The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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"Let tht people knmc the truth and the country u $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. F. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 1958
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Panamanian Raps CZers
For Shunning US Ballet
,
Canal Zoners are beinr criticized in Panama for their poor
support of the San Francisco Ballet company which rave three
performances or the weekend at the Rio Theatre in Pan Panama
ama Panama City. Jt
Only 49 tickets were sold in the Canal Zondfcaceordine to
figures released today by the sponsors of the barRe t.
Fortv-five tickets were sold in the Balboa YMC and just
four were sold at the Service Club at Fort Kobbe. Posters were
distributed all over the Canal Zone in Clubs and commissaries
and all major vantage points advertising; that tickets were

on sale at the YMCA.

Arturo Maduro, who sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored the ballet and who has acted
as impresario for many touring
nnmrtaniea IneliKllne the visit

of the New York Philharmonic
Orchestra recently1, said today
that very few Canal Zonians
had bought tickets from his
shop in Panama City. He said,
h. Vinrt nnt. seen manv Zonians

at the performances, though he

looked careiuny ior mem.
He added: "Panama is always
l'

WfltY blttM, CHUM? Mike Ness, Fort- C laytan'sx blond '-mascot, fails lft an attempt to
smllS foe the photographer following his team's loss to Fort Kobbe. A permanent fixture at
on; basketball games. -MifceUshe -'son of MSgt. and Mrs, -Robert w, Ness pf Fort

Copter Trying

M Spot Three
List In Jungle

Chou Claims 'Every Right'

To Take Ch

tOKYO. Sept. 9 '(UP))

hormosa

Two airmen from Albrook Air
Force Base and a soldier from
Fort Clayton were misfeirig at
rfBon today and presumed lost
in the jungle in the Empire
Range Area.

Early this morning, an H-19
helicopter from Albrobk's 5700
Operational Squadron was sent
to the range area to search for
A2c Gary D. Hartley, A2c Dan Daniel
iel Daniel E. Neary and Sp.5 David
Seller.
- vria tISkSA. a&j- it'.,
"3Fne two airmen are assign assigned
ed assigned to the Eighth Weather De Detachment
tachment Detachment at Clayton.
Ths sparhh narties were form

ed after' the men failed toT re report
port report for duty last night and this
morning. From all information
gathered, it is assumed that the
men were exploring he jungle
artii and became lost.
At nine this morning, the Al Albrook
brook Albrook helicopter fourtd Sellers'
EUtomoblle parked in the vicml vicml-w
w vicml-w f the TT-.10 and K-10 inter

section on the Empire Range, a-4

hoyt 15 miles.from AiDrpoK. ine
hellcoDter landed nearby, and

crmv members found the car

frnrh a small fire

v. i VJ
nearby indicated that the men

hod nrpnared a meal mere, n

was reported.
Morgan Smith and other
' ifikrsnnel from the Base Sur Survival
vival Survival School at Albrook con con-tinued
tinued con-tinued searching the jungle a a-rea
rea a-rea In jeeps this morning. The
Albrook helicopter also con

tinued its search.
None of the missing men
married.

Mrs. Verona D. McDonald, Mrs.
Louise A. Forbes. Mrs. Victoria

Hunter, Mrs. Karen A. wnite,
Mrs. Annie Clinton, Mrs. Edith
Walker. Mrs. Lillian Mason, Mrs.

Ivy Facey, Mrs. Estella Mighty,

Mrs. Mary bcou. Mrs. uulib mi
exis, Miss Mavis Catherwood,
Mrs. Edna Coward, Mrs. Iris
Griffiths.

is

CZ Civil Defense
To Graduate 32
Nursing Aides

The Volunteer Corps of the
Canal Zone Civil Defense office
nrlli omriiiat.p 32 nursinsT assis

tants tomorrow at 6:30 P.m., at
the Rainbow City School.

Mrs. Rosa Josephs was the

American Red Cross instructor.
Philip L, Dade, chief of Giv De

fense, will present ine quamying

certificates a n address m
Tliose graduating arer Mrs.
Mabel Anderson. Mrs. Clarice

'Topntih, Miss Beverly Drew, Mrs.
,Idalia Richards, Mrs. Amy King,
Mrs F.niri firaham Mrs. Dorix

Im Rpmnrri Mrs nifelin Laine.

Mrs. Myrtle Hartley, Miss Nor

ma Roberts, Mrs. inez nem-
mind-ham Miss 'Reatrice A. Hem-

Communist China's Premier SSES XfS'nc.

Chou En-lai declared art ew today that his nation had ,den, Mrs. Enid Lewiifwrjf. Jiis-
t V ltno Hsrrimnh Mrs TvV Brown.

every rfii lu iuks? ruimusa wncucvci aiiu uj wiioi-
ever means it chose.
Chou said: "The Chinese people have every 'right to
liberate their own territory by all suitable means at a
suitable time and will not tolerate any foreign interven intervention."
tion." intervention."
Communist artillery bombarded the, Quemoy islands
today in defiance of an American decision to maintain

its state of battle readiness in the Formosa Straits. Peip Peip-ing
ing Peip-ing said its land, sea and air forces h'adtakftn "lull com combat
bat combat preparations." i
At Newport, R. I., President Eisenhower left the next
move in the Formosa Strait crisis up to the Russian and
Chinese1 communists.
, The White House 1te yesterday called upon Russia
to restrain the Chinese Reds from invading the Nationalist-held
islarids off China's mainland.

The call was madejn a White House statement on a
Formosa Strait communication from Soviet Premier Niki Niki-ta
ta Niki-ta S. Khrushchev to President Eisenhower;
Eisenhower planned to work on a reply to Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev today before and after a morning round of golf.

president) Syngman Rhee clique
and its masters, the UA impe imperialists,
rialists, imperialists, should dare to launch
new provocation against the
democratic renublic of North

Korea, they, will come to an

even more disastrous ana igno ignominious
minious ignominious end."
The Soviet-built guns al almost
most almost surrounding the Quemoys
Masted Bir Quemoy, Tata and
Frhtan with J 236 rounds while
the Communist radio hurled
new accusations at the United
States and said tt would repel
any Nationalist or American
kttank on the mainland.

The bombardment was heavy

but nothing like the record 53

being criticized in the Canal
7.onp because tup are onlv a

small country and have limited

resources, but. what happens

when we have something good
here?
. 'Do the Americans from the
Canal Zone support it? No.
"Even though it is from their
own country and is aided by
President Eisenhower's fund."
About 2,150 people saw the
ballet, according, to Maduro. The
Rio Theater was about half full
with a 1000 people on the open opening
ing opening night on Saturday.
SundaV there were about 500

people and on Monday attend attendance
ance attendance rose slightly to about 650.

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

MUNICIPAL TREA SURER
Victor M. D'Anello today warn

ed that the neaanne ior
canceling automobile license
fees for the first semester of
the year Is Sept. 12.
D'Anello said the National

Guard will be given instruc instructions
tions instructions to detain all vehicles

whose owners have not paid
up thfir ftes.
The treasurer said up to to today
day today there was 1,900 private
cars and 600 commercial vehi vehicles
cles vehicles whose owners owe as
much as four months on their

license fees.

(lurrying Newsboy s

Cycle Rams Taxi;

He's Hospitalized

of Panama Ci

t.m of. the mad hurtli

...v,inv, toiro n are: everv

iux; ntafrahnvs a R S 11

through the streets, with their
bicycles piled with papers
fresh from the Dresses, heed-

f traffic nolicemen or

iran vi v r x j
pedestrians.

Sixieen-year-oia juow n n-nilla
nilla n-nilla of Central Avenire, Pan Panama
ama Panama Citv paid too little heed

to a narked taJci Fourth 01

jury Avenue;, i
His bicycle hit the back of
it at full s;,eed and hurled the
boy 20 feet tefore he: hit the

nnvement. m receiven- a. ace:
rutin this chin and' many other
contusions and bruises.
He was treated at Gorgas
Hospital and later-transferred
to Santo Tomas.

"Corn Week" was in inaugurated
augurated inaugurated yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon in Panama City by
the Institute For Economic
Development.
Booths, attended by the
Newspapermen's Wives Club,
have been set up all over the
city to sell delicacies prepar prepared
ed prepared from corn with all items
selling for five cents each.
The delicacies include ta ta-males,
males, ta-males, tortillas, hollos, to to-rrejas
rrejas to-rrejas and chichas. Proceeds
of the sale will go to a
Christmas fund for Panama
newsboys.

Foreign Ministry
Readying Request

To US Embassy

Panama has accepted an in-

vitaHnn issnpri hv the UJB.

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TUo Pnnnmn Fnroinrt Clll'ira rr n r i r meA trAnt ftlA M

MIV I UIIWIIIU I y Wll IV VWMIIIIHVW I WW W
formal request for the closing of the Panama Canal dairy
ki: j; j x 'a- iL. iic

ar mmai is Demg preparea ror presenranun to ine w.a
Embassy here.
TUd nMia ic tka Airort raculf nf n nAtifinn ku fh

I IllVf U HIV Ull V. V IVJUM VI M fVMIIVII WTJ T, ;..
KJnfinnil Pntfle Actnr infinn nt Pnnnmn tn tho Fnrpinn

Ministry. In the petition the association stated that its

members are in a position to supply all the milk and ice
cream the Canal Zone needs.
According to the petition, Panama dairies can sup sup-ply
ply sup-ply a better grade of milk than Zonians are now getting
and can guarantee that they can satisfy all the sanitary
precautions that might be demanded by Panama Canal
authorities.
It is understood that the U.S. armed tV-es Stationed
on the Canal Zone are presently buying all their milk
and ice cream from Panama dairies.

and 5fn Brown Swiss.

esent production is 36,000

-

Mindi Dairy was established

with hprn or arjout mm m-

Minister Mtfuel J.'

Moreria is scheduled to leave

for the Uhited States Sunday
to Wad the Panama delega delegation
tion delegation 'to the eighth general as

sembly of tns united wauons.

it was
; 2000 CMombi

But rjTPBpects were that he
wouldn't finish a renly for at
leat several days becausp of the
length of Khrushchev's 10-page
com murr1 cation.
The Russian leaflpr warne'd
that an attack on Red China
would he considered an attack
' on Russia. t
He also called for withdrawal
of the US. Seventh Fleet from

the Formosa Strait and other

U.S. forces from Formosa in the

interest, of "a stattle peace.

The White House statement

HMn't. mention either. Put ad

ministration sources made clear

that such Russian .warnings and

demands wouldn't intlmiriate

The
Judge's Bench

nnnairf John Terrv. 17. Amer

ipon ormpnrpri before Judae

inhn npmlncr at Balboa

Magistrates Court today charg-
nrttV, ,-ivillrr rflr With Wil-

ful disregard for the safety of
others. He was found guilty
but Imposition of sentence was
suspended and he was placed
on probation for six months.
Rafael Fernando Bodilla, 44,
Panamanian was fined $5 for
parking his taxi on Terminal
Street In a place other than
In a taxi stand.

trm United States Into curtailing

lte surjport of the Chinese Na

tion alists.

Instead, the White House
statement said "the president
earnestly hopes" that the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Reds "will not again, as
in the case of Korea, use arm armed
ed armed force to achieve territorial
gmhttinns'

I'The United States would
upiromp the Poviet eovem-

ment's concerning itself With

this aspect of the matter," the

statement said.
Chou, as quoted by the Com
mnnki Hutu r.hinn News Acen

cy, also broadened his warning

. ,

CHILLY DUTY With the mercury skidding to as low as 50
degrees in the morning in Cleveland, Ohio, recently, a life lifeguard's
guard's lifeguard's job was real c-cooi man. But Sally Henn, of suburban
Euclid, took it all in the line Of duty and donned an appro appropriate
priate appropriate costume for her stint at Euclid Memorial Pool. Sally,
20, is a coed at Miami (Ohio) University.

tfnrpa

He warned that if "the (ROK

nnn shells noured on the Que

moys within a nine-hour period

yesterday.

That hnmhnrrimenf, eontimipn

sporadically through the night

and into tne morning hours, it
resumed after a brief lull.

The ITS. Navv was sticking to tjih. wpfp nnened for the re

its guns in spite of Chinese I pairing of mooring bitt bolts at

Communist and Russian threats Cristobal doci.s ana piers, tne r-

but tnere were no new report roc una ui two uuhuiukb
today of American naval vessels'second-auarter nainting of build build-convoying
convoying build-convoying -Nationalist supply ings and structures In the Canal

Heights by Lt. Col. Rupert D.
Brown, Jr., Panama Canal en engineering
gineering engineering and construction di

rector.
Panama Sheet Metal with a
bid of $9,412 and Blldon, Inc.,
with a bid of $5,820 were the on

ly bidders on tne mooring Ditt

C. A High submitted a low bid

District Attorney
Frees 4 Held By RP

In Miro Murder Try

Dist. Atty. C?rlos A. Lopez

yesterday ordered the release

of four men Deing neia w w-

nection with tne awempweu
murder of former defendant

Ruben O. Miro.

Lopez ordered the release ui
William Puig, Carlos Rowe, Do Domingo
mingo Domingo Villarreal and Alberto
Cuellar after declaring tnat
there was nothing to justify
their continued detention.
The Dlr.trict Attorney siad

charges made by Enrique Cue

llar against his Drotner, uoer uoer-to,
to, uoer-to, and the others were based
"on suppositions, deductions
or mere conjecture."
Lone?, also discounted charges

hv Mfrn aeainst them as not

based o npersonal knowledge
but on hearsay.

Miro, who was acquitted last
December on oharges of as assassinating
sassinating assassinating President Jose A.
Remon in 1955, was shot at
and injured one night last
month while leaving his bro

ther's home in Bella Vista.
The would-be assassins drove

up beside Mirers automobile

just as the latter was entering
the car. He saved himself from
serious injury by throwing

himself sideways and flat

tening out on the floor of the
car.
The District Attorney said
investigation revealed that
Cuellar, Puig, Rowe and Villa Villarreal
rreal Villarreal were far away from the
scene of the attempting kill killing
ing killing when it took Dlace.

Reeardlne a narrafin test

made on the four men, Lopez

aid it was too laconic and did
not establish whether the
men's hands showed traces of

gunpowder or merely nitrates

t ihAiit soflo Colombia

imported irui uuin I J

Mindi was preceded by a dai dairy
ry dairy herd maintained by Ancon
(now Gorgas) Hospital and lat later
er later by a dairy farm at Corozal.
The Ancon Hospital dairy herd
pre-dated the Canal construc construction
tion construction period.

a i

UCIIIIJIJ JIUUI

litadi dairy Is a regular op operating
erating operating unit of the Supply and
Community Service Bureau
and at present has a herd of
1300 cows, of which 450 are
now milking. The herd J
composed as follows: Holstet Holstet-Frleslan,
Frleslan, Holstet-Frleslan, 80; 15 Guernsey

Tongues Still Link

Actress Liz Taylor

With Debbie's Eddie

wm.T.vwooD. Sept. 9 (UPI)

,.(,. ..t. vi7.ahfth Tavlor re

turns to filmland today from
nw York where her frequent

nrith "kinder Eddie

Flrher oroduced speculation of

a budding romance.

rpH in mint

if something wasn't developing
between the lovely, dark-haired
widow of Mike Todd and
the late showman's best friend,

Fisher husband of Debb ie

Reynolds.

Hollywood speculated about
the repeated reports of the
evening outings of the celebri celebrities
ties celebrities but there was little to go
on. Debbie wasn't answering
her phone.
Earlier, though, she scoffed
at the reports of a romance
between Miss Taylor and Fish Fisher,
er, Fisher, terming the reports 'ridi 'ridiculous".
culous". 'ridiculous". She said she, Eddre
and the actress were "very
good friends."
And she asked, 'Vhat's
wrong with a friend taking a
friend out In the evening?"
"Eddie and I are happier
than we ever been," she said.
"The whole thing amuses me"

Nose Of British

'Black Knight'

CANBERRA. Australia (UPI)-

Scientists yesterday stud tn

shattered nose cone ot tne experi experimental
mental experimental Br i 1 1 s h Black Knight
rocket, which was found in al.

most the precise spot where it
had' been calculated to land after
a 400-mile-hieh flight.

The rocket soared to the "smtt-

nik ei"ht" on the Wona.

range Sunday; Australian Minis Minister
ter Minister of Supply Athol Townley said
it reached "more than 400 miles"

and that British scientists were
delighted with their first major
experiment in space rocketry.
It was not disclosed whether
the nose cone shattered vith im-
nart An thn earth rar hrilra anarf

I -M f &-1
during the p''ire back int the

aimospnere. it rose vertically for
several thousand feet and then

went into a ci"-ver' 1iht nsh

and crashed in the target area
hhndreds of miles from the
launching pad.
(In JSngiand, George Gardner,
directoVW the Royal Aircraft Es Establishment
tablishment Establishment at Farnboroueh. told

reoor'ers: "We are in business.
We have the ironmongery nd
we have the know-how. I think
we can say that we have caught
up very fast."
(He said that two Black
Knights, or a Black Knight, plus
a Skylark rocket which reached
a 103-mile height a' Woomera in
June conceivably could launch
a British satellite.)
British scientists said the Blaek
Knieht was designed as a re
search rocket to solve the rt
enliry problem for bigger missiles.
MISHAP ON TV SHOW

NEW YORK (UPI) A clowa
skater fell into, the audience last
night during the E'1 Sulhvsa
television program. The skater,
Fred Trinkler. 41. of Milton

Mass., suffered a wreached right
shoulder, and a spectator, Mrs,
Emma Ratgeber, of Jersey City,
N.J., was given first aid treat treatment
ment treatment for an arm injury.

Bids For Various done Repair Jobs Opened At Balboa Heights
I . .... I ... PAA l- ,,.(.. ...1,1. T-.. ktUI ,1 it,

vessels throueh the Communist

blockade of the offshore lelahds.
A Nationalist Chines air
force plane did get through the
hinrkade this morning and

V met Bairriav nicrht. fleoinstl lanrieH on an emeroencv strip

VI iwu mbvimuiv - r, - 1
U.S. "provocation In the tense on the Quemoy beach during

Formosa Straits area to include, the bombardment witn tnree

American ani two oninese cor correspondents
respondents correspondents on board,

nf ti ano fnr the rrnlacine of

W Tvv w-- - m J

roofing of building no. at
Li Boca and. rerooflng flat seam
metal roofing at rear of Building

Ho. 5553 at Diablo Heights.
In addition to a large number

of houses on ootn siaes oi tne
E'hmus, the second quarter
oalnting includes among other
structures the exteriors of the

Service Centers at Balboa and
Paraiso and the interiors of the
Service Centers at Diablo
Heights and Gamboa; the Red
Cross building at Ancon, former formerly
ly formerly the PAA Terminal; and the
Fire Station at Rodman.

Poeifle rinntraetnra ent.ererl an

apparent low bid of 6,355 for
tne painting of 34 houses in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Diablo Heights and

Building No. 5191 in Diablo

Heights. Oiner bids ranging

from $7,800 to $14,878 were of

fered oy Antnony jjeggiere, iro-

jhal Paint Co., Bolivar Raclnes,
nrinstrlas Unirlas Brnuwer and

Co.. and Guardla and Co.

