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If TIRNATIONAL AIRWAY
PANAMA, E. P, THURSDAY. SEPTE51SIH IS, 1958
X Ar?Y CHIEF OF STAFF ARRIVES Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor Is shown getting into a car
e fJy after his plane landed at Albrook Field yesterday afternoon. A military honor cere cere-iiioi'v
iiioi'v cere-iiioi'v was held at the ramp on his arrival. Welcoming him, left to right are MaJ. Gen. Louis
T. lJ -i h, Chief of Staff, Caribbean-Command, U.S. Ambassador Julian F. Harrington and
. j:pt on Truman H. Landon, Commander of the Caribbean Air Command. He and Mrs.
Tavlor were slated to leave Albrook at noon today for "Washington via Mexico City. The gen-
. eral hrs lust completed a tour
SITrRlSE PACKAGE Lassie poses at Tocumen airport be-;
n oHncr nft ahnnrrt a. PAA. Diane for : Hollywood, Cal.,
wi ore she will make a. surprise
"This Is Your Life," on which her owners are scneauiea w
interviewed tonight. Lassie. Is owned by Navy existed man
Charles Senkier, of Rodman, whose wife Is a semi-finalist in
thp "Mrs. Uii. Mavy, 1956" contest to be held at Long Beach,
C;! The Senkkrs and their fi children left here early this
liu ;i, leaving iassie pciium.
2 hlegross Finally Get In;
Z3 Almost No Classmates
t'l.W. Ky., Sept. 13 (UP)
Two JV ';ro children backed up by
National Guard Troops and the
; legal weight of the state gtvern gtvern-1
1 gtvern-1 mcnt attended classes at C 1 a.y
Elcnifnt:iry School again today,
but f.iimd almost no classmates
" and oiilv naif, a teaching staff. -i'
Mrs. James Gordon of nearby
Vvhfatcroft brought her children,
James, 10, and Theresa, 8, to the
r school an hour and a half before
1 claws began at 80 a.m., Mate
, polire cruisers rolled in front and
. back of her car,
A crowd began to form
thert tim lattr, but found tht
"Schooll'ous Hill," again bfock bfock-,
, bfock-, ff by 5 0 troop of tho Ktntuc Ktntuc-ky
ky Ktntuc-ky National Guard who movtd
into Clay befort dawn yoitor-
The children waited calmly on
a bench outside the school, taiK taiK-ing
ing taiK-ing to reporters until class time.
Thpv said ihev like the chool and
didn't know why all the white chil
dren had stayed away.
On the principal, Mrs. Irene
Powell, and six teachers of a nor
mal staff of 13, reported for duty
this morning. School buses made
t' rir rounds and returned almost
( v. with only a half-dozen or
children remaining in uie
h"'s girl went In the door
, "I want to stay, but I
w fit to go inside." Oilier
i &mreiit!y had the same
'. I national guardsmen
1 several outside the build-
i. ihry should either so in
y aivav entirely.
' ouid be pickets, who bad
of South America.1.. i
appearance on the TV show
turned back Negroes that tried to
enter the school previous, yester yesterday
day yesterday jeered and threatened but of offered
fered offered no trouble as armed quards quards-men
men quards-men stood shoulder to shouder in
front of the school.
.. Only. 11 milt from tha littlo
community of Clay, tht town of
Sturgi, Ky., tarlitr and integra integration
tion integration hotipot, stttltd down to a
normal routine and at Clinton,
Ttnn., integrated claait conti continued
nued continued without incident. :
However, in Texarkana, Tex., a
rock fight broke out between
Negro and white youms ana a
four foot cross was Dnrned in
front of a Negro high school. Ra
cial tension has mounted at Texar Texarkana
kana Texarkana since two Negroes tried to
en'er.the Texarkana Junior. Col
While the last traces of the Na
tional Guard troops were remov
ed from Clinton and the forces re
duced in Stureis, the hel meted
guardsmen maae their first ap
pearance in VW, unannounced.
Men of the zurd lann Battalion
of the Kentucky National Guard
minus the noisy tanks, moved into
the little mining town quietly last
night and were posted in front of
the school when the demonstrators
arrived to form their regular pick
The criiisfwas apparently pass
ed at Sturgis. Most of the Nation
al Guard troops that arrived there
last Wedttesaay. were withdrawn
Negro leader met in Sturgis
to discus what action will bt
needed to safeguard t'vjrt stu student
dent student after tht guard I e a v
(Continued on Pat 6, Col, &)
, v 1USAF Photo)
US Army Chief
The U.S.' Army's Chief of
Stall, Gen. 'Maxwell D. Taylor,
' ih mf- thnt" he is
He adu .i that the center de develops
velops develops the kind of experience
under tropical conditions whirh
is urgently needed by the Army.
He also remarked that the lo local
cal local program is the only one un under
der under the American- flag where
this type of training is given.
(The center recently moved its
headquarters from a Jungle lo location
cation location to the post of Ft. Sher Sherman
man Sherman on the west bank of Limon
Bay). .. : W.vv-U'.
Taylor took off at 11:30 a.m.
aboard a MATS plane for Mexi Mexico
co Mexico City where he will he an of official
ficial official guest at Independence Day
He was accompanied by Mrs.
Taylor and a staff group which
Included MaJ. Gen. paul D. Har Har-kins,
kins, Har-kins, adting deputy chief-of-staff
for operations, and Mrs.
Harkins. . ;
In repV to a reporter's ques question
tion question at planeside, Taylor said
Army operations on the Canal
Zone are more ot less stabiliz stabilized
ed stabilized at this time., if-r .s
Replying to another question,
he sfiid he knew of no new re research
search research projects planned for the
Zone, but added: v
"We have always looked to
this place & testing ground
for various new types of, unl-
The general said he has never
served a tour of duty on the
Zone, but has enjoyed visiting
the isthmus many times.
His sresent round of visits to
Latin American capitals started
In Rio de Janeiro,
Taylor expects to be back at
his desk in Washington next
The eroup arrived here yes
terday afternoon, for a round of
brief conferences with Army
personnel, Vand to freshen up
and change our clothes," ac according
cording according to one membef of the
party. ; :
Oinciaiiy x tney were t n e
guests of Maj. Gen. Truman H.
Landon, Commander, Caribbean
Air Command and acting commander-in-chief,
cari b b e a n
Command. V : ,
Maj. Gen. T. L. Harrold, com
manding general, USARCARIB,
Gov. w. E. Potter and other top top-ranking
ranking top-ranking officials many of
tnem accompanied py uieir wives
were on hand this morninz to
wish the Taylors godspeed.
TRAPTTATft Ifflrlrn ant iqUho mainn n (".
(UP) Five girts raging in" age
from 12 to 14 ran away from home
last night leaving notes that they
were going to the United States
where "we can earn many, dol-because the' victims were wound wound-lars."
lars." wound-lars." 'ed by firearm. Guns are un-'
JERUSALEM, Sept. IS (UP)
Israel charged today that Jor
danian infiltrators killed three
village guards in the fourth
fatal frontier incident in three
days, bringing to 34 the-num
ber of Arabs and Israelis dead
along the taut borders.
The sources said border incl
dents wre started since the
Suez crisis broke, and particu particularly
larly particularly a'ong the Jordanian bor borders
ders borders since Jordan fired Gen.
John Olubb Paska British bead
of the Arab Legion.
Tfesterdav Jordan's K1nr Wns.
sein cwiecr in western Big Three
ambassadors to tell them of an
sraeli raid that killed 19 do-
lice and soldiers.- ., v
Egypt charged that an Israel
foray killed five of her soldiers
Tuesday. Israeli reported a Jor
danian attack that she said kill
ed six of her men Monday.
An Israeli Foreign Ministry
spokesman today quoted United
nations observers as saying a
Jordanian force killed six Is Israeli
raeli Israeli soldiers in the Lachish
area.. : ; -,-' -v ; v
The spokesman said that the
observers found 12 Jordanians
dead at the post and un
determined additional number
of deaa buried under the rub
ble of the blown-up post.
f r m j
Lost lh Lb:.i C:y
Hope was fading this morn morning
ing morning for Mortimer Hoyt. a res!
dent of Ponton Beach, Colon,
who has been missing since
Tuesday when the cayuco from
which ne was fishing in Limbn
Hav V'a frrnnH pmntv r
Canal Zone pn!ce
rs 'iu(',iy u r t0
other ir.:henii"n reported hear hearing
ing hearing cri-s for help.
iney flurried to the scene of
the cries, but found only the
empty cayuco. ...
It was later established that
Hoyt had been using the craft
A check of Ponton Beach and
other Colon areas has failed to
locate the missing man, de described
scribed described as a Barbadian, some
where iit his sixties, who limps
and nas a stiir right arm. tte tte-portediy,
portediy, tte-portediy, he had suffered two
Police launches and ether
vessels plying in the Bay have
been asked to be on the look lookout
out lookout for a body.
. LIMA, Peru, Sept. 13 (UP); -Savage
native are on the warpath
in remote Requena province, and
the white man is not sure just
Tribesmen killed one rubber
worker and wounded three others
in an attack near the Tapiche riv
er in July. There have been re
ports of other uprisings.
. i A Franciscan missionary, re'
turning after four years in the
wild jungle area on the Brazilian
border, brought the story to urns.
"Some say the savages are t-
roused by Brazilians on the fron
tier, who want to thrust back the
Peruvian settlement," Father
Manuel Gaztelu-TJrrutia said.
"Others blame certain Peruvian
fugitives from justice, who be because
cause because of their mixed blood hive
been made tribal chieftans. Some
jay the hostility has its origin in
competition between rival ruDoer,
resin or fishing enterprises.
"Still others assure you t h e'
workers themselves, supported by
their employers,' have formed
gangs to promote the attacks. And
finally, a rumor is circulating that
the sons of one no Kojas, Killed
in a battle with police, are lead leading
ing leading the savages in a blind desire
"If s almost like a novel," the
veuno. bespectacled oriett add- i
The hostile natives are members
of the tribes of Remos. Mayos
and Marubos, which live along then
banks of the Tapiche river, far
from civilization, father Gaztelu
"A really grave case occurred
I last Julv. when slvaees. known in
ed ones), attacked group of rub-'
be' workers, killing one and
wounding three others.
"These attacks are suspicious
No Shooting War
For US, Dulles
On RP Sellers
More than' 300 false health
certificate Issued to food vend-
iors have been discovered by san
itary inspectors in ranama viiy,
it was revealed toaav.
According to a report, more
than 98 Der cent of the false cer
titlcates were Issued to Chinese
food vendors. ; ,
Health certificates for the sale
of food are issued In Panama
without charge to those who
pass the required medical, test.
However, it was learned that
th nerson found witn iaise
certificatci In their possession
had paid between $2 and $5 to
obtain them, sanitary autnori-
tles feel that the offending
vendors had been hesitant about
submitting themselves to the
examination for fear of not
Officials found many of the
doctors' signatures on the false
certificates had been altered.
Several had the properly ou ou-thorized
thorized ou-thorized medical signatures,
but the name of the holder
had been changed.
It was believed that the per
son or nersons responsible for
this criminal negligence prob
ably had the blank forms readi
ly available at their disposal.
Panama's Mayor, Jose A. Ca-
Jar Escala, revealed the details
S the Mfrind ulen Tcerrj ftcatJs to- A'"Uan Prime Minister Rob Rob-madefa"
madefa" Rob-madefa" 1 bandr """m h" the fprretWt V irs who headed,, five-
Anctiier official said authori authorities
ties authorities micrht bring pressure to bear
on the holders of the false cer certificates
tificates certificates to reveal the name or
names pf persons who issued
Visitor To Vienna
20 Miles Daily
VIENNA, Sept. 13 ( UP
Samuel I. Newhouse American
newspaper puDiianer, commuiea
20 miles to the trade fair here yes
terday because be could not find
in empty hotel room in Vienna. He
took the neatest available room in
Baden 20 miles away.
known to the truly savage tribes
there," the missionary said.
He urged the Peruvian govern government
ment government to send detachments of the
armed forces into the interior of
the jungle,, to discover the "pro "provokers,
vokers, "provokers, if any, or to find the rea reasons
sons reasons for the ittacks." 1
' '' .r'.-,:3?" J''-'' f
The priest 'said the Romet,
Mayo and Maruboo wore cato cato-chiied
chiied cato-chiied by missionarie in 1)10,
but slipped back into thoir unci--viliied
way and refuted fe as as-sociofo
sociofo as-sociofo with white men.
The lettleri, he said, came from
the Department of San Martin, to
the westward on the eastern slope
of the Andes, and mixed racial
ly with natives. In : these settle settlements
ments settlements the Indians' go to schools
and have Christian- marriages, he
Leaves Fcr US
Fcr 1!:: Checkup
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Sept.
13 (Ur ) President rM i.
Magloire left unexpectedly Tuesday
for the United States to undergo
medicai treatment. v
The President's trip caught the
country completely by mrprise
since there had been no indication
that he was planning it or that his
health was fmpaireo. The nature
of his Wiles was not disclosed.
Magloire' six-year term ends
next month. Clement Jumelle,
American college graduate, is the
leading candiate to succeed him.
Jumella resigned aa Finance Mi
nister a few days ago to run fori
the Presidency. Elections will bei
held early In October. 1
Issued By Egypt
bassador warned Secretary ot
day that the western proposed "users.association" for
the Suez Canal is on open
Egyptian sovereignty and its implementation means war."
, Ambassador Ahmed Hussei, on instructions from his
government, delivered the warning a few minutes before
Dulles held a news conterence
ed States does not intend to
Suez Canal or enter any shooting war if Egypt tries to
block the Canal. :
Dulles said there is no intention on the part of the
west to impose a Suez settlement on Egypt. He said it is
fantastic that anyone might think this the case. Indian
Prime Minister Jawaharal Nehru earlier today criticized
the "user association" plan as an "imposed solution
fraught with "grave consequences.' ; t
' Dulles outlined the U.S. posi position
tion position at a press conference pack packed
ed packed by about 175 reporters. He
read a 700-word prepared state statement
ment statement and then answered ques ques-tlons.
tlons. ques-tlons. 'A A ? '. v:
, President' Eisenhower approv approved
ed approved Dulles' statement in advance
during a telephone conference
from his .Gettysburg, Pa., farm
this morning. ;.
'. Mr. Eisenhower will- fly back
here tomorrow to confer with
val y U sr. i V"u erna erna-tiotni
tiotni erna-tiotni ligation plan to i,,yijt.,
Ltillcs told reporters, in re response
sponse response to- questions, that the
United States does not intend to
try to shoot its way through the
Dulles said if Egypt blocks the
canal by force the United States
does not intend to go into any
He said American ships in
that event would take the long
way around the Cape of Good
Hope at the southern tip of
Africa instead of going through
the Suez short cuf. ; ' 'V
i, -(,,,; vj :;-;'"-'
He said this diversion would
be more expensive, of course,
but that the United States be
lieves It would not be catastro catastrophic.
phic. catastrophic. -.. I-" ':" t".
The' missionary warned .news
men against sensationalism. "E
ven In proportion to population.
there is more crime in the civi
lized city of Lima than in Reque
mi, oe added. '.'t.;vv; y; :
Mf.KTS ms MATCH Attendants at the Cincinnati Zoo hold
fast to lines tied around Rajah, a full-grown Bengal tiger, as
a veterinarian prepares to Inject a hypodermic needle into the
beast after it was mauled by a couple of tigresses. Rajah did
not rally to treatment and died shortly after of a punctured
(UP) The Egyptian' Am
State John Foster Dulles to
and flagrant aggression on
at which he said the Unit
shoot its way through the
He said It has already been
decided to take some U S. tank tank-era
era tank-era out of the mothball reserve
Iteet to divert oil and Other traf
fic around the continent of Af
rica if anything should happen
to deny passage of the canal,
Dulles said this country will
join tne proposed "users associa
tion" even if Britain and France
are its only partners. He hoDed
it will be moving well toward
organization, next week.
' DnlW snH thnt the UnN
cicP.t U'"t pt h -i't f -r
nt lions U:,,m& the LuiUd
States, Britain and France .will
Join the new association.
However, he indicated these
other partners may be few He
pointed out that only1 five
countries T-Britain, the Unit
ed Slates, France, Italy and
Norway i; control 75 per cent
of the shipping using the Suez
Canal, c ; L
Dulles' statement war design designed
ed designed to clear up reported "confu "confusion"
sion" "confusion" 1n.; foreign capitals oyer
the U& position in the "user
association" plan which was an announced
nounced announced in the, British Parlia Parliament'
ment' Parliament' yesterday by Prime Min Minister
ister Minister Sir Anthony Eden...
Egypt has rejected the pro proposal
posal proposal as' a- provocation that
would lead to war. An official
Egyptian spokesman charged to
day that "certain nations in intend
tend intend to commit aggression a-
gainst Egypt's lawful rights,
In Britain, there' had Tieen
charges that "confusing State
Department statements on the
U.S. position yesterday had
hampered Anglo-French efforts
to end the Suez crisis and Eden's
bid to win a vote of confidence
tonight in the face of heavy la labor!
bor! labor! te opposition to his Suez
policies. ; 1 t
PARIS. Sent. 1 ittditw
formed sources said, today prfcs-
i pusoa ro ior me 'users As-
sociation" to put its own pilot
aboard Suez-bound ships and
send them Into the canal lade
pendenftly of the Egyptian au-
The association la eTrRfri t
go Into action from floating bas bases
es bases off Egypt's coast within a
iew aays, tnese sources said. .-
They 'iaid the aasoniatinA
would line up canal convoys t la
uitwuiunai waters, sail them
into the Egyptian entrances to
the canal and ask for permission
wi outer, 1
Under the 1888 treaty, no ahlp
can be barred civilian thin nr
naval, peacetime or wartime.
uniesa it poses a threat to the
defense of Egypt itself. Egypt
thus would be confronted with
Invitations to loin the new aa
sociation were dispatched Imme Immediately
diately Immediately to all 18 natlom which
backed the Dulles plan for In International
ternational International control of the canaL
In port Said, 6anal. pilots' re received
ceived received reports H the new -plan
with akeptlcism. They pointed
out that the Egyptians could re refuse
fuse refuse to make the r"""r"' t
tal for siilps passing UirouiU t. i
A senior French official of the
old Suez Canal Co. said the plan
"comes a complete surprise to
'But," he addeaV'we'r nullinf i
out anyway." , ? r
On S'-zz CIu-3
LONDON, Sept. 18 (UP) L
Prime Minister Anthony Eden
was "scooped" today on the .'
announcement of the Big
Three Suez take-over plans.
' Traditionally, the House of
Commons is the first to bear
government decisions of policy
But Lord Salisbury, speaking
a- little faster In a parallel an-r"
nonncement to the House t
Lords, reached the key point
14 minutes ahead of Eden.
Fcr Briery Oa
France Field t !:n
Three American soldiers were
fined $25 each and a fourth was
acquitted after they were tried
this morning on a charge of bat-
Those fined In Cristobal Mag
istrate's Court were Pfc. Abra Abra-ham
ham Abra-ham Turner,' U4; Pfc. Charlee :
Vega Hernandez, 21, "and figt.
Fred Thompson, Jr. 25.
Sgt. Charles Edward Andrv.
28, was found not guilty of bat
tery m tne fracas which took
place at a party in Coco fiollto
on Sept 1. .i'
The victim of the batterv was
Herman Franklin Southerland, ''
an American in nis late thirties,
who Is a civilian employe of the
Air Force at France Field.
All of the participants In the
rumpus reside at Coco Solito.
Reportedly the soldiers were
having a party under a quarters
building when the civilian walk-
ed past and was invited to Join
Later, he asked one of the
women guests to dance. One of
the soldiers took exception to
something or other, and then
Turner, Hernandez and Thomp-
ion beat up Southland.
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RODERICK AND EMPLOYEE
Panama, R. de P.
Six: ".---c '5-'. .;'",'' n v, TTnitArf states has
i S3? d IwSS ?EvWenc? of this can be found in virtually any
labor contract. Such contracts Include clauses providing for
' wale, to be adjusted periodically in accordance with cost of
; itv&r todices, If such a policy is accipted practice in Printo
industry. oneVould presume that it could and should b prac-
Used by a government trwned corporation in f Canal Zone.
! But Mr, Roderick aays, no generaLwafe increase i wUl be
fortheominr as a result of the loss of commissary prlTilefes.
