The Panama American


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

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Matna American
'Lef tA people knout the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln
The Cosmopolitan Capital,
Tel. Panama 2-0975 Colon 779
Urd 5EAB


Dam Builder's
'Outward Look'
Talk Tomorrow

M. Harvey Slocum, mternatten-ally-known
angmear and contWr1
tor who U now building tht groat
now Bhakra Dam in India, will
speak at tho Balboa Thoatar to to-v
v to-v morrow afternoon in tho fifth of
a tariat of "Outward Look"
talk sponsored by tho Panama
Canal administration.
The program which will be open
to the public will begin at 4:30 p.
m. Slocum will bP introduced by
Gov. W. EJ. Potter who inaugurat inaugurated
ed inaugurated the "Outward Look" 'series a a-bout
bout a-bout two years ago.
Slocum will talk on "India's
needs and her efforts to accom
plish them."
Tho well-known onginoar and ;
contractor whoso familiarity wi n
tho Isthmus dates back to the.
days whan h, worked on Mad Mad-don
don Mad-don Dam is on of a group of
specialists in dry excavation
now on the Isthmus.
Tht group is here to assist the
New York engineering firm of
Parsons Brinckerhoff, Hall ant!
MacDonald in arriving at modern
techniques and unit price for tbe
750 million cubic yards of dry ex excavation
cavation excavation which would bP required
in constructing a sea level canal
Although the Bhakra Dam in the
foothills of the Himalayas is Slo Slo-cum's
cum's Slo-cum's biggest job when complet completed
ed completed in 1961 it will be about ,7flu f set
high, 1700 feet long at the crest
and 650 feet wide at the top l.e
has been i the dam building ousi ousi-ness
ness ousi-ness for years.
Ho worked on the Grand Qeu Qeu-loo
loo Qeu-loo Dam, across the Columbia
Rivtr in Washington, the JHoov.
or (formerly Boulder) Dam
which is the world's highest,
and Shasta Dam. second high highest.
est. highest. In the world.
He also worked on Bull S.hoals
Dam in; Arkansas, and Friant in
.He has redtTKe. two mnsi
Coveted Honors In the heavy cons
tructioa fieM, according to a re recent
cent recent issue of True Magazine.
These are fi annual award of
the Moles, an "Eastern group of
top contractors and construction
men, and the Beavers, a similar
West Const outfit. j
Coco Soto Hospital
Becomes Accredit
In Official Notice
In a ceremony to be held at
Coco Solo Hospital this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Gov. W. E. Potter will
present hospital officials with
si notification that the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side's major health center
is now fully accredited.
- The letter will be received by
Ma!. Bruno Elsen. Coco Solo
Hospital superintendent.
Official notice has just been
received bv the Canal Zone
Health Bureau that Coco Solo
Hospital has met all standards
ftatahiiahftri bv the Joint Com
mission on Accreditation of
Hospitals and is now uncondi unconditionally
tionally unconditionally accredited.
The Hospital was recently in inspected
spected inspected for accreditation by
r. Edwin L. Crosby. Director
of the Joint Commission on Ac Accreditation
creditation Accreditation of Hospitals and by
Bay Amber. President electof
the American Hospital Associa Association,
tion, Association, in their caoacitv as field
representatives for the Joint
Comas Hospital has been ac accredited
credited accredited for some time: It has
now been reaccredited by the
Joint Commission.
The Commission, a non-profit
organisation, was forced In
1952. Its board of 20 commis commissioners
sioners commissioners represent the five fol fol-Jbwin
Jbwin fol-Jbwin medical organizations:
fee American College of Sur Surgeons,
geons, Surgeons, the American College of
Physicians, the American Hos Hospital
pital Hospital Association, the American
Medical Association, and the
Canadian Medical Association.
The main purpose of the
Commission la to improve the
Quality of patient care In hos hospitals
pitals hospitals bv establishing certain
standards and reo',"ins: all e-
nvtDment and mf r hospi hospitals
tals hospitals to meet or suioe-ss these
The Commission considers not
onlv medical facilities but also
such services as dietary, house
geenlne and maintenance.
With the action tr the Com
mission Cno gnlo Hospital Is
how accredited fn- maximum
f three vpors. At the end of
tls per)H If t r not be"i
done earlier, the hospital will
yirfliri h re-evMiiated to insure
tw,'lt has sustained Its stand
Teen Fair Meet
Another meeting of the
Fair Is' scheduled for tonight at
ths Tien Club in Balboa at 7:30.
All organizations are invited to
rend a, representative to this
meeting end all Interested in individuals
dividuals individuals are invited.

Eisenhower Will Tell US
Of Possible Quemoy Deals

WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 (UPI) President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower is expected to discus possible compromises to
prevent war with Communist China in a speech to the
nation tonight.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles hinted at his
news conference Tuesday that some concessions -might
be made if the Communists would renounce use of force
in, tho area.
The President might enlarge upon this Issue in his ad address
dress address on radio and television, observers expected.
American officials said proposed negotiations between
the United States and Red China at Warsaw, Poland
mjght eventually lead to a U.S. recommendation that Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist China give up Quemoy and MatSU.

The President's speech will
be broadcast on the Isthmus
over CFN Radio tonight. The
hour it 9 p.m.
The United States Navy success
fully escorted Nationalist supply
ships to Quemoy island today de
spite a Communist artillery bom
bardment. No American or na
tionalist rhips were hit.
The United States Taiwan ir or
mosa) defense command announc
ed the successful convoy opera
tion which touched oif the tirst
Communist artillery barrage of
the island in 21 hours.
The Nationalist ministry of ue
fense issued a separate commu
nique Which said "our supply
ships have arrived in Quemoy
and are now unloading under
Communist bombardment."
JWeanwhib Soviet diplomats in
London expressed firm belief to today
day today that Red China will defi definitely
nitely definitely invade the off-shore is islands
lands islands of Quemoy and Matsu.
They said Red China was con convinced
vinced convinced the United States was
bluffing in the current Fr East-
cm conflict.
Soviet Russia shared this view
fnllv Ihe rlinlnmats said.
Iffiite Communist a ssessment of
factor in Peipins's aftd Mosraw s
plans for an early invasion.
The Soviet has decided to back
Red China to the hilt over the
offshore isles policy, the dipJo;
mats aaid.
The Soviet assessment of tho
Par Eastern situation was vo volunteered
lunteered volunteered in an apparent move
to underline Red China's deter deter-mination
mination deter-mination to go ahead and Res
sia'i decision to back the
' showdown.
The propaganda element in tnls
outburst cannot be overlooked.
But the repeated Soviet refer
ence to ihe United States alw
ed bluff conveyed the strong im
pression, mat ine commune v
were banking heavily on their
assessment of Washington's po policy
licy policy and were prepared to take a
calculated risn.
Diplomats said their ovcrn ovcrn-ments
ments ovcrn-ments had arrived at this conclu conclusion
sion conclusion after oJose study of th A A-merican
merican A-merican snd Western scenes at
They cited alleged strong op opposition
position opposition in the United States a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Involvement with Red
Chine ovtr the offshor. isle
.mono reasons that led them
to distrlss the U.S. threats of
Intervention as bluff.
Tax-Fight Claimants
On Alien Wile Issue
Hold Meeting
The committee for U.S. citl-
. i I .j atltaVi
zens witn non-resKicm iw
wives, who are objecting 10 a re re-rent,
rent, re-rent, tar rullna- by the U.S. In
ternal Revenue Bureau, met last
One of the first acnons oi urc
- 11 11..
committee will be to file an ap
peal for C Z. residents wno nave
received a preliminary statement
rienvinc their claim.
In order to proceed wnn mis
oetinn the committee needs a
post card or letter from all of
those who nave received nega negative
tive negative replies. This card or letter
ehmriri authorize the committee
to use the writer's name in a
letter to be filed with the Inter-
nai Revenue Dire ctor, and
hnuld be in their hands not
later than Sept. 20, All corres correspondence
pondence correspondence should be addressed to
J. M. Thompson, Box 53, Balboa
Heights, CZ.
In order not to complicate or
confuse the issue, other phases
or types of cases of those claim claiming
ing claiming reskience from other than
the ranal Zone will be handleo"
in accordance with subsequent
As a preparatory move for
further action the committee is
communicating with local and
Washington attorneys and tax
consultants relative to any legal
action that may be required.
The naming of the group win
be on the attend?, for the next
general meeting which will be
called when correspondence de develops
velops develops the need for further action.

Moscow Radio charged today

that Dulles "burned his fingers"
in Lebanon and suggested ne
might lose them altogether in the
Far East.
The latest blast was confined
In a commentary on Soviet Pre
mier Nikita Khrushchev's letter
to President Eisenhower asserting
that Russia would regard an at
tack on Communist China as an
attack on the Soviet Union. The
commentary was beamed to North
"Th USSR ooes not Hide tne
that It will consider any attack
on China an attack on tho
USSR." the broadcast said.
"How. then, does Dulles expect
to localise the conflict in Ji" Far
East? Of course, he would like
tn. handle China by itae'.t, but
first of all Peoples China -B not
little Lebanon, where uuiies own
ed his fingers badly enough.
The broadcast said any attempt
by the United States to "aggra
vate the situation in mo w
East "and start a war with Chi
ta" eouM "set. off a cnam reac
tion and swell into a worm con
flagration." .
"Dulles ought never to iorgei
Farewell Gesture
Backfires For
Impractical Joker
-Lt; Thomas Hiney, 22, decided
to say fare wello his army
friends by tossing A cardboard
grenade at them from the traul
that was returning him to civil civilian
ian civilian life.
But Hiney didn't know about
hrain windows.
When the train started moving
out Hiney went into the men s
room, lit a "thunderflash' card
board grenade used in war games
and turned to the window to throw
The window stuck.
The lieutenant pancked. Ha
dropped the fizzing bomb on the
floor and fled inlo the corridor.
The exolosion in the cor ined
space wrecked the wash basin,
shattered the ligh's and blew the
door off its hinges.

Capehart Family Housing Project
Bids To Be Invited About Sept. 19

Invitations to hid on con
s true tion of Capehart family
housing on the Pacific side or
the Canal Zone will be Issued a a-bout
bout a-bout Sept. 19 by the U.S. Army
Engineer District, Jacksonville,
Competitive bids are to be
opened About Nov. 4.
The construction a four to
five million dollar Job in involves
volves involves 33ft housing units In 11
structures at Fort Amador,
Ourundu, Corneal, Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton and Quarry Heights.
Specifications will contain de details
tails details and provisions outlining
the rights and obligations of the
interested parties, together with
necessary forms required to
comply with the invitations for
Bids must be submitted In
triplicate and supported by a
certified check In the amount of
$25,000 made payable to the
Treasurer of the United States.
Plans and specifications will
be on disDlav in the Office of
the Area Engineer, TJ.S. Army
Corps of Engineers, Port Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, or may be obtained from
the U.8. Army Engineer Dis
trict, Jacksonville, Corps of En
gineers, P.O. Sox 4970, Jackson
villa. Pla.
Prospective prime bidders may
request a maximum Of three sets
of plans and specifications and
one extra copy of bidding pa
Sub-con tractors are. entitled
to one set of plans and one co
py of the specifications (if a
vallahle) and era to indicate
features of the work in wmcn
thev are particularly Interested
electrical, sheet, metal, air
conditioning or other.


East Indian Stores Deny
Taxidrivers Getting 10

Charges bv a Panama City
who eater to tourists mark up
and rive taxi drivers a ten to
bringing; tourists to their stores

He" todav bv one East Indian store proprietor.

The merchant, arainst whom
the Panama Tourist Office, is
-who is accused of writing a letter
ist aaencies who visited here
(Uaieria Panama) "is one 01 ine
roods store that has standard
Borenstein s letter, in wmcn
(sic) merchants" commit certain
the Minister of Agriculture and
sioner Stanley Shaw ue ut ussa.
Several Indian store proprie
tors interviewed today regarded
Borensteln's charge as absurd,
and some regarded nun as a
"now businessman" without
sutflcient business sense to run
a profitable business.
Some of the Indians denied
outright that they give a ten per
cent commission to taxi drivers
who bring them tourists.
However, a small number ad admitted
mitted admitted that they did, if a taxi taxi-man
man taxi-man with whom they were well
acquainted brought them a
group of tourists Who spent a
large sum on purchases.
. Others said they weald give
"a few dollars" to a test driv driver
er driver who brought them some
tourist trade, but nevev any anything
thing anything near ten per sent.
Ont proprietor, 8. Jhangimal,
said the charge was "a 100 per
cent lie," but admitted that he
sold goods on credit to friendly
taxi drlvere at prices barely a-
Wnv inst. ;.tiwa KaR
. Another nroDrletor said that
they quote alif hit higher 'prices
mans" because svtch customers
never accent the first price
auoted and always offer to pay
a smaller sum. wnicn is usuauy
What the. Item is really selling
AH nfotarletors a e r e e a can
Borensteln's letter was unethical,
and said if he wanted to ad advertise
vertise advertise his business to the visit visiting
ing visiting travel agent he should have
done If without casting asper aspersions
sions aspersions at other businessmen.
Moat of the Indian store
vrepletors commented that
Borensteln's letter might have
the effect of hurting Fana Fana-nta's
nta's Fana-nta's tourist trade and the re reputation
putation reputation of it! merchants,
in his letter. Bctrensteln chant
ed that local merchants, who
"happen to be the most weal
rhv" 1 1S:
"1 Use the services of most
of the local taxi drivers to bring
the tourists directly to their
stores as soon as they leave the
shin for their usual sightseeing
The buildings are to be of ex exposed
posed exposed masonry construction with
various exterior treatments of
brick veneer.
Ground floors are concrete
slab on grade with cement tile
finish; interior walls generally
are concrete block with skim
coat plaster unpaltned.
Roofs are composed of trussed
rafters, wood decking and five
ply built up roofing.
The work includes all on
site accomplishments within the
project boundaries, consisting
of clearing and grubbing, site
grading, exterior utilities and
drainage systems, street and
walk paving, grassing and any
other work required witmn tne
boundaries to complete the
Contract specifications will
provide for completion of work
from 270 to 600 days after clos
inc. depending on the location
and number of units involved
Animal Lovers
People in the Canal Zone
who Ill-treat animals will be
prosecuted "relentlessly" by a
branch of a humane society
which Is shortly to be started.
It will be called the Canal
Zone Society for the Preven Prevention
tion Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and
Is to be started by a band of
animal-lovers who think there
is much too much cruelty in
the Canal Zone.
The ihaugurator of the new
organization is Mrs. Bert a
Lewis of West Second Street.
Curundu. who herself has two
dogs a dachshund, and ft

merchant that local merchants
their foods three to five times

20 per cent commission for
was branded aa "a 100 percent
a complaint has been filed by
identified as I.W. Borenstein,
to tbe delegates of u.h. tour
recently, statmr that his store
iew, n not ine ouy uiunsi
ne sain mat unscrupulous i
irregularities, was referred to
Commerce by Tourist Commis
and purchasing tours. Those
drivers obtain a commission of
10 to 20 per cent of the purchase
made by tneir 'clients.'
2 These merchants mark up
their articles three or five times
higher and give the unsuspicious
purchaser the benefit of a good
r eauction'. in some cases, they
even give the client the oppor
tunity to pay wnatever ne thinks
is more reasonable, and, by do doing
ing doing this, they get a higher price
for the articles,, and of course,
they make the client believe
that their margin of profit, by
allowing them 'guarantees' is
very limited, When the truth is
that they are still making a
juicy percentage."
15 New PC Employes
Join Rolls; ( Were
Recruited In Stales
Fifteen employes, six from the U U-hiied
hiied U-hiied States, joined the Canal or
ganization during toe month of Au August,
gust, August, according to figures released
by the Personnel Bureau;
Those from the United States
were Eugene J. Schill, o" Crestline
Ohio, road-yard conductor tn the
Railroad Division; Mrs. M. Gag Gag-non,
non, Gag-non, of St. Clair Shores, Mick.,
nurse anesthetist in the Health
Bureau; Hugh D. Morgan, of Dal Dal-ton,
ton, Dal-ton, Ga., wireman in th Locks
Divisions Frances L. Lepley of
Marion, Ind., medical technician
iii the Coco Solo Hospital; Luan Luanda
da Luanda A. Powell, of Los Angeles.
Calif., and Fred N. Dahl, of. Siour
City, IoWa, con'nissary supervisor
in the Supply Division. Dahl had
been employed previously with the
Canal organization
Employed locally were Samuel
Rodriguez, chief, Urology Section
at Gorgas Hospital; ti e o 1 1 r e y
Thompson, chief. Industrial Divi
sion, Frances M. Ateek, elemen
tary school teacher in the Division
of Schools, Maxine L. Hertz, sat'-
nurse at Gorgas Hospital; and
Nancy A. Symons, clerk-steno
grapher in the Police Division.
Those employed locally who
have previous experience with the
Canal are John P. Corrigan, 111.
commissary supervisor in the Sup
ply Division; Grace M. ruiiey and
Abme a. Kocicer, suu nurses ai
Goreas Hospital: and Hazel F. Wit
liams. elementarschool teacher
In the Division of Schools.
Latin American
Schools In Zone
Co On Vacation
Students in the Canal Zone's La Latin
tin Latin American schools will start
their long mid-term vacation at
the close of school tomorrow,
Sept. 12. Classes will reconvene
Ppsay, Sept. 22.
During the period of the Latin
American school vacation, the 1US 1US-taries
taries 1US-taries at Paraiso and Rainbow Ci City,
ty, City, which are in school buildinas,
will be open weekdays from 4 to
8 p.m. Saturday hours will be 9
a.m. to noon.

Band Together; Will Bring

shafegv mongrel noodle which
she found starving at San Lo Lorenzo
renzo Lorenzo a year ago and befriend befriended.
ed. befriended. Said Mrs. Lewis today: "It
protect animals in the Canal
Zone. A number of cases of
cruelty have already come to
mv notice, and there are many
atray cats and doas here espe especially
cially especially catswhich are aban abandoned
doned abandoned bv servicemen when they
leave the Isthmus.
"We shall be relentless In
takjbac to court every ease we
ean find of cruelty to anim-

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Dominguez (above), is accom accom-panJdd
panJdd accom-panJdd back to his cell by a
police guard, after ratifying
charges yesterday against stu student
dent student leader Andrea Cantillo.
However, a c o n f r ontation
whldb should have taken place
'W'1'1 riw yesterday. afternoon
was not held whfn Cantillo
showed' up one hear and a
half late and after County At Attorney
torney Attorney Rafael Isaza had can cancelled
celled cancelled the confrontation after
hearing that Cantillo's grand grandmother
mother grandmother was gravely ill and ex expected
pected expected to die at any time. Pro Protests
tests Protests by Cantillo and his law
yer Rodrigo Molina fell on daf
ears. Cantillo is
Dominguez wi
ed him to go
River bridge f

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Former Foreign Deputy Castillero
Brands Flood's Remarks Vicious'

Former Deputy Foreign Minist
er Ernesto Castillero yesterday
defended Panamanians' rights w
answer charges by U.S. Rep. B B-niel
niel B-niel J. Flood and to defend this
country's points of view.
Castillero described Flood as us
ing his position as a member ol
the U.S. Rep. Congress to lauicn
a vicious campaign against the
Republic of Panama.
To Whitman Garrett
By American Legion
Whitman P. Garrett, whe has
been decorated by the .Panama-
nian Government forrcnariie
activities in behalf of the inhabi
tants of the Gatun Lake area, was
again honored wis atternoon.
He was presented with the In
I er American Award of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Department of the A
merican Legion at a ceremony in
the Cristobal Police Station. Ths
eold medal award was voted to
Garrett, a Cristobal policeman, ai
the Legion's convention this year.
Making the presentation was De
partment Commander AI Gauvin,
accompanied by members of hi
staff and representatives of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Auxiliary. Governor Wil William
liam William "E. Potter and Police Chief
B. A; Harden attended the cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. Garrett already has received for
his philanthropic gestures the Or Order
der Order of Vasco Nunez de Balboa
from the Panamanian government.
He also has been commended by
education officials and groups in
Panama and the Canal Zone.
It is anticipated that Isthmian
groups will nominate Garrett for
the American Legion's National
Merit Award. Only fivP such a?
wards are made annually.
Already, the embryo society
has the f ollowina cases on file
for possible prosecution:
In Cocoli. a man tied his dog
up and ran over lt with his
cat1 twice to kill it. A neighbor
rushed out and rescued the
dog. The man had succeeded
onlv in breaking two of its lees
and many ribs. The neighbor
nurseU the dog back to health
at considerable cost.
In Margarita ft man bought
a boxer puppy for $76. but find finding
ing finding his expensive plaything was
too much bother to train, he


Canal Zonians are hollerina that rhev do too dia that

culture jive.
They are simultaneously

rio Arturo Maduro for accusing them of not supporting

me w.j. uwn jun rrancisco
Maduro said Tuesday that
let were sold in the Zone.