Tmnir.il Paint entered an ftn-

parent low bid of $4,560 for the

painting or tne service centers
and several other structures. Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Contractors bid $4,988 and

Anthohv Legglere $8,89$ in this

Pr0.Jet-. :.3Jsst

For tne painting oi oi nousea
at Paraiso, Pacific Oantactors
nterAH a lnvv hiH nf M.198 With

six other contractors jmbrolttlng
bids ranging from $6,825 t $11,-

erA

Ttonlcal Paint suomnwa low

bid of $12,870 for the Wilting

of 14 frame houses in oampoa
with Guardla and Co. offtrliw a
low bid of $44,511 for the 73
houses in Coco Solo.
Bidding was close for fat.
Daintlna of 35 houses In Gat in

with nrniiwrr hidrllnir $4 41ft and

Pacific Contractors offering $4,-

Vnr the nalntlnir of a nnmher

of buildings on the Atlantic side,

including tne i-i isi.oopi ana ua ua-tun
tun ua-tun telephone exchanges, Tropi Tropical
cal Tropical Paint entered a low bid of

$4,015. Ill

For other work, including tha
painting of the pi ,u n
Mount Hope. Pacific Contractors
entered a bid of $4,671 with Tro Tropical
pical Tropical Paint the only other bid
rler with an nffer nf M-ftlft.

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Tatt hwiaiav a.iumei reapon.ibiliry tat ettemnti ot opinion)
expressed in letter! trm reader.
THE MAIL BOX

Sir:

SUNDAY NIFHT T.V. PROGRAMS
r,t it, tn i-nnw ihv all the good CFN programs are on Sun

day night. 1 should think some of them comd be put on earlier,
or scheduled through the week. Sunday night lots of people go
to church (and everyone should) and so miss such ihowi M
Meet the Press, I've Got a Secret and Dennis Day. If these were
ghown during the week, churchgoers would not miss them.
XV Viewer

Labor News
And
Comments

Breakfast in Bed

LIFE'S BETTER AT GULICK

Sir:

Bov oh boy, what a laugh to hear that "Coco Solo Orphan
(Mail Box Sept. 5) has troubles on tW Naval base. The situation
he worries about makes a career aaUor laugh. No washing ma machines,
chines, machines, no movies, no gas stove. What a joke.
If he realized that his wife didn't come In his sea bag he
could cone over nnd stay with us Navy men at Ft. Gulick for a
while. Good chow, good movies, and no washing machines to
worry about, then his troubles would be over.
Happy Bosun's Mate

i

BETTER LUCK, LUCHO

Sir:

t hoDe Lucho Azcarraga has better luck with the ..merican

Legion than the Junior Baseball League did. I read Sunday that
the Legion has promised to repAce Lucho's Hammond organ,
wrecked when "he was on the way to play for a Legion occasion.
The winning Junior Baseball League team was promised a
banquet, trophies and a trip to the U.S. to compete In the Amer American
ican American Legion tournament. Money was tollected at the games,
booster tickets were sold, a dance was held. No banquet, no tro trophies,
phies, trophies, no trip. What happened to the money?
I hope this doesn't happen to Lucho, as I enjoy his music.
Wondering

CABINET CHANGER

Sir:

I -m sack to work with the Panama Canal Company. With
mv 1 pay check I have Joined Local 900. Now I am legal
and i. lernal ally of "100 Per cent unfcnlit.'' I am now prepar prepared
ed prepared to defend my union against Malcom, Ginger Know All and
thC MvUFLrstnS suggestion to President de la Guardia is the
following: Change his cabinet ministers and replace them with
Philip N. Malcom as Minister of Government and Justice di director
rector director of Physical Education and Contraband Inspector; Ginger
Know All to the Ministry, of Treasury and Minister of Labor
Social welfare and Public Health; George W. Westerman to the
I Foreign Ministry, the United Nations and Attorney General,
i and as a sideline, personal adviser to the President.
- These changes wffl satisfy Malcolm, Ginger Now All and
Westerman. Then these people and the politicians will leave our
unbans alone in the Canal Zone, .

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Please don't start-theievis dl agan. No matter what you
"Jay about us we are still going to wear them. I have been wear wearing
ing wearing mtiu iox lour yeaia, anu intend to wear them for quite
a while longer.
Most of the kids I run around with don't have any trouble
getting dates. If the ruvs like the Panamanian girls better,
they can just go get 'em. They'll only stay with them for one
date or so and then they'll come back to the levi dolls who
think it's terrible to show off their figures as some of the Span Spanish
ish Spanish girls .do.
I would sure like to see a Spanish girl pack into one of our
soupo-up cars or ride a motorbike in their oh-so-feminine

dresses.

Levi Dolls.

BORDER INCIDENT

Sir:

Street traffic lights,

with three National

At. ,2:30 D.m. last Sunday, near the J

o -Danamn Katlnnal finni'd souad Car

m .-. .. , -... J

Guardsmen In it was In canal zone territory wnen me uutuua uutuua-men
men uutuua-men tried to grab someone who appeared to be a Panamanian
citizen and shove him Into the squad car, against his will.
A C54 Police patrolman came up. a CZ Police squad car
stopped nearby, and during the incident a CZ motorcycle cop
came up. $ .,
As the RP cops were trying to shove their man into the
car one of the CZ cops told him: "Don't get into that car.'
Then an RP cop sTioyd the man to the door of the prowl
car, the RP cops in the car pulled him In, and the prowl car
sped off before the CZ cops could stop it. They made no further
attempt to prevent its escape.
Questions:
1 Who was the prisoner? What party or organization did
he belong to, and of what crime was he accused? Is his arrest
known to the public of Panama? Has he been properly charged
at a public court or police station?
2. Who were the Panamanian police officers? Who were the
CZ police officers?
3 Was this international incident reported to the President
of Panama or to the Panamanian foreign ministry? If not. why
not?
4 Was the Incident reported to the Balboa police, and if
so was the report transmitted to the Governor of the Canal
Zone ajid to the US Embassy In Panama?
5. If the Incident has not been so renorted. and if the pris prisoner
oner prisoner has not been propwlv charged, Is tne incident being cov covered
ered covered uo to avoid the friction whlh suh hten-risnded methods
could generate if. for Instance, Rep. Daniel J. Flood came to
hear of 't.
. What is being done about the Incident, and what is ro ro-ing
ing ro-ing to be don to e it is not, repeated, rith possible violence
If tb CZ no)lr offiws d their rfutv.
To tho'e f'ho mw 1t. thh Incict hori manv of the haH haH-msrlcs
msrlcs haH-msrlcs of tho.' rw stores ahout ": t nrK""rr pmh-

hlric r ift PpHti nd T-hlkinw thm nft Jnto r.

mn"'pf tewitory. Fome tourists who were watchlrto; drew this

Interested.

parallel.

PANAMA AMERICAN
WANT AM

KDA J0l MtAmt An.L.

By VICTOR R.'ESEL
An a i mint aim aft motor which

can stay aloii rorever just so

iuug as you change trie crews ou
account oi olu age or mental 1;

ugue uas been ucriectea un4-?r

the skilliul direction ot tne man

afcer oi me Atomic Products Di
vision ol the Aircratt Auciear
Propulsion Department of General
Electric Co.

At the same time, GE is begin

ning to perfect a training system

which it hopes wil 1 make that

manager and hundreds of execu

lives like him as skillful in local,
stat. and national politics as

they are in developing atomic

motors or glistening electric co(

fee pots.

GE, believing it has the samj
right to train its people with ex exportation
portation exportation funds on corporation
time as Walter Reuther has lo
swing into union political activity,

wouia have had a sizeable polir

caj contingent operating in some

31 states by this time.
But its political arm GE's Gov Government
ernment Government Relations Service, launcn
ed under Hoyt Steele last April,
spent its time and energy on two
fights. It swung into the battle My
industry to defeat the Kennedy Kennedy-Ives
Ives Kennedy-Ives labor bill. GE's people ob
jected to thP law on the grounds
that it was ineffective.
The Government Relations Serv Service
ice Service also helped to train its execu
tives and other businessmen in
California, Ohio and Washington
for the push to pass the "right
to-work" bills. These proposals on
the ballot in these states and sev
eral others, would make it ilk-gal
to compel a worker to ioin a 'i 'i-nion
nion 'i-nion to k"PD his iob. And it vould
also be illegal for the emplover
to take union due' out of a work
er's pay in behalf of a labor u
nit.
There arn other corporations tjet
tin? into the nolHicnt conflicts
such as V S. Steel, GencrM Dvna
mies (m-krrs of the atomic
subs). .Tnhpson and .Tonnnn ani
some ato and unto parts enmni
nies. S of hes have "Offic "Offices
es "Offices of Civic Affairs" or "sound
Government Boards" M rrpjin
what the rnin,anis ol'tirnl
climates favorable to business
gfowfh.
Now that GE's Government Re
lalions Service has swung back
into the big time political cam
paigns, labor and industrialists
throughout the country are watch
ing the pioneer in this game of
neutralizing labor's political
leagues.
GE's technique, a described to

me the other day, will be to train

its departmental general man?g
ers first Then these managers if

interested, can train divisional and

subsection chiefs.

The first such training really

was launched in Philadelphia in
July. There,, two of the Govern
ment Relations Service meri spent
two days discussing non partisan
national political systems, ho

laws are made, what the Pennsyl
vania election laws are, how can candidates
didates candidates are chosen and how pri primaries
maries primaries and political organizations
work right down to the county
and precinct levels. This class
consisted of from 20 to 30 exe
tives from six nroducts depart departments
ments departments of one GE Division in Phi!
adelphia.
This system is expected to
spread to the more than 125 plants
in 31 states where GE operates
and has contracts with 100 unions.
Hoyt Steele, the Service's direc
tor, was clear and firm in his
statement that this service will
not impinge on its people any po
litical belief because, "We 'Jo
not believe that there is one good
political party and on bad .ne:

or that anyone is totally right

or completely wrong on issues.
We simply want ur people to
know what politics is al' about '!
There is no doubt that this sum summer
mer summer marks the beginning of in
dustry's counter offensive to la
bor's skilled political action: Cor
porations have been advised by
their legal counsel and nation:.!

business associations that they
can pay salaries o any employes
who spend company time on reg

ular political activities and ht

they can publish nolitical opinions
as the views of the corporation it
self at corporaton exoense.

Companies can also buy radv

and TV time and newspano'

space or use any other means 1

l

Courthouse Lee
By BOB RUARK

Lt. Gen. Joh, C H (Court
house) Lee departed for Valhalla

express the political views of

management, publicly or private

ly. They can urge people to reg

ister and vote, just as labor orga

nizations do.

We'll get some high voltag"
camaoigns out of GE's' newest
product.

the other day, and it made nie my (MTOUSA) and the general

WASHINGTON Whn F.isen

bower takes a trip, his aide, vl

Robert L. Schulr, always tacks

a couple of "Westerns" in his

brief case for the Pressors

rpading. Some members of the

administration have 'been wishiug
that Ore could also be

to read American history.

u so, nis reaction to the supreme
court and to American noticv n.

garding Quemoy and Matsu might
be more forthright.

He would have found that hi.

preaecessors seldom hesitated to
express their views on the Su
prema Court. In fact, Bee's o't-

repeated idea tht the President

snouia nor comment on court
is completely foreign to Amen'
can philosophy.

Here is now other PresMont

spoke out:

Thomn Jaffarsan said the

court's decision that it could o o-verrule
verrule o-verrule Congress was "a danow.

ous doctrine, on. which

puce us under the despotism of

n. ougarcny. aj

"If this opinion be sound h

said, referring to the fa men m

bury vs. Madison opinion of Chief

justice Marshall, "then indeed is
our Constitution a complete felo
de se. .The Constitution on this

hypothesis is a mere thing of wav

in the hands of the iuriiciarv

which the mdees miv twist jnrt

snape into .ny form theyplease."
Andrtw Jackson, commenting on
the court's decision in, Worcester
vs. State of Georgia, overruling
the Georgia Supreme Court, said said-John
John said-John Marshal! has handed do-n
his decision, now let htm enforce

Abraham Lincoln said that the

COUrt. in its. Dreri Srntt HrlLnn

had got the democratic doctrine
down "as thin as hnmennathir.

soup made bv boilin? th h.

of a pigeon that had been starv starved
ed starved to death."

Franklin D. Roosevelt said that

feel sort of sad It recalled const

derable of my lost youth, and the
busiest time I ever had in the
newspaper business.
Maybe you don't recall the sto story,
ry, story, but it was pretty hot, righ.
after the war, and I happened to
be the one who broke it. For
some weeks I fought a person 1

battle with the United States Ar-

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(One half block to the left of the
National Brewery's main Gate)

and I went round and round. Odd

ty euougn, I never met him, al
though I was the one who busted
him out o; his command.
Courthouse was not a bad man.
He was, in fact, deeply religious,
and a scrupulous officer Spit-aud-polish
were his watchwords, even
at the expense of practicality. He
exemplified the oldfashioned ca career
reer career military man who regarded
brass as almost holy orders.
He used to taste, personally, the
garbage, to see how much food

was wasieu, out at tne sutm sutm-time
time sutm-time his men were eating hot
pork in Italy in a 90 plus temper temperature.
ature. temperature.
He shamelessly bribed some
members of the press with per perquisites,
quisites, perquisites, which included every
thing from lavish 'supplies, of
scarce luxuries sugar, cocoa
coffee, and the like which were
delivered in quantities of hundreds
of pounds, and i'orthwith found
their way to the black market.
Under his sway at one time the
United States was paying for a
civilian newspaper which was o o-perating
perating o-perating with government press presses,
es, presses, using government jeeps mid
gas, and the United States Ait
Force was delivering it free from
Rome to other sections of Eu

rooe.
He fan a lush-plush free train
for non-essential VIPs and his
officers and their wives.
Master sergeants with up to 18
years in grade were used as ba

by -sitters, a,nd stood needless 3sn

try-go in the backyards of offt
ders' houses
I forget the exact number of
full colonels on his staff, some

thing over 60, but L remembe-

tnat there were only two or three
second lieutenants,
In at least one instance at a
party, a captain was made to act
as hat-checker,

i Abuse of transport Was ram
pant, and it was a poor office."
i indeed who could not boast nt
least three requisitioned ap,irt''
ments at Viareggio and Leghorn.
They also ran a rough Discipli Disciplinary
nary Disciplinary Training Camo, natterend
'after Lee's earlier experience as
iton boss of the Litchfiled DTC uf
lunfragant memory.
We had quitn a time. I had mv

own undergrqund, which consisted

oi nis own top personnel trans
port, the Provost Marshall' crew
the medical officers, the quarter
ms'TS, and every enlisted man
in the area I was followed ev

.daiiyWasHINGTON

merry-go- Round

erywhere. I got put in tail bv

the Italians. Evidence got de destroyed,
stroyed, destroyed, as the entire Roman
press corps was assigned by the
Army to cover me, and the boys

were cleaning up in advance of

me inspections
.They sent a classmate of Le

one Gen. Ira Wyche, over to peer
into the charges. This was not re-

garded seriously at the time.

since Wyche was as deaf a

post Lee, who had been flaunt

ing himself in a fleet of Hmou
sines, humbly met the general in

jeep.

It was kind of funny, that trans

port stuff. I had all the rerttrrtu

of mileage recorded by the fleet?

oi start cars reeords trmugfttully
and illegally, given, me by the

neao o. tne motor pool. -.

It was funny, after the egg hit
and met at the other end in f.eo.

horn by the same car in which
they no longer wre allowed to

mane ine needless trip.

it was a very noisy storv that

occupied the front pages for

weeks. As I recall; I wrote a mat

ter of .Some 16 columns.

President Eisenhower ws chif

of staf at the time, and Lee got
relieved of command and speedi
ly retired, although Wyche'i ver verdict
dict verdict absolved him of most of the

documented charges

The various abuses of manv of

his upper officers did not enter

into the testimony, especially the
Black-marketing. There was, omc

amassed a tiny fortune peddlm?

our penicillin and other other
drugs, and who was caught
the CID with the evidence. The
charge papers and the evidenca

drs-appeared.

And his chief of public rela

tions wound up as PRO for Luc

ky Luciano.

Aftc about a month I ouit hat

tling. the Army and came home.

ine Doys ugnt inside the ranks.

but when an outsider throw

rocks they put the'r horns togeth

er in a circle wi,lk a ttai?f"l eve
to the intruder But it certainly
was a busy bit on Bent-Arm Bou

levard .,,. ..... JL

the court's NBA decision-had tak taken
en taken the country back o the 'hoi he
and buggy days."
Harry Truman, after the court
reversed his seizure of the stil
mills, said that some of the m
tices were "helping Joe Stalte
In its earlier decisions the ao
preme Court had been a bulwark
against progress.
SYMBOL Of THE PAST
In the Dred Scott decision

which heloed nrecinitate the rivii

War, Chief Justice Taney rule I:

The Negro race is regarded as
so far inferior that 'Itmi n
rights. .The Negro might Jaw Jaw-fully
fully Jaw-fully and justly be reduced to
slavery for the white man's ben ben-efit.
efit. ben-efit. And by 72 decision the
court ruled that the Concres

without power to abolish slavery
m the Federal territories.

Though not publicized like his
horse and buggy" crack Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt s most effective rebuke to
the court was in a speech befora
the Gridiron Club, with six Su Su-prem,
prem, Su-prem, Court justices present, re reminding
minding reminding them how the inheritance
tax, the income tax, the child la labor
bor labor law, conservation, public- pow power
er power all naif been thwvn out by
the Supreme Court; had 4o ha
reinstated by .changing the court
fr he Constitution.
.Today the court has reversed
its conservatism. Instead of bei ig
ahead of the Congress. Last we?k,
the President made it appear that
c,?rt wag slso ,nead of him.
If Eisenhower had studied his history
tory history and believed that an in..

pdlent of American greatness

Idrthrightness. he might have

made his views on the-court more
clear. As it is, here is what he
said regarding the most important
domestic issue facing -the nation:
No, that story is -not correct
he said, referring to a Newsweek
report that he hoped school inte integration
gration integration would proceed more slow-
Jy.
"The story is this:
"I have said here I think that
I would not ever give an oninmn
about my convictions about the
Supreme Court decisions because
such a statement would have to
indicate either approval or disap disapproval,
proval, disapproval, and I was never going to
do it about any of their, decisions.
"Now with respect to the othr
one. it might have bejarlhat I
said something about ."slower
but I do believe that we should

TecauSe I do say, as I did yesNr-

aay or last week, we have got to
haVi rea son and smse and educa education,
tion, education, and lot of other develop developments
ments developments that go hand in hand as
this processj-if this process is go

ing to hay allftiH acceptance

in the United States."
This was a long way from Jef Jefferson's
ferson's Jefferson's "mere thing of wax," or
Roosevelt's "horse and bugfy" or
Truman's "helping Joe Stalin
statements.
But Ike made it even more

vague by his next answer. Asked

wnetner he would instruct ;he

Justice Department to ask for a

delay in tlu Little Rock case he

applied:

"No, I don't flunk that I would

instruct them to argue one way

or the other.
"I think the fact is that as law lawyers,
yers, lawyers, as an officer of the court

they have to voice their Kohest

convictions.
"What I say is this: If there

becomes manifest, and this Is just
a generality in government oro

cedure and organization, if there

becomes and develops great dif
ferences between the President
and any branch of government,
why there is only the President

has only one recourse, and that

is very obvious."
Ike was probably referring to

bis differences with Attorney,geii-

eral Rogers, who -wanted to tke
a stron" t"' ,h"

preme court for speedy integra

tion. His solicitor general din ..

He was not fired, however.

