The Panama American

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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System ID:
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Stevenson vs. ijarriman
In Main Event at Chkano

FUTURE INDEFINITE Adlal Stevenson, right, is shown shak-;
lng hands with former President Harry S. Trumaa at the doorj.,
- ol the ex-President's suite alter their conference in. Chicago.
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Democratic Phtform Drafters

Postpone .Civil

-CHICAGO, Aug.- 13 (UP) ja pkrty-splititng fight on the con con-'
' con-' Demecratie plartorm drafters j ventton floor. r
have o'i vf1' 't plank I JnT'e L nnffa1? IraJrr L n

euro )f t .. J a4i..j..i v
, : tha Fedariti Haalth program, in in-.
. in-. formed s vrces said today.
' At session that lasted until
12:30 a.m.-today, the 16-member
platform drafting aubcommittee
al so toughed out a farm- plank
pledging crop support loans of 90
per cent of parity.
It calls for supplementary mea measures,
sures, measures, such as subsidy payments
and direct purchases to bring the,
income of at feast the small farm farmers
ers farmers to 100 per cent of parity. .
A "free enterprise" plank lack lacked
ed lacked only a few finishing touches. It
reportedly charges the republican
administration is dominated by
"bi business J It also pledges
' tighter enforcement ofx anti trust
and anti-monopoly laws,, as well
as increased help for small busi businessmen.
nessmen. businessmen. T ; .-
- The subeammittea postponed
" consideration as its toughest :
. task, draHing a civil right a i
' plank, vntil tonight ar tomorrow.
Meantime, party moderates hud-
died 5 secretly an effort to
reach a eampromiaa acceptable
. Sautharnar.. ry;
At former fresiaent-"iuuiu
suggestion, the subcommittee
gave Mrs. Eleanor' Roosevelt a
nn-miniii hearing during which
h touched on civil rights gener.
nyr-She was reported a sponsor
or the, proposed compromise-that
would leave out specific approval
. of the Supreme Court decision put put-lawin
lawin put-lawin segregation in public
achools, as the Southerners, msist-
'' lug UpoU. ."'-V'"' "'' 'i'"'
Th moderates appeared confi
dent that they could get through
a civil rights compromise wiuioui
Natichilizalicn
Equally In vcf.!d
Fcr PC And Susz
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-Australia's Menzies
LONDON, Ang. 13 (UP).
Australian Prime : Minister
Robert O. Menzies warned the
United Statea today that Pan
sbis has as much right to
seixe the Panama Canal as
' Egypt to nationalize the Suet.
Hon ever, Menziei warned
that "International law would
be a farce" if these seizures
are tolerated,; f
The Prime Minister mane
these statements over a radio
and television network, clear,
ly wUh the intention of brrd-
' lnr the U.S. into aurrnrting
the Franco-British posiik n at.
'i the Sues Canal conference
which begins Thursday.
, Menzies, who is heading the
Australian, delegation to the
conference, said It President
Nasser is a ..owed to' validly
' terminate a concession made
to the International Sue Ca Canal
nal Canal CO., 13 years before the
time stipulated, then "Pan-
, ama, which Is equally sovet-
' eljn, could also legally end...
the lease granted in perpe-
, tuity to the U.S. and seize the
Panama Canal."

Rinlits Issue

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commiitoe ul ume up with a
civil' rights plank "generally satis-;
factory-for a majority of Ameri Americans."
cans." Americans." '..' i v -I
Rep. John W. McCormsck (D (D-Mass.),
Mass.), (D-Mass.), chairman of the platform
committee and the drafting sub sub-comuuttee,
comuuttee, sub-comuuttee, said he hoped a floor
convention delegates will .vote for
the committee plank regardless,
. San. Hubert H. Humphrey (D (D-Minn.),
Minn.), (D-Minn.), wha pushed through a
1 civil rights plank that caused
- twa and ana-half Southern dele delegations
gations delegations to bolt tha 1941 conven convention,
tion, convention, brightened prospects tor an
acceptable compromise. Ha said
ha doesn't believe specific ap approval
proval approval of tha Supreme Court de
cisien Is ."vitally necessary."
Some of the" Southern delega delegations
tions delegations were holding back their sup support
port support for Adlai E. f, Stevenson as
presidential nominee as a bargain bargaining
ing bargaining point in their fight for a soft softer
er softer civil rights plank than Northern
liberals are demanding.
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The 'subcommittee is hammer
ing out the platform in a police-
guarded room in the Sheraton
Klaekstona Hntpl, v

Its members stood no chance ofjTVfnnfift All-fflPt
attending the first two days of the I eCllOge Ml-JlUli

convention itself and may not get
theif untiL. Wednesday niKlit when
the platform is to be presented to
the delegates.
There were only : minor" differ differences
ences differences on planks other than civil
rights.
' The platform is certain ta
charge tha Euenhewer 'tiinis 'tiinis-tratien.
tratien. 'tiinis-tratien. with waaknasi and vaci vaci-lation
lation vaci-lation in world affair, lis for-
eign policy plank also is expect expected
ed expected ta favor arms shipments ta
Israel and prompt unification of
Germany. : : ;
Slashing attacks were being rea
died against the administration fori
allegedly putting a blanced bud g-
et soal ahead pf national security
ana for "giveaways ot natural
resources, particularly nydroelec nydroelec-tric
tric nydroelec-tric power sites, C
Florida Coast
MIAMI, Aug. 13 UP)-The
Florida east coast was put' on
the alert for hurricane Betsy,
barreling, through the Atlantic
with 110 mph winds that already
have caused one death.
At 11 a m. Betsy, the' year's
first full blown hurricane, was
only 530 miles east southeast of
Miami and rolling ahead at 19
mph, a fast pace for a tropical
storm.
The Florida east coast from
Daytona Beach south to Miami
was put on. hurricane alert At
its present rate and course the
hurrlrare center would hit the
mainland in : hoursabout 3
p.m. tomorrow. But advance
gales and 1 rricane force winds
would be felt much sooner.
"All interests on the east Flor
ida coast from Daytona Beach
southward to Miami should keep
In constant touch with all hur
ricane advisories on this
fast,
moving s;o;.a during the
next

, CHICAGO, Aug. : 13 (UP)
Adlal E, Stevenson and Gov. Av Av-arell
arell Av-arell Harriman fought today far
wncemmltted delegates what
ballots wilt decide tha Damoera Damoera-ti
ti Damoera-ti Presidential nomination.

Ai the Democratic national con convention
vention convention formally opened at the in international
ternational international amphitheater in the
Chicago stockyards both sides
made confident claims of victory.
But they "were keeping their fin fingers
gers fingers crossed, -j --
Stevenson said he was "cre "credent,
dent, "credent, extremely confidentt" '"Lie
tenor of remarks from the flam flam-man,
man, flam-man, camp was "Ave's in." ;
Stevenson was more than two
to anca ahead at Harriman ; in
delegate tuppert as the conven convention
tion convention get underway : ;v
Harry's. Truman, the inan whe
turned the convention into a race.
said, "I'll support the nominee of
the convention." ;
The former President on Satur Saturday
day Saturday transformed what looked like
a Stevenson walk-over into a real
battle by pinning a Harriman the
ton on his coat and declaring the
New York governor tr the party's
best; qualilied candidate for Pres
ident. i. . .
' But Mr. Truman made it clear
today he'll get out and whistle
op for, Stevensen if he's the I
4 v.. f i .1 n
man ine Mamar.n pocioe mav
vnnt.
As of the convention kick w off
time.l Stevenson still, .was fu-ont
ninne by a wide margin' But
Ham n as picking up s sngth
some of it presumably .m to
iir,-
tais
lot prefix
score;
ices
ed
box
Stevenson, 51V, p sine
, Saturday.".. -.,-.
Harrimah, 134,. up iVA since
Saturday' .
Favorite sons and ether can
didates, 117.
Unknown, 302.
. Necessary ta nominate, M
Tot Mr. Truman, i now that he
had made his choice known, the
big thing wss to get on with the
convention and plunge into no-
hofds-barred battle with the Re
publicans.
"I think this convention will
nominate a ticket that will sweep
the terrible administration in
Washineion rieht out into the mid
die of Pennsylvania Ave.." he
said.
"There never was a time In the
history of the United States," Mr.
Truman added, ."when we needc-d
an honest administration as we
need it, now.. ;,-
t : I 1 1 :
I :.
Head For Hershey
The Canal Zone, teenage s
stars took off from Tocumen t
day by APA for Hershey, I
where they will play In the na national
tional national teenage baseball cham championships.
pionships. championships.
Meanwhile, back on the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, Simon B. Jones of Margar Margarita,
ita, Margarita, and Fella Cajar of Panama
were contemplating their new
cars, and Eric A. Brown of An-
con was one TV set to the good
all prizes in the raffle which
raised funds to. send the all-stars
north. 1
The raffle was based on yes yesterday'!
terday'! yesterday'! lottery drawing.

cn AIM or Dnrrelinrj Dotsy

38

hours," the Weather Bureau storm was expected to pass ne
J. 1 f: "iSan Salvador ln tk. n.i,..

said
Winds of the storm,, recorded
at 125 mph when it slammed
Into the Bahamas, were blunted
somewhat but still dangerous.
One person was killed In
Puerto Rico. ;
Gale winds howled for ISO
miles to the northeast of Betsy'a
middle, 100 miles to the north northwest
west northwest and 75 miles on the south southern
ern southern mi-circle.
"This Is a small hurricane
from the standpoint of size but
It packs plenty of punch over a
small area near the center," the
weather experts here said,
Through the afternoon and
early night hours Betsy was ex expected,
pected, expected, to pursue course to toward
ward toward the northwest at about
the same or a bit slower speed.
There nrobably will he little
change in size Or intensity.
The calm central ej e of the

CZ Ssl!"Shots
For Kids of All
A supply of Salk' vaccine wlll
be made available sufficient, lor
the immunization of the depen dependent
dent dependent children, of employes of
U.S. government agencies who
reside outside the Cfinal tone
and who are betweeft the ages
of six months and six years 'Col.
Charles O. Bruce, Canal Zone
Health Director, announced- to to-&aji
&aji to-&aji f.: f r
The program -will, also be ex extended
tended extended to include pregnant
women who are employed or
whose husbands arc employed by
these agencies, r A
Arrangementsj-ior : th .ddl .ddl-tional
tional .ddl-tional supply of j Salk vaccine
were completed by the Health
Director during his official busi
ness trip to Washington, I S.
last week; :4 : I
It is nlannei! to coordinate
ithe protram wltli the vaccina vaccination
tion vaccination program tai be Conducted
in Pan a mi for fwhich vaccina
has been made, available. De Details
tails Details of the immunisation pro program
gram program for this new group of
residents wi'l be announced
It la presen' y p1ar"d for the
Canal Zone Health' Bureau to
conduct the vaccina
for com-
panytrovf t -for
the?
fc- .)
ent t
v, N;i
tnd
t i 'r
i s v4w ,u., ; ,il i :
in the jierr i t e: tie .t
upon the receipt the v oir.
'In connection with the nol.n
vaccination prcrara for ( m;
Zone residents a id non-res.Ue! i
U.S. citizens, the .free immuniza immunization
tion immunization will be limited to lndlvidus
who have not reached their 2CV
Dirthday. :
The Rroup of U S! fovernrr
employe dependent for whoi,,
vaccine Is to be made avallab f
has not hitherto been ellgil
for free Immunization.
A r? v est for kn extension
of t' e i losrant to include th
df- fj ,r.tj of non-U. S. ci; ci;-i
i ci;-i '-i employes wha reside out.
the Canal Zone was mat'
by the Civic CoonH! represf n n-tai
tai n-tai ifj from the Latin Amer American
ican American towns at the last meet meeting
ing meeting with Gov. W. E. Potter.
In ronnectlon with the for!' -co'i.ir-g
immunization of th r. v
e i, Bruce said that defhv
s jules will be announced in
a nce of the beginning of t'
I "am. -. ;
i e program will be entlr
a voluntary basis and imn -on
'will be limited to t -nts
of U.ST government r
t employes., .
f of auch employment a
t forms signed by parci s
" required In all cases.
L
...wSI
Francisco Varela, 4S, 'Ps
amanian, was sent ti jail fo
days after his conviction to
of driving a car In the Ca
Zone at a time that his drtv.
license had been revoked.
His- arraignment in Bar
Magistrate's Court stated t
the offense was committed (
Paraiso Road.
late this afternoon
.Bet sy tumbled billboar
knocked out power lines. a.d
sent tMes four and five fe-et a-
uvc normal eusning over
beaches along the Puerto Rico
coast, so1 2CO families Were
evacuated, from the southeast
coast at Arer'hn, It was reportM.
Betsy crashed into Puerto Ri-
ro neRr Maunabo and Areclbo
and then ripped diagonally a-
cross the cane fields and gmill
towns empraing about 20 miles
west of Kan Juan, the capital.
The San Juan weather sta station
tion station reported s '.s of 92 mph
as the storm's "eve" roared by.
Hurricane warnings were
thrown up alons? the east snr!
north pnast f th numlnlrin
Rpnublic. but forecaters n
Miami said. Betsy probably would
"jt sera or" tb Island.
Wfrnincs vert also still up
the Virgin Llands.

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KIDS HAVE 1
-Theatre this v. v.-of
of v.-of the clubhou:
No Casualties
un Clubhouse
At 10 this morning, when thfc
siren aounded, late br'akfasteri
In the Balboa Clubhouse rose
quietly from their t-.' s, and
leaving their coffee, pioceeded
In an orderly fashion to the
shelter near the theater en entrance.
trance. entrance. There was no confusion,
and carefully placed red and
whit "Shelter" arrows pointed
the way. ., v i
Children Rustled out or the
iwimm'ng pool dressing rooms,
llfgled as they trooped into
the shelter and clowned
enough to make all the adults
' thankful that this was merely
practice raid, and their time
in tfie shelter would he ended
by a second blast of the "a-.
' lert" signal in a few minutes.
In the kitchens, the staff of
the clubhouse, lined up in a
corridor between walls of. rein reinforced
forced reinforced concrete, i
They, stood laughing ,,ahd
chattering to ore another, and
crouched in a sitting position
for a photograph to show that
they would sit down if an ac actual
tual actual raid were in progress.
Out in the street,: cars had
slowed to a halt, and Were park
ed. Most of the occupants had
abandoned the cars and
sougnt
shelter in the clubhouse, but
some sat and waited for the
'stsrnal to allow them to continue
(Continued on fag b, Col, 1)

- ci,:ldren enjoyed their 10 minute stay In the airraid shelter at Balboa
r. The shelter was large enough to accomodate the mld-mornlng patrona
uUdren liom the pool and passers-by, who came In'fhea thg siren blew, ?

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;

INTO THE AIR KAID SREtTER. In obedience to the Opera Operation
tion Operation Alert signal this morning, patrons of the Balboa club clubhouse
house clubhouse walked calmly to the Air Raid ihelter behind the en

trance to Balboa Theatre.

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elp Sieiti Torrent

From ;

' Three ships transiting thi Canol were theoretically ;
thrown into the breach and scuttled this morning to cut
outflow of water from Gatun take after a simulated A A-bomb
bomb A-bomb caused supposedly 'heayy damap" in. thai Gatun
Locks areas. fV ;?'! 1;',':'
The action was a command decision taken at Balboa
Heights as Canal officials grappled with the type of prcb-4
lems they would really face if Operation Alert 1956 had
turned out to be a genuine attack instead of a Civil De Defense
fense Defense training exercise. ' .-
Today'f alert was the second in which both the Canal
organization and the armed services had taken part. v
. Philip L. Dade, Canal Zone Civil Defense chief, W
ported from headquarters at noon that though the exercise
had showed up some rough spots -r especially h com communications
munications communications everybody nad learned a great deaL j

Tor 10 minutes,' most people In
Zone communities and on mili military
tary military posts tiok such cover, as
toll
t
strategic
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to
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some "buses -were observed prei-
ceeeung past the Fort Captain'
Office In, Balboa, f
Whin mi1 "tea f1-r the "sH
Juiiied l-'nde and V
Board Koom ol t.
tlon Building.
u :aff 1,1 t..s
,e Adminutra
' There they learned thai n I
enemy submarine had suppos- -edly
"lobbed" an A-bomb Into
Gatun. '. .'r .a-.v f:-rf.
H.tf.'--.:'; "i-f?
Reports of lighter damage on
the periphery of the blast ioob
began coming in. s
But it took some time to find
out what everyone wanted to
know. How badly was Gatua
hit, and where? s ,
First reports relayed from an
Army helicopter said fspillway
gates and hyaro-eiecmc plans
knocked out
At first there was some hope
ful doubt about the locks them
selves, but a second simulated
report said "Locks t destroyed,
water rushing out to sea."
in wner woras, an enemy
bomb had theoretically landed
on the "Achilles heel of the Cay
nal." Radiation waa reportedly
heavy,'- "-j
Goinr into a fast uuoaie wna
CoL Hugh M. Arnold, construc construction
tion construction director, potter at once deJ,
cided It would be necessary t
throw whatever ships and barg
es were available Into the break
Only three eommerlcial ships-
were theoretically In that part
f the canal They were "order "ordered"
ed" "ordered" t Gatun with the remark;
that they weld "soon be h!:h
and 1 dry anyway, so thay
might a well do some good."
Ordered to Join the ships way
a big caisson irom Mirauores.
(Another had been theoretically
destroyed). '. "
vThe floating crane AJax ;
also ordered to the scene, along
with 14 dump scows of looo yara
(Continued an Page I, Cal. a)
Dihim'Ii'( T
)i..satil J liiii
waa
liilj
Wjih Ship's En;!r.jj
ilvins conditions 'aie bact 'ta
normal today lor .the 10 Cana Canadian
dian Canadian seamen who have been
"eamned out" aboard the hap
less dynamite carrier Fort Ross..
The vessel nas Deen neia iur
some aays ai.- pne expiuaiv
anchorage m Panama pay.
An engineer arrived Friday
from Vancouver. He has gotten
the ship's engines In shape io..
that there is power for cooking,
refrigeration and to,pump wa water
ter water tor shower-baths. "v
Twi crewmen have departed
northward by air.
The little vessel toay have to
tranship -at, -least part of her
Cargo if she goes through tbt
Canal, it was learned today.
She has aboard 150 tons of
dynamite, more than four times
the 35 tons or sa that blew up'
last week in Call, Colombian --
The Fort Ross Is also held
here by an admiralty libel, but
this is understood to be tht
least o? her owners' concerns,
Ker salvage Ire has been turn

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THE MAIL BOX

t
BRIGHT
Sir:

I As school looms on the horizon lot Zone children, I think
a timely subject for the Mail Box la the faults ox the high
school system here. My contention Is that there Is not enough
challenge for the brighter students. Some distinction should be
' made between those students tound for college and those stu stu-dentg
dentg stu-dentg who are just jolna to finish high, school. My idea I have

been told, many times goes, ajtaicst our system 01 vimuweu,
democracy. ,'
f What does democracy have to do with learning, brain power,
and intelligence? Everybody was certainly not given the same
mental capacity.- No, democracy Jias nothing-to do with peoples
education and schooling. If education la to -dealt out In such a
- harum-scarum manner without regard to the person's ability,
then America la using her dsmocratlc Ideaa In the wrong way.
. Actual class room procedure Is not at all democratic. How
could it be ? '
Ambition is a trick thing. It child attends a class that
: dobs not stimulated his thinking or .loes not come up to the
level he should be in, the child gradually through boredom
CeSDon'ti misunderstand me.' I am. proud to be an American
anH to live In a country where everybody can receive at least
" a high school education. But I .would be even prouder if I felt
that the more intelligent students of our high schools were
wdrking to their utmost Instead of beinj buf iedamong the mass.
' '.'-ir. iit''M Individualist :;V

NATIONAL
Bii:

I Lee Mortimer in his column "New York Confidential" in The
Panama American's Wednesday edition quotes from an article
appearing In the London Mirror: "The most beautiful render rendering
ing rendering of Britain's National Anthem I have ever heard, sung by
mrin of the Soviet Army. They deserve medals. a triumph.

n! audience of 7000 cheered."
hnver "Just what side are the
This Is the sort of biased

