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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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OUR1ST FLFTES
HOMEWARD VIA
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Manama American
MIf A people know the truth and the country it $afe" Abraham Lincoln.

13rd YEAB PANAMA, R.P. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1958
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fcldfe bwtcfprmy7' spotwd head, rins-talled
when riled and cause serious infection. It sup
Jess of its' resemblance to a miniautre dino
No, there was no one in the pool. Opening
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CZJC Extension Division
Monday On Both Atlantic,

Registration for Canal Zone .Inn
lof' C6'leg Extension Djv th
(eve'" and. Saturday morning)
class v.-ill take place, on iMon
dja'y I' ween. tf:30 and A:30 'p.m.
Den "oger C. Haokett has an
Classes will be given on the At At-totiq
totiq At-totiq side as well as on the Pici:
t.i" 1. "J- ;': -fl
Registtion for the Atlantic side
classes will be held in the Norrii
Margarets school and all classes
extept the en& in typirg will also
hi held in that aschool. The typ

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ANOTHER DOLLAR FOR LUCHO'S HAMMOND ORGAN
is shown being contributed In the Canal Zone. When Lucho
Azcarraga's famed electric organ was smashed in a truck ac accident
cident accident recently, his many Mends and admirers in the Canal
Zone Immediately began a campaign for funds to help him buy
another. A number of special collection boxes have been set up
as a courtesy of those who want to contribute. Shown above lr

S.M. Hamilton, manager of the
contribution In a box set tip in

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mming pool. Contrary to belief, this trewtty.

rnvRsier js non-poismous. However, it win one
osedly comes from the lizard family, regard-
;aur.
hours are at 1 p.m. dally -"Everybody Wel Wel-dish..
dish.. Wel-dish.. Anyone for chow? (U.S. Army Photo)

ing class wilJ be held in Cristo
bal 'Hi School.
n the Pacific side, classes in
business and commercial subjects
Jinclude elementary and advance i
accounting, Federal income Viz,
busines hw, clementry and ad
Vanced shorthand, and speed die
tation practice.
Classes in Spanish include'firsf
and second semester elementary
Spanish and elementary converse
tkmal Spanish.
Ji( mafnejnatics the courses of offered
fered offered are high school algebra,
plane trigonometry, first and set-
Tlvoll Guest House, making a
the Tlvoll lobby.

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was it found? In a swimming pool, of course,
should only humans enjoy such nice clear
so, he did, mvaH to the astonishment of life, life,-iiingtftn
iiingtftn life,-iiingtftn nd pic. Harold Shelton from Gretna.

Registration
Pacific Sides
ond semester college, algebra, and
'sp cuius.
Under the heading of philosophy
and psjology, classes are offer offered
ed offered in ch:!d development, philoso
phy and psychology, classes are
offered in child development, phi
losoohy and life; elementary psy psychology,
chology, psychology, and abnormal psychology.
Classes to be held from 8 a.m.
until noon oh? Saturday are
nermsr. machine, sheet metal, and
architectural drawing.
A class in the selection and con construction
struction construction of clothing will be held
on Mondays from 6:30 to p:30
p.m. ."'I',
On the Atlantic side classes of
fered are elementary shorthan-1.
etemontary typing, efemenlary
Spanish and elementary, conversa conversational
tional conversational Spanish.
Most classes on both sides will
meet on Mondays and Thursdays
although as indicated above, some
will meet on Mondays only nad
Others on ..Saturdays only.
For the successful completion of
moat courses, nropeny qnaimrri
students may earn either two se
mester hours of credit, and Jom
in tiie accounting courses.-
The first classes will meet Oct
2, but only those classes will be
started then for which at least 10
students register next Monday.
No changes have been made In
the tuition rate for the exttn
sion Division classes. Only Unit
ed Stae citizens or legal dcpcml
ents of United States citizens sr.
pliihp lo enroll in Extension Di
vision classes:
AGREE TO MERGE
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Director':
Or Signal Oil and Gas Co. hav
reached agreement with Hancock
Oil Co. for a merger on the basis
of one share of Signal common
for each of the 3,600,000 Hancoct
common shares. Signal would be
the surviving company.

CZ United Fund Moves Toward Single Drive; Admits Cancer Committee

The Canal Zone United Fund
by unanimous vote of its board of
trustees yesterday admitted the
Canal Zone Cancer Commitee as
its 17th member and raiied the
1968 campaign goal to $125,000.
Ci ed by United Fund president,
Governor W. E. Potlelf, as "a
great step forward", the board
action brings into United Fund
one of the key health agencies
operating in tne canal Zone.
The application for admission to
United Fund was submitted by

Cop Turns Midwife

In Pre-Dawn Drama
On Paraiso Road
In the dim grey light before
dawn today, grandfather-to-be
Juan R. Griffin set out from his
paraiso home to seek aid from
a Canal Zone policeman.
A few minutes earlier, he had
helped bundle his daughter,
Mrs. George McKenzle, of Pue
bio Nuevo, R.P., Into the back
seat of a vehicle that would take
her to a hospital.
But grandpop knew he was
already too late.
Luckily the man he found
driving a radio patrol car was
E. J. (Doc) Husum, Jr., himself
a iather of a housefull of young
sters. and no stranger to the
mysteries of childbirth.
Without more ado, Husum de delivered
livered delivered Mrs. McKenzie of a 7 7-lb.
lb. 7-lb. boy.
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Meanwhile, Dr. Weldon of
Gorgas Hospital was speeding to
the scene. He arrived shortly
.after the baby was born. Using
two ponce-eviuence-iag strings,
he tied the unbllical cord and
completed the roadside delivery.
Doc Husum reported later
thai mother and child were do doing
ing doing well, but grandpop seemed
"all shook up" over the precipi precipitate
tate precipitate appearance of 'his new
heir.
Planes Break Past
Red Arlillerfl
TAIPEI, Formosa, Sept. 1
UPK) The Defense Winisfry
announced today National, ships
and planes broke through Comma Comma-nist
nist Comma-nist artillery fire today to stage
the biggest resuppiy operation in
the Quemoys in more than a
week.
The breakthrough was announc announced
ed announced shortly fter Premier Chen
Cheng told the natien mat the
war in the Formosa Strait would
spread to the, China mainland if
the Communist blockade of I'm
Quemoy Islands was not endeJ
soon.
The Defense Ministry announce
ment said the Nationalist list es escorted
corted escorted by Nationalist and United
States warships, unloaded its en entire
tire entire cargo on big Quemoy in a
record 20 minutes under heavy
Red artillery fire.
Three hours later, even Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist C-47s, escorted ay U S
and Nationalist fighter planes, pa
rachuted supplies onto little Que
moy, two miles from Big Que
moy. v
Foreign and Chinese newsmen
were barred from 'tnesin the
operation under yesterday's order
ousting them from the area for
reasons of "military security."
On France
Field Project
Opened At Balboa
Bids were opened for the re re-nlacement
nlacement re-nlacement of the underground
electrical distribution system at
France Field yesterday at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights by Xt. Col. Robert
D. Brown, Jr.. engineering and
construction director.
W. A. Rogers submitted an
apparent low bid of $19.M6.25
for this work with a close bid of
S20.558 from. L. R. Sommer. Bll
don. Inc. bid $23,673 and Elec
trlcal Service entered a bid of
$29,476.
Work included the removal of
the existing transformer and
the construction of a new one;
installing 19 service panel
boards and 19 watt-hour meter
sockets; and other related work.
Judge Loren Hillsinger. president
of ihe Canal Zone cancer commit committee.
tee. committee. Accepted unanimously by
Judge Guthrie Crowe's admis admissions
sions admissions commitee, it was processed
through the budget and allocations
committee for final board action
yes erday afternoon.
In recommending board ap approval,
proval, approval, both the admlMieni and
budget commit mphatiied
that they recognized that the
cancer committee'' application
cam after the ether (fancies

No Fires, False Alarms,
Retiring Fire Chief Says

Imagine a Fire Chief without
a fire!
And yet, that Is exactly what
Canal Zone Fire Chief William
Casswell would like tomorrow as
a going-away present. No fires,
he says, not even a false alarm.
in the first place, he has
fought all the fires-he wants to,
during the past 34 years as a
fireman In the Canal Zone and,
in the second place, he says:
'When we don't have fires,
that shows that we are doing
one of our most important jobs
preventing fires."
Casswell leaves the Isthmus
Sept. 27 on the Panama Line's
Ancon and will settle somewhere
on Long Island, not far from
New York city. He says he has
no intention of joining up with
any firefighters, not even with
a volunteer fire company, but
his friends have their doubts.
After 34 years in the fire-fight
ing business they think It will
be hard for him to stay put
when fire sirens blow. Further Furthermore,
more, Furthermore, he attended the Ne York
City Fire college In 1939 and
consequently is familiar with
fireflghting techniques in that
area.
He refuses to take a roman- :
tic view of his business. It is
"hot hard work," he says, "ex "except
cept "except on those occasions when
someone's pot of beans bolls
over and sets an oven afire."
In April, 1940, he and his. men
from the Cristobal fite district
pitched in to help the Colon
firemen when flames swept 2t
of the city's blbcfe, leaving
thousands homeless. He has al also
so also been involved professionally
in other great fires of the past
three decades.
In general, he says, the most
difficult and dangerous fires
with which canal Zone fire firefighters
fighters firefighters have to deal are fires
aboard ships. Some, he says, are
"mere drudgery," others have
considerable excitement and an
element of danger.
He, Is, he says, "one of the
fortunate ones who has never
had a disabling Injury," and he
is also proud that no member of
his command has ever been fa fatally
tally fatally or seriously injured even
while fighting fires which could
have been disastrous.
Born in Chicago, he came to
the Canal Zone as a staff ser-
to se Decorated j. Ed Edward
ward Edward Healy, until recently vice
president and general manag manager
er manager of the Chase Manhattan
Bank, will be decorated this
afternoon by President Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto de la Guardla Jr. with the
Dr. Carlos A. Mendoza Gold
Medal. The brief ceremony,
which will be attended by
members of several clvfe or organizations,
ganizations, organizations, the Mend osa
family and the Junta Civica
of Santa Ana, which selected
Healy for the decoration, will
take place at 5:45 p.m. in the
latter' home. The decoration
is being awarded to Healy in
recognition of his contribu contributions
tions contributions and aid, especially dur during
ing during emergencies, to the econ economy
omy economy of Panama through his
position with the bank.
had been selected and the goal
announced, but that getting the
cancer committee into the cam campaign
paign campaign was something the United
Fund hat been working toward
sine its inception an event eventual
ual eventual one-time, all agency drive in
he Canal Zone.
Pfjft board of trustees recogniz recognized
ed recognized this in its vote, and Paul M.
Runnestrand, UF executive direct
cr, voiced the opinion that al although
though although the fund still did not have
all agencies in it, the admission

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WILLIAM CASSWELL
geant in the 25th Bombard Bombardment
ment Bombardment Group at France Field. He
joined the Canal zone Fire Di Division
vision Division In 1924. His, first' assign assignment
ment assignment was at Gatun. After sev several
eral several months he was transferred
td the Cristobal Central fire
station where he served contln-i
uously until 1936.
His promotions to the rank
of sergeant and to the rank Of
lieutenant came within a two
month period. As a lieutenant,
he was transferred to the
m(Wlyayened town of Gam-
boa warn .ha frrtd wt
gust 1938. when
f erred back to Cristobal. TK
only other breaks In his Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side duty Were the occa occasions
sions occasions when he relieved the
chief of the Fire Division.
WM 1948 he was promoted to
his captaincy and made district
commander at Cristobal. In 1956
he was promoted to district
chief of the Cristobal Fire Dis District
trict District and last July, when the fire
districts were consolidated Into
a division, was promoted to chief
of the division.
He Is well known in amateur
radio circles and has been ac
tive in community ajf fairs
throughout his life here. Cass
well headed Cristobal Sea Scout
ship 6 for six years and has
served for many years as a Red
Cross first aid instructor. He Is
the last of the Panama Canal
"racht Club's charter members
till on the Isthmus. The club's
irst meeting, he. recalls, was
hem in nis apartment In 1928,
Birnbaum, Utile,
TiIv t Too
Men Of Police Assn
Elmer W. Birnbaum. Charles N.
Little an-! George Tullv will b
the top figures in the Canal Zone
l.'olice Association during the com coming
ing coming year.
Birmbaum, Vho is assigned to
Balboa District, has been chosen
president of the Zone w'Hp gnw
of law enforcement officers. He
will be assisted, by M. L. LeVse
as recorder.
Little was chosen as chairman
of the Balboa chapter, and Tully
elected to the same post with the
Cr'sfobal chapter.
Tully will have the cooperation
of Henry C. De Raps as vice vice-chairman,
chairman, vice-chairman, and Richard A. Edmon
son as secretary -treasurer.
Vice-chairman of the Balboa
chanter is W. G. Hoelzle, with J.
P. McDowell as secretary Ireasur
er, W. Adams sergeant-at arms and
A. I. Hermanny as trustee.
Senior delegate to the ?rotm
from Balboa is D. S. Heilman
serving with dele" ales f!. L. Coi
per. W. Adams, C. Hall and M.
B. Hicks
The delegate from Gamboa pen penitentiary
itentiary penitentiary is K. Glass, and the
Gamboa cal! station is represent
ed by R. Mills.
of the cancer comittee movad the
United Fund closer to 'he ultimate
single drive that he believed the
public wanted.
Action on two others matters
was voted on by the tirus'ees dur
ing their meeting in the board
room of the Administration Build Building
ing Building at Balboa Heights.
One was approval of a motion
to change the opening dale of the
campaign to Oct. 13 instead
Oct. 10 and the other was approv

Congressm

Capacity Business
In 12 To 15 Years

O
WASHINGTON, Sept. 16 (UPI)-Chairman Herbert
Bonner (D-N.C.) of the House Merrhnnt Mr.

tee predicted that the Panama Canal will reach the satu saturation
ration saturation point within the next 12 or 15 years.

ne saia a trained technical staff is currently study studying
ing studying proposed alternatives for new means of traffic be between
tween between the Atlantic and Pacific.
Bonner's remarks were contained in a yearAnd re,
port on the work of his committee during the session of
Congress just concluded.
The report was printed in the Congressional Record'
today.

"Present calculations Indicate
the Canal is reaching a proba probable
ble probable saturation point within the
next 12 to 15 years," he said.
J'in view of the time required
ttppcate, plan and construct
improvements on the existing
Canal or additional trans-Isthmian
facilities, the committee
recruited a special technical
MUt' to serve as a board of con
sultants to evaluate existlne da
ta to determine the ptny.il
mi means for transit be
tween theAtlantic apf Pacific
oceans in the region If Central
America. iWW?'wm''
"The board's work" commenc
ed at the end df i57 and is ex
pected to continue throughout
the greater part of noxt year.
"As a part of the continuing
effort to keep the Canal a a-breast
breast a-breast of traffic and ship size
requirements, the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company has initiated a
program of short-range im improvements
provements improvements involving widening
and deer ping parts of the
Canal and installation of
lighting to permit night Oper Operation.
ation. Operation.
"It is anticipated that definite
recommendations will be forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming concerning future devel development
opment development of trans Isthmian
transit facilities:"
local 900 To Hold
Special Mating
Thursday Night
A spokesman for 'Local 901? Am American
erican American Federation of. Stale, Counly
and Municipal Employes, ArL
CIO, announced today t n a t a
special meeting is scheduled to be
held Thursday night at 7:30 in the
Santa Cruz Service Center for all
non-US citizen employes of the
Panama Canal and their families
of the Gamboa area.
G. W. Welsh, chMs of etnnloy-
ment and utilization division now
ac.ing personnel director of ihe
Canal Co. and J. H. Terry, chief
of the record branch, will be in
attendance to explain he eenetal
principles of the U.S. Civil Service
retirement system. The provisions
of this system wiU be extended
to non U.S. citizen employes, ef
fective Oct. 5.
The spokesman added that at
previous meetings in Paraiso,
Rainbow City and Ancon, Canal
Zone, where officials of the Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Bureau' and Andrew E.
Ruddock, chief of retirement div division
ision division of the UD Civil Service Com Commission
mission Commission participated, nearlv 150b
workers and their provisions of
the plan.
. All workers of Gamboa, their
relatives and friends are heiny
strongly urged to attend the mee
ing. A similar meeting is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to be held a "union headquart headquarters
ers headquarters in Ancon on Frhiay, Sept. 2d.
al of a resolutiia authorizing the
president, vice president and
comp'roller to approve and sign
checks for administrative, camp campaign
aign campaign and promotion expenses.
The mo'ion to change the
opening date, submitted by camp
aign chairman, Phillip L. Steers,
Jr., was based on tying the camp campaign
aign campaign kick off to a United Fund en entertainment
tertainment entertainment program that will be
presented by CFN-TV on that
data.

v
THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
A NEW CONTRABAND Vigi Vigilance
lance Vigilance Department was formed
yesterday by th Finance Minis Ministry
try Ministry with the appointment of
Luis R. Francesehi and a atoll atoll-of
of atoll-of five ''trpusv
Franceschi and his staff will
work under the supervision of
the customs Department.
A mornine tabloid rnnnrt
today that the present La Res
tinga Hotel at Taboga island island-will
will island-will be almost completely de demolished
molished demolished to make room for a
new luxury hotel which will be
built as a tourist attraction.
The report also speculated
that the decision to demolish
La Restinga might cause con considerable
siderable considerable protsst among mlddlo
class Isthmians because it will
leave them without a place to
lodge at reasonable prices when
they visit the Island. 4
Trie newspaper suggested" thait
it wquM be better to build the
new hotel at the site or the old
Aspinwall Hotel and continue to
operate La Restinga the way it
Is being done at present. 'ffi
President de la Guardla vem-
tcrday was quoted by leaders of
the opposition National Liberal
Party as saying that he did not
approve of statements allegedly
made by four of his cabinet
ministers during a visit to Chlr Chlr-iqul
iqul Chlr-iqul last weekend that govern government
ment government employes should support
the government or face dismis dismissal.
sal. dismissal. The liberals, who visited tha
President yesterday afternoon,
also said Mr. de 1a nuarrtin hna
assured them of fair elections
1900.
Navy's Vanguard
Refuses To Ascend
In Test Today
CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla.. Sept.
UL6 (UPI) The Navy tried to
launch its temperamental van
guard missile with a satellite in
its nose today but it failed to
leave the ground.
The Vanguard Was not damag
ed and another try apparent!
was o be made later in the day.
The Navy counted to zero oaf
the slender missile and the Van
guard belched flames for a few
seconds. But it never left tha
ground.
The Navy Immediately pushed
the count back to 35 minutes witii
a 5-minufe "hold." The earliest
the Vanguard, bearing a weather
reconnaissance satellite, could b
launched would be at 12:10 p.m.
There was no explanation m tit
fizzlg.

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THE MAIL BOX

Gotten

Hadas

y VICTOR RIESEL
All is not Goldfine that slitters

in the Democratic campaign ma
chinery in Maine. Bernard Gold
fine lost few votes lor anybody

up where the rock are strewn.
Fact is the people there are fond
of him for saving thousands of

textile jobs. What did glitter in

the Democratic drive was a high
ly-polished, pile-driving labor
vote getting machine, operating ic
high gear from the ship buiicnnes
yards, the paper mills and the
big textile factory towns.
Without that labor campaign
the model for similar drives dur during
ing during the next two months right a
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- ,.u- ..n.Minsnt 'truss uie iuu ine isemocrais
tv r,T.-oro fhut svon th T? nH m a n Navv Exchange management , n At.,

has finally convinced iU saleswomen that the customer is always (1g Majne goej ,.
right. At any rate, since the loud complaints several Jl Republican experts were anw
about tne supercUious attitudes of ths Exchange clerks, things naveedj for e!,ampie learn ms
chatted JXl h hard hit in the Maine shipbuilding
"a! leat to this customer, it seems that the clerks are really ;center rf Bath Tne G0P wai Df)t
making a sincere effort to be helpful. Instead of sullenly eyeing an. even m fte b,u g,me u
invoice chit or chatting with a fellow clerk for five minutes, tney came ai m surprise, however, to

now have graduated to pleasant smiles lor tne wnonitn.
Now if some of the bitter Navy wtos wouM shake the ctop,
- u.i. ,hM.K tho Panamanian employes might feel that tbeir

pleasantness Was worm me euuo.

