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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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lijLWILY NEWSPAPER
AN INDEPENDENT
Mama Mental
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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VcANAOIAN WHISKY

- PANAMA, R.P. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1958 rlVE CENTO

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bed as "incredi-

lTinns oi winu.

oil" in the Gulf

o.7i 5-ton irrencn

Gilabert" ana

Siberian tanker

Saturday and

s. Twenty one

Admiralty said

being flown by

the aircraft car

to he stricken

g attempts had

Was "under con-

on the "Melika"

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boarding party

lmltiocr in "Hill.

-p taken to Mas-

PANAMA CATTLEMEN agreed
yesterday that the price of beef
to consumers could be reduced
by the elimination of mlddle-

p-b, especially those who oper

ated slaughterhouses.

At the few-hour meeting held

at Divisa with Agriculture and

Commerce Minister A 1 b erto
Boyd in attendance, the top

men in Jhe -country's cattle In Industry
dustry Industry estj resolved to seek the
purchase of the National Abba Abba-toir
toir Abba-toir by a cattlemen's cooperative
which will be formed for the
purpose.
Among other things, the cat cattlemen
tlemen cattlemen also approved a resolu resolution
tion resolution noting the contribution!
nade by Edward Healey, until
recently vtee president and gen general
eral general manager of the Chase Man

hattan Bank, to the growth o

republic's eattle industry.

A mnrnhitr tabloid todav re

ported a serious hazard which

confronts tee students of the
Liceo de Stfioritas high school

owing to construction shortcom

inns which have caused the

windows and doors of the rela

tively new building to warp con

siderably out of line,.
This has made the school
building an easy prey to
thieves who have, already

made off with the musical
instruments of the school
band and with some of the
toilet and bathroom fixtures.

Commerce Minister Alberto

Boyd reported today that an In

vestiaation is being made of the

charges made by I. Borensteln,
the proprietor of a Central Ave

nue store, to a group or u.s

travel agents wt visited here
recently retarding what he

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OFF THE TOP goes the Navy's swimming surgeon, just as he
nrnmlseri In vesterdav's Sunday American when he remarked

casually that he would swim Miraflores Lake as a "warm-up"

before attempting tae enure vanai.

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up into a wide

of saualls with toD

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about 580 miles

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Inquiries have revealed that a
ship which was believed to have

struck a submerged object in
the Canal near Miraflores on
Friday, probably struck the
bank.
The ship was the Sunjarv,
7155 tons gross, owned by the
Canadian firm of saguenay Ter Terminals,
minals, Terminals, Ltd., and she was trans transiting
iting transiting the Canal northbound on
a voyage from Vancouver to
Montreal.
On approaching Miraflores
locks, a bump and a shudder
was felt and it was thought at
the time that the propeller must
have struck something sub submerged.
merged. submerged. !? f$GwiSwz r
However, it was discovered
the hull had started to leak.

Panama Canal diyers went

down to inspect the hull and
found dents in the starboard
bilge section and in the area of
the boiler and engine room. In
addition, a section of the bilge

keel had been torn loose.

Canal traffic was not held up,
but there was some anxiety that

if it was a submerged object, it

might four other ships. Dredg Dredging
ing Dredging Division crews sent out to

trv and locate the object but

nothing was found.

An Inquiry was held on Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Canal sources said to

day the SunJarv came a little

TiQO ClOSe 10 i D&llK 'IU Jiiwu-

ft f (A,.

The County Attorney of La
nhorrera was given orders to re restrict
strict restrict the use of machetes and
hunting knives exclusively m
agricultural activities. The or order
der order stems from frequent stab stab-rings
rings stab-rings and machete duels be between
tween between farm workers.
According to a column in
the tabloid La Hora, the Coun County
ty County Attorney seeks to have
farm workers come into town
on shopping trips or for en entertainment
tertainment entertainment wit hout their
knives and machetes, which
are frequently brandished
when heavy drinking is in indulged
dulged indulged In.
The Chorrera official also
seeks to have all machetes col collected
lected collected and put away at the end
o each day's work, especially
when large groups are working
together on what is called a

"junta."

Provincial Auditor Leonardo
Conte has declared that there

has been a decrease in the in

come of the Panama City mu

nicipality, bu$ that the Income
is still enough to cover the ex

penses of the city.

He also admitted that lots of
taxpayers are in arrears with
their city taxes, but he flatly re refected
fected refected the idea that the muni

cipality was on the ;Bfga of

bankruptcy as had been charg

ed by some newspapers.
Train Plunges
Into Newark Bay;
Some 15 Killed

BAYONNE, N.J., Sept. 15 (UPI)

A commuter train plunged on
an ooen drawbridfie to feet into

Newark Bay today and the cost

guard reported at least 15 per
sons aboard had been killed.
Tnm locomotives and two Das

senaer cars of the train fell into

the bay, at least 35 feet deep.

One other passenger car dan-

sled from the trestle and iwo

others remained on the track.

spokesman for the Jersey Cenirat
Railroad said.
Coast guard and police boats

converged swiftly on the scene
to attempt rescues. The Jersey

Citv oolice sa d they had receiv

began at 8 a.m. to-M emergency call for skin div
. 4i ci i ers and equipment.

onrl a nllnrlmom1 mne m.iureu were roscueu siiwh-
ormscZs l,,.

train usually carried about 90 or
100 passengers at that hour al although
though although the five cars had a capa capacity
city capacity of about 375.
The accident occurred at 10:11
a.n. That was some time after
the usual morning commu er rush.

Use squally front

' continue to move

west-northwest dur;
novine across the

ntaABa fiiA Vi i rf V

during the night,
immediate reports

LUSe of the storm.

s Boy Scouts

Traffic

,y scouts will han han-of
of han-of traffic through

t trie city for four

and 5 p.m

a part of the ob-

r National Scout

or Cemetery

M . VL. WlllC III

re at the National

.ri First L,a1y Mrs.
la Ouardla handing
rtificates.

Miraflores Lake yesterday in 35
minutes flat, the Navy's swim swimming
ming swimming surgeon, Dr. Robert F.
Legge, today was spoiling for
another warm-up before his
ocean-to-ocean swim through
the Panama Canal.

The four-mile, ocean aiswnce

between Flamenco ana rorioia

Islands at the Pacific entrance
to the Canal is the doctor's next

target.

Swiming that slice of shark shark-filled
filled shark-filled rough water was 53-year-oM
Legge's second
thought after drying off from
his practice whh yesterday.
His first thought was. "Some "Somebody
body "Somebody forgot the beer."
He made, the crack as he

touched the wall of Mlranores

Locks and climbed the n-iooi

runabout of BalbOa policeman

William ft. Nail, who escorted

htm Across the lake.

Thirty-five miriutes earlier,

the isth Naval District medical

officer nonchalantly scaiea ine

ladder to the top of the center
wall at the Pedro Miguel Locks

and dived off..

It was 11:43 a.m. when ne en

tered the water.

With leisurely, almost lecna-

dalsica! strokes. Legge went a

bout the business of covering

thi one-mile plus 140-vara ais-

tance He- swam the crawi

reaching out in long, graceful

half circles, occasionally switch
ine to the backstroke.

At 12-18 n.m.. as casually as

he had manned it, the Navy

four-strioer reached tne wan oi

Miraflores Locks, where he was

met hv five or six Panama ca

nal line narliers wno siarea

down Wonderingly.

En route the doctor was ass

ed how he was doing, and ne

renlfed- "Oh. it's a little hit

hot."

The doetor wore

LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Sent. 15 (UPH All four of Lit.

tie Rock's high schools closed automatical! todav at 8

a.m. on orders from Gov. Orval E. Faubus, who said he
reared Supreme Court-ordered integration would set off

more violence.

Just before 8 a.m., about 18 white airls. 16 or 17

years old, walked into Central High. They were all wear

mg snorts except one girl, who wore tight-fitting toreajfer

Several arrived in taxkabs. There was some indica indication
tion indication they arrived by prearrangement, since one giggled:
"Well, here I am." They got in with no difficulty.
The schools were scheduled to have opened at 8:30
a.m.
Six or seven civilian guards patrolled the grounds of
Central High, the biggest of the schools and the scene
last year of the nation's worst integration battles.

ly that morning. It seemeqet
Dr. Legge with his usual ca ca-sualness,
sualness, ca-sualness, had decided only an
hour earlier to swim the lake.

Asked later if he still wanted

to accompany his father on the

swim through the canal, ne

saldr "Oh no. I think I'll row the

boat."

Dr. Legge. mildly disappoint

ed with his time of 35 minutes,

revised his estimate of how long

he expected to take to swim the

Canal.
Originally he anticipated 12
hours. He now estimates 14
hours, averaging a mile about
every half hour;
But to swim-happy Dr. Legge,
time was no problem. To him It
meant that much more time in
the water. And he'd rather swim
than eat.

were

Detroit Threatened
By Polio Epidemic.

Asian Flu

DETROIT (UPD A major polio

epidemic and an invasion of Asian
flu threatened the nation's fifth
largest city today.
City-county medical authorities
rallied to avert widespread sick sickness
ness sickness and an emergency polio vac vaccination
cination vaccination committee was formed.
Nine new polio cases Saturday
brought Detroit's total for the
week to 21 and boosted the figure
for the year to 322. The National
Foundation's local headquarters
,-eported 430 cases in surrounding
Wayne County. There have been
10 deaths
While polio posed the prime
threat to the metropolitan area,
City-couftty Health Commissioner

,ia.iWI Dr. Joseph M. Moiner warnea ue

The Sunjarv stopped at Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal for temporary repairs
which consisted of placing a
concrete box over the damaged
area -pn the inside of the hull.
She left during the weekend.

Agents for the vessel
Fernie and Co.

US, Britain

Russia Of Blocking
Summit Conference
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15 (UP1) (UP1)-The
The (UP1)-The United States and Britain
have disclosed today they have
accused Russia of blocking efforts
to arrange a fruitful summit con
ference.
. The State Department said the
Western powers .acted to correct
an "erroneous picture" painted by
the Soviet bloc in claiming that
the west was throwing a monkey
Wrench into efforts to set up sucn
a meeting.

The west's countercharges were
contained in notes sent to Com

munist Czechoslovakia in answer
tn nnr the allies received three

and half months ago,

The American note, delivered in
Prague Friday, was made public
in Washington today.
It said the western powers had
tried to harrow the gap on what
could be -discussed profitably at
a summit meeting.
"It is the Soviet Union that has
blocked any progress on this mat mat-ter
ter mat-ter by its failure to accept this
(western) proposal or to submit
an equally effec ive and workable
alternative," the U.S. note said.

Faubus said today that he
will order state police to help
city police maintain order in
the Little Rock integration
crisis, if they are needed.

Faubus disclosed that Mayor

warner nopii. m a letter, ask-

eti im : ,t poii-..

oowtt mtvawcir tnem. any.
He said that because city

authorities have made it

"crystal clear" city

will not be used in forcible

integration, he will cooperate
with them "in every way pos possible
sible possible in helping- maintain or
restore order in any areas of
the city where the services
of state police may be needed."

The guards refused to let 20
or 30 newsmen and photogra photographers
phers photographers set foot on the school school-ground.
ground. school-ground. There apparently were no
mere spectators, among whom
violence started last year, a a-round
round a-round Central.
The opening of all the
schools had been delayed two
weeks to see what the Supreme
Court would do. It ordered
them integrated immediately
on Friday. There was no indi indication
cation indication now when they will
open.

About 175 teachers at the four
schools were at their iobs. Thev

were under contract to go to

work sept. 2 and have reported

regularly since then.

The closing of the schools

today.
The" City council made it
plain to the government Satur Saturday
day Saturday night that police would not
bAp integrate Central.
It said, however, potirm would
"protect life rird ftfppertf'ife
city."
ThWmlemrt a -of
tension in Little Reck yes

police aav- 11 was a cool almost clear

eanDatn. onurcnes were crowa-
ed and only a few persons were
on the- streets.
They strolled about, looking
In store windows and chatting,
enjoying a break in the stifling
summer heat. Faubus is still
out of town resting but will be

back later today.
Justice Department attor attorneys
neys attorneys flatly refused to say
what action they are planning
against Faubus, or against po potential
tential potential troublemakers.

It was known that the Justice
Department plans to seek in injunctions
junctions injunctions against s u s p ected
troublemakers. But until the
schools open on an integrated
basis, no trouble was expected.
Two leaders of the segrega segregationist
tionist segregationist Capital Citizens Couneu
charged that the Justice de department
partment department was planning to arrest
11 segregationist leaders WSM
''try to send them to the peni penitentiary."
tentiary." penitentiary." They said that if the Justice
Department "gets away with

that" it will try to arrest Fan-

made uncertain the academic! bus ard then start mass arrests.

trunks and blue swim fins. A A-bout
bout A-bout mldwev across he passed
one ship, the merchant Fen Fen-borg,
borg, Fen-borg, on its way towards Pedro
Miguel Locks.

At about the same tune Legge
Alan nassed his 20-vear-old son

- L . . rt...

Onrdon. who had stanea nve

minutes sooner.

The elder Legge, more than
twice his son's senior ,with 33

years on him, was almost twice

the distance when he nnisnea.
His son pulled In 15 minutes
later, explaining that he had
tired from getting to bed ear-

Lost Spectacles
Awaiting Owner
A pair of horn-rimmed epecta
cles are awaiting their owner at
Balboa Police station lost prone, prone,-ty
ty prone,-ty department. Police say they
were picked up in Barnaby
Street.

troit that Asian tin is due to t.ikr
another swipe at the city this fail.
Moiner said the virus may not
be as potent as the 1957 outbreak
which killed 45 and afflicted more

than one-tenth the city's popula

tion, but he tola last year s suf sufferers
ferers sufferers they should not make the
mistake of believing that previous
treatment has given them "nat "natural
ural "natural immuniiation."

Moiner said the polio epidemic
sweeping the Mo' or City area is
the "worst I have seen In, all my
years as a health officer."
The health commissioner, who
has been prominent in Detroit'?
medical practices for 31 years,
termed the newtage of paralytic
cases "alarming."
Eleven per cent of pollft cases

were oaralvtic in 1957, but the

oercen'Oce lumped to 60 this

vear. 76 in the Negro populations.

Wayne County Medical Society

launched a cash" program J
combst the infantjlejaralysis epi-

in 'it ii

Judge's Bench

Bus driver Howard David Os

borne, 39, Panamanian, was km ck
ed for a 30-day jail sentence when
he appeared in Balboa Magis
trates Court today for driving a
bus on La Boca Road while his

driving license was revoked.

His long record of traffic m

fenses showed that this was hi;
seventh conviction for driving

while his license was revoked.

He was alio placed on proba

Hon for a nominal 30 days for

permitting a passenger to entei

the bus 1,1 Place wmcn was not

a desipnuea nus stop.
Ceoree Conrad Bedford. 37, Pa

nsmanian, was fined $15 for beinc

found loitering in the Canal 7m
without legitimate business am
Without visible mean: Of support
Ernesto Sandier. 2t, Panama
nian and Narciso Salas, 49, Nlca
raguan, were fined $15 each f
intoxication.

future of 3470 high school stu

dents.
Many who were supposed to
start school this fall in the
senior class, were reported
trying to get into out-of-town
schools, so they would be
ready for college next fall.

The Justice Department Is

expected to take steps later to today
day today to become a direct partici participant
pant participant lh the Little Rock integra integration
tion integration case so it can go into Fed

eral court to ask action against
Faubus.

The Justice Department, is ex

pected to petition to "perfect its
status" in the caee. Until now

the main parties have been the
National Assn. for the Advance Advancement
ment Advancement of Colored People and the

Little Rock School, Board,

The Justice Department, so

far functioning only as a friend
of the court, could not initiate
action.

Mrs. L. c. Bates, head of the

NAACP in Arkansas, and Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Laws, Southwest field sec secretary
retary secretary for the NAACP. resigned

themselves to waiting until the

status of the schools is cleared

"We hpve no plans to take

my of tne cnildren to the

schools." Laws said. "The school
(Central) is closed and it would
be nonsensical to go out there,

t think, under those circum
stances."

"I have heard of no Negro
parents who plan to take their
hlldren to Central or any of
he high schools," Mrs. Bates
ild. "As It looks now, we'll have
o wait until it opens."
The criminal investigation
division of the State Pollee
was on a 24-hour "standby
basis." The Little Roek police
department cancelled all vaca vacations
tions vacations and days off, as ef 1 a.m.

There is absolutely nothing1

to it," assistant attorney gener general
al general Malcolm Wilkey, in charge of
the special Justice Department
teem in Little Rock, said.
Faubus said he expected the
Justice Department to do some something,
thing, something, but he did not knotf
what.
In any case, he said, he did
not think the government had
any legal basis to order him to
reopen the schools.
The Federal building,
U.S. Marshal Beal Kidd has been
training 150 special deputies for
integration enforcement, waa
almost empty.
Kidd was in, as was Stephen
G. Bransdorfer, a spokesman for
the Justice Department, but
neither had anything to say.