If certain individuals unfortunately piccea in positions wnere
thiy can influence public oplaion rea'Jy know the meaning of
the word democracy. r
Good music is good music the world over and should not
be 'branded oy political approval or disapproval reminiscent of

the days of Hitler ana tne unira iteicn wnen certain musip
was withheld from German ears not because of. worth but be-
caftse of political taint..; z?--aA-''::,'- '-f v
.. ,.., ; -v- -,v .7-.; lV Be Impartial. -f

t
Sir;

rOUR GENTLEMEN

t A word of thanks to four young gentleman hv a &tudebakr
who applied their minds, muscles and machinery -to a stubborn
Mdrris Minor down by the Civil Affairs building Drive-in, rrl rrl-day
day rrl-day night. .v. i-- 'S
J railing to thump any sense into the Morris, these' helpful
guys then drove its four castaways to their destination.
1 Such courtesy and consideration as they displayed merits a
bucket or so of beer, but owing to a sad lack of names and
addresses, the Mail Box remains the only channel through
which to express thanks and appreciation.,
I .--. Grateful

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There sre poweiiiJ northern
Democratic party leaders who
are reaay to secede lrom the
south. And ..with .the northerners
may go their confederates the
laDor leaders who are ssvinz tha
every since Harry Truman they've
gotten, utue more -than talk -and
a nanosnake put oi. their :. coali
tion wun me JJemocraU.
All this and more you could
aave heard behind closed doors
in New York's Hotel Biltmore for
oer three hours on Friday, Au-
ust a. a group or union chiels
had been called together by the
New York--stated Democratic
party's labor division.; The labo-
ntes were asied to support Gov
Averell Harriman for the nomina
turn, ihey raised 4 simpfe quev
tion: What are we gettig for our
money ana manoower? Th un nn
men, virtually ail friendly to Har Har-nm
nm Har-nm in. told the Democratic nirtv
smew mi one uemocratie co
crcBBionai committee- -chairman,
Rep. Graham Barden of North
Carolina, had bottled up at least
seven bills which would hiv hn.
ewea muuons of American work
ers.
On passinc T want to nntnf Allt
uiai uue vi mese dius would have
helped to protect the billions of
dollars in union-management wel welfare
fare welfare funds yet Barden did not
move.
The labor leaden iiul WnnHv
mat no candidate and rrtiniv
not Adlai Stevenson, still strongly
backed by some powerful southern
delegates to the convention will
get united labor support in any
unuuuai demon irora now on un unless
less unless the Southern Democrats' now.
er in the party is smashed.
g Those are the actual statement?
from many of the 40 union chiefs
present in that Hotel. Biltmore
room. And the v found a avmna.
thetic political ear in Nw VnrWtl
Secretary of SUte, Carmine. De De-Sapio.
Sapio. De-Sapio. .. v v:-r I
ihe soft-voiced 1 trtttat fvr
Gov. Harriman laid it on tha iin
witnout a DunK of his eyes behind
those characteristic dark-tinted
glasses. .,, y
He said, 1 in essence, that the
time aaa come to crack the aouth
erners hold on the oartv and con
gress; too unless the men below
Mason-Dixon took a new lin. n.
aapio agreed with the union lead
ers that the line Jiid to run
wrougn a two-way street-and
that the strength labor gives the
vomucrauc party must oe recog recog-wed
wed recog-wed and reciprocated.
me south must now help' the
labor people push through the
laws they want, or face nnn re.
hellion in, the party, h laid. At
wr aimseir, ucbapio aanounced
that hr Was' read v to "nut nn the
gloves and fight on this issue
ine ueaamo men said thav r
ready to fight not only inside the
uemocrauc organization, but in
congress as well. DeSapio, who
hasbeen Ulked of as a possible
chairman of the Democratic na national
tional national committee, inld hi uw
irienas mat this fisht could be
wsged two ways.
' First, he said. the nnrthern
Democrats in conrrex mnM hJ
organuea into a oiock to vote in
retaliation against those bills the
soutaerners wanted such ; as
states riehts. ; More
however, the northerners in Con
gress could refuse to vote for the
southerners as chairmen of the
powenui congressional commit
tees, tnereoy "jEiiiing" the tradl
tional seniority system which fa
vors tha southerners .., with lone
records of service...
ihe northerners could aim im.
ply secede from the south when
u came to voting inside the com committees
mittees committees and in' Congress itself at
the beginning of each session
This would not. split the. Demo
cratic Party. It would iimr.1. rfJ
prive .the southerners of what
they cherish most-the important
vuiumuiee 4 cnairmanships. Ut
Sapio got vigorous applause on
that one from the assembled and
embattled union chiefs.
Many '.of:, these. ; ineideritallv.
Were from the old CIO. Sittine
with them were the state's most
uuiuentiai AM chiefs whn refleor.
ed the attitude of AFL.rm
dent George Meanv.
xou can better understand Just
what this attitude is by looking
at Meany's travel schedule cover covering
ing covering the next few weeks. On Au-
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CHICAGO (NEA) With Ad
lai Stevenson front run en er of
the Democratic nresidential nomi
nating convention, a lot of people
are taking a closer look at tne
man'a ideas. x
Most American voters may feel
that they know the man s personal
ity from his 1952 campaign" and
his 1956 performance in the pri primaries.
maries. primaries. '"'.- y:".-
But its his policies that count.
How do they differ from.Eisen
bowers or Nixons. and Harri
mans or Kefauvers? And which
would makt the best, President?
Stevenson has been referred to
as the Democratic candidate of
moderation.: : J
"For four vesrs I've done my
best to unite the Democratic party,
not tear it apart," -Stevenson teld
a Los Angeies audience Marco m.
Kefauver. admitting now tnat ne
lost his head, swung, wild; at Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson on this point in the Cali California
fornia California and Florida primaries and
for a time threatened, to split the
party,
Harriman. omwsine moderation,
advocating an extremely New Deal-
ish oroaram. would apparently let
the more conservative Democrats
split off and go where they pleased.
There is some question, how however,
ever, however, about where Stevenson stands
on the controversial school segre
gation issue. '.'- ,.;...'
AS governor oi Illinois ne enaea
racial discrimination in all state
schools, th National Guard. and
ail state employment.;
At Hartford. Conn., in February,
he opposed state "interposition to
hulify tne supreme uourt aeci aeci-sion.
sion. aeci-sion. '.'It is the law of the land
and should be obeyed," vbe says
today." '-
But he admits mat the question
of how transition to nonsegrega nonsegrega-tion
tion nonsegrega-tion is effected has not been
settled. His own approach to the
gust 10 he will appear before the
Democratic platform committee
in the Beverly Room of the Con
rad Hilton Hotel in Chicago, un
August IS he will be in the Repub
lican convention's platform com
mittee room in San Francisco. But
no stop at either convention. Strict
neutrality on the record. No la labor
bor labor man can speak for the AFL-
CIO itself St either of the con
ventions. .? ,j- .'
Obviously the word Is- out that
if the Youth wants to preserve an
ion strength inside the Democratic
party, it will have to do a little
wooing of labor, , y
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problem is to call a 'conference
of xwhite and Negro leaders snd
aski' them to recommend a solu
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' On social security, Stevenson's
position is that of the Democratic
majorities in the last Congress, in
favor of greater liberalization than
the Eisenhower administration
recommended. Attacked by Kefau
ver on his social security record
during the primaries, Stevenson
was able to show .that as governor
of Illinois he had. greatly expand
ed oublic assistance programs..
On farm policy, Stevenson has
come out flatly in favor of re restoring
storing restoring rigid, W per. cent price
supports. HU main criticism of
GOPtfsrm" policy is 'thaf it has
ben jJnconsjteJit!-hanging in
1952. 54 and '56-and that it has
been ineffective because farm in income
come income has not remained high.
Stevenson claims the soil bank
plan now 'adopted was a Demo
cratic New Deal r invention which
the Bepublicans have appropriat-
. On the development of natural
resources and public power, Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson follows Democratic policies
of the past & years and has
hammered at the so-called GOP
give-away. ,:
On labor legislation, Stevenson
takes the side of the unions. As
he told the Auto Workers educa
tional conference in Washington,
he iavoirs changing the Taft-Hart-ion
security, permit the state right-leji-act
provisions ''which limit un-to-work
laws, make organization
difficult and prohibit legitimate,
peaceful, bargaining pressure."
But, Stevenson says he is for
reorganisation of the National La Labor
bor Labor Belations Board. He aims to
make it a fair-minded, non-parti
san agency administering the law
as-it was written and not accoro
lnto the views of .either labor or
management 1 i
He is for government .relief In
the depressed fc.'eas along the line
suggested by Sen. Faui uougias iu-
111). And he wants a government
study of automation to make sure
that it will not impair labor's
welfare,: amvw
Stevenson advances this domes domestic
tic domestic oroeram as. the "development
of -tie Jeffersonian principle of
"equal rights for. all and special
privileges for-iiione--the old-fash-toned
.proposition that the business
of government ; is to serve the
general welfare." Stevenson is
particularly critical ef what he
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special pnvueges tor Dig Business.
President Eisenhower has talked
many times about hi rimers m
directed toward what's best for all
the people of America, n this
respect his objectives are similar
to btevensons. it is their policies
for obtaining these ends that -dif-
fer.'W'''-l.-V'i,:;!.y iy,,-.
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WASHINGTON. Ana J.1 n;v-
The Renolds Metal Co..' announced:
yesterday it is raisins ita
pig aluminum once centr a pound
A Reynolds ftDOkesman Kairl tha
cost of all other Reynolds nrod.
ucts will be raised "DroDortionate-
ly He "gave 'increased labor
costs as the reason for the hike.
'f.ii:ii:-$?rjpf.:ify..'ii;-.-. ,y
The announcement ca m m
hopes 'brightened for an early
strike settlement between the com
pany and the AFL-CIO United
"steel Workers. Company and u
nion officials met during the dav
with federal mediators in an at
tempt to settle the walkout involv
ing 10,000 workersat nine Rey-
noois piacs
wmuar price nikes- were an
nounced recently by' "the Alumi
num Company of America and
Kaiser Aluminum. .. yy.
Alcoa, whose strike settlement
formulas usually. set the aluminum
industry pattern, reached a wage
with the steel workers calling for
an increase of 46 cents an hour m
wage and fringe benefits over the
three year contract period.
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WASHLNGTOX-Two significantlcongress watching how the ma

eve-its occurred ia Philade;phia re
eently. Both concerned the basic
freedoms, including the 6th
Amendment, which the founding
fathers hammered into the consti constitution
tution constitution ia the same city of Phila-
riellhi ilmnit twit centuries ato.
On vnt w a letter written1
by some of the city's leading
Quakers, descendants of those who
founded Philadelphia,4 to the House
Unamerican Activities Committee
telling its members ia dignified
out empnauc language 10 ouii nos nosing
ing nosing into the right of the Quakers
to hire any librarian they pleased
even if that librarian had once
been a member of the Communist
oartv. .
Not many people address the
much feared, House Unamerican
Activities Committee, in that tone
of-voice these days.-
The ether event was the opening
of "Storm Center." the most con
troversial picture Hollywood has
turned out since McCartbyism be
came popular m some quarters.
By coincidence, "Mora tenter
alss involves a librarian who was
kicked out because she once be
longed to some Communist .front
organizations and beeause she
championed the library's right to
keep certain controversial books
on its shelves.' ; s
Tha plot almost "pmllels the
same issue for which the- Fly-
mouth Quaker meeting, just out outside
side outside Philadelphia, was investi investigated
gated investigated by the Unamerican Activi Activities
ties Activities Committee; the chief differ
ence being that the Quakers stood
their ground and did not fire, li librarian
brarian librarian Mary Knowles, while in
Hollywood's stirring story, Bette
Davis, who plays the part of the
librarian, is fired by a McCarthy McCarthy-esque
esque McCarthy-esque city council in some drama-
packed 1 sequences which are a
good box-office as they., are good
for the basic principles born in
x nuadeipnia.
Inside fact is. that "Storm Cen
ter" had a hard time seeing the
light of a movie projector. It was
conceived five years ago by two
young writer-producers, Dan jar-
adash and Julian Blausteih, right
at the' height of Joe McCarthy's
popularity. At that time no studio
would touch, it Hfc ;
But two years i ago, Columbia
Pictures, which has more courage
than some of the others, saw it
was not only good drama but good
for the nation. Mary Pickford was
first picked in play the role of the
discharged librarian," but backed
out at the last minute,.
.; Bette TDavis,' who toofc over the
role, played it with great, convic conviction.
tion. conviction. She believed what she acted.
..Every senator whb, supported
Joe McCarthy Trarin-p'hiaheydey
Jshould take a good look at this
picture. So should members of the
Unamerican Activities Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, which poked its nose into the
right of Quakers to hir their own
librarian., vy ; v.,,, y
"W regard such Inquiries as a
serious trangression upon the com complete
plete complete division- of church and
state," wrote the nine Quaker eld elders
ers elders to the committee, "which is
ne of the important foundations
oi Democracy.
"Is the conscience of the
church." they asked, "to be su
ject to the organized pressure of
rrmips of people who. differ with
it?"
LEARNING DEMOCRACY
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GOP Congressman Francis E.
Dorn of Brooklyn takes seriously
the problem of teaching his chil children
dren children Democracy. That' why every
year he requires them to sit in
turn forjpne week on the floor of

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dren children sit, and sometimes squirm,
beside him for. a solid month,
while other congressmen orat
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work, phoned the e'der Dora
children at Camp Birchwood,
N.H., to get their views on )hi
subject- '
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the House of Representatives wri
the congressmen?- Tom Dbra,
aged II, was asked.V 'A
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''Nope, was ir candid reply.
ilWould you like to" be a con congressman".
gressman". congressman". t -J ; -4 ., ; u
"Nope. It looks like a tougfi job -too
nerve-wracking." T t
Hit sister Theresa, aged, 10, was
more tolerant about her father'
avocation.
"Yes,' I think I might like W
be a congresswoman," she said.
oWhy?'V;:Ta;;;:;,J;y;''
"I don't know."

Do you think women can do a
better jo than men?-?K
i :,,.: s. .; .-.i ,t..jr .-J 'y,-..;y ;
"Yes and-well, the offices are
aic and they're air conditionfd.',-
HUMPHREY PREDICTS
Secretary of lh Tre

phrey gave a- significant lecture y
to the National Security Council
the other dav on the enmin? cinis.

gle with Russia. He predicted
there would be no shooting war
with Russia but the U.S. would 1
have to fight for ita life to meet?
Russian economic competition.
Japan and Germany, he said, will
vigorously compete against "us in' -the
world market. Humphrey told
the security council -the' govern-
men, should prepare for economic
war by curing inflation, cutting
the naional debt, and carefully
tightening the economy.!
CHOTINSR'S TECHNIQUES 1
Murray .Chotinery Nixon's cam- -paign
manager, has been -hastily-disavowed
by the Republican na
tional committee, but his methods
live after him. Frank Priteh.r

director. -of Gov. vLanglie's ficht
against Senator Magnuson 'in
Washington state, is organizing a
campaign school copied after Che-
tiner's. iPritrhardthas -even told
GOP workers that He is copying
Chotiner's tactics. (It was Choti-
iier'who organized the mysterious

anonymous pnone calls for Nixon
charging his opponent was i Com Communist.
munist. Communist. r (
Russian suicide pianesone re result
sult result of Gen. Nathan Twining 's trip"
to Moscow'was confirmation of the
fact that the Russians have made
no effort to build tanker planes of
refuel their long J range bomber,
the Bison, while in flight. Air"''
force strategists say this leads to
only one conclusion: In the event
of t war with the U.S., Russian :
long-range bombers would take off
from bases in Sieria. hit the tar-:
get, and then abandon the piano
as soon as their fuel runs out.
Without refueling in midair th-
Bison cannot reach the- U.S. tar
gets and return to Russian soil.
But if the Bison only delivers th
bombs and then is abandoned by
she crew, it can hit every major
target in the U.S. r i y Russia
has used plenty of suicide ground
troops ia the past, perhaps she's
aow going ia for suicide-planes.

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Campaign : Leader "Accuses. Stassen
Of 'Beloiv-Belt Attack' On Nixon

WASHINGTON, Aug. 13 (UP)

A Republican campaign leader ac accused"
cused" accused" Harold E. Stassen yesterday
of a. vbelow v ine-belt attack" on

Vice President Richard M. Hixon
for sa vine Nixon hurt GOP con-i

prpssional candidates in 1954.

Rep. Richard M. Simpson (R (R-Pa.),'
Pa.),' (R-Pa.),' chairman-of the Republican

('nmtressional Camoaixn Commit

tee, said Nixon is one of the"
GOP's l-'raost -effective" c a m-

and it would be "disas

trous. blow? to-Bouse nd Senate
candidates this fall if he is dropped
from the ticket.-- ; s
Simpson said national polls vas
weil as individual GOP: House and
Senate members found W i x o n's

rsmmieninff in the 1954 congres

sional election a "decisive factor"
in saving "at least 20 House

Simnson, made the' statement in

answer to Stassen'i charge Friday
that Nixon cost the GOP votes by1
his "extreme -campaigning.?' Stag-

ten, President Eisenhower s disar disarmament
mament disarmament adviser, said this plus la labor
bor labor oDDosition to the .vice presi

dent Dromoted his campaign to

dumo Nixon in favor of Massachu

setts Gov.' Christian A.' Herter.

Stassen has taken leave from his

post to conduct his drive against

Nixon. "'4s. :v'-'- -' r-' -. r-

SiniDSon said Stassen made

"fatal error'! in his charge against
Nixon because he 'directly chal challenged
lenged challenged -President Eisenhowers
own expressed judgment."
He said- the President praised

Niaon'i, camoaien activities four

spoarate times during the 1954 e

lection race, and cited a letter
Mr. Eisenhower .wrote, Nixon -Oct.
27, 1954, lauding the vice president

for his '."ettecuve wore ,.in 1 1 n

t He added that Nixon m ade 204
speeches In the 1954 campaign

while as far as he knew Stassen
made none. &:fl V-',-;i

w M "the vreatest sinile de

mand" on- the' GOP congressional
and senatorial campaign commit committee
tee committee and the Repulibcan National

Committee "is, for Vice president
Nixnn ,tn- sneak in .behalf of our

senatorial and congressioal candi

dates.".

countries. Such "an 'agreement,

with a direct telephone line be between,
tween, between, the, area commanders of
both sides,' has been in. force in
the Jerusalem area for nearly a
yer. ,- .yj-:.:.:
: The UN r spokesman 7 told the
United Press that he believes the
reason the incidents in Jerusalem
early in' June did not spread can
be attributed to the local, com commanders'
manders' commanders' agreement 5 plus Ham-

merskjold's effort in r eliciting
pledges from both 'sides to observe

. BOMBAY, India, Aug. 1J UP UP-The
The UP-The mayor of riot-rocked Ahmed Ahmed-abad
abad Ahmed-abad resigned today in protest a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Indian government's
formation of a-Bilingual Bombay

state.; -,. ; M

Mayor Chinubhai' Chi m a n I a 1
Sheth was .joined in his condemna condemnation
tion condemnation of the -government -move by
Deputy Mayor Chhvtal liyandi.
They announced their resignation
in letters to the Gujerati Congress
committee. Almedabad has had

four days of anti-government riot

ing since the government announc

ed it plans to merge Bombay Ci City
ty City and neighboring Mahoratmi and

oujerati communities into one

large state. "? y -v
The govarnmtnf hid riginal riginal-1y
1y riginal-1y planned to placr Bombay CS CS-ty
ty CS-ty under federal central, split-.
ting the ther communities int
twa states. But that daemon; tea,
prvokd riots Wliar this year
and the government finally bow bowed
ed bowed fo the -majority opinion and
' combined Jh thro communities
into on state. The now state,
with, an estimated' population f
50,000,008 will bo India's second
, largest, t v. '..'..

. The government decision, -whicli

was approved, by parhament ear-
llAI this umaIt ikai haaa etMniiAiu

ly protected by Gujeratis in riot

ing throughout the state. The Gui

eratis claim Bombay City should

have been attached to a Gujerati

Mate,. leaving tne : Marathis- on

their own. J;he clty't- -3.000.000

population is split-between MarjfcJ

this and Gujeratis, in, roughly e
qual proportions. .: :. ? J ;j

Meanwhile, fresh reports of riot-1
ing' poured in today.-. Yesterday
was the fourth successive idav of

Police fired on demonstrators
at Madaneopiliaveli and homo
guards and flying squad men al alto
to alto opened fire on a iob at Dhal
Polo' in the Astedia area.
Demonstrators threw light bulbs

filled with sulphuric acid at police
in one clash, : seriously injuring
two policemen.

Police used tear las to disperse

demonstrators throwing stones and

bottles at Kamur.

