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Let the people know the truth end the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
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VM nAM PANAMA, R.P. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1958 T1
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HUSBANDS WHO SEEK
TAX RELIEF REPLY
The roup of Canal Zona husbands who want a fifty
par cant reduction in their United States income tax be because
cause because they have non-US-citizen wivaa, have sent a strong
reply to tha Internal Revenue department in Washington
It which is opposing their claim.
Tha husbands tha majority of whom have Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian wives, claim that tha Canal Zona is a community
property jurisdiction and therefore they should not pay
tax oh their wives' share of their income..
The committee conducting the husbands' fight mat
last night and drafted the following letter to the director
of international Operations of the Internal Revenue, over
the signature of its secretary, George Vieto:
"About the beginning of the
calendar year 11(58, many of the
UiS. citizens employed by the
U. S. Governmest in the Canal
Zone, who are married to non nonresident
resident nonresident aliens, discovered Rev Revenue
enue Revenue Ruling 56-269 which was
Guilty Of Theft;
2 Fined, 1 Jailed
Throe nenel gone employes
who appeared before Judge
John E. Deming at Balboa Mag Magistrates
istrates Magistrates court yesterday for
.f..un twn mmmissarv items
were fined $25 each and one nian
4iAri fnr m davs as well.
The lulled man was Rupert
Emanuel Melbourne, 32 Costa
Rican who was concerned in the
theft of both itemsa pressure
cooker from La Boca Comrois Comrois-gary
gary Comrois-gary and a mixette from Balboa
sion employe was-found to be
v.. fctniei items in nis
"."i?. hi meafft rtilty.
The other two men, hoth com commissary
missary commissary employes were Wilfred
Ti.h Bawvers 24, Panamanian
and George Adolphus Pascal 3-,
Panamanian. They both pleaded
1 A OP? JoH 0ew
i Health B"reau
Ten of the 23 positions open m
the Canal vrganiza ion are wan
the Health Bureau, according to
the transfer-vacancy bulletin ol
the Personnel Bureau.
aid, clerk stenographer bilingual
clerk, clinical soml worker head
dietitian, occupational tbeW,
physical therapist, staff nurse,
S public health nurse. The ujs
two openings iot me
tion. .:' .... mnnA
Other vacancies S-TT
and steel carman with the Rail Railroad
road Railroad Division; civil engineer wilb
the Engineeqng .Division loco locomotive
motive locomotive engineer with the Railroad
Division; file clerk with the Ad Administrative
ministrative Administrative Branch; guard wiUi
the Locks Division; marine mach machinist
inist machinist with tht Dredging Division;
machinist with the Locks Division;
tviwwrUer renarman with the in industrial
dustrial industrial Division; substitute win window
dow window clerk with the Postal Division
wireman with the Locks Division;
wireman with the Electrical Di Division;
vision; Division; and two clerk typist posi positions
tions positions with the Navigation Divis.on.
Biq New Destroyer
USS Hull Stops
Here On Cruise
Modern Navy destroyer
Hull, newesi and largest u. K ceremony at Indiantown Gap Mi Mi-shin
shin Mi-shin in its class1, left Rodman utary Reservation, Pennsylvania.
Naval Station this morning after i
a twn-dav visit.
The sleek, 2850 ton destroyer,
commanded by Navy Cdr. Jierbert
H. Ries, is making its "shake -down"
trial test cruise. Its next
stop is Callao, Peru,
i A guest observer on the 419
foot-long ship is John R. Newell,
pres'de"t a the Hull's bu''"'ers,
the Bath Iron Works Corp., Bath,
balden WoodrOW Wagner 23. U.
t. Army, was fined $10 by Judge
John E. Deming at Balboa Magis Magistrates
trates Magistrates Court today for driving a
car on Gaillard Highway with de
fective brakes, He is said to
nave bumped another car which
stopped in front of him.
Pred Leonard Such 41, Cana Canadian,
dian, Canadian, was fined $5 today for op
erating a car with defective
issued by the Internal
"Under this ruling the serv service
ice service held that a non-resident
alien wife's share of the com community
munity community income derived from
the performance of personal
services by the husband for
the U.S. Government in a for foreign
eign foreign country does not lose Its
identity in her hands as in
come irom sources wit
united States and
be subject to federal
"Since the Canal Zo
established a commun
perty jurisdiction by
sress of the U.S. (Title
tion 140 of the Canal Zone Code),
many of the above U.S. citizens
iuea tneir 1957 income tax re returns,
turns, returns, as well as amended re returns
turns returns for 1954, 1955 and 19S6.
"A public meeting was held
in the Canal Zone to discuss
and formulate a defense for our
claim. At this meeting a mutual
aia organization was for
was elected Chairman, a;
a committee or tour cit:
tne community, to:pc
fflb Committee has
edjine to inform you tin
not accent iba-iaail8
division that "The existing com
mintmy property laws of the
Canal Zone do not give the wife
a present vested Interest in the
community property." without
service from legal counsel.
"We are contacting a com competent
petent competent law firm for legal ad ad-vice
vice ad-vice on this matter. Upon re receipt
ceipt receipt of their reply, we will
advise you of the section con contemplated
templated contemplated by the eroup.
"You may consider this an
appeal ta your findings,
"It is requested that all claim claimants
ants claimants in the Canal Zone be ner-
mitted to postpone acceptance
of your finding in this matter
until legal advice has been re received."
ceived." received." The committee recommends
that those members who are
claiming the Canal Zone as their
residence, and have received a
negative answer to their returns,
cut out and forward the above
anpeal with their indorsement
of approval and request for same
.extension. In most cases the an
lowers from the Internal
Service contain a self-addresed
envelope to be used, by the
ol. Wiiv Cets
Leoion Of Merit
Col. Norman H. Wiley. Army
Medical Corps (Ret ), according to
a release m the Sent. 20 ed'tion
of the Army-Navy-AIR Force Jour-
of Merit (First oak leaf cluster)
from Maj. Gen. H. J. V a n d r
Heide. commanding general, XX
U.S. Corps (Reserve).
Wiley was superintendent of
Gorgas Hospital until June 2, 1958.
Mm. Wilev and their daughter
Valarie. were also nresenl for the
Wf'ey, now r"-fjei irCc of
the Samuel G. Dixon Stafe Hospi
ui at south Mountain, Pa., was
honored for "exceptionally merit meritorious
orious meritorious conduct in the performance
of outstanding services," while he
was on active duty.
Still More Dynamite
Found In Chiriqui
The continuation of the search
for other arms caches by the Na
tional Guard yesterday yielded 14
sticks of dynamite found burie l
in the patio of Dr. Juan B. Mora Morales'
les' Morales' home in David, Chiriqui.
Morales, a dentist, has been the
object of a widespread search,
since police uncovered a small ar
senal of weapons and ammunition
oa a Chiriqui farm owned by for former
mer former Assemblyman David Anguizo Anguizo-ls.
ls. Anguizo-ls. No new arrests have been made
in connection with the finding of
the weapons and the discovery o
a plot to take the Chiriqui and
Veraguas police headourters bv
assault, blow up key bridges and
create public disorders in Panama
it we dol
To Talk Peace
NEW YORK, Sept. 2 (UPI)
Secretary of State John Pos Poster
ter Poster Dulles put the question of
war or peace in the Par East
squarely up to the Communists
The United States, he said, is
ready to negotiate a settlement
with Communist China in the
At the same time, her warned
U.S. forces may be used more
actively if the Communists step
up their attacks on Quemoy and
other' off-shore islands.
"Although the United States
is not prepared to retreat in
the face of armed force, our
position is otherwise flexible,"
Dulles said In a speech before
the Far-East American Coun Council
cil Council of Commerce and Industry.
The council is a non-profit as association
sociation association of businessmen deal dealing
ing dealing with Asia.
Washington diplomats were
divided over whether Dulles was
softening the U.S. position in
the Crisis or standing pat. Both
possibilities found some support.
"We are prepared," said
Dulles, "in accord with our
United Nations charter obliga obligation,
tion, obligation, to settle the dispute 'by
peaseful means in such a
manner that international
would "find acceptable any ar arrangement
rangement arrangement which, on the one
band, did not involve surrender
to force or the threat of force,
and, on the other hand, eliml
nated from the situation tea
tures that could reasonably be
regarded as provocative,''
Chinese Reds Say
TOKYO, Sept. 26 (UPI) -Communist
China claimed today its
air force units and anti craft ar artillery
tillery artillery damaged three Nationalist
The New China Agency said one
oft he planes was a Sabre fighter.
It was one of four that came oyer
the Changpu area in Fukien prov province
ince province to carry out "harrassing ac activities,"
tivities," activities," it said.
The other two were V-46 trans transport
port transport planes. They were damaged
by anti-aircraft artillery when
over Quemoy to drop supplies, the
New China Agency said.
Saw A Blonde,
Didn't A Fender
Thurston Donald Brown, Jr. will
absolutely ignore shapely
blondes in future if they hao hao-pen
pen hao-pen to be wiggling down the
sidewalk when he is driving his
He has resolved not to let any anythingsuch
thingsuch anythingsuch as blondes distract
hi attention henceforth.
. He made this resolution yes
terday in the split second that
he turned his eyes from the
blonde to the ear in front and
found tint it had stopped sud
denly and he hwtfn't yet.
His motorcycle crashed into
the back of the cfr driven by
Raymond Wallace, 31, on Roose
velt Avenue. t
Brown and his passenger
James Joseph Reynolds both re
ceived minor lnluries for which
they were treated at Gorgas
hospital. The motorcyle was not
damaged but there was slight
damage to the back Of the car.
They were riding in a line of
traffic at the time of the acci accident.
dent. accident. '. i
Storm Warnings Out As
CHARLESTON) S.C., Seat. 26 .of Charles'on. It was moving to-'ton, N.C., starling this afternoon.
(UPI) Twin hurricanes with 'ward the northwes at 15 mph. "Storm tides and high seas will
winds of 100 and US mph roared Hurricane Ma was far to the flood coastal lands. .psriicular .psriicular-through
through .psriicular-through the Atlantic today and i south but its winds were up to ly from Charleston to Cape Fe to
the residents on the Georgia-South 115 miles an hour compared to a height of four to six feet above
Caroline seacoast were warned to 1 100 for Helene. levels reached by normal tides
leave immediately for safety in "Safety precautions (for Helene) .for this date," the weather bureau
Hurricane Helene, eighth tropi-
cal storm jf the year, caused the
Store immediate alarm. At 11 1 Dangerous winds and high tides ous high tides should begin by
a.m. it wss boiling through the I are expected to sweep an area early this evening and are exnect exnect-Atlantic
Atlantic exnect-Atlantic only 200 miles southeast from Beaufort, S.C., to Wihning- ed at the latest by 10 p.m."
Firmer H. Sheibley Dies,
Was taxey s Army' Vet
Firmer H. Scheibley. former
clerk of the U.S District Court
and a veteran of "Coxey's Ar Army"
my" Army" of 1894 died today at his
home in Panama City.
Mr. Sheibley was one of the
oldest Americans on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus and had probably lived
here longer than almost any
who was born in the United
States. He would have been
83 years of age on Nov. 29.
Born in South Whitley, Ind
Mr. Sheibley was orphaned at
the aged of three. Under the
guardianship of various pro protectors
tectors protectors appointed by the courts,
he grew up in several Indiana
towns and later attended the
Norman institute at Valparaiso.
In 1893. the year of the first
World's Fair, the Colombian
Exposition, he went to Chi Chicago
cago Chicago where he worked for a
Water Street cheese company
as a stenographer.
In 1884, he Joined the Ran Randall
dall Randall contingent of the Coxey
Army at Chicago, and left
with this unit in the spring
of that year for its historic
march on Washington, D C.
Several years ago, In an in interview
terview interview on his early life, Mr.
Sheibley wrote M Ws, aarly ex
"On leaving Chicago, I was
connected wittt the staff of
Gen. Randall. At Hobart, Ind..
I was court martlaled by the
panies, in my aDstnce, on,
around tHat I waff ranroao.
spy, attached t the army for
the purpose of breaking It up,
and drummed out of camp.
"As proof of the rawness of
the deal, I was immediately
reinstated by Randall, and as assigned
signed assigned to company A, and con continued
tinued continued on with the march to
Washington, where we arrived
in July of 1894.
"At Ft. Wayne, Ind., where
our army was campea at tne
fair grounds, my brother at
South Whitley sent one of my
relatives to see me ana per persuade
suade persuade me to leave to army ac account
count account of my age, 18, but to no
avail, I was too mucn or a
rover. Remained in Washington
City with the army, out in the
suburbs, about two weeks.
"Then I left the army and
walked to Atlantic City, where
I joined the Coxey contingent
of General Brown.
"After remaining in Atlatinc
Citl about a week, enjoying
that sea side resort I decided to
beat my way to New York City
bv train, which I did, arriving
there the latter part of August.
"This trip with the Coxey
Army was one of the most
eventful years of my life. I
only came across one man on
the Canal Zone, or in Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, that had been connect connected
ed connected with that Army, and he
was Condy Boyle, an employe
of the Panama Canal, who
died some years ago.
"After reaching New York
City in late August, 1894 an
getting myself togged up in a
new suit of clothes, I obtained
a Job as stenographer with a
publishing house on William
Street, where I remained until
July 20, 1898. During my con connection
nection connection with this house I did
reporting work for their paper.
"The Painters' Magazine' cover
ing monthly trade meeting and
annual state conventions.
"In July, 1896, the Pacific
Mall Steamship Co., with head
offices on Wall Street, offered
a position as stenographer at
their Panama Agency, which
I accepted. This was an Amer American
ican American company, operating at that
time steamers between Panama
and San Francisco, and San
Francisco and the Orient.
"I remained with that com company
pany company at their Panama agency
for ten years, and rose to the
position of Chief clerk.
In 1908, I took a position
i with the Isthmian Canal
Commission, in the Judicial
Department, as a Spanish
interpreter. My duties eon
should be started immediately andjsaid. "In some local are tides
completed by sunset," the wea- may be even higher.
ther bureau warned,
Hr inill I
& Wk B
r life Jm B
kBBvk ili l
FIRMER H. SHEIBLE1T
sisted of Interpreting, court
reporting, and acting as Clerk
of Court during the absence
of the regular clerks.
l was appointed Cleric of the
U.S. District Court for the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone on Aug. 12, 1925, to
replace EM. Goolsby, who had
died. Oct. 1, 1933, I was retired
on account of physical disabili disability
ty disability after 27 1-2 years of Pan Pan-am
am Pan-am aCa.nai servicJ.'
in Mr,-in Sheih
mmmjxmi m& keeping
busy with Spanish transla translations
tions translations and notarial work. Some
years ago, he took a Spanish
examination in Panama City
and received a qualification
as an official Interpreter
whose work would be accepted
by the courts.
In 1921, after passing a writ-
.ten examination, he was admit admitted
ted admitted to the Bar of the Canal
Zone which later voted him a
life membership. V
He was admitted to the Bar
of the Republic of Panama, an
action taken by the Supreme
He had also been admitted to
the practice of law before the
U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
for the 5th Circuit, at New Or Orleans.
leans. Orleans. Mr. Sheibley was not only
well known among Isthmian
old timers but was also a fa familiar
miliar familiar figure around the present-day
District Courthouse In
Ancon. Frequently, when an
interesting case was scheduled,
he would drop into the court courtroom
room courtroom and sit among other at attorneys
torneys attorneys and officials who hap happened
pened happened to be observing proceed proceedings.
ings. proceedings. He Is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Thyra O. Sheibley, a sister,
and brother in law Mr. and Mrs.
Huberto Osorio; a sister in law,
Mrs. Bmiline Mr Henry, and by
the following nieces and neph nephews:
ews: nephews: Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Oso Osorio,
rio, Osorio, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Attla;
Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Naar.
A memorial service was to be
held at 3 pm. today at the fam family
ily family residence 17, 37th Street,
near Cuba Avenue, in Panama
Cremation will be on Monday
followed by interment at Coro Coro-zal
zal Coro-zal at 10 a.m.
At Rio Hato Area
And At JWTC
Hunting restrictions will be in
effect in two areas during Oc October
tober October due to training require requirements
ments requirements according to Headquar
ters, UJS. Army Caribbean.
During tne penoa OCt. I
through 4, hunting will not be,
permitted In the Rio Hato train
ing area. Hunting will be ban banned
ned banned in the Jungle Warfare
Training Center training aret
from Oct. 1 through 31.
,1. k i '
ce his retiremen
ley tiad been livint
Twin Hurricanes Roar To Atlantic Coast
1 "Destructive winds and danger-
Found At AWOL
Gl s RP Hideout
'A missing .30 caliber carbine
was recovered late vesterdav by
U.S. Army authorities.
A second intensive search of a
house in the HolWwood shanty
town area, where Recruit Howard
D. Castoe, 19, had been appre apprehended
hended apprehended earlier in the day, reveal
ed the hiding place of the weapon.
Castoe had been absent without
leave from his unit, A Battery,
4th Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery.
Fort Davis, from Sept. 16 until
yesterday. The carbine had also
been missing from the battery for
the same perios.
Military Police announced the re recovery
covery recovery of the weapon about 7 p.m.
Blasts Off Today
In Launch Attempt
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Sept.
26 (UPI) The Navy's seventh
Vanguard bias ed off today in an
attempt to place in orbit a 20 20-inch
inch 20-inch saMii l J" -e
giving the world the latest wea wea-ather
ather wea-ather forecast including advance
The Navy in Washington an
nounced that all three stages of
rT7-.t.-i j ...n., Tk.
ine rwnei mi sucsmuuj. c
4yavy saia "iesi range instruments
cate that each .of. the. tnree
The slender rocket the same
Vanguard mat barely escaped di disaster
saster disaster 10 days ago after a false
start was given only a one in
four chance of putting its delicate-ly-instrumenteo
baby moon in or
Navy missile men, longing for this af ernopn, to explain their
success after five failure!1 in six objections to the amendments re re-Vanguard
Vanguard re-Vanguard launchings, began an commended by the Minister of
anxious wait for word on how Education.
their temperamental "bird" be However, EducaMon Minister
Hoi Rod Racer Kills
Wife Who Feared
He Would Be Hurt
IFSWICH, Mass. (UPI) A
leather jacketed hot rod racnr
allegedly confessed today that he
killed his wife because she ieare:
he would iniure himself in a race.
Police said George H. Frost, 19,
admitted slaying his wife, Alice,
19, burying her and hen telling
authorities she nad "d'anner.
edj"- Frost led police to the well well-hidmm
hidmm well-hidmm graveK
Police Capt Frank Stackpole
said the hammer slaying climaxed
an argument over whether Frost
could drive friend's hot rod car
in a race next Saturday.
Mrs. Frost was afraid her hus husband
band husband might get hurt while racing
the car, police said.
Frost, charged with murder 'in
Ipswich district court, said he was
"sorry" police said. JThe couple
had two children, Roger, 2, and
George, seven months old.
The killing took place Sunday
afternoon after Frost and his wife
had stopped Iheir car to argue,
Sgt. Joseph Arcisz said. Frost
drove the car off the road into
deep, isolated woods.
"He told us he tnok a hammer
from the car and beat her head
in," Arcisz said.
"Frost had a shovel in the car
and used it to dig a grave and
bury his wife. The grave was
about three feet deep and we
found Mrs. Frost's body lying face
,iwn tho himni ln ton nf hpr
After the killing, Frost drove on
to Hudson. N.H. to the hot rod
race he had originally planned to
watch with hi wife. "Then he re reported
ported reported his wife missing," Arcisz
The hurricane's maximum Inten Intensity
sity Intensity was expected about midnlgh'
near Charleston, a big shipping
Persons living In the warning
srea were urged to "evacuate im immediately
mediately immediately before rising water cuts
"This is an emergency warning
repeat emergency warning," the
weather bureau said.
Southestern Red Cross headquar
ters rushed ten disaster end field
In Panama On Eve
Of Assembly Meet
Panama City teachers toddy seem solidly behind a
48-hour work stoppage called by the Panama chapter of
the Professors Association.
The work stoppage was called after an emergency
meeting last night to protest administrotion-propotei
amendmenrs to the "Organic Education Law," whicfiS
teachers contend endangers their stability in their jobs).
These amendments were passed in a first reading
yesterday by the Permanent Legislative Committee of the
Meanwhile, Panama City high school students began
a two-day strike today which was called yesterday by the
Panama Students Federation (FEP). 7
The students' strike is scheduled to end Tuesday
morning since there are no classes tomorrow and Sun-
tEXSSiZ? mt' IF KMM
The strike called by the students i t..-b I
.""v !"" B iuuiu or
nriva p schnn iHirian Ua
the teachers' work stonna? will 1
the proposed changes In the i 1
lW governing OueiWon. IWlX?" ffl
student strike is also lirMtd
.1 l. I .
issue totally unrelated V the
The teachers were preparing a
I manifesto, to be issued some time
I Carlos A. Sucre told reporters to
day that the proposed changes
"reaffirmed 'he principles of
stability and promotions" among
teachers and administrative edu education
cation education pcsonnel.
Sucre said the amendments
were aimed at removina the
constitutional aspects of the edu edu-ca'lon
ca'lon edu-ca'lon law which tied the hands
of the executive power as far
as rcmov-ls. tnu appoinmen.s
The teachers on the other hand
have branded the amendmefts as
pttf..-fp' fijfvtnl an'' rgrripd
them as some sort of "punirh "punirh-ment"
ment" "punirh-ment" being handed out to (he
'lift Wins Custody
Of 10-vear-0!d Son
From Former Wife
HOLT,YWOOD, Sent. 26 (UPD
Film Producer Sid Luft, husband
of actress Judy Garland, has own
custody of h's 10-year-old- son,
Johnny, from his former wife,
actress Lynn Ban.
Superior Judge Wallace L. Ware
said yesterday he felt it was in the
boy's best interest for Luft to take
Johnny out of a boarding school
and take him home.
Angry sobs from Miss Ban
disturbed the courtroom when
Ware announced his decision.
"I'm not going to accept it (the
ruling)." she cried. "l can't."
Miss Bari, divorced from Luft
eight years asjo, and since remar
ried to Dr. Nathan Rickles of Be Beverly
verly Beverly Hills said she had placed
Johnny in the Chaawics acnooi ai
Pacific Palisades three and a
half years ago because he had
horn failing in nublic school.