Eoderick'e Itand is bne that he attempts to Justify in
partbT rtaSuT ttit the loss of privileges iMtwlta-
?rse to the cost of living stems Horn a request from Panama.
r?-J?-. Ir. JUSn wase increases resulting from
t of nvmk increes wnloTGi vuln result irom higner pay
J .Sandm"aboT floes .not attempt to withhold salary
5 ijSments by citing the reasons that require tham-
' Injany business operation, governmental or otherwise, one
, f the f 2st nwcepts of good administration Is recognition of
.Se topVrtLce of employ, morale. Mr. Roderlt is chairman
3 the board c" the Panama Canal Company, and i 9
I ri I- n.rr,.i with the eifectlve operation of
, that agency. What happens to an employe's m'J
late nam pay uubu pt m vvv,r -
. But, Mr. Roderick aayt, no general ware Increase will be
forthcoming as a result of the Ion of commissary privileges.
A considerable majority of the employes who will suffer
I from the loss of commissary privileges are empiujoa vj
: .-. r.n.i rnmn&nv. The cTJiitlna: of a compensatory wag
increase to each employes wou increase the operating cost
of that agency. But. the equity of the UJB. in the Panama Ca Ca-,
, Ca-, nal Company is guaranteed by lw, and the self-same law
provldea for the recovery 'of operating costs, (and ergo, any
' Increase in operating costs) from the Company's customers. And.
WHO COnSUlUm. UU OUUk m. u Vuuij;uj g ,
But, Mr. Roderick says, no general wage Increase will be
ikMiminr remit of tha losa of commissary privileges.
The united States government has an official program
known as the Point Four program. The purpose of, the pro pro-cram
cram pro-cram ia to combat communiun by attempting to raise the
standard or juvizik uirougnouw uio wunu. u a u wmtc
Yep! ,Th::o Are Boom TimDs!,
gram, it is an expensive program, and It is A program that Is
being applied In, among other places, Panama. What happens
to a man's standard of living when his take home pay is re-
AncA arhltrarilv bv 30. to 40 ;What can A man's thoughts
hm when ha suffers a violent cut in take home pay without a
! compensatory adjustment at the hands of a government which,
on the other hand, ladles out money and words in a program
J .to false the standard, of living? -
Don't tit and wait
t:r 'lady luck" .'.
By VICOTR RIESEL
Last Wednesday" morning on the
21st floor of a .Madison Ave. sky-
scraper, a croup of men sat
around fliscussmg your aauy
bread. There was nothing gray
flannel about them. Unlike otners
in the neighboring executive
suites, the job of these men was
not to sell any one brand but to
Dr event your-, aaily bread irom
distfini deeoer into your pocket-
book and maybe to shave oft s
few pennues from the cost of eacn
loaf, v ,.
There were 36 men in tnat
Wednesday huddle. They werj
gathered in the conference room
of the Economics of Distribution
Foundation, Inc., headed by a soft
spoken economist, Dave Kaplan.
There were representatives of mil millionaires
lionaires millionaires and there were repre representatives
sentatives representatives of union truck drivers.
And you couldn't tell the differ-;
ence Between mem not irom now
they looked nor from what they
said. -; ......
They are the men who head the
big eastern bakeries and the men
who work for them delivering
bread and cake door-to-door
throughout the area.
They had been called together
by the foundation, on the board
of which were not only the own
ers of the giant baking companies
but Dave Beck, leader of the giant
teamsters, ; and Jim Cross, head
of the baking and comecuouery
workers. Their problem was to
cut the cost of delivering bread
i. MiatfAa uni.lt va tiff. npnfita
could go up and maybe the prices
of bread could go down but never
They hid -figures before ihem
showing that six out of every tea
dollars spent for bread and other
foods goes for distribution. They
knew that it sometimes takes
truck longer to cross the bridge
from Brooklyn to .Manhattan than
it takes to roll over the road from
Phiiadelnhia to New York
they anew that it costs, more
to move some fruit 20 blocks from
a central market to a consumer
than it costs to grow it, grade it,
pack it and ship it from Califor California
nia California to New York. i s
They knew that it costs more
to deliver a quart of milk or 1 a
pound of .butter, cheese or other
dairy products from local plants
to nearby consumers in the same
city than the combined unit costs
ol raising the feed ot catue, car
ing for and : milking the cow,
transDortine the raw milk and
other products and bottling or
packing the produce for, the con consumermeaning
sumermeaning consumermeaning you.
They, of course, knew first nana
that it costs more to move bread
from a New York bakery to a
home a few miles away than it
costs to grow the grain, mill the
flour, transport te sf" I to tnc
' kor, : i c id bake
v : cake,
Of Carbons And Karloff
. Bv BOS RUARK
It's a "most, tor
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Somehow when Peaches Brown Browning
ing Browning and Bela Lugosi pegged out
in the same rough space, a sud sudden
den sudden twinge nostalgia made me
acutely conscious of my age and
rheumatics. Both were signposts
of the times in which I was most
Lugosi, together with Boris Kar Karloff,
loff, Karloff, made horror palatable, even
delicious, to a weedy youth. And
the saga ot Peaches and Daddy
Browning, of. course, was parcel
of the4 same youth. The .whole
thing was mixed up With Rudolph
Valentino, Enrico Caruso, Al a a-pone,
pone, a-pone, Jack Dempsey, Babe Ruth,
gangsters and prohibition.
, We Just don't have ; horror
movies today like we used to. I
left "Frankenstein with a blind
ing headache and dreamed about:
the. bloodsucking vampire, Dracu Dracu-la.
la. Dracu-la. for months. ' s
There was somethir ar'uHy
real viut them, unlit1 t ay's
nonsense of monsters in plastic
lit v. : t -i i try ana' arising from the sea or arriving
do sometlmig to cut Uie cost of i from-space, with their antennae:
mis : oisiriDuuon una aeuvery.j
Were this just a gabfest with time
. 10:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m.
Hi piano and his accordion-
Pitying your request number at your table.
Announcing the terrific new combo
and hh boijA ''"
Playing real New Orleans low down Jazz
also tho twin pianos of
6r Wdlwui JhllBA
out for lunch at the Ritz Carlton,
it would not be making history.
But history was made. ; I
The employers talked of trying
to Increase the wages of the men
represented by the anion chieis
present officials from, the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Joint Council and locals
in Bridgeport, Conn.; Richmond,
Vs.; Lawrence and Boston, Mast.;
Hoboken and .. Camden. HJ.i
Cleveland; New York' City and
Buffalo and Pittsburgh.
The .union men talked of in
creasing the profits of the com
pany executives present repre
senting such firms as uugan
Bros., National Biscuit Co., Con Continental
tinental Continental Baking Co., Ward Baking
Co., and many others covering
virtually the entire eastern door
to-dbof delivery field.
Here then was a group of union
men nvinrinff a new kind of con
sciousness of the consumer's and
the employer's problems. If this
exoeriment succeeds, it will be
easy for the foundation to put to
gether other conierences on vne
more efficient distribution of soft
drinks, fruits, vegetables and
milk.- . .'
The 38 men ended their confer
ence by setting up committees to
bring in reports and set aside cer certain
tain certain areas for experimental "lab
Far example, one company of
ficial said that he would like the
union delivery men to take a cut
in commissions earned on aoor-io
door bread and cake delivery.
Then his firm could use the money
it saves by buying better ingre ingredients
dients ingredients and turning out a tastier,
superior product. This would soon
sell better. The men would earn
more, even with a reduced com
mission rate. If this experiment
failed, the company promised it
would restore the pay cut.--
The local union in that area
agreed. We'll soon know what
happens. If successful, the com company
pany company will make higher profits. The
unionists will get more pay. The
consumer will get more for his
money. Everybody will eat cake
Quite an experiment. ;
blinkinE red and ereen.
I am shocked that Hollywood
has not seriously considered that
Lugosi and Lionel! Atwiu are no
more and that Peter Loire and
Karloff are to be seen as funny
men on iv. ? v
I should have advocated a farm
system for monsters, to bring, the
boys up slowly to a horrific peak.i
as baseball has weaned Ted Wil Williams.
liams. Williams. A good farm system avows
The trouble with today's juvenile
terror is that it nas no oasis tor
comparison, A man in a space
suit raises -no neck-hair; sends no'
chills. along the spine. But a re reconstructed
constructed reconstructed corpse, such as
Frankenstein's monster, or. a man
in a closet who turns into a bat
and must be killed by a stake
through him at a crossroads, is
quite another kettle of fear.
r Man, it j was'' wonderful much
better- than -'Kkig Kong," which
was ridiculous as i shocker,. I was
really a Jekyll-and Hyde man all
the way, and to perdition with Or
son wenes ana nis maruans,
Concerning the late Miss Brown-
ins.' reading the Darters in-those
days was an adventure. We inno
cents oidn t know wnat 1 an tne
eommotion was about, but it titil
lated 41s greatly.. .
We had. the bumpkin's sophist!-
f (rt ion the knoving wink, th Oh-
u-I a U i-ause som. '.:
v. as sinning hi that, fur-off i. ,v
York,, the Solom and Gomorrah
of the .'20s. It had to be naughty
or there wouldn't have been so
many jokes about it in North Car Car-olina.
olina. Car-olina. ."''..-.'(.' ;
I suppose 20 years hence we will
look back to the Turbulent '50s
and remember names' and hap happenings
penings happenings -with some of the same
relish that the qnce-young reserves
for the '20s. But at the moment,
I can't see it. ..
ur murders Seem to lack color;
our intrigues are less lively. Wc
WASIUNGTON The skids have ken cut a.
oeen greased for a company that, now rurc:;
apparently should have been d.s
qualified to bid for a plush $2,
jju,ooo government coniract.; I
The firm happens -to be headed
by ex-Assistant Air Force Secre
tary Trevor Gardner, who re
belled against the Eisenhower ad administration
ministration administration and switch to the
Democratic party in a row over
Euided missile delays. The admin
istration seemingly shouldn't owe
him any favors.
. Yet his firm. Hycon Manufac
turing Company, managed to get
its fish-hooks into a juicey foreign
aid contract in apparent violation
of 'the government's- own.' bidding
The contract calls for designing
a modern telecommunications sys
tem in Thailand,. Vietnam, and!
Laos, lo prevent an unscrupulous
manufacturer from working his
own equipment into the plans, the
specifications barred manufactur
ers of communications equipment
By all definitions. Gardner's
firm is a manufacturer of com
munications equipment specializ specializing
ing specializing in electronics. Hycon has done
$1,245,634 worth of electronics busi
ness with the Air Force, has an
other $3,000,000 back-long in mili
Yet in defiance of the specif!
cations, Hycon submitted a Joint
Did With the Pane Communica
tions Engineers. Rather than kick
the bid out, the International Co
operation Administration simply
changed the specifications so the
Hycon-page combine could stay
in me running.
The whole deal might bear con
manufacturers of "major items of
communications equipment which
could be employed in this sys system.".
tem.". system.". ICA claims Hycon is not
a manufacturer ofi "major items"
likely to be used in the proposed
, ICA also denies that the specifi specifications
cations specifications were changed for Hycon's
special benefit. Yet the Hveon
Page bid 'is one of three singled
out tor final negotiations.
The whole leal might bear con
Another rv ! 1
ploded in New l.a i a t
two former i: r s ;
Bridges inl Is r r-Powell
Powell r-Powell . Yo -; 1
lenging Gov. Ii,r
day's GOP gufc. -a. a t
To stir uo hcaJ... ts f r t
Powell seized rron a
in New Hanp..ie s C
tices Act reqmnrg car...
report anyt..,, 'cf
ceived in a cairr n ... i
asked the state a'. .--v r
to rule whether ti..s J i
the government sa'arv r
a secretary who ca-r;
his boss. H also S'ked k
free mail sent out bv e.
for campaign purposes.
Mantle is not the Gargantua that
was Kutn. - i
We do not nave Miss : Fanny
Brice in love with a gambler, and
even the shade of James Dean
does not compete with the mem
ory 'of -, Rudy .Valentino. Marilyn
Monroe, to me, is a smudgy car
bon of Jean Harlow, and I mi
Helen Morgan badly. Political Pipeline Utah's run ly acquainted with their leaders
bui i guess we ail get old, and: off primary today will settle a na mKe special eiiort to cul-
Senator Brii'-fs uai r-
this petition, he Lt o-1 l r 1 -ell's
office and urgr. 'y r i
out the possible cone, 3 of
sucn a ruUne ... It v i r t
the entire New Ilan-- ( v
gressional delegation on a i-
cate spot, Bridges pies I I. 1 -v
would nave to keep t. r f
out of political caTa 1 til
stop mailing political s -.or
risk public censure by r 1
how much staff k a .J 1
was devoted to politics.
But Powell, who once v -i
in Bridges office, bit the 1 ij
that had boosted him. Fow'l : t t-ly
ly t-ly rejected every appeal I "es
could make ... Thus
long political friendship. ;
It was meant only for the eyes
of top Democrats, but Michigan's
Gov. Mennen "Soapy" Williams
has caDed for a "reassessment"
nt t,A Dnn.n...f.'. K ...... 1
In a confidential memo to Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic candidates, Governor Wil Williams
liams Williams points out: "There are 34
million Americans foreign-born
naturalized citizens and their
American-born sons and daugh daughters
ters daughters throughout the United
States. Many of their votes can
be yours provided that you know
their problems, become personal-
I am on the way,...
feud between, the itate'i twa en.
ior Republicans stern, judicious
Sen. Arthur Watkins, and fiery,
blunt-spoken Gov. J. Bracken Lee.
. .' The feud began when Lee
stuck up ior Sen.' Joe McCarthy
(R., Wis.), while Watkins was lead leading
ing leading the Senate fight to censure
him ..V Watkins is now backing! pea's Is-
George Clyde against Lee for tiiej co
ine wautms-i.ee feud 11 n
tiyate these groups
Sonny Tufts would be a natural! have .no Colonel Gimp to. look
for a remake of "Frankenstein." after Ruth fitting, and aiickey
TilcOiita & Malls fabn
,-..ile lec 'No cover charge
DENVER -(UP)- Ethel Mer-I
man, a contented matron in Cher Cherry
ry Cherry Hills Villaee for tha oast thr
years, is returning to Broadway, tense that the sointor re
uevause- w a 1 voraDie -romM-l join the si--' nho
iihu'-u iii circ i t ice . on -. t t!
' f H...cor- W:'
.The past three years fh Denvpr lpasiie.
as the wife of Continental Airlines' s'arted to e ana ,.
president-Robert Six have been in (Watkins suddenly engaged hi.n in
terrupted a few times by short furious conversation. Bennett took
movie-making -and television ap-the hint and dropped back in his
pearances, but mainly : they were chair. ?
years "at home" and "wonderful! Lee originally: Intended to try
years for me," Miss Merman said.! taking Bennett's senate seat away
."Naturally, there' iff always a from him in the primary. The gov gov-temptation
temptation gov-temptation to do one more musical mor backed off, however, alter
show that had been my life for Powerful Mormon leaders sent
so lone" he airi "Ahnni hi,lword they would support Bennett.
time the idea for 'Happy Hunting1' "-ee is nanoicapped in tne
Was suggested to me by: Howard .Republican primary by his past
"By now, with the overwhelming
increase in the marginal group of
first-generation Americans, the
situation calls for a reassessment
of strategy and a charts 1,1 t c c-tics,"
tics," c-tics," writes Williams. "Our pp-
'orth must give "r al
1 (o the f' f r r-i
i r-i r g-n s n 1 1 r
ill t 1 ( f
1 t le f
- 1 t If.
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Lindsay nd Russcl Crouse. Mr.
six 1010 me mat, starting this fall,
business Interests would require
him to spend a good part of the
nex u months In New York.
"Of course, I. want to be with
him and here was the chance to do;
the show and be with him as
She won't exactly live- out of a
trunk in New York. One of Six's
business friends already has' lo located
cated located a bigj apartment and had it
"The children,: Robert and Ethel!
(hers by a previous marriage),
will go to rtublic schools." Miss
Merman said. "And when the!
show opens they wijl be in the
audience with my parents, and
this win be the children's first
opening niBht. -s J u t
"I think they're sort of looking
forward to it, and Ethel talked me
into a new 'formal' for the occa
"It's goin to be a big, funny
show with lots ot touches of
heart," she said. "I hope it's go going
ing going to be a real hit. We have the
responsibilit: to all those people
who have bad enough faith in us
to buy it this far in advance to
ree hat it is a hit if we possibly
can.. ; :
v,.e agreed to do "Happy Hunt Hunting"
ing" Hunting" before Lindsay and Crouse
had written a line. i
"Howard and Russel bad an
idea and thev told me about It,"
she recalled. "I bought it. It is the
storv of this very wealthy rniia
delpma society matron, an earthy
gir! from out west who nursed a
Philadelphia Mainliner to health
nd mrrip(t htm
"Now she Is a widow, and she
had an 18-year-old daughter. They
are vacationine on the Riviera
when the news breaks that Grace
Kelly has become engaged to
Prince Rainier. Having been close
tn the Kellv famUv in Fhliadei-
ph'a, she naturally thinks they
will be invited to the wedding.
"However, thev are not invited,
which upsets her terribly. Now
she is determined to marry he
daughter to someone who nas
more important title than Prince
Rainier. , . r,.
"There'i this duke who Is a pre
tender .to the Spanish throne,
known as Jaime llapshurg, who is
also vacationing on the Riviera,
and she sets out to capture him
for her daughter. But she Winds
sharp attacks on the Eisenhower
administration. Lee had also spo-
1 f .y 1.
CN'-.heaid ci Va.' ')
Beat A Rcpul. .an -cr...."
the expected wnle-i pen-1. ) pr--
dential race: "You won't le
to see the forest for the pif :
tial timber" ... A weary con'
pondent after reading both tin
Republican and Democratic rl
form: "It should be a pronu nt
f ocht for
,.H.-.tM ,81 I
earning nev charms
from Qrance, fftaly and
Other famous (Jewelry
Centers. See, them at
1 ja 1
BlC II I JWKJT CEMI.a
gTC" "lie CJHTIAl V1MUI. ANA i
up marrying him herself.
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PARIS, Sept 13 (UP) Betir-
ing ten. WaUer F. George of Gear
RU, President Eisenhower's per
sjnal ambassador to the North At
. lantic Treaty Organization, confer conferred
red conferred yesterday with Norwegian
I oreisn Minister Halyard Lange
on extending NATO's field of ac
Lange is one of the "three wise
men" appointed in May by NATO
foreign ministers to devise ways
to make KATO an economic and
social force as well as -a military
George arrived here Monday.
He has met with the other com
mittee members Canadian Ex
ternal Aflairs Minister Lester
Pearson and Italian Foreign Min
ister Gaetano Mariino, ;
Truck Blows Up:
In Spanish Street
Killing 1, 20 Hurt
ALBACETE, Spain, Sept.' 13(UP
(An elderly man, was killed and
20 other persons were injured when
a truck carrying explosives to a
fireworks factory blew up in a nar narrow
row narrow residential street here last
Three houses' collapsed and 10
others were damaged. The explo explosion
sion explosion sent burning pieces of the
truck flying onto rooftops over a
distance of 200 yards.
They Have A
Bus Strike 5 ;
In Lima, Too
LIMA, Peru, Sept. ,13 -(UP)
Bus drivers in Lima and,l Gallao
went on strike; yesterday demand demand-,
, demand-, Ing higher pay. The Stoppage was
,200 0)0 passengers in the country's
capital and its chief seaport.
LEGS TO STAND ON Korean boys who made their own
wooden legs, work on artificial limbs so that other amputees
may walk. The youngsters are helping fellow victims to carry
on with artificial legs and feet at the Tongnae Rehabilitation
Center in Pusan. ;
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Sept. 13 (UP) Chief of State
Julio Lozano Diaz has resigned be because
cause because of illness, qualified sources
said yesterday. .... i ;
Lozano, who has ruled the coun
try by decree since Nov. 18, 1954,
turned over power to Supreme
Court Justice. .- v
Juan Manuel Calves, at 4 p,m.
yesterday, the sources said.
Suffering from. a heart ailmnet
for some time, Lozano was said to
be preparing to leave for the United
States to enter a hospital. :
News of the change in govern-1
Dietetics Afds'.- '"
Study Of Cedy
CASTEL GANDOLFO, 1 1 a 1 v
SpdL 13 (VPt Pon Pin Til
'said in an address made public
yesterday that "the young science
of dietetics is beginning to make
an ever-growing contribution .to....
a better understanding of the func functioning
tioning functioning of the human body."
