The Panama American


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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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a fourth six-year term in Novem November
ber November agur.:.t the Demon a tie candi candidate,
date, candidate, Slate Son. Henry Maier.
Davis "retired" immediately' to
i a h:.;el rooni for some much-needed
sleep, lie said he had made no
plans for the future, fis for cam campaigning
paigning campaigning in l half X Wiley, he
. said, "I will sv; -t and I will
vote for the Republican
The Democratic senatorial con contest
test contest in Wisconsin was won by State
Sen. Henry Maier, v,!io defeated
Elliot Walstead, a f inner Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic state chairman. Walstead
conceded with about two-thirds of
the vote counted.
In Colorado, i n. ; r Congress Congressman
man Congressman John A. Carro'l i 1 the lead
over Charles F. I an, a Scc-
rotarv nf AuHmtltn in th Tru.
man administration, i i the Demo
cratic senatorial rata. c a r roll,
who served two tern's in C o n n-gress,
gress, n-gress, polled 47,076 v ted to 43, 43,-124
124 43,-124 for Brannan.
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led h LL: 1 1 :v
Canal Zone poll
Rating the fate of
a Barbadian resu'
Teach, Co!, n, w! ')
have met i 'j
re loveli lovelier
er lovelier r t,
t r a
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LI' IV !) Il(-,ir F V
y I,j j someone s. mting for
i p I f, i another: cayuco some
i a f. t away.' .
? --y lowered sail and paddled
to ti e see r e, but found only an
f;r' y cayuco. i-
A. wilintf ahnut 1 minntc
t!iey returned to shore, towing the
empty cayuco, and reported the
lacts to ponce.- i -
I. .a-divers were sent to t h e
Scene, but results wr neirativp
Later police found the owner of
me cayuco who stated he had
loaned if tn Itnvt who hart hopn
seen setting out in it yesterday
morning ;
A check revealed that TInvf liart
suffered one or two strokes, and
that he had. a lame right leg and
a stiff rirht arm. He was describ
ed as being m bis mid-sixties.-Speculation
is that Hoyt might
have suffered another seizure in
the csyueo. r
Ti i iun Beach section s a- the Colon railroad station.
A foi ;rr Canal Zone jurist,
Jm '9 j rh J. Hancock, who
rr i suddenly in 1952 from
the i-ach of the UA District
CYu. t in Ancon, has been named
to a state judgeship in Ken Kentucky.
tucky. Kentucky. ...
M tbe time of his resignation
t 1 1 of the district court
1 t j gave ill health as the
oov. A. B. Chandler has ap ap-r
r ap-r i v,1 him a circuit Judge to
J .n, Ky. '-.
1 .. ..'i k, now 70, has recent recently
ly recently t i serving as assistant to
t1 p 1 1 .mnonwealtn. Attorney in
kerlii! ; y. .
, l .'i been federal, judge
here for about four years before
ti r nation. '-J v.-. -.'
i u r k 's new appointment as
a i --ky judge fills- a term
v a expire In January.
of his appointment
r J Panama by mall from
L .tucky. ,; .'
Leftist Cypriot
Pcrcdcrs Want -Union
With Greece
NICOSIA. Cyprus, Sept. IS
(IT) Leftist demonstrators
traded throufh the streets
i,ie yesterday carrying ban banners
ners banners and shouting slogans de de-lii
lii de-lii Hi.iini union with Greece.
I'uike and troops moved 'n
swiftly to break up the dem demonstration,
onstration, demonstration, which violated
emersenry relations in force
i this slralrtie British island.
1 r'rJflrs re arrested.

US Aslcs Russia
For Return
Of Jap Islands

WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 (UP)-
Th united States called on, Rus Russia
sia Russia today to return two islands to
Japan as a' "positive contribution
to the reduction, of tension in tile
Far East."
It made the appeal in a diplo
matic memorandum backing ja
pan's effort to regain control of
the Soviet-held islands of Etorofu
and Kunashiri in the southern Ku Ku-rUea;
rUea; Ku-rUea;
Yelterday, the United States
ledgtd a strongly worded pre-
last with Red China ever t K
sheeting down of a U. S. Navy
patrol ; plane Aug. 23. Yester Yesterday's
day's Yesterday's note demanded damages
for the loss of the plane and
The memorandum which t h e
State Department made public to
day concerning the return of the
two Jap islands was delivered to
Japan on r riday. japan bad ask asked
ed asked for a formal statement ,o U. S.
policy on the issue.
The islands have been a point of
contention in negotiations between!
Mi (. viimvm JriiinkW
Fcr F:rc!jo Hl
A fight in the Par also gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium which was later rcontinu rcontinu-ed
ed rcontinu-ed outsld.e brought two teen teenagers
agers teenagers before Judge E. L P. Ta Ta-telman,
telman, Ta-telman, the Acting Balboa Mag-'
lstrate, tin?! morning.
Found ru.. r of disturbing the
"eace were (. Hos A. Scott and
.'epphllus 'Valkyr, both 18-t-o',
i I nl.' s.
a i .1 l.i ir i c u,c. r t any
movies betwet i now and Christ
mas, and on their applying
themselves to schoolwork dur
ing an extra study-period each
2C-!jL'. :.:;I,.j ;
Sylvester M.. Pointer, an Army
Specialist Third c!.'":, escaped
with minor injuries last nipht
afW being thrown r-t of his
car after the "vehii !e i -zd-ypd
wildly off and back onto Boiivar
Highway, on the Auantic Side.
The performance occurred a
short distance, south of Gulfck
Pointer Is being ohared with
reckless driving, and liis case
will come up for he ring in
Cristobal Magistrate's court, to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, v
He is attached to the 764th
AAA Headquarters s nd Bead Bead-quarters
quarters Bead-quarters Battalion.
' His passenger, AY t Trenter
of the same outfit, v. as unin
Report of the acciJcnt said
that after Pointer's car had
veered back and, fi th several
times across the road, the left
hand door flew open and r the
driver was tnrown out.
The car continued- on, swerv swerving
ing swerving across the road again, it
went down an embankment and
through a barbed-wire fence,
but came to rest right-side up.
Pointer had bruises on his left
forehead, left cheek, shoulder
and upper, and' lower lees. .
He was given treatment at
Ft. Davis di.spen.saty and releas released,
ed, released, in the rare of his command commanding
ing commanding officer. -
In Liwwl
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The taneled affairs of the mo mo-torshlp
torshlp mo-torshlp Ouayas took another
turn for the worse yesterday
when a third admiralty libel wa&
filed against the ship.
Complainant in the action fil filed
ed filed in VS. District Court by L.
K. Cofer. shipping a Rent for
himself and as assignee of En Enrique
rique Enrique Lead, claims a total of $3, $3,-549.61
549.61 $3,-549.61 which was allegedly ad advanced
vanced advanced to the ship. for crew's
wases and supplies.
The ship is to be, sold at UJS.
District Courthouse, Ancon, on
Sept. 21, to satisfy an earlier li
bel to which the vessel's owners
did not file an answer.

Japan and Russia on a World War
II Peace Treaty. Russia did not
sign the 1951 San Francisco Trea Treaty
ty Treaty and is still technically at war

wiin japan.
Japan has renounced her claim
to the Kuriles but the disposition
of the two islands has not been
In the memorandum, the Unit United
ed United States said it is its "consider "considered
ed "considered opinion" that "Japan does not
nave me ngni 10 iransier sover sovereignty
eignty sovereignty over the territories re renounced
nounced renounced by it" in the San Fran
cisco peace treaty, s ,
Chinese Communists alrea already
dy already have expressed "great re re-"r
"r re-"r tho incident, in
which H Navy airmen lost their
lives, But they refused to admit
responsibility and indicated they
would not pay the damages be being
ing being .sought by this Country. ;
ine note was delivered In
Peiping y a British diplomat since
me vnuea atates does not main maintain
tain maintain diplomatic relations with the
vsiunese iommunists.
; The note said the United States
strongly protests this attack as
having been made without warn warning
ing warning and as unjustified. It places
the responsibility for all
including the resultant loss of A A-mencan
mencan A-mencan lives and destruction of
uicricn property, witn the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communist regime."
The protest addedvthat this aiv aiv-ernmcnt
ernmcnt aiv-ernmcnt expects Red. China "to
make payment for all damages,
including those for the loss of life
and property, resulting from this
attack by their aircraft:." ; v
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Red China Hands
Over Two Bodies -Fr
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'a two recovered fr-
the U.S. Navy patrol plane .shot
down by Red fighters off toe
Chinese mainland Aug. 23.
They were identified as those
Of William F. Haskins
I port, Conn., and Jack A. Curtis
or. nosse, Tex., both enlisted men
previously identified by the U.S.
Navy is among the 18 men a a-board
board a-board the American patrol craft
A Red Chinese broadcast said
the bodies were handed over to
the British rthnrr d'Aff aires tn
Shanghai on Wednesday.
D:r3 kibs Tex
Iol!:vo To Mexico
TroDical storm Dora Rlamme,!
against the coast of Mexico from
me uuu witn winas up to 70 mites
oer hour todav and sent hich tiio
crashing against the lower coast of
Texas.''.' v v-, .:,
'i The U. SI Weather' Bureau re
ported the storm, fourth tropical
whirler of the. year, shifted unex unexpectedly
pectedly unexpectedly toward the southwest
j : 11- 1 m
uurmg ine nignt -ana its center
would move inland near Nautla,
Mexico. ..
The storm had previously been
traveling almost due west across
the Gulf waters
at Tampico, but the shift brought
me siuiiu iauibi uie coast in -a
more southerly area.
-The too winds in souall nrtr
the center were just under full hur
ricane strengtn.

4 from US, Hired In August

Nine permanent new employ employes,
es, employes, four of them from the Unit United
ed United States, joined the Canal or organization
ganization organization during the last two
weeks in August, according to
information from the Personnel
Bureau. -
Employes from the states,
their home towns and positions
with the panama Canal are: El Elton
ton Elton L. Beard, of Newton Falls,
0-, Elton L. Beard, specifica-.
tions engineer in Engineering
Division and lone A. Malfeo, of
Staples, Minn., nurse ; at Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital; Philip C. 01 .".en, of
Alamosa, Colo, social worker,
Gorgas Hospital; and Joan W.
Wallace, of Sabuela, Iowa, nurse,
aortas 'HospitaL
- All of the employes hired lo locally
cally locally worked previously with
the Canal organization. They
are: John J. Alexaitls, locks
guard at Gatun; Ronald E. An An-cermuller,
cermuller, An-cermuller, commissary super-'
visor; Pr. Jaime Barraza, med medical
ical medical officer, Coco ITospital; Nu Nu-man
man Nu-man H. Vasques, elecUlcal en

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Users Association To Be Formed;
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Americans Bade Move In Surprise
LONDON, Seph 12 (UP) The Big Three plan to take over operation of, the
Suez Canal, Primer Minister Sir Anthony Ed told parliament today.
, He said the United States, France and Britain will "without delay" forin a "Users
Association" to keep the Canal running. .
y'This organization will bexproyisional in character but we hope it will led to a
permanent agreement he told an emergency session of Parliament.

Hussfa, Panama ;
CAIRO, Sept. M-(UP) Rus Russia
sia Russia and Panama have official officially
ly officially approved Eeypt'a call for a,
new Sues conference, the sem-i-off:clal
Mideast News Agency
reported today. ,:u Mtsst'.:
The agency said Russia and
Panama Were two of eight
countries which have formally;
approved of President Nasser's
plan for the new Sues confer conference
ence conference f
The other nations, the agen agency
cy agency said, were Communist Chi Chi-rj,
rj, Chi-rj, Indonesia, fi r:"?niMan,
loir -n jiiiiiK.jy to inform
Egypt of their approval. ;
'Oneratlne a bus which had
defective brakes -netted a $15
f 1 n e in Balboa Magistrate's
Court today for Eustacio cam cam-DO
DO cam-DO 42. Colombian.
, Gopal Mukerjee, 18, Indian,
was fined $10 for intoxication.
Following too closely while
driving a bus resulted in a fine
of $10 for Margarito Isaacs, 34,
Panamanian, s
. Jose Manuel del Rio, 54. Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was fined $10 for
btarting an Army bus without
saiety. : :-Commissary
Commissary :-Commissary trespass resulted
in $10 fines each for Diamantl
na Maria Delgado, 43, Panama
nian, Dallla Rodriguez de Vas Vas-quez.
quez. Vas-quez. 36, Panamanian, and Ra
mon Rodriguez, 34, Panamanian.
tnrique mnon. 34, ranama
nlan, was fined $10 for parking
a bus illegally in the Corozal
laundry area,
; Ruff No More
12 (UP) Postmaster Thomas
Radics disclosed today his letter
carriers now are equipped to calm
harrassing dogs. ; The mailmen
carry dog biscuits. .-,
gineer, Engineering D' vision;
and John II. Caldwell, marine
maintenance foreman, Naviga Navigation
tion Navigation Division.
' Alexaitls worked for a year In
1952 as a helper in the Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Bureau and later as a file
clerk in the Administrative
Angermuller held several Jobs
as a student assistant with the
Canal organization from 1945 to
1949 and laier worked for a time
as a sanitary inspector and com commissary
missary commissary assistant. ;
Barraza was a resident oph ophthalmologist
thalmologist ophthalmologist at Gorgas Hospital
and later.was staff physician at
Coco Solo Hospital. ;-. .:
Vasauez. was emntovri an
electrical engineer in the Elec
trical Division rrom 1954 to 1955
and for the past year has been
StUdVinp at the -'University nf
Caldwell, was employed with
fh riredffinof Division ami irrrv
Service from 1940 to 1947 and

again irojn to 1S5J.

4 GpQfai Suez,
Jells Pmlkmem
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: "If the Egyptian, government failt to cooperate with
this organization they will be considered to have breached
(the 1888 convention,",. Edert said, 'r . ,. -'The'eald
House of Commons erupted in cheers and
opposition boos as Eden disclosed the totally-unexpected
joint move by th tig three. American support- had not
been expected for such firm action. ...
! "The BritisK, and French government vwill then feel
free to take euch other steps either through the United
Nations r elsewhere as are deemed necessary.",
(Q He indicated thus that the United. States had drawn
a line against enforcing the new big three takeover

The opening sections of .Eden's
speech did not disclose how the
Western nowers Intend ,to en
force Egyptian acceptance of
the rf volutionary plan.
He pdt full American oacklng
for it ,.i a message delivered to
t a ya rnlr5 -v II S
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t.aik. Li re.
. This was the Western answer
to EgypUan President Nasser's
flat rejection of the Dunes pian,
which was far ; more lenient
than the out-and-out U.S.-Brlt-
ish-French "User's Association"
disclosed today, ;i : A
The! association will .collect
the Canal tolls, hire the Canal
pilots and operate the water waterway,
way, waterway, Eden said. He added that
It will pay fair returns, to
Egypt. '.-;r--'vT
The decisions of the 18 powers
(on the Dulles Plan), Eden said,
may well be regarded as a min minimum
imum minimum renuirement In the light
of what has happened and In
the interests or wnas-wie ua?r
nations have at Stakes
He said "an organization shall
be set Up witnous aeiay w etmuie
the users ortne canai w exer exercise
cise exercise their rights."
The first sten" to nressure
Egypt into accepting the bold
plan had aireaay neen wsen. n
was a virtual recall to the non non-Egyptian
Egyptian non-Egyptian pilots, engineers and
Pc!:tc Station;
At Least 20 KiUcd
717PTTCiTT?rf int 12 t UP)
Araba press reports said Israeli
"invaders oiew up viu""
police station in Hebron, Jordan
earlv today and killed at' least 20
Jordanians. ;
"The new Incident orougni w ii
tv- .iixiut irah and Israelis
I reported killed in border clashes
within the last 38 nours ana uiri-
ened the Middle East ,wnn ye
another crisis.
It came at a time of heightened
Israeli tension over the Sues Canal'
that followed reports the West
n,nnM it wiiiffo F.evnt' blockade
of Israeli shipping in any action
against Egyptian seizure, wi u
W ii vr taj
The tension spread to the borders
of Isreal and its Arab neighbors
today and Jordan cnargea inai
isMoti fnfKtt. tnvaflerl Jordan a-
round midnight and inflicted heavy
casualties. .
Arab press Teports put the tnvad tnvad-tn
tn tnvad-tn fnree at infantry battalion
strength to 1,000 menr
. Firvnt rhareed tnai an israeu
'ITtTimtiafi rritnrv vestr-
llivaucu p n a 1 1 J J
day and lulled tive r.gypuan.
Israeli foreign oince oiaciais ac ac-cved
cved ac-cved Jordan of killing six Israeli
nIHiai-a anrf wnnnHinS three Others
last night inside Isreal; A spokes
man said the israeu vicymi were
dragged across the border to make
Bnntta- thov (1 nil 1t1VO.rl.Ml -I (ITl Si fl
Tha nnLr0sman -(aid rlearlv-
marked bloodstains lea to ine oor-
der and that splinters from jordani
mnrfar ihella wprn found 'inside
Israel. He said the facts were es
tablished by a Jordan-Israel mixed
armistice commiiuoi.

administrators who now operate

tn canai.
''If military precautions were
jusuiiea a month ago. they are
justified now and I must make
it plain that the government has
no Intention of relaxing them,"
iv:'"n .i.
i 9 respor m: t for
co-t.... nation of trauic Uirough
the Canal and, in general, will
act a volnntarv assnriatinn
for the' exercise of the rights of
we tjuez uaruu users.
Ttvinj, ll!in Win
0.1 66 Qu2sli:n
C:I C:i Ex-Skrtsl
NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (UP)
Twin teenage girls accepted $16,
000-and a former silent v screen
star lost the .same amount last
night on "The $64,000 Question"
television quiz program.
Caryl and Susan Volkman, 19.
year old twins from Studio City.
Calif., decided to accept .the $16,. I
oou they Had won three previous
appearances In their category of
Lina Basquette, former silent
screen star, of Chalfont, Pa.,
was stumped by t he $K,000
question, but her diiappointmant
was aeftened by a consolation
riza of a 1954. Cadillac converti convertible.,,,,
ble.,,,, convertible.,,,, .......
Her category was animals' and
she .was given reproductions of
five sets of animal tracks and ask
ed to identify the animal by name
or family that made each set of
tricks.. The five were the oppo-
sum, polar bear, lynx, wold and
bison.. Miss Basquette named only!
Uie la-t. :.:.."'. ''i-
Gioanna Ferrara, 23, of Rob Robbie,
bie, Robbie, Lemtllina Pavia, Italy, top
money winner ($1,000) in her
country's counterpart of the
$44,000 shew, wen $1,000 In her
'initial appearance en her know.;
'dge Of American history.
Miss Ferrara. who will return
next week, answered her ques questions
tions questions through ainterpreter, Amer
ican-born John Estern oi uagen,
Utah. r "

Cyanide Cocktail Main Ingredient
I:i Fashionable NY Suicide Recipe

wrw vnnir Rent 12 (UPV-
The school teacher daughter of
a prominent attorney was iouna
dead by poison in a west side hotel
trvH j- Sh had rAffistered with1 a
Turkish student who said he had
mixed a cyanide highball tor mm mm-self
self mm-self and then went for a walk, po police
lice police said. ' I
Th itsait sirl waa Identified IS
Avis Gray, 25, daughter of Dr. Her;
man A. Gray, a law proiessor a
New York University and a Brook
lyn dental clinics for the Depart
ment of Health.
lass Gray returned in April from
Istanbul Turkey, where she had
tani'hi anrf atnHiAil at tha American
University for the last two years
roiice said sne ana nuga in in-fld,
fld, in-fld, an exchange student from
Turkey, registered at the Park
Crescent Hotel ea Riverside


M- f V .-
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Gamal Abder Nasser .(left) bids goodbye to Australian Prime
Minister Robert Menzics at Cairo after the conference on
the 'Suez Canal crisis ended In failure.

