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PANAMA, R. P. fflcla SEPTEMBER I- 1958
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V CANADIAN WHISKY
Panama Follows Up
WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 (UPI) Panama moved to today
day today to follow up the plea for economic aid it made to
Dr. Milton Eisenhower last July with concrete projects
that will require financing from United States govern government
ment government lending agencies.
the proposals were brought here by the Republic's
two top financial officials for consideration by the Treas Treasury
ury Treasury Department and the development loan fund.
Finance Minister Fernando Eleta said he and Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller General Roberto Heurfematto plan to discuss low
cost housing for Canal Zone employes, sewerage improve
ment and the modernization
nications system and other projects
Shortly after his arrival late yesterday Eleta and
Panamanian Ambassador Ricardo M. Ariat called on As Assistant
sistant Assistant Secretary of .State Roy R. Rubottom. Julius Har Harrington,
rington, Harrington, United States Ambassador to Panama, also at
tended the meeting.
When Dr. Eisenhower, brother
of tJftealttent and president
of Johns Hopkins University,
visited Panama in July begln begln-nM
nM begln-nM his .fact-finding tour of
Central America, President Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. stressed
trt his country urgently need needed
ed needed financing for increasing pro-
luctlon to-ro'M, rWw oJeVfHrnied pt. EfsaJfaf,
the rapidiy ""4ME?mp?
tlon. madfe.' 1
Poet Robert Service
1$ Dead In France
LANCIEUX. France, Sept. 12
armiPoet, Robert W. Serv
ice, author of the "Shooting of
Dan MCGrew .cuea nere
nleht'aTthe age of 84.
Service who held Canadian
nationality, had a heart attack
yesterday afternoon. A doctor
called to his bedside could not
save him. '.
Despite his weakened heart,
nothing in his health caused
Immediate worry to his family
in the past few weeks. His chil children
dren children left for home only three
Service's gray-haired, Jaunty
figure was a familiar sight a a-rnnnrl
rnnnrl a-rnnnrl the Lancleux beach and
pine woods. He used to keep in
trim by taking long wains every
As In every year in the recent
past, he came here last May
from Monaco where he spent
the winter months.
Because of his charity, the
Lancieux populace called him
Service loved rough'and tough
characters and fancied himself
as one. His favorite description
of himself was a "rolling stone,"
and that was the way he lived
his youth, much of It spent up
and down the American Pacific
Probablv. of all. his works, the
one that brought him the most
fame and money was "Danger "Dangerous
ous "Dangerous Dan McGrew ." Service him himself
self himself estimated that this one
brought him an estimated half
Must Face Court
' Slxto Manuel Berguldo, the
ex-convict who was shot by a
Canal Zone policeman some
weeks ago while trying to es escape
cape escape arrest in Rainbow City will
be released from Gorges Hospi
tal late today.
But he will go straight Into
Jail at Balboa police station
prior to his transfer to Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal where ha will appear on
Monday morning in the Magis Magistrate
trate Magistrate court to be charged with
returning to the Canal Zone
Berguldo received a bullet In
the head although the police
man aimed at his legs as he was
running away. He had Ignored
many shouts to stop and several
warning snots in the air.
of the country's telecommu-i
Panamanian -government offi officials
cials officials also discussed their prob problems
lems problems with President Samuel C.
Waugh of the Exnort-Import
bunk : Rubottom : Dempster
Macintosh, president of th De
velonment Loan Fund: and As
sistant secretary of the Tress
ury Tom eauKsan wn acconr-
r Sleta who is a
friends of the President's broths
iter, has been Invited w spend
the weekend with the Eisenhow Eisenhowers
ers Eisenhowers "Of the Johns Hopkins cam campus
pus campus in Baltimore.
:t The Finance Minister and
Heurtematte also plan to go to
New York to confer with private
PJone Aids Search
For Victim? Lost
In Booting Mishap
A plane from the 937th Engine
er. (Aviation) (IAGS) yesterday -ternoon
participated in a search
for three Colombia ns whose boat
had overturned in the Vicinity
of Turbo, on the north coast of
Bodies of two of W6 ecmtfnfs
were found by rescue parties
which went out by boat. A 'one
survivor was able to swim ashore.
All the men were associated with
the. country's Ministry of Public
The De Havilland Otter .piloted
by 1st Lt. Richard W. Alith. attach
ed to thi IAGS orojeciiin Bogota,
was the only aircra't1 reported in
Panama Is 10th Country Now Being
Represented By New Israeli Envoy
Brig. Geo. David Shaltiel is the
first to admit he is the hardest-
worked diplomat in the business.
With the tffle of Envoy Extra--
dinary and Minister PJenipoteh
ry for the stste of Israel. Shs'tlel
already had TiinP countries to wlr
after, and yesterday he added Pa
nama as ms tenth.
After presenting his credentials
to President Ernesto de la Guar
dia, Jr., he eeld a pres confer
ence m his room at the El Pana Panama
ma Panama Hilton last night.
He answered questions about Is
rael for nearly two hours in fluent
Spanish and then was persus'ieu
to say something about himself,
"You must have the: biggest a a-rea
rea a-rea to cover of any other diplomat
in the world," it was suggested.
"Yes," he cried. I think nobo
dy else has ten countries to look
after. I must be unmue."
Why have you rfidie Panama
to your list?
"I already have all the rest of
the countries in Central America.
We mustn't leave Panama out
Will you be taking on any mere
, "Ne, No, Ne, I already hv
He much te do. I wewld reaitfn
rather than tak an any more
eountrii. Mind you I am vary
happy te hi takine n Panama,
it is a wondarful country and
the people are all ae vary nk
and makf ur you writ rhtt
down in your notebook."
How often will you visit Pana
"Like all the rSst of the coun
afl iL eR
I W i : m t
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D1RTMEN ON THE PAYROLLS of some of the major engineering firms In the United States
seem to be deciding what to do with some cor e borings taken from the Isthmian earth by
Canal engineers. The local men are helping t he States consultants arrive at an estimate of
dry-earth costs for a possible conversion of the present waterway to sea level when, as and if.
Dry-Earth Team's Cost Figures May
In converting the Panama Canal into sealevel waterway will be one fee factor influent int
any decision' to go ahead with the project er not.
Equally weighty factors will be estimates of future world commerce, and consequent traf traffic
fic traffic through the Canal. Will the anticipated business warrant the expenditure?
The importance of these factors was pointed up when the engineers, alonr with Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal C Engineering and Constwction director Lt. Col. Robert D. Brown Jr. met the
press yesterday afternoon. U ?i w
There was no mention of the political climate at the time as a factor influencing any
costly canal-improvement decisions.
R. B. Stevenson, project engi
neer or the current studies sain
it was possible they would 'upset
the recommendations of former
Gov. Joseph Meahffey favoring a
The engineers said that whi'e
earth-moving techniques have been
improved sine, the 1947 Mehaffey
reoort was comoiled, costs of e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment and labor have risen.
The experts, who between them
have worked on earth-moving jobs
in about every corner of the world,
said there was no general trend
in costs for such jobs. Each onr
had its own peculiar features, and
had to be estimated individually
Outstanding peculiar feature of
the Mehaf ey sealevel Canal ptaa:
Keeping traffic moving through
the present Canai while converting
it to a sealevel waterway.
The Mehaffey report estimate nf
the eos1 "f converting the present
canal to a sealevel waterway we s
Stevenson anf his colleagues are
to estimate the price of the job
tries, three days each,
What will you do on your
"I shall try to foster relations,
call on heads ot government, see
how the Jewish community s get
ting along. There are 200 Jewifh
families in Panama."
Is there any trade between Is
rael and Panama?
"No, but we have manufactur
ed goods we could sell, like pnar pnar-maceutical
maceutical pnar-maceutical products and fertili fertilizers."
zers." fertilizers." 'V
Where are you based?
"It is the biggest country in Cen Central
tral Central America. And besides it is ve very
ry very cheap to live there, very cheap.
I am not an imperialist. The cost
of living is a big consideration, a
Acting SuDt. As
R. M. Wilkingstad, assistant su superintendent
perintendent superintendent of the Terminals Di Division,
vision, Division, will set as superintendent
effective Sept. 15 during the ab
sence of E. B. O'Brien, Jr., super
Mr. and Mrs. O'Brjen are leav leaving
ing leaving for Mexico City where hey
will spend a brief vacation They
will return to the Canal Zona Sept.
Schools Must Integr
Part In Modernizing Cana
(and of alternative projects cov
ered in ffle Mehaffey rtport) one
the basis of what it would cost a a-bout
bout a-bout the nd of this year.
rney ar not going 10 lucom
any guessing as to suture trenns
wages and equipment costs
and othenfactors affecting such an
Brown noted that s? variation of
as much as one cent per cuor
vard in the cost of so vast a iob as
this could make a tremendous dif
ference to the final cest.
Both Stevenson and Brown made
it clear that the presence here of
the team of engineers is no indi
cation that the seSlevel Canal or
any comparable major Canal im
Drovement plan nas Been given ine
It is a merely a step implement
ing the Canal's policy of havim?
the most up to- date and accurate
information possible available in
all the fi.lds which would have to-
he considered bv those who 'would
have to make1 any decision on any
of the imorovement projects
The engineers yesterday were
ill! of nraia for the volume and
detail of the information the Can
al already had on tap for them
This week's team is made up
of apecialists in dry-earth excava excavation.
tion. excavation. Next week a team of wet-earth
excavation specialists will maK;, a
similar study in their field.
No information is available en
Tot's Father Says
Guilty Hearts To
FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J. (UPI)
A heartbroken younr father on
the advice of his minister deciaea
today not to bring formal charges
against two persons who allegedly
caused the death of his infant son
by refusin? to yield a mr line
phone tf his emergency cans.
"On the advice Of my minister
and family, I feel no good will
be accomplished by signing a
complain' against the parties in involved,"
volved," involved," Robert W. Brown said in
a formal statement. "They will be
punished by their own consciences
and. their own beans."
Last Saturday, Brown said, he
urged two unknown gossipers four
times to yield the line so he cimH
put through an emergency rail
for oxygen for his son, five-mon'h
old Robert Jr.
When the party -line-- stubborn stubbornly
ly stubbornly refused to yield,. Brown and
his wife. Beverly, 18, bundled the
baby, who was turning blue from
lack of oxygen, into their car and
sped to miles to Paterson General
Hospital. Robert Jr. died in his
mother's armas as they arrived.
what a dry-earth specialist does
on the morning following such a
oownpour as hit the Pacific Side
around midnight last night.
For Electric Work
At Balboa Pier
Bids are now being advertise!
by the Panama Canal Comp,nv
for (the replacement of the elec electrical
trical electrical distribution system at Pier
I in Balboa. The work, in gen
eral, consists of the complete re rewiring
wiring rewiring of power lighting
at Pier 1 and nerfdrming other ap appurtenant
purtenant appurtenant work.
Plans and specifications for the
above work will the issued nn or
about Sept. 1 and m'Hs tVill be
opened on or about Oct. 24.
Copies of bid scheduled and
soecifications may be obt;ned in
the office of the Designing Engine Engineer.
er. Engineer. Balboa Heights.
Wo deposit IS required.
Ancon Cort Gets
From 75 Pilots
A signed notice of satisfaction
from the attorney renresentine
Robert F. Boyd and T5 other Can?!
nilots Who have been awardei S3.
33.19 each by the- U.S. District
Court at Aneon, was received by
the Judge Guthrie F. Crowe to
The award was the result of a
suit by the pilots against the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Comnany for wages
owed. Simitar pilot claims involv involving
ing involving other sums of money are still
3 Military Men
In US Dist. Court
Three divorces were granted in
the VS. District Court' at Ancon
today by Judge Guthrie F. Crowe.
Nonft were contested and the hus husband
band husband was the plaintiff in each
fimk The plaintifs were:
Col. Robert J. MacDonald of the
U.S. Army on the gounds of
mental cruelty, Francis H. Bon
nell Military Policeman at Fort
Clayton on the grounds of extreme
mental cruelty, and sgt. Deveiio
Emory Willday of Fort Kebbe on
the grounds of cruelty and infidelity.
y m i L Till
dered the Uttle Rock SchooJ, Board to proceed with integration at Cen Central
tral Central High School.
The High Court did so by Upholding a decision of the Eighth till
Circuit Court of Appeals.
The Circuit Court had overruled m 2Vz year delay in integration
granted hy Federal District Judge Harry J. Lemley on June 21.
: Supreme Court's decision was unanimous.
Chief Justice Earl Warren read a brief order on behalf of the whole court.
Warren said the decision was effective immediately. This means that the Little
Rock School Board is under orders of the Suoreme Court to admit KImm wk.
Centra! High School opens
warren saia rne original federal District Court order of 1957 requiring desecra desecration
tion desecration was reinstated.
The justices stayed on the bench only about five minutes iuttlnnn enminh fnr
Warren to read the three paragraphs which made up the
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ibb luiing wui tuuinea largely m recnnicai language and did not go into any
elaboration of its 1955 decision about "all deliberate speed" in integration. Many
attorneys and jurists had thought it would do so.
Nor did if say anything about forct and violence at Little Rock. These subjects
will be taken up, if at eN, when the views supporting the judgment arc released
Warren said these views
It 'was 1Z;11 Tim. wn the
justices Hied into the marble
chamber to deliver the decision
eleven minutes later thin
Lawyers who took part In the
case waited tensely in the court
room and the wings were filled
with court personnel who had
left their desks to be present
at the historic moment.
However, a few seats in the
spectators' section were empty.
Attorney-General William P
Rogers was present in the court
room along with several of his
ImmediatelySfter the historic
rullne. Thureood Marshall, tne
NAACP's chief counsel and vet veteran
eran veteran fighter on integration cas cases,
es, cases, said:
"Wf of roiirse believe that
such problems must be Ban- I
died In the court and we as assume
sume assume that with this clear-cut
judgment the legal atmosphere
surrounding Central Hieh
School Is now elds red up and
neither the school board nor
the governor nor any other
person in the state of Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas can even pretenH not to
know what the law I Any Anything'
thing' Anything' now dore to prevent
deseereratlnn In Arkasi?" s
in open defiance of the lw."
Attorney .Richard Butler,
who represented the Little Rock
School Board, said the decision
was "not unexpected by us." But
he said he and his colleagues
were "deeply disappointed" that
the high court did not approve
a delav in integration.
Virgil T. Blossom, superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of Little Rock schools, said
he would have no statement un until
til until he conferred with the board.
As to whether Central High
School will open Monday en
an integrated basis, that "de "depends
pends "depends on the governor," Blos Blossom
som Blossom said.
The Little Rock school board
pleaded with the Suiweme Court
at yesterday's hearing to delay
integration at Central High
School to prevent "a head-on
collision between Federal and
But attorneys for the Feder Federal
al Federal government and the Na National
tional National Association for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People
argued that the superiority of
Federal authority over that of
the states already was estab established.
lished. established. They said any delay would
mean denying the constitution constitutional
al constitutional rights of Negro children seek
ing to enter central High
In Little Rock, Arkansas Gov.
Orval E. Faubus said yesterday
he expected the court to rule for
immediate resumption of inte integration.
gration. integration. But he refused to say
flatly whether, in that case, he
would order central High closed.
The nine black-robed jus justices
tices justices yesterday s ubie cted
Richard C. Butler, attorney
for the Little Rock school
beard, to 90 minutes of sharp
questioning during his Vi
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lJ 1 III I I I II m HltHAnt Alll
for the fall term Monday
will be forthcoming "in due
I contrast, they listened
meeUy in silence to the argu
te of NAABP attorney Thur-
Marshall and US. Solicitor
General J. Lee Rankin for im immediate
mediate immediate integration.
Butler told 'the court that in integration
tegration integration should be put off to
allow time to resolve a clash of
He also said Faubus and other
state and local authorities
"frustrated" peaceful Integra Integration
tion Integration at Central last fall.
Justice Hugo L. Black replied
sharply to these arguments, as asserting
serting asserting that "there is not any
doubt ab"ut what the constitu constitution
tion constitution says" about the supremacy
of federal authority over that of
Justice William X. Brennan
wondered aloud "lust how is
this court in a position to ap approve
prove approve a delay sourht on
grounds that responsible state
officials. .have taken actions
to frustrate con stitutional
The exchanges came as the
hieh Court beard second round
of arguments on the school
board's request for a 2Va year
delay in integration at Central.
where President Ernnower sent
Federal troops to halt violence
Butler time and again stress
ed the school board's position
that a delay was needed to al
low time for both sides to calm
down, for the people of Little
Rock to get used to the Idea of
integration ana to soive icgai
Marshall took sharp issue
with Butler's plea for time to
resolve a Federaf-state conflict.
"I take the flat position that
this battle between Federal and
state sovereignty was settled
years aso by the Constitution,"
The single Issue before the
court," Marshall said, "la
whether federal district
court can delay an integra integration
tion integration plan already in progress
solely because of violence er
threat of violence
Marshall, his voice rising with
emotion, caid that if the consti
tutional rights- of the Negro
children have to wait for 2Vi
years, "then you don't need the
uonsuiuwou iia jvu u u nw
Marshall was followed by US
Solicitor General. J. Lee Rankin
who asked the court to order
immediate integration at Cen
tral Hieh "before school opens
"The Issue before this court Is
the maintenance of law ana or order,
der, order, not Just in Arkansas, but
throughout the country," Ran
He said It was an established
fact that any citizen's constitu constitutional
tional constitutional ritht "is a present and
nersonal Haht" which cannot
be legally postponed "for one
"The element In this case is
lawneawness," he said. "Some
people decided they were go-
ing to defy the law of this
Rankin said every policeman
in the country would be Watch
ing to see how the Supreme
Court rules because the real Is Issue
sue Issue is whether the law must
beck down In the face of vio
Butler, however, defined the
chief issue in a different light,
which sparked an exchange
with Chief Justice Warren.
n is better to defer certain
intangible rights of less than
one per cent of the students, or
to insist upon immediate ful fulfillment
fillment fulfillment of those rights even if
it destroys the educational
rights of some 2000 others?"
Warren asked: "How many
Negro children are there in Lit Little
tle Little Rock?"
Butler: "There are a total of
21,000 students, of whom 60 to
65 percent are white and 35 to
46 percent colored."
Warren: "Then,, why do you
say 'less than one percent?'
reB.'t !'ithe 35 f,e,cent
Butler 88 id he was referring
to the riehts of th seven SeiWO
in tSe in
tegration plan at tlfto particu
A force of deputy US. mar
shals has started arriving atr?
Little Rock to help enforce the
order for integration at Central
Hieh School, Rogers said.
He said some of the marshals
were drawn from outside the
The Justice Department re refused
fused refused to say how many deputy
marshals had been dispatched
to Little Rock. But it said they
were drawn from within Ar-'
kansas, from n e i g h boring
states, and from "some other
areas." ' M
Rogers also made public ft
cordial exchange of correspond correspondence
ence correspondence with Wayne Upton,, presi president
dent president pf the Little Rock Ichool
Upton promised the board
would give careful consideration,
to Rogers' previous proposal for
Joint Federal-state action to
prevent violence at Central
Rogers earlier had announced
the arrival at Little Rock of ft
team of Justice Department
He said they would be avail.
able to help local suthoritlea
obtain Federal Injunctions te
Meanwhile three Negro girls
who integrated the Oaark, Arfc, .j
high school have quit alter
white girls pushed them In C
hall, lt was learned today.
' The mother of one of the flrti
gfM. they were walking dow 1
the hall Tuesday when a group
of white girls pushed them.
She said School Supt. R. t ,,v
Graves went to th assistance
of the Negro girls and too
white glrjs "turned on Was,"
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WAITER SOUNDS Of
The other day at a prominent restaurant ranani y.
the cashier committed tne umorgivabie transgression oi mis
calculating a Ionian's bin. Tne party tTVlUch the cnecit was
related consisted of seven persons, but It was handed a rea-
necked character who, with demsiona of grandeur, had
ltaerently aemahded 'it. The waiter handed it aver without
checking, which he would not
in whicn the customer astcea lor n. rne piuon uums -tar
after checking, calletr the waiter and Asked hfrn if he
wanted to end up in the same place as the,Tivoli waiter ho
had allegedly forged a check. .
The headwaner was tortwith summoned, had the cnecfc
corrected, and returned it to the waiter who again turned it
over to the now fuming Mr. Zonian, telling him not to bother
to leave a tip. Our generous and forgiving friend nevertheless
left a tip JO cents. Yes sir: 70 cento tor waittaK
on seven persons who had eaten and enjoyed full course din dinners.
ners. dinners. The waiter involved is an efficient one o it could not
have been because of bad service that such a lousy tip was
left'lf Mr Zanti had taken all his change, as he had been
advised, and left, everyone would have been Wfippier.
The average Zonian reRaras a waiter (all Cana Zone wait waiters
ers waiters are colored) as an utter unscrupulous individual who would
slay his own mother so as not to miss an orphans party.
These people rant because a Panama Canal auditor nabs a
waiter robbing Uncle Sam of two bucks. They even cross over
the border and threaten the waiters in Panama.
haa rtHnoked An American
been OmiOOfea. An
Yet. here are some cases
fmm t.h na r r,ne nosi oiuce
So the Canal Zone government sent him to a head-shrinker in
the U.S. and then returned the verdict that he was a- phsycho.
He was exonerated. An American vas nabbed red-handed
tWnf MM itndjundry ottier jgg&mimKS&
e was reioaoco new
he had been steallne sma items an me wnne auu juoi -
absent minded Another American absconded with the piggy bon and future security.
Sank of the MaSrita Church and they sprung him with the I No Am ene. n W were involv
declaration that he was a nervous wreck. Who wouldn't b. to the United su has
"Tin""'; of til Bthta,? don think the people on the Zone do China for its economic s,rv,
haveSso much to crow about in this instance. I agree, that the!v and defense against Commu
Tivoli waiter was wrong and should be punisnea soinewiit, out
I think people should be more careiui or now mey namue ais ais-pensers
pensers ais-pensers of food and drink. After all these things go to our
stomachs, you know.