Today there were pained (but cultured) cries ring ringing
ing ringing across Pacific-side towns that far more than 49 Zo Zonians
nians Zonians had torn themselves loose from the artistic serenity
of the bingo games and the bowling alleys in favor of the
One J Street shop, which handled ballet tickers, said
today it sold at least 150 to Zonians. And" Znninn mkt

went to the show claim to have seri other Zonians along

mere in grear ana culture
The San Francisco
tre, Rio Aba jo, Sater
Panama City
t com
Castillero's comment was is an
swer to a minor controversy over
whether Panama Assemblymen
should answer the "attacks"
launched by Flood from the floor
of the House of Representatives.
Referring to Flood's proposal
that the U.S. Congress proclaim
absolute sovereignty over the Pa
nama Canal Zone, Castillero said.
it is inconceivable that the Am
erican Congress would approve
such are solution, which would in
volve a Unilateral declaration of
sovereignly over a territory. .
which belongs to a foreign coun
try. .a territory which they have
not acquired by grant, purchase
armed conquest.
"Such action by C, 0 n g Re s s
would be especially surprising
at a time when President Eisen-
hower just got through declaring
Soviet Union that the United
States, in what has passed of the
20th century, has not increased
its territory at the expense of its
weaker neignnors.
Judge's Bench
'"Af Balboa Magistrates Court to
day. Judge John E. Deming fined
Wallace Edward Duke 33, of the
U.S. Marine Corps, 135 for reek
less driving.
Louis Austin Brownie 34, Pans
manian, was placed on probation
for 80 days for backing his vehicle
unsafely. The Judge also order ordered
ed ordered within the probation period
Carlos Chavarria. 48 Panaman Panamanian,
ian, Panamanian, was fined $10 being found in
For operating a vehicle with a
detective tire on Miraflores
Bridge, Joaquin Rivera 47, Pana
manian. was fined $15.
Enos Nathaniel Eccleston, 0..
Jamaican, netted a $5 fine for fol following
lowing following another vehicle too c'.osely
on Roosevelt Avenue.

day, unday a

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Cruel Zonians Into Courts

beat it with ft club to such an
extent that the breeder who
had sold it to him heard about
it and bought it back to have
it put to sleep.
In Balboa, a family toes into
the Interior most week-ends
and leaves their doe tied with
a two foot niece of rve for
three days at a time with no
shelter from the sun. no water
end no food.
. J- ftMmMi'
Horses, it is believed, are
often neglected at Vftrious
stables in the Zone by own-


raDDina Panama imnressa-
Doner. H
onlv 49 tickets to the bal
ed at the Rio Tftea-
nd Monday. ''
so of the few Zon
they are reluc
tant to go into Panama, espe especially
cially especially the BIO Aba.j 0 area, be because
cause because they are afraid of their.,
cars being damaged or stolen.
Others noted that the police
and parking arrangements dur during
ing during the ballet's season were the
most effective they have known
at any such occasion in Pana
Dorese Wattes, Canal Zone
dancing teacher, said she went
to the Sunday matinee perform performance
ance performance with eight of her pupils. "1
saw quite a number of people
from the Zone that I knew" she
said, "There must have been
many, many more that I did
not know I think Maduro's cri criticism
ticism criticism of us is ill-founded."
She added: "If the. attests!
ances as a whole were not vfjjfl
good, I would put lt down part
ly to the fact that the Berllnei
Ballet had been showing only a
few days before. The way thi
two ballets coincided was un
A Canal employe commented:
"I did not go to the ballet and
I don't blame other people wht
didn't go, however much thej
might have wanted to see it.
"Driving in Panama is al almost
most almost suicide. The bus drivers
act like madmen and if your
car was damaged it would be
a terrible job to get any com compensation.
pensation. compensation. In any case there
appear to be so many car
thieves in Panama.
"When cultural performance
are given In the Canal Zone,
they are always very well sup supported."
ported." supported." Chorrera Lad Hit
By Vehicle Dies
At Gorgas
A five-year old Panamanian boy,
Bernardino Gobea, who was nd.
milled to Gorgas Hospital on Sept.
5 a'ter serious injuries in a road
accident near Nuevo Arranattt
died earlv today in the hospital.
His family lives at Chorrera.
It is believed he ran out into the
road from behind a parked veni
cle and was hit by a truck.
ers who do not oay for their
food regularly:
Mrs. Lewis has written to the
Humane Society In New Yofl
requesting affiliation wnntnem
and advice as to rules, mem membership
bership membership fees and organization.
She says support is growinsf
quickly. Among those interest interested
ed interested are Mrs. Potter, wife of the
Governor, and Ladv Henderson,
wife of the British Ambassador
to Panama who Is writing to
the Royal SPCA In England foi
advice, although, for the ore
sent, the new society will op operate
erate operate only In the Canal Zone.

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tor me icvoiu utav u jivv w. jmm in ios Angeles.
Liunai ineaue Uuuer lue apouioiaaiii oi me uiaiuneu. oi rule AiwSj There are 11 lahnr leaHorc ..n,i

0tinnia, nave aiwaja uiei witu me uioai tavoiauie ieponse,technicjans in thtt gr()Up

tram caiiai -one xeaiuenui. ... .lunaer me direction of Joseph
'As ,u'er Uliivi te uepuriinents ollice has a long list otjKeenan, oationql secretary of !ht
Zone lesmeuia wao nav epxeu a ueaire to De inioinieu wnen 'International Electrical Workers

silt i aii ufi-iui'lliance.5 aie tutu

see Uirni at me iauonai lueaier.
Thi. ii uwuiK iiu.: m me case ol concerts given by the XMa

mo a,ftj
u.i iinnu.,11 run mav oc

tieket rebervauons are made oy canal jne resiUnui. 10 best ex example
ample example tic u. uie concerto to be given next rioay, wnen the Nauon Nauon-al
al Nauon-al OThestra will piay under the direction ol irroi. Walter Myers,
with our fcitat viounibt AUiedo oe Saint Atalo as soioiSt. tickets are
practically sold cut with a hign nunmer of reservations having been
made by ione residents. Ana you may rest assured that just as
great a number oi Romans wia be ouymg their admission ticxets be before
fore before Friuay and it will oe done at thj theater's tickets booth.
May this statement serve to stablished a fact k the credit of our
neisnbois across the Zone boundary. They certainly know how to
appreciate Panamanian artistic values.
Enrique J. Sosa,
Director of Fine Arts.

I With malice toward none; with charity for all; with no thought
or desire cf entering into the profitless controversy that i is being
pursued in local-rate Union circles but merely for enlightenment
of tt unMormed, I wuh to give publicity to a forgotten event of
eibr&undayJuly 23. 1950, I was present at the inaugural cere cere-mrk.v
mrk.v cere-mrk.v of Local 9()ti of the G.C.E.O.C -CLO. held at the La Boca
B.U PVrk TPhUrwStman in introduciti George VV. Westerman,
the auest speake?, credited him with the Access o( the to
brmf the CIO. back to the Canal Zone. Westerman, he said, was
PA."rA-xT.4i., n i r. inr Rietard F. Behrendt, Head of

inii'df ini'nn in umi iiitiai Vj .1 w. uu
. !.:. ..
Intetnauonai represeuiau
;SZaA h TWlh nrpssinE jorwar.
VAwarA Caskin. R. T. EUis, Owen
rence Smell, Ernest Hay, Ernest
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the Dfoartment of International Affairs of Colgate University, j swiftly packefl, A c p u r i e r took
York the one man whb could put the C.I.O. straight on all them by car to, Richmond. A gov gov-fim
fim gov-fim th7 Canal lone." . rnment spokesmnB tils me that

nni,.:ni,o na nr." nr me wont nravci mun

T ; Km tVi-i that lie refused to accept any remuneration trom ahl. -CIO s relocated hPHd hPHd-fhff
fhff hPHd-fhff IO Wi5rltm?fo crept any Jtfad of quarters. A secondary labor chain chain-tt
tt chain-tt -r?TVK'W POritions with Local 900 should be, of command has been set up to
nvaflaMe 'm)y to ltJcal-rate employes. This was reported in assure conUnuity of operations
fstar fc Herald of Julv 2i, 1950. ft may serve some purpose also, in any emergency.
the Star it, tieraia oi Juiy Wpsterman his atacious acknowl- This is no whimsical war game
to quote from the speech of Mr. JXs in th veiiikSi K wa not tkaignea just to
edsirent of the assist ance of his c"""toh7" 0"e Thlere certain thator has representa proven and jndefatablc champion ttJ.Pr tion in hwat Kmes large enough

liams Rex Archibold, and Leroy Cockburn on the Atlantic Side,
mu aiways be warmly remembered by Local 900. Their confidence
my efforts and the seemingly blind faith which Sidney A. Young
reposed in me were the impelling forces that kept the campaign ac active
tive active and have brought us to witness this memorable occasion
1 repeat, Mr. Editor, the absence of any intention to join in the
quarrel that has been cluttering this column for the past few weeks.
1 do 'eel keenly, howeve?, the uase ingratitude towwds one who has
sacrificed so much ol hi talent, time and money foi our cause; and
I uepioTe the crab-like attitude oi his detractors, who finding them-

seiVci oversnauoweu oy ms inuumni w .iuiuih,

atlncr: the sturuiness of his cnaracter ano ms nonesiy oi puiyusse oy
siura anu aspersions.


'x'wei.., a&o this monJi, a lime Capsule v.u uposited in
the iiuuau ot iiujmiig Meauows uuriag an tApoai.iuu.
oevi.u itti., mx m leuain oy ai aim a nau mcnes in dia dia-metti,
metti, dia-metti, it is in a ueavy metai 1.1 vnau uau oeeu aeiecieu lof
permaneuce auu specially ueateu 10 iesist tune.
un tne ouisiuc! in -naiiiMcu tin.- uicasakc: "Time Capsule of

Cupatuy, uepositeu on uie sue 01 tue

23, lUoo, oy tne Weaunguouau jmucuic anu iuanuiatiuiuig coiupauy,

u anyone souulu cuuit. across mis
W3M let mm not waEuoniy uiaiuru jr,
tha 111 .linn' nt IILUI mtjt in lilH .1-ulLV
ai Aioioox Air xoice uaac,
1 ... ih.. Inn.. I'w in

jsase law anu as sutu is enioiceaoie oy tne Air Police. I welcome
it. it gives moiners a cname to max anu unwind a little.
r-iin iSicat'l. i.iiai in iiir 111 1 11 11 1 wnitii Iiip.v navp ilrrinrd 10 hAve

the jjaroatt; touecttus ma&e meir rounus ui me resiuenuai areas,
a tne truck (and uie coiiectoia; proteeus uown me aii'tei., it

leavea in its wike a snattereu suence in wmcu can be be heard the!

whimpering ana wailing ol liny tots

L never ceases to amaze me, wnat a leviviiying euect 30 min minutes
utes minutes of steep has on a smau chud. Particularly wnen that child is
awakened' out ol a sound sleep ouring an auult-imposed rest period.
In orcer to cooperate witn tne au t'oiice, motoet must now do
a little policing of her own tor the remainder of the Quiet Hours; at
which t'ihe the children all up and down tne street, spill out into;
the yards, like factory workers after punching their time cards.
Apparently, like th" contents of the Time Capsule, the Quiet
Hours at A) brook, are not meant for this present generation.




I have been playing bihg6 off and on for than 15 years at the
different clubhouses, but Saturday night Aug. 23 I thought I had
seen the end of the game at the Cocoll Clubhouse, when Only a few
of the faithful players came in.
After playing a couple of games I decided to go to the Knights
of Columbus game where they were setting up extia tables to take
care of the crowd. The caller and most of the wi men who collect
at the K of C Club were connected with Cocoli game at one time,
until the Nt Vy women decided to run them out and made the re remark
mark remark that if the civilians made any money at the game there wft
no reason why 'the Navy women could not do the same. And it real really
ly really looked as if they meant to do this very thing
The last night the civilian women ran the game the cover-all
paid about $190 and with practically' the same crowd playing the
next bingo night (with the Navy women running the game) the
Mpr-all raid about $135 Why the great difference? I might say
this was the highest, pet the civilians ever paid, by nearly $30.
it was known that when the civilian ran the game certain cards
an. held out for themselves and their friends and everyone thought
this would be stopped when the Navy women took over the game,
but i became even worse.
A certain player took charge of the cards and saved most of
the barrel cards for the ones who ran the game and his friends, but
sine? hi. d'poarlure from the I?thmu all the barrel cards were taken
out of the Cocoli game so all his friends deserted the game.
They tried to got the crowd hack by placing the old barrel cards
back in 'he game but it has failed it's purpose. Whatever became
of i, petition, whieh was circulated ft the Cocoli game some weeks
ago, against one of the collectors at the Knifhts nf Columbus Club?


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Capsutc oeioic tne year n.u
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Labor News
I Comments

naa recent mock air raids on
our land oeen the real thine, ititn
ned war correspondents wouid
have reported that a ot our ciUea
ano forty millions 61 our people.
vvne iiu mure man racunari:vr-
waves. Hut the raios were not
reai. go there were no war cor
respondents sittine in the sec-i
suu-L-enar anteroom outside ac
under ground conference ha, I
where 200 ft our national leaders
gauierea tasi juty. These were
grim men, lor these are grim
times and we nlav arim eames.
rr n. . ."-
ine o men analyzed the effect
oi me mocK raids DM mad v.n
public announcement. It is not
pleasant to talk o" a homh j!
reaay produced and t e s t a rl.
.. "" ,ym,W in rtPW
whinh in in nan ai i xt
1 xorx; 4,000,000 in Chicago or 3 OOC
AAA T vv-,
It was his task, as labor admin administrative
istrative administrative assistant to the Director
of the Office of Defense Mobilia
tion, among other vital matters,
to check and see what remained
of the iaber movement after the
mock raid. It was also the task
of Keenan's group, which included
Stanley Ruttenberg National AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO research director, to natch
togtther the blitzed labor organi organization
zation organization so that skilled wor'ic-rx
could be strategically reassigned
to those factories that were If ft.
In evry ana of thos J$ cities,
every one of the thousand of
local and regional labor unit
had been wiped aut. If Wash Washington
ington Washington :iad been one of thrua
n i-i, he national AFL CIO
would have shifted to it amr
aney standby headquarter in
Richmon", Va.
This relocation site for the na
tional staff or what would have
been left of ii was set up hy
AFL CIO secretary-treasurer wj
liam Schnitzler at the direction ol
president George Meany.
There have been' "dry runs'
during a mock raid warnine. Sim
ulated vital documents have been
. .tt
lmnortani union rpcnn s u a v p
hn U.tL5 wj T Ti..
to hai(e jWraMMresent it. Without
mis lauor iiiecnanims, me coan
try mighl not survive. Surivival
would rest primarily on our abm
ty to stay in production.
ILdPittsburgh for example cails
for 50 electricians, what better
than the Electrical Workrs
nion's central' register would have
knowledge of such men And
who better than the local Electric Electrical
al Electrical Workers business agents and
union hiring hall aispatchers
would know which of them have
what special skills, wnere tney live
or i they are alive and f they
hold expendable jobs.
Evan this it net being left to
chance. At the moment, Mr.
Keenan's group, working with
government and business exe executives,
cutives, executives, ara running a piiat
study of all (kills in a mid mid-western
western mid-western industry city. When
this survy is completed and tha
kinks Knocked our of the ttuay
system, the technique Will be
spread te every industrial mu municipality
nicipality municipality in the Ian".
But Mr. Keenan and his dollars
go off on the secret three-day an
alytical games lor a reason even
oeeper man me pracuue analysis
ot wnat happened to us attei a
mock Mid. Mr. Kennan is interest
ed in .what happens to lteeucn
under the pulvitrixigg-' pressure bt
H maSS I'lllaCK.
If we are hit, tiie government
would issue a series of conaol
decrees with machine gun burat
speed. Mr Keenan ami the labor
men nave nuaied post-Pearl Har-
, 5JfISE Wd?
clared there after the Jap altaok
and it lasted tor almost tour eye.
The labor men know the need for
compulsory regulation ano control
of wages, pnees. job shifting and
production in the radioactive
aftermatch of an attack. But
they want it kept to a minimum.
So when they sit in the secret
council and play war ganea tney
ask to make it possible for men
on the industrial home front to
light 'or freedom with the greatest
possible freedom.
All this is reported on the
theory that the more the enemy is
awar, of our preparations to meet
him, the less likely he is to come.
E OR UNITY A symbolic
bird of peace perches atop a
large "E" in this new pfennig
((about 10c) Kuropa (Europe)
Stamp to be issued by West
( Germany September 13. It ia
blue in color, with a r.w .t,i

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If You Den't
See Ii Here (It
didn't happen): A West Coast lit little
tle little "Apalachin" due in San Diego
county, near the Mex birder.
(Don't ask how I know. 1 know.)
. .Have the lads been schem scheming
ing scheming how to hdrn in on the TV
quiz shows, and if not, how come
they overlooked it?. .Only the
naive think nere are enougn
gamblers to support all the plush
Vegas casinos. Those in the know
know that one of the prime tunc-'
lions of many gambling houses is
to provide a bund and a cover
for the movement of, hot and illi illicit
cit illicit money which can be slipped
across the gaming table in either
direction, as winnings or losings
as the case may be, .The fune-

tion of the, horse wire was thejbara Hunt. .1 wonder what be be-ante
ante be-ante making it possible to move came of: Secretary Stevens (of
huge aUms of pay-off moneysreat i the McCarthy hearings). .Mag
distances, disguised as betting I da Gabor (n one ever hears

money. .One of the brineiT.a!
problems in the narcotics tjtaffic
is moving funds in such a i way
that payments and profits Can't
be traced to their eventual desti destinations.
nations. destinations. .This is a problem for
the Reds. too. who have got to
channel currency to underground
subversives who often pose for
the public as respectable "liber "liberals"
als" "liberals" and to the hundreds of egg
head "front" organizations.
I'.'s How the Milton Berles: A A-va
va A-va Gardner running around with
a big man in Europe. Fjtso Fa Fa-rouk.
rouk. Fa-rouk. .What's all the fussin' be between
tween between Abbe Lane and Tony Ran Randall
dall Randall about? Who stole what
show?. .Did you know that
wherever Trujlllo Jr. go he's
covered by guards with Sten
guns?. .Here's a switch; The
"world preem" of TPA's Teevee
"New York Confident-si" will be
in Tulsa, Okla. Sun Ray Oil, the
midwest sponsor, flying celebs
from N.Y and Hollywood, includ-
" m T"cVm7
Westbrrok Van Voorhis and screen
Shirley Ballard. The mayor
of Tulsa will give away oil wells
on the street. Biggest stunt yet
for video syndication. (But back backward
ward backward New York won't see "New
York Confidential" un'il October.
Channel 2.). .Drollest charae'er
in town or nearly so is Nicky
Blair, beloved headman of B'sir
House, and you gotta get him
talking about the great old days
on B'way. .Did ya ever stop to
think- Mnst en. klttan. h.v. I

lovelv furs CPes nunrying out to earch
loveiy iurs. ,or a woUnded man v'storrl"'
Be Your Own Press. Agent (And mla TangS from", SaS
Joe Adams always Is): "What a'neor her hou' Cfore d v
reception I go when I returned 1 eht A thnrnnoh ,1, j.
to Channel 13 an4 my 'Gag. IlitSfcKTS
Riches' W show after break croaking mournfully gS

" VOiua I v"VeikV '!
Gabor.-They, had a big sign out
front 'Welcome Home J. A,' But
they spelled horn'? 'H A M'. .
Cindy made her omeback
my show. She's the only has been 1
who never was .If you th -x
Dotto is having trouble, Cindy ask asked
ed asked me more questions about Zsa
than Hogan asked the qon'estan s
and I be ter have the riant an-
wars nf I'll ho inlnlnff III.' Rip I ;
Payoff and it Will be to iky law
yers. Zsa went shopping wiih me
in Chicago to buy some clothes
for Cindy and the rumor spread
I was paying for 7,sa's cmtaWl
Fortunately Cindy knows (hat's I
not true since I haven't stopped J
paying lor ner iasi year s cioi.iea
yet. .Zsa gave me farewe'l
present for helping her witn her
act. Know anybody who want to
buy an 8x10 glossy of Rubirosa :
Some Like It Hot: American
Theatre Wing's Mike She in (V
Shea at the Penguin wi fa Kathy I
Barr, the til ian ressed do"in. A
Pity poor Maggie Davis, whose l
first novel, "Winter Serpent will
be published by McGraw Hill.
They want to bring her t NY
for (he publicity but can" think
of any angles. "Have I been turn


