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

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Flyer Schmidt Denies Blame
For Crackup At Santa Clara
Balboa flyer Douglas Schmidt who crashed a friend's plan
which he borrowed for a pleasure trip to Santa Clara has de denied
nied denied all blame and hag asked that a suit for damages against
him at U.S. District Court at Ancon to be dismissed.
The plaintif is the owner of the wrecked plane. Warren
W. Morse, a Pacific Locks employe who has filed a suit for
$2,500 against Schmidt on the grounds that the lseter flew
the plane negligently.
In a written answer to the complaint filed with the court,
Schmidt denies all the allegations of carelessness and negli negligence,
gence, negligence, but as vet has not given his version of the cause of the

crasn wnjcn Claimed one me.
Schmidt, who, held a Panama
private pilot's license, borrowed
a Piper Clipper four-passenger
plane from Morse on March 9
and flew it from Paitllla Airport
in Panama City to Santa Clara.
He then took three men who
were bathing there up for a
spin; but the plane crashed in into
to into a clump of trees about 300
yards from the land end of the
runway and burst into flames.
Schmidt was badly burned
but recovered in Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital and two other passengers es escaped
caped escaped with minor injuries but
the other passenger, Richard
Gaul, 21, of Balboa, died from
burns 19 days after the crash.
Morse's suit blames the crash
on negligence, and carelessness
on the part of Schmidt "in that
he failed to operate said aircraft
during take-off in accordance
-with established procedures and
customs common to this type of
' aircraft."
Philip M. Goodman
Dies In Florida;
Was In PC Security
News of the death fit. Philip
M. GHbdtoan, former Canal em employe,
ploye, employe, in Winter Haven, Florida,
on Sept. 15, has been received by
friends. He was 42 years old.
Mr. Goodman served from
January 1953 untU Auguft 1956
as Assistant Chief of the Canal's
Internal Security Office.fHe was
a member of the Balboa Lions
Club and during his residence
here, he and Mrs. Goodman took
part Jn various types ofecommu ofecommu-nity
nity ofecommu-nity activity.
He was a native ofAtlanta,
Georgia. He served With the U.S.
Army as a commissioned officer
during World War II, touch of
his service being in Jhe Euro European
pean European theater.
In addition to his wife, he, is
survived by a son and a daugh
ter.
Feuding Factions
Divided By Marines
In Beirut Strife
BEIRUT, Lebanon, Sept. 24
nmnixs. Marine tanks and
riflemen moved in between twi
feuding Lebanese factions today
after an American military po police
lice police post got caught in crossfire
between the rival groups.
No shots were exchanged be
tween the Americans and Lii
nese. ' ;" .,
The Lebanese Army issued or
ders at the same time to shoot
armed civilians on sight, in an
attempt to Stave off civil strife.
Rifle and automatic fire
crackled through the streets of
Beirut all morning in the worst
violence since U.S. forces landed
In T.nhannn in Julv.
President Fuad Chehab, actlnjj
Just 24 hours after he took oi oi-fice,
fice, oi-fice, clamped down on the fight
ing with the snooi-on-signi ci cider.
der. cider. He also sent Lebanese-army
tanka t,n th main trouble spot.
The American forces moved lit
to help maintain security alter
firing between civilians endan endangered
gered endangered some American installa installations.
tions. installations. Balboa Cops Seek
naihnn nolice are looking for
a golfer witnout any ciuds.
a -f nf crnlfa fellihn In a hllie
csnvas ban with white trim trimming
ming trimming which Is part of stolen
Iiroperty recovered by the po poles
les poles is waiting at the Balboa
police station for its owner to
claim It.
The clubs are believed to
have been stolen rrom a car
in the Ancon area last weekend.

Held In

Schmidt Is believed to have
logged 120 hours flying time be
lore the day of the crash.
Morse, alleges that Schmidt
took off toward the north in instead
stead instead of heading into the south
wind, and failed to lower the
nose of the plane gradually dur during
ing during take-off. Instead he main maintained
tained maintained a continual climb which
caused the plane to lose power.
Then he made a sharp left turn
which was "completely contrary
to the procedures followed in
such cases."
Cora Flour Mixed
With Wheal Might
Cut CZ Bread Sales
A spokesman for the Bakers
Association of Panama has voiced
opposition to a suggestion that
corn flour be mixed with wheat
flour in the making of bread.
In a letter to the National Eco Economic
nomic Economic Council, Modesto Meana,
president pf the association, ex expressed
pressed expressed fekrs that Canal Zone a a-renries
renries a-renries which now buv bread
from Panama bakeries would be
reluctarft to continue buying bredd
in Panama If the suggestion was
put into practice.
The suggestion had been made
by Manuel Varela Jr. as a means
of providing an outlet for the
country's surplus corn.
Maena maintained that the us
of corn flour in bread, even in
small quantities, might cause a
big drop in the sale of bread, be because
cause because everyone knows that bread
containing a mixture of corn flour
is heavier and harder to digest.
Mike Moreno Says
Latin America Needs
Fast, Solid Answers
WASHINGTON Sept. 24
(Xjpi) Panamanian foreign
minister Miguel J Moreno Jr.,
said todav that Latin America
needs "urgent and concrete
solutions" for its economic
problems.
Moreno said in an Interview
he hoped the foreign ministers
of the 21 American republics
were prepared to pave the way
for an effective economic de-
vplnnmpnt nrnoram.
Otherwise, he warned the
people of the less developed
countries will be deeply disap disappointed
pointed disappointed and lose faith In In In-teramerlcan
teramerlcan In-teramerlcan conferences as a
wav of improving their wel welfare.
fare. welfare. "We must take care that our
work shall not result in some
romantic declaration when
what our people want are ur urgent
gent urgent and concrete solutions for
their economic problems," he
said.
Outlining Panama's position
at the conference. Moreno said
his government would support
"any initiative to strengthen
economic cooperation within
the Organization of American
States."
This was a reference to Bra Brazilian
zilian Brazilian President Juscelino Kub Kub-itschek's
itschek's Kub-itschek's long-range develop development
ment development proposals he named "Pan
American operation."
Kubitschek originally asked
that a committe of 21 nations
be formed in Washington to
study specific recommendations
but following consultations with
other governments, Brazilian
diplomats are now agreed to
let the OAS Council appoint
the group.
HOW'S THAT AGAIN?
LONDON (UPI) Publicity men
for the Rover Car Company
scrambled today to issue correc corrections
tions corrections to one of their press re
leases which said the Rover "has
earned itself a reputation during
the past two years for high speed
travel in the minimum of com
fort."

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ARMES CACHE FOUND National Guardsmen dig up bundles of Molotoy cocktails and am-
munition on former Assemblyman David Anguizola's farm In Chlriqui after finding a number

WEAPONS ARRIVE IN PANAMA CITY Machne guns and rifles found on the Anguizola farm In David are shown in this
photograph taken at National Guard headquarters here after their arrival yesterday. In addition to the weapons, police
authorities found a large quantity of ammunition, fuses and some dynamite.

Chiang's Sabrp Pilots Claim 11 Red Mig-17s
In. Supersonic Dogfight Over Formosa Straits

TAIPEI. Formosa. Sent. 24
riiPi)Nationallst Sabres shot
down 11 Communist Mig-l7s and
possibly damaged six others in
Cuban Federals
Let Castro Sack
Town In Oriente
HAVANA (VP1) Government
troops in the Oriente Province
town of Palms Soriano locked
thprmeplvfls ud in the local fortress
and permitted Fidel Castro's re
bels to enter tne town ana sscki i
t will for six hours, it1 was dis
closed yesterday,
witnesses said the rebels en
tered the town Monday night.
captured arms, ammunition ana
food supplies and then abandoned
the town, taking their booty in
trucks, jeeps and other vehicles.
"Not a single snot was nrea
'hp witnesses said.
Palma Soriano, a town of 16,000
n rebel infested Oriente Prov
nee, is an' important trade and
ndustrial center, snout is miles
northwest of Santiago de Cubs. It
i on main highway and railway

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a battle with more than 100 Red
planes over the Formosa straits
today, the Defense Ministry an announced.
nounced. announced. It was by far the biggest aerial
battle of the Quemoy war and
the biggest bag for the Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist pilots who were believed to
have used new American alrrto alrrto-alr
alr alrrto-alr guided missiles In what the
Nationalists called a major vic victory.
tory. victory. The Nationalists had downed
only 17 Mlg Jets in the months
of aerial battles over the For Formosa
mosa Formosa Strait since the Commu Communist
nist Communist high command rushed hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of jet fighters and bomb bombers
ers bombers to the coastal airports op opposite
posite opposite Formosa in July and Au Au-gust.
gust. Au-gust. The Nationalists said all of
their planes returned safely to
their bases on Formosa. I
The brief but furious battle
started around noon with the
Nationalist planes s w o o ping
down on big flights of Red Migs
which swept out of the clouds
to do combat. The battle raged
'or miles up and down the coast,
vss fought so swiftly It wae over
In 15 minutes.

prising Conspiracy

The last Nationalist-Communist
jet battle came on Sept. 18
when the Nationalists claimed
their Sabres shot down five of
the faster Mlg-17s and probably
destroyed another.
Peiplng radio reported some
Nationalist planes damaged but
it did not deny the Taipei claims
of victory.
Most of today's battle was
fought in the skies over Luchao,
some 210 miles north of Formo Formosa
sa Formosa in China's Cheklang province
much further north than pre previous
vious previous battles.
There were Indications the
Living Cost Same
NEW vORK OIPD-The cost of
livinn unchanced in AimnM.
the Natonal Industrial Confer Conference
ence Conference Board reported today.
Thn iteaHiness in the livinc cost
index followed a slight decline in
July the first dip after 26 consec
utive months ot rising prices.
Last Friday, the Bureau of
Labor Statistics said its cost-of-living
index dipped .02 per cent
in August for the first decline in
two years.

RP-wide

For 5 Other Plot

Ar least 14 persons were under arrest today following
revolutionary plot to capture the province of Chiriquf and
throw the government of President Ernesto de la Guardia
Minister of Government and Justice Max Henrt-emnHe

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on the trail ot every one of

to the republic. .
Heurtematte did not specify who he is seeking as mastermind of the foiled plot.
He merely said it was a plot between "certain students and certain politicians.7'
Wealthy cattleman and ex-assemblyman David Anguizola, on whose Chiriquf
farm a buried arsenal was found yesterday, was picked up by Chiriqui police last
night. Among five others for whom oickun orHer nr nut ll u ":'

another former assemblyman
a!M'ter '"ner c
a I Liberal Party.
fight may have started in the
Quemoy area and then swirled
north, a matter of seconds for
the supersonic jets.
Generals To Join
In Menial Labor
Jobs In Red China
TOKYO UPI() Communist
Chinese officers including even
generals may be peeling potatoes
with the lowliest private in a new
army wide political campaign.
This possibility arises from a
recent directive, reported today
by Radio Peiplng and the New
China News Agency, which states
that "all cadres of the Chinese
People's Liberation Army w;ll
spend a month every year in the
ranks as ordinary soldiers."
General Yang Teh-chih and 12
other high ranking officers i"
the Tsinan area left late last
week to work as enlisted men in
the companies, the agency report reported.
ed. reported. "They will obey the orders of
the company officers like the oth
er men there," it added.

Pickup Orders Out

. 5jwtiimiciii wuj
the aaitators who are nttemnin t w

and the chairman of the Chiriqui branch of the Naiietft

Some sources speculated today that ths suspension
of constitutional guarantees was discussed yesterday at an
urgent meeting held at the Presidencies in the event that
the present state of unrest continues for the next few
days.
Heurtematte said the discovery of the weapons being
carried by four students at Divisa, and on Anguizola's
farm in David, confirmed the existence of a situation of
which thfgornment wae well awtn,
f5 minister chtrgsd tn pwmMifkg to
'disuslpujtfi order anO)ft sow chaos in the courrtrllfP
the purpose of satisfying their desire to com into power,
regardless of the blood that might have been shed or the
suffering they might tiave caused in many Panamanian
homes."
Heurtematte promised "rapid and deserved punish punishment"
ment" punishment" for the plotters.

The arms and ammunition
dug up yesterday on Anguizola's
farm were flown to Panama Ci City
ty City yesterday by the National
Guard. The 22 Molotov bombs
were left behind as too danger
ous to carry in the plane.
The men being sought b;
police authorities are: former
Assemblyman Norbertp Zurita;
Dr. Juan B. Morales, Liberal
Party leader in David; Luis A.
Dels ado; former Assemblyman
Homero Velasquez, who left
with his family over the week weekend
end weekend for the United States, and
a student identified only as
Gonzalez.
New arrests todav inehide
Benjur Sclopls, In David; Carlos
Changmarln, a Communist, and
Alfredo (Tito) Arango.
According to statements made
by those under arrest, the plot
was to have been put into op operation
eration operation some time before Oct.
1 with an assault on the Na National
tional National Guard headquarters at
David and disturbances in
both Panama and Colon.
This morning District Attor
ney Francisco Alvarado started
questioning the alleged plotters
who are under arrest here in
Panama City.
He began with the question questioning
ing questioning of Jose P. Mufioz, who was
arrested on a tip at noon Mon Monday
day Monday with 50 hand grenades of
Czech manufacture In an auto
mobile he was driving.
When arrested Mufioz claimed
he had been given the grenades
at the Panama University and
that they were the property of
Nicanor (Chungo) Villalaz.
Two revolvers found In Mufioz'
home after his arrest were, he
claimed, being kept bv him for
Zurita, who has disappeared
from the Panama City radio
station which he operates.
Jose Sen Jr., Mauro Lasso
and Marcos A. Rodriguez, who
were arrested after a number
of weapons and ouantity of
ammunition were found in an
automobile in which they were
riding, told police they were
transporting the weapons from
the TTnlverftitr to Anguizola's
farm In Ch'Hqul.
Additional arrest orders were
"xperted today as a result of the
luestlonlnsr of the suspects
which began this morning.
Yesterday, newsman Oulller
mo Vega was arrested but re
'eased some hours later. The Se-
"ret Police said they onl" want
d to return a suitcase which he
owns and in which a student

Suspects

yesterday's exposure of a
march on Panama to over,
Jr.
nA fU JsM
was found to be carrying a ma ma-chinegun
chinegun ma-chinegun last May.
The urgent meeting held 'MM
the Presidencia yesterday was
attended by President de la
Guardia, two of his cabinet
ministers, Attorney General Her Her-mogenes
mogenes Her-mogenes de la Rosa and Nation National
al National Guard Commandant Col. Bo Bolivar
livar Bolivar Vallarino, in addition to
other governmental advisers.
Meanwhile, security meas measures
ures measures continued in force in the
vicinity of the Presidencia,
Streets leading to the Presi Presidential
dential Presidential Palace are blocked off
with chains and policed by at
least two members of the Pres Pres-identiai
identiai Pres-identiai Guard to divert all
traffic headed in that direc direction.
tion. direction. The plot consisted of seizing
the National Guard headquar headquarters
ters headquarters at David, blowing ud! the
bridges leading to the other
provinces, destroying landing
fields, raiding the Chiriqui banks
and holding prominent business
and cattlemen for ransom.
The destruction of the land
ing fields would not include the
Malek Airport at David.
This was to have been crowd crowded
ed crowded with vehicles to prevent any
planes carrying government
forces from attempting a land landing.
ing. landing. The plotters apparently con contemplated
templated contemplated using the Malek air airport
port airport to bring In professional
soldiers and supplies from other
countries.
Snipers, who had been train trained
ed trained by Salvador Garcia, a Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rican who served 14 years
in the U.S. Army and who was
deported from 'Panama to the
United Slates a few weeks ago,
were to have been stationed
at the bridges which had been
blown to foil any attempt by
rnvernment forces to repair
the bridges or to negotiate a
crossing.
According to the plan, student
disorders would have been stag staged
ed staged in both Panama City and Co Colon
lon Colon simultaneously with the
Chiriqui uprising, to keep the
main force of the National'
Guard occupied.
The arms and ammunition
brought to Panama City yester yesterday
day yesterday by the National Guard 1
eluded a large quantity of dum dumdum
dum dumdum bullets, the use of which
has been outlawed by the Gene Geneva
va Geneva Conference. H

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THE MAIL BOX

MILK AND

i seen in the other night's paper where the Panamanian folks
wants M.noi Dairy closed. Acw ihat makes me feel plum worried.
Wd lived thru Panama's other doings but when 1 think of leeding my
little joung-uns their old bottled squirt I get plum sick. My wite
and me has six mighty irisky and picrt little boys and we are aimin
on there or four gals to go with em. But we got to have good clean
Sulk to raze the ones we done got.
1 heered tell that Panamanian wimmen that razes their babies
does it on canned or powdered milk (mostly khm.)
' 1 Folks like us from Arkansas believes kids gotta have fresh clean
milk to ever make the grade (like the diffrunts between fresh and
rotten aiggs.) Now any feller knows that 2 plus 2 equals 4 simple
arjthi.ietik, but you add 2 plus 2 of them thar Panamanian dairy
rnwc tnspiher and vou set into that solid geometry like this: T.B.,

milk plus dirty rusty cans plus infected bags plus sick milkers plus
dusty roads plus hours a sittin in the sun minus good inspection
equals some mighty dangerous milk fer a body to drink, especially
effen his z, live body. In fac et takes a dam good filter and pas pas-terizer
terizer pas-terizer to get by at all.
. Now wt always been mighty proud of our kids that we are a
raising on Pasterurized. Homeogenized, Inspectacized milk from
Mindi Dairy (I ain't right sure I know what that middle word
riwaans, but I think its good so I put it in too), but we ain't staying
down here to feed our voung uns nothin unfit.
Cou sc I know a lot of folks got some mighty fine Skotch Whis Whiskey
key Whiskey here, but you sure cant raze younguns on it and some times too
' much of it aint good fir a plum grown man. Why 1 seen aman git
too much of it onetime an he went prancing around like a mule
wi'h the blind staggers. Then he had one more drink of it and went
tf-;bellerin like a stu-1 boar chasin a Duroc gilt after eating sour
mash
The very next mornin he come me all ant and trembly like an
tod me he thot he had lumbago in his hooks, so T sent him to the
clubhouse to drink a quart of that there good Mindi milk. That the
way we used to do after too much -ware dancin sn corn likker back
home, and it shore helped a heap. Except we had out own cow (Old
Bessie) blrss her! She done a stood tsm fer us kids.
I believes down her a little Skotch is nrettv good fer a feller
but effen he s'avs abel to make a livin fer his famly hes gotta have
some food milk too, in fac more m'lk than Skotch. And our wifes
rant bring us healthv offsnrings drinVin all skotch an no milk.
Whv iffen you taken awav your wifs mil' shed he a smooth mouth
befoie her fourth voun un was bon and hawlin fur some store hot
tee h eos she could still eat corn offein the cob and crack her own
pecars.
And that Vitalac now there a eood exammV of the kind of
monoplev them Panama dairies wants. The onl" trouble is that the
end product a'nt fit fur hoomin consumption, (unless yu mean what
we Oil bin" feVAtv):
Yes I feel plum sorry fer these poor Panamanians cause these
rich Panamanians is always a wantin to get richer and dont eive a
hoot i r a ri.-m for the poor working type Panamanian, except that is
around election .time when they treats him somewhat better.
No wonder t hem high school and college boy been actin up so
bad. Unnerstand I aint approvin their actions none but you know
kids, there always .train to charge things eben if the wrong way,
Course iffu. our boys acted like Ihat in Arkansas we just took I hem
behind the barn an used a horse whip -to take off a Tew layers of
hidehoffen there sitting parts. That always done a great deal a good
to them troublesome ones.
lflcn you'll notlse most of them rich Panamanians politicians or.
dairymen got way too much a stickin out on there back sides which
just goes to show they aint had much strong Arkansas-style teachin
and course they grow up mightv selfish that a way I soose that is
why' they is always askin for this and that and mos'hly they gets it.
Me and muy wife thinks its high time them hying fellers started pad pad-dim'
dim' pad-dim' tir own ravueo.
A'l a r.ians gptta do to know the oo'rome of our milk supply if
Panim taks oyer is just look at what they done teken over. Look
at he Washington Hotel and the swunmin cool that our kids uster
take lessens in. Now aint that oool a prett" mess?
And that New Oistebal, it looks to me like the varmit took it
over instead of anv kind of folks. I hear now the" is coniderin to
lease to th turist bureaus as n hunting conrrnn. That 'hore
will be noisv in Colon with all that banging but there should be
pler.tv of e.tme.
We1' I'd sin off now and hope them fellers will not keep a ask ask-in
in ask-in f.ir Mindi Dair" beeause thev dint ?ot everything the" ast for
but our yh.rt j,nd they're alwava gakin fer more 1 know iffen they
pets MinHi rarv th nrice of milk aint fnn stav where it is either.
Besides ol Ked i atjll too voung an spirited to turn nut to oasture.
Se fer now T" say "Ardose" (of good clean milk daily) until
Pauama gets it too.
Arkansas Traveler.

