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INTIRNATIOtaL A I W ATI
PANAMA, E. P WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1936
',." The poliomylitit immuniziiian
: program for th new group of
dependents of U. S.- Government
agencies on tho Isthmus will be be-v
v be-v tomorrow, according to an an an-i
i an-i nounctmant by Canal Zona
" health authoritioi, in coordina coordination
tion coordination with the. vaccination pro-
gram initiated in tho Republic of
v Panama, t . :. '-
The new group for whom Salk
raceme has been obtained includes
children between six months and
six years of age, and expectant
mothers, who are dependents of
;. non-U.S. citizen employes of If. S.
Government agencies residing out out-fide
fide out-fide the Canal Zone.
-', During the intial phases of the
expanded program, the inoculation
for this additional' group v be
administered by the Canal Zone
Health Bureau, and the health a-
gencies of the Army, Navy and
t Air orce tor their respective em
Dependents of Panama : Canal
:' Company and Canal Zone Oovern-
. ment employes may obtain the
vaccination at the out-patient Med
ical Clinics of Gorgas and Coco
, bolo hospital and at the first aid
- stations located in the various
communities during regurar clinic
Dependents of civilian em em--
- em-- ployes of tho Army, Navy and
. Air Force who arc eligible under
' tha expanded program may bo
inoculated on "1 hurday a f t e r-
noons, beginnira at 1 o'clock.
Army employe- dependents will!
be vaccinated at the dispensaries
at Fort Kobbe, post of Corozal and
Fort Guilck. 3 w
Albrook Air Base dispensary will
administer the vaccine to eligible
dependents on the Pacific Side.
Air Force personnel living on the
Atlantic Side will be vaccinated at
the medical facilities of the Canal
f dependents of civilian employes
r the Navy on the Pacific side
V.l miiuil u..,, v.tii
nprial station ujill hn ostahliehoil
at Coco Sol'to for Atlantic Side
personnel.; - ; ".
A sign indicating the location of
' the Coco Soli to station will be post posted
ed posted at the entrance to the commu-
nity. ;l "..:,',:""'' ? -.' ;
It will be necessary for a par- j
nt to accompany the child in or-
ler to provide proper identifica-
lion and to sign the request form
Will ba accepted for identification,
and reauest forms for the inocul-1
tion Will be available at each
the vaccinating stations. ':
July Leaves r.ac:::cn:s Of Rcbs, :
TI.LT.dcrstcrs, Lyitn!.i2 Strides
Almost dally afternoon thun
lershowers -plus an occasional
aeavy downpour combined to
five July well above average
rainfall all over the Canal Zone,
iccordlng to the monthly report
Issued by the Meteorological and
Hydrographlc Branch. Cristobal's
iotal rainfal was the highest
fuly total since 1935. Besides be'
ng abnormally rainy, July was
tomewhat cloudier, cooler and
kiore humid than Usual.
The 13 gauges In or near the
-Sana! Zone registered a mean
iotal of 16.64 Inches of rainfall,
1.27 inches above normal. Totals
fanged from 24.77 inches at Cris
tobal to 11.12 inches at Fort A
nador. : !.
Runoff, the amount of water
Sowing into Gatiin Lake from
the drainage basin, was 61 per
lent above normal' and the
lourth highest July runoff on re re-tord.
tord. re-tord. Runoff from the portion
)f the basin above Madden Dam
tas 56 per cent above normal.
ina tne inn mgnest on record.
Tnree ; local thunderstorms
ccurred durint; this month.
The irst was i localized thun thunderstorm
derstorm thunderstorm during the early
morning: hours o July second,
which awakened, many resi residents
dents residents and brought the heavi heaviest
est heaviest one-day rainfall to the
-Balboa area in four years. An Another
other Another thunderstorm on the
afternoon of July 20 was ac ac-,
, ac-, eompanied by frequent lightn lightning
ing lightning strikes and strong gusty
winds in Pacific side towns.
A third noteworthy local storm
passed over the Atlantic side
tommunities on the afternoon
If July ,31 bringing one of the
ieaviest rains in several years
"Jr-tfhis area, as not since 1947
P' J the three-hour total of 5.32
wk-ties at Cristobal been exceed-
'' '... V"
Also during July, -on the day
Irevious to Cristobal's storm,
ligh winds and heavy rain In
he Puerto Armuslles section of
estern Panama caused wlde wlde--
- wlde-- pread damage to the banana'
M 0 J t
", Delejatst tc;an arriving la:t n'ht for the C
f 'eating of 'the 'Inter -An- Coryrjs of Munic:,-:.'-
to be held in the capital city st.u t:,- Friday and c
tinuinj through Auj. 23.
'.v. The roster of mayors, vics-mayors and other r
cipal officials is expected to ir.cluda about 3 person :
the United States- headed ty Herbert Emmerich c
ca-o, president of the .nerican Committea for I
tional Municipal Cooper at; ;,t.
Reservations Indicats almost 4 CD persons v
tend. All Western hemisphere republics, plus C
Spain will b represented. There will be about 1 CD ds!
fjates from Panama and a half doisn from the Canal Z:
' United States Ambassador Julian
F. Harrington today transmitted to
Minister of Government and Jus
tice Alejandro Remon. who is pres
ident of the local organizing com
mittee for the Congress the fol-
1 C M",.-f.
To L:'.:'.:r :;!
f;: CZ US JtL:lj
Early registration dates for
students new to the Canal Zone
United States schools which open
September 7 this year have been
announced by the Division ot
Students who an enrolling lor
the first time and those who are
transferring from one Canal
Zone school: to another have
been, asked to report at the of offices
fices offices of the respective, principals
beginning on the following dates:
Balboa Junior High School,
August 15; Cristobal Hmh School,
Canal Zone Junior College, Fort
Kobbe, Cocoli, Gatiin, Pedro Mi Miguel,
guel, Miguel, North Iar"nta, fou'h
and LalDOa I
v f:. oh
August 29. lu.y re t itu ions
for new students at Balboa High
School have been accepted since
August 1.., -.;' .',
Students who are dependents
of employes of U.S. Government
agencies other than the Panama
Canal Company Canal Zone
Government should pr-esent vail
iated enrollment cards Issued by
. New tuition students should
make application at the office
of Superintendent of Schools,
, Civil Affairs Building.- y
crop as well as blowing down
trees and unroofing houses. A
house In Gamboa was struck and
slightly damaged by lightning
on the afternoon of July 18, but
none of the occupants was injur injured.
ed. injured. On July 2 near Santiago, Ve Ve-raguas,
raguas, Ve-raguas, however, two persons
were killed and a third injured
by lightning. --'
OFFICIALS ot ti e Department ot Army who arrived yesterday
for a five-day sup were headed by Assistant Secretary of the
;Army George H. Roderick (center). Among those welcomed by
Gov. W. E. Potter (right) was MaJ. Gen. Charles G. Holle, Act Acting
ing Acting Chief of Engineers irr Washington and a former Engineer
of Maintenance of the Panama Canal. The group lll confer :
on Canal activities and Inspect some facilities. It is also under understood
stood understood that PvOderick will confer with President Ricardo Arias,
at the Presiclencia, on matters atemmina from the Panama
United States Treaty promulgated a year ago thia moatii. v
lowing message from 'the White
House in Washington:
"To' the Sixth Inter-American
Congress of Municipalities in be
half of the people of the United
States of America, I extend cor cordial
dial cordial greetings to the Sixth Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Congress of Municipal
itics Your deliberation will forti
fy t'-e mutual under standing.
frieruM, i and cooperation which
are the l a sis of Inter-American
solidarity and your interchanges of
experience plans and programs
will benefit our twenty-one. repub
lics ii is.e an important ground
level of municipal government. I
wish you a most successful con conference.
ference. conference. Du t D. Eisenhower,"
The e ,utor of the movement
for e . e relations between the
municipal t s of the Americas was
a Cuban newsman, who was also
a Havana councilman. It was im implemented
plemented implemented by a resolution of hte
6th American International Confer
ence at Havana in 1928. '-
Meetings are customarily ; tirlrl
every two years. One was held in!
Mew Oilcans, ami i'e moit recent
gathering v s n 1 rto Kieo.
At the l.i r v t it was de
. Coordinating the activities of the
many Jocal groups preparing for
the Congress is J'anama attorney
Alfonso Herrera y Franco, who has
established headquarters at Hotel
v Committee meetings and consul
tatiorfs will start on Friday,
- ...... y,;
' Saturday at 10 i.ni. the sessions
will be formally opened by Pres-
meni Aicarao Anas at ceremonies
to be held in the Aula Maxima at
.An elaborate program of bus!
ness and social events has' beeiTi
arranged. , t
In C-47 Aircraft
WIESBADEN, Germany, Aug.
15 (UP). a courtmartial yester
day sentenced Al-C Thomas' H.
Smith, 25, of Sitka, Alaska, to six
months at hard labor and forfei forfeiture
ture forfeiture to pay of $70 a month for
six months for taking a C47 plane!
imi 111 unaumorizea tovriae oyer
ucrminy last June Zi.
mm mtf 1 r
Dr:,IOCRATS GET THINGS
Anthem was played during the
; v. ..nil)
'liia tui' t top j ..:: strate strategists
gists strategists appeared'-, more optimistic
than ever today about solving ea
sily their biggest possible conven
tion headache Harold, E. S t a H
sen's; effort to dump Vice-President
Richard M. Nixon from (be
'Sources ( close to the vice Pres President
ident President and also' Important in the
Kepubhcan convention plannmg
said they were "not worried" and
that neither was Nixon. Even with
Stassen moving west to set up
shop here with his campaign- Nix
on's Key bickers in party .ranks
snowed less concert., tnaa a week
ago. t v
Despite occasional sputterings in
behalf of other possible, Vice-Presidential
nominees.' they appeared
to have !ndreased confidence that
Nixon can be renominated easily
witn a minimum 01 controversy.
mere also was open joy in GOP
hii : places over former President
Truman s latest blast at Adlai E.
Stevenson in Chicago. Obviously
enjoying the Democrats troubles,
GOP national chairman Leonard
W. Hall set the tone for the Re Republican
publican Republican comments on Mr. Tru
man's statement that Stevenson
could not defeat President Ei
Hall said the former President
could have said that about "anybo-
ay uiey nominate." t
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Meantime, the GOP planners eot
down' to heavy business with the
opening today of platform commit
tee ncanngs ana a closed door
session of the Republican Nation
at committee to put the final okay
on plans and to act on recommen
dations of several subcommittees.
fi'"f II.. JwhmJ
Accus:J CI V.'c;:n3
'Ways Ci Terror' ;
' NICOSIA. Cyprus. Aug.' 15 fUP)
A British security official yester-
aay accused the underground EO
ha organization with waging a
"wave of U vor" among the Greek
Chpriots on this island to stem
growing popular sentiment for a
peaceful settlement. -, (
The spokesman' said 21 Greek
Cypriots have been kirint hv mem
bers of the union-with-G r e e e e
movement since .uly 1. .
"This reDresent th mnsf inten
sive spell of killing which- EOKA
has carried out so far against
their felIow-countrymen,'V he said.
"Enquiries have failed in ostah-i
lih motives for most 'of ; these
!rs. Certainly nearly all, the
ss nave no connection with
ofice or other, internal secur-
uy autuorities. '.""-.......
1 he- most probable explanation
would seem to be that EOKA lead-c-'.'s
are conscious that thevave
lost the initiative owin to the se
curity forces' successes and to
growing popular, desire for I a
peaceful settlement and bave or
dered an indiscriminate wave Of
terror in an attempt to re-estab-
iisu a rule of fer.
Th is is a i
session of the V
In New Civil
t nrfv t
Au?. IS (IT) -De
' nn dra" :i r
lav Io"pUnI" !n.-
me tuiut 5 ,aiKi-stgicg4tion occi occi-sion.
sion. occi-sion. y : .
'Ihe civil rights formula devis
ed to try to head off a split be
tween northern and southern fac
tinnn nf thn npmrvnHit Partv
Southerners did not like it but
indicated most would accept it
Northern liberals indicated thev
lead a iight on the convention floor
to try to strengthen -the compro
mise commitment, it appeared
these northern factions, headed by
leaders of the Harriman camp,
woum oe aeieatea in any sued ef effort.'
fort.' effort.' ''t' .'.'.. ','' .);'''"' .);'''"'-'
' .);'''"'-' San: John McClellan CD CD-Ark.),
Ark.), CD-Ark.), said th plank "teams to
ba somewhat in the middle, it
could have baan batter and it
could have baati worse." v'-
The civil rights plank, as- pre
sented to. the 108-member plat
form committee today by a draft
ing subcommittee, would' pledge
me pany to continue us enons
to eliminate illegal discriminations
of all kinds, including full rights
to vote, full rich ts to engage in
gainful occupations, full rights to
enjoy security of the person, and
full rights to education in publicly
supporiea : institutions. : : ,i r.
Much of the language in the por-
posed plank was lifted.almost ver
batim from tne party piat
form plank on this issue. ..
The plank was included in an ov
erall -statement -f. party policy
that promised a $5 tax cut, full
parity price supports for farmers,
Pope Pius Xil
On Feasl Day
CASTEL GANDQLFO, Aug. 15-
(UP Pope Pius XII broadcast
the "Angelus Domini" to millions
of Catholics all over the world to today
day today to mark the Feast of the As
sumption of me. Virgin jviary. into
The prayer In honor of the Incar Incarnation,
nation, Incarnation, intoned by the 80-year-old
Pope in the cool studio of his sum sum-mr
mr sum-mr palace here, went out by ra radio
dio radio to millions of Italians celeb celebrating
rating celebrating the nation's greatest an annual
nual annual holiday.
Vatican .radio relayed the noon
prayer oh short waves to Catho Catholics
lics Catholics all over the globe and on both
sides of the Iron Curtain.,,
The Pope's voice was vibrant
and strong as he intoned the words:
"The Angel of the Lord declared
unto Mary." V
The occasion was the greatest
feas' -day -in honor of the Virgin
Mary. ': f -'''"'
Pope Pius himself fixed it to
coincide with the popular "Ferra "Ferra-gosto"
gosto" "Ferra-gosto" mid-August holiday when
he declared the dogma that the
Virgin Mary waa bodily, assumed
into heaven .after death. The de
claration of the new dogma cli climaxed
maxed climaxed the 1950 holy year. ;v
In effect the new Feast Day took
over the pagan Ferragost holi
day, celebrated by Italians, since
the days of tne emperor Augustus
Millions of Italians celebrating tht
one-day spree at the beaches or in
the mountains, paused silently at
aoda to hear the Pope'a prayer.
the voitrum as' the National
ic National Convention in
i i l va-, U'lote
Hie iuo man Lioiiuiin lomnnitee
by a drafting siibeommittee that
had Worked through most of the
night. A number, 'of the main
planks had been released prev previously,
iously, previously, : -.' t.- '
t ' r ..
To 20 Yc;r$ Fcr V
I ti..J I L..w
' CHICAGO, Aug. 15 (UP)For (UP)For-met
met (UP)For-met State auditor Or ville E.
Hodge was sentenced todav to 20
years in prison for misapplying
$816,427 in state funds deposted
In federally :insued bSnks. Ten
years of the sentence would be
suspended if Hodge makes good
nis promise or restitution. ,i
2 jomaican Hotels i
Of Discrimination i
KINGSTON. Jamaica,' Aug. 15
(VPY -The government said yes yesterday
terday yesterday that charges of racial dis discrimination
crimination discrimination levied against two
north coast hotels by Leroy Fos Foster,
ter, Foster, New York Negro hotel owner,
were- unfounded. -,-
fThe? Ministry of Trade and In Industry
dustry Industry said it had tondncted an
invesugauon and found no evi
dence to support the chargesi
. The ministry said It foumL how
ever, that one hotel was guilty, of!
aiscounesy. ";, m' v.?- tv,
i Foster visited Jamaica, last May
to negotiate for land in Montego
Bay on which to build a hotel. He
reported to the ministry that he
was "treated in a manner in some
respects worse than' in i our.Wn
southern 'states," :w :
PariamlxTeils B rita
At Not Getting Invited to Suez Meet
The Panama' government to
day officially expressed "sur "surprise
prise "surprise over, not being, Invited to
participate 1 in the conference
which opens tomorrow In Lon
don on the Suez Canal crisis.
In a note delivered to the
British 5 Foreign Office by Dr.
Roberto Arias, Panamanian am ambassador
bassador ambassador in London, Panama al also
so also served notice It would re-1
serve its own rights, regardless
of decisions ; arrived at during
the London-parley. ; ; j
1 Arias returned to London ear early
ly early yesterday- morning after
spending a week here conferring
with the Panama government on
the Suez crlais and other mat matters.
ters. matters. .;-.'. ; '. -:'- '
! The -note was personally,, de delivered
livered delivered today by Aria to the
Foreign Office in London.
i The note said Panama's "sur-i
prise" is based on the fact the
Panama j government considers
there are fundamental parallels
between the Suea and the Pan
i W-a U
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-; CHICAGO, Aug. 15 (UP) Adlai E. Stevenson prac-
ticolly sewed up the Democratic. Presidential nomination
today.; v';'.;v: !",;'':'';. 'v'X'i-'-'--' -.'
About the only thing that could ruin him now would
be for the Democratic convention to get into a party-splitting
row over civil rights. -.
- Stevenson; already odds-on favorite to get the nomi nomination,
nation, nomination, drove toward a likely first ballot victory by crack-
rj Northern state delegations whose votes had been tied.'
to favorite sons first Michigan, then New Jersey. 1
Meanwhile, the platform makers came Out with a
racial rights plank that they hoped Southern delegations
would swallow. ; ''''
Many Southern delegations, in
clined toward Stevenson, h a v e
been hanging onto their votes un until
til until the platform issue Is settled.
If this is done on a basis accept acceptable
able acceptable to tnem, Kievenson likely will
get roonv nun voles from them.
The h --a drive spurted m
o ' r v '"I ( nv.
vi!li a p'-"nnsal thnt other wait-,
and-sce delegation tuiiow Suit.. A
caucus poll indicated Mevenson
will get at least 32-1-2 of Michi
can's votes on the first ballot.
Then Gov, Robert B. Meyner of
New Jersey announced that h i a
aeicgauon to me uemocrauc con
vention will cast its entire 36 votes
on the first ballot for Stevenson.
Meyner made the' statement aft
er a 49 minute caucus oi on state
delegation, which had .the largest
bloc of votes that were still un
, Stevenson, accused by 'former
Las fees Sfrcot :
Ifil-end-Run Case ;
Canat Zone police today are
still Investigating the case, of a
hit-and-run driver who ran over
a child on Las Cruces Street in
Balboa Flats yesterday.
Wherr Mrs. ? Ruf us Lovelady
heard a scream ot anguish late
yesterday morning from her seven-year-old
' son Lewis, she
rushed, through the front yard
to- find that the-child c leg had
cone under the vehicle of a hit-
. Havlne taken first aid instruc
tion. Mrs. Lovelady carried the
boy into the house, put him on a
bed and straigntened tne injur injured
ed injured leg and held It in normal po position
sition position until the ambulance ar
rived. fP': 4;;. ;?' I-.'.. 4
At Gorgas Hospital, an X-ray
revealed tnai tne motner naa
"set" the broken tibia exactly.
Today Mrs. Lovelady and her
husband were planning to take
Lewis home, maybe this evening
if the, doctor la wimng.i ; .5
i n i of 1!S lirp r is e'-
ama Canal, In addition to Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's position as a maritime na nation
tion nation with a big merchant ma marine
rine marine registered, under her flag.