She denied Luft'i claim that his
former wfe had not always seen
Johnny when she had e chance on
"I don't believe the school exists
that is as well-calculated to take
care of- a child as the home of
either parent 24 hours day,"
Judge Ware said.
staff workers into strstegic Geor
aia and South Carolina points. E-
vacuation centers will be set up
along the coast. They sre ready
to go into North Carolina on a
moment's notice If the storm di-
Information gathered in a series
of 27 hurricane preparation con conferences
ferences conferences were put to use by the
P Art frncc
rivll lWen.se headauarters o
mobilized manpower and
n a. 4.1- tat
1 1 "n Iae
" a u-
field of edu-
mere wit n I.ji.i-
SffVy y ttudentt MM
"'" ,!"tr ,Wd spread
II wfwiw sprees o
re scheduled to held n
emergency meeting tonight to
dieses the situation.
Other points broueht up byt he
elude: t0 jUStify their rike 1
A labor court decision on an an an-''l?
''l? an-''l? the Hotel El PanS.
ma Hilton in a ease presented by
hotel s employes union.
AllRd non-compliance by the
Pvernm.r; certain previsC,
which j'"P ?'""
which ended the student disor disorders
ders disorders last May.
A supposition that the govern
ment is considering the suspension
of civil liberties.
The arming of administration
f"ons aga'nSt StUdents
The student resolution
nuested all students to
home during the strike
vent armed irresponsible elements
of the governm-nt. like th Na National
tional National Guard, from atain m..
crin studrnts and Htinc ,'-
eral coder the guise of rmmZ
Employes In Grow
Put On PC Payroll
Include 5 Returnees
School teachers made tip the)
majority of employes who loin loin-ed
ed loin-ed the Canal organization dtir
ing the first two weeks in Sep September,
tember, September, according to nn an
nouncement at the Personnel
All of the 23 teachers are from
the United States. Two are for former
mer former employes. They are Donald
J. Conner, of Jersey City, New
Jersey, elementary school teach
er at Oamboa; and Vera M. Per Perry,
ry, Perry, of Oreensburg, Indiana, jun junior
ior junior high school teacher at Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Employes hired locally and
their Jobs are: Mellda M. Bem Bem-benek,
benek, Bem-benek, of David, clerk in the
Health Bureau; Doris J. Csurr, of
Merrimac. Ky., recreation assis assistant
tant assistant with the Division of
Schools; Monzell E. Huckabay,
of Carnegie, okla., automotive
machinist In the Motor Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Division; and MMH
ret M. King, of Dallas. Texas,
clerk-stenographer in the Ad Administrative
ministrative Administrative Branch.
Employes, hired locally, who
worked previously for the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization are Janet M,
Arirue, of Phoenixvllle, Fa., clerh
with the Industrial Division
Joan V. Corliss, of Ancon, timet
leave and payroll clerk with the
Comptroller's Office: and Alt'
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THE MAIL BOX
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
By VICTOR RIISIL
One of Jim Hoffa's intimate busi business
ness business associates not too long ago
pleaged that Uie leamsters chiei
would deposit a certified cneck for
oen million, dollars 01 union iunus
in a Florida bank trom which they
were seeking big loans for a pri
vate laiiu ueveiupiueiii project.
The oher, accor -i,iu io ..e-l
but virtually unnoticed records of
the AKneilau u..uiu.., ,...
made by a "Col." Henry Lower to
the president of the Florida Na National
tional National Bank at Orlando. Lower and
Hoffa have been partners in this
real estate adventure known as
Sun Valley, near Titusville, Fla.
When Lower made the million
dollar offer in 1956, he also assured
the bank presiaeni tnat hona was
Riin, and no let up! Dea.h tolls on the highwsy and in the aira fjne fellow to uo business with
T V i iniinn t ru man. riilHfS
I remember when P an Amerit-n started service they would
tie ud as much as two days on account of weather conditions.
"rhe world is still in a mess and we don't know whether Russia
will let us live another day or not. .
Segregation is in the limelight in Arkansas and a few other
gpotr, but they don't get anywhere and will finally have to take their
mMTh"eRo.d Board met in Austin last week and decided to spend
a little less than a billion on roads In the next 16 years. And I re remember
member remember when there was hardly that much in the world. Guess I am
8tt A8friend0lm" California wants to know how long I have been
writing. And I had to figure it up. Came to 85 years.
Bought some of all the special three-cent atamps I could find
and a sheet of ones to keep me busy for some time to come.
The high water backed up in town yesterday and closed sev several
eral several streets. Medina Lake ran over the dam for the second time
tiuVTenr, and the third time in its 50 years of existence.
What 1 can't get someone to read me from the Panama Ame American,
rican, American, Corinne Hmkle keeps me posted with. Wish 1 could have been
with them when their mother-and father were down on a visit.
Another try next week.
As an ex-dalrvman and a long time Canal Zone resident 1
iporeciatM Leonard G. Hale's well written and well thought out
letter (Mail Box, Sept. 21). However, I as a father of four ow owing
ing owing children who are drinking milk every dav would appreciate
having Hale answer a few pertinent questions that were inad inadvertently
vertently inadvertently left out of his article.
Why didn't his company correct the situation of the con contaminated
taminated contaminated water supplv at the five farms supplying it with milk
Immediately, instead of letting It go on for years as he stated
and until the Army cut off the comDany as a milk-supplier?
Why was this unsanitarv condition not corrected by the
Armv or the Panama Canal inspectors that Hale says are con constantly
stantly constantly on the Job?
It anoears to me, and according to Hale's own article, that
the condition has been in effect a long time, but that the com companv
panv companv did nothing about it until the Army got tough with it?
CouM money have been a factor?
I am sure that a man in Hale's position realizes the serious seriousness
ness seriousness of contaminated water supply in conjunction with a dairy
. -K ni.nt oneration? Cows usually have to be
opeirtwui T 1 . a
M.V.H- nrt HO AO bUCKCM. Coolers
tatawnlails and severe intestinal discs
ladders, hands etc. water
.. . ... .j .. Intestinal disease; tnat are
SSSmST before, ft would appear that Hale and hi,
mpanvrAs those lnsotctors. Tvt been takln a lot of chanc chanc-S
S chanc-S -ith the health of the eWgfra. 5
t would like to nuote two ex&rpt from local papers. The
-n.Zi American Sept 18 1958: "Dr. Alberto Calvo, acting
beof cases of tuberculosis has increased in an alarming fornv
El Dla, Sept. 19. 1958: "Public Health authorities In V
becoming alarmed over the tuberculosis cases in tee Jb"c.t
How In respect to the above quotes. Hale will admit that
cows can and do carry tuberculosis and that clean herds are an
essential in producing good ouality milk. I would il JtoHjle
to tell me if it is true or not that Dr. Estevez and Mr. Chiari
have an outbreak of tuberculosis in their herds at present, and
tv,. m nnf Hnla'. r.omnanv's largest suppliers?
If the answer to thesa auestlons is yes. it miht explain
Hale's statement to the effect that an Army inspector is kept
In his Dlant in Aguadulce and one in his plant In Panama.
I don't mean that his companv would wilfully let any bad
milk to by, but with so much involved it has to be extra care careful
ful careful Where I come from its two main suppliers right now would
be out of business until they were running clean neras.
t ,1,1 .i.n tike to ask Hale if he hasn't had a lot of trou
no fault of th comTOny'si nd th.i n
WPPy Z'Z S WT ihat anrof these questions are
asked ia put him in. a hadugnt,
his honest answers to mem. nt aiiSc., ...
ly before . lth ln hi com
I wni S"tV and recommend
that the rest of the canai employes uu .v
I believe that when -Hindi Worker" write. about Panama's
V": ..j w...! v.. .honld think a little more De
- 1 mi i 1 M a
Stents Nuchas thaim of Panama', -request for the
k. Ly5T S.S LX' 2 a Canal Com-
w XVlinni YVUIKC1 B1IUUIU av i v vv a. a j 11
any is not a charitable Institution He does not hold hls lob
fust because the company wants to help him Th panCanal is
1 business corporation, lust like so many other U.S and Pan Pan-Jmanian
Jmanian Pan-Jmanian corporations operating ln Panama. Like these other
aMnna the nanal must show a profit. This goes to tne
TT S TVdktt tilfTT
I Last year' the Panama Canal Companv reported a net op op-.
. op-. it f ctnnnnnn na "Mlndl Worker" know of any
Jpanamanlan corporation making that much money except tne
Vuerza y Luz. wnlch is u.B.-ownea t
Jack and the Beanstalk
"Mlndl worker" holds his lob at Mindi because the Panama
.n.-.i rnmnonw needs his services. Panama Canal employes
u. .rmintu imi Av the Canal ceases to need them
IrThlaappened to 4000 Local Raters In 1951. the year William
tlewman of the General Accounting Office in Washington was
r . .. .iuii Panama Canal
4ent flown to oirrci un cuinuiranuun ui wo
J When the local-rate unions and Panama's minister of for
affaira moria ranresentfttlons to the Canal Zone author!
Jtlet on behalf of the lobless 4000. U.S.-rate union leaders and
onlans in general told them to try to develop Panama's own
Economic resources, so that more Jobs would he available in the
Republic. "It is Panama's problem, not ours," they said of the
j Seven years later, when the leaders of Panama's dairy in industry
dustry industry take a sten at carrying out thl 7,onln advice, we find
the Zoniana awitchlng their position. While thev still may want
Panama to deyelon its own economy, they don't want to coop cooperate
erate cooperate ln any way in any such oroject.
v T agree that Panama Could not right today offer the same
standards of service and ouality that the best U.S. businesses
ffr. But. businesswise. Panama Is serving its apprenticeship.
rary apprentice needs to be given the ooportunity to develop
his skill. The ouality of U.S. products stems from many ap ap-brantlce
brantlce ap-brantlce years of experiment and investigation, trial and error,
anama should be given equal opportunity to serve its own ap ap-prenticeship.
prenticeship. ap-prenticeship. t
Tti Venaruela 40 000 TTB. citteeng haye adapted themselves
local conditions. Thev eat Venezuelan meat, drink Venerue-
- tan milk, and indeed do all their buying In that country. Yet
the Investment of U.S. capital in Venezuela by these private
firms for which the 40.000 Americans work Is about four times
that of the U.S. government's ln vestment In the Panama Canal
because nc soon would be presi
dent of the International Brother
hood of Teamsters.
That eon venation was held
long before Hoffa actually was
elected. Part of tne deal vent
through. Hoffa deposited a half
a million dollars of his wtiirm
local unions funds in tha Florida
bank in an interest-free check checking
ing checking account.
Shortly, the Orlando bank did
lend the Lower-Hoffa Sun Valley
homes-in-the-sun-for Team :-
project a half million do."Vs.
There was no ordinary coll ii
The bank simply advanced the mo
ney to Hoffa's partner on that
partner's signature and the pro
mise that Hoffa s Detroit Local U
nion 299 would always keep an
account in the bank equal to tin
amount whicn Sun Vallev owed
the Orlando financial institution.
When the McClellan Committee
chief counsel, Robert Kennedy, ask
ed this Florida bank for a state
ment on "this unsual practice of
miking big loans without usual
collateral, the bank's vie-president
stated that they accepted a "mo
ral assignment of various contracts
for deeds made between Sun Va
lley and purchasers."
Jim Hoffa has made good on
the promise. Hoffa's word was Snu
Valley's bond. His local union had
$400,000 still in interest-free de deposits
posits deposits in the bank at the close
of banking hours on Wednesday,
Sept. 17. At the usual industrial
interest rates Hoffa's union could
have earned well over $50,000 in
stead of covering his private real
estate project for notning these
past few years. Rut S"i "iiiay
may not have paid off for Hoffa,
either. McClellan Commi. 'f prob
ers reported that the project is
We don't know yet whether Hof
fa did well on the deal, but it's
certain that a lot of well-meaning
folk, eager to retire into the sun
They bought their rainbow's
end whan word was passed in
Detroit that "Jimmie was inter inter-stod."
stod." inter-stod." Ono of thorn was a news newsboy
boy newsboy who put hit nickels into a
pioco of God's oarth for his mo mother.
ther. mother. Girls wor'tino in t! Tim.
star offices bought properly.
S50 payments down and throw
$10 a month into the nr'. Look
at time figures $2.51 week
out of a Teamster's pocket.
And why not? The Sun Valley
salesmen pictured the development
as a golden old ace haven beau
tifully located, fully improved with
roads and sewerage systems and
with inxr",n:ive hornec e--"v rms.
tructed. There were few improve
In fact, the purchasers did not
actually get title to their lots. They
were to wait until hun vallev s
owners paid off the first mortage.
Onlv then could they rea'l" tvin
building homes, because only then
would they own the land on whicp
th "havens eniiH ft---1.
When some inquired about the
cost of houses, they lesrne'l that
it would require upward of $15,-
000 to put one up. This i! far out
of the oriee ranee that he nows nows-boy,
boy, nows-boy, the girls and the Teamsters
If Vallaw i, ,-'-
clarod bankrupt, the property re reverts
verts reverts to the mortgages- -aiv. tha
invostors will lose mucn or all.
of what tKsy put in.
But Hoffa's partner. Col. Lower,
hasn't suffered. Committee, testi
mony states that Lower spent more
of the Sun Valley lons on ro
cream shops and real estate in
Detroit. The hank loin was in'Tl in'Tl-ed
ed in'Tl-ed for Sun Valley improvements.
Committee investigator" reckon
that Lower put at least $84,000 into
these Detroit ventures.
Lower really threw caution to
fi iiv"1 ni'ce when ti" t",J
friend that he was new living i
better than "the boss Jimmie Hof
fa." Lower began driving a 57
Cadillac and moved into inlo a
$35,000 home. In all, for orte rea reason
son reason or another, Lower drew a to
tal of $235,000 from Sun Valley
and several Michigan Teamster lo locals,
cals, locals, including Hoffa's.
There was a lot of long green
mar'o out of Sun V?Mev b"t not
by the union'i members. They'll
have to wait for their place in the
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Walter Winchell InNcw York
MAN ABOUT TOWN
The Ava Gardner Walter Chiari
'thing" was poisoneu, stauoeu,
shot and flung out the window.
His new romance is Elsa James,
American ballerina, who stayed in
Europe after twirling at the Brus Brussels
sels Brussels Fair ...George Sanders, who
will wed Ronald Coiman s wiuoa
(Benita Hume s brought to A A-merica
merica A-merica for his first film by Ron
aid Colmah... They whisper that
Frank Sinatra's sotto voce date is
Jeanne Carmen in the uncolyum'd
places. La Carmen broke up the
Lana Turner-Lex Barker merger...
Mrs. Les Paul (Mary Ford), the
recording "star, is at Flower 5th
Ave. hospital... Joan Collins is re reported
ported reported blinking her lashes at TV
emcee Mervyn Griffin ... Cugat's
latest gift for Abbe Lane vis a lav lavender
ender lavender jmarble bathtub plus gold
fishhead .spigots. At $2,300 import
from Rome. .The "real" reason
Eddie Fisher and Liz Taylor ship shipwrecked
wrecked shipwrecked Debbie will shock the pub public.
lic. public. Tne Internatios: Big scandal
in England invoves Lord Teyn Teyn-ham,
ham, Teyn-ham, 62. His crime: Posing in the
nude with a young girl aboard his
yacht. His posts include: Deputy
Speaker of the House of Lords;
Lieutenant of the City of London.
m'Lord!... Mrs. Edmund (Alycia)
Purdom flew to Rome yesterday
to ask the star for her freedom...
Rex Harrison will stay with "Fair
Lady" and pay the British tax
dpt $65,000. ..It!s a baby Boy for
recording star Caterina Valente
(Mrs. Erik van Arcos) in Munich
...Vic Mature and his long time
British fiancee (Jo Urwick) dyna
mited their .merger-plans ... Janet
Bryce (American) is the only girl
ever invited to be a weekend guest
of the Duke of Kent and his mater.
She'd be a rich catch. Her daily
income is ereater than most men
Look Editors say they stopped
the presses long enough on the un un-coming
coming un-coming Liz Taylor story to insert
a few Eddie Fisher mentions. ..The
smart set and show-biz pros are
still ravine about t.isa K'rk's re
markable Persian Room premiere. 12 years
Cheers, bravos, loud applause and Gras show at the Hotel Lucerne
whistling. Her best act... Society
chanteuse Lys Lonng resumes htr
career now that she's a free wom woman
an woman again.. .Liz Renay, who crash"
ed the headlines via Mickey Co
hen and the Anastasia muruer
case, has the leading lady role in
"Film Flam." She plays the Jill
friend of the gangster and the
cop!. ..Mrs. Walter Kerr, wife oi
the Trib critic, expects her 5th ba
by in Jan...Keefe Brasselle's form
(Miami Beacn) is the owy gul
suow in town. In its ttbt week...
It'a, a girl .lor the uay uiaz s oi
mutual Network ...Jane Froman,
the star (after almost 3u opera
lions), is back at Drs. Hosp... Me Memo
mo Memo from Lloyd Shearer ot far far-aue:
aue: far-aue: "when 1 interviewed Ingrid
Bergman in Europe tms summer
she specifically mentioned that
you were one of the few colum
nists who was 'decent and under
er wife Norma is melting from standing in my time of crisis'. So
Mike Stewart. Don t invite sultrviiere
singer Mg Myles and starlet Bob
bie Byrnes to the same party. A
night club comic caused the chemistry.
Rodgers and Hammerslein re refused
fused refused to sell tickets, to Prince Rai
nier and His Grace for their "Flow
er Drum Song" first-night. They
want the audience to watch the
snow.. Irene Aeiiy auraiiej .manyTh 'liiXAJffifffi' .t
ladies but the one who gets hi nXSSTS. ZSJEWZ?
Boston Red Sox star Ted Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' long kisstanee calls are u u-sually
sually u-sually to sTV actress Russell Lee,
kin of the famed, rebel General.
They met months, ago in Boston
at a benefit perl.. .Grace Kelly's
lookalike, actress Lois O'Brien
mm nes going w be a r add
daffy is dancer Tybee Afra... Rob
ert Walker, Jr., son of the late
movie star, and film bit plaver 01 01-ga
ga 01-ga Martin are a cute teenage
romance. Both are 17 . .Former
Ziegfeldoll Agnes Franey hit an another
other another oil well on her Oklahoma
property ...Jay Norman, leading
dancer in "Ballets U.S.A.." fox foxtrots
trots foxtrots after curtain time with con concern)
cern) concern) pianist Jeapme Franz ...One
of the Fawcett editors, recogniz recognizing
ing recognizing the caricature of himself (in
the new best-seller "The Best of
Evervthin?"), is incensed. He will
sue if repeated on the screen ...
Ad exec C. Thomnson and Barba Barbara
ra Barbara Evans let it die after onlv '2
months. ..The Don Taylor Mona
Freeman tete-a-tetes are getting
steadier... Betty Bridges, the mod model,
el, model, captured wealthy fun-boy Wm.
von Herbst. Married a week ago.
Andy Williams, bachelor-star, h
fallen hard for blonde son?-w "i
er Estere Birns. He smalltowii.
mystical charm has Andy begging
her to let h;m be the Dadv for
her 3 tots... Young actress Barba Barbara
ra Barbara Schuman eloped with Al Stew Stewart,
art, Stewart, ex-Benny Goodman trumpet trumpeter...
er... trumpeter... M'cke" Fonev's mcr and his
wife (the Red Doffs) narted after
Diosa Costello s Mardi
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4th of .Inly Are. ft "H" It
Tea. Santa la he!.
Start savin your -'ieta
for our Xmai drawing.
MarV Pickett (she DortravS Mrs
FDR with skill) will marry film'
actor James Congdon next month
...It's a doll for the John Coles.
Pop's prez of Guildz TV Films ...
Jack Dempsey's dgntr Joan (Mrs.
Dennis ()' Flaherty) has a new ba baby
by baby girl. Making the champ a Dad Dad-dypaw
dypaw Dad-dypaw for the 5th time all girls
...Ex-G-Man P. M. McCormack
(now Ass't D.A. in Queens Coun County)
ty) County) and Margaret Byrne unite Oct.
11th. ..Agriculture Secy Benson can cancelled
celled cancelled out on Ruth Hagy's TV press
confab because Ike asked caoinet
members to "stand by" over the
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Editor Sterling Noel was grant
ed a divorce from actress Kathy
O'Brien in Baltimore July 26tn. Al
leged desertion ... Chicki James
landed a role in a movie Jack Har
ris will make for Paramount re release
lease release in Penn:.. Puppy Love Dept:
Robin Howe, dghtr of femmedian
Jean Carroll, and James Marsh,
son of the Spindletop landlord ...
Susan Johnson, one of the "Whoop
Up" leads, and her saddened hus husband
band husband are experimenting in separ
ate tepees. ..Danny Kaye's share of
his Me and the uionel mm win
make the tax man $750,000 weal wealthier.
thier. wealthier. ..The way the Bookies are
cleaning up you'd think it was le legal..
gal.. legal.. .The Chardas crowd say Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Steele once Wed to Joan
Crawford's husband) will marry
Bob Kerdasha, ex-tennis chi)np ...
The 20 second monsoon scene in
"World of Suzie Wong" cost $20.-
000 ... Latest don't invite to any
dy candidates: Comic Alan
g ana sam i-evenson.
Mrs. Barry Sullivan's torch is
the tallest since learning that Lin
da Stone is "minding the store ...
Mrs. Dan Dailey's barristers wir
ed the star to be there and face
her music. No $$$ involved. Her
family has $$...The Fred Clarks
(Benay Venuta) assure intimates
"we are working out' our differ
ences "...Zsa Zsa now uses that
chinchilla (Trujillo gave her) as a
prop in her night club act... Copa
star Toni Anion stopped what al almost
most almost became a fierce hair-nulling
bout.. A femme patron accused a
show-girl of sending thought-waves
out over the lights to her table-es
cort... The Belmont Park bun
that Jules Fink won a baby mint
is bunk. He wagered $60 on a 70
to 1 shot winning $4,200, not 40Gs
...ponce officials are cnecKing in
little N i me r boy's possible motnt
for slaying his parents. They have:
a tin that Mrs. Nimer was his
stepmother and that earlier that
day (after the -boy flew into a
rage) Mrs. Nimer. allegedly spank spanked:
ed: spanked: "I'm glad you're not mine"
...Staten Island police are convinc convinced
ed convinced the boy did it, but want the pub public
lic public to feel they are exploring all
BEGINS FLEET BUILDUP
SYDNEY. Australia (UPI) -Britain,
strengthening its naval
forces in the Far East, plans to
have two aircraft carriers, four
escort destrovers. and six frigates
in the area. First Lord of the Ad Admiralty
miralty Admiralty Lord Selkirk said yester-
WASHINGTON A musical dra drama
ma drama called "The Crowning Exper Experience"
ience" Experience" played for four months re recently
cently recently at the Tower Theater in
The cast was integrated; so were
the audiences, totaling more than
40,000 people, who wtinessed the
perf romances. Yet there "wasn't a
single "incident" inside or outside
Police were struck not so much
by the orderliness as by the frien
liness of the throngs of white and
colored spectators. A newspaper newspaperman
man newspaperman said, "this is what the Com Communists
munists Communists boasted never cpuld hap happen
pen happen in the south" Commented U
S Sen Herman Talmadge of Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, "amazing"
However, behind what ahappen ahappen-ed
ed ahappen-ed in Georgia is an even more
amazing story of how dedicated
people from all walks oi life are
organizing to find a solution to a
problem that our political leaders
have been unable to resolve the
exnlosive challege of Little Rock
The movement is called Moral
f i v ..
