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Run Suez Canal
LONDON, Aug. 15 (UP) The United States today
proposed a four-point plan for internationalization of the
Suez Canal. .. ; ; : t;
' The plan, said to represent the "coordinated 'views
of the United States, Britain and France, would free the
Canal from domination by any' on power or group of
RIFLE INSTRUCTION Sheik
how to use a rifle at Cairo,
' E-'Tt. Ta? is rector at Al Kz
har University, the prlncip.a
1 theological institute of Islam
In Cairo. .
Start Checking :
CAIRO," Egypt, Aug. 16 (UP)
Polics began checking on we i,uu
'Americans in EevDt ; yesterday.
There! was no explantion of the
' Uniformed officers went from
door to door in the American
quarto of Cairo asking for names,
addresses, date of birth and place
of employment of all American ci-
tizens, ',-: .. ;
i A similar check was made last
- weekon Britons,-at which time
cne Englishman reported a olice olice-mlin
mlin olice-mlin tnW him the reason for the
check was "in case we have" to
come and take you away,.. m
- U. S, Ambassador Henry By By-roade
roade By-roade was called in by Egyptian
' Foreiga Minister Mahmoud Fawa
yesterday. The subject of t h e ir
conversation was not disclosed,
but it was speculated It might be
connected with tne pwice nju
?.i'panwhile. a minor incident
eausing the delay of two U. S.
destroyers in transiting the Suez
Canal was resoivea wmium im-
" The destroyers Hansworth and
Weeks wore held up at Suez last
moht r:2vntian authorities said
the destrovers' captains refused to
V allow government health officials
aboard to carry, out the "normal
health inspection:" The captains
were warned they would not ,be
allowed to proceed without an in
spection. They finally aicedi
Two ferry employes, who en
paged in a fight on the Thatcher
Ferry ramp aired their griev grievances
ances grievances 'in Balboa Magistrate's
Court this morning;. 1
After hearing a story of an
argument over a pair of gloves
that ended in stone-throwing
Insults, fisticuffs and a knifinf
Judae John Deming sent JoseDh
t ltz Stanley Ford, 36, ranama ranama-(V
(V ranama-(V nism. to Jail for 30 days.
4 The other participant. Regin Reginald
ald Reginald Adolphus Butcher, 42, Pan Pan-;
; Pan-; amanian, was fined $15.
He was cut in the head and
neck. during the affray.
I U.S. Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles laid the plan be-
-lfore the 22-nation Suez confer conference
ence conference in the first major speech
of the meeting.
The lour points were:
l. The Canal should W oper
ated in accordance' with the
1888 Constantinople convention
under an international board to
be established by treaty and as associated
sociated associated with the United Na Nations.'
tions.' Nations.' ... :-
Egrpt would be represented
on the board, but there' would
b no domlnat;ng by any pow power
er power or rroup of powers and no
prejudice to any power.
2. Egypt's rleht to a fair return
would be recognized.
3. There would be fair com
pensation to the Canal's former
4. Any differences would' be
submitted to an arbitration
Britain warned today that the
Suez crisis Is -'one of the gravest
since the second World .War."
But Russia hit back with a
charge that the 22-nation con conference
ference conference that got under way this
morning is '. not competent to
deal with the fate of the Suez
Canal....-.'' r ; '"-" V- 1
The f t. ' rv'sh
nations met to find a way out
of the Suez crisis without plung plunging
ing plunging the Middle East into war.
Egypt and Greece refused to at attend,
tend, attend, although Egypt is. sending
an unofficial "observer.7 :
Addressing the delegates at
the opening session, British
Prime Minister Anthony Eden
sounded a grim warning on the
gravity of the Suez crisis.
But in a Ion? rebuttal, fledg
ling Sovtet Foreign Minister
Dmitri Shepilov, attend ng his
first international parley, de denounced
nounced denounced the present confer conference
ence conference as "not competent" to
settle the Suez dispute brought
about by Egypt's nationaliza nationalization
tion nationalization of the Canal. He called
the meeting "a violation of
However, Shepilov announced
that Russia would not sabotage
the conference. He said it could
be "extremely useful as a first
step." .,',...,... v.;: . :........:.
Shepilov took the floor sn
the morning meeting w'th a
half-hour speech that was de described
scribed described by a British spokes spokesman
man spokesman as an almost exact repe- -tition
of the Soviet- Govern Government's
ment's Government's note of Aug. 9 in which
Moscow accepted the1 parley
He charged that the West had
not convoked the conference In
correct" way. s i 4
"We consider that the con
ference is not competent to
take definite decisions,'' Shepi
lov declared adding that in
Egypt's absence he did not see
how any solution could be a-
"'Nevertheless, we have no In Intention
tention Intention of hampering the con conference,"
ference," conference," he added.