The Panama government also
emphasized that the Panama
Canal is built on Panamanian
territory "with Panama as the
titular sovereign of the Canal
Zone, In spite of having granted
certain rights to the United
States for specific purposes rel relative
ative relative to the maintenance, sani sanitation,
tation, sanitation, operation and protection
of the Panama Canal in which
according to treaties between
the two governments, both
countries have a joint and vital
interest,: .; ;v '''-
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"Under such conditions, the
Pahama government considers
necessary and convenient its
participation in any interna international
tional international discussion on a canal
whose status has fundamental
parallels with the Panama Ca
nal," the note said.
Prasidant Truman of lacking -'fighting
spirit," said today that
DamocraU should sav thair
"abuie" for the Republicans' av'
' He said in a talk, to Florida del
egates. that it does not serve tht
party's best interest ,lto demean
nnp annt lu-ir i . f
"lor my r. -t the enemy is not
O" Mil) .' ,. nrn CTrf
ina wiuiny. js -tim firfM.l i.ians.'"
- Stavanion J hut n, ,i,on Mr. Mr.-Truman,
Truman, Mr.-Truman, who wants the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic National convention aa
nominate Gov. Avarall H a r r J.
man, but ha clearly had the for'.
tr,idn'' barbs hi mind.
Mr. Truman was loosincr' annth.
jt blast at Stevenson whue the
lumicr mmois governor was talk- i
ing to the Floridians. Mr. Truman
said Stevenson "lacks the kind of
fighting spirit that we need to"',
win.'.' He accused him of abandon abandoning
ing abandoning the New Deal and Fair Deal.
But Mr. Truman back tracked
on his declaration of yesterday.".
that Stevenson couldn't win the -lection.
He said today that Steven,
son could be elected if he runs on
a good Democratic platform and
has a lot of help.
' One-way traffic Will be nec-'
essary along a short section of of-Gaillard
Gaillard of-Gaillard Highway on Paralso Hill V
for an indefinite period because
of a washout under the roadbed.- -This
section of roadway has
been giving trouble lor more
than two years slnct a slide oc- -curred
ther. Repair work wai
recently started by Maintenance
Division forces but while this,
was in progress, the heavy rains
of recent days caused a collapse 1
of earth along a culvert which
is well below the surface.
, The shoulder of the road has
been built up along the downhill
side of the road and one-way
traffic is being routed over this
temporary road until permanent
repairs can be effected. -The
movement of heavy equip-
ment over the section of the
highway will be restricted until
further notice. . ; '.
Bid Awarded For ;;
Balboa Stadium V
':'. "( -'t- i. t..-'t--'; ?'.':
Bids have been received bv the.
Panama Canal Co. for alterations -and
additions to Balboa Stadium,
with Chain Singh ft Co. of Pana Panama
ma Panama submitting apparent low. bid
of $23,165.10 for the work in its en entirety,
tirety, entirety, ;, j.,.
The project Includes maior al alterations
terations alterations of the stadium. The con concrete
crete concrete grandstand will be demolish
ed and replaced with bleacher bleacher-type
type bleacher-type seats that will accommodate
1,500 spectators. The dressing
room facilities will be expanded
and a new aluminum root will re replace
place replace the existing roof. Two new
sleel-frama bleachet stands will ba
along tut third base fine of the
baseball diamond. j -.-
The work will not be started un until
til until Naveniber after the football
season is ovor .?i f
Bids were opened this week
with C A. High Isthmian Con Constructors,
structors, Constructors, Inc., and Dillon and
Hickmart "Construction Co.. alse
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j .... .. THANKS TO MAT VILLI
fir: ; ;'
Tm sorry to M to long, la expressing my thanks to Mat C.
Velli for his interest in my welfare as shown by his letter o the
Mail Box warning me of the possible wrath of the United States
fcivil Service Commission and the penalties of the Hatch Act.-
. .Although I was not included in uie recesi census in ranama
I am at nresent unemployed and have been for a long time. Or
course. If I had been employed and in the civil service, I agree
Kth friend Velli that now I would unemployed and might even
a victim of the Hatch Act This act applies to Democrats, as,
5 or tne liie of me, l cannot imagine neroert orowneu jr. u.o.
Lttorney General, prosecuting a Republican for criticizing Dem Democrats,
ocrats, Democrats, or boosting the Grand Old Party.
Mat nni shnuM nAd the warninar of the Civil Service Com
mission about political activity. These warnings are posted on bul bulletin
letin bulletin boards In the Canal Zone. The .only freedom left to the
Civil Service employes Is the right to vote, if it Is exercised dis discreetly
creetly discreetly and for the right party. You may be a bit strong in your
. statement about the rtura of the spoils system as la the Grant
' Administration, but there Is some evidence in your iavor. .-.
; I hope you have read or at least read about "Eisenhower
the Inside Story," 'which.' Is not a medical treatise on the Presl Presl-Sential
Sential Presl-Sential intestines. It is facts taken from the secret records of the
stdminlstration with permission of Sherman Adams. Here is what
president Eisenhower said In May 1953, taken from that same book
T "The President darned in the Cabinet against any revival of
ihe spoils system. He told the Cabinet that the Administration
ot only must not engage in the spoils system, but It must not
tave the Impression of doing so." (Page 97).
,T Then, suiting-his actions, to his words, as McGuffey'a i Fifth
lUader used to say; exactly one month later, according to the
Sew York Times, the White House took 134,000 career Jobs trom
the Civil Service. Now one of Len Hall's highest accolades for Pres President
ident President Eisenhower Is that he "made jobs pP""",.;.
IT- t .... r-hin.t MMtinv Oct. 23. 1953. that the President
iV5Page(170-"DefnUng the sanctity of Civil Service, he (Elsen (Elsen-Jiower)
Jiower) (Elsen-Jiower) said it would he' highly undesirable to create a situation
tti which the Whole BOdy oi government, emptoyes
Sitters with every change in Administration." The Canal employes
v "know something of that state of affairs, perhaps.
J I A year later, the Washingon Post, saldi ''The Whltr House has
naunciied a oetennmea new, orjve w wuu j""" Jr.. 1-
ons in the Federal Service for V."
fforsement... The campaign Is spearheaded fromthc White House
Sfflce- of Sherman Adams, the Assistant to the
, The apesrhead was given point by circular to U lOTSn J
' Woyment agencies from the same mAdam, directing
KTt ,ii nw emmovments must be cleared with Len Hall, chalrr
inan of the ReDUbllcan National Committee. x
' Whenasked about this in & press conference, President Elsen Elsen-V
V Elsen-V ??,5S aw. V li ZStJT .rtuftn imnlleations. but was only
Itor toelurposrof getting belter qualified aftd more loyal em,
Aloves to the government. y;-- -.Ji
n t m nr(L friend Mat. tnat ine xoregoing umra tiju"i
By VICTOR RIESEL
Last Thursday Adlii SfAvPnn
drove 45 mlies through the morn-
uijt misi io ugnt nis wsv tflrougn
a human jamvjust to be photo-
&rapoea snasing the h a n d of
narry y. Truman. 'Twas not al
wiys so. ...
ExacUy 12 years ago Harry S.
Truman walked alone in the early
morning hours to a Chicago hotel
where he was due to meet two
men in uie penthouse. Therm hn
introduced himself, to the- two
strangers Sidney Hillman, head
uira ixew rouueaj
Acuon committee, and Phil Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, head of CIO.
The httle-known senator needed
their approval before Franklin D
Rooseveit would take him on as
running mate. i
' Three months later In th Whita
House, FDR told several of us
how that moment in the Chicago
hotel penthouse "savs ma mv
.A 1 A I A . 7.
worst neaaacne oi tnis campaign,"
It also was a moment which
gave labor a headache because
alter doing what FDR asked
"clearing" Truman they were
Today George Meany, president
of the AFL-Cio, is determined that
labor never again will need anv
political pills lor any such hesdj
Meany is insisting on absolute
neutrality on the part of the na national
tional national AFL-CIO, its staff, and the
directors and staff of its political
division, the Committee on Polit
ical Education (COPE).
.Meany has, in effect, put the
convention hall and the politics politics-laden
laden politics-laden Chicaeo hotels nut nf hmmrit
tor AFL-CIO headquarters officials
and staffers. Neither Jim McDe-
vitt nor veteran Jack Kroll. COPE
co directors, or their staffs, will
be at the convention. Neither wt'l
Meany or AFL-CIO Secretary
ireasurer jbui schnitzier remain
through the conclave,;;. U !-
, .y is i a V
ir'i- If M -:?- :v-:V
W V :u6i-a wtoaaw.
y !. 'S t I
' ,' FUNNY FEEUNGSVir; "Tv;V-
Wnce Qovernor Potter has pointed. i$3 C
m to look inward instead oi outward, I have given the mat-
r Srpearb.!hS on the recent ory of uncertain.
tf ancTfear under which the Canal Zone employe has been
lt-rfna but I do not go along with this, p A'
!. ftWWt It that our community lacks in essence the great great-!t
!t great-!t contribution w the outward thinking of the United States. ..
Mthe better comic strips. ;- -
!t Look at tfie ones we-see In The Panama American, Or : bet better
ter better stlU don'jt look at them. They are not -woh, g, first let
J alone a second glance. . "1--,i- wiffh
ii Toots and Casper were outmoded when -I was in H gh
"School and that is & long time ago. How many people ar? ln ln-!&
!& ln-!& An this unreal and unfunny reflection of so-called
liThelessVald'about Popeye the better, but some of the kids
id0 cbody "read's Mandrake, and I am sure that by now not
"even the writer of this strip knows what It is about '
JS little Annie Rooney at least takes you to every state in the
'Union In her adventures and that has some advantages to the
,'lexllea here. I cant even remember the others, because ? they
(are so dull that they do not deserve a glance. " :.
I Why don't you have LU' Abner? This strip has humor,
!satlre, everything that intrigues.,,," including Daisy Mae and
"Long 8am, :'-;:v
m And for the benefit of peopie who do try to keep abreast or
il-politia in the States and overseas, why doesn't The Panama
American run the "Pogo" strip. In the States there are Pogo Pogo-!Jphiles,
!Jphiles, Pogo-!Jphiles, and collections of pogo strips la book form sell by hun-
t areas oi mousanas.
!! Surely there is something that can be done about this.
t : ...... Optimist
J -' MRS. ROOSEVELT'S SPEECH
J sir: '
! I derived a lot; of pleasure Monday evening listening to the
Maneach of that erand old lady. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. The
!' k.fn... -w.. .via thn einv CVknlr nil
1! contrast betwee nher words and those of Gov. Frank Clement,
'tne-wynoie irom Tennessee, was very great. ner wiemo was
that the neoDle of the convention had to nna a reauy great
leader and then get behind him and work Impressed me. She
also said that her party should pick some different approach
to the world's problems, unlike element, sne aia not lamoaste
the whole Republican narty. Sho lust urged her party to stand
on its own merit and. above all. to choose a candidate that
! could ielvelhe Democratic Party a victory in November. Her
ii biggest contention was that a party, which does not work does
no win on' election oay. -;
J! I sincerely admire this lady who Is so dedicated to the
ti causes of her party. Her vigorous support and campaigning
for Stevenson has undoubtedly aided him in many ways. It
;; certainly has won a lot of the delegates for him.- Mrs. Roose
i velt I think, was trying: to sway the delegates toward Steven.
son in her speech the first evening, and her words gave plenty
I M . n U m 11 YTHtu.M 1 1 1 M 1
1 1 vi iuuu iui uiuuguii. i Avcieu xiaiiimuii, wncu sskcu ii lie
ii thought that Mrs. Roosevelt had been subtly pointing to Steven Steven-!f
!f Steven-!f son as the "great leader,? said that he thought that her speech
ii was not meant to be a boosting tor any of the presidential
' ' Non-partisan 7
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font sit and wait ,. j
I! Ip-xJV 00 M1 meet her .... I
im i PANA.MA A.'.ERICAU
tf CLASSIFIED ADS
0 It'ta Mmusr for '.,
ytjf effective selline I
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This goes for the Renubliean
as well as the Democratic essinn
No one will speak for the national
organization. Meany 's people have
uucieu ui ims lecnmcaj neutral neutrality
ity neutrality so carefully that it is being
explained in great detail now that
the dispatching of Schnitzier to
the GOP gathering instead of
Heany's going himself is due to
a terruieauy heavy sdhedule
Meany wiU Dy from Chicago to
Kansas city,, w h e r e his own
Plumbers Union will hold Its con
vention. Then he'll fly back tof
Washington to prepare for the
August 27 meeting of the AFL-CIO
executive council in Pennsylvania.
Then Meany is returning to
Washington to record speeches in
advance for Labor Day broad-casts-.r
Thea oaA id Lot Asglees
for LabprDaK It i is carefully
pointed out that there is not the
slightest intention to snub the
Republican Party and that Schnit Schnitzier
zier Schnitzier will presen exactly the same
document to the GOP platform
committee that Meany offered, the
Democrats in Chicago.
Meany has made it clear that
no AFL-CIO official can make a
deal or pledge support in the name
of the AFL-CIO itself. The union
men at the convention can only
speak for themselves or their own
unions. ". r ,- ""V--. s
However, this doesn't mean, that
the Democrats won't find power powerful
ful powerful laborleaders on the convention
floor or in smoke-filled rooms.
Walter Reuther's powerful Auto
Workers' Union is housing a big
bloc of buttonholers at the Palmer
' Jimmie Petrillo of the Musi Musi-cans'
cans' Musi-cans' Union has half a vote and
shares his convention delegate
badge with the influential Joe
Keenan of the Electrical Brother Brotherhood.
hood. Brotherhood. Heenan, despite his meager
half vote, will, in turn, be working
with the Railway Clerks' Union
chief, George Harrison, to whip
the 300-odd labor delegates and
alternates Into an effective bloc.
These unionists are there because
they belong to the Democratic
Party in their own states. Prom Prominent
inent Prominent among them is Dave Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, head of the Steel workers'
Union, who is active in the Demo
cratic Party in vital Pennsylvania.
Influencing the Coal state's dele delegation
gation delegation by remote control will be
John L. Lewis, whose people are
close to Gov. George Leader so
close in fact that Lewis' chief aide,
Tom Kennedy, once Lieutenant
Governor .'there,- is a top adviser
to the new governor.
Lewis is dispatching a well
trained band to work the tobies
and hotel rooms but not for
Stevenson. And Lewis is an in
fluential as any labor- man in
Chicago. The hand of John L. is
deep in Illinois. Ohio, West
Virginia and Kentucky politics as
Like Lewis, the other labor men
are more non-committal and non-
committed than -ever before. But
they aret here. for. by this time.
it's hard to tell the difference be between
tween between a Democratic delegate and
a labor official despite tne "neu "neutrality"
trality" "neutrality" up above.
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
..... i .'.-... "... v. ... -.'..: t ' j i
By LEE f.'.ORTIMElT
Around the World, But Not Con- trunks
fidential: Sharman Douglas abso-(And the last, I hope, pray and
Iutely refused to be photographed promise): Princie was set to build
Today's Rainer Itemm ssing man to the jury, to be
with actor Jack LemmoB at Lolly
Parson's birthday party in London
. i ..Merle Oberon told French re
porters shrs finished with Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood because it -has become
"dead city:" She's in Nice to
spend a fortnight ".(pronnounced
"fortnit") vacation with Charlie
Chanlin and his family. (Goodbye,
Merle! ) v The government of
Lebanon banned "Around tne
World Confidential" which is in
teresting at that, considering I
couple ef Lebanese Surete General
agents recently got off who Jl.
fines after -being seized with hun
dreds "of thousands worth of he
roin. Thelf interests' taccording to
the Lebanon underworld ) -were
seen to by the Attorney General
and-the President of tne council
I Want to Be In Dixie. But
Where: Two of the town's best
known emporla x)l the botlick, are
apartment hunting, -Lease on the
Embers expires first of tne year.
John (El Morocco) Perona who
owns the building (it's across from
Morocco) won't renew. Basin St.
has similar troubles. The building
it (and Roseland Dancehau) occu
pies, due to come down tnis wai
ter. ,,l .A.;. 1-.':;
D. C. Means District of Confu
sion; The Stassen dump Nixon
move was engineered in a leftwing
Democratic N.. Y. law office.; It's
near 57th & Madison . Thur-
man Arnold, who with Abe Fortas,
is lawver for Lattimore. Opnen-
helmer and others of that ilk, was
sobing at a wasnuigton cockmi
party ovef the fact that, poor
Lattimore lost out on the 40 Cs a
year he used to get as i an
"advisor" to big business firms
and is now dependent on his sal
ary as a Johns Hopkins prof.
What's he teaching there, by the
way7 i. k
More Hot Nothings: I don't par
ticularly- care, but only men's
oathing shorts hang on Greta
Garbo's Riviera wash-line. Not
that she doesn't like to go swim
ming, (says the press- agent) but
she likes to wear George Schlee's
a Monacan movie-industry with
the receipts from the wedding
film, but the pic's, a flop all over
Europe . Big going away party
for Nicky Quattrochiocd on the
Queen Frederica Aug. 16 Every
playboy will be on hand ot say
goodbye to N.Y.'s most fabulous
playboy, who sold his faulous El
uorracno to Harvey Rosen.
More of the Same, I Mean Noth
mg:i Today's HeUvi (Miss. ni ni-verse)
verse) ni-verse) Rorobin item:' She spent
merry moodnight at Lucky Pierr
me new f rencn spot, witn Stewart
Cramer IU (which Is today's Stew Stew-srt
srt Stew-srt Cramer item). He once, was
wed to screen pip Jean Peters ; ...
Hollywood's gam our loss: Neil
(the Tummy), Ates opens at Ciro's
next weekv 4 so wny la she stop stopping
ping stopping over in Vegas?) i . TodavT
Cafe Intelligence: Famed Nino of
paim Beachand Pt, Washington
openinsj on If. S3rd St. Sept. 15
(right in back of Morocco which is
convenient because that's where he
spends all of his time,) Straight
restaurant policy, dining without
orcnestrai din, in a room, that's a
miniature -copy of the Moulin
Rouge and where is Pierre La
Mure, come to think of it7
The Crime Cartel: -: How come
everyone -overlooked the latest de development
velopment development in the fantastic story
of the three fur hijackers" who
were on trial in Federal Court
here when the man sled bodiai.nf
rwo were iouna in uroouiyn and
the- third disappeared after.- a
bench warrant had been issued for
him? Last Tuesday, Judge J. Skek
ly Wright "dismissed" the indict indictments
ments indictments against the two dead men,
and sent the case ; against the
tried "in absentia" which is- one
of the rare instances ot such "an
action in American luriirorurience.
(The law says that if a defendant
-voluntarily" absents himself, the
trial can proceed against him as
if he were present). The jury took
only three minutes to convict the
aDseni aetendant on all counts
al r"i r
m m i aw llllik
1 iJ a m
WASHINGTON Near Eastern
diplomats concede that the United
States has the most potent weapon
of all in dealing with Egypt and
the Suez Canal.
lliough it was John Foster
Duiles who pressured to get the
British out of Suez in th$ first
place, he has considerable power
Navajo Indian tribe, with client
Murchison's Delhi-Taylor Oil Com Company.
pany. Company. Littell had refused requests to
make the contract public though
it involved a 50-year monopoly on
one of the biggest untappea oil
fields (5,365,000 acres) in the na
tion. The Santa Fe New Mexican
to heip the British out of the pick'.a exposed the fact that the contract
in which he helped put them. That
power is cotton long tne vio. 1
cash export crop of the U.S.A.
Egypt s No. I export crop is aisj
had been secretly negotiated, with without
out without competitive bidding.
