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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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Union Denies Carters 'Guinea Pig Charge
In $13,645 $l-an-Hour Minimum Wage Case
"No firm has been singled out as a guinea pig for any special harassment
treatment," William H. Sinclair, International Representative for the American Fed Federation
eration Federation of State, County and Municiapl Employes, AFL-CIO said today. "Wa have on
file a number of claims from employes of other firms that John V. Carter's."
Sinclair referred to contractor Carter's "guinea pig" statement yesterday when
asked to comment on charges made in a civil suit filed by the U.S. Department of La Labor
bor Labor in District Court, Ancon. The suit charges Carter failed to pay the $1 minimum
wage and, observe the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act in; the case
of 34 Panamanian employed to rebuild a Navy wharf at Coco Soto,. The Labor de department
partment department seeks $13,645 on their behalf.
It could not be learned today whather the Navy's invitation to bid on the Coca
, Stilp wharf job included th provision for the $1 minimum. This is understlf to be a
practice in other Zone agencies for types of work on which they consider; the mini-
r lijgjum applies. y "W f y,
A Navy spokesman said: "w v

w "While the case is in litigation, it is not considered appropriate t comment at
this time. AH of the facts should, at the pro per time, be brought, out in court."

District Attorney Rowland K.
Hawd said that he am seen,
neither the levy's: invitation to bid ;
nor tne resulting contract awaru
ed to Cailer., Hazard nleu the case
on information a the Labor de department.
partment. department. He said it was based
entirely on uala gatnerea by that
agency, and, not by his oniejji.-s
Caritr announced yesreruay he
would tignt the cast all tht way
to tht Us Supreme Court if n n-ctsstry.
ctsstry. n-ctsstry. An American business businessman
man businessman resident in tne Kepyoiic, nt
, railed the .'issue of Panamanian
sovtreigniy ano jurisdiction in
the Canai Zone.
He loos the position that Pana Panama
ma Panama has never renouncea sovereign
ty in the one out mereiy grant grant-viHuriscueuou
viHuriscueuou grant-viHuriscueuou tor the purpose' oX
brtfiainfi .maintaining aid ueisnd ueisnd-ing
ing ueisnd-ing the Canal.
The peppery contractor who has
been frequently in the limelight of
industrial arguments holds that
jurisdiction rests with ranama
on all matters not specitically re related
lated related to the operali&a, sanitation
or defense of the Canal.
Ht also said nt doesn't think
tht United States has tht right
to legislate in mailers covtring
non-rtsidents of tht Zone.
The $lan hour minimum wage
provisions ol the Fair Labor Stanu Stanu-aivs
aivs Stanu-aivs Act weret applied to the Can Can-at
at Can-at Zone aoout a year go auer ttie
PSnama Government had made
rejKesehtations to the U.S. Con Congress.
gress. Congress. This was hailed as a victo victory
ry victory forPahama, and for the labor laboring
ing laboring man.
A legal authority on theoptt
said today that if the Canal Zone

were to be deemed to be under
ftmanian sovereignty, the Car
ter would probably win his case,
but in the opinion of the source
the United States has never ac acceded
ceded acceded any sovereignty rights to
Panama.
Tile source added;
"Since the U. S. judicial sys system
tem system is in force in the Canal Zone,
I don't see how a court coulid rule
that .Panama has sovereignty. Oth Otherwise,
erwise, Otherwise, the court has no right
here.
ilglffpr tht Canal Zont is deemed
to be undtr Panamanian sover sovereignty,
eignty, sovereignty, much of tht past litiga litigation
tion litigation in U. S. District Court here
would bt off tht beam. A num number
ber number of casts must have bttn
judged htrt on tht basis that
tht Canal Zone is U. S. sovtr sovtr-iqn
iqn sovtr-iqn soil." i
Contractor Carter and union

leadef Sinclair seemed to be of
the sarnie mind on one point: if
Carter is guilty, so are fliers.
"We! are in agreement," Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair laid that there are matoy
firms Violating the Fair Labor
Standards Act provisions. However,
the union will not go out to look
fdr violations, but will act only on
trnusht bv 'ts -""nhers."
Sinclair also said "The doors of
the U.J. Supreme Court are also
open to the workers who have fil filed
ed filed clafs aaains the 'irm of
John--V-... Carter and Son."
The ijaiior man added: "Down

Te4dy Roosevelf Unveiling

of
bust of President Theodore Roo Roosevelt
sevelt Roosevelt Nov. 15 will climax a
week-long celebration in the
Canal 35one in honor of the
centennja! of Roosevelt's birth.
Canal ",Zone Gov. W. E. Pot Potter
ter Potter announced in Washington
today that the heroic, or dou double
ble double Ufe-iize. bust is the gift
of Edwald A. Bacon, formerly
of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a life lifelong
long lifelong admirer of Roosevelt and
at present deputv assistant
ecretarvj of the Army.
Bacon's ties and interests
with the anal Zone also run
deep. He Is a former assistant
to the Secretary of the Army
In charge- of Canal Zone af affairs.
fairs. affairs. The Roosevelt bust will be 38

To

through the centuries management
has always been able to use the
facilities of the courts in every
land to tramnle the workers he
cause they always had the finan financial
cial financial resources io use those facili facilities,
ties, facilities, while the workers remained
On the outside, broke, worried and
defenseless.
"Today," ht continued "tht
workers havt a chance to retali retaliate
ate retaliate and tht union will do every everything
thing everything within its power to make
sure they 9t a fair deal by
channeling all casts brought to
tht attention of union official,
all the way to tht highest au authorities
thorities authorities in starch of justict and
ftir play for tht common work
tn , ... :y
"As a policy, local unions ffi ffi-lialcd
lialcd ffi-lialcd with the A.FSCME have al always
ways always taken on all opponents and
if the Carter firm happens to have
fallen in the path of the union,
that may be an unfortunate situa situation
tion situation for the firm. But certainly no
one can really expect the union to
run away because someone feels
he has been made the object of
imaginary 'harassment. ".
Sinclair stated that Local 900 of officials
ficials officials organized the Carter lirm's
workers m Coco Sole and request requested
ed requested that an investigator be tent
irom the Wage ana Hour and Pub Public
lic Public Contracts Divisions of the U.S.
Department of tabor to look into
the case, mis inve.igator was ins instrumental'
trumental' instrumental' in assisting the workers
in filing their claims through the
office of the U. S. Secretary of
Labor.
Sinqlaip claims that as far as
the union is concerned, there is
no need to "test" the applicability
of the law, since its applicability
has long been established.
The union official said all nrher
firms in the Canal Zone, the U.S.
wmor department and the U. S.
Congress mus. have had the pri privilege
vilege privilege of consulting good lawyers
to find qut what is what in this
connection,
"Consequently, tht question of
tht applicability of tht law must
havt bttn thrashed out a thou thousand
sand thousand times."
"The question of sovereignty,"
Sinclair went on, "is not for the
Admit Horse Sense
Lacks Color Chart
Sanitation Men
Balboa Police were relieved
yesterday when the Sanitation
Division claimed a horse which
had been Impounded.
The horse, a small, dun color
ed animal had led two police policemen
men policemen an hour-Ions chae through
Dlanio the night before.
Ttae Sanitation Division had
claimed that their hone was of
a different color but f)rin
came to the Police Station and
Identified tt i
inches high. It will stand in
the center of the rotunda of
the Canal Zone administration
building at Balboa Heights and
face the Canai at its Pacific
entrance.
Another high spot during the
9-15 celebration will be the
presentation of a plaaue by the
American Society of Civil En Engineers
gineers Engineers namine the Panama
Canal one of the seven mod modern
ern modern engineering wonders of the
United States.
Amone those Invited for the
week-long event are the three
surviving Roosevelt children:
Mrs. Alice Roosevelt Long Long-worth,
worth, Long-worth, of Washington. D. C;
Mrs. Ethel Roosevelt Derby, of
Oyster Bav. Long Island. N.Y.:
and Archibald Roosevelt, of

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union or the workers to worry a
bout.
"The government of Panama is
fully qualified and Capable of
nanajing tms question.
Panamanian Government 0
cials must have given this mat
ter their full attention b e f o r e
throwing their support behind the
unions in testimony made before a
congressional committee conduct
ing hearing in the Canal Zone in
1956 on the extension of the provi
fmmm me tm Labor Standards
Art to the Zone. paSS

Safety Branch Issues Lightning Rules
lUfeason's SWnpis Top Average
. Lightning has killed an unusual number of people In the Canal Stone and other parts of the
isthmus in a period of savage electrical storms this rainy season;
Because most neonle are irnnrant at th tmnt

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the Panama Canals safety branch today issued a list of do's and don'ts for persons caurtt
out tn a storm.
t,.i.Dr,yf the,!2 twolmont!. h e" kld by lightning in the Canal Zone.
July 30 James Joshua a Dredging Division boatswain was killed on the Canal and last Saturday
11-year-old William Small was killed en the Amador Causeway as he left the sherter of his
fater's car to pick up a knife he had left behind while they were fishing.
An extraordinary coincidence was that th dt hrn William U. k-

he had to die, he would prefer
On average, only one light
ning death occurs in the Canal
Zone every two years, although
the Isthmus is in the heavy
thunderstorm area of the equa equatorial
torial equatorial belt and the frequency of
storms is much greater than in
the United States.
For this reason the likelihood
of being struck by lightning here
is greater than in more temper temperate
ate temperate climates, although lightning
deaths are relatively rare here.
In the RepuMic of Panama
there have been at feast four
deaths from this cause during
the current electrical storm
season.
The basic rules of protection
are listed by the Safety Branch
as follows
1. The best protection Is to
seek shelter before a thunder thunderstorm
storm thunderstorm starts. A car, grounded
metal or metal frame building
affords good protection
frls A second choice, seek
shelter in as large a bul!dln? as
possible and stay away from
doors, windows, f 1 r e p laces,
stoves and other large metal ob
jects
3. If no buildings are avail
able seek shelter in a deen ra
vine, foot of a cliff, or in dense
woods. Stay away from open
fields, golf courses, single trees,
or clumDS of trees and wire fenc
es. If caught out in the open
and the lightning strides seem
to be approaching the area
where vou are. abandon metal
lie ob'ects such as golf clubs,
runs. fWi poles, etc., and lie
down on the ground so as not
t
provide a path of travel for
To Climax
Cold Spring Harbor, Long Is Island.
land. Island. N.Y.
Canal old timers who hold
the "Roosevelt Medal" for Ca Canal
nal Canal construction service also
will be among the honored
guests.
Each day 'of the celebration
will emphasize a different facet
of the vigorous Teddy's life.
He will be honored as "Fath
er and Family Man." "Pioneerr
Adventurer and Naturalist,"
"Soldier." "Public Servant."
"Social Reformer," "States "Statesman."
man." "Statesman." "American."
Many persons. Including mem members
bers members of his family. Relieve that
Roosevelt areatest achievement
was the' spearheadinw of Ur't Ur't-ed
ed Ur't-ed States development of the
Panama Canal.

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SWUIMER'S STRATEGY Travelinf the Panama Canal
by horsepower before he tries it under his own power, Navy
Capt. Robert F. Legge (left) charts the route he iKul-'iAH
with his escort, Balboa policeman William T. Nail, during
a cruise through the Canal Sunday. The 53-year-old swim swimming
ming swimming surgeon, district medical officer of the 15th Naval Dis District,
trict, District, next month will attempt to become the first person titt
swim the Ocettn-to-ocean waterway in less than a day.

to be electrocuted than anything
lightning to reach the ground.
4. stay out of swimming pools.
rivers, or sail water aunng an
electrical storm. Lightning strik striking
ing striking water has been known to kill
everyone close by.
The number of fatalities
which, have resulted from
lightning in the. Canal Zone
area this year Is far above the
average. Statistics compiled by
the Health Bureau over a 40 40-year
year 40-year period, 1906-46, showed
19 deaths, o rless thin one ev every
ery every two years.
Thunderstorms, with their at
tendant features of spectacular
cloud formations, lighting .dls
plays, torrential rains, wind
saualls. and occasional hail, are
the most ootstanemg ana ire-
ouent weather phenomena of
this area.
The Canal's meteorologists
have compiled record'! of more
Nursen' School
At Ft. Clovton
Gets Bus Service
Bus service will be wovided be
ginning Oct. 1 for the children of
Diablo Heights, "Los Rlos and Co Co-rozal
rozal Co-rozal who are attending the Fort
Clavton Nursery School, it was
announced today.
The school is onen; to all ehil
ren of U.S. citizens, two-and-a-
half to S years old.
Further information may be on
tained from Mrs. Betty LockrH"e
8t Balboa 1793 Or at the school
Fort Clayton 2235.
CZ's November
Actual construction began in
1904, during Roosevelt's first
administration, and Roosevelt
arrived in, the Zone Nov. 15.
1906. for an on-the-spot survey
of the work in what was then
the first trip outside the con confines
fines confines of the continental United
States by an American presi president.
dent. president. The bust being donated bv
Bacon will rest In' the center
of a rotunda whitfh contains
in on of its niches a similar
Blzed bust of Ferdinand de Les Lessens,
sens, Lessens, the French canal builder.
Although De Lesseps success successfully
fully successfully dug the Suez Canal, he
and his French backers were
forced to pive uo in their ef efforts
forts efforts to build a Canal across

Chiriqui Frustrated
WK Govt. Says Revolutionaries
Til 1 PA I IV
Bl Planned to March on Panama

else.
than 40 years of thunderstorms
in a detailed report on this
subject, based on these ob observations
servations observations and prepared some
years ago by the. Meteorologi Meteorological
cal Meteorological and Hydrographlc Branch,
it was stated that thunder thunderstorms
storms thunderstorms occur most frequently
here In the Madden bam area
Where a 15-year record show showed
ed showed thunderstorms occurred 25
days a month for about six
months a year, May through
October.
The Pacific side of the lath'
mus has less than half that
number, based on 41 years of
observation, with the. greatest
number, 13 a month, ,oceJ0ltg
in August.
The rate for the Atlantic side,
Gatun and Cristobal, is some
what higher but neither station
has records averaging as many
as 20 in any month of the year.
The annual thunderstorm ay
erage far the four stations was
reported as: Madden Dam 197
days a year; Balboa Heignts ha;
Gatun 114: and Cristobal, 96.
These figures comaare with
average? of about 80 days a
rear with thunder In parts of
Florida where they are most
frequent in the United States,
to ah averare less than five a
year along the Pacific ceast
and In thfe Rocky Mountain
area.
Because of weather conditions
on the Isthmus, thunderstorms
are rare during the ory season
rnonths with "i averaee or less
than one a month at all stations
except Madden Dam.
Celebrations
the Itshmus of Panama after
20 years of heart brealdn la labor.
bor. labor. Bacon, who- has a broad back background
ground background of business. ciVic and
cultural affairs, has commis commissioned
sioned commissioned G. W. Derullnsky of New
York to make the bust.
It is based on a small bust
of Rosevelt by Derullnsky which
now stands in Roosevelt House
and which Is considered by
manv critics to be molt truly
representative of Roosevelt the
political leader, visionary, rough
ricr and naturalist.
The plaoue on the pedestal
of the bust will read:
"Under his dynamic leader leadership
ship leadership construction of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal was initiated and
its completion assured."

Ag Government source claimed the baring of a revolutionary plot
to capture the province of Chiriqui and finally march on Panama, the

lauonai wuarrt today
arms and am munition on
uivu uaxm Anguizoia.

Anquizola, who was released from CLstorlv vesterrtnv

has disappeared. He bad been detained last week in David on the basis of testimony
by three students who were arrested at Divisa with a quantity of weapons stjHH

Today's National Guard find included two Schmeisser 9 mm. machineguns, tep
carabines two rifles, tljree pistols, one revolver and a quantity of ammunition clips,
fuses and cases of ammunition.

Yastarday, the National Guard aaid tha atudanta and
four other man who tiad been arrested had revealed a
larfa-acala plot to takt the province of Chiriqui by assault.
.. The plot is said to have included blowing up, high highway
way highway bridges to cut off land communication with Pan Panama
ama Panama and the other provinces, raiding tha Chiriqui bank
branches and extorting money from Chiriqui's rich farm farm-era
era farm-era to buy mora arms and' employ professional soldiers
who would be brought in over the Costa Rican border.
Than this force would march on the capital.

Last night in th ca.njta.1
uie anonai (juara awe) caprof-
ed Pahama City mechanic Jose
P. Nunez Moreno here with a
supply of 50 hand grenades.
The Guard disclosed that
Niifies said he had taken the
grenades from the Panama
University and that they bad
been supplied by Mean or
(Chungo) Villalas and former
Panamenlsta Assemblyman
Norberto Zurita.
The National Guard also re reported
ported reported finding two .45 cal. pis pistols
tols pistols in Nunez' home here. Nunez
said they belonged to Zurita.
Tne secret Police reported
the capture of Vlllalaz earlv to-
aay, nut are still searching for
auma. wno owns a Panama CI
ty radio station.

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HOME AT LAST Four-year-oW

cradled in his. fathers arm few minutes after he arrived at
Tocumen airport with his mother over the weekend. Mrs. Tori

blo (right) and little Gregorlo

May so he could be fitted with artificial arms. Their trip up on
the Panama Line and back via Branlff Airways, plus their stay
and fitting a the Kessler Institute in New Jersey, was financed
bv the Canal Zone commitee for the Physically Handicapped.

The committee is one of the agencies participating in the Canal
Zone United Fund. The Toribios live In Gamboa where Toriblc

works for the Dredging Division. Gregorlo was born without
forearms but he now will be able to enjoy many of the things
boys and girls do but which were denied him because of his
handicap.

announced the discovery
a Chiriqui farm owned

fVH

" he discovery of th arm
eache nt the Aafalcela farm
was Credited to a confession
by Pericles Thalassinos, a Pa Panama
nama Panama University student who
was arrested in David follow following
ing following the arrests at Divisa last
Thursday.
Thalassinos told the National
Guard Anguizola drove the arms
and ammunition in a car with
ah Assemblyman's license Plate
about five weeks ago.
He said he followed In his own
vehicle with several other per
sons.
At the farm, the weapons were
burled by Anguizola. Juan B.
Morales, Kaiser Moranda and
Pedro Morales, Anguizola's
GregoriO Toriblo Is shown
went to the United States last

of a large quantity of
by former Assembly-

nftm- nAtinn knit f tlm
ranch foreman, the studenf
said.
Thalassinos added that tht
weapons belonged to the stu students,
dents, students, but that they had beer
given to Anguizola and othei
Liberal Party members for safe,
keeping. tj
However, Thalassinos said he
.was relieved that the weapons
had been found before any
blood could be shed.
trp t ; iifWf'-tttwA- wer
'bF'ww. uiiiBLarrst in con connection
nection connection with thalot and threi
more wre being sought.
Those under awesl included
Thalassinos, Carlos Morales
Marcos A. Rodrigues; Maun
Lasso, Rica rdo Lasso, Jose Sen
Jr., !ftaul F. (Chombo) Lam Jr.
Mufioz and Villalaz.
When arrested at Divisa last
Thursday, Sem, Rodriguez, and
Mauro Lasso were eikjHHH
two shotguns, a 30-30 carbine,
one .45 and one .25 pistols, two
knives, a spyglass, military
textbooks, a dismantled .39 re revolver,
volver, revolver, an ammunition vest, a
list of National Guard code
calls,- a list of 20 names and
191 rounds of ammunition in
an automobile.
National Guardsmen searchet
the car when th'4cettitojjigfiju
played extreme nervousness fc
tne Divisa cneckpoint
Statements by
students led to arrest!
Panama, Ricardo Lasf
rrera and Anguizola
assmos at David.
The three students
Cuban, Eligio Suri, and :
to Rican war veteraJH
Garcia, with the plptijhey
tney had been receivif,
tlons from the two
use of different Tires
the time the pair wa
by the authorities.
On CI In Two Days
Approximately 990 individua
mostly children, were immua
against diotheria rtiirinR the
day operation of the special sta
tion set up bv the Health Bureau
last week in Rainbow City, it was
announced today, hv Col. Charles
O. Bruce, health director.
The resoonse to the bureau's
quest that children there be vac
cinated was excentionaltv fine, II
was stated. An emergency team
from the Division, of Preventive
Mdicine was sssigned to the job
after six cases of djntheria were
reported In the Atlantic side com.
munity.
The Health Bureau has no plans
to assign the emergency immum.
ration team to other communities,
but diothr1a vaccrnattons will con
Wine to be gven m the Aid Sta
Hons and in th schools. An excel excel-iit
iit excel-iit rsoonse hasi bean reported
by the various Aid. Stations and
the school ohvsicisaa ht other com.
munilies, it was stated.
In its announcement today, the
Health Bureau again urged all
residents and oarticularly children
to oe tmmuiuxea: against pouo.
Many persons have "received ptiiy
one or two Sa'k vaccine injections
but three are considered necessa necessary
ry necessary for prooer immunization.
It is sneciHv important that
school children receive the com complete
plete complete immunization series for pe
,:v hecxtise o' the recent increas increas-h
h increas-h p.tmvr of rases reported lm
the United States.

