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f anama American
'11 tA people know the truth ami the country is mfe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R.P. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER II, 1958
ORGANIZED PANAMA CITY
taxi and bus drivers deposited
an agreement setting the stage
for the formation of a single
Ohauffeurs union with the Pan Panama
ama Panama Labor Office yesterday.
The plan calls for getting all
the chauffeurs in the republic
into a single union.
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Attorney General Hermogenes
ae la Rosa has reportedly begun
an investigation of the finances
of the Panama municipality.
De la Rosa is said to have been
questioning city officials on the
economic situation of the cap!
tal district, which some sources
nave reported to be on the
verge Of bankruptcy.
Mai De Mer Sets Jeanette MacDonald
Ashore For Recovery, Fun In Panama
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS TO FIGHT CANCER Sherman C.
Brooks, clerk of Cristobal Magistrate's court and executive
cnairmah of the Canal Zone Cancer Committee, is shown pre presenting
senting presenting a check for $6,077 to Gov. W. E. Potter this week. The
money represents 30 percent of all contributions made to the
Cancer Committee during the vear which ended August 31. IMS.
Under the Committee's agreement with the American Can Cancer
cer Cancer society, 25 percent of collections goes to the national to be
used exclusively in research and five percent for services. The
Governor, who is hoonrary chairman of the Canal Zone Cancer
Committee, forwarded the check with a covering letter to the
The same day Brooks presented the check to the Governor,
the lo'-al cancer committee, which conducted an independent
drive- for funds' last year, jolneri the Canal-Zone United FUnd.
Vinually all -cancer treatment bills in the Canal Zone, over and and-aoove
aoove and-aoove hospital insurance coverage, are payed by the Cancer
Committee. In the "days ahead the committee hopes to expand
its series of educational programs, inaugurated last year which
resulted In making f reet eafteer examinations available to all
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Rainbow City Civic Councillors
eria Innovation Plan
A total of 32 organizations,
including two government insti
tutions, have offered prizes for
T,ne -Nino MHiOn the coun
try's millionth inhabitant who is
expected to be born some time
The tabloid daily La Hora pre predicted
dicted predicted today that some political
sources are considering filing
charges against four cabinet
ministers who told a grouo of
government employes in David,
Chiriqui, that they should be
loyal to the National Patriotic
Coalition or lose their jobs.
The newspaper said the min ministers
isters ministers will be charged with vio violating
lating violating both the constitution and
the electoral code.
The Rainbow City Civic Council has promised Canal Zone
Gov. William. E. Potter ,tht is ,wjll encourage resident'; of that
twn n get dinbria inroc-'Iatins during the mass innoc.ula innoc.ula-tion
tion innoc.ula-tion program at Rainbow City school this week.
Potter told his executive meeting with Local Rate Civil
Council officers this week that the Rainbow City diptheria out outbreak
break outbreak was the first in decades in the Zone.
Civil Council officers from other towns said they would also
tell their people that the diptheria innocu!ation$ ca n be obtain obtained
ed obtained at various clinics throughout the Zone. 's, '.,
Potter also a n n Ounced
sharply-reduced rental structure
for jalousies installed in non
U.S. citizen housing under the
Livability improvements prO'
The, Gowrnor told the Coun Council
cil Council officers that the final rent
increase figure will' be $1.25
per month for each $200 worth
of jalousie. It had been an announced
nounced announced previously that Jalou Jalousie
sie Jalousie Improvements would cost
25 cents per week for each
$100 worth of jalousies because
of their relatively high instal installation
lation installation and maintenance costs.
'm. new rate conforms to
rent Increases for Improvements
unde the United States citizen
The Governor explained that
til housing improvements,
whether they are relatively
chean concreting of basements
or expensive jalousie work, will
be lumped together as to costs.
The average of all these
costs so lumped together re results
sults results In a general rental in
crease of $1.25 bring estab established.
lished. established. In other business the Gover Governor
nor Governor stated that Company-Government
long range plans call
for substantial improving of re recreational
creational recreational facilities at ParalsO
ant the building of a tennis
court-pavil Hon at Rainbow City.
He noted that the annual
sum of $10,000 now spent for
equipment in Latin
American communities is being
increased to.ai4,000. This money
Is used for 'such things as play playground
ground playground equipment, water cool coolers,
ers, coolers, musical instruments and
vacuums for pools.
The Governor said he would
look into requests for toilet fa facilities
cilities facilities at the Paraiso play playground;
ground; playground; that he would person personally
ally personally look at the International
Scout building at Paraiso which
Is in need of toilet facilities;
and that he would like to see
the residents of Santa Cruz
band together to move a quon quon-set
set quon-set hut from Gatun to their
community for use as a Scout
Those present for the meet
Ing with the Governor includ included
ed included C. D. Atherley, representing
the Congress el Civic Councils;
Jefferson Joseph, CD. E. White
and H. V. Parker .of Rainbow
City; Miss Violet Henry "and
Clarence F. Sampson, Santa
Cms; E. L. Fawcett, E. S. Oak-1
ley, and Hamilton Lava las of
Paraiso; and Cleveland Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, Cecil ( aiiender and Ar Arthur
thur Arthur W. Davis of Pedro Miguel.
Parker was attending his first
meeting, filling in for the Unex Unexpired
pired Unexpired term of Owen B. Shirley
who recently went to the United
States on a one year's leave of
fShfiee for graduate study.
In addition to the Governor.
members of the administration
present were William G: Arav.
Jr., Panama Canal information
officer; and Hugh Norris, econ
omist, who answered Questions
concerning (ae new pri?o index
which was issued for the fttst
time one month ago.
Pedro Miguel Civic Council met'
last nieht with fiur sari Gill c'-'
""o hoc ne D"s concession in
the Canal Zone. They worked out
new mn"ement for a more sa satisfactory
tisfactory satisfactory bus service.
In future early morning buses
from Gambia, used mainly by
wonting men, win not pass
tnrougn pearo Miguel.
From Monday through Thursday
the last bus will leave Sha'er Roarf
?t p.: 45 ajn. Fridav. 'Satnedav rid
Sunday, the last bus will be 2
a.nv. htit if there are a minimum
Of eight people at the bus terminal
after the 'ast bus has, gone, they
can summon a bus by calling Cu Cu-runrtu
runrtu Cu-runrtu 4227.
There will be special early
morD'PT pvses for workers at Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel.
The Council also announced that
on October 4, it would be holding
the first anniversary of Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel as-a Latin American town township.
ship. township. It was also announced that
the council would bea making tour
of the National Brewery. Thev al
;so invite people from other Civic
councils to join tnem.
A meeting will be held tomor
row niht at Pedro Miguel School
to work out arrangements for the
The only hundred ner cent cure
for sea sickness is to go by air.
This simple but profound state
ment was made today by shapely
strawberry blonde actress Jean Jeanette
ette Jeanette MacDonald as she relaxed on
terra firms at El Pinama Hilton
after abandoning her ship in mid mid-voyage.
voyage. mid-voyage. When Jeanette, wife of movie
producer Gene Raymond, left Los
Angels for a pleasure cruise to
the Virgin Islands and up the Kast
Coast she did not realise sht was
a bad sailor.
"Oh brother-," she said today.
"To say I was seasick is an un
derstatement. About the only time
1 went on a shin before was a
honeymoon cruise to Honolulu but.
I guess I dwn t notice the rolling
When her cargo shin, the Sim
ba, reached Canal Zone waters
two days ago, she sent an urgent
SOS cable to her friends. Mr. and
Mrs. Bob McGrath of Coco Del
"Get me off this boat some somehow.
how. somehow. If I go any further in it
I shall be carried off in e box."
.The ship was due to steam
straight past Balboa and dock at
Cristobal but the seasick star
could not wait until Cristobal and
dentanded to be taken off by
launch on the Pacific side. Now shs
ii going back to New York by
plane when sbe gets her land
legs back again.
a launch that
tip and down in a frightful man
ner, but I was so glad to be get
ting off the Simba, I jumped on
thr laimeh like, an old salt.
"I thought to myself hang
the sharks if 1 fall Into the wa water,
ter, water, I'd rathtr be aatan by a
(hark than spend another min minute
ute minute en that ship.'
The Simba was carriyinff a niix niix-ed
ed niix-ed cargo including fertilizer.
Doesn't sound as if that would
help seasickness much does it?"
smell it at all."
She added: They treated me
very well on the shin fh-.e--'
and the crew were very kind to
me and did everftbLi' i i-o
o i-o help, but even sfte- their at attentions
tentions attentions and stacks and stacks of
seasickness Dills. I was still the
most miserable mariner who has
ever leant Over, a. rail."
She shuddered as she pictured
the Simba tossing in the Atlantic,
probably dodging hurricanes.
"They were forecast you know.
That made me even mora deter determined
mined determined to continue my journey by
Bob McGrath, Panama business businessman,
man, businessman, who is brother in law to ac
tress Terry Moore, met Jeanette
at Pier 18 and took her to his
home to start her recovery.
On a solid ground basis, the vis
it or wa s able to en joy a luncheon
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In Convoy Attack
TAIPEI, Formoso, Sept 18 (UPI) Nottonalist Sabres
shot down five Soyiet-built Mig-17 jers and probably dam damaged
aged damaged another in two separate oir battles near the offshort
Quempy islands, the Nationalist air force onnounced of of-fiCrally
fiCrally of-fiCrally today.
An Air Force communique said that the AmcricolU
made Sabres also sank three Communist PT boats and
damaged a fourth while flying cover for a convoy that
again carried supplies to Big Quemoy,
The Air Force said its planes suffered no losses. All
were flown by Nationalist Chinese airmen.
But U S Air Fnrrp n Inner J .. .1
uiiu luuuie vessels were
on convoy escort duty in the Formosa Strait, with orders
t1 thnt hnrl if nltnrLnJ
"The U.S. planes might Just
ionow tne Migs to mainland
China bases and bomb those
bases Maj. R.G. Mart'h of the
U.S. Marine Corps said Martin
i? spokesman for the U-8
Taivan (Formosa) defense
CHEEEFUL AND RELAXED it ter an upsetting ocean voyage,
M16S Jeannetie MacDonata, long-time star 01 movies and. televi television,
sion, television, chats wiih Mrs. vicki McGrath, leit, on the teivace at El
Panama Hilton. The veteran actress-singer was scheduled to
leave by plane today for New York City to complete arrange
ments tor television appearances this season.
of broiled chicken, green peas, performnces with the Firestone
salad, oranges and iced tea' ai -riour anti guest shots on several
the McGrath home. She saw J?a
narna-by night Tuesdayj and was
ready for-a relaxed evening when
reporters chatted wi h her yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon.
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The years have hesn kiml to
Jeanneite MacDonald. Certainly Raymond.
she is no youngsier, but h"r
trim figure still causa m1
ti sttai an appreciative glf .ca j
Quizzed about future movies,
she revealed that her husband
lias two lilms in the otnirs which
will feature a starring role for
s itlacDonald and uiroction by
She was youthful looking it
white shorts nd blouSe and bait
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daisies. Gold trinkets dangled ir
a charm bracelet on her rig
The star who thrilled film au
"However," she said. "I can cannot
not cannot discuss thai (movies) : ce
these are my husband's con con-ier
ier con-ier V try n 10 get into
h Other's affairs."
While Miss MacDonald may have
een miserable on Tuc. ay, j.iv.-
bviouslj was enjoying her visit
p Panama. Proof of he- recovery
pearctj in her-appreciation 01
thoughtful anrl nmidiul fi,
diences years ago with her roman I oi i Mrs. McGrath. The attrac-
tic duets with Nelson Eddy Is ert' tive basket incluclci sit? !'
route to New York, to complete
arrangements for several televir
sion appearances this fall. Among
her committments, she sail, are
lind, delicacies as artichokes, and
fresh asparagus, nestled wi h
string beans and celery and sprigs
have admitted losing only two
Thuderjets and one Sabre in
i Today's air and' sea operation
was the biggesf launched, a.
gainst the Quemoy supplv con convoys
voys convoys sihee the U.S. Seventh
V POt .tori a1 ...
Ifls statement was the woiKliat vaept V
the gravest deft ih...
i'lflieleei on the RedsT
uui..y iki i'sp, nun srrcrarD
W their n:alnlp.d bases.
Rear Adm. Ralph S. Clarke,
commssndei' of Nval Task Fore
V in tht Formosa Strait, said
iasi inursnry mat piiOts un
aer n :s .command were iyen
.oermlssiob to. carry out "hot
pursuit" ix, attacked.
He indicated this would be
right up to and perhaps. over
the China mainland, at the
But Martin emphasized to to-day
day to-day American jets would not
Strike out from the Formosa
Strait Into the Red-held
mainland unless "provoked."
brought to 17 the number of
Migs tne Nationalists Air Force
claims its plane have shot
down since the Reds started
moving their supersonic jets in
to tne new coastal airfields op
posite Formosa in JuljyV
uniang Kai-shek's airmen
new PLANS TO ATTRACT TOURISTS TO PANAMA Include constru otion of a modern hotel on Taboga Island in Panama Bay. The above
drawing by Panama architect Jorge E. Yau, deplete the etructurt tha fwill have 32 bedroome, a cafeteria, bar and lounges. Some bedrooms
will be air-conditioned, others will have natural cross ventilation. T ilte chosen for the hotel involves the wrecking of most, perhaps all
of the cottages of La Restinga, the government's popular beachside ieMt house. Bids have been asked to construct the new hotel which
it part of tha tourist program sponsored by Minister rf Agriculture, Commerce and Industry Alberto Boyd.
Listings For CZ
Close On Oct. 15
The Electrical Division of the
i-Humna (janai uompany an
nounced today that, new listings
ior me man edition of the Pan
Canal, telephone dire c t o r y
should be submitted not, later
than October 15. 1
They must be mailed or taken
1 duplicate to the Chief of
the Communication's Branch of
tne Electrical DlfWlon. ?'
Non-subscriber listings will b
v.uiugcu 1U1 au uic lue Ul
Any Inquiries regarding list listings
ings listings should be referred to the
telephone directory clerk, tele
The Face Looked
Familiar But She
Sold 2 Pumpkins
LITTLE COMFTON. R.I.
Sept. H (UPI) Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Medieros was knitting
In front of her fruit stand
yesterday when several black
limousines drew up.
A man stepped out and
looked over the row of pump
kin in front of the stand,
"How much ate
"Fifteen cents apiece," re re-plled
plled re-plled Mrs. Medieros.
"How many will It take to
make a oumpkin pie?" the
man asked. i
Said Mrs. Medieros: TOjfr
depends on how big a pie
The gentleman drnve off
"That's the President."
"President of what?" she
"Of the United Statefff
"Oh my Lord," said Mrs.
apt. W. 6. Dolan
aDDOintment of rant
William; g. Dolah, as acting
chief of the Canal Zone Fire Di Division,
vision, Division, effective today, was an announced
nounced announced at Balboa Heights. The
outgoing Fire Chief. Capt. Wil Wil-Ham.jH.
Ham.jH. Wil-Ham.jH. Casswell, worked his last
day yesterday and la leaving
next week to live on Long Is Island,
land, Island, N.Y.
Dolan. a native of Brooklyn,
joined the Canal Zone fire force
in July, 1942. In 1948. he was
promoted to the rank of ser sergeant
geant sergeant and the following yeaf he
became a lieutenant.
Irt December. 1952, he left the
Fire Division to head the Canal
Zone Civil Defense organization.
He held that post until June,
1956. when he returned to the
M$; Division as drillmaster.
in that position he was in
charge of training new fireen
who were employed following, the
consolidation of governmental
fireflghting. activities in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
Later, he held the position of
marshal for the Fire Division.
ocal 900 Holds
2 Meetings Tonight
A spokesman for Local 900,
AFSCME, AFL-CIO, said two. union
meetings are scheduled to be held
tonight at Parasio and Gsmboa
G. W. Welsh, acting P. C. aeis,
snnnel director and John H. Terry
chief of the records branch Of the
Panama Canal Co. will attend the
Gamboa meeting, set to start at
7:30 p.m. in the Santa Cruz Serv
ice Center and give a general ex
planation on the principles Of the
Civil Service Retirement
People attending the Gamboa Gamboa-meeting
meeting Gamboa-meeting will be permitted o ask
any and all questions on the re
The Psraiso meeting wlH be.
held at the service center, start starting
ing starting at 8 p.m. A variety of union
business will be discussed. All
workers are urged to attend these
Gristobol To Sail
Right On Schedule
-1 p.m. Saturday
Trie Panama Liner Cristobal wM
said from Cristobal for New York
this Saturday, as seheduld. ISsft.
ing time is set for 1 p.m.
Forty eight passengers are book,
ed for New York and three for
Port au-Prince, Haiti.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER It, 1951
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THB MAIL BOX
RICHER AT PEONS' EXPENSE?
t t( by thpr that the lut. official act by Panama's For-
eian Mmistei Miguel Moreno Deiore ne ten. mm
S priflS American Embassy about the contmue oper-
toNoVK??Vl smart mov a. far as neipirg his people, but
let', stop nd look It it and aee who it is etfeu. 1 he trymrto
tab toe workueU of people of Panama 0 jus. a few ot the rich
men of Panam who want to get richer at the peons expense?
If mTK U closed it also means.that the milk botthng and
ice cream fiS wiU also close. When that Jiappens you wiU have
.bout 1M Kmanians whose monthly pttrreH us utu
looking tor joS where no jobs exist. Hasoretio asked Sr. Cbjari
D? Estevemi Diaz, Tagaropuk-s or, Hergclio Barletta, all of
Shon are richly operatori,ipw many of these me are hey
-in to Tint to kV And if they do hire some of them, are they
S to dS th as much as they are getting now or.are they going
&-SSmW that they are paying their
P1ybet.n.m. can supply the quantity of W nec.ssm but
how about the quality? Ask BarletU, Minister of PjWj how
S.v casts rfTB are to be found in Panama's muking herds
What is the guarantee that once Mindi is closed the big shots
of tnfctibine will not jack up the price of m Uk to a point where
tl nonr man with kids that need milk cannot afford it? If the quai
m rPanamas mUk is so high then why are the warehouses full
of that good Panama product Vitalac that does not seH?
NEW YORK The Democrttts
may have lost it at the Astor
on the night of Sep 4, -in ihe
North Ballroom. If ihey lose the
19bU presioency, I believe that's
where they began to lose it at
a "we-View-witn-alarm" session of
the leaders of New York's venture venturesome
some venturesome Liberal Party, which is
really a fra.ernity of brilliant
labor chiefs and nostalgic un-tir
ed old radicals.
This balance of power political
upflit society met to denounce toe
Kepublicans anu to nomime
York's District Attorney Frank
Hogan lor the U.S. Sena e. They
nominated Hogan. They denounc denounced
ed denounced the Republicans. But str.ngely
enough, they did not denounce
the Republican candidate for Gov Gov-ernor
ernor Gov-ernor of New York State, a fel fellow
low fellow by the name of Nelson Rock
efeller. who, I'm told, would make
a handy co-maker on a loan.
Furthermore, Mr, Rockefeller,
as head of Radio City which
hears his family name, has had
continuing peaceful relations wito
the more conservative construc construction
tion construction unions. Leaders of these
groups are devoted to Mr. Har Har-riman.
riman. Har-riman. But campaigning taks
more than just devotion. It takes
heavily-financed, loud, denunciat denunciatory
ory denunciatory infighting. Such a campaign
will be waged against the Repu Republican
blican Republican Senatorial nominee, Rep.
Kenneth Keating. He will be cal called
led called many names, as he was that
Thursday evening at ihe As. or.
But not so Mir. Rockefeller.
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"SEEING EYE" FOR NAUTILUS One of toe. most important factors in the success of
the USS Nautilus' trip under the polar ice cap was closed-circuit television on which Com Commander
mander Commander William R. Anderson and his crew could view the bottom of to ice pack and navi navigate
gate navigate at safe depths. Sketch above shows how toe TV was installed. It was developed by
General Electric and Mare Island Naval Shipyard engineers. The camera was mounted
vertically in a pressurized one-ton capsule in toe conning tower. A glass porthole atop the
the capsule shielded the camera's lens. A cable, strung through two water-tight seals, went
into the periscope room, where the monitor screen showed a dear picture of the ice overhead.
The camera can "see in the dark" and needs no artificial light even when Nautilus is steam steaming
ing steaming "very deep" below the surface.