Suez i;iLis Plan lo

Friday; Egypt
rrATnrv Sent 12 fUP ) A
HIGH RANKING. rench employe.
thA Rum Canal administration in
formed Egypt today that canal
pilots from five western nations
planned a mass resignation Friday
An official Fffvntian 'source 1m-
moHiniptv rnm merited that "this
ia a -onsniraev worked nut before
hind to obstruct the navigation of!
the suez canai v
Th- French chief of the Suez Ca
nal nnvipatinn Art inn told EgVOt's
canal admnistration board today
tba: BntisD, t rencn vuica, Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian and Italian canal pilots and
employes were ready 4o walkout
The way for the 14 pilots to
walk out was cleared ytitarday
whtn the eld Sues Canal Com Company
pany Company announced in Paris it had
authorized. Its former employas
to resign if they wanted. .'
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Wine Cmdr. All Sabri. chief po
litical adviser to President Gamal
Abdel Nasser, immediately ac accused
cused accused Britain and France of deli deliberately
berately deliberately provoking an incident in
order to seize the canal, '-- ;,'-
The mass 'resignation announced
today includes the five nations who
provide most of the key officers
who guide ships through the canal
61 French, 34 British, 14 Dutch, 10
Norwegian and two Italians.
Today Paul Rrymond, who was
held over from the old company
as chief of the canal navigation se section,
ction, section, sent the1 notice to Col. Mah Mah-moud
moud Mah-moud Younes. deputy chairman
of the Egyptian administration
drive yesterday morning as "Hu- :
ga and Avis Sienfald, litanbul litanbul-Turkey."
Turkey." litanbul-Turkey." Sienfald walked Into
a police station at 3:30 a.m. and 1
reported his companion had tak taken
en taken poison.
Miss Gray's body, fully clothed,
was found sprawled across the
double bed in room 421. Beside her
was a glass which held a colorless
Police said Sienfeld, told them
It was a mixture of sodium cya cya-rile
rile cya-rile and watar which he m a d o
for himsalf, He said that Miss
Gray pretested: "No, na, go
take a walk."
He told poUce he did that and
found her dead when he returned,'
an new later.
He gave no clear explanation of
why either he or miss Gray should
have wanted to kill themselves.


Cries Foul
The withdrawal covered aot only
the pilots but also other canal em employes
ployes employes such as engineers, .techni .technicians
cians .technicians and administrators.
Police Go To D:g$
n Teeners
Rock Roll Slsn:p
' LONDON, Sept 12. (UP) -Teenage
"rock 'n' roll" riots became
a vexing problem for British po police
lice police yesterday.
Authorities at Lewishsm, a
London suburb, had te use pa-
lice dogs Monday night te help
break up a riot during a show showing
ing showing of the American film "Reck
Around the Clock."
' One policeman was knocked in
to the seats by dancing teenagers
who went wild in the theater
aisles. -
The incident at Lewishanv waa
similar to others in theaters else elsewhere
where elsewhere in the London area.
' A boy leaped to the i t a g e
chanting "rock. rock. rock.": Oth
ers left their seats to rock V
roll in the aisles and pandemoni pandemonium
um pandemonium resulted. 1
The teen-agers surged into the
streets and' police reinforcements
with dogs had to be called out be before
fore before order was restored.
U!l Truce tern
Finds Bcdbs
JERUSALEM. Sent. 12 (UP)
United Nations truce Inspectors
said yesterday they found bod bodies
ies bodies of six Israeli soldiers inside
Jordan territory.
The inspectors wwe investi investigating
gating investigating an Israeli claim that Jor Jordanian
danian Jordanian machinegunners fired on
an Israeli patrol, killing six and
wounding three. An Israel army
spokesrnan said the incident oc occurred
curred occurred near Jawayina, south of
Beit Glvrin In Israel
The Inspectors said they found
the bodies at three separate
points in Jordan several hun
dred yards east of the border de
marcation line. The location was
between Beit Qivrln and Heb
ron, which Is In Jordan.;
The Israeli spokesman said
the bodies were dragged Into
Jordan, but an Arab broadcast broadcasting
ing broadcasting station said the Israeli pa patrol
trol patrol penetrated 200 yards into
Jordan and exchanged fire with
Jordanian national guaidtmaa
la a two-hour claala.

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'-'In the Sunday edition of this nawspaper,' an anonymous
letter1 appeared as it was broadcast by trie British radio to
Nicosia v 5 1
This anonjmous pen pal was urging the Cypriot people to
turn against their lighters lor. the liberation ol that island
from British rule.
It Is oavious that this sort of propaganda does not even
live up to the standards of cleverness or tne propaganda metn metn-Ods
Ods metn-Ods displayed by other arbitrary rulers of our tunes. It is cer cer-tainly
tainly cer-tainly wishful thinking, on the part of those gentlemen that
even one of the heroic lightera could betray, this most sacred
struggle for freedom. 1 '
. it is not the potlcy of this Committee to answer anonymous
letters. Blnce. however, the British authorities iaCyprus en endorsed
dorsed endorsed and used the views of the mysterious author we pose
the following question: ;7.
1. How is it possible for any reasonable man td be led to
believe that a handful (according to the British official esti estimates,
mates, estimates, to which the letter writer fully agrees) or so tailed
terrorist can terrorize 500,000 of the island'! inhabitants In
the presence of at least 30,003 select members of the Briton
Armed Forces? Could it be tnat this "handful" constitutes
the overwhelming majority, of the Cypriots? -.
2. if we are to accept the views of the author of this let letter,
ter, letter, the vast majority of the Cypriots fear and hate E.O.BLA.
and the inhabitants are satisfied with the British rule. If so,
' why -does not the British Government prove this by secret bal ballot,
lot, ballot, which is the democratic procedure? could it be that they
are really fearful of the majority's determination to rid them

selves of tne Briusn ruie?
Committee tor Cyprus,

Labor News

l Th3'Hole in Adlai's Shea

.. Sir:' -.

This will be 'the, first year in Canal Zone tackle football

; that the Athletic uud nas xouno a. impwADi w
4-.tiniv if. i nnt. hecausa there are not ready and willing

young working men, but because of the restrictions that have

been put on mem py w. van. uu. ovuwu.
The restriction in, age has made it practically impossible
for any young working man to play football because by the
time tney get out of high school or junior college they are
practically considered over the age already. The local boys who
re O.L veterans are completely out except those who attend
CJ5J.C. (There is no age limit for J.C. players.)
. The preferred trend of thought in the schools division Is
that older, more experienced men would hurt the young school
boys, but the reverse is already a proven fact." ;
The worry faolng all the. athletic instructors concerning
the Jamboree is-.whlch, team will have to play the two con consecutive
secutive consecutive quarters in order to make up for. the., absence ,pf the
Athletic Club, which has always participated In the Jamboree?
Will it be Cristobal or Junior College
Since the Athletic Club will not 6e able to field' team
the iootball fam and the ichool S.A. are in for a considerable
cut In ratnes and money. 'v
Lets reminisce for a moment over the Athletic Cltib-Al-brocK
g.n tf 1854. The entire proceeds ci this game was
allotted to the Cancer tund, No single Canal Zone organiza organization
tion organization has ever exceeded this amount for the Cancer Fund. This
contribution was made by community-minded young men, yet
these same men are denied the chance to play a sport loved
by all. The canal Zone Schools have never donated for such
a cause, in such, a way. -....- :
It la now obvious, tnat a minority within the school divi division
sion division are throttling older boys who want to play football,' and
depriving fans who want to see more football. Why are these
same men allowed to play all other sports without age restric restrictions,
tions, restrictions, but not football? I
It remains unclear to the public as to. whether the schools
ire sports conscious or-win conscious.'
. The object of this latter is to try to strike a persuasive
chord in the minds of those people who are in the position
to bring Canal Zone football to its original status.
. J.C Students.

There is no doubt that Walter

Reuther,' the man with tne built built-in
in built-in dynamo, will have bis choice of

several cabinet posts u Adlai

Stevenson turns in a surprise win
election night. The Detroit red

head is closer to the Democratic
candidate than Arthur Miller is to

Marilyn Monroe.

Those on the inside know that
Reuther is the only major labor

leader who bis plunged into this

e.mpaign with all he's got and

that includes everything from

county fair tents to the brightest
political television and radio pro

gramming wis side 01 the spectac spectaculars.
ulars. spectaculars. Although there has been
considerable talk inside labor of

campaigning for Stevenson and Ke

fauver. practically all but a hand-

iui or uie major union chiefs will

drift through this campaign like

auiumn leaves on a mill pond.
Some union leaden will h m

Europe. Others will be busv with

their own organizing drives. Few

win pull the strings off the gold
pokes.- ... ... )- j. i

Most union chiefs are fnllnwinir

the lead of George Meany, grand

maaier 0i me laoor lodge, who is
described as being "militantly un un-enthusiastic,
enthusiastic, un-enthusiastic, over the entire cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Some of us noted this last
week during the AFL-CIO high

i-uoimana session wnen I asked
him if he.had heard from Stevenson
or planned to contact him.

Meany answered Quite fnTW Ha

said, SQ.

I asked If h inteniW in

' -..VI. Vf UIGbt

otevenson, now that tne high com

manu n a d recommended t h e

euugrsemeni or tne Democratic

nominees, weany was more loqua

cious this time. He eaid, ''No," but
added" "I suppose we'll" run into
each other somewhere as we both

ei arouna ine country' .-jt

with questions. He says what he

weans or ne t vnn- r .n.nni

acu you. inat s it.

UUt Meanv'l nnstiMi

jn;a won i, or course, keep him
trora passing on the AFL-CIO
nigh command's recommendation
i&U3 ?,Ual union Presidents
at the Hotel Shprmiin in i-ki..

Board." There Is no doubt that h
will endors stvann. j

ttuver' fte' considerable decibels

-1 c wiiionea nn nv uriir ..:h

Jim ,Carev anrf m nr.u.l

T W111 De. most
effective camna miAr r

Jlean? TJ11 ""i Pn K and after!

aua w uvn noun the special
0 ? m?!tin
journ. The wiser of the 1 a b o r

retnllo I headquarters which has
a sort of upstairs wine nllr t.


upstairs wine cellar at-

There had been consIderablA f !tf

m aomv quarters about inviting
the two presidential nrimin... .!

Iddress the 1M labor caliphs. But
Hi! Le?.ort K MMny vetoed

"uu nu wisnes were

the idea


Sir;- .,.
I so heartily agree with former Red, White and Blue Trouper
that I am compelled to add my say: if you think there is too
much emphasis on baseball v.-hich Is not part of the Schools
Division just check on the amount of the Student Associa Association
tion Association money that is set aside for high school football
If one tenth of that money -yru used to encourage the fine
swimmers on the Isthmus, either in actual meets or water polo,
the Canal Zone would once again achieve" the fame brought to
It by Alma Mann, Byrne Hutcaings, Helen Reynolds and mem members,
bers, members, too numerous to mention by name here.vy v
Can anything be done before the 6A money is portioned
out to a sport which is not indulged n from choice, but forced
upon very male registered in High School? Heaven forbid
that my son at 30 should look like one of the football coaches!
Give me the s'eek look of a swimming coach! "Do you remem remember
ber remember the Saturday morning races for ft five-cent candy bar bar-bought
bought bar-bought and paid for by Qreiser, himself ? And do you remem remember..
ber.. remember.. 4 . . ,-'
.. -Another former Trouper,"



I would like to address this to the Schools Division, in

particular the Physical Education Department. r,
I have heard several young girls complaining about the fact
that they have to take shower after tym class. They're not
griping about scrubbing up, but just about the lack of privacy
forced upon them. It seems there is only one communal show showerno
erno showerno curtain or anything. Many of the young girls .are just
reaching the age of maturity and are, quite naturally' modest.
This free-for-all shower, system is shattering their morale.
Outside of consideration for the jroung girls feelings,
comes another point? ";,....y.
r It has been proven medically, or at least .It is the conten contention
tion contention of doctors here that taking showers after violent exercise
is definitely harmful to the health. -This -liv fact-haa been
pointed out as one of the "don'ts" in the precautions to be
taken against nollo. .How then can the CZ Schools tvstem force

our children to defy this precaution? Even horse trainers know

Better,- they aont nose down horses after strenuous workout
anymore. -'
, Also, some youngsters are more "susceptible to colds than
ethers, Why iorce them all to take showers? They can cer certainly
tainly certainly clean up in their own homes after they have had a
chance to eool off and rest fiom the gym activities. 1
Can we mothers hear something about this from any of
the physical ed teachers who have Information on the sub subject?
ject? subject?
x-- Slightly Perturbed, k


Editor, Mail Box'

10 September 19S8.

The students of Land Divided, failed to complete their let letter
ter letter of Sept 4. Fill in the Big l)iUh, replant the jungle, and see
that Colombia gets Panama back, as the province It used to
be before 19C3.
The "Students" should advocate that Manhattan Island be
given back to the Dutch, the rst of the country back to the
Indians, and the few descendants of tne Puritans and the mil

lions of etrlt"nts can return to oblivion, from whence they

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wmGiXfmthll In NerYoni

beai "WW: Diane "Adrian. a.

singer, pnonea rrom uiudad Itu Itu-jillo,
jillo, Itu-jillo, Dominican Republic, to soy
the papers reported Greene Court Courtney
ney Courtney (involved in' the Bob Harrison

shooting) was sineine at El Em

btjador Hotel there. That's not

true.-Diane is singing there. How
can reporters right on the scene

get .it so wrong: ... . The Skitch

(Steve Allea show) Hendersons

(Fayzee. Emerson) will probably
deny it again, but Skitch is dwell dwelling
ing dwelling at the Yale Club. (Mebbe she's
repainting their aoartment) i

Sleuths from The House Un-Am'er-I

ican Activities Comm. are delving

mto tne aiiceett prd-commy: back;

grouna 01 a ey xorKer mag tea

ing Phil Waddell,' the talented
chap from the Colony Music Shop
on B'way? The one who juggles
chairs etc. on tips of pencils in
his teeth -. ; That lovely mambo
dancer at: Elmer's was "Miss FV

of 55' from Mexico City. Her

name is &coor (scooiuna) null.
Born at Portland, Oregon Amer American
ican American parents. Lived in Mexico

since a little girl. She's here seek

ing tv commercial jobs. Wanna
help? . Reminder: You are
due back in Washington Monday
for you-knowhat . .That hand

some cop (3 children) killed in
Queens (when he started question questioning
ing questioning a car-tamperer) was alone in
his police car. Why are cops alone
in cars in any part of this jungle,

Most of the cbntribbers are wor

ried you haven't used f ur ofler-1

Right after th T-tt,..

i? Hustings and for weeks
A!,tt,,.?u carrying on the
personal political assault oh Presi President
dent President Eisenhower. This is valuable
service, indeed, lor Walter is one
of the nation's few real orators and
t,flu,'tW P"wling Auto
Union whip up meetings almost
anywhere in this land. '-
. It is not generally recognized vet
but Reuther will be aiming for
" two most pivotal bloc of votes
- the farm tallies and the labor
ballots. Reuther is going after that
rural vote and you need only to
nave been In the upper Michigan

a cuuisiua me ower weex to realise
UllS. r,
. The Michigan CIO, which Is
devoted to the Auto Union chief,
spread a-tent in each of thr

counties where, even if you look

naro. you won t rmd enough union
men, to fill a beer hall; But this

lector was the battleground of

wtiivani oairy iarmers- during a

mus siriKe earner tun vnr

In thousands of farm hnut n

yonder the CIO booklets on leffis-

.....j. -

- twvaub mwui now snare

laDie space with mall order cata

logues. me uu pieces ware

aismouted m .the tents.

There will be other labor leaders
active tin this campaign, of cour

AFL CIO executive committee

member Jim Carey wasted about
two hours after getting home from
the Democratic convention before

ne ran a big Stevenson Kefauver
banner across the front of his
Electrical Union headauartera in

But Reuther, who said the other
day that labor would try to raise

4,uw,wo political dollars in the
next few weeks, will be talking to
Stevenson's strategists on tactics

and policy as well as sDeech

matting .,...;"..
, If the .red head helos nut Steven.

son In the White House, the new

nresident will ask Reuther into the


ture scribe. I have his name but

promised not to use until they'. Mr, Police Commissioner?

make it public. Tne same guy

you ve tipped so many times

Law & Order says the arrv t of

the Weinberger Baby kidn
saved your life. Some 1

planned taking you for the Uj.uw

reward and "leaving you" some

place.- ;

Perry Como's current nlatter

("bomeDody up There Likes Me")

is his last until Oct. 8th ... So

that you can be the first to intro

duce his next click on your first
. L. ' mT -. m.

icevee snow via ntK am.
Perry told RCA-Victor he wanted

to go along with them so your

first program v could demonstrate
what you meant when you told
teevee reporters you hoped to

make it "slightly different" So

far as presenting some stars .

Kooerta Sherwood phoned ; from

Vegas. Said her 3 sons have re

turned to her husband in Miami

and that everyone she loves is

how back' East j She plays the
Riverside Hotel, Reno next week,
then the Mo in H'wood. Jan. 10th

she is booked for the Ches Paree.

Chi. Then Windsor, Ontario,' then

Eden Roc, Miami Beach. She s
thrilled -.about being on your 3rd


.l . Howt the U.N. Table In
Lindy's? The one where the Run-

yon diplomatic corps and intellec

tuals wager on history, etc .
Marlene Dietrich lost U lbs in the
heat of Rome, work, etc ( ; Jerry
Joseph (of the Colony Music Shop)
and Ronny Green merge Oct 28th
. .in We are getting mail appeals
from folks seeking a job with the
new tv program. I told all to con

tact director-producer Alan Hand Hand-ley,
ley, Hand-ley, care Wm. Morris Agency.