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There continues to oe a goW Ucal ot tajk abQUt the conduct of
the recent Panama Rod and Keel CIud Marlin'anri Sailfish toum toum-mer.t
mer.t toum-mer.t Much of the discussion has been among the rather outspoken
and critical members of the salt-water fishermen's clan which u
comprised of a surprisingly large number of male and female : an anglers.
glers. anglers. In addition to these grumblings, many non-fishermen have
quesUJnedJhe extare tft.tapekto& complaints and in the interest
of promoting contests which have the maximum, public appeal it is
felt-that certain aspects, of the tournament should be presented for
C0MA"Smng to the publicity afforded the .contest it was the Sixth
Annual Tournament, and it is alleged that each year the same
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a l, There is no public announcement of what awards are to be

liven for which fish prior to completion oi me luunwuKin.. -arc
pledged by the merchants prior tt- start of tournament.)
2) Rules furnished the fishermen specify that one fish may win
only one prize. (In several instances two prizes were awarded for
the same fish. .'mL. J. iii.
3 Fish-entry blanks do not require certification that the rules
of the International Game Fish Asportation (IGFA were not violat violated
ed violated in boating the fish. (Among other rules, IFGA prohibits anyone
from holding the fisherman, touching the tackle, or in any way as assisting
sisting assisting the fisherman from the time of strike until the fish is ready
W ouote a few remarks that have been ovefhrad in fisherman
assemblies, these are offered: "I got a five-inch, trophy-last year
for a second place marlin and another guy got a beautiful silver tray
for a dolphin (a junk fish)." '
"Why don't they move the tournament to Miami?
How come they run the tournament for 35 days,, durme which
period some people fish for 25 days and others can only fish for
three day each pay the same entry fee."
'The announcement of prize? awarded did "not specify all Of the
types of prize and the sizes of the fir, aha. line test wre not noted
In severaUhs'anees. Whv all the secrets?1: .
"If. lie Armv and Navy were ni slow, gettine the barge to Co Co-cos
cos Co-cos as the committee is in announcing the Ar H Forces prizes the
fishermen woi&jh't have any ice or fuel supply."
The comments quoted above lo not necearilv express my
ODlnion. This article is intended primarily to outline the consensus
of tp'U'On.of a number of people, many who have actively particip participated
ated participated m the sport of salt water hine for obit a few years.
Manv fishermen and non-fish-ni-n feel that th and it
j t"..i-nmnf committee could rTf'- 'hee (WwfraH$
1 thiis precludr repetition of at least pome of the practices which
wm n ru sn miirh dissatisfaction each year.

ThftJcaMfe heen 6md4mJfaimt .ug.entrw wfl

receives u,Kyear. mayoe e recommcnawi ,irv-w "u Y"c 'v
wouW encourage .greater' particinatinn . ....
It is loped bv the author that the eontents o this article are
accented In the light of constniotive crit'Vim in an eeavor to
further the Interests of sports fiMnc In Panama Ba". Th athor
Svrsciafes that the Chore of evHif on a committee le a thankless
jSp'- nA inyariahiv hnn' c;t;'";'T" and wrath tmr.MmK down on
: fpwr ead particularly hnm h le'i
The julhor is'awaw f t. t tip th( rHriP Wnv Km'un.
vr.rable comment on hU vlnr norWH'v
"had roort?rcan!hin ard por loer" ma-v rrp-h rlr-wn v W he-4
fea rote.) However. h,e nt i1vneaf pirn"-Ttirtit l-rs und
thllS assumes full resnon-fhlI" th eontt of Ihi f'nU.
T' Further, he does b h" tvt 'hi4j4.n erw.rr rh
v'ar is the answer when th of th nroKioni rmjM inrr lnf'.
atlv lead to a solution which would be mnvallv beneficial and satis satis-"faciorv
"faciorv satis-"faciorv to all concerned. ,, ,
All of this haranwu'ng ,rith f""iiTnTo n h fact
thet he mitor Is an a"iatnr f"hnn !"! "cirn in in srea.
Yours for better fishing and W"r
t w ""." 'ot.
;u!her' Neet Che author '" nt lo n --h iv V
-"". cauht the largest mar)'" '.' n th- -- TT- h-'t
. 5. recivcd an award vet, hmh v. been infor'""'1! the sec-

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life
WHY PAY

jPf Re the recent furore about school tuition for the Canal
Zone schools. I have a few questions:
m 1 Why is the Army now paying for school supplies also? is
f this a nev law. or a new Interpretation of an old law? This
' $6 to 7 average cost for each pupil runs into money when mul mul-Atiplfed
Atiplfed mul-Atiplfed by the thousands of school-age dependents sponsored by
ithe Army. ;
m i)oes anybody know why the Panama Canal Company
? charges tuition for attendance at the aeJ- Zone-schools? Are
these teally private schools or government schools? If they are
I private schools how come thev were built with Federal money?
How was the transfer effected to change., them- from govern government
ment government schools to private schools? When aa it done? I never
read anything- about it in the pane ?
S. Does the government in Washington believe that it is
right to pay income tax for the sutwort of education" jpd also
pay tuition to attend a government scR'Ifcl? Do they '"believe
tht. only "hearts of households" nav income tax?

2? careful perusal of all
j, snerifv that dependents of U.fl.
' nrlated funds are eligible for
the e-overnment aaencies down
lng "head of the household." la
. UUUUKll TV CLdlilllg WII

at-:;

MINDI'S
Sir:

In mv opinion this Panamanian dMMWLto close the Mindi
dairy will be the last straw, if successful. When the. suppiv of

pure milk is cut off we pack our trunks and leave, and I have
so Informed the Governor's office.

. I find Panama milk unpalatable. To me it has distinctly

unpleasant taste after 24 hours
so with Mindi's milk.
I don't knew whether it has

terla count, but I also find Panama milk sours more easily than

Mindi'j.
Panama1! milk comes in
Pieces flake off. Milk drips out
- and floods the refrigerator.

understand the Army would no longer accept bottled Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian milk because it did hot consider the bottles clean enough
Dirt and. milk don't mix to the American mind.
Panama doek not produce enough milk to nourish its own

children, let alone the Canal Zone. If it did, then Panama
would not reouire those shiploads of CARE handouts. The CAR!

packets have to be distributed
, money for exorbitant milk bins.

interest in the penniless cnuaren oi Panama, or tneir nounsn-

0 ment. They only want to sell
tomers In the Canal Zone,

I much greed, partly at the expense of' the indigent children,
re"oit- r" "Hie. Governor and the State Department must say

a loud and clear "No" to the

bo Imoatient II It doesn't

appear the
order received.

limitod to ono MM length

in strictest oont.de ne.
FISHING
- ;""' t--
- "J J i ... J nAKKAMmn I
earners.
TUITION?
directives, relations, etcetera
personnel naid from appro-
thi1 so- called "free tuition but
here have nuallfied that ny add
this qrt .their own initW M or
MILK
in the refrigerator. This Is not
anything to do with the bac
poorly waxed cardboard cartons.
through the cracks in the wax
Messy and wasteful. However,
to indigent people who have no
Ana the dairy owners nave no
milk, as a monopoly, to cash cus
monopolists' proposal rlsht row.
Zone Mather

RIISIL
ATLANTIC CITY Soon there
will be few significant steel cor
porations without super-secret di
visions or space scientists 'attach 'attached.
ed. 'attached. When at a Steel Workers U-
nion convention you catch the jar-
con of atomic researchers and
delvers into the mysteries of pur
est metals the reactions of wmcn
are still unknown then you know
that the unions have begun to
change.
Soon we will not know them as
they were before the day, for ex
ample, when Wesunghouse an
nounced that it can set up an "e-
lectron farm" on the moon. Or
when U.S. Steel, at its Monroe Monroe-ville,
ville, Monroe-ville, Pa., hush-hush laboratory,,
makes iron so pure that we sim simply
ply simply don't recognize the hoary old
metal.
Alongside such development, the
internal politics of this earth u
nion, now worth over $33,000,000
becomes a mundane story. What
is fascinating in the report of
president David McDonald and the
other union officers to the United
Steelworkers' Ninth Convention is
the revelation that the industry is
using nuclear and atomic fuel and
equipment.
"The use of atomic energy will
become more and more a com
mon everyday facility in the pro-j
cessing and manufacturing of
steel," the ,3,000 delegates were
told. i
, One large steel producer alrea already
dy already has some 150 pieces of machi machinery
nery machinery and equipment operating on
atomic energy Other firms have
obtained special licenses from
the Atomic Energy Commission
for mechanisms using nuclear pow power.
er. power. This is so sew that the licens licenses
es licenses are not transferable.
The use of suche quipment has
begun changing the type of man manpower
power manpower needed to turn out steel.
In the statistics reported by the
officers is buried the biggest sto story
ry story of all, it seems to me. By 1070.
the union leaders say more than
one out of every three workers in
the stee' inusfev1, w'H be a tech technical
nical technical or office-clerical worker..
That's a r'ecarV aw.sv. Jii't the
change is setting in quickly. Right
row about 20 per cent, or One but
of every five workers, is a white
co'l?r man "or woman. Thi? i$" a
one-hundred-per cent increase in
the number of white co'lar- peo people
ple people since the union was launched
two decades ago.
By far, these thite collar peo
ire not, yet union members,
leer this challenge, -the1 union
launched a vigorous nat'nwsr eam eam-paign
paign eam-paign to organize the office and
technical workers.
If this drive doesn't succeed,
then more than a third and, aft after
er after a "while, possibly a half of the
men and ivomen ho Mm be mak making
ing making steel by pushing buttons and
refine charts will be nonunion.
For almost a year now the big
union has been brefing its orga organizers
nizers organizers and regional directors on
new techniques and if w problems
involved in going after the white
collar neonle. Social V'rature
has been distributed, including an
Office and Technical Workers
Fact Book."
This wa snecifically written as
handbook for staff people and
local union officers throwm into
the drive. Special briefings on at atomic
omic atomic efa unloosing have been
held in Philadelphia, Indianapolis,
Sparrows Potbt. Tamoa, Npw nr-
leans. Waftington, D. and Bir
mingham.
Somewhere in this convention ci
ty the "white collar" department
is planning new parleys on the
subject, in other b'g cities.
As the white collar people come
in, tnev mimn tnc mi" wooers.
the fellows whose hands have
turned out the steel for Americas
mieht. the workers you've seen
photographed in the red glare of
blast furnaces and open neartns.
Since 1953. for example, some 20.
000. production jobs have been eli
minated from -the --steel miusiry.
I talk not of unemployment here. J.
mean specific iob opening wmrn
have been sealed off forever by
automatic or atomic equipment.
Multinhy this by what's happen
ing in most of the bi miitPs.
The white collar workers are
zoomin". The p-oducon workers
are fast decreasing. In the auto
industry, for examoK over 135,000
iobs have been totally wiped out
in the nat five years. In texf'e
over 180.000" iobs went. In electric
al manufacturi"". 6s,ono jos have
gone. In oil refining, Jhe figure is
close to 20,000 jobs. In railroads,
it comest o ?00,000 jobs' in m'n m'n-ing,
ing, m'n-ing, 85.000 Jobs and 1b chemicals,
10 000 iobs.
In all these fields, the pattern
Is the same as in the steel mrh's
try jobs wiped out by improved
production techniques or automa
tion.
We'll get to the moon, but we 11
never be the same.
uaai

By VICTOR

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BROADWAYITE
IN
CALIFORNIA
Hare where the redwoods spike
high drifting fog.
They seam to dwarf the Em Empire
pire Empire State back home. .
But I still enter mem'ries m
my log,
The way a. man will do con condemned
demned condemned to roam.
A tree in Brooklyn grew into a
book
When I was there a thousand.
years age. .
I wander now how Central Park
would look
In some (mall grove out hare
where redwoods grew.
I see St
Patrick's en the Ave-
flue
Each ti mo I walk
in these ca-
thedral wildfc t
I still recall a Village
rendez-
vous
The pristine white at
noon In
any Child's.
Humble I stand where
timbers rise. .
And old Manhattan's
fills my eyes.
Guy
ancient
skyline
Fowler
Silhouettes About Town: Noel
Coward hailing a ken in front of
the Hampshire House with his ve
ry own gold whisue. .van .ui .ui-burn
burn .ui-burn and Lady Friend strolling by
the Cafe de la Paix sidewalk spot.
.Mr. and Mrs. Veep Nixon
dancing at the S tyegis. .Shir .Shirley
ley .Shirley Booth looking booth if ul atf Ju
lius Monk s 'Downstairs . .John
Payne swapping howdys with oth other
er other stars at Danny's Hideaway.
Corinne Calvet pulling up to the
noundtable on an Italo scooter
at Sardi's. .Joan Blondell turn turning
ing turning her pooch over to a $10 per
hour dawg stroller on Sutton
Place.
Sallies In Our Allev: Tonic A
at Reuben's-was the distrcit at attorney's
torney's attorney's probe of the quiz shows.
"Too bad." slghedone fan. .
"Yeh," chuckled a comic, "just
when thev finally found some hin
to do with bank vice-president'
. ..A group of undv layotfs were
cutting up ,,Eddfe Fisher's alleg alleged
ed alleged comance with Liz Taylor.
"This may kill his career," said
one. ."Could be," interrupted
another, "but wotta way to die!"
Memos of a Midnighter: 20th
Cen ury-Fox is worried over Sam
my Davis, Jrs. wooing of one of
is British imports. .They say
the Leon Henderson (former OPA
chief) are going asunderground. .
Racing circles are still gabbing
about JulesFink's big score at
Belmont last Satdee. Won $40.ooo
in 4 races at high stakes. .It's
a daughter for the Duke Hazletts.
. .Ex-midtown police sleuth Pete
Nathan (recently security chief at
the. Hotel TafM died suddenly. .
It's a Baby Girl for the ad exec
L. Rosses (songstress Angela
Drake). .Music publisher Marsin
Fisher and his wife Tracy, a for former
mer former model, parted. .The Mary
Kaye Trio, who earned $600 week weekly
ly weekly 6 vears ago, will take home fl flyer
yer flyer $400,000 in 1958. Playing only
Vega', Prc" aH ?.Sih. Jf
you think Eddie Fisher had it
tough during the headlines, you
should see his press agent, Ted
Switzer, who had to take a week
off to recover. .Singer Rosina
Pagan says she'd rather be Lit
than Lonely.
Miami Beach Vignette: Harold
Gaty. I he actor, dropped into a
Collins Avenue bar to see the re recent
cent recent "Old Timers" baseball game
on te'evlfon. ..A drunk along alongside
side alongside of him looked up at the
screen through bleary eyes and
asked: "Who's at bet?". . .Ha .Ha-rold
rold .Ha-rold replied: "Di Magglo". .The
poor fellow turned to the barten barten-d"
d" barten-d" '''iked an" softlv in're'':
"Hey Mac! How long have I been
here?"
Broadway "r-' ''""Tl La Home
giving her stellar performance in
"Jamaica" despi e agonizing back

spasms. Confined to bed when she
isn't on stage. .The "Edgar Box"
who gets author credit on TV's
"Thira Man" is playwright Gore
Vidal. i .The word in quiz show
circles is: "No contestants from
New York City. Nobody remotely
related to show biz." They want
plain folks, no geniuses. .Eliza .Elizabeth
beth .Elizabeth Hall, seen in the last fol follies,'
lies,' follies,' and 'Paul C. Flynn, a busi business
ness business exec celebrated their elope elopement
ment elopement at the Raleigh Room. .
The beauteous Croft Twin. (19)
from the other lovely lookers in
the Copa line. .If you can't spend
your money fast enough, you can
buy -Christmas tree ornaments for
$1,000 each at Place Noel on 62nd
between 2nd and 3rd. .Elvis, is
till king. He has six of the first
ten best seibng platters, accord according
ing according to Billboard's poll. .Confiie
Francis' disc, "Stupid Cupid," is
oof 'ly close to "Santa Baby.''
The Orchid Tree: Ralph Bella Bellamy
my Bellamy and the cast of "Sunrise At
Campobellb." (The Cort Thealre).
. .i'uri Maiers music-for-sweet-hearts
at, the Eden Rpc on E.
48th. .Martha Wright's version
of "As Time Goes By" via the
CBS mikes. . .Erroll Garner's

new album,. "Impressions .
Hot
Spell"
IP
at the Guild on W.
50th.
Stage Door: Roland Winters, fea featured
tured featured in the upcoming comedy
"Man in The Dog Suit," was
merica's voice (in German), to
Lord Haw Haw's anti-Allies propa propaganda
ganda propaganda in World War II. Ka'hy
Keegan English Song rstar (here
for a buUdup) secretly wed her
manager Tommy Russell last

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month. .Mdvie actress Joan Col Col-lians
lians Col-lians is trying to sublet Joanne
Woodward's New York pad. ...
Rex Harrison must exit "Fair La Lady"
dy" Lady" in London by Oct. 4th or lose
$110,000 of his 00,000 income 10
the British income taxer. .The
handsome mounted trattic
cop Satdee eves near the Cort
Theater on W.; 48th resembles
the young Errol Flynn. .The
looker wflo created all that buzz
at the swank Colony featuring a
corsage made of carrots, radish radishes
es radishes and cucumber was model San Sandy
dy Sandy Weston. .Backers of "Kiss
Me Ka e" ree'd their 45th profit
check last uik. Ten years after
its B' way premiere.
Cast of Characters: Diane Kr Kr-by,
by, Kr-by, Who has enough TV credit to
fill a col'm, is working at Macy's.
She hopes to make her "come "comeback"
back" "comeback" this season. She's 21. .
The cop in the 6th Precinct nam named
ed named Willie Sutton. The name of
America's top bank burglar. .Le .Le-nore
nore .Le-nore Lemmon. bored with play-
girling, enrolled at N. Y. Univer
sity. . .Chas. Calitri, Harlem
schoolteacher, who sold his novel,
"Strike Heaven on the Face" to
H'wood (for $200,000), turned down
another huge pile to adapt if for
the screen. To stick with his pu pupils
pils pupils at Benj. Franklin High
School. .At Hedtson had his nose
fixed so he could ge? in the mo movies.
vies. movies. He is in "The Fly" playing
a fic'ion monster,. . .The much
talked about tricky arrangement
on Patti Page's new hit "Fib "Fib-bin,'
bin,' "Fib-bin,' is the Brainstorm of Vic
Shoen, who did the ditto back backgrounds
grounds backgrounds for the Andrews Sisters'
clicks.

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WASHINGTON Our bold stand
in the Formosa Strait may be tne
last time we will dare call
Lommumst blutf. tok ist he sol
emn opinion of at least two mem members
bers members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Who are not only alarmed but
frightened over the missile out
look.
Contrary to official reassurances,
we are. not gaming but losing
grouna in the desperate race to
overtake Russia's missile lead.
Yet President Eisenhower, more
concerned about a threatened $12
billion budget deficit next year
has ordered drastic cutbacks in
defense spending.
Here are the grim facts which
Ike has chosen to ignore but can
not deny:
1. Our technical intelligence,
which has been uncomfortably ac accurate
curate accurate in the past, claims Russia
can start producing intercontinen intercontinental
tal intercontinental ballistic missiles next year at
the rate of 500 a year. This is a
full year sooner than we can pos
sibly begin matching their produc production
tion production schedule.
2. Russia already has an esti estimated
mated estimated 350 medium-range missiles
ready to launch against our bases
in Europe and Asia. Another 600
or 700 should be in place by the
end of 1959. To counteract this,
we have barely, begun to, airlift
Thor missiles to England. By
Christmas we should be able to
deliver two dozen, but the most
we plan to produce is only' 200.
3. We still don't have a rocket
engine powerful enough to launch
a satellite the size of Russia's one-
ton Sputniks. The Army and Air
Force have started werk on sep
arate oroiects which won't pro
duce such an engine until 1960 at
the earliest.
4. Missile experts agree that so solid
lid solid propellants offer the best bet
for reliable, quick launching mis
siles. Yet the budget cutters have
ordered the Air Force to slow
down development of its Minute Minute-men
men Minute-men series of solid-propelled mis missiles.
siles. missiles. Reason: Rush programs cost
more money.
5. Despite the atomic submar submarine's
ine's submarine's spectacular voyage ,.under the
Arctic icecap, the Defense Depart Department
ment Department has cut off funds for four ex extra
tra extra atomic subs. These were sup
posed tb be arrried With Polaris
missiles which cOulfl be fired trom
under the ocean at enemy tar targets
gets targets 1200 miles aWay. Rear Adm.
Hyman Rickover,, father of the
atomic submarine, toid wis col column
umn column that a fleet of these under
sea missile Carriers Would be al almost
most almost impossible to detect and des destroy.
troy. destroy. He suggested that they could
hide under the Arctic ice with e-
hough firepower to deter Russia
from ever attacking the United
States.
6. The budget slashers are also
withholding money for an atomic
bomber, despite repeated warnings
that Russia 'may beat us. into the
air with one. Congress insisted
that the project be continued when
the Defense Department tried to
hold it up earlier. Now that Con
gress is out of town, Secretary of
Defense McElroy has quietly tigh tightened
tened tightened the purse strings again.
The ordered savings, are being
taken out of funds that Congress
had appropriated. This is calculat calculated
ed calculated to make military preparedness
a hot political issue.
G.O.P. GIRDS FOR BATTLi
Spurred by the Maine election
results, the Republican national
committee is concentrating its po political
litical political fire on 90 key districts whose
Congressmen were elected two
years ago by less than five per percent
cent percent majority.
Of these marginal seats, 52 are