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WILL SHE GET IT?
. ...4 t .tA Ai.rir in Msrifarita Commissary
rtt paid for the overtime I put in Saturday night taking inventory.
I am told from a good source I can demand it. how, with los
ing my job?
ZONIANS DO HAVE CULTURE
m..n. .11 tt.. tiniianalnn shout leek of Zonian culture? Why
should we go to Panama to see baUel, heti tw have one of
the greatest dramatists of aH time righflltf In theone?
All we have to do is pick up Our dainwna American to see
that earnest exponent of Shafcesperean ajft, W. E. Potter ( Flash
Bulb Willie") hamming it up with filles de ballet, old retired codg codgers,
ers, codgers, winners of dubious suggestion awards and sundry drab indivi individuals
duals individuals smirking over routine and petty accomplishments.
WRONG-WAY DRIVERS ON PARKWAY TWEETS
wmnii.sio rtrlvprs atm at it aealn In Panama.
This morning on the way to town I saw a young man
blithely miss a head-on collision with the car ahead of me, be because
cause because he was, driving in what was to him the left-hand lane of
2to?Vman ahied"'df me blew his horn at the offendel.
the latter didn't stop, or even slow down. He came right on
and I think turned into a driveway of one of the homes on
4118 Untess' l am mistaken, he lives in the neighborhood and
knew quite well that he was driving on the wrong side of the
landscaped strip. ...
Maybe he Just wanted to save the trouble of going to the
corner to turn so that he would be driving on the proper side
when he entered a driveway.
Doesn't he realize that some of these days he s goin? to
meet a driver who may not be able to swerve in time for a
wrong-Way ear? The offender's car just might he lighter than
the other fellow's and take the toughest shock
Saw Him In Time.
In addition, the young million millionaire
aire millionaire has a strong Negro follow following,
ing, following, for he has given mors han
lots of cash to their cause. He's
been there personally. And
many of the studies mods by
foundations bearing ths Rock Rockefeller
efeller Rockefeller name have also caught
the imagination of New York's
This will be a hard combination
THE SHOW SEASON
The theatre, which is over 5.000
'years old, is born anew e.ei'v
year. There are new ahows, new
aspirations and the most bless? i
of the theatre's events: The birth
of new stars. .The threatre
hewn out of hopes and dreams dreams-combines
combines dreams-combines the greatest flexibility
with the greatest strength. As the
talented wanderers return to the
Broadway scene, they excite ad
miration and inspire imaginat'on
Although the footlight realm can
be ruthless, it is also bountiful
During the next few months it will
generously extend happy sounds,
rainbows, graceful gyrations, poe
try and emotional warmth. Amon-;
those enhancing the theatre's es
sential sorcery this year will he
Rodgers and Hammerstein, who
will offer "The Flower Drum
Song". . While drum beating
for the -1 h e a t r e, Hammer Hammerstein
stein Hammerstein presented the following flow
ers: "Consider the miracle that
for Gov. Harriman to beat. He takes place every night at e gnn
can only do it if the uruon-iinanc-1 piay. A crowd of people gathpr
ed Liberal Party attracts enough under one roof and watr-h a s'n
independent voters to cast ballots, ry bout a group of strarfgert
for Harnman on its line. And if'thev have never r"e before. i
the last guberna onai vote mr
anything, Mr. Harriman will i
miracles is the evident willing
ness of players, playwrights
producers to challenge toe for
tress of the critics, one of iue
contenders will be "Once More--With
Feeling," co starring Arlene
Francis and Joe Gotten, ihe pu;'
was parented by Harry Kurnitz.
. .Several seasons ago, during
premiere of a Kurniti show, j
author spent most oi his time m
the ladies lounge, leaving it on
ly during intermissions.
Kurnitz confesses he is super
Stitious. "I feel," hf ays, "in.v.
if a play is a comedy and the "au "audience
dience "audience doesn't laugh, that's bad
The luck is good wheq, a drama
has the radiant s wt of Helsii
Hayes. The star I'll enchant in
Eugene O'Neill's "A Touch oi
the Poet." It will undoubtedly be
one of the season's dramat'r e
vents. .Miss Hayes has explain explained
ed explained her secret: "I act by a arc
cess of elimination. I try this and
I try that until I get what I want
When I get it I know it. It's in
stinctiye.. 1 suppose. In 'CoSiiett
when my lover was shot, I g't)
lulah Bankhead, will (tar in "Or
zy Ociouer." i'auuiah, toe hen hen-cane,
cane, hen-cane, has a capacity ur wm. :
up storms both on and off toe
stage. Lite is tor living auu
Bankhead lives, lives, lives. She
has conlesseu: "It 1 suuuemy ouu
the opportunity to again be twen
ty, there is little inOie t cu :m
have or not have that would matte
mucl; difference td me' . ,ui
the stage, she is a meticulous
technician who functions witu ;i4
most surgical objectivity. The star
observes: "Acting isn't Ute, vuu,
know, it's an imitation of life, fut
a drunk on the stage ana he d
give a very unconvincing inula
tion of a drunk. When I'm on tin tin-stage,
stage, tin-stage, I might be playing an e
motional scene ana be thinking
of the steak I'm going to have
after the show. I don't lose my
self in the part. Any actor wbt
loses himself in the part is a
merry. Go -Round
NEW DELHI, India 44ftfnting .hopefully, "he will respond to the
about worid leaders, as casualty a: emotions of hit people,
if, he were gossiping Hot Shi 1. Nehru claimed, however, that
neigncors tneials. fr.me Minrs erlsUirushchev was not mmnt.t.
Nehru descrail''Soviet. dictate master of the Kremlin but vs
Korusncnev tu. omet ftay as an
emotional man", and cojnpared
Chinese Communist chiei Vac
Tse tung to "a friendly uncle."
From per so n a 1 asspejatior:
Nehru sized up i jSlric5n
the men whuipewoh4$es may
determine world peace.
He gave an insightfor examo!"
into the mentality of Mao Tse
tung who is now toying with ten
lions in the Formosa Strait.
-Mao's military ifrategy said
Nehru, is not taken from Lenin or
Stalin but from "Chinese lore
1,000 yean oMJ'
"Mao it alweyi emoting ancient
Chinese prdverbs every 2d minut
es," Nehru added.
He said Mao't military ancest
ors would not meet an enemy
head on but would withdraw pul
lag the enemy in after them.
Then the Chinese force would
dissolve into the civilian popula
tion and reappear later at a weatc
spot in me enemy lines. me an
cient estrategy was to avoid i
clash witn einehgWut to
watcn and wilt for signs of wfak
"Mao Used these same anient
tactics to dislodge Chiane Kai
iheit," said Nehru. He lUfifiested
that the Red jeader may still be
orawing our nis enemy, ann pro?
ing for a weak spot is the For mo
if the Liberals lose a me.e 5,uuu s my basic reason for believing
votes. that the theatre will nevr it v
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Should thousands of militant lib-jgmng r
eral rank-and-filers stay home onj
Election Day or simply not vote
for a gubernatorial candidate, and
Mr. Harriman loses, the Democ Democrat
rat Democrat will lose one of their potential
candidates for the I960 Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential selection.
audience is gripped by a common bed myself acres-, th? wat eH
"motion -love tor mankind. Tni let my knees buckle at the same
Another of the theatr
time. I remembere-i x;
mother standing beside the grave
of her child, do just that. It was
right. It was effective."
Another effective twinkler Tal
EXCHANGE SERVICE PERSONNEL POLICY
Never in the history of the Exchange service has this fine
institution that has served so many by ao Itew deteriorated In
very phase of its activities as It has in the past years.
I 2m not one that believes in complacency. I approve im im-provenents
provenents im-provenents and changes with an honest Intent of getting the
job done by the most capable person, regardless of nationality
or rajfce, is a move In the right direction. But it has clearly been
decided that In the Exchange Service any important job will
be handled by an American, regardless of ability. So now there
are many Americans there who have not and will never be able
to do the job to which they are assigned, while" capable Local
Raters sit back and watch them bluff their way through.
Here are two instances of injustice:
A Local-Rate manager was first suspended for shortages
and after waiting almost seven months without pay for a de decision
cision decision from a board of officers, was Inter terminated. Why
even months? Was it that the board was pressured in render rendering
ing rendering a verdict against the manager? White managers have had
continuous shortages and Are still working. Why the exception?
This unfortunate manager took his case to a grievance board
sometime in August. Does he have to watt another seven
months for a verdict, Or is it been worked over too?
2. There are employes doing identical jobs with different
titles. Does their nationality again come into play?
These things are worth checking Into if we are to have a
better relationship in the future.
Someone once said "Every time you open your mouth you
let men look into your mind." The remark applies to "Suspi "Suspicious"
cious" "Suspicious" (Mail Box, Sept. 15). His statement that a waiter could
not have written my Mail Box letter of Sept. 12 Indicates the
world is moving along and leaving him standing still.
If "Suspicious" would take a little time off to really become
acquainted with waiters he would find most of them different
from what he apparently believes them to be. It is bigotry to
believe they are aemi-iiterate individuals.
"Suspicious" might be interested to learn that some of the
best clerks, bookkeepers and stenographers from the Canal Zone
have worked and are still working a waiters in the Canal Zone
end Panama. Some of them do so because thev could no longer
endure the injustices handed out to them In their Zone jobs,
while others like to make an extra buck. If these men come up
to Panama Canal standards of literacy during the day, does
"Suspicious" think they revert to semi-literacy while working
as waiters at night?
I am tickled that "Suspicious." thouebt mv SeDt. 12 letter
well written, even If he did not like what It said. The waiters
who read it gleefully are happy. Just to put "Suspicious"
straight, I never went beyond grade school, yet I have tried to
make something of myself by reading everything that comes
into my hands with writing on it, and by working as a waiter
to further my education.
This ii kind of rough considering some of the characters
w have to serve After all, every Negro Is born with two strikes
against, him and with someone like Herb Score In the pitcher'
box. Little Rock proves this. So we Negroes have to prepare
Ourselves for Score's nothing and two pitch.
The day of the "Yes, Massah" Negro li waning4, whether
"Suspicious" luces it or not. the way, Is "Suspicious" (who
may even be the Mr. Redneck of my Sept. 12 Mall Box letter) :
If he should ever become the victim of a hiked check again,
why not see the manager Instead of upbraiding the waiter? In
the place where I work the complaint would be promptly an-4
courteously investigated Contrary to "Suspicious"' belief, in
the place where I am employed the waiter does not total the
S Panamanian Hiilrr
It seems to me nationally sifnif
icant'that a gathering of 40HNew
Dealers and veterans of some
mighty militant picked lines not
only did not attack Nelson Rock Rockefeller
efeller Rockefeller but didn't even mention
him once by name that evening.
These are voices I've heard thund thunder
er thunder at a thousand stree rallies
since the days I was so unladen
of calories that my Dad coi iu prop
me on his shouldr so that I might
see the street corne: speaker.
Yet here these men had the
chance o rip into a Rockefeller'
a Republican and a o e
Averell Harriman. Yet they didn't.
For they, the rank-and-file, res
pect Rockefeller. As do the Lib Liberal
eral Liberal Party strategists, David Dub Dub-insky
insky Dub-insky of the Ladies Garment;
Workers Union and Alex Rose of
the Hat ers Union.
This sampling of a mood is of
what's to come in this pivotal 'N.
Y. gubernatorial campaign. The
labor people, devoted as ihey are
to the Democratic incumbent,
Averell Hanriman, are no: going
to campaign direc ly against Mr.
Rockefeller. Neither will o t h r
powerful labor forces outside the
The influential Amalgamated
doming Workers Union, now
quietly and efficiently led by
Jsck Potofsky, successor to Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Hillman, is another outfit
that will not assail Mr. Rock Rockefeller
efeller Rockefeller personally. There is the
corroborated story of Potofsky's
insistence that Mr. Rockefeller
be seated and honored alongside
him at en Urbsn League tes im im-onisl
onisl im-onisl dinner for ths union of official.
ficial. official. Nelson Rockefeller could then
come through as a poweful Repu Republican
blican Republican leader with a big chunk
of votes to cast at the Republican
presidential nominating conven convention.
tion. convention. At that time the GOP will
probably be looking for a errific
campigner from down East for
the second spot on their national
If Rockefeller wins this Novem November
ber November in New Yo'k, he can have the
second spot on the GOP's '60
ticke s, insiders say. But If he
doesn't run for office in '60, he
cer'ainly will be one of those who
will decide who the Republicans
will run for president. And he'll
go in fighting hard for that man.
With-his political weight, and at
his age, Rpcke'eller could cost the
Democrats millions of votes.
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As TaUulah argues, acting may
be an imitation of- iae. lne truut
is, however, that life is the most
effective imitation of drama. As
a case m point, there's the atwv
lof Imogene Coca, who will alri
in "The Girls in Room 509." She
became a femmeoian as the. con
sequence of a fateful whim. Son'.
years ago, she was hired as
dancer for a Broadway revue. The
theatre was cold durins rehears
als. Miss Coca borrowed a coat
from one of the sta"V.iandfe and
wrapped herself in it. The coat
was large and sprawled over 'wi
hands and feet. During a five
minute break, she impulsively 3n
tertained the trouDe in the eosr
She flounced arounu the stageJgv the
ing a sassy imitation of a bWMkMstr
queen. Everybody howled, includ
ing the producer, who promtly
gave her a comedy role.
COOL TOWARD CHOU
Mao exudes oersonal war
"like a friendly untjleT, e I f
But he obviously' didn't eel
toe same way aheut Mao s top
lieutenant, premier Chou En lal,
"Chou is clevef. charmins ind
. ."Nehru reached for another
"Calculating?" I suggested. He
But if Chou seldom reacts from
emotion, rviKita nnrusncnev m
Nehru's opmioi i exactly the op
posite. roe Russian dictator is
typical of his people, whom Nehru
described as "highly emotion 1 1
"But not Molotov," he interter-t
ed, speaking of the sphinx faced
former foreign minister. "He was
As for Khmishchev, "he will
react according to the way he is
treated.' Nehru deelaretf He
claimed Khrushchev's blustering,
intemperative statements were u
lually impulsive. Once Nehru ask asked
ed asked the Soviet leader whv he to-
mmkWt PWfiW di diplomacy.
plomacy. diplomacy. "You hve spoken of your desire
for friendship with England and
usiOr!aWrV WRish. Then
why do you make statements that
ire calculated to make very En Englishman
glishman Englishman hate you?"
restricted in his actions by inter international
national international Kremlin politics.
"Within this framework" fte
said. "Khrushchev will respond to
the strong feelings of the Russian
people for peace."
As on e world leader talking
about others. Nehru also esve hi
impressions of Egyptian President
Nasser whom he does not costder
He pointed out that the Hi tier
type does not wish to 1 a r
but only to harangue.
"Nasser is eager to learn," not noted
ed noted Nehru. "This is not true of th
NASSER LIVES MODESTLY
Moreover, Nehru claimed fW
er had "learned a great dipv
lince the two frit mt after th.
195.2 Egyptian revolution. The
rnme Minuter was also impres impressed
sed impressed with Nasser's personal charm
and Spartan habits.
"He lives verv mnrlcatl mm
kno, Jn the same house his mi military
litary military commandant uH
m & Cairo." Nehru eommented
Of TraiiUnt rr;..i
Nehru laid: "He is a man of greaf
charm and good will, and h. has
llrohg desire for peace..'
n."- """"J Bcsiea, nowever
that Ike mav he ton rantinne .k
Mmelementlng his good intention.
iue wonts came in gushed from
Nelmi, rising and faffing with the
piipn or on nign voice.
He Sat disconsolately in t.n,.
.V. ,1 '-"-J m rv -i
chair, his leo-I in their tm,l,.
te jodhpurs tucked underneath.
nis race wore a troubled, nreoc-
- The P.M., as he is affectionate
ly called in New Delhi em-vi
wsenly aware of the rivalry be
tween China's Communist system
and India's democratic, svstem.
He realistically pointed out Ch'.
"The Chinese work harder Its.
said, "and their climate is more
"He added that "n ot Brer Brer-chunk
chunk Brer-chunk of land the site of China
has such i homogenous poouh poouh-tion"
tion" poouh-tion" who therefore can be guided
more easily "toward a. common
Nehru described his own people
as "so independent they are al almost
most almost anarchistic. "They are even
Bdeoendent "in their attitude to toward
ward toward Gold," he said, explaining
that thef may sing hymns toget together
her together but they worship individually.
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Life has never been a cOmedv
to Tennessee Williams, who will
be represented by "Sweet Bird oi
Youth." The world of Tennessee
Williams is ignited by fiery woffle
and the uark shadows of psycho
logical problems. Mr. Williams has
the -ability to probe the dungeon
of the subconscious and emcrpi:
with peotiy. . Although he ii
probably the most successful on
temporary playwright, he con
cedes that Broadway frightens
him. .Las season, one of his ef
forts was produced by an mt
Broadway audiencs. I couldn't
cope with doing another -Broad
way play at this time. Having a
play on Broadway is a life and
Make no mistake about it the
foregoing is not one of the drama dramatist's
tist's dramatist's casual observations. The ter terror
ror terror of Bradway has been a win
ering experience for Williams. His
last Broadway effort. "Orpheus
Descending," was a quick flop.
A! a result of the failure tha au
ther was compelled to undergo
The fear of failure, ironically,
is the punishment for success.
Khrushchev's reply, as Nehru
quoted ft, 'wife; "We have been
living in state of siege for 40
years. W e hive been worried that
the Western11 world would topple
us. We are just coming out of
this state of teg, but we ere still
"Not 'fearful'." Nehru corrected
the word Khrushchev, bad used.
- 'Suspicious' o theWW-St." Th'
rjjsht account fof Ms hastv. off
t e hit shots it the West, the In
dian leader suggested.
. Because Khruhehev ic
emotional man," Nehru added
CITIS IDIN'S FAILURE
I repeated to Nehru an Indian
saying that he is "like the great
peepol tree nothing grows in
its shade. "This la widely quoted
itt India to express the growing
concern over the lack of leaders to
take Nehry'i place.
"X cannot jam a successor
down India throat," he com commented.
mented. commented. In a democracy, he said, the
people must choose their leaders
which makes politicans mnn
difficult to train than scientists
He cited Britain's Anthony Eden
as an example. Ail his life, he had
been trained to be prime Minist Minister.
er. Minister. Winston Churchill carefully
groomed Eden as his successor.
But once in office, "Pffft." ssid
Nehru, "he did not last." Hi
whole training "was wasted" he he-cause
cause he-cause of political contigencies,
Such is the way of democracy,
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Thj tensions end anxieties of t.
pening nights are hirdly uncoiti
mon. Another example is N. (tic t
ard Nash, the dramatist, who is
venturing onto the Broadway hat
tleground with "Handful of Fire"
. .Nash wrote "The Rainmnl-
I er," several seasons go. He iat
er fteciareo; tnat during the ope i
ing night he had the strange im
pression that he was Hitening
to a play he had written but h? i
never seen staged. "I got to won
dering where the producer got
hold of it." he said. "I was on
the verge of asking what haonen
ed. but 1 couldn't bring myself to
One of the more, courageous e
vents of the season will be illus
trated by the fGoldilcoks" music
al, co authored by Jean and WV
ter Kerr. He, ef course, is a w
tlcing critic. In this case, a mem
ber of the firing squid hit volun volunteered
teered volunteered to become a tirget. That
requires spunk, alright. . Kerr
hat a thoughtful estimate of rri rri-tlc'i
tlc'i rri-tlc'i function ind nower: "Tn "Tn-newspaper
newspaper "Tn-newspaper critic's obligation Is not
to the man who has invested
thousand dollars In a project he
hopes to make a profit on; If h
to the reader who has invested 5
cents in his newspaoer and ii
the verge of investing an idtd
tional $7.50 in a theatre teat."
Rod Stelger, who will star -"Roshomon,"
has a down to earth
ipproach to his Orefeistoi. H H-isn't
isn't H-isn't concerned with th fire and
fervor of stardom which frentiem
ly falsifies reality and petrifier
ordinary logic. "Living 's an tr."
he logically contends. "Say a man
raises a Kapiy child for a w'.wh
lifetime. That'l an Irt. How can
you compare that to an actor who
n?keg oeople happy for. pn'v
wo ind s half hours and ic
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fireman who should have saved a Jersey Central com commuter
muter commuter train from plunging into Newark Bay but didn't
still was missing today, leaving wide open the question
of why the tragedy occurred.