Next dav. Jim Hagerty announc

ed tht the President and the Jus

tice Department saw eye to eye

on school segregation. s

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Nuclear Bombers
Crash Near Spokane
With 8 Casualties
SPOKANE. Wsh., Sept. 9
(UPI) Air Force officials said
tnrtav at lent ieht of 16 air

H Ha

". THE WATER IS FINE"-Flood waters east of Great Bend, Kans.. provided this bill-

board boy with a. large swimminf hole. West Walnut Creek, which empties into the Arkansas

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IMDg-PHyTOCBAPHY This tiny ; catnera, only three three-quartered
quartered three-quartered an inch, long, was desjgned to take pictures inside
thejiuniftn, stomach. ftwirf; Invented fcy wrrnan GosSelin at
the Cnarlef BrtftcH' Medical. Center in Cambridge, Mass. The
standard-sized darning needle locates the lens opening. In a
special cjiosuje, it can be swallowed, by the patient without
digcomtort. Tfte -earnera can take up, to eight pictures, black black-,ihdTwlwU
,ihdTwlwU black-,ihdTwlwU or opjpr,, from light supplied by a built-in bulb.
, I ;,h ) i il i, . r. -

Sststo Musi
WAEHiWpiUPI i0"'
Defense Cljie'f iM. Koe sys
Americans U$ Iw their own
H bomb shelters' -.not waft or
Uncle 'Sa'm to do it.

HeaM "the. people nu ,ret'
ognii.tfle. have .a responsibility
AtTte'SJtRje te S41"
goverinLlM p responsibility
of prWiiji! panning and ditec ditec-tion.
tion. ditec-tion. ; .: P. :?,! "4 ,
The director of the newly-reer
ganiaiea Office of Btefenee tfnd
Civilian l&ljzaliob said modern
Americans"' shoajld look ojr. build building
ing building rtksir' .owilf shelters s tte
American .pioneers' looked; ;
bunding defenses against the In Indians
dians Indians i, v' '! '"
Htfttgh saW, Sunday night in a
TV inerview that the administra administration
tion administration has not advocated a federal
shelter construction program 1 be because
cause because it believes in sllf help.
Hi tOok exception to a recent
study report by Ae Hand Corp.
that an a out puctear wt
wouM kin" 90 percent of the US.
popution;
He said there is a very good
civil defense warning system at
present .tha can notify 27 criti critical
cal critical points in case of attack.
Hoegh urged citizens 'o know
thu" five ftintrs: Their urarnins

system, Community plans, first
aid arid home preparedness, hbw
to take care of themselves in case
of attack, and, the 640 and 1240
Conelrad frequencies on their
radio "dials.
Hoegh pointed out that in an
H-bomb attack' any shelter is bet better
ter better thanl none-. He said beinj itr itr-side
side itr-side a. home would, reduce the
dosage of radioactivity by ore.
half. He. said, basements would
provide even m protection.

Tuna Boat Chugs
From Storms. Path
Off South America

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) -The

criopled tuna clipper Courageous

today chugged out of the path of

a stow moving Pacific hurricane
packing winds' up to 130 miles an
hour, about 850 miles south ot
here. tr
' t a

For a time Sunday, it appeared

the ship and its 3-man crew

might go down before the winds
churning the sea more than 400

miles southwest from j. pit.

Bolivia, but the craft sailed out
of the worst part of te storm.

The skipper, Manuel Lux, ra

dioed that his vessel has "taken

a beating Srpm ihe mountainous
seas and high winds.
"A lot of the boat's superstruc superstructure
ture superstructure has caved in and washed
off," the Coast Guard said. "It

has been taking on water."

? The hurricane was reported mov moving
ing moving away from land at the present

time. A weather bureau spokes

man said the airea quite often has
tropical storms at this time o

year but very few of them gam

enough fprce to be called hurricanes.

Grand Jury Hears

Evidence In Theft
Of Goldfine Data
. WASHINGTON (UPI)-A feder federal
al federal grand jury today explored the
mystery of millionaire Bernard
Goldfine's stolen "Paperman pa papers."
pers." papers." Mildred Paoerman blonde

bookkeeper for the gift g v i n g

friend of Presidential Assistant
Sherman Adams and other politi political
cal political figures was scheduled to
be in the witness chair.
Miss Paperman previously was
a starring member of the Gold Gold-fine
fine Gold-fine entourage during the House's
recent Adams-Goldfine hearings.
The grand jury specifically
it looking into housebreaking
charges against William (Colonel)
Walters, a 33-year-old hotel cash cashier.
ier. cashier. Police accused him of lifting the
"Paperman, papers" records of
Goldfine. dealings from Miss
Paperman's hotel room in eairly
July. The House influence-investigating
subcommittee's inquiry into
the alleged influence-for favors tie tie-VP
VP tie-VP between Goldfine and Adams
Was then at its height.

Steel Industry
Schedules High
Production Output
NEW YORK (UPI) -The steel
industry scheduled output this
week at the highest level of the
year.
The American Iron and Steel In Institute
stitute Institute estimated production ai
1,764,000 tons or 65.4 per cent of
industry capacity.
The estimate, based on chedtlles
of producing companies, compares

with actual production last week
ill which the Labor Day holiday-

figures of 1,666,000 tons or 1.7
per cent of capacity.
: Last week's actual figure as
41,000 tons below the estimate for
the period.
If this week's schedules are met

production would be at the highest
level since the 1,742,000 tons pro produced
duced produced in the week of Dec. 18,
1957.
Industry experts pin the reason

for the upturn or improved buying
mainly from the construction in industry
dustry industry and new facilities put Into
production to meet the demand.
This week's schedule would be
109.8 Der cent of outmjt on the
1947-49 period, against 103.7 per
cent last week.

men were killed when two B-52

nuclear bombers collided m air
near Fairchlld Air Force Base
last night.
Three other crewmen were
unaccounted for and believed
killed In the fiery crash of the
two eight-jet planes in a field
three miles from the base.
Four men parachuted from
the plane but one of them,
Capt. David Blrdsell, was se seriously
riously seriously injured.
Air Force authorities were
preparing a complete casualty
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BISHOP GOODEN'8 SONS RETURN
TO COLLEGES IN CALIFORNIA
' The sons of Bishop and Mrs. Reginald H. Gooden, of the
Episcopal Missionary District of Panama, Canal Zone and Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia hare returned to their respective colleges in the Mates
for the fall term. The eldest. Reginald Gooden Jr., has enter entered
ed entered his junior year at the University of California at Los Angeles.
Hiram Richard Gooden has started his senior year at the Har Har-Tard
Tard Har-Tard Military Academy at North Hollywood, Calif.

Buffet Supper Compliments
Public Heil:ti Officials
A bu'ic supper, served on ter ter-jace
jace ter-jace of the Hotel International
last evening, complimented Miss
gilen Russell. Mr. Rodngo Mo Moreno
reno Moreno and M Miguel Kourany. of
the Panamanian association of
Public Health.
Return From Conference
Held In Begot, Colombia
The Ambassador of France in
Panama Lionel Vasse and Mrs.
Vasse have re.urned )'rom Colom Colombia.
bia. Colombia. The ambassador attended a
conference of the heads of the
French Missions accredited to Panama

St. Mary's Society Has
Reception For New Pastor
The first meeting of the season
of the S Mary's Altar Rosary
Society was held Monday evening
in the Parish Hall following the

Miraculous Medal noven. Mrs.
Genevieve Long, outgoing presi president,
dent, president, handed the gavel to Mrs.
Mary Joyce new president. Oth Other
er Other officers installed were Mrs.
Mary Enlaw. vice president; Mrs,
Dorothy Rose, secretary; and

!Mrs. Audrey Bowman, ueasu'-er.
I Plans were made for October

I devotions' honoring the blessed j

Virgin Mary. The society will
sponsor a corporate communion
for all women of the parish the
firs'. Sundav of October. A com-1

nunion breakfast will follow the
7 a.m. mass at St. M a r y's
Church.

I Be socieiy also is planning ioi
j a reception for new members

next montn. All women wno are
interested in participating in the
societv are invi'ed to call Mrs.
Mary' Joyce, Balboa 3069, or
leave their names at ihe church
rectory.
After the business meeting, a

reception was held for the new
church pastas. Rev. James M.
Murphy, who also serves as spir spiritual
itual spiritual director for their society.
Hostesses were lrs. joyce, mx.
Rose, Mrs. Mary Hammond, Mrs.
Graham, Mrs. Ada Flumach, Mrs.
Maxine Fuzgerald, Mrs. Josephine
Aspesi.

Return From European Trip
After spending the summer
months in Europe, The Consul of
Swi 7pr!anH in Panama finhprt K

dinguer, Mrs. Eirtdinguer and their

daughter have returned here.

Protect Investment In Picnic Gear

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After t busy summer, week weekend,
end, weekend, a survey of- picnic equip equipment
ment equipment may prove an eye opener
tor the home maker.
The rate at which it ha mul mul-hiplied
hiplied mul-hiplied is reflected on our own
sink drainboards with a lineup
.of vacuum bottles, coolers, port portable
able portable grills, insulated bags and
wicker baskets bulging with
plastic or paper plates.
Add to those the many ingen
ious devices for keeping the
traveler well fed and you may
well count more than a sttelfload
of items.
You can also total a consider

able investment.

CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)

BOYS AND GIRLS
DO YOU WANT TO LEARN TO DANCE?
Classes in ballroom dancing for children $1.00 per lesson.
Students enrolled in ballet and tap classes may
attend at no extra charge.
Learn Fox-trot, Waltz, Jitterbug, Cha-Cha, Rumba,
Mambo, Samba, and Ballroom Etlauette.
Ages 6 thru 9 Class meets Wednesday, 5:00
Ages 10 thru 14 Class meets Saturday, 2:00
Dorese Waites School Of Dancing
Knights of Columbus Hall (upstairs) Balboa
Residence phone 2-2363

MEETINGS

Each notice lor inclusion in this
column should be submitted in
tvae-written form and miilod
lb box number lilted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
bv hand to the office. Notices ol
meetings cannot be accepted bv
tatrohone.
The Cristobal Council 1680,
Knighls of Columbus, of Margari Margarita
ta Margarita will have a regular business

meeting this evening at 7:30 at

trie council cnamDers in .uargan
ta.

Charity Card Group
Members of the Charity Card

Group of he Balboa Woman's
Club will meet Thursday at 12:30

p.m. for dessert and cards at the
Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess.

Reservations should be made with

Mrs. Eldon W. Coffer. Balboa

3450; Mrs. Mollie V. Johnson or

Mrs. G. O. Parker, Balboa 1412.

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ere if you want to protect your
investment.
The wonderful king size cool coolers,
ers, coolers, for example,, which da such
service keeping cold things icy
arp riiffctprl hut vvhpn the ,mtina

is over they should be drained,
sponged out with detergent or
baking soda and wiped dry.
Vacuum bottles with extra extra-wide
wide extra-wide openings are favorites for
beverages, soups and solid foods.
Many now have plastic pressure
seals instead of cork stopper.
These must be washed,- too, in
hot suds and thoroughly rlnfed
to rid them of food particles and
odors. The glasslined bottles are
easier to clean with a heavily
sudsed dish mop or bottle brush.
Rinse these fhorntiphlv and lt

them air dry completely before

reassemming.
Narrow-mouthed vacuum bot bottles
tles bottles fay be filled with suds and
soaked clean.

It's usually wiser to wash all va vacuum
cuum vacuum bottles and iues ont'rU

the dishpan rather than dumping

inem into water and risk brak braking
ing braking the lining or the seal.
Certain foods spoil quicly on
a warm day and bacteria mul multiply
tiply multiply rapidly, so that edibles
packed in non-insulated contain containers
ers containers or outside a cooler chest
should not be too perishable.
Plastic boexs often used for
such foods should be washed and
dried carefully to rid them of
any odors.

The "traveler who packs an elec electric
tric electric pot for heating water for
coffee Or tea or who hna.;U

en ensemble complete with im

mersion neoter otten overlooks
one essential.
Aluminum and glass travel
cookers need dishwashing, too,
and suitable detergents ars not
always easy to find on the road.
The simplest solution I've
found is to nackaee granulated

soap in a small plastic bag and

wck it into the corner of ihe
carrying case.

Once home aeain. sneeial rare

may be indicated, such s nolkh-

ing the interior of an aluminum

pot or treating glass botlles with
vinegar of bleach to remove
stains. SlST

Make sure all ihensift and
equipment are absolutely drv be before
fore before you tuckMhem awsy for the
next trip.

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One boy and four girl babies
were born at Coco Solo Hospital
durin g the week which ended at
midnight, Sept. 3, according to the
weekly report from the hospital.
During the same period, 55 pa
tients were admitted and 45 dis
charged.
Parents of the Ion boy baby
are Mr. and Mrs. Raul Swalm, of
Gamboa.
Parents of the baby girls are:
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Breeland of
Coco Solo; Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Jeffries, of Cocq Solit- Mr and
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ed in direct bidding. Hence, when

his partner made a positive res
ponSe to his opening two-spade bid,
South simply jumped into the spado
slam.
If South also believed in direct
play, he would have had no trouble
with his contract.
West did not like the position of
his King of hearts and decided to
give declarer a problem at trick
one. He opened the heart jack.

If South had simply taken the

heart finesse at that point it would
have worked. He could then dis

card his small club on the ace

of hearts, draw trumps andeven andeven-tually
tually andeven-tually lose one diamond trick.
However South went up with Ihe
ace of hearts. This left him a very
simple play for his contract. He

could take the club finesse and

win the hand if it worked.
That play was too direct for
South. He chose the diamond fines finesse
se finesse instead. It worked and now
South ran out all his spades and
discarded four hearts from duni'
my. East kept king small in dia diamonds
monds diamonds and queen and two small
clubs.
Now South could have thrown
East in ,with either suit and made
the'handon an end play, but South
was convinced that Kast was hang hanging
ing hanging on to the king of hearts. Hence
if he had all missing top cards

he had been squeezed. South play

ed his two high clubs and the ace

of diamonds and wound up down

one.

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East south West North'
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You, South, hold:
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a singleton seedr ia inadvisable.
TODAY'S QUESTION
West passes ami your partner J
bids two no-trump., East passes. ;
What do you do?
Answer Tomorrow

Ingrid Bergman's problems may
not De over even if the Italian
courts decide to grant her an ttn
nulment from Roberto Rosselitn
on the grounds that her divorce
from Dr. Peter Lindstrom was no;
valid. The authorities are quite
capable of filing a c large of big
amy against her. (Somebody over
there is trying to make it as rough
as possible for Ingrid). .Queen
Elizabeth's close friends are wor
ried over the recurrence of her Te Te-cent
cent Te-cent illness, which she seems tin
able to shake. They have a theory

that Her Majesty's dieting to keep

mat amiraoie waistline in muvie
star trim may have contributed to
her weakness.
Jaia star Oisty Gillespie has
found a titl, far his forth-com
ing book: "Diiiy Like A Fox"
. . .Ballerina Taina lis. who

mad her flicker impact m "Las
Girls" Isn't discouraged about
matrimony even though she's
iust filed for divorce. She's got
htr next husband all lined up
a movie colony headllner with
MOM.
The former Mrs. Mr. Fritz ("My
Fair Lady") Loewe and her bride bridegroom,
groom, bridegroom, jazz guitarist Tal Fariow.

are honeymooning on the Jersev

snore. . .Sarah Rogers, one of.

New York's top fashion models
and said to be heiress to a Texas
fortune is following in Suzv
Parker's Hollywood footstep.'.
She's being screen-tested for a

major role in the film version of

Chocolates for Breakfast, which

was written by Pamela Moore a

girl her own age.
Kim Novak is still playing Miss
Defiance with her nervous studio.

She knows how big she is at the

box office, so when the brass sug
eested she underplay her obvious

romantic interest in Dick Qulne,

the boy wonder of the directing

sta.'f Kim told them off. Her

chums say she's still burned over

studio "Interference" in her whirl

with Junior Trujillo.
Fascinating if true bit of back

ground on the trials and tribuU-

tions of finding a publisher for 4ne

much talked of best seller, "urn "urn-ta".
ta". "urn-ta". One publisher is said to have

agreed to buy the novel in tne

author would agree to make a

single change: just switch the

title character from a title girl to

a little boy!
Around Warner Brothers,

there's such high regard for ma
artistic integrity involved In
"The Old Man and me Sea"
that they've scrapped several
thousand dollars worth ef dis display
play display mats .touting the picture In
typical Holly woodese. Instead of

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The clothesline is back. This

time for bathtub use with a dry

er for drip-dry items. It hangs
from tub or shower wall and folds
flat when not needed. Plastic
clothes-line threads through a po polished
lished polished aluminum frame and holds

dripping clothes over the tub.

With school fuse around the

rnrner Mom ran exnect some

ink spots on skirts and slacks.

Try this to remove ink spots.
'over hnth cirlsa at the snot, with

white calk. Then wash garment

in m soapy wa.er.

Casual entertaining continues

popular throughout the country

and a buffet is less effort than a
sit-down meal. A little ingenuity

will fill in for such things as

missing hot pads. For extra ones

wrap a magazine with aluminum

foil.

When cutting a sticky fruit,

like dates, halt sucking by dip dipping
ping dipping scissors inio flour.

Some enterprising homemaker

discovered a way to keep pies

juicy longer. Merely insert some
uncooked macarbni into the crust
just before baking.
Teen agers who wear their
best beaus' letter sweaters should
keep them clean and pressed.

Letters on spor's jackets will

stand out if you iron them on

the Wrong side with a large

folded bath towel placed under
the letter.

Don't worry about keeping

curtains ana draperies with mc
allic varns crisn and fresh TIips

yarns are machine washable, with
the yarn both nonlarnishing and
colorfast.

the standard picture-puff topy,
complete with extravagant ad adjectives,
jectives, adjectives, all ads for the Heming Hemingway
way Hemingway gem will feature only the
wards of the master excerpts
from the book Pals hop
Carol Haney and Larry Blyden
will giva It another change.
White House insiders saV Secre

tary of State Dulles has approved

ms successor, due to take ovet

next year. It's our UN Ambassad

or, Henry Cabot Lodge. .Marga

ret ueignion s new London star

ring vehicle, the Terence Rattigan
play, "Variation on a Theme,"
gave up the ghost. Like the her

oine it was based on, Camille H

proved too fragile. .The local
debut of Evans Bradshaw, a high highly
ly highly touted new pianist, brought out
a rash of agents who vied to sign
him after his first show. Jos
Glaser won out. There's a feat

ure story in Monica Davis, one of

the leads in the movie "Guided
Terror," which has shot recently
in the East. When not toiling aj
an actress Monica works as a re registered
gistered registered nurse at New York Hog-

puai wnere she is now.
Rhonda Fleming and her about

to exit husband. Dr Dr. Lew

Morrill, juat might reconcile

again before the divorce be
comes final. At any rate they ve
been talking about it. .Ill wind
department: Because of all the pu
blicity the Mafia has had in the

U.S. papers, it has staged an im

pressive resurgence in the land

of its birth, Sicily, Italian police
believe the organization's
strength is even greater now than

in the dead dead days whenMtts

solini first challenged the mob.

(And Art Buchwald s funny book,
"A Gift from the Boys" is going
to make the Mafia chaps eei3
almost utterly charming to the ge general
neral general public).
Sammy Davis Jr., won't bi
heard on the cast record of "Por-

gy and Bess" because it's cut by

Columbia and he has an exclusivt

contract with Decca. He'll do his

own version of the Gershwin opera
with Andre Previn'si orchestra.
Anyone looking for offbeat
stereophonic taping? can now find
one that features th authentic

sounds of such diversified no'se

makers as two rattlesnakes rat'

tling, an electric chair electro

cutingi an avalancne ailing anc
an elephant sneezing. Th, label is,
rather predictably, "Avant-Gards

Audio."

?nin r!n xtranee things to

complexions; That is why it ta
helnful to have a friend along on
a shopping trip. She can MB you
whether or not a color is becom becoming.
ing. becoming. The average person will find
that chartreuse, dusty pink and
ginger will bring out a green

cast, turn the sxin muaay or
make it look coarse.