, The Pope's remarks -were con contained
tained contained in an address be made here
Tuesday in an audience for dele
gates attending, the international
congress of dietetics in Rome.
raent' wis received auietly by the
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Dcu!:tl.vHer Boyfriend's Divorce
NEW YORK. Sept 13 (UP) -i
A beautiful school teacher, reiui
ini to believe the plees of her boy
friMiit that he had obtained a di
'vorce end f"e tf wrry her
M l mixeJ for LiUicJ Ul
, r, police (aid.
t i'x.e ail the keyfrlend, H" H"-t
t H"-t Seinfeld, we legilly di di-vtnd
vtnd di-vtnd hut eeuldn't eenvmca A-
iia. Cra.JUfcrlHlent deuoMer
a a knmHwnt Now Tent aner-
i tiey, en meir "ien aeie.
Police aaid me ooay 01
After daylong questioning, 'Sein
feld wai booked by police as a
material witness in Miss Gray's
: Police said StinfcM't divorced
).; ntl thre ehil n live in
Tl viv, lrel. &nfld said
he mitt Mist Cray while the was
teaching and studying at the A.
merican University at Istanbul,
Turkey. She returned from
there last April. ..
The victim's motfiifrlyrr'Sara
K. Gray, superintendent of Brook
lyn dental clinics for the Depart
Iher doubts about bis marital sta-
!tus, was louna sprawiea iuiij
Iclothed on a aouDie tcu m
umI Kiri hotel wnere uiey dbq
Jregistered as man and wife Tues-J
Saay morning, v t t -t
Seinfeld, a chemist, told police
v. hnnt the ouick klllinc cock-
Stail by- mixing sodium cyanidej
ith wine after Dleading wiin
4"Mi r.nv la marrv him.
zwm told her. Bolice said, that be
wu saintf to drink it. then lost
Phis nerve and gave in to her plea
Tf "No. no: Go take a walk."
when he returned to the hotel
room in an hour, Seinfeld said he
Xfound Miss Gray dead.
f Seinfeld told police that he
miMi another oolson cooktail
Sfor himself but could not b r i n g
ihimself to swallow it. After sever sever-ial
ial sever-ial attempts, bt said he poured it
Jdown wash oasin. -i
He said h went to the apart
4mr.t of n friend in the neighbor
' ihood who advised him to go to the
Jpoliee. He walked into the police
(station at. 3:30 a.m. and said his
I girl friend had taken poison.
f Police said Seinfeld had attempt attempted
ed attempted suicide last July 18. He denied
th t he and Miss Gray had agreed
'fen a suicide pact. ",
i rolice found a wine glass eon-
UfJ. wio. hmk. off her ro ment of Health, said her daughter
on learning that he was married.!
fmin ffaoac ftf pnlnrlM linmri
fen the ntcfitstand near Miss were times life seemed drab and
Dr. Gray said Seinfeld followed
her daughter to this country and
visited them at their i u m m e r
home Bear Poughkeepsie in July.
She said the romance revived
when Seinfeld claimed be had ob obtained
tained obtained a divorce.
On their return to Brooklyn sev
eral weeks ago, Avis learned that
Seinfeld was not divorced ana
made up her mind to end the. af affair,
fair, affair, Dr Gray said.
She had become resigned to
giving up Seinfeld," the mother
said, ''and was in high spirits
when she departed to keep what
she said would be her last date
with the man." ;
Although police said the couple
registered at the Park Crescent
Hotel Tuesday morning as "Hugoi
and 'Avis Seinfeld, Istanbul, Tur-I
key," Dr.. Gray said her daughter i
-left home at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Her
daughter told, her, Dr. Gray said,,
that she and Seinfeld were going)
to the theater and she would be
home by 11 p.m.
Dr. Gray said she found it "diffi-
cult" to believe that her daugh daughter
ter daughter had intended to kill herself. I
She said Seinfeld had stated at1
one time that he always, carried;
cyanide with him "because tnerei
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C7J Ousts LuwyerVho Bought
Aii!:n2 .Stock: On Inside Tip
WASHINGTON, Sept 13 (UP)-
The Uvii Aeronatucs Board yes yesterday
terday yesterday ousted one of its attorneys
who bo' ht Northeast Airlines
stock a d y after the board secret
ly granted Northeast the lucrative
route between New York and Mia
The attorney. Albert H. Ruppar,
insisted he resigned to take anoth another
er another government job. He also said
he sold his stock at 'a loss sever several
al several days alter buying it He .cited
this to simnort his denial that he
had any hiside tip on the CAB a a-ward.
ward. a-ward. ; ". .-
; Ruppar t4 hi bought the
; stock solvly entho advice ef-a -broksrage
., clerk who advisod
him of unusual 'activity In the'
stock. ;'.;. ; i -,-v
The CAB said the clerk support supported
ed supported Ruppar's version in sworn tes testimony.
timony. testimony. v t ; ; r .
But the board said it "ousted
Ruppar, 47-year-old attorney in its
Bureau of Air, Operations, for vio violating
lating violating a rule barring CAB em--
p'oyes from owning--or buying-
airlines stock. It asked Ruppar
five days ago; to explain his stock
purchase. -. -. -v-
The attorney acknowledged at
a hearing yesterday that he
bought 1,006 shares of Northeast'
stock on Aug. 3, just a day after!
the board voted secretly to grant
the airline the New York-Miami
The board promptly voted to
ait jiuppar. .
. Howevtr, it said he exorcitod
: his right to resign undor Civil
sorvicos ,havo boon terminatod"
undor this procedure
The board's Aug. 2 decision to
grant Northeast the New York
Miami route was not announced
publicly until Aug. 10.
On Aug. 3, some 24,000 shared
oi Northeast stock were traded on
stock exchanges. The price : rose
' The board then asked the Secur
ities & Exchange Commission to
investigate. The commission re
ported that Ruppar was one of the
Duyers, ; d...,.-, ,-t:
Tho CAB also has asked tho
tH to investigate soma phases
ef tho activity that followed Its
Ruppar. who had worked for the
board since 1947, submitted his
resignation Aug. 17, the day after
me jai asxed tne SEU to inves investigate
tigate investigate the s p u r t in Northeast
He asked that his resignation be
jl:as:$ Of Ftfero r
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SEATTLE." Wash Sent jTTTP
) Houses of- the future may be
neated, cooled and lighted by banks
of solar batteries installed nn rnnf.
tops, a General Electric engine
ering expert predicted to day.
Norman F. Barnes pointed out
that fossil fuels and even uranium
fuels eventually will be exhausted
and man will have to turn to the
sun as his chief source of energy
Speaking at the Seattle indus industrial
trial industrial productivity forum here,
Barnes said the sun "pours onto
the average housetop more than
a nunareo times as much energy
as inc nouse receives via electric
pewer unes.": ; '. 4 ;
Solar furnaces, tin M m,,u
oronuce. lemnerarursi hioh
7.000 decrees fahrenhett for mat.
allurgical studies in the quest for
auoys oi unusual properties.
A unlar rpflertnr M foot in M.
ameter. Barnes added? could he
used as a steam generator to pro
duce as mucn as loo pounds of
steam an hour at 100 pounds per
square men pressure.
effective last Saturday, Sent. &
Thus the resignation was before
the board before it sought to fire
him. ( ; : yk-
WASHINGTON, Sept. 13 -(UP)
The Senate elections subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee voted yesterday to ask all
major political campaign commit
tees to submit up to date finan financial
cial financial reports, including individual
contributions, as of Oct. 1.
. The three-man subcommittee.
which opened an. investigation in into
to into campagin contributions and
spending earlier this week, called
for the names of all contributors,
large and small, and the sums they
donate to various campaign com committees
mittees committees during September.
At a closed meeting, the roup
also decided: .
1. Not to investigate alledged Ir
regularities in the recent Idaho
Democratic senatorial primary
The charges were placed by Send
Olen a. layior. unsuccessuuy can
didate for tne nomination.
2. To ask for supportinc affida
vits before voting whether or not
to investigate a charge that Sen.
Alan Bible D Nev.) spent more
man s luo.ooo in nis recent sue
cessful bid for renomination. Em Emory
ory Emory W. Graunke, chairman of the
Nevada state GOr Committee,
made the charge.
Subcommittee Chairman Albert
Gore (D Tenn) said the Question
of calling Gov. Averell Harriman
of New York to testify on pub published
lished published reports that his aides tried
to buy votes at the Democratic
National Convention did not come
In Sweden May Co
Esf ::.i:38 Center
STOCKHOLM. Sept. 13 (UP) '-
Disclosures in the spy trial of ra
Hai terhnioian Anatnlf F.ripn5i
are expected to cause Sweden to
renew charges that the boviet em
bassy here is a Russian espiotf.
age center, pouueu experts said
Ericsson is being tried on charg
ed of selling military secrets to
the Soviets. Testimony in the trial
has mapped Russian espionage
methods in Sweden.' and Werner
Rzhninger, a veteran prosecutor
of Russian spies, has hinted be
had more proof of the real acti activities"
vities" activities" of some Russian diploma
Soviet Ambassador Konstantln
Rodionov rejected a Swedish pro protest
test protest against Soviet espionage after
Ericsson was arrested. Rodinov
has represented Russia here since
1950 despite three big espionage
cases in that time. i
Senate Hears Gas Committee
Was Educational, Not Lobby
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 1J (UP)-
senate investigators said yester yesterday
day yesterday there Seems to be some con contradiction
tradiction contradiction in testimony of oil in industry
dustry industry representatives about the
aims of a committee set up to pro
mote tne natural gas dw.
Chairman John L. McClellan
(D-Ark.) made the statement after
officials of Gulf Oil Corp. and the
Humble Oil and Refining Co. told
his special Senate lobbying com
mittee they considered tne indus industry's
try's industry's general gas committee a lob
McClellan said their, testimony
did not jibe with that of.Maston
Nixon chairman of the industry industry-supported
supported industry-supported group.
Nixon tostifiod May 1 that his
committoo was chlafly an "edu "educational"
cational" "educational" group and did not dl dl-roctly
roctly dl-roctly lobby members of Con-gross.
The eight-man Senate commit-1
tee ended the first phase of its
lobbying Investigation after hear hearing
ing hearing from the Gulf and Humble of
McClellan said hearings will re
sume Oct S on lobbying activities
other than those conducted on be
half of the vetoed natural "gas
Tho McClellan committoo was
croatod to invostigato general
lobbying activitiaa after Son.
Francis Case (R-S.D.V told tho
Senate ho had rojectod a $1,500
campaign contribution offer
from an oil lobbyist interest in
tho gae bill.
The special committee investi investigated
gated investigated lobbying for and against the
measure as the first phase of' its
The Senate passed the bill,
which would have exempted Inde Independent
pendent Independent natural gas producers
from direct federal controls. 1
But President Eisenhower veto
ed it because of the "arroeant
lobbying tactics of some oil and
gas industry representatives.
Today's final witnesses Included
board Chairman Sidnev A. Swens-
rud and general counsel Archie D.
Gray of Gulf Oil and President
Hines D. Baker. Director Herman
P. Pressler and legislative repre representative
sentative representative Walter F. Woodul of
Swonsrud and Cray said Gulf
did not writo off as a business
expanse f3,IM contributed to tho
general gis committoo because
it considarod that group a "lob "lobbying
bying "lobbying committaa."
Baker and Pressler agreed. But
Baker said "direct contact with
Congress was nnlv nn nt tho
functions of the committee. I don't
tnuut it was organized as a lobby lobbying
ing lobbying committee as such, but it was
to Dresent Mir riu tn nincnoc
. McClellan said Nixon on May'l
ien me impression that the gen
eral gas committee was an edu
cational committee" nA that hi fK. .tn.... ... u .
was "not performing ructions thatlly set up to perform "T"
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Dr. SCHOU. trainea Chiropodist
MxibcrsK? in m
P V i ntt rom-Unch.es dunn one 2-nouif Period
- BERLIN SepL nrcTw August u. In a hard shower on
mumsi mm mt anernoon oi au.13. Pedro
. oslovakia joined y""? m f0r,Mi8ue' .reported 91 inch of rain at
demana wr iuu -,
' East Germany in international or-
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SECURITIES IN PANAMA
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Abattoir Hadoiial '...o. KM
Banet. fldudarto -,
. Cctnento Psnam TS
Corvecerla Nadonal .... SI
3ilrlcana do Lecbe .... It
'Clayeo ...-,. ;v,
Coca Cola ...v....
Cuenlas Comerclalee ,
fret erttb Com
Daittjladora Naclonal ;
rmaneiera Istmefla ;
Pret. with Com. ...k.
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Prat. With Com. ....J.
fuersa Lui Pref. ...47 11
Fuena y LuoCom. ...,
Motele Interamelcanoa. 414
(Jereral de. Sesura .... H
Pinsmtna do Acelte ... ft
jf Panamefla do Pibraa ... If :
Panamefla do Seeuroa 15 It
HariameAa do Tatttco ,..10 II lI
Teatrv BfllavlKU ISO :
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FURNITURE FOR SALE: Liying
' 1MB, e!inin$ ream, perch and
- twt dreeii tti. Buyer hat
portMnlf mare in ipjrhnenf.
Rent $100 mentk. Phone 3-
3714. : .
FOR SALEj Motorsla talevisien
Mt. 21" tcreen, contele type,
ptucticjlly new. Call Ft. Clartea
FOR RENX.-RMin Ur bchlof,
ear 4th July Ave. Phone Pana Panama
ma Panama 2-4342 from 9-11 and 4
t 5 p.m.
Die Of Malaria
MEXICO Citv. Sent H -yTiP
iumaria js cosung Mexico J600,
Mti m An o--. n J J ii
today, The Chairman of the Sen
ates PublC Healih rnmmitto.1
said three-fourths nf Mpvin
malaria-infested anri mnr th.nl
20.000 Mexican Hi n th.
cal disease yearly. i
1956 Wetter Than Ever
...VI,. t ',
: It may not been exactly like liv-13.41 Inches at Balboa Heights In a
ing at the bottom of a well but Cns-Uhree hour period.
tobal rpaiHpnto hava harl. nlantv ntl Fn..MI ..u. ...... ... -
reason .to gnpe this yejr so far
A notorious wet spot, the Atlantic
Side, has been deluzed dm-ine th
ursi eigm momns oi mis year wun
a roiai oi b.u incnes oi ram, ac-'t v ...v..B iu
cording to he monthly reoort issued! t?.be." noticed by Canal Zone re-
:by the Meterological and hydro
praphic Branch l j
This is no all time record, but it
still makes the first eisht months
of 1956 the fifth wettest on record
In the Cast 74 years. The first
eight months of 1872 brought 89.75
inches of- rain to the Atlantic Side
and this record is still unbroken.
The most recent high was 86.20
inches in 1952 and in 1927, 26.63 in inches
ches inches of rain fell in Cristobal during
the month of August alone.
uuring August this year, however
rainfall was Bear normar with a
total Of 14.8ft inchae in frictnh.l
Tha heaviest rains were reported
oy me siauon at. summit where
there were, aiv rlava with mn,. than
4 an inch of ram and a total of 3.22
, a -minuie penoa ...
Baboa ls(J hd lu rf t
a;adi ne cmii I KT
orah Jean Whitmore is the smallest Infant ever reported to
have survived a complete blood exchange. Deborah weighed
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prematurely July 6, and now weighs almost five pounds. She's
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(SICAPI 2-3349, Panama.
f corded in the Canal Zone during
iftugusi, mo suongesc r ox inese,
rated at Force J.V occurred at 12:
w.. j- .i
TuA artarshnnlra lt,m,a' .nmiflk
siaen" a"? raied as ion ll oc'
culTea w" iewnours oi ine t
I'iiim .umiui wnmc, ziicr uiaiatnc
( ong'" of these earthquakes was
about I.1.0 mlle? ifO;" ttaiooa, near
inc soutn coast o Manama.
US DfilTlGnric FflP X-
Reach 5000 DaijI
' MEXICO CITY, Sept. 13 (UP)
U.S. demands for Mexican mi mi-tfrant
tfrant mi-tfrant farm laborerx row tn ahnnr
5,000 daily last week, the Central
umce oi Migratory worKers said
here today. is'?. --.-,. ,
The sudden rise In demand
caugnt most concentration cen centers
ters centers short-handed Tha
center in Sonora sent about 2.500
"braceros" daily and the Monte
rrey and thihuahua centers more
than 1,000 each."
Officials said fnurth
was closed for the remainder of
me year oecause the number of
worxers applying to go to U.S
feU to a "mere handful.
IAMWWFB Two-monthi-old Deb-
FOR SALE: 1950 Plymouth
Convertible. Excellent condition,
' new. ww tint, radio. Phone
FOR SALE: 1946 Chevrolet
Carryall-lntonsational flat truck;
both licensed and insured. Will
, accept bear cash offer. Also have
Chevrolet "Flat Dump," not li licensed,
censed, licensed, but good condition. May
bo see at Scott Company, Co
Ion. Phono 4B Colon.
LEAVING ISTHMUS: Mutt toll -1949
DeSote Custom Coupe. Ex-
eellent condition, 450. Amador
3230 until 4 p.m., Balboa 2762
FOR SALE: Bargain. Chrysler
ler 1950 hartltop coupe. Coed,
condition, clean car, radio. Cor Corner
ner Corner of Chile Avo. and 33tk St.
Phono 3-1103 Panama.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Convertible, now battery, B now
tires, radio $425 cash. House
5064-A, next Diablo Clubhouse.
FOR SALE 1949 Packard M M-dan,
dan, M-dan, avaiUble Oct. I, $350 Call
Cristobal 1307 daytime.
rjAT.vipqTnw. T; ftlPi
Bab Zaharias, the nation's No.
1 cancer victim, was nonorea
Wednesday lor her contribution
oanrni. rnnt.rol. hut ahe riidn't
feel up Ito making' a personal
"The Babe was tluilled," said
her husband, George Zahanas,
"but she J nst didn't feel up to
accepting the awara personauy.
k The award, a hand-embossed
parchment scroll signifying
that the 42-year-"M lamed
woman athlete contributed :
"the nation's most outstanding
service to cancer education
and control," was presented ;
instead to George and the
Babe's sister, Mrs. L1 11 it).
Grimes of Beaumont, Tex.
The presentation was made by
Dr. William S. Brummage, pres president
ident president of the Public Health Can Cancer
cer Cancer Association of America, ait a
ceremony attended only by doc doctors
tors doctors and nurses in the doctor's
lounge room of John Sealy Hos
r r ,.-.,-
tu... aVi a rial remained In her
sick room on the fifth floor .of
tha hnanitai whire she has, been
confined to bed since her birth
day last June zb...
ra roVioriai nro-anled the
I 4vna. c
Babe Didrikson zaharias fund
to promote the idea tnat eariy
detection saves lives ,which
would ordinarily be lost to can
Vest:rn Un Gels
Scccr. J Rt!3 Increi3
In t!cn.Ii Froni FCC
WASHINGTON, Sept." 13-UP)
The Federal Communications
Commission today granted West Western
ern Western Union its second rate increase
in a month to help the telegraph
agency meet increased wage
costs. '......w. ,;..
: The latest Increase,- which will
vialil an atYtra IffiS.OOO a tilt.
covers domestic press rate: and
rates on both general ana press
messages and money orders be between
tween between this country and Canada
The company requested a series
of rate increases to meet the ad
ded coast of new employe wage
agreements. The ECC granted
Western Union an increase in gen general
eral general domestic and foreign rates
Aug. 26 to give the company an
extra 84 million dollars a year in
revenue. .- ,. :',;.,.'. i ,-
The new press rate increase for
messages within the United States
takes effect Friday. It provides
for an 8.2 per cent boost- in such
news messages and will bring the
company an extra $196,000 a year.
The American Newspaper Pub
Ushers Assn. Protested the ifl
crease on grounds that it would
mean a 45 per cent boost in vch
rates in the six years. The AIWA
which did not seek a hearing, said
the latest move would hike the
minimun for press messages from
ATTENTION O. I.f Just built
modem furnished aportmoart, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, told watta,'
'Phono Ponamo 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
unfurnished or completely fur furnished
nished furnished with linen and dishes at
El Canarejo. Two bedrooms, two
. bathrooma dining living room, -maid's
room with bath, all
acTconed, garaga and bet water.
Phono, during businosa hours, 2 2-0321;
0321; 2-0321; after businosa hours, 2 2-3525.
3525. 2-3525. ..." :
FOR RENT In tha best resi residential
dential residential district, near Hotel El
Panama, 2-bodroom apartment,
maid's room, front terrace, ga garage
rage garage hot water, $110. Call 3-'
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, $50. Via Porrat No. 101.
Phono 3-2561. ,
FOR RENT: Apartment unfur-
nished. 2 bedrooms, maid's -"
room, 2 baths, sitting dining
room, porch, kitchen, garage,'
S90. At Bella Vista, N. Oaarrie
Street 23. near "El Baturro."