SMILING SALESWOMEN

Sir:

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SLAVEMASTERS

Ihame on the American housewife in Panama, who has very
..rK Cartten the technique of scrub brush and ironing board!
Ut her lZ her maid 5 maids) and enjoy the respite from Wife-
1 ly whryk do so miy of these rictlideAme
women become transformed into slavemasters the day me m-Paw
Zthe eM walks in the back door? Put two American women toge toge-th
th toge-th .nd within half a minute the conversation revolves around,
tneir maidoubles Not one in 50 will be able to afford household
he!? to the States, but that does not keep them from' pretending to
be the h.gh and mighty employer here y IsU-hs that

it would be well lor me nnicmau ----

1 glrtS wno wnrK a ZmZT. nnlv

WJ-S 2Wa for less! They

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most of the local girls who worK as mains ww

-i 11. Knnn framofl TO II VP CUIIlUUbOlCU Utuiivui wa

. V andwimdy-; W prepWe
; Southern fried chicken. So why expect it of them ?

Sir:

T.V. DETERIORATION

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nrograms have evidently been boycotted by the local and only TV

; 'Ut The riiowing of two proer.m, that are miU,r '"S,
schcsduling. For instance, The Thm Man flowed immediately by
,1. 'r?". u.i-. H.t.ntivA stores in sequence it is the same

Annappli? whicn is usuauy iujiuwto jayy
'i opnripmv nrooaeanda film.

Montr ,,f fhp neonlp of the Canal Zone and Ps

5w!.-p neariomy pronaganda film
IF. T .. .. U nannln nf tha Pal

i -rPitinw that thev ever invested sizeable sdjms in TV sets,
SB order to reton TV to its former satisfactory Programming

It is simcsted that the error oi puwing auBy " jr
f the matter be corrected by providing a prompt and speedy re replacement.
placement. replacement. Give the present incumbent back his Jan110"'

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are slncere-

those who were watching the ope

rations of the Iui riai Union of

Marine and Shipbuilding Workers,
whose national preside t, John

Grogan, doubles as democratic
Mayor of Hoboken, N. J.
Early in the Mains campaign,
Grogan want up ts Bath ts vis,'!
with soma of his 2,200 followers,
in ths yards thero. When ha left,
the Maine shipyard worker had
oh their kitchen tables Cregsp's
family-tofamily contact tech technique.
nique. technique. Grogan hsd been using it
successfully in New Jerssy lints
1943. Hs's been Hoboken's Mayor
since 1953.
This stratagem has the union
giving each member a stamped
envelope containing a blank snaei
of paper. A letter is written and
addressed to some member ol tie
family living elsewhere in the vot voting
ing voting area. This note is intended to
start a chain reaction. Those re
ceiving the letter, wiii its pniiticl
message, are called on to write
to still other members of their fa
mily sisters-in law, uncles or cou
sins, etc.
Grogan tells me that lie believes
that the 2,200 Bath shipyard work
ers reached a bloc of more than

10,000 voters with this manuever

alone in that one district.
In Maine, such communication

is doubly important. The voters

live from 25 to 50 miles apart

They must be reached by mail
first and then by phone calls to
remind them that Election Dy is
near. Last Monday, polling day.
the Bath shipyard local had over
40 workers in and around the cilv

getting out the votes. A car pool

of 20 autos drove sppedily ito
the hinterland, in relays, bringing
voters to the polls and then back

home. mM:'Jf

PANAMA'S MILK

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Let's hope the State Department won't high-pressure the
dSmtiSr orthe Cahal 2one Into bucking on the milk WsHe
abd putting us at .the mercy of Panama dairymen.
What Panamanians themselves feel abbut the reliability of
their milk supply is clear when there is a young baby in tne
home. Many know they have to boilthe rnllk to be safe
Until about a year ago, makers of powdered mult in Pan Panama
ama Panama were trying to freeze out all imports. During that time,
many city families with young children would go to far lenjrtns
to get milk of an imported brand sold in the Zone. Why? Be Because
cause Because they had confidence in it.
Since then, the embargo on powdered milk imports in Pan Panama
ama Panama has been lifted. Imported milk costs more, but at least
ydu can buy it.
it Panama has several good clean dairies. But it. will take a
tetaeral attitude toward sanitation which does not exist today
before the milk standard can be counted on to be up to Zone
stanfards 365 days in every year.
Even with the best of will on the part of the good dairy dairymen,
men, dairymen, the repeated civil disorders fomented in Panama, can at
anv moment create a shortage (bridges to the Interior destroy destroyed)
ed) destroyed) or other conditions under which sanitary milk won't flow
As I pet It, the discretion in this matter, as shf""i hv tVt
transcript, lies with the United States. Let's hope soVbbdy will
have the firmness to say: No, the time isn't rin- 1
Milk Drinker.
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Similar techniques brought eut
ths votes of the paper mill work workers
ers workers in and around Romford
RoBublican political fortress un
til the other day. But the biggest
campaign machine of all was
directed by two regional chiefs
of William Pollock's Textile
Workers inpn WmmmW'
coordinated the sctivities of A
FL-CIO unions with some 30,000
members.

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MANILA, P.I. -Although there
is little love Mot beiw.e., tnem

iJhiiipuiiie President Csrlos Gar

cia added his voice last wee to
Chiang Kai-shek's appeal for A
merican intervention ,n case tne
Chinese Communists try to seize
Quemoy or Matsu.

Any other count. Gsrua warn-!

ea in aa. interview wim mis cui.

umn, would be a severe blow to

our Assian allies who have suuv.
their necks out a girafie's length
to sifbport ''our Formosa polit.
He addeu that the Philippines are
ready to fight on ear siae i

snootmg should break out between

the United 'States and Red China

The Philippines a shoteun bUit

of 700 insiands splattered across

me south Pacific are connected
by a short fuse to two powder
kegs.
To the north, the Formosan cri
sis is about to explode less than
an hour away by jet bomber
To the south, Indonesia is rack racked
ed racked by civil war which rages at
some points within mHorboat dis
tancp of Philippine' territory.
Garcia's aim is to discourage
the spread, of Communism in aj
ther-ar-a. Despite bitter hassles
with Chiang, o$er Chinese refu

gee neiuier Country wants, and

aisputen isianfs both countnei
want.w Garcia declared his firm
support of the Formost regime.
, WON'T REVERSE POLICY
He explained that our Far East
em friends had followed Ameri
can policy to th- point of no re

turn, Even if the United Stales
should unexpectedly r-.coani7 R.rl

China, Garcia said, "the Philip S15 "wted
nine wnnM Mnt mu ... 1-2 uiai 'ugsesien

He squirmed in his chair and
smiled aoelogeticaUy at the men
tioo of American' aid, but ack acknowledged
nowledged acknowledged that he could ae
more. He suggested that the Unit
ed States, which invests heavily
in troublesome countries, some sometimes
times sometimes took her friends for grant

ed.

But he added with a arin. that

no one', could be elected presidwt
of the Philippines who was sati-

American.
kNote. Chainsmoking, chess chess-playing
playing chess-playing President' Garcia is equal equally
ly equally at home fighting with guerri guerrillas
llas guerrillas against the Japanese or writ writing
ing writing romantic poetry in his native

visayan aiaiect. He also goes
without eating for two weeks
each year during Lent.

SECRET SHANGRI-LA
Unknown to American authori authorities,
ties, authorities, four World War II deserters
are happily rearing famines on
an uncharted tropical isle in the
Philippines. A hi eh official Mn.

firmed to this column that a Phi Philippine
lippine Philippine patrol boat one stumbled
upon their secret Shangri ia and

ranioea lor instructions.

Apparently the four GI's had

aecjared their own armistice a t t-er
er t-er being reported missies in

tion. They had married FiMoind

K"15, no naa settled down on an

uiuii'iiium isisina wnere. as pf

as tne pjillinpine Government is

concernea. tney can live happi happily
ly happily ever after.

wno ar- they? Wher, is their

island? The Philippine official

woumn t say.
limt . ...

inev are oomg no narm," "e

said with a toss of his shoulders

MAN ABOUT TOWN

The Rita Hay worth-James Hill

marriage crash rumors (noted by

columnists on both coasts) have

msiders wondering wny editor

snub the story. .Their friends
fesr the Tony Bennetts sra Ciose
to Splitsburg. .Internationals ere

buzzing about Spanish bullfight:?

Lauz Dominquin and Princess So

raya 4ngrid's daughter Pia
reconciled with Anthony Belagna Belagna-ci,
ci, Belagna-ci, Italo lawyer. .The Ben Gaz-zara-Laurie
Scott romance has a a-gonized
gonized a-gonized a very staid character in

the mchine tool business. .Big
Romance spotted at Gian Mari
no's: Soviet Ambassador Menshi Menshi-kov's
kov's Menshi-kov's daughter (17) and the son

of the Austrian U. N. delegate.

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$26,000. That's all the insurance
Mike owned. .Life's eus .ut.
oul'ly sick over that "tempera "temperamental"
mental" "temperamental" say about Sinatra in a
recent Time They suspect the
blast was why the sta: reiuseu
to okay a terrific article for Lite
which he auth'd. ."Handful o.

Fire" by N. Richard Nash (due

at the Beck Theater Oct. is .:s

such not subject matter (i.irch
ana sex) tne parents of a ':miu
m it chucked the job.

July Holiday's bells are now

being rung by Aian Pakula. .El

Morocco reopens WeHze eve, a

sell-out. .Tommy Manville's VI
jer old blonde izzi". niece, he
Set A society coiyum had to

r .Mrt rSrto Btat Lancar'and fflj BJJ V

his partner Harold Hecht to the

same party .Joan Craw ord's

daughter Christina and George

Marcy, one of tha "West Side Stu

ry" principals, are beaming. .

.to;Cita InsiaeHr wonder if
the d. a. will chat with Edw C:

Robinson and Vincent Price about

tneir draw" on "164,000 Challenge."

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For two weeks prior to the e!ec

tion, they put some 126.000 pieces

of literature into the homes of

Maine s voters just sbout one for
pvarv tinmp

Their boys used their feet and
glued themselves to chairs, too.
long enough to ring ov,tr 20 oo.
door bells and some 48,000 phones.
They made certain that everybody
now out of the state got absentee
ballots. On Election Day they hit

the streets and highways by the

thousands There is a record oi

car dispatched to bring in just

one sick voter and then get him

back safely to bed. In one textile

district the unions had 40 cars in

one pool driving in the voters
They bought radio spot r?
nouncements written by profes

sional advertising men. They rui

on a last minute state-wide J v

broadcast. President Eisenhowrr'i

veto of the area redevelopment

aid bill broke into th ne" s the

Saturday before Election Day.
Sunday they were On tha air
denouncing the President and
attacking the incumbent sens
Payne. Monday was election Da-
All day the loud speaker truck
owned or rented by the unions
blared out their political mes
sags. It worked.

In one texti'e workers' residen

tial ares, the First Precinct, Ward

Sox of District Two, th.e De'io
cratic candidate for the Senate

Gov. Muskie, skied in by a msr

n of 840 to incumbent Sen. Paunt

The Washington Ticker: White
Housers ar. confident Nelson Roc Rockefeller
kefeller Rockefeller will win .New Yotfc's Gov Governor
ernor Governor throne "by a landslide."

And will be serious presidential

timber next time at bat. The Der
mos, however, are laying ?-t0-that
their team wins in N.Y. .
The court-appointed monitors ef
the Teamsters Union will aift a
Federal judge (this week) to or order
der order Hofta to abolish hi own

husecleamng committee, headed

u.v lurniei aen. rsenuer. . ne

Senate Rackets probers have two

new witnesses on Hoffa who will
testify before the committee re

cesses. .Representatives of the

Senate Internal Security Comm.

have protested to the State Dept
over allowing our Ambassador to

Poland; to hndle delicate nego':a

PLAYING FOOTSIE Right at home in the Never-Never Land
of Hollywood, Brian, the 21 -inch-tall king of the Leprechauns
ducks between s pair of normal-sized legs'. Brian is actually
normal-sized actor Jimmy O'Dea in some .trick photography
during the filming of Walt Disney's "Darby O'Gill and the Little
People," a comedy-fantasy about Ireland's leprechauns.

For the Best
in news and entertainment
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. In other areas the Democratic

candidates ran 10 to one against

the Republicans. These were n

the industrial areas. In the Third

District, mostly ferns, the lab
leaders did not campaign much

and the GOr mad" it.
It takes organization, money and
manpower on the streets, on the

phones, and on the airwaves to

win elections tnese nays.

alienated his wife's affections. The
lawyers are Fierson anu ivoeni.
.t-nyilis Newman (Judy's under understudy
study understudy in "Bejs") anu song pun
Jisher Freddy Parker don't need
any witch uoctor. .Polo plaver
David Ellis can't decide which of

me seitz Twins (Tani or Dran
he loves most. Solves thines bv

taking both when he plays i

match out o; town. ..Even though
Who Was That Lady?" looked

like a hit and ran six months.

the backers prob'ly won't pet
back a dime. Not even from the
movie money.

Jisher got hep. .For th, fust

time in her life Rcberta huer huer-wood's
wood's huer-wood's name is in Broadvuv

lights. At the Latin Qurter whre

tney love bar. .- .rfroadway thea theaters
ters theaters will, have 5 Oriental shows
by Spring. "Flower Drum Sun sr. K
"The World of Suzi, Wong "R

shomon," "The Sea 's Boiling

Hot" and 'Cry for Happy. .
Vivian Blaine, tn; "sy Darling'
darlj and Gene Bu:k, jr. are mak making
ing making all those colli mnpitems look
troo. .Morton Downey cautons

H'wood friends: "There is no
Morton Downey, Jr." and (a
watch out for persons using nis
name on chex that bounce.

MGM had to delete Paul Now
man's line from "Cat on a Hot
Tin Roo"" about lovers who are
"hiiffSrs and puffers". . .That
film opened in 30 cities and gross
ed bigger bte than "Raintree
Country" and other Metro hits
. .Joan Tabor's fling-a-ding dinf
with "Wagon Train" star Bob

Horton has Nina Foch hotter than

Bernard Goldfine's collar . .Joe
Coppola and her TV cplyum fai fai-ed
ed fai-ed quietly while you were away
She reviewed a program thai

didn't appera, bur the district m

tions with Red China. They cin, torney prob'ly wouMn't probe that

. .We hear Gov. Harnman's
choice for the successor to dis district
trict district attorney Hogan is Chief Ma

gistrate Muriagh, .The Win
cheil File" series by Desilu re resumes
sumes resumes this week. In New Yori Ci
ly via Channel 5 Wed. Eves 2 at
10:30.

his secret testimony be'ore them
last year shows a lack of under

standing of Communist methods

Critic George Jean Nathan's wi

dow (former actress Julie Hsy
don) will appear in Surrogate's

Court. .To break his will. .She
is chief beneficiary She houes

to get tha principal now, instead

of lust the interest, as he st nu

tated .This is the complete sto

ry: AH that Elizabeth Taylor
Todd ind Mike's son collected oh

Top scandal in Westchester Coun Country
try Country Club circles stars a proninnni
socialite, who compalined to Car Car-d'nal
d'nal Car-d'nal Soellman about a' rt

ehurchfoer. The husband allescs

Todfl f me insurance poucy was the latter (a knitting mill owner)

"Purple People Ester" which
chief'd the lists of "most popu popular"
lar" popular" ditties recently, isn't in the
first 100 songs listed by the cur

rent Bill board..,!. .Blonde 'heart

Lola Mason (once Joe Di Me

gio's favorite friend) and Sammy

naye vocalist Barry Frank are a
nightly coo-some at the Embers.
LaYern Baker, a top rockmoll

star, was belted by Uncle Sam

for $15,000 in undeclared taxes
last year, .Johnny Ray's man

ager Bcrnie Lang and Gloria Ba Baron
ron Baron merge around Thanksiving

Day. .It's a son for the iovc!l

Ellises at Glen Gove hosp. Pop's

f.lmed of Cinerama. Mom s Ju

:a Jane, ex-model. .Blue star

Dinah Washington's latest fella it

deejay Bill Dupree. Gave mm

diamond studded cravat .Jack

Carter and "Miss France are
on fire.

, a.
Ted Kennedy, youngest brother

Of the U. S. Senator, will "I IV'

it wrth Bronxville (N. Y.) beau

ty Joan Bennett. Arid Don't In
vites: Jonathan Winters, come

riian. and Chas Wacker. Chic.iRo

realty heir. .Or Comics Jafk

E. Ltonsrd and Henny Yonngmsm.
Tempus Sure Do Puglt Dept:
Actress Margaret O'nrien dal"?

Harold Lloyd, Jr .Wall Street-

r Jack Adler and the former

Miss Rhingold (Nancy Wodrurf)

exnect thcr lmsiee any sont sec

ond. .Jerry Lewis writer Har

ry Crape and H'wood lovely Lil
lian Sherlock unite at the Hotel
Sands (Vegas) oi? the 13th. .
Madison Ave. ad agency people
nd network execs ate convinced

the two central characters of

"The Hot Half Hon hook ata
the landlords at Revlori.
RKO Theaters is readying e
surprising flash concerning a tr
official whose contract will no!
he shewed. .S6nhit
Mack Gordon's new love-lyric in-

pines would continue to recognize

mc guvcrnmeni inrormosa.
The leader;1 o. aft.ooo 000 FiUm
nos also expressed grav, concern
over the Indonesian wnflict mi

ig in ms dbck yard. He recalled
a private conversation with f"-'o

neain president Sukarno whom
he quoted as sayine : "i woul-1

accept Communism for Indonesia
if it were the w'U of the oeoo!,"

in aucn an event. Garcia com
mented. "We would hav

a careful review of our relations
with Indonesia.
He claimed that the government
had compietv .crushed the Com
munist inspired Huk movement in
the Phihpnmes. xcept for a f -w
fanatics still hiding out in the
jungle.

He acknowledged, however, that
Communist China mav till

landing infiltration teams in. the

cu, iiry. small navy was pa
trolling the islands, he said, for
submarines that reportedly had
landed Red agents.
SQUIRMS OVER AID

rontfrntic eonson-n-

cy. The orders to the natrol hnat.

he admitted, wera not to disturb

tneir pass.

"SPOOKS" SWITCH SIDES
It Isn't supposed to be men-

tioned, but Unr-!e Ram caused con consternation
sternation consternation in the Philippines when
he suddenly switched sides in

mid-revolution in near hv Tndnnn-

sia.

American "spooks," as our In Intelligence
telligence Intelligence aents ure playfully call called
ed called in the Tar East, were advis advising
ing advising the Indonesian rebels. Ameri
can arms -were also parachuted
to the rebels bv Australian and
Chinese Nationalist planes.
Then, out of the blue. Washing Washington
ton Washington washed its hands of the revS revS-lution
lution revS-lution and began shinning arms

to th Indonesian Government.

This caused considerable scurry

ing among our Asian friends to

get on the same side of the fence
without ripping their pants on the
way over.

bout discussing the subject that

the first place by threatening te

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Bedsprings 15.00 Metal Desk 30.00. 4 Pc. Bamboo
Livingroom 79.00. Complete Hollywood Beds 13.00.
5 Pc. Mahogany Dining-room 30.00. Matlresses
(Double) 10.00, (Single) 8.00 4 Pc. Wrought Iron
Livingroom (Slightly Used) 175,00. Chairs Z. 50.
PIUows 1.50. Cash or Credit. We Deliver. HOUSE-

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Tefa. M. -lH9: We Pat Cnh
for Yon- Furniture. Call for
Free Appraisal.

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ws uovimisiy tmnermost in Mi

mina. jus country economic

neeos. told o his e forte in

sirengmer. the Philippihe economy
hv bririn" in hsin ind"Vry But

me capuai investment, he e-im

niainei, was draining his dollar

reserves. --.,
soiration is Jov Hughes. v.i

Irving manager of Vivian Blaine
"nrl oOW ton-notPhars will nniit

Norma Douglas ("The Dynamic

mis n ) to th Show-biz fiei?hs
. .Angel ParkhUrst. the'Eaathamn.

ton ddb. i the Bis Q. in Robert

W- Lewis' me, Josh Logan drow drowned
ned drowned the rne scene from "Worlrf

rf Suxie Wong" It would have

janet me ent re in Boston
. .Mrs. Wolcott Gibbs was up upstairs.
stairs. upstairs. Charles Adams, who? car
toons ara usually connected -with
macabre things, dropped in and
found him .Did actor Barry
Sullivan and Git H1J secreLv
wed shortly af his divorce?
They've ben t- to a lawyer
about ending their- "personal fct
uation". .What would that he?

withhold Marshall Plan aid from

the Netherlands until the, Indone Indone-sians
sians Indone-sians were granted their freedom.
OFF-THsT-CUPF

Chinese pirates, sailing eolofM

junks, still raid small ships and.
coastal villages' in the South Chi
n Sea. Their attacks have be

come such a nuisance that tha

Royal Navy and Air Force have

been ordered to defend Bri'Mi

North Borneo against pirate raids.
. .Teodoro Valencia, the Dr."v
Pearson of the Philippines, keeps
the government in an, uproar rle
noked his nose for news into Ma-,
laCanang, the Presidential p'ce.
while this column was interview interviewing
ing interviewing President Garci. The Presi President
dent President greeted him with mock a a-'arm.
'arm. a-'arm. "He heats me over ihe
head every day," Garcia expliin.
ed. .Manila has less crime tftjen
any port city in Asia, thanks to
the rr-cv noli'e w" of FBI FBI-trained
trained FBI-trained Col. Juan Teneria. He
worked his way un through 1h
oolice force to become its first
career chief.'

