The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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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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the jungle, are, left to right, A2c Daniel E.
A. FeUe of Fort Clayton and A3c Ga ,P.
they walked out of the bush ana anet a rescue
taken to the dispensary for examination by
-eanv surgeons' of filce.

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who sparft
tnem ntxt ume way
Several times during
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- tHem through the thick foliage.

The men were A2cs Gary D.
Hartley and Daniel E. Neary of
Detachment 31, 8th Weather
Group at Albrook Air Force
Base; and Sp .5 David A. Feller
of Headquarters Battery, 4th
Gun Battalion, 617th Artillery,
Fort Clayton.
They walked out of the jun jungle
gle jungle on thev West bank late
yesterday afternoon almost
into the arms of rescuers after
a rock-hunting trip Whteb
turned Into a surf hral exercise
In real earnest, and had foot
patrols, helicopters and jeeps
muring large areas of jungle.
Today the men are back on
duty at weather branches at
Fort Clayton and Albrook and
planning their next jungle trip.
Only the next time, they are a a-greed,
greed, a-greed, there will be rockets in
their survival kits.
They set off Monday morning
for an exploration and -rock-hunting
trip in the Jungle in the
Empire Range area.
At about 11 a.m., they parked
their car near the intersection
of K-l! and K-10 roads and fol followed
lowed followed a disused track into the
jungle. Leaving the road, they
struck out into the Jungle fol following
lowing following a network of streams.
About 1 p.m., just as they
were about to. turn back, a
heavy rainstorm started and
swelled the streams so quickly
that they could not recognize
th one they had followed,
and all their tracks were cov covered.
ered. covered. They realized they were com completely
pletely completely lost. As night fell they
tried to light a fire but could
ilnd no dry wood.
Hartley had a hard time be
cause the soles had come off
both his shoes. AH three used
their caps and strips of their
hlrts to bind round his feet.
They slept on rocks. Yesterday,
thev started following the swol
len streams down until they
caine wj o.c
way the Jungle was so thick they
were moving only about 10 feet
every 15 minutes.
At one stage tney came to a
clearing, but even here the grass
was ten feet high.
They continued to follow the river
downstream, believing it would
lead them lo Gatun or Gambioa.
Then they stumbled across an
old pipeline.
They forsook the rlvr to fol follow
low follow this and at 4:70 yestercioy

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over 30 hours lost in tho jungle

ot?n
their -ordeal, res cue helicopter
and shouted and whistled, the
afternoon, it suddenly led thorn
out on to tho K4 rood, whora
they staggered exahusted under
tho surprised gaio of one of tho
searches, M-Sgt. Joo Milam.
Shortly afterwards a patrol of
tne Reconnaissance Platoon of the
1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry en
countered Milam and the three
men.
They were taken immediate immediate-for
for immediate-for iy Army vehlel. to tho Fort
Kobbe Dispensary where they
examined by Capt. H. ft. Chap Chap-polio,
polio, Chap-polio, of the USARCARIB Surgro
en's Office, and found to be In
good condition.
Said Feller today "We bad
food to last us Id days if neces necessary
sary necessary and other jungit equipment,
including machetes tnd knivt?
lighters, matches and cigarretes
We were confident of setting out
eventually by followirt:; tie riyots
"Our mam worry was that the
rescuers might be putting thorn
selves into dngr on our ac account.
count. account. If only we narf a flaie
there would hae been no
panic. W, shall certainly take
them with us next time."
When the men wre reporu-d
Chiva Driver Nabbed
For Burglarizing
Homes At Santa Clara
Panama detectives have captur captured
ed captured achiva driver believed to be
a member of a band of Ihievtw
who have been burglarizing the
country homes of several Isth Isthmians
mians Isthmians at Snata Clara.
Detectives reported the arrest
of Jorge' A. Valerin, who is ac
cused of transporting stolen good?
in his cniva. A woman, whose
name nas not oeen revealed, is
also reportedly being held as a
"ce.ver of goj
homes have been burglarized in
recent weeks. These Include
honii!i owned by Lilra Wertl. G.
w. Winquist, a Mrs. McKenna, ihe
svanbere family. Julio Go.
James Crain. Louis Alley and M
A. Diez. Police said they did not
have the names of the owners of
two more homes that had b'Mi
burglarized.
Some of the stolen property hm
been recovered, detectives said,
and owners who have been rob
bed are being asked to show up at
rro lolicr hr?'rtuarters to
identify what is there.

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Kobbe Dispensary after losing their way In
Near of Albrook Air -force Base; Sp.5 David

Hartley, also of Albrook. immediately npr
party late yesterday afternoon, the men were

t. H.R. Gaiftimeue. ot tne U S. Army Carlb-

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will
signal rocket
'flew rightf overhead but al
lelicopter crews did not see
issine vesterdav m r n i n c a
search was begun under supervi.; supervi.;-ion
ion supervi.;-ion of tiii; Caribbian Air Com Command's
mand's Command's Rescue- Coordination Cms: Cms:-er
er Cms:-er at Albrook Air Fuiee Base.
An H-19 helicopter trom Ai Ai-brook's
brook's Ai-brook's 57noth Operations Squad Squad-tns
tns Squad-tns foun-l Feljer' automobile
near the K -19 and K-10 intersec intersection.
tion. intersection. The pilot, 1st Lt William T)
McGuth of the WOotT found the
est locked and ashed nearby of a
small lire.
Morgan Smith and personnel.
M the Base Survival School at
f Albrook began searching tho
area In jeeps, white the Air
force hslicoprtr continued Its
search.
Operations were expanded to in include
clude include an Army H-13H helicopter,
piloted by Capt. Eldon O. Bashim
with capt. Robert w. street as
observer; and the Reconnaissance
Platoon of the 1st Battle Group
20th infantry, at Kobbe, led by 1st
U, John W. King. Air the offic
ill's are assigned to the battle
group.
King and Hubert A. Sheppard
coordinated the platoon's ground
search from the Air Force heli heli-Ctpter.
Ctpter. heli-Ctpter. A motor patrol covered ronds
d two foot patrols beat the
ngle, organized by Sfc. Freddie
Clark, platoon sereeant. He had
X men ot the platoon.
c. Bill Lemmer set up a com
niand post at the K-10 and K 19
intersection. Sheppard and lm
r are irom tne Army s ramie
ovost Marshal's Office.
Acting as spokesman for his
mpanions. Feller thanked the
nt search party. "We want to
ss our appreciation to 411
men and pilotsAir Force and
my who had to go out and
k for us, he said.

IS Unemployment Shows

WASHINGTON (UPI) Unem-1
loyment dropped by 000,000 to a
a of 4.899.00B in Auaust by i
ill s ood at the1 highest seaso n!
sk since the end of World War
the government reported to-
dty.
Employment during the same
Snth rose to s 1956sea3onal
h of 65,400.000. But again there
wis

a nark sine, the report saidinomic picture.

this was about
2 million below :
last year.
the August rate
The Commerce and Labor De Departments
partments Departments said the drop in unein-
pldyment from July to August
lest than normal and was due

US May Advise Chiang

lo Quit Quemoy, Matsu

WASHINGTON, Sept. 10 (UPI) U.S. officials said today
American-Red Chinese negotiations might lead eventually to a
U.S. recommendation that Nationalist China give up Quemoy
and Matsu.
But they said any such recommendation would be a long
way eff despite hints from Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles that concessions might be in the making if the Com Communists
munists Communists would renounce use of force In Formosa Strait.
President Elsenhower will return to Washington tomorrow
to make a television and radio report to the people on the
Formosa situation, the White House said today.

Two senators immediately took
stands on what the United State'
should do next in the Formosa
Crisis: ,
Sen. John Sherman Cooper 1( 1(-Ky.),
Ky.), 1(-Ky.), former ambassador to In India,
dia, India, said President Eisenhower
should try to persuade Nationalist
Chinese President Chiang Kai-shek
to abandon the offshore islands.
However, h. conceded that both
Chiang and the United States
might, "lose face" by a withdraw
m
Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney D(
Wyo.) said "the problem is one of
negotiations lor tne purpose oi
neace or of making munaiy
threats for the purpose of forcing
"But he said the issue Is
"much bigger than saving face
for John Hester Dulles."
U.S. military men in the past
have regarded the islands as of
little military yame.-
Meanwhile flu soviet union in increased
creased increased the tempo today ot its
warnings id the, United Stites to
get out of the Formosa crisis.
Pravia and Ixvestia, the official
days when the UMtsd Sttftee tpul
impose its will on other countries
Weatsaejr W'-Mfi
Mikhail tuslov, toner ranking
Soviet leader after Premier Ni Ni-kite
kite Ni-kite Khrushchev, repoetaeK
Khrushchev's warning that the
Soviet Union stands ready to
help Communist China if It je
attacked.
A commentary by Moscow Rs-
dio attacked the United States for
"its self-imposed role ss a world
policeman" end said "no one
wants a super world gendarme at
all."
Taa. igaejr d i sp a t c h e s on
Dulles' news conference yesterday
said he showed thf. American gov government
ernment government wa "ready to draw the
country ltttlt a war gamble."
hvestia said peace was impos impossible
sible impossible "until ther U.S. Navy is re recalled
called recalled from tho Straits of Tal Tal-wan
wan Tal-wan (Formosa) and until the
U.S. soldiers leave the Chinese
island of Taiwan and go homo."
Communist China charged that
U.S. mUiiary planes intruded v
er Red Chinese air space on two
occasions today and issued a nc.-
"severe Warning" on the matter
The Communist Nw China
News Agency, in a dispatch moni
tored in Tokyo, said a U.S. Navy
"P-5M-1 type patrol plane intrud
ed into the air over the territorial
sea in the Chuangchow and Met Met-chow
chow Met-chow Island area of Fukien prov province."
ince." province." Gov. Potter Calls
Attention To Day
For .tizenship'
Gov. W. E. Potter has called at attention
tention attention to a recent proclamation
issued by President Eisenhower in
which Wednesday, Sept 17, is e e-signaled
signaled e-signaled as Citizenship Day. The
proclamation further designates
the period beginning Sept 17 and
ending Sept. 23 as Constitution
Week.
Canal Zone residents, together
with all other United States citi citizens,
zens, citizens, are urged to observe Citi Citizenship
zenship Citizenship Day and Constitution
Week with appropriate ceremonies,
and activities in commemoration
of the Signing of the Constitutes
of the United States. It was also
suggested that on Sept. 17 the ft".
of the United States h
f, ui.spiayi u
on public buildings.
chiefly to s'udents withdrawin
'from the labor market as they
prepared to return to scnooi ana
college.
The seasonally adjusted rate if
unemployment for August was 7.0
per cent of the' total available
working force. It is this adjusted
rate which economists most fre frequently
quently frequently use in studying the eco-
This was the highest unemploy
ment rate since the end of World
War II except for a freak period
during a 1949 coal strike.
The report said, however, that
the 7.6 per cent adjusted rate was

The agency said that about two
hours later a U.S. 'U-2 type of
strategic reconnaissance plan, in
truded into the air over the "area
of Fukien. Kiangsi and Kwantgung
provinces to csrry out high alti altitude
tude altitude reconnaissance."
Meanwhile Communist China
pounded the Qua m:,y group with
thousands of artillery shells so
effectively that the Nationalists
are Ming forced to, drop supplies
by parachute.
Peiping radio was fanning war
hysteria at home aad abroad with
wild accusations against the Na Nationalists
tionalists Nationalists and the United States.
One broadcast said, the 600 mil
lion Chinese were being mobilised
and equipped with arms" to count counter
er counter possible U.S. aggression.
US Military Craft
Join Air
Aircraft aitd-cref s of o
$tr1wM" Command joined today
in a feareh for a cif't'so Jp-Wi
Wmmim missing since Friday.
Contact with the civilian craft has
not been made, according to re reports,
ports, reports, sittee it departed San Jose,
Costa Rica, at 3i30 Friday afier afier-noo,
noo, afier-noo, bound for Puerto Limon, Cos
ta Rica.
It was reported that the plane
was oiloted bv Carlos Albarracm.
The Air Command here initiated
its search yesterday after receiv receiving
ing receiving the report from the U.S. Em Em-basv.
basv. Em-basv. A CA1 was aent from Air
Force Base yesterday aftern.w i to
search the San JOse-fueno u u-mon
mon u-mon area, and anmia-r era" was
sent to the same area this morn morning,
ing, morning, according to reports fiom the
Ait Rescue Coordination Center at
Albrook.
Radio conversations overhead
by the C-47 crews indicated, they
said, that two privately owned
Cessnas also are searching for the
missing aircraft.
Also being readied to join the
search todav were two H13 heli
copters from Fort Kobbe's 37th
Engineer Company (Aviation)
1AGS.
Memorial Service
or frank Wood Set
At SI. Margaret's
Joint memorial services will be
held at 10 a.m. Saturday m si.
Margaret's Episcopal unurcn m
Margarita for Frank Wood, welt
known Atlantic sider who died
Sundsy in Coco Soi Hospital.
The Rev. Edwin Webster will
conduct the Episcopal services.
Members of the Mssonic Lodge
of Gatun, A.F. and Km.' wilt con conduct
duct conduct Masonic services.
Mr. Wood's family has ssked
that flowers be omitted. Friends
who wish may make contributions
to the Heart Fund.
A native of St. Vincent, British
West Indies, Mr. Wood had been
in the banana export business for
ever 25 years. He is survived by
his wife, a dauzhif -'in' o -o.is
nil inc isuunuf, uu m wu iuu
daughter in tne unuea states.

For Civilian

Drop, But Still At High Seasonal Peak

within the 'fairly narrow range
which has existed since the reces recession
sion recession started levelling off in late
spring. It said the rate did not
signify "any major job develop developments."
ments." developments." Duria g the month, employment
In the Auto industry wss at its
lowest point in more than 10
years, due in pert to idleness re resulting
sulting resulting from model change-overs.
Employment in all non-farm
cs egories showed midest August
incresses, rising by 340,000 to 50, 50,-500,000.
500,000. 50,-500,000. But there still were 2 mil million
lion million fewer people at work in such
establishments than a year ago.

Earth-moving Engineers

Arrive
1 i

A team of US
..... .1. ..

uui iue cosi oi excavations m touilding a sea level Canal. The expert!
represent several of the largest earth-moving contractors in the United
States.

PULSE
OF PANAMA
NEWSPAPERS COMMENTED
today on two recent reports of
seditious movements perhaps
aimed at overthrowing the gov government
ernment government of President Ernesto de
la Guardla Jr.
A recent radio newscast re reported
ported reported the alleged capture of
a Panama shrimp boat In
Costa Rlcan waters with a
cargo of arms apparently des destined
tined destined for Panama.
Today a morning tabloid an
nounced. that a Cuban and a
Puerto Rlcan who were plotting
a revolutionary movement for
next month had been, captured
ngrjeace authorities.
low said mWmmffl
id Julio Salvador mr-
etto Rlcan veterlinroJ'
the Korean war, were scheduled
to be deported today. It said the
two men had been brought in
to the country illegally by local
politicians to trap local per personnel
sonnel personnel for M subversive move
ment against the" government.
According to the newspaper,
Suri and Garcia made frequent
trips to the Interior along with
known local politicians. The
names of the 'politicians were
not mentionei
The Munt
tal Green Cross,
comprised of
the wives of Pana-
ma City
incllmen and city
officials, hS
completed plans
to build a
bed hostel in the
for use by home-
Chorrillo ar
less and lr
;ent Panamanians.
Th nevfeatreet numbering
system wliich has not gone
over Well with Panama City
residents and police officials
since its inception some four
yeaM-SSoWas described yes yesterday
terday yesterday by the Panama Cham
ber of Commerce as Ian enor enormous
mous enormous error."
A campaign against the new
system gathered impetus last
week when survivors of found founding
ing founding father Gen. Nicanor A. de
Obarrio protested the changing
of the name of a street desig designated
nated designated by the Municipal Council
In his honor to that of Diagonal
4.
Publication of the letter
which the de Barrio family sent
to the present City Council also
brought critical comment on
the chancing of the names of
streets honoring the founding
fathers and different countries
and historical characters.
Mrs. Carmen N. Arosemena,
newly -elected chairman of the
Panama City Council has de derided
rided derided to hold a round table con conference
ference conference o the matter.
The tabloid La Hora today
quoted a prominent Panama Ci City
ty City resident, who was not named,
as saylnp that the Panama Ci City
ty City Municipal Council is border border-in?
in? border-in? on bankruptcy.
The treasury committee of
the council was scheduled to
hold a meeting today to discuss
the city's financial standing.
Analysing statistics for the year
so far, the Labor Department said
manufacturing industries, particu particularly
larly particularly in the durable goods field,
accounted for most of the decline
during the year.
More than one million jobs were
lost during the year in industries
producing transportation equip equipment,
ment, equipment, including automobiles, and
machinery, primary metals nd
afbricated metals.
On the other hand, there was
noticeable improvement in the
steel industry and other primary
metals in August. There also wss
stepped-up activity in the manu

emla Pu

Here for Studies

earth-movinsj experts is on the
.

The contractors are working with the New York
gineenng firm of Parsons, Brinckerhoff, Hall and Mac
donato, which was retained last spring ro make a com comprehensive
prehensive comprehensive review of engineering data and cost estttH
on the long range plan to increase the Panama Canal's
capacity.
Three year ago, this same firm prepared selected
revised cost estimates for the sealevel canal projet up updating
dating updating figures prepared at the time of the 1947 Canal
studies.
The engineers now on the Isthmus are studying dry
excavation problems, A second group, due next week
will consider Wet excavation.
The visiljng engineers will consult with Ponomo Co Condi
ndi Condi Company officials and make extensive inspection trios
through tours of the Canal Zone.

They will use the information
collected to assist Parsons,
Brinckerhoff, Hall and Macdon-
ald to arrive at the most appli
cable modern techn:
p-to-date unlit pr
jM million cubic ya;
excavation which woutt.milti
quired in constructing a sea-lev
el canal.
The flirsfetwe of this week's
group arrived Sunday. They are
Col. Edward A. Herb, a retired
Army engineer now Serving as
an executive for Morrlson Morrlson-knudsen
knudsen Morrlson-knudsen Go. Inc., of New York
City, and M. Harvey Slocum, a
prominent independent con construction
struction construction consultant. Slocum
was a consultant to the Special
Engineering Division for the
1647 Canal studies.
Representatives of Peter Kie-
former Zone Matron
Mrs. Gallagher Dies
In New York State
Mrs. Marie Butler v Gallagher,
longtime resident of the Ganal
well known Isthmian family, died
Monday in Buffalo, N.Y. She had
been in ill health since a heart
attack on her 65th mrtnaay, Aug.
15- ....
Born in Kalamazoo, Mien, sne
came to the Canal Zone as t child.
She and her sisters were among
the belles of the Canal construe
tion neriod when young ladies in
flowing ball gowns tucked up their
skirts to ride in laoor trams irom
their homes swuf- th line m
dances at the Tryoli or the old
Washington Ho'el.
In 1919, she went to work as a
clerk in the former Accounting
Department. Her service was
broken but was all in the
same
deoartment. She re i m' iflS3.
Mrs. Gallsngher Is survived by
her nusband, Dr Jaimtb I. Gal Gal-langher,
langher, Gal-langher, whom she met and mar
ried on the istnrn;'!. mn i i .i
daughter, Mrs. G. W. Rose. Both
live in Buffalo.
Other survivors re thre sisters,
Mrs. Arthur w. Goulet, of Ancon

irs fnr tho

mm

W. jr. Mccormack, of Oto.ryTlW

r'-.flVSi, S...''I,a",
uu, 4 la., aiiu 1,1.3. i .ii:n r i.yilll UL
Kalamazoo and a number of niec nieces
es nieces and nephews.
facture of communications equip
ment and a greater than seasonal
rise in farm machinery plan s.
Employment in agriculture was
virtually unchanged in August,
holding at 6,6nn,ooo. Farm jobs
normally drop in August, but they
held steady this year because bad
weather forced postponement of
many farm operations in July.
Throughout 1958, the principal
improvements in the job picture
have occurred in the government
field. The Lsbor Department said
"state and local governments re reported
ported reported significant job gains over
the year."

Canal Znn t fi

T- -'Mmmmi'-m
wit Sons, of Cleveland, Ohio,
the Perini Corporation of Fra Fra-mingham
mingham Fra-mingham .Mass., and two mora
representaHlve of ,or risen
Krtudsen arrived yestetday by
ids few
senwwea are
smo wniiam a
Perini Corioration
ttve ts Arthur McLa:
. P. Freln, who Worted,, -M
Madden Dam during its con construction
struction construction and Is now Mprrisen Mprrisen-Knudsen's
Knudsen's Mprrisen-Knudsen's chief engineer, and
O'Dean Anderson represent that
firm.
R. B. Stevenson, project en
gineer fpr parsons, Brincker Brincker-hff,
hff, Brincker-hff, Hall and Macdonald, al also
so also arrived yesterday. He will be
here throughout the stay of the
dry excavation engineers and
will remain for the visit next
week of representatives of three
large dredging companies.
Miro Gets Court's
For Three Month
The Second Superior
yesterday granted Ruben
permission to be absent from Pana Panama
ma Panama for three mnoths.
It was necessary for Miro to
seeK me court s permission -because
there is a charge of misre misre-presentation
presentation misre-presentation pending against him.
Miro's request to the court stated
that he wantd to go to the United
Sates on personal business.
Miro escaped death early last
month when he was shot whila
leaving his brother's home in Be Be-Ha
Ha Be-Ha Vista. He had gone there o
seek written permission to leave
Panama from h's brother, Ricar Ricar-do,
do, Ricar-do, who is his bondsman in the
case pending against him.
Three justices of the tribhnal a.
Rrpepf1 tnt Miro could leave the
country ior tne neriod requested,
as long as he fullfiUed all the ne necessary
cessary necessary legal requirements.
After that period his bondsman
is under obligation to have him
present whenever requested to do
so bv the court.
For the last several weeks. Mi-,
ro has been recuperating at the Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Guot Rouse on the Canal
Zone. The Panima government re
to
P His convalescence there.
Jewish Emoloyes 3k
Of Canal May Use
Annual Leyae
A liberal leave policy will be
followed by the Canal organisa organisation
tion organisation in the case of employee ot
th Jewish faith who wish to ob observe
serve observe Rosh Hashanah (Jewish
New Year) and Yom Kippur Day
of Atonement) lt has been an announced
nounced announced at Balboa Heights.
The Jewish New Year will be begin
gin begin at sundown, an Sunday and
ontinue until sundown Tuesday.
Yom Kippur will begin Sept. 24.
Emoloyes of Jewis faith, will
ho granted time off to observe.
these Holy Days wherever pos-l-ble
without inter ering with essen
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WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER U, 1951
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THE MAIL BOX

TIVOLI WAITERS

Up a solution lor all those JJvgj2
f con.sc!!neL. 06 watlrs don't

nave uuw OT1u;.rifci Tn, the waiters

spying on the waiwra even "1 suPt a iamily

mate enougn "-7- customer. "Patron"

,.--II

Box, Sept.. 8), recngniz-es thA representa-

salary, ana r

to solution It (or the P?"".cHE?Sty.toutblHr0a

10 cents to $10 Prtott tifBTtn?n his ticket over to the
5WP S iSSSS unX eTupSLU ol check-

Tf ,h.m to tee how these loyal, vPjoyt

to .cVamble round picking up nickels na
SS are few patrons, who really JbMM flnanderg

tSSSSSSSr tWJtS- .always seem

to TvV iSttW&3SS

Hon ETy aS an East

Indian moneylender waiting to wi:;:w-f-

Sy

these poor exploited waiters.

