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PANAMA, R. P MONDAY, At GUST 1956
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Several disclosure were made at Balboa Heights to-
day in regard to the Postal Division.
They came as a result of one question as 'to whether
' the Ancon Post Office is apt to be closed In the approxi approxi-..."
..." approxi-..." mate future and another ai to what reduction in force is
contemplated as a result of proposed changes in the work
of the Postal Division and ha employes! r V.
With regard to the Question,
it was stated that no set pro proposal
posal proposal exists at this time for
closing the Ancon Post office." A
spokesman for the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal co.-Canal Zone government
1 "a study of the Ancon post
Office operation la under way,
specifically In relation to Its ef effect
fect effect upon the deficit; in the
Postal Division, and the necessi necessity
ty necessity of retaining that operation In
providing efficient and necessa necessary
ry necessary postal service to the residents
of the Canal Zone." 11
It wasyalso disclosed that, the
responsibility, for handling the
trucking necessary for postal op operations
erations operations Is being transferred
from the postal Division to the
Motor Transportation Division.
(drab Cc!d Cub
- A maid who Is accused of en
:-' terlne the room of another maid
- for the purpose of stealing, and
a man who said he went Into
Tivoli Commissary for the pur
pose of carrying off meat prod prod-a
a prod-a ucts havit been charged In Bal-
rtboa Magistrate's court with bur-
Matilde Irene Knight, 20. Pan
amanlan, was charged with en entering
tering entering the maid's room at Quar Quarter
ter Quarter i"--" "'1 Avenue, Albrook
A. :. : s;,n..j c.iiiit
wlta eral a'tolen objects In
her f'-'esslon Eail was set at
$100 her- case continued un until
til until Wednesday,
Also continued until Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday was the burglary charge a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Ragland Augustus Cad Caddie,
die, Caddie, 19. Panamanian, who is ac-
fused of having carried four
packages of cold cuts out of the
commissary In his pocket. Ball
for him was fixed at 1200.
II? Yc:h Accused
A charge of bringing stolen
proyerty into "the Canal Zone
was lodged in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court this morning a-
. gainst Uldarklo Adolfo Diet, IS
He is charged with having
taken a billfold from Isabels
Cordova Valdes in the Republic
of Panama. Allegedly the bill
fold contained $28, part of
which wa brought into the
Reportedly the youth took the
woman's nurse and ran into the
Canal Zone when she tried to
Re was appreheaded in the
Shaler Road area.
His cas was continued until
' Wednesday, Ball was fixed at
, American Found
Dead In Car
Joseph Adelald Parent, 58, a
V retired American Army sergeant
wno uvea in ei vane, was found
. dead in the seat of. his station
. wagon yesterday morning. The
- car was parked in Ancon.
His body was found bv Stew
art Guy, a resident of Panama
City who is employed by the Ar Ar-my
my Ar-my at corneal; ,.f
Guy had. left his automobile
. parked overnight on Mamei
Place in Ancon. When he came
to ret it about 9 a.m. he saw the
station .wagon parked next lo
Mr. Parent was dead on the
seat of the vehicle
An autopsy has been ordered
2 More Cases
Of Polio In RP
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y,Tvo more eases of polio were
reponea in me nepuonc of
One was that of a 2(-year-
eld man from Arraijan.
The other case was report'
ed from Colon. :
As a result of this transfer of
responsibility it is possible thai
as tune roes on as many as five
or six of the ? postal employes
performing chauffeur duties will
be given termination notices,-'
Whether thla will be necessary
will be determined after the
transfer la in operation, s
No reduction-m-force notic notices
es notices have been Issue within the
Postal Division, it was stated.
However, it was confirmed that
a limited internal reorganization
within the division is being car carried
ried carried out to the extent necessary.
This will result in some par
tial changes is lob assignments.
Those U. s.-rate clerks wno
have had to handle -window
duties as part of their work wiu
now have to absorb all of the
window work. Including that
part of it which has been per performed
formed performed by two or three local rate
clerks in conjunction with other
duties:- - '. v7
It was understood from other
sources that the local rates have
been notified they would be re
duced in rating and would suf
fer a cut in salary.
Crcds Am In Full
A voimr man who climbed t
tree after applying for work at
ym (pontvai i.por V is nursr
"iig a 'broken arm touay. v:
- Pedro Caballero, 18, Panama-
nian,. who lives in Chorrillo, fell
boa High School.
He told Canal Zone police that
after applying for a job he de decided
cided decided to climb the tree to ret
some fruit. He stepped on a limb
about 20 feet above the ground.
The limb snanped off and he
fell. His right lower arm was
broken by the Impact. -,
Caballero was given emergen
cy treatment at Gorgas Hospi
tal and men iransierrea to can canto
to canto Tomas.
COAC 7c:l$ To Day
15 Ancrlccn Jsfs
For T::r!:i Allelic
LONDON, Aug. (UP) Brit-
am s nationalized worm airnne nas
asked the government for dollars
to buy American Boeing jet airlin
ers, it was reported here today.
A British Overseas Airways Cor
poration report to the Ministry of
Transport and civil Aviation states
flatly that the American jetliners
must be bought or tne corporation
will be run out of business in the
BOAC wants to buy 15 Boeing
707 intercontinental lets at a re
oorted cost of $112,000,000. The de
cision follows a recent survey trip
to the United States by a BOAC
team of experts which visited both
Boeing and Douglas aircrat punts.
Nearly all BOAis competitors
have placed orders for one of the
two American jetliners.
The British airline, wmcn pio
neered in iet airline travel with
the trafedv-nlagued Comets, was
reoorted reluctant to order tne Dig,
heavy American jets because they
lack the flexibility of tne improvea
and later model Comets.
But executives were convinced
the bigger, faster American planes
were necessary to compete on the
lucrative North Atlantic route.
The BOAC version of the Boe Boeing
ing Boeing 707 will be powered by Rolls-
Royce Conway by-pass i engines
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Start Out On
MONACO, Aug. 6 (UP) -Prince
Rainier and Princess Grace board
ed their yacht Deo Juvante
la it night for a 12 day second hon
They were accompanied by Mrs
Davii Nivea, wife of .the British
actor. . t ; : .
The prince announced last week
that his Hollywood-actress bride
is going to become a mother in
I The cruise apparently' was de de-jsiiraed'.BS
jsiiraed'.BS de-jsiiraed'.BS a rest for her : before
the. royal' couple start prepara-
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11 Years -After:
4 HIROSHIMA, Aug. (UP) -Sirens
screamed over Hiroshima to today
day today and 200,000 persons bowed
heads in silent prayer 11 years to
uie minute auer history s first at atom
om atom bomb destroyed the heart of
uus tated city. 1
, At exactly t:1S a.m., ill acti activity
vity activity hittid in this central Japa Japa-nM
nM Japa-nM city the citixons rtmom rtmom-borod
borod rtmom-borod the noarly (0,000 ptrton
th city officially lists as bing
KtMM by the atom bomb droppod
from an Amtrlcan Suporfor
trSS. r ,,;
-Twenty thousand persons gather.
ed at the peace membrial park
where SOO-'peace doves" soared
into the skies and Hiroshima ma
yor Tadao Watanabe warned that
the world must not "reoeat
uie misery or Hiroshima,"
rr.me Minister Ichiro Hatoya
ma sent a message appealing to
the Japanese to strive to build a
cultural country based on world
peace and democracy. .
liie anniversary ceremony here
coincided with the opening in Tokyo
of .the second world conference "a-
gainst atomic and hydrogen
Delegates from several' foreign
nations including Russia, Roma Romania
nia Romania and Communist China arrived
in Tokyo for the meetine..
The conference will move to Na
gasaki on Aug. t, the. 11th anni
versary of that city'a atom:bom-
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SANJA ANA Califs Aug. I i
(UP). Eleven convicts soaped
their nude bodies and slither tn
freedom through a small tunnel
last night. Six were recaptured
and five remained at large today.
The mother of one ofthe convicts
was the first person to tell police
about the mass break,
Officers said there were several
murderers in jail but only one
escaped.1 .,4 '.'.-. -x.'
-"One of them was too fat to ce
through the narrow opening if he'd
wanted to," deputies said, i -Thirty
other felony prisoners in
The inmates, awaitine sentene.
Ing for crimes including murder,
bab rheks, burglary, kidnaping and
auto men, undressed, soaped them
selves and slipped through an onen
ing of only eight by 20 inches into
a tunnel by their tank. Thev fol
lowed, the short utility pipe tunnel
to a ventilator shaft, redressed,
climbed four stories up the shaft to
the roof and then lowered them
selves into an alley with strips ot)
Capt. Clyde L. Gathright said
bars were cut at the tunnel and
the ventlator shaft.
"Our jail is old, outmoded and
overcrowded," he said. "M a y b e
we'll get a new one now. No heads
wifl roll-; it was just one of those
said prisoners await
ing sentencing keep their civilian
clothes because they have to be
available at any time for sentence
or a probation hearing in court.
He said the break? occurred at the
quietest time of the week when
foui deputies wen on duty,
In Central Uzd.
Washington! Aug. (up)
The Navy announced tersely
today that the Sixth Fleet has
started exercises in the "Cen "Central
tral "Central Mediterranean Area." i
Tl e three-sentence Navy an
nouacement made .no mention
of the trouble in the Sura Ca
nal area. It apparently soueht
to avoid any indication t hat
exercises by. the powerful fleet
are related to crisis in the Suez
area where Britain is assem
bllng its military power.
The exercises, the Navy said.
"are a part of continuing train-
In to insure maximum read!
nesn and alertness in the fleet
The statement also said: "The
routine exercises are being con conducted
ducted conducted in acordance with nlans
formulated several months ago."
The Sixth Fleet normally
comprises two aircraft carriers
wiwi u iu iiwiics ewtu, inree to me service and will furnish e e-crulsers,
crulsers, e-crulsers, 24 destroyers, two or merency service whenever needed
three submarines, and assorted in the future. i
supporting vessels. It probbaly The' switchgear and transformers
numbers about 25.000 men in. off th r.atim hhii-i c.
"uomi a reiniorcea Dauauonlnon nave now been ririivorf anH
of 1.800 marines. .
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SOME OF THE 15 HOY SCOUTS os with the. townspeople of B'oaueteJM they toWd:i'day.
' night after spending. four days on a hike, from' El-.Volcani to Boauetei;On their arrival,, thw
whole town turned out to meet
noys are snown wun ,'ome
'delayed .on the hike When
EATING THEIR FIRST MEAL In nearly two da ys are three 'of the 15 scouts who spent a tough
four days in the mountains. Aside from being, tired and, hungry, the. boys were none the the-worse
worse the-worse for their experience. t .. ( . C.S. Army Photo)
60 Cycle Conversion .Of GZ. ; Electrical
Equipment Will : Be Resum ed 'AtiM'atjgWita
The conversion of domestic e
lectsical equipment for 60-cycle use
wiu re resumed this week at Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, formal notices havini been
delivered to the occupants of 14 a a-partments
partments a-partments there.
Although a few houses have al already
ready already been converted, from 25 25-cyclo
cyclo 25-cyclo to 60-cycle current in Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, the Atlantic area conver conversion
sion conversion program has been greatly de de-layei
layei de-layei by the non-delivery of es essential
sential essential parts and material. :
Under the conversion schedule o
rigtnauy set up when this contract
was ao'-'ipd to Sachse Interna International
tional International Lie! trie1 Company, the con-
version of domestic equipment in
iviargarua was to nave been com- station and tne Miraiiores auosia-pleted-
by the middle1 of this tion is now well advanced. The
Another phase of the bower con-
ver.on program just completed is
the installation of an additional
power feeder to Coco Solo Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. The additional feeder will per permit
mit permit the conversion of equipment
at the hospital without interruption
. : jumitvuK ti-
uheir ustallaUon will be completed'
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i meet the boy: who- were 48 hdura overdue -on the hike, itoe' the- i i-e
e i-e of the food, the peo ple of Boouete gave 'the grQup.'The acouU ware.-?
a their guide cut his 'knee and lost a good deal of blood', v .? u
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the boy who- were 48
about September 1. The delivery
of this equipment was delayed by
the strike at the Westinghouse fac factory.
tory. factory. It is being installed by Sachse
The installation of three of the
first four generating units at Gatun
Hydroelectric Station by the Gener General
al General Electric Company, has nearly
been completed, but their final
testing and acceptance wiu he de delayed
layed delayed until the switchgear a nd
transformer installation is compiei-
- l ed.
The work of replacing the 44,000
volt transmission line conductors
between the Madden Hydroelectric
contractor. Bildon Inc.. has com
pleted strengthening of existing tow
ers Lt the heavier conductors, has
received aluminum conductors, in in-sullators
sullators in-sullators and hardware and cora cora-oleted
oleted cora-oleted the 'installation of the new
conductors and insulators on one
transmission line of three conduc conductors
tors conductors beween Paraiso and Miraflo-
The installation of this first sec
tion of the new transmission line
was made without incident and
without anv cower interruption to
i'acific side consumers. The accept
hdura-overdue -on the hike, itoe' the-
ance of this first section of the con
tract and placing the line into
service marks the first 'major use
oi aluminum on tne electrical pow.
er system in the Canal Zone.(
Broke Her Leg
DARLINGTON,. England, Aug. I
(UP) Pauline EUington, a pret
ty schoolteacher, was literally
bowled over by S handsome foot-
bail player, y, v i t,-
: Miss Ellington -sj In a crowd
watching a rughy match when
fullhack Bob Wafatt made a tac-1
kle and crashed into her. The blow
broke- her.. leg. ..;
Two weeks' later "after the two
met in a bus; she in a plaster
cast, woffatt asked if they hadn't,
met Detore... .. ..
. "Yes, you broke my leg,,"- she
replied. 'f. :. V.- y,V-i,
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- Yesterday (hey were married lii
Arabs Talk Of
LONDON, Aug. 6 (UP) Britain cautious urg urg-ed
ed urg-ed the Arab states today to follow the course of "wisdom"
in their implied but growing threats to ndtionafizt
the West's multi-billion dollar oil Industry in the Middle
East, ;( '
;A meticulously-worded statement worked out by.for by.for-eign
eign by.for-eign office experts on Britain's biggest holiday of the year
was almost conciliatory as it took notice of Iraq's decision
to stand by Egypt in the Suez Canal crisis. J u
"We fully endorse the hope expressed in" the Iraqi
statement that Wisdom may prevail to solve this dis dispute,"'
pute,"' dispute,"' the British statement said." 1 '
."We also support Egypt's aspirations in achieving tfs I
dignity, sovereignty and independence.' "; 1 ; J' -" ;
Coupled with the Iraqui statement were threats triat
oil pipelines carrying thousands of tons Of oil, across Arab
nations might be cut, should Britain crack down with force
on Egyptian President bamal
Oil-rich Iraa hat been consider
ed Britain's best friend in the Arab
world and Jts stand on tha Canal
issue was a diow to ,Britain,.
. The government brought in for
r?sn ou.ee expfrtj fo-ynk out toa toa-tesv
tesv toa-tesv to meet the new threat,"
The British statement issued to
day pointedly omitted any reter-
ence te nationalization of oil. or on
ninelinea: :-.!H .C
. The issue was delicate and Brit-j
am movea iiowiy to cupe wun i-
rsq statement mat ; nauonama
tion iu the undoubted right of a
nation.'',; !- '..,;:"
. "Tht issue of nationalization and
free passage (through the Canal)
are 'different issues J', a a official
source said, "and it is the latter
which' is under discussion
, Nasser -still had not replied to
an. invitation to attend a 24-nation
conference in London. on plans to
place the Suez Canal under inter
national authority. Cairo aispatcnes
have repeated many times that
Nasser would never agree.
'. t A hardening Sovltt attitude to toward
ward toward the' proposed conference al also
so also raised doubt tn diplomatic
circles that Russia would accept.
To See IU Officials
On Commy Closing
' "president" Ricardo Arias has
agreed to vlve our renuest all
the consideration possible lrom
the legal and political aspect,"
a spokesman tor Local oo ou ou-EOC
EOC ou-EOC (CIO-AFL) aald today.
The announcement was made
after the union people asked the
President to defer the loss of
commissary and other privileges
under the Treaty of Mutual un understanding
derstanding understanding with the United
States until such time as the U U-nlted
nlted U-nlted States enact certain legis legislation
lation legislation it agreed to 'submit to the
Congress, ;.,; -..,.:.
This legislation provides for
bringing Panamanian employes
of the Canal organization under
the Civil Services Retirement
Act and also provides for setting
up a single wage -scale. : ;
Union sources revealed that a
meeting was held Saturday at
the Presidency with the treaty
negotiators, and also with president-elect
Ernesto de la Guar Guardian
dian Guardian jr. 'v"u':: jf' t"t "' 'byf-'ft
? In addition, the President has
requested that Henry Holland,
Assistant Secretary of State for
Latin America,, who is now in
South America, stop by her on
his way north to discuss treaty
matter as they affect the Canal
Zone. ; A t
i in addition, it planned, to talk
with George H. Roderick, chair
man of the Board of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal company, who is due
here. Aug. 13, on the same pro problems.
blems. problems. .When the President has talk talked
ed talked with Roderick, the Union has
been -promised that the Chief
Executive will let them know the
result Of the talks. -v.
The union is preparing a me memorandum
morandum memorandum for. delivery to the"
president tomorrow. n
Abdel Nasser. '-' -. v;,
; Piavda, tho arfielal Communist
Party newspaper, bitterly attack,
ed the, Wtt nd said th Sues
Canl could not bo international..;
Jd afty more than th P,ii
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India," friendly to both Epia nd
Britain, may emerge, as the key
ko the situation, some sources said.
, Mme. vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, in
dien high commissioner in London,
paid a surprise visit on British for foreign
eign foreign secretary Selwyn Lloyd today.
The ylsit touched off speculation
India may be trying to mediate
the dispute between Egypt and the
West.. ';,:,;,'',':;' :W
There also was speculation she
may have delivered Nasser's an answer
swer answer to the Aug 16 conference.
In Paris, French foreign minister
Christian Plneau called in the West
German; Dutch, Italian and Ethio Ethiopian
pian Ethiopian ambassadors today, seeking
their countries' support against, E-
Top French naval temmandore
mat at the tamo timo at Toulon
to compute rhtir strategy in av av-nt
nt av-nt Britain and Franca resort Je
The emphasis, was on Iran and
the growing solidarity of the Arab
nations with Egypt, however.
me Iraqi statement raised the
grim possibility of another "Suez,"
in which American! nterests might
siso De ststase. .'
CAIRO, Egypt, Aug. S (UPl-i-
Egypt was reported consulting
with Russia today on military;
plans to counter what Egyptians
termed British and French "war- ;.
like" reactions to nationaliza nationalization
tion nationalization of the Sues canal
Egypt mobilized student mili military
tary military trainees land national guard :
reserve officers and volunteers
began emergency military train-,
ing at national guard scamps
throughout the country. s I
. President Gamal Abdel Nasser,
met three times over, the week-,
end with Soviet Ambassador Ev--,
gueney Klsselev and with Ma.'
Gen. Abdel Hakim Amer, com commander
mander commander of the joint armed forc forces
es forces of Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia!
and the Yemen. f -. ; 1 i
Informed sources took It fcr,
granted -they talked about, the
possibility or western military
intervention and said the big-'
gest question 'was whether Nas-,
ser was trying to bring Russia
into his muitary nians to coun
ter the Anglo-French military! :
Nasser also consulted closely
with h two neutralist allies.
India and Yugoslavia: He met
three times with. Indian Ambas- -sador
Nawab Aly Yavar ; Jung,
and with Yugoslavia's .Josip,
Djerda,, ; '
Well-informed ; sources said
Nasser would give his answer r
within 48 houra to the lnvita-
tlon to attend a 24-hour confer conference
ence conference on the Sues. But it was add- -ed
that Nasser had not comp'eU
ed his consultations with varl-i
eus diplomats. ; -, ,- ,'
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It tDDears to be the', consensus that Trlxle";is not much
of i JPS & fcn'ttnt she is entitled to ha own l optn optn-ion.
ion. optn-ion. as she states, howew, In the. future JLiight be weU to
let h" have faer opinion, without publtsWft, My own mc mc-tion
tion mc-tion Tin readlnK her review cwt "Detect Story" was that the
- became ioTrSmouYed lot her rftttorlc. rolling th words aroUnd
to hfr mtol m one would savour good wine bftore swaUowtag,
Sat sheTompletely missed the reason lor writing the article.
; The acceyrsnce ot in acUig by the
the criterion bv which the ply should be judged, no1"
iqane wanoerirU As Mr. Myles wrote. yeryone seemedto
o entranced by the tenor ot the action kv the play; toe con constant
stant constant movement, the transmission tp the audience by the mem mem-bers
bers mem-bers of the ci?tT that they wt-re actually viewing l ie in be-
, hind a peephole, was the gauge ol the several abilities exhlblt-
I personal! Attended the play Satur day evening.h?
nfesentaUon wis so intense t.at tne audience waa extremely
ffi toShout toe three acts and applauded violenOy when
tile final curmm was drawa This, m Itself, wm the-Judg-
mnL?allLthe'whole cast ras "dumped- by the'wWW;
Tlew-of the play. As with aU irenibers of any cast in i any play,
the review by the critic Is creatly awaited. .Jl
tion. whether rood or bad; 13 appreciated. -Trlxies .reference
to previous reviews In The Panama American was awry, we
nrevlous reviewi were pleasai-tly honest and fair, and they
InVSed toe member, of the cast and theif wentations.