"My Fair Lady" may be tops
on Bway but it's only No; 3 on
the best selling music albums list
. . One and Two are H. Bela Bela-fonte
fonte Bela-fonte and "King ft I" Radio
Daily-Television Daily (the "Ted
Green colyum) first paragraphs:
"Accordina to a nnll takpn hv

Teen-Age Survey, Inc. WW is the

fry av'

Are you going to appear at the

Mirror's big show in the Garden

Sunday night? The Ted Mack Am

;s. I told a.i you had scads of v0,n'e newscaster among the na-

your own . ; Do I undersUndl "r yKjs ; . won't for for-you
you for-you correctly? That "Heartbeat et .to,.end to popular
will henceforth' J be the Monday Rak Jolsom(RCA-NBC). It's his
col'm in N.Y.? . Man About j"d Mrs.' Folsom's 39th ann'y.
Town for Wedzdees?, .. T told ,ey h,vi 21 8rsndtott ... Vari Vari-all
all Vari-all not to double plant on you- ety wports Roberta Sherwood's
that you will, return what you:new.Zwk,y-?ge. is 3-000- She
don't use ; .1 tried to contact got. week (in January '36)
Chickie DeWitt (of, Baltimore) to' f nd ?.ttk (six months ear ear-find
find ear-find out what Govi McKeldia did -s.Jum ; in Miami Joints,
about the press there who want adds: "WmcheU has made
to do something about the mentally 1 5,er career ,Peoni eause"
ill in Maryland. No can reach her Wevw MW;El Morocco so crowded
. . The Gov.' said he'd see their reopening night. Both bands
committee. I assume he did-but 'have sucha hot beat ; Over Over-you'd
you'd Over-you'd think they'd let you know ear Camillo'si "He used to
.. . Try the new Cup n Saucer f CelD-' Now he's just a Ce
on W. 57th St. between 5th and loDl

6th. Oof ly nize plaze. ...

the Jones

Mr. Sinatra's friend Peeirv Con

nolly opened at the Blue Angel last
night. Her best platter is "Gentle-

Rnherta T.inn anil

Boys opened at the Copa last! mai, Friend.'? On the Bethlehem
night. Debut for both acts. More -. Oops, you erratumed on

anon s You wondered if Run

yon's famed poem on jockey
Sande ended in "boot in' those win

ners in" (or "home") r "In"

is correct "Home" ,is used only

once in the classic. I found it in

the pocket book edition of Damon

Kunyon s Foems or men"

ateur Show, etc. How about bring- He, could sure write-' Love it aU

n C 1
I Ax ,1 Ml
, ...A

' WASHINGTON Senate s'a'ls ri-
are inves; ;a,.ng charges that t:.e i-v t
government loyalty program his: i-P (
discriminated against .Negroes. IwiiiVJ
; They have already documented the 1
several cases for the ConsUtution-Tin
al Rights Subcommittee. They have1 curny r -advised
Chairman Tom Henmnps' w., 0-.
(D.,Mo.) that many Negroes can'ti The t
afford lawyers to defend them-' to Pre- t
Selves a aainst sppnritv rhart sc inT f. i

Those who are cleared often can'ti ?'i f,-.'t m r

get their government jobs back, and bahy I v, t
The Post Office, -for example. I are r. v' to
WOn'l takA fiarlr -Tnhnnin rki.nnn MM ) ...

v vu.ll.4Ut. AUlll.aU. M 111 Ul.rlillfr (U
though the Civil Service Commis-lelsewlmc," 1

biuu iis given mm a Clean ioyaityjw.fe as rt 1
bill.,His wife, Ada, dismissed from! after vf ,.f i
the Government Printing nrhral i"..

- "O D V Ul

nusbanq, is also out of work. s

ine agencies wiggled out of re

storing mem w their joDs by citine

a Justice Department memo
which claims the aovernment

r j
f. v. a

In a s;-- n a tvx i: s
you apoRe of a man I :g Suot
in the back
"Mr. President," he contkue-3,
"I have been shot in the back. I

have done nothing. 1 only asK lor

n...w. v.u'ju. uic surciuiiirui. nave uune nuuiiu. i uuiy an ijr
doesnt need to rehire suspended justice and a right to make a

.. w. u t...v uuu uie niiuui io UYllig ... A iul. t ivuir:it,
months, Most security cases drag before my God and my President
AH CA li-tncr it'a mrmedKla 4 UL.. T I. I. ..

w 0V amiAiaoiui iu ajpijuii i nave never ucca a iiscsiiutL
for reinstatement within the time or had anything to do with ary
limit i n i. i


Duncan, whn had nnc helnnoo

to ine len-wmg cateteni Workers
T : i .i i

Communist erganization. This wiJ

oe soown w any iau"-minaea per

son who will read the copy of

- -i "".ft vmtmia nuiAClSIWU' WUU Will TfdU U1C t"y Ul
Union, joined .the postal service what was brought out at boih of
in IOaT Tn. 1- i

... a.. awu jtcaia taier, ne was my neanngs.
investigated and cleared of secur- EventuaUy, the pair applied to
ltv chareea. Hi wif latar ent fh Cr,M rr,mmic.;nn .....

- .11 VJ Vl T "1 VWlllllllUOlWll Ull"
Job. with the Government Printing der a little-used regulation for jo'j
Office. : r v J clearance. Thev were apain in-

Suddenlv: in 1953. h w In lttiotoiH

vestigated for associating with her, found "no reasonable doubr of
husband. In other words, she was their loyalty. Yet under a techni-

accused as a security risk be
Cause tit kinchin with hr hue.

(- - v V.. UUU
band, whn hnri nravimtfilv Kon

judged a loyal government work

This eailHH th tiMrino KnnJ

COnsiderabla mhirrimnt until

the Post Office Denartmpnf nhlicr.

ingly offered to reopen its case
...mat AU. L .... 1. I &

uib iiuuauu. nunoui re-

calitv Drovided hv Attorney f;pn.

eral Brownell, the government is
still refusing to reinstate them.
Meanwhile, Johnnie is working
as a janitor, and Ada is doing
housework to make ends meet.
Note: The Constitutional Rights
Subcommittee is also looking into
the case of three other Negro
postal workers Harry, Alvin,

gard for double jeopardy, all the ard Robert Bonner, who were
Old chareea were rahachn1 mnAittrA tnr i..itin itk tii.ia

on the second go-round Johnnie! mother, an alleged pinko.

. i .
! Noted Names

Answer to Previous Puzzft.


Liz Taylor's next film, "The

Giant." She's1 MGM, but it is a
Warner's picture i Directed bv

George Stevens and produced (V
think) by Henry Ginzberg. You
said the pic was Metro's . How
about asking Arth urLoew for
Elizabeth Taylor for your "class"
bit?" ,V'J "...-.. -i

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4 Distant
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12 Humorist,"
George -13
. the Terrible
14 Region
15 Limb
16 Emissary
18 Endears
20 Acts
21 Sailor.
22 Wife of Osiris
24 Profit
26 Flesh food
J7 Knock; -30
32 Ohio city
34 1 .
351 ,a6:t
36 Worm n'
37 Excavates
39 Hue
40 Fruit
41 Skelton
42 Kind of tie
45 Closest
49 Declaration
51 At this time
52 Orifice In
; Indiaa
54 Three a
55 Enervates

Jit Wanders idly

57 Oriental coin
1 Bundle t" i
2 Britain's -Anthony
i Denials

4 East Indian
5 Always
6 Scottish girl
7 Abstract
' being .' L
t Walking
9 Incite
10 Bacteriologist,
11 Hearing
17 Newspaper
,. executive ;
19 Hand
23 Cloys
24 Entrance
25 War god
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28 Arabian gulf
29 Harbor -31
33 Tardier
38 Classes
40 Is ovcrfond
41 Grades
42 V:p"-s

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in Arthurian ;
legend ,
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 (UP)' agents are decking Into funds', of

Federal tax agents are ckectang
a 2 million dollar "educational
fund raised by the oil industry to
drum up support for the controver controversial
sial controversial natural gas bill, Senate inves

tigators disclosea waay.
rhoirman John L. McClella

(D Ark.) of the special Senate

lobbying coramiuee w
ternal Revenue Service is trying
to determine if oil companies vio violated
lated violated tax laws when they deduct deducted
ed deducted their contributions to the fund
as business expense.
Mn..,tiii Frnit O. Prior,

president of Standard Oil Co. of
r i t i .:.,Ut man Mm.

Indiana, roia me eigw
mittee that two additional compa company
ny company salesmen sent telegrams to
mw nf r.oneress urging sup

port of the gas bill without first

getting ine consent ui u
Prr described the move .as
"an rrr." He "vary dsfmiU dsfmiU-y"
y" dsfmiU-y" deplored the practice of
sending what MeClellan has call called
ed called "forged telegrams t mem members
bers members of Congress and charging
the cost to marketing expenses.
The company inspired the send sending
ing sending of about WO telegrams to
Sen. Edward J. Thye (R-Mmn.)
" some of which were wrs4 f
Congress parsed the gas bill,
which would have exempted inde independent
pendent independent natural gas producers
rfirt federal controls. But

President Eisenhower vetoed it be because
cause because of the "arrogant" lobbying
tatties of some oil industry repre representatives.
sentatives. representatives.
. MeCMbn placed in the tu-anng

the Natural Gas and Oil Resourc

es Committee, financed by the ma major
jor major oil companies. 1
Prior testifitd thaf a Standard
'subsidiary, Stanolin Oil and Gas
Co., contributed $100,000 te the
educational fund and charged it
off as a business expense. A. L.
. Nicktrton, president of Socony Socony-Mobile
Mobile Socony-Mobile Oil Corp., New Y a r k,
said his firm contributed $114, $114,-000
000 $114,-000 and made similar tax de deduction.
duction. deduction. .

Officials of the natural gas com committee
mittee committee said it spent hone of the
educational fund on lobbying acti activities
vities activities but conducted a campaign
to answer critics of the gas bill.

Delk's lettetf said "If it is de-l

termined that one of its principal!. Tl)e ; best views of the billion billion-purposes
purposes billion-purposes was or is lobbying or at., dollar seaway and power projects

Seaway Project
Offers Sights

fcfASSENA, N.Y. (UP)- Onu
of the greatest engineering spec spectacles
tacles spectacles in history is on display this
year for thousands of tourisls
along a 40-mile stretch of the St.
Lawrence River between Canada

and the United Slates. i

Estimates of visitors to the site

of the St. Lawrence Seaway and

Power Projects range up to three-!

quarters of a million. Here is
what they see: . -- ';.
The world-famous International
Rapids that soon will disappear.
' A couple of villages being
moved intact to new locations.

. Huge steel and concrete power

plants and dams that will change
the flow of the St. Lawrence and
create a 30-mile long lake where
the meandering river now exists.
Giant locks capable of handling
25,000 ton merchant ships and

ocean-going liners.

Governor Urges A-Plants
For South- Plan Opposed

Vs., Sept. 12 (UP) Gov. James
E. Folson of Alobama .yesterday
urged construction o a 20 million'
dollar nuclear test station to ush usher
er usher Dixie's industry into the atom-'
ic age. The proposal ran into ici j
mediate opposition. :
Foisom proposed to the South Southern
ern Southern Governors' Conference that
tttaoin thrdlu cmfwyp vbgkqi
the test station be financed ant
administered jointly by 18 south southern
ern southern states. j
Gov. LeRoy Collins of Florida,
however, said that the states
should wait and see whether such
a facility couid be financed pri pri-valeiy.
valeiy. pri-valeiy. ihe suites, he said; migr.(
contribute to the cost.

Collins also called foe further
study cn Folsom's proposal that

the southern states should orga

nize a united front for the develop
ment of atomic energy.
Foisom recommended that the
conference appoint. committee
to study his proposal. He also
urged that fact finding body
be sat up to inform southern in industry
dustry industry of the actual and poten potential
tial potential benefits of nuclear technology-
. ;
roisom's plan was a modifica

tion of the program suggested by

I the atomic planning conf erence of

the Southern Regional Education!

I Gov. George Bell Timmerman

Jr. of bouth Carolina said it

would not be feasible for several
years to use the energy of the at atom
om atom to generate electric power.


.onvenuonai lueis,. ne said, are

sun dominate in that field be-i

cause of lower cost.

Foisom said that nuclear enerev

could be used in industrial pro

cesses ana agricultural and biolo

gical research.
North Carotins State College,
Georgia Tech. the University of

Florida and the University of A A-Ubami
Ubami A-Ubami were mentioned as the

most likely, locations for the
proposed nuclear test 'station.
North Carolina State already
has an experimental reactor,
while the ether schools are eith either
er either seeking or considering the ac acquisition
quisition acquisition of en.
Timmerman said he favored

waiting until the cost of atomic
power becomes competitive with
the cost of conventional fuels and

then permitting present utility

companies to devefop commercial
atomic power. """ I

Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin of

Maiyland said that Folsom's plan
to set up state and area programs
in the South to train atomic scien scientists
tists scientists and, technicians may over overemphasize
emphasize overemphasize the need for extremely
high education. The South, he said,
could not afford to wait ''until all
of them win doctorates." An atom-i
ic industry, he said, would need
thousands of skilled workers as
well as qualified, scientists.
He said he favored private in industry
dustry industry taking the lead in the de development
velopment development of atomic power, but

warned that southern states
should hot impede progress on

that front by restrictive state at

omic laws. ;

Ycni Ki?;ur M:ii

n Friday; Service
Personnel lnvi!:d
1 -
Jews throughout the world will
lishpr. in Vnm k

Will AkippUAy tilt' J VI
Atonement. Friday at sundown
and will observe the holiday untill
sundown Saturday.

Rabbi Nathan Witkin TliriWnr

Of the USOJWR Armpd Forops

Service-Center in Balboa, and a-

uxiuary Chaplain United Sutes
Army Caribbean, and Caribbean
Air Command, will rnnHnrt Knl

iiare services Sunriav evenim?

7:30 P. M. in the chapel of the USO

jwd center on La Boca Road
He will be assisted by .Seymour I.

odinuwiiz ot Balboa. j
' Yom

day wUl begin at 9 a.m.1 and will
continue throughout the day. Me-

ii u s,:rvces tor me. departed

wm iw recnea at n a. m.

A "Rralr.tli.r.ot"

iuiicc sup supper
per supper will be served to military per personnel
sonnel personnel nH thai. h... :

-uu wmi taiuiiirs 1U1IUW1IIH
the conclusion of the Yom Kippur

",. i sunaown on Saturday

Headquarters United f S t a t e s
Army Caribbean, Caribbean Air
l.omman4 .1. .f.l ,1

. u me ism txavai wis
trict have issued psecial memo
randa for the High Holy Days.

. 4

tempting by propaganda or other

wise to promote or defeat legis

are obtained in the area between

the cities of Ogdensburg, N.Y:,

1 MUlll ia i m
o often by
nizeef him-

Tcd TI::rcu;!;!y
"nk wo'rleans,- u. -v?)-
A Flof jdian who has been bitten
v., onoio. s times savs. I gotta

be careful, a bee sting could kill
Bill'.H a a t told New Orleans
doctors his fantastic story during.

' one of his .many trips -irom ws

Miami iaboraiory wun
mhra serum;- .,.

Hp has been bitten o

nakes and-has immunized

self to such an extent with injec
tions of snake venom, that the del
iats .halance of natural anti

bodies within his system has been
lipsot.' : ' '
"It's not actually the venom it it-golf,
golf, it-golf, that hurts me," he said.,
"It's the 'protein contained in
the venom,
' You see, I've" immunized' my my-aclf
aclf my-aclf to such an extent that I m
allergic to the protein. I ised to
inject rattlesnake venom into, my
system every other day, "and co
bra venom every .three months. v
"I overdid it, the doctors said
1 Ana now I have to be very care careful.
ful. careful. A bite from a small water
moccasin, say. that wouldn't
even hurt you maybe just
cause swelling or discomfort discomfort-that
that discomfort-that probably would1 kill me..
"The doctor told me thut a bee.
sting could kill me,; if I were, al allergic
lergic allergic to the- protein, in its
Haast said he developed ,nis
' own serum in his laboratory in
Miami. He sells venom to labora laboratories
tories laboratories to make serum. He said he
was so well immunized in 1955
llrat when a cobra, bit him he
tluln't even treat it.
"He got me pretty good, but I
duln't even bother with it. I haft
taken my "booster" shot of venom i
about a month before and I knefr
I was immune." 1
About July of 19.6, the slim lithe i
man, whose burnrd biondhair be belies
lies belies his 45 years, found out he was
"overdone. '
'rtA big diamond back rattler
pot me in the hand," be explained. i
As usual, I didn't' even bother
with it, because I thought I was
immune. i i
"But about' two minutes later
everything pot gray. Then I got
terrifically hot. I ran to my lab-i
oratory, then went to the hos i
pital. The doctor said i wss lucky

to live through it. J was in a had

way for a while.
"That's when they told me 1
had over-iniinimized myself.
That's when they told nie the
text time would be fatal.

"And for a guy who makes his

living handling snakes, a diag diagnosis
nosis diagnosis like that is terrible."
- But Haast thinks he has a way

out of the predicament. He has

startPd immunizing himself again
by injecting venom" in his arm

every other day. He expects to be

completely immunized again in
three years.

lation, contributions, dues or as and Prescott, Ont., to the "west,
ssesments; are not allowable i deind Massena, -TN.Y., and Cornwall,
ductions." . -. 'Ont., to the east.
T.rS. Petersen. president of; East nf Presrnlt. visitor ran

Standard Oil of California, said view dredging operations as spe spe-his
his spe-his company contributed $119,00.) cial equipment is used to dig 27-

io me commniee ana cnargea rc
off as a business expense. He saidj
it was ,a '.''peffectly legitimate!
business expense ... an expense
of survival." ","' ..'!' 5 ..""s'.s, ", j
Petersen said he discussed f the
gas bill with Sens. William F.
Knowland and Thomas H. Kuchel,
California Republicans, and wodld
have, contacted .others lit he
though it ( would have done any
good, i y i ...'-. 1
Prior testified that he talked
on tl't teleph" with Jen!. Har

ry F. Fvr-i ( V.) nj Ev;rf't ;

' t it i t
Senate. I s J ht wi "sorry"
he could nut convince Byrd to
vote for the measure. Oirksen
did vote for It. v '
Ray C. Hinman. Socony's leeis-

lati ve representative and a regis registered
tered registered lobbyist, said he contacted

ben, Irving Ives (R-N.Y.) to try
to get him to vote for the bill.
Ives voted against it."

Hinman said his assistant, J..II.J

nammer, coniaciea ens. f redflr
ick G. Payne (R-Maine), John J

Williams (R-el.) and J. Glenn

foot trenches in the river channel

Special outlooks have been built

at strategic places along the Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian and American shores.

'About midway between Prescott

and Cornwall are the village mov

ing projects. The village; of Iro Iroquois
quois Iroquois already has .been almost

completely moved to a new loca

tion. The village of Momsville is

in the process of being trans

planted inland to' a new site. When

the seaway proiuct is completed

in l!i:8, the former sites will be


' "I ; e largest ,'u.n is (lie ii

long Barnhanit Island power
dam, just north of Massena and
east of Cornwall. The facilities
will supply 52.6-billion kilowatts

of electricity a year to the United

Mates and Canada,

Special 'channels are being due
through dry land and later will

be flooded so ships will be able

to by pass the dam area. Two
enormous locks, the Eisenhower

and tne urasse, are being con

structed on the American sid tn

oeait ( k-mu. j. AU three voted fori enable ships to be raised a total

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meeting on .the outskirts pf Birmingham-, Ala, he broiight alona;
his nine-year-old son,, Larry. The boy, was the youngest of
some 100 robe-wearers attending the rally, where three 20-foot
crosses were burned. Featured speaker was the Klan's im imperial,
perial, imperial, wizard, who calls himself simply "Edwards." ,

Rumors are flying that Mrs.
Dorothy Vredenburgfi, secre secretary
tary secretary of the Democratic National
Convention, and Adlai Steven Steven-"
" Steven-" son will marry. : Dorothy has
replied, "I think you'd better
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New 'Inspiration Please' Program
Popubr Feature At Kobbe Chapel

Chaplain kerriit Dayton has
enrtainlv started a Droeram which

will long be remembered at Fort!
Kobbe even though be Is depart-i
nig for another assignment in the
jw...,t ol it. Last Sunday night a
lar' -and attTOtivoauU.i-nte took
pait 'W'st!),!!?, vejme.mbcrs p the
inpriMilv-ciiOstfl ninel.

In the nev program called "In "In-1
1 "In-1 ipiration Please" questions such
as ''Is there any evidence in the
Bible to support the theory of evo-
lution." "Whatis the main differ--nc
between the Catholic and the
' Protestant laith." "Is temptation
ot any Talue in the life of man."
"How, eouW a whale swallow Jo-

nah'When'hls throat Is only a few

r inches in diameter."
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Tbeso and many more questions
were considered by the panel and
then by' the congregation with the

,' -M. C. acting as judge ana reteree.
The panel members were, Mrs,
''Wm.-!. Tucker, Mrs. Miw John-
aon. Chanlain Voigt M. Sink of Al-

krook. and Col. Morris Naudts,

commanding officer, Quarry
Heights, and Dr. John Wood, of
' Corgas' Hospital, who did their

, best to give clear answers to

these Questions. They were cnai

lenged or .' aupported by many

; members, or me congregation.
Rev. Lestef J. Soerheide,. auxi
' liary chaplain for the Army act
ed as master of ceremonies. Ma

Leonard Miller of Fort Kobbe was
vthe timekeeper, and Rsv. Art

Zylstra was tha man with the tra
t veiling mike,

The villain in the piece was the
' large brasa navy bell which was
rung when each person's time was
up, often it broke right into the
middle of an interesting speech
but the emcee always insisted that
tha sneaker sit down. This Dro-

. gram or a portion of It will be
broadcast over, C.F.N, next Sun-
dav evening at J5:30.