ATLANTIC-SIDI OVERTIME

Sir:

mpathizer

m
kBeMt

.a ov, Aflant.lfti.stde

stead were torn to we a uy

ommlssary, after

WAE employes. oocasions on which some of us have
?mS on inventory, without get-
ting paid any o"1'; the money TlMc families of the of of-,Um?douW
,Um?douW of-,Um?douW tSatepotter way'B which

we are being asaea to wor. ,vi

Sir:

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I GUARDS

i ftllHV

. ., l f ten. CTiiarrix

I lor one to nojw r.arch. ltudy

Someone Haa iauea to f; thA school
tow8- J?S. ?SLSLw for some parents who do not

MtoiTtoT&Pt a milt needed responsibility. It is
trust fWff aSe-year-oid child is not responsible
lBCiA M uSli and to help other youngs-
'tacfoTsin safety. It is dreadful to realize that some parents
5 IS notoughUul enough of their children to bestow a little
1 gSd by most all Stateside 'Vl
i I..,r.nnnihie children is appointed and acts as safety

Mt to aVlst bus driver to control and guidance of the
Hen where such control is necessary, seems to work quite
J Sett in fact this system is encouraged by many educators, as

I It PrOVKieS excellent, ti u.i.s V,,,,,,- ,f
I in eomnartaon. it doesn't lay much for our own children if

iney rcqu . th. 7i(m. aU D.rents received a letter

that they were to attend a meeting to solve a problem (which

ThKSeeting, accomplished only one thing It created a
.auu rhih HaH not existed previously.

I Now we have the makings of a fiasco. The meeting was
poorly conducted, and nothing practical came out of It.
It doesn't take much .foresight to perceive the headaches
which havA'been created such as collecting the fees, such as
! hiring, firing, scolding and criticizing bus guards, such as in in-f
f in-f iormlng one of the brass that his child can no longer Tide the
bus for various and sundry reasons.
Let's answer a few of the following questions:
1. If I must pay do I get a receipt?
Tf r mn.t. nav ran T deduct this from my Income tax?

fa?! ,3. Will the bus guards be required to claim Income on this

JOB, ana Will social security oe wwukiui
1 4. If I don't pay who can legally, morally or otherwise re
late my family the use of the school bus?
iTwho is to foot the bill for all the expenses involved in
bookkeeping, fee collecting and automobile expenses for the
A committeemen, and the many other unfdrseen expenses?
6. If higher headquarters had thought bus guards were nec nec-arv.
arv. nec-arv. would thev have not provided for such?

' 7. Can this system relieve the commander of any work or
responsibility? (After all we are creating a new fund which will
require safeguarding, inspections, numerous reports and assign assignment
ment assignment of sv responsible officer to administer it).
I am of the opinion that the old rasor strap could cure most
f our disciplinary problems that might arise and that we
MMM give our children a chance to grow up and learn what
fWfrlialblllty 1. Everyone will agree that our youth are not as
mature as their foreign contemporaries.
Solid Cltisen

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

To give the average workins
Joe a chance to live by more than
bread alone, tbejostion's top laour
chiefs are quieuy organizing a
new type of anti racket bureau
to mane certain that the Hundreds
of millions of dollars in wage
boosts won at bargaining tables

are not lost to chiselers at phoney

Dargain counters and sales.

a mousana petty rackets are

slashing big holes in the budgets
of working families across tkc
land. An estimated billion dollars

year is bemg highjacked sub

tly by crude set-ups a billion

dollars which should be spent bv

hard working folk in legitimate

enterprises run by honest mer
chants.

There'll be little dr.ma at first
in the new labor bureau now being

wnippea into shape By the At L

CIO Community Service Activ.

.ties' chief, Leo Perlis, head
quartered in New Yprk.
This new nti-rckt bureau
will be known as the Consumer
Counselling Service. It was Or

dored into business at a iscent
MSSion of fh, AFL-CIO Execut
iva Council. Lm Perlis will have
it operating right after the first
of the year.

Thus will begin a widesnred

war which will defend millions of
working people and tueir lamilies

from the swindlers and eoucers

who make their millions m tenia'
and twenties by charging inflated
rates lor washing machines, tele television
vision television sets or installation services.
This new group will fight aganvst
ghoulish interest rates on install

ment purchases and will sxpose

other trauus in repairs, healin in

surance policies, high pressue
door-to door salesmen and iaks
correspondence courses as weu vs
hidden charges on household ap appliances.
pliances. appliances. It will also suing out
at fake collection agencies.
In passing, permit me to make
this an invitation to any working
family who has such a grievance

to,pass word on to Mr. Perlis even

now be. ore the Consumer Counsel

ling Service swings into action.

J) or someyear s now labor lead leaders
ers leaders have been angerea by the tau
that after news sureaus of a wake

increase in some industrial area;

the vultures swoob iiown. inev bi

ter fake brand television sets, for

example, at a cheap price and
then say they'll throw in an ex expensive
pensive expensive lamp worth all of
eighty-nine cents. Qr-,fhey hookup
a fine brand TV set-with faury
wiring so reception on the more
floor will be bad.
Then they push the sate of 'a
sat mad up In some local col collar
lar collar or one with stolon parts. If
hoy eVgjoell a good brand sot to
1 'ftfRP customer,!! uaek
tore lafcaman wiU oWrg for
tho mahufaeturtr's warantee.
Or he'll charge JO percent in in-terost
terost in-terost on installmnt. Or he'll
charge for otrvice on a wa$h

ing machine service which is
guaranteed by the producer for
nothing.
There are a thousand suph rMi

ets and Led Perlis' committee

plans to alert union members
everywhere in a series of classes
run in their union headquarters.
Mr. Perlis will use university ex experts
perts experts as teachers not only on
mechanical equipment but on nu
trution and foods, too. For tliera
are rackets in these fields as w-H.
There will also be roving clirn
ics in a continuing program until
each union sets up its own con consumer
sumer consumer counseling department.
They'll teach families of unionists

bow to buy wisely and where to go
if they believe themselves mulct mulcted
ed mulcted of their hard earned monnv.

Wherever Perlis' peoDle run in

to rackets which can b, prosecut prosecuted,
ed, prosecuted, they'll work witn the local and
federal prosecutive agencies. Mr.

Perlis is contacting the Federal

Trade Commission, the Food and

Drug Administration and the

hundreds of Better Business Bu

reaus everywhere in setting up
this unique project.
If a important to point out
that everybody will bo helped in
e positive manner tht employ employers,
ers, employers, th unionists and the local
merchants, too. From toohUH toohUH-cation
cation toohUH-cation on the natty business
racketeering, tK Consumer
Counselling Service will awing
Into education on such things
w' purehasine of food.

This Will be done hv conrtpr-in?
with th U.S. Dept. of Aericultore

with which labor seldom in ihe

pt has had contact. From this

will come advice to workinz la

milies on when the cheapest buvs

are evauaoie. in season, on muts,

vegetables, eggs and meat. Thuc

by making the dollar sfreteh

further, some of the tensions will

be lifted from the minds and

bodies of millions of Working

men and their wives.

The big floodlights will he on thp

cheao chiselers to flush them out
of the money-padder holes Ip

which they've been npeauhf al

most unaetcectd untu now.

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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

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By LEE MORTIMER

'it!
H:

Everyone Forgot .to Mention That
the Treasury mielligeuce ooys arc

watching the TV quiz-show hear

ings closely. It some ot ttje cnarg

es are true, there's going to ue
an awful lot of explaining to be

done to the tax boys. ..Anu.in.-r

angle is the merchandise payoit,

which may later be turned into

cash and not reported, eitner oy
the winners or by some shady go go-betweens
betweens go-betweens who occasionally ue

fees in the form of merchandise

for sale, to get the-product on ihs
show as a giveaway.' . .Jimmy

MacAirthur, he's Helen Hayes" son,

and aoycp Bulitant, the young in in-genue,
genue, in-genue, .are plotting a surprise e
looment. So surprise everybody 1

. .Isn't the reason why the Joe

Louis Mrs. Rose (House of) Mor Morgan
gan Morgan Louis marriage ended vh
uiannulment route Insteao
the divorce courts due to the P08

sibility of a property settlement

in reverse. (She has as mucn

dough as he owed Uncle Sam.),

It's How, the Ale Pales; Kem zi .Germany? What, would they

Diuos, wnoever hP is, has been

dating Jams Paige (Why he s

out; oi tne guys also supposed' to

be dating I. ana 1 inner j. D.i;i
Duryea turned down apictun?
wi u Bearuot. (And how did she
get in again?) Said he couiun't
speak French. (Is he crazy?;...
Why doesn't someone bring Lar

ry isteeie and his sepian shows

back to town? Caught his pro production
duction production at Atlantic oiiy's exciuitg
Club Harlem and it's fabulous,
Cbmeuian tilappy White's v e r y

funny, too. .it i never get an
other Crosby item I'll be happy.
Thesame goes for Bob Evas i i-terns
terns i-terns and now that Cathy, Cros Crosby
by Crosby and Bob hav found each oui
er (thanks to the chill Br own

(she s Mrs. Const antine Browr.)
ppfp a poser in the current' is issue
sue issue of "Human Events."; Sat
asks "What would the American
public have said in 1939 .if our

Government had signed a 'cultur-

Sir:

My talking machine went bad and I have lost the tropical
J term with all the other news. And I don't know If we are In In-'
' In-' vading China or Little Rock, Ark. That's where moat of the news
comes from. ',.'
The tropical storms have brought rain all over the country

and the f armew ana rancners are nappy.
! TJanrhter rood me from the Panama bulletin of the St. Pet

ersburg Fla.) retired group of the passing of many Old timers.
' but not to my class the oldeat was under SO
I hove been bothered for the past week with rheumatic
, 2 pains to my right leg, as If someone was Jabbing me with a hot

iron.
Can't, heln hut think of how Kerrvllle un In the hills is pro

gressing. It's the center of lot of things, namely a chain of
supermarkets, several factories and bus lines, and an airplane

'4 factory that boasts they will produce a single-seater that will
it fllasle the globe. It Is the home of many oldtimers, retired and

looking for a good place to live.
Still fear Russia will cause too much trouble in China. They

want Chiang Kai-shek out of Formosa and he is there to stay,
i I ft. ft V.. .lnl.,.H

If alght permits, more next week.

Stanton Griffis, the banker-diplo- al exchange' agreement with

mat and Ilka Chase, thP actress-authoress,
were too busy talk

ing to each other to he interest

ed in Csry firant at itomeo aai aai-ta's.
ta's. aai-ta's. The Bare Facts (But dressed)!
George Sanders and Sharman
Douglas. (This week anyway ).
. .Barron Polan, the discoverer of
talent, and his ex-wire JUli Wil
son, who's talent he dlsfeevered
dining at Mannie Wolf's. . .Mil .Milton
ton .Milton Berle. winding up his night

club flyer at Skinny D'Amato's

Atlantic City 500 Club for the

year or longer, preparatory to

TV, proved mat ne s me amg oi
them ell one of the great artists

and Bemuses of show business,

without s topper or an equal.

Wine, Women and So Long: I

don't know whether to believe
these rumors about Rubirofa and

his young bride or not but as th,?

poet says, or what md Hp "l"

. .How come I ovenoonea say
Darling's" darling Vivian Blaine
and Gene Buck. Jr.. (or did m

who've been reported all over the

East Side from the swank Late

Pierre to the unswank P. J.

Clarke's. .How do you like this:

New line of some smart lads

ll. 1 YTa. T. .1 li -l.r.

rrom me icniru un uuewsv

Agency, especially when speechi speechifying,
fying, speechifying, (Robert- Amory. in part'.cu part'.cu-lsri
lsri part'.cu-lsri is to sav the Mid East trot.

bles are not. reseat not, caused

by Russia at all, but Dy reaction

aries n our State Dept. snaaes

of the days when the Chinese
Reds were merely Agrarians.

Fred Clark defines a character

actor as a guy Wl doen't get

the gal, on or of the screen

SEE & COMPARE
before
YOV BUY!
Stores a Refrigerator"

washing Machines

GENERA! KLECTRIC

WF.STINGHOTjSE

HOT POINT
NORGS

All on 1 Floor

Appliance Headquarters
Tropicana

i

have said if the.. United States

had been senuing economic SAu
military aid to Mussolini. ..Wnat

would .heir reaction have been if

the German ballet or some Mini

lar group, had ben invited to
tour our nation? Okay, you

egghead liberal intellectuals an answer
swer answer that one. .This doesn't be belong
long belong here, but "it's 'tfuie: a niyit
cookie kBdwS wherp the dough
comes from.''

5l'm.a' Ddpe Fresh out oi Rope:
Bella Darvi discovered John Ire

land (as of yesterday). .u A

prexy Arthur Krim ahd Motia

Knox are an item for the colum-

nistti .Dorian Dennis, th. exo

aic.'daoeerj wtht to" Onsfz Vito's.

n Yonkers to -dig the strolling

jiciniers. wanted to see tne latest;
thing in G-stfinfes. (I woAt be sj
displaced person ifter .Thursday

wnen me si, win -at. vitp s re mff

pens witn songs, yioims ana v i
to's white carnation). .Bill
Moss, ex-Mr. Jane Wither! and;
the new Mr. Ann Miller. must
be a pretty right guy at that. Al Allowed
lowed Allowed his lovtefy Dr"e: to mvue
three of her farmer beaux to the
wedding : Conrad Hilton,1 Arthur
Cameron and Hal Hayes.; . ;Ai
other wonder of the cafe business
is Ed Wynne and hi excif'"!

Harwyn which has had standing

WASHINGTON. The adivl

and sometimes kamsed Jim

nagerty waa confronted last week
with the halting statement of his

chie. for "slower" school integra

tion, plus the vigorous statement
oi his cbief'a Justice Department
for immediate integration at Lr

ie Kock.
Jim made the best of a difficult

situation, insisted that the Presi

dent and his Justice Depar'i "t
see eye-to-eye regarding tittle
Rock.
But the inside fae is ti.-t t,,,.

was definitely at odds with
Justice Department.

Furthermorf h was ouile 'r : J
at his Attorney, General, William
Rogers, for moving so fast r
garding the entire Supreme Court
review of the case.
He has also been at odds wr'i
the Nixon wing of the Republican
Party.
When Rogers Wss in Los Ange

jles attending the American Bar
Association, he encouraged Chief
Justice Warren to call a special

session oi me woun. tie mougn' it
would be an excellent idea to cajl
the entire Court back to Washing
ton Mb review tht Little Rock
case.
Rogers didn't say so, but he and
Vice President Nixon have tons
relt that the administration had
nothing to Ipse ool'ticall v and
everything to gain by taking a
firm staff d on integration A
strong speech before the Supreme
Court in favor of integration miM

Win votes for the Republicans in

Nothern big eities.
So Rogers prepared to fly back
to Washington to take personal
charge of the Supreme CO'tri cus?

He found, however, that the

President wg not at all please n.

Ike is still stinnrfag fmm f'e

criticism that followed His fls-

natch of trooos to Little Rock )st

year and h would tnueh HHSaV

let the whole segregation intosr

tirm debat simmer.

When this woyd got to Eofgrs
in Los Angeles, he switched Ms
plans, did not take ? emkagiaYT
charge of the Suprem''COurt case.

DEMOCRATS THROW IT AWAY
Democratic leaders, meeting In
the smoke filled rooms of Bbffalo
last week, threw their odds oat
the window and made the rice tn
cohtrol the pivot state of 1 New
York a .fifty-ftv : orno,fti"i:
Millionaire; Rockefeller. Repub

lican, now has a chance to win

over mil'onaiTp H'pman, ue
mocrat. Before he didn't. r,
The odds were evened chiefly W

Tammany leader Carmine De SA-

nio, who insisted tht District At
tomey Frahk Hogsn be the DeniO
ifcratic candidate for the Senate
first because the. church insiste.I

Sipio wahtMttft-Sft tfTs hands on

th. 300 Jobs in the office of Dis
ttiet AttekflH: A .fSi" '.x
fflmerto w Splo eoatdn't et

time of day at this key law

enforcement aSenev for "r

Vfrl- WfnV Tn" fnrn rrt.
Wey who appointed him, con'rol
1od it. Hhean's e)t to run tor (lie
Senate would give De Sapio a
cbnee to:tko ovef 1

De Sapio was also able to argue

that ne. church womd.nor suniort
ttjfti TleTnOPrlitl WoJr4t nW'- 'i 9

leading Cs'hol'e was on It was
, ft . .. .t. .. ...ft A-ft

renoTien mat me cnorcn wouio
Imlr iitli favor nn .Tim Frlev.

room only evcrry mg.it .r.ng L MHigan :r Thomas Murray, the ex ex-dog
dog ex-dog day, i while much of the restlA,moc Energy Commiioher. ;
of New York looked like the day Harr'm V$W wnbd
after the A bombfpll. ,. ,h? rpnm wrftftiw Tm
Adams, whp buddy-buddied Wiih try of the Aif Force, an Ewscop
Jimmy Dean. -is on Cloud Kmc rV.n b to the 'end he let 1)f

hiorelln T.m

plowed the grounu lor tue Lmii-
Aaaa Romberg, who is paid an
annual mainer by the Rocketel-
ler fami y to advi. Mjj."4jbb
lations, has also been a L 'iuge
betweeu lu. AeFu u vi,,
r governor auu the Liberal far
ty
jo with Harriman wietjor :
governorship in 1954 by only ll.oOfl
votes, the iwv.i,- , r
Liberals could be de ve.
Note The Liberals anil m..

his 'Protestant Democrats would have

weicomeo iom Murray, a Catho Catholic
lic Catholic as the Senate candidate. Tv.y
dont want any man barrprf i

cause of religion. But they resaat
being told that any man must he
on the ticket merely because of
his religion.

NIXON TAKES A HAND
DPrx nlavaaH tin tU.

had accepted the GOP Senate r-o
mat Congressman Ken Keating
mination because Nixon tehnhon
edhim. What thev riidnt :,...

was the secret reason whv Nixoa
made th- c?W and what he pro
raised Keating. K
Nixon promised that if Keating
lost th Senate rae he wn"H
rewarded with a place in the El.
senhower Littl Cabipp rr v
the oost of Solicitor General. Thi,
is the. No. 2 spot in the Justice
Department.
The Solicitor Geaeral ars the
duty of oresent'ng all government
cases be ore the Supreme Court,
a position noe held by J. Lee
Rankin, SincP Nixon is the closet
Washington friend of Attorney Ge General
neral General Rogers, he was safe in of
fer-ng Keating this post.
The reason N'xon made til
ivionp call to Kattof was e
that the Rickefeller Dewey faction

ws sanging un against him te
nose him out of fhk nnmina lir,

for President.

Dewev has worked with 'So

Rejfkefellerr 'or ytw.li. -. n

one of the main boosters of Nel Nelson
son Nelson s cndWacy. Obv-'ot'Shr i N!

Son Should defeat Harrimnn h.

would be an imoort"" contend

er for President in 1960.

t0 to OT-'-r to h"ve fripnd in

the New York Polit'cal e a mn

Nixon nhoned His old friend Ken.

fng. With whom he served in th
KOUSO O 'i'r.r.-t-iiftT Aft thn

time he nhnned TT S AUv Pool

Williams was the leaHtf ca"fli lu

te, for the: senate. tmmediatelj
after Nixon phoned, Keating wai

BOMinstefti;.- ,::.v,4Mi mm'

Note The Pnnhiia are mm

ning with a i Baptist, Rockefeller
and a Presbyterian. Keatini. Is

thf.rtwo top. spots;. . av.

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4th of July Av

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.TAiTBolksrl

FOR OlIB XMA DBA WIN.

Nothing But the Truth (So help

me): This story doesn't sound
true. I met both characters in it
and -it still doesn't sound true,
but thev swear it happened. Max
Loew, the Mayor of 7th 8. was
a prominent cafe host In Vienna
before the war, but scrammed
from Hitler and beat it to Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood where, after much hardshm.
he ended up running a grocery
store. One day he ran into P
palmist he had known in Vienna,
who also was lamming it from
the Nazis end m-'H""
telling fortunes in Long Beach
Calif, whore Iowa farmers win

so for anything. For old time s

aake she rend Max's mitt and told

him to sell his Hollywood store,

come to New York and open a

nlihtclub. She described the room

he should seek and its location

snd se he took her up and head-

d to 79th and 2nd. where he

walked rleht smack into the

nremises that were later to be

come the Viennese Lantern ami
one of the most, successful mrwir

clubs on earth. .flncietuiv

let's chanee the name o his Turk

iih rhxntootsie from Naita Iz to

Nella Az. She's a doll who has

itVArvthintf frnm A to 7..).

wonder what became of Sonny

with Karen Keyser of the Air

Force. .Excavators on the plush
new Washington Square. Vl'lV'e
project turned up some fancy
mementoes of New York's shkay
past when they hit Greene m
which was one o those streets
in the 1800's. At 1S4 they fourth a
box of fancy ladies' garters from
the early Police Gazette days md
at 190 they destroyed the vatoof
New York's oldest wiherv. (But
what happened to the WinOs?f
Some wives figures a stalemate
is a, husband who's been married
too long.

