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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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TOURIST FLITES
HOMEWARD aod
AN INDEP6NDEH1 MM NEWSPAPII
to RIO
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PANAMA, R.P. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1958 1 1 1
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MffejSlDENT CUTS RIBBON President Ernesto
inaugurate the new Upjohn Overseas Corp. he
Shown with the President here are: Panama
Camilo Levy Salcedo. acting foreign minister M
qun Colon Gov"' Jose M. -Gonalez, Minister of
Colon Secret Ptilice chief Carlos Cells and the
ceremony yesterday, Dr. E. Glfford Upjohn, or
is on the isthmus for the opening of the new
Vasco Nunez de, Balboa medal by President d

Victim Kicked In Pants,

H m m Mill
rciiuw

k I'twor0 three
times was ordered to pay $225
Samages, .yeateroay to nis vic victim.
tim. victim. Judge Guthrie F. Crowe,
described the kicking as a vi vinous
nous vinous act, ?',-, W
Had toe defendant, Frank
Henry Archibold, 58 confined
his activities to kicking the
seat of his colleague's pants,
all might have been well, but
he also punched him in the
face and broke his law.
. The victim was Uriah C.
Martinez, 51, who claimed $800
Rotary To Visit
Brewery Tomorrow
Members of the Panama Rota
-y Club will bold their weekly
luncheon meeting tomorrow at4he
Cei'-veceria-i-Naciohal plant on the
Trans-Isthmian highway Where
Hipv will be guests of the brewe
ry for lunch and a guided tour, of
tt faculties.'
The Rotarians will gather at
the main office building at noon.
Several members of the. club
wU be at the entrance to the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama Hilton where the
ciub Usually convened to meet
and Offer rides to visiting ,K i
rians who desire to attend this
week's gathering.
OF KIN The lone
and short of th Umdon ioo's
affe situation is taken care of
proud mama Maud and her
l tan. John. The hahv val
ued at $2,800, was on display
for the first time.

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auMuknicio at the

businessman Felipe Motta, chief of protocol
ariano Oteiza, Free Zone manager Everardo Du-
GOvernment and Justice Max Heurtematte,
President's personal bodyguard. During the
esident of the Upjohn pharmaceutical firm who
headauarters, was decorated with the Order Of
t & Guardia.

Deckhand Collects $225

.for pain
ring and me-
1 ai1!-
owlnjjr tc
i Jaw.
A doctor sAld wen iie exa examined
mined examined Martinea about a month
after the incident, he had dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty in masticating hard
food. The jaw had set by itself.
Speed Dictation
Practice Course
To Be Given At JC
A course in sperd dictation
practice will be offered this se
mester in the Extension Division
of the canal Zone Junior col-
.tege. ,
The class is expected to ap appeal
peal appeal especially to, stenographers
who wish to regain their ability
to take dictation at a high rate
of speed. It should also be of in interest
terest interest to those who destre to fur
ther their stenographic train
ing. '?
The class wlM be conducted by
Lyons of the Jlunior College fa
culty and will meet for one hour
each Monday and Thursday.
Mimeoeranhed material instead
of textbooks will be used for
those writing Gregg shorthand
but students using othe- short
hand systnxr will also find the
course of value.
Although no rbllPge credit will
be offered, students completing
the course will receive a certl
ficate certifying the speed at
tained.
Preliminary registration will
be held at the Junior College
building on Monday 22 from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The course will
ibc offered only if at lepst ten
students register t that time.
Threat To Bomb
House Of Commons
LONDON (UP1) A 20th Cen Century
tury Century Guy Fawkes 'hreatenerl to today
day today to blow up the House of Com Commons.
mons. Commons. Police surrounded 'he ancient
Parliament building on the
Thames River.
A first search failed to turn up
any bomb.
The threat to blow up the seat
of British government was made
in unsigned letters sent to the
War Office, Air Ministry and sev several
eral several London newspapers.
The writer said the house would
be blown up between 5 p.m. and
8 p.m. today.
The threat has a famous paral parallel
lel parallel in English history. Known as
the "gunpowder plot," that threat
wai a plan to destroy the king
and the houses of Lords and Com Commons
mons Commons in revenge for the penal
laws against Roman Ca holies.
As Guy Fawkes, the agent of
the conspirators, was about to set
off barrels of gunpowder placed
under the House of Lords, he was
seized on Nov. 5, 1605.

Jr.. cuts the ribbon to formally

wotuu net 4one yesterday.
Hit In Jaw
It would
nufhent ifritat
tlaz told
i'. iK-itomeone ?in the
en the defendant
started kicking hlm,. ffbm be behind
hind behind nd shit him TrW-the face.
He rain ttr the PoHce with
Archibold j chasing him. When
he confronted defendant later
with PbMce oftfcers, defendant
again kfcked him from the
front arw was arrested hd
later fijied $kj in Cristobal
magistrates Court for battefv.
Archibold admitted kicking
me .piainiur dui aeniea Hav Having,
ing, Having, punched him in the face
Archibold's attorneys David
Robles, claimed there Was no
corroboration of the punching
but the judge said he found it
difficut to bellve1 that the
plaintiff would break Jus own
jaw after the incident just to
maxe a ciaim.
"I think he was lniured by
reason of this other man's
anser," said the judge. He
warned both parties, who work
in the same crew, against
further fights, qtherwtoe one of
tnem might find serious cri
minal charges against himself.
Suez Doesn't Know
Whether All Ships
Will Pay Surcharge
PORT SAID (UPI) w.A 3 per
cent surcharge went into effect on
buez Cnal oi"' la ay. io nay
for the UnHed Nations operation
which cleared the waterway
There was some doubt whether all
shins would homr it.
Canal officials said they nad 30
orders to bar ships which refused
to pay the surcharge. They, did not
know, in most cases, whether the
money had been paid or not.
Their duty was to list the ships
passing through t h e Waterway
along with the amounts paid in
tolls and report to the B a n a u e
Be.'ge at Alexandria, agent for the
Brussels name which is acting as
United Nations agent for collect
ing the surcharge.
Several banks outside the United
Arab Republic are qualified to col
let: the surcharge. None of the 24
Mnps which entered the Canal at
Suez in a northbound convoy to
day paid tne surcharge in the
U.A.R.
American export lines advised
its agents that the United States
government would handle the sur
charce. I was believed the Nor
1 wegian government was doing the
same for Norwegian ships.
I The Gamal Eddine Leheita Co..
agent here for most Communist
bloc ships, said it had Bot re
ceived instructions on the sur
charge and until word arrived it
would pay only normal lolls
The Danish Basse Shipping Co.,
advised canal authorities it would
not pay the surcharge.
The canal was blocked by ships
scuttled in it riurin? the Anglo Anglo-Franco
Franco Anglo-Franco Israeli military opera-
lions in figypi in the fall of 1956.

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SEVERAL POLITICAL pow
wows were reported here yester
day concerning statements at
tributed to four cabinet minis
ters during a weekend visit to
David.
Several newspapers speculated
that some resignations might be
forthcoming among the cabinet
ministers in the light of a re
port from the opposition Liber Liberal
al Liberal Party that President de la
Guardia had assured them that
he did not agree with the state statements
ments statements allegedly made by the
Ministers.
However, the President and
his cabinet met yesterday in a
regular session, which was said
to have been conducted in a cor
dial and normal manner.
Student leaders met yesterday
and agreed to form a National
Civic Committee on which would
be teachers and worker in ad
dition to students.
The student leaders also a a-greed
greed a-greed on a plan which they said
would aid In the ''demilitariza ''demilitarization"
tion" ''demilitarization" of the National Guard.
The plan Includes the formation
rtf a nrnvlnrial nnlifo fnrr-P- a I-
w r a-v i bwmaw v ha
so a self-governing presidential
guara ana secret ponce. Ac According
cording According to the plan, the chiefs
nf a thrpp erouDS won d taKe
orders directly from the Presi
dent.
Commerce and Agriculture
Minister Alberto Boyd declared
yesterday that their would be no
"odious distinctions' between
foreigners and Panamanians at
the new Taboga hotel for which
invitations for bids mug.m
mnmHMl vaeterrtav
Boyd said the hotel would be
built at the site that has been
at rrafle warrants n
ooms on the "platform" of
e present La Restinga hotel at
Taboga will be maintained.
wwnur v rates, Boyd
sttfa they will be within reach'
of everyone In' accordance with
the policy of building up the
tourist trade rher than engag engaging
ing engaging in a "lucrative busines3.B
sor
Takes Cancer Drug
Before Oral Surgery
iJMICAGO (UPI) Dr. Andrew
C. Ivy, a leading exponent of the
controversial "cancer drug" kre kre-biozen,
biozen, kre-biozen, disclosed he has injected
himself with the drug in an exper experiment
iment experiment to see if it might prevent
cancer.
i nave a pre-caoeerous iesnm
on my tongue, the result of smok smoking
ing smoking a pound of oipe tobaceff ev
eryn week for about 30 years,"
Ivy said.
He said He would undergo an op operation
eration operation today, known as "electro "electrocoagulation,"
coagulation," "electrocoagulation," to burn away the le lesion.
sion. lesion. However, during the surgery,
there is a possibility that cancer
cells migh' be released into the
blood stream and spread through
the body.
The 65-year-old University of Il Illinois
linois Illinois scientist will not learn until
later if the lesion was malignanc
of if he has cancer.
"I'm taking the' dug to pre prevent
vent prevent cancer cells from crov'ns if
there happens to be any there,"
Ivy said. "I always believe in tak taking
ing taking my own medicine."
Ivy termed himself "Exhibit A"
in an effort to determine if the
drug has any cancer preventive
properties.
The white haired pathologist
has been battling for nine years
to gain recogni ion of krebiozen
as a treatment for cancer. An
American Medical Asrn, commit committee
tee committee has said the drug is worthless.
Ivy said he discovered the sore
spot on his tongue last Monday.
At first, he said, "I thought I
had bitten my tongue and "MVt
know it." On Friday, he said, "I
looked at my tongue and saw
there was a white spot on it."
''This is a pre-cancerous sign,"
he said. "It came from smoking.
I gave up tobacco in 1946, when I
found it was hurting Wood
vessels, but these effects are cu cumulative.
mulative. cumulative. Sometimes 'hey take a
long time to show up."

Wifey Sfay Horn, Says Drug

Should wives accompany their
husbands on business convention
trips? A Colon Free Zone firm
which is holding a convention in
Colon for the next three d?ys
thinks not. In fact it is part of the
company policy.
So 35 delegates to a sales con
vention held by Par)te- Davi In
ter-Amerieas Corp. at the Hotel
Washington, Colon were told be
fore they left from many parts of

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Burglar-Con

Garbage Pit Found On RR

A prisoner who escaped from
the Canal Zone Penitentiary
yesterday afternoon was recap recaptured
tured recaptured late last night after an
intensive search which lasted
12 hoOTE-
The prisoner was Ismael Gon Gonzalez,
zalez, Gonzalez, J6, who has served one
year Of a three year sentence
for burglary and violating pro probation,:
bation,: probation,: At 1 p.m. yesterday, Gonza Gonzales
les Gonzales and another prisoner were
detailed to empty garbage at
a pit 200 yards away from the
Gamboa penitentiary building.
Policeman Ronald Brome was
driving the garbage truck and
since the two prisoners had
"semi-trust" status, there was
no guard in the back of the
truck with them.
On the return journey, Brome
looked over his shoulder Into the
back of the truck and found
Gonzalez was missing.
A search was immediately or organized.
ganized. organized. 'Twenty armed guards
started to comb the bush and
were In walkie-talkie contact
with police radio cars.
Just before iwflnight, Guard
John J. Iffla, spotted Gonzalez
prowling along the railroad track
Trainig Program
Announced By INA
EJizabotbtAlar-h. president of
the Isthmian Nurses Association,
announced today that the second
training program in the nursing
are of mass casualties for regis
tered professional nurses will be begin
gin begin Sept: 24.
The course, will Be directed by
Mrs. Evelyn Slowick, Public
Health nurse at th Rainbiw City
first aid station. Mils. Slowick, has
recently returned ftom Walter
Reed Hospital, where she attend attended
ed attended the course, nursing in the me medical
dical medical management! of mass ca casualties,
sualties, casualties, as a (representative of the
INA.
Specialis's from the U. S. Army,
the Canal Zone Civil Defense, and
civilian medical leaders will lec lecture.
ture. lecture. '
The classes will meet each
Wednesday at 7 pan. in the con conference
ference conference room of Ceco Solo Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. The board of directors of the
Isthmian Nurses Association urges
all professional nurses on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus to take this opportum y to
p-epare themselves; to be inform informed
ed informed in the management of mass
casualty disasters;, and to be able
to iasiruct her friends and neigh neighbors
bors neighbors hi first aid procedures, where
by they may capably assisi m the
care of the sick ahd wounded.
Nurses may regls'er by calling
the Cristobal Red iOross, between
the 8 a.m. and noon, at 31671.
Goldfine Contempt
Case To Reach
Grand Jury Soon
WASHINGTON UPI) The
administration expects to begin
orosecution of Boston millionaire
Bernard Goldfine -lor contempt of
Congress in the next few weeks,
it was disclosed today.
A spokesman for the U. S.
attorney's office here told United
Press International he exoec's
the contempt citation vo'ed by
the House to be turned ove- to
a grand jury "within a matter
of several weeks." J
The grand jury Would then de decide
cide decide whe'her to indict Goldfine,
ift glvin? friend of Presideit'iil
Assistant Sherman Adams. An in indictment
dictment indictment would be followed by a
trial. If convicted, Goldfine is
'table .to a year in jail and a
$1,000 fine.
Goldfine was cited for contempt
of Congress for refusing to an answer
swer answer 22 questions about his finan financial
cial financial dealings posed by the House
influence investigating subcOm-
! mittee.
y
the hemisphere "You are not al allowed
lowed allowed to take your wife. The com company
pany company wants you to be Mmplete Mmplete-Iv
Iv Mmplete-Iv free', from home environment
during the trip."
The carefree nag-free huabands
are taking part in the first busi
ness convention, ever to be held
in Colon.
An executive of the Colon F-ec
Zone branch of the corporation,
George Simon, explained today

Lost At Pen

between Gamboa and Pedro Mi
guel,
He called for Gonsalez to halt
but the prisoner ran down the
track. Iffla ran after him and
caught him within 50 yards.
Gonzalez Is a Panamanian
from Colon, and was believed to
have been trying to reach Co Colon
lon Colon when he was caught.
.
Panamanian Teacher
Guilty Of Forgery
Put On Probation
A former teacher at Rainbiw
City High School, Calvin Albee
Phillips, 32, Panamanian pleaded
guilty at Cristobal District Court
yesterday to forgery.
.He was sentenced to a year in
jail by Judge Guthrie F. Crowe,
has suspended for three years
providing lie undertook to repay
the money he ob'ained through ihe
forgery within three months.
flumps, who lives in Colon, went
to his post office box early this
year attd among his own letters,
he found one addressed to some someone
one someone else with a similar number.
He was tempted to open it and
when he found it contained a mon
key oder for $22. he was tempted
even further. District Attorney
Jtowland K. Hazard told the court.
wun me money orcier was a let letter
ter letter from a George Morgan of Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, Mass., who was remitting tha
monev to Thomas E, Daly in Co-
Phillips wrote back to Boston.
typing th$ letter so as not to bet-
ry ms nanuwniang. ana explain explaining
ing explaining this by saying he had hurt his
hand and could not use a pen. In
the letter he" asked Morgan to send
cash, saying he haft, lost the mon money
ey money order. Ml
when no cash arrived. Phillins
went to the post office in Cristo-
Dai ana cashed the monev order
by forging the signature of Thom Thomas
as Thomas E., Daly on it.
Sources Say White
House To ki Soon
On Adams Decision
WASHINGTON? Sent. 17 (UPD-
A White House decision is exnei't exnei't-ed
ed exnei't-ed very soon on whether Sherman
Adams will resign as Prsidnt
Eisenhower's "chief of staff." ac
cording !o highly-placed Republi
can sources.
These sources said a sharp in
crease is expected in public criti
cism of Adams from GOP con
gressional candidates, unless the
controversial White House aide
stens down soom
They said the White House is
expected to reach a decision
shortly within the next few days.
Adams returned from a Zsbmg
holiday to his White House desk
Monday amid mounting reports he
is on the way out. Many Republi
cans claim he is a political mill
stone around the neck of GOP
candidates in the congressional
campaign. These complaints in
creased after the Maine election
In which giftgiving by Adams'
millionaire friend Bernard Gold
fine was an issue. The Democrats
swept to an unprecedented Maine
victory;
Adams has been under 'ire
since congressional investigators
disclose he acceptc' lavish ?ifis
from Goldfine, a Boston friend.
and had made inquiries at feder federal
al federal agencies about matters involv involving
ing involving Goldfine's textile firms.
TITO TO VISIT iGYPT
CAIRO (UPI)-President Tito of
Yugoslavia will come to Cairo
next mon'h for "important politi political
cal political talks" with. United Arab Re-
ublic President Gamal Abdel
lasser, the newspaper Al Ahram
reported yesterday. Nasser and
Tito last met on the Yugoslav is island
land island of Brioni last July.
Firm Holding
"Many conventions of this sort
are held in Panama City because
of the facilities there, but we are
hoping 'this will set a precedent
for other companies to hold con
ventions or. this side of the is h
mus."
He added "Our primary object
is to give the economy of Colon
a shot in the arm. The city is
certainly in dire neefl of it.
Among the delegates Is Or. C.
N. Auge of Argentina, a well

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TAIPEI, Formosa, Sept. 17 (UPI)-Two Nationalist
shipsscorred by American naval units ran the Commu Communist
nist Communist blockade of Quemoy island at dawn today and un unloaded
loaded unloaded their supplies successfully, the Nationalist defense
ministry announced.
It was the second successful blockade-busting op operation
eration operation in two days and was carried out under an American-advised
program of unloading the LST (landing ships,
tanks) m 20 minutes and getting them back to the safety
of the Formosa Straits.
The defense ministry said neither LST suffered any
damage althouah Red artillerv

shejls on the Quemoy beaches.
It was the biggest single convoy to unload in 11 davs
of trying to fierce the Communist blockade

Five of six earlier attempts In
the past ten day to land badly badly-needed
needed badly-needed food, medicine and am ammunition
munition ammunition to the 150,000 Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist soldiers and civilians in
the Quemoys were either fail failures
ures failures or only partly-successful,
and were so reported by the
newsmen while the Nationalist
defense, ministry was claiming
Success. :&
7 UMUilfcJ 1 1 1 : lii.
muiiwiu-uwwii nra artillery
lasted tne Quemoys with a to total
tal total of S20 shel yesterday, the
defense" ministry said. The Com Communist
munist Communist guns ialned a heavy fire
on the LST wjfttle it was unload unloading
ing unloading on Bto Quemoy, while Red
anti -aircraft fired at the cargo cargo-carry
carry cargo-carry ir C-W. -But
all he pl;nes. including
the escorting American and
N a 1 1 b nalist jets, and the
American ahd Nationalist sur surface
face surface warships accompanying
the last returned from the
Ouemoy n damp red, the de-
ins ministry iaid.
Rear Adm. Liu Hoh-tu,
de-
fense ministry spokesman, per-
sonally issued orders prohibiting
disclosure about the nature of
the cargo or the unloading
method. y
Vice President and Premier
Chen Cheng wa critical, how
ever ef fhe TJ.S.-Red Chinese
tal,fs cn Formosa no underway
in Warsaw, Poland He charged
that the Red aim "Is to use the
Warsaw talks to suoport their
military action in the Taiwan
sttmit and get ?t the conference
tble wha1, thv cannot win on
tbi battlefield."
Dcsnite his criticism, there
was PiiarrlA-1 nnrimism annut a
peaceful, negotiated settlement
of the Formosa crisis growing
out of the Warsaw talks.
If such settlement Is not
rity Of TV
Outranks Phones,
Bathtubs In U.S.
WASHINGTON fUPI)-The tele television
vision television set is more Donular than
the home telephone or bathtub
numerically SDeaking. that is.
About 84 per cent of the nation's
homes 42.400.000 in all have one
or more TV se's. In contrast,
the-e are 41,508.000 bathtubs and
39.000.000 home telephones. The
TV set also has surpassed the re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator and washing machine
in units currently in use.
These figures were disclosed in
a semi-annual report published by
television digest, a trade news news-le
le news-le ter.
The fsctbook reported, however,
that radio was still home enter
tainment kim in numrs. Tli --
are 161 million radios in the
home, 40 million in autos and 10
million in public places.
Colon Pbw wow
known specialist in hormones. Oth
er delegates come from Bolivia,
Costa Rica. Salvador. Guatemala.
Honduras, Nicaragua. Panama
Peru, Argentina, the United States,
and Canada.
A cocktail party is being held
today in connection with the con
vention, for 150 businessmen and
civic leaders of Colon.
Parke Davis Inter American Cor Corporation
poration Corporation was the first company
to set up in the Free Zone.