A check at hospitals at midnight

showed 14 persons had been ad admitted
mitted admitted with bullet wounds -and a a-cid
cid a-cid burns. - r
Police' said they fired nine
rounds In three places yesterday,
wounding two persons.
, They said 550 others had been
arrested for defiance of a curfew
order in Ahmedabad. The city is
under martial law.

Jet Hops, Fromy

Hawcii To Long
V WASHINGTON, Aug1. is(UP)
A B-68 Jet bomber has flown
from Hawaii,. to Long Beach.
Calif., at an. average, speed of
more than 000. piles per. hour.

f The Air Force announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday that the twin" Jet air airplane,
plane, airplane, which covered 3,690 miles
on the flightwas returned from
participation In the spring nu

clear tests at iniwetoK.. r

a cease-fire.

"i;f f"-2 '.-

: 'J tOU

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tioned .- on the Gaza Strip- border
drives- uo to his post in a white

station wagon on each side of

which are clearly painted in large
black nrint the letter UN.; From

this station wagon, the metal of
which becomes scorching to the
skin in the searing .heat of the
Negev;; Desert, the Jono observer

has to keep his eyes open for
crossings of the ditch denoting the
border, and for firing, across the
linec-:;- xt fO-i.'yl'-
The observer is i powerless to
stop any clash that might develop.
He is eouipped with radio-appara

tus with' which to keep' UNTSO

headquarters in Jerusalem in

formed of what is ., going on. -If

fighting starts, he can immediate

ly tell tne vsi cmet oi stau, oen

L. M. Burns,? what is happening.
It will be- up 'to the general to

contact commanders of both sides
to persuade them to .stop the

shooting. .. :, j ;
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; It is hoped that the presence of

an observer .when firing begins
will, make it easier to determine

who started the shooting and thus

fix the blame in case of full-scale

aggression.
- The : UNTSO.- Jieadquarteri has

not yet decided 'how long a tour
of duty in. one of, these posts is to
last.s With the mercury at 100 de

grees during -the day, this time of

the: year, the well-being of the observer-
is a prime consideration.

Also, on moonless nights, anyone

wishing to cross the border ; will
have no trouble doing so.'

i Meanwhile: since the first of

June, Israel and Jordaniam teams
have- been cooperating in malaria
control in the Latrun area. At the
present time, both the Israel and
Jordan governments are studying
the text of a local commanders'
agreement for reducing tension all

The UN military observer sU-, along the common border of both

The'Huleh reclamation scheme

being carried out by Israel is the

sensitive spot on the 'Israel-Syrian

Doraer. ine unisu can do noth nothing
ing nothing to prevent a -clash. It cannot
tell Israel not to resume work on
the drainage scheme and neither

can it stop the Syrians and their j
Egyptian allies from carrying out i
their threat to prevent Israel from I
going ahead with the drama ?e!
work by force. Only the Security I

Council can; take action in either

case; t i

The situation on the Sea of

Galilee where a' number of Israel
policemen were shot and killed a
month ago is quiet. Israeli fishing
boats ,are operating, in the sensi sensitive
tive sensitive northeast corner of. the lake
but police boats are keeping 250
yards faway from the shore. The
Syrian' - armed forces -have

refrained from opening fire on

the fishing; boats. No agreement
has been. reached o permit

Syrians to fish or water cattle in

tne lake," wnicn u entirely 'withm
IsraeL'i) c- v tt t-

i Grand, press officer for the, United
Nations Truce Supervision Organi-,
lation (UNTSO). in the Holy Land,
told the United Press that .despite
minor flureuns."-. the situation

along the .borders-of Israel ana
the Arab states is stable. i
Grand pointed out that the- fact
that these incidents mostly on the
Israel-Jordan frontier did not
develop into something larger
proves the effectiveness "of the
cease-fire sachieved by UN Secre Secretary
tary Secretary General Dag. Hammerskjold.
The most sensitive spot is still
Israel' border with Egypt at the
Gaza Strip, This is shown by the
distribution of UNTSO observers
throughout-the region. More than
half -are assigned to both sides of
the Gaza-Strip border, with -26 sta sta-'?
'? sta-'? tioned in the city of Gaza and four
in the Israeli town of Beersheba.
. Eleven observers are--assigned

to the Jerusalem area, -five- are
in Beirut; eleven in Damaseus,
two in .Cairo and one in Amman.
"A roost -unenviable- jobia. the

. stationed in the observation posts
on both sides of -the Gaza Strip
frontier. Six of these are in Jsrael

a and six in Egyptian territory.
These 12 spots have been, select selected
ed selected .for, the visibility they afford
the observer over, a wide area and
also because they are in areas
which past experience has shown
r to be danger, zones,-
There are no structures whatso whatsoever
ever whatsoever in any of these spots. So far,
only one inside Israel. can be ac activated:
tivated: activated: for t a very brief period
' because of the lack pf personnel:
The UNTSO has .requested 21 new
observers.'So far, only seven havej
been sent and added to ihe. gen general
eral general pool fromjwhich assignments

are mane

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The Air Force did" hot claim a
record for the 4-hour-27-mlnute

hoot with -Mai. Ralph R. Root

c'-'hes between demonstrators atidnette Bay town. Tex., at the

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. by employes of the Pacific si4e.ter Funk. 8. Hitler's economic

f; commissaries on Labor Day, wasfmuiister, yesterday was taken

Hitler's Minister
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BERLIN, Auf. 13 (UP) WA1-

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S A special tram win depart the the British Military Hospital in

I from four-power Spandau prison to

Manama station t 7:30 a.m. atop' Berlin for a medical examination

mg at rearo auguei ana, uamooa

i t The return tria wil be made from

Jlount HoDev at 10:30 o.m.

" The day's activities will include

ports end dancing to -musip by

l ana Jarvia and us ercnettra,
Tiokets- are being sold by. May
Adonieaav and Victor ; Sampson.
Ciamboa Commissaryr Cleveland
and Samuel Squires Roberts, La

Boca Commissary; Kuby Turner,

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Spandai) Jqr yart crimes. i
It was his Mcnnri trin nittsirfp

the red brick, walls of grim Spn-

oau penuenuary.-ue was operated-
on for a prostate condition in
the British, Military Hospital in
1854. J
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thft fitn its nf lTimVa now nilmAnt

TlVOli, Commissary; EUie Sprm-lAn allied iDokeon.in merelv saici

ger and. A, Stewart, Ancon; jose-yunk rec.ntiV wls in an "unsatis

factory state oi noaitn.
Agreement to take Funk out to
the hospital was reached between

all four powers governing Spandau

prison.

jhine Sampson and Ernest Smith,
italboa: Mathias Reclst and L.

j George Roberts, Ancon Laundry,

;; ana iawrence.. aunon at rooia
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RP Company Orders
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week.

" Murphy, state AFL secretary. Is
delegate from' the 13th congres-
autaal district, to the Democratic
'convention in Chicaio. ;

;V When, and if, there Is lull Injof Rotterdam,
convention proceedings, he is slat-

jia to go to Kansas city, Mn.,j
Jwhtre hs is also a delegate to the,.

niBrnauonii Associauon 01 ttium ttium-rbers
rbers ttium-rbers 4e Steamfitter convention.
r To top that off, he is a 1 s o
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tional vnion at a convention of the
; International Alliance of Tbeatri-

cai ana stage employes, in &.aa &.aa-as
as &.aa-as City.
AU three conventions are run
i ming simultaneously.

THE HAGUE, Holland, Aug. 13
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MISS TEDDf KIRKBY has received a summer school scholar scholarship
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' French Charge d' Affairs Marcel Oliivier an Mme. OHivie
entertained with a dinner party for a. group-of friends on
Saturday evening at the Embassy Residence on La Cresta.

"' Return From Lima
Minister of Government and Jus Jus-r
r Jus-r tice Alejandro Remon and Mrs
,Kemon and Mr. and Mrs Juan
Galind returned by plane from
' 1 Chile recently after having at attended
tended attended th installation ceremonies
of the President of Peru at Lima.
Suffat Supper
At Martini Residence
A buffet
tiven by Mr. and Mrs. lu
Martta at thW'I Hdfcti. home
- a Saturday evening. ;A r, .:
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Commercial Councellor of --W 1
Trench Embassy Boris
ind Mrs. Eliacheff 5
to Panama tomorrow from a trip
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In Interior V ,.!
' The Governor of Panama Pro
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emaa" have "turned to Panama
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Interior. . y
Mlsi Cloriela Calvo ;
WSEK visit of-.ev.r.l week,Mto
T.nama a the hpuia auest of Mr.
and Mrs. Jaime; de la Guardia,
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her home.
u-...!k Krlihifiiv Celebration
Mr and Mrs. Eduardo Maduro
Vdl entertain today at their resm resm-,nc
,nc resm-,nc with a party in honor of their
5auhter Patricia's thirteenth birth
day !' i ; ;'
Round
T ivi
m tl. ilr.ilJ Statu
t .... n fnr a hiaies iu u'r
n Saurday evening by plane were
lrs Luis Carlos Aieman.
panied by ber daughter Mrs Ro Ro-c.rr
c.rr Ro-c.rr Psredes and tier
grandson, Rogelio Garcia tie Pa-J
,
Camera Club Masting
Schadulod for Tonight
Members of the Atlantic Camera
rii.h'. Elirk and 'White Division
wiU .assemble tonight at 7: at
their club rooms at Mt. Hope for
. their regular meeting. .
' Subject for the monthly print
Mmmtition is teneral and prmts
and may itill be entered ;thureve-!
-pmg. Special waiure wiu w(
inctrtirtinn set of IS X ZO
prints by Eldbridge Newhair, AP'
SA, with tape recorded commen

tary.by Leo Moore, Ar&A.
' 'Rabiiietta- Family
' 6 On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Robinette of
New Cristobal left by plane on Fri Fri-day
day Fri-day for vacation trip to be spent
in shrvDort. Louisiana. They

were accompanied by their son Al

lan. Allan will begin nis iresnman
' year at the Louisiana Polytechnic
Institute) in Ruston, La.
' Regular tridge Camas
Hieontinutd For August
Th rular weekly bridge games

fayed at the Margarita Service
a. snter nave oeen aisconuuuru jui
the month of August, but will be
resumed early in September.
For Now Yark
To vacation in New York are
Jlr. Alfred Lombana of Balboa
n4 hit riam?htir. Grace. They
tiav aleadv departed for their
destination by plane.
Panama And Canal Zona Alumni
Kappa Sigma, Hold Meeting
Panama and Canal Zone alumni
of Kappa Sipma fraternity met at
the Hotel El Panama recently to
formulate Dlans for the organiza
tion of an active alumni chapter
in this area. The Kappa Sigmas
: have an unusually large rcpre
. sentation in Panama, alumni -re-,

Oilicrwidc

V r rl f 7 f j IK 1
presenting colleges and universiti
es from all sections, of 'the United
Mates. ""' v.-!.'----.'"!''' v -The
group' plans' a second for
mative meeting, to be held at the
tx Amador Officers Club, the eve
ning of August 15: At that time,
plans will be laid for oservance
of the fraternity's Founders Day
celebration .in December and for
other socal activities. Election of
femnrary officers also -will : be
held on the 1 'h.
terested in f iling wnn the
chapter are asked to call the fol following
lowing following alumni or vany other Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Sigmas they may know:- Roger
Maduro, Panama 2-1773; Antonio
Staiuiola, Panama 2-1830 or 2-18-33;
Gustava L. Rosania at Albrook
86-3121 or Colon 1636; Lt. Kenneth
R, Fiala, Ft., Clayton 87-8146; Car Carlos
los Carlos DeJanon II, Panama 2-0465 or
3-6388; Ricardo G. Brin, Minister
of Exterior Relations, Panama 3 3-6655
6655 3-6655 or Cdr. Jess M. Carver, Ft.
Amador 82-3235 or 83-2285.
The following attended the In
augural meeting of the group: Car
los de Janon, Kansas, 37; jess Ai.
Carver. Pitt.'t 25; Ricardo G.
Brin, of Cat, 42; Antonio Stanzio-
la. UCLA. 42: Gustava L. Rosania.
Kansas State,' 49 Kenneth L. Fai-
la, Missouri,' 52 and Roger Madu Maduro,
ro, Maduro, U, of Conn.' 51.
Thompson Family Arrive 'Hora
Lt. and Mrs. James R. Thomp Thompson
son Thompson arrived recently by plane on
the Isthmus. They were accom
panied by their four children Kar Karen,
en, Karen, James, Jr., Patricia and Clar Clarissa.
issa. Clarissa. Lt. Thompson returned to the
States .early Sunday morning and
will be reassigned to Korea. Mrs.
Thompson and her children will,
remain here as the guests of her
mother Mrs. Ruth L. Turner of
Margarita.
Morning Coffee Given
For Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. May, Jr.4 and
their daughter, all of Houston,
Texas, and formerly of the Canal
Zone, are visiting members of
their families on both sides of the
Isthmus. Mr. and Mrs. Chambers
and two children from Washington,
D. C. are visiting with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Chambers of
Margarita.
The visitors were given a morn
ing coffee at the Hotel Washing Washington
ton Washington on Saturday by .Mrs. V, H.
Mav. Sr.. and Mrs.' Harold E.
Chambers at which seventy-five
guests were present. -
Mits Elena Cotti
Viiita Parents
Miss Elena Cetti, daughter of
Captain C. W. Cetti arrived on the
Isthmus recently to spend a few
weeks with Captain and Mrs. Cet Cetti
ti Cetti in Margarita. She will return to
school m tne Mates in we ran
Nowcomart Club
The regular meeting of the
Newcomers Club was- held at the
home of Mrs. Lois Raymer, 13B
New Cristobal, with 22 members
present and 6 guests.
. Mrs.. Lois Raymer and Mrs. Bet
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Hex 134, Pan

ama
or
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9:CO -J 10 J. mlf..
ty Sensabaugh served delicious
refresnments, whiie tiie President,
wrs. Betty rtanmen weicuinea ana
introduced the fouowing guests:
Atrg. Gerry Banovv.' rs. Eva
iuia. vauiy .tsen. jtai-s. Kupn. J
VllM)n anu iirs. AaLuerine i,a.ir
A uusiness meenni fiinnavn
A cara Dariv inMi.nr., i,u
cluo is wn ue he.ii ac uie'wra uie'wra-rua
rua uie'wra-rua Semce tenter on August iu.n
. i.u p.m. iitiets iur uie par.v
may ue tHirchasco. u-uiii anv ipi...
uer or l uie uoor at one uouar
cu, wmqu win uicluue uuur p-,i-es,
ikb.e pwes Jiuu ueireiiimeutii.
Stocwiam. of lue Locts 'Kt'viswii
uM mi. irancis J. Moumuiu
to. a irio tnru uic Haiun uimi nn
luesday, August 14. at :3U a in
inemotii wui meet at the paruii,
lot 4it ice main gale.
nee oay.' sii.ung is available
for memoti-s by cauiug Mrs. Luis
ftayuiet, VnslOoat
inree members. Mrs. lois Riv.
mer, Mrs. i-at snodrass ami m.ss
Janet ireeman
beautiful taDie clotns anu napfcms
for termination ot active meuioer meuioer-ship
ship meuioer-ship and going away gtfis.
members aUenaing" were Mes Mes-dames
dames Mes-dames Betty Hartman. Jan
Languprf,, Afaxime Jones,
Penny Goiani. Barnara f Avoir
Frances Campbell, Shirley Blair
f at Snodgrass, Bernice Grier, Ar Ar-lene
lene Ar-lene Perkins, Betty Micek, Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor Donatio, Britt Fuller, Erlene
uiais. Kita, Crawley, JBeity Sensa
baugh, Bessie Guinot Ruth nil
bert, Ethel McGinness, Leena Mc Mc-Larnan,
Larnan, Mc-Larnan, Lois Raymer and Miss
Janet ireeman.
Local Floworson Slides
At USO-JWB :'i
Tonight. Mondav. at t n m: t
th Uso-JWB Armed Forces Serv-
ice center, an illustrated lecture
on "Flowers of .Latitude Nine? will
oe given. :
A project -of the Diablo Camera
Club, the series of 106 kodachromel
color,' slides spotlight the- colorful
and beautiful flowers Jq be found
in this area. So popular have been
the slides that they have been on
loan to cities in the United States
and in Canada. y
Mrs. Preston-C. Minton, secreta secretary
ry secretary of the Diablo Camera Club, will
give the commentary on the slides
Servicemen, their dependents
andthe general public of he Can Canal
al Canal Zone and the Republic of Pa
nama are invited to attend and
view the illustrations,
J I.
tah aotico for Incluiion in this
column haul ft tuhmittod in
ryoo-wriHoa term ana mailed to oho
of the jmora littod daily in
"Social and Otherwite," or dolivor.
od ay hand to tho office. Notices of
uarintt cannot o accepted by
talepnono. s v : ".', r . n
Archaaoloaical Society -'
To Hold Mooting
The. Archaeological Society of
Panama will hold its regular
meeting at JWB Balboa on wednes
day, Augut45th at 7:30 p.m.
Members are asked to bring
slides on Venado Beach and any
special Vehado artefacts in their
poession. A few Venado maps
will be available., Following the
meeting refreshments. Will be.serv.
ed. .?'. -'.;','',,' .1";-
Fort Amador Officers' Wives'
Will Hold Monthly Mooting
The regular monthly meeting of
tne rort Amador Ofncers" wives
Club will be a coffee at the Fort
Amador.
Officers Club at 9:30 a.m. on
August 15th.
All new arrivals and. members
are invited to attend. V
; ITccdlclscfpcp?
Drinic...
n
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in (.4
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The Juic of 1 1! rrnt, (ardoi
freih vtgetabifa are I Jended into
' -thia famoua drir V. Y ounf ttn lovo
"A Ita lively flavor, nd thrive rn ita
vitoBBia-pockf d
foodneaa. At ii tj.
timeor bftwen
' ancala V- siveo
, them the rr?rcsh
inent tbey want,
and the nourish-
A
mtnt thf y v r i.

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-maker.' Ik's easy ta make; quick to bake and a Joy to eat
4 By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor t

In Riverside. 111., lives a young'
working bride with an unusually,
good fresh raspberry recipe. SUc
is Mrs. jonn bcnupper. Being a
working bride,' I have ?to make
every minute count. this jelly
roll, -white vit 'looks difficult to
make, bakes in less than 10 min
utes and takes only a jiffy to fill.
it s a i refrigeraior-iyra oessert;"
sheCsays,,,-;-,' V : V
Parr.it Jelly Roll ? rJf
k, i d servings)! t-fsr,
: Jelly Roll: 'One. quarter leaspobn
salt, 3 eggs, M cup sugar, I tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon lemon 'extract,1 4 cup paa-
cako mix.'5 ;: ; l
Grease1 sides and bottom or a
lO'ixlS'i-ihch .shallow pan; line
with .. waxed paper; and grease
again; dust with flour. Add salt to
eggs; beat until thick and, lemon lemon-coloredr
coloredr lemon-coloredr .'... !.,.;'.:' v..."t, ,-;:T"
Add sugar to eggs a .little at. a
time, beatin" well fter each, ad
dition. Add flavonna and oancale
mix; mix. hghtly .until, batter is'
smonth.'. Spread evenly in pan. L
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i TINY 6lREwBoobllnk," nine-year-old stallion, is oply 28,
' I inches high. Imported from England, he's owned by Mr. and
Mrs. N.: Clarkson Earl, of suburban Ridgefield, Conn. Tho 1
', Earl farm also boasU ot a miniature mare and it Is hoped that
il the tiny animals will breed true; to -establish a line of tiny.

MUSIC, MUSIC, MUSIC Sweet music with the volume of
3,000 .radios that s what members of the Democratic national
. convention will be hearing at the International Amphitheater In
Chicago, An electronic organ will be linked by a mile of cable,
i to a' system of amplifiers and high-fidelity speakers, and will
have -perfect tuning for distortion-free performance. A work--jnn,
above, tests the organ during installation, t

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tliat cools and at the same
li:ne relieves skin irritation and

prickly
beat.