- Murchison is' a big contributor
to the Eisenhower campaign aud a
cotton, but she is selling or bar-) personal friend of Ike's. He and
tering more and more of k to Sid Richardson picked up the tab
f age Two: Skelly Wright is- the
young "visiting" judge from New
urieans, mentioned here recently
who sits in New York every Sum Summer.
mer. Summer. He is a DrOfoflnH Afllrianl
fhUsopher of the law, witfc a soft-
ueari pur,-.- a jtern sense of duty
which tempers justice with mercy
for .youngsters and non-pros, but
throws the book at hopeless j-ed-divists.
When the defendants heard
he was to try the case, they made
every effort' to delay it with a
wave of "illnesses." JMe vrrinht
sent a court-appointed medico to e
amina in Binir man Af. ui.l
be ordered one .Vailing'', lawyer
and one defendant to show up or
ij r1 cunvciea, me niiackers
could, have drawn up to 20 years
each. The Feds now think the two
slain prisoners (who had records)
were so fearful of getting the limit
from Judge Wright, they threat threatened
ened threatened to blow the whistle on the
Mafia and labor bosses in back of
the hijackinp racket. When the FBI
nabs the third man (convicted in
absentia) Judge" Wriirhl w
turd her from New- Orleans to
sentence him. Meanwhile .threa
movie studios are said to he nn.
faiuig quiciue scripts-aoout, tnis
case' that makes fiction look 'like
-TRY IT AGAIN 4
VICTORY MILLS. N.Y. ftTP
Twelve-year-old Jackie Loom is
had only one request as the doctor
removed a fishing plug from his
neck. "Save the plug, it cost me a
dollar and nine cents." he begged.!
Dr. M. D. Duby patched up the
boy and handed him the plug
wmcn naa oecome caught in bis
necx wane ne was casting
creek'. ' ; T
today's Mortimer Medallion
(This-rand a guy to oav for it-
gets you a -swell meal.) To' Id Id-mond
mond Id-mond Berger, Paul and Rossi of
tne wonderful jmpenale in E. 44th
St.: It is the only thing (for me,
anyway) good -about the United
Nationsr which is next door
ADD WALTER WJNCHELL- ....
Oughta see how- the- globaloney
anti-imperialists of this UM gobble
up the : goodies at the -Imperiale.
Wisdom' of a White Way' Wolf:
On .second thought it's, better if
the; says "No." because if she
in a! says "Yes," you might get stuck
wun ner.' ;
uoittijiiss KejctiSeasmis biMfcilfa
the Soviet sphere of influence in
order to get arms.
However, if Secretary Dulles
permitted Secretary Benson to
dump his cotton surplus on the
world market regardless of puce.
it would seriously affect the Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian economy, even though Egypt
produces a long staple cotton
Or if Dulles cooperated with the
Briusn ami iTencn in an embargo
on Egyptian cotton, it would not
only put a serious crimp in the
figypuan economy. but : wouid
help a friendly ; Latin American
neighbor. Peru, which oroduces
some long staple cotton.
Because of our cotton onca suo-
ports, U.S. exports have drooped
orasucany in recent years. From
a postwar export peak of 6.004.000
oaies in law-so, American sales.
aoroaa nave oeen tailing fast.
They plunged by 40 per cent in
isaa-ao, so arasticaiiy. that Benson
hnally overcame Dulles's objec-
uons ana is selling some cotton
on the world market. H ataHod
doing tins largely to win over the
votes of the two 'Mississippi Sen Senators,
ators, Senators, Eastland 'and Stennis. for
ms uexioie price support pro program.
gram. program. V-
Note The United Statas I. .till
the world's greatest Cotton- pro producer,
ducer, producer, with Russia second, then
inaia, Ked China. Mexico. Brazil.
Egypt, Pakistan, Argentina. Tur-i
acjt, reru ana uie isuaan.
CAPITAL CHAFF 1
Christian Herter, the demure!
governor of Massachusetts who
uaroia siassen tninks should be
.. "...."c. iciuum even in
his personal habits. He has a shack
in uie Maine woods, 17 miles from
oangor, witnout electricity and
without telephone The large
Herter family sleeps on six army
cots, the children and Mrs. Her Herter
ter Herter do the. cooking, and the Gov Governor
ernor Governor loins" in the Maine fire
watch for forest fires. Herter is
a great conservationist K y ; Her Herter
ter Herter s one concession to tie march
of progress is flush toilets . J
One of, the best watchdn in th
recent, congress was Herbert Zc-
ioiiau, iurmer cnamp wrestler at
Columbia University and congress congressman
man congressman from Ike's former voting dis district
trict district Jin Manha'tan. Though ne
represented Ika, Zelenko is Ta
Democrat. He hwiran k;h.
which would have cost, the tax
payers money-one to give a ship
to friends of dictator Trujillo of
the Dominican Republic, another
to permit the sale of ships to
uncle Sam aran inflated value
DV M(IA Inflict..;..
w me oest new congressmen also
iBjiicsems ise, aiso is a Demo-,
i-f ISl ta tldaitlon o conduct conducting
ing conducting the Shoreham band, is a Colo-
naal In thA a
syivania, who, represents Gettvs- deta. Th. a,- v, ....."
. c ... ..vvja
Brugy:ra , Another alert
waicnaog was John Hu in.
massacnusetts. Though a Repub Republican,
lican, Republican, he is popular enough to get
ic-ciuvieu reguiany in a Demo-
S EATON SHEDS LICHT ."r
Things hava thanatA
interior uepartment. .a nu hrh
of fresh, air has come in. There
S".".,"16 nnder "generous
Ooujr McKay when neftJni
men nor uie puDiic could get an
answer on what McKay was do doing
ing doing with oil reserves, Indian lands,
or wildlife refuges.
The other day, however, hii ac
cessor,. Fred Seaton, was queried
uy tnia column reearaine a hush-
hush oil contract negotiated by
Norman Littell, attorney for the
on some of Ike's heavy campaign
expenses at the Commodore Hotel
before the 1952 convention. There
was everypolitical reason for Sea-
wu mi icu utci ui xavui VI
Murchison. r v '
However, here -are the chrono chronological
logical chronological events that happen when
this column queried Seaton's of office
fice office regarding the still-secret Na Navajo
vajo Navajo oil lease:; a
'SEATON ACTS FAST 5 ''
Said M. M. Tozier of the Indian
Bureau: "This particular matter
is in the solicitor's office. Let me :
check and advise the acting com
missioner that, we have a request
to see A.Z a'.., .
: At .7:30 s,m." he phoned to say
there was no answer yet. ,Tm ex
pecting one almost any minute.
I've, submitted your question to
the acting commissioner, and it's
being given "consideration."
That v afternoon Tozier was
queried again.. He said: "The
whole matter has, been taken in
hand by the secretary. He has the
Whole matter under arivisamant.
I'm hoping to. have an announce-
raent on the whole contract before
the afternoon is up."
"How does that affect whelher
we can see, the contract?" he was
The contract itself and avarv.
thing connected with it ha bean
puned into the Secretary's office,"
uont you have an extra
"i don't -know. I hope t havo
an announcement by 5:30." f
At 5:30 Tozier called to v Sa.
ton had disapproved the uronnned
contract between the Navajo tribe
and Delhi-Taylor.i The contract
was available for public inspec inspection.
tion. inspection. ". .. ; .: :. , j.
Note Twelve oil companies are
interested in bidding for the Nava- ;
jo property. One official estimated
the Indians would get SlOO mil- .
lion in bonuses through competi competitive
tive competitive bidding.. j -j
JIVE AND GOODWILL
.Ordinarily you expects a night O
club band leader not to wax ao-M-thusiastic,;over-things
jazz, jive,' aad feminine 'pulchri 'pulchritude
tude 'pulchritude But the other day when 194 -civil
air- patrol cadets from 22
countries filed onto the Shoreham
Hotel terrace, Band-Leader Bar Bar-nee
nee Bar-nee Breeskin looked proud and
sentimental v .
dets. These are the unsuna hafna
ever on the alert for foreign In Invaders,
vaders, Invaders, or to go to the rescue; of
air crash victims; and 194 W
these cadets are now.vislting die
United tates from NATO and
Latin American countries in an
important exchange of people-to-people
friendship.,, i lf
' The trip is arranged by the In
ternational cadet exchange, and
after entertainment in the nation's
capital, the cadets fanned out all
over the U.S.A. Greek cadets have
gone to Salt Lake City to be enter enter-tamed
tamed enter-tamed by Chris Athas. Italian ca cadets
dets cadets have gone to Baltimore to be
entertained by Mayor Tommy
D Alessandro. Swedish cadets hava
gone to Florida, and so on.
It's exchanges of this kind that
can build the world toward per permanent
manent permanent peace.
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14 Part in a play
IS and no.
18 Wasted away
20 Sinks and
1 Bodies of
S Arabian gulf
S Italian city
1 Month ab.l
Characteristic 23 Burn
9 Decays 28 Danger
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40 Montana city
41 Sea birda
10 Toward the .27 Compass point 42 Wound mark
sheltered side 28 Egyptian
17 Eye parts
28 Greek letters Comforted
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46 Fiddling .
47 Essays of m
80 He and
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37 Lives or
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By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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- Aggressive bidding paid hand handsomely
somely handsomely .when today's hand was
played at New York's famous Re
gency Uud. waiter Maiowan, wno
held the rather meager South
cards, managed to steal the hand
even though ast could have made
(our spades, with an overtrick.
North showed great restraint in
passing four clubs. He had begun
to suspect that the opponents could
make four spades, and be correct correctly
ly correctly decided that they were unlikely
to disturb a mere part-score con contract
tract contract in clubs; Had North bid four
hearts, -however, either East or
West would have gone on to four
spades, and then the fat would
have been iff .the fire.
West opened the ace of spades,
and Maiowan ruffed. He led a
heart to the king, ruffed another
soade. and led. a second heart
towards dummy, t j.
West made the mistake of ruf
fing the second heart,, for which
it's hard to blame him. West then
had to lead another spade, since
a shift to diamonds or clubs would
have cost a trick.
Declarer ruffed for the third
time and led his last trump, the
king? West had to win with the
- ace of clubs and returned a fourth
soade for lack of anything better.
Dummy ruffed and led another
trump, dropping the queen and jack
together. It was now too late for
a shift to diamonds, since Maio
wan could discard dummy's los
lng diamond oil his own fifth heart.
west should have discarded in
ttead of ruffing the second round
of hearts. South would ruff a third
i spade and lead the lung of trumps.
East would be able to lead dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, in time to set up a trick.
in that suit, and West would have
a trump to ruff a heart and
cash his king of diamonds.
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BERLIN.'. All. 15 riTPl Antrrv
farmers in Saxony armed with
beeiv bottles and chair legs pum pum-meled
meled pum-meled Communist East German
leaders who tried to explain away
a bungledifarm program, it was
The DrecHpn f7nramttnUt narfv
newspaper Saechiscjie Seiyung
saw omy mat larmers in a num number
ber number of villages gave vent to their
- " f s
But the West German newspaper
Telegraf said farmers in the vil village
lage village of Cotta irmnl Ihpmcslvac
with beer bottles and chair legs"
ana attached Communist leaders
at a meeting called to protest
Communist farm policy.
Telegraf said police broke up
thebatUe after H lasted "a long
It Slid f!nmmuniet ciiAftlrAr tnj
belittled the farmers' complaints
aDoui nign delivery quotas and in inadequate,
adequate, inadequate, farm machinery.
" WUERZBTTTt (T ftwm.nrf i..-
15 CUP) The general court mar martial
tial martial of seven U. S. soldiers charg charged
ed charged with the rape of a 15-year-old
German girl was postnoned yes yesterday
terday yesterday for one week when doctors
sm me giri sun is too ill to re return
turn return to the witness stand.
Both -German n 4 In..!...
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doctors reported; the girt, identi-
irea oniy as "Erika L., is suffer suffer-ne
ne suffer-ne from nprvnm xhnpt minki
develop a permanent' neurosis if
forced to continue her testimony.
She collapsed on the stand twice
To Be Delegate On
CASTEL' GANDOLFO, Italy,
Aug. 15 (UP) -Pope Pius XII yes yesterday
terday yesterday named Archbishop of New
York Francis Cardinal Spellman
to be cardinal legate at the Phil Phil-lipmes
lipmes Phil-lipmes National Eucharistic Con Congress
gress Congress in Manila Nov. 28 to Dec. 2.
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ployment. employment. It ranks first in the pro production
duction production of personal aircraft.
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LONDON, Aug. 15 (UP) Sco
land Yark yesterday charged 26
year-old laborer with a murder tr
which the chief witness was a 22-year-old
blind woman. J
Authorities said Thomas Delu Delu-hunty
hunty Delu-hunty strangled Marsaret May
Daniels, 53, in her suburban Har
lesdon home Monday
Catherine Birch, the blind wom
an, was the only other occuDant of
Miss Daniels' home at the time of
the slaying. She was at the police
lineup when Deluhunty appeared
in it yesterday. ,
She told police that she heard
Miss Daniels cry for help and
rushed to the woman's room. As
she reached it, a man brushed hv
her and said in a low voice, "It's
all right, luvvy."'
George 0. Moore, conservation
education adviser for the state of
Missouri, said bluegill (bream)
which wei;h less than two ounces
"are the best tasting fish to be
had." .: ;
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6,000 Girl Scouts and leaders arc participating. Gilda Hein-;
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Hall Sees 'Demagogic Half-Truths'
In Democratic Keynoters Address
; SAN FRANCISCO,1 W- 15" (UP)
Republican National Chairman
Leonard W. Hall said yesterday
the American people "iU not tie
fooled hy the demagogic m i
statements nd half-truths'.' in the
, Democratic party's keynote ad-
1 dress. .. : ;'
Hall told a news conference that
tthe kickoff speech' Monday night
' in Chicaeo by GovJ Frank G. Cle-
' ment of Tennessee set the itone for.
a "rough campaign," a, campaign
Hall feels will.be master-minded
' on the Democratic side, by ex
, President Truman,;: .'VoV'"
The GOP counter-attack, Hall
indicated,' would be -led by r Vice
' President Richard M. Nixon, if he
is renominated when the Republi Republi-can
can Republi-can National Convention t a r t $
here next weekand Hall Is sure
he will be.
i.-. "Mr.' Nixon will carry on a vig vigorous
orous vigorous campaign," Hall said, "and
President Eisenhower will make
. Impressed By -Reclaimed
ALEXANDRIA. Eynt Au. 15
(UP) Dennis Briody. the young-
s American guest ot resident ca carnal
rnal carnal Abdel Nasser, said yesterday
the newly-reclaimed desert land in
.Liberation province-Jooked like -a
Dennis and his father toured
parts of the province en rout to
this Mediterranean t seaport. He
said he found parts of the province
- ur"isingly fertile.
"I thought : It was a mirage
couldn't believe my eves," The
i 13-year-old Massapequa, N. Y. boy
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five or- six major television and
- Mali accused the Democratic
party of dodging the main, issue
of the 1958 camoaian. J"5
"Our great inational prosperity
now with peace, is the overriding
issue on this campaign." he said
"The Democrats lack faith in free
enterprise and they i could never
find the solution to having pros
perity ana, peace at tne same
time,";; if.:-y-f ,: ryj i:-. ....
Hall was sharply critical of Cle
ment's attack on Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles, a man
the Tennessee Democrat described
as an "uncuided missile."
"That ia not the type of speech
you woiild expect from a great na
tional party when the secretary of
state is about to embark on a mis
sion of peace." Hall skid. "It is
strange.,.' that his activities are
derided by the Democrats." ;
Hall aimed -much of bis fire at
Mr.' Truman. !,,
'!Truman may not control the
selection of the nominee at Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, but he certainly is setting the
tone-of the convention and the
pace for the campaign to come,"
Hall said. "We'll hear? more of
these demagogic "appeals but the
people won't be fooled. We have!
propspenty now.., 66 million peo
ple have better take home pay
than they ever did under Truman!
Hall predicted the Democrats
would wage a Truman-type "give
'em hell" campaign even if Adlai
E. .Stevenson ia the Democratic'
standard-bearer because ''the
cloak of moderation Mr. Steven
son has put on recently does not
hide the fact he is one of the boys
oi the ADA Americans for Demo
Asked to comment on Clement's
description of Nixon as the OOP's
"vice hatchet man." Hall -said:
"Mr. Nixon hurts. When someone!
is hurt, he squeals.. We heard, af
great' big 'squeal last night.':
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SIDENT1AL DINNER HONORS
AND MRS. ALTON OSUIUlUt
tv,. mident of Panama. Ricardo Arias and Mrs. Arias
Urtained at a Presidential Palace dinner on Monday night
. h honor of Dr. and Mrs. akoo usenner wno are tisiuui
f anama tor a lew days, and Mr, and Mrs. Tito do Sola.
Arowoll Luncheon For
by Mr. Mario
iarna Hotel yesterday.
iltam. Oriel oflFEt
-,, .Hpnied were Comp-
matte: Mr. renu ,j"""i ."i-
culture. Ignacio MoUno; IFB Dt
aSonio Paredei; DirectOT
ol, Publicity? of IF. Samuel ww-
, r.hW Auditor ol IFE, Hu-
jo GonialeMnd fr. Paul Duran,
ed to the Latin American Alr
Force School at Albrook.
Cocktail PtVty Hoior. Dr.
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f wV.;. at her ttmo "La Loma
yesterday vePtnf 4
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ma are reKisuaiM
Rica on Sun
days in Pan
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Ancon accompanifd by her ster
xrr John Alen Slocuflf, wul sau
SatodVftoard the SS "Pana "Pana-,
, "Pana-, ? thV States to ipend a
..U. During their stay
Philadelphijf and Indiana.
Luncheon for Dr.
-Mr anf Mr.7 N. de Obarrio
v. a luKheon yesterday at their
' residence? in tfanama wi
Mrs. Aln Oschner.
Panama Doctors' Wives 6!
Tee For Mrs. Oichnor -
'Vi.: noctors- Wives'
Club gave a tea party on Tuesday
at Sie Union Club at 4:30 inuhon inuhon-.
. inuhon-. or ol Mrs. Alton Oschner who is
visitinl Panama with her distin
guished surgeon husDana, ur ju ju-ton.
ton. ju-ton. Oschner,
-V m?'! ndMrV Richard L; Cham-
bera who, with' their two children
hav been visiting with Mr; Cham Chamber!'
ber!' Chamber!' parents Mr; and Mrs Harold
E. Chambers, of Margarita, for
th past few. weeks, left on Mon-
ds afternoon on me iranst i
"Goethals" for their home, in Wash
togton, P. C ,V
Dinner At Dominican Embassy
The Dominican.Ambassador and
Mrs. Hector? Castro Noboa enter entertained
tained entertained at a dinner reeeetly for Do Dominican'
minican' Dominican' Air; Force Officers attach-
Mrs. H. Merchant Deoarts
After spending a month visiting
her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Crede
uainoun of Bella Vista, Mrs. Mar Marvin
vin Marvin H. Merchant returned by Na
vy Transport to Norfolk, Virginia,
accompanied by her children.
Crede-Ellen. Thorn, and Christo-
Enaaoamanf Announced v
- Mr. and Mrs. Cesar Campagninl
of Panama announced the engage
ment of their daughter, Marta Eu Eugenia,
genia, Eugenia, to Mr. Donald Hoey of Min
neapolis, Minnesota, at a private
party on Monday evening at the
gampagnini homo in ranama.
(Continued on Fag 7)
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WITH SUMMER'S VEGETABLES
By CAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
Ever try baked summer squash
pudding? Squash lovers will en enjoy
joy enjoy t So here's the recipe:
Baked Summer Squash Pudding
Beat 3 eggs lightly and mix with
cup milk. IV teaspoons salt.
teaspoon ground black pepper.