Panama Formally
Asks Mindi Closing
The Panama Foreign Mlniatr?
has formally requested the
closine of the Panama Canal's
Mindi dairv in a note deliver delivered
ed delivered to the U.S. Embassy here o
ver the weekend.
The note, which was one of
the last official acta of. WKy
eign Minister Miguel J. Morei
Jr. before leaving for the U.N.
General Assembly met whf
he will head the Panama dele delegation,
gation, delegation, requesting the closing;
of the dairy in contormltv with,
a Drovlsion of the 1985 Pan-ama-U.S.
treaty.
Moreno pointed out that Pan Panama
ama Panama dairies are in a position
to offer milk and ice cream of
a satisfactory nual'Jy endn'lee
on a cont'nn'n nsts. t"
making the operation oJQm

iviinui aairy uiuiecewHurjr

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PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1951

THfFANAMA

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The. Ma hlhH
U contribute letter den t

Mil day letter, ere published in the order received.
Hum tn re aeeo the lettert limited to one page

Identity ot letter writer is held in strictest confidence
TMe ajawipaQSjr aisumei no respens.biliry foi statements or opinion!
THE MAIL BOX

TABLE

Five cents gets you something or other that the man who
signs himself "A Panamanian Waiter" is not employed in that
capacity either in the Zone or Panama. He may own or manage
a restaurant, but he doesn't "wait." For one thing, his English
is good enough to qualify him for a better-paying type of job. For
Soother he seems all-too-well up on decisions of the Canal Zone
Courts, but only when they seem to be lenient with Americans.
Doubtless this gent is a professional propagandist of some
"sort, paid or unpaid. Nevertheless his letter warranto comment.
The story of the rough manners of the American patron
moves me to say that 1 deplore his bad manners, his making per perhaps
haps perhaps much over little. But alter all, he had been overcharged.
And if he's been overcharged as often as he and his kind, and
other kinds too, are in some not all places in Panama, I can
Imagine his feelings might have been a little raw.
Then the waiter takes it upon hhnself to insult the patron oy
!telling him not to bother to leave a tip. A tip, presumably, is for
adequate service, or better. It seems rude of a waiter to tell a
Matron who had made a justified complaint (even rudely) that
he needn't leave a tip. On the face of it, this action suggests to
jne the waiter knew the check was wrong In the first place. Otn Otn-rwise
rwise Otn-rwise he could have simply said nothing.
However the red-nfecked one, knowing waiters are expected
to get part of their wages in tips, doesn't get so mad that he
walks out leaving nothing. Instead, he gives the waiter a mini minimal
mal minimal tip of 10 cents a head. Perhaps the normal tip would have
been 25. So again, he's wrong, in the "waiter's" eyes. -i
The patron can nearly always tell whether his check has been
i,4i.-i nrhatvier mfiriv an prrnr has been made, by

the headwaiter, the waiter, the

people get mad, it was usuaiiy lnwnuunw.
In the Incident reported by "A Panamanian Walter" they got
m Suspicious

OFF-LIMITS BALLET
"H' Seems odd that three cultural dance programs by a bunch of
clean-cut young Americans at the Rio Theater should lead us all
Into a study of vice control methods. But "A.L." Mail Box, Sept.
14) has brought it up. ,.
t. tv. hni nf nin Ahain off limits to servicemen, or is it

only forbidden for them to go upstairs on the side streets, or to
enter certain, yes certain, bars and places of entertainment?
Off limits regulations for some areas are to protect the young
.soldier from vice in dark corners, dim alleys, behind closed doors

in bad neighborhoods. jMB lx. 'SsS
Rio Abajo is a big place, almost a city in itself. It BM many
-respectable homes; some not so respectable.
Surely the vonnsr soldier's morals could hardly be damaged
by making his way out the via Espafta to the Rio Theater. The
ipjace is brightly lit by floodlights on all sides. National Guards Guards-,
, Guards-, men were plentiful. Traffic was well directed.
And what of the few brave GI's who did break regulations to
.enter the place occupied by diplomats, and military officials.
Will they get reprimands, or worse? Eye Went
X PJ? CHANCE AND CALCULUS
Mi: ,
,V5. Jttrt. Woman" (Mail Box, Sept. 12) probably would like
to see me much more befuddled than I am at present over the
philosophic perambulations with which F.J.K. attempts to convey
his system of beating the lottery to the less fortunate ones.
If she was able to figure out F.JJK,'s system I will have to
doff my hat to her and admit once again that in most instances
we poor men are no match for the females of this atomic age.
She probably has a college degree and made good use of her
'years at some reputable instituti6n of learning. But how many
fof us are as fortunate as "Just a Woman? Hef suggestion that I
refer to a Handbook of Mathematical Tables and Formula would
not only send me into a realm that I, with my grade school edu education,
cation, education, have never explored, but would surely leave me in such
a state of utter confusion that I wouldn't even be able to count
to ten any more.
On the basis of what "Just a Woman" says, I guess the lot lot-'
' lot-' terv is easv meat for all those who have a fair command of the

intricacies of algebraic equations

the bulk of us out on a limb.
I still would, like to hear from F. 3. K. himself to see if he

can provide a more down-to-earth explanation of his system.
Befuddled

L

CULTURE AND COMFORT

On the subject of this ballet

like to put these Canal Zone people in their place for talking
so much nonsense about the Rio Theatre.
A big fat Zonian lounging on a bar the other day told me
stoat his wife badly wanted to go see the ballet. Between sips
and sotch-on-the-rocks he told me he refused to take her be because
cause because the theatre was so uncomfortable. The seats were too hard
for his already well upholstered rear end, and it was too hot
he claimed.
He said, shifting his weight from ope thigh to the other
on the bar stool (hard wooden-topped variety where he had
been for at least two hours without complaint) that he went to
the New York Symphony Orchestra performance And 'they turn turned
ed turned the ventilation fans off so that the orchestra could be heard
better. This statement was made bitterly.
This fellow, like so many more of tnose comfort-loving cottonwool-wrapped
Zonlans, was just making excuses for his own
shallowness. He wasn't really interested in anything artistic, he
was just taking an opportunity to sneer at this little country
of Panama and the facilities it can offer.
Admittedly the Rio Theatre is a little warm at times, but
1 so what? You wouldn't notice if you were interested in the
performance. And what percentage of these very superior
Zonians has air-conditioning in their living quarters?
For Art's Sake.

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By VICTOR RIISIL
Jim Hoffa wants to be president
of the Teamsters Union. He isn't.
He knows it. Soon the Federal
Courts will prove this, mere now
is really only one power in that
behemoth ouuit. That power is a
man Hoffa has never seen or spo spoken
ken spoken to Judge E. Dickinson Lsits
The Judge shortly is expected to
tell Ho fa to clean up or get out
as "provisional" president.
To act swiftly beiore the Federal
Court Joes, Hoffa and his brain
trusters have conjured up a "now
you see it now you aon' t retorm
movement Sort of a built-in, coa
trollable "crusade."
The Teamsters national head headquarters
quarters headquarters plans some slow motion
suspension of officers exposed by
the McCIellan committee.
The officials will be given enough
advance knowledge of the coming
suspehnsions to allow them to find
some friendly local judges to help
protect them against that grim
palacp ot Holla justice, the lea in-
OS' national office. Then, when
the suspension order arrive, tho
local officialdom will be fully pre
pared.
The local officers simply will
wave local court sh-dars at thw
"crusaders" from Weshinqton
way. Thtu local court orders
will enjoin the national office
from suspending the boys and
lifting their union's Charters. Hof
fa's avant-garde will report back
to tho chit?. Ho will launch long
legal proceedings.
From the national Teamsters
headquarters will come crackling
statements that they tried, but me
courts intervened. This then is the
silken strategy to give the im impression
pression impression of reform. But no one
actually will havt been reformed,
or removed under this cheme.
Yet not even Hof fa's expensive
legs and public relations talent
believes that many days can slip
by without some of the Teamster
officers on Sen. McClellan's list
being dropped. So, in the duky
hours over the canyons of Manhat Manhattan
tan Manhattan we come to still another
stratagem. Here, in secret, some
weeks ago, one of Hof fa's inter
national union representatives
met most of the night with seven
of the more notorious, but less in influential,
fluential, influential, local Teamster officials
exposed by the embattled Bob Ken
nedy, -w : Tr - tMmk:
Hof fa's aide said that the time
had come for the seven local of officials
ficials officials to resign. This would cisc
Jimmie's "embarrasment." The
seven were well fixed. They had
investments and businesses of their
own. Other jobs would be found
for them, if necessary. But, the
emissary said, in any event this
they are expendablp since they are
the ones most likely to succed in
breaking back into the hdlines.
Furthermore, they were V d that
if they did resign, the ;e less
likely to drw Federal lightning.
"Thar art others who ar
"expendable" right across tho
land. At about the tamo time
tho New York meet' had strewn
its final cigarette butt, similar
''moats" wara being held in oth other
er other big cities. Informed circles
believe that on was hold in De Detroit
troit Detroit and another in Chicago. Ev Everywhere
erywhere Everywhere the point was made
that Hoffa was under terrific
strain. And no relisf was around
tho corner of Washington's
streets.
This is true. The McCIellan Com-,
mittee has a schedule packed far
more heavily than is realized. It
plans to hold hearings r i $ h t
through Septtmber, November.
December and January of '59
Counsellor Kennedy will be dig
ging into the Chicago Teamsters
local led by Joey Glimeo, who onci-
posted armed guards outside his
union headquarters to keep but
committee probers.
Kennedy is also planning anoth
er public look at the Mafia and
the juke box mobs. Some of these
will lead to Teamsters from time
to time and state to state. Which
means that Hoffa and his col
leagues, will be bsorbed by
events in the Senate hesring room
until early ntxt year.
Hoffa and his personal cabinet
relaize that they can't stand up
against the government forever-
even with the world s largest union
in their hands for the moment.
The Teamsters' very size is a pro
blem to Hoffa now. It is to big
tnat nis macoine is Having dim
culty keeping it all in line.
Fact is that there is a formid formidable
able formidable coalition forming around West
Coast Teamster chief Einar Mohn,
ah international union vice-president.
And even Hoffs can't fight
on ill fronts.
That's whv he's staging the
great "reform."
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By
This is Only the Beginning (But
it's also near the end.): it's com
mon knowledge in the Orient that
stratemc materiel destined lor our
allies is continually diverted to
Red China, through hijacking, and
other shenanigans, engaged in by
subversives as well as mobsters
and service men out for tho mon
ey. Motor convoys are constantly
held up; in Japan, Philippines,
Thailand and elsewhcve, goods are
tunneled out of arsenals, often by
U.S. military personnel who sell
out to the blackmarket. Other
skulduggery includes, accidental
mistakes on bills of lading ar.d
way bills, as a result of which
shipments go to some "neutral"
port where they re lost m the shut
fie. then resold to the Reds. The
U.S. Defense Dept.
huee force of secret a
Orient, working on this, but on
side of an occasional arrest (usual
ly of enlisted men only) nothirg
is or maybe, can be done, nut
When it happens in the U.S., then
the FBI grabs 'em. And reu'y
grabs 'em.
I Don't Care What You Say A
bout Me (But not Titia Louise);
Of course I only helped make Ti Tina
na Tina Louise into a. star. But whenev
er I write anything about her I get
a nasty can from una or irom
her mother (and wasn't mom in
the news, too, recently?) ami
mom is worse than Tina becau??
she rambles on and on. Under
stand the precious pair is the same
with all columnists.
Only Three Days to "WW: What's
this about Lew Ayres and. Barbs
ra Stanwyck, and what Happens
to Joanne Dru?... Arthur Mac'Ar Mac'Ar-tnur,
tnur, Mac'Ar-tnur, the general's' son, dining at
Stampler's Steak Joint with Gene
Kelly's 17 year-old doll Kerry ...
And millionaire producer Blevin
PtVis dittoine with Ella Logai at
Jim Downey s showfolk hansom
Morton Downey Jr. doesn t
want to leave Hollywood beeause
f Mrrlvn Carroll, a hoofer art the
Moulin Rouge ...-Smart Chickie
James (the Latin Quarter alum
na) had no trouble niacins a
('"mb blond oh Kraft's Mystery
rneatre...How can sessue Haam
ws be frontins a club in New Yrrk
when he's taking Jacaueline .TOur-
dan, the French thrush, to Te-kvo
to sing in a club there?. ..Liz
nay, gal friend of Mickey (The
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LEE MORTIMER
Louse) Cohen, about to do her
strip at Mexico's Kosarito Beam
...Which reminds me that Kern
Dibbs, mentioned as Lana Tur Turner's
ner's Turner's newest bey lnT. s hkc
Stompanalo (and what's ye doing
with Meg Myles at Ben' Blue's
Santa Monica bistro?). ..The way
other gals look at gals without
furs, you'd think they were fur fur-iners.
iners. fur-iners. It? how the Ferris WheeW: Thi
Liz Taylor "Cat ou Hot. etc',' Os Oscar
car Oscar campaign seven .months, in
advance- doesn't bother Audrey
Hepburn who thinks she got ft
sewed up with the forth-coming
"Tho Nun's- Story.' ... My itam
naming Bernard Newman a suc-i
cessor to Tom Curran as N. Y.
County Republican leader, confirm
ed by a. secret poll sivini him 1786
f the 2W8 votes and the backlni5!
oi zu tne 31 district leaders ..
Pity poor little minks. Not only
must they give their all for style,
but they have to cuanee color
frdm season to season to keen up
with the la.-Iies lic!f taste: Cera
lean, Autunn Haze, guumrcal Im
tetia. But l ie topper of 'em all is
due in October, atcording to my
friend Leon Fleischer, the world
famed fur designer, who vriJi be
first with Arcturus. a lavender'
shade, so help me Hannah'
wolf is a inv who thinks the world
owes him a loving.
I'm Just a Fud Playhjg Stud:
Elaine Stritch and Barry Sullivan
boiling over their billing in up upcoming
coming upcoming "Goldilocks '' They're wi wider
der wider the title. And who precedes
whom? ... Le Chateau Richelieu
joining the autumn 'reopening pp.r pp.r-ade...
ade... pp.r-ade... Johnny "Say Darline", Des
niond's definition of frustration:
"Being marooned on a de.srt is island
land island with Anita Ekberg and An Anthony
thony Anthony Steel!"
It's the Law: probably no gov government
ernment government agehev comes tip ag?inrt
as many heartbreaks as the U.S.
Immigration and Naturalization
Service, where every case' involv
es human beings and their nrob
lems. their emotions, tragedies
ind loved ones. Instead of hting
riard and cold aid bureaucratic,
it iSf- under, Commr. Swing, a de de-hartment
hartment de-hartment all of us can be nroun
n. Fc this, credit goes to the lov
W nn ipritcaten men and women
in the field, and especially in the
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year when I toss out applause,
how about several long and loud
cheers for Harry J. Anslinger, the
fighting U.S. Commissioner of
Narcotics, and his small but brave
force of men only 200 strong -to
battle thP world wide dope mono
poly? And George H. Gaffney,
who's doing such a good job here
as District Supervisor.
I'm a Sill from Squaresville;
Billy Martin, the Detroit Tiger,
purring like a kitten over Latin
Quarter's lovely Connie Warner at
Ed Wynne's zoor where all the
celebs gather. (El Morocco's Ed
die Perona aeain Droved that vou
,;a;broK
Harwyn, including Y mtip Scnew
and a blonde! )...Henny Youngman
says he's signed his yA'e for
tour of the moon because she's no
earthly good ... Town's newest
playboy combine is Robert Watt
and Butler Miles, and that means
the press agents will be flooding
the columns with items about
them such as: "They double dat
ed Prncess Sherin, cousin of the
assassinated King of Iraq, and Pa
trfeia Heller." ... Gretchen Foster,
a "Miss Rheingolri" finalist, is a
niece of Ricarao Montalban...Busy
days indeed at the fabulous Con
cord where Lorraine "Frenchy"
Trydelle is writing a book about
her experiences running a hoe!
and Arthur Winarick, Ray Parker
irnd ''Private" Phil (Barnum)
Greenwald are r e a d y ihg the
world's largest 3(.500 seats) and
most elaborate niehtclub for a
soon to-come opening with such
stars s Sophie Tudter, Johnnie
Ray, Kathryn Grayson, Nat 'Kins'
Cole on the bill and the entire
east of 60 from the Paris Lo for
the preem! When a babe fibs a
bout the size of her girth, accord
in to actress Fran Tclt, Jr, ft'3
fniya little weight lie
1 Gomg, Goin". Gr"e!(But cn we
count on it)?: Former Bronx
hidpe Tuis Fusco who used tn
prefer Joan Craw'ord's niece Joan
t.ow. who in turn preferred Gary
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Ma