Investigators had expected that the body of fireman
Peter Andrew would be aboard the lead locomotive of the
train that ran through an open drawbridge Monday, kill killing
ing killing possibly as many as 48 persons.
When the engine was retrieved late last night, how however,
ever, however, the body was not found.
Had Andrew's body been found in the cab, investiga investigators
tors investigators had hoped that its position might have helped solve
The second engine, which was in tandem with the
first and was believed empty of personnel, was to be
raised about mid-afternoon today.
Probers seeking the cause of
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on Andrew's body to determine
whether, by some twist of fate,
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Autopsy reports on the body
of Wllburn, retrieved shortly
after the accident, showed he
had died apparently of a heart
WQPifc DOWN A coach of a Jersey Central commuter train
that plunged off an open drawbridge over Newark Bpfjinks
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drawbridge between Elizabethport and Bayonne. Fay was
rescued from the car that dangled from the trestle for about
two hours before plunging into Newark Bay. Early examination
disclosed he was suffering from an injured leg.
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Sunday, army headquarters an
The fall of Painan, 30 miles
south of Padang, was the first
major break in several weeks in
the stalemated fighting in Suma
The army said amphibious
forces stormed the beach south of
r a l n a n while infantry urn's
marches on the city from Padang.
Here in Jakarta, police stood
guard at gasoline s'ations to pre prevent
vent prevent trouble among motorist and
hoaders trying to snap up dwing dwing-ling
ling dwing-ling fuel stocks.
Reports reaching the capital in indicated
dicated indicated outlying areas also were
beginning to feel the shortage
brought on by the decision of two
oil companies supplying the do domestic
mestic domestic market to hold distribution
to the July level.
, The companies, Shell and Sand Sand-ard
ard Sand-ard Vacuum, have complained
that government pice controls
are causing them to lose money
on domestic dis'ribution.
The, government ha refused to
permif prfoe increase for fear it
would contribute to worsening in-
With Radio Calls
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Orleans police officers' jr'e gct-t
mis n-pcoraen auiy "com.ner "com.ner-cials"
cials" "com.ner-cials" with their regular radio
messages these days.
Sandwiched between the normal
Dolice calls; th P S O Tl ACD9 HOC
crackle through their radio re
"Be alert. One of fhP
you are handling may want to
"You are members of the best
police force in the unrlH In cnito
of manpower shortages ue ran
do a good job by giving our best
effort at all times."
"InSDeCt vour emiinmpnt ha(nra
each tour of duty."
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trestle between Elizabethport and Bayonne af,er two locomotives and three coach 'At m
Jersey Central commuter train plunged off art open drawbridge Ih to Newark Bay. Twti' Otne
Paul Henreid In
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BALBOA 6:15 & 8:40
"Love In The Afternoon"
Fri. "The Tall Stranger"
COCO SOLO 7:00
John Wayne i Sophia Loren
"LEGEND OF THE LOST
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Fri. "Summer Love"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
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"THE GIANT CLAW"
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3reta Garbo Fredric March
Fri. "Battle of The River
PARAISO i 7:00
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CAMP BIERD 7:00
"DIG THAT URANIUM" and
"TEEN AGE DOLL"
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plunged into Newark are treated at a Bayonne hospital. At left Is Paul Land, of Rumson; N.JL
with nurse Ann Suwak. At right is Merrltt Jones, of Matawan, N.J., with nurse Rita Gelerd-
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The Quemoy Crisis
U.S. Fifth Air Force ra
Oil olert ttottlt.
laeaa h aejt"
mo od oir, U S. 7th Fleet patrols
U S aerol loreot and UtK Air Fore
in Philippinei ole rted.
Eight ants of 7th Float soil From
Siassseri for their Okinawa bast.
Will join Notionalist Chinasa aoval
units in war gomes off southern For Formosa
mosa Formosa in September.
B prtrieas ogreement, U.S. is
charged with defense of Formosa
awe) Pescadores islands, hat not off
shore islonds now under attack. In Intervention
tervention Intervention there is up to President
Britain sending two aircraft carriers
to reinforce its Far Eastern Fleet.
Admiralty declares "nothing smis
tar" about tho shift.
DENVER fNEA) The sua. set
ting behind the' Reeky Mountain
peaks was redder than the trous trousers
ers trousers of the 1 Hillsaiily fourna
ment golfer completing his days
round at the Cherry Hills O-j-try
Club. Except tor employes the
big ctybh)as deserted ew.
thp "9lfer; asked: .
"Wftejre ft everyone? Which
way lid they go?
A wititey 'rented, ?'They went
thataway ;r.'then he pointed a-
eross tne;ireen nius xo a mm, vwi
with Jhe mostess, declared herself
"Not me," she laughed, "I'm too
2ood with guns. Remember- 1
Won all (iose trophies in 'Annie
Get Your Gun.
The fastest gun of aH, though
belonged to Ethel's 13 year-old son,
Bobby, who out-drew W of the
guests with Ijghning l ana is is-100th
100th is-100th of a second. But Bobby had
been practicing for three day on
"Dirtv Dan and let the auuits
western delinquents have their fun.
Rackets Committee Produces Evidence
That Bender Got Check For $1000
tory gteyatope home and addod For his next big party, Six pro
mised a novelty for his shoot em
up guests. .
fie s going 10 nave vtny ovn
wired to school back with cap pis
It Was buffet and fast gun
draw time at Six Acres, the
fconie of Ethel and Robert Six
Ethel Merman, that is, and Bob
Six, the tall, personable president
of Continent al Arilines.
All the Hillsdillv celebrities, the
business tycoons, the start and
the political big-wigs were there.
"Dirtv Dan" was there, too. A
bearded, eeial gfiflt in weste-n
duds, "Dirty Dan" stared, ufimtiV
Ing, at the famous gfiesta as they
crowded onto the terrace.
"Dirty Dan" was a live sue
earboird cut-out wired electron;
callv for fun. He was hooked up
with an electric timing device
which split seconds by the hun
dredrhs for the year's most str
-studded, fast gun drw. contest.
Bob six i passed out ax snoon-
jop eci with, paraftm petiets ana
strapped twe eun bolsters m
Ph'l HarrW, Alice Faye, Donald
O'Connor, DiMy. Dean, Rav Bol
gr, Trfm Harmon, Gov. Steve Mc Mc-Nicholsof
Nicholsof Mc-Nicholsof Colorado and other, to
the ?vn duel theme song of "High
The Phil Harris hand, famed
for never being without a slass
was as steady as Wyatt Earp's.
The big Dfezy Dean naw that oltee
tipped baseballs across home nla'i
was trieger-hHflby and clumsy. E
ren CTester o? TV's "Gun Smoke"
could have out -drawn 01 pit, who
scored jio better than 10 seconds.
Easiest draw with the Sixes' six
shooters wa Donald O'Connor al
1 an 25100th o' a second, phil
ws No. 1 nti-'at 1 and 30100th,
fillowed by Ray Bolger and 38r
ETHIJL MERMAN, the hostess
PHIL HARRIS later confessed
why his band was so steady when
he drew on "Dirty Dan." He told
me: "I Dretended he was an NBL
Phil's under contract to NBC
and he's madder than a hornet
with the hives because the network
said "No" to reuqest from Jack
Renny and Bins Crosby to have
Phil on their opening TV shows
told Task Is
To Produce 'Elite'
CASTEL' GANDOLF0, Italy
lUPIl Pooe Pius XII said in a
speech made public yesterday mat
the task of uatnouc scnoois now
was to turn out an "elite" group
capable of meeting the problems
of the atomic age.
The Pope delivered his French
language address Sunday in an
audience to participants in the
third general assembly of the in international
ternational international Office of Catnolic
Teaching, which was founded in
The Hague in 1950.
He urged the teachers to remain
"entirely faithful" to their task of
educating Catholic youth despite
opposition or lack of public sup support
port support in some countries. He asked
them to produce "solid Chris Christians,"
tians," Christians," while at the same time not
overlooking the teaching of sub subjects
jects subjects needed for proper knowl-
"The effectiveness of an educa education
tion education system depends ultimately on
its entire faithfulness to the main
goal it has set for itself," he said.
Outlining the task before Catho Catholic
lic Catholic teachers in this day, the Pope
said the need was to turn out an
"elite" group which could cope
with such problems as "the con conflict
flict conflict of ideas and political sys systems,
tems, systems, the grouping of nations into
opposing blocs, the appeal of under-developed
countries and the
common use of the new sources
WASHINGTON (UP I) The Sen Senate
ate Senate Rackets Committee produced
evidence yesterday that "George
H. Bender" received a ii.ow
check from the Ohio Conference
of Teamsters last month. The
committee also was told that "G,
Bender" was listed for a $100
Teamster Christmas gitf in 1955.
Former Sen. George H. Bender
(It-Ohio), now head of James R.
Hoffa's "Anti-Racketeering Com
mission," promptly confirmed that
he received the $1,000 but said
he "returned it immediately." He
denied ever receiving the $1000
The $1,000 check was dated
Aug. 15, 1958, eight days before
Hoffa, the Teamster president, an announced
nounced announced appointment of Bender as
$250 a-day head of the commission
Hoffa set up to supervise a Team Teamster
ster Teamster cleanup.
William Pressor, chairman of
the Ohio Conference of Teamsters,
refused on grounds of possible
self-incrimination to tell the Rack
ets Committee about the check.
Presser was threatened with
contempt after he committee was
told he destroyed a 1955 Christ Christmas
mas Christmas gift list including the names
"R. Bliss and G. Bender Ray
Bliss is the Ohio Republican
Bender, in explanation of the
si nrm check told United Press
International the Ohio Teamsters mze u u 1 niu.
had asked him to study Ohio's
Valentine Act,- a state transporta transportation
tion transportation law, and make a survey to
see how comparable laws were
working in other states.
The check arrived at his office
in his sbsence and his s sff de deposited
posited deposited it, Bender said. He said
that when he became aware of it
upon his return, he sent the
money bsck in a letter dated
Bender ssid that in returning
the money he explained that he
was prevented from taking the
Valentine Act assignment because
of his appointment to the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Anti-Racketeering Commis
The $1,000 was an advance pay payment,
ment, payment, Bender said. He added that
the record of his returning the
money was at the Biggs National
Bank here. This could not be im immediately
mediately immediately confirmed.
Bender said he "never received
any gifts or campaign contribu contributions
tions contributions irom the Teamsters Union
or any other union to my knowl
As for the Senate, committee's
evidence that he was among eight
persons who were slated for gifts
of $100 "Champagne Masters,"
Bender said he never' received
such a gift "and 1 wouldn't recog-
"NBC's reason," the curly hair
ed singer -comedian steamed. "ws
hecause I didn't have an NBC show
Jack and Bing could guest on, and
ti'ey wouldn't guest on any other
NBC show I can't understand it.
Why. Bing and I are pals and
Jack's practically my father. My
NBC contract permits me two out
side guest apperances a year hut
it seems like they want to keep
me out of the action."
fa sweet drea-
And what a dream dessert I Royal Gelatins
are just naturally delicious. Kids go
crazy for 'am. Good thing, too, 'cause all
seven flavors are packed with
Vitamin C. Best of aH you can
make them in a jiffy
THERE WAS plenty of action
when Donald O'Connor and Phil
and Ray Bolder traded corner'''
ad libs beside Ethel's piano and
Ethel sang her pret RroaHvv
show hits including "I Get a Kick
Out of You." But since becom'nr;
Mrs. Bob Six, she has added a line
to "I get no kick out of planes."
She's now singing it:
"Except Continental Airlines
planes, of course."
Broadway's favorite musical co
medy star living on Six Acres in
the rual environs of Denver is
another story I'll get a kick out
if telling you some time.
mm WJk'.m mS
A OF CRAI
N -Actes of wheat stretchlna to the iWion
tkr iWUoo's bumper crop this year, engulf farmer Al via
EHRAN. Iran fUPn-Avai Al-
mahna of Iraq, who claims to be
the cousin of the late King Faisal,
has asked for political asylum in
Iran, government officials dis
closed today. They said he told
them he remained in hiding after
the coup d'etat in Iraq until he
could manage to flee to Iran
Gelatin in 7 glorious
Two Legion Posts
Give Early Start
To Christmas Drive
, Post No. 1 snd Post No. 7 of
the American Legion sre getting
ogether to make an early start
of their yearly Christmas drive, it
wss announced today by the com commanders
manders commanders of the two posts.
Tho two nnsts are starting s
Santa Claus workshop to provid
enough toys tor the cniiaren 01
Psja and the poor children of Pa Panama
nama Panama City (selected by the Sal Salvation
vation Salvation Army) and those of the
Palo Seco leper colony.
They are asking the public to
donate old or broken toys that
can be ripairerf in the workship.
Donors may call Balboa 1477,
For Kobbe 4193 or Navy 3457 to
have their donations pick up, or
may leave them at American
Legion Post No. 1 at rort Amaaor.
BiTnN ROIIC.E La, Sen.
Allon Rllender ID-La. I. on Easl-
West tensions such as the crisis
in the Formosa trait:
"It is my belief that if these
hrnsh fir wars continue we
should go to the core of Uie
trouble Russia while we
have the power left."
rvnrxan Dr Andrew C.
iw rhamnion of the controversial
"cancer drug" krebiozen, on why
he administered the drug to him
self to treat a pre cancerous
condition in his tongue:
"T alwavs believe in takine my
WASHINGTON FBI Director
J. Edear Hoover, in denying he
ever aid American youth was
going to tne aogs:
"I have never stated that I felt
the vouneer generation as a whole
is going to the dogs. .1 have
stated on a numDer 01 occasions
that the wholesome majority of
the youth of the nation mem
congratulations and encouragement."
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TWIWTW TtrnV A fir CiiMr
intendent of Scnoois Virgil T.
Blossom,, on why football and
other extracurricular activities
have been cancelled while the in
tegration coniroversy rages:
"The ichools are closed. That
means evjary part of the schools."
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. David
J. McDonald, president of 'he
United Steel workers, on the kind
f union convention he hopes to
see nere:' .
"1 want a peaceful convention,
t don't want any rough stuff. I
don't want any heads cracked;"
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I Car shows Pan-American Livestock Show fl
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nace furnace has been cimpletely relined
since being taken out of produc production
tion production in September, 1957. Improved
business conditions and new
orders called for the increased
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BIRTH OF SON ANNOUNCED
BY MR. AND MRS. PIEKPOINT
Mr. and Mrs. Surse Taylor Pierpoint announce the birth of
a son, Surse Junior, at the San Fernando Clinic September 16.
The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William K. Cald Caldwell
well Caldwell of Dillon, S.C. The paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel E. Pierpoint, are long-time residents on the Isthmus
and recently returned from several years residence in Kio de
Mrs. De li Guardia
Attnds Today's Tea
The first social event of the sea
on oi tne Colon unit oi tne inter
American Women's Club was a
membership tea this afternoon at
the strangers Club in Colon.
Honored guest at the affair was
Mis. Ernesto de la Guardia, wife
oi the President of Panama.
Mrs. Luisa de Ventura is the
Itw president of the IAWC Colon
Mrs. Hitchcock Entertains
Ladies Of D.A.R. Chapter
Mrs. William C. Hitchcock en entertained
tertained entertained at hr home in Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du Heights lor members and
guests of the Panama Canal Chap Chapter
ter Chapter oi the Daughters of the Ameri American
can American Revolution. She was assisted
by her sister, Mrs. Robin Comer
The hostess used tropical flow flow-trs
trs flow-trs as a background for the buf
fe' luncheon. A special guest .vas
Miss Mary Watson, representative
from Girls' Stale to Girls' Nation
In Washington this year, who dis discussed
cussed discussed her experiences and shovv shovv-some
some shovv-some interesting pictures to il illustrate
lustrate illustrate her talk.
Attending the luncheon meeting
were Mrs. Albert F. Daniel, re regent
gent regent of the chapter, Mrs. George
1 ianulton. Mrs. Ben F. Smith,
Mrs. E. W. Hatchett, Mrs. Arthur
0'L.arv, Mrs Carl A. Widell, Mrs
Don W. Journeay, Mrs. Albert A
breau, Irs. Manner B. Huff, Mrs.
J. W. Muller, Mrs. E C Jones,
Mrs William H. Allen, Mrs. R. W.
Rubelli, Mrs Fred H. Hodges and
Mrs William N. Taylor.
Cibb Stucksy Presents
Most Outstanding Speech
The award for the most out
standing speech of the evening at
the meeting of the Isthmian Toast Toast-masters
masters Toast-masters Tuesday at the Tivoli
G"est House was presented to
Gibb Stuckey. His address center center-e'
e' center-e' round the relati"e merits of
conventional small arms as com
pared to nuclear weapons and th
need for arming inlanuy in limit
The next meeting of the Toast
masters will be highlighted by the
installation of a new slate ot offi
cers. It vill be held Tuesday, Oct.
7, at the Tivoli.
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lief relief from the Florida heat is no
problem to Pengy the Humboldt
penguin. He's happily perched
on a 25-pound cake of ice at his
new home in the Miami -Sea-quarium.
If he ignores the palm
trees, he can preten.1 he's back
n old st;'mr:n- -"""-ds.
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Call Colon 1965
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column should be lubmirled n
te.-wnttn turm snd mailee so
th box numbei listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," oi delivered
oy hnd to the ottica. Notices oi
meetings cannot be accepted a
Atlantic Camera Club
Members of the Atlantic Cme
ra Club are reminded ot a meet
iug ivioauay, aeptemoer il, at
p.m. in the club rooms at Mourn
Hope. Louis Kaufer will present a
leciure and slide show on "A Can
al Transit" and a slide clinic will
A color photo class is planned
for next Wednesday vening, and
members should bring cameras
and equipment for night photogra photography.
phy. photography. Another future club event is
an outing September 28 at Mira Mira-flores
flores Mira-flores Locks and Gold Hill.
William V. Brugge, who re retired
tired retired from the Canal organiza organization
tion organization in August with 38 years of
service which dated back to the
construction period, is among
the 48 passengers booked to sail
from Cristobal for New York,
Friday, aboard the Panama Lin Liner
er Liner Cristobal.
Three passengers are booked
for Port au Prince, Haiti.
The complete passenger list
for New York follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adie; Wil
liam T. Ballou; Charles P. Bar Barton;
ton; Barton; Mr. and Mrs. William V.
Brugge: Douglas Clifford; Miss
Elizabeth A. Conley; Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite F. Conley; William H.
Cushing; Mrs. Wilhelmene H.
Cushlng; Miss Phyllis Denny;
Miss Bertha I. Frensley; Miss
Gertrude Garni; George Geer Geer-inck;
inck; Geer-inck; Miss Amy Rose Gray; Mrs.
Edith Glazer; Mr. and Mrs. Her Herbert
bert Herbert C. Hawvichorst;
Miss Laura Katz; Miss Jo-
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beings 9 Thread
Answer to Previous Puzzle
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Give Youngsters A Voice
In Planning Their Meals
!2L MAX fSJEMOS
If you have close neighbors be
ennsii'erate about nnise Vnn ar,
almost sure to disturb them u
you use a power mower earlv in
the morning while they ar," sill
trying to sleep or if you run
power iooi( tate at night, or turn
in your TV or r.dio so teud
that it can be heard outside you:
If you want to stay on food
terms with your neighbors, u'e
considerate of them in small
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written Hr NBA Service
ephine Kawkiel; Mr. and MriLihe evening meal because of dup
H. A. Keiber; Miss Adeie v. kucftCatB, she explained.
chesi: Anthony G. Lynn; Mr.
and Mrs. Henry T. McKenzie;
Mrs. Loretta Moran; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward J. Murphy; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph J. Noonan: Mr.
and Mrs. Gustaf A. Peterson;
Miss L. Qulnty: Miss S. Qufeity;
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Roth;
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford V. Russell;
Reuben Seidman; Mr. and Mrs.
eteel Tanner; Mrs. Alma L. Tra Tra-rv:
rv: Tra-rv: Leo A. Walsh; Leon J. War Warner:
ner: Warner: Miss Helen Williams and
Waldemar R. Zirkman.