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Only 12 Democratic .ien.Tlnri
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Note Sen Frd Povn u
ly blaming his Maine defeat
on textUe tycoon Bernard Goldfine
man resident Eisenhower, Pb
ruefully admits his acceptance of
expensive gifts from Goldfine cost
vines.
But he is far more furious with
Ike for vetoing -a ripnrocca'
biU, important to Maine, three
days before the election. In a des desperate
perate desperate attempt to head off the ve ve-to,
to, ve-to, Payne telephoned the summer
White House at Newport, 'R.I. Yet
the President announced his poli political
tical political support for Payne arid hie
veto of Payne's bill almost simul-
laneousiy.
Headlines and footnotes: Mrs.
Barbara Gunderson collected gov.
ernment travel pay before she wag
sworn in as new Civil Service Com Commissioner.
missioner. Commissioner. The Labor Department
quietly picked up the tab for her
trip to Washington to be interview interviewed
ed interviewed for the job. She came from
South Dakota where she had been
Republican national commltto.
woman.... The Joint Chiefs nf staff
have complained privately over
tne press handling of the Formo Formosa
sa Formosa crisis. The nress rnverert tha,
crisis too accurately, they grum
bled, for them to outbluff the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communists. ..Gen. Tom
White, Air Force chief, has nro-rul
his commanders to eliminate du
plicate weapons and set an ex example
ample example in economy for the other
services. He warned that the na na-tion
tion na-tion is developing more overlap
ping weapons than the taxpayere
can anora ... a secret Air tsorce
memo warns that our plan to
launch a new series of satellites
next year could hamper our de defense
fense defense against intercontinental mis mis-siles.
siles. mis-siles. .The. memo cairns that the
skies are beenmin e a rleHal innir
yard so" Wmjmm satellite-
nipossible 6
identify an .apprpac
from the horde of si
orbiting satellites.
mg missile
ent, but tm
Silver is one of the most
widely distributed of all met metals.
als. metals. Some investigators think;
that about 2,000,000 tons of!
it floats about in the sea, but
it would not pay to get it out
Once, in the mines at Kongs Kongs-berg,
berg, Kongs-berg, Norway, a piece of solid
silver weighing three-quarters
of a ton was found, la
the main, however, silver
comes only in" ores from
which it must be separated.
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Museum-Hayden Planetarium,

Red Denunciation
Of Do Gaulle Ewb
Wooing 01 France
PARIS (UH) -;.BJ-den,
savage denunciation of pre premier
mier premier Charles de Gaulle's proposed
'strong man" cMstitytton W
peared today to have ended So-,
viet efforts to woo, France a Vy
from the Weft
There was no immediate official
reaction to the interview with
Premier, WM1 ,Khtttahchey pub published
lished published Sunday by the Communist
organ Pravda, which desalted
the constitution as an attempt to
"resurrect fascism" and make De
Gaulle a "dictator." It was, ex expected
pected expected to cause a storm of pro protest.
test. protest. 'i
There was ho doubt the Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev attack Mi heightened -.to-derbox
tension thepughou' France,
created by the current Arab ter terror
ror terror campaign and the Red-led ri rioting
oting rioting that greeted De Gaulle dur during
ing during his weekend campaign tour.
Some authorities feared a, na nationwide
tionwide nationwide wave of mobv.olence,
directed at Communists or Arans
or both.
Ine JMHTlSBCUeV BlUIVK, vupuu
two days after the proclamation
of a guerrilla "government" in
Egypt, strengthened belief the
Kremlin .will be' quick to recog recognize
nize recognize the refugee regime. Author Authorized
ized Authorized sources here have warned
recognition would be, cohsiderd a
"hostile act. ,.,
The Communist boss said the
proposed constitution; of France's
Flffh Rpnnhlir "revives memories
of events 'in Germany in 1933
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week, 12,000-lnue trip that inciuaea
a cruise beneath me iwui row
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val Shiovard aloneside another his
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MUDDY COIMQ That pet duck atop the steps of this com combine
bine combine ought to be a mudhen. Abnormal rains halted the Wheat
harvest in central Missouri early In- July. The Boone County
Missouri Farmers Association estimates that half of the wheat
crwn in the county., is still in the fields. LeRoy Kireher, seen
on coilhbinc, and. his brother Allen,, who farm near Columbia,
aire jetting out some wheat after equipping their self-propelled
combine, with half-tracks. These enable them to get through
fields where ordinary mm bines find tractors Would burjr ttstin ttstin-salvta
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Billy Graham Calls
South To Revival
Evangelist Billy Graham has
called lor ms unanoue urusaue
to be the beginning of a revival
throughout the South that will
sweep, the nation. j. :.
A crowd ot i3,i persons, wmw
and Negro, packed the Charlotte
SnnH a v for the oneninc
sermon in Graham's hometown
crusade. At least 100 others
heard the sermon by loudspeak loudspeakers
ers loudspeakers in a nearby auditorium.
Graham pointed to caanoiie s
an example of the world's trou-
Mu ...,.
Charlotte has more churches
per capita than any other city,
vpi Was nno of the hichest crime
rstvo ho said "It ma v be that
we need revival within the
churches themselves, : ne saia.
He said science h$s created
"Frankenstein in o n s t e r s and
doubts ifi ability to control, them
Wo clanrl nn lhl hrinlt llf ratSS
imnhc Wo are an taken un with
our money making that we don't
realize tne torces oi evn axe w
Crusade officiajs said 342 per persons
sons persons made "decisions for Christ"
at Graham's invitation at the
close of the sermon.
met by Rear Adm. Hyman G G-Rickover,
Rickover, G-Rickover, controversial "father of
the atoni submarine," who board boarded
ed boarded the Skate as personal repre representative
sentative representative of Navy Secretary Thom Thomas
as Thomas S- Gates.
Cmdr. James. F. Calvert, skipper
of the .nation's third atomic sub,
said at a news conference that the
purpose of the trip Was to prove
that a submarine could not onjy
nil honoath the nolar ice but
could also make surfacings In the
A'cic Sen fromume to time.
Calvert jokingly added that while
the Skate surfaced at Alpha, a
a floating ice station manned by
a grduo of International Geoohy
sical Year scientists, lite crew
swapped several gallons 1 of ice
cream for polar bear steaks.
"The st"k ws 'nedih'e," he
laughed. "I don't think the Eski-
mni reallv eat it."
The Skate left the United States
from New London, Conn.. My 30.
She departed from Spitzbergen,
Norway. Il-days later, took a nav nav-igationol
igationol nav-igationol fix and submerged to 300
feet, the submarine went about
60 miles into the polar ice cap and
surfaced in a Urge lake it discovered.

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Washington Robert P. Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, chief counsel of the Senate
Racket' Committee, in urging
court ren kai of James R. Hoffa
as Teamsters Union president:
"This is a very critical situa situation.
tion. situation. .because this group that
controls the Teamsters is so cor corrupt
rupt corrupt from the top."
LEXINGTON, Ky.-Gov. Theo Theodore
dore Theodore McKeldin of Maryland, in
expressing willingness to propose
a school integration resolution at
the southern governors' con conference:
ference: conference: "I think It would be good for
the South for us to recognize that
Uhe Constitution and the Supreme
Court's interpretation is the law
of the land."
BLACKPOOL, England Singer
Paul Robeson, in announcing his
plans to live in England:
"I still will travel the world.
and whenever I go back to Ameri America
ca America it will be for a short stay an
overnight stop, so to speak.'
BOSTON Mrs. Gladys Heffer Heffer-nan,
nan, Heffer-nan, after being hit by a bat flung
by "old friend" Ted Williams:
"I'm all right and it wasn't
Ted's fault. It was Just an acci
dent."
Fugitive Scoleri
Brothers Returned
To Philly In Irons
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) -The
fugitive Scoleri brothers. Anthony,
29, and Joseph, 23, were returned
here in irons yesterday and au authorities
thorities authorities indicated they would seek
an early trial for the two in the
holdup-slaying of a South Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia drygoods store owner.
Detectives and unuormeo po'
licemen swarmed throughout
North Philadelphia Station as the
brothers were returned from Kan
sas City, Moa where they were
captured on Friday.
Thpv had been souerht in an in
tense manhunt after Max Gordon,
44. was shot down in a blazing
gun battle with three gunmen wno
invaded his combination drygoods
store and check cashing agency.
At a stopover in Chicago, police
said, the two brothers admitted
terrorizing a druggist and his
mother in a holdup there.
Mrs. Ida Iocco, 24, named by
police as an alleged companion
of the Scoians in their noidup noidup-marked
marked noidup-marked flight to the Midwest, was
left severely burned at a Chicago
hospital by a man believed to be
one of the brothers. She later was
returned to Philadelphia
A third suspect in the Gordon
slaying. Richard (Ricky) Woods,
21, was found in a shallow grave
near Clementon, JN.J., last week
following a tin by Mrs. Iocco.- Po
lice said he had been fatally
wounded by a bullet from Gor
don's gun.
Steel Production
Expected To Hit
Highest Level
nicw YORK fUPn Steel pro
duction this week is expected to
rise to the highest level since
ltst Dec. 2, the American Iron
and Steel Institute reported yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mills scheduled output tnis weeic
at i.793.nnn tons or 66.4 ner cent
nf "rsnapitv which com oared with
actual production last week at
1,771,000 tons or tsa.ft per cent w
caoacity.
Prod net ion last week was 26.-
000 tons below the estimate for
the week.
This week's forecast would
malra it thp prealest week in steel
production since Dec. 2 when
1,831,000 tons were prooucea.
Accountings for the pick-up is
ctrnnir riamanri for steel from the
key construction and auto Indus
tries. Labor peace, expeciea in
the auto industry because of the
of a three-vear Ford Mo
tor Co. wage pact last week, will
be a furthe'- noon 10 steei output,
exoerts said:
A. month ago steel production at
63;5 per cent of capacity yielded
l,71j5.uoo tons, a, year ago ouipur
at .2 per cent of capacity
amounted to 2,105,000 tons.
Milk this week were exnected
to produce at a rate of 111.6 per
cent of tne i47-4 average pro production,
duction, production, against actual output last
week at 110.2 per .cent.
Freiqht. Passenger
Trains Collide
At Bloomf ield
BROOMFIELD, Colo. (UPI) (UPI)-A
A (UPI)-A 51 -ear freight train slammed
head-on into a passenger train at
the Broomfield station, just north northwest
west northwest of Denver, yesterday.
Two crewmen on the passenger
train were killed and at least 27
persons, IS of them passengers,
were injured.
The Colorado and Southern
Railroad, which owned both trains
identified the dead as engineer
S. W. Johnson and fireman P. J.
Loughry, both of Denver.
The locomotive Of the friehgt
train piled on top of the passen
ger locomotive directly in front of
the Broomfield station.
Crews using crowbars and blow
torches removed the body of
Ijougyry from the wreckage.
Johnson's body was still pinned in
the locomotive nearly two hours
after the collision.
Witnesses estimated 'hat the
fre!t!ht, bound from Denver to
BilHngs, Mont., wss trave'mg 40
to 50 mllei an hour when it
smashed into the passenger train
which had slowed to about 20
miles an hour to make a mail
drop. The passenger train had the

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COL. CECIL HOLMES, commandant of the TJ.S. Army Caribbean
School, Fort Gulict, pins on the School's Crest oh Col. Phil B.
Cage, commandant of the US. Ailr Force School for Latin Amer Americans,
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By DICK KLIINIR
vary inf.ai The sur
prising saga of the, Glenn Miller
nanu is ncvei-um ""
n9mMit. even to the current
leader, Ray McKinley.
i ...ki nan, veneration has
grown up since :Muler was killed
auring wona war u, "u -ven
that generation has become
Miller fam. McKinley ys he
played a dance in Evansville,
Ind., for a teen-age wui uic
wasn't a soul in the place over 15
and he faced the evening's work
with trepidation.
"I'm not generally a nervous
man," aayi McKinley, with his
Fort Worth drawl, "but I sure
was that night. And you know
something?
Tljey loved it."
They should. There's never beel
music like Miller's (this is obvi obviously
ously obviously an unprejudiced article) and
Ajvir.i, ho. tront the faith. The
JHtnuu Mama vjr
arrangements even the new ones
j L. e (k. Millar mnlH
aro rJigni. uui ui ww
J J Hu continued success
of this groupeven though there's
not one man in-tw uum w
with Miller belore the war is the
record sales story. They keep
grinding out albums, and people
keep buying them. Then, too; the
band plays the top apots, like
their current engagement at the
Waldorf-Astoria, and the attend attendance
ance attendance is always great.
McKinely is honest shout his
own story.
"T almost made it over the
hump to the big time a few times
on my own, says tne great arum-
Republicans Begin
Cracking Back
At Truman Speech
wAouTMnTnu rtiPTV The Re-
n num.wv'
publican Party began firing back
at former President Truman to today,
day, today, accusing him of "many mis
statements ana muu-iuuBiuB
his first round of 1958 campaign
speeches. ...
nop National Chairman Meade
Alonrn iasneri a "Truman vs The
Ti-nth Fact Sheet" and said 'he
national committee would prepare
more if necessary to correct
the former president's "major
misstatements. -Aiorn
said Truman SDeeches
last week included "a mountain-
sized pile of distoruons, nait nait-t,,ihc
t,,ihc nait-t,,ihc snri nntripht deliberate
falsehoods designed to deceive
Americans. ,,
"It is most Interesting to note
that Mr. Truman makes no men mention
tion mention nf his nartv'x national stand
on civil rights and offers no ex
planation to ms nonnern audi audiences
ences audiences as to why southern Demo
xratc are eloeinff nublie schools
rather thsn obeying tb law," Al
corn saiu. ;
To Truman's charge the GOP
wanted to prevent full production,
the "fact sheet" laid national pro production
duction production this year was about 100
billiota dollars above the peak
year under the Truman adminis administration.
tration. administration.
As for bis statement Republi Republicans
cans Republicans wanted som unemployment
and wanted to hold wages down,
the GOP replied that more Amer Americans
icans Americans are at work pnrt earning
more than ever before and per personal
sonal personal income is at record levels.
Commenting on Truman's re remarks
marks remarks about the budget, the na national
tional national committee said the national
rteht had risen 234 billion dollars
under Democratic administrations
and that the recent Democra'ic
Congress had voted for more
nendine than the Fisenhower ad
ministration asked.
The GOP said Truman is
right" in saying missile research
was delayed but declared "he is
the one who held up the research
programs.
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Miller Magnet

Draws Em
BSsVl
Nan Mitchell: Rar McKinley i
mer and band leader. "Maybe
I'm-unlucky or something, but I
never quite made it. Tne war
stopped me once, and then TV.
but X know that now it's tne Mil Miller
ler Miller name that brings them in, so
it'll stay the Glenn Miller oanu,
with my name underneath."
McKinley thinks Tex Beneke,
first to take over the Miller band,
name and arrangements, made a
mistake in playing down the Mil Miller
ler Miller name. He aims to profit there thereby,
by, thereby, and make no similar error. So
far, he's doing just great.
Another outfit that is establish establishing
ing establishing quite a record of longevity in
music is The Honey dreamers. This
five-person (three boys, two girls)
vocal group was started in '46by
some studeius at St. Olaf College
in Northfield, Minn.,
Over the years, there' ve been
changes in the complement but
two of the originals, (Marian and
Bob Davis) are still with them,
and the same. basic musical idea
and sound has survived.
Currently, The Honeydreamers
consist of two married couples
the Davises and Nan and Bob
Mitchell plus Kevin Gavin. Since
Kevin is married, too, they are
five happy people over their cur current
rent current work, which is mostly on sing singing
ing singing commercials. This lets them
stay close to home.
"Most of our time is spent and
our money earned from commer
cials, says Marian. "But the oth other
er other jobs are necessary for getting
commercial jobs plus the artistic
satisfaction and fun we get out
of them. We'll do a TV d?te or
make a record and enjoy it, but
we do it mostly to showcase our
group, and out of that comes the
lucrative commercial jobs."
The group is unusual, in that
they aren't signed with a record
company. Instead they have their
own. They don't issue records un under
der under their own label, however, but
merely teake them themselves
and sell Ole masters to major
companies. There's a Dot album
coming, full of college ballads
like "Flirtation Walk" and such,
for example.
In this way, they record the
songs they want, in the way they
want. It works out well for all
concerned.
DICK'S PICKS: There's another
wild one from Bill Haley and His
Comets on Decca called "Whoa
Mabel!" Others: "I'm a Big Girl
Now" (Clare Nelson, Epic); "You
Better Know It" (Lena Home,
RCA); "Gee, But It's Lonely"
(Pat Boone, Dot); "If Your Heart
Doesn't Dace" (Toni Arden, Dec Decca);
ca); Decca); "I Will" (Ferlin Husky, Cap Capitol);
itol); Capitol); "Rock-a-Bolero" (Rosina Pa Pagan,
gan, Pagan, Palladium); "Little Kitten"
(The Field Brothers, Carlton);
"Friendship Ring" (Royal -Aires,
Gallo); 'Til Love You" (Carmen
McRae, Decca).
Two very special pop albums
arrived this week, as the fall sea season
son season begins to bring out better re release.
lease. release. 0" 's "nMafO"e Sins
the Blues," on RCA, a fine pack package
age package with Harry Belafonte show showing
ing showing another ide of his fabulous
talent. The other is "Songs of the
World," a two-record ColIecMon
from Columbia. On it, the Nor Norman
man Norman Luboff Choir sings one song
from each of many nations both
in the original language and in
English. It makes beautful listen listening.
ing. listening. A fine new stereo release from
RCA In he classicsl nVnartment
is "P'ctu'e st an Exhibition,"
the Moussorpskv mateniece. as
orcheatra'ed bv Ravel. Riner and
the Chicago Svmnhony Orchestra
olav it. and it's great on stereo.
particularly the rebounding ls pic
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MISS MARIAN SMITH, MR. tHESEI-DlXY
Xo BE WED IN NUPTIAL MASS SATURDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Prank C. Smith of Curundu wunce toaa
the approaching marriage of their daughter, Marian Alice, to
Bertrand Lheseldine of Washington, D C. The marr age
JrfSi be solemnised at a nuptial mas. Saturday morning at 10
o'clock at the Sacred Heart Chapel in Ancon.
After the ceremony, a reception will be given in the Fern
Room of the Tivoli Guest House. Although no formal nota notations
tions notations have been issued, friends of the young couple are invited
to attend.

Women's League Members
Visit Hospital Patients
Ladies of the Chinese Women s
League in Panama visited women
patients in the Tenth Ward at
Santo Tomas Hospital yesterday.
Useful gifts and edible delicacies
were presented the sick as tokens
of thoughfulness from the Chinese
Colony.
Hardy Return
From Ststos
Mr. and Mrs Rufus Hardy
of Balboa Heights relumed Sun Sunday
day Sunday nigh' after several months in
Boston and Washington. D. C.
Chandlers Announce Birth
Of First Child, A Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Badger J. Chan Chandler
dler Chandler of Fort Galiek announce the
birth of their first child, a daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, at the Coco Solo Hospital on
September 9. She has been named
Leona Evelyn after her paternal

grandmothe", Mrs. Leona E. Chan Chandler
dler Chandler of Vanceboro, N. C.
Mrs. Barfield Joins
paughter In Stales
Mrs. LeRoy L. Barfield of Mar Margarita
garita Margarita left by plane Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon for Myrtle Death, a. C, to
be with her daughter and son-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carter
Jr.. following the death of their
newborn daughter, Diana Lee.

MEETINGS

Housing Dtvtlopmtnt

Answer to Previous Puxxle

ICIOSS DOWN

1 Faucets
2 Wrought
ralitnrt
JMerk
4 Senior
s Conflict
I Straightened
7 Unas Piratad

Licit M Building 41 Wilt

Window types 21 German city 4T tad cry

10 work aoHighearej
11 Nick 11 Counsel
is Rubber St Mora painful
20 Singing voice 25 Cringes
22 Tilts 40 M iiplaters
24 Demigod 41 Giant
26 Angered 41 Turns bitter

Each notice for inclusion in this
column should 0. submitted so
to-writtoo form and mailed
tha baa numbat listed daily in So Social
cial Social and Otherwise," 01 delivered
try h.na ta the oHict. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
m phone.

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MOSLEM GRAVES FOUND
ALGIERS UPf( ) French troops
have discovered mass graves with
several dozen corpses of Moslems
in the Djurdjura Mounters of
western Constantine, the French

'Army reported today Army ui ui-ificers
ificers ui-ificers believed the Moslems were
i slain by fellow Moslem rebels is
a recent purge.

St. Luke's Altar Guild
The monthly meeting of the Al

tar ouiiu 01 wauieurai 01 01. iu.e
will ie neld in the Guild Room
at 7:30 tiuse verung.

DOROTHY CHASE
STUDIO OF DANCE
Reopens Wednesday October 1
1 ursea include: Ballet. Tap. Moe, Tumbling- for "little
guys," Rhythmic Exercises for women.
Registration held at residence "44-A Las C
Street, Balboa, (near Balboa-Post Office)
FRIDAY September 263:00 to 5:00 p.m.
SATURDAY September 279:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

Natural History Society
To Hear egnineers
Aduressing members of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canai iNa.urai Hsitory So Society
ciety Society at a meedng tomorrow even evening
ing evening will be tour members of tne
Panama Canal Company's engin engineering
eering engineering uivision. Tne group, includ including
ing including K. H. Stewart, A. it. Ward,
L. iricG. tsranul ana E. B. Stevens,

are expected to provide interesting
rniornution concerning the propos proposed
ed proposed Balboa bridge lor tuture "side "sidewalk
walk "sidewalk superin.endents''.
The meeting is planned for 8

p.m. at the JWB-UbO Building in

Baiboa. Members are urged to con

tact newcomers and bring them to

me meeting.
Altar Rosary Society
To Meat This Evening

The September meeting of the

AKar Rosary Society of Ancon will

meet at 7:30 this evening at tha
social hal of Sacred Heart Chapel.