MINDI

v Sinee the Mail Box Is anparentlv the onlv war to voice a pro pro-;$est
;$est pro-;$est in the Canal Zone T m"?t raise my voice here aeainst this latest
outrageous proposal. MinHi Dairy must not be closed.
t Anparentlv it was bad tacties for the US to give in on even one
sPanamaii-ait demand ti close down a Zone ooeration. But we can
do without rure soda. No one reallv has to consume soda, so when
th Panama-produced sodas sre found to contain foreign material
rahin from roaches to sand and grit whv, we simply top drink drinking
ing drinking sud a.
And when the loca'lv-oroduced nharmaeeutiral products sold
uner Commissary brand name are found to he adulterated, immire
or hazardous. y simply buy States -produced, brand name substi substitutes,
tutes, substitutes, or do without.
B'i' milr is vital and cannot He procured from the States bv
nvtijie short an sirl"t. It wou'd thetfora he simoler to keen
Mini coercing, hv the Zone and fer the Zone, and advise our
greedy neighbors to go fly a kite.
Anti-Appeasement.
SCHOOL FANS
Sir:
We have traveller far and wide, but never have we encounter encountered
ed encountered sv-h utterlv abominable school conditions before.
First of all, the lack of fanr, in Ibis heat is m t only unhealthy,
but also is certainly not conducive to a student doin? good work.
A high school cafeteria is another great lack If a student eats
his lunch in the classroom he has to pet out at 12 20 and go where?
In the hot sun, standing as there are no seats available?
How can our good Governor sit back in his air-conditioned
home and his air-conditioned office when all we asV for are fans and
a f.iod cafeteria? Is there an Administration Building office with without
out without r fan? Indeed not.
We will be happy when our tour of dutv here i over, but in the
meantime will snvone join us in donating fans to Diablo grade school
and Balboa High?
Justified.

EUROPEAN BEER

Sir:

Jterr g of the US-Panama Memorandum of Understanding states:

"In general conneetion with

items of merchandise for resale in the sales stores of the Canal
Zor., it will be the practice of the agencies concerned to acaoire
sueh items either from United States sources or Panamanian sources
unless, in certain instances, it is not feasible to do so."

The Armed Forces buy these

ian sources namely Duran. Canavvagio. Renriauez and sn forth.

These are Panamanians out to make a buck in fair competition with

Aleman's brewery.
Does brewerr manager Mayor Aleman smoke Panama cigar

ettes or Chesterfields? Does ha
papev?

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ama? Panama? I li're Balboa beer, but I don't blame the Zone huying other

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Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIESEL
ATLANTIC CITY A nrolnri
in major politics has been playeu
nere an weeK across the stage ol
the eiant Stiel WnrlcAra' nnavan.
lion am iH hnnino hiccino snH
jeering of President Eisenhower
j ii i ..
ana uii spoilsman, i s. secreia-
ry of Labor Jim Mitchell,
In this advance showing of
what's to come in the Presidential
drama nf Iflfid thorn aaemori liltiu
doubt that the hissing was touched
off by organized cat calling
squaas on ine iioor ol this vast
convention mosque.
The rat railing rlarma oni lhaii-
O mi.
signals mixed. They knew they
were to boo the mention of Re Republicansand
publicansand Republicansand especially the Pre President
sident President Of the IT S Rut thev hnnarl
Jim Mitcneii long, beiore he
said anything. The hooting started
as he stepped into the plataform.
Mr Mitchell's nlano lial hoiin
delayed when massive squadrons
oi sea guns captured the Atlantic
City airport and refused to get off
the runwav Mix time.tahla urac
therefore slightly disrupted. As
ine i,aDor secretary waited to
take the microphone, the whnoner-
uppers started on him until their
president, Dave McDonald, tohl
them, in effect that thic was
one Republican they should not
boo. Mr. Mitchell had been of
great help to the union and was
const-lered a friend of labor.
The crowd want silant. In a a-mazement,
mazement, a-mazement, the 3,200 delegates to
the Unittd Steel-workers' Ninth
Convention heard their causa
championed. Whan Jim Mitchell
finished, their applause shook
the concrete rafter. To observ observer
er observer the applause was roaring
confirmation of what political in
aiders were saying of Jim Mit Mitchellthat
chellthat Mitchellthat soma of the highest
Republican leadsrt think him a
natural candidate fer the vice vice-presidential
presidential vice-presidential rumination on the
1M Republican ticket.
These insiders have been say saying
ing saying that no GOP ticket containing
Mr. Mitchell could be considered
anti-labor. Furthermore, he has
wide rank-and-file labor support
and contacts with such union lead
ers as Dave McDonald.
Mr. Mitchell's champions make
the point that he is one of the
most prominent Catholics in the
GOP and he would be the logical
man to ioust with Massachusetts'
crusading Senator John Kennedy
if the racket-busting New England
er takes first or second spot in
the Democratic ticket. Mr. Ken
nedy, too, is Catholic.
Mr. Mitchell's backers point to
the recent Maine election as a
sure sign of things to come in this
fall campaigning as well as the
presidential race in 1960. In Maine
a small but hard-hitting labor no
litical machinf added scores of
thousands of votes to the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic total. And there no longer
is anv doubt that the AFL-CIO na
tional political machine, COPE
(Committee on Political Educa Education),
tion), Education), has abandoned its nominal
non partisan attitude.
Here, amid thousands of pieces
of political literature strewn on
the convention tables and tn the
corridors, there is ample evidence
of the early and bitter drive a
g,- President Eisenhower.
This political, falling like torn
ticker-tape over the nation us it
did over the convention tables is
in the form of little booklets. One
of them charges President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and the Republicans with
deliberately planning the reces
sion to create millions of jobless.
This tract is called "They
P' d i That Way." It's
COPE Publication No. 3i.
1 s another t"i!let, No. 44,
which talks of political contribu contribution
tion contribution to the GOP by America's
12 "big families." Still another,
r'o. 45, expoits the Bernard
Goldfine case. In this one, the
labor strategists created the
phrase "Ths Eisenhower-Nixon -Jams
Administration."
There is no doubt that the labor
have decided to hit President
Ejcaphmtrer perionallv. directly
and without any subtlety. There
s n" ''nubt thit to many districts
the balance of power in the fall
and oresident'al elections will be
the rank-and-file vote of some 18,
oonooo union members. That's
why these union convention p'at p'at-tr
tr p'at-tr --nt esnei-iiy tMs b'g one
have been sought out by the
brightest politicians in both part
ies.
Look at New Jersey's Gov. Ro
bert Meynea, who couldn't find
t'e to d"ve from Trenton to this
city last December to greet the
AFL-CIO national convention, a
very controversial gathering. This
year, he came in with a long po
litical speech to the Steelworkers,
attacking every Republican ex except
cept except Abraham Lincoln. And Harry
Tr-m?n has asreed to come not
only because he knows the value
of l'bnr votes but beruase he is
pushing his own candidate, Sen
St""rt "-min'"on.
Jim Mitchell is considered one
of the 'ew Republicans who can
neutralize this array despite the
cat-calling claques.

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THE HEAOLINERS
Debbieddie are now Eddie and
Debbie. The man who once sent
his wife a gift inscribed: "A won
derful thing happened to me to
dayyou now tells the world he
never loved his wife. The girl
who confidently declared: "To oe
very lrank about it, when I be become
come become Mrs. Eddie Fisher, that's
it. I don't ever intend to pick up
a newspaper someday and reau
that we didn't make good on our
marriage" now undergoes medical
treatment at the consequence
of the unhappy headlines. .Wnat
does it take to make people hap happy?
py? happy? Money? Fame? Success?
Good Health? Children? Youth?
The Fishers had it all and it
wasn't enough.
Lurking in the shadows of tne
melancholy story if a monster
called fate which makes puppets
of people. When Mike Todd's
plane crashed, it had a shatter shattering
ing shattering effect on the lives of three
people who were far from the
scene of the tragedy.
The big financial news of the
month was the revelation that
Toots Shor o'"tr,,e'l hic watering-
place for $1,500,000. Mr. Shor's
.cuoos on assuming millionaire
status were recorded in great de
tail in numerous colyums. The
fact is that Toots was rich long
before he got a million dollars.
He has a "million" friends.
It's dog-bites-man news but
the Yankees have copped anoth
er pennant with the aid of their
leading batboy, Miguel Mantle. .
.Mantle once appeared on a TV
program with Kim Novak. After
wards, he gasped: Boy, is she
'"netbine! She's a real big girl.
Why, she's got a back almost like
mine. Mantle is probably the
only man who was ever fascinat-
d hv Mis Novak's back. Happi
ly, her other dimensions are dif different.
ferent. different. Nevertheless, you cannot
blame Mickey for being impress
ed. There isn't a major learue
hurler who can pitch a prettier
curve than Kimmmmmm.
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the
pleasure
at our

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The Satepost, which was
founded by Benjamin Franklin, o o-pened
pened o-pened its pages to the philosophy
of a 20th Century scholar named
Zsa Zsa. To the astonishment oj
practically nobody, Double-Z has
boldly come out in favor of love
and luxury. Miss Gabor, who
leads her private life in public,
now contends that she never lov loved
ed loved Rubirosa. .Some time ago
the following paragraph was de deleted
leted deleted from Zsa Zsa's bylineti con
fession in Coronet mag: "I have
been criticized because I spenu
so much time travelling around
with Rubi. But what's, wrong with
that? We are grownup people
and we like to get together. We
each have more than one mar
riage mistake behind us and we
must get to know each other
thoroughly before we risk mar marriage
riage marriage again." (Blackout.)
Ricky Nelson is the latest Pied
Piper of the teen agers. He is
busily collecting glory and golden-
trophies. The youngster declares:
Show business is mv life and I
don't think I need college, so I'm
tnrougn with studies." When you
believe there isn't anything worth
learning, it only demonstrates how
much you have to learn. The
young man should be reminded
that apllause has brief echoes
but knowledge endures for a life lifetime.
time. lifetime. Noel Coward, who is visiting
New York, carves words out of
marshamallows and concocts wit witty
ty witty confections. He is the darling
of Mr. and Mrs. Chichi the very
model of a modern major sophis sophisticate.
ticate. sophisticate. .And now, folks, for the
startling contrast: Coward doesn't
drink. He confesses "drinking
bores and upsets me." He also
states he is "too old to have that
gala feeling. If I stay up all night,
it's because I like observing, not
to go on any whoopee feast."
Noel's idea of great fun: Goinq
to bed early with a good book. I I-ronically,
ronically, I-ronically, Mr. Sophisticate lives
like the peasant he has scorned
in his songs and shows.
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Gwen Verdon will light up the
Roxy's marquee next week in
the film version of "Damn Yan
kees." The film represents her el elevation
evation elevation to movie stardom. .For
many years, Miss Verdon was a
jill-of-all-trades in Hollywood. She
played bit roles in films, danced
in the chorus, served as a stand
in lor stars arid functioned as a
dancing coachv Her most unusual
jobs consisted of teaching Jane
Russell how to be more sexy and
Marilyn Monroe how to be less.
Gene Tierney's comeback is one
of the happier show biz stories.
After four years of struggling
with emotional problems, Miss
Tierncy has returned to Movieville
to resume her career. She can candidly
didly candidly declcares: "I had wonderful
care. And, fortunately, I had an
illnrtt-c- I In I .r.,i1rt Ur, .l,Mf
Her stbry offerfa reminder that
no one ever falls so low that he
cannot rise again. Tragedy and
heartbreak are as much a part
of life as happiness and success
You rarely have one without the
other. The only time you lose is
when you lose hope.
Juvenile delinquency encompass
es numerous personal tragedies
It is news but it is not new.
This reporter has no patience with
those who approach the problem
with despair rather than hope
Hence, for the despairing, we of
er this hopeful story: May
years ago a youngster tought in
neighborhood street gangs. He us
ed barrel staves as a weapon in
dangerous and bloody battles. On
one occasion, he has admitted, he
stole candy from the desk of
schoolmate.
This youngster eventually be
came one of our most distinguish
ed citizens Bernard Baruch.
Perry Como has resumed his
TV show and has given the me
dium something it desperately
needs: Entertainment. As always,
Como makes it look so easy. The
secret of his songcess is a sim
pie idea. The star has explained
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WASHINGTON Bubhlv Bertha
Acuuns, tne uwa to lady ooit
tician made a pitch tn the Dan
Kiver Textile Mills the other dav
for some free draperies for her
new office.. r
She occupies spacious Quarters
in the Health. Education, arid vvel
fare Department, where she mov
ed last month from the Reiuihlie-
an National Committee. She is the
is the new undersecretary, iust
one step neiow being another 0
veta Gulp Hobby.
(The latter lady headed the HEW
until the' Salk Vaccine scandal
lifted her out of the Cabinet as if
she had been stuck with a hvnn
dermic needle.)
Bertha posed for pictures ear
Uer this, week with four teenagers
woo naa oeen selected as "typical
moaern American girls to pro
mote Dan River fabrics. After
Bertha had obliged for the photo
graphers, she apologized for her
new office which she complained
sadly, was "drab."
It had keen a man's office, she
saia, and needed the feminine
touch. WouWn't it be mVr h
aaaea brightly, if Dan River Mills
could donate some slip covers and
urauenes.
The Dan RlVer representative
tactfully reminded Miss Adkins of
another textile manufacturer. Ber
nard troidfine. who got into trou
ble for presenting gifts to high
uvemment omciais.
"Oh, well," shrugeed Bertha.
u wasn i a oaa idea.
SOURPUSS BLUES
The dreary news from Formo
sa and Little Rock hanss over the
white House these days like a
stifling fog.
Aides are almost afraid to crack
a smile for fear it mieht be mis
interpreted by their straw boss,
Sherman Adams, whose misfor
tunes have made him frostier than
ever.
Even White House prankster
rom stennens, the President s ir
repressible appointments secreta
ry, is somewhat subdued.
After the Maine election some in
sensitive souls whispered around
the White House the revised slo
gan: As Ma me goes, so goes Sher
man Adams."
But most White House emolov
es considered it an act of disloyal disloyalty
ty disloyalty to repeat it. That the wjae.
crack was attributed to Vice Pres
ident Nixon only heightened the
tension.
The President, who bristles at a
smutty story but relishes a good
loke. hs found tittle to lauh at
lately. EVen White House Jester
oeorge Allen, his partner at farm
ing and bridge, has gone dignifed
on mm. v
Ike sees nothing funny in iokes
on himself, such as the current
Story about 'the,: aide who asked
him about the Civil Rights bill.
"I thought Goldfine paid that,"
me is ouoted m th punchline.
Worry weighted Washington of
ficialdom sorely misss former
Secretary of Defense Charlie Wil-
it: "I'm convinced it doesn't mat matter
ter matter what you do or even how you
sing. People have to like you as
a person first. If they likp vou,
you're in. When they stop liking
you as a person, you're gone."
Ethel Barrymore recently cele celebrated
brated celebrated her 79th birthday. For ma
ny years she has been a great
actress. Her spirt has always
been vital. One of her friends
has explained: "She simply doesn't
think old, talk old or feel old."
Miss Barrymore's wit has al always
ways always been sharp. Speaking of
oirtnaays in general, she has o-
pmed: "I should have djed years
ago when I had a bad case of
pneumonia one of the two decent
illnesses I've had in my life- They
didn't bury me, but I'll never get
obituaries such as I had then
never!" 1
They interviews with Roy Cam Cam-panella,
panella, Cam-panella, the other day, m a d e
touching reading. The man who
suffered an almost crushing phy physical
sical physical blow remains cheerful and
hopeful. .Campanella once said:
When you re a kid you play base
ball and it starts going down in inside'
side' inside' of you. I don't care how old
you are, you have to have that
spirit. I know I ve got it and I
don't think I'll ever lose it." For
Innately, he hasn't lost it. Cam-
nanella retains the spit, the
hope, the faith of a child. It is a
spirit which should be an inspir
ation to ail men.
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son whose foot-in mouth quips us used
ed used to break the atraia. He was
abUvto poke fua even at his ow
bluntspokenness.
.u"A? mother whale said to
the baby whale, it'a only when
you re spouting that you're likely
to be harpooned," be said rueful ruefully
ly ruefully of himself.
National Security Council and
Cabinet meetings bow operate on
a streamlined schedule with an a a-genda
genda a-genda that allows' little time for
light banter.
Secretary of State Dulles, who
has been taking the lead lately in
policy-making meetings, is absolu absolutely
tely absolutely humorless. Most of his col colleagues
leagues colleagues in the Cabinet ore also
deadpan.
Such Congressional humorists as
Oklahoma's Sen. Bob Kerr and
nXansa' Con8resman Brooks
nays, who corn their own humor,
have gone. home to campaign.
. Resulting lament: What Wash Wash-laugh"
laugh" Wash-laugh" needs today is a good belly
ACKSTAOI! 40HEMIAN
Nebraska's Sen. Roman Hruska,
despite his Bohemian forebears
aS i?ei,r0MIC' bespectacled look
of stnall-town respectability, seld-
tW"' mouth on Sent
except to, grunt "Over" dur dur-foS.the
foS.the dur-foS.the legislative cfendar call,
this is the term used to block bills
from passing by unanimous con con-sent.
sent. con-sent. H??,eindi. ftS scene'- however,
arusica has been a vigorous cham champion
pion champion of the oil and insurance in in-ferests.
ferests. in-ferests. He also battled for the bill billboard
board billboard lobby which won the right
to erect splashy billboards ahtfig
the new federal highways.
I J worth recording therefore,
that Hruska had a heart-to-heart
talk before the 1956 campaign with
John Neff, the same Superior Oil
Company lobhyist whocaused a
national scandal by trying to con con-tribute
tribute con-tribute $2500 to South Dakota's
Sen Francis Case in return for
a pledge to vote for the natural
gas bill.
,HUx?k dmitted to this column
that Neff had also inquired about
his stand on the natural gas bill
and that he (Hruska had declar declared
ed declared himself in favor of it. Neff
promptly followed up contributing
$2500 to the Nebraska Republican
Committee.
The Senator vigorously denied,
however, that his support of the
natural gas bill had anything to
do with the contribution. He also
denied that his stand on insurance
measures, such as his vote to
cuse .toe big life insurance compa companies
nies companies from navinw (81 Ann nnn i-
back taxes, had been, influenced
) amau campaign offerings from
insurance executives.
surance companies which used to
oe ms law clients.
.Unlike some Senators who con continue
tinue continue to rake In bigprofits from
their law firms, Hruska gav? up
most of his practice when he came
to Congress in 1952. The only in in-surance
surance in-surance company he still repre represents
sents represents is the non-profit West. t
hemian Fraternal Association.
HrusKa s battle for billboards
must have pleased the Metz Brew Brewing
ing Brewing Company, a billboard advertis advertiser
er advertiser in Nebraska, which has also
been represented by Hruska 's law
firm. i
The Senator explained to this
column, however, that the firm is
not a partnership and that anoth anoth-er
er anoth-er lawyer handled the Metz ac account.
count. account. Nitrogen makes up 78 per
cent of the air people breathe,
while only 21 per cent is oxy
gen. There are about 20,000,000
tons of nitrogen above every
square mile of the earth's sur
face. Without nitrogen, people
could not grow or repair dam
aged or worn-out tissues. It
is a colorless, odorless, taste tasteless
less tasteless gas that dissolves only
slightly in water.
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As Separation Looms; Home Filthy

SPARTA, Mich., Sept. 24
riiPT)A crazed father, enraeed

because bis wife filed a suit for

separation, killed four of his five

children early today and then

set fire to his filth-littered

home.