Meanwhile, Wing Commanl Commanl-er
er Commanl-er Aly Sabry, Egyptian Presi President
dent President Cama Abdel Nasser's top
politfcal director and "observ "observer"
er" "observer" at the London Conference,
said during a stopover !n Ath Athens,
ens, Athens, Greece, that a Western
attack on Egypt over the Sues
Canal means "general war."
Asked if it were true that
Epypt intended to blow up the
Suez Canal if attacked, Sabry
said- "all possibilities are open
since it will be general war." But
he added he considered war im improbable
probable improbable since he said world
opinion already Is against using
force in the Suez dispute.
Before Eden, as head of the
host government, opened the
conference with a welcoming
address, a British Foreign Of
fice spokesman denied reports
that Iraq has offered to medi
ate in the Suez crisis.
One Man Indicted
For CZ Burglary
After preliminary hearing yes
terday, Teodoro Sosa, Jr., w a s
bound over for trial in U. S. Dis
trict Court on a charge of burgla
ry. -. i.
Sosa was charged in Balhoa
Magistrate's Court with having! residents were walking along
taken a watch from the m a i dwourth Street on their way
room of Quarters 632-A. in Balboa; home from the Curundu movie
Heights. ., -
GO? Pbtfcrm Team 602s
Smoothly Along With Ike
SAN FRANCISCO. Aue. IS (UP)
Republican Party leaders mov- Eisenhower program on agricul agricul-ed
ed agricul-ed swiftly and smoothly tix'ay to ture, foreign policy, civil rights
aran a laao piauorm wim i e am
of some "helpful hints" -fro m
members of President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's administrative team.
Meetings of the GOP's platform
committee were marked by an al
most complete absence of discord
or debate. "-
And each of the 10 subcommit
tee chairmen charged with riraw-j
ing up the tentative draft --f tne
party's major principles was arm armed
ed armed with a white envelope-contain
ing the views of Mr. Eisenjiower s
Sen. Prescott S. Bush (R-Conn.)
insisted he solicited the recom
mendations from the President's
official family himself 1 and that
Mrs. Eisenhower did not urge bis
views upon the platform drafters.
But the obvious, fact was that
C::.".';:3 B:by Yitl'a
0 i:-Fc:l Fe!!
iToung Russell D: Robinson, Jr.,
Is still on the seriously ill list
at: GorgaS Hospital today but is
said to be holding his pwn. ..
Reportedly an operation nas
been performed to relieve the
pressure cansod' bv i sV:ull i
The 21 -month-old son of Spe
cialist Third Class and Mrs. R.
D. Robinson was Injured late
yesterday wheit he fell, 18 feet
irom to tne pavement a 1 1 e r
making his way out the window
of the couple's Gamboa quarters.
The child had been left with a
18-year-old baby-sitter. He had
been nut to sleen on a single bed
pushed ut against a wail and
parallel with a window, ponce
reported. The window was open
tne screen' unlocked.
Apparently the child leaned
over the sill, pushed open the
screen ten two feet to an over
hanging roof -and then to the
The babv -sitter was down
stairs at the time. Her father
saw something fall by the win
now and made a check.
PC Ern:!;ya Creeks
!;::: J Truck
Arturo M. Ruiz, Panamanian
employe of the Panama Canal's
House and Grounds Division,
suffered a fractured skull yes
terday when he fell to the pave
ment while trying to hop aboard
a moving trucki
The incident occurred on Min Min-di
di Min-di Street, near the gasoline sta station
tion station on the Pacific side.
The truck Ruiz attempted to
board was operated by the hous hous-Insr
Insr hous-Insr Division. ''..
He was picked up unconscious
and rushed to "Gorgas Hospital
where an X-Ray revealed a
He is on the seriously ill list
African Youth Appeals 10 days Jail
Fcf Reckless Driving in Curundu
After having shouted an in insulting
sulting insulting remark at four women
pedesrtians and allegedly forced
them to scurry into the grass
for safety, Edward R Henry, 19,
American, was sentenced yester yesterday
day yesterday to 10 days In Jail. ;
Sentencing followed his con conviction
viction conviction in Balboa Magistrate's
Court on a charge of reckless
Young Henry, a student,
pleaded not guilty to the charge
and filed notice of appeal. The
appeal bond was fixed at
and the sum was posted...
