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- - vv- i :" PANAMA. R. P- THURSDAY. JULY 26, 1950 v -. ' .- IW1C"1'
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In An tndwvor to incrM th iffectiventst of Civic
Councils and timu!att widtr public intortst In thuir work.
Gov. Potter has iwzsprted that tho' monthly rhirt rhirt-ileeva
ileeva rhirt-ileeva conferences" b held on the order of town meeting;s
with the public invited and to be held alternately on ine
Atlantic and Pacific Sides.
t ..ni to increase tne
effectiveness of Civic Councils snd
stimulate wider public toterest in
their work, Gov. W. E. Potter has
suggested that tne monuuy u u-sleeve
sleeve u-sleeve conferences" be held on
!he order of town meetings wwn
the public invited and to be held
alternately on the Atlantic snd Pa
cific Sides, t:hXrcC.rv;X-i
lm. nArnnr' kiieMstlOn '." WSS
made at his first monthly confer conference
ence conference with Civic Council represents
tives from the United. States com
munities of the Canal zone, h ma
I with a warm response from me
representatives and plans will be.
made to noia uie ui aum
meeting in August with mdividusl
residents being given n opportu-
nitv to speaK..on questions www
Gov. Potter rsiteratta nis tw twain,
ain, twain, xprt4 t Civic Ctoneil
kadr f the tatinmsrlean
cemmunHies earlier thia weak, te
fc.' -'sr the eHtctivenets ef, the,
"Y"U have a real duty to per-
," he told the group, rana v.
1 1 j lolc to you as the elect elect-I
I elect-I tives of your towns.'
general public has
vr.'" in t'ine
.uie to to. aiy to o o-,ui
,ui o-,ui policies, be costimied, the
uMe haa a rijilit to know about
e things affecting the general
"I want you to pass this Iniorma Iniorma-'on
'on Iniorma-'on along to your communities- I
hall never sit. here as the man
Wishing out the mony and assum assum-ng
ng assum-ng the attitude that that's what
ts going to be regardless''., he
leclared. I want the benefit of
your advice. There is always some
sound reason back of what must
be done and f-hope to get the peo people,
ple, people, of the Canal Zone to know
"what those reasons are so they
will understand why-something has
4.. Via Annm - V
Attendmg'the weanesoay meet
ing with Poter was Public In
formation uracer wiuiara a. Arey,
. 1 .M.M MM
tne civic councu uaisun iu.
the Governor's Staff,
it! ..tin tn.iwnir conference
between the Governor and Civic
Council representatives was spare
mA nth item, nf much ceneral em
ploye and public interest Among
the items mscussea: ,
I. The proposal t aoopi a smgie
2. Announcement of increased pos
- 3. TM Deginmnx vi muhid ui
id. Annn rnmmiil-
sary parkihr Gtxiu Hosp
4 Approval of piaygrouno area
1- h. ili'iohhntsl' ara :-
5. Approval of the installation of
nagpoies in ia ihb, -.
Diablo Heignts. in conaecwon wiui
tt.:. imHm ii0rtri thit the civic
councUs arrange to have school
children take charge oi meoauy
flag raising end. lowering. a
i..n.i r,t TviiTffrouTifl near
the former Margarita Hospital
which had been requested in pe-
(Centlnoed en Page I, CeL l
ON Trt. BOTTOM TODAY off Nantucket it the $29,000,000 Italian luxury liner Andrea Doria, She collided last
' night with he' Swedish passenger ship. Stockholm. Both vessels have brought Caribbean cruise passengers to :
: 4Ua leliMiiei- in k. i.Mw vmn. Thi Andres Doria. commissioned ear I v in 1953 berthed "at Cristobal in
the Isthmus .in the last tew years, i n Anarea uona, commissioneu, enuj m iwj, uri.u i viiwi m-x
December of that year.. The stocKnoim put jn tasx nov, ou w oecome vn yiun .u.i loun.i iip wi m- wmwi:,,
season, mnuiivi uiw vat.. . .
EFFORTS TO DROP C.Z: FROM $1 MINIMUM
FACED WITH STIH-: HUUbt UPHUbl I IUN
Jr.. who henceforth is to serve as erncon
Moj. Ccn. Horrold
In ri'-rf r."o On
"Mal Gen Thomas L. Harrold,
Commanding General USACAR USACAR-IB,
IB, USACAR-IB, left yesterday for a for alay
orientation visit to Puerto Rico. :
The general will inspect t n
summer field training for the
Pu-rtn Riran National Guard cur
rently in progress and visit ttr
rinn Arm? insTauanoni mere.
' A oicit with Governor of Puerto
pSico, .Luis Muo,ox lbuv' is also
stneauiea. :',, ;
Staff officers' accompanym the
general included Capt. Jt. G. Friar,
aide de camp; u. w. m. u; j.
R. Suss: Mai. G. T. Perdue., Jr.:
Col. W. K. Seymour; Chaplain
(Col.) H. R. Donovan; and U. Col
Harrold is due to arrive back in
the Canal Zone, late
Expanded Postal Services
will be offered tt v the Cristobal
Pnut attiMt Matwiav thrniiah "ri-
days, and money order, postal sav
ings,- stamp, registry, any parcel
mailing service will be frovided
on Saturday from a.m. jto noon
and 1 to S p.m.
jioney order service witl be re reestablished
established reestablished at both the Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador and Albrook Air Force Base
Postal service for the Canal Zone
public will be considerably expand expanded
ed expanded and improved about the middle
of August as a result of -operating
efiicienees made possible by
arinntinn this month of the
new selling plan for postal money
innnunpf mpnt of the changes
.nH inrrpacprf servke was made
St me monuity cuiiieirircs aor ana AiurQoi, an ivrci
h. Rovernar and Civic Council branch cost offices. Servite at Ft.
representatives held yesterday at; Amador will be from f la.m. to
jjaiDoa ncigiiw. , noon un.ifw w.
The changes to oe mau.uraiea days a week, ana at Amnios rrora
a. a v i iM-lnlai trim tran-i m. a, H Hu al. rW'
about August 15 include tne trans transfer
fer transfer of the Financial Unit irem
.1 Affaire hiiiMine to the
i.ivn PMt irrnce: extensiun vi
aervice nours at several poi omc-
... and Ln reesiaDiuiuiicut iu
postal money office service at sev-
Willi Uie COnSOUUalMIU Ul ui r-
nancial unit with the Balboa post post-al
al post-al service, the same service and
hours now in effect at the Civil
Affairs bimiog wui ue uuiru
Balboa, xne new noma im ,hi
;n Km fnllnwa:i . t
Postal money orders and postal
savings: e.m. to pm.
. cnlova -and holidssv.
Stamps, registry, parcel end ln-
aured maut s a.m. to
i.:t.. uritonr Minnavi biiu iiuiiucjbi
. The- general delivery Service to
. n k frtnsohdated with
that at Balboa and when thia Is
, 4h. nirt-.nnTipl reassienments
will make possible continuous de delivery
livery delivery service at Balboa from 8
am to 5 p.m. from Monday
vice.t Balboa Heignts
t., nffion mil start at instead
of 11:30 a.m. as at present. Also,
money order service wui w
d from .9 a.m. to. 2 p.m.; live
da vs a weeK. t
9a.m. to S pjn. five days a week.
WARWTMftTfll. JulT 28 (UP)
A Houa blU which would have
exempted tne canw
the Federal minimum wage law
of $1 an hour appeared ioaay w
V, .1, flf f"r '"v,.
i. i. .. ... i i a-
emnt Ouam. Samoa, the Canal
Zone, Wake Island and basts a-
broatf from tne minimum wbc
Opponents or tne move nuw nuw-ever,
ever, nuw-ever, gained strength,. in their
floht. tn nre vent such exemp
tions nurtiruJarlv of Ouam with
its thousands of .imported Fili
pino workers, conyineea mat u
cannot get the Guam provision
rhrmiffh rnncrress the Adminis
tration virtually abandoned its
overall, goat ana is now worsmg
hard behind the scenes to sal salvage
vage salvage its proposed exemptions
for American Samoa, and U5.
miUtary bases abroad. .r
interior ana iieiens uc
partment officials are new
urging key House members to
persuade House leaders te al-:
low the measure to come up
with the understand'nr that
Guam, and probably the Canal
Zone. be dropped f through
Hmix. leadershin. aware of the
opposition J of organized labor
tnn ma vninnnine ui uie uuuiu
nrovislnn., has declined to bring
one narkase bill tin for debate.
i i t
'ine jntenor i ieparwnir w
nrp:.stnr far the Kamoa exemD-
(Irai it fpara that, enforcement
of the Federal wage-hour -law
wouia aisrupt- samoan govern government
ment government wafer, scales and cause
nrnmnt uhnidown nf -' tuna
cannery, tne possessions oniy
v The Defense and State Depart
m.nti arc now- most Interested
In, the exemption for overseas
bases. The 81 an nour, mey
rtrdnt Mitt wnulri r.nrtflict With
,..rt aHniilaterl in inter
national agreement with host
nefense on hehalf of the Na
vy and Air;Force, also had re-'
fused right up to last week to
withdraw Its aemana tor tne in inclusion
clusion inclusion of Guam where it em-
- - -Tie 8,0i'0 to 13,C"1 F!.""!-
w ; rn r
lated aa-reelnr to Iron Guam,
and the canal -Zone also, if
' necessary to get action;. ;
Puerto Rico and the Vireln Is
Liner Sinks :;
TEDIT0A S NOTeT' James
Gegrls of the United Press was
the first newsman to fly over
& Reported Deli
' 'NANTUCKET Ma T.,1v 2fi fllPV -1 Tin,
' r J ;
$20 milb'on Italian luxury liner Andrea Doria, ;
rammed by the Swedish liner Stockholm, sank
today in. the Atlantic 45 miles south of here( a
little more ,than an hotit after the last of her
1635 passengers and crewmembers were remova
ed in a dramatic fog shrouded rescue operation. ;
The biJ Italian liner li4 kannrk tk wntart nf tk
Atlantic at 10:09 a.m.' 1 r
- The Coast Guard reported that she sank in 225 ieel
of water.r j
At mid-morning only the fantail of the three-year-old,
swb apsiw lllJ I I W W We llWIIIill lllwl I lllwl
remained ob6ve voter. Salvage operations appeared
impossible. i ( 1 v .'
. At least four persons were reported to have died as
the result of the tragedy which occurred at 11:20 last i
ninhf whila fh AnIran rinrifi'c nnccannarc rttrntA nf
a past, night out" party;. The black-hulled liner, was to
have arrived in New, York. : t'
j rllll IVUII IApl l ffvlfj WUI llU, WHJ IUVUI
equipment aboard the liners did not prevent the accident
which wiped-oiit the pr'rde of Italy's reviving; merchant
marine. v 1 -mi' t , ,
iWlthln 10 minutes after the
Extension h Case
Of Lisholf Libel
It- orday, however, tne De
partment ,' reportedly eapUu-
: .... ... .L.. .....
lit Avf..elnn nf Kma tnr krCtl'
i. avBantinna fai an amended Ji-
bel against uie ai-a.' uui
oranted in U. S. District Court
of Canal counsel David Markun.
Arguments are now. set tor uci.
iHi.mav rharl T. Ttamlres of
r r v
Van Siclen, Kamires ana oe v-as-
tro, had requestea tne enension.
Markun said ne wouia noi oppose
h mnnth'a aitnRion reauested
IbyRamires if the court saw fit
to ewe u. out neuner wouia oe
!. Uim .nni.nt in., it.
SITU U.O vvj..".. .
tim I inn iimmRV exuuiucu
that- th Panama Panal ComoanT
in hi onit i tvnrasantine a consi
derable number of employes and
He remarked that people were
nftan Famine in to inauire how the
case is progressing, v
a'nw that maftnii: na aain. 1 in
Cannl is more anxious to tiring
it.. ... n trial than if merely
(shipping interests and corporations
were invoivea. rv v
, The claimants for wnom .tne
fVmnanv lihalled the Llsholt on a
i WHIf"" a-
later voyage are those growing out
of the fire and explosion in oaiooa
wr .a. tnr A
on reo. o, .. .
Tanal amnlnvei died as
raxiilt and more than a dozen
. Bt r''f
i ..e i .reute Couxt l:uS tu .1
that t..e law applies in all oth other
er other U.S. areas Including bases on
T" senate has passed r.fciU
for exempting American Samoa
and leaving the determination
of minlmums there to civman
review committees, as is done in
Puerto. Rico. r f ;
!5mo Kd: J Oal As
Defense Wins Round
. t .... j j i -ft .. .
nafensi at.fnrnevs won a round
In. VS. District Court this
morning when Judge Guthrie r,
min miisrf t.A avriiiHa a memo
randum written by the Canal's
General Counsel. Paul Beptz.
Tha memaranaum written SCV
arai vaara a on tar the guidance
of the Company gave an opin
ion as. to tne situation, ox wt
pilots,. ; ':
whan niainurr'a attorneys oi
fered it in evidence yesterday in
their $2,000,000 suit against uie
rvimnnnv it admission was OD-
hiwiiH hv rtcfpnsp rnnnsel Dwieht
A. McKabney on j the ground
that legal opinion is not aamis-
qoKU avlflonc. nf fact.
: Hnnimpr tha Jlldee BTanted
plaintiffs until this morning to
seea legal preceaent w uie
Sen aic Committee Okays Susbstituie
for Consrucfon BM Vctof;d BX ,ke
WARTIINCTON. July 25 kjPT --i
A Senate committee today approv approved
ed approved a 12,100,000.000 military con-
fmxtinn hill riaaiihied to tide-
Step a presidential veto while re
taining Some congressional tun
trol over housing and missile pro
. 1H acuon,- lanen oy uie araira
Services Committee, -was on sue
in the ease of missiles. It voted te
Hnv tha Air Force remiest for a
$16,200,000 "Talos" anti-aircraft
missile system nmu an uter-ierv-ice
row over competing missiles
h.i hamn "plarifiad
.The bill is a substitute for lejls lejls-lation
lation lejls-lation previously passed by both
houses but vetoed by President
VicanhAuwr -Ke said'oravisian! far
congressional control over military
protects violate ,tnc constitutional
powers of tne executive, j
iv Hmiva haa alreadv eassed
hour the sew bill minus the clautes the
.President objected' to. These pro -i
vided that no military ouusmg
could be built nor Talos sites erect erect-A
A erect-A ntii tha Defense -Deoartment
hai "eome into agreement" with
the Senate and House amkouoi
f h nata ffrnun accented the
list of projects ib the new House
bill for oases m wis. country anu
overseas, except the authorization
for four Talos sites which it knoc
ed out. It said in an accompany-
w.tiy that an Talna cita ihou d
jjjjI j t yj m.w w
be authorized until the disputes ov over
er over anti-aircraft missiles has been
"clariiied."! -'r '!"':
Tne committee naa aeieteq tne
Talos projects in its original bill,
.n4 h Sonata harked it no. The
House bad provided the Talos site
authority, lu tne compromise sent
to j the White House, the project
vav left in but with the strings to
which Mri Eisenhower objected.
NANTUCKET. Mass.. Julv 2-
(UP The Andrea Doria. in the
elare of a rlsinr sun. looked
like a broken toy boat on the
calm sea. '
Around the. st.rlrken veaaal
Ovei a flve-mlld araa nnra .,dv
Navy destroyers, transport ships
anu empty iiieuoiius. ,
The triple-tiered' decks of the
liiYiirlniia Ttallan llnar ir"-fj
. .MV ..
close to the water line.
we came down on the "deck"
flylng 500 feet' ever the
helpless ship. We could see no
one aboard. Cargo nets and
l'nes dangled in Uie water
the escape lanes for her 1,635
A nhnrt. rilgtanna aman In. Via
still water wa the Swedish lin liner
er liner Stockholm, moving very slow slowly,
ly, slowly, t. i m ...
As our plane slowly circled
tha fit)rkhn1m v. muM ua tha
w bVU'. o.. W..W
survivors Jammed on the decks.
They looked up at us but there
was no waving.
me now oi me Swedish snip
Vni a iflAMjl M n n. n. M.a
ibow plates were rjeeled back like
a saruuie cnu. i ne noie extenaea
from a foot above the water line
to uie oowsprit.
. we couldn't see the damage
to the Andrea Doria, she was
(Continued en Page t, CoL 4)
"Timi Rniii.. a of the Atlantic.
began to respond to .SOS's.
. lh Andrea lion. w 1
able a put down Its own tile tile-boats
boats tile-boats and its passengers a a-monr
monr a-monr them many notables In
riiiii(n the mavor of Phila
delphia had to scramble
down cargo lines and nets to
reach tescue boats.' 5 '.
Tha ffrenrh liner He de France
tTiAi Kai.ir in ita rourse to Eu
rope to carry out the bulk of the
ranfiia nnerationa wmcn aiu act
ed a score of liners freighters,
transports anq coas guara Tea
The French liner picked up al almost
most almost 1000 survivors, the military
trnnunrtrt Thnmftl IS.S the COm-
mercial vessel cape Ann 168, and
the Stockholm several nunareu.
The Andrea Dona's snipper,
Capt. Piero Calamai and 19 of
his men were ordered to leave
Uie ship by the Italian minis ministry
try ministry ef merchant marine about
a a.m. I
Within an hour the lldef was
almost completely submerged.
All S U r V l vors were ueuig
hrnnirht tn New Vorlr where Red
Cross and health officials set up
emergency lacuities w care iur
tne scores oi cases oi snoca auu
minor injuries. v
At least seven seriously, hurt
survivors, one of whom, died
later, were, plucked from the
6wt nf C.llni .T
,., i.l. v , ... I. .A
sinkui of thn Andrea Dona, re
ported. that the single-stacker
slipped majestically beneath the
iivd. nnu first
With tt went one of tha
greatest collections of con- ;r
temporary Italian art paint-.
Ings, frescoes, mosaics, glass, 1
ceramics and textiles all de. -a'fne
especially to make the
ship the most beautiful teasel
in. the world. -? ...' -
"A, tha vara anT tTia Ysnm Hit-
it uiu TV j vjU niv w rr vaaatr-
ed sharply forward and the liner
sank out oi signt, avio:uB a.m., a.m.,-Whelan
Whelan a.m.,-Whelan reported. At 10 a.m. wa water
ter water had lapped over the bow. 4
minute later the rudder appear
ed completely out of the water.
Tn another an aenonda water
seeped into the smokestack. '
"The three outdoor swimming
pools, emptied earlier by the tilt
nf tha ahin starved takinc water
at this point. By 10:04 a.m., tha
snip wag lying completely on its
side. On nearby rescue ships wt
could see crewmen crowding the
rails to witness the end. ; ;
'As the bow nosed down, ; a
huge swell boiled up over the -fantail.
Then there was a circle
of light green water. As the lin
er started unaer, uieoouta bum
in their davits tore loose from
the ship and debris gushed from
the wreckage. Ten minutes later
all we could see was debris and
Tha now Hnuae hill acain con.
tains authority lor tne xaios proj.
Tha Kanafe rnmmilt-a has been
critical of the fact that while hundred-
of millions of dollars have
k a anant nn Armv Nika anlj-air-
craft missile, installations around
the country, the Air Force now
nioni tn inatall iti num enmnetinif
Talos system. Nothing has come
of proposals lor a showdown pe
tween tne two weapons.
rtta AAmmittaa sIoa nrAvided that
no military housing contracts can
be signed unui written oouce nas
been given the House and Senate
maiT aarviraa arnune Cnnatruc-
ami. e. j
tion could hot begin until 180 days
after submission or the reports,
unless in the meantime the com
mittees told the Pentagon they had
no runner questions.. ,.
afta. nialnt.lff'a cminsel Jo
seph Stone and McKabney had
both tried to swensiacn uibh
positions with r the results of
nwarnicnt researcn uie iuae re
marked that- in a case of this
kind it Is difficult W determine
what Is privileged testimony.
Employes of the government or
even a corporation, are Inextri Inextricably
cably Inextricably Involved with their em employer',
ployer', employer', affairs.' rf j:-:J
. witn tne aocumenv -: u eu,
the -Defense called Personnel
nirector Rdward A. Doolan to
Radio Blow-bv-blon Account of Rescue
Following is a sequence of radioi
messages that told a crisp, dra dramatic
matic dramatic story of the collision of the
liners Andrea Doria and Stockholm
and the rescue work that followed:
11:25 p.m. Both ships radioed
they had collided.1 ":'
it .an n m StniOrhnlmV 'radioed
Andrea Doria 5 "If you can lower
lifeboats, we can pick you up. V
11:35 p.m. Andrea Dona re
plied: "We are bending lusting).
Director Edward A. Doolan to im ,:ki. nlit lifahnats at sea
the stand, offering him as an, immediate assistance... life-
expert in ."personnel matwia. -plainUffs'
attorney at once
obiected. seekine to nave woo
our lifeboats ... 'here danger im- scene and reported it had picked
mednto," ;up 50 survivors. v? "'.;.
1:.V a m- The Cape jw radio- :xu a.m.-rstociuioim sara cre creed
ed creed 'the Stockholm "Andrea Doria ship damaged ... number one hold
says, she doesn't know how long flooded otherwise ship tight
she can use her radio." y will try to proceed to New York
i:5& ii Stockholm said It slow speed want ship to keep US
was relaying messages from the company." y. - .-i
Andrea Doria which could not use 4:12 a.m. Stockholm radioed it
its own radio. "Need as many life- was still in contact with Andrea
boats as possible ... have 1000 pas-' Doria which had switched to
. 1 inn mmm. ..iiH ne marfliiiw radin imwat. '.
scuKrs auu ww view ... van m ...... ----
own lifelwaU for ship is bent (list-, 4:19 a.m.-. Andrea Doria report-
lan's range confined to that of
njarlrun hnwpvpr Won his
point that the handling of per personnel
sonnel personnel Inevitably? involves di
verse aspects. ,":..?;.::'- ..
Police Raid Still
In Newark; N.J.
Federal agents and local police
thraa mn into custody VeS-
terday in a raid on a 1,000-gallon-
a-day still the hrst uncoverea
here in te past doezen years. The
still was in a dilapidated factory
ed it had put 10 boats tn the water.
4: a.nwcoasi uuara reportea
i i i ...;0snna .lifaJ in T 1 tnn mnph.
sena iramtuuii,ui-'. .' e.i. I
veals. , j I, -u a in .1 M. nl rR atirtrivnr. had haaai
.... a 1 .mar.iai vaaai mm vnu..; wiU arriva. in about one picked up. ; :
Caoe Ann arrived at scene. Mes- hour. "Have two lifeboats left ..."t 6:47 a.m.-v Stockholm and the
i90d Andrea Doria n nao launcn ."!. mm sun), .r..- ,
MtVlayyour lights have four lifeboats." ; able toraUe the Andrea Doria and
S rtam'f P 3:32 a.m.- Coast Guard cutter its radio power had probably fad-
12:50 a.m-Stockholm radioed avergreen report -uw v- L1- liLAiJJ,
the Andrea Doria had begun to was picKing up Anorea wi r. y-f-;.:
abandon ship. The Stockholm said vivors. "Anqrea woria says require
it was "badly damaged ... while medical assistance urgeniiy...Bw ms wug- w -U
wushedhav! to rtay in' holm is damaged but appear. i";:rrtne.
ToTKK: TheFrench ltoer'W 3V52a.m- Stockholm saidtt hd radioed it H picked up 1000 surv--de
France radioed it would be at three : serious casualties and ask- Ivors. .tfavA
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WOH (IX MONTH. IN AOVANCt , 'If '3 ?2
Z, 'OH 0 VCA IM v a 9Q 14 oo
I THtJ TOUR FORUM THt READERS OWN COLUMM 1
TV. U.J i. hna tat Mo liar af Ta Panama ARMrko
UHart urn re.tw ati.ll aed arc lundleJ to wholly confidiRtUl
It ym retttrib-te ktfei WI h ImpatHiit apw,A'
; Mxt Say Itftsn ate Mtblith-d w th ti nuiwa. ;
? PUuw try to ke th Utter limited to en 009 length.