Raise, the Gates (Her, eomes

tne cahnosei: Ron-rt. o. T,ms
welcomed back by Penny Morgii,
the brunette eveful F.lizabaih
Allen, th, "Juliet" of "Romdoff

and Juliet." looking at Don Mid

oen, or "look sack in An?

oetore her show goes on tour

Hear er-otit th" rs
Mai -.." 4 .:'

wnp was oorn near the Sio
Grind? fJust wanted to see T If

you're still with us.). .".Paw

Hiu is doing th, spots with S

my Fam. the Academy Awd

songwriter, whose ex, .Jane Filh

er, recently remarried here

anio and Tammany leaders have
the'r wav

pekof,,e'.nuitosi'v aiiUiw
Non of fhis went down, well
with New York's strong tfmiM

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER II, 195k
One Former Demo Senator Wins Bid
Appellate Court Hears "Wirepulling'
Testimony On Florida TV Channel 10
ELEANOR IN MOSCOW
MOSCOW (UPI) Mrs. Elea
nor Roosevelt began a three-i
visit to Russia tolay her
ond since last summer.
For Congress; Other Back To Limbo

m

GIVING THEIR APPROVAL and conRMttuUtto ns to-AVe Raymon W. Russell, who ws re re-eentlv
eentlv re-eentlv presented a letter of commendation for meritorious service with the Caribbean Com Com-mTnd
mTnd Com-mTnd Joint Sauarters at Quarry Hetehts, are (left to right) Mai. Lawrence M. Meier
USAF. StSrT of the Joint Staff: Lt. Col. W. A. Franks USA executive oBtajJil
pirsonnelman James B. Baxter. USN. J-l: ana Lt. Col. J. D. Coffey. USAF, assistant adjutant

general. .,.,. k n Schlatter. USAF. assistant chief of ataff ,J3.

cited Russell for exceptional performance of duty with the Adjutant General Section orthe
.nm.nj k.iitorUt Risn is ipvinar for the United States and plans to return

to' HotoXTTxas'whTre he will enter the retail marketing field after separation from the

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WITH U. S. 7TH FLEET Rear
Adm. Paul Blackburn, command commander
er commander at the U.$. Taiwan (Formosa)
Strait Patrol, warning American
ships will retaliate if hit by Com Communist
munist Communist guns:
"They are authorized to throw
everything but the kitchen -sink."

WASHBfGTON Civil Defense

Administrator Leo Hoegh, urging
Americans to build their own air
raid shelters:

"The people must recognise
they have a responsibility."

WASHINGTON (UPI) A wit

ness testified yesterday that the
talked to termer FCC Commission

er Richard A. Mack about the

Miami television Channel 10 case
at the request of Sen. Estes Ke Ke-fauver
fauver Ke-fauver (D-Tenn.).
But the witness, Ben H. Fuqua,
vice president of the Florida Pow

er and Light Co. said Keiauver

only wanted to see that A. Frank
Katzentine got a "fair shake" in
his bid for the channel. Fuqua

also said his role in the afuir

was "all very low pressure."
Fuqua testified at the second

day of a special investigator's

hearing ordered by tne U.t. Lourt

of Appeals to determine whether

backstage wirepulling was in involved
volved involved in the channel award.
Fuqua, a registered Florida lob lobbyist,
byist, lobbyist, said Kefauver merely want wanted
ed wanted him to tell Mack to give
"every fair consideration for Mr.
Katzentine on the merits of his
application.
Mack ended, nowever. ov votinc

with the FCC majority to give the
channel to Public Service Televi Television
sion Television Inc., a Miami subsidiary of
National Airlines. An FCC exami exami-ner
ner exami-ner had. recommended that it go
to Katzentine'a radin st at inn

WKAT, Inc.

The U.S. Court of Appeals di
rected the FCC to review the case
following charges of improper in influence
fluence influence and payoffs made at
House investigating committee
hearings. Disclosures at the hear hearing
ing hearing also resulted in Mack's sud sudden
den sudden resignation from the FCC.
FuW J longtime friend of
Mack, jaid he came to Washing Washing-ton
ton Washing-ton following t cU from K

uvcr 10 M, D08S)

Smith, chairman of the board of

tne riprida rower Co.
Smith, a college classmate of
Kefauver's was asked by the sen senator
ator senator to contact Mack "with a
view to providing some possible
assistance" to Katzentine'a appli application,
cation, application, the witness said.
Fuqua said that since Smith did
not know Mack "too well," Ke Kefauver
fauver Kefauver suggested that Smith send
him, Fuqua. He said Smkb want wanted
ed wanted to repay Kefauver for a favor
and promptly sent him io Wash Washington
ington Washington at company expense.
Asked by FCC attorney Rich Richard
ard Richard Solomon what Mack said dur during
ing during their meeting the wnness re replied:
plied: replied: "Mr. Mack didn't give me
any answer at all. He was non noncommittal."
committal." noncommittal."
The hearing, held before former
Pennsylvania" Supre Court Jus

tice Horace Stern, resumes to-

day with estimony from Ftori
da attorney Joseph M. Fitzgerald.
Big Cargo Plane
Hits Jap Peak;
Four Bodies Found

TOKYO, Sept. 10 (UPI) The
mutilated" bodies of four men and
one woman were found in the
scattered wreckage of a U.S. mi military
litary military chartered Superconstella Superconstella-tion
tion Superconstella-tion cargo plane which crashed
yesterday into the side of 4, OSS-foot-high
Mt. Oyama, it was
reported today,
The woman was believed to
be one of two stewardesses r.

sorted to have been aboard the

Hying Tiger Airline plane.
American and JaDanese re

McGregor cue teams arrived at the wreck-

WASHINGTON, Sept. 10 (TJI) (TJI)-Ob
Ob (TJI)-Ob farmer Democratic Senator e e-merged
merged e-merged on top today from (he

first major test in his campaign

to return to Congress, but anoth another
er another returned tn nnlitiral limhn

'The survivor was Gov. Ernest W.

the Senate during the last two

years of the Truman administra

tion. He won the Democratic sen senatorial
atorial senatorial nomination in his statr
yesterday to oopose Sen. Barry
Goldwater, the Republican who de defeated
feated defeated him six years ago.
Among the losers in the prima primary
ry primary elections yesterday in 10 states
was former 'Sen. Clause Pinner,
once a prominent voice among
southern liberal?. He was sni"'id
under by Sen. Spessard L. Hol Holland,
land, Holland, a conservative who was re renominated
nominated renominated for a third term.
Coincident with the Arizona and
Florida voting primaries were
held yesterday In Colorado, Mas
sachusetts, New Hampshire. ti titan.
tan. titan. Vermont, Washington and Wigr
consih. In the last heavy round
of nominating activity this vear.

candidates were nominated for

eieht U.S. Senate seats, seven
governorships, 59 House eats and
many state and local offices.
In a state in which Democratic
nominations are eouivalent to e
lection, Georgia Democrats held a
primary today to name candi-

strewri site yesterday evening

and camped overnight.

me U S Air Fore,, said there
were eight persons aboard the
plane. Japanese press repor' to
day said they consisted of four
crew members, two steward
esses, an American officer and

4n enlisted man.

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dates for 10 house seats, gover governor
nor governor and other state offices.
Holland's victory in Florida re re-emphasized
emphasized re-emphasized that incumbent Sena Senators
tors Senators who want to run again have
been having, a fairly easy time
this year, Onlyi Holland had for formidable
midable formidable opposition among seven
incumbent .Senators Renominated
yesterday, but .most of the other

six can expect. tougher opposition,

iii me cjecuons jnov. 4. Holland
can take reelection for granted in
a state where the Democratic
nomination has been tantamount
to election. -,-

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George Montgomery added up

he figures i'hile I peeked, and
ftie way he figured it his 10 10-ycar
ycar 10-ycar old daughter Missy got a
5.50,000 saddle horse for her

birthday. 18fe.,fi:

he Case of the S0,000 Gilt
e" has more twists, thana

ason plot, and more

uiflis than "Mr Blandings

Ruilds His Dream House."

mV.. Montgomery had' to build

a house tob, you see-

Perry M

la

Missy, the daughter of George
and Dinah Shore is a real -nor-mol,
all American girl. This
$50,000 tale of whoa was like
this, as George told it to me be between
tween between scenes on the set of "The
heturn to JCing Solomon's Mines"
at MGM:
HE HEARD about a horse a

fellow wanted to sell for $250 so

he went out 'to look at the ara ara-maL
maL ara-maL The fellow lived way ont in

the San Fernando Valley and the

horse was in a mg, rea oarn
The fellow had become disenchant

ed with horses and barfls and he

mentioned in a casual way that

he was moving the barn out to

his back 40 acres to make room
for. a tennis court. It was a barn
the likes of which George had
never seen before.
. All knotty pine and stainless
steel stanchiol.A and an atitii
matic water system. The fellow
had some wonderful fencing tor
ed in the barn, too, pips a nearly-new
tractor, several saddles,
and a lot of hay and the priee
of everything, as a package deal,
was a bargain.
SO GEORGE bought the. whole

string. Rather clever, he thought,

He would buy a half-acre in the

to it. and he could take Missy

there, on weekends to ride her

horse. The Montgomery's live in

Beverly Hills.
But half acres, h discovered,
were way over-priced. He looked
around and the nest buy hr cmtM
make was for three and a half
acres. Then he went for a per
mit to mova the bam,
HI GOT the bad news at City
HalL There was a law, they told
hint, against moving a barn to,
r fouilding a 'barn on. other otherwise
wise otherwise vacant property. A barn
AiKP n0use t was perrrti''
sible. And George had only four
days left to move the barn.

H quickly iied a set of Wjbi:'
Plan he dug up somewhere, with

the '".formation that be bad a
homeless barn on bis hands and
could be please pour the founda foundation
tion foundation for the barn and then build

the house later. He might, after

all, want to change the house
plans, a little.
"More panic. "The foundation

for the barn has to be poured at

the same T1MJS the fouttdatim
for the house, is poured," said
City Hall. "Its a law."
AND THAT'S how it all happen
ed. If he had to build a house,
George decided to build an at attractive
tractive attractive one and then sell the
house AND the barn. He had to
protect his investment, so re
spent more money and it all add added
ed added up, finally, to about $50,000.
The house is nearly completed.

it js e '. w

ne ana pians to sen n

"3

Missy loves the horse the nam named
ed named Chamois and George evn
bought another horse, named
Silver, so Chamois wouldn't be
lonely. But that, of course, is an

other story. Where he will move

two horses after he sells the
house abd the barn is a little
Droblem I didn't bav the heut

to think about, let alone mention

to Mr. Montgomery.

Back From Space1

Navy Guinea Pig
Scratches, Drinks
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NORFOLK, Va. (UPI) The
human guinea pig in America's
latest test of reaction to outer

space conditions couldn't think of
anything more serious to coin-

plain about than an itching chest.

t.t. Kimard H. Tabor, 36, a
Navy flight surgeon from Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, W. Va., named "six cdol
beers and a big thick steak" as
the only medicine required after

he spent three days in an ex experimental
perimental experimental space suit at simulate,!
altitudes of $6,000 to 1MWM f Jet.

Tabor admitted, however, that
during the last nine hours of the
experiment bis mind was "getting
fuzzy" and he "wasn't able to
conoeitrate as he had been prior
to it."
Tabor, one of the Navy's two

nigni surgeons qualified to fly jet
planes, emerged frim the 10 by-t2
root chamber at Norfolk Naval Air

Sation Monday. His 72-hour stay

eclipsed tne 44-hour record for
such a test set last Mav hv ij

Cmdr. Jack Neiman.

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J Mary
Ann Mobley, 21, of Brandon,
Miss., Miss America of 1999:
"I used to be the biggest tom tomboy
boy tomboy you've ever seen."

BELFAST, Maine Mrs. Mi Michael
chael Michael Rutigiliano, witness Ao a he
tel fir in which six persons per perished:
ished: perished: y
"It was the worst thing I have
ever seen. The woman who was
trapped kept screaming, 'Help.
Help; .Please, help me. .Help.
Please, somebody help me'.

CHICAGO Dr. Clifford F.

Rassweiler, president of the
American Chemical Society, in

proposing a fourth brance ot the
armed services to handle all sci

entific research for the nation's

ooeuw, J
"We invite disaster by placing
prime responsibility for military

equipment and weapons develop

ment on military men with little
or no specialized development ex experience."
perience." experience." NEW YORK Mrs. Carrie
Heyries on why a group of 15 Na
gro students boycotted classes in
two Harlem schools to force the
board of education to assign them
to other schools:

"We want the children sent to
schools out of the neighborhood

wmcn are- Better .mtegratea."
VATICAN cm"- Pone Pius
XII, in warning Chinese Roman

Catholics that unauthorized elec

tion of Chinese bishops by Communist-sponsored
assemblies was

a gesture of rebellion against the

cuurca:

"He who enters not by the door

imo me sneepfold, but climbs up
another way, is a thief and a rob robber."'
ber."' robber."' .'
NEW YORK -"Twenty One"
quizmaster Jack Berry, on the
show's integrity:
"At no time has any contestant
ever been given advance inforraa inforraa-tion
tion inforraa-tion about any question used on
this show."

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WlNSTONnSALEM. N.C. fUPIi

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w ms car. xes. it s a Ford.
MOUNT CARMEL, HI. fUPI) fUPI)-Police
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ures figures whoever broke into bis moth
er'g house must have hem nrnl

hungry. The thief stole SO cans of
Mrs.. Minnie Batchelor's pre-

DUNN, N.C (UPl)-There was
no shirtage of manoower last
night when fire broke out in a

cotton gin here. Firemen from 12

counties wer participating in a
training program 75 yards from
the gin.
TOULOUSE, Fra nee (UPI)
-The oldest Hving Frenchwoman,
105year-old Mme. Louie Blanc,
arrived herP from Paris las'
night on the first airplane ride of
her life, accompanied by her $1-year-old
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for the comfort of "my little
girl' who "isn't used to travel

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TO CARL MEISSNER ANNOUNCED
Anonneement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. P S. Pro Pro-back
back Pro-back of Balboa of the engagement of their daughter, Dorothy,
to. Mr. Carl R. Meissner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Meissner
of Lo Rios. The couple plans an early November wedding.
J Miss Miller, a graduate of Balboa High School, is employed
at Gorgas Hospital. Mr. Meissner was graduated from Balboa
High School and attended the Canal Zone Junior College. He
Is employed by the Panama Canal Com pan,;

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Supptr Danct Mark
25m Woading Annivortory
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Be'.nert
entertained last evening with a
midnight supper dance at Me Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club. The party.

which marked the twenty tilth
wedding anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. Bennett, was attended
large number of well-wishers.
Journey To Florida
Traveling to Winter Parlr, F!a.,
this week will be the Vice-consul
from the Netherlands in Colon
Gunther Hirschfield, Mrs. Hirsch Hirsch-field
field Hirsch-field and their daughter, Lorc.tta.
Miss Hirschfield plans to enu.il
at Rollins College tail month
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the ox numbor lilted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwuo." or delivered
bv kiiid to the office. Notices at
Meetings carmot bo acceptod
Ulephone.
Chinese Women's League
The regular monthly gathering
of the Chinese Women's League
in Panama will be Friday aicr aicr-noon
noon aicr-noon at 5 at the home of Mis.
Fermin Chan In El Cangrejo Ail
members are urged? to at'end
ThP business meeting will be iol
lowed by refreshments.
Gem And Mineral Society
A business meeting 0 me i.m
and Mineral Society of the Cauai
7ta it Tain nneri for Friday eve-
tl'lt
ning at 7:30. The meeting will be
held in the society's Duuoing
Pier 20, Balboa.
Girl Scout Troop Ii
st Murv's fiirl Scout Troot) 85
of Balboa will meet Thursday aft--
ernoon at 3:30 at the St. Mary s
Youth Center.
"Sunday Best" For Pudding
NEW YORK (UPT) Dress
up rice pudding with this fruit
and nut combination. Mix 1 1-2
cups cold cooked rice with 1 cup
coconu', 1-2 cup canned Or froien
diced peaches, and 1-4 cup each
well dt ainld canned crushed pine
apple!
Chill 2 3 cup (1 small can) undi undiluted
luted undiluted evaporated milk in refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator tray about 20 minutes or
until soft ice crystals form around
edaes. Whip until stiff, 'dd 2 It'll-1
sppons lemon juice and whip until
very stiff. Beat in 1-2 cup sugar
and fold whipped milk into rice
mixture. Serves 6.

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CENTER of attention for real country style chicken dinner is
this ring- of precooked rice awrotongbrt of hot gravy.

BY GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA
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Now that vacations are over
and daijy menus go home style,
it's5 time to look for new recipes
for family appe ites. Here s a-
combination call it country styie
with a muderrt work-saving twist.
It's real, good eating.
Country Chicken and Rico
(Make's f or 5 servings)
One quick-frozen frying chicken,
seasoned, flour. 3 tablespoons but-
ter or o'her fat, 1 can condensed
cream of mushroom soup, 2-3 cup
water,, i 1-3 oups (4-ounce box)
packaged precooked rice, Mi tea
spoon saU, 1 1-3 cups boiling wa
ter, 2 tablespoons butter.
Separate pieces of chicken, dry
between tbwels, and roll in sea
soned flour. c-M''e I" 1
brown on all sides. Remove ehick
en from. skillet. Combine uup a;;d.
2-S cup water with drippings
in
skillet, blendinj we'l.
en to skillet, cover, and simmer
1 A 4 AC w 1 1 4 n b -vM until t an lot
30 to 45 minutes, or until tender
Add packaged precooked rice and
salt to boiling water in sauceran
Mix just to moisten all rice. Cov Cover,
er, Cover, remove from h",it. ajid let
stand 5 minutes. Add bmter and
mix slightly with a fork. Pack in into
to into well-greaced 7-inch ring niold
and let stand a -few minutes. Then
turn out onto hot servin? w
riace 8-vy m n.a . j
in center ofnce ring. Garnish
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Legal "Con" Work
:IEW YORK (UPI) irSavow
cbick peas are a Spamh substi-.
are a :
the ham
UK IOF
is the main ;

course .which handles mail lor the pro-
Sau'e 1 small sliced onion in gram; and offered to give them
2-3 tablespoons olive oil until $3,000 to slip the doctored cards
tender. Add 1-2 crushed garlic ; into the bags of legitimate mail,
cloves and 1 can drained chick i The mailroom employes report report-peas.
peas. report-peas. Sprinkle with minced, pars- ed the offer to their bsss, and the
ley, cover, and cook jbo lO district attor"ev'- office Was
minutes, Serves 3. v 'brought into the case. 1
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with parsley and watercress, Jf
desired. '.
Man Tries Swindle
On TV Quiz Program
NEW YORK (UPi-A 38-year-old
man was shot and wounded
yesterday .when, police sough1 fo
arrest hiitn on a charge of trvtn?
to swindle a $30,000 house from
the television quiz program "Trie
Pr'Co is PiBHt."
Gerard Mignone, who police
said ran away when! they oame
to arrest him, was reported in
good condition today St Kings
County Hospital. He was s'ruck
in the cheek by a ricn"VpUn? )"1 )"1-let,
let, )"1-let, fired as a warning to stop.
teH sid ,he Brook!v, mHn ,id
the groundwork of his plot to
"win a house offered on the pro-
, j t lh
:
Viewers were told to mail in
pds'cards by An". 29 v"h e
timate oif the value of the house.
Patten said Mignone 'mailed sev several
eral several cards to himself on Aug. 24
to get legi.imate postmarks on
them.
After the deadline, master of
ceremonies Bill CuTfen annonncd
on the air the price of the house
m o50M. Mignone was
have erased hissname ron
said
from two
of his cards, re-addressed them ft
the program with his 'ieue&ses"
of $32,050.80 and $30,250,00.
Mignqne was said to have ap-
proached two 4 een-age .employes
of Radioland Mail Service, Inc.,
instantly and completely
wttr discovery.
of JWtmJtWn

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NORTH (D) St
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East and West vulnerable
North East South West
lo 2 Pass 5
3 Pass 3 a Pass
4 Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead K

i EAST signaled come-on with the
jacK 01 ncans on nis p,.iv a u u-pening
pening u-pening lead of the king. West 0 0-bliged
bliged 0-bliged by playing ace and then
the nine.
Dave Warner of Philadelphia
who was declarer saw no point
in letting East ruff dummy's
queen of hearts so he played low.
East discarded the four of dia diamonds
monds diamonds and Dave trumped.
At this point, you readers who
see all the cards should have no
difficulty making the hand. All
you have to do is to trump a low
club in dummy and go after the
trump suit. Eventually, you take
a first round diamond finest and
discard your two remaining low
clubs on a diamond and the
queen of hearts.
Dave played the hand just that
way. He might as well have seen
all the hands because it was ap apparent
parent apparent to Mm that East's dia diamond
mond diamond discard could not have
been from the que'n and it also
was cer ain 'hat East needed: the
spade ace for his vulnerable 0 0-vercall.
vercall. 0-vercall. Incidentally, it should be point pointed
ed pointed out that the way the cards lay
East and West had severil
to beat the hand bir whsn the
oetense supped Dave was right
there to take full advantage of it.
22
Q The biddine has been
ilff fl" Wirt Nortk
PaTs r ass 2NT-
You, South, hold:
LT ? 1,8 5 K5 4
What do you do
, -B,d tn diamonds. y,
do not Mn to. raise no-trumn
k J0U.f"rtnr eoBnues with a j
,tnP. What do
Answer Tomorrow
i
J4ouieh aid JJinh
. ....
Freeze he-bs. and Vegetables,
such as parsley, celery, onions,
and green pepper, to save prep preparation
aration preparation time. Chop, package in
plastic envelopes, and label clear clearly.
ly. clearly. An easy way to cook vege'ables
at barbecues is in aluminum toil
place individual servings of can canned
ned canned or frozen vegetables oh
squares of foil. Slices of zucchiM,
tomato 01" onion rings also may
be used. Add butter, salt and de desired
sired desired seasoning, seal the foil with
a double fold, and p 1 a c the
packets on top of the grill or in
the coals. Cook about 10 minutes.
To retain a full ham flavor An
not freeze the meat Cured and
smokeoS meats lose flavor when
frozen, but regular of skinned
60 da vs. I) not Ttpptp nannod
hams may be frozen as long as
meat,
Honeydew melons are rimmed
off the vine. If the color is green greenish,
ish, greenish, let the melon ripen until a
creamy yellow hue appears.
Knrinkle I
a casserole of scalloped chicken
ana on triend or hroiled lish.
For a variation nf nnl v nl
Crinkle the top crust with grated
snarp cneese in tne last 10 mm mm-u'.es
u'.es mm-u'.es of baking. Let the pie from
the oven. Serve warm.
Next time VOl'i make na.trv
for
"X,
'or
a fruit pie, or use a pastrv m
.1. .1 N . I .L!ll
the water. The juice brings
ex ra flavor in the filling.
out
i4 v a .fticj mill 11
clothes, add three tablespoons
from
of
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snfls pnilonntraU tn II... ...
wash
the
resuiar wasn cycle, mi: wi
thout
iKim soap or detergent
ti 1 .
wasn again as usual.
WhiUI 11 I.U.'iUl.
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me ctiiiii crease onty. ah other
iwius are oest maae oy nand, be because
cause because ironed creases do not- lie
flat OA tho la Me
Homo On The- Rang
WASHINGTON (UPI) Pies
like Grandmother used to ihaxe
are s ill around, the sericulture
department reports.
Ve rely on or kitchen ovens
for much of the baked goods we
eat, a department snrvey showed.
About 93. per cent of farm 'fami 'families
lies 'families and 87 per cent of city fami
lies eat ai least one home .linked
product a week.
Most popular Items are quick quick-breads,
breads, quick-breads, cakes and pies. Next
came bread roll mnkiea a