LET'S COOL THE NATIONAL THEATER
t th MaMnnal Theater's
eras ssamssa arss
For one thing, more parking space is needed. What would
it cost to fill in and build parking space for say four rows of
cars out over the shoreline?
another aoori idea would be to abolish the boxes, except for
w. tiraairinnt's Vuiy This I
hurting the architecture. Firmly placed and numbered seats
could replace the box chairs. Audiences today are leery of buy buying
ing buying box seats with strangers, and the era of the family box is
u -t. (Hl.H fv,. Inn nll.n miirht he
u wie nuu ivnc u "ii'vi-U i T" IBBW would mean givin? up noxt
Old to honor students from, the various secondary or highly (h Philippine and then on
ieeiinc mai me icibutcij
... ill i i l l 4v.A
a aeiiniie interest 111 wie ni m us juuiu uvuu.c.BvU v
expand it by being given the proper facilities. From that, as a
starter, a wiaer appreciation can grow,
The National is a good theater. I always enjoy going there.
Here it ls, the start of another school year in the Canal
Zone and where Is the Superintendent of schools? In the States.
entovlna a vacation, why doesn't
summer when the work is slack?.
Tell me, where In the States school systems does the Super
lntendent take off at the beginning of the school year?
Get With It.
COCO SOLO WASHING MACHINES
'Coco Solo Orphan" (Mail Box, Sept. 6) who complains about
his hard life at Coco Solo naval station should realize that
though he might have a loss of privilege over his washing ma machine,
chine, machine, it was not issued in his sea bag.
Another thing, he ought to be glad to get salvaged effects
from some place else. He's lucky he even has a washer. If he
were Stateside he would pay his entire quarters allowance and
bring his own washer. He should quit complaining. He's never
had it so good.
frond Owner of a Wash Bucket
SHOULD REPUBLICANS BRAG ABOUT IT?
The Secretary of Commerce of the United States, Ezra T. Ben Benson,
son, Benson, might well think twice before bragging to the voters that no
sin fie person in the Eisenhower administration has been brought to
trial for misconduct in office
Your paper last week quoted Benson as saying there has been
"no single indictment, trial or conviction."
To me this just means what I've suspected When a scandal
breaks about a Republican appointee, it's all brushed over, hushed
up, pooh-poohed and it ls hoped forgotten.
The scandals which cropped up in the Truman administration
are certainly nothing for US Democrats to be proud of. But at least
District Attorneys who were Democratic appointees (Truman and
Roosevelt) moved In to bring the rascals to justice.
EensoD says 220 were convicted. I wouldn't know.
But 1 do know Ihat political average Heine what thev are it
seems more than odd that not a
to pook m me past six years tor
BEATING THE LOTTERY
"Befuddled'' (Mail Box. Sept 8i doesn't need a dictionary to
. sort out f JJC.'s reelp for winning the lottery bt Hawdbook
of Mathematical Tables and Formula. He will find the Law of
Probability in such a book.
Not only will b find the formula which states "Let p equal
the. probability of event t in one trial, and q equal the probabil probability
ity probability of failure ot e. The probability that in n trials the event e
will Occur exactly (n-) times ls, etc .
He will also find tables of second, third and fourth deriva derivatives
tives derivatives to help him burn the midnight oil.
JHE& .Upon 'securing this book to beat the lottery, "Befuddled"
should run to the nearest person he ean find who has studied
n.w Vena I7 n V
IT OA II
apm own column
tor readers at The Panama Aaaerlcia
an toadied m teeirriai
he tmaeNead M
t appear the
have aone dui rer uie i
involving . ,Tt
lifted a cohple hundreds dollars I
"KTSl. r i1KiTii. tn.lWl0
ui -uic iuuua i
" rr, . j J,Z
A Panamanian Waiter.
frame ls sturdy. I say let's air
believe, could be done without
n r. .tV.r.lil.4 K. a i i' r, 1 1 r o n n 1 1 Tn
he take his vacation in the
single single person has been brought
matteasance in office. Tain t na
WASHINGTON (NEA) -Tin
problem which the United State
faces in deriding en military aid
to Chiang Kai-shek's defease ot
Quemoy and Matsu has parallel.
Il is fundamentally the
sain,, problem that the United
States had formerly in Korea and
Vietnam. It is the same problem
with variations, in Lebanon and
It is basically whether to recog
nize the realities of international
power politics and t,o giv in to
the idea that might makes right
in coup or conquest.
Under this postulate, the
thing to do is to admit that Pres
ident Chiang Kai-shek is defeat
po generalissimo of China. H. har
been driven out 0' his homelaiif
fo lhp jsIand of Taiwan of Formo
M He is given jttle .chace of
ever returninR to nea1 tht R0V
Dei-iernment of m mmim j,
ls M more economic iug
t'fication for Quemov and Matsu
being held and governed by Na
fionalist China from Taiwan than
there would be for Staten Islanrt
Nantucket Kev West or the Caa
Unas to be held by Soviet Russia
THE USEFULNESS of Ouemov
and Matsu to Taiwan today is
nurelv military, as an outnost or
first line of defense. Tb" ones! r
of whether Taiwan rnuM be hM
if th Red Chine ln-Tvd it
"11-niit attack on the island is mil
And yet, to maintain the Chi
nese Nationalist government on
Taiwan, the United States has
advanced nearly 1.5 billion dui
lars in economic aid loans auJ
grants. To this must b added un
reported hundreds o' millions in
m Htarv sssktam. anH miiiwri
- . rr-,
In another even costlier vettrnie
of the same sort, the United
States has spent J.8 billion dollar
and sustained 142,000 casualties to
defend th Republic of South k
tV ronlrihnr.fn it. h.wnr.
Neither the Korean nor Indn
Chinese wars were won by el
ther side and they settled noth
ing, so what did the United States
get out of the more than four b;l b;l-lion
lion b;l-lion dollars it has invested in Ko Korea,
rea, Korea, Indochina and Taiwan sime
SOME FEEL that from the
viewpoint of practical power poii
tics it would havp been bette.- tr
recognize the realities of tie.--e
The obvious answer given tn
that question is that any such ct
pitulation would have been a
worsB surrender than the one
I which President Eisenhower ami
the Congressional leaden; bawled
lout the. Pentagon brass for report
For the United States to give
UV vieuiain, n.urra. nr laiwan
ii rownl'v-nstrr n,rP,i, nr
)nJsu s ta
the carrying charges
xpayers have not been
so great. They may b? steppel
un, however, if Nasserism or
Communist indirect aggression
threaten to take over more of th-;
From the viewpoint of practical
power politics it may seem silly
to try to hoTster the weak eovern
ment of little Lebanon of the at.i'1
more tottery kingdom of Jor.lan
a country which has no rea".
economic reason for existing.
AGAIN, THE EASY thing for
the United States to do is look
upon the new movement 'or A
rab nationalism as the wave of
the future and let it sweep whe'e
ever it cbooss.
When the United Stales does
that, it sacrif;ces Mrin',in!es
of not only the United Nations
Simon Boiiv.r'. heme;
Van amihican world airwavs istem
KlariB l's5BBBslSS (
I E ea j
I have posed a premise before, i
which deals wilh the desd on the
deck. It is simply ihat one does
not need to understand the mur murderer.
derer. murderer. 1 personally don't care a
bout what led him to kill. What
bothers me is he people who will
never more see the sun set smell
the tlowers, eat a sieak or enjoy
a ball game.
My sympathy is entirely with the
innocent bystander who suddenly
winds up dead. The fact 'he mur
derer hated his father and loved
his mother' or once was frightened
by a strange dog does not exn
the wanton taking of another's
life. With rare exceptions, the old
Mosaic law was good enough for
Moses, and it's good enough for
me. An eye for an eye. .
As this was written we have not
yet collected the awful person who
killed two young, attractive, hap happy,
py, happy, prodent neople. Dr. and Mrs.
Melvin Nimer in Staten Island.
They were killed with a knife be because
cause because they tried to keep the kil killer
ler killer from strangling their eight eight-year
year eight-year old son, in their own home.
The killer left a terrible perpe perpetual
tual perpetual stamp on young Melvin, who
saw the horror, and he also or orphaned
phaned orphaned two more kids, Gregory.
2, and Jeannet'e. five months old.
And he, of course, removed the
doc or and his pretty wife forever
from the world of love and happi happiness.
ness. happiness. Certainly the man must be craz crazed.
ed. crazed. Nearly any callous killer has
to be nuts unless he's working for
the mob for a fee, and even then
Charter but also of thp American
Declaration of Independence as
These principles include the right
of every people to determine
their own form of government, to
remain independent and to be
free from outside aggression.
When the United stanc OPS
to the defense of tiny Lebanon
unrealistic Taiwan c even
eypt when it is attacked by Brit-
Franco ind Tsrpi fh i 5 conn
try Is aiding other small couii
volt. t i writ.ino insur
ance for the futur- ,eci'ritv c.f
"wiri 'Ike the Philippines the
Sudan, Ethiopia, I'rael, Iceland.
Greece or Guatemala.
where your DOLLAR
.aarbeaa tha matt purely Spanish of all Seurh American countritt.
alway, refreshingly cool (like springtime U. S. A.). A charming blend
the new are reflected ia the architecture, customs, and culture. Though Spanish is the
native language, English ipeaking travelers have
jlish speaking travelers have na difficulty in making themselves understood,
hat and the finest international cuisine Recreation ta please everyonel And
alhadral af Zipaqu.ro, unique in the warld; eld pre-Bolivir calanial buildings,
a; and LeaiiMa Ouatavita (sacred lagean af the chibchai).
native dishes n4
the Silt Cathedral
for H i archldi, is ana ef
S. Cititans naad only Tourist Cards laoad far 0 dayi)
- PAY I A
Wearing the Queen's Colors
Dance Them Off
By BOB RUARK
he has to be slightly psycho or he
wouldn't be killing for money.
But at leas, purposeful slaying
such as any gangland murder, has
something to say for itself, be
cause one rat eliminates another
But the thrill killer, the mad
kilter, the perver ed killer seems
to me to be less deserving of run
sideration than ihe hired hood. Of
course he's crazy, but he wantonly
takes lives of s rangers, and then
he is sent quietly back lo the nut
hatch to write his happy memoirs
-in the name of therapy.
- would like to make the bru'al
Hni4 1L.1 .. a
matin mi a man wno is crazv
enough o kill without retson h,1
crazy enough to be exlermmated
O f nnm. L An.:. J?- ,j
as one would put down a rabid
dog, and I resent the waste of the
FURROW QUEEN Daunna
Doebler, of Jersey Shore, Pa.,
has been named "Queen of tht
Furrowv" That's because shi
reigns over the 1958 National
Plowing Contest being held al
M difficulty in making themselves
the gardin spots af Colombia with a
suit1 ypur Travel Aaent
or fell our Offkei
acraaa Insai ike Lafiolatlve Palate
TM OlDtSI AlHlNt IN TM AMI KICAS
state's time and money tt keep
mm in a Kino oi country nun
wuere .lie food and white-coa.ed
service aire free.
Insane killing has to be preme premeditated,
ditated, premeditated, or else what would this
current maaman be doing in an another
other another man's house, attempting to
murder a chilo, and :hen killing
the parens as an after. nought?
They hanged Mr, Qwistie in. Eng England,
land, England, before the anti-hanging mo motion
tion motion started, and he was a touch
peculiar, oo. He was a moral man
who disliked the idea of women
smoking, drinking nr soliciting tn
he rarpfullv nielrad (infill riampa i
killed them, and hen hid them
carefully away in his garden.
r -dfe afSy
tven it ne could., be eHed a
nara way to tin i
wers. He was clearlys insane, but
they danced him off anyhow, for
which I say jolly well done.
In just one day's newspaper we
have news of a man who kidnaped
a boy, led he police a merrv
chase, and endangered the lives of
countless motorists. His errand
was simple, he said. He had a
job of work to do. He was going
to kill his wife.
inlv. Put if hat' a
dozen motorists had been murder
ed by this idiot, ihey are past car caring
ing caring whether his estrangeu vvi.i
had 'rejected his pleas for recon
ciliation lor the last 6 weeks so
he iook a cab from Washington,
kidnaped a youngster, all for the
avowed purpose of Curing every everything
thing everything wi h a gun.
Then we have this charnvng Nav Naval
al Naval gentleman who beat his wife
to death with a jack handle, be because
cause because she wasn't neat around the
house, and who t 'en dio in v
year-old daugh er because she was
crying. And. 1 suppo e, she was
unhappy because her mother was wasn't
n't wasn't neat.
Then this uncontrolled jerk tried
to kill himself, and, as usual lid
II would be nice if somebody
fulfilled his death desires more
comnciemly, in memori"M for the
wife dead the child dead.
I am real sick of 'be sick ones
who get away wi'h murder. Any Anybody
body Anybody with enough savvy to bury
his wife and child after he's bea
ten tbtm to deat'i ;s e ,. ...f
for not being around any more,
M JrSf A M
of the old
TAIPEI Knrmnsa Frnm this
rinaside seal. Man Tsp.lnno inri
John Foster Dulles appear to be
Dlavine a erim pa mo nf hrm'.
manship ia the Formosa Sirai.
Apparently the object is to set
whe can come closer to the brink
of war without nliinBina Avar th
This is borne out by a conftfen
lial report that Mao threw Dul Dulles'
les' Dulles' nam,! up to Nikita Khru.su
chef when the two Communist
dictators met in Peking last
monin. Alao reportedly eluded his
Kremlin comrade lor letting i)ui
les mufrynim away from the
brink in the Middle East.
Communist diplomacy should not
be afraid, Mao said, to look thei
i v Milium rim
cannon in tne muzzle. He suggest-
ed slyly that Khrushchev ma
ubic uccii luxteu ma ;ivrn
peace propaganda nd urged that
I,..- Kaa.. i..ii .... u:
mey sieei i.ommunist oiscipnne to
face war risks.
The. paunchy Chinese crar saw
no advanage in relaxing world
tension and no purpme .h hold
ing Summit meetings except as
n F"l' AirviLr III. in- Mlf
West apnear responsibly for the
com war tne confjaential report
claims. '", .-;
The npt timn Ihsv mot TliiUac
at the briajk, Mao Tenortedlv
advised, they shou'd take one
more sten and let niitloc ha Iho
one to turn ajway frdm war.
'it now awpears that the jrlJy
Chinese Ttpd miv hiv nrsitnilai
...... ' V. (. Lll.UI
ed the Quemoy Matsu crisis, in
ind Anf u; T u.;.
fne case, If remains" to be seen
wnetne'- nao or pujles will turn
aside first. '" .: SB :
Note: Some American observe-s
believe Mao may be trying- to un st "owerjL Howey-r. as.
maneuver us into using atomic lsistant tetary Walter Robert,
weaoons acamat hiV This wfiiiidF?0; wno. the state l.
give him an excuse to demand at.1nments Far Eastern desk.
omic bombs from the Russians
urhn rel,,nt,r,t ,1,.,., .1
nuclear power with Red Uhtni.'
Tt would rtsWset f nwcedent f.r
using nuclear weaeens In liminH-
using nuclear weapons; ih limifei
wars and out the onus on the U
nited States. : m : ,'3B$
Chiang "Kai shek has warned
President Eisenhower that hi;
keep-m-guessirt&pb4icy is a mis
take. The only wf to "vert war
in the Formosa Strait. Chiang af
gued, -is for Washington to issue
a clear warning that American
forces will help defend Quemov
end, Matsu. Any doubt may tempt
the Chinese Communists to, at-
tacK, qe wrote. .Nations
lots, flying Saber, have -h e f ri
their ownlga'inst' 'superior "Mr.
us in air clash' over the. T''
nese mainland. The Saber To-k
ies have actually bagged a few
fleeting Mig 17s...
usin WXim IsfthSv oft
en did in Korea; The- Nationalist
fliers, however, are far more ex experienced.
perienced. experienced. In fact, American ob
servers claim that Nationalist
military spokesman, has mad so
The father of the modern
magaaine was probably-Rich-ard
Steele. Appointed offi official
cial official writer of news to the
English government in 1707,
he got the idea of writing and
publishing a magazine which
would give more than news
and the "gossip of London. Jn
pril 1709 he started the Tat-
er, which came out three
imes a week. Steele was
knighted by George I in 1715.
1 Encyclopedia Britannic
Magic Transformation k
m; 'st '.'; t"
Old fashioned mount mountings
ings mountings don't do justice
to your precious
f'ems. Our modern
mountings will soon
do them proud. It's
like having a brand
new piece of jewelry
at a fraction of the
cast. Mountings from
$10.00. No extra x
efrtirge for resetting.
many public boasts claiming air
supremacy that observers believi
the Communists were provoked
into challenging Chiang's air
Japanese Premier Nobusuke Kl Kl-shi
shi Kl-shi is itching to counter Hel Chi China
na China s economic offensive in the
Far East. Kishi's idea is lo tie
the free countries of Asia togeth togeth-er
er togeth-er with economic agreements that
will freeze out the Reds. Japan
will throw her growing industrial
strength and technical know how
into the battle against Chinese
Communist economic penetration.
. .Kishi WOUM like t' mb.
return trip to Washington next
. r v ooinu. u if i i
spn"? to f nH,t American support
MISSIL8S TO CHINA
Ominous reports Jaav. reached
Mre Of Snvint mi.ciU
- ; ...... ,,r Biuinnei,
to Communist China in specially,
designed railroad cars. These care,
reportedly twice as big as or -ft
f XL naul misiles from Russia
m vua over tne Trans Sfberiiu
railway., .; .The Nationalists dis.
county other intelligence reports
that Red China has already re
reived atomir 'weaoons from Rn Rn-vlaiJTbt?.viets
vlaiJTbt?.viets Rn-vlaiJTbt?.viets "'t want ta
build un -China ac n.i
which, ,e the Frankenstein mon-
ier, nygni some day turn on the
This is nn. Uitiim mtin
the Moscow-Peking alliance. Some
niiiciiyar' nipiomts would lik to
exo'ore the Dossibility of exploit exploit-ins
ins exploit-ins such differences f ..
wedge between the two great
i;"'!1 W niv wi'Tgestions
rliat might lead tO OOStihla runno.
. China... .CMs.;
K"-'h,,k h been eranted sneOt
,0 etese down ".wwn-rs
without a trial tor criticizing Vg
-nvernmeni. inis enulrt hurt h's
friend, Sen. Bill Rnowland. who
IS Hinninff for crnvernnr At I1.!!
ornia. Knowland happens to be
publisher of a great newspaper,
the Oakland Tribune.
Two Taipei officials hive dis
covered a nove' gimmick for sou sou-citing
citing sou-citing bribe's. -They simply dis dispatch
patch dispatch a cit.V demolition tvam f
the vjctim!s home and threaten
t." .. :1T. "" "'
io tear oown nis house unless he
u? .I"rJuV "Kr.
hire school: wis ordered to t take
un new chemistrv exoenmenta
after suspicious authorities discov discovered
ered discovered ingredient fnr VMM hotlo.
of wine In th. school lab...
rne worst drought m so years
nas 'Torceo raipei to cms nrnvn
air-conditioning systems which art
water rnnleri. Itad hnmharilari
Matsu Island Is understandaMy
short o schoolteachers. Ten
teachers were granted aumr
leave to visit Formosa. Now thev
nr re'n.inc tn return Ia thisii
nupils who are studying amtl
nursnn" srrnierv snet's. . .Mt
dame Chiang Kai-shek has writ writ-tn
tn writ-tn to friends on Formosa that
Gen. Nathan Twtnin, chairman
of th jh'nt Chiefs of Staff, sent
an Air Force Plane nil th way
tVrim Wpchipwtnn tn New Orleane
to nidc her un after her recent
Look t All these
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER It, 1951
The members of Club Altamira
i will attend Divine Services at M.
Christopher's rjpiscopal Church,
Parqne Lelevre, on Sunday
7:30 a.m. a as a part of the
observance o; their 6th anniver anniversary.
sary. anniversary. At iSt Christopher's, the day
.will begin with a celebration of
the Holy Communion at 6 h
followed by the sung Eucharist
and sermon at 7:30 a.m. L'e
brant and preacher will be the
Rev. Clarencp Q. Hayes, Pries;
Morning Prayer and Church
School classes will be conduct"!
at Mk30 a.m. and Holy Baptisms
Will be administered at noon,
TbeVe will be no night services
at St, Christopher's as the CHo r
Guild and several parishioenrs will
be travelling to the Atlantic side,
where the St. Christ Choir
Guild will present a concert of
sacred music at Christ Church By-the-Sea
at 3:30 p.m.
There will be two worship serv services
ices services it the Calvary Baptist church
Sunday, at 11 a.m. and at 7:30
Th Rev. Louis A. Sealey, will
be the preacher at the morning
service, and the Rev Ephratme
S. Alphonse. superintendent of the
Wesley Methodist Churches of the
British -Conference in Panama,
will Jje gte.'gaesi; preacher at (he
Th Rev. Alphons Is also the
minister:" of -the Wesley Methodist
Ctrurah 4n this city, and he has
done t extensive and outstanding
missionary work among the Va Valient
lient Valient Indians of Panama.
Th announced sermon tonic:
tor today are: "All Things Work
Together for Good" at the 11 a m.
ervicejvand "Are You Satisfied?"
t the JfeSO p.m service.
Tht' Sunday School will get un underway
derway underway slf 9:30 a.m.. During h c
aftertoeji the officers and teach teachers
ers teachers of the Sunday School will nr
at the Carrasquilla Mission to
conduct the Chidren's Day pro program
gram program for the children in that a-
The nresent nhoto of
Deborah Kerr was shot in Paris. This photo was taken
t)j, Mr. Chevalier's 70th birthday, which is September 12.
Chevalier will soon be seen accompanied by Leslie
Cfcron and Louis Jourdan in M-G-M's "Gigi", and also in
"The Blessing" costarln with Deborah Kerr.
Special musical selections will be
sung by the Calvary Baptist ai a
pella choir, recitations "and dia dialogues
logues dialogues will be rendered by the
children of 'the Carrasqui'l. Sun Sunday
day Sunday School.
All parents of the children who
attend thP Carrasqirilla Sunday
School are invited to the program
at 3 p.m.
Margarita Coco Solo
Sunday evening at 5 p.m. the
Margarita Union Church will con conduct
duct conduct its opening session of ih?
Junior Fellowship which this yesf
will have as its central program
a course in confirmation studies.
The con'irmation course will con
sist of Bible study, church histo history
ry history and doctrine. The class is o
pen to all young people in sev
enth grade or above. Th Youth
Fellowship, for young people of
high-school age, will meet a i 3
p.m. The group will elect officers
for the current year. Followir.r,
the meeting there will be a re refreshment
freshment refreshment hour.