"ltRRY
WASHINGTON General Ei-
senhower, in Pi in the spring
ot 1952, told me: "It is inconveiv inconveiv-able
able inconveiv-able that we should ever let Ame
rican boys get bogged down on the
mainland of Cmna. It s a swam;
with no bottom." Eisenhower apoke
with conviction and I am sure ne
meant what he said.
But as President he has now zot
himself in a position where either
American boys get bogged dawn
on the mainland of China or Ame
rican troops, plus our Chinese Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist allies, retreat front a st st-ries
ries st-ries of islands along the Chinese
mainland with great loss of face
to ourselves and wakening of ur
links with Japan, South Korea, the
Philippines, Thailand, and other
Far East alhes.
How the President got himself
in a predicament which he as a
general knew was to be avoided
is a story with many ramific ions.
Actually it dates back to nre-
Eisenhower days when the Repub
lican party, which he now heart.',
made Formosa a great political
issue.
Most people have ftf.-gotten it,
but it was Formosa which broke
up. the bipartisan foreign policy
wmcn nan pretty well kept Kep -h
licans and Democrats united dur
ing and after World War II.
One of the most interesting as
pects of current American history
is wny ine itepuoncan party, witn
many other issues available, choe
this above all others to do battle
with the Democrats. Why?
CHINA LOBBY
The basic backstaee reason urn-
baby is that which euides so manv
ethers, but which the publid does doesn't
n't doesn't know aboutcmoney.
Monty in the orm of camoai?n
funds was plentifully siphoned in into
to into the elections of various .Sena .Senators.
tors. .Senators. Usually, it didn't show op. in
the list o' campaign contributions.
But sometimes telltalp clues ap
peared, such as the trip of Louov
Kung, nephew of Chiang Kai-shek,
to the Ambassador Hotel in l os
Angeles during the Nixon cam
paign for the Senate m 1950 when
witnesses saw him hand over a
large roll of cash to help Nixon
defeat Congresswoman Helen Ga Ga-haan
haan Ga-haan Douglas.
There was also Senator McCar
thy's affiliation with the China
lobby, which he never denied while
alive; and the friendship between
Senator Bridges of New Hamp
shire ana the soeng-Kunc dynas
ty.
; Dr. T..V. Soong nd Dr, H. H
Kung, both brothers-in-law of
Chiang Kai-shek, and among the
wealthiest men in the world, have
uirccico ine operuon or rae unina
IfthhV Thill hg h hirart l.V.Viin of c
retained lawyers, offered bountiful
girls to newspapermen to pound
home to the American neople the
idea that Chiang Kt shitt could
retake th Chinese im'n,land of
sufficient American dollars were
funneled to Formoaa.
For ai long time the American
people believed this. And in sp"-ch
after speech on the Senate floor
certain Senators, who knew bet
tei. helped to keep alive this myth.
The pO'ent, generous influenre
of this lobby was one of the main
teasons whv, the Benoblican -rty
found itself pushed into p-inf
Formosa as the issue on which
to break the bipartisan foreis'i po policy;
licy; policy; and why Eisenhower h-s al also
so also found himself, against h: n-vn
better judsment. -ehed into an
embarrassing predicament along
the Chinese coast.
DYNAMIC DOUG
Another reason was the per per-suavise,
suavise, per-suavise, dynamic personality of
Gen. Doughs MacArthnr, then
commander in Tokyo, who told vi vi-siting
siting vi-siting deleeatlons of American Se
nators that American troops ust
take over Formosa am! hold n
the name O? its former rnnniirrnr
Jaoan. 'JmBBawn.
MacArthur even went so far as
to put a ..special plane at the dis-
the Army and Air Corps: "How
TV 1. j 1 m w
nisn tne Moon? .. .Today s Bar
bara Nichols item (and how can I
keep up with her?): With Ray
Kat7. the agent, all over town and
at Harvey' Rosen's El Borrs-he
Kiss Room. too. CDne nf mv fav
orit. spots. also.)...T eah hardlr
wait for "Aku-Aky," the newest
hnok hv Thnr tTpvorrlahl onlW
of "KonTiki."... Some Br'oadway-
itei are so nishked. oeonle won f
alk about them even to insult
them.
Definition from the Bway Lexl
enn: Bachelor: A guy who never
Mrs. anyone.

Refineria Las Minas Awards Five
More Scholarships
Reflnerle Let Mlna.t, at Lai -Minn Bay. District of Oetlva. Province
of Colon, which la owned by Refineria Penami. S.A., announces the
desigrntion of five more scholarships to Penemsnian students for grad graduate
uate graduate study at Universities In the United States. These scholarships are in
addition to the Ave similar scholarships recently awarded to five Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian students.
The scholarships offer post-eraduate specialized study In petroleum
engineerlna. petro-chemical enjlneerlns. end courses In the manaaement
of petroleum enterprises. Each successful candidate will- receive a
monthly stipend of SJ59 during the school year end round trip trans transportation
portation transportation between Panama and the University. The duration of the stu studies
dies studies will be as requlsed by the Universltv and determined by the Schol Schol-arshlD
arshlD Schol-arshlD Committee. When the student completes his course he will be
required to work for the Refinery for the same inrth of time as the
duration of his scholarthlrr studies, provided the Refinery require hie
services. If employed he will be siyen the same salary and worldn con condition
dition condition as foreign technical employes commensurate with relative ex experience
perience experience Candidates must b bilingual and possess a degree In engin engineering,
eering, engineering, er b etudenta who will earn an engineering degree within a few
months.
The Committee on Scholarships will receive applications from In Interested
terested Interested Panamanian atudenta until S p.m. On October 31. IIS. Personal
interviews will be accorded to qualified atudenta at Panarn during the
school vacation period In December.
Applications should be addressed to:
v Victor J. Fahrega. Jr.
Secretary, Scholarship Committee
ee Refineria Panama, 8. A.,
Panama, R. de P.
Apartede MM,
VICTOR J. PAmBOA. it.

MUYWASHlNftTnii

"-v wii
- bo Round
posal of Bepublican Senators Fer-
afUSOO of Mirhi Pan anH fimiHi &
, e wuuio U4
New Jersey so they courti fry to
mimosa aiver in, Male Ueparl Ueparl-ment
ment Ueparl-ment had refused air transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. This was the beginning of ton
MacArthur pratii.e oi lgmcuig jn jn-atruetions
atruetions jn-atruetions from Washington, a
practice which ovrnhull imA Tra.
. -.vuu.. h;u . I-
man to decide that either Mao.
Apuiur wouia iaice orders froii the)
White House or get ant.
Mac Arthur's reromminrlafirna
plus the agitationof the China tob-
py, pius the fact that an attorney
ior the Soong Kung dynasty, Louie
Johnson, was then Secretary of
ueiense, causea many nigh level
conferencesrinsirie the Truman ad administration
ministration administration during urhirh
- ea "- wvv i vi-
ary of State Acheson argued that
wnn couio not retaKe the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese mainland and that American
troops should not be risked on ine.
most.
LEASHING CHIANG
AcheSOn arcnarl that It m,'l,l
...M. .1 Jill 1 I
even be necessary to have Ame American
rican American naval forces around Formo Formo-sa
sa Formo-sa to protect Chiang-Kai. shek
from Chinese Red attack. Gen. O-
1 9lev then chairman of tho
Joint Chiefs of Staff, backed "him
up, and Truman adopted this po policy.
licy. policy. The U.S. Seventh Fleet was keit
m Formpsan waters to make sure
that no OTUfcrstinns 44J
the NationMast and Communist
Chinese which might eventually in involve
volve involve the USA.
, J? e PMsMential campaign of
1952. this became on, of the chief
political targets o' Republican ora ora-tors.
tors. ora-tors. The Triimnn 9rlmlnct..iA.
JJu Was Jaia,ed, was preventing
( hiang-Kai-shk fron retakihff th
Chinese mainland. Some even ac accused
cused accused Dean Acheson of being pro-
uiiiimunisi, oecause ne had
hamstrune Chianc Th
vociferous demands that Chiang ba
uincasnea.
After th' elertinn V
jflew to Korea, and en route hit
piane stopped to refuel at Iwn .li .lima.
ma. .lima. During that hour fiunUi..
er stretched his less in a walk
witn Aom. Arthur Radford.
That hour rnmnli-tolv
the policy of the United States in
me urieni ana placed the nevr
President in exactly the o t silO
position to what his judgmp 't j
a military man nan previously die die-tated.
tated. die-tated. It also nlarerl the TTnital Ct.l
ijj Uie embarrassing predicament
We iind ourselves torlav
The first practical matches;
were made in 1827 by John
najKcii uruaiHisv, mi x.xi-
land. They were sputtering,
, explosive splints of wood
tipped with a mixture of anti-
mony sulphide, potassium
chlorate, gum arabic ar.d
' starch. They were drawn be
tween folds of paper covered
with ground glass to light them.
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER M, lWk

Nikolai Bulganin
May Be Dying
British Daily Says
LONDON (UPI) The Sunday
Reynolds News, quoting "j usual usually
ly usually reliable Moscow source," said
yesterday that former Soviet
Przmier Nikolai- Bulganin is se seriously
riously seriously :il Dossibly dyins."

According to the source, the

JNews said, ."Buigamns nie is now
a matter of weeks."
Bulganin lost his post' as pre premier
mier premier to Nilrita S. Khrushchev
early this year. In August he was
dismissed as state banrchairman
nd appointed to a minor post as
chairman of the Stavropol Region
Economic Council in the Caucasus.
Earlier this month, he was
dropped from the ruling Soviet
Party Presidium.
Shelled Jap Fisher
Seized By Soviet;
Crew Unreported
KUSHIRO, Japan (UPI)-A Jap Japanese
anese Japanese fishing boat which reported
xy radio last that it had
been shelled by a Soviet patrol
boat has been seized by the Rus Russians,
sians, Russians, it was reported here Sun
There was1 no information on
the fate of the 13-man crew of the
89- on Wakashio Maru.
The Kushiro Maritime Safety
Board headquarters at this north-

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4 wtf, ana airs, Amur aiuriey.

6434B Camp Comer, teiepnoiie

Miss Butcher, a high school
music teaentr, wiui- uie Cunoi

Zone Latin American scuools, is

the sister of Emily Butcher, sup supervisor
ervisor supervisor of music in the same

She will present a program

featuring the works of Scarlatti.

Beethoven,. Debussy, vt iraua.
Poulenc and Chopin.

e Hokkaido port said lighthouse
attendants saw a Russian salvage
vessel two away the Waka&mo
Maru Saturday.
A radio message from the skip-
er of the Japanese boat Tburs Tburs-ay
ay Tburs-ay reported the Soviet attack and
said the shin was rounded on

Suisho Island,' on the southern tip
of the soviet-occupied Kurile Islands.

Age-Old Jerusalem
Prepares Welcome
For Year 5,719

JERUSALEM, Israel (UPI) It

was Mew Years tv in Israel
yesitruay anu uus ga oiu capital

of Jewry prepared to usne in tht

year 5,719.

Rnch Hashana the two-dav New

Year's festival, begins at iuiiw.i.

1 SMiinri t h. umtU will Ah.

serve the holiday with traditional
religious rites. .'

Throughout, last, nigbt. today
-,nd tomorrow, synatomt. will

be crowded with worshippers.

Thousands of Israelis. will take ad advantage
vantage advantage of the holiday to visit the
seaside or quiet country resorts.

Rosh Hashana also marks the

start of 10 days of penitence cul culminating
minating culminating in the most sacred day
in the Jewish calendar, Yom Kip Kipper
per Kipper or the day of atonement.

which faiss on Wednesday.

Cables of holiday greeting
poured into Israel's chief rabbin rabbinate
ate rabbinate from rabbis and communities
abroad. But congratulations from
Moscow's chief rabbi were con conspicuously
spicuously conspicuously lacking, whereas in pr
vious years he sent his greetings
several days in advance of Rosh
Hashana.

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The USO-JWB Armed Forces Service center is currently dia dia-Wyin
Wyin dia-Wyin fa t exhibit of deep merit by the noted Spanish
painter Amparo palacios de Escrlva.
The exhibit has been arranged in cooperation with the Ca Ca-2one
2one Ca-2one Art League, an active organization which has been re responsible
sponsible responsible for many excellent art exhibits in the Canal Zone and

Much haa already been written

about the striking paintings of
the internationally recognized!
artist, and It would be both su superfluous
perfluous superfluous and presumptuous for
an amateur art critic (who on on-ijy'pbws
ijy'pbws on-ijy'pbws what he likes and dls dls-iftps
iftps dls-iftps but can't technically say
why he does or doesnt except to
say that something Is "pretty"
or "pretty lousy") to attempt to
find phrases to match those of

the authors of art books and

writings. ?Jf
However one comparison does
come to mind and, perhaps, may
be mentioned. Upon viewing the
exhibit, a similarity between It

and the card game bridge (an

other very amateur outlet for

amparo' p Ai afanfc rT this critic) becomes obvious.

Bridge is a matter of rigid rules and regulations that must be
followed for a complete mutual understanding by those involved
in the game. After the Initial courtesies of similarity of thought,
however, the "sky Is the limit," and an expert bridge player's in individual
dividual individual difference and skill takes over. The same seetns to oc occur
cur occur with the nalntlncr nf Mn Palanln. aim fn,.. tv- m.i

i . - r- -. .-.ruwd nuv .vuuwa wic initial
i bonds of painting but then throws off the shackles and gives

Itl ?J haunting beauty are her works "The Green Mask" and
'Mother and Child." And the spirit that Is Spain is reflected In

mm r iwrero, an overpowering example of Andalucian
beauty witnessing the eventual "Momenta de la Verdad."
The artist will leave Tunimi inm .vhiut. ni

, . ii r 'T v Miliums 111 JV1IOIJ1I,
Washington, New York, and perhaps, Canada before returning
to (Valencia. The welcome mat, no doubt, will be extended
wherever she chooses to exhibit.

8. LB.

ARAB TRADE PACT
CAIRO (UPI) The United Arab
Republic and Saudi Arabia have
concluded a new trade agreement,
abolishing tarrifs on some goods
and drastically reducing them on
others, it was made known Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The agreement was ratified
this week .after having hwn ctamari

by President Gamal Abdel Nasser

ana sauai Premier Crown Prince
Faisal. Eighteen kinds of godls
were exempted from customs, in including
cluding including cot on and silk textiles and
yarns, pharmaceuticals and oil.

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FIRST CLASS FRIENDS Joe Degnan, an electrician's mate first class, tells Alan
Campbell about life in the U. S. Navy, while Campbell waits to get in a word
about the Cameron Highlanders. They met cordially in the heart of London.

WIT WEATHER Twenty-two-month old Nievita
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RAISIN A BUMPER CROP-J. B. Madison of Loive Loive-hurst,
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Pulverized earth pasiai from hammer mill to trough with long shafts

PRISON PERFORMANCE -David Rubinoff (left, foreground), famous concert
violinist, is gettmg a hand-carved fiddle from a convict at the world's largest
pnson at Jackson, Mich. Rubinoff played several pieces on it and the grateful
convict gave it to him as a gift. Rubinoff was warmly applauded by convicts.

WALKING FUR PIECE Mr. Barbara Goeddel of
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named Tony. Mrs. Goeddel raised the fox that her
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Mrs! Walter Myers at their residence. A amalT group of friend,
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Birth Of Flnt Child
It Announced Hero
U. 08) and Mrs. James C.
Brady announce the oirtn oi the
first child, a daughter, born Sep:
tmber 10 at New Orleans, L
cth the new parents are we'.

known on the Canal Zo.n ahving

lOrmeny resiueu auu
cnools here. MrSi Brady is tne
ormer Miss Donne Gilder.
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-r. and Mrs. Wayne Gilder, form form-rly
rly form-rly of Cristobal, of New Orleans.

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its. -iuwui tUMti ui ubei', well-

know for iter ouwuuuiuk uiems

.a uaaa pdiuuiis auu omer arts,

uas auuouuceu Mai sue was mov mov-tu
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oileti, in Ute i.ouae Aiuua.
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Plens community jamoeroe
fiauS Wfi;e inaue Known today by
meraoe. oi tne Coco sow civic
Council tor a community jambo jambo-ri
ri jambo-ri w De sponsored by the
coancu hunuay, aeptemoer W.
i ne aixair will begin at noon wun
lunch servea at r-ier One, near
the dreaKers Ciuo. Otner hign hign-Ucnts
Ucnts hign-Ucnts will oe a LOCO ooio Wa.er

snow ana a lour ot the Oarbor on

a mini launcil. A rvCdiu uailco

Will be heW m the evening at the
oreaKcrs ClUD.

Members have extended an In Invitation
vitation Invitation to the puolic to attend.
Officers of tne Civic Council are
handling ticket arrangements.

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column should so tuontittad M
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cial 'social and otherwise." ei dalivated
y biiind to the ettice. Notices et
mcetints cannot be accepted by
ta.vphena.

Isthmian ToastmsSttrs
To Meet At iiveil

Tne Isthmian Toastmaster Club

will nave a regular uinner limvi

ing tomorrow evening at 8:30 in
the Kern Boom of tne Ttvoii
Guest House. Toastmaster of

the evening. will be Harvey Meag

her, and speakers will include

Mihs Gehm, Jonn Monne, uaipn

McClain, Gibb Stuckey, and Vin

cent Biavs. Gregg Armitage will

give the general evaluations and
faul Moran will handle table
topics.
Anyone interested in joining a
toastmasters' group is invited to
attend the meeting. Sport shirts
wiii be in order for tomorrow's

dinner.

All-Star Circle Party
The All Star Circle csrd party is
planned for Wednesday at '12:20
p.m. at th Scottish Rite Temple.
Proceeds from the event will be
used tor charity. Hostesses will bo
Mrs. Mary Kate Underwood, Mr.
Ethel Clarke, Mrs Dot Allen and
Mrs. Abel.

Martina For New

Girl Scout Lteders
A meeting for new Girl Scout
leaders and assistant leaders who
plan to l :ik,, the leadership train training
ing training course will be held Wednesday
morning at 8:30 at the Balboa
Scout House. All prospeci-ve
leaders interested in the refresher
cours,. are invited to attend.

Meeting Wednesday
Per Gatun Residents.
The GaUm Civic Council has an
nounced an open meeting for re residents,
sidents, residents, of Gatun to he held Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the GaUm
Theater. Albert Gogun. acting
president of tht council, slited
that a matter of great importance
Will be discussed affecting every
family in the area. It Is hopet',
he said, thst everv family will be
represented for the half-hour
meeting.