forthcoming, the United States
made clear It was resft to
hack up the Nationalists aU
the way,
Meanwhile the Communist at attacks
tacks attacks on the Quemoy Islands
and threats to invade Formosa
inni"" PeiPin&'s dances
of winning a seat In the United
Sc oS!vtt SlhW1' f
Russia was expected to ratsa
formal demand today for seat-
Redu Chlna in tn United
Nations but western diplomats
predicted the vote would go
heavily aaainst t.h JBI;

tempt.
Moscow crepared for the
move by nronaganda attacks
aff.!nst the "unrealistic" U.S.
attitude on China.
The Russian move was expect,
ed tq be made In the general (or
steering) committee of which
Russia is a member. The com-
fuir debate and allocate them
for pre) minarv consideration to
the various standing corhmit-
rJe eerin committee will
review ltem-by-ltem the 70-odd
nutations proposed for debate in
n"rre!! v General Assemble
3rchTSaswul run a,most
No important battle was e :
Pecteri untif the committee
takes up an Indian proposal
for a full Assembly debate on
he "ouestlon of repre.enta-
v-m f ,China in lhe United
Nations." Last year the Gen General
eral General Assembly voted to 27
against action on the ques question
tion question of Pelplng's membership.
A similar vote w$s expected
this year, although the Soviet
Union and Communist China
have kept un a steadv stream
of broadcasts demanding Pel.
ping's admission.
But U.S. warnings against
planned Communist aggression
may have offset this propagan propaganda,
da, propaganda, y
Personal Income
Rat Rises To New
All-Time High
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The an.
nual rate of personal income rose
aeain in August for the second
straight month, the Commerce
Denartment reoorted this week
Kzc'i"lin? the-,'-"c,ivo
pay raises for federal employes
disbursed in lump sums in July,
the seasonal adjusted annual rato
of persona income for August
was $355,500,000,000, a new all all-time
time all-time high.
The increase from July to Att Att-gust,
gust, Att-gust, however, consisted in larga
nart of government transfer pay paymentspensions
mentspensions paymentspensions and unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment henefits and rental income.
Other Income components fifjH
li He change.
The department noted that
higher manufacturing payrolls in
August reflected advances in em employment,
ployment, employment, particularly in primary
metals and machine industries.
IB the non-manufacturing indus industries,
tries, industries, pavroll gains were recorded
mainly in retail tirade and ser services.
vices. services. On a seasonally adjusted
annual rate, August farm ineome
was down slightly from July but
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Right in the Breadbasket

CLOSING MINDI DAIRY

tu;. i..t hu in ri.i H.iwn Mmdi dairy is -motivated by sordid

I tiawd. notning more, Iht laci tnat me move it ciuakeu m tne vest vest-Sartoa
Sartoa vest-Sartoa of patriotism serves only to remind me of bamuel Johnson s
fPltiBtio&that "patriotism is the last resort of the scoundrel.
' Siould Mindi be closed, the Panamanian citizens who are mak mak-ina
ina mak-ina an nonest living theie will be out of Jobs. .Their counterpart in
Panama's dairies will get no equivalent increase in wages, and no
mora juos will ba made available. Miffli ia not a, large operation.
The Panama dairy industry could replace its production without hir-
Thus thls'patriotic" move, based on the "patriotic" treaty,
would throw the best-paid Panamanian dairy workers on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus but of work, while channelling the cash which presently makes
- up-their py packets into the bulging pockets of monopolists who
already have more Cadillacs than they know wha'.to do with. No
Panamanian working man would benefit. This is "patriotism 7
J why it that I am never minded of the wealthy Virginia plater
I George Washington when I see these weu-Cadillarked Panamanian
I millionaire monopolists sacrificing their all for tbir country?

AUII'PCUIUlUDfii

BREAD AND LIBERTY

m- uiM.ual vovo hppn told that we are to have Bread

Ji n...t w. oion tniH hv Don Ernestito that he wants

Vonr dire financial straits. We are told Don

1 Emestito welcome new businesa to be set up in Colon. We are

told that the two oil rennenea piua wie rree uu wvu.
" $5f raSr. to me all of the above things you have
told us Don Ernestito are pipe dreams.

Wouldn't It appear logical to you won
manager of the brewery that the more people employed at good
wages would naturally have more to spend on beer, milk, eggs,
meat, cars, cigarettes, furniture, clothing, housing?
What is W logic in the following cases then?
1. PanamsTtAklng over the garbapllecgpn, water sup supply
ply supply and 'aarritfcilon which means, hmtmM employes lost
their jobs, orlfthey were retained, their wTgWare two thirds
less than what they were on the Zone.
2 Panama took over the Hotel Washington and cut its
stafj'to nothing, when it had about 70 employes getting good
W3 He close the Canal Zone Industrial laboratory and set
up one In Panama which pays much lower wages.
4. He closed the Mt. Hope abattoir and threw its employes
completely out of work. i W
8 He almost had the Panama Railroad closed, which em employs'
ploys' employs' hundreds of Panamanians, and certainly Panama does
not duplicate their work in any form
E. Now he wants to close Mindi Dairy which gives steady
employment to one hundred Panamanians at 23 higher wages
than any dairy in Panama. Where Is his business logic? Is he
trains- tn Viin thp rmfhln. or the rich to eet richer?

Wouldn't it be bettor tp, help Cconltad the Republics, by

encouraging any business that employs Panamanians ai soa
steady wages rather than closing them down with nothing bet better
ter better to offer, except unemployment or much lower wages?
Just Curious

COURTHOUSE LEE

Sir:

Tn raarfina- Th Panama American. I hae been amused, en

tertained, and enlightened about a lot of world and Isthmian
events, but Robert Ruark's obituary for General C. H. Lee is as

cowardly and vicious an article as nas oeen puDiisnea m some

timp' Seldom has bad taste been so Distant as in mis article.

W -ro take advantage of a man's death to heap vilification on his

head and sDread lies about his reputation is pulisinanimous ana

- reveals an irresponsibility and lack of character which no "pub "public
lic "public writer" such as a columnist should possess and still be
printed. For the good of ethics and public -morality, Ruark
should not continue to sully and contaminate the Journalistic
standards of The Panama American.
Loyal

By VICTOR RliSIL
ATLANTIC CITY No one has

ever seen Walter Reuther in a

batning suit. And tnough autnon autnon-tative
tative autnon-tative sources here believe he nev

er will uo as wen by one as little

ole Miss Mississippi did, Mr.

Michigan is more tne lopie ot

conversation here this weea than

the new "Miss America was last

week.

Most of the talk, of course, is a-

mong the 3,000 delegates to the
.steel Workers Union convention
who are wonuering whether their
companies' biggest customer, the
auto industry, will be shut down
this fall.
Reuther keeps his' strategy un under
der under wraDs. but the Steel .Union

high command has been informed
of what happened behind the
locked doors of the Auto Work Workers'
ers' Workers' high command last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday in Detroit when il picked the
Ford Co. as its strike target.
Reuther, outlining his own tac tactical
tical tactical plans to his colleagues, re reportedly
portedly reportedly said that the UAW's ba

sic demands could be won most
easily and swiftly at Ford. These
demands comprise a four fold "na "national
tional "national pattern."
This calls for increased old age
pensions; an increase in the pri private
vate private unemployment insurance
called supplemental unemployment
benefits paid by the auto compa
nies; higher wages and protec protection
tion protection for workers made jobless
when a company closes an out
moded plant and either conso'i
dates the work in a factory far
off or in a new plant entirely.
Someone pointed out, for exam example,
ple, example, that Ford, seeking greater
efficincy, had consolidatd virtu virtually
ally virtually all of its East Coast produc
tion in a relatively new install
tion in Mahwa, N.J. Of necessity
workers from Buffalo to Brooklyn

were affected.

While talking about the supple supplemental
mental supplemental unemployment benefits

(SUB), another of the Auto U

nion's high council said that the
nickel an hour per man paid by
the company into a central pool
had done wonders for auto work

ers laid off this summer. Ihe

company had paid each jobless
worker $35 a week while the state

had paid him $25. This gave the

worker a total ot Sou, or aDout t

Der cent of his normal wages.

Now the Auto Union wants this
total to be increased to 80 per
cent of tfaxtfmjf--- pay- And

some day 2pMjiM or th
guaranteed annual wage.
The talk then turned to the se

lection of a target company. A

strike at Chrysler might hurt the
company for a very long time
and still leave the bigger two of
the Big Three Jo take on. What

would be a tough one because it
would really be :a two-front in industrial
dustrial industrial war. The UAW wants a
lot mor from GM than it does
from Ford pr Chrysler. It wants
the four-point national pattern, of
course. But it also wants settle settlement
ment settlement of scores upon scores of lo local
cal local issuegp'GM once charged that
the UAVni GWlbcals had piied
up over 9,000 such demand..

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Walter Winchell In New York

NEW YORK SILHOUETTES
Celebs About Town: Mrs. Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Lewis, wiie ol the star, show showing
ing showing her two sons the Big City
skyscrapers for ihe tirst time.
"They were born in Hollywood,
you Know, where skyscraper is a
word in the dictionary". .The
Dick Powells (June Allyson) at
58th and 5th swapping baby talk
with an infant. .Tony Bennett
assuring pedestrians are the split
rumors are fraudulent... France
Nuyen, lovely 18 year-old leading
lady of "Suzie Wong," nibbling
tn carrots (her lunch) backstage
at The Broadhurst . To keep
That Figure. .Tallulah Bank

head, thrilled over the news a
bout her "Co Star" recording out outselling
selling outselling all other stage and screen
pets in that novel platter field

. .Cary tirant Keeping nis wsii

,, I hiiuwu tan ra me rawit w
mis i -,,.! p.rlc Smith aViaT'fment:

Ricky Nelson surrounded oy

screeming meemies in tne war war-wick
wick war-wick foyer .Steve Allen's new

mustache, Sugar Kay s new nse
and Lena Home's glamour embel embellishing
lishing embellishing the Birdland ringside at
Count Basie's first-night.

Mayer. .One of the magnate's follow it down the road and see

daughters objected: "But he does

not know anything about aui
en" .To whicn Wm. Goer:
(wed to another Mayer dghtr) re
inuiueu: "Sandburg never met Lin Lincoln!".
coln!". Lincoln!". .G man Hoover lost an
oliuJr'5 lbs 30 since his dieV
Gen T A Mclnerny reporis that
a White House foe of Sherman
Adams hands out carus that sa.v :
"Yankee Go Home" .Gov't a
gents know ex President ot Vene
zuela Perez Jimenez' New York
hotel hangout. The Pierre, Lives
there under a nom de. .Lily an
Chauvin, Desiiu actress, explained
why her marriage was wrecked:

"1 was marneu io a reacuman.

Typical irench marriage, ine

man has au the treedomi

HOUSING ASSIGNMENTS

Sir:

There Is always some character who feels he is Justified

tui in pushing ahead of the line with one excuse or another. I am
II 4 one of the Oldtimers referred to In the current discussion of
Bnama Canal Company housing assignments. I can honestly
say I do not have any misgivings about living in my cottage. I
- United my turn, going through the experience of living in old
I French quarters, the old Flats area and rented vacation quar-
ters. 8o after 25 years I feel I earned the prlvielge of living In
II house alone. f
t Quarters should be assigned according to length of service
alone, with one area kept for large-family assignments. If this
II policy is changed, exceptions of all kinds will come to be made.
.' One group even now is grumbling that quarters should be as as-i!
i! as-i! signed according to salary.
If If the Johnny-Come-Latelles don't want to spoil the hous

ing setup for themselves, Instead of complaining now they
should wait their turn and demand that assignments continue
on the old basis of first come, first assigned.
Old timer

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JOBS FOR WIVES

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Every so often I feel that some Mall Box letters should be

eHrified. One such is the letter from "Navy Wife" fMall Box,

Spt. 14).
She is a bit out of line when she says civilian wives got all
the jobs. I have been here 14 years. I have .college degrees and
some experience, but no jobs have been dropped in my lap. I
had to work In various organizations for seven years before

my first paid Job came along. Then some young wives became
so Jealous that my children were picked on Unmercifully till I

quit

I paid a hltrher Income tax than a single girl. I had to

sober up many a single girl before she could go to work and

pat many a crybaby who, down here for the nrst time, was un

sure of herself or didn't knov what to do when she did not
get along with her husband.
Too many arrive In the tropics with the Idea of a fast dime
rather than a slow nickel "Grab all you can the dickens with
those who have to stay behind and clean up my mess after I'm
gone."
Civilian mothers are not played up to In the Zone; and
especially In the schools system. This year Is proof enough.
Fifty teachers were available on the Zone, but 25 were there thereupon
upon thereupon hired Stateside. Why?
I'm sure the Navy does not think too i highly of "Navy
Wife's" group, and neither do I. Let her work in the organi organisations,
sations, organisations, contributing her little knowledge, talents, or whatever
she can, and maybe her turn for a job will come perhaps 10
years later like mine did.
Civilian Wife

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Reuther predicted that no con contract
tract contract would be ratified by the GM

workers unless the union won
some concessions on the most im im-nnrtant
nnrtant im-nnrtant nf these local issues. One

for example, is equal pay for the
same type of work in all plants

reguardless of their location, wu
there are all sorts of disagree disagreements
ments disagreements with the company on iwiff iwiff-er
er iwiff-er settlement of grievances occur occur-ing
ing occur-ing right in the plants.
Reuther urged that Ford there
fore be threatened first. There
are no such urgent and complex
local Issues to be won there. The
union can fight at Ford for the
four-point national demands. The
union strategists believe that Ford
will settle quickly. The company,
they believe, will not want to be
tied up while both ifa competitors
are rolling handsome new cars
off the lines by the thousands
each day. The Auto Union can
turn to GM later, Reuther said.
The fight at GM will be made
directly over the local issues. It
th. arc won. Retuther and

his colleagues believe GM cannot

refuse to yield on me national
pattern already signed at Ford.

Chrysler men wiu io .,"
fall in line.
There may be a quick settle settlement
ment settlement before the strike deadline
.vnire at Kord. -But the ale el

Union leaders here can also sea
the possibility of a long dispute
which would cut auto industry or orders
ders orders from the steel mills. This is
cause for concern because there
are now 25?0,000 fully unemployed
steel unionists and 150,000 n
short work weeks. i
If there is auto peace, many of
these men will go back to work.
If not, their ranks could be In Increased.
creased. Increased. Everybody is hoping that

peace will break out.

what it eats"

The Orchid Tree: "Guests of
the Nation'1 and "Aria uac-jpo,
two plays at Theater Marquee
110 59th. The second opus is
by Edna St. Vincent Millay.
Mel Martin's monkeyshiues at The
Monkey Bar (Elysee Hotel) .

Joseph Wecbsberg's book, "Ava

lanche". ".The chicken chow
meih sandwich at Nathan's, Co

ney Island. Mike Nichols and
Elaine May, comical cusses, at

Blue Angei.

Sallies In Our Alleys The big
topic at Lindy's was the flash
that Brigitte Bardot was getting

married. "I'd love to go to th?

wedding." chuckled a wag! "to

see how she looks in clothes! '.

Overheard at the Milestone a-

bout a famed ham: "His new
show got divided notices ouj

town He liked it but tne critics

didn't."

Midtown Vignette: Th, south

end of the concrete island at

Park Avenue and 57th Street has
an iron lamp post in the center
. .There is a bare half inch of
ground between the 'ron of 'he
lamp post and the concrete walk
of the island. In this morsel of
ground grows a single stalk of
corn. It was knee high when we
spotted it recently. Probably a
seed thrown io a pigeon that
found its wa into th grime of
the earth and steel. And bin
somed. To remind city slickers
that Nature Is Wonderful.

Stage Door: Joe E. Lewis re resumes
sumes resumes at whe Copa tomorrow

eve'g. Lbis Ray's snazzy booimg

is another feature. .uene nay

los, who just ended his 3rd book

ing there, takes over lion mc
kits' throne at the Slate spot.

H'wood. . Ingrid Bergman (in a

recent Look) had a lapse of mem
ory. Said that only one colyum
ist was kind to hre during her
troubles and. named him. forge
ting this column which took the
abuse meant for her after devot
ing several full colyums fighting
for her. She even sent a note

appreciation at the time. (O,

dear). .Prof Prado s hit pi n
ter, "Patricia," reminds you m
"I Want To Be Happy" (at the
start) and "I Met Her In Old
Monterey" later on. The new

beat doesn't disguise the bold bur

glary. .Rouben Maraounan, ir.e

say, got ?iao,iHio tor Deing ax a

from the 'Torgy Bess mm.,

Manhattan Sideshows: United

Airlines hostess (Ruth Cherry :;
checking into the St. Moritz Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. "She's so pretty." a pilot
said, "they use her in the ads"
. .The hearse parked in iron: of
Hanson's drugstore at 51st ann
7th most afternoons. Owner is a
booking agent between corpses
; Toe schoolyard on East 68th
Street (great free show for the
kids), whers they teach you how
to be a fireman Net jumping,

nook and ladder truck, nose, etc.

. .Th, young couple in evening
clothes (posing for an unconvng
ad) buying a bottle of milk frfm
a milk wagon at 7 a.m hesr ihe
General Sherman statue opposite
the Plaza Hotel.

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BAGHDAD, fflaov -The UnHe

States Embassy in Baghdad,

where tht tough, wiry c.ter t;

piomat, Ambassador Waldemar

Gallman, sits at a key point in i

still boiling Middle East, looks

rawer like a rundown, uueo r
plica of the White House.

Outslce Its- high, white cemerii

wall are armored cars and. ma
rhinegouns, manned by fcomJ

Iraqi soldiers, some snoring in the

scanty ansae wnere tne tempera

ture hits over 5 degrees.
The narrow strjsits. so lately f:l

ien wun nowime Aran moo1

thirsting for blood, are quiet lor
the moment. But nobody f nows hi
what moment they may again
erupt into another frenzy, of mur
der and arson. For Baghdad is still
a powder keg awSitin? a matr!
This column can now reveai or

the first time thp stor b-Vnd ) )-headlines
headlines )-headlines that shocked the world
when in a night of the long -knives
the nro Wes" government of
young King Faisal and old Prime
Mlniater Niiri e "'v' "'fs win--'

out by a Nasser-inspired army
coup.
If the Iraqi revolution took Am American
erican American intelligence bv pin'-A j(
was ss much a surprise for Fcissl
and Nuri, who wrH for their it

norance with their lives.
The King, his uncle, and their
womenfolk were shot down in the
courtyard of the r"on 'it paijv".
Nuri, disguised in the long, buck
robe worn by old Moslem women,
tried to shoot It out.
"NO OPPOSTION" NURI
Two days earlier when Gallman

called on Nuri to ask him afamtt

sending irsqi troops to aid the
Lebsneese Government and Whet h

er his people would support such
a move, Nuri renlied: "Ys. .inch

a move would have popular sup support.
port. support. There Is no oopositior) h"i.
except for 300 students and 1.000
lawyers." ':"

Gallman admits franklv that he

had no inkling d the revolution.

But once it exploded," he react

like a coiled soring.

On the fateful morning, Gallman

ana the Embassy emoloves arriv

ed at work as, usOal. They, had
driven thoruglr the see thi ig
streets, narrowly skirting the
blood crazed mobs whof- hid
already butchered three Americ

ans ana were attacking any west
ener they could find.
Only one political officer, red

haired Allan Wolfe, allowed his cu-

nosity to lead him into danger

A wild-eyed Iraqi soldier stopoej

mm oy finr-" a bullet into the
radiator of his car. "You. Co

away!" the soldier shouted. Wolfe

took the sustJM.