See De Castro, B Avtnuo 24.
FOR RENT: Automobile' Rew,
nicely furnished one bedroom
apartment S85, Phono Panama
3-4382. ; "" .;
FOR RENT: Apartments, $35,
$32.50. $40. and $45 in Rio
Abajo (Diablo Town). Informa Information:,
tion:, Information:, Gelabert's Office. Phono
2-0364 vr: :yy. -4:,
FOR RENT; Small apartment.
completely furnished. Excellent
location." Noar all but stops.
43rd Street No. 13. r 5
OR RENT: Comfortable apart-
ment. screened, 2 bedrooms, all
modern conveniences, faraeje.
Newly painted. Phono 3-5443.
Ave. Cuba 36-39.
FOR RENT: Very comfortable
'furnished apartment, inspected!
screened. Via Espjna, 'house be before
fore before Juan Franco.
(Continued from Page 1)
The groups started work en a re request
quest request for a federal" court Injunc Injunction
tion Injunction against interference with
The guard was completely with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn at Clinton, but the 11 Ne-1
gro children continued to attend
the integrated high school without
any trouble. Tennessee Adj. Gen.
Joe Henry said that although the
guara is gone he could muster a
force of 75 guardsmen from near nearby
by nearby areas within one, hour in case
of an emergency ;
it' 'I'.vk.V.m. .L.M.
pickets1 have nrevented two Ntmm
students from entering a junior col
lege, ponce arrested lour white
youths and seven Negro teenagers
after a brief rock finht
The Neeroes told nnlir that
they were chased by the white
boys m their car and started
throwing rocks when thv
Fifty-six nasseneera are ached
uled to sail from New York
Thursday for Cristobal aboard
me ranama liner Ancon. in ad addition
dition addition 42 passengers are booked
for Port-au-Prince, Haiti. L
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for Cristobal follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ar
cher: Mr. and Mrs. James P,
BoukaUs and two children; Miss
juaitn Brown; Mr. James Brim
dago; Mr. and Mrs.- Auvie H.
Byrd and 2 children; Mr. Gor Gordon
don Gordon Chue; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
L. coate and 2 children; Dr
and Mrs. Juan Correa; Mr. Law
rence v Antonio; Dr. and Mrs
Clinton DeBaum: Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Egger, Jr. and 2 chil children;
dren; children; John E. Forde; and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Grower.
Miss Fay Hardy; Rev. and
Mrs. Stanley Hyde; Max Levlne;
Miss Iris McLeod; John O' O'-Rourke;
Rourke; O'-Rourke; Miss Dorothy palmich;
Miss Antoinette L. Pieroni;
Francis J. Reilly; Kather Daniel
Renaldo; Mrs. William Siegel;
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stod-
dart; George T. Tarf linger; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph M. Vandergrift;
Mr. and Mrs, John M. Waters
and 2 children;- Mr. and Mrs.
Jack L. Weems and daughter;
and Mr. and Mrs. William A-
Ooroso Wsites School of Dancing
accepting enrollment NOW for
children 3 years old and up.
Classes far beginners, interme intermediates,
diates, intermediates, and advanced students in
every age group, Columbus Club,
Balboa. Phono 2-2363.
Attention! Beginners' course in
Ballroom Dancing for Junior High
Students starting Oct. 3rd. Reg Registration
istration Registration Sept. 15th, 2:00 p.m.
to 4:00 p.m. DORESE WAITES
School of Dancing, Columbus
Club. Balboa. Phono: 2-2363.
Now Spanish course for English
speaking people at University of
Panama from September 17 to
October 31. Classea on Monday,
Wednesday, Thursday. Beginners
9 to 10 a.m.; Intermediate 10
to 11 a.m.. Advanced 11 to 12
noon. Registration at Secretary's
The m a g I a key to feminine
Charm will bo taught by LLONA
SEARS, director and founder of
. Panama's first Charm School bo-
ginning I October at El Panama.
' Registration now open Please
call 3-1661, ext. III.
. Pacific Side Pre-teens
Miss Harnett will hold reg registrations
istrations registrations for ball room
dance classes Balboa IMCA
Sept. 14 Triday from 4
to 5:30 p.m. & Sept. 15
Saturday 10:30 to 12 noon.
Beginners' course will in include
clude include Waltz Fox-trot -Jitterbug
and "Bop." All
party dances & ballroom
etiquette. Free Dance Book.
16, hr. lessons, all for $10.
For further information
call Balboa 3-4239.
HARNETT & DUIJN
TO Swwaf Oi. n
i":iErr:!J. P.' ::;
The First -: Isthmian Karr.iit
Church will make a formal re request
quest request on Saturday night for the
ordination of its first Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian candidate to the Baptist
ministry, - -Errol
J. Palmer, a voiinc Pan
amanian who received his early
training at Wojmers High
School,, Kingsttm, Jamalc a ; at
the Dunbar school in rolon and
is a recent graduate of the Latin
American eidi seminary, san
Jose, Costa Rica, will ne pre presented,
sented, presented, tn an ordination rnnnrll
ioa a ffanHMat ftM ApHinntlnn
Among those taking part in
this service will be the Revs.
Isaac Periz, acting superinten superintendent;
dent; superintendent; William Beeby ; David
Morgan; Fred S. Roth; F. H.
Walters; Mrs. John Hollings Hollings-worth;
worth; Hollings-worth; Chaplains John Hol Hol-llngsworth;
llngsworth; Hol-llngsworth; chaplains John Hol Hol-lingsworth
lingsworth Hol-lingsworth of the 15th Naval
Distrldt and Ralph Arms of Fort
Gulick. The sermon will be de delivered
livered delivered by Dr. R. G. Lee of the
The general public is invited.
For the crowina- legion of sports
men now undine hitherto unchar
tered sport among the colorful is islands
lands islands of the Caribbean, "The
Snortsman's Guide to the uarit)
bean," which was placed in circu
lation this week by the canai zone
Library, answers a tnousana-ana
one questiohs. s
Written bv Patrick Euanv well-
known amateur yachtsman and o
cean saUor. the book lists 37 sports
ranging from alligator hunting to
yachung on which he has compa compared
red compared everv fact and fiGure.
The titles and authors of books
listed by th'e-Jibrary bulletin tjus
Non-ficUon The Bible in World
Evangelism, Chirgwin; Prospect Prospect-intr
intr Prospect-intr fur Atom Materials. Knoerr;
Planning the Future Strategy of
your Busuiess, Bursk; rnncipies
of Management. Terry: The
Sportsman's Guide to the Canb-j
bean, Ellam; Islands oi contrast;
Adventures in New Zealand
Miles: Ring Lardner. Elder; Ben
jamin Henry Latrobe, Hamlin; Po-
licemans Lot, Soderman; xosca xosca-nini.
nini. xosca-nini. Chotzinoff; and the Jlennin-
ger Story, Winslow.
Fiction The Ripening Seed,
Colette: No Smoke, no Flame,
Harrison; The Lonely Passion of
Judith Hearne, Moore; The Flight
from the Enchanter, -jHuroocn;
The 'Fortune Finders, Sanders;
The Happy Exiles, Shaw? Lazarus
in Vienna, Slote; and Delayed Pay
ment, stout. v
Children's Books Brave John
Henry; Austin; Windmill Family,
Brraims Unir. tlovon CaffraV!
Key of Gold, Cheney; Wish for
Lutle, Hawthorne; Sizzling ran
Ranch. Hvndman: Denny's Story,
Smith; Adventure in Store, Swift;
FOSTER S COTTAGES and Ur.,
ach house. One mile past Ca Ca-"no.
"no. Ca-"no. Phono, Batbae 1366.
PHILLIPS Ocemud Cottaeoo,
S.t. CU,fc Bo, 435. B.SE
$Ptndi your week onda at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach i.
tha Republic, with all cenve-
niencoa. Moderate prices. The
new management is anxious to
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Dog, nulc, tmt M(t
Cocker, black and white fore fore-paws
paws fore-paws and threat. Answers to
name of Duka. License No. 171
Last seen Fort Kobbe. Finder
Call.CZ:. phono J J-1426
1426 J-1426 or 3-1853. -,
FOR SALE.- Several used boats,
metare and trailers. Reasonable.
Wo buy, sell and trade. ABER ABER-NATHY
NATHY ABER-NATHY SPORTING GOOD S.
.across afreet Hotel El Panama.
Zinc ; .$1,43
a2 x 8 Zinc ...7. .............. 1.89
4" Calv. pip
US. Standard ...."....';. 1.24
3" Calv. pip y 1 1
U.S. Standards . . .., S3
, Nails i....: !jo!co
Aluminum corrugated roofinj
Aluminum corrugated roofing 2 x 6 .. 2.S5
Welding rod and carbide tt lowest prices,
GENEVA, S. A.
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r.;En end v;o:.::n codzls
for Commercial Photography to be used exclusively
for our clients in the Panamt newspapers.
Face-Front & Profile view
If you have any previous experience pleast Indicate
with personal data submitted. .
Intsrviews wijl only bt granted en appointment
after receipt of photographs. Photos will not be
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WANTED: A woman for
keeping work. Very ejoe o.-'y.
Must sleep at work p!co j
bring references. La ImeoftiJj
ra Selocta. No. 11-53 N S t.
WANTED: Woman to Uko
care of two children. Must s!p
at work place and bring r Fr Frances.
ances. Frances. Very good salary. La Im Im-portadora
portadora Im-portadora Solacta, No. 1 1-53 H
Wonted' To' Rent
American Embassy officer driitta
unfurnished 3 or 4-bedoom
apartment ar house, preferably 1
with garden. Phono 3-001 0, Mr.
Vcnted to Cuy
WANTED- Boy'a bicyd. 26",
try good condition. Call Stuart,
6-370 daya. -196 nights.
FOR SALE: A beautiful, mod mod-em
em mod-em and well located threo-ipart.
ment building in Campo Alegra
townsitd. No, intermediary Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-0193 Panama,
ou to a cents.
Wichman and son.
a d Una, Braniey
I wa 1
r '.-1 vic::t!
;;r s:x jcc.wicts
rtTT. OX TTTE
MARK OF TKJ
- Also: -TRINCHII
Greit Double cf Action!
. TLS LAST CO.MMAN3
with Ernest Eorgnine and
A MAN ALONE
with Ray Milland
And famous musical short:
R I Q
GREAT SHOW J
, Licno ML'SOZ
- Also: .-
' Let s Do It Again
- and -Boston
lM jy Jnk'in Johnson -J j
y -f 1 M i I suit I II A st
' Bij Staffers
Bo 134, Pu
505 7, Ancon
Yl e fffmk fflff firlL, Ptrtit vJ VitvJ iLmU It mU fmptlf U brum Jim.'
Ji mil I HtmJ If utpLu i Pmma 1-0U0 m 1-0741 U fOO J f0 w mlf
at fmrasst OF BRAZIL Shown at a reception given by the Ambassador of Brazil and
" Mr ABuinaldo Bouitreau Fragoso in honor of Brazil's Independence Day are the Ambas-
sador, Monsignor eernier, uvveimu w, "" ,r"
PR AXD MRS. OCTAVIO FABREGA GIVE "
RLCLPTION FOR DISTINGUISHED VISITOR
Dr and Mrs. Octavio Fabreja will receire all friends of Mrs.
Fmilio Ortii de Zevallos, wife of the former Peruvian Ambassador
to Panama, at 6 p.m. today at their residence in El Cangrejo.,
Mrs Orti de ZeTallM arrived last night from Lima, Peru to
spend a few days at the Fabrega home en route to Mexico, y
Ptn Womin Psrty S
A Succist j
Pfcn'e pourpd steadily m ana
out ol i 1 "'I Tivoli ylercl
v ai.J evening lhe 1 cn
' The general feeling of guests as
they departed was that they had
enjoyed something refreshingly. 0-
riginal in entertainment.
t ,. .... ui i ..ij-i t r oi -uf. a J mis. Wmmd Sin
, ., ,.(.: iwii. w h oiof Jvew tntobal .bee a m e
J;r;.'n.t..i the illustrations (bride of Vvilburn Sidney Belcher,
for Jean Bailey's new book, "Fa "Fa-PaHip
PaHip "Fa-PaHip Manv of the cnil-
groom was used as a centerpiece
on the T-shaped table.
Mrs. Al SensaDaugn w a s In
charge of the bride's book and
Mrs, Belcher was assisted by Mrs.
Strickland, Mrs. Robert Mieek,
Mrs. Howard Pritham. Mrs. Geo.
Gercich, Mr. Howard McGaugh McGaugh-e;'
e;' McGaugh-e;' and Mrs. Helen Fogle.
' The young couple left on a trip
to El Valle and returned yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, to temporarily make their
home at 8-13-b ou Sixth Street in
SELFISH THINKING CALLED
FOR WHEN DIVORCE LOOMS
The? have had a rnnd mimm
reared three children
grown and on their own, struggled
together for the success which the
husband has now achieved.
Their life should be easy sailing.
But the husband has informed
his wife that he is in lnv with
a girl in his office who is little
more man nan his age. He has
asked his wife for a divorce so
that he can marry the girl he
thinks he cant live without.
, Because she loves her husband'
and, through the years, has putl
his welfare and happiness ahead
of her own she feels there is noth-
ing to do but to get a divorce and
clear out of her husband's life.
Now is the time for this eood
wife to start thinking a bit more
Since her husband, obviously.
is not concerned witii what to be become
come become of her if she gives him the
divorce he thinks he wants, she
had better start thinking about her.
Thtre ere Many Difficult
; Where. will she live if she di
vorces her husband
it isn't likely that she will relish
living in the same towo with her
lormer husband and his new wife.
If what her husband thinks be
vants important enough to force
her into becoming another dis
' Even thoueh thev are crown.
bow will the children feei about
having their parents divorced?
Even crown children nave a
right to expect their parents to
look after each other as long as
they Doth live.
. Does she have what it takes
to make a new life alone and on
her own or is there danger that
she will crack up emotionally when
the divorce is final" .
It is only healthy" Self Interest
for a woman to examine that pos possibility
sibility possibility carefully.
Can she find the courage to look
her husband in the eye and say
"no to his demanl tor a divorce?
Courage is often a greater virtue
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol
lywood and GrapeVine: Movie
town's on a truth-ia-better-tham
HcUon binge with a record-bre
ing cycle of biographical movies. i
19o6-19oT season, fromisea ana
hoped for In the list, which finds:
modern-da v personalities outdis
tancing historic characters by!
Tha Ufa itarias tf CiM lv
eresv, the I.VOO-mph fet pilot; Lea
Chaney; Jeanne Eagels, friai
Liszt, water Keatoa, Jimmy
Walker, Red Nichols, Joe I.1
Lawia. Halan Morgan. John Paul
Jones and Jean Herlew.
tHIS IS HOLLYWOOD. MRS.
Jv. ..ES: Jack Benny writing
about Bob Hope in the London
ment for guesting on each oth-l
lun means coo is
just as mean and stingy as I am."
inmi banasrraa? a new nnvai
'The PromnUn ha. .J
' "I WVU vir
lln..J I' .
uuucu ax a spencer iracy movie.
If the atory reaches the cameras,
Longstreet wUl collect -1200,000.
The yarn is about a colorful
Texas millionaire who takea over
a whole railroad system to keep
it out of northern hands.
dren themselves were present in
th! early part of the afternoon, but
there were enou,h lollipops on
hand to satisfy them 'all
Pen Women, who were selling
Christmas cards, were kept busy
during the whole time. May peo
pie took advantage of this even
to "rush the season" and buy
Authors Jean Bailey and Patri Patricia
cia Patricia Markun autographed books at
a steady rate ana reponeu
sales on both "Panama Pattie
and Ut second printing of The
Pelican Tree. .'
Nina Morton was surrounded as
people admired her novelty dolls,
and many were bought for Christ-
Durina the later session Pana-
mr. Nel" a song by Beverly
Friedman and Patricia Markun
was sung in an informal Fashion
as guests gathered around the pia piano.
no. piano. This was so well received that
a second song, "Safe Harbor
composed and written by the same
two. was given as an encore.
son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bel Belcher
cher Belcher of Margarita on Sunday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, in the Margarita Union
Church. The Rev. Paul Olander of
Anv wife who ohlijiindv turns
i t i ...e w a .'iliittale of tns- h?r hir.nJ over to ftt'nr worn
tobal 1; School and the groom m should at lesst do a little ''self-
i.e received his educatiotf in Westush" Uiinking fust. After all. the
Virginia. husband and the other woman are-
1 n't setting any records for unself-
(Continued on Page 9)) ish behavior. ,.
Pci!) Tdto'j :
WASHINGTON, Sept. 13 UP)
The new date set for the Casals
Festival of Puerto Rico will not
bar participation of the Budapest
string Quartet, one of the star at attractions
tractions attractions of the event next year
that will make the island a world
music center. &
The festival, that is to assemble
acme of the finest instrumenta instrumentalists
lists instrumentalists for two weeks of concerts un under
der under Pablo Casals, has been post postponed
poned postponed from April 15 to May 8.
Tha rhanoa 1VL mH( bv the
organizers of the festival appar-
... t.:.M .11 fl..
eniiy wunoui comacuun u ujc
guest artists. j
Joschp Roisman, first violinist
of the Budapest Quartet, learned
of the new date irom we unuea
press. He welcomed the Switch
since otherwise the group would
have been compelled to cut short
itj regular season here at the Li Library
brary Library of Congress.
Postponement vt the festival
was announced in Puerto Rico by
Rafael Benitez Carle, director of
ti.: Department of Tourism and
ywpcal manager of the Casals
le ivnl Inc., according to a Puer Puerto
to Puerto Kkan government bulletin cir cir-c
c cir-c : J here.
1 ;e other members of the Bu Bu-t
t Bu-t nuartct violist Boris Kroyt
ami ceUtht Miseha Schneider also
i'ie unaware of the chance even
i h t!iir second violinist, Al-
'. 'T Schneider, is artistic di-
The ouartet returned Only last
we-K from a- highly successful
Cii'Htit tour of South America and
The lovely bride, given in mar mar-riage
riage mar-riage by her father, wore a gown
of white satin trimmed with seed
pearl medallions with a princess
waistline and full skirt. Her veil
was trimmed with teardrop
pearls. She carried a white Bible
covered with white carnations and
ribbon streamers. ;
Miss Sandra Jones, the bride's
only attendant, was dressed in rose
taL'eta with Queen Anne neckline
and full skirt. She carried white
Mr. Fred Pritham was best man
for Mr. Belcher. Mrs. C. J. Genis
played the traditional wedding
marches. The Church was decorat decorated
ed decorated wijh white lilies and gladioli.
A reception was held at the VFW
Post No. 876 in Cristobal following
the ceremony, A three-tired wed wedding
ding wedding cake topped with bride and
The juices of 8 different, tardea
fresh vegetables arc blended int
thu famous drink. You'll love its
lively flavor, and thrive on in vit
nin-pacnea gooa gooa-ne5.
ne5. gooa-ne5. At mealtime-
or between meali
V-8 givet you the
refreshment you :
want, and the nour nour-Wiment
Wiment nour-Wiment you need.
Acto liko Maglcij
It's tha softest, finest, most delightfully j
fragrant talcum you can buy. At tha same
time it U lastingly deodorant and antisep antiseptic,
tic, antiseptic, Yes, magical C-8 (Hexachlorophene)
in new Cuticura Talcum keeps the skin
fresh and sweet, relieves sunburn, prevents
and relieves heat rashes and other akin
irritations. Wonderful for baby and every everyone.
one. everyone. Buy Cuticura Talcum today.
Liz Sentt i now eomnletelv
cured of the mystery malady,
which had temporarily blinded
her . Betty Hutton and NBC NBC-agreed
agreed NBC-agreed to disagree on the format
of a tcletilm series, me network
is shopping for another vehicle,'
The Witnat; Biggest laugh of
the new film season, I suspect,'
will be Bob Hope's line to Kath-I
erine Hepburn in "The Iron'
Petticoat." ''American womeri,"j
says Kate, playing 4- Russian,1
"are too interested in false bos bosoms
oms bosoms and nail polish."
Replies Bob: "Yesrthey're in-'
clined to make mountains out of
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Over Over-htrd:
htrd: Over-htrd: "Thalr heme is I a r I y
Americsn they live in a tapte."
Sammv Davis. Jr.! is set for
nose surgery in February. The
result of last year's auto accident.
. . Greta Garbo is said to have
told an agent she 11 make a screen
comeback IF it is Maeterlinck's
"Sister Beatrice," "with John
Huston directing ... Charles Far Far-rel
rel Far-rel and six other Palm Springs
citizens, including one-time film
queen Andrea Leeds, have ob
tained a charter to open a bank
in the resort town.