Atlantic Side Tstnseeri
Teenagers ar urged to attend
a meeting tomorrow evening of
the Atlantic Stde Teenagers. The
meeting" will be held at 7 p.m at
the Teenage Club in Ceeo Solo.
Conversation Club
The Canal Zone Spanish Conver-
aattan Clnh Will hold its hi-wrrk

ly meeting Wednesday evening at

7:30 at tnt quarry neignts "i
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the group. Members are muted w
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AGE IX V
Bill LeBrun Cops I
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Perdulario Outlasts Informal
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Defeats Tony
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LEAD: BILL LEBRUN silrestri sport must
Panama Golf Club's Bill LeBrim won the 1958
Mercurio Isthmian Amateur Golf Championship
yesterday at the Fort Amador Golf Club in a sudden
death playoff with Summit s Tony Jankus by sink sinking
ing sinking a birdie putt on the 73rd hole.

LeBrun trailed the 54 hole lead
er Jim Riley by five strokes ar.d
still trailed leader Jankus by four
strokes at the end of the first nine
vesterdav. LeBrun played a coo1

back nine,, coming in with a even

par 32 that includtd seven Diraies.
a bogie and a birdie, that put
him in a tie with Jankus with
301's at the end of the regulation
72 holes of play.

The third round leaders Riley
and Jankus ran into putter trouble
three putting three greens, while
LeBrun calmly nicked up his
hard earned strokes.
This is the first time LeBrun
has won the Isthmian Amateur

Little and well deserves it aner
his final day round of 38-32 and
the needed birdie on the extra
hole. ,.
Jeff Kline and Leo Denlinger
took home the camera set and
transitor Radio for being the low
scorers among the junior golfers

16 and under. These prizes were

presented by the Estampmas ue

Oro.

, The results:

Champion Flight
Winner, Bill LeBrun
Runnerup, Tony Jankus,
Third place, Jim Riley

301 x

301

Fourth place, Anibal Galindo 302

x Won sudden deatn piayon

Second Flight
Winner, V. Annicharico
Runnerup, J. Kline
Third place, J. Stuart
Fourth place, J. Lally
Fourth Flight
Winner, H. Terry
Runnerup, R. Coffey
Third place, W. Sullivan
Fourth place, M. McCullough
Sixth Flight
Winner, H. L. Clarke Jr.
Runnerup, Masenga
Third place, Owen
Fourth place, Watson
First Flight
Winner. Bill Schmitt

Rnnn.ruD. Charlev McMnrray 321

ThirH nlnpe Tommy Jacks 322

Fourth place, Yeager
Third Flight
Winner, Napier
Runnerup, P. Halt

Third place, J. Whitelaw

Fourth place, v. uyeny
Fifth Flight
Winner, C. Bowden
Runnerup, H. Osbornt
Third place, E. Scott
Fourth place, R. Hazard
Seventh Flight
Winner, Jaramillo
Runnerup, Ogden

Third place, A. Jones

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TWO MAN SHOW No it's not the San Francisco Ballet, but Navy's Roger Legere, left, and
Fort Amador's Ray Crawford, right, getting up for a rebound in PAAF action at Reeder Gymnasium.
The third place Troopers won this contest VMBk (U.S. Army Photo)

Ingemar Johansson Flattens
Eddie Machen In First Round

Yankees Clinch Pennant

As Pirates Stay Alive
With Doublebill Sweep

The Stud Los Slete's classy
Perdulario made up for his only

local defeat last week by racing

to a three-quarter length victo

ry over Informal in the $5,000
added Diplomatic Corp Classic
yesterday afternoon before a
large crowd at the President
Remon racetrack. Informal had
beaten Perdulario the previous

week.

Carlos Farmer, a highly rated

Chilean newcomer, was a big
disappointment until the Classic

in which he rode creditably to

score his first local victory in
the big race. He got Perdulario
off to a good start, quickly hus hustled
tled hustled him, to the front then held
him under restraint while stav staving
ing staving off the challenges of Lucia Luciano
no Luciano for the first mile.
Already in the homestretch,
Informal challenged on the in inside
side inside and the six-year-old chest chestnut
nut chestnut son of Petrarca-Hannah re responded
sponded responded nobly to hold Informal
safe. in the final furlong and
score by almost a clear length.
Bright Spur closed fast to nose
out the quitting Luciano for
third place. Mossadeq wound up
fifth with Zarpazo, Playboy and
Constantino trailing in that order.

Perdulario turned the mile

and one-quarter in 2:06 Jtnd re

turned $4 even to win. The Per-dulario-Informal
one-two com

bination paid $14.20.

Victoria led the1 outsiders with

a $23.60 payoff in the eighth

race. Porro at $11 per win ducat

returned the next best win odds.

Mutuels choices scored an al almost
most almost clean sweep in the other

races. j-

Fernando Alvarez was the

Witiningest rider with thrf t vic

tories. He scored aboard Porro

Kadlr and Acropolis. Ruben

(Caliche) Vasquez was the run

nerup with wins on Caracoles
and Distante. No other rider
scored more than once with

leading jockey Braulio Baeza
getting blanked on one of his

rare bad days.

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GOTHENBURG, Sweden (UP!)
Sweden's unbeaten Ingemar Jo Johansson,
hansson, Johansson, European heavyweight
champion, floored Eddie Machen
of San Francisco three times Sun Sunday
day Sunday night for an amazing first first-round
round first-round knockout that made Johans Johansson
son Johansson top challenger for the world
crown.
More than 57,000 in the Gothen Gothenburg
burg Gothenburg football stadium screamed
their astonished delight as Machen
was counted out by referee An Andrew
drew Andrew Smythe of Ireland at 2:16
of the first round, for the firnt
defeat of his career.
Johansson, 25, was a 2-1 under underdog:
dog: underdog: but he demonstrated lethal

niinrhinc Dower against the

thought he was down for the full

count. But he's tough. I had to
keep coming to him with plenty
of punches before I was safe."

draw by top ranked Zora Folley of will go to Europe."

Arizona.
Johansson, weighing 198 1-4
pounds to Machen s 194 14, camo
out of his corner cheered by thun thundering
dering thundering "Haya! Haya! Ingemar,"
which meant "Go! Go! inge ingemar"
mar" ingemar" Machen started shuffling after
Ingemar and feeling him out with
tentative left jabs to the head.
Then Machen tried left hooks to
the boiiv. But tht Swede unleashed
a terrific looping right to the chin
that floored Machen for the count
of nine.
When Eddie rose, Johannson
sent him down again with another

looping right to the head. Again

world's second-ranking contender he took the count of nine.

as he registered his 21st sraight 1 Machen tottered to his feet,

victory as a professional and his groggy and glassy-eyed. A oarrage

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Sept. 15 (UPI) -The
American League's seven
dwards have officially conceded to
the New York Yankees but the
thWn Pittshiirch Pirates refuse

Johansson said, "My first right ;. their 100-1 shot pursuit

may have been a bit lucky. Bui 1 o "ne Milwaukee Braves in the

wiien i lea u connect so sono, ii National League.

The Yankees matnemaucaiiy
clinched their ninth pennant in W
years under Casey Stengel and
their 24th since 1921 yesterday
when they beat the Kansas City

Athletics, 5-3 and iz-f, in i inn innings.
ings. innings. The first-game victory was
enough to mathematically elimin eliminate
ate eliminate the second-place Chicago White
Sox and the long nightcap which
ended at 11 p.m. (EDT) oaly de
layed the cork-popping.

Today's Games

T.n Inaalai t Mil. '.32

St. Louis at Philadelphia N

uniy games scheduled.

Yesterday's Results. 1

St. Louis 101 000 301-6 i

Philadelphia 000 110 001-3 f 0

5. Jones (13-10), Stobbs, mm

nan ana ureen. ,t

Sandford (9-13), Erickson and

Sawatski.

Los Angeles 010 001 3005 6

Milwaukee 020 100 0002 7 2

urysaaie, Mippstein (68)

Roseboro, Pignatano.

Buhl, Pizarre

and Rice.

LEADING
HITTERS

13th knockout. It was an amazing
kayo because Negro Machen never

had lost m his previous 24 boms,

of rights and lefts to the head
battered him in'o the ropes of his
corner. Machen dropped to the

Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT

BALBOA 6:15 & 8:35
Clark Gable, Doris Day
"TEACHERS PET"

COCO SOLO 7:00
Mel Ferrer Dana Wynter
"FRATJLEIN"
in Cinemascope & Color!

7:00

although he had been held to a floor. He remained there about

tnree minu es alter ne nao oeen

counted out.
Experts at the ringside hailed
Ingemar as the greatest European
fighter since ex-champion Max
Schmeling of Germany was in his
prime,
Promoter Bill Rosensohn of Los
Angeles, who promoted last
month's fight between champion
Floyd Pat'erson and Hey Harris,
was at the ringside. He said,
"Johansson and Patterson should
draw a million-dollar gate because
of their prowess and the interna international
tional international angle."
Ropensohn went into an immr immr-ate
ate immr-ate conference with the Swede's
manage-, Sven Ahlqvist, about the
possibility of a challenge against
Patterson. Rosensohn said he
would try to get Ingemar a guar guarantee
antee guarantee of $100,000 for a fight with
Patterson.
Ip the dressing room, Machen
declared that 'ohan-co" had I'll
him with punches "hardern' any anything
thing anything I've had io take yet, I
guess.
He added, "It was a new ex experience
perience experience fur me being knocked
out. He caught me cold in the
first .round 1 didn't know what
happened. If he catches Patterson
the same way, I think the ti'Ie

DIABLO HTS.
Jose Ferrer
"I ACCUSE"

MARGARITA 6:15 & 7:55
Jeff Morrow
"THE GIANT CLAW"

PAR AISO 7:00
Richard Wldmark
Richard Basehart
"TIME LIMIT"

SANTA CRDZ 7:00
"TIJUANA STORY

CAMP RIERD
Frank Sinatra
"PAL JOEY"
In Color!

7:00

(Based on 375 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
GABRH Pet.
Ashburn, Phil. 141 570 87 195 .342
Musial, St.L. 128 444 62 150 .338
Mays, S.F. 143 562 111 188 .3S5
Aaron, Mil. 142 564 102 187 .332
Skinner, Pitt. 136 493 88 158 .320

Cepeda, S.F. 139 565 82 178 .315

Banks, Chi. 144 576 114 180 .313

Boycr, St. L. 138 522 93 161 .300

Lynch, Cin. 114 390 50 120 .308
Temple, Cin. 141 542 82 167 .306

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels, Bos. 135 517 90 165 .319

130 475 89 150 .316

118 377 72 119 .316

135 550 93 173 .31")

129 521 68 164 .315

135 504 81 157 .31 2

124 425 76 131 .308

139 522 88 159 30.r,

Goodman. Chi. 108 398 41 121 .301

Fox, Chicago 144 581 77 176 .303
Sievers, Wash. 137 508 85 154 .303

Cerv, K.C.

Williams, Bos.
Power, Clev.
Kuenn, Det.
Kaline, Det.
Siebern, N.Y.
Minoso, Clev.

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Thomas, Pirates
Robinson, Redlegs
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, 'Indians
Cerv, Athletics
Jensen, Hed Sox
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Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
'. Anderson, Phils
Cepeda, Giants
Mays, Giants

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

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THE TARNISHED
A NO ELS
with Rock Hudson
- Also:
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FAST GUNS
lth Jock Mahoney

The Braves, however, taw
their N.L. lead dwindle to six
games when they bowed to the
Los Angeles Dodgers, 5-3, end
the Pirates swept the Chicago
Cubs, 5-4 and 6-2. The Braves
are still firmly in the driver's
seat nevertheless, because they'll
clinch by winning five of their
last 11 games even if the Pir Pirates
ates Pirates should sweep all their re remaining
maining remaining nine contests.

Three ex-Kansas City pitchers

combined to win the pennant pennant-clincher
clincher pennant-clincher for the Yankees. Duke
Maas gaining his 11th win with
the aid of ninth-inning relief help
from Ryne Duren and Art Ditmar.
Gil McDougald clouted a homer
and a double and Norm Siebern a
triple to lead the nine-hit Yankee
attack. Siebern's jiinth-i n n i n g
single tied the nightcap at 7 7 and
singles by Jerry Lumpe, Mickey
Mantle, Siebern, Virgil Tr u c k s
and Hank Bauer, a walk and a
double steal comprised the win winning
ning winning rally in thp second game.
The 68-year old Stengel thus tied
Connie Mack's American League
record of nine pennants and mov moved
ed moved within one of John McGraw's
Major League mark of 10. Stengel
also surpassed the Yankee club
record of eight pennants won by
Joe McCarthy, who also won one
as manager of the Chicago Cubs.
Rookie Don Demeter's two-run
seventh-inning homer gave the
gave the Dodgers their winning
margin after Don Zimmer's single
tied the score. Johnny Klippstein
nicked ud the win for thp Dorl0ir

while relief pitcher Juan Pizarro

suffered the defeat, which left the
Braves' magic number at five.
Joe Adcock homered for the world
champions.
Pinch hitter Ted Kluszewski
drove in the winning run with a
sacrifice fly for the Pirates in their

DRIVE-IN

TODAY

nnener and then Bob Friend pitch

ed a six hitter to win his 21st
1 H I I J i

game tops in tne in.l.. uui sea season
son season and the highest total by a
Pittshureh oitcher since 1944. Bill

Mazeroski hit his 19th homer or

the Pirates in the second game to
set a new club record for rtcond-basemen.

The White Sox downed the Wash

ington Sena'ors, 7-1 and 6-5, th

Detroit Tigers went into T n l r a
place with a 6-1 and 9-3 sweep of
the Boston Red Sox and the Balti

more Orioles beat the Cleveland
Indians, 4-2, after suffering a 1-4
opening defeat "in the other Amer American
ican American League action.
The San Francisco Giants were
eliminated from the race when
they lost to the Cincinnati Rd
legs, 4-3, but won the second
game, 6-4, and the St. Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals defeated the Philadelphia
Phillies, 6-3, in other N.L. games.
Billy Pierce pitched a five-hitter,
including Roy Sievers' 38 h
homer, to win his 17th game for
the White Sox and Earl Torge Torge-son's
son's Torge-son's second homer of the game
snapped a 5-5 tie in the eighth inn inning
ing inning of the nightcap. John Callison,

Sherm Lollar and Bubba Phillips

also homered for the White Sox

while Faye Throneberry hit two

for the Senators.
Paul Foytack's three-hitter en
abled the Tigers to win their open
er with the Red Sox. Charlie Max

well and Gail Harris homered in
the second game as the Tigers

stretched Boston's losing streak to

seven games. Billy Hoeft won his
ninth decision in the nightcap with
relief aid from Tom Morgan.
Arnold Portocarrero pitcned a
five-hitter for his 14th win as the
Orioles ended a seven-game losing
streak after Rocky Colavito'g 36th
and 37th homers led the Indians to
their opening win. Vic Power also
homered for Cleveland.
Frank Robinson drove in two
runs wi'h a triple and his 30th
homer for the Redlegs in then then-opener
opener then-opener as Bob Purkey won his
17th game but the Giants gained
a split with the heln of four hits
by Willie Mays and a homer by
Daryl Spencer.
Joe Cunningham knocked in four
runs with two homers while Sam
Jones won his 13th game and in increased
creased increased liis season strikeout total
to 212 for the Cardinals. Richie
Ashburn had three hits for the
Phillies to raise his N.L. leading
average to .342.

The dividends:
, FIRST RACE
1 Don Danl $8 40, $3.60
2 Grimilda $3.80
SECOND RACE
1 Pkudo $4.40, $3.60
2 Golden" C6rn-8S80 H
First Doable $30.80
THIRD RACE
1 Porro $11, $2.60
2 Martlet $2:40
One-Two: $25.80
FOURTH RACE

1 Don Vito $7.80, $4.20
2 Tanganica $5:80

Quiniela: $21.20

First Game)

San Fco. 010 200 000 3 10 1

Cincinnati 100 102 OOx 4 8 1

Miller (5-8), Giel and Schmiot.
Purkey (17-10) and Burgess.

(Second Game)

San Fco. 000 Oil 801-4 IS 0

Cincinnati 001 000 030-4 $ 0

Monzant (7-9), Grissom. Mc

cormick and Schmidt

Newcombe (6-13), Schmidt. Pena

and Bailey

0e.
SOc.

7:00
9:00

Mickey SPILLANE in
RING OF FEAR
In TECHNICOLOR!

TOMORROW I

Sterling HAYDEN
Constance FORD in
THE IRON SHERIFF

FIFTH RACE
1 Sputnik $5.80, $3.40
2 Lucky Skv $6
SIXTH RACE
1 Caracoles $3.60, $3.40
2 Noralino $5.40
SEVENTH RACE
1 Oliver $7.40, $5
2 English Wonder $4

Second Double: (Caracoles

Oliver) $20.80
Caracoles-Emfly Mary) $3.60
EIGHTH RACE
1 Victoria $23.60, $5.40
2 Rabiblanco $8
Quiniela: $12.60
NINTH RACE
1 Perdulario $4, $3.40
2 Informal $4.40
One-Two: $14.20
TENTH RACE
1 Kadir $4.80, $3.40
2 Rosita Maria $4.60
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Distante $8.80, $3.20

2 Aboleugo $2.60
TWELFTH RACE
1 Acropolis $3.80
(No place betting)

Boxing Contenders
In Light And Welter
Gasses In TV Bouts

Accident Kills
Driver In Illinois
Sports Car Race
MEADOWDALE, 111. (UPI)
Bob Walker, Littl, Rock, Ark.,
flipped his Ferrari over in the
third race Sunday at the Inaugural
sports car races t Meadowdale
Raceway and died en route to the
Sherman Hospital in nearby Fl-
The accident occurred in the
10th lap of the preliminary evfht.
There were 17 cars in the race
and the Apparent cause of the mis mishap
hap mishap was too much speed on a
turn. The car turned completely

over in mid-air before crashing to

the ground.