NEW YORK-(UPI)-Talk "tur "turkey"
key" "turkey" with Junior. The family ef.
sulation is the key to the well well-balanced
balanced well-balanced diet tor the school child,
says nutritionist Elizabeth D. Mun Mun-ves.
ves. Mun-ves. Dir. Munves, an associate
professor at New York Univer University's
sity's University's School of Education, says
mothers would have less trouble
with their youngster's appetites
The after-school snack also
calls for strategy. If mother has
sandwiches ready for the icebox
raiders, or sandwich mixes made
from leftovers, school children
will be less apt to fill up on pret pret-zels,
zels, pret-zels, chocolate doughnuts and
packaged cookies and cake.
Left to their own devices teen
agers and many younger children
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THE VOICE Of(
by Doroihy Killgallen
if they gave the children a re- j will pick up "emp y calories,"
gular voice in meal-planning. iDr. Munves explained, and w ii
"I often wonder, too, how much
parents guide their youngsters'
choices in packing or buying
lunch," she said in an interview.
"If a child is going to fix his own
lunch, or buy it at school tell him
in advance what you're having
This technique helps prevent
complaints or loss of appetite at
e numoer one promem
with the child is at breakfast
maybe you're not giving enough
time for a good meal in the morn
ing Let children know their is
ample time to eat and get to
school, she urged, and get up
early enough yourself so that
there is no need to rush
At night set the
they do need lots of calories for
growth can get these with
extra nutrients vitamins and mm
nerals if their snack-time selec selection
tion selection is planned carefully.
For the small fry, she urttH
that milk or fruit juice be served
in mid-afternoon, and considered
a part of the over-all daily diet.
She also recommended that the
evening snack for children of any
age be more than just a desert.
It, too. 'should e figured as
part of the child's daily calorie in
take, to add essential food value
without overbalancing the diet in
any one category.
DIXIE PORK CHOPS
WASHINGTON HlPIi Han Hanker
ker Hanker for some old-style Southern
cooking? Then try "Dicie pork
Brown 1-inrh thick pork chops
slowly. Season wi'h equal parts
salt and sage. Remove chops from
pan. Add flour to drippings in pan
and blend well.. Add wa'er and vi vi-nepar
nepar vi-nepar (1 tablespoon vinegar for
each cup of water). Cook until
cravy has thickened. F "turtle
chops to frying pan. Place cored
arm!? rings on chops and sprink1'
with brown suar. Add raisin raisin-Cover
Cover raisin-Cover and simmer until chops are
NEW YORK (UPli -fin-savory
cauliflower, cook the vege
table and table in 1-inch deep broiling stock
lay out clothing to help everyone to which 1-2 teaspoon of salt has
off to a good start next day. been added. Wash 1 medium head
Teen-agers who turnup their i of cauliflower, remove outer
noses at the conventional break- leaves and separate head into
fast foods cereal, eggs, bacon flowerettes. Cook, uncovered, in
and toast many find their ap stock about 5 minutes. Cover and
petites again if you vary the continue cooking un'il tender,
menu with cheese on toast or a 1 or about 30 minutes. Drain, season
regional specialty, such as fish rr I with peppfer and chopped parsley,
fish cakes, she said. 1 Serve 3-4.
Easy Way To Kill
Caches And Ants
Sclentiit recommend that you eon.
trol roarhea and ant the modern
way with Johnston'a NO-ROACH
Brushed Juit where you want II
'hie less, cabinets, aitls, asphalt
tile, etc.). The colorless routine kills
these peats. It's effective for months,
sanitary, and easy to oae.
S os. SRci pint 1.(9 at Bene Vista
Supermarket, and all local commissaries.
tURN OUT PERFECT PASrRy
If you have not tried Flako, you don't
know how quickly and easily you can
bake your own delicious pastry. With
Flako there's no measuring ... no weigh weighing
ing weighing ... no kneading. Juft empty a
package In a bowl, add water, mix and
roll outl In Flako, all the ingredients
for a perfect pastry crust have been
blended for you. This means you save
time-and you turn out the) tender,
nky, golden pastry you always wanted.
FLAKO th eompUf
fry Flakorn Corn Muffin Mix and
Vanilla Cup Cake Ml.
One Flako package makes a big family family-size
size family-size pie or lfi to 18 small tarts.
IS SO GOOD
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EAT IT MP
Here is another hand from the
Intercollgiates. This one is pri primarily
marily primarily a problem in defense and
East-West ar supposed te beat
the four-spade contract.
The correct defense is for East
to win the opening heart lead
with the king and lead back
diamond. South will play the king
or queen and it will be up to West
Eventually East gets in with the
King of clubs and leads a second
diamond. West now makes two
diamond tricks and beats the con contract.
tract. contract. i !-.ft' : ; -rrrrrrjj
There is one point of great In
terest in the defense and it con
cerns which diamond East should
lad. Normally with four cards
of a suit you should lead your
fourth best but this is one situa situation
tion situation in which the normal play is
East should lead the ight of
diamonds. It is much more im important
portant important that he tell his partner
that he does not hold a diamond
honor than that he tell him how
many diamonds he holds. Once
the eight Is led West should have
no trouble about playing low.
With a thre spot lead West
might go wrong.
it's a puzzlement, but in ifet
middle oi all th Eddie Debbie Lt
headlines, Miss Taylor telephone
suciiaru Aveoon from the '...
to ask him to air mail to her th.
negatives of every ycture he
er took of her and Mike T
She gave no clue as the wheiu,
she was going to make them in
to an album or burn them. Jvt.
ar Miles Davis is furious with
Columbia Records in general.
Mitch Miller in particular his
chief complaint beinti the wsj
Mitch allegedly is taking credu
for the successful album Mites
says he and Gil Evans dreamed
up by themselves with no help
from the bearded wonder.
Joel Gray's managers got him
out of an engagenvfrt at the
Bradford Roof in Boston so he
could aign for the part ot Laurie
in the CBS spectacular, "lilli?
Women". . .the ex-Mrs. Harry
Bridges would like to rsume with
him, chums hear. Since their di
vorce she s been married to (and
separated from) Julian Hicks of
New York. .Joe Louis doesn'l
appear to he depressed by his
now "official" break with Rose
Mbrgan. He has his choice of at
least two ladies who woul like to
succeed her as Mrs. L. one a
Pirrsburgh widow, the other a
More lovers of show tunes than
extroverted, jazz maniacs looked
for EUa FitzgeraldV introduction
of her Cole Porter, Rodgers and
Hart and Irving Berlin song books
at Carnegie Hall. Ella's appeal appeal-as
as appeal-as well as her 'repertoire expad expad-ed
ed expad-ed handsomely since those early
days of "A Tisket. a Tasket."
Movietown gossips are buzzing
about a feud between Billy Wild
er and Mitzi Gaynor. They say
the pretty star expected to get
the leading role in "Some Liate
It Hot." but Wilder unloaded her
when Marilyn Monroe became a
vailable. .Ingrid Bergman has
two hotel reservations In Hotly
wood, just in case one for Dec
15, the other for Feb. 15. The cot
luloid colony would love to wel
Danny Kaye isn't impressed with
the favorable notices on "Me and
the Colonel" his current venture
in a straight acting part. He's no
tified his producers he's had that
bit now he wants comedy again.
, .One of the major sports maga magazines
zines magazines is deep in the red. There's
a place called the Blue Rail, on
posite the Jamaica, Queens, rail
road station, where the featured
artist is Freddie Cole, billed on
the'windowi as fHt Cole's borth
Variety reported that rock'n'
roller Jerry Lee Lewis played to
only 400 fans at a Nshville,
Tenn., auditorium which seats
7,000. Less than a year ago who
drew 8,000 including those who
paid for standing room. Backers
of the show blame his marriage
!o 13 year old Myra Brown for
eakening his bobby -sox appeal.
Rex Harrison, vacationing from
the London version of "My fair
-adv. is making it the quietesj
of holidays. Neighbors qclose is)
lis Italian villa report the horns
In nightly t S . Gigi Durtton
once a vocalist at the Stork Clui
and headlined as Elliott Roose Roosevelt's
velt's Roosevelt's fiancee when his dad was
President of the United States,
returned to the local scene Sept.
16 at Number One Fifth Avenue.
The chap doing the heaviest
rooting will be wealthy Canadian
Jack franahan, former beau of
auch beauties as Tina Louise and
Juhe Newmar. .Those who ve
seen the musical comedy "Goldi "Goldilocks"
locks" "Goldilocks" in Phi!adlnhis rinnvt ,h..
one of the big flaws is the dlrtc-
turn ui star iMawe Mntch; thjy
say she simply isn't being allow allowed
ed allowed to be her dynamic self and
oddjy enough, she's behaving with
unbelievable dneiiitv m ti. k
-----J vii uu.
ry that snows th th;n ,..
. "- vi..., in, i 1W
...,., a3 personality.
i., t"", uor P m London
blush when they describe the act
she has scheduled for Las Vegas
this Autumn. They predict she ll
top the blue est material vcr
heard in that hmv .ui:.
- "".'J 111 Ul 1J1
town. .Cesare Siepi is denying
"", U1 romance with a ti titled
tled titled Viennese lady. She admired
him anrl ho il,..,,i,i
"-"UU"1 sne was
frightfully nice, and that about
: v""1 case anyone was
worried about the feud between
comedians Jackie Hannon and Lou
Holtz, they've patched it up.
Cary Grant may make as much
s $2,000,000 on his "Houseboat "Houseboat-deal,
deal, "Houseboat-deal, It s a delightful flicker, and
Sophia Loren's best acting job
to date. A i-t hi,,- n'f!! .....
reluctant to rent two floors of E-
v uaoor s sth Ave. town house
because he feared the decor
might Drov a charts tnn fI,
nine for his taste. But to his sur
mise tne quarters assigned to
him looked more sombre than the
Union 1, pa pun rink A u.
ed dozens of flowers to make it
2. .. ltractlve to lady visitors.
Tallulah Bankhead', new sw
Crazy October." will be the first
in Broadway history to give bill bill-ins
ins bill-ins to a skeleton Th ......
. ; a.-c inn ,i
of bones is slated to be listed in
the program as "Freddie the Skel Skeleton"
eton" Skeleton" when the James Leo Har Har-Uhy
Uhy Har-Uhy comedy arrives at the Alvia
t-The bidding has been
1 Double Pass
You, South, hold:
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What do you do?
A Bid two afdes. Tea ran
skew heart support later H nec necessary.
essary. necessary. TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner jumps to four
spades. What do you do now?
In Ken-L-Ration your dog geta appetizing flavorful
tender meat . full of the nourishment he needs.
Ken-L-Ration is packed under the most sanitary con conditions
ditions conditions and contains only the choicest cute and grades
of U. S. Government inspected meat. It provides your
dog with needed vitamins, proteins and minerals. Get
economical Ken-L-Ration today 1
Another Crosby To
Hear Wedding Bells
With Chorus Belle
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Philip
Crosby, 23 year-old son of crooner
Blng Crosby, plans to follow his
twin, Dennis, into matrimony soon
with a Las Vegas showgirl.
Bob Crosby, Philip's uncle, dis disclosed
closed disclosed that the couple would be
married after Sandra Drummond,
20, has taken instruction in the
Roman Catholic faith.
Young Crosby met the attsac attsac-tive
tive attsac-tive dancer at the Tropicana
where Dennis Crosby claimed an an-o:her
o:her an-o:her showgirl, Pal, Sheehan, as
his wife in a surprise ceremony
Philip said he planned to give
up school at Washington State
College, where he had enrolled
for the fall semester,. Is get a job
to support his wife.
The decision to put eff marriage
until Miss Drummond becomes a
member of ths Roman Catholic
Church would avoid the troubles
of Dennis and his wife.
They were married between the
acts at the Gratna Green wedding
chapel. Next day they found they
had been married by a Protes Protestant
tant Protestant minister and not by a jus justice
tice justice of the peace.
At er issuing a statement say saying
ing saying he was "sorry" for the "mis
take" Dennis said he hoped he
and Miss Sheehan, 28. mother of
a 6-year-old boy, could be mar
ried In the church later. They
now rs expecting the birth of a
Few women are able to accept
a radical change in fashion with without
out without fighting it for a while.
The average woman at first
views with alarm any new look
that heralds a decided change in
hemline, waistline or basic sil
As she thumbs through fashion
magazines and wanders through
the shops, she rebels against the
sudden change. Mentally she
clings to the kind of dotes she
has ben wearing, and tells her
self and her friends, "I can't wear
the new styles and I'm not going
to try. Why should I look ndicu
lous just to be in style?"
It's brave talk and the almost
managed to convince herselft tbjt
she has the caurage of her con
But while she is protesting and
holding back and making speech
es, the more fashion minded worn
en in her group are rushing in
to buy and be the first to wear
the "latest thing."
And then the fight is over. For
the average woman now be?''is
to feel frumpy in her old clothes.
She changes the hemlines to bnn
them more in line with the cur current
rent current fashion, moves belts, and
then sallies forth feeling a little
But still her clothes aren't quite
right. And the first thing you
know those clothes she was go
ing to cling to because they suit
ed her look strangely arid embar
rassingly old fashioned even In her
So the gets out the fashion mar
azines again, foes on a few more
shopping trips and suddenlv do
cides that the new look isn't so
bad after all.
Right then she is ready to fall
in line and she does. That's why
the fashion designers don't worry
much about the first indigmiiu
feminine reaction to the major
They knew they can depend on
the small group of women who
can't wait te wear the latest fash
inn to mike the average woman
of conservative tastes feel ton
spirnous in her last year s domes
' ' :5ngii
Girls 5, Boys 3
Girls outnumbered boys, 5 to
S, In the record of births report reported
ed reported by Coco Solo Hospital for the
week which ended at midnight
Wednesday, Sept. 10. During the
week's period, 75 patients wers
admitted and 59 discharged.
Parents of the girl babies are:
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Small Of
Colon; Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone
Williams, of Rainbow City; Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Cook of Colon;
Mr. and Mrs. Badger Chandler
of Fort Gullck; and Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Holder of Colon,
Parents of the boy babies are:
Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Bell of Co Colon;
lon; Colon; Sgt. and Mrs. James Loca Loca-shlo
shlo Loca-shlo of Fort Davis; ard Mr. and
Mrs". Prince Bowen of Colon.
AUTHORIZE SHARE ISSUE
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
SEC has authorized One William
Street Fuad, Inc. to acqui-e sub substantially
stantially substantially all cash and securities
of the Lsuetta Investment Co., a
personal holding company,
through the issuance of fund
shares at net asset value.
Help Yourself to
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Tear ekln has millions of aeree
Where farina hUa, eauatns Ith, pain.
".MS"i.CMi Msvckheaa. rinawerm,
etc. Ordinary remeSlea only alva mo momentary
mentary momentary rallaf baceuae they denTt ktu
the sr"i that are ti, real cause et
so many skin troubles. Nlxod.rm
kUla these senna aad Biakea your akin
ameerker, clearer, eafter and more
attractive. Ask (er Nlxerm at your
a mast or. teSay, and get rid of the
real eauae of your akla troubles.
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The juice, of I different garden garden-fresh
fresh garden-fresh vegetables are blended into
this famous drink. You'll love ita
lively flavor, and thrive on ita
Vitamin-packed goodness. At
mealtime or between meals V-l
give you the refreshment i
you want, and the nourish
ment you need.
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V. PAGE SRVW
THtRSDAT, SEPTEMBER II, 1958
whieh they enjjoyed frotul shop
' .j.iOic returning to Balboa.
Welcomed fit u;a,s.,
ar.du wss .its. fairies Mercer,
Officers' Wivat Enjoy
Outtof, Ta Atlantic Sid
An interesting and enjeyeb e
. ik. A,l,..,w. cir'.A uiit marl.
... .( w. niir hnL husliaiia U tuuuiu
JUebUay DY m.iuuei. i ...
rv Height Officrs' Wives Club, it., .s the. ww eaeciiuve officer
Army and Navy Officer' Wives tat Rodman Naval Station.
Uuos. The outmg, arranged by I
Mrs W. F. Rodimon, luncheon j Daughter Is tern
caai man, started at Balboa sta- T.nK Uurbsiw
.u. .-n.,n hnarripd th Announcement has Just been
r.AvrnAr'i Scooter for a visit ai
Gatun Locks and France Field.
They toured Coco Solo ana stop
tnari hn of th birth of a
oaue,!.:.' august 10 to Mr. and
Mr i-rank Durum, now residing
oed at the Breakers Club for cock-jta California. She has been na
tails before joining members of the
Ati.ntio -w.val Officers' Wives
Club for luncheon at the Panama
Yacht Club. Many of the ladles
had an introduction to Colon r
jog a bus tour of the city, after
fe ,rin Meredith.
Mrs. Durbln Is the former Don
naiK- i t'iMtet, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Myron W. Fisher of Pa
nama City, i'
Sidewalk Supers Getting Preview
Of Bridge To Reunite Continents
Natural history fans bm taken y
note that as wnue me o.if
Bridge takes shape the content
of North and South America will
be re united for uninterrupted
This has moved the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Natural History Society to
plan a meeting to give a prev ew
of the many and varied activities
that can be directed by local
"sidewalk superintendents" our
lngs the four year period of
While there were no vehicular
roads connecting the continents
when the Americans took over the
Canal project, historians agre
Sat he motto '-The Land D vid vid-ed,
ed, vid-ed, the World United," did spb
the continents for P o t e n 1 1 a
vehicular traffic that might roll
over an unbroken roadway.
Vehicles have always been able
to cross certain lock gates. And
the Miraflores bridge, when clos closed
ed closed might be said to unite the
continents. But the Balboa Bridge
WT give a firmly fixed roadway.
At the natural history meeting
next Wednesday the sidewalk
iViur men of the Panama Canal
..mnnanvg KnBinering Division I
who have had a prominnt part in
They are: R. H. Stewart, geolog
ist; a. K. Ward, civil enginer; C.
McG. Brandl, civil engineer; and
it u stuvpne sinirniral enaineer.
The meeting at the JWB- USO
buuuing, Balboa, will b called to
order at 8 p.m.
Members have been asked
to bring newcomers and other
guests to the meeting.
France To Take
PARIS (UPD Minister of the
interior Emile Pelletier said
yesterday the governmnt would
take extraordinary, security meas measures
ures measures to protect French citizens
against Algerian terrorists when
France and i s overseas posses
sions voted on tne new consuw consuw-tion
tion consuw-tion Sept. 28.
Pelletier did not reveal the
measures planned to be taken,
bu he said everything possible
would be done to insure thai as
main- SVanrh men as DO sible
would participate in th referen
dum on premie- cnaries ue
Gaulle's new charter.
"We will do our utmost to pre- j
vent Algerian terrorists irom com committing
mitting committing any violence. a. 'he polling
places, especially in Paris, Mar Marseille
seille Marseille and other big (owns," he
told a press conference.
He taid;,Mie campaign pi ler
lo Ccntsucl 7-Day
Series Of Services
For seven days, beginning to
morrow, the Bethel Mission
Dburch in Paraiso will be con
ducting missionary and evangel
Two outstanding clergymen, the
Rev. Ephrain Alphonse, deputy
chairman of the Wesjeyan Method
ist. British Confreace and the
Rev. Louis Fisk. director of the
t.n Ameriean-Institute will de
liver the missionary adoresses on
Friday at 7:30 p.m. and sunoay
at 3 p.m., respectively.
In a walk- un nffprina in the Sun
Hav aftprnoon nrnsram. the child
ren of the Paraiso and Parque
Lefvre Sunday scnoeis wui pre
sent their mite.' oiterings. ai
thic aarvira narpnts ire ciDPCial
ly requested to be with their
Among those listed to appear on
the program are the Kings Four,
the Mann Bible Institute of Pa
nama, the Baptist and Wesleyan
Churches of Paraiso, the Salem
Miction nf fnlnn and the. Naza
ren Christian Church of Rio Aha Aha-jo.
jo. Aha-jo. Items wlfl also be constributed
bv the Br I tel Mission Sun. school
of Parque Lefevre and the, Pa-
High School Freshman's Wardrobe
Could Break A Walk-In Closet
raisn Sunriav School
Following those two programs
and, beginning Monday night with
a youth rally, five nights of evan
gelist'e services will be held in
the church. There will be a dif
ferent preacher for each night.
Opened By AGFA
The German AGFA camera
and film manutacturlna repre represented
sented represented in Panama bv Vila Her Her-manos.
manos. Her-manos. has initiated a, photog photographic
raphic photographic contest for amateurs.
rThe,coajJt bejan Jfa&IJf
and will continue until Jan. 31.