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the stage at tha chaplain's activi

ty center in tort Kobbe next bun-

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MR An "JOHN HANNAMAN shown cutting the cake at
I place, Friday, at the Sacred Heart Chapel Hall, Ancon, Mrs.
'Miss Rose-Ann Failla. -.' '-

Mrs. Norman B. Wiley, wife of the Superintendent of
Gorges Hospital rave a delightful coffee party at her home
this mornin? in honor of the wives of doctors In training
at Gorgas Hospital 1 ...
Mrs. Robert Hughes pouied for the guests, Mrs. Charles
O Bruce, wife of the Health Director of the Panama Ca Ca-'
' Ca-' nal was there to welcome the honorees, many of whom are
new arrivab to the Isthmus.

Johannes-Stanton v
Wedding tn States ; .
Miss Joan Marshal Stanton of
Dade City became the bride oi
.. T,,h.nMi jr. son of Mr. ana
Mrs.. Guy Johannes of Brandeton,
last vK. Mr.
the (" r f P"
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ihannps sr.
na Police
City, vuih liev.
v,uu.i.i Dade
John R, Sander-
son officiating..
m ctontnn oa va nis niece
marriage and Mrs. Charles. S.
Herron, sister of the bride, of -Tallahassee,
was the only bridal at attendant.
tendant. attendant. Her gown of sheer laven lavender
der lavender organdy was ballerina length.
She,carrie,d a colonial bouquet of
pint proses. .
The bride's white Swiss organdy
dress was desinged with a flounc flounced
ed flounced ballerina length skirt. Her finger-tip
illusion veil fell from a cor coronet
onet coronet U seed oearls. The bridal
bouquet wad formed of white car
nations- ana tuberoses.
Richard D. Corson, Sarasota,
hpst man and Charles S. Her
ron. "Tallahassee, and Earl Robert
Baden, Bradenton, served as usn usn-The
The usn-The bride's aunt Was attired in
a light grey dress and wore a cor
sage of pinR carnations, ine onue onue-enxim'i
enxim'i onue-enxim'i mother wore a urey and
rnsi silk dress with corsage of
while carnations.
For a trip to Rainbow Springs,
the bride traveled in a light blue
dracron dress with- lace inset,
white accessories and. Jace pic
ture hat.

Mr. and Mrs. Johannes will congent of the Chiriqui Land Compa

tinue to, Tallahassee where she is
a junior, majoring in mathematics
at Florda State University. He is
an instructor in business education
at the University She is a grad graduate
uate graduate of Edison Senior High School,
Miami. -After graduation from Pea Peacock
cock Peacock Military Academy, San An Antonio,
tonio, Antonio, Mr. Johannes received a B.
S. degree in business adminis administration
tration administration at Stetson University and
a M. S. degree in business educa education
tion education at Fi0. ',:: ', 1
Wedding guests were entertain entertained
ed entertained ai a reception held at the
home of the bridegroom's parents.
Hidalc j-Mostalac
Weddii.g Sunday '" '
Mr. and Mrs. M.- R. Mostalac
announce the approaching mar marriage
riage marriage of their daughter Hilda to
Bill Hidalgo, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Hidalgo of Garaboa, C. Z.
The wedding will take place In
the Church of Corpus Christi at
6:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16 with a
reception at the Country Club, Cu
bs, lhe newly weds are planning
to arrive in the Canal Zone Oct 1.
Hannaman-Failla Wedding
Miss Rose Ann Failla, daughter
of Mrs. Anthony Failla of Madera,
California, became the bride of
Mr. John Hannaman, son of Mrs
James A. Francis of Jackson, Wy-i
oming, at the Sacred Heart Chap Chapel
el Chapel Hall, Ancon last Friday.
The bride wore a white ballerina
length white lace gown, with a fit fitter'
ter' fitter' lace bodice and a high neck neckline
line neckline wing collar. Her ion? fitted
sleeves tapered to points over- the
vTists and her bouffant skirt was
fashioned in three tiers of white
lace. She wore a white cap with
an illusion veil and carried a bou bouquet
quet bouquet of white bouganvillia and yel-:
lnw nrrhiHa
" " ..........
' pr: l:T.iirl nt linnni" MiCMarv
E "atbeth Murnhv. wore a bailer.-
ni icr 1.11 vrm ir.-v nt o";e pea t

ae soie wun a n .J ca'ce- ana lougnDy, senior councilor, w 1 1 n. uanquet nail at the
f.ii! s;irt f "shi'one wiiit- lace in- Terry Louis; David S. Stanley, close' of the installalion ceremo ceremo-serts.
serts. ceremo-serts. Jlcr corsage was of pale 1 Scribe-Treasurer, with Jean Cham- nics,

oink roses

Mr. Joseph A. Bugno was best
man. 'i ,v v-
Immediately following the cere
mony, a reception was held in
the Fern Room of the Hotel Tivo-
The bride, who is a graduate of
i r"no State resno. (
per" in : n, ;
iVrs--..,.iiel OHkv ''o;.,u.
"J. lie bridegroom is a Bi..,luate of
Utah State Agricultural College,
Logan, Utah, and- an associate
member of the American College
of Civil Engineers. He is a struc structural
tural structural engineer with the Army En Engineers
gineers Engineers at Ft- Clayton. '..
The couple left for Wyoming,
California and Miami, Fla. They
will return in November and make
their home in Curundu. t.t- i
Brady Girls Off
To School In US '
The two daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. F. J. Braly, Moira "Sis" and
Karen "Doodle'5 left by plane Fri Friday
day Friday for the States, where they will
both go to school.
"Sis" will enter Incarnate Word
College at San Antonio, Texas and
"Doodle" will start her junior
year at ML de Sales 'Academy in
Macon, Ga.
Mr. And Mrs. Middlemas
Have Overnight Guests
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Middlemas
of Brazos Heights returned from
their vacation in the United Fruit
Company's "Tivives."
They had as their overnight
guest leuow-passengers, Mr. and
Mrs. M. K. Morris and son Doug
las. M. Morns is the Assistant A.
ny in Palmyra, Costa Rica. The
Morris family left-early Sunday
uiuming oy piane tor uosta Kica.
Caribbean Cotleg Club
Opens Yiar With Toa
The Caribbean College Club will

afternoon. Sept 22, from 4 unJ.I XMcilhen

ui e at tne tied cross Room in
iristobai. Members are ri.minrioH
to bring their guest candidates for!
membership. This will be the first
event or tne new club year.
Barry Davison Installed
Aa Master Councillor
Atlantic Chapter, Order of De
Molay held a public installation of
officers Tuesday evening at the
Cristobal Masonic Temple. In a
most impressive ceremony Barry
L. Davison, newly elected Master
Councilor, and other officers who
will serve with him, were install-;
fd in the presence of more than
one hundred and fifty members,
parents and friends of DeMolay.
Lamoine E. Verlein, who has
completed his term as Master
Councilor was the installine nffir
er and was assisted by Irl R. San
ders, P.M.C., as Senior Councilor;
Jack Hammond, P.M.C. as Junior
Councilor; Jack Hammond. P.M.
C, as Junior Councilor; Thomas
F .Gibson, Jr., P.M.C. as Senior
Dccon; Reverend Samuel Wal
den, as Chaplain; Fred A. Ebdon,
P.M.C, as Sentinel; Charles H.
Olson, P.M.C, as Marshal, and
Norman C. Slade" as Organist.
As the officers entered the Chap Chapter
ter Chapter room for their installation they
esconed members of Cristobal As-
sembly. No. 2 Order of th8
k.. II ; .u:..

formats and wearing orchid wrist Af.11"8 Worthy! Advisor of Cristo Cristo-corsages.
corsages. Cristo-corsages. ' uLT '2.' d

. uw .. .v. w.w l,IU
arft P.arrw I. Davicnn M a t a
ine omcers tor tne new term,
Councilor, who escorted his sister.!
Marvel uavmFon: jonn a. Wii-i;

their wedding, Which took
Hannaman Is the former

bers; Raymond C. Croft. Senior
Deacon, with Lois Stevens; Ralph
,W Boggs, Junior Deacon with
Lynda Geyer; William, P. Fussel-
man, Senior Steward, with Nancy
Gibson; William C. Lawrence, Jun Junior
ior Junior -Steward, with Marion Leach;
Theodore J. Herman, Chaplain,
with Jackie Walsh; John V. Mc-
Graw, Marshal, with Fay Wray
Ernest A. Stiebritz, Standard
Bearer, whose proxy Donald
Humphrey, escorted Huey C.",Lee:
Joseph H." White,' Orator, with
Jeanette Swicegood;
Lester A. Bailev. First Precen
tor, whose proxy Arthur Lawrence
escorted Janet Swicegood; Wi il-
uara J. Bnd, Second Preceptor,
with Marguerite Engelker Id R.
Sanders, III, Third Preceptor, with
' oneen .viuer; Jnckie D. Bedwell
www iiecv: r. wnose nroxv
Richard WcLain, escorted Jlarie
Bieakley; Thomas E. Sellers, Fifth
Preceptor, with Ramona Ander
son; LeKoy Or Werlem, Sixth
rreceptor, with Andra Nash: Ran
dall L. Deakins, Seventh1 Precep Preceptor,
tor, Preceptor, with Sandra Jones; and Her
man a. Keepers, Sentinel w.ith
Daina Rae Smith.
Rev. Samuel Walden, Minister of
The Trinity Methodist Church, and
guest speaker of the vening, gave
a most inspiring.taddress following
the installation of the offiepn
The t traditional flower talk D-
; "louie ro womannooa and
especially to their mothers, was
given ty isua w. Croft, Jr., P,
M.C., in a most impressive cer-
ine- Fast Master Councilor's
jewel, a gift from the Chapter.
a ijiFraiieu to me outgoing Mas
ter Councilor, Lamoine Werlein
Mrs. Patrick H. Bopbs lint n.
ident of the recently formed Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic DeMolay Mother's Circle, pre presented
sented presented Lamoine with a tie 'clasp
wi sl ma5ler councilor'
ompuiem, in appreciation of his
tm. imt ine past term.
o"y wavison then announced
that Mane Bieakley of Margarita
had been elected DeMolay Sweet-
aiiuc cnapier. This an
iiuniicciiicui came as a surprise to
Marie who succeeds Carol N e w-
.muiy owuemeart.
Mr. n .
... .,,suu yiesenrea nis- son
with a gaVel of Nazarene wood
suitably engraved tn h c ....
ing his term of office and as he
ter Advisor, presented head pie
As: anI ma!4- V. a
wug naa earned them La
uuiue nenein Has earned four
bars, and others receiving a bar
and Arthur Lawrence;' Ihoma T
ay;:,dlStaDle' John
J Btl ltne installation
r7"r. i". Albritton, Re-
. me supreme Coun Council;
cil; Council; Mr. David Mcllhenny Chap Chap-ter
ter Chap-ter Advisor; William Hatchett
Master CouncUor-Eiect of Pac 1 1-fic
fic 1-fic Chapter. Order of DeMolav-
fic Chapter HMolay Dad; Mr.
hv' m' "7 : Wor-
No 30 .kF0"1 ChaPter
m V- Mr- and Mrs
Norman B. Davison, parents of
f'TI Master Cnciior; Mrs
MWalmot.f! "I the out
fer'thr1 Miss
1.AT of Balboa
rrr: ,"oac,,luiy o. v, Mrs. a.
uuuuersun, MOUiep 1,;...

-tVlSOr 01
r:l :ru': rHuse. Mother Ad.
vnoiuum Kinbow As-
.txe reireshments 'and

Rain-iXJ,"'00.?. ,B,I)0W Assembly;
Miss Nellie F. I n iinn.

RELAXING AT RECEPTION-Shown at the reception foUow-,
Ing the Hannaman-Fallla wedding are: from left to right!
Joseph A. Bugno, best man, Mary E. Murphy, maid of honor
John Hannaman, bridegroom, Rose Hannaman, bride and
Father Wye, who officiated at the ceremony, .v

' Each aotict for inclusion In Hiis
column thouM b Mbmittod in
typa-writttn form and mailed to one
of tha boa number listed daily in
"Social and Otharwita," or daliver-'
d by band to tk office. Notico of
mootinas cannot bo accoptod by
Cristobal Rainbow Meeting
Tomorrow ... ...
- Cristobal Assembly No. 2 Order
of the Rainbow for Girls will have
their regular business meeting
tomorrow evening, at 7 p.m. at the
Cristobal Masonic Temple.
Miss Nellie F. Holeerson. r.W
A., will preside as Worthy Advisor
in th-. absence of Miss Patricia
Leach. Worthy Advisor, who left
for rnlleee last month.
Ail members are ureed to at
tend this important meeting which
will include election of officers
for the coming term. Girls are
also reminded that their Bainnow
nnintx must be turned in at this
meeting. 1 ;
All Eastern stars and' master
Masons are cordially invited to attend-
s ;
Pan-American . .;
Futival Charut
A meetine of the Pan-American
Festival Chorus will be h e 1 d to
morrow evening, at 7:30 p.m. at
the USO-JWB Armed Forces Serv
ice Center, La Boca Road, Bal
boa.; AU Service Personnel and a-
dult members of ; their families,
Canal Zone residents and residents
of the Republic of Panama inter
ested- in choral singing are cor
dially invited to attend, u i
Winners Of Bridge a
The winners of the Bridge Tour
nament, held Monday night at the
Holt 1 '1 i arc: 1st, Mis. V. I'ol
lack an I .rs. iir .iurray; 2nd
Mr. and E. Kohn and 3rd
Mr. R. Wold and Mr. P. Hodge
son.- ;
Maiden Voyage
For Statendam
ROTTERDAM, Honand, Sept
12 (UP)-The luxury liner
Statendam will make her maiden
voyage to New York early next
year, the Holland-America Line
announced today.
The 23,000-ton vessel will be
delivered by the shipyard at the
end of this year,
Following the maiden voyage,
the Statendam will start cruise
runs between New York and ports
in South America and .the West


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Baja Cel. Governor
Charges Vice Rings
Come frcni Elorlh

Mexico City. Sent. 12 fUPV-
Gov. Brauiio Maldonado of B&ja
California charged that "Inter.
national racketeers engaged in
dope traffic, prostitution, gambl
ing and au kinds of illegal activi
ties, with headquarters in the
united States, are maneuvering
to take over Baja California, politi
cally ana economically."
Maldonado made his statement
after conferring with president
Adoiio Ruiz Conines yesterday
He. said leaders of tne vice rug
were backed by newspapers' banks
and big business which "disguise
their criminals and cleverly-hide
their illicit earnings. .
He said all Mexicans living in
Baja California are decent and
clean living and that all vice and
corruption has come from the
He added that Baja California
faces acute social problems stem stemming
ming stemming from its rapid population in increase
crease increase and .- aggravated by "our
He recalled that some time ago.
when United States authorites
threatened to close the border al
leging that Baja California was
not safe for United States young,
men, he replied; "Go ahead ; and
close the border, We would be the
winners. J
Late Lunger ;
BUENOS AIRES', Sept. 12 (UP)
It was getting late for lunch
when Dnminno P077-0 rlmve hi'
('lick slraight into a rcsiaarant a
4 rcct corner at p.m. at
lull speed.
He had caromed off an automo automobile
bile automobile after a collision. As the roof
fell in,- Pozzo beat if afoot Fire
men picked out Romulo de Maria,
Italian, 47,. from under the ruins
but found no other customers. Mu
nicipal workers bad to prop up
the walls with beams -to prevent
complete collapse,
Slim Fat Avay
- If fat rulm your flsir or nutkee
rou ihort or brcatb and ndjuifera
jour health 1, you will And It aaar aaar-w
w aaar-w lose a half pound a day with tne ;
new Hollywood method callad
FORMODE. N. draatle di.tlnf or I
Jtrcie. Absolutely aafa. Ask your
iot rvnmuLfw one, 1
OUmmins tomorrow.
eHaeMW tL uir-ir ,-

slices of avocado, etc,

On cool days, there are laree
casseroles of shirred eggs and
chicken livers, spaghetti 'with
mushrooms, chicken livers and
peppers all served with a huge.
wooden salad bowl containing 3 or
4 kinds of lettuce,, plus chives,
1 n: in i i 1
paraey, acauiona,. oiu, raaisnes,
cucumber, tomato and chopped
egg. .. i
Theresa has written of their
early struggles and final success
as innkeepers in a heart-warming
book called "Future a la Carta."
Chicken Oregino (Serves 4)
Twft trofleri.; fveiffhln arunit
1 pounds apieoe and split in
two),' Vt cup olive oil, 1-3. eup
inuuu juice, icaspuuna cnoppea
parsley, 1 clove of garlic, chopped
lopuonai;, i uDiespoon oregano,
salt, pepper and monosodium
glutamate. J
.Sprinkle cleaned broilers with
salt, p e pp e r and monosodium
glutamate. Mix together olive oil,
lnon juice, parsley,, Aarlic and
uregano, -Place
broilers tn xbaTlnnr- nan
skin side down; brush generously
with mixture. Place 9 inches be beneath
neath beneath high flam and hmil ahnnt
20 minutes on each side or until
crips and brown.
urush often with liquid and
serve ninine hot Pour all limrit in
the pan over tha broilers when
serving inem, ,r i '
Prime rules for beinf a first first-class
class first-class mother-in-law:
Never critieizo th
child married, either to the mar-
nea cnua, to your own friends or
to other members of the family.
When vou run down th o-iri
son married or the jman your
oaugnter cnose'you are also de demeaning
meaning demeaning your own child's choice
ot marriage partner.
Never offer onasked-for advice
It may not he easy to ouietlv
stand by and watch a young cou couple
ple couple make what you consider to be
mistakes. But you -can never be
"r that they really are mis
1.. f'esides, they have a right
to ni. i their own errors.
Never feel that your child's first
loyalty should be to you. First
loyalty of a husband and wife
muA be to each other if the mar
riage Is to succeed,. ;
Never try to force your married
child to have the same living
pattern that worked for you. Each
married couple has to decide for
themselves wna. Is important to
them and how they watn to live
and ao.. tnings. ..
JJever hang around to take sides
in a husband-and-wife argument
You can' always find business
somewhere else if you really want
to be a non-interfering mother-in-
law. ,,.,; a.j M, .!.- jW
Never forget that your own
child isn't perfect or expect his
marriage partrer to suit, you in
every respect ".-.-
Never compare your' sons-in-law
or daughters-in-law if you nave
more., than one. Accept, the fact
that each child probably married
the person he or she needed.
Those are the rules that are
easier to aeree with than to fol
low. But they will pay off for any
woman who has thodetermination
to fodow them, no matter what
self-restraint it calls for.
The juices of S different, garden garden-fresh
fresh garden-fresh vegetables are blended into
' this famous drink. Youngsters love
its lively flavor, and thrive on its
. goodness. At meal mealtime
time mealtime or between
meals V-t gives
them the refresh refresh-ment
ment refresh-ment they want,
and the nourish nourishment
ment nourishment they need.
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' . From 10 p.m. tol tan.,
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. ..;. .rhythms, SunVTussvThtirfti

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J. Fee. de la Ow Avt. No. 41
"foto DOMY,
Jast Iimwu Avt. and S3 St.
1 Street No, 13
AgenciM Internals dt Publicscionss '.
- No. 1 Lottery Plea
181 La CarrasqoJHa
N'a. H "B" Street
Ave. TivoB No, 4
141 Central At
144 Central Avenue
Farque Lcfevre I Street
VU Porru 1U
i o:
12 vouds
, muvtUAUtS) AlrllS
Via Espana Ave


' 1 ; : r i



' u. .n. 8-0551

Write Box X, Balboa. C.Z.