NEW V.1RK (TTp)Conttnders

m the liehtweieht and wclte

weight divisions will battle in TV

fights this week, and feather

weight champion Hogan (Kid)
Basgey will meet ex champion

Willie Pep in a non-title bout

Puerto Ricoborn Carlos Ortiz

of New York, seventh ranking

lightweight contender, ig favon
at 7Mi to 5 to beat fifth tato

Johnny Busso of New York in
their return TV 10 rounder at

Madison Square Garden.

Ortiz is favored although Busso

won split decision over him in

their June .27 bout at the Gnr

den. However, the referee was un

officially accused of interfering

with Ortiz close-quarter lighting

xneir bout will be televised ana

oroaocasi oy tviuu.

Wednesday night's. TV (ABC

in rounder will bring together

Mexican Gaspar Ortega. top rK

ing welterweight contender, nnd

seventh-rated Don Jordan of ios

Angeles at Portland, Ore. The bet

ting ts at even money.

In last bont, Ortega fought
draw with Mickey Crawford. Jo

dan 'outpointed Lahousri Godih of
Algeria in his lat start.
If Willie Pep of Hartford. Conn
can beat champion Bastey in their
non-title bout at Boston, his Vic
tory will clinch a shot, at Ni Nigerian
gerian Nigerian Batsey's 126 pound crown.

NATIONAL

W L Jet. OB

IS SI JM
80 45 .552 4
75 70 317 II

72 74 m WA

ev i2 .wr.n
47 74 M M

45 79 .451 JOVa

42 II .434 23

Teams

New Yerlr

Chieage

D.troit
Boston Jr''

Clevtland

Belflware

Kansas City

wasninjton

nd

(63), McMahon

AMERICAN LEAGUE

W L Pet. M

SJ .418

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tees scheduli

71 m .500 17

n n .493 It
f .490 111
O 7$ .472 1!
74 .449 2IVi
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YsWaVs Result, f

(First Game)
Chicago 000 040 0004 6 1
Pittsburgh 310-001 00x 5 11 1

Anderson, Hillman 34), Henry,
Elston and Taylor.
Raydon. Porterfield (4-6). Faee

Blackburn and Hall

' jtrnh w'mvTP 'Ms iV"''
Second Germ)

Chicago 100 000 1002 6 1

Pittsburgh 131 000 0106 10 2

Phillips (7 10), Buzhardt, Hob

bie and Taylor.

Friend (21-13) and Folies.

Bton ooo noo nmi m&

PetrWt 030 030 Oox-61 t

an ivn n. r.:.i n v

iw Mua neroerei.

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Boston 000 002 100-3 g f
Detroit 005 031 oox9 n 1

Brewer (ll-iiv w.ii r-...u.

and White. :

(). Mojrfta and wd-
(First Gam i

BaltinwM 600 101 1014 1 i

weveiana oos 211 00x 7 a n

.-. I '
Johnson-(6-1), Pappas, 2!uver.
ink and Trlandos.

Ferrareat (3it) aad Nfaton

(Second Game )
Baltimore 12A rinfi eai a ie

Cleveland kOOO 000 101-4, S

m

8

PoitoepiTeJo U)? Triaad.

Scantlebury

Hurls Toronto
Into IL Finals

NEW YORK, Sept. 15 (UPI)

The Columbus Jets art expected

to send veteran Lynch Loveneuth

to the mound tonight against

Montreal in an attempt to loin the

Toronto Maple Leafs in the final

round of the international

League's playoffs

Columbus trounced the Royals.

9-3 yesterday afternoon to take a

3-2 edge in the best-oi seven ser

ies. In the other playoff, Toronto

eliminated Rochester, 6-2.

Loveneuth. acauired bv Colunib

us late in tht season, defeated

Montreal in the second game of

the series, his opponent tonight at

Montreal probaniy will be ace

lefthander Tom Lasorda. Who won

the ooemne same of the series for

Montreal. Lovengutn was n-is

during the regular campaign and

Lasorda boasted an 18-6 mark

Catcher Sam MileY. added to

the Columbus roster at the begin-

in g of the series, was the hittin.j
hero of Sunday's contest with
double, triple and homer and five
runs batted in. The Royals had

taken a 3-2 Ifflid Whefl the J.etS

ploded for fWe..riuis in the sixth

innini;. tliEhliKhts on trie rou

were a baats empty homer ry

Paul Petta ana a -two run doable

by Miley,- ,

Bennie BaBiels;y beateaV-lttllH

ier start by!lletitreal. went all the

way for the Jets while giving up

eight hits. Jackie, Collum, the

first of live Koyais pnener, sui

fered the defeat.

Toronto scored four times m

the third inning and held the lead

to wrap its series in .five

eames. Joe Hannh hit a solo

homer for the Leafs and Gene

Oliver socked a two-run circuit to

account lor an tne nea wing runs.
Pet Scantlebury received cred

it for the decision although he re

ceived last-innine help from re

lieable Bob Tiefenauer. Rookie
Cal Browing started and lost for

Rochester.

OS

Grant (10-111. WnndeshtrL-

dowski, Martin, NartesW and Nix-

(First Gamol

New York 102 010 001-3 9 1

Kansas City 000 000 1023 4 1

Maas (10-6). Duren' Ditmar mA

Howard..

Terry flO-MD. Dalev. TnmnW

and House.

Second Game)

n.y. mim m ooo os-ut 19

K.C. 010 003 210 000 0O7 1J i"

Ford, Dickson, Xiicks. Trucki:

(21) and Johnson.

ITODAY-ENCAl

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Grim, Daley.

Reed and Chlti.

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Chicago ',..

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(Second Game)

Washington 110 100 020-5 9 9.
Chicago 110 111 Olx-6 T L;

Kemmerer, Clevenger (9 9) and'

Courtney.

Wilson (99) and Lollar.

PITCHERS

(Based on 12 decisions)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Snahn BraVes

flavdon Pirates

Willey, Braves

Burdette, Braves

Parker, Redlegs

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Turley, Yankees

Hyde, .Senators

McLish. Indians

Ford. Yankees

Delock, Red Sox

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17 10 .630

17 10 .630

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Types Sports writers Are

By OSCAR FRALIY
NEW YORK (UPI) Memo to
follow ODOrtowritert1 :

Seem we're about to get what
Jre deserv And hold on now, be before
fore before fOii;. io jumping out the

tress box window this is goon.
Television is going to show just
What fin, courageous types we
really ire.

All of this will atart coming

about Oet A when NBC agin

a new aeries about a gent named
"Bat" Miterson. i'.' was, as you
recall, a sports columnist for the
Ktw To Morning Telefir&rb a
lew years back after having

trained as a butf am hunter, In Indian
dian Indian scou; and sheriff.
But the mdvanc- pablictty l
least, juayv heavilr on he fact
la was a sports writer for 18
years. Aid I've pot to aUow
they're pretty hor.tyt atv..;t us
fellows because th ?y label sports
writer' Bat as arid I quote
"a dapper charmer, swift thinker
and man of intelligence, strength,
courage and action."
lit all of us, naturally.
times Dent China
It's a program which figures
prove times don't change. Be
cause research discloses Bat was
a nan '' waxed wrath and
'Irate (got mad) when there were
i fistic "upsets" which didn't seem
ta bp sweetly aromatic.
Once, after a Madison Square
Garden bout between Sam Lang Lang-ford
ford Lang-ford and Joe Jeannette, (who
fought more often that Eddie and
Debbie) he wrote:
"If Jo. and Sam were trying
Friday night and thinking
over,- I've concluded they were
j both are as fine a pair 0' prize
ring bums as I ever saw. But
understand, I'm only one of a
: very few men who believ, they
were trying. Ninety per cent of
the crowd was convinced it was
a frameup."
If that has a slightly familiar

, It Just goes to prove boxing
n't changed a bit. You pro

bably wrote the ident' "' ---rck

nf jan m you eoverea a

only thing pusiles me Is
ME had to dig bacr so far

t find Someone lo bear our
gonfalon, as We are wo.it to say.

Plenty Of Material 4

Maybe those teevee guys never
heard of John Mooney. out in Salt
Lake City. One nisht he staged a

i eharity rassling show and. when
' one of the headline! a didn't show,

hisself. Not only tha'.. le won the
bout. No ;gun, neihter.
Then we got guys like Rf;l
Grange. Tom Harmon. Boston Col

lege Til Ferdenzi W. M.'s Al

Heifer and Kentucky Russ Had

ges from th gridir.;n; Princeton's

ma rimer ana Wyoming's turt
n2eSm.ra

sucn naseoauers as r-ny Dean,
Leo Durocher, Frankie Frisch
Waite Hoyt, Joe Garafiola ana

Hex Barney now in the press
box.
So they won't have to strain

for .material If taey run a bit

short with whatever "Bat" aid.

The one I'd like to See 'em
shoot is the blizzardy night at
Bear Mountain when Jud Bailey
and old Fearless headed for th

top of the ski slidP with a to

bnan.

Nice to be able to report they
stoiped us. But it looks, like at

last we ve got it made, fellers,

mm 1

THI HANDS Notre Dames's

football success this fall will larg

ely depend on the ball-handing

John dumb through thA ropes og QB Bob Williams. -

SATINA CARRIIS YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR I

Satina...
tft 110 ironing

M In fha littU box.

The Panama Prof essional
League today released its 1958 1958-58
58 1958-58 baseball schedule which will
gat underway Wednesday, Nor.
19 with a game between the
champion Carta Vleja Yankees
and runnerup Marlboro (for (formerly
merly (formerly Chest erf ie:d) at the Pan Panama
ama Panama Olympic Stadium at 1:30
p.m.
Marlboro will not be the only
new team name in the Pro
League this season. The Azuca Azuca-reros
reros Azuca-reros de Aguadulce, (Aguadulce
Sugar Kings) sponsored by the
Pepublic's two leading sugar
producers, T.a Estrella and Azu Azu-carera
carera Azu-carera Nacional. makes its debi t
in the loop and will be the
fourth club that fans have been
clamoring for.
Since the last several cam campaigns,
paigns, campaigns, the league has operated
with only three clubs, a factor
which is believed to have con contributed
tributed contributed greatly to a lack of
spectator interest.
Thursday, not. 20 is open
date, with the Sugar Kings
making its bow against Cerveza
Balboa the next night, Nov. SI.
AecordJna; to the 7a-game
schedule, four other RP. cities
besides Panama will get their
share of professional baseball.
They are Colon; David, Chltre
and Aguadulce.
Five contests are listed for

Colon, two for David, three for

Aguadulce, and one for Chitre.

Each sauad will nlav a total

of 36 games 18 as visitors and

a like amount as nome team, ah
teams will play every other club

is times.
Nteht games at the Olympic
Stadium are set to begin at 7:80
while afternoon tilts will start
at 3 o'clock.
Lidlifters of doubleheadera at

Panama will commence at 5
o.rn. and games slated for Co

lon, David. Aguadulce and Chi Chitre
tre Chitre will begin at 10:30 a.m. All
four teams will see action when whenever
ever whenever there is a, double feature.
The ("ttractlve-looking sched schedule,
ule, schedule, which will end on Feb: 5,
1959, was drawn up bv veteran
Pro League sports writer-sports
caster Tom as Alberto (Tommy)
Cupas.
The schedule follows:
November 158

Wednesday, 19 Carta Vleja

va. Marlboro. gg,, .,V!
Thursday, 20 Open date.

Friday, 21 Cerveza Balboa

va. Azucareros.
Saturday, 22 Open date.

Sunday, 28 Azucareros va

Marlboro.
Monday, 24 Open

Tuesday, 25 Cerveza Balboa

vs. carta Vleja.

Wednesday, 28 Carta Vleja

V8. Azucareros.

Thursday, 27 Marlboro va.

Cerveza Balboa.

rriaay, 28 Azucareros vs.

Cerveza Balboa.

Saturday, 29 Open date.

Bunoay, 30 Marlboro vs.

ftta Vieja.

December 19S8

Monday, 1 carta Vieja vs.

Cerveza Balboa.

Tuesday, 2 Marlboro v. A

jsr.careros.

Wednesday. 3 Cerveza Bal

boa vs. Marlboro.

Thursday, 4 Azucareros vs.

Carta Vieja.

Friday, 5 Marlboro vs. Car

tt Vieja.

Saturday, 8 Open date.

Sunday, 7 Azucareros vs.

Cerveza Balboa.

Monday, 8 Marlboro vs. A-

zucareros. .

Tuesday, 9 Carta Vie. a vs.

Cerveza Balboa.

Wednesday, 10 Azucareros

vs. carta Vieja.

Thursday, 11 Cerveza Bal

boa va Marlboro.

Friday. 12 (2) Cerveza Bal

boa vs Azucareros; Carta Vieja
vs. Marlboro.

Saturday, 13 Open date.
Sunday, 14 Cerveza Balboa
vs. Carta Vieja.
Monday, IS Open date.
Tuesday, 16 Azucareros vs.
Marlboro.
Wednesday, 17 Marlboro vs.
Cerveza Balboa.
. Thursday, 1& Carta Vieja va.
Azucareros.
Friday, 19 (2) Carta Vieja va.

Mariooro; Cerveza Balboa vs.

Azucareros.
Saturday, 20 Open date.
Sunday, 21 Aiucareros vi.
Marlboro.
Monday, 22 (2) Carta Vieja
vs. Azucareros; Marlboro va. Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa.
Tuesday, 23 Cerveza Balboa
va. Carta Vieja.
Wednesday, 84 Christmas
Eve.

Thursday, 88 Christmas Day.

Friday, 26 Open date.
Saturday, 27 Open data.

Sunday, 28 Azucareros vs.

Cerveza Balboa Aguadulce;
Marlboro vs. Carta Vieja Colon.
Monday, 29 Carta Vleja vs.
Cerveza Balboa.
Tuesday, SO Marlboro va.
Azucareros.

Wednesday, SI
Balboa vs. Marlboro.
January 19S9

Cerveza

Azucareros va
Marlboro vs.
Azucareros vs.

Thursday, 1
Carta Vieja.
Friday, 2 (2)
Carta Vieja;

Cerveza Balboa.
Saturday, 3 Open date.
Sunday, 4 Marlboro vs. Azu-'
careros Aguadulce; Carta Vie

ja vs. Cerveza Balboa Colon.
Monday, 5 Open. date.
Tuesday, 6 Azucareros vs.
Carta Vieja.
Wednesday, 7 Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa vs Marlboro.

Thursday, 8 Cerveza Balboa

V- Azucareros.
. Friday, 9 Carta Vleja vs
Marlboro.
Saturday, 10 Open date.
Sunday, 11 Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa vs. Carta Vleja Colon-

Azueareros vs. Marlboro Pana

ma.
Monday, 12 Open date.

Tuesday, 13 Marlboro vs.

Cerveza Balboa

Wednesday, 14 Carta Vieja

vs. Azucareros.

Thursday, 15 Carta Vieja

vs. Marlboro.

Friday 16 2 Azucareros
vs. Marlboro; Cerveza Balboa

vs. Carta Vieja.
Saturday, 17 Open date.

Sunday, 18 Carta Vieja vs.
Azucareros David; Marlboro

va. Cerveza Balboa Colon.
Monday, 19 Open date.
Tuesday, 20 Cerveza Balboa
va. Azucareros.
Wednesday, 21 Marlboro vs.
Carta Vieja.

Thursday, 22 Azucareros vs.

cerveza Balboa.
Friday, 23 (2) Marlboro vs

Azucareros; Carta Vieja vs. Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa.
Saturday, 24 Open date.
Sunday, 25 Cerveza Balboa
vs. Marlboro David; Azucare Azucareros
ros Azucareros vs. Carta Vleja Aguadulce.
Monday, 26 Open date.
Tuesday, 37 Marlboro vs.
Carta Vleja.

. Wednesday, 28 Azucareros

vs. cerveza Balboa.
Thursday, 29 Marlboro vs.
Azucareros.
Friday. 30 12) Carta Vleia

vs. Cerveza Balboa; Azucareros

vs. Marlboro.
Saturday, 31 Open date.
February 1959

Sunday, 1 Azucareros vs.

Carta Vieja Colon; Cerveza

Balboa vs. Marlboro Chltre.
Monday, 2' (2) Marlboro vs,
Cerveza Balboa; Carta Vleja vs,

Azucareros.

Tuesday, .! carta Vieja vs

Marlboro.

Wednesday, 4 Cerveza Bal

boa vs. Carta Vleja

Thursday, B Cerveza Balboa

VS. Azucareros.

Why Soviet Lady Athletes Defeated US:
Chasing Boys Is Not Track And Field

(Whv da ftuuiin wam.n .th

late ta oftan clobber American
fliris whan they cempata in
track maett? Do the Russians
aat battar, train better. Uva bet-

tar? Notad raporttr Robert

with the most tiehtlv woven irnut

ing system ever known.
America's track and field coach
George Eastment of Manhattan
College, estimates that no more

man iw or sw American girls are

Mosel looked for tha answers 0 n in training. Yet 1 selection ot this

little band took 40 per cent of the
first places against the Soviet
amaions in their dual meet.