The defendant was represent-
ed by Attorney
- j Sheridan, Jr.
Evlrlence aired In court
veal that the four ladies most
or all of whom are Curundu
'at about 8:45 on the night of
the 1956 GOP platform will be an
ana outer major issues.-
Bush's resolutions committee
heard .more than 150 'witnesses
yesterday and today, mostly re
presentatives of various special in interests.
terests. interests. '' f ',
They sought to include fa the
tOP platform such things as a
ban on nuclear tests high nrice
supports icr agricultural commo
dities -and "complete" disarma
But when the actual platform Is
aranea uus weeaeno it is expect expected
ed expected to contain primarily a summa
tion of President; Eisenhower's
four years in office and his plans
for the next four years if he is
reelected. J ri' -J
The goal of the Republican Par
ty in 1958 is a brief platform, one
which avoids the copious criticism
of the. Democratic Party contained
in the GOP platform four years
- -" ,-''-. (NEA Telephoto)
TRUMANS GREETED AT CONYENTION Wi th Mrs. Truman at his side, former President
Truman reaches down to shake hands with well-wishers as he arrives for. the evening session,
of the Democratic National Convention In Chicago. 1
Northern Liberals Go Down Fighting -For
Stronger Civil Rights Rlank
CHICAGO, Aug. H (UP) -De-
mocratic moderates and South-
ernrs defeated early today a bid
of Northern liberals to put over
a stronger civil rights plank than
the South would swallow.
The Democratic notional con convention
vention convention thoutod down a proposal
of those Northerners to pltdge
the party t carry out the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court decision .outlawing
segregation in public schools.
The convention then adopted a
lengthy campaign platform con containing
taining containing a compromise civil rights
plank that recognized the Supreme
Court decision as the lw of the
Aug. 4, There is no sidewalk at
this pont. .,-.;
All four testified In court yes yes-terday.
terday. yes-terday. One was a young girl in
her twenties, two were mature
women; and the fourth was the
grandmother of ; one of the
They testified that a car
drove up and someone shouted
from It: "I'll teach you (deiet
ed to walk in the road."
They added that he drove his
automobile at them, and they
? t off into the grass. One took
t e license number of the car.
This led to the apprehension of
On the stand, he admitted
having shouted at the ladles but
denied he drove his car at them.
The court was aho told that
while the defendant was Xurther
down the road, before reaching
the Quaitet, he had shouted at
two other pedestrians to get out
of his way.
IKEFAXJVER WOULD ACCEPT SECOND SPOT- Sen Estes
Kefauver (left) and Adlal Stevenson are shown In Chicago as
they met with, a groutf of Kefauver supporters tn an attempt
to hold them in line for steven.son Asked if he was Interested
in the vice presidential nomination, Sen. Kefauver aaid "If
t offered the place I will accept It." ... .
land. This plank as adopled said
nothing about enforcing the deci decision,
sion, decision, except that in any event
force should not be used..
Former President Truman om om-ed
ed om-ed with party modoratoos in urg-
ing adoption of the compromise
en civil rights In the interests
ef party unity. This put Mr. Tru Truman
man Truman at odds with many support supporters
ers supporters of Cov. Averoll Harriman
whom he had backod unsuccess unsuccessfully
fully unsuccessfully for the Presidential nomi nomination..
nation.. nomination.. Party leaders were Jubilant ov
er the convention's action,
Democratic national chairman
Paul M. Butler called it "a 'tre
mendous demonstration of unity
and solidarity m the party."
"The platform contains a forth
right and unequivocal program on
civil rignis, ,ne saia-. w'. .
While the convention stalled for
two hours last night, the liberals
tried in backstage huddles to get
the others to go along with a tough
er plank. ,
Those efforts faded. So th ey
fnrred their views to the conven
tion floor with a minoruy repon
presented by 38-year-old Robert
shnrt .of Minneaoolis.-
When convention chairman Sam
Rayburn put the issue to a vote,
the minority report was rejected
M voir vote. No delegates seri
ously challenged Rayburn 's ruling
at '1:25 a.m. that "the noes have
it" No real effort was made by
the losers to get a roll call. They
knew they'd been defeated, good
Rayburn then gaveled through
on another voice vote the full, 16,'
000-word platform recommended
by the resolutions committee, v ,.