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1 Covering for
tht head
4 Turkish bead
covering
7 Shaped
eevaring for
the head
IV Operatic sole
H Fruit drink
12 Reman poet
14 Hardens,
as cement
15 Afternoon
social event
16 Rowing
implements
17 Chemist's
implement
IS Large spoons

21 Earner (ab.)

57 Threefold
(comb, form)
58 Diminutive
of Theodore
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Indian
2 River islets
3 Gluers
4 Destinies
4 City in The
Netherlands
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41 Perfume

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nickname
51 Observe

11 Pillar
20 Requests
23 Sorrowful

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head and neck 24 Small

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10 Cleopatra's 26 Approach secretion

make 29 Number (pi.) 47 ury

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26 Sea bird (ab.) 35 Traveler

27 Interest (ab.)
30 Camera's eye
31 Wdrm
32 River in
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4 Steamer (ab.)
36 Collate official
IT Female Hint
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38 Card game
39 Toothed
wheels
40 French, coin
41 Collection of
saying
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S Marvin Poster, platoon leader;. MSgt. David Wackerhagen

Lt Harry Lascola, company
leader; and Capt. Chester Van

Death Toll In Train Plunge
Into Newark Bay Now At 20
BAYONNE N J., Sept. 16 (UPD A huge; floating crane worked through the night to
recover three Jersey Central Railroad passenger carp that, with two engines, plunged through
an onen drawbridge into 50 leet bt water' in Newark Bay,
Twenty bodies had been recovered by early today and the death toil threatened to rise as
hieh as 46 At least 40 persons were injured. The bodies recovered included seven picked up
shortiv after the tragedy and 13 found in a nasenger car raised by the crane at 12:10 a.m.
The Hudson County medical examiner meanwhile scheduled an autopsy on the body of
Engineer Lloyd F. Wilburn, 63. to determine whether he may have had a heart attack at the
throttle.''. ....

One of the bodies brought up in
the second car was tentatively i i-dtn.ified
dtn.ified i-dtn.ified as that, of John Hawkins,
Mayor of Shrewsbury,, NX Pohce
said he carried an unspecified a a-mount
mount a-mount of negotiable securities
which were recovered,
lor the New York Yankees. ,
Federal and State inquiries at attempted
tempted attempted to determine why, the
train rolled apparently unhesitat unhesitat-Ingly
Ingly unhesitat-Ingly through two Warning lights
and a finaLied light into its wate watery
ry watery tomb.
Because of the manner m which
the train -ran non stop off the
bridge, investigators were inclin inclined
ed inclined to spotlight the heart attack
theory as a possible cause.
After pasting the redlight the
train hit a derail switch which
tent it bumphlg along the ties be between
tween between the bridge's two sets of
tracks. EVen then the Wain did
not stop.
'Some witnesses have said they
believed they heard the train's
brakes screeching at the last min minute.
ute. minute.
. ;
The five-car commuter train car carried'
ried' carried' an estimated 100 passengers
when it went ofjf the bridge at
mid-morning yesterday. Among the
passengers were weekend vaca vacationers
tioners vacationers returning from the Jersey
shore and commuters bound for
New York five miles away across
the Hudson River)
An armada of rescue craft, of official
ficial official end private, swarmed into
"The eyaluatton edwsiiaaitt
the U.S.," was the theme of an
address delivered, Sunday dur during
ing during a luncheon held by the Club
Altamira, in the Washington room
of Hotel El Panama Hilton, by
John De Noia, Cultural Affairs Of Officer
ficer Officer of the U.S. Embassy.
in his informative discourse De
Mora key-noted, as a prerequisite
to understanding a people's hopes
and aspirations a study of its
schools, which form a vital part
of the process of development of
the country itself.
"Despite the fact that during
the nth and 18th centuries the i i-dea
dea i-dea persisted that it was the res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility of the individual rather
than the state to educate the chil children,
dren, children, schooling was associated te
such an extent with the clfurch,
being under its direction, that the
primary objective of the schools
el all levels then was to educate
the. children first as good Chris Christians
tians Christians and second as good citizens:
Meanwhile, the colleges were con concerned
cerned concerned with training a goodly mi ministry,"
nistry," ministry," De Noia said. J
The 47-yr-old head of the cultural
department of the U.S. Embassy
pointed out that the first Ameri American
can American secondary school was-the Bat Bat-ton
ton Bat-ton Public Latin School founded
in 1635. Designed to prepare boys ;
for Harvard, one was required te
(1) have the ability to read Cice-
ro or the equivalent, () the bih I
ty to write and read Latin both
verse and prose, and (3) the abili ability
ty ability to repeat correctlyt he decttfr
ions of nouns and vergs in Greek.
"The greatest single achieve achievement
ment achievement of American education in the
19th century was the acceptance

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the narrow, almost landlocked bay
to pull in survivors, who escaped
through broken doors and Windows
or were hurled into the bay from
the catapulting coaches.
Divers went down into the blood bloodstained,
stained, bloodstained, wreckage strewnwaters
with acetylene torches to bring up
the bodies bf dime' trapped in the
water below. ? '"''
A photographer at the scene suf suffered
fered suffered a heart attack and died.
The railroad "said the first of the
two passenger coaches was almost
empty and- that 30 to 40 persons
were aboard the; second. The third
coach which tetered m the brink
of the trestle bad been emptied
when it too plunged into the bay.
A total of 23 injured were treat treated
ed treated at Bayonne General Hospital
and Jersey City Medical Center.
There were two diesel locOmo
tives and five passenger coaches
in air "on the train. The two rear
coaches remained on the track.
The wreck occurred at 10:13
a.m. after the drawbridge had
been raised to permit passage of
an oil tanker. The railroad said
signals far down the track from
the bridge showed it was open.
The road also said there was an
automatic stop device to help the
train if it went through the sig signals.
nals. signals. A cloud of steam billowed into
the air after the twin diesel en engines
gines engines and the first two passenger
cars plummeted beneath the sur surface
face surface of the bay. The third passen passenger
ger passenger car fell about two hours later
during rescue operations but no
Hears Lecture
rs Officer
of the idea that the state should
be financially responsible for the
responsibility of the education of
its youth." ,
For 27 minutes De Noia, a gr ad
uate of the University of North
Carolina, where he received his
bachelor's and master's degrees
with a major m Romance lan
guages, went through the progress
of education over a 300-year oe
riod and the billions of collars be
ing spent today for it
De Noia, who was accompanied
by lus wife, the former Hilder-
gsrde Lobe!, concluded his dis
course congratulatine the mem
bers of Club Altamira for having
contributed to the educational wel welfare
fare welfare of many-needy students "and
expressed the hoped that through
ins (lepanmem, or otnerwis,e :
measure of assistance may be pos
sibl ein order to help the club's
wholartbm program. J'
Thd luncheon at the El Panama
Hilton ilkw e d attendance at
u.ni i..: i ; t y
uiauKSKivuiB service oy memners
of Club Altamira at St.. Christo Christopher's
pher's Christopher's Episcopal Church in Par Pardee
dee Pardee Lefevre, at which ths Rector,
the Rev. Father Clarence Hayes
poke on "Th God of Chriatini Chriatini-ty
ty Chriatini-ty versus the God of the World."
Sunday's activities were sirt
of a series planned in
commemoration of the sixth anni-
versary of the club, with the cele
oration
bein
mg Saturday
at the
Strangers CI
Iub in Colon.
Many local merchants have been
coniributing articles to -be distri distributed
buted distributed as prises st the dance, Me
for each of the six years of oper operation
ation operation on the group.

James E. McConnaughey, center,

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McMillan, platen leader; vMfet;-Calvin Price, acting platoon

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one was injured.
Survivors told of swimming a-
bout inside the sunken coaches
looking for escape routes. Some
made it out of doors and broken
windows. 0 hers drowned before
they could get out.
A dramatic story was told by
Rafael A. Leott, 5S," of Holmdel,
N.J., survivor who said he Saw
his wife drown in the watery trap.
"Suddenly we were under the
water," Leon said. "I was drown drowning
ing drowning and praying praying that I
would drown quickly.
"My wife was beneath me in
the water. n
"Then I saw a light and realiz
ed I was not completely lost. 1
tried to get hold of my wife. I had
one hand on something above me
in the water a seat or something.
I had the other hand on my wife.
"But there was a man on top of
her and he was already drowned.
I tried to get hold of her, but could
not get her up.
Leon said he lost touch with his
wife and finally escaped through
a window.
"I thought 'there is no use in
trying to find my wife. She is al
ready lost. If I go down there to
try to get her, it will just mean
that I will die too
Paul Land, 48, of Rumson, N.J.,
a partner in a Wall Stireet broker brokerage
age brokerage firm, said:
"The first thing I noticed was
the wheels came, off the track. We
went bumping along the ties for
about 1.200 feet. Suddenly there
was a severe jolt. I was pitched
forward. The next thing we were
in the water. I broke the window.
Then I swam out of. the window
and crawled up the side of the
car. ;
"I stayed there for a while and
then I saw a helicopter come a a-long
long a-long with a rope dangling from it.
I tied it around my wrist and the
helicopter towed me to a boat.
"You think that-your life would
flow past before ?oiir eyes. But
that wasn't the way it wat. I just
thought: this it it'H hi: 4 V
A temporary morgue was set up
10 nanaie me Doaies of victims in
the Bayonne city garage.
The wreck occurred about five
miles southwest of the tip of Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan across the Hudson River.
Newark Bay is a strip of water
about five miles Jong and a mile
wide bounded by the industrial
New Jersey cities of Newark, Eli Elizabeth,
zabeth, Elizabeth, Bayonne and Jersey City.
The train originated at Bay
Head, N.J., about 60 miles south
of New York, and was en route
across tne trestle to Jersey City
when it hit the water.
The drawbridge Sd raised "ver "vertically
tically "vertically 50 feet above the mile-long
wooden trestle to permit passage
of the oil tanker.
Edward McCarthy, who owns
the Elco Marina boating dock in
Bayonne, was at aockside when he
saw clouds of steam billowing
from the raised bridge.
He immediately nut out in a
small power boat and began smtt-
urng survivors nactt- to Shore.
Thomas Messina, a brewery
truck driver at the scene, said the
oil tanker, had passed through the
nmi. l lie
down its tail
ing aboard
said.
hes a
can
survivors,
Messina
Other small boats put out for
rescue work. They were joined by
oast Guard craft, tugs of the
Mmran Co., Which tows ocean lin-
York City flreboats and noflee do-
partmeat launches. Pontoon-equip

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WheatTfor-Premier
Proposal Nixed
By US In Lebanon
BEIRUT, Lebanon UPIQ -The
U. S. Embassy today rejected a
Lebanese government proposal to
use American donated wheat to
compensate Premier Sami es-Solh
for losses suffered during the re
volt.
Lebanese Minister of Planning
Joseph Chader informed the em
bassy bunday that the government
planned to give some of the wheat
to Solh for re-sale as compensa compensation
tion compensation for the loss of his $100,000
home. The house was burned by
reoeis last May.
Today the embassy replied
that while it sympathized with
Solh's loss, it could not" authorize
any such use of any part" of the
wheat. The United States donated
65,000 tons of wheat to Lebanon
last month as part of the program
to put the nation's economy back
on its feet.
The embassy said the suggestion
would be contrary to the aims and
the legal framework of the wheat
program and it therefore would
not release any wheat for such
purposes.
ped helicopters from Floyd Bennet
Field also rushed to the scene for
rescue and communications work.

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NEW YORK (UPI) Authorities
disciostd today thai Dr. Me vui
A. Nimer gasped out emergency
medical instructions to a police policeman
man policeman at he lay dying of stab
wounds in bis kitchen but made
"no positive indentification'' of the
killer who mortally slashed him
and his wife.
Nimer, 31. livtd for aboil' if)
minutes alter he was stabbed
twice early the morning of Sept.
2 in his Staten Island home. His
wife, Lou Jean, 31, lived for about
three hours.
Au horities have refused to di divulge
vulge divulge the details of any state statements
ments statements by the victims.
Their Sryear-old son Melvin Jr.,
has told authorities three times
that be stabbed his sleeping par
ents wih a-, kitchen knife, which
he then washed and returned to a
drawer. He.it undergoing psychia psychiatric
tric psychiatric tests at Bellevue Hospital,
but dqctors said it might be
months before they could deter
mine whether he actually
mitted the crimes.
com-'
Young Melvin is the
ciosea suspec m tne case
wimers were stabbed, while their
two smaller children were asleeo.
Mrs. Nimer managed to dial po police
lice police but Melvin had to finish 'he
call for her. He calmly told police
to Hurry anH then waited for hem.
. .When police arrived, Melvin
said his parents were stabbed
While trying to save him from a
masked man who was trying 'o
choke him.
Richmond County Dist. Atty
John Braisted said that after Nim
er was stabbed snri st?"erp-t
downstairs to the kitchen h ml.
laDed on the floor, where Dolicp
foi""' him.
"Ht suggested t0 the patrolman
first on the scene that he should
do something with his legs,"
Braisted said.
J'He made no oositive identifica identification
tion identification of the assailant in the case."
Braisted. reached at his home
said that "to my knowledge there
Nimer double murder."
St. Paul's Guilds
To Present Variety
Concert On Friday
A variety concert will be pre presented
sented presented by the Acolyte and Choir
Guilds of St. Paul's Church Fri Friday
day Friday night at the Jamaican So Society
ciety Society auditorium.
Among the artists to be fea
tured- are the Johnson Boys,
currently one of the leading
singing ensembles; b a r i tone
Eustace Brown; the up-and
coming Hurley brothers; the
Kelly and Ranny tan dancing
team, ballroom dancers Diana
and Frankle; elocutionists Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor Campbell and Marcela Bow-
en, and others.
Tickets can be obtained from
any member of these guilds.

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the Bellevue Hospital children's
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whether he could possibly have
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WASHINGTON (UPI) A top
Jus'ic" DeiartT-nt 'iF:,r
day accused Rober! F. Kennedy
counsel of the Senate Rackets
Committee, of "destructive and
mischievous" criticism of the de-
partment.

i Assistant Attorney General Mal Mal-,.
,. Mal-,. colm Anderson, in charge ol the
only "is-1 criminal Division, made Dublic a

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failed to prosecute perjury cases
turned up by the Senate investi
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Anderson said he understood
that Kennedy had "issued a re
fraction" of quoted remarks that
the committee had ceased 'o refer
cases to the department "because
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case."
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day, Friday, prior to your press confer
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ness witness in one of these cases and
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believe" that Kennedy's remarks
had been au'horized by the com committee,
mittee, committee, which is headed by Sen.
John L. McClellan (D-Ark.)
The Justice Department official
did not identify the two cases
scheduled for grand jury action.
Anderson told Kennedy:
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planned to sue the Soviet govern government
ment government for some $500,000 he be believed
lieved believed was due from the sale of
his father's detective stories and
other works of fiction in Russia
Sir Arthur was the creator of
Sherlock Holmes.
Adrian Conan Doyle, who acts
as trustee for his father's estate
said Prof. Harold J. Bern an of
the Harvard Law School would
leave Boston for Moscow Satur Saturday
day Saturday to present the claim to 'he
Moscow City Court. He said a So
viet lawyer had agreed to file the
complain' whicr was forwarded
o Moscow last July.
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ing houses and the U.S.S.R. min
istry of culture "for restitution .vf
a reasonable proportion Of the
millions of rubles which 'hey
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CELEBRATION OF GKITO DE DOLORES
IS OCCASION POR RECEPTION
The celebration of Grito de Dolores, marking the im impendence
pendence impendence of Mexico, was the occasion for a reception
last evening by the Ambassador from Mexico Rafael uen uen-tes
tes uen-tes and Mrs. Fuentes at the em bass v residence. Pr"inent
members of the Mexican colony and other guests attended.

" HdraTimes" Ahead
Far Fart Kobbe Wives
A humo'ous "haru times" has
been chosen for .he business
meeting-luncheon of the Fort
Kobbe Officers' Wives Cluo T r--
day. Club members have been
asked to at.enu m Jsiunie
propiate to the theme.
Debbie's Attorney
Says Divorce Suit
To Be Filed Soon
HOLLYWOOD (UPD Actress -singer
Debbie reynolds may file
fnr divorce from singer Eddie
i-Vci. .,,hin th npi f.w riavs.
W attnrnpv said today.
... "r.
Attorney Frank B. Belcher, rep-
resenting the petite mother ot two
said he planned lo "get the ball
rolling" shortly toward a divorce
talks with
Fisher's attorney
"First there must be some nc-;
aMioiinnc Relrher said i
6 The TawyS promised earlier!
that no one would be spared in
the divorce suit if it was neces-1
arv "to protect the interests" of!
Debbie, 26. and her two children,
Carrie, 2, and Todd, 7 months, j
Presumably, the attorney was
prepared to include Elizabeth Tay 1
lor as a iigure in the case with
a detailing in court of ner iew
York dates with fjsher.
However the likelihood of a j
court battle was discounted by
iiieiius ui mc jrjc.i uiii i
wno leu inai risner wouia seen
a quick divo-ce.
Fisher, boyish former favorite
of the bobby soxers, accepted
"full responsibility" for the break
up of his marriage, once publi publicized
cized publicized by press agents as the
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couple next door cast of local talent, including
Miss Taylor was in seclusion atthfl Gay Crooners find tt-
the home of her agent and wasn't sational teenase rock ti roll

talking. Eiier, she had offered
the opinion thit Debbie and Ed Eddie
die Eddie "would destroy each o her" if
' they went back together.
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An important phase of the bus
iness session will be discussion
and voting on revisions
to the
clubs constitution.
Hostesses for the meeting will
be Mrs. Arthur Dodon, chairman,
Mrs. if ford Jackson, Mn.
James cooper ana Mrs. cnanes
Jones.
Tryouts For Theatre
Guild Play Toniqht
Casting tryouts for
Theatrp Hnilrl nl v
the
next

Anne Frank," will be held this uay eveninlg at 7:30 at the Balboa
this evening and tomorrow even-1 Service Center. Rufus Lovelady,
ing at g p.m. at the Playhouse in 'odge president will presen a re re-Ancon.
Ancon. re-Ancon. j pori on the fede aligns biennial
Mrs. Adela Bettis will direct the i convention, held last month in San

play, which has a cast including
five women ar ' men.
Returns To Sc itci
sieve Manuro. son .or Mr
and
J"rs manuro, lei Dy :
Mrs Fp y R Marlnrn
W. week o enter he ;
'"".' .'-ye i .!
University of Pennsylvania.
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A calypso duel between Lord!
Cobra and Sir Panama will be1
fpatured on 0ct, 4 at the Rock.
Qween show and danre tp b
snonsore(i hv F, panam- wait,
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Iprs and Bartenders Club at San
""'"to uc la -ncw.

Lord Cobra and Sir Panama! He was to have raced two
a-e expected to hurl verbal bul-1 mules, in faef but one p-e-lets
at each other on the show, served the mulish reputation by
which will feature an all-star balking at the s'artmg line.