They re better off dead than

living; in that rat's nest," Or

land McMillan told officers who

arrested him.

The heads of the four chil

dren -were blown into tiny pieces
by the sohtgun blasts fired at

close range as they slept

A fifth child, Orland, Jr., 8,
escaped by playing dead after
his father fired At him but

missed.
The dead children were Ron

aid William, 7; Bonnie Jane, 6;
Richard, 32 months, and Mi Mi-cheles
cheles Mi-cheles Yvonne, 10 months old.
"Hey cop, look what my dad dad-dv
dv dad-dv did." Orland Jr., said as dep

uty sheriff Eli Roberts, the first

officer on the scene, entered tne

bedroom where three of the Tic
tima lav.

"Ho kl ed mv brothers and

sister," the little boy told Rob Roberta.
erta. Roberta. "He tried to kill me but I

played dead. He thought he Kill

ed me, too." w

Veteran police omcers were

shocked at the condition in
which they found the McMillan
home.

"Tf to littered with debris,"

one officer said. "I've never seen

arwrhinir liko it."

Kent County prosecutor Stuart

Hoffius said a first aegree mur-

rler warrant would be issuea a-

gainst McMillan later toaay or

tomorrow.

Hoffius said McMillan -gave
no details" of the slaylngs when
he was questioned for nearly

three hours this morning.

ma tor AUGUSTDfRV J. GIRONDA, Commander 1978th
aaouadron is shown greeting Col. W. A. Randall, Com Com-JP&iS
JP&iS Com-JP&iS Region, on his arrival hen i a
Albrook. Randall arrived here along with six other officer.
A1M00K. ana (offlclal USAF Photo)

Dulles Reports Change Of Policy To
Latin Americas At Ministers Confab

WASHINGTON, Sept. 23 (UPI)
Colombia proposed i to m m-ieri
ieri m-ieri ministers of the American re republics
publics republics today that they hokVmore
RuentTnformal meetings 1 to im im-prove
prove im-prove inter-American 'political and
economic cooperation.
Dr Julio Cesar Turbay Ayala.
Colombian Foreign Minister said
toe meetings eould also, develop a
SorTSSwm world policy among
the 21 republics and increase their
Knee in the United Nations.
He offered the Colombian pro proposal
posal proposal in a speech replying to Sec;
rotary of State John Foster Dulles'
opSg address of the first niter niter-American
American niter-American foreign mmistef con conference
ference conference in fiye ye"- v.
Shortly after the conference be began,
gan, began, 18 Cuban and Dominican ex-S-",v.
niksHn outside the

etiiu'and etiiu'and-Waentation
Waentation etiiu'and-Waentation of the Batista ana

illo AOyernmenU at me

A copy of the Colombian mlnls mlnls-imSBm
imSBm mlnls-imSBm was made avaflable to
thVUmted Press
Dulles's remarks were not imme imme-i
i imme-i toward? its Latin American neigh-
literacy And Dirty
Work For All Is
Red Commies Goal
i TfiUSQ (UPI) Communist
rha has launched a
ireaU a class f egg

heads.
Peiping
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Mdio said a di"ctive
Zt to the mainland's
ih.m tft "turn out

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.beady in effect making
l&iSSi0. manual labor on

K and industrial projects
bK?5C would appear to be to

,r.U'Tcommunist China's 600,
AtCthe same level even

nfmally.PeiPianotettoat
onfT'its goals is not so much

Vhe otoer is nooi so much to
T.he Jf!: n.nrls and factory

Worker, out of intellectuals as to
toem of their traditions

:,u.....i renuenance io

h"2ds-"J! ... orrtAn a three-to

mSSMf drive.nd

a 15-year campaign to rnaae mau mau-r
r mau-r education avauable-to all who

Mainiana narjT" l.... ..f

colleges ubtb w p

11.-4 nninf r

.'SrrVJTS&rlM this year

Thelp meirinteUectu.1, get their

SS?XSS.r Vnd I on the school

TEZ.rSSZ'toi. according to

3Sria '"to overcome

rightist tendencies and doctrinair
ism in educational work."
V Sk wnrH. tn keeo the In

iiotoic mtAvr Peimnc 's heel

and prevent them from thinking
too much about changing the com-

munist system.
Winds DestrorS i
Standard Fruit ;

Farms In Honduras

TF.r.TTCICALPA. HOB dura

(UPI) Winds of near hurricane
force were reported yesterday to
have razed banana plantations in
five fields owned by the StafflBttf
Fruit Co.. with an estimated loss
of two million dollars. The storm
swept the north coast of Hondur

as Sunday.

closer consultations to give the
Latin American countries a great

er voice in the planning of major

free world policy decisions.

Turbay Ayaia reterrea to mines

speech, stating that "we are con-

fronbne a new attitude oi tne gov

ernment of the United States

which will help the American na

tions realus their destiny as lsnd

of promise.

Rio Aba jo Group

Wins Quiz Contest

On Monday nlsht In a Bible

Quiz conducted by the Bethel Mis

sion Church in Paraiso, the repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the young people of
the Church of God in Monte Oscu Oscu-ro
ro Oscu-ro Road, Rio Abajo, successfully
competed against 'the representa representatives
tives representatives of the young people of the
Panama Baptist and the Bethel

Mission Church.

The Church of God won first

place with a-total of 44 points o-

ver the Bethel Mission Church

that followed second with 39

points. The Panama Baptist, that

had only two representatives, came

third.

The youth groups representa

tives were Rodney Gayle who

scored the highest number of

points (20), George Brown (the

second highest-16 points) and &th-

lyn Brewster of the Monte Oscu-

ro Church of God; Darnel Stew

art (the third highest-15 points),

Cleophas Clarke, and Desmond

Stewart of the Bethel Mission

Church; and Geraldine Prince and
Ruth McCalla of the Panama Bap

tist.

At the conclusion of the contest

a book. "Living with Parents" was

awarded to Gayle in behalf of his

group by the Rev. W. H. Stewart,
who acted as quiz master.

Pearl Forde.- assistant manager

of the Paraiso Commissary and

Ellis L. Fawcett. principal of Pa

raiso High School were modera

tors. Albert A. Lowe, society pres president,
ident, president, led the singspiration while
Alvin B. Goode, young people di

rector, was master of ceremonies.
The service ended with a youth
message from the Rev. Errald

Palmer of the Ctuiibre First Bap

tist Church.

A service entitled "Yontb on

the Home Front Mission Rally"

was the third of a seven-day mis

sion presently being conducted by
the church. The first and second

were successfully held on Friday
night and on Sunday afternoon

with the Rev. Fphraim Alphonse

and the Rev. Louis Fiske as guest

speakers.

The meetings will continue to

morrow night when the Rev. Mil

ton Lieriic will deliver an evange

list ic message, and conclude on

Friday night with Mrs. Major

Sundbers: as sneaker m the servi

ce rntitteri "Women on the Home

Front Mission."--'

DISTRICT DEPUTY Larry D.

Chance (above), past exalted rul

er of Lodge No. 1414, BrUK, nas
been appointed district deputy

Brand exalted ruler of the order

for the Canal Zone. Announcement
of the appointment was made by
Horace R. Wisley of Salinas, Cal.,

grand exalted ruler of tne Bene

volent and Protective Order of

Elks. Chance, who well known

in Isthmian sports circles, is

scheduled to attend a regional
conference of district deputies call called
ed called by Wisley to discuss affairs of

the order and activities for the

coming year.

Mormon, Pals Drift

From California
To Hawaii Island
HONOLULU (UPI) BeVere
Baker, 42, today looked ahead to
a bigger adventure after drifting
on a raft from California to Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii on his fourth attempt.
Baker, a Mormon elder, was ae ae-comoained
comoained ae-comoained by three men and a

mongrel pup on the 69-day voyage
from Redondo Beach to Maui Is Island
land Island on the raft Lehl IV, which

ended Satruday night.

Baker said he is determined to

go from the Mideast to Central

America by raft "as soon as pos
sible." His objective is to substan

tiate a section of the Book of Mor Mormon
mon Mormon which says the Prophet Lehl

used the drifting method to get

the lost tribes of Israel from the

Red Sea to Central America.

The trio iust concluded. Baker

said, was to prove ancient peoples
could have drifted from the Ame American
rican American continent to populate the

awaiian and other Pacific islands

With Baker on the cruise were

Larry Foglmo, 28, a UCLA psy

chologist who served as naviga

tor; Dan MCFarland, 27, a gradu graduate
ate graduate of Mexico City College; and

Edward Kekaula, 27, of Honolulu,
m nrp-dpntal student atv Briffham

Young University. All were in good
shape.
Baker and his companions left
California July S aboard their 28

by 18-foot raft which cost $3,000
to outfit. When they arrived they
had two cans of stewed tomatoes
anda can of spinach left. They
ate mostly fish.
The pup, called Tangaroa (Ta-

hitian for Sea God), had been res

cued from an animal shelter in
California where he was to have
been destroyed.

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chap looks as if he's allergic to
barbers but that's just because
he's proudly wearing the char
acteristic one-and-a-half -f o o f
bearskin hat of his regiment,

Her Majesty's Grenadier
Guards. He is Major J. F. D,
Johnston, M.C., pictured to
Washington, D.C., where he's to
charge of the Grenadier Guards
regimental band and the massed
bands of the Scots Guards,

starting a U.S. concert tour.

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vette ju-vette will soon find himself
kioneof the hottest "hot spots"
to the world. He's stated to take
over command of the U.S. Sev Seventh
enth Seventh Fleet, now patrolling For-

mosan waters, replacing yiee
Admiral Wallace BeaUey. Ad Admiral
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Presley Heads for
Germany Hoping

For Date With BB

ktww vnnir rTTPlI Pvt. Elvis

oocioir harin farewell to his

American fans yesterday before

embarking lor uermany anu au au-ty
ty au-ty as a truck driver and he
hopes an eventual date with Bn-

gitte Baraoi.

Thinner hv 12 iiounds since en-

(ho Armv last March, the

rock 'n' roll idol told a news con-

ference that he was loosing 101 101-ward
ward 101-ward to duty in Europe. At the
same time, he said he was eager
to resume his career as a nger,
and, most important of all, to
become a good actor."

"Tnavs my reai paumm w
fins antnr'M h Raid be-

fore embarking for Bremerhaven,

Germany, anoara rne uo xvan xvan-dall,
dall, xvan-dall, a Navy transport.

Carrying a book entitled
"Poems That Touch the Heart,"
and an attache case, Presley
along with 1,300 fellow GIs ar arrived
rived arrived at the Brooklyn Army Ter Terminal
minal Terminal hxr (rain from Ft. Hood.

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Tex., more than two hours behind

schedule.
During his 40-mlnute news con conference,
ference, conference, Presley, whom the Army
described as an "outstanding
leader," was in evident good spir spirits,
its, spirits, discoursing on a wide range
of subjects.
Wearing medals symbolizing his

exoertness in handling a carbine

rifle and pitsol, Presley said he
was looking forward to traveling

to iiOnaon, rans ana name, u
possible, during his 18-month ser service
vice service abroad.
"The first place I want to go is
to Paris and look up Brigitte Bar Bar-dot,"
dot," Bar-dot," he said.

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MIAMI, Sept. 24 (UPI)
Tropical storm Helene, steadily
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At 5 a m. forecasters said the

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It was moving toward the west-

northwest at about eight mph.
During the early morning
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SO to 60 mph near the center of

the disturbance.

Top winds of 60 mph were
concentrated in squalls within

75 miles of the center. Osies
pushed out ISO miles In the
northeast semicircle and 75

miles in the southwestern semi

circle.
. "The storm la expected

slowly increase In sice and in

tenallw .' the advisory said, "and

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Helene was born yesterday out
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TR PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, D5

Social and Otltetwide
&t Staff.

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ANGLO-PANAMANIAN SOCIETY ENJOYS
INFORMAL MUSICALE AT EMBASSY
The British Embassy was the scene last week ef an informal
----- ' tk Invlit-Panamanian Knciptv Thp tnilSfi'al nrn.

eauicimg wi m
Warn opened with a two-piano
th Rritish Ambassador, and

Cathedral.
Antonio Aldrete, well-known Panamanian violinist, present present-Mi
Mi present-Mi selections by Schubert,-and Mrs. Frances Wise, wife of the
British Vice-Consul, offered several vocal selections. Several
Nerro melodies were sung by Dean Peterson, who also explained
h nririn and customs of the selections.

i,Hv Henderson accompanied all the soloists and also

presented works bv Purcell and Gardiner. Closing the program
was Federico Garcia, with arrangements for guitar.
A buffet was served by the hosts.

Returns From Visit
In New York
Mrs. James J. Elaia of El Can Can-grejo,
grejo, Can-grejo, relilrned this week 1 from
New York where she earolled her
daugflter, Man- Frances, in the
Academv of Mount St. Vincent
at Tuxedo Park. N Y. While in
the States, she also visited her
mother. Mrs. James Deans a for former
mer former resident of Panama, antl her
ion. Dean, who is attending Ford Ford-ham
ham Ford-ham University.
Spanish "Fandango"
Planned At Port Kobbe
The1 Fort Kobbe Officers' Club
Will be transformed into a scene
from Mexico for a Spanish "Fan "Fandango"
dango" "Fandango" Friday evening. The live lively
ly lively Latin American festival is be being
ing being sponsored by the First Battle
Group, Twentieth Infantry.
Traditional Latin American mu music
sic music will be presented by Lucho
Ascafraga at the Hammond or organ.
gan. organ. The affair will feature spe special
cial special Mexican food and drink.
Guests are encouraged to wear
appropriate Spanish American
dress to the gala event, which is
scheduled for 8:30 p.m.
Marriagt Of Former
Isthmian Is Announced
Of local interest is the an announcement
nouncement announcement on the Isthmus of the
receit marriage of Miss Alice Pa Patricia!
tricia! Patricia! Greenan, daughter of Mr.
And (Mrs. James Greenan of Hot
Spririgs. Ark., and Mr. Allen
Boyd Bartholomew, formerly of
to Canal Zone.
The nuptials were held last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at St. Mary's Church in
Hot Springs. The bride was given
in marriage by her brother, Mr.
Robert Greenan, and was attend attended
ed attended bjr her sister. Miss Shirley Al Allen.
len. Allen. Best man to the br'dgearoom
was his brother-in-law, Mr. Ernest
M. Krueger of Los Rios.
A small reception for intimate
friends followed the nuptials. The
newlyweds had a short honeymoon

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duet by Lady Henderson, wife of
Dean Peterson of St. Luke's
in Memphis, Tenn., and are now
at home in the Shaw Apartments,
604 West Grand, Hot Springs.
Miss Rankin To At Installed
In Rainbow Order For Girls
Miss Bonnie Rankin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Mvin A. Rankin of
Margarita, will be installed as
worthy advisor of Cristobal As
sembly No. 2, Order of the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow for Girls, at an open install
ation of officers tomorrow evening
at 7:30 at the Cristobal Masonic
Temple.
Mrs. Jean D. Jhdge will serve
as installing officer in the ab absence
sence absence of Miss Marie Bleskley, re retiring
tiring retiring worthy, advisor who left
last month to enter Colorado State
College. Guest speaker will be
Rev. J. W. LimkeTnann. of th A A-merican
merican A-merican Bible Society.
Parents and frineds are invited
to the installation eeremoriies and
the informal reception which Will
be held in the banquet hall.
New Board Members
Attend Amador Luncheon
ine nine neon neirt last weeic hy
the Fort Amador Officers' Wfves
Club marked tne first official at
tendance for the club's new board
members. The hmebpon. following
the Latin American theme, featur
ed a program ot toik dances di directed
rected directed byMostOso Aniseto
Attendihe'' a club meeting for
the first time was the honorary
present. Mrs. Tharles L. Dash
er. The roster the nev bbard
hi mi iiiciuueN iurs. iviuinn u. us-
den. honorary vice nresident: Mrs.
Hugh Osborne, acting; president;
Mrs. William E. Eekles, vice pres
ident; Mrs. Max H. Turner, sec
retary; Mts. Edmund G. Heil Heil-bronner,
bronner, Heil-bronner, treasurer; Mrs. Ernest E.
Knight, program coodinato; Ms.
Jon Potef. nubli city chairman;
Mrs. UhitMSi w. Jagoe, telephone;
Mrs .T
Russell. npspitaVty;
Mrs. Silas
Otto
flowers; Mrs. Fer-

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rope beads will be hanging
around for another season. Espe
cially popular lor fall wear will
be Austrian crystals in clear
amber and emerald as well as
water pearl ropes.
Now is the time to check your
wardrobe.
With skirts rising toward the
kneecap, perhaps you will need
alterations on last year's dresses
and suit skirts that will be the
backbone of your wardrobe. Also
make necessary repairs and list
what new accessories you'll need
to make an old costume look new.
Crisp blouses are always in
season. Easy-to-care for dacron-and-pima
cotton tailored blouses
will come in Indian ted and deep
yellow shades for fall. And re remaining
maining remaining popular will be paisley
prints, with many women leaning
to black figures on white ground
for blouse wear.
Although many handbags will
retain a certain bulk, watch for
the long, narrow shape in color colorful
ful colorful leathers. Decorations such as
buckles, chains, combined smooth
and brushed leathers and other
social trims make them stand'
out.
P'lower gardens seem tn be
sprouting from scalps these days.
wie nats, tnose ciose-mting hel helmets,
mets, helmets, grow more popular each
week. Esoeciallv eood as summer
companions are the multicoloed
ed flowered ones.
The scarf blouse is back, only
this time it takes on a chemise
appearance and falls straight
from shoulder to hip. These in inexpensive
expensive inexpensive blouses make summer
double easy since they are mere merely
ly merely two drip dry cotton scarves.
There's an art of wearing
gloves and the proper length is
important. Either have your
gloves meet your sleeves so that
no skin shows or wear gloves so
that a lot of skin shows between
sleeve and elove. A halfway com compromise
promise compromise isn't chic.
Sarah Bernhardt is responsi
ble for the mousquetaire glove
fashion. This is the opera length
I glove that fastens with three
buttons at the wrist. It was first
Created by a French leather glove
manufacturer to cover the ac actresses'
tresses' actresses' arms which she thought
too thin. She liked the fashion
and so did her admirers.
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nutritions with Nestle' Condensed
Milk.
Try this delicious combination!
Serve It to the family today...
ea how thty go for it.
How delicious is soda with. ..