Within the Embassy. Gallman

had received a terse msam

from the State Department in

structme mm Id art n his own

albed countries.

It also advised" him that the IT
S. Marines, starting to land in Le

banon. might be used to Id loyal

Iraqi troops to counter-attack

heysto the MAAG (military aid)
ouildinji. He woiild i to
protest that the building enjoyed
diplomatic immunity.
He was finally from which in
might have ert n c iiion
truck pasked in the courtyard.
Gallman was v ih.mt
keeping his communication open.
Once an ?r""i d
custody of the Embassy's transmitter.

Gallman solved the problem by
handinc over one r idio
transmitter, keeping th infia
transmitter and the flux'Hary cjm cjm-munications
munications cjm-munications truck secret.
A 36-man Irani army nit was
assigned to guard the Embassy.
The surly soHe'r's h-'-r'ng em employes
ployes employes and visitors. Iraqi clerk
Were threaten-) end "Whv
doXyoh work for the infidel pigs?"
Once soldiers t o p e d Oa'l Oa'l-man's
man's Oa'l-man's car and started to search

11. iesDite the ti -u!n urn

muzzles, he brushed, them aside

an" oraerea his friver to r-y on.

mailman also had to deal with

the human problem V rvpiutma
such ss the esse of the dishevel.

ed girl w"o b"rSt into th Tlmhis-

sy claiming to be an American

She had h p n hitrhhilrina

through the Middle V. with

Turkish boy friend, when they had
been seized hv Iraoi soldiers who
raped her. She had no money.

nowhere to go. Gallman gve her
sanctuary.

REBELS TIGHTEN LID
Gallman shares the view of

trouble-shooter Robert Murohv

that the new regime, conscious of

ine on revenue, is in no hurry to

quarrel with the west.

Evidence for this is that as soon

as possible' Kassem clamped a

agnt lid on riot-torji Baghdad, and
sought to escape the odium for
the murder of King Fei?l.

h eisal, unlike Premier Nuri and

the Crown PrinCe. 'tis oonu'nr

with the people. So Kassem'i

soldiers began to .apnear wla
armbands which' read in Arabic:

"Neither the army nor the oeoo'e

killed Feisal. He was killed by hit

uncle."

Slogans on the walls calling for

"Death to the Christians!" were

hurriedly painted out. and the

word went to Moslem priests that
they were to stop preaching a

noiy war against tne west.

Gallman had protested to Kas Kassem
sem Kassem against all these excesses oi
the revolution., That they were cor correctedand
rectedand correctedand quickly Is encourag
toe toe-But
But toe-But th&iitffilitirtfm'in$ tn
ferment. The, shadow of Egypt'".
Nasser still looms over TCassem
of Baghdad.

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Memos of a Midnighter. "Miss

America" (from Venussippi) won
in thp last 15 minutes. All th

judges were fof La California, and

La Oklahoma until sne nasnen
those pvps and smiled. Her wit

also helped her win. "After ail,"

said one Judae. "she has to be

Miss America all over the world
and can't always go around in a

awimsuit. She must also Rive

loads of charm!". .The Alfred

G. Vanderbilts expect the image
any hour Joe DiMaggio's orbs
almost popped out to here when
Miss Hawaii did the Hula at the

Hawaiian Room .Six oeonlc

left the cast of a B'way hit (on
tour) because the leading; lady is
"impossible". .Insiders wonder
If Paul Muni and the new piny.
"At The Grand," will ever see
Broadway Roger Stevens aid
backers have $350,000 in it. .The

Wlseauv-Set susoect a stock MB

for Loew's. That accounts for the
issue's recent activity. Hnl
Roach Studios will acquire a
coasWo coast radio network tomorrow.

Bell Caotain's Telephone: "Thoe

Mack naniiett you found under

fie bed must belong to-som pre

vious occupant. No, mjter, I

on't tnmx we n b uacx .
"You ssy the hellmati! thr your
nickel at vou?" "Yes. ma'am

JSible comfng right '. Sorvjv

But yqu ara not in nicaxu. nnj;
ithls is Wedaesdiy, not FrWsv"

. ."I tell you for tne mn nine,
I do not know any Glrtel". i

."The corkscrew should be on tne

wall of the bathroom r JUst as you

come in" ."Two qusrts of any anything?".
thing?". anything?". . ."No, wa do not have
binoculars" vir
Broad wav Bus: NY. Tlinesman
Boslrv Crowther l doinn a bor't
about the late MGM chlcl, L, B

Gray Flannelisms (submitted by
member of the Los Angeles Art

Directors Club); "Let's pu 1 uo

the periscope and see where we
are at". ."Let's not just stand
around with our bacas against
the hot pipes". "1 sae feathers
on itsbut it's not flying yet"
"Let's toss it around and s$e it
;it makes a salad". ."I'm just
mainting with a board burhs. Vou
fellows fill in the details". .

"Let's not bake any beans, I've
got to catch the 5:27" ."As long

as the boss doesn t have to n it

nothing ia impossible".

Sounds in the Nights: At Reu

ben's: "Failure has one thing o-

ver success. The knocners never

notice it" At Teddy's: "Oh,
stop acting so Tab Hunterish'"...

At Eden Roc: "She tripped o-

ver his dimples and broke her
heart" At Downey's: "Patiio-

tic? As soon ss there's trouble

he rushes out and enlists 'n th
Black Market!" At The Left
Bank: "ttere he. c o m e s The
swish set's answer to Miss Bar Bar-dot."..
dot.".. Bar-dot.".. . .At Birdlen'': "Shs ?t
so loaded they have 'o take her
up the freight elevator"

NO PUBLICITY, PLIASS
REDONDO BEACH, Calif. (Uri)
Lifeguard Bob Moore reported
today he rescued a skin di'.er
who had become entangled in his
own equipment. The diver refused
to -give his name for fea- e d
never live it down with fellow

."Let's skin-divers.

BURN SECRET DOCUMENTS
I'hKAou Ta,r.v' -Mt,:-'

Gallman ordered has staff tn

clean out the files and burn all

secret documents. Embassy farni

lies also had to be warned to slay
indoors.
That first day of the revolution
was chaos. But the next mornma

Gallman set off to seek audience

with the new rebel nremer.

hawk eyed Brig. Gen. Karim Kas Kassem.
sem. Kassem. whose eyebrows form
straight line across his 'forehead
and whose grin displays a flash
of gold. .
Gallman found Kassem full cf
confidence and almost eager to
give assurances' tb a t Ar-irionn
lives and ttropert Wotild 'he res respected.
pected. respected. His pride was touched, however,
when Gallman sou"ht i further
assurance: that if Washington or ordered
dered ordered the evacuation of Amenr
ans, it would not he interfered
with. Kassem cohs.'r'eTed this
reflection ,on Jiis. .ability to keep
order, but finally agreed with re
luctance.
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into the Embassy, 'demanding the

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HONORED ON RETIREMENT Felix Cherigo, an employe of the US. Army Caribbean Engineer Section for the oast 18
yea, was honored recently as he retired from government employ. Col.. Raymond L. Hill, USARCARIB engineer presented
him. with a letter of appreciation from MaJ. Gen. Charles L. Dasher, USARCAhIB commanding general. Cherigo, who makes
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1st Battle Group Of 20th Infantry
Put Through Stiff Training Exercise

The 1st Battle Group of the 20th
Infantry at Fort Kobbe is carrying
out a series of training exercises
tn which all its' different companies
will operate together as a combat
team.
The 1st Battle Group is one of
fie nriwerful new. hiBhlv mobile

- mils which have been created as

the response to the problems of

!erent types of units: a headquart-

irs company, rifle companies, mo

ir natter and the attached u com
any, 34th Armor and 518th. Engi
teer C(ombai) Company.

The members of these varied on

its have been undergoing mdivi
Jual ftaiifiW. .Headquarters U. 8
Army Caribbean said this week

and have been engaged in exercises

and tests for squads, platoons and
companies, not only at Kobbe but
also at Rio Hato and at the Junle
Warfare Training Center, Fort
Sherman. They .now progress to
more sdjwaeed fllilt traininjg.
As patt of its battle grpiuRtrain grpiuRtrain-teg,
teg, grpiuRtrain-teg, the unit will extend theiength

Gardeners Weed

Put Prize Plants

For Competitions

P SHEFFIELD, England (UPI)
The Gardeners Association here
had decided to call off its annual
llower show competitions because
of the appalling summer weather.
Then somebody got a bright idea
why not a competition for1
weedse'
"They are the, only things we
can grow successfully because ot
the constant rain," he wrote to
secretary Clarence Potter.
j Potter agreed: Members had to
show "one specimen weed, pot pot-tefup."
tefup." pot-tefup." The judges eyed the colorful en

tries and awarded first prize to a

of its practice night marches on
roads and across, country and car carry
ry carry out mofe. tensive problems at
night. ';
One of the most interesting prob problems
lems problems that an infantry unit faces
is moving about by night getting
to the right assembly area at the
right time when you can hardly see
your hand in front of your face-

moving out to attack in the right

direction and without losing anyone
n the dark-ahd finally assaulting

the "enemy" in his position.
Soldiers know that it is vry
easy to get confused In the dark
men and units can get lost, out outfits
fits outfits can shoot at each other by
mistake. It is necessary to move
as silently as possible to get into
the "enemy" position before you
open fire M nbii iu
However, when a unit as large
as the 1st Battle Group, 20th in infantry,
fantry, infantry, begins moving with all fs

companies at night, the situate

MacDonald Dares His Critics
To Take Case To Convention

ATLANTIC CITY, NX (UPI) -David
J. McDonald, president of
the United Steelwarkets of Ameri
ca, last n i g h t dared his in-tra-union
critics to take their case
to convention floor today.
He noted there had been "some
belly aching" about the conduct of
the five-day convention here, and
said that Wednesday "everybody
is on notice if you want the
floor, you ean cet the floor."

Donald C. Rartclii McKefesport,
Pa., leader of the anti-administration
faction, said he would not
speak unless he receives the
same amount if time granted
speakers Monday who bitterly de denounced
nounced denounced his group as "scabs"
and "stinking stooges."
Ra rick and other -leaders in his
group remained silent during the

barrage of criticism Monday, mit
in statements to newsmen charged
that the convention was "rigged."

nanus, cnairman oi me lines
Protest Committee, polled nearly

can become very interesting. Tanks 250,000 votes in an unsuccessful

Of D Comnanv. 34th Armor and

hig 2-ton trck of the group

neaaquarters coinpany must learn

to operate in the dark ii the same

roads along which many foot sol

aiers are moving in single file

companies miv earn to march

many as 15 or 20 miles nd
arrive at prescribed times at their

objectives from different directions
two companies may be attacking

straight toward the; 'enemy" posi position,
tion, position, while other companies are
working around to the right and
left to attack also from the rear.

Mobility framing is essential (o

pentomic unit, and the batth

bid to unseat McDonald as union

head last year
George Mea ny Sp.aks
McDonald told the session: "I
can only recognize the people who
are in the hall it's absolutely im impossible
possible impossible for me to recognize peo people
ple people who are in ftress confer conference."'
ence."' conference."' .A,:ww ;
George Meanly, president of the
AFL-CIO, said big business should
stop trying "to destroy the trade

union movement" and concentrate
on meeting Russia's industrial
challenge.

Meany said that big business is

"This Is industries in which you
produce the things of war," Meany
explained. "Somehow or other
they (big business) don't seem to
think they are concerned about
this threat to the American way
of life."
Meany said that

has as much stake in the Ameri

can way ot We as labor. He
pointed out that when labor wins

a contract with concessions, it
means an Increase in the workers'

purcnasmg power "which keeps

uik uusmess Dig ana going.
"They should get down on their

Knees ana tnanic tiod for preserv preserving
ing preserving this system," Meany said.
Says There's Collusion

The union chief claimed that

racKeteeruig ui unionism could
Hot exist without somp rnllncinn

from management.

Any time there is a labor crook

on one side there must be a
business crook on the other," he
said.

Labor Secretary James Mltetwll

told the convention that labor can

oust the hoodlum element from
its ranks without new legislation.
Mitchell told the 3500 rielpeatix

that racketeers can be chased
from unions under existing laws

against arson, bribery, racketeer racketeering
ing racketeering and murder.
"UN,. ,,.J s- : ,it

""' we iieeu J a recognition
at the community evel that these
laws should be enforced," he said.

Herewith is coined a new ex
pression: "Old as a football play
er's knee."

A gentleman who mas made a

study of knees (male) reveals

that some professional footballers
no nitre than 30 years of age
have knees 60 to 70 years their

senior.
Dr. J. Verim Luck, Sssociate
clinical professor of orthopedic

urgery ai tne university ot
Southern California Medical Col

lege, said the war and tear of

being banged about by big bruis
ers causes cartilage and tiea

ments to age prematurely.
Luck made his report to a

group with att impressive titl

the First Progress Assembly of

the Birmingham Acaden.y of
Medicine on Reactions of Joints

iu xujuiiBB. my a joint enori

Now we mihc irom the knees

tO the teeth, and to a eharartoriv.

tic women are reported to have

in common witn norses.

Criminal Court Judee L. A.

Grayson of Tampa. Fla.. hearina

evidence that truck driver Ver

non Alfred had been contributing
to die delinquency of a 15-year-

oia gin, asKea tne defendant:
''Didn't you look at her teeth

You can tell Ter age from her
teeth, like a horse."
For failing to look his girl in
the mouth, Alfred drew 90 days
behind bars.
Burglars who invaded Mrs. Sa Sadie
die Sadie Marie Steelman's home at
Birmingham made a clean get
away. While there they washed
their clothes in her machine.

Patrick Henry, John Hancock,
Tommy Dorsey and Jennifer
Jones all are enrolled in Mrj.

Mary H. Oliver's first-grade class

in Atlanta this year.

Algerian Rebels

Explode Bomb; Kill

French Civilian

PARIS (UPI) Algerian ex

tremists, continuing their cam

paign of terrorism, yesterday ex exploded
ploded exploded a bomb that killed a

French civilian in an army camp
at Marseilles. Three soldiers and
two civilians were wounded by the

blast.

The new violence capped 48

hours of shootings, bombings and

knifings throughout France, one of

which narrowly missed killing In
formation Minister Jacques Sou
strife.

Political sources said a wave of

indignation against the violence

was rising throughout France and
this sentiment might block any at attempts
tempts attempts at a negotiated settlement

with Algerian nationalists.

The bpmb went, off in j tank

av. me military ramp ai lvioni-

fouron, on the outskirts of Mar

seilles.
At the port of Le Havre, a bomb
placed in a dockside factory Tailed
to go off properly and did almost
no damage. Police said the bomb
had been placed in almost exactly
the same way as the one which
destroyed a large refinery in Le
Havre on Aug. 25.
Another sabotage attempt in the
Marseille area was failed when a
guard at an oil depot in the sub suburbs
urbs suburbs spotted a group of Algerians
creeping through the grounds.
He fired at them with his rifle
and drew answering fire from sub submachine
machine submachine guns. The Algerians fled
when reinforcements arrived.
French police launched a new

roundup of North Africans yester yesterday
day yesterday in the wake of the Soustelle

attack. Most of the acnvitv was

concentrated in the southern and

northeastern

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i.i. VVij. K US SELL W. HECHINGER. chief of the nsj A-mv P.rihh.,. ...

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years. Sheppard, a storekeeper at the QM Self Service Supply Center, suggested a time time-saving
saving time-saving device for clerical help. w y K wESX.

Lebanese Croup
Threatens Strike
To Thwart Karami
BEIRUT, Lebanon. SeDt. lfi

(UPI) Lebanon's para-militny
Christian phalange threatened to

can a general strike of its own
today if President-Elect Fuad C'he C'he-hab
hab C'he-hab forms a government headed
by an active rebel.
The move was obviouslv design

ed to thwart the candidacy of Tri Tripoli
poli Tripoli Rebel Chief Rashid Karami,
who was being most frequently

mennonea in tne nation s press
as the next prime minister.
Whether or not the phalange--probably
the most powerful singh
faction in the nation would ac actually
tually actually go through with it was
problematical.

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RETURN TO COLLEGE IN STATES

Miss Sunn Potter wUl return to the State this week to re reenter
enter reenter college .Iter spending the er months witl. hei r pa parents.
rents. parents. Canal Zone Governor and Mrs. W.E. Potter. Returning
with her will be Miss Deborah CJayton of Chicago, a classmate
who has been the house guest of the Potters.

Trl,Thrp.C.l
prannoo sw
tW Cultural Committee of the
ir.ttt-.Amrifan Woman's Club an
nounced initial plans today for a
proposed trip xor nwwueia
their guests. It is planned for the
group to transit uie canai
Say, September 27, aboard the I I-talian
talian I-talian liner Vespucci. At least 45
reservations are needed before
plans for the event can be com completed.
pleted. completed. For futher information, members
are urged to call, before Sentem Sentem-ber
ber Sentem-ber 22 to the club offices, Pana Panama
ma Panama 2-0511 or Balboa 2-3465.
Retaminf This Week
Pram Stateside Vacation
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Eno will
return Thursday from an extend extended
ed extended vacation in the States. On their
trip, they Visited relatives in Syra Syracuse,
cuse, Syracuse, N. Y., and the doctor at attended
tended attended medical conventions in
Texas and California. They plan
to return by plane from Miami.
PUturns To States
After Visit Here
Mrs. Stella Boggs DeMarr and
her four sons, Jim, Glenn, Barry
and Victor, have returned to the
States, tilling aboard the USNS
Gibbins. Mrs. DeMairr, who form formerly
erly formerly was a dancing teacher in
Ntw Cristobal, has been visaing
her father, Max R. Boggs, and
Mr sisters, Mrs. Anita Collins and
Mrs. Zona Dowell, and her aunt,
Mrs. Blanch A. Mclntire of Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Upon their return to the States,
they will join Captain DeMarr

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The George Folger residence in
Diablo was the scene of a surprise
shower and buffet honoring J.
Robert Mc Garrick, an expectant
father. Hots for the affair were
Mr. and Mrs. George Folger, Ed Edward
ward Edward Scott and William Carlin.
Attending the party were Mr.
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George Mullins, Mir. and Mrs. Earl
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lphon.
Catholic Daughters
Ca.holic Daugmers of America,
Court Our Lady of the Miraculous
Medal 874, will have a mee.ing
Thursday evening at 7:30 at the
Home ot the Knights of Columbus
in Margarita, au memoers aie
urged to attend.
Nyscott Archer
Dies; Funeral
Set For Tomorrow
Nvsmti. Archer, a retired em
ploye of the Panama Canal, died
this morning in Santo Tomas
Hoapltal after a brief illness. He
was 75 years old.
Funeral services have been
scheduled for tomorrow at 4
p.m in the Panama City Wesle Wesle-yan
yan Wesle-yan Methodist Church, followed
by burial in the Heifers, Ceme Cemetery.
tery. Cemetery.
Mr. Archer, a resident of Rw
Abajo, is survived by his wife
nri sons Emillo. Carlos. Bruce
and Norman, and his daughter,
Lurlene, in addition to several
grandchildren. Both Bruce and
Norman Archer are residents of
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exposure
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(comb, form)
It Penetrate
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machine
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circuit
3 Burmese
wood sprite
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42 Claws
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pronoun
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spring
47 African
antelope
50 River in
Mississippi
54 Youth
35 Banish
59 Fish eggs
60 Offer
01 Tennis term
62 Oriental
appellation
3 Bitter vetch
4 Large plants
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River is
in
11 Masculine
appellation
19 Organ of
hearing
21 Evening
(poet.)
23 Bank worker
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Frozen Potato Industry Is
Growing Business In Maine