Sineer. UllVia inouspi-n.
Music will be provide b" the 1
Willie Moro and the Jets Com-
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WASHINGTON (VJ1) Pan-t
and board production in July
amounted to 2.389.000 tons 5 ner
cent more than output in .luiv.
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at h.nd to the ottic. Notices ot
meeting! cannot be occostaO fev
lomphono.
Federation Of Government
Employes Meets Wednesday
Tae Racine Branch of Lodge 14
Ainei.L ti cati'ia .oil u oijveru
mem Employes, will have its re
suiar mou niv meeuiiK weunev
Diego.
The AUantic branch of the
louge will meei Friday evening ai
7:30 at the Margarita Service
Endurance Walker
Simpson Loses
Race To Mule
BENSON, N.C. (UPH-Endur-ance
walker Paul (Hardrock)
Simpson says he failed to out outwalk
walk outwalk a mule because the course
was too slior
Simpson. 54, who for years has
been running and walking for
Jons distances, took on the Ions-
eared compe nor at nenoon s nn
nual "Mule
Saturday.
Day" celebration
Simpson, wearing snorts and
running shoes, paced along
briskly. The mule sauntered,
snowing nine nneiei uie yiu-
ceedings.
At the end of the 18 mile
. i. i i i : i
course, ine muie nau a lo imuuie
edge over Simpson, who was just
get' ing warmed up to walking.
"I wasn't a long enough race,
Hardrock snapped. Officials had
reduced the course from 30 miles
to 18 for the mule's sake.
It wag Simpson's second loss of
the summer. Several horses de-
t lJ I T. 1.
ie'ea mm in a race in uian
parlipr this summpr
eanler lnls summer-
But the score between Simpson
and mules is now tied. Several
years ago he defeated a mule in
a race from miditate to the
norih Carolina coast the mule
failing to make the distance.
NEW CAREER Though look,
ing at her makes it hard to be.
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neve, Liyuia uiva was a aeaaiy
enemy of the Nazis during;
World war II, was sentenced to
death In concentration camp
gas chamber. She was later
decorated by the French govern government.
ment. government. NOW Polish-born Lydia
cavorts on the stage of the Folles
Bergeret in Paris, where she is
a dancer.
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THE CELEBRITIES
Producer Jerry Wald and law
yer Fanny Holtrmann have been
conferring about the film ver.::oi
of the Gertrude Lawrence story,
"Mrs. A." At long long last, it's
being tailored for the cinema
with Audrey Hepburn in mind as
the young, jnarvelously magnetic
Gertie. "Goldilocks, which on
paper looked like the best bet to
arrive on Broadway as an unqua
lified smash hit, is in luch trou trouble
ble trouble the company will remain in
Philadelphia for an extra unsched unscheduled
uled unscheduled week of work before trek
king to Boston to face a new set
of critics.
The Harry Conovers' young son,
Chris, was rushed to Lenox Hi. I
Hnsnital with lobar nneumonia .

Princess Margarethe of Sweden,
whose romance with British jazz
pianist Robin Douglas Home anr1
ed unahppily, may be consoled by
a trip to the United States the;
autumn. The Royal Family is apt
to disguise the holiday as a ion ion-ney
ney ion-ney "for a medical checkup.". .
. .Ben Gage's most allurin" inter interest
est interest since he and Esther Williams
parted is Dorothy Stacy, a pret'y
blond nurse.
The current "Love and Mar
riage" issue of a popular movie
magazine is the definitive illust r,
tion of how phony those fan arti articles
cles articles can get. Among its featured
gems arc a story about the won
derful marriage of Debbie ard
Eddie Fisher, a picture layout on
the idyllic matrimonial relation relation-shio
shio relation-shio of Shelley Winters and Tony
Franciosa, a piece predicting Eli
zabeth Taylor will find soUce
with Montgomery Clift. and ?
"things-are looking up" story on
the success of the Vic Damonc
Pier Angeli marriage.
Some of those connected with
the production of "The World of
Sil7ie Won1?" are exnectin" (pnd
rather honing fori some trouble
with the censors in Boston.
Eddie Hilgeneier, the actor who
triggered the recent investigati"-'?
of big monev nit'T shows, has hir hired
ed hired a manager for his new sou"
ind dance act which at the point
is about the equivalent of emnlov
jing a chan to sell penguins at he
North Pole. .
T.ondon oxhibitnrs are tiffin?
iwith Raoul Levy. Rri"iftp Brdnt'
jnroriucer. over the title of her
new movie. He w?nt it In lip
I'led "In Cs-se of Emergency.'
the conservative Bnt'h pre d
terminer! to triumph with the more
provocative title, "Love M"
"rossion." . Jonathan Watts,
bright young soloist of the IVw
Vork-'6rty-Dallet! will waits down'
the aisle with Diane Consor, one
of the dancers in the san-j
troupe. Their romance" flowerd in
Janan.
Boston's roughest drama critic
EUio't Norton, became so enamor
ed of Diana Barry mpre.'s perfo'n
"eo lr) "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,"
which he caught in Skowhcan,
hat he made history by going
backstage and actually sneaking in
her, then wrote a rave review
Broadway pennv arcacs are Ho
intf nuite a business selling pholo
graphs of movie stars ,-
looked when they were childryi
and as they are now. .Stinnot"
ing players who've worked the riif
ferent rod companies of "Aunt
ie Mame" have funny routine;
thev compare the temnnrTn's "r
the leading ladies Sylvia htdnev
and Constance Bennet to d""
mine which one it worse to work
with. So far it's a draw.
Jazz fans who watched a late
movie on TV might he sitrnrlsrri
to learn that the tiny 12-year old

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"Preatnting Lily Mara" is bop
vocalist Annie Rosi of "Sing a
Song of Basie" fame.
A few sidelights to Edith Piaf s
automobile accident: She's reeov
ering rapidly and unlets iher?
are unexpected setbacks she
should open at the Waldorf Oct.
l. Doctors who performed surge
ry on her head said it's a mir;
cle she's alive. Her car collidd
with a 10-ton truck and (Cupid

note) the driver identified as "a
musician with her troupe also
is her current Big Romance.
The rock 'n' roll combos ? e t
more and more desperate lor
names ss the days en bv. A net"
quartet is billed as "The Mafians
Marilyn Rockafellow, "Miss Nu .v
Jersey," was swinging with come
dian Jackie Clark at the Emnris.
Valerian Rybar is back in Go
them, but his wife had to remain
in Paris for fittings on the B1
main frocks she U wear at the 19
tivities attendant upon the wed
ding of her daughter Doon Plun
kett who will marry Lord Gran
ville, first cousin of Queen Eliza
beth, in October.
The Marine Corps will deact1
vate its Women's Reserv train
ing units starting at the end of
this month. There's no money in
the budget for the lady reserv
ists.
Young Demos Veto
Move To Divide
Ranks In South
HENDERSO NVILLE, N.C.
(UPD Southern Young Demo
crats meeting here last weekeod
seemed more concerned about the
"stiema" of regional identifica
tion than conflicts over policy.
They turned down a move to
set ud a Southern Conference of
Young Democrats rather, than
risk "drawing ourselves into a
bunch of states, isolated trom
the rest of the national YDC.
Instead, thev set in motion a
compromise plan asking south southern
ern southern regional YDC directors to call
an informal meeting of southern
delegates in Atlanta next spring.
Speaking against the Georgia-
sponsored proposal to set up a
regional conference Pete Walker,
Columbia, Ky., said. "We've got
to work out our prAlems within
the framework of the party. We
made a mistake, when we got inn
it (national YDC affairs) with a
ChgnatW Withers flft)
told the Young Democrats that a
division in party ranks couia oniy
leave the South with the "futil "futility"
ity" "futility" of a third party arm cause
an end to southern "influence and
power in the Congress and in the
nation.'?
Coleman Bomstein, national
YDC vice president, brought
greetings trom the na lonai niu
cers and Srom "Sen. John Ken
nedy (D-Mass.). . a young man
with a big future." His greetings
from Kennedy, a potential presi
den ial candidate, touched off a
flurry of foot-stomping and ap
plause.'
Bob Oswald, a Pascagoula
Miss., attorney, also drew hearty
applause when he told a lunch
group. "We are prepared to stay
with the party no matter how
deep the water gets, w may
have to swallow some bit er pills
but we are going to try to make
friends.
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Doctor Recommends
Dropping Barriers
For Older Persons
CHICAGO (TJPIV The presi
dent-elect of the American Medi Medi-csl
csl Medi-csl Society has charged artificial
and arbitrary age barriers are
unnecessarily dooming many
aged people to relative useless-
ness.
Dr. Louis M 0-r, Orlando, Fla.,
called for a new understanding of
the problems confronting the
aged. He talked to a medical so so-cie
cie so-cie y plannine conference here,
tailing them It was "vastly im important"
portant" important" for older persons to be
eneouraged and allowed to main1;
tain their self-impertsnee by be being
ing being "useful snrj needed."
"We all share the social obliga obligation
tion obligation of giving aged people a
chance to live a productive life,"
ha said. "Because a person reach reaches
es reaches an age of M, or or 60, with
his capabilities and his desire for
productive work s ill alive snd
strong, such a person should not
be fenced apart from everyone
else by artificial barriers."
Orr said ability found at any
age, or backed by years of exper experience,
ience, experience, is worth saving.
IMAKIR NAM ID
new york (UPD Leo Cherne
executive director, the Research
Institute of America, Inc., will be
tha featured sneaker at tha silver
I anniversary dinner of Commodity
Exchange, Inc., here on Oct. 9.

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FRESHMAN REGISTERS Stanley E. Chassin. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Chassin of Panama City, registers as a member
of the iresnman ciass of Rutgers University. Chassin is a gra graduate
duate graduate of Westfield (N.J.) High School.

FBI Chief Denies
inferences Drawn
From Recent Soeech
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WASHINGTON (UPI) FBI j the ahenherd's Hall Rio Aba
Director J. Edgar Hoover hatly j fiT ..fji, if ttl
denied today that he had said the 1 &tn2"
younger generation is "going to PrWe o Panama Club. The con con-the
the con-the dogs" icert wU1 feature a new choral
Hoover' made public a Iet'er of group of 35 voices, along with
protest charging that the advi- other local artists from both
sory council of- judges of the Na- sides of the Isthmus,
tional Probation and Parole Assn. Tickets can be obtained from
at Pasadena, Calif, had drawn Mrs. F. Hendricks dr Marie
"unwarranted inferences" from 1 Branker on Palmer's Building,
his speech before 'he American I Calidonia.
Bar Assn. last month.
The association adopted a rosn i J la tf'll!
Iution deploying Hoover's com AH AHm f Kjlljlin
ments which i' said can only be 'wll MUIIIIU IlllllllfJ
construed as "attacks on proba- t

tion, parole and .the
courts of America.'
Hoover wrote Will C. Turn Turn-bladh,
bladh, Turn-bladh, association director, that
the resolution is "completely un
realistic and inaccurate.

The FBI chief denied thai hellice tod neld a former mental

had' said the c0mplete answer to tient. who adi
crime isja ?jk tT1 W tlis elderly
with primary emphasw upoft the1wjth a (hree-foot

use oi iron Dars as a tooi ior
correcnon.
irrection.
He also 'attacked .accusations
that had a'trjButed the rfe
in crime to "failure'-' of the iuve-
nile courts and probation and.pa-
role systems.
"A cawful Reading oL tnjte-
marks will indicate that I did not
make such statements," Hoover
declared. "I have never sta'ed
that I fel' the younger generation
as a whole is going to the dogs.
In fact, I have stated on a num number
ber number of occasions that the whole wholesome
some wholesome majority of the youth of the
na ion merit congratulations and
encouragemen.
"While 1 is true that only 3 per
cent of the juvenile population
may be involved in crime, 'ie
fact remains that in 1957 persons
under age 18 represented two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of all arrests for auto thefl,
one hal' of Ihe arrests for bur
glary and larceny, one fourth
of all robbery arrests and one one-fifth
fifth one-fifth of the arrests for rape.
These are startling figures which
cannot be ignored."
Hoove said he was '"not criti criticizing
cizing criticizing the humanitarian principle
of parole and probation, but I
most emphatically do criticize the
administration of this program
which enables unreformed crimi criminals
nals criminals to be prematurely released
only to commit mire serious
crimes."
WILL GIT TV
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (UPI)
-The Baltic island of Bornholm
he only Danish island not covered
by the state-owned television net
work will get its own TV set up
next year. The Danish TV network
wants to buy some land at Ystad,
Sweden, where it will build a re relay
lay relay station. Construction of1 the
station is scheduled to begin next
fall, with Bornholm residents re
ceiving Danish programs by
Christmas 1959.
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comer, daughter of George Montgomery and Dinah Shore.
f?Jlwta" m horM Gt0'l nr tot her reoent
10th birthday. It was a horse on George, because by tha tun,'
he lot through with buying the nag, for $880, he had laid out
some 180,000 for three and a half acres ft ground and tha
building of a new house he didn't need. 1

Variety Concert
Sunday At Rio
Abajo Hall
Plans have been completed

for a variety concert, which will
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At New Jersey Farm
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, jpe wnen nis fatner reprimand-
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The suSpeef, Gedrge Peros, W
told state poijce he fatally beat
nis farmer-father Louis, 66, witi
a me in juijutdoor shed Supdaj
m'oSidg, the entered the housi
antf 'struck his mWher, Mary, M
with the same weapon.
The scene of the double siayinj
was a lonely farm near here
State police said they obtained th
story from Peros, at first bit-by
bit, then by complete confessioi
after seven hours of questioning
Peros, a World War II Coas
Guard veteran, told investigator!
he was released from a vete-ans'
hospital three months ago. Unem
ployed, he had been living wit!
his parents.
"They were always yelling at
me," Peros reported.
When his father h w'H him mil
Sunday morning for "not using
enough soap when I washed,'
Peros told police, he became en enraged
raged enraged and stalked out of thi
house.
The son hid in ambush for his
fathe- near a small shed at the
rear o' the farm proper'v. When
the father walked into the shed,
the son s ruck him from behind
with a three-foot length of gal gal-vanized
vanized gal-vanized iron pipe, police said.
With the weapon still dripping
blood, Peros stormed across the
farmyard and into the kitchen of
the house, where his mother wis
preparing a batch of pancake
mix.
"She screamed. She was always
yelling," Peros said.
The son hit the mother with
the pipe. She die-! jrr
ly.
Peros changed his clothes and
hiri t! '' n o ie tit
walke ddown ihc roid to the home
of neighbor Joseph Papalia and
'old him there were "two peopli
lying on the floor back home."
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jSociaf anJ

Ateeuntenti Group
Memben of the Federal Gov Government
ernment Government Accountant! Association
have planned a social dinner
meeting for Saturday evening .at
the Tivoli Guest House. A hospital
i y hour is planned for 7 p.m. fo)
lowed by dinner served in the
main dinine rcotn. Danctnc to
music of Aldrete's Orchestra wU
be Jrom 8 p.m. lo midnight. Mem
i 1 1 p ,

GM, Ford, Chrysler Expected
To Present Identical Bids

DETROIT (UPD Negotiators at Wage hikes of 24 cents an hour
the Big Three auto, negotiations for he wo-kers.
predicted yesterday thai General in addition, workers would have
Motors, Ford and Cbngpler, would ; received cost-of Hving increases
present a united front with iderui-! under an escalator clause included
cal contract otters to the' United in -he old contracts.
Auio orkers Union. j The union hopes to get improve
Ford, faced with a strike dead- ments in pension benefits, unem unem-line
line unem-line at 10 a. m. Wednesday, hadjployment compensation benefits
hien exnec.ed to submit an offer ; and worker transfer" riehts that

yesterday afternoon but a check i

at tienerai motors anu vmyicrnour per year.
indicated offers would be made a In a two year contract, this
those two companies. would boost wages by no less than
Leonard Woodcock, UAW chief 21 cents an hour and on a three-negotiate-
at GM, said, "we ex- year basis, 30 cen's an hour,
pect the company will make an Before receiving the offer, UA
offer." GM negotiators were mum. President Walter P. Reuther said
John D. -Leary, Chrysler indus it might result in a set lement
trial relations vice president, told wi n Ford before the strike dead dead-reporters,
reporters, dead-reporters, "we do expect to make line.
an offer." He refused to give de-1 "it should give us adequate time
tails of the offer before outlining to work out the details.'' he said,
it to the union. "Where there is a will, and the
The anticipa ed offers would be company has indicated, it is will will-the
the will-the first made by the au'.o com- ing, it can be done."
panics since they jointly offered If the negotiations follow the
i he union an opportunity to extend mi em set in talks in 1953 and
their old contracts for two years. 1955, a settlement at Ford would
These offers were withdrawn be a model for set lements at
when the old contracts expired General Motors and Chrysler,
last Memorial Day weekend. In both of the last two seta of
"Built in" wage increases in the negotiations, the union first settled
old contracts would have given with Ford under threat of a s rike
UAW members a minimum ut 10 : and then turned on GM and Chrv-

cents an hour during the first year
and an additional seven cents an
hour increase in all succeeding
years.
Over a two year period this
would have meant 17 cents an
hour
The company wanted the

tract to run three year' Or mnr union negotiators, were epor ed
so it would not be bothered by throughout the nation. Reuther has
negotiations as often. On . nleaded wi h the local unions to
year basis, extension of 'he old halt walkouts until negotiations ar
contacts would have resulted in completed.
Sherman Adams Back At Desk
As Influence Hearings Begin

lj ''I'. .1.1
,AM0l")rtm-
dentin I Assis ant Sherman Adams
re.urned to iws oesk irom a vaca vacation
tion vacation yesterday on the eve of re re-n
n re-n c w c d congressional influence
hearings on his millionaire iriend
Bernard Goldfine.

i Tb White House issued new de-1 final "eartv-bird" election,
niajs both here and at Newport, Many Republicans blamed the
R. I., that Adam had resigned, j defeat at leas! in par, on the
He has been under mounting prcs-j Adams Goldfine case. Defeated
sure to do so from Republican Sen. Frederick G. Payne (R (R-concerned
concerned (R-concerned over the effect his re- Maine), like Adams, had received
laUonship with Goldfine will have vicuna coat and other favors
on the November elec ions. from the generous Boston Indus-
A spokesman for the U.S. attor- trialist.
ney's office here reported, mean
time, that a contempt of Congress Denies Adams Resignation
,ci ation against Goldfine, a gift- Whi'e Hons News Secre ary
giving Bos on textile and real es- James C. Hagerty said in New-

ta ?. tycoon, is actively under
consideration." The US. attorney
must decide whether to send thir
. case to a grand jury,

The House Influence investigat- up at his executive office early
ing subcommittee re;umes hear j Monday morning following a fish fishings
ings fishings today into Goldfine's tan-; ing vacation in Canada,
gled financial affairs. : wasi The subcommit ee pokesman
schediiKI two weo'" of fisis said the hearing schedule includ includ-On
On includ-On Goldfine s East Bos on Co., thjed besides the Goldfine case an
IfflssL a change tumm s I investigation of a four million dol dol-sion
sion dol-sion (SEC) and possibly otherlar sectirl les sale by the Crowell Crowell-r&Ei1
r&Ei1 Crowell-r&Ei1 regulatory agencies. Collier Publishing Co. and several
SEC Chairman Edward N. Gads-1 Federal Commtmleations Commis-
by was summoned as the first wit-sion (FCC) cases.
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L. C. Bates, head 1 of the state HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actress
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HOLLYWOOD Dbbie Reyn

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NEW YORK Arthur Larson,
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on President Eisenhower's Intel
lect:
"The President is a man of not
only deep intelligence but very
great wisdowm."
EXETER, England Pamela
Gant, whose husband is divorcing
her because- ahe reduced 6m, a
47-35-54 figure to a 38-26-38: f
"My life has changed now that'
I no longer feel like a barrage
balloon. Only older men made
passes at me. But being normal
has changed everything."