Hostesses will be Mrs. Catherine

Morehouse and Mrs. C. A. Mug

nier. Plans will be made for the

annual communion breakfast, to
be held at the Tivoli Guest House
October 5, and the reception for

new members later that day. Mem

bers are urged to attend tonight's
meeting and prospective members
are invited.

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Is Vital To Maine's Economy

BY GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA Food and Marketi Editor

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mellow
taste

Maine, a hunter's dream and
land of summer camps, is also
one of the nation's important sup suppliers
pliers suppliers of food.
At McNamara's near Winthrop,
known widely as a hungry man's
haven, we had fried clams, lob lobster
ster lobster salad and blueberry pie that
tasted like just this side of para paradise.
dise. paradise. We asked Esther McNama McNama-ra
ra McNama-ra one of the most beautiful wom women'
en' women' in the state, and friend of ma many
ny many years, how McNamera i cook cooked
ed cooked these dishes so amazingly. Sur Surprised,
prised, Surprised, she replied modestly We
just fry Maine clams, boil Maine
lobsters and use Maine huckleber huckleberries.
ries. huckleberries. Why do you askp"
In South Psrig, at the Impres Impressive
sive Impressive freezing plant of Burnham
and Morrill, we watched farmers
bring in huge baskets of green
beans and garden peas grown in
the state's cool climate. Later we
enjoyed some of those beans in
Gardiner, at the home of Ben F.
Pike of the Maine Department of

Economic Development, mi viva vivacious
cious vivacious wife Louise steamed, then

marinated them in lemon mice

mri nlive oil. and served them as

salad with chopped onions.

In Augusta, the state capital,

rnmmiuinner of AOTlCUlture K. L

Newdick told us that intensified

agricultural research and the cer

tifipr notato seed program is con

atantlv umirading the important

notato croo. We ate proof of this

at the Augusta House in Augusta

and in Bar Harnor at ma motor

Hotel above the beautiful harbor
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GOSSIP IN GOTHAM
Yul Brynner, one of the sexiest
of all stage and flicker actors, is
apt to make page one news in
the near future. .The bodyguard
of the late gangster Johnny Ro

berts disappeared into thin air
soon after the murder and hasn't
been head from by any of his
close friends. They think if be

were alive and jus. hiuuig he'd get
word to them. It may be story for
the city desks. .The ex-Mrs.

Grace Robinson ic keeping a ro

slow down the legal action on the
Debbie Reynolds Eddie Fisher
rift. Fiscal complications have
lawyers for both sides burning the
midnight oil, because financial re records
cords records must be examined minu.ely,
and associates think it may be
weeks betore any suit is filed.
No one who was close to the si situation
tuation situation the last time Eddie played
Las Vegas was greatly surprised
by his ruthless attitude toward

his young wife. They recall that
when she flew in to be present at
his closing performance he kept

mantic secret. He's a colonel in to his habit of sleeping until even

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WASHINGTON (UPI) If

you want a job in one of the most
exciting places in Washington

the United States senate per

haps the easiest route is is to nave
a father who's a United States

Senator.

That's the nath traveled by at

tractive and efficient Diane Car Carroll,
roll, Carroll, daughter of Colorado's De

mocratic Sen. John A. Larrou.

But the crack 28-year old execut executive
ive executive secretary, who has hired the

seven other girls on ner tamer s
staff, has Other tips.
First, a recommendation from
someone in the home state. Sec

ond, experience in a legislatively

helpful field. Third, congenial

it plus typing and shorthand,
A senate staff job may start at
about $3,000 a year. The top job
in a senate office has a legal ceil ceiling
ing ceiling of $18,300 that of administra administrative
tive administrative assistant.
On the experience question,
Diane finds her two year! as a
District Court clerk in Denver an
asset in matters which her father
deals with as a member of the
Judiciary dtommittee. An o t h e r
staffer in the office is a former
employe of the Army's liaison of-

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partner's opening no-trump was

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in fact, to beat three odd. but

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hand out the window.

West opened the seven of spades spades-South
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a third spade in order to trump

in dummy. West discarded a dia diamond
mond diamond and dummy made its small
trump.
South tried to cash dumy's two
top diamonds, but West was un

kind enough to trump She king.

Now west played the ace and
eight of hearts and South was in
dummy, He lad a club and East
queen held the trick.
East cashed his two remaining
3ueens for the fourth and fifth
efensive tricks and then led his
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overruifed with the ten to beat

the hand.
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lead a club at trick two. His se

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could lead to many other places
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Carroll currently is looking for

a new administrative assistant oe

cause his former aide has gone

back home to run for Congress

well briefed for the office from

his duty with Carroll "on the Hill"

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dent Eisenhower today ordered
imports of lead and tine limited

to tour tut us at me annual

average during the 1953 57 per

lod.

The President annroved a Tar

Iff Commission recommendation

that the domestic lead and zinc

industry be siven some relit' un

tier the escape clause in recipro

cal trade agreements with other

countries.

In identical letters to the Sen

ae Finance and House Ways and

Means committees. Eisennowe

recognized that imposition

quotas was "an unusual step.

"But it is better suited than

tariff increase to the unique cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances of the case and more
likely to lead to enduring solu solutions
tions solutions behef'clil to hr -t Vad
and zinc industry," he said,

the U.S. Air Force.

Barry Sullivan had better be
great in "Goldilocks" and so far
nobody has accused him of that
to counteract the ill-feeling he's
engendered with his obvious con contempt
tempt contempt of the New York press.
Typical example: although he'd
been living as man and wife with
Gita Hall in at least two hotels, a
query from this newspaper aa to
whether or not they'd been mar
ried brought the sneering reply,
"lm tot busy to answer .that."
The date on which he was too
busy to say yes or no was Sep

tember 510 days before it was

formally announced that oe and
Miss Hall had indeed been mar

ried and now were warming up

for the divorce.

Brigitte Bardot't boat friends

still art batting sht'll never get

to alter with guitarist Sacha

Distal, although ptlctorlady they
make Mich of a pair. Bvery-

ne thinks they adore having
their "privacy" invaded by the

photographers for th national
magazines, both their careers

have boon enhanced by tha pu

blicity, and they'll carry the gag

as far as it will go.

District Attorney Frank O'Con

nor of Queens and his aide,

Francis X. Smith, are about to
expose a huge real estate scandal
in which hundreds of Investors all
over the U.S. were defrauded of

millions of dollars. The crooks us

ed a device by which oroc-ertv was

sold over and over to people in
different parts of the countrv. The

books of. the real estate corpora

tion invoivea nave oeen sunpoenaed.

A mze of red tape is apt to

ing, and no one met Debbie at the
airport. She had to borrow a dime
to call the hotel and ask for a ear
to be sent to pick her up.
;'-v '.' .ik
Java P. Morgan's romance
with Duke Nilos appears to be
the real real thing, and Tbi pan
Alloy gals expect them to an an-"unco
"unco an-"unco Hi. wedding flash any
day now. Duke Is tha U.S. re re-prosontativo
prosontativo re-prosontativo of wealthy French
bandleader Ray Ventura. .Lw
cilia Ball is said to bt interos,t-.
d in the starring role opposite
Andy Griffith in th. muslesT ver version
sion version of Bestry Bides Again".
She certainly doesn't need what whatever
ever whatever money th, show could pay,
but she might relish the new
The Llll St. Cyr-Ted Jordan

marriage is ricky. "Other wom woman"
an" woman" trouble.
Gov. Faubus of Arkansas has in-

creased his bodyguard because he
fears an assassination attempt. .
Intimates say Keeiy Smith is un unhappy
happy unhappy about losing the spot on
the Milton Berle TV show-and
Spouse Louis Prima is suffering
the $7,250 that went with it,
from her annoyance, since ha

maae me decision.

Princess Sadruddins Kahan th

former Nina Dyer, has been thf

taw or jwayiair ever since she ap appeared
peared appeared at the Aga Khan's ball in
a Western-style strapless evening
dress by no strotch of the imag.
ination a sari and a chinchilla

wrap.

Since the nartv was oivan hv

the Ismail! sect of the Moslems in

Britain for their leader, it was

thought by some traditionalists
that Indian garb was indicated for
the key ladies. But the lovely ex ex-model
model ex-model resists Oriental overtones;
She prefers to be called "Nina"

rsther thgn "Princess ShWn." the

name the Ismailis have given her.

"civ a mau new iao in
Greenwich Village-pizza parties
at which the pies are spiked with

gut? .uuservers or protocol are a
it aghast over Georae Sanders'

announcement of his engagement
to Benita Hume. In the first place,
it s rather soon for the widow to
make romantic plans, in the sec-

ono piace, any fan of Emily Post

of

A worried mother writes: "For

two years our IT year old daus:h

ter has been soine steadv with

the same boy. He's aU riant-. I

guess out no certainly isn't out

standing in any way. He doert.'t

maKe good grades, doesn't have

especially good manners, and he

seems to have no ambition at all

it frightens mv husband and

me to see our daughter, who is a

cmat't t1inrt liuibi.. .1.1 U.:.. 1 I. .. . I ,. ,. ....

. ,'nmivwin sir, ucgimiing nftiwws oeiroinat linings art
her third year of going steady customarily announced hv tha

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to offer her except the security of
having a steady date. Do you

think we ought to tell her she. has

to stop dating him'?'

wot unless you want a reb;'l

lions daughter on your hands.

You've let this situation go on

too long to suddenly decide to put

an end to it.

You can't let a girl so steadv

with boy for two years and

then say, "All right. That's e

nough." v

The only way parents can keen
daughter from tying herself

down to one boy is to refuse to

let her go steady in the first plac
Once parents give in snd let

daughter go steady, honing that

she'll soon grow tired of a, cm

tain boy and shift to another, thev

are taxing the risk that she won't
make tha break.
They are also taking the risk

that she will mistake habit ani

security for love.
It's mighty easy for a sirl who

has been listening for' the same

boy's telephone calls for two

years, leiung mm- an ner irounii's
and going every plaee with him,
to think she is really in love.
That's the big danger of to'i
early steady dating. But parents
need to set the danger when thftlr
daughters are 14 and 15 not Ht
16 or IT when thiy have already
been going steady for a couple

iof years.
You can, and should, try to sell

your daughter on the idea Mat

her. "security" is iust a rut. Bui
as for telling her the can't date a
boy you've neon letting her' go
steady with for two years-nht.
hist asking for trouble. Don't do
it.

lady's family, not the groom-to-

The trade is talking about an
upcoming foreign film that's like likely
ly likely to make history a Jacques Ta Tali
li Tali comedy titled "My Uncle Mr.
Hulot." Very funny, everyone says
. .No fan magazine is likely to
reveal Tony Curtis' affectionate
nickname fo wife Janet Tin,
but it's a tribute to her figure.
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If an older woman In your house
hold goes around gloomy every everyday,
day, everyday, encourage her to take more
care with her beauty routine. It's
surprising how much better any
person feels with a new becoming
hairdo, an occasional manicure
and clean, well-pressed clothing,
A housewife likes to be neat and
attractive just as a business wo woman
man woman does. She can set aside a few
minutes each dn- for a simple
beauty routine. This may include
? manicure once 8 week. But one
thing to remember about a man manicureit
icureit manicureit is bet'er to wear 00 fin fingernail
gernail fingernail nollh then to go ground
with chipped polish.
Severely chapped hands from
the weather or harsh soap need
prompt treatment. If cracking has
begun, you may want to use an
antiseptic ointment to prevent in in-fection.
fection. in-fection. Otherwise, use a soften softening
ing softening cream often during the day
and it night apply an extra rich
cresm and slip on clean white
cotton gloves.

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, lilt

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NRWSPA
page mi

Social and Oth

Exchange Student
Returni To State
Miss Carol Angello of Buffalo,
N. Y., who has been an exchange
student at Panama City's Justo
Arosemena High School, will re return
turn return to the States tomorrow. While
in the Isthmus, she was bouse

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JHSTER M. GEORGE, OSF

Curundu Girl Now

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As Franciscan Nun
Sister M. George, O.S.F,, the
former Miss Helen T, McFadden,
daughter of Mrs. G. E. McFad McFad-den
den McFad-den of Curundu, took for life' the
vows of poverty, chastity, and o o-bedienee
bedienee o-bedienee as a Hospital Sister of
the Third Order of St. Francis, at
the St. Francis of Asslsi Church,
Springfield. 111. early this month.
She entered the convent In IMo
and after her novitiate, made her
profession of first vows on June
13, 1953.
Sister M. George was graduat graduated
ed graduated from Balboa High Sehol, and
attended the Canal Zone Junior
College. After her religious pro profession,
fession, profession, she graduated from St,
John's Hospital School of Nursing,
Springfield. 111. and is now sta stationed
tioned stationed at St. Anthony's Memorial
Hiswtal, Effingham, ill.
The Most Reverend William A,
O'Connor, Bishop Of Springfield, of
ftoia'ed at 8 the ceremonies during
;Which 15 sisters made their final
profession.
Following her profession of vows,
and imitating; the pirR t St.
Francis of Assisi, the founder of
her order, M. George became eli eligible
gible eligible for the privilege of serving
the sick and poor in hospitals or
in their homes.
She may give special care to
the poor in a premature center,
foundling home or other institution
in one of many states. The hospi hospital
tal hospital Franciscans also Have missions
in the Orient.

guest of Mr. and Mrs. Belisario
i'ejada of Rio Abajo.

Cristobal KofC

To Dance Oct. 10,
Give Essay Prizes
In commemoration of the anni anniversary
versary anniversary of the birth of Crisiopher

Columbus, the Cristobal Council

1689, Knights of Columbus, an
nounced plans for their celebra

tion exercises. These exercises will

be twofold.

As spark to their pre-Chriat-mas
charity drive, they are plan planning
ning planning a Columbus Memorial Dance

to b held on Friday night, Oct.
10, at the Cristobal Sky Room with
Lucho Azcuraga and his orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra. Reservations to the dance is

limited to members and their
friends. The charge for admission

will include snacks and set-ups

Proceeds from this affair will go
toward the annual Christmas par parties
ties parties that the council holds in the
small villages on Gatun Lake and
other charitable ventures of the
council in Colon and the bishop's
missions.
Another feature of the commem commemorative
orative commemorative exercises will be the An Annual
nual Annual Inter parochial Christopher
Columbus Essay Contests. Each of
the parochial schools in Colon
have already been tint a. -ted and
plans of the contest explained. The
winning essay will receive a prize
of $15 and the second best will
receive a prise of $10.
The school at which the student
writing the best essay attends will
be given a plaque, It is anticipat anticipated
ed anticipated that the students of the Colon
parochial schools will participate
in this contest with the same en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm as' in the past years.
Christopher Columbus holds
great significance to this area
since he waa one of the early dis discoverers
coverers discoverers of this part of the world,
and also it is after him that Co
Ion was named.

Meetirt

Charity Card Greup
Plan Meeting Thursday
Dessert and cards will highlight
the meeting of the Charity Card
Group of the Balboa Woman's Qub
Thursday at 12:30 at the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Officers' Open Mess. Hand Handling
ling Handling reservations are Mrs. W, A.
Daniels, Panama 34711; Mrs. W.
C. Merchant, Balboa 3317; and
Mrs. Thomas S. McKibbon, Bal

boa 4459.

Knights l Columbia
Te Hear Navy Speaker
The Cristobal Council 1619,
Knights 'of Columbus, will meet
this evening at 7:30 at the council

chamoers in Margarita, rne Busi Business
ness Business meeting wilt be followed by
a lecture on U.S. Naval sea pow power
er power bv Enaifn Micheln" He will
illustrate his discussion with slides.
All members are urged to attend.
Birthday Celebration
Planned Par Members
The Gardenia Social and Snor Snoring
ing Snoring Club will mee Sunday evening
at 8 at the home of Mrs. Maude
Jarne to celebrate the birthdays
of three club members. Members
are reminded to bring packages.

Quadrille Notes

The Gay Steppers Social and
Sporting Club wiU hold a square
dancp practice session tonight at
the French Society Hall.
The session will start at 8 p.m.
with Garcia and his Progressive
Five.

GOODBYE AND GOOD LUCK Mrs. Molly Keever. center, was
honored by members of the Albrook NCO Wives Club at a fare farewell
well farewell coffee. Presenting the Rift is Mrs. Marie Dickson, hospitality-chairman.
Mrs. Barbara Hoople presides at the coffee
service. v

Scientists Give Outline
On Science Of Psychology

The Progressive Square Dance
Club has announced a practice
session at the Paraiso Gvm Fri Friday
day Friday night at 8 p.m. All square
dancers are invited.

Music will be
and his square

by Prof. Murphy
dance band.

Requiem Mass
A requiem mass will be held
Thursday morning at 7 a.m. in
the San Pranclsee da la Calata
Church for the repose ef the
sould of the lata Mrs. Clarice
George Williams.

3 Senators Pledge
To Seek Change
In Senate Rules
WASHINGTON (UPI) Four
senators two Democrats and two
Republicans pledged yesterday
to seek a change in Sen. rules on
the opening day of Congress next
January to choke off the "veto
power" of filibusters.
, The senators, in a letter to all
Senate candidates in the Novem November
ber November elections; called the. present
rule of almost unlimited debate
a "gravedigger of much effective
civil rights legislation."
The four lawmakers also made
elear they will push for stronger
civil rights legislation if success successful
ful successful in their fight to curb talka talkathons.
thons. talkathons. They said the school inte inte-tration
tration inte-tration row had pointed up the
need for such laws.
The letter was signed by Sens.
Clifford P. Cm (R-N.J.), Paul
H. Douglas (D-Ill.), Hubert H.
Humphrey (D-Minn.) and Jacob
X. Javits (R-N.Y.).
They said the rule change is
necessary to "curb the veto pow power
er power of the filibuster and make the
Senate a more effective boy
The rule under attack requires
84 votes to shut off debate on
leisure and frequently has been
? P"e l ivH
rights legislation.

Strife Between Christian, Moslems
Threaten Lebanon With New Violence

BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI) -Increasing
strife between Chris

tians and Moslems threatened re

volt-torn-Lebanon wUk more vio

lence,1 'last nifnr'eve ot Maj.
Gen. Fuad Chebab's installation
as compromise president.

The Christian Phalange, a emi emi-military
military emi-military group hat fought he

rebels during the iour-month cri

sis, g announced, last night Mat

ttwo rebels were shot and killed

and several others wounded in a

running battle-of-snipers in the

past 24 hours.

A Phalange spokesman said (he

rebels started the fighting by
hurling a bomb,

Hensions in this divided country

have mounted dangerously ince
the kidnaping on Friday of a

Christian Phalange newspaper newspaperman,
man, newspaperman, an outspoken critic of the
rebels and of U.A.R. President

Gamal Abdel Nasser. It was (he
killing of a pro-Nasser newspaper

man that touched oft the rebellion

against outgoing President Ca Ca-mille
mille Ca-mille Chamoun last spring.

The sniper skirmish was an another
other another in a series of menacing ac actions
tions actions by the Phalange and the
Moslen rebels since newspaper newspaperman
man newspaperman Fuad Haddad was last seen
being dragged by two armed men
into the rebel Basta sector of
Beirut on Friday.
The Lebanese army was tak taking
ing taking stringent measures to prevent
the opposing forces from any ac action
tion action that could disrupt the transi transition
tion transition from Chamoun to Chehab.
Chehab was a compromise candi candidate
date candidate elected by parliament.
AH leaves were cancelled and
the troops placed on a fully-ml-bilized
status. The army clamped
a 24-houi curfew on the city and
doubled patrols in n effort to
guard against serious disturb disturbances.
ances. disturbances. A smi blockade was
thrown about the city as an add added
ed added precaution
But the Christian Phalange de defied
fied defied the curfew and began throw throwing
ing throwing uB barricades around 'he

Christian aector of Beirut while

armed Phalangists stood guard
against possible attack. A Phal-

anee spokesman said "more than

1.000 armed supporters had been
brought into the city during the
psst 24 hours and that several
thousand more had been held
back oh orders rom headquar headquar-quarters.
quarters. headquar-quarters. The army ordered the curfew 24

BECAUSE OF

HFBREUS DAY OF ATONEMENT
OUR STORES

L BE CLOSED TOMORROW
MORRISONS
(4th ef July d "J" 3rMt)
LEWIS SERVICE
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(both stores)

wmm

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CASA ZALDO
of Santa Ana Plata
onrj

hours ahead of schedule after

the Phalange declared a general

strike to protest against Haddad's
abduction. Enflreillags W 4he
mountains overlooking Beirut re responded
sponded responded to OK ''strike order.' Vil Villagers
lagers Villagers massed in their squares
with some demanding a "March
on Beirut."

A crowd estimated ajt about
2,000 tried terMlch.onhe, patri.
archal seat of Maronite Christian

rairiarcn Pavel Meouchi to pro protest
test protest his alleged pro Opposition
policy. It was stopped by troops
outside of his residence, 15 miles
north of Beirut but a delegation
was permitted to present Its pro protest.
test. protest. Earlier, a mob broke into a
garage owned by an Opposition
supporter, pulled out the automo automobiles
biles automobiles and set them afire.