VA cups soft bread cubes, 2 cups
shredded summer or zucchini
squash and 1 tablespoon minced
Pour into a greased l-quart cas
serole. Place in a pan of hot water.
Bake in a preheated moderatei
oven (350 degrees F.) 114 hours or!
until a knife inserted in the center
ol pudding comes out clean.
: serve as a hot vegetable. 1
Cabbage Baked In Sour Cream
Cut'2V4 pounds cabbage Into
eating-size- pieces. Place in a
saucepan with 1 inch boiling water
and Vt teaspoon salt Bring to boil-
ine point and boil 5 minutes, r
Cover, and cook only until crisp-
tender ( about' J minutes ). Drain
il necessary. : s
. Place Jialf of the cabbage in a
l-quart casserole. Dot with 44 cup
sour cream, and sprinkle with Vi
teaspoon salt and H teaspoon
ground black pepper, ; Top with
Dot with another 44 cup sour
cream and sprinkle with an ad
ditional H teaspoon salt and Va
teaspoon ground black pepper.
- Ton with 44 cup soft bread
crumbs mixed with 2 tablespoons
Bake 20 minutes in a preheated
moderate oven (3TS degrees F.).
melted butter or margarine.- :
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Ivpe-wriltea Hrm and awilad to one
f Mia boa Mwnbais litt4 daily ia
aal and Otharwito," or deliver deliver-ed
ed deliver-ed by baad ra H aHica. Noticat of
Matinga caaaa bo- accepted by
American Legion Auxiliary
The regular meeting of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Legion Auxiliary, Unit
no. 3 will meet tonight at 7:30,
Nathaniel J. Own Post JJo. 3 in
Merlin Club Will
Give Dinner V--?
The Panama Marlin 1 Club will
hold their monthly meeting at the
reuro miguei coat uud on Tours
day,- Aug. 16., .v;.-i.-j-
Dinner will be served at 7 n.m
For reservations call Balboa 1387.
Il:rl!i3 Raye Dcllor
Affar Sleeping ;
Pill Overdose ;
MIAMI. Aug. 15 (UP) Martha
Raye, five-times married show
business comedienne, was "slight
ly improvea" toaay trom swallow-
ing an overdose of sleeome pills.
Doctors, who kept an all-nieht
vigu on tne screen, stase and tele
vision star, said, "her condition is
satisfactory she is slightly im improved."
proved." improved." '- '; ;,; v..
Miss Raye was found unconsci
ous in her Alton Road home yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, Se was taken to a hospi hospital
tal hospital where her stomach was pump-
ea ana sne was placed in an exy
Dr. Ralph Robbins, her physi-
cian. sam ne naa no iaea wnv tne
comedienne took the pills. But
friends said she was upset over
a squabble wun her 29-year-old
bodyguard, Robert O'Shea, a form former
er former WestporV Conn., policeman.
IN A CEREMONY taking place at the office of the Comptroller General Roberto Heurtematte,
recently, diplomas for completion of training were awarded three member of the organiza organization.
tion. organization. Those receiving their diplomas will take further courses in the United Sttaes tinder the
auspices of, Point Four. From left to right are Edmund Mesienhelder, Assessor of Point Four;
Aguedo Magallon, Statistics Specialist; Miss Gonzalez, Statistics Specialist; Comptroller Gen General
eral General Roberto Heurtematte; Miss Casis, Mr. Cesar Sibauste, Legal Assessor of the Contraloria,
and Mr. Edward Harrold, Coordinator ol Point Four Programs.'
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l!o. 2 LUaCII
l!o. 3 LUI1CH
Includes Appetizer Soup or Consome
.- Entree Salad Dessert Bread
Butter & Coffee or Tea
MUSIC AND DANCING EVERY NIGHT
- TYPICAL NIGHTS on WEDNESDAY with
V "Con junto Plicet" and Margarita EscalaV
EL RANtHO GARDEM
The housewife who makes
habit of dropping in on her
friends during the mornlne
nours snouia realize mat even
though she feels free to visit
during "working" hours her
friends might not feel likewise,
It would be much more eon'
siderate to- put off the visiting
until aiternoon. 1
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If fat nrina rum Sswa ar aukaa
r ahort of bnath and Mdanrara
rour htalth, you will find H aaay
to hM a half pound a 4ay with th
nw Hollywood mothod ealUd
rORMOOB. No drutla dieting- r -.
oxorciM. AlMoIutclr ufo. Ask rouv
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or -1 flavor. Accept no ubstitute-- L ,ulill
get St Joc.ph Aspirin For Children. J a nouZ.
woavro uaoaor oaum unai worn nuai
FOR THIS WEEK STARTING THIS -EVENING:
A "JUST ARRIVED," selection.
- TEA ''-
Many,ifferent styles and designs: Good for i
yourome, wonderful for CIFTS. 1 No need
to tojfl you how low they've been priced.
Everyone knows our Specials are Always
; MAKE A; LITTLE TIME.i COME TO .'
,.' Opposite the Ancon.-P.OV-r
EVERY WEDNESDAY from 7:30 p.m.
LUQIO and his ORaiESTRA will fjlay
his special brand of music that's become
tops with all Isthmians! )
Alr-onditioned Bella Vista Room
Call Maitre D 3 660
I IHIl y i
A Kirkcby gam
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INVENTORY '' SALE
Fractfcian a Whole Workshop of Power Tools I
46-Pc Drill Set
; 4-StoT Fecrtvre! Sears Rnest For Tire Money T
8-in. Bench Saw
'46 pc drill set Reg. $74.95 Now $ 66.00 1 Behch Saw ReS' Now $99.00
I Pnwt'r Tnnl
36 pc. drill set Reg. 49.95 38,00 Bench .."..;
A real power shop for fh homel 46 pieces in all l2 H.p. Motor
Drills, grinds, polishes, buffs, sands. Rugged, V4-inch I
Craftsman drill with geared key chuck. Powerful, i
wiversal AC-DC motor. 3 wire cord and plug.
Boys and Girls
Sealed ball bearings for longer life I Cuts up to 2VS
inches at 90, Chisel tooth blade. Buy at Sears.
Pedestal tool stand 00.00 Sid extensions 0X9
Vi HP motor 00.00 Casters 0.00 Powr-Panl 0.09
e ..- of Bar it v .-.v.-,---
v Powerful Elgin 7', HP with Fofwar-Nevtrai Oetdi
i Outboard Twlotors
,513 Reg. $319.95 Now $299.00
.'212 ..... M 149.95 122.00
n no maw A A nn 1 7 12 349 95 133.00
Reg 89.9o JOY $ 00.?? J12. Jl 399.95 377;0Q
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FARMACIA EL BATURRO
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Via Pama 111
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Via baaaa in,
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
lot Contra In.
IS Central inm
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CANAL tOSX POlf O.IN1C
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riMti el Juryl Ave,
(Bonli Aiwoo School Playtreunai
To, mil.- Paaaau
r Retirement, life
Phone Ptuni 8-0551
TtAWCPOBTES BAXTER. 1. A.
Packer Shipper Mover
Phonal J -245 J -62
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOl
Riding Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 Hiona 2-2451
ar by appointmenr.
-W1 will relieve Tout"
cerm. callainsca. aIH
(Dr. fkholl trained) : t
It Just AtMencM Pa. t-tZU
: US Research Grenfs
To Be On Basis Oi
5 'i 'WASHINGTON,- Aug. 15 (UP) -The
White House announced yes yes-;
; yes-; ; tcrday that from now on-federal,
i" irants for non-secret research will
' e awarded on the basis of asci-
entist's competence rather t n a n
.. his loyalty, i ;
t When disloyal activities come to
light, they are to be referred to
law enforcement i agencies. B u t
grant3 wUl not be held up ;on al-
i legauons aione. ; -, ,. (
- The new- policy, affecting all
lederal agencies interested m re re-,
, re-, search,, was disclosed, in a letter
from presidential assistant Sher-
man Adams, to Dr. Detle JJ.
Bronk, president of the National
Academy of Sciences.
. "An atmosphere of free Inquiry
. and protection of individual rights
, are prerequisite o-- -,y
lie progress in this country," the
t letter said.
1 The groundwork for the policy
.... ..c lairi last inrine by
an academy committee, headed, oy
Dr Julius strawon, enuuet anew
tists of the Massachusetts Insu Insu-tute
tute Insu-tute of Technology.
.T'.--i m .v. y ,.
, Congressional hearings had e e-toked
toked e-toked a rash of charges that com competent
petent competent scientists were being left
nt nf eovernment research pro-
crams nn the basis of flimsy loyal
u charges. Federal agencies con
trolling the funds followed various
policies. in maKing grants.
1 1 ''IfJJmy
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if- I iSw Dryerr 11
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
' ARIAS, HATISSJ ASSOCIATE".
J Bid Ask
Abattoir Nacional ;...' "" "M"
Banoc riduelarn) ...... 418
Cetnenlo Panamt Tl tSJO
Cervecerla Nacional .... SI
Cnirlcana da Lecha .... 11
Oayeo .1...... ......... S
Cueotaa Comerdalm v
' Pret. wltA Con.
Omtiladora Ifadonai .M
Ptcl With Cora. .....
flnantaa, 9. A.
Pref. with Com.
. I SO
Fuerra y Luz Prtt ... 4711
Fuerza y LuxCsn. ... W t ;
General 0a Sefjroa .... S5
Pananefla do Aceltee ... M
Panamcna da Fibrai ... it
Panatnefia da Seguro .. ZS 1 Tl
Panamcfla do TaUtco ..10 11 11
Teatro Bellavtxta ...... T50
Taalro Central KS
FOR SALE: Mahaf any dininf
' raom tablt, 6 chairt, buffet,
china clotat, wicker chain, parca parca-laia
laia parca-laia table and chairs. Call at Via Via-lerte
lerte Via-lerte Supply No. 4-34, Bella
, Yiata, 44tb Street; durinf day.
FOR SALE: Livina
factional, 6 piecee. Arbaii, 1 1th
St. 1052,. Apt. 9. Colon,
FOR SALE: Complete Rattan
living room tat $250; mahaqany
''dining tablt and chairs $90;
aiahogaay telephone tabla $15;
rocking chair $12,50; dreucr
$10; water heater $45; kitchen
(tap ttaal $5. Phana 3-6792
FOR SALE Due ta trip. Ori-
antal nig, 7iH. Vary cheap. Je Je-t
t Je-t yeria Miami, Phana 2-1747 Faa-
FOR SALE: Mahagany dining
room table, 4 chairt $45; four four-pieca
pieca four-pieca living room set $45; doy-
bla bad, mattress, springs $20. -Call
Pedre Miguel 419.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Smooth tires, suit suitable
able suitable for reconstruction "Recon "Recon-structora
structora "Recon-structora Nacional," Peru Ave.
No. 7. Phona 2-0406.
WANTED; 1 955 Chevrolet
BelAir 4 -door sedan, radio, 6-'
cylinder, goad shape. Will pay
spot cash. Call Mr. Batista, Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama 2-4222.
Future Of United Kingdom's Electricity,
From Nuclear Energy Planned In 4; Stages
LONDON. Ausr. 13 The fu-
ture.' -Of. elert.riritv Mnrraflnn 1
from nuclear enerev is ronsider-
ed In the United Kingdom ,to
consist of four stages. The first
is the commercial staee. which
is dosa to1 realization In Brit Brit-tain,
tain, Brit-tain, Its characteristics are the
use of nig stations, technically
unpretentious ;. but immediately
practical, and suited to continu
ous, or base-load, operation in a
country where fuel costs are
high and the need for a new
souree-- of energy is already
In the second stage, nuclear
energy w!U become commer commercial
cial commercial in countries which, like
Britain, are highly Industrial,
lied, but which are better pro provided
vided provided with cheap energy. Con Conditions
ditions Conditions generally will be s'mi s'mi-lar;
lar; s'mi-lar; bat design will be techni technically
cally technically more advanced, the eon eon-version
version eon-version of raw nuclear fuel in into
to into energy will proceed more
rapidly, and coats will be less.
In the third siaee. evnanslnh
wui again ce more rapid, both in
Britain and on a world scale
Types of nuclear nower stationn
:wlU then be in use which pro
duce more nuciear iuei tnan
tney consume; .. there will be
more flexibility In size of sta
tion, and many .more countries
win te -ouying power stations.
In the fourth stage, which is
st.ill Tomntp tha irum f v,
hydrogen-bomb may have been
lamea, ana the problem of en energy
ergy energy sources solved for so long
a time ahead that no forseeable
limit can be set.
Information about the outlook
for all these stages is given in
the second annual report of the
United Kingdom Atomic Ener Energy
gy Energy Authority; and, although
they may become blurred in
outline with time, they provide
a convenient basis for planning.
Further information on some
points has emerged at a confer conference
ence conference given by Sir Edwin Plow Plow-den,
den, Plow-den, the chairman of the au authority,
thority, authority, Sir John Cockcroft and
The first stage Is that rep represented
resented represented by Britain's Calder
HaU station, to be opened by
Queen Elisabeth ta October,
and by des'gns for improved
stations based on it to be built
for the Central Electricity Au-
Enters Low Bid
For Painting ;
Servicio Brouwer submitted
an apparent low bid of $1390 for
an interior painting contract
which includes the painting of
ten apartments and one house
on both the Atlantic and Pacl
fic sides. Bids for this contract
were ODened Wednesday morn
ing by the Panama Canal Com
Apartments to be sainted In.
elude: Nos. 1430-J and 0431-E tif
Ancon; Nos. 0759-B, 0777-G
1517-B and 1550-B of Balboa:
No. 5520-A of Diablo and Nos
8036-C. 805S-C and 8152-C of
Houfe 625X of Balboa Is to be
Daniel Kolas also submitted
bid for this contract.
FOR SALE: 1950 Packard,
good condition, $400, 2-doer.
Phana Cristobal 3-3256,
FOR SALE: 1950 Chrysler 4 4-daar
daar 4-daar sedan, perfect condition.
Garage Sterling, Phana 130 Co Colon.
lon. Colon. FOR SALE: '54 Dedge 4-dear
Coronet V-l, automatic trans-;
mission, radio, heater, undersea!,
excellent condition, low mileage.
Phana evenings Coco Sola 8640,
FOR SALE: '55 Plymouth 2-dr.
Savoy, power f litev radio, heater, '.,
law mileage, underseal, excellent
condition. Phona Ft. Gulick IS-
351 ar SS-2SB. -V,"-"- .',..-.-.w.,v
FOR SALE: Lata. 1953 Ford
Victoria, fully equipped, new
tubelass tires and battery. Ac Actual
tual Actual mileage 7,400 6246-B, Los
Rios, Balboa 2441.' V
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury 4 4-doer
doer 4-doer sedan, new whitewaU tires
and radio. Real bargain. Leaving
Isthmus. Phona Panama 2-1463
(Reuben) from I a.m. ta 5 p.m.
LEAVING TO W N Sacrifice
1953 Plymouth, used anly 25, 25,-000
000 25,-000 milat, $300. 46th Street
East, just aff Via Espana.
FOR SALE:' 1951 Chevrolet 4-
door sedan, perfect mechanical'.
condition. Autos Eisenman, SJL
Phona 2-2616 ar 2-4966.
thorlty. The sites for two of
these have been chosen, and
proposals for a third station
in Scotland, have been exam examined.
ined. examined. -'v.l--;-.
- t?;;, ..t.V"i..-. -eivK
The news about this stage Is
that the imount of electricity to
be generated bv these stations
will be appreciably greater than
urat esumatea; now much
greater will not be known until
tenders have been accepted.
This stage Is now close, and the
stations may well be the first in
the world, the report states, at
which electricity generation
from nuclear energy will be
strictly commercial. ; t ;;
' Thj choice of a second-stage
type of station is about to be
made. Although not yet quite
definite, it is expected that it
will be tooled by a molten met metal,
al, metal, sodium, instead of the gas
used at Calder .Hall; and that
the Job of slowing up the neu neutrons
trons neutrons released In the fission of
uranium atoms will be done, a a-galn,
galn, a-galn, by graphite blocks,
If this expectation is fulfilled,
the British program will, in ef effect,
fect, effect, have by-passed the water water-cooled
cooled water-cooled reactor, and much higher
working temperatures will be
possible. The choice is expected
to be made finally by about the
end of the year, and a proto prototype
type prototype to be built by about 1960. If
satisfactory economically, pro production
duction production stations developed from
this type might then be built
during the 1960's.
The outlook' for the third
stage is more open; in Its
large-scale appl'cation, It has
. been taken to belong to the
197B's, The report shows that,
. as well as the sheU-enclosed
reactor which is being built ex ex-perimentally
perimentally ex-perimentally at Dounreay in
the North of Scotland, re re-'
' re-' search on three other systems
is proceeding. By 1957-58 a de de-1
1 de-1 cision to build one or two
. more experimental reactors
, will probably be taken. The re re-.
. re-. port imnlies that by this stare.
, or noss'bly earlier, thorium (as
wen as uranium) will have be become
come become important as a raw ma material
terial material of atomic energy.
Behind these indications of
piannmar and intention there
lies a still expanding program of
researcn, mucn or it m metaUur
gy and chemistry. Provision is
being expanded for testing ma
terials and even comolete com.
ponents under the conditions of
neavy irradiation which will be
encountered in advanced types
of reactors. And questions of
materials are receiving atten
tlon. Thus British production of
h lc n -nil o H f v anmr vonfl In
stage-one and probably in stage stage-two
two stage-two reactors, is being expanded.
And consideration Is being given
to the adapting of an existing
process for the production of
thorium to work on a larger
scale. : .
As to the suggested fourth
stage of development, the re report
port report shows that Britain lias
been working since 1948 on
the possible application of re reactions
actions reactions of the hydrogen-bomb
type with a view to thefe- .use
vltimately in power stations.
But the ma'n news contained
in the report Is a statement of
difficulty. For a reactor of this
kind to be possible, a temper temperature
ature temperature in the region of 100 mil million
lion million degrees centigrade is stat stated
ed stated to be necessary. J-
FOR SALE: 1946 Ford 4-doer,
good condition; English bicycle.
Call 13-3209 after 4 p.m. ar tea
tham at Qtrs. 540-B, Curundu
FOR SALEUtast modal Dyn Dyn-optic
optic Dyn-optic Labrascopas, Bauscfc 0
Lamb. Professional. Tel. 706-A.
FOR SALE: Congoleum, one
, 5x6, ana 6x12, ana 1x12, ant
6x14; ana 6-ft. step ladder; faur
Venetian blinds 35"48" long;
ana 4-dr. steel locker 15"30
6 ft.; 250 redwood slats Vs "a
1"xS ft.,' ana battery charger. v
Phona Bal. 2571.
FOR SALE: Records: classic,
popular and iati, 90 discount.
Agencies Diet, 37th Street No.
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel
puppies, 6 weeks aid. Phone 3 3-2779.
2779. 3-2779. 16th Street No. 97, San
Taking orders for Mynah birds,
the world's best talking bird. A- i
vailable only ana each year. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-3169.
Rodman Golf CInb v
A business meeting of the
Rodman Golf club will be held
in the clubhouse at. 1 p.m. to
morrow. All members and past
memoers are cordially invited.
The reason for this Is that It
will be necessary sot only to a
chieve the release of heat from
these reactions onV a useful
scale, but to balance losses f
heat whloh inevitably would be!
neavy. The temperature now
stated to be necessary is about
100 times higher than that pre previously
viously previously stated to be marginal
for the detection of the wanted
type of reaction; and, although
"extremely high temperatures
have been measured, it is clear
that power reactors of this kind
belong to a much more remote
stage. Research on them is im important,
portant, important, and may be expanded,
but remains an insurance for the
The Panama liner Panama is
scheduled to sail from Cristobal
Saturday afternoon with 90
passengers for New York and
two for Port-au-Prince, Haiti,
according to the advance pas passenger
senger passenger list.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. Ep
stein are the passengers booked
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for New York follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Ad Adams;
ams; Adams; Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.