Ttixle's failure to mention catt members, and their perforni perforni-ances
ances perforni-ances mm to be the crux ot this whole matter. J..
Yet, in Trixle's letter of Thursday night, she appears to
compare ovt local talent to tae best In the world by itoUnK
(as a qualification) that she has appeared at many first ; night
the world over. Our local ta:ent doesn't want that comparl comparl-eon,
eon, comparl-eon, neither tots the Isthmian show-jolng public. All the oa-.
Ambers wSt is a review of their vidul
and as a whole. The show-goers want to read of toe Indivi Individuals
duals Individuals to see J' the review agrees with their view.
. J Anyone who could have watched the performances of the
main characters' John Aniston, Shirley Meyers, Ron -Harper o
Bill KUlgi'len, could not tall to recognize very good ability ana
the ability to present it to an audience. The supporting play-
1 era themselves, Tush Collier. B?ll CoUier, Alex Plotnlkoff, Kathy
Wilber. and the rest, while perhaps not up to toe level of the
leading members of the cast, did well enough to merit con considerable
siderable considerable apnlause. For Trlxls U say that she would have been
.. more enthusiastic had she not-felt Ron Harper's performance
too closely patterned after toe young actor who i played the
identical role in the movie, bfcause ne-lacked the "personal
touch.' is like saying that it She were to review 500 road shows
of the same) play, she would expect each player or the .burglar
role to play :it with a personal touch, different from eacn.ol
the other 4.99, and; yet, not lil-.e the movie actor. t
' Then Trbtie' says (as an afterthought) "Tush Collier...
was splendid Although there wer :no ouUtandlng perform,
aflces, with -the exception of the ; above mentioned young
lady's. .' Personally, I would not put Tush's performance
above those ot Anlston, Harper, Shlrby Meyers or toe philo philosophical
sophical philosophical Irish cop "portrayed by BUI KUlgallen. I would, how how-evac,
evac, how-evac, nlace it on a leveL with Use fineai of the supporting cast.
The under-mentioned done by Shirley Meyers, as the wife of
Detective McLeod, who portrayed her dramatic feelings excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally well. ...
In all, Mf. Mayles' remstt-ks were much better stated than
. my own, but I Imagine that; by "this time, Trixle should kno w
that few liked her review. Except herself, that is. IThai
, also permitted tWa,slde pf ths' Iron Curtain.) m
. Theater Guild Member
A PAIR OF
Sir: .' ;;.".;tr
In a story on page one July 27 you report Crede" C' Cal Calhoun,
houn, Calhoun, as a "retired Canal Off'.cial and newsman," thereby mlx mlx-inir
inir mlx-inir tin ma and mv vnuneest son. He has never been employs
by the Panama Canal and fortunately never has fallen to tae
low estate of -newsman.y now ever, jib is a i&wjrer.
He was borr. in the 'Canal Zone, and therefore Is a. "native
soh" and was graduated from vhe Baiboa High School. He :s
the Calhoun who will attend .'he Democratic National Conven Conven-'
' Conven-' tinn in Chlcaeo. 1 I would llko very much -to be there too U
see the nomination of Afllai Stevenson and hear his speech of
T in a. letter to the Mall Box
dedication ot the Oorgas mer.cilal" at which Senator Wiley of
Wisconsin was toe main SDeaVer. Knowing somethlni of die
personal relations between ton then Colonels Oorgas and Oou
thals, I'm fearful that the latter will be turning in his grave
until the error Is corrected. In my book they were both great
men, but unfortunately they did not have the same high opin opinion
ion opinion of each other. ,
; Crede Calhoun
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By VICTOR RIESEL
'The UndeiDaid and ovprwnrlcort
editor of isoor journals are just
about as sensitive as rabid Giant
fins this season and are just as
loyal to their Own team, meanlnv
laoor itselt These writers rush to
tneir typewriters whenever anyone
comes up with reports that some
oi weir team of union officials
are crooked and have thrown
many a game, for many a buck.
This is unfortunate, for it fright
ens off many a politico in an elec
tion year so much so that Con
gress lett Washington with nary a
word from committee chairmen on
proposed investigations of those
shady elements inside labor who
are giving American unions the
worst public relations it their his
The, labor-writers are saying
they need no one to tell labor to
clean- house or how to do it. Thev
point to the AFL:iO Ethical
Practices Committee which is
meeting as I write this and insist
it can do the job. It will be fasci
nating to see just what comes out
of the session which has been lis listening
tening listening to some mifihty crim re
ports on the theft ot millions of
dollars from union welfare funds,
among other things, v
These sensitivities inside labor
become even less understandable
when you add up those who have
called for Congressional lnvestiea
tions and note that the voices are
those of. some very good friends
of labor. There are Sen. Paul
Douglas of Illinois and Sen. Irving
ives oi iew Yom-Atid, more re recently.
cently. recently. Sen. Wayne Morse of Ore
gon, who wrote me recently and
sua: . ; ...: ..
"Today I am tendint to Sen
Lister Hill, chairman of the Senate
Committee on Labor and Public
welfare, a letter in which I aue
test that during the period follow following
ing following the adjournment of the Eighty
founn congress ana tne conven convening
ing convening of the Eighty. Fifth Congress s
sub-committee of the Senate Labor
wiuiuiucv vuuuuci id inveiuga inveiuga-tion
tion inveiuga-tion into the question 'that you
have very effectively presented in
your column in respect to racket racketeering
eering racketeering and criminal conduct with within
in within some segments ot American
labor. 'i- -:-
"I am also satisfied that respon
sible leaders of labor and indus
try would cooperate wholehearted
ly with any Senate investigation
such as I have suggested .
Along with this missive comes
a copy of the note Sen. Morse dis dispatched
patched dispatched to Sen. Hill, The letter to
Mil was dated July 10.
Here is what Morse told Hill:
"I have been-very much dis disturbed
turbed disturbed by some of the charee
that Victor RieseV Msj, been mak making
ing making In his columns about alleged
racketeering and other'misconduct
within certain segments of the la
bor movement. You and I know
that responsible leaders ot labor
have no more toleration for such
conduct than we do. Nevertheless,
legitimate objectives of the entire
labor movement suffer when any
segment of the movement goes
rotten just as -American employ employers,
ers, employers, as a croup, suffer when some
smtll group of employers follow
some anu-social practices.
". . I appreciate the fact that
the committee cannot authorize an
investigation of every complaint
that comes along but nevertheless
it seems to me that Victor Riesel
has sufficiently documented some
of his charges so that it would be
very much in the public interest
and in the long-time best interest
of labor to hive a sub-committee
of. the Senate Labor Committee
conduct some hearings into al
leeed labor racketeering .
' "Such hearings could supply the
Senate with a body of information
which would be helpful in deter
mining whether any additional
legislation is needed to assist the
responsible leaders of labor and
law enforcement officials in eradi eradicating
cating eradicating any vestige of criminal con
duct on the part ot any irrespon irresponsible
sible irresponsible individuals or groups within
me laoor movement.
"I am confident that the resDon
sible leaders of American labor
will cooperate with the commtitee
because they would know that the
committee would not use such an
investigation as a subterfuge for
carrying on some anti-labor, union-bating
program aimed at de destroying
stroying destroying the legitimate rights and
freedom of American Workers to
organize and bargain collectively
whu meir employers
Aariy in this session in a siml-
lar resolution was introduced by Midnight Manners: Don't try to
Sen. Ives of New York. This'dance with the strange dame at
means that Republican and Dem
ocratic senators friendly to labor
agree on necessity of dredging out
the mobs for labor's sake.
It should now be evident that
the right on the mobs is being
urged by many whose motives can
in no way be impugned.. Now how
about a little less senseless sensi sensitivity
tivity sensitivity and a lot more real cooper cooper-and
and cooper-and ail safety, features.
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The Worl in Washington
By Pefer Edson
WASHINGTON INEAi TfcV'Knowland for President IF
report that President Eisenhower,
tried to get Secy. of Treasury
George M. Humphrey to run for
the GOP presidential nomination
before the President's own Feb.
29 announcement that he would ac accept
cept accept renomination gets a "No
comment" from the White House.
It was first reported in Newsweek.
From the Treasury comes the
comment that the secretary's re
lations with the President are too
confidential to be discussed ; in
public, i p.::ir-.:r::
A U.S. official at United Nations
headquarters recently asked" a
Russian U.N. delegate what; ne
thought about President Eisenhow
er a chances in the 1956 election.
The Russian said:S "Elsenhove.r
Hill Wini Then the-'Amep an
asked it toe Russian thought Ike
would still wto if Nixon were his
running mate. Said the Russian:
Elsenhower would win with
Origin of the "Knowland for
President IF . .. Committee" his
beep traced to a couple of asso
ciates ot Gerald L. K. Smith. A
local weekly in thu Los Angeles
ara which bas been riding herd
on Smith's activities broke the
committee's cover, concealed by
a Glendale, Calif., post office box
blind address. Senator Knowland
(R-Calif) has disclaimed any con-
nertinn with thu nrffnnixatinn and'oninr mi-irihr ot nlr nn
repudiated its activity, s V ; (Foreign Relations, Armed Serv- mittee. Seated at the head table
People in all parts of the coun-iices, Finance and similar major was Dillon Anderson, special as as-try
try as-try hove in recent weeks been committees. Governor Dewey's sistant to President Eisenhower
receiving a full-page poster:
announcing the program of lhethetop.
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
No Fun: The babes.
0. drops ire back in
with the K.
busiuess again, mean thieves wh)
worK smart cocstaii lounges m
pairs picking up. unwary chumps,
Middle-aged and elderly married
gentp. lonely and well-heeled, are
their favorite victims. Trick is to
get ittvited to the sucker's hotel
room (never theirs where" t hey
might be traced), then they-drop
the drops into his drink and ankle;
with his iwatch and wallet. Mar
ried men seldom make com com-plaints.
plaints. com-plaints. So watch your watch, bub!
the next tawe, It's impolite, it s il illegal
legal illegal and you might get a smack
in tre snoot
- Today's Betty "Latin Quarter'
Geoige Item: Charles .Wacker,
Bob Evans, Bob Sweeney, Horace
Schmidlapp. Dick Cowell ana
Steve Cochran.' All on one night
What a babe! What 'a bimbo!
I've Got" to Write it (But You
Don't Have to Read It): Sharman
Douglas back in London telling the
bully British she never wants to
leave there again. Everyone to her
taste, dearie . Carolyn btroupe,
a "Miss Miami Beach,1' and Ted
Stewart, a steel magnate and a
former husband of Betty Ammi
down are closer than Macoco
aunt with the money she' doesn tj
P? a?S' bVVmh T
ferinf from the auto accident .
nusuanu, vr. ucw vauhvi own e
This is a switch: Lou (Latin Quar.
ter) Walters, who usually sells a
cirl show, touting a IS G land-
yacht trailer which he says can! St. hot-swing joint Alice and Jim Jim-be
be Jim-be bought brand new at 15 per my were once chorus boy-and-girl
cent of ns cost, nas a luuygemer jay. now ume tues:
equipped kitchen, three oed rooms.
har jind lounie. sun deck and even
a s wimming pool and please tell
me -how you can get a swimming'
pool on a trailer? ;
, ..j" : ;
Etiauette for Ex-Urbanites: If
you've got to leave the cabaret
while the show is on to eaten tne
It declares that the committee
represents a serious political
strategy on the party of tradition traditionally
ally traditionally minded American patriots.
The backers are said to be realis realistic
tic realistic enough to know that President
Eisenhower may not be "phys "physically
ically "physically able tq accept the nomina nomination
tion nomination for President at San
Francisco." Senator Knowland
is presented as a faithful friend
of General MacArthur and the
man 'Who fought against the cen
suring of Senator McCarthy.
At the bottom of me announce-;
rneni is a tear-out co u p o n. iu
offers the opportunity to Jiave
Copits of the announcement sent
to friehds- at 10 cents each. It 'also
soV :ts financial contributions to
the fnmmittei,Jfo nlmes of any
individual sponsor appear on the
announcement. This naturally
aroused suspicions of its under underhanded
handed underhanded and unauthorized ac activities.
tivities. activities. One of the factors said to be
holding back ex-Gov. Thomas E.
Dewey's desire to run for the U.S.
Senate against the incumbent. Sen.
Herbert A. Lehman, is on unwill
ingness to serve on low seniority
committees. Every freshman sen senator
ator senator is supposed to get his hazing
on lower committees like District
of Columbia. Commerce. Post Of
fice and Civil Service. Only the
supporters want him to begin at
last train to Mortgage Manor,
please depart quietly, do not dis-
turb the singers or other animals,
and aon t step on my leet,
No Gleam in the Eye Dept:
Have Eileen Barton and agent Vic
Jarmel .; chilled? -, Dept rof
uoudie, goodie: Josephine Baker s
hotel and restaurant on Majorca
laying an egg . Dept. of Peri
patetic Patooties: Bonnie Cole, the
beautiful model who, tizzied the
Msh&iah of Baroda. hit the Villa
Victor in Glen Cove "on three suc
cessive nights last week with a
turn star, a ban player, and just
a measly Wall St. millionaire (who
does -she t think she isr Betty
George?) Eden Roc when a" res reservation
ervation reservation came in' for atif "Ed
W vn." Thev -figures it was. the
Harwyns Ed Wynne who used to
Ka IT n V inBH Xlnwtm
split at the Harwyn, but it turned
out tu be the comedian Ed Wynn,
and everyone relaxed
This is No Gag: Joe E." Lewis
wirfd.jromHouy wood s nocamR0y rjohn being seen in a local
bo: 'They love me here. I n a
cinch to get hung over."
Dept. of So What and Who Cares:
Did. anyone mention that Marquise
Irene de la Begassiere (arrested
for stabbing a cocktail party
i gutst) once slaved as a salesgirl
s(or is it saleslady) in Jolie Gabor s
Madison Ave. jewel shop?
r1!'?.' nsnasome oisc jock tne
.'re man tic with Laurie Mathews at
i uiuits urns tfiiiimjr atcwau; no.viiifi
the Composer. She's the TV huck.
Alice Faye and her
daughter at Jimmy Ryan s 52nd
the right answers
gets you $64,000.) The condensed
"Mme. Butterfly' at Chez Vito
'with exciting and exotic Sirat as
Cio Ciu Sao. blonde, lovely and
bosomy Rose Marrone as Suzuke
and handsome tenor John (ford
Gov. Allan Shivers of Texas,
stopping off in Washington on his
way home from the Atlantic City
Governors' conference, was intro
duced to a National press Club
audience as either a future politi
cal lame duck or a dead duck. v
Club President Frank Holeman
told a story about Shivers, sitting
quietly at home one night, con
templating sadly on the fact that
there were so few really great
men living today
- Commented his wife:' There's
one less than you think."
Most interesting sidelight of the
Shivers luncheon talk in Washing Washington
ton Washington was that the table right in
front of the speaker's rostrum was
packed with, high ; Republicans.
Prominent Democrats were 1 con conspicuously'
spicuously' conspicuously' .absent. -J-
i Shivers came out more openly
than be ever had before in favor
of a coalition ,of Southern Con
servatives and Republicans.
Asked L ne would vote for a
Democratic i ticket of Gov.- Adlai
Stevenson and Sen. Lyndon John
son, ha said, "I would not."
uppinp this up were ex-uov,
Howard Pyle of Arizona, assistant
to tne rresiaent; uur national
Convention Keynoter, Gov. Arthur
Langlie of Washington; Chauncey
Bobbins, GOP assistant notional
chairman; L. Richard Gulay, GOP
national publicity director; and
victor a. jounsion, secretary w
tha HflP KvniU ramnaiirn. mm
If or National Security Council at-
ham) Stamford as Pinkerton. This
is one of the most thrilling super-
club turns ever conceived. (Jackie
bieason threw a party there to
celebrate the papa-hood of his
manager Jack Philbin. then pacted
Sirat for a September "Stage
show'' and entre' act pianist Her Hercules
cules Hercules tor a recording : session.
proving that lightning does strike
in pt.x . unarming ana gracious
Marianne O'Brien Reynolds was in
the party and she looked so
Press Agents, Please Ponder:
Sure.kids, I appreciate your ef ef-foils,
foils, ef-foils, but give me credit for read reading
ing reading the paper, too. And I do get
around and I don't gn for phonies,
like "Diana Dors and Dick Cowell
seen cocktailing at the new First
Ave. bistro" which shall be name nameless
less nameless because I knowand you
kno- that Diana Dors is in Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood with her husband and
probably never met Dick Cowell.
AnH 1 rtan't an tnr ihm AflB fthAnt
night elub either, when I know
Roy Cohn is out of the country. So
let's stop pulling celeb names out
ot tne phone dook, and putting
them into your clients' saloons,
which I'm sure they never visited,
nd J won t either.
Wh-dom of a White Way Wolf:
It m.y be more blessed to give
u,an to gct but watch out for tj,e
babe whu gets without giving.
Korean Ferry Boat
SEOUL, Korea. Aug. t (UP) -Eight
students drowned Saturday
night when a small ferry boat o o-vcrturncd
vcrturncd o-vcrturncd on the Han River en
route to a picnic. The ferry cap-1
sized after all 20 students aboard j
gathered on one side of the boat.
WASHINGTON In the shad- of Defense if elccUd. -Col. Jake
ows behind Haroid Stasscn andiArvey, the Chicago politician who
hU "Dump Dick" movement are
such powerful Republicans- as Gen. dant, spent time with dark-iiorso
Lucius Clay; Ike's i a tl m t e'Scn. Stuart Symington of Missouri
friend: Sidney Weinberg, the Wallion his recent visit to Washington.
LStreet bsnkcr; Paul Hoifman, the
! ,. i. .
ex-aiarsnau tian administrator; mane a gooa cacuiuaic. .ovurw
Jack McCloy, head of the Chase Democratic dichards are mancuv mancuv-Bank
Bank mancuv-Bank and former high commis- ering not only to block Senator
sioner to Germany. They dont
dislike Dic, tut, they do consider
mm a draj; on the ucket. With
repeated attention focused on Ike's
health; they know the public-will
De voting not aione tor tne f resi resident
dent resident but for the man' who would
replace him if -. These back
stage bigwig wanted someone to
break,, the Kixoo ice Henry
ibice s potent pumicauons iired
two shots which had the earmarks
of an artillery barrage in prepar
ation lor tne dump-Dick move movement
ment movement Life magazine carried a pen penetrating,
etrating, penetrating, not too friendly diagnosis
of Nixon. Tinr carried a devas devas-tatkg
tatkg devas-tatkg diagnosis of Ike's medical
histon, stating that the heart at attack
tack attack lessened his life expectancy
30 per cent, that recurrence of
ileitis was 50 ptr cent . Though
Eisenhower didn't encourage Stas Stas-sen,
sen, Stas-sen, inside 'fact is that he didn't
discourage him. Ike was Quite
willing to have a trial balloon'
launched by others with' no re re-spons
spons re-spons bility by him . Stassen
has shown : courage in various
moves around the White House.
He was the first to tangle with
McCarthy. But hn doesn't go out
on sucn an important poutical limb
without a green light from Mr.
Big Chris rierter, Jr., son
of the Massachusetts governor
whom Stassen is booming to re replace
place replace Nixon, was once administra
tive assistant o Nixon. After that
he became counsel to Stassen's
Foreign Operations Administration.
CAUTIOUS IKI Careful Ex
amination of Eisenhower's Nixon
statements shows that he person
ally never went overboard for Dick
. His first statement was that
he had told Nixon to "chart his
course, -not exactly a warm em
brace for a running mate. Nixon
then phoned various GOP state
leaders, said he was taking sound-!
ings to see wnat course ne should
chart, wanted their opinion. Flat-
terea, most said they favored' him,
Nixon kept a : score-sheet, let it
come to Ike's attention ... Sud Suddenly,
denly, Suddenly, just before Murray Cho Cho-tiner,
tiner, Cho-tiner, his campaign manager, was
scheduled to appear before a .Sen
ate committee, Nixon rushed into
the White House for a late-afternoon,
unscheduled visit. He had
not: been on the calling list He
told Ike he had charted his course,
would like to run ... Nixon's
friend Hacrty. said Ike was ''de ''delighted."
lighted." ''delighted." ... But there -was no
personal statement from the Pres President,
ident, President, no posing together for pho photographers,
tographers, photographers, as is customary i
Alter.. thecond illness,- -word
came from Leo Hall that the ticket
would .be the. same. But there was
no statement' from Ike himself
. i : He did not deny, but also did
not affirm. His tactics in other
disputes, such as the Army-McCarthy
' row, the State Department-McCarthy
. row, have been
to let those around him battle
things out .. Len Hall's strategy
has been to avoid a nomination
dispute, keep a united front at
San Francisco and before. Len
was r ever personally enthusiastic
about Nixon, but be has been Nix
on a best political friend because
he believes in unity.
ADLAI HAD TO CHOOSE Ad
lai Stevenson had. to choose be-!
tween Mrs. Mahoney and Mrs,
Monroney the other night after
the Senator George dinner. Mrs.