2 Or Any Tbs

Jci'yvRcll Is Delici

rne
9
i
roll is a triple treat for the home
Bake in hot oven (400 degrees
F.) 7 to 8 minutes or until brown.
. Sprinkle a towel wsll with con-
iecuouers sugar, immeaiaieiy on
taking cake from oven, loosen it
cround edges of pan and turn out
on. towel. Peel waxed paper care care-fuUy
fuUy care-fuUy from cake: roll i caLe in
tOWtl. ..1 l ,.fr;i a '"'f-v
'let stand 10 minutes,
Filling:, One package raspberry
gelatin, l cup not watert M cup
eold water. V4 cuo whinDine
cream, whipped, l tablespoon sug
ar,' Mi pint .raspberries (fresh or
paniaiiy frozen, drained).
Pi-soive gelatin in hot water;
Stir in old water. Chill in refrig
erator pntil. gelatin becomes
slightly thickened. Beat gelatin
with rotary beater until fluffy and
thick,
Combine whipped cream with
sufar; fold into gelatin.
Unroll cake. Spread gelatin mix.
lure 1 evenly over ; cake:, place
; raspberries on gelatin. Roil up
cake and wrap in waxed paper.
'Refrigerate cake ; roil several
i hours before serving.
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POWDER
A medicated .powder

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Wilt.it
IT TAKES ACTION TO GET
YOUR HUSBAND OUT
OF A RUT
A wife writes: "On reading
your article, 'There Are Snine
i ricks to being Companionable,
I 11 n t t,. ai f UnAn

Kitl.

trj-ing to accompUsh this feat furl "chri,Uc8 ,n4, e Panama
23 years and have met nothing but manner'' iU be th th.'nie' of
failure i,he bock and Christmas card

My husband eats his breakfatt
(whicn I hsve aways gouen up
m prepare lor n.m oaaiad a
newspaper. ; in the evcama kj
conits nouie say.ng, ".VUea wi I
uiuier be ready -i'm tired. on nis
way to the nyg room wue.e As
reaus.untU. he is caUea for
red. on ius
dinner.
"Tile silence of
broxen .only by
aoout his uay. ife rare.y voitui
teera any muriaaUon or .asm.
my opin.on aoout anything a.

thuugu he will talK fiueaUy to'anyiPattie." Ready in good tim for
ciirfnce acquaintance on ,amiost Christmas giving, this deiigbt-

ny auujeuu , a
After dinner he sits in front'
ficlionv TV an4 playini
t-ha
-

"His idea of taking me out i3 "V .".11"
to go to a movie aoout once a raa,de ln" USA." Christmas
month at my suggesiion. He sajj cards-of snoio-scenes and holly
he hates to go to the beach or 0 1 wreaths have responded enthu enthu-tamiiy
tamiiy enthu-tamiiy picnic. He doesn't like hav-:aiastically to -the Pen Women'

in, 1 company come in.
"In his esUmation he is a good
husband, because he doesn't stay
outs nights and drink, for which
I am truly grateful.
-"what is the 'trick for meT I
am lonely for a little companion
ship.
This Situation Calls For Action
Are you willing to try to jar
him out of his rut? If so, try a
few of these ideas: ;
Subscrie to two copies ot the
morning paper. If he objects, efxj
plain Quietly that since he likes
to read at breakfast, rather than!
talk, you have decided you will
read, too,v 1
"Two persons reading the same
news at the same time are almost
sure to make some comments on
what they are reading.
Get out some books on chess
and study them. When you know
enough about the game to talk
intelligently about it, ask your
husband to teach you how to play.
Invite guests over at least one
night a week. That will get your
husband into a shirt and away
from the' TV set at least one eve evening
ning evening a week.
' Plan something 'be side a' the
movies for an evening out a ball
game concert,, lecture. Ask 'your
husband to go with you and if
he .refuses, go by yourself; At
least vou ll. have something 10
talk about when you get home.
Dont be afraid to upset, routine.
Thmf mm--1 hurt' i s von make, the
better. Your husand has settled ii
down to a comfortable rut, but it
is a rut. And if you dont want
to be stuck in it with him for 23
more' years you'd better make
every change you can.
If a friend shows 'you the re result
sult result of a do-it-yourself Johv dont
be atingy with your praise. Above
a,l don't point 'out how he could
have done the job better or
more easily. All he really wants
to hear is unadulterated admir
ation
That's one of the biggest re rewards
wards rewards for I lot of hard work.
fott o tip
A from irt
fib, ARRID in...
reb ODOR cut
; new crtcrm deodorant
keeps underarms dry
....' end odorktt ;
Stow m f O mw t!4 4
raiadiaa Iran rtairatian
4t. i nbM 1" Of(ariial. tvk
AIIIO la rvk' anpirail aad
' UiaO O-aily AIIIO (i tvHr
I 'A Kmm t afftcliva m y mthm
taoriiR OMderant ia aat m4f
tm try an4 drliw Sofa far Mr Mat
ilia laWitt
M ARRID

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A!B Hmm any :j f YZ?J

Thought Of Christmas Yot?
The Pen Women Are Rzady
By atricia, Markun ;

branch ol the National Leaaue
of American pea womep hve
set for Sept. 12 at the Tivolt
Guest House. Writers and ar-c
tists hav. hen busv. t thinkins i
pnm rhrictma. hn,ioht. in'
Panama Christmas thoughts In
August to have theA; ort?lnaI
rhrWmas Mrdsortv rnr ivhl -
Christmas cards teady lor exhl

... 'bition on this occasion. : iJriSS
our dmner is 'Bailey, Elizabeth Lamo. uwi pa-
my Queslioni' Starring feature of the dayitrlcia Markun. and illustrated

wlii be- the1 autographing psrty.by Jeanne Beaudry, will be,also

for Jean Baileys new collection
of children's verse. "Panama
.mi uttie volume tells in poeti-
"Sffie?'
."cacn rtn woman s imerpreia
11 .1 1 1 .1
nun ui m : uiinatiims a iiiriue.

M SheaJiiiK Quad

Election of officers of Kol Bheafith
hrael will be held in the Community,
yflall at 8:00 p.m; on August. 14,
J956i All members arti urged to at
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' THE '"UNTIL 7 P.M. EATINQ CLUB'? ;' '.'

i:j.'2it,::cii;.v,;io.75.
iJo.3Lu;;cii .....:.; 0.53
SPECIAL i.5oiiirfe
- i , ' .'in 1 U .!
, '"' ."- ; t t ; n ', ..
, Includes Appetizer Soup or Consorne
- Entree Salad Dessert i Bread
Butter & CoCfee or, Tea- 7
- r"'
XMVSIC AD QASCISG EVERY mGIlt
TYPICAL NIGHTS or WEDNESDAY with
"Con junto Plicet" and MargarHa! Epcala
ELRAMCHO GARDEN

Jim
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VtHI ONI AND OMIT
., SSk. iaa aaaaa r
. t ; v- T .'4
.1.1 i "'. ''.' !" -. -
Germ-Figliig Topfliiirtsli
' l'- If.- 'f ' ; T 1 l 1 y 7

o Reaches you Surgically Sterile f
o Made to stay Activity Antiseptic
for up to 4 months in use I ; V
o Inhibits or destroys ALL types

of germs that fall on or hold to it I
An investment in oral hygiene you can't
afford to be without I Get new Dr. Westl

for every member of your family.

It's the NEW

Dr. West's fardo-TuJt 5C

refreshingly original Panama
Christmas cards 111 the past two
years,' nd this year's se'.ectiou

before. Each card -maker will
have her owif exhibition Tpiace
In theTivoli's Uttle Gallerv to.
introduce her. cards. .,,
. ...
-ne..iwwiy jjuruiiieu aecuua
.X? n,
ell"n- J
Other f Panama Adye)
iTee ana
"i l
'shown at the -fair.-
Number Of Bonks
Dropped I rtj 955
WAHT(JTON. Aut, 13 (UPI
The Feflsral Deposit Inwranca
Com.-reported yesterday that the
number of baoks in the United
Sv, declined in 1WV for tha
e'-flith' strsfght year. Sine 1947,
when the decHn began) the num number
ber number of 'banks has been reduced 3 J
per cent to '14,284. The drop was
'jlua chiefly to mergers.; ."
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. FOR SALE: 14 est. ft. freeser
OEHTAL-MEDiat "Si;
OR, C I. FAIMSA. .B.. .229 1
., '' FOR SALE: Six-strand Rattan
five (i tumitur consisting f 3-pic
LjT,,!?im. dav.np.rt, loon, chair with ot-
Ti.a- ttlB1B( t(llrt (itr ubl 2 gl)J v
ttbltt, all practically H, $27 5V
J' RETIREMENT, LIFE -
.. Ktli ; THIS WISK'S BARGAINS at
EDUCATION INSURANCE H 0 U S l HOLD IxCHANGt:-
. Mhojy rfoubl bad with new
'' nil RfDZR mattrcM $79; Hollywoad doubla
M... f-IS5 kl bada (campltalf$39; ma-
4 ftOB fliMB -'33 tafdraiaara $4.50.:madtii
mmmmmmmm'mmmm vanitica $30; mahogany dining
- Jh-. ream tabla and '.4-'ehir .$75;.j.
"' "irflff """"1 ? tidabaarda $35;' : china elosata
TRANSPORTES IAXTIR, J. A. a;iS; mahojaay dinatta sett
rackata $' Maara ; (pMi ealori) $49; : loldinj
rhaaa J-2451 Jlfi,el 1 J badt $35; mahogany aim chaita
, lidina at 1 uphaUtared in laathar $29; 4-
amaua tlDING SCHOOL I P tWnbU. bad with, tpring
JANAMA JRIDIN8 -n $2, kitt koop ?25; Hnol.umt i
0-2451 I $6.95. Md many athara. EASY 2.
' H 5 .lntmt. i TERMS IMMEDIATE DELIVi
at by ppamtmant. Ry CASH DSC0UNTS Nl.
; 'L- .4911. :V
J FOR SALE: Dacerater itami, 1
""I'OOX-lKOLbLB madam and antiqua printa oil
cana, calloatfaa, Balla paintingi, framad mirroit, lamph,
CHIROPODIST ' yariaua pricai; atiidio bad couch ;
(Dr. Sckolla traiawaU $25; doubla bad, box tpringi,
cilTEPEDlA NACIONAL iSJW
U Jmf Afoaaaaana Fh. -ml Urat alactric. rafrhjarator $25;
- '- m I gai atova $6. Fhona 3-6372.
1 ii iMiJL.,1..-1 J FOR SALE: Living Mom let,
" "MOriPRMAin" I! k. drauar, ;radio, r
MUUtKl'iAlU r Ij loUiBf b,d,t (lllnkti oIBWB1 j.
GAS STOVES1 J 6636.1 17 Via EtpaSa. upttairt. V
In different lie. I, f0l sxlj,,,,, ,Uetrie ;
C,SiU.Vr.e.d ,!?.t a I 'rigarator, I Ivcubie feat, 2-door,
MUEBLER1A INGLESA 1 1.4. top $2ts.v Ho..a ;..
I v.- Colon 02J Plank Straaf. Phona 2-
E' I1 A Pll FOR SALE cu. ft. Watting-
ilt OH ti&Zn '''". 25-cycla; aix
atn VII vtnttian blind. Phana 6-205.

Cincinnati
At It It Fo
Temola 2b
4 O'O .4
noblnson U 4
Bell -ef ....!.
Kluszewskl lb ... 4
Post if ...........
Bailey e
jablonskl 3b
Ifnaillan s.-... 1
Iiawrencep, 1
Orcis p
tirCtowe 1
Fowler p ........ 0
AcK'cr p .'..ir ?
0 0 0
2 1
1 11
1 0
I
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b-Thurman ,.. l
Elak p ii 0 0
f? TBtalB v0.
0
6 23 11
. Mlwavkee,
O'OenneQ 2b
Lofln ss f.
Aaron rf
WaJhews 3b
Tofje. lb 1
Thcunson If $
Brnton cf
Rica) e $
IJurdette, p
Totals-" T7-.10,8 27 7
' aFlled out for -Gross In 5th.
' b-Struck out for Acker la 7th.
:' Score Bv Inntnn
Clnilnnatt 000 100 100 2
Milwaukee 303 002 Ota
( SUMMARY Krrora: JcMll-
lanc RBI: Bwley, : Post, Rice.
xWnn 9. Mathews (scored on
MrMUlan'a rror In 3rd), Thorn'
aon 2." Doubles: Logan, Rice. Sac
Tifire! Losan 2. Stolen Base;
M. hews,- Thomson, j McMillan.
Tv hle-tlavf '. Adcoek (unassist-
ed
bs
es i
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Doubla bad (ma (mahogany)
hogany) (mahogany) with mattraaa 9r ipringi
$90. Call Ralbaa 1723, i
No Casualties
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on their way, two tusea were
halted in front of the clubhouse
with occurjants Inside. :.
There wera no people on the
sidewalk or streets; but the
'newsvendora stayed by the class
doors or the .clubhouse, and a
group of four or five stood back
from the steps m the post or
nee, t
Then the siren sounded, luses
started, cars pulled' out, and
people started rjourln? out of
the clubhouse door,. They alt
seemed to he in a crreat hurrv to
make up for the 10 minutes lost
from the morning.!. . i
IDEA WAS GOOD
' COLTJMBUS: Ohto" TUP'
The state board of education was
all set to adopt a resolution requir requiring
ing requiring school children to pledge al-l
legiance to I the fla? daily, then
changed its mind. The reason for
the delay. was that Paul waiicer.
a member from Columbus, noticed
there wasn't a flag in the meeting
room. "".:; $.;-:
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off: Lawrence s 2-2-3,; Gross 0
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runs: Lawrence 8-8, Fowler 2-2.
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LOURDES PHARMACY
ISI la CamuqaiOa
FARMACIA L0MBAR00
W. U "W Street --'
MORRISON

FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE -l 953 Ford conyar conyar-tible
tible conyar-tible new top, new tirea, axcel-.
lent conditio. Good buy. Call
82-5254. : .;. ;.-
FOR SALE-1951 Mercury 2 2-doar
doar 2-doar black,, radio & O.D., good'
conditio. Phone 13-7102.
FOR SALE: 1953 Old Super
88,. ihaded glass, Automatic
transmission, power brakes, ra radio,
dio, radio, wsw tires, duty paid,
$1400. Call Panama 3-4870. v
FOR' SALE:" 1954 Mercury
hardtop, excellent condition. Must
ba teen to be appreciated. Can
be seen at house 6245 Lot Riot.
Phone P.R. Kuyoth, 2-3546,
FOR SALE: Jaguar Convertible
XK 120, $1395. See it try it
at Colpa Motors, Automobile Automobile-Row.
Row. Automobile-Row. Phon 2-0625.
FOR SALE: 1953 Hillman
convertible, good condition. Call
Sf3 Carothert, Clayton 5105.
CINCINNATI., Ohio OIP)
Francis Oaks,- owner of the Cali
fornia Food Shop here, hopes this
doesn't become a habit. A thief
entered the shop through a sky
lieht recently and .took $36.. Two
days before Oaks reported another
theft of $36.
I

THE HIGHEST AWARD In Naval safety achievement was
presented Saturday morning in a ceremony at the Headquar Headquarters,
ters, Headquarters, 15th Naval District to Cat. Joseph E. Johnson, command commanding
ing commanding officer, U.S. Naval Communications Station, Balboa. .Rear
Adm.-CJarence L. C. Atkeson, commandant (left), who present
ed the award on behalf of the Secretary of the Navy, comple complemented
mented complemented the command' for their fine work during the year. The

letter accompaylng; the Secretary ; of the Navy Award for
achievement in industrial safety, read in; parC "for having
maintained an outstanding safely program for the' year 1955."

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ONE-MINUTE SUNTAN-A shapely rriodel gets a suntan
, from a new minute tanning machine at a Paris, France, swim swim-ming
ming swim-ming pool. The girl is sprayed with an infrared "gun," said
to tan without burn or other ill effects. It's claimed that the
," machine gives, a;iaaJtorjiUyit"y"slday-of.amr!jng
towacquire,. "w ..

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.FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1DC3-
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: FARMACIA LUX A' A'
1M Coastal Ave

MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX ,2031, ANCON, C2.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
Pr. Wendehake Medical Clinic,
Day-Nif ht Service. Opposite
Chase, Banlu Phone 2-3479,
. Panama. :.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: New 'Excelsier"
accordion; original pries) $260.
Must tell immediately (or $175.
Phone Balboa 3751 or Panama :
2-2132,
FOR SALE: 1 tet tecket
wrenches H.D. A square drive,
" 2", 25 pet. $30; 1 War Waring
ing Waring blender $20; 1 Hamifton Hamifton-Beach
Beach Hamifton-Beach blender $20. 1545-A,
Manga St., Balboa, between 10
a.m. and 12 noon,. Sunday, 4-
p.m. Monday. v
. FOR SALE: One registered 21 21-'
' 21-' month-old Boston Terrier male.
Good disposition, ideal pet, ac accustomed
customed accustomed to small children. Call
'John Cavcnder, Panama 2-3263
'; between 7 a.m. and. 1:30 p.m.'
FOR SALE: Coldipot air-conditioner,
60, cycles,' excellent
condition. G a m b a 0275-B...
Phone 6-580.
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FOR RENT
Apartoezls

r ATTENTION t I.! J.t bailt
voder turaittd attmata, 1,
2 badreami, hot, cold w a t a a,
Phana Paaaaa 3-4941.' :
FOR RENT.w- Newly fumUhed
and unfurnished apartments.
Alhambra Apartments, 10th St.
No. 8061. Phon 1336, Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern new a a-partmenrs,
partmenrs, a-partmenrs, one and twe bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, Nving-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bathroom and other conve conveyances,
yances, conveyances, "Via Espana in front of
Perejil. Phone 2-0948.,
FOR RENT: A two-bedroom
furnished apartment with garag :
and maid's room. $ 1st St. No.
20, corner of Federice Boyd.
,-Phon 3-4507.
FOR RENT: "El Cangrejo,"
modem comlortabl 2-bedroom
apartment, hot .water, garage.
Balboa 2-165) or 2-3382, Ro Roberto.
berto. Roberto. n
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart J.
ment with all conveniences,
' beautiful residential teeter.
Screened, hot water, etc Call 2-
: 3397 or 3-6807."
.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, gat stove, refrigerator.
Bella Vista, 43rd Street Ne. 64.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment. Available. Sept. 1, $65 and'
' utilities. Phon 3-3360 daytime,
2-1890 aight. j
FOR .. RENT
EFFICIENCY
APARTMENTS
.. .;. ",-vvvV:.!i':. ;,i;'1-. f
on
4TH OF JULY. AVE.
Tropicana
Furnished
, Air Conditioned
- Elevator Service
' Maid Service
Pullman. Kitchen
' Hot and Cold Water
. Parking Nearby
CALL 2-2181
or visit premises, r'
IRONIC RECORD
MILWAUKEE (UP) The
Milwaukee Polo' Club began its!
1956 season with its largest open-
ing day crowd, despite the fact
mat somebody supped a recora
callftrl "Stav Awav from thel
Horses"' the disc jockey's pile
at uie pwo uem peiore me maicn
started.
Legal notice
. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United Stales District Court for The
District ot The Canal Zone
riiul.inn n9 Aalhna
John H. Stuewe, Plaintiff vs. toyce t.
Rlnrui.. Defendant. Summons Case- no.

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43W. CivU Docket Zl. Action tor aivora.

To the above-named defendant:
Vaii ar. h.r,hv KOU rM U IPDNr

h. n,mnlmt field In Uie above- Dam. closed, v eXCep Jul

.in ..tin. within nin.lv dava after ,..-atina slortrtr nower.

me ..... r---- .

In case ot your taiiure.w w .PP. I.a .v. Vorl set.

and answer. Judgment' will be UKen
Hainrt you by detault lor me reiiei
manried In the cotnptainU
Witness int nonomu,e wu'i
crowe, j u a a c, uiu.

Court for the uistriet oi uie tanai tone, Panama INauoiiai uuo.u

uu. crT.'M7cor,ck,Ir.
'' ''Clerk.'. '! , '.
(Se1)' BysLoh R Sarrlso'
'. Deputy Clerk.
T Tyivra C Stuewe!
Tha fnr.onine summons la. Served VP'

cTdee rGr. crow1.' adding "It was educationiUfor

Judge. United aiaiea ijimhoi
the Canal Zone, oaiea Jiumm e,
and entered ana niea m wis
,!, ni.tri.-t Court for the Division
aaib.-u .-c w
, , Clerk. .
pvstl fe Barrlso
deputy Clerk .