BY GAYNOB MADDOX, NEA
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Not only the frozen poultry In In-Huatrv
Huatrv In-Huatrv but also the frozen potato
industry is rapidly developing in
Maine. Although most of the
state's potatoes are bagged and
shipped fresh over the country,
technologists are now helping de develop
velop develop frozen potatoes.
Today, the State markets frozen
fh'eltfenwSf potato puffs; potato
patties, with or without onions, and
mashed. ,.
In Belfast (Maine has many
towns with names you'd never ex expect
pect expect to find Down East, such as
Naples, Norway, Poland, Paris
and Berlin), we talked with yonng
Ted Starrctt, who earns tn Maine
"not to get rich but to live rich,"
He and two partners own the Pe Penobscot
nobscot Penobscot Frozen Food Lockers, Inc.,
where they freeze broilers and
potatoes.
One of their progressive ideas
is frozen stuffed baked potatoes.
They are served on some of the
not only developed' tins
uct we ate One not there in
the plant and found it delicious
but also invented the machinery
to process them.
As wa left, Starrett laughed.
"Maybe I won't get terriby rich
in money. But outdoor things that
cost money in other parts of the
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sickness epidemic sweeping the
Republic of Korea and Japan
claimed S3 more lives yesterday,
raising the unofficial death toll to
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country are here for the taking..
And my kids are growing up real really
ly really living."
The young industrialist started
back in.o the plant, but turned to
call aLer us, "And I can fish from
my own back yard. Can You?"
Cecile Dionne
Gives Birth
To Baby Boy
MONTREAL (UPI) Cecile
Dionne Langlois, 24, one of the
four surviving Dionne quintuplets,
lave birth Wk "ieveii pdund, fotfr
ounce boy Monday night, it Was
learned yesterday.
She was the first of the three
Married Dionnes to have a baby.
Cecile was married last Nov. 23
to television technician Pbillipe
LSnglois, 27, ; at Cornell, Ont.
Annette was' the first of the sis
ters to go to the altar. She also
is expecting a oaDy mis montn
The hospital said that both Ce
cile and her baby were doing
well. The baby, born at 9:45 p.m
will be named Claude.
"This is marvellous," said Ce
cile when told that she had a son.
She had said earlier that she
hoped her baby Would be a girl,
while her husband wanted a boy;
Langlois paced the hall outside
the delrvery room until he was
permitted to see his wife. Then he
telephoned the news to the grand grandparents,
parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliva
Dionne, in Corbeil.
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Altamira Guests
Rush To Complete

Dance Wardrobe
There appeared- to be S mad
rush this week by dance enthu
siasts to complete their ward
robe for the Club Altamira 's
sixth anniversary dance Satur
day at the Strangers Club in
Colon.
Dressmakers reported having
been flooded with orders for
cocktail length dresses from
members of the faire rsex.
As a novelty, six prizes will be
distributed among those attend
ing, each prize representing one
year of the clubs existence.
Special arrangements have
been made with the manage management
ment management of the strangers Club for
various price reductions for all
quests, who are urged to, present
their guest cards to obtain, aa
mittance.
The club's year book,- which
will be- put on sale at the dance,
was completed yesterday. Edited
bv George G. Thomas, the 52
page anniversary issue describes
the activities of the club and
gives a resume of the students
who have received scholarship
grants.
The yearbook is another of the
Altamira elUb's activities aimed
a sustaining scholarship fund.
MAK FRJEMDS
One letter you must never fail
to write is a bread and-butt.er
letter to your host and-hostess fit fitter
ter fitter you have been their house
guest. The person who fails to
write such a letter shows a lack
of appreciation.
H shouldn t exoect to be invi-
tfd'back. ;
By 'Oswald iiSSm
Written far NIA Service'
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SOUTH (D)
AQ104 2
393 m.
No mte vulnerable
South West North Bast
1 2S 2
3 V Pass 4
Pass Pass
Pass
Pass
Openns; Jead-t
Here is another Intercollegiate
Championship hand.
South's first problem occurs at
his second turn to bid. He oniy
'has 13 high card points but ins
singleton diamond should look
good to him and- he should at
tempt to get to game.1 Further
more, he should do so by bidding
three hearts; not three spades.
in that case North should railc
the hearts to four and South
should play the hand in that suit
aim inn. ui ipaues.
With hearts as trums. SomTi
ruffs the second diamond and
plays the king of hearts. East's
best defense is to let it hold.
South continues with the quee.i
whereupon East should win and
lead a. third heart. Now South
wins this and runs out all his
spades, discarding the jack of
diamonds and six of clubs from
dummy. His next play is a clu'i
and all he can lose will be one
club trick.
With spades as trumps there i
no play tor more than nine tricks
unless West helps declarer out by
jumping up with his ace of cliis
when Smith leads the suit. The
extra trick at hearts was pro
dured since South was able to
ruff ops. diamond in his .vn
hand and still keep four trump."
in dummy.
O-The bidding has been:
East South West North
1 Double Pass i
Pass 1 A Pass Sb
Pass v ? t
areJkSouth. hold:
AQllt5 WKS4 SAJI7
What do you do?
A Bid three sis. Taa have
dene a let of bMdlnt but yea
should still try far faint.
TODAY'S QUESTION
You hold the same hand and
double East's one-club opening.
Your partner responds with twe
hearts. What do you do nowT
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BROADWAY BULLETIN BOARD
Jerry Lewis' recent antics sr
the aitt oi the trade. He's been
getting into fierce battles wit
uis auuiences and losing his tern
per when they fail to appreciate
nis routine. At a recent person
al apperance, the tension was so
great ana unfunny that many in
the theatre just walked out. Hor
old Stassen is ready to return to
Washington either an aid io
the President or in a State De
partment post. .Jacques Mnes
the Nevada innkueoer tews ed
with Bobo Rockefeller, would like
to make Ann Sherman His Very
Own.
It's hard to imagine how Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Taylor expects to keen the
latest chapter of her true life story
on the front pages. ..s Sammy
Davis Jr. returns to the eligible
list, so does his highly publiciz
ed ex fiancee Cordie King. Hw
husband, Marion H. Stuart of In Indianapolis,
dianapolis, Indianapolis, is suing for livorce.
No Biz Like Show Biz: Agents
who've tried to book "Boots
Brown" on the strength of his
Victor rock 'n' roll hit. "Cerve
za." ran into a snag. There ain't
no "Boots Brown. He' really a
modern jazz man,' Shorty Rogers.
Ali Khan's chins think the UN
Ambassador's heartthrob French
manneguin Bettina, will make the
New York scene this Autumn. .
Three movie studios are after Ro
bert Walker Jr. so of Jer- Zer
'-. irst husband) who sya
bongos in a Hollywood night sp
:. rintish songstress and one of
th top-raking U. S. jazz instru instrumentalists
mentalists instrumentalists are causing talk. He's
still married to another ladyi .
Brigitte Bardot is scheduled to
the lead in the, cinema version of
the best-seller, "Th Image Mak
er" after she makes, hey fo star starrer
rer starrer with Frank Sinstra. : .Theatre
brokers are surprised (if pleased)
by the number of people who are
under the impression that the new
show, "The World of Suzie Wong."
is a musical. It's just a straight
play, folks. ; rjtww.-Vjd
Report from Paree's Left' Bank:
"James Jones ir hangiad sut
niehtslv at the Rive Gauche bns
tros dressed shabbily bearded and
constan.ly playing tne pinoall mi-
Ahinc iirtunh tho Frpnfh rail pipe-
trie billiards. James tells buddies
over here he's made the happy dis
covery that it costs him mote 1,
work in the USA thattJo.,
pots it, a bum in Europe. His big
new literary ambition to write the
life of the late jazz guitarist Djan-
go Rainhardt. t
Johnnv Carson wnos taaMsvg
over fr Jack Paar in October, may
set a refreshing IV teend. He'll
sue an absolute ediUto ihicast:
ho bff-'color jokesilsd.ft miwt
astonishing to see now tne greai a
merican press fell for the Ty Har
din Andra Mariin puonciiy siuni
npt just once, but twice, when they
tearfully announced their agents
"wouldn't letH them get married
because it would .hurt, their, car-;
eers" and tnen a lew aays later
when they joyfully decided tney a
get married anywsy: But r-morc
surprising than the; journalistic
gullibility was tnat no report
er bothered 1o pojnt out that the
bashful young bridegroom was
hardly likely o be professionally
injured by this wedding if he
wasn't by his first; he's already
had one wife aha is the father of
two children.
Jimmy Stewart's percentage deal
on "Bell, Book and Candle is so
dreamy he's sure to make $500,
000 and might well end up with
t2 500.000.
The James Hamersteir .(Sejs Os
cars son) have reconciled. He ll
serve as stage manager for "Flow
er Drum Song," the musical writ
ten bv Dad and Dick Rodgers. ..Al
Alberts, lead singer with The Four
Aces, is quitting the gioup to be
come a solo performer. A flying
wedge of Internal Revenue agents
invaded mid town nightclubs and
theatrical buildings to give show
business delinquents stern remind
ers that Uncle ,5am expects his
percentage. The, polite tax men
caused more man one top star w
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develop heart, palpitations, sine
it's well known that they often car
.y court orders enabling them to
grab the paycheck in settlement
of past due tazea.
Jill Davidson, the Look Magazine
irofile wilt dissect Bernard Gold Gold-fine
fine Gold-fine in a future issue.
Macabre note: Advance copies of
cott Gibbs' posthumous book.
ore ln Sorrow," contained a lit
tle notice reading, "Please send us
two copies of your review, We wa
one for our files and will send the
other to the author." MM
Gloria Vanderbilt copped the far-
out fashion prize at the" Stratford
Shakespeare Festival in Connecti
cut the other day. She wore the
"ackiest black dress ever created,
long bright red steckins high heel heeled
ed heeled slippers and not a bit of make makeup
up makeup and managed to look like s
beautiful 18-year old Sut to a mat
with her daddyexcept that dad-
ov turned out to be her husband,
Sidney Lumet. .The Robert Fen Fen-tons
tons Fen-tons (he's the TV executive, she
was dancer Jane Fieber. one m m-ried
ried m-ried to song-writer Sammy Fain)
are expecting twins.
"The older my mother in law
gets the more difficult she is 'o
get along with," writes a amass amassed
ed amassed wife.
"One of the things that makes
it so hard to Keep he- happy is
that everything she wants done is
a crisis hat has to be taken care
of immediately.
if sb wants to buy a dress to
wear next week, she must be
taken to town this month) sr to buy
it. Tomorrow won t do. The fact
that I have o change my nlans
W--' accommodate her whim!
doesn't bother her at Sir
"To keep peace. 1" do thinas
when ahe ins'sts on .doing them,
for she gets hurt and acts if 1
don't want to do Some hing if I
dare suggest i change of time or
try to fit her dsmands IfflsS my
busy schedule.
, "Tor m'ance. If I fhouln sug suggest
gest suggest taking her shopping tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow instead of today she would
be sue to say in a hur' voice to
mv husband,, '1 hoped Jane could
take me to town today but she'
Was too busy." And then I
loot: like a heel who isn't wiQihg
to put Kerelf out for a poor,
s wee' old lady who hates to make
trouble for anybody.
"Maybe this, doesn't, sould like
much of a problem put it has me
tearing my hair."
Maybe you've been patient too
long. Next time ihawants you tp
do sofaethii
inconvenient to yoof try asking:
JBmmM have to be done at this-
particular tints?" If she say? it;
does, then ask the simple ques question,
tion, question, "Why?"

V there is a real reason, then
make an effort to go Unt witfc'.

her plans; If there isnn, Mod rea
son at an, say genny ma. you
will be glad to do what sh? wants
at the time you choose. If she
ou's on a hurt act. ignore It. Beat.
per to tie punch by telling your
husband before she has a chance
that you have arranged to do
such arid such a thing for her t
such and such a time.
There may be hurt feelings St"
flrst, but if you are gracious yet
firm, your mother-in-law will ftnd
out that the hurt act no longer
has the power to make you jump.
ARRIV1S IN PARIS
1 flASiOltoi: W,ed;
M. Gruenther. president of the
American Red Cross, arrived
"esterday to take part in ceremon ceremonies
ies ceremonies connected with the retirement
of Field Marshal Viscount Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery as deputy aaprems com commander
mander commander of allies powers in Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. Montgomery first held the
post under Gruenther who pre
ceded Gen. Lauris Norstad as su supreme
preme supreme commander. Gruenther
will inspec' Red Cross facilities la
France during his visit.
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Social anl (jtli

Bit Sig ma Phi Mombori
H.vt Fir. Fall MW
The fin
season of die CaSl Zone Beta

Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi wat
held at the home of Alice McGann
in Coco Soliro. The "Tlitual for
thp Yar of Fulfillment" was pre

sented with the hottest,- Jane
Judge. Gemma O'Denneli and
Jean Caff ay taking active roles.
Members dedicated themselves to
aDolication and practice of the

cultural Droiranu. group attend-

Minnesota Farmer's

Hone Hit By B-52

As 7

Crewmen Ofe

HASfrlNfiS. Minn., Sept. n-r
(UPI)- Seven crewmen were kill'
ed lasb Bigh'. whew an Air Fore?
B-52 mcmnhfT crashed into a
farm hous; and disintegrated in a
series ot; explosions. Only the co copilot
pilot copilot pStaeiratetl to safety.
Air Forte- searcoers recovered
pieces iM flesh fruw 4be debris
scattered -ewr four acres, but
could find no other traces of the
men aboard.
Only one wall of the large stone
farm house was jteft standing, but
Wt ra-piinants manured to flee

before W. home was- rtUpeA

The co-pilot, Capt. Jack p. Craft
29, limestone, Maine, was taken
to veterans 'administration' hoioi hoioi-tal
tal hoioi-tal at Minneapolis for treatment
of cots- an brtlises suffered when
he jumped from the stricken plane
at low altitude.
The Strategic Air Command
plane was bp a straining fight
from Eoring'Air Force Base near
Limestone. the names of the vie-t-'-s
were withheld pending noti notification
fication notification of next of kif
The 'huge Jst aircraft plunged to
earth near 1a state highway about
10 miles south of St.h Paul, Mint)
and bounded ajons the ground in

to the August Kahl farm house

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NAVAfc AViAf ION Cadet Ken
neth RiLefi. son of Mr, and Mrs.
Fred H. Lee of Balboa Heights, has
comoletetl, h'isfirst ..solo flight io io-wards
wards io-wards becoming a naval aviato. aviato.-Le,
Le, aviato.-Le, who attended Purdue Univer Univer-sity
sity Univer-sity before entering the' Navy's a-

yht'ofl nrosram, made the flight

at the U. S. Naval Air Station It
Pensacpla, Fla. His' Tsic fl 1 1
training also includes comm ; ..
c if innc no ri croti jvn rn a n ovi n n

athletics, aerology and civil air

regulations. .' : ,

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lities of speakers.
Others attending the meeting
were Linn Angermuller. Anna
Mae Butcher, Mary Danielsen,
Norma Lee DeVoll, Terry F razier,
Bernice Grier, Mary Ann Scott,
Kelly Wainio, Gemma O'Donnell,
Marie Housely, Evelyn Redmond
and Joyce Cottrell.

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Obsequies Held
For Rhoda Hendy

Funeral services for the late
Mrs. Rhoda Henay, matron of toe
Salvation Army Women's Hostel
In Colon, who died Saturday morn
ing at the Amador Guerrero hos hospital,
pital, hospital, were held yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the Salvation Army Hall.
Burial was at Mt. Hope cemetery.
Mrs. Htndy, a native of Jamai Jamaica,
ca, Jamaica, came o the Isthmus in 1920.
She was a comrade (member) of
the S. A. Colon Cen.ral Corps and
an affiliate of the Isthmian Bene Benevolent
volent Benevolent Society.
Prior to bis departure to the is island
land island of Barbados, Maj. Clement
Moonsa wmy who opened the night
hostel for aged women, placed
Mrs" Hendy in charge. Since that
time, she has rendered yeoman's
service to the institution, giving
freely of her time and money for
Its upkeep. She was active as a
local preacher and was non-commissioned
officer-in-cJiarge of the
weekly Corps Cadet classes.
Mrs. Hendy is survived by her
sick mother, Mrs. Leonora Harvey;-
a cousin, Muriel Harvey; an
uncle, Lester Morris of St. Mary's,
Jamaica; an aunt, Adeline Mor Mor-iii,
iii, Mor-iii, residing in Jamaica, and o.h o.h-er
er o.h-er relatives- here and abroad.

WASHINGTON (UPD The
word is that President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower will be singing that old time
Democratic .prosperity song when
he foes campaigning coast to

coast this- fall.
! The song was "Happy Days Are

Here Again, and none ever wil.

forget it who attended the 1936

Democratic national convention at
which FDR accepted his second
term nomination.
If labor leaders and Democratic
strategists are quick to challenge
so optimistic a campaign theme,
the President might counter that
it it at least as appropriate now
as nearly 25 years ago when the

New Deal chorus was singing

Roosevelt on his way. More ap
propriate, perhaps in terms of im
employment which is the. basic
political measure of prosperity,
recession and depression.
There are fewer than five mil mil-lion
lion mil-lion persons unemployed in tn'.;
campaign year whereas the un

employed numbered slightly more

than nine million in 1936.
Unemployment was a nut which
FDR was unable to crack. 11
took a world, war to crack it for
him, despite pump priming, job job-making
making job-making and federal spending

which seemed eztravagently hfffe
at the time but which was not
much compared to current

government outlays. .. m

Eisenhower resisted, in the last

session of Congress, Democratic

efforts to spend the nation out of

recession and unemployment

F D R's record was pretty good

evidence that It cannot be done
Year long, Eisenhower has beet

Marie Mac Donald
$ays She'll Wed
investment Broker
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actress

Marie McDonald; tenter of a

storm of publicity during ner
marriage to wealthy shoeman

Harrv Karl, disclosed last mgiit

slie plans to wed investment brok

er Blake Garner,
The actress said she and Gar Garner,
ner, Garner, 40 year old' Beverly Hills

executive; probably would be

married during me Christmas

holidays in New Orleans at the

conclusion of a night club tour.
Miss McDonld, publicized as
"The Body" by Hollywood press
agents, said she and Garnet met
again recently after knowing each
Other for about 15 years. He has
not bflen married' befow
g i 5 f".e Wi j .
The actress made headlines
across the nation last year when
she showed up on the desert near
Indio, Calif., with a story that

she had been kidnaped from her

Encino home by two men.
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Alter Karl had announced earl earlier
ier earlier .this year that he planned to
divorce the actress, she an announced
nounced announced in Cincinnati, Ohio, that
he had had her kidnaped.
Authorities in Los Angeles were
preparing to bring' charges in the
ease When Miss McDonald re returned
turned returned and ad milted she hadnt
"told the truth" about Karl.

EBB

telling the public the current

siump wouia oe temporary.
His economic advisers are tell telling
ing telling him, now, that the worst i?

well over, that since June most

economic indicators have shown

a substantial slowing of the de

cline and the beginning of the

rise. These advisers are confiden;

that by late October the encour

aging signs will have multiplied

in number and in degree, thus

enabling the President, if he tie

sires, to tell the voters that the

United States is on the way back

to record prosperity.

There will remain the tough

and dangerous problems of cur

rency inflation, rising prices,

shrinking dollar purchasing now

er. All will be long way from

well on the domestit front. But

Republican tacticians are hope

fully confident that recession will
not be so damaging to them in

November as they had feared in
May,
Eisenhower, of eourse, will de depend
pend depend wholly upon his economic
advisers in his 1958 campaign
speeches. He is no economist,
himself.
Confronted on taking office in
195a with the economic controls
enacted after outbreak of the Ko Korean
rean Korean War, Eisenhower abolished
them after discussion at the first
business meeting of his new cabi
net. The big decision having been

taken, the meeting broke up. As

Treasury Secretary George M.
Humphrey came by, Eisenhower
caused him to pause.
"George," said the President
"I hope to heaven you know what
Jwi are doing."