The Gabby Sphinx
lizenry alarmed iver the book's
pornographic content?" irte
write. "No. Even the PTA wants
me as publicl y chairman. Have
I guzzled spectacularly? No. Orte.
beer and I can't ever sea .he
typewriter. Have I run aw y with
a disc jockey or married Tommy
Manville, abandoning my boob ot
a husband and four squallng chil children?
dren? children? No. In fact I can't seem
to make it to the t.rifiht u?his ot
Allan! a to return rny overdue Ii-
orary Dpoks tessue day ska
wa (who shoulda won the Acade
my. Award, bui didn't) will pre preside
side preside at the opening of a new East
Side restaurant to be named a
Little Bit of Bali. .Tip to talent
scouts: "Song of Norw,ay's' Bar-
bout her). i .Peres?: .The sack
dress. .The recession.
Even a Dame Stops (But not
me): Lena Home wants to star
in UA's all Negro "Othello.".
I don't believe this either, tha
Sharman Douglas long distances
Fred McMahon, a part time wai waiter
ter waiter at a place called ilenafo's
Van Dam, (Bet she could find a
full time waiter if she triett). .
I love the Brussels Restaurant.
. ."What's Happening," an unntib unntib-lished
lished unntib-lished novel by publicist J. Nicha
las Iannuzzl, abou' Greenwich Vil Village,
lage, Village, gives such a vivid picture
of the weird undercurrents there,
that it's hard to believe. (Bti' it's
'rue. A shocker.). .Erika. whose
late hour bistro on uppper Sec Second
ond Second Ave. is such a hi', mide sd
much money she closed to tin
days to spend it. Now reopened
..ah" jimmy typond, my randi.
date for mavnr nf rkiML. :.
reopening hi. Shayey Lee' on
Mulberrv SK Wasn't w Par
ker trying to get tt
l",d wi" thfe helo?. Sieve
' Coehrin anri v,.i.u 'i:. ,Zl
ranos. He s lining up a vTdo se se-ried
ried se-ried for Mae West called jrKlon jrKlon-n'ke
n'ke jrKlon-n'ke Lo" iwpw c- 4
"uiiB won out over "?imvr
lArum song m the battle for Fla Fla-NO
frantic telephone call frnm a
woman in a suburb sent sheriff's
"Ti" ".u"lu e,u
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of the islands, which stretch
north and south for more tMj4
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others are merely coral reefs
or small, rocky land masses 1 1
neither large enough nor with
enough level land to support
any kind of human life.
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via Kingman Hsu. .Add night
club gemus: Laiin Quanir's d
Risman. (Nicest guy, too). .Add
tintal ilartinc- Ml'.mi Ua,.V
"iu gtiima, ...ii.iiii iibatii ..iii-ii
ivut s niiy 1UU19UU, itieAi gent,
Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries
(Pits and all): Never overlook
the fact jhat Roy M. Cohn (a dir dirty
ty dirty word to "linerals," intellec intellectuals
tuals intellectuals and Red rats) is oat of the
mos. powerful figures in New
York ilitics. .Peter Fin-festal,
son of the lhte Secretary ot De Defense,
fense, Defense, at the Roundtable with
Carlotta Noel, lovely and social.
. .Billy Reed's Litlle Cltfb doing
big business . 1 Detcna mi,
big deals, political, business, thl thl-irical
irical thl-irical (and the other kind)' "M0
made over luncheon tables at the
Swaqjk Colony, Restaurant than a
ny where dn earth. Attention Wall
S'reet Journal: Emunuel Lewis
Greene, the top flight barrister
showed.- Wa)' (nd .limp v
Cromwell a thing or twn wli, h'
won Virtually every court fight
.cpscuung me insurgen.,, in me
proxybBttle to take over he Se Seminole
minole Seminole Oil and Gas and Co The
Chancery Court of Delaware can cancelled
celled cancelled the annual stockholders' pro proposed
posed proposed boarl. .Xavier Cugat ca cables
bles cables from Europe that he' bring bringing
ing bringing back jus what his new club,
the Casa Cugat, needs: Money.
Christmas Gift Suggastfans
. ..,; r-ar a ner give a fur
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school childrB t back to over overcrowded
crowded overcrowded classrooms, the Amenc
M pubue has a right to know
What haODened in twn ilnceri rlnni
j Congressional meetings which
neipea im sat sack education in
tne united States.
There have been a Int nf Viparl
lines over the achievements and
laiiures ot the 85th Congress
BUt as far as the Inno ran ro
nisiory oi ine umted states s
concerned, tfce greatest failures
took place in two secret sessions
of the House Education and Labor
Committee, one of which gutted
the school construction bill; the
Other in a Hraisc Spnalp fonfr.rn
ce which killed scholarships from
the science education bill.
Th votes were taken, beiiind
closed doors so the voters vho
elect Congressmen would no
know about them.
they were taken at a time
when a comission of distinguished
American educators had j j u 1 1
come back from Russia to report
amazing progress in R a s s i a r.
First setback for education
Here is what hanpened when the
fcisenhower endorsed school
construcnon on came up mr a
vote in the House r 'uoatioh and
Labor Committee: f very ,Repu
blie;n voted aeainst it.
Elsenhower had endorsed the
bill oply one year before though
he dir) not reoeat th endorsement
this year. Takimr this as their
cue, all Rennbi'cans voted "no"
ven 1 though Ike's Commissioner
of Educat'on was serionslv alarm
ed over Russia's amazing new
Republican Carroll Kearns of
Pennsylvania, a formr schno
teacher was among thos who
voted ','nov.
Another "no" voter. Republican
Harry Haskell of Delaware, haf
fled his colleagues by
that he han heloen to draft a
school aid bill similar to the one
he now orinosed.
Haskell revealed that before his
ejection to ConBres in 195f no hid
worked on the legislation whiVhe
'vs an assistant to Oveta Com
"ohbv, fprmAf Seer e -fa r y of
Hih and Kducat'on.
Souirm'ng uneasily in his chair(
he etolained his current opostinn
on ;th ground rhat t the bill
"nfded more study.",
"How m-ny more hearings do
you, wart?'' murilv inou"-ed De
mocrat- f ee Metcal' of Montana.
"This bill alreadv has received
exhaustive study. It is how so !ate
m tha session that if we senV it
Wck to subcommittee for fnfthf
study, as you sugffest, H will kill
th. chances for action Jt this es es-siod
siod es-siod of Comres. That's w h 1 1
eome pf you fellows realty want,
I fifcgs,
"Look at these voluminous hear
ingsV! Metealf added, waving a
ranscriot containing more than
VOOO nages of tesHmenv taken by
the House committee last year,
Democrats Frank Thomoson of
New Jersey and Stewart UdaH of
Arifona, alto flurs'd cnnUs o' th"
hearings .at Haskell and his GOP
''These arguments about Tuvth
er study' and your charges that
we Democrats are ti-ving to rail
road actio on id schools are
riieers soohistry." Thompson chat
lend-the Reoublieans.
"You are struggling as hard as

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I have ever un nuiu !...-'.
to rationalise an un, 1 able posi posi-Uon.
Uon. posi-Uon. You were for Una bill last
year when President EisenhtMw
said ha u-antarf it N...
trying to wiggle out betuse tin
President is no longer lor it
"But the need for school con.
tructjon is even greater now than
it was last year. The shortaat of
classrooms has increased. 1 ua-nt
to do something about it This is
the President's own bill, bu
a Democrat I am supporting it
to relieve the serious shortage of
"Times have rhanppn1 aM uai-
year, argued Republican Peter
Frehnghuysen of New Jersey.
' "For one thing, we are in a bus-
iuCM icttssion ana tms, Of course,
must be considered in government
spending for schools ro any other
"The fact j that we are ip a re
cession is all the more reason
why we should put through a
school aid bill as fast as possi possible."
ble." possible." shot back Metealf.
"'School construction will mean
more jobs. Schools can be built
rapidly without much of a lag
m planning. Employment will b
helped both in the construction
trades and in inHncirU.
provide the materials (of
On the final vote, all thexRefw thexRefw-bhcans
bhcans thexRefw-bhcans lined uo with two Southern
Democrats Barden of North Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina and Landrum of Georgia
to decree that nothing be done
about crowded classrooms for
American children. 1
Second setback for education
Here is what happened when con conferees
ferees conferees from both Senate and
House met behind closed doors
reconcile their differences over
space-age education.
The Senators -Hill of Alabama
Smith of New Jersey, Allott of
Colorado and Yarborough of Tex Texas
as Texas fought hard to keep free
scholarships in the bill.
"We are only asking for scholar scholarships,
ships, scholarships, even for only $250. So, after
much debate, Hill finally suggest'
ft tO tilt Sonafn nl1ii- "T
take, it out. We're beating our
neaas against a stone wall."
In the end. New Vnrt r.n
Congressman Cwinn rfnH tm
sign the conferees' report on the
ground that he was against all
froms of Federal aid to education.
Gwinn made it plain that ha
didn't like any part of th. hill,
including the scholar f up proposal,
and spent his time spreading pro propaganda
paganda propaganda for his pet lobby, the ultra-right
wing Committee on Con Constitutional
stitutional Constitutional Government. He repeat repeat-edly
edly repeat-edly referred to tht lobby's anti anti-Federal
Federal anti-Federal aid book, written bj
Roger Freeman.
I don't believe I have seen
that book," remarked Hill.
Well, l just happen to have a
few extra copies with me," said
Gwinn. There were broad smiles
as he fished into a briefcase and
produced four copies, handing
them out to Senators Hill, Smith,
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Anott and- YarDorougn.
Note Whil. Gwinn oonoses us-
Ine anv taxnapers' money to hiln
educate the children of the nation,"
h never hesitates to Use It! to
spread his own propaganda. On
one occasion he spent $27,000 of
the taxpayers' money sending out
onh nnfl lutfers aeamst .n uhl't
housing, rent control, and aid to

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doing public relations for Curtis Publishing Company, and Lou Bradley producer of the
TV concern's network show "Today." Coulthard, who left Panama in 19B, of tea Arranges

triiast interviews for Bralev. who has Deen awav trom the isthmus, since im.


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COLON RECRUIT WELCOMED .Lt. Col Jack E. Compton, acting recruiting officer
USArtCARIB, chats with Jose Rafael Beitia and his parents after Jose is sworn into the
United States Army. From left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Luis Beitia, Compton and Jose Ra Rafael
fael Rafael Beitfa The Beitias. who live at 4042 Federico Boyd, Colon are Puerto Rlcan.
i ?! ,: (.U.S. Army Photo.

Second British Trawler Holds




second BriMsK trawler tried to

rap ail IceWhfic gunBoat yester

day,' the UOaa 'uuara saw. ru -eisa Gudmuhdur Gud-

mundsson announced he w ou d

take: yam Ang, -. iceuwnc un

war" to we United Nations.
The Coast Guard said the
trawlejr-Gola Stfeamsermis&ed the
Maria ipa, smallest of Iceland's
patrol Vesselsn a seadutf. InJ a
similar incident, the British
t-awler King; Sol churned stern
first.; jnto the, patrol boat Od i n n
Thursday Aight, 'but caused only
minor damage to the vessel's


paint, the oast guardsaid.
"the .cWain'of the Xing Sol
seems very proud of finally hav
ing struck ah Icelander," o n e
Coast Guard official said. He said
the tfawlerhad tried and missed
once before.
Theeovernment has made no

the Odinn when the Icelandic gun,"

boat"trjed to grapple" with' -it in
an apparent bid to send a board boarding
ing boarding parly aboard the British ves vessel.
sel. vessel. Gudmundsson said, in a Foreign
Ministry announcement, that he
would attend, the opening of the
U.N. General4 Assembly and would
bring up the "fish war.''
"The Geneva Canference on the
Law of the Sea is on the Assem Assembly
bly Assembly agenda and thus the Icelandic
fisheries limits question will be
discussed," the sta'ement said.
It noted that the Law of the Sea

Conferenc ein Geneva failed ';o
reach agreement on the issue ear earlier
lier earlier Ihis year.
"Jt has been and s ill is our

opinion that the General Assembly

should resolve the

which the
could ireach

"It will, therefore, be the

question on

Geneva conference
no agreement," it

fJffi British about the in-1 p,. of joe,and

' SffiaSSz?. i "Assembly, which 's now sbrj to

the King Sol if it ever is caught
away from Royal Navy protection.
The King Sol accepted Icelandic
help three years ago when it ran
a?roind off the southern part of
the island.
"She will stay on the rocks next
ttime," angry Icelandic sailors
In London, anAdmiralty spokes spokesman
man spokesman said the King Sol plowed into

meet, not refer the question to a
special conference but resolve it
itself." rr
Atlanta (upd something
new in disguises has turned iip on
the city's criaoie front.
Police renorted vestrdav dim

using diapers as masks pulled six

noiaups in 10 days.

Navy Moving Ahead
On $1.6 Billion
Shipbuilding Plans

WASHINGTON, Sept. 10 (UPft
Thfc Navy moveiS aheah 4gWjr-

With plans for a $1,600,000,000 rtJls
site-age shipbuilding progf am, n
eluding seven new atomic srfb

marines, but the Pentagon refus

ed to okay four Polsre-firinE subs

authorized bv Con''"f.!'. '.;
The program calls for starting

construction on 78. vessels. The

blueprints include the seven nu nuclear
clear nuclear submarines, nine guided mis mis-si'e
si'e mis-si'e friga'es and five guided mis missile
sile missile destroyers.
However, the Navy disclosed
that defense secretary Neil H. M.
McLeroy has not yet given a gtf-

ahead for the fo'"- misfc'le-Hich-ing
undersea" craft for which Con Congress
gress Congress provided money over Mc Mc-Lerny's
Lerny's Mc-Lerny's ofections.
The defense department con contends
tends contends that deve'opment of the five
atomic powered Polaris subs al

ready authorized should proceed

further hpfore the additional four
are started.

Colon Methodists

To Hold Quarterly
Meeting Saturday

The third quarterly meeting of
the Colon Circuit of th, Methodist

Churches, will be held Saturday at

the recently constructed church e-

difice in Cativa, commencing at
7:30 p.m

All class leaders, assistants lead leaders
ers leaders and other duly-elected church
official will meet to discuss tne
secular business of the Church and

tc formulate plans for the succeed

ing three-month period. Many im important
portant important decisions will be made at

this meeting which will nave xar
reaching effects op the future of
the district.
Preceding the meeting will he
the local preachers forum at ft p.
m., when a select number of men
ami women will delve into the

religous life of the church to arrive

at more effective ways ana means
of diffusing the gospel to the large
Methodist congregation on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. '
These Christian workers who

serve witnout remuneration are

considered the backbone ot Me Methodism,
thodism, Methodism, not only on the Isthmus
but in every part of the world
where the banner of Methodism
Both meetings will be presided
over the Rev. Victor M. Watson,
superintendent of the Colon Cir Circuit.
cuit. Circuit. Society stewards Henry Wil Williams
liams Williams and Leroy Cockburn are urg urging
ing urging all representatives of the va various
rious various churches to attend.
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Teamsters' Counsel
Puzzled About Loan
Unpaid To Unttn


ster Attorney George s. ruzger ruzger-.iri
.iri ruzger-.iri IH vesterdav that he was

baffled at how some Detroit real

estate promoters avoided repaying
a million dollar loan which be

helped them get from a union

welfare luna. r

Fitreerald denied any "intention

. ,. j.. r HA t

or tfnrt to niae a xo,iou ire

he received from the borrowers.
He said he earned the money and
insisted the payment was proper.

But Senate rackets Investigators

Questioned the manner in which

the money was paid and charged

that Teamster officials leit tne
union "holding the bag" by failing
to supervise repayments of the

Fitzgerald wa called for ques questioning
tioning questioning about the 19 loan by the
Michigan conference welfare fund
to the Winchester Development

Co. of Detroit.

The union official conceded he

had some obligation in the matter
but added, "Sometimes you csn't

protect yourself.

He said his $15,750 was part of
a $35,000 legal fee which he said
tie and his,, lawyer associates,

Max Klayman and George Stone,

cot from the promoters.

"I'd like to find .out about this
too," the white-haired attorney
added, denying knowledge of how
the promoters managed to get re

leases to sell their mortgaged
property without paying the union

as required oy tne loan agree


Fitzgerald disputed a forecast

by committee Chairman John L.

McClellan (D-Ark.) that the union
would lose $700,000 on 'he trans

action. However, the, attorney was
unable to estimate how much the

union could recoup on tne 1955

fi? i i

NUMBER NINE Senior MSet. George R. Parks. NCO in

charge, MAT8 laision office, received official notice this week

from 1606 Air Transport Wing, Charleston AFB.. South Caro

lina, of his promotion to the new (trade. Mai. Kenneth W.

Gruber, commander Det. 1, 1608 Air transport Wing, gives his
personal congratulation. Parks is the ninth Airman at Albrook

to oe promoted to tne grade pi senior master sergeant.

(Official USAF Photo).

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TOP PROP-'The largest propeller ever Installed in a ship 4

dwarfs tne workmen riding 11 ai iNewpori news, va. 1 ne j.uoo

pound propeller is 24 feet in diameter,
110-foot, 60,000-ton tanker Sansinena.

Britain Plans h
To Build Own
Nuclear Industry
GENEVA (UPI) India an

nounced yesterday that it olsns

to build its own giant nuclear in in-dus'rv
dus'rv in-dus'rv and use atomic fuel from

Indian uranium mines.

Dr. Homi Bbabha, chief of the

Indian delegation to the world

atoms-for-peace conference, said
India soon would be processing
1,000 tons of uranium ore averag averaging
ing averaging about one tenth of one per
cent of uranium per day. It has
enough to continue at this rate or
better "for decades," he said.
For under-developed nations with
no chance for building their own
atomic plants, Bhabha adviqef
that even imported atomic power
stations were cheaper than con-

vtntional forms of power generators.

On this point, he took Issue with
conference President Francis Per Per-rin
rin Per-rin of France, who said nuclear
power was uneconomical for under-developed
Russian woman scientist A. V.

Koslova told the conference yes yesterday
terday yesterday that blood changes could

be caused by small amounts of
She said, however, that they
may be harmless. At any rate,
they have not halted the large large-scale
scale large-scale use of "tracer" and treat treatment
ment treatment radiation in the Soviet
M. Roche of Venezuela called
the Soviet report "disconcerting"
because Western experiments have

never shown observable eifects

of such small amounts of radia radiation.
tion. radiation. The Russians have consistently
contended since the conference, op opened
ened opened 10 days ago that even tiny
amounts of radiation can cause
biologicalchanges while the U.S.
delegation has persistently disa disagreed.
greed. disagreed. Miss Koslova's report followed
adoptionof an informal resolution
by one group of scientists asking
that they be allowed to meet again
in two or three months to con continue
tinue continue East-West collaboration in
developing the atom for peace peacetime
time peacetime power.

TOKYO (UPI) An American
octor reported today (hat pre preliminary
liminary preliminary results of a survey con conducted
ducted conducted in P.'tadelphia shaved
that 65 out of 86 middle-aged men
who developed lung cancer were
smokers. Dr. David A. Cooper,
of (1520 Spruce St.) Philadelphia,
said the survey was begun in 1951
with 6,000 men over 45 under

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Mri John T. Slattarjr rwent
arrival wu much concerned about
establishing a home in auch strange
surroundings... until an old-timer
gave her some sound and friendly
Kalhy took that advice and want
to Troplcana oa 4th ot July Avenue
where she found everything tor the
home; furniture, homo furnishings
and house-wares all fat oa stare.
Now the was this to say, "t never
dreamed lt would he aa. easy to
furnish a really modern home In so
short time and at ao reasonable a
coat. The consideration and help
which I received from- Troplcana
wore Invaluable ae are their easy
monthly terms which permit John
and I to stay within oar budget".

It was installed in the

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Nagging (UPIV-Nagging and abandonment are the
official grounds on which Arthur
Lemons, 72, is seeking a divorce
from his 68-year-old bride of three
and a half monhs.
But Lemons confided to a Chan Chancery
cery Chancery Court judge the real reason

he filed- the action was because
fiis : wife refused to cook corn

brad or biscuits and served only
canned food.

EVERY CENT HELPED The American Cancer Society re-f
ports that in fiscal 1957. it took in 33 million dollars and spent :
31.6 million. (The extra 1.4 million was added to the Society's j
'KW balance. How contributors' individual dollars were used
on the medical batttefront is shown above. Th 1957 Cancer
Crusade brought in million dollars from the public, the 1
remainder coming from legacies, endowments and other sources



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THE FAMILY BUS Vacation time, a wife and six kids and one' car. What to doT Joseph

Ebacher, an assistant professor at Xavier University n Cincinnati, Ohio, solved that problem.
First, canvas sheet, stretched over poles resting onhe tops of the front seats and the refer
- .Mite provided sleeping space for two children (Jerry, and Jimmy, 2). Then three more
youngsters nestled on a bed underneath (Paul, 10; Corinne, 8, and Tommy, 6). Cecile, 1, held
by Mri. Ebacher, rode in a little chair hooked onto the front seat between her parents. Family
supplies: were strapped to the car top. Ebacher is shown checking his cargo before the start ot

1,000-mile round trip to Salisbury Beach, Mass. (Next year he plans to buy a station wagon.)

die round trip to Salisbury Beach, Mass. (Next year he plans to buy a stat

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New Orleans Service ArrivM
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ejretnjef (he Republic of Panama, was honored yesterday i an iei(0n. Mosaic tiles decorated
afternoon tea given by prominent members of Jewish women a c,nrfi, -if, ij.,. .Vee-laai eas eas-organisations
organisations eas-organisations at the Club Coco del Mar. Highlight of the oc- I' tndi feedlc7alt war. exhfhlt exhfhlt-casion
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Guardia Blllt-Guardia from the National Red Cross of Israel. Presented bv
Mrs. Lily Blumber president of the W.I.Z.O. the decoration j The program at yesterday's tea
recognised Mrs. de de la Guardia's contributions as head of I included musical selections bv

the Panama s national nta uross.

vVeman's Club Entertains sprays Of pink carnations nd il-
At "Welcome Heme" Tea ilusiori, The floral arrangements
The ins. a.iai cem 01 the fail1 were made by Mrs. Pat Morgan,
season if the Balboa Woman's a lifetime member of the club.
Club was a "Welcome Home" Tall white tapers and gleaming
ta given yesterday afternoon at j silver service were placed at
the USO-JWB. 'each end of the serving table.
The serving tables were cover-! Attracting attention at the tea.
td with white lace clothes over which was attended by nearly 100
pink, blending with centerpiece members, prospective members

(Medal Group)
WIRZ STUDIO Fri. Sept. 12th 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Next to R of C Balboa Sat. Sept. 13th 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Clasaea for all ages from 6 years to 19 years old.
With "Aerial Lifts A Flips", "Modern Jazz" & "Boogie
Brakes" along with "Rhythm". "Phrasing" Styling and
"Self Assurance", "Become part of our TV Shows"


Special 24 V2 hour lessons $12.00 including Jamboree Party
Balboa 2-4239
Also group classes and private lessons for adults.
Members of DMA, DEA, and Terpsichoreans of California.