Humphrey Bogart's medics
have delayed his back-to-work
date until January. . MGM is
planning a telefilm series based
on "Goodby, Mr. Chips." filmed
20 years ago with Robert Donat.
. . Groucho Marx must have fait
the jackpot with his new NBC-
TV contract. A yeaf ago he was
ureaiening to retire.
Blua stencil "Make Room far
Daddy" as a TV title. The shew
becomes "The Danny .Th e m a s
anew- mis year.
'Best casting news of the year
has Rosalind Russell slated to
play perle Mesta m a film bioe-
raphy of the international oostess
and former U.S. ambassador to
Luxembourg. Perle, you probably
recall, uspirea irving uerim i
musical,' "Call Me Madam."
Latest Count on old-feature
The Snt Nlxod.rm application will
kwi clear away your akin pimples.
Use Nixodirm tonight and hew
your skin becomes clean, el.ar anil
oft, Nix.dtrm -Is a nw treatment
that kills terms and paraslts eaus eaus-Ing
Ing eaus-Ing enema, itching and pimples. You
will not get rid ef the skin troubles
until you remove the germs that are
hidden tn the pores. So get Nixederm
(rem yeur dnigaini today te fight'
pimplea and e.eax and aootlia yeiaT
Ida. v t
S,t A iUitl I
. The host fruits
. an 4
; taste better, too,
' Tible GraJe.
.to stay sweet
for months. -Always
v v delicious
f i hi
m !.! at
ox in coffee.
lovelier by for .iith
A cnu, is lovelier by far with a beautiful smile... tha
pepspdent 8MHJS. Pepsodent's okal detergent clean)
teeth cleanest, makes them dazzling bright. .keeps breath
fresh, and gives you clean mouth taste for hours,
i Use Pcpsodent with oral petergent regularly. Youll
be lovelier by farl ,
Orel ettrgea 4eM-
I .cao.i.gredBU..t V
, y 1 ; giicaCpkyu I
IIMI.ai lllll.llliMMII", T" MW'Wr"'"" .V
movies available for TV this fall'
adds up to 7.500. Most of them'
are major studio films, with only
U-I and Paramount as Hollywood
holdouts. But U-I has become the
towns top producer of filmed
commercials, with 120 subjects
currently in production for a
dozen leading sponsors.
Rosssna Rery it lamentina it
I've enly fet a 37-inch butt, m
neiMdy believes I'm Italian."
"Wide, Wide World" is planning
an undersea exploration of the
Andrea Doha wreck as TV fare
this falL . "December Bride."
starting its third year on TV,
takes a tip from "I Love Lucy"
in future shows. There will be a
change in locale and generous use
of guest stars such as Marjorie
Main, Kory Calhoun. ; Arnold
itang ana Art Aragon.
In th sauce...
. ( -v
and th sauc A
( Is Campbell's )
V sacrat! J
You'll love the
rich sauce the live lively
ly lively flavor ef each
plump, tender bcaavt
Serv it aoonl
New low prices!
wipes out perspiritica
Only new Instant Odorono Swiv
el Stick ipea out perspiration
odor instantly with this miracle
ingredients: r , j
I ZIRCONIUM cchMlly ha
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lastently. -. I
' atreya der-ceutief k)i
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O AUANTOIN Sirevielet eV
v' tkle safely, seethes akjnj
Jteept N sen arte tmfn. 4
SWIVEL STICK eCODORANT?
cny othor motor oil... roocrdloff
' v pr'ce f
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y Competing against some of the toughest motor oils i
on the market, HavolSa r1 ate 1 I ? v -"
riorirj'. UavoUne-lubrL ..nd tnmcs Suovci jmoi
. power, greater pickup, added gasoline mileage. Inde-
y pendent road tests proved it You can prove it your-
self! Come in and change to the best motor oil your
money can buy-Advanced Custom-Modi llvoint. l
You'll bt mighty glad you did. y
You ore welcome at
your TEXACO Dealer
1 1 fresh vegetables! i
'Ues, Peas, fcf -0X
, V Onion,. 1 VT 0
St Potatoes, ? :
: I snoParsW-
Allinril- 10- :
.Beef.Si4 rfpaii& r-':
, ; -o'koap
8 lull SjvW I
Almost a meal
and so easy ...
CAMPBELLS VEGETABLE SOU?.
i i i ill II
l i id 4
i I i
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v TH S SHOULD RVEAIf TMF Irt.Ti,. ut..vi a, i
. A hr 7C;3.,.V' "a oauerc A DOWN-TO-EARTH CLUB-GU Delamarre is Dractic
' for reWS of TsMZa ZZYZ' T Wth in Parachute .without parachuted Paris.
""y S1P, 10 tne taSlt ruP have Completed their4inloadin2 ODeration. rhtn m L. J
, n uvHALAii VENEZUELA, conitruction. -workers Ayenida de la Fuems Armadas, the crosstown nd
Z ' een KnocKmg -manana" (tomorrow) out of street" of Caracas. Men worked non-stop 24-hpurs a
' Spanish, liuage for, the past five years, but the day to finish this sl'i4eU "These two photos wer taken
' 1 ...6wt.. mc; i wcive wt jum i aays apari. loiai ume irom aestrucuon ot the
Miracle. This was the Eieantic rebuilding iob 'Wh first hnildln
t W .-.fy TV vasw V u Ul VJbVD II Mg W WUJ Oa
Thii uwhot !h Avenldo d. la Futnqi Armada looked befor. woAm. n.A tu-i. n... ..
; L LU)ltn, " mila4
Order, from Fr.,id.n Marco. P.r jim.n.xbro9ht bout rapid cleaning wp o7,fr..t 01 wm In this Jhoto.'
for rail delivery at Barranquilla, .where ocean. freight shipments are landed for'- -Colombia's
inland cities. Ift a few ..years, a 468-mile-16ng Railroad will short-cut
the Panama canal and bring Colombia's rich natural resources closer to the IT. S.
5 CU1ARD AGAINST THIS NEXT TIME A polar bear just isn't seen every day on a street in Stockholm so no V ",
one can blame horses of the Swedish Royal Guard for beine startled when
i ver,, turns out to be a stuffed one, borrowed from the State museum and used asprop for, an American TV film, V
DERBY GETS INTERNATIONAL COVERAGE Six airline stewardesses await the "Go" signal for international
diaper-changing contest in Tokyo. The contest was staged among stewardesses for American, Japanese and
Chinese airlines to answer the question "Which method is the fastest?" The Chinese method ("belted longies")
. .... j M aki cauciiic Acii; wuii uui uvci mj 4&iii;i4k.aii i avutiic f Jiu udpdiitc dunill SiyieS.
tZl riXIMl AMERICAS AX IM-EPEXTEXT "uittl XEWSPAIW
pa ci K'rn
jcial and Oth
UJ Dc!!:r In -Craill
Drc?$ To lov;:si
.2 i3. mt
"Wp j Audionce Likes
s S-'creiay "An Inspector Calls'
? 1 rs. JeroTe E. Steiner,. Audiences have been coming out
i snnoi'uce Use approch-; of the Theatre Guild Playhouse in
.'..'? of iieir daughter,! Ancon with .appreciative com com-i
i com-i Wraret, vho will ... be-jments.at the end. of eaeb showing
hrirra ff Far! AntKnm. 41 Aw InrwoAtn f TV ......
- ....... wii-.jv u" jiuHivui vi rktt UMrtvwi .a.ia J IIS VUll
Dyer at St -ry's Church in Ba'-; sensas of opinion is that it is a
boa, at a Nuptial Mas which will' good plaj well performed and
t.e x at 0" o'clock Saturday well worth seeing.
mo: ,:,. lr,t. 15. f
Actors in the n!av ara Juki
mss of both "families ara Gav.
anend as no individual
invitations have been issued
810 kes.. Panama Cily
Te!ephon 2-3065 ':
MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE 'is, will they listen? If you're the
.(IVV momer 01 a tooiiicr, u s seems
- - miu.u sunpicr iu snip your ruums
to be publicly quoted. What they of your own things that taking the
seem to fear is not that you 11 ct imvtn ... j .,..
e wedding -a recec- Ma'-cs. A. J. Carrothers. Lvnne
en at tne Knights: Walker. Nancy A. Aeklev. Bon
h. Bv this me-'. Harner. David Kane and .Israel'
v Tfiday, Thursday, JSept. 13
4 :ou Feature Review
Co La Cri!a-Linarei
1 "An Inspector Calls" will run
through Saturday nicht. Tickets
are on sale, and reservations may maybe
be maybe made by calling (Balboa) 2-3683.-
. v 1
Invitatlons'are'bcing issued fori-
the marriage of Miss.Arianne Ma-i "7I tDln?,,r
ria Linares daughter, of Mr. and',''? S1,,r"P,trMn
Mrs. Enrique Iinares, to Ruben wddlnB
Alberto dela GuardU 'son of. Mrj Mr Md jIrs. Alberi Mottt hed
"I- .. ii cDnW M U.Guardia,', rehearsal dinner at their home
which- will be solemnized at S p.m. on Tuesday evening for Miss
Friday, Sept, 28, at Cnsty E ey, Mercedes Peterson' ft-Mn became
" i - t - 1 '
bt t i it h
I ... Liii J
In an effort to boost new mem membership,
bership, membership, the VFW Post No. 3822 is
sponsoring a contest to award a
8100 L-S savings bond to the per person
son person who recruits the most mem.
The contest closei March 31,'liajns. 31,'liajns.-957.
957. 31,'liajns.-957. j
the bride' of Mr. Etrgche Talmadge
Sailer yesterday at Our Lady of
the Miraculous Medal Church in
Colon. : :
Guests present for- the dinner
were Mrs. Nancy Stokes. Matron
of Honor, bridesmaids who were
the Misses Sandra Motta, Judy
Tipton, Colleen' Salter and Mary
Lou Allen; the best man, Mr. Rob Robert
ert Robert Salter and Ushers .7 J. B. Mi Michael,
chael, Michael, Kichard. Sasso,' L e s 1 i e
Rinehart and Don Francey. Also,
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Peterson. Mr
I and. Mrs.. James fain, .Mr. and
'Mrs. Vicente Lara, Mr. anl JUr.
Anibal Galindo. Mr. and Mrs. B.
G. Tipton, Mrs. M a r t n e r i f 1
Schommcr and Miss Grace Wii-
seem to fear is not that you'll get
tneir words wrong but that you'll
twist the worus' meaning to get
support for some view tiiey don't
hold. So when I quote psychia psychiatrists,
trists, psychiatrists, my habit U to try to check
my use of their statements with
Recently I quoted Dr. Milton M.
4:ou Feature Review : j w Ui mw custom 01
4;3U What'a Your Favorit (re- fernoving aU breakables from 1
, quests taken by prions! Madiera environment. Calling it
1 till 3 noi overprotective," he said: "It is
I-- Sat'rtflur F a 1 0 1 1 1 I13.! ht he's a member,
- .. .. iihh ruier 01 me rami v nniinht.
ed with his words, I tried to check
wun nun ai ms omce.
HE wasn't in. Nor was' he at the
country home to whirh 1 urak ra
ferred. But his wife was." As soon
as sna rearnea why I d telcphon telcphon-ed,
ed, telcphon-ed, she became so interested in
how I was quoting her husband
that I read her the column.
ni. KSV?n M immediate,
un. 1 m clad vnu kne. k
statement of mv huthanri'.
peat," ahe told me. 'Young moth-
th iT' 10 near
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL
6 : 15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer
6:30 Telephone Hour tWRUL)
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report From U-S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater :
8:30 Take It From Here :
8:00 You Asked For It tie tie-quests
quests tie-quests taken by phone
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama 10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
Tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 11
6:00 Sien On
. Club requests taken
bv nhfins till 1-nO
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Vildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille -v
8:30 Paris Star Tim
'Yes," I agreed. 'The
' The-announcement -of the con-t-i't
was made today by Lynn F,
r.cllinger, post adjutant. He said
f at the VFW usually starts its an annual
nual annual renewal of memberships en
l. The bond was being offer offered
ed offered as an incentive.- to members
pariicipatina; in the drive. .".
The bond will be., the personal
f;'t of .Post Commander Ralph W,
Zachry, Bellinger atated,
Episcopal Priest -- r
The Rev. Je?se Jt. Renew, new
!y appointed Priest -in charge of
the Episcopal Churches of O u r
Saviour and St." Margaret's will ar arrive
rive arrive this nvnnins at Tncnmen tmm
Harblehead, Massachusetts with
Mrs. Kenew and their -four chil children.
dren. children. -The Renews wilj be in resi residence
dence residence at the-Reetnrv nn ThirH
Street in New Cristobal.
Answer to Previous Puiil
r of te
53 Son of SctW
..III - .'-ian
(Cutez and odoronot
10:05-i-Spins and Needles (re
quests taken by
phone' till 8:30)
11:05 Spins And Needlei
ll:3u-Meet-Th Entertainer 1
12:00 News N '
12:15-M E L A C H RINC MTJSl-
12i30-weet Ana Hot
1:00 News' 1 -1:15
Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneer ,:
1:45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show'
Alarm Clock CH"Y CLACE PIE
ests taken MAKE LUSCIOUS DESSERT V
J !r 5AYNR MADDOX
Nf A Feed and Markets Editor
to Detroit Mrs. Edna Hitch Hitchcock,
cock, Hitchcock, wife of a chemical engineer.
Save US her rsoitu. f. ,,'
T. ; t . "v,i" ieaiiy
luscious black cherrv placft n,Jf
lO-OO-JENNlFER'S JOU R tf A tunih C w"l SLaCe
. ,n. . "11 USeS the npw hloi-lr ri-
, iwira ana oaorono V(ireil ?
is sMiiusnca wun
sweetened whipped cream.. sii
jays not only her husband and
friends go for it, but also her two
young children, Brian and Diane,
time to repeat over and over, 'No
mat g not yours it s mine. Be
sides, young mothers most trust
ed exDertA iHvif thm tn with
draw their claims in the home at
uus very time when their babies
are testing out their own." :
1 KNOW Mm Roi-oe .;,
'I had to learn the hard way my-
cu. many my nusoand helped
me see that rpmmin nil nn
things from our baby's reach was
uaiuing nira 10 expect to ask no-
uuug ior ourselves, it was a strug
In 61!:r.a Pcrl:d
RIO DE JANEIRO. Seot. 13
(l.Tl Th Ameriran ilnllir
dropped in the free exhange mar-
sei waay 10 ba, cruzeiros eacn, tne
lowest level in more than six
moths. ; .,
Bankers and brokers aid the
drop was the result of slight de demand
mand demand for American currencv in
the past several weeks, a period
during which nobody unloaded cru
Todav't rirnn intn th fin't nmi
tL .. I
auer a gradual, aeenne extendma
? "UJ SUUX' 1 .
gle learnine to rnM m ihr. me end ox July.. At that
but just this morning a nir.'1.)"1; ?ne doUar was
thing happened as a result cf lirmly m tne -opperjo i.-
'Vhat was it?" 1, asked.
I found myself respecting Tom Tommy
my Tommy s rights spontaneously," said
the DSVchiatrisl'i mifo noink
bor's older hoy had come over to
iur a wan of Tommy's beach
ball Without even thinking, I
heard mvself savins j ..
ask me if you can borrow Tom
my a properly? Tommy is the
person to decide whether he wants
to lend ni hoach' kii v .1 u
have seen Tommy's face. He look looked
ed looked so pleased and proud..."
aiayoe me young mothers
miKht listen to that T .) a...
7- -t emu. nuy
way, Im going to give them a
Each notice- ht Inclusion in this
column should b submitted in
lype-wriMt form and mailerf to eno
of the boa nurnbon listed daily in
'Social and Othorwito," r dolivtrr
i br hand to the office. Notictt of
mootings cannot b accepted by
While most financial observers
attributed the strength of the cru cruzeiro
zeiro cruzeiro to general conditions, some
hedged their, words by pointing to
the relatively high level of coffee
exports during August.
They said that probably .tens of
thousand! nf II S rtnllar. ara an.
tering Brazil in under-tho table
iransacuons,. cased, on under-invoicing.
This is the system by
which foreiirn hnver na th In.
voiced price through the establish established
ed established government channels and the
remainder direct to the seller.
Thi ivxtem ran nrnvlH enftat,
exporers wun neavy extra profits
since, normally t h rnvernment
takes roughly 50 per cent of the
dollar proceeds of coffee exports
at mo omciai rate or exenange.
Another nossihlc rovin fnr tho
dollar drop is a reduction in lee-
gal -' imports of consumer goods
from the United States, chiefly au-
tomnhilps. AriHitinnal ffnvprnmonf
measures and -heavy newspaper
publicity; against Illegal imports
have cut down this traffic with a
consentient reduction in the need
. Cherry Nut. Pi
' ,,-- Modleal Aiiociation
une pacKage hlack 'cherry fla. Mti Tuesday
'" a"u, -v leaspoon cinna cinnamon,
mon, cinnamon, 1 cup sugar 1 cup hot wa
ter, cnerry juice and .water to
make i cup, 1 can 20 ounces)
sour red pie cherries,' drained;
tVcup chopped nuts,d baked 8 8-mch
mch 8-mch pie shell. ..
Mix eelatin anil rinfiamnn AAA
sugar and dissolve, la hot water.
Add cherry juice and water. Chill
umii slightly thickened. Fold in
cherries and nuts. Pour into
3:00 Hank Snow And ru, baked pie-, shell. Chill imtll 'firm
uouiisu iraii awtc-ieiifu wnippeu
n t a in n ueairea.
' Rainbow Ranch Boyj
S:lS-Pammy Koe rhow
3: i Insic Fnr FrLUy
12 L y 2i .u.
IS" k .irs.Sf 3!,...tre 1
H A' rid a 4 Fruit diii.,
' scajiort 5 Ripped
It Sl.ort-napped ' Nuisance
fabric txtinct olltl
39 O niuic 36 Claw
iir. lie forceful 38 Carries (roll )
S i Closer' " 39 Royal Italian
5 Showered" family name
.27 Allowance f 41 Bewildered : I
IS Pnmna nninf 10 Flower
- is Animal skins n,wiuun
. 1 (comb, torm)
'A 22, Domestic
slave. 1 . -.
24 Three in cards
' i Canvas
' 28 Ages
' SO King (Ft.)...
81 Route (ab.)
' 33 Encounter .
86 Sea bird ,.v: -..
3D Organ of .',
46 Trivial error
, 48 Sorrowful-
49 Poker stake
50 Musical -'.
-Armed forces, silkworm'
33 Breed of
(comb, form) 35 Formal repast
47 Footlike part
49 Peer Gynt's
1 t ji 1 I h i 17 Jo p W ill
i- : ,j r"
T : tT"m" 3"
, -U4t- ti''
j J tP TS" 3
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On Wln9a Of V.,
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CoofS O VhtaVision!
5.;,)- - :
5:35 VvLat's. Your Favorite
(cont'd) 1 i ..
'6:00 Allen Jackson Co'mnjen.
6:15 ELUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
M't(l Tnn T,mo. 'l Ik.
M xu'kd vi wic ivcca.
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From UJ5.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater '
r:uo-You Asked For it (re
quests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
H.-OO-Oaza, Till Mldnitrht.
12:00-Sign Off. '
can het thar mho i, 1
t- a xaiuiiy "or
friends get together for chit-chat1
and fun, it's very likely they'll
wind up playing some variation
of a game that's more than a1
uiuuaanu' years oio-rcarrts.
No one lennwt avantiu k...
2B farls ban- thoufin it's
thOUg&t thev ffrartnsllo b .-'
plce of arrows and other oblectsi
were usea in ancient times
loKames and fortune telling i
it r 1U.H uscu :
either in Egypt or Asia but howl
caras got to Europe is a mys mystery.
tery. mystery. J
Some say the Cfnsadert
brough them back and others
uuiia. uiai gypsies or Tartars
brought them into eastern Europe
first. However thev TAP haa
cards have been at-home in
curope since tne 13th century.
Those first cards might have dug
a deeD hole In th. T,nirtv,M. f-2
they were elaborately hand paint painted
ed painted and much too expensive for
just anyone to use. It was wood
engraving and the printing prcg
that reallv mede cards into a pop
ular iiasuine so popular that by
the 16th century young peoole
were often edncafaif v
their lessons printed on the faces
01 piaying cards.