'

JOTTINGS IN PlNCtt.
Eartha Kitt's recurring and

public attacks of the olues are
the the talk of Hollywood. She at
tributes her most recent soubmg
fit to "just one of mf depressed
mooas. uut iriends tigure she s
probably been terribly affectert by
the latest news about Arthur toew
. .Matt Mattox, featured dancer
in "Say, Darling," in passing out
cigars backstage. He and Mrs. (the
former Jean Caples of tho same
show) are lullabying a new baby
coy.
Charlie Chaplin, back in Switzer Switzerland
land Switzerland after a sojourn onthe Fren;!
Riviera, is wearing gloves day and
night even at the dinner table 10
hide the skin infection with which
he's beon af licted recently. Jen Jenny
ny Jenny Lindstrom. Ingrid Bergman's
daughter on this side of the.AthuH
tic, is combining serious studies
with dating and the lucky fellow
is honor student Peter Heller.
Gita Hall is being noncommittal
about her reconciliation with Bar Barry
ry Barry Sullivan. They're a twosome a
gain, but he's been paying attention
to other beauties as well, and wtei
friends' ask her about the status
of the romance, Gila's reply is
a shrugging, "Well, we're not enc
mies". .Bans Gonsalez. who uses
he words "craiy. nutty" and
coocoo" as stock be bop compli
ments, opens a new nightclub in
Harlem next week. Name of toe
place: "The Insane Asylum."
Vincent Beck, the understudv
who covered himself With glory
when he took over as Judy Holli Holli-day's
day's Holli-day's leading man in "Bells are
Rinding." doubles as waiter at
the Belmont Plaza Hotel on wee
ends. . Twentieth Century-i'ox
may snatch Van Cliburn for films.
A big deal is cooking at that stu.
dio.
As th result of an innocent and
obviously kidding note in this
.ai acvui-. uajs rtfiu, uiir .jwjiii
l. MCLougmin, president of ana
we quote-"The Tough Club"
qualifies as the most irate gentle gentleman
man gentleman in town, and as spokesman
for the membership 0' his organi organization
zation organization he reports that it is agtin
we quote-r-"in an uproar."
He wishes it made clear tfcat
despite its rather belligerent name.
the Tough Club Is composed of
ays.
Not long ago I asked working
wives who are convinced that their
jobs haven't made them poorer
wives, moiners ana nouseKeepeis,
to stand up and be counted. i
They stood up, all right straight
and tail and proud, judging from
tneir tetters to let 11 De Knswn
1 hot a woman can hold down
a job and not in any way negieUt
tier children, her husband or her
iiome. 1
borne said thai their working had
made it possible for the family n.
buy a home of their Own. Some
said it was that extra pay check
in the family that mad. it possible
for the children to have a college
education. Some said the feeling
of accomplishment they got from
holding, down a job and earning a
pay check had given them such a
lift they knew they were more sti
mulating companions to their hus
bands.
But the interesting thine about
their letters was that they all said
that what made the career-house-
wife comMnaion work was family
cooperation.
In every single success letter,
mere was the boast that "My hus
band appreciates my helping out,
for, "We talked it over with ihe
Nchildren before I tttk a 10b and
they Have been wonderful about
doing their share of the work a a-round
round a-round the house," or, "We all share
in the household chores."
So, perhaps, the answer to' whe whether
ther whether or not a wife and mother can
successfully hold down an outside
nob depends on her ability to con convince
vince convince her husband and children
that she is aoine to work for tht
good of the family and that in re-
Krn she needs her family s cooper
ion.
I wish I c6uld share these lit liters
ers liters with you for they are remark
ible success storits. They how
1 new kind of spirit withi families
lulling together just as they did in
ilie early days of our country,
chen every member or the family
was expected to pitch In and do
whatever had to be done.
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strictly elegant, prominent, honor honorable,
able, honorable, distinguished, patriotic and'
adorable chaps no "hoods" in included.
cluded. included. Of course this reporter never
really did believe the elub wai
founded for the benefit of hood hoodlums,
lums, hoodlums, and never will really believi
that Mr McLoughlin really believ believed
ed believed she intended anyone to tal l
the gag seriously, despit. his in
dignant 170-word telegram of pro
test. ,1
But anyway, in th spirit oi
fnendhness to all those fellows on
W.T4th St., let's repeat: there an
no 'hoods" in the Tough Club
(Hood, Me??)
It's being bruited about in cine cinema
ma cinema circles that the hilarious laun
dromat seen in "MnM.oV..'! .....

written by the star himself, Cry
iv 'cweiry moaei sanoj
12?!.nM?e the most detefmia.
ed pitch for Lance Reventiow's at
tention at the Essex House parr
roeb"t,ngi entry into East
coast sports car racing, She look look-ed
ed look-ed hke rather stif r
nil c t i. "-"'"Huuvni 11T
Jill St. John who's been consider-
"U?el?.12 m.V the grade
law mutton s daughter in-
. T.n. u- S- soon will move to "dn
A Pi frantic Inn ,w s
yer trouble is brewing for Loaf
f rima. who s currenHv gtrikin" t
richer than ever in his long car
eer. The first Mrs. Prima, who
still gets A percentage of his year yearly
ly yearly earning ennrfeev nf tUmtm 1
. w ."IV I III,
ginaL divorce agreement, is de
inanamg a mil accounting of his
Income.
Movie Prior, urhn lit-
f w mum ce-
'ebrity extras will have fun at
me Roots of Heven." When a
sizable nuinber of believable look-
WS news rnrrsennnriont. I. l
ed for one excitinf sequence, all
aiiKiisn speaiong members w
comoanv were rerniitrf mA ik.
resulting crowd shot
only Patrick Leigh Fetmor (mho
n..nf UnA fl, ...Jri il
.1 scum "'im itoman
Gary) but director fmn Huston
and nroducer Darryl Zanuck who
simoly iumoed on from their little
camo chairs and became actors fa
a trice. p
All Suzv-Parker" infimatB. i.e.
lieve her storv that the overdose
01 sieemng puis was a eomplete
accident not a suir'l'e attemnt.
But nnbodv pan nuif fioin-n a
why she entered the hospital un-
nr an assumen nam? ani viio
wi supposed to be fooled by that
tor now long. ; s
Seve Allen's audience will get
at least on. look at the mow mow-ache
ache mow-ache he grew in Europe as "a
disguise" to protect him from the
hordes of U. S. tourits roam' :t
the Continent. He'll snort 'ft on cl-
mera ?nd watt for the fan reac reaction.
tion. reaction. (This fan's reaction; Shaw
i off, honey'.). .Recommenced
disc: Morty Craft's new MGM
slbtim. Jazz in Black Tie".
There must be a cityside story in
thn rnaciMi whv Wvnminff nd Mnn-.
tana aren't represented in this
year's Miss America, contest B
Turkey Going To School
WASHINGTON (UPI- School
children will gobble up a lot of
turkeys this year.
The- Agriculture Department
bought nearly two-milim-Jppds
of turkeys for school Itinen- pro programs.
grams. programs. The birds are whole, ready
to cook, and frozen, and w.'igh
iDotn 18 to 24 Pounds. The depart
ment also purchased more than
410,000 cases of canned sreen for
the youngster' meals.
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, MM
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN IWDEPEWDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE FtYg

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Luvm per vacation,

Business Trip in states
i.vinff this week lor a

tion and business trip in the
ct.i.. r Froriprik Ohtnipnle.

SUIW( JIM
manager of La ExposicUn Branch
of the First National City Bank

US Doctor Reports
On Hew Operation
To Core Emphysema

TOKYO UPI)An America?
doctor reported yesterday tn.it
new opiratiOB hai been developed
to combat emphysema, a lung
disease now affecting "probably
one miffleo Americans."
Dr. Roger 8. Wilson of the Uni University
versity University of Calif ornia Medical
School at Sn Francisco told the
fifth International Congress of the
American College of Chest Physi Physicians
cians Physicians that, ihe disease made
breathing a painful, difficult and
finally impossible process.
The operation, hP said, had
been tried "on 20 "very desperate
cases."
"There have been some
deaths," he said, "but 75 per cent
of the patients showed improvement-'
'-
"It offers a significant im improvement
provement improvement for persona who liter literally
ally literally are gasping for breath," he
said, (i ' X-
Dr. Elmer- C. Rigby. of Us
Angeles, said the one way to de describe
scribe describe the disease as that "any "anybody
body "anybody who doesn't have either
heart or lung disease and is short
of breath has some degree of
emphysema."
Wilson said the eause of the
disease was not known but that
the condition lias "worsened by
a number of things, including air
pollution, and smoking. '"'

of New York. Be plans to visit
his daughter and her lamily n

vaca- Georgia and liter will consult

with officials at toe oati s aeaa
office in New York.

Return Frem Vacation
Mrs. Nancy Sidebotham ind

children Nancy, Jimmy and Su

san have returned trom a vat a
tion in the States to rejoin Mr. J.
Paul Sidebotham, manager of the
First National City Bank of New
York.
USAF s X7 Ramjet
Becomes Fastest

Missile in World

SUNNYVALE. Calif. (UPI)

The Air Force disclosed today
41.. t .vhcH "X7 ramiet mis-

uiaL m uwvwn -' "7
;i v.., hoon flnwn m excess 01

four times the speed of sound, to
become the fastest air-breathing
missile in the free World.
The 37-fOOt-long X7, designed
and built by the Lockheed missile
sty stems division in Van. Nuy
Calif., also holds the altitude, rec record
ord record for ramjet birds. Although the
exact altitude has not been re revealed,
vealed, revealed, it can be said the XT ha

flown to the edge of the upper
atmosphere.
The record speed flight was so
fat that the. heat generated by
thev supersonic velocity eoupled
with normal engine heat caused
part of the WinJet to burn away.
The" X7 was. air-dropped from a
specially-modified BS0 high over
the desert test range at the Air
Force's missile development cen center
ter center at Holloman nAFB.
A' large booster rocketed the
missile to a faster-than-sound
speed, where tht ramjet took
over. Within seconds the bird had
accelerated to the fantastic speed,
with its flame-tailed engine blast blasting
ing blasting it far out of human sight.

Cement Worker RP Lottery To Publish Study
11 mi 11 iiiii j 1 s

rritories

Tells Why He

Young Blonde Stene

FORT COLUNS, Colo. (TJPI
Floyd Robertson, Jr. signed
statement today admitting he sex
slaying of 18-year-old ttarjorie
Schneider.
"I don't know why (1 killed her)
except that I couldn't stand seeing
someone else have a good time,"

he told .officers.

The 24year-old Miner 01 inree
small children spent muen of the
day undergoing further question questioning.
ing. questioning. Sheriff Ray Scheerer said he
had signed a statement "enum "enumerating
erating "enumerating the details" of how he
kidnaped the pretty blond stenog stenographer,
rapher, stenographer, was intimate with her on
a lonely mountain road north of
here then killed her with a rifle
when she tried to flee.
Robertson's wife, Darlene, and
his parents, were summoned to
Scheerer's office for routine ques questioning.
tioning. questioning. They have remained in
seclusion since the blond cement
plant worker was arrested yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Formal charges against Robert-

ton were delayed so that a coro

ner's jury could be impaneled to
view the girl's body and then con conduct
duct conduct an inquest.
Scheerer quoted Robertson as
saying he drove Mar jorie about 25

miles to Pennock Pass from a

"Lovers' Lane" where he abduct

ed her as she, her date, and a

young married couple were pert
ed early Sunday.
He stooned when he had a flat

tire. Scheerer said, and there

was intimate with Miss Schneider.
But Robertson -claimed she sub submitted
mitted submitted willingly, according to
Scheerer.
Robertson said after he wis in intimate
timate intimate with the girl he prepared
to fix the flat when the girl be began
gan began running down the road. He
fired three times with a .22 cali calibre
bre calibre rifle which he later threw
away. Officers were searching for
the' weapon.

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The National Lottdy of Pant Pant-ma
ma Pant-ma will publish this weekend a
study entitled "Non-Self-Governing
Territories and the United Na Nations,"
tions," Nations," written by George W.
Westerman, Panamanian delegate
to the United Nations. 'JI
The study, in Spanish and Eng English,
lish, English, starts with the orida of tent

A. J I A. i At

leesnip ana develops uus meme
all through the pert it plays in

me united Nations system of non-

se'f-governinp and trust territories.

It also deals with such aspects

of the UN .unctions as technical

assistance, social reform, human

rights, International Labor Organi

zation, world Health Organization,

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NAEARENE STUDENT Miss
Ida Ferguson (above) left
here last week to enroll at the
Pasadena, Cel., Nazarene Col College,
lege, College, after graduating earlier
this year from the Pan-American
Institute, a member of
the Ancon church of -the Na Nazarene,
zarene, Nazarene, Miss Ferguson will
join her brother, Maurice, who
is in his third year at the
Nazarene Liberal Arts College.
She Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James Ferguson of
Panama City.

United Nations International Chil

dren s Fund, united nations a.nu
cational. Scientific and Cultural
Organization.
In a prologue wrltte, by Dr.
Cesar A. Ouintero. dean of the

faculty of public administration at

university 01 ranama, westerman
is described as "author of varl varl-oobp
oobp varl-oobp suMished works who has al

ready distinguished himself for his

contributions to tne socio-economic
ideal and nolitica of out genera

tion. .and Who brings to the sub

ject which is the title 01 his work,
the knowledge and the experience

which he has acquired from hav

ing served on two consecutive oc

casions as a delegate of Panama

to the General Assembly 01 me

United Nations. .

Dr. Ouintero said that as a fel-

low deleeate he observed that the

author did not conauct nim&eji

merely as another 01 tne tourist

delegates who are most frequent

ly sent to such assemblies. "He

represented us on me iounn com

mittee of tne Assemoiy, wmcn is

the committer that deals with
non-self-governing territories and,

especially of tne territories uncier

trusteeship."

The publication carries a note

of presentation written by Dr.

Carlos E. Mendoza, general man

ager of the National Lottery, in

which he explains mat nis insti

tution "takes pride m supporting

activities which contribute o im

prove the culture of the masses,

and consilium a aumuiui ior
those who follow intellectual pur pursuits."
suits." pursuits." Mendoza further states that
Westermw "has made a nan .1
tot himself in the public life of
Panama, using no weapons save
his goodwill and capacity (or
work."
A Sceon Worth taring
NEW YORK (UPI) -For an
elegant salad ob a hot day, scoop
the "meat" from a canteloupe
and combine the chunks with
peach and avocado slices. Return
the fruit mixture to the canta cantaloupe
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flower 01 Isthmus
Confers Degrees
Last Sunday eveahu the Flow-

er-of-lsthmus Grand Christian En

campment no. e couerreo ine
degree of Royal en the following:

Artnur uaie, aooerto King, Ed Edward
ward Edward Henry. Icelus A. Stewart,
Antonio Mambu and Luis Gaia".
Degree officers ware: Walter Als
as grand high priest, Hubert M.
Green and Neville A. Ouarleaa

as high priests, and Edward W.
Dyett as eminent grand and high
priest.
Officers from the Star of Hula.

na Grand Christian Enbampment

no. 1 01 raaama uity were in at attendance,
tendance, attendance, and included: Felipe Go Gomez,
mez, Gomez, eminent grand; Ralph Weeks,
senior deaoon; Lionel X. Far Far-din,
din, Far-din, junior deacon; Gerald P.
Cousins, secretary and Reuben E.
Douglas, knight companion.
Another grand degree is slated
to be conferred on several candi candidates
dates candidates by the Flower of Isthmus
Encampment at their Temple, on
Sunday, Oct. 5 with invitation ex-'
tended to all Knights on both

sides of the Isthmus.

Moonlight Club
Fetes Anniversary
Next Sunday
The 28th anniversary rf thm

Moonlight Social Club of Colon

will be celebrated on Sunday,
with its IS members attending
Divine Worship st the Trinity

Meinoaist cnurcn, colon, wan
Rev. V. J. Watson, as officiant.
Folio wins Worshin th new nf.

fleers will be installed by H.
Blackwood at Harold Lewis a
the new president

St. Christopher's
Men's Fellowship
To Hear Cmdr.
Comdr. Richard A. Sexton, Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the District Commission
on Layman's Work, will be the
guest speaker at the St Christo
pher's Men's Fellowship meeting
to be held tomorrow evening at
8 p.m.
All male members of St. Chris Christopher's
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1951
Pirates Virtually
Place In N.L.

PAGE EIGHT

Clinch Second
.

Surprising Bucs Sweep
Doublebill From Giants

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Sept. 10 (UPI) The Pittsburgh
Pirates can't hope to catch the front-running Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves but they're virtually assured today
of theirs best finish in 14 years.

Danny Murtaugh's surprising
crew Just about clinched second
place in the National League last
night when they beat the San
mnclfco Giants 4-3 and 2-1 on
late-inning hits by Frank Thom Thomas
as Thomas and Ted Kluszewskl That
eave the Pirates a 4V2-game lead
gave one i- otants and
over tne imru-t". ------
uvci wi ... ,,, a
put them in P uu 'mesi
500 pace in men c
wll clinch second Ple.
The Pirates nave
high as secona omy
lrst20 years-ln 1938 when ithey
blew the pennant In the last
week of the season a n d In 1944
when they trailed the St. Louis
Cardinals by 14 Vi gmes-
The Pirates won the first
game a contest suspended
since' July 27, when Thomas
singled home Roberto t'
mente In the eighth inning.
Clemente had walked and
gone to third on Dick Stuarts
single before Thomas deliver delivered
ed delivered the decisive blow off Al
Worthlngton.
Kluszewski, plnch-hltting for
catcher Bill Hall, singled off
Gordon Jones in the ninth in inning
ning inning of the regulation game to
snap a 1-1 tie. Bill Mazeroskl.
who homered for the Pirates'
Viveros Works Out
In Panama Today
Tomorrow At 4
Colombian featherweight king
Ramiro Viveros who fights
Panamanian 186-pound mon mon-nrrh
nrrh mon-nrrh Jesus Santamarla In a
battle of champions in Colon
Sunday night, will work out at
the Panama Gym at 4 p.m.
today and also tomorrow for
the benefit of Panama City
boxing fansylt ifB announced
today. f i,
Viveros, who Is ald to be a
hard-hitting scrapper, arrived
on the Isthimrs last Friday for
the bout which was originally
scheduled for last Sunday.
The fight was postponed by
the Colon Boxing Commission
to enable the -visitor to become
acclimated and "feel more at
home" In new surroundings.
Three other bouts will round
out Sunday's program drawn
up by-promoter tin Duncan.
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first run, doubled to start the
rallv. Rookie George Witt lim

ited the Giants to six hits for
8 23 innings but Elroy Face,
making his 54th relief appear appearance,
ance, appearance, picked up his fifth win.
The Giants, long the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Braves' No. 1 challenger this
season, now find themselves in
danger of dropping into the
danger or oror
second division. They're only
two games ahead of fourth fourth-place
place fourth-place Cincinnati and three a a-head
head a-head of St. Louis.
The Braves came up with two
runs in the last ninth to edge
out the Redlegs, 3-2, and now
lead by 6'2 games with 15 to
play; the Philadelphia Phillies
beat the Los Angeles Dodgers,
6-2 and 4-3, and the Cardinals
downed the Chicago Cubs, 8-7,
in other N.L. games.
The New York Yankees'
American League lead was cut
to 11 games when they bowed
to the Cleveland Indians, 9-2,
and the Chicago White Sox
beat the Boston Red Sox, 4-1.
The Detroit Tigers whipped
the Washington Senators, 7-1,
and Preston Ward's three
homers paced the Kansas Ci City
ty City Athletics to an 8-6 decision
over the Baltimore Orioles in
other A.L. activity.
Ninth-inning singles by Ed
Mathews, Hank Aarori and
Frank Torre plus an error by
George Crowe that let In the
winning run enabled the Braves
to beat the Redlegs for the 12th
time in 15 games this season
and for the 30th time in 37 de decisions
cisions decisions over a two-year period.
Bob Rush, who relieved Carlton
Willey in the ninth, won his
eighth game. The victory re reduced
duced reduced the Braves' magic pennant-clinching
number to nine.
Wally Post's grand slam 10th-
inning homer gave the Phillies
the victory in another game
suspended from July 27 and
Sandy Koufax' wildness enabled
the Phillies to win the regula
tlon game. Jack Meyer struck
out seven batters In the last
three innings to win the regu regulation
lation regulation game.
The Cubs' Ernie Banks set a
new major league record for
shortstops by hitting his 45th
homer but the Cardinals won
the game on Irv Noren's pinch
single in the eighth. Gene
Freese, Dale Long and Eddie
Kasko also homered.
The Indians had scored eight
runs and were still batting in
the fifth when rain ended
their game with the stumbling
Yankees. Catcher Russ Nixon
drove In four runs with two
homers and a double for Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland while Mickey Mantle hit a
two-run homer for the Yankees.
Earlv Wvnn yielded onlv
three hits, two by Ted Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, to win his 14th game
and give the White Sox a
game and a half lead over the
Red Sox in the A.L.'s battle
for second place. Wynn him himself
self himself had a two-run single and
rookie John Callison went 3-for-3
to pace the White Sox'
attack.
Jim Bunning pitched a three three-hitter
hitter three-hitter for the Tigers, who rout routed
ed routed Washington's Hal Griggs
with four runs In the third in
ning. Al Kallne had four straight
singles and drove in two runs
for Detroit while Herb Plews
homered for the Senators' run.
Three homers by Ward and
circuits by Bill Tuttle and Bob
Cerv produced seven Kansas
City runs in a slugfest with
Baltimore. Bob Niernan knock knocked
ed knocked in three runs with a homer
and two singles and Gus Trlan Trlan-dos
dos Trlan-dos also homered for the Ori Orioles.
oles. Orioles. SIGNS WITH WARRIORS
PHILADELPHIA (UPI-) Neil
Johnston 28 pear old former
scoring champion of tht National
Basketball Assn., has. signed for
his eighth straight season with
the Philadelphia Warriors.
ITODAY ENCANTO 35 201
Paul Newman
Joanne Woodward in
"THE LONG, HOT SUMMER"
Barry Sullivan In
"FORTY GUNS"