Mitchell Orders
50c. Raise For Men
Mining Soft Coal

WASHINGTON (UPI) Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell
today ordered a 50 cent increase
in the minimum wage for most
soft coal miners who produce
coal sold, to the federal govern government.
ment. government. Mitchell issued a wage deter determination
mination determination under the Walsh-Healey
Public Contracts- Act covering 20

of 23 soft coal producing dis-,

incts in me nation.
He ordered a minimum of
$2.74"a cents an hour in eight dis districts
tricts districts accounting for about 80 per
cent of all U. S. mined soft
coal. These districts include areas
in Pennsylvania, Maryland, West
Virginia, Virginia, eastern Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, northeastern Tennessee
Ohio and Illinois.
The new rates will go into ef effect
fect effect on contracts fo which "In "Invitations
vitations "Invitations to bid are issued or ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations otherwise begin on or
after Oct. 20." the Labor Depart,
ment said. The mlnimums apply
to work on contracts tn excess of
$10,000.
Rates In the Iowa, North' Da Dakota
kota Dakota .- South Dakota and Michi Michigan
gan Michigan areas will remain unchanged.
The government buys about 25
million tons of soft coal a year,
mostly for the Tennessee Vallev
Authority. This 150 million dollars
worth accounts for about 5 per
cent of all U. S. eoft coal production.

NEW YORK (UPI) To answer

a much argued question, nere is

an up-to-date outline of what the
science ot psychology can find out
about the mental workings of any
person whether or not he wants
to reveal them or if he himself
knows them. He has to sit sail

for psychological tests, of course.

Drs. Robert C. Harlow and

Leonard F. Salzman of the Uni

versity of Rochester, who made

the outline, warned that psychol

ogical testa are never infallible,
particularly thoae designed to find
out what kind of person any giv given
en given person, is. They're limited, the
said with the humility of scien scientists,
tists, scientists, by the "incompleteness" of

science s knowledge of all the

things which go into making-people
tick.
"Given these limitations," psy psychological
chological psychological tests will "infer" how
a person both controls, and ex expresses
presses expresses his underlying drives and
impulses, and they will show pre precisely
cisely precisely how he adapts himself to
reality and how he defends him himself
self himself when reality gets too rough.
Degree of Maturity
The tests also will reveal how
mature the person is, the extent

of his emotional responses, and

to what degree he over-controls
them.

In short, the tests will reveal

"the framework of personality"
and give an idea of whether this

personality is doing as well as it

should. The tests also will give

insights into a number of things
which "fill in the details." For

instance, they'll show up what a
man sees in women and what he

makes of feminity.

Regarding the best known and
most misunderstood of psychologi psychological
cal psychological tests, the "I.Q.", the psychol psychologists
ogists psychologists said they were not altogeth altogether
er altogether reliable and shouldn't be leaned
upon too heavily. They do not
measure a person's absolute intel intelligence,
ligence, intelligence, only his intelligence as
compared to what is considered
the normal intelligence for per persons
sons persons of his age.
Two Sides Shown
These tests hsve two sides. One
are the tests which indicate how
much and how well the pesson
learns from merely living from

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FAGV SIX
AIT AH INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Ashburn Gets Six Hits To Regain NL Batting

R Bfft

TR PANAMA AMEBIC

Lead

Phillies Sweep Twinbill

om Pirates

Strikeout Doubleheader

By MILTON

."NEW YORK, Sept. 23 (UPI) That was quite
a fanning bee in Phity, but no one could buzz the
ball by Richie Ashburn, who regained the National
Lea-rue batting lead with a .343 figure.

aVtotal of 3& strikeouts which
eftwo major league records records-were"
were" records-were" registered last night as the
PhtHtes sweot a twl-night twin-
Mil from the Pirates. The Phils
wdhVthe 14-irining opener, 3-2
and the nightcap, 1-0.
Alburn was one of the few
players on both clubs who didn't
strikeout once. He collected two
hits In six trips during the
opener and went four-for-four
In the finale to boost his aver average
age average five points and move ahead
of San Francisco's Willie Mays,
whl is second with .342.
-Three Philadelphia pitchers
Seth Morehead, Dick Farrell
and Jack Meyer contribut contributed
ed contributed to a recoTd in the onener
When they struck out 21 Pi Pirate
rate Pirate batters. That broke the
previous record of 20 strike strikeouts
outs strikeouts set by St. Louis Browns
pitchers In a 15-1nning game
aralnst the Washington Sen Senators,
ators, Senators, July 25, 1913.
forehead fanned 12 in nine
innings, Farrell, two in two in in-Mpver.
Mpver. in-Mpver. the winner.
Btjsuck, .out seven in
winirsincludine the
three
in in-six
six in-six first
men to face him.
Bonnie Kline went the route
for Pittsburgh and had five
strikeouts himself. He gave up
the winning run in the 14th on
singles by Bobby Young, Ed
Bouchee and Dave Philley.
In the nightcap, Jack Sanford
of the Phillies struck out 10
more Pittsburgh batters while
pjjtching a seven-hitter and
notching his 10th victory,
fcanford's 10 victims, coupled
With the 21 in the opener, set
another record of 31 for a
double-header that Included
an extra-inning game. The old
ifecord was 27 set by the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers and Cubs In a June 30, 1957

Chicago Bears Only Team
llo Wind Up Exhibition

rid Schedule Unbeaten

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O
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doubleheader that totaled
innings.
20
Bennie Daniels, the loser,
struck out two and gave up the
only run of the game In the
seventh Inning. Ashburn bunt
ed safely, then stole his 29th
base and came around on Ted
Kazanskl's single off second
baseman Bill Mazeroski's glove.
Chief Pirate strikeout victims
were Kline, who fanned five
straight times in the opener, and
Bob Skinner, who went down on
strikes four times in the first
game.
Only Pittsburgh players who
didn't strike out all night were
Dick Groat, who played only in
the first eame, and big Ted
Kluszewski. who grounded out
In a pinch hitting role during
the ninth inning of the night
cap.
The Baltimore Orioles beat
the last-place Washington Sen
ators, 2-0, in the only other ma major
jor major league game scheduled.
It marked the fourth straight
game in which the Senators
were blanked by the identical
2-0 score. That tied them for
the major league record and
they can set a new one If they
are white-washed again to to-nltht.
nltht. to-nltht. Bob Nleman produced both
o' Baltimore's runs with a Tex
as league double off loser Russ
Kemmerer in the third inning.
Hal (Skinny) Brown held the
slumping Senators to six hits
and allowed only two runners to
reach second base as he gained
his seventh triumph.
Strikeouts? Only a handful
compared to the total in Phila Phila-rieinhia.
rieinhia. Phila-rieinhia. Brown fanned five
while Kemmerer and reliever
Tex Clevenger struck out one
apiece.
The one tim monsters of the
miriumv wprp thp nnlv team to
come tnrougn me pre seau
grind unbeaten comnleting tm?r
exhibition schedule with an uphill
?7.9d viftnrv over the Washington
RHskins Sunday in a nationally
televised game,
fi'ily one other club wound up
with better than a wi
the tuneups. The Los
Angeles
Rams finisher) v'h i
n n I i s h i n g off the Pittsburgh
Steelers, 31-6, in their pre season
finale.
The most' disappointing Tecords
were turned in by the defending
champion Detroit I.ions, who lost
foil- of six exhibitions, including
that humiliating setback by the
Cnlinge A'1-Stars, and the New
York Giants, the 1956 kingpins,
who dropped their last five games
after winning the'r opener.
The Cleveland Browns, picked to
rule the Eastern Division again
this season, had to settle for a 3 3
record, along with the Redskins,
Philadelphia Eagles and San Fran
cisco Forty iNiners. ine ore ore-season
season ore-season records of the other clubs
were Chicago Cardinals (3-2-1),
Baltimore Colts (2-3-1), Green Bay
Packers (2-3) and Pittsburgh (2-4 1.
In the week end's other final
tuneups, the Browns rolled to a
417 victory over the Lions; Bobby
Walston's field goa' in the final
minute earned the Eagles a 31-28
triumph over the Forty Niners
the Cardinals turned back the
Parkers, 31 24; and the Colts
whipped the Giants, 42-21.
The Bears needed a 13 noint
rally in the final period before
pulling out their sixth strMfht
victory at Washington. Willie Gall!
more tied ine score at 24-ait on n
70-vard touchdown gallop, then
George Blanda booted a 10-vanl
field goal with 19 seconds to play.

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LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 385 official at bati)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB R H Pet.
Ashburn, Phil. 148 598 91 205 .343
Mays, S. Fco. 147 579 115 J8 .342
tousial, St. L. 130 451 62 151 .335
Aaron, Mil. 149 588 111 196 .333
Skinner, Pitt. 141 516 90 167 .324
Banks, Chi. 149 595 117 190 .319
Cepeda, S.Fco. 143 582 84 184 .316
Lynch, Cinci. 119 408 57 127 .311
Temple, Cinci. 141 542 82 166 .306
Boyer, St. L. 145 550 95 167 .304
Walls, Chi. 136 513 80 156 .304

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels, Bos. 141 541 94 175
.323
.319
.314
.312
.311
.311
Kuenn, Det.
Williams, Bos.
Cerv, Kan. C.
Power, Cleve.
Boyd, Bait.
Kaline, Det.
Goodman. Chi.
Minoso, Cleve.
Mantle, N. Y.
Siebern, N. Y.
133 536 70 171
122 392 73 123
136 497 93 155
140 570 96 177
120 389 58 121
141 525 83 163 .310
112 409 41 125 .306
144 539 -89 163 .302
145 500 122 150 .300
129 443 77 133 .300
HOME RUNS
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Robinson, Redlegs
Mathews. Braves
Aaron, Braves
35
31
30
30
American League
Mantle, Yankees
Colavito, Indians
Sievers, Senators
Cerv, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox
41
38
38
38
34
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
jaron, Braves
H. Anderson, Phils
Mays, Giants
127
10!)
95
94
94
American League
Jensen, Per) Sox
Colavito, Indians
Sievers, Senators
Cerv. Athletics
Mantle, Yankees
118
106
104
102
91
LEADING
PITCHERS
National Leaque
(Baled on 15 decisions)

I W L Pet.
Spahn, Braves 21 11 .656
P.urdette, Braves 19 10 .655
Friend, Pirates 22 1f .629
Hobbie, Cubs 10 6 .625
Rush, Braves 10 6 .625
American League
Turley, Yankees 21 7 .570
McLish, Indians 16 7 .696
ford, Yankees 14 7 .667
Delock, Red Sox 13 8 .619
Pierce, White Sox 17 11 .607

Weekend Sports
Summary
Saturday
BALTIMORE Hoyt MVilhelm,
35 year old knucklebal pitcher,
hurled a no hitter against the
Now Vnrk Yankees as Baltimore
won, 1-0.
NEWPORT, R. I. Columbia
turned back the challenge of the
I English yacht Sceptre in the first
of the best of-seven match for the
America's Cup.
NEW YORK Intentionally up up-ct
ct up-ct rev;ously unbeaten First
Landing to win the 69th running
'' "14,390 Futurity at Bel
mont Park.
BOSTON Featherweight cham
"'on Hogan (Kid) Bassey of
Nigeria scored a technical knock
1 or former titleholder Willie
Pep in the ninth round of their
non-title bout.
Sunday
CINCINNATI The Milwaukee
Braves clinched their second
i-aiul't National League pennant
by edging the Cincinnati Red Red-legs,
legs, Red-legs, 65.
LOS ANGELES Hamilton
Richardson of Arlington, Va., de
feated Peruvian Alex Olmedo, 7-5,
6 2, 4 6, 9-7, in the final round of
the Pacific Southwest tennis tour tournament.
nament. tournament. STOCKHOLM, Sweden Russia
von fivr olf' niedals (o culture
the world weight lifting cham
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Building in Milwaukee to mail their, applications for World Series tickets. In anticipation of
another Milwaukee pennant special mail boxes' were set up last week to accommodate the

large crowds.

First Football Results Show
Surprising Trend To Gamble

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W
90
84
78
75
70
if
68
65
L
Pet.
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
San Francisco
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Los Angelas
Chicago
Philadelphia
60
67
71
76
7?
80
81
85
.600
.556
.523
.497
.470
.463
.457
.433
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N).
St. Louis at Los Angeles (N).
Chicago at San Francisco (N).
No other game scheduled.
. (Twilight Game)
Pitt. 000 100 100 000 00-2
Phila. 10 010 000 000 013
13
Kline (13-16) and Foilcs.
Morehead, Farrell, Meyer
2(
6) and Lopata.
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh 0
Philadelphia 1
Only games scheduled.

No Athlete Has Standout Bid
For $10,000 Hickok Belt

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (TJPD For those
athletes who want to do their
shopping early, there is an im impractical
practical impractical but gosh awful audy
and expensive bit of male harness
up for grabs between now and
Christmas.
This lavish substitute for sus sus-pendeers
pendeers sus-pendeers is the $10,000 Hickok
Belt' voted annually to the pro
fessional athlete of the year. It is
five pounds of finery with a diamond-studded,
gold buckled belt
which a man coul only wear by
swapping his limousine for an
armore car.
But, money being money, the
surprising item is that nobody has
made a standout bid lor tms
sparkling stomacher.
There -have been the usual quota
of monthly award winners, thus
qualifying them for the year-end
balloting to select' one of the 12
monthly victors. But there is no
stickout.
Ball Players Favored
Those safely in the final ballot
ing bv virtue of being voted an
athlete of the month are Willie
Shoemaker. Detroit Piston ace
Georee YaVwD'hO Sugar Ray Rob
inson. St. Louis Hawk star Bob
n"tfit. Stan Musial, Tommy Bolt
Jim Bunning of the Detroit Tigers
and Hob Turley of the Yankees
Baseball plaYers have something
of an edge going for them oh past
performances, four of ine ore
vious eight winners having been
diamond stars.
But this year's baseball stars
are having their troubles. Musia
Along The Fairways
SUMMIT HILLS MIXED
SCOTCH FOURSOME
Summit Hills Golf and Coun Country
try Country Club's monthly mixed scotch
foursome golf tournament will
be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
27 with all Isthmian golfers in invited
vited invited to attend. Entry fee for
this tournament Is $100.
A barbequed steak dinner will
be served at 6 P.m. with an or
chestra dancing party gettlngJ
underway at 8 p.m.
Anyone planning on playing
in the gol ftournament andor
havlnc dinner at the club this
Saturday Is urged to contact
the club, telephone 4-388, and
register.
Beautiful silverware prizes
have been purchased and are
now on display at the club.

'

AMERICAN LEAGUE
. GB W L Pet. GB
New York 89 60 .597
6Vi Chicago 79 69 .534 9Vi
I 11 Vi Detroit 74 74 .500 14Vi
15Vi Cleveland 74 74 .500 14',
I 19Vi Boston 74 7 .500 14V2
20Vi Baltimore 71 77 .480 17Va
' 21Vi Kansas City 71 78 .477 18
25 Washington 61 87 .412 27Vi

TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Chicago (N).
Cleveland at Kansas City (N)
Washington at Baltimore (N).
New York at Boston (N).
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
Washington 000 000 0000
Baltimore 002 000 OOx 2
Kemmerer (6-15), Clevenger and
Korcheck, Courtney.
Brown (7-5) and Triandos.
Only game scheduled.
co d help himself by coming
through in the National League
batting race. However, Bunning
has faded since his mid-season
no-hitter against the Red Sox and
Turley's win in the August ballot ballot-inf
inf ballot-inf was anything but a strong
performance.
Many Receive Votes
The balloting is done by the
nat'ii's snor'swriters and sports-
casters and it is indicative of the
variety of oninion on who are our
standout athletes when you con consider
sider consider th- August professional ath
lete voting.
Turley won yet there were no
less than 22 ahtletes who received
first place votes.
Bullet Bob,e ven though he was
the first major leaguer to Win 20
games this season, received only
24 first olace votes. Ernie Banks
of the Chicago Cubs received 11
and there were 10 for heavyweight
cnampion ioya Patterson even
for nirh a debacle. as his mis
match against Roy Harris.
It must be significant of the in
creased prestige of harness racing
mat toiirtn place in the balloting
and the ercipient of eight first
place votes went to 64-vear-old
"Flick" Nipe for his victory in the
Hambletonian.
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By FRED DOWN

The first results are in on col
lege football's new optional extra
point play and they indicate a
surprising trend to gamble for
two points instead of playing it
safe for one,
A United Press International
survey of 20 major games Satur Saturday
day Saturday showed the coaches, tried the
two-point pass-run conversion 58.2
per cent of the time with a .524
percentage of success. The "safe"
one-point kick proved successful
61.3 per cent of the time.
There were a total of 103 touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns scored in the 20 games
surveyed. The teams tried pass pass-run
run pass-run conversions 59 times and were
successful 31 times, and tried con conventional
ventional conventional kicks 44 times and were
successful 27 times. The trend in indicates
dicates indicates the controversial new two-
point play will become increasing
ly popular because there is almost
as good a chance to get the two
points as there is to score one.
Many Upset
There were five major upsets on
the first big weelf end of the
season
but not one could be
traced to the new rule. In fact, the
only maior game1 decided by an
extra point was Texas Tech's 15
14 upset of Texas A and M which
was won on Floyd Dellinger's
"old fashioned" placement. The
final play was set up, however,
because Texas Tech gambled and
made a two point conversion
earlier.
Nebraska engineered the top up
set of the day when it scored a
14 7 victory over Penn State,
which figured to be one of the
strongest teams in the East. Ne
braska, which won only one of 10
games in 1957, tied the score on
halfback Pat Fischer s ,92 yard
kickoff return and then drove 46
yards for the winning touchdown.
Penn State had driven 70 yards to
go ahead, 7 0,e arly in the fourth
perio.
Pittsburgh, another highly-rated
eastern independent, whipped
UCLA, 27-6, North Carolina State
beat North Carolina, 21-14. and
Wake Forest routed Maryland, 34
0, in the other top upsets.
Easy For Pitt
Pittsburgh handled UCLA with
ease, outgaining the West Coast
team 229-80 yards rushing under
the superb direction of nuarter
backs Ivan Tnnrie and Bill Kili
den. Toncic plunged for the first
Pittsburgh touchdown and passed
56 yards for the second.
North Carolina State, a lS-point
underdog, ruined the debut of Jim
Tatum's "best North Carolina
team in three years" as Ken
Trobridge ran 15 and 20 yards for
touchdowns and Ron Podwicka
plunged one yard for another.
Quarterback Norm Snea
starting his first varsity game
passed for three' touchdowns and
set up a fourth to give Wake
Forest its smashing triumph over
heavily favored Maryland. Wake
Forest outgained Maryland 211-85
yards rushing and 194-96 passing
Maryland never got inside Wake
Forest s 26-yard line.
The armchair fans got their first
look at the new extra point play
in the nationally televised game
in which Vanderbilt beat Missouri
12 8. The teams tried for the two
point conversion after all three
tnihrtnwns but didnt make
single one.
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MAJOR LEAGUE
Teams
Won Lost
R. C. Ne HI 4
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Fuerzay Lua .. .,
H. I. Homa
Seymour Agency
Wyn Friction
Pan imperial
Pan Am Airways
Lucky Strike . ..
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R. C. Ne Hi 4, Lucky Strike 0
R. C. Ne Hi soft drinkers In
augurated the 1958-58 season
with a clean sweep, with consls
tent bowling, despite the fact
that the Lucky Strike Smokers
had Pepe Damian in their line
up. For R.C. Ne Hi : Vescio 509,
Klumpp 490, Allen 569, Kaelin
486, COffey 544. Lucky Strike
scores: Soto 481, Morrow 506,
Metzger 527, Luttenberger 482,
P. Damian 548.
F. y L. 4, Pan Am Airways 8
The defending cham pions
Fuerza y Luz got off to a good
start, when they ran roughshod
over the Pan Am Jets that could
not eet fired up. All three of
their eames went over the 900
mark, and beat the Airway boys
bv 206 sticks. Joe Sully Sullivan
tabbed 592 to be high man for
both squads. Fand L. DeLuca
556, Sullivan 592, Fernandez 552,
Winqulst 542, Gleichman 544.
Pan-Am Jets: Lane 494, Lo Lo-wande
wande Lo-wande 526. Blind 145. Voss 311
(2 games), Jamison 533, Meian
son 571.
H. I. Homa 34 Pan Imperial
With the Mr. Bowie Himself
cettine the jumo on the rest of
the boys, Bud Balcer guided his
H. J. Homa quintet to tne ma
ioritv of the points. Bud smack
ed out 608. ana too tne nrst
sr&me bv 14 Dins' tied the second
with tin 900 total, and went all
out bv 142. The bread bakers
rolled well until the last game
an dfell apart In the finale. H
I. Homa: Boners 528. Schneider

537, Thomas 456, Charters 598atfoe,i1H the form of the five Roi-ri
Balcer 608. Pan Imperial. Albritifef, whe hadfatthorn m the side

ton 561, prusinowsKi oiw, ua
Beau 440, Burgoon 505, Kunkel
541.
Seymour 3, Wynn Friction 1
An old name in local bowling,
met a newcomer on the locOl
ranks, and it was the oldtlmer,
Seymour that got the edge over
the youngster Wynn Friction
Proof ine. by the tune of 3 to 1
Ray Dube broke into the major
league for the Wynn aggrega
tion by being high man for the
evening with 593.
The eame that the Seymours
lost was by a close margin of 20
pins. Seymour: Boyer 560, Bem-
blnek 522. Bates 477, Schmidt
592, Soyster 582. Wynn: Hlnely
441, Dube 593, Graham 519, Am-
ato 462 and Bell 572.
PACIFIC WOMEN'S LEAGUE
(Coffee and Donut4)
Teams Won Lost
One Eye Open 8 4
Broadsides 8 4
Martians 6 6
Alley Cats 6 6
Roses 6 6
Lucky Dreamers 5 7
Beauties 5 7
Gutter Gals .. 4 8
Player Of The Day
HANK AARON
Hank Aaron, the Milwaukee
Braves' 24 year-old slugger, is a
sleepy looking guy but he's wide
awake when the boys are playing
for the big dough.
It was Hank whose 11th inning
homer clinched the 1957 pennant
for the Braves and it was Hank
who batted .393 against the New
York Yankees in the World Series
as Milwaukee won its first cham
pionship.
The big dough was in the cen
ter of the table in Cincinnati again
Sunday as the Braves needed only
one victory to clinch the '58 flag
and once again Hank was
swinging that devastating bat.
The score was. 6-5 and Aaron
figured in five of the runs driving
in four ana scoring a tilth.
Sports Briefs
RUSSIA LOSES MIST
XUGSBURG, Germany (UPI)
West Germany scored a 115-105
point victory over Russia in a dual
weekend track meet.
WINS GRAND PRIX
BERLIN (UPI) Jean Ehrs
of France won the Grand Prix of
Berlin Sunday in a Porsche.