"When I think of those six foot

Texas girls. I can see notendal

high jump champions", said n
1 .

inemoer or me American pnarii.

ing squad. "But they'd rather oe
tljilim,.!. aw nij. J t

don't blame them."

Added Jsasutiem.
"I'd never let a
mine train for the

It's too punishing

women."

a recant tria tm tha LISSB mhux

among other things, ha covered
a U. S. Russia track moat and
looked tha ladies over closely.
Hero's Ms report).
By ROBERT MUSE I.
LONDON-(UPl)Once upon a
time, there were two fast little
girls. One of them was born in
the United States and never had
the slightest desire to do anything
about the fact she could beat most
of the boys in running.
The other was born in Russis
where her flvino fast rumht h.

attention of. an official of the

local sports club, alert lor new
talent to bring greater athletic
glory to the nation.
As time went by, the American
girl began to use makeup, buv
pretty elothes go to dances and
parties and otherwise travel the
traditional but not cinder pth
to the altar. No nn. m .,..-

- ...... 1 m,
gested she ought to join a traek

ana nva club and if he had
she would have thought he was
touts.
iuThl RuMian slrl was studied by
the finest roarhps who to,,-,i,'i

her how to improve her start

gauge ner stride, drive nowerfi-l
ly from the thiph mucin. aj

burn with ambition to earn ;he

tine. "Master of Snort.

The end of thi litti f.ki.

that the American girl is raising

cmiaren; ine Russian girl is low
ering records.
But ther. i m mnl ,.j .,.i

observers who watched the recent

U.3. VS. KltSS 8 tl'qck anrl F1M

meet, saw it clearly.
It is this: If the United Stos
paid aS much attention tn lliul.

track and field as Russia does
it might dominate the

tion the same way it does the
men's events.

Russia's girl athlefec sr. maa

, m, v-- 1 w inns;
nificent. But thy are the nieir

of an entire nation of 200.000,003

S

nation for the hest talent

giving it the best coaching.

But don't underestimate the
relaxed American approach. Cas Casual
ual Casual as it is, it is producing some
champions.
Eartenn ftrnwn of T np!

shook the Russians by beating Russia, watch out!

and their wnrlH repnrrl hnlrlino

puuer, Galina Zybina, and by

taking second in the OkcuVs, an
other Soviet monopoly. Amer ran
girls won all the sprint even.
If ladies' track and field in the.
United States ever becomes as

popular as going out with coys

daughter

800 meters. ;
a race f6rf

1
H

Eastment and other Amerloan

Coaches firmlv rt-earA l.,rf;,

track and field as a minor sport
and most of them think it ought
to be kept that way. In Russia,
however it is very much a major
sport.
There is no other marie in id..

remarkable Soviet results n far

The American team got what was

apparently a normal Russian
training table diet at the Lenin -gradskuy
a Hotel. It was solid
load but there was much less
milk and green vegetables and
saladas than in tho TTnirerl Stat

and none of the vitamin supple

menis usual in America.
In other words, it isn't the
food. It's simply combing qthe

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Birmingham Wins

So. Assn. Playoff

Opener Over Mobile

BIRMINGHAM. Ala. (UPI)

The champion Birmingham Bar Barons
ons Barons got the Jump on the Mobile

Bears Sunday in the soutnern As

sociation playoff finals, coasting to
a 5-1 victory behinti righthander

Bill Harrington, their 20- gam

winner.

The lone Mobile run in the
fourth inning was unearned, put

aboard by Dick Ca mini's error.
The Barons scored an unearned

run off Don Schaeffer in the third

without a hit when the Mobile bart barter
er barter threw the ball into center field

on an attempted sacrifice, iney

scorer! two more in the fourth on
Carhilli's bases loaded single and

their final two in the seventh on

another bases-loaded single.

Monday night, Phil Regatt will

pitch for Birmingham and Jake

Striker for the Bears.

Schaeffer, Kolakowski (7) ana

Jenney; Harrington and Wagner.

LP Schaeffer.
Birmingham leads best of seven

finals series 1-0.

s

port

s Briefs

IBSTIT

SIGNS AS SUBSTITUTE

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) -Lt'ther
Rawlings has signed as a
substitute for Sept. 17 bout

with 10th ranked welterweight

Rudell Stitch. Rawlings replaces
Ramon Fuentoa, who was forced

to bow out because of a training

injury.

TO JOIN FARM CLUB

PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Ro

bert Montgomery, 21, of Prime-

ton, N. J., has signed a contract

with the Philadelphia Phillies'

Bakersfield, Calif., farm club. -1

I SOON I
'DEEP SIX'

For the Best
in news and entertainment

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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTJfRY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMii
Complete Prize-winhtar Numbers in the Ordinary Drawfaf No 7W2; Sunday, September 14, 1958
Tha hol ticket has 92 pieces divided In two strles "A" & "B" of 28 pieces aach.
First Prize 9032 $ 52,000.00
SeeW Prize 0177 $ 15,600.00
Third Prize 5463 5 7,800 00

No.
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0132
232
0332
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0532
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0732
032
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156.00
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156.00
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N.
1032
1132
1232
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No.
2032
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2232
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2532
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2.600.00
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156.00
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156 00

No.
3032
3132
3232
3332
3432
3532
3632
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332
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$
Prizes
2.600.00
156.00
156 00
156.00
150.04
156.00
156.00
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150.00
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4132
4232
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No.
5032
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3232
5332
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5S32
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2,600.00
150.00
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150.00
150.00
150 00
150.00
156.00
156.00

No.
6032
0132
6232
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7032
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7332
7432
7532
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7732
7032
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150.00
116.00
150 00
156.00
156 00
156.00
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156.00
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8032
S132
8232
8332
8432
8532
8032
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8832
8932

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2,600.00
150.00
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156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
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156.00
15600

No.
9032
9132
9232
9332
9432
9532
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9732
0S32
9932

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52.000 00
150.00
156.00
150.00
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13600
130 00
130.0

Approximations Derived From First Prize

3l 520.00 I 9034 520.00 I 9036 5? 0 00 I 903 sVoo I 9040 520.0
I 933 520.00 1 0035 520.00 I 937 520.00 I 939 520.00 1 941 520.0

Approximations Derived From Second Prize

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260 00

0100
0109

130.00
no no

2177

t
260.00

0170
171

1300
130.00

3177

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200.00

0172
0173

130.00
130.00

4177

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0175

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130.00
130 00

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8177

260.00

9177

013
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130 00
130.00

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260 00
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130.00

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0403

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156 00

5454
S4S5

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1463

a
150.00

5496
5457

104.00
104 00

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545
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156 00
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Prise-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: The 1st. Chlrloul, 2nd. ChMui and 3rd in Chlrioul
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in t and not Included in the Shave list win Fifty Two Dollars $52.W each.
The whole ticket has flfty.-two pieces which comprises the two series "A" tt "B"
Signed by: The Governor of the Province of Panama, JOSE A. CAJAR ESC ALA

The Representative of the Treasury JOSE MANUEL Sit VERA

WITNESSES Dlmas KftrMfii" Tf i.H9
Thomas Fields fed. 47-37253

ALBERT1 .. AATTQ
Notary PnMIr, Panama

PABLO BTNEL
Secretary

two lait

KJOTP' Th wtrnitn tickets wltD tha 1st rlnher arid with the
nil IE. ciohtni arnjlv onlv to the First Prlaa.

The first Prize and the tnej and 3ri4 Prljs r drawn sriratlv. The no no-pmxlmottnns
pmxlmottnns no-pmxlmottnns are calculated on the First. Second and Third prlkes Tn can
ticket should carrv the numbers of each prize, the holder Is entitled to
claim payment for each.

WING

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Sunday, September H. 1958
Drawlne Number 763

..s

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

32
77.
63

Fraction Ticket
$11.00 $220.00
3 00 60.00
2.00 40.00

The rrjres wM he oaM Ik ,.,or 'rf in, the rffM f ist of Psr-n4 tn
ins erflcea ofjhe National ameflelent lottery situated i Central Ayestae.
PLAN OPnrwTiynwwiTJn v ". ,vHIni WILL
TAKE PLACE 8TJNDAT, SEPTEMBER 21. 1958
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Japanese Teachers
May Strike Today
To Resist System
TOKYO (UPD-A quarter of a
million Japanese teachers pre prepared
pared prepared to stage a nationwide : walk walk-but
but walk-but today b protest an eftic.tcy
rafi'? sv-'.tem. :
Classes were expected to halt at
noon in Tokyo and 27 other pre prefectures
fectures prefectures throughout Japan. In one
area, Fukushima BRefecure,
teachers held unprecedented Sun Sunday
day Sunday classes so the students would
not lose time.

! The leftist dominated teachers
union objects to the system of r
bort ards for teachers because it
fear's the conservative govertr-
: ment win" turn it inlo a tool of
political repression.
The teachers also have clashed
head-on with the government this
vesr neV morale ""' '" 1
haa beertv introduced in the na nation's
tion's nation's schools. The teachers claim
it is a reversion to the postwar
effort at building super patnot-
The government insists that the
ratine vsem be nut into effect,
after which it will talk with ths
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Apartments
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments jot of closet
space, washing roam and excel excellent
lent excellent American neighbors. 149-B
Bolitario Porras. 'Call Balboa
1778 Panamd, 3-4511 or 3-
1618. u ..
FOR RENT: Fresh and coal
apartment, with hot water. Rea Reasonable
sonable Reasonable price, wall located. Ap Apply
ply Apply to telephone No. 3-6281.
Riviera Apt. House. Beautiful
two bedroom apartment dining,
living, kitchen, porch, two baths,
rraidY Mom and garage. Call
2-4696, 8 a.m. to 1 2 noon.
FOR RENT: Furnished two
bedroomi fpJYrfmciht, Hiring dining
room, independent services. San
Trancitco S6 last No. 6, near to
the Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Air-conditioned
completely furnished apartment,
in desirable neighborhood. Call
3484)0. 3 J k,i.
Ifo RENT Two bedroom
modern apartment Cangrejo De Development
velopment Development (Panama Hotel Neigh Neighborhood:.
borhood:. Neighborhood:. Hot water systemn,
creened, laundry room etc.
Further particulars please call
; -4f after hoan J-6717 Ra-
.oattMSHtat
Mb RENT: v;tw 4Mdroom
apartment, furnished, newly
built, in San. Francisco. Tel. 3 3-1618.
1618. 3-1618.
FOR RENT: Furnsthed one
bedroom, well located, modern,
$80.00 monthly. Call 3-1701
4t&m& :
Fisher Back
To Work As Debbie
Continues To Rest
OLIiYWOOD (Wf) Eddie
Ffsher Went back to work Sunday,
Debbie Reynolds continued resting
from "exhaustion" at their home,
and no one knew where Elizabeth
Taylor was.
Fisher, whose separation from
his pre'ty, girl-next-door type ac actress
tress actress wife staggered their fans
across the country, worked wMi
George England producer of the
singer's new NBC-TV show which
will have-Rs'' premier Sept. 30.
He had been suffering from an
aoparentlv mHor blood ailment in
the last few days.
Debbie, his pigtailed estranged
wife and mother of his two small
children, was reported under a
doctor's care at the familv home
to which Fisher didn't bother re returning
turning returning after a week of d.tes witli
Miss Taylpr in Ke.wYdfk.
"she'll take it pasy," her agent
said. "She's riot ill, just exhaus'ed.
She soent a lot of time restine
Saturday and, while she's up and
aroiind, he' not any ball of fire.
She'll probably file for divorce
next weekl"
Miss Taylor, widow of showman
ny;i twk.Ji.si dL a it
Mine two, was reported una una-vaillnV
vaillnV una-vaillnV Hej small children were
being-eared for by the family of
producer Arthur Loew' Jr., an es escort
cort escort of Miss Taylor since Todd's
March 22 death.
Both Eddie and ijebbie can can-relied
relied can-relied scheduled aoDearanr-p nna
Bowl Saturday night; Debbie can cancelled
celled cancelled because she was placed
under sedation follow!n h" an-
I i"u'iuemenr iine wouin aivorce
I r isner, ana Koaie rancelled ear-
;ic. irecatiae ioi a lever and an
infectious mononucleosis.
LEGAL NOTICE
I'SITED STATES Of AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Cosrrt Tor
' The District of The Cenal Zone
Cristobal Division
v Longshore Friendly Society No. 1,
Plaintiff vs. The First National City
Bank of New York, Cristobal Branch,
Iris M. Smith, OCthieer. Cavalo, Orllna
Davi5. Matilda Anderson and fmu
Brown, Defendants Summons Civil
Case No. 2240 Action brnneht In th.
Uniied States District Court for the Dis District
trict District of the Canal Zone.
to the above-named defendants:
You are herebv reouirnd tn innmr
and answer the complaint filed against
ynu in the above-entitled action, on
or oeiore November 7, 1K58.
And you are hereby notified that un
Hess you do appear arid answer, the
plaintiff will take ludemwit bv default
for any money demanded in the com complaint,
plaint, complaint, or will aDoly to the Court for
any other relief demanded in the com
plaint.
In WltneW Whereof I hereunto eet
my hand and affix the seal of the Unit
ed States District Court for the District
of the Canal Zone, this 5th dav of
ibcplember, 1958 at Cristobal, Canal
Sara de la PeKa
Clerk
(Seal.
By s David M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
To:
Iris M Smith, Ethleen Cavalo, Orllna
Davis. Matilda Anderson, and Ellis
Brnwn. t.
Thr foreaoinf summons is served uu
on you by publication pursuant to the
Order nf the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. Judge of the United States Dia
trlct Court for the District of the Ca
nal Zone, dated September 3, 1B5S. and
entered and filed In this action in the
Office of the Clerk of the United states
District Court for the District of the
Canal Zone. Division of Cristobal on
September 3, 1DSS.
Sara de la Pen.
Clerk
Br David M Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
1 siisseasssapssas
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LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE Or OUR AfiENTS OR OUR OPFICES AT 13 3T H STREET, r,-Vu7r i it 7r.m. 2 ?&Ar?F,C
INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONES-No. 3 Lottery Plaza o CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 o LOURDE PHARMACY-) R2 .La fmClA LOM LOM-B4Rnnv
B4Rnnv LOM-B4Rnnv ? "B Street m MORRlSON-4th ..f July Ave. & J St. LEWIS SERVICE-Ave. Tivoll No. 4 JARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ava.

O FARMACIA LUX It4 central avenue
FARMACIA VAN Df.R-JlS o Street no.
A THIS Beside the Bella Vista xneaire
Automobiles
FOR SALE 195 Volkswaoen
Sun roof, radio 21,000 miles,
Excellent condition. Call Navy
Pacific 3210 during working
hours, 3749 after hours.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buiek, 4-doo,
radio, good running condition,
6380-B Lee Riot, phono 2-
2670.
FOR SALE:- 1950 Chevrolet
Coupe, $350.00. Phone 5-126.
FOR SALE: Ford Victoria 1951.
One owner, new upholstered
teats, good tires. Excellent me mechanical,
chanical, mechanical, condition Phone Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights 4172.
FOR SALE: 1957 Studebaker,
areen and white, 1 6,000 miles,
new tires, call office hours 2 2-2517
2517 2-2517 Hector Navarro.
FOR SALE: Pontiac 'Eight".
1955 two door hardtop Catalina.
Leather upholstery. Excellent
condition. $1175 and can be
financed. May bt seen at Hotel
El Panama garage.
rOR SALE: 1949 Buick one
owner 4 door' sedan hydromatic,
radio, excellent buy $190. Call
5-18S.
MURFtERS
Chevrolet, Plymouth, ford $9. $9.-95
95 $9.-95 All others $12.95. Free Ins Installation.
tallation. Installation. Tivoli Motors at Tivoll
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury,
sport sedan, 2 tone, leather up up-helstory.
helstory. up-helstory. C.Z. $1550.00 Pana Pana-nama
nama Pana-nama $1750.00 Today's best
buy. Let No. 1. Stnoot & Pare Pare-des,
des, Pare-des, S. A.
FOR SALE: 1957 Buick Special
4 door hardtop sedan, Dyna, 2
tone' radio, ww tires. C.Z.
$2400.00, Panama $2700.00
Today's best buy, Lot No 2
Smoot Jr Parades S.. A.
Former Isthmian
Chosen For Train
A former Isthmian was honored
this year by being the only reserve
officer in the entire United States
chosen for 10 months of training
at the Army War College at Car
lisle Brracks, Harnsburg, Fa.
He is Lt.'Col. Richard 3. Undo,
who was born in Panama while
his father was working on the con construction
struction construction of the Panama Canal.
Now a distributor of building
supplies in Alexandria Bay N. Y.,
near Syracuse. Lindo'a reservrj
status is that or commanding of officer
ficer officer of the 313th Anti-Aircraft Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery Battalion of Waiertown, N.
Y. This summer he and his unit
were sent for training to Wellfleet,
Mass.
A higly decorated conbat offi offices,
ces, offices, Lindo was awarded three sil silver
ver silver stars, four bronze stars the air
medal and he purple heart for his
service in World War II. "The dec decoration
oration decoration I am most proud of," ne
says "is the combat infantryman's
badge." His service was in North
Africa, Sicily and at Omaha Beach
in Prance.
Lindo frequently uses his priv
ate plane to inspect branches f
his building supply business and
will use it to tiy bacic ana lortn
o the War College during his train
ing period.
The Isthmian-born reservist at
tended the Choate Preparatory
School, in Wallingford, Conn., and
was graduated from Cornell Uni Uni-veristy
veristy Uni-veristy in 1940 with a B. S. degT'-e
in engineering administration. He
entered the Army immediately af
terward.
He is married to the former
Sharon Griffith of Water-town.'
Their four children are Richard
J.. Jr., 15; Stephen, 11; Candace,
nine and Mizabeih, seven.
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
International Jewelry
15S Central Ave.
The New
S P
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewfinder System
.i.i. aaaaie
Panama
Col6n