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LEADING
HITTERS

(Based on 350 official at batt)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB R H Pet.
128 444 62 150 .338
135 543 85 182 .335
138 543 99 183 .333
137 534 104 175 .323
139 555 113 176 .317
131 476 84 151 .317
133 539 78 166 .308
108 364 45 112 .308
136 513 80 156 .304
134 507, 93 154 .304
Musial, St. L.
Ashburn, Phi.
Aaron, Mi.
Mays, S. F.
Banks, Chi
Skinner, Pit.
Cepeda, S F.
Lynch, Cin.
Walls, Chi.
Boper, St. L.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels, Bos.
Cerv, K. C.
Williams, Bos
Power, Clev.
Kuenn, Det.
Goodman, Chi.
Minoso, Clev.
129 496
124 455
113 359
130 530
123 494
102 382
134 504
129 481
138 558
88 159 .321
82 145 .319
71 114 .318
90 167 .315
62 155 .314
40 118 .309
84 155 .308
73 148 .308
Kaline. Det.
Fox, Chi.
Mantle, N Y.
76 171
,306
.305
135 466 114 142
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Mays, Giants
Robinson, Redlegs
45
35
30
2R
28
28
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
40
36
M
34
32
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks. Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
H. Anderson, Phillies
Cepeda, Giants
Mays, Giants
111
106
89
85
84
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox 113
Sievers, Senators too
Colavito. Indians 97
Cerv, Athletics 92
Berra, Yankees 87
Mantle, Yankees 87
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Bated on 12 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W
8
19
9
16
10
L
4
10
5
9
6
Pet.
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.655
.843
.640
625
Raydon, Pirates
Spahn. Braves
Willey, Braves
Purkey, Redlegs
Hobbie, Cubs
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tueley, Yankees.
20
10
14
14
12
.789
.769
.667
.667
Hyde, Senators
McLish. Indians
Ford, Yankees
Delock, Red Sox
.667
Banished Don Fuell
To Learn Of Grid
Future Next Week
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. UPI() -Don
Fuell, seeking to have a life
time banishment from Southeast-1
em Conference athletics lifted, is
expected to learn of his football
iUture next week.
Judge J. Russell McEIroy took
under advisement Monday a re request
quest request for a writ of mandamus
which would erase Fuell's disbar
ment from SEC athletics for al allegedly
legedly allegedly receiving inducements to
enroll at Auburn.
McEIroy also had before him a
demurrer seeking to have the re request
quest request for the writ thrown out. It
was filed by attorney Frank Bain
bridge, representing SEC Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Bernie Moore.
Auburn was placed on three
years' probation by the National
Collegiate Athletic Assn. for al
legedly giving Fuell, a 19.r pound
Guntersville, Ala., high school
quarterback sensation, a $1,500
motorboat, air conditioner and a
$75 a month apartment for his
wife and child.
Fuell, who is now participating
in the Tigers' pre season football
practice "just like anybody else,"
denied thP charges and claimed
he was never given an op
portunity to defend himself.
Bainbridge claimed the court
action, the first ever filed in a
fight against a conference ruling,
was "useless and needless" be
cause all Fuell could obtain was
another hearing before Moore.
Roderick Beddow Sr., one of
five attorneys representing Fuell.
told McElrop during a flay-long
hearing last week, Fuell was
"crucified" because Auburn had
grown into football powerhouse
and other schools were "jealous."
Auburn finished the 1957 season
with a perfect 10 0 record.
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CLEARING THE BOARDS Fort Amador's Jenning Rogers
pulls down a rebound in the recent Navy-Amador clash at
Reeder Gymnasium. Reaching over Rogers' shoulder is Navy's
captain and high scorer, Matt Johnson while Amador's Joe
Jacobs (18) and Ray Crawford (19) stand gaping. The third
place Amador quintet won the PAAF contest 89-79.

Navy Scores Second Victory
In PAAF Basketball League

A fighting Navy quintet defeat
ed Army Atlantic last night (Sept
ember 8) on the Gold Coast forthe
second time this season, 74 63.
The defeat, at the hands of the
last place Navy quintet, knocked
the Bushmasters out of a third
place tie in the PAAF circuit with
Fort Amador.
Albrook Air Force Base still
leads the well-balanced Navy
quintet outscored their hosts 21-11
in tne second quarter and kep'.
this 10 point lead during the rest
of the contest.
Navy's captain and leading
scorer, Matt Johnson, took Scoring
honors for the victors with 18
points. Ray Nesbitt tossed in 17
and Marv Wilt 13 to aid the Navy
team.
Army Atlantic's Don Mayers tos tossed
sed tossed in seven field goals and tix
out of six from the free throw line
to give him 30 points and scoring
laurels for the evening. John
Foster, last season's all star for
Yankees, Braves
Begin Printing
Series Tickets
CHICAGO (UPI) The New
York Yankees and Milwaukee
Braves, experienced hands at this
game, today cranked up Ihc
printing presses for 1958 World
Series tickets.
Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frick gave tye Yanks and Braves
ticket authority Monday. He said
frick gave the Yanks and Braves
ticket authority Mondap. He said
if any other clubs suddenly lorm
as contenders they, too, will be
allowed to run off tickets.
The commissioner's office, how
ever, is committed to foot the bill
for all tickets printed by any club
that doesn f wind up in the series.
It thus grants printing permission
only to apparent pennant winners,
The 1958 Series will open at the
park of the National League pen pennant
nant pennant winner on Wednesday, Oct.
1. The second game will be
Thursday.
Player 01 The Day
ROBERTO CLEMENTE
Not very many top-flight p'nv
vers have come into the ma;n'
leagues via the annual player
draft from the minors, but murk
down outfielder Roberto (Bob)
Clemente of the Pittsburgh Pi
rates as one draftee who mfde
good.
The Pirates picked un Clement?
from the Brooklyn Dodgers' Mon Montreal
treal Montreal farm team after the 1P54
season, paying only the $1 000
player draft price.
Actually. It was s mistake on
the Dodgers' part. Clemente had
batted onlv .257 for Montreal In
'54 and the Dndpers fieur" he
wouldn't be picked in the draft-
so thev failed to "protect" him.
The Puerto Rican outfielder hs
since become a fixture in the Rue
gardens where his steady hitting
and sharp fielding have made
him noniilsr. Tils latest feat came
Mondav night when he whacked
three trinles a real tribut to his
speed-in the Pirate' 4 1 win
over Cincinnati.
Three triples In one game
equalled the modern major league
record.

(U.S. Armr Phoot)

ward tossed in 12 for the Bush
masters.
The win gives Navy a record of
two wins against 10 losses. Aimv
Atlntic's record is now 5-7.
Tonight at Fort Kobbe the Re
gulars will try and keep their
pennant hopes alive as they host
the surprising Fort Amador Troop
ers. Amador, the doormat of the
league last year, is currently in
undisputed possession of third
place with a 5-6 slate.
PAAF League Standings
(As of September 9)
Teams
Albrook AFB
Fort Kobbe
Fort Amador
Army Atlantic
Fort Clapton
Navy
W L GB
10.1
8 3
5 6
5 7
4 7
2 10
2
5
5Vii
6
?'2
SCRES
The Pacific Cosmopolitan Mixed
Bowling League will open tilt
1958 59 season this evening at 7:30
P m. at Diablo Service Center al alleys.
leys. alleys. Ttar
I
Bill Coffey
Bill Rogers
Lil Gunn
Reggie Schmidt
Ted Schmidt
II
Ted Albritton
Myrtle Albritton
Mac Lane
Priscilla Lane
Ray Schneider
Ill
TAHITI
Wm. Jamison
Marge Hicks
Thelma Camby
Ed Kunkle
Henry Bush
IV
Ed Lowande
Thelma Lowande
Bud Balcer
Betty Balcer
SPALDING DOT
George Riley
Wilma Rilev
B. J. Nelson
Harry Colbert
Casey Hall
VI
Dick LeBeau
Mickey LeBeau
George Folger
Art Roberts
Bernice Roberts
VII
COLONIAL INS
Betty Coleman
Harry Klumpp
Bob Toland
Betty Brown
Jack Voss
VIII
KarJ Best
Phyllis Best
M. Mitshussen
Dick Soyster
PrusinskL

r

Montreal Cops

Playoff Ope

ner
NEW YORK. Sent. 10 (UPI)
Rookie Bob Giallombardo, re recently
cently recently returned by the parent
Los Armeies Dodeers will take
the mound for Montreal tonignt
as tne Royals attempt to taice a
commanding two-game edge
over the Columbus Jets In the
International League's semi-I-nal
playoffs.
Lynn Lovv-nguth, a veteran
righthander wh has played for
five different Ii. clubs, will be
the Jei's choice to pull them
even Loveneuth had an 11-13
record while toiling for Roches Rochester
ter Rochester and Columbus during the
regular season,, while Giallom Giallombardo.
bardo. Giallombardo. a southpaw, was 12-9
with the Royals.
Montreal won tne opening
game of the best-of -seven set
Tuesdav nieht. 8-2. Two homers
plus the strong pitching of Tom
LaSorda and Rene vaiaes car carried
ried carried pennant-winning Montreal
home in front.
Jim Koranda and Sandy Amo Amo-ros
ros Amo-ros each hit two-run homers for
Montreal. Enough to provide
LaSorda with the victory. La LaSorda
Sorda LaSorda pitched hitless ball for
the first four innings, but yield yielded
ed yielded two runs in the fifth and
fhan'Viari to. he lifted for Valdes
when the Jets threatened again
In the eighth. Bennie Danieis
was the starter And loser for Co Columbus,
lumbus, Columbus, In the other semi-final se series,
ries, series, the scheduled first game
between Toronto and Rochester
was postponed by rain last
night and will be played today
at Toronto. Ernie Brogio (9r3)
will pit"h for the Leafs against
the Royal's Gary Blaylock (14 (14-10).
10). (14-10). The linescore:
Columbus 000 020 000 2 8 1
Montreal 202 000 04x 8 10 1
Daniels, Kelly (7), Rowe (8)
and Miley; LaSorda, Valdes (8)
and Teed. WP: LaSorda. LP:
Daniels. HRs: Koranda, Amoror.
Five Instructors
Named for Course
In Boat Piloting
Five instrnetnrs were named in.
day for the free course in small
boat nilotinp that will start novl
Tuesday evening in Balboa.
me teacners were announce;?.
byCaptain John Waters, com commander
mander commander nf the lnpal unit nf tn
United States Power Squadrons,
sponsor or tne course. They wnl
be Brodie Burnham, who will in
structor in Boat Equipment and
the Mariner's Compass; Captain
Water himself who will t-w-h
Rules of the Nautical Road; Ed
itigDy, instructor in Seamansmp
and Aids to Navigation- Clonrao
Fitzgerald, who hs charge of
Safety instruction; and B. J.
urown. instructor in Chart Work
and Manners and Customs on
tnipt)oard.
Registration for the course
will be held at 7:30 D m. Tiles
day, Sept. 16, in the Panama
Canal Company Training Center.
cross ine r a a m a Railroad
tracks from the Balboa Gasoline
Station. There are no fees. Men
and women alike will be welcome.
Ownership of a boats is not, ne necessary.
cessary. necessary. The course is scheduled to meet
each Tuesday evening for eleven
weeks.
Thirty-Year-Old
Pro Gridders Have
70-Year-Old Knees
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)
home no year old protessioial
football players have knees that
are 60 to 70 years old, thP medi medical
cal medical director of the Los Angeles
Orthopaedic Hospital said toduv.
Dr. J. Vernon Lock, who also
treats knee i n i u r 1 e s for tha
Washington Redskins, addressed
a medical groun here.
. Luck reported that "no Joint in
the bodv is as vulnerable as the
knee unless it is the ankle.. Carti Carti-lege
lege Carti-lege in the knee iust can't always
takp the hundreds of pounds of
force that are applied when a
football nlayer is tackled."
He said athletes develop power powerful
ful powerful thigh muscles which actually
protect their knees and allow
them to function even with rup ruptured
tured ruptured ligaments or damaged car cartilage.
tilage. cartilage. "Nearlv everyone 50 years of
age or older rfhows some sign of
the aping process in the cartilage
In their joints," Luck said. Car Cartilage,
tilage, Cartilage, which is a tough, firm,
white gristly material, softens
with age. Injury to a joint can
cause some change. In football
players and others who are hurt
the process is Just speeded up."
SUFFERS FRACTURE
ANNARBOR Mich. (UPI) -.John
Herrnstein, hard hitting
fullback of the University of Mich
igan football team, will be absent
from practice for the remainder
of the week because of a "minor
fracture of the right cheekbone."

Over Columbus

tsBCsMTT'.lB'

Editor: CONRADO SARGfcAN'f

I ft aim.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L
2 57
74 64
71 M
70 71
7. 70
45 73
4 75
77
Pet. GB
Milwaukee
590
Pittsburgh
.543
.511
San Francisco
11
Cincinnati
4M 13
St. Lewis
489
14
HVa
Los Angle
.413
Chicago
.460
Philadelphia
.431 21
Today's (femes
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N).
Chicago at St. Louis (N).
San Francisco at Pittsburgh (Nj.
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N).
Yesterday's Results
fSticaandfwl ft f l.. I., hi
San Francisco 020 100 0003 11 0
rittsourgn 000 102 Olx 4 8 1
uiei (4-5), Worthington, Grissom
and Thomas; r ..
Blackburn. Port erf ield fa n mi
Hall.
(Ninht Carnal
San Francisco 000 001 0001 8 1
Pittsburgh 010 000 0012 to 0
Miller, Jones (0-1) and Schmidt.
Witt, Face (5-2) and Hall.
(Suspended Game af Jnlv 971
Los An seles mo onn noi n? r.
Fbila. 000 002 000 46 8 1
Gialombardo. Klinnstein Vi nn
(6-5), Labine and Pignatano, Rose Rose-boro.
boro. Rose-boro. Simmons. Hearn (5-3) and Ln
pata.
(Night Game)
Los Angeles 102 000 0003 0
Philadelphia 000 103 OOx 4 7 0
Koufax (10-10), Khppsteam and
Roseboro.
Semproch, Sanford (9-12) Mer
er and Hegan.
(Night Game)
Cincinnati 010 010 0002 1
Milwaukee 010 000 0023 10 0
Newcombe (6 12). Lawrence and
Bailey.
Willey, Rush (8-6) and Rice.
(Night Game)
Chicago 200 031 010-7 11 0
St. Louis 200 410 Olx 8 11 2
Hillman, Henry, Hobbie, Elslon
(7-8) and Neeman. f
Jones, Brosnan (11-8), Chittum,
Stubbs and Green.
The Rockies

Interest Centered Around
.... -.
Passing Star Lee Grosseup

By .STEVE .SMILANiCH
sat.t T.AKF. CITY (UPI) The
presence of four new coaches, a
strong bid by Brigham Young
University for its first conference
,.hj n,ni flush in and the return of
passing star Lee Grosseup com-
nine 10 yiuviuc ucn -terest
in the Rockies this season.
In addition, the line OF demarca demarcation
tion demarcation in the Rockies is expected to
be clearly visible this season be because
cause because of an uneven distribution 01
strength.
Tn the Slrvline Conference BYU.
Wyoming, Denver and Utah ap
pear to be tne most ricniy en en-AtwaA
AtwaA en-AtwaA with tnn talent. On the
other side of thP picture are Utah
. ,. T w I J Cflf
State, wew raexico, i.uiuiu owe
and Montana.
In the neighboring Rocky Moun Mountain
tain Mountain Pnnferenee perennial Cham
pion Idaho State College is strong
again ana no one is expeciea iv
seriously challenge the Bengals.
Falcons Expected To Gain
Among the independents, the
Air Force Academy is expected
to gain altitude this year under
new Coach Ben Martin.
Martin, a Navy graduate, takes
over for Buck Shaw. The Falcons,
now in their third year of tha
sport, are expected to have
greater experience, but tne ?iy
bovs also face a tougher schedule.
Other new coaches in the area
this season are Ray Nagel, who
succeeded Jack Curtice at utan;
Marv Levy, a replacement for
Dick Clausen at New Mexico and
Ray Jenkins, who follows the de
parted Jerry Williams at Mon
tani.
Nagel, a former UCLA aide,
races a bie rebuilding lob at
Utah. The defending champs lost
18 lettermen from last season.
But Nacel has one of college
football s greatest passers in Lee
Grosseup, Last year orosscus
threw 137 passes and completed
94 for a record breaking .use
average.
The emphasis at Utah this year
will be on defense. Grosseup, no
threat ss a runner last season, is
expected to carry the ball more.
BYU Pro-Season Favorite
. BYU, in Us third year of m
building under former Rhode Is
lander Hal Konn. is the pre
season favorite in the Skyline.
Last year the Cougars jumped
from seventh to second in the
standings and Kopp has most of
his personnel back this seaon
Wyoming, because it had the
strongest freshman team in the
area last season, is expected m
he the ton challenger to BYl'
Coach Bob Devaney, however.

PpeA LEAGUE

Now York
Chicago
HsTOaian
AS ni
71 ft '.M 101a.
Detroit
Cleveland
Baltimore
71 .4M 16
9 .415 1614
arana r:.. ... ...
oo A
--""iffow as 7T .423 15
New York at Cleveland N)
Boston at Chicago. .
Balthnore at Kansas City (N)
Washington at Detroit,-
Y!,,d,y'
m. (Night Game)
m r.r." W w z s i
1PW Vnrt
vrew ana ooi 080 n 1
TtipV- V M
"Jvnoyn n I I'll m4 D
Nixnir8h' Woodeshi (4-) and
(PaPed ," account of rain la
.irst ha f nf mitu
t, fNfht Game)
Washington 000 000 0011 S l
Detroit 104 floi 10x-7 10 ft
Gnggs (3-11), Komonosky, Con
stable and Courtney.
ouunuig ui-iu; ana Wilson.
(Night Game)
Boston 100 000 0001 s a
Chicago 000 003 Olx 4 11 1
Sullivan f 11-81. Kielv .nH n.
x t -j o.au 1J O
Wynn (14:13) and Lollar.
Fight Results
NEW ORLEANS Ralph Oil-
Das. 140. New Orlea
Johnny Gorman, 143, Brooklyn,
RENO, Nev. Howard King,
192. Reno. Nev.. niitnnlntari Art
Swiden, 198, Pittsburgh, (10).
SCORES TRIPLE
SALEM. N. H. fTTPn .Tnet.
G. R. Munsell scored a ridinit
trinle at RnckinehamPar t Mnn.
dav. winning with Mnlli 7. at
$13.80 ip the third race, One
Question at $13.00 in the seventh,
ana corconco at J19.0& tn the
ninth.
, s
New F06
must correct weaknesses at cen
ter and at quarterback.
Denver will have annthar itrnna
defensive club and if Coach John
RoninP can mtiater nniiah nf.
tense, the Pioneers will be con-
lenaers. av raunce at; Utah Statt
pins his hopes on a tough detense
while l.pvv inherit mnA avmllnnl
backfield headed by Don Perkins,
tne hkyiine s leading ground gain
er last year.
Colorado State expects to count
heavily on junior college trans transfers
fers transfers to improve last season'i
seventh placB finish. .Montana,
weakened when Earl Keeley qui)
school to enter the pro ranks,
lists all conference guard Stan
Renning as its top returnee.
Finslerwald Wilts
$17,000 Utah Open
SLAT LAKE CITY rilPIl COft
CArvntivA Dnw Fincf erwalrl whi
got bold and discarded His play.
11-saie .si vie m playing 10 win
17 nnn TTtah ftnen mav rhallenel
his traveling partner, Arnold
Palmer, for top money nonors ne.
fore the 1958 pro golf tour la war,
Tne tormer unio university jaw
student added $2,000 to fail
earnings Monday by winning the
72 hole, four day event over the
Salt Lake country uud eourse.
Finstcrwald, OI requesra, na.,
carded a final round six under
Mr an fnr a 9A7 total to beat hack
tha hallan nf Arnold Palmer.
Latrobe, Pa., and Fred Hawkins
of El Paso, Tex. Hawitms nan a
final total of 28. Palmer had
final round of 88 and a total
iof 2B8.
Fine
International
. PURCHASE, N.Y. (NBA)
Kh. mln-nitinnul ct Hill nn haOO
for the 41st Westchester Kennel
Cluh Dog Show, where more man
2,000 compete.
Japanese spaniels vie against
M..;i..n h,;.-1c- K'nrutenian vlk
bounds oopose RhOdestan ridge-
backs, English setters stana up
against Labrador retrievers, Ger German
man German sheoherds are judged wllh
Newfoundland, French bulldogs
ehqUenoe ioi tw'e" N'v'v
ieo href'- r on dinlay at tha
P'M Brook Polo Field at Pur Pur-chose.
chose. Pur-chose. Casting the final judgment on
Best in Show is tnother interna international
tional international representative, Anton Kof Kof-bel
bel Kof-bel of Switzerland.



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Octopus Gets
Name for IBC

SUMMIT CONFERENCE Standing on the steps of the Yankees' dugout at the Stadium,
the Little League world champion from Monterrey get to tips from the top. There is no
double talk as Manager Casey Stengel tails the Mexican youngsters how to play baseball.