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Conveyances

ACIOtt
1 Small French
hackney cpactl
7 Four-wheeled
covered -vehicle
11 help
boats convey
goods to lend
14 Embellishes
15 Declares
16 Put into a
new vase
17 Biblical weed
II Unit of energy
' DOWN
1 Clenched
hands
2 Uninjured
3 Frightens
4 Whale
5 Route (ab )
6 City in
Germany
7 Conveyances
may be
or small
I Fruit drink
New (comb,
form) V
10 Stage plays
11 Handled
12 Employers
16 Right b.)
23 Pressed
20 Persian
tentmaker
21 Master of
Science (b.)
22 Bury
24 Amy
transport,
service (ab.)
25 Former
Russian ruler
27 Comfort
28 Sturgeon eggs
31 Mover's truck
32 Hostelry
33 Mimic
34 Take a bus
36 Volcano
39 Marsh
40 Restrain
44 East (Pr.)
46 facto
46 Courtesy title
49 Italian
building
60 Cause to
ferment
32 Legal plea
34 Woolly
35 English river
66 Greek
gravestones
37 Tumi outward
MEETINGS
Each notice for Inclusion in this
column should be submitted m
tape-written teres aae mailed ee
the baa number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," er delivered
at band ta the otttet. Notices at
meetings cannot be accepted by
talaphene.
Isthmian Nurses Croup
Sponsors Special Classes'
The first class m Nursing in
Mass Casualties will begin tonight
at 7 p.m. in the conference room
of Coco Solo Hospital. The course,
sponsored by the Isthmian JNurs
es Association, is being directed
by Mrs, Evelyn Slowick.
Lecturers will be specialists in
their fields and will include re
presentatives of the U.S. Army,
Canal Zone Civil Defense and ci civilian
vilian civilian medical leaders. The latest
films on survival care will be
shown. '
"Nursing in Mass Casulaties" is
open to all professional nurses liv
ing on the Isthmus who are regis
tered to practice nursing in their
country. Classes will meet each
Wednesday for six weeks. Interest Interested
ed Interested nurses who have not' register registered
ed registered may do so in the library of
the hosnital before the class con convenes
venes convenes this evening.
Atlantic Side Newcomers
i The regular Sentemher meetins
of the Atlantic Side Newcomers'
Club will bp held Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 1:30 at the Tarpon Club.
Dr. Eisen will be guest speaker,
and hostesses will be Mrs. Ben
Duree and Mrs. John Borgstrom.
Officers will be elected to serve
for the next six months.
Gem And Mineral Society
Members of ther "Canal
Zone
Gem and Mineral Society
will
meet Friday evening at 7:30 to
hear a report by Miss Lydia Cza Cza-pek
pek Cza-pek on the recent eastern federa federation
tion federation meeting in Asheville, N.C.
Society members are reminded

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31 Musical
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34 Reiterate
35 Mad
37 Tidier
36 Affirm
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Saint Anthony
Society To Hold
Night Of Fun
The St. Anthony IOCFS Society
will sponsor a night of fun Friday
night at 7:30 in the Corinthian
Temple on Calidonia.
The public is invited.
RENTS ARE HIGH
new YOKK. ttii)-The aver average
age average three room apartment in
new buildings in Manhattan rents
for $184 a month, the City
Planning commission said today.
Elsewhere in the city rr--fil
for a similar apartment is $151.
to bring rock specimens for dis display
play display and discussion. Rules and
regulations governing, the use of
shop equipment will be discussed
at the meeting.
Book Review -Group -To
Meet Tomorrow
The first meeting of the season
of the College Club Book Review
Section will be held tomorrow
fnorning at 9:30 at the home of
Mrs. Samuel Friedman. Co-hostess
will be Mrs,. John C. L. Ad Adams.
ams. Adams. TNi book ifiview will .be 'pre
sented by Mrs., John R. Ham
mond.
Ssnior Scout Troop
Announces Meeting
Tropp 24, a beginning senior
Scout Troop, will have its first
meeting Monday, September 29, at
7 cm. in the Balboa Little House.
Girls 14 years of age or who are
bi?H school students are eligible
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10 join me group, miss L.yuia uza uza-pek
pek uza-pek will serve as leader.
Getting Up Nights
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NighU, Backache, Leg- rains. Loea of
Vigour, Narvouaneaa or weakiteas, you
ahould help your Prostate Gland tm
mediately with Roaena. ThU medicine
make you feel younger,, etronger. and
able to sleep without interruption.
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West North East South
Pass
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Pass
Pass
Pass 1
Pass 2 4
Pass 4a
Pass 5
Pass Pass
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Today's slam contract is really
unsound. How did North and South
manage to get there?
Some slight blame must attach
itself to South. His partner's three
diamond bid might have warned
him against any further slam try
ana he could simply have jumped
to tour hearts.
How about North's iumD to five
diamonds? It turned out that
North meant to bid four diamonds
and thought he had. Hence, wnen
South bid five hearts, North though'
that bouth was making a jump bid
ana went rigm on to tne sum
south won the ooenine sDade
lead with the ace and saw that
there was a good chance to make
his contract if he could find the
queen of hearts in the West hand.
Hence South led a low heart and
finessed dummy s eight.
wnen that hem he took dum
my s ace of diamonds and ruffed
low diamond with his ace of
trumps. Both opponents followed to
that and now all South had to do
was to take another trump finesse
pull west s last trumn and run out
dummy s diamonds. Eventually, he
had to lose one club trick but the
slam was made.
Q The bidding has been:
East South West North
IV ?
You, South, hold:
4A 3 2 VK J 10 7 6 4A Q 6 1 4
What do you do?
A Pass. Your opponents may
be heading for trouble and your
best tactics are to wait and see
what happens.
TODAY'S QUESTION
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Nbrth'-and, East paa What do
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Answer Tomorrow
IBSCZ Participate
In "Boy Scout Week"
Dunnu the celebration of "Boy
Scouts Week" Sept. 14-20 by the
Panama Boy Scout Association,
the International Boy Scouts ot the
Canal Zone (an agency of the
Canal Zone United Fund), playeu
an important role and were out outstanding
standing outstanding participants in every
phase of a well-organized pro program
gram program of activities.
The week's celebration was cli climaxed
maxed climaxed with special features held
at the Panama National Sta Stadium
dium Stadium on Saturday, when boys of
the International Boy Scouts from
Troops 7 and 8 (from Paraiso and
Gamboa), demonstrated their skill
in scout era ft by erecting a "model
camp" which elected praise and
commendations from several offi officials
cials officials of the Panama government.
In the final phase of the week's
activities which took place last Sa Saturday,
turday, Saturday, over a hundred boy scouts
and senior scouts and patrol lead leaders
ers leaders representing every unit of the
International Boy Scout organiza organization,
tion, organization, participated in the colorful
parade which started from the Na National
tional National Stadium, through Central A A-venue
venue A-venue and ending Plaza Fran Francis.
cis. Francis. GOOD HUNTING ALU AROUND
MAIDON, Wis. (UPI)-Bow and
arrow deer hunting season opened
in Wisconsin Sunday and hunters
did very well, bagging 192 deer.
Game wardens did almost as
well, marking the season's start
with 71 arrests of hunters, all
charged with hunting in a closed
area and trespassing.
Prevents
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THI CELEBRITIES
Add another brand new offer to
the barrel already received by
Van Cliburn: he's wanted to port portray
ray portray Tschaikowsky in a 90-minute
television show based on the life
of the great composer. No op yet
is a position to evaluate van's
dramatic ability, but he's certain certainly
ly certainly got the cranial shrubbery for
a long-hair role. .The Mel 'form 'formes
es 'formes are knitting tiny garments. It
111 t 1 1 s ft a a i a
win oe ineir nrsi Dany; Mei nas
two by his former marrriage to
Candv Toxton. now Mrs. Hal
March.
Fazilet. the lovelv Turkish
Princess who was to have be become
come become Queen nf Ivan this Fall still
is mourning the assassination of
i a i i i
uer nance, out me wneeis oi state
to the altar. If current negotfa-
she'll wind nn the brirlA.fn.h nf
tne son oi me extremely wealthy
iMzam oi tiyueranao.
Tu.. ml U.ll l. J a.
mows night spots, Mocambo and
Cira's ara dark at fha moment
But they may reopen as private
drinking clubs. At one point
Monte Proser and Eddie Fish Fisher
er Fisher 'Ware invalvad in a deal ta
revive Mocambo, but that fall
through, and Eddie seems to,
have ether things an his mind
at the moment.
Millionaire Bav Rvan is lincror
ing in EuroDc until the
investigation oz gambling m Jn,
uianann is nas run ire nnnrca
Television pros are gabbing, about
sammv Kavp anr his inovnlir-uhlo
imitation of Arthur Godfrey on
the eve of his new show. Without
warning, he fired nine nf hia 15
musicians and his fealired vocal'
ist, uarry frank. No explanation,
no notice, no nothintr Now thnrn'a
Said tn be a frantic crramhlo tn
get something together before air
time. .inrpresttng family two twosome
some twosome in Chicieo: flarv Rrant
with Lance Reventlow. TheV
naan t seen each other sms Caw
was married to Lance's mama,
Barbara Hutton:
Jerry Wald's association with
zoth centurv-Fox has been in the
most DroD-Hollvwond trarlitinn
the largest projection room ever,
a nous noyce and all the trim trimmings
mings trimmings SO his remies! for "an ad
justment" of his contract has
elicited the predictable bitter reac
tion from Snvrns Kkniira km.
pie quote from' the flicker tycoon:
"Verv well. Let. him piup ttip haplr
thP, $2.000,uDO he lost for us with
jvisb iiifin ior me (even alter
wp aavp him flaw r..nl ef
lev Donen fnr thp nintnrpt mil lot
him niake ud the losses on anoth
er oi ms ertorts tvo Ijown Pay Payment'
ment' Payment' for whieVi si W him co
the services of our Academy A-
wara winner, ,ioanne Wooiwcd.
Keep tuned for further develnn-
ments.
Any milliner on hand for lunch
at the Colony the other day
would have had at least a small
fit. Amonq the chic I a diss who
hadn't bothered to put on a hat
were Mrs. Henry Ford, Mrs.
Charles Amory, Ann Holloway,
Mrs. Alfred Corning Clark, Mrs.

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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY

Dorofhy Killgallen
Thomas Phipps and Mrs. Paul
Shields, mother of Mr. Gary
Ceeper. (If the hat makers want
this department's theory on why
it's far free: gunder the pages
of the fashion magazines. They
feature joke hats and vary
few elegant women want to lack
like Halloween at noontime, if
aw.)
Disc Jockey William B. Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, a connoisseur of cute girls,
has arrived at Leslie' Crane, once
mentioned as a large moment in
the life of comedian Jack Carter
. .You figure out where she got
it, but Denise Lor alleges that
among ner soon-to-be released
discs is a hitherto unpublished
composition by the late Victor
xuung.
The taxi adds for "The Dark it
the Top of the Stairs" cheapen a
fine production. They're complete completely
ly completely Unrelated to the play, and ara
obviously a bid for customers who
don't or cw't read reviews.
Try humming the first few bars
of "A Certain Smilet' and then re recall
call recall the music to "Thpre r.nec Hfv
Heart", if you adore coincidences
. .une or tne East coast's big biggest
gest biggest drug store chains is ready,
ug a charge account policy.
Maurice Chevalier laid down
spme strict dietary urles for him himself
self himself when he celebrated birthday
number 70 in Paria the ntkar How
He vowed he's going to eat mucli
less irom now on, stick mostly la
vegetables cut out all fancy
auces and desserts not easy for
Chevalier, long known as a
gourmet and drink very few al alcoholic
coholic alcoholic beverages, including
champagne. The charming atar
confided to friends at his birthday
blowout that he's signed to make
more than one Hollvwnnd mnvip.
but no lure cinematic or finan finan-tial
tial finan-tial will take him awav from
France for more than threa
months, hecauap afW that Unsht
of time away from Paris he be
gins to teei miserable.
IZ i
VOTI ON PROPOSAL
NEW YORlt fTTPnStftMinli.
ers of Pens-Texas Corp. will b
asked at a special meeting her
Oct. 14 to annrovp a nrnnnaal tn
reduce the par value of the com company's
pany's company's common, shares from the
present $10 to $1. Stockholders
will also vote to fix the number
of directors at nine StnplrhnlrW
of record on Sept. 8 will be elij
mm cast proxies at .'the. m
mi.
UILD gklCUTIVf PLANES
PHILADELPHIA fUPIU-FraV
erlctt B: Ayer te Associates, Inc.,
woriu-wiae aircraii neaier, ana
Airesearch Aviation Service po.,
Lot Angeles, have agreed fo col collaborate
laborate collaborate on the production bt cus cus-tomstyled
tomstyled cus-tomstyled Convair 240s jfor execu executive
tive executive transportation it was an announced
nounced announced Tuesday. .
TEN PER CENT HAVI TV f
FRANKFURT Germsov fUPn
Four out of five West German
nousenoins own radios and one
out of 10. have television sets, the
Institute of Germany Industry
saio. today.
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1958

THE PANAMA AMERICA AN INDEPENDENT DAttT NEWSPAPER
page m

Social ana

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Mttftt Of Birth
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Tooke
announce the birth of their daugii
ter at Gorias Hospital. She has
been named Virginia Alexandra.
Hutband-arrf-Wife Seeial
Held At Fort Clayton
The Fort Clayton NCO Wivee'
Club held its husband-and-wife ae aerial
rial aerial Saturday evening in the ball
room Of the NCO Open Mess. The
affair is a regular event
at m
third month on the
calendar.
Before the buffet supper, a pro program
gram program of Panamanian dances was
presented by ten dancers in na-
f. U PKL. ...ninn'a rtnnr
William H. Casswell, ehlef of
the Fire Division wno reurea
earlier this month from the
Canal organization with 34
years of service, is among the
40 Dassengers booked to sail
Saturday from Cristobal for
New York aboard the Panama
Liner Ancon.
Ten passengers are bound for
Port-au-Prince, Haiti,
The complete advance list of
passengers for New York fol fol-fcws;
fcws; fol-fcws; !.:,,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aiken;
Mr. and Mrs. Herman E.. Bat Bat-son,
son, Bat-son, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Benson; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
McG. Brandl; Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William F. Browne; Mr. and Mrs.
v,:liiam H. Casswell; Mr and
Mrs. William H. DeVore; E.N.
Dittori; Cdr. and Mrs. Ja-ues J.
larley; Mr. and Mrs. Wildam
H Farrell; and Mr. and Mrs.
Allen R. Finn.. v,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gar Gar-mendia;
mendia; Gar-mendia; Miss Graciela Gonza Gonzalez;
lez; Gonzalez; James P. Hay man; Mr. and
Mrs. George H. Kacin; Mrs.
Marie Maloul; Miss Regina Ma Ma-loul;
loul; Ma-loul; Miss Rebecca Maloul;
Charles 6. Malsbury; Hirsh
Marinskl; and Mr. and Mrs.
Arturo Muller and son.
Mr. and Mrs. James O'Con O'Connor;
nor; O'Connor; Miss Edna O'Connor; Miss
Nancy O'Connor;. Miss Cathe Catherine
rine Catherine F. O'Connor; Mr. and Mrs.
Albert L. Pope: Dr. and Mrs.
Hugo A. Sacchet; Mrs. Mary L.
Smouse: Mrs. Anita R. Thomp Thompson;
son; Thompson; Mrs. Agnes W. Rankin;
Mrs. Mary Wallsten; and
George W. Weir.