Last Monday, at the church
council meeting. E. F.. McClelland,
chairman of the church financ
ceommittee. announced the leaders
for the annual Every Member
Canvass. The chairmen of itw
various departments are: program,
Mr. Bruce G. Sanders. Jr.: re resources,
sources, resources, Mr. Rufus C. O'Neal;
materials. Mr. Ernest Cotton: vis
itations, Mr Carl L. Newhard As
in past years the congregation
will join with' the other Union
Churches in this Canal Zone in
the joint (jndeavors, of Every
Member Canvass. The climax fote
for this year's canvass is Nov. 16.
On Sunday, the pastor will
prtach on the subject "A Faith
Which Dares." At the early s?rv s?rv-icP
icP s?rv-icP in the Coco Solo chapel. Mr
and Mrs. Kenneth L. McGraw
will assist iffl the ministry, of- hos
pitality while at the 11 a.m. serv service
ice service in Margarita, Capt. and Mrs.
Kenneth S. Roscoe. will serve in
the same capacity. At the U a.m.
Margarita service thp chm'r w'H
sing under the direction of O. E.
VIAURICE CHEVALIER and
PRESIDENT ERNESTO DE LLA GUARDIA Jr., Gov. William L.
Potter and Henry Darlington, (right) President of Rank Minis
de Panama, S.A. at the Lux Theatre Tuesday evening for the
Presidential Preview of RKO's "The Naked and the Dead, which
was filmed in the Republic of Panama a few months ago with
the cooperation of President de la Guardia and the Armed
Forces stationed on the Canal Zone.
by Erskine Johnson
Nf A Statt Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Notable
Quetables; Ann Solium, return.r.g
to a new telefilm series in winch
she plays the assistant manager
ot a big rew xorK noiei.
"Ouch, is my acting rusty after
two years! I have to get tuned
up again. You know, 1 loot, ai
some of my old movies on iv,
and the only reaction 1 hav, is is-'Jeepers!
'Jeepers! is-'Jeepers! What a bad actress I
i nts.of.fr Ttillv Wilder, about Ma
rilvn Monroe's new movie, "Some
Like It Hot": "The whole thing
is farce, in the manner of the 20s,
and I'm getting together as many
areat 'canpsfprs of the oei'iod & I
can George Raft and, for a one
scene finish, Edward Kouin.-ut
I've been working on pictures for
30 vears now and there's nothing
tougher or more challenging
than farce. It s like juggung Ji
meringue pies at once let one
drop and you're dead."
Eva' Le Gallienne, the famed
stage ctress, about Marilyn Mon Monroe:
roe: Monroe: i
"She not only has a powerful
electric quality about her perso personality
nality personality but she is also a very
fine actress I believe that most
critics have been too harsh on
Miss Monroe. She has a great pr pr-sonal
sonal pr-sonal magnetism."
Yul Brynner, after completing
"The Journey" on location in Vien
"It is inevitable that we should
make pictures in their actual lo locales.
cales. locales. Beception is becomm
more difficult and expensive. To
compete With TV we must put on
shows that 'people 'have to see.'
We must dress our tvouct and
deal with special events."
Judy Barland, sizin up
sinin voice of today:
"I've always had a loud, stron
voice. And, if anythin, it els
louder as I et older."
Charles Coburn, 1, veteran of
67 years in the theater, 400 plays
and 65 movies:
"Como to think of it I've come
of age 21 years in thP movies."
They are so much fun I'll never
Danny Kaye, explaining his fre frequent
quent frequent one-man show stage appear appearances:
ances: appearances: "I'm afraid I'd go stale jus'
making pictures. I've got to gel
back to thp audience. It's ..ike
putting your talent on the grind grindstone
stone grindstone occasionally to keep th;
sharpness, the keenness."
Herbert B. Leonard, telefilm
producer, about TV's "kiss of
'iThe wrong sponsor for a good
TV show can be thft absolute kss
of death. It's not always thp
fault of the program when a
sponsor fails to obtain the sales
volume he anticipates. Why ad
agencies and sponsors continue to
try to sell children's products t;
adult audiences and vice versa is
something I just don't under understand."
stand." understand." Zsa Zsa Gabor, sad about L'Af L'Af-faire
faire L'Af-faire Trujillo. "Let's face it. I w-s
silly. And I can't afford to be sil silly
ly silly anymore."
Gary Cooper, In all black west
ern costume for Hangman's Tree":
"I have a funny feeling that I
look like an exclamation poirt'"
Marie Windsor, big-eyed movie
"Cheesecake never did anything
NAMED TO REGULAR ARMY
chief of the ya. Army Mission
Col. Anae H. Speairs and Maj.
members of the Mission, were
Regular Army officers under
Program. Speairs is an infantry oincer assigned as aavisor w
the Venezuelan ground forces. Hon, whose basic branch is ar
tillery, is the U.S. Army advisor to tne Venezuelan arjinery
Ai Rainbow City
The delgates of the Rainbow Ci City
ty City Civic Council got together at
the home of Kenneth H. Weeks
of House No. 6165 Rainbow City
on Wednesday to honor Owen B.
Shirley Rainbow City High School
Principal who will depart from the
Isthmus tonight to take up a
year's study at Muncie, Ind.
P-ior to the, despedida, a brief
business meeting was held. D'tr
in? the session, the' council un unanimously
animously unanimously approved a motion lo
appoint Horace V. Parker to suc succeed
ceed succeed Shirley as representative, to
the Governor's 'Conference.
At the lively partv which follow
ed Dave White acted as master
of ceremonUs. Toasts and speeches
wished the genial prlnciapl a plea pleasant
sant pleasant trip and success in his on
dertaking. A card was also pre presented
sented presented the honoree by Phii'ip i
ry in behalf o' the council. Altre Altre-do
do Altre-do Cragwel who wi act as prin principal
cipal principal during Shirley's absence was
The serving of refreshments
brought the evening to a clos
Others present were: W. Jump
A. Jump, A. Dougue, J. .To-.h.
C. Notyce, A. Lewis, K Jo'eph,
S Spence, R. Sprmger, K Weeks
W Bernard, B. Wilson, O. Morrelt,
E. Thorpe, W. White. B. Walter.
R Beckford, J. Brathwaite, J'
Henlon and Rev J. Spa'din. Mr
and Mrs. H. Cockburn, W. earke,
Mrs. R. Anderson, I Richards and
her ' '
THE BALBOA YMCA-USO Com Committee
mittee Committee of Management has l;ct l;ct-ed
ed l;ct-ed Lt. Colonel Blaine W. Btitt'ers
to be a member of the commit committee.
tee. committee. A native of Utah. Butters
comes to the YMCA Committee
with lone and varied exn?r'""C"
in business and recreation field.
Before netering the servic.- .in
1941, Butters was a partner 'as
an exhibitor in the theater ?nd
recreational park .business Si;ce
coming in the sefvice",7ne Has
served in various assignments: in
the Quartermaster, TransDortation
and Adjutant General Corps, spe
cializing the lost 10' ye-rs in the
Army Snecial Services Recreation
for me except to nut on wp'ht
Joe E. Lewis: "1 have discov discovered,
ered, discovered, afler many years of re
search, that it is easier to s?it
down after drinking standing to
than it is to stand up after drink drink-in?
in? drink-in? sitting down."
Elvis Preslev, in a letter to Ga Gary
ry Gary Crosby: "Sorry I can't be with
you I'm washing tanks."
NataV Wood, on suspension at
Warner Bros, studio: "I'm not
mad at Jack Warner, my hoss
hut I'm waitmg for him to keep
the promis,, he made six months
a"o to piv r a r'ise wVn I
agreed to do 'Marjorie Morning Morning-st'1'"
st'1'" Morning-st'1'" and go out on tour with it."
Sign on the bulletin board of
thp NBC-TV press department:,
"Work hard today the $ob
you save may be your own.".
Movie producer Herbert Svope
tr.: "Success mallows a man.
Failure ages him."
Lt. Col. Otto B. Coludt Jr.,
to Venezuela, congratulates Lt.
William M. Hon. Both officers,
notified of their selection as
the Regular Army Augmentation
U.S. Army Photo).
jfl gay agE
THE GUARDIAN Dramatic symbol of the protection given our strategically-vulnerable bif
cities is this striking photograph. It shows a Nike-Ajax missile installation against the skylne
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THE STARGAZING GENTLEMAN on the right is not part of the Atlas Garden's floor show,
but the rest of those in the picture are. Among the acts are danpers Renaldo and Isabel, tria
roller-skating Colonis, the six singing Johnson Boys, Oscar Moreno's Six Platinum Blondes, N
along With Georgina, Dina Lacastida and Cho o del. Valle. All this twice nightly,' and food
too. wnose inao oa ine rigai.-
NEW YORK (NEA) The secret
of success in making ,recordi ;s
to be "receptive." So says Dbn
Costa, ABC Paramount ctue.
who is currently successful and.
What he means by7 being recep
five is that all kinas ot music, to
him, are created equal. He likes
good music, no matter where tt
comes from. And he is feleVant of
His background undoubtedly help
ed produce this brOad min.ij'J
quality. He's a Boston boy whose
father was an amateur guitar
prayer. When Don was eight, his
father gave him an $8 guitar ;:nd
taught him the chords. That about
finished his musical education at
though he did begin to take les
sons later, then quit when he rea
lized he knew more than his teach
When he was 15, he was waving
for foston radio stations. He'd do
a western show in the mnrnitv?. a
luncheon musicale, a Hawaiian
program in the afternnon and a
jazz' job at night. Out of that kind
of arrangement comes either r?
ceptivity of coffee nerves, and
with Don it was the former
He's still a man who does everv
thing. At ABC Paramount, he'V
audition talent, buy songs, wntr
arrangements, supervise recording
sessions, conduct the orchestri
everything but paste on labels. On
Eydie Gorme's ''You Need Hands."
after the record was finished, he
and Eydie and Steve lAwr?hce
sat up until five In the morning,
pounding on their knees until h?
got the kind of applause sound he
wanted on the record.
He rarely gets home, with jfu
'his. Home is a six acre hilltop in
Nyack, N.Y., where he lives w'th
i tolerant wife, a daughter and n
horse. The horse is presently on
laais uiauager ncwr jjuwuo,
It Pays To Just
Dig Music, Period
vacation, working for a rodeo.
He likes everything he does, al
though he does have his, I prefer
"On one day," he says. "I'll
have to record four delinquents
with some kipd o." rock-and ivl!
chant. The next day. Eydie Gorroe
I know I'll prefer the Gorme
Alan Dale, who's in the "Volare"
race with a good version on MGM,
has a lot of riends pulling for him
to get a hit. He used to be sorie
thing of a wild one. with his name
on front pages instead of where
it belongs. But he's turned over &
new leaf, plans to get married
and otherwise is' a new man.
Just so the whole ourole nast
isn't forgotten, he's written nis
autobiography and it could be a
Peggy Lee's hot "Fever" plat,
ter is surprisingly welcome by
King Records, even though they
have a "fever" of their own, done
mor than two years ago by Lit Little
tle Little Willie John. The reason is that
King also published the sons. ?i
they are getting another does of
Some three years ago, in this
column, lhere was a story about a
Columbia album. "The O'eafst
Moments in Snorts," on whic'i Ihe
actual voices of famous snorts Ir-
ures and events were collected by
Bud Greenspan and Jimmy Ham.
In that story, Gronsnan was
quoted as saying, "We wound up
our editing with onlv tbrap 'iv'V
utes of stuff we didn't use. That's
why there won't be a second al
Well, there's new Greensnan Greensnan-Hammerstein
Hammerstein Greensnan-Hammerstein album, "The Thrill
of Sports." and Bud sovs it ca""
about onlv because the firsi al
bum brought forth a rft. of ni
pie who'd been hiding old record
and tapes in their attir. So rlie-i?
was a second album, after afl As
for third Bud isn't talking this
DICK'S PICKS: Diahann Car
roll's first for United Artists is a
good one. "Guiding Light." Oth Others:
ers: Others: "Little Brass nnd" (Da-
Seville, Liberty); "The Day the
Pains Ciie" (Jane M M n
Kapp); "Tommy's Song" (Barba
witiiuuu ins citr.
DISTINGUISHED GRAD. Lt.
John D. Hayes, above son d" Mr,
and Mrs. Gardner Hayes of Mar
garita, recently received a bache bachelor
lor bachelor of Sciencev degree in health
from Mississippi Southern College,
Hattiesburg, Miss. Immetjiately
following the graduation exercisui
he was commissioned as second
lieutenant. He ranked as a dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished military graduate in re recognition
cognition recognition of outstanding milit.irjr
leadership and scholastic achieve
ment during his four years at
Southern. Hayes will serve in the
Army Medical Service Corps, re regular
gular regular army, and is at present sta stationed
tioned stationed at Brook Moomrial HoiH,
ital in San Arrtoiiio, Texas.
1 1 .in
ra Allen, Felsted); "The Day 1
Died'.' (The Playmates, Rou!ettH
"Blue Ribbon Bai v 't'oTi'ny
Sands, Capitol): "Fire'ly" (Tony
Bennett,-, Colurnbia); "Summer
Rain" .(John Leslie, L i b e r t y );
"Roses of Rio" (Four Aces, Dec
ca); "Pussy Cat" ,(Ames Broth Broth-ore
ore Broth-ore nrAi flah
Male vocalists with fine iien
albums Tony Bennett s "Long
fH ,and Far Away" on Columbia
is Bennett at his best; new star
Johnny Nash, an Arthur Godfrey
hero, has hi? first on ABC-Para-mount,
called just "Johnny Nash";
Nat "King" Cole tackles Span.sh
songs, and does them well, on Ca-
pitol's "Cole Espano:": one of the
Jan Peerce and on RCA's "JaJ
Peerc eri Las 'Vegas" he, shows
it off doing pops, arias and light
Two fine new symphinic records
on, Columbia. Walter and tne
New York Philharmonic play
Mahler's Symphony No. 2 ("fta ("fta-wrrection")
wrrection") ("fta-wrrection") in C Minor: on RCA,
Reiner and tin Chicxgo S.vmpho
v rlsv Tchaikovsky's Symphony
No ("PatheUquc.") Both ar tt
fat 'j,t ..- .5
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RAVEL AGENTS VISIT THE CANAL A group, at leading travel agents In the United States, who spent three days
irtte thfenonth exploring and savoring the delights of Panama as a tourist attraction,- are shown visiting Miraflores
ocks,in the Canal Zone where they were greeted by. Gov. W.E. Potter. After visiting the Locks the travel agents were given a
ipfcrpOgh Gafllard cut the Panama Canal Company. Their local trip was sponsored by Boyd Brothyrs travel Agency, Braniff
lShownHabove areieft" to right? Mrs, and Mr. Martin Lazar of Chicago; Mr. LoiUs Gamier Los Angeles; Capt W. S. Ro-
mon, panel fa canal Marine Director; Mrs. Frances Romine, Birmingham; William M. Brke, New York; Miss MMcrie
mch Waterbury, Conn.; Mrs. Agnes Wilcox, manager of Boyd Brothers; Daniel Ravenel, Charleston ac.; Robert Wheeler,
in Francisco- Mrs Ravenel; Robert Hatch, manager of braniff Airways, Panama; Potter; W.G. Arey, Jr. Panama, Canal Infor-
ation officer- Robert J Boyd, president of Boyd Brothers; Miss Halina de Hennlng, Chicago; and William Y. Boyd of
US A-Power Station
Belter Than British
GENEVA (UPI) The Atems-
for-Peace Conference was inform informed
ed informed yesterday that the U. -fi.
atomic power station at Shipping Shipping-port,
port, Shipping-port, Pa., is operating with far
greater efficiency than larger
plants in Britain and the Soviet
Scientific papers presented show showed
ed showed that fuel elements at the Snip
pingport installation are turning
out between za.uuu ana w.uuu
"megawatt days." A megawatt
day was described as the period
of time needed to iroauce one
million atts of electric power.
The U. S. said it soon expects o
get 40,000 megawatt days from
more concentrated fuels being
tested by the Army at Fort Bel-
By contrast.Britain was report reported
ed reported to be having difficulties with
fuel elements in its first reactors
at Calder Hall. The reactors were
designed o last etween 10,000
and 15,000 megawatt days, .nit
some had to be removed for ex examination
amination examination and reconditioning after
only 1,300 megawatt days.
Soviet delegate S. M. Feihberg
said plans for reactors at a power
station in Siberia call for an out output
put output only "a little higher than
Calder Hall." No details on Rus Russian,
sian, Russian, performance were available.
Frank Sprenz loins
Elite Group On
FBI Fugitive List
WASHINGTON (UPI) Frank
L. Sprenz, a reform scnool grad graduate
uate graduate with Ivy League tastes and
the characteristics of a cname cname-leon,
leon, cname-leon, was added today to the
TDI'c "1ft mnCt OJOntoH flltfitivP"
The FBI said the 28-year-old
fugitive may be -armed and should
be considered "extremely danger
ous, sprenz is reputed to oe an
excellent marksman wno win
'shoot without provocation."
The agency said Sprenz, who
Hons in Riots
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 12
(UPI) At least two Americans
have been deported and two
others jailed on charges of
complicity Jnlsat week's Communist-supported
reliable sources said today.
Earlier reports that 10 Amer
leans have been shipped out of
the country and that 40 to 50
more would be expelled today
could not be: confirmed "hmhejfl-
iately. The sources Indicated,
however, that othe Uj3. citizens
may be penalized in connection
with last week's disorders.
They said Allan Lewis, a lit
erature professor at Mexico's
National University and Ber
nard Balsenheim, general man
ager of the Mexican-American
Construction comjwmy, were
flown out of the country Tues
Two other Americans, Identi Identified
fied Identified only as John Bright and
Elisabeth Catlett Mora. Ameri
can-born wife of a Mexican,
have been jailed here.
Neither the Interior Ministry
the U.S. Embassy, nor the wives
of Lewis and Blasenheim would
comment on reports that they
had been deported. Friends of
Lewis said National University
will fight his deportation.
Sources close to the Senate
Internal Security Subcommittee
said in Washington recently
that "several hundred" Ameri
can residents of Mexico City are
either communists or have
known Communist connection.
Mexican sources estimated
that the fugitive colony num
bers about 200 persons, many 'of
them active Reds and half fel fellow
low fellow travelers.
Included amono the fugitives'
are Albert Maltz, one of the5
"Holywood 10"; .Maurice Halpe-
rin, who fled to Mexico to es
cape a congressional subpoena
in the Harry Dexter White case,
and Asa Zatz, a wartime em employe
ploye employe of the Office of Strategic
New York's ex-mayor William
ODwyer, now an attorney here,
was mentioned in connection
with the Blasenheim deports
tlon. He said that a New York
attorney had asked him to look
into the case, but that he drop dropped
ped dropped it as soon as he learned the
nature of the charges.
SUES OVIR TREE 'M
DES MOINES (UPI) Mrs.
Florence Ryan filed suit in dis district
trict district court here against Mr. and
Mrs. Vare V. Vandall, her neigh-
uuis, aseunf removal or a tree..
Birds alight in the tree, her suit
charged, sad perform "acts of
nature" on her wash.
THW JHMiWINqWniMRHnr ma.ot.er sereeants dlsDlav thei r best promotion smiles as Col. Arthur P. Hurr, Albrook base
cormhaaSer (far rtfiW, congratulates E-8's, (left tdright) Senior MSgt. Daniel J. Cardin, NCOIC petroleum branch Senior
Mogt.'.KDnert E. WriKnt, NUOIC maintenance secuoii. jviaoeiic miv, ociuui itioku. iwivh v, muisau, touuc auvBi viaur.
training department A, School for Latin America;-senior m ogt. unanes w. nuwieriora. Dase iraimnc nuuiu; (senior mkki.
Joseph A. oung, open meS steward supervisor; and Senior MS gt. Robert M. Colpitt, base sereeant major. The enlarged in insignia
signia insignia is shown as the E-8 stripes are not available. (Official TJSAF Photo)
KNOW THEIR NOTES Alice Warden, left, and Linda Pur Pur-See,
See, Pur-See, a couple f music-making charmers, get comfortable as
fjnBiJf study a score at the National Music Camp in Intei lochen,
Mich. Alice. 18, from Woodbridge, Va is a freshman at the
University of Maryland and plays the saxophone and clarinet.
HJ'l.8 from,OberUn o and is majorinE in fine arts and
voice at Oberhn College.
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; voyage of the Nautilus under tha
ile ice was an historic event, it didnt cause too much
; for this card-playine quartet of the atomic sub. Just
i MaAing the polar tea cap, the crewmen tested emer-
l crew s mess department, me
gtMgr weauung apparatus in tni
IV0ID MISHAPS with
Parents Object To
MIDLAND PARK, N.J. (UPI)
Angry parents have asked the
school board here to stop unsched unscheduled
uled unscheduled lectures in marital bliss they
claimed their daughters are get getting
ting getting from a 17-yeair-old classmate
who was married during the sum summer.
mer. summer. The parents told the board
last night the girl was a hari
influence and should be expelled
because she was "boastful about
what her new life is like."
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lines io wear ivy aBue cmu.es, Fr-d E dp piaailp .-n mv.-.
can change his appea""" at- dent gaid the hj h schoo w
most magicaDy with the simple ,, twa old and th toard
addition of a toupee." His moods k. u
, j. j ; MW "W MH.J Vll .Till UldllCIS
change coo from studious. andibecause tnere was m precedent
quiet spoken" to bragging and He said tne state Deniirtmnt nf
playing the 'big shot'.
Sprenz has been on tne loose
since he and four other desperate
criminals made a spectacular es
cape from the jail at Akron, Ohio,
last April 16. Three of the four
were recaptured. The fourth was
shot and killed resisting arrest.
Sprenz is white, 5 feet, 10 or 11
inches tall, weighs 185 to 192
pounds and is of medium build.
He has brown eyes, medium com complexion
plexion complexion and thinning, dark brown
hair. His right little finger is
crooked at the first joint, and he
has a one-inch scar on his chin.
NEW YORK Adlai E. Steven Stevenson,
son, Stevenson, on how to describe United
States foreign policy:
"Clumsy erratic and self
jMiiirauon anvisea mm tnat ac action
tion action could be based only on "ob "objectionable
jectionable "objectionable conduct."