Hours S to 12. 1:30 to 5
Saturdays a.m. to noon.
Alter hours Pan 8-7050
Educational. Life.
' Automobile, Fire, etc.

canal ioki rotTCtiinc
DR. C 1. FABRE6A.' P.O A
(Mil A neon Play free a I
,WIA Mill I"""

-roiNC.PfRTES BAXTER. S. A, Shipper
... Lear Riding

Hiding Jumping Classes daily
- C m PhonO 2-2451

r by appeinrmenr.

' classic.' Iwpulajr and
37 Street No. -A-Tel. S-1596
. s Open nta ,7:0 P

Back t school with smarV
A pin enrl wave yoa can
v well afford.
Y.MC.A. Beauty Salon
Tel. 2-3C"1



FOR SALE: 9-pit mahcgjny
dining room let .$50. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 213753.

' nam! dining ream, pKR and
two bedroom MM. Buyar hat op opportunity
portunity opportunity ro mavt in apartment.
Rent $ 00 a month. Phone 3 3-'
' 3-' 3714. .. . :

FOR SALE: Motorola televUion
. (et. 21" icrean, console type,
practically new. Call Ft. Clayton
' 5137. ;

FOR SALE (us rofrif eraror in
good' condition $25. Phone if
3519.; if


FOR RENT --Concrete chalet. 3
' hedreoms, large kitchen, closets,
, bathroom,, hot water, initalla-t
tions, garage, porch, parlef-din-f
: ing room, screened, iroa ban,
(Telephone 3-3226.


BOX 2031. ANC0N. C.Z.

FOR SALE: 1 0 month eld
Cocker Spaniol dog, very fine,
black color Ave. Federice Boyd
D4-22. '

FOR SALE: Upright plane
$150 all violin. Cwundu Hts.
Phone 3280.

FOR SALE 3 coats, toppers.
Size 16, ased very little and
new; living-room set in very
' good conditio All very cheap,
Call Curundu 6295 r sea at

FOR SALE: Upright plane,;
good condition.- Gamboa No.
326-D. Phone 6-456.


SALE. Take advantage ef
greatly reduced price in quality
men' Sport Shirts and furnish furnishings,
ings, furnishings, ladies and children's wear.
El Siglo, 85 Central Avenue.



Ha. CCaaCll
To C3 (fckn Frca
128 Cendidzlss

Port of Spain, Trinidad, Sept 12,
-(UP)-One hundred twenty eight

fticiaUy today for membership to
h. umslativa council, for whicft

m v. h.lrt Setit. 24.

The council consists of 18 eiect-i

td, tnree ex-omcio -"-
Wed members.;"
"'The people's National Movement
(PNM) and the People's Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic party (PDP) are the chief
' contending groups. The former
'--nominated 24 and the later 11 can candidates,
didates, candidates,
V The Labor Partv. led by Uriah

. T. (Buzi) Butler, nominated 20 can-

l vidates ana ins uaepwiueuu uuu uuu-)
) uuu-) sated 39. Splinter groups nominat
I ed the remaining 31.

'. Rr,.rl "MaraL 'PDA leader,

i put up $5,000 against a similar
' amount wagered by local mer
hant W. N. Richardson, that the

PDP will gain control of thego-j

I vernment, PDP membership is

solidly East Indian.
.... .. -A. ...

"m, rv ( lfiih nw nsrtv.

treaded by Dr. Eric Williams, an
rrademic theoretician, but it has

v at. a tremenaous pouucai impact:
r.ce Trinidad's last election aix
. ars ago... '''.;;'..':-,, j
I-.- ', V:... w-' N "'.
i Butler, bearded burly nepo ex ex-t
t ex-t 'wviet, has virtually dominated
.t island's politics in recent years.




FOR SALE: 1947 Oldsmobile
4-doar, kydramatic, radio and
heater. Good transportation. For
euicfc sale $195. Ft. Clayton 87-
4233. ''.



FOR SALE: 1950 Plymouth ;
Convertible. Excellent condition,
new ww tires, radio. Phona
Kobbe 84-4260. y

FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
4-door sedan $900.- 188 Hard,
ing Ave., Gamboa. Phone 6-154.

FOR, SALE: 4-door sedan. Cut Cut-tomiino
tomiino Cut-tomiino 1953. Well taken earn ;
of and in perfect condition, -House
2023-B, Curundu. Phona
6235 Curundu.

FOR SALE; 1946 Chevrolet
Carryall-International flat truck;
both licensed and insured. Will
accept best cash offer, Alsa have
Chevrolet "Flat Dump," not li licensed,
censed, licensed, but good condition. May
b Scott Company, Co-
Ion. Phone 48 Colon.

1 949 DcSofo Custom Coup. Es Es-cedent
cedent Es-cedent condition, $450. Amador'
3230 until 4 p.m., Balbaa 2762
after 4.

FOR SALE: Bargain. Chrysler
lor 1950 hardtop coupe.. Good
condition, clean car, radio. Cor-'
ner of Chile Ave. and 38th St.
Phone 3-1103 Panama.

ATTENTION 6. 1.1 Just built
medora furnished apertmeatt, Y,
1 bedrooms, bet. cold w a t I.
Phona Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: Completely fur.
nished apartment, two bedrooms,
$135. Ave. Ecuador No. 20. Can
be see 8 to 1 2 neon and 3 t 5

FOR RENT: In new building
just finished and well located :
' for American families, modern
' ane-bedroem apartments,' with
all conveniences. Automobile
Row, corner of 31st Street. Call
Cocoll 3985 morning hours.

FOR RENT: Modern apartment
unfurnished or completely fur furnished
nished furnished with linen and dishes at
El Cangrejo, Two bedrooms, two '-bathrooms
bathrooms '-bathrooms dining living room,
'maid's room with b a t h, all i.
screened, garage and hot water.
Phone, during business hours, 2 2-0321;
0321; 2-0321; after businfst hours, 2-
3525. : --' ;

FOR RENT r Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
large kitchen, hot water. Via'
Espsna 117 Phona 3-1717.

FOR RENT: In th best resi residential
dential residential district, near Hotel El
Panama, 2-bedroom apartment,
1 maid's room,, front terrace, fa fa-rage
rage fa-rage hot water, $110. Call 3 3-3421.
3421. 3-3421. ; iK ;

HELPING HANDS When Vern Pagel, of Minneapolis, Minn., I j
was left partially paralyzed by a stroke, his co-workers "ertj'
Teady and willing to lend a flock of helping hands. In six hours,!

a volunteer crew oi 48 men painiea in exterior m rdgci a
house, restored a basement wall, repaired the front steps and
trimmed th hedges. Pagel, an employe at the Minneapolis,,
Honeywell- plant, shakes hands with foreman Bill Harrison,
above, as the other men pause to take, a gander.


Mrs.Flcrer.ce Lumsn
Of Fl. Cbjtn Di3$

Suddenly Al Home

Mrs. Florence Luman, 38, A'

merican, the wife of SFC Class
Howard Luman, died suddenly
at their Ft.. ; Clayton quarter

about 8 p.m. yesterday. f
He Is attached to the head
Quarters detachment there.

She had apparently been In

good health, and her husband

was with her at the time. ;

. The cause of death has not

been determined. ; s

Besides her husband, Mrs La-

man is survived by a daughter,
Deborah, a ere seven.

. W I l J 1 L

announce later., ...,. !'

f 4)oetatlM by
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Abattoir Nacional 1I.S8
Banct ridudarlo 411
Blokmlfosi 11
Cemenlo Paoam ....... TS J0
Cerveqerla Naelenal .... tt
ChlrJeana do Lech .... 11
Claye' ..... 45

Coca Cola ........'
Ctienta Comerclale ,:
Preb witV ComL ;
Dostlladora Nacional ...
Finsnclera Isbnefta
Fret with Com. .....
rtninut. ft A. "':
Pcet. with Com. v

fueria y LuaPrei- ,., 47 1
Fuerza f LuaCnm. ...10
Hotels Interametlcane. Sl4
General do Seguro .... ti
Panamefta tfe Aceltco ... H
Panajnena d Fibre ... JJ
Panamena d Seguroe S3 IT

Panamefta do Tibaco .. 10 11 11

Teatro Bellavlsta ...... TSt
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(Commercial Notice




Pen Creed

Vil Seen De Sold :


Seven tvnes of bread nroduced

bv the Pan Ideal Company of

Panama City will be placed on

sal, in all Panama Canal com

missary stores within the next

few" days, it has been announced

by the Commissary Division.


Canal Zone.
United States District Conrt For Th
District of Tk Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Albert C. Biscoe, Plaintiff vs. Char

lotte A.. Biscoe. Defendant. Summons

Case No. 4377, ClvU Docket 21. Action

tor divorce.

To the above-named defendant:
You are hereby -required to aonear

and answer th complaint filed In the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.

In eaao of your failure- to so spnear

ana answer, judgment wiu o uiten a a-Kaintt
Kaintt a-Kaintt you by default for th relief de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint,

Witness the Honorable Guthrie- T

Crowe.' Judge. United States District

Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this August SI, 1SSS.

- c. t. Mctermien, jr.
" Clerk.
HvsLei K. Barrlson
Deputy Clerk. t ;
To Charlotte A. Biscoe:

The foregoing summons la served no

on you by. publication pursuant to the

order of the Honorable outhrie r. Crowe

Judge, United States District Court for
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
Auirust 30, 1134, and entered and filed
in this action In the office of the Clerk

of said -United Slates District Court for

the Division of Balboa, on August SO

C. T. McCormlck, Jr.
... ''Clerk.
ItvjLoli F.. Barrlsoa
Deputy Clerk. t

The bread, which is well
known all over (the isthmus, will
be sold in the regular bulk bread

section of each commissary re

tell store in addition to a jtull
line of bread baked In the canal

Zone bakeries at Mount Hope.

Ponular tvnes of the Panama

baked bread selected for sale in

the Canal Zone commissaries
include a 21ounce pullman loaf,
a Id-ounce pan bread, a H-ounce
family rye bread, 20-ounce pum pumpernickel
pernickel pumpernickel loaf and a 4Vi ounce
DOmilar white loaf. In addition

ithere will be available on the

bread shelves, hot dog and ham hamburger
burger hamburger rolls and bread sticks in
packages baked by the Ideal


fh aiinnlv of this new line of

bread to the commissary shelves
was made as an additional serv-

inn to the commissary natrons.

There will be no change in the

number of. special banea uems
which are now being sold in the
commissary bakery sections.

The offering of pan Ideal

products follows (the recent ad addition
dition addition of Panama roasted cof

fee on regular retail sales in the
commissaries. During the first
month in which the packaged
coffee from three leading Pan

ama roasting firms was on salt
in the commissaries, the retail
sales amounted to almost 2,000
pounds, according to Commis Commissary
sary Commissary Division officials.

Panama Line

A.l , ... 1

" LtrGQvernora'nd Mrs7 H". W.
Schull, Jr. are among the 56

passengers 'Scheduled to sail
Saturday from Crlgtobal for New
York-aboard the Panama liner
Cristobal; "

Ernesto Fernandez is the only

passenger booked lor port-au-prince,

The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for New York follows:

Eileen Adams; Irene Anaer Anaer-son,
son, Anaer-son, Joan Avison; Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Bigio: Mr. and Mr.

Adolph Borchert; Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Y. Bunker and daughter;
Leah B. Corbliss: "Mr. and Mrs.

Charles H. Crawioro; paui gre-

ceiius; Leslie W. croft, jr.; Mr.
and Mrs. Raympnd A. Crosby;
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin A. Dar-

den: Mrs. L. Soraeue ae camp:

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ford; Gerald

F. Fox; Mr. and Uts. Hector M,
nrantr r. and Mrs. Charles A.

Hand: -Mr. and Mrs. Frank D.

HarrU and son; and. Katherlne

Hebert f:
Mr. and Mrs Malcolm A.

Tnhnrf'nn. Jr Mr. and Mn. S.

Kldd: Mr. and Mrs. James Lee;

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley unao; An

thony G. Lynn; H. L. Mots; Mr.
and. Mrs. Maurita Myrellus; Mr.

and Mrs. J. Neyenhouse; ; Arax
Odabashian; Mr. and Mrs. L, w.
Raschen; Col. and Mrs. H. W.

Schuli; eraia k. Senear: rvir.
and Mrs. David Senzer and son;

E.'E. Sheridan; Mr. ana Mrs.
Morris Wasman; and Wilford M M-White.
White. M-White. i ;,: v V:;.v .;. t': v,

'Night Of Fun1

Proceeds To Help
Melidas Brooks

The St. Christopher's church

Choir Guild will sponsor a

"Night of Fun" at the home of

Mrs. Mildred Wilson on Satur
day beginning at 7:30 p.m.

- r. j .,

proceeds win oe nsea to aia

Melidas Brooks in the coming

popularity contest, . v

FOR RENT Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, $50. Via Perras Na. 101.
Phona 3-2568. ',',''

FOR RENT:- Modern apartment
(first floor); 2 bedrooms, back backyard
yard backyard and front yard, inspected
and furnished $80. The best yo
. can find for this price. Ave. Jota
de Fabraga No 16, Pasadena.

FOR RENT: $50, furnished
apartments, Clayton, Kobbe
' neighbors,, frequent transporta transportation;
tion; transportation; also ether apartment for
agency, living. Phone 3-0471.

FOR RENT: Apartment unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. 2 bedrooms, maid's
room, 2 baths, sitting dining
room, porch,, kitchen, garage,
$90. At Bella Vista. N. Obarrid
Street tt23, near "El Baturro."
Sea De Castro. B Avenue "24.
Phone 2-1616., ..

FOR RENT:- Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in Vista Harmosa. 1 bed bedroom.
room. bedroom. $70. Phone 3-3589.

FOR RENT: Automobile Row.
nicely furnished one bedroom
' apartment $85. Phana Panama

Enrcl!.:r.l Up
189 b CZcns ;
Schisls this Yesr

Doresa Waitet School of Dancing
accepting enrollment NOW for
children 3 yean aid and up.
Classes for beginners, interme intermediates,
diates, intermediates, and advanced students ia
very age group. Columbus Club,
Balboa. Phone 2-2363.

Attention! Baginnert' course in
Ballroom Dancing for Junior High
Students starting Oct. 3rd. Reg Registration
istration Registration Sept. 15th, 2:00 a.m.
to 4:00 p.m. DORf.SE WAITES
School of Dancing, Columbus
Club. Balboa. Phone: 2-2343.

New Spanish course for English
speaking people at University of
Panama from September 17 ty
October 31. Classes aa Manday,
Wednesday, Thursday. Beginners
9 to 10 a.m.. Intermediate 10
te II a.m., Advanced II ta 12 ;
noon. Registration at Secretary's

It it never tea early, never tea
late ta strive for perfection. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone today for information
about th new CHARM COURSE
give by LLONA SEARS at El
Panama, 3-1661. i

Pacific Side Pre teens
- and Teenagers:
Miss Harnett will hold reg registrations
istrations registrations tor ballroom
dance classes Balboa YMCA
ept 14 Friday, front 4
to 5:30 p.nx & Sept. 15
Saturday 10:30 to IS noon.
Beginners' course will, in include
clude include Walts Fox-trot -Jitterbur
and "Bop.". All
party dances tt ballroom
etiquette. Free Dance Book.
16'a br. lessons, all for $10.
For further, information
call Balboa J-4239. v

beach house. One mile past Ca Ca-sine.
sine. Ca-sine. Phona Balboa 1866.

PHILLIPS Oce.uid. Cottar
Santa Clara. Boa 435. Balboa.
f .?wJJ?'" -77. Crist.
Sal 3-1673.

Gramlich'a Santa Ciara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
7 441 ''' """ jmkM

Baldwins furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Tale Tale-phona
phona Tale-phona Smith, Balboa 3481.

Real Estate

Would you like t exchange a
real estate lot in residential sec section
tion section in Panama for another With
a delicious climat at Cerre Asul
at your awn choke? For infor information
mation information call Phona 3-6059 from
2:30 p.m. ta 6 p.m.

Help Vcntcd

WANTED: A woman far house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping work.. Very good salary.
Must sleep at work p jce and
bring references. La IrrofUJo IrrofUJo-ra
ra IrrofUJo-ra Selecta, No. 11-53 H Street.

WANTED i Woman to take
care ef two childien. Must sleep
at work place and bring refer references.
ences. references. Very good salary. La Im Im-poitadora
poitadora Im-poitadora Selecta, No. 11-53 H

Vcntcd To Rent

American Embassy off icer desires
: unfurnished 3 or 4 bedroom
apartment or house, preferably
with garden. Phone 3-0010, Mr.


, our ripenalty



Service Calls
Till 10:00 p.m.

Corner H and DARIEN


A total of 6.619 "students enroll

ed in the Canal Zone schools Fri

day, according, to figures released
by the Canal Zone Schools Divi


This figure, which covers only

the enrollment of the opening day
of school, represents an increase

of 189 students over the number

enrolled on the first day of school

last year.

Matt of the additional student
turned up in the secondary
school grades with a 21 par cent
increase in junior high, a nine
per cent inc rat in high school,
and an 11 par cant incraat in
Junior. Callage.

The sudden rise in the number
of pupils in the secondary schools

and especially junior high school
was" attributed by school authori authorities
ties authorities to the fact that the so-called
"war babies" are now entering the
upper grades. This is a phenome

non which the Canal Zone schools
have in common with schools all

over the United States.
The enrollment was larger on
the Pacific Side than the Atlantic

Side and some classrooms have

more pupils than others. The num number
ber number of students in the elementa elementary
ry elementary grades will be redistributed and

the classes brought to normal as
the school year advances. School

authorities also expect the enroll enrollment
ment enrollment of an additional number of
pupils during the next few weeks

as children return from

vacations in the states.

Air Feree Surplus
Ibms To Be Sold;

The Property "Disposal Officer,

Quartermaster Section, LSAELA LSAELA-R1B,
R1B, LSAELA-R1B, announced another big sale
of Air Force surplus property on

Oct. 8 in building No. 706, Coroxal.

Two sets of items are for sale.

Bids for the following items will
be accepted beginning at 9 a.m.:
warehouse tractors, a 1950 4-door
sedin, a fuel service truck, Wood Wooden
en Wooden bookcases, metal bedsteads,

metal wall lockers and fortius.

At 10 a.m. bidding will begin for

the following: a 63-foot r-escue
boat, blower coils, air compressor,
shiving machine, transformer,

metal oil drums ana gas ranges

These items may be inspected at

building No. T-1067 at Lurunau oe
twfpn 7:30 and 11:30 a.m. and 1

and 3:30 p.m. weekdays except ho


For further information call the
Base Disposal Officer, Albrook'Air

Force Base, Curundu 4225.

Arfisnfaa Cu'.;i:.


lis A Favcr To US

LONDON. SeDt.' 12 (UP) (UP)

Rrnnmhirx Corn Trade News

comments in today's issua of a re report
port report it has received from United
States newspapers that Argentina

does not wish to emoarrass ma u.