Steel Workers Give Noisy Display

Of Support For McDonald At Parley

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (UPD (UPD-A
A (UPD-A cheering convention o.' U
Steel Workers of America erupted
in a noisy display of suoport fat"
President David J. McDonald
yesterday night and applauded de
mands that a rebel union faction
be expelled.
The demonstration, which in
"luded the carrying of signs sta
ing "100 per cent for McDonald"
broke out as the convention was
considering a resolution praising
the USW president.
Earlier, sneakers on the resoiti
Mon had raked a dissident group
lead by Donald C. Rarick. of Mr
Keesport. Pa., terming them
"finks and low-life scabs."
Albert Whitehouse, District 25 di
rector, of Cincinnati, Ohio, recct.'
ed an ovation from the 3500 deie
gates when he told them:,
"Let's throw the stinking,
stooges in our own ranks out r,
their ear, and let's stand united
behind our President David J. Mc
Donald."
The demonstration for McDonald
occurred during the debate on the
resolution which said that McDon
aid's six years of presidency "na
brought greater gains than in any
other period in the history of the
United Steelworkers of America."
It began when a sisn carryir.e
procession marched through the
aisle whiie the organ i'yed
"e's A Jolly Good Fellow" an-l
the delegates rose and shouted
h"!' sunnort.
The delegates carried signs in
"-- foot hic'i nd letters stating
"Dave is tops in anri
"!' -ishnma locals for Dave.
The procession threaded Us way
through th crowd up on the stag."
and v:is 'ollowed bv the vf
'legations, marching past a
beaming, waving McDonald.
Earlier. McDonald warned In.
ctni industry ihe union is readv
for "a long and bitter strike" np 1
ar if it becomes' necessary to
win new rontract gains.
The cn'orful steel union chief, in
a muscip flexing keynote speeh
before the USWA convention, iilso
:,:i,..i!., i all ,,! hi. ..r,i,'t
oledjed. "I wil not permit the
McDonald told 'the cheering, ap
platiding MuO dslegates that "in
dustry spokesmen are pri'djeting a
Ion? and K'ter strike in 1959
"1 prefer peace." he said, "but
if the stee) Industry wants to long
strike, I guarantee thp n thai the
CniteH Stee'workera will give it to
them
The tali, wavy, white hnirel
union leariet. singled out for soirn
hard-boiled adjectives the robl
faction led by Rarick, whom tie
charged with preaching a program
"of bate and greed."
McDonald, redfaced and waving
a clinched fist, told the convention,
"rip this cancer out of your tmvi
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Diego with her playwright hus-
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:film "Some Like It Hot." oo.nti.-.
cuss what might be wrong with
U U L. j
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sne was suffering from nervous
exhaustion,
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the hospital for "four or five
days" for a checkup. Miller has
made frequent trips from the east
o see Marilyn since she came
to Hollywood in July.
OUTLOOK ENCOURAGING
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI)
Harris mtertype Corp's outlook
for fiscal 1958 "appears reason
ably encouraging," according to
chairman president George S.
Dively. Ntw orders received rtur
ing the past year were about
equal to shipments, he noted.
els through your own doing, audi
non t leave it up lo m
arick opposed McDonald for1
the presidency last vear. and af i
.u ii he lost by a 21 margin.
his showing was considered a Mmv
i iiii

io 'hp prestige of the president 1 teamsters wnne ne nas Deen ue&eu SdiiSaieiini mi uib un un-McDonald
McDonald un-McDonald also charged that li-el carrying on the biggest cleanup in ion, traded a series of shouted
nation's business organizations are itg histo-ry. charges and counter-charges with
conducting a campaign des- i t-1 Challenged by committee Coiin-jlne Senate investigators.
weaken unioism, and mentioned sel Robert P. Kennedy to name
specifically the National Assn of any 'cial he has ousted without' In one exchange, he declared
Manufacturers the Nation it prompting from the monitors, Hof that committee Chief Counsel Rob Rob-Chamber
Chamber Rob-Chamber of Commerce and iho a replied with an assertion that e.'t F. Kennedy did "everything he
(.uffiiwIlEft'j-.tte board, appointed to keep 1 could" to get Hoffa convicted in a
He said some leaders in the;watcn oyer union affairs, was j bribery case last year.

steel industry "are joining 'vit li stealing his inunoer.
this outfit nd spreading itter He said when the monitors get
ness, poison and hateful ropa .wind of some action he is plan plan-Sanda."
Sanda." plan-Sanda." nmg hey write a lette- recom-
I mendjno that he take such action,

CALL BUSINESS BOOMS

COLOMBO, Ceylon (UPD The'mnnitnrs recommend it?" asked

call girl business is flourishing Chairman John L. McClellan (D (D-in
in (D-in Ceylon's capital and police Ark.),
can't do much to stop it, Police! "Yes sir," Hoffa replied.
Superintended B. W. Perera ad-1 The three-man board of moni moni-mitted.
mitted. moni-mitted. yesterday. Perera said tors, appointed because of charges
loop holes in existing laws some tWf Hnffa Wame o-psident last

if iirklnk Jnl. 4- ill, I I
'." "- uaic uaun iu maxe i

ii aimus impossiDie lor me poitcvig series of meetings yesterday ioijr KJJl MCriVG
to bring charges against an esti-1 consider a number of issues.1
mated 500 women in the busmen. Among them is a rank-and-file de-11)111 Ac I IPllt
He added that almost all of thelmand from New York Teamsters Ml7 a-iui.

women police have managed to I
arrest were suffering from vene I
real disease.

ALL NEW! ALL-OUT ADVENTURE.
THE LONE RANGER AND THE
LOST CITY OF GOLD
Great PRE-RELEASE Next Thursday at the
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That stalwart adventurer of the Western Plains, "The
Lone Ranger," rides out once Again to bring justic e in the
land of guns and broncos, this time to a band ot Indians
who are being victimized by soot outlaws In search of
gold. The picture, "THIS LONE RANGER ANO THK LOST
CITY OK GOLD," a United Artists pre release Next THURS THURSDAY
DAY THURSDAY at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre, marks "The Lone
Ranger s" twenty-fifth year in the field of entertainment
(it was In 19.13 that the cry of "Hi Ho Silver" that became
famous throughout the land) and It il a fitting tribute In
deed, for this is his grandest adventure.
Filmed In Eastman Color and directed by veteran ad adventure
venture adventure film director, Lesley Selander, the picture takes
Clayton Moore as "the Lone Ranter," and Jay Sllverheels,
as his sidekick, Tonto, on the roughest, toughest, guu-roar-Ing
adventure of their turbulent quarter-century careers,
others In the cast, all of whom turn In fine portrayals of
heroes, villains (and a vlllalness), Include Douglas Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, Charles Watts, Noreen Nash, Lisa Montcll, Ralph
Moody and Norman fredric. Advt.

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parade their feminine stars across the screen in them. From left to right, Elizabeth Taylor in "Cat on a Hot
Christine Carere in "A Pertnin Smilo" nd Tln t nniu in "TV, TV...

Hoffa Accuses Union s Monitors
Of Capitalizing On His Campaign

WASHINGTON (UPI)-Teamster
President James R. Hoffa accused
ihe union's court-appointed, board
of monitors yesterday of trying to
"cpitali" on his own campaign
1 clean up uic gim umui..
Hoffa hurled the char8e at, a
stormy hearing at which he also
accused the Senate Rackets Com-
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tive receptive to Hoffa's cleanup aim,
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fiery Detroit Teams'e- boss hadn't
"done one effective thing, really."
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MGE
Philadelphia Finish
Roberts, Ashburn Gallantly Trying To
I

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Prevent Last Place

o

Robin Hurls 16th Victory
While Richie Lashes Two
Hits To Increase Bat Lead

o

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Sept. 16 (UPI) Robin Roberts
and Richie Ashburn. two of the original Whiz Kids
who helped Eddie Sawyer lead the Philadelphia
Phillies to a pennant in 1950, are making gallant
efforts to prevent a last-place finish for the return returned
ed returned pilot this year.

Roberts Don Zimmer paved the way lor

with

And. in the process

u .n minri nr with a

COU1U wen -r
"Comeback of this Year" award
Ashhnrn with a National

"u ----League
batting title.
The Phillies, who haven t nn nn-4n
4n nn-4n ii ppllar since 1945

LEADING
HITTERS
(B.ed on 37S offici.l at bat)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB R H Pet.

142 575 88 197 343
128 444 62 150 .J38

143 562 111 188 .335

143 567 104 189 .333
136 493 88 158 .320

Ashburn, Phil.
Musial, St. L.

Mays, S.F.

Aaron, Mil.
Skinner, Pitt.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Runnels Bos. 135 517 90 165 .319

Cerv, K.C. 130 475

Williams, Bos. 118 377

Power, Clev. 135 550

Kuenn, Det. 129 szi

150 316

72 119 .316

93 173 315

68 164 .315

thp Rravp.s to score live runs

and beat the Dodgers tor only
the eighth time in 22 games.
Zimmer's error followed a sln sln-jgle
jgle sln-jgle by Casey Wise and the
Braves then raked Fred Kipp

uhPH within two games of and Labine for four more sin sin-fi1
fi1 sin-fi1 !lh Dlace Chicago Cubs sles and a walk. Joe Adcock had
!?" t he St Louis two singles and his 19th homer

Wlldl viivj rru.ltn naro thp RraVPS' 11-1111 'dLl

itark which brought renei piicn

rinok fi-5 last nient

Milwaukee Braves trimmed their
magic pennant clinching num number
ber number to four with an 8-3 victory
over the Los Angeles Dodgers in
the only other day or night ac ac-i,rit
i,rit ac-i,rit in pithpr leaeue.

Roberts, who seemed over the
hill after 19-18 and 10-22 won won-lost
lost won-lost records the last two years,
pitched a seven-hitter to raise
his current mark to 16-13. It
was his 19th complete game ot
the season and his five strike strikeouts
outs strikeouts raised his total to 123 for
252 innings.
Ashburn, who set a club
records by playing in his 1, 1,-631st
631st 1,-631st fame, raised his league -leading
average to .343 when
he smashed a triple and a sin single
gle single Ashburn now holds a five five-point
point five-point lead over St. Louis' Stan
Musial, idle again last night,
and is eight points ahead of
San Francisco's Willie Mays
and 10 ahead of Milwaukee's
Hank Aaron.

nnnhles bv Harry Anderson

and Jim Hegfln plus a sacrifice
fly by Ed Kazanskl gave the
Phillies a 2-0 lead in the second
inning and they added single
runs at the expense of Vinegar
Bend Mizell in the fifth and
sixth. The loss was Mizell's 12th

compared to 10 victories.

Roberts was

pr woh Rush his ninth victory

The Braves, eageT to clinch
their second straight pennant
by the end of the week, are
sending Lew Burdette (17-10)
aga'nst San Francisco's John John-nv
nv John-nv Antonelli (15-12) tonight.
The Pittsburgh Pirates, the
only remaining contender,
must finish a suspended game
of Aug. 3 before playing the
Cardinals a regularly sched scheduled
uled scheduled nieht came.

A Milwaukee victory and two
Pittsburgh losses would clinch a
tip fnr the Dennant for the

Braves.
The Yankees, playing out the
string after their clinching in
Kansas City Sunday, have Bob
Turlev going against Detroit's
Frank" Lary. Turley is trying for
his 22nd victory a total which
would make him the biggest
Yankee winner since Lefty Go Gomez
mez Gomez won 26 games in 1934.

HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Robinson, Redlegs
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves

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

RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks. Cubs
Thomas Pirates
H. Anderson, Phils
Cepeda. Giants
Mays, Giants

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

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30
30
29

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37
36
34

123
108
93
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105
104
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89

Little Tommy Jacobs
Is New Sensation
Of Pro Golf Circuit

DENVER (UPI)

The new

LEADING
PITCHERS
(Bawd on 12 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L

Spahn, Braves
Raydon, Pirates
Willey, Braves
Burdette, Braves
Purkey, Redlegs

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HURRICANE FORCE Miami of Coral Gables expects to bit harder than ever this fall with
an outstanding back field. They are, left to right, Bob Rosbaugh, Jim Stevens, Joe Plevel and
Fran Curci. a terrific junior quarterback. The Hurricanes lost only two starters from '57 team.

Peace Of Mind' Gives
Jackie Pung Golf Win

20 10
8 4
9 5
17 10
17 10

- jw. hv circuit is Tommy JacoDs,

run in ijii oiAin t j v,

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Turley, Yankees 21 6
Hyde, Senators 10 3
McLish, Indians 15 7

Eord, Yankees 14 7

12 7

touched for one sensation of the professional golf Delock, Red Sox
,-ti- l... i,..,it ic Tnmmv Jacobs, a 1 It

Whittier,

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Don Blasingame ana a single jzT r- ? ks like actor Pau,

Joe Cunningham and Irv Noren

hit hit. third homer oi tne sea season
son season in the eighth for the other
Cardinal rim."Me Phillies took
the season series from the Red Red-birds,
birds, Red-birds, 12-10.
An eighth-inning error by

I SOON I
DEEP SIX'

Newman and swings a club witn

the acctf-aey oi Ben Hogan.
Jacobs scored his 1st. victory on
the professional golf tour with a
14-under par 266 pvar 72 holes in
the $20,000 Denver Centennial
Open. Although he had led from
the first day of the four day
meet he hs't to come in with an
accurate 250 yard approach shot
on the 18 h hole to sauelch a de determined
termined determined drive by Ernie Vossler.
Vossler finished one stroke be behind
hind behind with a 267. He had a 64
Sunday. Jacobs had a 67.
Arnold P:ilmer wound up in a
third-place tie wi'h Howie John Johnson,
son, Johnson, each with a 270.

Classic League
Agewood 0
Marlboro 3 1
Carta Vieja I j
Seymour 0 4

JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) Jackie
Pung said today she had "peace
of mind" on her side when she
came up with three birdies and a
three on the last nine holes oi
the $5,000 Colonial Ladies PGA
tourney Sunday to win with a
three-day score of 220.
The Hawaiian pro shot a two
under men's par 70 to overtake

Mickey Wright and Marian Marian-Bauer
Bauer Marian-Bauer Hagge aided by "tne
peace of mind" she said sue
tound a church service earlier
in the day.
"If we have faith." she said,
"there is nothing that will go
wrong."
Miss Wright, women's golf top
money winner of 1958, playco

steady golf in the deciding round
but lost 'her chance at the title

when she bogied the tough 18th
hole, 434 yards long, for an over
par 73 and a total of, 221.
Mrs. Hagge went four over par
on the front nine and shot a 77
for the rouud, scoring a 222.
The victory gave Mrs. Pun
first place money of $831.25. The

tall and blonde Miss Wright from

Bonita, Calif., got second place

money of $641.25 while Mrs

Hagge, who led Saturday, re

ceived $498.75 lor third.
Mrs. Pung chalked up a .pair
of 75s in the first two days of the
tournament. She had a two over
men's par 38 on the front nimi
Sunday but birdied the 10th, lo5h,
17th and 18th holes in scoring her
redhot 32.
Defending champion Betty Dodd
of San Antonio, Tex., fired a 72
for a fifth place 225 and $285 l.'i
prize money despite an injured
hand.
The only amateur finishing in
the top 20 in the 6,604-yard Col
olonial Country Coub course was
Mary Mills, a Gulfport, Miss.,
teen ager, whose 73 Sunday gav
her a total of 228, good for a tic
for 16th.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Pittsburgh

San Francisco

Cincinnati

St. Louis

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The Classic League reduced from
four teams got started at the
Fiablo Service Center last Friday.
Paced by Rollie Gliechman and
his 638 Agewood swept all font font-points.
points. font-points. Five sticks marked the dif
ferenee in the second game. The

I Seymour team was hampered by

plenty of splits.
Marlboro cigarettes a newcomer
to the loop, lost the opener by V
pins, and then went on to take the
remaining three points. Both
teams had bowlers in the Classic
Leaeue elite group, namely 600

or better. Bill Ciffey for Carta
Vieja registered 651, and Colbert
of the Marlboro, 649.

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Albritton
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Boyer
Gleichman
Totals

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Kunkel
Toland
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Agewood

158

143
204

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223
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Seymour

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202
162
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Player Of The Day
NORM SIEBERN-
To the New York Yankees' front
office, 1958 is not the year the
Yankees won another pennant but
the one in which Norm Siebarn
made good.
Until this year, Casey Stengel
has alwavs been able to moan

when his lead dwindled to a- mere
six or seven games about his
"left field problem." Of course it
wasn't a problem in the sens,1,
most managers would mean it. It
merely meant Stengel had two cr
three good players to alternate in
eft field instead of one star to

play there every day.
Now Casey has the star.
Siebern, 25, a native of St.
Louis, has taken over the job
(hp's Dlaved 124 games) and leads

thp club in batting with a .308

average. Sunday he delivered a

run-scoring triple in the first game
,nd went 4 for-7 in the 14-inning
niehtcaD. His single in the ninth

produced a 7-7 tie and he also
delivered a single in the Yankees
winning rally.

Amateur Runnerup
Returns To Studies
At U. Of Florida

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) It's
back to golf today for Charley
Coe, the new National Amateur
champion.
And it's back to books today
for 21-year-old Tommy Aaron, the
boy wonder of the 1958 tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. Coe, who will take a week or so
of rest at his home in Oklahoma
City, will leave with the United

States team on Oct. 2 for Scot Scotland
land Scotland to participate in the inter

national team matches.
Aaron, runner-up to Coe for the

National Amateur crown on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, returns for his senior year
at University of Florida, where he
is majoring in business adminis administration.
tration. administration. Coe whipped Aaron in the 36 36-hole
hole 36-hole finals Sa urday, 5-4, on the
Olympic Club course.

Auto Race Tragedy

Mars Inauguration

Of High Speed Track

By ED SAINSBURY
CARPENTERSVILLE, 111. (UPI)

Death marred the inaugural of
high speed Meadowd ale au o race raceway
way raceway whea 150,000 spectators
watched driver Bob Walker, Little

Rock, Ark. ,, roll over in his Italian

Ferrari Sunday.
The tragedy occurred on a flat,

hairpin turn during a preliminary

event. Witnesses said Walker
glanced over his shoulder, then
pinched his turn and skidded. The
Ferrari whirled, hit the hay bales,
flipped, came down oh its righ'
side and turned over. Walker died
en rou e to a hospital.

The day's feature race was won

by Chuck Daigh, 34, Beverly Hills

cam., wno came in .001 of a

second ahead of his boss, playboy

Lance Reventlow, 23, son of
heire. s Barbara Hutlon.
Daigh, driving a custom built
Scarab identical to that of Revent Reventlow,
low, Reventlow, completed the 115.5 mile, 35 35-lap
lap 35-lap race half a car leng.h ahead
of Reventlow, clocking the dis distance,
tance, distance, in 1.21:54; thus urning in
an average speed of 85.55 miles
per hour.
Daigh copped virtually all the
honors available. He also won the

day's 12-lap qualifying race for
the feature, averaging 82 miles an
hour, and marked off the fastest
lap of the entire program going
around the track in 2:17 for an
average speed of 87 miles per

hour. He hit a high of 137 miles

per hour in the 6,000-foot straight
away.

(Night Came)

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Roberts (1613) and Hegan.

Only games scheduled.

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Postponed; raia 0
Only ganjes-schedulei''

ACQUIRE TWO PLAYJ
wwtmCi?D (jJPl)-Th
wnite Sox today announced the
Purchase of the contract of out outfielder
fielder outfielder Jim McAnany and the im im-mediate
mediate im-mediate recall of oitcher Hal Tro
sky Jr., both with the Colaraos
farm club.

'58 World Series Develops
Into Crusade For Yankees

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178
180
161
170

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532
531
488

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152 154 146 432
171 292 168 541
211 165 206 582
234 201 216 651
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165 167 183 515
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Carolyn Jones
"BABY FACE NELSON"
Wed. "Legend ot The Lost"

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Norma Shearer
"ROMEO AND JULIET"
Wed. "Tomahawk Trfcil"

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"TROOFtR HOOK"
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CAMP BIERD 7:00
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Wed. "Never Say Goodbye"

Daigh and Reventlow shared the
lead throughout the feature.

The program was sponsored by
the Sports Car Club of America.
Behind Daigh and Reven Ww,

Lnuck fucket, Indianapolis, Ind.,
finished third in a Porsche GT.

Fourth place went to John Haas,
Lake Forest, HL in an Osca-Lot-us.
Fifth was gained by John
Staver, Virginia, Minn., in an
Echidna.

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI)-The World
Series has developed into a cru crusade
sade crusade today for the New Yurie
Yankees, who have wrapped up
their ninth pennant in the last 10
years.
You have to go back a year to
understand why. And back, too,
through the years which hav
made the Yankees a basebUi
legend.
Then the final ingredient is a
fellow named Lew Burdette of the

Milwaukee Braves.

Much has been written ahout the

pride of the Yankees. Rightly So,

oecause u is an almost tangible
thing based on a history of class

ana superiority.
This is not to say the other
teams in baseball don't have Jjheir
pride? Bu with, the Yankees ft is
something special. No other club
has won as many pennants or as
many world championships. No
other club has produced so many
super stars.
,e
Yankees Can't Forget
They can deny it, those other
teams. But deep down they, too,
believe that when player puts
on the white, pin striped flannels

of the Yankees it works a strange
alchemy within him. They'll sa?
it isn't so, but the uniform some'

how makes him a better bail

player.