MmmUt bH arltM I held is ft ridert tontidrmc.
X TkM Rcwuepr rnnM ro raspoMibiliry tor -ttitMMnh eiaCM
" -- 1 : '-. 1
4 I think It wonderful that we have a newspappr that will
allow men to speaic their pjece cn any JWDject it is not -very-
where that ine can find a newspaper Qiat wiH print .both sioes
' of a controversy, especially one oi a ifcgiaus nature, ?Jnls pat
5 per is to commended.; s ; j
Mr. Haney seems to think that I can't read since I polnt polnt-ted
ted polnt-ted out the consequences of such a doctrine as he wag present present-)
) present-) tag in this good column. Well, that Is 'an old trick of debaters
of ages past Then they are pushed in a .comer they wiU start
j. trying to ridicule. This, of course, is condemned In honorable
'ruies of debate. But... '
Now let's see if I did twist Mr.-Harvey's statements.; I
'quote: 'Forms of water baptism for .the cleansing of sins "are
I, )u fnnnri m manv heathen lelidons havinz their origin be-
fore the birtlt of Christ- ThU3 said occrme is of pagan hea
MORE ABOUT BAPTISM
Hhen. not -Christian origin. ,The Catholic Encyclopeaia,and
5 Hislop's Thu Two Babylon's make this abundantly clear, .vj
ir Hurvtv in thp ahnvB nuotation savs,and anyone who
s can reaa can iceo uu v. v,-".
?for the renusfion of sins had its origin among paganism and
;.. t tv-i Msnrl T nmi'rl hntr n RaV that, words which
5 the Holy Ghofet put in the mouuis of tot Apostles were of nea nea-Ithen
Ithen nea-Ithen origin," That is precisely what jou said in the above quo-,
J taUon.' : : -t-S '.v KiXkSl
t rriend Harvev uses another old debater's trick .wlcri w not
I going to worit with me. He is trying wiput me in the affirma affirma-t
t affirma-t tive. I am denying what you have .written, Sin But he leaps
from one subject to another and tries to jeave Daptism behind,
t Sir, either 4ay- aside- your polemic pen or meet the issue. All
4 these good people have read what yoit :wrote and know that I
I have' not twisted It.-i4su f'''siit
i I agree that it is the blood of Chrtsfcthat washes away sin.
31 told yoa in myUast article how wa'pt in touch With that
blood. Why didn't you mention that la. your more recent arti arti-cle?
cle? arti-cle? Maybs it is better to try and. prejudice someone's mind
tbf saying thut I twisted your statements. i, I believe that, the
above ouotaaom and review will prove that 1 hid not .
alSCUSSing Daptism, JIUS luawimuaii. ,n.,- v -w
. -nnsrinus r linrnnsrious is & matter of, litUaconsejuence to me,
f What I am concerned with is preparing mfcseltaad teaching
I others to prepare for ,the time when Christ will; call all- man man-f
f man-f kind from the grave that we may enter tatcrthe" Joys ,01 the
SLorrJ and noa into eternal destruction) fi4 T'g
, I find that the Bible teacnes that we must w saved from
i our sins (have the remission of our sins, if tyou please), in order
5 to miss the second death.. Thus, t preach baptism 'for thr re
5 remission or sms as.oia sw on ma v, -vr
5 corded in Acts 2:38. I believe tfiat Peter's statement is.ordiviae
' origin ,-, i. t-v''1'.'"'', -'!
Z I have never had the name of beins a polemicist However,
I do stand ready to defend what I believe that Bible teaches
t with any man; If you wish to discusj 4hes things further, yott
may reach me at Balboa 3602. I am la: my' -study Mohday
through Friday 9 till J2 at the Church pf -Christ 0851 Balboa
? Bxiad. When we get the matter of Baptism settled, theft, if
you want to discuss the state of the dead, I will be glad to
2 study with you. space will not permit the discussing of ,-all
tlrs iter, ct-tlie prespi-tsf .
T 1 reji"-" to find fc'i. '-i "'.-" 5
" believes. I here are too many tm.,
consequenUy they fall for .anything,
ng to defend what he
ho staijd, Jor.. jjoaiing.
l j W. W.,Burrow
X LOCKS D1TISION MORALE
Sir: i. " 1 ?r ?r-This
This ?r-This letter is to inform Gov. Potter that high morale does
not exist on the Locks Division of both terminals. .,,?
I am an iron worker weldef operator. I do maintenance
work, operate the locomotives on lockagesequally as efficient
as the electricians and the machinist etaftsmen. 'X
I have been grouped by the lock' administration as mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous i -raft, which is composed Of iron worker welders,
carpenters, pipe fitters, crane operators and riggers. We all
operate locomotives. !i -.
Our Eovcrnment does not allow discrimination among dif
ferent races, and yet this condition exists among United States
citizens.. ; f .-. i-J i j"
We, the miscellaneous crafts, are not allowed a promotion
as the electricians and machinists. We have brought the mat matter
ter matter to the attention of the chief of the locks on many occasions
to no avail. 7 "V-l v-fT
The chief of the locks claims that tnis procedure was estab-
lished before he took over, but the fact remains that he Is the
t chief of the locks, and it is his duty 10 keep the morale of his
employes at a high standard. It is also his duty to see that
this discriminatmg error is corrected. 1
2 , . Discriminated Employe
iiiMi uo MUM
j w toi ami rncs1 ann tanusEr
T Br VICYOR RIESEL J
There is union which, has as
open floor policy towards a mvs
terious fellow who for years has
refused to deny under oth that
he worked with one of Bussia's
The open door I refer to Is the
entrance to an old mid-town New
iuik mansion at s u East -51st
Street. There, the swish of crino
line nas maae way-for the busv
clalter of a union which reaches
uccj iaio we nean or our radar,
jet nnd atomic production, I taik
of the Unite Electrical Workers
which bought the mansion from
the Vanderbilt estate.- nrnvinrs that
Sovicteers are as good judges of
ti'di esuutv as iveniucKians an
ua iwurmm. v-
devdoDi that th VT t,..
beeh permittina a chan hv th.
name- of Irving Charles Velson to
use its oifices. tyoewnterx nH
otliei equipment whenever he so
wished. Velson is the mysterious
character,. who has constantly re-
iumicq to aeny mat ne associated
ana worked with the Ameripan
ena m ine soviet secret police and
Velson. under oath befora Ron a.
toriaJinvestigators attached to the
Senate Internal Security Sub-Committee;
only ; two weeks ago re refused
fused refused to deny that he was militarv
yun m we loung t-ommunist
i-eaaue. nor would h rtn mnn
than disdainfully take refuge in the
Fifth Amendment when asked di.
roex'v aoout nis links .to the Soviet'
undercover, ,work here, t
et you, can leave messages for
Velson at the UE headquarters,
where MUiey will obligingly take
nine iu ico i ii wnen no is aue next.
Such cordiality must be deserved
and the ties must be closn, because
I've learned that, the UE nffiriak
just, won't. Jet everyone walk in
ana use tneir typewriters, tele-
pnones ana office facilities:
We haven t neered over Velxnn'a
shoulder at these typewriters, but
it can be' presumed that th fol.
row used thenj to send along report-;
on the strategic eastern
waterfront to his chief. Harrv
, Bridees was In Nlv Vnrlr lat
rnnay ; tnreatening a two-coast
sinKP. ana may-wen suave -- gotten
tnese reports first hand from Vel-
1 There is more than nn link ho.
tween the. UE and Harry Bridges'
Warehousemen's and Longshore Longshoremen's
men's Longshoremen's .Unions Velson ; has been
Bridges' Vobserver" 'fin eastern
docks'for some years now. In re
cent testimony the fellow swore he
never realty got close to, the piers
Yet there are photograohs'of Vel Velson
son Velson talking to men right onr the
docks. One of the,, other men in
the pictures taken by a hidden
camera Ms; one Jeff Kibre. who
also works for Harrv Bridges.
Brother Kibre is t t 1 !;
flunky. He. has had aii
mg work? One ta his early chorerf
was to capture Hollywood. Since
then he has been -slightly down,
graded. Today Kibre lobbies in
Washington for Bridges The rec-1
ord shows 'that his headquarters
are at 830 f street NW. Washing
i ) i r
So we find these two unions
linked in New Yprk and Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. m .'
We find them so close in Wash
ington that either office when y
telephone will give you the num-
Ders ana goings ana comings of
the Other outfit's officials without
a moment's hesitation, i
We find, too, a great apathy in
many circles towards these operations.-
"y:v. s v
V?e find the tens of thousands
of rank-and-file' members of these
unions doing nothing about asking
their- chiefs such as Harry
Bridges just why men like. Vel
son are Hired as jnternauonai rep representatives.
resentatives. representatives. -.
We find that few, indeed, ask
Bridges just who some of their
dues goes into the pay envelope
of Velson AFTER he publicly re.
fused to deny that he worked for a
Soviet master spy. But these ques
tions will be asked by the Internal
Security sub-committee which
opens bearings on the west coast
waterfront sometime in September
, We find the 70,000 members of
the United Electrical workers
Union unconcerned over the fact
that a man such as Velson can
testify that he used their interna
tional union headquarters at 11
East Slst Street, even after refus
inf to deny such links to the Soviet
secret police network in me u.&.
won t tney care wnat nappens
to unit unions? ..
Cry, Clown, Cry
Mir: 1 rWiw. M i
ly Dr.ZU PgARSOH
bJSpVkJ0'''" .Government!. As. the admiral was about to be
, Ji? t,e"ePJn Paralysis of photographed the other day with
the steel itnke has puziied labor Deputy Undersecretary of
fl?rtidUStry KiitIs: Two eon-'Roberl Murjh, T Belgium Am Am-ti!S"V,,?w,
ti!S"V,,?w, Am-ti!S"V,,?w, 5a;.cem- from'bas-ador Bann InvmSfs an :
t.nUM ni ... v (aide hurriedly tagged taJhu52
Eisenhower aides have told book dropped it at Strauss' fefr
newsmen, .that-toe .idataistratiowu MmalM Jll!n
weVome US'! ?3t SesMf?$Si
loniS?'" PnJ stood shoulder-to-shoulder:
economic reaction mitht throw, .TT.. r.,,
Iron Man Nixon
By BOB RUARK
"7.5 oi mousanas out f work.- UNDIPLOMATIC Diplomat
Yet simultaneously Wr.t.r. i uru,r"""lC DlrLOMAT
wluVhKus'e aid'e. Syriap .A b Sa r j
say they have not wanted to Uk tVving to set kicked ouHf8
tiGTri Eisnno about theUDhed Stalls f i'
gone to keeo hand tff 'the twt j"Mn.ew in speecfies t
lllustrtto! y toe ftAr6-5-601? 1110,18,1 1,9
rublic ttemnt that th. !ma"f ruies, mis mends on em
ff-S"'Lf?iWbwy w say he' hopes to pro-1
MilcheU. a smar and 1 !f?" Amencan autnonues into
meddling wiU ? m Taft JiSartSS? "f withfthe
Act. which specmcaDy "ates ttat!hartNm S his Sou?tr 'erer sinc8
he ha, othmPg to Kh dS. ifcf, ?By
mediahon. The federal Mediation UrV.".?!45.7-1.??-? 0,8
Service was given complete Mdffij ,7
separate nower tn-e vet "ca'n8 jews,nt would em-
eU? stateCnt .mote ?t? Ste": W
mal notice to the steelTomp.niw Populact;
ment .This weakened th. hB.rf Lu?d. ei in 4he Arab world,
labor ,out it also would boost the am-
2. The Federal Mediation Serv Service
ice Service did not make single, solitary
movev to prevent the strike,
tnotiPn fiillv emivtwsrerl
Associate Director Clyde MUiic ov?fn,e:
maae a puDue sutement that the T v i J
disagreement "was susceptible toLSS t ewish leaders have
settlement," that it was a "matter l"1,, partment
of getting in and giving it a J?2L1 i
out no pusn was made. After the fT,rr,. i.'i. '."i i
strike was finally called it took li DuUes m tox J t to do.
oayi ior uie federal Mediation
Service, to arrange, a meeting of
baasi-dor s a political prestige. at
home He would come home
a martyr for speaking out against
the Jews m defiance of the Araeri-
WASHINGTON' -(NEA)- Vice fauver confessed that his children Cotton 'complains about is that JLtlrt Ti 't uMZ
President Nixon's round-the-world had showed no enthusiasm for it poutics ruies the roost in Congress 1 w i-n2hi.fi''' Ji rBJf,T-'-.-'5e
inp was a gooa warm-up tor im: tut tney learnea n uaa swim- tnese days. He, says this is what H.Tmnwi.' ; i i-"""""0-rugged
campaigning he'U have to mina pool. His wife likes to nlav happens evei.f,? veV. wh Sumph".ow.M tee company,
do for the GOP this year. He flew golf and might use Eisenhower's dying Congress tries to testel.i'lTt. f,'--U,Mft,S'i5rt
27,000 -ante to.- 11, days, made putting greens. 4 And he himself bifort ah llecUonTheatchwird lh-itJ!.!!
speeches and interviewed top gov
ernment oniciais nr six 'countries.
When he made his statement, on
neutralism in Pakistan, he had
been 22 hours without sleep. Most
of his sleep on the trio was on Ihe
plane. U .. 'r n ..,
ue got back to Washington pret
ty well scrambled as to what day
of the week it was and. what lime
it was. It was 2:30 p.m. on. a
Wednesday; He went to his office,
greeted his staff and then went
to work .as though he bad just
come in from a late lunch. He
worked at his office till seven, Chen
went home to supper and bed.
But he was on the job next morn
ing at the usual time, f.
How he dfws it is somethmg. of
a .tcry. 1 :-who .was
oa the .trip went home and col
lapsed tor we rest ot tne week,
wouldn't mind living in a house of the hour is, "Give everybody
where somebody elie ha la cut evervthinc thev want
. 7- .-- J TO 4 W .ww.
the grass;- v-.-;.?, .u r--t r lie itemizes: J -.y-..'..
iieiung dsck to me unaeraog, Appropriauons tor more
Third Of Patents
Cfedifeci To Small"
EAST LANSING. Mich.(UP)
Don't underestimate the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood workshop wizard if he's try-l
ing to build a better mouse-trap.
He may build it.
One-third of all patented Inven-1
tions are made by persons with no
scientific or technical training, ac
cording to vr. jacoB schmookler,
Michigan State University econ economist.
omist. economist. :'' '-- .
About 45 per cent of all Inven
tions can be credited to persons
wnn don t nave college derrees.
Dr. Schmookler said it isn't true
that all discoveries are made by
alaried expert scientfstj working
in the laboratories of large cor corporations;'"'
porations;'"' corporations;'"' r.-i'S- -:v-'
"But continued public belief tn
'his erroneous view mav make It
me," the economist added.
Potential independent inventors
may be discouraged if they be'ive
Ihe field is dominated by persons
"hired to invent."
The principal trouble that Sen.
smaller,- underdeveloped countries
which have always been exploited.
"Things have been going badly
for me recently," Sen,, Norris Cot-
ton. tB-NHt wrote to his consti constituents
tuents constituents lately Then he says he ran
into a XrOP. worker who told him
to cheer uo. because' thinga could
Sen. Estes Keiauver is now de- he worse.
scribed as the "professional un- 'So I cheered uo." savs Cotton.
derdog candidate for the Demo- "and sure enough, things got
uon. Ana. ine iau lennessean aa aa-miU
miU aa-miU this "characterization fits.', i
"I've been living in that kennel
a long time,", he told a National
Press Club crowd.' He confessed
that one of his greatest mistakes
was to win the Minnesota primary
last March.- He said he had been
trying to get back m- the under
dog status ever since; and had
succeeded only when the Califor California
nia California primary caught up with him
Casting himself in the role of
the poor man s poor 'man, Keiau Keiauver
ver Keiauver also bragged that his family
owned no newspapers, banks or
railroads a mild crack at Steven
son and Harriman. Even his dog,
said Kefauver, was Just a poor re relation
lation relation to Checkers, the famous
spaniel. of his Washington neigh
bor, vice President Kicnard ; m.
As for his reasons for wanting
to live in the White House, Ke-
burgh Consolidated; also a fleet of
Doati on the Great Lakes, which
carry iron ore to the steel mills.
He has not hesitated to step in
theme, Kefauver said his prima-planes than the. ., Air Force cui 7"":rHnlV m" were
pal aim was to give the little peo- build. J t ..-V; : f Tl?"! twas: Humphrey who
li- r it 1. ."' .'v put across th St. LiwrenrA 5a.
um m iiRLicr tTiiMiii. rr. nta ariia lwii juurH iiiiiii v inr .. maninB i va 1 -
and a nan miuion votes in tne pri primaries
maries primaries and his following was large largely
ly largely among sm all farmers, labor laborers,
ers, laborers, independents and., the little
people. w, .. ;.
c.ven his loreien policy views
are geared to championing the 1 ied
cause -of the little people ..the jnce is stopped.
Of Health savs it can soend. ?y. Wedltm
A houninr rhill that atirW rf'mB- --"oraaor u-OB neias.j uut :
nit, C AAA riV 'f :cr..."i:ithe steel strike he did not move.
r, ,vvy uu. WPl..LaWiaittl bwlnOrSr' ennel.ui-
Senate with 135.000 with me'VutT.': X.. TWV onciuae onciuae-dt
dt onciuae-dt that the legislation is alSSSnhi
ih the House and slum clear- 2"lhAp,py.utl '.l1
"jdid not want to .incur t industry
More school 'construction thsn critici8nl f intervening..
is needed, with the result that the
bill is killed for this session, i
And finally, a drive to get Hells
Canyon damj which Cotton de-
with unadulterated politics,".
Sen. George H, Bender (R-0)
says Congress at the end of this
session will simply "dissolve." It's
like the British system, he says,
when Parliament' gets in a hope hopeless
less hopeless mess and is "dissolved." This
gives the voters a chance to elect
a new bunch; and end the, stale stalemate,
mate, stalemate, k. f. u '' r
"The coming campaign Is begin
ning Ul DB a DIIU. OI DOORS. ;
NIXON AND CHIAN5
5 InfldeJreason whf the State De.
partment ? suddenly ordered Vice
President' Nixon to' stop, off at
Formosa to see Chiang Kai-shek
was a warning that Chiang was
planning some v suicide raids
against the China; coast which
wou'd uset the uneasy truce in
the Far East and might threaten
war right on the verge of the
Eisenhower re-election ? campaign.
- Nixon did a good Job of soft soft-soaping
soaping soft-soaping the'" Generalissimo ? and
getting him to promise to behave
New Stevenson and Kefauverii" bargain he made was that
biographies hit the stalls first. me .S.Awould steadfastly op-
"My Brother Adlai"- by Eliza- P5e neo -nina s admission to the
beth Stevenson Ives, and Jack An-U NV Chian ha1 become aroused
dersod and Fred Blumenthal. Com- pv'f,"' recent 'confidential notes
ing up is "The Lyndon Johnson! -e-kmf out .of., the White House
Sotry'' by Booth Mooney. i showing that Eisenhower favored
me KepuMicans hoped to make "5'B'uun OI, m vmna
considerable political hay out of
Robert J. Donovan's "Eisenhow
er, the Inside Sotry" and Under
secretary of Labor Arthur Lar
son's "A Republican Looks at His
Party." The latter is entirely sym
pathetic. But the former is so fair fairly
ly fairly written that Democrats are find
ing considerable (ammunition in it
While calm has been restored
on Formosa, almost anything can
happen there if Chiang once again
gets the idea-his chief ally is de
Afomit Energy "Boss Admtr'al
to throw-, at their opponents It Lewis Strauss is not an unhand
covers the heart attack, but not i some man. Nevertheless, tie likes
the operation, by the way. V' to .'ook as tall as anyone else.--!
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s MERRY-GO-ROUND i 4
It was Sen." Lyndon Johnson -of I
Texas who left the Closed hearing s
with Gen. Nate Twining and 'i
leaketf to the press, quoting Twin-1
itig. on Russian drunkenness.
Twining feels this puts him in a ?
very awkward position when it
comes to gathering more inforbia- 5
uon trom Russia. .. Gov. Averell I
Harriman is irked at his old friend ?
Adlai Stevenson for" writing per.
sona! notes to jNew York conven convention
tion convention delegates ) already pledged to
Harriman,. trying to woo them
away . the Republicans have :
picked Roy James, an ex-Senate ;
labor committee, clerk, to woo la-1
bor, votes. He has set up Republi. f
can labor committees in 20 strong
.DAVIS, .Calif. (IT) -.A TT.
versity of California agricultui
specialist advises stockmen that
the higher 'the quality of rough roughage,
age, roughage, the Jess concentrate will be
needed to fatten beef .cattle, te
'':'-.;4 -.ji". : ,o -1 c 'V,-
i Assistant : Professor James H.
Meyer told a meeting, at the UC
Agriculture College, campus here
that "roughage is 'the- cheapest
and most readily, available nnrre
of nutrients for ruminants.
VGood quality lower s the
amount of feed needed on the
range or otherwise,'.', he said.
Meyer listed the following fac factors
tors factors as determining the high qual quality
ity quality iaroughage;s-s. ?..$ -'
The less fiber -the better. Even
though cattle need a certain
amount of fiber in food, it should
be kept. low. : i ..-, 4'; ,, .,, ....
The f iber itself will lie of better
duality through the, absence of
ngnin, ; j r
. .. ..... .. ., ....... ...j.
Adequate, irrigation applied oh
time is also important to the qual quality
ity quality and quantity of roughage.
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TEUES1) A JVLY 26, 1931
TCT PANAMA AMERICAN AX INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSrATEH
rc;:cm Dcnfccrals Less Fight
On Civil Rights Dili In Senate
WASHINGTON, July 26 (UP) told Mr. Eisenhower" that If the
Liberal northern Democrats yes- Republicans capture the Senate
terday conceded defea in their next year, the thing to do would
fight to force Senate action on be to Drug the legislation up ear
President Eisenhower's civil ly. -1
rights bill. I Sen.' Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.)
They abandoned- their harassing served notice that the Dixie law-
threats which had posed threat makers will renew their opposition
to weekend-adjournment after
Senate Republican Leader William
F. Knowland (Calif.) informed Mr.
Eisenhower that the bill was dead
tor this session.
to any-new civil rights legislation;
, Russell told the Senate some
members will -"resort to every
weanon at their command" to de-
Before givfcg, up, the handful of ,1
northerners made another effort to'
a sure out
ory the House-passed measure out u" TTT'.- ."TTT
tee. ' ' '" ''
Sen. Paul H. Douelas (D in.
said, the outcome made it clear
" that "it will be impossible," in
'view of the present "temper
viic hjvuaw uu o wvmvmwm ........ i
. .1. i
i oers, ever to g acaon on we
: nil ricrht. Hilt-7 f ;l '-'" -'J.