S. by encouraging a heavy pro production
duction production of wheat and so aggravat aggravating
ing aggravating American marketing prob

lems, yt! ; :e ' ;:
Certt Trad News said the
raoorta ajuetad "official sources

in Buenos Aires" for tho state

ment that Argentina would re relinquish
linquish relinquish its traditional, position
as a major, wheat exporter until
wheat surpluses have been ab ab-serbed.
serbed. ab-serbed. ..

Commenting on this Corn Trade

News sawt ine exact lnieipre
tation to be placed on this state
ment is, of course open to ques question.
tion. question. Since the war, Argentinas
. - i e enn

summe.' wneai crop nas averaReu w

000 metric tons, as against w

000 in 1935-39. In recent years Ar

gentina's own needs have risen ve ve-rv
rv ve-rv rontirirrnhlv and.. with increas

ing DODulation. the demands of

nughboring South American coun

ties have also been neavier.

HAVE I FORGOTTEN ANYTHING? Stauter,- of Tarry Tarry-town,
town, Tarry-town, N.Y is one of several million co-eds faced with the
annual chaos of back-to-school preparation. While the guys"!
and gals may be thrilled by the excitement, fathers sre
wrinkling browjS in the face of constantly rising school costs.
Estimates by the Tuition Plan, Inc., which finances school and
college costs on the installment plant show that the cost of?,
a school year has more than doubled since r19o--averaging
now $1,600 in a typical private university. . .. ..

DOMESTIC DISTILLERY Because of a drought in the local
area, Dallas, Texas, has had to bring in water from the Red
, Hiver The complaint of residents is that the imported H.O is
too salty. Davis B. Hilton, above, has solved that problem for
himself. He'a rigged up a pressure cooker, copper coil, a coflee
can and an oil can to get salt-free water at the rate of one
I gallon, per half-hour. Employing the process of distillation,
Hilt6n converts salty tap water into the purest water in town.

Florida Sportsmen
Dies On Visit
To Copenhagen
(COPENHAGEN, Sept. 12 (UP)
Aksel Wlchfeld, ; Danish-bom
businessman and "sportsman of
New York and Palm Beach, Fla.,

died yesterday while visiting his

homeland, it was announced to


Wlchfeld snent most of his

time at Palm Beach. An ardent rial nart of trade nolicy in wheat,

snortsman, he held a marlinilhat one can hardly criticize Ar-

fishing world championship. gentina for ber decision.

"It' niH well bn that, despite

the change of government and the
abandonment of extreme Perotl-

istic principles, Argentina today is

taxing a reatisuc view ui uic k k-itical
itical k-itical conditions which govern

the international trade in wheat

and is unwilling to adopt any po

licy which might add to me En En-cultural
cultural En-cultural difficulties of the United

States. x

Politics are now such a mate-

Swedish royal guardsmen are broken as their horses shy away
. from a bear in a Stockholm street. The equine fright was
' genuine, but the polar bear was only a stuffed prop for a movie
scene. The bear bit helped brighten things up.

: rA.VA.MA
A.".rr.:cA.N an lneltenltnt daiiy NnvspArrs
face sz: i


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Lex Barker In
. in .Colors! Leo Genn
Anthonv Steel in

R I 0

Gold prize SiOfl.M
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. without ...
with John Wayne



Joan 7eber Dyes
For A Comeback

Pc!i!l:a Fi'e j
lo SI:? Merger

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d f it l : ll r

t.m. Hat. u.i. pt o". .-. .i '" I
'Coin2 through a itage my aye! He' just milling;
L:"' around in one!"
!. A'.OWfS TV AOO jj j
J ly Erskine Jotinson tJ J


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810 kcs. Panama Gty
. Telephone 2-3066

Today, Wednesday, Sept. IS


k..nirnnn fNKAV Un- CI ODainiC SlUUeill. CSIill'l

t-ae OHsUge and U p s t a g e: Intendi 1o slay out of sound stage


irlinl coast to coast units iiuiii uuw uu.

sre trading the "inside g o s s p
that Jimmy Dean isn't dead..
Their story insists that ne es escaped
caped escaped fatal in; ries. in that auto automobile
mobile automobile crash, but is so horribly
a Uourprt that he has secluded

E,m.'f trom U'e world: The story


the sam




"About timt, toe," tayt Esthar.
"I was beginning to grow fins."

Esthtr about swimming to star

dom: "I onioytd my pictures, but
my Itading mon didn't. You soo,
nont of thttn could swim vary

wall." y :

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itH tiwl If
01 Ooyfri:: j's

years' ago, Joan Ytbor became
famous with on record the fab
ulously successful "Let Me Go,

Lover." She was 18 then, a pretty)
little kid from New Jersey with
big eyes and no experience. i

Fame hit her pretty hard. Es Especially
pecially Especially when there was no sec second
ond second smash record and people
began using her as an example
along Tin Pan Alley they talk
about a "Joan Weber kind of
singer," meaning somebody who
hits fast and fades fast.
But the chances ara nrettT eood

CHICAGO. Sent. 12 (UP) A Joan Weber will come back.' She1

buxom blonde tavern owner, who changed. She's still pretty, but
had, planned this to be her wed- she's no longer a kid.
ding day, was run over twice and; "I was only 18 when 'Lover' hit,'
killed yesterday by a car driven she says. "I was a brunette. I
by her jealous ex-suitor. always wanted to be a blonde. On
Miss Lucille Fitzpatrick, 36 was club dates, they had me dressed
struck down as she crossed the in little-girl dresses. And I'd sing
street in front of the Green Lan-'little-eirl songs. I aot tired of that

And I got tired of people saying

-What a cute little girl.

I'j v
- -;
;y Gillespie, J

Joan Weber

4 Oft FeatureRevie w

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re

quests taken by pnone

K'3n News i I-.

5:35-what' Your Favorita
6:00 Allen Jackosn Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL)
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00Halla Of Ivy ;
7:30 VOA Report from U S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater

8:00 You Asked For It (re

: quests taken by

tui 7:30

10:30 Cavalcade Of America

ll:00-Jazz Till Midnight

12:00-ign on.

tern tavern with an escort.

The car, driven by Nathan
Brown. 30; then made a v-turn
and passed ever her second
time aa she lay lnured in the
street. Dolice and witness said.

Patrolman John Casey, who saw
the wildly careening car hit the

victim, save chase in a comman

deered taxi cab and arretted

"I waited for hours to do that,
police quoted Brown as saying.
The suspect refused to make a

statement to police, but author!- records.

ties said Brown torn tnem ne naa
not intended to kill the woman,
"scare" her.
Assistant Cook County State's
Atty.' Marvin Michaels said Brown
will be charged with murden
Nathan Gaus, 40, Miss Fitzpat-

rick's escort, also was struck by

Itha r Kiit nffoi-oil nnl mlnnr

injuries. Gaus said Brown and the

So I bad my hair dyed blonde-J

And I got come tieht-fittice, low

cut dresses. And I started to ting

songs other than 'beventeeny
"I started to sell sex." 1
And she's been getting great

reviews m ciuds and mere are
indications that her records are

begginning te seel better Her last
"What Should a Teen Heart Do?
did pretty well even though yet

can't see the tight-fitting dress en

to sell in the way of an act. At

first, though, I got a good price in
dubs even though I had do act

Then I developed a good act, but

the record le.l and so did my
price. It's funny, when I -became
a good club performer, I got less

MANILA. Sept. 12 (UP) Ai
American stripteaser and nine o:h
er G-stnng artists have beei at
rocfai 4nr inHatonf avnACiire it

sepi. ij (tri- Manila's three burlesquo houes.
Sidney Surarmani pi;--.-. ,k.0 ,w ihi

yesterday took under advisement performerj Jast nlght before' th
the government'e request for a tern- itrippers couid g0 mto t it e i 1

ger of Continental Can. Inc. and National Bureau of lnveug
the Hazel-Atlas Co. of Wheeling,' 4ian ;,.,. j-r,.,.

W. Va.

There was nc indication when

Sugarman would act on the peti- jn.nee
. : mu a : k.j I I-- w rm zyr:'

uuu. ine iwo iirois naa ueeu stuc-
duled to merge yesterday.

billed es. the 'blende bombshell

from the United Stat;.

Five of the other strippers wert.


She's now 20 and, if she'll par-

aon ine expression, sne s stm a

cute little girt. She's given herself

live years of which she s already
used up, two to be a big per"
"If I don't make it by then.

she says, "I'm going to throw in1

tn; towel N ana go home. If i
wasn't for 'Lover,' I'd still be a
stupid little small town girl. But
think I'd be happier."

Highlights of Dixiy : Gillespie's

30-oay tour of south America, a
State DeDartment soonsored vov

age cringing nop to tne

"'Lover; was

says. "It had

xt,a .punuuB -w 1 1 h b;i..;r-

. u.r Trrv Munr Dirore

ia Bro.dwev tor nor newcer- uiai

t ... i i t



... tOO
is y. i.o s i'u, ... i ....,.( from
a ju'l.Viho claims siie iies on
Venus and that she's seen all of

Jeff's pictures from a flying sau

hovers over dnve-m

r Rita Hayworth, I hear, isnt
jumping for joy over the sad net
that she's the only star in 'lire
Down Below" who Isn't getting a
cut of the profits. Both Robert
Mitchum and Jack Lemmon are
in for a slice of, everything vthat
comes across, the box office
. counter. : '..
A movietown agent who has an
Italian starlet with an unpro unpronounceable
nounceable unpronounceable name under contract
threatens to pin the trick tag of
the year on her Minnie Strone!
A very soupy name if you ask me.
British Actress Elspeth March
is letting her two kiddies. Lindsay
and Jamie, return to Hollywood to
be with r father, Stewart
Granger. She explains: "My chil children
dren children need a father's influence. I
thiuk all children do."
Judy Garland, whose lips have

been sealed on certain details, or
her life, has changed, her m I n d
about penning her ; m e m e i r
Simon and Schuster are dickering
with Judy' to publish e tell ell
book In the future.
Inside reason why Vanessa
Brown kept silent when Gina
Lollobrigida announced from
Paris that she would star in "Moll
Flanders" it a giggle. Vanessa a
independent film company has
been preparing the film and
dickering with Sophia Loren,
Gina'a big rival, to star in the
Ei!hr Williams is doing an
extra flip in her British aquacade
over the notices she's getting as
a drv actress in U-I's "The Un Unguarded
guarded Unguarded Moment." The million million-dollar
dollar million-dollar mermaid is an air-gulper
in the thriller about a school-

The'Witnet: If sense of humor

counts in Ouo Preminger's -search
for a young actress to play Joan
of Arc in "Saint Joan," one of the
promising contestants is i Malibu
Beach, Calif., dirt who submitted
her photo to bim with this com comment:':
ment:': comment:': ;. -v
, ....,... vv..-.v,,:..ov,
"As you see, I'm not beautiful
just a pleasant, subtle mixture
of Grace Kelly and Ward Bond."

Not In The Script: Vittorie De
Sica te Marlene Dietrich en the!

t of "The Monte Carlo Story":
"There ia nothing w r n g, my
treasure, in marrying fer money.
Marrying for love is an American
invention, like plastics."

Dorothy Dandridge will draw.

8100,000 in U.S. crinkly for ner
starring role in her upcoming
French film. "The Short Cut." It

follows "Island in the Sun" on
her schedule. 1 .
Robert Ryan has his fingers

crossed hoping he will land the

Jack- Dempsey film biography.
Winding up bis latest film, "Men
in War," fie told me:
"It should be the greatest fight
film ever made."' Ryan's a nat natural
ural natural for the role he was heavy heavy-Dartmouth
Dartmouth heavy-Dartmouth College four straight

Tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 13
A M. . i
. ,

6:00-Slgn On Alarms Clock
Club 1 1 requests taken

' by phone till T.m ;
7:30 Mornlna- Salon Concert

8:15 Church In The Wildwood

8:30 Musical Reveille
S:00 News
J:15-Sacred Heart ? -r ;
8:30 Pai'is Star Time
10:00 News
10:0' Spins and Needles (re

i quests taken by phone

.--' till 6:30)
11:00 News

11:05 S plnsAndNee dies

(cont'd) '
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News-


12:3a". t And Lot
1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneert
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00 Tex Beneke Show .. ..-2:15
2:15 ..-2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Much-B lndtn g-ln-The
s Marsh

J:00 Hank Snow And His be sentenced next week.

. Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What'a Your Favorite (r-

quests taken by phone
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7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
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8:30 Take It From Here
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10:45 Temple Of Dreams'
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12:00-Sign Off. v

Allcripl To Silence
Elvis Prcsby
YCmiiIS ill jaa

JMINEOLA. N.Y..Sept. 12 (UP)

An attempt to silence Elvis Pre Presley
sley Presley landed three young men in jail

The three.1 Cornelius' Gallagher,

20, Gerald R. Janickey, 21, aud
George Tapoan. 19. gathered at

Sheedy's bar and grill in nearby
Hicks ville Sunday night to listen

to the juke box. "....

But payton Hibbard, 29, got to
the record machine first. He start started
ed started playing Elvis Presley records.
Every time Elvis bayed, Gal Gallagher
lagher Gallagher stamped his feet, in an ef effort
fort effort to jar the juke box and set
off a mechanism that would have
silenced the record.
Hibbard objected. Police saH
daita-thcr and fc's friends Teplit-,1
by throwing a 'chair at Hibbard
and heaving a bar stool at a friend
of Hibbards's. ;
Two peanut vending machines
and several chairs were smashed

before police arrived. ,

ine three anti-Presley youths

pieaoeq guuty today to assault
and malicious mischief. They will

tn thm iinrler

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i Arriving in Quito. Ecuadon Gil

to Joan Weber?'-,nd 5,'gg,!r. '.i J

A-vatci uiiv3, iuv uiyui ui uunv

aquil, Ecuador,, now has three

a burden,"

me terribly de-i


happened to Joan Weber? and

trying to live up to that big hit.

And, when I started, I bad nothing

IIY Woman Gsls M
Hews In Bunches;

Husband, Sis Die

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airs, ineai iierzug xeceivta a
te'-phone call from Buffalo yes'.er yes'.er-fj
fj yes'.er-fj informing her of the death of
i, .ister there.' 4.

autographed pictures of Dizzy, u

nangms in nis office: when thev

victim had been dating, but broke played in Buenos Aires, the then-

up about six weeks ago- after, ter sold out for two-a-day for an

Brown beat her. entire week; the police had to be

- Stunned at the news, she hung
un the telephone and went to tell
Vr husband, Herman, 65, about

Miss Fitzpatrick had hoped te
be married yesterday te an ex
convict, but her plant went aw awry
ry awry when police arrested her
fiance, James R. Maisie, .30, I I-ronton,
ronton, I-ronton, Ohio, and two compa companions,
nions, companions, !' .' 'i -i
The three admitted they wer
planning to rob a Chicago bank

Miss Fitzpatrick aaid at the tin

that the was not aware oi
sie's bank robbery plan or
be was a paroled, convict.
... tit i i :r .. t,a,

called to restore order in the

Montevideo theater; Dizzy s .vocal

isi, Austin cramer, was ouerea a

Unable to find him, -she looked
out iNrindow of their apartment
and taw his pa jama-clad body on
the sidewalk five stories below.
Tterzog "had been 111 for several

job by the Argentina radio" but years, police said.. He left notes
said no,. : 1 ; ; to two brothers saying, ."Thanks
j '. 5 '' '.' fm all vnu've doirtd for me. I don't

Pat Boone bought house In want to be a burden any longer."

Leonn, N.J., overlooking the
North Jersey meadows. He sairi

The .remammg

were Filininos.

Officials aaid that one of t h
JaAinMii' tttrinnflii was in tht

The Justice Department asked h.v,n ,j h.rfnrmino with "nnthim

of the Clayton Anti-Trust Act.

The government contends the two
firms are competitors and a merg merger
er merger would remove "an important
independent competitive factor"
in the container manufacturing

The government also asked J

Sugarman to set a date at which
Continental would have to show
cause why an injunction, if issued,
should not be made permanent ;

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SAIGON, Indochina, Sept. 13 13-(UP)
(UP) 13-(UP) A Catholic priest who es escaped
caped escaped from Communist North
Viet Nam charged yesterday that
the Reds are giving priests permis permission
sion permission to leave the country and then
executing them as they head lor
the border;
The Rev. Nguyen Van Ban,
who managed to escape the Red-

held section of the divided coun

try, said the Communists give
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for, South Viet Nam. But those

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long line of good instrumehtals
that should be a hit-"Sadie's
Shawl" with fine recordings by
Bob Sharpies (London) and-Rich-ard
Hayman. and Jan August

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foreign aviation cadets, from 22 nations, in thta Civil Air Patrol international''
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ROLLING HOME-,Beverly Anderson poises' on the d-iving board for a plunge
into a portable swim pool which is part of a self-propelled, $75,000 "fiae "fiae-ship,
ship, "fiae-ship, on display in. New York'City. It: also has a helicopter landing deck

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For Basketball Title Tonight

Llajlic Hurls Eight-Hitter
F or 4-2 Brooklyn Victory
. NEW YbHK, Sept. 12 (UP) All even I That's
what the Dodders and Bfaves were today after 133
games except maybe Brooklyn has the edge of that
valiant old veteran, Sal Maglie, who comes riht out
end admits he told a lie.


The happy, perspiring Maglie
let the lie out of the bag last

n'.zht amid the tremendous iu

bilatioa that followed his 4-2
victory over the Milwaukee
Braves. The triumph, Maglie's
10th since coming to the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers from Cleveland last May 17,
boosted Brooklyn into -liE
rlace tie with Milwaukee and

oroii th kiridintr. luhilant atmo

sphere was such that a guy could
admit to & whopper.'
"when I first came over here

from Cleveland," Magli said In
between congratulatory hand

shakes, "I told Randy Jackson
that all I wanted to do was win

10 games. But I was lying.
I want more." v ,vw
The way the 39-year rold ex ex-nlant
nlant ex-nlant richt-hander pitched a-

galnst the Braves last night he's
going to gel; more wins, too. And
he wasn't exactly winding ,his
watch at the plate, either J in
addition to scattering eight hits
and striking out six batters, he

rapped Dodger nemesis bod uuni
for a two-run. single In the
fourth to put the Brooks ahead
for good, v
Maglie was nicked for Eddie
Mathews' 35th homer In the
second lnnfng and Joe Ad Ad-cock's
cock's Ad-cock's 36th in the ninth bat
both blows came with the bas bases
es bases empty. Gil Bodges homered
' for Brooklyn.; :
The Victory, Brooklyn's first
at the expense of Buhl this sea season
son season after he had beaten the
Dodgers seven times, put them,
back; In first place forthe first
time since April 28.
Milwaukee and Brooklyn meet
lor the last time this year today
with Lew Burdette. opposing big
Don Neweombe. : ;
Cincinnati ripped the Giants,
11-5, and now ig only ttwo games
removed from first place. Ted
Kluszewski, Ed Bailey and Frank
Robinson all homered in the
Redleg triumph, credited to 're 'reliever
liever 'reliever Art Fowler, and those
three homers gave Cincy a total
of 201 for the season.
Robinson's homer was his 38th
of the year and it tied the major
pfl-"ii rord fta rop'ue frt by
W. if V r-son
r- ' '!. a

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major league hlutory viih five
players boasting 25 or more

homers. Kluszewski has 35, Wal Wal-ly
ly Wal-ly Post 29 and Gus Bell 25.
Homers by Ken Boyer and
Bobby del Greco helped the
Cardinals strengthen t h e ir
, grip on fourth place with a 5-3
victory over the Phillies. Ex Ex-Phillie
Phillie Ex-Phillie Hentt Wehmeier was
credited with his 11th victory
while southpaw Curt Simmons
suffered his 10th loss. WMIie
Jones homered for Philadel Philadelphia.
phia. Philadelphia. Dale Long and Frank Thomas
hit back-to-back homers in the
eighth and Bob Clemen te came
through with a run-scoring sin-

Today Encanto .35 2
At 9:00 p.m.
,. and His Electronic Organ
On The Screen:


. IDEAL .20 JO
Tin Tan in

"Lo Que le Pasd a Sanson"
Silvia Derbez In

ele In the ninth to eive the Pi

rates a 4-3 decision over the

Cubs. Roy Face, Pittsburgh's
fourth pitcher, registered his

12th triumph.