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE

J. Fee. a la Cmm Am. Na. it
FOTO D0MY v"
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FARMACIA VAN-DER-0IJS

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FOR RENT
r ; Douses
FOR RENT: Modem chalet,
first' occupancy. Comer f 1 5th v
Street and 2nd Am. near Paitilla,
I bedrooms, latest style closet,
living and dining Moms, ample
kitchen, separate maid' room,
laundering spec, hot water con-,
nections, garage, very reasona reasonable
ble reasonable rental. So Kosnu. Tailor
Shop, No. 9-23 28th St. (for (former
mer (former Q St.).
FOR RENT: Small 2-bedroom
house, 1 furnished, light," water,
gat. American couple without,
children. F Street, EI Cangrejo.'
Phon 3-5640.
FOR RENTv Chalet in Golf
Heights. Porch, sitting and din dining
ing dining rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
terrace, maid's room with bath,
garage, targe backyard. Rent:
$125. Phone Panama 3-5329

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' riliijy" .WfflBffiWW end Great Loke 6Syj-S'A $8$rl-
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WORLD'S MIGHTIEST INLAND WATFRWAV-u

draft'traffic. iu rttLiJS

' Huron into Lake Michigan Tand 3irtZr;?' one-ay mileage from Lake 1
route toeet",Ti!i Mediterranean See
Joined hands In 4he 90iliion!Lla
Data from Steelway, P ffrt WlUCh U creaUn "e navigation project. "..

Ships 'Scuffled'
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1st ADD SHIPS .. ......
capacity. These were to be load loaded
ed loaded in Miraf lores Lake with rock
from' the Army quarry at Chiva
Chiva. -
-In short. thB Canal sent to
the scene of the blast its maxl
mum amount of working equip
ment for two purposes: ;
i) To block the breach If pos
sible and nrevent the outrush of
water from scouring away the
earth around the locks, dam and
hydro-electric power plant, and
, 4) Construction equipment for
rehulldlne.
i
"hiie the loss of water from
Gatun Lake wouia liseii oe a
Lmhi em Potter exnlalned, the
maximum damage would 3e
IfBiisori hvthrr outrush of water
if It attacked the earth holdipg
I the structures.
n. Tomarkerl that if the wa
ter running out to sea had te
go through tne locas h wouu
take some 10 days to empty
iok hut ir ui earwi em
bankments were scoured out,
the water might go out in w.
T.t. r.n H. M. Schull, Jr., and
I several engineers irom ivm cu
struction division toua. v,f
the consultations. ,
Potter also- ordered that aU
ships In the canar
could move veiceim
u... he xunk) De sent
kill w r i
i ihm Pariflf. Side,
,W""'U .mw
w.nuiiv h remarked, woum
it he daneerous u ""
in Galllard Cut
the, water, receded. .This
might start slides.
The Governor also ordered

I,. mi.lwftV Bates in "Madden

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those

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a- reported umi w"J
oc roafl blOCKS along iiib
T ,tv,miar, HfchwaV (after theo
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coordinated

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cmo annn "casualties- were

iA in, tnAav'n exercise
rcpui. V.-Trv -...i

showed' up some rougn spots
which his organization hopes to

v,ov ironed out m me im

mc

ius aa.
. fPa,
boners,

of Lrs. node said. "We 'sent

beop e to-tteauanuc wo.
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COUld ueiier nnveawycu

Pacific inadequate, lniormauou r

Iwas respoasibic"

FARMACIA EL BATURRff

Fai.M Letevre 1 Street
f FARMACIA ;"SAS'V
Vi;Prraa III
NOVEDADEs'aTH!3
' (Vi IspeAa In.
REPORTS
Grfmlich'f Santa Cars Beach
Cottage.. Modern conveniences,
moderate rafo. Phone Gamboa
6-441.
PHILLIPS OceeBtide Cottage,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balbo.
Phono Panama 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673. ; t
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. .One mile past Ca-,
tmo. Phone Balboe 1856.
FOR RENTv
miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Chicago Bar busi business.
ness. business. Inquire Agencies Tivoli,
. "Camera da Comercio" Building,
Phon 3-6118. ...'..-i

SSiiS!"!" h .world's -longest inland route -fo,, deep-;

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THEIR OWN SPECIAL DELIVERY Postal employe Sam
Shtnsky plays role of patient as the nation's first postal am- j
. bulance goes into service In Chicago, HI. Postal employer I -!
purchased the "special delivery" wagon with proceeds of theit I
own vending machine fund.. i

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PARTY FAVOR-Vugoslavia's
Marshal Tito has invested S3 S3-viets
viets S3-viets tsfense c'lief, Marshal
Georei Zhukov, v. Kh t e -'
f'er of Freedom," highest honor
rtf Tim's reaime. C Is the trst
of
Vdh
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JIESTOJ2I ;
FOR
C 12 TORDS x

LESSONS
DORESE WAITES SCHOOL OP
DANCING reopening. September
. 4th. Registration August 30th
'. 31st 10:00 t 5:00; Septem September
ber September 1st 9)00 to 12:00. Colunt--but
Club ( upstair) Residence
phon .2-2363.. : ' :
FOR SALE
' Real E?tat3
FOR SALE: Three houses in
San Francisco, facing church, on
beach. Separate or all together,
$20,000. Phone 3-4050.
Kosihbh Offered
WANTED: American to nun- ?
ag the Chicago Bar on Central
Avenu and K Street. For infer-
matio inquire Agencies Tivoli, v
"Camera de Comercio" Building.
Phona 3-6118.
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HEADS ASMZ- Kominationi
vh.ch is equivalent ti electionf
make; ., Uliem.'- van. jj
Eonton.", "asr.. ,, :3g-?7 V '-cent
cent '-cent : :: .eric;! c"',
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'C'APf TOL0
35c.
!0c.
. Epanbh Program!'
' AMALl Z
with Jorge Mistral
COKAZON SALVAJZ
with Martha Both

flrtsS?"1 jj,

I bl. "Don't tell me you're Hot a fugitive! hear your
AT.: .-. mother ealling!"

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by tnkm JolWoft J

-" HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol
lywood -on; TV: Hal March suiters
along with .the $64,000 Question
(contestants "because I get to
know them 'and realise they're
trying to have their lives changed
3USI iiae'inc mjuh tuiutcu "v
LU: It u in Hollywood far
tw .'dart offer bit "Welcome
Mama'' celebration in Sin Friv
dace. TV'e 'Motiest-oeM ;;uta
matter was. In a nostalgia., mood
about laavlne bis horn town by
the Golden Cat at 1 toWin Mid
- and farne. MHWm
J The fame "and fortune eluded
March as an obscure Hollywood
radio actor and film .bit player,
but he hit, the elusive jackpot
alone with his first $64,000 Ques
tion winner's. "And to think," he
tin shudders."! almost turned
down the job."r.';,t:x'
Nt6r tensidtrlna ;film ind TV
eting offers "J'U play anything
' except' I ciuizmaster" and set (or
Broadway stage itardom Hal
laughs oft people who, wonder out
loud-how far he would get as, a
contestant. "f; 'iJ -';) ;
."I'd get," he laughs, "as iar ias
... the tag doora: f,,. t.v. $
: But than h.' adds thst hW's be became
came became auil conversationalist' at
irtiti. "I knew all kinds of
hlngsi" Uushs, 1 Ik t ew
many salmon swim up .the v-
lumbla River evry year." jr
: Currently, on: the, TV planning
-;ioare;s tor aiarcn; :
T A'secohd shotr titled "The Most
Beautiful Girl in the worw, ';. a
weetlv home-screen Miss Amenca
contest judged by beauty, talent
and intelligence. The rana prize
winner- who. survives the 52-week
.compctitionjwiU collect J25000l
. Calf Storm's '.fourth-stork date
!n November just after starting to
film a new TV serie huothing
rew for our little Gale. Her three
sons were horn between movies
when she ,wa a Hollywood star.
Before each film", Gale says the
tudio would telephone.her to ask:
"May we?"- j -.
Joseph Cetten is 'mlxinf movies
-"The ,'HaUiday Brand''-with
TV these days as host and occa occasional
sional occasional star of a Jiew fall series

TODAY5 Rc!:2sT ; TODAY
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CARl SCNTON PEID )Mt MtRUN

TIVOL I
55c. 20c:
THE CONQUEROR
with John Wayne and
t Susan Hayward'
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THE BRAIN
' MACHINE

"DRIVE-IN
60c. . t 30c.
A PAY OF-FURY-
with
DALE ROBERTSON
.v ;"" and ...
NORA GORDAY

about
Trial.'
famous .Jury i trials,' "On
. But after a vear of introducinr
the 20th Century-Fox hour cn TV.l
ioe siui preiers acung to hosting
"When you are playing a role-
somebody else you are creating
something," Tie says. .."When
you re playing yourself as a host,
the only help the director can give
wLyou .pe;i; uttit more
cnarming, please?'' ; i
"I prefer playing temeene else,
I thmk f rem now an," when" I'm
hosting thoia- TV thews, I'll pre pretend
tend pretend I'm William Powell instead
at Jos Cotton." t
"The Young Dr. "Christian'" se series,
ries, series, -starring Macdonald Carey,
will skip, the "Medici f o rmA t
More outdoor action and less op.
era ting room close-ups.. -v.
f'--.,:i ,;: ': 't("t'.lli'r &
i llll XKH Carsin) Awiinams'
theory about whv; he' and i wife
Barbara -Hale no longer -boat
around in the Hollywood social
swim:' .-,,, ,'-;,! ..
f "Wtf discovered bhe; "ago that
you don't get work going to par parties.
ties. parties. Besides. I've never wanted
to be a big star. Nice little roles
are jUst dandx with me. Then,
when it's a bad picture, you don't
get Warned. The gtar does," f
' Richard Denning is chuckling
over people believing 1 he, must
have starred in at least a couple
of hundred "Mr. and Mrs, North"
telefilms, ."We only made 58,'.' he
says, "but they never stop running
them." Denning just returned
from England, where he continued
his Mr. North sleuthing in a movie
titled. "Assignment Redhead."
But there s no talk, he says,, off
Judy Garland's disagreeing with
talk that TV Is a destroyer of
material. She cut -several numbers
she done on TV from her Las
Vegas night club act en the theory
audiences wouldn't want te hear
them again. But-they turned out
te be the ones they did want te
hear.
I SMMinnmt ... ....
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CECILIA
t Jack Palance. in
I BHD A THOUSAND TIMES
with Shelley Winter in
Cinemascope St Technicolor!
- and --- ...
James Deen, Natalie Woods in
REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE
with Mineo

840 kcs.f Panama Gty
Telephone 2-3066
PRESENTS f :
' Today, Monday, Aug. II
PJ.
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What'a Your Favorite (re-
quests taken by phone
' nil 3:00) .j
5:30 News- ;
5 :35 What's Your raverlte
- (cont'd) "
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen-
.' -: tarr e -!'
6:15 BLOE RIBBON SPORTS
' v) REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Dancina; Party 1
4:45 MEL ACHRINO MUSI-
.acaLE Ne9cafe) w v
7:00 Over To You
7:30 VOA Report From TJ S.
8:00 Music By Roth
1:30 Proudly We Hall
,:00 You Asked For it I re-
quests taken by phone
' tin 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of Amerlfa
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00-SignOff
Tomorrow, Tuesday, Aug. 14
A.M. ..."
6:00 Sign Orr Alarm Clock
Club (request taken
by phono uu 7:00) -7:30
Mornlnr Salon concert
S: 15 Church In The WUdwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
:00-News -,',
8:15 Sacred Heart 5
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU RNAL
' ; ; (Cutex and Odorono)
10:05Spins and Needles re
quests taken by phone
; -1111 :auj j
11:00 News '?: -ll:05-Spln
' and, Ne idle
, (cont'd) t
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News ',
PJH." V,
12:05 lunchtime Melodies.
12:30 sweet And Hot. ;
l:00-News
J
1:15 Music Of Manhattan '.
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1 :45 Forward March -. ;
2:00 Tex Beneke Show ,,c
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows
3:00 Hank snow And His Rain-
' bow" Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday
4:00 Feature Review
4 :30 What's Your Fa? orite i
(r e q u ests taken by
f v phone till 3:00)
S:30 News
5:35 What's Your F v e r 1 1 e
(cont'd) '
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commen-T".
T". Commen-T". tary
6:15 BLUE RIBBON" SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Broadway In Review
e:5 cooperauve Hour
7:00 Interlude For Music
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN, SCI.
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.7:30-VOA Report From, U.3,
b:oo World Of Jazi
8:30 Life With The Lyons
9:00 You Asked For It (re.
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r'f '1 till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan-
am'
10:45 Temple Of Dreams"
11:00 Conqert Under Tbe Stars
J3;00Slra Off.
Wild Shot
Injures ;
2 Youths
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NEW YORK. Aug. 13 fUPt
William Hooper,: 23, disturbed, by
a racket that sounded as though a
ang of hoodlums was bent on
ooting his house, picked up e ,23 ,23-caliber
caliber ,23-caliber rifle today and fired a
wild snot outside, police said.
The bullet struck, both Michael1
iPelinsky, 18, and David Eitel, 17.
iThey were -critically injured. Pe-
1 lice said the youths, friends of;
Hooper, nad been joy-riding with
I other teenagers and decided to vi
sit him.
ROSI PRIZK,
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (UP)
City editor William H. Bowles
of the Grand Rapids Herald won
first prize at a local rose -show.
The trophy was awarded by the
opposition newspaper, the Grand
Rapids. Press. ,.,'. 1 :,'

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,-OLYMPIC STAMPSThe Dutch post olBee; on the occasion
of the loth Olympic Games, Is issuing a set of stamps to con con-;
; con-; tribute toward the cost of sending Inert teams to Melbourne,
a Australia. The stamps symbolise sailing, -track, hockey and
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- BUENOS AIReI, '"'Aug;': ;'i3 'iVPy
-A xttorious seducer and duellist
who by his own confessions killed
32 men and dishonored 72. women
has been acquitted here by a jury
of internationally famous penoloj-
isis.apa, jurists,
VI.
The 5-2 verdict' of acquittal came
after only seven minutes of delib
erations, at the conclusion of a
trial lasting several days and giv given
en given widespread nublicit.v.'l
'The1 defendant was Don' Juan.'i
the legendary character from Se Seville;
ville; Seville; Spain, whose- amatory feats
have inspired leading piaywrignts
and .composers for many years.
' In the academic "trial.V held
in ; the French circle here, Luis
Jimenez De Asua, ( world-known
Spaiiish penologist, end French Ac
tress Renee Barell acted as de
fense attorneys for Don Juan. Dr,
Mario Blanco, outstanding Argen
tine jurist,- was the prosecutor.
-Blanco blasted Don Juan as an
"anti-social element, and boastful
criminal who spoke of his misdeedw
with veritable fruition.' , .
Jimenez De .Asua said the nest
defense of Don Juan was that his
victims,.-the ladies, worshiped
him as their, idol.!', Pon Juan was
a myth and as such cannot be con convicted,
victed, convicted, he I said, . : v. ; ,
. Of two 'women jurors, one voted
for acquittal and the other for con con-ytcUon,,
ytcUon,, con-ytcUon,, .f .., t .. ,
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VTABY, Sweden, Aug. 13 (UP)
A cloud of deadly poison gas
from a .broken can of insepticide
hung over the tracks at the rail railroad
road railroad station in this southern Swed Swedish
ish Swedish town today. Vf ..- t : ?
Police and firemen' wearing, gat
masks .cordoned the- station off,
They said anyone going too near
the gas could be killed instantly;
A: porter accidentally1 dropped
the' can' 6f Insecticide,- It is so
lethal that it must be diluted witH
water: in' t 2000-1 ratio before itj
is safe to use. -i
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I Robert Wagner In a startling new,role! It bappened
with ever, jirl he met! It was so easy for him to fan in
love... So easy to r one kiss too far... So easy to find a
way out MURDER! "A KISS BEFORE DYING-'taf.lrned
in CmemaScope and eojor ON THURSDAY 16 AT THE LUX

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200,000 German;
Protestants Meet
For Conference
' FRANKFURT. eermanv? nAuir
13 (UP) An estimated 200,000
persons stood before a 100 foot
cross, yesterday .to hear, sermons
and reports on the five-day Ger German
man German Protestant Kirchentag con con-ferepce.'f
ferepce.'f con-ferepce.'f f i n -h? .j.
' A t2,000-band nd a 3,000 voice
cnol K. rendered hum ns foi the con congregation
gregation congregation which Included 25,000
t-asi uermans. ;
The major -theological r decision
made by the conference was f-to
ask the church to re introduece
the (private confession to German
Jfrotestanf practice. .m
-Morer than 70,000 deleeales par
ticipated in the dicscussions on the
church t place in modern, life,
Mental Potientli
Jumps 12 Floors'
To jnstant Death
NEW, YORK. Aug, 13 (UP)
A 59-year old Cleveland, 0 h i e
woman fell or jumped to her death
from-tne 12th' floor of a" Manhat
tan notei yesterday., V5y,
- ronee 'identified the 1 women as
Mrs.. Marie O'Neil who, they said,
was released. irora a mental. an
sutution this morning on a pass.
Police said her husband. CvriL
first took her to church and then
to his suite at the Hote' Stanhope.
O'Neil said his wife plunged from
a window wm;e ne was in an, ad
joirning room. ' .".
gukds Hade young
It, Is no longer necefiiry to uffr
from lont 'Of rlfour .ntreu)in"i ana
deprwflon, became an American Lab Lab-i
i Lab-i oratory .ha diwovfwd lb aay way
to na theaa troubln'.
' Thlo diaoovary la in pleaaaat, av av-,
, av-, to-Utko taMat (orm. ia bo:ut!r
tiarmlcsa. and it brlnirlna new youth
and vitality to thouaanda. It work!
directly on-th gland and rorvaa.
You can a and Ie) yourlfstttng
younger.
This amazing new gland and vigor
restorer, called VITAB9 ha' bean
'roved bv thousanda In lha United
Staie and la now distributed by
chemlata hara. VI-TABS maliei .you
feel full of vl(r and energy and
yeart younger. Get Vl-TABS from
your druggiat today to roatora -Vlfour
and Vitality. .- ,

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DIsccvcrs Genuine
Orollo Of Tiberius
ISLE OF CAPRL: Italr: AM: IS

(UP) This isle of sun and iow-
ers had one more tourist attrac-!
tion today the-"Genuine Grotto of
Tibsr'us."
Italian world skin diving chsm-'
F.ut- Maimondo Bucher 'reported
uiscovering me grotto in wmch Ro Roman
man Roman Emperor Tiberius went
swij-.mine with members if his
court after retiring to. Capri and
luiuuig uver siaie auairs in nome
to cruel minister Sejanus.
Bucher said he reached the
high-vaulted grotto, adjoining the
world 1 famed "Blue Grotto,"
through an underwater tunnel. He
said he found the remains fo steps
ana otner improvements apparent apparently
ly apparently dating back to Roman times,
tight reflected in the water and on
the walls nf the cave through the
underwater passage provided an
even more fantastic scenery than
in the la Wed Blue Grotto, he said.
' Bucher said other passages
which he did not explore branch branched
ed branched out from the new grotto to towards
wards towards the interlor-of the island.
One of them may have been used
by Tiberius, to climb down Into the
Cave. v;;o.
The Blue Grotto was long bellev bellev-ed
ed bellev-ed to be the Site where Tiberius
and his court bathed, until archeo archeo-logists
logists archeo-logists proved it did not fit the de description
scription description given in historic records.
Tiberius, the emperor in whose
reign Jesus Christ was crucified.
retired to; Capri in 7 A.D. after
surrendering the reins of govern government
ment government in Rome to Sejanus, who
was later, murdered for his cruel cruelty.
ty. cruelty. h'V j-1 ..-.V
In Capri,, Tiberius built 12 villas
named, after the 12 main gods, of
Rome of which several ruins are
still extant. .. .-, ;
Former Ambassador
To Poland Dies
In I.sy York
NEW YORK. Aug. 13 (UP)-,
Arthur, Bliss Lane, 62, former
u.s. ambassador to Poland, died
of an acute liver infection at
Doctors Hospital last nisht..
Lane, a native of Brooklyn,
N.Y., entered the U.3. diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic service in 1916. His last post
was. as ambassador to Poland
after World War II. He resign resigned
ed resigned that post in 194? because he
wished, as he wrote President
Truman, i "to speak nd write
openly, 'Without being hamper hampered
ed hampered by diplomatic convention1,
regarding the present tragedy
of' Poland.;- V s ,.l-,v
(Since that time he hM !writ:
ten a -number of books,1 indud indud-inft
inft indud-inft f How' Russia- Rules' Poland''
and "I saw Poland Betrayer". He
has also "lectured and served on
several committees working ,for
a free Poland. -J ::-':.
Lane Is-survived by ""his wife,
the -former' Cornelia Thayer
BaMwin.- Their only child. Mr
Margaret'-Bliss Ninde; died In
1947.""
Lane was nnceald to have
presented his credentials ? to
mnnrm Ifrnirarninanf than 0 Tl V
otner-GiDiomai 01 nis era. nu
begpn his' diolomatJc career im-meditlv-
after i his frraduation
from Yale- as secretary to the
American. Ambassador hi Rome.
He subsequmtlr served in env
bawles In Londnn. W r S w,
Swltzrlarrl "d Mexico- CWv!
, . L a
na in rn uenariameiib ui
State at- -Washington. v
'Nftmed minister to Nirara4u..
he later, servrvl es M'ster to
Estonia. Latvia and -LithuarM.
Yugoslavia .and Costa Rir..He
wa named mbay8dor to Co
lombia in 1941 "d in 1944 v
oointd Amba.fdor to t,M Pol Pol-ih"'
ih"' Pol-ih"' Oovirnment' irt eytl ;-i'i
London. ,Vn was nmd Ambas Ambassador,
sador, Ambassador, to Poland in 1945.
if-v f ni 1 1 1 ;
Wav rrrv At'fcni. f iTP i i
nunicipa' i jude received a notf
tmm a Ttrnit moorit ticWcd
h nnlira hri 'fhr trivilia" With S
pfective mfffer.T.Tno re-vj I
"I am entering my plea oi gu"tyi
on the thai"e of eteessiVe noi-
ie to w'fer. I have: remotedj
the muffler." J '

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, NEW YORK, Aiivl3 (UP) A pitcher for
every occasion ? that's Fred Haneys formula for
keeping the Milwaukee Braves on top in the torrid
National League pennant race.