Its formula is human understand
inw, nothing else
But its impact is being felt all
over the world, particularly in the
t ar East where Communist pro
pagandists denounce the movement
with almost the same vehemence
tney give to American "imperial
Moral Rearment rel'es chiefly
on the drama to foster good will
between all races and rehgious.
Its pulpit is the stage -?
The play, "The Crowning Ex
perience, censures negroes as
well as white people for racial
Nonetheless, it drew the great greatest
est greatest audience in Washington histo
ry 80.000 people during an inte
grated run at the National Thea
ter here, following the Atlanta per
Among the spectators were Se
cretarv of Arrieujti",e Ezra Ben Benson,
son, Benson, House GOP leader Joseph
Martin, Democratic Rep. John
Blatmk of Minnesota, and numc
rous other members of Coneress
Martin was so imnressed bv the
play that he drove back the next
evening with several colleagues
who wished to see it.
Even such a confirmed segrega
tionist as Gov. Orval Faubus of
Arkansas has shown an interest in
the "human understanding" crus
I'aubus was present at a Little
nock showng of a Moral Rear Rearmament
mament Rearmament film called "Freedom"
about the racial striiegle m Afn
ca. Later he was asked for his
oninion of it bv Raimnhan Gan
dhi, 23-year-6ld grandson of Mahat-
ma Gandhi, India s famed pas
sive resistance leaner.
"This film, exemplifies the only
soirit thai Will Save mankind." re
plied Faubus. "I im grateful that
it has cbme'from Africa."
Note Moral, Rearmament lead leaders
ers leaders would like to see the Gover:
nor's enthusiasm backed up with
Some of the sprightliest read'ng
material about Congress is pro produced
duced produced in a modest office near the
Capitol, with little more in the
way of working equipment than
a typewriter, a pipe and a pair
of smoked glasses.
Behind the pipe and glasses is
a studious young man who might
be mistaken for an O.S.S. agent
or a Hollywood director, and who
answers to the name of Sid Yu
Yudain is the editor of Roll Call,
the weekly tabloid that reports the
"oersonal side" of life on Capitol
Hill. This is an ambitious endea endeavor,
vor, endeavor, embracing homely Items about
Congressmen and their families,
secretarial chitchat, etc., plus all
the gossip that's- fit to print.
Yudain doesn't do it all by
himwlef. In fact, Roll Call has the
most distinguished collection of
uyunes oi any newspaper in tha
All 531 members of the HnM
and Senate ore "ranm-tara nm
t0ueUon the:r secieraxies'.
What s more, everyone worka
for nothing, including vnriain
supports himself with sideline
chores for Ren. Albert unr.nn
Star reporter of 1 hp col un ia
Vice-president Richard. Nixon A.
frequent contributor, Nixon recent
ly wrote an obituary piece on the
ueaw oi rete Provencal, his door doorkeeper.
keeper. doorkeeper. ;
Another contributor i n,n..
tic Sen. Lyndon Johnsonof Texas.
nnen Johnson was hospital'zed
following a heart attack two
years ago, he wrote an exclusive
story for Roll Call that was wide wide-ly
ly wide-ly reprinted.
Roll Call has had other scoops.
It was the first to report the spec
tacular holdup of former Rep. Don
Sf.?w?rth of Michigan on Capitol
Hill three years ago and the more
recent search for the "lot" key to
ilowever, Yudilin concentrates
r le-fy. (S-II"fIB,Iy" "ms about
Capital Hill people weddings,
births, social affairs, retirement!
and so on.
Ca!U bo8ts circulation of
8,300 copies, including such diverse
non-Congressional subscribers as
General Motors, the Koppers Co.
of Pittsburgh, the mayor of Casa
Grande, Arizona, and the Soviet
There are no tax problems, for
the tabloid hasn't shown a profit
4n three years of publicationHow publicationHowever,
ever, publicationHowever, with an increase in advertis advertis-".
". advertis-". Yudain hopes to get on the
Mjck side of the ledger this year.
Editor Yudain, a 35-year-old ba bachelor
chelor bachelor from-New Canaa, Conn.,
says one of the nicest complimeats
his paper has received was un unintentional,
intentional, unintentional, during a hearing hy
the Senate anti-racketeering com committee
mittee committee just before adjournment.
Sen. Karl Mundt of Sjuth Dakota
whipered to a committee clerk,
Dorothy Frey, to get him a copy
of "yesterday's roll call."
Miss Frey returned in a few
minutes with the latest Roll Call,
published the day before, but
Mundt shook his. head impatiently,.
"I didn't want a newspaper," be
said. "I wanted yesterday's roll
call on our bill in the Senate."
A private appTmiriatiofl Bill for
$1,600 piloted through Cohgress bf
Rep. Peter Rodino of New Jersey
is worth millions in terms oi
friendly U. S. relations With Italy.
The $1,600 will enable Mr. and Sir..
Carmen Scoppettuolo bf Bellevillj),
N. J. to travel to Europe to s&
the grave of their soldier son, who
was killed is World War II. Tha
Scoppetuolos spent the'r life sav savings
ings savings of $1,540 in a fru Hess search
for the grave two years ago. .
When Dr. Bernard Braskamp, po
pular Chaplain of the House,
coaches freshman Congressmen on
their speeches, he passes on this
advice received from a Michigan
University teacher 50 years atro:
"To be immortal, the message
need not be eternal.". .Veteran
Ren. Mike Kirwan of Ohio is still
living up to a Merry -Go-Round ao ao-ppaisal
ppaisal ao-ppaisal 21 years aeo, when he was
chosen as one of thh 100 utstanding
freshman. House members. Drew
Pearson commented at the time:
"Kirwan is always on hand when
the going is rough.". .Walker
Reuther is more concerned tlan
he is letting on about a revolt
of skilled craftsmen in his United
Auto Wqrkers union. The -craft
unionists, ld the International So Society
ciety Society of Skilled Trades, are de-,
manding separate representation
from industrial workers in the au auto
to auto industry. ,,
modern simplicity in
Superb design hy mo
dern masters, in the
matchless beauty of
sterling. Any one would
be the perfect dream of
a wedding gift.
Buying at Casa Fastlich
means', you can win $'.d
diamond on Dec. 21
Across the Chase Manhattan Bank
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 195S
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AS INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THE FOUR MAJOR FAITHS
CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AS
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION
1870 1890 1910 1930 1950
1880 1900 t920 1940 1957
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lMLjrmmm Methodist church..
mWkv0S Southern Baptist Convention ...
War Veteran Admits
He Might Have
Killed His 4 Kids
Notional Baptist Convention, U.SA., Inc
United Presbyterian Church, in U.SA.-.
Protestant Episcopal Church
National Baptist Convention of America...
(27 denominations) 20,000,000
(22 denominations) 12,059,400
(19 denominations) 7,529,773
(10 denominations) 4,043,052
r CHURCHES IN AMERICA Over 104 million Americans
! n estimated 1 pet cent of the population were listed as
members of churches and synagogues in 1957. So reports the
National Council ot Churches, an Interfaith organization em embracing
bracing embracing 33 constituent communions, in its latest Yearbook of
American Churches. This percentage is the second highest on
' record (82 per cent in 1958) and nearly double that at the turn
the century. Chart above shows tome of the figures com
piled by the council's Bureau of Research and Survey, covering
255 church bodies' in this country. Okie difficulty in assembling
membership figures is the fact that churches use different1
methods of counting, some including all baptized infants and
others only those who have sought and attained membership.'
.i.f i jot, win c cic wvicama ju 0wm j i l
School enrollment, contributions and new church construe tionid
the latter at an all-time high of 868 million dollars.
10-Year-Old Girl I s Competent
Housekeeper When Left By Parents
ATLANTA (UPI) To all the
kind people who have been dis disturbed
turbed disturbed about the plight of little
Sally: Please donTt worry. The
situation is certainly grim, but
it's not quite as bad as Sally
made it sound this week.
Atlanta police officer J.J. Morns
went to a three-room apartment
in response to a neighbor's call
and found Sally, 10, dusting the
rooms and caring for five brothers
and sisters ranging in age from
eight months to seven years.
Sally told the officer that her
mother had been in the hospital
far three weeks, had just had an
operation Wednesday, that her
unemployed father had disap disappeared
peared disappeared when the mother left, and
that she was left in sole charge
of the youngsters.
She saM" she and two other
elder children1 had been going to
school end neighbors had cared
for the other three during those
heri ,wa noflse(
bat Sally optimistically expected
neighbors to bring some in, as
they had been doing. The children
Irere all clean. .
Sally was heart-broken when
when Officer Morris explained
that he would have to take the
five older children to he juvenile
home and the baby to the county
A local police reporter read the
officer's report. It was carried in
the paper and repercussions start started.
ed. started. Readers wanted to know more
about the case, and they wanted
Sally, bright brown eyed
Youngster who looks as Helen
Hayes must have looked at 10,
seems to have the same flair for
Kindly, experienced questioning
ty Mrs. W.B. Sasnett of the Juve Juvenile
nile Juvenile Home brought out that, bad
things were, they were not
Sally's mother went to the hos hospital
pital hospital only Wednesday. She left the
children with their father. The
landlord, a neighbor, promised to
look in occasionally. The father, a
truck line employe who had been
out if work most of the time
lately, Was to be paid Thursday
for a temporary job he had done.
Neighbors had been bringing in
food, but until Wednesday, Sally's
mother war there. When the land
lord dropped by, tne tamer was
not in and the landlord immedi
ately called police. Sally appar
ently had been in cnarge oniy we
But the children, all bright and
well-behaved, were still at the
Juvenile Home- Mrs. Sasnett said
Sally had indeed done a good job
of caring for them, although she
had not done so as long as she
said she had.
Still in the hospital, the mother
was not aware her children had
left home. Mrs. Sasnett had not
been able to determine if the
father had returned or whether he
was frantically trying to find the
"A grandmother In nearby town
had a message waiting for her
upon her return from work.
Sally was just as smiling and
happy in the juvenile shelteivShe
watched her others and sisters
solicitously and said when she
grows up she wants a lot of
children of her own,
John Davie Merwin
Sworn A $ Governor
Of Virgin Islands
CHAStLOTTE AMALIE, V. I.
(UPI) John Davie Merwin was
inaugurated yesterday as the first
native born governor of the Virgin
Islands. At 37 he became the
youngest man to fill that office.
Virgin Islands governors are ap appointed
pointed appointed by file president of the
United Slates and confirmed by
A lawyer by profession, Merwin
had served as government secre secretary
tary secretary of the islands for almost a
year.' Previously, he practiced law
Merwin succeeded Walter A
Gordon, of California, who earlier
this week was sworn in as judge
of the U S. Distinct Court of the
Virgin Islands. Gordon's first of official
ficial official act as judge wae to admin administer
ister administer the oath of office to Merwin.
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"KINGS GO FORTH"
Bella Vista's Current Release. Has
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A tender love Story with the unusual theme of an Inter-racial
conflict, "KINGS GO FORTH," a United AtfEil
release, opened Wednesday at the Bella Vista Theatre.
Starring- Frank Sinatra, Tony Curtis and Natalie Wood,
aa the three principals involved, the picture which tell of
two men who fall in love with a girl who is half NegTO, is
In no sense a sermon, but a warm moving story of two
men and a girl; one man enuinely In lore, the ether in
eat for what he can get, and the girl unfortunately is un unable
able unable to distinguish between true love and "a good line."
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GRAND RAPIDS. Mich. (UPI)
A 43-year-old World War II
veteran who faces murder cnarg
ea today for shotgunning four
Of his live children said "I got
shot up in the war and my
nerves act up.
"I must have done It. I'm
vague." Orland McMillan stam
mered to police during question
ing that followed discovery of
the four bodies Tuesday night
in his filth-strewn Sparta, Mich.,
farmhouse. A fifth child, Orland
Jr., 8, was found wounded by a
blow on the head by a gunstock.
I could only take so much."
McMillan told police. "They are
better off dead than living with
Edith," his estranged wife who
had sued him for separate main
McMillan was to be charged
with assault with intent to kill
his 36-year-old wife and the
shotgun slaying of Ronald Wil William,
liam, William, 7; Bonnie Jane, 6; Rich Richard,
ard, Richard, 22 months, and Michele
Yvonne, 10 months.
The unemployed factory work
er. who has done odd jobs since
being laid off from a Sparta
firm in April 1957, was under
constant guard, being checked
by sheriff's deputies every five
In a Grand Rapids hospital
Mrs. McMillan, her head gashed
and her neck injured by her
husband's attempts to strangle
her, lay in state of shock.
Orland Jr., sole surviving child
of the five who lay sleeping in
their beds when McMillan grab
bed three shotguns and began
llrmg stirred When reporters en
tered his hospital room Wednes
His head bandaged after be
ing treated for a skull fracture
the little boy toyed with a Jig
Orland Jr. eaid his father
asked, "Are you dead, boy?" aft after
er after missing him with a charge
from one of the shotguns. He
said he "played dead" and then
his father hit him in the head
7 -Man Western Band
From Albrook Base
Plays At Gorgas
A Western band from Albrook
Air Force Base entertained the
ward patients of Gorgas Hospital
Arrangements for the band were
made by Mrs. Britts Dunn, direc director
tor director of file Carib Lounge. Albrook
AFB with the Red Cross Director
The following men are members
of the band: S-Sgt. Juan Vela,
S-Sgt. Bill Cannon, S-Sgt. Paul
A. Brown, A-3C Franz J. Koehling
A-2C Hank Hunter, A-2C Jerry
Mayhew, and A-1C Jim Tusing.
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SUMMER'S SAILING BY Summertime is framed by a life preserver off the west
coast of Sweden. The sailboat is gliding over water at islands near Gothenburg.
.LONG ARMS OF THE LAW Out-of-uniform London policemen look as if they
are hauling someone to safety, but they are members of a tug-of-war team. Their
coach, Sgt. C. Monk (right), spurs them on. They are hauling up a heavy bucket
from the ruins of a blitzed building. Famed St. Paul's cathedral is in background.
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i'eapicker, a 975-pound Hereford that was guest of honor at a dinner in San
Francisco. The big steer, along with Donna Katzl, is promoting a cattle movie.
A GIRL SET APART This isn't a case for homicide,
but just two workmen carrying plaster models into
a show a"t Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto.
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"birdie" is a blackbird that made its nest On a, set of
clubs in home in Monifieth, Scotland. Golfer -had to
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FIRE POLE CAT Sam, the mascot of fire station Sijc
in Long Beach, Calif., slides down the" pole during
a dull while firemen (from left) Bob Jessup, Jim
Anderson and Walt Miller admire his technique.
IT HAS BEEN 46 YEARS since anyone in the United States could visit a "new"
state. That was back in 1912 when Arizona became the 48th state. Now that
Alaska is becoming the "newest" state in the Union, eyes and inquiries are di directed
rected directed toward Alaska governmental agencies and chambers of commerce in better-known
towns. It's a happy state of affairs for Alaskans who haven't heard
from the "folks back home" for ages. The full impact of Alaska travel hasn't
been felt, but more off-season visitors will trek to the north this fall and winter.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1958
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY
Mack, Whiteside Indictment Charges
Conspiracy In Award Of TV Channel
WASHINGTON (UPI) A fed federal
eral federal grand jury yesterday indie .ed
former Federal Communications
Commissioner Richard A. Mack
and his Florida friend, Thurman
A. Whiteside, on charges of con conspiring
spiring conspiring to influence award of Mi Miami
ami Miami TV Channel 10 to National
Mack, who resigned under fire
March 3, was accused among
other things of selling his vote in
the case for "sums of money and
other things of value'1 given him
by Whiteside, a Miami attorney.
Whiteside was accused of corrupt corrupting
ing corrupting Mack.
The two men were indicted on
two counts each of a three-count
indictment. If convicted on both
counts, they each face a
maximum sentence of 10 years in
prison and a $15,000 fine.
In Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Mack
called the charges "ridiculous."
He said he was "not worried
about it" and that "the whole
thing just makes me feel a iit'le
sad." Whiteside said his inno innocence
cence innocence would be proven at bis
itics" for his trouble.
The indictment stemmed from
hearings by the House influence
Sunday Services at the Calvary
Baptist Church will be at 11 a.m.
in the morning and at 7:30 p.m.
During the morning service, the,
officers and members of the
. ... 1 1- rf: .u
ers, and students of the cnurcn
School in observance of Promo Promotion
tion Promotion Day, an annuale vent in the
life of the Church.
Plans have already been com completed
pleted completed to have the Cherub and
Hits X10 Missile
At Cape Canaveral
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (UPI)
The n all on s top interceptor
rocket found and theoretically de destroyed
stroyed destroyed another missile traveling
at 1,000 mfles an hour Wednesday,
A new long-range Bomarc inter interceptor
ceptor interceptor fired and conrolled remote remotely
ly remotely from Kingston-.-J. Y., sought
out an XlO research Venlcle 75
miles away over the Atlantic. The
Air Force said the XlO was "blast "blasted
ed "blasted from the sky" in grading the
Earlier versions of the Boeing Boeing-made
made Boeing-made Bomarc have successfully
intercepted World W?r Two B17
bombers flying weaving courses.
But the XlO interception was the
ton feat in fte field.
Tt apparently marked the second
time a U. S. missile has inter inter-cerd
cerd inter-cerd successfully a target flyine
faster than sound. Last Aug. 12
tvp Army ued "a Navy-developed
Talos anti-aircra suided missile
to intercept a Kingfisher target
missile in New Mexico. The Talos
has been dropped as a land-based
The Bomarc darted away from
the remote controlled XlO at the
Ipst possible second to save the
swept-wing target vehie'e for fu future
ture future tests. But the Air Force said
the Bomarc could hive been fi'ted
with a nuclear warhead and "the
invading missile would have been
It was the fifth time the Bo Bomarc
marc Bomarc has been sent u aofter a
target by the SAGE system.
SAGE which stands for Semi-Au-tomatic
Ground Environment Con Controluses
troluses Controluses radar and giant elec electronic
tronic electronic computers to detect enemy
bombers or missiles adn fire toe
Pope Hay Announce
Consistory To Name
15 New Cardinals
ROME (UPI) Pope Piua XII
may call a consistory for this
winter to name 15 new cardinals
ii me international situation is
sufficiently calm at the time, vat
icn sources said today.
The reports were prompted by
raie appointment of Archbishop Al
bert G. Meyer of Milwaukee to
replace the late Samuel Cardinal
Mritch as archbishop of Chicago.
Archbishop Meyer, at 55 the
youngest archbishop in the United
States would be one of at least
four Americans likely to be con-
siaerea for the cardinalte.
Although similar speculation
about a consistory over the past
two years proved premature, a
high, Vatican souce said this time
it might turn out to be solid.
The decision rests solelv with
the Pope and even his closest
aides were not likely to be in informed
formed informed far in advance. But there
was a de.lnite feeling a consistory
flight come sor'eume oeiweeu
December and February.
Cardinal Stritch's death four
months ago reduced the number
of cardinals to 55. The normal
complement is 70. There now are
only three American cardinals
Archbishops Francis Spellman of
New York, Edward Mooney of De Detroit
troit Detroit and James Mclntyre of Los
Besides Archbishop Meyer,
others considered likely American
candidate were Archbishops
Richard J, Gushing of Boston,
John J. O'Hara of Philadelphia
and Josenh K. Hitter of at. Louii.
investigating subcommittee, which
recently has been looking inn
award of Channel 4 in Pittsburgh.
Chairman Oreri Harris (D-Ark.i
said the same grand jury that in
dieted Mack and Whueside is in
vesagating the Pittsburgh case.
. The FCC awarded Miami Chan
nel 10 to Public Service Television
Inc., a subsidiary of National
Airlines, in February, 1957, despitt
an FCC examiner's recommends
tion that it be given to anothei
applicant, Station WKAT.
During the House subcommittee
hearings, Mack was accused of
"pledging" his vote to National
Airlines in return for "loans" and
other favors from Whiteside, bis
long time friend. Whiteside was
working on behalf of National Air
lines but was not actually em
ployed by them.
Mack at first refused to resign
from the FCC, but finally did so
stfU insisting he had done no
wrong. There were widespread re reports
ports reports at the time that his resigna
tion was demanded by Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential Aide Sherman Adams, who
bowed out himself Monday as the
result of another investigation by
the House subcommittee.
The grand jury indicted Mack
Youth Choirs supply the appropri
ate musical selections throughout
the morning service, with lhe
teachers or the Church school as assisting
sisting assisting the pastor with the service.
Durine the Sunday School period,
9:30 and 10:45 a.m., students will
be promoted to their new classes,
and will meet their new teachers
for the new scohol year.
During the morning service,
which will be held in the Sanctu
ary, students, will receive their cer
tificates of promotion from the
Rev. Louis M Sealey, Sunday
School superintendent B. Robinson
will present the class to minist minister,
er, minister, teachers and officers of the
Sunday School will be recognized
and cited for faithful and devoted
Parents, whose children are in
attendance at our Church School,
are especially invited to attend
this annual service.
The Rev. Sealey will preach on
"Your Duty and Your Ideal" at
the 11 a.m. service; and on "Some
thing of Which You Can Be Sure"
at the 7:30 p.m. service.
Woman, Asks Her
for Child As Bail
nLrra BRANCH. Miss. Setit.
2o (UPI) A magistrate denies
he was serious when tie asKea a
woman to leave one of her three
children as security in a traffic
Magistrate Paul Berryhill said
nf Mrs PhilHn T Smith's eharee:
"t was onlv devlline her. I've
got children of my own. I don't
need any more.'
Tn.st.eaH he took and event
ually sold, the spare tire from
Mrs. Smith's car, he saw.