The Yankees remained 11
games in front in the American
League race if anyone can still
call it 4hat-by beating the last last-place
place last-place Athletics, -5. Hank Bauer

smashed his 24th and 25th horn

ers while Yogi Berra drove 1 In
two runs with his 28th homer.
Reliever Tom Morgan was the

winner while Art Ditmar suiler

ed his 21st defeat even: though
he. "hit a homer. Hector Lopes

ana Harry wmpson also con connected
nected connected for the. A's.
' .. .... ... :
Sinkerballer Bob Lemon Join Joined
ed Joined the ranks of the 200-game
winners when he pitched and
batted the Indians to a 3-1 tri

umph over the Orioles. Lemon

limited the Orioles to six hits

ana wt a two-run homer off

Ray Moore in the second inning.
The -victory was the 200th of
Lemon's big league pitching ca career
reer career which began In 1948 and
marked his 19th win of the sea season.
son. season. Gus Trlandos homered for
the Orioles.

Willard Nixon and ;1ivpr

Ivan Delock checked the whtu

Sox on five hits in pitching the
Red Sox to a 5-3 victory. Nixon
was credited wDth the victory,
featured by Ted Williams' 20th
homer run of the year off loser
Bob Keegan In the fifth.

frank Larv Ditched a twoJiit.

ter for his 17th victory as his
Detroit teammates pounded out
14 hits in rolling to a 12-0 vic victory
tory victory over ; Washington. Rav

Boorte homered for the Tiirers.

Dean Stone was the loser.

YESTERDAY'S STAR Thlr-tv-nine-year-old
Sal Maglie of
the Dodgers, who pitched
them ?nto a first place tie with
a 4-2 victory over the Braves.

!ix P:c:r$ Sr

NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (UP)
A panel of six doctors has
cleared the way for a heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight title fight between Ar Archie
chie Archie Moore and Floyd Patter Patterson.
son. Patterson.
The doctors examined the
right hand Patterson broke
last June while beating Tom Tommy
my Tommy "HurrJcase" J a c k s 0 n.
Chairman Julius Helfand of
the New York state Athletic,
Commission issued their glow glowing
ing glowing report.
'Tatterson's hand," said He!-,
fand, "has healed perfectly.
He can go into training ira ira-medately
medately ira-medately and could fight in
about four weeks."
The International Boxing
Club Immediately started neg negotiating
otiating negotiating with the managers of
the two fighters. They must
agree on a time and place for
the tlghp. Originally, it was
planned for September 25 at
Yankee Stadium, New York,
but Patterson's hand failed to
heal In time. The Moore-Pat-
terson f-ght wEI crown a
champion to fill the title left
vacant when unbeaten Rocky
Marciano retired last April


made their first run for a pen

nant in 15 years helped by left

fielder Frank Robinson,' hard-hit

ting National Lesgue "Rookie of.

tbe Year."

tonight's Welterweight
Championship Bout Gould
Turn Out To Be A Brawl

- - s .- t. 1
In TI12 nsjeirs
(Based on 350 official at bats) :

riayer, Clnb il 1 t pet

Aaron, Mil. ( 137 537 101 175 .326
Virdon. Pitts. 142 523 71 167 .319

Moon, St. L. 135 488 84 155 .318
S'dienst, N.Y. 115 425 62 134 .315
Musial, St. L. 139 530 75 1C5 .311

Mantle, N.Y.
Kuenn, Det.

Nieman, Bal.

Maxwell, D.
Runnels, W.

134 489 119 173 .334

129 523 84 175 -335

114 384 58 127 .331

124 438 89 142 .3211
131 515 65 162 .315

NEW YORK. Sent. lJ-(UP)

The welterweight championship
fight between Johnny Saxton
and" former champ carmen Ba Ba-silio
silio Ba-silio tonight could be a wild

The key Is Saxton's tactics.

BasiUo's : handlers feel Saxton
did a let of damage around Car Carmen's
men's Carmen's eyes with his thumb while

winning a controversial decision

at Chicago March 14. The word
is that If Saxton makes as much
as one lab with the thumb, Ea Ea-sillo
sillo Ea-sillo will cut loose -with a ba? of

tricks that would' turn .the fight

.into a no-holds-barred donny-

one way or another, the re return
turn return go at Syracuse, New York,
should be a good fight.. It also
should be a box-office success
Co-promoter Norman Rothschild
said he has an advance of $110 -000
and may hit a gate of $150, $150,-000.
000. $150,-000. That would top the central
New York State record f Just
under $120,000 set last June by
Basilio and Tony De Marco. 1
As for the odds, Basilio still Is
a slight favorite (at 10-11) to

Mantle, Yanks .......... 47
'Snider, Dodsrers 38
Robinson, Rediegs ...... 33
Adcock, Braves 38
Kluszewski, Redlfgs .... 35
.Mathews, Braves 35
, r ; v3 1 tii j 1.
Mantle, Yanks 118
Kaline, Tigers 118
Kluszawskl, Redlegs ... 101
Musial, cards ..i.,,.., 100
Simpson, Athletics. 98

New York Ab R H Po A
Bauer rf 5 3 S 1 0
Slaughter If ..... 5,0 2 0
Mantle cf ....... 2 2 0 5 0
Berra c 5 2 3 3 0
Colnns lb ....... 4 0 0 11 0
McDougald 2b, ss 4 1 1 4 5
Carey 3b 3 0 0 0 1
b-Skowron 0 10 0ft
Coleman 2b ...... 0 0 0 0 0
Hunter ss 3 0 0 3 2
c-Wilson ........ 1 0 0 0 0
d-Mamln 3b ...... 0 0 0 0 0
Kucks p 2 0 0 0 2
a-Noren ......... 1 0 0 0 0
Morgan p ....... 0 0 .0 0 1
e-Sieburn ....... 1 0 0 0 0
Byrne p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 36 9 9 27 11

Kansas Cy

nriTT if 1 ...n-MmnMt.
1 : ). Nv 4
v i
. ,.""
" '4 ; Lm w Jk i4 t

Power 2b ........'4 1

Pllarcik cf 2 0

I-Groth cf 0 0

Sklzas If ........ 41
Simpson rf 3 1
Smith c ......... 4 0

Robinson lb ..... 3 0

g-Pless .......... 1 0
Lopez 3b 4 1
DeMaestri si .... 4- 0'
Ditmar p 3 1
Crimian p ....... 0 0


32 5 7 27 13

. a-Flied out for Kucks In 7th.
b-lntentlonal walk for Carey
In 8th.
e-Safe on error for Hunter In
. d-Ran for Wilson in 8th'..
;. f-Walked for Pllarcik In 8th.
g-Struck out for Robinson in

New York
Kansas city

100 210 041-9
000 013 100-5

SUMMARY Errors: Berra,
Ditmar. RBI: Bauer 2, Slaughter,
Berra, 2, McDougald 2,. (McDou (McDou-gald
gald (McDou-gald and Skowron scored on
Dltmar's error in 8th), (Power
Scored on Berra 's error in'athi

Simpson 2. Lopez, Ditmar. Dou

bles: McDougald. Power. TrlDle;

Slaughter. Hits: Bauer 2, Berra,
Lopez, Simpson, Ditmar. Double Double-play:
play: Double-play: Hunter to McDougald to
Collins, DeMaestri to Power to
Robinson. Left on base; Yankees
6, Athletics 3. Bases on balls:

Kucks 2, Morgan 1, Ditmar
S.O.! Kucks 1, Morgan 1, Ditmar
3, Crimian 2. Hits off: Kucks 6 6-6,
6, 6-6, Morgan 1-3. Ditmar 8-7 2-3,

junmian 3-1 1-3. Runs and earn earn-;;ed
;;ed earn-;;ed runs: Kucks 4-3, Morgan 1-1,
jHDitmar 8-6, Crimian 1-1. Wild
.ijpitch: Ditmar. WP: Morgan 5-
0). LP: Ditmar (10-21),

5f Lc r StwDS. ;

DONCASTER, Eng., Sept. 12

(UP) American Ralph StrasS'

burger's Cambremer, ridden by

French jockey Freddie palmer

won me st. Leger Stakes, last

of the English classic races on
the Town Moor jours here to-
Second was Lord Astor'i Horn Horn-ibeam,
ibeam, Horn-ibeam, ridden by Joe Mercer,
three-quarters of a length be
hind, and third was Frank Den Dennis'
nis' Dennis' French Beige, piloted by
Geoff Littlewood, another length
and a half behind, --'-v
Thirteen three-year-olds ran
In the one mile, six furlongs and
1"? yards classic, all but one be-
' c.its rrr ; pou
- J only f ; lUn, Kg l'reu.i l'reu.i-cjer,
cjer, l'reu.i-cjer, carried 123 pounds.
The win for "American in

Paris" Ralph Strassburger meant

mat French horses have won
three of the five classic races In
England this season. The other
two were the Derby and the
.Betting on the first three was
eight to one, five to one and
Taiga, owned by G. Oldham
and ridden by Manny Mercer,
was fourth.
Favorite, French Baron Guy
De Rdthschild's Pont Levis was
unplaced. It started at three to
one. !,..- 1

beat saxton In the champ's first

defense, saxton took the crown

rrom B&smo in March.
A one-time middleweight con

tender Willie Troy has been
sidelined from -four to six
months. Johnny Sullivan of
England took a unanimous de decision
cision decision from Troy Monday night
in New York and broke Willie's

jaw in the third round.

Braves Sign
Hahey For 57

NEW YORK, Sept. 12-(CP
The Milwaukee Brave( have
signed manager Fred Haney
for the 1957 season. ; r
General manager John Qninn
said Haney was being rehired
in Qulnn's word ."As an ex expression
pression expression of appreciation for
tbe wonderful job he has done
for our club."
Haney replaced Charley
Grimm as manager on June
18, when the Braves were in
fifth place. The Braves won
their next 11 garnet 'n a row
under Haney aitd moved into
first plac& where they still are.
Uaney managed the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates last year, and
.was discharged as the Pirates
finished in the National
League cellar.


Lc:3 Pbvclb


(Best-Of-Seven Ser'es)


Toronto ....
Montreal ,,.

Won Lost Pet.

1 0 l.cnrt
0 1 .r i

Chesterfield and Balboa Beer
will meet tonight for the final
game of the 1958 basketball sea

son as they square off to decide

the cage champions of this year.
Both teams are tied in the fi final
nal final series now going into extra
play as a result of Chesterfield's
sensational win over their rivals
last Saturday,

Il2ll:n:l Uzjc





Balboa had maintained an un undefeated
defeated undefeated status with five con-
SMMlt.tvft vlnt.nrlM ftnrl tarfl nt

the wfi tn thot, 1vfh tn thm St. LOUIS

twice-around. four-team, series, JWladelphta

wino wey rauiea eanv m ine .-

game to run up a 14-polnt ad advantage
vantage advantage over th Chesterfield
team. A win then would- have
meant the title for the Beermen.

New York


J! J. G I Teams

81 57 .587 2 Chieago
M M I3-i Boston
M 73 63 19 (Detroit
81 78 .439 W BalttaorV

li '-'iS! (Washington
54 83 J9i 2814 irr.. r-,-

But the Eleta-owned Colon

team had other plans and moved

into contention as Ruben Huer Huer-ta
ta Huer-ta sparked his teammates to
Within striking distance. The
Huerta feat was the incentive
lacking in the Smokers early early-game
game early-game drive, and once gotten," the
defending champions moved on
and tied the game then moved
up to a first half five-point lead.
" w ....
' ThSO tsama Viani t

other five times this season, four
Oncinnatl 204 201 002-41 14 1
a. . i .. TV mmr VAk eaft a aak

Milwaukee at Brooklyn
' Cincinnati at New York 'r,
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)
. Only games acheduiid.
(Nieni Uamet -, u

MUwaukee 010 000 001-2 8 1
Brooklyn 800 200 02x-4 5

Buhl (16-8), Trowbridge, Crone,
Johnson and Rice, Crandall.
Maglie (10-4) and Campanel-



Prt. GB
Mt 11
AS9 12
Mi Wj
m 181
.431 29 Yi
416 31' j
416 45

went into the official record

dook and one an exhibition con contest
test contest at the Colon Arena, m
these meetings, Balboa has been
victorious in three (including
the Colon exhibition) accumu accumulating
lating accumulating an advantage 0f points
scoring 344 points to the Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield 333 totals in another
phasevof scoring, Balboa is also
ahead of Chesterfield. The Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men have made good 90 free
throws In 171 attempts for a 53
per cent average, while the Co Colonies
lonies Colonies have scored 61 'per cent
of their 107 free throw attempts,
or 55 good shots.
' From, the floor chesterfield
has outscored Balboa with 139
field goals to Balboa's 127. It
plainly shows that Balhoa-. min

ces against Chesiterfield lies in

me iree xnrow department."
Tonight's winners win h. th

1956 chamDlonn nH thi. .,in.

ner-take-aii" game tonight
should be as thrilling and excit exciting
ing exciting as all the other meetings of
thes. clubs

" "re 3UOQ0Z00O f 10 9
Jansen, Fowler (11-10), Free Freeman
man Freeman and Bailey.
M1f,oneri (5-6), Littlefield,
Ridsik, WUhelm and SarnL
(Nlghl Gamei ?

t. LOUls A1SAMS1At 1

; !J!,Yor Kansas City (N)
Baltimore at Cleveland (N)
Boston at Chicago
Wasb'ngton at Detroit
'Mgbt Game)
New York 104 210 641 rf 1
Kansas City 000 613 100-4 7 1
m2y2XL'iwtn -)."- Byrne


(18-21), Crtnlan


Philadelphia 000 002 1003 t



Katt. .,
Simmons (ll.lo), R. Miller,
Haddix and Lopata.
(Nltht Gamvk

Chicago 001 002 000-3 8
P ttsburgh 010 000 0214 10 1

drith -'). and Lan-

(Night Game)' :
Baltimore 000 010 000 -1
Cleveland 120 600 0u ft

Moore (11-7) and Trtandoi".
Hegan?11' nd f""

(Night Gamrt



620 110 100-5 11
102 000 COO 3 5

,ekon (9-8), Delock and Da.
a?"J ka (S-7) taPalme; Kin Kin-der,
der, Kin-der, Howell and LoUar.

Wash. 000 000 000 9 x s
Detroit 011 901 OOx-lJ 14 n

Hall. W... "J. l...?lun '-) Chakales. r.rlirS

(12-9, and rSto"" "CeiW ..

; "j .ti-iai ana WUSon.



ri p---


Won Lost I

Rochester ...... ... 1 0 1.000

Miami ,, 0 1 .000

(13 Innings)


001 100 000 000 02 12


110 000 000 000 2-4 8

Kipp and Roseboro: Blake.

netKi (7), onmsiey (7) and sa.

watekl. WP: Grimsley. HRs:

Roseboro, Sawatskl.

Miami 000 000 oooo ,..:)

Rochester 200 000 18x 3 9

Owens, Qualters (8) and Hol-

ton; Blaylock and Rand. LP:


24 Years in National League
Written for NSA Service v

QUESTION: With a man

first base, the batter singles

sumes with men o nbase?


A. A full-dteond

on the stretch.



right field. The fielder throws to QUESTION: With a runner on
third in an attempt to get the man second base, the ball is hit to the
going from first to third on t he shortstop. The runner stops in
E lay. The throw gets past the third' front of the fielder, momentarily
aseman and caroms off the leg shielding his view of the ball. He

of the third base coach, who made men resumes to third, is this in

an attempt to get out of its way.

The runner picks himself up and

scores, the batter takes second, is
tills legal? George Watson.

Answer: Yes a thrown ball that

bits a cosch or an umpire it in
play as long a the coach tried
to get out of its way.

Q. The shortstoD went Into short;

left to get a roo flv. He crabbed

it, but was juggling it as he

crossed the foul line. He took

steps, then drooped the ball as

into the seats. Umpire ruled a
double. Why? George Rischman.

A. The umpire's judgment on

terference? Walt Donovan.

Answer: An umpire would
have le tee It. If the rvnner stop stopped
ped stopped deliberately it probably
would be interference. However,
most major leaguers In this sit situation,
uation, situation, play it cezy. They slow
down a bit but never .stop end
accomplish nearly the seme pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Instead ef getting caught
on interference, they are patted
on the back ter smart baseball.

i!i..J ILj I I..vJ
Firs! Oiafnj Stity
. El Panama Skin Diving Club
wUI have Its first outing this
Sunday. The trip will cover
favorite sk'n-dlving location
around Taboga, Taboguilla
and Urava Island.
Interested men and women
may contact Bob Mcllvalne be before
fore before Friday noon at El Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's Skin Diving club headquarters.

A Big 0n3


Mantilla ss ...... 4
O'Conneil 2b 3
Aaron rf 4

Mathews 3b 4
Adcock lb ....... 4

Pafko If 3
Thomson If 1

uruton cl 4
Rice c 1
a-Tanner ........ 1
Craqdall c 2

Ab R H Po

Hum n

Trowbridge p
b-Hersh ....

urone p

c-rorre .
Johnson p


It's hard for most nennf a t he

optimisiic about a football team
like the Cristobal Tigers.
AOuUpip-hPl by bot'1 Pq'hna
and Cp 7 ? J--1!.!,- (.':,. ,s
outnu.i.u ",1 jii re.,, rve power

oy we Buimogs and out-experienced
bv the older 3. c. eipvpn

the Cristobal Tigers once again
man the role of underdog as the
three teams square off m prae-

ice sessions nnor to th & la

jBinuoree on sept, zs wnicn an

nuauy lifts the curtain on the

local gridiron season.

I intend, to make several trlnx

no, me paciric aide during the
course of the '58 season tn e

Just what It is that these two
dreadnaughts from "over there'r
have that tabs them early pre preseason
season preseason co-favorites.

But in the meantime I can't

help but be lust a little optimis

tic of Cristobal's chances of re-

pwwub; ur even improving :oni0f nep tw.

w5 amoin Werleixi, run run-fti
fti run-fti hardeS and ,00kin? better
sSS. ' the cdmin8 8ea"
m P"y Croft. 's-rww.
foi,iPnre v., i rr
creditable has added gone
weigh); and sneod t m? J?Z

and is practically assured of or e
of the halfback slots...
vt Jl'JVn 1uartback' t red red-not
not red-not battle raf hatm.u

WindV Ssssn anl n...u ri'


ommte, couia earn tre
position on offense as he uses
to best advantage a good herd
and plenty of speed. H snom

good bet for palumbo'a selection

as the lad to call the playj cn

There is a lot mnm tA Vm ,im

for the 1958 version of t.h rrtfs-

tobai Tigers, but well leave aorr e
material out for our next edition

34 2 8 21 12


Gilliam 2b ....

Reese ss ......
Snider cf
Robinson 3b
Amoros If ....
Furillo rf
Hodges lb . .4
Campanella e
Maglie p .....