"Isn't being married bad
enough" asked Mrs. H.R. Ma? ?j
"I'm a married man myself,"
De Planque demur-ed. "We have
no jurisdiction over that kind of
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vorced divorced from her present husband,
on her latest boy friend, Dickie
"He's the man I love. I wish I
were free and could marry him."
HOLLYWOOD Debbie Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds and Eddie Fisher, on
rumors they have had a falling falling-out
out falling-out over actress Elizabeth Taylor:
"We are having a misunder misunderstanding,
standing, misunderstanding, and we hope to work it
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seeping a woman back be because
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MRS. DE LA Gl'ARDIA TO ATTEND
IAWC MEMBERSHIP TEA THURSDAY
Mrs. Mercedes Galindo de la Guardia, first lady of the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama, will be guest of honor at the annual 'member 'membership
ship 'membership tea of the Colon unit of the Inter-American Woman's Club
next Thursday. The tea "ill be served at 4 p.m. at the Strangers
Club in Colon.
Mrs. Luisa de Ventura, president of the Colon unit, has an announced
nounced announced that the program will include traditional Spanish dances
presented by students of the National School of Dancing under
the direction of Mrs. Blanca de Ripoll.
Reception To Merk
Members of the diplomatic corps
of the Republics of Costa Kica
Guatemala, Honduras, Micaraua,
and Salvador have extended mvi mvi-tations
tations mvi-tations for a reception next Moi;
day evening from 6 to 8. The oc
easion, to be held in the homa
of the Ambassador of Guatemala,
Will celebrate the anniversaries
of the independence of these five
Central American republics.
Granddaughter Born To
Mai. Gen., Mrs. Dasher
Announcement was made today
Of the birth of a dauhter to Capl.
and Mrs. Robert A. Hyatt at Cor Coras
as Coras Hospital September 10. The
baby has been named Catherine
Mrs. Hyatt and her son, Rohh -,
have been visiting here several
months with her parents, Maj
Gen. Charles L. Dasher, command command-In
In command-In eneral, U. S. Army Caribbean
at Fort Amador, and Mrs. Dasher.
The paternal grandparents are
Cdr (USN, Ret.) and Mrs Delwyn
Hyatt of Washinton, D. C.
Concert This Evening
At National Theatre
An extraordinary concert will be
presented this evening by the Pa
nama Symphony beginning at 8:33
at the National Theatre.
Soloist in the concert will he one
of Panama's top violinist, Alfredo
de Saint Malo, and Walter Myers
will conduct the orchestra. Wonks
from Beethoven. Brahms and
Saint Saens ar included in the
Lt. Gov. and Mrs. John D. Mc McElheny
Elheny McElheny and their children Phyllis
and Bruce are temporarily occuny occuny-ing
ing occuny-ing the quarters of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry L. Donovan, 157 Balboa
Takes pleasure in announcing to all clients and
friends that from Saturday September 13, an speciality
will be served every week end.
We will also continue offering our regular .menu.
This week end we will serve our well known BUCHI styled
chicken and meat with (Rice, beans and plantain).
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Miss Garrett Returns
To School In Taxes
Miss Madelon Garrett, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Day of An An-con,
con, An-con, plans to leave Sunday even
ing for Fort Worth, Texas, :ihe
will enter her junior year at Texas
Entertain For Travelers
Mr. and Mrs. inocencio Galindo
entertained with a small Dartv at
their residence honoring Dr. and
Mrs. Aurelio Botero and sons, who
have recently returned from Eu
rope and are continuing their trip
to Colombia. Mrs. Botero is the
sister of Mrs. Galindo.
Fert Clayton Wives
Entertain At Coffee
The regular monthly coffee at
the Fort Clayton NCU Wives uuu
was held Wednesday morning. Mrs.
Alice Craver and Mrs. Helen Shan
non were in charge of refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments. Plans were made for a spalsh
party next Wednesday morning at
9 at Williford Pool. Club members
and their children are invited to
Announcement was made that the
dale for the husband wife dinner
dance has been changed to Sep September
tember September 20. Reservations for dinner
may bP made by Saturday with
Mrs. Euna Cameron, 7 2214, or
Mrs. Jacqueline Flynn, 7-519,
United Nations Delegate
Returns To New York
Lt. Col. Alejandro Remon, per
manent delegate to the United Na Nations,
tions, Nations, left Panama with Mrs,
Remon this week to return to New
(Continued on Page 7)
m'f'J promptly U ttiaumi' tkmtm.
...! S:00 ,nJ 10 .. (t
Each notice for Inclusion in taw
column insula be tupmittee' m
ttsi-writttn term and mailed ee
th box numket listed daily in io io-cial
cial io-cial and Otherwise," delivered
by h.nd te the oHice. Notice" et
meeting! cannot be accepted by
A regular business meeting ol
the Club Altmira will be hM
this evening at the French Society
hall in this city, it was announc
today by a spokesman for the
The spokesman also said that a a-part
part a-part from the usual matters on
the agenda, the group's attendant',
at services Sunday morning at
7:30 o'clock at the St. Chrisitoph
er's Episcopal Church in Parous
Lefevre and a luncheon at the El
Panama Hilton Hotel later wilt al also
so also br discussed.
This is a continuation of the
club's activities in connection with
the sixth anniversary celebration
j"th the bis event being planned
for Saturday, Sep, 20th at the
A handicap at the President
Remon racetrack last Sunday hmh
lighted the beginning of these ac
During the luncheon, John De
Noia. cultural affairs officer of
the U. S. Embassy will be special
Atlantic Camera Club
A PSA slide lecturP on compo composition
sition composition will be given by Bella Finne
at a meeting of the Altantic Ca Camera
mera Camera Club next Monday evening
at 7:45 in the club rooms at Mount
Hope. Members are asked to bring
five slides for the evening's com competition.
petition. competition. Hat 'Garden'
MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UPI) -Mrs.
John E. Hooper is "grow "growing"
ing" "growing" her new bonnets for next
Mrs. Hooper, wife of a retired
railroad man, makes ha's from
gourds grown in her garden. She
takes the skins off full grown
gourds and uses the skeleton for
fashioning chapeaux. She said
they can he used in their natural
color a straw yellow or can
Beside Bazar Espaftol
Rings from $14.50
Earrings . .from $39.00
Watches ...from $35.00
Charms from $ 2.00
Bracelets ...from $22.00
Ladies rings from $ 4.00
t e m A A
men rings .irom j .uu
Babies rings from $ 2.00
Chains from $ 4.00
Trays from $ 4.50
Pitchers from $ 9.00
Flower Pots from $ 1 .95
Tea Sets ...from $35.00
Service for 6 from $ 4.50
Service for 8 from $19.50
for ladies A mart
Plan for Christmas
Ave Central 13-00
Beside Bazar Espaftol
t to the
T It to a Centrel
13 Citrus fruits
14 Spheres of
II Dutch uncll
21 Luminal ie;
25 Parish in
36 Roman date
43 Depot (ab.)
58 Animal horn
17 Tenant under
2 Depend upon
3 Friend (Fr.)
7 Artist's tram
3 Footed vase
19 Doctor (ab.)
24 Make efforts
28 Unaccom Unaccompanied
panied Unaccompanied 28 Among
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENt.I
When Ann's parents have you
to dinner, Ann takes you over un until
til until her bedtime at 9:30.
Barely have her parents greet
ed you befort Ann herds you jj. jj.-stairs
stairs jj.-stairs to see her movie projector.
At dinner she tells you everything
she did on rainy days at cirr.p
this summer. After dinner, bring bringing
ing bringing out the beaded belt she macio.
she describes every detail 01 its
Try and stem her chatter to
ask her parents what they think
of the Middle East crisis and
Ann at once reasserts control of
the conversation by announcing,
"We had a camp song. Would
you like to hear it? It goes: Oh,
whispering pines and campfire
Her parents never say, "That's
enough now, Chatterbox. Let some someone
one someone else talk now."
They refrain from this correc
tion lest they "humiliate' Ann by
suggesting that her insistent chat
ter is boring.
It is terribly boring.
And Ann knows it. You can
tell she knows it by the strain
that enters her voice as your at attention
tention attention begins to wane. She knows
the exact moment when your dis disinterest
interest disinterest becomes irritation. As sue
jumps up to sing th,, camp song
that forces your attention back to
her, a look of desperation comes
into her face.
At bedtime, knowing that she's
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Answer t Previous Puixle
29 Time and
39 On time (ab.)
41 Cubic meter
44 Fork prong
49 Honey makers
52 Scatter, as hay
55 East (Fr.)
failed to command your approval
ot ner as more interesting man
her parents, she can't bear to
leave the scene of her failure. So
there are protests and tears of
irustration that tinbarras every
It is cruel to encourage c 1 1
dren to imagine that theii conver
sation is endlessly facinating to
If this strikes us as true, we'll
lose our fear of tharfirm"Thal'
lose our fear of that firm "That.
enough now, Chatterbox," and will
be able to protect Ann againut
the bored irritation of dinner
guests she now feels obliged to
entertain for two hours.
We "humiliate" children 1 I V
Ann, not by corecting them but
bv eivine them .mrial resnnncilti.
lity that's too heavy for them. It
is very noDie ot us to want to
spare them "humiliation" but
this desirable end is not accom
plished by allowing them to make
onensive unit tools ot temselves,
NEW YORK (UPI) For a
quick and tasty shortciii'ii
spaghetti sauce, take 1 can of
stewed tomatoes 1 can of torn a
to paste add chili sauce and
tobasco to taste, simmer all for
half an hour. For meat sauce,
brown the chopped meat as usual,
and stir in.
Si ft rf f
M 1 1 11 I M 1 1 I i
By OSWALD J
Written for NBA Service
as A K J 10
V A 101$
V i 1
A 7 2
W K 653
North and South vulnerable
East South Wast North
Pass Pass 1 Double
3- 3 Pass 4
Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead Q
WEST'S opening diamond was
a semi-psyeme lead uitecting bui
and did not keen North and Smith
from bidding their spade game.
East won the first trick with
the ace of diamonds and took
stock Of the situation. Obviously,
the only way to beat thP hand
would be to collect two club
tricks and he had to attack the
-This left him with the problem
Of which Club to lead ShnnlH
partner hold ace-nine-small hit,
cnoice did not matter, providec
his nartner would hnin h,ri, ti,o
ace. If south held the ace noth
ing mattered at all.
A low lead would give declarer
an automatic low nlav l' h held
the nine so that was out and it
was up to &ast to choose between
the ten and the jack. He selected
the ten on the theory that a false
card play was more likely to
work than the natural one.
It worked all right. South went
into a long huddle and finallv
came to the conclusion that the
ten spot was the higher card of a
doubleton, He played th king
and wnen West took his ace and
returned the suit South was doom
ed to defeat.
While credit is due East for hia
deceptive lead, I felt that South
should not have fallen for the
play. If East held a doubleton
club West would have held fivn
of th,, suit and probably would
have chosen to take a save bt
five diamonds against the vulner vulnerable
able vulnerable game contract.
Q-The bidding has been:
Beat Statlr Wm'-' North
Pass 3 Pass
3 N T.
You, South,- hold:
AS VAQ10S5 4AJS7 KS
What do you do?
A Pass or redouble If you like
te gamble You have your full
values and then some. Under no
circumstances should you run out
to one of your suits.
The bidding has been:
East South West North
You, South, hold:
4AQ 1065 VK 5 4 A J 8 7 3
What do you do?
Use it on rice! Son how
delicious it is with sea
food, spaghetti, meat,
ffff aalada every everything.
thing. everything. Add Maggi Ketchup h
nil your meals a n t
everybody will bo delighted.
ma Line Silling
Many Canal Zone residents, in
eluding Capl. Ernest B. Rainier,
assis ant port captain in Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, su e among the pd-vtugm
booked to sail irom New York te
day aboard the Panama Liner
Thirty passengers sre bound for
The comnlete Diinngr list far
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adie; Mrs.
Mary A. Baldwin; Mrs. Dorothy
C. Barbour and daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. John T. Banra t t
three children; Mr. and Mrs.
waiter w. uanson; Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Carroll, Jr., and five
children: Miss Alice R. rhmw.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J, Chase and
two children; Douglas Clifford;
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clumpus Clumpus-Miss
Miss Clumpus-Miss Elizabe'h A. Conley; Miss
Marguerite F. Conley; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward J. Cullen, Mr. and
rare, wiuiam n. Lushing:
Miss Phvllis Dannv Mr .-A
Mrs. Burton J. Deveati and four
emiaren; Mrs. Brumilda Dogue;
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W Donohue
and two children; Thomas J. Dorg
an; Miss Miriam Farn Rn.u
. Fa u nee; Geerinek- Mr
Lena B. Graham; Mrs. Amy Rose
Gray; Mrs. Louise L.tHanbwy
and daughter; Mrs. Evelyn F
iiaiuugiuu ana Mr. and Mrs
Willard W. Huffman and three
Mr-and Mrs. John L. Irwin and
BY GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA Food and Markets Editor
Friends in southern California
boastful about their Long White
potatoes, introduced us to a va
riation on the hot dog theme.
iiiaa iney oio.
Fancy Potato Dogs
One package (10) hot does. 3
cups seasoned mashed Lone White
potatoes, 1 teaspoon prepared
horseradish, assorted tonpinas
such as chili sauce, sliced stuffeJ
olives, chopped ireen onion, grat-
eu cneuuar cnecse.
Partially split not dogs length-
Plays by Tennessee William
Inge. Ar.hur Miller, John Van
Druten, Thormon Wilder and Ru Ru-bect
bect Ru-bect Anderson are included in
"Best Palys of the Modern Am American
erican American Theatre," a new book edit edited
ed edited by John Gassner, which was
placed in circulation this week by
the Canal Zone Library.
In this newest addition to his
outstanding play collections Gass
ner, professor of playwritiui! and
dramatic literature at Yale Univ University,
ersity, University, reviews the period from
1951 lo 1957 relating the play playwrights
wrights playwrights and their plays to the his history
tory history and environment of the time.
He has written a separate in introduction
troduction introduction for each play and in
this discusses the plav. the
author and the Broadway produc production.
tion. production. The seventeen plays featured in
the volume are "I am a Camera",
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof", "The
Rose Ta'too," "A Moon for the
Misbegotten," "A Hatful of Rain",
"Picnic", "Bus Stop" "Tea and
Sympathy," "A View from the
Bridge," "The Crucible", "Inher "Inherit
it "Inherit the Wind", "The Caine Mutiny
Court Martial," "The Fourposter"
"The Seven Year Itch," "The
Ma chmaker," "No Time for
Sergeants," and "The Solid Gold
The complete list of new baoks
and their authors announced by
the Library this week follows:
NON-FICTION-An Epitaph for
Dixie, F. S. Ashmore; Alain's
Steeplechase, Alain; The Naked
Face of Genius, Agatha Fassett;
Spain's Struggle for Freedom,
Lawrence Fernswor h; Riverside
Sermons, H. E. Fosdick; Best
American Plays, Johnn Gassner;
Goad Housekeeping Book ut Baby
snd Child Care, L. E. Holt; Mime,
Joan Lawton; That Crasy Am American
erican American Music. Elliot H. Paul; The
Early ChurchiUs, A. L. Rowne;
The Complete Ou'board Boating
Manual, E. A. Van; and fyM fyM-hroniied
hroniied fyM-hroniied Swimming. Fern Yates,
.lcTi1 w D,r"BI ds of
Msy, H. E. Rates: Ten Seconds
From Now, Kay CieeUis; Royal
Succession, Maurice Druon; Af er
noon of an Author, F. g. Fittg.
erlad; A Weekend In the Middle
ot the Week. O. S. Gogarty; The'
ivosi uivk, uana Lyon; Legacy of
a Spy, H. S. Maxfleld; The Stop Stopped
ped Stopped Clock, J. T. Rogers; Note of
Grace, Betty Singleton; and War
Country, W. O. Turner,
TOKYO (UPI)-Aa epidemic of
sleeping sickness raging in Japan
and the Republic o Korea i
day appeared to haye passed its
peak. However, the unofficial
death toll had reached 1,948 and
was expected to psss 2,000.
daughter; Miss Laars KaU; Miss
Josephine Kawkiel; Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Keiber; Mr. William H. Kel Kel-ler
ler Kel-ler and son; Mr. and Mrs. Grego.
ry E. Kennington and three
children; Mrs. Helen C. Keon;
Tevrence Keon; Mr. and Mrs. S.
Kidd; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P.
Laverty; Miss Adele V. Luccheti Luccheti-Mr.
Mr. Luccheti-Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mable and
son, Mrs. Florence N. Miller; Mrs.
Loretla Muran; Mr. and Mrs.
John M. MoTison; Mr. and Mrs.
Edward J. Murphy; Dr. and Mrs.
Gmllermo de Parades; Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Patinsud; Miss I
Qum'y; and Miss S. Quinty.
Capt. and Mrs. Ernest B. Rain,
ler and two children; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry D. Raymond and tw
children; Mr. and Mrs. Robert J.
Rennie and daughter; Edwin J.
Roddy; Mr. snd Mrs. William 1.
Roh; Mr. and Mrs. Clifton VT.
Rylt?; Mr. and Mrs. Robert J.
Saarinen and two children; Dr.
and Mrs. Hugo A. Sacchet; Mr.
ind Mrs. Joseph J. Saiu, and two
children; Mr, and Mr'. Joffre R
Mrs RuHnL. Turner; Mr. and
mm John.ny v"cher' nd three
children; Mrs. Muriel Wakem and
daughter; Leon J. Warner; Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond L Whitney and
son; Miss Heien Williams; Mr.
ttilo?iB1Um.H- Wy"M I
Comes Into Own In
wise. Combine mashed potatoes
with horseradish. Pile potato mix mix-hire
hire mix-hire on hot dogs. Top as desired.
Broil 7 to S inches from source of
heat 15 minutes or until piping
hot and potato is lightly brown browned.
ed. browned. You'll like this banana recipe
with its Central American flavor:
(Yiel: 4 servings)
Four firm bananas (use all yel yellow
low yellow or slightly green tipped b
nanas), lMi tablespoons melted but butter
ter butter or margarine, salt.
Peel bananas. Place in well well-greased
greased well-greased baking dish. Brush well
with butter or margarine an d
sprinklp lightly with salt. Bake
in a moderate even (875 de degrees
grees degrees F4 15. to. 18. minutes, until
bananas, are tender or, easily
plMpiOrwi s fork.iServe hot as
avegifetable; or -si a dessefj lth
cream, syrup or a hot fruit sauce.
Mrs. Allen Long is still laugh laughing
ing laughing about the conversation she
had with one of her new first-grade
pupils in Atlanta.
The student, a boy, was as anx anxious
ious anxious to learn about his teacher
as she was to become acquainted
with him' he inquired:
"Are you married?"
"Yes," Mrs. Long answered, "I
"Oh. that's f i n e." he boy
beamed. "So's my mother."
These sre difficult times even
for bootleggers. Take it from Ed Edward
ward Edward E. Arms, 36, who knows
Appearing before Federal Judge,
Robert L. Taylor at Knoxville on
charges that he had been hauling
moonshine from Tennessee to, De De-Iroit,
Iroit, De-Iroit, Arms made It known
through his attorney that hp had
not been making a cent- These
were the reasons he offed:
1. Tax agents are finding and
des roying stills wi h disastrous
2. New industries in Cocke
County, where the booze was be being
ing being made, have greatly reduced
the surplus labor supply.
3. The Cocke County alcoholic
product is of such poor quality
tha the demand has dropped.
The foono'e: Arm drew 30
months in prison, where the ec economic
onomic economic outlook is fully as poor.
Comwe y u roubles with
those 'of O. C. .Long, a service
station manager at Kenner, La.
While Long was making repairs
on s motoris 's car, the owner's
wi"p gave birth to a baby on the
Before he had tims to recover
from this experience, ano'her mo motorist
torist motorist appeared, pulled a knife on
Long, bound his arms and stole
$130 from the cash register.
Even trains aren't exempt from
ticket-happy traffic .officers. A pa' pa'-trolman
trolman pa'-trolman a Hattiesburg, Miss.,
charged a Southarn Railway eng engineer
ineer engineer wi'h obstructing traffic by
leaving his train parjted more
than Ave minutes at a downtown
At Xaittord, VaTwilttam t. Gil
bert has won a second tarsi as
Not an unusual feat except
that his firs', term was in im,
when he wa 31 years old.
And in Jackson, Miss., Mayor
Allen Thompson edmiu a
lives information more freely i
newspapermen than to radio ana
"I am quoted every day in tho
lewspapers, but can always claim,
I wss misquoted," he explaiied.
"With a tape recording, you east
play it right backhand I don't
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER U, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Social and (Jlherwii
fort Guliek NCO Wivet
Attend Business n.ee..itf
Members 01 the Fort
! After the meeting, re'rethmenls
'were served by Mrs. Terry Tr
Gillie ana Mrs. Helen Murdoch. o;
Nm Wives vi" roetlroers auenaing toe p
Twi k...s.. meeting were Mrs. Marty. Saunders, Mr.
Say Vvemng - .Ruth Criss, Mn. Audrey Bars
j5 artr rag b .MBnt
ntil iludin8 Mr.. Vid Hirn, jHennlng, Ms. Nora Perry.
hospitaj; Mrs. Frances ergr -
pitality; Mrs. Barbara Brown, bin- . DaVMU
m- Mrs Anne Wllsou, All JllllW lC CfllJ
PT' .!..; eh.m- Mrs. "7-"
Virginia traig, uum "r :
Uincy WUMama, chanty; Mrs. uoi
tr Foster, publicity.
New members welcomed inw
the club were Mr. Jody Mom.,
no selection it in npisnB 2arb
Mrs.. Alice, Holmes.
Vote Record False
. ,,,ir"ivM i hp! i Sen
Charles EVPoJter (RMich.) said;
Abused By Adults
NEW YORK (UPD-rSuperman
prison garb, mue-s;zeo coi.
ster were featured today in an
exhibit of paintings by emotion-
.11, HittnrhH hoVS.