'v.... n..vl la'tKA frM man with
w utraiirht victories over the
nrnntivn nodeera and Lew Bur
dette't the No. 1 boy when it
comes to handling the slugging
Cincinnati Redlegs. Burdette
rfirt it for the third time without
toss yesterday when he beat
the Redlegs, 8-2, ana enaDiea w
Braves to now men ya-a"
firxt-nlaca lead.
Burdette: raising his record to
14-7, pitched a five-hitter as
the Braves raised their season's
dge over the Redlegs to '8-4;
They've beaten the Redlegs eight
of their last 10 meetings during
which they've auowea Cincinna Cincinnati
ti Cincinnati sluggers a total of 28 runs
i- iiint 2 ner s-ame.
rpha SnvH harfcrl '' Rurdette
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With an eight-hit attack that
' included two-run singles by Bill
Bruton and Bobby Thomson.
The assault kayoed 16-game
winner Brooks Lawrence In 5 2-3
irminff. and handed him his
fifth loss to his last seven dec!
fiOnS.
The second-place Dodgers
kept pace with the Braves
when they walloped fonr hom homers
ers homers in routing Robin Roberts
and beating the Philadelphia
Phillies, 7-3. Cart Furille hit
two round-trippers and Randy
Jackson, and Peewee Reese one
each as Roger Craig received
credit for his 11th win. The
loss was Roberts' 12th compar compared
ed compared to 14 victories.
Jim King knocked In three
runs -with a homer and a bases-
filled single to lead the Chicago
Cubs to a 6-2 decision over the
St. Louis Cardinals and the
teams battled to svf scoreless
deadlock In the second earn of
their double-header. Stan Muslai
doubled in the sixth Inning of
the opener to tie Mel Ott's Na National
tional National League mark of 1,071 ex extra
tra extra base hits but it : wasn't
enough to deprive Bob Rush of
his 11th victory. Herman, weh weh-meler
meler weh-meler and Jim Davis matched
shutout pitching--until 'the
nightcap was halted by, dark
ness attet. nine inning v

Paul RicMrds SaysVMckey
Is Better flitter, Than Ruth

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; By MILTON RICHMAN
" NEW YORK, Aug. 13 (1JP) (1JP)-Paul
Paul (1JP)-Paul Richards of the Baltimore
Orioles, a fellow who Isn't easily
convinced, said today "Mickey
Mantle is a better hitter than
Babe Ruth."
"Baseball has been looking for
the super player a long time,"
said the Baltimore manager.
"Now they can stop looking be because
cause because Mantle is that player.
- "He can hit. better than any anyone,
one, anyone, else, he can field better
than any one else, he can throw
better and he can run better.
What .else Is there?- From what
he has shown me; think he is
a better 'hitter than Ruth.:
Mantle, who walloped his
41st homer against the Orioles
in the opener of a donblehead-
er yesterday,. Is now 1J games
' ahead of Ruth's reeord.
"Most people simply don't re realize
alize realize the. phenomenal power
Mantle has,5 Richards contln-;
ued, .- v' ,V
"Take that home run lie hit
off Skinny Brown on Saturday.

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CRISTOBAL 2121

Bill Vlrdon's two-run, fourth
Inning triple gave the Pittsburgh
Pirates a 3-2 victory over the
New York Giants and the Bucs

then nounded out 17 hits to
complete a sweep of the double double-header
header double-header with an 11-3 decision.
Fred Waters received credit for
his second victory and contrib
uted a three-run triple to tne
Pirates' biggest attack of the
campaign. Vera Law picked up
his fifth triumph in the opener.
Mickey Mantle slammed his
41st homer to go 13 games ahead
of Babe Ruth's record pace as
the New York Yankees beat the
Baltimore Orioles, 6-2 and 4-2,
to increase their American
League lead to 8Vi games., Man
tle, who xnocKea m tnree runs
in the opener," scored, the dec!
slve run of the nightcap on a
single dv Bin SKOwron. Don tar
sen and Bob Turley were the
winning pitchers. v v ; r
The second-place Cleveland
Indians heat the' Kansas Cltv
Athletics, 6-3, when Rocky Co-:
lavito smashed a tnree-run
homer in the e'ghth inning.
Herb Score struck out 14 bat batters
ters batters to raise his season total
to 182 and record his 12th vic victory.
tory. victory. Bobby A viia also homered
fur th Indians. V.,;
'i The Washington : S e n ators
made It nine hits In "13 gamesl
with the third-place Boston Red
Sox when they beat them.' 8-2
with the aid of Jim Lemon's 20th
homer, Bud Byerljr picked up his
first American League win as
the senators rapped f out, Red
Sox pitchers for 1 hits.
Billy Hoeft fanned six and
pitched an eight-hitter to give
the Detroit Tigers a 5-2 triumph
over the Chicago White Sox.
Frank Boiling's three-run homer
was the difference as Billy Fierce
suffered his fifth loss against 17
wins.-, i
YESTERDAY'S STAIU-Stan
Musial of the Cardinals,' who
tie Mel Ott's National League
record when he collected his
1,171st extra base hit. :!
Brown threw him a kmicWer."
The ball Mantle hit would have
been merely a routine fly ball if
anyone else had hit It But It
landed In the upper right field
deck for a home rua
In passing. Mantle also ex exploded
ploded exploded the myth that he couldn't
hit Baltimore pitching.
Until the start-of the latest
four-game series 'with the Orio Orioles,
les, Orioles, which wound up yesterday,
Manue naa iaiiea to nit a homer
off a Baltimore pitcher this
season and showed a batting av
erage of only219 against the
Orioles. -. -r t
. In the four games with- Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, however, the switch-hit
ting Yankee: center 1 1 e 1 der
pounded out seven hits, lnclud
tag two homers, in 12 official
times un for a ,583 figure, v He
also boosted his season average
to ;---t v. i.-.
Even Baltimore's pitching
coach, Harry (The Cat) Bre Bre-cheen,
cheen, Bre-cheen, who speat. most of his
active career in the National
.League with the St Louis Car-,
dlnals, couldn't help but be.
Arrives
Cristobal
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Wore Dounce
To The Ounce,

That's All
NEW YORK, Aug., 13-(UP)-If
the major leagues are using a
"rabbit" ball these days, what in
the name of Abner Doubleday
are they using In -the Interna International
tional International League?
V The Toronto Maple Leafs a a-lone
lone a-lone accounted for 11 home
runs in two games dur'ng the
weekend. They hit four Satur Saturday
day Saturday night in dropping an 11-4
decision to the Buffalo Bisons
and then added seven more in
beating the Bisons, 10-8, Sun Sunday.,
day., Sunday., ;., .;-.,':.V.,'.'
Mike Gollat, Carl .Sawatski
and Ed Stevens all former mat
Jor leaguers each collected two
homers Sunday, enabling the
Leafs to maintain their two two-game
game two-game lead over second-place Mir
aml..s ,- :..VV (.:-.; f
. In other single games San San-day,
day, San-day, home "runs by Earl York
and Clyde Farrls carried the
Montreal Royals to a 4-1 ver verdict
dict verdict ever the Rochester Red.
Wings, while Miami scored
seven runs in the second in inning
ning inning to defeat Richmond, 8-6.
"Havana swept its doublehead doublehead-r
r doublehead-r with Columbus. 2-1 and 4-0.
Emilio Cueche limited the Jets
to five hits in the opener and
oju joe Hauen twined a four-hit
shutout in the nightcap. ; i
'"-V.: i 'n j mn.rj'W"
. Lenders ?
In The Majors
4 LEADING HATTERS
(Based on 256 official at abts) ;
; NATIONAL LIAGUI
riayer, Club g ab r h pet
Aaron, Mil. 105 415 77 141 .340
Moon, St L. 107 382. 69 125 .327
Musial, St. J 111 424 62 134 .316
Se'dienst, N.S. 83 298 34 94 J15
Bailey, ClncL 1 84,231 44 1-85,414
AMERICAN LIAGiri
Mantle, N.Y. 107 391100145 .371
Williams, Bos. 92 260 45 92 .354
Vernon. Bos..- 87 300 5M01 .337
Kuenn, Det. 102 401 63 134 .334
Maxwell, Det. 101 352 72 117 J32
jwanue,)New York-4.i.;, 41
Snider, Dodgers 32
Adcock,. Braves ji. ....... 28
Kluszewski,. Redlegs ..... 27
. Robinson, Redlegs, 25
, Banks, Cubs ............ 25
v RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks: ..,.;.i.vl04'
Kallne,, Tigers u.. ... 92
Simpson, Athletics ...... 88
Musial, Cards 87
iWertz, Indians 82
V..
. 'RUN!
;Mantle, Yanks i
Robinson, Redlegs
86
80
78
77
77
sniaer, Dodger,
Fox, White Sox
, Yost, Senators
Aaron, Braves
ITS
Mantle, Yanks
145
141
139v
137
134
134
Aaron. Braves
Kallne, Tigers ....',
Fox, White Sox
Kuenn. Tieers
Musial, cards
' PITCfllNG ;
(Based on 11 Dee'sionsi
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Brewer, Red Box ....16 4
.800
Niwcombe, Dodgers II 5
Buhl, Braves 14 4
Ford. Yanks v. A .... 14 4
Pierce, White' Sox 17 S
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impressed.'
"I've never seen :anvon who
could hit a slow blow farther
than Mantle," he said. i : ; ;
Mantle, himself, doesn't seem
to share in all the excitement
around him about his slugging
exploito....' (.'; r:;, -
t'T don't' think about1 It,' he
replied, when someone asked
him how he felt about his
chances of breaking Ruth's all-,
time .record. -, r. f.,. '.
"It; makes no difference to me
whether I do or I don't," he add added.
ed. added. .Those are his exact words but
ne nappens to be dead wrong.
The difference of whether he
does or doesn't break Ruth's rec record
ord record of 60 homers in one season
could easily mean close to a mil million
lion million dollars to him. Of a
QUICK i::ip rc?.
ASTHMA MUCUS
Atthmi and Bronchltli ttttcki r
yeluneui t year bdy, andcmln
your troifth, ruis your hUth. and
aka yur hurt Mandte quickly
atarta ta -work throuh th. Mood to
overcom, Aathma and BronPhltla at-
tacki. Helpa dtiaolva atrantlint ma manic,
nic, manic, promotoa (m, ay brMthlnr.
Mandaco'a artloa la quick avan In
Try aid and atubborn aaa. Oat
Mndaco from any druxatora todiv,
and fjrhow mueh bttryou ilp una
hrtatna tonlsht, how much Improved
yon fl tomorrow, Mandaca flrhti
Asthma, Bronciitla and Hay favar.

President Remon Racetrack
Gets 3 More Track Records

v
AM

- TANK TRIUMVIRATE This trio will represent the United
' States (jn. women's, three-meter springboard, diving in the
t OlympicCames. They are, left to right Mrs. Patricia McCorv
. mick and DetrojLt s Barbara Gilders and. Jeanne Stunyo. -. -

Jose Edwin Captures Isthmian

Veltenveight
rvw -Tn Edwin was 'the
new welterweight champion 'to 'today
day 'today by virtue of his unanimous
15-rouna decision win overn
lBlue,of Panama :at -toe. ;Coipn
Arena last nignit .-i: ;v-r"
The fight was a dull, yawn
producing affair which had
the small crowd- wondering
out aloud if the- match was
really a championship bout as
was nnounced Edwn weigh-.'
ed 146 pounds to Blue's 146Vi. 146Vi.--
- 146Vi.-- FiBhtine-with -a-right hand
that was injured in the flrst
round,- the winner used only his
left most of the way, ana ii was
the -opinion of the majority of
the spectators that had the new
chamn been able to use bom ms
mltU effectively, he would have
kayoed the evidently, out-of-con-dltion
Blue from as early as the
11th round.: :-;v '. z.
The loser's best rounds were
the second, third and fourth
when he landed vicious right
hand blows to the ribs, al-
though he Just as often fanned
tne breeze crasuy -wun w w-waril
waril w-waril underhand iwinrs.
ReVeral times v durine tne
match Edwin complained to ref
eree colon. Al Brown ot Blue s
butting.-- '.';v'v.v
Althoueh definitely 'i holding
tiie unner hand from the elehth.
heat on,, the new charnplon ap-4
peared to be punchy on sev-s
eral occasions, wnen jie movea
to the wrong direction in get getting
ting getting to vhls- corner i 'between
The only "exciting moment )
of the fight came after the
bell had rung to end the sev- ;
enth stanta when both fignt fignt-era,
era, fignt-era, who had shown almost no.
By BEANS REAR DON
24 Years in National Uigu
- Written far NEA Service
QtESTIONA runner, heads in
to second base to break up a dou
ble play. He i doesn't slide, but
runs straight up and in a direct
line with the pivot' man's throw.
Is this interference Tom Maddox.
Answer: No. The runner Is
merely taking his wall being IrK
ta his own bands. What uuUy"
happens is that the pivot ntan
throws any way and tho runner
doot a quick job of ducking. : .'
Q. With a runner .on second
base, Uie pitcher stretches, then
comes to a Bait for a full second.
He glances at. second base, then
turns snd fakes, a throw. Is this
a balk? Tony la vellcUo.
O. With two out and a runner
on third base, a batter strikes out.
The pitch gets away from the
catcher. The runner comes home,
but tbe batter beads for the. dug dugout
out dugout in disgust, failing to note the
missed catch. Tne catcher runs
half way to the dugout and tags
him otit. The runner scored first.
Does .the run. count? Louis Jor
dan.
A. No. Tho bitter wat out far.
heading to tho dugout.

i

Championship
action during the heat, decid decided
ed decided to slug it out after the gong
sounded. The. Teferee had the,
time of his. life separating
; them; ;r-';'i. 1"tv'?!,'s',,'r'
Although Edwlft won-th? fight
easily, taktngthe last seven
rounds, in a gallop, little' or no
praise was riven him by the
spectators. v :
. As one rlngsiaer put it, "it
was Just a matter of which of
;the two -was worse." -v. i :
--In the .nalr's first .encounter
late last year, Blue was the win winner
ner winner by'a split decislon,; j
The three nreiuninaries -some
what made up tor the lack lus lustre
tre lustre 'main 'eventA-U-.jiiH-
In the six-round semifinal Ed
win sykes, -119, ;boxed and
clowned his way to a unanimous
decision over Basillo Williams,
122. It was reported that Wil Williams
liams Williams was arrested by Colon Se Secret
cret Secret Police agentj as he weighed
in yesterday, on a cnarge or BUS'
plclon of theft : ' :
On the request of Boxing
Commission president ; Daniel
DelgadO' Duarte, Will'ams was
granted permission to fulfill
his engagement, wRh the un understanding
derstanding understanding that he be return
ed to custody immediately aft
er the fight. ..
Benito Tunon. 134, gained a
unanimous verdict, over Fenley
Hooker,' 131, In' a lively four four-rounder.
rounder. four-rounder. Hooker, who-was mak
ing his pro debut, was roundly
applauded for his gameenerge gameenerge-tle
tle gameenerge-tle efforts. -v-o-
The curtain: raiser,. also -of
four heats-,?wkS':won by Al Ro Rodriguez.
driguez. Rodriguez. 1384. by unanimous de
cision. Tne aoser, Youpe v ATcnie
Moore,? weighed 138.': Rodriguez
substituted for Rodolfo .Henry.

GMWlub Notes

The-Navy landed at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Guri Club's. August Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament with both feet firmly
planted and an eagle eye CPO
John Merry and Lt. Leroy Clem Clement
ent Clement alternated taking the prize
for high-gun and Jiifh expert
The Army's Sp Clell Wiggins was
able to win a close third place
In the, aggregate but i was not
close enough to give Merry and
Clement any serious -trouble. ) -r
The' match in general was a
well balanced group with the
prizes In the expert, sharpshoot sharpshooter
er sharpshooter and marksman class being
well distributed among the 24
shooters. The competition was
tough enough that several found
serious pressure shooting will
cause those high practice scores
to be hard to fire. Each match
saw the various shooters turn turning
ing turning their scopes to other targets
to check their standing as they
fired,'-;,.- ; v
The ;match: officials: were:
Richard Hammond, supervisor:
Fred E. Wells, executive officer;
Mrs. N. E. Dillman, statistical
officer, Mrs. Peggy Keller, asst.
statistical officer; ; Duke, grange
officer., ; '.. .. -,t
The winners are as follows:
Match 1 Fine fire 20 Shots i
U. Leroy Clement High Gun,
189. -,,
-' CPO John Merry, High Expert,!
187. 1 t .v
; CPO Earl Taylor, High SS, 179.
PFC James W.. Mathews Jr.,
High Mkm, 172. ; ;
. Match 2 Rapid -Fire

Yesterday was another record
bustin' day at the new president

Remon race track. Two track
records and a new mark for na natives
tives natives were set at the fast mile
oval. 'On Saturday one track
record and one native standard
were lowered.
Record breakers yesterday
were raqukro wth 1:24 4-5 for
seven furlongs, Opulento with
1:53 for one mile and one-,
eighth and the remarkable na native
tive native thoroMghbred Tolly Bar
with 1:03 lor frre furlongs
the latter's second record for
natives In two weeks. -Saturday
.Elko, sprinted six
furlongs in. 1:12 and native
sprinter Yosikito toted 124
pounds to turn seven furlongs in
1:29. Yosikito barely got up to
nose out Don Brigida in a thrill thriller
er thriller to close the program.
Yesterday's nightcap proved
Just as exciting. MutuelsJavo MutuelsJavo-rite
rite MutuelsJavo-rite Town's, Wall outdueled Me Me-lendes
lendes Me-lendes to score by a short head
after a nip. and tuck battle all
the way. Jockey Jose Bravo, up
on the winner, cot a. thunder
ous applause for his splendid
nae pn tne cuadra Mexico ace.
Town's Wall turned the mMe
d'stance In 14 1-5, only two two-fifths
fifths two-fifths of a second off the best
tim thus far made for a mile
at th new track.. Mossadeq,
Kadir and Cachafai trailed
Town's WaU and Melendes In
tbat order..
Cristlan Rebolledo was the
winnlngest Jockey with three
victories. Bravo and Bias ilrre
nad two each. ,.,-;
The .dividends;
1 "'
.riRST RACE : :
1 Venganza $9.20, 3.
2 Golden Wonder $2.40."
SECOND RACE
1 Petite 88.80, 5.60. .'
2 Apache $22.60.
First Double: "f 62.61.
,-v. t .!:,,-.
' THIRD RACE
1 Mettd $5.80. 3.
2 Chepanlta $2.80.
-?. p one-xwo: iis.60. ;
FOURTH RACE ; i
1 Tuny Bar (excluded
netting). ,'
2 Solito $10.20, 4.80v
3- Bull Flea $3 J0.J f.
;;; ulnlelai $15,49..
. . FIFTH RACE
Regla $6.60. 3.20.
2 Little Blue $2.80.
-'VSIXTHRACE:-'
IlMelrose $4.40, 3.60.-
2 Suntonner $3.60. I
rH ;SEVENTH RACE--f
lJaquimazo $21 .40, .20 1 1 ;!
2 White Apron $5.20. '
Second Double: $75.46.
'. 'A '-'.',.;. I,
- EIGHTH RACE
1 JOpulento $22, tefrxl-vt;:
2 Alhalar $4.60.i v j&
Quiniela: $56.80.;
: fib t T iWTTH. RACE iilX"
1 Paqulro $4.40, JUW
2- OUfeboat ,$3.20. 'j1;; ;
One-Two:. $8.46'
-'. i -.(.: '.i.-i'T
, TENTH RACE V- C
1 Town's-Wall $5, 3 20.
2 Melendez $4J20. i.i ; ;
Egypt Withdraws
From Olympics
CAIRO, Egypt, Aug. 11 (UP)
WEgypt's General Sports F ador adoration
ation adoration annouttcod yootorday that
Egypt la' withdrawln from the
Melbourne Olympic same.
Tho announcement .-, gave no
reason for the withdrawal.
- Infarmad aaurcot aaid. howCv.
arr that the reason was pure!
athletic and not connected, with
tho Sues dispute."
8U
St. Leroy Clement, High Gun,
187.
CPO John Merry. High Ex
nert 179.
CPO Frederick V. Tugh, High
SS, 168.
PFC Frank V. Matusek, High
Mkm, 154.
Match 3 Slow Fire 56 Yards
CPO John Merry, High. Gun,
18B.
Sgt Emll- W. Heugatter, High
Exp., 184. v v .,
John Pettier. Hteh SS. 170.
Pfc Frank V.: Matuszek, High
Mkm. 152. ,.,' a v
Match 4 Nat'onal Match Course
- Lt Leroy Clement, High .Gun,
281. .'..,:-
CPQ John Merry, High Expert,
278. .. ',
CPO Earl Taylor. High SSi 255.
Philip Dexter, High Mkm, 233.
Match 5 Atcregate
CPO John Merry,. High Gun,
830. ; ,"
Lt. Leroy Clement, 2nd, 818. n.
So Clell Wieelns. 3rd. 801.
Lt Col. Arthur G. May, High
Exo., 796. v -i .-
CPO Earl Taylor. Hien SS. 7S4.
, pnmp Dexter, Hign MKm, 073
; The following schedule of pis
tol matches are announced: 22
caliber matches Sept 9 and Oct.
7. The matches are open to all
members of the Armed Forces,
Canal Zone Police : and Lock
Guards, and all members of all
1 gun clubs on the isthmus. The
i Oct 7 match will be used to de
clde -the Balboa. Gun. Club 22
champion.