1959. when a board of iudzes.
whose names will be announc announced,
ed, announced, will decide on the winners.
First prize will be a sold med medal
al medal and dinloma. plus a trlD to
Costa Rica with all expenses
paid for one week as uuest of
Laboratories de Agfacolor. In
addition, honorable mention
with medals and diplomas will
be awarded for the 50 best color
and black and white picture's.
Contestants mav enter their
nlctures at: Vll Hermanos. S.
A 9711A Mia Fttinnn- Orprha
nri Central Avenup; Movifoto, S. nounced that more than 12,000
A. Jnd at Forn Haleon. Addi- North Africans, had been "pro
tional lnformtion mav be ob- tectively arrested" since the Al
t.oined bv ea'Un l"!" 3-'gerian rebels arried the am
or writine to Box 72?., p8"- paign fo- independence to contin
ama. (Advt.) lental France on Aug. 25.
We jusP rceived a handsome
white ironstone chirta soud tureen
from friends in Camden. N.J. The
design is old-fashioned, but the
soups we serve in it are as mo
dern as tomorrow and as deueious
as grandma's best. We use frozen
Shrimo and Tomato Bewl Dtli
cat and unsual 2-(3 ervings)
One half ijedium tomato, chop chopped;
ped; chopped; 3 thin unions slices, Z table-:
spoons chopped green pepoer, 1-8
teaspoon leaf thvme, 1 tablespoon
olive oil. 1 can (10 ounces) frozen
condensd cream of shrimp soup,
I oun can water.
In saucepan, cook tomato, onion.
rpn nepner. and thvme in oil
until vegetables' re tender. AH
ovn nd water. Heat, stirring now
Cahbaaa ChowHsr (Sturdy-perfect
fr raveneus school boys and
jM) (2-3 servtnqs)
Two sausage links, sliced; 2
oblemoons chripned onion, 1 can
(10 1 3 ounce) frozerr coniensen
?reen pea with ham souo, 1 soup
pan wate1-, 1-2 run grated cab
bye, dash leaf thvme.
T anrenan liffhtlv brown SatlS
and onion. Add soup, water
' K ;;
(Editor's Note: Along with
vorvona alxai avar tha an o; Vi
we've always susptcted children
' have a wonderful disregard to
family budgott. To test- the
theory, a 14-year-old girl about
! 1o i.i ar Hi"u school A girl
! whose parents are NOT million-
airaft. wn aalamal what ska naad
td in the way of elethes en
much did they cost. Anne
j Bullwincklt, cutt end blonde in
I rl:..rt 4a kainn 14
By ANN! BULLWINK EL
NEW YORK tUPD You need
a lot of. clothes when you go lo
Most girls I know have 10 to 15
sweaters. 10 to 15 skirts, 5 parly
dresses 2 or 3 coats, and a jaeket
for school, another coat for dress
up, 6 pairs of slacks and JO pah-
ot Bermuda snorts.
Most girls wear sweaters and
ckirte in nlaee Tha awaatar ara
bulky with crew or V necks.
Sk;rts are medium length, usually
straight or pleasted but not full
Red is the most popular colur
for clothes this year, and char
- 1 a
coal is goon, wo, especially ior
You need loafers and gumdrops
(that's a slimmer, dressier version
of the saddle oxford) fir every
day and flats1 for parties they're
easier to dance in.
For narties we wear chemises
or dresses with full skirts.
We wear our hair m page boys
or short bobs, and not much
make up, just lipstick and light
Mnst nf n hn v mir elntha
right before school starts. We
have to get new clothes because
we outgrow them by the end of
Don't get a formal (own, unless
you know you're going to lots
of fancy parties. It s better to
urait and apa hnw thincs work nut
before buying one, I think. You
might want one strapless formal,
though. No black dress, at least
as a freshman. I don't want on"
My mother usually goes with
me when I shop. We usually agree
on most things, except one:
I wear things too tight that's
what wp Hnn'l aarpa on
I don't have a clothing allow
ance. 1 just buy if I see some
thin? I lilra
I don't know how much I spend
a year on uasic arm on-- a
boui 825, I guess.
rF.ri inte- ITPT rhaokarl utth
Mn Riiliaumlrla whn -;a "cu.
vuaavTAUAk, II ill ,'oni .llir
nas ino idea what her clothes
cost. She's not paying for them.
so aoesn i pay any attention. 1
figure we spend at least $125 a
lorm Tf uia'io IiiaIpv Anna I-
iw m. u it juviij, nunc iiti
a few things left over from last
year. I also watch sales to get
two items for the price of on,
and once in a while, I get thi
urge to make clothes. I don't let
her get anything so extreme in
style that it won't be good next
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STREET SCENE, LEBANON Traffic comes to a halt in this Beirut street as' autoists are
confronted with a picket line of iron spikes. In an effort to halt the recent wave of bombings
and other terrorism, the Beirut police chief decreed that most of the center of the city is
"off limits" to vehicular traffic.
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France orobably would reach its
climax on Sept. 28.
Freneh security forces mean mean-lime
lime mean-lime s'epped up the drive to round
up suspected rebel Moslem sym sympathisers
pathisers sympathisers in France's major cities.
Hundreds of Algerians were ar arrested
rested arrested yesterdsv in raids by oo
lice and Republican security
guards in Mariiques, near Mar Marseille.
seille. Marseille. Terrorists planted a bomb
in the Marseille police headquar headquarters
ters headquarters Monday.
Other arrests were reported in
simila- police sweeps in Bordeaux
and other bis ci'tes.
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bacon is slightly browned. Add
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now and then.
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Leads Cards To 5-3
Victory Over Braves
Based on 3(75 officii! at oats)
Editor: CONRAOO SARCEANT
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huccessiul Debut As Interim
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' By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Sept. 18 (UPI) Smilin' Stan
Hack is only minding the store for the St. Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals but he aims to show a profit just the same.
i Announced as tht Interim Braves' nine-hit attack that
r whim Fred Hutchinson
was fired yesterday, Hack made
a successful debut last night in
a 5-3 victory over the Milwau Milwau-v
v Milwau-v Rravps Hack's objective is
craves, jia.cn a uujcun i -"
to make un a 2Vi-game deflcit'high over the left field roof at
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i and beat out the Cincinnati Red-
I legs for fourth place.
The loss cut the Braves' first first-I
I first-I place margin over idle Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh to 5V2 games but their
magic number is still only three.
The Braves can cut it to two
when they play the Cardinals
again tonight and then could
clinch on Friday night.
Ernie Banks hit his 47th
homer to lead the Chicago
Cubs to a seven-inning, 6-2
victory over the Philadelphia
Phillies in the only other Na National
tional National League game. The De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers beat the New York
Yankees, 5-2, and the Boston
Red Sox topped the Kansas
I City Athletics, 4-2, after a 6-3
defeat in the only American
I Rookie Gene Green knocked in
two runs with a homer and a
triple as the Cardinals kayoed
20-game winner Warren Spahn
in six innings and handed the
Milwaukee southpaw ace his
11th setback. Green's fourth-in-
JlJJJnf JXUII1 I bU yt v.
a 3-2 lead and they added an-
.11. rir in tnp siYT.n on
r.,n'S trinl and singles by
Ken Boyer and Eddie Kasko.
Wes Covington smashed a
double and a single to lead the
SEC Has Authority To Ban Player
Without Interference From Courts
RiBMlNGHAM Ala. (UPI) I which he was found guilty by the
The Southeastern' Conference has (SEC) executive committee. This
ihority to ban a toomau piayer
wi'hout interte-ence iron ure
courts Circuit Judge J. Russell
M-Elroy ruled yesterday in the
celebrated case of Don Fuell.
McErloy said it was net with within
in within the court's .payer to order the
SEC to restore athletic eligi eligi-bility
bility eligi-bility of the highly-regarded back
who allegedly received guts and
favors to influence htm io enroll
a' Auburn. J j
McElrov said member schooW
of the SEC were under "no legal
duty" to competein athletic cn cn-tests
tests cn-tests and whether they shall cdm cdm-pe'e
pe'e cdm-pe'e "is a matter for decision
solely by the authorities of that
institution, completely free from
compulsion, interference, intru intrusion
sion intrusion or supervision by any court
in this country."
Fuell had asked for a writ of
mandamus to force the confer conference
ence conference to declare him eligible
The reputed offers to the
widely-sought youth led to three three-year
year three-year probation for Auburn by the
SEC and .the National Collegiate
McElroy said that because of
the "complete freedom" granted
educational institutions to take
part in sports, "the institution has
the right to specify the conditions
upon which it will agree to partici partici-pate...including
pate...including partici-pate...including specifications of
students' eligibility. ..regairdless of
whether the specified conditions -are
reasonable or arbitrary, just
or unjust, fair or foul."
The judge emphasized that his
ruling "neither decides nor im implies
plies implies that Donald Fuell is guilty
or innocent of the conduct of
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eventually chased Larry Jack
son. But Jim Brosnan came in
to hold the Braves hitless in the
Banks hit a two-run homer
Connie Mack Stadium. Philadel
phia. and rookie right-hander
Bob Anderson limited the Phil
lies to five hits for his third win.
Richie Ashburn was hitless in
two tries in the rainshortened
game and his league-leading
average dipped to .342.
Mickey Mantle hit his 41st
homer, a tremendous blast that
cleared the right field roof at
Det'it and was estimated at
500 feet, but Jim Banning held
the Yankees to only six other
singles for his 13th triumph.
Reno Bertoia knocked in threi
runs with two homers as the
Tigers dealt 21-game winner
Bob Turley his seventh loss and
took the season series, 12-10.
Mantle is the first player to
hit a ball over the right field
roof at Briggs Stadium since
Tiri Williams did it in 1939.
Bill Renna. subbing for Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, hit a two-run homer and
Don Buridin and Frank Malzone
also homered for the Red Sox,
who broke an eight-game losing
streak in the nightcap. Rookie
Bin rmuuuuucnc imutcu "ic
Athletics to six hits The Athle
tics won the opener on a grand
slam homer by catcher Harry
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POLE CAT "Sammy," the
firemen's pet, slides down the
brass pole at the first "Bong"
of the alarm bell at Fire Station
6, Long Beach, Calif. A home homeless
less homeless stray, the cat was adopted
by the station crew a year ago
and has developed into a top top-notch
notch top-notch "fire cat"
protection against punctures, blowouts & skidding
FIRESTONE WINS INDIANAPOLIS "500"
For the 35th consecutive time, Firestone tires were on the wlnninar car in the
famous 500-mile Indianapolis sweepstakes, when Jimmy Bryan won the 1958
race with an average speed of 133,791 MPH.
FIRESTONE WINS AT MONZA, ITALY
For the second straight year Firestone tires proved their extra strength and
stamina by winning at Monza, Italy, the fastest race in the world, when
Jim Rathmann set a' new world's record at 166,720 MPH.
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62 150 .338
111 190 .336
106 191 .332
Musial, S T.
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Runnels, Bos. 137 525 92
Williams, Bos. 119 381 73
Power, Clev. 136 555 94
Kuenn, Det. 129 521 68
Cerv, K.C. 132 483 90
Kaline, Det. 137 509 81
Minoso, Ciev. 140 526 88
Siebern, N Y. 126 432 76
Fox, Chi. 145 584 78
Colavito. Clev. 135 465 73
Giodman, Chi. 109 402 41
Jensen, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Banks, Cubs 188
Thomas, Pirates 108
H. Anderson, Phils 93
Cepeda. Giants M
Mays, Giants 91
Jensen, Red Sox
Top Pro Golfers
Tee Off In Rich
HESPERIA. Calif. (UPI) The
nation's top pro golfers gathered
at this man-made oasis on the
Southern California desert yester yesterday
day yesterday to take a whack at the $17,000
pot in the second annual Hesperia
The 72-hole event gets under
way Thursday and iruns through
Sunday with $2,000 at ihe end of
the rainbow for the win er.
On hand were most of the big
money-bags including Ken Venturi,
Arnold Palmer and Billy Casper,
Jill of whom are already in he
$30,000 bracket this yeai along
with defending champion Billy
Maxwell from Odessa, Tex.
Ventu-i, the young San Francis
can who turned pro only 20 months
ago and has bagged slightly more
than $60,000 in that time, is the
only pro to win four tournaments
this year on the PGA circuit. In
those four, plus prize money for
finishing up among the leaders in
other events, he has drawn down
a total of $33,055.
Old hands like Tommy Bolt, the
current National Open champion,
Lloyd Mangrum, Doug Ford, and
George Bayer, the 245 pound
"Babe Ruth" of golf, were ready
to take their best shots along with
the younger crop of stars such as
Dick Mayer, Dow Finsterwald, and
Tommy Jacobs, the 23-year old
swinger from Whittier, Calif., who
broke into the big money ranks
last weekend with a victory in the
In winning the first Hesperia
Open last year, Maxwell went 13
under par for a 72-hole total of 275.
Finsterwald took second with 277
followed by Ford, Palmer and
Venturi who were tied at 279.
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI) This was
just a month ago at the Old Tim Timers
ers Timers Day in Yankee Stadium and
the short, stocky man stood
around among the celebrities like
Photographers scurried around
snapping pictures and they looked
right through him. They were aft
TWO POINT SHOT Navy Center Bernie Devers tips m two
points in their defeat by the Albrook Flyers 116-53. Devers was
one of the standouts for Navy in defeat. The Flyers "Gene"
Austin and Lloyd Hopwood attempt to gain control of the ball
as Navy's Forward Don Jessen looks on.
Two Huge Question
By DAVID M. MOFFIT
ATLANTA (UPI) Two huge
question marks loom over the
Kentucky Georgia. Tech game at
Lexington, Ky., SaturOay night
the first Southeastern Conference
headliner for 1958.
Albrook Quintet Whips
Amador to Wrap Up 58
You name it and Emmett C;
ant did it Saturday, evening at lot
Fort Amador gymnasium leading
his team, the visiting Albrook
AFB Flyers, to victory over the
host Troopers 110-103 before a
howling-screaming standing room
Bryant, the classiest basketball
player in the league, hit 27 out
of 38 field goal attempts and 9 of
11 from the free throw line tor
TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY, Tel. 1-1501
er "names" like Ty Cobb, Rogers
Horsnby, Bill Terry, Tris Speak Speaker,
er, Speaker, Jo DiMaggio and Charley
But when the old Yankees and
the Red Sox of a decade ago car caricatured
icatured caricatured through a two-inning ex exhibition
hibition exhibition game, it was the bubble bubble-cheeked
cheeked bubble-cheeked George (Snuffy) Stirn
weiss who stole the show with a
fielding play right out of the past.
(jurnciai usaf rnoto)
First, are Kentucky's sopho sophomores
mores sophomores really as good as they ap appeared
peared appeared in the 51-0 rout 0' Hawaii?
Second, how well will Tech be
able to exploit its return to two two-platoon
platoon two-platoon football?
Tech coaches insist both ques questions
tions questions must be answered in the
63 points and repeatedly stole Wie
ball stopping amador drives.
The win virtually clinched the
1958 Panama Area Armed Forces
basketball championship for the
Flyers after several years of be
ing the bridesmaid but never the
The game, hailed by everyone
as the best game they had seen
this season, was close until the o
pening minutes of the fourth quar
ter when the Amador offense
seemed to collapse.
A hard fought first quarter, with
Bryant and Amador's pintsi.rd
scoring whiz Bobby Chnstopner
both hitting, ended with the Fly
ers on top 25-23.
The Troopers, although much
the second quarter. Jerry Putric
put the Flyer quintet even with
the Amador team 30-50 with a
one-handed set with just three
seconds to play.
In the third quarter, the Troop
ers played on near even terms
with the orange and blue shirred
Albrook quintet until thir out outstanding
standing outstanding rebounding ace Ray Craw Crawford
ford Crawford twisted an ankle and had to
leave the game. The winners led
at the end of 30 minutes of play
The Troopers completely fell a
part early in the final stanza aft after
er after a technical foul was called on
Christopher and the Anador coaeh
Ed Marshall removed him from
With Bryant scoring at will Ihe
Flyer pulled ahead 94-82. Christo
pher and Crawford, with a taped
ankle, entered the ga?!fe "with 5:
40 to play snd (he Troopers tried
to put on s winning rally in vain
Lloyd Hopwood and Patrie with
18 and 15 points respectively Sid Sided
ed Sided the Flyers scoring attack.
Christopher was high for the
with 39 points.
center Dick Po
It was his last time on e ball
held. For Stirnweiss was among
those killed Monday when a com
muter train plunged into Newark
Bay. Yet it s nice to remember
that last August the "quiet man"
made his place in the sun just
as be had done so often before.
Could Play Anywhere
Snuffy will not be remembered
as a great ball player, A brilliant
fielder, he accomplished his finest
feats during the war-time era.
Still, Joe McCarthy summed it up
one spring when he was asked
whether Stirnweiss could handle
"He can play it with his legs
crossed," McCarthy said gruffly:
"He can play anywhere because
he s ball player.
The son of a New York police
man of German extraction and an
Irish mother, Stinweiss was a bet better
ter better athlete than people remember.
He was one of the nation's top
halfbacks at North Carolina in
1937-39 and the 5-foot, 8-inch 180 180-pounder
pounder 180-pounder scored the East's only
touchdown in the East-West Shrine
A Solid Man
The Chicago Cardinals drafted
him but Stirnweiss, who gained
his nickname because be
"dipped" snuff to alleviate a si sinus
nus sinus condition, chose to accept a
Yankee contract. So he went to
Norfolk in 1940 and in 1943 went
up to the Yankees to sit in the
shadow of the flashy Joe Gordon.
Eventually he got his chance
and. while thev don't class him
with the Yankee greats. Snuffv
did a job. He led the league in
stolen oases in iU44 ana ia,
when he won the batting cham cham-nionshii).
nionshii). cham-nionshii). was on the All-Star team
in 1946 and in 1948 played a
stretch of 71 games in wmcn ne
handled 382 chances without an
error. He had onlv five errors
that whole season.
Stirnweiss was traded to the
Brown!, in 1950 and subsequently
wended his way down to the mi
nors, winding up as manager of
Binghamton of the Eastern
League in 1954. He gave it up to
go home to New Jersey and try
his hand at various businesses so
h could be closer to his six chil
As a ball player or a parent,
he was a solid man.
Yellow Jackets' favor. After
watching films of the Kentucky Kentucky-Hawaii
Hawaii Kentucky-Hawaii mis-match, they conclud concluded
ed concluded that Tech's B squad could have
romped over Hawaii.
The general feeling around the
Jacket camp, after three game gamelike
like gamelike scrimmages, is that platoon
football will be Tech's greatest
asset that the Jackeis will be
tougher both ways than they
would have been with players try trying
ing trying to play both offense and de defense.
Used Fifth Team
However, Kentucky Coach Baln Baln-ton
ton Baln-ton Collier realized Hawaii was
no test. He dipped into his fifth
team in an effort to keep the
score down to no avail. Tech
Coach Bobby Dodd has warned
the Jackets that Kentucky has a
rugged defense and a pair of fine
halfbacks in Bobby Craves and
Tech has known all along that
Cravens would be dangerous he
was No. 2 rusher in the SEC last
fall. Bird announced his presence
last week by scoring four touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns against Hawaii.
The only other intra-conference
game on tap this weekend match matches
es matches the Florida Gators and the Tu Tu-lane
lane Tu-lane Green Wave at Gainesville,
Fla. Florida is considered a dark
horse for conference honor. Tu
lane is tabbed for near or in the
The Florida line, one of the best
in the South last season, is re regarded
garded regarded by Coach Bob Woodruff
as even stronger this year. The
Gators are counting on that line.
a favorable schedule, speedy
quarterback Jimmy Dunn and
fullback Charlie Roberts for a
run at the conference title. Tu Tu-lane
lane Tu-lane has only four seniors and no
real standouts, although Quarter
back Richie Petitbon is highly
Fouir SEC teams go on the road
for non-league outings. Vanderbilt
will be at Missouri Saturdav af
ternoon. Saturday night. Georgia
and LSU will be in the Southwest
to meet Texas and Rice resoec
tively. Mississippi, one of the con
ference kingpins, will olav Mem
phis State in what appears to be
merely a waiyn-up for the Rebels.
Among the independents, Chat
tanooga will be host lo Jackson
ville State Fridav night and Flor
ida State will entertain Furman
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E.L. Patch Co. by acquiring for
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St. Louis 200 102 OOxs r n
Spahn (20 1 1 ) Tav MuL.