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ad guests, was a table display
ing examples of the handicrafts
which will be offered to the arte
Mr,, Neltree Smith, vocalist, and
Mrs. Audrey Kincaid, pianist.
Preceding the tea was a brief
business meeiing, at which Mrs
Agnes tiearon was named to
serve as president, succeeding
Mrs. Uona Saarinen. Other new
officers are, Mrs. Mary Ruppel,
first vice president; Mrs. Ruth
Bourgeois, second vice president;
Mrs. H. H. Fahrubel, recording
secretary; Mrs. Leland Brook, as as-sistant
sistant as-sistant recording secretary; Mra,
James E. Snidgrass, correspond
ing secretary; Mrs. G. 0. Park Parker,
er, Parker, assistant corresponding secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Mrs. V. E. Williams, trea
surer; Mrs. Stewart P. Trail, at at-sistant
sistant at-sistant treasurer; Mrs. Lawrence
Adler, nominator.
Wesfinghouse Has
Sun-Powered Plant
For Moon Spacemen
WASHINGTON (UPI)-Westing-house
scientists announced devel development
opment development yesterday of a p wt-r
plant utilizing the sun's rays which
some day may enable man to
exist on the airless, cheerless sur surface
face surface of the moon.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. sci scientists,
entists, scientists, here to discuss the revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary new power system with
defense officials, unveiled a work working
ing working model of the lightweight plant.
It utilizes wire mesh and thin
sheets of plastic similar to those
used to wrap vegetables in super supermarkets.
markets. supermarkets. Spread over several
acres, the structure would produce
electricity by capturing the sun's
rays in the n?ar vacuuni condi conditions
tions conditions on the moon.
I Dr. Peter Castruccio, 33, one of
the chief designers of the model,
said defense planners were "ve,ry
interested" in the power plant.
He said it might well permit
future colonizers of the moon to
produce their own water, fuel,
oxygen and other materials needed
to survive on the siHMte.
The scientist explained that plas plastic
tic plastic shee's coated with a special
chemical to make them sensitive
to light could be stretched across
acres of the moon's surface. Alter Alternating
nating Alternating with the plastic sheets
would be screens of wire mesh.
"As the rays of the sun strike
the plastic sheet'," Casuccio
said, "the chemically treated sur surface
face surface will emit electrons, which,
in turn, will be collected by the
wire mesh.
"This process creates sn elec electric
tric electric voyage which will exist as
long as the sun shines on the Sur
face, which would be called an
'electron farm'," he said.
Castruccio said a single power
s'alion could operate only two
weeks of a month because on the
moon 14 days are followed by 14
niH's. Ru' h vM-' pm; of
"electron farms" around the moon
could produce a continual souce
of electricity.
He estimated it would take two
pounds of material to produce one
kilowatt of eleetrici y. An acre of
plastic and metal mesh could pro produce
duce produce about lOO kilowa'ts at a
cost of about $3.50 a kilowatt.
The sys'em would be vvy ex expensive
pensive expensive to operate on earth, Cas
truecio said, because it requires
virtual vacuum conditions.

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ISTHMIAN'S ONLY OPPORTUNITY this season to hear the
distinguished Panamanian violinist Alfredo St. Malo as soloist
will be .tomorrow evening at the National Theater. St. Malo
is returning on Sunday to Austin, Texas, where he is under
special contract. Maestro Walter Myers, wartime director of
the Panama Symphony, will be on the podium as conductor
of the symphony. The program will include Brahms' Tragic
Overture, Beethoven's Concerto in D. Major, Hoist's Suite in
orchestra and box seats have been reserved at $2. but others
E Flat and two numbers bv Saint-Saens. Number of both
are available for the performance starting at 8:30. The thea theater
ter theater box office opens two hours and a half earlier. Reserva Reservations
tions Reservations may be secured through the Department of Fine Arts.
Panama 2-0258.

Greek Lesson
1 First Greek
6 Third Greek
11 Father or
13 Western
cattle shows
14 Corrects
It Everlasting
It Short-napped
IT Help
It Seventh
Greek letter
20 Notched
24 Biblical name
27 Guarantees
31 Separated
32 Continued
33 Shrink
35 Shave the
head (dial.)
36 Stupors
38 Rate of motion
3D County in
New York
41 Fairy fort
44 River In
45 Seventeenth
Greek latter
4t Dress
tl Armed forces
54 Peruser
55 Prattles
5t Challenges
57 Greek
1 Three-bandtd
2 Tibetan priest
3 President
4 Chicken
5 Too
t Obtained
7 Truit drink
I Simple
9 Mountain
10 Bewildered
12 Former
Russian ruler
IS Fortifications
It Anger
20 Asiatic
21 Lure
22 African fly
23 Greece is a
part of
24 JUale deer
25 Mlmlekar
2f Jewish term
of reproach

Head For The Sun, Dad..
The Snow's Too Deep For Me

NEW YORK, (UPI) Veteran
realtor John C. Tysen is convinced
the world is "chasing the sun."
"Take a look at the moving pat patterns
terns patterns of families in the last few
years," said Tysen. "They're
going from north- to- south. .
from New England to Florida. .
from Minnesota and the Dakotas
to California and Arizona. .even
toy the Mediterranean coast and
Africa. Industry is doing the
saW It seems to me the whole
world is chasing the sun."
Tysen in the real estate busi business
ness business for 22 years, gives two basic
reasons for the population shit' shit'-health
health shit'-health and money.
"World War II put a lot of peo people
ple people in training;" he explained.
"Military men got used to sun sunshine.
shine. sunshine. .most camps were qin
wm climates. They went back
when they got the war over witn.
Or wives joined their husbands
and found how wonderful it is to
have children go through a winter
without wet feet and those gnastty
snow suits. .
"Families found how much
money is saved when liey ave
no bills for heating, no basement
is needed, less c'otning to v-ny.
"There hat become an almost
absolute worship of the god sun.
And to think that 50 years aga,
a woman wouldn't be caugnt out
without her parasol."
Tysen keeps tabs on moving
trends through Previews, an in international
ternational international clearing house for
renl est 'lo. l!" '' is : r
sirient since 1950. Through the
years, 'he unique organization has
aold everything from rotUues in
the suburbs to castles on the

Answer to Previous Puzzle

28 Russian hemp
2t Relaxation
30 Winter vehicle
34 Loaner
37 The Aegean
f- lies
Greece and
Asia Minor
40 Fillip
41 Rendered fat
of swint
42 Genus of
43 Asterisk
45 Ceremony
4t Foot part
47 Greek
48 Fish
tg Legal point
52 Railroads
53 Entangle
Rhine. Currently, Tysen is trying
to get ria o a Ik(..' oic 600.OU1
acre ranch at Elko, Nev. It is the
most expensive individual Drooer-
ty he ever has listed available
lor 3 million dollars.
In an interview, the realtor said
the prospective home owner can
find good buys in almost anv nart
of the coontry if he looks long
enough. But readily available and
classed as "besi values" are prop properties
erties properties in northern parts of the
unned Mates.
"Or. in Spain." he a H H
"Spain has Ihe great bargains of
me century, Decause it is 50 to
iw years behind the rest of
Tysen hin'ed it's a wise family
which invests in a Drnnertv in th
north and c.-" wn' n;- vjIiu.
to increase. He evniainari kt
estate preferences, like fkin.
- -t w
tastes, run in rvclis.
In another deoH nr n nun.
pie will get fed up wilh the arid
and the hot. . They will rtmem rtmem-ber
ber rtmem-ber and long for the lush greens,"
he said. "The Nan,
house will become popular again.
v,.ug OMUUV Mil
older property. You can build any any-thing
thing any-thing you want In the way of a
new house, but you can't produce
100 year-old oak to go with it."
BONN, Germany (UPI) The
new West German army, at about
the half way poin' in its forma
tion, begins its first real maneuv maneuvers
ers maneuvers tomorrow. Ahm-t ?ft.(M)ii ne"
and more than 15,000 vehicles will
take to the field for the exercise.
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MaJ. Gen Julian L. Schley, for former
mer former govtrnor of The Panama

Canal and member of toe Pana Panama
ma Panama Canl Comnanv's board of di
rectors, and two retired Cansl
employes are among the passen passengers
gers passengers aboard the Panama liner
Cristobal which sailed for New
York yesterday.
The former employes arc Ed Edward
ward Edward E. Eder, who retired this
month as Housewares supp'y ut
firer In the Cnmmissarv Division.
and William E. Hughes orgeant
in the Police Division until h.s
retiremnet this month. Ed'f is
accompanied by his wife and
Hughes is traveling with bis wife
and daughter.
Peiicneitri hnnkert for Ha'.M are
Bene M. Darsen, and Lester and
John Frank.
The comnlete advance passenger
list for New York follows:
Mrs. Sally F. Allen;, Miss
Boyle; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
W. Chambers; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ed-urorH
urorH Ed-urorH a f'nv .Ttnhth Ounran-
Mr. and Mrs.' Edward E. Eder;
Mr .nri Mrs Alhert H Evans:
Mr. and Mrs William O Felton;
Mr and Mrs. Alvarado fionzaiez:
Mr. and Mrs. F. Harris; Mr. and
Mrs William F. Hnehes: Mr and
Mrs Floyd Johnson; Mt. and
Mrs. Nils w. Johnson; and car car-roll
roll car-roll E. Kocher, Jr.
Mrs. Elizabeth C. Leroy; Frank
H. l .err hen Jr.: Miss Judith R.
Lindsay; Mr. and Mrs Lionel L
MacPherson; Mrs. Helen Mc-Kenum-
Knt T. Menzel Jr.: Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence E. Norrie;
James J, O'Donnell, Mr. Joseph
Schley; Mr. and Mrs. J. Bartley
Smith and daughter John H
Smith; Robert' E. Strumpf; Miss
Helen E. Thomas: Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin C. Tompkins; Mr and
Mrs. Irvng Truoow; ana Ricnara
W. Wright.
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Opening lead 4
Raymond Balfe of New York
was one of the two or three bist
action bridge players in the world
some 35 years ago. Recently he
has been playing a lot of contract
at the Regency Club in Mew Yom.
While his bidding is not fully ad
justed to modern complicationsj
his dummy play is still a thing o
If vou are inclined to disagree,
take a look at the North and
South hands and the bidding only
and see how you would go abo it
making the doubled slam contract
Mr. Balfe's play was based on
the assumDtion that West had the
ace of diamonds and at least four
soades for his double. If he also
held all thP missing hearts there
would be no play so that possiDtiuy
was ignored.
Rav ruffed the opening club lead
and led a trump to dummy's ace.
Both opponents followed whereu
pon Ray proceeded to lead out
every one of his trumps. His first
discard from dummy was a spaae.
The last four were three diamonds
and the last club.
West had to throw all his clubs
and blank the ace of diamonds to
hang on to four spades. Now all
Ray had to do was to lead a low
diamond from his hand and esta
lish his king of diamonds as the
twelfth trick.
Q The bidding has been:
Mt South Waal IMnrlh
1 IV Pass 2 N.T.
Pass 3 4 pMS 3 N T.
Pass ?
You, South, hold:
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What do you do?
Pass. You have already
shown thai yew prefer a milt
tan tract.
West doubles and North and
last pass. What do you do now?
Answer Tomorrow
rHP'.RROURG. Prance (UP1)
th U.S. itnmie submarine Skate
left Cherbourg today for an un-
disclosed destination after a four four-day
day four-day visit to France.
Xour ekln hat millions of pore
where firnia hide, causing itch, pain,
peeling-, tcne, bltckheede, ringworm,
eto. Ordinary rtmeilU only give mo momentary
mentary momentary relief because they don't kilt
the ai mi that are the real came of
ao many ekln troubles. Nlxoderm
kill t hi" germa and makea your akin
nmootlier, clearer, softer and more
attractive. Ask for Nlxederm at your
drugstore today, and get rid of the
real cauae of your akin troubles.

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DORESE WATTES (left foreground) at a class at the an annual
nual annual convention of the Dance Masters of America Inc., whlcli
she attended In New York during her recent vacation. Miss
Waites who conducts dancing classes for children on the Canal
Zone, also took an extensive course in ballroom dancing for
children '.

HI'Ys, Strangarl
Welcome to the almost-Autura
end of "New York Is a Summer
Festival" probacy the nicest
end from a sightseer's viewpoint
because the weather is taking on
a briskness and the stars of the
Broadway hit shows are back
from their vacations ana me
cafes are beginning to present the
most serins diverstisement ihey
can afford.
Glamor girls and society belles
ere back from the beaches and
turning up at Pavilion and the
Colony and other centers of chic,
all in previews of the iaU styles
so you can make up your mind
which hemline you like on which
headliner. Some of the movie are
better than ever, too; "The Reluc
tant Debutante" contains many a
laueh dIus a bravura slapsUok
performance by Kay Kendall,
"Gigi is not to he missed) uui
get your tickets in advanced and
the town's flicker connoisseurs
seem to be enjoying B r i g i 1 1 e
Bardot's latest effort (altiiousn
she really doesn't make it look
like much of an effort lor ner),
"La Parisienne."
You'll siave absolutely no pro-.
blem finding places .to go.
Be sure to catch what every
other visitor does the United
Nations building, the Planetarium
the Metropolitan Museum and the
Fifth Ave, shop windows but
don't fore-jet to do a little offbeat
meandering, too. Stroll the Wall
Street section at night, when it'3
deserted, stand outside Trinity
Churchyard at 8:45 some morning
and watch all the snappy-lonklng
Kitty Foyles heading for thtir o! o!-fices,
fices, o!-fices, a sight nt duplicated any anywhere
where anywhere else in e world.
If you've already caught eur
"old" skyscrepars, do some
rubbernecking en the East Side
in the forties and fifties. Yoj'II
set seme brand new dreams in
glass and brick and concrete
and chromium.
Naturally you'll want to discov discover
er discover some new plaots what trip tripper
per tripper doesn't We Kp' getting
new ones, and comiig across old
ones that are new to us. all the
If you're in the mood for exotie
atmosphere, try the African Room
on 3rd Ave., where the operative
pun is "Real Ghana, man!" and
the bongos never stop. This diin diin-lit
lit diin-lit haunt has played host to such
contrasting types as Thornton
Wilder and Tab Hunter, Alistairo
Cook and Sally Balir, Jose- Ferrer
and Gary Crosby, and it dr"s
constitute something to tell the
folks back home.
Interested in voodoo but can't
quite make it to Haiti? Sunday
afternoon voodoo cult meetings
are held at thP Port d'Afrique, a
Greenwich Villag coffee house at
310 E. 6th St. Just take a ,ew
steps down from the street and
modern Manhattan seems a world
away. You're in a cafe with wood
en screens and tinkling beaded
curtains, and waiters dressed as
West African natives plod quietly
across the soft carpets passing
out strange teas and coffees md
unusual delicacies while authentic
music plays in the background.
Eor a complete change and a
great steak you might try Dan Danny's
ny's Danny's Hideaway, which started as
a modest little restaurant provld
ing a cozy haven for newspaper


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men workine in the East fnrtiaa
and in just a few years expand expanded
ed expanded into a much bigger place with
a clientele that embraced most of
show business as well as the
tourth Estate. Try the lobster.
Per beef-eating on the West
Side of town, in a location handy
to the theatres, there's the
aiindletop, whose owner, Joe
arsh, reises his own Black
Angus cttle. Depending on the
six. Of your appetite, you can
order a cut dubbed 7'Junlor"
U ounces) or the her tier "Sen.
lor" (22 ounces). Let the waiter
know you're on your way to a
play end he'll make euro you
don't linger too long over the
If VOU vearn tn the entai
led "beat generation" in action
and it's rather harmless action
including checkers, chess and
dart games drop into the Col Col-ledee
ledee Col-ledee of CnmnUvAc nn w inth kt
Bring along your favorite stude
of chalk if you are an urgent men men-sag.,
sag., men-sag., you want to impart to the
worm; we nangout features black blackboard
board blackboard walls and the scribhiinge
usually are mnrn fimnv thin
Freudian. An actor named Peter
Buchan mass the kitchen, turning
out hamburgers with a secret in.
gredient that hta everyone gues guessing
sing guessing and eating hamburgers.
You'Jl nrohahlv he ahla tn hei
the sound in your soundproofed
hotel room, but in ease vnn rin't
Count Basie's back at Birdland
and it s a great sound. Of course,
you've listened to his records, but
if VOU haven't ever felt the imnaot
of that swinging group in a dim,
low-cemngeo room, go try it. it s
a thrill. You might call it the
nignest Kino ot n in tne world.
If you can't do without spnon
bread, corn bread, hominy griis
and similar Dixieland ennriiae via.
it Miss Lottie's Dogwood Room
doesn('t that nam eikll you)
at the Hotel Blackstone. Miss Lot Lottie
tie Lottie will see to it that you polish
off a heaping platter of Southern
frid chicken apd then she'll really
fix your waistline by giving you
hot cnerry cobblers for dessert.
Nice to have had you here,
Stranger. Don't be a stranger any
You should be as careful of the
furnishinfis in a public lounge as
you are of those in a private
home. Don't flick ashes on th
carpet, toss papers at a waste
basket, leave magazine in an
untidy pile, or let young children
I climb on the furniture.
To be careless with things iut
because they don't belong to yon
shows lack of breeding.
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CRISTOBAL WOMEN'S CLUB member display battM painted and decorated under the direction of Arthur M. MoKray, an
second class in batea work, with MoKray as instructor, atartinr tomorrow evening at 7:30 and continuing for six weeks. Persons
beautiful artifacts of the Panama Code Indian culture may contact the club president, Mrs. Marion Greene at 1,-2608.

Sociai and
ttservarions Per Trip
fo Colon Cloie Friday
Members of the Naval nd
Ouarry Heighla Officers' Wives
Club are reminded that Friday is

Pakistains Go Overboard
For High Powered Bingo

KARACHI (UPD-Traditiqnally
economical Pakistanis have, fallen
hard for a jazzed-up version of
The game known here as tombola-has
been made aUract've
with the addition of a few promo-

money. As such, it is packing the
playing houses.
a Tha itatachi. Railway Ins Hute,
sthe most successful sponsor
the gmet draws more than l.aoo
persons twice weekly 1 to its ses sessions.
sions. sessions.
The British Tommies introduced
the game te the Indian subconti subcontinent
nent subcontinent as housie housie. It never
caught on in Pakistan until he
government ou'lawed organized
public gambling.
The law didn't apply to tombola
when sponsored by clubs and re restricted
stricted restricted to club members. The
game soon flourished in o a legal legalized
ized legalized sport spbnsored by a number
Red China Diplomat
Is Relieved Of
Yugoslavian Post
LONDON, Sept. 11 (UPI) -Red
China has "relieved of his pos.'
its ambassador .o Yugoslavia. Wu
Hsiu-Chuan, the New China News
Agency said today.
The brief announcement said:
"Mao Tse-Tung, chairman of the
People's Republic of China, has

relieved wu usiu-unuan oi me
post of ambassador extraordinary
and plenipotentiary of the Peo People's
ple's People's Republic of Chinato the fed federal
eral federal People's Republic of Yugos Yugoslavia,"
lavia," Yugoslavia," The terse announcement gave
no reason for the Ambassador's
It also gave no indication as
to whether he would be replaced.
But in London diplomatic sourc sources
es sources reported that Red China has
been urging the severance of
Communist bloc relations wi h
"heretic" Yugoslavia.
It was the Peiping regime
'Which led the new attack on Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Ti'.o's "revisinism" in March
this year.
The Kremlin fallowed and sup supported
ported supported the Peiping lead, but dip diploma
loma diploma 1c sources said the soviet
Union was reluctant to revert to
the Stalin s ra egy which result resulted
ed resulted in a complete diplomatic
break between Yugoslavia and the
Communist bloc in 1948.
CAIRO (UPI) -The first Brit British
ish British Overseas Airways plane to
land at Cairo since te l5o Suez
crisis set nw record. A BOAC
Comet IV jet made a test flig.u
from Imdon in four hours, 45
It was the first BOAC to larsl
at Cairo Airport since a ban on
the government owned airline's
flights was imoosed in October,
1S56. The United Arab republic
permitied BOAC special exemp exemption
tion exemption from the ban for the first
leg of a proving flight from Lon London
don London to Bombay and Hong Kong.
LONDON UPIO -The whok of
Brilain'i thermonuclear project
will he transferred from Harwell
to a new center at Winfrith
Healh, too miles away, the Atom Atomic
ic Atomic Energy Authority has announc announced.
ed. announced. The change over will be
completed during 1961-63.