Editor: CCNRADO SARCEANT

; I!:I!:n:I
Tmsm i W
MMwaukee . 65
Brooklyn . ..64
l Pet n
42 .687
44 .593 Hi
ine'nnati ... 63
46 J78 3
54 .503 11
55 .486 13
61 : .440 18
St. Louis i 55
Philadelphia 52
Pittsburgh . 48
Chicago 44
New York 39
62 .415 20',
66 ..371 25 Kj
y.j TODAY'S GAMES
.- Brooklyn at New York (N)
Cincinnati at Mlwaakee (N)
Only games scheduled .
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Clno'nnati 000100100 2 5 1
MUwaukee 303 002 OOx 8 8 6
Lawrence (16-5), Gross, Fow
ler, Acker, Black and Bailey.
Burdette, (14-7) aud Rice.
-'-"' a-Paaaaaa.:.'.' i. j
Philadelphia 100 006 011 3 10 6
Brooklyn, 603 102 Olx 7 ,9 1
Roberts (14-12)." Flowers and
Lopata. ': v
Craig (11-7), Lablne and How
ell.
(First Game) :.v-
St Louis i 600 002 W 2. 1 6
Chicago 613 Oil OOx 6 13 6
Biayiock (0-4), McDanieL ua-
dle, Konstantr and Cooper, v
uusn iu-i) ana tniu... :
(Second Game) ,
St. Louis 000 060 0006- 7 1
Chicago OOOOOOOflO 5 1
Wehmeier and Eatt, Cooper,
iDav's and Chiti. j
(Called on account of dark-
ness);,..,.
(First Game ,
New York 000 000 1012
Pittsburgh 030 000 OOx 3
4;6
5' 2
Wil-
Gomes (6-12). Rtdslk.
helm, Grissom and Sarni.
Iw (5-13) and FoUes.
(Second Game)
N York AA1A01 S It S
Pittsburgh 821 412 Olx II 17 : 1
jncuau u-t,. tuaziKa jrvuneun
and Westrnm.
Waters (2-1), Face and Poles.
tknlb lii Position
To Bred B2S13V:
Home-Run Record
NEW YORK, Atigf. 13 (UP)
Mickey Mantle moved into a
position today where he'll breax
Babe Ruth's home run record if
he finishes the season as well as
he started It -
With 41 home runs in 111.
games, the Yankee slugger
needs 20. in his last 43 games
to set a new mark. He bit 20 in
his first 41 games this season.
Mickey will be idle today be because
cause because the Yankees have an off
day. But he'll resume his quest
of a new mark Tuesday when
the Boston Red box are expect
ed to pitch Mel Parnell against
tne yanKees at tne stacuum.
Mantler has hit three homers a-eainstthe-
Red : Sox at Yankee
stadium this Year but hasn't yet
touched Parnell for a round-
tripper, if

26 modern "Santa" ahips anillng the
Americas 'with fast and frequent
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SA "SANTA MARU Due Cristobal, CJ5. ..,...Ang. 22
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S.S. "SANTA BARBARA". Sails Cristobal, C.Z. ...Aug. 21
FROM U.S. PACIFIC 4 WEST COAST CENTRAL -AMERICA
TO BALBOA AND CRISTOBAL, C. Z.
S S. "SANTA FE" .....:;.'.. Due Balboa, k. Sept. 21
S.S. "SANTA ANITA", Due Balboa, C. Z. Oct 10
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Cleveland; . 63 45
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Boston
6Z 47 J6S 10
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52 58 .473 20V,
48 62 .436 24 U
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Chicago ;'.'
Detroit :
Baltimore
Washington
Kansas City 37 72 J40 35
TODAY'S GAMES
Open date. ; p
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Rime)
Baltimore 600 001 0102 6 6
New York 330 000 OOx 6 6 6
Ferraresa M-i). Pmiin atui
Trlandos, ,. V
Larsen (7-3) and Berra. f
(Second Game) 1
Baltimore - 000 026 600 X 11 t
Uiew York 002 101 OOx 4 .7
WJgnt (6-10) and Trtanrfiw
Smith..-' ::r .y-i-Xi
Coleman. Byrne. Morran f 4-xl
and Berra. ?.
,v'...,' .- :-. ." -.-' -vs.:: j.;.'ai...f,'
Cleveland 600 021 6126 8 t
Kansas City 101 001 0003 1 I
Score (12-7) and Hegan. n ;
Kretlow (4-6). and Ginsberg
Boston i AAA em aiA v a
Washington 202 013 Oflx 8 14
'ixon (-5), rorterrieidV Hurd.
Stone. Bverlv (1-Z). Pianuat
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and Berberet t
Chicago'' 101 000 OOOUl ... fit
Detroit 100 301 OOx 5
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Lollar.- f. ;n
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Pair Of Rookies

Spark To
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SPORTING NEWS t
V Iv ROB WOLF
aani. rnnm a noe hvA rTCf r

rookies brightened the Braves') the hands of the. Dodgers. They
outlook s they returned from the made three of the eight Milwau Milwau-East
East Milwau-East for a brief stand at home a-kee hits in a 4 to S setback at
.:. h thrp nther western Pittsburgh that nieht. The next

.li.Ki
Wes Covington' and Felix Man
tilla got into the lineup toward
l. A nt .the eastern trio be
cue m -
cause Bob Thomson and Johnny
Logan had bogged down as hitters,
and they did so well that Manag Manager
er Manager Fred H a e n y devised a plan
which would give him greater use
of his reserve strength.
Thomson and Logan were bench benched
ed benched Aug.' 3, when the Braves be began
gan began a series at Pittsburgh. Both
had been helpless against Dodger
:..;.,, nrf their' failures had
had much to do with the fact that
the Braves lost tnree oui oi iour
tk. vital ceriex with the world
ill uiv -
champions, Covington went to, left
fiel(t as he had several previous
times this season when Thomson s
hitting tailed off, ana manuuii

"N I 'NICE WORK Joanne Gill, left, and Betty Jean Campbell
J watch Jim Bailey keep in shape lifting weights m a Portland,

!w aicri j im Dauey Keep in snape niiing weigiua in roruaiia,
Ore.K.vmnasium; BaHev was the jirst miler to cra;k the four four-ninuu
ninuu four-ninuu baiwer jn.Jh Uniterr Ste. t ""' V '""'"""

JOE j WILLIAMS

"

j. N one should be less eager so Tuw" Archie
rnshed Into rrM
Moore than Jira Norris, curator of ,Kll;the IBC la
- For that reason It Is astonishing to learn xnav te
contemplatoK such a match. shortly a ter the World be rles
the i site; . It could be indoors here, or outdoors in L. A. .-. y
10 b!f hSweight division has W
DOt AKrisiched wlthonmpew jHr
oondia in October,, or ftrit ha d
"'"a nSi'c.n! tone la r.Wnoo'1 lit" b.iiJ. mctt e.r-
not sufficiently so for hitting Pr?ose?' ,,,Hniy n;aw over
There ran be no guarantee that ii woulant breas: bi wji
aeain the tos ttme Peterson scored squarely on .an jinyield ng
there is nothing suspect about Moore durability..
iSrw ivAi. "th as to power and resistance,
only actual tests can tell. f v

HERE'S

' A nersonal medical source, upon being shown the X-ray
plates. Toldthe"lumn' it is his opinion .ment 0
permanent, and that the fracture itself wm MihHl. ,bm
that that is too serious The plates .show ( g J'J
forming in the splintered gaps. due time caJetoatmwm
set in yhen It does the young man wtfl be ready to ngm
,K6i"And how long should that taker
"Eight months., Ten would be better. The more time ou
give this sort of injury, the more you reduce the danger of
self as a firhter of serious rtature was his failure. or re refusal
fusal refusal ti recognke the implacable necessity of gWing a frae-
"'Moor'erokand rebroke his left hand four times la i suc successive
cessive successive i matches in 1940. Obviously, he was returning to action
too soon and, inevitably, the not-yet-healed break reopened
each time it came In contact with a solid object.- .; .--
It was Moore's good luck to be overtaken by an ulcerous
condition early in '41; he was immobilized foi 10 months, dur during
ing during which time nature took enre of his battered hand.. The
hind still becomes puffy and sore after a tough fight, but it
is estructurally sound, and a full-powered blow can be ventured
and accomplished without fear of bone damage. , as was to be
noted the night he dropped Rocky Marciano.
ONE-HANDED FIGHTER
Ring history shows that when the heavyweight division Is
headed by a champion worthy of the name there Is a vitality
oi action and interest that expends to the secondary divisions.
Patterson isn't a thunderous hitter but he Is a brilliant prospect.
Vhy get him knocked off? ;
J If IBC's urgency to match i one-handed fighter with the
"Vsrnarkable Moore is baffling, the" attitude of Patterson's own
handlers, beaded by the usually conservative Cus D'Amato, is
simply beyond comprehension.
Let Moore bill himself as the champion. As a matter of
fact, it is a billing to which he is entitled on the basis of past
and comparative performance. But just the same, there is only
one fighter Moore can make bis money with and that's Patter Patterson.
son. Patterson. It will be even bigger by next June. And Ous H. Fan
can be considerably more certain he will see a challenger with
two hands. - ....

Milwaukee

drew his first starting" assijnment
it Khftrtctnn
The two freshmen immediately
instilled spark in an attack which
had nrnriuH stnlv three runs and
18 hits in three straight defeats at
day. Mantilla contributed a single
and tripie, his first extra-oase
hit in the majors, to a T to 3 vic-
tnrv InH nil Ana 5 the Puerto
Iticansingle once and Covingto:i
twice as the Braves won ine ursi
game of double-header, 3 tol.
It was then that Haney set up
his new plan. He restored lagan
to short-stop in the Aug. 4 night
cap, and announced mat nereaner
he would play the veteran regular-
ly except in second games of dou-
hi. v.. J... whan ha wnnld use
U1C11CI1UUD, "1H.U
Aintiii. He keot uovingion in
, m i 1 minified
platoon system-involvini the lat-
TIlAmiMI
LOGAN NEEDS OCCASIONAL
. .. rest aaa--.
"I need Logan id there," Haney
explained. "I need his bat and I
mm
, ... ...... Tinii Patterson
HOW IT IS

1 ;..

Adds

New
s
Attack
need his exoerience and steadiness
in the field. But he's only at his
best if he's kept fresh, and that's
why I intend to play him only one
game a day. He was plenty weary
when I finally took him our of the
lineup at Pittsburgh.
"As fo Covington and Thomson,
they won't be platooned in the
strictest sense of the word. Cov Covington
ington Covington will play against m o s
righthanded pitchers, but not a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst all of 'em. I'll use Thomson
when I figure the situation war warrants
rants warrants it' Thomson also will play
afainct Mthanrfpr. nf course."
As of Aug. 8, Covington bad start
ed six straight games and had
made six hits in 16 times at bat.
10 me joraves ouesne, ne naa
surprised everybody with his fine
defensive work. Held back. all sea
win hv a lack of fieldinir Dolish. he
- " '
provea inai exira practice naa.
jtiiriflAnffe hv malrintf Several
sparkling, catches Thomson conU
ance" purposes when, the Braves
carried a lead into the closing in innings,
nings, innings, but 'the big guy no longer
was considered a defensive liabi liability.
lity. liability. MANTILLA AN ARTIST
IN FIELD
Ufatitill jtnllAtAfi fntir tiitc tn 19
tries in the! three games he play played
ed played in Logan's place. He also dis displayed
played displayed both swiftness and dexteri
ty in ma iieiu, nanuuug io ouuc
es without an error. 1 j
A third regular, Danny O'Con O'Con-nefl,
nefl, O'Con-nefl, also was benched "for light
hitting but his "term in exile did
not last long. The reason was that
Jack Dittmer, given his ump umpteenth
teenth umpteenth shot at the second base job
since O'Connell took It away from
him at the start of the 1954 cam
paign, again fell far short of his
1953 standards. .. M ,rv
. Iriui Bunts? Rill Dnitnn has a
perfect day at bat in the double-
header against the f irates,. Aug.
5, getting two hits in two swings
in earh ffame. The fleet center
fielder followed with three for five
in the opener of the home stand
against the Cubs, Aug. 6...., Hen Hen-rv
rv Hen-rv Aaron hit for the evele in the
Aug. 3 twin-bill, getting a home
nin anil A rinnhle in the first same
and a single and a triple in the!
eennri..; warren Snann nit nis
third home run of the season, a
high mark for national League
Sitchers, against the Cubs, Aug. 7.
n also hurled a steady eieh-hit-
ter to win, 6 to ,1, and post his
194th1 major league. triumph.LBob
BuhL the Braves': biggest winner
wim if victories against luur set setbacks,
backs, setbacks, suffered a slight chip frac fracture
ture fracture of his right index finger

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spite despite the fact that heavy rains
ilrevailed oh the Atlantic side
layout last Saturday.
Bob Armitage, tournament
chairman, as a result, has ex extended
tended extended the period ef qualifi qualification
cation qualification ap to sunset tomorrow.
So far there have been 60
entries posted which, is a ton
g.iderably higher nnmber than
the field ; for the Isthmian
Amateur championship wh eh
took place, last month.. ..,
Oil! Rbfisy Celled M
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Third Siring Calcnsr
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Vnrlr nlant.Q etjher trwtav
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ana saia ne is quuung ine ciun.
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during the second inning of yes-
A-) lt'e rlMtVlA ta4akM AMaMtH
against the Pittsburgh Pirates
and is reported to have remark
ed:"! can't take it any-more.
I've had enough.' . v.v
'Then eo out where ou be
long in the bullpen." Risney re
plied, .-u..:
Whereunon Manean went to
the dressing room, took off his
tinlfnrm a nit mt. there thmuwri
nut. the tlrt era me Vni the
ond game. Mangan put on his
street clothes and took a walk
around the vicinity of Forbes
Field. After the games, he re rejoined
joined rejoined the- other, players 'and
flew back .to. New York with the
team.',. a (";
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T ever nlaveH f nr Mane-an. tnlrt
reDorters wun uie nun. -ax tar
a.a T'm rnnrernet he .nnlrln't
manage in a Class D. League. He
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men .",vi !'
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Waiver Man May, iWin flag for Bums;

Reprinted from the V
' SPORmG NEWS
" By CARL LUNDQUIST V
The new "M" men of the Brook
lyn Dodgers Dale Mitchell and!
Sal Magiie--might well give out
with Crade-A performanced that!
win produce a pennant.
If so it will mark-the latest in a
long line of fabulous inter-lea true
"waiver oeais, designed strictly I
to produce pennants. These deals,
aimosi aiways conducted after the
June 15 tradinff deadline, in the
past nave been a favorite device;
of the Yankees, .but this time it is;
the other league as part of their
"farm system.". ; I
And both Mitchell "snd 'Maghe
are delighted to have left their In Indian
dian Indian regalia behind. in Cleveland
for a new and more stirring tyne
of warfare in the hot National
league pennant scramble.
Mitchell, who won a game 'for
me codgers against the first-place
Milwaukee Braves on Thursday
August 1, in his first time at bat
in a Brooklyn uniform, thinks
there may be many a pinch sin single
gle single in his system. "
"Under the circumstances I had
absolutely no regrets about leav
ing Cleveland and coming over
: here with the Dodgers." Mit
chell. "I have a lifetime batting
average ot wen over .300,' even
though it is true I didnt do much
hitting in the past two seasons."
Mitchell said that the situation
m Cleveland made it impossible
for him to maintain his keen bat batting
ting batting eye, but he thinks he already
has regained it in friendly Ebbets
Field. -iKr-. a."
- "When you rarely i break into
the lineup, and then only as a
pinch-hitter, you just aren't up to
the tempo of the game," he de declared.
clared. declared. "A fellow loses something
just silting on the bench every
day and night. It isn't just your
oatting eye, it is that competitive
urge."
r Mitchell, who said he was in ex excellent
cellent excellent playing shape and looked
it, 'is ready, to play every day, he
told Manager Walter. Alston. Nat
urally, he said, he wanted to get
into, the starting line-up at least
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once in a while, even though hei
knows it will be difficult because

the Dodger veterans now are
pounding the ball as of. old.
, But what has been most distress
ing in the Brooklyn scheme of
things this season has been the aU
most complete failure of its pinch
hitters.
Until Mitchell joined the' "club;
the record was a woeful eigho
pinch-hits in 85 times at bat for a
frightful .094 percentage. j
Mitchell spruced things up im
meidately with his game-winning
hit against Milwaukee s Lew Bur-
dette. It was an old-fashioned Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore chop, bounding so high in into
to into the air that Third Baseman Ed Eddie
die Eddie Mathews had no time to nail
Mitchell at first, even with a tai tailing
ling tailing throw. ; -.
The incident served to point up
that Mitchell, who was indicted for
being a slow man in Cleveland,
was a lot faster than he was ex
peeled to be.- It took some excel excellent
lent excellent kg work to beat out the hit
and Mitchell emphasizes that it
proves he is in top condition.
What also impressed Alston and
other Dodger observers was that
Mitchell stubbornly refused to let
Burdette strike him out. The Mil
waukee right-hander was on a
atrikout spree that night. He had
nailed every Dodger in the lineup!
.... . W..A ,L.H
he reached a two-strike count on
Mitchell, that was as far as he
could go. Jaunty Dale reached out
and fouled off three pitches which
were in a corner of the strike
zone before he connected for his
game-winning hitt. y in
And. of course. Burdette. by fail
ing to nail Dale, lost a rouser of a
ball game. ...'(..-a ., ,a-,.,
Mitchell, in fact, his a remark
able ten-season anti strikeout
mark. During that period, most o
which he was a regular outfield
er, he had a total of only 112
strikeouts chalked up against him
In the past two seasons he. has
been whined only seven times, and
his average for ten years is a Jit
tie more than 11 per season. Some
of baseball's celebrated swing
from the hips hitters have been
known to strike out more than 100
times in me season.
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' "I know they calf me a singles

hitter," said Mitcheu. "w.eu.
don't figure that's a ran because
my big job as I, see it when I get
op there at the plate is to just hit
the Pall. No I didn't try to con
nect for that high bounder against
Burdette, I just wanted to get a
piece of the. ball to bring a run
ner home. Maybe my. motto, .is,
Meet It, Don't Miss It,' and, when
I have had a chance to play reg
ularly I get my share of extra-
base hits, too, including a few
home runs." '
Mitchell, in fact, led theAmer-
ican League in triples with 23 dur
ing he 1949 season and had a ca career
reer career total of 166 doubles, 60 triples
and 41 homers up to the start of
tne current campaign.
.It was significant in that vital
victory for the Brooks over the
Braves as they took the series,
three games to one. that the pitch
ing hero-was Mitchell's Cleveland
companion, Mague. v; t.
Slick Salvator has been a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous asset to the Dodgers
since joining them early ., in the
season. He has a 5-J'won and lost
mark, but that is only halt t h e
story, since he has pitched in sev
eral other games the D o d g e r s
have won. In fact, Clem Labine
and Roger Craig finished up in re relief
lief relief in the game .won by Mitchell,
but the Barber, was razor, sharp
before Alston took him out after a
Milwaukee threat, in the seventh.
"I didn't get,, tired," said Sal.
"In fact I'm sure that I. am as
strong now as I.eyer was. But I
needed work when I came to the
Dodgers, because I sure didn't see
much action when T. was with
the Indians. Now my control is
with me again."'-"
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t 4a vt air a mw aam tak fi iam 4
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play in the National League" as a
gainst the Amencan, but for dif different
ferent different reasons.
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pitchers in Ihe.itional League,
as compared w the American?
I'd have to say -practically ,' no-
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have seen only one or two clubs,

and then only Jn a short series, Iceived this letter from a Cornet.,
you can't do-much in the way ofimerce, Iowa, hun: '?Gntm: Yf".
judging the pitchers for the wholeahbr of our town of Commerce as-4
league." , ; ,, i Comre in ur .br.new tel. drctrv,i
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book" on National League hitters,
whom he tormented for so many
years as the ace of the Giant
pitching staff.