Blue eyed women may find
that their eyes look washed out.
Aside from using eye make-up o
enhance them, do it with cloth clothing
ing clothing color. Violet will intensify
blue eyes and so will yellow worn
with a touch of turquoise.

Women who find flesh bulging
above their girdles probably are
putting them on improperly. One
woman found that this didn't
occur if she worked the girdle
on halfway, then grasped the
lower edges and turned it inside
out. Then she pulled it down a a-gain
gain a-gain which put the flesh back in
place.
Clothes and accessories, no mat matter
ter matter how expensive, lose their ef effect
fect effect when they give a cluttered
look. This occurs when clothes
and accessories aire unrelated.
Thus they draw attention to
themselves rather than giving an
ensemble look.

A quick pick up after a busy
day at home or in the office can
be achieved in ten or 15 minutes.
Thoroughly cleanse your face,
give yourself a facial massage
for five minutes. Then plate cot cotton
ton cotton pads soared in witch hazel
or cold wa'er ove- your eyes and
lie down for another 10 minutes.

Head and neck exercises are
relaxing, but they also ward off
early signs of crepy skin. One
simple one is to bend your head
back as far as it will go. Then
return to normal posi'ion. Do this
30 times at least three timev a
week if you can't do it every
night.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

Expectant Moms Have Weird Appetites

NEW YOK (UPI) ThU niy, That's according to a raoun raoun-come
come raoun-come at a aurprise to fathers-; tain o. proof about cravings and
lo-ba. ; pregnancy massed by British

Women waitinf lor trie atorx to
a. 11 j n.!.. A J t Lu
irnvtr ao men uiuuri nutp
Iheir husbands from knowm? a a-bout
bout a-bout odd cravings that pop up.
Social and
mm
talk. Neman's Club Plana
"Welcome Homa"
li.vi atiuus have beeu extended
by officer of the balboa Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club o the annual "Wel "Welcome
come "Welcome Home" Wednesday after after-Boon
Boon after-Boon from 3:30 to 5 at the USO USO-JVB.
JVB. USO-JVB. The tee will be the club's
tVat social event of the season.
The mtuical program will feature
i
Zonian Attends
Training Unit
At Florida Base
, Fcrnand M. Espiau. son of Mr.
and Airs. Fernand Espiau of Cu Cu-rundu,
rundu, Cu-rundu, is attending a 28 day Sum Summer
mer Summer Training Unit at Eglin Air
Force. Base, Fla.
Espiau is a student at Louisia
BH State University and is major-
Inp m physics. He will be gratl gratl-pated
pated gratl-pated in June, 1959, and is cxpect cxpect-fi
fi cxpect-fi io receive a commission as a
gecond lieutenant in the Air.
Force.
The 28 day encampment is at attended
tended attended by all AFKOTC cadets
between their junior and senior
years in college, While stationed
at Eglin, Espiau will receive of officer
ficer officer training in various fields.
Pets Are Confused
As Couples Switch
In Double Divorce
NORWALK, Calif. (UPD-Twn
couples who swapped ma'es af'er
living across the street from each
o'her for five years have settled
down to quiet home life, including
tneir confused pets.
Harry L. Speth, 40. look Bertha
Bozar h. 39, as his brid? last
Week in Las Vegas just moments
after his wife divorced him on
charges of, mental cruelty:
At the same time Shelby Bo Bo-larth,
larth, Bo-larth, 47. was divorced by Ber Bertha
tha Bertha and married the former Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia Speth, 38.
The couples returned to their
across the strep' homes here
Aul theii trouble! werent(,oye.r.,
When 'he wives moved across
the street Speth gave the family
cat, Psm. fn hia ex wife and
kept his dog.
"The cat was completely con
fused for a while. I kept sending :
ram to ner new nome am sne
kept coming back. However, over
rthe weekend she finally go' it
s'raight in her mind .and i stay stay-in?
in? stay-in? acros; 'hp 4r' ;-i
He said everybody is happv now
and both couples aM thir pels
are "getting along fine."
Bakery Bit
ACROSS
DOWN
1 Plain or fancy 1 Bikers
bakery item decorate
5 Pastry cakes with
I Fruit r great
12 Grandnarental 2 Eager
13 Small shield 3 Brambling
14 Cry of
bacchanals
15 Ceremony
16 Air (comb,
form)
17 Rots by
' exposure
18 Having dropsy
SO Musical
dramas
22 Mariner's
direction
S3 Deep hole
34 Pickle
27 African river
31 Direction
32 Flesh food
S3 Adept
34 Measure of
cloth
35 Intend
36 Canadian
province
(ab.)
37 Staggerers
38 Main product
of a bakery
40 Provide with
weapons
41 Vehicle
' 42 Nci as
disorder
48 Mountain
crests
48 incursion
80 Hostelry
2 Forefather
83 Gaelic
84Fathi :
55 Journey
56 German river
87 Pigpen
8 Chair
4 Simple
substance
i Mutual
concord
6 Frost, as a
. cake
7 Continental
native
8 Cylindrical
9 Declare
10 Roster
t f i,
11 Hardy heroine
19 Suffix
21 Liquid
measure
24 Malt drink

ijeaicai experts, wire say 'an

Aum'i nnttiins flirrhlv- n
there's nothing flighty or fan fancied
cied fancied about these odd desire.
Probably the compulsion to
i H
T
Otherwise
Cnti nut J
'selections by Mrs. Nellree Smith,
vocalisi, and Mrs
Audrey Kin
eaid, pianist.
Preceding the tea, from 3 to
3:30, will be an election t0 fill of offices
fices offices recently vacated. All mem members
bers members are urged to attend.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Teresa Luce, chairman, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1488.
Methodist Official
Doubts Missionary
Defected In Algiers
ALGIERS (UPl)-An official at
the American atetiuxim mission
KiirlP were nr','ne
rumors that missionary Lester
Griffith had gone over j m
gerian Moslem rebeV -idp
Griffith, 34, of Cleveland, Ohio,
left his wife and V-pp cnWn
here whe". he vanished last Aug.
18 while driving through 'he wild
Kabyllia hills to a temporary post
70 miles to the east.
"Nothing official has been
learned of his whereabouts yet,"
a spokesman at the nvsthodist
mission said.
"We have a few indications that
lead us to hope that Griffiths is
s'ill alive," he aid. "I, myself
am going to Kabyllia Wednesday
to try to gather moire hints on
what has become of him
But he said members of tha
mission had been very unhappy
about whispers hee thai Grif Griffiths
fiths Griffiths had swung to the side of
the Algerian nationalists.
"This is the idea being spread
hy anti-American circles in Al Algiers,"
giers," Algiers," he said.
It was recalled that in the Ka Ka-bvllia
bvllia Ka-bvllia region several Catholic
medical missionaries, both nuns
and priests, had been Kianapen Dy
the nationalists who needed them
to care for rebel wounded.
Griffith's wife, the former Jan

ice hompson of Mason, OhioJframe. It dates back in rt 6th

Ohio', had told United Press Inter
national earlier that her rwband
may be Working under rebel
guard at a field hospital.
SALESMAN SENTENCED
BERLIN (UPI) East German
insurance salesman Hans Donau
was Fen enced to eieht. and a half
years imprison men for falsely
registering 42 births and 44
reatn:
it w- r"-r -p" t"v.
The East Berlin newspaper Na National
tional National Zei'ung said Donau regis registered
tered registered the births to collec' Soviet
Zone governmen' bnnnses iven
for twins and all children over
the third born in a family, and
the deaths to collect life insur
ance.
Answer to Previous Puizle
25 Chest rattle
26 Small island
27 Oceans
28 Outburst
29 Things done
3.0 Main role
in a play
41 East Indian
weight
42 Algonquian
Indian
43 Laborious
44 River in
France
32 Fabled marine 46 Weary
creatures 47 Assam
35 Simple
silkworm
48 Ninth month
(ab.)
51 Burmese
Wood sprite
36 Takes into
custody
38 Pantry
39 Stripe

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keep these omniverous 'desires
stcret accounts- for the lack of

agreement m medical circles
about how real ,are the reported
strange appetites' induced by the
stork.
Many doctors tend to wink
about suck things especially
when told about orders for tried
grasshoppers at 3 a.m. Bur suc.i
a request is tame compared to
some cravings reported by nearly
1,000 expectant mothers in .the
British survey.
The women want just' about
everything on earth and some-
umes yen for things under the
earth, like coal.
On the edible list apples come
first. (Psychologists may say this
is a throwback to Eve. i Next
come tomatoes, bananas, coffee
grounds, fat. tea leaves, asp- sn
coconut, dog biscuits, health salts,
stdmach powder and jelly.
In the not-so-edible depart department,
ment, department, appetites develop for coal,
soap, disinfectant, toothpaste,
moth-balls, -gasoline, tar, snoe
polish, paraf.'in, wood, soil, char charcoal
coal charcoal and cinders.
J.M. Harries and T.F. Huges,
of the Ministry of Agriculture,
insuenes ana rooa, reporting in
the British Medical Journal cited
tea, tobacco, beer, bacon, eggs and
fish as foods most shunned by
I mothers-to-be
ine expectant mother wJio ad admits
mits admits to an odd craving sould ;et
sympathy and consideration ra rather
ther rather than ridicule. For. say the
experts, cravin
the appetite in a very real way.
jS wts to munch on coal
land mothballs, with a gasoline
chaser, disabuse her of the no
tlon-
you can't, keep her
from a hot stove.
She might explode!
away
Jaili
ion
Enter packaged brides. Manu Manufacturer
facturer Manufacturer Murray Hamburger has
come up with a bridal enseml e
with all parts coordinated. It con consists
sists consists of a silk bombazine gown
embroidered in lace applique mo
tifs, pearls and paillettes, a r
movable chapel length Watteati
lace tram, and a matching man mantilla
tilla mantilla lace headdress.
Count on. this new necklace for
a different idea in jewelry. An in industrial
dustrial industrial design team (Smith
benerrand McDermott) of Akron'
0., -is making abacus beads into
necklaces and bracelts. The beads
, white.
wiHt-ii come trom Korea, are in
white, black, natural .,wwt .....j
, """U (1JIU
""Km colors. The abacus is a de
vice for counting in which beads
are moved up and down mi mil
' uamooo Stlt'KS
vemury, o.l. m China, and
spread to Korea, where the indus
" v flourished until the 20th Centu Century.
ry. Century. Flappers and heroes of TV
Westerns" have insphred-men's
hat styles for fall. Look for the
boater and the 10 gallon hat, plus
shorter crowns, generally nar narrower
rower narrower brims, and prices about the
isame as last year.
A new type of lace combines
the fragile look with durability
The lace is made of Tycora varns
and ranges from cobweb thin to
heavier, casualweights. The fab fabric
ric fabric retains the softness of regul regular
ar regular lace, but is stronger, easier to
care for. and more easily drapd.
Designers show it i n a theater
gown and matching reversible lace
raincoat, a tennis dress, swim suit
and at-home costume.
Teen aged girls will find a new
fad in jewelry dangle rings. The
rings have one or two golrl loops
to whirh chartns are attached.
About 25 tynes if charms are
available, including .cultured pearls
hearts, and birthstones.-
70Yeor-Old Mom
LWs sth Child
NEW YORK (UPI) A 20-year-old
mother gave birth to her
'Xth "hiM tor1-" 'n their hon.
Mrs. Thelma McKenna Was 13
and her husband. James, 16. when
they were married Nov. 1, 1951.
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Cast Completed
For 'Rockowe'en'
Show And Dance
The business manager of the
El Panama Waiters and Bin n

ders Club announced today that
the east of artists for the "Ro,;
owe'en" show and dance, slated
for Oct. 4 in San Francisco, is
now complete and will begin re
nearsais this week.
Plans are in progress for cor.
struction of a portable a Hi ft e.
which should enable spectators to
have a full view of proceedings
without difficulty.
The Willie Moro aggregation will
handle the musical end u.i':l
showtime, when the "Jetsw com
bo will take over for the show ana
the rest of the dance.
v
Cargo Plane Hired
By USAF Crashes
In Jap Montains
TOKYO, Sept. 9 (UPI) -An A-
merican cargo plane chartered by
tne u.is. Airrorce crashed and
burned in the cloud shrouded Tsn
sawa mountains near here early
today, killing all of the eight per persons
sons persons aboard.
Search planes sighted thewreck-
age of the super Constellation at
mid afternoon, some six hours aft after
er after the crash. TUey saw no sign
of survivors.
"Wreckage was reported scat scattered
tered scattered over a two mile-wide area
on the northeast slope of Mt. O-
yama, west on the Atsugi (U.S.)
Naval Air station," the Air Force
announced.
Peace Returns
To Wayne-Pilar
Household
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actor
John Wayne and his Penivian Penivian-born
born Penivian-born wife, Pilar Palette, said to today
day today peace had returned to their
household and they don't plan to
be divorced after all.
Fiery-tempered Pilar blamed
hot weather and a moving day for
her announcement Saturday that
she and the swashbuckling actor
had separated and that she
planned to file for divorce.
"It was hot and we were mov moving.
ing. moving. I'm Latin and I sometimes
explode, you know," sne ex
plained.
"We had a tiff," Wayne said.
GRENADE MISFIRES
1 SAIGON," South Viet Nam
(UPI) A hand grenade misfired
at a weapons damonstration at an
army post in Vlnh Long Province
and killed five persons, reports
reaching here today said. Sev
en other persons were injured,
four critically.
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Brigitte Bardot
Becomes Engaged
To Her Guitarist

SAINT TROPEZ, Prance (UPI)
-Brigitte Bardot, the "sex kit kitten"
ten" kitten" film ac ress snnounc ler
engagement to guitar player
Sacha Dlstel yesterday. He was
engaged earlier in the year io
teach her the guitar for a film
role and has been her companion
11 summer.
No date was set for the wed
ding. Friends said they probably
would be married at tne close of
the year. Miss Bardot, 23, was
divorced last April from Movie
producer Roger Vadim.
Distel, 25, a nepnew of band
leader Ray Ventura, was a vir
tually unknown musician until he
was photographed holding hands
with Miss Bardot at a Rivera
wedding las' mon'h.
Much credit for Miss Bardot s
sensational success as an actress
has been given to her first hus
band, Vadim. -He maimed Danish
model Annette Stroyberg shortly
after his divorce from Brigitte be became
came became final.
Dlsel, a top Jaw guitarist, is
a follower of the late Django
Reinhardt. Small in build exact exactly
ly exactly the same height as Brigitte
he is darkly handsome with k
ready smile and curly, close
cropped nair.
He was hired to teach Brigitte
the guitar af er officials at the
Billancourt studios in Paris heard
his playing for the sound track
of a motion picture. The couple
met far the first tljne in June.
By July, they were vacationing
together in Saint Tronez. mi mi-sleepy
sleepy mi-sleepy resort which BrigMe has
made famous throughout France.
Edith Piaf Badly
Hurt In Accident
PARIS (UPI)-Edith Paif, husky-voiced
French nichtclub sineer
who came up the hard way,
foucht a toueh battle to recover
from an au'o accident.
Seriously injured Saturday in a
car crash neair Rambouillet,
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reported today to be slightly im
proved.
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 195
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Pirates Take Firmer Grip On NL

Runner up Spot

,

Bucs Whip Redlegs 4-1
To Move 2 and One-Half
Games Ahead Of Giants

o --

By TIM MORIARTY
NEW YORK, Sept. 9 (UPI) If the war is
over in the major league races, somebody forgot to
tell the second-line troops.

t

LEADING
HITTERS

(Bas.d on 350 official of bat)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
G R AB H Pel.
Musial, St. L. 12 i 441 62 150 .340
Ashburn, Phi. 134 538 85 181 U
Aaron, Mil. 137 545 98 182 .3C1
Mays, S. F. 136 53l 103 175 .330
Skinner, Pit. 130 472 84 150 .318

Banks, Chi. 138 550 111 174 .317

Lynch, Cin. 107 360 45 m

Cepeda, S. F. 132 535 78 164 .307

Walls, Chi. 135 513 80 lDt .w-

Temple. Cin. 135 521 80 158 .303

the Pittsburgh Pirates, for
instance, aren't given much of
a chance of catching Milwaukee
n the National League but
they'd still like a cut of that
second-place money. So would
the San Francisco Giants.
In the American League, the
Chicago White Sox and the Bos

ton Red Sox gave up tne pen pen-pant
pant pen-pant ghost long ago. But they
re waging a close struggle to
determine who winds up In the
runner-up spot behind the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. M
Starting tonight, the Red Sox
imd the White Sox tangle in a
final three-game series at Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, with the White Sox hold holding
ing holding a narrow one-half game

margin. j ,-.,,. inh rtross took over in

is so important. i"i"""6 -.7". nSri

they opened a 2y2 game bulge
over the third-place Giants by
knocking off the Cincinnati
Redlees. 4-1. in yesterday's only

malor leaeue action. Now they

are readv for the Giants, who

invade Pittsburgh for the final

time starting tonight.
Prior to tonight's contest,

Pittsburgh and San Francisco
will resume their uncompleted
game of July 27, which was In Interrupted
terrupted Interrupted in the eighth inning
with the score tied 3-3. A dou double
ble double victory for the Pirates would

just about clinch the runner-up
spot.
Curt Raydon and Don Gross
cooled off the Redlegs last night
hv c-ollaboratine on a four-hit

AMERICAN LEAGUE
G AB R H Pet.

128 493 88 159 .323
123 450 81 143 .318
129 527 89 167 .317
122 489 61 155 .317
112 355 71 112 .315

Goodman, Chi. 101 378 40 17 .30

Minnso. Clev. 133 502 83 155 .309

136 552 67 lbH 3Uo
137 554 76 169 .305
138 485 81 147 .303
130 482 78 146 .303
118 402 67 122 .303

Runnels, Bos.

Cerv, K. C.
Power, Clev.
Kuenn, Det.
Williams. Bos

Bos.

Malzone.
Fox. Chi

Jensen, Bos

Sievers
Siebem

Wash.

N. Y.

TAKING A TURN FOR THE WORSE Eddie Pagan's car crashes through the rail on the first turn
during the flth annual Southern 500 -mil Stock Car Race at Darlington, S.C. Two otter cars also
smashed through the rail on the slick first turn. Some 80,000 fans watched Fireball Roberts win over
47 other entrants.

o ,v.n irt chnntlnor the

me nea oua, iw..niv. f, rh hases

seventh inning when

tnr their hlehest finish In nine

years, that Ted Williams plans
to swing back into action for
the first time since Aug. 25
when he was sidelined with a
heavy cold. The 40-year-old
slugger may not be In tonight's
starting lineup but he will be
ready for pinch-hit duty.
The Pirates haven't finished
as high as second in the Nation National
al National League since 1944. However,

Cin

with

none out. He Induced pincn pincn-hltter
hltter pincn-hltter Walt Dropo to hit into a
double play, allowing one run to
score, and then retired Johnny
Temple on a pop fly.
Roberto Clemente of the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates equalled a major league
record by banging out three
consecutive triples. It was only
Cincinnati's third defeat in
their last 15 games.