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CHICAGO (UPI)

Truman ftaniel, back in front of

the lights atter a summer tayott,
said today she hopes to keep on
singing and acting for a long

But the girl from Independence,

Pacific youth Association
i'V" uf, lis i
Elects Board of Officers

The Pacific Youth Association,
sponsoring organization of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Teen (Hud. began its second
year of activity- with the annual
meeting and' election of officers
on Monday at the Teen Club
building.
Among tim various civic and
fraternal Organizations represent represented
ed represented were the Balboa Lion's Club
B.Jp;o.K Lodge MH, American
Legion P6st No. 1, WeriejttLe WeriejttLe-gion
gion WeriejttLe-gion Auxiliarv Unit Nu. l.jKhiaWjsr

of Columbus. Isthmisn Niitr&s As-

ciatiori, Pacific Civic Council, U.
S. Citizens Association, the pfesir
dent of the Teen Clnh and the,clti
manager. .Wg&Sr
The-new officers electfMew:
President, Harry Pearl; lite "pres "president,
ident, "president, Kerner Fraunheim: board
of directors Mrs. A. M. Bouche;

Jr. W. B. Mallory, Victor Heer,
J. M. Watson and P. Monaco;
Alternates Mrs. Rose Casey
and .lames Dunn.
' Mrs. "Ellen E. Bailey was re reappointed'
appointed' reappointed' as' secretary and Daniel
Zitzman was re appointed as trea treasurer."
surer." treasurer." "'
Those1 attending were given a
complete te'sume of clilb construc construction
tion construction and activities during the past

year -which included reports of

the building committee chairman,

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never know far ahead of time,"
she said.
Seated on a divan in the lobby
of swank suburban Drury Lane
Theater, the gracious blonde
daughter of former President Tru Truman
man Truman talked about her career and

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue,- ana ner family during a break in re-

Manhattaii. said she had "nothing hearsals for "Autumn Crocus'

definite" in professional appear appearances
ances appearances beyond a three-week "little
theater" .engagement here;
She made it plain that her: pro professional
fessional professional work will have to play

second fiddle to her No. l job.

"My husband and son come

first," she said. "If I can work

and not hurt them, I want to keep
on." i IF' '

Miss Truman said she is meet
interested in television and "still
committed to NBC," which has
con'racted her on a "luest artist"

basis since la

She showed no resentment "at
the' fact that NBC used her only
sparingly last season, and no con concern
cern concern over the absence of any
"guest" date so far for the fall
and winter season.

SUNWARD BOUND Jack
and hit beanstalk had nothing
on five-year-old Dale Merkel,
standing on the jupper porch of
his .Cleveland, Ohio; nowe. As
a tike in kindergarten, he plant planted
ed planted this sunflower. It is already
14 feet high and still growing.
With Dale it bit mother, Mrs.
Carl Merkel.

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on a roadside netr Prankfort,"
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(opening tonight).

She was shy and seemed a bit
tired after three hours of rehears rehearsal,
al, rehearsal, but she laughed merrily when
the conversation turned to her 15-month-old
son, Clifton Truman
Daniel. i
"Noisy' extremely noisy," sh sh-said.
said. sh-said. "He yells at me.. .doesn't
cry.. .just yells.. .he's full of the
devil."
With the obvious pride of a
mother, she reported that her son
"talks a lot and learned to walk
this summer."
"He's a very; cute, brigtt little
hoy," we think, she' said. "I
talked to my husband last night.
He's taking care of the baby to today.
day. today. She said Clifton Truman was in

good hands with his father, news newspaperman
paperman newspaperman E. Clifton Daniel, and
"a wonderful nurse who has been
wi'h us since the baby was born."
Daniel plans to come to Chica Chicago
go Chicago during one weekend of her run
at the Drury Lane, Miss Truman
said.
In "Autumn Crocus," she plays
the part of an American school
teacher, abroad for the first time
who falls in love, with a Swiss inn innkeeper.
keeper. innkeeper. Playing with her is
George Voskoyec, who appeared
with her in the TV vession of the
same play.

InerpoP Wants
Teeth To Punish
Rag -Trade Pirates
LONDON (UPI) The Inter
national Police Organization (In

terpOl) today considered ways of

catching "rag trade pirates who
steal the Paris secrets of wom women's
en's women's waists and hemipes.
Detectives from 46 countries
represented in the worldwide or organization
ganization organization were asked by France
to move against moun'ing forgery
in high fashion. The French want
design pirating made a criminal
offense,
Interpol Secretary General Mar Marcel
cel Marcel Sicot, one of France's top de detectives,
tectives, detectives, told reporters at the an annual
nual annual Interpol conference here
"there has been forgery of the
creations of the French fashion
houses, their models and per perfumes)
fumes) perfumes) He said that in some cases
copies' of dresses produced by
such houses as Dior had appeared
in foreign stores before the origin originals
als originals were completed in Paris.
"The French delegation wants
the assembly to discuss it," Si Si-cot
cot Si-cot said. "Clients of our very fa famous
mous famous fashion houses who are
known all over the world are involve."

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nounced announced yesterday.

HANDSHAKE AND AWARD Luis E. Hernandez, a resident of Panama City and an em

ploye of the Adjuntant General's Section, United States Army Caribbean at Fort Amt Amt-dor,
dor, Amt-dor, gets a handshake from Maj. Harry A. Halllwell, chief of the section's administrative

tervlcesdivislon, upon successful completion of a correspondence course in records manage management
ment management This is one of several courses offered to provide United States and Panamanian em employes
ployes employes oi the Adjuntant General's Section with aavancemente opportunities. Lt. Col. A.E. Bon Bon-nlwell,
nlwell, Bon-nlwell, deputy adjutant general, extreme left, and Leigh Stevenson, records administrator,
extreme -right, watched the ceremony. Hernandez lives at Chorrera.
(U.S. Army Photo).

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1951
WW

Another

Burdette

Victory Worries

Casey

Stengel

Righthander Hurls 18th
Win Over San Francisco

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Sept. 18 (UPI) Some time to today,
day, today, asey Stengel is going to sit down, turn to the
sports section and get a sinking feeling when his
eyes light on that painful but familiar phrase

"Burdette wins again."
Stengel, an avid reader, will
luickly gloss over the fact that
est night's 4-1 victory over San
Francisco was Lew Burdette's
18th f the season and that the
iriumph reduced the Milwaukee
Braves' pennant clinching
'magic number" to three.
What will really intrigue the
Fankee manager is that Bur Bur-jette
jette Bur-jette did not walk a single man,
never was in any real trouble
snd would have wound up with
t shutout had it not been for
Bill White's fifth-inning homer.
Stengel will have some more
food for thought when he mulls
aver the 4-2 victory Frank Lary
f Detroit registered against the
Ifankees yesterday.
Lary Is practically a carbon
copy of Burdette, pitching to
spot and specializing in
breaking staff. It marked the
Detroit right-hander's seventh
victory of the season over the
American League champs and
it was the first time any pitch pitcher
er pitcher beat the Yanks more than
six times within the same
year since Ed Walsh posted a
9-1 record against New York
in 1908.
Lary limited the Yankees to
three hits in gaining his 16th
win of the season and boosting
his lifetime record over the
Bronx Bombers to 16-5. Gus Zer Zer-nial's
nial's Zer-nial's two-run double off Zack
Monroe in the seventh gave the
Tigers the two runs that brought
them from behind and earned
them their 11th victory over the
Yankees this season. That as assures
sures assures them of at least a tie in
the season's series, something
that doesn't sit too well with
Casey, either.
Just as a matter of pride,
Stengel says he likes to win the
season series from every club in
the league.
Elsewhere in the American
League, Cleveland climbed into
ft fourth-place tie by beating
Washington, 5-1; behind Gary
Bell's two-hitter, while Chicago
took a 4-S decision from Balti
more. Rain washed out a dou-
bleheader between Boston and
Kansas City.
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Pirates, who still keep hop hoping,
ing, hoping, won the completion of a
suspended game from the Car Cardinals,
dinals, Cardinals, 2-1, and then beat the
Redbirds, 3-1, in a regular
scheduled contest. Cincinnati
swept a pair from Los Angeles,
5-3 and j-5, in 10 innings while
Chicago defeated Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, 10-8, in 10 innings.

Besides pitching a two-hitter
for his 11th victory, young Bell
rapped out four hits against the
Senators. Rocky Colavito slam
med his 38th homer off loser
Pedro Ramos In the second in
ning.
Dick Donovan of the White
Sox went over the .500 mark for
the first time this season by
winning hi 14th game. He fell
behind when homers by Gus
Tnannos: and .eene Woodllng
gave the Orioles 3-0 lead, but
the White Sox tied the score
with the aid of Sherm Lollar's
homer in the third and Bubba
Phillips singled home the win
nlng run in the eighth. Hoyt
Wilhelm was the lOser.
Bob Skinner led 'Pittsburgh to
victory in the regulation game
when he drove In single runs in
the sixth and eighth innings
Ronnie Kline went the route for
his 13th .win. Right-hander
oeorge Wfft 5wrted the sus
pended game on Aug. 3 and
completed it last night, taking
over in the fifth inning and
holding the Cards to one run
Skinner also drove in both
Pittsburgh runs on Aug. 3 off
loser Wilmer Mizell.
Jerry Lynch, Pete Whisen Whisen-ant
ant Whisen-ant and Dutch Dotterer each
homered off loser johnny Po Po-dres
dres Po-dres in Cincinnati's opening
game triumph. Brooks Law Law-ence,
ence, Law-ence, who took over in the
first inning when Joe Nux Nux-hall's
hall's Nux-hall's arm tightened, was the
winner.

Smokv nSSrh iSfev, Yankees 21 6

m the 10th inning decided the
nightcap, rinicp snider- homered

t.h inth inntr, AarKAmA i,TicUsh. Indians

for the Dodgers and later escap
er serious injury after beine
felled by a line drive while run running
ning running up the third base line. Tom
Acker was the winning Ditcher.
Alvin Dark's 10th inning sin
gle arove in the two runs a
gainst the Phillies that snapped
a three-eame Cub losing streak
Dark delivered his hit off rook rookie
ie rookie Don Erickson. Chlco Fernan-
oez and Frank Herrera each
homered for the Phils while
Dale Long and Jim Marshall

connected for t.h nuns wnnirip'lnto tne Rose Bowl and bowled

John Buzhardt was the Winner.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
GAMBOA
On Sunday, Sept. 21. the C.im
boa Gun Club will hold a mmni
nation Turkey and Ham Shoot ?i
10:00 a.m. In addition lo this p-
vent, a new tvDe of shoot will hp
introduced to the Isthmus This
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Herd of it? if not. come out
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LEADING
HITTERS
(B.sed on 37S official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

G AB R H Pet.
Ashburn. Phi.
143 580 88 199 .343
Musial, St. L.
128 444 62 150 .338
144 566 111 19 .336
144 571 105 190 .333
137 498 88 161 .323
140 569 '82 180 .316
145 581 114 182 .313
116 397 54 123 .310
140 531 93 163 .30
141 542 82 166 .306
Mays, S. F.
AaroD, Mil.
Skinner, Pit.
Cepeda S. F.
Banks, Chi.
Lynch, Cin.
Boyer, St L.
Temple, Cin.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels, Bos. 135 517 90 165 .319
Cerv, K. C. 130 475
89 150 .316
72 119 .316
94 175 .315
68 164 .315
81 158 .311
Williams, Bos. 118 377
Power, Clev. 136 555
Kuenn, Det. 129 521
Kaline, Det. 136 508
Minoso, Clev. 140 526
88 161 .306
Siebern. N. Y. 125 428
76 131 .306
78 177 .303
73 141 303
41 122 .303
Fox, Chi. 145 584
Colavito, Clev. 135 465
Goodman, Chi. 109 402
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Robinson, Redlegs
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
4fi
35
30
30
29
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Cerv, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox
40
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38
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34
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
H. Anderson Phils
Cepeda, Giants
Mays, Giants
124
108
Hi
92
91
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
Sievers, Senators
Cerv, Athletics
Berra, Yankees
115
106
101
ieo
89
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 15 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L
Pet.
.68.'
.643
.630
.725
.618
Spahn, Braves
Burdette, Braves
Purkey, Redlegs
Hobbie, Cubs
Friend, Pirates
20
18
17
10
21
AMERICAN I F Afll IE
.778
.682
.668
.632
.630
15
14
12
17
Ford, Yankees
Delock, Red Soz
Pierce, White Sox
Whatever
Happened to .
DON DOHONEY
Don Dohoney, a great end at
Michigan State, was caDtain of
the 1953 Spartans who ploughed
through i 91 season. As Big Ten
champs, Michigan late roarej
over UCLA in a 28 20 thriller.
Dohoney, a brilliant all round
player, made the United Press
All America team that season and
was the last All America "pro
duct" of coach Biggie Munn who
retired after the 1953 season to
become full time athletic director.
Whatever happened to Don Do Dohoney?
honey? Dohoney? He stifl lives in Lansing.
Mich., near the home of th--Spartans,
and is a successful in insurance
surance insurance executive.
Player Of The Day
ROBIN ROBERTS
Robin Roberts will always be
able to look back on 1958 as the
year in which he fooled the ex experts.
perts. experts. The big right hander, who won
20 games for the Philadelphia
Phillies for six straight years from
1950 through 1955, was regarded
as pretty much washed up whe;i
the season started. His combined
record for the 1956 and 1557 sea
sons was 29-40 and his earned run
averages were 4.45 4.07.
But the 31-year-old native of
Springfield, HI., has staged a re
markable comeback with a team
fighting to avoid finishing in last
place. His 6-2 victory over the St.
Louis Cardinals Monday night in
creased his record to 16-13 end
his earned run average is a
solid 3.32.
So, after all, It appears there
are a few years of first class
pitching left in Master Robin's
right arm.
TROUBLE SHOOTER
UNIVERSITY, Ala. (NBA) In
13 years of picking Maryland,
Kentucky and Texas A. and M
off the floor, the football teams
of Bear Bryant, new Alabama
coach, won 91 while losing 39 ;fid
being tied I times.
- TODAY
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REBOUND Ron Baxter, number nine, of Fort Kobbe, tries in
vain to pull down a rebound, but a member of Army Atlantic's
team manages to get inside and try a tap-in. Fort Kobbe how however,
ever, however, managed to pull a stunning victory over the Atlantic
siders, 72 to 50.

Tiger
By TREVOR SIMONS
It's not two weeks since the Cris
tobal High football team for 19d3
went on the assembly line, but al
ready it's not too difficult to pick
the No. 1 squad that will try to
bring glory to the Blue and Gold
this year. The pre season turn-out
has been the largest ever for the
Atlantic Siders; a total of 58 aspi
rants have signed up for football.
But irom this record number
coaches Ingram and Moswer won't
find much to back up their start starting
ing starting eleven and will probably find
it impossible to select from manv
more than 19 or 20 players alto
gether.
In the backfreld there is the
flashy quarterback, Don Humphrey
along with halfback Kieth Ktiug
and fullback John Boseman. the
other first string halfback slot will
go to a sophomore, George Cotton
who, from this corner, looks like
a sure bet to become a fixture in
the Tiger backfield for three
years. George is a rarity in the
Tiger backfield in the fact that he
is a big lad, but despite his yout'.i
he is well coordinated and should
turn into a powerful running back
Herb Spector seems the only oth
er back with first string qualifica
tions and there is very little in
sight in the way of an adenua'e
quarterback replacement after
Humphrey.
If any of the youngsters on the
Cristobal line develop into good
replacement power there would-be
good reason to be a bit optimistic
about the Tiger's front wall. In
the middle is 200 pounder Russ
Favorite flanked by a pair of hard hardhitting
hitting hardhitting guards who should give the
Tigers some good punch. Walter
Woodruff and John Peterson are
the pair and both of these Crinto-
balites are looking stronger and
better with each passing practice
session.
Don Bruce and Pete Ender give
Cristobal a goodly pair of tackles
with a strong yen for football.
Both Bruce and Ender tip th,"
scales in the neighborhood of 200
pounds. Jose Crooks' a reckless
runner, should soon nan aown one
end position, while the other, still
ooen for grabs, could come under
the guidance of a newcomer to
Cristobal High School, Russ Strom Strom-berg.
berg. Strom-berg. Stromberg is a rangy junior
OUT OF DOORS
MAU MAU GUNSMITHS
RESOURCEFUL
By WARREN PACE
Shooting Editor
THERE is a point clear o
shooting-minded American to hi
drawn from deadly souvernirs once
wrested from the Keny a Libera
tion Army, as the Mau Mau trib tribal
al tribal terrorists rather over-esteemed
themselves.
These curious are four guns now
in my possession. They are wea
pons quite unlike anything pro produced
duced produced by our factories or custom
gun-builders, items crude yet sig significant.
nificant. significant. Made by untutored na
tives working far back in the
desert bush or in the rain forests
of the Aberdares, these wer
crested over crude forges, wi.b
endlessly patient file strokes.
The barrels are of half-inch wa water
ter water nipe. receivers of galvanized
pipe one size larger, firing pins
of sharpened carriage nous or
long nails, stocks of vaguely mil
itary shape fashioned of local

woods. Most of them have carry

Johansson

Rags
with a good pair of hands who
should beat out Hugo Tompkins in
the fight for the other Cristobal
end.
nl Sanders will more than' lik-i
ly see much action in the Tiger
line. He has been doubling as a
guard, tackle and center and will
probably be called upon to han-lb
each position in an effort to sprea.l
out the strength.
Behind these, the Cristobal
coaches will look for help from a
quartet of freshmen and sopho
mores Wbom, if they don't com
pletely come around this year,
should be ready for full time du
ty next -season. Dewey Whitaker
should be of .much help to the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers this year, while on the line,
freshman Brian Lutz and sopho sophomores
mores sophomores Donald Bonneau and Alex
Stern have all shown well. On de defense
fense defense Bonneau has shown a will will-ingess
ingess will-ingess to go it rough and S'jrn
has been a driving force as line--backer.
From the Tiger crew of 58 theri
are hopes for the future, but if
they are to entertain any thoughts
of an Atlantic Side championship
for 1958 they will probably have
to rely heavily on their staff of
first stringers. Most or all wilfcbe
called upon to go bo'f ways and
coaches Ingram and Moser hone
to have them in top condition for
just that bv Jamboree time, Oc October
tober October 3, 1958.
?avo round Sports
The following is the schedule ot
swimming classes at the Gatun
pool:
Monday and Wtntsday
10:45-11:30 Adult classes: 1:00 1
30 Kdg. Classes Matgrita nd
Coco Solo; 1:30-2:00 Adult classrs;
3:15 3:45 Beg. Swimming Gtun
Children: 3:45 4:15 Intermediate
Classes Margarita and Coco Solo;
4:15 4:45 Special Beginning Class
es.
Tuesday and Thursday
10:45 11:30 Nursery School: 100
1:30 Kdg. classes Gatun Children;
3:15-3:45 Intermediate classes Gn
un Children; 345-4:15 Swimmers
Class; 3:45-4:15 Beginning Swim
ming for Margarita and Coco
Solo children; 4:15-4:45 Adv. Swim
and Jr. Life Saving.
with
mm
ing slings or straps of antelope
hide. Some even have sights;
Incredibly enough, despite the
crudity of thae jungle style zip
guns, the more advanced models
shoot in a fashion deadly at short
range. Since- the .303 British ca-t
ridce was the one which the bri
gands might seize in raids on out
lying police posts tests un unmade
made unmade with this load, using the bal
lislic laboratory facilities of Rem
ington.
The 215-crain bullets flew out
of the barrel at some 360 foot sec
onds, fast enough to slam through
the gelatine blocks, of a consist consistency
ency consistency simulating human flesh, H at
were used, ana to keep bouncing
around in the armored test-firing
rooms. They killed men, often
bloodily, at the short distances
common in jungle fighfing.
The items In my collection were
seized from native terrorists by
my white hunter friend Tony Dy Dyer
er Dyer after- Jungle battles.
These guns were cretited out f
nothing under anti firearms laws
so stringent as to include death.