The show, which opened at the
IB.M. (it erv m fl" auu m
ences, New York, demonst-a es
how art therapy if a wire
wyck School the .'calm-
entpr that was featurtd in
television movie, "The Quiet
pintins according to ar
. in aal- i noranK r.i iii.ii rvi aiiiw
Practices Umm. ee e ingi,. tPOubted chUd
'Alette his vo'ing!.bow how he Picture, his heroes
P"""" his adversaries end mmseu
But the senator cum J"
Committee Chairman A. L. Hayes
failed to say whether he is also
checking a similar ctorgj : against
a third group-lhe AFL-CIO Com Commit
mit Commit ee on' Political Education
tor said COPE was
Through such paintings, she
aid. sscret" o..' fteviP'r- m -v
come tumMine mit tid dues .are
found as to how flie child may
When Jerry, ui;, pain'ed, he
p-oduced an inmate who ruletf a
thejjil scene. A policeman at the
..A.."; .,-v, m this damaa-Tnmatr'8 tool i
aourtc m. luuv- - ,. 1.4
' "Thiler In the picture. The second
step on. And so is ait other prison
prisoner is swinging a pick.
The domineering inmate
source oi muv i - -ing
material" in the two publica publica-th
th publica-th Minhiean AH L. I I'J
News ud the United Auto Work
r.tPXiins whether the EthVisuch a hero in 'he boy's mind,
, IL7Z, rommittee will as- Recording to Miss Kramer, the
accurate reporting in the 1 a b o r delinquent acts.
press," he dcl: wiltwyck's boys produced a
Po ter made public one para of nr -'e- nich
ETJe lSSZaZ" blmare pictures The art therapist
darity for their "contentions.
The senator had said in a le.ter
to Hayes that the New
j '. t L:,.tntAr1 Kic vntintf rpc-
aaiiiy nuwu -PPnn, rreatures
cord in several instances, ci ing geus (1?bt,Ui;escV
LUr th MS lllfl1 uuiv.c. 4tv tM
airl this is beciu'''' ao""' n
their worlds have been abusive,
violent and rejecting. "Monsters
ViM Mled with dan
ert n'ctures .f
. familu lifa This mic nn arpirlent
similar misstatements were made ..
'Wil wyck boys have never
similar missiaiemeu. nt "'"""'Mits Krame- said'
about Sen. Chapman Revercomb M,iI,,ym u ff'm-
4tt-W,vaj. r pvnfpripnppd warm family nli
W'TL.'iri.h tionships. They cannot depict
print his t f. h h have never ,,
bshing instead an almost tnyisi
ble aumission of error" relating; ,
to a boldly headlined r.iele. larClWOre, OtnCf
bonuarny never ma may ui
rection, he added
Fed up with bouse work? Tir
ed of being tied down? ConiMee
ed tntt you can't find even a tew
wnirs a week to call- your own
Then maybe thto letter will pert
A housewife writes: "With four
;mall children and U my own
work to do, I used to feel a'ou'
is dull tnd drab as any woman
could. All 1 did, it seemed to me.
was cooki end scrub, wash and i
xn, and try to keep four bevs
rom killing themselves, each 0h
r, or completely wrecking ih
"I'll emit I often felt sorry
or myself because I never hid a
minute I could cell my own, I
ilways found time to get the chil
'ren to the doctor and dentist,
ime to do errands for my rui
hand, time to heln out a neighbor
me to bake a cake forachurch
'ime to bake a cake for a churrh
supper j-but neve,. tme to do a
lything I wanted to do.
"Then on. day it .dawned on
ne that it was nobody's fault but
my own that I never had a mf
lie I could call my own. I
ways fout.d time to get the chi!
'ren to the doctor and dentist,
'ime to do errands for my hu
'-and, time to help out a neighbor,
ime to bake a cake for a cht'rrK
tiDper but never time to do any
thinp I wanted to rio.
"Tben one day it dawned or
mV that if was nobody's fattl!
nit my own that I nver had a
minute for myself, f 1 com1
Take time for everybody else 1
could make t'm for mvself. in1
"So now for the past year i
Savp had 'Mama's afternoon of.
Every Wednesday afternoon I hirr
a sitter for four hours with mo"
v I squeeze out of my household
-llowance. And short of havim
i hld who i too sick to leave
1 take o'f from home evr
'Vednesdav to do something 1
wait to do.
"It may be a leisurely shor
ling trip. Or a vhit with i frier
'ir a movie my husband doesr"
care about seeinf. Or an appo'r
nonf at the beauty shop.
"What I do isn't very inm"
'ant. But knowing I have a h"'
iav off a weft' rnmin" ,r w
,nend anyway I choose has madf
me a lot hapmer pn. i -u
lot 'sier for my family ti
"I'm writing you all this tr
cause I thniieM some of "o
readers might be dragging alcnr
the way I used to. feeling v:
ion't have a minute to call the;
own. I just want to tell them Ihn
nnbodv gives a busv housewi'
time for herself. She has to mak
81 Students On Honor Rolls
At Paroiso LA High School
Four students of th. Pereiso 1 Lillian Atherley, Conrad Blades,
Latin American High School maoe I Eyda Sanchez, Charles Welsh. Cr Cr-Lh
Lh Cr-Lh "A" honor roll for the lh;ra los Mussa. Tyrone Robinson, An-
marking period ending Sept. a, dres Griffin, Silvia Morales, Jean
whUe 7 made the "B" honor roll.
"A" ,Honor Roll: Edilma More
no, Louis Brownie, Delphina Ash
ley, Cecilia Scales
"B" Honor Roll: Ilene Pllgim,
Eleanor Joseph, Joan Graham, Vo Vo-anda
anda Vo-anda Tappin, Reva Richer da,
Louisa Nurse, Norma Wilkinstin,
Ruby Savory, Joyce Holness Rt
cardo Iglesias, Ladylease Good
ridge, Lorraine Dunn, Rlcartio
Cox Marva AUeyne, Lynette Hind
Wilbert McKinnon, Ruben Go
mez. Robert Ramsey, Stanford Le Levy.
vy. Levy. Hazel Joseph, Irene Good-
ridge, Eva Wilson, Eledia, Walkes
Olga Singh samara lownseno,
Alexander seaies, Gisa Haarigai,
Ursulla Lyder, Dorna Dvis, Y
vonne Gittens, Jeanne Gordon. Kay
Johnson, Sarah Johnson, C'-Mid-'tf
lonea Norma Jonei, uorotny
Blades, Magnolia Cumberoi.
ette Fyffe, Alma Beckles, dau
dette Soley, Maida Icaza, Wilhel
mina Damels, Mabel wuson, stan
ford Walrond, eustace Trotman
l.oms Snrauve, GUberto Moreno
Nicomedes Diaz, Glen Bourne,
car Townsend, Lelix Rioa, V il
Ham MiUett, Sandra Brathwaite,
Herman Laing. Susanna Barber.
Norma Brown, Eugene Wilson ts
tanislao Vergara, Harold Titus
Beverly Seaies, Elda Sanchez
Winston Powell, Audrey Levy, Leo
nie Holmes, Holland Gayle, Vic Vic-let
let Vic-let Gaskin Steven Garnett. Yvonne
Bryce, Agenes Blades, Andrea Ash
ley, Vincent Ford.
Binq Crosby's Son
Booked On Coast
For Drunken Drive
SNATA MONICA, Calif., Sept 12
'UPD Lindsay Crosby, 20yer
Id son of crooner Btng Crosby,
was booked on drunk drivic
harges last night and released on
California highway patrol offic officers
ers officers said they detained th stock v
indsome youth after his car
"k a parked automobile. He
, 'i eld for city police,
o.icers said young Crosby flunk
i a sobriety test at the scene
v the accident and was jailed. A
friend" put up the bail.
Many young girls learn a van,
able exercise in their school ;ym
classes. But when they get older
they rarely use it. It is to roll
your head around limply. Make
St go in a complete circle to reta
tense neck and shoulder muscles
Gardening and other outdoor
tasks ar. just as hard on hands
as indoor scrubbing. Smoothing
on hand cream before beginning
a project helps keep dirt from
working into the skin. The best
way. though, to wotect hands
'rom steins and grime is to wear
Nuclear Power Plant
Will Boost Cuba's
GENEVA, Sept. 12 UP(D- Cuba
plans to boost its production of
tobacco, copper and other miner minerals
als minerals significantly with th. Western
Hemisphere's firs: nuclear pow
plant outside the United States and
Canda, Dr. Marcelo Alonso, tech
pical director or the nuclear ener
gy of Cuba said today.
Tht (.300,000 plant is scheduled
to begin pouring out 23.000 kilo
watts Of electricity to the copper
and tobacco rich Pinar del Rio
area by J961.
Alongo tola newsmen at the se
cond Internationa! Conference on
the Peaceful Uses o' Atomic ener
gy that current plans call for near
v doubling electricity output of the
The bulk of it he said, is to be
used by the copper Industry there
and for aiding irrigation of tobacco
The power plant, which will be
in Santa Lucia harbor, was eon
tracted for last week with an Ar
glo-American combine. It is part
of a 15.000 000 project by the V
tional Bank for Soc'al and Econo Economic
mic Economic Development of" Cuba (Bani'f
Alonso. at a formal press confer
ence on the next to-last day of t'v
two-week atomic gathering said
tht plant would supdy electrici'y
at rates prevalent throughout Cu
Uba and eventually pay for itself.
"We do not expect to lose mo
ney on the deal." he said. Poin'
ing out that onventional eleeni
city costs in the area are extreme
A Juicy Bit
Now knees are in for a mi'ch
ignored beauty treat. The rev on
shorter hemlines this season
Just like elbows, knees get rouah
and red, especially after a sum
mer of gardening. To get them.
in shape again, us a complexion
brush while bathing. Then mi;s
safe in a softening cream, but
NtW XUHA. I urn -eio.eid ,( t tne knee,
nucing oranges, grate the peel your g, lm00th and nat,
ina sicre u in an anugm ion ion-''iner
''iner ion-''iner in the refrigerator. Some
of i's many uses: add to pancake
batter, mix into sweet rolls,
prinkle in fruit salad, add to
chocolaie fudge candy or frosting.
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Thousands of miscellaneous
hardware and bher items will be
sold by sealed Mf lTtit the
fl" men Naval Station.
Hand tools, hydraulic j a &k
Mectrre powe- cables, mfchine
A bilts, wheelbarrows, incandescent
smos, and tires are among some
NEW YORK (UPI) Vary
Waldorf -salad, fruit salad or cole
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REPRESENTED AT VATICAN
VATICAN CITY (UPI)- Forty
.even nations have diplomatic rep
!-esentatives 33 of them ambas ambassadors
sadors ambassadors accredited to the Vati Vatican,
can, Vatican, an official church survey re
vealed today. The United Slates ward off this aeing dryness and
is not represented. give a dewy, soft appearance.
Your summer tan may be was11
ing off by now. See that your back
presents a smooth, c!c a"
Knee for evenings on the dance
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Use a back brush to soap the
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way dead skin that you might oth
A summer's exposur0 often
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crinkly look. A nightly rubdown
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By Chinese Reds
VATICAN CITY (UPI) The
Vatican City newspaper Osser
vatore Romano said ms-
night the Catholic Church in China
is undergoing a persecution un
paralleled in the darkest ages of
The newspaper carried a long
review of events in China in com commenting
menting commenting on an encyclical letter
made public Monday in which
Pope Pius 11 condemned the un
authorized election of Chinese
bishops by Communist-sponsored
assemblies as "rebellion" against
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Warns, Ashburn Making
(Based en 350 official at bat-.)
Both Go 2-For-4 To Gain
On Pete Runnels, Musial
Editor: CONRAOO SARGEAN T
Late Bids to Win Batting Titles
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By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (UPI) Ted Williams
and Richie Ashburn are making late bids to win the
major league batting titles and give Boston and
Philadelphia fans something to cheer about in other otherwise
wise otherwise drab seasons.
G AB R H Pet.
128 444 62 150 Sir
137 552 86 185 155
139 539 99 184 .33
138 539 104 177 .32S
132 478 85 151 .ilt
140 559 113 176 .315
134 543 79 170 .313
136 513 80 156 .304
135 510 93 155 .3';!
Musial, St. L.
Mays, S. Fco.
Boyer, St. L.
Williams, seeking his second
straight crown and the sixth of
his career, moved into a virtual
tie with teammate Pete Runnels
for the American League lewd
festerday while Ashburn, trying
for hit second title, cut front front-runner'
runner' front-runner' Rtan Musial's National
League lead to
laas to the Chicago White
lox while Ashburn went 2-for-4
is the' Philadelphia Phillies rai raised
sed raised to beat the Los Angeles
Bob Cerv hit his 33rd homer
If the season as the Karfsas Ci Ci-ly
ly Ci-ly Athletics beat the Baltimore
Moles, 7-1. And rookie John
Romonosky's fine relief work
lamed the Washington Sena Senators
tors Senators a 7-8 triumph over the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers in the only other
tiajor, league activity.
Williams, with three hits in
seven tries since he returned
to the Itoeiip, Increased his
average to .3196. He is right
behind "Runnels' .3200 figure
but b being pressed by Cerv,
who has increased his aver average
age average to .3188.
Ashburn's two hits lifted his
average to .335 compared to Mu Musial's
sial's Musial's league-leading .338 mar.k
The Philadelphia speedster also
Is being pressed from behind
with .Milwaukee's Hank Aaron
batting .333 and San Francisco's-
Willie Mays still in the race at
Despite Williams' personal
gain, it was a sad day for the
Red Sox, who fell 3y2 games be behind
hind behind the White Sox and lost
virtually all chance of finishing
second in the A.L. race. Dick
Donovan, continuing his late late-season
season late-season pitching heroics, went
7 13 innings to notch his 13th
victory for the White Sox while
Ike Delock suffered nis sevenin
setback against 12 wins.
Nelson Fox and Jim Landis
each connected for a two-run
single in the fifth inning as .the
White Sox completed a three--,
game sweep of the Red gox. The'
White Sox now are 10,ama?
behind the New York Yankees
whose magic pennftnt-clinchmjr.
number remained "at "five:"
Pinch?hitter Dave philley sin singled
gled singled home the winning run for
the Phillies, who struck for
three runs in the eighth inning
after Johnny Podres appeared
en route to his 14th win for the
Dodgers. A single, a hit bats batsman,
man, batsman, a wild pitch and a two two-run
run two-run single by Chico Fernandez
preceded Philley's blow. Dick
003 points last1 Farrell, who shut out uie uoqk uoqk-went
went uoqk-went 2-for-4 in( ers the last two innings, won
his eighth game.
110 372 45 113 .304
Cerv's three-run homer was
the big blow of a five-run
eighth inning rally that enabled
Kansas City's Ned Garver "to
post his 12th victory. The Ath Athletics,
letics, Athletics, who dealt Baltimore's
Billy O'Dell his 11th loss, moved
to within a game and a half of
fourth place Detroit although
they still are in seventh place.
Romonsky limited the Tigers
to two hits for 6 13 innings
before running into a three three-run
run three-run ninth-Inning squall that
brought on Truman Clevenger
to close out the game for
Washington. Albie Pearson and
Roy Sievers each knocked in
two runs for the Senators nd
Al Kaline drove in two for
The Yankees are sending 20 20-game
game 20-game winner Bob Turley against
Ray Moore in the first of two
games with the White Sox to tonight.
night. tonight. Victories over the White
Sox tonight and S a t u r day
would put the Yankees in a po
sition to clinch the pennant in
Kansas City ri Sunday.
The Braves, whose magic
number is eieht. -are at home to
the St. Louis Cardinals tonight
while the second-place Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates play the Dodgers.
To Represent US
In America s Cup
G AB R H
133 503 88 161 .:
115 366 71 117
126 461 84 147
131 534 90 168
Cerv, K. C.
Mantle N. Y.
Siebern, N. Y
136 468 116 142 "M
120 408 71 124 304
Jensen, Red Sox
R.I.. Sept. 12
RUNS BATTED IN
H. Anderson, Phillies
Jensen, Red Sox
(Based on 12 decisions)
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last night was chosen by the
selection committee to represent
the United States in the Amer America's
ica's America's Cup race against Britain
later this month.
The Columbia was chosen
shortly after the Columbia best
edvVim in what was the final
race of observation trials. Crews
of both yachts waited anxiously
as unofficial reports said the
choice would be made last night.
The committee conferred dur during
ing during a private cruise off Narra Narra-gansett
gansett Narra-gansett Bay following yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's trial in which the Colum Columbia
bia Columbia edged the Vim by 12 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. When committee members
came ashore, they announced
only a change in yesterday's
winning time. It was previous
ly announced as 30 seconds.
Committeemen made no other
announcements, giving rise to
speculations that a final deci
sion would be made last night.
! Turley, Yankees
Delock, Red Sox
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HOOP-DEE-DO Manager Jim Laffey of the sandlot Garfield Saints football team in Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh takes advantage of new children's fad, the Hula Hoop, to give his boys a workout Idea is
to keep hoop spinning without using hands. One athlete whittled off three inches in a vital area.
Canal Zone Seeks Latin American
Little League Championship Series
ARMY NAVY LEAGUE
Teams W L
Crabs 41V4 26Vi
Pinsplitters 40 28
Saburs 34 Vi Vi
Hi Flyers 34 34
Final Drives 33 35
Hot Rods 31 37
Cucarachas 29 39
The Fours 29 39
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MACOONALD & NUtR UMIT1D, DktHlart. Laiek, Srt.4
To Tebbetts About
NEW YORK (UPI) The St
T.niiis Cardinals are talking to
Bridie Tebbetts about a job-but
not as manager.
The Cardinals' discussions with
Tebbetts came to light today cn
the heels of growing reports ra
Fred Hutchinson would be tirea
as St. Louis manager at tne eno
of the current season.
Tebbetts came here trom nis
Nashua, N. H., home Wednesday
te confer with Dick Meyer, ex
ecutive vice president ot tne nr
"Our talk had SDsoiureiy
nothing to do with a managing
iob," Tebbetts said, whu
' m. 1 6Ti.nl'
reached t nis mime.
Meyer and I talked about an ad
ministrative jod in me v.aruniais
organization. Ive been otteren
jobs of that nature Dy seveiai
clubs, but not a single one has
offered me a managerial job.
Today Encanto .251
At 9:00 p.m.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
On the Screen:
"HELL BELOW ZERO"
'Creature with Atom Brain
Saburs 3 Crabs 1
Paced by Ed Sacks' resounding
545 series and Ray Burton's i3;:.
the third place Saburs gained val valuable
uable valuable ground on the first place
Crabs. The Saburs were flying
high and mighty, except in tba
middle session when the Crabs
spilled enough sticks into the pits
for a win. Doc Holifield of the
Crabs after a rough game in the
opener, came up with a respec respectable
table respectable game in the finale to finish
up with 513.
Pinsplitters 1 Final Drives 3
The second place Pinsplitters
were determined to gain on he
leading Crabs, and they rolled,
well, but it was their misfortune
to run into the Final Drives who
were driving hard and fast.
Every member of the Final
Drives engraved their names on
this weeks honor roll. Andy Sterl
stacked away 518 maples. Loii
Mathias the league's pencil push
er recorded her own 505. Doug
Johnson, not to be outdone, conk conked
ed conked out a 550 series. But it was
Bob Mathias that stole the show
with a 520 scratch and 583 handi
The Pinsplitters main contribu
tors were the three males Lee
Strode 545, Dan Koester 524 and
Joe Daloia 553. Dan had his
sights set on the "three of a kind"
patch, but the last game upset
Hot Reds 3 Cucarachas 1
As the evening worP on, the
Hot Rods got stronger and the
Cucarachas weaker. The Cucara
chas wrapped up the first game
with a good game, but they slip
ped in the second and lost it.
They went down lower in the
third and lost it, and now find
themselves in a tie for the cell
ar. On the other hand, the Hot
Rods are two points away from
that undesirable spot.
For the winners, Stan the Man
Strong lived up to his moniker
with a powerhouse 616 series, and
the Thomas family came up wi'h
good sets; Tom 547 and Dee only
onP pin behind. For the upset
Roaches, two of the female spe species
cies species were the bulwark of the al
tack, Corky Boyle counted 529
and Laurali Butters 523. In the
anchor spot Bill Beebe' beat both
with 541. k
St. Louis at Milwaukee (N).
iS MfranCisco t Philadelphia
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (Ni.
Only games scheduled.
, Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles 000 020 1003 S
Philadelphia 000 100 03x 4 12
La bine and Pie-
Farrell (8-9) and Coker.
vOnly game scheduled.
Hands PAAF Cage
Title To Albrook
The Latin American division of
the overseas territory of the Lit
tie League provided the worlds
Little League Championship in tbn
form of the famous Monterrey
team from Mexico, the only team
to ever repe.at; gaining the covet coveted
ed coveted championship of Little League
at Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Monterrey, gained the right to
go to Williamsport, by eliminat
ing Venezuela who lost 1 to 0 in
the last inning, in a game held
up over an hour to play the last
inning, in which Monterrey came
up with the solo run, on threa er
rors. This took place, last month
in Mexico City..
In 1960. the Latin American
playoffs ire expected to be held
in Caracas, Venezuela, as one of
the 'feature attractions of he
World's Fair. Since, no commit commitment
ment commitment has been marie for the 1959
sue, tne Pacific Little Leaeue of
Balboa has submitted its hiri fnr
the games at the Little T.ramii
Pi. -,, .
l.ium league, or ve-Wezuprsf
Puerto Rico, Cuha, and' the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus of Panama, is honeful that
th Headquarters at Williamsport
will permit the local Pacific Lit
tie League to play host for th
sames. If the o r o p o s a 1 goes
through, it would bring to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus the world known Mexican
Glud feehs that this Latin Amer American
ican American Little League program womd
aid in strengthing the relation
ships between, the participating
In the event the plans go
tnroueh is anticioateri, the I.aiin
American games would be precerl
ed by a tournament of local irnn
chised leagues, to determine the
winning team to renresent the loc
al Little Leaguers in the Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican series. Glud stated that
only those leagues who abide ,hy
the a?e oualifieation and othfr
regulations could participate in
tournament may. lournament nlrv
is for a league's all stars of .twejve
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, TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Chicago (N).
Washington at Kansas City (N).
Baltimore at Detroit (N).
Boston, at Cleveland (N).
- ... Yerday's Results
ammore ooi ooo OOO-i
Kansas City ooo no 05x-f
Garver and Chiti.
000 000 0101
000 040 OOx 4
Delock (12-7. Knm!l. sri.i"
Byerly and WhW
fonovan (13-13), Lown and Lot.