Mrs. Smith was stopped while
returning to her home in Mem Memphis
phis Memphis with her three small chil children.
dren. children. She didn't have her driv driver's
er's driver's license and didn't have $15
to Dost bond.
She said Berryhill asked her
if she had anything of value to
leiivfi with him. Hp said he ask
ed her to leave one of the chil
dren and then suggested leaving
a wrist watch. Finally she gave
him the snare tire.
She couldn't find her driver's
license when she srot home and
it took 10 days to get a dupli duplicate.
cate. duplicate. Meanwhile, Berryhill had
sold the tire she valued at sj.
"Sure I sold that tire," Berry Berry-hiu
hiu Berry-hiu nnid "t told her T was Eolne
to sell it unless she came back.
She said she would be back that
Last '58 Dance
rinh A H i in ira started issuing
invitations yesterday for its last
fund-raising activity ot me year:
a "Hallow'en Hop" on Oct. 18 at
the Balneario Bannn in Juan Diaz.
The Willie Mor "uper" orches orchestra
tra orchestra which nla- r the dub's
jam-packed anni tary dance at
tne strangers ;iuo iasi Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, is also scheduled to play for
the Oct. 18 dance from 9 p.m. to
Plans are being made to assure
continous transportation to and
from the Balneario Balboa.
Pnnini nf the r nh a anniversary
yearbook, which are being sold to
help augment Aitamira s scnoiar scnoiar-ship
ship scnoiar-ship fund, are still available from
all club member.
DEER JUST A HEIFER
LONDON (UPI) -. The "Chi
nese water deer" petted by thou
sands of visitors to die Sandown
Zoo on the Isle of Wight was just
a Jersey heifer, a zoo official ad admitted
mitted admitted today. But keeper Ron Ronald
ald Ronald Bateman denied there was
any attempt to fool the public. He
said the deer kept escaping and
white it was being penned else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, the heifer was allowed to
use the deer's run for grazing.
and Whiteside under a federal
aw which makes it a crime for
persons or corporations to do any any-ning
ning any-ning "with the intention to inilu inilu-snce
snce inilu-snce government personnel to aid
n commuting or to collude in
i aud. by accepting money or
But Mack, a Democrat appoint appointed
ed appointed to the FCC by President Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, and Whiteside were ac accused
cused accused of Criminal conspiracy. The
drst count of the indictment
chargeo them with "conspiring to
influence, obstruct and impede
.he administration of the law
under which the FCC was conduci conducing
ng conducing a proceeding."
The grand jury said the conspir conspiracy
acy conspiracy was in. ended to "defraud the
United Sta.es of the right to have
.he affairs'" ot the FcO auu i .e
actions of Mack, as a commis commissioner,
sioner, commissioner, "free from Dias ana im improper
proper improper influence."
The second count accused White Whiteside
side Whiteside of "corruptly influencing"
Mack at a time when Whitesiue
knew the FCC was considering the
Miami TV ease. The third count
charged that Mack accepted
money and other favors in return
for his vote for National Airlines.
Some of the indeictment's specif
ic charges were based on inci incidents
dents incidents brought out in the congres congressional
sional congressional investigation.
It accused Whiteside of chanel chanel-ling
ling chanel-ling "financial inducements" to
Mack by turning over to him an
interest in the Siembler Shelden
Insurance Agency, a Miami cor corporation.
poration. corporation. Whiteside told the House
subcommittee that the, firm paid
Mack $13,000 in commissions.
The indictment said entries
were made in the firm's books
alleging that Mack actually earned
the payments when such was not
actually the case.
The indictment also said that
Whiteside turned over to Mack all
of the stock of Andar, Inc.. a hold holding
ing holding company far a now defuncc
Coral Gables cab company.
Whiteside further was accused
of obtaining a loan for Mack from
a bank of which Whiteside was a
director and stockholder. The in indictment
dictment indictment said the loan went to
Mack but that Whiteside repaid it.
The indictment charged that in
return for such loans and grat gratuities
uities gratuities Mack was to vote far the
National Airlines subsidiary "with "without
out "without regards to the merits" of any
of the applications for Channel 10.
For the Best
in news and entertainment
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON
ALL NEW! ALL-OUT ADVENTURE...
THE LONE RANGER AND THE
LOST CITY OF GOLD"
GREAT RELEASE AT THE "DRIVE-IN" THEATRE,
TOMORROW AND SUNDAY
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That stalwart adventurer
Lone Ranger," rides out once again to bring justice in the
land of guns and broncos, this time to a band of Indiana
who are being victimized by some outlaws in search of
gold. The picture, "THE LONE RANGER AND THE LOST
fflpT OF GOLD," a United Artists pre release next THURS THURSDAY
DAY THURSDAY at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre, marks "The Lone
Ranger's" twenty-fifth year in the field of entertainment
(It was in 1933 that the cry of "Hi -Ho Silver" that became
famous throughout the land) and it is a fitting Iribute in indeed,
deed, indeed, for this Is his grandest adventure.
Filmed in Eastman Color and directed by veteran ad adventure
venture adventure film director, Lesley Selander, the picture take
Clayton Moore as "The Lone Ranger," and Jay Silverheels,
as his sidekick, Ton to. on the roughest, toaghest, gun-roaring
adventure of their turbulent quarter-century careers.
Others In the cast, all of whom turn in fine portrayals of
heroes, villains (and a viMalness), include Douglas Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, Charles Watts, Noreen Nash. Lis Montell, Ralph
moony ana rvorman rrearir.
Newsman's Face Cut
By Thugs In Ambush
On Chicago Street
CHICAGO (UPI) Police today
promised an all out effort to
find two men who ambushed and
slashed the face of a Chicago
Daily News reporter investigating
the pornographic picture racket.
Reporter Miller Davis, 37, who
has been accompanying police on
a recent series of raids against
pornography peddlers, was treated
by police and at a hospital.
Miller said his assailants, de described
scribed described as tall and dark com com-plexioned,
plexioned, com-plexioned, dragged hint Hnto a
doorway and slashed his face with
a straight razor.
"Now look at yourself in the
mirror," Miller said one- of the
thugs shouted as they fled.
The reporter said he was lured
into the trap Wednesday when a
nian identifying himself as a park
district policeman telephoned and
invited Mm to come on a raid
that night against the smut ring.
M'ller, who is gathering infor information
mation information on the raket, agreed to
meet his caller on a corner.
While waiting, Miller said, two
men in a cardrove ujrana asaea
him for his identity.- With lightn
ing speed, one of the men pulled
Miller's coat over his shoulders to
pin his arms and dragged him to
a doorway. The second man at attacked
tacked attacked him with the razor.
A passerby noticed the bleeding
reporter and called no'ice. Au Authorities
thorities Authorities said they had planned no
BEES ON SALE
LONDON (UPI) A shop
today put o sale an exotic
delicacy for British gourmets
seasoned bumblebees ''guaranteed
stingless." The price was 70 cents
for a ZVi ounce can.
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ALL ALQNE imagine New York's eight million people
evacuated to escape the fall-out from a deadly gas bomb. There
are only three people left in the deserted city, seen in the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming film "The World, the Flesh and the Devil." Harry Bela Bela-fonte,
fonte, Bela-fonte, one of them, is seen plodding up an empty Fifth Avenue
all hjs possessions in a child's little wagon. How to film the
movie to show teeming New York empty and devoid of traffic'
Director Randy MacDougall did it. How? "With patience," he
says. P.S. He also had some help from civic authorities.'
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Social and Ott
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BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT IS CABLED
TO FRIENDS ON ISTHMUS
Announcement was made on the Isthmus this week of the
birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hugh Beeson, for formerly
merly formerly of Panama City and now of Bronxville, N.Y. The baby,
their first child, has been named Catherine Jo.
The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Beeson of Pan Panama
ama Panama City and Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Emile George Paulet of
Enrolls In College sus in Panama City. Her new
Miss Liliana Fabrega, daughter school, a lour year liberal ar,s col
of Mr. and Mrs. Francisco J. Fa lege, is conducted by the Sisters
brega of Panama City, has enroll-,01 .he Holy Cross. Graduates are
ed as a freshman at Dunbarton awarded the degree of bachelor ol
Colleae. Washineton, D C She arts.
plans to concentrate her studies
in the field ot mathema ics. Spanish "Fandango
lash not tea (or inclusion la this
column should bo submitted us
rvot-writtaa tvrm nd mailed ..
th. box numboi listod daily ia 'So 'Social
cial 'Social a net OMsorwiM." 01 delivered
s h-nd to tbo office. Notices or
meetings cannot bo accept.d b
Miss Fabrega is a graduate of Kobbe Officers' Club Tonight
Esclavas del Sgdo. Lorazon de Je
Billy Graham Says
Coveting Is Major
Sin Of Americans
CHARLOTTE. N.C.. Sep. ?fl -(UPD-
Evangelist Billy Graham
(aid last night that "America's
ereatest sin" was breaking the
. 10th Commandment thou shalt not
"In a secular society such
ours." he told a crowd of 12,000
; attending the fourth night of his
crusade here, "it is the style to
be covetous and respectable to be
greedy. But that commandment
o( God has never been repealed or
He chided those guilty of wha'
he called "religious hypocrisy and
caid loose living among profs
sors of religion wa,s one of the
reasons many nersons have no in interest
terest interest in the church.
Graham has spoken to 51.875
persons so far in the four-week
crusade. There have been 1,594
"decisions for Christ."
Graham also ssoke at a limc'i
meetmg of business and profes professional
sional professional leaders. He wis i"
ed by Lt. Gov. Luther Barnhardt.
He told the men he did not be
lieve "we have the character to
meet the challenge" of commu commu-nisn
nisn commu-nisn "but through Christ and
Christian principles, we may a a-chieve
chieve a-chieve that character."
Noblos To Havo Mooting
At Abou Sa ad Tempi
A dinne: meeting will be held at
6 p.m. Saturday evening, with a
business meeting at 7, at Abou
Saad Temple. Admission will De
i meiiiuers ami visiting iooies are
A Bay Spanish-American mood
will prevail this evening as mem
bers and guests of the For; Kob- by tne current
. r Ui.uvr
cial evening wnicn win leaiure tne jnvied to attend.
music of Lurho Azcarraga. in
keeping with the Spanish theme
of the occasion, a special menu
including Latin American cuisine
in addition to the regular steak
and lobster dinners will be pre
pared. Special Tenuila cocktails
will be served at the club bar.
Those planning to attend are en encouraged
couraged encouraged to wear cos umes repre representing
senting representing one of the Spanish-Ameri
can countries or to dress comfort comfortably
ably comfortably in sport shirts. In his first ap appearance
pearance appearance at Fort Kobbe since his
famed Hammond organ met tra tragedy
gedy tragedy Lucho has promised a live lively
ly lively session which will afford the
many officer couples who have re
cently learned .'radi ional Panama
nian and other Latin American
dances an opportunity to test
(Continued on Pago 7)
Several prominent residents of
the Canal zme will be among
the 77 passengers sailing Tues
day afternoon for the Isthmus
aboard the Panama Liner Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, according to the advance
Answer to Previous Puzzl
7 Its capital if
14 Prepare as
17 It has a
II Lion trainer
20 Race course
23 Its president
is elected by
33 Singing voice
43 Dutch uncle
46 Cubic meter
47 Sealed (ab.)
50 Sign of the
56 Most painful
1 Wheys of milk
2 At all times
4 Harem room
7 Bond of union
8 Lethargic 23 Phial 41 Hirelings
9 United States 24 Shield bearing 42 Comb wool
10 Clock face
1 1 Seaweed
21 Mortise parts
22 It has a
and Chamber 37 Anger
of Deputies 38 Bounded
29 Herdsman of
30 Ninth month
43 Hen products
44 Song (comb,
47 Plant part
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TOKYO (UPI) Forly
thousand Japanese workers at
U.S. installations in Japan staged
Mt-nay s'wkc .vcernav to pro-
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uai yiMimeu rcuuiuuna in wui k
f-"'ces. There was no report
To Direct Economy
JAKARTA, Indonesia (UPI) -The
Indonesian Parliament yes'er yes'er-day
day yes'er-day passed a bill aulhor zing crea creation
tion creation of a national planning council
wi'h broad powers to regulate and
direct the na'ion's economy.
The council is a special project
of President Sukarno and an
integral part of his "guided demo democracy"
cracy" democracy" scheme.
The bill authorized the council
to draft laws on planned national
five reconstruction and to supervise
It also empowered 'he council
to draft, a national development
program mobilizing "all available
ofina'ural resources and the energy
'of the people."
STUDIO OF DANCE
Reopens Wednesday October 1
Courses include: Ballet, Tap, Toe, Tumbling tor
"little guys", Rhythmic Exercises for women.
Registration held at residence 744-A Las Cruces
Street, Balboa, (near Balboa Post Office.)
FRIDAY September 263:00 to 5:00 p.m.
SATURDAY September 279:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
The teen-ager's breakfast is oft
In addition to the passengers
for Cristobal, the ship sailing
Tuesday from New York will al also
so also have a large number of pas passengers
sengers passengers for Port-au-Prince.
Among the Isthmians on the
Cristobal will be Paul A. Bentz,
General Counsel of the Panama
Canal Company, and Mrs. Bentz;
Mrs. Mary F. Doolan, wife of the
Personnel Director; J. Bartley
Smith, power conversion proieat
engineer, and Mrs. Smith; anrtVn a Droblem. It was in our house
several other well known Zone until we worked on it. Our 13
residents. i year-old son was always in a hur-
jry to dash off to school. So we
The complete advance passen- set breakfast 20 minutes earlier.
?er list for the Isthmus follows: He protested that his mother
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Ben- and father ate only fruit juice,
ringer Mr and Mrs. Paul A.l toast and coffee why should he
Bentz; Mr. and Mrs Robert A. eat a big breakfast? So we
Chapman and daueht?r Judpe made ourselves expand our me me-nnd
nnd me-nnd Mrs. D. J. Dalglish; Mr. and nu to include "real with milk
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Mrs. Marv -v. w.4 n.iii
menieu inai ui cMdai w-ao
Eser; Mrs. Jane D. Puller, I ? am r.mhi.ri
rSdJ! graham; Leon V th kippers, or scrambled
Tim; Mi?uei Hemandea; nl S!L with salami.
Norway Kippers And Salami
Enliven Dull Breakfast Eggs
BI GAYNOR MADDOX. NEA Food and Markets Editor
breakfast as more important if
all the family shares it. She's
probably right. Breakiast has oc
come one of our most pleasant
Mrs. Luis De Veaux
F. Doolan: Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan E.
comb and two chi'dren.
Gradually, he acquired the ha-
hit of eatine a men protein, Dal-
anced breakfast. It took time and
and Mrs. Donald C. Kaani natience and famllv participation.
and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Da. But it paid off. He admits he now
vid Kelleher and daughter; J. DJfeels "more peppy" in the morn morn-Kleiss;
Kleiss; morn-Kleiss; Robert H. Kohrs; Lester1 ing at school and isn't so hungry
L. Largent; Mr. and Mrs. Robeit before lunch time.
E. Lee and two children; Mr.: This is one of his favorites: For
and Mrs. Clinton I. LeRnv Mtsa 4 servines. Scramble together 4
Cecilia Malcolm; Miss Lucy V.
Mapelll; Miss Helene Nazzitto;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Orr and
on; Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Patton
and five children; Sidney W.
Peterson; and Charles R. Prog Prog-ler.
ler. Prog-ler. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ryan; Mr.
and Mrs. Wolf Serko; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert W. Smith and four
children; Mr. and Mrs. J. Bart Bartley
ley Bartley Smith; Dr. and Mrs. Howard
B. Sprague; Mr. and Mr.-.
eggs and one 3u-ounce can of
Norway kippers. Serve attractive attractively
ly attractively on hot platter with mound of
stewed tomatoes as garnish. A
"he-man's" breakfast, our young
athlete calls it.
Here's another he relishes be before
fore before school. Dice 3 slices of hard
salami. Place in skillet with a lit little
tle little butter. Cook 2 minues. Then
break in 2 eggs and scramble.
His mother never permits break breakfast
fast breakfast to be a "hit and run" affair.
Every morning, no matter how
tired or how eager to sleep a lit
unanes a. atewart; Miss Hen i tu lnnunr cho opU im to nwnarp
TViada; Mrs. Marguerite Tribe; breakfast and set the table attrac attrac-Charles
Charles attrac-Charles H. Walsh: and Mr. ard lively for the family. We could
Mrs. Ray W. Wheeler and four, all eet our own. But she believes
Stroke Takes Life
Of The Dutchman'
WASHINGTON (UPI) Henry
W. (The Dutchman) Grunewald,
colorful "myslery man" whose
career ranged from espionage 'o
influence peddling, died here
yesterday, after suffeng a severe
stroke. HeW. 5
Grunewald, one-time confidante
of some of Washington's top offi officials
cials officials and political figures, was
awaiting retrial in New York next
month on charges of conspiring to
fix income tax suits.
Grunewald was a key figure in
the so-calied tax scandals of the
former Truman Administration
which were cited by the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans in their 1952 campaign prom promises
ises promises to clean up "the mess" in
Washington. "The Silent Dutch Dutchman
man Dutchman Grunewald figured promin prominently
ently prominently in House investigations of
tax scandals in 1951-52. His role
as a behind the scenes operator
first came to light in 1950 when
Senate investigators accused him
of involvement in wire-tapping.
EXPLORE POSSIBLE MERGER
NORFOLK, Va. (UPI)-A merg merger
er merger of Smith-Douglass Co. Inc., fer fertilizer
tilizer fertilizer and chemical manufactur
er, and WHs'- and o n'" i.
Jacksonville, Fla. maker of pesti pesticides
cides pesticides and fer ilizers, now it being
Remember The Dubs Week would
not be complete without a couple
oi examples of abuse of the Black Blackwood
wood Blackwood convention.
When used properly this excel excellent
lent excellent bid is a great aid in bidding
good slams and an even greater
aid in keeping out of bad ones.
Many players use it automatical automatically
ly automatically and time they are interested in
a slam without realizing that ma many
ny many hands are unsuited to it.
South was one of those Black-wood-or-nothing
slam bidders, and
when his partner jumped to three
hearts could not wait to get in
his four no-trump bid.
North made his proper response
of five hearts to show two aces
and South was stuck. South was
looking at two little spades. Ob Obviously,
viously, Obviously, West held the spade ace
and probably the king also for his
vulnerable overcall. Did North
hold two spades?
South could not tell and decided
to pass and play safe. North did
holf out one spade and the slam
was lay down.
What was wrong with South's
four no trump? Everything!
South voilated two basic rules for
use of Blackwood. The first rule
is that you never bid Blackwood
unless you intend to bid a slam
if your side holds three or more
The second rule which really is
a part of the first is that you
don t use Blackwood any time you
have a worthless doubleton in a
suit that your partner had not bid.
South could have reached the
slam if he had first bid four clubs
andt hen five hearts. Th;s woi'ld
havet old North to bid six if he
could handle the second spade lead
and North would have obliged.
THE VOICE OF
by Dorothy Killgallen
i our son will look on eating a good explored by both firms.
Only the finest, fanciest chickens .
for the most delicious Cream of Chicken Sojip!
Blended with the
purest heavy cream and
delicate seasoning ...
CREAM OF CHICKEN SOUP
21"kinds of Campbell's Soup .
so much enjoyment in each!
Q The bidding has been:
Hast South West North
1 9 Pass 1N.T. Pass
Pass Double Pass 2
You, South, hold:
A 2 X VK J 10 7 S A Q 6 5 sM
What do you do?
A Bid two diamonds. Even
thovffc roar partner has a bad
hand, two diamonds should be
better than two clubs.
You hold the same hand. The
bidding has been:
East South West North
IV Pass 14 Pass
What do you do now?
Eddie Fisher's friends arc nr
suring him to give up the 1
e m;irrv ng Euzanetn rayior, i
though it's generally agreed i
then set that ,u anri i.iz sr nip.
ed to each other. Among the p
secretly trying to persuade nit
io reconcile witn ueDDie are uw
well-known marriaee counselors
Monte Proser and Ba'ne-.' o-
Lionel Hamoton is keening it
quiet, but he's disco vc a
ional technique on the vibes
(which he practices for hours ev
erv dav) and hefnrp Innp hp m
revolutionize the whole utilizatipr
of the instrument. .Robert Vrr
ton is stavine in town an pvtra
week to he near Nina Fneh a
is decoratinir his arm whila ha
j catches the hit plays. .Word from
Druain nas me tamea runaway
newlyweds, Tcss and Dominie !-we.
we. !-we. expecting babv, .Maria
Callas' mother is having her visa
extpndpH cn cha pan rnmaln in
the U. S. for another month. She
nopes to interest some American
book publisher in bovine her var-
sion of the diva's life story.
joe D'MaeP'o i-n" ;nb
fo'- his friend Marian McKnight,
Miss America of 1957. She now
collects her navoheek from tho
same place he does Tb V. M.
Monette Compmy. .Cinderella
stories still hanoen. Carv Grant
spotted the photograph of a love love-lv
lv love-lv girl named Donna Lewis "n a
Midwest department, store adver advertisement,
tisement, advertisement, and he plans to put her
in his next picture. .Jurly Hol Hol-liday's
liday's Hol-liday's intimates believe she still
misses Sydney Chaplin quite a bit.
Bllt therP're rtn
that his current "fiancee," Noel Noel-le
le Noel-le Adam, niay wove to be Judy's
revenge. The French ballerina is
strongly career-minded and ex extremely
tremely extremely nraetical. thev say ouite
ant to decide against demesticity
u sne oecomes big in films. .In-
tprestine twosome at P -villnn Co.
them's most famous haven for
wine lovers: iv'ina warrvmore and
"ler Miles, both sipping ginger
One girl's review of Lisa Kirk's
act at the pprcian Innn- "Sim
has a figure that makes you want
o enner g,ve uo eating or kill
'Oi'rplf en thp nn"" ITarrv
Belafonte is maoDinc out a 1-man
Show for Broadwav in thp snrinur
Of course the one man will be
Harry. .Robert Morse drew re I
'ocal-bov-makes-eood reviews in
Boston lor his performance in
(He Comes from Newton. Mass.1
One critic went so far as to say
ie was Detter tnan Shirley Booth
i"d Tonv Pe-'Vins rtnn Sbfrlpy'
trio at the Hickorv House is nnt.
que as well as listenahle His py.
cellent niano is backed by a '.i"ss
and cello no drums. .One rather
dramatic sidelight on the attempt attempted
ed attempted assassination of Renpral Pnns-
telle in Paris never hit the U. S.
newspapers: Verna Hull, the so society
ciety society painter, was strolling within
50 feet of the general when the
shooting took place, and one bul bullet
let bullet went through her skirt.