Argentine Colt
Scores In Upset
In 2nd US Start

SAN MATEO, Calif., Sept. 15-

(UPI) Predestinado, an Argent Argentine
ine Argentine four-year old, scored an unset

victory in the $.000 Lomita Park

purse at Bay Meadows today to
pay his backers $41.99.
Making his second start in the

United States and with George.

Taniguchi aboard the son of

Masked Light opened up a two-

length lead in the stretch, then

held off the challenge of the

favored Spike to win by a neck.
Another neck back in tl six six-furlong
furlong six-furlong sorint for three-year olds

was Ordained.
Th South American had ap appeared
peared appeared a sure winner until Spike

charged up from last nlace. The

time was 1.10. The winner paid

$12.50 to place and $.60 to shoe

FIGHT FOR TITLE

TORORNTO. Ont. (UPI) Young

(eorge Chuvato is favored at 3-1

to beat James J. Parker tonight

in their 12 round fight for the

vacant Canadian heavyweight title

at Maple Leal Hardens.

Sugar Bowl Grid
Hero Still stains
Flare For Dramatics
By TIM MORI ARTY

Ray Brown, the hero of the

1958 Sugar Bowl game, hasn't lost
his flaire for the dramatic since

joining the pro football ranks.
The rookie halfback from Mis

sissippi intercepted a Charley Con

erly pass in the fourth period and

dashed 66 yards for a touchdown

that earned the Baltimore Colts a
27-21 victory over the New York
Giants Sunday in a nationally
televised exhibition game.
It was the Colts' first victory in
five Na,fonal Football League

tuneups and the Giants' fourth
straight setback after an opening

triumph.

Brown joined the Colts last
month with excellent credentials.

having figured in four touchdowns
in quarterbacking Ole Miss to a
39-7 victiry over Texas in the

Sugar Bowl game last New Year's
Day. Because of his speed, the

Greenville, Miss., youth was trans

DRIVE-IN

Me." TfAY ':00
Sterling HATDEN
Constance FORD In
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TOMORROW

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Edmond O'Brien
Ruth Roman In
THE SHANGHAI STORY

Sure, the Yankees have beer fl

ueaien. jjm nobody ever did it
S Jay Bur(iette did last year. f
He flattened them thm times in
the Series the only man ever to
turn that trick and two of those -defeats
were shutouts. -la
Nor Can theYankees forget this ,;
same Burdette was a' guy they
traded away back in 1951 whea
they were shooting for another
pennant and another WorW Swi v
He was just one of fteir minor
leaguers then and the r"ri
him off to these same Braves 1

men residing in Boston for a
fellow namd Johnny Sain.

Gunning For Ltw
Burdette' didn't even iv .hm

"I like to Beat anybody," draw-
led the man from Nitro, W- Va.
"I like to beat 'em so much Xit
I hardly even see the letters on
their uniforms."
To the Yankees, when you over-15
look those big tetters on their
flannels, it is the insult supreme.
And today, as they look ahe4d

to anotner snot at the Bravs
and Burdette the lean man wi:h
the cold blue eyes is their favorite
subject.
Burdette against that Yankee
pride should make it quite,
Series.

Johansson Says He's Readv

For Title Bout Right Now

defensive halfback
head coach Weeb

formed into a
by Baltimore

Ewbank.
In Sunday's contest, Conerly and
Don Heinrich each tossed scoring
passes for the Giants in the first
naif, but the Colts matched th ?e
scores on a 63-yard mn by Lenny
Moore and a two yard aerial
from Unitai to end Ray Berry.
The score was still tied, x4-14,
in less than two minutes. Half Halfback
back Halfback L. G. Dupre somersaulted
over from the four-yard line at
0:38, then Brown tallied the
clincher at 2:27. The Giants added

their final T.D. minutes later on

a pass from Conerry to Ken Mac-Afee.

In other weekend games, the
Chicago Bears ripped Cleveland,
42 31; Los Angeles edged Sin
Frraocisco. 40-38: the Chicago Car

dinals rolled to a 21-7 victory over
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GOTHENBURG, Sweden (UPI)

Sweden's unbeaten Ingemar Jo
hansson, fresh from a sensational
first round knockout over Airleri-

can Eddie Machen, challenged to

day for the world's heavyweight

crown.

"I'm ready now," said the Eu European
ropean European champion Sweden s
new national hero and perhaps
Europe's greatest heavyweigY;
since Max Schmeling. "I want to
go to the United States and fight
Floyd Patterson for the world tit'e
as soon as possible."
At least two independent Ameri American
can American promoters Bill Rosensohn
and Emil Lence began negoti negotiating
ating negotiating to match the well bmU

brown haired Gothenburg slugger

for a world championship bout

against champ Floyd Patterson in

the United Mates in June

And the International Boxing

Club wanted a return Jonansson

Machen fight at Chicago. But In
gemar and manager Edvin Ahlq

vist insisted today there was no

return contract.
Sweden still was celebrating Jo

hansson's amazing victory Sunday

night before a record Scandina Scandinavian
vian Scandinavian crowd of 55,000 at the UUevl
football stadium.
The gate was an estimated

$300,000, from which each fighter

Johansson, 25, wished 198 14

pounds to 194 1-4 for Machen ol
San Francisco as he registered
his 2 1st: straight professional vie-

tory and his 13th knockout against ;

tne previously unbeaten Call.

fornian. Only a draw with Zora

Folley last April had marred'
Machen's previous. 24 starts.

Six foot Ingemar. a former ...

Olympic amateur, floored Macn?n

three times with r'H" r

the head. On his third trip to tha

canvas, Machen Was couu.c ,v

by referee Andrew Smythe of Ire Ireland
land Ireland at 2:16 of the first round.

Ingemar had been a 2-1 under

dog against Machen, rated second
among contenders. Johansson was'

ranked sizth. But cables from

New York today announced tho-

Ring Maga'ziQe had boosted Ince
mar to No. 1 because of hi

triumph.

will get an estimated $60,000.

LIGHT TURNED OUT

NEW YORK (UPI)-The big sta

tionary beacon atop the Empire
State Building goes off today 'vn
deference to the migrating habits

of birds. The big light will stay 0rr

until Nov. l during tne six-wee
period night flying birds travel
south for the winter. The national

Audubon Society said a huge sta

tionary beacon ran confuse the

birds and raiise thousands to crasn

into buildings and be killed.

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46 Retain Position To Play In Fridays BHS Footbml Game
it

HAIRLINE DECISION Enos Slaughter, left 41, and Murry
Dickson, 42, examine each other's hairdos as theold St. Louis
Cardinals tell how lucky they are to be headed for another
World Series as member of the New York Yankees. ;:
Arcaro Learned As Boy
To Take Short Way Home
ii o
By HARRY GRAYSON I tale rough. This was before the
motion picture camera into exis--NEW
YORK (NEA) At 42,ence."
Eddie Arcaro is. riding better toau

ever and with the enthusiasm oi une minu duurek ivwu

The afternoon of Sent. 3. the r'
ficial opening day of school and
the 1958 football season,
varsity hopefuls on the practice
field. After 10 days of vigorous
practice sessions and scrimmages,
the Bulldog sauad ha been re u
ed to 46 members who have thus
far worked vigorously to retain a
position on the B H S Varsiiy
team and a chance to participate
in the Annual Inter Squad Red
White Game to be played on Fri
dav. Sept.
The Red White game usually 'he
annual football season opener, will
give the Canal Zone pub''e an oo
portunitv to see the 1958 ediiior.
of the Balboa Hieh School fcotr:j

team. This game will be played
under full game regulations with

officials taking up their duties for
the first time this year.
This aiinual affair stirs up a lot
of feeling among the players', for

each boy is out to earn a starting
nosition on the 1958 Bulldog squad

It is on their performance in this
game that the statine eleven an-i
the remainder of the 35 man squad
will be picked.

an apprentice

The greatest of the race rid riders
ers riders will take dead aim at next
spring's Triple Crown aboard the
unbeaten First Landing, rated the
finest two year old to come along
in years.
A. W. Booker tells about the
first time Arcaro came around.
"In 1931 .a man brought his son
to me at the old Latonia Rice
Track," he recalls for The Thor
oughbred Record. "I had a small
string, and he asked me to take
the boy under my cr and te-.ch
him to be a jockey. The boy had
some experience galloping horses.
After he'd been around a few
days I could sed he had all the

qualities

T had ridrlen lor almost all Hie

prominent owners. 1 was the win winning
ning winning jockey on Colonial Girl in
the World's Fair Handicap in St.
Louis in 1904 the first $50,000
race ever staged in the United
States. ThP year before, my
brother Hal had ridden the win winner
ner winner of the Kentucky Derby fudge fudge-Fimes,
Fimes, fudge-Fimes, owned by Charley Ellison.
It was only a $5,000 race in 1903
"This boy who was brought to
me at old Latonia was smart and
quick, to learn. He had, plenty of
ambition and was not at all li
mid.'H had confidence in ray
listened to everything I told him.
Her was a little gentleman which
wa understandable since he came
from very fine old Italian fam family.
ily. family. His father was a good nrOy I I-er.
er. I-er. The hoy had a wonderful moth
er and two lovely sisters. Then
was great love and harmony in
this family, which built charac character."
ter." character." BOOKER TOOKTHE BOY to
Asrua Caliente. and ideal place
fo- a youngster to gain expert
ence, without too much competi
tion.
"Since there was no pay for
riding horses not in the money,
he managed to get a mount in al
most every race, and about in
the middle ff the meeting, when

one of my horses rounded Into

good form. I put hjm up," recalls
Booker. "This was a horse called
Eagle Bird, and Eddie Arcaro
won three straight on him.
"I do not think there ever was

boy who worked harder and had

less money for his efforts. All of
his thoughts were to become nit
onlv a jockey, but one of the best.
Jockeys have to work hard. They
have to live a clean life, and keep
themselves physically fit.
"Eddie had a man's head on
9 hov's shoulders. When he was
It, he was capably of making his
i '""isinns. I recall a man ap approaching
proaching approaching him to give a hois
an easv race. He came to ma .and
told all about it. I aRked him
what was his answer. He said he
told th party to jump m the o o-cean."
cean." o-cean." WHEN YOUNG ARCARO SIGN SIGN-ID
ID SIGN-ID with Clarence Davidson, it
was at Booker's suggestion that
he try to get with some stable
that had more horses.
"There have been a few wh,J
have won as many races at Area
ro. but there never was one who
rode t top form for 27 years, m
the end is not yet in sight."
stresses Booker.
"There has nevtr been a sha shadow
dow shadow of doubt as tn Eddie's hone;"
ty. He has been set down or fined

for what was railed rough ridinu

lit that should not be held a

H"t him s'nee one 6iriit,ior-

it he word jockey Is to nlav for

position or aavantage. Tney an

Eddie he has never forgotten how
important it is to save ground.

I showed him on paper just how
much a horse running on the out

side of another horse one time a a-round
round a-round a mile track would lose

recollects Booker. "He will wnit

or go through an opening on the!

rail rather than go around 4

horse, if it is possible. He has

won more than half of his races

by going the short way and be

ing alert and able to make split

second decisions knowing w h e n
and how to rate a horse "an;l
when to go to the front. He prof

its from a mistake, never makes

the same one twice."
A. W. Booker doesn't have to
add that many boy thinking of be-

coming a '(Hockey and a "minion

aire should study the lit and

work of Eddie Arcaro.

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DUST BOWL Dusting at home was never like this for girl Softball players in Washing-

ivh. iitnui( Y m vwt!, v viai sv wi uic naval

mpre as the Comets' Catcher Myrna Murphy

operations team barrels across the plate
inly gropes in the dust to make the tag.

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Enthusiasm Continues To Increase
For Sept. 28 Sid And Boat Races

Enthusiasm continues to in
crease for the beat faces to be
held by the "Club de Yates y Pes
ca de Panama" in the afternoon

of September 28, in the area in

front of the Paseo Balboa.

program will begin
th the great ski ma

GUN CLUB
NOTES

GARY NESS Two-letter 175-

1b. halfback, Junior Class, X3o;presentatives from severa
All-ZonO halfback selection Tj th Canal Zone. Psnar

fast, nara-nuung, iove ium ium-ball,
ball, ium-ball, also two-year member of
Teenage baseball team.

CRISTOBAL
Joe Kueter market his re''irn
to the lists at' the' Cristobal Gun
Club's regular Wednesday after
noon Skeeting on September 10
with an improvement to the gen
era! scoring picture, 12 gauging a
pretty 24 and tickling to death 2li
with his .410. h
Brand new to the game ant
handling a scatter gun for the
first time in 16 years, J. A. Hover
son suitable chilled enough targets
to make his score expensive to
Joe and to justify 'a prediction that
a few more practice rounds will
place him high up among the clay
breakers.
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''
Other good marks of the after
noon:
R. C. Casoova (20-ga.) 24
W. J. Schexnayder (20-ga.) 2:1
M. Keller 23
G. Lopp (20 ga.) 2?
C. F. Hallett 72
F. Chollar 22
C. Hayward (.410) P
W. Johnston (.410) 17
Walter Johnston, range manag
er, stated, "These scheduled se

aions are by no means only to

benefit "regular" of the. club

New shooters are wanted, and are
guranteed all the assistance and

encouragement it is possible to

mve them, even to a choice of .he

guns present with which to short.

Skeat every Wednesday at 4:3;)

p.m.. followed by Trap u ne

light lasts, and registered Trao

shooting on the first Sunday morn
ing of. each month."

Sports Briefs

SUFFERS CRACKED RIBS
0 CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI)Thirri
CINCINNATI (UPI) Third

baseman Don Hoak will be Inst
to the Cincinnati Redlegs for the

remainder of the season, x-rays
disclosed he is sufferina from

three cracked ribs as a result of

a collision with teammate Roy

McMillan on Aug. 10.
INFIELDER SIDELINED
CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI)

Johnny Temple, hustling Cincin

nati Redlegs second baseman, suf

fereci a natrune fracture of a

small bone in his left ankle In
Sunday's first game with San

Francisco and will be out of

action for at least a week.

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840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

With only 10 returning letter
men, coaches Anderson and Ho
rine, will haye a huge job facing
them in rebuilding a temt" denn
their 1957 championship. Heading
the returning lettermen are 1937
A'l Zone selections, halfbacks
Charlie French and Gary Ness M
lowed 1V Quarterback Joe Rey Reynolds,
nolds, Reynolds, EndsnTom Cunningham and
Dave Adams, Tackles Jon Snod
grassand Morgan Schcoch Guards
Charles Rentz and Pete Corrigatj,
and Center -Tony Womble.
The full back slot has two very

eaDable Derformers battling Ur

starting positions, veteran Dick

Scott and newcomer mil cae,
both fast, hard hitting 175 lb. ju

niors. The linemen find sevral

canble competitors in tackles Do

nald Keller, 185 ID. Junior ?nT a
ln Scott, i0 lb. Junior, Guards
James Marshall. 175 lb. Junior and
Jim Price, 195 lb. Junior.

The sports

in Taboga wit

ratnon oeginmng at z:30 0.111
which will end in Panama, in front

of Pefia Prieta at approximately

thirty five minutes afterwards. Ru-

clubs

Panama and

i.oion win participate in tms in
teresting marathon.

j

CHARLES FEENCH Two

letter 170 lb. halfback, Senior

class, 1957 All-Zone halfback
selection, leading ground
gainer in Canal Zone '57 sea

son; fast, shifty, good passer

and field goal kicker.

The end positions find n array
of capable boy pushing for a

starting slot in I iniors Kevin She
ridan and newcomer Douglas Pa

jak. These boys have a huge job

ahead of them, filling the slots

loEt be the graduation of such s"1 1

Inr performers as Mike CrooV,
Gene Burch, Bruce Batemun.

Chuck Douglas and Terry Cotxi
fan and Quarterback Tom Me
Keown.

Following the red-White game
the Bulldog squad will have two
weeks to prepare for the start of

the regular schedule as listed.
mi
albea High School Football

Friday, Sept. 10 Red White

Game Balboa Stadium
Friday, Oct. S Jamboree Mt.
Hone. i

Thursday, Oct. 9 Athletic Club

Balboa Stadium.
Friday. Oct. 17 Junior College,
Balboa Stdlum.
Friday, Oct. 24 Cristobal Hteh

School, Mt. Hope.

Friday. Oct. 31 Junior Co'

leve. Balboa Stadium.

Persons interested In participat participating
ing participating in the ski marathon should con
tact Frank Hjrt, thelephone Bal
boa 2675.

The main event of the boat races

program will be the Presidential

Classic, having a distance of ?5

miles starting from Panama Ta-

bosa-Panama. More than fortv ves

sets' of different sizes 'will parHrin-

ate in this comnefion in the Pa

nama Bay, which has a magnifi

cent view, with lots of fun for big
and small. wl
Tht "Estrella de Panama"
Will Donate Trophy
"Fito" Altamirano DUaue, pro
mincnt emoloye of the "Estrel'a
de Panama". In a convertir,-

held with one of the organizers of
thr races, has offered to donate

a magnificent trbohy to be award
ed in this competition.
Shell Donates Five Cases
The Shell Company, represent
afives in Panama of the oil pro
ducts bearin" that nme. his of

feered to deliver to the "Club de

Yatea y Pesca" five cases. eacH

ronl amine 16 cans of oil for sea

motors, te be awarded as prizes.
Evinrudo Trophy s'
Billy Cardoie, of Cardoze and

undo, representatives in Pma. of

the Evinrude outboard motors ha

promised a troohy to be awared

as a prize to the winners of this
important bhat race.
During all this week In the even
logs, comnetftors for both the boat

races and ski marathon mav be

seen practicing in the Panama

pov hi their boats and on their

skis.

Club, Balboa Stadium.,
Friday. Nov. U Cristobal High
School, Balboa Stadium.

Wednesday, Nov. 26 United
Fund Benefit AH Star Game, Bal
boa Stadium.
Klekoff time for all games will
be 7:00 p.m. I
The Canal Zone public is cor
dially Invited to Balboa Stadium
Friday night Sept. 19 to witness the
Annual Red-White Game. There
will he no admission charge. Kick
off time 7:00 p.m.

Balboa Men's Summer
League
Teams W I
Tivoli Travels 46 lv4
Balboa Beer 46 34
Kent Cigarettes 43 StH,
Zenith Radio 42 47
Pepsi Cola Martini 39 41
Dunlop Tires Hlllman 35 '44'
Scott Atwater 1 34 45
Cafe Duran Blue Star 34 46
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Tivoli 2 Zenith Radios 2,,

Tht Tivoli Travelers regained
first place by the narrowest of
margins, a slim, hairline of one
half point. The Tivolis had their
anxious moments, when at the
end of the first game, the sheets
displayed 831 for the Ztnith an)
830 for the Tivoli, or a on pin
deficit.
This was a cue for the Certified
Public ccountants to take aver,
and after auditing the ten indiv individual
idual individual scores,-the CPAS discovered
an error and the game was given
to the Tivolis by two pins. In the
next game, the Zenith poured it
on with a 52 sticks advantage.

and again in the third session the
Tivoli eked out a seven p!'n
advantage which gave them an
tven split.

Ray Schneider was the big guy

ior me iivons wun a mi series,
and two more Dins in the finale

Ray would have been awardedhc

rnree ot-a-kid" emblem, l,p

cause he had two 181 eames an'l

then a 179 showed up. Next on
the firing line was Bruce Hassler

with 528, and just making it was
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jacK voss wun am. r-or tne zen

iths Joe Burgoon blasted 567, but

the tops for both teams, was the

hapoy 'go lucky bowler, Wick
Wickham. who had two 200 Barnes

and a 579 set; It could not have
happened to a nicer guy.
Duran Blue Star 3
Balboa Beer 1
The fact that tlu Duran Coffel
and Blue Star Milk boys are in
the cellar does not mean thev -irr
a soft touch for any aggregation
in the league. This was best de
monstrated when the D B boys
took on tho league leadinf Balboa,
Beer guzzlers, Desoitai.tte fait
that the doffle'Tnil Creams were
bowling with a blind of 131, they
proceeded to trounce the Beer
Barrels for a count of. 3 to 1,
knocking them put of the lead.
Ted Melanson and Bob Glud
teamed un for the Duran Blue
Star to nlav havoc with. th. nn.

fpositiom Ted- finished up with' 544;

n

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ii

ind Bob was just one stick in art
rears with 543.
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This was Bob's farewell game
beforP leaving for school in New
Mexico. To make matters wOrse,
Bob showed up his pop rolling for
the Balboa gang who missed get
ting into the 500 class. Those who
did make it for BB was Ray Dube
with 506, and Jorge Soto 534.