A reader in Rochester, Vermont
a ' rhn! !' pie.
i r C ii Frtih Rhubarb Pie
(Yield: 6 servings)
Line a 9-inch pie plate with pas pastry
try pastry rolled to V inch thickness.
Combine S cups diced uncooked
fresh rhubarb with' lty cups sug sugar.
ar. sugar. 3 table.tnAnn niiir-lt.Annlrina
tapioca and V teaspoon salt. Turn
11110 me pastry-nnea pie plate. Dot
top with 2. tablespoons butter or
margarine. Cover with pastry
ronctt to a-mcn thickness. Trim,
turd under and flute edge. Cut
2 or 3 fashes lit tha tnn rnfet
to allow steam to escape. Bake
in a preheated very hot (450 de degrees
grees degrees F.h ovea 15. minutes. Re-
Hiipk fieat to mnrlarata IlKn An.
grees F.) and bake 30 minutes or
unm none, uo not serve until cold.
The MeHiral Atcnxlatinn t 41,.
uv,,nw lit HIS
Isthmian Canal Zone will meet
next Tuesday in Ward 17 of Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital. The meeting will
start at 7 p.m. -
Drs, R. S. Ostenson and T. A. A A-rias,
rias, A-rias, both of the Gorgas Hospital
staff, will deliver scientific lec lectures.
MEXSAN.4 is a medicate
powder for your baby."?
Relieves prickly heat arid diaper
rtshei. Refreihina; to the skin.
MEXSANA it not a talcum. It is a
.... t ..
Showing At Your Service Ceiiar Theatres Tonight
BALBOA 6:15 7:55
patties cf pass:c:i.
f oVaW Sit MM of
or' inin Ij ,
- n i.i i
Frl. "Long John Silver"
DIABLO HT8. 6:15 8.05
k Victor" Mature
"Andrnclet and. Ttta Tlon"
FrL "Last Command" .;
Fri. -Lt, Wore Skirts"
MARGARITA 6:15 8:15
Katharine Henburn ;
Cary Grant s.
Fri. Santa Fe Passage"
Marv Murnhv ;
"A MAN ALONE"
PARAISO 6:15 7:25
"The Sea Tiger"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:11
"OUVER TWIST" :
The scientific meptinu will ?ho
preceded by a buffet dinner. :
'60c. TODAY 30c.
- DOUBLE FEATURE I
ERROL FLYNN In
In Cinemascope and Color!
The Bowery Boyi In
"TIG THAT U RAN 10"
CAMP B1ERD 6:15 7:45 "UNDERWORLD STORY"
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M. REVIVAL FuZETinGS
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!i 'NEW YORK, Sept. 13 (UP)-There's no rest
" loday for the Milwaukee Braves who find their sea sea-'
' sea-' oh-long "jinx team" the next obstacle in the rocky
!: toad to the National League flag.
Balboa Beer 5
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANf
r it'il.1 hnt hardlv fresh, aft
' yesterday' pressure-filled, 8-
I TtrlumDh over me, arounyu
- hndpers. the Braves have anoth
er "toughle" in.a twi-nlght dou dou-?'.
?'. dou-?'. header with the Philadelphia
.Phillies. The fifth-place Phillies
! have a 10-8 edge over the Braves
. and are the only team in the clr-
' cult with a chance to beat them
In 'their season series.
(v A sweep would boost the
I Braves' lead to two tames, a
li split would leave them six per per-i
i per-i rpntatr nolnts in front and a
I! double loss would enable the Idle
Brooklyn' Dodgers to take over
the ton ran undismitedly for
ithe first time since April 28.
, Warren Spahn is slated to try
i i for the 200th.' victory or nis ca
! reer in one game with rookie Bob
kJXrowbridge (3-1) going in the
other for the Braves. For tne
.JjhllUes, Robin Roberts and lack
-iauer rf .....
Mantle cf ...
Collins lb ...
"Carey 3b .....
Hunter ss ....
Ab R H Pe A
4 2 13 0
sturdivant p .....
McDermottk p ....
30 : 4 5 24 13
Power 2b L, 5 11 3 1
Fllarcik cf ....... 4 '0 2 5 1
Skizas If ,..(.; 4 1 1 U 0
.Simpson rf 3 1 1-12 0
fmith c 4 2 3-7 1
Robinson lb 4 1 2 7 0
Lopez 3b ........ 4 0 01 0
DeMaedtrl ss5..;. 4 1 1 1
Harrington p ... 1 0 0 0 0
Burnette p ...... 3 0 0 0 1
36 7 11 27 6
a-Struck out for Carey In 5th.
f b -Struck out for Hunter in 5th.
c-Flied out for Silvera In 9th.
d-Ran for McDermott in StM.
New York :
103' 000 000 000-320
320 000-320 020 OOx-
- SUMMARY Errors: silvera.
RBI; Collins. McDougald 2, Pi'
larcik 2, Sklzas, Robinson 4.
Doubles: McDougald, Robinson,
Smith. HRs: Bauer, Skizas, Rob.
Ipson. Stolen base: McDougald.
Oarey, Carroll, Sacrifice fly:
Cblllns. Double-plays: DeMaes
iii-Power-Romnson. &L e f t on
baser Yankees v 7, Athletics 6.
r "sses' ort ballsr MGDermott 1.
rrlngton 5, Bumeste 2. S O.:
- lrdivant 2, McDermott 2, Har Har-'
' Har-' gton 3, Burnette 3. Hits off:
irdivant 6-1 I-3, McDermott
" 8 2-3, Harrington 1-2 (walked
Matters In 3rd), Burnette 4-7,
Huns and earned runs: Sturdi Sturdi-i
i Sturdi-i toiant 5-4, McDermott 2-2, Har Harrington
rington Harrington 4-4. Wild pitch: Sturdi-
'fnt, Harrington. WP: Burnette
4-8). LP: Sturdivant (14-8).
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CHER J- OR 4-SPEED
vrever are slated to hun wiw
Roberts cunning ior nis ism win
and perhaps getting his last
chance to keep alive his chances
for a seventh- straight 20-wln
campaign. Roberts is 2-3 a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Braves, this year
while Meyer has no decisions a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst them.
v Bill Bruton, Bob Buhl and
Joe Adeock 'shared the hero
laurels when the Braves sue-;
cessfuUy met their biggest test
of the season yesterday. Bru Bruton,
ton, Bruton, who hit a triple in the
first inning, knocked In the
decisive run with a single n
the eighth inning after an er error
ror error by Danny O'Connell helped
the Dodgers score three runs
and produce a 7-7 tie..
Buhl, beaten by the Dodgers
Tuesday night, h received credit
for his eighth victory of the sea season,
son, season, over them while Adcock
whacked a two-run homer in
the sixth Ithat put Milwaukee a a-head,
head, a-head, 6-4. It was Adcock's 13th
of the season against Brooklyn
equalling the major league
The third-place Cincinnati
Redlegs fell three games fitt the
pace with only 15 to play when
Johnny Antonelli h u r 1 ed a
three-hitter J to ; give the New
York Giants an 8-0 triumph.
Homers by Jackie Brandt and
Daryl Spencer helped Antonelli
score his 16th win and hand Joe
Nuxhall his 10th defeat. The
Redlegs play a single game to tonight
night tonight with the Pittsburgh, Pirates.':'-
Sam Jones struck out five and
hurled a four-hitter as the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs defeated the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh pirates, 3-0, in the other
N.L. game. Walt Moryn's sev-
enth-innini homer snappea a
scoreless tie and Ithe Cubs added
single runs in the eighth and
ninth Innings to seal Vern Law's
-In- the American League, the
Kansas City Athletics defeated
the New York Yankees, 7-4. and
cut (their lead to 10 games when
the Cleveland Indians shaded
the Baltimore Orioles, 2-1. Ed
die Robinson and Lou Skizas
homered for the Athletics, who
kayoed Tom Sturdivant with five
runs in the first two innings.
- Early Wynn gained his 17th
win of the season for the In
dians and struck .the decisive
blow of the game when he hit
a sixth-inning homer. Wynn.
yielded seven hits in 8 1-3 in in-n'ngs
n'ngs in-n'ngs and Don.MossI came out
of the bullpen in the ninth to
wrap up matters,
: Frank Sullivan pitched a flve flve-hliter
hliter flve-hliter for his 13th win -as the
Boston Red Sox knocked the
Chicago white Sox from second
to fourth place with a 4-1 deci decision.
sion. decision. Jackie Jensen hit his 19th
homer, and Ted Williams had a
double and single to-Jead Bos Bos-ten's
ten's Bos-ten's 11 -hlf attack.
Billy Hoeft won his 18th game
when Harmon KilHbrew's error
with the bases filled In the
ninth presented the Detroit Ti Tigers
gers Tigers with a 3-2 victory over the
Washington Senators. Camilo
Pascual suffered his 16th defeat.
YESTERDAY'S STAR John John-ny
ny John-ny Antonelli, whose three-hit-
ter stopped the Redlegs and
gave the Giants an 8-0 victory.
Only tht BEST Is imitates'!
This is the symbol
of the genuine
I AND OYNOMll Yi
The Cerveza Balboa baskeball
team of toe Manama Provincial
League last night became disu disunions
nions disunions lor the liwti season by easi
ly defeating the Chestertieid quin
tet by tne score of a to 61 in
a playoff game' before a capacity
cruwu at tne National Gym.
It. was the first championship
win for Bawoi, which in 14 years
or league competition bas finished
seconu eignt times. v
coacneu oy reux L.uciani. tne
champions took tne lead from the
start, pmng up a substantial lead
wnica tney never lost. At the end
of the first 20-minute period tney
were aneaa ny w to zs.
Keymea in the Balboa victory
were aagarao wnue, a points;
Luis fiti, u points; Carlos t'redl
erics, u pouiia; anu iramum iiOi-
ness, ten points. v
Jtor tne losers. tOD scorers were
Fernando Tom, ten points; Carlos
nyacinin. nine poinis: and Jose
woel ana Isaac t'enynovitcfl, eignt
In tne secondary attraction
wnich had tne spectators shouting
uiemseives uoare aurmg most oi
the tnrui-Daced same. Cisarillns
Gallito took an. extra-perioa deci-
siuu irom vigaruios Manama tu to
iv 10 oeciae uura spot.
nun one second to eo in tho
second bail Manama, ahead by" two
points, seemea assured bt victory,
out Alfonso i razer, who was foul fouled
ed fouled by joaquin Vao. orew two a-pp
mrows wnicn be dropped in sue
cessiully to deadlock the contest
x razer collected 23 nnmt. tn
lead tne winners. Other nioh icnr.
ers for Panama were Dario De
Leon, 15 points; Luis Parfaith. 12
wing-, aa Aicarao cneverria,
Juup Arosemena's 23 nointa w
tops for the losers. He wax flnnr.
u ,ujr u-iuro Agara, Z3- pouits;
Maximo Solano, 11 points; and Ri-
A K A .
caruo oantos, ten points. 1
THE. PRO With other Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodgers in a season long
slump, Carl Furillo bas hit with
authority do wa the National
League stretch. i
In The Majors
(Based on 350 official at bats)
Player, Club f ab t h pet
Aaron, Mil. 138 542101 178 .S28
Vlrdon, Pitts. 143 526 71 169 .321
Moon, St. L. 135 488 84 155 '.318
5'dlenst, N.Y. 116 430 53 136 .316
Musiai, st. L. 139 530 75 165
' AMERICAN l.rAfil'R
Mantle, N.Y. 135 492 120 173
Williams, BOS 120 347 60 121
Kuenn, Det. 130 527 84 175
Nieman,' Bal. 115 387 56 123
Maxwell, ,D. ;
125 440 89 143 .325
Mantle, Yanks 47
Snider. Dodgers 38
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 38
Adcock, Braves ,,. 37
Mathews, Braves 35
Kluszewskl, Redlegs .... 35
RUNS BATTED IN
. Mantle, Yanks 118
Kaline, Tigers 116
Kluszewskl, Redlegs ...101
Musiai, Cards ,. 100
Adcock, Braves ........ 99
' KIUMS . ..
Mantle, Yanks ......... .120
Robinson, Redlegs 1 16
Snider, Dodgers 103
Aaron, Braves' 101
Fox, White Sox : 98
Aaron, Braves 178
Fox, White Sox ........ 178
Kuenn, Tigers ..,..,,175
Mantle, Yanks .. w.,...: 173
Kaline, Tigers ......... 169
Vlrdon, Pira.es ....... i 169
nit mxo. a
(Based on 15 Deci!ons)
, W I.
Vewcombe, Dodgtfrs .23 fi
ord, Yf n ;s 17 5
'ierce, Wi't.e S0x ...19 7
rewer, Red Eox ....IS
Freeman. Redlegs .,.13 3
5455, 5556 CLASSIC LEAGUE CHAMPIONSi-The HOTEI, EL PANAMA is again represented
In the Classic bowling league this year. Two-new comers are with the club that has been
Champions of the Classic for the past two seasons. They are Ed Lowande and Ken Woodcook.
Planning on a repeat performance this year are left toright, W. T. (Bill) Coffey, Ken Wood Woodcock,
cock, Woodcock, Ed Lowande, T. J. (Ted) Wllber Capt., and Bob Bowen.
s preseason rootDaii
Will Be Hard
Balboa High School's 1956
football squad has been going
through the paces under .the
waltchful eye of coach Ross t An
derson and his new assistant,
Jim Hurln. jhe Bulldogs are the
aeiending champions in the lo local
cal local interscholastic league,, and
quite naturally would like to re
peat, just as naturally, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High and the Junior College
are' going to have a great deal
to say about this. h
At this stage of the season it
Is impossible to give an accurate
or meaningful prediction as to
tne eventual outcome. About the
only sure thing that can be said
Is that all the teams will be
working mighty hard to finish
wie season as cnamps. v
In the case of Balboa, Ander
son has a'terriflc Job ; on 1 his
nanos to fill ithe tackle ahd end
positions on his club. Gone are
such stalwarts as Jerry Robnett,
Ramon Reyes, Jim Selby, and
Dorman Fulton at ends; Harold
oorreii, hod Connor, Dave Tuck Tucker,
er, Tucker, and Joe Chalmers at tackles:
Harry Cody at guard; and Jay
Clemmons at center.
Returning for another
'the Red and .White are Bob
Fearon and Kenny Morris at the
guara spots, Mike Napier at cen center,
ter, center, and Larrv Sleeel at
This is the extent of the fxpe-
nciwcu uueman ,me Bulldogs
nave on hand. Siegei played
more as a linebacker than any anything
thing anything else last year, so his expe experience
rience experience as an end is very limited.
in nne bacKiield the Bulldoes
are comparatively well stocked
with boys who have had some
experience. Although the work-
nurse oi last year's team, Ken Kenny
ny Kenny Wheeler, is gone, Anderson
iceis ne nas a capable replace replacement
ment replacement in lettermen Bruce Bate Bate-man.
man. Bate-man. At halfbacks are Danny
Winklosky and Owen Suther
land, both very fast bov. who
will be mighltlly weir backed up
uy sucil men as Charlie French,
Bua curdts, Bill Brunner. and
Don Ry ter. Giving Bateman a
real run for the job of starting
fullback Js Joe Tfower, who had
to sit out most of last vear with
an Injury. Newcomer Gary Ness,
although only a freshman, Is
going to make his weight felt In
that department .before the sett-
son is over.
At the vital quarterback spot
on Anderson's split T there ars
three boys who are about even.
Joe Godsey and Larry Eastman
both had some time on the re reserves
serves reserves last year) while Richie
Moore, new at Balboa this year,
claims experience in that posi position.
tion. position. Godsey and Eastman are
only sophomores while Moore is
a senior.. .- f
It will be about a week before
there is anything definite to
write on the situation in the
Bulldoe line. Right now it 15 a
dog eat dog affair, with just a a-bout
bout a-bout every position with the ex exception
ception exception of Fearon at a guard
wide open. With some 95 boys in
uniform striving for positions on
the team there is going to be a
terrific contest and head knock knocking
ing knocking before the varsity squad is
One device that the coaches
will use to help them select their
final squad will be the Red and
White gpme. This the annual
intrasquad battle that the Buil Builders
ders Builders plav under the lights at
Balboa Stadium. This
Indicates Balboa Hi
To Beat Again
game Is scheduled for Friday,
September 21, ;
Snnta Cruz Sncrts
By GILBERTO TIIOilNE
Sports fans thrilled to the re
activating of the Gamboa La
dies' Auxiliary Five-Footer Bas
ketball league last Wednesday.
Recent games Had Church
Square edeinif Parallel In five
thrilling quarters of play. Dust
Bowl wanted over tne Eagles 22 22-14.
14. 22-14. Mrs. William MUlett was un unable
able unable to attend these games and
was replaced by Mrs. Edith Mc
Farland whose leadership was
Inspiring.-- : .."'-,:-.
ARE YOU READY? The Civ Civ-lc
lc Civ-lc Council at Santa Cms will
introduce Governor Potter to
the general public at Gamboa
in October. Are you ready to
meet him? ';'"'
John Small, president of the
Gamboa Working Men's League,
invited the general public to tne
presentation of league trophies
to be held at Santa Cruz Gym
In addition to the presentation
ceremonie there will be a Five-
Footer basketball game in which
Parallel will vie with Gallutos for
their place In the coming seven
game series in which Malta Vi Vigor
gor Vigor will face reinforced quintets.
Santa Cruz's Girls volleyball
league will also open tonight
with all four warns seeing ac
tlon. .This league boasts many
feminine athleites of tremendous
popularity amon? which
number Evelyn Wilson,
Best and Dorothy Joseph. Delo-
rah Ramsey and Lorna Williams
will represent the newcomers
and young stars. ; ;
The presentation ceremonies
will consist of turning over of
several trophies to the teams
placing In the Softball campaign
held early this jrear. ;
The first place Dredging Divi Division
sion Division Shops teams will receive In Individual
dividual Individual trophies for every man
carried on the closing roster of
the, team. Second, .third and
fourth plac trophies will be
turned over to Survey, Aids
Navigation and Moroto (Exea (Exea-tlves
tlves (Exea-tlves Supply and i Services,
Schools) teams, respectively. All
players and managers are ex expected
pected expected to attend. Please be
there. George Miller (Survey),
Jose French (Moro&o)," Gilber Gilber-to
to Gilber-to James (Aids to Navigation)
and all of the Shops-players. The
general public is invited.
CAN YOU SPEAK? Governor
Potter will address the local
rate community at Gamboa in
October. He will also have
time for a short query during
which t'me he will answer any
and all questions put to him.
Can you speak to him?
Mrs.. Edith McFarlane is an another
other another of the tireless civic work workers
ers workers in our community. Presently
she is hoofinw it all over the
community inviting parents and
otner aauits to attend a short
conference during which Inter International
national International scouting as it relates to
the Canal Zone and particularly
Santa Cruz. The meeting will b
held at the Gym on Friday ait 7
p.m. She promises that It will
not last too long.
WILL YOU BE TnERE? Gov-
ernor Potterwill address the
To Go After
SYRACUSE, Sept; 13(UP)
Carmen Basilio, who last night
regained the world welterweight
championship by whl p p 1 n g
Johnny Saxton and who aspires
to wear the middleweight crown
too, said (today that his victory
was due to "better condition
and good boxing.", t
Carmen walloped Saxton de decisively
cisively decisively before winning by a
technicat knockout in the
ninth round, but he must first
vg ive Saxton a return match
before challenging Sugar nay
Robinson for the 160-pound ti title.
tle. title. For Carmen and his handlers.
last night's victory clrared up
once and for all the di.''itp Uiat
arose six months ago at Chicago
last March 14 when Saxton' won
the title on a questionable deci decision.1
sion.1 decision.1 .. ... ', 1,
"Last night I was In better
shape and fought intelligently,"
said carmen, who is the ninth
boxer (to regain the welterweight
crown. ... . -,
. Saxton will receive approx approximately
imately approximately $71,400 fron) the gate
receipts plus another ?75000
from radio and television. Ba Basilio
silio Basilio will get only about $35,-
Johnny,' who entered the ring
a 7-5 favorite,1 received such a
thorough whipping before suf
fering his second knockout of
his career, that only one round
was awarded him by each of the
tnree judges. --
ine one-siaea contest was
stopped at 1 minute 31 seconds
or the ninth round.