P Olympic Committee Starts

)rVe To Send 80 To Caracas

NEW YORK (NEA) Jim
Norris named the two year-old
stakes winning Octopus afer his

International oxuifc iuu, which j
is known by that name.
Jack Amiel nameu a juvenile
Manassa Mauler for his par.ner,
Jack Dempsey. The most scholar scholarly
ly scholarly named of the 1958 class is King
Ranch's Socra es, by Poised out
el Good Reason. yj
"Because ne looks so stupii
the result of an accident to his
forehead, Claiborne Farm dubbed
Its Tom Fool colt Dunce.
A weird tale goes with he nam naming
ing naming of Parsons Cupboard. He was
bred in England by Mrs. R. M.
Parsons, an aged, wealthy and
eccentric woman. One night a sta stable
ble stable boy stole into the home, killed
her, dismembered the body and
MKfd it in a cupboard. John Bac Bac-ry
ry Bac-ry Ryan b'orug.u arsons tup tup-boards
boards tup-boards to the United States.
Sir Raymond is named for Ray

mond Quest, the former polo
player. General, Fred for Gen.

Pred Miles of Louisville and Our

Dads for Trainer Hirsch Jacobs.
Our Dads is owned by the train

er's daughter Patrice.

Tony Imbesi. head of a bottlin

firm, slipped one past The Jockey

iuu, wnicn iormas the use of

commercial names. The colt is

running as Puneves, which is a
drink spelled backward.

? 1

by

181

JOE WILLIAMS

r-tr
sir';.

ithin hours after Herb Elliott,

most remarkable miier ever
, was purportedly oifered

,000 to run commercially, a
e auarter interest in Gallant

it was sold for $1 million.

this disparity in values at-

Is, a running norse is raieu as

infinitely more anracuve i-

tment than a running man. is

horse here to stay in ipe
fe of this disturbing item it may

more appropriate to ask if man

here to stay ... and the way

gs are going these days we

Udh't care to malij took ou it.

(ere have been a number of
ant Mans horses that could

just as fast and just as tar;
there has been only one Herb

Tott, a man who betters the

minute mile wnen ne mereiy

for a stroll in -the park, vet
earning ftotentialities are dis

sed as tWfillgible.

n the phone yesterday, Leslie
mbs 3rd had said: "What on

fth would I want with Elliott"

running a breeding, farm, re re-iher"3..
iher"3.. re-iher"3.. Coambs headed the

dicate lnnijWmlDiallaitt

n; in 58 he. along With other

luired Nashua for a record $1.

tllant Man was 5th In the Syson

at Belmont Sat. In another

kith or sojie will join Nashua

Coombs' Bteingtph farm. These

were nought essentially or

eding. That's where the be

mey is in raring. Nashua, for in-

nee, aicien ov lax oepreoaiiim

bwsnces. has about paid for

lf a'reany.

hfr science of eugenics is mdre

nlous'v prter! In the horse

ilv thn in the human family

rourh the yers certain genetic

terns hav lifcn. developed

ch- are reasonably trustworthy.

inir blood fop speed, Bull Lea

nek i" th 30s eugenics vied

h the Charleston for popularity,
jn conversation If not In

plication. -Still femem bererf hern

n editorial bv the late Arthur

sb8ne- in wp'eh he esyc' the
of. a scholar! cupH'. Gene

Cney, heavyweight cnmwon,
uld marrv Gertrude Frderl.

fct wnmfn to swim the English

annel. In such a union the not-

editor nercpiven desirable

rnbinatfon of nhysieal character

sid mental, traits, one from

ich be human breed must sure

profit. ;"

9b j9H HI
aw
aL l I

Mantle Says Neither Braves

urdette Can Do It Again

No

COOL When Mrs. William
G. Grainger of Mendham, N J.,
wears a hat during a round of
golf, she doesn't wear any old
thing. During the Women's
Amateur championship at Da Da-rien,
rien, Da-rien, Conn., she broke out
with this straw creation.

lenge, and immense sums to be

won. Suppose the Australian winged-foot
did turn pro, whom would
be run against The clocks Wes
Santee? Most people, we're
fraid, would still prefer the late,
latp show.
A running man and his prigs
clippings scarcely ever, constitute
a box office success. When El Oua
fi dramatically won the Olympic
marathon in '28 a Broadway pro
moter made the suddenly famet.

African a sizable guarantee to ap

pear here. A re-run of the mala

thon in the Garden ... with Joev

Rand winning, if memory serves

excited only moderate atten

tion

There being no tumultuous clam

or tor repeats elsewhere, tne pro

moter resorted to a miscellany of

dodges in an effort to get off the

hook. Once he ran the angilized

El Waffle against a horse. Nobody

got excited over this one, either.,
"even the horses ignored him,"
the stricken promoter wailed.
-VMrVm Law I
For all his speed, stamina and
courage, Gallant Man has had a
curious career. You reall, of
course, that he lost the Derby
when his jockey, mistaking the ft-

nigh line, pulled him up. An erite
experience for- -jhis owner Ralph

Lowe. who. two nights arlw'r

had dreamed that this was the

way th race would end.
Lowe purchased Gallant Man
as a yearling, unseen, and contra
ry to the advice of a veterinarian

whom he had sent to England t
rule on thn physical soundness o

this one and eight others who were
his prospective shopping list.
Apparently the unfavorable renor'

was unconvincing... "Buy him

anyway," cabled the Texas oil

man.

Nor was Johnny Nerud, one of

the best of the younger trainers

imoressen won tne coit wnen n
was finallv turned over to him for

racing. Another 2 year-old. G"y

Man, struck Neruh as mucho the
more promising.
Gallant Man won galloping m

his second start and psid $97. The

man in front of the $50 window
that afternoon was his owner. You
might say, if you were brazen e

nough, Lowe had been high on

him all alone.

A drive to raise additional

funds to send an 80-person del

egation to Caracas In November
to represent Panama in the
eighth Central American Games
picked up today with the release
of a list of individuals and busi business
ness business firms which have purchas purchased
ed purchased $10 tickets for an "Olympic

banquet" which will be held at

the Panama Qoll Club on sept.

26.

According to attorney Anlbal

Illueca, president of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Olympic Committee, the

sum of $31,500 has already been

raised or pledged, but a total oi
$40,000 is needed to cover the
expenses of the delegates and
athletes who will remain It)
Caracas for approximately three
weeks.

Coco

Solo

Invitational

Swim Meet Big Success

v

El Waffle Flop

Nashua became the first horse

win $1 million( G"l1nt Msn
i won more than 500,000. His

fcsihilitles in this rmeet st1 s'c

fe exhausted. Aonrt from nit nth

consideration, H""s wnwt

nro competitor; could tiot pos-

wy hope to do anywhere near

we".

rhat's another slvsntae riiwv

K horses hve over nnitii met,.

ere are nower i' tn enst-

Illueca Stnd hl committee
held a press conference and

buffet at the National Brewery
Beer Lounge yesterday evening.

The list of "Olympic banquet

contributors with amount of

tickets and suma spent; fol

lows:

A7.una.rera Na clonal. (10

$160; Esso Oil EmploVes (l0,

$100: Cerveceria Nacional (5)

$50; Embotelladora Coca-Cola
(6); $50; Almacen Maurwlo (2),
$20; Motores Colpan S.A. (2)
$20; Smoot y Paredea (2) $20;
Llga Provincial de Basketbol de
Panama (3) $30; Club Bam
(Brewery employes, 3), $30;

Sindicato Industria Cervecera

(2) $20; Ole Humle (Cerveceria,
2), $20; -Cafe Duran (1), $10;
Hon. Diogenes Pino, (1), $1Q;
Alberto Qway Ben (1), $10; Pa

blo pinfl (11 $10; Camilo Porras
v Cia. (1), $lu; Arturo Maduro

(1), $10: Jose Ar is tides Remon
(1), $10; Carlos Eleta Almaran
(1), $10; Luis A. Coutte (1) $10;
Fernando carcheri (1) $10; Jor Jorge
ge Jorge Dawson (1) $10; George Pil

fer (1) $10; Rafael Mo

rals (11 $10; Carlos DBerbey (11,
flO; Osvaldo Cardoze (1
$10; Julio Clement HIV, $10;
Juan Vicenslnl (1), $10; Roberto
Duque (1), $10; Alcides Do Do-linguez
linguez Do-linguez (1 $10; Antonio Mar
tlnez (1) $10; Louis Martina: (2),
no.

Sports

Briefs

DERATION SUCCESSFUL

D.CTROIT (UPI)-An operation

remove a calcium deposit

pm the eioow of the pitching

m of Herm Wehmelar of the

ptroit Tigers has been described

a success. Wehmeier. who was

kerated on Monday, will not play

in this season.

K WAIVERS ON VIT

PITTSBURGH (UPI) TV

ttsburih Steelers of the N

snal Football League are aslcn?

ivers on veteran halfback loe

phnson, former Green Bav

Wt who was signed as a free

tent two weeks ago.
IANKS RECALL NINE

NEW YORK (UPI) -The New

lork Yankees have recalled nine

nyers from the minor leagues,

1 of them to report next spring.

eluded in the croup are former
aior league outfielder Bobby Del

teco and highly regardW first
seman John Jaciuk.

NBA To Crack Down
On Archie Moore,
Suaar Pay Robinson
LAS VEGAS,Nev. (UPI)-Tbe

National Boxing Assn. was ex expected
pected expected to crack down on cham

plons sugar untnnson
Archio Moore today.

Middleweight ruler Robinson
and li?ht heavyweight boss Moore

were high oh the agenda for the

NBA's second day of convention

here at the Riviera Hotel.
Resolutions were to be proposed
at lesst. that the two vold men"

of the throne room be ordered to

make plans pronto for suitable de
fenses of their crowns or risk
having mem vacated.
M Monday's onening sdtm

, NBA took a crack Eard

Chsrles, of Cincinnati, Ohio, for former
mer former heavyweight chamnion. II
nassed a resolution recommending
hat Chsrles b tVnied a 'lcenf
if he tries to fight in any NBA
st-e.

E7rard, 37, announced Ml re re-t)vmer,t,
t)vmer,t, re-t)vmer,t, in r)er"nbpT 1SS. v
cause he "slowed uo." But he
recen"" announced a comeback

campaign.

Columbia Takes Lead
In Trials Against
Vim For Cop Choice
NEWPORT. R.I., Sent.

(UPI) The yacht Columbia
whipped the Vim today for the
third time in five trials to pick
a United States defender in the
America's Cuo ra. The judges

Immediately scheduled Another

race tomorrow.

The New Columbia paced ths

19-year-old Vim over the 24

mile wlixlward-leeward course.

The winning martin Waa three

minutes, is seconds.

Tomorrows race will ne over

roughly the same course. The
Cun romm'ttpe must select a

defender of the fanned old cup

by midnight Saturday.

Either the Columbia or

Vm Witt meet the British Ch" -leneer,
the yacht Sceptre, In tva

Cun races starting Sept. 20. The 16 1st

Easterner and the Esterly havo Helen Spector;

' -'
Getting Up Nights

If you miffir from (letting Up
Mights, Bncluiclie, l.i-g Taint, Lou of
Vigour, NtrvoumeM) or wMknei, yon
ahould help your Proitkto tluJ im
mediately with Rogtna. This mdl In
makaa you feel younger, stronger, and
alile to sleep without Interruption.
Get Hoptcs from yotu etomlat today.

already been eliminated as con

tenders for me vs. defense.
The trs.-Britlsh match will
be the 17tH running of the
America's Cup race. The British
have never won the battered,
rnther urly cup since Queen

Victoria handed It to the crew
of the America 107 years ago

after the yaent bested Eng

land's best in a race around the

isle of Wight.

The Vim was built in 1889 for
Harold 8. Vanderbllt for an
America's Cup race that World
War H postponed until this
month. The Columbia is the 1958

twin of th vim, both craft de-

al'T'" -lit by the same

ship's architect.

Thp first annual Invitational
Swimming Meet at the Coco Sob
Swimming Pool was a big u.
cess with more than 130 swi:a
mers representing both Canal Zone
and Military Pools participating.
Many swimmer in all age
groups showed outstanding per
formances with Joe Blackburn
turning in I beautiful 100 yard

xreestyie u w seconds.

The following participants plat

td in air three events that they
entered: Diane Hickey, Joe Black

burn, Jane" Wilson, Duke Wtlsin,
Martin Holmes, Carolyn Holmes,

Bebe Holmes, Ginger Thomas. Pat

ti Broekmeier, Duncan Summer-

ford, Jody Summerford4 Andrew

Marctak, John Townsena, unda

Benton. Judy Redmond, Thomas

Dugan, Dick Dugan, Charlene

Graves. Conchita Graves, James

Manning, Margaret Mahoney, Mi

chael Rudge and Jo Suarttt
The following are the results
of each individual event:
100 Yd Freestyft Men 1st,
Joe Blackburn. Tim :56.
100 Yd. Freestyle Women

1st, Diane Hickey .Time 1MO.0.
r 29 Yd. Freestyle Boys 6 and
under 1st, Michael Young;
2nd, Lanee Broekmeier; 3rd
Paul Gn.
25 Yd. Freestyle Girls 6 and
under 1st, Karen Gordon; 2nd,
Honey Coffin; 3rd, TCit Whitney.
25 Yd. Freestyle Boys t
1st, Stephen Townsend; 2nd, Den
his Holmes; 3rd, Michael Benton.
Time : 18.0.
25 Yd. Freestyle Girls 7
1st, Pattl Brockmeir; 2nd. Dar

lene Daly: 3rd, Barbara Geddn.

25 Yd Freestyle Boys 8 1st,

Jody Summerford; 2nd, Andrew

Marczak; 3rd, Stephen Raaei.

Time :16.4.

25 Yd. Freestvle Girls 8 1st.

Bebe Holmes; 2nd, Jane Wilxon;

3rd. Nancv Gercich. Time :17.9

25 Yd. Freestyle Boys 9
1st, John Townsend; 2nd, Duncan

Summerford: 3rd, Lorin LessiaeK.

Time :14.7.
25 Yd. Freestyle Girls 9 1st,

.Tovee Seelev. 2nd. Laura Russnn;

3rd. Phyllis Warner. Time :20.7.

25 Yd. Freestyle Boys m

1st. Duke Wilson: 2nd. Andy ja

pohson: 3rd. Victor Wilheim. Time

:lt.7.

25 Yd. Freestvle Girls 10

1st. Linda Benton: 2nd, Judy

Redmond: 3rd, Kathy Penning
ton. Time :15.8.
50 Yd Freestyle Boys U --1st,
1st, --1st, Mathew Manning: ?nd
Roark Summerford; 3rd. Dick Du
can. Time :32.0.

50 Yd Freestyle Girls 11

1st. Helen Manning; 2nd, Vivian

ttosen: 3rd. Susan Lane. Time

:36.2.
su Yd Freestyle Boys 12

1st. Martin Holmes; 2nd D'rl;

Van Loon; 3rd, Gregory Hakon
son. Time 29.0.

SO Yd. Freestyle Girls 12

1st. Rosemary Reardon; 2nd, Con

chita Graves; 3rd, Christina Vogt.

Time :32.5.

50 Yd. Freestyle Girls 13 and

14 1st. Charlene Graves; 2nl

Grace Figueroa; 3rd, Margaret

Mahonev. Time :29.6.

50 Yd Freestyle Boys 13 and

14 1st. James Manning: 2nd

Harry Van Loon; 3rd, Thomas

Duean. Time :27.2.

50 Yd Freestyle Boys 15 and 16
lit. Michael Rudee: 2nd Joe

tro Suarez; 3rd. David Miller. Time

25.9.

50 Yd Freestyle Girls 15 ami

Carolyn Homes; 2nd

3rd, Sarah Sped

chita Graves; 3rd, Rosemary Rear

uoii. ume :,5.
fa- a Boys 13 and 14
--1st, Harry Van Loon; 2ti.l
James Manning; 3rd, Kenneth Coo
per. Time :34.9.
?4Y(LBack GM 13 and 14
1st, Charlene Graves; 2nd !'a-
melaTLM-lot; 3rd' Margaret Ma
hone, Time :37.1.
50 Yd, Back Boys 15 and 16
-1st, David MiUer. Timer :49 ;
50 Yd. Back Girls 15 and 13

waroiyn Homes. Time J7.

tor. Time :29.5.

n Yd. Rack Boys 8 and un

der 1st, Jody summerfofd;

2nd. Anaiew Marczak; 3nd, Ste

Dhen Radel. Time :22.4.

25 Yd f.acK i. iris h ana un
der 1st. Bebe Holmes; 2nd

Jane Wilson; 3rd. Pttti Brock

meier. Time 25.5.

25 Yd Back rt Boys 9 and, 10

1st, John Townsend; 2nd, An

dy Jacobson; 3fd, Duncan Sum

merford.

25 Yd. Back Girls 9 and 10

1st. John Townsend; 2nd, Linda

Benton; 3rd, Ginger Thomas

V :18 6. j

50 Yd Back Boys 11 ani n
1st. Martin Holmes; 2nd, Dirk

Van Loon; 3rd, Jerry Mann. Timr

IS"1
50 Yd. Back Girls 11 and 1

1st, Nancy Morency; 2nd Con

RI50 Yd. Back Men -1st, Joe
Blackburn; 2nd, Joe Suarez. Time
:3i.4.
50 Yd Back Wnm

Diane Hickey: 2nd, Mary Lou
Washaabugh. Tim :38.3.
25 Yd. Breast Rn. -j

"erT. lst.. Jody Summerford;

T'v HalsanCe; 3rd, Mien

i tuuiig. nme :Z3.7.
25 Yd Breast nirl. a ..

j o auu un under
der under 1st. Darlpne Hal,,. i.j

Bebe Holmes: 3rd. Judv nh,rhn'

er. Time 29.3.

' aY4J?!t,- Boys 9 ana 10
r-lst; mer Young; 2nd. Diik

Wilson; 3rd. Thomas rwfm t,

123.3. ""c

25 Yd Breast Girls o. anA in

-lst, Ginger Thoms- "nA t,m..

Redmond: 3rd. Knthv'

Time :22.9. 6

50 Yd. Breast Rnv n

12 1st. Roarlr Siim ,,,A..f.-H

2nd, Dick Duean- 3rd r.n'.

Hakanson. Time :47.2.

50 Yd Breast Girls 11 and
2 1st. Pat Dalv- 9nit v..,,,..,

Morency: 3rd. Cnnehiin

Time .45.1.

,50. YiBreast Boys 13 and 14
1st, Thomas Duean: 2nd Vnn

neth CooDer: 3rd Peter nmi,,ii

Time: 38.4.

50 Yd Breast r.irU

14 1st. Pamela ThrW- inA

Margaret Mahonev 3rd m,.h-l,.i

Graves. Time :43.8

50 Yd Breast Bovs is

16 1st, Gerarde Detore-

Michael Rudee. Time 35.1

50bYd Breast Girls is

18 1st, Helen Spector; 2nd
rion Howe. Time :4fi.2.

50 Yd Breast Wnmcn it

miy iou wasnaoaueii. Time v

9.

25 Yd. Butterflv Bnvs a

under 1st. Michael

2nd, Andrew Marczak; 3rd Bri in
Plaisance. Time :24.6.

25 Yd Butterflv 'Girls a and

wnoer isi Jane WUson: 2nd, Pat
ti Brockneier. Time :22.9.

0 ra. Butterflv Rnvs Q in,!

i" isr, John Townsend; 2nd,

niiMiii: jrn u inran nm

merford. Time : 16.8.

25 Yd. Butterflv r.irl o nA

'st. unn Benton: 2nd, Gin
"r Thomas: 3rd Kathv

ton.

w rn. Kimtviv nt- i --.i

, ---.....,. "VJ.t if ,.('

l 1st, Martin Ho mes- 9nH ,T,

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI) An optimis

tic Mickey Mantle served no : c

on the Milwaukee Braves todsy

that neither they nor Lew Bur

dette can do it again.
Mantle was looking ahead to
the World Series. And he wai ted
the Braves to understand that a

fit New York Yankee team had
no anticipation of any such shea-

nanigans as tnP Braves seven

game triumph last fall.

Burdette commi t win ww

games again, be said flatly.

'Pitchers just don't do tha nar

Ucularly twice in a row, and I

don t care if it was a Walter
Johnson or who it was."
Fit and "feeling better than l
ever have at this timP of the
year." Mantle temoers his opti
mism with a certain amount oi
caution. Always in the 'orefron' m

his mind is the strange series of

acc;de"ts or injuries w'ch nl
most always seem to strik. him

durine the classic right ftoio

that first one in 1951.
OstMmyelitit Victim

That was the series in which,
running ucross the Yankee uu' uu'-field
field uu'-field after a fly ball, he stepped
in a drain opening and dropped
as if shot.
"Something just gave wav,"
says the bull necked blond from
Oklahoma, a lonr time viet"ii
of osteomyelitis. "I lay there in
a cold sweat and thought mv ca
reer was ended just as it was
starting."
Mantle has been hampered by
bad lees thrf''niit his career,
and they always geem to act up

the worse at World Series time.
"Last year." he recalled with
'"ffl o' bitterness. '! was some something
thing something they called shin snlinu.
Frank'". T don't V"0' 'vp"' it

was. But itsure did hurt. Then,
u s t as Hist started to come

around, Red Schoendienst fell on

my arm in that ruV' ?t serp"d
base. After that I couldn't hardly
raise my arm o throw."
Another big Yankee gun, Moose
Skowrnn. was crion'ed un doring
hat l57 series in whih Burdette
hlir'H t'1,-ee t"jnnr.1,s tn InoH vHI
Wanke to its first world cham championship.
pionship. championship.

see Turley be the most valuable cause I've felt good all season."

player in the series. Micitey said slowly. 1 ve just had

He has ideas along tbos. tines i a lairiy bad year. But a good

for Mantle, too. series would make up for all at

1 don't have any excuses be that."

r

IT

SCRES

PACIFIC WOMEN'S LEAGUF.

Teams W L
Sietes 3 1
Trios 3 1
Beauties i
Lucky Dreamers 2 i
Cincos 2 2
Sies 2 2
Alley Cats 1 i
Ochos 1 3

The Pacific Women's League,
otherwise nicknamed the coffee

and donut loop opened its 1953 .i
season at the Clayton Lanes, last
Friday after the younpters were
rushed off to school. Some of the
eals were a littlf rusty, from being
idle for several months, some
were nervous and all this added
up to the fact that none of tha
ladies set any record breaking
scores.
Tries 3 Allay Cats 1
The Tr'os got oH on ,h riSbt
foot by winning the inaugural
eame by 14 sticks, and the nthe
Female Felines or the Alley Cts
posted an 822 game and tied the
match. The Trios not to b -'tt

done, smaked enough pins off the

lanes to iak" 0;"" "W!
with it the TP marker. For the
winners. Kav Calbat was the jnl

with the best handicap series, a

503. For the Alley Cats, two m 'he

ninstresses mad the 500 grade,

Mary Lund 502, and Margarst

Hicks 500.