" A short timer later. Douglas and
his supporters dropped their par-J
Iiamentary tacuc or preventing m m-;J
;J m-;J traduction of other bills. "" e
They also raised nc objection 35; daughter u of
. f ;
POECKIKO, Germany. July 26
(UP) charlotte von uapsDurg,
.hta Af AllKmSl'. IRS.
when Senate Democratic Leadertemperor and a former New York
Lyndon B.- Johnson 1 (Tex.) s got
1 unanimous consent to take up the
session's last money bill, ; a z,-
l 300,000,000 catchall measure ap approved
proved approved by the House yesterday. A
single objection could have forced
"a delay until Friday, "p. -,-
The collapse of the- campaign
did not' rule out more civil rights
' talk. There may even be another
- attempt to secure Senate action
before adjournment But the north-
- erners made no bones about being
licked. ' ivs
Douglas, a .leader in the fight
- along with Sens.-- Herbert-H.- Leh Leh-man
man Leh-man (D-N.Y.) and Thomas C. Hen Hen-nings
nings Hen-nings Jr. (D-Mo.), said the Senate
?! has become Va force" to prevent
action to defend the Negro minori minority
ty minority in the United States.
He said this was a "'burden
n the "conscience" of the Sen
t and "blot" on the Amari-
'.' cnmiinil said the President is
stiu mterestea in me ci
riiht nrncrram and "He would
likn to have it passed." He said
he told r the President that "from
a parliamentary point of veiw it
. is just not possible."
- The Republican leader said he
welfare worker, j-was marrjea
here today to a wan more tha
half her age..
Under the name charlotte de
Bar, the bride was a welfare
worker In New .York City's East
Harlem district from 1943 until
early this year.,".
.Guests who .witnessed Miss
von Hapsburg's marriage to the
57-year-old Duke of Mecklen Mecklenburg
burg Mecklenburg included her mother, ex ex-Empress
Empress ex-Empress Zita, and her brother
Otto, pretender to the Austrian
throne. -1 n
' Other former. noblemen and
women present at the ceremony
in Poecking's little white plaster
church included 28 princes and
princesses 17 archdukes and 28
men and women with lesser ti titles.
tles. titles. -... ", '.'
Non-noble guests wore Tyro Tyrolean
lean Tyrolean peasant costume, the men
in leather shorts, gaily-embroidered
shirts and woolen stock stockings,
ings, stockings, the women in starched
white blouses and colorful dirn dirndls.
The" bride wore white taffeta,
with a diamond tiara" and the
Marquis Ex-Wire Held For
Stabbing Estranged Friend
NEW TORK, July 28 (UP) A
TYanxh mamma' PX.wife. who has
been adviser, to t Eva, f froa, Den-
ise Darcel and unaa innsuan,
was arrested yesterday for stab stabbing
bing stabbing her estranged boy friend
with an antique letter opener when
J .he lingered -after, a party i for ;
nightcap alone with her. -.k
is 1. xia'i..ri-.-r..;."ii(e-.7ii;'.:ii'-Mrs.
Irene de la Begsssierre; 40,
r beautiful blonde whose former hus husband
band husband is a. grandson of the builder
of the Sues Canal, said William
: Grey, 26, son of a countess, lurch lurched
ed lurched into the hand-carved, gold-blad-
ed Italian knife when She held it
; in front of her to fend off" his
s; : drunken amorous advances. 'f
V Grey; taken" to Roosevelt' Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital with a slight chest wound,
f charged she deliberately stabbed
him, fouce saia ne wouia oe re released
leased released from the hospital in a' day
;6r two.-' y-.
ii -"He fell n letMr paner,"
Mrs. Begassiara- Insisted to a po po-lice
lice po-lice investigator. "I didn't do
i anything. Ha stabbed himself,
monsieur."- " ' ;
... The incident etcurred after a
party given by Mrs,- Begassiere
in her lavishly furnished, four-
room apartment on East 80th
street, iust off Park avenue. At
first she said the party was at attended
tended attended by "thousands,' and then
-re-estimated the guest list at 200.
? Whatever the number, she said,
Grev had not been invited.- He
said he was. After the guests, left,
Grey lingered on and the stabbing,
accidental or otherwise, occurred.
Police were summoned and took
Mrs. Begassiere to jail. She spent
the .night in a celL For the occa occa-sion.iahe
sion.iahe occa-sion.iahe was cla-lin a, gout-trammed
red. evening, gown and gold
sandals. She carried a gold-mesh
evening bag.; and gold-embroider
ed white scarf. Police said, she
was dripping with jewels.
It was in this chic -attire that
Mrs. Begassiere; appeared 'also
in the, police line-up, giving It a
touch of glamor it has net had
for years. She was booked on a
- charge of felonious' assault, -s
didn't do anything,-" she
said,."! got to stand up here,
what for? I committed no sin.!'
Bail was set at $1,000 pending a
hearine Aue. 2.
"This wss a new experience for
the ex granddaughter-in-law of
canal builder Ferdinand de Les
seps. She has been promiaent hereto-fore
strictly as a member of the
international set She has been a
confidante of Prince Aly Khan ahd
fashion adviser to the late Eva
Peron. In New York and Holly Hollywood,
wood, Hollywood, she has served as social sec
retary to Denise Darcel ,and Linda
When she went to work for Miss
Darcel, she vowed, sht would
"make-a lady" out of tie actress.
MISS GRACE MULLER, Stock Control Branch, Quartermaster Quartermaster-)
) Quartermaster-) Section employe, receives a Suggestion Award Certificate and
, Cash Award of $80 from Col. W. R. Seymour, USARCARD3
Quarwrmasteri for -aa adopted .Work Simplification proposal, s
In studying he clothing and equipage unit. Miss Muller appll-v
t ed a number of work simplifications techniques with outstand outstanding
ing outstanding effectiveness.- This resulted in changes In layout and.
processes, better use of skills and equipment plus the use of,
less office equipment A total of $7281 m tangible savings wast
; obtained from the adoption 01 Miss Muller's Improvements. .
: (U.S. Army Photo)
Austrian Order of the Star and
Pope Pius XII telegraphed his
blessing to ,the. newly weds. ;
Dam To Be Bifilt ;;
On Uruguay River.
LIMA, Peru, July 26 (UP) -The
newspaper La Prensa yesterday
quoted sources close to the presi presidents
dents presidents of Brazil and Uruguay as
saying that Argentina. Brazil and
Uruguay have agreed' tentatively
to erect a huge hydroelectric pow
er plant on tne Uruguay, Kiver to
serve all three countries.
The cost of the project, estimat estimated
ed estimated at 400 million dollars,; would be
financed jointly by them,, the, re-
! ;r'-L. 'i &
Su Anthony Society
Fair Tomorrow. NigHt
-;The Sti' Anthony Benevolent
Society will hold the second hPlf
of a-fair tomofrow ttiprht at thH
Corinthian Temple on Central
Ave. 1 v
- .The fair begins at1:30 p.ni.
Labor Day Hop
Scheduled By ;
' The Club Diamantes of Santa
Crus will hold a "Labor Day Hop"
in honor of Alternate Deputy-elect
Clarence McAllister of the -province
of Colon. This dance will be
held at the Santa Cruz Service
Center on Monday, Sept. 3, from
6 p.m. until 2 a.m. a -;.,
Music for the dance will be by
Emuto Sempris and his Rumba
Casino orchestra. f
-"Have you Tires
NEW TIRE COST
y$Qj-l SIZE 6 70 x 15
- STRONGER LAST LONGER
i' -'mi '4
' TRANS-ISTHMIAN HIGHWAY
(Next to National Dis tiller-Age wood
Red China Ties v
' DAMASCUS, Syria, July
(UP)' j- The Syrian ; government
yesieraay announcea it win estab
lish diplomatic relations with Com
t,( 1 1 i 1 f H )i "H v
a "i 1 14. j. gk -j. u
, t f i 'f Hi.,"- v
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w I. 0 1
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mi 7s Due to
-,Ai-"i- "- ,,'-( '1-. tf.
: ;; higher wages
: ahd increased
' cost of many
a j ; 1 a...
, A' -s, 1
f J ; A'
Will be raised about 10; as of
T "' i (' v j
If your want lo gel Gorham Sterling ;
at the ord prices; you can do so until
July 3st. Ye shall be glad to see you
j,::,-;:: SILVER RENTER
Ul CENTRAt AVENUE PANAMA
P lo) A M T M
I Skit :
Come TOMORROW, FRIDAY July 27th
I ?th AMMIVERSARY SALE
Tivoli Branch Store No. 18-60 Tivoli Ave.
Formerly from 19.95 to 65.00
r;07 from 8.95 lo 35.00
,t Figure Flattering -Styles.
; to make you
feel like la Fashionr
' r -( i
t Formerly ,. ; from 4.95
, NOW v :.:v;from tUO
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, . t v r
i ' : i j if
Formerly ...from 8.95
(srai toifHiii t)8)
i ;)r; -.jv;.,- : -' ,. A- 1
I New Nylon Hosiery!
.". "ft. i -'i
SwimsiiUs from 3.95 ;
IBeach Capes 4)3.95 i
Beach Bags .. ...1.50
. . : FINEST .MAKES
Khinestone. .;. rf
White or ......... i
; Colored Stonea ....
Earrings' Necklaces, : -,
i .. etc. etc. ;
Now from 50c
...... '., AND
- All Sizes
Mow from $.50
FRENCH PERFUMES ; :
Bottled and Made "in Franc ; ;-'
' ;-' Slightly Evaporated f
. NOW DRASTICALLY;
In All Colors and Styles!
r In All Sizes
Now r frbm 50c
C.: fc" .i.i. i ..;!
' SORRY I CASH SALES ONLY NO : RETURNS ; NO ALTERATIONS
OPEN FROM 9;00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. and during Noon Hour
No. I8 60
w I' M t rd I 1 i 1 i (III Al
... a a m a i v. Mt'iti w m it mi
TIVOLI AVE. BRANCH STORE ONLY!
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.' Moving Day
? T. BAttUn
Showdown On Postal Rate Increases
Finds Odds Stacked Against Measure
WASHINGTON. July (UP)-
; A Senate post office subcommittee
agreed io hol4' a showdown today
, en President Eisenhower's propos
al to Taise postal rates about 430
million dollars a year. The .-odds
we stacked against it. J v s
irie "measure, generally opposed
y Democrats, would increase the
cost of mailing 1 first class letter
from 3 to 4 cents, hike airmail
from to 7 cents and raise second
: and third class mailing rates.
The hill was approved by the
House but has been stalled in the
. five man Senate subcommittee
headed by Sen., Olin D. Johnston
(D-S.C). He said the btoud will
meet tomorrow to decide whether
to recommend a bill or continue
If (t should decide to go a.
t head with the hearings, it would
! deem the measure for this set set-I
I set-I sion since Democratic leaders
I ere sheeting for adjournment by
. 1 tomorrow.'.' ;
Mr f!i.fnhnwr tnM Wim DaiuiK
, lican congressional lieutenants at
j 1. . .. 1
uier regmar weeKiy nuacue yes-
xeraay ne nopea sometntng could
be done to push the postal In-
crease bill along.
Senate Republican Leader Wil Wil-liam
liam Wil-liam F. Knowland (Calif.) told the
: doubt in hie mind that the bill
would he sent to the Senate floor
" fcefore the lawmakers quit.
- Johnston th uiWmmillu
"certainly could not adopt in to-
10 me ouse-passei postal rate
bill if it does decide to act on it.
Johnston said he personally
eppeses boosting first class rates
v, and the ether, subcommittee
members differ with the House
approved hoist" in 'second class
The subcommittee will take tes
tlmony for an hour and 45 minutes
today before eoina behind Closed
door to consider its decision. It
heard only seven of 17 scheduled
witnesses at a two hour hearing
yesterday. Johnston said at least
30 more want to testify this week.
Ivan Veit, promotion and re research
search research director for the New York
Times, testified that the House
Dill would hike toe newspapers
second class mail charges about
105 per cent. He said this is "far
in excess of what it costs the
Post Office Department to handle
the Times. ,.
(Uitf True Life Adventures
New Drug Used
In Animal Surgery
CHICAGO (UP) A new drug
is fulfilling a long need for a rela
tively risk-free muscle-relaxing
agent for use with anesthetics in
veterinary surgery, a professional
The Journal of the American
Veterinary Medical Association
said that auccinylcholine Iodide
"has provided a new approach to
the problem of anesthesia of large
animals In veterinary surgery.
1 The article in the journal said
the drug has been used routinely
on about 500 horses without toxic
reaction or other complications.
It also has proved valuable in
surgery on dogs, toe journal said
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4:00 Garry Moor
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When buying appliances. . Sec
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. bridge, th beach, the hairdresser's or movies!"
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STEEL PROFITS HIT ALL-TIME HIGH-The steel industry last ywr, lor the first tune jn
history, made over one billion dollars in net profits, The chart shows the comparative profits for t
.. ,, Air of n mrninaniM rraresentinr almost 94 per cent ot the na-
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tion's steel producers. Last year's record-breaking total is 40 per cent higher than the previous J
record set in 1950. Projectinf tnese ngures irom ne si per cent oi u
pet cent capacity indicates that the steel Industry made 1.1 billion dollars in net profits last, v
year. Data Irom Steel Magazine. ' ,- ', V
-lousing Bill Goes To --Senate
On Take-lt-Or-Leave-lt Basis
WASHINGTON July 26 (UP)
he House passed a "comprom-
e" housing bill tailored, to rresi-
nt F.ispnhower's specifications
hd set it to the senate- on wser
or-leave-it basis yesteraay.
The measure was "approved by
Ma vnfc after members voted
l5 to 24 to junk the House Bank-
g Committee's proposal, nuuu
1,000 public Dousing units in ecu
: we riext,jthree years. ,.
Instead! the House, adopted Mr.
iconhnwer'n more modest pro-
ram of S5.000 units in each of the
bxt two-years. 7 While the main
feht was on miblic housing, "the
feasure also would liberalize bth-
federal bousing programs ana
ake home buying easier, j
The. measure now goes to the
Senate which voted to authorize
1354)00, publle housing unitstai
bach of the next five years. The
Senate can accept the bill, ask
tor a 'conference to resolve cm-
Ferences or amend the measure
knd return it.
But House backers of the com-
omise said privately there wiu
s no bill unless the Senate -ac-ipts
the House version. It was
immcroil out as an answer to a
tadlock which had threatened to
s up all housing legislation ana
;rhaps delay adjournment." a
Sen. John J. Sparkman (D-Ala.),
hairman of the Senate banking
ibcommittee on housing, m a a e
ain he does not uitci 'a rtase
. ... -j i ; lnn
te Diu. sparnman sam in yiua
offer "'some reasonaoie amena-
lents" to the House bill and. then
bd it back to the House ano i
lem decide whether tney;.wam a
pusmg Dill or not, -.
w nneht trt have legislation,"
t said, "but the world won't fall
I we have no housing bill." ;
RMI WilliamlB. Widnall (R-H.
LI author of the compromise, aaid
m timk "the best" from the ad
tinistration't bill, the Democratic
louse bill and the Senate bill,
i House Republican Leader Joseph
f. Martin Jr. (Mass.) said the
ill "meets all the desires" of
fresMent Eisenhower. Speaker
Only sbt more passengers ean
accommodated for a weekend
nir to the San Bias Island on
i iwrillv-Drlced. special trip ar-
knged in cooperation with tht
FSO-JWB Armed Forces1' Service
enter, it was announced today.
The tour, fixed at $20. will start
ki Saturday, at Tocumen airport
nd extend through Sunday. The
ill-inclusive fare includes round
rip by airplane,, boat fare,, hotel
ccommodations with meals, and
ightseeing. The 'menu specialties
rill be filet mignon and lobster.
Water skis, surf boards, and
need boat will be made avails,
le at a nominal fee. J 1
t or miormauon ana re servauon,
lephone the USO-JWB Armed
orces Service Center, Balboa
Sam Bayburn called it Va good
,, lite House passed the bill un un-dtr
dtr un-dtr strict ruies iimiring hw law
makers to a cnoice between tne-l
binKing Committee em, f n e
compretnise or neither,' Ruies
fcomminee Chairman nowira
W. bmim (U-va. called tne re restrictions
strictions restrictions hie "most arestic gag gag-ruie
ruie gag-ruie I nave ever seen."
ine compromise "carries these
Auuioruy lor the Federal Hous
ing Aomiiiistrauoa to insure a ou ou-non
non ou-non noiiars worm of home mort
gage wans in ine next year
"AUlhoruy to conunue tne mili
tary nousmg program for noiner
mrec years ana insure construe
(ion loans totauing i,100,uuo,uuo.
. iielaxiug tne. goveinmem s see
ouuary mortgage marKet agency s
restneuons lo mate it eaer ioi'
ouudera to get construction wani
in areas where mortgage money is
scarce. .; s ...... ?..-.
persons over S' would get
preference on applications for
public low-rent h e u a i n g, and
down payment requirements for (
buying homes would, be made
easier for them.-. i.
Extension of the 'fbverament's
home repair and improvement
ban program for i'three more
years. The ceiling on such loans
would be raised from $2,500 4o
$3,500 and the loan term would be
extended from the present three
years to five years.,- 4 .
Down payment requirements for
low cost homes would be cut. A
$9,000 house would require a $450
down payment insteaa of tne pres
ent $900. !-:
Blight areas of cities struck by
flood hurricane, fire,; earthquake
or other disaster would be eligi eligible
ble eligible for special urban renewal
loans and other assistance, provid provided
ed provided the President declared the ca catastrophe
tastrophe catastrophe a major disaster.
r; 1 ,5f
lo Play Sunday :
Al B:!i33 JYB :
" Mlss' Dolores Leacock.will enter entertain
tain entertain at the piano on Sunday, from
4 to 6 p.m., at the USO-JWB Arm
ed Forces Service Center.-
MIks Leacock. whose style of
play calls to mind the great Ha
zel Scott, began ner musical ca career
reer career at the aae of four being tu
tored at home by her mother, Ly Ly-dia
dia Ly-dia Holder, a concert pianist of
the first rank. The pianist has al
so received jormai mstrucuons
with the gifted Hans Janowiti and
ChoretL'v : : .; :
Miss Leacock. who began teach
ing piano at the age. of fifteen in
the Centro Amador Guerrero School
held a contract of eight consecu consecutive
tive consecutive years with the Louisiana Cock Cocktail
tail Cocktail Lounge. At present she is the
featured pianist of the O. K. Ami-
KemeDerea tor ner outstanaing
performances, at Office rs' Clubs
in tbe Canal Zone. Miss Leacock
will base her- entire performance
around the requests o( tbe audience.-"-
""' --'.f i.
Servicemen and their denend-
dents and the general public are
invited to participate in the song-
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By OSWALD JACOB Y
Written for NEA Service"
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Pass IV ...Double
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Opening lead $
South made 11 'tricks with the
greatest of ease in today's hand.
Then tbe arguments began. South
wouldn't feel so happy at game in
clubs if West opened a spade, was
one opinion.- -Who-cared about
South's happiness, ftortb, wanted
to know. Just let him take the
diamond finesse and he'd make
five clubs even if West, opened a
green suit '. nrfv
..iiue vms p. -ajrki
ment went on. i..e via vers" ever
looked the Important details. How
should South bid to reach a game
contract, and which game contract
to begin with, South bould: re respond
spond respond to the takeout double with
a bid of three clubs instead of
mere two. A takeout double prom
ises a nana oi greater strength
than 4 minimum opening bid.
Therefore the responder can afford
to invite 1 game if be has about
eight points with good distribution.
v., "..,'3 -; i X ""
"As most experts play It,' South
can force to game by bidding the
opponent's suit. Ih this case.
South would bid two hearts with
about another lung.' A jump re-.
sponse in a new suit is highly
invitational but. not completely
foremg. north would pass three
clubs if he had a very light take
out double. He would accept the
invitation if he had sound values
for his double, .; ;j vi4
' tn this, case.. South would' bid
three clubs, and North would have
a problem. If Worth bid four ciuds,
South would bid five. If North
made the somewhat delicate bid of
three diamonds, South would bid
three no-trump. In either case,
however, South would get? to -a
sound came contract: The impor
tant thing was to begin by bidding
three clubs. .v
Governor Of J Cyprus Hails British Move
Towards Drawing Ujy Liberal Constitution
GettThs up ni&irrs
If tou (uftor from Getting XJp
3 KlghU, BukMlM, Lcc "mi, um oc
Vigour, NorroumoM or waknit, yon :i
honld hlp your rroi wina n n-mcdiataly
mcdiataly n-mcdiataly with Rogana. Thli mdlcin;
nakM you foel younger, itronger,
bl to deep without interruption.'
Oet nogen from your chejnlet today.
LONDON, July 28 Field Mar.
shal Sir John Harding, gover governor
nor governor of terrorist-wracked Cy Cyprus,
prus, Cyprus, recently broadcast to' Cy Cypriote
priote Cypriote Ms opinions on the ap appointment
pointment appointment of LordJtadcUffe to
Initiate the drafting of a liber liberal
al liberal constitution for their Island,
i Following are the views of the
commander whose -duty it has
been to" lace some of the most
deadly ..-terrorism in the world
i;"Thls afternon in'the House of
Commons the Prime Minister,
Sir Anthony Eden,' announced
that Her Majesty's Government
have appointed Lord Radcllffe
as Constitutional Commissioner
for Cyprus and that he will be
leaving London for Cyprus to tomorrow.,,
morrow.,, tomorrow.,, (Radcllffe has now
' -....i '1., ij?-!f'-.-;.,.
rf i iais is pooa news.
"It provides the opportunity
te ret on with something con
struct ive and to get away from
the waste and futility of vio-
jienoe. . .
1 f pondered very eareTully ber
fore recommending to Her Maj
esty's Government t that any
move should be made on tne po political
litical political side before violence had
been- overcome. ,r
"Butt-now that the terrorists
are beginning to crack I see no
reason why we should delay fcny
further In giving the great mass
nt 'in' neorjle: wMo are heartily
sick of violence and all its con
sequences, the prospect of coop cooperating
erating cooperating in the development of
"There will of course be no
. relaxation whatsoever lit the
drve against terrorism. There
can be no place in any civilized
society -for the sort of 'people
kwho ; brutally murder a per perfectly
fectly perfectly harmless couple out on
-a- peaceful Sunday afternoon
?'Jhe drive against terrorism
is going well. We have Sealed off
outside supplies of larmsf every
week we' eapture more stocks of
arms' inside the Island." t
, ,"Alore information; is coming
in. More key men In the'terroj the'terroj-ht
ht the'terroj-ht organization have'been taken
into custody and more and .more
of their secrets arebeing re-
eueu. The steaay ana sustain sustained
ed sustained pressure of the. Security forc forces
es forces wiir sooner or-"laterv break
But the defeat f this Hl Hl-"Starred.
"Starred. Hl-"Starred. and ill-conceived at-
tempt, to enforce extretniai po po-..1'lical
..1'lical po-..1'lical demands by bloodshed
and violence is only part of
the problem. There most be po- :
Iftical progress as 4 well of a
kind whkh can be accepted by l
the people of Cyprus with hon honour
our honour and with self-respect.. l
"When'-. Lord Radcllffe has
finished his tasTc-everyone will
te e. to see in det.aH just La
.sure of constitution Is envisaged
for Cyprus. We aret most f or
tunate in' having' so distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished a man as Lord -Radcllffe with
big wide experience and brilliant
brain to -undertake this -task
- "On, his present visit his iniain
object will be to acquaint him
self with the people of Cyprus
and their way of life so that
from the very beginning he will
always see in his mind's eye real
peopld. with real problems
"He .will-see and understand
thel proud Hellenic- tradition of
thk Greek-Cyprlot and the
sturdy national spirit of
"He will I am sure wish to
acknowledge these vital emotion emotional
al emotional factors when trying to plan
a form of government la which
all communities can join in
serving Cyprus the land of their
-If there ;is ene thine; this
last difficult year has shown
it Is that the problem of Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus is a complicated one.
There are many conflict, ng in interests
terests interests involved, each valid in
its own way. We shall uot find
an immediate solution.