Florence Mahoney i had invited
him to a reception after' the din
enr. .Mrs. Mike Monroney. wife of
the senator from Oklahoma, in
vited mm to meet a distinguished
group of senators, also after the
dinner. He chose Mrs. Mahoney
.at ner party were ueorge Kii
hon. President of the American
President Lines, who raised many
thousands for Adlal's campaign
in California; also Tom Finietter,
who will be Mevenson's Secretary
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bas Decn Stevenson's ciose conii
Arvey taints Syciinsion would
i. i lit... c-
Kefacver from getting, the vice
presidency but to ruin nim in Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. Speaker Sam Ray burn, who
hates Ket'suver, is prompting the
idea of .nominating Sen. 'Albert
KJore, the other senator from Ten
nessee, for, vice president as a
slap at Kefauver. They've' been
checking on Gore's war -record-to
see why he didn't serve in
World" War II '. Congressman
with one of the best attendance
records in Washington is Lester
Johnson of Wisconsin. He hasn't
missed an important vote or roll
Orchids To Eat
TOKYO (UP) An orchtd
looks justv as good on a dinner
plate as it does on m lady's coat
maybe better. f
At the Nightingale, a Buddhist
vegetarian restaurant here, baby
orchids are a popular dish.
The orchid tastes like an arti
choke. The Nightingale's chef, Sel
ryu Masada. serves it in a course
called "chopstick cleanser," after
a rather gooey cmcsen aisn sprin
kled with sesame seeds Its pur
pose is to cleanse the mouth or
previous flavors and,, at the same
time, rinse the chopsticks.
Masada "prepares them accord-.
mg to Buddhist formula he
learned from his father.
Diners sit on tatami matting on
the floor and are served on small,
low tables. A typical luncheon
might include a light, clear soup
with beancurd, broiled mushi
rooms, seaweed, vegetables fried
to a crunchy goodness, rice, pick pickles,
les, pickles, melon and baby orchids.
POWER ASH TRAY Latest
gadget for the car dashboard is
a vacuum ash tray that snatches
away discarded cigaret stubs,
extinguishes their Are and vac
uum-packs them for future dis disposal.
posal. disposal. Manufactured by a firm
in Pacific Palisades,. Calif., the
vacuum power whisks away
stubs knd ashes through a tube
into a sealed glass container
which needs emptying only four
times a year.
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Sen. McCarthy Sees Close Race
If Demos Nominate Symington
CT A n ITtniATlAii .... ... ...
"Xi." mub 01 tne Keeper Keep rau-jamming crowd institcbes at Brookfield
Children s Zoo In Chicago, 111,- as the1 hapless individual tries to keep two jumps ahead of the
I chimpanzees. Chimp, on ladder, is going to add keeper's hat t the sweepings. When keeper
, leans over to pick up the hat,, chimp, will-dump the bucket.. When keeper sweeps up bucket's"
' contents chimp will reach for hat it's perpetual motion. V, 9
ley and Rep. J. "Glenn Davis.. He
said he had been "disappointed"
by Wiley's stand in the 1954 cen censure
sure censure fight against him. Wiley re
mained aloof from the controver
sy. But McCarthy said her would
suuport Wiley in the general elec election
tion election if Wiley is renominated and
Ike Upholds Stassen V Right ;
To Try To Nominate New GOP Veep
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6 (UP)
Harold E, Stassen y esterday
claimed growing support for his
dump-Nixon campaign and named
a half-dozen Republicans ... as the
He said President Eisenhower's
news conference last week cleared
tip certain "misconceptions a
bout Mr. Eisenhower's own views
on -the Republican, vice presiden
tial situation. ', i. y
As a result Stassen said on the
ABC-TV program "College Press
Conference," a "process of reap reappraisal"
praisal" reappraisal" of Vice President Rich
ard M. Nixon is beginning.
The President told his news con
terence ne would not express a
"preference for a 1956 running
mate because he upheld "the right
of the-delegates to the convention
to nominate whom they, choose.".
Hesaid Nixon was 'perfectly
acceptable", to him- but added.,
Stassen wm completely L within.
i his rights as a private crtlien In
i trying te secure the nomination
for' someone else.
' Stassen, on leave from his post
as Mrv Eisenhower's disarmament
vavisef, added that other Republicans-are
"beginning now to stand
with me" in his drive- to win the
nomination for Gov. Christian A,
Herter qf Massachusetts; ,.
Representing this new support,
he naw'd t'- fo, lowing det
to the-CIt)P .vMitioni Calf
fel of Missouri; Robert Bradford,
former1 governor of Massachu
setts," W. Howard Clay, of Kentuc
ky; Elliott A. Carter- of N e w
Hampshire; Richard A. Hanson
of Minnesota, and Edison Math
ws Jr. of New Jersey.-
Ha said ether support Is "com-
, ing in prapidiy" from persons..
who will be identified later.,
later. Asked if he has the sup-,
pert ef any Republican of "na-.
tional importance," Stassen said,
the men he. mentioned all were,
important in areas "where key
: decisions are-make." -
Meanwhile the GOP State Cen
tral committee of California una-
nimously adopted a resolution' urg urging
ing urging the reelection of Mr. Eisen
hower and Nixon. Stassen had
mentioned California,; Nixon's
home state, as one of the areas
where the vice president would
drive votes away from the GOP
Nixon also got a new boost
84lh i" Congress 1
Kscbded US I.'ieds,
Ssys Sovlel Pep
from Senate Republican Leader JJijn, Aug. o UF),-w.Tne
William F. Knowiand (Calif.) who1?, government- newspaper
told the-state committee the vice! Jsta efhfr8d today that the
president has given devoted serv- Uni States 84th Congress was
ice: and shown great ability, as a K,. atmosphere of
government leader. V I unbridled military hysteria."
t Two. other members of Congress UL n ail e? 2ri cemmen,; on
-Sen. Edward Martin (R-Pa.) and, J wJk of trrt Congrew. Izves Izves-w.it.
w.it. Izves-w.it. u i..ja i b u!nn tla said that desDite their de-
also issued- statements yesterday ilre to Present the results of the!
in behalf of Nixon. ingress in a rosy -light, U. S
. Martin, chairman nf his Rtate's' newspapers are forced, to con-
iilu!.. If u n l
wuub. uinii una iiiaue Aiasuu
delegation of the-GOP convention
in San Francisco, said a reckeck
of the delegates showed "no wa
vering"; in support of the r i c e
president. . ; ,i:
t "Speaking for myself,-its hard
to understand why anyone who
supported. Nixon four years ago
would be opposed to him today,"
Judd challenged Stassen's claim
that Nixon would cost the GOP
ticket the suooort of many inde
pendent and normally Democratic
voters. He said "it is fantastic 10
imagine that to substitute anyone
at this time for Nixon would win
as many independents and Demo
crats as it would lose KepubQ
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for N E A Service
Holland !!ol :
DsnkrupScd By ;
AMSTERDAM. Aug. 6 (UP)
Holland will not go to pieces fi financially
nancially financially as a result of the In Indonesian
donesian Indonesian government's refusal
to pay debts which were fixed in
the round table conference a-
ereement with Holland. Catho
lie paper "DeVolksrant", com commented
mented commented today. ;
The paper said that Holland
Will live up to the guarantees
and will make timely payments
; for Interest and discharges and
therewith shoulder the" task
which i Indonesia la "shedding
De Volksrant also said that
Holland undoubtedly will not
accept : the Indonesian decision
with hands m Jier lap, but "re
sard less of the result of possl
ble Dutch steps. Indonesia can
be assured she will have to pay
a price for; the decision which
may not be much more profit
able than the sum she is refus
lne to pay to Holland."
The paper said that the varl
ous Indonesian governments of
the past proved to be masters U
taking rash and overhastv de
cisions and that this one belongs
to the series. :
It said it is "noteworthy that
the decision came more or less
together with the nationaliza
tion of the Sues CanaL
It is not impossible that' the
Egyptian action inspired the Indonesian-government
to take a
"tough?; action, too, the : news news-paoer
paoer news-paoer added. r, i
Independent paoer "De Tcle Tcle-graaf'
graaf' Tcle-graaf' said that Amsterdam fi
nancial circles were taken by
uurprree; iney said the. Indone Indonesian
sian Indonesian decision was "not a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant symptom" and another
proof the new rulers in the Far
East cannot be relied on.- ;
De Telegraaf said that stock
exchange circles are not anxl-
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' North-South vuL
Sooth West North Eut.
i Double RedbL Pass
1N.T. Pass 1 JN.T. Pass
, Opening lead
of a large proportion of the
measures intended to satisfy the
vital needs of the American peo people."
ple." people." ;" t ,
i "The Congress has played an
active role hi pursuing a policy
of intensifying the arms race
and supporting aggressive mili military
tary military alliances so as to prevent
a lessening of international ten tension,"
sion," tension," the editorial which was
Droadcast by Moscow Radio
Izvestla charged that Congress
"has neglected the urgent needs
of the American people" by fail failing
ing failing to adopt bills on school con
struction and the-lower-In nti
-- - -a i
income tax. And it charged the
Congress "has aDDroved nlv in.
significant sums for health serv services."
ices." services." f
WASHINGTON. Au. S f UPV
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy said yes
terday the presidential election
will be "very, very close", if the
Democrats nominate Sen. Stuart
Sym'Lgton (D-Mo.) or Ohio Gov.
The Wisconsin Renublican !' taid
he thought Mr. Eisenhower woukf1 asks his help.
be re-elected in November if thj" He. said the censure" fiaht has
Democratic candidate is Adlai E.:had "no affect at all" on him H
Stevenson or Sen. Estes Kefauver said he holds no animosity against
(D-Tenn.). w. ihiM and, that he has entertained
If Symington or Lausche is noiri- some of them socially.' :.
maiea men I muuc it would be
real." very. very close race."
McCarthy said on the filmed tele
vision program "Reporters
HOIHlUp. , ... -. -j
McCarthy said he would stump
for any Republican seantors in involved
volved involved in a close race if they ask
for his help. He said Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower "hasn't asked me yet to
campaign for him.". .!
He said he would enter the Ma
ryland senatorial camnaisn in sun
port.- of Sen.. John Marshall ButleH
K.i against former Sen.- Millard
Tydihgs (D. if Butler asks hli
help. McCarthy helped Butler un
seat rydings six years ago In a
stormy campaien. '" i
In other political comments, Mc-
wra. saia; : , .s
He could see no reason for
"dumping"; Vice- President-, Rich Richard
ard Richard M Nixon as a candidate W
reelection. He said he cound 'not
say what he thought of Harold E.
Stassen, leader, of the : anti-Nixon
driye, because "there might be la-
Japan Reacts ;
To Russians V
. TOKYO. Aue I fUPI -1 J.n.
nese business circles viewed with
mixed, feeling yesterday Russia's
suggestion for an increase in' trade
between the two nations.- s
; Sources close to the Japanese
Ministry of International Trade
and Industry regarded the sugges suggestion
tion suggestion as a slight compensation for
Japanese disappoiritmenUat Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's rejection of their request for
the return of the southern Kurile
Soviet Foreign Minister .' Dmitri!
bnepuov made the trade sugges suggestion
tion suggestion at Friday's session of the cur
rent i eace negotiations with Japa
nese Foreign Minister Mamoru
Shigemitsu. He proposed that
trade between the two. 'i nations
' The Eisenhower irfmlnl.fF.Hn;1 co,lra o increased to about 25 mil
Unfortunately' may have rempV-1,on oil" nnBy-
ea immunisis w. government a?
a campaign issue. He said "That
crowd..: around the President
they have been discrediting the V
dea that there are Communists in
government." He named the Pres.
ident's brother. Dr. Milton Eisen Eisenhower,,
hower,, Eisenhower,, and former mutual securi-
y .uimmsuaior rui noiiamn 'aj PORTLAND,' Conn., Autf.
iwu w uk crowa. Me said na i up I a i v.u -i-t ji.j
f?'jb'iiS?ng .h,vf. fIso ywterdajr in a hosnital after shi.
1932 pledge to
tide of communism."
He will take no part In the Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin Republican senatorial pri pri-mary
mary pri-mary between Sen. Alexanddr Wi-
ouantity of liniment. Ponce said
unciue Sander, of Portland,
drank the. liniment thinking it was
IBS Troop Committee :
Sleets Officers J.
At a meetine of the Intematinn.
al Boy Scouts of the Canal Zone
held at the scout center at La Bo
ca, last week,- Dudley Farrell was
electedchairman of Troop Com Committee
mittee Committee No. 11. i J
Other persons elected r
Edgar Shaw, vice-chairman, C. A.
Smith, secretary-treasurer, and A.
Myrie, assistant secretary-trea
Clive M. R. Bailev. rJeiirhW.
hood Commissioner-presided over
uie meeting. i
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' "- win YSm
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Imagine! A jiijuid malpp that softens;
smooths anil Ii3auty-treats your skin
One of the country's best Play
ers managed to muff todav'a hand
The principle of play is, however,
v Declarer won the first trick In
dummy with the queen of dia
monds. He next led a club to the
ace and the hand went up in
It was now possible for South
to win only four club tricks.- He
could not make the contract with
three diamonds and a spade -in
addition to the four clubs,
If South led a diamond." West
would take-the king of diamonds
and shift to spades He would
be able to take three spades.
heart, arid a diamond before South
could get nine tricks.
South led .-a heart, "but West
stepped up with the ce of hearts
and shifted to spades. He regained
tne lead with the king of dia
monds in time to set the contract
with the last spade. ; -'
The bidding made it clear that
West, was short in clubs, since i
player doesn't-make a takeeut dou
blc with length in the suit that
he doubling. South could guard
against any short holding by West
hy leading the king of clubs to be-
Bin, uiai sun. j,
As the cards lav. West would
have discarded on the first round
of clubs. : South would therefore
be warned of the club distribu
tion in time to take a finesse
through East He would then knock
out the king of diamonds and get
to tne dummy -with a spade, for
a second club finesse. This line of
play would produce five club
South would be eauallv safe if
oom. opponenu fouowed on the
first round of clubs. He could con continue
tinue continue with a club to the : ace. If
both ; followed, the suit would
break If West showed out on the
second round of clubs. South' would
cvemuauy get w dummy with a
ous uiat the Dutch state will spade to take the one finesse that
not live up to the guarantees, he 'would need.
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Red-Hot Song Team Finds
Sense Of Humor Essential
l .By FRED DANilS
1 NEWi-YORK (UP) Al Hoff-
- nan and Pick Manning, some-
- times cautc, "Air. Hot ana Mr.
DiSgity,". right sow are to Tin
-Pan Alley what Mickey Mantle is
In short, they'rt hot.
1 At trent. tht Hoffman. Mann.
Ing team i represented by no
. fewer than nine entries in the luke
hat, derby, and that's without
counting Perry Como's million million-pltM
pltM million-pltM weord, "Hot Diggity."
' Of Como's 10 million-seller rec
;;ords, Hoffman and Manning have
,": contributed four .of the songs.
.Hoffman Manning titles now
making the best-seller lists in-
('. dude: "Allegheny Moon," "Day-
I breams," "Oh. Mama, Teach Me
To Dance," "Ird like to Say a Few
; woras ADout xexas," ana "it xou
! Keauy want to Know."
Their tunes include novelities,
i romanuc oaiiaas ana combine
tinn -tJ. ihm turn
: They've been blending "their
, words and music for about three
years, forming a team after dis dis-I
I dis-I coveting that each had the same
' : ideas about music. Just like "It
, Takes Two To Tango" another
"i Hoffman hit they figure two
; teads are better tnan one in toe
? tnusie business
Before Hoffman and Manning
present a song to a publisher, they
" spare no expense in having a
4emontration record made.
"Sometimes' slid Manning,
' 'we'-spend more time on the
Memo' than on writing the song."
The reason. is simple.
, "We serve up a finished product
to the busy publisher and the
artist- and repertoire man at the
-j .;. .i .,v ......... !- :
record company," Hoffman ex
plained. "They don't have to
imagine what the song will sound
like. We have it riant there for
The recordings of "Hot Dlecitv"
and "Allegheny Moon,", made by
Co-jo and Patti Page, respective respectively
ly respectively are almost note- the
way Hoffman and Manning ar
ranged them for the demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration copy. They are qualifed to ar arrange
range arrange songs, since Manning is a
JuiUiard School of Music graduate
and Hoffman once conducted a
When writing a tune, boht con contribute
tribute contribute the words and music. They
often start with a title and take
it from there.
"There's more knack than
talent in this business," said Hoff Hoffman.
man. Hoffman. "You must know what to
write and how to write it."
"And you'va got to know your
market." Manning added. "You
learn what not to write onlyi
Both agree that there is one
basic requirement for anybody
who wants to become a song
"A sense of humor." they said,
'."Without it, you'll never survive,"
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MtSSsTESSIE ARL4S and Master Rlcardo Herfricjuez dance ''the 'Qha-eha-cha'' with' verve at
the novel Doctors' Wives Maternity Benefit held on Frldav'nlRht at Panama's new Presidents U
"Remon race pouse. Miss Tessle
:Mrs.i Arias, - .
FEN -WOMEN WILL CflVE AUTOGRAPHING FARTl
FOR NEW CHILDREN'S BOOK, PANAMA FATTIE" ;
- The Canal Zone Branch of the National League pf Amer-
ican Pen Women will cite an autographine part; at the Ti-
voU Guest House, Sept. 12, to Introduce the new ; children's V
. book, "Panama Pattie," written and illustrated by one. of its
members, Jean Bailey.''".;' .:.,.',-,. ;:,' .,:,.,,,. .,
The autographins party will be the higWight of the Pen
Women's Annual' Christina iCard Tea, at whie horiginal
- Christmas cards' designed ami composed by members will be
exhibited. ,- . xi.. t-: -,
Mi Bvrl Harrina -i
Leaves Tomorrow i
Wiss' Beverly Herring.' who" has
been, the bousesuest of Mr." and
Mrs, R. K. Morris of Bella Vista
for (he'past week, leaves Tuesday
nignt Dy air for ner .home
umnor party v r,. r1
vnion, uui ...v. ...... ........... .....i-,.j
'Mx;; and Mrs. Richard Bil6nik
entertained at a dinner, party at
the Union Cfcb's Salon jChante!
Miss Anne Ricka'rby Leaves '.V'
Miss Anne Rickarbv who' has
been visiting her sister Miss Ruth!
'f hart )Amn 1m Ptn.mi ;
or the past six weeks left on Sat-
urdey by- plane rfor her home
' Mobile,' Alabama.
Cocktail Party i . f
' Mrs. Beatriz Deffenbaugh enter enter-tAmed
tAmed enter-tAmed with k cocktail party at the
Army -NaVy Club at Fort Amador:
on Saturday on the advent of her
birthday i ," r i
State Side Bound
Mi. Alhoi-t RaMwin Visit lnft fnf-i
the Unltedi States on a vacation i
trio.-. i .'-
SaturdaV was the onening day of
; ihe one-man exhibit of od pamt
7: iSiAwimer iScentd
i. ..,'.. wvi
fr.aunL lavish use of fragrance. These three are typical of the
i-omatic products specifically designed foe wear when the
thermometer soars. Cologne in a floral-citrns-woodsy scent (left)
A woman may slay coo! in the mer "line that's' light "and fresh, bath salts, soapt stick deodorant,; has, in modern scent with under under-inmmer
inmmer under-inmmer with line tepid baths,' made with plenty of alcohol for! spray deodorant, dusting powder, tones of citrus and florals., t ..
ongl drinks and light clothes. But
trhen he .wears' a '-'refreshing
Bimmer scent, she feels m r c h
swler and can even help those a-I A line of seven summer items fragrance maker. One; in a spice. These two, a modern scent and
iiiind her to feel coo' comes from oro manufacturer.! and floral scent, is bright green, the other a sophisticated floral,
. Fragrances especially designc I They are designed for bath or aft-. The .second, blue, is a floral mix-, come in aerosol containers that
!pr cool summer wear are on the er-bath use. The scent is floral- ture of apple WosSom, lilae, rose, have been plastic-dipped to pre pre-counters
counters pre-counters in plenty no5; Almost citrus-woodsy. The line includes a' muget and jasmin. The third sccntl vent shattering. One is in a pink
every manufacturer has a sum-'large bottle of cologne, bubling in this line is amer-colored and bottle the other in white and gold.
Is the daughter of President of
ings by Mrs. Elinor4' Blennerhasett
at uie JWB-Ui0, held in cooper a-,
uuu. wuu uie vanai AOne. Art
a Colon res
ident h& rMtkHiati: rin' tnvifiat tti
training other than from her aunts
. ,,v .v. ...wi v
Stella Leader and Hilda Malcihn
Who were professipnal painters in
t Since .Mrs; Blennerhasett's" at-
rival on the Isthmus, ten years a
go she has taken: part in Jan
Koeber's Art Group and. has exhi exhibited
bited exhibited 'and1 held art classes of her
The current! exhibit will show
scenes of Panama including
IWrinui mnnntain miinfrv
jungle scenes oh the Atlantic SideJjf"111 us"
and includes beaches of Taboga.
Servicemen and then depend-
ents and the general public of Pa
nama and the Canal Zone, are in
vited to view the exhibit from 9
a.m. to 10 p.m. 'daily
Dinner Given For, ti
The Lestort v
- A dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs
Charles Lester of Miami. was Kiv-
en -at' the hnme.of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Fiumach of Balpoa on iat
(uraay evening. (
Also attendine the nartv were
Mr.-and Mrs. .Richard Lester, of,
Balboa. -'son and daughter-in-law
of the h(morees.; ... 4
n Mkffrinr dav la with the I
the cooling evaporation and hot-
tied in the economy size for lav-
ish use, ,'
an am a
Bo 5037, U
J IV Mh mtf.
Panama Rlcardo Aria's and J
" " J 1
Curundo Women's Club
To Visit Presidencis.
fTh Curundu Women's Club will
tour to the Presidencia on Wednes
day-Aug. 28. Members and friends
interested in attending are asked
to assemble to 8:43 a.m. at the
Community Building thfti day of
the trip. v...:,-,.-;-',;.-t
Fofr farthers information Tea It It-Mrs.