PMamalln
Sailings

Sen. Johnston Favors 10 Betterments
For Federal Civil Service Employes

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sen. O-
lin D. Johnston of South Caroli
na, Chairman of the Senate Post
Office and Civil Service Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, in a recent address before
the briennial convention of the
National Federation of Federal Em
ployes, announced a 10-point leg legislative
islative legislative program, enactment of
which he said he would vigorous vigorously
ly vigorously seek at the next session of
Congress. .-
Johnston's legislative objectives
for the federal civil service in include
clude include the following:
(1) Legislation making perma permanent
nent permanent the temporary portion of the
increase given postal employes,
sweetened up with a little addi additional
tional additional increase for both postal
and classified employes.
(2) Legislation to provide health
insurance to federal employes at
reasonable rates and with ade adequate
quate adequate coverage.
(3) Legislation giving employe
organizations the right to repre represent
sent represent their members and partici participate
pate participate more fully in the formula formulation
tion formulation of personnel policies and prac practices.
tices. practices. (4) Legislation to liberalize ben benefits
efits benefits under the group life insur insurance
ance insurance program.
(5) Legislation to permit option
al retirement after 30 years of
service, at any age.
(6) Legislation to increase the
allowance for the purchase of u u-niforms.
niforms. u-niforms.
(7) Legislation in increase tra travel
vel travel allowances.
(8) Legislation to amend the
Hatch Act, In some instances em
ployes being deprived oi constitu constitutional
tional constitutional rights'.
(9) Legislation to amend the
Classification Act. Some employes
of certain departments are not
getting paid in accordance with
work done.
(10) Legislation to amend the
Retirement Act. Far example, ex
service men and women in th
Federal service are given credit
for tim in military service with
out the military establishments
paying anything into the am tire
ment fund. This, in time, will ere
ate a further deficit in the Civil
Service Retirement Fund.
Johnston cited legislation 'affect
Ing federal employes enacted at
the last session of Coneress
paid hieh tribute to the NFFE
and its national officers, President
Vic Damones Add
Weddinq Woes
To Familiar Story
HOLLYWOOD (DPI) Still an
other filmland marriage was re
ported in trouble today.
Friends said singer Vic Damone
and actress Pier Angel i wore
having marilal problems which
may end in the divorce court. The
couple separated and ifoiiciled
earlier this year.
More han a halt dozen Holly
wood couolei have separated or
announced their intentions of fil filing
ing filing for divorce Within the last
few weeks. The most prominent
l-kuD wos that of Debbie Rey-
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prizes were won by Mrs. Ruth
Hall and SFC Carl Boggs.
The next function of the club
will be a regular business meet
ing Tuesday, October 6, at 7:30
o.m. All NCO wives who are new
comers to the post are especially
mvuea io aoena.
Pacific Ship line's
Henry Dollar, 78,
Dies In NY Hotel
NEW YORK, Sept. 24 (UPI)
R. Stanley Dollar, 78, noted Sa".
Francisco shipping magnate and
head of the Dollar Steamship
lane, died unexpectedly today in
his New York notei aparimeni.
Dollar was stricken in his bath
about 8 a.m. and died, apparent apparently
ly apparently of a heart attack, a few min minutes
utes minutes later. His wife was with him
is their Drake Hotel apartment.
At the time of his death Dollar
was oresident of the Robert Dol
lar Company, a holding company
with interests in lumber, snipping
airlines and communications
fields, and also was president of
Globe Wireless, Ltd.
Dollar went to work in his fath father's
er's father's steamshio office in 1898, be
came a vice-president and gener
al manager of tne nonar steam steamship
ship steamship Lines, Inc., in 1910 and its
oresident in 1931. The line later
was taken over by the govern government
ment government as the American President
Lines.
Dollar was born in Bracebridge,
Ontario, Canada, July 6, 1880. He
was brought to the United States
in 1882 and became a U.S. citi
zen at the age of six.
In addition to his wife, Dollar
is survived by a son. R. Stanley
Dollar, Jr., and daughter, Diana,
Mrs. Joseph C. Hicmngbotnam.
A business associate saw tuner -al
arrangements would be made
after his son arrives tonight from
San Francisco.
ASKS CONSUMER BOYCOTTS
NEWBURGH, N. Y. (UPI)
Herman D. Renin, new president
of the American Federation of
Musicians, called today for con
sumer boycotts of all movies, re
cords and sponsors of radio and
television shows designated unfair
to musicians.
Vaux Owen and Secretary-Treasur
er Henry G. Nolda, and NFFE
staff members, in helping to a a-chieve
chieve a-chieve those objectives.
He strongly urged federal work
ers to join employe organizations
of their choosing and declared
that "organization is the best and
surest way of gaining the goals
you seek."
In his address. Johnston called
special attention to the fact that
"during the past two years the
NFFE has organized more than
100 locals, many others are m
the process of formation, and
NFFE Locals now are situated in
all the States, the District of Co
lumbia, the territories and posses possessions,
sions, possessions, and in many foreign coun
tries. You organization has locals
in Alaska, Puerto Bico, Japan,
Morocco, and Guam, and it draws
its members from all departments
and agencies.
Melvin Nimer Freed
From Bellevue Bui
Tests
NEW YORK (TJPD-Eight-year-
old Melvin Dean Nimer technical
ly was free today but psychia
trists conducted tests aimed at
determining whether he may have
had anything to do with the knife
slaving of MS parents..
Dean's lawyer, Harris B. Stem-
berg, won dismissal Monday of
the material witness charge on
which the child had been held.
Dean Was remanded to BeTievuc
Medical Center 10 days ago for
psychiatric examination.
CWrfren Court Justice Charles
E. RSmsgate ruled in favor of a
reonest rom the district attor
ney a office i tht morn time he
given for commotion of the tests.
exnected in about three weeks. J
Steinberg said he would make
nO move to have the boy released
from ReHevue until the tests are
conroleted.
W the boy Is found sane."
Steinberg ssid, "I lntt"d to irtH
him to Ws family fn TTtsh' If an
adverse report on Dean's merr'l merr'l-is
is merr'l-is turned in. he added, the
"finest psychiatrists" will be
called In to examine the boy.
Steinberg insisted 'n court that
Dean it innocent of any wrwiR-
frnnt. deswte 'nolle rewrs tf
the bey three times mHe state
ments in whfeli h s h
Hi rwrent as hev stnt in their
staten Wand home the morning
of sent. t.
Den rftorned to his nrtsinil
story of the stabmnps after his
alleged selMncr'mi''"''' snte,
ments were fAade, He had first
ain a mpired wow1'" WHM"
t-thpr and mother, Or. and Mrs.
M'v'n A. Nimer.
fe'nberg s k e d detecllves
cilled Into eoi'rt wti,H"'V 'rr
tfm..was' rtenHIn against Dean.
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ENTERTAINING AT A RECEPTION last week for their distinguished auests were Rear Ad

miral and Mrs. George Wales of

ters at Fort Amador was a compument to visiting secretary or tne Argentine wavy, near
Admiral Adolf o B. Steves, and members of his party. Shewn from left are Admiral Wales,
Charge d'Affaires of Argentina Carlos d Posada, Mrs. Wales, Admiral Estevez and Lt. Gen.

Ridgely Gaither.

Navy Woman Scientist Finds

To Wreck 7 Clouds, Build Up 3

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Navy disclosed today that one of
its scientists succeeded in creat
ing three individual clouds and
destroying seven others by using
ordinary carbon black.
The experiments, carried out un
der direction of Dr. Flirence W.
van Straten of the naval weath weather
er weather observatory, took place over
the southern coast of Georgia last
July.
Dr. Van Straten, a woman, saia
it would be foolish to predict
from her tests so far that clouds
at all altitudes in the future could
be either destroyed or created.
Carbon black is the ingredient
that forma Inside a kerosene
lamp chimeney, makes rubber
tires black, and causes printers
ink to stand out on white paper.
Dr. Van Straten figured that
bringing about temperature
changes in pans oi tne atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere was a: possible answer to
weather control and she elected
carbon black because it absorbs
heat.
"My reasoning was that it We
could influence the temperature
in part of the atmosphere we
could dissipate cloud masses that
exist and, under some conditions,
we could create cloud masses,"
she said. .'.
She had a Navv airnlane drop
five dollars worth of carbon black
in her experiments. In a solid
form, it destroyed seven clouds in
times ranging from 2 to 20 min minutes.
utes. minutes. In suspension in liquids it
created clouds.
Previous so-called "seeding" of
the Atmosphere to modify clouds
involved use oi ary ice ami auver
Brigitte, Statue
Both Unveiled
In Show Today
LONDON (UPI) British movie
men are set to unveil aplastic
statue of Brigitte Bardot trig as
life and. clad only in the bottom
half of a bikini.
The plastic figure of the French
"sex kitten" actress has glass
eyes, real hair, painted nails on
fingers and toes, carmined lips,
and skin sun-tanned by spray.
It is the work of Gilbert Wait.,
39, a London sculptor. The artist
never has met Brigitte but has
seen her in two films. He worked
from photographs and had the
model cast in plastic from ciay
molds.
The life-size figure will be un
veiled tomorrow at the Cameo
Royal Theater, which specializes
in spicy continental films. Lead
ing art critics nave been inviteq.
"We are treating it as a serious
work of art," a spokesman for the
British film industry said.
Wounded Negro
Leader Treads
Road To Recovery
NEW YORK (UP,I)-The Rev.
Martin Luther King Jr., Southern
Negro integration leader, was re
ported on me roaa io recovery
today from a stab wound in the
chest that was complicated fur further
ther further by a mild case of pneumonia.
Doctors said that the 30-year-old
minister was permitted to wa
from bis bed to a nearby X-ray
room. His condition was listed as
fair. .' ;.
The minister was. stabbed last
Saturday by a Negro woman, who
attacked him with a letter opener
while he was autographing copies
of bis book in a Harlem depart department:
ment: department: store. She is undergoing psy psychiatric
chiatric psychiatric examination.
X-rays turned up a patch of
pneumonia in his right lung Men-
day. However, doctors said It was
hothina to worry about1
the infection spread.
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Twice a Grandma,
Woman Of 28 Will
Welcome
MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UPI)-Mrs.
James Wil moth is just 28 years
, old, but she
1 grandchildren.
already Has two
I Her daughter, 15-year-old Mrs.
Samuel Walker, is back hdroe
with her second cMM.
! And. Mrs. Wilmoth is egpectiiig
lin Oecember.

the Fifteenth Naval District.

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iodide. The dry ice created sub-
f reeling temperatures and the
silver Iodide provided a nucleus
on which ice could form.
Dr. Van Stra ten's method, how however,
ever, however, may make possible cloud
destruction or formation in atti attitudes
tudes attitudes well below the freezing
level and conceivably could lead
to means of fog dispersal.
She said today that ao far she
had only created "effects." Full
scientific investigation now must
follow.
Some goals of elonds- modifica modification
tion modification experiments ar:
Dissipation of fog and low stra stratus
tus stratus clouds.
Prevention of tornadoes and
hail storms by limiting thunder thunderstorms
storms thunderstorms before they are dangerous.
Hurricane control.
Reduction of rainfall in flooded
areas and production of rainfall
in drought areas. V,
Tear Gas Bombs
Used To Disperse
Mobs In Karachi
KARACHI, Paktttaa (UPI) -Police
used tear gas bombs y ester
day to disperse de moos tr a tions by
supporters of the opposition Mus Muslim
lim Muslim League, angered by the gov government's
ernment's government's ban on the party's "na "national
tional "national guard."
Two prominent league leaders,
Yusaf Haroon, publisher of the
Karachi newspaper Dawn, and
former Justice H. Lari, were over overcome
come overcome when police fired tear gas
into a mob of thousands assemb
led at the railway station to "reet
league president Qayyum Khan.
Haroon and Lari were revived
later and apparently suffered no
serious injury.
Police also used tear gas
against roving bands of Muslim
League supporters who attacked
them with stones. One group of
guardsmen" forced the closure
of sll shops And at least one
school but were dispersed by a
truckload of policemen.
The Muslim League ruled Pakis Pakistan
tan Pakistan after the nartition in 1947.
In the wake of the disorders,
the eovftrnmen' banned meetlnir
of more than five persons for 30
days. The league had scheduled a
mass rally for last night.

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Lime League
7, Boys I
outnumbered boys seven
to three on the list of babies
born at Coco Solo Hospital
during the week ending Wed
nesday, eepx. 11, RCCUlUlUg to
the regular hospital report.
During the game period, 65 pa
tients were admitted and 72
mscnargea.
Girl babies were born to the
following parents: Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Lim, of Colon; Mr. and
Mrs. Rafael Chong, of Colon;
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barrow,
oi i CatiW; Mr. and Mrs. Re Reginald
ginald Reginald Ramsey, of Rainbow
City; Mr. and Mrs. Silvio Tre-
vla, of goion;'-Mr. and Mrs.
William Dunning, of Coco So Solo:
lo: Solo: and SN and Mrs. Isaac Wil
liams, of Coco Solo.
following parents: SP3 and
Boy babies were born to the
Mrs. Anderson Blowe, of Colon;
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Jones HI,
of Margarita; and Mr. and Mxa.
Noel Major, of Colon.
Quote Unquote
WASHINGTON Sh erm a n
Adams on resigning as assistant
to the President:
"This action of mine is final
and unqualified. It is not open to
reconsideration."
WASHINGTON-President Eis
enhower in accepting Adams' res resignation:
ignation: resignation: "After our six years of inti intimate
mate intimate Association you have, as you
have had throughout, my com
plete trust, confidence and re
spect"
ALBION. Ind. Farmer Ethan
Stangland on government seizure
of his -tractor in settlement of a
$660 penalty he has refused to
pay for raising It acres more
wheat than his government act
quota: ;- h
"I'm sure not going to let that
seizure stanti and not ao any-
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Any teen-ager will reseat it if

an adult-
Seems to include all teen-agers
in a condemnation of the lunatic
fringe.
Ridicules the music teen-agers
listen to by the hour.
Tells the teen-ager how much he
missed by not growing up in "the
good oio days.
Tells a teen-ager how easy he
has it compared with "when I was
your age."
Refuses to take a teen-agers
opinions seriously, or to listen when
he defends his beliefs.
Distrusts the teen-ager simn'v
because he is a teen-ager and the
adult has heard so much sbout
Juvenile delinquency he "has it in
for kids."
Ridicules teen-age fads in dress.
(Considering the way women are
dressing these days it is a wonder
any woman has the nerve to cri
tkize teen-age fashions in clothes. )
Immediately blames a teen ager
without hearing his side of the
story wnen ne is in a situation
where either he or an adult was
at fault.
Criticizes teen-age mannf-s at
the same time being less consid
erate of young people's feelings
than of others'.
Talks down to the' teen-ager ss
though talking to a child.
Refuses to believe a teen-ager
as readily as another adult.
There is a wide fan between
the teen-age point of view and the
adult point of view.
But it isn't all the teen-ager's
fault. That gap is widened by any
adult who is resentful of youth
and shows it in the ways listed.
But the gap is narrowed bv anv
adult who treats teen-agers with
courtesy arid consideration and
excepts the best from them.
Housewife Twists
Pie Dough Into Big
Dough For Contest
NEW YORK (UPD-Here is the
recipe for "spicy apple twists,"
which won the first grand prize
of $25,000 for Mrs. Don de Vault.
36, of Delaware, Ohio, in the
Pillsbury bakeoff.
The judges. 11 food editors and
home economists, cited the recipe
for its spicy, buttery flavor and
ease of preparation.
Ingredients
2 baking apples, pared, cored
and sliced into eight wedges-
Vt cups sifted all purpose flour;
1 teaspoon salt;
Vt cup shortening;
4 to S tablespoons cold water;
13 cup melted butter;
Va cup sugar;
1 teaspoon cinnamon;
4 cup water.
Method
Prepare apples. Sift flour with
salt into mixing bowl. Cut in
shortening. Sprinkle cold water
over mixture, stirring with fork
until dough is just moist enough
to hold together. Form into ball.
Flatten to about 1 i -inch thick
ness; smooth edges.
Roll out on floured surface to
16 by 10-inch rectangle. Cut into
one inch strips. Wrap one
strip around each apple slice.
Arrange in 13 by 9 by 2-inch pan,
sides not touching. Brush With
butter; sprinkle with mixture of
sugar and cinnamon. Pour Vx cup
water over pastries. Bake in hot
oven (450 degrees) 28 to 30 min minutes
utes minutes until golden brown. Serve
warm or cold, plain or with
cream. Makes 16 twists.

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THE PANAMA AJIERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1951
Ted Williams Takes Out Amrer On N.Y. Yankee!
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Boston Slugger Smashes
Homer, Double, Single.
To Lead Team To Victoty
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Sept. 24 (UPI) Ted Williams
still smarting over criticism of his latest bat-throwing
incident, apparently decided to take out his
anger on the New York Yankees.

The 40-year old slugger, who
needs a fast windup to catch
teammate Pete Runnels and win
his sixth American League bat batting
ting batting title, paced the Boston Red
Sox to a 9-8 win over the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees last night in his first ap appearance
pearance appearance since being fined $50
by American League president
Will Harridge.
A crowd of 21,552 cheered as
Williams drove in four runs with
h's 23rd homer, a double and a
single and lifted his average to
317 eight points behind Run Runnels,
nels, Runnels, who went 2-for-4. Williams,
who singled home a run in Bos Boston's
ton's Boston's five-run first inning and
homered in the fourth, doubled
home the tying run In the 8th
and then scored the decisive
tally on Jackie Jensen's single.
Bob Turley, the Yankees 21 21-game
game 21-game winner, was hammered for
ninp hits and seven runs in
three innings but Johnny Kuckp,
who yielded the two eigni-m-ning
runs, was the loser. Murray
Wall, aided by Frank Sullivan in
the ninth, was oredited with his
eighth victory.
The loss was the sixth straight
for the Yankees but it may have
soothed their pride a bit to
know the Milwaukee Braves did
not exactly look like champions
in their first outing since since
clinching the National League
pennant. A two-run seventh seventh-Inning
Inning seventh-Inning single by Ed Bouchee
enabled the last-place Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillies to top the Braves,
6-5, and earn Jim Owens his
first big league win.
Outstanding pitching marked
most of the other games In both
leagues.
Jack Harshman struck out
nine tatters to give the Balti Balti-rrore
rrore Balti-rrore Orioles a 3-2 win over the
Washington Senators, Pful Fov Fov-teck's
teck's Fov-teck's four-hitter enabled the
Detroit Tieers to beat the Chica
go White Sox, 3-1, and the
TriHlnns tanned the
Kansas City Athletic 7-5, tort
other American Lage games.
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Jones pitched a no-Hitter for
23 innlrtts as the St. Louis Car
.dinals beat the Los Aneeles
Doderera. 5-1. and the Chicago
Cubs shaded the San Francisco
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Bouchee, who hit his ninth
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after Juan Pisarro's wildness
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bis average to .344, but falling
into a tie for the lead with
Willie Mays, who had three
hits in San Francisco's defeat.
Harshman smashed two hom homers
ers homers and a double to knock in all
the Orioles' runs and tag 14-

game winner Pedro Ramos with
his 16th defeat.
Frank Boiling's 13th homer
was the big blow for the Tigers
wno retained a chance to fin finish
ish finish second. Early Wynn suffered
his 15th defeat compared to 14
wins for the White Sox, who
scored their run in the eighth
inning on Johnny Callison's tri triple
ple triple and Bubba Phillips' infield
out.
Randy Jackson's three-run
ninth inning homer was the de
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fell behind. 5-0, in the first in inning.
ning. inning. Hal Woodeshick picked up
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Dick Tomanek lost his eighth
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Jones lost his no-hitter when
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Walt Moryn slammed his 26th
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score for the Cubs and Ernie
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ning winning run in the 10th. Elmer
Singleton was the winner and
Stu Miller the loser.
5!ate Department
Planning To Send
NEW YORK arpn
The State
Department is planning to send
two coneee oaseoan reams on a
goodwill tour of South America
m the near future. Rep. Ken.
neth Keating (R-N.Y.) disclosed
Monday night.
The New York congressman, a
guest speaker at the "cham
pions dinner" of the People-To
People Sports Committee, out outlined
lined outlined plans for the colleeians'
tour and added the hone the
would be followed eventually by,
several major league teams.