"We shaU not find one- at all
unless "all parties concerned are
wllllne to see other people's
points of view and to work for
a soiuuon-m a spini oi give auu
take..; -i :
' '"" '' :,
"If we rush, at this problem, If
we Ignore real dangers,, if we
shout like the leaders of EOKA
that unless we have it all -our
own way we will destroy every everything
thing everything in a- fiolocaust that is
just what may. happen and such
a disaster -would -not only v in involve
volve involve Cyprus but other .coun .countries
tries .countries III this part" of the world
as well. ;
; TS& let- us use patience and
eommonsense and tackle this
problem one step at a time. "I
SL Paul's Allar
Guild To. Observe
" The Altar Guild of St. Paul's
Church, Panama, will observe
its 88th Anniversary with apprc-r
priate services and special func
tions tnrougnout ine aay Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. - 4 -
At the- P a.m. -celebration of
the Eucharist there will he a re-
dedication of the .Guild and cor
porate communion of its mem members.
bers. members. ; -. .,
T In th afternoon a tea will be
given at -the Jamaican Society
auditorium -lor members and
thel? guests,; or
In the afternoon a tea will be
given at the Jamaican Society
Auditorium for members, and
their guests.. w
. -i ; .i
Invitations have been, sent to
all parishes and missions of the
Episcopal -Church on the. Isth
mus, ."'TV ? t
' Other aervlces at the church
throuehout the day ..will- be as
V i : .'-r.
Carol, Uwin Takes
Overdose Of Pills
. NEW YORK, July 2 (UP)TeI (UP)TeI-evision
evision (UP)TeI-evision executive Carol Irwin,: co co-producer
producer co-producer of the show "M a m a,"
was1 found semi-conscious in her
apartment yesterday from an over
dose of sleeping puis, pouce saia.
Miss Irwin, believed '-to have
been upset because her program
was going off the air, was report reported
ed reported In "fairly good" condition in
St. Luke's Hospital.
the know that Lord Radcllffe will be
prepared to listen to anv reore-
.seniauons wnicn may be made
to him in Cyprus by neODle here. 1
Scon I hope will come the task
of Working the constitution with
sincerity and good will fcr the
benefit of all in the Island. j
"But before 'we wach thai
stage we must all work td cre create
ate create conditions In- Cyprus in
which civilized and democratic
poliitca! life can flourish in
wnich: men can speak without1
fear and with an indenendent
"The time has eeme for the
ordinary people of Cyprus to
think for themselves and speak
up for themselves, it is you, the
people of Cyprus, the farmers,
the workmen in tht towns, tbe
school teachers and parents of
children, the pro lessJonal
men, the merchants and shop shopkeepers,
keepers, shopkeepers, the civil servants it
's yoa .who are the men and
women who really count in the
social, -economic and portical
life of the Island. It is you
who can shape Its future
course. .. -, -, ;
"With the1 drafting of a liberal
constitution and the chanc? of
self-government the people of
Cyprus can look forward to the
future with purpose and with
"Let us make a constructive
effort. Let us all wish good luck
to Lord Radcllffe and give nun
our full support
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B047, 7th St. Phone 714 Colon.
FOR SALE: Baby Bassinette
lika aaw. Above Panama Auta,
Automobile Raw 45, Apt. Ne. 3.
FOR SALE: Faatry aat, vary
aad condition. Bart affar. Call
3-7144; Qtrl. 2065-BCm-ruadu,
FOR SALE: Westingheuse re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator $75, 25-cycla. Diablo
Heights 5520. Phone 2-4126.
FOR SALE.- Philippine Rattan
Irving room 5-pe. set $25. Slat
Straat 9 aaar Piscina), Jatta
FOR SALI: Radio-record play play-r,
r, play-r, badroem tat, small refriger refrigerator,
ator, refrigerator, dininf raam tat. Phone I-
4059 from I te 5 p.m.
FOR SALE.- Kaamart utamatit
washar $150; bamboa and ma ma-hef
hef ma-hef any i ttaa tabla $15; ataal
iraaini baaral $5; lamp, ate.
Panama 3-0409. Aat. Na 2
"Cariba Bldf." Riearda Arlat
Straatv Campa Alaart.
FOR SALE: Houia at Balla
Vitta with all convanitneaa, fir
far diplomatic raiidanea, consul consul-Jrtt
Jrtt consul-Jrtt ar aHica. Call 3-1619. '
j Playground Sports
- a Tnirlv. Marearitt Gymnan-
', um ws.pt scene of m "f
! boB "E," 'C," and 'D" Leagues
t parUc icapating. The firsr g a m e
M.r.rit "E" tpart behind
1 by 10 points gojng into the lourth
quarter and they came ahead to
! score 19 points winning the game
3S to 28.
. :u;l, man for MarcantS W8S
' Jack Williams with 22 points. High
' wan for Balboa was Ashton with
; points. Margarita's "E" team
The "D" League game was won
v.., Btihn with a score of 44 to 23.
Hih point man for Balboa was
- Marouard with 15 points, runner up
! was Lou French with 14. High man
. f Marearita was Charles Bath
t with T.
Thm, Barooa 'C" League team
? rir th third same with a score
of 48 to 17. Worden Freneh star star-t
t star-t red for Balboa making 24 points
' for bis team. Allen Jacques was
' i high man for Margarita with 10,
FOR SALE OR FOR RENT: At
raatonabla price, property aaar
tha Caiina Santa Clara, Ria Ha--to.
5,425 hactaraa (54,250 aq.
anattri), all barbad wira (ancad,
rhrat buildinaja in ptrfact candi candi-tioa,
tioa, candi-tioa, all modarn cenvaniencet,
watar-mill (abundant watar aup aup-aly
aly aup-aly all yaar), garaga, antrance
n all waathar read, concrete
highway from Panama City ta
tha property, bordering tha Ma Ma-jagval
jagval Ma-jagval Rrver, ran minute by car
ta tha Santa Clara Batch, five
minutat ta tha Catina. Haaeaa
art built an tha canter, thut
gutranttalng privacy; Dry healthy
climate. Apply te Carlot Julia'
Quijane't Office, tth Straat N.
5-30, Panama City, 'Phene 2-2718.
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY:
'51 Chavrelct 4 -door, standard
shift. Phone 3116 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1946 Hudaan, goad
condition, $75. Phaaa Colon
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
210, radio, backup lights, direc directional!,
tional!, directional!, teat cavara, excellent
condition $1350. Call 14-4253.
MUST SELL: 1953 Ferd Ranch.
Wagen, excellent cenditiea, vary
raaaanable. Can bt Men anytima
Qtn. 3 10-A, Clayton. Phone
Clayton 7251 before 4:00 ar
4239 after 4:30.
FOR SALE. 1947 Packard Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, gaad condition, clean inte interior.
rior. interior. Phone Diabla Hts. 2-3516.
BOX 2031. ANCON. CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
FOR SALE: Book and recerdt of
"Living Spanish" courts $25;
playpen and pad $10; baby but-i
- gy and pad $8.50. Phone 3186
FOR SALE: Aquariums, Chinese
chest, drawer, desk. Phone Na Navy
vy Navy 3538.
FOR SALE: Smith Premier
typewriter, English keyboard. Int
quire Libreria Preciade. :
Honeymqoner Marilyn's Hubby
Cited By House For Contempt
i foi; aqualung part
' in undersea film
r Qualifications are:
1) Ability to swim and dive.
Willingness for make trip
on a launch: of ne or two
weeks to Lat Perlas, San
Bias, Escnda, ete.
Write full partienlars and and-experience
experience and-experience to tINDERSEAS,
' Box 5037, Ancon..C.
IBP0E,Of W Elks
Youth' Field Day
Saturday At Gamboa
Plans have been completed for
the I.B.P.O.E. of W. Elks youth
Field Day at Gamboa on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, July 28, commencing at 9:30
RacejLLlaas."E" Girls 50 yds.
Class "B,t Boys, 75 Yda., 9:40
Class "A". Girls, 75 Yds., 9:50
Class "A" Boys, 100 yds., 10:00
Jr. Daughter Rulers Special
50 yds. 10:10 a.m.
Jr. Exalted Rulers Special 100
yds. 10:20 a.m.
Volley ball (glru), Atlantic
vs Pacific, 10:30 a.m.
Softball, (Boys), Atlantic vs.
pacific, 10:30 a.m.
Dancing from 1:00 p.m.
through 9:00 p.m., orchestra Rit Rit-mo
mo Rit-mo Tropical..
WASHINGTON, luly 26 (UP)
Arthur Miller, prue-wmmng play-,
wright now honeymooning in Eu Europe
rope Europe with movie star Marilyn Mon
roe, has been cited by the. House
tor contempt of Congress, s
ine House cited Miller yesterday
for refusing to identify for the
House committee on un-American
Activities persons with whom he
attended allegedly pro-Communist
meetings in 1947.
The roll call to. cite Miller was
373 -to 9. I
Eight Democrats and- one Re Republican
publican Republican voted against Miller's ci citation.
tation. citation. Thev were Reos: Abraham
A, Multer (N.Y.), Emanuel Cellar
(N.Y.), Arthur G. -Klein (N.Y.)
James Koosevelt (Calif.). Chet
Holifield (Calif.), Alfred D. Sic
minski (N.J.). Frank Thompson
jr. (N.J.) and irwtn D. Davidson
(N.Y.) All Democrats and Shep-i
ara j. urumpacKer (K-ina.).
ine citation now coes to the
Justice Department for a final de.
cision on whether to prosecute Mir
ier. The maximum penalty for a
contempt of Congress conviction
is one year in prison and a $1,000
line oa eacn count.
ATTENTION 6. L! Just built
medera furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hat. cold villi,
Phone Peaaera 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bdroom apart apartment
ment apartment on Riearda Arias Street,
Campa Alegi. Bathroom, maid's
, room, hot water, near Via Espa Espa-na.
na. Espa-na. Phone 3-6846 r 2-2341.
FOR RENT. Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment $50. Via Porrat 101. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-2568.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartr
meats, military inspected, screen screened.
ed. screened. Call 2-3065,
FOR RENT: Apartment com completely
pletely completely furnished, ana bedroom
with balcony. 120 Via Portal.
FOR RENT: El Cangrtjo, mad madam
am madam 2-bedraom apartment, hot
water, garaga. Balboa 2-1651,
2-3382. Roberta. .
FOR RENT; Attractive apart apartments
ments apartments (furnished and 'unfur 'unfurnished),
nished), 'unfurnished), across from Hotel El
Panama. $75 and $80v Quiet
and cool, Pleasa inquire at Foto
Halcen, same vicinity; Phone 3 3-6032
6032 3-6032 or 3-1179.
Gramlich't Santa Ciara Beach
Cottages. Madam conveniences,
moderate ratti. Phaaa Gambea
BEACHSIDE vacatiea Santa Cla-
ra. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phane Thompson Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Ocoaaside Cartages,
Santas Clara. Box 435, Balbea.
Phane Panama 3-1877. Crista-'
be) 3 -1673.
Beldwin's furnished apartmenra
at Santa Clara Beach. Tela,
phone Smith, Balbea 381.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. Oaa mile past Ca Catina.
tina. Catina. Phana Panama 2-1515.
' FOR RENT: Furnished raam,
bath and entrance independent,
for one parson. Between 7-9
p.m. Phone 3-6046. 2nd Street,
Perejil (Temistecles Diss St.)
Ne. 7-189, upstairs.
FOR RENI: Furnished 2-bed-ream
bouse .with 2 bathrooms,
studio-dining room, large caver caver-ad
ad caver-ad parch with bar, kitchen,
maid's quarters, swimming poet.
Elvira Mandea Straat, "Campa
Afcgre" Na. 5. Phane 3-0908,
3-0918, ask for La Terra.
FOR RENT: Modern small
house: 2 bedrooms, furnished,
water, light, fas. Completely in independent.
dependent. independent. Married cauple with without
out without children. "F" Street, El Can-
greie. Phone 3-5640.
FOR RENT; Vacation quarters,,
available immediately Call Bal-'
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
Three bedrooms; twa bathrooms,
indoor porch. On the comer of
40tb East and Ave. Mexico. For
reference call Pantma 3-3084.
FOR RENT. Chalet, three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, maid a room. "F" Street,
El Cangrejo.. Information. Phone
2-2582 ar 2-1612.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
at Vista Hemtesa, Third Street.
Fifty dollars. Far information call
FOR RENT Nicely furnished,
email apartment or room. Best
residential section. 43rd Street
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
new buildings 3 bedrooms with 2
baths, maid's 'room with' own
bath, sitting, dining rooms, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, porch, garage, at 'El Cangre-je,"-
building 'Monterrey," Ave.
Argentina. Sea Da Castro, Ave.
C No. 24. Phone 2-1616.
Miller, author ef tho Pulitxer
Prixa winning "Death af a Sales Salesman,"
man," Salesman," had considerable trouble
getting a passport to accompany
the shapely Mist Menraa to Eng England
land England for their honeymoon. v
Wheh he first aoolied. the State
Department insisted on a n o n-
tommumst affidavit. He provided
n omy to ne asxed for mora in
formation. Only then did the de
partment grant him a temporary
FOR RENT: One end two-bed-
raam i apartments, unfurnished,
very cool, ocean view. Uruguay,
Street Ne. 1-22.
The House committee made no
fore the committee also were cit
spite the fact that it already had
asKed toe House to cite Miller for
contempt :., ;
Miller, in his appearance before
the committee en June 21, spoke
freely of bis own past Communist
associations. But he repeatedly
refused (o name anyone else. He
said his "conscience" would not
permit it. He said he never had
been a Communist," v;
Seven other former witnesses be before
fore before the committee also were cit'
ed by the House. They were Otto
natnan, New York University pro.'
fessor and executor of the estate,
of the late Albert Einstein: George'
ryne, a flew York actor; ; Elliott1
Sullivan, also a New York actor:
reter seeger, an entertainer: MrsJ
Anne xasguar luing, jonn w.
Simpson and William E. Davis,
all of St. Louis.
There waa a flurry of debate
before the House took the roll call
vote. Multer. wanted to know what
the information tho committee
sought from Miller had to do with
Chairman Francis E. Walter (D-
Pa.) said the committee has other
functions in addition to making
Rep. Donald L. Jackson (R-Cal-
K.). a member of the committee.
said the reason given by Miller for
refusing to give the committee the
names it sought bad na legal
He said if the reason was per permitted
mitted permitted to stand it would present
-a ciear pattern tor future wit- r ij i
nesses and might "destroy" the' OVV1 Meeting
tuiumiure a useiumess,
275 Latin American Students
Start Classes At Fort Gulick
WANTED: Bilingual book, i
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Irsh stating desired starting sal- I
ary, experience and phone num- I'
bar ta Box 705. Panama. j
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from accredited college or uni.
varsity including net lass than
30 semester hours in Library
Science essential. Apply ta Staff
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Lcdy bedor Licks
NEW YORK, July 26 (UP) -An
attractive 26-y ear-old ;woman doc
tor from Alabama, who compiled,
a brilliant academic record de
spite the handicap of cerebral pal-
sy, sailed yesterday aboard the 11
de France for 4 year of special-, i
ized study in Europe.
Dr. Am Marie Travis of Bir-i
mingham will spend a year at the -Institute
of Neurology in London -and
then return to this country 1
"to do what I can as a teacher to i
help wipe-put this dreaded di-'
Approximately 275 Latin Ameri
can students from 16 countries are
expected to begin classes this
week at the USARCARIB School
at Fort .Gulick.
Beginning the second half of
t, .Ml -... J.. .. J at a imam a a
fn i ..Pkatri? neurology
tTri... ..it iZ Jcroni united cereDrai raisy i
irwSrTa nUT lt? Rearch and Educational Foun
11 LaUD """.dation She said the journey was:
; "' t"-.:.:.
Students are currently studying
FOR RENT; Army Inspected
furnished 7 -bedroom apartment,
, all conveniences. Across Ancon
tBusstop, 17-18 Fourth 'of July
t Ave. Phone 2-5113.
1956 activity, the school's instruc-ja variety of artillery, automotive,
tor force is set to ouer i regu- tieio graoe otucer, engineer, com
lar nd two special courses to the indications, military police and
international contingent. Fif teeen j weapons courses.. Communications
Peruvians will attend a special; and weapons courses are the most
small arms repair course and sev-ibeavuy attended this terra.
en Venezuelans are scneduied to
study in the school's first special
radar course. , v-
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Identification and : membership
'cards in billfold lost near P.R.R.'
station, Panama, July 22, Keep
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in good condition. Price
$1,500 easy terms. Call
Eisenmann, phone 2-4505.
Conferees Predict Swift Passage
Of Compromise Foreign Aid Bill
WASHINGTON, July 28 (UP) The Senate House conference
(Continued from Page 1)
titlon from the town people.
Countries represented at Fort
Gulick include Bolivia, Brazil, Chi Chile.
le. Chile. Colombia. Costa Rica. Cnha El
nfCr-nr anrl MiHsterl men have Salvador. F.rnsdor nnittmsli
been flvins in from all points of Honduraas, Mexico. Nicarasna Pa-
the compass since last week and i raguay,, Peruyennzueia and Uru-
more are expectea oy me enu ui guay. .w t 3
this week.' Of the total number of
students, approximately 60 per
cent are officers.
U. S. Army students will be
absent from the scam for fho
first time since tho school was
founded In 14. School official
began a "phase out" program in
January and completed the
move by mid-year. In Ht seven
years of activity, the school
graduated 7,918 U. S. officers
and enlisted men.
Headquarters, USARCARIB, or ordered
dered ordered the elimination of courses
for U. S. personnel when it was
determined the command had a
sufficient number of framed per
the "fruition of a dream."
Dr. Travis received her Ph. D.
degree from the University of Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin following undergraduate
work at Birmingham-Southern Col College.
lege. College. She tnterned at Birmingham
Baptist Hospital. Dr. Travis had
authored a number of papers on
A slight spastic, Dr.. Travis' a a-Cademic
Cademic a-Cademic accomplishments were
described as "superb" by J. Paul
Reynolds; associate dean at Flor Florida
ida Florida State University and former,
uon from ine town OT"- .Jsonnel on hand to fUl existing and
7. Proposal that the theaters in vacancies. Another decid decid-lablo
lablo decid-lablo Heights and Cristobal go to L f t m foaMing num-
a three-nieht-a-week oDeration, be
cause of a serious drop in altehd altehd-ance.
ance. altehd-ance. Council representatives were
requested to find cut from the res residents
idents residents in those communities which
l three nights of the week are per-
House appropriations subcommit., mendment providing1 that no funds f ?.t JhTh
iee preuicieu twin passage oy we m tne biu can be used for mili'w
House today of the compromise: tary aid to Yugoslavia except foi'S??1 wouia. Pretert
? ni hiiiinn fnicm .u Kin !u '..u fj"!. : Potter sueeested.
The Louisiana Democrat acted, equipment oreviously furnishes. VrrKrtS
c rki raiin nf tha hnm. n!.j u .1 ..... j Jnr that the board Of OirCCtOrS
nirea, uie measure uues not r :.:. n0 k .. ,. .... ,.
rees who agreed with Senate con- cut off previously-voted funds for PPved a plan for r n
ferees yesterday on the appropna- military aid to Tito. Approximate-committees to the.5L,rf?fnr;PreXV Of ROtOrV
tion figure. Passman said he hop-! i 100 million dollars worth nf mil- Cancer Committee and Crusade for wl "y1"'
ed to make the compromise bill itarv assistant-, alrearlv it in th ice
"ine iirst oraer 01 Business tuaay pipeune for Yugoslavia.
ber of school .trained personnel
being transferred to the Canal
Zone from the States.. .
' With the elimination of U. S.
courses, school instructors have
placed increased emphasis on
their Spanish-language program.
Diplomas have been presented to
5,364 Central and South American
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The ban also does not interfere
The Conference committee Split with future ronnmii ir1 tn Titn
the difference between foreign aid!
totals approved earlier by House,
and Senate. The House originally; Cjcenri flPftlhlV
voted $3.43 billion for the overseas,-' tcr." 1'cu,,l,
program, xne senate voted
Tha conferees alloted 2 billion
dollars far direct military aid,
nearly $,200,000,000 for "defense
support" indirect : military aid,
250 million dollars for economic
assistance, 152 m 1 1 1 1 o n dollars
for "paint four" technical assist assistance
ance assistance and 185 million dollar for
The administration originally!
bad reauested $4,900,000,000. The
rnmnnmise was more than one
bilUon dollars less tnan mat nui
. (Continued from Page 1)
Vstke so deeply in the water.
But tne damage to the Stock Stockholm
holm Stockholm bow showed she must
have suffered a tremendous,
Lifeboats bobbed about the
ships. They were filled with
brleht red life jackets.
A helicopter hovered over the
Stockholm then dipped down to
a space bleared on its deck to re'
move the injured.
about one billion dollars greater LJZS n a s the Vait
7C7 nnn A i 'hellcODier blades, tne vast
funds voted last year, . j
The compromise also authorizes
the administration to spend about
240 million, dollars in left-over aid
stretch of ocean was deathly
Th arrangement of the
ships around the great Italian
hisiflaeshln mutely told how they
would brinf the total available came to her aid in this urgent
thi. vr tn nearly 4 billion dol-ltlme of distress.
i.re romnared to the $3,200,000,- Litter of all kinds personal
000 available last year. belongings, suitcases and. bits
The admimstrauon a c i u a i i yior wreckage iioatea aiongsioe
plans to spend about $3,300,000,000 :0f the Andrea Dorla. Lines, and
in military and economic aid this rope ladders down which the
year. Thit would leave about 700 passengers climbed to safety W-
muuon aouars avauauie iicu-10 llfe Doaw, irauea in xne, wa-
tsb pipeune lunas wr auvauco amer.
President Eisenhower yesterday
an described as "most pleased"
by the Senate action in approving
tne full 4 oiuion aouars auuuuucu
in a previous measure.
Ho is certain to accept the
compromise $3,700,000,000 bill at
the st ho can get, however.
The cutback on aid to Yugos Yugoslavia
lavia Yugoslavia was a setback to the Presi
lent He had told the Senate re
frictions ob aid to Marshal Tito's
lovernment would not serve the
"national interest," .-,
The Brat NUadarm application win
!2iV J?i i HwM ""a parasites u u-?le"
?le" u-?le" Srueetat teday to fltrht
Si nd" atair and aoothe jrour
a' Th neriWxian traffic light at
Baiboa Commissary-efforts will be
made to get -it working. -io.
ProsDects for a swimming
pool at Margarita.
r 1 .u r-.mi
U. bus service us mo vu;
Zone. ..... '; i
12. The deer on Ancon hui. t
12. Announcement that housing
regulations will be issued requir requiring
ing requiring outdoor refrigerators to be
adequately protected against chil children
dren children entering them. Council re
presentatives ware asked to as-,
tist personally in teeing n
enforcement of thit. safety regul regulation.
ation. regulation. .'..
Th move tn ta to a single fund-
raising drive eacn r year in uic ;
civilian communities gained much
momentum at the meeting Wednes
day afternoon when the Civic Coun- j
cil representatives expressed un-i
snimous approval of the plan. Their
approval followed an announce-
ment that the Cummunity Chest,
Cancer Committee, and Cruase for
Freedom organizations have alrea-1
dy expressed willingness to join in
a single drive. : I
Governor discussed at some
length the problems of the Corn Corn-length
length Corn-length the problems of the Com
misearv Division. He said that he
had snent some time with the.
purchasing department in the New ;
York Office and he expressed high
praise for tne joo uiai is Demg utm utm-and
and utm-and the plans being made for Inv
proving the service and quality of
merchandise to be offered.