Yacht Vim Evens Trial Series
Against Columbia In Hope Of
Gaining America Cup Selection

HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas Pirates
Mathews. Braves
Asron, Graves
Mays, Giants
Robinson, Redlegs

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle. Yankees
Sievers. Senators
Colavito. Indians
Jensen. Red Sox
Cerv. Athletics

RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks. Cubs
Thomns Pirates
t"-'-""1. Phillies
Mays, Giants
Cepeda. Giants

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
Colavito. Indians
Cerv, Athletics.
Berra, Yankees

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35
30
21
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28

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34
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31

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105
89
84
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93
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87

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the
their

NEWPORT, R.I Sept.
(Xjpi)The veteran yacht
kept alive its America's
hopes today by outsailing
wAwer Columbia to even

crucial final trial series.
Thus selectlo nof the yacht yacht-t
t yacht-t odefend the U.S. in the cup
races against the British chal challenger
lenger challenger Sceptre was delayed a a-gain
gain a-gain with start of the best-of-seven
races only 12 days away.
The selection must be made -by
Sept 13, and the two American
yachts were scheduled to race
again tomorrow.
Vim, built 19 years ago for
Harold S Vanderbilt, defeated
its 1958 twin by one-minute and
35 seconds over the 24-mile
rianimlf.r trial course today.

Both boats were designed by
New York naval architect Olin
Stephens, but In planning the
Columbia this year, Stephens
added minor refinements.
Vim surged ahead at the

Service Center Theatres

TONIGHT

BALBOA 6:15 & 7:55

Mickey Rooney
Carolyn Jones
"BABY FACE NELSON"

COCO SOLO 7:00
Jose Ferrer

"I ACCUSE"

of the Dreyfus Case!

Story

DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Kirk Douglas
Gilbert Roland
"THE RACERS"
in Cinemascope & Color!
(Repeat Run)

GAM BO A 7:00
"ESCAPE FROM
SAN QUENTIN"

GATUN ?:00
Hal March Merry Anders
"HEAR ME GOOD"

MARGARITA 0:15 & 8:20
Alan Ladd Audrey Dalton
"DRUMBEAT"
in Cinemascope & Color!
(Repeat Run)

PAR A ISO 7:00
'TOWN ON TRIAL" and
"Last of The Comanches"

SANTA CRUZ
" A I D A

7:00

f!AMP BIERD 7:00

TUB INVISIBLE RAY" and

f'Has Anybody Seen My Gal

start of today's race, fourth In
the final series between the
two yachts. The race was a
tacking duel in 12-15 knot
winds and generally gentle
seas, though light rain and
rising swells marked the end
of the face.

first three final series races and
observers believed a Columbia
triumph today might have sway swayed
ed swayed the seven-man selection
committee to an immediate de decision.
cision. decision. Last week the committee
ellmianted two of the four ori original
ginal original contenders, Easterner and
Weatherly.
Vim, generally considered the
best 12-meter sloop designed to

the announced renewal of the
America's Cup two years ago,

counters Columbia's design im

provements with a crew more

experienced in handling her

The Vim was clocked today In 3
hours and 9 minutes.
Sceptre was drydocked today,
meantime, when a hull stay
parted at the outset of the dal dally
ly dally workout. But Sceptre will be
back in the water tomorrow.
Britain has yet to win the Cup
since the series was started 107
years ago with Queen Victoria
a spectator. This year, marking
renewal of the America's Cup
after a 22-year lapse, President
Eisenhower, who is vacationing

here, has Indicated he would
like to watch at least one of the
cup races.

Tomorrow's trial races will be

over a six-mile windward -leeward
course, twice in each di direction
rection direction for a 24-mile total.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Atlantic Coast Conference

May Have 2 Or 3 Football

Teams Of Bowl Caliber

W L Pet
Ravdon, Pirates 8 4 .667
Soahn. Braves 19 10 .655
Willev. Braves 9 5 .643
Pttrkev, Redlegs 16 9 .6
Hohbie, Cubs 10 8 .625
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Turlev, Yankees 20 6 .7(-9
Hvde, Senators 10 3 .769
McLish InHians 14 7 .6fi7
Ford, Yankees 14 7 .667
Delock. Red Sox 12 6 .667

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NASSAU. Bahamas (NEA)

Ricardo Rodriguez will be back
for the f if h Nassau sports car
Speed Weeks, Nov. 30-Dec. 8.
The 16-year-old Porsche pilot of
Mexico City, winner of Class F
honors last year while still too
young to drive legally on the

streets, may be wheeling a new
1,600 cc. Spyder in the 1958 fix fixture.
ture. fixture. The Rodriguez' friendly family
feud which spiced competition a
year ago will, get an added
filip. Ricardo's brother Pedro, 18,
wheels into the Oakes Fields
course in a new mount the pow powerful
erful powerful red Ferrari which Phi' Hill
and Oliver Gendebien sped to vie
tory in the famous 24-hour Le
Mans race.

By WILLIAM A. SHIRES
RALEIGH, N.C. (UPI)-The At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Conference embarks
on an ODen football bowl policy

this fall and perhaps by no mere

coincidence prospects are xor me

ACC to have two or three teams

of bowl caliber.
Pre-s e a s o n prospects shine
brightest at Clem son, and Sunny
Jim Tatum's manpower at the
University of North Carolina is
rated just a shade below that of
Clemson's Frank Howard. Clem Clem-son
son Clem-son and North Carolina meet on
the season's second Saturday,

Sept. 27, in what is being cdiiea

the "championship game.
There are few quite so reckless
as to overlook the rest of the sea season
son season which for both Clemson
and North Carolina includes both
the traditional "toss-'em" rival
ries with South Carolina and
Duke, a pair of ACC darkhorse

powers, and such powers as ueor
gia Tech and Notre Dame.
Will Ri Watching
Atlantic Coast teams will range
from Los Angeles' Memorial Coli-
... n i II.. J

seum to west roint on me nun

son, and the foes to bP raced this
fall include such titans as Auburn,
Texas A and M, Navy, and Illi Illinois.
nois. Illinois. The Orange BowT tie-up with the
Big Seven has ended, but the Or
ange Bowl as well as the Sugar,
Gator and Cotton Bowls undoubt
edly will be watching the ACC "s
best representatives. All except
bowl-ineligible North Carolina
State.
North Carolina and North Cam
lina State both whipped the ACC's
Orange Bowl entry, Duke, las
fall, and Duke just edged Ctem Ctem-son,
son, Ctem-son, 7 6. It was that tight. N. C
State won the championship but
Duke was voted the "most repre

sentative" and got the Orange

Montreal-Columbus,
Toronto-Rochester
Open Series Tonight

Editor: CON R ADO SARGEANT

am

NATIONAL LEAGUE

W L Pet. GB
81 57 .517
74 44 SU 7
71 44 .511 fVs
70 7 .500 12
44 70 MS 14
45 71 .470 IS
44 74 .444 17

51 77

Milwaukt

Pittsburgh

San Francisco
Cincinnati
St. Louis

Los Angeles

Chicago

Philadelphia

430 21', Washington

AMERICAN LEAGUE

W L Pet.
,4 54 .iff
'71 45 .522
70 45 .510
44 4f .4tf
44 4 '.4ft
44 71 .412
43 73 .443
50 70 .424

New York

Chicago

Boston
Baltimore

Detroit

Cleveland
Kansas City

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TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Cleveland (N).
WsshingUm at Detroit (N).

Boston at Chicago (N)
Baltimore at Kansas City (N).

- YfMferfaVf Result &
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Bowl bid. losing to Oklahoma.

Aiarse Frank Howard, boasting

the finest legions in his coaching

career, apparently is in the, Inz Inzer's
er's Inzer's seat of the conference, at
Clemson this year. The biggest
reason for Clemson optimism is
Harvey White, 200-pound junior
quarterback who set league rec
ords in total offense end touch touchdown
down touchdown passing last year.
Offense Best In Years
White heads a rangy, fast and
deep backfield. Howard has threj
complete backfields and an ail ail-letterman
letterman ail-letterman starting squad. Team
speed and offensive flash are the
best in Clemson's recent history
and ii there is any weakness it
is in lack of experience in lin
reserves.
Tatum's Tar Heels have three
tdp notch quarterbacks, led by an another
other another 1957 sophomore whiz, Jack
Cumniings. There is more bench

strength and a Tatum-recruited

platoon stack of halfbacks. The

pay off for l atum s Duucnne pro
gram at North Carolina, indicated
by last year's victories over Mi
ami, Navy and Duke, may arrive
this fall.
Improvement is expected by

every ACC team except possihty

Duke and North Carolina State

Graduation losses hit both -the

Blue Devils and the Wolfpack se

verelv.

Marvland. with guard Rod

Breedlove. tackle Fred Cole, and

Ben Scotti and guard TVOM Gun-

derman. may field the best line

in the conference. Tommy Mon

has caoable quarterbacks in Bo1!

Rusevelyan and Dickie Lewis and
a standout halfback in Ted Kergh
ner.

NEW YORK, Sept. 0 (UPI)
The Montreal Royals, who have
made more appearances than
any other club in the Interna

tional League's Governor's Cup
playoffs, and the Columbus Jets,

newcomers to the post-season
competition, will open a best-of-

seven series tonight at Mon
treal.

The other semifinal set also

sets under way tonight with the

Toronto Maple Leais entertain

ing the Rochester Red Wings.

Ace lefthander Tom LftSorda,

Who also assumes the duties of

pitching coach and road secre

tary, Doastecr a season marK oi
18-6 and is a prime candidate

for the league's most valuable

pitcher award. This will mark
Montreal's 17th appearance in

the post-season playoffs.

Columbus, which cllncnea its

fourth place spot on the last
day of the campaign, will call

on big. Bennie Daniels to open

the series. The righthander had
a 14-6 mark this season.

Montreal won the season se series
ries series from the Jets, 13-9.
The second-place Leafs, open opening
ing opening at home, will start right righthander
hander righthander Ernie Broglio against
Rochester's Gary Blaylock, an another
other another righty.

Broglio had a 9-3 record with

the Leafs after coming to- them

from Phoenix in mid-season
and was unbeaten in two deci decisions
sions decisions against, the Wings. Blay Blaylock
lock Blaylock owned a 14-10 mark for
the campaign.
In season play between the
two clubs, Toronto was ahead

14-8.

TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N)
Chicago at St. Louis (N).
Los Angeles at Philadelphia
(xN).
San Francisco at Pittsburgh
(xN).
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suspended femes.

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Macon Sweeps
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The Macon Dodgers beat Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 4-0 Sunday afternoon and
the Dodgers swept the Saily Lea League
gue League playoffs series, 2-0.
Ausus'a a"'1 Charlotte were eli eliminated
minated eliminated earlier in trie playoffs.
Mike Wairnitsky was the winning
workman, going all the way and
Betting his blank lob on a four-

hitter.
Hank Hemmerly started far the
losing Jacksonville Braves. Rico
Olivo came on in the seventh, but
the damage had already h n
done and his mates couldn't over overcome
come overcome the deficit.
Macon scored the winning run
in the first inning, added two
more in the sixth and one in the
ninth.
The Braves were hampered by
three e-rors, while the Dodgers

went the distance without a sin single
gle single blooper.

Hit By Loiset
Duke has Ail-American hal"bae!'
candidate Wray Carlton returning,
plus running mate George Dutrow
and veteran nuprterback Bob
Brodhead. But the Duke problems
lie in the line looses and in find
in? a proven fullback.
North Carolina State lost hea".

ilv, including halfback stars Dick

Christy and nick Hunter, but we
Wolf park will have more rfenth
and will heloed bv the

alized substitution rules. Wake
Forest, which filed to win ?
game lat year, has better mate material
rial material on hand including a pair of
bright ouartrhaeking prospects
and tougher 1'nemen.
South Carolina may show vast
imorovement. The Gamecocks
may show the conference the
standout halfbacks of the vear in

King Dixon and Alex Hawkins una
the overall prospects are better.
Virginia, with a new coach, will
h buildine under Dick Voris'

first-year administration but lacks

manpower. The Cavaliers mosr
noticeable loss was fullback Jim
Bakhtiar.

GUN CLUB
NOTES

CRISTOBAL

Skeet

morning

shooting on -Sunday
Sept. 7, at the Cristo

bal Gun Club, received less than

the serious attention the noble
sport deserves, possibly due to
perfect weather beckoning some
shot-gunners to other fields of
enjoyment, leaving the Col. H.
E. Rice Memorial Trophy to

competition between a mere

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Foffv-Niners Score
Another MHr
Exhibition Victory
A three game winning streak
with the Cleveland Browns the

latest victims, should have the

San Francisco Forty Winers ra

a happy frame of mind today m:t

instead two costlv injuries are

makine them sine the blues.

The Fortv Nmers rallied to

whin the Browns. 21-16. at San

Francisco in the only National

Football League exhibition game
nlaved Sundav.

But this time they lost Charley

Krtieger. the All America rookie
tackle from Texas A and M, with
a broken right arm. Krtieger wis
the Forty Niners' No. 1 draft
choice and was being tried at
end and guard as well as tackle
Last week's casualty was end
Billy Wilson, the team's h?adin
pass catcher for the last two
seasons, who was test for ight
weeks with a shoulder separation
In Saturday exhibition games

the Chicago Cards nipped L"

Anpeles. 27 20, at smile. WHM
Washington outscrambled Phila Philadelphia.
delphia. Philadelphia. 35 21, at Jacksonville.
Fla ; the Pittsburgh S t e J r s
edeed Baltimore, 13 10, at Buf Buffalo.
falo. Buffalo. N.' Y and the Green Bay
Packers drubbed he New York
Giants, 41-20 at Boston.

By OSCAR FRALEY
FOREST HILLS, N. Y. (UPI)
The naming of Peru's Alex
Olmedo to the U. S. Davis Cup
squad had created an inter international
national international furor today with the

main question "What price victory?"

Olmedo, the intercollegjatc
champion from the University
of Southern California, was

named on the basis he has re

sided in Los Angeles for five

years. But he refuses to apply

for citizenship because he doesn't
want to serve in the Arniy. v

Everybody i attendance at the

U. S. amateur tennis champion

ships labeled it a "disgrace"
except the 25 members of the
Davis Cup selection committee
who .named piuiedo onu'j I? man
squad from Which four must be
selected before Nov. 1.
The Australian delegation' was
the most outspoken, looking for

ward to the time when the Ameri Americans
cans Americans Will arrive in Australia to
try to win back the big silver
bowl.
"Wp couldn't care less on the
surface," said one. "That is, Un
less by some 'fluke' you Yan'.s
should win the cup. Then,
naturally, we would claim that
the cup had been taken from us
by two countries not one.
"It seems rather surprising

and unsportsmanlike to us

that a country with 170 million

people can't come up with fodr

players of its own and keep this

thing on the up and up.

"I wonder how this looks to
Russians," said another Aussie.

"You people must realiie that

they make great political capita

out of sports. Imagine the song

thev'll sing to the rest of the

world about bow the great eepl-

of talistic United States needs die

handful of hard-core lovers

the fowling piece.

R. C. Casanova, wilfully hand

icapping himself by use of a 20 20-gauge
gauge 20-gauge arm, burdened himself
with yet another honor, winning
the cup by a score of 45 ex 50

over Wiltz Schexnayder's (20 (20-ga.)
ga.) (20-ga.) 44, and Walter Johnston's

(12-ga.) 44.
F. Chollar strewed barely

enough shot in the target's path

w vuuiti uiiiu Uiacc Willi to. .v ii..! U

Cliff Havwani and fipnrap t onn emergea victorious in inrir w
L4ui naywana ana ueorge Lopp AAv KucirPihal Metturttern

Amador Troopers
Army Atlantic Win
Basketball Contests

The Fort Amador TroOoers aed

the Army Atlantic Bushmsslers

(both using 12's) followed with

41 each, and J. D. Shields scor

ed' a 39.

Next shot-gunninc activities

at the club will follow the pre prescribed
scribed prescribed routine: Skeet at 4:30
Wednesday, September 10, with
Trap-shooting afterward if per

mitted by weather'and available

light.

Longden Declares
Broken Leg Won't
Stop Riding Career
LA JOLLA. Calif. (UPl)

Jockey Johnny Longden, nursing

the third break in his right leg
in a little over a year, declared

today he planned to ride at

Santa Anita in December.

The world's oldest, richest .and

wlnmngest Jockey, with more
than 5,000 victories to his cred't,
broke his right leg above the

knee Sundav when his horse fell

dead at Del Mar race track

during a morning workout.
He broke the Rime leg in two
nlaces lust above the ankle

when a two War- eld filly

started to flip over backwards in

the Del Mar starting gate a year

tfo last August,

The 48 year ojd granwaine granwaine-said
said granwaine-said Jrom his1 bed at Scripps
Hosnltal here: ..

"1 don't thin th s'l stOD me.

I feel prettv good and I'll keep
rldin. 1 like It. lt' -hat I

,...

and remain tied for third place

in the armed forces loop.
The Buslimasters topole'd the de
fending PAAF Charms, Fort Clay
ton, 67-55 ou the Gold Coast Fri Friday
day Friday evening and on the followm,',
night Amador whipped last place
Navy r the third time this sea
son. 10-79.

At Army Atlantic tne aerenowR

champions held a oe powt leid

over their hosts alter tnree quarr

ers of p'uy, 48 47. but racked up

a nwe j.'ven points in me niai

canto to A my AU.ir.'ic" 20.

Leading the way for the AA quln

let was Don Myers with 15 points

and I in Foster and Gerald Ron

erts with 11 amec. Darnell Sand

ford and i ick tile sen naa is ana

14 poin 'respectively for the los

ers.

At Reeder Gymnasium, Fori

Clayton, on the following night,

the.sreen and wnite snirtea men

from Amador had five men n

double fieures. m6re than enough

to compensate for the high scor

ing of Navy's Kay iNesniu, iwan
Johnson, Marv Wilt. The Navy

trio had 69 points between them
Hitting double figures for the
Troopers were Joe Jacobs Cin),
Rav Crawford (19), Bobby Chris
topher (18L Dick Poster (IT) and
Jennings Rogers (11).
ThP standings:
paaf L.aqo Standings
(At of Sept. I)
Team W LOB
Albrook AFB 10 1
Fort Kqhbe 8 3 2
Army Atlantic 0 0 5
Fort Amador 5 0 5
Fort Clayton 4 7
Navy 1W

netp of a my nation like Peru

to come up with lour, playeri."
The agitation seemed to b
having little efjfect on Davis Cut)
captain Perry Jones of Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, the guidmg power1' behind

seieetipn of the team. Jones r
placed Bill Talbert-of Nw yopjj
this year as captain with' tho
shifting oi tennis authority from
the East to the West Coast. The
general feeling it the West Coast
brass hats will stop at little to
achieve victory and make them themselves
selves themselves look rtuwt

.who, in pari, explained ine

naming to the squad of Don
lyerbow, a22 yearlfl, who works
in Jones' office and has had no
national experience. He is' label J
facetiously a ''secret weanon"

and the. AUssles are laughing

Isthmian Sports Car

unt

The isthmian Snorts Car Club

met at the Administration
Building's south parking lot last
Sunday for a scavenger hunt.

Cars started at two mlnuto
intervalsi If anyone aaw them
driving upi to the Statue of Lib Liberty
erty Liberty In Balboa and running to
measure it or running into tho
American Legion Chib it wag
just part of the game. Besides
the height of the Statue Of Lib Liberty
erty Liberty and a copy of the moon
menu from the American LeV
glon Club they had to find such
things as: hair from horses'
tall, the name and LP number
of the ramp operator on duty at
the west bank ferfy, the slgna slgna-ture
ture slgna-ture of the policeman on duty
In Gamboa, the engine aerial
number ,of the brush truck At
Pedro Miguel fire station, in
expended .45 callberv shell, tho
IP. number of the"ISOC? pres president,
ident, president, who Is a patient at Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital, the number of an anchors
chors anchors at the Navy building, and.
an orchid bloom:
The services of the brush

truck at Pedro Miguel were dis

continued 60 days ago and tho

truck is no longer there, which

made the game more interest interesting.
ing. interesting. . ..

The finish was at the Police

men's Lodge where a buffet
supper was served.