Jackson (13 12). Rm an an
Only games scheduled.
As Flyers Win 116-53
The Albrook Flyers waltzed to
their 13th PAF win 14 starts at
their home court last night, de
feating a game, but outclassed
Navy by a 116-53 score, and in the
p r o c e s s, surmounting: t n e
"century" barrier for the fifth
time this year.
Big gun for the Albrookites was
their sensational AU-PAF' guard
"Eminent" Emmett Bryant, who
Alonq The Fairways
MADELON GARRETT SUMMIT
HILLS WOMEN'S HANDICAP
Madelon Garrett was crowned
the Summit Hills Golf Club's
1958 Women's Handicap Cham-
Dion when she defeated Pearl
Trim 6 and 5 yesterday after
Playing one of her finest
games of the summer, Miss Gar Garrett
rett Garrett shot a 42 on the front nine
to lead by four hi gholes at the
Mrs. Trim, one of the five low
est handicap women golfers on
the Isthmus today, was not able
to cope with Miss Garrett's
game and the handicap allow
Miss Garrett won the beauti
ful silver cocktail shaker, while
Mrs. Trim had to settle for a
silver water pitcher.
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Burdette, Braves 18 10 .643
Purkey, Redlegs 17 10 .630
Hobbie, Cubs 10 :625
Friend, Pirates 21 13 .618
Turley, Yankees 21 7
McLish, Indins 15' 7
Ford, Yankees 14 7
Pierce, White Soz 17 10
Delock, Red Sox 12 8
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Burning nct Wilson.
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Dgl 0m, Sisler, Wall and
Herbert (8-7) and Chiti.
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Monbouquette (3-4) and Berber Berber-et,
et, Berber-et, Garver (12-11), Gorman and
Baltimore at Chicago
Only gajnes scheduled.
accounted for 58 points to out out-score
score out-score the entire Navy Squad.
Bryant's performance boosted his
season game scoring average to
an astronomical 41.6 figure.
Bryant's stellar mates, especial especially
ly especially Lloyd Hopwood who hat, for 20
markers, and Gerard Patire and
CenerLon Stephenson j who hit
for 14 and 11 respectively, made
the contest strictly i warm up
for the Flyers.
Flyers Coach Lew Shealy subs substituted
tituted substituted freely throughout the con contest
test contest in handing the Navy forces
their worst defeat of the year. :
Only bright spot for Navy was
the 26 markers posted' by their
player-coach, Ray Nesbitt. Center
Bernie Devers was the only
other Navy eager hitting the cords
for 11 piints. The Navy squad
definitely was hurt by the loss of
their Star euarH Malt Jnh nonn
who reportedly has given Bp the
squK im uie remainoer oi vne
The Fivers have virtnallv luran.
ped up the PAF crown. Their
nusuing souaa "wmtewashed
the boards in the NaVy victory.
The team it ramnllv hill inn .1
a 93.5 average per contest, while
limiling the opposition to an even
74 points per game.
Halftime Score: Albrook 58-55
Officials: Hilzinger and Pellt-
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Alabama's Crimson Tide
Is Building For Future
By BILL TOMS
All 64 prospects reporting fji
fall practice were recruited under
USCALOOSA, Ala. (UP!i -A the regime of former town J B
ama is buUding for th future Ears)( Whitworth and it will
i new football coach Pul another couple of years beior,
ir Bryant hopes the afiiroat the magic of the Bryant nam
p looking that way while he shows up in this form of red clad
s some -starch ti the limp youths on the gridiron,
mson Trtff. ihows up in lbs form of red-clar.
! youths on the gridiron,
he former Texas" A and Rut the schedule is aamewhat
nior returned to his alma ma g0er, with Fur man spotted o
last winter to inherit a squuJ
t won only four games over
part three seasons after years
a kingpin of the tough South
n Rprar was a major league
cher for 15 seasons, ending in
, and while he wasn't a bril bril-it
it bril-it player he certainly i
'illiant." Moe spoke nine lan lan-tees
tees lan-tees and long was noted as
eball's most erudite figure. He
yed more than 100 games only
e in his long career nut never
ked for a job. He caught for
White Sox, Sena ors, Indians
I Red Sox from 1926 through
9 and le t baseball in 1941 for
ret assignments in World War
kvhich he nver discusses.
Whatever happened to Moe
rg? Now 56, Moe s ill is a bach
tore the annual bloodletting with
Tennessee and Memphis state l."
fore the Auburn game and hope
dies hard in alumni.
The most vocal old grads like
to point out that Bryant succes
sively raised Maryland, Kentucky
and Texas A and M off th?
floor before moving his talents
here, turnins the trick at Mury
land and Kentucky in his first
It took the personable native oi
Fordyce, Ark., two years to
make a winning aggregation of
the Aggies, but ha produced the
Southwest Conference champ in
his third season.
Bryant s first look at the squid
came in spring practice where he
made 12 position shifts in an er
fort to bolster weak spots and de
clafed every position wide opn
His businesslike practice session
exacted their toll in the first
week of fall drills with about 20
opDin" rrom the souad, includ
r living in Newark, N.J:, where !" veteran quarterback Bobbj1
oracnces law and looks atter sxeiton. mat leu uouny jacason,
me of my interests abroad." 'Bobby Smith and converted half
back Gary OSteen, all holdovers,
or quarterback. But at th kej
oost, the skill and take carge a a-oility
oility a-oility needed is still missing.
Hop M Halfbacks
Duff Morrison, a 1957 redshirt,
has taken over one halfback post
and mav be a comer. Mack wise
another redshirt with good speed,
heads the group at the other nair.
Red Stickney, a hard running
180 pound youth from Key West
Fla., appealed to be the front run
ner for fullback until ousted by
another of Bryant's shifts in so
phomore guard Milt Frank.
Up front, Bryant has moved end
Buddy Wood to center to bolster
the linebacking, another weak
point. Four capable veterans hold
down me eno. 'lam
One of the real line stars may
be tackle Dave Sington, son of
forraerTide All American rrea
Sington. His brother, Fred Sing
ton Jr., IS aiSO Darning ior a
sent 77 Louisiana State at
Mobile; uct. 4 vanaerDui a pu
mingham; uct. n rurman nere,
tort. 18 Tennessee at Knoxviuc:
rM wsMisisinDl state i
Starkville; Nov. 1 Georgia here;
Nov. 7 Tulane at jnbw uneans,
Nov. 15 Georgia Teen at Atlanta-
Nov. 2 Memphis State hove,
Nov. 29 Auburn at Birmingham.
To Begin IL Final
k'S UP TO CASEY: For the
time since the nj id of man,
id or mouse runnetu not to the
kirary, the pncemakers are
king the Yankees for the un
doe role m a World ttertes. ttca
Is: The Braves appear th poss
more solid pitching; tne1 two
t games are to be played in
raukee. All Casey Stengel has
do to get a renewal of his $80.
contract (plus bonus) is to say
word. Messrs. Topping, We-lw
ei'ss want th erudite lip
-t back. Our spies report tlv
; lave nrtuh stiix Maran ex
ble ... arid only a Jew short.
aCTo they were saying he
(i t win the pennant for ther.i.
Hurler Jim Owlns Ifiat 1100 Scores
ppinin PhillifllSJ In Venezuela Pace 1
IWIVIM I I"" I
PHii.AnFT.PHTA (UPIi Jim Fiat M0 recently scored a
Owens, righthanded pitcher, re-, big ic(y at Venezuela's Lea
joined the Philadelphia Phillies to- Pracarat circuit. The raca was
wrtMrruwAT. ant 1H fUPI) dav after serving two years in i tha result a challenge by Rf-
Montreal manager Clay Bryant nuuurj server.
naolt agents against aN Euro-
SiZTot Owens, 23. is on terminal leave! Tha Fiat was drlvan by Oul Oul-.fiLT!
.fiLT! Oul-.fiLT! f2.Bir.v5 from Fort McPherson. He came, do Lallebrigida at an avar.ga
luruiuu "'T;;pnti7,, up with the Phillies two years ago speed at n a.p.n. in. ra
opener of the International K imDressive showing with was attended by the Frasioant
League's final playoffs.
Rain forced postponement of
the first name and gave tne
Royals a one-day respite after
their seven-game semi-final se-t
ries with Columbus, which end-
ed here Tuesday.
Asked if he felt the postpone postponement
ment postponement would result in any chang
es, Toronto manager Dixie walk walker
er walker said he would stick with
Blake, who was scheduled to
pitch last night.
"But you can bet your life
Montreal will make some chang changes,"
es," changes," he said.
And Bryant did that, substi substituting
tuting substituting 21-year-old southpaw
Oiallombardo for Bob Darnell.
Giallombardo, bothered by a
sore arm since, his brief stint!
with the Dodgers this year, has
a 12-9 record for the season.
Blake won nine and lost six.
The second game of the series
will be played here tomorrow,
then the scene will shift to. Toronto.
of the In'.ernatinnal
of tha Vermuelen Government
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOURI
fhe BIG ironing
oi'd In the Utile box.
WATER SKIER Frank Hlrt. president of the Panama Ski
Ckib, cuts the waves wniie practising tot tne sept. 28 water
ski marathon from Taboga Island to tne "Club de Yates y Pea-
ca" In Panama City. The Balboa resident has been skiing for
ed Nations at Jack Kelly's came-
lv seashore course. Handicaps are
boob traps. If you must p I a : y
them, play the lightweight. At
least you've got a pil?e going for
you. Don t Jet anyoooy you
Round Table was catching Clem
at the finish. Over the last lth
he didn't gain a foot oh Mrs. Adde
Rand's handsome, hard-hitting
gamester, no matter how it may
have looked on your TV set. The
weight, plus the scorching pace,
had left Round Table gasping
MR AN pABLE: TV ad-
xWm tojknQw that
i-1? the moon is not a pnysi
tor an adult 'western
'w as the current craie does
the hoop skirt, connois
0 the well turned ankle car.?
long the nonsen lasts
Tirpo's ring .imm s lit v ;s
01 the fact that, 3p yearns
a knocked Uempsey out m
,4 at the Polo Grounds. Wha
iians fall to mention is that
Ttld not have happened if
'vwzr rope had been t'?h'iy
Instead, it sagged lo(se
1 offered no support to Demp
'-. backward momentum. As a
v. one of the most lopsided
-nplonships in history was spur
iposed into a melodra
C epic of enduring awe.
; ;rT,OtlsTERS: The bell
tain at the hotel where we stay
' -.nft City rast week was
'f 'y proud of his son, Un
-iAn amateur boxing. But as
v is orilv 14 and boxes in the
'.Te'jbt division it may be
A 's not ciurte ready for our
ry weight champion. pin.ky
".e. Midwest promoter cap
'$3 the recent Patterson Harris
?H best: KFirst time I ever saw
n amateurs go 12 rounds." Pow
'' Wtn don't always win batting
is. The Phils' Richie Ashburn
onlv three home runs, won
oo ann,ioiiowing a sunuoi
wi. is now in the process of re
atins. Last time we looked his
pme run total was a monument
two. Still, ir memory servrs
tnoklyn's Zach Wheat didn't hit
.. I .111 i-U. VkA fnnnarl iha
iy HI Mil U1C JCfll lie lupjreu m.
BOOBS AND BETS: Two week
knd running champion horses at
Ms on were baten on the scales.
illant Man (1341 was handicp
led out of the money Jh the Syson
tr at Belmont, and last Saturday
lound Table (130) was a stopping
lecond to Clem (113) in tne vrm
TH? SHOB FIT; Sometimes
it's profitable to get caught in the
switches. If he had been available
earlier, Willie Shoemaker would
hve ridden Round Table. When
bis, schedule, he accepted 1 he
mount on Clem and fattened hia
bankroll by $6500, 10 percent of
the winner's nurse. Jack Fitzcer
aid, who has been around racing
longer than horses, tells us Shoe
maker got a break m still anoth
er respect. If Conn MoQSeary or
his agent hadn't declined an invi
tation to ride Clem in Wra-io a
week" ago the mount wn" have
been his. Clem won that; with
Johnny Sellers up ... But cSellers,
owinj to a prior commttmni
couldn t make the united Nations
The way the cards finajly fe'l, it
was a perfect fit for the shoe.
Mai Anderson Sole
Aussie Player left
In Pacific Tourney
LOS ANGELES (UPD-The sur surprise
prise surprise loss of U.S. singles cham champion
pion champion Ashley Cooper left Mai An Anderson
derson Anderson today a the sole repre repre-nintivft
nintivft repre-nintivft nf tenius-proud Australia
in the Pacific soutnwesi iourn-
beaten Tuesday by
19-year-old Chris Crwford Pied
mont, U1U., ;0, a-a, i
major upset of the tournament.
The Wimbledon champion, favor favoring
ing favoring an ankle he injured in the U.&.
finals at Forest Hills. 10 days ago
ua AfAiim an firrpnint? bvC.
U0U USTTM "t 1
Anderson, finalist at Fertst
Hills, disposed Of Kooeri re.iy,
Los Angeles, 6-z, a-o, vu.
Aussies defeated, in addition to
rinrawr were Neale Firaser,
stopped by Jon Douglas, former,
Stanford footballer, 4-6, 6-4, 6-1;
nnhow Marks, beaten Dy uon
feeU.Bethesda, M4, 15 13, 6-1, and
Six New Coaches Will Serve
On UPI Grid Coaches Board
ON THE HALF SHELL: There's
also a rising clamor for the re
sianation of Fred Hutchinson: the
Cards manager, and, as far
we know, he hasn't a vicuna coat
to his name. Even if Charley Cne
our new amateur golf champion
does play the game better, flier
no reason to believe he can make
more headway in the Quemoy si
tuation than Ike.
Being an old fogey, we nevpr
were convinced the Debbie-Eddie
idyl would replace Rtnco and Ju
liet anyway ... We are distress?,
to hear that much or rthe money
Rocky Marciano made raising
cauliflowers on opponents' e.irs
has been lost in raising potatoes
Each to his own, and how about
your skis Need waxing
' I, : 1,1 .-
omen Register For
Mat Piloting Class
Sixtv nine men ana women r
istered last night in Balboa for a
ee course in small boat piutin;
The nleastire tsont enthusiasts n
fcd the lecture room of the Pans
In a Canal Training Center to ca
acity to sign up for the ten ses
r.n nro'Tani unoer snorsors'" r
he local unit of the United SU'e
l'3ffm No. 8
Team No. 1
Team No. 6
Team No. 4
Team No. 2
Tiinir iflin Knee u nioea to
Budge Patty,' Los Angeles, 6-4, ;B4.
Player 01 The Day
iv-nt Law's seventh victory of
the season over the Yankees bodes
no good for the American League
champions in the Worid .Series.
The Detroit right-hander falls
into the Pitching pattern as
Milwaukee's Lew Burdette, ac
cording to many DaseDau men. n
doesn't overpower the hitters with
his fast ball, nut ne nas an excel excellent
lent excellent slider and sinter the two big
pitches Burdette also relies on.
T .nrv Hera me the first nitcher in
the modrn era to beat the Yanks
seven times in one season luesoay
when he limited them to three hAs
in a 4 2 victory. Tne victory was
Lary's 16th of the season ana
brought his lifetime recoru agamsi
the Yanks to 16-5.
unry Known pucner j nve ut uttered
tered uttered Lary's mwk was Ed Walsh,
who posed a 9-1 record against
the Yankees in 1908.
RED BANK, N.J. (UPI)- A
Requiem Mass will be offered at
St. James Roman Catholic Church
Friday morning for George (Snuf (Snuf-fv)
fv) (Snuf-fv) S irnweiss, former New York
Yankees' infielder who died Mon Monday
day Monday in the wreck of a Jersey Cen Central
tral Central commuter train.
Rev. Joseph Shehan, an Army
r.haniain at Ft. Slocum. N.Y., and
a boyhood pal of Stirnweiss will
be the celebrant. Father Shehan
den uied Stirnweiss oouy aiier
wasjocated in the, raised second
conch of tne aeaw iram mesaay.
Stirnweiss is anrvived by his
wife, Jane, and six children.
NEW YORK UPI)- Six new
coaches will serve on the 1958
United Press International foot football
ball football Coaches Board, which wilt
! begin rating the nation's college
football teams weekly after games
of Saturday, Sept. 20.
As in the past, five Outstanding
coaches from each of the seven
geographical sections of the coun
try will make up the board.
Their ratings have become recog-
mzeu generally as me mosi au
thoritauve in college football.
In addition to the five new
board members, two old. board
members shifted to new sections.
The new board members are
George Dickerson of UCtA; Marv
Levy of New, Mexico, Ben Mar
tin of the Air Force Academy,
Ray Nagel of Utah, Harold La
har of Houston and Jim Myers of
Tezas A. & M.
Baa D I a a a Ti ia Amiu i
JKXWbfrm ibo.ua "Ar
kansas last, year, shifted to Kan
Sas, where he succeeded Charles
Mather, while Jack Curtice went
from Utah to Stanford, where he
took over from Charles Taylor.
Dickerson succeeded the latei
Henry (Red) Sanders, 'vermSle
over from Dick Clausen, Martin
replaced L. T. (Buck) Shaw.
Nagel filled the vacancy caused
by Curtice's shift, Lahar at Hons
ton becomes a member of the
Southwest board to take Mitch Mitchell's
ell's Mitchell's place, while Jim Myers suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded Paul Bryant at Texas
A. & M.
The first of the 1958 ratings will
be released to afternoon new?-
oapers of Tuesday, Sept. 23. As
in past' seasons, the ratings will
be released alternatively for
Tuesday morning and Tuesday
Rate Top 10
Each of the 35 coaches will
rate the too 10 teams each weak.
Their selections are used only to
reach a consensus and never on
an individual basis. Points are
awarded on the basis of 10 for a
first place vote, nine for a second
and so on down to one for a lOtn
This will be the eighth season
the nation's foremost coll u c
coaches have rated the teams for
United Press International clients.
The board crowned Oklahoma the
champion in 1950 and again in
1955 ad 1956; Tennessee in. 1951
Michigan State in 1952. Marvlam
in 1953, UCLA in 1954 and Ohio
State last year.
United Press International again
will award a permanent trophy to
the football! team chosen by the
coaches as the best in the lam
Here' by sections are the
coaches who comprise the lft.B
united Press International foot
ball coaches rating board:
Richard Colman, Princeton; A)
do (Buff) Donelli, Columbia; Ed
die Erdelatz, Navy; ; G e o r j p
(Lefty) James, Cornell; Jo"fin
yff Midwest 5
Bofn Dobbs. Tulsa: Bui
Jennings, Nebraska; Bus Merfes,
Kansas State; Jack Mitchell, Kan
sas; Charles (Bud) Wilkinson,
Terry Brennan. Notre1 Dame:
Hugh Dasgherty, Michigan State;
Ray Eliot, Illinois; Forest Eva
shevski, Iowa; Woody Hayes,
Len Casanova, Oregon; Jack
CXURTICE, Stanford; George Jick-
ersoB, UCLA ; Jack Myers, col
legie of Pacific; James OKGT
Marv Levy, New Mexico; Ben
Martin, U. S. Air Force Aiademy;
Ray Nagel, Utah; John Roning,
Denver; Dallas Ward, Coldrado.
Bobby Dodd, Georgia Tech;
Andy Gustafson, Miami; Franj
H'gooO K:EMSON: Billy Murray,
Duke; Bowden Wyatt, Tennessee.
Sammy Baugh, Hardin Sim Simmons;
mons; Simmons; Harold Lahar, Houston;
Bill Meek, Southern Methodist-;
Jim Myers, Texas A. & M.j
Darrell Royal, Texas.
Caotaln John M- waters, head
incl suun-ron. ext'ldne
the oreanlzation and its p'.'r
lo:-s and history. Loron B. B u
ham, chairman of the Weal board
f admissions. iesef ben the rn i
Ing course and accepted the rt-histrations.
The evenlneN oroiram concluri
lad with light refreshments provid
led by the ladies of the local
Clashes will start next Tueaaay
bvening in the Training Outer
Thdi No. 3
The white wash .brush was wield
ea by ream no. 8 and ann.io-
to last year's chamos. Colonial In
surance. Team No. 8 had the only
scores over 600 by a man an
over 500 by a member of the
"weaker" sex; Earle Best, fi08
and Murrell Mitchusson, 517. For
Colonial Insurance, Bob Tolanci
scored. respectable 552.