He believes much can be ac accomplished
complished accomplished by a Merchandising
Committee composed of men who
know market conditions id the U U-nited
nited U-nited States" which will be brought
to the Canal Zone at an early date
as a result of the approval by the
Board of Directors of the plan.
"we plan to supply the best
food available just as cheaply as
possible." bs said. ..'"
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From Italy Aug. 8
Arriving on the Isthmus from
his native Italy Aug. 8 for a two two-day
day two-day stop will the president of To To-tary
tary To-tary International, Gian Paolo
Lang. He will be accompanied by
Mrs. Lang. :
Lang is coming here for a con conference
ference conference of the rotary Information
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ITS PANAMA AMIR I CAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPYX
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SCARLET COAT h
: ' with :
Michael WILDING Anne FRANCIS
A real hate between brothers!
Cornel Wilde Dan Duryea, in
Another fantastic picture with fear
and scare Brian Donlevy, In
THE CREEPING UNKNOWN
V ICTORI A
00.000 inornvement Drogram is suited in preventive measures by
expected to bring back swimming American Tool EngincrsThe oU
and boating regatta ta t'-e Pas- re now sterilized and anti-bacte.
saic River, once con:Hered one of ria agents are added before de
the most contaminated in the na- uvrry to a customn. "', ',
tion. At the convention of the" Amerk
The return of recr.ton to the can Society of T o o 1 Engineers
river, however, wi'l be only a here, de'egates were waned that
n'easant by-nrodnct of the Passa-c tbe life-destroying bacteria in i
Valley Sewerage Commission's oils can cause skin diseases
program.. ... unpleasant odors among useri
THE KILlES IS
with Jo&pa Cotten
- and 1
with Van Heflin
iLO QUE LE PASO
: with Tin Tan V
: "" and ':;
ty mask ; -C;
, Also: -.
Main aim, according to cnair-
man Herman. Bfrik. .is to ve 1,
taxoayers of the 28 municipalities costs.
served bv the svst-m of ca"i'al; estimates that it will tske;
outlav of from $40,000,000 to $30,- about four years to complete the
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MOVIES TV RADIO
by Enkln Johnson
lively Yours: Eddie Fisher is one
of those "Don't Rush -Me" guys.
The reason, he's .explaining, why
he waited so long for his movie
debut. "I lust didn't think I was
ready," he told me on the set of
his first film. RKO's "Bundle of
Jov." "MGM wanted me to do
"Hit the Deck, Paramount wanted
rn tn nlav a sinainx cowboy in
t'Rei Garters' -and other, studios
offered mc contracts. nn in-':,'
"I thought it over and decided
I nded more experience. Why,
I even turned down this picture
three years ago. But Producer Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Grainger finally talked me
"into 'it." ....! v
Mrs. Fisher Debbie Reynolds
' is the doll. Eddie laughs and loves
if up with in the comedy, a 're 'remake
make 'remake of Ginger Rogers'; "Bache
lor; Mothers," and he's saying:
"I always knew Debbie.had a won.
derful sense of humor but after
working with her I've decided she's
,a qnius," j-'.'. i:
"Even if she steals the film,"
I asked nun.
. "Fhe'a already ;got it," Eddie
ennnea. ask ; uirecior xvorman
Taurog.-But'l'm not worried. It's
au in the family."
Eddie about rock 'n roll: "It's
here to stay. It's a 'good beat
But some of the lyrics have to be
cleaned up. I've recorded a cou.
pie hut I think I'll stick with the
good,, old fashioned love songs."
no srrsignr anmatlct for Eddie
Ever. "I'll never play a non-ting
ing roie," ne eayi. "I'm a .singer.
Frank Slnefre made the switch
our mars different. He's a most
unusual fellow." i
Movie aoers mav hsve' Vcnmn
box office shoppers in their home
towns, out as Hollywood tourists
they're as eager as ever about
touring filmC studios. One major
studio reports' a 15 per cent tour
ist increase over-, last year.
: Alan Ladd's 'success in Inde Independent
pendent Independent production since leaving
Paramount five years ago caq now
ne taaea up n cold figures. He's
tossing money 'around like he's
printing it. He spent $100,000 on
a Palm Springs home last winter
and just wrote a check for $130,000
to wiggle out of a movie he still
owed Paramount A The lad is in
clover. $ s
"The Buster Keaton Story Isn't
a dream come true for Buster
Keaton, one ; of Helywoed'a all-
lime comedy greats.
"I didn't realize my life was
good enough for a movie,' he told
me. "I'd never given it a thought
until Robert Smith and Sidney
Sheldon (the producer and direc director)
tor) director) came to me with the idea and
said Donald O'Connor wanted to
star in the film. Now I'm fascin fascinated
ated fascinated with me. I can't leave the
, 'C' r J" -A -. ; ....
Buster's Story if the rise-and-fall-of-s.movie-star-yarn
Frozen Face not so frozen-faced
as he sits on the set and watches
Donald bring back memories,
some gay and some bitter.
Says Buster: J'It's taking me
back to a lot of laughs and tears."
A film comeback for Buster aft
er the film s release?
"Sure, I'd like to appear In an
other movie. But most of all I'd
like to see Lucille Ball and Desi
Arnai co-star in a remake of one
of my films, "The Navigator
the one about a boy and a girl
alone on an ocean liner adrift in
the Pacific. I believe Id be the
logical director''.-..., ww-' i
Susan Haywird is en e sweet-
nttt-and-light-plus-fun kick as far
as her next movie assignment is
concerned. She's definitely said no
to ."The .Wayward .Bus" .and
"Three Faces of Eve" both on
the morbid side. -A bubbly musical
may draw a "yes, mdeedy" from
Susan, who'd rather be remem
bered as an "I'll laugh tomorrow"
' Today, Thursday, July 26
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-
-. quests w taken by pnons
till 3:00) , -R-9nNews
5:35 What's Your Fa'otite
a '00 To he announced
6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30Here' To Veterans
8:45 Cooperative Hour ;
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 (re
quests taken by phone
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:0O-Slgn Off- ,
Tomorrow, Friday, July 27
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
v, Club (requests taken
k by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Time" v,
10:00 JENNEFER'S JOU R N A L
(Cutex and Odorono)
10:05 Spins- and Needles (re (re-v
v (re-v quests taken by
m phone till 8:30)-
11:05 Spins And' Needles
:S0 Meet The' Entertainer
12:30 Sweel And Hot
1:00 News f i
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers" v
1;45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
. 2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The, Virginians t
3:00 Hank S n o And His.
r Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show .4
3:30 Musie, For Friday. t
4:00 Feature Review ?
4:30 What's Youe Favorite (re-
quests taken by phone
: till 3:00)
5:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 To be announced
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
- REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Dancing Party
6:45 MEL CHRINO MUSI.
CALE (Nescafe) -7:00
Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re (re-.
. (re-. quests taken by phone
T till 7:30)"
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11 :00Jaz8 Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.
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ONF OF A DYING BREED Near Atchlnson, Kan is one of the tew remaining rarmers who
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Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight
f .. sim iichakb jon rrl?sja,1
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S IS A; 7:56
GAT UN Cornel Wilde & Jean Wallace f
U" ' "STORM FEAR"
Tomorrow THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN ARM?
kAAUGlMTA' Grace Kelly & William Holden
e if & sios "THE BRIDGES AT TOKO-RI"
rPTi)Ar Kirk Douglas & Elsa Martinein
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PARAISO --,;MysTrue Story" k "A LAWLESS STREET". ;
SANTA CRUZ a-i'Trovible In Store" & "Madonna's secret" ;
CAMP BIERD 'Tortrait of Jennie" & "Flaming Fury
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FINLAND FOREST FIRE This is an aerial view of a forest fire raging about 30
miles north of Helsinki, Finland. An early warning kept damage at a minimum. V; ; (0
S!:J!!!?r EVERYONE WORKS- wheat harvest time roUs, f. -'.t
from Zanesville, O., walks into an industrial furnace.heated to 1,200 degrees Fan Sft ,rw.u J .m,.,,,.. 77;
renheit, one-eighth as hot as thl sun's surface. Bennett was testing the heat- &tJf!3i t SAVED .FROM STARVATION Six German shepherd puppies threatened with,.
rmitu .'. if1 AW-,,r';. wheat to the elevator in California, Mo., while her. starvation because the mother could not feed them are thrivine on bottle feed-l,
; ; repelling quality of a new aluminum-coated suit; designed for rescue operations. 1 l TZ -w. l. starvation because the mother could not feed them are thriving on bottle feed-l. ;
! v .. . .. fathen4 iwo' Pothers are busy -in the flel
111 il : J""
ti s::';:, .ji.i ; f.d::i-iiimsi iW'-'-ei-s-
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Tht palatial Los Angtlts homt of Pier Aogtli and Vic Damon. ior and Junior in fho jltting room.
f i I L
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his ? I
VU'i dtik ftafvrtt photogrophl of hit pretty wife.. ; living room corner tofat are quilted quite elaborately,
Mi ImmMmMm ;
SWEATERING IT OUT
Winner of the Miss
Sweater Girl contest
at Rockaway park.
New York, Jahnie
Carroll will repre represent
sent represent her state in
the 1 national finals.
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MISS SUNGLASSES TV actress Kay Kimber- ;
ly was chosen Miss Sunglasses for 1956 by -:
v the National Sun Glass Institute in New York.
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WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO
THAT AGE OF LABOR-SAVING?
Somebody, usually a man, is
forever reminding the modern
Each oetico ft mcluiioa in this
woman of all the things she doesn't I '". ubmitt in
i a j ..! mutism Inii J m'AA ft. mmm
have to do that were once wont'
an's work. -
The modern woman is supposed
to live a life of ease because she
no longer has to bake her own
bread, wash with a scrub board,
push a broom instead of a vac vacuum
uum vacuum cleaner, and all the rest.
But no man ever points out all
the .little chores that have re replaced
placed replaced the outmoded ones.
For instance, drive throurh any
residential district and see who Degree Knights of Columbua, will
is watering the lawn and using
the power mower. As often as not,
it's a- woman. :
Look at the cars lined uo in
front of schools and see who is
WELCOMING NEW NEIGHBORS At a coff party given l-Mr?. Charles O. Bruce, wife ,,
- . ... : 1 n. stm...! A .I n. jfj,M'' W.1VAC Whfl
VI tliC UCnlMr VUCWl .U4 UiV WWUia aui w wvva. 7- t
. have recently moved to Quarters on Herrick Road, the hostess is shown with the guests of f
honor. From' left to right, Mrs., Victor R. Hirschmann, Mrs. John M. Kohl, Mrs. Clarence B.
Hewitt, Mrs. Bruce and Mrs. Franklin:!: Spa nn. -.i-.- !!;'"' -'..,:;. .-. v
PERU'S INDEPENDENCE DAY TO BE CELEBRATED ?
BY RECEPTION AT PERUVIAN EMBASSY SATURDAY V.
' The Ambassador of Peru, Germna, Arambu Lecaros, has
Issued invitations to a reception to be held Saturday, at the
Embassy residence to celebrate the anniversary of the Pro
clamation of the Republic of Peru, and the swearing In of
the new President of Peru, Dr, Manuel frado. ;
Mrs. C. 0. Bruce .Bruce
Welcomes New Neighbors
With Coffee -
Mrs. Charles 0. Bruce,' wife of
the Health Director of the Pana Panama
ma Panama 1ana Zone, save a coffee oar-
ty, Tuesday morning at ther home
In Heme Road, Ancon td f wel welcome
come welcome the new doctors' wives who
have recently moved to the neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. ',
law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lester
miss ineiia Mcnamee
Ends Vacation , W ;'':
Miss Sheila McNamee left ly
Slane on Wednesday to complete
er fourth year at the School of
Nursing at the University of Penn
sylvania in Philadelphia, miss mc
Namee has been visitng with her
Mr. And 'Mrs. Lesleigh Davt
Will Be Honored At Dinner
The Committee of Management
of the Cristobal Armed Sservices
YMCA-USO will honor; Mr, and
Airs, liesieien Davis at a am-
ner to be held at the Fort Gulick
Officer's Club at 7:30 'p.m. on Fri
day. At this time Mr. Ft Mc
Clelland will be welcomed as new
Executive Secretary of the YM
CA. . rr V '-'f-
parents. Mr.' and Mrs. W. R. Mc
Guests of honor, all wives" of Namee.of Coco Solita for the past
ffiAur CAntlnn hpnlc ir r;nrP9S Has., IniiP' VPPKS. r
pital, were Mrs. Victor R. Hirsch
mann, wife of Col. victor R.
Hirschmann (Dermatology), Mrs
Barbecue At s
ty-writt forai tmi mail4 eat
the box nnibr listed 4tif In
"Social aad OtkorwiM," or tolirtr tolirtr-4
4 tolirtr-4 by baao to th oHict. Notic of
teetiogs CMNot bo acctptod by
Officers' Installation -Planned
For K. of C.
. The regular monthly business
meeting of the Archbishop Mai
tesui General Assembly, r ourin
be held at tne Balboa Council No.
1371 on Balboa Road on tomorrow
at 7:45 o'clock
Those who wish to attend the
doing the chauffeuring. Mama, of meeting will meet at the Albrook
course. ; l Air Force Base utucers' uun ai
Admire the decorating in a s is n.m. v
friend's home and chances are; The following officers will be in
you'll bear that it was Mama who stalled at this meeting: Faithful
wielded the paint brush. Navigator, Loreto Cellucci; Faith Faith-Mama
Mama Faith-Mama Learns A Lot of New Skills! ful Captain, James J. Belcourt;
look arouna in business offices I Faithful Admiral Mil ton 4. uauey;:
and see how many of the women! Faithful Comptroller, Leroy R.
workers have a Mrs. in front of Wesley; Faithtul Pilot, Josepn a.
their names. i it Bialkowski; Faithful Inner Senti-
Go to a political meeting' and nel, Erwin F. Ramsey; Faithful
see how many women are doing, Outer Sentinel, Bernard J. Craig,'
the routine work. There'll be ai and Faithful Trustee Alvin T. Lim.
man presiding but notice all the
women on working committees.
, A few women have leisure time'
on ineir nanas. nut most women Jl A It.
today seem to have taken on atOf .DeadlY ASSQUll
to?hMeentoeffi RAMSTEIN, Germany,' July 26-
iVilm!i?,(UP-AirinaB John B. Alderman,
COCO SOLO WIVES' CLUB ELECT NEW OFF ICERS Bhown here are Uie recently elected
dinner which usually precedes the i large. Jean McEnery, treasurer;' Mrs. Ja ne Brownlee. me'mber-at-large; Mrs. Dietz Ma-
son, president; Mrs. Caryl Siemot, vlce-presl dent and Mrs. Betty Evans, secretary!
Tod.v'. wit. JJi,.h of Winter Haven, Fla. has been
fammr'MinJk.! TLJSIL Si convicted of assault with a deadly
family a, clothes on a board m the wea!)on with -m(ent to eommit
amount of time she spends almost' J;L :-M ?I,tI..
as family chauffeur.
Mr. Davis, txecuflve Secretary
of the Cristobal UMCA-USO, ar
rived m the Canal Zone March L
1930. Mr. Davis hat been with the
UMCA-USO for 34 years:: first
with the Los Angeles UMCA,- then
Manila, Philippines, He and his
family were interned at Santo To Tonus
nus Tonus during the II eWorld -War.
They returned to the United
States in 1945.: in 1948. Mr. Davis
was Director of the Oceanside
USO Clcb during 1948 and in the
New York Office of Armed Serv-
Antibiotics To Be
Made From Weeds
EAST LANSING, Mich.-(UP)-!
tierm-Kiiung antibiotics soon may
be made from weeds.
A Michigan State University rev
search team has discovered a sub substance
stance substance that, when purified, may
prove as effective an antibiotic as
The material comes frbm hyper-
icum, a common ornamental
shrub weed often, called St, John's
wort .' v'".:"V v ,-
The substance has one-tenth the
effectiveness of penicillin in. its
present unpurified state'. The re-
murder, the Air Force said yester
: Alderman received a live year
orison term and a dishonorable
discharge. He was convicted of
pointing a carbine at one airman
and shooting at another airman
and an officer last March 5 at
Hahn Air Base near here. Alder
man was an air policeman at
Hahn at the time.
The, sentence is suhject to re review
view review by Air Force authorities here
and in the United States. :
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
Just what you've been
' asking for:
Both EUROPEAN and
o Oval Trays
o Candle Sticks. ...
o Table Sets
o Sandwich Travs
o Footed Nut Dish's
o Vases ,
o Pitchers ;
o Candy Jars t
o Coaster Sets. i
o Fruit Bowls
; antj many more ;, v. :
, from 9e. np
I'nlil Wednesday Only
' Opposite the Ancon P. 0.
Soft Gill n In 7? days
When you start nsinf Cuticura' Soap and',
CuUciira Cfertnient-bUckliejids. oily shine, ev
ternally caused pimples and raths dear op, I
In juat 7 days tout skin begins to look soft.
fresh, clear, 'radiant Get Cuticura, Soap and
Ointment at druggists right away-and do try -'
new, Cuticura Talcum and new greajeless
Cuhcura Medicated Liquid. : ,' -1 -'
drug to the e x t e n t that it will
equal or exceed the bacteria-killing
power of penicillin.
Most antibiotics now in use are!
derived from microorganisms, but
the MSU scientists hope to produce
bacteria-killing drugs from plants
which will equal or better the-
search team hopes to purify the products now in use.
John Kohl, wife of Major John M. The Church of Jesus Christ of -,CC)1 yjicA in 1949,
Kohl (X-Ray), Mrs. Clarence B.! the LS Her Day Saints wll hold ai
Hewitt, wife of Lt.' Cot rrBv flew-! barbecue,' Saturday afrohcemenVD t,i.g Li- ist
itt (Uroloey) and Mrs. Franklin L.
Spann, wife of Lt. Col. franklin
' Capt. And Mrt.1 Johnson
Hosts At Dinner, Party .4 f ..
, Capt. and Mrs. Howard Johnson
of Diablo Heights were host! last
evening at a cocktaiklinner-dance
party held iff the Main Lounge of
the Albrook Officers' Club. Mrs,
Raymond H. .Johnson of San Pe Pe-do,
do, Pe-do, California, sister-in law of
Capt. Johnson, was the honor
Other visitors from the United
six years.' un
Park in Marparita Thi dinner will : der the fine leadi-rshiD of Mr: Da-
be catered by Tex Cheek, ana wuii vis, me cyistoDai umua-usu oas
be served at 1:30 p.m. Tickets will
be available at me para., race
achieved a high standard of serv service
ice service and efficiency in its facilities
for adults $1.25, children from 6to military and civilian personnel
to 12 years of ago 40 cents. No
charge wui oe maae xor cauuren
under six years of age.
Mrs. Knapp(' ,
Return .To States
left yesterday by plane to return
to the United States. Miss Hicks
arrived from ChkaSO Off July 20
States attending the party were! to serve her sister, Dorothy Anne
of both the Canal Zone and Colon
Mr. DavisJ untiring -efforts, good.
will and outstanding personality
has obtained for him and his or
ganization the respect and high
regard of all who have coma in
contact with him. Mr. Davis had
Miss Mary Alice Hicks, and her: been active in many aspects of the
grandmother, Mrs. feari juiapp; community life of Cristobal and
Mr. and Mrs.-Charles W. King of
Annapolis, Maryland; Mrs". Lav-:
.. em Hald and Mrs. Gladys Lee, of
. California; Mrs. Frank Baxter, of
Florida; Mr. William S. Tyson, of
Washington, DV C, and Mr, Joseph
Stone of New York City.: a f
Approximately, 70 guests attend-
ed the'-affair. r j.- : i.-.
w. Maid of Honor in her wed
ding which was solemnized at the
First Baptist Church in Balboa on
Friday evening, July1 20.
been active in many aspects of the
community life-: of Cristobal and
Colon. He is member and Past-
President of Cristobal-Colon Rota
ry Club; member of Brazos Brooks
Country Club; ot Margarita union
Church; Sojourner's Lodge and Jfa
tional Sojourner's Club, . .
Coffee Party VVY
Mrs. King and Mrs. John, also
were the honor guests'tliis morning past six nonths.
at a coffee party given by Mrs.)
Elmer G. Abbott at her home in, Marcus McKoo
"Mrs. Kanpp is returning to Bit- Mrs. Davis has contributed gen'
mineham, Alabama. She had been tI0vsw to the good work of the
visiting her daughter and son in- YMCA-USO by her constant yalua-l
law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. jie voluntary work. k
Hicks, and her two sons, Mr. Rob- B0th Mr. and Mrs. Davis .will
ert L. Knapp and Mrs. James Z. oe creatly missed by a large group
Knapp and tneir tamuies wr uie of admirin friends. AU wish
them a very successful tour of du
Diablo Heights. ...
Mr. And Mr. Honiean' '.
Hero From Now Orleans
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henican,
Graduates From Baylor
Marcoa R. McKee, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. S.. McKee aof Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Canal Zone, received his B.
A. degree from Baylor University,
arrived' hv Diane Tuesday evening uin Texas on July 13.
to sepd 3 days in Panama. Mr. Marcus, a graduate of Balboa
Henican is tne president oi we-High school, emerea oayior uu
New Orleana Cotton Exchange and
a partner of Merrill Lynch, Pierce,
Fenner and Beane,' The Henicans
are staying at the Hotel El Panama--
Lotto'rs Feted By Capt. v- V V-And
And V-And Mrs. Robert McAllister
Captain and Airs, tiooen jucai
ty in Manila as they leaye -the
tstnmtia July 31.
Mr, and Mrs. Davis have one
son, Derwin, who at present is with
tbe U.S.- Army in- Germany,
TO, DST FIT YOUR
; Each tablet contains IX grains of pure
aspirin the preferred standard of accu-
: xmto dosage measure. Children like its (
jwnt nn AiihArifiitAM r A
ftt Jn. ,i1i 'Aanirin' Fn ChiMrAti.
, r- : Krnvu
. wowra umurr eauioe aaHUN soa aa.onu
CPCOp INSECT TORMENT
Will Not Stoin-Harmlest fo Humont
nd Animals when Uiod os piroctod
. Costs Loss and Kill Fatttr :
than moat high praaaur bombs
L ni mvn iran yiain f
' irArwiiry rti rNi JbmahJama
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KENNY ADAMS at his PIANO at the Bar ROOSEVELT:
, awafting your ph&tutt nightly from 9 p.m. on'
versity in 1953. While studying;
.i t,A MfttA mAmhpri
mere, no -- -t
of Texas Gamma Chapter of Al Alpha
pha Alpha Chv NaUonal Honor Schol-!
astic Fraternity; President of Pi.
i.mh sinna. the Pre Law Socie
ty ;: and Treasurer of Zcta Omega
Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, the
National Service Fraternity. Di
Hster were hosts for a dinner at September, he will enter the Bay Bay-their
their Bay-their residence on La Cresta m university School of Law.
honor of Mr.! and Charles Is- , ; ;
ter of Miami," Florida, who are concert To Celebrate v .
visiting their son and daughter.in- Schumann's Centennial
The National Theatre wm celebrate-
Robert Schumann's centen centennial
nial centennial with a concert, Monday, July
30. Herbert do Castro will ton ton-hm
hm ton-hm and Daniel Ericourt will be
the piano soiloist.c Reservations
j may be made by calling Panama
'Servicemen's Hit Parade, J .
I. The Servicemen's : Hit Parade
prewnted for the first time at the
lTsn.iwR Armed Forces Service
j Center last Sunday, was rated tops
'bv the servicemea, uinu uchu-
!ent, guests, and visitors who at
f The dance featured the current
lita in the States. A new
ttuiact wan annea nowever. wuch
the servicemen, with the aid of
ballet sheete, selected the top hits
according to their tastes.