The hunt was planned by Paul

Ella, club activities chairman.

John Keller, driving a Ford,

took first place. Ella took sec

ond place in a Hlllman, and

Gordon Thell took third place
In a Volkswagen. Finishing
times, drivers and their oars

were as follows:

John Keller, Ford, 1 hour 30
minutes.
Jean Ella, Hlllman, 1 hour 36
minutes.
Gordon Thell, VW, 1 hour 39
minutes.
T. J. Kelly, MGA, 1 hour 44
minutes.
Joe Grills, Fiat 600, 1 hour 51
minutes.
Luther Davis, Chevrolet,
hour 52 minutes.
Hugh Priest, MGA, 1 hour 53
minutes.
Klaus Klieschmahn, VW, 1
hour 53 minutes.

Leon Young, MGA, 1 hour 54
minutes.
Rush Marshall, MGA Coupe, 1
hour 55 minutes.

Tommie Welschaar, MGTC,
hour 56 minutes.
Dick Seeley, Karmen Ghla.

hours 2 minutes.
Frank Kremser, MGTD, I
hours 4 minutes.
E. Douglas, VW, 2 hours 21
minutes,
Bud Welschaar, Alfa Romeo, I
hours 24 minutes.
One car was disqualified.

to

V.

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Kirk



TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER f. 1851

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An Old Pro In The Too Late 9
'Smart Kids Mature Ivy League:

RESTORATION

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By HARRY GRAYSON
LAKESIDE, Coon, (NEA) -I'
seems incongrous to soe Buff
Donelli the old pro, coaching .he
Columbia kids at the site of School

of Engineering's summer session

at the west end of B. LakehV.eh
io.xhill- of the Berkshires. Goins

back to Donelly's days a' Duques Duques-ne
ne Duques-ne and wi h the Pittsburgh Steel Steel-ers
ers Steel-ers and the Rams who moved
irom Cleve'anrt to to: Anfievs,
you associate the one-time inter

na ional soccer star with some

thing vastly rougher.
What difference is i h e r e in
coaching professionals and college
boyi?
"The difference between a bot bottle
tle bottle babv c 'v ,-vk Mama

no." savs Donelli. with both v

fastened on 60 light blueiersev

youn?fte' with whom he hopps to
upset Brown again and get hunk
wi h Princeton, Yale, Harvard,
Cor nell, Dartmouth. Pennsylvania

Land Rutgers. "With the pros about

ait you nave to d t aiumhu

the ready talent. Here we nave1
to teach the, kids foo ball thinking
and sense."

The Columbia lads ranee in u.

front 18 to 21 Onlv cine M.voar.nM

Ed Eschenbaum, a 3, 205-

pound tackle fiffures in Ilnnlli'

plans.

"Twenty-three vears nt oniiao.

coaching taught me many things.

aya Donelli, "and what h:mdl.

caps an Ivy League coaoh most

is that smart kids matre iv
sically slowly. . .more oftpa than

no1 too late to hln. hal iama

fortunate enough to have older

piayers.

mm

PAGE SEVEN

All In Hurry of Belmont Park
Except Relaxed First Landing

. FOQ H INMATE CL.A

A MUCH AS roa THE
covsecarve ti tlcs
HE WON IN t9S-Szf

JOE WILLIAMS

Afl heavyweight champion Floyd

Patterson is Harder to sell nu u
leprosy with green' stamps.- Ne
promoter has made money on htm
since he took over Rocky Mar
ciano't vacated throne."
Emil Lence, the garmet center
tycoon, wound up singing the rao
ink blues a'ter matching him jvift
Hurricane Jackson, Pete Rade
ma flier's angels had to hock their
wings when the Seattle gate fell
far Mtt of. their $250,0)30 induce
mem. And if Irving Kahn got out
o, the Gut 'N' Shoot caper unsine unsine-td
td unsine-td he was lucky.
Kahn .is president of an enter enterprise
prise enterprise called Teleproinpter and as
it was his guarantee of $210,000 to
the champion that sealed tlw
match with Roy Harris, he was
in reality the piowoier. ins
i 'gawas to come from, theater
TV.
An. accouting of xecep s from
this source does not tncmirag im.-'
ire '.'ate "neauivccfl -cceptnroe

of the gentleman's theory as to the
roie th.s menium, wjll play in the
future economy of sports.
Only Patterson and his manager
could have pro "ited tn any con
siaerable degree and since entre
preneuer are not commonly "do
dicated to enriching labor at trie
expense of capital the conventio
nal techniques promotions may
not yet.be doomed. t

if he had been managed more
sensibly his appeal would be
stronger. The" public has come to
associate mm' With handpicked po
povers and picturesque but harm harmless
less harmless oddballs. National prestige is
not earned by beating the Jackson
Rademachers and Harrises.
In contrast to Patterson Harris,
two middleweights, Robinson and
Basilio were a smash, theater TV
hit, selling 364,876 tickets for a
gross of $1.4 million. This was a
class attraction and the patrons
knew what they were buying. If
the untried Harris was a handicap
to the recent promotion, just wna
has Patterson done as chamoinn

to win customers and influence
box dlfices?
Incidentally," Kahn also had the
Robinson Basilio theater TV itnrt

his share came to a rilectahi

$335,000. He had nothins tn Hn

with t-e proomotion but nirf

IBC $275,000 for the closed circuit

rights. This time he did the pro promoting,
moting, promoting, too, thereby eliminating
th? middle man. Scanning the dis
enchanting returns the gentlmn
may wonder whether he also eli eliminated
minated eliminated himself.

AN ENGINEERING ppnr

kled UD. "Don't wnrrv a hoi it kin.

Coach." he said rMiintintf tn Tin Hit

Pegoraro senior alternate fullback
"He has an A record."
"The trouble is", commented
Donelli, "I can't use Rudy as a

iu-pouna dook."

RPFAKIMP. IIP noiiDi C Dl AV Tl, r l ..

Los Angeles Dodgers is forced at second base by Carl Furillo
top, but trips up Danny O'Connell of the San Francisco Giants'
center, to break up a double play. Umpire Ken Burkhart looks
to first to see that Furillo is safe as players at second get up

HOOF BEATS
By Lonrado Sai geant

Balboa Swimming
Program To Beam

No Threat to Hem TV.
Notwithstanding that the total
theater take Was $763,437. Pate
son-arid Harris laid an egg. Few
theaters exceeded even their nor
birI Monr'ay revenue. and for
the movies, Monday is traditional traditionally
ly traditionally he worst night of the week.
The movies of course, regard
home TV a a poisonous threat
to their existence, hence theaters

are all too willing to support any'

?iroecjt which smkes -a'i itse te
(vision; How lone thev would ctti ctti-tinue
tinue ctti-tinue such support at a loss is
something etoe asain. Harris'
own home county gave the theater
Images the brush, a circumstance
which, Kahn found altogether dis
mayiri". At $10 tops, a drive in of offered
fered offered 10,000 seat Ohly 1800 Texas
loyalists showed. This could ha've
been revealing as wen as dismay
lng. Who would haye a hetter line
en Hilrris as a fighter thn the
Be"T''1 W't til'' epn, '-'"i nint?

Perhaps the causes differed but
In other p" of the "ount'-v there
were : similar manifestations ot
a athy. The Allen Theater in Clev
eland,; -with a 2863 cparitv. had
only 42 custorrters. A Buffalo
house, seating 3400, lured a mrf
Chicago's Sunset drive-in field
flS of its 8000 available.
' In Boston at Loew's Slate the

eount was 582 against a capacity
of 3585. The Richmond. Va.. out U C KnnH
let reported 941-3764 and M!n niWU WnnU
neapolis' Music Haft, 1600-4100 Trtxmnv
Five Miami theaters had M LONDON, -(NKA1 -Tw Hoad
empties with a 6000 sale. Nine hwpl'.wd more than 300 matches
New York houses showed ai '';r,n lfi ""on'hs and thousanls
gregate sale of 35 percent beiw of ,of '"'v,
capacity. The blond burly Aust,-alian
What these figures suseest to us 1eadR 'he professionals in money

It that home TV is raoe likelv earned thus far this year with

The school year swimming pro
gram at Balboa Pool will begin
its scheduled classes tomorrow.
The beginner, intermediate, ind

swimmer classes will be limited
to children attending Balboa Eh
mentary School. The adult class,
as well as the comne'it've swim
ming class will be open to the en
tirp Canal Zone Paci'icside area
The program is conducted bv
the Schools Division Dent, of Phy
slcal Education and Athletics. He
gistration for the following class

es began yesterday :

Pre school, Mon. an-t Wed. at 0

a.m.; Kindergarten. Mon. and

Wed. at 9 .m and 1:15 om

Tues. and Thurs. at 9 a m and

1:1 5 D.m.: Beginner. Mon nJ

Wed. at J:15 and 3:15. Tues. and
Thurs. at 2:15 and 3:15, and 3:30

p.m., Saturday at 10 a.m.: Inter
mediate at 4 pm Mon and We-'
Swimmers at 3:15 on Mon an.4
Wed.; Adults at 10 a.m. Tues. and
Thurs.; Competitive Swimming.
Tues., Thursday and Friday at
4:15 p.m.

But Donelli admits that Colum Columbia
bia Columbia is much more formidable than

a year ago, when he just about
had to go with what the retiring

Lou tittle left him. There wasn't

mucn time for recruiting and ht
frankly tells von h w'9ii0 hehd

the first freshman class that he

more or less personally selected
right now.

But there are oromising soDho soDho-mores
mores soDho-mores Brruce Johnson, Don Sat Sat-ini
ini Sat-ini and Jerrv Lomhardi in the

backfield: Fob Fe-'ersoeil. .wi

end; Paul Sefcsik and Jerry Brod Brod-eur,
eur, Brod-eur, tackles; Don Miller and Tony
Radano, guards: and Bob McCool,
center from Boston Latin.
Donelli doubts that there will be
more than two seniors In Ms
smarting unit, sees the 2n.vear.

old, 5-11, 195-pound McCool giving

-apt. iea t.ranske a terrific bat

ue ior tne center post.

"McCool is a Rhodes Scholar
prospect, but he also has brains

where the O0tba.ll coach nee is

it,.' he laughed.

DONELLI BELIEVES HIS son,
Dick, a senior, will be slickest
passer in the Ivy League
"With only one year's experien experience
ce experience becuase Little played him very
l'ttle behind Claude Benhm. And
we need ends like I need blood,"
he says.
"One or two clutch players can
soell the difference in the Ivv, md
what I say about the brighter get get-t'np
t'np get-t'np here tro on'ekl" rfnot me.in
there aren't some fine plave-s in
Ihe league. Chet Boulris of Harv Harvard
ard Harvard was rated a hetr olaved

than Walt Kowalerv'- in' nJh

school and Michigan State broke
its neck to land Tom skvnerk of

uorneii, ror example.

Donelli altrihntot rlIn,KI.'.

uuniNiuia a
dlRaR'rnilG namnniAM UlnUI.. .u.

" ., m,k, in.ii,, un unusual
usual unusual for him, in his ini'ial effort
4a : f A mm ...

"i ei ing orr too well in the Lion s
startling upset of Brown.
"The kids were in the clouds
and you can't get kids out of
clouds," he sayf. "Then we made
ourselves look bd as Princeton,
higher han Mt. Everest .becuase
of the untimely death of Charlie
Caldwell hitmiliated us, and we
never did get back squarely oa
our pins."
Give Buff Donelli another year
tw and those whn IrnAm him k.

will tell you -hat the smart Co.
M'trb's kids' fonth.tl ,,,111 ...!.

their calculus. T

There were no iockev susDen-

sions over the weekend but sev several
eral several fines were meted out bv the

President Remon racetrack stew

ards.
Trainer Isaac Gustines Jr., rep-resentin-f
his father "Maestro"

Gustines, accepted full blame for
the incident in which King's
Park, with Heliodoro (Paplto)
Gustines aboard, bore Mossadeq
and Embassy wide during Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's tenth race.
Gustines Jr. said that he used
a special burr on the bit to
prevent King's Park from
bearing against the inner rail
Without first trying It' out on
the horse during Workouts.
He netted a $20 fine for his
lack of judgment.
AiioiKtu Vj Vawman Tr VflB

fined $5 for using defective gear

nn Haennntn ennstner a rip nv

of the start of Sunday's ninth

race. ii a

SurutWenO; which Wed from
both nostrils after Saturday's
ninth race, was suspended for

15 days by the veterinarian-.
Recife, second to Vengahza In
Satnndav's seventh race, was

cet down 15 davs nv the vet for

being lame after the race.

ooo
Seven three-year-olds were
entered for the $2,000 added one
mile Panama Jockey Club Clas Classic
sic Classic which will be run on Sept.
28. Aluclnado, Dependable, Car Car-caman,
caman, Car-caman, Postin, Don Lucho, Pan
Tostado and Bright Spur. De Dependable
pendable Dependable and Bright Spur will
carry 118 pounds, the others
112.
ooo
This week's $5,000 added one
mile and a quarter Diplomatic
Corps Classic bids fair to be an
exceptional thriller, i Especially,
now that Perdulario has shown
that he Is no super horse.,
Luciano. Zarpazo. Bright Spur.

Mossadeq, Informal, Playboy
and Constantino will go against
the classy little Stud Los Slete
star. All will tote 122 pounds,
exceDt Brieht Smir which will

go under 114 because he is a

three-year-old. The others are
four-year olds or dlder. Leading
jockey Braullo Baeza will ride
Brieht Sour

, Speaking of Perdulario, it has
.been unofficially reported that
Manuel Rivera has taken over
the training of the six-year-old

chestnut son of Petrarca-Han

nan. If this is true Perrinlorm

would he eertoir, t V. Tu lul"eu arouna ana watched 1
!fflrtfJfJ., mm oats into tub.

uvuwo lavuiiie in ouimay s Dig

By JOHNNY MORRISSE Y
NEW YORK -(NEA) -The sun
was awakening and burning rays
of light on the addicts arriving at

Belmont Park.

Everybody seemed to be in a
hurry, Everybody, that is, excepv
unbeaten First Landing, the best
Iwo-year-old of the year. He was
doing what he always does when
not racing relaxing.
"When I first saw him in Flor Florida,"
ida," Florida," Nojrman Richardson said,
"I knew he was a champion. I've
been around horses all mv lit

and can usually spot a good one

just looxing at mm."
Richardson i. the

foreman of the Phriatnnha,- t

Chenery S able trained by Casey

The sun honored nff Pirct T a

ing s hide. He looked like a bronze
sta ue as he nibbled on grass. His

ears pncKea as a plane flew over.
"See that?" RirharHnn

- oaiu.
He s always alert That' o

of a good horre. When we went

to Jamaica for the first time he
acted like a schnnlhrw nn an i

ing. It really got me the way he

imueu nis neaa tnis way and that.

toning everyming, in.
"Look at thnco ViinJ ir...

legs. IOU
Can see the drivino nniimv u'

smart horse. Neve; unnecessarily
exerts himcolf u.,i ...i

- m, wncii it
needs it, he always has that ex

ua uursi 01 speea.

A truck crawled hv and

Lending wa ched it. "I'll take hirn

msioe now. It's time for him to
eat," Richardson said.

The colt entered the nl ham

and paid no attention to the other
horses as he en.ered his stall

turned around and watched Rich'

JIM

Rivera seems to be some sort

oi a magician with horses as is
evidenced by his great successes
With Frank X. Zeimetz' good
colt Don Lucho and the medio mediocre
cre mediocre filly Mama Lola. Rivera al also
so also Is reDorteriiv the

hand behind the vastly improv improved
ed improved Pan Tostado.

oOo
Second Branch is the name
of a two-year-old filly brought
back from the U.S. by Ernesto
Paris. The filly is by Senorll
out of Hermet Sent. Paris had
accompanied the filly Ann
Drake to Kentucky where the
latter will b used for breed breeding
ing breeding purposes at Claiborne

rann.
,;;A,nn Drake, by,' Amour Dake-

wmow Ann, was reportedly sold
for a high price because of her
sterling blood lines.
oOo
Gabriel Ossa Vicuna has lost
his consistent performers For Forever
ever Forever and Nagir in claiming rac
es in Puerto Rico. Heroico, which
is racing tn $2,000 claimers, has
not yet been claimed. The Ossa
Vicuna horses are enjoying on only
ly only mild success in Puerto Rico,
according to this report from a
reliable source.
oOo
President Remon track man manager
ager manager Pablo Arosemena Thayer,
Gambling Control Board mem member
ber member Lindy Paredes and assistant
comptroller general of Panama
Eduardo McCulloueh returned

Sunday night from Puerto Rico

favorably impressed by the "5

ana 6 horse racing lottery.
Thev Will make a rennrt. nt

the next meetine of the Pana

ma Gambling Control Board.

"Watch how he eats," Richard

son said, "He doesn't gulp his
food down like a lot of horses.
When 1 beefed him in the evening
he'll usually eat a little and then
relax in the hay for awhile. Then
he'll Cet UD and eat snmo n,r,-

That's good. Gulping food is no

good for people. I don't think it's
good for horses, either."
First Landing's record has nn v

one mar on it. He finished second

to Restless Wind at Jamaica.
Restless Wind was disqualified
and First Landinu waa ouDrrlAt

o anmuKu
the race.

"If that race had been a little
longer." Richai-dsrison o a i "h

would have won without help' from
the Stewards. He had trnnhl at

the gate and at the three
six teenths pole.

Barring accidents, Richardson
believes that First Landing will go
all the wav thrnnoh ft, t..;i

MIC I 1 I Lilt'
Crown.

"You get a horse like this once
every 10 or 15 years,, if you're
lucky." hp stressed "n,.t,

ciden s happen. You can put a

norse in his stall at night and
when you come back in the
morning he's lame. They bang
their legs against the walls.
"I don't think that will happen
o First Landing. He's a quiet fel fellow.
low. fellow. Never raises a fuss."
Richardson walked to another
stall and centlv mMwwi tk. i

of the colt in tt.

"Boy.

tenderly said. "See ihe narrow
forehead on him? No brains.

rirst Landing has a

a muc JUIC
head. He's full of brains."

r zzsr-1

$112,000 For

to gain than lose from this expe

iment. Theater TV is a class

irket in which only a national.

captivating event will sell a

luirement which the likes of

Patterson and Harris patently d.ri

not, and cannot, meet.
f. Leeks National Appeal.
Patterson is a good fighter and

$112,000. Next in order -re Pan

Cho Gonzalez wi'h $81,000 Tonv
Trabert it $35,000. Pancho Segua
at $29,780 and Ken Rosewall at
$25,400.
Gonzalez is going to play In the
Paris and Wembley torunaments
and Hoad, in high spH's ifter a
period of staleness, is staying on
the tour.