101 200 2017 14 1
002 nnn ni c
uuai, nomanosky (14) n.
venger and Courtney
Mufford, Cicotte (3-3) and Wil-
Only games scheduled.
Campanella Means More
To More People Now Than
He Did During Ball Career
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI) It's very
likely you admired Roy Cam Campanella
panella Campanella as a major league catch
er, just as l did.
A tremendously round man. he
blocked the plate with the finess -ha Un
ana apparent leeline of a hrirk
wall. He laughed, in his hieh
pitched way, at charleyhorsea
and broke bones alike.
11. It per CAR!
Jeff Chandler In
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In Cinemascope & Color I
The Fort Amador Troopers, win winning
ning winning their fourth in a row, prac practically
tically practically handed the Panama Area
Armed Forces Basketball League
championship to the Albrook AFB
Flyers as they downed the runneu--up
Fort Kobbe Regulars 94-90 on
the latter's home iloor Wednes
day night before a jam-packed
The loss dropped the Regulars
three games behind the league league-leading
leading league-leading Albrook Air Force Flyers
...:u :-L. U
wnii eigui S"'f remaining uu me w. nlavprc
schedule. The Troopers are in third yeTarTnt0 la.u!rs,-.
place, two games behin Kobbe.
Army Atlantic, Fort Clayton and
Navy bring up the rear.
After the Regulars jumped off
iu an eariy six-uuiui icau, mi-Th tPn mcvPnii.l Pi.optn T!i
dor's pint-sized guard, Bobby Chrco and Cuba that went to Mexi-
of catching two and yes, even
three games in one day, hai
down th bars of hope. And
v"" ngnt now.
a gratefulness for fk.
f .r : wn VSSC
In 1958. the local little leaque
were invited for the playoffs' in
Mexico, but the invitation came
I late in1 JUly, for games 'held Aue.
9. and the invitation was declined.
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 ft 8:00
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COCO SOLO 7:00
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DIABLO HTS. 7:00
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"THE BATTLE OF THE
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
THE LONG HOT SUMMER"
MARGARITA :15 & 7:55
Harry Se combe
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
''Captain Carey U.S.A.
" A I D A
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"THE BIG CARNIVAL"
SANTA CRUZ 7:01
"DIG THAT URANIUM"
and "TEEN AGE DOLL"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
' BITTER VICTORY"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"Appointment with Danger"
topher, connected for 14 points in
the First quarler to pull the Troop Troopers
ers Troopers up to within two of Kobbe,
23-21, at the end of 10 minutes of
In the second quarter the Troop
ers caught fire and went ahead lo
stay the remainder of the game.
At halftime the winners led 45-43.
With Christopher again leading
the way in the third quarter, the
I roopcrs held a 10 point lead going
into the, final 10 minutes of play.
They increased this lead to 15
points in the final quarter before
the Regulars finally caught fire
and tried vainly to pull out a vic victory.
tory. victory. The Kobbe quintet cloased the
gap to 90-87 with two minutes to
go before Chrisiopher dropped in
two free throws ,and forward
Jennings Rogers dunked a field
foal to ice the game for the green green-shirted
shirted green-shirted Amador five.
Tite Amador staring five, led by
Christopher who captured- scoring
honors for the evening with 43
points, all hit double figures. Jake
Jacobs had 15, Ray Crawford 13,
and Rogers and Dick Poster each
scared 11 points.
Forward Dick Hill led the Kobbe
scoring attack with 28 points, fol followed
lowed followed by Rin Baxter with 20 and
Dick Allen with 18.
Tonight the Regulars will hot the
Army Atlantic Bushmasters nd
Saturday evening the league lead leading
ing leading Albrook AFB squad will invade
the amador Gym. Game time v v-ery
ery v-ery evening is 7.30 o'clock.
co paid tneir own way to the n'ay
off area, but the Coca Cola Com
n-y of Mexico, nicked un tl;e
tab for ihe transportation fer ihe
winning team from Mexico Ci'y
to Williamsnort and return.
The Pacific Little League is the
oldest Little Leaeue on the Isth
mus, and in 1951 sent a team to
the States, but did not qualify to
go to Williamsnort.
The ball park in which t h e
games would be played, is onj. n?
the best in the world for little
league play, being equipned with
electric score boards, public id
dress system, press box facilities,
sunken dug outs. While the -modern
concrete stadium, does not
have sufficient seating capacity to
take on such a large event, the
field could be ringed by portable
bleachers to accomodate about
three thousand spectators.
Under Little League rules, there
can be no admission charge o
these games. However, donations
may be accepted from thP tans.
Games are not permitted to be
played in stadia or ball parks, un unless
less unless those fields are of 1 i 1 1 1
League specifications, relative to
the pitching mound, length ot
basepaths and tb. Little League
You regarded him as one of
we diamond s indestrucftbles
until an accident last winter
short circuited his nerves and
mighty muscles and left him a
man without motion.
Today his limbs still are locked
in that prison of muscular futility
a paralytic of unpromising future
whose arms move awkwardly as
he feeds himself with therapy
instruments and riishei over thV
pages of his well-thumbed Bible.
His Spirit Shines
Those brawny arms which just
a season aw whinned the baR
around the infield with the speed
of a bullet or lashed one of the
most feared bats in the maior
leagues are Dioe-stem thin. The
Dalms, once homy and calloused,
are bluish wh1" and outN npft
ThP barrel like body is breath-
taknly s!eidr ?s it sits iiertly
under a neck brace wich re re-cembW
cembW re-cembW art F'S'bpthan pilii-.
And therp is a new round, baby babyish
ish babyish so'tness to tht- once weather weatherworn
worn weatherworn face with its steady brown
But that infectious smile and
eternal ontinvsm still ar ther
"He's simply a marvel' said
Camnv's doctor in the voice of
a man describing one of the
wonders of the world. "I know
from the many letters we have
received that he bus become me
of the great spiritual forces for
the rehabilitation of disabled
people all over the world.
t was in a lot of tough spots
he said, '-but none Kke flriTTh.
i. ra rol and hit the
Br," ga engine ana, inen
I found out I was naralvsed.
A Tough Faelino
"It Was tOUSTh the
too, when I found out J
pneumonia and I couldn't
breathe. To be naraiv7ri ,a
able to breathe i nH
feeling.' They Tanced mv' tK
and put in a traeheantnmv fni
and even so I didn't thint va
"I really prayed that night,"
There is doubt Camnv will
get much better, for his "iaJ
of paralysis" remains station -rv.
But he shrugs off th immobilitV
oi nis legs.
"I'm concerned with my hands
and arms," he said, "and I'm
tickled to death that I can feed
myself and touch any part of my
That may not sound like
much to you fellows, but to
u is wonderful.
Which he is, himself, and in
way he never would have ber
on the ball field.
"Campy will mean more to
more people from now on thna
he ever did during his great 1'ase 1'ase-ball
ball 1'ase-ball career. As a great insnira
tional factor to others he is
You can believe it.
This man, who thought nothing
Team m L B
Albrook AFB 11 1
Fort Kobbe I 4 1
Fort Amador 8 6 5
Army Atlantic ITS
Fort Clayton 4 T
Navy a 10
Moore to Defertd
MONCTON, N. B., Sp.t. U-(UFI)-World
champion Archla Moore will d d-fand
fand d-fand hit title against Brltsh Em Em-pi
pi Em-pi ra champion Yv on Durell in
Montreal Dec. 10, Durelle'i man manager
ager manager Chris Shaban said last
Terms fer the Montreal Po
rum bout wore' Mt Immadlataly
NBA Prexy Gets
More Power Than
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI)
The National Boxing Association
operated under a new const itn
tion today which made the presi
dent more powerful than lone
t i m P Commissioner Abe J.
But Greene, alter the adoption
of the new constitution and y
laws clfmaxed the annual
meeting here Wednesday, said
it "will not affect my work as
commissioner. During my 10
vears on the iob. I never
usurped the powers of any state
commission in any way.
The new documents did provid
additional authority to the office
of president, to which Dr. Ward
Wylie. Mullins. W. Va.. was
elected, and reduced potential
powers held by Greene.
The old constitution provided
Greene with almost unlimited
powers, at leaat on paper.
Win II Semifinal
Playoff 2nd Games
NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (UPI)-
The Toronto Maple Leafs will try
to make it three straight victories
over the Rochester Red Win.-s
while the Montreal Royals seek to
take the lead oveT the Columbus
Jets for the second time tonight
in the semi-final round series in
the International League playoffs.
The Maple Leafs made it two in
a row over the Red Wings last
night when Miltfe Goliat hit a two
run homer m the 10th inning fat
4 2 triumph. The Jets, mean
while, evened their series with
Montreal as Lynn Lovenguth pitch
ed a six-hitter for a 5-1 triumph.
Rochester and Columbus will be
the sites of tonight's third games.
The Red Wings led, 20, until
the seventh when Jim King's two-
run homer tied tne score for To
ronto and set the stage for Goliat's
decisive blow. .
Lovenguth struck out five and
walked only one, yielding the Roy Royals'
als' Royals' only run when Jim Lennon
led off the seventh inning with a
LA WW STANDINGS
Montreal Ife: ;v
Columbus 200 200 001-5 9 ft
Montreal ooo ooo loo l 2
Lovenguth and Mlley; Giallom-
bardo, Jancse (4), CoUum (7) Val Val-des
des Val-des () and Teed, Gatfa (). T,p
Giallombardo. HR Lennon.
Rochester 000 010 100 Ol
Toronto 000 000 200 2 4
Rtcketts and Katt: Blake
Thompson. HBi Unl. GoliaL
Mwsaijrsn asaw-T'aaag7 'wwwa"1 f-
v 1 ..
TO! PANAMA AMERICA Alt INPEPEEURWIT DAILT NEWSTAPCB
olazo Seeks Third Consecut
IDAY, SenTMBIB It, 18I
'Hi ii ii
ive Upset Triumph
Race Track Graded Entries
Ric tm Series Imp. 7 P. Pwn, H00.00 PseJ Claw 1:00
HI RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Lark C. Farmer 108 --Jockey may ueip
iobcr View A Ai'uro 114x Has neaien neuer
Aiiss Patience H. Gustines 108 impressive win ia
U-Oro Purito B. Baeza US Mutueis tavomr
l-Coronatibn D. R. Crux l03x-Must go lower
U-hensington O. Bravo J 13 Fastest ar getaway
U:hiviUngo B, Aguirre 110 -Han well in last
Ran "Special" Imp. 7 Pm WO.W
2nd RACE Or ins ooubll
bDeungafope H. Gustines 106
namnaenan! J. Ulloa 112
kFocas pucnas t. farmer uv
LDofu Flora J. Rodriguez U2
E-Doble Fiit H. Run V
hio "H" Native
i o u u a u i c i hh
I (Don Grau
f-(San Cristobal A. Credidio IK! Rates chance too
Pool Closts 1:'0
A. Alfaro 109x-Hard
B. Baeza Form
Good recent races
Rates good chance
- Vastly improved
Would pay off
to beat here
O. Bravo 108 Rates good chance too
5. Aguifre 110 -Better each time out
J. A vila ll.i Can win; fractious
4 fgs.Purs. $375.00
Pool Closes ?:09
J. Phillips 11'' Early speed only 151
B. Aguirre 10. Distance handicaps Wt
A. Lorless 307x Brief early speed 21
E. Dario 103 Should be close up .11
B. Baeza lis No. 1 contender 7 5
A. Jordan ?l2x Early speed; quitter 301
A Perpz V..ri Seems best here 4-3
Ii Race ,"0" Natives
4 Fcjs. Purse
Pool Closes J:J0
A. Credidio (M Will fight it out
B. Baeza 1T3 Beat cheap field
F. Sanchez 10ix Could bP upsetter
A. Alfaro )07x Returns in good' shpe
A. Gonzales II? Post position handicaps
A.- Vasquez 118 Seems class of field
M. Correa 115 Returns from layoff
J. A vila 118 Hopeless case
ft Race "f and F" Nat. e Ffls.PurseU75.00 Peel Closes 1:00
F. Sanchez 105 Has strong finish
H. Ruiz MM Usually close up
R. Vasquez 115, Rates good chance
M. Hurley 110 Could surprise
A. Jordan I15x Not in top form
V. Castillo 1 14 Worth bet here
B. Baeza 106 Jockey may decide
H Gustines 1C Seems best here
Campaigner In Midst
Of Surprising Comeback
Mrs. Loly de Lazzarin's Argentine-bred horse
Golazo goes out in quest of his third consecutive vic victory
tory victory tomorrow afternoon in the sub-katured $750
one mile gallop for second series imported thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds at the President Remon racetrack.
The main event, a $1,000 seven furlong sprint
for first series racers, shapes up as another easy
... 4 J Tl 1
victory ior speeay rsrnsui.
By Conrado Surgeant
Nebrlsca, a speedy three-year- a real sizzler. The jockeys and
old bay daughter of Nasrd-. trainers of several of the horses
Din out of Satlna. it- the only
debutante scheduled to bow in into
to into local racing this weekend.
This Chilean-bred filly is, own
ed by the Stud "18" and train
ed by Jose (Tito) Biuon.
Bloc Aonirrp thp Stud 13'S
n w , rf
regular rider, will guide the) brilliant Santurron, Is a noted
newcomer in tomorrow's eighth router in his native Argentina
are oozing with confidence in
For example, Ruben (Caliche)
Vasquez has stated that un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Constantino "will fly"
during the big race. Constanti
no, younger lull brother to the
and should be a tough nut to
Manuel Rivera, who has taken
over the handling of classy lit little
tle little PerdulaHo although not list-
Juan Olea who re- ed officially as his trainer, also
ailing veteran Isaac has high hopes that Perdulario
race, a five furlong
Mar Bravo and Julio Verne
have officially been turned over
Race 6th Series Imp. 6
Pas. Purs $400.00 Peel Closes 7:40
OF THR DOUBLE s
Parasol, which will be opposed;
by Melendez, Embassy, Kings-
Park and Gavtita, nas easuy oeai oeai-en
en oeai-en all of these horses except
King's Park which turned in a
creditable performance last wee
following a lengthy layoff.
Leading jockey Brauuo Baeza,
as usual, will guide th. Stud Ds-
rlen ace. King's Park will be rid
den by Heliodoro Gustines, Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Alvarez will have the leg
up on Embassy which was an im impressive
pressive impressive winner last week. Hec Hector
tor Hector Ruiz on Gavilan and Alejan Alejandro
dro Alejandro Perez on stretch-burning Me
Gttino back to Golazo, this
ont-timt classic specialist has
boon on tho downgradt for the
last two years but has appa apparently
rently apparently found a new lease on
Three weeks ago, Golazo finish finished
ed finished next to last under a listless
ride by jockey George Preseott.
Two' days later with the veteran
Emilio Uario in the saddle, GpI.v
zo surprised with a half length
victory over English Wonder at
ndris of 622.00. V
His win was unconvincing, how however,
ever, however, and last week he went off
at even longer odds because he
was going against a supposedly
much stronger field. Amano Cre Credidio
didio Credidio did thp booting on that oc occasion
casion occasion and w actual' v the de deciding
ciding deciding factor because he outrode
F. Sanchez 102x -Doesn't seem likely 50-1
H. Gustines U9 Form indicates 3
A. eyesR. 115 Could make ft now 4-1
B. Baeza 110 In fight to finish a 2
,J, PhppS'106, Outside chance 101
Delgado.Jiax r-any speeo omy vi
, Alvarez 115 Dangerous contender -t 1
. i r- n C7in nn
" 1W RAtf .CV-THI DOU1LI
Pool Closes 4:10
. ana rana r1. .-iivrtit:. iuw ..jo..., ohwm
C. Farmer lvi uisiance io nKing
H. GiistiBes'li).i Usually close up
A. Credidio i05 Seeks third straight
. O. Bravo 108 List doesn't count
B. Baeza il? Form indicates'
A. Perez 106 -Will fight it out
Virgilio Castillo Who had the log
up on second choice Playboy. The
latter was decidedly tne stronger
of the two at the finish but lost
out by a long nose In a photo.
Credidio will again b. Golazo s
rider in his attempt to make in
three straight. His opponents on
this occasion will be Guadalcanal.
Michiripa, Lobo, Bacancilo, Quic
kie and AI Justo.
On form, the race shapes up
as a battle among Quickie. AI
Justo and Michiripa. Highly -rac
ed Chilean jockey Carlos Farmer,
who has completed a short sus
pension at the San Felipe race racetrack
track racetrack in Lima, Peru, will guide
Cichiripa. Farmer was seconr! to
Guillermo Silva in the jockey
standings at the time of his sus
Quickie, lostr by a nM to
Informal In a fast 1:24 4-5 far
Seven furlongs lest week, will
undoubtedly be the mutueis f f-vorito.
vorito. f-vorito. Especially since sh wi'l
bo ridden by saddle aco Baota.
AI Justo, which will have Ale Alejandro
jandro Alejandro Perez aboard, and Bacan Bacan-cito,
cito, Bacan-cito, which disaopointed last week,
should be heavily backed in the
mutueis too. Oscar Bravo replac
es Fernando Alvarez on Bacanei-
to while Alvarez has accepted
fie mount on poorly performing
Ten other Interesting races are
included on the program.
"Maestro" Gustines. Both colts will regain his winning touch
will continue to race under the fiunday. Perdulario will be rid-
Rogovin, a Brooklyn-b.irn
bander, pitched in the
major leagues or 7 years ua
spent a total of 17 years in the
game. Never a big winner, Ki
vin nevertheless led the Amen
can League with his 1951 earcr-d
run average of 2.78, most of it
compiled with the Chicaeo Whi'e
Sox. Saul came up with the
Tigers for thp first time in 1948.
Early in the 1951 season he was
traded to the White Sox where
he completed a 12-8 won and lost
record and his leaeue leadin-?
jcma. Me nad a 14-9 record r.ia
next year but went downhill aftor
arm trouble In 1953. He retired
from baseball after his release
by Miami of the International
League last May.
Whatever happened to Saul
colors of the Stud Contractor.
Colifato, formerly owned by
Hayott and Smith, was ac acquired
quired acquired this week by James
(Jimmy) Silvera who trained
the hoise up to the moment
he became the owner-trainer.
Set For Tonight
All members and prospective
members of the Classic Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling League are requested to bo
at the Diablo Heights Service
Center Bowling lanes at 7:30
p.m. Sept. 12, to get tne 1958 1958-50
50 1958-50 season under way.
The League hag four teams
lined up to start bowling.
Those teams are Carta Vleja,
Seymour Agency, Marlboro,
and possibly Agewood.
Rogovin? The ex pitcher, a
teetotaler, is a liquor salesman in
t .k if!
A1 Justin r
Ih Raeo "speelsl" Imp.
k Renal a ; 9
B Colleen s Wish
more or less in
stride. (1) A
i Fos. Purso Si50.00
Pool Closes 4:40
A. PerCz 108 Poor start in last 1
A. Lorless 101 x Good chance in mud 10-1
H. Ruiz 110 Could surprise 31
M. Hurley 110 Brief early speed 15 l
C; Fsrmer 110 Could make it here 3 1
B. Baeza 115 Form indicates avf.iv
R. Cruz Wx Fastest -at getaway 51
B: Aguirre H2 Makes debut here 51
A "4 aubaaa sm-.i mi.-, r.u
th Race Tth Series. Imp. 7 Purse awo.ve row v-ios.s ana
C ?:ow Then
A. Credidio 110 Nothing to indicate
F. Alvarez 113 Improved; can repeat
V. Ctillo H5 Rider only handicap
A, Alfaro llOx Has strongest finish
B. Baeza IIS Seems, best 7"rc
H. Ru:z 116 Improves in tiud
F. Sanribez ilOx Not ood enouni
E. Darfo 105 Returns from layoff
' competitor must stand or faH
on his ability. (2V Political in influences
fluences influences are practically non nonexistent.
existent. nonexistent. Althea Gibson, a product of
Harlem's grimy, graceless con concrete
crete concrete lawns, could not have
known greater acclaim and rec recognition
ognition recognition if she had been a di direct
rect direct descendant of the Virginia
Dare breed. Her passport to the
Olympian heights of tennis was
the magic of her racquet.
Unlike baseball, tennis as far
as we know, had no racial bar barriers.
riers. barriers. We saw her make her de debut
but debut at fashionable Forest Hills.
Apart from a powerful curve,
which was out as often as in,
her eame was undistinguished.
If anything, she had challenged
the big time too soon. Obvious Obviously,
ly, Obviously, no devious nr-urea had Im
peded her ambition.
den by highly rated
jockey Carlos Farmer.
Both trainer Vicente Vasquez
.and jockey Baeza think that
Bright Spur is capable of over overruling
ruling overruling the leaders in the final
I half -mile.
I Hector.Marino Ruiz has stat stated
ed stated that ne expects his Luciano
Sensational Braullo Baeza has to prove that he is the best
an opportunity to break anoth- horse In training locally. With
er riding record tomorrow. He Panamanian trainer Meinaldo
could become the first jockey Diaz giving a helping hand, Ma Ma-ever
ever Ma-ever to ride seven winners in rino Ruiz has Luciano in razor razor-one
one razor-one day in local horse racing sharp form.
history. Baeza has eleven Thursday morning, Luciano
mounts for the program all stepped a half-mile In 48 25
of them rated a good chance to
oOo , j
Sunday's $5,C00 added one
mile and one-quarter Diploma Diplomatic
tic Diplomatic Corps Classic bids fair to be
seconds and repeated the
same distance in 40 45 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. This workout speaks for
Itself. It will take a lot of race racehorse
horse racehorse to whip Luciano.
The handlers of Informal,
Mossadeq and Playboy, al although
though although not as optimistic as the
others, are hopeful of creditable
u...i sa.mrr performances by their horses,
in J&SW ion.
and strains of racial conflict r hgSvl?2?J ov.er
must end. and when that time JW, rrntog a good
comes the massive contributions ZZ 'lu,.:
sports made to the rule of rea
a nne competitor, a nne sports sportsman.
man. sportsman. True, Robinson's first year In
baseball was an ordeal, yet In
view of the deep rooted preju prejudices
dices prejudices that had long prevailed,
and the great number of South-
em players who had been home
conditioned to white superiority
as a normal way of life, Inter
gratlon, on the whole, was ac accomplished
complished accomplished with some thing
more than deliberate speed, and
certainly with minimal rancor.