It s odd, but perahps best for
domestic tranmiillitv: Husband.
an-wife team Xavier Cugat and
Abbe Lane now have. separate pres
agents wing to grab space for
them. Former President Truman
s on Governor Harriman s side
in Ave s feud with Carmine De-
Sapio. .Pianist Roger Williams
couldn t endure the suffering
hay fever was causing in this
locale, so he flew down to Hnmp-
stead, Fla., which is supposed to'
oe poaen nee. Auegra Jtvent a zu-
iear-old who performs brilliantly
; "Swan Lakt" for the Yew York
rfallc Mas become this sea seams
ms seams pet of the balletomane,
e'a not only proficient but beau beau-ul
ul beau-ul looks like a young Diana
It's to be hoped that husband
id-or beaux won't grt any ideas
rom the fast costume changes in
Damn Yankees'' (cinema ver ver-iion)
iion) ver-iion) and expect similar miracle.
om their lady friends. In on
sequence Gwen Verdon makes
wttch from daytime to evening
larb right in the ball park in a a-out
out a-out eight seconds but she, has
the help oi a Hollywood camera
j ; nch lyrics have been
added to the theme son for "The
Hridee on the River Kwi" nd
it s now a love tune. .Betty Keaa
mrl ,ew i'anter say "not true"
&,u W"wS Quips Lew,
VVhv. Hnn'f m?
beth Taylor". .PeHev it nr n-rt
Be'te Davis is being talked of as
a serious nnlitial ,...,i;,4..i
some future Maine election. She
and her husband, actO' Garv Mer Merrill,
rill, Merrill, nlaveri lmnn.:. ..r i
successful campaign of Governor
up that way.
Andre Prevm, currently jam.
mins 'em in at th.
entoyjng his taste of "the outside
World SO thrtrnncrlv thot k.
o quit MGM, where he'g been a
lup-ranKing comooser conductor
for 12 years. He'll continue to write
movie senrps hut m f. 1
u.i a UCJ lance
basis, and the yearns to do the
music for a Broadwav show.
Eddie Gilbert tho r
who was part of the combine that
u,e oanK at the Cannes ca casino
sino casino a vear a on isn't
lucky m love. His beautiful young
Any shopper who ants to get
the best service possible should
make it a habit to find out the
name of a particular clerk m
each store where he habitually
trades and ask for that clerk to
wait on him. This is especially
true in clothing stores, since a
good clerk easily learns enough
about a steady customer to be
really helpful in finding Just
want the customer wants.
And in stores where clerks
work on a commission, it is also
a good way for a customer t o
show his appreciation when he
finds a clerk who is especially
helpful and cooperative.
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Jap Bride After
TOKYO (UPI) Jose G11iC G11iC-chio,
chio, G11iC-chio, 76, a millionaire rancher
from Argentina who h n
children and 10 grandchildren,
took a Japanese bride yesterday
after a three-hour courtship.
He speaks neither Japanese nor
wigtisn. sne speaks no Spanish.
"She will learn Spanish," Gal Gal-licchio's
licchio's Gal-licchio's in erpreter said, "and
her mother will go to Argentina
to live with them at one of Mr.
Gallicchio's th-ee farms or at his
apartment in Buenos Aires,"
Gallicchio, a .widower, is a Ro Roman
man Roman ,Cath6lfcThe,,brideV,a young
and pretty 34-year old teacher
named Michiko Furukawa, is a
Shintois They were married in
the rectory of St. Ignatius Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral in a simple Catholic cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. A Shinto ceremony was
The bridegroom came to Japan
Sept. 8 with the expressed goal
of finding a Japanese wife. He
never had been here before but
had been impressed with the fern fern-inini
inini fern-inini y of Japanese women in Ar Argentina.
gentina. Argentina. The interpereter said he
had decided on a Japanese wife
because he was afraid "Argentine
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Gallicchio on arrival in Japan
advertised for "a widow between
the ages of 35 and 45." His inter interpreter,
preter, interpreter, Miss Nelly Vaccarezza de
Vaccarezza, technical director of
Argentine tou-s to 'he Far East,
said he received 518 letlers in
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1851
TOP CONCOCTION Mrs. Don DeVault, 36. of Delaware, Ohio,
poses with her entry, spicy apple twists, after winning the
grand prize in the 10th Pillsbury Bake-Off in New York. Mrs.
DeVault, wife of a real estate man and mother of two, won top
prize money of $25,000.
Apple Twists Take Wrong
Turn Through Hands Of Man
Somebody along the Stateside
line of men trans.mit.ting a story
Tuesday about a prize-winning re
cipe hasn't been doing the home
But housewives were quick to
notice, when the recipe appeared
in print, that something was
Some of the listed ingredients
didn't make sense, and if the ver version
sion version sent over UPI wires o the
Southeast had been followed, the
"spiuy apple twis's" would have
been mighty watery.
Without going into details of the
erros which might just confuse
the reader this time here is the
recipe that won $25,000 in ihe Pills
bury bakeoff for Mrs. Don de Vault
of Delaware Ohio:
Two baking aoples. oared, cor cored
ed cored and sliced into eight wedges;
1 1-2 cups sifted all purpose flour:
one teaspoon salt; nne-half cuo
fhor enin?- 4 to 5 'ablesooons cold
water; one-tb'rd cup mel e1 but butter:
ter: butter: one-half cud susar: one tea
spoon clnWm(iV,fnW., g
aar and cinnamon. Pour half cud
uiatoi nver naetrtuc Raize in hnt
overn 450 degrees 25 to 30 minutes
un il golden brown. Serve warm
or cold, plain or with cream.
Makes 16 twists.
Plans Continued For
Columbus Day Ball;
Tickets Going Fast
The Knights of Columbus, Panama-Balboa
Council 1371 Balboa,
'"i made publict he fact that' the
ticket sales are moving alone; at
a rapid Dace for their annual Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Dav Ball. The ball which
s the hi"hi"ht of the years act act-ivit:es
ivit:es act-ivit:es will be heU on Saturday.
O'. 11 at the Tivoli Guest House.
Tickets are s'ill on hnrl p"-'
anyone des'rin? to reserve a table
should set in touch with a Knight
nr contact the Tiv'i or the ri ri-lumbus
lumbus ri-lumbus Club in Balboa. The
tickets cost Si. ut r" "'ci-if
one you have a eft a ne'e at the door
pr're of 100 in cab.
Fort he musical side of the
"vening; Luchn A'T-'ca ha
Preoare aD-i'-s. Sift flour with been engaged to play from 8:30
salt ;nto mix'""" bowl. Cut in shor- m- to 1 a.m.
tening So"inklr coH wite over! For those who are interested in
mix'ure stirring wi'h fork unti' ihaviil ctner.t he T'volt 'ill have
douh is jus' mo'st enwii 'o hold; a special supper set up fort hose
together. Form in'0 baM. Ma"en Win live cany ai a vn y minim
to about hlf-inch thickness;
Soil out on floured surface to
16 by 10-inch rec'asle. Cut in'o
Jfi in-bv-one-'nch ''rios. Wran one
str'i around each annl sl'ce. Ar
(ronoe jn 13 hv fl v ?-inci nan,
siHos no touch'n". Brush wih but butter;
ter; butter; sprjnkle with mixture of su-
So many words and phrases I
used to hear in my childhood 1
never near any more.
For instance, what ever hap happened
pened happened to'.
'The porte cochere? Houses us
ed to have them. Mow we call
The grass widow"? There are
mo e oi then around tnan ever
before, but the term is now di divorce,
vorce, divorce, and it doesn't sound near nearly
ly nearly as gay or daring.
"Taking sonny to the woodshed"
or "giving him a taste of peach
tree tea"? Now we reason with
him when he does something he
hs been told over and over not
Drunkard"? Alcoholic is the
term these days arm somehow
sounds more respectable though
no effect on the individual and
his family ir just the same.
"Fast" not to describe a motor
car, but to describe a girl with a
oo obvious and too uncontro'le:
yen for the opposite sex? ToJiv
's hard to tell the good girls
from the bad girls so there's
not much need for a substitute
'A family man"? With all the
emphasis on 'togetherness" there
is today, with Papa and Mama
serving jointly as PTA officers,
and so on, every husband and
father is a 'family man." So no
replacement for this particular
descriptive term is necessary. Just
say he's married and it will be
assumed he's a "family m a n."
"Comfortable as an old shoe"?
We describe that kind of per person
son person today as being well-adjusted.
High strung or nervous"?
Some women are still nigh strung
and nervous but "neurotic" i s
how we describe them now.
"Bully"? A mean kid isn't a
bully today. He's aggressive and
his aggressiveness is supposed to
be channeled into the right out
"Granny"? There are lots of
grandmothers around. But now nowadays
adays nowadays very few of them will an-
iswer to "Granny."
"Keeping company"? That has
I turned into 'going steady" only
I going steady isn't ncarlv as
permanent as keeping company
used to be.
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Sociat and Otherwise
AT THE LUNCHEON An informal party honored Miss Bltsy Frensley of the Comptroller's
office, and Mrs. Wllhelmina Cushing of the Panama Canal Company office in Washington. Mrs.
Cushing has returned to the States after a brief visit here with her husband. Also sailing to the
States was Miss Frensley, who will visit in New York, Washington, Colorado and Florida. Shown
standing, from left, are Mrs. Emelina Frensley, Mrs. Carol McAmis, Mrs. Katherlne Lessiaek, Mrs.
Claire Hughes, Mrs. Betty Higgins, Mrs. Rosemarie Kenealy and Mrs Mildred Morrill Seated
from left, are Mrs. Wllhelmina Cushing, Miss Bitsy Frensley, Mrs. Chiquita Cassiby and Mrs'
Sanders Announce Birth
Of Third Child, A Son
Mr. and Mrs W. Allen Sanders
of Balboa announce the birth ot
third son at Gorgas Hospital Sep September
tember September 1R. he s been named
The grandparents are Mrs. H.
E. Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Car Carroll
roll Carroll D. Jones ot Troy, Ala.
Catholic Daughters Enjoy
Benefit Card Party
The benefit card party sponsor
Coco Solo Council
A community jamboree, sponsor
ed by the Coco Solo Council, is
scheduled to start at noon Sunday
with a picnic lunch at Pier One.
Highlights of the day's activities
will include a water show, a cruise
of the bay on the Amber Jack,
Panama Canal pilot launch, and
an evening "come-as you please"
record dance at the Breakers
The newly-formed civic council
is sponsoring the event to promote
friendship and cooperation among
Atlantic side residents.
ed by the Catholic Daughters i
American at the Margarita Serv Service
ice Service Center was well attended and
enjoyed. The door prize, a clock
radio, went to Mrs. Carmen Char
At First Baptist
A candlelight service wUl marl
the installation of thfe newly newly-elected
elected newly-elected officers of the Girl'i
Auxiliary and Young Women'!
Auxiliary of the First Baptist
Church of Balboa Heighta to
night at 7:30.
The girls will be dressed sejni sejni-formally
formally sejni-formally and will be installed
by Mrs. Margaret Able, youth
director, assisted by Mrs. Paul
Friday, counselor for the juntol
girls; Mrs. Doris Vickers, coun counselor
selor counselor for the intermediate jdM
and Mrs. Allen Sanders, "0W "0W-selor
selor "0W-selor for the Young WomelPl
These auxiliaries are sr.
ed by the women's Mission!
Society and have for their par-
pose the missionary educatojpi
the young people.
A requiem mast will be held
at the Santuari Church t Pa Pasadena
sadena Pasadena tomorrow morning at o
a.m. fort he repose of the soul
of Rogollo Roid, a teenage boy
who was drowned last Sopt. 27
while bathing with friondt at ths
Bella Vista beach.
CHECK MURDER THREAT
BERLIN (UPI) West Berlin
plainclothes police flew abnan' ?ll lence
26 Berlin flights of Pan American
World Airlines yesterday because
of an anonymous letter warning
that there would be a murder on
one of the flights. Headquarters p o s i t i o n members during the
said there were no incidents. 'melee.
ASSEMBLY SPEAKER DIES
DACCA, East Pakistan (UPI)
S'm' 'i I', uepirty speaker of the
East Pakistani legislative assem
bly who was struck on the lace
by part of a chair during a vio-
- marked session luesaay,
died today. Thp cause of
death was not disclosed immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. Ali's face was cut severely
by a chair handle thrown by op-
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Corn, and other large producers
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mon'n ooosreo prices oi sucn
'terns 5 per cent, it was disclose''
Boys 16, Girls 14 j Mea$ tflstc
Twin girls were among the 30
babies born at Gorgas Hospital
during the week ending Monday,
Sept. 22, according to the regu regular
lar regular hospital report. During this
period, 194 patients were admit admitted
ted admitted and 180 were discharged.
Parents of the twins are Mr.
and Mrs. Carlos Martinez, of
Parents of the other twelve
girl babies are Mr. and Mrs. E.
de Los Reyes, of Chorrera; Sp.4
and Mrs. J. R. Worrell, of Colon;
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. McLeod, of
San Miguel; Alc and Mrs. R. E.
Harris, of Locona; SSgt. and
Mrs. J. A. Martinez, of Loeona;
Lt. and Mrs. J. H. Miller, Of Far-
fan; Sp.4 and Mrs. J. A. Trudell,
of Panama City; Sp.4 ana Mrs.
Bill Hancock, of Panama City;
Sp.2 and Mrs. I. A. Haynes, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs; J.
Vakies. of San Miguelito. Pana
ma: CM, and Mrs. J. Renda, of
Cocoli; and Mr. and Mrs. H. A
Tooke. of Coco Solo.
Boy babies were born to Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Hayatt, oi Juan
Diaz; Mr. and Mrs. G. L. McKen McKen-zie,
zie, McKen-zie, of pueblo Nuevo; S'Sgt. and
Mrs. W.-'A. Smith, of Locona;
SSgt. and Mrs. A. Davlla. of Al-
brook; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A.
Sanders, of Balboa ; Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Allevne. of Gamboa;
Mr. and Mrs. T. Cru2, of Pana Panama
ma Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ev Everett,
erett, Everett, of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs.
M. Leldlg, Jr., of Curundu; Alc
and Mrs. J. A. Per, of Locona:
Mr. an dMrs. F. Arosemena. of
Panama Viejo; S8irt. and Mrs.
8. J. Sinatra, of Albrook; Mr.
and Mr. P. E- Anderson, of Dia Diablo;
blo; Diablo; SSt. and Mrs. K M. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, of Locona; and YN2 and
Mrs. W. E. Watson, of Rodman.
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Italian representatives placed the
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' 1 -Tir t ii i i I 1
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, INg
II r hi 1 1 r i i i i I- f I
n US This Weekend
Loiieae toomaii Bursts into hull h
Ohio State, Oklahoma,
Michigan State Play
y JOI SARGIS
( College football bursts into full full-lorce
lorce full-lorce in all sections of the coun
try this weekend with intersec intersectional
tional intersectional games involving Ohio State,
Oklahoma and Michigan State,
and a pair of attractive backyard
brawls in the Southeastern Con Conference.
ference. Conference. Notre Dame, another of the na nation's
tion's nation's leading powers, opens at
fome with a "breather" against
Indiana, while in Dixie, Auburn
takes on Tennessee in the
lationally televised game-of-the-tveek
and Mississippi meets Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky in another early season
The football weekend actually
lets underway tonight with three
Dig games in the South and ano another
ther another in the Rocky Mountain area.
Georgia Tech meets Florida State;
Miami (Fla). hots ninth ranked
Wisconsin, and Tulane takes on
Eexas in southern games, while
tah Stat tackles Denver at Lo Logan
gan Logan Utah.
Ohio State, (bo defending nation national
al national champion which was namd the
No. 1 team in the first United
Press International ratings, opens
Igainst Southern Methodist; Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma Is at home to West Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, and Michigan State enter entertains
tains entertains California.
The Buckeyes, who rolled to the
Mythical championship with a
team that featured crisp running
ind little passing, is expected to
be more than SMU can handle
nd has been made a 13-point
lavorite. The Sooners, whose only
flemish on an otherwise success successful
ful successful 1957 season was a 7-0 loss to
Notre Dame, start the new season
Michigan State, rated third be behind
hind behind Oklahoma, is the stroii"
thoice to wint he Big Ten crown
ps year. Last year, the Wolver Wolver-toes
toes Wolver-toes wound up with an 8-1 record
ind are expected to do equally as
tail this time. They're a whopping
K)-point choice over the Golden
Bears, while the Irish are 28-point
favorites and the Auburn Tigers
are picked by 10. Mississippi is
six over Kentucky.
Texas Christian, which opened
with a 42-0 rout over Kansas
meets more powerful Iowa; Pitts
burgh, a 27-6 winner over UClA
last week, takes on Holy Cross;
Navy opens against comparative comparatively
ly comparatively weak William and Mary,
and Army hosts South Carolina in
other big games.
Navv And Army Tops
Navy and Army are expected to
be two if the top teams in the
East this season despite dire pre predictions
dictions predictions bv their coaches. Navy is
reported to be "loaded" but plays
one of the nation's tougnest scnea
ules. Army, on the other hahd
moved up a couple of pegs in the
calibre of its opposition tms sea
son, but may run into trouble be
cause it lacks an experienced
quarterback. Both are picked to
get off on the right foot tomorrow.
Other eastern games nnd
Princeton picked over Rutgers,
Penn State over Pennsylvania,
Cornell over Colgate and Y a le
The Midwest features several
bone-jarrine contesK too. M1
ean. expected to improve on Is
5-3-1 1957 record, hosts bou i
California; Illinois should get by
visiting UCLA; Washington State,
one oft he top West Coast teams,
is the pick over North western,
and Funjue gets the nod over Ne Nebraska.
braska. Nebraska. Southern games of special in interest
terest interest include North Carolina Carolina-Clemson,
Clemson, Carolina-Clemson, North Carolina State-
Maryland. Louisiana State Ala
bama and Duke Virginia, while
in the Southwest, Arkansas-Tulsa,
Baylor-Hardin Simmons and Tex Texas
as Texas AaM-Houston should provide
Monday morning quarterbacks
with enough fodder.
In the far West, the visiting
Rice Owl's are expected to squeak
past Stanford; visiting Minnesota
gets the nod over Washington in
another close contest and Oregon
State is picked over Kansas.
(Based on 390 official at bats)
C AB R H Pet.
149 587 116 203 .346
149 602 93 207 .344
132 459 63 154 .336
150 593 109 196 .331
141 605 119 193 .319
145 590 85 184 .312
119 408 57 127 .311
141 542 82 166 .306
142 557 99 170 .305
Mays, S. F.
Musial, St. L.
Cepeda, S. r
Boyer, St. L.
Runnels, Bos. 143
Williams, Bos. 126
Kuenn, Det. 136
Boyd, Bait. 122
Kaline, Det. 144
Power, Clev. 142
Cerv, K. C. 138
Mantle, N. Y. 147
Minoso, Clev. 146
Siebern, N. Y. 131
549 98 178 .324
76 128 .320
70 174 .317
58 124 .313
83 167 .312
97 180 .311
93 155 .307
508 125 154 .303
547 91 165 .302
452 77 136 .381
Jensen, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
H. Anderson, Phils
Jensen, Red Sox 120
Colavito, Indians 107
Sievers, Senators 105
Cerv, Athletics 103
Mantle, Yankees 96
NEW TIRE COST
you receive the same
(Based on 15 decisions)
W L Pet.
Spahn, Braves 21 11 .656
Burdette, Braves 19 10 .655
Friend, Pirates 22 13 .629
Hobbie, Cubs 10 6 .625
Rush, Braves 10 6 .625
Turley, Yankees 21 7 .570
McLlsh, Indians 16 7 .696
Ford, Yankees 14 7 .667
Delock, Red Sox 13 8 .619
fierce, White Sox 17 11 .607
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BALBOA 6:15 & 8:10
Added: "WATER BIRDS"
COCO SOLO 7:00
Joel McCrea, Virginia Mayo
"THE TALL STRANGER"
DIABLO UTS. 7:00
John Saxon Molly Bee
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"The Long Long Trailer"
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"THE BRAVE ONE"
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THIRD MAN THEME An unknown sneaks in behind Navy's
Jerry Griffith and Fort Kobbe's Bill Campbell to haul down a
rebovfnd' in Kobbe's recent triumph over Navy. Watching the
action is "Navy's player-coach Ray' NCsbitt (U.S. Army Photo).
Statistics Show Yankees,
Braves On Par, But Baseball
Men Say Milwaukee Stronger
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK (UPI) If you go
hv rniH figures, the Braves ana
Yankees are on a. par offensively,
but if you go by baseball men
Milwaukee is way out in tront.
Statistically, the Iraves ana
Yankees each are hitting .268, so
there is nothing to choose there.
It is. quite generally agreed, now-
ever, tne maves cumpueu uicii
average against lar Dener pucu-
ing than the Yankees.
Man for man, jwuwauKee s ime ime-up
up ime-up presents a much stronger chal challenge
lenge challenge to an opposing pitcher than
Hnpst hp New York array, accord-
in c to the talk vou hear around
both leagues from managers,
coaches and players.
Braves Have Sluggers
Thpv sppm to feel Mickey Man-
tip with 41. and Yogi Berra, with
v arp the only real consistent
home run threats on the Yankees.
Thpv thpn noint out Hank Aaron,
KHriip Mathews. Joe Adcock and
Wps Cnvineton are authentic long
ball sluggers and. even Del Cran-
rlal .Tnhnnv Loean ana riaiin
Torre reach the seats with over
thp-fpnee blasts regularly enough.
Aaron and Mathews each show showed
ed showed 30 homers when the Braves
clinched their second straight pen pennant
nant pennant last Sunday; Covington had
24; Adcock, 19; Crandall, 18, Lo Logan,
gan, Logan, 11, and Torre, five.
Logan has had his troubles at
the plate lately and Bruton is
some 25 points below the .300
mark, but neither is considered a
soft touch with a bat in his hand.
Can Be Pitched To
The Yankees, on the other hand,
have several men In their lineup
American League hurlers feel can
"be pitched to." They're referring
to fellows like Andy Carey, Tony
Kubek, Hank Bauer, Gil McDou McDou-gald
gald McDou-gald and even Norm Siebern, al although
though although he is enjoying a good
'As dancerous as Mantle is,'
pointed out one A.L. pitcher, "you
have to bear in mind he strikes
out three times for every home
runs he hits. Yogi is still a tough
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Virginia MAYO In
THE IRON MISTRESS
Final plans for the Canal Zone
United FtHd Golf Tournament at
the Fort Amador goif course were
The tournament will be held
Tuesday Oct. 14 through Sunday,
Oct. 19 according to CoL J. R
Wright chairman of the club's
Board of Governor.