Giallombardo Blanks Toronto
For Royals 3rd Series Win

TORONTO, Sept. 24 (UPI)
Montreal's ace righthander, Bil
ly Haris. was given the lob of
pitching the Montreal Rovals
into the Little World Series to
night when he faces the f&rifni?
Toronto Maple Leafs in the
fifth game of the Governor's
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LEADING
HITTERS

(Bi.sd en 390 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
GAB R H Pet.
Ashburn, Phi.
Mays, S. F.
Musial, St. L.
Aaron, Mil.
Skinner, Pit.
Banks, Chi.
Cepeda, S. F.
Lynch, Cin.
Temple, Cin.
Walls, Chi.
149 602 93 207 .344
148 584 116 201 .344
131 455 62 152 .334
150 593 111 196 .331
141 516 90 167 .324
150 600 117 192 .320
144 586 84 184 .314
119 408 57 127 .311
141 542 82 166 .306
136 513 80 156 .304
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels. Bos. 142 545 97 177 .325
Kuenn, Det. 134 541
70 172 .318
75 126 .317
Williams, Bos. 123 397
Power, Clev.
141 574 97 179 .312
Kaline, Det.
Boyd, Bal.
Cerv, K. C.
Minoso, Clev.
Goodman, Chi.
Mantle, N. Y.
Siebern, N. Y.
142 528 83 164 .311
121 392 58 122 .311
137 500 93 155 .310
145 543 91 165 .304
113 413 41 125 .303
146 504 123 152 .302
130 447 77 135 .302
HOME RUNS
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Robinson, Redlegs
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
47
35
31
31
30
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yankees
Colavito, Indians
Sievers, Senators
Cerv, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks. Cuhs
Thomas. Pirates
Aaron, Braves
H. Anderson, Phils
Mays, Giants
Cepeda, Giants
41
38
38
38
34
128
103
95
94
94
94
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Fed Sox
Colavito, Indians
Sievers. Senators
Cerv. Athletics
Mantle, Yankees
120
lOfi
105
103
94
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based oh 15 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W
21
1!)
22
10
10
L
11
10
13
6
6
Pet.
.656
.655
.629
.625
.625
Spahn, Braves
Burdette. Braves
Friend, Pirates
Hobbie, Cubs
Rush, Braves
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Turley, Yankees 21 7
McLish, Indians 16 7
Ford. Yankees 14 7
.750
.696
.667
.619
.607
etock, Red Sox 13 8
Pierce, white Sox
17 11
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GREEN BAY, Wis. (UPI)-The
Green Bay Packers have traded
halfback Dick Christy to the
Pittsburgh Steelers. for a future
draft choice.
CANCEL AGREEMENT
CHICAGO (UPI)-The Chicago
White Sox announced Monday
they will not renew their working
agreement with Dubuque in the
class
D Midwest League next
season.
Cup series.
Harris, who has a string of
10 straight victories going for
him, including three in the
playoffs, is expected to face
southpaw Pat Scantlebury.
Bob Giallombardo, hard throw throwing
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the Leafs, 5-0, on two hits last
night to give the Rovals a 3-1
edge in the best-of-seven final
series.
Harris, a 27-vear-old Dor Dorchester,
chester, Dorchester, N.B. product, hurled
the final 2 1-3 innings of the
second game to gain his third
playoff victory, although he
was not especially impressive.
Giallombardo. 21 year old
Brooklyn -born rookie, gave ud
an infield single to Archie Wil
son in the fourth and Milt
Smith touched him for anoth another
er another harmless single in the fifth.
He walked only two and struck
out five.
The Royals scored all the
runs they needed in the first
Inning. Solly Drake Ited a
line shot double and sored on
Bob Lennon's single. Lennon
scored a moment later from sec second
ond second on Tom Davis' single.
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Drake and Sparky Anderson
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Crimian then was yanked in
favor of Ernie Broglio. He chok choked
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run and held the Rovals hitless
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CUTTING THE WAVES Ramon Midence, a member of the
Panama Boat & Fishing Club, skims the waves In a practice
session in Panama Bay for this coming Sunday's ski marathon
from Taboga to Panama City. Miderice has been skiing for
three years.
Ohio State Tops First
Weekly Football Ratings

By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK (UPri Ohio
State, defending national and Big
Ten football champion, topped the
first weekly major college ratings
of the United Press International
Board of Coaches today although
it does not open its season until
Saturday.
The coaches gave coach Woody
Hayes' Buckeyes, 1958 Rose Bowl
champions and victors in 24o f
their last 26 starts in the power
ful Big Ten, 17 first-place votes
and a total of 275 points. The
Buckeyes open at. home against
Southern Methodist Saturday.
Ohio State narrowly edged Au Auburn
burn Auburn for the mythical national
notional championship in the final
1957 ratings.
until he was replaced in the
eighth.
The Royals picked up anoth another
er another pair in the ninth on a dou dou-ple
ple dou-ple by Jim Koranda and three
errors by reliever Bob Tiefe Tiefe-nauer.
nauer. Tiefe-nauer. Kiddies Know
Racing Story
SYOSSET, N. Y. (NEA) Some Sometimes,
times, Sometimes, things speak for themselves.
Like the fourth grade compositions
proudly tacked on the bulletin
board of a grammar school here.
"This summer We went to the
beach. I liked it verv much." one
said.
"My father took us to the mount mountains
ains mountains this summer." the one alone
side said.
The third noted, "This summer
we went to Saratoga. The third
race was a steeplechase. One
horse fell at the first jump. My
mother was sad. My father got
very mad."
ARMORED CAR ROBBED
PARIS (UPI) Four masked
bandits, one armed with a sub-
machinegun, forced an armored
bank truck to the curb in north
eastern Paris yesterdav and rob rob-hrl
hrl rob-hrl it o' M4.000. TV holdun of th
National Bank of Commerce and
vlndustry vehicle occurred on the
Boulevard Richechouart, near
Montmartre. The bandits knocked
the driver unconscious and threat threatened
ened threatened oansershv with the machine machine-gun
gun machine-gun before fleeing in their own
car.
TODAY-ENCANTO-35-20
Double in Cinemascope!
o Don Murray in
"MAN HUNT"
o Joanne Woodward In
"NO DOWN PAYMENT"

i i i
Taboga-Panama Race

For
Seven of the teams in the top
10 have yet to open their sched schedules,
ules, schedules, besides. Ohio State, they am
Oklahoma, Michigan State, Notre
Dame, Auburn, Navy and. Wife
consin.
Coach Bud Wilkinson's Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma team, which rebounded to
defeat Duke in the 1958 Orange
Bowl game after Notre Dame
snapped its 47 game winning
streak last season, was second
with four first place votes and
230 points. Notre Dame was third
with four first-place votes and
198 points.
Michigan State was next with
three first place votes and 192
points. Texas Christian, which
ii'iened with a 42-0 triumph over
Kansas last Saturday, was fifth
with two first place votes and
167 points. Auburn was sixth with
one first place vote and 160
points.
Pittsburgh, which opened one oi
the nation's toughest schedules
with an impressive 27-6 victory
ove- UCLA, drew two first-place
votes and 97 points for seventh
piace. Navy with 63 points, Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, 59 and Mississippi, 44
rofVd out the first 18.
Each coach votes for 10 teams,
lisuii" them in the order in which
he rates them. Points are
tributed on a l0-9-8-7-fi.s.i-5.9.i
basis for votes from first through
10th place.
Army, which opens its cam campaign
paign campaign Saturday against Sooth
Carolina, headed the second group
with 40 points. Washington State,
Louisiana State, Kentucky, South Southern
ern Southern California, Clemson, Purdue
Wake Forest, South Carolina and
North Carolina rounded out this
group in that order. Wake Forest
and West Virginia, which was 21st
wiui io pomis, divided the
maining two first-place votes.
re-
u in, m learns received votes
in the first ratings.

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Enthusiasm continues to In Increase
crease Increase among the fans of the boat
races and ski marathon to be held
by the "Club de Yates y Pesca
de Panama," celebrating the
great Presidential Classic.
The races will take place on Sun
day, Sept. 28. beginning at 2 n.m.

with the dangerous ski matathon
from Taboga to Panama, with the
participation of outstanding skiers
from both the Canal Zone and
Panama. This event is of utmost
importance since the route be
tween Taboga nd the entrance
of the Canal, on many occasions
is invaded by sharks as well as
high waves and strong winds,
obligating the participants to take
security measures.
One of the security measures
being taken by the board of di directors
rectors directors of the "Club de Yates y
Pesca", is to request all members
owning vessels to leave at 'dawn
for Taboga to Panma to cover the
skiers, at the time scheduled for
the marathon. This security line
will be formed by about 50 ves vessels,
sels, vessels, big and small, ready to go
ultoactioh if necessary.
Persons interested in participat
ing ljh the ski marathon should
contact Frank Hirt, telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2675.
Prizes, to be awarded ft the
boat races.
1 trophy Motores Colpan
1 trophy Evinrude
1 trophy Cia Cyrnos, S.A.
1 trophy McGregor (and
$75.0p worth of, clothing to be
awarded as additional prizes)
1 trophy Department of Physic
al Education (and medals to be
awarded as additional prizes)
1 trophy Estrella de Panama
1 trophy Almacen Mauricio
1 trophy Jantzen (and 10 bath
ing suits) 1
1 Round trip ticket to tfma -Aerovias
Panama A i r w a v s
(A.P.A.) (first prize of the P?e P?e-sidential
sidential P?e-sidential Classic)
1 Round trip ticket to San Jose,
Costa Rica-Lacsa.
Plastic skis-Abernathy, S.A.
1 Battery radio-Almacen Econb Econb-gas
gas Econb-gas 1 Wrist watch-Joyeria Emilio
1 Free pass for one month-Tea-tro
Central. Various free passes,
for two persons Metro Goldwyn
Meyers.
5 Cases of 16 cans each, of oil oil-Shell
Shell oil-Shell 5 Cases of 24 cans each, of oil
Gulf.
Tool Kit' tot boateOeo.F. Novey
Inc. jfc t '
2 Gallons of Marine paint-Glid-den
Panama, S.A.
Note: The Boat Racing Com Commission
mission Commission will be in charge tl dis distributing
tributing distributing the prizes to be awarded
in the respective races.
First Weekly
Grid Ratings
NEW YORK (UPI) The first
weekly United Press International
major college football ratings
(with first-place votes in paen paen-theses):
theses): paen-theses): Team Points
1. Ohio State (17) 275
2. Oklahoma (4) 230
3. Notre Dame (4) 198
4. Michigan State (3) 192
5. Texas' Christian (2) 167
6. Auburn (1) 1 160
7. Pittsburgh (2) 97
8. Navy 63
9. Wisconsin 59
10. Mississippi 44
11, Army, 40; 12, Washington
State, 38; 13, Lousiana State. 35;
14, Kentucky, 33; 15, Southern
California, 31; 16, Clemson, 25;
17, Purdue, 22; 18, Wake Forest
(1), 20; 19, South Carolina, 19;
20, North Carolina State, 17.
Others: West Virginia, (1), 16;
Colorado, 15; Iowa and Oregon,
14 each; Texas, 13; Miami (Fla.),
12; Oklahoma State and Tennes
see, 10 each; Baylor and North
Carolina, 9 each: Mississnrai
State, 8; Arizona (Tempe) State
and Duke, 6 each: Florida. Van-
derbilt, Southern Methodist and
Bostoh College, 4 each: Nebraska
and College of Pacific, L each.'

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Pittsburgh
San Francisco
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Los Angeles
Chicago
Philadelphia
., Today's Games
Chicago at San Francisco:
St. Louis at Los Angeles (N).
Only games scheduled.
(Night Game)
Philadelphia 120 001 200-0 10 1
Milwaukee 200 002 0015 7 0
Owen (1-0). Semoroch. Farrell
and Lopata.
Pizarro (6-4) and Crandall.
(Night Game)
St. Louis 5
Los Angeles 1
Chicago 3
San Francisco 2
Only games scheduled.
Braves Lose
Joey Jay For
World Series
By RAY DOHERTY
MILWAUKEE Wis. (UPI)
Rookie righthander Joey Jay

lost to the Milwaukee Braves forie today moan about the lack of

the World Series, manager Fred
Haney disclosed yesterday.
Haney must now decide be'
tween Bob Rush or Carlton Wil
ley for his third-game, starter.
Jay's ring finger on nis lert
hand was operated on Monday
night by Dr. Bruce Brewer to re
pair a double fracture which Jay
suffered last week when hit by
a batted ball at St. Louis.
Brewer said the finger will be
in a oast fox at least three
weeks. "He's out for the season
and the Series," said the physl
clan.
The Braves immediately asked
Commissioner Ford Frick to pu
veteran relief pitcher Ernie
Johnson, whom they sent to
Wichita at mid-season, on the
World Series squad. Johnson wa
effective in relief against the
Yankees last year although ha
lost.
"Jay had the stuff to give the
Yankees trouble," said a dis discouraged
couraged discouraged Haney, who apparent
ly had planned to give Jay the
third-game assignment if he
looked good against Philadel
phia tonight. Rush replaced Jay
as the starter tonight.
Rush, with a 10-6 record, has
been pitching well recently. Wil-
ley, who along with Jay and
Juan Pizarro make up the tal talented
ented talented "kid corps" of the Braves'
pitching staff, is another possi possibility.
bility. possibility. Haney has refused to name
any of his Series starting pitch pitchers,
ers, pitchers, although it's certain War Warren
ren Warren Spahn and Lew Burdette
will handle the first two games.
It's a toss-up, however, which
one will get the opening assign-1
ment here.
Except for Wes Covington's
bad knees, the Braves were In
generally go6d physical condi condition.
tion. condition. Haney was hopeful three
days of rest this week would
strengthen Covington enough
for full-time duty against the
Yankees.
PACIFIC POINT
New York fNEA) Pete
Brennan. signed by the New York
Knicks, played AAU basketball in
Manila all summer.
RADIATOR
HOSE
f a aeon

AMERICAN LEAGUE

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York
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70
74
74
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77
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88
Chicago
Ootroit
Boston
Cleveland
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington7
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Detroit at Chicago.
5&in2 at, ton.
Washington at Baltimore (N).
Cleveland at Kansas City (N).
ftsuit
... "W" wnrrif 1
Washington 11n nnn
Baltimore 001 Olo ir
t
2
Fitz-
, a,mo (1-16. Hyde and
&vi am.
Harshman (14) and Triandos.
JNlght Game)
n?LYork 132 100 loo g is i
BStT t 500 020 02x-0 14 J
Turley, Kucks (8-4) and Howard
Bowsfield, Sisler. WaD (MUtak
liven and Whilje.
(Night Game)
rSSSf 000 000 111-8 l
? m 00C 010-1 Tf 1
Foytack (14-13) and Brown
LoUar"11 LWn' Rudolph
Cleveland 7
Kansas 5
Poker Warm-up
For Attell Fight
Is n&w YORK (NEAWWhen flcht
money m me game, you can't
blame Abe Attell, the old feather-
wcigm cnampion who still is a a-round
round a-round the New York beat, if ho
sneers a bit
As Lester Bromberg notes in a
5,Tj$L his Pocketbook,
"World's Champs," Abe Went into
the ring at 117 pourfis and boxed
Harlem Tommy Murphy, 137. to
20-round draw in San Fran.
112 and received only
$6,500 for it.
The amount didn't raally mat mat-ter
ter mat-ter because a few hours before,
in t- hotel room littered with
dried up sandwich fragments,
filled ash trays and dirty coffee
cups, Attell got up from a stud stud-poker
poker stud-poker game that Had atarted 12
hours before.
"You'll get your cf ance some
other time," he said. "I've got to
wash up and get out to the arena.
The way it is, I only can catch
a few hours' sleep in the dressing
room."
Abe walked out of the hotel
room a $36,000 winner.
Texas Wors
Left-Handed
AUSTIN, Tex. NE(A) Darren
Royal may have to do a lot of
things in a left handed way if
Texas is to- succeed.
The Longhorns have almost e e-nough
nough e-nough southpaws to field a team.
Coach Royal probably will utilize
four of more in the two units that
will do most of the playing. Left Lefthanders
handers Lefthanders will operate at each of
the four backfield positions and
all throw.
If that isn't enough to confuse
the opposition, sophomore quar quarterback
terback quarterback Tommy Newman passes
right but kicks left. Another soph
signal-caller, Larry Cooper chucks
left and punts right.
Left banders Dick Jones and
Dick Schulte will have i fling in
the line.
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MONTREAL (UPI)- Floyd
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JNISDAT, SEPTEMBER 14, 1958

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alleges Start Swinging
...

n Intersectional Gemes

IS 1

By HARRY GRAYSON
.. Y U'i

M college iODiuou seasuo uwu

open witn Dreamers, uoacnes
the football foundries seemed

believe that the proper way to

irm up their people eaters was

have them, tear innocent uy uy-inders
inders uy-inders limb from limb.

jt the season is now aeemea

short for that sort of nonsense,

for the hiah pressure schools

do anything less-jan come out
rinine So now the campaign

launched with intersectional en-

kgements. More than a doien lm-

rtant garnet or tnis type are

! calendar as neaa ouhibj
ret c nut nn all fronts on Sept. 27.

rhe Big Ten and the dying Pa-

ip (nasi uoniereii-e an- nui

siting for the Rose Bowl to set-

their differences, rour squaos
m the golden slope fly to the

liddle wesi, J and tf .UCLA has

ly luck at Illinois, the invaders

mild obtain an even orea.

Washington State and its spec.-

Icular passing engineerea Dy

obby Newman is picked to re-

lse ioruiwesi.cru. utun mta

Ip advantage or a xouenie wiin

Btshureh under its belt, and if

eore Dickerson aepioys enougn

his oddly penalized seniors,

Bruins could shade the luini.

ich lack a breakway runner.

I California will get precisely no

here against a Michigan Mate

srde ; which frightens seasoned

Jservers. The Southern Cantor-
. 4.1 trim i I

la sopnomores, nursing me uir-

an State battle bumps, have

lore chance at neighboring Mich Mich-tan,
tan, Mich-tan, but the Dick has to be the

folverines, although Bennie Oos Oos-krban
krban Oos-krban had to rebuild from tackle

tackle.

Minnesota travels the other way

eels the call at Washington.

.As thoueh the inter-leasue war

Fasn't enough, both the Big Ten

ad Coast Conference look else-

mere for headaches. Here the

lenomenal Wisconsin sophs of

57 are nicked to repel seasoned

tiami and, Us stick-out southpaw

lger, Frank Curci, m the

ranee Bowl.

Southern Methodist has a stand-

lut passer in Don Meredith, but

Iot nearly enough uipnent
tend off Ohio Mate, wfiere Prank

remblas hatods off to Boh Whitx

rtio averaged 6.2 per carry last
rip while .doubling at Center.

Texas Christian is named me

lop team m the Southwest Con Conference,
ference, Conference, .hut I've got to string

Hong with Iowa in a cuff -hanger

in its own DacKyaro. improveu

Kansas could stir up some trou-

le for Oregon State in Portland,

at Otherwise will De just along

for the ride. Rice is a bit too

rmldablfe for. SlanfosrcL a cxi.-.

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Coaches Split On Excitement
MTI "Is fSS! fc.J3 B -a 4I ?S IKS??

Value of New Extra-Point Rule

By OSCAR FRALET

NEW YORK (UPI) College

foouoall coacnes are split on tne

excitement value of the new ex- question

rn.nnint nils hilt In the hattie Ift9'

"l don't see where it adds

anything to the excitement," he

commented

PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
Team StantHnfa

iiuuiviiviu. i J- ...
"You still merely have the old J41" Jw'iers
lestion of 'did he make it ofii"

ior patronage against the wide wide-ooen
ooen wide-ooen pro eai.e, they see a re

turn to nee substitution and

goal posts on the goal line.
Free substitution, as the pla

toon system, was chopped down

on the theory it wouict reauce

the effectiveness oi tne lootoa l

Team No. 4

Team No.6

Bob mealls. the former Mich-'i" "V

lean center now head coach at
Connecticut, can't see colonial insurance
concern over the extra point. Team No 2
"We scored six touchdowns

last week," he explained. we Tahiti jewelers 3; Team Ne. 1 0

kicked one point, we were suc-i

cessful running for two otnen The "gems" of Tahiti were all

lactones loaded with manpower! in five tries. That totals up t polished up and finished off Team

But aa it developed the smaller' five points. That's a good aver

schools were hurt more than the age even If we had tried six
major powers. kicks."