Once commissioner Ford Frlck
moved against a rumored rebel rebellion
lion rebellion by the St. Louis Cards. Dix Dixie
ie Dixie Walker refused to play with
Brooklyn and was traded. At
least Walker was forthright in
0th Race 1st Series Imp. 7 Fas. Purs flOM. Pool Closes 1:40
4 King's Park
a l'R iMspne nign weigni avar
i 115 In favorite distance 31
Alvarez 116 Could sc.or. again Y- 31
GusHnes 103 Betted 'his week 2 I
ft. Ruiz 100 Dangerous; fractious 10 1
lth Reco "A and B" Nat. 7 Fos. Purse S500.00
A Alfaro I03x -Poor recepf races
A. Credidio 3CB Always trying
A. Perei 116 Impressive win last
N. Baeza Could go all the way
A. Lorless 110 1 Nomine W r"od
A. Vasouez llp lias strongest finish
H. Gustines, 108 -Gets real test
5 Linda Susy
And once her game acquired
chamDionahlu promise she was
20 1 accorded the same support and
cooperation the overlords of the
sport, here and abroad, had
Wade available to her predeces
sorsHelen Wills, Alice Marble,
Maureen Connolly, et aL
They did no more, or no less
To their credit, they were not
patronizing after the spurious
manner of others, confronted
with a like situation in these
squeamish days. There was no
comnromlse with the basic phil
osophy or principle of competi competition.
tion. competition. I.e., proficiency Is Its own
move in on sports. To the dis disgrace
grace disgrace of New Orleans, to the
helpless despair of promoters,
free of color blindness, thlsan thlsan-nual
nual thlsan-nual New Year's spectacle, once
able to pick and choose, must
now take what It can get .
and . and only all-white
teams are politically acceptable
It makes little difference how
the players feel. Most of them
aren't old enough to vote, any
COLLEGES SCHEDULE GAME
NORMAN. Okla fUPD The
his attitude and made no effort: university of Oklahoma and
to Impose his sentiments on'ciemson College have signer! a
others ... and, right or wrong, one-year contract for a football
a man can only go the way he game at Norman, Sept. 21, 1963
He is presently enjoying his
son cannot oe ignored py any Tthnil nr.-ri.ri hv m5 -i
thoughtful historian. 1Ihmus Preceded bv hl&h rat-
The parts played by the Gib- inB-
fftW werheoPXnet S'SSKSSS ?SS
noeeAntrorc in a rhrktian1 Dv the Brat Round Table. The
&ZES& .Sed toj victory was Hound Table's ninth
the brotherhood of man without a defeat on grass. He
KiW' serve' fO"d by three lengths while
ra-cial decency without a showy Je mile and one-s x-
dlsplay of self righteousness as Jeenth In 1:43 39 St Vincent
long as the politicos can he kept JJ MWc8nd ln an elht'
gt bay ... and as lng as mi-norse I,eio-
the Paul Robeson style. iSSJJfiS ?Ufirbrt vfk Ini
The Sugar Bowl is a sickening morrow a. first race, has a total
pompously as public servants,
will also guide Pocas Pilchas,
Michiripa, Renata and Marcell Marcell-ta.
ta. Marcell-ta. They all bear watching.
1 Oro Purito Sober View
2 Maeaa Manuals Pedrais re)
j uscapmses Don Qrau ()
5 Jabalina (e)
7 AI Justo
8 Colleen's Wish
? Pan Tostado
12 Don Brigido
NEW TIRE COST
you receive the same
the SAME GUARANTEE
As a iVcti? tire!
don't take chances!
Drive in. . let us SAFETY-CHECK
vmir fir PVPP1
BETTER RUBBER FROM START TO FINISH
Ijth Raw "C and D" Nat. 7 P. Purse 4O0 Pool Closes.
5 Don Brigido
J Baeza Jr 11 Usually close up
R. Vasouw 11 Hard to beat here
H. Gustines 103 Last two were poor
C. FaruWr 'JS Runs w?ll when rested
G. Sanchea 1U Last was excellent
H. Ruie J0t Could surpris here
m iii)iiiiiiiiriiii ifmi.
I 4A f ill WI R NEEDS!
Levi and Old Eli
If she capitalized on her ten tennis
nis tennis fame, and if, in turn, the
officials chose Inaction to con controversy,
troversy, controversy, which might be calcu calculatingly
latingly calculatingly misinterpreted, admis admission
sion admission must be made that ama amateurism
teurism amateurism is an ambiguous label.
What sold Helen Wills' pictures
her tennis, or her art? To
what extent did White House
residency further M ar g aret
Truman's stage career?
We find the Harlem girl's ex experiences
periences experiences more analogous to Le Levi
vi Levi .Taokaon's ln 1W League foot
ball than to Jackie Robinson's
In baseball. The environment
was more exacting, the tradi traditions
tions traditions more substantial, there
were social precedents and cus
toms which did not exist m the
Only the very naive would
vretend to believe that .lack-
son s welcome as Tale's first
Nerro player was without dis
sent of any kind. Some reac
tionary Old Bines haen't got
ten orer it yet ... and It's still
not safe to recall that he won
the varsity captaincy, and even
more horrifying, passed up slrall
But the old bowl still stands
and presumably Walter Camp's
r Tnai sleep proceeds unruf
fled. On and off the field, Jack Jackson's
son's Jackson's teammates an opponents
It s here !-The SMALL trofigas Tank
ideal for cooking in the interior
EASILY HANDLED Only 24 lbs. so even
the housewife can move It
EASILY CONNECTED in one movement
not necessary to use tools
SO ECONOMICAL! No need now to
Invest In large
M !,ssv,?r 1 wj .rtm- i
Exclusive Distributors in Panama and Canal Zone
' ,t M -..I,' fV
34lh St. Lux, -BUi;. iM4 Ave. 4 Justo Arogemena & 33nd St.
Telephone 3-7206 PAnAnA Telephone 3-7424
paid him the respect that was
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN 1NDETETTOENT DAILY NEWSPAfEK
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
I ATI. M LI J
KHTIR1 Cm.9 and Lara
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Can. Km' klb.. 1S66.
PHILLIPS OctansWa CottaflM
Santa Clara da P.
mwa S-U77 Crista! a-17.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar. the bs bach in th Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds af cemmo cemmo-ditias,
ditias, cemmo-ditias, opan day and nijhf. Tha
new management is at your sarv sarv-ita.
ita. sarv-ita. Houses
FOR RKT-Furnishad thraa
badroomt chalet, maid'i room
and ara. 43th. Street No. 1 1-IC7,
IC7, 1-IC7, Bella Virta 1150.00. Tata.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom chalet
maid's room, garage, hot water,
tc. 15th St. Paitilla. Phene 3 3-6835
6835 3-6835 daring office houri or 3 3-4814
4814 3-4814 between 5 and 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished home,
just painted, 2 bedrooms, living
room, dining room, kitchen, ga garage,
rage, garage, maid's room. Via Espana,
adjacent to Radio Miramar,
(white house I.
COLLEGE STAR SIGNED
CINCINNATI (UPI) Thf
Cincinnati Royals have signed
Archie.Dees. Moot. 8-inch center
whn averaeed 25.5 points per
Wam tlnr Indiana University last
TWO PLAYERS DROPPED
I BEAR MOUNTAIN, N. Y
UP1) Th New York Giaws
Of the National Football League
have dropped fullback Jim Yore
of Indiana and end Julius Derrick
of South Carolina.
PHILS SIGN YOUNGSTER
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) The
Philadelphia Phillies have signed
infielder Norman Gigon of New
Milford, N J., to a contract with
their Williamsport affiliate in the
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
T ? 'Canal Zone
United States District Court lor the
District nf the Canal Zone
i Balboa Division
In the matter ol the esUle of George
Frederick Nadeau. deceased. Probate
No. -9489. Notice to creditors.
Notice is Hereby given, that all per per-aons
aons per-aons having claims against George Fre Frederick
derick Frederick Naaeauc deceased, are hereby
required to file said claims with the
necessary vouchers in the Otlice ol
the Clerk of the United States District
Court at Ancon, Canal Zone, or to ex exhibit
hibit exhibit them with the necessary vouchers
in the undersigned Executrix at the of
fice of L. S. Carrington, Attorney at
Law, located at 17-58 Avenida 13,
iformerlv Calle Estudiante I not later
than the 15th day of January 199, or
they will be for ever barred. Such
claims filed or presented must be sup supported
ported supported by 'the affidavit of the claimant
or someone on his behalf that the
amount is justly due, that no pay payments
ments payments have been made thereon which
are not credited, and that there are no
off-sets to the same to the knowledge
of the affiant.
Dated this 12th day of September,
Grayca L. Nadeau
Executrix of the estate of
George Frederick Nadeau,
II A sV 1 at
aj sr near
SEE US FOR
E Z WAY
1 I ELKUIKUNIUS III
B i.; I II
FOR RENT: Wall furnished 2
todroom apartment. Camp Ala Ala-gra.
gra. Ala-gra. Before noon call Panama
2-2110, after noon call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-3290.
FOR RENT: Modern two bad bad-room
room bad-room apartments lot of cloiet
space, washing room and excel excellent
lent excellent American neighbors. 149-1
Belisario Porrat. Call Balboa
1778 Panama, 3-4511 or 3 3-1618.
1618. 3-1618. FOR RENT: For Oct. 1. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished apartment, one bedroom,
I private entrance light and rock
. gas. 114 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, in 46
street No. 2-C1. For information
call to Tel. 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Fresh and cool
apartment, with hot water. Rea Reasonable
sonable Reasonable price, well located. Ap Apply
ply Apply to telephone No. 3-6281.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with light and gas. In Vis Vista
ta Vista Hermosa, Tel. 3-3589.
Check Is Made
On Negro Voting
WASHINGTON (UPI) Fif'A
investigators of the government's
Civil Rights Commission today
were checking alleged violations,
r' Negro vntinr r'Thts in Florida,
Mississippi, and Alabama.
The commission authorized the
investigations recently, according
tu Chairman John A. Hannah
He told a news conference list
night that one of the in
quiries already was under way
but he declined to identify the
Hannah said field investigators
were being tenl into all three
states to draft reports which t.vn
will be analyzed by the commis commission.
sion. commission. He said that if the laws are be being
ing being violated he believed the re reports
ports reports would be turned over "to
someone who can dp something
about it." He presumably msaui
the Justice Department.
The chairman stressed, however,
that the commission's main aim
is not to correct individual viola violations
tions violations but to make a broad inquiry
into the pattern of denial of voting
rights for reason oi race througn
out the country.
Gordon M. Tiffany, commission
staif director, said the group's
tiela investigators had encounter encountered
ed encountered no trouble witn local auinoiit
ies so lar.
"But I'm saying they won't have
trouDle," he aoued.
tiffany said the complaints to
be inves.iga.ed in Florida, Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi and AlaDama all were
suonimeu Dy uiuiviuuus w.u
charged "in writing and under
oatu mat tney nave been detneu
the right 10 vote because ot race."
i'lie Justice Department tiled
suit last week against me regis registrars
trars registrars of Terrell County, Ga.,
cnarging that live Negroes were
reiustu icaisirauoii .., voieri u.i
literacy grounds. Four of the five
are school teachers.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
United States District Court For
The District ol Joe Canal Zona
Division of Balboa
Merl S. Pratt, Plaintiff vs. Ardella R.
Pratt, Defendant. Summons Case No.
4719 Civil Docket 21 Action for divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint fUed In the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
in case ot your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken
against you ly default tor tha relief
demanded in the complaint.
witness tne Honorable uutnrie r.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this August 20, 1858.
Sara de la PeAa
BysLols K. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Ardella R. Pratt:
The foreiolna summons Is served up
on vou bv publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie T.
Crowe. Judee. United States District
Court for the District of tha Canal Zone.
dated August 18, ltS8, and entered and
filed in this action m tne onice oi tne
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
August 18, IKS.
Sara 4e la PeAa
BjraLelS K. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk.
WE SELL ALL
Brands of Records .
FAR BELOW United States
12-inch LP RECORDS
New releases bimonthly.
Across 'La Merced' Church
Central Ave. 9-14
I.F4VE YOUR AD WITH ONK OF OUB
utlpkh m pi hi ifArinmi'S-K.. S
BARDO No. 26 "B" Street o MORBISON
FARMACIA LUX 14 Central Avenue
RMAC1A VAN DKR-JIS 50 Streel No.
A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
FOR SALE: 1941 Chevrolet
Truck. Good condition. $200.00.
Fhone 3-1912 or 36-387.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Fickup truck Ten. Fair con condition
dition condition $300.00 3-1912 or 36 36-387.
387. 36-387. FOR SALE: 1955 4-door Mer Mercury
cury Mercury WS Wall. tires, mirematic,
rtdio power brakes, power steer steering
ing steering automatic windshield washer.
FOR SALE: 1956 Volkswagen
Sun roof, radio 23.000 miles,
Excellent condition. Call Navy
Pacific 3210 during working
hours, 3745 after hours.
Autos Eisonman Offers the
lest Used cars in town
1957 Fiat "1400'' 4DR Sedan,
tutone Ivory & Hue.
1956 Morris-Minor 4Door
1954 HVman-Convertible, new
top. WS timt
1952 Hfllman 4DR Sedan.
1957 Ford-Ranch Wagon, Thun Thun-derbird,
derbird, Thun-derbird, 4DR, tutone, radio,
WSW tirot, 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 Kingsway, 4DR
Sedan, tutone, radio, WSW tires,
1955 Mercury-Montclare Con Convertible,
vertible, Convertible, radio, WSW titer,
1955 Chevrolet, tutone, radio,
stand, trans. Very good buy.
1954 Oldsmobilc, 4DR tutone,
radio, new WSW tires.
1953 Mercury-Monterrey, hard hard-tap,
tap, hard-tap, tutone, radio, WSW tires.
Open all day. Next to Coca Cola
Co, Tela. Pmi. 2-2616 2-4966.
Chevrolet, Plymouth, Ford $9. $9.-95
95 $9.-95 All others $12.95. Free ins installation.
tallation. installation. Tivoli Motors at Tivoli
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick, 4-doo,
radio, good running condition,
6380-B Lot Rios, phone 2-
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Coupe. $350.00. Phone 5-126.
FOR SALE: In excellent con condition
dition condition Ford station wagon 1956,
9 passer r, duty paid, radio,
Ford'omatic, bast cash prire. Call
3-0945 Panama, can be seen
No. 19, 44th St. Bella Vista.
FOR SALE: Ford Victoria 1951.
One owner, new upholstered
seats, good tires. Excellent me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. Phone Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights 4172.
The Cristobal Council tf9
Knights of Columbus, will meet
at the Holy Family Church in
Margarita on Sunday, at the 7:30
a.m. mass for corporate commu
nion. Following the mass, mem
bers and their families will have
breakfast at the Council chamber
United State DMrlct Court tor tho
District of the Canal Zone
In the matter of the adoption nf
Marjean Ivette Jepaon, a minor vs. Wil William
liam William H. Jepaon, Jr., defendant. No.
4743. civil. Citation.
To William H. Jepaon, Jr.. defendant.
You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Division, at the Courtroom there thereof,
of, thereof, In Ancon. Canal Zone, on the 7th
day of November, 1SSS at t o'eloek In
the forenoon of that day, then and
there to show cause, If any you have,
why Ira M Payne and Dorothy V.
Payne should not proceed with the
hearlna of their petition for the adop
tion or rne above-named minor.
Witness, the Honorable GuthM F.
Crowe, Jud'e. United State Dl'trlct
Court for the District of the Onl
Zone, this it dsv o' Sentamoer, 1SSS.
SWrn d la rna.
Clerk of Court.
Hv i.n T. Harrtsn,
Chief Denuty Clerk.
To William H. .Terwrm, Jr.
The forernln rltatlon Is nerved upon
you by publication pursuant h
order of the Ttnnorsbl OUtJirte T
Crowe. ide, Vnltd States Dl'trlct
for the Dttrlrt of the Canal Z"
dated the 11 day of RewfeaSfcoh 1S5,
and entered and Wd In this act'nn In
th ofe ot the Cfc"-V of e ttr,t.t
Me rtWrlrt rirnrt, 1bo division on
the 11 day or Ker.erober. 1SS.
ra de la Pens,
lerk of Court.
Bv Il r rterrlson.
Chief Derxitv Clerk.
AGENTS OR OUK OFFICES AT 13 37 "H"
InHerv Pl.z. m r AHA ZAI.nO Central
- ath of Jul Ave. J SL o LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tl-all No. 4 FARMACIA
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fee. de la Osaa Ave. No. 41 o TOTO DOMY
" FARMAC IA EL BATURRO Parq ue Lefevre 7 Street O FARMACIA "SAS
COLON OFFICE: 15th street ana Amaaor I'Uhiot m, jmu.
FOR SALE: SET GOLF
CLUBS Seven irons, two woods,
bag $20. House 766-1 Balboa
after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: L.F. Records 50
Discount and populara, AGEN AGENCIAS
CIAS AGENCIAS DIAZ. 37th Street Ho.
FOR SALE: Motors and parti
for Trucks, Cars, heavy equip equipment,
ment, equipment, inboard engines, electrical
and Plumbing fixtures, bolts,
crews, chain aaw Gatleng.
Safety safes, Truckwinches, and
many other items at la 'Supli 'Supli-dora
dora 'Supli-dora Continental", 12 and 13
St.eet Central Ave. No. 12.179
phone 1088-B., Colon.
CONVENIENT TO CANAL
For Cut Flowers, Bouquets,
Wreaths, Potted Plants. ClH
2-4989. Or Visit SARITA'S
(Next rear entrance Central
Theatre) Calle Estudiante 124'
FOR SALE: House, Cerro Cm Cm-pn,
pn, Cm-pn, pipe water all year, ready
to use. Bargain. See Mr. Ponce,
J Centre Cemercial Super Market.
FOR SALE: Lotr 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipofrome
Urbaniiation across the Remon
Racetrack. Call W. McBarnett.
FOR SALE: Four hectares ex excellent
cellent excellent farm land at Arraijdn,
cleared of alt trees by bulldozer,
600 ft. river, all year water sup supply.
ply. supply. See Mr. Ponce, Centre Co Co-mercial
mercial Co-mercial Super Market.
FOR SALE: Selling "Cafe Bo Bo-ejuete"
ejuete" Bo-ejuete" farm in Boqueta, on ac account
count account of urgent personal reason,
in center of coffee farm area,
Wifh residence, ear, etc Hew
Coffee farm yielding 300 quintals
yearly. Rare bargain. Box 3547
4tr tel. 3-403 V
The Magic Super Seasoner
Available now in the
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe Taueht by
will be resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
August 15 to Sept. 15
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Inc. air fere, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave every Tues. and FrL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
35 mm Camera '1
f. 1. 9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.'
155 Central Ave. V
With built-in Universal
$ for 4
STREET, PANAMA I.IBRERIA PRECIADO 7 Street No. 13 AGENCIAS
Ave. 45 m LOURDES PHAKMACY 182 La CarrasouUla FARMACIA LOM-
FOR SALE: Davenport set,
Wardrobe, Dressing table, China
closet, dining table, No. 8053,
10 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 : Silvestonc IS"
television set complete, very
reasonable. Telephone 3-7292,
51 Street houst 3 apt. 1.
FOR SALE: 60 cycle Bendix
automatic washer $65. Recently
converted. 456 Ancon Blvd.
FOR SALE: G.I. refrigerator
$100.00. Complete double bed
$75.00. Call Tel. 3-7831.
FOR SALE: Persian Rug 9'xl2'
new, never used. This, beautiful
Persian obtained at a Bargain,
will release) at leu than half
Retail price. Can be teen at
House 404-B. Gatun. Call Home
5-488 office 5-189.
FOR SALE: 'Mahogany dining
table and buffet, bod, couches,
kitchen cabinet, 2 glass door
cabinet, ping pong table, cedar
chest, etc. House 867 Morgan
FOR SALE: One Westingheuse
refrigerator, $75.00; diningroom
tct, 1 0 pc's. $25.00; Fodders air
conditioner, I -ton. $200.00;
Hot Point auto washer, $125,00;
25 louvers and small quant, bldg.
mat. $95.00; 85' yard fencing,
steel pott, $25.00; beys bike
26" like new, $30.00; Singer
sewing mach. mahogany cab.
$50.00. 11 6-A Gamboa, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Natural cilor grass
rugs. 2262 Carr Street, phone
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 15 ft. boat, Lena
Star, molded fiberglass, 25 h.p.
Johnson motor, gator trailer,
-ajaer -akli, $1070. telapKpljt
Large stock new and used out outboard
board outboard motors, 3 h.p. to 50 h.p.
Cash talks. ABERNATHY.
See our new fiberglass boats, 14
ft. runabout, $395.00 up. F.e.b.
FOR SALE: Bargain. 14' out outboard
board outboard with top 10 h.p. motor.
Trailer. $175. Under 234 B.
FOR SALE: Fiberglass 14 ft.
boat, 25 h.p. motor and con controls.
trols. controls. $550.00 or best offer.
Call 2-3417 C. Z.
At Clayton School
By Four Officers
An academic record was es
tablished recently at the USAR-
CARIB Chemical Biological-Radio-
logical School, Fort Clayton, when
four members ot tne otneers ciasa
(,.,- hitfk knnAfG
Liru AVI II1.U JIV.'Ul
Three ot those attauung we
outstanding scholastic record are
with the 1st Battle Group, 20th In-
fant,rv Fort Knhhe. Thev are Mai.
" 1 "i..
Ralph E. Carpenter Uapt. Korjen
W. Street and 1st Ltj John E. Wise
The remaining honor graduate
i. r.t rem, ft Hnohes Jr.. a
Quartermaster officer assignee i
the U.S. Army Technical services
All achieved near-perfect scores
for their week-long course, ac
cording to Master Sergeant Kollia
W. Kapp, school sergeant major.
Col. JoseDh F. Escude. USAR-
CARIB chemical o f f 1 c e r end
school commandant, extended con
gratulations to the quartert on
POLITICS PUT PIRST
LONDON (UPI) -r Labor Party
leader Hugh Gaitskell put politics
first in selecting. VLX t as wi li
cense plaite numbeir for his new
automobile. He explained' it
today: "I could have hud
my own initials but I couldn't
turn down the chance of getting
publicity for the next general
election ... vote labor X.