Seme Southern delegations
shoutod "noes" In the vote ort
the complete platform to regist register
er register their disapproval ef oven the
softer compromise civil rights
plank which had boon r o e m m-mended
mended m-mended by a lOS-momber resolu resolutions
tions resolutions com mitt aftor 10 days
of behind-the-scenes maneuver maneuver-Ings.
Bui there was no move ty any
of the Southern delegations to walk
ouf as some did in 1948 when the
Northern liberals won out on civil
Rayburn refused to recognize deli
egales from Georgia and some
other Southern states who wanted
the record to show that they op
posed tne compromise pianir.
The. chairman' has the authori
ty to recognize or not recognize
delegates, and to decide the re
sults of voice votes, j'
But the Southerners earlier had
agreed that they could live with
the compromise. :',4
Soon after the start of last night's
convention session, the northern
liberals opened a behind-the-scenes
drive to get the resolutions com
mittee to reconsider its action of
a few hours earlier and strengthen
the civil rights plank.
The band played unprogrammed
numbers. Vaughn Monroe sang sol
os and led the delegates in song,
Sen. Robert S. Kerr of Oklahoma
spoke before the platform was tak taken
en taken up, instead of after, as the pro
gram naa it.
All this was to cover up the
last-minute bargaining over the
controversial plank. -;
Mr. Truman, who had been a
disrupting figure at the conven convention
tion convention in his support of Harriman
for. the Presidential nomination,
got a tremendous1 burst of ap applause
plause applause when he urged adoption of
the' compromise for unity's sake.
He called the committee's plat
form "the best one" a Democra
tic convention "ever bad before
. The platform contained.! Wist Wist-erine
erine Wist-erine attack on President Eisen
hower's foreign and natural re resources
sources resources policies. "..
It pledged a $5 billion tax cut
and 100 per cent of parity income
for farmers. It charged that the
GOP economic policies have held
down the nations prosperity.
CHICAGO. Auo. 16 (UP)
convention compromised its civil rights dispute today
an will nominate Adlai E. Stevenson for President rnnii
on the first ballot, barring a miracle. ;
. An aftewnidnlght victory by the' moderates. North
and 5outh, on the racial right issue cleared away the big
obstacle to $tevenson's speedy selection: The convention
neaaea orr a floor tight, which could have jeopardized
Stevenson's strength., ., j
With victory at hand. Stevenson tnrnfi f ';'r,:-l
of a running mate. Stevenson
of Massachusetts would place
f residency. s -T;:! v
Kennedy s selection was regarded by some as remov;
ing him from the list of possible running mates. But a Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson spokesman said it did not change Kennedy's status
The Stevens band w a a n
Was In high gear, gaining mere
nd more votes during the morn morn-'mg.
'mg. morn-'mg. ;-;
1 A Uniftd ress .tabulation
lhowxl Stvnn with 72$ firm
frst bl!o!i, 33 1-2 more then
too majority, required fer nomi nomination,
nation, nomination, ', ,.!,,.-.V,.;
Gov. Averetl Harriman, Steven
son's chief rival, had only 243 1-2
vn Hut th IU VftrL- onvmnr
issued a statement that he and
former President Harry S. Tru Truman
man Truman "are determined to fight
through to the nomination to tonight."
night." tonight." Kansas and the Virgin Islands
announced they would support Ste Stevenson.
venson. Stevenson. Kansas, voting under tht' u n 1 1
rule, decided to give its 16 votes
to the former Illinois governor and
1952 Democratic Presidential nom nominee.
inee. nominee. Kansas previously was r un uncommitted.
committed. uncommitted. The Virgin Islands pledged its
three votes to Stevenson.
One ef the Canal Zone's three
voted else went te him.
The vice presidential list, in ad
dition to Kennedy, was known to
include Sens. Hubert Humphrey of
Minnesota, Estes Kefiuver and
Albert Gore of Tennessee, Gov.
Robert B. Meyner of New Jersey,
and MayurRobert t. Wagner,, jr.
of New York. : ". -'','
There could be others. Only Ste-j
venson knew for sure, and he was
closeted in his hotel suite today,
tiirivine the noasibilities of all the
contenders, and keeping bis own
His selection f a running-mate
almost certainly win ue quicmy
ratified' by the convention, tomor-
Aides said Stevenson as weigh weighing
ing weighing the qualifications of the avad avad-able
able avad-able candidates on two sets of
...I., tairinff into account not on
ly the, quesion of their vote-pull
ing power dui awu .uicu. v"-k-tence
for the nation's second high highest
est highest office, with particular refer reference
ence reference to their ability to serve as a
K.iinn with Congress. 1 v.