Siate 3 Ochos 1

Pretty Hopeful

I, thoueht vwe were the hsst
team." says the usually laconic
Mantle. "I' we had ben fit. we'd
have proved It, too. So. feeling
iust wonderful now. I'm nrtt
honeful coming un fo the series."
Itfontle. sitne with Willie Mays
of the San Francisco Giants as
""v announced n'ans for a

f'sson American National League

All-Star game at Yankee Stadium

on oat 12 a joint promotional

"enrure tor tne 30 nan niavr

hvnlved returned always to the

ser's.

'.Tarkie Jensen. Rnv Sievers and

Bob TuHev look liite the nest

bts for most valuable nlaver

honors in the American teagu

be anlvred. "But I'd iust as soon

The Ochos opened their season
with a win. when tVy took tii
measures of the Sietes but this
did not last too long, becauset hev
dropped the next three points. This
battle featured the test of talen
heween the two anchor ladies, and

both demonstrated why they are

rolling in that spot because both
were the top scorers for theirs
teams. Shirley VanOsdal of tha
Siete tallied 504,' and Wally Mor Morgan
gan Morgan made the pin boy pick up
513 sticks during the course ot the
morning. Damsel Wally wax out
of the few keglerettes that posted
a 400 scratch series.
Beauties 2 Luck Dreamt 2

The Luck Dreams althniirh

they won two games, the Beauties

pueo up enough pins in the nits

in their second eame that thev

took the total pin m&rker and the

two teams went home with honor

all even. Attain the anchor ladies

took charge of the scoring for their
quintets.

The Beauties ahad Mimi Mils Mils-ger,
ger, Mils-ger, who rolled the bst scratch
and handicap series of the morning
and if that was noi enough sha

had the high game of the da.

with a 162. Her sets were 4b 1 and

521. Her worthy opponent. Kin Lea

missed the three of a king patch,
because she had two 13? gi-ies,
but while her in keut her frnns
getting a patch, it gave her a 400
scratch and 509 handicap.
Cinca 2 Sals 2
The Cincos came out on ton bv

seven maples in the first game,
and 12 sticks in the Unal to rive
them twopoint s in the win column.
The Seis won only one gam but
they gathered enough margin in
their effort that they won th TP
marker. This match featured tha
absence of 500 handicap serifs al although
though although three of the damsel fame
mighty close. Priscilla Readp of
thp Cinco was only one sh.wt w;'h
her 499, and. on the other side
of the lineup? Billy Davis tabbed
49S and Charlotte Dodson 490.

.ind

2nd.
and
Ma

ry Mann; 3rd, Dick Dugan. Time

:ua.
50 Yd. Butterfly Girls 11 and

12 1st. Pat Daly; 2nd. Mary
Frances Dignam; 3rd, Gail Albrit Albrit-ton.
ton. Albrit-ton. T ime :42.6.

50 Yd Butterfly Boys 13 and

14 1st, Thomss Dugan: 2nd,

James Manning. Time :32.9

50 Yd. Butterfly Girls 13
and 14 1st, Helen George; 2nd.
Grace Figueros; 3rd, Terry Dunn.

Time :41.5.

50 Yd. Butterfly Boys 15 and

16 1st, Michael Rudee; 2nd.

Gerarde DeTore; 3rd, Joe Sua

rez. Time :32.6.

50 Yd. Butterflv Girls 15 and
17 1st, Carolyn Homes, 2nd.
Marion Howe. Time :38.5.

50 Yd. Butterflv Men 1st,

Joe Blackburn. Time :34.9.

50 Yd. Freestyle Women
1st. Diane Hickey.
A great amount of cedit for
the succev of this meet goes to
A. J. Benton. G. 0, Lockrid"i
Luke Palumbo, Paul Beck, Latry
Ames. Judgo Loren Hil'singer. Aji
drew Fraser, Mrs. Mrilyn Marsh
Robert Blair. Charle Louis, Mrs.
Mabel Bath. J. L. Hickey. Mrs.
Alice Leftridfe. Lyle Rotish, Miss
Terry Louis, Vernon Bircher, Mrs
Frfpees Palumbo. Duke W'ts i
and ET2 V. L. Hodges. U. S. N
who served ss the meet ntrchU
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LEG4L NOTICE

3 Slid Survive
Jel Planes' Tangle

Near Fairchlld AFB
SPOKANE, Wash. (UPI) -One'

of three survivors of the collision ;
of two $8,000,000 B52 jet bombers j
remained in serious cor.di'ion j
today. Thirteen of the 16 air-!
men aboard the two planes lost j
their lives.
Cfipt. David I. Birdsell, Spo-1
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crash, was reported in "very se-1
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leaped to safety, S. Sgt. Lowell W.
Younger, Stockton. Calif., and 2nd

j Lt. Walter Maguire, Spokane
were in good condition.

The 13th victim, Capt. Ernest
C. Marker, Spokah$, parachuted
but died at the Fairchild Air Base
hospital early yesteray. The other
12 men died instantly when the
two eight jet planes crashed and
burned in a field three miles from
the base Monday night.
Col. Donald Hillman, command
der of the 92nd Bomb Wing at
Fairchild Air Force Base, said
both ombers were on routine

training missions and were prac

UNITED STATES Or AMERICA
1 Canal Zone
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Ellzar J. Garcia, Plaintiff vs. Rose
Marie Gonzalez Garcia, Defendant. Sum Summons
mons Summons Case No. 4726 Civil Docket 21
Action for divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
Yu are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed In the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of nuhliratlnn

In ease of your failure to so appear tiring landings. The collision oc-

rJrw Kir..;. curred

demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. Judge. United States Distrki
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this August 29, 1958.
Sara de la Pefta
Cleric of Court
(Seal)
By Lois E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Rose Marie Gonzalez Garcia:

The foregoing summons Is served up
on you by publication pursuant to the

order of the Honorable Guthrie F

Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated Augmt 11, 1958 and as
amended August 29. 1958, and entered
and filed in this action in the office of
the Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
August 11. 1958 and as amended Au August
gust August 29. 1958.
Sara de la Pena
Clerk
By s l.ols E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk

WE SELL ALL
Bra mis of Records...
FAR BELOW United States
PRICES.
12-inch LP RECORDS
1.35 up
New releases bimonthly.

PANAMA RADIO

CORPORATION

Across 'La Merced' Church

Central Ave. 9-14

"during or on their finai

approach to the base," he said.

Bore-Knuckle
Bout Barred
Bv London Cops
LONDON (UPI) -Police looked
up their Marouess of Quen; :vu-y
rules vfjjter-'ay. and hit promoter
Charlie Bint with them. They
warned Bint to call off an old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned bare-knuckles fight Fri Friday
day Friday night.
He had matched Kit Lavo. j
former top heavyweight, with Just
Burton, a fairground gypsy bruis bruiser,
er, bruiser, and had exnected so riny
fans to turn out lhat he called on
local police to put extra men on

auiy 10 handle the crowd.
The police immediately warned
him thai underol d Rrilirh l.v.
still in force, bare knuckle bst-

urns was illegal and lhat if he
went ahead with the fight they

""sm i am me s.aoium.

FOR SALE
FRIGIDAIRE
AIR CONDITIONERS
H.P.
$75.00
With fiuaraniec
T., 3-7,0.
Mr La Torre
- 4 1

LEGAL NOTICE

UNITED STATES Off AMERICA
., Canal Zona
United State District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
ert V Mo,mr?tter f ,th doPtim Rob Rob-rJr
rJr Rob-rJr n V": ,mlnot- vs. Victor Uless
yT ?nda,n, N 7,Clvl1 Citation
To Victor Uless Cyr-Defendant
ion are hereby required to aopear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Division, at the Courtroom th-re
01, in Ancon. Canal Ton. nr. on.u

day of October. 19S8 at 9 o'clock in the
forenoon of that day. then and there
to show cause, If any you have, whv

V .7. "'"rgr amnn snouid not pro
reed with the hearing of his petition

" ine adoption of the above-named

WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
r. Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zona, this 28 day of August. 1958.
Sara de la PeAa
. Clerk of Court
Seal)
By Lois E. Harrison

To Victor Ulesa Cyr
The foregoing citation is served upon
you by publication pursuant 1o the or
der of the HONORABLE Guthrie F
Crowe, Judge. United Staten District

Loun tor uie District of the Canal
Zone, dated the 27th day of August
19SS, and entered and filed In this ac action
tion action in ttie office of the Clerk of the
United Slales District Court, Balboa Dl
vision on the 27th day of August, 195s
1 Sara de la Pena

Clerk of Court

LEAVE TOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGE

E?: J Street v.. ,, amr-rra.

, 1 ... . m iir vj iu r..-. rimnMai in i i ...

livon na. 4:

BARDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISOJV-Vih' f '.. A- 1

FARMAC1A LUX 164 CtnM A: u.,'; f nviut-Ave

FARMACIA VAN DKR-J1S-50 Street No. 53
A THIS Beside the Bella VlsU Theatre COL

r8.2. C?'& FAMAC1A LOM-

AafflvANDfflKsT,? HOUSEHOLD MCHANGaVJ Fca. '"L Uij Avi H. 4 mf DomJ?!?0?8 fUJOS-H CWA
i5)LAJ!.-DSR.r SS! N- FARMACIA EL MTUHBO-Fron iVT, ZL?. f .!5'S9.D2MA.t'4'. Aroaewen. Ave. and 33 St.

ar Guerrero No. H.!21. l auhuauw

LON OFTICE: 15th Street and Amador Guairer. nV uK

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1951 Packard
Patrician, good machanical con condition,
dition, condition, may be seen at 107-1
Albreek or call Sat. Brown 86 86-3227,
3227, 86-3227, price $375.00.

Miscellaneous

Diplomat sallinej jftractiva-look-inf
I95J Mercury MoMvlair.
Completely equipped, 3700
miles. Reasonably priced. Can bo
Knancoal. Telephone 2-1533.
From 9 to 13 a.m.

FOR SALI: 1951 ona Ton.
Chevrolet Pannel Truck. Good
condition $700.00. 36-387 or
3-1912.

FOR SALE: 1941 Chevrolet
Truck. Good condition. $200.00.
Phone 3-1912 or 36-317.

FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Pickup truck Va Ton. Fair con condition
dition condition $300.00 3-1912 or 36-387.

FOR SALE: 1950 Nash, excel excel-lent
lent excel-lent motor and body. See at
Courthouse, Ancon or house
HO-A Gamboa. Balboa 2-1732
or Gamboa 6-731.

MUFFLERS
Chevrolet, Plymouth, Ford $9. $9.-95
95 $9.-95 All others $12.95. Free ins.
tallation. Tivoli Motors at Tivoli
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.

FOR SALE: One lot Christmas
cards, English and Spanish. One
lot costume jewerly. National
Avenue No. 36, in passage way.

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Motors and parts
for Trucks, Cars, heavy equip equipment,
ment, equipment, inboard engines, electrical
and Plumbing fixtures, bolts,
crews, chain aaw Gasleng.
Safety safes, Truckwinches. and
many other items at la Supli Supli-dora
dora Supli-dora Continental", 12 and II
Street Central Ave. No. 12.179
phono 1088-B., Colon.

FOR SALE: Argus C-3 com complete
plete complete with flash, used 3 months
$40.00. Also G.E. exposure
meter, $10.00. Tel. 3-7755

FOR SALE: SET GOLF
CLUBS Seven Irons, two woods,
bag $20. House 766-B Balboa
after 5 p.m.

FOR SALE. L.P. Records 50
Discount and populars, AGEN AGEN-CIAS
CIAS AGEN-CIAS DIAZ. 37th Street Ne,
6-A,

Real Estate

FOR SALE : Kcnmore electric
mtary sewing machine portable,
complete with attachment and
earring case. Price $125. I.B.M.
'2M prestigie elite electric type typewriter
writer typewriter with stand, $175. Items
can bo ten at quartosfi-B
Albrook Tel. 86-7188.

FOR SALE: Davinport set,
Wardrobe, Dressing table, China
closet, dining table, No. 8053,
10 Street Melendei Apt. Na. 10
after 5.00 p.m. Dairy.

T

Lesson

Dorose Waitet School of Danc Dancing;
ing; Dancing; Ballroom, Ballet, Toe, Tap,
Acrobatic. Modern jaia. Knight
af Columbus Hall, 2-2363.

Rooms

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709

Commercial Sites

FOR SALE: Freezer General
Electric. II cm. ft. Upright 60
cycle, 1 yaar old, perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Quarry Heights 3275.

FOR RENT: Modern construc construction,
tion, construction, large rooms, $15 and $16
each; alio commercial site. Ap Apply
ply Apply 2838, 13 Street, Ria Abajo.

FOR SALE: Musette Piano, ex excellent
cellent excellent conditio, 47 Street Ne.
II. Tel. 3-1895.

FOR SALE: Amateur radia
Transmitter (HPIBR) 500 watts.
Tel. Panama 3-0587. h.

FOR SALIs Rattan 6 pieces,
livlnereom, tot in good condition,
aee Monday to Saturday 8 a.m.
0303 Cable Heights, Ancon,

FOR RENT: Bachelor only
large clean furnished room, pri private
vate private entrance. Estudiante Street
Np. 14-19 Apt. 5.

Motorcycles

Closing out "Lamberts" motor
bikes, brand new,., never used,
only three left. $135.00 each.
THE LEVONEL CO. Phone Pa

nama 2-2266.

"GET STREAMLINED"
Excercisrag Machines. Turkish
!uM'.v' Boor Massage,
oath Trained operators tor ladies
"d gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J- Aresemena Ave. 13-41
Tel. 3-2V17

The Magic Super Seasoner
AJI-N0-M0T0
(Monosodiiim Glutamate)
Available now in the
Canal Zone.

FOR SALE: House, Cam Can,
pane, pipe water all year, ready
t-use. Bargain. See Mr. Ponce,
Centra Comorcial Super Market.

New, Tougher Sieps
By French Police
Hit Algiers Terror

Glasses in Ballet Tap and
To -Taught by
DOROTHY CHASE
will be resumed In October.
Registration dates to be-
announced later.
Aagust 15 to Sept. 15

UFE INSURANCE
' call
JIM RIDGE

General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information

rei. ranama 2 0552

8 DAI
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
end delude hotel
$180
leave evv Tues. and Frl.
FIDA1NQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661

Jteicg,
IPS

Intci national Jewelry
155 Central Ave.

PARIS (UPI)-Th eovrnmant

imposed new and tougher police
measures today, to combat a
trrowirta; wave of terrorism by

Algerian nationalist underground
agents in France.
The new measures followed a
fresh outbreak of Moslem na na-tiinahst
tiinahst na-tiinahst shootings and sabotage
attempts over the weekend that
included the slaying of two French
soldiers inthe streets of Pari;

Gunmen from the Alefe-ian un.

derground,(FLN) also opened fire
last night on a big j state owned
elecric generating planf juat out outside
side outside Lyons and a gasoline supply
depo at Marseille. V
The FLN's ampaign tif terro terrorism
rism terrorism on the mainland already has
brought such strict aecurity meas meas-ures
ures meas-ures as the day and night
guarding of gasoline dumps by

uuiiioai armea soiawrs, massive
identity checks of North Africans
in Paris and an unofficial curfew

ior Algerians in the French
capital.
Informed soijroetvsaid these new
steps have now been ordrri nr

are in the making:
Top ranking police officials
will be transferred from areas
where there are no Algerians to
temporary duty to Paris and other
key cities.
French army officers and non noncommissioned
commissioned noncommissioned officers may soon
be authorized to carry sidearms
when off duty and in uniform to
protect themselves against FLN
gunmen.
North African dock workers
of which ther .. iJ

France, rafey horUv be hrrH

trom work in the major ports
Tight secruity measures at ail
commercial airports, especially

aunes nyiirg between

'itt ana iNorrn Ainca.

W Tilsit-

'
WSKBmmSmW mm 'iii' sH

aUBBLli 1

repairman with the U.S. Army Signal Communications Service.
Quarry Heignts, reenlists in the Army for three years. Admin Admin-zSSrSSi
zSSrSSi Admin-zSSrSSi -? 14 apt Samuel L. Rainey, Quarry Heights
post adjutant. Ray. whose home is in Altoona, PaThas a total
of five years of Army service and has been in the Canal Zone
since April. (U.S. Army Photo)

FOR RENT: Three room affie.

" m iible imme immediately
diately immediately th. Pamra,, !,
Ce. bldo. across from Hotel El
Panama Hilton. Aircondirionina.
electricity, elayatpr, janitor ,nd
nitnr watchman service, drink,
mg fountain, rest rooms. Coffee
akiop in building. See pr phone
Mi. Mary Coleman at the Pa-
"ante Insurance Co. 3-0136.

WANTED

SERVICES

T.V., radio. Hi-N, trsnsn

"pairs. Call William
Phone Panama 2-5J JJ,

FELLOWSHIP WINNER -Pa-namanian
Or. Caspar Omphroy
United States on a three-month
fe owship granted by tha Ell
Lilly Co. Omphroy will take
advanead $t0(i n y
It OWvSrsify OWvSrsify-effiMmana's
effiMmana's OWvSrsify-effiMmana's madir.i ..i. i .1

;hr. 'ir;'r Thi' int,rnihip
rne santo Tomat Hmi.i s

IMI Omphroy spent fr years
fA,? Jry City (N.J.) Mad.

vontar where hav.pae,ji.

TELEVISION SERVICE
Prampt service
Pair prices
Boston Taehniel.a.

30 years in electronics

I mwrs IMS GUARANTEE
PARTS iNSTAUIO.Aak ran

' fanama 2-3142.

Protect your home and pr

nr aeainst insect d a m a f I
Pfreaeaaasni f J i aaa

v-iSCT mmm' rraatmaat

-"urgency or monthly bud
Telephone Pronto Sery

ranama 3-7977 er Colon 171

SKINDIVIRS: Wa can
your tanks. I son il.

$2.00 Sarvic. ST

member too w. have only
finest Italian equipment
NORTHILL Luties

CRAWFORD AGENCIES COI
"1" S. J3A-30

Tal. 2-1905

TELEVISION SIRVICI

t REPAIR JN
YOUR NOME, $3.50
T ou t service th.

WE GUARANTEE one "Z,

'SiSb ifCS "' N
mSm P A ii-id

ad

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In internal mediefhe before
rniny to hit homeland.

Participation In CZ Spanish
Conversation Club Up Tenfold

NEW I
INICA
SPEEDLITE 40
ONLY $2.(0
BANTAMWEIGHT
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.

Panama

u hum m..

Colon

Isthmian Sports Car
Club Meeting
The Isthmian Sports Car Club
will hold Its monthly business
meeting at the El Panama Hil Hilton
ton Hilton this Friday, Sept. 12, at
7:30 p.m. All those interested in
(porta caraare Invited to at
tend.

y Lots t Hirduii

Chief Deputy Clerk

ADLAI IN ALGERIA

ALGIERS, Algeria (UPD-Adlai
Slevenon, who had been in Eu Europe
rope Europe or three months, toum'
French oil installations in the Sa
hara today. He planned to leave
for New York tonight.

Eddie Fisher,
Debbie Admit
Nariial Troubles

HOLLYWOOD (UPn FHrfL

nsner ana uedbie Reynolds ad-

miuea yesieroay mat thev are
having marital troubles following
tha cinrlnr'. Ik... J... J

uufci b nun uay naie
splurge with Elizabeth Taylor in

mannauan.
After a four-hour conferenm t.

gether Debbie and Eddie, once
considered movieland's "ideal"
coupl, announced, "We are hav having
ing having a misunderstanding, and we
hope to work it out.
Fisher returned by plane earlier
yesterday from New York. Miss
Taylor, widowed by the defh of
producer Mike Todd last March,
followed on 4 later flight.
Krimds and gossips on both
coasts were surprised when Fish Fisher,
er, Fisher, a close friend of Todd's and
hest man at his wedding to Miss
Taylor, squired the actress to sev several
eral several night clubs. Reports of their
sky larking moved Debbie to an announce
nounce announce that ail three "are very
close friends, There U p- 'ng to

ine romantic rumors at alt."
Misj Taylor left lor ivsw York
last week, ostensibly to catch a
liner for European vacation.
Fisher journeyed east op business
for his fall television show.
The raven -haired actress re remained
mained remained in New York, as did Fish,
er.
Earlier this week Debbie drove
o Los Angeles International Air
wrt to- meet the singer who was

chcduJed to arrive home, only to

1 T "'"'f VM" aiiiMUUVIl L Hit" I'.tlll'll
discover he was not on the plane. Sub-Committee of the Pan Amen-

.A tenfold increase in participa participation
tion participation in six months was reported
this week by the CanaJ Zone
Spanish Conversation Club a uni unique
que unique organization meeting since last
December to increase Soanish con

versational abilitjbf Americans

in the Canal Zone.

The club, an informal grouo

which meets Wednesday evening

twice-monthly at the Quarry

Heights' Officers' CIvb. achieves

its purpose by bringing Zonians

and Latin Americans together ia

a social atmosphere conducive to

friendly conversation.

Growing in size frot.i the origi

nal group oi 12, organized last De December
cember December by Mrs. Louis H. DeArms

of Diablo Heights in an attempt

to get her Spanish language stu

dents to practice conversation, the

club now lists 120 names of North
Americans, Latin Amerfcams and
others who have attended one or
more meetings.
From the original concept of
providing a medium of practicing
the Spanish language has grown
the dual benefit of fostering bet better
ter better relations between Zonians and
their Latin American neiahbors due

to the ever increasing participa

tion.
This is explained by club presi president
dent president Capt. C. E. Mott. Decutv

cniet ot staff of the Caribbean

Command, as a natural outgrowth

of enough Interested people get getting
ting getting together to further their own
ability to communicate with their
Latin American friends and neicli-

bors.

"Lasting friendshiDs hav hepn

formed in the past six months",
Mott said, "indicating that inform informal,
al, informal, voluntary clubs such as ours

can do much to bring people of
different customs and manner of

speech together by the simple

means of being able to talk to one
another." ",

There are no dues, rules or tor

mality about the club. Members

and their guests are a true cross cross-section
section cross-section of diplomatic, military
and professional and business dco

pie living in thr Canal Zon. and

the RemiDllc of Panama.