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iwo cnuaren ol former AM
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Resorts

FOSTER'S Ceftoeei .nd Larea
Beach House. On mil P the
Casino. Phana Bilbo 1866.
PHILLIPS Occansids Cottaaes
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama J-1 877 Cristobal J-I67J.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Balboa 3681.
Houses
FOR RENT: Pent-house on
Avanida del Peru and 29th Street
house number 29-28. Telephone
3-7400 National Brewery. Three
bedrooms, dininoroom, two room
or servants, terrace, entertain entertainment
ment entertainment hall, other facilities. Price
$250.00 per month.
FOR RENT: Furnished three
bedrooms chalet, maid's room
and garaqc. 43fh. Street No. 1 1-1C7,
1C7, 1-1C7, Bella Vista SI 50.00. Tels.
1-3479 3-0696.
FOR RENT: Furnished house,
just painted, 2 bedrooms, garage,
maid's room. Must be seen to be
appreciated. Only $125 monthly.
Near Hotel Pan,-ma, Via Espa Espa-fia.
fia. Espa-fia. Adjacent to Radio Miramar,
white house.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: Cabin Crusier, with
two Chrysler engines. 46 feet
long. Accomodates ten persons.
Completely equipped. Can be
teen at Colon Yacht Club (Club
Nautico) 3rd. Street and New
Cristobal. For information call
telephone 627 Colon.
Whatever
Happened to .
PETER PUND
Peter Pund, one of a long line
of great football centers at
Georgia Tech, captained the un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten 1928 team that knocked
over Notre dame, 3-0. cham champions
pions champions of the old Southern Con Conference
ference Conference that yeair, Tech went out
in the Rose Bowl and defeated
raHforata. 8-7. With that victory A
the Ramblin' Wreck was ac accorded
corded accorded the chief claim to the
mythical football championship of
that year and its defense star,
cen er Peter Pund, was named
to the All-America team.
Whatever happened to Peter
Pund? He's a New Yorker these
days with the impressive title if
vice president o a business fir.
FOR SALE
Prigete Air conditioner
for automobiles.
Rattan Lux Furniture
Tel. 3-1293
VAUXHALL
FRESH SHIPMENT
JUST RECEIVED
4 Dr. Super Sedans
4 Dr. Station Wagons
Built in England by
GeneralMotors
i European craftsmanship
Beautifully styled
Many luxury retails
Compact familv car
Small car economy
Large trunk sna.ee
Up to 35 M.P.G,
Pay as little as
$9.95
per week
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Come in now for a
demonstration ride.
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For Immediate
3 Room Office Suite 48 nr
Panama Insifcbnce Co. Bldq

Arrow from Hotel El

conditioning, HectrfllQty fU'valor, junior
and night watrhnifr ervic drinking I oun oun-tain
tain oun-tain included in jHHee shop in luiilidT
ing. Se or phonfTaWi. Mary ( ,ol m;tn ;ii the
Panama liiHiiraiiceCi. 3-Ol.ifi.

Apartments

FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Well furnished 2
codroom apartment. Campo Ale Ale-jire.
jire. Ale-jire. Before noon call Panama
2-2110 after noon call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-3290.
Riviera Apt. House. Beautiful
two-bedroom apartment dining,
living, kitchen, porch, two baths,
maid's room anti garage. Call
2-4696. 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom. Alto unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished two bedroom apartment.
Phone 3-0533 or 3 Z694.
FOR SALE: Comfortable apart apartment
ment apartment of one bedroom, dining
room, drawing room, kitchen and
bath room. Apply: 48 Street No.
25 Apartment No. 2.
FOR SALE: 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: Cool and modern
apartment, completely furnished,
one bedroom, kitchenette with
all necessary, stove, refrigerator,
hot water, etc. etc., garage, oak
closet, good neigboors, near to
the busstop. Streen 95 47
San Francisco. I Old 9th Street).
Can be teen 9 to 1 1 and 2 to
5 p.m.
Allhea Gibson Says
Shell Concentrate
On Singing Career
FOREST HILLS, N. Y. (UPI)
Wimhlnr1nn T.ha ITll)ionS Ashley
"nnnc of Australia and Althea'
r.ihsnn of New York, who added
the U. S. tennis singles crowns
to their collections S u n d a y,
headed in different directions to-;
dav Cooper toward new laurels
and Althea into retirement for at j
least a year.
"I'm going to concentrate on
my singing career,' said Miss
r.lhson who defeated Darlene
Hard of Montebelln. Calif., 6.
6-1, 6 2, for her second straight
"little slam" of Wimbledon and
U. S. championships. "No more
competition for me at least until
I960 and even then it all de depends."
pends." depends." But things apparently were
only beginning for Conner, the
21-year-old snorting goods sales salesman
man salesman who licked defending cham champion
pion champion Mai Ande son of Australia,
6 2, 3 6, 4 6. 10-8, 8-6, with a lion lion-hearried
hearried lion-hearried comeback on an injured
ankle.
Cooper has had one of the
greatest years ever, winning the
Australia, Wimbledon aid U. S.
titles.
WINS SINGLES TITLE
BADEN BADEN, Germany
(UPI) Sven Davidson of Sweden,
a former U. S. indoor champion,
won the men's title in the inter
national tennis tournament here
Sunday by h e a t i n c Jacques
Bnchant of Belgium. 6 2, 6-2, in
the finals.
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1958 Austin
Hcalay Roadster $2,650, call
Redman 3351 after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1957 Oldsmebilt
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: 1951 Packard
Patrician, 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 sellinq attractive look looking
ing looking 1958 Mercury Montclair.
Completely equipped, 3700
miles. Reasonably priced. Can be
financed. Telephone 2-1533.
From 9 to 13 a.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 one Ton.
Chevrolet Pannel Truck. Good
condition $700.00. 36-387 or
3-1912.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Truck. Good condition. $200.00.
Fhone 3-1912 or 36-387.
FOR SALE: 1 50 Chevrolet
Fickup truck A Ton. Fair con condition
dition condition $300.00 3-1912' or 36 36-387.
387. 36-387. FOR SALE: 1950 Nash, excel excellent
lent excellent motor and body. See at
Courthouse, Ancon or house
110-A Gamboa. Balboa 2-1732
or Gamboa 6-731.
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Nile until 9:00 p.m.
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR ANY
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Available now in the
Canal Zone.
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe Taught by
DOROTHY CHASE
will be resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
announced later.
August 15 to Sept. 15
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
8 DAY
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Inc
air fare, transfer, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave evevy Tues. and Frl.
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the first and only
transistor
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: One lot Christmai
cards, English and Spanish. One
lot costume jewerly. National
Avenue No. 36 in passage way.
FOR SALE: Air-compressor with
or without new 60 cycle motor.
5512-C. Diablo.
FOR SALE: Paint sprayer, V
h.p. 115 volts. Crib and mat mattress.
tress. mattress. High-chair convertible tor
play. Big bathinerte and a small
one. All in perfect condition.
Call 2-5563 Panama.
Oldtimers To Play
Paraiso Youngsters
In Basketball Game
A long-standing controversy
will be settled tomorrow eve evening
ning evening in the Paraiso gym when
oldtimers and present-day bas basketball
ketball basketball players tangle in an ex exhibition
hibition exhibition game, slated to get un underway
derway underway at 7:30.
The game was arranged after
several weeks or dispute De
tween the two factions as to
whether present day boys are
i of better material than the old
fellows of the past.
( Old cagers like Amos Blade's
Parry Glttens, Clifford Nurse,
John West, William Gittens,
William Gordon ind Erick Oak
ley weiv; the center of the dis
cusslon, which forced a group of
youngsters to accept the chal
lenge for the special engage
mertt that has attracted legions
of young and old sports fans in
the community.
The sons of Blades, Gordon,
West and Oakley will do every everything
thing everything possible to defeat their
dads in the tussle, and folks are
wondering what will be the out outcome
come outcome of the meeting, and what
will follow if the boys thrash
their fathers.
All in all, interest is high, and
fans may anticipate an evening
of much enjoyment. while the
struggle lasts.
Sports Briefs
FOOTBALL INJURY FATAL
BEAUMONT, Tex, (UPI) -Jimmy
Amason, 16, died here
Sunday as a result of a broken
neck suffered in a high school
football game Friday night.
Amason, a halfback on the Jas Jasper,
per, Jasper, Tex., High School team, wan
injured when he made a tackle
during a game against Kirby Kirby-ville.
ville. Kirby-ville. RECEIVES SPORTS AWARD
NEW YORK (UPI) Soorts
columnist Frank Graham of the
New York Journal American
has been selected to receive the
fourth annual Grantland Rice
Award by the Sportsmanship
Brotherhood.
LEAVES FOR EUROPE
NEW YORK (UPI) A six
man U. S. weightlifting team
left here Sunday bv plane to
compete in th worlfl chamnion
ships at Stockholm Sept. 16 21.
RECALLED FROM MINORS
CHICAGO (UPI) -r The San
Francisco Giants have called up
shortstop Anrlro RodTers and
"'tcher Dom Znni from their
Phoenix. Ariz., form team. TTipy
will rer-eM tn the team in Pitts
burgh Thursday.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
Esso Standard Oil, S.A., a Corpora
tion, Plaintiff, vs. Alan S. Wallace, l)e
fendant. Summons Civil No. 4732. Ac
tion brought In the United States DIs
trlct Court for the District of the Ca
nal Zone, and Complaint filed In the
Office of the Clerk of said Court,
the Division above given.
To:
The Above Named Defendant:
You are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
In the above -entitled action, on or be
fore the 24 day of October, 1958.
And you are hereby notified that tin
less you do appear and answer, the
plaintiff will take judgment for any
money or damages demanded In the
comdalnt as arising upon contract.
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 2A day of August,
19.18.
Kara de la Pefia
Clerk
SEAL
By Lois E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To: Alan S. Wallace, Defendant:
The foregoing summons Is sarytd up
on vou by publication purauant to the
Order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge of the United States Dis District
trict District Court for the District of the Ca
nal Zone, daled August 22. 158. and
entered and filed In thia action In the
Office of the Clerk of the United Stats
District Court for the Division of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa on August 22. 1 :.
Sara de la PeAa
Clerk
By lils E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk

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FOR SALE: Kenmore electric
rrtary sewing machine portable,
complete with attachment and
earring case. Price $125. I.B.M.
12" preitigie elite electric type typewriter
writer typewriter with stand, $275. Items
can be sen at quarters 113-B
Albrook Tel. 86-7188.
FOR SALE: Davenport set,
Wardrobe, Dressing table, China
closet, dining table, No. 8053,
10 Street Melendez Apt. Ne. 10
after 5.00 p.m. Daily.
FOR SALE: Freezer General
Electric, 11 cu. ft. Upright 60
cycle, 1 year old, perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Quarry Heights 3275.'
Commercial Sites
Mercedes Building. De luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Am Ample
ple Ample parking space. Night watch watchman.
man. watchman. Moderate rents. Balboa
Avenue, next to nuns school.
Ricardo A. Miro S. A. Tel.
2-3436.

NFFE President Warns Of Creeping Return

Of Spoils System In US Federal Service

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sept. 9
The need for extension and pro
tection of the merit system in the
Federal service, adoption of a
pay policy which will enable the
federal government to credit and
retain the best qualified employt-s,
and enactment of legislation to
provide for recognition of orani orani-zations
zations orani-zations of Federal employees,
in his report to the organization'?
biennial envention which opened
its sessions here today.
President Owen said that the
NFFE has enjoyed "cordial, co
operative and mutually helpful re relationships
lationships relationships with thP" great mijor
ity of Federal administrators" t
virtually all levels and in all de
partments and agencies. He point
ed out, however, that the ar.ti
tude of aloofness and apparent
disinterest withi respect to feder
al personnel matters- at som
high levels in the administration
has been a serious problem in re
cent years, and remains so.
The NFFE executive noted Miat
reestablishment of position of Snc
cial Assistant to the President for
Personnel Management "reprc
sents some recognition that net
ter liaison must be developel
There is need, however, for more
positive action at the highest lev
els of Government; more under
standing of the complex hum-in
Droblems involved: and a more
evident willingness to give recog
nition, in ways both tangible and
intangible to the fact that it is
the devoted career employes who
carry the burdens of the day to
day functioning of our govern
ment.
"Career Federal employes want
no sDecial kudos for doing their
job faithfully and well.
"But it is axiomatic that men
and women in anv endeavor' and
In every walk of life resDond and
do their best work in a climate
of understanding. in a situa
tion in which the word tearf
work' has a real and not merelv
synthetic meaning, or is of li
mited application.
"The creation or that kind of
climate, so irrtnortant to the bes
and most efficient functioning of
the Federal service, is a major
resDonsibilitv of those who occu
nv the highest positions in Jh
Govprnment. for thev can d
much to produce the rlimate that
exists bv their attitudes, aware
ness of conditions, and develop
ment of communications.
"It is a source of regret that
too often in recent years such tp
soonsihilitv has not been fuV"
met bv some whose positi
make that resnonsibility preemi
nentlv theirs. That lack could not
fail to leave its markvuoon th
PVripral service. It has done so
Dicussin? the merit principle in
the Federal servif. Owen derlar
pd that "thp establishment, main
tcnancp, and pnlarppm-nt of sche
uThs of positions which are ex
cmntpd from evil service mav
hp rationalized bv those respons'
Mn fnr ttioir establishment but
thov cannot hp condoned.
"The National Federation of
Federal Emnloves stands four
souare on the proposition that all
positions, except a verv few
which are top policy making or
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PERSONALS
George, everything is alright. H.
Mrs, Mignon lonthe Granth: Your
visit accounting department CASA
ADMIRABLE will be appreciated.
Lesson
Dorest Waites School df Danc Dancing;
ing; Dancing; Ballroom, Ballet, Tee, Tap,
Acrobatic, Modern ja. Knights
ef Columbus Hall, 2-2363.
ATTENNTION! WEST BANK
Ann Lattin School of Dancing
will re-open September 16th
3:30 to 5:30. Cocoli Clubhouse
2nd floor, phone Balboa 2-4415.
THREATENS ASTONISHMENT
LONDON (UPI) The English
Law Society s Gazette touay
quoted a letter by a lawyer in
India to point up the "rather
monotonous English style in legal
documents published at hnme
The Indian letter ead: "Dear
Sir, unless you pay the ru
pees that you owe me with.
in seven days of this date, we
genuinely confidential in nature,
should be under civil service.''
He took note of the fact thit
some legislative proposals have
been made "which would radical
ly alter the traditional civil serv
ice system. Ihey have been put
forward, according to their pro
ponents, for the purpose of lm
proving the efficiency of civil
Service administration. However,
the real effect of these proposals
would be to open the door to a
return of the spoils system on a
wholesale scale. We have vigorous
ly opposed such proposals and
will continue to do so."
Owen said that recent enact
ment of classified pay legislation
'reflected not only a recognition
of the needs of the employes but
r ii i . i
ui ine severe nanaicap to ine uov
ernment of pay schedules which
were wholly unrealistic."
He declared that "the time has
come for the government to ex
ercise progressive, far sighted
leadership in this and other a
reas of personnel administration.
and to become in truth and fact
leader rather than a laggard
follower in the field of nersonn?!
administration."
- i
The report included a summarv
of legislative progress in which
Owen asserted that "it has been
the experience of the NFFE for
more than 40 years that there is
no substitute for the patient and
persistent prestntation of ne
facts, and the willingness of off!
cials to place credence in our
presentations on the basis of 'he
organization's reputation for inte
grity, fairness, and dedication to
the best interests of our country
and its people."
The -real j test of the NFFE's
program and its approach to leg
lslative and other problems, he
said, "is to be found in the tangi tangi-ble
ble tangi-ble results achieved and the repu
tation earned over thP past tour
decades. There can be no doubt
but that those results are the
most eloouent and forceful spokes
men of all."
Commenting on th, NFFE's con
tinuing "Truth Campaign." Owen
reported that "there has been a
decided change for the better in
the public's understanding of what
the federal service, is the service
its employes render, and the
need for the exercise of leader leadership
ship leadership by the federal government
personnel administration". He
added, however, that "much yet
remains to be done in this area,"
and he pledged that the truth
campaign would bp continued anr1
intensified "to the fullest extent
of our resources."
' In concluding his report, Owen
declared that "the reputation
Player Of The Day
PEDRO RAMOS
Pedro Ramos is one Senator
who doesn't let Casey Stengel's
double talk confuse him.
Stengel habitually refers to the
Washington pitcher as "the little
fella with one pitch." Casey
meani Ramos doesn't have as
much equipment as many other
American League pitchers, al although'
though' although' he concedes Pedro "knows
how to move it around to get
fellas out."
But it wouldn't s really make
much difference" what Stengel
savs because Ramos hat the
"Indian sign" on Casey's Yarn;
ees. He shut them out f the
second strai&ht time. 1-0. Sunday
and has a string of 22 straight
scoreless innings against the
American Leaeue champions.
It was the 14th victory of the
year for the 23 year-old native of
Pinar, Cuba, who can confuse
Stengel, too, because he doesn't
speak English either.

Miscellaneous

1, L,
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
FOUND: One camera at Good Goodyear
year Goodyear Plant, Will deliver to owner
on proper identification. See
Lynch at Goodyear Office.
TRADITION FALLING
HANNOVER, Germany (UPI)
Another German tradition is fall falling
ing falling by the wayside: the living
room-with kitchen.
A working committee on the
modern kitchen reported that
more than 80 per cent of me
homes going up this year in West
Germany will have kitchens just
big enough for cooking. This com compares
pares compares with 1950 when 80 per cent
of new homes still contained the
huge "wohnkueche" where moth mother
er mother cooked while the rest of the
family used the other end of the
same room as a living room.
shall take such steps as will cause
you the utmost damned astonish astonishment."
ment." astonishment."
which the NFFE now enjoys for
integrity and high-minded devotion
to the national interest we must
not only cherish and protect bi t
ao all within our power to still
further enhance. We can do this
best by maintaining fully our stal
wart independence and complete
ireeoom to act, at all times and
under all circumstances, for what
we regard to be the best inter
ests of our meiriberf, the Feder
al service, and the nation,
"The record shows that this
view is widely, and increasingly,
shared by thoughtful, men. and
women both wittHand outside
the federal- service.
"The place tf recognized leutd
ership the NBM occupies is at
one a great responsibility, a hieh
cnaiienge, ana an immense opppor
tunity.
"I know that 'th. NFFE will
face the responsibilities and the
challenge with courage and with
vision, and will grasp the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity with a firm resolve to
make the most of it for our mem members
bers members and for our country."
Weekend Sports
Saturday
NEW YORK r tir e e
Stable's Cohoes nipped Mister
Jive by a head to win the $28,700
Sysonby Mile at Belmont Park.
SALEM, N. II. Irish ,bred
Mark Antony ran a fmile and 70
yards in 1:39 1-5 to set a world
record and win the $7,500 Man
Chester Handicap at Rockingham
rarK.
HIED R ICHSHAFEN. Ger.
West Germany's Armin Hary
bettered the world mark for the
100-meter run with a time of 10
seconds.
Atlantic CITY-Dotted Line
moved up from last place lo
score a length and half vie
tory over Rear Treat in the Miss
America Turf Handicap, and
earn $19,037.
ROTTERDAM, The Netherlands
William Steinkraus of Westport,
Conn., won the Grand Prix of the
cuy oi Koueraam, a major
event oi tne Rotterdam interna
tional horse show.
BUDAPEST Russia won the
men's title in the Eur pem
swimming championships and
The Netherlands captured t h e
women's team championship.
Sunday
MONZA, Itly Tony Brooks
of Great Britain averaged 121.155
miles per hour to win tne 250
mile grand Prix of Italy auto
race.
FOREST HILLS, N. Y. Aus
tralia's Ashley Cooper came from
behind to down his favored coun
tryman, Mai Anderson, 6-2, 3 6,
4-6, 10-8, 8-6, in the final round
of the U. S. men't singles tennis
championships.
FOREST HILLS, N. f Al
lhea Gibson of New York re
tained her U. S. women's singles
tennis title by beatln; Darlene
Hard of Montebello, Calif., 3-6,
6-1, 6-2.
CHICAGO Steve Nagy of
Birmingham, Mich., won the sec
ond George London $50,000
bowling tournament.
ROTTERDAM J- France won
the "Prix des Natiofts" Jumping
event in the final competition
the five say Rotterdam Interna
tional horse show.