Tahiti Jawelars 2
Team No. 4 1
Bill Jamison, 574; Ed Kunkr
551; and Marge Hicks, 490, wer
to much of a natch for Ten
No 4 and walked off with a twe,
point win. Pepe Damian score
582 to Lead Team No. 4.
Team Nik. SpaldinB 1
Team No. 0'liai! too much con
sistency and scored a two to on
win over last years' ce lar dwe1
lers. Snaldlng. ceor, c Folger. Sr
and Gcoree R'lay, 581, led thei
CINCINNATI (UPI) Duke
Snider of the Los Angeles Dodgers
escaped serious injury when he
hit on the rieht ear by a line
drive off the bat of teammate
Frank Howard in the ntehtcap of
a doubleheader with the Cincinnati
Redlegs Tuesday night.
Snider was runninc UP the lint
from ihird base in the fifth in in-nlns
nlns in-nlns when he was struck. He suf suf-'ered
'ered suf-'ered slight bleeding and swelling
-rouM the ear but the injury was
described as not aerious.
STRANG I PLACES
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. NF.( Aj
Rip Engle, Penn State coach.
switched Charlie Ruslavatff from
center to guard, Bill Wehmer
om tackle to cu ird m Man
?e ''chteicher from fullback to
Wagering On US Football
Rivals Betting On Ponies
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI)-A Metro
politan Opera singer was on the
poht an Opera singer was on the
hook with a football bookmaker
last fsll when he called to make
"Wait a filnuta '' quote the.
bookie. "You already owe me
That s okay. Don't worry,
worried the singer. "I'll get pas
Even making another bet, he
ivasnt sure he was ever goinj: to
-jet even. So he was ftnurinf; on
-igning his way out of that touch
But it all goes to point up the
'act that wagering on foofViaM Vm
lecome a business to rival the
-ionies. at least durin? the to or
i.l week pigskin period.
Touting Services Booming
This bookmaker bonanza has
ilcveloped another form of bust
ness which is booming. This is
the tip sheet service and you can
eei guaranteed, em encen, in
side information" for anywhere
from 13 to $10 a week.
These outfits have sprung v t-.
fGN LANGUAGE Defending
e America's Cup against the
British challenger, Sceptre,
Briggs Cunningham, Columbia's
helmsman, makes with the well well-known
known well-known victory sign.
Along The Fairways
The Fort Davis Gttlf Club has
announced plans for a four hall
tournament to be held Saturday
Sept. 20. All Isthmian golfers are
eligible to enter and compete r
prizes which will be awarded e
winning foursome of each U
Tee-off time will be 8:30 a m.
Golfers may enter the tournev nr
get further information by calling
in-iW) at f ort uavis.
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Detroit, Minneapolis and Cincin
nati. There are others whlcn
operate from the relative privacy
of such spots as Huntington W.
va., Mansfield, Ohio, and San
The majority of football betting
is on parlay cards where, let's
say, if you pick four out of four
you are paid 10 to one. Five out
of five pays 25 to one, etc. Then,
too, there is a point spread. In
other words, if you pick Notre
Dame over Siwnsh Tech, you
must give 65 points or take Si
wash Tech with 65 points.
I. It I lU. I
If it comes out a tie. unless yo
have designated it as a tie yon
lose. This is what is known .v
part of the bookie's edge. And,
it lust one of tne games you nave
selected happens to go the other
way you are what is familiarly
known as a dead duck.
So if football wagering is your
dish, keep it on the light side
where you won't wind un singihr
"Pagliacci" to "get out." Nobody
ever sot fat on pigskin roulctt"
and the increasing number of
nuts should oe enougn evioence
ill the major cities, such as New u it worked for sure, why do you
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Ambassador Jacob Beam and Com i
rminist Chinese Ambassador wan;
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WASHINGTON (UPT) Civil
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today they have found no evidence
of sabo'age in the crash of a Pan
Americon airliner in the Pacific 1
last Nov. 8 in which 44 person.
'hey inade thtf statement when
asked about a convrishtmi tnrv
in the San Francisco Examiner
Tuesday that an insurance com company
pany company has refused to pay a $20,-
""u iruucy on mm me William
Payne, a passenger) on the plane.
The newspaper said th refusal
w" based, among other 'reasons,
on the fact that Payne's body was
not recovered and there was no
proof he was dead.
It said he was known to be
heavily in debt, and had taken
out three life insurance- policies
totaling $145,000 in the two weeks
before the plane left San Fran
ciscO for Honolulu.
ine Examiner added that!
rayne was a farmer Navy "frog "frogman"
man" "frogman" and demolition expert.
A CAB eXDert told United Pro
International that loboratory ex examination
amination examination of pieces oft he plane's
wreckage ruled out "a bomb ex ex-plosion
plosion ex-plosion of any kind" within the
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
In the matter of the estate of Sua.
sell W. Demers, Deceased. No. 9S01,
Notice of Tune Set for Proving Will
and Hearlnr Application for Letters
nuticsJ is hereby given that a fce fce-tltion
tltion fce-tltion for the probate of the ,wlll of
Russell W. Demers, deceased: and for
the Issuance of letters teatamentarv to
Rosalie Demers was filed in this Court
on August 27. 15, and that September
25. 1958 at o'clock a.m., In the Court Courtroom
room Courtroom of this Court at Ancon, Canal
Zone, has been net for the hearing of
said petition, when and where any
person Interested may appear and con contest
test contest tile same, and shov pane. If m
why said petition should not be grant granted.
ed. granted. Dated at Ancon. Canal Zone, this Au-
Sara de la PeAa
Cleric of Court
By Lois K Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk of Court
'Till 8 P.M.
LEAVE YOUR At WITH ONE OP OU
INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONES-Ne. 3
BARD O No
2B "B" Street a MORRlSON
a r ARMAC1A LUX 184 Central Avenue
FARMACIA VAN DER-J1S 50 Street No.
A THIS Beside the Bella Vtste Theatre
FOR SALE : Pontiac "Eight".
1955 two dear hardtop Catalina.
Leather upholstery. Excellent
condition. $1175 and can be
financed. May be seen at Hotel
El Panama garage.
FOR SALE : 1 958 Ford fairies
"500", 4 door, hardtop, fully
powered, all extras. Phone Al Al-ferook
ferook Al-ferook 16-4245
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1956
Forder sedan, clean, ona owner,
call Balboa 2 242 after 5.30
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick hard
top coupe, dina power streerlng,
power brakes, radio, ww tiros.
$1600.00, $535.00. down 24
months to pay. See Jack Weir,
Smooth & Paredes.
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-
FOR SALE: 1 949 Nash, call
Balboa 2-W7 after 4.30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford, hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, good mechanical, interior,
exterior condition, call 86-6124.
FOR $ALE: 1956 Fardematic
Station Wagon. Good condition.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth na nation
tion nation wagon, excellent condition.
New tirei, telephone 3-1505.
FOR SALE: Buick 1955 taupe,
two., door, nitcnllent condition,
duty paid, air conditioned new
white-wall tires. May be, seen
house No. 405 A neon, Tivoli
Ave. Phone, Balboa 4477.
FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury Cus Custom
tom Custom station wagon. $1,50, au automatic
tomatic automatic transmission, power
brake, power steering, now tires,
radio, boater 24,000 miles, ori-
ginal owner $800. Finance the
rest. Call Navy 3677 after 4 p.m.
Beauties 3 Gutter Gait 1
Th Guttr Gals launched them them-selvesi
selvesi them-selvesi n the win column bright
and early, but when the Beauties
were wide awak it was the down downfall
fall downfall of Gutter Gals. The Beauties,
especially those who were award
ed eenerous handicaos t o s s d
games better than their averages,
and secured three points for the
Bp a ulics.
Jean, Saylor contributed 514,
Daphne Bauer 522, and Thelma
Fussell 542. For the unfortunate
Gutter Gals, nary a soul reached
the mark, but Bee Ballard had a
One Eye Open 3 Broadsides 1
TheOne Eye Open quintet, join joined
ed joined the overcrowded first place hy
droppin. onlv one point to the
Broadsides. The teams evenly
matched nrior to the contest, but
the One Eyes just were too much
in turee of the four points
The honor roll for both team
was of the same number, namdy
three gals. Those of the One Eye
Ooen grouo that made it were
Marcella Pluckee with 534, Nan cy
McKray 502 and ditto for Ani Anita
ta Anita Passons. The Broadside dames
that stood out were Mabel Leslie
with a 552 fieur and Dottv Grud-
up 52S and Betty McLoud 504.
Martians 3 Rotes 1
The Martians landed on lanes 1
and 2 at Clavton and smothered
the blooming Roses for all but one
point, and this latter ooyvt was
obtained with the help of 43 sticks,
per game, and the second game
was decided by 37 so the 43 oins
were important. Three of the Mar
tians. maidens made the 500, Thel
ma Gullbert 550, Charlotte Dodson
508 and Erna Foster 524. The Ros Roses,
es, Roses, Helen Struter and Wallv Mor Mor-"an
"an Mor-"an blossomed out with 509 for
Helen Struter and Walty Morgan
blossomed ot with 509 for Helen
and Wally 52T.
Lucky Draarrtsre 9 Ally Cats 4
The Alley Cats were full of fight fighting
ing fighting spirit, clawing and scratching
for every pin. Thy barely won the
first one by 17 sticks and in the
second it was slightly easier with
29 pin advantage. By that time
the Lucky Dreamers realized that
dame fortune, and Slumberland
failed them, so they went out on
their own, but got clobbered by
Ann Hill had pleasant dreams
with a cascad of 516 pins flowing
"in the pits. Mary Lund and Burt
Wad were the Kittens o( the
Lanes that caused the most dam damage
age damage with 519 and 517 sets.
AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13 -37 "H"
Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central
- 4th of July Ave. J St. a LEWIS SERVICE Ave.
HOlisriHULU MUUNia J. rro.
S3 o FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parq
COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amador Guerrero No. 14.221.
CONVENIENT TO CANAL
-For Cut Flowers, Bouquets,
Wreaths, Potted Plants. Call
2-4989. Or Visit SARITA'S
Next rear entrance Central
Theatre) Calls Estudiante 124
FOR SALE: Kehler light plant
1 Vk Kw-Oc. with small electric
motor, both for $170.00. Write
Box 1892, Balboa.
Sunbeam coffee master, $15.00,
automatic cooker and deep fry,
$10.00. both like now. Phone
FOR SALE: Selling "Cafe Bo Bo-quete"
quete" Bo-quete" farm in Boquete, oniM oniM-count
count oniM-count of urgent personal reason,
in center af ceffee firm aree, aree,-with
with aree,-with residence, car, etc. New
coffee farm yielding 300 quintals
yearly; Rare bargain. Box 3547
r Tel. 3-4617.
FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipbdromo
Urbanization, across the Reman
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBamett.
FOR SALE: Wooden House, 4
rooms in Cativa behind Catholic
Church. Information same place.
FOR SALE: Two chalets: two
bedrooms, living-dining room,
garage, porch. 330 square me meters,
ters, meters, $6662, $1000 down pay payment.
ment. payment. Rhone 3-0140. Nevey Int.
credit department, Levey.
LEAGUE OF KOlftl
4 1 Hi Flyers
4 Final Drives
6 'Hot Rods
Crabs 3 Pinsplitters 1
This was the big one for
teams and for the Pinsplitters it
was a must night, But as hard as
they tried they could win only -one
point, and now the Crabs have.
three and half point lead. At this
stage of the schedule this 3Vi looks
Bea Strode of the Pinsplitters
practically carried the three men
on her team, because she was tops
with 560 and none of the boys were
withing hailing distance. For the
Crabs, Herb Hoff and Harry Grop
pie dominated the scene Herb
with 506 scratch and 572 hdep and
Sabura I Pinal Drive 1
The two quartet came out all
even after the evening's effort. The
Final Drives, drove early and had
no drive in he finale. They took
the first game by 14 pins, and the
second one by five, and thn the
i roof caved in. On the other hand.
the Saburs rolled three steady con
sistent games the first two were
Identical and the last one was on
ly four pins off, whereas in the
last set to the Drives were
Bob Mathias and Doug Johnson
carried the Final Drives attack
with 517 nd 543 series. For the
Saburs, the entire roster turned
creditable sets. Ray Burton start
ed off with 538 and his better half,
Ann 514. Then Gwen Sack had
526 set and beat her man Ed Wmi
Hot Rod 3 HI Flyers 1
Both teams went into the fray
with the same handicap of 111,
in the end the Hot Rods came
Out on top. Only in the go home
game1 did they falter and drop a
WE SELL ALL
Brands of Records
FAR BELOW United Statw
12-inch LP RECORDS
New releases bimonthly.
Across 'La Merced' Church
Central Ave. 9-14
Ave. 45 e
ES PHARMACY 1X2
r A KM a i I
FOR SALE: Dresser, 2 night
tablet, library table, buffet step step-stool,
stool, step-stool, J reed chairs, 5 dining
.room chairs, dropleaf utility kit
chen table, 2 ftqttan chain, va vacuum
cuum vacuum cleaner, Hallicrafter speak speaker,
er, speaker, artificial leather rocking
chair, hassock, (couch with
cover, hack and extra cover),
all rugs, work bench table, din dining
ing dining table with adjustable loafs,
4 rocking chain, swivel chair,
2 beach chain. At homo morn morning.
ing. morning. 151 2-A, Akee St. Balboa.
FOR SALIi I king alio bad
1 with inner spring mattress), 6
months old, I apartment alio
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 SALE ? Sandblasted oak
dining tat (painted pale green).
Includes round table with 2
leaves, C chain, buffet and
China closet with glass front.
$100.00. See at 5334-B, Davit
Street, Diablo or call 2-3461.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi Webcor, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, gas stove, washing
machine, Argus camera, clocks,
dining table, chain, revolver 25
ML, 1953 Hillman Minx, duty
paid, twin bods, other things,
good condition, must sell, leav leaving
ing leaving Isthmus. Call 3-7755.
FOR SALE: 8 pc. dinette sat,
1 portable barbecue. Call 13-
FOR SALI: 1 small piano
almost new Eriglish made. Call
point. Three Hot Rods were click clicking
ing clicking on put the Hot Rods oh the
Tommy Thomas posted a 547
but her had to take the hack seat
to his wife Dee with 576, and Fred
Eply was the other passnger in
the It4odsi chariot,-, with 54i,
Howe ver It w up to the Hi Fly Flyers
ers Flyers to provide tfie star of the show,
when Ralph Tunstill came up with
a 540 scratch and 591 hdep set. A
member of the fair sex was next
in line, whn Kathy Bathhurst
chipped in 549.
Cucarechas 3 Pour 1
The Four, sunk a little deeper
into the ciiar when they drop
opft all but one point. Their win
ning effort came in I he middl
pmfe when i hey eked out a six
stick win. Kn Collins was the
irin,t .mart' for the Four with 532,
while for th winning Cucarachas
't Was an all-adies night with
Laurali Butters battering the ma
pie oins for a 512, count, and Cor Corky
ky Corky Boyle 534.
e. Tivoll No. 4 o FARMACIA ESTA1
Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo
7 Street a FARMACIA "8 AS" Vie
YOUR COMMUNITY NETWORK-HOG
Presents the latest clues on the biggest Saturday bargains in town at:
BATA SHOE STORE
A 30-tninute feature of popular music and
Latch on to
YOUR COMMUNIH NE
1090 Kes. Colon
- LIBRERIA PRECIADO 7 Street No. 13 a AGENCIAS
La Carrasquilla o FARMACIA LOM-
A aasTAirun UNiuus-MS central Ave.
A rosette e Ave. and 33 St. e
PORRAI 111 NOTED AD ES
WANTED: Full-time for gene general
ral general house work and cooking.
5334-1, Diablo. After 5.00 p.m.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 18, h.p. outboard
Mercury, perfect condition. Call
Used motors, 1 h.p. to 35 h.p.
Over stocked. Make reasonable
21 ft. cabin crusier with two
35 h.p. motors. Completely fiber fiber-glassed,
glassed, fiber-glassed, 45 gallon stainlasa steal
gas tank. Boat and motors less
than 6 months old. Owner will
take $1500 less. ABERNATHY.
New fiber glass boats en display;
Bat prices over offered. ABER ABERNATHY.
Wanted to Buy
Want to buy one Clem Shell, 38
or Vi cubic yarn1, in good condi condition.
tion. condition. For effort call 3-4542.
WANT TO BUY: Small bar with
or without stools. Call 3-4911
FOR RENT: Rooms in now con concrete
crete concrete house. $16.50 per month.
17 Street No. 13. Pueblo Nuevo.
Call Cucalon fir Co. Tel. 3-3330.
Hopes To Marry
ZARAGOZA, Spain (UPI)-Film
star George Sanders today reaf
firmed his intention to marry
Henita mime, wioow ot ttonaia
dolman, and said the wedding
would take place in x Wftrrtiis
"We nlan to marry In six
months." Sanders said. "We have
discussed it and that is what we
plan to do.
The marriage plans were an announced
nounced announced here by officials of a
company filming "Solomon and
Sheba," on wh,Lch. Sanders is
But reports from Switzerland,
where Miss Hume is presently
staying, said she had denied that
landers had; proposed. Sanders
evaded the issue of an actual
proposal, but reiterated that "we
have discussed it (marriage)."
The 52-year-old actor formerly
married to Zsa Zsa Gabbr added
that he hoped to see Miss Hume
MERY'S BEAUTY SHOP
Friday from 630 to
some real Bargains by listening to YCN'g
Friday from 6:30 to
DRAWER "A", OIABL0I
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
RHONE BALBOA 1709
FOR RENT: Three room office
suits, 48 m2 available imme immediately
diately immediately in the Panama Insurance
Co. bide, across from Hotel II
Panama Hilton. Airconditioning,
electricity, elevator, janitor and
night watchman service, drink drinking
ing drinking fountain, restrooms. Coffee
shop in building. See or phone
Mrs. Mary Coleman at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance Co. 3-0136.
FOR RENT : Off ice space, two
and three rooms suites available.
Automobile Row. Phono 3-6855.
FOR RENT: Site for offices,
stores Or warehouses, adjoining
now Railroad Station "Q" Street,
1 opposite Stadium. Tel. 3-6940.
Navy Ground Crew
Nabs Escaped Blimp,
Hogties It Safely
BRUNSWICK, Ga.'(UPI) A
Navy ground crew hogtied a mav
erick blimo today and began re
pairs to get it back on" active
duty. .... .....
The airship went out of control
Tuesday on flight along the
coast of Georgia. The crew
brought it close enough to the
ground to jump out safely.
Then the blimp took off on its
own, soared to 7,500 feet and
posed a threat to air traffic for
several hours before it sank to
the ground on a small marshy is island.
land. island. Lt. James W. Kissick-tjf ris ris-dale,
dale, ris-dale, Miss., the pilot, 8!w$i 8!w$i-tional
tional 8!w$i-tional control was lost shortly
after the blimp took oft from
Glynco Naval Air Station near
here. But theselevators wre still
working,Ynfff Kissick ifried to
make it back to the bite.
The propellers were sheared off
in an attempted landing, the fuel
tank wis broken '"ind th craft
soaired up steeply; tossing the
crew about in the oabm.
Crewmen released helium to
bring the blintp close, to the
ground near the bcacifr, Kissick
and his men jumped into the
marsh and- the reduction of
weight sent the craft dHfting up upward
ward upward .aga,;.-s;:'.,:':
Crewmen were picked up by
helicopter ahd when the blimp
settled once more, ground crews
set up a temporary mooring mast
to secure it. i
tips on the best Satur-
i i .mnLMsL vl
840 Kcs. Panama
9- eaananTT .,'
Send qualifications nod photo to
Box 683, Panama. R. P.
T.V., radio, Hi-Fi, transmits
repairs. Call William t Shi
Phono Panfm. 2-51 13.
SKINDI VERS: We can now
your tanks. 1500 lbs. pressui
for J2.00 Service Charge. Ri
member too we hav only thi
finest Italian equipment
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.
J" St. 13A-30
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. S3.S0
You get services the same ii
WE GUARANTEE 'OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni
cians. Crawford Agencies. Phon
2-1M5 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
Protect your dome and pr
ty against intact el a mat.
r-rompt scientific treatment
emergency or monthly hue
heel. Telonhene Pronto SorvicoJ
Panama 19T7 or Colon 1777J
Prompt service ..."