the deadline for' reservations or
cancellations for the trip to Co Colon
lon Colon Tuesday. Mrs. C. Hotfer, Na Navy
vy Navy 3665, is the reservations chair chairman.
man. chairman. if clubs, like the Railway lnsti
On Thursday and Sunday maWs,
automobiles, motorcycle r i c k k-shaws
shaws k-shaws and horse-drawn carriages
stream into the institute's com compounds.
pounds. compounds. There, on ihe tennis
court, approxima'ely 1.500 mem members
bers members gather, sit and scratch out
numbers on 'heir cards and hold
their, breath for. the,. prized
Tombola's main attractions are
the promotional "snowball" and
"silver oool" numbers on its pro program.
gram. program. The "snowball" offers an
accumulated prize of nearly $300
to the winner within a I'd
nrnoun' of numbers called. The
"silver pool" offers four prizes of
$150. $100, $75 and $50.
On any one night, prizes given
away total $1,200.
At eight pit's pv card, the
orospective returns are attractive
enough to keep tb Kar
achites coming back week after
week, t ike most "ambler, '""i
bola players have pet supersti superstitions.
tions. superstitions. A Pakistani woman well
known for her luck always wears
her sis'er's dress to a session.
Some players believe in wri ing
the names of dead relatives or
friends on the backs of their
cards. Others borrow mascots or
steal them where they can be because
cause because that is supposed to brinj
more Iuck.
Wha'ever the luck of members,
the Railway Institute continues i"
net a comfortable profit. Despite
competition from 15 tombola clubs
which have sprouted all over Ka
rachi, the institute tKes in a
gross of $3,600 weekly and is now
planning to expand its tennis-tombola
Actors Borgine's
Wife Su prised
He'll Wed Mexican
Ernest Borgnine's ex-wife, who
had hopes ot a reconciliation, was
"stunned" today at reports that he
plans to marry fiery Mexican
ac'ress Katy Jurado south of the
border in a few days.
Borgnine and Miss Jurado ar
rived by car in Guadalajara, Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, yesterday and Mexico nty
newspapers ouoted the ac ress's
family as saying the couple would
be married tomorrow in her
hoT" at Cuernavaca.
"F.rnie always used to say he
couldn't understand actors who fell
for girls they made love to in
the movies and now it's hap happened
pened happened to him," said Mrs. Rhoda
Borgnine, 34, who divorced the
i Oscar-winning star only two weeks
Jtumors of a romance between
Borgnine and Miss Jurado began
recently after what the 42-year-old
actor described as "a real torrid
love scene in 'The Badlanders'."
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lash notice for Inclusion in thin
column should submitrsd M
tvawrittn form and mailed 00
the boa number lists dally in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
bv bsid to the office. Notices at
meetings cannot be accented by
Sports Car Club Meeting
The meeting of the Isthmian
Sports Car Club originally sched scheduled
uled scheduled lor tomorrow night has been
postponed till the following Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Sept. 19. Time and place
will be announced later.
&d 'WU Say,..
With married students no lor.g
er a rarity on college campuses
..rv. s a problem that must arise
fairly often.
A mother writes: "Mv dauuh
Iter, who finished her freshman
year in college, is engaged to a
ooy she met at school who will al
so be a sophomore this fall.
"My daughter tells me that
they want to be married and fig figure
ure figure they could manage it it we
increased her allowance and tne
boy's parents in 'eased his.
"He has alrea talked it over
with his parents and they said it
was up to us. If we were willinr
to pay half o; the young couple's
living expenses, they would pay
"My husband and I hav talk talked
ed talked it over and we aren't sure
whether we should agree to the
plan or whether we should teM
our daughter they will have to
wait to marry until they can sup support
port support themselves. We would luc
your opinion on this question."
I Can't give an opinion on this
matter as it affects your daugh
ter because I don't know either
the girl, the young man or sith
er set of parents. Such a plan
might work out well for one young
couple and give another young
couple the idea that their paren.s
w'll always be there to fall b.ick
This is a "matter the six of you
will have to decide for your
selves. But I will say this I don't
think you have any responsibility
for subsidizing a marriage .ip
between two young people who
have three years of schooling still
ahead of them.
Having to wait a while to be
married never hurt any young
couplo who are really in love
And a marriage, supported by
parents, isn t really a complete
It is a marriage that doesn't
demand much responsibility of ihe
young couple. A few years of hav hav-Inc
Inc hav-Inc a marriage without responsi
bility might not b the best prep
sration for the yeirs ahead when
responsibilities will be great.
After consideration you may ae
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will work out all 'right. If you do,
that's fine. But at least these are
points that should be considered.
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Kignt alter dinner on rnaay
night Betty got a telephone call.
After completing it, she re'urn
edto the living room, turned oft
thf sound of the TV movie her
parents were watching and said,
"Joan says she can't have the
erowd at her house tomorrow
night because her grandparents
are coming. I can have the kidsH
here, can t I
Hot father said. "I think that
Mother has planned something her
stlf for tomorrow night."
Her mother said, Yes, dear.
I've invited the Brownei for din
ner and bridge."
Betty said coldly, "Does that
mean I can't have my friends o
"It does," her father said amia
Therft was a tense pause. Then
Betty exploded.
Gosh, I'll be
glad when I have a place of my
own!" she criedi "Will I be gl.c
when I can have kids In when I
want them instead of asking your
Which was exactly how an 18
year-old person should feel.
In adolescence the young have have-to
to have-to begin to rebel against the dis
advantages of living with us in
order to seek the advantages of
living without us.
If we understand this, we don't
feel obliged to soften all the dis disadvantages
advantages disadvantages but can sustain their
rebellion without hurt or apology.
Parents who feel it necessary
to grant all adolescent demands
deny children opportunities to feel
their rebellion is justified.
They're less generous than they
thinkthe y are. By always sub
mitting to demands for the living
room, the car, the extra $10, such
parents retain their reputation for
"kindness" at a high cost to their
For what happens Is that Betty
and Hank lose their conviction
that they have a right to fight
them and begin to reproach them
selves for wanting to take leav
selves for wanting to take leave
of such wonderful parents.
No young person can cut his
childhood tits to us without strn"
gle. By making Betty's life with
us too comfortable, we delay the
So we are truly generous when
we expose her to the realistic dis-


authority on ancient Indian
interested in joining the group
advantages of dependence on us
and accept her rebellion against
them as good for everyone,
Testimonial Party
Honors Weslerman
For UN Services
Some 300 persons last night at
tended a party in honor of Unit United
ed United Nations delegate George W.
Westerman at El Cocal garden
in Juan Diaz.
The party was organized by a
group of Panamanian women head headed
ed headed by Miss Flor Maria Anderson
as a public tribute to Weslerman
for his appointment as one of Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's delegates to the United
Nations General Assembly for the
third consecutive year.
xjiis is wu aei ui Minute jus justice
tice justice by President Guardia
in recognition of -the .outstanding
personal merits and long record
of patriotic service of a son of
the common people," Miss Ander
son told the gathering.
Jn acknowledging the tribute
Westerman emphasized that ail
Panamanians have equal rights
and obligations and the nation.!
patrimony belongs to no special
group "whether the group is coin
prised of affluent or the underpri
viiegeci class.
"In any democratic government
all cilv.ens should have inst nar
ticipation in accordance with heir
morals, their capacitv, their intel
ligence and their preparation,"
Westerman added.
Assemblyman Victor Navas, for former
mer former Minister of Agriculture and
Commerce who was the only oth other
er other speaker at the function, osberv
ed that Westerman's selection as
one of the Panama delegates "is
well merited and well applauded
by Panamanians in all social anu
political classes."
CALCUTTA. Indian (UPI) Col
lege shirienls tov defied "o
lice for the second day by stag staging
ing staging a massive sit-down strike in
Calcutta's F'pbnrie S(reet. Po
lice arrested about 100 studen's
Mondv night for obstructing r:if r:if-fic.
fic. r:if-fic. The students are protesting
increased tuition fees.

lore. The club will sponsor a
to learn how to reproduce these

Wife Gave Tipotf
On Kidnap Murderer
Who Raped Sleno
Authorities said today the wife of
Fbvd J. Robe-Uon Jr. supplied
the tip that led to his arrest for
the kidna p-slaying of pretty, 18-year-old
Marjorie Schneider.
The 23-year old father of three
signed a 500 word confession ad admitting
mitting admitting he abducted, raped and
shot the young blonde stenograph stenographer
er stenographer because "1 couldn't stand to
see someone have a good time."
Shpriff Riv SLehpprpr sairi Dar-
lenp Robertson. 22 suonlied the
report that led to her husband's
arrest early Monday.
Robertson terrified his own fam
ily with a rifle just a few hours
be.ore the kidnaping of "the
Schneider girl early Sunday from
a car parked in a lovers' lane
west of here. He used the same
gun to shot her three times in
the head.
Robertfon said "it al! started"
when he stormed out of his home
after an argument wilh his wife,
which ended when he took his
rifle and shot two family pictures
off the wall.
He said he stopped for a "cou "couple
ple "couple if swallows of whisky," had a
bowl of chili and some beer, and
drove around aimlessly until, he
spoiled the parked cair. In it were
Miss Schneider, her boyfriend,
Ellswor'.h E. Farnik, 21, and an another
other another Fort Collins couple.
He said he started shooting at
the car with the rifle as the two
couples huddled on the floor. Alt Alter
er Alter taking their billfolds, he said
hp ordered "the bonde one" to
come with him.
The repairman then said he or ordered
dered ordered the girl to drive about 30
miles up into Poudre Canyon and
stopped when the car had a flat.
"I ordered her to strip and Hd
her what I was going to do," he
said. "We had relations."
Robertson said when he stepped
nut of thp ear to fix thp flal lire.
the girl began running down the
road. He said he ca'led to her
to stop and then picked up his
rifle and fijred. (
"I am an expert shot and when
1 fire a gun 1 hit what I a"n .ii
he said in the written confession.


A COUPLE OF QUEENS Miss America 1959, Mary Ann
Mobley, of Brandon, Miss., smiles and wonders what her istJr
Sandra, 12, is doing with her crown, sceptre and mink stole
during a news conference in New York. Miss Mobley hopes tin
use her $10,000 scholarship for postgraduate study in music
drama and the dance.

Debbie Still In Love With Eddie,
But They Separate; Rumors Flying

Debbie Reynolds says she stiil
is very much in love with her hus husband,
band, husband, Eddie Fisher, despite their
decision to separate.
"I'm still very much in love
with Eddie," the petite 27-year-old
actress said yesterday short shortly
ly shortly after announcing jointly wilh
her husband that they were sepa separating.
rating. separating. Conferring for hours with then then-attorneys,
attorneys, then-attorneys, the couple emerged
with a brief, bleak statement that
the marriage Hollywood once Tou Tou-sidered
sidered Tou-sidered the "ideal" wedding of
"the young couple next door" was
"A separation exists between
Debbie and Eddie," the statment
reported. "No further action is ite-
ing taken at this time."
Did they plan to get a divorce?
Wnat was the cause of their trou troubleElizabeth
bleElizabeth troubleElizabeth Taylor
These and other questions like
them designed to let the woild
peek into the private life of fa famous
mous famous couplp went unanswered. At
least for the present.
Friends said Debbie went to
Palm Spring,. Eddie was reported
staying with a iriend in Holly
wood, and Elizabeth wasn't at her
rented Bel Air home.
Returning to her West Los An An-geles
geles An-geles home after the separation
announcement, Miss Reynolds told
oilers she had nothing to add
thiHitet a!incTBrit:- Thelfiil
she said she still loved Eddie.
'i speculation continued as to
what caused the break up of the
couple's marriage which began
Sept. 26, 1955, at Grossinger, N.
Y., with vows that they would have
six children and "never be apart."
Gossips wondered if Miss Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, lovely widow of flamboyant
Mike Todd, wasn't the third sido
of a marital triangle when Fisher
squired her around New York
night clubs.
"Stupid. .garbage." Those were
the terms the raven-hairtd actress
used to brush off newsmen who
asked if she were falling in love
with Fisher.
But friends said the actress did
not feel her dates with Fisher had
anything to do with the dispute
between Eddie and Miss Reynolds
Wilbur (UPD-Wilbur Hopper, 40, of Huntington
Woods, Mich., complained to po police
lice police a parking meter rammed his
Skeptical officers followed Hop Hopper
per Hopper lo the scene and discovered
the meler had come loose from
the pavement and fallen onto the
car, slightly damaging the front.
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because "they have been get getting
ting getting along."
Miss Taylor was quoted as say saying:
ing: saying: "I don't feel that, I've taken Ed
die away from Debbie because they
weren't getting along anyway."
Boyish-faced Eddie, 30, denied
that he was in love with Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth or that she was in lova witk
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Yankees, Braves Win
uce Magic S umbers
Flyers Crush
Clayton Five
Bob Friend Gains Charmed
20- Game Circle; Hec Lopez
Homer Wins For Athletics J Reeder Gym


To Red

NEW YORK, Sept. 11
numbers" were five for the
the Braves and 20 for Bob

Rnr th Yanks and Braves
each took a step closer toward'
their respective pennants lasi
night, but the hard-working
Friend managed the biggest
step of all when he became
Pittsburgh's first 20-game win winner
ner winner since Murry Dickson in
Friend posted his 20th tri triumph
umph triumph against 13 losses by de de-fee
fee de-fee ting the San Francisco Gi Giants,
ants, Giants, 6-4, in 10 innings.
Before the game started, Pi Pirate
rate Pirate first baseman Dick Stuart
Tlnwfntlv nosteri a slen on
Friend's locker bearing thej
number 20.
"You shouldn't have done it,"
ITiend said, fearing a jinx.
"Don't worry," Stuart said.
"I'm gonna hit a couple for you
tonight." I
Stuart hit only one homer, his
15th, but it was a two-run wal-
lop off Marv Grissom in the
10th that put Friend in the
charmed circle.
The Braves reduced their
pennant-clinching combina combination
tion combination to eight when Juan Piza Pizarro
rro Pizarro beat the Redlegs, 3-0. The
Cardinals turned back the
Cubs, 3-1, and the Phillies won
their first home season leries
from the Dodgers in 20 years
with an 8-6 decision.
In the American League, the
Yankees whittled their magic
number down to five by beating
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(UPI) The "magic
Yankees today, eight for
Friend of the Pirates.

the Indians, 8-3. Kaansas City
clipped Baltimore, 4-2; the
White Sox stopped the Red Sox,
7-2, and Washington nipped
Detroit, 5-4.
Pizarro struck out eight and
held the Redlegs to three hits
in registering his sixth victory.
He also drove In one of Milwau Milwaukee's
kee's Milwaukee's runs against loser Bob
Purkey and scored another to
help the Braves maintain their
N.L. lead to 6V2 games. Purkey
yielded nine hits in seven in innings
nings innings as he suffered his 10th
loss against 16 wins.
A five-run third inning rally
at the expense of Don Drysdale
paved the way for Robin Rob Roberts'
erts' Roberts' 15th victory although he
needed relief aid from rookie
Ron Erickson in the ninth. Rob Roberts
erts Roberts contributed a two-run sin sin-Kle
Kle sin-Kle during the third inning ral rally
ly rally that gave the Phils a 6-4
edge In their home series with
the Dodgers with one game to
Frank Howard, former Ohio
State basketball star and $80 $80-000
000 $80-000 bonus baby, marked his ma major
jor major league debut with a two-run
homer off Roberts. Carl Furillo
also homered.
A four-hit pitching effort by
Wllmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizeli
gave the Cards their triumph
over the Cubs. St. Louis capital capitalized
ized capitalized on errors by Jim Bolger and
Carl Neeman to score the two
decisive runs in the fifth inning
off loser Taylor Phillips. It was
Mlzell's 10th win.
The Yankees ruined a "back-the-Indians"
night for 50,021
fans who turned out in Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland with their victory over the
Tribe. Zack Monroe hurled the
first 6 13 Innings and waB
credited with the victory while
Don Mossl was the loser. Tony
Kubek doubled home two runs
in a three-run sixth inning ral rally
ly rally that put New York in front
Hector Lopez snapped a 2-2
tie when he socked a two-run
homer off Jack Harsh man in
the eighth inning. The blow
pave Bob Grim of the Athle Athletics
tics Athletics his sixth victory and sent
Harshman down ;o his 13th
loss. Rookie Willy Tasby hom homered
ered homered for the Orioles.
Southpaw Billy Pierce of the
White Sox racked up his 16th
win with an eight-hitter over
the Red Sox. Chicago clinched
the game with a five-run rally
In thp eichth tnnine featured
I V Al CrvilfVi'e Enfrrnn inorlp
that broke a 2-2 tie.
Clint Courtney drove In four
runs with a double and homer
to lead the Senators to their
victory over the Tigers. Charley
Maxwell gave Detroit a 4-0 lead
with a grand-slam homer in the
third, and after the Senators
narrowed the margin to 4-3,
Courtney hit a two-run homer
or loser Paul Foytack In the
eighth. Reliever Tex Clevenger
was the winner.
Fight Results
United Press International
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New York, drew with Ron Redrup,
165ii, Britain (10).
Pompey, 168ft, Trinidad, kneker!
out Randy Turpin, 175, Brit
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A surprising Fort Clayton team
held the PAAF league leaders,
Albrnok Air Force Base, at bay
in the find half of Tuesday night's
(Sept. 9) encounter at Reader
Gymnasium, but fell by the
wyside in the last -half as the
Flyers dented the cords for 5

points and a 93-69 win.
Clayton led at half time 33 J7.
With the score 59-52 in tavor l
Albrook after three quarters of
play thp Flyer's top candidate
for all-star honors, Emmett Bry Bryant,
ant, Bryant, got hot. Going into the game
with a 38-point per-game average,
Bryant singed the nets or 17
field goals and 10 out of 15 from
the foul line for 44 points
Albrook center Lloyd Hopwood
hit for six baskets and three free
throws for 15 points.
Thp Cavaliers, defending PAAF
champions, were led by Darnell
Sanford and Stan Christian. They
had 27 and 16 points respective respectively.
ly. respectively. The wij, Albrook's 11th in J2
games, gives them a two and one
half game lead over their near
est competitors, Fort Kobbe. Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be is currently sporting an 8-3
Tonight the Regulars play host
to third place Amdor and last
place Navy hosts Fort Clavton
at Reeder Gymnasium tomorrow
evening. Both encounters begin at
7:30 p.m.
(As of Sept. 10

Team W L GB
Albrook AFB 11 1
Fort Kobbe 8 3 2Vi
Fort Amador 5 6 5a
Army Atlantic 5 7 6
Fort Clayton 4 8 7
Navy 2 10 9

Seagram's Ringer
Tourney Saturday
At Summit Hills
A Seagram's V.O. whiskey
ringer tournament for Summit
Hills Golf and Country Club
members will get underway
Any Summit member desiring
to enter this tournament need
only sign his name on the tour tournament
nament tournament score sheet and pay 50
cents to the manager.
Only scorecards with a full 18
holes will be accepted. Golfers
may accumulate two nine hole
scorecards, complete the full 18
holes on the original card and
submit these two nines as IP,
V.O. whisky will be awarded
weekly to the low golfers.
Happened to .
Wilmer Allison, a Texas stvlist,
twice was the No. 1 tennis player
in the U. S. and eight times made
the top 10. Allison came up to the
big time while Bill Tilden still was
ruling America's courts and he
moved toward the top while Ells Ellsworth
worth Ellsworth Vines was holding sway. By
1934, Wilmer was the nation's chief
hope but he lost in the U. S. fi final
nal final that year to England's Fret!
Perry. That showing made him No.
1 for 1934 and the next year he
went all the way, defeating Sid
ney Wood for the U. S. title. He
retired from major competetion in
Whatever happened to Wilmer
Austin, Tex., where he operates a
retail radio and television busi business,
ness, business, maintains an active hand in
Texas affairs for the U. S. Lawn
Tennis Association and finds time
to coach the Urfiversily of Texas
tennis team.
Player Of The Day
Preston Ward, who hai been
with five major league teams
during his checkered career, ap apparently
parently apparently have found a home in
Kansas City.
The good looking, 6-4, 190 190-pound
pound 190-pound native of Columbia, Mo,
went to the Athletics in a mid mid-season
season mid-season trade with the Cleveland
Indians. Playing his natural posi position,
tion, position, first base, he's developed
rapidly and is batting close to
300 compared to a lifetime .244
big league average.
Ward had his best day in the
majors Tuesday night when he hit
three straight homers to pace the
Athletics to an 86 victory over
the Baltimore Orioles.
Originally one of Branch
Rickey's whiz kid rookies with the
Dodgers in 1948, Ward also his
played for the Pirates and Cubs
in addition to the Indians and
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MILITARY MANNER Army's starting backfleld steps lively at West Point They are, left
to right, Pete Dawkins, Harry Walters, Joe Caldwell and Bob Anderson. Coach Red Blaik's
biggest assignment is developing a passer. Could be a soph, Bob Rudesill or Frank Gibson.

Army, Navy, Penh State Grid

Choices to
Navy and Penn State not
necessarily in that order are
favored to rule the East in college
football this fall.
Army has the backs, Navy has
the depth and Penn State has a
little bit of everything needed to
go all the way with one slight
reservation. ThP only rap the ex
perts can pin on Penn State this

Majors To Formulate Bonus
Rule to End Spending Sprees
For Untested Baseball Players

CHICAGO (UPI) A committee
set up by the major leagues to-
dav was charged with formulating
by December a bonus rule "with
teeth to end spending sprees lor
untested baseball players.
The leagues also organized an
other committee to study the de
terioration of the minor leagues,
and a "needed realignment ol
the minors.
The committees were formed at
a closing session Tuesday of a
two-day meeting of American ana
National league officials.
Club officials voted unanimously
on the bonus rule issue and
named a committee made up
of three from the minor leagues
to tackle the problem. In ad addition
dition addition to drawing up a rule with
teeth in it, the committee was
charged to set a limit on bonus
payments, possibly at $10,000, and
to study player draft rules.
Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frick said he and league officials
"were strong" for the return of
a bonus rule which would halt
excessive payments to high school
and college players, the bonus
rule was abolished for the 1958
season and Frick confirmed th'it
more than six million dollars was
paid out by the major leagi'c
clubs for untried rookies.
"I know how to do it," he said
"Just eive m ethe right to ex
amine each club's books and that
will end under the table pay
Named to the committee were
Charles Feeney, San Franr?ci
Jot Brown, Pittsburgh, and Bmg
Fullback Tom Tracy has been
traded by the Detroit Lions to the
Pittsburgh Steelers for a "high"
draft choice next year.
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early is "lack of team speed"
and that may or may not be
Princeton is the choice over
Dartmouth in the Ivy League.
Rutgers, which employs an exact
scale model of Princeftn's single
wing system, looxs like the class
of the Middle Atlantic Conference.
Williams is the power in the
Little Three, Rhode Island arid
Connecticut in the Yankee Con Conference.
ference. Conference. Devine, St. Louis, of the National
League; Parke Carroll, Kansas
City, Bill Walsingham, Baltimore
and Frank Lane, Cleveland, of the
American League.
The "realignment" committee
included Bill Dewept, St. Louis;
John Quinn, Milwaukee, Gecrgc
Weiss, New York, and John Ale Ale-Hale,
Hale, Ale-Hale, Detroit, for the majors.
Grayle Howlett, Tulsa, Okla.. ind
Vince McNamara of the New
York Pennsylvania League, werj
named for the minors.