Mrs. It-Mrs. Kongable 83-3102 or Mrs,' Ma Ma-rold
rold Ma-rold 83-4177. -ht, h -x:Mi;::r''-
Scheduled For Monday rt
, Music, Lovers wiU have another
nnmirtlinitv tn hoar unrlrt famnn.
pianist Daniel EricQurt,. who wiU!
feature a recital at the National
Teatre; tonight i, t ;,
uaniei tncourt is already a fa
Zone residents, and he feels him-i
self at home in the Isthmus. Fol4
lowing his last Monday s extraor extraordinary
dinary extraordinary success, 'When he played as
Soloist with the -National Orches-
tra,- Ma Ericourt has; prepared a
seieciea program ,ior ms recuai.
which includes Bach's Prelude and
TTtttfiiA finnotta- Annncinnatfi frsnm
Rppihnvon .Priirips from Chonin
uaniei tncourt is aureaoy a xa-r r. t, ,,m Incur. Incur.-vorite
vorite Incur.-vorite .monnamaVd anaP
nrl nehne'eu anil ivnrlra. tra mHnroofl aVstem Of flexible DriCC
Reservations for this
may be made by calling the Fine
Arts Departmentt lei.
PROVO, Utah (UP) Mrs.
George" A.' King told upholsterer
Cuy Overman to refurbish .her
living room, set and jokingly add added,
ed, added, "If you find any diamonds, be
sure to ( return them.,"f pverman
found a diamond in the lining of
a chair. It had dropped out of an
eneaEement : ring 12 years ago..!
Mrs. King's late husband had.pre-
sented the ring to her when they
'were married in 1898.;. 1 'a '
is one of seven Items (for after-bath nse. A'rreen cotorae In a
floral-spice scent (center) tools during hot kitchen work. Spray
cologne In a modern scent (right) U nice to keep handy for
a frequent refreshing spray. - -- -
and -liquid cream sachet. -J
Three brand new olognea nV
big bottles come-from anotherfognes arevnow in spray, battles.l
MR. AND MRS, EULIEM., BENNETT of Los Rlos announce the
engageroent.of their daughter, Carrie May Sharpensteen, to Mr.
Ronald Henderson -Little, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Little of
; Lyons, Georgia. Wedding plans will be announced later.
Farm Bureau Vcrns
Of Possible Misuse
Oi Scil Bank Scheme
' CHICAGO, Aug. ,(UP)t-The
American Farm "Bureaif Federa-'
tiori warned today that the alms
M- the soil bank clan may be
'dpfeaterf If it is. used 'simply, as
In a 'statement prepared for
delivery to Democratic platform
th. TToriArotinrl said the
purpose of .the 1958
law was to tase iana out ui iin
ductlon and thus help restore "a
balance between supply und de
mand iiv farm marneu.7
The statement said "we e
very, much, conc-emed' that this
adoption of other objectives."
; As- example, of othe pbjec pbjec-tives.".
tives.". pbjec-tives.". the Federation, cited
"making ; payments to farmers
as an end in jisew, or w,iws.
n noshis! weather hazards.1
Th Federatloa said, emphasis
should be kgivep to .wlthhplding
land,irom production- for Pe Period
riod Period ol years,: jather than on an
annual basis, t ,i-t-i. r
The statement, to oe presmns.
ied by Farm Bureau officials to
i t.h a- 1 fi-member Dcra o e r a 1 1 c
nlatform committee, again en-
suDDorts. as oppoecu uib".
rliHd aiinnortS. -nv
, Tt. aw if Mlas supports are
to benefit- farmers, they must
"complement our s free choice
production and distribution sys system
tem system by' ranging upward !and
rinafmvfirrf in harmbnv with con
stantly! chaneinir 'Dfttterns of
mnnlo anrf demand."
'The Farni Bureau said high,
riverf simnnrta onW "create sur
pluses and problems; each of
whtih 'invites further 4 govern
ment intervention 'with the re
sult that fanners oecoms mueo
dowrt in ever more complex and
difficult problems 'created by the
proernms -, lmenaea mj iieii
Coot "V; 1
From another 'manufacturer
comes news that two favorite col-
Each aotce lor InctutioH in (hlf
ffeolamn should bo 'lubmitttd in
typerittsa form t4 mailed to see
of the boa numbors listed daily in
"Social and Othtrwite," br doliver doliver-M
M doliver-M by hsed to the office. Notice, of
meeting 4 cannot be.' accspted by
telophone. ; ,x:
Cristobal Emblem Club
The Cristobal Emblenv Club
hold a its regular
monthly meeting at 'the Elks
home In Brazos Heights, Ott
Tuesday, August 7 at 7:30 p.m.
Bus'ness Women's ''V J i--,'.''
Bowling League '.,'.'vr!;
The Business Women's BOwlihi
League will meet tonight at 7:3
uu wig oc tuna xiuui vi uuiuu
Clubhouse, Any bowlers who are
interested in joining this group
are cpraiaiiy invuea to atiena.
IfUer-Amrlcn Women's Club
There will be a meeting of the
Board of th Inter-American
Women's Club Wednesday 'morn
tag, August 8 at 9:30 at the Tiv
oil Gtiest House: ' ' 1
Catholic Daughters of America
'The Catholic Daughters of
America Court No. 874, Our La Lady
dy Lady of the Wlraculous Medal will
noid tneir monthly .meeting to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening in the hall of
the Miraculous Medal Church
following Noyena devotions. All
members are askea to auena.
Pa. Cor Dealer
Off Waikiki Beach'
HONOLULU, Aug. 8 (UP) A
Newcsstle, Pa. car dealer" Who
won a trip to Hawaii in s sales
contest apparently drowned" while
surfboarduig off, Waikiki Beach, tt
was reported yesterday.
An air-sea rescue team was
searching for William C Bryan,
S3, who bad been missing since
Saturday afternoon. : -., -:
Bryan complained of chest pains
while surfboarding a mile from
shore. A companion, Carl R, Ben
nett of Buckhannon, W. Va., went
to get help but could not find Bry
an when he returned. ;
If a tnidleotod powder
with a ftarch bue. Rt
freshM, loothM, rellv
kin irritation and pro- -U
tht tkm. Keet
Mexwna in your noma,
for Mason. tm m
Vm KnoaM Skis Babal
J DIAPER j
lArniy, Air Fcrcc
The Army and Air Force. Ex-
chaae bet-vice celebrated its 6ath
annivprarv rwpnllv lull .rmn- or'' aiausiiciu i l -nuai.;t:ax uu
office at Fort G'.yUm where rvfe "? e W
ice awaros were given to em employes
ployes employes recognizing their continu
- Brig. Gen. Louis V; Hightower.
ch.c t of siah, Headquarters USAR-;
CARIB presented James Yea r r-wood
wood r-wood of tnev Fort Clayton Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, an engraved goid watch
recognizing his 23 yaera of serv service
ice service v -:.
Col. E. W. Napier, Deputy Com Commander,
mander, Commander, Caribbean Air Command
presented IS and 20 years recog recognition
nition recognition lapen pins to Daniel C a r r
and Norman Dixon, t Clayton
Exchange; Humphrey Prescod, Ft.
Gulick Exchange; John Waliage,
Ft. Davis Exchange and Lillian
Van Waper, Central Exchange of-
Col. J, N. Reynolds, ieautf
chief of staff of operations, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command presented ten ten-year
year ten-year recognition lapen pin to Ma Maria
ria Maria Arias,-and Marcos Cordav. Al-
brook AFB Exchange-. W i 1 b e r
Beckels, Constantino Cedeno. Sam
uel Edwards, Stanley-Levy. Bel-
field Lloyd, Jane Todd. Chas. Jor
dan and Kudy Carter of Central
Exchange; Leon Eversley; Ft. Da
vis exchange; victor Gomez, Fort
Amador Exchange; and Lonis Me Me-nal,
nal, Me-nal, Fort Clayton Exchange. ;
Following the presentations the
birthday cake was jointly cut by
uenerat uigntower and col. Na
pier, after, which ice cream and
cake was served to military and
exchange guests, while an Army
uano piayea "Happy Birthday.
The 19 recognized employes at attended
tended attended a luncheon given by t h e
Central Exchange -Officer. Ma,
Atvm E. Weber in the private
dining room of the Fort Clayton
Exchange. Ladies were presented
corsages and gentlemen with bou-
The aggregate of the 19 honored
employes represent' 265 'years of
service to the Panama Exchange
During the day all exchanges
served free soft drinks and coo
kies, soda fountain offered a spe special
cial special birthday sundae for only 10
cents. The 776th Air Force Band
serenated ipatrons at the Albrook
Air Force Base Exchange
WASHINGTON. Aug ( (UP)
1 President andJUrs. Eisenhower at at-j
j at-j tended services at -Hlie r National
Presbyterian Church yesterday
for the first time since the chief
executive's June f abdominal oper operation.
ation. operation. ..' '': :'' ,.' '-
Mr. Eisenhower, looking thin
but fit, wore a dark blue single single-breasted
breasted single-breasted suit. Mrs. Eisenhower
wore a black dress, with, a white'
bat arid white accessories.
The President and the first lady
have attended church in Gettys
burg, Pa. since his operation. But
this was the t first time they have
had a chance to return to their
home -church this summer.
They heard Dr. Louise H. Evans,
minister-at-large of the Board of
National Mission preach on "Lin "Lincoln
coln "Lincoln and God,". The sermon re
viewed the spiritual and religious
life of the. 16th President.
Dr. Evans' included in his serv
ice a special prayer for the Pres
ident and Secretary pf State John
After the -service, Mr. and Mrs.
Eisenhower chatted briefly in the
rear of the church with Dr. Ev Evans,
ans, Evans, who has been guest minister
for the past four weeks.
The High Life 'QuadriUe Club to today
day today announced plans for. a queen
contest to be held in the near fu future.
ture. future. No other details were given.
The juicta of S different, tardea tardea-fresh
fresh tardea-fresh vegetables are blended inte
this famous drink. You'U love its
lively flavor, and thrive on its vita
nets. At mealtime-
or between -meals--V-S
gives you the
want, add the nour nourishment
ishment nourishment you seed.
leaas aaaHrihlae Sat saaels was ea Salaaa
m mi -n i
Mansfield Calls Discussion
Of Ike s Health 'Degrading
Sen. Mike Mansfield (D
degrading" discussion of Presi-
deut Eisenhower's health and turn aiiy nnd figurativelythan Mr.vEi-lo-the
"real-issues" of the elec-senhewer," he said. "He is not a
tion campaign. ;'. -.-.- .medical guinea pig.'!
Mansfield, an" assistant chair-
man of the Democratic National',
Commiitee, proposed "a moratori-"'Shest office in our country and
um from the dailv diagnoses, the'PernaP the most important pjsi-too-candid
commenUries and the ti0" en'"" worid. he is at
degrading spectacle of our chief (the same time a human being with
executive being shown in the light ie weaknesses and strengths all
of a guinea pig
"The President's health Is not
the -issue in this campaign," he
said in a statement. "The issues
affecting the welfare and the se
curity of the United States are.
Let ,us get down to the real busi business
ness business of our country."
Mansfield said there has been
too much talk about Mr: Eisen-
Canal On Bermejo
BUENOS AIRES. Aug. (UP (UP-Digging
Digging (UP-Digging a 435-mile-lone canal on
the Bermejo River to oermit navi navi-eat
eat navi-eat ion. between Argentina and Bo Bolivia
livia Bolivia is being considered by the Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine government, it was report-
The old project was revived at
today's meeting of President Pedro
Aramburu's cabinet. One of the
chief objectives would be to faciM
itate the movement of Bolivian pe petroleum,
troleum, petroleum, tin and other minerals in-1
; The Bermejo is a tributary of the
huge Parana river and if canaliz canalized,
ed, canalized, it would connect the Argentine Argentine-Bolivian
Bolivian Argentine-Bolivian bdrder with such big Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine industrial centers as Rosa Rosa-rio
rio Rosa-rio and Buenos Aires. 1 -
For Old Age Help;
Gets It, By Cum ;
Chicago (UPl "O d aire
assistance" in the form of a foe-
' maker is being given a 1.100 year-
old redwood at Palo Alto Cal.
according to Forestry Digest.
The prired 160-foot-tall tree Is
being watered by means of a
sprinkler, water for which is piped
to its top. The system is turned on
twice a week during dry weather.
The sprinkler supplies a "foggy
vapor." creating the ideal atmos
phere for redwoods and cleaning
cuy smone ano grit irom tne
needles.' i ';';.' --v"
In frying1 fo add on in additional
500 years of life to the ancient
landmark, small amounts of iron
and nitrogen are introduced into
The huge redwood is said to
have suggested the name Palo
Alto, which means '"tall' tree" in
Approved Byte Doctors
Than Any Other urandr
Trusted by more mothers because of its
accuracy. Ko need to break tablet. Each
contains ltf grains of pure Mpirin
the preferred standard of accurate dosage
measure. You give "just as the doctor
orders." Children-like its orange flavor
WORLD'S WNSiST siilins Aseiaw w eHu.essN
THE "UNTiL 7 PAEATINQ CLUB';
, t t
i!o. i iu::cn
i!o. 2 lu::cii
l!o.3LU;:CII ........ 0.53
Includes Appetizer ; Soup o Consome
Enlree Salad Dessert Bread
; Butter & Coffee or Tea
MVSIC AND DAXCm EVERY NIGHT
TYPICAL NIGHTS on WEDNESDAY with
"Conjunto Plicet" and Margarita Esiala
EL RANCHO GARDEN
Shower's health ,"by some Demo-
)icrats but by more Republicans.
'man has been more diag diag-medically
medically diag-medically commented on. or
treated by so -many doctors liter-
.wnue ne oi course noios me
of us in some degree possess.
"The unnatural attitude of too
many people regarding the Presi-
dent's health is not 'only in many
instance morbid, but it smacks
mere of the curious than it does
of real concern," Mansfield said.
"Let the President attend to his
duties to the best -of his 'ability:
let the doctors treat him as. a spe special
cial special patent; and let the rest of us
pray and hope for his recovery.
Let the American people decide
in Mtvember Vhat their diagnosis
will be in1 the form- of their ver verdict,
dict, verdict, but let us all in the mean-;
time hold our peace, and discuss '-the
the '-the issues, which divide us as well
as those1 which umte us."
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nib ODOR outl
ntw cream deodorant
. Keep underarms dry
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prolwIiM Ireai p.tipirati.a a
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AMID tn rva partpiralion mn4
dar am. Uta4 daily AtllO W admMy
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AI.!P thmm any
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100 Pure Instcnt Coffea
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K3X3AT. AUGUST 1, VA J
THS PANAMA A5TTXICAJI A2I CCTITr.Tr'.'T EA!1T KZ".,
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
CAUAt ZQNI POLTCUKIC
! OEllf AL-MEDICa
'.OR- C f AMIGA. OJA
fenoosiie Aikm Scbl Plejrfrennei
RETIREMENT. LIFE v
TRANSPORTES ATE",S- A- f
Packer Sh.pper M?!"
Phone. i 2- 24Sr 2-2562
''. "team ""
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b i1?
lie 5 a.m.-- Ph" ,H45'
-TEACHES UNTILIOU LfcA
Balboa: M. "'' "-,6S
Studiii El Penania Hotel
.i. Vmur tiun"
- famous HeLevj clot Bath
wedisb Message J'"",'"
in. mil ana lemaw
ik Jutl Arttmu
Or Poor Speller?,
' CAMDEN j N. Ji- (UP) T? j
af, the municipal clerk omce
hrre still haven!t decided whether
a tavern owner, who reeentlj jp-.
plied for-renewal of hisUcense,
was a poor speller or a hopeless
otist, 0 th l ere h"s
ever had been cited for violation
of the state liquor laws, the : ap applicant
plicant applicant noted he once had been
closed for 20 days for "immortal
acts.."".. ' ;
aaswer wr-qttew TMw,XT
4TH OF JULY AVE.
'- BLDQ. v
Hot and Cold Water
Parkins: Nearby ;
or visit premises.!
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
' ailAS. MATtSSl 45SOC1ATH1
; Bid Ask
Bencc riduclario ....j. '4VS i .
Cemento Panara .v...f n .' ,
Correeorfa NadoriaT SI
Chlricana do Ieche .... 11 1
Coco CcJa S0
Pret with, Cook, ..... .- J
Destiladora Nadontl m tl
Piet with Com. .-4
rinanza. 8.A. ... ; ..' ...
Prof, with Com. .... i l ;
ruerza r Uu Ptet .J. f t'S
ruersa Lut Cntn. '.i.-SO
Hotel lnteranwi-ieanc. Sl4
General do Seiuroa ...i ll
Panaraefta da Aceite i..
Panamena da Fibras ... tt
Panamefta da Sexuror .. a P
Parumefa dt Talnto .. t ; ? II
Teatrov PellavWa ;
Teatro Central - HO
. .. -"-rCommerclar Nntir
L1BRERIA PRECIADO .
t Street No. IS '
Agendas, Internal. de Publicaciones
No. s utior ru ;
.. CASA ZALDO
' Central Am. 41
FOR SALE: Btdroom and din dining
ing dining foam let. Special pric for
nrira let. Will centidar off ar (or
indiridual Mt. Brand now, neTor
baoa mad. Call Panama 3-0J98.
FOR SALE WaatinghoiiH an an-tomatic
tomatic an-tomatic waihinf machine, 60 60-cycla,
cycla, 60-cycla, t manthi old, axcellanf
tondirion. Reasonably priced..
Call Albreok 5233.
FOR SALE-4-euriir fat ttove
$75; ckinav ailver, baby furni furniture.
ture. furniture. Phone 2-1622 Diablo.'
FOR SALE: 9 cu. H. Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house refrigerator, ell porcelain,
in perfect 'working eider $75;
Westinghouse clothes dryer, par-
feet performance $80 Call to tonight
night tonight between 6 and 7. Phono
In Sell Government
inree minion soutn f acme island
ers are moving toward democratic
self-government, "but they need
neip first," in the words of Uni University
versity University 1 of California : Dean
Knowles A. Ryerson.
Ryerson, head of the university's
college of agriculture, recently re returned
turned returned from the. third,: South
Pacific Conference in the Fiji
isianas. tie is v.i. commissioner
on the South Pacific Commission,
which is an advisory group repre
senting the six nations responsible
or the several, island groups.
The islanders realize the world
swing' away from old tribal ways,
the dean jsaid, but they also know
they' have many-social, and eco
nomic problems to solve before
'They want more of the tools of
democracy v.- m o j a t textbooks,
schools, vocauonl: training, ma maternity
ternity maternity care, consuiner- and 5 mar-ketingncwperaUves,.-he
"ineyre -eager to- learn but need
with,, the help.of mm Nations5
iileiiciM. is- making a beginning
toward that needed help, Ryerson
said, experts are currently work
ing to una new markets for copra,
cocoa, fruits, mother-of-pearl, and
fish the islands' main products.
They also are. helping clear the
area of plant-destroying insects,
i There are 18 t-roups of islands
in the area, under the direction of
, United States, : the United King Kingdom,
dom, Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand,
trance, .and the Metherlands.
DeldyOf Trial ;
In Injury Suits
! Against Claimee
I MILWAUKEE (UP)
there too long a waiting period
between filing of personal inlurv
suits and actual trial of the casej-?
Ben C. Cohen of Los Angeles,'
Calif.,' national president of the
National Association of Claimants'
Compensation : Attorneys, crjti crjti-jcized
jcized crjti-jcized such delays at a conference
I sponsored by Marquette Univer University.
sity. University. '.".' ';-:
fie said many persons who tile
Mario Lanza Stars
"SERENADE," starring Mario Lanza, Joan Fontaine,
Barlta Montlel and Vincent Price, arrives at the CENTRAL.
. on August 8. :...' ,''
' "SERENADE" Is said to be the story of a great singer
who fails to derelict status when torn between the love or
two women and his pwn ambition. It was filmed almost
in its entirety in Mexico, iome 2000 miles from the Warner
Burbank studios. . v
j -Lanza, appearing 'in his first Warner fllm reportedly
- sings some 16 songs ranging from Schubert's "Ave Maria"
to a new song. "My Destiny," written especially for the film
by Nick Brodsky and Sammy Cahn. "SERENADE" opens
' at the CENTRAL on Asust 8.
J FARMACIA LOMBARDO.
' Mo. M Street
tia e inlj At. J St,
FOR .SALE: 1952 Hillman
Minx, good condition. Call Bsl Bsl-bea
bea Bsl-bea 2-1762.
FOR SALE- 1951 Buick with
dynaf low, excellent condition, all
,. accessories, original owner $750.
Phone Balboa 2-2701.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford V-l,
, overdrive, mechanically in good
condition. Phono Balboa 2-3210.
ST. LOUIS (UP) A hiehlv
selective herbicide that kills gras
sy weeds without harming their
cousin, corn; has been developed
by Monsanto Chemical Company.
The new chemical, called Ban-
dox, permits one-cultivation corn
crops free of germinating grasses
such as crabgrass, watergrass
and foxtails, 'according to com
pany spokesmen. ,
One application at planting time
"results in a considerable saving
for the farmer in later cultivation
costs," said the current Monsanto
publication. -; ,' ; :
"Tests have shown that farmers
can eliminate the use of the rotary
hoe. and one of two cultivations,"
it added.' yew..;-.