RES

If the cals on the One-Eve-
Open team had opened the oth other
er other eye, they possibly could have
wuu an iour ana naa rim place
to themselves. As it ware thev
only took three, dropping igp
same w me Alley cats, and now
share first Dosltion with tha.
Broadsides.
Marcella plucker, the OEO
captain, plucked the most sticks
off the lanes, with Mi and
aiding her in getting the thre
mm ers was jvancy Mokray with
504. For the Allev Cati tlhs
were- tame as kittens, Dblorea
Taylor tallied 542, and Margaret
mvu neipea nerseir to 500.
Broadsides 4, Gutter Gab f
The Broadside damsel. aa
not dill or dallv hut wnt t
work bright and early, and wom-
annanaied tne opposition with-
oui any mercy. To the vlctora
went the spoils of beinar nerp.herf
in first place tie, and to the
vanquisnea went the imprison,
ment to the cellar.
A trio of Broadsides bromrht
down the maple sticks with reg regularity;
ularity; regularity; Betty McCloud 575.
Shirley Van Osdel ss mrf m i
bel Leslie 544. Leone st.erkw
was the only shining light in the i
Gutter Gals attack with 521. J
Lucky Dreamers J, Martians 1 1
i t
The Lucky Dreamers took on
the outer space ladies, Martiana,
and the Dreamers iihiImi r
luck in the way they handled
er assignment in a big way
scoring a king size total of 576.'
Eva Lee followed close by with
537, and not to be left out in the
SSI 2L0MS ,Jones J0111 to
with 507, and Joan PrusihowsU
made the elite group with 504.
Martian Miss -and Mrs.
BilHe Davis, gave toe arthly
Lucky Dreamers ; trouble with
her 547 tallyand Erh Foster
fought the rivals with a- 517 pin-,
fall, ,ir tfjvn ?':r -,t
The Roses 4. The Rm,.ii.. a
The Beauties ran into rough
of the Beauties. The thorn vm
hi iorm or that mystical but
Handej7ap.al
The Roses were getting 45 Dins
a game, and they used the ad
vantage, because it helned them
to a four point win in the open opener,
er, opener, and a 28 pin in the finale.
and also in :aininr the tt
marker. Only in the second did
the handicap" fall them, of
course the Roses did some fine
bowling to go along with tht
handicap. V
Wally Morgan wallooed tho
pins for a 566 series, Helen
Streeter stretched her pintail to
555, and Dot Chadderton shat shattered
tered shattered off the boards 504 maples.
The Beauties, tried mighty hard
to overcome tne Hdcn with
some fancy kegling of their
own, Dauphne Bauer hanged a
536, the two js ladies, Jean Sul Sullivan
livan Sullivan and Jean Saylor socked
505 and 511, and the Mimi Metz Metzger
ger Metzger closed the ranks with 508.
Happy Milwaukee
SMI 'Bush League'
By Yankee
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) By
New York Yankee stadnards, the
people here are still as "bush
league" as ever.
"Bushville" still goes zan
when the Milwaukee Braves win
a pennant.
A throng of 20,000 was at Gen.
Mitchell Airport- Sunday night
when the Braves returned home
from Cincinnati where a few
hours before they had won their
second straight National League
pennant with a 6-5 victory over
the Redlegs. .
Downtown, horns honked, haws hawsers
ers hawsers squawked and college students
danced in the street far into the
night.
The spontaneous merrymaking
for the Braves Started a few sec seconds
onds seconds after Billy Bruton made the
final out at Cincinnati. Within
minutes, special police were busy
keeping e steady stream of honk
ing cars moving down Wisconsin
Avenue, the city's main street.
The sidewalks, which were al almost
most almost empty a short time before,
soon resembled a busy shopping
day.
Mayor Frank Zeidler joined the
fun on the sidewalk and "cfctend "cfctend-ed
ed "cfctend-ed heartiest best wishes to each
member of the Braves for victory
in the coming World Seriee:" ;
Gov. Vernon' Thomson, a few
miles away for an Air National
Guard ceremony, quipped he was
"ready" if the Braves needed him
in the Series.
"I am certain that all Wiscon.
sin joins me in expressing our ad admiration
miration admiration to the players and maw.
agement for bringing to Wisconsin
a second time in succession .Na
tional League pennant," Tho
saia.

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problems, if any. The Nittany lions have four signal-callers.
They are, left to right, Bob Scrabis, Richie Lucas, Al Jacks

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By JOE KING

NEWPORT A fellow picking
up America1! Cup yacht&ig 21
years later d 0 e s n't necessarily
have to feel that much older, be because
cause because the defender Columbia has
many, ties to. the Vanderbilt era.
That would mean Harold S.
(&e Vanderbilt, who wallop walloped
ed walloped the British three times, and did
it so throughly with Ranger over
Endeavour II in 1987 that they de decided
cided decided tb Wait a bit.
Vanderbilt is now a senior of the
New York YC on the committee
aupervlgtog the pvcng;. but 'his
fofeslght'aftdjorgamMtional skill
of the 30s wilrifleritiMmbia
against the .challenger Sceptre.
Her design, her crew and the man manner
ner manner in which she was tested bear
Mike's jnarkv, .
The Columbia story started, odd odd-i
i odd-i -t fk. nri nf th 1937 seines.

As Ranger, a beautiful brute of af
nht hniled rail-down over the i.

finish line, we saw from the Coast
Guard cutter which served the
press that Mike was not at the
WHc was aiBldship, apprently
studying the set of the genpa lib.
A "oung man of 19, Olin Ste Stephens,
phens, Stephens, had the helm and his youn-r-
'wilier, Roderick, stood beside
bin Olln is oo course, designer or
Columbia, and Rod is her rigging
expert but let's continue in that
August day of '37.
. Directed Matter Plan
When the committee boat Whist Whistled
led Whistled the finish, Vanderbilt turned
t face tiie wheel,- and threw wide
Ms arms as if to signify that's nil
there is, there isn't any more. The
gesture might have meant v-, well
that it was then up to the oung
men to carry on
in his book, On.the Wind's High Highway;
way; Highway; Vanderbilt explained: "jAs
we.neared the finish line. I asked
the Stephens .brothers to take' the
wheel, as I felt that they, mom
than anyone else, were respnosibel
for Ranger's creation and suc success."
cess." success." Whoever warranted the credit,
only Vanderbilt directed the mas master
ter master plan. Olin was a" surprise s-v-jipi
to codesign Ranger with
W. Starling, Burgess, but Mike
pointed out that a younger naval
architect should have the experi experience
ence experience to prepare for defense in the
future. It took 21 years, but he
was right.
The 12-meters of today are hand hand-ad1
ad1 hand-ad1 by amateurs, and it is a dls-

By BIRDIE

Managed Cincinnati

TEBBETTS

Reds

tinction to be aboard Columbia

and Sceptre, It wag, however, ev
en more of a privilege in '37, be

cause the great J boats were man

ned by 25 proa and there was in
addition; only an "afterguard" of
five amateurs.
Vanderbilt's Ranger group in included
cluded included Mrs. Vanderbilt, who was

the observer, Prof. Zenas R. Bliss,
navisator. Arthuf Kanpp, head

sail-trimmer, Rod, rigging man,
and Olin, assistant helmsman
In addition-to the Stephen
brothers, Knapp contributed to the.
defense this year as. skipper of the
unsuccessful candidate-, Weatherly,
an is :a stand-by helmsman for
Columbtt.
The Columbia had a stiff fight

in the recent final trials to neat
the Vim, and, as you might sus-

Bct by now, vim is a tormer
ander'bitt boat.

Vim was an offshoot of the ex

haustive tank work which Olin un undertook
dertook undertook and which Vanderbilt un

derwrote, to develop the Ranger.
Vim, designed in 1939 may still
be the second-fastest 12 meter
yacht in the worH If Sceptre dos
beat Columbia, then she drops to
third.

MILWAUKEE (NEA) Beating
the Yankees in the World Series
la a large order.
R has been done only six times

in 23 tries, only four in the last
21 attempts.

But Fred Haney did it last year

with Milwaukee and it's my guess

that he will do it with the Braves

Again this year.

I'm not picking Milwaukee lust

because I managed in the Nation

al League. After all. 1 did all my

active playing in ,the American,
but the Braves survived numerous

injuries to stand off brisk chal challenges
lenges challenges from San Francisco and

Pittsburgh in a much more even

ly balanced circuit.
Hanev his done a remarkable
Job of managin" At one time,
he had three infie',(ers playing the
outfield. He finally has his club

at top strength just when he

needs it for the World Series.

Lew Burdens, as everybody
knows, beat the Yankees three
times a year ago. shut them out
in his last two outings, has a rec record
ord record of 24 consecutive scoreless In Innings
nings Innings against the most-run pro producing
ducing producing club in baseball.
Burdette was no treat shakes

in the early season, but has won

seven of his last eight starts,
pitching shutouts and one run
games, walked only 10 in 74 in

nings, has an earned run average

for this stretch of well under two

per game. That means this, low
ball pitcher is ready and a ready
Burdette spells bad news.
Behind Burdette, the Braves
have the. great left-hander, War Warren
ren Warren Spahn. I doubt that Haney
will use the fast-balling Bob Buhl.
It was demonstrated last fall that
Buhl Is not the type to beat the
Yankees,
For his third pitcher, it Is my
idea that Haney will turn to one
of the youngsters, Juan Piazarro,
a splendid southpaw, Carlton Wil Wil-ley
ley Wil-ley or Joey Jay. In relief he has
Don McMahon and Bob Rush.

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noon, afternoon, but T shirt and shorts when the professionals work out
these days. King Hill holds the ball for Bobby Joe Conrad,
the Chicago Cardinals' place-kicker. He rarely misses.

Top Horses Give New York

Second Millionaires' Race

Vanderbilt's System
Even after Columbia demonstrat demonstrated
ed demonstrated rather rWly fijit she w?s th

better boat, she hid to prove

her crew was the ecual of the ea eager
ger eager young men on Vim. and many
suspected, that Vanderbilt was the
man who insisted on this final

test.

That's: easy to believe, because
Mike hardly could forget that in
1934 he may have defeated two
suoerior ypehts Yanlce in the

trials and Endeavour I for the

mug only because he had pains

takingly eliminated more ways

to make mistakes than his oppo opponents.
nents. opponents.
T. 0. M. Sopwlth, owner of the
Endeavours, said as he left New New-nort
nort New-nort In '37 that the British would

have to go in for tank testiPS .and
"several more matters" before

beating a Ranger. Or a Vander

bilt, he might have added.
That remains, in a way. Seep

tre's iob. She is out of a tank, is

well found, and no doubt boVs
amateurs the. enual oLours, What

she ain't got is that Vanderbilt w

ning' system. The copyright now

belongs to Cplumb.
'$M Williams is ill.)

Faint Winds Cause Secoflidir
Race Of America's Cup
To Bp Declared No Contest

Hank Aaron is one of the most

fnrmidab'e hitters I've ever seen.

Eddie Mathews has a greater

home run potential than anvbody

in the Series, iwludina Mickey

Mantle. Mathews didn't get a hit

in the first three games last au autumn,
tumn, autumn, but was a terror in the last
four, of which the Braves won

three.

Even if Aaron and Mathews
should be bottled up, which can

happen, to the strongest hitters in
a short series, the Braves still

have guys like Wes Covingio

Joe Adcock, Frank Torre, ;d

Schocndienst, Del Crandall, John

ny Logan, Bill Bruton and Felix.

Mantilla who can break up any

game.
Much has been made of the

fact that the Yankees suffered last

year through injuries to Mantle

and Bill Skowron. Don't forget

that the Braves had to win the
kev games, the fifth and seventh.

without Schoendienst, a stickout

playmaker and batter.

I believe tjje Braves have too
much all round "itching, too

many consistent hitters end too

st"t a defense.

That is why I pick Fred Haney

to become the first National

League manager to beat the Van

twice in a row since John

McGraw did it with the New York

Giants 38 years aco.

By HARRY ORAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Most

bank presidents do dot have nick

names. So nobody arouna nam

8A at Belmont Park showed any
flare of imagination in introduc

ing Round Table.

'He's by Prlncequillo, guess you

know that," Willie Molter, the

trainer, said. "And all he has to
do is win $45,000 more and he'll
break Nashua's all v time money
winning record. That's $1,281,000."

Round table will try to break

that record in. the biggest race

of the season, as far as interest
amone even the non-racing pub

lic Is concerned. That would bej

New York's first run of the mii-

lionairesRound Table against

Gallant Man at Belmont Park,
and over network television, Sept.

27. 1 ,,: i

The second comes in November

when Averill Harriman and Nel

son Rockefeller, both of whom are

holding a few, try to be governor
of the state. Neither' Harriman

nor Rockefeller can run as quick

lv as Round Tabli, so they nave

resorted to nicknames, "Ave and

"Rocky.'' f:"

Sports Briefs

KNICKS BEGIN TRAINING

STAMFORT). Conn. (UPI) The
New York Knickerbockers, com

posed of 11 veterans end 7 rookies

report to coach Fussy Levane to.
day to begin train'ne for the ""!

59 National Basketball Association

season.

RAIN CANCILS RAC1

TRENTON, N. J. (UPI) The

100-mile midget auto race sched

tiled for Sunday at the New Jersey

State Fair was postponed to Oct.

5 because of rain.

A

NEWPORT, R.I. (UPI) The
second race for the America's Cup
had to be declared no contest last
night when the British and Amer American
ican American yacts were so slowed by
faint winds they did not finish
Within the time limit.
The sloop Columbia had Brit
aln's Sceptre, beaten by a'most
half a mile but it couldn't get
across the finish line in the re required
quired required five and one-half houfi so
the whole day of racing went tor
naught.
It was the first time the 107-year-old
international rivalry end ended,
ed, ended, in such dismal fashion.
The race must now be re-run.

It left America with one victory
in the best four of-seven races. But

Columbia's performance yesterday
demonstrated pretty conclusively
she can beat Sceptre handily in
light winds.
Tug Out of Plaet
tna anti-c'imax was further foul fouled
ed fouled up by the fact that the Navy
tug assigned to hs te i ri
port after the first eight-mile leg
wrs s;ven-tcnths of a :iiUe prlher
out than it should have been.

somehow was in the wrong posi

tion. But even had it been in eor

rect position, skipper Briggs Cun

ningham most probably could not

have gotten his boat home in time.

Britain had given America a
good run for the $500 silver trophy
of sailing boat supremacy in the

early legs of the race, trailing at

the start but then moving ahead
and holding the lead until about
halfway in the race.
MORE
British skipper Graham Mann.

sailing companion of Prince Phil Philip,
ip, Philip, was disappointed at the repe

tition of light and varying hreeses.
Sceptre was defeated under simi similar
lar similar conditions in the first race
Saturday.

Sceptre's crew believe they can

go Dest in heavy weather.
Sceptre Takes Laad

Cunningham outfoxed Mann at

the storting line, past the British

boat. It looked for a time as if
this would be a carbon copy of

Saturday's runaway, but after an

hour Sceptre passed Columbia and

iook me ieaa.
Sceptre he'd the lead until about
halfway in the race.

But at 5:5: p. m. the committee

ran up a red and white flag

meaning race cancelled for the

day."

Both boats were still more than

four miles frcn the finih nne

At the signal, the rivals lowered

si's and the'r tenders moved up

'ow inem dbck to Newport nar

nor.

The spectator fleet of about 500

craft had begun turning back for

port before that realizing that

Columbia and sceptre would never

make it under the rules or the

race.

'

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Inventor of

Af rated Shavir

frrS MClUSivt' 1
small-bubble J

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Gallant Man (s a millionaire by

nurchase. Leslie Combs II, who

ha a definite ms iKe tor any norse

sold for less than a million, paid

just that for only part -' of the

rights to Gallant Man's stud ca
reer. v

ASIDE FROM "THE MAN,"

which is more of a syllable saver

than a nickname. Gallant Man

is treated with respect, too:

"He'a just a horse that can run

like blazes and do it all day,"
Johnny Nerud, his trainer, ob

serves. "He's won a hatful of

money and if he was just a little

hit stronger and I could have put

him in more often he could have

won way more."

. K f r -n V.. .' ... .,
This is the first time the two

horses have met in what should

amount to head and head com

bat. Both were in a stakes race
in Florida early last year. Then

Round Table came in third in

the Kentucky Derby that Gallant

Man lost when Willie Shoemaker
stood up for an instant or two

when he misjudged the finish line.

A year ago the pair were sound'
ly whipped by Bold Ruler in i
big race at Garden State.

But now as mature four year

olds, Round Table and Gallant

Man have pretty much of a lock

on big stakes races when the

weight is equitable. They have to
be rated among the bettor all-

time products of the breed-improv

ing industry.
,:'

THEIR MEETING ATEQUAL
weights, 126 pounds, irf the Wood
ward Stakes will be at a mile

and a quarter on the no excuses

Belmont running strip. Willie Shoe

maker will be aboard Gallant
Man, Eddie Arcaro on Round

Tabic. Millionaire jockeys, too

All of this is predicted on the
belief that any (Ver horses
entered in the Woodward will
spoil the chances of Gallant

Man or Round Table beating the
other clear cut. Nadir, strong and
now considered the best of what

is left of the Jthree year-old crop
is a likely starter. Cohoes. im

proving with every race, and

Clem, victor over Round Tahiti' at

Atlantic City, have not been de

ciared out.

But Clem and Cohoes would be
asked to carry much more weight

than they usuallv do against the

better horses. They usuallv run

with an edge of anywhere from 13

to 21 pounds.

At any rate, if all goes well,
the miblie will see both these,
much publicized shorses running a
gainst each other.
And if there's any kind of fast
early pace to set up Gallant Man's
strech push we .should .get a true
line on the worth of both million millionaires.
aires. millionaires. '.,!

By AL LOPEZ
Whit Sox Manager
CHICAGO (NEA) "I like the

Yankees" is rather a silly title,

because as a matter of bald fact,

I hate the Yankees. -v

After all, I've been chasing

them for a long time, both with

the White Sox and earlier with
the Cleveland Indians. I've been

hie league manager for eigm

years and in seven of those eight

seasons, Casey Stengel s ciuo nas

beaten roe out of the pennant.

The only satisfaction i nave is

that I'm the only manager who

has beaten Stengel out of a pen

nant in his 10 years with the Yan

kees, in 1954 when I managed
rl,.Lnl

When I say I like the Yankees,
mean I like the Yankees to de

feat the Braves in the World Se

ries. I could have beaten the Yan

kees with the White Sox this yMr.

except for the fact that our club

got Off to a miserbie start and

the Yankees got off to a remark

ably fast one. From Aug. l on,

we Played far better ball thin the

Yankees. The pay off;- however, i

on 154 games, so this is not sour

grapes.

Whltey Ford can win the World

Series for the Yankees. He show

ed in Kansas City a couple of

weeks ago that his arm was OK

Ford Is one of the best and smart

est pitchers in baseball. Ford

had a peculiar sore arm, in that

it ached him only when he threw

his curve. Th Yankees were for

tunate in having that big lead so

they could permit Whitey sum

cient time for his arm to come a-

round.

A normal Ford, plus Bob Tur

ley, Duke Maas. Zack Monroe

Bobbv Shantz, Johnny Kucks and

Art Ditmar can win the Serie.

If Don Larsen is ready, that will

be the icing on the cake. With

the exception of Larsen and Tom
Sturdivant, ouestion marks at the

moment, ell the Yankee pitchers

picked up in the final couple of

weeks of the season.

Rvne Duren, who throws a ball

as hard as anvbody I ever saw

had trouble With his control after
he had been out because of in

juries, but pite''' five scorelpss

innings against Detroit the other

d'v ann walked n'v one man.
Veterans like Virgil Trucks and

Murrv Dickon could be of serv

ice When relief pitching is needed.