Wivei and adult children are wel welcome,
come, welcome, and while there is nsldom
any planned programs in addition
to conversation, members or guesif
Occasionally entertain by singing
in Spanish or performing Spanish
dances.
Recently Miss Clemencia Catro Catro-Nohoa
Nohoa Catro-Nohoa entertained the group with
a presentation of singing, dancirg
and guitar playing and at anoth

er meeting Jorge Garcia TrMle-,

and otls Imboden of the Darien

1
can Highway Commission present presented
ed presented a Spanish language-narrated
slide and film lecture on the Da Darien
rien Darien Gap.
, The club's ability to further Int
ec-American friendship and under understanding
standing understanding is not entirely limited to
use of the Spanish language. Club
officials are quick to point dut
that some of the Latin American
attending meetings came to furth further
er further their knowledge of English and
the English speaking members
came to further their knowledge
of English and the English-sneak

ing membeers have used this as

an opportunity to- test their Spcn-

isn against their Latin friend's
English.

The club, hoping for more mem members,
bers, members, has issued an invitation to

all persons interested in imnrovins

their Spanish speaking ability and
who are eligible for membership

in an officers' club, to attend the

next meeting on Sept. 17 at 7:30

p.m. or call Capt. Mott at Quarry
Heights 4293 for further imorina-tion.

sic feather
e Recital

At National Theater

CZ Mu
To Gfv

onic To

Tonight AtJWB

"The Mndom .. -J

- ...uusuaieQ lecture will
Place tonight ,t "VJ

pJ Forces Serv
ef beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Dr. Mnfredo Engel, nreai
g ''National" Ile'ctri? cS

s&ffi?l"?. Will be the lect.

Hi ITU mi Tamil aw..' at "T1

of hi;;n"'fl.An!prin

nnrf mit' il---"?"'?""" SOB

-v,v auu rnmnar tnne

question jOESSTLSSm

1 td,i aiionri iiir nn 1

wiiow tt dtmonstratfon 1 mJ

' Miss Wilrhjt D,;Butchef; rurilor

nign scnooi iwrjslc teacher from
the Canal Zone Latin American

acnoois, will offer a piano re
cltal n Sept 24 at the Nfttlon
al Theater.

Miss Butcher, a sister of Miss

amny Butcher, soiiMvisoT of

musie in the Canal 2Ttirle school
system, completed -post grad graduate
uate graduate courses last February at
University, N.Y., before return returning
ing returning to- the Isthmus ilfW fnnr

years In the Unlijed feljea.

Retired Wrestler
Coiled By Python

!s Bruised, Shaken

CANTON, Ga. (UPI) A 63-year-old
retired wrestler turned
showman came out bruised and
shaken from a wrestling match
with a 409 pound, 32 fort python
today.
"Bull" Martin, of Cherokee, N.
C, a wrestler for 22 years, said
he was preparing to feed his
python named Big Jeff when he
became caught in the reptile's
coils in the reptile pen of his
(raveling show.
Six men summoned by Martin's
wife came runnini. and after sev-

eral minutes unwound the ovthon

from Martin's body and got the
reptile safely into a cage using

pliers, stakes and everything we

could get our hands on."
Martin was treated at a hos hospital
pital hospital for minor cuts and a bite
wound in the thigh and released.
Two men who came to Martin's
rescue received "nicks" from the
python's mouth.
Bobby Wilson, one of the men,
said he rammed a long stake
down the pyihon's throat and, us using
ing using this for a lever, did most of
the work of uncoiling the python
while the others tugged at other

points along the snake's body.

A former member of the thm.

ama Conservatory arid National
Symphony O r c h e stras. the

younger Miss Butcher received

ner Dacneior's degree in music
education in 1957 from t.h n.u

England Conservatory of Music,
Boston, Mass., and was a mem-

oer 01 the New England Con Conservatory
servatory Conservatory Orchestra and Cho

rus, ana later of the Quincy ci

vie orchestra. She also served

as accompanist for the School
of Dance Arts in Brookline,
Mass., for three years and gave
a piano recital at Recital Hail

in jBoswm in May last year

The program selected by Miss
Butcher for the Sept. 24 recital
includes two Scarlatti sonatas

Dccmuven s ssonata in D ,ma.or,

acieuwuns Dy ueDUSSV. Murine!

de Galla and Poulene. anrf

Chopin's Nocturne in C sharp
minor and Scherzo in B flat ml-

UVTt

mm's Openin
ST0( PRICE!

nsseasaeji

..1

UNITKD STATES Or AMERICA
Canal Zone
.United States District Court for the
District ot the Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
James H. Johnson, Plaintiff vs. RUtti
A. Johnson, Defendant. Summons Case
No. 4741. Civil Docket 21. AcUon for
divorce. ;
To the above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed In the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
Witness the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zene.
this September g, IMS
- Sam ia la Peaa v
(Seal) Perk-
By Lola t. Harrism,
Chief Deputy Cltrk.
To Ruth A. Johnson:
Tha foreeolnc is served unon von hv

publication to the order of the Honor Honorable
able Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe, Judge, United
Stntea District Court for the District ot

tne uanal Zone, dated September S,
195S and entered and filed in this action
in the office of the Clerk of said United

Stales -District Court for the Division
of Balboa n September S. 1958.

By if Lola v.. Harrison,
i Chief Deputy Clerk.

1

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Amer Motors
Am Tel and Tel ... ..
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Arkansas Fuel

Atlantic Refining

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Bicroft Uranium
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Sou Pet
Canadian Eagle ,J
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco ... ..J.
Chicago Gt West
Chrysler ... ?...
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Coastal Caribe
Creole Pet ....'.".!
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Fairchild Eng ...
Fargo Oil .....

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Gen Dynamics

Gen Elec ...

Gen Motors ..... ...

Gen Plywood ,.,
Getty Oil
GUlf Oil ....
Harsco Steel

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Signal Oil. and Gas
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER II, 1951

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE ELEVEN
YWI1 AND "HE PIRATES
By GEORGE WUNDKB f THE" STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 10 (UPI) The Justice Department prepare d today to mobilize U.S. marshals to enforce integration at Little Rogk's
Central High School if the Supreme Court so orders and local peace of ficers cannot cope with mob violence.
Attornev-fceneral William P. Rogers late yesterday made this clear when he disclosed he had written the city manager of Little Rock, Ark.,

1hat "careful plans should be made now by responsible officials to prevent disorder or violence in the event" of a Supreme Court order inte-

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eompanion letter to the Little Rock school board, Rogers pro mised the full help of the Federal government if the board seek

Inns against possible troublemakers.

The High Court will hear arguments tomorrow on the merits of
desegregation at Central High.

:s Iniuno-

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the Little Rock school board's appeal for a 2 year delay In school

In a letter to City Manager
Dean Dauley, Rogers said the
Justice Department had arrang arrang-td
td arrang-td for a temporary expansion
of the staff of the U.S mar mar-ahal's
ahal's mar-ahal's office and would "coop "cooperate
erate "cooperate fully" with Little Rock
authorities In preserving peace.
Sogers did not mention pos possible
sible possible use of U.S. troops. Jus Justice
tice Justice Department officials said
such action was not contem contemplated
plated contemplated at present. But they
did not rule out such a move
which, they said, would have
to be taken at a "hipher lev level"
el" level" presumably the White
House.
Departmriet officials felt their
two-pronged plan would be ade adequate
quate adequate to handle any situations
that might arise in the Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas city.
It had been known for some
time that the Justice Depart Department
ment Department had been recruiting mar marshals
shals marshals for possible duty at Little
lock. Rogers', letters made it
official that the marshal's of office
fice office wouW be beefed up tempor temporarily.
arily. temporarily. Rogers, apparently seeking to
dispel some tf the bad feeling
created by Federal intervention
and the dispatch of troops to
Little Rock last year, said it was
Important that the expansion
of the U.8. marshal's office not
be "misconstrued or misunder misunderstood
stood misunderstood Wy anyone."
"ft is not the purpose of the
marshal to assume, substitute
for, or In any way intrude up upon
on upon the primary responsibility
of the state and its subdivi subdivisions
sions subdivisions to maintain peaee and
order," he said.
Justice Department officials
puld not say whether Rogers'

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letters bore president Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's approval.
However, Rogers conferred
with the President last Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, the day before the letters
were seht, and presumably
showed them to the President.
Rogers said in his letter to
Dauley that the Justice Depart Department
ment Department and its Little Rock agents
"are ready to cooperate fully

with the city of Little Rock and

the Little Rock police" In keep

ing the peace.

Rogers told uauiey mat me

U.S. marshal and other Federal

officers are ready to confer
with hi mat his "earliest conve convenience"
nience" convenience" in an effort to "work
out mutually satisfactory plans

within our areas of responsibil responsibility"
ity" responsibility" .

The Little Rock senooi Boara
told the High Court in a brief
Monday that another integra integration
tion integration attempt in the face of
present high feelings would
result only in "'bedlam, tur turmoil
moil turmoil and chaos,"

The board also Charged that
Congress and the executive
brartch had "displayed little

willingness" to assist in the In

tegration process. It said there
was serious Question whether

the courts could cope with the
situation alone. -y

Dauley said Rogers' letter
gave him the Impression that
the Federal government does

not want city police at Central
High in case of intervention
trouble.
"I would Interpret the letter

to mean that if there is a court
order to Integrate, the Federal

government Will enforce it, but

they are not trying to usurp
the normal city duties of main-

tP'-'ng law and order" he saM

city board of directors
v ipet later today to go over

F rs' letter and draft a poll
cv.

The directors will consider the
policy of letting police handle
such disorders as glass-breaking
around the fringes of the school

and in outlying areas, if vlo
lence breaks out.
At the same time, police
would take no part In escort escorting
ing escorting Negroes to or from school,
or guarding them in school or
out of it.

Under a state law, however,

the poller force might be com

Delled to put down trouble at

Central High. 1

The law states it is the duty
of the police chief to suppress
"all riots, disturbances and

breaches of the peace" and em

powers him to call on citizens

to make arrests.
Two young Negroes regis registered
tered registered at the New Orleans
branch of Louisiana State
University yesterday, the first
of their race to be accepted as
undergraduates in the LSU
system.
The decision to admit the Ne-

had the Boston Tea Party for

what they thought was right.
"The students were doing
nothing Illegal and were plck
eting in an orderly manner."

Besides, he said, he thought
that $10 would cover all the

dPmage the students did, lh

eluding the smearing of paint

on school buildings last week.
The Rev. William Wilder,
pastor of St. John's Methodist
Church, immediately con condemned
demned condemned Russell and said he
now sees why police treated
the strikers so gently.
"The truth is that this po policeman
liceman policeman is rationalizing the be behavior
havior behavior of his own force in men

tioning the Boston Tea Party,"

Ir said

"I wondered why nothing was
done to those who openly curs

ed the superintendent, the prin principal
cipal principal and other school' officials;

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groes to the New Orleans branch
marked compliance with a Fed Federal
eral Federal court order which struck
down segregation at the school
even before it began its acade academic
mic academic life.
The Negroes, a boy and a girl,

appeared outwardly calm asl

were the hundreds of white stu students
dents students who roamed the large
registration hall signing up for
classes at the new "commuter
college."
Most of the white students
ignored the Negroes, 17 -year-old
Josephine Eli, who said
she will major In elementary
education, and Harold Fon Fon-tennette,
tennette, Fon-tennette, IS, a major in social
science.
They were both neatly dress dressed,
ed, dressed, the boy in a conservative
dark blue suit and the girl in a
trim red, and green checked
dress.
SGhol officials appeared
friendly and helpful as the Ne Negro
gro Negro freshmen went through the
enrollment procedure.

The first Negroes appeared on
the campus yesterday morning.

but were barred from the cam

pus while officials at the main

branch of the university met In

secret session in Baton Rouge.

The LSU officials decided to

obey U.S. District Judge Herbert
Christenberry's' order. A tele

phone call Jo' pean Hitt at the
New Orleans college gave the
Negroes a green light to regis register.
ter. register. Dean Hitt said LSU attorneys
in Baton Rouge instructed him
to proceed to register all academically-qualified
Negroes.
The school joins a small
number of other Louisiana
colleges that has Negro stu students
dents students in undergraduate class classes.
es. classes. They are McNeese State
College, Southeastern College
and Southwestern Louisiana

Institute.
Negro graduate students
have been attending classes
at several branches of LSU,
Including the law and medical
schools.
An antl integration strike
collapsed at Van Buren Ark.,
High School and the police chief
disclosed that he supported the
strikers. He said it was no more
a crime than the Boston Tea
Party.
The strike succeeded in that
IS Nerroes who had entered
the high school refused to re return,
turn, return, although they do not
now have to face a picket line.
Parents of the 55 strikers in indicated
dicated indicated that they were more
concerned with the probability
that their children would fail

their

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"The school officials, I under-' gency,' Brown said. "I kept tell tell-stand,
stand, tell-stand, are making students mg them my baby was very sick
crawl back to class," Police1 but they kept right on talking."
Chief Voll Russell said In a pre-! He said one of the women told
pared statement. "The striking! bim she wished he would get off
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"They were peacefully strik striking
ing striking and picketing for what
they thought was just as any

union would do. People land- I wondered why nothing was
ed on Plymouth Rock; others done about obscene signs and

Parly Line Chatter
Blamed For Death
Of New Jersey Boy

FRANKLJN LAKES, N:J. (UPI)
Burial services will be held to

day for five-month-old boy

whose death was blamed on two
talkative women who stubbornly

refused to give up a party-line

when the child's parents tried to
call an ambulance.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Brown

said they pleaded with partyliners
four times Saturday moriing to
let them make a call to Peterson

to get an ambulance and oxygen
for their son, Robert Jr.
The boy died in the arms of his
18-year-old mother, Beverly, as
she acarried him into Paterson

General Hospital after a wild, 90-mile-an-hour
ride, Brown said.
Brown said he made the trip in
desperation because Robert had
turned "purple from lack of oxygen."

Ironically, Police Chief Arthur
W. Pickering, who lives across

the street from the Browns, said

he had a two-hour emergency

supply of oxygen in the borough
police car parked near His home.
But the Browns didn't know it.
Pickering said he "now knows
the names" of the other three
parties On the Browns' telephone
line and was gathering "other in information."
formation." information." Brown said his son wa? a car cardiac
diac cardiac case. He said that when Rob Robert
ert Robert began gasping for breath he
pleaded with persons using the

classes if they stayed out telephone party line to hang up.
than with the withdraw- "I kept hollering, 'Please get

wnert o womon throws in the
towel, a mon usuolly dries the
dishes.

notes

"Now I know. These people

support such action in this case,

these people who are pledged to

uphold the law."

U.S. District Judee John F

Miller, who refused to grant the

NAACP a temporary injunction

against the van Buren School

Board, hinted that he may try

to find out who started the

court action.
If it turns out that NAACP
lawyers looked for plaintiffs
Instead of plaintiffs looking
for lawyers, it may provide

ground for a charge of solicit soliciting
ing soliciting a lawsuit, or barratry.
Judge Miller told the Negroes
that they could file a new ac action
tion action Sept. 19 He is now holding
court in Harrison, Ark.
Meanwhile in Gulfport, Miss.

Negro minister Clennon King
began a period of fasting and
praying today and said he

wouldn't quit until some Negro

family tries to enroll a child in

a Mississippi white school

King, wearing a tieelss white
dress shirt and a green over overcoat,
coat, overcoat, said he would not leave
his African Methodist Episcopal
Church here until such an in

tegration attempt is made in

the state, preferably in the
Gulfport area. There are no

food or sleeping accommoda
tidns in the church.

The controversial Negro, who

vainly tried this summer to en enroll
roll enroll in the all-white University

of Mississippi, failed recently in

an attempt to enter his 6-year'

old daughter in a Gulfport

white school.

His wife took the child to
Georgia after complaining of

threatening phone calls.
King called a meeting of his
congregation and asked it to
refute a statement by Mayor
R. B. Meadows that Gulfport
Negroes are satisfied with race
relations. A resolution was
passed, to that effect but only
a few Negroes would sign.

He also told the church mem

bers:

'I will stay here m the church,

fasting and praying, until some

colored family tries to enroll a
child or children at the white

school closest to them."

Flowers For Mr. K.

Washington (urn-Anyone
you'd like ,.to send flowers to in

Moscow? ,f
Jack Dobson of Glasgow, Scot

land, to'r1 a mcetinf 0 of icials

of Interflora, an association of

22,000 florists who service custo customers'
mers' customers' by cablfe, that Moscow has
a "substantial number" of retail

florists.
He said the group hopes to re recruit
cruit recruit the Soviet florists as mem members
bers members f the organization so its

service will be txuly universal."

Theater Specialist

From New York Here
For Twoiklures
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Dr. Frank C. Davidson. Amer

ican theater specialist, in Pan Panama
ama Panama under the auspices of the

Department of State of the
United States, will lecture on
"Theater, U.8.A." tomorrow at

8:30 p.m. at the United States
Information Service Theater,

located on central Avenue No,
35-12.
In addition to this lecture,

.which will be in English, and

which is open to the general

public, Davidson is demonstrat

ing acting and directing tech

niques nightly with various

theater eroups in Panama.

On Saturday, he will be in

Colon, where he will conduct a

clinic on dramatic arts before

interested groups, after which

he will lecture to the general

public.

Davidson is on the final leg

of a 13-week South American
tour, which took him through
eight' countries and included

thirteen stops. He is a professor

of speech and drama at City
College in New York,, and has

had 24 years experience direct

ing,. off-Broadway and summer
stock nlays. in addition to his

teaching at City College.

He has lectured and directed

in Australia, the Philippines

Africa, Egypt Iraq and Iran, as

well as in eight countries in m
rope.

The author of six books with

such diverse titles as "Where To
Take Your Girl in New York -on

$1.00 to $20.00," to "Safety Driv
ing," Davidson hsai also author

ed three plays presented in lit

tle theaters: A Month of
Grace," "Local Color," and "Nice

Place to Visit."

For nine months he wrote a

feature on Steve Allen's televis

ion show "Father Knlckerbock

er's New York." Davidson has

had considerable experience in
radio; and during his army ca career,
reer, career, wrote training films for
the first motion picture unit in
Hollywood, Calif.

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Cypriot Terror
Hits Army Store's
Stock In Nicosia
NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI)-A fire
believed started by Cypriot ter terrorists
rorists terrorists yesterday destroyed" $10. $10.-600
600 $10.-600 worth of stock in a British
army family shopDing center.
Two bombs exploded last week
in another army store in Fama Fama-gusta.
gusta. Fama-gusta. There were no injuries in
either incident.
Another bomb blasted a gener generator
ator generator at the Royal Air Force base
at Akro'iriw, Terrorists last
week failed in ah attempt to blow
up a meteor jet plane at the
same base. .

HERO AT WORK Amado Mendoza civilian emr.w

the USARCARIB Training Aids Section continue flrffeKi Hi e WAY

after receiving a letter of appreciation from Maj: Gen. Charle
L. Dasher, commanding general. USARCARIB. fianai

William. E. Potter had written to Dasher describing Mendozal

avuuu ui saving ine me 01 vaienune soo who lumped over

uuaiu num me. ierryput resiaenie nmaaor, on July 13 Men
doza lives at 27th street West In Panama City,

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Cuban Rebels In Arms-laden Yacht
Run Aground Leaving Florida Port

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Sept. 10 (UPI) Some

mi nan reneis neavuy armed and (tressed, in battle fatig
were apprehended here today when their 62-foot yacht

sgronna wnne mey apparently were en route to Cuba,
others escaped. t V ;,V,i

Customs agents said the yacht Harpoon was loaded wits

rifles, machineguns, pistols, a ton and one-half of ammunition

ana otner military equipment.

Two of the rebels Jumped in

to the ocean and apparently
swam to" shore and fled from

U.S. officers.

One of the 33 arrested, Frank

Bestard, 27 of Miami, Fla., was

injured when a hand grenade

exploded below decks. The blast
sent shrapnel into his arm and
body. Agents said Bestard might
have been trying to explode the
big store of ammunition.

Border Patrol and customs

agents, who had kept the ves vessel
sel vessel under surveillance for the
last two weeks at the nearby
Dania locks, pulled alongside
the grounded yacht shortly
after midnight. The rebels of offered
fered offered no resistance.
Several Cubans dumped A
quantity of arms and ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition overboard before agents
could reach the vessel.
Wallace D. Shanley, New York
customs agent working but of
the Miami office on the case,
said the Cubans tried to set sail

last night but werV delays!

wnen one of the enelnes broV

down. They apparenUjjrej&Wl

11 ana movea out or the Danil

docRs about 1 a m.
The Harpoon ran aground

Dout one mue south of Port

erglades in the Intracoastal-

terway.

Shanley said the "Invaslo

force" was wearing dark 1

uniforms, similar to fatigues
of U.St Marines. The rebels
wore red arm bands proclaim-

ing them "Castro's Rebels."
Fidel Castro is the leader

a large band of insurgents fight

ing against Cuban Preslder

Fulgencio Batista, from a strong

hold in the Sierra Maestri

mountains of South Central
ba.

Thirty-two of the Cubans werl

held at the Broward County lai

here. Bestard was taken to
local hospital for treatment.

Arab Leaoue Won't
Back Malik In Race
For UN Presidency
CAIRO (UPI) The Arab

League refused today to sup

port 'he candidacy of LeDanon s
Charles Malik for president of the

for'hcominp Unred Nations Gen

eral Assembly. It decided instead
to bark Sudanese Foreign Minis Minister
ter Minister Mohammed Ahmed Mahgoub

for the post.

The opposi'ion' to Malik, foreign

minister of Lebanon, was spear

headed by the United Arab Re

public. Only -Jordan was reponed

to hove stood by Lebanon in vot

ing for Malik in the league's po political
litical political Committee.

The same delegates sat as full

I league council later and "unani

mously voted to support Mah-

Goub's candidacy in a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of "Arab solidarity."

Sources here said the decision

apparently wrecked Malik's
chances of being elected wren the
assembly meets next Tuesday.

There was speculation, loo, that

the presidency might go to a non-

Arab candidate since it was by no

means certain that Mahgoub could

rally as much support as Malik
could.

(The veteran Malik had been

regarded by U N. sources as the
strongest candidate for the post.

The Arab league decision touched
off speculation at U. N. headquar

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