Any person regardless of sex,
age or nationality is eligible to
participate according to the club's
Tournament and Handicap com
mittee. There will be no greens
fee but each person, entering the
tourney will pay a $1 entrance lev
which will be turned over to the
The only requirements are that
participants have an established
handicap at an Isthmian or Pana
ma golf course and that they play
id twosomes, threesomes or four
somes. Full handicaps will be al
Members of the Tournament and
Handicap committee are Capt. E.
T. B. Sullivan, USN Mai. J. M.
Rice, Mai. E. G. Heilbronner and
M-Sgt A. R. Kline
The committee announced that
the medalist will have his or her
name engraved on the 'Perpetual
Canal Zone United Fund Golf
Tournament trophy now on dis
play at the Fort Amador Golf
Club house and will receive in ap-
piupnaie award. Mercnandise a-
wards will be given to at least the
10 lowest net scorers.
As many rounds as desired mav
be played provided a $1 donation
is made before each round. Re
gular course rules will aoplv and
the' lowest scores turned in on a
stamped tournament card will de
termine the winners.
To Begin Oct. 3
men .to get out in the clutch, but
lie doesn't scare you. .quite as
much as he did two .- three years
The only real apparent edge
the Yankees have on oftense is
maneuverability and that,
c o u r s e is the department
which Casey Stengel shines.
Can Move Players
He can play Berra and Elston
Howard in the same lineup if he
chooses; he can use Kubek in any
spot in the infield a.' outfield, and
men like jerry Lumpe, Bobby
Richardson and McDouglad are
perfectly at home in at least two
different positions so that Stengel
can pinch-hit often.
Fred Haney can make a num number
ber number of offensive moves, too, al although
though although not as' many as Stengel.
The Milwaukee skipper can, if he
chooses, play Adcock in the out outfield
field outfield and Torre at first at the
same time; he has a dependable
fill-in for Red Schoendienst in- Fe Felix
lix Felix Mantilla, no weak sister at the
plate; and Andy Pafko is avail available
able available for pinch-hitting or outfield
Tennis classes sponsored bv the
Canal Zone Schools Division will
begin on Friday. Oct. 3, at 7:00
p.m. at the Diablo Tennis Courts.
The classes are free to all stu
dents attending United States
schools. Students must be 12 years
of age and over to enroll in these
beginners classes., and will be re
quired to dress in White "T" shirts
shorts and tennis shoes. Tennis
rackets and tennis balls will be
Classes will be held every Mon
day and Friday nights from 7:00
p.m. to 8:15 p.m. at the Diablo
Courts. Bill Hele, who has been
given these classes for the past
year, will be the instructor.
Hele can be reached at Balboa
3196, after 5:30 p.m. for registra
tion in the classes.
SAT, ft SUN. I
Clynton Moore In
The Lone Ranger and the
Lost City of Gold
Player Of The Day
Arnold Portocarrero, a 27-year-old
right-hander of Puerto Rican
extraction, is just another exam example
ple example of Paul Richards' "way with
Portocarrero broke into the A A-merican
merican A-merican League with a 9-18 rec record
ord record in 1954. Not much of a record,
you'd say, but he compiled it with
the old Philadelphia Athletics and
he attracted the attention of the
New York Yankees among others.
There was no deal with the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee in the winter of 1954 and then
in '55 Portocarrero.'s arm went
dead. He was 5-9 with Kansas Ci City
ty City that year, drifted to the minors
in 1956 and returned for a 4-9
stalte in 1957.
But this year under Richards
direction at Baltimore, Portocar
rero has blossomed into the pitch
er everyone thought he was in tne
first place. He shut out the Wash Wash-inotnn
inotnn Wash-inotnn Senators. 2-0. Wednesday
night for his 15th victory a mod modern
ern modern major-league high for the O-
JIB SLASH PUSHED
WASHINGTON (UPI- Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Department bureau chiefs
been old to cut employment levels
the two per cent ordered in pre president
sident president Eisenhower's recent
"spartan ecodomy' directive.
US Boat Makes
Look Like Tug
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Editor: CONRAOO SARGEANT
Kansas City at Chicago (N.
Detroit at Cleveland (N).
Boston at "Washington (N).
Baltimore at New York (N).
Detroit 030 200 Oil 7 13
Chicago 000 010 0001 6
Bunning- (14-11) and Wilson.
Donovan (15-14), Trosky, Shaw,
Qualters and Battey.
Only game scheduled.
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N).
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (N).
Chicago at Los Angeles (T-N).
St. Louis at San Francisco (N).
No games scheduled.
MORE VISITING U.S.
h WASHINGTON (UPI) The
State Department says a mecdrd mecdrd-breaking
breaking mecdrd-breaking 612,824 visas were is.
sued 'tb foreign visitors during tht
year ended last une 30.
Ford, Burdette In Final
Series Tuneups Tonight
NEWPORT,. R. I. (UPI)-Brit-
ain's fastest sailing sloop looked
like a tug against Columbia in
their thira battle yesteraay and
the America's Cup is as good as
back in its American showcase.
The hopelessly outclassed Scen-
tre came home more than a mile
behind the Yankee clipper in the
whipping winds the British had
counted on to make these 107-
year-old races a real contest.
The two sloops go at it again
Friday and you couldn't find a
seafaring man in Newport yester
day who didn't think Columbia
would take this "world series" in
The sea swelled up to six-foot
rollers with white caps and shortly
before the race ended two of the
spectator craft which had ventured
out rammed together. One injured
person was taken aboard the Coast
Guard cutter hscanaba on a litter.
Columbia really flew around the
24-mile course yesteroay, imishing
the race in three hours, nine min minutes
utes minutes and seven seconds.
Sceptre was eight minutes and
20 seconds behind her and, as she
had done in the first two races,
Columbia hauled down her sails
and watched her rival come home
Skippers Briess Cunningham and
Graham Mann immediately hoist hoisted
ed hoisted flags signifying they want to
race today. Both 11-man crews
now want nothing more than to
get the mayhem over quickly.
Those aboard the Coast Guard
press boat "Roarin Twenties"
knew within two minutes after the
race started yesterday that Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's reliance on strong winds o
make a comeback was hopeless.
Columbia sliced through the
whltecaps beautifully while Scep
tre immediately began lo rock like
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Sept. 26 (UPI)
Whitey Ford and Lew Bur Burdette
dette Burdette take their final tune-ups
tonight for the World Series,
and Hoyt Wilhelm takes a once-in-a-llfetime
crack at becoming
the second pitcher in major
league history to hurl two
Ford, who pitched the Series'
opener for the Yankees the last
three years, quite possibly could
win the first game assignment,
again if he is as impressive a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Orioles tonight as he
was in his last two outings.
The veteran Yankee curve curve-baller
baller curve-baller has yielded only one
run in the last 12 innings he
pitched and shows no effects
from the arm trouble which
sidelined him most of August.
Burdette, Milwaukee's logical
opening "game choice, Is pitching
better now than at any other
time this season. He has won his
last three games, giving up only
two runs, and will be shooting
for his 20'tK-victory of the year
when he goes against Cincinna Cincinnati
ti Cincinnati tonight.
In the Yankees-Orioles en
counter, Ford will be opposed by
knuckle-bailer Hoyt Wilhelm,
who tossed a no-hltter against
the American League champions
in his last appearance Sept. 2f,
It's better than a l,u00-to-l shot,
but if Wilhelm can make it twa
in a row tonight, he' will' become)
the only major leaguer ever to;
hurl a pair of successive no-hitters
outside of Johnny vander
Meer, who accomplished the
feat in 1938.
While the Detroit Tigers were
beating the second-place Chica Chicago
go Chicago White Sox, "7-1, yesterday in
the Major League game sched scheduled,
uled, scheduled, Steneel took advantage of
the day-off to put the Yankees
through a two-hour drill at Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium.
Still refusing to name his
opening day pitcher for the
World Series, Stengel said only
that Don Larsen would pitch a-
qalnst the Orioles before the
season is over, Larsen had been
hampered by arm trouble but
indicated he is ready for a Se Series
ries Series assignment when he pitched
one-hit ball in a six-Inning as
signment against B a 1 timore
during the same game Wilhelm
hurled his masterpiece.
Ford, Burdette and Wilhelm
will command a lot of attention
tonight, but there will be almost
as much interest In the two
races for the batting title.
Pete Runnels of the Red Sox
keeps managing to stay ahead
of teammate Ted Williams but
not by much. Runnels is at .324
and Williams at- .320. Harvey
Kuenn of the tigers also is in
contention wltli .317,
It's even closer In the Nation National
al National League where Willie Mays
of the Giants is the No. 1 man
with .346, followed by Richie
Ashburn of the Phillies with
.344, and Stan Musial of the
Cardinals, with .336.
The race for the N.L. crown is
the tightest one since 1854 when
it was decided- on the last day
of the season. Mays beat out
teammate Don, Mueller that,
year, .345 to .342.
In the only J&me played yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, Al Kaline of the tigera
raised his batting averagelc?
.312 with a single and a double
in three official trip but was
felled by a pitch and removed to
a hospital for precautionary X X-rays.
rays. X-rays. jk
Jim Bunning of the. Tigers
fired a six-hitter for his 14th
victory, the only run. off him
being a homer by Ron. Jackson
in the fifth inning. Dick. Dono Donovan
van Donovan suffered his 14th loss a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst 15 victories. Gail Harris
hit his 20th homer for Detroit.
Little World Series
First Game Tonight
MONTREAL. Sept. 26 (UPI)
Tom LaSorda, the Interna International
tional International League's most valuable
pitcher, will be on the mound
for the Montreal Royals tonight
against Al Schroll of the Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis Millers, in the opening
game of the best-of -seven Little
LaSorda, a stocky southpaw
with a fine curve ball, contrib contributed
uted contributed an 18-6 record for the pennant-winning
Royals and then
accounted for two more victories
in the playoffs.
Schroll is a tan righthander
whose best pitch Is a fast ball.
He had an 8-8 record while
working for Minneapolis of the
American Association this sea season.
son. season. The Millers finished third
during the regular campaign.
Montreal, which boasts strong
pitching and hitting, is a slight
favorite to gain the minor
league crown It last won In 1953.
TO HONOR ADMIRAL
MANILA (UPI)-The Philinpines
Defense Department said today 't
will xnnfar the Philirmines region
of Honor degree of commander a hobby horse, gbing up and then
Oct 1 on Vice Adm. Wallace siammiug oown wnn sucn impact
Beakley, commander of the U. S.
in news and entertainment
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON
it made the 70-foot boat shudder
as they weni into tne wina.
I MToday i- Encanto .251
U 1 1 .OS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
II "THE BLACK KNIGHT"
II "ASSIGNMENT rARH" J
Sonny Ray Sends High-Ranked
Jesse Bowdry To Hospital
By ED SAINSBURY 1
CHICAGO (UPI) Sonny Ray
threw away the form sheet
Wednesday night and knocked Jes
se Bowdry, a high ranked light-
heavyweight, into a state of shock
and the hospital to greatly im
prove his own chance to move in into
to into the 175-pound title picture.
Bowdry, TKO'd in the ninth,
was delirious in his dressing room
for more than an hour after the
TV bout ended. Dr. Irving N.
Slott of the Illinois Boxing Com
mission ordered him taken to a
hospital as "precautionary mea
Rav deserved to .be the under
dog. He had lost five and drawn
five in 27 bouts, and Bowdry. ranx
ed 6th among the 175-pounders by
Ring magazine and seventh by
the National Boxing Association,
had been beaten only twice, both
times by Ray, In 35 matches and
had H knockout.
But the fight went the other
way. Ray used bodv blows in the
early rounds to take the speed
and steam out of his opponent,
and in late rounds he opened up
with both hands tot he head to
virtually knock his foe groggy.
Commissioner Lou Radzlenda of
the Illinois Boxing Commission
said it was likely Bowdry would
be sidelined for two months in
stead of the usual four weeks
after a knockout.
Ray won a technical knockout
decision at 1:22 of the ninth round.
Before referee Walter Brightmore
moved in to stop the bout, Bow Bow-dry's
dry's Bow-dry's corner had tossed in the to towel
wel towel and both Slott and Commis Commission
sion Commission Chairman Frank Qilner were
standing at ringside shouting at
him to stop the match.
"I didn't see the towel or hear
either Gilmer or Slott," Bright Bright-more
more Bright-more said. "But I wis naf to
top th. fight"
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Hostigador Seeks Repeat Win
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, MM
Dstiesdor aroes out
ine horse H
tomorrow 1ft quest of his ninth triumph of this yetr
in the featured $1,000 seven i urlons sprint for first
series imported thoroughbreds at the president ne-
fhi fivo.vpar-nlri hrown son of
X Alii? 41 T V J M - -
Birikil-Honey Chile wfll have his
r.vnrit rider in p .sp-'-'le. Svei
of Hostigador's eight wins have
been registered with the poker -faced
saddlesmith aboard. Recent Recently
ly Recently Hostieador has performed poor
ly unless ridden by Baeza.
. viv ihr ton class racers win
go against the Garrido and basso
ace. The Embssy-Qramilla entry
loom as the top contenders and
will probably go off the mutuels
favorites. King, Park. Bacancito
and Gavilan are the other sched scheduled
uled scheduled starters.
Gramilla barely missed by a
head to Hostigador last Sundav
when jockey Amado Credidio fell
asleep in the honstretr-iv Ms
time the fast-stpping Argentine
mare "will have hustling rhuVin
jockey Fernando Alvarez in the
Embassy wound up a strong
finishing third and will again be
ridden by Ruben VasgUer. King's
Park, a disappointing second
choice in the mutuels, fftfshed
fourth. Hellodoro Gustines, is us
ual, will guide the Stud Siboney
tar. i : ' 1
Bacancito and Gavilan are tte
wn iiuLMiuei a mi. air v-. '
to will be booted by Arquimedes
Alfaro while Gavilan will be hand
led bv Hector Ruiz. Bacancito quit
badly alter. Deing prominent i
the homestretch last week while
Gavilan was never in contention
and trailed all the way.
Nine third series racers will go
in the $650 seven furlong second
ary attraction. Luciano seems
much the best in a field that in
eludes Oliver, Guadalcanal, Pa
quiero, Lobo, Silver Heels, Cerve
ft. Plavhnv and Germanic
""3 . !... j. j
Nine other races are inciuueu
on a better wan average jjio
gram.' ., ,v
ITS THIS WAY Manager Eddie Sawyer, left, of the Phillies
a-ives Sollv Hemus managerial advice. Hemus, veteran Infielder
of the Philadelphia club, reportedly is' the choice to manage
the St. Louis cardinals. The aavice coma oe usoim.
Race Track Graded Entries
1 Golden Corn II
&-Kln ,,. ;,
5 Jabalina (e)
7 Doble Fija
16 Embassy (e)
11 Crltico (e)
t By Conrndo Saigeant
Race 7th Series Imp. 7 Ff. Purse $466.66
1st RACI OP THI DOUBLf
Peel Cleats 1:00
Accountants 8 0
Balboa Brewerettes 7 1
Merchants 5 3
Shoppers 4 4
Buyers 3 5
Salesladies 2 6
. Accountants 4 Buyers 0
The Accountants balanced the
ledeers in their favor, because
their assets far exceed the liabi
lities. In fact the Accountants have
no liabilities since their slate is
clean of any defeat; Two damsels
Gladys Graham anu Marty we
yeneth contributed 637 ana 534.
The Buyers found no bargains
and went home empty handed as
far as "wins were concerned, but
two of the gals did make good
buys when Wilma Riley carried a-
way 523, and Thelma Lowande
S26. Two of the lady, accountants
flirted with Triplicate patch, Vi
Russell had 126, 125 and 126, and
Gladys Graham 135, 125 and 135.
Batbea Brewerettes 4
It was a red letter week for
3 Golden Corn
5 Blue ulu
6 Mar Bravo
9 Edith Piaf
A. Alfaro 105 Early! speed- only
F. Sanchez 113x Could surprise
R. Vasauez i 1 3 Form indicates
A. Icaza 110 Could score again
H. Gustines 112 No. 1 contender
M. Guerrero 118 Jockey only handicap
J. Jimenez tt Would pay fat odds
J. Cadogan 105 Nothing recently
A. Credidio 104 Usually gets left
Peel Cleats 1:30
Two reportedly expensive Ar
gentine Uiuiuugnuieua wnc re recently
cently recently bought by Carlos (Chi-
Clio ae id uuMtua wiu utuiv
Mercado. Chicho's latest acquisi acquisition
tion acquisition is named Santlllan while
Mercado's is Siete y Medio. Both
horses have won wees in their
naflva Arontltln u;vi uiMUMpt ,J
Siete y MeeW'ls ejected
arrive on the Isthmus witnin a
few davs but Diana for the ship
ment of Santlllan have not been
"i am here for a visit with my
f a mil v and friends. Sorry I
won't be able ferride this trip,"
'oiH fiachiiv drpssed Manuel
vraa earlv vesterdaV morning
at Tpcumen airport soun nw
his arrival from the U.S.
Ycaza is at present serving
a ten-da.y Suspension which will
be completed in time for him to
resume riding' at New York's
Belmont Park Oct. 3.
Manuel's phenomenal rise to
the bracket of the best jockeys
caused him to .become a nauonai
lv disappointed at tne news tnat
the hafd-ridlng, oft-stispendea
tnrlrev will not oe ame TO snow
how much he has improved since
leaving for Mexico some mrw
years ago. r
A elgnlflcant feature in Tca Tca-ia's
ia's Tca-ia's rise to stardom is the faet
that although he is constantly
In hot water because of "rough
er careless riding," the stew
ards are always lenient Be Because
cause Because they take Into consider
ation his honesty and aetermi-
mtlnn in win.
Veaaa, tisuallv ttts relatively
light suspensions whenever he
breaks the rules, because, appar apparently,
ently, apparently, Stateside stewards are al always
ways always willing to "temper justlee
with mercy." -Roiwh
rldinc' or not. Ycaza
.deserves plaudits for his climb
irom tne now aeiunci uncc uncc-nuarter
nuarter uncc-nuarter mile Juan Franco oval
' to stardom at tracks like the
Blush one mile and one-hall
Belmont Park layout. Well done,
Manuel's brother, Alejandro,
was scheduled to ride here
over the weekend. However, he
has come down with the flu and
has canceled all his mounts. Ale
jandro had accepted mounts on
Clarucha. Don Grau, zumar, ca-
President Remon Racetrack
manager Pablo A. Thayer, who
Is at present visiting Chile and
Argentina to get new blood for
the local track, has already
bought 15 thoroughbreds and
expects to obtain 20 more before
returning to the isthmus by tne
end of this month, according to
word reaching here.
The names of the 18 norses
purchased are: Lilly Ann, a 4-year-old;
Turbio, 5; Camakas,
3; El Nene, 4; Mar Grave, 4;
Victoria Reglna, 3; Highland
Prince, 3; Violentado, 3; Indian
Call, 4; Beina, 4; uicienje,.
Aiaare, 3; Madame Cueu, i; Ta-
rasca, 4, and Tunisia, 3.
ooo jt .,
Brote. which had been given
back to the racetrack" buC .fV
mained under the training M
Juan A. Jimenez HI, has again
been acquired by the Stud 4:30.
This vastly improved colt was
an easy winner his last two
Gaston Aguilar Is Napa's new
trainer... Henry White is now
in charge of getting Pllluelo
readv. This speedy but weait-
hearted native is owned by vnw
Bernardo Domingues this
week bought the native thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred Naranjato and placed
him under the care of trainer
Juan Guantl . .Another native
that was sold is the consistent
Daniel. Oliver (Tunney) Ber Ber-nal
nal Ber-nal bought the chestnut horse
and will do the training him himself.
self. himself. Alfredo Bassan acquired the
speedy Chilean mare A 1 pin a and
turned her over to Meinaldo Diaz
for training. ..Reginald Douglas
bought Emily Mary and will
train her himself ... Vidal To
rres Is the new trainer of the
Stud Contractor's Mar Bravo
Track steward Jorge Dawson
last night left for New York
where he will take a two-week
course in racetrack stewardship
Sunday night, the racetdnck's
public relations officer, Ibero
Fernandez, is scheduled to de
part to take a course on public
relations at the same track.
2nd Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Pas. Purse $400.00
2nd RACI OP THI D0UBLI
1 Fifito B. Raeza 115 Poor effort in last 8-1
?rhivilins B. Asfuirre 110 Fractious, unpredictable 10-1
3 Mariema C. Delgado 102x Early speed only 50-1
i Kine John O. Bravo 110 Disappointed in last 4-1
5 Colifato R. Vasauez 113 Hard to beat here 2-1
Aberargie G. Sanchez 108 Could surprise 5-1
7 Kins H. Gustines 113 Poor race in last 5-2
aMi Paiienoe H. Macias 97x Not eoed enough 50-1
9 Sober View A. Vasquez 115 Form indicates
3rd Race 'Special
1 Silver Girl
3 Nacho J
4 Radical ;
5 Rock V Roll
Natives S Fas. Purs. J37S.OO
F. Justinia. 102x Has shown nothing
J. Gongara 115 Distance to liking
. Samaniegp 115 Improving steadily
A. Alfaro 115 Poo recentf'races
A. Lortess lOfx Brief early speed
Peel Clesti 1:00
For the Best
in news and entertainment
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON
B Baeza 106 Jockey may help
The Caribbean Fdrees Network
has announced the following snorts
broadcasts for the period Septem
ber 26 October t
Saturday, Sept. 2T South Caro
lina vs. Army at 1 p.m. to be fol
lowed by the Indiana-Notre Dame
Sunday, Sept. '28 Baltimore vs.
New York at 1 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 30 World Se Series
ries Series came at 1:45 p.m.
Wednesday. Oct. 1 .- 1st World
Series fame at 1:45 P.m.
Thursday. Oct. 1 2nd World Se
ries game at 1:45 p.m.
i Friday, Oct. 3 Between games
program at 8 p.m.
Saturday. Oct. 4 3rd World Be
ries came at 11:45 a.m. followed
by the Iowa-Air Force Academy
Bernice Roberts captain of the
Balboa Brewerettes, she increas
ed the membership of a rousing
a09 scratch and 605 handicap, with
such performance her cohorts leli
in line end swamped the Salesla
dies for all four pointvand pushed
them down to the bargain base
ment. Besides Bernice, Mabel Les Leslie
lie Leslie landed a worthwhile set for 559.