Tennessee's Big Orange

Mighty Green This Year

..."

ly LION DANIEL
KNOXVILLE, Sept. 81 (UPI)

The big Orange looks mighty

green this year and head football

coach Bowden wyatt sums up the
prospects for his 1958. Volunteers
this way: "We've got a lot of in

experienced boys so we're going

to take some lumps."

rne vols tace one of the most
rugged schedules in the Southeast

ern Conference minus 10 of the

starters who carried them to. a 7-

3 regular season record and a 3-0

win over Texas A and M in the
Gator Bowl last season.
Wyatt takea a philespnlsal po position
sition position about having to take an
Auburn, the nation's only major
unbeaten, untied team last year,
with Ms green young men In the
opener Sept. 17.
"We've got to play them some sometime,"
time," sometime," he said. "And we should

have a pretty good ide. who'll be

playing football for us after that
a a ma 1

Wyatt will have an excellent op

portunity to see how his youngs

ters will perform under heavy Jire
early in the season. After Auburn

the Vols take on Mississippi State.

Georgia Tech, Alabama in quick

order.
"We've got a lot of early aea

son sophomores but those early

season tough games may work to
our advantage," Wyatt said. "It'll
give us a chance to get a lot of

experience in a hurry."

When Wyatt says his team is

green it's not just a crying towel

routine. He will be without 18 of
last year's lettermen, including
All-America guard Bill Johnson
and tailback Bobby Gordon, who

supplied the offensive spark last

year.

Filling Gordon's shoes is a big

job and backfield coach George

Cafego has five candidates for

the post, only one of whom hat

seen action,

He's George Wright, a 1T-

pound junior from Sonora. Tex.,

who saw considerable service dur during
ing during the early part of the 1957 ea- --

son. He s a competent runner.

passer and kicker but he has a -knee
injury that may give hint
trouble.

Another likely candidate for the

all-important tailback slot is so- i

phomore Bill Majors, younger
brother of 1958 Vol All America

tailback John Majors.

"Young majors has the attitude
it takes to play tailback," said Ca-
fego. "He kicks well, has adequate
speed and is an accurate passer.'
One spot the Vols worff fcavo
any trouble filling is fullback
"We're in good shape there with
Carl Smith" said Wyatt. "Ha
and Wright are our only two ax- i
porioncod backs."
Smith is elusive for a fullbsc
and one of the most explosive
runners in the conference. He av averaged
eraged averaged 4.7 yards per carry last

year, vi-mU

Wyatt thinks this yesr's most lib liberal
eral liberal substitution rule may help his
inexperienced team. "You can

teach him offense," he said. "This
may give us a chance to use some
of our inexperienced boys a lot on
defense." v
"There are mere 'hV en thtf
team than any we've ever hal,"
said Wyatt.
The schedule:
Sept. 17, Auburn at Birmingham
Oct. 4, Mississippi State at Mam
phis; Oct. 11, Georgia Tech at At Atlanta;
lanta; Atlanta; Oct. IS, Alabama at home;
Oct. 25, Florida State at home;
Nov. 1. North Carolina home; Nov.
8, Chattanooga home; Nov. 15,
Mississippi home; Nov. 22. Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky home; and Nov. 29, Vander Vanderbilt
bilt Vanderbilt at Nashville.

Where the Yankees definitely

have it on the Braves is in ma

neuverability. Stengel has inter

changeable infieWers like Gil Mc-

Dougald, Tony Kubek and Bobby
Richardson, who play second,

third or short vviffi ectual skill.

He can use Elston Howard in the

outfield or behind the plate and

can do the same with Yogi Berra.
Yogi, who has played In more

World Series games than any

body who ever lived and has hit

more home runs than any eaten
er who ever lived, is even men
tioned as a first base prospect a

gainst right-handers, particularly

if Moose Skowron happens to be

slumping
Mickey Mantle is the one play

er in baseball today who can beat

you withe ither speed or power.

Norm Siebern has come along to

be the first regular left fielder the

Yankees have had in Stengel's 10
years with the club. And don't
write off the ex boller-maker Ma Marine,
rine, Marine, Hank Bauer. Hank has hit

in U straight World Series games.
So I gotta like the Yankees in

October. Come next April I'll hate

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ASS IF i E D S
THIS SPACE lb FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TEUEPHONE 2-0740
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PHILLIPS OctMMMa Cettatee
Santa Clan ft. P. Phone p-

J-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.

Baldwin's furnished aoartments
at Santa Kara leach. Telephena
Smith, Balboa 3681.

Shrapnel's furnished homes,
Santa Clara Beach. Call Balboa
J772.

Houses

Apartments

FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Via Perrat

Ne. 120, opposite SAS.
3-5024.

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HI II HI HI II I I XI M .1, r. .J riT. : IB .. .

. rmuini irT RATHRRnPrn ur Lefevre 7 Street

in OFFICE: 15th Street ana Amanor uucrrrro no. wu.

FARMAdA LUX-IS4 Central Avenue 0 HOV8EHOLD t.M
t ARM A CI A VAN DFJMItWM Street No. 53 FARMACIA EL
AT HIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre COLON OFFICE: 15tl

PANAMA LIBRER1A PKKC1ADO T Street Na. II AGENCIAS

rMAHfflAC x u tsrTasquuia O 'A

4 at FAKMACIA EST ADOS U.MDOS 1

OTO DOM1 -Jitrto Veeenena Are.

OSDrorm Central Ave

Areaemena Ave. and 33 St.

FAKMACIA "IAS" Via PORHA8 lit NOVEPADES

FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment, army inspected,
screened, conveniently located.
Automobile Raw No. 16..

FOR RENT: Three bedrooms
chalet with swimminq peal,
j maid's ream with service, and
oarage. House Na. 8 6th Ara.
Coco del Mar. Tal. 2-2711.

FOR RENT: i bedroom chalet,
completely furnished, for thraa
months, hot water, air condition conditioned.
ed. conditioned. Telephone 1-1617.

FOR RENT: Raetnth boil
four apartment, living dininq dininq-main;
main; dininq-main; maid room, laundry room,
srage, hat water. Information
Tal. 3-3547, Mr. Martin.

FOR REN T: Pent-house on
Avenida del Part, and 29th Street
house number 29-28. Telephone
3-7400 National Brewery. Thraa
bedrooms, dininoreom, two room
far servants, tarrace, enfertain enfertain-ment
ment enfertain-ment hall, arhf facilities. Price
S250.00 per month.

FOR RENT: Thraa bedroom
house, quiet, coal. Bella Vista.
Tal. 1.7651.

FOR RENT: Furnished house.
2 bedrooms, near Panama Hotel.
Vi laaaSa. beside Radio Mira-

'.ff J i...:. t lire

white nous, van

hour.

lite Hayworth
denies Marriage

re producer Hill
HOLLYWOOD (UPD -LRed-taired
Rita Hay worth says there's
'But word of truth" to reports
ler marriage to producer James
Sill is in dfiMfc., ; ;

The glamorous, tive-umes-mar

FOR RENT: Apartments in
modern concrete buildinj, will
be ready October let.' At the
breeiy taction of Panama City
an Trans istmian highway, data
to Blockmigon. One bedroom
dining room, kitchen, bathroom
and clotetl. Call 3-7493 office
hours.

FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living room,
kitchen and bath. No. 45, Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row. Upstairs of Panama
Auto, S. A. Rent $80.00, very
ccol. See Decastro, Tel. 2-1616.

PERSONALS

Mrs. Mignen lonthe Grant h: Your
vitit accounting department CASA
ADMIRABLE will be appreciated.

Am interested in borrowing
$100.00 for five months. Wil Willing
ling Willing to pay 1 0 percent interest.
Write R.D., Box 134, Panami.

ried actres

Holly

rruwt Snndav "from London where

Hill nunervised the shooting of

The Devil's Disciple."

'.. "GIJT STREAMLINED"
ftvMn-inln Machines. Tui

the McLrvy way Body Menage,
bath. Trained operators lor ladies
and gentlemen Get results.
1 MASSAGE SALON

' ein. erittii.i.'S

Products
Areaemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2J17

CZ Motorcycle

Club Welcomed
fn Aguadulce
The Canal Z' Motorcycle Club
despite heavy rain last Friday
departed for the interior of Pana
ma from the Diablo Clubhouse.
Tttta tA tho rain incf-Aafl nf turn

in? off at Rio Hato and heading

into tne Dusn tne ciup cnangep. us

plans arid proceeded on to Ada

delce. The first stop was Anton

then Penonome where the paved

road ends.

From Ppfumnrne fn Apundnlcp

the road is dirt, mud and gravel

combined with hazardous holes.

Unon reaching aguadulce, the

well organized club wis welcom

ed. Wherever the club stopped

crowds of people would come out
to greet the members. This amaz amazing
ing amazing display of hospitality also look

place m such towns as Las ia
bias, Ocu, Pese, Santiago and Da
vid. !" itf'.t-'i,f.&' I

At 7:30 thatev ening, the club

was invited to a Lions Club ben
efit dance where an enjoyable eve

ning was spent. At a nearby drug
store, a few of the riders pooled

some money and bought out all

the penny candy and gave it to

tne Boys and gins tor tne ssnsiac
tion of seeing a few kids Pappy

This action, attracted the par
ents and older people, thus gain

ing many hew friends for the Ca

nal Zonians.

FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Impala. Excellent condition, duty
paid, $3,000. Telephone 3-1287
before 4 p.m.

POP SALE: 1930 Model A
truck body, $125 00. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3676 house 1521 -B. Bal-

FOR SALE: 1958 Ford Station
Waf on. Six lyltndar, four door,
two teats. Balboa 2-30S0.

FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
Peworf tide A-1 condition $650.
House 501 -D Gullkk Heights.
Phono 08876 after four o'clock.

r

FOR SALE: Hi-Fi Webcor Tape
Recorder with 6.000 ft. Tape 7
months old 125 00. Phone
5.320.

FOR SALE: Girl's Bicycle, 26
inch, $18.00. G.rl't Bicycle, 20
inch $12.00. House 748-A, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Tel. 4492.

FOR SALE: Gift s 26" bicycle,
boy s bicycle 26", cheap. 676
Morgan Are. 2-3470.

FOR SALE: TROP IK-SHOWER
water heaters, $27.50, complete completely
ly completely installed. Phone 3-7357 or
3-7116.
i : ; .' mi '".m

Automobiles Miscelloneous 1 1 Home Articles

FOR SALE : Westinghouse refri refri-gerador
gerador refri-gerador freeiar. youth bed com complete,
plete, complete, 1 dining room 8 pet.
Phone Gatun 5-564.

FOR SALE: Two heavy bamboo
chairs with spring anil plastic
covert $19.00 each. Bamboo
mahogany-top side table, and
and table, $13.00 and $10.00.
Girl, bicycle $18.00. Tel 374$,
750-B, Balboa, : t

FOR SALE: Baby carriage with
pad, bathinet, scale and swing
like now.. CaH Panama 3-4383.

th Magic Super Seasoner
AJI-N0-M0T0
(Monosodium Glutamate)
Available now in the

Canal Zone.

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LATIN AMERICAN SCHOOL
BOWLING LEAGUE
By T-St. HENRY L. HERVEY
Last Wednesday, the instructors

met acain in the Albrook Bowling

Alleys to see what could be done
in the way of removing Marlboro
from the top, but th end of acti activities
vities activities ahowed Marlborb firmly en entrenched
trenched entrenched ip the summit by steal-,
in? 3 points from La Mascota.'
This time Taylor, with a 469, and

Negron, with a 408, contnmitea to

the adverse score for La Masco

ta. L'Herieu brought nown .m
pins and La Grange 420 for the

haberdashers.

nnifnrirlp hp d second Place ty

takinn 3 ooints from Volkswagen,

thf euirlerl missiles for the Oil

men were uavna wim roi iisvob
and Trpvino helned with a 425.

For Volkswagen, Stevens rolled

4nn and Serna a 450 series. :

Mercurio iewelers took 3 fTtym

Crawford Agencies to remain m

third nnsitinn nomineue2 Was 2000

for 426 and Huertas for 417 (gooa
hnwiino- rTnprtflsl. Sniros and Var

gas were the Atlas for urawioro

with dSR and 379 resoectiveiy.

Cerveza Balboa had a give ano

take affair. The Rafliomen gave

and Los Cerveceros took. Howev

er, It took good bowling to accom accomplish
plish accomplish the taking, and it was in the
shape of Burkhalter with 481 and
rii Pauln with a 460. For Nation

al Radio the best was rolled by

Hervey who, managed to get 410
nins down and flodge with a 378,

real good under the circumstanc
es. j "' ."

Teams Standings
Marlboro (
Gulfpride
Mercurio Jewelers
Cerveza Balboa
Crawford Agencies

National Badio

Volkswagen

La Mascota

John McMullin Cops

Kesperia Open With

17-Under-Par 271

HESPEBIA, Calif. (UPI)-John

McMullin a gaunt looking 23-

year old, today is beginning to

Day off the Fair oaks, uaii'.,
backers who gave him a grub

stake to try his hand on the pro

fessional golf circuit.

McMullin collected $2,000 Sun

day when he won the second an

nual $17,000 Hesoena Onen.

The 5-foot, 11-lnch, 150-pouBder

is working undeta 2-veaf contract

with his backers. Tbey pay ms
expenses on the pro tour and in

return thev get half his winnings.

Ud until Sunday McMtunn nad

won exactly $6,325 on his first pro
tour and was hardly paying his

own way.

McMullin played the most con

sistent golf of the Hesoeria Open.

He had rounds of 69-68 67-67 for
271 total. 17 under par.

Gene Littler was i e c o n d

with 272.

Dow Finsterwald won third

nlee with 274.

.Terrv Barber finished in a tie

for fourth place at 275 with Fred

Hawkins and Ken Venturi.

A

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SCHOLARSHIP WINNER DtJ

Jose G. Velasquez, a tormer

Panamanian student' of the

Canal Zone Junior College and
n orkdiiate at the Lincoln Me

morial Harrogate Unlverstty,

Tennessee, is one of the local

winners of the annual soho-

larshiD awarded bv the institu

to tie cuitura jtiispanica in

Snaih. Ifeasauez and Dr. Boris

A. Vastjuez' (the other winner)

left tot .'Madrid over tne wees

end.. "yWm:

On Memphis Visit

MEMPHIS ,Tenn. (UPI) Pvt.

rivin Pi-eslev wept when ne

stopped over tere for three hours
during, the week end.
Th rock and roll entertainer,

m .KTMitB fnr a lour of duty over

..i w.. ,

tons cairi "pominB nome mauc

'think of rav mother." who

died last month of a heart attack.

Real Estate

FOR $All:-r-lett 500 anal 1.000
meters, in the Nuere Hiooahromo
Urbaniiation, aerate the Raman
Racetratk. AH lets with street
fronts, sewaft, water main ano;
rl.rtricity. CH W. jMfleWlf.i.
Tel. $-2$fl7T

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
. DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z
PMONE BALBOA 3709

Ann Vaufhn, expert ttate tide
hair stylist, has replaceo Mary in
' Ganell's Coceli Beauty Brio.
Navy 3112.

Commercial Sites

FOR $ALE:-iLett at M Valla,
Ante, liajhdimau. Close to
Ca.ital City. Tots. 2-3015 or
MtiO. :

Eugene Dudley Wins

Mora Softball Loop

Pitching line Again

Adrlino another beautiful' troDhv

to his chain of troph" collectirtos,

Eugene Dudley, well-known vet

eran ace softball nuner ana au au-around
around au-around man in the. field of sports,

has again won the 1958' horltr's
championshhip trophy.
It is bis second consecutive yit yit-torious
torious yit-torious year In the nightly Cesar
Mora AScftball League played at

the- Santa Rita park, which wis
founded and organised in the year

1957, IA honor of a treat appris

map. and, writer, Cesar a. Mora.

For the 1957 season, as e,-huri-

er for the isaT cnampons uu

ChoHta" team, Dudley won the

hurler'a championship trophy with

an 8.-0 record,: including a no nit
no run game t6.his',cre.dit.vi

For this 1958 season, as sce sce-hurler
hurler sce-hurler for the runrterup "Caata-

fiedas-Moreno" team, competing

against 15 other teams, Dudley
again won out as the leading
Ditcher of the league With an 8-1

record, including four shut outs

and two l hittera to nis creau.
Dudlev was also selected the

most valuable nlaver' among .hi

teammates, of which:hewUl,4e

specially awarded oy ine twwr.

das team owner, terrain 'uamaue 'uamaue-das
das 'uamaue-das Moreno, with a special prize.
Tho nrc sent a tion ceremony for

the donation of trophies, and oriz

Letal firm finaneet Won tor eftwn
oayment on yeut house. Write
rrnaofh A. Smith, fittefete No. (
I, Panama.

FOR SALE: Career fop, 1 500
souara motors, oolite Ri Aba Aba-jo
jo Aba-jo Church. $twhoiala Pavrn Swt
. rVif I.CfsV tt ct.

FOR SALE Lot,, J50 touare
meters ane '450 teuara motors,
near Rio Ahajo Chure h. $3 .00
tquare motor.- $taailola Pawn
Shoo, West 16th Street.

Wantckl to liiy

Use" oostaft stamps of Panama
anaf.tlMCiIJ.:Write'-WH-'
moth A. Smith, Ettafota No. I
Panama. ? k

FOR RENT: Two room office
suite, 41 m2 available imme imme-"iately
"iately imme-"iately in the Panama Insurance
Co. ttleJoj. aerott from Hotel II
Panama Hilten. Aireonditionine,
electricity, elevator, janitor ant)
nieht watchman terviee, drink drink-4ifv
4ifv drink-4ifv fountain, rettrooms. Coffee
akop in kuildinf. $00' or phone
Mrs. Mary Coleman at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance Co. 3-0136.

Mercedes Buitdinf. Do luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office buildinj. Am-
pie parkinf space. Niht watch watchman.
man. watchman. Mederate renft. Balboa
Avenue, next to nunt school.
Ricarde A. Mire $. A. Tel.
2-3436. d

Domestic Employment

WANTED: Maid cook, wash..
Rteemfendatien needed. Vie Ar Ar-fentina
fentina Ar-fentina and "-K" Street 57, Apt.
2. El Cenareje. Telephone 3-
0112.

WANTED i Responsible woman
ro'ilvo' in; Hoh wrth children,
feneral housework, aoma cook cooking.
ing. cooking. Bring ref erencet. Apply
mornings only. Phono Balboa
6350. 0202.1. Herrick Road,
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By TR IVOR $IMON$

Discount ever

Jtm Ob i, -J W n..etwaN

the annual

led at B

night This

dog's intersquad

g vou saw at

te 'gaiheFplay-

im last rnuay
vent, the Bull

lame, 'did not

dpsprve th billine it received. In

fact, it -should -have been ta in-

I'r 'Jn tWi and in- ernoon affair tabbed as nothing

dividual players of the league, win rJj-Wliil

be held at the Santa. -Rita softball

No one expected "Balboa to re-

ue .." VMi ,11 their -Dlans for 1958, but

pane on aaiuroa,. b.v, ifaj m t nearly

at" 7:00 p,m.

complete coyer up "of everything

. . il. -.f and th aDDarent ooor snowing oi

Tne nigiuignisoi u,m;.Se r-

ciose nown upe ,z, "tiilul- iv

tion cereraray t itaiit Fridav Slaht and

i .. n.nnoiifi A niaviiii; m uw jdjiiuuicc

scholastic championship.

WANTED: Experienced mala
English stenographer, Re-Expor-tadoros
$. A. Colon, Free Zone.

SERVICES

T.Y., radio, Hi-Fi, tranimitter
repairs. Call William Shirley.
Phono Panama 2-5113.

TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
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You get services the tame day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained racliaaV
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2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.

TELEVISION SERVICE

Prompt service

Fair prices

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PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
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4 SERVICE
na
ironies

Protect your homo and proper-
ty against insect d o m a o a.

Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama i-7977 or Colon 1777.

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season, iu VTA T KSS'rrira 1

game between-tne to oncTaeiin oMfe inetr

"rprrn-Azul. and an

lection of the League

all-star 4e-

GUN CVUB
NOTES
CRISTOBAL
fair field of skeet-shooters
done out of a round of re-

frpshnient on W. W. Rowiann ai

the Cristobal Gun Clun wennes
day exercises on the afternoon of
September 17; when be mis-fi!-,,,ri
tk iTth tartret offeered his

cannon and marred an otherwise

r,Ai-fart ap'orp..

Tno Kiiprnr staveo on iuu,

alpo fa1in prey to his Uttl- .410

nih.r ernrprn were rv. V

rucinnvs t20 Ba.) ann r unoiiar

l(2-ga.). Nett m the heap came

W. J. SrheJtnayder tzu.ga;j nu

Walter Johnston (lz-ea.) wun
v, fniinwpd bv Cliff Havward

lint at 21 ,r.. F. Haiieil tl-Ea.i

V ' .. on

ond Get. Be Lonn usa.i i

pach. and Jim Mitchell ana j. u.

hields knocked down 17 apiece.
Several new shooters eot their

hands into the game, out ineir

scores need ana oesrrvc
time in which ot improve before
beine renorted, they making tin
in enthusiasm what thejr lacked

in skill.