Return

Contract
By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK (UPI) Truman
Gibson planned to unveil today
the contract for a return bout be
tween unbeaten Ingemar Jonas
ton, sensational Swedish heavy
weight, and his latest victim.
Eddie Machen of San Francisco
On the basis of this contract,
Gibson, president of the Inter International
national International Boxing Club, has in
formed the Illinois State Athletic
Commission he hopes to stage a
Johansson Machen fight at Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Stadium in late January.
Gibson was- scheduled to meet
Machen and manager Sid
Flaherty at International Airport
today on their arrival from Swe Sweden.
den. Sweden. Flaherty had promised to
hand Gibson the contract at the
airport, men Gibson would dis display
play display the document to the press at
IBC headquarters.
. Machen was knocked out in 'he
nrst round by Euronean chamninn
Johansson at Gothenburg, Sweden,
u"nay mgnt.
I talked to Flaherty on the
pnone to Gothenburg Monday,''
Gibson said. "And he again con confirmed
firmed confirmed the return bout contract
and its terms. He said it calls
for a return fieht in the TTniti-.-i
States within 60 davs. because
Machen was beaten."
Johansson's manager, Edvin
Ahlqvist, denied the existence of
any return bout contract Mon Monday
day Monday morning at Gothenburg.
But Gibson, declared, "Flaherty
told me positively both Ahlqvist
and Johansson had signed the
contract. Both signatures are on
it. Moreover, only last Friday
Alqvist admitted to me on ne
phone they had signed a return
contract."
Alter displaying the contract
today, Gibson plans to file it wifn
tne Illinois commission to make
certain Johansson fulfills it before
attempting to fitht anyone else in
the United States.
DIABLO PUSINESS
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
Teams , w.t
Accountants. ,,! ' 4 0
Balboa Brewereettes
Shoppers 3 1
Buyers i i
Advertisers l 3
Merchants 13
Salesladies 1 3
Bankers 0 -i
After a warm'up session the week
before, the ladies started in ernest
to transact the business of knocking
down the ten pins at the Diablo
Bowling Center. There are still
few spots opened for some Indie:'
Who want to try their skill of
knocking down the sticks.
Accountants 4 Bankers 0
With Gwen Sack and Muriel Mit Mit-chii'nson
chii'nson Mit-chii'nson accounting for 500 series,
the' Accountants made all the en
tries on the blue side of the leog leog-er.
er. leog-er. Gwen entered 529 and Muriel
502, and helped their team to win
all four points. It was a rougli
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE.
The directors of the Pacific Lit Little
tle Little League announce that mothers
or fathers, or both of each ooy
who is a member of expects to
be a member of the Pacific Little
League and its Farm League,
should be present at a meeting
to bfe held Monday, October 13 at
the Diablo Service Center, at 7.30
a.m. This information is issued
well in advance so that parents
may arrange their social calender
accordingly.
As repeated often times, the Lit Little
tle Little League belongs to the commu
nity and the Pacific Little League
has an important message to deliv
er to the parents. Also if there
are others who do not have young youngsters
sters youngsters but who are interested in the
Little League program may attend
the conclave.
The boys eligible under the Pa
cific Little League charter are
those that attend U. S. rate schools
on the Pacific side of the Canal
Zone. Boys residing in Curundu.
come under the jurisdiction of
Curundu Little League, those on
Army and Navy Posts come under
thehArmed Forces Little League,
and those boys whose dad are con
nected with the Airforce comd und
er the Albrook Air Force League.
The boys attending the Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican schools of the Canal Zone
would play for the Isthmaln Little
League.
Under the terms of the fran fran-chises
chises fran-chises issued by the Headquarters
of Little League in Williamsport.
all leagues-respect the boundries
and territories of one another.
Only those who boys would apply
ta the" Pacifie Little and Farm
Leagues may attend the meeting.
Tdday Bncanto .40 .25
Best Picture of The Year I
William Holden
Alec Guinness In
The Bridge On the Eiver
Kwal" Plus:
"Challenge of Rin Tin Tin"

Editor. CONK ADO SARGfc AN 7
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee J 5s
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GB
Pittsburgh
San Francisco
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Let Angeles
Chicago
Philadelphia
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at St. .Louis (N).
Chicago at Philadelphia (N).
uniy games scheduled
scheduled. ;
Yesterday's Results
St, Louis 009 000 100 1 9 1
Pittsburgh 0ta.010.00x 2 12 ;
Mizeil (10-3), McDaniel, Bros
nan and Green.
wut t ana Foties.
(Completion of suspended game
of Aug. 3). V
(Night Gam-) ; ,.
St. Louis 000 001 006i-l
Pittsburgh 000 002 Olx 3
Mabe (2 7) and Green.
Kline (13-15) and" Hall.
(Twilight Game)
Los Angeles 100 4)00 0023 12 0
Cincinnati 300 110 OOx 5 8 0
Podres (14 13), Bessent, Erskine
and Pignatano,
Nuzhall. Lawrence (812), Pena
and Dotterer. i
(Night Game) v
( 10 inningtL Si
Los Angeles 200 (Al 100 (-5' !) 1
Cincinnati fWo 001 000 27 10 o
Koufax, Birrer, Craig, Klippstein
(6 6) and Roscboro. 7
Acker (4 3) and jjfjrfterer.
(Night Gaips); :- l
S. Fco. OW'fkO DMa 7 3
Milwaukee 010 000 30x 4 S 0
Atoneih (15 13), Worthingtoh,
McCormick and Schmidt.
Burdette (18 10) and Crandall.

82. .558 a
75 71 .514 12Vs
74 74 .500 Wh
75 .47! Wfr
7 7 .450 10
M 7 .455 21
3 02 ,434 24

night for the Bankers, who were snonsor ti w.:iL.j
on the verge of Wruotcy. K4ffiE? WSOt

oniy asset was Kuth Daniels 514.
Blbo ftntwtftw Jew1 r
Salesladies 1
Despite Little Lil Gunn firins a
514 scratch set and 568 handicap,
me aaiesiamcs nao oniy one win winning
ning winning sale and thlt was in the mid4
die game. Lil's 514 series featured
a 203 game. For the. gals that
are representing the'Nao-al r"v
wery, Marion Smith, Betty Wil
liams and B. J. Neisen v; ft' r
the 500 mark, and assisted greatly
in gathering the three winn-u?
markers.
Shoppers 3 Merchants 1
Here was a battle of 5C seHs
close games, goo-t chn'---, etc.
F;rst game went to the shoppers
by 11 pins, the second oae ..
to the Merchants by 3 pins and the
Shoppers wrapped up the balance
by 14 pins. For the Shoppers Blon Blon-die
die Blon-die Marchl led the quartet with
527, Vi Rudy 517 and Helen Glud
505. For the Merchants Frances
Dunn was on her eay to a super
duper series with 168 and 184
games when the bottom fell out
and a 115 game popped up. Even
with that Frannie framed a 557
series, and she was well support
ed by E. Borgis 513, and 50ft for
M. Weyeretbt,) ,: .' v (
Buyers 3 Advertisers 1
Betty Brown and ThelmaLe-
wandie went on a shopping spree
and bought for the Buyers, a 3 to
1 victory. The Write of the vitn
was 524 pins by Betty abd 510
for Thelma. Rose Lastinger. Cu
Hindu's contribution to the ranxs
of the Advertisers got over hrr
first night jitters and produced a
579 series, and Gladys Graham
starred with her 518 series.
LATIN AMERICA
SCHOOL LEAGUE
The Latin American School Bowl
ing League of Albrook A.F.B. got
under way with a new set of spon
sors and teams. As per tradition
the teams, will, be identified by
the name of the sponsors. Our
TOMORROW!
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
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Pet.
New York
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77
72
70
71
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74
74
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Chicago
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Baltimore
Kansas City
Washing
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Baltimore at cw.a
1 Boston at Kansas city (2).
" 6'uca stneaie-
(N,ght'R
(1 0? HiiJf y' fBuzhHrdl
U-0), Hillman and Neeman.
Er& rnl't Mlyet rrM
Enckion (0 1) Merehead and Ho
New York
Detroit
000 lift Q00 2
M0 001 2ix,-4
3
1
Howard.' MOmj0e !fptf
Lary (16 14 and WllsW.
(Night Game)
Baltimore 012 fJOO 000-3 8 (
Chicago 003 000 Olx 4 8
an?1SanSsheIm
Donovan: (14 13) and Eollar.
(Night Gaoie)
Washington 000 000 010-1 2
Cleveland 010 000 40z 5 14
Ramos (1415), Hyde and Court
Bell (9-8) and Nixon.
Boston at Kansas City
M-i.vrysiponea Hain).
wagon, La Maaeata N9tinni

Jewelers, ; antf Marlboro.
The outcome oi the games play.
ed Sept. 10 saw Marlboro r$"n
first place in the league by taWn?
2 points from National Radio.' Out.
standing in the Marlboro line Up
were T-aylor with a- 557 seriei 4
Gomez with 42C5riona'l Rad't
took the other 2 points with Har Harvey
vey Harvey roUing a 480 and Montoya i
431.
Gulfpride was under tough pres-
sure, but managed to take 3 oom's
from-Orawford Agencies, although -everyone
admits it was not a nush nush-over.
over. nush-over. The big' guns for the Oilmen
were Davik with ri--i
Vi"il who managed "tb put down
363. For Crawford Agencies ie
best efforts were put forth by Spi-
ros, who bow'ed a 397. and Larra Larra-zabal
zabal Larra-zabal with 386 under his belt.
The Jewelers from Mercurio got
tough with Volkswagen and took
3 points from them. Huert a s out
dirj himself for Merctirib with a
443 series as well s "Her" n !) '- z
with a 426. For Volkswagen. th
best efforts were invtb shsne of
Serna who put down 437 and Ste Ste-vents
vents Ste-vents with a 383 seTjesV
La Mascota bowled with a one one-man
man one-man handicap and it : was not
strong enough to :' deferni ijsef a-
gainst Cerveeeria Balbaf The Ccr-
vecerbsr had to work for the 3
noints that they squeezed but t
La Mascota. Di Paulo rolled .i 471
and Bttrkhalter a 402 for Balboa.
For the Haberdashers L'Merieux
came in with 458 and La Grange
3 !-.'.;.'?.' 1
The score sheet looks as follows:

W L
Marlboro
Gulfpride
Mercuric
Cerveeeria Balboa
Crawford Agencies
National Radio
Vnlkswaeen
It
7
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10
11
12
12
17
18
15
12
12
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IDNliDAT, SEPTEMBEK 17, lf$t
n LA Opens Conf rover

sio Football Season

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By HARRY GRAYSON
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PRE SEASON drudgery And

drills oat of the way, college foot
ball fires the opening round of

another season on Sept. 20.

Every football campaign is ez i

citing and this one could be con controversial.
troversial. controversial. Liberalized substitution

practically returns the platoons.
The two point conversion will have
Old Bluei second guessing many

coach. And the character duiio-
. i i if.

ers are waiting io see now om
ciais interpret one-arm blocking.

All of the big conferences do

not start butting heads for anoth

er week,- when major powers col

lide, but mere is suuiuem com competition
petition competition in the early skN nistiej

to give you a rougn laea oi wan
is to come.

This fall's kickoff furnished ad

ditional evidence that Los Angeles

Southern California in the manv
moth Coliseum on Friday night.

Pittsburah aiays UCLA on batur

dav afternoon and tie LA Rami

and the Pittsburgh Steelers scram

ble in an exhibition game the next

day. All three productions v.tu

nlav to 50.000 or more. was ine

football gold that took the base
ball Dodgers to the golden slope

HOOd'U&Xlii

By Coitrado Skigfant

i ii iiiii imii..H

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a- ur nit: ucpt I

in news and entertainment
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SAVE 'A

Jockeys out at the President

nnAfi.nA, VAHA O f fit 11

tn th rui over the week

yjke mr urn,,, raw

.UMU S-'l. t..a.an fAf ml.

intnnln T.avpnn IPnstaclO Gar-

ri. Parades. Juan A. Jimenez

, Larry Tomllnson were fined
eaeh for not using the cor-

ct colore on Ftfito, Manema,

a nr .tit iH i iif it uai.uuu

u, lfr Ormn onrt -1 11110

Jockeys; AristUles Lories and

o airer ine wcinnwi m mu

Slderal, Narval and canoe

rh herause thev refused to

art in two consecutive races.

oOo-i

The Stud Maoui ha. timrea

reed, Lindft Susy and Npanja-

on sale. . Quaaaicanai, now
the doldrums of a sluma Is

lcnnal's owner asks 12.500, for

e coit. a youu uwwu ibiukm

enough to close the aeai
, oOo

The first four finishers In last
. .'jVli. ..uHa fin.

were riven both saliva tests

ai unAn

ur at; ine ena oi ine w,iruu

ature were Perduiano, inior-

al. Brleht Spur ana Luciano.

-ooo

According to a reliable source

during ,th two days of racing
over the weekend. They insist insist-fJffiiMk
fJffiiMk insist-fJffiiMk keeping i thein Itaounts In
the heaviest InstaMMi InstaMMi-entBg
entBg InstaMMi-entBg their cnanee$!W victo victory.
ry. victory. Baeza. who had been consis

tent lh taking the wld way a a-round
round a-round the final bend with much

success, was eviflentlv, ,.convlnc

ed that any mmmMvm on
the inside because he scored
here' with Jabalina and Pan
Tostado. These, -two animals
would probably not have been as
hard pressed at the finish as

they were if they had raced on
firmer footing on the outside.
. oOo ,,fit'J w

The equine populatiin of the
local racetrack was one less to

day following the death of

mediocre sprinter Panicus Mon

day night. Panicus reportedly

stumbled while taking startini
practice Monday morning, los

his rider and ran aronnd the

tracK severa ltimes. He was

owned by Agustln (Tin) Ortega.
Snuffy Sfirnweiss
Among Victims Of
Jersey Train Wreck
BAYONNE, N.J., Scot. J (UPI)
Gepr?e (f2miv) Sf'we'ss. for
mer New Yftrk Yankee second

baseman and Amer'cn Tesgue

batting chammon in 1945. rted in
wreck of 'a -Teriev C""trj9l Ra'
rod' commuter tram Monday it
vtUt officially confirm? yester
day.

AS FOR HANDICAPPING the

colleee eames. Oregon State gen

erallv is nicked to win the last

championship of the dying Pac

fie Coast Conference and also is

the choice to shade Southern l ai.
Pittsburgh is the pick over UCLA,

which has a new neaa man in

Georee Dickerson and remains

sorely handicapped oy tne penai

tv restriction of seven seniors

A third interesting college out

Ing in the far west sees stantor!

at wasningion aiaie, wmtn

has the passing to beat Oregon

State to the Rose Bowl.

Rice, the defending Southwest

Conference champion, retains con

siderable, but can Larry Duett

throw the ball as accurately a?

did King Hill and Frank Ryan and

enable Buddy Dial to piucK on ii

nasses? In this one, I'll string

along with Louisiana aiaie, pacea

bv the rousing bacKs, amy Lan

nbn and Red Brodnaz.

Coach Frank Broyles is new at

Arkansas, but I' believe the old

Tennessee hand will 'get the Ra
zorbacks up in time to beat Bay
lor in Little Rock. Georgia is com

ina uo. but by now Darrel Royal

has Texas too well organized for
the Bulldogs at their present
stage.
TEXAS CHRISTIAN SHOULD
win from Improved Kansas, but
much depends oh the Horned
Frogs' remarkable young quarter
back. Hunter Enis.
The Atlantic Coast Conference

title should be settled, as early as
Sept. 27, when Clemson and North
Carolina, have it out. Meanwhile

the Tigers and Tar Heels, nw,iM
take 1 Virginia and North CaroBnal

State pretty much in stride.
South Carolina is capable of a
surprise victory, but Duke ap appears
pears appears a bit too wealthy in man manpower.
power. manpower. Kentucky has an extraor extraordinary
dinary extraordinary halfback in Bobby Cravens
and a man killing scheduled and

the Wildcats' troubles .qd$4 tart.

wun ueorgia ecn,.
With freer substitution, the two

noint option on the point atter

touchdown and one-man blocking.

not a few predict that this col

lege season will be a new high
in confusion.

That would be good. Maybe it

wi'l even pull people away from

television sets.

HEAD AND SHOULDER TACKLE Mixing It up In the second round of a scheduled three three-rounder
rounder three-rounder are Fort Kobbe's Art Johnson, right, and Qsvaldo Rodriguez of Panama. Johnson
gained a unanimous decision over his experienced foe at Kobbe's Hangar 4.
8 (U.S. Army Photo).

Wh

ite, Pietrosante Are Close

,
To Being Leahy Ideal Fullback

By PAT HARMON
COLUMBUS, O. (NEA) The
college football player it getting
bigcer. If he keeps growing, he

may be as big as the profession professional,
al, professional, c m

Probably the nearest superman,

a real cnocKing neavyweigm wno

can crack the line, is Bo White

of Ohio State. White weighs 212

pounds. By some standards, that

is an identifiable size of a tackle,
guard or center. At Ohio State,
Woody Hayes tabulates his line

men at weignts ot mo ana up,
however, so a tidy prospect such

as White goes, naturally, into the
back field. He is the best in the

country too.

Nick Pietrosante. the Notre

tfa'me fullback, has grown' from

WEtmm to 227 for the new

season. One might suspect -hat

added size means Nick has slow

ed down, and Terry Bretinan Wm

he forced to move mm to a post

in the line. But, no. Coach Brcn

nan says Nick's weight is Just

fine for a fullback now, He s glad

nick has grown.

1 1 ir.tUJMM jDr,

to) Gustmes has acnemea ani .'-v 4;v Z.-.'." ,." .'"

... KOI Konlf V I I3f1 fonrol M

- A,la."' tn MavtiM Wrt )ce hf H-np n Vnif1MI

f n ic pvneeren ri. ?

ake his debut there when the

tM train vest"rdy. The trai.i

plunged through an open draw
hridee frtp 50 feel of water i

Newark Bay.

. in

. .oOo

The morthlv selectors' eontst

t'Ai-tA ivi i-r v nrii til i.itr- fi : i. j i. ...v

ost hotly contested of the ooiBtijieot In New Vnrk yestr :ay

e first, five tiostrs thus tr.

WalneiT

be ahead of time.'

FJ DK leads with 17 noints.

inwFii iiv n.i rtti-- i i

(173) and I" Vora (172). I furnwes, norn uci. m.

-oOb tn son oi a wew yotk nty

but, boired the ill fte ;16 a m.

1-ain her'"e. cs a neinhor er

'Oeorgi lways Bked to

Troopers Stave Off

Late Rally To

Army Atlantic

1819,

Aoprcntic? -r'der R o I a ri0iiiceman. em.ereo m ictwi

V7, hP the maKlnrS OI a gOOO Iirm .ivmCPi m lir n,ivr-r wiu-

kf" Th'- son of; the lnte Ppn-, nnnt, oasrofu aijn igoi-m'i ch-
i w,, o.monHn rm7 rer at the University of North

i u n.AinM nni tntnan rna v in.

s a good seat, nonaies ui- iuuib ,'.

ins well n"d K not liustereo.jrees in ia(w
th- homertretrti. jthe Ypnkecs istinSo whn he
Cm s-or-d an impressive v'c- v.ts traded to the ;Bt. Louis
r ),r,-.-r( fie nqtorlotjs oultrlrownR arid h was with the
r'7:-ote-t'iat caused 'ocal firfj Cleveland iHlA'iw In IfMpPm
ni i b f-'. urj. pnd tJW notice. !l8S2. ;

a mf.nc part of hiwin wns Hlirnweis-. a .-JW

t Fro was 'RCtUailV going or icunur nwns.

. i .k.H nA uimh spr ns uir Mir i n i&cc,,.

hi ttesi, vear wdo .iww -wn

h led the

The Fort Amador Troopers stav

ed oil a late Army Atlantic raJy

Monday night at the Amador
G.vianasium to gain as 83-75 vic victor
tor victor v The win puts Amador in un un-.sputeu
.sputeu un-.sputeu possession of third place
in the Panama Area Armed Forc Forces
es Forces uasKcloall circuit.
Albrook Air Force Base still
leaus Uie league'whh a 12-1 mark.