Bachman; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Campbell; Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Chamberlain; Mr. and Mrs. Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Cohen and two children;
Mr. and Mrs. Joel L. Cook; Mrs.
Elizabeth Corcoran; Norman E.
Demers; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dll Dll-son;
son; Dll-son; Mr. and Mrs. Rowland
Doughty; Miss Bessie Eneelberg;
James L. Ewlng; Mrs. Charles
Farley; Mr. and Mrs. William n.
Pelton; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil I. Fi-
danque and Peter Flolek. ;
'Mrs. Una Oenore; Philip M
Goodman, and daughter Mrs.
Helen Griffin; Miss Helen Grif Griffin;
fin; Griffin; Miss Blanche Gunhouse:
Rev. P, Francis Guterl; Mr. and
Mrs. Trowbrldcre Heaton and two
children: Buell Hollister: Miss
Brooke Hollister: Miss Charlotte
Jons and M)"ss Marl Keegan.
Edward W. Lawrence; Miss
Ann Leydet; Miss peggv Lydet;
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lewis;
James E. Loved v; Joseph J. Lu Lu-knes;
knes; Lu-knes; Miss Marie McCaulev;
Miss Ruby Marks: Mrs. Henriet Henrietta
ta Henrietta Meyer: Mrs. Mildred W. Mon Money
ey Money and five children; Mr. and
Mrs. H. Duke Miller: Mr. and
Mrs. Euo-ene E. Norton: Mr. and
Mrs. John W. O'Connell; Mis
Helen Pawlus; Mr. and Mrs. Will
Price and two children: Miss
Viola Raupp and Miss Frances
Miss Celia Roeow: Miss Helen
Rogow; Mrs. Edith Sirica; Miss
Dorothy Sloeum; Miss Anne
Smit; Miss Marie St. Leger; Mr.
and Mrs. Roy M. Steele; Mrs.
Gertrude Sucodolsk: James M.
Terrell; Caryl J. Watklns; Mrs.
Dorothy watklns: Mrs. Frances
Wheeler: Miss Ethel K. W11-.
helm: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Wishnie; Miss Minna Witkoff
and Miss Dorothy Young,
ATTENTION ft l.t Just built
Madera furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold w a t a a,
Phana Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments.
Alhambra Apartments, 10th St.
No. 8061. Phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT: -Modern efficiency
apartment. Stove, refrigerator,
hot water, air-conditioned. Cam-
po Alegra, Phona after 6 p.m.
X0R RENT-2-bedroom apart
ment wrtn tot water. Ave. Cuba
'near Bella Vista Theater)
58, corner. Phone 3-3329.
FOR RENT, Modern furnished
apartment, screened, military in inspected,
spected, inspected, one and two bedrooms.
5 minute walk from Zone. Call
FOfc RfcNTi Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, ill comforts, inspected,
screened. Via Espana, house be before
fore before Juan Franca.
FOR RENT:-r-Nica furnished a a-pertinent
pertinent a-pertinent for' couple or small
. family. Via Insil'No. 121. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-1314.
FOR RENT:.- X two-bedroom
furnished apartment with garage
and maid's room". 51st St. No.
20, corner of Federico Boyd.
Phona 3-4507. I v
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment, Bella Vista 45th St.
FOR RENT: Freshly painted
bedroom, living room, dinette dinette-kitchen.
kitchen. dinette-kitchen. Ideal for couple. Cilia
Darien No. 14-21, next street
from 4th July Avenue. --
J. t.v;, i m: nr.
. 4TH OF JULY AVE.
o Furnished .
o Air Conditioned'
o Elevator Service
o Maid Service,
o Pullman Kitchen
e Hot and Cold Water,
o Parking Nearby
or visit, premises.
At Tropical Club
The Lock City Dancing and
Sporting club will hold a "Visi "Visitor's
tor's "Visitor's Night" at the Club Tropi Tropical
cal Tropical tomorrow night at 8:30. Pro
fessor Murphy and his Boys will
dispense the music. Other square
dance clubs are invited.
IT. S. Trained
Corner MW and Darien
Service Calls Till 10:00 p.m.
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
Mr. Car Owner: Aro you disgust disgust-ed
ed disgust-ed with the present servicing of
your auto? Why not call John Johnston
ston Johnston guaranteed auto repairs. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 456-A. 16th St. Melen Melen-dci,
dci, Melen-dci, Colon, R.P.
Repair, ref inish Rattan furniture,
complete with new wrappings.
Guaranteed workmanship. Mouse
delivery. Papular prices. Front
Balboa Beer Garden, Jimmy."
FOR RENT: Modern chalet,
first occupancy. Corner of 15th
Street and 2nd Ave. near Partilla,
2 bedrooms, latest style closets,
living and dining rooms, ampla
kitchen, separata maid's room,
laundering spaco, hot water con connections,
nections, connections, garage, very reasona reasona-ble
ble reasona-ble rental. Sea Kosmas Tailor.
Shop. No. 9-23 28th St. (for (former
mer (former q st.i. .,,.;. -t ...
tOK. RENT-Choice Canal va
cation quarters,- 5 months, com-
pletely f urnbhed, ocean view.
FOR RENT: FURNISHED
ROOM, BELLA VISTA, FACING
STREET, SEPARATE ENTRANCE.
FOR RENT: Large furnished
room, bachelor. Centrally locat located,
ed, located, near bus stop. Phone Panama
2-4342, 9 to II and 4 to 5.
Across fechin To
link Vllh InvEdsrs
J1ANGOON, Burma, Aug. 15 -I
(yP) Burmese military police
nsve been ordered south of Myit-I
kyina to bend off' a number ofi
.Burmese Communists cuttins a a-cross
cross a-cross Kachin .state to link forces'
wtih Coinni inist Chinese "invad "invaders,"
ers," "invaders," it was reported today. I
The Communist Chinese hrve1
penetrated Burma In several plac places
es places in addition to Wa state, which
they were recently asked by the
Burmese government to evacuate,
the report said.
It said 100 Burmese Communists
seeking to contact the Red China
forces were headed by Maran La
Dee, a former officer of the mili military
tary military police who joined the Burma
Workers and Peasants I arty (a
pro-Communist opposition, party)
and escaped to Red China.
Authorities said Maram La Dee
received Communist training in
Red China and recently returned
to Kachin sAte.
WTLLTNGTON.v Conn. fUPi
- The first thinif state noliceman!
mill.'..-. T i . i
miuaiu ocaiuo aaw vpon reiurn-
mg irora two years sick leave
was his bandaged, mother, She
had just been brought in from an
accident at an intersection whers
Beattie had been, injured two
THE NE17 AUSTIN 1956
DESIGNED AND BUILT FOR
, COMFORT DURABILITY AND ECON05IY
ITS COST AND MAINTENANCE IS THE LOWEST IN THE FIELD li
JUST Attt ANY AUSTIN OWNER!
CIA CYRNDSS. A.
ONE BLOCK FROM TIVOLI CROSSING
PHILLIPS OcoeaeJdo Cortagoa,
Santa Oars. Boa 435, Selbeo.
Phono Pane aw 1-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
. Gramlich't Santa Ciere loach
Cartage. Modern conveniences,
moderate ra.'ts. Phone Gamboa
BEACHSIOE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phono Thompson Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mila part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa, 1866.
Baldwin's furnished apartment
at Santa -Clara Bosch. Tola-,
phono Smith, Balboa 381.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: One 19 and one
20 cubic foot honors, upright
shelf -typo. Bargains. Phone 3 3-4718.
4718. 3-4718. V J
FOR SALE: outboard boat, 14
feet, twin 14-hp. Evinruda mo mo-tori,
tori, mo-tori, trailer and misc, equipment
$475.. Balboa 2441, 6246-B,
Bogueran St., Los Rroa.
FOR SALE: House and grounds
on th E) Valla road. Phono 2-
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carre A
New York Service
"HEREDIA" t ......
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
. and Seattle. :
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
. . CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $240.01
: To Los Angeles and San Francisco and
,. Returning from Los Angeles ......... $278.00
To Seattle and Return $365.00
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904
rl ' :
WITH 4 OR 6
YOU CAN DEPEND ON IT!
VISIT US AWJRY THEM
D0RES8 WAITES SCHOOL OF
DANCING reopening September
4th. Registration August 30th,
3lit 10:00 to 5:00; Septem September
ber September 1st 9:00 to 12:00. Celum- i
bus Club 1 upstairs). Residenca
Learning Spanish? Try SPANISH f
VERBS IN A NUTSHELL, 25.
at Morrison's, Surany's, Club- 1
house and Exchangee. ,'
FOR RENT. Chicago Bar busi
: "Camera da Cemercio
Phono 3-61 18J
FOR RENT4ffic apace 102
sc.. meters, ir-condition and
; Janitor service Included. Apply
to Continental Shipping Corp.,
next to Raymoad Clinic.
WANTED: American to man man-age
age man-age tha Chicago Bar on Central
Avenua and K Street. For infor information
mation information inquire Agencies Thrall,
"Camera da Comlrcio" Building.
Phono 3-6118. t
WANTED: ,To experienced
delivery talesmen pi Canal Zone
route. Must knewltnglish fluent-
, ry and. have Oxpitienca.' Must
shew references, flood pay. Ce-
. locacionot y SacMtariade,' S.A.,
: Ave. Justo Arosehen 34-38,
, !Algw 24
tots o ,.0,
' t Arrive ;
f . : Cristobal
'. ; Aug..l7
"WEDNESDAY. AUGUST IS, 1958
TSE PANAMA AMERICAN A3 INDEPENDENT DART NEWSPAPER
with. Jorge Astral
- and -CORAZON
with Martha Roth
T I VOL
BATTLES OF CHIEF
- Also: ...
, THE SHANGHAI
- POPULAR NIGHT I
5110 PER CAR!
with KIRK DOUGLAS
and MARTLIN MAXWELL
Sensational European Double
Gina Lollobrigida, in
MUJER POR UNA NOCHE
with Gino Csrvi
Sophia Loren, in
DOS NOCHES CON
Gold Prize J17J.00
RAGE AT DAWN
with B. Stanwyck
- and -THE
with R. Mitchum
ha. ktv eta" A in 1 I
840 kcs., Panama Gty
in i. ...;u l . a .
y , i uim-. we a oener oury fop in the tana before
someone sees him!''
0VS.- TV RADIO
by Erskine Johnson
, HOLLYWOOD -(NEAV Hoi-
lywoodites 'Are Talking About: Re-
' ports t that the Andrews J Sisters
aren't as "made up" as they ap
pear to be. .The quids re-issue
of the movie "Titanic,; following
the Andrea Doriasea disaster.
The TV version, recently repeat repeated,
ed, repeated, f may be shown for the third
time this month. ,. .Linda Christian
delaying her return to Hollywood
from Europe until September.
That's when she'll pick up the chil children
dren children from ex-huby Ty Power.
va Pnrrinm won't be back in Hoi-
liwnnd until then, either. .The
Ki anlarv that lured Judy Gar
land to Las Vegas, which may be
rtneated for Danny Kay e. Several
spots' have renewed bids for bis
first tight club appearance there
" Paramount announcing "Tht De-
linquent" as Jerry Lewis" tint
solo starring comedy. But a mov mov-io
io mov-io with the same title was iust
filmed in Kansas by an indopond indopond-nt
nt indopond-nt producer, .Gail Russell, ths
hard-luck kid, landing another
movie role in "The Tattered
? Joe E. Lewis' line to night
elub heckler: i
-, 'Meet me at the-beach tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and I'll show you how to
Richard Widmark's plans to
film "Time Limit,'' story about
returning soldiers from Korea
accussd of Communist collabora collaboration.
tion. collaboration. .Latest big economy move
at MGM: The firing of six mes messenger
senger messenger girls. .Johe Huston re reportedly
portedly reportedly buying rights for a film film-biography
biography film-biography at Sigmund Freud.
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Joe Cot Cot-ton's
ton's Cot-ton's description of his most re recent
cent recent western, "Bottom ef the Bot Bottle":
tle": Bottle": "It was one of those hard hard-drinking,
drinking, hard-drinking, soft-riding cowboy
THE WITNET: Sign outside a
sound stage where a western is
being filmed: "Old cowboys never
die, they just smell that way."
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD. MRS.
JONES: Film alley's new word
for poor box office receipts: Vi Vi-doldrums."
doldrums." Vi-doldrums." A New York Actress who has
become a big movie hit won't
pose for still pictures. Her reason
has movietown photographeis
scraicmng ineir Heads. She says:
a posea picture looks posed.
August wedding belle: One-time)
kid star Helen Parnsh (Three
Smart Gtrlsl who becomes the!
bride -of radio and TV producer
John Guedel. They met when She
read the commercials on Art Link Link-letter's
letter's Link-letter's "House' Party,";" one of
S'...4.1. .U ....... -. .. V.
uucuci a auuwa. .. .. '
Humphrey Bogart must still be
chuckling over Sam Goldwyn's af
vertising for the last re-issue of
his 1937 movie hit, "Dead End.''
Bogart was hailed in the ads as
"the bay-face killer."
Please, agents,' Bogart hasnt
been a bay-face since he started
shaving. As a matter of fact,
not long after "Dead End; was
filmed. Jack Warner signed Bo
gart to a 14-year contract and I
can still hear Warner's'' words
about the long term.
"Fourteen year he said.
"can't hurt that Bogart face."
Gene Kelly and Betsy Blair mav
appear to be constantly separated
by movie making here and in
Europe, but there has never been
a big void in their marital life.
says Betsy: "The longest we've
ever been separated was three
months when I was making a mov
ie in Switzerland. And even then,
Gene left a film he was making
in Paris for a two-day visit with
me." She flies back to Paris and
Gene immediately after complet
ing "Tne Hamaay israna."
Hollywood-Fights Type Cast
ing note: A call sheet for Univer
sal-International s "Crazy : Love'
"Pia cookLars Gundorson."
Swedish Lars, it's said, boat out
three gentlemen named Grandol
to, Ruboni and Con a for the role,
Audie Murphy sponsored a trip
to Hollywood for two Boy Scouts
from Texas. When he asked them
the name of their favorite, star
tney cnoruseq: Koy Kogers.
Tomorrow, Thursday, Aug. 15
4:00 Feature Review
:30 What's Your Favorite (re
quests taken by phone
' till 3:00)
5:35-What's Your F o r 1 1 e
. (cont'd) ;
6:00 Allen Jackosrr Commen Commen--
- Commen-- tarv
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTSl
- REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30- Your Dancing party
,6:45 Do It yourself
7:oo-Haiis or ivy
1:30 VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requeststaken
queststaken (requeststaken by phone
. till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11 :00-Jazz Till Midnight
Today, Wednesday, Aug. 16
6:00 Slen On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
-- by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Mornlnir Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwoodi
8:30 Musical Reveille ; ;
8:15 sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:0' Spins and Needles (rev
; quests taken by phone
tut o.n ". i
11:05 Spins 'And Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer -12:00-r-New
s ' .v. i
12:30 Sweet And Hot t
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00 Tex Beneke ShOw
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Much-B i n-d i n g-In-The
3:00 Hank Snow And His
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.
quests taken by phone
till 3:00) ,
5:35 What's Your Ea vorlte
6:00 Allen Jackosn Commen Commentary
tary Commentary .'
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Here's To Veterans
6:45 Cooperative Hour
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report from D.S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
9:00 You Asked For It (re (re-,
, (re-, quests taken by phone
till 7:30) -10:30
Music From Hotel El Pan-
i. : ama
10:45 Temple Of Dreams.
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
Social and Oti
Barbecue At Union Club
A country, style, barecue party
for the teen set will take place be
side the Union Club Swimming
pool on Augst 24,. There wul.be
dancing to the Club's orchestrr
rickets for this auaur are one dol dollar
lar dollar per person. ,
The barbecue is being sponsored
by the ladies of the "Cumite. de
Ayuda Social" and funds collected
will go the Children s Home in Pa
There will be prizes.
Elame Dorfman Has
Elaine Dorfman celebrated her
5th birthday on Monday afternoon
with an enjoyable party for her
little friends. Those who attended
were: Dolores Alfaro, Rusty Bow-
en, Debbie Bleakley, Patsy
Grimm, Joan Lindh, Teddy Hea Heater,
ter, Heater, Jose and Corine Hoarde, Joey
Orr, Theresita Eggleston, Vivia
Thompson, Dicky and Diane Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, Charlie Nelson, Betty Jean
Boyken,. Ceci Eggleston and Ann
Sirthday Reception .,
' rars. waauro was tendered a re reception
ception reception at the home of her son
ind daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Maduro at their home in
Bella Vista on Thursday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, in celebration of Mrs. Ma Madura's
dura's Madura's 80th birthday, v; ? tt
Dinner For The Charles Letters
S Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jester
were entertained with a dinner
party last evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Miguel Corco at their home in An An-con.
con. An-con. The Lesters who are from
Miami, Florida, are visitine their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Lester of Balboa.
Fknned By Branifl
DALLAS. Aug. 15 -Chas. S.
Beard, president of Braniif Air Airways,
ways, Airways, Inc., announced that the
company filed a registration state statement
ment statement with the Securities and Ex Exchange
change Exchange Commission covering a
proposed offering of 1.105,545
shares of its common stock for pro prorata
rata prorata subscription 'by the holders of
its common stock.,
Shareholders will be offered the
opportunity: to subscne for the
additional shares on tne Dasis oi
three new shares for each five
held. The company will arrange to
have the subscriptions rights ad
mitted to trading on the New
York Stock Exchange. Sharehold Shareholders
ers Shareholders also will be given the privilege
The price at which .the Shsres
will be offered will be determined
bv the board of directors imme
diately prior to the effective date
of the registration statement. The
offer will be underwritten by F.
Eberstadt lc Co.
It is anticioatea that the pro
ceeds from thU offering, together
with finds derived from a 40 mil-ion-dollar
i long-term loan, p r e e-viousW
viousW e-viousW announced, and with com-
nanv funds, will he sufficient 1o
way the cost of new airirar,
"iht eox'oment a"i other facili-
Jes re'atinc to the comoa"v's
"eet enlarement and moderniza
tion pmwam. -In
addition, Braniff has made
arrangements under which the Ci City
ty City of Dallas, Texas, ussing revenue
bond financing, will construct for
the company's use a new 16.250,000
operations and maintenance base
io be located on Love rieia at
Dallas: Braniff alto is making ar arrangements
rangements arrangements to lease space in a
new buildine to be known as the
"Rraniff Airwave RuilHinff" in hi
constructed in Exchange Park,!
Dallas, in which all administrate
functions will be housed.
TEACHER STAYED CN
MARION, Kan. (UP ;
1909 Julia Campbell told her pa
ents, "I'll just teach the oi
year." She retired this summ
after 47 years, as an elemental
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DIABLO MTS Tony Curtis. Pat Crowley, Ernest Borgnlne
e'is ft 7:55 "THE SQUARE JUNGLE"
Dennis OTCeefe & Louis Hayward
"WALK A CROOKED MILE"
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MARGARITA Bette Davis Richard Todd Joan Collins
Yi5& 8;o5 "THE VIRGIN QUEEN"
6:15 k 7:55
Howard Duff and Llta Baron
'THE BROKEN STAR"
PARAISO "The Scarlet Coat" 4c "It's'A Dog's Life'1
LA BOCA ANNA" ft "LAS VEGA STORY"
SANTA CRUZ "DALLAS" ft "ONLY THE VALIANT"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 ft 8:15 "IVORY HUNTERS"
Break-up Said Cause
Of Lawsuit On IIBC
HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 15 (UP) -i
The reported break up of the com
edy team ot Dean Marun ana jer jerry
ry jerry Lewis has been blamed as the
indirect cause of a $3 million suit
against he National Broadcasting
York Pictures Corp.: yesterday
filed the suit in Federal District
Court, claiming it signed a con contract
tract contract with NBC to produce four
Martin arid Lewis television pro programs
grams programs annually for five years at
$250,000 a program.