Pneumonia Complicates

Condition Of Wouwled Negro Pastor

LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES Of AMKRICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court for the
District of the Canal Zone
Division ai Balboa

James ll. Johnson, Plaintiff vs. Ruth

A. Johnson. Defendant. Summons Case
No. 4741. Civil Docket II. Action for

divorce.

To the above-named defendant

Yon are herebv reauired In Senear

and answer the eomJilsIM filed In the
above-entitled action within ninety days

after the first date of publication.
In case ol your failure to so appear
and answer, Judgment will be taken

against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.

Witness the Honorable Guthrie r.

Crowe. Judge, united States District

Court for the District of the Canal Zone,

this September S, 1DSS.

sara a a ia reaa
Clerk.
(Seal)
Bv 11 Lois C. Harrison,
Chief Deputy Clerk.
To Kuth A. Johnson:
The foregoing Is served upon you by
publication to the order of the Honor Honorable
able Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe, Judge, United
States District Court for the District ot
the Canal Zone, dated September 5,
less and entered and filed in this action

In the office of the Clerk of aald United
States District Court for the IX vision
of Balboa on September S, lata.

Sara de le
Clerk.

Itl Lois C.

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B'noi B'rith
Pay Tribute

To Linah Shore

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (UPI)
The B'nal B'rith honored singer
ninah; Shore and her actor-hus-

hnnd r.rnree Montgomery, as

"Mr. and Mrs. American Citizen
at the organization's annual din

ner Sunday mgnt.

NEW YORK (UPD-The Rev.
M.win Lnthpr King. Southern

Negro integration leader who was
t,Wwd and critically wounded by

a Negro woman Saturday, has de-

Anori nnpumonia, n was

closed today. TI
A spokesman at Harlem Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital said X-rays revealed a small
n.t-oh nt nnpumonia m- the right

lower lung of the 29-year-old min min-is'er
is'er min-is'er who led the successful bus
boycott in Montgomery, Ala.
He said Kin was "still very
comfortable" despite the added
complication. Doctors were keep keeping
ing keeping a close watch over him. They
said thev hooed the pneumonia

wniild nnt sttread.

Mrs. Izola Ware curry, 4Z,

plunged a stiletto-like leter opener

into King's chest whtle ne was

autographing copies of his new

book in Hr1em rienartment

store. It -took three surgeons more

than two Hours to remove tne
blade, a"
The tin of the blade penetrated

the outer wall of the aorta, main

arterial .trunK mat pipes diooo
from the heart.'

It would be folly to Bv '" other

wise with a backf ield of Reynolds,

NessjCage and. Cotton ,plus a n
that packs power -despite the lack
of -an- overwhelming number of
reserves that made the Bulldog

lot In easier out t..in previous

years." :
CliD-board Charlies from, ancient

history and across the bridge, one

stationed on the 40 yard line, ana
another roving about for better

to

"Had Dr. King ineezed or

oniiohed the weapon WOUld have nolo rould have had nlentv

penetrated the aorta," said see of record if they too were -not sure
the siireeons. "He was just a ,hat thp Kulldoes will show much

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the surgeons. "He was jost a that the Bulldogs will show much
sriPPTP iwiv from death." mnn tn the satisfaction of oach-

The surgeons had to remove e Anderson and Honne as soon

pan oi one no u inuuvt as xne way is ior
blade. TbS SWldogS coulff run into

L rwini; was visum "J mieniv oi cornueuutia wiirn nicy

his wifet his fatner ana uov. av- meet the AthleOe Ciuh eleven, on
erell Harri'nUn of New York. A October third if the latter can

hospital spokesman said King was cram ni enough practice sessions
not permitted to talk, but could to get into condition for the an-

receive visitors for brief periods. nai football -onener

Mrs. Curry; who gjv several The A.C. Rams bave tie weight,
rambling accounts of why she .need and exnerlen.ee to take it

stabbed King, was committed to .u but are claimed by jobs that

Bellevue Hospital for mental ob- keep them away ffom freo.uent
seryation. She was arraignr-d on drills and the fact that the team

charges of felonious assault ana i. tnlit uto from both' tides the

carrying concealed weapons. Be- hgthmita. Their roster read's like

sides the le'ter opener. Mrs. Cur- "Who' who" in G.Z. football with

ry was carrying a loaded auto- jack Corrigan quarterblchif ? and
mtic. Bob Morris, JoS Ciero, Carl Tut-
During the hearing, shfe charged tie; Bill Rankin and lou Cabbs
that King Was "mixed up" with ready to share in the backf ield
the Communists and she had re- chores.
ported it to the FBI. In the front wsB toe, mgny for-

jLTOcivre aaiu mug wuum icuiaiu mer VVmi tone stars will see c-

n the homtai f"r .at ist two ti0n. Though definite position as
weeks. Thev said it would be at Uienmnt hsvp. not been eomnlet

least three months before he re-1ed, one can expect to see plenty

covers tuny. of foothall know-how trom ujuis

Taber, Bob Eearont Tony oyer,

.Tim Fulton. Dick Havden and a

few others who s nave not yei, re

Dorted to the Ram brainstrusts.

Lost to the Athletic Club it Joe

oiivpr. who recently left the Ca

nal Zone and Kenny Morns,

whose recent illness will sidetrack

HOLLYWOOD fllPH Sincer this star Ex-Balboa inesiaEiaf

31 J -'. v lie., fit . .. i. -il .1 T

Loray White has announced plans tne enure season, wrnrue w
tar 'nnit tivnr,. fmm ntr- tore and John Coffey, both for

t.i can,mv.niiii tr hr hn. mer Cristobal Hifih School ends

band of nine months. are lined iip to takeo yer for the

Ataieoc ciuo. on paper tne a.v.
Miss White announced through nverDowering, hut it is tie epl-

her attornev. Jerrv Giesieri dur- Inlnn of this column that thev will

ln the Week end she probably he unable to stand the grind of

would seek a divorce within a four Quarters of football and

week or two. ; ; should Show strongest playing de

I auess some auvs are meant fa5?i!kill-.-.ii r r. i.minr foi

to be married and some not, ?i- ,e.e wiU field the weakest team

minunve sammy sain, tie tBlt ha. rDresented J.C In ma

plained he had ",oo much of a nv Though he his

a n rirthi ojkaaar i rj I

i roster of tome 20 men,

Brown is faced with the necesi

ty of having to teach the bares'

of fundamental to many of his

cnarges wno nave never piayea
a quarter of football in their lives.

He has seven dependable men,
four ex-Tigers Md three former

Bulldogs. Brown has end Harry

Keepers, lulback Billy Gibson
tarkU .lark Willouphhv from

year's Tiger team. Bruce Sanders,'
. -TSdP. . at4Lja. i i

aiso irom-1 nsionai mgn. is return returning
ing returning to the gridiron after a stint

in thr Air Force. Bertie Mead

and Trimble are- with the J-C
Devils.
Also among the "might v seven"

of J.C. is Don. Alexander, last

year's kicking sensation, who has

announced mat ne win ne availa

ble ior more than just punting,
this year. A heart condition that
kent this amazing College athlete

out of most of the action last
year is still with him making it
impossible for Coach Brown to

count on Alexander for a full four.

quarters 01 toot nan.

It's hard to tell how the Tigers

will fare when the season opens

less tnan two weeks trom today.

Working under the direction of
coaches Dave Ingram and Paul

Moser tney are working nretesaty
towards bringing a football crown
to the Gold COast.

Ed Blake Pitches,

Bats Toronto Leafs

To Win Over Royals

TORONTO. Sent. 23 (UPD Th

Toronto Maple Leaf's, wbo hat

collected 31 hits in their last two
playoff games, hope to continue
their heavy bombardment tonight
when they face the Montreal Roy Royals
als Royals in the fourth game of the In International
ternational International League's Governors'
Cup final.
After dropping the first two
games of the best-of -seven series,
the Maple Leafs ripped four Mon Montreal
treal Montreal pitchers for IS hits ia gain
ing a 94 victory last night. They
had totaled 16 safeties in losing
the second game, 10-9.

For tonight's important fourth

OteSt, Toronto manager Dixie

, -in : U 1

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diW-berriMWpaw

Sammy Davis's

Wife Has Plans

Fo Ouiet Divorce

i

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NAME ...
ADDRESS

alker

mian, Vi

had a 15

ular se

The

ier with

Banned to

Lr-reeord

BStli. 1

Roya

start Jack Cri-

ght-hander who

during the reg.

Is are expected to coun-

Harris, who has

games, including

offs. The Cana-

ended the reg-

a 14-8 record.

Ed Blake cooled off the Rovals

last night, allowing only three

bits Over the first seven innings.

tie wouia up with a aeven-nitter.
Blake also starred at bat, blast
ing a home run and two singles.

knocking in two runs and scoring

a pair.
Rocky Nelson and Archie- Wil Wilson
son Wilson also homered for the Leafs,
while Bob Lennon bit a solo blast
for Montreal.

s Opening

PRICES

They have the. men among-the

first 15'r 17 with which the job

can be done but whether or not

they can stand up against Bgl-

boa's superior reserve strength iS

a question that cannot be answer

ed until Oct. 3. So far they hive

been fairly lucky, but one key in-

jury or an untimely pulled muscle

could upset any plans tne Tigers
might entertain towards a 1958

grid championship.

Helene Is New Star
In Hits Season's
Hurricane Circuit

My-Vf.' -j k"'W3"' Y Niy ??'
MIAMI, Sept. M (UPI)-Helene,
the eighth tropical storm of the
season, developed in the Atlantic
ocean today only .700 miles east of
Miami. The storm carried top
winds of 50 miles an hour.
The weather bureau said it is
expected to build up in size and
intensity during the next 24 hours.

Jtt 11 a.m. hurricane nunr
planes spotted the center of the
disturbance about 550, miles east-

southeast of Nassau, Bahamas.
It was moving in a west-northwest
direction at 12 mph.
Highest winds of 50 mph concen concentrated
trated concentrated in squalls within 30 .miles

of the center. Gusts uo to on mon
fanned out 100 miles to the north
and east of the center. :
"Present Indications," said the
weather bureau, "are that the

storm will slowly intensify during

the next I2t o 24 hours with tne
area of strong winds gradually ex
needing in all directions, around

the center."

..

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STATE

TOO MANY BABY-SITTERS

NEW DELHI, India UPI)-A

government report on unemploy

ment said todav India has a sur

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and messenger boys and a short

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WASHINGTON, Sept. 23 (UPI) Attorneys made a final effort today to block
m. deseereeation order that threatens to turn about 1.0,000 more Virginia student
out of school.
The lawyers, representing the Norfolk City school board, held out little hope
at Chief Judge Simon E. Sobeloff of the M.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeal at Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore would grant a stay of the. order. fS
Sobeloff already has turned down similar requests from Charlottesville and War Warren
ren Warren County, Va. and state law has closed three schools. An adverse, ruling in the Nor Norfolk
folk Norfolk case would force a shutdown at three junior and three senior high schools,
i A hitch ttppif-ed in efforts at Charlottesville to set up. classes on an emergency
basis for those displaced by the closing order. The 50 teachers at idle Lane High
School served notice on two rival parent groups, that they must agree on a singl
teaching plan.
About 75 pupils from Lane High met yesterday and drew petitions asking Vir Virginia'
ginia' Virginia' Gov. J. Lindsay Almond to reopen the school. The petitions made no mention
of the racial issue.'

Almond closed Lane High and
tenable Elementary School 1p t
veek after a Federal aisinci.
!ourt ordered 10 Negroes admit-
mA in Vanahl And t,WO tO Lane.
Some 75 Lane students met
jecretly at a Unitarian church
jn Sundav to draw un a peuuuu
to Almond. The petition said the
ilgners knew the State Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature had authorized the gover governor
nor governor to close schools under fin?l
court orders to admit Negro stu students.
dents. students. V
But the students said they
were under the impression that
the same schools would be "re "reopened
opened "reopened by you at once as state
private schools."
If Almond does not plan to
reopen Lane, the petition said,
then the students hooe it will be
turned back to the local school
board to "find ways to onerate
the school on a public school
basis."
Sponsors of the new private
schools said they had no room
lor the 12 Negroes. There was
no immediate stern that the
Negroes would attempt to force
the issue. ;
The classes, to be held in
make shift quarters ranging
trnm haspmpnts to a former road
house were scheduled to cover
generally the same subject mat matter
ter matter as public schol classes.
Rut H. urns hot' immediately
known whether students would
get credit for the courses...
Other Charlottesville public
schools opened on schedule Sept.
8 on segregated basis.
Eleven Nerroes. returned to
the high and Junior hieh
schools in Van Buren, Ark.,
yesterday without a hand or
voice, being raised against
them.
Their return, two weeks after
"fctt anti-integration strike of 78
white student", apparently end ended
ed ended the second biggest lntegrar
i crisis in, Arkansas.
The biggest crisis is in Little
Rock, where Gov. Orval E. Pftu-
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,480 students, of -trie ioxn, juw
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The lessons-by-TV planput
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Van Buren officials expected
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class, three at the high school
and two at the junior high
school. Four left town for other
schools, but one, of them may
return. v
School Superintendent Calvin
Patterson said he wished the
Negroes, had tried to stick it
out longer atalnst the white
students' strike. '"
"It may be that the Negroes
gave un too soon." he said.
ITS. District Judge John E.
Miller refused to give, the NAACP
an lnlunction ordering the
school board to stpn interfering
with integration at Van Buren
la?t Friday.
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board and school authorities
con'd handle the situation.
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They roared to the state capl-'
tol with signs like "Education

without integration;" "Let's run
our own schools" and "We like
Faubus and Almond," on their.
cars:
At the governor's mansion, de
serted except for two state
troopers on guard, they chanted
"Two four, six, eight; we don't
want to integrate."
Meanwhile Florida's Gov. Le Le-roy
roy Le-roy Collins called, on Congress
to take action in the Smith's
school integration, crisis, but
his fellow Southern governors
were lukewarm to the idea.
Collins, in his address as
chairman of the 24th annuel
Southern Governors' Conference
meeting at Lexington, Ky., said.
"our central duricuity, I am
convinced, stems from our fail failure
ure failure to provide equitable imple implementation
mentation implementation and safeguarding
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AGAINST SCHOOL INTEGRATION Students from Lane
High School, Charlottesville, Va., turn their thumbs down
to show they are opposed to integration in their school.
Lane, which is under a Federal court order to admit two Ne Negroes,
groes, Negroes, was ordered closed by Virginia Gov. J. LiridSay Al Almond
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WASHtNGTON, Sept. 23 (UPI)
--AfHi'ur S. Flemming, Secretary
of .Health, Education and Welfare,
warned last night that serious
consequences would result from
any lengthy shutdown of Southern
schools in the integration crisis.
Ht said a prolonged impasse
would undermine the education
program "fust when we know
that, in the interest of national
defense, it is imperative for US
to strengthen it."
The. cabinet member's remarks
were contained in a prepared
statement, handed reporters at a
news conference, his second since
taking office last month.
He was referring to schools
closed in Virginia and Arkansas
under state law in the face of fed federal
eral federal court orders to mingle Ne Negroes
groes Negroes jmd whites.
Flemming described the school
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integration controversy as a
cause for real concern.
But he added that he shared
President Eisenhowers optimism
that the "good common sense
of the citittns of the affected
communities wilt. .bring about
a solution within the law to 0 0-pen
pen 0-pen the sehiols,"
He Warned that the Inmnr tha
Schools rem&in closer! fho mnra
difficult the problem will become.
x lemming particularly empasiz-
ed the difficulties if wnnlrl Innnlua
for men school seniors
speaking from his experience as
couege president, Flemming said
these Students will finrt it Hiffi.
CUlt and. in Some imrkAt-Mi
Die to carry out their plans" to
emer couege 11 tne high schools
remain ciosea tor a long period.
piemming said officials re responsible
sponsible responsible for keeping the
schools closed "will be telling
the young men and women en enrolled
rolled enrolled in those schools that
they are not going to hive the
same opportunity that other
young people have to realize
their hisheit nnnfil
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He repeated an earlier iitint
inai scnoois in federally impact
eu areas won i he nemeri r?nHo,.
al aid if they closed their doors
or converted to private institut
tions.
A small amount nt eiml. T?.JnM
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al aid is earmarked for Little
kock, atk., and Norfolk and Ar Ar-ling'on,
ling'on, Ar-ling'on, Va. Such payments are
noi maae until mid-year.
foul Robeson Tells
Audience He Will
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plans to live in Kritflanrf
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visitor.
Robeson, as well-known for his
leftist nolitics hie. .i1!.,,,'..
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to a eoncert audience of 1,500
iicie.
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make the British Isles the center
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Democrats Chortle Gleefully
Over Adams Resignation
WASHINGTON, Sept. 83 (UPI) Republican Congressional campaign chiefs toda .iMm
ed Sherman Adams' resignation as President Eisenhower? numbonesstaUnt Thev imS H
would prevent worsening of GOP prospects at the polls in November "m- iney 10
Democrats gleefully chortled 7'too late" and prepared to capitalize on Adams' dramatic TV
defense of his activities by demanding equal time to "answer" the departing White House aid?
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GOP chairman Meade Alcorn
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geis in aeiense or Adams ana
the administration's overall rec
ord in an appearance before the
national press ciub later mis
afternoon.
Already however! the official
political Uses had been drawn
over the Adams case, most con
troversial issue involving a high
White House figure in the Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower administration.
Adams, unbending New Eng Engender
ender Engender who ran afoul of a Con Congressional
gressional Congressional committee's charg charges
es charges of "Influence in govern government,"
ment," government," announced his resig resignation
nation resignation over all major radio
and television networks last
night in as publicized a depar departure
ture departure as could be remembered
for a high official.
In firm tones he defended his
20 years of public service and
his 5'2 years as Eisenhower's
trusted "chief of staff" and de
nounced his critics for what he
called their "campaign of villfi
cation" aimed at ousting him
from public life for their "per "personal
sonal "personal advantage."
The President, In a letter
written from Newport, R.I., re reluctantly
luctantly reluctantly accepted the resig resignation.
nation. resignation. He said he "deeply"
deplored the circumstances
which forced the former New
Hampshire governor to leave.
Adams' departure has been
under consideration ever since
House influence investigators
disclosed tnat Adams had ac
cepted lavish hospitality from
Bernard Goldfine when the mil
uonaire Boston textile manu
facturer was in hot water with
Federal agencies and seeking
Adams' neip.
Adams, a Picture of eravitv
and solemnity, as he spoke from
Broadcast House, Washlneton
headquarters of the Columbia
Broadcasting System, told of his
distaste for eivine way to charg
es against him under fire.
He said, however, that he
had to, weigh whether his con continuation
tinuation continuation In office "might con conceivably
ceivably conceivably delay or retard, even
In small degree, the achieve achievement
ment achievement of those goals of Presi President
dent President Eisenhower which lie a a-hesd."
hesd." a-hesd." Adams also said he had to
take into consideration the fact
that his continuance at the
White House might diminish
GOP chances of gaining control
of Congress in November.
He said his resignation will be
effective "as soon as an orderly
transition can be arranged for
the assumrjtion of my duties and
responsibilities."
The final decision, Adams said,
was reached "in the past few
days." The 59-year-old former
governor conferred with the

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President at Newport yesterday
morning.
"I conferred with him (the
President) and, in the course of
tnat conference, tendered my
resignation," Adams said. "This
he has accepted. ;
"This action of mine is final
and unqualified. It is not open
to reconsideration."
Adams, one of the chief archi
tects of the Eisenhower admin administration
istration administration and a primary force in
tne first Eisenhower election
campaign in 1952, did not speak
of his future.
Listening intently in the stu
dio with Adams was Maj. Gen.
Wilton B. Persons, chief deputy
to Adams at the White House
who has been mentioned fre frequently
quently frequently as a possible successor.
Eisenhower, In accepting
Adams' decision, praised his
assistant highly. His "Dear
Sherman" letter assured Ad Adams
ams Adams that "your total dedica dedication'
tion' dedication' to the nation's welfare
has been of the highest possi possible
ble possible order." He called Adams'
administration of his post bril brilliant.
liant. brilliant. Adams' intensely loyal wife,
Rachel, did not accompany him
to the studio.
Adam blamed neither the
Democrats nor the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans for forcing his departure,
saying simply that "These ef efforts,
forts, efforts, It Is now clear, have
been intended to destroy me
and in so doing to embarrass
the administration and the
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President of the United
States."
Adams said his testimnnv lu
fore the House investlgatora
"clearly established that 1 had
never influenced nor attempted
to influence any agency, or any
officer or emnlove of anv
cy in any case, decision or mat
ter wnatsoever."
He said the committee receiv received
ed received "completely irreannrtKM t
timony, and without conscience
gave ear to rumor, inunendo
and even unsubstantiated gos
sip.
Adams said manv nenni. had
wondered why he had not re resigned
signed resigned immediately When testi testimony
mony testimony led a number of people
muuauiK me president to tho
conclusion that he had beefi im imprudent.
prudent. imprudent. He said he had two basic rea reasons
sons reasons for delaying. & '.
"First, it is not nor has It
ever been my nature to run in
the face of adversity and, in my
years of public service-4early
20 now 1 have' never "brtc done
so.
"Second, since I have done
np wrong, my resigning could
have been construed as an ad admission
mission admission that I had, in the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere which has surround surrounded
ed surrounded the controversy."
Finally, he said, his decision
was made "difficult In the ex extreme"
treme" extreme" because he had "come tr
understand the selflessness and?
the dedication" of President Eis Eisenhower.
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