At A Glance
By UNITED PRESS
Teams : VI 1. Vet nh fil
Milujo,,!,.., 11 cs cm .IK
Rrnnlrl n KB EOI 1 IE
Cincinnati 81 58 J83 3 15
. Games remaining:
Milwaukee (15 At home (3)
Chicago, Sept. 21, 22, 23. Away
(12) Philadelphia, Sept. 13, 13,
14, 15; New York, Sept. 16, 17;
Pittsburgh, Sept. 18, 19; Cincin
nati, Sept. 25; St. Lows, Sept. 28,
Brooklyn (15) At home (11)
Chicago, Sept. 14, 15; Cincinnati
Se;;t. 16, 17; St. Lou 3s, Sept. 18,
19; Philadelphia, Sept. 25, 26;
Pittsburgh, Sept. 28, 29, 30. A-
way (4) Pittsburgh, Sept. 21, 22,
a, z... --.
Cincinnati (15) At home (5)
St. Louis, Sept. 21, 22, 23, 24; Mil Milwaukee,.
waukee,. Milwaukee,. Sept. 25. Away (10)
Pittsburgh, Sept 13, 15; Brook
lyn, Sept.-16, 17; FhiladeJph'a,
Sept. 18, 18, 19, 19; Chicago,
Sept. 29, 30.
Teams W L Pet Gb Gl
New York 89 50
Cleveland : 78 59
New J York (15)
(3). Boston. Sept. 28. 29, 30. A-
way (12), Boston, Sept. 21, 22,
23; Kansas City, Sept. 23: De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, Sept. 14, 15; Cleveland,
Sept.' 16, 16; Chicago, Sept. 18;
Baltimore, Sept. 24, 25, 26.
Cleveland (17) At home
(14), Baltimore, Sept. 13; Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, Sept. 14, 14, 15; New York,
Sept. 16, 16; Washington, hcpi.
18, 19; Kansas City, Sept. 23, 26;
Detroit, Sept; 28, 29, 30. Away
(3), Detroit, Sfpt. 21, 22, 23.
local rate commnn'ty at Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa in Octobtr. WILL YOU BE
St. Louis 69 68
Philadelphia 63 73
Pittsburgh . 61 79
New York ... 57 81
Chicago ... 55, 83
M!lwaukee at Phila. 2-Twi-N
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh' (N)
St. Louis at New York (N) ,.'
Only games scheduled.
':v -; t
Milwaukee 040 002 1108 12 1
Brooklyn. .310 000 300 7 13 1
Burdette, Conley, P h illips,
Buhl (17-8), Crone and Cran-
dall. i. ..
Newcombe, -Lablne, Bessent,
Craig (12-10), Drysdale, Lehman
Cincinnati 000 000 6000 S 0
New York 100 232 OOx 8 14 1
Nuxhall (11-10), Fowler, Law Lawrence,
rence, Lawrence, Acker, Meyer and Burgess,
Antonelli (16-13) and Sarni.
(Night Game) v ) ?
000 out! in a
000 000 000O
' Jones (9-13) and Landrith. ': ':-Law
Law ':-Law (7-15), Face, Pollet, Na Na-ranjo
ranjo Na-ranjo and Foiles.
Only games scheduled.'
, 2 0
. 0 2
000 001 020 3
100 000 000 1
iJ Harril and Rowboroi Lotenjuth
and Sawatiki, HR-J-Roteboro.
100 100 100 3
032 003 OOx 12
Firrelt. Oualter (2)." Poncr 3),
Snyder t7 and Holton, Niarhoi i (7);
Rand. LP Farrell. HR
NEW YORK. Sept. 13 (UP)
The Rochester Red Wings have
narrowed-the ean today tnas ae
parates them from repeating as
Cun chamnlons in
th international Leaeue play
offs. They clobbered four Miami
pitchers for 2U nits m a
romp last night in their semi semifinal
final semifinal set of the playoffs.
f The Wings now' have a com commanding
manding commanding two-game lead. Two
more wins will enable them to
move into the final set of the
playoffs against the winner of
the Montreal Toronto series
which is now knotted up, 1-1.
Montreal beat Toronto, 3-1. last
night. ; .-'
Steady nine-hit pitching by
"Cotton" Deal and tne superla
tive hittlne of Eddie Kasko
highlighted Rochester's win. The
veteran Deal, pitching for the
fifth time in the playoffs, notch notched
ed notched his seventh lifetime victory
as against. only one loss Kasko
had four straight singles and a
Lynn Lovenguth, Toronto's
24-ame winner and the pitcher
voted moit ready for. the majors
was locked in a 1-1 tie witn
Billy Harris of Montreal until
the. eighth inning. Then John
Roseboro, the Royals catcher,
parked his second homer of the
series over the right field fence.
Jamaica To Send
Five Top Athletes .
To Olympic Games
KINGSTON' Jamaica, Sept. 13
(UP).The Jamaica Olympic
Association yesterday announced
tne names oi live ;nipw?s wno
will represent the island in the
Olympic Games at Melbourne In
The five are: Keith Gardner.
Mai SDence. Mel Soence, Mel
Spence. George Kerr and Erne
Gardner, Kerr and the Spence
twins will defend Jamaica's 1952
H 17 ',4'
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New York .
v TODAI'S GAMES
New York at Kansas City
Baltimore at Cleveland
Boston at Chicago
r Washington at Detroit
New York 103 000 0004 5' 1
Kansas City 320 020 OOx 7 11 0
Sturdivant. (14-8), McDermott
and Silvera. 4
Harrington, Burnette (4-8)
(Night GameT : V
Baltimore 000 100 0001 7 I
Cleveland 000 011 OOx 2 5 1
Brown (9-5), Fornieles and
(17-9), Mossl and He-
Boston 201 000 0104 11 3
Chicago 000100 0001 5 1
Sull'van (13-7) and White.
Harshman (13-10), Kinder and
Washington 000 110 0002 11
Detroit 0010010013 7 0
Lopes, Pascual (6-16) and
Hoeft (18-12) and Lau.
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Milwaukee A3 It II Po A
Mantilla ss ...... 4 0 12 5
O'Connell 2b i..M ,5 0 1 2 2
Aaron rf ........ 5 0 3 3 0
Mathf ,vs 3b ..... 4 2 1 3 1
Aflccu k lb 4 3 2 8 0
Thomson If ...... 3 11. 4 0
Brulton cf ........ 41210
Crandall c 3 11 4 1
Burdette p ...... 0 0 0 0 0
Conley p 2 0 0 0 .0
Phillips p ....... 0 0 0 0 0
Buhl p .......... 0 0 0 0 1
b-Tanner 6 0 0 0 0
Crone p ......... 0 0 0 0 0
34 8 12 27 10
Gilliam 2b '. 5
Reese ss S
Snider cf ........ 4
Robinson 3b ...,.'4
Amoros If ........ 5
Furillo Tf 4
Hodges lb ....... 4
Campanella e 4
Newcombe p J 0
Craig p .
Drysdale p ....... 0
Lehman p o
39 7 13 27 12
a-Slngled for Bessent in 7th.
b-Batted for Buhl In 3th.
: c-Singled for Craig in 8th.
d-Ran for Jackson In 8th.
040 002 110-3
. 310 000 3007
SUMMARY Errors: O'Con.
nelL Furillo. RBI: Snider, Amo
ros 2, Furino: Thomson. Bruton
39, Conley, campanella, Adconk
2, Crandall, Reese, (Snider scor scored
ed scored on O'Connell's error In 7th).
Doubles: Snider, Malthews, Tri Triples:
ples: Triples: Amoros, Bruton.- HRs:
Campdnella, Adcock, Crandall.
Sacrifice: Conley. DOuble-plays;
Gilliam to Reese to Hod;.;es,
Buhl to Mantilla to 'Adcock. Left
on base: Braves 6, Dodgers 6.
Bases on balls: Newcombe 1, La-,
bine 1, Phillips 1, Craig 2, Drys Drysdale
dale Drysdale 1. S O.: Burdette 1, Labina
4, Conley 3, Bessent 1, Craig 1,
Lehman (. Hits off: Burdette 4
2-3, Conley 7-5 1-3, Phillips 0 1 1-3,
3, 1-3, Buhl .0 2-3, Crone 2-2, New Newcombe
combe Newcombe 3-1 (faced four batters In
2nd), Lablne 5-5 1-3, Bessent 0-2-3,
Craig 2-1, Drysdale 2 2-3,
Lehman 0 1-3. Runs and earned
runs: Burdette 3-3, Conley 3-3,
Phillips 1-0, Newcombe 4-4, La La-bine
bine La-bine 3-3, Craig 1-1. Hit by pitch:
Buhl hit Robinson. WP: Buhl
(17-8). LP: Craig (12-10).
record title at HcU
Haislry, who recently estab established
lished established a Caribbean record of sit
feet 8!4 inches, will compete la
the high jump.,
The quintet will leave Oct. 15,
accompanied by team maiif-M?
Herbert McKenlcy, conch J
(Yancey and assistant i i
if I r n ft
1 i :
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riOT EXACTLY IIIACT1V2
. m. L I S 1 I I III I III! It
I K VOLCANIC IN I
v ; x
laughed out of countenance. .or Nick s, If that wnere wwi
pened to be at the time. ; .-v
The Brooks were to repeat because lIeSSi
pitching would be substantial enough.
Mue?'' Wasn't that' the guy who was waived out of the
1--" iJS inn ason "d pckd up by the Cleveland Indians
...U:e guy Uiey. called The Barber?, ,;,
' None otheri And no one across the bridge needed or cared
to be reminded of him. Pitcmns for the Grants, he Md to
murder the Bums with stifim ffi. b
enough to put him at the top of their hate list .
Maglle, however, had other clainn on the deep diluted
malignity of Brooklyn fans. He was an arid head hunter and
hat brush-back pitch (or bean ball, as the P" heato
fpitefully termed it) had the Dodien ipendlnf .touch time in
the 'flirts ;.. 'Cl. l : 7. r
If the league Rave prizes for clean hits the way the con concessionaire,
cessionaire, concessionaire, af coney. Palisades and most amusement, rrks
rio Maelle would have ended each season with more Teddy
bearrmama dolls and bamboo canes than three moving vans
could hold. -(
. SINISTER CHARACTER
'Maglie had atm other glfU for arousW the beast in the
natbTsn faithful. He cheated with the iUegal spit ball. At
K that's what the Brooks claimed. sweaty hement
complaint would be made. His umpship v1!
call for the ball, scrupulously examine it for incriminating
traces of moisture, throw it back in, and play would resume .
the Barber, saturnine, naunt, sinister Oie looks somewhat Uke
a mall order, stock company heavy) would roll back his lips
and cackle vcnemously. There was nothing transitory about
the hatred he inspired.
'What 'then; could be more preposterous than, to find, as
the dramatic three-horse pennant race turns into- the
stretch, that thta aame gent, casual June gamble, Is being
lionized from one end of the borough tc the other Less than
a year ago, an unmannerly civet cat would have been more
welcome; today Maglie Is hailed as the man who seized the
Bum by the seat of his pants Just as he was about to topple
to his unequivocal doom.
"The Iruth Is, fae'a the only reason we atlll got a chance,"
Walter Alston, the manager, frankly admits.
The -year-old Maglie.. who-doesn't care whose house ho
haunts as long as the prke Is tight. ..has beaten every club In j
the league at least once and has a gleaming 1.91 ERA for his
last 19 trips to the post. : I
Boos from the stands almost blew Alston out of Ebbets
Field the other night when, with two out In the ninth and the 4
tieing run on against the Pirates Le lifted Maglie.
ThU was an expression of sentiment They wanted to see
him go all the way. They lova the bum. How were they to
know he had a heart of gold ill along?
- QUICK CHANGE ARTISTS
To Joe Smith, average American dope, taught from Infancy
that the Giants-Dodgers enmity is sport's most classic example
ef unbridled partisanship, the Brooklyn fans' emotional out outburst,
burst, outburst, must sn.ack of heresy, treason, brain fever, or ail three.
Actually, this condition has never extended to the players...
certainly not to the extent that they would ever permit their
feelings to obtrude upon their business acumen. Maglie Is no
isolated case. Frank O'Doul and Freddie Fltzsimmons changed
their loyalties with no more concern than If they were night
shirts. And the flagrant Du.wher switch practically wrecked
the legend. -
' -' : i
And yet the fans still go for it with undiminished passion.
For the Giant box office, this Is fortunate. This year, as In
the past several, the vigorously murtured feud (11 games at
me roio urounas, n at Kboets Field) will account for about
43 percent of their turnside take.
The bitterness between the two club owners la so fierce
they run one another all the way to the bank,
By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National League
QUESTION: The batter grounds
to the shortstop, puts his head
down and runs to first base. The
shortstoo misses the ball and It
bounds into left center field. Cross
ing first base, the batter is advis
ed of this fact by the coach l
and makes a turn toward second,
after having gone several steps up
the right field line. He then goes
back to first base. Can the field fielding
ing fielding team throw to first base anl
tag him out? Or did the fact that
the runner Was so far up the lime
nullify his move toward second
base? Malcolm Goldenbcrg.
Aiu(r: Cnct th runner
mtk a move toward tccend
bat, tlirt i a pliy on him at
first. Tha ft that he was up
the right field lino after reach reaching
ing reaching first bate does not enter in into
to into the situation once he definite definitely
ly definitely turns for second.'
ft fti' Im itai
01 Los!: C:!;::.3r
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 13
(VP) Mickey Mantle, who
started the month with a
chance to break Babe Roth's
home run record, Is in serious
danger today of Jailing to win
two other honors he seemed to
have clinched. v
Once seemingly a cinch for
the battinr t'tle. Mantle now
leads Ted Williams by only
three points .352 to .349 and
he leads Al Kaline of the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers In runs batted In
by only two 118 to 116. Wil Williams
liams Williams has 16 games left in
which to get 53 official at bats
and be eligible for the t'tle.
Mantle meanwhile, has yet
to hit a homer this month and
now needs 14 In IS games to
set a new mark a virtually
impossible position. He failed
to make a hit in three tries
last night as the Yankees lost
to the Athletics.
By DUFFY DAUGHERTY
Michigan Steto Coach
EAST LANSING, Mich. (NEA)
Maybe it isn't cricket to start
talking about your own team, but
you might say I'm more qualified
to discuss Michigan State than any
of my venerable opponents in the
We believe the Spartans are so-l
kit to m in rignt. we nave the
problem of filling in a couple of
line spots vacated by tackle Norm
Masters and guard Buck Nystrora
You can't lose an all America
quarterback like Earl M o r r a U
without feeling a twinge,
But Clarence Peaks and Walt
Kowalczyk are the best pair of
halfbacks. I've ever seen on one
college team. Pat Wilson had in
dicated be can take over the sig
nal-calling, and I like the looks of
linemen such as guard Dan Carrie
and John Matsko, center and cap
If a only when I look at the per!
sonnet of teams such as Ohio!
State, Michigan, Illinois in fact,
almost any team in our confer conferencethat
encethat conferencethat I shake my head.
Ohio State, with two titles in a
TCU's Swink Would Like
To Play Big Ten Toughie
By HARRY GRAYSON
Swiak, everybody's All-America,
says that richt now he has no in-
FORT WORTH. Tex. (NIA) tention of playing professionally.
A new tier seating 9,000 is beinglWhat, then, is his ambition in
rushed to completion on the west football? A schedule which com
prises Kansas.. Arkansas, Aiaba
ma, Texas A. and M., Miami of
Florida, Baylor, Texas Tech, Tex Texas,
as, Texas, Sice and Southern Methodist
is not enough.
and shady side of TCU Stadium,
selling the capacity to 6,ooo.
"The tier that Jim Swink built.1
remarked someone to L. ft. Mey
"I Swink so." replied Dutch
Meyer, who is now the athletic t-l
. i f
recior aiier naving coacaca
as Christian for 19 years.
"Swink is the greatest running
back I've ever seen, better on the
ground than even Doak Walker,"
added Meyer, who has been asso associated
ciated associated with the Horned Frogs'
athletic program since 1918.
Texas Christian was leading Bay-
lor by no more than 14-6 early
last November when the Froggies
had the ball on their own one-yard
line with third down and 28 to
"I'd like to play against one of
those Big Ten teams," says Jim
Swink. 7,They tell me they're
nn' nn ht wv Thm iill?il PUnt
one on the war. The
guard, Jim Parker, all 255 pounds
oi turn, is as big and strong as
they come. Frank. Elwood gave
them inspiring leadership at quar
terback a year ago and is backed
by a sophomore, Frank Krembals,
it would pay to keep, in mind. ,-
Probably the most overlooked
team right now is Michigan, be because
cause because of the way the Wolverines
lost their final two games last sea
son. Yet from that fine squad
there were very few losses, and!
the talk of shifting Son Kramer
from end to the backfield has vir
Speed Is busting out all oven a
Illinois, led by halfback Bob Mi
cheli. The Illini are greatly im
proved, with a veteran line bol
stered by some impressive sophp
mores, ana tiarry jeiierson and
Ray Nitschke to hem Mitchell
with the ground attack. -
There's a lot of anticipation In
connection with the debut of Bob
by cox at Minnesota. He's th
'tlrti al tao
fv tinv ea i v j yu uuiiif us iicav i
asked Quarterback Chuck Curtis.
"Coach sent me in with instrue
tions to kick." said Taylor.
"Coach didn't say when,' did
he?" inquired Curtis. .
"No, he didn't," said Taylor.
"Then we'll run a play first,'
So, on a quick opener, Swink
picked up an even faster 31 yards.
tuuoack vera Haiibeck went up
the middle on the next play, and
then Swink was shaken loose for
57 yards and the touchdown tha
broke the game wide open.
SWINK, THE MOST EXCITING
of college -football players,', is
handsome, six-foot one-inch. 184-
pound, 20-year-old pre-med senior
out of Kusk, a farm,' timber and
small industry town in the oil
country of southeast Texas.
"If there were 7,000 people In
Rusk," beams Hoss Swink, as his
teammates call him, "the place
really would be jammed."
Giving you a rougn idea of just
transfer from Washington who saf i0f m"ch Miitem?t! '21,UDug
out iu and comes with a repu
tation as a fine "long passer and
imaginative signal cauer. .me
Gophers have an outstanding tac
tic, joou xiooen.
Iowa is somewhat nf i mv.ltrv
because Forest Evashevski is ro-
mored to be chaneins svitemi.
The multiple offense, I under-
siana, wui oe converted to more
single wing stuff, with the quar
terback as a blocker. The Hawk-
eyes look not as big, but faster.
My personal choice for the dark
horse team would be Purdue, with!
its great passing battery of quar-j
reruacK Len Dawson to ends La
mar Lundy and Bob Khoenle. If
new coach Jack Mollenkopf digs
up some running oacKs. look out.
Like MollenkooL Mlt Bruhn U
also new to the head man's job at
Wisconsin. Both of them handled
the forward walls at their schools,
and I don't mind telling you I'm
partial to line coaches. I was one
myself. Bruhn starts with a vig-j
orous nacK in rat Levennagen.
At Indiana, auarterback Cti
Cichowski leads a veteran back-j
field, and the line is anchored a
round 255-pound center Joe Am
Stutz, -i:.J. .. ira-'f-.i-.,-'..
t, It's difficult to assess North
western because Ara Parseehian
is bringing in a 'completely new
regime irom Miami of Ohio, and
changes have a way of giving a
squad a lift.
There s another, school in our
sector, name of Notre Dame. We
play the Irish Oct. 20.
The best I can tell yon about
them is that Paul Hornum was
the best opposing Quarterback we
saw in 1955. .: ...
NEXT: Jim Tahim of North
Carolina looks at the Atlantic
Swink stirs up. five of his 20 touch
down runs last autumn were for
more than 50 yards, nine for more
than 30. m'ussH
Swink is precisely -what the foot football
ball football writer and press agent of 20
years ago meant by a swivel-hip
ped halfback. He' is sot too fast
... 10.5 for the 100 ,.i nut a mo
vie of the runs he has made since
he was a sophomore shows that
he has to be tackled squarely in
the middle to be brought dowa
The best defensive players at
tempting to tackle him at an an
gle haven t a Chinaman s chance.
The Rusk Rambler Just spins
and keTS on going. He could re
verse his field on a subway token
has perfect, balance and the quick
pick-up of a quarter horse. No
back ever tot more but of his
blockers. And he hits straight a-
way with the force of Bronko Na Na-gursik.
gursik. Na-gursik. SWINK, WHO FIRST attracted
TCU attention as a basketball
player, is not only the F o r t h
Worth institution's athletic hero,
but also its most popular student.
The student body last year elect elected
ed elected him Mr, TCU. His B average
placed him on the National Scho Scho-latic
latic Scho-latic team, L
"If you say anything about
that," siid Swink, "please add
that Johnny Nikkei made six.A's
as a geology major last semester
to be selected to the All-America
academic team." ---
Nikkei is a six-foot four inch,
220-pound .blocking and pass pass-snatching
snatching pass-snatching nd." '".'