The nicture firm charged that
NBC repudiated the contract last
Crooner Martin and comedian
Lewis recently i disclosed they
would appear separately following
a "cheduie nigruciuD lour.
Vivian Leigh 5
Suffers. Bitter :
: LONDON, Aug. 15 '(UP) Act
ress Vivien Leigh has been advii
ed by her doctors to take a long
rest and then a vacation to recov
er from the shock of losing her
baby, friends said yesterday.
Miss Leieh. 42. suffered a mis
carriage yesterday. The baby, due
in December, would have been the
first of her marriage to sir liu
The only visitors allowed at her
home near Thame, in osiorasnire,
yesterday were relatives and two
Sir Laurence' said: "She is as
well as can be expected. It is
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! Across' from Olympic1 Swimmingl Pool ;
ALL The FUN The: GAYETY
of PANAMA'S, CARNIVAL
This SATURDAY at our
ALL NIGHT CARNAVALITO
Queen Liz with Dlos Momo dancing
' during Carnival Festivities
TWO ORCHESTRAS Iron) 9 p.m. in the PATIO
CLARENCE MARTIN'S & LUCI10 AZCARAQA'S I
YOITLL HAVE THS BEST TIME EVER IF YOU COME IN A"
COMPARSA (GROUP OP 10 OR MORE COUPLES DRESSED
ALIKE WILL COMPETE FOR THE PRIZE OF tIS CREDIT
IN THE BELLA VISTA ROOM)'.
Call Public Relations, 3-1660, for more details.
IT'S PANAMA OWN SPECIAL MARDI-GRAS all
over again as QUEEN LIZ I and ber court make their
spectacular entrance to preside over the festivities!
DANCING and MERRYMAKING till DAWN!
Entranc6-41 person ;
In case of rain, the dance will take place
at 8:30 the following night.
.Monro your table row
Call Maitre 4'hotel 3-1660
Rnervetioni hold until 10 a.m.
tmr a i m
i nirkeby Hotel
. TEE PANAMA ASS!SICA!f A!f-1!CEI3T!CEENT 'IJAILY VZTZTTXTT'X
WEDNTSDAT,-AtGrST 15, 1J
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AVAILABLE AT CANAL ZONE RETAIL. OUTLETS
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TONITE PANAMANIAN NIGHT
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There will be a MAJOR GATHERING of ALL the Panamanian FOLK-
LORE, due to a HOMAGE being PRESENTED TO MARGARITA LO-
Li; : ZANO, Panama's most active 85-YEAR-OLD forerunner of the
O NO COYER CHARGE
-O NO ADMISSION
t" ..... j .. --!! .... 1 j
Such smart School fabrics ..vv they're
, up on all the latest children's
Style . and they're" fashionably for :
nil of them! They're practical
toor and peanut-priced. Come see
1-, v li
Vogue & McCall
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR
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yet is gentfe enough for delicate fabrics. See
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'MIDDIES CUE OBJECTIVE: - "he punch bowl. is', always a popular spot,i especially when
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rsfru rrW'l Allh DDCTTV I1ICC 'oveiy laaies are serving, uasi weeK wnen uuu miasnipmen
rviivu vyifi. ww rixuni mi invaded the Isthmus and Panama with Cruise "Charlie; yotii
ladies of Panama, and tha Canal Zone turned .out to show the visitors' a good time. Navy Officers' Wives Clubs
organized tea dances and receptions" which were held at, both sides of the Isthmus.. The Wives Clubs presided over r E
three separate .receptions at the. US Naval Station -Rodman and one at the US Naval Station, at Coco, Solo.. Si v
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bnUtSOME 'TWOSOME :' Four somewhat underfed -citizens open undisputed passage far 'their
rj0''ES A FOURSO'IE comParsa at the union Club Student s Carnivat on Saturday night
nilFPM CI CI f Aln IIED milOT How wouM-yu ,ike t0 have yu" trash carted away by such
yUCCil CUA I AitU ltCi LUUAl as these? ; Queen Elsa and her court assembled here are probably
' the most glamorous "sanitary engineers" ever to be seen on the Isthmusor elsewhere! Their motto 'could very
well be."Trash With A Dash." ;
; Queen Elsa and her court display their original and amusing costumes at the Student's Carnival on Saturday
night at the Union Club.) Miss Endara is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guillermo Endara of Panama, and. Is a
'sophomore at the 'Gulf Park College; iri' Mississippi, where she expects to return in the Fall.
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- -rzz tamju a.'i?.ican AN.rcrrrixrEM daily KiTVJPArrs
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of latest styles, from-European fashion designers.
COMFORTABLE FASHIONABLE DIFFERENT.
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',.. No. 22-06 Central Ave., f No, 18-60 Tivoli AvI.
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lA IA DCHl A Q"en Elsa l -rules that merriment be the order of the evening., Her Majesty and her
vY'VAi ..LA KtliiA court set the eo6d' example by dancing' among the debris of colored streamers at the Sat
urday night's Student's Carnival at the 4Jnkn Club. Th e. hour is late but' there ,seem to be not care about
;';mana.na., '! ".
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tmcc UTC I'ATIICD 'Baby'' e?ms to have copped the 'fead In what looks like the.V"Pahch.o" Pjstpla",
UUtb II J, l.tUIHtK student's Sweepstakes" which took place "at the Satyrday night Student's Carnival'
VVtV'l IT'C fSUn t -the Unionlub' Winner's prize for the event could be "Baby's"' cigar butt (slight'
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STEEL FJ.'.'GS TCI TECETAS Cristobal dock laborers in the background pause in their wo to
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toL t flashing such a brilliant smile. at her photographer husband. The box
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WtDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1531
ifexhall: Help Medileg
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1L iLwr- ui--irA-i -ll vi
Cincinnati Blanks Cubs
!s Braves, Bums Lose
By FRED DOWN
- NEW YORK, Aug. 15 (UP)-Joe Nuxhall, an
all-star pitcher who's been all scar"? most of the sea season,
son, season, today threw his weight into the Cincinnati Red Red-legs'
legs' Red-legs' desperate battle for survival in the National
Jxague pennant race.
The nominal ace of Xtit Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati ta Nuxhall had not
pitched a complete game and
had won only one decision since
the All-Star Game until he
came through yesterday with a
flve-hltter that gave the Red Red-'
' Red-' legs a 2-0 victory over .the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs: The win enabled the
Redlegs to pick up lull game
on-Wh the Milwaukee Braves
Q greater Importance was
the tact that the win snapped
a three-game Cincinnati losing
-streak and came at a time when
fua Redleg staff seemed, to be
buckling under pressure, of the
Vghjt race. Brooas, Lawrence,
Johnny Klippstein and Art Fow-ler--who
carried the Redleg
taff during the early part of
the yeareach has failed in re recent
cent recent days to step in as the
team's "stopper" during Its. re recent
cent recent slump. .- .,
Nuxhall, a 17 -game winner
'last season and a member of
Jthis year't All -Star team de.
ispHe a 6-8 record at the t!me,
tossed his second shutout and
et'rjick out four. Wally Post hit
hi 22nd homer in the fourth
inging and the Redlegs added
;Ptbe other nn with the aid
f The annual Dunlop sponsored
golf tournament at the Panama
Coif Club will get under way this
yte& end w i t h the qualifying I
ground for both men and women.
-The tournamentsponsored' by i
Agendas Doel will be played in
three flights With 32 players to a
flight. The men will play in two
flights, while there-will be a sepa separate
rate separate flight f orowmen. The 18 hole
qualifying ground must be played
hpfnr B n m Spnt -anI nnln
members in good standing are eli eligible
gible eligible to participate.
Handicaps as of Aug. 15 will be
used in the tournament. In the
match play rounds the handieans
will be ft of the difference of the
handicaps of the players. For the
qualifying ground, f handicaps
win aiso oe permitted. v i v
I be Doel Agencies will award
... neautiful prizes for all three
flights. Silverware will go to the
medalist in each flight, and to the
winner and runner-up of each
-The Dunlop Tournament is one
M. One annual attractions of the
Panama Golf Club, and a lar
fieloj is expected to compete for
uibi vaiuauie awaras.
of an error by Gerry Kindall
)n the eighth. s v
The St Louis Cardinals, bat battling
tling battling to retain fourth place; beat
the Milwaukee Braves, 6-2, for
their seventh win in 13 meetings
withttie league leaders. Murray
Dickson went the distance for
his ninth victory aided by a
pinch homer by former Dodger
Rocky Nelson that put the Red Red-birds
birds Red-birds in front, 3-2, in the sixth.
Bob Buhl, making his first start
since Aug. 4, suffered, his fifth
loss,: .( ; v
The Braves, However retained
their two-game Jead when the
last-place 7 New; York Giants
whipped the Dodgers, 3-1, on
Willie Mays.' two run eighth in inning
ning inning homer off Clem Labine.
Jim Hearn fired a seven-hitter
for his fifth win after matching
shutout pitching with Sal Mag Mag-lie
lie Mag-lie for six innings.
The fast-movine Phliaaeipma
Phillies trounced the Pittsburgh
Pirates, 3-0 and 11-2, to cele celebrate.
brate. celebrate. Richie Ashburn night
Harvey-? Haddlx and Curt Sim Simmons
mons Simmons each pitched a six-hitter
to win his seventh straight vic
tory. Ashburn delivered two mis
in each came as the Phillies
made it 13 victories in their last
17 games in an all-out drive on
: Mickey Mantle slammed his
42nd homer .to remain 13
games ahead of Babe Ruth's f
record 1927 pace and1 spark the
New York Yankees to a 12-2
drubbing of the Boston Red
Sox. Billy Martin drove in four
runs In a 15-hlt Yankee at attack
tack attack that enabled Johnny
Kucks to breese to his 16th
Wayne Belardi and Ray Boone
homered In the 15th inning to
lift the Detroit Tigers to a 6-4
verdict over the Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians after Cleveland pitchers
Early Wynn and Don Mossl re retired
tired retired 28 batterj in succession.
The Indians got 14 hits and nine
walks but left 20 runners strand;
ed on the basepaths.
jack Harsnman pitcnea a
four-hitter and homered and
Larry Doby also homered as the
cnicago White Sox crusned tne
Kansas City Athletics, 12-1. Jim
Rivera and Harsnman each col
lected three hits to lead the
White Sox' 16-blow assault on
three Kansas city pitchers.
Connie Johnson struck out 11
batters and pitched a six-hitter
to give the Baltimore Orioles a
3-0 wiri over the Washington
Senators, Chuck Stobbs yielded
only one earned run but suffer suffered
ed suffered his 10th loss, , ;
YESTERDAY'S STAR Joe
Nuxhall, whose f ve-hitter en enabled
abled enabled the Redlegs to score a 2-
victory over the Cubs. .
GET NEW TIRE SAFETY
j while you N
SAVE c? to IB TIRE COST
! i mi $
In The Llaiors
, LEADING BATTERS 4
(Based on 256 official at abts)
NATIONAL LEAGUE ;
Playeri Club "g ah r h pet
Aaron, Mil. 107 423 77.143 .338
Moon, St. L. 108 35 70 126 .327
Musial, St L. 112 428 62 134 .313
Sc'dlenst, N.Y. 84 302 34 94 .311
Bailey, Cincl. 85, 275 44 85 .309
' AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, N.Y. 108 394103 148 .376
Williams, Bos. S3 263 45 93 .354
Vernon, Bos. '88 303 51 101 533
Maxwell, Det 101 352 72 117 532
Kuenn, Det. 103 406 63 134- .330
- HOME RUNS,'
' Mantle, Yanks ...r...., 42
smaer, Doagers 32
. Adcock, Braves 28
; Kluszewskl, Redlegfs ., a 27
' Robinson, Redlegs ...... 26
T RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks .......... 108
Kaline, Tigers ... 92
Simpson, Athletics 88
' Musial, Cards . r ....... 87
Wertz, Indians 82
i Ber In 24 Years
( Ruth's Homer Record
St. Louis j,
New York .
Mantle, Yanks i . .103
Robinson, Redlegs i ..... 87
Snider, Dodgers 80
'Fox, White Sox ......... 80
Yost, Senators .......... 77
Bauer, Yanks ........... 77
r" hits rs..'
ManUe, Yanks ......... 148
Aaron, Braves .......... 143
Kaline, Tigers' 14V
Fox, White Sox 138
Ashburn Phils . . 136
' (Based on 11 Dec'sions)
W L Pet
Brewer, Red Sot ....16 ) 4 ,.800
Haddix. Phils ..11 S .786
Newcombe, Dodgers .18 5 .783
Ford, Yanks v.v..... 14 4 .778
Pierce, White SOx ..17 5 Ti773
, Thursday's Games
7:00 p.m.. Wildcats vs Badgers
8:00 p.m., Hawkeyes vs Wolver
The nninlnor nam nf ln.t.
night's twinbill saw the Wild Wildcat!
cat! Wildcat! defeatlnv the Wnlveriru.i bv
a score of 59-52 in a close and
hard fought contest Once a a-gain,
gain, a-gain, Raul Barbara led the
Wildcat with 9R noln'ta and was
aided by George Kirkland who
scored 13 pomu. ,'f ; -y
. Tn thn uppnnrt irama fh
Hawkeyes defeated the Badgers
oz-4B in anotner close contest.
Three boys shared the scoring
honors In 'each team. James
Watson. OWfin filithprlanrt anri
Albert Nahmad scored 14, 12 and
11 points respectively for the
Badgers. Danny WinkJosky.'Lane
Thompson and Lem Kirkland
scored 17, 12 and 11 points re
spectively xor tne Hawkeyes,
e oox scores: N ,. (.
' First Game
(Night Game) ;
New York 600 600 030-3 7 1
Brooklyn 000 000 1001 7 0
Hearn (5-11), Grssom and
Marlie, Labine (8-6) and How
Cincinnati 000 100 910-1 6 1
Chicago 006 000 000-4 5 3
, Nuxhall (g-8) and Burgess.
' Kaiser (3-6) and Landrlth. :
Pittsburgh 000 000 0006 v 6 0
Philadelphia 100 020 OOx 3 9 2
Friend (13-12) and foiles.
Haddlx (11-3) and Lopata.
Pittsburgh 001 000 100 f 6 2
Fhilade. 180 000 llx U16 1
Munger (3-3), Naranjo, Swan-
son, J. O'Brien. Hall and Shep-
Simmons (10-6K and Lopata.
Wolverines ; fg ft pf t
K. Morris .. .. .,6 1,4 13
k. Mead ;. ., ., 2
P. Delgado .. g
B, Hamilton ., ., ., 3
J. Chalmers 0
R. Perkins .. .i ,. 3
Totals .23 6 16 52
... t -, Wildcats
R. Barbara i-..10 6 1 26
is. cunningnam 0. 414
ii. siegie .. 4 0 0 8
W. Dolan ;, 2 4 18
a Kirkland ,6 1, 3 13
T. Corrigan 0 0 2 0
22 15 8 59
, :. Second Game ""'
Badgers tr ft pf
O.- Sutherland 3 6 4 12
J. Morris- 2 2 1
A.Uahmad .. .'. .... 4 3 5
T. Cunningham 0
D.-Les Londes .. 0
J. Watson .. 5
O. Cosca .. ,. 2
Totals 16-16 20 48
' : Hawkeyes
D. Wlnklosky 6
L, Reyes' ., 4
T. Womble '.. '2
B. Hele ... ...... O
L. Thompson ...... 4
L. Kirkland .. .. ..5
Totals Jl 10 21 62
i SAFER STRONGER. UST LONGER
p TRANSISTHMIAN HICHWAY
Today Encanto .35 .20
Gregory Peck, In 1
-THE MAN IN 'THE GRAY
'!-.'! I FLANNEL SUIT" ?
., In Cinemascope! ,,'
William Sylvester, ir)
"HOUSE OF BLACKMAIL"
Today IDEAL 20
Luis Aguilar. in
"AL DIABLO LAS
v ; MUJERES"
t Martha Roth, In
, "EL JINETE"
. Milwaukee at St Louis (N)
- New York ys Brooklyn (N)
(At Jersey City)- ;
Cincinnati at Chicago (2)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N)
Milwaukee 006 101 000 2 9
St. Lou 010 00Z 03x 6 : I
Buhl (14-5), Crone and Rice.
Dickson (9-9) and Katt
New York M
33 14 Vi
.477 20 Vi
Boston at New York
Detroit at Cleveland (N)
Ch-'cago at Kansas City (N)
Washington at Baltimore (N)
Boston, 000100 100 2 6
New York 203 000 25x 12 15
Parnell (6-3), Susce, Sisler,
aura and White.
Kucks (16-6) and Berra.
(Night Game 15 Innings)
021 000 600 000 0036 11
000 000 030 000 001 4' 14
Foytack, Gromek, Bunning
ADer ana House.
Wynn, Mossl (5-4) and Began,
Chicago 520 100 03112 IS 3
K. city 001 000 000 1 4 0
Harshman (10-7) and Lollar.
Ditmar (9-14), Shantt, fer ferriage
riage ferriage and Thompson, Ginsberg.
Washington 000 000 0006 6 2
Baltimore 010 000 02x 3 6 0
Stobbs (11-10), Chakales and
Johnson 5-7) and GastalL
Ibvs To t!:!th
Rulh's Sept. Pace
NEW YORK, AugT 15-(TJP) .1
Mickey Mantle seems certain
today to wipe out the greatest
barr'er In his path toward
Babe Ruth's home run record ;
the necessity 'of matching;
, the : Bambino's Septe mber
pace., ; .- yi,ir t ...
The Yankee slugger remain remained
ed remained 13 games ahead of Ruth's
record 1927 pace last night
when he hit his 42nd homer in
the team's 112th game. Ruth
hit No. 42 In the Yankees'
125th game on Aug. 28, 1927.
Ruth hit 17 homers in Sep September,
tember, September, 1927.
August is proving Mantle's
second hottest month homer homer-wise.
wise. homer-wise. He's hit eight in 12 games
already this month more
than he hit in any other
month except May. Ruth hit
nine homers in August, 1927.
1 Mantle's homer last night
came off southpaw Mel Par
nell It was his fourth against
the Red Sox this year but his
first off a left-hander. He fac faces
es faces 16-game winner Tom Brew Brewer
er Brewer today another pitcher he
has fa'led to connect against ;
for a homer this year.1
On The Alleys. .
DATES SET FOR SECOND AN
. NUAL MIXED DOUBLES
Early this week the dates were
announced for the second an?
nual Canal zone Mixed Doubles
Tournament. The tournament
manager has arranged for the
Diablo Bowling Center to be
opened on Nov. 3 and ; for ,' this
year's tourney. ;
Diablo was chosen due to a
definite choice preference shown
last year by the participants in
the same event which was held
at Balboa. L y -
This tournament holds both
American Bowline congress and
Women's International Bowling
Congress sanctions and is run
according to rule set by these
Auuit recreation maintains a
iast pace in Paraiso with the
opening tonight of volleyball
leagues for men and girls. Pre Preceding
ceding Preceding the volleyball games will
be an interscholastic basketball
clash between junior high teams
of Rainbow City and Paraiso.