Scott Atwattr 3 s
Dunlop Hillman 1

The Scott-Atwater motors start.

ed off with a bang up gam of

916, and chalked that on in the

win column. But in the seeon-i

thev fell flat on their far with

a 698 game, and the Dunloo Hill-

man chaps registered that one in

t win column.
The. last came it was a real

tooth and nail match, but the

Scott Atwater took it sir

sticks. For the winners it waa
Lane tfith a 57 set. and for ,he

losers, Bob Barker marked his re

turn to action with 553. and E

Kunkel getting ready for the C.as-

sic ieagu. had a 605 set. which

displayed 211 and 215 games.

Kent Cigarettes 0
Pepsi Cola Martini 4
Kent Cigarettes who were the
leaders for most of the season
better watch out or tlse they are
apt to wind up in fourth place.
They are now only game ahead
of the Zeniths, and with only one

more nignr 10 go.

This week the Rents were tfor.''
victims of the Pepsi Cola MarHni it'ft
mixtures, and all eames were run.

aeays except the last one which
the Pepsi Colas took by 15 maples.
The old pro Pepe Damian, do dominated
minated dominated the field with a 582 which
includtd a 205 game. Ronnie Kins' tna

lhad a good night when he startedVnsH

oh wun a Z343 line, but tapered
off to end with a 556 set. For the
crushed pick of Rents, it was
Sefior Taylor with a 200 game
and 518 series that made the 1
grade. u

AQUATIC GIRL Beatrice Quelquejeu makes a pretty picture
as she cuts through the water on her skis. The 17-year-old
member of the Panama Ski Club has three years of skiing ex experience
perience experience and will be one of the participants In the Sept. 28

water ski and boat racing program.

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Summary

Saturday
NEW YORK Quill moved up
from the rear to win the $64,3',.0
Matron Stakes by three and three three-quarter
quarter three-quarter lengths at Belmont.
ATLANTIC CITY Mrs. Adel' Adel'-Rand's
Rand's Adel'-Rand's Clem upset Round Table
in the one mile and -three sit
teenths $100,000. United Nations
Handicap at Atlantic City.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
. (INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT1 AND PASSENGER SEKYICWI
. JO COLOMBIA,. ECUADOR. PERU AND CHI' E
PIZARRO ............ Sept. 22
M.V. "SANTANDER" Oct. 3
Tf UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE T
S.S. RINA DEL MAR" (20,225 tons)
( Alr-Condltf one?) Sept. 26
c UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "POTOSr i sept. 16
M.V. "SALAVERRY" Sept. 22
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
o n TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "LOCH LOYAL" Sept. 20
S.S. "LOCH AVON" Oct. 2
'' to UKCONTINENT
S.S. "DUrVENDYK" gent 28
S.S. "IDH GARTH'y Oct. 4
SAILINGS SUBJECTTO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
1 TELEPHONES:
tjrbtobal 3-16545 Panama 3-12578 Balboa 2-1905

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SAN FRANCISCO Charh'e Coc
of Oklahoma City whipped 21
year-old Tommy Aaron of Gaines
ville, Ga.. 5 and 4, in the 36 fcol
final for the National Amateur
golf championship.

NAARDEN, Holland Tmek;

Largerberg, a 17-year old Duuh
girl, set a world record for the
200 meter butterfly swim with a
time of 2 minutes, 38.9 seconds.
Sunday
GOTHENBURG, Sweden-Sweden's
In,cmar Johansson, Euro
pean heavyweight champion,
scored a surprising first round

knockout over Eddie Machen jf

aan. rrancisco.
JACKSON, Miss JacHie Pun?
of Hawaii shot a 54-hole total of
220 to take the $5,000 Women's
Colonial golf tournament.
DENVER Tommy" Jacobs wuh

stood a laic surge by Eroi V?
Mer to win (ho $20,000 Centennial

Open oolf tournament with a 14-

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Thursday, Nov. 6 Athletic

undcr par 206.

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER ft,
MOI EIGHT
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Resorts j
Baldwin's furnished apartments
a Santa Start Beach. Telephone
Smith, tjMboa 361
FOSTtf CMtun and laraa
Bejch House One milt part the
Casino Phone Balboa 1866
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cotfaqes
Santa Clara R de P Phone Pa-
J 5-15-' CMST0D3I 310(9.
PFFSONALS
Mia. Mianon lonthe Grant h: Your
visit aceountini; department CASA
ADMIRABLE will be appreciated.
Houses
IOR RENT: Furnished house,
recently paintet, two bedrooms,
living, diningroern, k i t c h en,
maid's room, garage, near to Co Colon
lon Colon Hotel. Via Esparto across from
Radio Mi i mar, white house.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom house, No, 30, 4th Street.
Phone 3-1 80S.
FOR RENT: 3 bedrooms house
in residential section Call 2 2-1486.
1486. 2-1486. During working hours.

International Dance
Festival Set For
Friday At YMCA
Tw M(;pnd annual International
Dance Festival is scheduled for
Friday night at the Balboa
YMCAUSO.
The b-ngram will beein promnt
ly at 7:30 p.m. and is onen to the
public free of charge. No reserv
ations are necessary,
i Mm. Joan Scott, chairman for
t the Dance Festival since its in
ceptionTasl year, predicts thai
this' year's festival will far sui
pass all previous programs on this
tyne. Dave Constable of HOG-YCN.
will be master of ceremonies .ard
Harnett and Dunn will be technt
ral arivixprs.

3 OattJuiijig contributions to th

pesuvalrare expecienwom me iuj
flowing countries: United State,
Panama. United Kingdom, Hoi
land, Ecuador, Hawaii, Clnle
Spain, Mezico, Italy, Costa Rica,
Argentina, andFrance.

The Magic Super Seasoner
AJI-N0-M0T0
I (Monosndlutn Giutarnate)
Available now in the
CanaJ Zone.
I Class.es in Ballet Tap and
1 Toe Taught by
DOROTHY CHASE
will lie resumed In October.
Registration dates to be
! announced later.
Aliens! 15 to Sept. 15
JUFE INSURANCE
,SI S call
' JIM RltKiE
General Agent
(Siwaltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
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LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers lours,
ana nnu iiutci
$180
I; leave every Tues. and Ffi.
F1BANQII: TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-t66r
35 mm Camera
f.1,9 lens.r
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Apqrrments

FOR RENT: Air-conditioned
completely furnished apartment,
in desirable neighborhood. Call
3-4840.
FOR RENT: v Two bedroom
modern apartmen' Cangrejo De Development
velopment Development 'Panama Hotel Neigh Neighborhood).
borhood). Neighborhood). Hot water systemn,
screened, laundry room etc.
Further particulars please call
3-4961 afttr hourc 3-6737 Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Hf
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, furnished, newly
built, in San Francisco. Tel, 3 3-1616.
1616. 3-1616.
FOR : RENT: Furnished one
bedroom, well located, modern,
580.00 monthly. Call 3-1701
or 3-iSni,
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, ''jn 46
street No. 2-6! Fpr information
.oil to TeW 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment.' El Cangrejo,
call 3-4567 office hours.
FOR RENT: Comfortable apart apartment,
ment, apartment, "A" Street, El Cangrejo.
1 1 in front El Panama,
Firemen Puzzled
As Hydrant Spouts
High Test Fluid
ELIZABETH, N. J. (UPI) -Firemen
arrived at a small brush
fire, turned their hoses on it and
watched in astonishment as it
roared ud in'o a sheet of flames.
The..mo-e pressure, they applied
frori ft nearby hydrant, Ihe hot hotter
ter hotter and higher the blaze grew.
Acling Fire Capt. Edward Sisk
was Irea'ed for inflamed eyes and
Capt. Andrew McCabe for a
singed face and neck.
The mystifying fire Saturdiy
was in tfQ-fdot b.'uae) in a! vacant
lot.- -v"v--' -;-
Firemen retreated to another
hydrant hah a mile away and
this- time their hoses quenched
the fire.
Then the men converged on the
first hydrant. Battalion Chief Har Harold,
old, Harold, Grn,afldt looked at the liquid
oozing" from "it, and5 -pronounced it
a "highly flammable" mixture of
gasoline and kerosene.
The building closest to the va
cant hi Is that of ffie Crown Cen Central
tral Central Petroleum Co., which main maintains
tains maintains the hydrant. Said Gernandt:
"Somebody goofed."
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?ABMAriA VAN nR J1S-50 Street No 53 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parq ue Lefevre 7 Street 0 FARMACIA "SAS"-Via PORRAS lli NOVEDADES
ATHIBeide the Befla Vita Thei r. COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amador Guerrero Wo. 14.K1.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: Pontiac "Eight".
1955 two door hardtop Catalina.
Leather upholstery. Excellent
condition. $1175 and can ba
financed. May be seen at Hotel
El Panama garage.
FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury,
sport sedan, 2 tone, leather up upholstery.
holstery. upholstery. C.Z. $1550.00 Pana Pana-nama
nama Pana-nama $1750.00 Today's best
buy. Lot No. 1 Smoot & Part
ds, S. A.
FOR SALE: 1957 Buick Special
4 door hardtop sedan, Dyna, 2
tone, radio, ww tint. C.Z.
$2400.00, Panama $2700.00
Today' best buy, Lot No 2
Smoot & Parade S.. A.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford Falrlant
"500", 4 door hardtop, fully
powered, ad extras. Phone Al Al-crook
crook Al-crook 86-4245
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1956
Fordor sedan, clean, one owner,
call Balboa 2-2642 after 5.30
pirn.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick hard
top coupe, dina power streering,
power brakes, radio, ww tires.
$1600.00, $535.00, down 24
months to pay. Set Jack Wtir,
Smooth & Parades.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Room in new con concrete
crete concrete house. $16.50 per month.
17 Street No. 13, Pueblo Nutvo.
Call Cucalon & Co. tel. 1-3330.
Banished Blubber
Besets Bliss Of
British Bride
EXETER, England (UPI)-Pam-ela
Gant had no dates because
she weighed 238 pounds.
Bricklayer John Endicott liked
her, anyway and proposed. Think Thinking
ing Thinking it would please him, the 21 21-vearold
vearold 21-vearold redheaJJ went on a craslj
qiet and. marcied up the aisle a
trim 38 26 38 instead of h6r old 47 47-35
35 47-35 54.
But now, three months after the
wedding, her new shape has bro broken
ken broken uplheir marriage.
"She is no longer the girl I
asked to marry mc," 23.year old
Endicott sajd. "I" preferred her
plump."
"My life has changed now that
I no longer feel like a barrace
balloon," Pamela said. "Only oid
er men made passes at me. But
being normal has changed every everything."
thing." everything." Looez To Manage
iChisox Next Year
CHICAGO (UPI) A1 Lopez,
who keens nrovinsr there's a place
for a nice guy among successful
baseball managers, said today his
first actiin for 1959 will be to wel welcome
come welcome back his coaching staff.
The genial Chicago white Sox
skipper agreed to manage the
club next year in a five minute
dressinl! room discussion w t h
vice presidents Charles Comiskey
and John Rigney.
It was believed Lopez would
1 receive the estimated $35,000 or
$40,000 he collected for 1958.
Comiskey and Rigney said tney
were pleased with the White Sox
showing this season, despite a
second nlace finish fr off the
pace set by the New York Yan-
kMSi. -j
"Rigney and I are very happy
with the work Lopez has done.
Comiskey said. He did a good job
with what he had."
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Miscellaneous 1 1

FOR SALE: 2-Mve ton air con conditioning
ditioning conditioning units. 1-9 ton air con conditioning
ditioning conditioning unit. Good condition,
good prices. Call Panama 2-2648
Colon 1881.
FOR SALE : Accord ian, Serenel Serenel-li
li Serenel-li (Italian), 1 20 bass-key. Never
used. $200. Telephone 3-5079
after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: Power lawn mower
in excellent condition, used only
four times $50.00 for a $87.50
value machine. 19" Rotor 1957
model Craftmart with Briggs &
Stratton, 4-cyclt 2 h. p. gasoline
engine. Call Coco Sol 573.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Selling "Cafe Bo.
quete" farm in Boquete, on ac account
count account of urgent personal reason,
in center of erf tee farm area,
with residence, car, etc. New
coffee farm yielding 300 quintals
yearly. Rare bargain. Box 3547
or Tel. 3-4037. :.;
FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanisation, across lift Ramon
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 3-2567.
FOR SALE: Rtctntly built
house in Boquete, swiss type,
six bedruom, three services, liv living
ing living room, dining, room and kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, all large rooms, two little
rest parlors, garage and maid's
room in lot of 2,325 square
meters. For information Ave. A
No. 2-28 upstairs or in Boquttt
Alberto Lopex P.
FOR SALE: Wooden House, 4
rooms in Cativa behind Cstholic
Church. Information tame place,
CHUCKLE HEAD
MEN NOT WANffD
NEW YORK Judges in
a nationwide drawing sponsored
by a girdle and bra company
were unable today to explain why,
out of 2,128,658 entry blanks filled
out across the cojrntry, 738 were
submitted by mert,
The 738 males who tried to wir
the prize of a trip to Europe re received
ceived received polite letters informing
them the drawing was strictly for
the girls.
COT HIM COLd"
NASHVILLE, Tenn, (UPI)-The
government feds it has a pretty
good case against William Sidney
Kennedy Jr., charged with filing
false income tax claims.
The indictment notes Kennedy
filed for a refund for 1953, a year
ne spent in the Tennessee Stale
Penitentiary.
DIDN'T NEED TO LOOK FOR
SENKCJA. Ill, fUPI) PoliC"
combed the town during the week
end for Mel Heide's car but late
Sunday he called them back and
said never mind, he'd found it.
Heme and his neat door neigh neighbor
bor neighbor have identical cars. The neiah
bor forgot he left, his own car
downtown Saturday and absent-
mindedly stepped Into, Heide's.
Heide found the car in his neigii-
Dor s anveway.
EPIDEMIC STILL RACING
TOKYO (UPI) -At least 2.250
persons have died in the sleeping
sickness epidemic raging in Japan
and the Republic of Korea for
more than two months, according
to unofficial repdrts yesterday.
Health authorities in Seoul esti
mated that 6,041, persons have
been sticken fcy. tie brain d un
aging disease, known as encepha
litis, while Japanese welfare min
iistry reported the number of un
connrmeri cases totaled 3,613 on
Sept. 6. Thus far, about 1,400 per
sons Have died in Korea. The num
oer of deaths in Japan was ec'li
maiea at sau.
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Currrnt Kalr Available In
Insurrit Amrrlcan Savings
Asam
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INSURED TO $10,000
hy a U.S. (Hvt. Aarnry
OrFICES I IIHODCHOUT THE
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Home Articles

FOR SALE: 1 dining table, 4
chairs, excellent condition. Rio
Abajo 1 3th Street No. 2224.
FOR SALE: 21" R.C.A. T.V.,
$195.00. Call Balboa 3694..
FOR SALE: New fully auto automatic
matic automatic washer RCA, Whirlpool
supreme model, used only 3
months in States, 60 cycle only,
all attachment see at 241 8-B
First Street Cocoli, C.Z. after
4:30 p.m. "jKft.)
FOR SALE: Dresser, 2 night
tables, library table, buffet step step-stool,
stool, step-stool, 3 reed chairs, 5 dining
room chairs, dropltaf utility kit kitchen
chen kitchen table, 2 Rattan chairs, va vacuum
cuum vacuum cleaner, Hallicrafttr speak speaker,
er, speaker, artificial leather rocking
chair, hassock, (couch with
cover, back and extra cover),
all rugs, work bench table, din dining
ing dining table with adjustable laaft,
4 rocking chairs, swivel ejptttk,
2 beach chairs. At home morn-'
ingi. 1512-A, Aket IstiMtM
Ttlcphont 2-4344.,
FOR SALE: 1 king sisa bed
1 with inner spring mattress) 6
months old, 1 apartment sixe
stove, 2 months eld, f baby crib"
and mattress. Bud R. Partridge
Calls "K" El Cangrejo, Apart Apartment
ment Apartment No. 2, telephone 3-7730.