Swink switched from geology to
medicine, intends to become a
doctor. He stresses how fortunate
he was to have been brought up
by wonderful foster parents, Mr.
and Mrs. O. B. Walker, with whom
he still lives in Rusk. Walker Is in
the insurance business.
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Money Offer Made
- At Panama Meeting
WASHINGTON. Sept, .13 -4UP)
- V.no-rnsll has Officially COD
firmed to the organization of
: America States (OAS) theffer
made by President. Marcos Perez
Jimenez at Panama in July to con contribute
tribute contribute up, to 100,000,000 bohvares
$30,000,000. to a fund for the econo-
rnic development of America.
. Tho formal offer was made in
a -note by Foreign .Ministers Jose
Loreto Arismendo which Nelson
Himiob, interim representative of
VonPHiela on. .the .OAS council,.
delivered to 0A3 secretary gene-
ral Jose A. mora m 1CU1W'
the Panamerican Union. -.
.. ik.air rusjr Gonzalez.
Venezuelan envoy Vo the United
States, who attenaea jne cwiuuoj,
vu tho nmnosal would be submit
dveaau tr i
ted for the consideration of the spe special
cial special presidential committee that
is scheduled to convene here next
Monday to study ways to strength
en the economic,, social uu
..i .uoinnmcnf nf the Americas.
dential committee will
Wet as a result of a suggestion
made by President Elsenhower
on the same forum from which
Perez Jimenez made his offer:
The Salon Bolivar in Panama when
. 4h American Presidents signed
km nciaration of. Panama" at
th. onnplusion of their historic
n.x,tina IsCl JlllV 22. I
a mhassarior- Alberto Sepulveda
Contreras of Chile,, acting Presi Presi-'
' Presi-' Went of the OAS council in brief
comments at the ceremony wel wel-come
come wel-come the Venezuelan action which
he described as "iNODie jr ni,
u iri the council would study
onoortunely the most effective
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zuelan Venezuelan President.
Venezuelans at the 3.75 percent percentage
age percentage of their budgets was too high,
Venezuela would be willing to -ac
cept a smaller perventage figure
and revise its offer accordingly.
They pointed out that the 3.75 per percentage
centage percentage was a maximum sug suggestion.
gestion. suggestion. "Thev explained also that the Idea
was not to make annual contribu contributions
tions contributions in the proposed amounts, but
a single donation payable, however
in- ther annual installments, as
the minister s note said.
l!e7 Trccd Storm
Boils 6C3 Miles:
Oil Florida Coast
MIAMI, Sept, 13 M UP ) A
new tropical strom with winds
just short of hurricane' force boil boiled
ed boiled through the Atlantic 600 miles
off the North Florida coast today
on a course carrying it away from
the U. S. mamland. i e x :
Km hurrlmtip hunter nlanes
which reconnoitered Ethel during
the night clocked the highest gusts
at 70 miles per nour near tne cen center,
ter, center, five miles below full hurricane
force.' ;,:... -'.-v '..:v':.':-
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PANAMA, R. 1 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 19S6
To Combat Ad mi
SHAPE OF THINGS TO COMET These gentlemen of the
Engineer Section, Fort Clayton, model Bermuda shorty the
new summer "uniform." While the Army has already adopt-
ed Bermuda shorts as standard summer dress, eivilian em employes
ployes employes were still working in hot "longies." civilians in the
Engineer Section at Fort Clayton were the Ilrst employes on
Isthmian, Army posts to switch to' shorts. The conversion
seeems to meet with the approval of (left to right) 8. J. Stacy, ;
staff member; Maj. J. J. Slager, assistant executive officer;
and Russell S. Johns,, management Improvement officers.
(U.S. Army Photol.
Three Boys Calmly Admit
Plotting To Kill Parents'
' Forecaster Walter Davis at the
weather bureau's hurricane cen center
ter center In Miami said "so far there has
heen tin sien of anv further devel
opment into a full blown hurrl-i
cane." -':o-: rv:-;
f anv time "8 NORWALK, Calif. Sept.-13 guire. The sons said they took their i
GentZ'Sarther: notth a'-.J?! broken do rWom'jid
.,. ....u Kio snsc thu 1pm "u,u seven iu au coib jrraici.uaj) ciosei,. IsseinD ed It 38 he hart
wittSfSSe2 calmly told authorities W they taught them and then'used U crt-
LIlttULC . nr.iiaA in till hoir narptlt Bill AIU hi k. !.... Ljj ..
"icjr uau Bioien irom ine
neighbor's garage to load the wea-j
Spurred By Ike
GETTYSBURG, Pa., Sept. 13 of a grin." said the owner of the
(UPj President Jbisenhower put famous Eisenhower smile. ."'Pessi-
the spurs to his own party today
to combat admitted GOP. "apathy"
in the 1956 campaign.
micm'flAVikr nmn hcftl
......... v. m un,u.
He told GOP leaders that all Re
publicans, independents and "dis-
From the president m down cerning" Democrats' 4,must be
strengtn. - Jlv succeeded in shootine to death
;. iL..... .n their father,. Thomas W. Parker,
' f.i.1 .u. -.iu tk itnm as ne siepi. :
, nnoxiiiivitv",- .- '.i .. . i j i vun u jiwlupj, vi jiiciiaru men crent into the hn.
year-old Richard Farter admitted room where their father who1
to authorites be was the cne who worked nights, was asleep andJ
actuaUy pulled the trigger sending! .-cording to their story to depul
fliA fatal oht Inirt hie fathi Rnti V i T
r.t Ian? merchant ship in. exercise caution.
the world to be propelled sblely
by a gas turbine began sea trials
along the United States Atlantic
coast Tuesday U.S. officials an announced.
nounced. announced. '
The trials are bemg held for
three days off the Virginia Capes,
some 300 miles south of here, with
, nffiMaU attendins. The announce-
..lMiit was made by thefUnited
officials said that the vessels is
K nown as the GTS John Sergeant
and is a converted liberty s h i p
built in 1942 during World War
IT Its old freciDrocatiM! steam en-
. cines have been replaced by an 0-
pen cycle gas turbine and the con conventional
ventional conventional Drooeller replaced by a
, controllable pitch propeller. A
speed of 17 knots ia expected.. The
ship was originally of 10,800 tons
but a new bow 25 feet longer has
.been added, bringing, the new ton ton-naff
naff ton-naff to 11.300. ; b
Officials said this vessel Is one
of several the United States is us-
' ing in experiments to decide on
the possibilities of motorizing such
vessels for emergency use, to test
the practical usefulness of n e w
l J I II! J
- propulsion ana cargo nanaung a
vices for adaptation to other ves
sels. The United States has many
. surplus vessels of wartime con-
through the ranks of Republican
state leaders, the cry from Gettys Gettysburg
burg Gettysburg was, "get 'em registered,
then get 'em to vote Republican."
The President personally sound sounded
ed sounded a call for an end to GOP con
olacencv yesterday in a speech o-
pening his reelection camapign at
a picnic rally on ms own tarm
Republican professionals from
every state crowded a big tent on
Mr.. Eisenhower's east pasture to
listen to an afternoon of party pep
talks and picnic with Mr; and Mrs.
Eisenhower on fried chicken,
roast beef, ham and potato salad.
. Mr, .Eisenhower' central
thtme was: ."gar out the vote.!'
Calling for a record registrar
lien, he said "it would be tra tragic"
gic" tragic" if the Republicans whip up
the public' zeal by election day
only to find 4hat "half of the
people couldn't vote."
"Let s insist that everybody reg registers,"
isters," registers," he said, pounding the flag-
decked dais. "A voter without a
ballot is like a soldier without a
The President also, advised the
more than 500 GOP leaders that
"with all the other .ammunition
you have you can get to the vot voters
ers voters with a erin on your face."
"Don't underestimate the value
persuaded to vote Republican" in
He also urged every Republican
to call 10 of his friends to urge
them to register, "working for a
chain reaction, that will fill the
poll books with the names or ear
Hammering at the theme he laid, questions:
down in his speech accepting a
second term nomination, Air. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower said: :
v ''Writ off ne county, ne state
as hoptltst, for victory i the
production of a nation -wida ef effort.
fort. effort. Wa must ever, be aware
that wa btlong t a great party
at werk from Main t Tax,
from Puget Sound t the Florida
Turning to political "tactics."
the President told party workers
to search for answers to these
Fcr $en:l3 Seal
ATLANTA, Sept. 13 (UP) -Herman
Talmadae won a Democratic
nomination to the U.S. Senate to to-j
j to-j .;ik j.in.i vnt hit fath-
er, Old uene: wouia nave en-
Young Talmadge, .former two-
term governor ana crowo-swayer
claimed the victory as a 'man
date showing the nation that ueor-
gia will fight for scnooi segrega segregation."
tion." segregation." He scored over an old poli
tical rival, M. C Thompson, in a
t. i r x a -1 ,!:. o
oiu lor uie seal ui icimiig ana.
Walter F. George.
' Returns from 1,134 of the State's
1,854 precincts K3a v e Talmadge
330,999 popular votes and 350 indi indicated
cated indicated county unit votes to 81,282
popular votes for Thompson. A to total
tal total of 206 units was needed to win
the nomination, which in turn as
sures election in Democratic Geor
gia. Since Thompson was not lead
ing in any county he had no unit
the fatal shot Into his father. Buti ties, he placed the gun aeainst his
th nt.hi.p turn brothers. Tommv. 101 f.h.'. 7Za ."a ". ..J 8?,lnsVnis
nA RnKhv Q eni1 thev nan nlan.t 1
nea tne siayings togemer.
"We said we would kill Dad andl
Mom. too" Richard told deputy
sheriffs." "We said we would kill
Dad first. Tommy picked me to do1
Fcr 22 Yeas
The youngsters told Sheriff's!
Wt. Al F.tzpl that thou
ing at a front window for t h i r ttMAi till $
mnthor In roturn hot rh. IJ T I t k 1 1 1- .1 I I .' i I .1
the shooting. J said okay 1 went! ine
into the bedroom where Dad was
asleep on the bed and shot him
with the;.22 rifle."
Mrs. Bettv Parker. 28. mother
of two younger children lsb and! cjousnesg
expecting a bixlu ranu, euicicu
the house yesterday afternoon and
found her husband dead, ine tnree
bovs said that her hyst e r i c a 1
screams so unnerved them that
they abandoned their plan to shoot
Asked why they wanted to shoot
their parents, the boys told offi officers
cers officers they had been confined to their
room as punishment for breaking
into neighbor's garage and de decided
cided decided to kill their father and moth mother
er mother "so we could take over the
house and run it the way we want-
The lather nad taught his sons
how to use and assemble firearms
because of his love for hunting!
which he wanted als boys to ac
went to the bedroom where sh
found her husband ; dying. Her
screams unnerved the youngsters.
ranter mea without regalnuig cos-
'The three bovs were taken" to!
Juvenile Hall in Los Angeles to a a-wait
wait a-wait a hearing. Mrs. Parker col
lapsed and was placed under
Prices: .75, .40
n mi mil hi m"B 'i " n n -1 i
1 -V SWA"-'-
v v :
Failure to keep the emergency
exit on his bus free for use of the
passengers resulted in a $10 fine
in Balboa Magistrate s Court yes
ter for Ernest Cerezo, 39, Panama
Foster Muller. 45. American.
was fined $5 for overparking on
Driving the wrone wav on Min-
di street brought a $5 ; fine for
Luis Alonso Martinez, 42, Salvado
Fines $10 each for tresnassine in
the commissary were Eugene
ureen, 46, Panamanian, -and ; Ro
lando Oscar Urimaldo, 22, Pana
PATERSON. N. J., Sept. 13 (UP
V- A Pdmoton Lakes woman, set
ting what she said was a fair price
for her services as a housewife
and volunteer bookkeeper during
22 years of married life, sued her
former husband' yesterday for a
total of SU4.813.
Katherine Mary Gerber field her
suit in superior court against Je
rome C. Gale, West Milford.
Miss Gerber said she married
Gale in 1932 in Queens, N. Y., but
had the marriage annulled in 1955
when she discovered he had been
married to another- woman from
1922 to 1948, when he obtained a
secret divorce. .
Miss Gerber charged she had
been "induced to assume a wife's
capacity through fraudulent ), rep
mentations" that Gal e was
single. She demanded he pay her
for her services during the- years
they supposedly were married.
She said she -figured her serv
ices as a housewife at $70 weekly
for 1,144. weeks worth $79,870. She
asked another $15,600, at $75
weekly, for her bookkeeping sfirv
ices "as a good wile" in Cue's
used-car business from 1946 to 19-
She also asked return of $19,343
of her own money used by Gale to
enter the automobile business,
making a grand total of $114,813.
. i . .;
: BABY TALK Princess Grace and Prince Rainier of Monaco
hold a shipboard news conference sitter their arrival in New
York aboard the liner SS United States for a six-week Amer Amer--
- Amer-- lean visit. Tha baby they expect early in February was their
' favorite topic at discusslo. -
"How can I reach the last man.
the last woman living in my block,
my apartment house, my village
or township? How can I reach
him and her and convince them?"
The President s farm underwent
big changes for the big outdoor
rally designed to drive away any
GOP compacency .left after the
Democrats scored their big elec election
tion election victory in Maine.
Three tents were pitched about
100 yards east of the farmhouse.
The sides of the tents were 'miioi
up to let the air circulate. And
pharos were hung on the poles
of the mam speaking tent to re remind
mind remind party leaders of ther cam campaign
paign campaign jobs, x ,
; Among the signs were o m
aywg, "if he's not registered, he
am t got equal rights.? "Most first
voters will vote for Ike and Dick"
and "Register and give Ike a GOP
A cook' tent "contained 14 hot
plates and a big coffee warmer.
From it the guests were served
fried chicken, home baked beans,
cold roast beef, baked ham,
cheese potato salad,, coleslaw, to to-matoes,
matoes, to-matoes, eggs, coffee, and "GOP
ice cream and cake."
VICTORIOUS DEMOCRAT. Democratic Gov. rimurd s.
Muskie (left), the second Lunuerat to be re-elecUU in Wine
since- the Civil War, and Frank M. Coffin, the first Democrat
, to be elected to Congress by the state since 1334, show their
. joy in Augusta after hearing the election results. .-
Adlai Gets Optimistic Report
On Chances To Carry NY, Pehn.
NEW YORK, Sept. -13, (UP) Maine did Monday In the Maine
Adlai E. Stevenson received opti- election, Democratic Gov Ed Ed-mistic
mistic Ed-mistic reports yesterday on Demo- mand S. Muskie was reelected by
cratic chances of carrying the a top-heavy margin.
The neoDle have seen what it Is
like to have a Republican party 'in
Washineton." Harriman a l .a
"Thev had their chance and now
they want the Democrats Dacs.
Joseoh Clark, candidate tor sen
ator in Pennsylvania, said rural
November election New York
and Pennsylvania. -
- Party leaders, gave the ', presi
dential nominee assurances at a
regional meeting that he h as a
good chance of winning in (lie two
statesT which carry a combined.
prize of. 77 electoral votes.. ,
Stevenson head reports from
silt states and the District or Co
lumbia before his departure late
last night for; llarnsburg, Pa. He
will deliver his official campaign
kirkoff" aoeech there over a na
tional television hookup tonight
New York Gov. Averell Harri Harriman
man Harriman said that hit state's 45 e e-lectoral
lectoral e-lectoral votes will be cast far
Muskie cut Ike's coattaiU off
day before yesterday," Clark
Privately, Democrat admit
they face a tough fight, in New
York. But they claim to regard
the Pennsylvania situation as e
tremely favorable this year.
, Optimistie reports also came
rrom Delaware, Maryland, West
Virginia, New Jersey and District
oi voiumuia. Democrats- who at
tended the' meeting, though in
some case the victory, predictions
nai quautications. .
tcslher Or r:ot
This waatfttr rtaait. for tka 24
houit tndinj I a.m. today, is pre-,
pared ay th Mrtaeralogical
Hydrographic Irancli ef tha I'
mt Canal Company:
This was the last in a series of
eight "pre campaign" huddles
which Stevenson and his running
mate, Sen. Estes Kefauver, have
held across the country in' the
past two weeks.
- Party leaders' here stressed the
same issues thev have elseivh
falling farm prices, the rising cost
of living, the "big business" as
pects "of the Eisenhower adminis
tration, and others.
New Jersey Slate Chairman
George E. Runner said that na
IW. ..'tionally he felt Undent FJsen-
ucniui w uuc oi uie prin principal
cipal principal Issues.""!:' ',".":":.'."'' '''.'
Stevenson; told the meet ine he
was "less .surprised" by the
Maine victory than others were,
because of what he had learned
in these regional meetings, and
because of "the change evidence"
the 1954 congressional elections.
Girls 14, Ooys II
Fourteen, girls and eleven bovs
were born at Gorcas llosmlal dur
ing tne wees ending at midnight. -Wednesday,
according to the reg regular
ular regular hospital report. During the
same period, 216 patients were ad-
nwnea and zus were discharged.
ine names and addressed of the
parents of the girl babies follow:
Air. and. Mrs. J. A. Sobers nes,' of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. H.
E. Semons, of Panama City; Mr.
and Mrs. F, J. Gonzalez, of Fort
Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. R A. Tin-
kus, of Balboa; Sgt. and Mrs. J.
1. Keenan, of Los Rios;
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Whittincton
ui ijh jducb; w. ana aars. u. n.
Boostrom', of Gamboa; SFC and
Mrs. C. R. Steickelman, of Fort
Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Hayevof Ancon; Mrs. and Mrs.
K, A. bangle, of Balboa;
-Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thomson,
of Los Rios; 1st Lt. and Mrs. J.
R. Gayhart, of Fort'Kobbe; Mr.
nu mr. ti. il. George, oi rana--ma
City; and SFC and Mrs. S. A.
Branicki, of Fort Kobbe.,
Boys sfere born to the follow following:
ing: following: Mr." and Mrs. Richard Grey,
oi ranama uiy; Mr. and Mrs.
K. C.Leon, of Panama; Set and
Mrs. P. Garriga, of Panama; Mr.
and Mrs. M. De K. Kelley, of Co-
coli; '':'..;: y o '.,-..!. . i
S-Sgt. and Mrs. P. G. Gee. of.
Alhrook; Sgt. and Mrs. V. J. Lew Lewis,
is, Lewis, of Panama; SP-2 and Mrs. D.
C. Sandstrom, of Panama: S SkL
and Mrs: A. R. L. Booker, of La-cona;
1st Lt. and Mrs. J. L. Jackson.
of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. A.
Martinez of Panama; and S Sgt.
and Mrs. David Hsssenmiller, of
(max. oiph )
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
SI J NWI2
11:23 a m.
f J7 p.m.
Rafts In Japan Sea
Believed to be From
US Weather Plane
TOKYO, Sept 13 (UP). The
Japanese Coast Guard said yes
teroay it has found five or six
empty ; life-rafts believed to be
from a U.S. 3-50 weather plane
wnicn disappeared with 16 men
while tracking- typhoon Emma
Theoast Guard station at Shi
mane prefecture said the rat ts
were found in the Japan Sea last
night. Their position was 125 miles
east of North Korea and 160 miles
U.S. aircraft and Japanese sur surface
face surface vessels continued to search
today for survivors of wreckage.
52iwin To Dwniiikff
L Z Tc:.:;:.l
"H.RRISBURO. PaH Sept. 15
(UP Adlai E. Stevenson work worked
ed worked on .liia campaign "klckof t"
speech today and hia running
mate, Sen. Estes Kefauver, de denounced
nounced denounced Republican "get poor
quick" farm policies.
Stevenson delivers a 30-mm
ute talk over all three national
television networks and four ra radio
dio radio networks at 9:30 p.m. to sig signal
nal signal the formal start of his Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic presidential campaign.
.Between 5000 and 10.000 per persons
sons persons ate expected to pay $50 a
plate at a cold buffet dinner to
hear Stevenson's speech in the
farm show building here.
Press secretary Clayton Fritch Fritch-ey
ey Fritch-ey declined to comment on the
topic of the speech but said it
will "develop one of the impor important
tant important themes of this campaign."
Stevenson arrived by plane
from New York early today and
went to the mansion of Demo
cratic. Gov. George M. Leader to
spend the night.
An aide said Stevenson woulrl
devote almost all of his time at
the mansion today to whipping
the speech Into final form, fol following
lowing following his custom of rewritui?
it almost up to the moment of
Campaign manager James A.
Fmnegan- said the Democrat
will pay $200,000 for the radio
and television time for this s..; s..;-gle
gle s..;-gle "saturation" broadcaiX