Six men's outfits are enrolled
In the' .male volleyball loop
which has a player membership
of ninety The cerveceria Na Na-clonal
clonal Na-clonal Girls' Volleyball League
has four opwerful squads with a
totai enrollment .of sixty.
Tonight's Game -6:30
p.m. Rainbow city vs pa
ralso (Girls' basketball).
7:30 p.m. Rainbow City vs pa paraiso,
raiso, paraiso, (boys' basketball).
8:30 p.m. Marlposas vs Golden
mty (girls' volleyballr. '-i
9:00 p.m. Salem vs D.C. (men's
10:00 p.m. Whirlpool vs L. B.
Braves (men's volleyball).
? 7:00 p.m. Golondrlnas vs Ma
7:30 p.m. Whirlpool vs Salem,
8:00 p.m, L, B. Braves vs J.C.
, 8:30 p.m. D.C. vs conllffe
of these groups are eligible
enter. Entrv blanks will h
vaUableJn the near future at all
Service Center Bowling "alleys
and at most military bowling es-
x.iiiry win oe limited to no
more than 64 couples and the
present prize list is based on no
less than 60 couple entries.
A total of 26 trophies, based
on the above entry will be given
with a special nrize to be elve
away during the course of thw
tournament. This orize has been
donated by Louis F. (Lou) Qlud's
store, the mail order department
store serving both the Canal
zone and Panama.
Entries will be accepted for
this tourney up until Oct. 27.- No
entry will be acceded after
tnat date. Get your entry in ear
ly 1f you have a preference as
to date you wish to bowl Fur-
tnet Information can be obtain
AU persons who are members eo by calling Balboa 2-3066
' Opca Nightly ftsm
21 (BLACK JACK)
By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK, Aug. 15 (UP)
Mickey Mantle is the best bet in
24 years to break Babe Ruth's
home run record of 60 but there's
heartbreak ahead for the young
Yankee if his campaign follows
the old pattern.
At least, four times .in the 29
years the game's greatest sluggers
have been taking dead aim on the
record some power swinger has
roared into September ahead of
the Bambino's pace as Mantle is
almost certain to do and all four
times they failed.
Jimmy Foxx, whe -hit 58 in
1932, is the perfect axamplt that
it take luck as wall as skill to
bring down the record the Babe
act in 1927.
No hitter ever had abetter
chance. He had 55 as September
opened, 12 ahead of Ruth, but he
also had a sprained wrist. He hit
just three in the remaining 30
days. -., -.
"Even so, I d have hit 70 for
the year the way the parks were
a lew years later," Foxx insists.
"A screen in St. Louis' caught a
ouncn 01 mem out that screen
came down later. A barbed Wire in
fmiadeipma caught at leat three
more. I went out there after the
season was over and found the
barricade actually was outside the
ball park, but all I got at the
time was three doubles and not
three home runs.'
And as an afterthought; h e
"baatt" recalled: "I hit a couple
of mere in games that even eventually
tually eventually were rained out."
So it takes more than an abili ability
ty ability to power a baseball for prodi
gious aisiances. r
Hank Green berg and the 1 a t e
Hack Wilson found that out Ruth
went into September with 43 the
year he kit 6u. Greenberg and Wu-
son both opened Septemoer witn
4tt to their credit in ineir big years
but Hank got only 58 in lWa and
Hack but 5d in liuO.
Johnny Mize, playing with the
Giants in 1947, is tne only other
steady home run hitter to reach
September ahead of Ruth. The big
cat was one anead witn 44 alter al
big splurge of 11 in July and 13
in August But he hit just seven
in September for a total fif 51.
Ralph Kinar, when he was at
Pittsburgh, hit 51 te tie Miie In
1947 and banged eut 54 in 1949
but neither time was he ahead
' of Ruth in the all Important
drive .down the stretch, ..
. .;:':'. "it ... :
Still, Kiner was the best of all!
but Ruth in September slugging.
He hit 12 that -month in '47 and
16 in September of '49. i : :
Mantle is moving almost as fast
as did Foxx, in '32. Vp to Tuesday
night's game he had 41," putting
him u games up on Ruth and in
a good spot to roll into Septem September
ber September with, at a guess, maybe 48.
Mickey, has the 'power. Every
one agrees on that. September
will show' whether he has any
Tcrcr.lD Ozins -Bre:!;
Ia(l:i3 IL Ikcc;
NEW YORK, Aug. 15-(UP)
With less than a month remain remaining,
ing, remaining, the Toronto Maple Leafs
have for the first time earned
themselves some breathing room
m the close Internationa) League
A double victory over Colum
bus iast night .gave the Leafs a
3Vi game margin over Rochester
and Miami. A ,two-run first In Inning
ning Inning homer by Archie Wilson
was enough margin for right
hander Ed Blake's 14th 'victory,
2-1. Toronto won the second
contest 6-4 behind the clutch
pitching of ken Johnson.
Havana swept a twin bill from
Buffalo, 5-4 and 3-0 for its
fourth and fifth straight victo victories.
ries. victories. The Rochester Red Wings
trippea Miami, 5-4. and Rich
mond won its second straight
irom Montreal, 6-4.
Along The Fcirways
FORT AMADOR WOMEN'S
The tournament on August 2
was Throw Out One Hole Each
9 with 's handicap. Irene Rob
inson was low gross with an 85.
jeane Morris was 1st low net.
Alyce French 2nd low net and
low putts was won by Falrlee
A Tee To Green tournament
wag held August 9 jand Alyce
French and Irene Robinson tied
for low gross, both shoting 83's.
Jeane Morris was 1st low net,
Boboie Hughes 2nd' net, E. Web Weber
er Weber 3rd net and Pearl Slmms won
low putts. ;
A new Ringer Tournament has
just started so there is still
plenty of time for everyone to
enter. Every Amador member
should take advantage of, this
tournament you have two
months to watch yourself Improve..--';
Everyone is limited to two 18
hole rounds a week in order to
give each player an equal
chance, come on all you missing
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
By Victor Gray
Highlighting the acUvities of the junior circuit last week
was the fine of $5,000 imposed on slugger Ted Williams for his
unsportsmanlike conduct of spitting at the fans at Fenway Park
last Tuesday when the Carmine Hose edged the league leading leading-New
New leading-New York Yankees after 11 innings of play.
General manager Joe Cronin of the Sox In his fining of
Williams, not only reminded the slusger, of his obligation to
the fans in the home park, but also reminded the other 399
active players in both major leagues that Gus Fan is the party
directly responsible for the wages' earned by them nnd spitting
and other unsportsmanlike gestures by players because of boos,
and catcalls should not be resorted to. ; v
Proof of the 'selfish and egotistic attitude of the Boston
slugger in the game mentioned wis that not even the fact that
he was credited with having driven in the. decisive tally in the
contest was sufficient to calm bis Ire, he threw his bat high,
in the air in disgust after receiving a base on balls from Yan Yankee
kee Yankee pitcher Tommy Byrne. Apparently he was disgusted be because
cause because the run was not driven in on a basehit
Coming back to our weekly resume, we find that the league league-leading
leading league-leading Yansees did a complete about-face" when they captur captured
ed captured the honors by winning six of .their eight games played, main-1
tamed an eight-game advantage over the second place Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians. , i
Mickey Mantle continues to set a blistering D'ace in' the
home run department, as his 42 circuit clouts 'are high for both,
leagues. Mantle also leads in hits, runs, batted in, runs scored,
and his .376 average is 22 points higher than Boston 'a Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams to top the American League.
Last week's play.at a glance:-"
1 G. W. L. Pet. R H.
New-YorkvvVv 8 6 2 .750 : 51 80
iiitagu. i- fc a
Boston. 7 4
Cleveland, i 7 4
Washington. . 6 2
Baltimore. . 6 1
Kansas City. ., 7 1
.714 34 .70
..571. 20 i 50 :
.571 38 ,60
.571 ,33 68
.400 25.' 50
.167 V; 21 V 52
.143. 27 55
26 56 6
23" 58 7
28 V 58
TOTALS. ... .27 27 249 483
G. W. L.
.111 73 88
.108 63 '45
.109 62 47
.106 56 "50 :
.110 52 58
.110 48 62
.109 45 64
.109 37 72
Pet R. H.
.658 649 1041
.583 558 919
,569: 548 1050 101
528 548 974 82
.473 561 1066 108
.436 418 897' 107
.413 480 913 97
.340 451- 948 ,,117
249 483 45
R. H. E;
476 953 134
436 ,'888 95
513 953 96
462- 939 96
549 1010 95
500 974 114
654 1066 89
622 1024 88
. TOTALS ".436 436 J, '4212-7807 ,452 4212 7807 1 452
v " (Includes games of August 12) ;
NATIONAL LEAGUE x
Fred Haney's Milwaukee Braves clung doggedly to their
game and a half advantage despite the Brooklyn Dodgers' de determined
termined determined bid to displace them. The oldsters from Flatbush won
four of their six scheduled contests to cop the weekly honors
with Big Don Newcombe winning his 18th game against 5 de defeats.
feats. defeats. ... A home run by Philadelphia's Stan Lopata with a man
on base in Saturday's game broke Don's string of scoreless in in-ningswhich
ningswhich in-ningswhich reached 39.
: Milwaukee's Hank 'Aaron continues to 'dominate the Senior
Circuit In the mace department as he leads the league with a
healthy .338 average. .Duke Snider of Brooklyn Is the leading
homer manufacturer with 32, while Stan the Man Musial la top
man in the runs batted in department with 84.
' How they lared last week: '
St. Louis. ,
Chicago j i ;
253 543 56 253 '- 543 59
G. W. L.
.107 65 42
.108 64 44
.109 63 46
.109 55 54
Philadelphia, .107 52 '55
Pittsburgh. . .109 48 61
Chicago. .106- 44 .62
.105 39 66
438 '935 '935-444
444 '935-444 896
R. H. E.
83 394- 877
88 442 873
"87 '488 898
95 510 -961
. 89 498' 931
127 476 946
93 517 938' 108
109 466 876 105
(Includes games of August 12)
" 3791 7298 769 3791 7298 769
4-da SmmS L W Xl
persons let's sign up and have
a gooa tournament.
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PANAMA ASHSICAS AN INDrrEXDENT DAM NTW SPATE
OUT OF DOORS mih
i.vilL.4i W lSVf.ll
On C:sl ,P:J:rc:r.l$
DAT. AUGUST 15, 1938
GIVE DOG CHANCE
TO SIZE YOU UP X
By JOE STETSON
Do they like you dogs, I mean?
Isn't it strange the way the crit critters
ters critters seem to shy away from those
vhn wish most to make friends
with them at least with those
who demonstrate most that they d
like to be friends?
Hnv manv-time I've watched.
and I'm sure you've done so too,
while a dog lover has entered a
home and tried to make friends
with the family pet. v
If the dog is a promiscuous beg beggar,
gar, beggar, boldly anxious to be scratch scratched,
ed, scratched, fed, fawnea upon and patted
' k anvnn 'whn HiitiH along, he'll
make friends readily enough. But
if he has any reservation, dignity
or caution, a surprising series of
vninciva innnris i nrnduced. aim
ed at enticing the dog. Fingers
are snapped, thighs or knees are
slapped, the floor or the chair
arm is tapped au 10 me accom accompaniment
paniment accompaniment of a friendly,, raucous
hearty voice, extolling the dog s
t nnt nuoshnn the Sana in
tentions of folka who try so hard
- to make friends with dogs. We can
thpir methods. I
sometimes wonder what these
people would do if some large a a-nimal
nimal a-nimal of unintelligible language
iwr them, uttering
sounds, clicking hooves or, claws
loudly and attempting to pop them
on the head with questionably gen-
xi. vf their forelegs.
How much more logical to enter
By HERBERT MOISE
nnr rvr Wa n7?ested In E
commentary last week that the
Panama provincial i,i
should cancel its remaining
games because the results of
these games would not hvany
way alter the present standing.
Already, the four teams quali qualified
fied qualified for the finals are way a a-head
head a-head of the tallenders.
Apparently swayed by our
suggest' on, the director of the
. loop 43d cancel the remaining
games and have scheduled the
opening of the final series for
Saturday. Definite plans have
not been made yet as this ar article
ticle article Is being written, but wt
will attend an organisational
' '' get-together with eoach Tom
of the Colon Chesterf'eld
Smokers and report In a later
. j commentary. :.
; unofficially, it has come to
our attention that three teams
will una reinforcements for the
." series,, which will be a breach of
pre-season rulings, cnesterneia
Is the only team that will go In
without help unless given per permission
mission permission to use Bill Russell and
K. C. Jones of the San Francis Francisco
co Francisco Doris.
The Oalllto outfit : plans on
using- Rlchter and Solano. Rich Rich-ter
ter Rich-ter 6 one of the most Interest-!'
ing ball-handlers and Solano Is
a strong candidate for rookie-
' ef-the-year honors. Panama
. rHirart.ta mill lis. the vptrrnn
star Julio "Andamio" Aroseme-
na while the Cerveza Balboa will
Include the hustling McDon McDon-ough
ough McDon-ough in their final-series roster.
; Come Saturday and it will be
90 Hov ntnpA th rtefendinu
'. rhnmnlnn from Pnlnn nl lived
their last scheduled game. This
was a winning; euort against
. the Guardla Naclonal. During
the interim, the Smokers have
. stayed together In practice ses sessions.
sions. sessions. Infrequent as they were,
th hnv wprft rendv fnr nlav last.
.. Monday only to be notified that
, an remaining games were can cancelled.
celled. cancelled. This break in the sched schedule
ule schedule could be the key to Chester-
flal1 AnAat.fn m phnmninn
Did the rest give the boys their
long wanted 'weather" or did it
.dull the edges of their playing
shape? Maybe it could psycho psychologically
logically psychologically affect the boys Into
The Chesterfield quintet Is
.,- scheduled to play Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa at 8:00 tonight at the Co Co-,,
,, Co-,, Ion Arena.,
the company of a strange dog
quieiiy, auowing tne dog to size
you up at his own leisure and to
make his own approach. Let the
dog. satisfy himself s to your in intentions
tentions intentions good or. bad and make
up his own mind as to your mer merits,
its, merits, based on his own standards or
No amount of wishine or self-es
teem on your part is ever going
to make the dog like you better.
Only his feeling of security in your
presence will influence, him. This
feeling can best be supplied by
quiet tone oi voice, normal nena-
vior, predictable movements and
an inherent love of dogs, which
the dog will sense if it is really
Quick movements, loud noises
and descending hands can produce
only caution and distrust. If you
really love dogs, but have had lit little
tle little success with them, try the right
(Distributed by NEA Service)
Tmn ampt vvr ichpdlllpd ftt
Cris'tobafGym last Friday." They
were againsv Margarita s a
and "n" Ibo-iim Tn the first
game the Margarita five, behind
jacK wiuiams gave txisiooai s
InexDerienced "Er league a thor
ough beating. The final score
tor mat game was 42 to o. iod
scorer of the day was Jack Wil
liams wnn 2U points.
Ifl the second game, Cristo Cristobal's
bal's Cristobal's D league avenged the E
league's loss by beating Margar Margarita's
ita's Margarita's D league 51 to 21. The top
scorers for Cristobal were Rich
ard Chin and John Blevlns with
14 points each. High point man
for Margarita was John Cronan
with 12 points. ....
SHOWN at the recent general meeting of the Fort Clayton Disaster Control Distaff Workers
are (front row 1. to r.) Lt. Col. Hamilton B. W ebb, Post Surgeon, Albrook Air Force .Base, -guest
speaker tt the meeting; Mrs. Ralph Wells, new Distaff president; Ma j. Gen. Thomas
L. Harrold, commanding general USARCARIB; Mrs. Joseph Walton, retiring Distaff president;.;
and Col. Peter S. Peca, Fort Clayton Post Commander;: (rear row i to r.) Mrs. Robert Ryals
and Mrs. Lyle Barnes, r.ew vice president; Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold, Mrs. Peter S". Peca, honor honorary
ary honorary Distaff president; Mrs. John Mack and M rs. Thomas Williams, new vice presidents.- : .
' Cristobal "D" League
Chin, Richard .. .. 7 0 2 14
Duhon, Glen 3 0 2 6
Leon, Jeffrey . 6 1 5 13
Leon, Stanley .. .. .. 2 0 14
Bievins, John .. .. .. 2 2 14
Total r 24 3 12 51
Margarita 'D" league
Cronan, J. ........ 6 0 2 12
Wilder, L. .. .. .. .. Oil 1
Brayton, R. ....... 0 11 I
Bath, C. ..... .. .; ..130 5
Brayton, J.,. .. ... . ..' i) 0 0 0
Fields, s.v. .. .. ..10 0 2
Rankin, R. .. .. .. .. 0 0 0 0
8 5 4 21
On The Allevs. .
Margarita Bowling league
Meets Tuesday Night
There will be a meeting of the
Margarita Bowling League Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night, August 21, at the
Marearita bowline lanes.
President Dick Hogan will call
the meeting to order at 7:30.
The formation of teams will
be the main topic of interest at
this meeting. The starting date
will also be decided. Team cap captains
tains captains are urged to attend this
meeting in order that teams de desiring
siring desiring to enter may do so with without
out without causing delay in the starting
All bowlers desiring to enter
the league should attend so that
they might fill any position that
may be vacant at that time. 1
BARS NO PRISON MAKI
ELWOOD, Ind. (UP) Po Po-ucerm
ucerm Po-ucerm an Wayne Jarrell.left the
police station for coffee. On his
way back he met a man he had
jailed two hours before for petty
larceny. The prisoner said he had
slipped out between the bars and
planned to return as soon as he
got some cigarettes.
' I .' T j u ...... ft ,
PRODIGYAt 12 years of age,
Fred Saner Jr, above, has
graduated from high school and
hopes to enter University of
California to specialize in study
of nuclear physics. The San
Francisco, Calif., lad .has an
.understanding of French, Ger
man and Latin as well as
English at his command. '':
Negro Trio Charged With Murder
Of Ralph Bundle's Crother-In-Law
WASHINGTON. Aug. 15 (UP)
The Agriculture Department had
"absolutely no hesitancy" yester yesterday
day yesterday in publishing a new household
pamphlet describing the best
soaps and detergents to use in
Officials scoffed at suggestions
it might become .political cam
In the heart of the presidential
campaign four years ago Republi Republican
can Republican candidate Dwight D. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower objected to a department
bulletin entitled "Tools for rood
Preparation and Dishwashing."
He seized upon the two-page sec
tion devoted to dishwashing as a
symbol of shameful wasting of tax
funds." - -,
The bulletin now is out of print
and the department hat" no copies
In a speech at Waco. Tex., can
didate Eisenhower said, "I prefer
to leave the washing of dishes to
the housewife of America, and to
choose and use the manpower and
money of the Department of Agn
culture upon- the somewhat broad
er subjects of soil conservation
and price supports."
Department officials expect no
such blast from President Eisen
hower- against the new bulletin
"Detergents for Home Launder
"We have Justified the bulletin
completely, an official said: Ev
erything in the bulletin is based
on research." :
The department's opening pub publicity
licity publicity blurb for the new handbook
reads: "Want- to know which de
tergent will give best results when
washing dad dirty work clothes
or sister's silk- blouse, or the
small fry s wool or man-made fi
be mufflers and mittens?"
NEW YORK;- Aug. 15 fUP)
Police arrested a 25-year-old ne
gro late yesterday and .charged
him with being the third member
McDaniels. Williams is the janitor
of a building they were checking.