WANTED

WANTED : Competent English
Spanish stenographer. Stats) ex experience.
perience. experience. Apply Apartado 5411,
Panama.
WANTED: Unfurnished or
partly furnished house er apart apart-ment
ment apart-ment with three er four bed
rooms, in residential section,
Camp Alee re er II
Preferred Hotel Tivoli,
266.
WANTED: Will buy car for up
to $700. 3-7745 Panama.
SERVICES
T.V., ratio. Hi-Pi, transmitter
repairs. Call William Shirley.
Phone Panama 2-5113.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Prompt service
Fair prices
Boston Technicians
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6 MONTHS GUARANTEE OK
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
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emergency or monthly budget
basil. Telephone Pronto Service,
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SKINDIVERS: We can new fill
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for $2.00 Service Charge. Re Remember
member Remember tee we have only the
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REDS CHARGE THREAT
MOSCOW (UPI) The Commi Commi-mst
mst Commi-mst Party organ Pravda charge'
yesterday that the Western pow powers
ers powers w.ee uing West Germany'!
armed foj-ces to thraten Seaadin Seaadin-via
via Seaadin-via security. Commenting on
JestGe?man naval exercises in
the Baltic, Pravd. said Wester i
toahjgist were "hat chin :
schemes for making the Baltic i
I A 111 mn." i.w) i .
on the high sen."
wa
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Negroes Delayed When Trying
To Enroll As Undergraduates
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 9 (UPI) Seventeen Negroes shpwed up at the New Or Orleans
leans Orleans branch of Louisiana State University today to register for classes, but school
officials blocked their admittance pending arrival of a Federal court order removing
racial barriers at the school.
The Negroes, about half of them girls, were stopped at the gate to the newly newly-created
created newly-created school, housed in an abandoned Naval Reserve air station, by a gatekeeper.
While the Negroes were waiting, white students filed past to begin registering.
There were no incidents.
The tate attorney general's office in a race against time, was preparing writs
fr presentation to the U.S. Ffifth Circuit Court of Appeals in an attempt to have the
Federal court order suspended.
ti Attorney general Jack Gremillion said he hoped to have the writs ready before

the day was over. But A. P. Tureaurj, attorney Tor me Negroes, saiu ne ouviu
clients to make application immediately.
If upheld in higher courts, Federal District Judge Herbert Christenberry order
weuld make the first break in school segregation at the undergraduate level in the
Mate. Negroes have been enrolled in the graduate school at the main Louisiana State
campus at Baton Rouge for several years.

' The Little Rock School Board
Id the Supreme Court yester yester-lay
lay yester-lay that the administration and
Congress have "shown little will will-ngness"
ngness" will-ngness" to overcome anti-inte-sration
actions by the governor,
legislature and people of Arkan Arkan-las
las Arkan-las
The board, in a formal appeal
the high tribunal, insisted it
a entitled to the 2Vi-year cool-ng-ol
fperiod which a district
judge ordered for embattled
EJenVal High School but which
cfte Eithth Circuit Court of Ap Appeals
peals Appeals overruled.
Yesterday's petition, mailed to
the high court by Little Rock at attorney
torney attorney Richard C. Butler, mark marked
ed marked another legal step in the
Bputhern fight against school
integration.
The battle will reach its his historic
toric historic climax when the high
court resumes consideration of
the issue Thursday.
In pleading for the integra integration
tion integration delay at Central High,
which scheduled to reopen next
Monday, Butler said it should be
granted "regardless of the source
onri motivation of the destruc
tive forces" which have fought
desegregation.
Butler apparently was an answering
swering answering the Justice Depart Department's
ment's Department's argument that the con constitutional
stitutional constitutional rnv lit s of some citi citizens
zens citizens are not to be "suspended
or ignored because of the an antagonistic
tagonistic antagonistic acts of others."
The School Board's appeal
said that "certainly the legisla legislative
tive legislative ar.d political departments of
the U.S. government have dis displayed
played displayed little willingness to assist
in the implementation" of dese desegregation.
gregation. desegregation. It said this was true "although
the matter would seem to rest
more appropriately in those de de-partm
partm de-partm nts where obstruction by
the governor and Legislature
and mass opposition by the peo people
ple people of a state is concerned."
To order immediate resump resumption
tion resumption of integration at Central
High, the appeal said, would
mean a return to "the bedlam,
turmoil and chaos which has
been destroying the school dis district
trict district and has emasculated the
educational program."
Butler emphasized that the
Little Rock board had "made a
prompt start toward riese rela relation
tion relation and has continued through throughout
out throughout to exercise good faith
Warning that denial of a de
lay "will have a profound effect
over the nation" he said it would
discourage other Southern school
districts from voluntary comnli comnli-ance
ance comnli-ance with school desegregation
Orders in the future.
Meanwhile, a federal judge
yesterday ordered the only

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high school in Warren County,
Va., opened next week to Ne Negroes
groes Negroes who have to travel as
much as 50 miles to schools for
their own race in adjoining
counties.
in three other Virginia locali localities,
ties, localities, where integration was
sought for the current term,
schools opened with white and
Negro children still trudging
their separate ways to class.
In each case, the pattern could
be upset by further court rulings
in a matter of days.
But underlying the Negroes'

intense struggle to study witn
whites was the blunt state law
that says any white school
where Negroes are admitted
shall be closed.
U.S. District Judge John Paul
at Harrisonburg, Va., ordered
Warren County to desegregate
Its high school at Front Royal
and granted only a one-week
stay whijh would give the State
and County School Board time
to file an appeal.
If the U.S. Fourth Circuit
Court of Appeals refuses to
grant a further stay, at least 26
Negro students involved in tne
case could aDply to admission to
Warren HiEh next week. The
Negroes have been riding buses
30 to 50 miles to schools in otner
counties.
In Alexandria, Arlington Coun County
ty County and Richmond there was no
breakthrough in the color bar
rier but Federal judges made it
clear that the arrangement was
onlv temporary.
Everything appeared to hinge
on the Suoreme Court's deci
sion, nossibly later in the week,
on the Intpsirptton stay granted
Little Rock, Ark., by a circuit
court.
Almost unnoticed because of
the crimes In Virginia and Ark Arkansas,
ansas, Arkansas, schools in Nashville,
Tenn., began their second year
of mixed classes, with the second
erade joinlntr the first grade in
taking the big step.
About 30 Negroes began
classes in previously all-white
grammar schools without in incident.
cident. incident. It was "just like a Sun Sunday
day Sunday school class," said one
teacher.
This was in contrast to a vear
a"o when angry crowds demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated at the schools and one
school building was blown up at
niht.
The new back-to-school crisis
included these other develop developments:
ments: developments: New Orleans U. S. District
Judie Herbert Christenberry is issued
sued issued a preliminary injunction to
nrevent discrimination against
Ncroes at the new branch of

State .

Louisiana State University In
New Orleans.
A Negro attorney said he
would advise some 80 qualified
Negroes to register for under undergraduate
graduate undergraduate work. Negroes are al already
ready already attending the graduate
school of LSU's main campus in
Baton Rouge.
The state was reported plan planning
ning planning to seek a suspension of the
New Orleans order through the
U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals
there. t ,M
Van Biiren, Ark. About half
of 60 white students returned to
class after anti Integration
strike. None of 13 Negroes who
enrolled last week were in school
yesterday. The National Assn. for
ine Aovancemeiii, ui iuiuicu
People sued in Federal Court to
make Van Buren School Board
enforce order and preserve the
Negro students' constitutional
riyhts. ,
North Little Rock, Ark. High
school opened on segregated ba
sis with ponce on nana. t;rowas
gathered on corners nearby af after
ter after rumors were spread that Ne Negroes
groes Negroes would attempt to enroll as
they did last year. No Negroes
appeared.
Van Buren School Supt. Ev Everett
erett Everett Kelley accepted the
strikir"- white students back
on their promise to "walk the
straight and narrow" and
make up every class t""' hiss hissed.
ed. hissed. U. Simpson Tate, Southwest
regional attorney for the NAACP,
filed suit in nearby Fort Smith
against the school board, Kelley
and "unknown persons acting in
concert and part with tnem.
He accused the school board of
violating a 1956 compact witn
U.S. District Judge John E. Mil Miller
ler Miller and the NAACP to Integrate
the high school gradually.
About 45 students, compared
with about 60 Friday, stood on
the Frisco Railroad tracks be behind
hind behind Van Buren High yesterday
before the last bell rang.
Part of them broke away and
with their parents beside them,
returned to classes. Twenty Twenty-eight
eight Twenty-eight remained after school.
started.
George Hudgins, 16, a Negro
honor student, has left Van Bu
ren and registered in a segre segregated
gated segregated school in Dardenelle, Ark.,
Kelley reponea.
"I'm sorry to lose him," Kel Kelley
ley Kelley said. "He was a level-headed
fellow. He kept things calm
amontr the others."
Hudgins was listed among the
plaintiffs in Tate's suit. The
others, all Negro students, are
Thomas Lerov and Joe David
Banks. Freddy Eugene Bell and
Nathf niel Ernestine and Leroy
Norwood.
Mrs. Georgia Bell, 70, Freddy
Bell's grandmother, said she got
the impression from the Negro
students that they don't Intend
to return to school until they
"get a decision from the ludge
Tate asked Judde Miller to
make the defendants show cause
immediately why they should
not be held in contempt, or, as
an alternative, enjoin them from
"continuing the unlawful con conduct."
duct." conduct." Tate said In his. suit that Judge
Miller and the NAACP in Sep September,
tember, September, 1956, approved a school
board plan to integrate the
school gradually and that 26 Ne Negroes
groes Negroes attended last year without
difficulty.
He charged that the school
boarti, having put the first part
of the plan into effect, now re refuses
fuses refuses to go ahead with the sec second
ond second Dart.
"The defendants fully and
rnmnletelv failed and refused tn
jdo a single act . either to dis
courage or prevent violence, he
said.
He additionally charged that
thev refused to "show any con-
icern with plaintiffs' degradation
at the hands of the mob."
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BACK TO SCHOOL Girvaud Roberts tries to talk to a group of white girls standing out outside
side outside Piedmont Junior High School, Charlotte, N.C., shortly before classes began. Girvaud
arrived alone to continue attending an otherwise all-white school.

Britain Race
LONDON (UPI) U.S. military
authorities have placed all race
riot areas in Britain "off limits"
to American servicemen regard regardless
less regardless of rank, it was disclosed
today.
The decision was made known
while Prime Minister Harold Mac Mac-millan
millan Mac-millan met with his cabinet to dis dis-cuass
cuass dis-cuass the clashes between whites
and Negroes, principally in Lon London's
don's London's Notting Hill district last
week.
All personnel leaving U.S. bases
on furloughs were informed that
the trouble-spots, and particularly
the Notting Hill district were off
limits Until further notice.
Ah Air Force spokesman said
the ban applied equally to white
and colored servicemen.

Young American Ballet Dancers Win Isthmian Hearts

After winning its three au
diencles at the Rio Theater,
the young and talented dan dancers
cers dancers of the San Francisco Bal Ballet
let Ballet took their final curtain
calls last night.
Isthmians hat taken young
company to their hearts, giv giving
ing giving their most appreciative
response to t he Nutcracker
Suite which ended all three
performance:..
The San Francisco Com Company's
pany's Company's director Lew Chistensen
had done new choreography
for the ballet performed to
Tsachalkowsky's music.
Nutcracker is an old favorite,
because of its gay movements
and the scope it igives for both
individual and group interpre interpretation.
tation. interpretation. Christtensen's version
brought a fresh concept to its
fantasy.
Leonard Welsgard's costumes
did much for the number. Us
ing now pastels, and again
clear color, he "painted ap apparel
parel apparel on the dancers with such
skill that even patrons far
back in the theatre received
the complete effect.
Much as the audience liked
the black-and-white lambs, the
bull, the Spanish beauty, the
stick-candy figures, its great
est response went to the danc
ing of Sally Bailey and Richard
Carter in the grand pas de
deux which preceded the fi finale.
nale. finale. "This company is charac characteristically
teristically characteristically American," one ob observer
server observer felt after watching Bal Bal-lentino,
lentino, Bal-lentino, a modern black-and-white
number, and the Dryad.
These numbers performed to
the music of Vivaldi and Schu Schubert
bert Schubert opened both the Saturday
and Sunday performances.
Others in the audience had
noticed that the girls, as phy-
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"It has been imposed more as
a precautionary measure than
anything else," the spokesman
said. "As far as I know none of
our men has been involved in the
racial troubles,' but we don't want
to take any chances."
Macmillan returned from his
country residence at Chequers to
preside over the cabinet meeting
at 10. Downing St. All but three
ministers, who are abroad, attend attended
ed attended the meeting, the first since
Aug. 27. Decisions, if any, were
not disclosed immediately.
Following the cabinet meeting,
Home Secretary R. A. Butler and
Colonial Secretary alan Lennox Lennox-Boyd
Boyd Lennox-Boyd met with three West Indian
sical types, might have been
pickeci at random from any
college campus in the United
States. And the danseurs, with
the exception of guest artist
Leon Danielian, and tall styliz stylized
ed stylized Carter, might have been
fcund in ranks of the military
at Albrook and Ft. Amador.
What distinguished the per performers
formers performers fri their prototypes
in college or in uniform was
their ability to dance.
"So relaxed," said one bal balletomane.
letomane. balletomane. Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 9" 86
Low T, 79
HUMIDITY:
High 97 91
Low 60 85
WIND:
(max. mph) N-15 N-ll
RAIN (inches) T .13
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 84
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10
High
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12:53 p.m.
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leaders who flew to London to
discuss the racial conflict.
They were Jamaica's First Min Minister
ister Minister Norman Manley, Deputy
Prime Minister of the West Indies
Federation, Dr. CP. Lacorbiniere,1
and Prime minister Dr. H.G.H.
Cummins of the Barbados.
Informed sources said Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth countries might be asked
to curb migration of colored per persons
sons persons to Britain. The sources said
the West Indian leaders would be
told that jobs for colored persons
in Britain were becoming scarcer.
Police, meantime, reported "all
quiet" in the West London slum
area of Notting Hill, scene of the
worst riots, and other troublesome
areas.
"But with so much verve,"
another pointed out.
All in all the company un underlined
derlined underlined the new spirit sur surrounding
rounding surrounding ballet in the United
States, and one which is also
found in the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama and certain other coun countries
tries countries of this hemisphere.
No longer is ballet for the
few, the exceptional.
Thousands upon thousands
of elementary and high school
students are getting instruc instruction
tion instruction in ballet either in school
or outside classes. Out of this
la growing a new approach to
the art and widened apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of both its newer and
traditional aspects.
Modern ballet is gaining in
acceptance, but classical bal ballet
let ballet is not forgotten or discard discarded.
ed. discarded. The ever-popular Black
Swan, danced here by guest
artist Jocelyn Vollmar and
Danielian, rounded out a well
balanced program.
Also performed during the
series were Concerto Barroco,
with choreography by Ballan-
WINNER SOUGHT
The Central Theatre wishes
to remind it patrons that the
drawing for the raffle of the
trip to Europe and $500.00
cash which the Central Thea Theatre
tre Theatre offers took place last
Sunday, September 7th ac according
cording according to the First Prize of
the National Lottery. The
winner should call at the of office
fice office of the Central Theatre
to claim the passage and the
cash ( prize.
THE MANAGFMENT.
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Read story on page 6
Girls Of Summer' Talk A Fast
As Girls Of Any Other Season

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The Theater Guild is tackling
quite a handful with its latest
produetion "Girls of Summer"
by N. Richard Nash, playing at
the Guild's playhouse in Ancon
this week. I
A handful because the fjfmik
a pint-sized emotional drama
with large wallops of psycholo psychology
gy psychology thrown in, the characters
are continually analyzing then then-inner
inner then-inner selves, and the plot is Just
about as simple as plots can get.
This somewhat unpromising
material requires the principles
to act with a high degree of
feeling. W
The Guild Players very nearly
made It last night, and having
got over their first-night jitters,
they will probably give the play
all the impact it needs for the
rest of the week.
Last night they must have
Gibson Obsequies
Set For Tomorrow
Funeral services for Fitz A
Gibson, a retired Panama Canal
employe who died Sunday, have
been scheduled for tomorrow at
1 o.m. at St. Peter's Church, La
Boca, followed by burial in tin
Corozal Cemetery.
Mr. Gibson's eldest son, Wil
liam A Panama's rnnsnl doner
al in Jamaica, B.W.I., was sched
uled, to arrive i in Panama eariy
today to complete arrangements
lor the funeral.
The 67 vear-old Barbadian was
a long time resident of Panama
and was prominent in fraternal
circles around the Isthmus.
In addition to his son. William,
Mr. Gibson is survived by his
wife and several other children
including Fitz, a sergeant in the
aflto repair section of the Nation National
al National Guard: Lillian; Joseph; Made
line; Eleitha; Viola and Agnes
and several grandchildren.
chine, Beauty and the Shep Shepherd
herd Shepherd and Don Quijote.
Earl Murray was the musical
director for the company. The
orchestra was composed of
Panama musicians, c h i efly
members of the National
Symphony group.
Panama businessman Artu Artu-ro
ro Artu-ro Maduro presented the bal ballet
let ballet which came here under the
aspices of the American Na National
tional National Theater Academy, and
under the sponsorship of Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's special fund.
PAA's First Jet
Airliner Crosses
Atlantic In 3.47
LONDON (UPI) Pan-American
Wctld AirwaysVirst Boeing
707 commercial jet airliner
crossed the Atlantic last night
from Gander, Newfoundland, to
Shannon, Ireland, in three hours
and 47 minutes.
The huge airliner covered the
1,975-mile stretch at an average
525 miles per hour and at times
traveled as fast as 610, a PAA
spokesman said when the liner
reached London.
The 707 was flown here to un undergo
dergo undergo 36 hours of flight and noise
tests. Aboard the jet were two
flight crews receiving training on
how to operate the ship, PAA and
Boeing officials and others con
nee'ed with the jet's design.
There was almost no noise at
London airport, until the ship
touched down, when a "terrific
roar" boomed out, a spoxesman
said.

JEkkY LEWIS gives one of the great performances
of all time as "THE SAD SACK". . his most
hilarious role! See "The Sad Sack" co-starring
David Wayne. .. a Hal Wallis production for
Paramount. .in VistaVision OPENING this week weekend
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known their lines too well, or
something because thev went

along at Sputnik speed from
first to last, never varying the
pace.
How we sighed for a few pre'
nant pauses, a few moments ot
golden silence.
The story concerns an aarthT
construction foreman in hin
best holiday suit who sweeps a4'
18-year-old eirl off. her feet, and
then falls for her refined frus
trated, spinster sister who if
definitely the original mixed-up
kid.
Anyway, the beefy phUosol
pher -lover straiehtens her nntl
shows her true self and wind
uryiasping her to his no doubt
iiw cnest
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Earl AlmflUist was the mint
convincing player as the beefy
toreman. He had a forceful part
and gave it all he had.
The spinster was played by
Rennie Morehouse. She tackled
the most difficult part with
feeling nd -if she slows down a
bit and points the climaxes, her
performance will be first-rate
Edna Lang who is 21, success successfully
fully successfully put' the clock back three
years to portray the 18-Tyear-old
girl and was pretty and ex expressive.
pressive. expressive. Other parts were played by
Ron Wilson, Richard Rothmund,
Richard Van d e more, Anita
Leonard, Alice Wibel.
The play was completely di directed
rected directed by Art Payne Winter'
Kid.
TICKLY HEAT Lovely Ruth
Platzer of Margate City, NJ,
has found a do-it-yourself
method of beating the heat, at
she splashes herself coolinghr
with the aid of a garden hose.
And if that doesn't work, she's;
not far from the famous beaeh
at Atlantic City.

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