3 2
2 0
4 0

1 11

0 8
1 0

27 4 5 27 13

-Jackie Robinson was at first f

1.14. 1 I i


when Sandy Amoros hit a long

ny against tne ngnt wan. Robin

son rounaea secona and 'was
bumped by Dick Groat, Pitts-

this was that the player never had shMp. The umpire E
full possession of the ball. The ed obstruction and sent Rnhin.nn

amount of steps does not enter to the platei Wnjr? Robinson was
into this. Full Possession IS Shown nlv onin tnwini ihirA r...

hlf t Vl A 1 4rM Httinrf MflrTv 4f VI : I -4

another play turning and start

ing to throw the ball, for example. A. The umpire decided he

V. What is the count a pitcner could have made the nlata if nat

must take before delivering 5he for the obstruction, so he sent
ball from the set position he as-i him in,

' CnhitUnrln fiend h Pt n khWwrl k

- ' ' "


b-Orounded out for Trow

bridge in 5th.
c-Flied out for Crone In 7th.


; 010 000 0012
000 200 02x 4

SUMMARY Errors: John Johnson.
son. Johnson. RBI : Mathews, Maglie 2,
(Robinson scored on Johnson's
error in" 8th), Hodges, Adcock.
Sacrifices; O'Conneil, Amoros.
Double-plays: MantiUa-O'Con-nell-Adcock.
Left on but:
Braves 6, Dodgers 8. Bases on

balls; Buhl 7, Johnson 1. 8.O.:
Buhl 2, Crone 1, Johnson 2, Mag Maglie
lie Maglie 8. Hits off: Buhl 2-3 2-3,
Trowbridge 0 1-3, Crone r 0-2,

Johnson 3-2. Runs and earned

runs: Buhl 2-2, Johnson 2-2,

Maglie 2-2. WP; Maglie (10-4.
LP; Buhl (16-8).

the past campaign.

Strangely enoueh the encour

aging signs from the Tiger
practice field 1 one reserved ex

clusively for the accepted atari

and returning lettermen.

one of tne rougnest customers

seem In workouts to date is one
Sammy Newhard who comes in into
to into his own this year, as a fast.

hard-hitorng linesman who ap appears
pears appears rightfully confident of his
own ability. Newhard will play
an Important role in Cristobal's
line alongside Milton J Grover,
Barry Davison. Kenny Stone and
Jack Willoughby. ;
A young freshman seems sure surely
ly surely headed towards becoming
Cristobal's first 4-letter football
player In many, a season. Don
Bruce, a husky 166-pounder, is
already well coordinated and
has taken full advantage of the
football he learned so well as
an eight-grader. Yes, Bruce
should see plenty of action as
wi Lester Bailey, a lanky Jun Junior
ior Junior who has been hard at work
earning a starting position on
the Cristobal ibt.'--w
" Billy Gibson and John i For Forrest,
rest, Forrest, a pair of capable ends,
seems Co have already eased pa pa-lumbo's
lumbo's pa-lumbo's problem of replacements
in those two positions.
The Tiger backfleld is chock
full of experienced talent and

They went in as underdogs last
year, and came within a whisker
of taking it all,

'Converse All Star'
BMtBilL :
; and
No. 47. Central Ave.
Phone 2-2504

, oa Nlshttr fnm
S:N r-m.
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77- 0
Mead si cry cn p: U
v;."ll'(Hip,.lr., lyn
t f
7 t v r' ''
lh : independent
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hm S !:!::!
For ICcfcuvcr

.- ?j

NEGRO STUDENTS ATTEND SCHOOL National Guardsmen and State Police were on hand
a i Negro students entered the Sturgls, Kentucky. High School. The seven Negroes who went
into the school found the classrooms almost deserted. Only a few white students showed up
'for classes. ' ..;
J f ... .... ; ., -. ,. i
hjew Racial Tensions Seen In Texas;
.. h . r- I

But b turqi
) ATLANTA, Sept. 12 (UP).-
erossburning at a Negro high
Soliool and a rock fight between
white and Negro youths set the
stage today for possible new ten
sion over attempted cuw
nrafinn in Texas.
: Th disturbance broke out last
tight at the border city of Texar-
kana, wnere wnite picjieis
prevented Negroes from entering a
junior college. '
four-foot cross wraDoed In
B-orncpnp- snaked cloth was set a
blaze on the campus of Dunbar
Hieh School for Negroes. L a t e r
four white and seven Negro boys
were arrested for fighting..
; The Negroes, said .they were
chased in their1 car by the white
boys until overtaken ana cornerea
and then the two groups hurled
rocks at each other, The b 0 y s
wre to aDDear in city court to
day.' P;,'-.fts :
. Authorit axpacted larga
crowd of whites to gather again
.at Texarkana Junion College to
prevent a Negro girl, who is
backed by a court order, from
attending classes. ,:
"ut at Sturgls, Ky'yv and Clin-'
1 Term., cenes o, the wort
.. ..rcp. thus 'iar in' the ichool
ii sgra1ion controversy, the
at mob violence and Pos-
nble bloodshed appeared ended.
Negro leaders met in Sturgis to
consider the prospects of safe safe-euardinir
euardinir safe-euardinir the Negro "high school
students after the remaining hand
fu of National Guardsmen pulled
Most of the guardsmen with
J Weather Or Not
This weather nport, for the 24
hours ending I a.m. today, it pre pre-,
, pre-, pared by the Meteorological- and
. Hydrographic Branch of the Pin
ama Canal Company;
Low-. .......
High. ........
Imax riph)
RAIN (incht
(inner harboril

SO .... 84
71 73
98 94
77 10
$17 N14
.05 2.05
" ;;. i- -r-v
82 83

T I D It
,10:00 a.m.
10:53 p.m.

3 :C2 4:59 6:56 8:53 f i. 0.75 0.40



A Howard Wrlsch

A iiowsra nnscn
ro-sta;- -" i'XA

Ln:::S O OH CAUCA cos
Screen Play by Jesse Lasky,

Howard Vv'elsch and Harry Tatelman. ;
Directed by Nicholas Ray A Colublao Picture

OneMaScoPI production Color by Technicolor

s, Uinron uange r I- a a es

drew during the night v
Attorneys for the National Asso
ciation for the Advancement oi 10
lored People were expected to
meet at Sturgis tonight to draw up
a petition for additional court safe
guards of integration. i
They planned to ask for a feder
al court injunction against interfer
ence with the right of eight Negro
teenagers to continue classes at
the previously all p white Sturgis
High School. m
National Guardsmen, "faded a
way" from the successfully inte
grated Clinton, Tenn., high school
and Negroes also went to class
without escort at Sturgis, Ky.
All of the National Guard which
at one point totaled 633 men in
Clinton had left town although
there was no official announce
ment. Shriff Glad Woodward said
his expanded local force could now
handle "any situation by our;
selves." ; :
The last ef the troops' armored
personnel carriers thundered a-
way and i "As far as I know."
Woodward said, "there aren't any
troops left." The guard came in
with seven tanks to quell riots in
Clinton 10 days ago,' -
State Adj. Gen. Joe' Henry let-e-
confirmed that the guard had
been withdrawn but laid ha did
not publicize the action because
he did not think it would be wise
to do so. ,'.,5: ,- ',.,-?
However. Henrv said, some ."75
luu-ume guardsmen within a ra
dius of 50 miles of Clinton a t i 1 1
could be mustered w,i t h i n ; an
"We could get back In there
much faster than we did the first
time,, Henry said.
Security was left in the hands
of Sheriff Woodward and his aug
mented force for more than 150
auxiliary police.. Gov, Frank Cle
ment had instructed the sheriff
Saturday to prepare to take over
as quickly as possible. ;
The sheriff's new deputies in
clude some 50 men from the auxi
liary police force at the nearby at
omic, city of Oak Ridgef. which al
so contributed equipment.
' we doa't anticipate further
irouoie," woodward said. y
A sundown curfew for t a e n
agers and emergency laws a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst .public .assemblies were
still in effect. -. : ..-,
- Both at Clinton and Sturgis, tiie
truaney Jaws were used as an ef effective
fective effective weapon against boycotts
of the schools organized by white
Boycotts against five integrated
scnoois in mercer county, W. Va
also lost their steam when- offi
cials cited the law providing 10-
day jail sentences for parents who
1 keep- their children out of classes

3:54 a.m. Maj. Gerald Price of the Ken Ken-4:31
4:31 Ken-4:31 p.m.tucky National Guard said 31 stu-




i 'j t

MIkhail mmnr
Jr. Produced


1 V- J "-.

1 ' (NEA Telephoto)
dents of the total enrollment of 320
uram 'in loa nmnaroH uith nn
ly 34 Monday' morning. One white
hnv mair 44nrnKfthlv a W mnro"
would be back Wednesday but an another
other another said "It's not over yet, we'
re waiting until tne National Guard
At Clinton,? school Principal D
J. Brittain Jr. said 'I am convinc
fid that thA sihiatinn la eoHljut
down and that attendance w i 1
sieauiiy increase' ; ; ;
. He said that th namaa nf 11
absentees were being turned over
ro iruant otncers who can take
court action, if the parents remain
adamant in- not spnrfino th hii.
- i - wv ui-
dren to the mixed school.
Konald Gust, Clinton attend attend-nee
nee attend-nee officer and fermir Univer University
sity University of Tennessee fastball star,
was making the rounds to per persuade
suade persuade parents to give in. But 35
Clinton students already had
transfarrtd to other- schools
where segregation ram lint.
It atinparpft nnthina wauM ....
of a move by 4,000 whites in Union
vuumy, ivy., wnere Sturgis is sit situated,
uated, situated, to
Chandler for ealling the National
uuara gi Keep oraer.
. vu.uvaj lan, Ullljf UIV
legislature can undertake im
peachment proceedings, fne leg legislature
islature legislature is not scheduled to meet
again until 1958 and Chandler
mmseu would nave to call a spe special
cial special session and direct the law
makers to consider any impeach impeachment
ment impeachment move.
Meeting Sunday
At Margarita
The reeular mntit.hlv matlnn
of the C.L.U-M.T.CY will be held
In the Margarita Service Center
Sunday morning at'8:00 a.m.r
1 H. E. Munro. Ieeislntlvp rpnr
sentatlve will answer questions
on legislation past and present
Roll Over, Henry;
Tell Don The News
History has caught up again
Henry Die Eighth and he will go
on public trial here next week, be before
fore before the same group of intellec
tuals who took Don Juan apart re recently.
cently. recently. J Hearings will be held in
the French ClubT
Dr. Nerio Blanco will be pre-i
sment ot tne irmunai, and Dr. Clau Clau-diQ
diQ Clau-diQ Sanchez Albornoz, the his historian,
torian, historian, will be recorded. Dr. Bias-
co y Fernandez de Moreda will
defend the Merry Monarch and hu
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VOTE IN MAINE ELECTION temocraHb Governor Edmund
Muskie and his wife, Jane, cast their ballots in a schoolhous
at WaterviUe, Me. Muskie won and thus became the first
Democrat to win re-election since the Civil War In this tradi traditional
tional traditional Republican -state.

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CANDIDATE VOTES Republican candidate for governor of
Maine, Willis A Traf ton, Jr., i.nd his wife cast their ballots
in Auburn. Traf ton, Republican State House Speaker, failed
in. his try to unseat Democratic Governor Edmund Muskie.

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By Adlai In NeytfYprti

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Ike Shags Off Uzhz Voting Result
While Duller Gloats, Predicts Win

President Eisenhower said yester yesterday
day yesterday he does not believe the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic victory in traditionally Re Republican
publican Republican Maine indicates a nation national
al national trend toward the Democrats in
the November elections. v i
The President discounted claims
by Democratic leaders that their
Maine victory w is a sure sign
they will capture the White House
and Congress two months hence.
The Democrats said even Mr. Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's personal popularity
can't stop them.
But the chief executive told his
news conference the Democratic
victory was due to the populari- I
ef Gov. Edmund S. Muikie, who
. rolled up a 60-40 victory over
Republican Willis A. Trafton Jr.
The Democrats also captured
one Maine House seat while the
outcome in a second district was
so close that a recount was cer certain.
tain. certain. The Republicans retained
the state's third House seat
Democratic National Chairman
Paul M. Butler said the Maine
outcome "points the way to a
Democratic victory in November"
and "debunks .... the myth that
President Eisenhower is so pupu pupu-lar
lar pupu-lar personally that he could carry
his unpopular party to victory:"
Adlai E. Stevenson. Mr. Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's Democratic presidential

country it safe Abraham Lincoln.

NEW YORK. Sept. 12 (UP)
Adlai E. Stevenson huddled with
eastern Democratic leaders today
to get their advice on campaign
Party bigwigs from Pennsylva
nia, Delaware, New Jersey, .New
York, West Virginia, Maryland
and the District of Columbia '.as
sembled to talk tactics with the
Democratic presidential nominee.
It was the last in series of
eight regional parleys that Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson and his running mate.
Sen. Estes Kefawver have held
around the country in an air
tour ef almost 12,000 miles in
two weeks.
Of the six states represented
here today, only West Virginia fell
into the Democratic column in
1952. But Stevenson's lieutenants
have high hopes of doing better in
wis mid-Atlantic region this year
particularly in Pennsylvania.
Stevenson will make an eff-the-record
talk her tonight at a
fund-raising dinner, and then
take plane to Harrliburg Pa.,
where he will deliver his official
campaign "kickoff" speech to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night. ;
btevenson got a rousing recep
tion last night at the liberal "par "party
ty "party convention here, which nomi nominated
nated nominated him and Kefauver to head
its ticket too. rw.
An estimated 3,500 persons rock
ed the hall with laughter and ap applause
plause applause when Stevenson attacked
the Eisenhower administration in
a speech loaded with quips.
Adlai IS. Mevenson called on
President Eisenhower to do an
in his power" to implement the
Supreme Court's decision on Inte
gration in the public schools.
The Democratic presidential
nominee jibed at the President for
remarking at his news conference
a week ago that. I think it makes
no difference whether or not I en
dorse" the decision.
Stevenson said he believes "we
must" support the ruling, whDe
rejecting the use of force to put it
into eneci.
"I think,- for myself, that the
attitude ef the President, whe is
our only official elected by all
the people, does make a differ
once to those struggling with the
day to day conflicts ef new lews
and eld customs in changing
society,'' he said.
"I count it the responsiblity of
tne cniei execuuve to do all in
his power to create a climate of
compliance with the law, and to
encourage with the immense pres
tige and power of this office those
who are earnestly trying, often in
difficult circumstances, to com
pi; with the court's decision." -Stevenson's
address' was pre
pared for delivery to the conven
tion ot tne Liberal party, which
was expected to nominated him
and Sen. Estes Kefauver to head
its ticket.. : v
He said he felt "grave concern"
that mere now are 3,000 school dis
tricts in the nation that are segre
gated. ....vv-t... ...v?':
He expressed his; "admiration"
tor ouiciais ana citizens in south
ern commumuet who are up upholding
holding upholding the rule of law. sometimes
even against their own -oersonal
feelings, sometimes in the face of
violence." ..
Stevenson recalled that then
he appeared before the .same
opponent, said the "remarkable
Democratic snowing in Maine in
dicates a national trend to t h
Democrats is still gaining momen
Not. SO. said Mr Fisendnurr TTo
said Maine voters merely decided
tney waniea me popular Muski
for a second term. The governor
maioritv. Mr. Eisenhnwir saut
was so big that he helped every
omer democrat on me ticket.
Republican leaders expect such
political strateev to wnrt in re
verse for them in November. They
nope wr. t-isennower s ; prestige
will be strong enough to carry the
uanv in viciorv in iiunr i-nnfrpj
sional races.
Mr. Eisenhower (aid he did
not know the exact situation.
But he added that he understood
only about 300,000 ef 500,000 eli eligible
gible eligible Maine voters went to the
polls. He deplored any citizen's
failure to vote and said he would
rather have someone vote a a-gaintt
gaintt a-gaintt him than not vote at all.
Ihe President said the Maine
results Will have n fffrt nn hie
previously announced campaign
pians. ue said be still expects
make no more than fiv nr
major addresses. Two-dr three
them may be made outside
Washington. -,


convention In 1952 the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans were charging that he was
"the leader of the long-hairs"
and represented "the egghead
menace." He said that "things
are different today" and Pres President
ident President ; Eisenhower's, supporters
have '"organised e committee
devoted to the care and feeding
ef the egghead vote."
"A ranking department official
in the Eisenhower administration
has not only read a book but has
even written one," he said.
The candidate! said Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and other ton Reoublicanx
often have been at variance lately
on policy matters. Stevenson said
mat recently the President "was
saying that neutralism was fine.
thu vice president was saying it
was terrible, and the secretary of
liar csvinr : ti..t .k;i
neutralism was indefensible, most
u u r Hi. . .. LI i L.
ucuuais were au risni. T :
Tr . ,v
, no quoiea wrs. Eisenhower as
saying on Aug. 3 that the S a e i
Canal was "vital to the economies
of our country." A few days later,
Stevenson said, Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles said this na nation
tion nation "is not dependent to any ap appreciable
preciable appreciable degree at all" on the
canal. -.v-;-. I
Stevenson said perhaps ft h e
most striking change" since the
1952 campaign "is the new face
being worn by the Republican vice
presidential' candidate.'! Richard
M. Nixon. ,
Ih Dis:-rc:s
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President Eisenhower, differing
with Adlai E. Stevenson, sees no
chance of ending the draft "in the
immediate future." ?
Mr. tisennower told his news
conference yesterday that he
would not use the words "foresee "foreseeable"
able" "foreseeable" future In answering the
question of whether the draft could
be ended. But, he said that "in the
immediate future ... I see no
chance, of ending the draft and
carrying out the responsiblities for
me security oi tnis country..."
Stevenson said last week that
"we can now anticinate the possi
bility that within the foreseeable
future we can maintain the mili
tary forces we need without the
draft.",:.'.-r--.' ;"', !:"..
Stevenson' expressed hone thd
the draft would he ended "at 'the
earliest moment consistent with
national safety.' : t v
Mr. Eisenhower declined to use
the word foreseeable1-' on grounds
mat is suoiect to a number of in
terpretations." : M v
The Defense Departments esti
mates that at present it takes a
bout 600,000 men annually to main
tain the active strength of the
armed services; In the calendar
year, 1955, a. total of 151,000 men
were dratted. .
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WASHINGTON. Sept. 12' (UP)

Sen Estes Kefauver will Ira v
iTiday lor a two-week "trutti "trutti-telllng
telllng "trutti-telllng campaign" that will take
him to 15 states, the Stevenson-"
Kefauver Campaign Committee
announced today,
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The Democratic vice presiden-:
tlal nominee will depart three
days ahead of Vice President
Richard M. Nixon. Nixon TA
open a 16-day swing next Tues-
aaytnat will-take him to 32
James A. Pinnepan. chairman
ot the Stevenson-Kef auver cam
paign., said Kefauver's 15-state
tour Is only the start of a cam campaign
paign campaign "that win take him to a,
record breaking number of
counties, cities and towns be between
tween between now and, election day."
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He said Kefauver will take to
the people "the truth about the
sorry performance in office of
the special Interest Eisenhower Eisenhower-Nixon
Nixon Eisenhower-Nixon administration."
Nixon will base his appeal on
the administration's "construc "constructive
tive "constructive achievements" and will try
to jolt Republicans out of any
"complacency and apathy."
- Finnegan said Kefauver will"
tell "the truth" about. the Eisenhower-Nixon
to the people "on the main
streets of America." f
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Mount Etna Spews
Smoke But ItV No;
Cause For Alarm
CATANIA; Sicily, Sept. 12 (UP)
Mount Etana, highest volcano U
Eurnne snpwpd hlnpt amnlr frnm
its lopsided cone yesterday. The
local volcanic ODservatory said
the smoke was seasonal unrest in
the crater and that there was no
cause for alarm. -.
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