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if July Ave. 4c J St. LEWIS 81RVICE-Ave. Tlvoli No. 4 FARMACIA TADO804ntral Avo.
... H!USEHOi4 F.XCHANC.K-J. Fro. do la Oss. A No. 41 O 0 DOMY-Jus o Arwem.n. Ave. tad 33 1
o. 5:1 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parq ue Lefevre 7 Street O E ARMACIA SAS Via PORRAS 111 NOVEDADES
- COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amador Guerrero No. U&l,
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iscellaneous
FOR SALE: Motors and parts
tMf?tucks, Can, heavy equip equipment,
ment, equipment, inboard engines, electrical
and Plumbing fixtures, belts,
screws, chain aaw Gasleng.
Safety safes, Truckwinches, and
mMm;. ether items at la 'Supli 'Supli-dora
dora 'Supli-dora Continental", 12 and 1
Street Central Ave. No. 12.179
phonis 10te-R., Colon.
FOR SALl: Air-compressor with
or without new (0 cycle motor.
551Z-C, Diablo.
.JjMfjlAUl l-fiv Wsi air con conditioning
ditioning conditioning units. 1-3 ton air con conditioning
ditioning conditioning unit. Good condition,
food prices. Call Panama 2-2648
Colo 1111.
FOR SALE: Accordian, Sorenel Sorenel-li
li Sorenel-li (Italian), 120 ban-key. Never
MWk $3)). Telephone 3-5079
after:) p.m.
1
COMVlNttNT TO CANAL
ZONERS
Cist Flowers, Bouquets,
Rotted Plants. Call
. tJiV Visit SARITA'S
roar entrance Central
Ire) Calle Estudiante 124
K'S HANDSOMEST
r-ER SHOP
FOR SALE: One, Hallicraftor
radio, S.X. 28, $75,00. Phone
'ffre'tMaY '.few
Street Mo. 26,
Apartment 4.
I Estate
I.
POR IALI-Sellint "Cafe Be Be-quete"
quete" Be-quete" form in Boquete, en ac account
count account of urgent personal reason,
in cantor of ceffoe farm area,
with residence, car, etc. New
coffee farm yielding 300 quintals
yearly.' Rare bargain. Boa, 3547
or Tel. 3-4037.
FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
maters, In the Nue'vo Hipodrome
Urbanisation, across the Ramon
Racetrack. All lota with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. MeBarnett.
Tel. :2567.
FOR SALE: Recently built
hetrsej 1st Boquete, Jrtn type,
six Benson, three airvices, lly lly-ino
ino lly-ino room, dining room anal kit kitchen,!
chen,! kitchen,! all large rooms, two little
tWt parlors, garage anal maid's
room in let of 2,125 square
meters. For information Ave. A
III. J-2B upstairs or in Boquete
P.
St. Alban's Women
Bridal
Tea Party Friday
"Bridal Tea Party" will be spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Woman's Auxiliary of
St. Alban's Episcopal Church Pa Pa-raiso,
raiso, Pa-raiso, on Friday at 8 p.m. in the
Paraiso gymnasium.
It is a three-fold affair and will
he as follows: Part one will be a
short program featuring Prof.
Hans Jfenowitz, pianist of the Na
tional Conservatory of Music, Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, singers Mrs. Mary Calend Calendar
ar Calendar and Cecil Miller elocutionist
Miss Marie Davis others.
Part two will be the presenta presentation
tion presentation of an ancient and modern
bride and part three will be the
serving of refreshments by the
women of the Auxiliary.
Chairiady for this affair will be
Mrs. Jaqueline Gustin of the Ca
theural of hi. Luke, Ancon.
Tickets are on sale and can be
had from any member of the Aux
iliary. The holder of the lucky tic
ket wilt win a door prize.
The Magic Super Seasoner
AJI-K0-M0T0
(Monosndium Glutamate)
Vrai
table now In the
Canal Zone.
IT
Clai
in Ballet Tan
and
; Toe Taught by
DOROTHY CHASE
will it resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
announced later.
August 15 to 'Sept. 15
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-05.K
B DAI
1
inti air fe,twnafe. tow,
and 4elsrxe hotel
$180
leave evr Tues. and Frt
I IDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama IJ-lBGl

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FOR SALE: Persian Rug 9'xl2'
new, never used. This beautiful
Persian obtained at a Bargain,
will releaae at lost than half
Retail price. Can be seen at
House 404-B. Gatun. Call Homo
5-488 office 5-189.
FOR SALE: One West ing ho use
refrigerator, $75-00; dining room
aet, 10 pc. $250.00; Fodders air
conditioner, 1 -ton. $200.00;
Hot Point auto washer, $125.00;
25 louvers and small quant, bldg.
mat. $95.00; 85' yard fencing,
ateel post, $25.00; hoys bike
26" like new, $30.00; Singer
' sewing mach. mahogany cab.
$50.00. 1J6-A Gamboa, C. Z.
Tel. 6376.
FOR SALE: 1 dining table, 4
chairs, excellent condition. Rio
Aba jo 13th Street No. 2224.
FOR SALE : Bcdsprjngi 12.50.
Metal Desk 25.00. 4 pc. Bam Bamboo
boo Bamboo Livinqroom 75.00. Complete
Hollywood Beds 37.00. 5 pc.
Mahogany Diningroom 30.00.
Mattresses (Double) 10.00
(Single) 8.00. 4 p.c Wrought
Iron Livingreom (Slightly Used)
175.00. Chairs 2.50. Pillows
1.50. Cash or Credit. We Deliver.
HOUSEHOLD FXCHANGE 41
Auto Row. Tels: 3-4911, 3 3-7348.
7348. 3-7348. We Pay Cash For Your
Old Furniture. Call For
Appraisal.
FOR SALE: 21" RCA. T.V..
$195.00. Call Balboa 3694..
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Fiberglass 14 ft.
boat, 25 h.p. motor and con con-troll.
troll. con-troll. $550.00 or best offer.
Call 2-3417 C. Z.
Egghead Says
lite Is Somewhat
The Same Thing
NEW. YORK (UPi Arttoni
Larson, ''the egghead of the Re-
that President Eisenhower is ome
thing of an egghead, himself.
Larson, former director of the
U.S. imormation Agency and for
mer presidential speech writer
said there has been a "tremen "tremendous
dous "tremendous amount of misunderstanding"
on Eisenhower s intellectual capac
iurs,
"The President is a man of not
only deep intelligence but very
great wisdom," he said.
Larson made his comments on
a filmed and recorded television
interview conducted by Mike Wal
lace as the final program in i
aeries titled "Survival and Free
aor." Th series was produced
hy the American Broadcasting
Co. in association with the Ford Ford-financed
financed Ford-financed Fund for the Republic.
He said that many persons are
inclined to forget that Eisenhow
er wrote a la.rge, detailed and in interesting
teresting interesting book called "Crusade in
Europe."
He said that manv nersons are
inclined to forget that Eisenhower
wrote a large, detailed and inter interesting
esting interesting book called "Crusade in
Europe."
"I think it would be a very
good thing to get this volume out
and re-read a good deal of it.r
Larson said, "especially the last
seven or eight pages, which con contain
tain contain a lot of very thoughtful ma material
terial material that's just as valid now as
was then.
'From my contacts with him 1
have been constantly bleased to
notice a lamilianty with history.
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With a view toward improving service and correcting
.irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
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Derese Wafres School of Danc Danc-ing;
ing; Danc-ing; Ballreem, Ballet. Tee, Tap,
Acrobatic, Modern an. Kniahu
of Columbus Hall, 2-2363.
ATTINMTIONI WIST BANK
Ann Lattin School of Dancing
Will re-open September 16h
3:30 to 5:30. Cocoli Clubhouse
2nd floor, phone Balboa 2-4415.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Experience e" cook.
Must sleep in and have good
references. Call 3-1891 Sunday
morning. Five to seven p.m.
other days.
REWARD will be paid for return
el eyeglasses, bifocals, In brown
case, lost near Cristobal Post Of Office
fice Office or in Colon. Return to Amer American
ican American Consulate.
QUEEN REDUCES
LONDON (Ufl) The Sunday
Dispatch said yesterday that
Queen Juliana of thP Nethelands
is on a diet adn has lost 28 pounds
m the last nine months. The news-
paper said the auee is on a diet
prescribed by a Dutch dietetic ex
pert, Dr. Jos de Cock of the
Energa Institute at The Hague. It
said de Cock was consulted by the
queen last year.
with literature, with biography.'
He strikes me as being quite an
accomplshed Lincoln scholar, for
example, He reads a great deal
and is very much at home in
philosophy. He corrected me the
other day, for example on two
different Greek philosophers who
had somewhat similar names.
ACROSS
1 Actress,
Francis
3 She is a
youthful
9 Discoloration
10 Claw
12 Horse barn
IS Pfuit (pi.)
15 Taxi
18 Unit of
reluctance
18 Mimic
lBNomad
21 Driving 'w
command
22 Growl, as
ot a dog
23 Diminutive
of Eleanor
24 Periods of
time (ab.)
35 Indolent
28 Near
28 Afternoon
' social event
30 Put on
32 See her
the silver
screen
33 Foundation
35 Poem
39 Snare
43 Crafts
44 Rocky
pinnacle
45 Stitches
46 Fish
47 Masculine
appellation
41 Capuchin
monkey
49 Bullfighter
52 Disunites
55 Fortification
56 Growing out
warns
1 Kettledrum
2 Grab
3 Nothing
4 Vigor
9 Least fresh
6 Faucet
7 High mountain
8 Man's name
8 Look fixedly
11 Asiatic
kingdom
12 Look over
14 Withered
17 Always
(poet.)
20 Broad leaves

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Throe room office
suite, 48 m2 available imme immediately
diately immediately in the Panama Insurance
Co. biaj. across from Hotel El
Panama Hilton. Alrconditioninp
electricity, elevator, janitor and
night watchman service, drink drinking
ing drinking fountain, restrooms. Coffee
shop in building. See or phone
Mr. Mary Coleman at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance Co. 3-0136.
Mercedes Building. De luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Am Ample
ple Ample parking space. Night watch watchman.
man. watchman. Moderate rent. Balboa
Avenue, next to nuns school.
Ricardo A. Mire S. A. Tel.
2-3436.
FOR RENT: Office space, two
and three rooms suite available.
Automobile Row. Phone 3-6S55.
SCOUT AT 90
SOUTH LYNN, England (UPI) (UPI)-John
John (UPI)-John Watt became a boy scout
here yesterday. H is 90 years
old.
FEARED DRO
CALCUTTA, I n d.i a (UPI) -Twenty-seven,
persons were feared
drowned last night when a steam steamer
er steamer luanch ran down a boat
with 32 persons aboard during a
storm dn the Hogghly River of
Bengal near here. The five known
survivors swam ashore after the
accident.
BEE INVASION
COMO, Italy (UPI) Ten fami families
lies families fled from ttheir homes yester yesterday
day yesterday when 40 pounds of honey
dumped on a road brought a mass
invasion of bees. Some 20 persons
were treated for bee stings. The
honey was spilled when a motor
.scooter crashed into a ear
main street of nearby Gravi
Within minutes, thousands of
m.cu utnru.
22 Powerful and 36 Expunged
huge ones 40 Sets anew
27 Preposition 41 Cognizant
29 Daybreak 42 Greek letter
(comb, form) (pi.)
31 Ideas SO Dutch city
33 Torment 51 Rodent
34 Eagerness. 53 Mariner's i
35 Cubic meters direction
37 Drone bee 84 Mover's truck
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CAREER OP0RTUNITY as
Canal Zone representative for
leading life insurance company.
Man we aeek Is probably mar married,
ried, married, between 25 and 40, doing
Weft at present fob, yet some somewhat
what somewhat impatient with preefa,?
While appajpt need' net have
life insurance experience, he will
need ambition, determination
and desire to serve others a well
as himself. To this man wo offer
a permanent position, unlimited
earning potential, pension at 60.
We offer independence of ewe
business, yet affiliation and sup support
port support of large international finan financial
cial financial firm. We supply training and
proven helps to locate buyers and
make sales. For interview phone
"anama 1-7132 (Mornings
eely),
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SERVICES
T.V., radio, HI-FI, transmitter
repairs. Call William Shirley.
Phone Panama 2-51 IS.
SKINDIVERS: We can now fid
your tanks. 1500 lbs. pressure
for $2.00 Service Charge. Re Remember
member Remember too wr have only the
finest Italian equipment with
NORTH ILL LUNGS.
CRAWFORD) AGENCIES CORK
"J" St. 13A-J0
Tel. 2-1905
TELEVISION SERVICI
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
You get services the asms day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained technl technl-cians.
cians. technl-cians. Crawford Agencies. Phone
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
Protect your heme and proper
ty against insect damage,
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Prompt service ......,,,;,. ;
Fair prices ....,... i,,V
Boston Technicians ..... . .'.
30 yaara in elect re nice
f.iH!2 GUARANTEE ON
PARTS IWjPT ALLED. Aik for MR.
Paeam 2-1142.
At stud, black cocker Bpanlal,
A. K. C. registered, $50.00
or choice of litter. Phone Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 3226 after 5 p.m. Friday
ana Monday, Saturday a.m.
Today's Opening
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Amer Cyanamid M, .52
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pen Amid Wide Pessimism

WARSAW Sept 15 (UPI) The United States, an d Communist Chine moot here today to seek a face-saving
ula that would silence the gum A Km Formofc So. World capitals were pessimistic the Far East crisis
d be solved tore.

f US ambassador Jacob Beam, lanky and strong-willed, sits down witn uninese wmmuni amoM.anor

ftmr-nan who Droved himself to be a stone wall of cmn ese impassmxy in nnaun w.H.

at Geneva a year ago.
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J.' 1. Btrwed. assertions today by Pwping that it inteR ded to

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m siimiillipi! ... ;rw!;-.v:.T,;j:,-il-. --f i : wnuM ha mat with U.S. force.:

2 Ooen pessimism in Washington ana u.o. wwnmr.m maiwn rr-r.. w'

Pessimistic statements in Moscow -that tne tbiks were ciumsy mnv w

and Formosa and a renew-

3.

If 4e two ambassador were hol i
log the first of what was expect
ed to be long series of disci'
Bions on the neutral grouund o
thr little Mysliwski Palace, an W
century bunting lodge in tne La
ijelki Park here.
"Iwigress, if any, was expected
tp be, slow-and secret.
Tttre Americans planned only
Brief communiques announcing tht
times of the meetings and the
date for the next. The CMaesi
Were expected to be even more
No'speeche or opening ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies were planned for today -ftttt
setting the-agenda of the con
jfe rence and etails of future meet.
"Beam was accompanied by John
flitter, an interpreter who at
through the past Geneva meetings
Zi by counsellor Ralph N. Clough
of the U.S. Embassy in Berne, an
eld China hand who took part m
the earlier talks.
"Today's talks were in a sense
Hit continuation of talks m Gene-
between Wang and U.S. ambas ambassador
sador ambassador V. Alexis Johnson. Thos
talks broke down nearly a year

after 73 sessions,
iesides th Permosa aoestfen.

tevtral emir pronwma m.,xj
brn earried ovar from Geneva
Including th. fact that four A A-.pieriant
.pieriant A-.pieriant still are hold In Red
Meanwhile Secretary of State
TAttnfWr Dulles said in Wash

kston that he "would not be sur-

liea It nussia iriea iu

ccnr rharces ax tne umiou

c rtnr ms the unitea muus

lm Aassembly meeting open-

Mn New York tomorrow.

nii. made the statement as

he left for New York to prepare

for the U.N. session. v
tl. was asked if he thousht

Russia would try to put the For Formosa
mosa Formosa crisis on the U.N. session
He was asked if Jie thought Rus Russia
sia Russia would try to put the Formosa
cMiis on th U,N. agenda in such
a way as to make it itnnear that
Jhe United States was the aggres aggressor
sor aggressor in the" Far East.'
He replied that Russia was
trid several times in the past to
put on the agenda subjects to
Which tha Unltad Statas objart objart-d.
d. objart-d. Dulles aaid he wouldn't be
surprised W tha Soviets triad
T It again. 'J
& the administration generally has
taken the position that this would

not be the time to carry ine rr
feist crisis to the United Nations.
Sir Pierson Dixon. Britain s
WMjaJ U.N, delegate, said on a tele-
vision prosram that proner nroce.

would be tor tne unuuu

ites and Red tnina io iry w
K the dispute first at the War-

E&' conference table.
w iri Britain suDPorts Presi-

1 1K Eiaenhower's position that
the dispute should be settled by
-aKatiatioB. .
The President said Thursday
lMBt that U.N. action mieht be
VSpit if the Warsaw talks are
fruitless.
Upon his arrival in New York,
apples said, the General Assembly

leeting, "will be perhaps the most
nportant that Has been held ior
sveral years.
"There may be problems of dis dis-onsolidating
onsolidating dis-onsolidating p e a c P which are
irought to the fore- by the Soviet
ia eking of Chinese Communist ag aggression,'
gression,' aggression,' he said.
"There may bt problems of dis dis-lrmament
lrmament dis-lrmament to be discussed anda
lumber of problems relating to e e-conomic
conomic e-conomic development and the car
rying through of aspects Of Presi President
dent President Eisenhowers program wh'ch
could Hot be dealth with at the enl
ergency "session."' 9
Dunes' statement earn at Sen.
A. S. Mike Monroney (D-Okla.)
critized the administration's Par
East policy as a "tangla-foot.
fly-paper" program that eoul"
lead to a tragic and costly atom
Ic war.