. Sorting was, lively and at the
jonclusiott the' following songs
were chosen in the order of popu popularity
larity popularity as-the USO-JWB's Service
men's Hit Parade rating:. Moon-
Theme from "Ficnic,
On The Street
and Hot Diggety!
tvi tnr Hiird twnrw Tower Hoart.
break Hotel and Standing on the'
a j qlow and Them
nm cfuefa tit s &
, mtktrt tf
A I. U ."T.
The Juieet of 8 dUTercnt, gardro.'
ircoh vegetablet are blended into)
this famous drink. You 11 love ta
lively flavor, and thrive on its vjto
, min-packed good goodness.
ness. goodness. At mealtime
or between meals
V-8 give you the
Cnr,.vl (m'mAim'i Hit Pa. hhment you need.
Alii. in.jth .. v v
rade dance will be held on Sun- siaimmitoalm mti iko Masjs
day, Aug. 19. : j
Whips Fast Fast-Stays
Stays Fast-Stays Whipped!
' . With 30 butterfat;
on can depend on AVOSET
' towhipqnicldy and
to stay whipped
- s f ot hours.
" It's made from
-. real cream, then
I sterilized to keep sweet r
I Top your best desserts
with safe, healthful,
, delicious AVOSET.,
MOST of our MERCHANDISE
at HALF PRICE v T ,
, 1 DRESSES DRESSES DRESSES
SHOES T" we" known and nationally
i advertised brandt as
. DE USO DEBS ;
, '! RISQUES, etc.
: ; reduced
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CIRLS DRESSES AND
Exquisite form BRASSJERES
at greatly reduced prices.
r i i f ", ,', ,'! i,
This is our famous annua!
:..V-.. BIG SALE
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BRANCH STORE C
' AtTivoll Avenue No. 8 In front 'of :
Ancon Post Office Telephone 2-3121
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TOT r AN A MA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1951
iBmoMy&May Be:Wakingi Move:: A I
'Old Pros9 Don Netvcombe,
i Duke, Snider Leading Way
. By MILTON
i NEW XORK, July 26 (UP) At Jong lastthe
; Dodgers may be making their move and it seems
rather fitting that two "old pros" Duke Snider and
Don Newcombe are leading the way.; 1 ::
! JBnlder, lomething of a Brook-
rynr disappointment lor the first
,. half of the season, smashed his
rt24th homer over the 411-foot
'".center field fence at Jersey Ci-
, ty, IN JH with mt out In the
i ninth Inning last night to rive
' : the 'Dodgers their fourth victory
; 5 In a row, ft 2-1 decision over
' Cincinnati O ...
t Newcombe pitched brilliantly
t!ln racking up. hla 14th victory,
''allowing only five hits In best best-i
i best-i j tag Redleg aca Brooks Law-
V ; until Snider decided matters
' with his wailoo a blow that
Amoved him into a tie with Td
. I Kluszewskl of Cincinnati for the
Matinna.i Le&orue home run lead-
' ershlp the Dodgera and Red Red-Jegs
Jegs Red-Jegs were locked In a 1-1 tie
frank Robinson hit his 22nd
hnmer in th. third for Cincin
fcatl and Carl FutHIo smacked
" "u 12th homerln the fourth.
Mr From thenonf until Snider
fagged him, Lawrence didnl
ISl-uow a Wt, but the Duke's
smash sent him down to his
' aecond defeat ara-'nst 14 wins..
'"rTha victcJywaa Brooklyn's
" fourth In as many games played
' i Jersey City this season and
fvlt moved th Dodgers 1 games
within .;: the secona-piace Kea
"The league1 leading Braves,
faced by Bobby Thomson and
Eddie Mathews, sent the Giants
tliiown to their seventh straight
defeat, 7-4. Thomson expioaea a
; o-rand-alam homer In the sixth
that brought Milwaukee from
behind and Mathews rapped out
four of the Braves' wis, mcracr mcracr-,
, mcracr-, in his 17th homer. Bob Buhl
was nicked for 10 hits but went
the route to gain his fifth
straight victory and 13th of the
v season . .' f. u V.!-;v-'v
- Roberto Clemetne's : grand grand-slam
slam grand-slam homer In the ninth Inning,
an inslde-the-pari Job,, helped
the Pirates toVj a triumph
: over th Cubs.SVlctlm of Cie Cie-mente's
mente's Cie-mente's wallop; was Jim Bros Bros-nan
nan Bros-nan who made only one- pitch
i MS kl lrth fast
111 BUIldlUg iUvhi
Nellie King was the wlsmer In
tenet DaleXoni'lilt'his 20th
homer In. the fourth, setting a
new Pittsburgh bom run mark
'lor left-handed hitters. Arky
INGLEWODK Callfv July 2
' UP) Swaps, the California -!;red
record breaker ewned by
; X Kex Ellsworth, broke another
world Tecord yesterday.
j : Swapa easiry won the HoUy-
wood Park eloslnr day I ea ea-Tiire,th
Tiire,th ea-Tiire,th Sonset Handicap, In
w', record-breaking time of
.land one-fifth for the
niU and fivt-elghts. Honeys
AlfM, wh carried 24 pounds
less than Swaps, was second
J four lengths behind. Blue Volt
' was third.
t j awaps paiq win in
n - .ia, 4 I. I
the fllOlOO-greas hand'eap
which had a, field of nine
'&: The previous record was 2:39
,:, and four-fifths.
f 21 modern Santa" ships uniting the
Americas with fast and
TO WEST COAST
yj S.S. "SANTA BARBARA" ....
S.S. SANTA ISABEL"
WEEKLY SERVICE FROM THE
J WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
J S.S. -SANTA CECILIA" .Sails Cristobal. C. Z, July Jl?
i 8.S. "SANTA OLIVIA" ......Sails Cristobal, C. Z Aug. .2
J FROM U.S. PACIFIC WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA AND CRISTOBAL. C." 2.
f ROM CRIsfOBAL ANU BALBOA, C, 2- TO THE
WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA A U S.' PACIFIC
t g.S. "SANTA 'ANrrA" Sails Cristobal, C. 2 Aug.
i BALBOA ONLY
PANAMA AGENCIES CO.
CRISTOBAL: 2131 2135
Vaughn set the previous mark
of 19 in 1935.
The Cardinals rapped reliev
er Rorf Wgray for two runs in
the 10th. inning to beat the
Phillies, 8-7, after Granny Ham Ham-ner'
ner' Ham-ner' three-run homer In the
ninth had tied the score at s s-all.
all. s-all. A walk, Wafly Moon's single,
Richie Ashbiirn's error and Hal
Smith's single produced the.two
cardinal runs in una iui,n, aim
Insured the victory since thai
Phils bounced back with a run
In their half of the 10th. Re Reliever
liever Reliever Larry Jackson was. cred credited
ited credited with the victory. Stan LO-
pata and Del Ennis each hom homered
ered homered for the Phillies. -.
The Yankees blasted three
White Sox pitchers for 12 hits
and an easy 10-4 victory as
southpaw Whitey Ford; nailed
down his 13th triumph with a
fine four-hit effort.
Yogi Berra led the Yankee as-,
sault with three hits that drove
in three runs while Hank Bauer
also chipped in with tnree nus.
Dick Donovan dueled on even
terms with Ford until the fifth
when the Yanks scored two runs
and then added two more in the
sixth. The American League
leaders, continued ; their bom bombardment
bardment bombardment on Paul LaPalme and
Ellis Kinder with three-run clus
ters In the eighth, and ronui.
Kansas City exploded for
eight runs in the seventh in inning
ning inning to defeat the Red Sox,
9-6. Harry.impso's -43th
homer with two on featured
the bar inning and paved the
way for reliever Tom Gorman's
seventh victory after the Red
Sox bad taken a 6-0 lead. Har Harry
ry Harry Don"sh was the loser.
Frank House's seventh homer
with two men on capped a four
run rally In' 'the" eighth tnnlng
and led the tigers to a 8-2 vic victory
tory victory over the Orioles. The victo victory
ry victory enabled jthe Tigers to climb
into a;filthpteceie with Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore paitt Foytack picked up
his eighth victory In relief of
Virgil Trucks. Earl Torgeson al
so homered lor Detroit.
Left-hander Herb Score struck
out 10 batters and pitched five
hit ball In leading the Cleveland
Indians to their fifth straight
victory, 11-3 over Washington.
Score had a shutout until the
eighth when Roy Siever- hit his
19th homer with two onr Bob
Avila and Jim Hegatt each hom homered
ered homered for the Indians. :-.
Snider; whose ninth Inning,
homer ; gave Brooklyn 2-1
victory1 over Cincinnati,.,
Branch To Hold
" Committee meeting at the
Paraiso Gymnasium tonight at
6:30. The following leairue pro
grams and schedules will be set
up lor the coming season.
1. Soccer, Fats Rodrigues.
J. Volleyball, -1 Evans Farrell,
Elena tyaer. -,
5. Baseball, John Westt-Wll
11am Gordon. ;
; 4. Tennis, :Ltither Lamotte,
5. Domlnos, Alfred Becktord,
FROM NEW YORK
OF SOUTH AMERICA
Due Cristobal, C. Z July 27
Due Cristobal, C. Z, Aug. il
........ Due Balboa, C. Z., July 28"
.Due Balboa, C. Z. Aug. 1$
- fANAMA: 2-0556 0557
In TI15 f.jcrs!v
1XADINQ BATTERS '1
(Based oa 209 official 'at bats)
Player and Clob g ab r h pel
Aaron. Mil. 85 337 83 112 .336
Bailey, Cinci 70 226-37. 76 .336!
MUSlal. St. L' DO 341 4114.334
Boyer, St L. 90 360 62 116 .323
Furillo, BKlyn. 86 291 41 83 .320
' AMERICAN l EAGl'K : 1
Mantle, N. Y. 88 323 80 118 ;365
Kuenn, Det. 83 323 61 113 .35U
Maxwell, Det. 82 280 57 98 .350
Vernon, Bos. ;; 71 252 38 83 .329
Kell, BaltL 73 259 .33 83 .325
Mantle, Yanks 32
' Kluszewskl, Redlegs ?4
i Snider,. Dodgers u H
Werts, Indians ......... 23
Banks. Cubs 22,
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 22
RONS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks V 82,
Wertz, Indians 751,
Musial, Cards .......... 75 f
Simpson, Athletics . . ; 70
. Kaline, Tigers 68
Mantle, Yankees ........ 80
Robinson Redleg 70
Yost, Senators .......... 69
Snider, Dodgers ........ 67
Fox. White Sox ..64
- HITS i. :
Mantle, Yanks v........ 113
Boyer, Cards ...... 116
Musial, cards 114.
Kuenn, Tigers 113
Aaron, Braves ......... 112
(Based on 9 Decisions)
Lawrence. Redlegs. ..14 2 J75
Brewer, Red Sox ....13 3 .8131
Pierce,. White Sox ..i k.15 4 .7891
Ford, Yanks ...... . 13 4 .765 i
Buhl. Braves ,13 4 -76S
L Pet. GB
43 .570 2
- 44 .580 2
54 .481 llVz
58 .442 15ij
58 .431 16'Vi
62 J92 201,
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS ;
Toronto 001 000 0304 6 0
Miami 100 000 0001 5 2
Blake and Sawatskl: Owens,
Springs (9) and Holton. LP: Ow Owens.
ens. Owens. HR: Gollat.
Rochester 000 001 000 13 12 1
Columbus 000 010 010 02 9 0
Macklnson and Rand, Green
(9): Harrington and ShanU.
Montreal -000 100 0001 8 1
Havana 341 000 OOx 8 9 1
Cole, Nishite il), CrlsUnte
(7). and Roseboro; Heard and
Sierra. LP: cole.
Buffalo 000 020 02 5 0
Richmond 020 ooi x s s o
Weiss and Tompkinson; Lopat
ana. watungton.. , .
Buffalo 000 000 1001 5 1
Richmond .000 330 Olx 7 9 1
Froats, Bowman (6), Coleman
(7) ana Sherry; crereghino,
Dixon (7) and Neeman. WP; ce ce-reghino.
reghino. ce-reghino. LP: Froats. HR: Renna.
Despite stubborn onnosltion.
the Paraiso High School was a a-ble
ble a-ble to make a clean sweep of
male and female volleyball hon honors
ors honors against the Rainbow city
representatives In the 1958
championships this week.
Tnis aouoie win in the two de
partments builds Paraiso's win
ning percentage to good advan advantage
tage advantage since the school year com competition
petition competition got underway, the school
having broken even In the boys'
soccer competition. :
Results of the. series follows:
First Game Boys
First Game G'rls
4f Colon Arena This Evening
. ;..fii - ;-r. ...
i ; U i)
. i mM-.t ,. 1
KEEPING IT UP There is no shortage of support for this
elusive basketball during a tournament game at the Fort Davis
gymnasium. Company "M" came out on top In the fray c by
registering a 61-42 win over Company "K." In on the play are
Allen Nunez (4), William R. Elam (8), and Loren C. Camp;, in.
" background. (U.S. Army Photo)
Eric-Washburn Cops Winners
Bracket Of Tennis Tournament
Eric Wishburn scored' two big
wins this week to take first place
in the winners' bracket of the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Teen-Age Tennis Tourney. Ear
her in ihe week, Wishburn defeat defeated
ed defeated Jerry Cloueh. the young Cali
fornia!) who was previously favor
ed to win the tournament, wash,
burn took Clough in split sets 6-4,
WaBhbum was In fine form, but
Clough was definitely off his game
and Washburn may find it difficult
to defeat him. for the champion championship,
ship, championship, should Clough win the Los Los-ersV
ersV Los-ersV bracket. Washburn -clinched
the Winners' bracket by taking
Sandy Hinkie, the surprise of the
tournament, in straignt sets 6-1, 6-
3, 8-6. This being a final round
match it was the best three out of
five sets.1-. -; ,i
The match lasted three hours
and ten minutes. Both players used
the same waiting strategy and it
was merely a question of who could
wait the longest. Washburn finally
outpatted and outlasted Hinkie .to
win in straight sets.
Hinkie has been the dark horse
all the way in this tournament.
and though he was defeated by
Washburn, he still has a very good
chance of taking the Losers brack
et. Tuesday he won two straight
matches from players who should
have, by all rights, defeated him
In his first match of the day, he
beat seeded John Maduro in
straight sets 6-1, 6-2. He then trounc
ed seeded Danny Winklosky 6-0,
6-0. Winklosky had moved to Hink-
le's bracket by defeating Albert
Calvo in split sets' 1-6, 6-1. 6-2.
Since he lost in the final round
of the Winners' bracket. Hinkie au
tomatically moves to the final
round of the Losers' bracket, and it
is quite possible that he will come
back to play Washburn again in
the finals. ?
In other first round matches in
the Losers' bracket, John Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds eliminated John Maduro from
the tournament, in a long, hard
fought contest. It was Madura's
second "match of the day, and
though he put up a game fight,
Reynolds ran him into the ground,
and won in split sets 6-2, 8-10, 6-0.
MACDONALO A MUIR UMITIIa, DitilUw. UltN SotlMd
Jim Deslondes took, a' default
from Reggie : Hayden, and then
was defeated and eliminated from
the tourney by Ray Bacot. Bacot
took Deslondes in straight sets 6-1,
6-4. Bacot then met Raul Barbara
in round two of the Losers' bracket
Barbara had no trouble at all de defeating
feating defeating Bacot in straight sets 6-4,
6-0. Barbara had moved to t the
second round -after drubbinr Ed
Scott 6-2, 6-4 in the first round sup-
yicuicui tu me looser s Bracket.
Probably the hardest foueht- pon.
test of the tournament so far was
the1 Barbara-Clouglr match held
Monday of this week. Clough had
defeated Barbara once already and
Barbara was hungry for revenge.
He overwhelmed Clough in the
first set 6-2, but let up and dropped
the next set 24. The last set see seesawed
sawed seesawed back and forth with both
boys volleying and nassine well.
but Clough was not to be denied
and won the set and match 6-4,
Clough is still the favorite to take
the Losers' bracket; but he will
be facing some roueh competition
fron Sandy Hinkie and John Rey
nolds, Danny Winklosky, and Joe
cnaimers. Nevertheless, still hav
ing something to say about who
will take the Losers' bracket, and
if the upsets so far are anv indica
tion of the way the rest of the Los
ers' bracket will go, one of them
might very well face Washburn in
tne finals. ,i. ,a
Today v Encanto .25 .15
Richard Egan,' In : 4 4-"View
"View 4-"View from Pompey's Head"
4 Jeff Hunter, In
"THREE YOUNG TEXANS"
Today IDEAL 20 i0
Barbara Stanwyck, in'
"Cattle Queen of Montana!
: '"' I Peter Graves, In .- '. '.-."KILLER.
."KILLER. '.-."KILLER. FROM SPACE" )
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- By HERBERT MOISE
COLON The league-leading
Galltto i basketball team and
runner-up chesterfield will meet
tonight for the second tims this
season. This meeting will' not
count in "the official records but
will wield a heavy psychological
effect, since- Gamto horns- one
official victory s over Chester
field. Both teams- are -favorites
to battle for the 1956 title at the
conclusion of the regular sched schedule.
ule. schedule. v
contest Is being sponsored by
the Mocambo Social and Sport Sporting
ing Sporting club to raise funds to buy
Salk polio vaccine for the pres present
ent present antl-pollo fight;
Colon fans will be getting their
first look at the two top basket basketball
ball basketball teams.;: They will also be
getting their first look' at their
own champs Chesterfield's ros roster
ter roster being comprised ; of colon
boys and one sailor from Coco
Solo. Gallito la a completely new
team being coached by Agustus
Kam. In the last meeting of
their teams, both Kam and. Ro Ro-dolfo
dolfo Ro-dolfo "Flfi" Tom battled person personally
ally personally from a standpoint -of bench
strategy. Kam was" especially
brilliant as he. used his "weak"
bench effectively to stave off re repeated
peated repeated pressure applied by Fill's
offensive stratagem, h s -:
Currently Gallito is In first
place with Chesterfield only half
game behind. Kam who had orir
ginally been selected to coach the
all-Central American team will
be on the Gallito bench tonight.
It is believed that Chesterfield's
coach, Rodolfo Tom will also be
on his team's bench. Tom bns
been in Costa Rica since v last
week and was expected back last
night, we had no' way of check checking
ing checking on his arrival as this article
was written before" his expected
arrival time. Should Tom be ab absent,
sent, absent, the Colon smokers will be
run by his assistant Carlos Ce Cells
lls Cells and Tom's brother,-Fernando.
i Their, last meeting had the
Chicks winning by a two-point
margin, 7-69. In thls game Da-
no ueiieon tug) was practically
the whole show as he scored 21
points. His teammate, Rainpu
Reyes (now in. San Salvador)
helped Immensely by scoring 15.
otn got good support from .Ai
Frazer and. Lou parfalth.
The big man In : the Colon
Smokers lineup .that evening
was Ceclllo Williams who hit for
19 points. This polio benefit is a
preview of what is to come when
inese teams meet omciany a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. Since their first meeting,
neither has lost a game each
looking better the season rolls
On, r '' T,r -, ; r Si" v v '--
A. release from the Mogambo
Social and Sporting Club shows
that referees for the game,
which will -be at the Colon Are Arena,
na, Arena, will be Francis Brown and
Pfc Meader. The game begins at
exactly 8 p.m. ana win be tne
first of two to be played tonight
The second half of the benefit
double will match two arch ri
vals of the Colon,, Provincial
UV L ' t
i League-leadlrig' Baby Salas will
oatue against the Yu-Yu Boys.
These teams have become seri-,
ous rivals first because they can
boast of Colon's best players and
second tney ar sponsored by an
uncle (Jacobo "Baby" Salas) and
his nephew (Mauriclo "Yu-Yu"
; Parfalth ..
1 DeLeon .'.
Rey ter .
. .j. ...
I Chesterfield .'. J f No. -"
Tom .... .t, ...... 4,-,'.
Pomares ,.,,,.... 6
.Hueitaa ................ 8
ifa t4rtf .eri'iW4,'ll1'
ir e Yf, . 4'n t m 4
Maple Leah Jkrl
Down lrtln$; 4-1
NEW YORK, July 26-(UP)-It
didn't take the Toronto Ma Maple
ple Maple Leafs long to start a new
winning streak. v.
The i International League
pace-setters had a six-game
streak ruined by Miami Tuesday
night but '- bounced back to
down the Marlins, 4-1, last night
behind the -combined efforts of
veterans Ed Blake and Mike Go Gollat.
llat. Gollat. .y v.,
Blake, the league's hottest
pitcher, stopped the Marlins with
five hits v In registering' his
eighth straight victory. Gollat
struck the big blow, a three-run
homer in the eighth Innhig that
broke a 1-1 tie.
Rochester remained 22 games
back of the Maple Leafs by edg edging
ing edging Columbus,- 3-2, on a 10th in inning
ning inning homer by Joe Cunningham
while Jehosie Heard, recently
acquired from Tulsa in the Tex-
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Teams W L fet. CR
Milwaukee . .55 32 .532
Cincinnati .. .52 38 .578 4
Brooklyn . .50 39 .562 6
St Louis . V .43 46 .486 13
Pittsburgh' .42 46 .477 13V,
Philadelphia r41 50 .451 16
Chicago 4 .39 48 .443 16
New York . .31 54 .36 23
; TOIAVS im,
Milwaukee at New York
Cincinnati at Brooklyn
St. Louis at Philadelphia N)
Chicago at Pittsburgh
(Nignt Game) ,
Milwaukee 000 104 0027 12 2
New York 000 031 0004 -11 0
Buhl (13-4) and Atwell.' -Worthineton
McCall, Heam and Sarnl.
(Nieht Gamer .?
Cincinnati' 001 000 0001 5 1
Brooklyn 000 100 0012 4 0
Lawrence -(14-2) and Burgess.
NeWCOmbe (14-S1 And r.amna.
nella; ." ,
St. Louis . 000 100 041 28 13 0
Phila. 000 111 003 17 12 3
Dickson. Poholskv JnnVsnn
(1-0) and Smith.
Haddix. Mever. P.. ,'Mnt: Mp.
gray (1-2) ( Flowers and Lopata.
(Nieht Game) '4
Chicaen nnn onn A7ia u 1
Pittsburgh 000 211 014 13 1
Hacker,- Valentlnettl, Lown,
Brosnan (3-5) and Landrith.
Friend, Face, King (4-1) and
Netir; Upsets Feature Play
In Table Tennis Tourney
-A ill J b'xOitfT m II h jij"
Neaf Upsets blew many c 0 1 d
blasts down the spines of the favo favorites
rites favorites in the Unisport Table Tennis
tournament in the second round of
play conducted at the Paraiso and
uaiDow uty gymnasiums 1 a sc
Champion George Grannum bad
to bear down to clip Tomas Chu;
in three sets. Former champion,
Aruiur dosepn, nacno draw up
on his reserves to overcome John
Perry who early in the night had
eliminated Reinaldo Mc DowelL
Luis Moreno swept to a brilliant
upset over topJliant performer HM
ram Johnson. ., Joyce H 0 1 n e s s
brought the capacity crowd to its
feet in her battle witn the more more-seasoned
seasoned more-seasoned Elma Stewart who won
in three hard-fought sets. Pin t-1
sized- Eduardo Blades electrified
the crowd with a smashing upset
over favored Earl Best.
- .The -isutty-, ;..
:Arthur Joseph defeated John Ng,
21 18. 21-16 ...
John Perry defeated R. Mc Dow-
ell 21-14,' 21-18 - 'i:
At Fort Davis Gym
The 20th Infantry regiment's "L"
company took three-straight sets
from "M" company Monday night
to cop the Third battalion's double
elimination volleyball tournament
at the Fort Davis gymnasium.