30 years in electronics ....
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f An IN INM A I I Fri Ami. U. UB
TV, Panama 2-3142.
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it atsie4 teas
manuictrurer. announced tod
it has acquired the Cinein
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wnrnn f am i: l
amount of cash.
EXPANDS ACID PLANT
NEW vnwir mPT. r-.i
r a , .
me capacity ot its arptir
Plant at Jr-arttpa, Tex. to 240
lion pounds vear. it wa
ACQUIRE STUDIO STOCK
NEW YORK (UPI) Natii
Telefilm Associates Ine hmm
quired all of the preferred sto
and more than two-thirds of th
common stock of Telestudios Int
u was. announced today
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New Front In Little Rocks Integration War
Can Be Attacked
Private School Outfit Opens
1 iTTLE ROCK. Ark.. Sept. 18 (UPI) A movement
sehools at private, all-white institutions opened a new legal front today in the bitter
battle over school integration.
The tittle Rock Private Scrwor Corporation, chartered yesterday under the lead leadership
ership leadership of six prominent citizens, planned to meet today and begin the study of a
prjjmte school plan authorized by state law.
I Official stources in Washington expressed belief that while the government can cannot
not cannot force a state to operate a public school system, it would be able to attack such
a plan in Little Rock on constitutional grounds.
It appeared likely that
le and attorneys tor Negroes seexing io anenu wmw
ivstem in the courts.
' bUUli Uiuvisu ii i
lington County, Va., but it
;witt remain closed Monday
I Federal Judge Albert V. Bryan
siled" yesterday that four Ne Ne-rroes
rroes Ne-rroes are entitled to enter a
rhJt'e school In Arlington Coun Coun-y
y Coun-y but provided that the order
via not go into effect until next
'Only the order of Gov. J.
jindsav Almond remained to
tfflctaily shut down two Char Char-bttesville
bttesville Char-bttesville schools where dese deselection
lection deselection was demanded by the
federal court'. All legal efforts
to have the order set aside have
City officials were urging sup support
port support of any plan to provide tem temporary
porary temporary scho6llng for the schools'
" 4$ie action of the Little Bock
citizens apparently was Gov.
Oirval E. Faubus' plan to get
the high schools functioning
gain on a segreeated basis,
despite a I S. Supreme Court
rr to let Negro students in.
TSiree of the schools, which
faufcus 'closed Monday hi anti anticipation
cipation anticipation ol violence if. they were
Sfiltrated are white. The fourth
maio. A total of 3470 students
Dllad in them.
ieunc.orpojai.ors are ui. x.
:. i r. rr
f, ftariev, Ben C. Isgrig Jr.. Her Her-schel
schel Her-schel Goo4m.an, C.Mitchell,
Jirs. Gordon Oates and Dr. Mal Mal-cplm
cplm Mal-cplm G. Taylor, all prominent
Drfcaney .1 physician. Is-
S-ig Is a lawyer and farmer.
ifKrtmjan owns, a fireworks fac factory.
tory. factory. Mitchell runs a tractor
sales company an dbelongs to
the state Merit System Council.
Stts't Gates is. a newly-elected
tifyfte representative. Dr. Taylor
Is an osteopath; and secretary Of
, the segregationist Capital Clti Clti-'
' Clti-' sens' Council.
State Circuit Court Judge J.
Mitchell Cockrill signed their
Charter immediately after they
ked. for it.
The, Department of Justice
Uras eertain to fight any at at-,
, at-, tempt to reonf n th schools as
Tle government, however,
nulled the leaders of its integra integra-fton
fton integra-fton team out of Little Rock in
line with the 'administration's
hew .'wait-"em-out" policy to
ward closed schools in Arkansas
"'.'The Little Rock school board
Mid not comment immediately
."Jfe J Cooper Jr.. vice
cnwnan of the school board,
said -earlier that the board was
intefjested "in education, not
politics1" and he was sure It
would go along with the private
:8choel idea if that was the way
to get the schools open.
The corporation's move after
electing officers will be to ask
the school board to lease the
TODAY! -".75 .40
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the National Association ror
w delaved for at least four months yesterday in Ar-
appeared certain that two white
rather than admit Negroes.
Under an 1875 law, a school
board can lease out unused or
closed public school buildings to
a corporation to operate as pri private
vate private schools.
A law which a special session
f the Legislature passed three
weeks aro provides that the
state will pay every student's
Since the teachers are under
contract to the school board
and have been paid since Sept,
2. when school was supposed to
open, the teachers presumably
would donate their services.
The' rtew corporation, which
calls itself the Little Rock Pri Private
vate Private School C o r p o ration,
promised to provide a full full-scale
scale full-scale extra-curricular program
in addition to schools of class
The incorporators said they,
"Acquire by donation, pur
chase, lease or otherwise, real
estate and interests therein, to together
gether together with such buildings, fix fixtures
tures fixtures and equipment as may be
necessary or desirable and to
improve and maintain the
"Accept gifts, grants, dona
tions. legacies and endowments
lr furtherance of its obectives."
"Charge and collect from
each student a monthly fee or
tuition as deemed necessary and
expedient by its members.
"Borrow money, and to issue
its bonds, notes or other evi
dences of debt therefor and to
secure the payment of the same
by mortgage or lien upon the
real estate or other property a?
provided by law."
"Do all and everything law lawful
ful lawful and proper which may be
necessary or expedient for the
accomplishment of any of the
purposes or the attainment of
any of the objects, herein set
Faubus Tuesday moved up to
Sept. 27 a special election which
had been scheduled Oct. 7 for
voters in the Little Rock school
district to decide whether they
want the schools reopened inte integrated
grated integrated or segregated.
In Virginia, Bryan ordered
three Negro boys and one girl
transferred to the Stratford
Junior Hish School. But he
held it would he "unwise" for
them to make the change now
that' the fall semester has
started. He decided, they
should he admitted at the
start of the next semester.
"This short deferment will not
be hurtful," he said. "Indeed, if
the basic problem ran be solved
by that time, the price is not too
The Judge upheld the Arling
ton School Board's rejection of
applications by 26 other Negroes
for admlion to white schools
Their attcmey declined to say
immediately whether the deci
sion wolld be appealed.
Bryan approved four of the
five grounds cited by the
school board In reecting the ap applications
plications applications of the 26.
But he held that these
grounds did not apply to the
four he ordered admitted later.
In his decision, the judge
held that such factors as the
adaptability of Negro students
and crowded conditions at
white schools could be taken
into account by school boards
In considering transfers. Bnt
he said transfers could not be
denied on psycho! oglcal
Judge Bryan's ruling delayed
until January a showdown In
Arlington on Virginia's "massive
resistance" laws which already
have resulted in the closing of
the Warren county High School
at Front Royal, Va., and threat threaten
en threaten to close others In the state.
Joseph H. Freehlll, Democra Democratic
tic Democratic candidate for Congress in the
district', hailed the "breathing
spell" and voiced hope that ltte
officials would "use ,! to good
Freehlll, seeking the House
seat of Ren. Joseph T. Broyhlll
(R-Va.). said "I hope we will
avoid the chaos we are begin
nlnt to see in other part of the
state McaujMf'of closed schools,"
Arlington ,schc9ls vhad heeil
operate! on a segregated basis
pending Bry art's ruling. They
will continue to do so exemt
that Stratford Junior High must
admit the four Negroes in Jan
uary. v i
to reopen four Little Rock
xne nuyanwnwni w vjiim
stnuois wymu onanenge
schools in Charlottesville
The Front Royal schobl was
under Federal court order to in integrate,
tegrate, integrate, but Almond closed it
Monday under the massive re resistance
sistance resistance laws.
At Norfolk, Va., Federal Judge
Walter E. Hoffman has before
him a motion aimed at admit admitting
ting admitting 17 Negroes to white
schools. The motion would
overthrow a state injunction
barring the school board from
assigning the Negroes to all all-white
white all-white institutions.
Hoffman has indicated he will
grant the motion. If he does, the
state is expected to close three
white high schools and three
white junior high schools in involved.
In the case of the '26 Negroes
denied admittance to white Ar Arlington
lington Arlington schools, the school board
has cited low academic accom accomplishments,
plishments, accomplishments, adaptability, resi residence
dence residence oiitside the specific school
area, overcrowding at the white
school ,and psychological prob problems.
lems. problems. In rejecting psychological
factors as a valid reason. Judge
Bryan said this ground was
based on the students' race.
The iudge also said the school
board has a right to set up
standards for transfers so long
as they were not based on race
As for the four students he or ordered
dered ordered admitted In January, the
judge said rejection of the ap applications
plications applications was not justified by
The school board had said
they woujd fay to adapt in
All four of the Negro stldents
have applied for the seventh
grade at Stratford Junior High,
They are Donald Deskins, Ml
chael G. Jones. Lance D. New Newman
man Newman and Gloria D. Thompson,
Judge Bryan ruled that school
attendance sreas. academic ac ac-comolishment
comolishment ac-comolishment and overcrowding
at Arllneton's Washington and
Lee High School "clearly are
valid criteria free of taint of
race or color" for refusing to
Former Panama Foreign Minist
or Aouilino Poyd has accused Ibc
United States of maintining the
'injustices" imposed on Panama
by the 1903 Panama U.S. treaty.
In a recent inteerview granted to
the Mexican newspaper Noveda Noveda-des,
des, Noveda-des, Boyd, now Panam's Am
bassador to Mexico, said the Unit
FILM EXECUTIVES ARRIVE
of United Artists, and Alfred
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charge of the firm's foreign distribution, descend from a plane
at Tocumen. During their stay in Panama Picker and Katp will
preside over the first of. 'sV series of sales conferences with
branch managers of Panama and several other countries.
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FAUBUS ORDERS SCHOOL CLOSED Cheerleaders stand outside Little Rock': Cehtral
High School after all four of the city's high schools were ordered closed by Goverftsr
Faubus, who said he feared the court-ordered integration would bring on violence.
admit seven of the Negroes
Likewise, he said, the test of
adaptability was a valid ground
In Baltimore yesterday Chief
Judge Simon E. Sobeloff of
the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court
of Appeals denied Charlottes Charlottesville,
ville, Charlottesville, Va., a stay from an or order
der order directing the city to ad admit
mit admit 12 Negro children to two
white schools Monday.
The ruling will probably re result
sult result in the- closing of the schools
under Virginia anti-integration
Almond is expected to an announce
nounce announce this week that Char Charlottesville's
lottesville's Charlottesville's only white high
school and one of Its five white
elementary schools are shut
down and removeia from the
public school system. The en enrollment
rollment enrollment of the two schools to total
tal total about 1,650.
in a five-paragraph decision,
Sobeloff pointed out that Char Char-lottesYille
lottesYille Char-lottesYille was first to desegre desegregate
gate desegregate "two and a h&lf years" -go
and "no action followed," He
said he did not find "sufficient
grounds for Interfering with ex existing
isting existing District Court action at
When notified of the decision,
Charlottesville Mayor Thomas J.
Michie said, "There is nothing
the council can do now but wait
and see what the governor can
do to get the schools re-opened
on a segregated basis. This may
force the closing of schools for
a matter of weeks, even longer."
Charlottesville City Attorney
John S. Battle Jr., and Virginia
Attorney General Albertls S
Harrison asked Sobeloff Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday to stay the integration or
der, signed last Saturday by
Federal District Judge John
Paul of Harrisonburg, Va.
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lens Mexican Newspaper
Imposes Injustices On RP
ed States insisted on adopting
"this attitude" although it was
an obstacle to, "the progressive
and absolutely necessary strehgh
tening of the friendship between
the two countries,"
Boyd, who .arrived in Panama
Tuesday affternoon for a brief vi'
sit, told the newspaper that the
Katz. General sales maftager in
Sends Negro Boy
GREENSBORO, N.C., Sept. 18
(UPI One of five Negro pu pupils
pils pupils attending integrated Giles Giles-pie
pie Giles-pie Park school here said today
he" has been expelled for fight fighting
ing fighting with white boys.
City school officials declined
comment, saying that it Is the
policy of the school board not
to give out information on per personal,
sonal, personal, disciplinary action.
The youth, 13 year-old Rus Russell
sell Russell Herring, said he was sent
home from daises Tuesday.
"They called my father and
sent me home. They didn't say
when I could go back or if
they would let me go hack. I
want to go back if they let
me," he sai I.
The boy gave no details of the
Phillip J. Weaver, city school
superintendent, said, "It is not
the policy of the schools to give
out personal information We
believe that disciplinary action
is a personal matter.
Gillespie Park Principal Banks
Ritchie declined comment on the
Herring is one of five Negro
pupils enrolled ?t oiuespie par
which was Integrated for the
first time a year ago. His broth
er, Elijah, 16, also attends the
Two other Negro pupils who
were assigned to Gillespie Park
failed to show up on opening
day and school officials revealed
that then parents had asked
that they be reassigned to an
friendship between Panama and
the United, States would be Strng
then considerably if the U. SI would
declare "its acknowledgement that
Panama maintains its sovereign
ty over the Canal Zone." I
"By doing this, it would re recognise
cognise recognise the existence of Isgal
situation which Panama has ne never
ver never hesitat?H to maintain. .end
would give the Panamanian peo people
ple people a moral satisfaction of great
eimportance," Boyd said in his
Regarding the Canal Zone s Con Contribution
tribution Contribution to Panama's econpmy.
Boyd saul the Cartal nnpunced
recently that Panama received
$22.7 million in 1957 through wages
and purchases, but that a good
portion of this amount reverts to
the. Canal Zone in "the form of
expenditures of goods, gasoline,
rents, tajj.es, etcetera."
In answer to a question on Com Communist
munist Communist influnce in Panama, Boyd
toH the Misxico newspaper:
"The Communist ideology has
a certain number of sympathizers
in Panama, like everywhere else,
but Panamanian Communists lack
enough political influence to un unroot
root unroot the fervent democratic con
vicrlons of my peonle, who believe
ta God, the family and property
rights and have a high concept
of uneriv ana numan oignuy.
Boyd also described the attitude
of the United States as "discri
minatorv to the point of being of offensive."
fensive." offensive." "There are not only areas In
tho Canal Zona where access
it forbidden for my follow coun coun-trvmen,
trvmen, coun-trvmen, but even schools In
which the admission of Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian .student U restricted for
Beri atknowledged that the at
tendance of Latin American stu students
dents students at the military school at
Fort Gulick is stimulated by the
U. S. govarnment, but he added:
"The etiislon,of Panamanians
from other schools is regrttahle,
since it is precisely in the school
room where understanding and'
.niiments of riendship betwen
Panamanians and North Americ Americans
ans Americans can he fostered."
Home For Fighting
One of these pupils told a
reporter that one reason he
did not wish to go back to
Gillespie was that two Negro
boys, whom he identified as
Elijah and Russell Herring,
"were always having to' fight."
Elijah Herring Sr.. father of
the boys, said he Intends to take
legal action if necessary. He said
his sons "are always navmg tojaDDeared at Balboa
take up tor tnemseives wnen
other boys push them."
They will not fight wnen
they ate called names, but will
If someone pushes' them," he
operates a barber
A charee of malicious damage
to property waa HVtA against a
Ku Klux Klan member, Clyde A.
Webster, and his brother-in-law,
Rose Wand Jr., Tuesday in con
nection with breaking windows
at Herring's shop.
!P Architect Wins
Award For Window
Design In Palqce
The son of President Ernesto
do ?a Guardla Jr. has become
the.- first Latin American
architect to be chosen for the
Miami Window Fenestration
Award, it was announced to toddy.
Ernesto de la Guardla III was
eranted the award for the
construction and design of the
Justo Arosemena Legislative
Palace, built recently at the
former DeLesseps park.
Sidney G. Kusworm, president
of Hie Miami Window Corp., Is
scheduled to come to Panama
shortly to deliver the award to
young De la Guardla.
According to the corporation,
"The boldness of the structural
concept in this building has
produced a design which em embodies
bodies embodies all the functional logic
demanded by the most exciting
B E K E N D
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THE MISSION OF A
FIGHTING SHIP THAT
TURNED INTO A TIDAL
WAVE OF FURY!
Little Rock's Faubus In Trouble
With 50 Presbyterian Ministers
I LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 18 (UPI) Fifty Presbite Presbite-rian
rian Presbite-rian ministers and cldere were looking today for an apol apology
ogy apology from Oov. Orval Faubus who charged their interest
in the closed school problem was the result of being
"brainwashed by leftwingers,' Communists and integra integra-tionists."
they charged Faubus had jnsulted the whole Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian Church. Faubus did not indicate immediately wheth whether
er whether he will1 apologize.
Possibly as a result of
a news conference, the ministers and elders tabled a
resolution that would have asked the Little Rock Min Ministerial
isterial Ministerial Alliance to invite evangelist Billy Graham to medi mediate
ate mediate the dispute between Faubus and the federal govern government.
The minister and elders are
members of the Washburn Pres Presbytery
bytery Presbytery of the P r e s b yterlan
Church, which governs the
church in the Little Rock area.
They met to consider what
the church should do in the cri crisis.
sis. crisis. While they were meeting, Fau Faubus
bus Faubus moved the date of a special
Integration election up from Oct.
7 to Sept. 27.
The ministers and elders a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted a resolution urging:
-rFaubus to consider counter-
Jailed 15 Days;
Pablo Vargasj 34,
court today and was for the sixth
time found guilty of trespassing
in the same area of the Canal
During his five previous court
appearances he has been sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to a total of 50 days jail ,fpr
trespassing in the vicinity of the
rwnmiii AThrook dump. Today
Judge John E. Dealing gave him
another 15 days, ,(
The driver of a station wagon
carrying an extra large family in into
to into the interior together with house household
hold household effects was stopped yester yesterday
day yesterday at he left the Thatcher Per Perry.
ry. Perry. The station wagon was load load-Art
Art load-Art n heavilv that the back Was
nearly touching the ground.
When the Police pa rolman stop stopped
ped stopped the vehicle, he discovered
tha the-e were six people in the
front seat alone.
The driver, Francisco Pulice, 25,
Panamanian was charged today
with driving the station wagon
with more .than three people in
the front sa. who therebv were
in'erfering with the driver's con control.
trol. control. He did not appear and the
case was continued until tomor tomorrow.
Texas Com po ny's
Ship Raban Nears
Port After Fire
Texas Petroleum Co. In Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal received a cable today from
one of their tanker in the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic due to dock this weekend, that
a fire had occurred in the engine
The anker is the Raban of 5001
gross tons and she is loaded.
K is understood that the fire
caused damage to electrical ca cables
bles cables but (hit the .results were not
serious and that tanker will be a-
ble to make port without assist
F HO M
TODAY L II
I 1 AND THE
Faubus' remarks Tueadav in
mandtng the proclamation with
Which he closed the schools
Faubus to refrain from clos closing
ing closing schools in any other section
of the state.
"All citizens to think and
practice Christian conduct, prac practice
tice practice good will, avoid evil tempers
and hatreds, to pray humbly and
penitently and to obev all laws
and duly constituted authori authorities."
ties." authorities." British Govt
Ploces Order For
LONDON (UPI) -r The British
government yesterday placed, an
order for 50 supersonic Blackburn
NA39 twin-let bombers, a BritisI
i made "radar beating" plane
which a defense ministry spokes spokesman
man spokesman said was "years ahead of
any other aircraft -in the world."
The bomber, 'whose perform performance
ance performance is a secret, is said to tlf
too fast and too low for detection
by normal radair defense warning
The defense ministry said thf
50 planes would be turned oyer
io tne Koyai navy, it was in indicated
dicated indicated that several hundred more
would be ordered later for the,
Royal Air Force.
Visitors to the Faenborough air
show earlier this month saw the
NA39 in flight for the first time.
It was kept under heavy guard
during the one-week exhibition by
Britain's avia'ion industry ana
taken out only fdr brief flight!
over the airfield.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
High 7 SC
Low 7 71
- High 98 941 1
Low 78 M
(max. mph) NW-19 NW-M
RAIN (inches) 9 T
(inner harbors) S3 16
FRIDAY, SEPT. IP
7:50 a.m. 1:4b a.m.
8:22 p.m. 2:12 p.m.
PICTURE WILL BE
GIVEN TO EVERY
PERSON THAT WILL
COME TO SEE
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