Canal Zone Short Course

Junior
Roeiilte nf Cnnal 7nna Khnrt I
Course Swimming Junior Olym Olympics;
pics; Olympics; (All distances are yards.)
Beys 10 years and under
25 F.S. 1. John townsetid 2.
Andy .Tacibson 3. James Collins
and Andrew Marczakj (tie). Time:
:14.2 :
25 Back 1. John Townsend 2.
Andy Jacobson 3. Duncan Sum Sum-merford.
merford. Sum-merford. Time: i!8.5
25 Butterfly 1. John Townsend -2.
Duke Wilson 3. James Hud Hud-gins.
gins. Hud-gins. Time: :15.4
25 Breast 1. Kevin Yocum 2.
James Hudgins 3. Jody Summer Summer-ford.
ford. Summer-ford. Time: :22.4
J00 Ind. Med. 1. Jody Summer Summer-ford
ford Summer-ford 2. Duncan Summerford 3.
Andy Jacobson. Time: 1:36.3
100 F.S. Relay 1. Harned, Les Les-siack,
siack, Les-siack, B r e n n a n, Mallahan 2.
Aiuglit, Olinge. Folsom, MciJIena-
ghafl 3. Rhodes, D. Martin, S.
Martin, Rooney. Time: 1:09.6
11 end 12 years
50 F.S. 1. Martin Holmes 1. Hen
ry Shirk 3. Richard VanLoon.
Time: :28.5
100 F.S. 1. Martin HolrtMrl l
Henry Shirk 3. Roafk Stffnmer-
ford. Time: 1:07.5 1
50 Back 1. Henry Shirk 2
Richard VanLoon 3. Jerry Mann.
Time: :36.8
50 Butterfly 1. Martin Holmes-2.
Jerry Mann 3. Richard Dugan.
Time: :35.9
50 Breast 1. Richard Dugan 2.
Roark Summerford 3. Richard
VanLoon. Time: : 45.3
200 Ind. Med. 1. Roark Summer
ford. Time: 3:22.2
13 and 14 yeers
50 F.S. 1. Harry VanLoon 2i
Gordon Boswell 3. James Man
ning. Time: :Z7.3
loo Js. l. a a r ry VanLoon.
Time: 1:02.9
200 F.S. 1. Harry VanLoon 2.
Tom Dugan. Time: 2:31.4
100 Back 1. James Manning 2.
Gairth Feeney Time: 1:24,2
100 Bulterfly 1. Tom Dugan 2.
James Manning. Time: 1:12.7
100 Breast 1. Tom Dugan 2. Gor Gordon
don Gordon Boswell 3. Sam Witkin, Time
1:27.6
200 F.S. Relay 1. Boswell, Fee Fee-ney,
ney, Fee-ney, Denton, Witkin. Time: 2:05.0
15 end H yean
50 F.S. 1. David Muller. Time:
:31.9
100 Butterfly 1. Gerry D e t or e
Time: 1:23.3
200 Breast 1. Gerry Detore.
Time: 3:12.2
200 Ind. Med. 1. Gewy Detore.
Time: 3:27.5
100 F.S. 1. David Muller. Time:
1:20.0
Girls
10 and under
25 F.S. 1. Linda Benton 2. Ju
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Time: :15.3
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ATTiNNflON! WEST BANK
Ann Lattin School of Dancing
will re-open September 16th
3:30 Co 5:30. Cocoli Clubhouse
Ingpaer, phono Balboa 2-4415.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Experienced cook.
Must sleep in sdsf have gaaef
references. Call 3-1891 Sunday
morning. Five to ssvsn p.m.
ether days.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: IS, h.p. outboard
Mercury, perfect condition. Call
Gamboa 6-206.
Wonted to Buy
Want to buy one Clam Shell, 38
or Vk cubic yard, in good condi condition.
tion. condition. For offers call 3-4542.
OIL WELL COMPLETED
NEW YORK (UPI) Gulf Oil
Corp. announced completion of a
discovery well in Tom Green
County, Texas, 12, miles southeast
ot &an Angeio. The weir has been
completed for a calculated nrn
duction potential of 542 barrels
daily.
ics Results
2ft Back 1. Judv Redmond 8
Barbare Lewter 3. Bebe Hnl
Time: :18.1
25 Butterfly 1. Linda Renrlnn
Lillian Thomas 3. Jane Wilson.
Time: :20.8 MS
25 Breast 1. Lillian Thnma ?
Judy Redmond 3. Chrlntinn Haas.
ler. Tima: :23.1
100 Ind. Med. 1. Linda Benl.nn-a.
Jane Wilson Time: 1:36.2
11 and 12 yeers
50 F.S. 1. Rose Marv Rparrlnn.?
Nancy Chadwick 3. Conchita
mraves. Time: :31.fi
100 F.S. 1. Chrislina Votrt i
Susan Shirk 3. Gail Alhrittnn.
Time: 1:27.1 :
50 Back 1. Nancv Chadwick 2
Mary Dignam 3. Conchita Graves
lime: :.&
50 Butterfly 1. Carolyn Camby.
aiipe: :o2.4
50 Hreast 1. Rose Tfpaivlnn 9
Christina Vogt-3. Conchita Gravesi
Ilpr :45.f
200 Ind. Med. 1. Christina Vost
Rose Reardon 3, Gail Albritton.
Time:. 3:29
F.S. Relay' 1. C. Camhv A Me
Andrews, S. Glass, V. Kosan.
nme: i.u'4,4
' 2,. C. V
s4. mm;
S. Rhodes, P. Clarke,
'' 13 end 14 yeers
50 F.S. 1. Chafrlene Graves 2.
Grace Figueroa 3. Terry Dunn.
Time: :29.0 v
100 F.S. 1. Margaret Mah'oney -2.
Jeannie Walker 3. Terry Dunn.
Time: 1:12.4
100 Back 1. Jeannie Walker.
Time: 1:28.3
100 Butterfly 1. Helen George.
Time: 1:36.0
100 Breas 1. Margaret Mahoney
2. Pamela Theriot 3. Donna
Oleen. Time: 1:31.7
200 Ind. Med. 1. Helen George
2. Donna Oleen Time: 3i35.8
200 Med. Relay 1. H. George G.
Figueroa, P. Theriot, C. Graves.
Time: 2:30.0
2. J. Walker, J. Herring, C. Mo Mo-rency,
rency, Mo-rency, T. Dunn.
200 F.S. Relav 1. M. Mahinev
G. Figueroa. P. Theriot. C. -Graves
Time: 2:02,4 (New C. Z. record)
a ana yeers
50 F.S. 1. Carolyn Holmes. Time
28 9
100 F S. 1. Carolvn Rslmm
Time: 1:04.8
200 F.S. 1. Carolvn Hnl m e
Time: 2.39.2
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
Unlled Stales District Court for the
District of the Canal Zone
Division of Balhoa
James H. Johnson, Plaintiff va. Ruth
A. Johnson. Defendant. Summons Case
No. 4741. Civil Docket Action for
divorce.
To the ahovr-nnmed defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed In the
above-entitled action vilthln ninety days
after the first date of publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken
against you ly default for the relief
or manner! in the complaint.
witness the Honorable Uullirie F.
Cmwe. Judge, United States District
Court for th District of the Canal Zone,
this September a. iwm.
Sara de la Pena
Clerk.
(Seal)
t. ny i trs K. Harrison,
Chief Deputy Clerk,
To Ruth A. Johnson:
The foresolnf is served upon you by
publication to the order of the Honor Honorable
able Honorable Guthrie f. Crowe. JudSC United
States District Court for the District of
the Canal Zone, dated September 5.
1B5S and entered and filed in this action
In the office of the Clerk of said United
States District Court for the Division
of Balboa oil September 5, IMS.
Sara de la rent,
Cleric i
By 11 AA r.. Harrison,
Chief Deputy Clerk.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
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OX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Three room office
suite, 48 m2 available imme immediately
diately immediately in the Panama Insurance
Co. fctstjr. across from Hotel El
Panama Hilton. Airconditioning,
, electricity, elevator, janitor and
night watchman service, drink drinking
ing drinking fountain, restrooms. Coffee
shop in building. See or phona
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nama Panama Insurance Co. 3-0136.
FOR RENT: Office space, two
and three rooms suites available.
Automobile Row. Phone 3-6855.
FOR RENT: Site for offices,
stores or warehouses, adjoining
new Railroad Station "Q" Strttt,
opposite Stadium. Tel. 3-6940.
-Good eWm k skid
undress. Must have references,
health certificate, tlaap in. Phona
3-6579 Panama.
PanAm Airw
iVi Hour Jet
New York To Paris
LONDON (UPI) Pan Ameri
can World Airways will open the
first American commercial trans
atlantic iet service on Oct. 26, it
was announced yesterday.
Willis G. Lipscomb, Pan Am
vice president said that daily
flights of the Boeirig 707 four jet
airliner would begin then between
New York, Paris and Rome. New
York to London service vvas
slated for Nov. 16.
The announcement said the W
would cut flying time between
New Yorki and Parisx to sfVW
hours, four hours and35 mimUrs
faster than the scheduled time for
(hp fastest piston Diane in opera
tion at present, the Douglas
DC7C.
A Pan Am Boeinsr 707 jet air
liner flew from New York last
Tuesday on, a test flight ,and fa;
noise tests at the London ..airport
It flew a similar breaking ia test
run to Paris later in the ween
Pan Am with its 707 and the
British Overseas .Airway Corp.,
with its Comet IV jets are run
nine, neck and necld m competition
to open the :;Tatlaritic jet serv-
"race.'!
The first BOAd Comet flights'
from Iodpn. to iMew yorK were
understood to be, fanned: for Nov.
14 Mosfe-rJeiMWfteifli announce announcements,
ments, announcements, however said they would
begin "At. the beginning of De
cember."
Public Premiere
0( Sports Reels
At JWB Tomorrow
On Wednesday. Sept; 17, the
first nubile showing on the
isthmus of orlze sport reels will
he shown at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center be-
ginnln gat 7:30 p.m. There Is no
admission charge. ;
"Th Melbourne Olympic,
the latest world Olympics held
in Australia. Is the main feature
and presents outstanding shots
of athletic action ia tne many
and varied events.
"Winning with the Yankees-"
is a second feature which will
serve a purpose for the old ath athletic,
letic, athletic, fan and the youne "aficio
nado." The reel introduces us to
th mnri whb iiave made the
Yankees the wlnnlngest team
and then proceeds to snow me
Don Larsen no-hit no-run game
In the World Series.
A possible addition Is the real
"Offensive lay of the Univer
sity of Kentucky," always a rea
hot team arid contender fo
rhftmnibtifihlDS.
Servicemen, their dependents
and the residents of the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama are cordially invited to at
tend the films.
CZ Grid OH Hals
.
Meeting Tonight
Canal Zona ItValbsll officials
will hald their first maatlnci
this saason toniqht at 7:W tha
Kites Home in Balboa (La Boca
Ro"d'- ., ,
There will ba a t1nle conduct conducted
ed conducted by officials for all interested
persons wha daslra to officiate.
Card holders are welcome to attend.

WANTtD

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CAREER OPORTUNITY at
Canal Zone representative tor
leading life insurance company.
Man wa task it probably mar married,
ried, married, between 25 and 40, doing
wsll at present job, yet some somewhat
what somewhat impatient with progress.
While applicant need not hava
life insurance experience, he will
need ambition, determination
Spits ire to serve others as well
as himself. To this man ws offer
a permanent position, unlimited
earning potential, pension at 60.
We offer independence of own
business, vet affiliation and sua-

port of large international finan
cial firm. We supply training and
proven helps to locate buyers tnd
make sales. For interview phona
Panama 3-7132 (Mornings
cntv).
SB-x-a
SERVICES
T.V., radio. Hi-Fi, tra
repairs. Call William Shirley.
Phone Panama 2-5111.
SKINDIVERS: We can new fill
your tanks. 1500 let. pressure
for $2.00 Service Charts. Re Re-member
member Re-member tee we have only the
finest Italian equipment with
NORTHILL LUNGS.
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W"J" St. !3A-30
' Tel. 2.1905
TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
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You get services the tame day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
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Protect your heme end proper.,
ty asainst intact d a m a fl e.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency er monthly budget
basis. Telephone P rente Service,
Panama 3-7977 er Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Prompt service
Fair prices
Boston Technicians
30 years in electronics
MOrHS GUARANTEE ON
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EGYPTIAN AID RESUMED
.IftURO (UPI)-.More road-buili
ujg and, repair equipment has h
rived Is -tha EBvotian nart nf th
Wtomtfl Republic in a n
jpPllpi aid under a 13
ElypOsW.S. agreement. A Jhi
ment which arrived last week ws
the second since aid was resume
last month. The 1955 pact was ft
40 million dollars in U.S. aid ft
road building, water systems at
public health. More than .to mi
Hon dollars had been given befoi
tne 1956 Suez crisis when the ai
was halted.
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fleac story on page 7
Emergency Down Hew Sf Judge As .
Second
ndisturbed Little Rock

No
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male any move to break the integration impasse and a U.S. District Judge said the
proEects for immediate Federal action are so dim he iSjIeaving Little Rock.
"There is no emergency dawn here' Federal Judge lohn E. Miller aid. "We will
just have to let nature take its course.
I "I think haste sometimes creates more trouble than it remedies. That's just my
own country idea."
1 Judge Miller handed down tjp,orfnql Little Rock desegregation order three
veals ago. I
Gov. Orval E. Faubus, who ordered tittle Rock's four schools closed yesterday,
apparently had nothing immediate in .mind .either.
The schools entered their second day of gubernatorial closure with complete
ordjer today.
W There were. $vn fewer students around than yesterday, because the school
board banned all extracurricular activities, such as football, band practice and pep
squad meetings, last night until the closure problem is solved.
The board cast about for a stopgap means of teaching 3470 students who can't
attend classes.

Negroes are enrolled, as would oe of 3.470 students stayed at home,
the case i Norfolk and Arlington Neither the Department of Jus Jus-County,
County, Jus-County, other areas where inte tice nor the National Assnmiier.

are sun penning

10he South used its 'Hast resort'
to -prevent public school Integra
tion yesterday at Little Ro"lf
Ark., and Front Royal, Va.
But in Florida, a Mgro broke
precedent by enrolling without
incident or Ware in tho. main
ate university at Gainesville
When the Supreme Court first
let in motion the complex ise
legation machinery in 1954 tne
South began setting up a. legs!
"defense in depth" designed to
delay: class mixing for years.
As "last resort,' the plan ef

I trie called tor Shutting down

white public stnoo! systems

admiring Negroes to

Tntim

to

knd new. the South seems

have run out the string.
School closing was incorporated
insa standby legislation in sever
al states early in tHe crisis bur
only recently in Virginia where
it ii part of Goy. J. Lindsay A1
mmid's "massive resistance pi'0
Only a few "newspapermen aan
teachers went to Warren County
Bum School yesterday in Front
Boyal. Va It was tho first school
closed by state direction.
Two schools facing integration
to, Charlottesville, Va., also failed
ajlwi. "v t
3M tHtir opening was delayed
ponding a final decision in ft ft-,
, ft-, deral circuit court in Baltimore
ua admission of 12 Negro stud-

Chief Judge Simon E. Sobel Sobel-off
off Sobel-off has already ordered the No No-go
go No-go admitted but the city h
staking a stay.
Under the state law, the
schools also would be closed if

aration cases

Arlinaton schools were allowed

to open en a segregated basis hut

the Norfolk e asses are not dut'

to hegin until next' week.
There were no incidents at
Little Rock although Faubui
said the presence of 150 U. S.
deputy marshals had stirred the
people to "cold fury,
Statp nolice were out on "tent

ative alert" to help local office) s

keen order if neenen.
George Henry Starke Jr., of Or
lanrio. Fla.. 27. signed uo for

freshman law at the University of
Florida under a U. & Supreme

Court ruline ordering the admis

sion of qualified Negroes. Most
white students paid him little at

tention. ' -, ,t,,:.C .,(.(;
Starke wnT start attending class classes
es classes next Monday with some I2.npn
students. It was Known a Negro

was to be admitted but Sstarke s

idenvity was not revealed until be

came to trie campus.

But Faubus emphasized that

Arkansas state police will not help

with integration. He said tne lour

schools, including Central, last

year's integration battleground,
may not be reopened until an Oct
7 special election.
Faubus closed the schools In
the face of U. S. Suprem
Court order to irttegriteA them
because, he said, letting a bo it i
10 Negroes in would set off viol violence.
ence. violence. The schools Central, Hall
High, Little Rock Tech and
Horace Man (Negro) closed f
8 a.m. in complete calm. A tntal

ATTENTION

Tho nriro nffnrnrl bv tha CENTRAL THEATRE

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' for the raffle during the month of August, a round
trip to Europe, Via Avianca, plus $500 in cash will
.baj delivered Tomorrow, Wednesday, at 11 a.m. be before
fore before Notary Public Alberto Barsallo. The fortunate

Winner of this valuable prize is Miss Luisa Dalphy,
employe of the Compania Panamena de Fuerza y Luz
in Colon who will present the winning ticket 4117
corresponding to the numbers of the first prize of
the National Lottery drawing of Sunday. Septem September
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THE MANAGEMENT.

for the Advancement of Colored
People did anything to force Fau Faubus
bus Faubus to reopen them.
U. S. District Judoe John E.
Miller did convene the Federal
grind lury. It will be available
to consider immediately any
Federal criminal law violation
arising out of attempts at Integration.

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Teenage Teddy Boys Get Four Years
For Roughing Up 5 London Negroes
: 7 LONDON, Sept. 16 (yp)Nine teenaged "Teddy boys" were sentenced to four
years jail yesterday for sayage attacks on five colored men during what they call called
ed called "a nigger-hunting expedition."
The sentences imposed in famed Old Bailey court Were by far the most severt
yet handed down in connection with the ugly race riots which erupted late last month
irf London's tough Netting Hill district.
The court was told that the attack by the nine boys Aug. 24 sparked the bottle bottle-throwing
throwing bottle-throwing race riots which kept London in an uproar for nearly a week.
Justice Sir Cyril Salmon also indicated his court would be as stem or sterner

any case that came before him in the future.

AF?TER HEARING THE NEMS Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus
holds up a restraining hand is he talks to newsmen after learn, learn,-ing
ing learn,-ing tfeat the Suprjeme Court h&d; ordered the Little Rock School
Board to proceed with integration at Central High Scl
Faubus' only comment on the ruling was, "That was not uh
expected."

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The youths seven of them
17 years old, one 18 and one 20
h-set out early in the morning
hf Aug. 24 armed with iron bars
fcr "a niggerhunting expedi expedition."
tion." expedition." They went fcv car to the flot flot-ttnjE
ttnjE flot-ttnjE Hill district and attacked
five .Negroes at random with
''iron bars and other weapons."
AU of the victims were taken
to hospitals but have recov recovered.
ered. recovered. Justice Sir Cyril Salmon told
th youths at yesterday's trial:
"Irou nine men formed your

selves into "a gang and set out

on a, cruel and vicious manhunt,
"You armed yourselves with
iron bars and' other weapons
and 'your quarry was any man,

provided there were not more
than two of them together,

whose skin happened to be a

different color from your own.
"During that night you sav savagely
agely savagely attacked five peaceful,
law-abiding citizens," the judge
said.

"You knew nothing about

them whatever except that their

skin happened to be of a color
tf which apparently you did not

approve... 1
"You are a minute and in insignificant
significant insignificant section of the pop population
ulation population who have brought
shame upon the district in
which you live and have filled
the whole nation with horror,
indignation apdrsgliSt.'?
Salmon issued -V Bench war-

"amaiement and surprise,? h
said, but the reaction to the
marshal is "cold fury".

Howjdid he think the "cold;
f urjr"? will express itself
' -fKBtriuik'- i 9 ' :
"That's what I am alarmed
about and why I called the Legis
lature into special session and

said.

Dr. Hale-. Alford of the Little
Rock school board nroposed tha:
the city's high school teachers u;e
three telt'ision stations to teach
students at home.
AH three stations expressed a
favorable reaction. The school
board has not approved Alford's
clan.

Reporter, asked Faubtis- at a 'closed the schools," he

mews conference how he compared
the feeling of the people of 'Little
Rock over the sending in of ibd
deputy marshals with feeling last
year over the sending of 1.000 par paratroopers
atroopers paratroopers to enforce the integra
tion of Central.
"My conviction U that th
fooling of the people is much
stronger this year," he sadi.
They mat the troops with

Mayor Warner Knoop asked
Faubus for the help of state troop-,
crs if city police can't suppress
disorder.
Faubus said he granted the re request
quest request only because city authorities
made it"crystal clear" that their
police will have nothing to do with
forcible integration.

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answer to charges stemmlni
from the race riots.

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STOCKHOLDERS MEETING

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ciai stockholders meeting tij
mm VJuaeiiu Gold Mining
has been postponed until Sept. S
becawe of a lack of a quorum
The meeting had been called
vote on ithe proposed acquisifirn
of Fletcher Aviation Corp
tihrofjp an exchange of stock, :
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Arnold Picker

FILM EXECS Arnold Picker, vice-presiaeni m cnarge o

foreign distribution for United Artists Corp. arrives nere wiis

evening accompanied by Aiirea .aiz, general suicigu Balcs
manager of the company. Picker and Katz .will be ,in Panama
several days to outline the future sales policies on forthcoming
productions which include "Kings Go Forth." "The Vikings,
"The Big Country," "The Defiant Qnes" "God's Little Acre'
"I Want To Live," "La Parlsienne," "Ten 'Seconds To Hell,"
"The Devil's Disciple" and others. Participating in these Meet Meetings
ings Meetings at this time will be Alvaro Rey of Colombia, Stanleys Day

of Venezuela, Felipe Verano of Peru, Tony Forrester; of Trinidad,
Ellas Barberls of Chile, and Arthur Ehrlich of Panama.

IN HIGH SPIRITS Thiirgobd Marshall (left), chief counsel for the NAACP, embraces his
associate, Wily Brantoh,. in Washington after the Supreme Court ordered Little Rock's Cen Cental.
tal. Cental. High School to integrate "immediately."
Federal Authorities Counting On Parents
Wanting Good Education For Their Children

WASHINGTON,; Sept. 16
(UPD Federal authorities ate

cdunting heavily on everyday
human factors to play a major
part in moving the South to to-ward
ward to-ward solution of school integra integration
tion integration problems:
The basic factor they see is
! the desire of most parents for
a good education for their

children.
They think school

as. end of the old school vear until

one month after the start of the

new school year.
What happens to working
mothers who bank heavily in
the September-lo-June period
on their youngsters spending
Most of the day lh school?

In some Southern states legis-

today I CENTRAL

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SAL MINEO has a real film family, and the other
three members of it appear with him ift "DINO,"
in which he has the title role. In this film, Joe De De-Santis,
Santis, De-Santis, for the fourth time, is playing his father; for
the third time, Penny Santos is cast as his mother,
and for the second time, Pat De Simone is cast as
his mother.

UDI

will cause questions such

these to be pondered: i
!aWhat happens to the college
entrance qualifications of a high
school senior if his school Is
'closed by state law for a con considerable
siderable considerable period to avoid racial
integration?
What happens to teacher pay
when the schools -are closed?

Most' public school teachers. lative orovision has been marie

Closures1 don't draw paychecks from the j for reopening closed public

schools as so-called private in
stltutions. ;
How are these to be financed
if they are-to be truly private?
Will contributions by the par parents
ents parents be based on the size of
their incomes, as in the case of
income taxes, or will they have
to pay on a per pupil basis?
What hanpens to the school
lunch program, subsidized In
part by the Federal govern government?
ment? government? The same question can be
raised concerning school con construction
struction construction where Federal money
is helping to foot the bills.
Goyjrrment policy-makers
disclaim any idea of a Feder Federal
al Federal economic offensive against
communities whose schorls are
closed in the Integration fight.
T'hese officials, however, were

firmly convinced that the an-
swers to their questions would
come front within the school
I districts involved from the

parents whose kids will be rat rattling
tling rattling around loose with nothing
to do.
"The Federal government,"
said one eminent official, "has
two real interests in this
whole matter seeing to H
that there is equallt. under
law, and that orders of the
Federal courts are upheld in
a legal, orderly manner.
"But quite aside from these
two highly important consider considerations,
ations, considerations, I just don't believe there
are many parents who, for long,
would support any action depriv depriving
ing depriving their children of' an education."

TOMORROW
CENTRAL

ALAN LADD as Lieutenant Alec Austen, the most
exciting role of hie career, arrives at the CENTRAL
Theatre in Warner Bros "THE DEEP SIX." The
handsome actor, one of all-time favorites of the
screen world, portrays the part of a naval officer on
combat duty in the Aleutian Islands during World
War. II.

BALBOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17

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Starring James CRAIG
Audrey TOTTER

OPENS
TOMORROW!

AN ADVENTURE

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