BUN DHONOR MAN
One policeman noticed a
' MEDFORD, Mass. (UP) 'I
Working in the mayor's office at
piece 'City Hall this summer is 'Stephen
of a trio which. robbed and mur-M rope similar to that which badiJ. Rogers, Jr., who is blind and
Foreign Minister :
Dies Aged 2
Aue. 15 (UP) Baron Konstan-
tln Von Ncurath, former For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister "of Germany and
Protector of Bohemia,, died here
vest.erriav. He was 82.
Nearly, blind ana sunerwig
from arterial sclerosis, Von Neu
rath died after a short illness.
The first of the major war
criminals held at Snandau nrls
on to be released. Von Neurath
was set fre in November, m,
after serving eight years oi a la-
To Pe Sworn In t
For Third Term
SEOUL, Korea,' Aup. 15 (UPM
President Syngman Rhee s cab cab-net
net cab-net followed tradition yesterday
and resigned on the eve of his i i-nauguration
nauguration i-nauguration for a third four-year
Celebration of the inauguration
will be coupled with observance
of the 11th 'anniversary of Korea's
liberation- from Japan. ; ;
dered Roseoe W. Harris, brothe
m-law of United Nations Under Undersecretary
secretary Undersecretary Ralph Bunche, in Wasb
ington. ; 4
Police said they arrested Jack
Floyd in a clothing store where
he had tried to make a purchase
with a personal check signed by
Hams, whose- bound ana gaggea
body was found in his Washington
real estate office Monday. He had
been strangled and his wallet,' con containing
taining containing between $100 and $200, was
missing.:' v h.
Two othef men. Lindsay Mc
Daniels. 26. and Thomas t. Wil
liams. 31. were attested in Wash
ington yesterday and c h a t g e d
with the fcuiirig. uoin are rvasnmg
ton Negroes; .. -'Police
here said Floyd had eon
fessed the murder. McDaniels and
WiHiams- told police, in Washing
ton that they had waited outside
while Floyd committed the crime.
All three men were charged with
murder and were held without
New York police said Floyd was
tripped up by a suspicious cloth clothing
ing clothing store owner. The store owner,
John Brooks, called Hams' widow
yesterday and said a check signed
by Harris had been presented in
payment for a 1158.62 purchase
and he wanted to veruy u. ne saw
the man who presented the check
had bought some clothes,, left
them for alterations and was to
Police were notified snd a trap
was set for Flovd. The two Wash
ington suspects were arrested
when police cnecKing persons xrom
whom Harris collected rents hap happened
pened happened to question Williams and
CLASSIC TOUCH FOR BRIDGE Fluted columns, wmlnls- i
cent of Roman ruins, support this new bridge across the Mid-""
Cape- Expressway at Dennis, Mass. Relocated Rout 124 is, dr
eamed by the structure.
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been used to tie up Harris. He be- who graduated with honors from
san asking! the, two about it and isotre Dame university in June,
theey became 'so nervous that 'He prans to enter Harvard this
they were arrested. They 'broke fall to study for a Master's degree
down under questioning. j In commumcauon theory.
' ThE SPplLERS"
ii.i ii n.ii ni,i)yiiii nnnniiiir wnuri yi ) tfnfT
v it v
RP-Organist To Be
Featured On New;
Organ At Clayton
Panamanlari pop pianist-organist
Arthur Fisher wtyl. open
tonight at the Fort Clayton NCO
Club, It was announced today.
' Fisher will be featured on the
club's new electric organ every
week day evening from 8 to 8
o'clock. On Sundays he will play
from noon to 6 D.ra.
Crooner Danny Bishop also
will appear with Fisher during
the sung engagement. .,v
.. colicky crying w,-- jN-- V75. yl'tJ
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I!:!? yc-T bstllo-fcd b:by get
Your baby can't grow digestible. Don't let stom-
ttrong and healthy unless ach upsets rob your baby
he digests his formula ttor- of precious nourishment.
ovghly. Robinson's 'Patent Get Robinson's 'Patent'
Barley added to the for- Barley today. See how
mula helps your baby by baby enjoys and thrives
making cow's milk more on every feeding.
This Is the mighty saga of the Great Alaskan Gold
Fields! rn that reckless brawling era when man's lust for
riches drove him beyond the law and left women lost In
the shadow of shame! When a virgin wilderness was ruled
by Spoilers" Gold and Spoilers' Greed exploded Into the
Battle of Titans that echoed Its thunder around he world!
"THE SPOILERS" OPENS AT THE CENTRAL ON THURS THURSDAY
DAY THURSDAY 16, starring Anne Baxter, Jeff Chandler and Rory
A call to remember
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than good Scotch Whisky and there is no finer
Scotch than M Black & White ". Distilled and
bottled tn Scotland, "Black a White", is
Scotch at its best Remember to .ask for.
Black & White" next time you call for Scotch.
Distilled and Bottled in Scotland
tn rn n
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Only the "El Conquistador'' flights offer Braniff wrvica to V
Rio de : Janeiro
Call your travel agent or Braniff: Ave. 14 Tivoll 21A-38, tele telephone
phone telephone 2-0975, Hotel El Panama .3-1660, Ext 130, or Panama
34726, Col6n Ticket Office, telephone 779 or 797. ' i
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."SYDNEY, "Australia, Aug. 15 -fl.'Pi
Australia announced yes
terday that Britain would explode
, four atomic devices in southern
Australia during September, all
smaller than the ones fired in the
llonte Bello tests.
Sir William Penney, director of
the atomic weapons research es establishment,
tablishment, establishment, said two would be set
off from towers, one on the ground
and one dropped from a plane.
Penney disclosed that several
'hundred servicemen from Austra Australian,
lian, Australian, the United Kingdom, Canada
and New Zealand will witness the
tests, to indoctrinite them in the
toeaning of atomic warfare. They
will not be entrenched close to
Ohe explosions. ....
; Military equipment and buila buila-.Tngs
.Tngs buila-.Tngs will be subjected to t h t
blasts, which are designed to de de-7
7 de-7 termine the effect of small atomic
- devices as "tactical weapons.".
ilAACP Asks Delay
Induction Of Ala.
: WASHINGTON, Aug. 15 (UP)-
Selective Service Director Lewis
55'. Hershey yesterday requested A A-abama
abama A-abama draft officials to delay for
' 1U ZTrZZ NeS JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Aug; 15
hP Montcomerv Ala bus boy- tUP) A tuier hurricane mat
fli the Montgomery, Aia. dus my swerved toward the open seas
Thf dplav was reouested by the s Florida braced for its fury
1' TJKtE? 2? Thy id- churned a "northward course off
ancement of Colored People, the
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i (NEA Telephoto)
HIT BY HURRICANE A garage. In Caguas, Puerto Rico, is a mass of wreckage after Hurri Hurricane
cane Hurricane Betsy passed through the area. The storm caused one death and millions of dollars
worth of damage on the island. i
Killer Betsy Takes To Open Atlantic;
Navy Plane Scouts For New Hurricane
a selective service
i .A fro-American
oltieial said. 4 :
" The official said : these groups
asked that Fred D. Gray. 25. oe
' Reclassified from 1-A on grounds
be Is a minister, in addition to be
ing an attorney. ;
Gray was scheduled for indue
tion tomorrow. His local board or
deied the induction after the Na
tional Elective Service appeals
board upheld his 1A classification
- Nesro croups c h a r g e d the
bwd's action was retaliation for
his rore in the bus boycott. The
boycott was called to protest ,bJs
ictreganoniuv-k':"., : i;
Fershey reqaested Alabama Se Self
lf Self : ve Service Director Col.
J?mes W. Jones io delay drafting
G ,iy for a munth to give the Ne Ne-ero
ero Ne-ero time to file new evidence and
U f'tuill a ministerial commit-
4. will be up to the local board
to reopen Gray's case, a spokes
r"m said. If it does not do so on
the basis of any new information
y-av or groups supporting him
f'.e.-. then he will be inducted at
the-end of the month!..
I Weather Or Notl
I f- ; :''- I
Thii w.irher report, for tht 24
' heun tndinf S a.m. rody, it prt prt-"
" prt-" pnd by the Meteorological anrf
Hydrographic Branch of the Pana-
tm. Canal Company: r :
" BALBOA CRISTOBAL
' TEMPERATURE .-
High 87 83
Low 73 75
Hih 6 96
lows 67 82
mi. mph) . 15 21
RAIN lineh.i) 1.15 1 .94
tinner harbon) 82 82
ft r -: o
THURSDAY, AUGUST 16
$ .. .... .ki,.
1 '.-'M i
5:34 e m
the East coast 'today while a
navy reconnaisance, plane scout scouted
ed scouted a new disturbance brewing
in the lower Atlantic. .:
Betsy, a small but powerful
hurricane, roared along a path
almost parallel to the U.S. coast coastline
line coastline 200 miles away and weath weathermen
ermen weathermen said prevailing winds
would probably guide the tem tempest
pest tempest to an ignominous death in
the open Atlantic. N
; At the same time, however,
the weather bureau watched
what could be the birth of a
new hurricane. A Navy plane
was. sent to the same general
area where Betsy was spawned
last Friday to investigate re reports
ports reports from shipping of squalls,
winds and cloudy weather, the.
main ingredients of a tropical
storm. ';.!,;";';.;' :'t''-;
Betsy was centered 210 miles
east bf Melbourne, rla.; at 6 a.m.
EDT and the Miami weather bu bureau
reau bureau in an advisory said the
storm had lost much of its
speed. It was moving about
seven miles an hour toward tne
North and packing winds of 120
mlels an hour.
Middle t and north Florida
coastal' residents had battened
down for the awesome fury of
the storm but the hurricane's
slight change in course took It
on past the peninsula.. .
The Miami weather bureau
located the kvller storm, which
clafrned seven lives and mil millions
lions millions of dollars in damage in
a vicious swipe through the
West Indies, Puerto Rico and
the Bahamas, about 200 miles
east of Stuart, Fla., in a 2 p.m.
EST. advisory -jresterdty.----.""
The hurricane was following a
northwest course at 14 miles an
hour but the weather bureau
said the tropic howler's path
"appears to be becoming: very
slowly more northerly with time
and there are some1 indications
of a still more northerly direc direction
tion direction after 18 to 24 hours.""
"If this develops, the possibili possibility
ty possibility of the hurricane center re remaining
maining remaining east of the Florida
coast Increases. However, there
should be no relaxation at this
time of a hurricane watch."
Hurricane "warnings were dis displayed
played displayed from north of .Palm
Beach; ta' Melbourne, Fla., with
a nurncane waicn oraerea norm
of Melbourne to Brunswick, Ga.
South of Palm Reach, reliev-
ed residents were taking down
the shutters, emptying bath bathtubs
tubs bathtubs of emergency water, sup supplies
plies supplies and putt'ng away for the
time such items as candles,
flashlights, hurricane lamps,
and canned goods. ".. i .
Visitors to the plush 'hotels
and tourist attractions on the
Gold Coast also sighed with re relief
lief relief although some had said they
were "excited" by the possibility
of a", hurricane striking the
coast. "i ;':..
But to the north, coastal areas
hastily "buttoned up" in ad
vance. The Red Cross set up
emergency shelters at Titusville
ana Melbourne, Fla. Civil De
f ense personnel organized trans.
portation and communications
lor the possible blow.
Military and naval installs.
tlons as far north as Brunswick,
Ga., flew; their aircraft Inland.
with only emergency helicopters
omnuing ny in case or need tor
disaster worJt. Dobbins AFR.
Marietta, Ga took in 70 planes
irum norma. Dases with more
expected during the dav.
The carrier Franklin D. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt and the destroyers Cone and
oa neaaed out .to sea from
juaupori near here to ride out
First Transit Made Through
Panama Canal 42 Years Ago
A congratulatory message from
Secretary of the Army Wilber M.
Brucker was received today by
Governor W. E. Potter for the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization upon the anniver
sary of the opening of the Pana
ma CanaL ..
The Secretary of the Army Is
me MocKnomer ot tne Panama ca canal
nal canal Company and the President's
designated representative to han handle
dle handle Canal Zone Government mat
ters.; T ; : '
5eereary Bruckers messace on
the Canal's anniversary, being cel-j
eoraiea today, follows: : s
"Congratulations to your fine or
ganization on the 42nd anniversa anniversary
ry anniversary of the first transit of the Canal
by a commercial vessel.
"As, representative of the Pres President
ident President and on behalf of the Board
of Directors of the Panama Canal
Company, I wish continued suc success
cess success to you and those associated
with you in the great enterprise."
: The anniversary of the open.
Ing of the Panama Canal : on
Aug- 15, 1914, comet at a period
when rr.ore ships and more car cargo
go cargo are being moved through the
waterway than at any period In
it 41 years of operating history.
A complete new set of records
was established for one year's o-peration-
during the fiscal year
1956 which ended June 30. It was
the fifth successive year in which
a new record in the number of o-
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is saje" Abraham TAncolhS
PANAMA, R. P, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1956
svern tfsa .11
cean-going commercial ships us
mg the Canal was established.
. Illustrative of the relative im-
Kuiiiuce oi me Canal tn tunrM
commerce now and when the wa wa-erway
erway wa-erway was opened 42 years aJ
me act that the 8.209 ocean-go
sCj j ""'P wnicn tran transited
sited transited during the past fiscal yeai
surpassed the tnti
taffle forfthe tim
of the waterway's operation.
-r; ,nn e Panama C
of.geographers and navigators for
s',' e io me Pacific. Even
,when41the United States under-SS-ttW
2 a?,y ho doubted the possibiUty
SI.k? 6081 cmpIeUon and these
doubts-were not entirely confined
pupwace of the world.
.m for the intiai
rniif of the newly-opned wa.
t.rw.y in 114 was th. S.S. AnI
eon, which had been used by the
Panama Railroad C o m p n y
during most of the Canal' coii
Jtruetion to haul cement to build
the locks, equipment to dig the
channel, and personnel to do the
e. Jouey began in the early
...-.,....5 ,uu OI AUg. 15, 1914,
from the Cristobal piers. It took
most of the day., to complete the
50-mile trip as men to handle the
transit had receive ht i 1 1
trammg for the job, the operation1
of the gigantic locks was still a
spectacle, and tremendous, slides
in Culebra Gaillard) Cut: were
uu major problem.
Although there were several
hundred guests aboard the $.$,
Ancon on its historic trip. Colo Colonel
nel Colonel George W. Geethahv whose
genius in handling men and e.
qulpment had mad the Canal a
reality, wat not among them.
Hi thief interest wat in the
safety of the vessel end in the
operation of the Canal and he
followed the transit from the
shore; -v-...,,.,:.-ii. -.,,.,..".'.,,-.
The opening of the Canal came
oniy a lew days after the opening
gung. were fired in the first World
War and Ai importance to the
world was obscured by. the war
clouds over Europe, It was not un until
til until ten years later u that the
world's economic condition had
sufficiently recovered fnr thn fa.
nal's Importance to commerce to
be refletted in the transit figures.
For the oast 30 vears- however.
the waterway joining the Atlantic
and Pacific Oceans has fully dem
onstrated year after year its im importance
portance importance to the world of trade
and to the defense ,of a free
world. ; ; :r j'-y-
LONDON. Aue. 15 fUP) TI.SJ
Secretary of State John Foster Dul Dulles
les Dulles flew in from Washington to today
day today to work out "a peaceful solu
tion to the "free, secure and un unhampered
hampered unhampered use" of the Suez Canal.
fie hoped that the conference
would work out "a solution to this
problem so vital to the peace and
weilbeing of all the world."
Dulles was met by U.S. ambas
sador to Britain, Winthrop Aid Aid-rich,
rich, Aid-rich, who arrived a short time be
fore from the U.S. after again in
terrupting his vacation. Aldrich
came ba,ck .to London two weeks
ago when Dulles made his first
trio here i
U.S.' ambassador to Russia,
Charles Bohlen was also at the
airport to meet Dulles. Bohlen
flew in from Moscow earlier this
week, to join the American delega
tion at the Suez, conference.
Dulles conferred almost imme
diately With Prime Minister Sir
Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary
Selwyn Lloyd and French Foreign
Minister Christian. Pineau.
Their aim was to line up a West
ern Big Three solid iront tor tne
formal sessions opening tomorrow,
at which Eden will make a brief
formal speech of welcome and
then withdraw. ; j s
iThe Western statesmen ; must
patch up any disagreement on
the Suez itsuo and present a
joint plan for internationalizing
the Canal. ?
Pineau, who arrived three hours
after Dulles, indicated that the
French position, still was open to
v "France is convinced of the de
sirability of international control of
the Suez Canal but is not sold on
any particular formula," he said.
"We are here simply to discuss
Last night, Lloyd told the Brit
ish nation in a radio broadcast
that the Suez crisis was the- worst
threat to peace in 10 years.
During the period, he said, mere
were three critical times. The
first was the Berlin blockade,
which was defeated by the West Western
ern Western airlift. The second' was Com
munist aggression m Korea,' which
was. repelled by force of arms.
. "The third throat and, in my
view, the most serious of all of
us in Britain, is !! act of ag aggression
gression aggression against this great
tornational waterway' Lloyd
Soviet press reports, meanwhile,
reiterated Russia's strong opposi-l
tion to "policy of dictation"
which it charges, the Big Three
are seeking to impose on the
Dispatches from Moscow indfeat
ed the Soviets may try for a new
and expanded conference to in include
clude include Red China, all Communist
seagoing nations and all Middle
Eastern countries except Israel, to
be held in an Arab or neutral coun country,:
try,: country,: and internationalization of
all major canals and straits.
Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri
T. Snepilov arrived for the confer
ence yesterday and said Russia
would do "everything possible" to
help bring about a peaceful settle settlement
ment settlement of the dispute. .'
Sbepilov made it clear that Rus Russia
sia Russia considers Egypt's consent "ne "necessary"
cessary" "necessary" for any solution but his
words reflected growing feeling
the Suez crisis can be settled with without
out without use of arms. :
He added that agreement would
have to be reached "by all the
states concrned," broad hint
that the Soviet Union would de demand
mand demand veto power instead of a de
cision by majority vote as advocat-
' (NEA Radlo-Telephbto)
LEAVE FOR MIDDLE EAST -4 Troops of the 1st Battalion of the-Duke of Wellington Regi Regiment
ment Regiment wave farewell at Blackbushe; England, as they board a ecmmeicial airliner en route to
the Middle East Britain increased its flow of. troops, planes and guns to the Middle East In
answer to Egypt's refusal to attend the conferenpein London on totei'nationallzing Suej Canal.
Lloyd' speech was one of the
strongest declarations yet issued
In Britain on the Suet dispute.
we snan work with all our
power mr a peaceful' solution, but
the, solution must include ,v some
sort of international control for
this" essential waterway." -Answering
Labonte protests a-
gainst the Eden government's mil.
itary.preparations,,IJoyd said they
were "elementary precautions to
safeguard British interests should
the need arise." v
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LONDON, Aug. 15 (UP) -More
than 100 passengers were Injured
today when a train crashed into
the rear of another train at Black Blackburn
burn Blackburn Railway Station, Lancashire.
The drive.' of the first train had
just released his brakes in antici antici-paton
paton antici-paton of the signal to wave him
on when an excursion train from
Bradford rushed at 30 miles an
hour from the tunnel at the end
of the platform and crashed into
'Because the brakes were off.
the first train absorbed a lot of
the shock as it was pushed 20
yards along the line.
"If the brakes and had Ven on
there would have been havoc," a
railway official said.
Only the rear coach of the first
train was damaged. Most of its
windows were broken and most of
the injured were taken from it.
Thirty passengers, including;
some children, were treated at a
hospital but no one was serious seriously
ly seriously hurt and all were later able to
continue their journey.
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