Teams Won Lost
Sparks 62 ,22
Boyd Brothers .... 57 27
Remington Rand . 45 39
Master Misses .... 44 40
Snarks 42 42
Overdues 33 51
Blinds 30 54
Gutter Rats 23 61

While most leagues are open opening
ing opening their seasons, the 5700 Ma Materiel
teriel Materiel Mixed Masters completed
their season at the Clayton
Lanes, and the Sparks were the
champions with Boyd Brothers'
Smith Corona five points be behind.
hind. behind. The winning combination, con consisted
sisted consisted of Laurel Hays and Ma Marie
rie Marie Case representing the fair
sex. For the men, the winning
array presented the husbands of
the ladles, Forrest Case and Ben
Hays. Rounding out the cham champions
pions champions roster was Vince Santell.
This Friday evening at the
Clayton NCO club, the champs
will get their awards at party
which promises to be a hangup
affair. The league chose marble
and silver style of trophies, not
only for the first place squad
but ror tne runnerups.
Appropriate recognition will
be given to the leaders in the
various divisions, high average,
high series both scratch and
handicap, high games scratch
and handicap and the MIB ft ft-ward.
ward. ft-ward. Both the guys and dolls
share in the loot. So that no one
goes home from the party emp-
tyhanded, each and every play
er in the league will receive a
gold plated cup for "Just being
Honor roll for the last night
of bowling, all 500 or better se series,
ries, series, K. Guyor of the Blind?,
Forrest and Marie Case, Laurel
and Beny Hays plus Vince San
tell of the Sparks; Marvin Har
vey of the Gutter Rats, Bert
Moskowitz and Harry Rouse of
the Boyd Brothers Smith Coro
nas, Russ Arnold of Remington
Rand, Max and Roy Nichols of
Overdues; Al and Billle Ketree.
Dan and Gene Cardin of the
Master Misses; Loretta Stovert
Jim Howard and Jan William
of the Snarks. Jim Howard's
mark was 602.

But among the major independ

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the area lies, the two service
academies and Penn State have
the stuff to catch the eye of early
season iorecasters over Syracuse,
Holy Cross, Pittsburgh and Boston
Losses In Line
It's highly Dosslble the colorful
Army-Navy gam,, at Philadelphia
on Nov. 22 will carry with it the
championship of the East, though
both had graduation losses that
Navy, last year's Eastern ch?.m
pion, lost a sizeable chunk of its
"jitterbugging" line and all first
string backs except crashing Ray
wellborn. But the Middies, wbiie
protesting this is a "rebuilding
year, have a tough nucleus as
well as reserves.
Army again is thin in reserves.
particularly in the line, but also
has the finest one two nunch
anywhere in All-America Bob An
oerson, up for his second season.
and senior halfback Pete Dawkins.
Coach Red Blaik will go with un-
inea quarterback joP Caldwell, a
gamble but not exactly a ntw
thing up at West Point.
Despite line losses, Navy Is ex
pectcd 0 put up a sturdv for forward
ward forward wall led by All Americ;:
tackle Boh fieifsnyder so the
major question lies in the back back-field.
field. back-field. Plenty Of Q Backs
Tom Forrestal, a dandy passer,
is among the missing, which rut'
young Joe Tranehini on the spt
at qunrteback, but Joe did well
against Army and against Riceiii
th e Cotton Bowl. For ha"-totevs
Eddie Erdelatz had Dick Dagam Dagam-nat,
nat, Dagam-nat, Roland Brandquist and Dick
Zembruzuski along with Wellborn.
Penn State, with a re shuffled
but experienced line, pins its high
hopes on the best groiiD of auar-
terbacks on anv sauad in thp
East. Coach Rip Engle has net
one, two or tiiree but four able
signal callers and that's rnii
dream stuff. His veterans are Al
lacks, Richie Lucas and Boh
Scrabis. Add to them sophomore
Dick Hoak and there's depth a a-plenty
plenty a-plenty for any emergency.
At Syracuse, veteran quarter quarter-bac
bac quarter-bac k Chuck Zimmerman is the
key man in an outfit well-fixed
six returning Starters among IS
lettermen everywhere but al
thp ends.
May Be Tough
Holy Cross, with perhaps the
East's standout T-auarterback in
Tom Greene, is handicapped by
lac k of spring practice but Greene
will operate behind a fine line led
by guard Jim Healey. Thp Cm-
saders figure to be rough to
Pittsburgh has a nair of fine
quarterbacks in Bil Kaliden and
Ivan Tomsic but, with a back back-breaking
breaking back-breaking schedule, may be a year
away trom big things.
In the Ivy League. Princeton
had losses in the line and at
quarterback where three yea'
starter John Sapoch left a big
hole. However, the Tigers nb-
oarently have found an able
terback replacement in Dean
Locks and an insnirational tail tailback
back tailback in Danny Sachs to push the
wing advance. Also returning is
fullback Fred Tiley to provide
that vitally needed up-the-middlc
Thin In Talent
Bill Gundy replaces Dartmouth's
graduated passer,- Dave Bradley.
He did well on occasion last sea season
son season and if coach Bob Blackman
can repair his, reserve strength
the Big Green rates close to
Yale is pressing a search for a
quarterback to replace the gradu graduated
ated graduated Dick- Wlnerbauer and the
prospects aren't bright enough to
make Yale a major contender
so far. Pennsylvania has the ex
perience it lacked in recent years
and couid go if Steve Sebo finds
a passer. Brown, Harvard and
Columbia are believed to d too
thin in first class talent hut
Cornell, with a good line coming
up, has hopes of starting the

climb back toward the ton.

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83 57 .593
77 64 .544 41,
71 69 .507 12
70 72 .49 14
M 79 .493 14
45 74 .468 17V,
44 74 .457 19
41 77 .442 21
San Francisco
Cincinnati -St.
Los Angeles
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N).
Only game scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
(Night Gamt)
Los Angeles 000 202 0116 13 4
Philadelphia 205 001 oox 8 10 3
Drysdale (11-13). Blrrer. Bessent.
Erskine and Roseboro.
Roberts (15-13), Erickson and
(Night Game)
S. Fco. 012 010 000 04 12 1
Pittsburgh 040 000 000 26 7 2
Giel, Monzant, Grissom (7-5 )
and Schmidt.
Friend (20-13) and Hall. Follei.
(Night Came)
Cincinnati 000 000 0000 3 0
Milwaukee 000 010 20x 3 10 1
Purkey (16-10), Pe,a and Bur
Pizarro (6-2) and Rice.
(Night Game)
Chicago 000 000 0101 4
St. Louis 100 020 OOx 3 8
Phillips (7-9), Buzhart and Nee
Mizeli (10-11) and Green.

Georgia Tech Attempting
To Spring Back From One
Of Poorest Grid Seasons

ATLANTA (UPI) The Yellow
Jackets of Georgia Tech, attempt attempting
ing attempting to spring back from one of
their pporest seasons since Wot M
War II, are going for broke this
year, gambling on two-platocn
football in an era of limited sub substitution
stitution substitution and decreased time outs.
Coach Bobby Dodd, whose rec record
ord record of success forestalls doubt, in insists
sists insists he has the material to re return
turn return to the system which swept
the Jackets to an unbeaten string
of 29 games and a spot among
football's elite at the turn of the
But Dodd admits he isn't ded
certain how things will work out
under present-day rules. He fig figures
ures figures the substitution rule, under
which a player may enter the
game twice each period, will offer
few problems. The five yard pen penalty
alty penalty for each time out after four
per half may be lie burr under
the two-oratoon saddle. "We don't
intend to stick to platoon football
if we find it's helping the otnet
fellows instead of us," Dodd said.
One-Way Player
The idea to return to platoon
football didn't jell at Tech umil
after practice began. The key,
according to Dodd, was a wealth
of olavers who were outstanding
on either onense or aeiense, dui
might not even make the sqund
if reauired to go both ways.
Best example appeared to ne
Ed Nutting, a 238-pound shopho
more offensive tackle, uoao savs
he may be a n 0 t h e r Hal Mdler
former tech All America, yet the
wasn't figured to see action this
The defense unit is being built
around Maxie Baugham, a 212-
oound iunior linebacker. Tech
faithful say Baugnam is aireaoy
better than the man he under
studied last season All-America
center Don Stephenson.
The remainder of the deiensive
line will be thosP players who
were figured to start under the
one-olatoon plan, including three
of only six seniors on wnat is
mainly a junior team. Doug Veaz
ev. slated to be fourth on the
Quarterback list, jumps to No.
safety msn and rim Mngieion, a
PI a vq round Sports
Adults classes in Recreational
Sports offered at the Gatun Gym:
Monday and Wedneiday Ar Archery
chery Archery 9:00 9:45
Tuesday and Thursday Bad
minton 9:00-9:45
Monday and Wednesday Con
ditioning Exercises 10:00 1100
Gatun Pool
9:45-10:30 Beg. Swim Classes
Monday and Wednesday.
0:45-10:30 Ad. Swim Classes
Tuesday and Thursday.
PV Diur J oP
t it v n
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Annt Baxter Richard Todd in
$1.11 p CAS1
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Now York
Kansas City
Boston at Chicago
Washington at Detroit
Baltimore at Kansas City
Only games scheduled. A
. 1
hi tl Iwdy's Result, v
(Night Gam.) J
Washington ami am am i a
Detroit 004 oon ooni
Foytack (12-12) and
Boston nop 000 206-2 2
Chicago 0DM2 05x-7 0 1
Brewer, Wall (7-0) aid Daley,
Pierce (169) and Loflar.
New York
101 003 030-4 12
000 010 110-3 7
Monroe (4-1), Duren, Ditmar and
Mossi (7-8), Narleski, Grant.
Score, Martin and Nixon.
(Night Game)""
Baltimore 100 001 0002 7 2
Kansas City 000 010 J2Xr-4 6 0
Harshman (10-13) and Triandbs.
Grim (6-6) and Chiti.
fourth-rated halfback, will start' ii
uie secondary.
Offonsiva Expert
The offensive lin fmm a.M.'
j B' WM ,oe o8BW man its
ueiensive counterpart. Thr Pnri
are smaller. The backs average
uuul me same.
The Jacket attack will he h.Hit
around Fred Braselton: 190-Bnim'd
junior quarterback who. logged an
average of 56 minutes per gam
nr 1957. Dodd figures Braselton,
wno ien me uu a passing last
fall, should be even better with a
respite rom defensive ihni
The other three Cal James, Joe"
Delaney, and Lester Simerville.
should have th saVne advantage.
ine scneauie:
Sept. 20 Kentucky at Leiln.
ton, Ky.: Sept. 26 Florida Stale
here; Oct. 4 Tulano here; Oct. 11
Tennessee here; Oct. 18 Au Auburn
burn Auburn here; Oct. 25 SMU at Dal
las, Tex.; Nov. 1 Duke t. Dur
ham, N.C.: Nov. 8 Clemson here;
Nov. 15 Alabama here; Nov 29
Georgia at Athens, Ga.
Along The Fairways
Summit Hills Oolf and Coun
try uiuds iaftH ciud nanaicap nanaicap-tournament
tournament nanaicap-tournament will move Into the
final round for women and the
semifinal round for men with
Butch Oarrett matched against
Pearl Trim.
Bob Ausnehmer meets Frank
Day and Jack Smith tangles
with George Riley In the men's
semifinal round which has been
postponed because of the Isth
mian amateur tournament.
It Is understood that Miss
Oarrett returns to college this
week-end and the tournament
committee has indicated that
the ladles' finals must be played
by Sunday, with the official
etartlnff time pt, fnr 9 a.m.
However, If Mrs, Trim and Miss
Garrett may agree on a differ
ent starting time.
The tournament committer
also announced that the men's
semifinal round must be played
not later than Sunday, Sept. 21,
with the finals not later than
Sunday, Sept. 28.
Senior Amateur Golf
Tourney Get Record
Number Of Entries
total of 373 entries has been re received
ceived received b" the U. S. 'Gntt Associs Associs-tton?
tton? Associs-tton? for the Senior Amateur cham
pionship to be Mo" at Pebbtt
Beach, Calif., Sept.
Burt Lancaster in
8tee Cochran in

Mercurio Amateur Golf Tourney Enters Fi


nal Week of Play


The Mercuric Isthmian Ama-
teur Oolf Tournament mow
Into the final week end of play
with 18 holes slated (or the
Panama Golf and Country Club
on Saturday and the final 18
holes being played at the Fort
Amador Golf and Country Club
on Sunday. i
Anibal ualindo will be taking

the field with a two-atrcke leadl 9:30 h. Hause, Col. Babb, G.
over Tony Jankus and Jim vi- Hicks.
ley 9:37 J. Whltelaw, M. Mahone,
Oalindo and Riley were tied f Napier,
fo- low at 75 at the completion 9:44 P. Hale, K. Bennett, B.
01 ulay last Saturday at Brasos Sanders.
Brook, but Oalindo went out; 11:45 M. bmith, c. Clover, W.
with the "dew sweepers" to turn A. Sullivan."
in a neat 73 over the jungle 11:52 H. Terry, G. Roth, J. Ho Ho-course
course Ho-course at Port Davis, ran
Thing will be real interest-! 11:59 R. Cotfey, R. Gleason,
ln for these three men as they,C. Fry, A. Jones,
will play together in the same Number 10 Tee
threesome letting off the No. 1! 7:45 JL: Scott. H. Osborne, C.

tee at 9:02 a m
Tournament directors Frank
Day and George Riley have re requested
quested requested that all competitors re report
port report to th' starters at least 15
minutes be'or their scheduled
ttartin? times.
Panama Golf Club has an announced
nounced announced that their course would
b open to all Mercurio amateur
finalists for practice rounds to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon.
Number 1 Tee
T:48 J. StuArt, V. Annlcherleo,
I. Poole.
7:S2 H. Da Rap L. Dehlinger,
D. Leonard.
7:59 M Gretne, J. LUy. H.
P.: 06 W. Conger. B. Marquarc).
T. Soencer.
8:13 H. M Thomas, L. Meier,
D. Myera.
8:20 L. Collett, B. Schmidt. S,
Pu'ler. '. L :
8:27 A Teager, C. MacMurray,
. 8:34 P, Rlch:n?nd, S. Kincaid,
8:41 P. Moran, H. Beall, J.
8:48 T. Jacks, A. Hurr, N.
The arrangement appears to be
for the use of the hall the
Ausiralians agree to ahow our fsl fsl-lows
lows fsl-lows how amateur tennis is really
played at the championship level.
There must be some explana explanation
tion explanation why Ashley Cooper would
travel 10,000 Jftu .to heat Mai
Anderson for the American sing singles
les singles crown at Forest Hills, whin
one or the other could juit as
readly establish his mastery ,011
the home court.
This was the third successive
time Australia had won our most
cherished championship, and the
second time hand running the
young masters from Down Under
personally took complete charge
of the finals.
if we dismiss the competitive
aspects and view the Australian
monopoly as a clinical demon demon-iiration
iiration demon-iiration of advanced tennis teen
niques', thert is consolation in the
hope that our fellows are gradual
ly getting the hang of the game,
and, in another generation or so
may be able to win their own
-hu minnnshin once more.
One a: ue mora itlustrOus
spectators yesterday was .lo!m
Foster Dulles, Secretary flf State.
Who stopoed over between rater
planetary missions long enough to
present the emblematic brie a
brae. .
The maft said that while he
was unhappy to see the "silver
plate traveling around so much
he was not without sympathetic
understanding; in his line of work
he had to get used to this aort of
thing, himself
Informed T.nnli Buff.
A Cal ( oolidge isolationist ait ait-ting
ting ait-ting in the marquee, who aeemert
not to have heard Mr. Dulles
very clearly grumbled: "The way
those people in Washington have
been giving away our eilver s.l
vr the world, it's a wonder
we've got enough left to mak a
demi-tasse spoon."
Before play began mr. uui
broke down and confessed to the
press rpw that he p! ay ed tennis
at Princeton. ."I wasn't good
enough to make the team, but I
always like to play and 1 continue
to follow the game with interest.
Owing to the gentleman's disin disinflation
flation disinflation to stay in th aame spot
for more than fiye seconds at a
time, no one had a chance to
solicit his opinion as to the di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic desirability of placing
Alejandro Olmedo of Peru on the
Davit Cup squad. Olmedo is the
first non-citiien ever to the United
States fn the international net
As a long time, informed ten ten-Sit
Sit ten-Sit huff, the Secretary no doubt
would hav. agreed that in the
present dilemma America needs
11 the help it can get, and ought
not to he too meticulous at to the
source .
At a practicing statesman, nis
response probably would have
been less chauvinistic. Most like
ly ha would have followed the line
of the Peruvian ambassador, 'n
hat hailed the move at a tone, to
th Good Neighbor Policy tVi
vatelv. the Secretary, knowing
that Olmedo had been knocked oil
by Australia't third atrwger,
Neale Eraser, may have benti
puttied that th American re recruiter!
cruiter! recruiter! hadn't set their tights on
bigger game.
The Secretary, along with 10, wo
other twive! necks, saw torn ex excellent
cellent excellent tennis and heard an m m-looked
looked m-looked for pronouncement. H atw

8:55 J. Ridge, J. Smith, Jail
9:02 A. Oalindo, J. Riley, T.
9:09 H. Mitten, J. DesLondes,
B. LeBrun.
9:16 J. Creichton, D. Slager. G.
9:23 D. Matb.ies.on, A. Saarl-
nen. M. Chadwick.

7:52 R. Hazard, L. Kirk, R,
7:59 J. Hawkinson, Shoff, Dr.
8:06 T. Bmmett, D. MansfieM.
W. Bsslinger.
8:13 L. Castro, P. Hertgen, R.
8:20 J. Byerley, R. Moreland,
L. Coffman.
8:27 J. Cain, W. Gervin, J.
8:34 W. Enielke, K. Bergere,
G. Silvas.
8:41 J. A. Smith, E Brown, D.
8:48 D. Bgolf, B. T. Sullivan,
M, Leonard.
9:92 R. Masengv., H. L. Clarke,
W. Watson.
9:09 V. Seeley, R. Owen, J.
9:16 W. Tester, Maslno, J.
:?3 M Papeum, Joe Salterlo,
R, pinkham.
9:30 H. Finn, R. Daugherty, R.
9:37 C. L. Johes, M, Moody, R.
Jaramillo. (
11:45 A. Berctein, B. EversOn,
!il L. Ogden. Q. Cardwell.
11:52 T. Donovan, E. Dunn, A.
lEnzor J. Demlng.


i 1
CoopeT atone for last year't de defeat
feat defeat here by upsetting the favored
Anderson, and then learned that
AUhea Gibson, the first Negro
Slayer to achieve international c c-ibrity
ibrity c-ibrity in tennis was retiring.
pr ;t4fi Ch mp Be wt Out.-
Cooper's victory was a surprise
only in that he : had been losing
with some regularity to Anderson.
Actually, there is not much to
choose between the two young
men. Copper has yet to attain the
finesse which characterizts An
derson's play, but otherwise his
equipment Is substantial.
In this instance, Cooper's im implacable
placable implacable tenacity prevailed; he
simply refused to be beaten.
There was a typical situation in
the fourth set when he overcame
a love 40 deficit at a critical stage
which kept him aflcit nd event eventually
ually eventually turned the tide his way.
Miss Gibson, who hat clearly
proved her superiority in the
women's game by successive
triumphs at Wimbledon and
Forest -Hills, unaccountably drop dropped
ped dropped the first set to California s
Darlene Hard, unseeded at the
start of the tournament.
And then, almost as in apology
for a prosaic performance in what
destined to be her farewell to
championship competition, she
turned, and with an adroit, im
pressive blend of power and cun
ning, proceeded to defeat her
panting, rust ra tea opponent Kith
consummate ease-
Toronto Takes First
Game Of WavoHs
Against Rochester
NEW YORK, fiept. 11 OJPI)
Dick RIcketts, who has been
in equally tieht situations on
the basketball court, was named
to pitch for the Rochester Red
Wings against tne Toronto mb
pie Leafs tonight in the second
game of their semifinal series in
tin international League play
The ex-Duquesne and Cin
clnnati Royals basketball star
will be opposed by veteran
right-hander Ed Blake, who had
a 9-6 record for the Leafs dur-in-
the regular season. RIcketts
won 15 and lost 18 this year.
The Maple Leafs got off to a
good start In the best-of-seven
series last night by downing
Rochester, 6 3. Toronto broke a
1-1 tie with a four-run burst off
starter and loser Gary Blaylock
in the fourth inning, Stan Jok
collected three of the Leafs' 10
Mta while Archie Wilson batted
in two runs.
The second game of the Montreal-Columbus
series was post
poned pecause of rain.
Aaron of the Braves it the only
player who has hit a home run
m every National League park this
STILLWATER, Okla. (NEA) -Oklahoma
State has its best man
ned football squad in a decade.