Randox also can be used with
out damage to. soybeans. ,; .,
"Extensive field tests 'are' re reported
ported reported to have shown yield in
creases of six or more bushels of
seed corn per acre and from three
to six bushels of seed soybeans
per acre through the use of
ttandox," tjie article, added. :
The'chemicaCa Uquid, is mixed
with water and applied before the
seedlings emerge either at plant planting
ing planting time or shortly thereafter. It
costs about 13 a quart, wmcn is
enough to treat an acre, spread
ing a 13-incn nana along rows.
Monsanto said Randox is being
given a limited market this year
pending final clearance for use on
food and teed' crops; t:,.;;j
No Shortage ;
MILWAUKEE fUP) A
Minneapolis counsel for the Min
nesota Nurses' Assn. says we
don't need more, nurses but we
need better ones.
The number of nurses ha been
Increasing more rapidly than tin?
MiimrtAti 1 ft Wncrnttril Kslst nnontvl-
ing to attorney Lee Loevinger. He
told the Wisconsin Mate' Nurses
Assn.;. convention that the big job
of the profession now is to raise
the professional standards oi
Higher atsndardsi v, he said,
would result in better trained
nurses at higher pay than present
salaries, which he termed inade inadequate.
quate. inadequate. ; -' '"" "V ;
claims cannot afford to wait the
long period sometimes required
before trial. He said in many cases
they have been forced to take any
settlement an insurance company
offered. ; V
In jlcw 7. B. Film
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Dr. Weodehaka Medical Clinlcv
day night tervice. Opposite
Chase Bank. Pkona 2-3479.
FOR SALE.- High-fidelity rec record
ord record player, Triaxial apeakar, in
exclusive styled cabinet good lor
records and bookshelf. Ave, Pa-
"re 31-M, Apt. !. r
FOR SALE Upright piano re recently
cently recently reconditioned and rofin rofin-ished
ished rofin-ished $125. Balboa 2-3464. i
FOR .SALE Complete ceramio,
equipment in excellant condition,
which includes Swedish kHu,
potter's wheel (runninj electric electrically
ally electrically and by foot), wedging table,
hot box, all chemicals, etc. For
further information call Panama
3-0001 between- 5-7 p.m.
Nicola Telsas 100th Anniversary ;
Celebrated In Niagara Falls NY
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (UP)
July was the 100th anniversary
of the birth of Nikola "Tesla, a lit-
ue-rememDerea Yugoslav im
migrant whose invention of the
polyphase alternating current mo
tor and system: led to our modern
eiecirical systems. V rs. ,.
Tesla s invention first was used
on a practical basis in 1898 when
electric power created by Niagara
Falls was sent surging through
transmission lines to Buffalo ,22
miles away. It marked the har
nessing of the falls1 and the be
ginning of tne age of .electric
power., , "i t,;yJt
-Despite the revolutionary Im
pact of this invention Tesla is
scarcely remembered today, only
13 years after his death. He was a
strange and solitary man, prefer
ring to live and work alone. So
great was bis desire for scientific
knowledge that he vowed never
to marry. He felt love would ua ua-neda
neda ua-neda his work for science.
.Shortly after bis arrival in
America Tesla went to work in
the laboratories of Thomas Edison
in New York. He soon demonstrat demonstrated
ed demonstrated his brilliance and received the
recognition of Edison. But the two
Dog Pays Debt
PITTSBURGH (UP) -A
Labrador retriever has started
paying off on a four-year-old debt.
. jjacK in m summer oi vac,
Mrs. Christine McMaster as rid
ing her horse on a farm when she
spotted "a little baU of black fur
peeping at me from around a tree
She took the hungry, whimper
ing pup home, and he soon became
her dog. She called him Spats.
Shortly after that, Mrs. McMai McMai-ter's
ter's McMai-ter's vision began to fail as a re result
sult result of a diabetic condition: She
became completely' blind. ;
When the need arrived for a
guide dog for the attractive 28-
year-old brunette. Spats' showed
he could 'fill the bill. He was
trained at Pilot Dogs, Inc., in
TThev told me at the Columbus
school that they never had been
able to train a Labrador retriever,
but Spats made just about the
highest grades of any dog they've
ever naa," nis mistress saw.'.
U. S. Trained
' Antenna Installations
, Our Specialty
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No. S06I. Phono 1316, Coiea.
FOR RENT: Bedroom, riving
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couple. Callo Darien No. 14-21,
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FOR RENTS Fatnished ap.it ap.it-ment.
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v $65 and Militias. Phono 1-3360
I daytime, 2-1190 night. v
FOR, RENT-- Furnished apart.'
men two bedrooms. One year;
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FOR RENT-. Furnished apart-
ment on Trvoli Avenue. Ideal for
, bachelor or couple. Phono
FOR RENT LoToly fully fur furnished
nished furnished one bedroom apartment,
residential sector. Telephone,
water heater. CaH Panama 2 2-2135
2135 2-2135 during office haurs. ;
were worlds apart. Tesla favored
alternating current, Edison direct
current. : ;
Telsa t h o u a h t his mtm
though more complex, was better
necause electricity could be trans transmitted
mitted transmitted over' long distances. With
tne JMiison direct current system,
power-could be sent barely a mile
freni the cower house. Thn ovrntn.
al almost universal adoption of
auperwrT. aw Hi US" 1H a
battle raged over which system
wis, best. . ::;,..
- .v.' H i- ';). i.VV';'i,"-:i;.'.'..,ii,;f'i
. The builder of the" Arlami at.
tion at Niagara Falls soon recog recognized
nized recognized tha value' of being able to
transmit, and sell power to Buffalo
and other cities, and they accept accepted
ed accepted the Telsa plan. The same gen generators
erators generators that began running in No November,
vember, November, 1896, turn out electric
power today in the Niagara Mo Mohawk
hawk Mohawk Power System, The station
is a living memorial to early
Tesla invented manv mora
things common to our world todav
and demonstrated by his predic predictions
tions predictions his great foresight He gave
ns tne principles upon which radio
and television exist and waa sev
eral yean ahead of Marconi with
the wirelesf transmitter and 're
ceiver, v. i
He designed and develoned a
radio-controlled boat before the
turn of the century and created
various forms of : caseous tube
ngDung. He predicted that one
day a pilotless aircraft would be
capable of. flying thousands of
miles, and destroying its target
with precise accuracy. H added
mat uns device would prove a
wonderful argument for world
Is Adi:i Mrccl::n
To Dcnia CcnYcr.'.icn
CHICAGO (UP) The Dem
ocratic National Convention this
summer will have something no
previous presidential nominating
conclave has had-an accompany accompanying
ing accompanying commercial and industrial
exposition.. '" .,'": ; ...
; A New York exposition manage
ment firm, ciapp and- foiiak, inc.,
is selling space 'in International
Amphitheatre to industrial and
commercial firms that want
to display their, wares before the
democrats and other convenuon-
ioers.;::. y. ;. A;,,
The tnsL aeertrdins. -. tn It J
Reynolds Jr.tof Clapp and Peliak,
is $10: per square foot.
Reynolds -.said the exposition
firm obtained permission from
tne Democratic. National- commit
tee to stage the commercial fair.
called "American Showcase,"? in
a side hail in Teturn for paying
ui vvjuuvia inn ivi uiq .u'
tire amDhitheatre. : '
He said participation in "Amer
ican Showcase involves no con contribution
tribution contribution te the Democratic Party.
He said the firm did not. plan, a
similar exposition., at the Kepub Kepub-lican
lican Kepub-lican National Convention in San
Francisco because the. Cow-Pal
ace,- where the GOP convention
will be held,' does not have room
for such a show. v v
Reynolds, said between 60 and 75
exhibitors are expected to buy
space in the Chicago show. He
said they will include utilities,. TV
and appliance manufacturers,
candy companies, meat packing
firms, beverage companies and
"But it wont .be a grog shop,"
he added hastily.
He said exhibitors' will be per
rmtted to dispense free samples.
I but bo "selling will' be permitted
'" J. Fee. A la On At. Re. il
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Phone PanosM 1-1177. Criere Criere-VI
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FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile pest Co Cosine.
sine. Cosine. Phone Panama 2-1515.
FOR RENT: Urge furnished
reem, America couple, bache bachelor.
lor. bachelor. Private kitchen, gas, 1 refri-'
gerater, $45. Come Juste Are Are-aemona
aemona Are-aemona and list SI. No. 5.-
Wanted to Buy
WANTEDi Outboard motor,
good conditieh, 10 to 15 hp.'.
'Writ C Martens, lex JO, Pan-
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' 9y ROBERT IL CRENNEN
United Pros Steff Correspondent
HONOLULU. ..T. H. (UP)
The thought of a travel poster tan
may lure, you to this island para
dise, but one of the nation's, lead
ing skin specialists says Hawaii's
special brand of sunshine can
make' you,. look, older than your
Dr. John H. Lamb of Oklahoma
Chy. was one of 300 skin doctors
who attended the eighth, annual
niceling of the Pacific Dermatolo-
gic Association here.
V'Sun .ages the, skin." the tall,
graying dermatologist said in an
interview. '"Too much of it over
long periods' of time destroys the
elastic fibers, or connective tis
sues, in the skin and they hecome
degenerated.. . c- j
These fibers .are. like rubber
bands.. They hold the skin tight.
So if you overdo it, even with a
tan the rays get down into the
. .j. Avoid NoorvDay "'
Ho warned that the aun "causes
wrinkled akin and makes a 40-
year-old .woman look likav she's
! Dr. Lamb exnlained.- that sun
rays in Hawaii are about the same
as 'anywhere else in the United
States. But he added that the big
difference is that their reflection
from the ocean greatly increases
their Intensity and burning sower.
"Moderate sun : bathing is
healthful," Dr, Lamb said. "It is
a wonderful feenne on your oooy.
It has a tonic effect,and it helps
frrm Vitamin C. ,v
However, the doctor cautioned
sunbathers to "stay out of the
intensity of the sun.
"Go out. in the early morning
or late afternoon," he. added.
"The noon-day sun hurts yon
because the rays come straight
The Oklahoma doctor shook his
head as he looked out of his
Waikiki hotel room window at
noon and saw the beach lined
with sunbathers. V
Dr. Lamb said if you must get
out in the midday sun, smear your
oody. witn some type or sunourn
cream "that wiu knock out tne
sunburn rays." For ethical rea reasons:
sons: reasons: he couldn't suggest any
special brand names, but he said
to look on the label of the. bottle
or iar for these protective chem
icals; paramino benzoic acid or
menthol anthranolite. .-
Looking older than your years
and ; suffering : a painful burn
aren't the only dangers of over
doing' sun bathing.' Skin cancer is
another- big threat. yr. i-amo
theorized that island aun is prob probably
ably probably responsible for giving Hawaii
onef the highest skin cancer rates
in the United States. ,,
Dr Lamb uid there are as
many akin cancers in Hawaii- as
in Dallas, Tex., "which is the
heart of the cancer belt." The
skin- specialist .added:
"There is no doubt in our
minds that heat infra-red rays
has. a lot to do with causing
Teacher Shortage f
OIEYENNE, Wyo. (UP)-l
One way to. solve the teacher
shortage is to make it harder to
be one, according to a Wyoming
State' Superintendent of Public
Instruction Velma Lindord said
more students are attracted to
teaching as -a career-when stand
ards are raised to a professional
level both socially and from a
salary standpoint ...
She said states which have
raised teacher certification stand
ards have experienced a sharp in increase
crease increase in the number of teacher
applicants,1 ' '
"High standards create a re-mr-rt
for teaching Which' is
responsible for attracting the larg
er numbers stiioents to tne
profession," -she added,
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',, rtrM Ufene I Stmt,
FARMACIA "SAS ;
: 7 ,". : Via Pwnt'lll ,.
' 1 -NOVED AD ES ATHS3 1
-. YUSapaAo Am
FOR RENT- Furnuhed chalet:
1 bedrooms, 5 2 bathrooms, -hot
water, Irving room, dining room, ;
enclosed porch, yard. Located at
Mexico Are. and East 40th St.
No. 3-05. Phone 3-3014.
FOR RENTf-t Small 2-bodroom
. house, furnished. Water, tight to
American couple without chil-'
dren. F Street, El Cangrejo, Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-5640.
FOR RENTr Vacation guartort,
' Aug. 31-Feb. 1st. 2 bedroom,
. 2 baths, completely furnished.
beautiful view Ancon. fc Balboa
TV Star Ed Sullivan Escapes
Injury In Two-Car Smashup
SEYMOUR, Conn., Aug.' (UP)
Television star Ed Sullivan escap
ed serious injury early today in a
two-car head-on crash in which
three others were hurt, one critical
.' Sullivan, the driver of one car,
complained of chest pains but X-
rays showed no serious iniuries.
according to a Derby Hospital
spokesman. The entertainer was re
ported "resting comfortably" and
in good "condition.-
Dr. Edward Harvey, said Sulli
van suffered a broken rib, minor
chest injures and a light abrasion
of the face when the force of the
collision threw him against, the
Harvey said Sullivan would be
detained at the hospital for "about
72 hours" as a precaution,, but a
spokesman for the f v star- in
New York said Sullivan would
leave the hospital tomorrow. Both
Harvey and the CBS1 network
spokesman said it-was impossible
For Cal fstones
MINNEAPOLIS ' (UP)
There's better than one chance in
three that modern care can cure
gall bladder trouble without sur surgery,,
gery,, surgery,, according to the Minnesota
State Medical Assn,
The association said that the
quiet daily control of diet, habits
and exercise can accomplish a
great deal for the one adult in
five who has gallstones;;
The- materials which go to pro
duce most gallstones are made
when' the bodv burns fat. In turn.
the way the body burns fat de depends
pends depends on the glands, -and the
amount of fat it has to burn
depends On the diet. If anything is
wrong with, either, gallstones are
likely to form.
To stay clear of gallstones, the
associations suggested that every
one drink eight or more glasses of
water each day, eat plenty of lean
meat and avoid ice-cold drinks.
Also avoid too much fried foods,
salad dressings, butter, oil and
cream.' Fruits three times a cay
are recommended. r
"Wendell Corey, fresh1 from a six-month tour in "The;
- Calne Mutiny Courtmartial," has now returned to films
with the exciting role of an infantry "private facing Ihe,
supreme test of his courage in Irving H. Levin's "The Bold
and the Brave," coming Thursday to the LUX Theatre..
' .' i Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures in Superscope, the.
film also stars Micney nooney.ana uon xayior, ana otters
French actress Nicole Maurey as the feminine attraction.
' One of tMe more versatile of Hollywood's brlghtef
lights, Corey was bora in Dracut, Mass., the son of
- clergyman and descendant of pioneer Yankee stock in including
cluding including two U. S. presidents, John Adams and John Qulncy
Adams, After graduaUng from high school in Springfield,
.'Mass., Corey took a lob as salesman at a local appliance
- store, but appeared with the Springfield Repertory players
'at night. He-finally made Broadway, playing opposite
- Betty Field in "Dream Girl," then won a film contract
with Hal Wallls and starred in "l Walk Alone," "Desert
Fury" and other pictures before winning the "Bold and'
the Brave" role for producer Hal E. Chester and director
Lewis R. Foster. "' !..
FOR SALE-Large cool lot with :
. excellent view m Cerro Ctmpa TN
a. Cheap. Owner leaving. AO (
water right. Cristobal 2866.
FOR SALEs-Modoni house
the 19th Kilometer of El Valla
Road. Call Panama-12! 9.
WANTED: Maid with.recam- ;
mendatien for cooking and
- housework. Good salary. Avenida h
Cuba No. 21-33.
to say at this time whether SuTli-
van would make his Sundav eva-
ning show this week. w
The driver of the second car i
Joseph Pallraucci, 22, of Ansonia,
was reported in poor condition. Ho
received a possible jaw fracture,
a possible hip fracture and face :
lacerations. -; ;
, Police said Sullivan, headed for
his Southbury home, was driving a
1958 Lincoln hardtop when it col collided
lided collided with Palmucci's 1953 Pontine
on a narrow, winding blackton
road which runs along the Nauga Nauga-tuck
tuck Nauga-tuck river.
When police arrived, Sullivan
was sitting in a daze on the high
way. Precht and Cacace had to be
pried from the wreckage, while -Palmucci,
-who was riding alone,
was thrown clear. Both cars were-
wrecked, -r --nf-r- '"
Two- ambulances removed t h i
four men to Griffin Hospital, Det
by, Sullivan's wife and daughter
were notified immediately and rush
ed to the hospital.
The television star and newspa
per columnist was returning to his.
farm; about 75 miles from New ;
York City, when the crash eccur- ; v
red. (. .'4v: v"
- Sullivan completed hii weekly W -Tecast
last night from McGuire Air
Base in New Jersey and flew to
Brideenort to Dick un his car for
the 15-mile trip to the Southbury."
New Life Jackets
Inflate On Contact
With Ocean Wtcr:
WASHINGTON (UP) A
new life-saving device has been
perfected that automatically in inflates
flates inflates a pilot's "Mae West" life-
jacket upon contact with water, i j
Planes, official publication of -the
Aircraft Industries Associ. -n,
reports that this automatic in or -compares
in importance with such
standard safety features as the
automatic lap belt and automatic
parachute release. (
Weighing five ounces, it will in inflate
flate inflate a jacket within 15 seconds -.
after immersion in water, v For-
merly, pilots falling nncon-
scious Into the water usually i
drowned because ihe inQator was
not automatic :' ::::
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MONDAY, ALGrST issi
THJ PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NITVSPAPER
T IV 0 LI
TU Y LAS NTBES
with Lola Florej
"with Ramon Gay
THE LONE RANGER
' with Clayton Moore and
. Jay Silverheels '-
Maxwell Reed ft Patrick Barr
in a terrific film:
And sensational picture film filmed
ed filmed in Cinemascope and color:
John Wayne and Susan Hay Hay-ward,
ward, Hay-ward, in
By CLYOE H. FARNSWORTH
THE LAND OF THE
' with Joan Collins
.'...-. and ......
OR A LIVE
j NEW YORK (UP) Win-
dows. .taking their cue from Uie
movies, now come in the 3-D
The new windows are shiped
US Sieelworkers Troop Backz
Into Mills Idled Since July h
ike the letter Z and have horuon-,troo back todiy t0 BUon'a Uon
tal instead of vertical ventilation steef mill Wia July L Un
eM- ky MEJPftautt file
"VVhatV tha dishwasher say about you using all this
a F :MM I A 1 T 1 V ft I
AioS ... ry RADIO
by Erskint Johnson
HOLLYWOOD: (NEA) Holly Holly-wood
wood Holly-wood on TV; Another movie star,1
IV1CVI?1VU 40 U BLUM mi jriUHHWU
lanL. After starring in 30 films
jpiew 1943,- Barry gulped when he
' received fan, lettera after. TV ap ap-ipearance
ipearance ap-ipearance .telling him; he ought to
bt in the -movies! .
' '''n frightened me,w' he' told
me between scenes of a new film,
TOagoon Wells Massacre," ."until
Jane Wyman told me she's had
similar, .letters. .1 guess some peo people
ple people just don't so to the movies."
Barry Isn't even worried about
. 1 j mt j
an accoionai ia it unwi n
, says." "A bad picture may de an
" actor a let ef harm but a ad TV
how hurt for enly three days.
, H that loncj."
"Dragnet" Is becoming a speed speed-net
net speed-net for Jack Web. Although, still
the perfectionist, he filmed four
complete programs in five work work-ins
ins work-ins fcy- .NBC-TV and operatic
tencr Oreste. who stars in "The
Vagabond King," are talking about
Uie most expensive operauc tele telecast
cast telecast ever staged. A 90-minute
color TV spectacular this fall based
on "La Boheme."
Bill. Williams is consulting
attorneys about his "Kit Carson,
telefilms now playing movie thea
ters" hi Europe. His ; contract
overlooked biff screen showings
and there's a good chance he can
collet his : regular theatrical
salary.'.-'' : "j.y.
After four" years as Kit in 104
chapters. Burs moving to a new
' semi's opposite Betty White; "A
Date With the Angels." This time
it's -a domestic comedy instead
of six-guns'. There's a meaty role
for him now in the movie. "The
Halliday .Brand," and he's admit-ting:;-:y-,j.
. "The Kit Carson brand was on
me nd for a- while I had trouble
aelttog movie roles. This film
should really help me."-
, FeundvA star happy' witha
scandal, maeatlne "expese." i
A pal asked Irish Mccaua, wno
stars in "'heena, Queen of ihe
JungleiTsbe was shocked about
a mifazine etory on her titled.
"The Past She'd Like to Forget."
The 'Spasf was all of the spicy
eheesecak photos she once posed
for ti a- model. But Irish wasnt
even blushing. She told her friend:
"tfhaf rin thvv mean the Dat
I'd like to forget? I dont want t nap' early yesterday and first ttA
for?et'it I loved it." .ports, said "several are dead." i
' Top Winners of the $64,000 Ques-; c. I t ; ... I
fiort. show are green-eyed over the Two ofa three lime climbing!
til r,nn unM k. fh .vravo unv. bi-oud leu i.nuu iprt. hi anouier an.
land', on "Do You ..Trust Yourlcident-yesterday. Officials said
Wife?' Payments are spread over there was "little hope" of finding
U vtars. Their .tax cut to Uncle them, alive., ,
Sammy wiK be only. $600. a year
for a'tbtal of $8,400. v Two German climbers fell from
. .,., - fthe mountain yesterdar and one
NOT ON THE TELEPROMPT-lof them' was known dead.
EX: Note frm a pal with Audio
Murpnys "Je Burterflv" film
company In Tokyo: "TV is a big
rage here With American-type
shows on three different channels.
Most popular -with- eur gang when
they relar at night la a soap opera
which our. Japanese friends in
sist is titled, "Watanabe's Other
If ir. .. .!.,...,) ,..: ... -.,
; THIS IS TELEVISION MRS.