It also coincided with a state

ment by Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R

N.Y.) Who urged President Eisen

hower to ehgage in prompt "Bipar

tisan consultation with congres

sional leaders of both parties on

the Far East.
He suggested the consultation
because, he said, Congress should
share in any "changes" in the po policy
licy policy laid down in the 1955 "Formo "Formosa
sa "Formosa Resolution" and because the
Far East thj-eit should be taken to
the U.N. if there is any increase
in the danger of war, Javits sajd
Congress should share In the lat latter
ter latter decision.'
Javits also said thar. was

"lack Of knowledge" about th
war thraat that bordered on "a.
pathy."
Monroney said in a statement
that no one could claim that the
Nationalist-held offshore islands Of
Quemoy and Matsu were vital to
the defense of Formosa or the
Pescadores Island 100 miles away.
"The only bask for the grave

risks the President and our mm

tary officials are taking is that

Generalissimo Chiang Jvai sneic

will lose fac if we permit th a
bandonment of the Nationalist po

sition on inese iwo wormtess is islands,"
lands," islands," Monroney saM.
Monroney criticiied what' he
called the "falsa pmmise" that
somehow Chiang's 400,000 sold soldiers
iers soldiers can recapture tha mainland
from a Communist fore "of
mora than two million affectiva
and Wall-trained troops."
Monrnney termed it "absurd"
to compare Quemoy and Mktsu

with Czechoslovakia, which was
surrendered at MUnichj
Eisenhower told the nation
Thursday night that this country

would hot be party to a "Western
Pacific Munich!," :

"It is not appeasement to aban

don indefensible positions and

conslidate to a p 'o s i 1 1 ft of

strength which can guarantee se
curity." he said.

"We must admit to ourselves

that we can only- guarantee For
mosa against invasion," he said

"and eet back to a bedrock oo-

sition on which all foreign policy

should rest.
"We are interested In preserv
ing the Independence of Nation?'

ist China, but we can do so only

by defending its home territory,

and not oy attempting to now iar
away dots of islands within five

miles of the communist mm-

land," Monroney said.

A Nationalist Chinese lsi
beached a full load of supplies
on Quemoy yesterday hut Com Communist
munist Communist artillery crippled the ves vessel
sel vessel before it got away.
It was the first time in a
week the Nationalists, with the
help of the U.S. 7th Fleet, had
been able to get a full shipload of
supplies to the beleagured island
garrison.
But the success was tempered
by the temporary loss, of the pre precious
cious precious landing craft. It had to he
towed back to Formosa.
U. S. Convoy ships kept three
miles from shore and some Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist Chines officers were
critical of their role. Some said
th U. S. presence only served
to draw heavier Communist ar artillery
tillery artillery fir W th landing por portions.
tions. portions.

Informed sources said the Unit United
ed United States was rushing construc construction
tion construction of defense ground to-air Nike-

AJax missile sites on Formosa to
guard against the possibility that

the Quemoy battle might wow

ud into an air War.

Formosa alrpftrlv has launching

nads for the fl&O mile Matador

missiles which can hit the Chi

nese mainland.

Lone ranee U. S. Navy planes

operate from the Pescadores off

Formosa's west coast, but stay

30 miles from the mainland. The

pilots spot Communist MIGs occa

sionally But there have Been no

clashes so far;

"As long as we stay 30 miles
off th China coast they leave
us alone," aaid the en Ameri American
can American pilot. "But th slightest
movement toward the coast and
w immediatalyhav Mig Com-

A flotilla of U. S: 7th Fleet de-

stroyers and Nationalist warship

escoreted the LST (landing ship

tank) toward Quemoy.

The U. S. ships stopped out of

range of Red guns. The Nation

alist warships went a little cios

er.-
Th rusty World War II 1ST
lumbered through th Red Shell
fir alone in daylight to within
a mile from shore. It disgorg disgorged
ed disgorged its badly-needed cargo by
small landing barges before Red
short batteries ripped a hole in
It and damaged th steering
mechanism.
One Nationllst tailor was miss missing
ing missing from the vessel and presum presumed
ed presumed lost. Two others were Mured.
A Nationalit warship look the
craft in two for the return trip to
Formosa.

Llf begins ot 40. Thof s

o lot of 55-yeor-olds oct tike

loon-ogers.

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Algerians Attempt Paris Assassination

Willlsnsvajw;. -t. ;i f
Of French Minister Jacques Soustelle
PARIS, Sept. IS (UPD Algerian terrorists fired on French Information minister Jacques
Soustelle today In a daring but unsuccessful assassination attempt.
He was cut slightly by flying glass from the bullet-shattered windows of his limousine.
Soustelle' chauffeur was wounded by a bullet. None of the shots fired by three attackers
hit Soustelle.

Pentagon Says Missiles, Artillery
Regiments Ordered To Pacific Area

Soviet Trade Boss
Tells TV-Viewers
Reds Need US Goods

WASHINGTON (UPI) Soviet
trade boss Anastas I. Mikoyan
said today Russia needs Amer American
ican American consumer goods to, meet
growing demands Its own factories
are not Bow able to fiH.
MiVnvan called for a broad U.S.

Soviet trade agreement to help
ease cold war tensions. He said
"we aire ready today" to nego negotiate
tiate negotiate a pact for exchange of non non-military
military non-military goods.
Mikoyan, recognized as one of
the most powerful men in the So Soviet
viet Soviet ruling circles, was interview
fed by touring American studtnts
on TV program (NBC)Youth Wants
to Knowl f'lmed in Moscow
He said Russia would like to
ourchase from this country "equip "equipment
ment "equipment and whole factories to pro produce
duce produce consumer goods at home"
in exchange for manganese ore,
chromium ore. asbestos, wol
products and other raw materials.
In addition, Mikoyan said, his
country needs finished American
consumer goods to meeet demands

pending completion of a seven seven-yeair
yeair seven-yeair plan to increase Soviet pro production.
duction. production. "We can produce and we man managed
aged managed without purchases, but the
demand for some products is
sometime greater than nir
rent production," he said. "We

need to increase production. In

this time we could buy various

products."

He said soviet purcnases coum

be cmickly expanded "if we Were

given credits because it would be
difficult in a short time to find

buyers for Soviet goods" in the

United States.
This country has been cool to toward
ward toward Soviet requests for credit

toward purchase of American pro

duction equipment. Mikoyan said
Russia was not willing to spend
its gold reserves on consumer
gooris and did not keep a dollar
reserve.

One Algerian was shot dead
by police. Another was wound wounded
ed wounded and captured at short, dis distance
tance distance from the assassination
attempt.
The third ran into a Metro
(subway) station where he
was captured when an alert
passenger trained him as he
ran through the crowds run
in hand.
Fiye passers-by were also
wounded in the gun battle
which raeed for nearly five
minutes at one of Paris's busi busiest
est busiest traffic intersections.
One later died in hospital.

The Algerian Nationalists
waited for Soustelle's car in

WASHINGTON, Sept. 15 (UPI)

The Defense Department an announced
nounced announced today that Nike Hercules

anti-aircraft- missiles" are Deing
sent to "the Pacific Area." The
move evidently was taken to ooi ooi-ster
ster ooi-ster the defense; of Formosa' I I-gainst
gainst I-gainst air attack, but the Penta-

gon retusea to say wai auwuw
were going to the island.

The Nike Mercuies can De arm armed
ed armed with either an atomic or con

ventional warhead. It has range

estimated at between tb ana
mfles.
The Pentagon Said the unit be being
ing being moved to the 'Pacific area
i thi. 2nd Missile Battalion of the

71st Artillery Regiment at Fort

Bliss, Tex.
The bat alion, it said, will leave
the United States shortly and will
be assigned to U.S. Army Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters of the Pacific at Hawaii.
The battalion, comprising be?
tween 700 and 800 men, is com commanded
manded commanded by Lt.-CoL Bernard F.
Greenbegg of Wilmington, Del.
The Pentagon did not say how
many missile launchers will be
shipped wi h the battalion. But a
normal Nike Hercules battalion
has 48 launchers organized, into
four firing batteries of 12 each.
The Pentagon refused to say
the missiles were going to Formo-

the heart of downtown Paris.
The car, taking Soustelle to
his office, paused for a red
light on the Avenue Friend Friend-land.
land. Friend-land. The Moslems jumped from

Marines Load Gear
For Homeward Trip
After Lebanon Duty

sa even though published reports

nave said Nike sites are being
constructed on "a crash basis"
on the Chinese Nationalist island.
The Hercules would be the sec second
ond second major1 U.Si missile denlnvnl

lS5.po"ii-:'the. Red Chim mainland.

ine u.a. Air Force has had Ma Matador
tador Matador missiles on Formosa for a a-bout
bout a-bout a year.
Unlike the aircraft Hercules, the
Matador is 600 mile and hour pi-
Dt!fsuaircraft which n" U the
Ked Chinese airfields opposite For Formosa
mosa Formosa within its easy reach.

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Zoiie Scouts are Holdina V! lieml.

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courtroom, building 803, Balboa
Road, between 7 and 9 p.m.
In connection with the seminar,
there will be a demonstraion for
Boy Scouts concerning photogra photography
phy photography by Police Set. Fred E. 'Pc 'Pc-rra;
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Montgomery Flies

To Cap d'Ail

To Greet Winnie

CAP d'AIL, France (UPI)

Field Marshal Viscount Montgom Montgomery
ery Montgomery flew here ytsterday tor a

brief reunion with Sir Winston
Churchill and to deliver his he
lated congratulations on his old

comrade-in-arms' golden wedding
anniversary.
Sir Winston and Lady Clemen Clementine
tine Clementine Churchill celebrated the 50th
anniversary of their marriage last
Thursday. But Montgomery was
unable to attend the party. He was
busy winding up his affairs at
headquarters of the North Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Treaty Organization where he
retired shortly as deputy com commander.
mander. commander. Yesterday Montgomery fltw here

in his personal DC-3 transport to
personally congratulate his World
Wair II leader and Lady Churchill.

Montgomery will fly back to

Pans today hwere he is to be

invested by Marshal Alphonse

Juin with the Medaille Militairc,

trance s highest military decora
tion.

Optimism Expressed
For Inter-American
Ministers Meeting

WASHINGTON (UPI)-Assistant
Secretary of State Roy R. Rubot-

tom expressed confidence tofRv

that the forthcoming Inter-Amn-can
Foreign Ministers Conference
will achieve "beneficial and con constructive"
structive" constructive" results.
But he cautioned that the Latin
American governments should not
expect "earth-shaking" decisions
from the meeting scheduled here
Sept. 23 and 24. He emphasized
that the talks would be informal.
"My feeling is one of optimism

and enthusiasm," he said. "The
advantages of the meeting are
patent and I am confident that it
will achieve beneficial and con constructive
structive constructive results."
Rubottom's statement came as
some Latin American diplomats
privately expressed a degree of
impatience .over Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles's invitation.
They said that what their coun countries
tries countries need now are major steps
to speed economic development
and not moire conferences.
Rubottom pointed out that eco

nomic problems will be discussed
when the foreign ministers take
up Brazilian President Juscelino
Kubitschek's proposal for a
twenty-one nation committee to
plan measures against underdevelopment.

Memorial Service
In East Cerrnany

Gets Pink Tinge

BERLIN (UPI) The Commu

nist East German government

yesterdav tur -ed a "leivnria' -. i

cation service on the site of tne

Nazi's Buchenwald concentration

camp into an anti-Western rally.

Premier Otto Grotewohl said the

fascism and militarism responsi

ble for the extermination of 31

million persons in 300 concentra concentration
tion concentration camps had been eradicated

only in East Germany.

West Germany, be said, is a

dangerous center of reaction and

the United States is tnreaiemng
world peace by its actions in the
Far and Middle East,
The Buchenwald camp, where
56,000 nersons died, five Wls
from Weimar, was liberated by

United States troops in 1945. But
firotewohl made no mention of

them in his soeech at the cere

monv at which a memorial to the

victims was unveiled.

BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI)-U. S.
Navy ships yesterday began load loading
ing loading two U.S. Marine battalion?
and their gtar for withdrawal
from Lebanon.
The departure of the 1st and
2nd Battalions of the 8th Marines
will leave one Marine battalion
and some 8,000 U. S. soldiers.
A U. S. sailor aboard a destroy destroyer
er destroyer in Beirut harbor was slightly
wounded Saturday night when he
was hit by a "stray" bullet fired
from shore. The bullet struck MM

3-C Joseph A. DiMotta ot rnua-

rfelnh a. in the left shoulder.

The 35-caliber steel-jacketed slug
was of a type not used by the
United States. It penetrated only

an inch and DiMot'a required only
first aid treatment.
DiMotta was watching a movie

with shipmates on the destroyer
Abbot when he Was hit. The com commander
mander commander ordered the decks cleared

and a search of the surrounding

Waters on the chance that the shot
was fired from a small boat in the

harbor.

It was believed, however, that

the shot was fined by someone on
the shore some thousands of- yards

away. While Beirut generally
calm, there is still some sporadic
shootings.
Loading of the homegoing Ma Marines
rines Marines began yesterday morning
ohH nf irhediiifc. Th attack

transport Fremont and thie attack!

cargo ship Munpnen were uocaea
in Beirut's.;. port Wosgside the
Americh command ships Poeono
and Taconic. Working parties Of
Marines werfe aboard and the
main body of troops was xpctd
to embark within hours.
The dock landing ship SpleiH
Grove was Anchored off Yellow
Beach north of Beirut, wherfe the
1st Battalion ofthe 8th Marines
landed in mid-July. Landing craft
loaded heavy equipment aboard
th ebig vessel.
Withdrawal of the 1st Battalion
was announced last Week. But it
was only yesterday that the A A-merican
merican A-merican command announced tht
2nd Battalion also was being pull pulled
ed pulled out. i
The lightly equipped under undermanned
manned undermanned 2nd Battalion was flow
here from Cherry Foirit, N. C, in

July to reinforce the tnree Marine
battalions that hit the beaches.

The evacuation operations were
expecied to be completed by mid

week.

the sidewalk and opened fire,
shattering the windows of
Soustelle's limousine. His police
guard returned the fire. A pass passing
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Police began a clty-widt
search for the Nationalist re responsible
sponsible responsible for the boldest Al Algerian
gerian Algerian raid to date In the
campaign of terror in France.
The attack followed a week weekend
end weekend of violence In which Al

gerian gunmen wounded an ar

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portraying an embittered juvenile fresh from three
years in a reform school and undergoing attempts
at being shaped for a good place in society. "DINO"
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Ladd, OPENS AT THE CENTRAL on Wednesday
17th. The color film which tells the story of a de destroyer
stroyer destroyer on a hazardous combat mission during the
days of World War II, also stars Dianne Foster, Wil William
liam William Bendix, Keenon Wynn.

Cog Railway Crash
Kills 14, Hurts 70
BONN, Germany, Sept. 15 (UPI)

Seventy persons Were in hospi

tals today with serious injuries
suffered when a cog railway train

on which they were riding crash

ed, killing, 14 passengers.
The cob railway runs from

infminfor nrar Rnnn in the

summit of the 1,000-foot Drachen J

fels Mountain. About 150 persons
were riding the three-carriage and
steam locomotive train when it
crashed yesterday.
Five of the injured were in cri critical
tical critical condition. Many foreign tour tourists
ists tourists were believed to have been a-

board the train although police
would release no details. j
A police spokesman said the lo locomotive
comotive locomotive raced out of control min minutes
utes minutes after leaving the summit sta

tion. The locomotive became un
hooked from the carriages', raced
ahead and toppled down the rocky,
enbankment after failing to nego

tiate a torturous curve.
The three carriages sped at
more than 50 miles ah hour for a

further 200 yards before crash

ine, one on top of the other, down

the embankment where they

smashed into a clump of trees.

Ago Khan Throws

Fancy Dress Party
On Anniversary
LONDON "(UPI Th Atfa
Khan, of Harvard, celebrated the
first anniversary of his enthrone enthronement
ment enthronement as spiritual head of the Is-

maili Moslems Saturday night by

tnrowing a fancy dress party at
the swank riyeriwe Suvoy Hotel.
Gossin comment ir-- sai'l 11 11-day
day 11-day it was the smartest party in

Europe since the "Ball of the
Princesses" which Kine Baudouin

of Belgium gave in Brussels this

spring.

Picked as the. most beautiful

woman present was Gulzar Nural

ly of India. She used to be one

of RamgGopal's famous dancing
team but for the past nine months

has been confidential secretary to
the Aga Khan.
Other Bursts included Prince

Amyn, British Colonial Secretary

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