Scores of 15-10, 15-3 and 15-12 were
registered in the playoff game.
The L company squad waded
through a three-game series to cop
the infantry title,. They defeated
61." company in seml-nnai. piay
to earp a spot in the finals and
"M" company rebounded from its
defeat to turn back "I" company
in the losers' bracket for a shot
at 'the title.' '.".-:,.;..,
" The infantry winner in August
will meet the titlist of another
double elimination tourney for the
Atlantic area championship. Sched
uled for the Third battalion train training
ing training at Rio Hato next month forced
the double tournament arrange-
memV- '- p.-- ,'-.
With Infantry champs decided re-j
mainmg units on the Atlantic siae
will negin olay July 30. Entered in
the second phase are '.'C battery,
fwa jtieaaquaners Dauery, mm,
536th Eninnner: B battery. 764tn;
Headquarters Detachment, 746th
AU; 549th M. P. .company; Jungle
Warfare Training center; and "A
battery, 764th. i ; : i ',
The Atlantic area thamplon will
be decided August 15 between "L"
company and winner of the second
tourney. Area Champa then will
enter USARCARIB play September
S for a crack at the command uue.
as League, pitched Havana to an
8-1 verdict over Montreal. ;
- Richmond took both ends of
a doubleheader from Buffalo, 3 3-2
2 3-2 and 7-1. Ed Lopat' pitched a
five-hlttet In the seven-Inning
opener, while Ed Cereghlno al
lowed the Bisons only two ruts in
-4 .... -
Cleveland j, (
Boston i, ..'..
Chicago . ;
l ret. ca
37, 584 8
40- 556 11
41 .529 lS'vi
50 j451 20',
50 .451 20i;
57 v387 26 '4
57 .374 27i
Kansas City v, 34
- New York at Chicago J 1
- Washington at Cleveland (2)
. Boston at Kansas City
Baltimore at Detroit
YESTEttOAY'S RESULTS V
New York 000 022 033-10 12 1
Chicago ; 000 100 000 1 4 I
Ford (13-4) and Berra.
Donovan (4-6), LaPalme, Kin Kinder
der Kinder and Lollar.
Wash. nnn nnn nn t o
Cleveland 000 032 6Qx 1 17 n
' 1 i
Pascual (4-12) Grigge and
FitzGerald. t ,.
Score (9-6) andHegan..
Baltimore 000 100 100 2 -8
Detroit 000 002 643fc-6 12
Moore. Martin rivrini
. X W K4U rV4UlA
Palica and Triandoa.
. Trucks Fovt.nrlr
Boston- 020 010 3006 9 1
Kansas City 000 000 01x-9 8 0
Porterfield,- Klely, Hurd, Dor Dor-lsh
lsh Dor-lsh (0-1) and Daley., ......
Dltmar 'Shunt?! n
George Grannum' defeated To.
mas Chu '21-15, 1441; 21-15
Frank Durham defait4 T
Nightengale -21-15, '21-17 1
Luis Moreno defeated n I r a m
Johnson 21-18, 21-19
Amur' Joseph defeated John
Perry 21-17 13-21 21-17 '
' c-M Bey -1
R. Kirton defeated Antonio How Howell
ell Howell 21-10, 181, 21-18
Harold Daniels defeated Bertie
Smclair 21-10, 20-22- 21-13
Eduardo Blades defeated 1 Earl
Best 21-18, 14-21, 21-6
waiter uiandler defeated Steve
uarnen zi-i, zi-13 f
- M, Shofgreen defeated Harold
Smith 2M5, 21-15
trenevieve McCliire"' defeated
Norma Brown 21--T,' 21-10 : s
Lecna Lyder defeated Joyce Hoi Hoi-ncss
ncss Hoi-ncss 21-15, 14-21,' 24-22 : ;
Elraa Stewart,- defeated Gloria
Tait 218; 21-6
. COMING, MATCHES
js ,,. -tonight
Robert Worrel vs R. Kirton (7
( Hnry Clark vs, Harold v Daniels
Eduardo Blades vs Walter
1 Robert Pate vs F. Ford
Alberto Loney vs M. Shofgreen
GenevieveJUcCIure vs Leon a Ly".
'.'."--. Monday! 't '
George .Grannum. vs Al Small
7:30 p.m. ,
Frank Durham vs 'Allan Chiu
Luis Moreno vs.. John Hall
Elma Stewart vs Carol Proverb
TORONTO, July 26 (UP Age Ageless
less Ageless Archie Moore last -night easi easily
ly easily earned $45,000 when he stopped
huge James J. Parker in the ninth
round. Archie today said he nev never
er never felt better and seemed td be
eagerly awaiting the opporunity to
meet young Floyd Patterson for
the world heavyweight champion championship
ship championship next September.
; The 37-year-old Moor virtual,
ly .ossurMl himsolf '-, th title
bout against Patttrsori, with latt
night' hwing. .Th champio champio-ship
ship champio-ship bout will b hold at Nw
York's Yankee Stadium.
'". Moore was as happy about his
per ormance as the promoters
were about the gate receipts. Co Co-promoters
promoters Co-promoters Jack 'Solomons of Lon London
don London and Vic Bagnto of.' Toronto
shared in the biggest gate ever
paid in Cannda. A record crowd
of. 10,800 fans paid $148,500 to
seem the uneven match. ;..,'
- Parker, of Toronto, Weighed
2111 a compared to Moore's
lUVt. Despite the weight dispar disparityend
ityend disparityend the fact that Parker
staggered Moore In the second
end sixth round with long lafts
to th head end body, Moore in in-f
f in-f llcfid terrible punishment to the
.The win was the 130th for Moore
in 155 fight and bis 89th knock-
eats Strong Swimg
:: strong Ai
"' HANDICAP" TOCENEY PEIZE WINNERS
medalist; Jane Simpson,' runner-up first uh Hartet serger,
winner first flight; Louise Jones, winner championship uighi.
SSen fieffi &rVn7ta the chtoplonshlp flight was not
. T . present k t'
' 1 for the 'first time this year Mickey Mantle, already onlf a
few home rims aicajf from his 1955 totaJ tf 37, today stated Ais
"uo jof tft3 seaso.. ( -."' ' ; 1
begin with, Mantle, who Is ahead of Babe "Ruth's record
pace of W27,' the season .to which he hit 60." disclaimed having
: any current designs on that mark.
Here's what I would like to do this year" the Uahoina
Kid iaia? "I'd like to finish, with an average ol something Uke
' .350, drive In about 125 runs and rut 50 homers. Do you ihlnk
. 1 R,AthSt Si? bipartite "ambition' was Quite pCond?tent
' with his present pace and tremendous potentialities Mickey
who was nursing a bad cola, expressed great relief that he haa
relocated the range in the Stadium recently against Detroit,
' "To what do you attribute' your surge Oil season?" I asked
theU-vedrold kid from. Vklahomn's sine mine country. ;
"Let me task vou that question, MdhtlelatLghed. Totf were
the first to see me work with the Yankees here
1950, and you have been watering me ever since. : What's your your-.
. your-. explanation of my improvement?' y X'tf-XZ-'
. The Met itoson is that you, have eliminated your blind
the American League Knew uin w lif a
handed, a tight pitch letter high was Jpui wert polnA hwler
with good control who could place, the ball there consistently
haa you swinging your head off.,.
. '."But 'last March you did something that killed the blind
: mot You moved away from the platevotrnow tee the pitch
better. How dlfl it nappen- , f t
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NTS A) -'GeoVge
Rnliort Tebbetts hai turned in a
maanifieent lob with what little
pitching he has in Cincinnati.
Without bavins been one ef the
sniaiter catchers, Birdie Tebbetts
would know that the Redi can't
take it a!l with not too touch more
than a- lot of biokes belting the
kll frnm Prnslev Field tn Davtflri
or thereabouts. Manager Tebbetts,
the post -graduate college man
schooled in the intricacies of ma
jor league play. jy ucKey ujcn-i
rane, is, at would quite naturally
follow, something of a baseball
historian He fully realizes that the
strong arm will beat the strong
swinging guy every, time. Z1
Going into the current eastern
swing, and excluding Brooks Law Law-renre.
renre. Law-renre. nnlv one Rhinplanrf itartef
was bove-;5O0, and Johnny Klipp-
siein s recora was a in o. iiw.
rence won 13 straight beofre los
inff but tha Snrinefield. O.. Rifle
required more rescue expeditions
than there nave been in tne upper
most rpienes nt nonnwesiern a-
ada in the winter time. The marks
of the other: Redleg starters were
Joe NuXhalL 1-8, and Art J owier,
This iipniint. fnr the 7 J of re
lief, worker HershelL Freeman,'
who goes with Lawrence like Lei-
ity Gomes and Johpny. Murphy,!
Gallagher and snean, .Martin ana
Lewis and Lawrence .and .Arabia. ;
np -TeAretTS EVEN 'wnn
! key game from the Dodgers, by
starting Hal Jeflcoat, a reiormea
outfielder; He has skillfully patch patched
ed patched up his wobbly staff with Joe
Black and a newcomer, Don Gross.
Stacked against Tebbetts on the
VilwaiilrM iirin iii th verr reeu-
lar rctationof Bob Buhl, 12.4; Lew
uuraeue.i 11-4; way crone, ;
n 111. 1 irr-irtim :- --
' t lit 1L. 4.aiiU1 4.
k t CTiR BACKS This quartet work ng at Northwestern umversuy wui carry
w th? ronefAU-StTrs against the champion Cleveland Browns at Soldier Reid m Chicago,
Ag 10CThegyre lefMo'ffi Michigatat?s Earl Morrall. Ohio SUtes Howard C.sy. -NoU-e
Dame's Don Schafer.atd Jack Losch of Miami of Coral Gables, Fla.
By Victor Gray
"Tried It in Training, and It Felt Good"
"You've got something there," Mantle replied.- "I tried step stepping
ping stepping back from the plate during the training seasonand l It
felt good -I decided to stay with 4t ? I have not moved forward
.r feffianS intbefa
After I had walked- twice, on nine pitched balls, I iannea by
forgetUng about those high ones.. Then Umpire Bill Summers
calfed meSou4 on an ankle high curve. ''W
Summers badisald that I stand too. far back In the box. Well,
i'H took d little urging to
"The pitchers; are changing their metho against meJie
said., "J fuess they have been studying my MS average, minus
even l'onemer, against Baltimore.. BUI Wight and those other
Oriole, hurlers won't give me anything at ali 1 '
.'Now you take Chuck Stobbs of the Senators. You know
hoio I used t punish that guy. -He was the one oil whom hit
tnat 565-tcoter in. .Washington.. Well, he now gives mt just
. "Boston; pitchers haven't done -very well against me for
average,'' JMlikey continued. "I have belted them for -W3.V But
why haven t I been able to hit anything except hat disputed
tUm&Jr?&l have to'atudy out tor myself for the
rest tnU'( season." '
-Ruth Did Not Come Ready-Made," riarris Says
n W Tlcrcr. Who. haODilv
at least will finish out this season at the helm, tola me that
Mantle's vast improvement traced cmeiw to growing coniiaen -c
More Experience, greater, faith lnlils 1 judgment, have led
Mickey to lay off those bad pitches he used tobe a wcker for, ;
U-i:vyth1ng considered,' that boy s one of the all-time phe phenomena
nomena phenomena oftoe g"VlMMebl:iVitari feW obouf
Babe Ruth you. would imagine that he came up ready-made,
without a flaw.' You recollect how he used to go after those
low pitches. If, a couple, of yeart. ago, Mantle fanned on. bam
that bounced off the plate,- well; so did. the. Babe in his early
- yean-vttUiBostoitri ml it tr-viS-wec - ;f
Harrl.V agreed thif bUof, Mickey's most flamboyant assets,
his superlative speed, would prevent his approaching Ruths 60
Every time the Babfxsame to the plate. he swung for the
stands and he bleachers:. Mickeyt on the other hand, somet tries
cunts.; He drags and he pushes, and there are daya. on which
he will appear to 'be much more Intrigued by bis speed than by
' his power. Nobody In the game today can run with the Okla Okla-homa
homa Okla-homa Kid. Casey Stengel says, "Mickey runs, io fast he doesn't
' hpLid tho grass w -" 1 ""' v
Whether Mantle dees, or does not, hit 60, whether he does
or ones uvu, u"c vic r, v,,' L- -r------
"t-r-i tv,b mrriinn T.easue Most Valuable Player committee
;.,n h.n nn trmibin at nil in Dickins the 1958 successor to
Yogi Berra. 'JZiA----
Warren Spahn, 9-7; and Gene Con Con-The
The Con-The latter, hampered by arm
trouble in the spring, could be the
hect Af the lot. Snahn started slow-
lv n U mllinff now Rnl Trow
bridge is an extra hand and back
ing up the starters arenne super-;
lative relief workers. Dave Jolly
and Ernie Johnson; Lou Sleater is
an experienced left-hander and a
newcomer namea jfiuuips dods up
nere ana mere. .; i v .-,e
Whila TphhettQ 1c Innkincf desner.
alely for pitching, all Fred Haney1
nas M uu M "is imntis mu
bring in firemen witn 1 r 0 u o 1 e
startu And the Bravei have, their
full share of heavy- artUlery head-
ed ny Henry Aaron, joe Aacoca
and Eddie Matthews. ) r ;
A FOOTBALL '.TEAM has to
havo rilnninB attack to set ud its
passing, despite the professional
version. And all the long distance
hitting in 100 Babe Ruths and Mic
key Mantles won't get a Dig league
ciub anywhere without something
that at. least' nasses for Ditching.
There are classic examples of
this. In 1927, the Giants'- infield
was composed of Bill Terry, Ang
ers Hornsby, Travis Jackson ana
Freddie Lindstrom. In the .outfield
L.lj." -e.Ai:L a A
were .uu,ie viiuubu. puu
just beginning to swat the ball out
vrvh(v1v' rpnrh That edition
of celebrated Polo Grounders fu
i.-hrl third I i
' The Phillies "had "vauntefl sWat'
Sterc-Joe Hausen "Cy Wiluams,
Lefly O'Doul, ,jChuck 'Klein ana
Don Hurst, among thenv-swinging
for them in A bandbox Dark in the
late 1920'Bi and early "SO's. but
never were better than fourth.
with oil their nower since' Tom
Yawxey bought the franchise, the
Kea Sox nave won jus one peu-
nunr-and that freshlv; removea
from the war- years In 1946. "The
Giants manufactured 221 h 0 m e
runs for record in 1947 and ran
fourth. t U'V'.'
An Diwy Dean says, somebody
has to get them guys out.
' AMERICAN LEAfcTJK
' Al Lope' Cleveland Indians5 copped the laurels for last
week by winning five of their seven games played.. As of Mon Monday's
day's Monday's standings, the Tribe was t full nine and one-half games
off the pace set by the Kew York -Yankees, and in-order to
overtake the present leaders must play .750 ball or, better, with
New York performing under ,m.' .
To the unpredictable Detroit Tigers fell the honor of stop stopping
ping stopping the Yankees winning streak at 11 games when they dealt
the Stengelmen a double loss on Wednesday in the scheduled
twin-bill at Yankee Stadium, Paul Foytack copping the opener,
8 to 4, and Yankee nemesis Frank Lary gaining his fourth vic victory
tory victory of the season over the league leaders In the afterpiece by
a. 4-to-3 score. .. -v -: v 'j-fts
. m.. wik mi Viinorrn wVilt. Rnv hrentned a sien 01
relief as 'they finally ended their losing streak which went to
U games by besting the Baltimore Orioles by a 3-to-2 score
Thursday night .with Billy Pierce finally racking up his Wtb
victory after two futile attempts.. Billy, along with Yankees
Johnny Kuck are the league'-, biggtst winners wlthl. :
. L&si weex s piay ad a giuuco.
Friday morning Margarita's
"E" and "D" League plaved host
to the Cristobal's 'E" and 'D"
t sacrnff Tn th first same of the
mnrninir the Maraarlta "E'T
League aeinaiea me wtwvuua
I' -League ty a score 01 aa w
6. David WUder, Margaritas
"little ace," took scoring nonors
,;.-y or nnlnt fnllnwed h7 Jack
WUllams with II points and Ken
Cooper with 10. Jerry Pabon,
Larry Bonzoumei, ana n. m
did the scoring lor CristobaL
By BO WINNINSER
Writtwi for NEA Service
Every time I turn around on a
enurxe there a duffer Droudlv
sticking his hands onto his clubs
and pulling out a suck he fiat no
As he itens un. he seems to be
looking for a chance to tell the
boys back in the neighborhood.
"I hit an S-iron snot iw yaras.
It's a common fault. The man
should go with a iron. So he
pulls out the 8. That's the club he
likes to feel he can use. Actually,
he c-n't. The 6 is his best bet and
he should stick, with it,-
Golf, in many, respects, is a
game which the average person
hu miiitk 4nr his man m him
nhveirat wnll hpinff. That's fine
but trying to hit long shots so you
can gloat wiu never turn 1 o e
trick. A good score will, however,
anri vmi hiv a far better chance
of getting ft if you play within
ysurself. Pressing brings trouDie.
im-nJ li,K tht anhl vim
to twine : within yourself.' 'Doil
niitV Alt whirh fnrrM vou to AVer.
" r. 1 1
swing ana anocK yoursea du o-
Vau in rt rrinfidence in the
loft of your irons from practicing
the chip snot. 111 we easic piace
to -ktart learning what each club
More important. you ean learn
what each club cannot do for
ia the Mt el traw Ireaa chlv
NEXTt Julius Bores on driving.
in the aecond game of the
morning Margarita' "D League
lost a weU fought game to Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, 15t37. Jeffrey Leon and
Richard Chin took scoring hon-
ofs f or cristoDai, ; wiiue wm
Cronin took scoring nonors iw.
Margarita with 8 points.
j. Williams ..
D. Wilder .. ..
K. Cooper .. ..
R. RoscOe i. ..
K. Taylor u
Open Nlfhtly fro
. CRAP TABLE
, ,i -. -., -, .
; .TOTALS. I. .27' 27
Season's totals are as follows;
,255 497 52 255 497 62
, 4 .90
-.675 .. 454
j. Duhon .. .. . 0
T. T enn ..i .. 0
I j., Pabon ..
R. Smith i.. ,i .. .'
R. Marten ..
' 3392 6379 671 3392 6279 671
Bv BEANS RE ARDON
24 Years in National League
;, Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: The batter line the
ball down the left field -line. The
base coach brines him out rand
shows him the foul line... It is
rola"terei at the SDot where the
hull hit Can the umDire .use this
as the basis for changing his de
cision? uoDDy jteynoias.
f Answer: Tes, umpires use mis
type ef evidence in making calls
especially when ruling en a
hit batsmen. A freth bruise on
the arm helps fnem along If the
wa tauah t iudae. a
O. With a runner on first base,
the batter singles to right field,
Th mnnw imi tn third base.
but he failed to touch second..The
second baseman gets the ball,
tnnohs the hau and tne runner
is called out. Is this automauc7
A. N The baseman must ap appeal
peal appeal to the umpire before the
mnnir i called out. i
QUESTION: There is one ous
and 'a man on second base when
the batter nits ,a niaii on pie
ground that hops past the first
baseman at'the foul line. The um umpire
pire umpire rules it fair. The catcher rips
his mask oil to argue ana uie um.
pire throws him out of the game.
The runner rounds third base and
heads for the plate. -.The right
ffolritr orflhn the hall and throws
to the plate. The catcher tags the
runner out. What is the ruling?
' Answer: Plaf is suspanded tne
hHnt the catcher It totted out.
! The runner catcher to third
o How many wavs can a run
ner reach first base without hit
ting the ball?--Dennis Linehan.
i A. rive a want, Dane," Ming
hit by a pitch catcher's irrttrftr
ence and the catcher mining a
third .strike." ;. t
' (Gamej of Sunday, Juljf 22, included)
j!., 'Z: NATIONAL LEACCB t ,;
'ei.Mt.TMrttnan'kiM enntinuex tn dominate the senior clr
cult with superior playing. .Manager Fred Haney's charges with
six victories in eight games played was tops for last week. 4The
Cincinnati Rcdlegs and Brooklyn Dodgers' continue to .dog the
heels of the leaders, and the sughtest slip-up of the rejuvenat rejuvenated
ed rejuvenated wanevmpn will have their Dursuers breathing down their
necks at the finish lhie. ;;'? V.-;.,;..- r-vr-t
awpanna ettiriit Moffn' rtcrht.hander nt the Cincln
...i ohit fmaiiv t.sict(i rfefp.nt in Saturday's encounter with
the Pirates when Pittsburgh's P.oberto Clemente connected' for
a two-run homer in the ninth Inning. ; Lawrence, previous to
Saturday's game sported a 13-0 mark. r4 t J
Yam u.AAb nAnflmtai In tAOmai TnA nftll Wlt,n AlltnOriLv.
Latest checks show the towering six-foot four-Inch Brave flrst-
...ir kj v,n in -rnunt t.rlnner In hla last 13 -eames Also
contributing greatly to the Braves' attack Is. outfielder Hank
urnn hn rir.rinir the lsmt, 20 sramas boosted his average to
26. . '-
."'': The Chicago Cubs continue to' show Improvement,1 and at
tne nresent moment are just one-Kanie oemuu uiv wumyuis
fifth-place Pirates. The recall of fleet-footed outfielder Solly
riraVea fmm the minor wu nne of the reasons for the Cubs
recent splurge. J p .,
'.'I't :!''." "';-. '-'"r '''' iK.'v'.i,fii-
Herewith 1 a table of last week's activities: (
S. Fields ..
B. Huff .'.
Rt. Louis. :
285 584 69 285 584 59
New York, i
5 1 11
26 1 53
2 2 6
Brayton .. ..
r't- :: "D" Cristobal
fa; ft pt
S 5 15
Q. Duhon .. .. k. 3
J. Blevlns .... .. .. .. 2
R. Chin 8
J. Leon '
L. Davis 1
S. Leon ,. ,, .,. 0
"Total' "" ""
17 3 87
way. There can' be no flukes, for
ifi the hest two ef t&ree heats.
If a different horse wins each
heat, they trot off in a three-horse
final.-' sv;?: vV.
It is easily the hardest event on
hsrneca hnrae A horae can COn-
ceivibly wind up running' four sep
arate miiea ta lavm mm wckdoi. :
Even tf Victory 4n regulation
time Is no lark for trotter look
ine to succeed Scott Frost as
champion. ryi '.'""''f
Don't IM ncnina.
5. Foet Itch, Athtata'a Foot (AllpuSraJ
r other blamUhaa dlangTira or akla
an4 ambarrMa you another iar without
trylne eUaodarm. Thla Tt Mdlc Iro
eomWata tha rnna a4 paraalloa whtcl.
ofun ara thereaJ cauaa ol akia UeuhlM.
That la why Niaadtrm ao uickly inkf
your akin aoft, cloar, amooth a4 i i-trcU.
trcU. i-trcU. Oat Niaaaern from year w
atat todaje-aoa how much battar Fa
akin looka aa4 taala tomorrow. y
Wherever people of distihefioh
meet you'll, always find
TOTALS, V'. .344 344 3143 6848 ; 641 3142 5848 641
(Games of Sunday, July 22, included)
Along The (-oil-ways
PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF ASSO-
. . CIATJON f
The Ft TiavU laHv polfers were
pleased to see such a wonderful
. . n. : j X..
hirn-out trom me racuic sme iw
the mnnthlv PWGA tournament
Hope they enjoyed themselves as
much as we enjoyed haying them.