JUNES: James Daly's last four
starring TV ; dramas are getting
the movie treatment but. he's
in none of them. But he is film
acting in "The Young Stranger,"!
playing the role Macdonald Carev
did n the TV version when it was
called "Strike a Blow."
Now It's. John Derek headed fori
England and a swashbuckler TV
series when he completes Bob
Goldstein's f 'Showdown Creek.".
note: In addition to
owning part of his "Mayor of the
Town": series, Thomas Mitchell
will collect $50,000 extra from one
of his snonsors lust to ast as
theit goodwill ambassador, around;
tn country, i an Muton Bene s
new business setup, his long-time
manager, Irving Gray, leaves the
fold. Ditto his brother Jack.
Where were the censers when
an f n f 1 1 a h movie, "Dead ef
Night," with Michael Redgrave,
was sold to TV Wowl Such Ian Ian-guage.
guage. Ian-guage. .
840 kcs., Panama Gty
Today; Monday, Ang.
4 :f0 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-
- quests taken by phone
. tiU 3:001
5:35 What's Your F a T o r i t e
s-nnTo he announced
: 15 BLUE RIBBON. SP0RT3
. REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Dancing Party
8:45 MEL ACHRINO MUSI
; CALE Nescafe) ,
7:00 Over To You M
7:30 VOA Report From U-S..
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Proudly We Hall
B:uu You Asked For It (re-
; quests taken by phone
.. tiU"l:30) s
10:30 Cavalcade Of America;
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
' Tomorrow, Tuesday, Aug. 1
8:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
. Club (requests taken
by phone liu 7:uu
i!Sfu.Mornin(r salon Concert
8:15 Church In: The Wlldwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News i
s : 15 Sacred Heart
o -sn Paris. Star Time
1Q;00JENNIFER'S JOU RN AL
- (Cutex and Odorono)
10-05 Snins and Needles (re.
quests taken by phone
-. till 8:30) H
11:05 Spins and Nesdles
H:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00News v '
12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies
12:30-weet And Hot '"!'."
1:B Music Or Manhattan" ,-1:30
1:30 ,-1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers K
' 1:45 Forward March
2 : 00 Tex Beneke Show .,
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows.
3:00 Hank Snow And His Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday '
4 :00Featurr Review
4:30 Wnat'a. Your Favorite
- (r a q n ests ( taken by
phone till 3:00)
8:35 What's Your Fatal It
, M (cont'd) :
6:00 To be announced
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORT8
' ? REVIEW, (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Broadway. In Review
6:45 Cooperative Hour
7:00 Interlude For Music
7;15-HOW CHRISTIAN SCI-
- ENCE HEALS -7:30-VOA-Report
From U S.
8:00 World Of Jazz . -8:30-Life
With The Lyons
8:00-YOii Asked For It (re.
quests taken by phone
openings. Fixed panes form the
slant of the Z
This construction technique is
supposed to insure against dust,
burglars and rain, and in addi
tion provide draft-free ventilation,
an unobstructed view and great
The maker calls the idea the
first innovation .in windows since
Egyptians and Assyrians firtt
PITTSBURGH, Aug. (UP) 'manufacturing jclamoriqg iff
The advance cuard of 650,000 U- steel, the industry seared. to re;
nited Steelworkers union members coup as much as po.'S'Me produc
nder the new contracts, the-
With the end of the V billion nation's steel producers were as-
strike, steel, consumers awailedjsvrel three years of labor peace. fc
word of the increase they will have. The no strike "agreements whu, J J-to
to J-to pay as their share of the settle-j provide no wsge reopeaer- iut
niont cost. as those included in previous cos
SU-ei price announcement are lective bargaining agreements hi
expected early this week. iron!the steel industry, will give work work-Age
Age work-Age t magazine' predicted -'boosts jers wage boostv and other benefits
would.be about $12 to $13 J, ton. totaling 45.6 cents an hour over
The average -price bow is $130 a the three-year life of the contract.
ton. . : . 4 DkVid J. McDonald, USW preei-
; Th five-week steel shutdown: dent, said the -contracts herald
came to an nd last night as th&r'an era of great peace and pros-
FISH FOR A FISH A pickerel that had attempted to swallow
a perch bit oft more than he could swallow, and the scales on
the perch caused a tie-up. 'Amused by the strange sight, 11
vear-old Michael Gendell, of Unity, N.H., shows the result.
Mik freed the fouled-up palrt preventing theuvdying tn the
made openings in' their walls' ust ..t ih ht 12 jrcrtiife slfln-ncrHr
3.000 years ago. (The Apache Co.. i wmtracU with. the USW. The A strike of marine eneineers hi
inc., fort Worth, Tex.) Urrike was the costliest ia the in-Cleveland Ued un the 58-shin or
dustry'a history, and it interrupted carrying fleet of the Pittsburgh"
a rerord production boom. -' Istarnship division of U. S: Steel,
; Industry sources, believe there is dcJso. ine shiDments of ore. The
only a remote chance of equa!'.inT; walkout was called by the Marme-
last year's production recora 01 ii' tngiLeers Beneficial Asszuno en- ;
milium ineot tons desnite e record force demands for recocintion as
first half of 62.5 million tons. Fal bargaining agent for the com pa-. I
capacity operations wm bo: w re- ny a ?50 engineers. laiKs aimed at
sumtd for about three weeks, lending, the dispute will begin ia
Maintenance crews worked Cleveland tomorrow: -" -'
top speeds during the weekened toK v -1
get the mills reaay tor ine return- 1
uie workers. w ' 1 J '..-. )
Because 01 tee coehy wiucout
which started, July sl, 'industry!
sources believe there is only a re-
mote chance to equal. 1355 s pro
duction record of 117 million ineot
tons, despite a record first naif of
62Vi million tons. Full eapacity e-
peration won't be 'reached for a a-bout
bout a-bout three weeks. -;. '-
Stce .price increases were ex expected
pected expected to be announced early this
week:- .,. -i!.-.;
Maintenance crews worked at
top speed over the weekend to' get
the mills ready for the expected
production boom.' i W i
U. S. Steel, thb country's No. &
producer, said its open hearth fur
naces should" be at 75 per cent o:
A large pharmaceutical com
pany is offering the latest in trav travel
el travel sickness protection cherry
flavored candy tablets supposed
to provide a 24-hour protection
with a single dose.
The tablets use a drug known
as Meclizine which, according to
ine company, acts to decrease
sensitivity of the middle ear. This
is the part of the body that con controls
trols controls balance, .fe V'.-tV
The cherry-flavored tablets are
called "Bonadettes" and come
foil-wrapped in packages of 10.
(Chas. Pfizer & Co.,; Inc., Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn 6, N.Y.)
An Ice bucket said to prevent
furniture damage now Is on the
The so-called Nappy lee Bucket
uses a soft vinyl plastic called
Koroseal for the lining and fi fi-berglas
berglas fi-berglas material for insulation.
The lining is supposed to prevent
furniture scratching and at the
same time stand rigid.,
The maker says the new ice
bucket is leakproof, washableUnd
odorless snd has a 2 gallon ca
pacity, or enough for 160 ice
cubes. (Nappe Smith Manufactur Manufacturing
ing Manufacturing Co., Farmingdale, N.J.) .'
it tan fMl oitl bfor your timft or
uffr from ervi sr!n or physical t
wealmna, jrou will And bapplmu and
kealth in mir American Laboratory I,
aiaoovary .which rtorcs rontniui r
capacity next Saturday and at SO
per cent in two weeks. But the
climh ack to capacity, production
after the second week was expect expected
ed expected to be ""relatively slow."
With a backlog of orders and al allied
lied allied industries such as oil. high highway
way highway construction and freight cat
aiacovry wnicn sn. itm -viniiiu
vigour ana ltaHtf qtiirktr than any
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A Thla aurpfiin f1nd and ir
iliaur reatorer call VliTtb- nan been.
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s-Fifty crack Alpinists work worked
ed worked .their, way up., Uie -hazardous
face of Mont Blanc yesterday ,ln ,ln-search
search ,ln-search of victims of three moun mountain
tain mountain climbing, accidents. ;
At least six persons, were believ-J
ed saued and, some otter injured.
Four climbers fell in pne mis-
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TEE PANAMA AMERICA AN IVDIPEXD EXT DAIT.T NTWSFtrrit
Mathews ; Joins Aaron
aj fi--: net 'wr-- -WW'
Pair Drive In 7 Runs
toitor: CONRAOO SAKUtANl
To Doubleheader Sweep
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. NEW YORK, 'Aug. 6 (UP)-Ed Mathews join joined
ed joined with the streaking Hank Aaron today to put the
Milwaukee Braves' pennant express back in high
Placed between Aaron' and
long-ball bitting Joe Adcock In
rH nmcv'i latest effort to
nn him out of a season-long
slump, Mathews has knocked In
seven runs while homering In
each of hu last iour games.
t irrenresxible Aaron, mean'
' while, stretehecTtits batting
streak to a season's high f 32
consecutive games during whicn
, he hit .424, .,;
Mathews and Aaron drove
hi seven mm yesterday as the
Braves drubbed the Pittsburgh
Pirates, 5-1 and 5-0, to hold
their two-game lead over the
Brooklyn Dodgers and stretch
their margin to three games
' over the Tamed out Cincinnati
Redlegs. Chicago at New York
also was rained out,
Mathews walloped a aolo hom homer
er homer and Aaron a three-run round round-trlpper
trlpper round-trlpper In the first game to help
Oene Conley register his sixth
victory and hand Ron Kline his
12th loss. In the nightcap, Mat Mathews
hews Mathews whacked a two-run homer
and Aaron delivered a triple and
single aa Lew Burdette scored
his fifth shutout and 13th win
of the season. Aaron's four, hits
in'Mven tries raised his league-
leading batting average to .345
SO points more wan accuuu accuuu-place
place accuuu-place Stafi Muslal.
The victorias stretched the
Braves' newest spurt to three
straight and gave them a 10-1
edge over the pirates since Ha Ha-ney
ney Ha-ney took over on June 16.
Duke Snider smashed three
home runs to talse his aeason
total to SO and lead the Dodgers
to 7-0 and 5-3 triumphs over the
Bt Louis Cardinals. Sal Maglle
Pitched four-bitter, for his
lfth win of the season and the
100th of his career in the first
game while relief pitcher Ed
Roebuck won his fourth game of
the year in the nightcap. The
world champions have won 14
of .their last 17 games and 18 of
, 24 since manager wait Alston
initiated his -give tm hell"
campaign on July 14."
In the American League, the
Panama Edges VFW Stars
4-2 In Final Series Game
The oft postponed VFW
keener All-Stars versus the
Panama Ponv Leacue Stars fl
tii Mrles same was finally
tii.ved veiterdav afternoon at
Balboa Stadium with the RP.
lads Winning 4-J. The victory
gave Panama a-2-1 edge In the
Naranjo went all the way for
Panama. while Schoch started
1 and was the loser for the Canal
Zone boys boys-Two
Two boys-Two of Panama's runs were
earned while one tally by the
VTW team was garnered with-
Serbs Over Miami
NIWYORK; Aug. ft(UP) ft(UP)-The
The ft(UP)-The onrushlng Rochester Red
' Winss completed a four-game
sween over the Miami Marlins
durlnt, the weekend to regain
' second place and move within
two games of pace-setting Tor
onto. :. .
In a Sunday doubleheader at
Rochester, the Red Wings won
the opener, 12-5, and then took
the nightcap, 2-1, on an eighth eighth-Inning
Inning eighth-Inning home run by pitcher Ga Gary
ry Gary Blay lock. In addition to his
timely blow, Blaylock limited the
Marlins to six hits. ........
The Columbus Jets, mean
while, swept their doubleheader
with Toronto, 5-1 and 6-1. South Southpaw
paw Southpaw Carl Duser pitched six-bit
ball In the opener, while Glenn
Cox held the Leafs to seven hits
In the second game.
Richmond spotted Montreal a
6-0 lead In the opener of their
double-header, then rallied for
a 7-6 triumph. However. George
Shuba's three-run homer helped
carry the Royals to a 5-4 victo victory
ry victory in the nightcap.
Luke Easter's three-run hom homer
er homer enabled Buffalo to defeat Ha Ha-vana,
vana, Ha-vana, 8-2, but the Sugar Kings
rolled to a 5-3 victory In the
second game as Sandy Consue Consue-gra
gra Consue-gra and Joe Hatten combined In
pitching a slick six-hitter.
New. York fNEAV A return In.
round lightweight match between1 2, VFW 6: S.O. Narahjo 6, Schoch
Havana's Orlando Zulueta and Lad L Base on balls: Schoch 2, Na Na-wig
wig Na-wig Lightburn of British Hondu-jranjo 4. Umpires." Siglianl, De
ras will be telecast nationally from La Pena. Scorer; Bill Dobson.
Madis..i Square Garden, Aug. 10 'Time: 1:50. -,';
New 'York Yankees suffered
their sixth straight defeat when
they bowed to the Tigers, 8-5,
but held their seven-game lead
when the second-place Cleveland
Indians lost' to the Boston Rea
Sox. 2-1. '
Al Kallne's three-run, homer
helped the Tigers- sweep the
three-eame-serles with the Yn
kees despite homers by Mickey
Mantle. Bill Skowron and Yogi
Berra. Mantle's was his 37th of
the campaignequalling his pre
vious hieh for a season and put
ting him 11. games' ahead of
Babe Ruth's record-1927 pace.
Jim Bunnlnt won his first game
while Tom Sturdlvant suffered
his sixth loss, i ;
, Ted Williams hit his lJth
homer of the year In the sixth
inning to give the Red Sox a
sweep of their Ahree-game set
with the Ind'ans. Dave Sisler
went all the way In game
called after seven Innings be because
cause because of rain to score his fifth
triumph and help hand Boh
Lemon his ninth less against
14 wins. The Red Sox now
trail the Indians by only lYi
tames. .y'v. .'?,
The Baltimore Orioles beat the
Chicago White Sox for the first
time at Comlskey park this year
when they swept a doublehead
er. 5-4 and 7-2. Bob Hale tripled
and George Zuverlnk singled to
drive In the decisive run in the
10th inning of the opener while
Tito Prancona's three-run. sev-
etnh-lnnlrlg triple was the key
blow in cuncning the nigntcap.
Pete Runnels had four singles
and Clint Courtney two doubles
and a slnele to lead the wasn
Ihgton Senators to a- 10-4 deci decision
sion decision over the Kansas pity Ath
letlcs in the other Al. game.
Chuck Stobbs went all the way
In 98-degree heat to win his 10th
game. Roy Slevers, Hector Lopei
and Vc Power nomerea.j : :-.hj
- MSTORDAxnS7STARX-: Sal
Maglle, who pitched a four-hit,
7-t shutout for the Dodgers to
score the 100th win of his big
league career. v
out the aid pf errors. VFW's
Chase cot the longest hit of the
game, a triple In the fourth in
Godsey of the VFW All-Stars
was the defensive star of the
game with running one-handed
eaten ana a penect tnrow to me
plate that completed a double-
play In the first Inning.'
Panama's Aguilar helped his
team's cause considerably by
stealing home In the last Inning
ivr ui insurance run.
VFW Teener manager v Pete
Corrigan thanks umpires Bill
Williams, Hilzlnger, Slgliani, De
ut rena ana Worrell and Bill
Dobson for scoring the games.
The box score; 1 .
VFW Teeners Ab R
H Pe A
Corrigan 2b 4 0
0 1 2
Pedersen lb 3
Barbier rf. 2
25 5 2 21 5
Panama All Stars
Guerrero 2b .1... 3
Herrera ss ....... 2
Alzamora cf ..... 2
Gonzalez e ...3
Torres If 3
Aguilar 3b 3
De La Torre lb ... 3
Naranjo p ., 3'
Raybourne rf ... 2
24 5 4 21 5
x-Gibson relieved Schoch In
7th inning with three on and
" Score By Innings
Panama All Stars zoo 000 24
VFW Teeners 010 100 02
SUMMARY Earned Runs:
Panama 2. VFW 1. RBI: De La
Torre, McGriff.- 3 base hit:
Chase. -Double plays: Godsey Godsey-Chase,
Chase, Godsey-Chase, stolen base: Aaullar.
French. Errors:, Chase 2. Bar
bier. Aguilar, 2. Sacrifice hit!
McGriff. Left on base: Paname
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BILL RUSSELL, star center for the University of JSan Francis'co basketball team, displays' sorte
him All-AmerUan honors !ast reason as he leaps high to score : against La Salle University .d
T i; ociicumcu 10 wove in rnamj wea
Thursday nlt?ht the Dons will play against an .All-Star quintet
Balboa Playground Is setting
the pace in. four of the live ln-
leagues. In three of these the
BullpuD teams boast perfect rec
ords, while the fourth team has
a single defeat to mar its record.
The C. D and' E-League, teams
are all riding along on the crest
of winning streaks and have yet
to taste defeat in league piay.
while the A Leaguers have the
lone defeat, giving them a 2 and
Durlne the action last week
the Balboa A league took a real
lacing from 'the favorites from
Diablo 71-46. After this beating
they showed they had the stuff
champions are made of when
they tookt the' Ancph TerriersJ
53-45. mis was accompusnea on
the. Ancon concrete iloor which
passes for a basketball court
Ancon retained their strangle
hold on the B League title' by
taking a vastly Improved Balboa
team 64 to 35. Earlier In the
week the Balboa Bees won their
first game of the season by past pasting
ing pasting a resounding, defeat on the
Demons from Diablo, 46-24.
C League action found Balboa
administering a onesided 74 to
3 defeat to a game but outclass.
ea Diaoio team. Later In the
week the young Bullpups claim
ed a game from Ancon via the
forfeit route when the Terriers
again took to the Bush In pref preference
erence preference to playing the game. This
same Ancon team won a forfeit
game from Gamboa to complete
we -action" ior tne week in this
D League action has ceased to
exist as the only team In the
league at present in Balboa. An Ancon
con Ancon entered a team In the
league, but it has yet to put in
an j appearance, thus Balboa
took another game via the for forfeit
feit forfeit passage. )
in the little', fellows in the E
League, played ,two games and
had two go by forfeit Balboa
took an improved Ancon team
30 to 20 and Ancon measured
Gamboa by a 35 to 14 score. Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa won from Diablo on forfeit
and so did Gamboa. V ; ; .
Standings for Pacific Inter Inter-playground
playground Inter-playground Basketball Leagues:
Won Lost Pet.
Balbao .. .. ..1
Ancon . ,. ., .... 1
, B Leagve
. C League
Balboa .. 4
Gamboa ..... ;, 2
Diablo .. .. .. ...1
Games for week of Aug. 6-10 .'
Tuesday. Aug. 7 i Diablo at
Ancon C and E Leagues.
weanesaay,; Aug. 8 'Balboa
at Gamboa O and E Leagues:
Ancon ( at Diablo A and B
Thursday. Aug. o Balboa at
Diablo C and E Leagues.
Friaay.iAug. 10 Diablo at
Balboa A and B Leagues; Gam
boa at Ancon C and E Leagues.
;rnascu won iv-m. ane team
P enfold Journey Qualifying
Round Gets Underway today
Charlie McCarthy Cops
Track Feature; Records
Ruben Varon's vastly lmnrov.
ed Charlie McCarthy yesterday
afternoon was sent out a.jblg
mutuels favorite to eop the lea lea-tured
tured lea-tured $1,000 seven furlong sprint
for classes A and B Imported
thoroughbreds and Justified the
fans' confidence in him by scor
lng an impressive post-to-post
one-length victory at the Presi President
dent President Remon rac track.
Kaatr was second throughout
alter leading for the -first few
yards. Meiendea finished third
after ) surviving- a bad stumble
three furlongs out. Mossadeq,
second choice In the betting,
disappointed and wound up
fifth, a half length behind
Charlie McCarthy ; sped the
seven panels in the fast time of
i:zs 3-5, only three-fifths or i
second off the track mark es
tablished Saturday by the 1 sur surprising
prising surprising Lifeboat. -.'-
In The Majors
LEADING BATTERS ;
(Based on 225 off ic'al at bats)
. NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player, Club g ab r h pet
Aaron, Mil. ,96 377 70 130 .345
Muslal, S. L. 101 385 -59 123 ".325
Sc'dienst, N.Y. 75 267 29 85 .318
Boyer, St L. 101 407 70 129 .317
Moon, St L. 97 348 63 110 .318
" AMERICAN f.KAGITK
Mantle, N.Y. 99 364 83 134 .368
Williams, Bos. 85 237 40 83 350
Vernon. Bos.. 81 282 48 97 .344
Maxwell, Det. 94 326 ,67 110 .337
Kuenn, Det 97 374 38 125 .334
"'Mantle, Yanks ......i.". 37"
Snider, Dodgers . .. . . 30
Kluszewski, Pedlegs 25
. Robinson, Redlegs ...... 25
r (Three tied, with. 24) :
RUNS BATTED IN'
' Kaline, Tigers '.
' Muslal. St. Louis
Simpson, Athletics ...
" X' RUNS
Snider, Dodgers .....
Boyer, Cards ..