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PEOPLE living on the road to
organized VW Club of Panama
Fourth from the left is the ciuDs
Second of two articles on Na
tional Football League pros pros-Pcts.
Pcts. pros-Pcts. Today: the Eastern Di Division.
vision. Division. NEW YORK (NEA) Cynics
hop on professional football the
same way they do on basketball
that scoring's cheap, all they
do is throw the ball and defense
has gone to pot.
For the other side of the ar argument,
gument, argument, take the Cleveland Browns
and the New York Giants. Every Everyone
one Everyone admits they're the teams to
beat in the Eastern Division ot
tht National Football League. The
Browns lack a quarterback of
stature'.' The Giants got one
Vears old ami another not cup-
i posed to be ablt to throw. The
ends on neither team win Kill you
with pass catching.
So how do they do it? With de defense
fense defense that nail rnnners cold,
forces fumbles and rushes passers passers-into
into passers-into mistakes. Check back on t'.ie
Browns, the most phenomenally
successful organization In the his history
tory history of. pro gridirons. They yield yielded
ed yielded the fewest points in the regu regular
lar regular season last year, and this bat
been a consistent trait since Paul
Brown bashfully agreed to lea4 a
team of the same name n 1?49
The defensive wall always nas
strong4 bovs like 259-pdunii Bnb
liatn, reimorcea oy me iineoacn-
itie shrewdness of a Z37-pouna
Walt Michaels, and the experienc experienced
ed experienced quickness of Don Paul aad
Warren Lahr to guard the secon
dary. For the points vou a'so need
to scoret o win, there a Lou Gro-
za, the onlv original Brownii left.
to boot field goals, and Jimmy
Mkkey Wright Cops
Dallas Women Open
In 18-Hole Playoff
DALLAS. Tex. (UPD- Young
Mickey Wright held her second
straight tournament title today
with an 18 hole nlayof victory
over veteran Beveny anson in
the Dallas Women's Open, hut
MissHamsdn salvaged some
solace from the loss.
Mis Hanson shot a 7 to miss
Wright' one-under-par 71 in the
showdown for the $1,247 nrst pnre
Bnt the tWl she picked w
boosted her ahead of air the other
women pros in money earnings.
In addition, the 69-71-71-73-24
she scored in tielng Miss Wr-t
'or first plact over the regulation
72-hole route, trimmed her scorir
average to 74.91 strokes per round
best among all tne pro tm
Miss Hanson has won J12.354
this year.
Miss Wright now has won the
Rnrncvvillc. Okla.. Open and
rUas One" to po with the Ladies'
PGA and Women'sOoe n crowns
she had iaptured before ta'.ufl"
off for two months for an ex
hibition tour.
AUTHORITY Frank Thomas
has generously con rihuted to
Pittsburgh's splendid season
hit ing for the circuit and driv driving
ing driving in runs when needed mm si.

Browns, Giants

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Chltre began to wonder about
and were on their way to Chltre
president, jerry Schoch.
Brown to blast for
league-leading style.
guy missing in the cast that skid skidded
ded skidded frpm the '56 title to runner runner-up
up runner-up in '57. He was, significantly,
Roosevelt Grier; a defensive tac tackle
kle tackle of 284 pounds. Rosey's due
back shortly from service, and
with we figure the Giants are due
to mount to the top again. No
team runs wild against a crew
that has Rosey and Andy Robus Robus-tellip
tellip Robus-tellip up froht and a secondary
that's been bolstered by Lindon
Crow. It doesn't hurt to know the
club can move the ball, too, and
thereby control it, particularly
since Frank decided Hol
lywood could do without him an
other year.
For the best longshot stab in
either end of the NFL we pro propose
pose propose the Washington Redskins.
They looked good in exhibition
games without many of their
front-liners in action. Joe Kuharich
is a sharp coach. Eddie LeBaron
is a quarterback with a mission mission-that
that mission-that a club can go all the way
witn a little man at the helm
and is helped by the return of
Ralph Guglielml. The sensational
rookie backfield of 1957. starring
Jim Podoley, is poised and ma
ture, only the pass defense
leaves nagging doubt.
is easily the Philadelphia Eagles,
who've been faulted for lack of
topflight direction on both the
field and in recent years.
Now Norm Van Brocklin is
throwing the spears at quarter quarterback
back quarterback and hat running horses like
Bill Barnes and Clarence Peak.
to keep the pressure off him.
Buck Shaw brings bis white
mane into the coaching guidance.
Probably the Best uniifting tail
year wat achieved by Buddy Par Parker
ker Parker at Pittsburgh. He had the
Steelers in the running until sheer
lack of playing talent upenHo!4.
them. Paucity of top-flight indivi individuals
duals individuals remains his kev problem,
especially for a -running throat.
Tossers Earl Mnrija" Lcn
Dawson ceuld make up for it.
Dawson could make up for it.
250 Average
Rank Overlay
CLEVELAND (NEA) Accord Accord-ing
ing Accord-ing to William R..Dalcv. the n,i
son 'the Indians are not. making
money is that hors racing oul's
aw" too may spectators.
"If we could sen'' bookmakers
on and down the aisles shouting,
'3 to 1 he doesn't get a hit.' wo .1
cet the business back," says tha
Cleveland club's chairman of thd
Bill Daley Would, inde, c
.. HiMiftes, nolntout bMtine men.
Atthose odd;, mv hHer wS
'ettT thin a "Vn average wo''!d
b" a rank o"vbv.
Daley woH soon find out whit
it's like .to real y lose money.

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The Chicago Cardinals draw a
Wank on the form chart A
plete coaching overhaul brought
frame ivy down from th C:ic.h C:ic.h-din
din C:ic.h-din game with some Oklahoma Oklahoma-ui
ui Oklahoma-ui luenced variations of the T. A.
bevy of trades face lifted the of offensive
fensive offensive md defensive platoons,
It's not even positive whore
they'll play King Hill and John
Crow, their top draft choices. The
only known quantity is Ollie' Mat-
son, and that's a lot of, football
No pro team is ever


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Ted Atkinson Suffers
Pubic Bone Fracture
NEW YORK (UPl)-Jockey Ted
Atkinson was reported in good
conditions at Physicians Hospital
today after X rays disclosed
mild fracture of the public bon of
his pelvis.
Dr. Alexander Kaye, Atkinson's
physician, advised him to remain
in the hospital for several days
an d not to resume riding for at
least 10 days or two weeks.

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race with an average speed of 133,791 MPH.
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FOSTfR'S UtHM aad Uiye
Beach Hi) km. On mil oast tht
Casino. Phon. Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Owniit Corta9.a
Santa Clara t 4 P.
nama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartmrt
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephana
Smith. Balboa 3611.
Span. your weekends at Ri
Mir, tht btst boefc in tht Re Republic,
public, Republic, with .-.II kind) f commo commo-dities,
dities, commo-dities, optn day and ni!. Tht
new management if at your itrv-
FOR RENT: Furnihed thret
bedrooms chaltt, maid's room
and oaraot. 43th. Street No. 1 1-107,
107, 1-107, Bella Vista $150.00. TtU.
2-3479 3-0696.
In tiaigtits of Rarriada Doming
Diss' for rent tbret bedrooms
chaltt, living ree-sn, dining room,
porch. $70.00. Call Cocoli 4567
C.Z. or 3-2517 Panama,
FOR RINT:- 3 bedroom chalet
maid's room, garage, hot wattr,
etc. 15th St. Paitilla. Phont 3 3-683
683 3-683 5 during office hours or 3 3-4814
4814 3-4814 between 5 and 7 p.m.
Sports Briefs
motet Goldie Ataearn has com competed
peted competed arrangements for a Sept.
86 bout between lightweight?
Pranjcie Kyff ofNe w York ant.
Frankie Ryff of New York and
ff. Y. The match at Washington's
Capital Arena will bfl televised
" PATERSQN, N. J. (UPI -Cleveland
out'ielder Larry Dohy
Ifecame t father for the fourth
tme Tuesday when his wife,
Mary, gave birth to a 7 pound,
M ounce girl.
toine'eton University football team
Wis' lost tackle Frank Schultz,
ibftibly for thp remainder of he
ieason, because of head injuries
uffered in practice last week.
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Baltoa Division
In the matter of the estate of Rus Rus-lell
lell Rus-lell W. Demera, Deceased. No. 8501,
Notice of Time Set for Proving Will
and Hearing Application for Letters
NOTICE Is hereby given that a pe pe-ltlon
ltlon pe-ltlon for the probate of the will of
biasell W. Demers. deceased; and for
he Issuance of letters testamentary to
losalie Demers was filed in this Court
m August 27, 1958. and that September
15 1958 at o'clock a.m.. In the Court Court-mom
mom Court-mom of this Court at Ancon, Canal
tone, has been set for the hearing of
laid petition. When and where any
lerson Interested may appear and con con-est
est con-est the same, and show cause, if any,
Khy said petition should not be grant grant-id
id grant-id (Dated at Ancon. Canal Zone, this Au Au-rust
rust Au-rust 27. 1958.
Sara de la Pena
Cleric of Court
Bv Lots K. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk of Court,
Spanish & English
Write Full Particulars
P.O. Box 1297 Panama
1 lir. Siinrr Sedans
4 Dr. Station Wagons
Huilt In England by
General Motors
Kuropran craftsmanship
Beautifully styled
Many luxury details
Compact family oar
Small car economy
Large trunk snae
Up to 35 M.P.G.
Pay as little as
per week
Come in now for v
(lemnnst ration ride.
OVA, S. A.


FOR RENT: Well furnished 2
rodroom apartment, Campo Alt Alt-fre.
fre. Alt-fre. Before noon call Panama
2-21 10, after noon call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-3290.
FOR SALE: Comfortable apart apart-mmt
mmt apart-mmt of one bedroom, dining
room, drawing room, kitchen and
bath room. Apply: 41 Street No.
25 Apartment No. 2.
FOR SALE: Modern furnished
apartment, two bedroorm liv living,
ing, living, dining room, independent
services, San Francisco 86 Street
No. 6, near to Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RCNT: Cool and modern
apartment, completely furnished,
on bedroom, kitchenette with
til necessary, irove. refrigerator,
hot water, etc. etc., garage, oak
cloist, food neighbors, near to
tht butttop. Strttn 95 47
San Francisco. 'Old 9th Street.
Can bt tttn 9 to 1 1 and 2 to
5 p.m.
FOR RCNT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom Apartments lot of cloitt
space, washing room and excel excellent:
lent: excellent: American neighbors. 149 -B
Belitario Porras Call Balboa
1778 Panama, 3-451 1 or 3 3-1618.
1618. 3-1618. Riviera Apt. House. Beautiful
i two-bedroom apartment dining,
living, kitchen, porch, two baths,
maid' room and garage. Call
2-4696, 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
FOR RENT: One bedroom apar apar-mtnt.
mtnt. apar-mtnt. Phone 3-0611 or 2-5418.
FOR RENT: For Oct. 1. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished apartment, one bedroom,
private entrance, light and rock
gas. 114 Via Btlisario Porras.
Gen. De Gaulle May
Be New President
Before Year's End
PARIS. Sept. 11 (UPI) -Gen.
Charles de Gaulle will stand for
election as France's new "strong "strongman"
man" "strongman" president before the end of
the year if his constitution 'is ac accepted
cepted accepted by the country on Sept.
28, well informed sources said to today.
day. today. The sources said the? premier
also would call for general elec elections
tions elections within the same time for a
new national assembly and would
quickly form his own new gov government
ernment government the. first under what is
to be called the fifth republic.
It has long been regoing
conclusion that the 67-year-old De De-Gaulle
Gaulle De-Gaulle himself would be the first
president of the republic provid
Ing the voteirs accept his constitu constitution
tion constitution in the nationwide referendum.
Political support indicating an
overwhelming vote in favor of
the project has been building up
daily throughout the country. Just
yesterday, former Socialist Inte Inte-rios
rios Inte-rios Minister Jules Moch, who
ran the nation's police forces in
the panicky days just before De
Gaulle's election as premier last
spring, predicted De Gaulle
would carry the Sept. 28 referen referendum
dum referendum by a 70 per cent edge.
TOKYO (UPI) Gen. Curtis
Lemay, vice chief of staff of the
U.S. Air Force, flew here from
Formosa todav for t I i: s
wi'h Lt. Gen. Robert W. Burns,
commander of the 5th Air Force
and U.S. Forces in Japan. Lemay,
who visited the Philippines and
Hawaii on a Par' i- innc unn
tour will spend three days in
Frigete Air conditioner
for automobiles.
Rattan Lux Furniture
Tel. 3-1293
'Till 8 P.M.
All Work

intkr a i. nst piiri tr rifFS No. S

RARDO Nn 2 "" Street a MORRISON
SI FARMACIA LUX 1(4 Central Avenue
(ARMAi ii VAN ni B.JIS SO Street No.
A THIS Ben trie the tUlia Vista Theatre
Hm SALI: 1951 Packard
Patrician, flood mechanical con condition,
dition, condition, may bo seen at 107-B
A lb rook or Call Sflt. Brown 86 86-3227,
3227, 86-3227, price $375.00.
Diplomat sellfno attractive-look -ing
1958 Mercury Monfclair.
Completely equipped, 3700
miles. Reasonably priced. Can be
financed. Telephone 2-1533.
From 9 10 13 a.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 one Ton.
Chevrolet PanaeJ Truck. Good
condition $700.00. 36-387 or
FOR SALf: 191 Chervrolot
Truck, Good condition. $200.00.
Phone 3-1912 or 36-387.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Fickup frock ft) Ton. Fair con condition
dition condition $300.00 3-1912 or 36-
FOR SALE: 1950 Nash, excel excellent
lent excellent motor and body. See at
Courthouse, Ancon or house
11 O A Gamboa. Balboa 2-1732
or Gamboa 6-731.'
FOR SALE: 1955 4-door Mer Mercury
cury Mercury WSWall tires, mirematic,
radio power 'brakes, power steer steering
ing steering automatic windshield washer.
Cristobal 3-1675.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford station
wagon, 9 passenger. Country
tedan, duty paid, radio, Fordo Fordo-mitic
mitic Fordo-mitic white and gray. Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-0945. Can be seen No.
19 44th St., Bella Vista.
FOR SALE: 1956 Volkswagen
Sun roof, radio 23.000 miles.
Excellent condition. Call Navy
Pacific 3210 during working
hours, 3745 after hours.
Autos tltenrean Offers the
Best Used cars in town
1957 Fiat "1400" 4DR Sedan,
rurone Ivory & Blue.
1956 Morris-Minor 4Door
1954 HVIman-Cenvertible, new
top, wVS tires.
1952 Hill man 4DR Sedan.
1957 Ford-Ranch Wagon, Thun Thun-derblrd,
derblrd, Thun-derblrd, 40R, tutene, radio,
WSW tires, automatic trans.
1956 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon, 9
Pas. 4Door, tutone, radio.
1956 Mercury-Montclare, Hard Hardtop,
top, Hardtop, tutone, radio, WSW tires,
leather Upholstery. Excellent con conditions.
ditions. conditions. 1955 Dodge Kingswav, 4DR
Sedan, tutone, radio, WSW tires,
stand, trans.
1955 Mercurv-Montelare Con Convertible,
vertible, Convertible, radio, WSW tiees,
power steering.
1955 Chevrolet tutone, radio,
stand, trans. Very good buy.
1953 Chevrolet, 4DR sedan,
tutone, radio,
1954 Oldsmobi'e. 4DR tutone,
radio, new WSW tires.
1953 Mercury-Monterrev. hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, tutone, radio, WSW tires.
Open all day. Next to Coca Cola
Co. Tela. Pmi. 2-2616 2-4966.
Oil Corporation
Announces Mans To
Delve In Politics
Corp. says it will take an increas increasingly
ingly increasingly active interest in practical
politics because "Gulf and every
o'her American corporation is...
up lo its ears in politics and
we must either start swimming
or drown."
Vice President Archie Gray,
writing in the company magazine,
said Gulf would try to "help an
individual shareholder, employe
or dealer determine, whether his
senators and his congressmen are
serving him well."
. Gray stressed that labor's at attempts
tempts attempts to influence Itgis'a Itgis'a-tion
tion Itgis'a-tion called for opposition from a
matching force "and there is no
place in the United States where
such a force can be generated ex except
cept except among the corporations that
make up American business."
He said it was not yet possible
to say what the Gulf decision
eventually will involve.
"Such a course requires a pro program,
gram, program, and a proper program in
turn needs tone and careful plan
ning." He added that it will take
too long o bring such a program
to a level of maximum usefulness
for much to be done in the 1958
CAIRO (UPI) President Ga-
mal Abdel Nasser of the United
Arab Remiblic has .accented
an invitation to visit Czechoslo Czechoslovak.
vak. Czechoslovak. The invi Ion wi, "X
tended by a visiting Czech eco economic
nomic economic delegation. No date wis

Lottery Plaz

4th of Jul
Ave. & J St. LEWIS

EI.BATURRO Par que Lefevre 7 Street O FARMACIA "S
15th Street and Amador Guerrero No. 14,111.

FOR SALE: Argus C-3 com complete
plete complete wits) flash, used 3 months
$40.00. Also G.E. exposure
meter, $0.00. Tel. 3-7755.
CLUBS Seven irons, two woods,
bag $20. House 766-1 Balboa
afttr 5 Pint.
FOR SALIl L.P. R.cords 50
Discount and populart, AGEN AGEN-CIAS
CIAS AGEN-CIAS DIAZ. 37th Strati No.
FOR SALE: Iron army field
dental chair, parts for dental
engine with foot lockers. Houta
320 Culebra Road.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: House, Corro Cam Cam-pana,
pana, Cam-pana, pip water all year, ready
to use. Bargain. Sec Mr. Ponce,
Centre Comercial Supsr Market.
FOR SALES Lot 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipolromo
Urbanization across the Remon
Racetrack! Call W. Mclarnett.
Tel. 3-2S67.
FOR SALliLofs at II Valle,
Anton. Ideal Climate. Close to
Capital Cfty. Tola. 2-3085 or
2-2130. ?
Excercislng Machines, Turkish
the MrLevy way. Body Massage,
bath. Trained operators tor ladies
siid gentlemen. Get results.
Services "SCHOLL'S"
J. Arosemena Ave. 13-41
Tel. 3-2217
The Magic Super Seasoner
(Monosoftlum Glutamate)
Available now in tht
Canal Zona.
it i hj.
Classes In WHlet Tap and
Toe Taught by
will be resumed In October.
Registration dates te be
announced later.
Augusf W to Sept. 15
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and tnformatlon
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Inc. air tare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave every Toes, and Fri.
Tel. Panama 2-1661
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
ONLY $2.t0
ONLY 2.J Lbs.
VIENNA '(UPD- Dr- Charleton
Smith, president of the National
Art FnnnjUtirm of New York,
today presented, the flag of
the City o New York to Vienna
Mayor Fraes Jones at the Vienna
Jubilee Fait;. Smith, in a cere ceremony
mony ceremony at the new American pavil pavilion
ion pavilion on the fair grounds, said,
"May it bag remain a symbol m
friendship and good will between
our two cities.

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Tivoll No. 4 FARMACIA
la Osaa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMV
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Kenmore electric
rrtary sewing machine portable,
complete with attachment and
earring case. Price $125. I.B.M.
12". prestigie elite electric type typewriter
writer typewriter with stand. $275. Items
can be sen at quarters 113-B
Albrook Tel. 86-7 IBS.
FOR SALE: Davenport sat,
Wardrobe, Dressing table, China
closet, dining table, No. 8053,
TO Street Melendes Apt. No. 10
after 5.00 p.m. Daily.
FOR SALE: Amateur radio
Transmitter (HPIBR) 500 watts.
Tel. Panama 3-0587.
FOR SALE: Siivostont) 18"
television set complete, very
reasonable. Telephone 1-7292,
51 Street house 3 apt. 1.
FOR SALE: 60 cycle Bendix
automatic washer $65. Recently
converted. 456 Ancon Blvd.
FOR SALE: G.E. refrigerator
$100.00. Complete double bed
$75.00. Call Tel. 3-7831.
FOR SALE: Rattan 6 pieces,
livingroom, set in good condition,
see Monday to Saturday 8 a.m.
0304 Cable Heights, Ancon,
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 15 ft. boat, Lone
Star, molded fiberglass, 25 h.p.
Johnson motor, gator trailer,
water skis. $1070. telephone
Large stock new and used .out .outboard
board .outboard motors, 3 h.p, to 50 h.p.
Cash talks. ABE RNATHY.
Sea our new fiberglass boats, 1 4
ft. runabout, $395.00 up. F.o.b.
factory. ABERNATHY.
Greene Retains
Post as N.B.A.
of Abe J. Greene, commissioner
of th National Boxing Asso
ciation, claimed today his victory
in the big "title fight" was an
empty one.
As the NBA' annual convont'on
went into its final session, Frank
Gilmer, chairman of the Illinois
State Athletic Commission, saidr
"Abe still has his title of com
missioner but the new NBA con
stitution is certain to curtail his
powers drastically."
That new document, which
touched off fireworks at Tuesday's
sessions, was slated to be com
pleted and adopted today.
In it, Greene is expected to n
givtn no more power than that of
'chairman of the executive coni
mittee." That's what the anti
commissioner faction wanted to
call himinseead of "commission
Because of the controversy over
thp commissioner. th conversion
did not give consideration o
chamoions Snsar Rav BoWnson
and Archi" Moore, criticized for
not nefendin? titles over a loni?
period. It was uncertain tmtey
whether th convention would Bet
to this matter.
. A controversy broV out Tues
day between sunporters of the
rival constitutional committee tint
was so heated it aopeared the
boxing commissioners' would
themselves indulge in fist tossing.
Green, ed'for of the Paterin.
N. J.. News, became wearv of the
bitter fiht and asked the con convention
vention convention to be relieved of his post
tclav "'hen his term expires.
But Greene was given an over over-Whelminc
Whelminc over-Whelminc vote of confidence. 43 43-10.
10. 43-10. which was made unanimous
when the outcome of 'the ballot
became obvious. Greene, commis
sioner since 1"48. said he would
decide today whether to press his
request to be relieved.
j H.P.
With Guarantee
Tel. 3-7206
Mr. La Torre

La Carrasquilla a FARMACIA LQM

ESTADOS UNIDOS 149 Centra! Ave.
Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. O
Dorese Waires School of Danc Dancing;
ing; Dancing; Ballroom, Ballet, Tea, Tap,
Acrobatic, Modern Jan. Knights
of Columbus Hall, 2-2363.
Ann Lattin School of Dancing
will re -open September 1 6th
3:30 to 5:30. Cocoli Clubhouse
2nd floor, phone Balboa 2-4415.
FOR RENT: Modern construc construction,
tion, construction, large rooms, $15 and $16
each; also commercial site. Ap Apply
ply Apply 2838, 13 Street, Rio Abaje.
FOR RENT: -Bachelor only
large clean furnished room, pri private
vate private entrance. Estudianta Street
No. 14-19 Apt. 5.
Closing out "Lamberta" motet
bikes, brand new, never used,
only three left. $135.00 each.
THE LEVONEL CO. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-2266.
FOR SALE: Harley Davidson
56-740 HV. foot shift, extras.
Ranchito and lot at Maria Chi Chi-ouita.
ouita. Chi-ouita. Call 3-3202 or Hons
S405 Espave Avis. Margarita.