The rules were easea tnis year

HARD HITTER Quarterback Prank R remblas hands off to
Bob Whit of Ohio State, considered by many to be one
of the hardest hitting fullbacks in the ranks Ot college football.

West Virginia goes to Oklahoma,

where the Mountaineers Will get

a lesson in a more wide open split

T. You'll have a clearer line on

Army after the South Carolina vi visit,
sit, visit, but the West Point running
game should prevail.
Texas gets a shaky vote at Tu Tu-lane.
lane. Tu-lane. Auburn will take a quick step
toward another Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference championship, but no!
without a stout argument from
Tennessee.. It is to be an all-out
altercation at Clemson, but the
Tigers are given the nod over

to permit any player to return

once In each quarter instead oi
merely permitting the return of
starting players.

"But some small conierences
have made their own rules, per

mitting free substitution,'' says!
Lou Little, "and we will go back
to It soon for everybody without

a shadow of doubt."

Doesn't Like It

As for the extra-point rule giv

ing one point for a kicked con

version ana two points iur n tun

or pass conversion, Bun uonein,

who succeeded Lime at uoium-

bla, calls It "a ridiculous rule."

More Field Goals

No. 1 via the shut-out route. Led

by Bill Jamison (612) and Ed

Kunkel (564), the jewelers wound

up with the first games over WOO
1 . nun.. TVl

anu a loiai pimaii oi wro, nign

for the young season

up-and-charging North Carolina.

its Mississippi over neniucKy,

Louisiana State over struggling

Alabama and Bear Bryant. Mis

sissippi State over Florida and

Maryland over worth uarouna
State.
If Pittsburgh rooters suspected
that the Panthers had headaches
against Oklhoma in their home
opener a year ago, wait till they
a.e ambushed by Holy Cross.
Notre Dame may be without ov
er-all speed, but the Irish won't
miss it taking Indiana in stride.
Fight!

Exhibitions Don't Count
When .Pros Play For Keeps

By MURRAY OLDERMAN
NEW YORK (NEA) In exotical exotical-ly
ly exotical-ly named Bala Cynwyd, in Qie of office,
fice, office, of the commissioner of the
National Football League. Joe La La-brum
brum La-brum drummed a pencil on his
...1 iC; '.tj' ...

desk and muttered. "Everybody

wants to know who's gonna beat

the Bears?"

by

Dan Daniel

BALTIMORE Great are the

Ittses of television. From Yogi Be

rn, studious Yankee catcher, to-

Iday came the revelation that he

had been watching the Braves via
I TV in Philadelphia to check on

their batting and other habits, with

an eye to possible revision of the

book the Bombers had on them

in the 1957 World Series.

T have come ud with some in

teresting information," the profes

sorial Yogi reported. "For in

stance, this here Wes Covington,
who hurt us a, lot last fall, has

changes his stance. He now

crouches, like Stan Musial, and

pulls the ball.

Maybe he is doing tnis to la-

vor his bum knee. But, whatever

the reason we have to change our

dope on this guy.

"Last year we stopped mm in

the later games by pitching him

'tight. I think we should go on do

ing that. But we have to get the

spy sheets from Johnny weun and

Bill Skiff.

"Some time ago I saw a story

which said our book had been
wrone in too manv soots." Yogi

continued. 'Well, I say we had

some of the best information on a

National League club ever put to

gether bv our scouts. It was lust

about as reliable as the dope we

got on the Dodgers in 1956, when

we held them to a club average

of .195.

"The Braves hit only .208 aginst

us. We didn't exactly bust down a

ny fence, but we did outhit them

by 39 points.

Oom On Tone Went Wrong

"Now about this Hank Aron, whe
belted our pitchers for .393, with
three homers," Berra resumed.
"H is the kind- of batter you
can't pitch to by the book. You
keen the ball low and away with

breaking stuff, .and hope he wont

get- hold- of it. Hope and pray.
"Aaron has nasty habitv.Hfc
hits ; bad pitches and he will get
only a piece of the ball and still
bang it out of the- park.
"We did go wrong on Frank Tp Tp-rre.
rre. Tp-rre. the first baseman, who got
two of their eight homers. We will
have to study this guv a lot closer
and check on the pitches he hit
off Tom Stufdivant and" Bob Tur Tur-ley.
ley. Tur-ley. "Eves though Eddie Mathews
did a lot of damage with a game game-winning
winning game-winning homer, our book on him

was the best. We stopped him good.
"I think if Moose Skowron had
been any use at all, being out with
a busted back and Mickey Mantle
hadn't been suffering from .shin
solints, we would have won the
Series.
"But, we didn't and now we have
to see to it that thev don't tak
?":n. When dirt the Yankees
lose two straight Series? In 1W
against the Giants? Well, It can't

happen a second time.

Burdette really knocked us ov

er, Berra continued, 'well, we
knew Lew could pitch, but we

didn't rate him that dangerous.

The guy we feared most was War
ren Spahn. So we beat the lefty
and couldn't do a thing with Bur

dette.

In Baltimore. Carroll Rosen

bloom wanted to know who if any
one, his Colts were going to beat

Afld there were vague rumors that

Coach Weeb Ewbank was already

on the griddle.

In Pittsburgh, Buddy Parker al

ready fired one team and was im

porting another on the eve of the
season.

At Bear Mountain, as the Giants

prepared to break camp, Jim
Howell shrugged, "It doesn't count

who wins the exhibitions. His

Giants, of course, had won few.

Organized professional football

enters its 38th season Sunday,

Sept. 28, with the 12 teams having

tugged at each other since the

middle of August.

Just how important are the six

weeks shake-down exhibitions?

"Two years ago," points out

Howell, "the Philadelphia Eagles

won all their pre season games

and finished last in our division

(the East).

Whatever
Happened to i

PAT SEEREY

James Patrick (Pat) Seerey

was jokingly called "Fat Pat" by
some of his major league base

ball teammates, but nobody ever
joked about the power in the bat
hv this former outfielder

for the Cleveland Indians and

Chicago White Sox. omy seven

min n hie eaeue nisiory nave

hit four homers in one game and

Seerey, who turned the trie tor

the White sox in a game on

Julv 18. 1948. is one of tnem.

Though he never bagged a high

hattnff averaee. seerey was a

"lane measure" clouter who hit

his slueeine high in 1946 when he

hit 26 homers for the Indians.

Whatever happened to rat

See rev? He now is a eustodian

in the Dub ic school system m

St. Louis, Mo.
Player Of The Day

-DAVI PHILL1Y-

Dave Philley of the Phillies
lava this m-obably will be his

T m tm ea.

last year in DaseDau, ana u n is
he's certainly going out in style.

The 38 vear-o rt fmuey. wno is

eaving the game because he

Isn't fond of flying, got the
Phillies off the ground in the 14th

inning Monday night when he

singled home the winning run m

3-2 victory over tne firates in

the opener of a twi-nighter.

Philley has seen service with

the White Sox. Athletics, Indians,

Orioles and Tigers since making

his major league deDut in i4i.

The Phils purchased mm trom

Detroit last December as first

base insurance.

Philley not only has supplied

that, but also has taken his turn
in the outfield and come through
with several pinch hits.

Picks Ford To Open

"Burdette ain't very fast, but he

is a wise guy. He keeps the ball

low. ihrows a screwball three

quarter speed. He has a little slid

er, and a nasty sinker.

Everybody thinks Fred Haney

will open Lew I expect to see

Spahn, and if he beats us on Oct

maybe Juan Pizarro, also left

handed, in the second game with

Burdette opening in the Stadium.
I don't think we got to be afraid

of Juan. His fastball isn't too

tricky. Follows one patter. Ask
Zack Monroe, who knows him
from the minors.

"Now about our pitching, which

right now is a little mixed up.

You expect Bob Turley in the
opener. Well, I would go with Whi Whi-tey
tey Whi-tey Ford, who beat Spahn 3-1 in
the first game last year. Win with
Ford, you then pitch maybe Duke
Maas, and open with Turley ino ur
own park.
"Well, I think I have talked too
much baseball already." So Yogi
switched to football, on which he
also is an expert.

Applications Being
Accepted For Boat
Racing Next Sunday

In the final week, of preparation
for boat racing which will take

place Sept. 28. in honor of his ex excellency,
cellency, excellency, Ernesto De La Guardia

Jr., President of Panama, the Pa

nama Boat and Fishinp Club

(Club de Yates y Pesca) is ac
cepting applications for participa
tion.
Several boating JfM fithfna.
clubs have keen invited to parti participate
cipate participate in this competition, and
they are as fellows: Club Carlbe
of Colon, Cristobal Yacht Club,
Diablo Spinninq Club, Panama

Ski Club, and Panama Road and
Reel Club of Panama. The larg largest
est largest number o participant be belongs
longs belongs to ho Panama Beat and
Fishing Club.
Forms to participate In all or
any event can be obtained at
Panama Boat and Fishing Club
'Club de Yates v Pesra), r frn"i
iv-mv Hirt. president, Psnnma
Ski Club, phonp RalNn 2875. do
ne dat wi'l t" F-Hay, Sept September
ember September 26th" at 5:30 p.m..

"The poorest club we saw in the

entire exhibition season last year
was Detroit and the Lions, you

know, went all the way.

"Best thing you get out of the
practice games in a realistic look
at your weak spots and then
hope you can pick up men to plug

them. i

During the feverish poring over

last-minute waiver lists the Giants

corraled a couple of offensive line

men from the Packers to fill their

most urgent need. New York will

find out what it means when the

club opens against the Chicago

Cardinals in Buffalo.

The Cards are the mystery

team, not so much in personnel as

in coaching technique, with Frank
Ivy having installed a d-ible

wing-T that could be the rfVki

nnnarv innovation of the year

Still, it says here, the Giants will

outshuffle the Cards. 21 to 7.

The other big pre season deve

lopment was George Haias' re

turn to active coaching and the re

suiting stimulus on the Chicago
Bears, who went into the final

week of tune-ups undefeated.

The momentum should take the

Bears past the Packers, weak sis

ters of the West, 31 to 14.

Even If they haven't found anr

other Otto Graham at quarter-

back, the Cleveland Browns are
stacked. The Los Angeles Rams
have altered their attack to fit in
Billy Wade's quarterback rollouts,
are going in for smaller, swifter
runners and receivers. Let's stick
with the taid Browns over the
flashy Rams, 20 to 17.
The Baltimore Colts impressed
no one with their erratic stum stumbling
bling stumbling in exhibitions. But Johnny
Unitas still throws a big shotgun,
and they've got the horses to run.
Defending Detroit has not gotten
up to-par performance from their
field general combine of To) in
Rote and Bobby Layne.
The Colts should edge the Lions.

14 to 10, just as they wont he '57

opener.

While Pittsburgh has been en

riching public travel bureaus in
an effort to uncover ball carriers
j .i i it

tanu may nave soivea me prop prop-lem
lem prop-lem with Billy Reynolds and Tom
Tr.icey), the San Francisco Forty
Niners nave solidfled their posi

tion as western contenders, found
nut that John Brodie can do the

o as well as Y. A. Tittle.

The broken arm of Billy Wilson

hurts. But the Forty Niners have

Harry Wright, known as "The
Horse" In his Notre Dfcme days
and now caoch at Kings Point
Is one of those who feels the new
conversion rule does add excite excitement
ment excitement for the fans.

"It's also going to put the foot
back into football," he analyzed.
"Meaning they'll have to bring

the onai Dosts back up to the

goal lines as an added Incentive

ror lieid goais.
Wright's theory is the field
goal becomes a weapon to offset

the unbalanced exwa-poinv pay

off.

"I know we'll go ior tne neia

Mud as ouickly as we can," he

explained. "U we et down to

within 15 vards and u ooesn

look as If we can score, we want
those three points. Then, if we
An senre the heat is off the

niiAstkm of whether we go for

one or two on ine conversion.

HOOFBEATS
iS
By Conrado Sargeant

Postin has been scratched

from Sunday's $2,000 added one
mile Jockey Club Classic for

three -year-olds. He is reported

ly "off his feed" and losing

weight rapidly.

The owner of Bright Spur,

Karl Rennert, has challenged
Don Lucho's owner, Frank X.
Zlemetz, to a $1,000 side bet on

tne outcome oi the race. How

ever, Rennert stipulates that the

saliva and urine tests be accept
ed as official.

Bright Spur is the early favor

ite to wi nthis one mile feature.

oOo

Russians Enter Two
Thoroughbreds For

laurel International

the weapons to dull the Steelers,
28 to 14.

Impressive in quality and depth,

the Washington Redskins have the

balance to cause trouble any bun

day. The Eagles have helped them

selves considerably with norm van

Brocklin at the passing helm. But
the Skins have a shade more pow power,
er, power, will pluck the Eagles, 35 to 24.

Batter up! That is, let er npi

T.MmEt-.. Md. (UPI) It will be

Russisn horseflesh versus Ameri American
can American horseflesh at the Laurel race
track Nov. 11.
Track officials disclosed today
Russia has agreed to enter two

horses in the $100,000 wasmngion.

D. C, International turf race

here.
The Russian Embassy informed
Joseph T. Cascarella, executive

vice president of Laurel, tne

Soviet Ministry of Agriculture

soon would announce the names
of (he horses and five persons
accompanying the animals.

Laurel officials saw me
Russians "have delayed com

peting in the race until now, so
it's obvious they now feel they

have, horses c a p a b I e..pj chal

lenging the champions ot otner
countries."

Pro Boxer Missing
After Failing
To Appear For Bout

PROVIDENCE, R. I. (UPI) -Lightweight
Gordon Parker of
Athol, Mass., still was unheard
from today after failing to show
up for a 10-round main bout at
Arcadia Ball Room Monday night.
Parker was present for the of official
ficial official noon weigh-in Monday but
did not appear for his schedule schedule-bout
bout schedule-bout with Pat McCoy of Galway,
Ireland.
Promoters put on two prelimi
naries while waiting for Parker
and when it became evident he
wasn't going to show cancelled
three other bouts and refunded
the $170 gross to 737 fans.

Billy Coffey was the only mem

ber of Team No. 1 to score over
500. I guess the new pins had
quite a bit to do with the low
scores that resulted on all eight

alleys.
Team No. i 2; Team No. I 1

An 80 pin handicap proved too

much and last week s leaders

Team No. 8 lost two games to

Team No. 6AEarle Best, Dick

Soyster, and Murrell Mitchusson
had scores of 539, 536 and 500 to

pace Team No. 8 while George
Folger led Team No. 6.
Spalding Dots 1
Colonial Insurance 1

Colonial Insurance continued to
have a rough time and lost two

games to Spaldinr. Dot. High

scorers for the Dots were sub

Bob Boyer, Dan Thomas, and B.

J. Nelson. Jack Voss and Bob
Toland were the heavy scorers

for Colonial Insurance.
Team No. 4 1; Team No. 2
With the results of each game
not known until,, the 10th frame.
Team No. 4 continued their mast

ery over Team No. 2. JBud Baleer

with 574 was high scorer for Team

No. 4 and Ted Albritton filled the

same category for Team No. 2

Only three colts were enter entered
ed entered for the Oct. 5 $3,000 added
ne mile Arturo Delvalle Clas Classic
sic Classic for native three-year-olds.
Romancero, Henco, and Pan Pan-cho
cho Pan-cho Lopes form the trio. They
will each tote 118 pounds.
oOo
The Jurado Fernandez im

porting firm recently bought

four .more British thorough

breds. Their names are Second
Cup, Black Jet, Manlart and

Sunaque. They are scheduled to

arrive on the Isthmus soon.

Local horse racing pioneer Ja

cob (Jake) Pereira will import
two fillies and a colt soon also.

One of the fillies, Maglla, is by
Vilmorin out of a daughter of
Stardust.
oOo
Manuel Ycaza, who begins an

other of his frequent ten-day

suspensions in the U.S. today,
will reportedly visit his home

land this week and may do

some riding here before he re

turns to te States, Manuel's
brother Alejandro, who recently

returned from the U.S. where he

saw action at some of the best

tracks, made the report.

oOo

According to Alejandro, Pan

amanian jockey Gilberto Monte Monte-ro
ro Monte-ro is a successful workout boy at
New York tracks. .. .Alexandra

of suspended jockeys over the

weekend. The President Remon
racetrack's stewards suspended
him indefinitely and recom recommended
mended recommended a cancelation of his li license
cense license to the Panama Gambling
Control Board because of his
"proven lack of ability to ride
race horses."
Julian was accused by the rid-
ers of Cachafaz and The Squire
pf repeatedly disturbing them
with Clarucha, which eventually
won the race.
Jose Rodriguez drew a four-

meet suspension for crowding
Nogalino, Rosier and Recife with
Julio Verne immediately after
the start.

Jockeys Fernando Alvares
and Carlos Farmer were fined
$5 each. Alvarez was penalized
for showing up late to ride
Porro in Saturday's first race
while Farmer was punished by
the paddock judge for being
disrespectful.
Andres Gonzalez netted a
four-meet enforced vacation for
not controlling Rock 'N' Roll at
the start and crowding Nacho
and Petronlla.

Rosier was suspended for IS

days for bleeding from both nos

trils. Surumeno got 21 days for,
the same thing because it is the

second straight time that he na
bled.

oOo
Hector Marino Ruiz, Chilean
owner-trainer, has placed Lu Luciano,
ciano, Luciano, Alpina, Zarpazo, Acropo Acropolis
lis Acropolis and Distante on sale. Marino
Ruiz is apparently anxious to
get back home to his native Chi Chile
le Chile to attend to business.

WISC MUTING
On Sunday, Sept. 21, at 1 p.m.
the first meeting of the 1951-5?
bowling season will bo bold at
the Diablo Clubhouse. At many
Items of interest will bo discus discussed
sed discussed it it strongly urged that all
women bowlers ttend.

Senators Seem
In Bit Of A Rut
BALTIMORE (UPI) Seems
as if the Senators are in a bit 6f
a rut.
When thev bowed to the Orioles.

has resumed working out horses, 2-o, Monday night, it marked the
at the local oval and will get fourth straight game they had
back In action this weekend. lost by that identical score. The
oOo I Red Sox inflicted the previous
Eduardo Julian topped the list three shutouts.