Fox, White. Sox
132 134-132 "130
(Based on 16 Decisions)
Lawrence, Redlegs ; 15 3 .833
Brewer, Red Sox ....15 3 .833
Pierce, White Sox ...17..4. ..810
Ford, Yanks ...;.. '..14' 4.778
Buhl, Braves 14 4 .778
won pa straip;ni victories, a new
nesaay: wnen tney wia hold
Several track records were set
yesterday, however. Embassy
sped one mile in 1:39 4-5 to up
set ooas-on mutueis choice pa
quiro by a half length to reels.
ter the fastest time thus far run
over wis distance at the new
. Native filly Black Bee sprint sprinted
ed sprinted a. half mile in 50 1-5 seconds
m the fourth race only to have
tne unbeaten sensation Tully
Bar lower the mark to 49 2-5 in
me very next race. This Is a rec rec-cord
cord rec-cord for locally bred horses and
also a track record because im imported
ported imported horses have not yet run
At. a a .... .
wis -aistance. ...
In the nightcap, OHmpIco held
On under a tricky ride by Bias
Aguirre to nose but Radical in
five furlongs to better the na
tive mark for the distance set bv
Argyla in the third race. Argyla
lumea tne distance in 1:04 1-5
This was cut to 1:03 3-3 hv nlim-
Aguirre was the winnln?est
locxey witn three victories. Fer.
flando Alvarez and Braulio Bae.
za had two winners each.
Air Force Runner
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LONDON. Aug. 6 (UP)-De
rek Ibbotson, 24-year-old Royal
Air Force runner, became the
ninth man in the world to break
the four-minute mile barrier to today,
day, today, when he won the Emsley
Carg mile race at White City in
tnree minutes, 59.4 seconds.
Ibbotson's time eoualled,; the
British National and English
native record set by Roger Ban
nlsterr first man to -crack the
rour-mlnute mUe barrier, at Ox-
ioro, May i54.
Ian Boyd of Eneland wasec-
ond In 4:03.2 and Ron Delaney
of Ireland, a student at Villano Villano-va
va Villano-va University in Philadelphia,
was third in 4:06.4. Delaney pre previously,
viously, previously, had run a mile In less
than four minutes,
r Ibbotson. who had, laid low
until the bell, suddenly stormed
to the front and ran shoulder to
shoulder-with Boyd down the
oacKsiretcn. With 220 yards to
go he turned on a. kirk unrt sing
ly Increased a two-yard lead to
15 at the tape.
The 37.000 crowd iwnwrt thnt
the four-minute had been bro broken,
ken, broken, although the giant clock at
one end of the stadium had its
black hand Just resting on the
Ibbotson's feat was 1.4 seebnds
slower than the world record of
3:5a set by John Landy of Aus
tralia at Turku, Finland, June
the ability which brought
game at Madison Square'
record for a major U.S. coU
clinic, at the Panama Gym
A match play, handicap golf
tournament win get under way
today at the Brazos Brook Goll
Club, with Penfold golf balls
donated by Capt C. B. Fenton
The tournament will be open
to all Brazos Brook active mem members
bers members in eood standine. Thern will
be three men's flights and one
women's flight- The flights will
be based on posted handicaps as
well, as an 18-hole qualifying
The qualifying round may be
piayea si any ume Detween to
day and Sunday. Players will
sign un on the entry sheet host
ed on the bulletin board prior
io piaying mo ls-noie qualify qualifying
ing qualifying round Handicaps on which
tne uignts will be based are
first flight, 0 to- 8 handicaps;
second flleht. fl to 15 handicaps;
and third flight, 16 and above
This grouping may be subject
io cnange,' depending on the
numoer or entries, so that as
near equal number of players as
possime win oe in each flleht.
If more than 48 men or 16 wom
en plav a qualifying round, the
entrants to drop out will be bas
ed on gross scores. .
In order that as manv dIhv
ers as possible (fan share in the
prizes, they wiU be awarded' as
Twelve balls to the winner of
Six balls to the runner-up rif
Three balls to the defeated se
mltinalists of each flight. :
six Dans to the gross medal
1st of fnr-Yi flight.
six Dans to the net medalist
of each flight
Match clav rounds will he al
tnree-quarter handlcao. USGA
rules governing match play, as
amended by local rules, will ap
ply. Any disputes under the
rules will be referred to J. E
Noonan, chairman of the rule?
committee, whose decision will
be final. Match play pairings
will be made up immediately
after the close of the qualifying
rouna and tne nrst round of
match play will start on Aug. 13
and will be completed bv 6 nJn.
Aug. 19. Succeeding rounds are
to oe completed by the follow following
ing following Sundays. If opponents can cannot
not cannot aeree on a starting time
the official time for all match matches
es matches will be 9 a.m. Sunday.
Matches finishing all even at
18 holes wiU be settled on a
"drop dead" basis if handicaps
are equal: bv nine holes of
match play If the difference in
handicaps results In an even
number of strokes; and by 18
noies ii tne dlllerence results m
an odd number of strokes. Frac Fractional
tional Fractional strokes will be considered
a full stroke If one-half or more
There Will be no entrv fee tar
the tournament. N
NORTHFIELD. N. J.' fNE-A)
rTanr ntuy. w. P. Arno d and
Radford Sexton highlighted an in insurance
surance insurance executive tournament scor
tag holes-in-one at the Atlantic Ci-i
ty country Club.
This very nrobablv cohstitutes
record frtr th nnmlwr nf
gistered id a sinele tournament. It1
oecomes of the fact that the field
l... r 5 I
. in MO w jv .. 1
t . ...
consisted of only 43 players.
Tesan- W L
Milwaukee . 60 38
. 60 42 J88 2
. 59 43 J78 3
. 50-59 J00 11
. 48 52 v80 13
; 44 .57 .436 17 J
42 57 .424 18Vi
. 36 6, J75 23
St. Louis .
'. TOD.l"S (iAMDS
Chicago at Milwaukee (N)
St Louis at Cincinnati N)
' Philadelphia at New York
; Only games scheduled, t
1 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game) .. v
Milwaukee 60.1 001 1005 13
Pittsbprgh 000 010 0001 10
Conlev -(6-6) Johnson nd
Kline s (9-l), Naranjo and
(Second Game) ' .
Milwaukee : 000 205 8 6
Pittsburjh 000 006 1
Burdette (13-6) and AtwelL
Friend (12-11), Waters : and
(Called on account of rain)
.. ..... .,.
St. Louis 600 ono nnna i
Brooklyn 023 100 Olx 7 8
Dickson (8-8) WehmeJer, Kon Kon-stanty
stanty Kon-stanty and Smith, t i
Maglle (5-3) and Campanula.
St. Louis 010 000 2003 8 1
Brooklyn 301 010 OOx 5 8 1
Schmidt (J5.7). Iab Hi.
holsky, Blaylock and Cooper.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (2)
vsiuonea, rain) y
Chicago at New York 1
$80,000 WORTH- -Stan Hack schools Mo Drabowsky in'
screening the ball from the'batter. The Chicago Cubs gave the
21-year-old Trinity College of Hartford right-hander $80,000
for his ignattye. He -Ditched in a -Novia Scntia anue.
OUT OF DOORS
DONT HINDER SEEING SEEING--
- SEEING-- EYE DOG
By JOE STETSON
THE' shoppers and tradesfolk of
our httle city of Peekskill, unusual,
sight in the busy business section.1
-.-0 j - - jm6"'cih m ipeea nd di.
serious man has appeared with a tance while crossing hiehwav. T-id'ss,'..sub-(.:,.fvl8tarted
across t high-
jciuug uic uipj iu un i-umyicA CA-
penences offered by traffic in a
typical American town with grow-
Hes Ed Fauser, supervisor of
frainins tnr "r.,,irlmr 4nr tho
v ui"'n6 "jv. v. .1,
Blind," and I looked him up to see
if there was anything a local dog!
man could do to lend a helping
hand to a newcomer devoted, to'
such worthy work.
' "mere certainly is,- was Ed s
response. "We find it difficult to
.. ..... v r .. .
frindlv afwf 4aa halnfiit V ttrich
train nnvv vnM nmn, ara inn
aogs 10 icarn now u lane ueir
ouna masters arouna ODSiacies.
A dog cannot learn to do this
: when everyone makes t special
pffftrt trt crivo thm rirtff H rlaf nsth
Even mothers with baby carriagesl
turn out of the dog's way. If you I
W I- Pet CI
67 36 .656
5 42 84 7
58 44 J69 8'i
51 48 .515 14
48 55 ,.460 19
"47 .57 rAS 20 4
43 61- .413 2414-
36 CC .353 30s
New York at Boston. (N)
Cleveland at Detroit N)
Only games scheduled.
New York 004 001 000 j 16 S
Detroit 400100 30X g
Kncki. StDrdiv&at ro.ct w
Coleman and Berra.
..Larv.. Bunnina-. (1.1) a her
and House. .
Boston 600 01162 5 0
Cleveland : 100 000 01 4-1
Sisler (J-5) and White, i
Lemon (14-9 Mriuh
(Called In elrhth Atl BOAnunc
Boston at Cleveland -
(rostponed, Rain) ;
iBaltimore 610 000 026 2.5 12 1
Chicago 601 100 001 14 4 S
- FermreM v n m
Wight, Ebes and Triandos.
wonovan, LaPalme, -? Kinder,
Howell (3-6), Staley and Moss.
Baltimore 100100 5007 8
Chicago : 600 110 0002 7 5 z
. Moore (8-6) and Triandos.
Wilson (11-11), Kinder, La La-Palme
Palme La-Palme and Lollar.
Washington 103 010 621 10 is at
IK. City 616 601002-4 13 v
Stobbs (16-8) and Courtney.
Herriage (1-U), McMahan,
Shantx. Hnrman TnimUa H.i
fJ?d k'1" t01' 10 "about
their buninesc in o.,. ... "rr"
indulging in" only tKSS
better and faster m -much
'We are often interfer'td with dur
ing advanced work when rhe.tin
wajr wnen a car Was at a diitanv.
at which the dog must. make ihl
decision to go across- or to tnrt
lomy io nave someone run out. grab
j me by the arm and 'save' m
TKi .,ne' i
.. Kuurse. noc Aniv mw.
the particular test but it i
fusing to the dog and often ha
carry-over since the dog can nevJJ
approach the problem azaiii wh-iu
out some inhibition caused h iHl
startung experience 1
I promised Ed I'd
news so that anyone seeing a guC
dog in traimng would go his way
it flatiirnllw :t.r.
.mm jnra&ioie, ITeatUUt
the situation as though it were an
everyday occurrence,- as; indeed.
if la in Mmmim I M ...1
it is in communities where traimniJ
i crhnols kor-nmo af)ki:.L j uuig
' . 1-
(Diitributod by NEA Striics)
MOXDAT, UGtST 1355
TTJt PA5AMA A.MIRICA3 AN INDETE-VDEXT OAILT MTTSFWIS
Jim Riby Deats Ilorb faittcn
In Isthmian Amateur Playoff
' Jim Riley of Fort Amador yes yesterday
terday yesterday debated Dr. Herb Mitten
t Panama on the second hole
?f it sudden death playoff at the
anama Golf club after the two
had finished in a tie at 300
strokes for the 72 holes of the
1958 Isthmian Amateur- Golf
Both Riley and Mitten bogeyed
. on the first hole of the playoff,
but on the second hole Mitten
thanked his second shot after
both he and Riley had gone in into
to into the rough on the first
' Bljt news of the final round
was 18-year-old sandy Hinkle
Ibarra 1(0 s
In 10th Round
Leading bantamweight con contender
tender contender Toto Ibarra; pared down
to a sleek, finely, conditioned
117 ft pounds, scored a smash smashing,
ing, smashing, bloody knockout victory
over ClaudiorMartinez, 117, in
2:00 of the last round of a sched scheduled
uled scheduled ten-rounder at the Nation National
al National Gym last night.
Both fighters suffered deep
cuts on the face and blood flow flowed
ed flowed freelv. Thri winner took an
I '. eight-count from a hard right
to thtvjaw in the fifth heat.
r Martinez vas counted out for
good by referee Vivian Stewart
after fcolng down for the count
of eight earlier in the round.
It was Ibarra's second straight
kayo win over Martinez.
In the other fights: ;
Jesus Santamaria, 124 ft, gain gained
ed gained a split verdict over Vicente
Worrell, 124, in k the six-round
cpmiftnal Th's win was Santa-
marla's third straight as a pro.
Enrique Perea, 125V4, easily
defeated Ernesto Taylor, 126ft,
In the main prelim. All three of officials
ficials officials saw Perea the winner in
And lit the curtain raiser, Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto Campbell, 118, made short
work of Edgar Miller, 115, by
knocking him out in 2:32 of th
first stanza of a match that was
set for four heats.
!"r"V(RST RAC8 'i'.'.H:
fv I .Merereum $8.80, 3 60.,
V.2 Rio Hem $3.80. r .-,
SECOND RACE ;
v lCarraway-$8, 5.40.
" 2 Golden Wonder $i20.. ., ."
. ; F'rst Double;. 325.,,'
1 Ar?yla' $2.40,, 2.20. ''
' 2 Filon $3.80..
- OneTwo: S14.P0-
FOURTH RACE 0
lBlack Bee $8.49, 3.'-.., .t
2 Bull Flea $2 40.
Qu nipia: 56.2(1. t
FIFTH RACE '.'
. 1 Tirtty Bar excluded ';
. 2 Dnmadura $4.40; J.20.
3 La Gazza Ladra $2 40.;'
SIXTH RCE ,i
1 Fenl $6.20. 4.80.
I 2 Soft Note $7.G0.
, 1-r-Two Colours $9 80, 6.
2 Royal Stream $8.
Second Double: M2.lv
" EIGHTH RACE -1
Gaucha $3.80, 2.60. .
S -The Bouche $3.60.
. NINTH RACE
1 Embassy $11.60, 4.60. 4.60.-v
v 4.60.-v 2 PaquiKr $2.80. i
one-Two: S32.80, -TENTH
i 1 Charli- McCarthy $4 20
2 Kadlr $4 80.
1 Ollmpico $3.80, 2.40.
I Radical $2.bu.
who stole ton honors for the day.
shooting one-over-par 73, in including
cluding including the second hole in one
nf his i-arptr Dn th. nar 3 fourth
hole. Sandy used a seven iron,
send his ball through to the
green; it landed about six feet
short of the pin, took one short
bounce and tnen rolled into the
cup. Sandy was playing in a
threesome with JacK hmun 01
Amador and Anibal Galindo of
Georce Riley and Cal Riggs.
fh lparipr after both the sec
ond and the third rounds, failed
f ctonri u n under the final test
turning in fourth round scores
of 80 ana ei, respecuveij,
finish in second and third spots
In the first flight. Jim Riiey won
both -the first flight and tne
championship and Ihe trophy
donated by Jim Ridge. Hinkle s
foi tnt moo tha second
mini wvrn v uu
highest score in the'tournament
and gave mm secona nv
After all the scores were In,
Jim Des Londes, Sr., assisted by
Harvey Beali, gave out me priz prizes
es prizes to the Winners and runners runners-up
up runners-up in eaeli flight These, with
the exception of the Gibraltar
t id Tnsnranrft tronhv taken by
Jim Riley, were merchandise cer
tificates and were won as 101 101-lows:
lows: 101-lows: First Flight, Jim and Geo.
Riley. Second Flight, Dr. Herbert
Mitten and sandy Hinkle. -Third
ciiih r c tons, and
tied for second, Bill Dickens and
BUI LeBrun. Fourth Fligm, w.
R. Todd and Joe Kinkaid. Fifth
Flight, Jim Des Londes, Sr.,. and
Charley" Louis. ?
. In addiuon, a oozen uunioy
golf balls were awarded to the
low scorers at each of the four
clubs and a dozen balls to the
leader at thirty-six noies. Ani Anibal
bal Anibal Galindo and Tony Jankus
collected a half dozen each for
their oar 72's at 'Brazos Brook,
cal Riggs collected a dozen for
his 74 Fort Davis, Miwn, a doz dozen
en dozen for his even par 68 at Fort
Amador, and Hinkle took home
a dozen for his sparkling 73 yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The dozen for the lead at
36 boles were spilt by George Ri Riley
ley Riley and Cal Riggs.
Here s now a score caru hjum
with a hole in one In It:
Par .. 445 35 434-3tt. ...
Hinkle .. 455 154 434-35
Par ..,-.. 435 444 35436-72
Hinkle v : 335 554 445-38-73
Th final results nf the 1956
Isthmian Amateur Tournament
were as iouuwb. ? :
' FIRST FLIGHT V
rai R.lvM .
Tony jankus :
J. a Ford...
U 233-84 ai7
RATHER UNSEASONABLE Giant backs line up behind Center Fred" Broussard on the
, field of St. Michael's College at Wmooski, VI
r TKaw ir, lAft in riffkt Kv1 Unlm Dnn Hiia
Chuck Conerly and Frank Gifford. The New York club joins the proi rushing season.
RIP. c;HnT Martin Ktannvirh lin tin a nutt in the All
American Tournament at-iTanr 6'Sh'anter, hard by Niles."
111. Stanovich,. who weighs 235
ut celebrated, fat man, but hehas light 4toych oft greens.
is i "" a ''"
t , t
By BEANS REARDON
24 Yr in National League
Written for NEA Service
ninth innintf and with twn At it ant
the bases loaded, the home team
hattr hits a linr hfwn 1 II
right and center fielders. The out-f
fielders collide and injure ,tnem ,tnem-selves.
selves. ,tnem-selves. The ball bounces to t h e
wall. All runners score and the bat
ter romes around to score the
tinr,: run Rnth mitfialriprt xtill
am na the ffrouad. Can't tha fiald.
ing team call time wtiea tne col
lision takes place? d ; Sargent
Answer: Not until the ball hat
been fioldod .Tho rules .have na
provision for a timo out under
O With ninnprt nn firct anH
second base and none out, the bat-
ruts a pop try near secona. me
runner, heading' back to the base:
is hit by the ball. He is out. But
does this mean the batter gets
credit for a smelt? Alex Swan-
son, -i l-
" A. No. 1 oui t under the fcv
field flv rule the initant the urn-
ciiro colls it ai such.. The- -fact i
tha kaH hit the runner doew't
alter the call, oxtapt to make It
M double play.:..,-.- ''vu
t rt tilMl
t A Xl USES CA fsllll!1' J
CAN FILL YOLK NEEDS!
A it lima and Urunrhlll alUfkn ara
otaoiinua to your bwlr, undcrmlna.
your atrcnrlh, ruin your haalth, aa4 ?
waakan your heart. Mtndtca qulrkl
atarta.ta work thrauch th blood to
arercoma Atthma and BronrhKia at at-tarka.
tarka. at-tarka. Hclpa dliaolva trandinr nw
ru,- nromotra lr, my hraathinr.
Mandaco't action la quick avan In vary
old and atuhhorn rami. Gat Mandaca
tram, any nrofirtorar today, and aaa
how much battar you alcep and
breath tonliht, how much Improved
you -fail tomorrow. Mtndaea flghta
Aathma, Bronehitla and Hay Favaa
';,lT,. .;v. a,
NO LlK6'l.'Ted WUliams of
Boston Red Sox tfomnnstratM
that -there are times when even
the mightiest sluggers' feet like
throwing their bats away. .w
Totoy r tncanto .35 .20
i' "Frank Lovejoy, In. s i
- Cane Clark, In : ; v
"TOUGHEST MAN ALIVE
Today IDEAL .20
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: Robert Mltchum In
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XI modern "Santa" ships nnitlnr the
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CRISTOBAL: itVMS5 ANt
, ., BALBOA: 1507 2159 f-,
Hnrhetr Mitten '; .
Tom Connor. ,1',.
Al Corsale ,,, ,, .
lack Smith :.. ..
Don Francey '., ...
229- 8 313
233-80 3 U
C. S. McGowan
Bob Wtedin?er .
" FOURTH FLIGHT
W. R. Todd . 239-82 m
Toe Kinkaid 251-84335
Jim Des Londes; Jr." 248-88331
C. Bostlc .. 850-90343
Frank Day 255-88343
J. H. Boyd 256-94350
FIFTH FLIGHT ; t
Jim Des- Londes Sr. 254-92 34
Charlev Louis .. .. 253-94 34T
R. d.'Hoean .. .. .. 267-94-361'
Virgil Reld .. .. ; 279-95 374
A. R. Minor .. : . .2P3-106 389
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE -NATIONAL LOTTERY OF
:-.?;: C. ;, .tfii'V'V- v panama. republic of paama :.,;,
PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning NamberVin tWOrMry'tt
The whole ticket has i 44 pieces which comprises the two aerlw "A" and "BM
''. "i -"- .-i ,,iJ' t : 7-; .
' Second Prize
3943 $ 44,000,00
PRIZES ARE PAID, WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
: 132 H
2243 132 J
23U J. 132 H
Approiimaticos Derived From First Prire
I S(4( 44(.( I JMIV 44(H 3(4S J J
I hi! naaa I sail 140.0 I 3(M r 44M I
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
Approximations Derived from iirsi rrwe
I 34 45h An -sij-2 1 : liis I ss iss I ss iss I ss 4is 1 ss &
I 3933 44.H I 331 : 440.H I 33i 4,t I 3M1 440.W 3(44 v440.H 3U r 440.W 1 wa
. tint.,.. A. I'm, Jm .m J sm hh,. -h im Sh
siTis aiMla'iss iiTiiis a-isslss isslsa isa a. iss a'&.
' Approximations Derived From Third Prize
i3 m.KW V2.-I13H 132.H 3H B-J- J Jj I j "JL J5f
. a"Ts"5 laalaK aaa a ss a-a a'ss ssla u
Prize-wlnninn Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawta were' eold at: 1st, 2nd and 3rd In Panama
The Nine Hundred whole tickets endin in S and not Included in the above list win Fortj-Four Dollars $4.00) each.