"But I sure didn't get to know''
very much about the American
League hitters, because I saw so
little action with, the India n i,'
That's why I'm so happy to be"''
back in the National League.'
where I can get the work I need'-
and where I know the hitters. ButJ'.
in Cleveland well, you sure don't-"
get much chance to size up the
nitters sitting on the bench." :
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memory to both Mitchell and Mag-I
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rap against him as a slow runner...''

said he had no idea where it has
'started,

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was a few years ago, but that's that's-all,"
all," that's-all," he said. "I'd say this,-though.'-,
I couldn't show much speed in, t
Qeveland. You "can't run up and
down that' bench.', ; 4 ,'-
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season to go, it would be presump-''J
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of MagUe and. Mitchell w o u 1 d
bring the Dodgers a pennant, but,,,
it is the kind of a race in which.
a club may wind up on top by -the
margin of a .single game. And,"'!
riiht now. Dale and Sal can claim.-

six Dodger victories between'
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big pinch-hit and Maglie has five''
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"Red" Rodriguez,, 18, who con con-1
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teenage boys oa New York's.
' lower east side, lighted a clg clg-!
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;D::non Runyon

Has Given Avay
;10 Million Dollars
- NEW YORK, Aug. 13 (UP)-The
.Damon Runyon memorial fund an an-'nounced
'nounced an-'nounced yesterday it had made
grants for cancer research totaling
more than 10 milfion dollars since
it was organized in 1946 ; ;
,The fund said allocations this
summer of $314,300 for institution institution-al
al institution-al studies and fellowships brought
'.total disbursements to $10,242,479,
including grants to 17 institutions
in every state and in 17 foreign
! countries. :.

newspafe

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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham JAneoln.

31st year

PANAMA, R. P, MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 195$

riVE CENTS

Nasser To Offer New Suez Agreement
Within Framework Of United Nations

re-

CAIRO., Aug. 13 (UP) Egyp-I' passer yesterday bluntly

nan rresweni- uamai Abdei Jected the Big Three's plan, to
Nasser may soon 'offer t h e internationalize the Sues Canal
world'! maritime powers a new and warned Britain and Fr.n

agreement guaranteeing free

dom of navigation on the Suez
Canal within the framework of
the United Nations.: informed

sources sald'today.

The agreement would replace
the 1888 contention guarantee guaranteeing
ing guaranteeing freedom of the Suez Canal
but would Incorporate a similar
pledge while reasserting Egypt's
right to nationalize the Canal,

the sources said, ; ;
Nasser was conferring today
with one of Ceylon's top dip dip-plomats,
plomats, dip-plomats, Sir Claude Corea, the
High Commissioner to ; Lon London.
don. London. Yesterday he met with
India's V. K. Khrixhna Me Me-non.
non. Me-non. Both nations have agreed
to attend the4 London Sues
Conference Thursday while
siding with Egypt. s

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Hundreds Of Italian

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Victims' Fccra!

MARCINELLE, Belgium, Aug

13 (UP) Six coalminers were

buried today in the hilltop grave graveyard
yard graveyard overlooking the "B i 1 1 e r

Heart" mine where 252 of their

fellow workers have been en
tombed for five days.

The six, plus five other dead and

six who survived, are the only

ones to have been recovered eith

er dead or aliva from the still

burninc mine.; .......... j

Three of the six and more than

half of the trapped; men; are Ita

lians. Hundreds of Italian coahnin

ers were streaming into town for

the funeral, and the national gen

darmerie, assigned 1,000 men
five times the force on duty since

the disaster struck at 8:30 a.m

Wednesday to preserve public, or

der.

-'Young King Baudouin and his
father, Leopold, as well as Joseph

Cardinal Van Rouy, Primate of
Belgium, and scores of lesser cler clergy
gy clergy and officialdom, attended the

funeral ;

Keeping vigil at the balckened

front gates of the Bois Du Cazier

mine, which belongs to the Amer
coeur (Bitter Heart) Mining Com

pany, were the families of the men
who are trapped half a mile under

their leet.

Down the main shaft of the mine

rescue experts have been working
in relays to get to the trapped
men early this morning they were
trying to choke off a fire in an up upper
per upper gallery in order to get to the
men who are believed, in the two
tower galleries. '.'.. ? v
The men buried today in the Mar-

cinelle Cemetery following funeral

services at St. Marun s church in included
cluded included three Italians, two Belgians
and a Pole.

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mat; "it will be total war" if

mey resort to force.

At. the same time he said he

would call
45 nations
CanaL He
Conference

reaffirmed

a rival conference pf
which use the Suez

termed the London
"incompetent" and
the Suez Canal will

remain Egyptian.

. Nasser underlined his warn-.

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ing of "total war", by putting
all 12 civilian members of his
cabinet into uniform- and
lending them out for an hour's
rifle instruction. They Joined
the new "National Liberation
Army-'for two week's train training
ing training and -the best shot among
them at the end of the ner-

lod was offered a prize. '.

The authoritative Cairo news

paper Alshaab also reported that

live "large warships" arrived at

Alexandria from the Soviet Un Union
ion Union flying the Egyptian flag.

The snips were harbored in a
restricted dock area where

earlier arms were unloaded from

Communist countries.

Nasser delivered his answer to

the, London Conference at a
meeting with several hundred
newsmen in the defunct Lower
House of Parliament. His speech
was unusually mild but when
newsmen started questioning

him after his conciliatory state

ment his words were blunt,

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FLIGHT. Out OF EGYPT Wives and children of British oil
company workers in Cairo are shown at the airport. Armed
with luggage and personal belongings, they were heading back
to England on the report that Britain had asked Its national!
, -. ,to leave unless they had compelling reasons tp atay. v

British Pour Troops; Tanks,
Planes Into Middle East

3 Spanish Mayors
III IIY En Route ;
To Parly In RP
NEW YORK. Aue. 13 fUP)

(UP) The mayors of three Span

ish cities arrived here today en
route to an International Congress
of Mayors in Panama.

The Count of Mayalde. Mayor of

Madrid; Antonio Maria Simarro,
Mayor of Barcelona; and Joaquin

oiazagoitia, Mayor of Bilbao
were welcomed at Idlewild Air Airport
port Airport by the Spanish Consul Gen

eral in New York, Roman de la
PresiDa.

The Madrid and Barcelona chief

executives plan to. depart tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for New Orleans where the
Count of Mayalde is scheduled to
receive special honors from that
city.'' ;,'"""::'.

Zuzagoitia' will remain here for
a few days before joining the oth other
er other two in Panama for the Inter International
national International Congress,: according to

present, plans.,,, ;.p 'i,.-f.'
Paper Claims Red
China Has Licked
UN Trade Embargc

HONG KONG! Aug. 13 (UP)

A pro Communist newspaper
claimed yesterday that Red China
has licked the United Nations
trade embargo.

The New Evening Post said that
ever since the embargo came in
to force in the early months of the
Korean War, Communist China's
trade figures have been increasing
year by year in trade with both
the East and West.
. "This is sound proof that the so so-called
called so-called embargo is definitely dy-

y ing," the aespaper said.

' LONDON, Aug'13 (UP) -Britain
answered Egypt's, refusal to
attend the London Suez conference
by increasing its flow of troops,
planes and guns to the Middle East
today.. i
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Army Vehicles and supplies pour
ed into Britain from the nation's
bases in Germany and were- load loaded
ed loaded aboard transports .for; ship shipment
ment shipment to Malta, Cyprus and Libya.
',:";.;,;" ".a';x.-x', .,.:'sc :
A, hug two-way airlift flaw
thauitndt of troops la rha East Eastern
ern Eastern Maditarranaan and b 0 a n
bringing out mora British worn-'
on and children from rha danger
sane. Scores of planes ware
roaring aH British bates for tho
long trip to the Middle East.

Britain, the United States and
France were prepare to go a-

head with the Thursday confer

ence on internationalizing the Suez,

and, authoritative sources predict

ed the 22-nation conference- would

give token, approval of the west western
ern western plan. ; r.'!.i 'v-ijV;

Asst. Secretary
01 Tho. Armyr Parly
To Visit Canal Zone

IN THE DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT Just as dawn -was breaking over Union, Conn.; a tlrt
blowout, started this fire In a trailer truck which was loaded with vamifh and chemicals. No
.one was injured In the $50,000 blaze." This photo was taken by EUery Kington of the Hart Hartford
ford Hartford Times before firemen arrived minutes later. ?.; ;

E xt r ie m i s t s i Hurl 3 Bom bs In Nicosia
As ; Gy prioK General Strike Dies Out

NICOSIA, Cyprus, Aug. 13
(UP) Extremists tossed three
bombs ; at bars and cinemas in
downtown Nicosia .early yester yesterday;,
day;, yesterday;, ;., : ... : i
. No casualties were caused by
the explosions, and only slight
damage Security f o r c e s .and
troops who were inside the bomb bombed
ed bombed buildings chased a party of six
youths believed to have tossed the
bombs, and caught three of them.
One of the bombs thrown was at
the Challenge bar, which failed to

the youths escaped. No one was a young man in the Paphos dis dis-hurt.
hurt. dis-hurt. ,1 trict. Another youth, shot in the
A bomb placed in a British serv-1 back by extremists Thursday, died
iceman's car went off in Lamassol yesterday.-
this morning, completely burning! The EOKA underground nrcani.

zauon mreatenea mree weeks

the vehicles out but causing no ca

sualties.

to kill IS men

a 20

and 13 women be

or inougnr. no said the crisis

may oa partially of our own

making." v ....... i

At the meet with congressional

leaders. Johnson said. Mr. Eisen

bower revised the, background' of
the dispute, outlined the course
which: he proposes to follow, and
stressed the seriousness to this
country if the matter is not re resolved,
solved, resolved, a .
To a question, Johnson said mob mobilization
ilization mobilization director Arthur S. Flem Flem-ming
ming Flem-ming did not outline a proposition
for increasing oil production in

the United States of canal ship

ping is curtailed. But he said
Flemming talked about how ma ma-my
my ma-my barrels of oil would be need needed
ed needed udner such circumstances.1
' Dulles, who leaves for London

tomorrow, plans to join Britain

and France in asking the confer

ence to agree on an arrangement
for guaranteeing that the Suez will

always be open to navigation of au
nations. The three-power plan calls
for creating a new international

Assistant Secretary of the Army

George H. Roderick, chairman of

the board of directors of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Co., is scheduled to

arrive here tomorrow afternoon by

plane from Washington, D.- C. ; I

He is accompanied Dy an otnciai

party which includes Maj. Gen. I

Charles Holie, former engineers or
maintenance for the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal and now acting Chief of Engi Engineers.,
neers., Engineers., .. v. i

The1 Assistant Secretary's party

will also include Pr. Edward H.

Cushing, .', deputy. Assistant Secre
tary of Defense for Health and

Medical activities; Maj. ben. jh
las ;B. Hays, Surgeon General of
the Army; and W. M. Whitman,

secretary of the Panama Canal.

Also in the party are coi. jton-i
ert M. Burnett, Col. J, O. Seaman,1
and Col. J W. Chaney. all of the

office of the Assistant Secretary of

the Army, and Lt. Col. B. Gi Lane
and Lt CoL W. J, Dennis, of the

office of the Deputy Chief of Staff

for Operations; r
Durinir their five-day Visit here,

the Assistant Secretary and his

party will hold a series of confer

ences on ranama uanai- acuuvies
and will insDect some of the m.

The group wirl return to Wsshing-

ton next Sunday morning,

observe a general strike amongJwalkout.

tne ureeK uypnoi communuy yes
terday. The strike has been going
on for the past two days to Pro Protest
test Protest the execution early Thursday
of three Greek Cypriot youths
found guilty -of acts of terrorism.
Meanwhile; ',1,000 pratroopers
fresh from Britain trucked into
camps on the outskirts of Nicosia.
Thev tame aboard the aircraft

carrier Theseus, as part of the
British Mediterranean .buildup oc

casioned -by the Suez crisis.
A group of youths on bicycles
opened fire With revolvers at a
cluster of men standing outside a

coffee shop in Larnaca this morn

ing. AS police raced w me scene.

Creek and British newspapers fore the beeinnine of Seotemlwr'

were back on the streets today as; So far the death toll stands at 14

ine general strike iinaiiy petered men and two women.

out. Resumption of work at the

printing works where all the ci city's
ty's city's newspapers are printed sig
nailed the end of the four-day

PCI!:;ro 0!i:!:r

Police said that during the four EdVtEffl I. SUA.
lys of the general, strike there fcl u

day

have been at least six murders,! ni l!...' I i f
aU for political reasons. The sixth' IJgj JgrQ J j

wa uiaLwcicu una iiiuiuuig mien
security forces found the body of!

Gun-Slinging ;
8-YesrrOM Girl

Kills Nh!

isr

But they skid It would W MfZ:taXl

impose the decision on Egypt.

Immediate Egyptian rejection of
any such plan, was forecast.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles will go to the 22-nation Lon I
don conference on the Suez crisis
Thursday with solid bi-partisan

support, administration : sources

said today.

I. The sources said Duiret gain gained
ed gained support at yotterday't extra
ordinary White House moating
with Congressional leaders ta dia
cut rha Suez dispute. Thoy said
the Congressman did not ask far
any changes in administration
plans far trying to got a peace
ful solution to tho controversy.

I Democratic Congressmen who
attended the meeting were not so

emphatic, however. Senate Demo-

cratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson
(Tex.) said that "oolitics ends at

the water's edge" when asked if
Dulles carried bi-partisan support.
But he also emphasized that any
decisions on foreign policy would
have to be made by the adminis administration
tration administration and that the administra

tion, would have, to assume full

responsibility;
Johnson, in an Impromptu news
4i id our future curia In tho Sues
conference later In Chicago,
said our future curse in the Sues
matter will require "a great daal

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Abstract Artist

Jickson Polleck SS

Diss In Crkup il
isOUTHAMPTON. XY,' Aug; 13
(UP) Jackson Pollock, 44, one
of this country's ; best, known
abstract artists, was killed Sat

urday night In an 4 automobile

acident.
One of his teo women .com

panions. Miss Edith Metzger.
also was killed "and another one
wag aeriously injured when Pol Pollock's
lock's Pollock's convertible left the road

out of control and hit a tree.

Pollock, born in Cody,. Wyo.,
developed in the 1940's his fa famous
mous famous "drip method" of paint painting
ing painting in which he spread the can can-was
was can-was on the floor and dripped
ontff It an assortment of paints,
glass and, stone chips and other
materials. His works hand In

the New York Museum of Mod

ern Art and .the San Francisco

Museum of Art, among others.

'FISHIN FOR MUG It IE -"Willis
A. Trafton Jr, speaker

5of Maine1! House of P?:s P?:s-'sentatlves,
'sentatlves, P?:s-'sentatlves, was the Republican
victor in the Maine primary;

" Hell run against Gov. Edmund

S. Muskie, Maine's first Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic governor in 20 years, la
tit. November elections. T'r
Israelis Report
Infiltration ;
From Jordan "!

; JERUSALEM. Israel, Aug. 13
(UP)--An Israeli army spokesman

charged yesterday that infiltrators

irom Jordan opened fire on an Is

raeli patrol in the Lachish area

yesterday. No casualties were re

norted .,

The spokesman said a searcn or
the area revealed a prepared am ambush
bush ambush in which there were empty
cartridges of British and Egyptian

make.

The spokesman also said the E

gyptian forces fired at Kibbutz

Erez, near the Gaza border,

Thursday night, Friday morning

and Saturday noon. He said

truck was hit by bullets, but there

were no casualties. K 1 b b u t

guards returned the fire during

two of tb attacks, be added.

Chicken Cornea
Successfully Put
In Indian's Eye
CALCUTTA, India. Aug. 13 (UPi

'A young Indian has regained his
sight after a chicken cornea wasi

successfully grafted into his .eye,
it was reported yesterday. v i
Eye specialist Maj. V. P. Patel
said he carried out the operation

on manicK iiomez last montn alt alter
er alter experimenting with chicken cor-
npaft far several : mnnthx ?nm a

had hn hlinH fnr ii vart Hn' 1910.

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to inflammation of the cornea.

Edward I. Smith, well knows
Isthmian old timer and one of the
comparatively few American Ne Negroes
groes Negroes who worked on the con construction
struction construction of the Panama Canal,
died Friday Friday night at the
home of his step-daughter in Pa Panama
nama Panama City. He was 73 years old.
He is survived by his wife and
his stepdaughter, Mrs; Loreia
Guerra. v

CHICAGO, Aug., 13(UP)
A Hollywood inspired tragedy
ncnirred here when an eight-

year-old girl shot her father to

death alter returning, uum
movie .titled f'Tha Fastest .Gun

Alive" ii- t.

Police said Rebecca Marunez,

tnld them she was only practic

ing "the draw" she had seen in
the movie when she shot her fa father.
ther. father. Manuel, in the abdomen. S

Rebecca said she and ner sis

ter,- Lucy, 12,- went from the
movie to the home of a friend,
Antonio Aguilar. There the girls
nicked un two tareet pistols with

which their father and Aguilar

had been practicing just a w
hours earlier. ' s

"Whipping the plstois irom

their holsters which they had
strapped to their sides in movie movie-style,
style, movie-style, gun-slinger fashion, the

sisters practiced outarawing

each other.

Suddenlv Rebecca turned on n

fier father, who was visiting
Aguilar, and pulled the trigger.
Martinez slumped to the floor
and. died shortly afterward,

Aguilar, who owns the .22-cai-

iber pistol which killed Marti Martinez,
nez, Martinez, and the other .38-callber

pistol, told police he thought the
guns were unloaded. v 4

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I owe

I

Tn monv oeoole look for

someone they con be-happy with
when they should be looking for
one they can't be happy without

A native of Athens, Ga., Mr.
Smith came to the Isthmus in 190$
and was employed as a mule drivv
er for the Isthmian Canal Commiev
sion. In April, 1907, he became
janitor for the Y.M.C.A. in Cule-

bra and held that position unti

During his long career, which
ended with his retirement in Feb February,
ruary, February, 1945, he worked as an at attendant
tendant attendant at the Ancon Hospital;
laundry, a machinist for the Me Mechanical
chanical Mechanical .Division, a steam engi engineer
neer engineer for the Building Division, an
artisan on the construction of the
Pacific Terminals, cook for the
Dredging Division, chaffeur for
the Transportation Division, a
watchman for the Clubs and Play Play-grouns
grouns Play-grouns and the Building Division.
At the time of his retirement, he
was a foreman for the Building
Division. .
After his retirement, he Dved for
some years in' the Volcan area of
Panama, but returned to Panama
City several years ago to make
his home.

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