Fraley's Reflections
On Sports In General

NEW YORK (UPI) Fearless
Fraley's reflections on sports in
Art Aragon in mi fight against
Carmen Basilio turned out to be
the modern Georges Carpentier.
wi io M-avs mient cive vou tnat
little boy act but when it comes
to money you can bet he's no
juvenile. V-
Sam Snead, who uses on- him
self says all golfers would be
better off driving with a one and
one-half wood instead of a driver
or brassic.
Never make eyes at a Javelin
thrower's girl unless you aro too
skinny to be a good target.
Bets On Sonar Kay
Toots Shor bet $5,000 that Rav
Robinson would beat Carmen Ba
silio the next timP they fight
Mickey Mantle must 'be a
natural left hander because Ce
eats tnat way and mats as
natural as you. can get.
I wish I could save soma of this
nice weather for those football
press boxes, which get twice as
coin as a landlady's heart.
Horses supposedly inhabited
America 45 million years ago but
it beats me how you're gonna
prove tt.
Some of my equine selections
however, t tfce about that long to
finish a race. t
They knirk the Pittsburgh Pi
rates for letting kids on the field
before a game nut it has to be
good for baseball.
what's An Amateurs)
Althea Gibson's 35.000 income
from TV and writing last year
makes it obvious there is no such
veetable as "amateur" tennis.
It' easier to smoke a cigar
under a gasoline shower than to
referee a women's wrestling
If everything the old timers
say is true, Sam Langford must

At-ww MAN

Crowing, successful electronic and appliance enter enterprise
prise enterprise needs a young man of good education, general
business experience, bilingual, with technical and
customer relation ability. He must "sell us" on his
ability to develop and manage an effective depart department
ment department for eervicing, installing, delivering and selling re replacement
placement replacement parts for the products we sell. We want
a man who can not only be honest, fair and friendly
with our customers and employees but who can also
organize a department, schedule and control work
and follow a job through to completion. He must
posess personality, adaptability, initiative and pro professional
fessional professional competence; His letter must be a frank and
full etatement of his qualifications, personal parti particulars,
culars, particulars, references and he must be able and willing to
etand Investigation. 7
Salary commensurate. Write Box 4186 Panama City
Include recentjhojojraf


Commercial Sites
FOR RINT: Three room office
suite, 48 m2 available imme immediately
diately immediately in the Panama Insurance
Co. bldo,. across from Hotel El
Panama Hilton. Airconditioning,
electricity, elevator, janitor and
night watchman service, drink drinking
ing drinking fountain, restrooms. Coffee
"ifcfjR; in building. See or phono
Mrs. Mary Coleman at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance Co. 3-0136.
Mercedes Building. De luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Am Ample
ple Ample parking space. Night watch watchman.
man. watchman. Moderate rents. Balboa
Avenue, next to nuns school.
Ricardo A. Miro S. A. Tol.
Mme. Louise Blanc. IDS. admn
ted today she was worried
over her first airplane ride, but
net for herself. Mme. Blanc, the
oldest living Frenchwoman, flew
here from Paris Monday. She
said her only concern during the
flieht was the comfort of her
"Utile girl who isn't used to trav traveling."
eling." traveling." The "girl" was her
daughter Lea, 81.
have been the greatest fighter ol
them all.
I can't understand why that
waitress slapped me when I asked
her if she had frogs legs.
Don't tell me that legalized ou-
course betting woman t reauce
Tennis king Ashley Cooper also
is a pretty fair weight lifter.
1 think an intriguing gam?
would be badminton played oil
snow shoes.
New German Killer
Is Reported To
Chemical Society
CHICAGO (UPI) A prospec
tive new champion to combat
bacterial infections, often resistant
to sulfa drugs, was reported today
to the 134th national conference
of the American Chemical Society.
Dr. Benjamin H. Gross, research
chemist of Chat tern Chemicals,
Chattanooga, Tenn., said the hope
is based on synthesis of a new-
class of compounds using hydraz hydrazine,
ine, hydrazine, of cunrent interest as a rocket
Some compounds of this series
have been shown in laboratory
tests to be more deadly toward
staphylococcus and streptococcus
bacteria than sulfa drugs, Gross
Gross said investigation has
shown that the new drugs art on
bacteria in a way entirely differ different
ent different from that ef the sulfa drugs,
supporting the theory they may
kill bacteria resistant to the sulfas.
After complete Safety has been
established, the compounds will-be
released for clinical study, Gross


T.V., radio, HI-FI, transmitter
repairs. Call William & SWWf
Phone Panama 2-51 13.
Prompt service
Fair prices
Boston Technicians
30 years In electronics
TV, Panama 2-3142.
Protect your homo, and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
SKINDIVERS: We can now fill
your tanks. 1500 lbs. pressure
for $2.00 Service Charge. Re Remember
member Remember too wo have only the
finest Italian equipment with
"J" St. 13A-30
Tel. 2-1905
YOUR HOME, $3.50
You got services the same day
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencies. Phono
2-1905 Tiveli Avenue 18-20.
Baby sitting services. Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
TV Contestant If
Caught In Trap'
NEW YORK (UPI)-As if tele
vision quiz shows weren't already
having enough trouble a contes
tant got trapped in an isolation
bopth yesterday.
John Burns of New York, had)
just answered a Question on ABC
TV's "Who Do You Trust" and
boosted his earning to $2,500
when the w door to the booth
Neither hottest Cindy Limit nor
master of ceremonies Johnny
Cajrson could budge the door even
with Burns pushing from the in inside.
side. inside. Finaily the studio carpenler
was called. He removed the hin hinges
ges hinges from the stuck door and
freed the trapped contestant.
TOKYO (UPI) -The lerlet
government has presented a Rut.
sian ILl special four passenger
plane to the Communist NorU
Korean government site Commu-
m w ,Chmt New Agency
fThe plane was presented a
gut of thr Russian people te
mark the ioth snni.. .r u..
founding of North Korea, the
s Opening
Acr Ind ,.
Advocate Asbestos
Amer Cyanamld
Amer Motors .,
Am Tel & Tel .....
Anaconda Copper
, .51 Vi
. ..17
. .511
Arkansas Fuel i
... ... 4314..,
Atlantic Refining ..... .37ttb
AVCO Mg. .., ... ..,,... .8
Bethlehem Steel ..46
British Pet ... ....15y
Burroughs ... 36X,
Canadian Sou Pet 3
Canadian Eagle ,.. mh
Celanesc lift
Cerro de Pssco ... ... .....34
Chanc eVought ..... ... .....46
Chicago Gt. West 45
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 (UPI) The Supreme Court meets later this afternoon to
consider the dynamite-laden Little Rock school integration case.
A decision on wbetlur or not embattled Little Rock Central High School shall
go into Its second integrated year, or shall have a 2 year breathing spell, is expect expect-d
d expect-d before Monday's scheduled, opening of the school.
fT The high court yesterday received a plea from the Negro students seeking ad admission
mission admission to Central High to uphold "the supremacy of all constitutional rights over
bigots big and small." ;4
Attorneys for the students said it would be better to disturb the educational
farocess for a while, if need be, than to teach children that US courts will "bow to

, .violence."
" The brief was filed by the
rational Association for the
'advancement of Colored People
ItfcwBS the NAACP's reply to the
fettle Rock school board which
liked the court to approve a
ty, year delay In mixing whites
and Negroes at the previously
all-white school.
The Justice Department did
not Dlan to file a new brief. It
will stand on Its recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation at an Aug. 28 hearing which
inked the court to uphold an
tighth Circuit Court of Appeals
ruling that Central High should
Open on en integrated basis
The briefs will form the basis
for Oral argument? before the
high court today.
After hearing the arguments,
the nine black-robed justices
will retire to their chambers to
consider their ruling.
The Justice Depar tment
clearly expected the court to
rale before Monday when
Central High is scheduled to
It urged Little Rock officials
Tuesday to join in a plan to
use U.S. marshals and court
injunctions rather than
troops to prevent disorders.
The department's letters to
Jttle Rock officials were filed
with the Supreme Court by soli solicitor
citor solicitor general J. Les Rankin.
He said he acted for the
"court's Information" and to set
forth the government's "respon-
If the court orders integration
t Little .Rock,.. the school un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly will be closed.
The Arkansas legislature has
passed; a bill authorizing Gov.
Orval jFaubus to take such ac action
tion action to block the Negroes' admit admittance.
tance. admittance. The NAACP brief, signed by
attorneys Thurgood Marshall of
New York and Wiley A. Brahton
of Pin Bluff, Ark., urged the
court to uphold the appeals
court decision that set aside the
2J2-year i n t e g ration delay
granted by federal Judge Harry
J. isenuey.
They said "the very survival
of the rule of law" hinged on
the high court's decision.
They also declared that the
Little Rock case had become
a "national test" of the prin principle
ciple principle laid down in the court's
historv-m? 1954 school in
tegration order.
Marshall and Branton said
the Little Rock school board

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had a "duty'' to try to preserve
order at the school despite
the board's assertion that it had
no such responsibility.

The NAACP brief also said
the principal argument used by
those backing the Little Rock
board's request for an integra integration
tion integration delay was that "ruffian?
with or without support from
state officials" were ready to
touch off violence.
"There is no ground," the
brief continued, "for a pre presumption
sumption presumption that the authorities
charged with the duty of en enforcing
forcing enforcing th law will refuse or
bp unable to perform- this du duty.
ty. duty. In fact, the Federal gov government
ernment government stands leady to per perform
form perform this duty.
"Even if it be claimed that
tension will result which will
disturb the education process,
this Is preferable to the com complete
plete complete breakdown of education
which will result from teaching
children that courts of law will
bow to violence."
Faubus said yesterday that he
has the power to order Central
High School closed before it ac actually
tually actually opens and may use it.
He said the Justice Depart Department's
ment's Department's plan to use U.S. mar marshals
shals marshals to enforce integration
orders at Central High, if the
Supreme Court decides it must
open integrated, would a a-mount
mount a-mount to a "second occupa occupation."
tion." occupation." The U.S. attorney was report reported
ed reported to have prepared a "pile of
injunctions, both blank and
blanket" for suspected trouble troublemakers
makers troublemakers if the Supreme Court
orders Central integrated.
Faubus said a bill which the
special session of the Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature passed two weeks ago
gives him the power to close
a school when there is a mere
"threat of violence." There
does not have to be an open opening
ing opening actual violence.
Faubus has not signed the
bill, but he can have it sent to
his office and sign it on a mo moment's
ment's moment's notice. It is emergency
legislation and would take ef effect
fect effect immediately.
But Faubus said he cannot be
certain yet exactly what he will
"I'm still watching and wait waiting,"
ing," waiting," he said. "Anything is pos possible."
sible." possible." Meanwhile in Arkansas, a
white honor student told the
Van Buren School Board and


Over Bigots
the seereeationist Citizens'
Council that a poll of 160
white students showed that 85
favor integration.
The student, Angie Evens, 15,
said 30 of the students polled
were undecided and 45 were op opposed
posed opposed to integration.
"Those 85 said they felt it was
only fair for Negroes to go to
school at this high school," she
A total of 600 white students
attend Van Buren High, where
55 white boys struck six days a-
go against the school s Integra
tlon by 13 Negroes.
The strike has collapsed,
but the Negroes refused to re return
turn return until they are guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed protection by a Federal
All but three of the strikers
were back in school today and
the three didn't show up around
the schoolyard.
Cheerleaders put up a sign
saimg, "Beat Fort Smith,"
where there was a sign last week
savine. "This a white school.
Go home nigger." The Van Bu Buren
ren Buren and Fort Smith football
teams play Saturday night.
Angie had trouble finishing
her reoort on the students'
poll. The Rev. Grady Williams,
a traveling evangelist and
segregationist, tried to make
her and school officials look
at a picture of a "big black
buck Negro tweaking the
cheek of a white girl."
"I am willing to swear that
no one coached me or any of us
on what to sav here tonight
she said. "We're doing this on
our own."
John Cobb, spokesman for
the 40 Citizens' Council mem
bers present, said the strike had
been orderly.
"It was not orderly and con contrary
trary contrary to what you say, there
was cursing of the teachers
and of the superintendent and
of the principal," Angie said.
"The boys who struck disrupt
ed our classes for four days by
driving their cars around and
racing the engines and causing
them to backfire.
Meanwhile, a group of Negro
students kept out of New York
City's public schools in a protest
against s e g regation enroll
ment" reported at a makeshift
private school organized by
their parents.
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US Business Corporations Said Partially Responsible
For Current Anti-Integration Troubles In Southland

The Fund for the Republic
charged today that U. S. business
corporations are partly responsib e
for the anti-integration disturb
ances in the South.
The charge was made in a pa
per entitled "Politics and the Cor Corporation.
poration. Corporation.
It said many middle class em
ployes of corporations refuso to
take part in because "Uiey
are either wary of corporation re
action to any political activity or
they develop an almost studied in
difference to the participation iu
This has caused a "tragedy in
the South" by creating "vacu "vacuum
um "vacuum in political leadership" espe especially
cially especially et the state end loca!
tsvel, the report sai". (
The outcome. It said, has been
that middle class "moderate and
law-abiding people" in Little Rock
Ark., and other soutnern cmes
manv of them corporation em
ployes have been unable to exer-
cis an udiuence ror ireeuom wu
justice" in the integration contro
These middle class persons
have net played an activ, role in
the bitter eontroversty, the pap paper
er paper said, "because they hav. no
Thor Intermediate
Rocket Arrives
in Britain From US
LONDON (UPI) -The Air Min Ministry
istry Ministry in a terse announcement
loday disclosed the arrival in
Britain of the first American rock rocket
et rocket capable of carrying a nuclear
warheacl into the Soviet heartland.
The statement said only that a
Thor intermediate range Daiiisuc
missile was in Britain, out naa
not yet turned over to the Royal
Air Force.
It did not say when, where or
how the 65-foot missile witn a
range of 1,500 miles had arnvea.
Neither did it say where the mis missile
sile missile was taken.
The United States in February
agreed to provide the RAF with
the Thor missile. No total figure
has been announced, but informed
sources said that from 50 to 70
are expected to be delivered.
Nuclear warheads for the mis missiles
siles missiles will remain in American cus custody.
tody. custody. The joint consent of the U.S.
and British governments will be
necessary before the missile could
be launched.
Two weeks ago it was learned
the first British rocket baje built
under the Anglo-American agree agreement
ment agreement of February had been com completed
pleted completed ahead of schedule. The site
of the rocket base was not re revealed.
vealed. revealed. The rocket launching bases in
Britain will be manned by British
troops. All are expected to be op operational
erational operational by mid-1959.
Army Will Draft
11,000 Men
In November Call
Army wilt draft 11,000 men In
November, the same number as in
September, and October, Ihe De Defense
fense Defense Department announced to today.
day. today. The November draft will bring
to 2,385,430 Ihe total men called
to service since the draft was re resumed
sumed resumed In the Korean War.
The Army drafted 10,000 men in
each of the three summer months
and 13,000 a month from February
through May.

reel Interest in the outcome of
the conflict over segregation, and
bscause they are ill-suited to
play and role of consequence in
party politics."
The highly critical paper was
written by Andrew Hacker, assis;-
ant professor of eovernment at
Cornell University.
The fund, an independent orga organization,
nization, organization, is financed" by an endow endowment
ment endowment from the Ford Foundation.
Meanwhile Arthur S. Fleming,
secretary of health, education and
welfare, said that schools near gov
ernment installations stand to Jose
Federal aid if thev close because
of racial integration.
Fleming said he hoped state
and local o'ficiais would "make
every effort to keep all schools
His remarks were directed at
Ackansas and Virginia which
have passed laws closing their
schools if the Suprem Court or orders
ders orders them integrated.
Flemming told a news confer conference,
ence, conference, his first since taking office
Aug. 1. that there was no hask in
law for continuina -navments in
school districts that close their
public schools.
"Also there would bo no basis
for the payment of Federal funds
or the education of these 'children
if a stat? paid tuition for tiifsc
children to. attend private schook
he said.
Flemming added that Pedral
payments under the progrem
could be continued, however, if
te funds were cut off but local
communities maintained their
public schools.
Flemming's department pays a a-hout
hout a-hout half the cost of educatum
for children whose parents work
on military installation's or o her
Federal property but live in local
communities and send their chil children
dren children to the local schools.
In cases where the children ae
tually live on Federal installations,
the oroblem is somewhat different.
If public schools attended by
these children were closed
Flemming said, "the command


area as Stratford, Va.,
opened on a segregated
of 30 Negroes to be ad-
ers of the Fedtral installations
can request the office of educa education
tion education to make other arregements"
for their children.
"The type of new arrangement
would depend on the circumstances-surrounding
each case,"
he said.
Flemming said his officp had
drawn up no plans to continue
public education in the event stales
closed their schools, He said tin
was a state and local problem.
Flemming gave the following
figures for the amount of aid re'
ceived last year by three commu
nities threatening to close their
schools: Arlington. V?., $1,125.
OOP or IS per cent of its school
)udget; Norfolk, Va, tl.295.i52:
Little Rock, Ar. $64,840.
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NEW YORK, Sept. U (UPI) An eight-year-eW to.
confessed last night that he stole into the room where Us aa
rents slept the morning of Sept. 2 and -stabbed both to deatk
with a bread knife police said today.
The crew-cut youngster's allered eonfeaalMi,

after he led police on a chillinelv realistic 90-minnt. r...4

ment of the crime in the Staten

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District Attorney John M. Braisted said Melvln m .u

police he decided several days
The boy was said to have con
fessed he took a bread knife from
the kitchen, went upstairs to his
parents' room, and repeatedly
stabbed first his moth r end then
his father.
Braisted said the case would
not be closed and each point of
Melvin's confessiop would be thor
oughly investigated. He saidpf
would ask Children's Court today
tb have the youngster remanded
for further psbychiatric examina
Braisted said that in view of
the "mental background" of the
boy arid the fact the freckle-faced
child had told several conflict conflicting
ing conflicting and "self-incriminating" sto stories,
ries, stories, he was himself "not satis
fied" that the case had been
cleared up.
Braisted said Melvin first ad admitted
mitted admitted the killings last Satur Saturday
day Saturday after three days of inten intensive
sive intensive psychiatric examinations
carried out with the consent of
the boy's uncle. Dr. Harold Ni Ni-mer
mer Ni-mer of Orem, Utah.
The tests were said to have re
vealed the boy suffered from a
"paranoid type of schizophrenia,"
or split personality and his ba
sic personality as campatible
with a crime of violence," Braist Braisted
ed Braisted said.
He said the boy confessed that
"certain incidents" with his par parents
ents parents made him decide to kill
them. Police have checked out
the incidents, the nature of which
wei-p not revealed, and found
that they did occur, Braisted
Melvin confessed after returning
from Utah by plane with a detec detective
tive detective who had taken htm there for
his parents' funeral.
The detective In charge of ques questioning
tioning questioning freckle-faced Melvin was
Edward Byrnes, sent to Staten
Island from Manhattan especial especially
ly especially to work on the case.
Byrnes is the detective who
plied 11-year-old Negro George
Jones with ice cream and prom promises
ises promises of money earlier this year in
persuading him to confess to
pushing two children to their
deaths in the Hudson River.
Braisted said the boy has been
a suspect from the very first, but
that; sp has qveeryone else con connected
nected connected with the case.
Immediately after the, slayines,
Melvin told police his parents
died trying to rescue, mm Srom a
prowler, who was trying to stran strangle
gle strangle him.
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In advance to set ri nt hi. n
he said, to find a masked man
choking him. In the straggle,
he told authorities, the man
slashed his parents and fled.
The father, a surgeon, recently
had been assigned to the U. S.
Public Health Service hospital in
Staten Island.
Mrs. Nimer was able to dial
Ponce, Melvin told officers in his
wigmai account, but could not
id.ii 10 mem. me boy clamly M
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Jurist Raps Cops
Who Treated Nudists
As Plucked Chickens
LANSING, Mich. (UPI) The
author of the nation's best selling
novel penned a victory for nudism
ill a court of law vesterdav
The Michigan Supreme Court by!
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The high court's majority dec
John D. Voelker, whose "Anatomy
1 u v u u a c u ur UUS11L
Of a Murder" has been at the ton
ruary under the pen name
Robert Tlraver.
Ms whimsically-written Judicial
anatomy of nudism was pawed
over like a drug stpre novel by!
reporters and lawyers who wei,
on hand for decision day at the
Earl Hildabridle, Marvin Weis Weis-senborn.
senborn. Weis-senborn. and Harold and Ruth
Carter "might havfl been any
group Of DeOOle niOvin rural
Vir&AlJAlj nnliHiir" i-. It
fact that they were without
The jurist-author said the stato
police raid leading to the arrt
wax "indpronl inHsarf fka AHA Ki
indecency we find in this whole
case; descending upon these un
suspecting souis iixe storm troops
ers; herding them before clicking
cameras like plucked chickens;
hauling hem away in police
If nudism is illegal, Voelker
said, art galleries and museums
"would have to turn to the cult!,
vation of fig leaves; and that stal stalwart
wart stalwart bane of middle-class respect,
ability, the national Geographic
Magazine, would have td be ban banished."
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