For the bottom of the league
team, Reggie Schmidt guided her
bail for a 502 effort, but Dolores
Coffey had one of those believe it
or not deals, when she broke into
the 500 class because her handi
cap outweighted her actual output
by 46 pins.
Merchants 3 Snappers 1
In a nip and tuck tussle in the
first two games the Merchants
broke loose outbowled and out
classed the Shoppers in the finaie.
The Shopppers took the curtain
raisers by 22 pins, but lost the
next one by six sticks. T1Pnt v
Merchants released a deluge of
maple pins into the pits ana won
by a 103 margin.
The big gun in the Merchant's
attack was blondie Babs Marobl
for a 535 series. The blonde dyna
mo was all by herself in that
class because the closest any other
bowleerette came was Vi Rudy
4th Raet "H" Natives 4
Pgs. Purse $375.00
Peel Closes 2:36
1 Don, Vito
4 Don Grau
5 El Peauefio
F. Alvarez 105 Trailed in last
F. Justiniani 101 x Ran well las' time
A. Alfaro 105 Doesn't seem likely
A. Ycaza 110 Usually disappoints
H. Gustines 108 Hard to beat here
A. Credidio 113 Good early speed
E. Dario 106 Could score again
C. Quiros 109x Must go lower
A. Lorless 103x Would surprise
Sth Race "I" Natives 4 Pts.Purse $375.00 Peel Cleset 3:66
Arthritic Condition In
Jack Forces Hoad
Out Of Tennis Tour
WEMBLEY, England (UP!)
Jack Kramer's professional, tennis
troupe will have to conclude its
1688 tour without Lew Hoad.
The Australian, who signed a
28-month contract with Kramer in
, Tit1v 107 f unwil 19K AISI
quit the tour Tuesday because of
an arthritic condition In his back
"Lew will be out of action un
til the end of the year," Kramer
Th first round of the 1956 PW
GA Isthmian Championship'tourfl
ament must be completed by Sun
day evening. 28 Sentember. Offi
cial tee-off time will be 9:00 a.m.
Line up is as follows:
Bev Dilver vs E. Mathieson
E. Perantie vs RoHnson
P. Trim vs Tortornfcci
Burns vs Sullivan
Jones vs Waring
Wright va; Puller
Dalton vs Humphries
La Croix vs Owens
B. Hennan vs B. Clinely
F. Twbmey vs Datigherty
Whitney vs Monteath
Nelson vs Wilder
A. Credidio 103x Improved in last
C. Quiros 102x Nothing last time
G. Sanchez 115 Enjoying good form
J. Ro'gnez HO Quits under pressure
B. Baeza 115 Seems best here
4th Race Sth Strie Imp. 6 Pgs. Purse 8500.00
1st RACI OF THI DOUBLE
Peel Cleats 3:46
H. Gustines 110 Good early speed 5-1
F. Alvarez 108 Rates fair chance 51
A. Peres 115 Reportedly broken-winded 44
F. Justinia. 107x Usually close up 5-1
R. Cruz 97x Doesn't seem likely 10-1
B. Acuirre 113 Impressive win last 8-1
o. Bravo 113 Distance seems short 4-1
a Town's Wall G. Sanchez 113 Form indicates 2-1
ftCnral F. Sanchez 97x Not ready yet 15-1
inNnsalino B. Baeza 112 Will fight it out 5-2
2 Julio Verne
7 Red Label
Peel Closes 4:16
7th Race 7th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purst $466.66
2nd RACI OP THI DOUBH
1 Zumar A. Yeaza 110 Complete failure 10-1
2 New Then A. Credidio 108 Ha strong finish 4-1
3 Del Vecino J. Rodrig. 114 Could make it here 5-2
4 Amah B. Baeza 112 Returns from layoff 3-1
5 Brote R. Cruz I07x Unbelievably improved 3-1
aDohle Fiia R. Vasauez 116 Hard to beat here 2-1
6th Race Special Imp.
7 Fas. Purse 1456.66
Peel Cletts 4:46
BALBOA GUN CLUB
On Sept. 27, the Balboa Gun Club
will hold a registered trap shoot
under the sponsorship of the 'I 'I-TA."
TA." 'I-TA." Shooting will start at 2:00
p.m. registration at 1:30 p.m.
Matches will be as follows:
25 Birds at 16 yards
25 Birds Handicap
12 pairs, doubles
Entry fee will be 50 cents for
each match and 50 cents for the
overall, a total of $2. Registration
fee is 25 cents. Prizes will be a-
warded for each match and the
We have some nw shooters at
Balboa. How about you Cristobal
shooters coming over to meet the
of the best
FRENCH SKIN DIVING
Cj55gfs m 5555
Across El Panama Hilton
1 Dona Linda A. Perez 108 Early soeed only
2 Pangal H. Gustines 113 Will fight it out
3 Martlet A. Ycaza 113 Form indicates
4 Bathina R. Crux 67x Would surprise
5 Nebriaca J. Samaniego 113 Ran well in last
6 Pepin B. Baeza 108 Improves in mud
9th Race 3rd Stria Imp.
7 Fgt. Purse 1450.00
Peel CIsms 5:15
Friday, Sept 26 Wrestling at
Saturday. Sept. 37 UCLA vs
Pitt et 2:30 p.m.
Sundav. Sept. 28 Baltimore vs
New York at 3 p.m. (Np hit game
pitched by Baltimore s Hoyt wu
Monday, sept. 29 Bobby Boyd
vs. Neal Rivers, boxing from bt
Nick's at 10 D.m.
Thursday, Oct. 2 Fight of the
Week at 10 p.m. Johnny Busso vs.
Friday, Oct. 3 Wrestling at 10
Rizzuto, Red Barber
To Broadcast Series
For Armed Forces
NEW YORK, Sept. 26 (UPI) -Armed
Forces Radio Service an announced
nounced announced today that Phil Rizzuto
and Red Barber of the New York
Yankee broadcasting team will
feature its live broadcasts of the
1958 World Series between the
Yankees and Milwaukee Braves.
Barber and Rizzuto volunteer volunteered
ed volunteered to help the A.F.R.S. short shortwave
wave shortwave the series to servicemen
around the world when play smarts
next Wednesday. Barber will
preview each game with man managers,
agers, managers, coaches ann players riz rizzuto,
zuto, rizzuto, former Yankee shortstop,
will provide "color" commentary
between inings of the play .by .byplay
play .byplay broadcast.
The series broadcasts will go to
the Sixth Fleet in the Medi.erran Medi.erran-ean,
ean, Medi.erran-ean, and to U.S. armed forces in
Lebanon, Europe, Iceland, Green Greenland,
land, Greenland, the Caribbeean, Canal Zone
VIENNA (UPI) -Three Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian physicians have been sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to suspended prison terms
for accepting extra money from
patients m addition to their state
salaries, ine nungermn nrwp
per Esti Hirlap reported today,
J Si JaW 'til
SSSSSSl aSBBStm . .X -Ch f
O. Bravo 108 Not against these
M. Correa 113 Must go lower
R. Vasauez 115 Day's best bet
A. Alfaro 103 Has strong finish
B. Baeza 115 Jockey may help
A Silver Heels H.Gustiness 108 Good recent races
7 Cervecero F.' Just.in.la. lOSx Would pay juicy odds
8 Playboy 3. Rodriguez 112 -Lacks early speed
9 Germanio F. Alvarez 105 Not in this group
Sharpe vs Thompson
Zon vi Bye
Wallace vs Bye
Bailey vs Bye
10th Race 1st gertt Imp. 7 Pgs.Pvrte 1,660 Pulse Clem S:46
1 Hostigador B. Baeza 120 High weights handicap
2 Gavilan H. Ruis 102 Depends on mood
3 King's Park H. Gustines 106 Could make it here
4 Bacancito A. Alfaro 106 Not, good enough
5 Embassy R. Vasquez 118 Could take it all
Gramilla F. Alvarez 105 Form indicates
11th Rate Sth Strie Imp. 4 Pis. Purse 1500.00 Peel Cleats 4:6S
1 Emily Mary
F. Justini. I05x Placed on sale
J. Ulloa 115 Mutuels favorite
A. YcazalOR Not against these
H. Ruiz 112 Would surorVe
A. Perez 118 Poor ride in last
B. Baoza 112 Jockey may decide
504 i ii
Si 1 fcrr nvntor of h
12 K Aerated l
Ng Hl Shaving Jt
25-1 lfj I
EVEN llJ&Tftil EXTRA I
even ifSSl COOL I
I i..A with I
ee Mt est an m m
The approved Slgnol-Stat "SIGFLARE" 4 In 1
SYSTEM far commercial vehicles, the most
complete lighting protection over offered.
HERrS ALL YOU NEED
The "Sigflajlr" Switch, 2 Signel Signel-Stat
Stat Signel-Stat double-face Directional
Lamps for front of vehicle, 2
Signel-SUt, Combination Stop,
Tail and Directional Lamps for
rear of vehicle. Just one switch
and 4 lamps.
HERE'S NOW IT WORKS
FOR TURNING AND PASSING A touch of the signal lever on the)
famous "Sigfi-arf," twitch makes both front and rear lamps on either
mde of the vehicle flash clear, powerful, beamed patterns of light for
turning right or left or changing lance to pate. Signal-Stat douAie-face
lamps on front of vehicle flash amber forward, red to: rear; tingle-face rear
lamps flash red . unmistakable warning to others on the road.
POR STOPPING OR BRAKING The tame SignaiStat Lamm aim
provide a bright, powerful warning when brakes are applied. The scien scientifically
tifically scientifically designed reflectors and lenses, which make them so highly visible
as Directional Signals, furnish maximum Stop Light protection oa
both sides of the vehicle.
FOR TAIl LIGHT PROTECTION Constant protection while driving at
night is assured since these same remarkable combination rear lamps also
give a clear, strong, continuous Tail Light many times stronger than
ordinary tail lights ... on both sides of the vehicle.
FOR EMERGENCY ROADSIDE PARKING "Sir. flarf," provides dlf
a bled vehicles with positive all around protection even before the driver
opens the cab door. Just a flick of the special wing lever on the switch and
all 4 signal lamps flash a simultaneous on and off warning signal that
alerts and slows down oncoming traffic.
ONLY THE "SIGFLARE" SYSTEM PROVIDES THIS ALL AROUND
LIGHTING AND SIGNALING PROTECTION. Avoifooe sow of few
DIRECTIONAL SIGNALS a SWITCHES FLASHERS
PANAMA AUTO. S. A.
BOX 1913 TEL. 3-(550
, i .... THE PANAMA AMERICAN .- AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER J FIUDAY, SEPTEMBER M, 1951
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FOR -INFORMATION tELEPA 7 I A C Q C H II V THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
L A J j 1 i I L u J for information telephone 2-74
cmTCB't Ciitun and Laraje
Beach Houtt One mil Bait f
Carina. Phona Balbet 1866
PHILLIPS OctaniMe Cottage
Santa Clara P. s P- p"
nsma J-1877 Cristobal J-1673.
Spend youi weekends at Rio
Mir, the bast kaaeh i" th a a-puklie,
puklie, a-puklie, with all kinds-af eammo eammo-diries
diries eammo-diries open dy and night. The
new management it at your eery eery-ice.
ice. eery-ice. Houses
POR RENT: Reetntly buil
trw apartment, living dining dining-reoti,
reoti, dining-reoti, maid roam laundry room,
garage, hot water. Information
Tel. J-3547, Mr. Martin.
FOR REN Tv--Pent-hou.se on
Avenida Jsl Peru and 29th Street
house number if-i. Telephone
3-7400 National Brewjry. Three
bedrooms, dinirnjcm, two room
for servants, lene, entertain entertainment
ment entertainment hall, othe-.facilities. Price
S250.00 per month.
FOR RENT: 4tjaly fur furnished
nished furnished concrete house (chalet)
2 bedrooms, hot wafer, large
porch. Road facing Paitilla Air Airfield
field Airfield No. 109. Call 0553
FOR RENT: fuiiMtiwIi1. house,
2 bedrooms, neS Panama Hotel.
Via Espana, beside Radia Mira-
mar. white house. .an
FOR RENTjs Furnished concrete
and tile; 'Souse in Lat Cumbre
with lW rms "' kitchen,
hot, coJwliter, laundry room.
Spacieu. lawns shaded, grounds
only, $3.00- per month. Nory
Rios. Phone Panama 2-0114,
FOR RftNTl- Furnisliad or un unfurnished,"
furnished," unfurnished," 2 bedroom chalet,
reliable paf only. $135. Phone
3 -1 805.
FOR RENT: Army Inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apart-mtnt,
mtnt, apart-mtnt, kWchlnette 17-18 4rt July
Ave. Phone 2,40.
iHTin, ; .;
nrtrOT.-dmttf"" fTTPIV Wt
Point Mfg. Co. reported that its
English affilia;e has entered into
a ioinl venture with iix Dutch tex textile
tile textile firms to produce non-woven
fabrics in the Netherlands.
for your boat
tis" t Panama Hilton
The Magic Super Seasoner
Available now in the
Gibraltar Life Ins Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Inc. air far?, transfers, lours,
and deluxe hotel
leave eyfr y Tues. and Fri.
Tel. Panama S-lUGl
... ,$ for? 5
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
155 Central Ave.
With built-in Universal
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment, -army impacted,
creened, conveniently located.
Automobile Row No. 36..
FOR RENT: Madam two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living room,
kitchen and bath. No. 45, Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row. Upstairs of Panama
Auto, S. A. Rent $80.00, vary
reef. -See Decaslro. Tel. 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living-dining
room, San Franciico. 86th Street
No;' 6. near Roosevelt Theatre.
FO RENT: Riviera A,,
Hcuse. Beautiful two-bedroom
apartment, dining, living, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, two baths,, maid's
room and garage. Call 2-4696,
8 to a.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment, kitchen, liv living,
ing, living, balcony, etr. centrally locat located,
ed, located, $75.00. Tel 3-2930.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, twa
bedrooms, maid's room, laundry
room, garage, hot water. $120.
Eusebie Morales house "Elga"
information, telephone 2-2799.
KEEP UP WITH
WHAT'S GOING ON
a Big Investment
e Low Rental Rates
r, TELE RAD
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
United Slates District Court lor the
District of the. Canal Zone
- '.flivi.iionjfoi Balboa
Howard J. Tolafid, Plaintiff vs. Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy M. Toland, Defendant. Summons
Case No. 4545 Civil Docket 21 Action
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety
ays aner me nrst aale oi publication
in ese ot your failure to so appear
id anSwer. iudement will be taken
agatrist you by default for the relief
nded In the complaint.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
court ror the District of the Canal Zone,
this 24th dav of September. 1958.
Sara de la Pena,
By Marian D. Bowen,
To. Dorothy1 M. Toland.
The foregoing summons is served upon
you by publication pursuant to the
order of the .Honorable Guthrie K.
Crowe, Judge.' United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated 24th day of September,
1958, and entered and filed in this ac action
tion action In the office of the Clerk of said
United States District Court for the
Division of Balboa on September 24,
Sara de la Pena,
By Marian D. Bowen,
We always have a complete line of PERFECTION
kerosene stoves and replacement parts.
. For your country home and for camping, there la
nothing like a good kerosene range.
; ; Specific prices for our C. Z. friends.
MUEBLERIA CASA SPARTON
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
In new modern commercial building (no residential
apartments). Air conditioning available. Janitor and
Night Watchman Services Central .location, half halfway
way halfway between new banks, government buildings and
Hotel El Panama. Directly on all public transporta transportation
tion transportation routes. Ample private, covered parking facilities.
Up to 2500 Sq. Ft. available in one area, or smaller
offices. Contact Mr. de Lima "ELGA" Eloctrio
Distributors, Inc. Tel. 3-1650, Panama.
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH 0E Of OUK
INTERNAL Dt PLBLICACIONES No. 3 Lottery Plaza a CAS A ZALDO Central Ave. 44 LOUKUts rnsnMLi lr"
iBimL M "H" Sfi-eei MORRISON 4th of July Ave 1 j SI. e LEWIS SERVICE-Ave. Tlvoll No. 4 EARMACIA
FARMACIA LUX-164 Central Avenue
EARMACIA VAN DER-JIS 5a Street No.
ATH IS Beside the" Bella Vista Theatre
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
Powerglide A-l condition $650.
House 501 -D Gullick Heights.
Phone 08(76 after (our o'clock.
FOR SALE: 1955 Oldsmobile
88, 4 door, hardtop. Hydromarie
transmission. Excellent condition.
$1500.00 Call 85-2221 before
4 p.m. week days.
FOR SALE: 1941 Oldsmobile
4 door, sedan; goad, clean, eco economical,
nomical, economical, radio, good tires, hydra -matic
transmission, new battery,
and duty paid; $200.00. Housa
0437 Apt. K, Ancon. Tel. 2 2-4304.
4304. 2-4304. FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile?
'98' hardtop, automatic. Four
new tiras, bast cash offer. Phone
Will sell or accept trade-in
(Volkswagen oi late model small
car) for my paw 1958 Plymouth
Custom Suburban 6 passenger
station wagon loaded with ex extras.
tras. extras. Original prick $4600.00;
your price $3200.00 Alto 1956
Vetpa Scooter, in excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, spare tire, buddy seat,
windshiel;c. . $175.00 call
(Curundu) ,83-3297 or tee it
at 221 2-D Curundu.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford Station
Wagon, Six cylinder, four door.
Financing available for Canal
Zone. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE: 1958 Pontiac 4 4-deor
deor 4-deor WS radio, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Can be seen any tift 30-D
Coco Solito. Reasonably priced.
FOR .SALE: 57 Ford 4 door F.O,
w,wtis, two wktotim&xM
client, condition, $1700 M. Tel.
f-r-. 1 -t
1 957 Ford-Sla. Wagon, 4 Oft,
tutone, radio, WSW tires, power
brakes & ttecring.
1956 Oldsmobile-Holiday, 4
DR, tutone, radio, automatic
steering b brakes, WSW tires,
1955 Mercury Montclare Con Convertible,
vertible, Convertible, Mercomatic transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, automatic brakes & steer steering,
ing, steering, radio, WSU tires, leather
1954 Oldsmobile, 4 DR, tutone.
radio, W$W twa. ; f '-v
1957 Fiat '1400', 4 DR, tutone,
1954 Hillman Convertible, new
top, WSW tires.
1953 Hillman 4 DR. perfect con condition.
dition. condition. AUTOS EISENMAK, S. A.
Open all day. Phone: Pmi.
AUTO AIR CONDITIONER
LOOKS LIKE BUILT BUILT-IN
IN BUILT-IN EQUIPMENT...
COOLS PAR BETTER
Guardia y Cia.r S.A.
Justo Arnscnieiia Ave.
Teh S I 225
I i 'i
AGFNTS OR OttK OFflCES AT 1SS7 "B"
a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-J. Eco. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 OTO DORlTf-J ui
53 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parq ue Lefevre 7 Street EARMACIA "SAS"-V
COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amador Guerrero No. 14.111.
FOR SALE: Girl's Bicycle, 26
inch, $18.00. Girl s Bicycle, 20
inch $12.00. House 748 -A, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Tel. 4492.
FOR SALE: Girls 26" bicycle,
boy's bicycle 26", cheap. 676
Morgan Ave. 2-3470.
FOR SALE: Used Maple Floor Flooring
ing Flooring $1.00 poi 50 sq. ft. Pool
Table Slats $10.00 14' Fibre
Glass Diving Boar new
$125.00 used $2500. Apply
Boats & Motors
Trailer wanted for a 15-16 foot
boat. Phone Balboa 2-2444.
Typhoon Ida, Worst
In Years. Leaves
Many Dead In Tokyo
TOKYO, Sept. 26 UPl) Ty Typhoon
phoon Typhoon Ida, the worst Pacific storm
in 24 years, struck the Tokyo area
tonight with powerful winds and
Early incomplete reports listed
at least 23 dead or missing. Nine
persons were reported killed in To-
As ot 9 D.m. some las.uoo nouses
in the Tokyo area were flooded or
Along the coast in the Tokyo
area, a t least 28 fishing vessels
capsized. Twelve crewmen were
STO1 British freighter, the
E(AcHJfe;aS 'adrift in the storm
iwlilnOwyo B'Nifter reporting
she Kid run out 'otklueL A Papa
nese Coast Guard boat rushed to
The storm knocked out iribst'pub iribst'pub-lic
lic iribst'pub-lic Transportation in, the aJpanese
capital. Steeel carg were stalled
intthe flooded streets. Tokyo's fleet
of 20,000 taxkabs vanished from
the streets. "'
LONDON (UPI) Extra po
lice were-, assigned, today to
proteipU4toe judge who sentenced
nine yourtg mea to four years, im-
tor oeatnig -lyesToes
i the-recent racfc riots in Lon-
STREET, PANAMA UBRERIA PRECIADrj7 Street No. 13 AGBNCIAS
FOR SALE: Two beds, site,
$40.00 and $60.00. Perfect con condition.
dition. condition. Phone 1-6100.
FOR SALE: 10 p.C. diningroom
tat, mahogany $200.00. 24
Loover. $75.00. Tel. 6-376,
house 1 T6-A, Gamboa C.Z.
WANTED : Maid to take care
children and general JioMaK
work. Must speak English and
have good references, call I.
7796 after 6 p.m.
New Group Licensed
To Fortify Bonds
Between Panama, US
The Panamanian North Ameri
can.. Association, formed by lead leading
ing leading citizens of both countries, now
has legal authorization to operate
legally, according to Resolution
No. 31 issued Sept. 22, 1958, and
signed ty the President of the Re
public Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
andt he Minister of Government
and Justice, Max Heurtematte.
The president of the board of di
rectos, Isidro A. Beluehe Mora,
made the petition for the authori authorization
zation authorization before the competent autho
rities, asking also that the statutes
After a careful study of the do
cumehts presented by Beluehe, it
was found, so reads the resolu resolution,
tion, resolution, that the basic aims of the
Association tend to fortify the bonds
of friendship and understanding
ivtween the Republic Of Panama
andt he United States of America
and cultural exchange between
both countries, and that, in view
in conflict with legal dispositions
regulating me matter, it was re
solved that the association be si
Ven legal authorization to Operate. 0 In Ancon, Canal Zone, on the 7th
and iiTatute bPflDnrAM :; inr ssfNerveflfber, 1$SS at o'clock in
3r 5 ,PPn'i'Ja lihe forenoon of that day, then and
cumoriniiy wtifj arucie w oi me
National Constitution in relation
with article 64 of the Civil Code;
The Panamanan-North Americ
an Association, known in some La Latin
tin Latin American countries as the Bi Bi-National
National Bi-National Centers, is the most re recently
cently recently created group of this type
and, like the rest, is a non-profit,
autonomous, non-political, tin tin-sectarian
sectarian tin-sectarian institution, -wich fost
ers and reflects mutual understand understanding
ing understanding between the United States and
the host country through the cul cultural
tural cultural exchange of information.