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GOP Chairman
Resigned After
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi Presidential
dential Presidential aide Sherman Adams re resigned
signed resigned after a poll showed that
Republican candidates ieared his
retention in office would cost them
votes in the November election,
GOP Chairman Meade Alcorn dis disclosed
closed disclosed yesterday.
Alcorn said a survey of mem members
bers members of the GOP National Commit Committeewhich
teewhich Committeewhich he conducted at Adams
request revealed "reasonably
acute concern" about the impact
of the Adams Goldfine case on
the Nov. 4 elections. The survey
was made late last month,
Alcorn disclosed the survey in a
question-and-answer session at a
National .Press Club lunch after
volunteering an account of his role
in the events leading up to Adams'
resignation Monday night. 'The
GOP chairman said he never rec recommended
ommended recommended that Adams step down.
Adams reported for work as
usual at his White House desk at
7:30 a.m. yesterday. He then con conferred
ferred conferred with President Eisenhower
shortly after the Chief Executive
arrived back in Washington at the
end of bis Newport, R.I., vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. The White House said they dis discussed
cussed discussed the "orderly transition" of
Adams' duties to others. Adams,
who pictured himself Monday
night at the victim of a "campaign
of vilification," said he would
leave after the transition had been
decided.
The advance text of Alcorn's
prepared speech contained no ref reference
erence reference to Adams and his accept acceptance
ance acceptance of gifts from Boston indus industrialist
trialist industrialist Bernard Goldfine, perhaps
because it was prepared before
Adams' resignation via radio-TV
Monday night.
But Alcorn later gave newsmen
a prepared statement disclosing
that Adams telephoned him during
an Aug. 26 GOP National Com Committee
mittee Committee meeting in Chicago.
"He asked me to make as thor thorough
ough thorough and as comprehensive a sur survey
vey survey as I could of sentiment
among the membership concern concerning
ing concerning the so called Adams case,"
Alcorn said. "He said to me that
when 1 had completed the survey
he wanted me to give him the
facts and also report them fully
to the President."
A'corn said ho made the survey
during the two-day committee
meeting and gave Adams and the
President a "complete brief briefing"
ing" briefing" upon his return to Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. Alcorn did not volunteer the
results of the survey and that
was the first question asked.
The GOP chief replied onlv that
he had found "among Republican
candidates there was a reason reasonably
ably reasonably acute concern about the im impact
pact impact of the Goldfine case" on
GOP election chances. He said
this concern had been decreasing,
hut (Hat it was a "lingering con concern."
cern." concern." Alcorn was asked about a mib mib-lished
lished mib-lished report that the President
had decided Adams must go and
had assigned Alcorn to relay the
word. He rer''' lh- rt'1 rne
only a "reportine job" and that
Adams alone made the decision to
resign.
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Reveals Adams
Candidate Poll
Alcorn said Adams wag "an
honest public servant" who had
been vilified and subjected to "a
terrible injustice."
He was asked why, in view of
this, Republicans had not defend defended
ed defended the White House aide instead
of demanding his resignation. The
chairmen of the Senate and House
GOP campaign committees were
among GOP leaders who publicly
welcomed Adams' resignation.
Alcorn said Democrats had "set
in motion" the resignation demand
and that many Republicans actual actually
ly actually did not want Adams to bow
out. He said those who "most
acutely sensed" the political prob
lem were Republicans running
for office this year.
Alcorn said the Adams case was
"a factor" in the defeat suffered
by the GOP in the Maine election
last week. But he said the big biggest
gest biggest factor in the Democratic vic victory
tory victory was the organizatiinal and
financial help given the Demo Democrats
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Is Found On
PARIS (UPI)-A terrorist time
bomb was found yesterdau high up
on the tourist-packed Eiffel tower.
An official said a "catastrophe"
would have resulted if it had ex exploded.
ploded. exploded. The attempt to blow un the
famed Paris landmark came as
police were alerted for increased
violence by Algerian terrorists and
anti-Gaullist factions seeking to
disrupt Sunday's constitutional
referendum.
An unidentified woman tourist
found the four pound dynamite
bomb in a washroom on the third
stage of the tower, some 900 feet
above the ground. The third stage
is the highest level open to tour tourists.
ists. tourists. A tower official said there were
"hundreds" of French and foreign
sightseers on the tower when the
bomb was found at 11:30 a. m. He
said there would have been a
catastrophe" if it had gone off.
Tower eiiards were caller! in tha
washroom after the woman spotted
an electric battery and two cahlec
sticking out from under a toilet
basin. They found the wires con
nected to tour pounds of dynamite.
The exnlosive was parried hasti
ly to the fourth stage of the 1.000-
toot tower, now used as a televi television
sion television studio, where officials hoped
it would cause less damage if it
went off.
There was no panic. Most of the
tourists on the third stage were un
aware of the danger. Police offi
cials dismantled the apparatus
without closing off the tower.
There was as yet no clue to the
person or persons who planted the
explosive in the famous tower in
the heart of Parts built during the
i889 Paris World Exhibition.
The new Incident in the mount
ing pre-election terrorism through
out France came after Air France
officials had ordered stringent

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SPACE PILOT Near-sight-rd
Frank Cackovic throws
jasses from behind new non non-ireakable
ireakable non-ireakable plastic glasses. North
Carolina State's second-string
uarterback says they're just
he thing for seeing receivers.
Eiffel Tower
precautionary measures to guard
against any attempt by Algerian
Nationalists to put explosives
aboard Air France planes. A
spokesman said passengers and
baggage were being checked at all
airfields' in France, North Africa
and several European points.
There were sporadic outbursts
of violence involving police, Mos Moslems,
lems, Moslems, and backers and foes of
Premier Charles de Gaulle in
Paris and other parts of France.
Paris police shot and killed three
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Virginia's Private-Home Schools
OUTWARD TO THE STARS (1) Ancient Man
By Don Oakley and Ralph Lane
Under Test In Charlottesville

Tied In Batting Race

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., Sept. 24 ( UPI) A stopgap system of private school schooling
ing schooling was to get its first test today at Charlottesville, over the integration issue.
Fifteen teachers were to begin teaching about 248 white students from Venable
Elementary School in private homes. It appeared that Negroes, entitled under a Fed Federal
eral Federal court ruling to enroll at two now-idle Charlottesville white schools, would make
no effort to take part in the private program.
Approximately 200 more Venable students have been signed up for private
classes scheduled to begin Friday. But no provision has been made for education of
1000 students at Lane High School, closed along with Venable under a "massive
resistance" state law,
Elsewhere, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People pre prepared
pared prepared action against racial separation on two fronts.
The Arkansas NAACP was expected today to petition a Federal district court to
forbid the leasing of public schoof buildings to private groups as a means of side sidestepping
stepping sidestepping desegregation.

Little Rock voters will express
their opinion Saturday on the

mixed schooling issue, xne cuj
school board already has asked
nistrict Judge John E. Miller if

it can legally lease four closed
schools to a private corporation
lor reopening on a segregated
a-Tn?l vTiasUsinni rharter of the.

NAACP in a strongly-woraeaj The main troubie wjth lessons by

-totompnt, vesterday called i"1 1 television is that you can't talk to

immediate Integration uwu tne teacner. me oesi ming is mai

you uon t nave 10 aress ior ciass

As Johnny Poolman, 16, in the

11th grade, said: "They've got a

Trouble With Television Lessons
Is That You Can t Talk To Teacher

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI)-

k.in cnnis" of that state.

Little Kock School Supt. Vir Vir-ell
ell Vir-ell Blossom said today trans transfers
fers transfers from Little Rock's closed
high schools are "becoming a
.i.nifiianf number.

He reported Central High
anv,nni has lost 102 students,

Hall 174 Horace Mann (Negro)
School, 3, Little Rock Tech 1.
The total of 280 is 70 more than
last Friday.
A total of 3480 students are
.wneH in all of Little Rock s

high schools, so the total of
transfers is approaching 10 per

cent.
Blossom said most oi the
transferred students are living
with relatives and friends and
going to other public schools.
The tuition they pay runs a a-round
round a-round $300 a year, he said.
Eight hundred persons at
tonriPri a. rallv of the seereea'

tionist CaDital Citizens Councl

last, niirht

"Contrary to the opinion of
anyone, I did not come here to
pour oil on troubled waters or to

incite iiH-io vfi Mwn.iiv, v-.w
main speaker, William Gerber,
of Memphis, Tenn., said.
Gerber was chief counsel for
the House subcommittee that
Investigated the results of inte integration
gration integration in the District of Co Columbia.
lumbia. Columbia. He charged integration had
brought nothing but increased
rape, illegitimate children and
assorted other sex crimes to
Washington, DC. schools.
"Almost immediately after
the integration decision, Ike's
grandchildren weTe removed
from public schools and put
into private schools," Gerber
said.
"Nixon said he was proud his

kids went to integrated schools,
but a check showed the school
where Nixon's kids went had
never had a single Negro en enrolled..."
rolled..." enrolled..." Reports spread in Little Rock
that a "taxpayer" is going to file
a suit asking a state court to
prohibit the board of election
commissioners from holding the
Special integration election Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Arkansas Gov. Orval E. Fau Fau-bus
bus Fau-bus believes the .election will
show that Little Rock voters
want the schools reopened seg segregated.
regated. segregated. He has already urged
the school board to lease them
fW operation as private schools
as soon as the election Is over.
Sixty-three Little Rock at

torneys already signed a state statement
ment statement saying Faubus can't op operate
erate operate private schools with
public tax money. This also is
the attitude of the Justice Department.

The school board doesn't want

to be put into the position of
getting in contempt of federal

court.
Racial trouble at the Van Bu Bu-ren,
ren, Bu-ren, Ark., high and junior high
schools apparently Was finished.
Twelve Negroes attended classes
yesterday and white students
did not molest them. Negroes re returned
turned returned to school Monday.
In Baltimore, Md., a Federal
appeals judge rejected the ap

plication of the Norfolk, Va.,
school board for an immediate
stay of a court order to Integrate
its six white high and junior
high schools.
Seventeen Negroes want to
get into the Norfolk schools.
If the Norfolk school board
lets them in, the six schools
will close automatically under
state law, leaving 10,000 chil

dren without school.
Faubus, at the Southern gov

ernors' conference, said he
thinks Federal authorities are
having trouble finding; holes in

his private schools plan.
"I think at the moment they
are having trouble finding a
sound legal basis to oppose our
plan," he said. "Of course, if

they can't find a legal means,
they will use an illegal means,
as they did before."

The Southern governors talked

about little else except integra

tion, bu it was doubted that
they will take any action on the
issue.

The 63 Little Rock attorneys
who signed a statement say saying
ing saying Faubus' private schools
plan is illegal were reported
running into reprisals from
anti-integrationists.
One reported that some of his
colleagues have gotten telephone
calh asking, "how much is the
NAACP paying you?"
Others have lost clients be because
cause because of their stand.
A youth group representing 17
missionary Baptist churches in
Little Rock adopted a resolution
urging support of Faubus in his
effort to keep the schools segregated.

lot of teachers and they give us

the facts. The only bad thing
about it is that I can't ask ques questions."
tions." questions." The Little Rock School Board
is teaching Johnny and 3,480 other
high school students by television
because Gov. Orval E. Faubus

closed their schools in the inte

gration dispute.
Parents almost universally dis

like it. Possibly if's because the

cry has now changed from "John

ny, turn tne TV on ana go 10

studying," to "Johnny, turn the
TV on and get your lessons."
TV lessons in Little Rock last

two hours each for the 10th, 11th
and 12th grades on three commer

cial television stations.
"Thirty minutes on TV seems

longer than an hour does in class,"

Nancee Parker, 17, a senior, said.

With everybody around, an hour

seems to go faster.

I don't like TV because you

can't ask the teacher to repeat

questions you can t understand.

There's one good thing about it

you don't have to dress for class.

Jackie Massie, 14, son of a Ne

gro physician, and Herbie Denton,
14, whose father is a teacher at
Horace Mann school, also miss
personal contact with the teacher.
Jackie's mother gets him up at
4:30 a.m., so he can deliver news newspapers.
papers. newspapers. He returns home by 7
a.m., so he can look at junior
and1 senior lessons, although his
10th grade lessons don't start

until 9 a.m.

Jackie and Herbie are both in
the 10th grade. They look at TV

together.

"I kind of like it because we

jan look in on advanced subjects
we are going to be taking, later

on," Herbie said. "For instance,

I am looking in on trigonometry,
chemistry and biology, which I

won't take until my senior year.

The 15 white teachers in TV
classes have one big trouble

nervousness.

( 1 ) To ancient man the stars must have seemed
Very close.
' As agriculture was learned, the start played an
Important part in his life. Ht recognized their
regular movements with the seasons.
Later, man began to make gods of the Start.
Then he transferred his earthly gods to the
heavens. It was only natural.
(2) The Babylonians, from their temples, were
first-rate observers. (The Tower of Babel was an
observatory- as well as a temple.) They saw that
the planets seemed to move "through" the constel-
rrom this they devised the zodiac and the

pseudo science of astrology. For centuries, the
superstitious man believed heavenly bodies guided
his destiny.
(3) The Greeks early realized that the earth
must be a sphere (Anaximander, about 600 B.C.).
Pythagoras developed the idea further. He
conceived the universe to be made up of layers,
like an onion. Pythagoras had discovered the
mathematics of music. He thought that as the
Moon sphere, Sun sphere, planet spheres, etc.,
revolved about the earth and each other they pro
riuced harmonies the "music of the spheres."
Other Greeks, particularly Hipparchus (e. 150

B.C.), noted the irregular movements of the
planets. They questioned whether they did indeed
revolve about the Earth.

It remained for the great Ptolemy of Egypt, bjt

an extremely complicated system, to put Earth

bacK at tne center of the universe and restore the
harmony of the earlier Greeks.

4) During the Dark Ages, the Arabs preserve

ana added to Ftoiemy's science. Later they trans
m it ted it to Europe. The Ptolemaic, earth-cen
tered concept held sway over men's minds until
the Renaissance. It then died a lingering death.
Next: Copernicus Discovers the World. J

BOAC, PAA Race For First Transatlantic Jet Service

No Needle Needed
For New Flu Cure,

Scientists Report
LONDON (UPI) British medical
scientists today were reoorted
to have developed a new influenza
vaccine which could be sprayed
into the nose and throat instead of
injected by needle.
A spokesman for the National
Institute for Medical Research
said the new vaccine with live
virus was being tested on volun volunteers.
teers. volunteers. The scientists explained it
could be produced much more
quickly and cheaper than vaccines
using dead virus and gets the

same results from smaller doses

WASHINGTON, Sept. 24

(UPI) The government Tues

day officially certified the Boe Boeing
ing Boeing 707 jet transport as airwor airworthy
thy airworthy and ready to start regular
passenger service between New
York and Europe on Oct. 26 as

scheduled.

Boeing President William M.

Allen accepted a certincate oi
airworthiness from Commerce
Secretary Sinclair Weeks at a

ceremony attended by otner gov

ernment and industry oniciais

Weeks hailed the introduction

of a "new era" in air transpor

tation.

Pan American Worm Airways

plans to start regular commer commercial
cial commercial service with the four-engine

707 Oct. 26 on its New York

Paris-Rome route. American Air

lines plans to inaugurate trans

continental 707 flights in J ami

narv.

The British are determined

to beat Pan American in start
Inr transatlantic flights.

Original British plans called
for the state -owned British
Overseas Airways Corp. to open
its let service lust as soon as the

comet IV let airliner becomes

a vnilahlp

So far neither the Boeing 707

now the Comet has been approv
ed bv the New York Port Au

thnritv as auite enough to be

permitted to operate from Idle
wild Alroort.

a Bneinz spokesman said his

firm had received orders for 187
of the 707's from 15 airlines. The
plane started rolling off the
production line in July, 1954, and

has been subjected to xests ever

since.

It is 128 feet long and has a
winir sDread of 130 feet, with an

announced cruising speed of 575

miles an hour at an altitude oi

30,000 to 40,000 feet. It has i
three-man flight crew consist

ing of pilot, co-pilot and flight

engineer.
A dispatch from London to today
day today quoted a De Havilland
Aircraft Co. spokesman as say saying
ing saying the firm was doing every everything
thing everything possible to deliver Comet
jet airliners 4oBOAC "ahead
of Boeing's to Pan-American."
"Our factory at Hatfield is go

ing 24 hours a day," the De Hav-

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BELLA VISTA

Out Of The Siorm Of War. . The Most Chaiienging

Love Story Of Our Time!

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K HIMm. TOl HOW. 30

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Sinatra! Curjis

The FRANK ROSS Production

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From the novel "Kinp Go Forth"? JOE DAVID BROWN Directed by DELMER DAVES
Screenplay by MERLE MILLER Muic by ELMER BERNSTEIN
A ROSSL:rroN ?TWiuction thru unitedIIH ARTISTS

Job For Engineer
Crad To Inspect

Navy Construction

The Navy is looking for a con construction
struction construction inspector.
A position for a civil engineer engineering
ing engineering graduate, who may be a Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian or U.S. citizen, is oppn

in tne otnee ot tne resident om-

cer-in-charge of construction at the

Rodman Naval Mation.
He must be able to read, speak

and write English.
The iob, which carries a GS-7

rating, entails inspecting local na

val activites for maintenance and
repair, preparing reports and es

timates, and inspecting contract

work. Deadline for applications is
Sept. 30.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the

Panama Canal Compan

Balboa

TEMPERATURE:
High
Low
HUMIDITY:
High

Low

88
74

7
58

WIND:
(max. mnh)

RAIN (Inches)

N-10
T

ristobal

84
76

90
80
NE-10
T

WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors)

84

BALBOA TIDES
THURSDAY, SEPT. 25

High
2:03 a.m.
2:22 p.m.

Low
8:10 a.m.
8:31 p.m.

illand spokesman said.
"We are doing everything pos possible
sible possible to get these Comets rolling
out for BOAC ahead of Boeing's
deliveries to Pan-American."
The spokesman refused to
commit himself on any actual
delivery date but admitted
three fully tested Comets

should be available before Not.
I the original date BOAC
planned to start jet services.
BOAC refused to commit it itself.
self. itself. Spokesmen for Pan-American
and Boeing insisted last week
there was no race to be first a a-cross
cross a-cross the Atlantic with Jet air

liners as far as they were con concerned.
cerned. concerned. But the British admitted they

axurt see it tnat way.

INDIANS ARRESTED

4

NEW DELHI, India (UPI),
About 3,700 members of the So
cialist and Communist parties is
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh

British aviation circles insist SBLsHC STS?

Ft,inSh,vPuerSt & flrSt 5Htf!5Sa t"h th.
et in civUian transatlantic serv.; f0od shortage, it was reported
ice if Britain is to salvage any .today,
prestige for its industry.

CENTRAL

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They called him the

STRANGER

WITH A

M'G-M EMNT,
GLENN

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FORD

SHIRLEY

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He had a reputation
to live up to... and a
name to live down!

Shirley MacLaine "Around
The World" star. f.tht's not
red-headed for nothing!

-LESLIE NIELSEN
MICKEY SHAUGHNESSY

EDGAR BUCHANAN- b, WILLIAM BOWERS and JAMES EDWARD GRANT

la CinemaScope and METR'OCOLOR DirwMby GEORGE MARSHALL EDMUND GRAINGER

Comedy-sensation Mick
Shaughnessy ("Don't Go Near
The Water") funnier than everl

MUMI KMC IIS

tied on I Story by
JMKS Umm GRANT

TODAY
LAST DAY! 3:08, 5:05, 7:02, 9.00

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TOMORROW

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U 1 MICHAEL

REDGRAVE,

Jose Ferrer

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Joanne Gilbert Jim Backus
KGena Rowlands
with Bobhy Troup
Screen Play by Rip Van Mxtkef
Woiy by Sir V.n Ronk.l tftd MHt 0. FfMk. W
i cwMMSMpt Directed by Jose Ferrer 1

! Produced by Milo 0. Frank, jr. An M-G-M Picture