They are followed by Fort Kob

De vviui a 4 record.
The Troopers had the game
virtually clinched going into the
second half. Down 47 29 as the
third period started, the visiting

tBushmasters tossed in basket aft

er basket and eventually tied the
score, 67-67 in th last period,
With Jennings Rodger and Dick
Poster cleaning the boards with
apparent eat late in th game,
the Troopers managed to pull a a-way
way a-way in the last few minutes to
gain their, seventh win of the sea season.
son. season. They have lost seven.
Leading the way for the visi
tors were Dan Griffin and Don
layers Bo h racked uo 20 point?.
However, in their late rally it
VV.H the spooling 'of Bob Stall
worth that kept the Bushma iters
wi bin striking range. The larky
center ended up with 14 points..
Amador's Booby Crawford led
everyone in scoring in the some somewhat
what somewhat ragged contest. The pint pint-sized
sized pint-sized guard tossed in 13 field

goals and eichi free throws for
34 points. Christopher's average
for M league games now is 38.7.
Dick Poster and Ray Crawford
chipped ih with a and 14 points
respectively for the Troopers.
PAAF Ltqu StfMHnffs
(At ef Sept. 15)

Card Vice-President

Says No Decision

Yet Oil Hutchinson

ST. LOUIS tUPtt-Dick Meyer

vice president of the St. Lo'ds

Cardinals, said today that no de decision
cision decision has been made whether
Fred Hutchinson will he retained
as manager of the flub.
f'Our position is and has been
that we are not going to nlake
our decision until the end of the
year," said Meyer when asked of
reoorts that Sollv Hemus of the
Philadelphia Phillies already has
he?n decided upon as the new pi pilot.
lot. pilot. "Any report to the contrary i
no ir- keening with the facts."
In Philadelnhia, Hemus also de denied
nied denied the report.
"I told Bob Carpenter fowner
of the Phillies) Monday that 1
knew nothing about the renort,"
said Hemus. "I haven't been .con .contacted
tacted .contacted and T don't k""W a-

more than I read in the papers."
A source In Philadelphia told

Uni'ii Pres International that

Carpenter "would not stand tn

Hemus' way if he is offered the
Job" but that the Phi'lfes' ownev

wovld demand v. fmr? "'(;
m-- ifut nlaver in a trade.
Major league tamoerlng rtft

fovbid the Crdmala front, elosmg

any deal with Hemus until me
end of the season.
Hutchinson has been reported
m a shaky position, for the far
dinals. second under him in 1357.
ate cur"""" '""V -t"ce. '"

At 227, Nick must- be the big

gest college fullback in the na

tion, but he is lucKy to be play playing
ing playing for Brennan.

If Pietrosanta were playing lor

Brennan's predecessor, Frank

Leahy, he would only move ins

coach to tears. Leahy, wnne run

ning up boxcar scores on heroless

opponents, used to cry fiercely u
bout the lousy material he had.

I recall a visit to Leahy's work

shop Ml 1850, when the subject

got around to fullbacks. Leahy

had just finished four straight un
defeated season in spite of being

forced to play such creatures as

George Connor, Ziggy Czarobski,

Johnny Lujacki Emil Sitko, Mar

ty Wendell and Bill Fischer.

These men made other people a

All-America selections in 1946 4 (

8-49. But Leahy was unhaPRT i

We ntvenrt ad a real goon

fullback while I coached here,"

he complained. I mention some

of the fullbacks he had coached

Jim Mello, Jerry Cowhig, Cor

win Clatt, Dippy Evans and, of

course, Sitko, who had been All-

America.

But Leahy persisted. Notre

Dame has never had a real good

fullback," he continued.

Dreams danced through mv

brain. .dreams of Jumping Joe

Savoldi. of bone crushing Milt Pie

pul, of Ray Eichenlaub, Joe Thei
ing. Curly Lambeau. Elmer Lay

den. What were Mr. Leahy's stan

dards for a good college full

back?

Well, he ought to have soms

size at least 230 pounds," said

Frank. "And be fast enoug.i to

do the end run while strong e

nough to go up the middle like

the Marines charging onto lwo

Jima."

The only fullbacks I could think
of who might come close to this

were Bronko Nagur. Fi, Sr., and

Marion Motley. Come to think of

it, Leahy would not have been

satisfied with Nagurski. Bronko
weighed ohfy 206 whennt": w?!

in college. Too small!

This seemed mere whimsy on

Leahy's part at the time. Bu

times change. Eight years later

we have a Bob White, 212 yr.d

growing, and a Nick Pietrosante,

227 and growing.
The Leahy idellffoli'i Moriece
fullback is close at hand.

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FIRST IN SALES

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,' ,1orkev Brxulfo Bae Bae-I
I Bae-I faro, w-ntiee-of-

' f l:irred rc rc-:
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American League

with a .309 batting average, mv
runs scored, 195 hits, 22 triples
and 33 stolen .hoses. The pre previous
vious previous season he hit .313,. collect collected
ed collected 2C3 hits and stole 55 bases.

Taem
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players from 17 states.

international League
Mime Rockv NeUw
Most Valuable Pkm

MONTREAL v(UpI Trinlo
crown champion Rocky Neisfltt,
Toronto first haem-in. toay west
named thr lnternaMonal Leagues
most valuable player for the
third time.
5rrt vn th m'v
rward in 1953 and '1955 while with
Montreal. b-t c"'. ,'ontr"-l c
ond basen Grr 'Sp?r';v!
Am'er,on, Nels" driv 23 poi-ts
to Anderson's 208. No one else
ever hap won the award more than
are.
Nelson. balding Portsmouth.

rr i, t've. vc" the J 158 battmr

title with a .326 average, tne

home run crow i Mh 43 ."id PHT
"fcs with ln Nelson also won

the Jcue's tr'-'-' rrown n
- -M h" '" home run Wag
& 1954 and 1953.

Camel
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Hurricane Jackson
Gains Decision In
First Comeback Bout
SHERHflQpKE, Que. UPI -Torrtmv
fftricane) Jackson won
pne.jof. his .greatest firjhts Monday
stiaht. before outnoin-f'n' Johnny

Vi"k of Rochester, N. Y., in a

comeback bout.
The one, time heavyweight
contender from New York was
examined J? three local doctors
Monday atd orohounced in per perfect
fect perfect shape. This despite the, op opposition
position opposition of the -National Roxir:g
Association which urged pro
motors -not to book The Hurricane
'for,, fights because of a bail
beating he took. at the hsnds of
Eddie Machen last November.

Overjoyed by the doctors' de
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r---'v round p'ti?ing by Vicic to
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kr 10 round bout at the Shcr Shcr-brooke
brooke Shcr-brooke Arena.
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Further particulars please call
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two-bedroom 'apartment dining,
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' R6. East No. 6 Near to Theatre
Roosevelt, $80.00.
Little Rock Hi
all Team May
Have Streak Broken
LITTLE ROCK. Ark. (UPI)
One of the nation's top Schoolbov
fofttbail teamI facid ''tdd'ay the
prospect of havina. ns 34 game
winning streak broken not by
another team.
The team is the Little Rock
Cen'r'l High Tigers, whose school
is o' of four LJrae Rock high
schools closed by Gov. Orval Fau
bus t prevent integration.
Football is also i cancelled at
Hall; 'Tech and Horace Mann
(Negro) highs.
Coach Gene Hall called his
team into a group on Central's
spacious practice field, where
naratroopers of the 101st Air
borne Division pitched pun tents
during last year's integration vir
teneer "anff ttm tfteflt ; the sad
tidings: 5 '-
"Fellows, 1 appreciate the way
you've worked hard," he said
"But I'm afraid this is our last
practice. It's something that's
beyond our control.'
Members of the team, which
had looked, forward to a possible
35th straight victory over Padu
can, Ky., Friday night here,
stared at the turf as Hall told

Crack.

Foolb

them to 'stay in shape and trvhns. N.Y., outpointed Johnny

not to get hurt we may get an
other chance." He said it was not
known when school might open
again.
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Sports Briefs
BOUT POSTPONED
SAN FR ANCISl O I UP1 ) A
ptoposetJi' fight "between middle middleweight,
weight, middleweight, contender, JoW Giardello
and "Holly Mims, slated for y?Dt.
25, has been postpdned indefinite
ly. Matchmaker Bennie rord ship
Giardello suffered a virus in infection'
fection' infection' f
SIGN FOR OCTOBER FIGHT
, MIS" ANGELES (UPD-M-xi-
c'sb' boxing sensation Mauro Vaz
que? ftas signed to meet California
fei$lterweight champion Jimmy
Moser in a 10-round bout at Olym
pie Auditorium Oct. 2. Vazquez is
undefeated in 18 professional
bouts and has won' 14 by knock
outs,
BROUGHT UP FROM MINORS
' 'ST,' LOUIS (UPI) The St
Louis Cardinals have purchased
VAUXHALL
FRESH SHIPMENT
JUST RECEIVED
4 Dr Super Sedan
4 Dr. Station Wagon
Built In V.naland by
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Bountifully ) led
Many luxury details
Compart family rar
Small rar economy
Large trunk soars
Vp to 35 MPS.
Pay as
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weak
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
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A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE : Pontiac "light".
1955 two doot hardtop Catalina.
Leather apholstery. Excellent
condition. $1175 and can ho
financed. May be seen at Hotel
El Panama garage.
FOR SALE: 1556 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 fc Para Parades,
des, Parades, S. A.
FOR SALE: 1957 Buick Special
4 door hardtop sedan, Dyna, 2
tone, radio, w'w tires. C.Z.
$2400.00, Panama $2700.00
Today's best buy. Lot No 2
Smoot & Parades $.. A.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford Fairlane
"500", 4 door, hardtop, fully
powered, all extras. Phone Al Al-ferook
ferook Al-ferook 86-4245
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1956
Fi.rdor sedan, clean, one owner,
call Balboa 2-2642 after 5.30
p.m.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick hard
top coupe, dina power streering,
power brakes, radio, ww tires.
$1600.00. $535.00, down 24
months to pay. See Jack Weir,
Smooth & Paredes.
MUFFLERS
Chevrolet, Plymouth, Ford $9, $9,-95
95 $9,-95 All others $12.95. Free ins installation.
tallation. installation. Tivoli Motors at Tivoli
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: Bargain 1951 De De-Soto
Soto De-Soto sedan, good condition, ra radio,
dio, radio, 38th Street and Chile Ave.
No. 6, rear of American Embas Embassy.
sy. Embassy. FOR SALE: Buick, 1955, coupe,
two door, excellent condition,
duly paid, air-condition, new
white wall tires, may he seen
hfruse 'tMftilm. Tivoli AW
phone Balboa 4477.
FOR SALE: 1949 Nash call
Balboa 2-1697 after 4.30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford, hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, gd mechanical, interior,
Vy-JP' 86-6124.
E:-r956 Fordomatie
Station Wagon. Good condition.
Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE: Lincoln Cosmopo Cosmopolitans,
litans, Cosmopolitans, 4 door, new, pain,!, good
tires, duly paid, excellent motor
and body. Phone Balboa 2-3695,
house No. -iVlhdio Pl. t.
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Fight Results
TORONTO George Chuvalo,
213, Toronto, knotted out James
J. Parker, 219, Toronto (10).
SHERBROOKE, Que. Tommv
(Hurricane) Jackson, 198, St. Al
Vick, 180V4 Rochester, N.Y. (10).
the contract of outfielder Ellis
Burton from their Houston farm
club in the Texas League. Catcher
Ray Katt, recalled from Rochest Rochester
er Rochester of the International League,
joined the club Monday night at
Philadelihia.
CUBS GET FIVE PLAYERS
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Five
players from the pennant-winning
Fort Worth Cats of the Texas
League will join the Chicago Cubs
here today. The National League
learn nas purchased the contracts
of outfielder Chick King and first
baseman Bill Gabler and has exer
cised its options on Bob Will.
Franje Ernaga and Jetiry Kindall.
PHILS SIGN INI 1 ELDER
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) The
Philadelphia Phillies have a" a"-nounced
nounced a"-nounced the signing of 21-year
old. third baseman Lee Elia In
a WilIiamsDort contract in the

, , . mu.inug uu .MiiKie iucsci inuiur
Eastern League. Elia is a gradujthat would yield one million

oic vi nuiciK.au LicKiuu udii ami
also starrred for the University
of unaware football team.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OT AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Ellzar J. Garcia. Plaintiff vs. Rose
Marie Gonzalez Garcia, Defendant. Sum Summons
mons Summons Case No. 4726 Civil Docku tl
Action for divorce.
To the above named defendant:
You are hereby required to aDDear
and answer (he complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
In case of your failure to ao appear
and answer, Judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the Dlatrlct of the Canal
Zone, this Augut 29, IMS.
Sara de I PeA
Clerk of Court
tSeal)
By Loll E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Rose Marl Gonzales Garcia;
Th foregoing summons la served vp
on you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of th Canal
Zone, dated August 11, IS and as
amended August 29, 19SS, and entered
and filed in this action In the office of
the Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
August 11. 1R5R and as amended Au August
gust August 29, 1958.
'! d I Pefta
Clerk J
II x lll E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clark

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ditioning conditioning units. 1-3 ton air con conditioning
ditioning conditioning unit. Good condition,
good prices. Call Panama 2-2648
Colon 1881.
FOR SALE: Accordion, Soroncl Soroncl-li
li Soroncl-li (Italian) 120 bass-key. Never
used. $200. Telephone 3-5079
after 6 fta.
FOR SALE: Power lawn mower
in excellent condition, used only
four times $50.00 for a $87.50
value machine. 19" Rotor 1957
model Craftman with Briggs &
Stratton, 4-cycle 2 h.p. gasoline
engine. Call Coco Solo 573.
FOR SALE: Motors and parts
for Trucks, Cars, heavy equip equipment,
ment, equipment, inboard engines, electrical
and Plumbing fixtures, bolts,
screws, chain saw Gashing.
Safety safes, Truckwinches, and
many other items at la 'Supli 'Supli-dora
dora 'Supli-dora Continental", 12 and 13
Street Central Ave. No. 12-179
phone 1088-B., Colon.
CONVENIENT TO CANAL
ZONIRS
For Cut Flowers, Bouquets,
Wreaths, Potted Plants. Call
2-4989. Or Visit SARITA'S
(Nan rear entrance) Control
Theatre I Calle Estudiante 124.
PANAMA'S HANDSOMEST
FLOWER SHOP
FOR SALE: Kohler light plant
1 Vl Kw-Dc. with small electrie
motor, both for $170.00. Write
Box 1S92, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Junior sixe guitar
for beginners, $20.00. Tel. Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-6779.
FOR SALE: 4 tables and disc
onder 4" jointer 10" bond saw.
House 551 Ancon Blvd.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Selling "Cafe Bo Bo-quete"
quete" Bo-quete" farm in Boquete, on ac account
count account of urgent personal reason,
in center of coffee farm area,
with residence,, car,, etc. New
coffee farm yielding 300 quintals
yearly. Rare baaS. Box 3547
or Tel. 3-4037.
FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanisation, across the Remon
Racetrack. All Iota with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
Callwr McBamett.
-2567. sr,.
FOR SALE: Wooden House, 4
rooms In Caliva behind Cetholie
Church. Information same place.
FOR SALE: Lois at El Valle,
Anton. Ideal Climate. Close to
Capital Ctry. Tbv 2-3085 or
2-2130.
Engine To Hurl
One-Ton Missile
Being Developed
DETROIT (UPI)-A rocket en
gine is under development which
could hu l a one-ton missile to Che
moon or put a 512 ton Sat
ellite into orbit around the earth
a leading rocket scientist revealed
today. 'v"v 1 "C"r.
Koy Heaiy, program manager
of the Rockerayne division' of
Norih American Aviation,, said the
new engine under development
would have a thrust of about
1,500,000 pounds. Present rocket
engines in use in the Atlas, Thor
and Jupiter ballistic missj'es ha"
about one tenth that power. It
might be completed within a year,
he said.
The new engine, Healy said,
would consist of a cluster of mo motors
tors motors similar to those now. in use.
But he said Rocket dyne also is
working on a single rocket motor
l rtnunrti nf thrust Snh an aiu ni
1 . .-
he added, would require about
five years of development work.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United Statea District Court For
The District nf The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
In the matter of the adootlon of Rob
ert Victor Cyr, a minor, vs. Victor Uless
Cyr, Defendant No. 4737, Civil Citation.
To Victor Uless Cyr Defendant
You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone, Bal
boa Division, at the Courtroom thre
of. In Ancon, Canal Zone, on the 30th
day of October, 1958 at t o clock In the
forenoon of that day. then and there
to show cause, lf--ny you have, why
Lawrence Georee Smith should not pro
ceed with the hearing of hia petition
for th adoption of th above-named
minor
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
F Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the Dlatrlct of the Canal
Zone, this 28 day of August. 195S.
Sara de 1 Pefta
Clark of Court
(Seal!
By Lola E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To victor uieas cyr

The foregoing citation la rvd upon

you by publication pursuant to the
der of
the IIUNUHftDLr, uuuin
Crowe,

Judge, United Statw District

Court for the District of th Canal
Zone, dated the 27th day of August,
lata nH entered and filed in this ac

tion In Ihe offlc of th Clerk of

United States District Couri. BaiDoa u u-vision
vision u-vision on the 27lh day 0' Au-'iit. 195a.
Sara de la Fn
Slerk of Court
y Lois E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk

STREET, PANAMA -L1BRERIA PRECIADO-7 Steert No 13 AGENCIAS

EK VICE Ave. Tlvou no. 4 a ijMuii
do la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DO MY
Home Articles
FOR SALE: 1 dining labia, 4
chairs, excellent condition. Rio
Aba jo 1 3th Street No. 2224.
4-.
FOR SALE: 21" H.C.A. T.V..
$195.00. Call Balboa 3694..
FOR SALE Dresser, 2 night
tables, library table, buffet step step-stool,
stool, step-stool, 3 rood chairs, 5 dining
room chairs, dropleaf utility kit kitchen
chen kitchen table, 2 Rattan chain, va vacuum
cuum vacuum cleaner, Hallicrafter 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 leafs,
4 rocking chairs, swivel chair,
2 beach chair. At home morn mornings.
ings. mornings. 1512-A, Akoe St. Balboa.
Telephone 2-4344..
FOR SALE: 1 king sixe bed
1 with inner apring mattress) 6
months old, 1 apartment sixe
stove, 2 months old, 1 baby crib
and mattress. Bud R. Partridge,
Calle "K" El Cangrejo, Apart Apartment
ment Apartment No. 2, telephone 3-7730.
FOR SALES Sandblasted oak
dining set (painted pale green).
Includes round table with 2
leaves, 6 chairs, buffet and!
China closet with glass front.
$100.00. See at 5334-B, Davis
Street, Diablo or call '1-3468.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi Wcbeor, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, gas stove, washing
machine, Argus camera, docks,
dining table, chairs, revolver 25
eal 1953 Hillman Minx, duty
paid, twin beds, other things,
good condition, must sell, leav leaving
ing leaving Isthmus. Call 3-7755.
FOR SALE: 8 pc. dinette sot,
1 portable barbecue. Call 83 83-2246.
2246. 83-2246. FOR SALE : Bodsprings 12.50.
Metal Desk 25.00. 4 pt: Bam Bamboo
boo Bamboo Livingroom 75.00. Complete
Hollywood Beds 37.00. S pc.
Mahogany Diningroom 30.00.
Mattresses (Double) 10.00
(Single) 8.00. 4 p.e Wrought
Iron Livingroom (Slightly Used)
175.00. Chairs 2.50. Pillows
1.50. Cash or Credit. We Deliver.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE 41
Auto RW. Tels: 3-4911, 3 3-7348.
7348. 3-7348. We Pay Cash For Yeur
Old Furniture. Call For Free
Appraisal.
Baghdad Premier
Says Conspirators
Seek Disruption
n AflHnAD. Iraa (UPI Pre
mier Abdel Kenm Kassem said
yesterday that "foreign consp ra ra-tors"
tors" ra-tors" were trying to disrupt this
country, i JWj
Speaking at rxejei, me cen,iei
Tciamlr teiir-nine about IDC m
south of Baghdad, Kassem ;-o-
pealed again tor national unwy.
and for time to enable the gov government
ernment government to fulfill its promises to
root out "corruption 01 tne oia re
gime." m
"Beware of foreign conspirat
who want us to throw the n
a eainst the people," lie said.
"But this is impossible because
I know the mettle of the people
and tha aim of fcreien conspira
tors who want to restore the old
rpfime in another form."
He said that "agents of foreign
-nn:nii.-at.rrc arp manv in our
midst and they are trying io sow
disunity."
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Domestic Employment
WANTED: Experienced cook.
Must sleep in and have good
references. Call 3-1891 Sunday
morning. Five I seven p.m.
other days.
WANTED: Full-time for gene general
ral general house work and cooking.
5334-B, Diablo. After 5.00 p.m.
WANTED : Laundress ah maid
to care child. Arboix Building
Apt. 6, 5th St.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 18. h.p. outboard
Mercury, perfect condition. Call
Gamboa 6-206.
Wanted to Buy
Want to buy one Clam Shell, 38
or Vt cubic yard, in good condi condition.
tion. condition. For offers call 3-4542.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Rooms in new con concrete
crete concrete house. $16.50 per month;
17 Street No. 13, Pueblo Nuevo.
Call Cucalon & Co. Tel. 3-3330.