- 't " T. "The whole "ticket has 44 plecea'dlvlded in two series "A" & "IT of 22 pieces each.,- -;
' , : : .i t 1 .i... .,
- J sisnMl bv. ALBERTO ALZM AN. Governor oi me rrovwee oi rsuwuw v.
WITNESSES: James Lamhert-Ced. No. W7
W" lsldro Martinet-Ced. No. 50-1354
The Representative of the Treasury R1CARDO A. MELENDEZ
JOSE DOMINGO SOTO
' Notary Pcbllc, Panama.
RAFAEL TERAN A.
r Tha wlnnlns Uckew wh lh lt clphat and wllh Ih two laal.
Nil IP .. in tha Vlrort Prlv.
rh rfif-'pSS d'K .aSr7Pr.zwVr.-dr.wnpar.(..,.T1). op.
? roxinSl.on art T calcul.itd on tut Pint Second and Third Pint. In M
?r?1L? T,.Tr ih. numbtni ol Oacb prU. lh bold to anUUtd
alaim paymtni tor aaeh. ; (
dravi:;g of THE 3 strikes
SUNDAY, AUGISTvS, 1956,
Drawing Number (S3. ' i
. ." Fraction
Secortd Prize. .
Thin! Prize. ...
TMO arlin will k (aid la accordance wllk Ih Official Ltol af Panama w
Iha office of Iho Nallooal Bancficenl Utter dtaated oa Ctalral A.ti..
PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. 1953 WHICH WILL
TAKE PLACE AUGUST 12. 1954
, Divided In two wit. 01 IK tracUuiu atn danonmHOeu ana
V I nm Prlia, Seriaa A and ft), al ., VU W.VW each rla
1 Second Prita, Serlen and B. 01 A, MNM etch tenta
' 1 Third Prlte. Seriea A and B. of V S.300 M etch tar aa
IS Approximation, Serie A and B, of 2200 each terlea
. ( Prltos, Seriet A and B. ol i 1.100.00 each torn
0 Prite. Seriee A and B. of .... ; i .0 each tene
(00 PrUov aerlet A id of "ttOO each tone
13 200 00
' ..'.-;! SCCO.ND PRIZt
IS Aeproximitloni. Serlta A and Id I etch eerlaa
' Prim Seriee A and of ... 110 Ofl oacb eerie,
. .:; , j",. THIRD PRIZk
' lSApproxtmatlou. Serlet A and. B of f
Priiea. Serlat A and of
107 Priiea '
Price of o whole ticket :
-v-V Price of o forty-fourth port
44.00 each eerie
M 00 aacb tone
. 1.00 00
$ I.SM SO.
AUG 7 -1956
"J W aW aW
Lash 3 States,
NEW YORK, Aug. 8 (UP)
vvinint thunderstorms lashed
Western Pennsylvania, Korthern
Ohio and West Virginia 'yester 'yesterday
day 'yesterday causing at least five deaths
nrf virtually isolating almost
50,000 persons. 1 ;
A wall of water, as high as six
feet In some sections, cut off
roads leading to Canonsburg
Pa and Clarksburg and Salem,
Hundreds of families In other
ureas were forced fro their
homes as small creeks rampaged
ver their banlu. f t; : i.
Tn Pittsburgh, downed elec-0,
' trical lines plunged more than
1S.000 homes into r darkness.
The property damage in the
'Pittsburgh district alone voaa
i estimated to be tn, the hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of thousands of dollar
The storm also taused exten exten-."kive
."kive exten-."kive crop damage..".; v;,;;. .-. V(!
'.- Forecasters ai I the Greater
Pittsburgh airport weather sta station
tion station warned, the storms .would
' pose threat until early tomor tomor-row
row tomor-row morning. ; , ;
' ; In Uniontown, Pa.i high winds
demolished two hpmes. The roof
of a three-story buildln? was
; blown down in Pittsburgh. Ira
'Share wid hesaw the roof fly
off in one piece. Its three chim chimneys
neys chimneys crumbling as It rose. iThe
roof shattered against a utility
' MtS-.Xv. -yUri
$ Police in West Virginia said
, I nearly event road in the een-
tral vartof the state was clos
t erf at some point or other be be-!,'
!,' be-!,' copse .of flash floods.
.. ."' "'
' At Morgantown, more than 50
families were evacuated from
their, homes and more arrtlcinat-
erl evacuation as Decker's Creek
f I'ni'iiueci mj ri.Ne.
Hurinsr-a 24-hour .period,. 5.54
Inches of rain fell In Pittsburgh;
4.52 in Morgantown.
v River x forecasters Vernon
Houghton predicted a three- to
four foot rise in the Mononga Mononga-hela
hela Mononga-hela River and a one to two foot
vise in the (Alleaheny Rtver.,But
he said flood stas would not
he reached unless additional
lieavy rains hit the area.
LAST DAY! 75 40
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'Let the people
Nixon Calls On Clergy To Counteract
Bitterness In R a c
RIDGECREST. N.' C, Aug. 6
(UP) -Vice President Richard M.
Nixon appealed to the nation's re religious
ligious religious leaders yesterday to help set
moderate approach to the "thor
ny issue of race relations."
He said tha buprema Court had
"wisely given time to Implement
its decision" ordering an end to
segregation in public schools. Dur
ing this interval, ne said, Politi
cal demagoguery will aggravate,
not solve the problem.
Nixon snoke before the Baotist
home mission conference, the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian men's council of the sy
nod of Appalachia at nearby Mon
treal NX., and the Methodist sum summer
mer summer assembly at Lake Junahiska.
N.C. He made the aPDeal to" all
three groups. ,
Harri man S e
With Stevenson On
CHICAGO, Aug. 6 (UP) -New
York Gov. Avar ell Harriman's
camp prepared last night to force 1
a showdown fight witn supporters
of Adlai E.. Stevenson over coa-i
tents of civil rights and other plan
of the 1956 Democratic party plat
The 108-member platform com
mittee assembles today for a. full
week : of discussion and decision
that will shape the platform to be
presented to the. Democratic Na-'
tional Convention wnicft opens here
Aug. 13. ;v::v'-
' Success or failure of the plat- i
form commlttoo in writing a
campaign document acceptable to
both the North and South will sot
,tho tone far the entire convention
and the party's bid tie recapture
the White House.
Democrats in the convention van van-Democrats
Democrats van-Democrats i tnhe convention van vanguard,
guard, vanguard, drifted into Chicago in size sizeable
able sizeable numbers during the day. Dera-
' a newsboy who operated his
bicycle to the leff of the center
of the roadway when he reached
the corner of Gorgas Road on
4th of July Avenue was fined $5
in Balboa Magistrate's court to
His mother came In to pay the
fine for Carlos Fletes, 15, Pana Panamanian.
manian. Panamanian. -. ....i...v-i..;,'...rv,,i: y.C-
ten days in Jail was the fine
meted out to another Panaman Panamanian
ian Panamanian youth,. Julio Ernesto Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, 18, convicted of vagrancy
in the area of San Bla Place,
Ancon. ; ,. ; i
Another vagrant, Samuel Eu Eu-doro
doro Eu-doro Toral, 18, Panamanian, had
his sentence suspended and was
put on probation.
Fighting In the barracks ..at
Paraiso brought a $10 fine for
Jose Bonilla, 31, Panamanian,
and a suspended sentence for
Caslmlra Torlblo, 22, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, f i t
Clpriano Rangel, 29, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, drew a suspended sentence
Goes All Out
For Goulash -
LONDON,' Aug.: (UP) Mari Marilyn
lyn Marilyn Monroe has gone all out for
her 1 ew husband, the English
countryside and goulash, accord
ing to her cook.: ; ?
7 '" : f
The Empire News,: to an inter-
Judge's Bench v
view with the Austrian cook for,00
quoieo ner as saying uey are ''ve
ry much in love.:"
me cook, identified only as?
"Marls, said Miss Monroe is en-,
thrafled by the English country countryside
side countryside and the garden outside her
rented home here.
When the blonde American mo movie
vie movie actress comes home after a
day of working on her forth-coming
picture, she is tired but snaps
out of it when she ia with- her
husband, her cook said.
"Sometimes air they seem to
want to do is to relax in each oth other's
er's other's company-rrexcept when Miss
Monroe comes into the kitchen to
ask me how. to make goulash,
which she. seems to be eating all
the time," the cook said.
knou the truth end the
PANAMA, R, P, MONDAY, AUGUST 1958
' Nixeri urged them ts help in an
"'area where political polity and
moral idoala converge." Ht warn warned
ed warned that "bitterness and tension
are mountint by the hour" in
the matter of race relations.
. Nixon "toldi the churchmen they
can bring religious- and moral i i-deals
deals i-deals ''before the conscience of all
Americans." If these ideals are
fully accepted, he said,-v "There
would be much less bitterness."'
Nixon said the churchmen also
could help in "the matter of labor labor-management
management labor-management relations."
In labor disputes, he said, 'There
are signs thai the bitterness of the
past has not completely gone. In
spite of all of our improvements,
there is still occasional violence
e k s S hay d o
,ocra tic National Chairman Paul M.
Butler and his staff came on from
Washington in a chartered plane
to get preconvention activity roll rolling.
ing. rolling. -i'-'';.'
As the Democrats set up shop,
Stevenson, was ruled the favorite
to win a second-chance nomination
for' the presidency. Harriman mov moved
ed moved into the No. 1 challenger's role
after Sen. Estes Kefauver dropped
out of the race last week and
threw -his support to Stevenson,
the man who beat him" for the
monination in 1952.
And French Model
DEAUVILLB. SVanee Aub 'i-i.
(UP) Ali Khan brought two of
the world's most beautiful wom women
en women his ex-wife- Rita Hay worth
and his rumored future wife,
French model Bettlna to town
yesterday, installed them under
tne same root, ana men ran on
to watcn a norse race au aions,
The trio arrived aboard a spe
cial plane from London, and in
stalled tnemseives in a .down .downtown
town .downtown hotel. :
They reportedly plan to spend
several days vacationing here.
Saturday, All put on his din
ner jacket and with one of the
lovelies on either arm swept in
to the Latin American room of
The trio sat side by side at
dinner, Rita in an m'arblewhite
gown and Bettlna in a sheath,
like champagne colored dress.
After dinner, the three wand
ered through the gambling
rooms and paused on several oc
casions to play roulette or-baccarat.
Earlier In the day, Ali left the
two women on their own 'and
beaded to the Deauvllle track to
watch his horse Jasmine run.
Staying with the threesome
are Rita's two children Rebec Rebec-caa
caa Rebec-caa by her marriage with Orson
Welles snd Ysmln by her mar
riage witn au.
1 COPENHAGEN, Aug. (TJP
A Russian tourist asked for poll
tlcal asylum in Denmark last
night.-';:" "-.';" '
Ham Natchtlch, 34,' was a
member of the first' Soviet tour tourist
ist tourist group In Denmavk. During a
visit to Aarhus, Jutland) Natch Natch-tich
tich Natch-tich went to the Danish ; police
and said that he did not want
to go back to Moscow, authori
j Natchtich Is ; the' commercial
maner 01 a soon worn mos-
One reason so many people
never attain wisdom Is that they
think they already have It. onut
eduntry u xe" Abraham Uneolii.
that indicates deep and festering
?The nation would "benefit enor enormously
mously enormously if understanding could re replace
place replace resentment, and if partner partnership
ship partnership and cooperation rather arm armed
ed armed truce were the order of the day
Nixon said. r
Nixon said that "In ordinary lab labor
or labor disputes, when no agreement
seems possible, it is customary to
call in a conciUator.r- .
"I wonder if, in this case, the
forces if religion could servo as -a
conciliator...! leave the thought
that, you.wh can talk- to men of
good will on both sides of the
bargaining table, may bo on in influence
fluence influence for bringing permanent
peace and real understanding and
w n Fig ht
For the first time since 1932.
the Democratic party assembled
for the convention preliminaries as
a party out of power. And its two
top contenders for the party's pres
idential nomination were far apart
on how best to win back the White
House.'. ':yy '"': v.
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: Stevenson Is an advocate of
"moderation'' on the civil rights
and ether tissues. Harriman it
demanding a forthright party po position
sition position on civil Tights, lot the chips
fall wore they may.
It is the civil rights plank that
promises to give the platform com
mittee. .They said he would tnr
neither to dominate nor influence
ItS Work., i- i,
A somewhat different viewpoint
was neara in Harnman head
quarters, i which said Harriman
backers on the platform commit committee
tee committee will hold periodic caucuses to
develop common position on vari
ous ISSUeS. : i ''-1
A Harriman spokesman said the
platform committee includes 24
members publicly committed to the
candidacy of the New Yorker. He
aiso suggested that Stevenson sud-
porters from northern states 'Can
be expected to join this group to
lane an aggressively liberal posi
turn on some issues against any
conservative pun from the South.
Former President 'Truman,
whose aggressive support for a
sweeping civil rights program eut
the party in two in 1948, will testify
before the platform committee next
Thursday. His testimony will deal
primarily with foreign policy. But
he is expected to talk about other
issues, too. ; ;
1:99 4:59 6:59 8:59
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"A MAN ALOIIE"
fc-nn m -n IWo
In the field of foreign policy, Nix
on said, that Certainly the Chi
nese Communist invasion of Bur
ma should be a solemn warning
to those who believe that neutrali
ty is a guarantee against Commu
He said "There is a vita differ
ence between political neutrality
and moral neutralism tn the pre
sent contact oi raeais.
If a "nation chooses to be politi
cally neutral, he said, "we may
disagree with the wisdom of its
course." However, be said,- We
must always respect the right of
any nation to select the policy its
leaders believe la in the national
J:l Plzr.es Salule
Passing 01 Last
Civil 7cr Velorcn
DULUTH. Minn..' Aug. (UPV-
The armed forces yesterday sched scheduled
uled scheduled full military honors for the
burial of 109-year-old Union Army
veteran Albert Woolson. whose
death saw the Grand Army of the
Republic fade Into history
Services for the lormer uvu
War drummer boy, last survivor
of President Lincoln's once mighty
2 million-man armies, will be held
tomorrow at 2 p.m. Wolson died
Thursday of lung congestion com
plicated by ma old age.
The military trwuto to wool wool-ton
ton wool-ton whoso uniform-clad body lay
In state this wookonod at t h
Duluth armory, will include a
salute by Air Force jot pianos
during the funeral precession.
High Military officials, headed
by Army Secretary (Wilber Bruck-
er, will attend the services. Bruc Bruc-ker.is
ker.is Bruc-ker.is scheduled to, arrive in Du Du-luth
luth Du-luth early tomorrow afternoon and
he will return to Washington to
Woolson will be buried next to
the tody of his second wife, Mrs.
Anna Woolson. who died in 1949
The funeral procession will wind
its way through the city to Part
as ay urougn uie cwy 10 rmri
HiU Cemetery located on the out
skirts of Duluth. The official' fu
neral party will consist of 140 per persons.
sons. persons. The procession, with military
escort, is expected to take about
two and one-half hours. Jets in Vi
formation flying in groups of three
will salute the old campaigner by
passing overhead at low altitude
and slow speed midway
Hundreds of persona filed' past
the flag-draped casket in which
Woo'son. dressed in his blue uni
form of the GAR, lay. Armed sol
diers flanked the casket
1:15, :50, 4:52, 1:54, t:5C p.m.
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' wUh SOO
1 ir r" 1
LAND ON SUB Combat-equipped Marines step from a heli helicopter
copter helicopter onto the deck of the troop carrying submarine USS Sea
Lion off the North Carolina coast. -The submarine -landing
, r operation was the first ol its kind. t
Td Like To Thank All People In Country'
POUR IN ON McKEON
PORT ROYAL, S O, Aug. 6
(UP) Expressions of sympathy,
from all .- parts of the country
kept the telephone ringing to today
day today in the cottage home of Sgt
Matthew C. McKeon. , j
"I'd like to thank all the
people 'n the country hon honest
est honest to God, I would,5 said the
former Marine drill Instructor:
who Saturday was. sentenced
to a bad-conduct :' discharge
and nfeio months at hard la labor
bor labor for leading a Parria Island
" "I'd 'like to ahake their hands
and .thank them for being so
kind, and thoughtful,1 ( McKeon
said. i V; : '-'
McKeon,, 31, nd his wife Bet,
tyv who la expecting their third
child tht. week, took the sen
tence philosophically hoping
that it would be reduced by Na Navy
vy Navy Secretary Charles S Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, the convening authority of
the McKeon court martial.
r Thomas must review the f ind ind-ines
ines ind-ines of the seven-officer court,
who on Friday found McKeon
guilty of negligent homicide and
3-,-, "ist regulations
sir Marine recruits drownea
last AprU S on a nmrch Into Rib Ribbon
bon Ribbon Creek, which McKeon testi testified
fied testified he ordered to. teach his
Thomas may approve, reduee
or suspend-the sentenceor
dismiss R entirely..
,Tn nine months I'll be free
'Physically," MCKeon saia, ouv
j & ..a,.
meniauy in never
six; kida-or their parent ei either."
Asked what he would do dur during
ing during the wait for Thomas $0 com complete
plete complete his review, McKeon said:
''Lose more weight, I guess."
" The six-foot-one serreant's
weight ias dropped from 174
to 151 pounds since the trage tragedy
dy tragedy of Ribbon Creek.
McKeon would not comment
on the verdict or the sentence,
except to say of the court;
"They had a job w ana mey
But he's still the deaicatea.
drill Instructor at heart even
though he now is sentenced to
discharge from the-corps in
wh'ch he had Intended tt ;
spend hlf life. -. .. .,'
"We have got to get mese iaas
squared away," he said.' "I've j
seen It time and time again.
They eome In and none of them
are In shape physically. I worry
about It I really do.
"After 11; I'm not getting any
younnerSomebody's got to de-
1 fend this country. It's like tW
farm system in professional
baseball. Somebody, some kids,
have' got to come in and take
the place of. the big, leaguers
who get too old." i v v
McKeon and his wife went out
under the huge, moss-festooned
trees of their front yard yester yesterday
day yesterday to, say goodbye to his two
brothers Ed and Jim, both for former
mer former Marines,' and his sister, Mrs.
Thomas Costello. ; v
The three McKeon brothers
attended 8 a.m. mass at the Par Parria
ria Parria Island Chapel yesterday nd
then drove back to the McKeon
home here, four miles from the
main gate of the Marine recruit
Gets $72.6 Million
In Aid From US
' WASB3N0T0N, Aug. 6 (UP)
The United States granted
Latin American nations 72.6
million dollars worth of aid dur
ing the fiscal year ended June
, ju. uie uiieiiii.iuuai vwpera.-
y uon Admuustrauon said today
McKeon is on a restricted
status bat la permitted to eome
home at night
For a while today McKeon felt
as If he were back home in
ueicester and Cherry valley,
Mass., where h grew up. A gath gathering
ering gathering of old friends telenboned
him from the Hillcrest Country
viur in JLicester.
. it sounded like this, McKeon
"Hello, AI. well, it could be
better. You -know a delegation
from Cherry Valley, phoned me
Friday night. They're real peo people
ple people up there.
"Hello, Mr. McKay, pine, thank
you, ,Bhv-in tell you, Mr. Mc McKay,
Kay, McKay, there's no finer people In
than the people up there, air. if
there s any place In the world j
va me, s up mere. ,;
and Jack Hennessey t hnnt
thank you. Well, that's the way
life is, I guess."
McKeon's two children, Becky,
5. and John, 1, played about him
spirits when he left the phone.
In a court martial, the defend defendant
ant defendant la always referred to as "the
accused." vv- ,
someone In the room today
fed McKeon about a name for
me ciiua expected this week
wiugning, ne replied: "if-it's
a boy, 1 think .I'll name him
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Doys 6, Girls 3
Nine babies were born in Coco
Solo Hospital during the. week end ending
ing ending at midnight, Aug. 1, according
to the regular hospital report Dur During
ing During the same period 95 patients
were admitted and 83. were -discharged..
Babies were born to the following
American citizens: Mr. and .Mrs.
Curtis Frazier, of Gatun, daughter; ;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Norton, of Co Coco
co Coco Soli to, son; Sgt. and Mrs. Jos
Santana, of Coco Solito; son; Mr,
and Mrs. James, Martin, of Coco
Sclito, son; Mr.- and Mrs. Herman
Kocning, of Coco Solito, daughter;
and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Odom,
oi woion, son. --, .-y. -j.
Baties were born to the follow following
ing following Panamanian citizens: Mr. and
Mrs. Amos Garth, of New Provid Providence,
ence, Providence, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Roy
McL?nan, of Colon, son; and Mr,
and Mrs.. Lee lhorne,, ol Colon,
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l SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. (UP)
A pireup of polar ice 37 miles
wide at Point Barrow, A 1 a s k a
blocked the delivery of food and
construction supplies yesterday to
camps along the Distant Early
Warning Line in the far north.
Vice- Adm, J. M. Will, chief of
the Military, Sea Transport Serv Service,
ice, Service, said there was "no immediate
concern" over the n'elay as a 49 49-vessel
vessel 49-vessel fleet waited for a clear
channel through the ice; ..
Wilf, who stopped at the- Alame Alameda
da Alameda Naval Air Station on his way
to Washington, from an inspection
tour in the far north, said the sea sea-lift
lift sea-lift that supplies DEW line camps
was "operating iccording to plans
of MSTS and coordinating servio
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Weather Or f lot
This woathar rooorl, for Hio4
hours oedirif t a.m. today; Is rf rf-arod
arod rf-arod by 'the Mttoorologital mi
Hyirorahic Iranck of eho Paea-.
ma Canal Company
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