The daily thunderstorm even held
off until most oi tne piayers were
in. i. v.-'.. '.- ''' ?.:-r r
Thanks to Ruby Kruger and the
Ft. Davis Officers Club for a deli,
clous luncheon. The array of prizes
wa lovelv and all winners seera-
- ... 1- n
en n eaaed. in aaauion daca onur
HnnaieH a bnttln of Scotch and Na
tioiisi Distilleries,, three bottles of
whisky. Many thanks!
after tha (cores were checked
iha niil time nlfers are 'going to
have to look to their laurels because
tha vounffsters came in lor nrst
prizes, Lynn Joneahsd low net of
71 anrf MaHelnn Garrett came in
with aeennii low net of 72. Geo
Rnrnr had low fiTOSS With 80. B.
Hughes, B. Dilfer and H. Serger
had T3. S. Carpenter, 74; C. Bishop
75; K. Kruger and M. Taylor, 77,
E. Dials; 78; J. aurewau ana n.
Cherry, 79. R. Lincoln and Louise
Vti.,e in the luncheon the awards
for the Isthmian Handicap Tourna Tourna-nrenented.
nrenented. Tourna-nrenented. The nrizes
were' of silver and very lovely due
to the euorts or noooie iiunnea
and Silva Carpenter., 'ihe winners
were Droud of them and were welj-
deserved. Congratulations girls I
The next P.V7.G.A. tournament
will be held at Panama Golf Club
on August 18. There will be anoth
er reminder si ti ma aaie ana iuie-
un an read vour golfing section of
.'uie spons page.
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compliment you can pay. ;
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. 11 Li J
I I t
P ARRIS ISLAND, S.C July (KPA doctor testified
todar that Sgt Matthew C. McKeon was "within thr nor nor-,1
,1 nor-,1 ;mal limits of sobriety" when he examined 'hint, three hours
v after the Pants Island death march. : t
; Navy Li. R. J. Atcheson, the doctor who gave McKeon
- blood test for intoxication, told McKeon's general court
" I wartial he based his opinion on a sobriety test he gate, the
.it.r.nM drill Instructor at reoutst of military police.
The MP! arrested McEeon about three, hours after the
:rmiii took his vlatoon en-a night marc, into a tidal
' stream to teach the men discipline April I. Six were drown-
MrKton has admitted taking several drinks from a bot
tle of vodka prior to tne marcn.
J 'Atcheson 'said -the sobriety test
a routine one in, which a per-
w?b coordination is evaluated.
-f rnirium ho said. resDonded In
HnV.ipfontiv nnrmBl" manner to
icrifs of tests ifor equiUbrium,
vicinn eait. straicht wauc-
iiijr.' speech,, eye pupils, pointing
f The doctor said, in answer to
fanpstion by chiefi defense council
Emile Zola Berman that heid
not have any confidence in a Wood
ilcohol test, made about midnight
AhrH I McKeon had started
la nf Platoon 71 on
trtaivh into the tidal water of Rib-V
ion Creek, about 8:30 that night.
The blood alcohol test, called a
Siren's test," showed a reading
bf 1.5 milligrams of alcohol per
rnhifi centimeter of blood for Mc
S Atcheson, 27, of Memphis, Tenn.,
laid, he is not an expert on the
Bonn's test but that in his own
general experience as a doctor a
1.5 reading "does mean that the
pei son has had some contact with
alcohol the amount or when he
had it I wouldn't say."
TODAY 75 40
S:15. 5:10, 7:00. 8:50 p.m.
GREGORY RATOFF ;
riY KENDALL MARINA BERTi
ALEX D'ARCY' WARY COSTES
:.:" V 1-
knote the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P, THURSDAY, JULY 26. 195S
"In your opinion, "did youMend
any credence whatsoever to the
Bogen's teste" Berman asked.
. "imo, i did pot," tne doctor re-i
' Atehtion, was the 34th prost.
cutfon witness, in the ninth day
of McKeon's genera) court mar
tial on charges of manslaughter,
oppression of troops, and drink drinking
ing drinking in violation of regulations.
Atcheson is with fho Parris Is Island
land Island medical, detachment. :
Atcheson was called as a prose
cution witness because the Dresid
ing law officer, Navy. Capt.' Irv
ing n. Klein, yesterday requested
the trial counsel to put him on the
stand so there could be expert
testimony about the sergeant's state
of .sobriety., :-yv;.
Tne defense, ha contended that
the evidence ; about intoxication
Is irrelevant to the McKeon case
because he is not. charged with
drunkenness .nor with being un under
der under the influence of liquor
Atcheson saltf the sobriety test
was routine "l m afraid it s a
rather common one on this base."
He described the drawing of two
to five cubic centimeters of blood
from McKeon's vein for the Bog
en's test. ., !.,' v.
In answer to a question bv Ber
man, he said that in cleansing the
site of the injection of the needle
mto the arm he used a sponge
wnicn an attendant oanaea mm
and he presumed the cleansing so
lution was either rubbing alcohol
or a metniolate solution.
The prosecution expected, to wind
up its case today. ,
Despite heated Abjections. Jrom
the defense,, the seven-m ember
court martial board accepted a
dispensary record of a blood iest
administered tne 3l.year-old Ma
rine from Worcester, Mass.
In the statement! read by Set.
Samuel L. Cummings, chief m m-vesiigator
vesiigator m-vesiigator in the provost marshal's
omce at this Marine training de
pot, McKeon related how "All dur during
ing during the afternoon I bad some drinks
from the bottle.'! believe at the
most, I had three, or four drinks."
He said that earlier that day,
"I became quile angry" at find finding
ing finding some of the recruits lying
down and ordered a "field day"
r barracks cleanup..
Tropical Slorm How
Building Hear Gull
NEW ORLEAKS" Ju 26 (UP)
A "suspicious area" "in the
southwest Gulf of Mexico built Up
today into the season's first tropi tropical
cal tropical storm With winds clocked at
60 miles per hour near the center.
The Weather Bureau in Adviso Advisory
ry Advisory No. 1 issued at 10 a.m. said
winds of 60 miles per hour, 15 be below
low below hurricane strength, had been
located in. the center. It said gales 4
in squalls extended out about 100
miles from the center. v
The storm was located about
inn mllpfl a.mthwect nf Timnirn
Mexico, and was moving west-!
northwest about 12 miles per how,
The Weather Bureao, which tag tagged
ged tagged the storm "Anna," said the
center should reach the coast a
little south of Tampico this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. I
To Hold Important
An, Important theeting ot the
Paraiso Civic council will be
held in the music room of the
Paraiso High School tonight, at
I ': "!
In addition to hearing the re report
port report of the last shirt-sleeve con
ference other matters affectlnsl
the town will be discussed. All i
resmenw oi faraiso are invea.i
5 DAlY- .KEWSPJff r' ;f
country i$ safe 'Abrahnm'Uncolh.
Fouhd McKeon Sober
After : -KeamMicli
While going, to t" th mail
shortly after noon, the- statement
said, "I got the idea to taKe them
out into the swamps .that night,
thinking that I could teach them
a. little more discipline.",, .,'
: "ln the' statement, McKeon de described
scribed described the platoon as "about
three-f ourths ... squared away
but the remainder were tout
balls." : ,- .- ;
He took the platoon to'Jllbbon
Creek that night aijd after. doub-
linn the erouD back in the water.
"I heard some men to my-right.
out towards the center of' theL1 farlieia- Mart
stream, yelling for; help,";rtoeE fled that McKeqn,
statement contmued.v' i
McKeon related in the state
ment that there were about six or
seven men in the group .. calling
ior aia. .-. .. -. -ti-i-i
"I, at thir point, 'swam out- to
the men in the middle of the
stream. I grabbed one man and
took him to the beach to a point
where he could stand up."
Then, the statement -went on,
McKeon plunged back into the
water where some of the men were
helnine others get ashore.?',
"I swam out and as I passed one
of the ment a, colored boy who I
Weather Or Not
. This weathar report,; far the 24
heurs ending I a.m. today, is ft ft-psied
psied ft-psied by the Mettorelogltil tni
Hydrographit Iranch ef the Pana Pana-aia
aia Pana-aia Canal Compiays v
TODAY 60 30
1:00, 2:40, 4:45, 6:50, 9:00 p.m.
.filmed it in the
. and COLOR!-
i.. i n wmmrmm
J- - :
thoiWht' was okay. grabbed me
and we both went down under ue
surface 'of the ; "water and thei
came back to" the surface. We
went down a second time and at
Khis point be let go of me and
ciiulu not find him after, that,.
After several attempts to" lo
cate-the boy and having no suc
cess. 1 headea for the be
could see no one else id the area.
"Th tide,' I believe, was high
and et tbe time was olngout; as
mere was quite a eurreni,
Marme guaro lestL
shivering from apparent," cold,
tried to hide a nearly-empty bot bottle
tle bottle of vodka after the night
march, v :
' .'The prosecution has also intro introduced
duced introduced witnesses who said they s4w
tne junior arm instructor drink
from the bottle on the day of the
fatal march and put 'it to his line
less than an hour before the pla
toon waaea into tne trees
Boys I2f Girls 9
. Twelve boys and nine eiris' were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight, July
2,3 according to the regular hospi hospital
tal hospital report. During the same pe period
riod period 181 patients were admitted
ana it were aiscnargea.
The names and addresses of the
parents of the girl babies follow:
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cunning Cunningham,
ham, Cunningham, of Curundu Heights,:; Mr.
ana Mrs. u. n. iJowen, of Gam Gam-boa)
boa) Gam-boa) Sgt. and Mrs. J. E. Marston,
of Lacona: St.- and Mrs. A. J.
Gillis, of Ft. Clayton; S-S'gt. and
MrsVV. T., HU, qf Alhrook;. Mr,
and Mrs'. S. B. Goode, of Paraiso;
Mr. and Mrs. K. L, .Behrendt, of
Pedro Miguel;' Mr. and Mrs. L. Q.
Rail, of Panama jCny; and Sgt.
and Mrs. R.-L. :Ppwers, .' of. Ft
Kobbe. (' , .y
', ' V-3 u- i '- "i"--Bdys
were born to the following;
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Roper, of
Panama City-Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Harrington, of N. A. I). Rodman;
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Whitney, of
Ancon; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Senff,
of -RousseaurMr. and- MrsrC. B.
Ltdezma, of La Boca: Mr, and
Mrs. M. M. Moreno: ot Nuevti'tm
perador; Mr. and Mrs.. Moises
Minas, of Paraiso; Mr. and Mrs.
Jj V. Samuels of Paraiso; Mr. and
Mrs. R.' A.' Chilson, of Panama;
M-Sgt. and Mrs. p. F, Loiig. of
Rodman; Sgt and Mrs. K. G.
Simmons of Ft; Kobbe; and and
Mr. and Mrs. Ji R. Taplcy, of Pa
nania Cityvf, n
llerler Id Ilomlnald
liixoA Because Ike
Vanis Him To Do II
WASHINGTON July UPJ -Gov.
Christian A. Herter"was re reported
ported reported today to have agreed to
nominate Vice President Richard
M. Nixon only when convinced
that President Eisenhower wanted
him tn tin n :-" -r
Credible "evidence Vhind this re
port was one more Indication if
any was needed that, Mr. Eisen-
nower naa no sympathy for Ha Harold
rold Harold E. Stassen's project to substi
tute Hertef fot Wuon on the 1956
GOP ticket .:
,Stassen, White House disarma
ment adviser, sent up his political
skyrocket Monday despite earlier
indications that, Mr. Eisenhower
wouia De giad tahayNxon re renominated.
nominated. renominated. It fizzled day -later
when Republican National Chair
man Leonard W. Hall announced
that Herter, GovernQ of Massa Massachusetts,
chusetts, Massachusetts, would plape ,N i x o n's
name in nomination- aT. tne uur
- It was understood that Herter
'sought and got assurance that Mr.
Eisenhower wanted him to make
the convention nominating speech
iur nixon. r
However, Stassen remained de determined
termined determined o press his campaign
for Herter.' He told newsmen last
f ht ho would iall,it off only if
! President makes it unmistak unmistak-ly
ly unmistak-ly clear that Nixon ia the desir desired
ed desired candidate.
Stassen plso said he had decid
ed twe weeks ago to launch a pub public
lic public campaign for Herter. He said
he had so advised the Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts Governor, who had neither
encouraged nor discouraged-the i i-dea,
GOP State Auditor
So He Could Live
SPRINGFIELD, -HI:; July 26
(UP) A prosecutor said yesteH
day that ex-bute Auditor Urvuie
E. Hodge conlessed em Dealing at
least $500,000 so he could be a po
litical "lug shot", and live like a
millionaire. t i
The story oi muddled finances'!
high living and; a yearning for
in the office of State's Attorneylpiy lost track of how manf fraud-
Geeree P. Coutrakon.
. Fur more than two hours Cou
trakon read to newsmen excerpts
from Hodge's 176 pages of "clean
breast testimony given in eight
hours ot conferences last week.
MUST HAVE BEEN INSANE'
'.'1 must have been temporarily
insane, tne-, wsgratea politician
Hedge admitted "DO per cent
responsibility'' for massive
phony check scheme which pros-
K secutore say eventually may in
volve more than one million dol
"Somewhere between $500,000
and S50,OU0" of tbe state's money,
found its way vtoto his pockets,!
Hedge ; said ... 1
The money 'went mto backing
nuugea iiwm ui puuc cueei
choice Spruigtield and Chicago
r Jr" j J zrr
nni( KTiTineTiiin inn i.n ravn,
night clubs, and hotels, Hodge ad admitted.
mitted. admitted. -"-. V"'
r More thousands '. went into In
vestments 'which never paid off.
No other politicians or officials
were involved, hfesaid. ' ....
ATfew'' hours, after Coutrakon
released the story.,of the mam mam-motn
motn mam-motn embezzlement, Sheriffs de-
puties raided Hodge's plush Lake
apringneia nome m a iruiueas
searcn for missing vouchers of tne
SAY HI IS BEATEN f
' Hodge, who has resigned as au
ditor and as a candidate for re-e
lectioa, greeted the deputies and
let them into his home. The depu
ties described him as a tnorougn
ly beaten, shaken man.
Meanwhile, there were reports
In Springfield that .Hodge had
spend large sums, en numerous
woman 'friends, i .-.
An ex-Hodg employe, Mr, Cleo
English, told newsmen before en
tering a grana jury session jesiet
dav that her, boss was known a
round the sute auditor's office as
a f'ladies', man.'' Associates of the
deposed auditor said -he lavished
expensive gifts on lady friends. -1
The Hodge affair has clouded
Republican hopes tf carrying It
Daughter Of Red
Party Boss Visits
ROME, July 8, (UP) The
daughter of Soviet party chief Ni Ni-kita.S,
kita.S, Ni-kita.S, Khrushchev and .the daughter-in-law
of Premier Nikolai, A.
Bulganin. made a tour of Rom e
and Naples incognito last week
Communist newspapers disclosed
IVy were among a roup of 437
Rusnian tourists : who visited the
standard sights, oi tbe two cities
and listened to a Roman Catholic
priest discuss the heroism of the
early, Christian martyrs. :
Jhe women traveled with the
group. withbut ,; their-, husbands.
Khrushchev's daughter explained
mac ner nusoana was lust anoth
er Russian who works in Moscow
He .could not get a vacation to
come on this tripi"
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linois for' the state ticket a nd
President Eisenhower this fall.
-But GOP Gov. William G. Strat-
ton and Hodges successor on the
ticket. State Sen. Elbert S. Smith,
said Republican will campaign on
the theme that, thev hiv "dun.
ed ud" the seandal.t.
The swindle became so great1
r6":- ',1'""" efpreparea
hy his JLOOO-month office man-
agex(l Mward A.'vppmg, and tune from his parents and in-laws,
were- cashed atv the Soutiimoorj. He was Springfield's best party
?aniLM.d :PU? rf PSW host- Although an earlier attempt
companion, Edward, A. Hints.,
MIND 'VEftY, HAZY'
When Coutrakon pointed out the
many conirauierions in nis, srara-
ment, the resigned auditor s a i d
his mind was ''venMtazy" about
the whole scheme,
"1 wis vervfeusv trvme to do a
onnH inh in the auditor's office.
itodee said. "I suoDose I was so
busy I didn't think of the serious-
loess of what was .happening and
it it to at that. :
uoutraKon saw .,ne consiaera
rii .ahihodiAi, t .1
uui w uu vyiMw.
.. HnriffA madB fiia clean breast
r;; -7 a --. rv ;
liast .wees, oeiore cut;rjii giuu
1 3Hj;fnJ kirn .tk ITnmntf
and Hintz, on charges of misap-
plicauon of $875,666 in ederauy-Insured-funds
and .before a county
grand Jury lnoiciea mm on o
erand iurv indicted him on 276
counts pf forgery ,-wnnaence game
qoo in phony sUte checks.
ana emDeiuenicm .u.i
Hodge's motive for the great
The Body Awarded
At Bedside Court
Hollywood; juiy 2-(up)
Hollywood's first boudoir di
vorce has' been won oy Mane
(Th Body). McDonald on testi
mony that- her estranged hus husband,
band, husband, shoe magnate Harry Karl,
beat her in- the stomach while
she .waa- pregnant ;.
"The bestutlful blonde actress,
bedridden with pregnancy com
plications, was granted a divorce
from Karl In her San Fernando
Valley home yesterday by Supe
rior Judge Alfred Paonessa, who
held court at her bedside.
' Paonessa- took along a court
clerk and a court stenographer
for the unusual hearing at the
Enclno, Calif., residence. Twen Twenty
ty Twenty reporters alsoetfl present.
Miss McDonald sobblngly' re repeated
peated repeated art accusation she made
against Karl to police last May
9.- She said Karl struck her in
trie stomach and -that; she had
to be rushed to a hospital for
:? Paonessa' also' warded ; her
$500 a month support" for the
couple's two small adopted chil children.
dren. children. After her baby is born by
caesarian section In September,"
she will receive $750 a' month
child support;1, "'jJ''-s ava
.?.".., Kiv 'VP''
i This' was" her : second divorce
from Karl. They first were di divorced
vorced divorced Sept If. 1954. but were
re-wed June 14, 1955. They sep separated;
arated; separated; for ther. last time in
March -of this year.
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; Read slorv cn cac? 10
state trmury. raid appeared to
be a compulsion for Uvish living
and hope that ho 'could pay.
Wa way into the governor's man man-sion.
sion. man-sion. ',',-' '.,:''
BIC PARTY HOST
Until 'fhA Dflkn.!.! .u.a 1 T-.3
ta S uto x ,R
Most persons accepted his story
that he had inherited a small for;
u, sain me KCDuuiican "eubemiri'-
ni nomination iiiiziea, ne was
conceded a good chance lo wu it
The-priacely 'aysv of Hodge in
cluaen rhniisand.lA htr.narfisa -t
Sprmgneld night clubs and- the
piusb Camelia' Room in; Chicago's
. He owned four cars, q $400 000
hotol in Fort A.auderdaJe, F la.,
$25,000 home at Lake Spring Springfield
field Springfield near the tapltal and anoth another
er another home at his -native Granite
City, 111. v -H
Luxurious, specially i decorated
sujte were at j b'S disposal
.Apringiieid and Chicago.
xnt mytn 01 weaitn was reveal
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4 Hodge, said -hrtwssfl to"d1pin
1 1 d iSf 1955. S when he
vas taMng 0pvpoging',Gbv. WU-f
u.m station for the nommation for
governor. He needed
Epping "came in one day
said he h a d some warrants
(cherks) he thbu?ht we could
cash," Hodge said.. Hodge, tele-,
phoned Hintz and said "there
Solons In A!I-0u!3
WASHINGTON, July 26 (UP) 1
Congressional leaders called the
House ind Senate into session ear early
ly early today, in all-out drive for, final
adjournment tomorrow or Saturday.;-
Senate leaders indicated there
was an even chance that the final
gavei could be banged tomorrow.
The Senate called up for action
the compromise $3.77 billion foreign
aid appropriations and military con
struction bills. The House called
up the $165 million t'rying .Pan .Pan-Arkansas
Arkansas .Pan-Arkansas river oroiect. '.
" The Senate Pott ( Office commit committee
tee committee scheduled a showdown vote
on the administration's $43(l-million
postal increase Jbill.: t "
. Informed sources said there was
a fan chance thei subcommittee
would recommend some boost in
postage' rates. :
. But Demociatic source said no
postal rate bill has a chance of
getting through Congress befpri ad
Other imporcanf legislation stifli
pending included the housing, : so-home yesterday, vowing her love
cia security and flpod irsurance for. the American she claims fath fath-tiils,)Also
tiils,)Also fath-tiils,)Also pending wai 4 $,2.3 bil- ered her child eight years ago ia
Hon catch-all money bill-, IParir.
Congress-whittled "6wn the pile 'l still love him," she said of
Of so-called "must"' legislation to the cne-time Army lieutenant she
a- handful Of bills in the last few was unable to contact, "I hope he
jays. Leaders indicated they would willi take a personal interest in
let some of the remairiinf; "must"Patrice (her 8.year-old daughter)
bills die rather than carry tne ses
ston mto next week.
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would be some .Warras and it
would be ail right for L .n to casa
them.", ." .
--.From., that point, Hodge said ia
his statement, it became posres-
sively easier to nip mto the state
till whenever he felt t ;e urie.
' Money from phony state decks,
made out. for work in tue audi auditors
tors auditors office. which never was per-,
formed,, was placed in an envel envelope
ope envelope at the So'!":;n.Kr bank
Hodge forged, endorsements oa
10 state checks litmseif, he said.
He sent Epping ; to r'ck up the
money at the bank whenever I
wanted to. y-. .. :
t' would us 'the money as I
needed it,' he iid. ':"lt appi appi-'
' appi-' rently Wit there, because I was
never turned down M any of h.
As o whether he ever intend intended
ed intended to pay back thd money, -Hodge
said "I thought about it several
times." ,---, f
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At VcSccsr.Ltg Paly
; LONDON, July 26 (UP) MarL
lyn Monroe- pulled a diplomatic
blonder it "her" British "' "coming
out" party which broke up in the
nours yesterday -morning, the
Daily Express reported today.
Lords and ladies,-diplomats, and
stars oi tne Bnttsb Uterarv. erne-
ma, ana acting worms iiirnea out
at playwright Terence Rattigan
house for the official welcoming
party. Prattigan wrote: t'lhe Sleep
ing Prince," in which she U'star U'star-ring
ring U'star-ring with Sir Laurenee,01ibier.
Among the diplomats were U.S.
Ambassador Winthrop Aldrich and
r ttiiniiiniiiau. uiymiuak Auuenn a- :
fias, nusoana of Britain s prima
bajicnha Dame Mafgot Fonteyn.
Ariaf "was Introduced to the blonde
Ambassador1.'". ' Tr: y-;
"Of what? she replied Innocently.";-
. -.;.; y v :.j. v
;A friend, whispered through the
hush that Arias came from, ,Panrr
umerwise tne party came on
pretty well,; except that the bash
ful British men present seemed a a-fraid
fraid a-fraid to dance with curvaceous Ma Ma-tilymi
tilymi Ma-tilymi Only host Terence- Rattigan
took the plunge on the dance floor,
aside from5 Marilyn's "husband Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Miller ana a Hollywood cro.
ny, biirdresserl Sidney. Gullaroff.
( The party was reportedly the
biggest show business and society
do of the yean Among the guests
were Douglas Fairbanks,. Sir John
Gielgud, lady tDiana Cooper and
Sir Hartley. Shay cross. .
Unable To Locate
Father OF Child
NEVT YOR& July 26 (TJP) -French
stowaway Sylvia Eailbaut
sailed' on the He de France for
i Because life is
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