.Man At Wrecked Train s Throttle
Had Seizure; Engine Lacked Cutoff

B.AYONNE, N.J. (UPI) The
railroad engineer who sped his
commuter train by three stop sig signals
nals signals and into a watery wreck off
a drawbridge apparently died of
a heart attack at the controls, an
autopsy report showpHj yesterday.
More than 20 persons died in the,
crash. ..ajt Wm
The autopsy report, issued by
the Hudson County medical exam examiner's
iner's examiner's office said the engineer, 63-year-old
Lloyd S. Wilburn, "suf "suffered
fered "suffered from a condition of hyper hypertensive
tensive hypertensive Heart disease with pul pulmonary
monary pulmonary edema and congestion."
Asked if this meant Wilburn
died of a heart attack, assistant
Hudson County Medical examiner
JQr. Francis T. Boyle replied:
"just arjout mat.
Record 21 Bodies
Willburn was at tne controls of
the five car Jersey Central Rail Railroad
road Railroad commuter train Monday
t morning when it hurtled pff the
drawbridge wnicn naa oeen raisea
for a passing snip, two locomo locomotives
tives locomotives and two coaches plunged be beneath
neath beneath the muirkv waters of the
bay. A third coach, which hung
against the side of the bridge fell
in later.
Twenty-one bodies had been re re-covereMfiNStlKday
covereMfiNStlKday re-covereMfiNStlKday from the wat
ers under the-bridge and from two
dripping and battered coaches
raised during night-loqg salvage
operations by a huge crane and
squads of rescue workers.
Inauiries from frantic relatives
to the Bayonne Red Cross, police
and the railroad indicated that as
many as 10 peopie miRiu u
ing in the wreck, but no exact list
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 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. bide,, across from Hotel El
Panama Hilton. Airconditioning,
electricity, elevator, janitor and
night watchman service, drink drinking
ing drinking fouHMtt, restroems. Coffee
shop in building. See or phono
Mrs. Mary Coleman at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance Co. 3-0U&
FOR RENT: Office space, two
and three rooms suite available.
Automobile Row. Phone 3-6855.
FOR RENT: Site for offices,
stores or warehouses, adjoining
new Railroad Station "Q" Street,
opposite Stadium. Tel. 3-6940.
Mercedes Building. De luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Am Ample
ple Ample parking pica. Night watch watchman.
man. watchman. Moderate rents. Balboa
Avenue, next,' te nuns school.
Ricardo A. Miro S, A. Tel.
2-343.
Itafjaioysi
I
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Dogs
At stud, black cocker Spaniel.
A. K. C, registered, $50.00
or choice of litter. Phon Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 3226 after 5 p.m. Friday
and Monday, Saturday a.m.
had been drawn up. It was feared
that: swift ti4al currents fM,the
narrow channel- may Tiave Wept
away some bodies, delaying a
umi ucaui;; mum lur mvis.
The locomotive of the wain lad
n "deadman's switch," a device
which stejps trains if the engineer
has .-a sudden seizure. A railroad
8smn said the cottsid cottsid-ti
ti cottsid-ti such equipment "unneces
sary" aiac two men &de in the
locomotive; cab,
The fireman in the cab with
Wilburn, Peter Andrew, of Jersey
city, was among the missing. The
meoicai examiner s onice said an
autoosv wouM- rr nirfnrmprl nn
his body' sflsd, if it is recovered.
The railroad said Andrew should
nave peen able to brake the tram
if the engineer had been taken
suddenly ill.
Toung American s
Tale Of Air Crash
RIO DE JANEffiO fL'PD-Bra
zilian aii horities today were in

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vestigating an American tourist's?

tale of surviving a jungle air
crash with two other men who
still are missing.
Walter Youngblood, who said he
has a wife and child living in
Reno, Nev;, told the atory in. Be-
lem in the presence of u.t. con
sular official Robert Gehegan.
Youngblood said he, Keith
Courtney and John MacDonald
crashed 12 days ago somewhere
in the Amazon jungle near the
town of Sao Paulo de Olivenca
while en route from Lima, Peru,
to Rio de Janeiro aboard a Cat
Una flying baat.
According to his tory, he split
with the other two after an argu argument
ment argument over the best way to reach
civilization. They broke up, he
said, even though all .three were
injured in-4to crash. wf:

Courtstey and MacDonald,
whose addresses are not known,
have not turned up. The plane
has not been sighted by searching
authorities who flew over the
crash area with Youngblood.
Youngblood said that while at attempting
tempting attempting to locate the Amazon
River in hopes of following its
course to the nearest town, he
ran into some Indians who took
him to a missionary station.
From the station, he said, he
was transferred to Sao Paulo de
Olivenca and later to Belem.
Youngblood said he met Court Courtney
ney Courtney and MacDonald in Lima and

derided to join .them when
found they were flying to Rio.
said that was his only connec
, : i ,1 .4. 1 1 r
nun wiin my tuner iwo. vuun
nev was flvine the Diane, he said

Youdgblood said ne was flying
to Rio to-1 meet friends connected

wi h the now defunct Cornucopia

Mining Co.

The only persons in Ri) known
to be connected with the former

American firm afe Earl Belle

and Mitchell Ostwind, who were

indicted recently by the U.S. aov

eminent for, an amged swindle.
Belle claimed he did not know
Ynunphlfinrl

1

ftefeiah said the only iferusa iferusa-lion
lion iferusa-lion lodged against Youngblood so
far Was a charge' of having en

tered Brazil without proper docu
ments.

WANTID
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SECRETARY

Sond qualifications and phot to
683, Panama. R. P.
CAREER OPORTUNITY as
Canal Zone representative tot
leading Ufa insurance company,
Man we seek Is probably mar married,
ried, married, between 25 and 40, doing
wall at present job, yet some
what impatient with progress
While applicant need not have
life insurance experience, he will
need ambition, determination
and desire to serve others as wel
as himself. To this man w offei
a permanent position, unlimited
earning potential, pension at 60
We offer independence of owl
business, yet affiliation and sup
port ot large international finan
cial -firm. Wrsupply training and
proven helps te locate buyers am
make sales. For interview phont
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 17 (U PI) -.-The Federal government stayed o ut of the integration controversy today hopeful

I bv the principals themselves. -;

I Attorney-general William P. Rogers met yesterday with President Eisenhower, then told a news conference that Federal authorities intend
si least for the moment to forego any legal action in connection with school closings in Little Rock and Virginia.

With a legal solution to the education ditemma apparently a long way off, there was increasing unrest among parents and students
d by the school closing.
r.u ftrwai Faiibus. who closed four Little Rock schools to stave o ff integration, moved up the date of a special integration vote from

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I Gov. Orval Faubus, who closed f Otjr LiHe Rock schools to stave o ff integration, moved up the date

Tfto Sept. 27, which could reduce parent-pWpil pressure on that front.
' But in Charlottesville, Va., parents conferred into the morning hours today, trying for a method of educating their children. Two schools

m fht citv were to have opened on i desegregated basis Monday, but state officials have ordered that they remain closed as long as the

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al integration order is in enecc, . r

lhlf .Tudee Simon E. Sobelotl

af -the VS. Fourth Court of Ap Appeals
peals Appeals wa studying a school
boar request of a stay of the
order and said he "might not
r$day. .:
Tfearly 3500 s&?dents from Lit Little"
tle" Little" ROck's four public high
schools are still idle more than
twoweeks after the fall term
was supposed to start.
. nd sihce Faubus closed the
schools Monday to prevent inte inte-jprirtipn,
jprirtipn, inte-jprirtipn, nobody knows when
iey might open.
.Hnw rift students feel about

the extended "vacation?"
Wndell Ross, senior and pres pres-th
th pres-th r.entral High School

Sbuneht .body "I really hate it

tittrf pchool has been .ciosea. wui
ficafese of sereiration or Ante Ante-ttbh,
ttbh, Ante-ttbh, but because I love Cen Central
tral Central High- ;
'"Ross, the youngest ordained
Minister, in the Southern Baptist
.&a&B6n, said he frat;f no ?"
Ltotfdns to oing'to school with
irfeVrtoe's If that would get the
sah&ls opeijC '. .. iU a
Tt looks .like neither the Su Su-pre.me
pre.me Su-pre.me Court nor thc,SOvernor.
ha corisidered our feelings at

; all? Ross said.
Marilyn Jones, a Junior at
Central "L would just as soon
Wti scljool with Negroes 'as to
hafe' the school closed. Most or
WkL&l'ra with feel the same
Wftftda Crouch, a junior at
Central "I think thfe closing

roes should Ko to our school.

, should be re-opened as a pri-

school even H it means we

xira tuition."

'Gary Robinson, a Junior at
Antral "I'd father they'd
open the school. I prefer not to
m to school with niggers but
ltd. rather go with those few
than not get an education."
;jAnn Gates, a senior at Hall

Iftjfh School, a new school to
which one Negro girl has. applied
lor admission "It has created
a lot of confusion for the sen seniors.
iors. seniors. We don't know how or
when we will graduate, from
wbjch high school or what
kind." she said.

?Beyefal of the girls have been

liSiderina: going to another

it'ate and livlne together and

attending school. Mothers of
each girl would take turns act acting
ing acting as 'housemother' during the
ygar. Something has got to be
dOh$. I want -to go to college."
.. in Alexandria, Va.. today,
Federal .TudRe Albcrl V. Bryan
directed (he Arlington County
school boarc' to admit four Ne Negro
gro Negro pupils to an all-white
school in January.
,'Bryan said that in the judg judgment
ment judgment of his court "it would be

unwise to make the transfers"

this term because his formal or

3 1 :,

fo.- at lelst' -lert nays,: carrying
the effective date into October.
Bryan upheld the rejection by
the Arlington County school
board of 26 Negro applications
for transfer to white schools but
said that the rejection of the
four "is not justified."
He said all of the fcnir chil children
dren children live near the Stratford
Junior High School to which

they applied and that each was
pbove the median score in a a-chievement
chievement a-chievement tests required.
The high school at Front Roy Royal,
al, Royal, Va., remained closed. And
Virginia Gov. J. Lindsay Almond
said in a news conference yes yesterday
terday yesterday that he could not guess
when it would reopen.
In another development at
Little Rock, 30 Presbyterian min ministers
isters ministers and elders issued an an angry
gry angry denial of Faubus' inference
that the local Presbytery had
been influenced by "leftwingers,
Communists and lntegratlon-ists."

Justice Department officials
are confident reopening of a
closed public school as an all all-,
, all-, white private institution to a a-voicl
voicl a-voicl sacial integration would
be ruled unconstitutional, ad administration
ministration administration sources said to today.
day. today. V.'-:
Sobeloff tpld attorneys for the
Charlottesville school Board he
could not grant a stay until he
gives the matter furthej" study.
"Until I get some strong
ground to stand on,", Sobeloff
said, "I can't grant a stay."
He said he plans to meet a a-gain
gain a-gain with Virginia attorneys In
the next week or so to learn
more of the circumstances sur surrounding
rounding surrounding the school situation in
Charlottesville.
U.S. District Judge John Paul
last week ordered Charlottesville
to admit 10 Negroes to the white
Venable elementary school and
two to Lane High, the city's only
white secondary school.

Both schools would be closed
under the state's "massive re resistance"
sistance" resistance" laws as soon as the
school board is cut off from
all nopeal.
Officials today continued
ponderinc the problem of ed educating;
ucating; educating; hundreds of Southern
public school students now on
an enforcer vacation because
of the integration crisis.
In Little Rock, a total of 3470
pupils have been sent home
from four high schools, ordered
closed by Faubus.
Delayed opening of a high
school and an elementary school
at Charlottesville has turned a
total of 1650 students out of
class.
By way of contrast, school
integration began in Florida
with no hint of resistance. It
was at the college level, bow bow-ever.
ever. bow-ever. George Henry Starke Jr.. 27,

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POLL FAVORS INTEGRATION Angle Evans,

Buren,

High School reads the results of a poll or tne scnooi s wnue siuaenis on miegrauon ai a jomi
meetinir of the Citizens Council and the school board. Angie said that more than half of the

students polled favored integration. (

er will not be handed down an Air Force veteran, registered

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at the University of Florida law
school, becoming the first Ne Negro
gro Negro to enter ah all-white school

in that state.

White students chatted witn
him and there was no hint of
any disturbance.
Desegregation apparently has
been delayed for another year at
Memphis State University,
where enrollment began today.

Federal Judge Marion S. Boy a

denied a request for an injunc

tion that would have anowea

eight Negroes to enter as undergraduates.

Negro minister Clennon King,
seekine in Gulfport, Miss., to

promote the first attack on the
state's segregated schooling, an announced
nounced announced he has found Negro

families willing to make the ei ei-fort
fort ei-fort and is now seeking legal
counsel.
King also revealed he has end ended
ed ended the fast begun earlier this
month in protest of segregation.
The Richmond, Va., school
board voted to turn over to
Negroes a white school that
has been threatened with in integration.
tegration. integration. School officials said,
however, that the Nshift had
nothing to do with the efforts
of three Negro children to en enter
ter enter the school.
In St. Petersburg, Fla., the Ci City
ty City Council permanently closed
one of its white beaches where
Negroes appeared on two occa

sions, and prepared to divert

money earmarked for improve

ments at an all-Negro beach to

its one remaining white oeacn

Faubus said he moved up the

date of the Integration vote for
two reasons; "We need to get It
over with as soon as possible and
get the kids back in school,"
and, if he waits until after Oct.
1, it will take an additional 30
days to prepare new voters? lists,
"If they vote against integra integration,
tion, integration, how will you get the kids
back In school?" a reporter ask asked
ed asked Faubus. i,
"fhai is something I will have

to reveal at a later date," Fau

bus said:
He said he realises a lot of
internal pressure is building
up and charged that the
school board's action in can cancelling
celling cancelling extra-curricular afctHI
ties, such as football, while the
schools are closed by his order
was a "cruel and needless ac action
tion action on their part."
Faubus said the school board
originally postponed the open opening
ing opening of the high schools for two
weeks Sept. 2 to Sept. 15 to
await the Supreme Court's deci decision
sion decision on the integration question.
He said he also was postpon

ing the opening two weeks, and

emphasized -postponing.
"I'm dolne the same thing

for two weeks," he said. "I don't

see whv they couldn't have cont

inued those activities, just as

thev did before."

He said the election controls' controls'-sioners
sioners controls'-sioners had advised, him that If

the special election is held after

Oct. l, new voters' lists will nave
t. obe Drenared and that will

take 30 days. Before Oct. 1', the

old lists can be used.
Two white boys ordered John

NEGROES GO
uttesville, Va.,

TO COURT Several Negro children who were denied entrance to Char Char-white
white Char-white schools enter Federal Court in Harrisonburg, Va., with their parent.

Federal Marshals On Integration Duty
Are Far Cry From West etn Gun-stingers

ny Gray. 15. and his sister Ma

ry, 13, who are Negroes, to get
off the sidewalk near Little Rock

Central High School today

Johnny chased the white boys

off with his fists.

The Gray children were on

their way to a junior high

school. The white boys said they
Were from a junior high.
Little Rock school supt. Vir Virgil
gil Virgil T. Blossom said the school
board planned to make up lost
time by eliminating regularly
scheduled holidays, holding
Saturdays classes and extend extending
ing extending the school term.'
Blossom also said football and

other ; extra-curricular activities

ai au ma nign scnoois were
through until the schools Offi Officially
cially Officially open.
Mrs. Lyc. Bates, president of
th- NAACP in Arkansas, dis disposed
posed disposed she got in the mail Mon Monday
day Monday three empty .22 caliber car cartridges
tridges cartridges along with a warning,
"Get out of Arkansas no de delay,"
lay," delay," Mrs. Bates said she did not
plan tb leave.
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industrialist, has acquired a large
block of stock in Houston Oil
Fielffs Material Co., Inc.,) has
been named chairman of the
board, according to President
George O'Leairy.
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 17 (UPIH-

The Federal marshals mustereo

for school integration duty at Lit

tle Bock. Ark., are a far cry from
the hard-riding, gun-slinging, tov,n
taming lawmen depicted in TV
westerns.
Today's U. S. marshal carries
a gun, but it's usually a small .38
caliber revolver discreetly hiddon
beneath the coat of his dark blue
business suit.
He does a lot of hard riding -an
average of 20,000 milts
year but it's on a train or in an
automobile, escorting Federal
prisoners to. the penitentiary.
Once in a great while, a mo.l
em marshal may have to shoot it
out with a bad man who resists
arrest. But most of his time is
spent in mundane duties serving
processes keeping -order in court courtrooms,
rooms, courtrooms, crying "oyez" when the
judge mounts the bench, and act acting
ing acting as paymaster, and chaperone
for Federal juries.
However unglamorous his daily

work has become, the U.S. mar
shal still occupies a special place
in law enforcement. I
He is, in a unique sense, an "of
ficer of the court."
When a judge tends him forth
to carry out an order, enforce
an injunction, serve a warrant
or make an arrest, he goes arm armed
ed armed with the full majesty of Fea Fea-rl
rl Fea-rl authority.
The office of marshal has an

ancient and ditinguished history.

K originated m England, ''"1:'
the era of the Plantagenet kings.

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when each Rb.val court was sta

fed with a functionary known a

the marshal of the King s horse."

His job was to "summon" prison

ers to court usually by hauhnii

them in physically.

Colonial Amenea had marshals

and "provoSt marshals" with'si'm-

ilar duties. When the first U.fe.

Congress met in 1780, it enacted

a statute little changed to tms

day authorizing the appointment
of a marshal for each Federal

court district.

In 1870, Congress gave Federal
marshals the job of trying to
bring some kind of law and order

to the frontier territories of the

West, where no state governments

existed and where local law en enforcement
forcement enforcement was spotty. Marshals

were armed with all of the pow
ers of local sheriffs.
This ushered in the era of the
two-gun marshal. Some of the
men who ware Federal badges
in these days were pretty tough
and fast on the draw.
But a great 4e&l of hokum a a-bout
bout a-bout them .irrently is being dis
pensed on television.
Diligent research by Justice Dc
partment historians has failed t
unearth any record1 that Wyart
Earp ever served as a U.S. mar marshal
shal marshal or even as a deputy.
His brother, VirgU Earp, is rec recorded
orded recorded as a deputy in Arizona, hut
allusions to Wyatt in o'rl rp"irHs
refer to him only as a sheriff or
town marshal.
The record-vare similarly silent
about Wild Bill Hickok and But
'alo Bill Cody, both enshrined in
le.eend as famoas U.S. marshals.
. Bat Mnterson did serve fo? a

while as a deputy U.S. marsha'.

but it was in tame New York
City.
The title of marshal technically
belongs to only 94 men, the chief
marshals of each court district.
The rest of the force consists of
chief deputies and deputies, whose;
oay range is $4490 to S5880 year
Deputies are not under civil serv
ice.,

Local marshals pick them, sub subject
ject subject to certain standards set h

the Justice Department.

In general, these standards re

quire a physical examination, so

FBI character check, the equiva equivalent
lent equivalent of a college ,education, or pre
ious law enforcement experience..

Baptist Preacher's
Reverse Integration
Several Years late

HOUSTON, Texas, Sept. 17
aiPTl A whir.o Ranr.lst. nroonh.

er today walked into Texas
Southern University, a Negro
institution, and announced he
was going to register "to prov
to these people tht neither the
Supreme Court nor the NAACP
is the law of the land."
The Rev. E. A. Munroe, 48,
pastor of the Lirtdale Missionary
Baptist Church, was accompan accompanied
ied accompanied by 10 of his followers
He carried a huge American
fla and held fclble iinda r h!
arm. asoCfS j,
"Yes, I do intend to register,'
Munroe told a crow4 that, gath gathered
ered gathered about him, "I do this as an
oliject lesson to prove to these
people that neither the Suprerrm
Court nor the NAACP is the law
of the land.
"This is a demonstration to
shOv what integration is when
it is reversed."

hoots and laughter from the
students, many of whom walked
away.
A spokesman at the cpllege
mid Munroe apparently was not
aware of the fact that white
students have been attending
the university for, several years.

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