Besides Beluehe, the other mem-
rs nf Ihp hoard nf Hirnrlnrc o.
fectejcTon July 21, 1958, ,tre:; :A;
G. Arango and William Boyd, vice-
presidents; Rogelio Alfaro, trea
surer; Louise Arey, assistant trea treasurer,
surer, treasurer, and Llona Sears, Clay Ran-
ml and Emanuel Lyons.
YOUR COMMUNITY 11W0RK-B0G
Pregents the latest dues on the biggest Saturday bargains in town at:
BATA SHOE STORE
Every Friday from 6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
A 30-m in u i r feature of popular. music and tips on the best Satur Saturday
day Saturday luiys.
Latch on to some real Bargains by listening to YCNTl
YOUR COMMUNITY NETWORK-HOG
1090 Kcs. Colon
EST ADOS UNIDOS-14J Central Ave
via runius in NuvuiAura
FOR SALI: Lett 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanisation, across the Remon
Racetrack. All lets with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
FOR SALI; Lett, ISO tquare
meters ant) 450 tquare meters,
ear Rio Abajo Church, $3.00
tquare meter. Stanxiola Pawn
&M, Watt 16th Street.
POR SALE: Corner lot, 1500
square meters, apatite Rio Aba Abajo
jo Abajo Church. Stanxiola Pawn Shop,
Watt 16th Street.
FOR RENT: Independent ream,
to person of good appearance,
family house, $12.00 manthly.
"La Pradera" area, opposite fur furniture
niture furniture factory "La Garantia".
Put Up For Sale
APALACHIN. N Y. Sent 2
)uoi) A fancv hillton hniri that
is famous for more than its lavish-
ness or architecture is on the
market here. It is the 59-acre es
tate of Joseph Barbara, and the
United States District Court for the
wstrict of the Canal Zone
In the matter of the adoption of
ivmrjean ivene jepson, a minor vs. WU WU-Ham
Ham WU-Ham H. Jepson, Jr.. defendant. Mo.
,4743, civil. Citation,
t To William H. Jepson, Jr., defendant
xou are hereby required to appeal
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone, Bal
boa Division, at the Courtroom there-
were to show cause, if any you have
why Ira M. Payne and Dorothy V
Payne should not proceed with the
hearing of their petition for the adop
tion ot the above-named minor.
Witness, the Honorable Guthrie F,
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 11 day of September, 1958
Sara de la Pena,
Clerk of Court.
By Lois E. Harrison,
Chief Deputy- Clerk.
To William H. Jepson. Jr.
The foregoing citation is served upon
you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe, Judge, United States District
for the District of the Canal Zone
dated the 11 day of September, 1958,
and entered and filed in this action in
the offlc of the Clerk of the. United
States District Court, Balboa Division on
the 11 day or September,
Btrai.ee la Pena,
rWlr nf Pftlirf
By f T.nl E. Harrison,
truer Deputy tier
MERY'S BEAUTY SHOP
Friday from 6:30 to
T.V., radio, HI-FI, transmitter
repairs. Call William & Shirley.
ftione Panama z-iiis.
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
You get services the tame day
Wl GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencies. Phone
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency er manthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 er Colon 1777.
Fair prices ..
30 yean in electronics ........
C MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask far MR.
TV, Panama 2-3142.
The oldest independent TV Serv Service
ice Service in Panama, and the Canal
Zone. No pitk. up and delivery
charges, -9:00 A.M.. to 10:00
P.M., Saturday to 6.00 PM.
site of the notorious "gangland
convention last Nov. OPM n
The large fieldstone house, two
tenant houses, stone and glass
"banquet hall," stable, corral and
carpeted garage is reported to be
available for somewhere between
$125,000, and $135,000. It is being
offered for saleliy Russell C." Ter
ry, real estate agent in nearby
The home bounded into the
news when state police broke up
a convention of about 60 known
hoodlums just as they were about
to eat steaks fried at the I4toot
stone barbecue outside the sum
mer house. The raid touched off
state and federal investigations.
TATKS M AMERICA
United Stttet District Court for the
District ot the Canal Zone
In the matter of the estate of George
rtmwSlK 'WVm. deeeastTWobate
No. featl. Notice to -creditor.
Notice is Hereby given, that ill per
sons having claims against George Fre
derick Nadeau. deceased, are hereby
raniitrmt in file said claims with the
necessary vouchers yn the Office of
the Clerk: of the united stares District.
Court at Ancon. Canal Zone, or to ex
hibit them with the necessary vouchers
to the undersigned Executrix at thp' of office
fice office of L. S. Carrlngton, Attorney at
T,aw. located at 17-56 Avenida ,13,
(formerly Calle Estudlante) not Wter
than the ISth dav of Jamiarv 1959. or
they will be for aver barred. Such
claims filed or rjresented must be sun
ported by the affidavit of the claimant
or someone on his oepoir mat me
amount Is Justly due, that no ty ty-ments
ments ty-ments have been made thereon which
r. ni credited, and that there are no.
off -sett t th tame tte -the knowledge
of the affiant.
Dated this 12th day d September;
Bxecutrw ornie aseweji
t George, ItMpiek Nedeu)l
840 Kcs. Panama
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C ?
PHONE BALBOA 2749
POR RENT: Two room office
ua, 48 m2 available imme imme-aly
aly imme-aly in the Panama Insurance
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irut's Only Food Routes Cut Off
")UTWARD TO THE STARS (3)-Newron
By Don Oakley and Ralph Lane
I BEIRUT,. Lebanon, Sept. 26 (UPI) Crowds shouting against the new Lebanese
government surged through the streets today. Anti-government Phalangists in the
nearby mountains sealed off the hignway3 tntoown.
The angry Beirut crowds were sympa:his of the pro-Chamoun Christian Phal Phalangists
angists Phalangists who were mainly responsible for th violence that followed installation of the
-new president, Fuad Chehab.
The demonstrating in the streets so f ar was relatively harmless. But the sealing
of the highways threatened serious consequences. It could force the army into direct
'action against the Phalange.
' All food for Beirut must pass along the roads which were being systematically
But while the Phalangists
continued their four-day-old anti-government
general strike, rebel chief Saeb
Salam announced that the rebel
barricades would start coming
T After a meeting with top
'leaders of the rebellibn, Salam
.issned a communique saying
the rebels agreed "in princi principle"
ple" principle" with Prime Minister Ras Ras-Shid
Shid Ras-Shid Karami's reiuest to re re-Biove
Biove re-Biove barricades.
1 n snlri the Dooular resistance
Movement would take effective
Steps "to put the request into
Execution in the light of securi security
ty security developments."
I- spokesman for Salam said
London Crowds Mob
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Of Br!He Bardot
tONDON ( UPI) A lifelike
near nude statue of French "sex
WtwT Brigetle Bardot was un unified
ified unified horr e""r while police
vainly fought to hold back over over-enthusias
enthusias over-enthusias ic crowds. ( (, ,n
clastic and with real hair flowing
Sown the shoulders was un
veiled" in the foyer -of the Cameo
Royal Cinema in the London West
"It's a masterpiece," said eager
onlookers when the drapes fell
from the statue. It depicts Miss
Bardot in the nude, except for a
handkerchief sized lower half of a
bikini. The hands are crossed
across thij" bosom.
The uridraping was a movie
stunt designed tb publicize Mfss
Bardot's forthcoming picture,
"Love is my Profession."
Metropoli an policemen strug struggled
gled struggled to hold back the surging
crowds as an anonymous "typical
average patron" of 'he cinema,
which sneeia'i7es in French mov movies,
ies, movies, pulled the drapes from the
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the dismantling would begin
immediately and would be no
ticeable by the end of the week.
Apparently the plan was to
dismantle them from the inside
out, taking down the outer ring
of defenses last.
The Salam spokesmen said the
rebels would put their arms a a-way
way a-way as the barricades were re removed
moved removed but would not give them
The rebel willingness to tear
down barricades left the next
tension-thawing move up to
the Phalangists. Thus far, they
have shown no sign of calling
Leaders Mav Meet
To Discuss Peace
CAIRO. Sept. 26 (UPI) The Al Algerian
gerian Algerian provisional government cal called
led called today for a quick end to the
Algerian war by negotiations on
indenendence and offered to meet
the French leaders "at any mo moment."
ment." moment." The government announced it
has not chosen a seat for the gov gov-erment
erment gov-erment although the -en ire cabinet
is meeting in Cairo now. Premier
Ferhat ; Abbas re4d, a seven-page
policy statement to a crowded
But he made it clear that the
Algerian rebel government still itt itt-sis
sis itt-sis s on independence. He said:
"We ntve t,ur
desire for a negotiated peaceful
setHement of the Algerian pro problem.
blem. problem. Only the obstinate refusal
of the French government to ac accept
cept accept negoation is at the root of
the prolongation of the war. That
is to say, the Algerian war can
end rapidly if that is the desire
of the French government."
Request Of Atomic
Spy To ''Brush-Up"
Denied by Prison
LONDON (UPI) Authorities
rejected a request from convicted
atomic spy Klaus Fuchs for per permission
mission permission to ca'ch up on nuclear
research developments outside of
prison under a "pre release em employment
ployment employment scheme," reliable
sources said today.
Fuchs was turned down cn the
grounds that he still is a security
risk, the sources said.
The rehabilitation program
makes it possible for cer'ain long long-term
term long-term prisoner to travel some dis distance
tance distance from their prison and get
back into the swing of their for former
mer former occupations. They normally
are housed at hotels near the
Fuchs. once rated as one or the
West's most brilliant atomic scien scien-tis
tis scien-tis s, was convicted of selling
atom secrets to Russia in 1950
and sentenced to 14 years impris
onment under normal circum circumstances,
stances, circumstances, he will be eligible for re re-I
I re-I lease from Wakefield Prison next
lJulv allowing for remission of
sentence for good behavior.
a candid connubial comedy
off the general strike or re removing
moving removing their defenses.
Today's rightist demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations against the new, rebel-
dominated government were
noisy but bloodless.
Phil Crosby Takes
Showgirl As Bride
In f h"rrh (eremonv
LAS VEGAS. Nev. (UPI) Phil Phillip
lip Phillip Crosby, son of crooner Bing
Crosby, yesterday took showgirl
Sandra Jo Drummond as his bride
in a ceremony at St. Anne's
Philip, 24, became the second
Crosby son to wed a Las Vegas
showgirl. His twin, Dennis, mar married
ried married Pat Sheehan, 26. here last
May. Philip met Miss drum drummond,
mond, drummond, 20, here last January when
Dennis was dating Miss Sheehan.
Both thp girls aoDear at the Trop Trop-icana
icana Trop-icana Hotel-Casino.-
Philip had been at'ending Wash Washington
ington Washington State at Pullman, Wash.,
from where he carried on a tele telephone
phone telephone and mail omance with
Miss Drummond. He quit the
school this fall af'er revealing
thei"- engagement and said he in intended
tended intended to get a job to support his
The marriage was performed in
the same church where Bing wed
actress Kathy Grant last year.
The Roman Catholic archdiocese
of Los Angeles gave clearance for
There were only about 20 per
sons a the simple private cere
mony performed by Father John
McVeigh. They included Sandra's
mother and stepfather, Mr. and
Mrs. William Torrance, North
Hollvwood, Calif., and Even Wyatt,
Philip's maternal grandfather.
Torrance owns an aircraft weld weld-in"
in" weld-in" business in Van Nuys, Calif.
The bride wore a lace beige
dress with matching jacket, shoes
and purse, and a white pearl
friwn. Philip wore a dark blue
Neither Bing mr any of Phil Philip's
ip's Philip's bro hers showed up.
A'l (yf the brothers were report reported
ed reported "tied up" by a Tropicana Ho Hotel
tel Hotel snokesman, who renorted Den
nis has a disc jockey show in Los
Anseles. Gary is doing a movie,
Lindsay is in service and "Bing
is o'ng his new program."
The brown-eyed brunette bride
sn id she would leave show busi business
ness business to "soend all my time being
vidnw Mav Bear
PARIS. (UPI) -A Frenrh biolo biolo-"ist
"ist biolo-"ist says it is now nossible for
a woman to hav rhilrlron hv her
husband vears after his death.
Jean "nctanci. a well known
French bioloeist. announced thai
t is now OOS',,, to V-n hnm?i
reproductive cells indefinitely in
a solution of 30 nr- c" "'wf-rin.
at a temDerature of minus 79 de degrees
grees degrees centigrade.
"I know a woman biologist who
has recently made the experi experiment
ment experiment on herself, t bus havingt wo
children bv him a long time after
her husband's death in a car
crash," he to'H Paris doctor.
Rostand would not name the wo worn!"'
rn!"' worn!"' or disclose her national'ty.
"If this principle had been
known in the 19th CVnurv" Ros
land said, "men like Victor Hugo
an, Pasteur could still be having
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CONTRIBUTING TOWARD EDUCATION Members f the Committee for Public Education drop
contributions into a box during a meeting of the iroup in Charlottesville, Va. The money is
to used to defray expenses in an effort to get Lane High School and Venable Elementary School,
closed by order of Gov. J. Lindsay Almond, reopened on either an integrated or segregated
(1) The giant of his age was Isaac Newton
(1642-1727) of England. Inventor of the reflecting
telescope, his work on lenses and optics led him to
the discovery of the nature of light the spectrum.
This knowledge has enabled modern astronomers
to weigh and measure even the distant stars. Pro Proceeding
ceeding Proceeding from Galileo's findings, Newton, at the age
of 24, began the work which resulted in his
famous law of gravitation. At last an age-old
dream was fulfilled the mechanism of the cosmos
was explained by a single universal force.
(2) Bit by bit man enlarged and expanded his
As Private, Segregated
FORT SMITH. Ark., Sept. 26 (UPI) A Federal district judge
rejected the NAACP's request yesterday to tell the Little Rock
School Board it can't lease four closed high schools for opera operation
tion operation as private, segregated institutions.
His decision apparently cleared the way for the reopening
of the schools, possibly as early as Monday, under Gov. Orval
E. Faubus' plan to evade the U.S. Supreme Court's integration
U.S. District Judge John E. Miller said that to rule as the
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
asked would mean his passing on the constitutionality of three
He said one Federal district judge cannot do this; it takes
three. He said the NAACP will have to file an entirely new
suit, attacking the constitutionality of the three laws, one of
which goes Dark to 1875.
Faubus said earlier that he
expects the schools to be in op operation
eration operation as early a Monday,
whether private or integrated.
The NAACP probably tould
not file a new suit and get a
three-man court to rule on it
The U S. -Department of Jus Justice
tice Justice intervened in the action as
a "friend of the court."
Actually it took the side of
the NAACP and charged that
the Faubus plan is a "sham
pretense" to avoid Supreme
Court integration orders.
The Little Rock School Board
asked Judge Miller whether it
will be in contempt of court if it
leases trie four schools out.
He declined to advise the
school board, although he said
he sympathizes with the fact
that it is "between the horns of
This Is the Faubus plan to get
the school back into operation
as private, segregated institu institutions:
tions: institutions: They were closed under a
new state law as of Sept. 15, the
Under another law. a special
election will be held tomorrow,
so voters may decMe whether
they want them reopened segre segregated
gated segregated or integrated.
If the voters demand segre
gation, as Faubus expects, tV9
Little KOC.K ocnooi Dimru wm i
called uoon bv the Little Rocc
Private Schools Corporation to
The corporation would then
reopen them as private, segre segregated
gated segregated schools.
The teachers would be ex ex-oected
oected ex-oected to stay at their posts and
work free, since thev are alreadv
under contract and being paid
by the school board.
The state will pay the tui tuition
tion tuition of students who attend
them under a law passed a
r r 7
In Bid To. Block Little Rock
Call For Removal
Of All Segregation
NEW YORK, Sept. 26 (UPI)
Methodist women have been
urged to work for the removal
of "every pattern of enforced
segregation from our churches,
communities and nation."
The action was voted today by
the executive committee of the
Woman's Division of Christian
Service of the Methodist Church
Board of Missions. The division
said it represents 1,800,000 worn
The committee also called on
the government to strengthen
foreign policy with an "Amerl
can credo" of U.S. principles.
On race problems, the com
mittee urged Methodist women
to join with "other like-minded
groups" to work for:
Compliance with the Su
nreme Court decision for inte
gration in public schools.
Open occupancy housing
Fair employment policies
an practices in all phases of
the community life.
A fellowshlo without
rlers in local churches.
"In these days of tension,
when state officials in some cas
es have used the power of their
high office to circumvent the
law of the land, it is Imperative
that re sponsible citizens unite
their efforts to restore respect
for an observance of the Federal
laws," the committee said.
DISTANCES IN MILL
knowledge of' the solar system and the -universe.
In 1672 Cassini measured the distance to the Sun.
In 167)5 Roemer measured the speed of light. In
1701 Halley accurately predicted the return of the
comet which has been named after him. In 1750
Wright recognized the Milky Way as a star sys system.
tem. system. Herschel discovered Uranus in 1781 and be began
gan began the monumental task of counting the stars.
Leverrier, in 1846, predicted the existence of Nep Neptune
tune Neptune a noteworthy triumph for science. In 1881
the Sun's temperature was measured. In 1888
Schiaparelli discovered the co-called canals of
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SAYS NEGROES BEAT HIM-Billv Gene Smith, 15, a student
at Uttle Rock's West Side Junior High School, rests in a bed
at the school after charging: that he. a friend named Jimmy
Overton, and two other youths, were attacked by a group of
"15 or 16" Negroes and tha.t they were beaten bv them with
cleated football shoes. Smith complained that his eye had been
hurt. Overton had three gashes over his forehead.
Ike Sees Disastrous Consequences
j$ jf,-,' Up; : I
From Shutdown of Public Schools
Eisenhower warned today that
closing of public schools faced
with v integration in Arkansas and
Virginia could lead to "disas "disas-otrous"
otrous" "disas-otrous" consequences for the nation
and its- children.
"I fervently hope that soon the
schools will reopen and that prog progress
ress progress toward our goal will resume,"
the President said.
Eisenhower expressed his feel feelings
ings feelings in a letter to J. Robert Rol Rol-ston,
ston, Rol-ston, chairman of the committee
for public education in Charlottes
The committee is seeking the re reopening
opening reopening of Venable Elementary
School and Lane High School in
Charlottesville on either an inte integrated
grated integrated or segregated basis.
Both schools were closed last
week by Virginia Gov. J. Lindsay
Almond after a Federal district
court ordered admission of 12 Ne Negro
gro Negro students.
The President's message said "I
deeply regret the action of Vir
ginia ana Arxansas in closing
schools that are subject to inte integration
gration integration orders of the Federal
"The direct consequences to the
children in these schools and the
eventual consequences to our na nation
tion nation could be disastrous. Their
education seemingly has no pres
ent prospect of early resumption."
The President said the school
closings represented a serious set setback
back setback in American progress toward
the fundamental goal of "equality
"We had been making progress
substantial progress toward
mat goal," Eisenhower said. "The
closing of the -schools, however,
represents a material setback not
only in that progress, but in what
we have come to regard as a fun fundamental
damental fundamental human right the right
to a public education."
DEVELOP NEW POLY ETHER
WILMINGTON, Del. XUPI) -Atlas
Powder Co. announced the
development of a new polyether,
which it said could bring down
manufacturing costs to rigid poly poly-urethane
urethane poly-urethane foam which it used at
a filler for such things as refrig refrigerators
erators refrigerators and refrigerator cart.
by NEA 5rvK!. inc.
Mars. In 1916 Einstein brought out his theory of
relativity. In 1930 Pluto was discovered.
(3) Today, with the giant 100 and 200-inch
telescopes, the horizon of astronomy has expanded
even further into a third order of the cosmos.
The first is the sola? system. Next, the Milky Way,
of which the Sun is a minor and unimportant
member. Finally, astronomers have recognized
that the Milky Way is only one of an uncountable
number of galaxies. Science has ought up with
Giordano Bruno's vision of infinity.
Next: The Rocket Pioneers.
Maybe As Early As Monday
The President's letter, delivered
Wednesday and made public
today, was in reply to a tele telegram
gram telegram sent by Rolston while Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower was still at his vacation re retreat
treat retreat at Newport, R.I.
In the telegram, Rolston praised
the administration's position that
the Jus'ice Department should
withhold legal action on closed
schools to give "the human factors far balked at accepting on the
of good judgment and civic re-1 grounds it would take an estimat estimat-sponsibility"
sponsibility" estimat-sponsibility" an opportunity to ed one million dollrast o transform
come in'o play in areas where theltbe pavilion into an art museum museum-desegregation
desegregation museum-desegregation battle is the hottest. 'one of the suggested uses.
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White Parents Try
To Get Their Kids
Into Negro School
BECKLEY, W. Va., Sept. 26 26-The
The 26-The waieign County Board of
Education said today it had
been requested to integrate an
all-Negro school In the coal coalmining
mining coalmining community of Bdwight.
The proposal was made W
group composed mostly of white
parents Who live in the Edwight
area. A spokesman for the board
said the request had been taken
under advisement.' Edwight is 25
miles northwest of Beckley.
It was reported the school
board had planned to change
the modern five-room btl
building Into an integrated jun junior
ior junior high school this fall.
However, at the request of
Negro residents in the area, ft
was retained a a segregated
Only 25 Negro students are
now enrolled at the school which
has one Negro instructor.
White parents complained to
the school board that other
schools in the Edwight area
were, over-crowded, including
a grade school for white stu students.
dents. students. A spokesman for the NAACP
said in Charleston that he sided
with the white petitioners in
their attempt to integrate the
Attprney Willard Brown said,
"We are for integration for forward,
ward, forward, backward and sideways;"
US WorM Fair
Pavilion To Be
nazed Nert Month
BRUSSELS (UPI) -The Ameri American
can American Pavillion at the World Fair
will bet orn down next month un unless
less unless the Brussels city government
reverses its earlier refusal to ac accept
cept accept it as a gift.
The circular pavillion and the
1,200-seat adjacent theatre, which
is one of the most modern in the
world, were designed bv Edward
Stone and cost nearly six million
The Brussels city council has so
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