Spanish & English
Write Full Particulars
P.O. Box 1297 Panama
EST ADOS UNIDOS-149 Central Ave.
Justo Aroaemena Ave. and 33 St. o
' Via PORRAS 111 NOVEDADES
Doreto Waiter School of Danc Dancing;
ing; Dancing; Ballroom, Ballet, Tea, Tap,
Acrobatic, Modern Jazz. Knights
of Columbus Hall, 2-2363.
FOR RENT : Modern construc construction,
tion, construction, large rooms, $15 and $16
each; also commercial site. Ap Apply
ply Apply 2838, 11 Street, Rio Aba jo.
FOR RENT: Bachelor only
large clean furnished room, pri private
vate private antrance. Estudiante Street
No. 14-19 Apt. 5.
Closing out "Lamberts" motor
bikes, brand new, never used,
only three left. $135.00 each.
THE LEVONEL CO. Phone Ma
nama 2-2266. V
FOR SALE: Harley Davidson
56-T40 HV. foot shift, extras.
Ranchito and lot at Maria Chi Chi-aufta.
aufta. Chi-aufta. Call 3-3202 or House
8405 Espave Ave. Margarita.
Clayton Quintet Edges
Navy 66-65 In Overtime
After trailing for the entire
game, Ft. Clayton's nasKetoaii
five closed with a rush against
Navy last nignt to gam a jast
second tie in regular play and
go on to win in overtime, 66-65.
The Cavaliers' Hiram Cushen-L
berry scored the deciding coun counter
ter counter from the foul line, with only
three seconds remaining. Team
mates nugged and slapped the
Dig, muscled center in, victory
as the bujKgf eoundedm.
Only live minutes earlier, Ft.
ClaWton had dome ftafta behind
in the last quarter to knot the
score at 61 even.
For the Navy the loss was a
heart-breaker. After building up
a la-point lean at halftime, they
turned cold in the third quarter,
nitting lor just seven points.
The bluejackets never regain
ea their poise or shooting eye
after that although they always
led by one ortwo points.
The revitalized Navy souad,
strengthened by a renewed team
spirit and the addition of four
players, needed the victory to
help them climb out of last
place in the PAF standings
They appeared ready to do it
after their surprise win over
Army Atlantic last Monday
night. But last night's one
point defeat left them planted
deeper in the cellar
Top scorer in the game with
20 points was Cushenberry, who
aiso turned m his usual excel
lfnt performance under the
- Guard Dick Gleason, who
probably covers as much court
area as any player in the PAF
league, was Ft. Clayton's second
nignesi scorer with 18 markers.
In rrlr.lnfil mnmpnh tl-io Ar-
.......v.... iiiuu.vuvu, Ull ...
1 . :
"X ".I t,ae iean qu
m nK ward scored only
. . " h
Pw. "i ne Rut wtcm
Whan fVAir viawIai) 'uvmmm4-
including two In the overtime
Leadine Navy scorer and the
b night's second highest man was
Crowing, successful electronic and appliance enter enterprise
prise enterprise needs a young marl of good education, general
business experience, biHngual, with technical and
customer relations ability. H must "sell us" on hi
ability to develop and manage an effective depart department
ment department for servicing, 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
possess personality, adaptability, iniciative and pro professional
fessional professional competence. His letter must be a frank and
full statement of his qualifications, personal parti particulars,
culars, particulars, references and he must be able and willing to
stand investigation. ''-f''mlam"
Salary commensurate. Write Box 4186 Panama City
Include recent photograph.
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
FOR RENT: Thraa roam office
suite, 48 m2 available imme immediately
diately immediately in tha Panama Insurance
Co. bldg. across from Hotel El
Panama Hilton. Airconditioning,
electricity, elevator, janitor and
night watchman service, drink drinking
ing drinking fountain, ratfrooms. Coffee
shop in building. See or phone
Mrs. Mary Coleman at tha Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance Co. 3-0136.
Buyer with imagination and $2, $2,-173
173 $2,-173 for house and argo lot at
site off new CORONADO BEACH
HOTEL. This special price car carriers
riers carriers only one restriction. Call
Eisenmann 3J-3679 or 2-4505.
WANTED: 16 foot runabout
or cabin crusier boat' and trailer.
Phone Balboa 2444.
I guard Ray Nesbitt. He dropped
m 19 points.
His counterpart, Matt John
- .son, was second with 14, far be
lov his regular game average of
But the nlaver who is maklne
me amerence on tne wavy IT
tnese days is center Bernie De
ere. The lanky, high-jumping
seaman played a standout game
clearing" the backboards while
togsinlp live points,
PAF STANDINGS I
' ... -a.
Team Won Lost
Albrook AFB 11 1
Tiger Jones Scores
TKO Over Youitp
CHICAGO (UPD-Ralph (Tiger)
Jones scored a technical knock knockout
out knockout over Mickev Crtwforo, as
piring young welterweight, in the
10th round of their nationally
televised bout Wednesday night.
Jones found the hit and run
Crawford a sucker for an over
hand right from the opening
bell. He staggered Crawford in
the second round with th punch
and slowed him in every statns
I 1" M'f ri ai.nl rfftiim fM, wtnn
datory eight count at just injr
" ,nno mmiits nf tho laat rniinrl Ho
was up for less than two seconds
when Jones' clobbeerd him again.
Referee Joey White stopped the
Jones said the fijht was "just
about my easiest ever.
T.V., radio, Hi-Fi, tra
repairs. Call William
Phone Panama 2-5111.
rair price s.,
Boston Technician .
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask far Ml
TV, Panama 2-1142.
Prefect your heme and prop J
ty against insect d a m a o
Prompt scientific treatment oJ
emergency or monthly bud
basis. Teleohone Fronts lnrl
Panama 3-7977 er Colon IT?1
SKINDIVERS: Wa can now fiJ
your tanks. 1500 lb, pressu
for $2.00 Service Charge. R
member too wa have anlv
finest Italian equipmtnt witj
not! THILL LUNGS.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CC
J St. 13A-30
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
You net services tha m
WE GUARANTEE OUR WOftj
LOS ANGELES trained ta.lH.lJ
cians. Crawford Agencies. Phonl
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
At stud, black cocker Seani
A, ML C. raaiatorod. MOM
or choice of litter. Phene CuJ
rundu 3226 after 5 p.m. Frid
and Monday, Saturday a.m.
LONDON fUPI "Britain.
the United Aralr Reoublic i
aajournea- talks resumed
Rome last week aimeri at nattf
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Lawmakers Both Praise, Criticize
ke For No Pacific Munich' Stand
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for his nationwide speech
they called it "affective, simple and direct" and "laying the facts on the line." On the other hand, they said
the speech failed to answer "a number of questions."
The President told a nationwide TV-radio audience last night that the United States shall "never timidly re retreat
treat retreat before the threat of armed aggression" in Formosa Straits.
At the same time, the President held out hope to. the world in his 21 -minute address from the White House
. "that diplomacy can and should find a way out" of the crisis over the offshore islands of Quemoy and Matsu.
; ut he said a "Western Paci Paci-m
m Paci-m flc Munich would not buy us
peace or security" more likely
1 would lead to "a major war."
1 The speech was regarded at
' th. White House and State De-
partment as a tough restate restate-,
, restate-, ment of U.S. Far East policy.
Ureency of the speech was
'-underlined by the fact the Pres
i''nt returned here from his
Mewport, E.I., vacation spot to
Jleliver the report He planned
-Ao.fly back to Newport today.
m, The President, stern-faced.
and speaking a n i m a tedly,
Stressed that while "there is
not going to be any appease appease-ment,.
ment,. appease-ment,. I believe that there is
m not going to be any war."
g 'There are measures that can
3e taken to assure that these
fshore islands will not be a
thorn in the side of peace." he
declared. "We believe that ar arrangements
rangements arrangements are urgently re-
uired to stop gunfire and to
Red Chinese Shelling So Thick That Sea
Around Supply Ships 'Like Boiling Water
, EDITOR'S NOTE: Much of the
following graphic ditptch on the
Nationalist supply landing at attempt
tempt attempt at Quemoy yesterday was
written in an underground con
crttt bunker near the scene
under. Communist artillery
that at one point bounced
typewriter into the air.
y CHARLES SMITH
SHATAO BEACH, Big Quemoy,
(UPI) Thirty-one minutes ffir
the first Nationalist landing ship
started to unload, the Communist
Chinese also started unloading
wit artillery fire.
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12 (UPI) Congressional leaders today both praised and criticized President Eisenhower
promising no "Western Pacific Munich" in Formosa Straits.
pave the way to a peaceful solu solution."
tion." solution." He did not elaborate. But re reports
ports reports have ranged from possi possibility
bility possibility of eventual evacuation
and abandonment of the off offshore
shore offshore islands to a proposal for
demilitarization of Quemoy and
the neighboring mainland coast.
The President said it "is as
certain as can be that the
shooting which the Chinese
Communists started Aug. 23
(shelling of Quemoy) had as
its purpose hot just the taking
of the island of Quemoy. It is
part of what is fndeed an am ambitious
bitious ambitious plan of armed con conquest.
quest. conquest. "This plan would liquidate all
of the free world positions in
the Western Pacific area and
bring them under captive gov governments
ernments governments which wouM be hos hostile
tile hostile to the United states. Thus,
the Chinese and Russian Com Communists
munists Communists would come to dominate
at least thp western half .of the
now-friendly Pacific ocean."
It was a saturation effort. About
the best description is that of
Charles Lowe, of United Press Mo Movietone,
vietone, Movietone, who said the shelling a
round the landing ships at the
beach made "the sea look like
The first carpo vessel bcadtrd
at 3:25 p.m. the second, at 3: 6
We had stood atop a high hill,
four of us newsmen, for an hour
and a half awaiting the arrival oi
the convoy over the horizon. The
hill overlooks thP eastern beach W
Big Quemoy Island.
We sighted the first ship at
2:15 p.m. One by one they came
over the horizon until we could
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A GENERAL RIOT IN
HIS MOST HILARIOS
Britain Approves President's Views
But Has No Obligations At Quemoy
LONDON, Sept. 12 (UPD
Britain today "strongly approv approved"
ed" approved" President Eisenhower's call
for peaceful settlement of the
Far Eastern conflict.
The Foreign Office at the
same time reaffirmed that
Britain has no obligations or
commitments of any kind to
take military action for the de
fense of Quemoy, Matsu or For
The president's reference to
"Munich" the Allied ap appeasement
peasement appeasement to Adolf Hitler
evoked avid and grim recollec recollections.
tions. recollections. It was exactly 20 years
ago this month that the Allies
see a dozen American and Na Na-tionaist
tionaist Na-tionaist vessels.
Two ships came in to Liao Lu
Beach, where the twisted hull of
an ammunition carrying LSM
tlandins ship, medium) that was
destroyed there Monday attests to
the deadliness of the Red artillery.
Then a Red Chinese shell land landed
ed landed 300 yards inland. The ships
wheeled and started back to sea.
Apparently they had acted as de
coys, because four LSM's swung
out of the convoy and headed for
the open beach area near the e-
mergency airstrip. These four that
attempted the landing went to
The American escort vessel
meanwhile remained three miles
offshore, away from the Red ar artillery.
tillery. artillery. An LVT (landing vehicle, track tracked)
ed) tracked) rolled out of the first beached
LSM and raced across the sandy
stretch and up a dusty road.
We got aboard our weapons car carrier
rier carrier to move closer to the unload unloading
ing unloading for pictures. The vehicle failed
to start for a minute, and a Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist officer told us not to move.
We agreed with him when a
Red shell burst overhead-. We
dashed inside a concrete under
ground radio station.
The shells then started pounding
the earth ataove us so rapidly that
we lost count.
W tried to count the number of
rounds for a five-minute period
but there were so many around
us and on the beach that ih
explosions blended into one thud thud-erous
erous thud-erous roar.
I began typing and had finish finished
ed finished three paragraphs of dtscrin dtscrin-tion
tion dtscrin-tion In this dispatch when a di direct
rect direct hit on our concrete shelter
rocked the entire foundation and
bounced' the typewriter into the
air. The shelling continued hea
vy for 40 minutes, then fell off.
I dashed outside across 30 yards
of open space, and into a trench
and then crawled to. an oDserya oDserya-tion
tion oDserya-tion point overtaking the beach.
A huge smoke cloud was sweep
ing across it around the ships
About three fourths of th shells
had burst in the air sending .tag
ged fragments fyling to wound
At least a mile ev beach was
saturated with shells. Possibly
the smoke could was set by the
ships to screen the unloaing.
WKtn it thinned, th. beached
ships were gone.
The defense ministry In Taipei
later announced that the ships had
not succeeded in unloading their
The shelling over a mile area
seemed wild and apparently dl
reeled at hitting an area rather
than a direct target.
The concrete building that shield shielded
ed shielded us in a blue-velvet-lined studio
lighted by kerosene lanterns, from
where the Quemoy's 'Tokyo Rose'
spins sentimental music beamed
at the Communist troops.
A girl con olwoys tell when the
rlnht mon comas, alonfl he S
first one that notices her.
capitualted in Munich to Nazi
Prime Minister Harold Mac
millan called in his top advisers
for close consultation on the
President's warning to Peiping
The Conservative government
was under growing pressure
from the Labor Party opposition
for a firm statement that Brit
ain would not support "any
American military action over
Quemoy and Matsu.
Labor leader Hugh Gaitskell
was flatly demanding that Brit Britain
ain Britain should neither support nor
participate in any war to de defend
fend defend the offshore isles.
The Labor Party's line of
policy today was that the
Americans and Chinese should
try and settle the dispute by
negotiation and Formosa be
placed for the time being un under
der under the U.N., to which Red
China should be admitted.
A government statement Is
sued last night from the Prime
Minister's office in 10 Downing
Street that Britain had "no
commitment of any kind to the
United States over the Par East Eastern
ern Eastern situation" failed to calm the
Officials today reaffirmed
that Britain has no "automatic
obligation" to come to the aid
of the United States in the
event of hostilities In the Par
East over Quemoy and Matsu.
But this statement was still
held to have left open the
question of what action the
government would take if that
emergency were to arise.
Britain thus appeared uncom
mitted one way or another. She
has put on record that she is
opposed to Red China using
force in the dispute over the off-
The official British view is
that Britain "fully shares the
concern of the U.8. government
at any attempt to impose terri territorial
torial territorial changes by use of force."
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
ranama Canal Company:
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Low 75 78
High 99 93
Low 70 89
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RAIN (inches) 1.4 T
(inner harbors) 83 85
SATURDAY, SEPT. 13
& 1 1 j" 1 fi x
TOURING THE BREWERY Members of the Panama Management Forum and tyeir guests sit in the meeting room of the
board of the directors of trie National Brewery after a conducted tour of the brewery's modern facilities for brewing the now
famous new Balboa beer. Taking the tour were: P. Badonsky, L. Barca, Jr, (president of the management forum); CJC. Cross,
J.W. Detamore, D.O. Dewey, W.D. Hardte, A B. Hendricks, W.W.E. Hoyle, V. Keuford, Jr., M.L. McCullough, JX. Myers, H.I.
Ptrantle, O E. Shoemaker, G O. Tarflinger, O. VieLo. W.H. Waldron, J.M. Watson, J.H. White and W.8. Wigg secretary-treasurer
of the Forum.
NOTIFIED-rGov. W. E. Potter (sceond from left) notifies the staff of Coco Solo Hospital of the hospital's full accreditation
by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Hospitals which conducted a survey here recently? accreditation
Commutation Seems Negro
Robber's Best Life Hope
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Sept. 12
(UPD A Negro sentenced to tne
electric chair lost an appeal yes
terday for a reharing by the Ala
bama Supreme Court which reset
his execution date lor Oct. 24.
The Negro, Jimmy Wilson, was
sentenced under a law that makes
nighttime robbery of an occupied
dwelling a capital offense. The
jury did not recommend mercy.
Gov. James E. Irolsom still may
Sraht executive clemency to the
Negro, whose case has brought a
flood of a reaction from all over
the world. The Governor has been
deluged with thousands of letters
begging for Wilson's hie.
Wilson, 55, has been held in
death row at the Atmore, Ala.,
prison farm for the pest 11 months
Foisom has given the stron-g
est hints he would commute the
sentence to life if and when the
case left the courts. Wilson can
stilt appeal to the U.S. Supreme
Justice Davis F: Stakley wro-.e
in the opinion that "the testimony
in this case clearly establisies
beyond any doubt that robbery
UN Official Hopes
it Agrees Earthmen
Can't Claim Space
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Sept.
12 (UPI) Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold expressed
hope today the United Nations
General Assembly will make
progress toward agreement oh
basic laws for outer space at
the session that opens Tuesday.
Requests from both the Unit
ed States and Russia for a de debate
bate debate on space are among about
70 items awaiting action. They
pose a new problem for an or organization
ganization organization which in the past has
dealt only with terrestrial dis disputes.
putes. disputes. Sir Leslie Munro, outgoing
president of the assembly, men mentioned
tioned mentioned the need for space law in
a speech delivered outside the
U.N. last year.
Hammarskjold touched on the
point in his,. annual report to
thp Assembly, made public here
"The beginning of space ex exploration
ploration exploration . has created a new
challenge to the development of
international law, just as the
ballistic missiles which pass
through outei1 space, have creat created
ed created a furthef challenge to the
disarmament effort..." he said-
"I hope that it will be possible;
to move ahead toward agree agreement
ment agreement on a basic rule that outer
space and the celestial bodies
therein are not considered as
capable of Appropriation by any
state, and an assertion of the
overriding Interest in the com community
munity community of nations in the peace peaceful
ful peaceful and beneficial use of outer
was committed by the defendant
in the nightime in the home of the
victim. The trial court did not
have nor does this court have
authority to modify the punisn
. If the Governor commutes the
sentence to life, it wo J. J mean the
Negro ex-convict would be elig eligible
ible eligible for parole a'ter serving 15
ears, or at age of 70.
Thj indictment for which hs
was sentenced to o. executed
the Negro with robbing $1.95
from Mrs. Estele Barker, 82, on
tne evening of July, 1957, in
rural Perry County in South Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. Although robbery is a capital of offense
fense offense on thlf state, juries in Ala Alabama
bama Alabama seldom Inflict the death, pe
natty for anything except murder
Only lour mejLhave been put to
death for that crime smee t:i2,
when the electric- chair was in
stalled at Kilby-''.prison in Mont
gomery. All four were Negreirs.
Gen. Lemay Grabs
New Record, Japan
ANDRKWS AIR FORCE BASE.
Md., Sept. 12 (UPI) CiTa'-sTir.ii-ing
Air Force Gen. Curtis Lemay
set a new uroffic'al non step
flight record from Japan to Wash Washington
ington Washington today, hurtling 7.100 miies
in 12 hours and 33 minutes.
Lemay, chief of the nation's
bomber forces, was at tiv con controls
trols controls of a giant 1-135 Stratotan'k Stratotan'k-er.
er. Stratotan'k-er. for the record breaking trip
He and his crew took o f fron
Japan's Y.okata Air Base at .6:55
p.m. yesterday and were clocked
in over Washington at 7:28 a m.
Four minutes later, the "general
in a hurry landed his plane al
Andrews Air Force Base.
It was the third time in less
than a year that the b'unt "snofc
en Air Force vice chief of staff
and head of the Strategic Air
Command had set an internation international
al international non-stop speed mark.
Last November, he was at the
controls of a"Stratotanker which
sped 6,235 miles from Westover,
Mass., Air Force Base to Buenos
Aires. Argentina, in 13 hours, 2
minutes, 51 seconds.
Two days later, he flew from
Buejios Aires to Washington 5.0H4
mihjs in 11 hours, 5 minutes and
Plans Radio Talk
Sir Ian Henderson, British Am
bassador to Panama, WiH deliver
a radio address Monday at 6 o.m
in observance o" the 1th anni
versary of tht Battle of Britain
over Radio Mia Selects.
The talk will last for 10 min minutes
utes minutes and will be devoted to an
account of the battle and its sig
Full Accreditation Granted
To Zone s Coco
The people of the community
can De cunlident that the static
ards of Coco Solo hospital are in
keeping with the high standards
established by the Joint Commis Commission
sion Commission on Accreditation o. Hospitals,
Gov. W. E; Potter said yestertlay
in a brief ceremony at Coco Solo
During the Ceremony, the Gov Governor
ernor Governor presented to Maj. Bruno
Eisen, the hospital's superinten superintendent,
dent, superintendent, a letter of notification that
the hospital is now fully accredit accredited.
ed. accredited. The accreditation was the re result
sult result of the hospital survey con conducted
ducted conducted it) July by special field re representatives
presentatives representatives of the hospital, ac
greditiilion commission from the
Potter,: congratulated Dr. Ejsen
and the ljaff of the hospital and
expressed confidence that the hjgh
standards' demanded by the"' aC,
creditytion commission will
maintained. He added that tbe
matter of accreditation is a volun volun-tary
tary volun-tary procedure on the part of the
hospital and something to aspire
Cob C. O. Bruce, director of the
Health Bureau accompanied Pot
ter to the hospital and spoke brie -ly
before he introduced the Gov Governor.
ernor. Governor. ;
On hand to witness the ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony were David C. Mcl'ienny, ad
In Couple's Death
Confessed By Son, 8
NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (UPI1 -An
18year-old Negro has been
picked up1 in Farmville, Va.. ror
nuestioning in the killing of Dr.
Melvin Nimer and his wife, Lou
Jean, the New York World-telegram
and Sun reoorted today.
The couple's eight-year-old son,
Melvin Dean, is under psychia psychiatric
tric psychiatric examination after allegedly
telling police that he kilWl his
parents in their bed with a kitchen
kinfe. Previously V hd said s
masked prowler choked him and
killed his parents when they came
to his aid.
The newspaper said Mrs, Nim Nimer
er Nimer had told police before she died
that she and her hustmna tun ris risen
en risen in answer to young Dean's
cries and had been attacked bv a
full-grown man wearing a white
hood. 3 k J3ffll
Her story apparently substantial
ed thp one first told to officers by
The newspaper gave no Indies
tion of what led notice to the Vir
ginia youth, whom it idem! led
as William Fletcher Jr. It said he
had been staying with his mother
in a rented Manhattan room, miles
from tu Nimer's S.Naten Island
home, and had "disappeared a
bout two days ago and returned
ministrative assistant at Coco So
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