. Th stressed that Stevenson
"ahanlntplv no commit
msnts". Involving the vice presi
dency. Having clinched the nomi nomination
nation nomination without any deals, they
said, he has a free hand to pick
thu running maie ne
best for tne pany anu u w
... ji tk MMin,
Man Charged Wilh
From Dccbfs Car
Arraigned In Balboa Magls'
trate's Court 1 yesterday on s
rhartre nf fftand larceny was Ro
gelio Aguirre, 31. Panamanian,
who has served penitentiary
terms both at Gamboa Peniten
tiarv and Colba Island
He is charired with having
taken a package with contents
valued at ssa irom me uiu
movile of Dr. Tomas de la Guar
dla. The car was parked In An-
con near the post oifice.
Misslne articles Included thre
pairs of shoes, woman pocket pocket-book,
book, pocket-book, two dresses and a child's
Preliminary hearlne of Agui
rre will br held in a few days.
J J U L
said Sen. John F. Kennedy
him in nomination for th
;: t'fi :-f-..::
. .Therei was originally some sen sen-timent
timent sen-timent in the Stevenson camp for
letting i the convention delegstt
choose a vice-presidential rand
date without an expression o! n
ferenr by he nominee.
But thai pian-hae been abamlun.
ed?' according to informed Sources,
on grounds that it might produce
"bitter fight" and leave scar
I oer elCl
nai woum oe felt IB the Novem-
Ccnlrccl Fcr Vcri
On All::.:;: !sv;:rs
A contract for the- construction,
of the principal remaining work on
the sewage disposal system for the
Canal Zone towns on the Atlsntie.
side has been swarded to Bildon.
Inc.; Colonel Hugh M. Arnold, En.
gineering and Construction Direc Director,
tor, Director, announced yesterday..
Bids for this work were opened
at Balboa last Friday with -three
local contracting firms en (c ng
bids. Bildon, Inc. entered a bid of -$123,130
for installation of the f
posal system, including pile dtv.
mg required for a pump station m
Cristobal. y-s f ,..; r
Other bidders were C. A. H"m,
snd the firm of John D. Carter'
and John D. Carter, Jr. i.
The work to be done undernhe
contract is essentially the Instah-
lauon ot tne collector end pump;
ing system for the towns of Crls-
...U.I I -' 1 m j
mum ana aainoow cuy.
The new numn stations are te be
constructed and a considerable a-
mount of both gravity flowsnd
force mains installed. The collec collector
tor collector system for these two towns
will connect with the sewage treat,
ment plant located on the .shore
of Msnzanillo Bay opposite Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City. .
The sewsge treatment plant has
been in operation for several
months and. is handling the sew.
age from the collector system
serving Margarits, Mindi, and. the
adjacent areas. The treated ew-.
sge is pumped through a mr,n to
an outfall approximately 1,400 feet
from the shoreline into Manzamllo
Bsy. . .
CZ Un-i3 To Fhd
Heirs To S5.793 ;
Left By sdi
The V. S. Treasury may be en
riched by $6,793 51 if the legal
heirs of Joseph W. Jafkowdz fail
to tome forward to claim ws es estate.
tate. estate. Jafkowitz died On March 28,
1955, in Coco Solito.v He. left no
wui. v. ...
His estate is how In custody of
Public 'Administrator James Mar Marshal,
shal, Marshal, who has Informed District
Attorney Rowland K. Hazard that
he has been unable to locate the
Aug. 30 is the last day on which
heirs may answer a U. S. District
Court order to show cause why the
estate should not vest in the Unit United
ed United St Me Government. ,"'..
If no heirs appear, the' ca t h
will be deposited With the treasur treasurer
er treasurer of the Pansma Canal Co.
After five years, if no claim claimants
ants claimants file, if will be sent to tht
Treasury in Washington. ' -,
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THE MAIL BOX
rmL DADE'S ALERT
I owe aa apology to my friend Phil Dade. I missed bis air
raid in vaita it was" presumed that H-bombs had destroyed
the Canal and ended ail complaints of employes about rent,
neighbor' dogs and other Important disturbances.
-- anhAla ahAaa arar atlTaar
tt fjJk last Monoay morning. I
, fir-ut crossed the boundary into the Republic of Panama, a
) J aijitfr, three grandchildren tpd "yours truly", were turned
;J tothlngs resembling big jashers of oacon. t t- t ;
am pleased to learn from the local press .that the' trial
iW was a fcuecess, all things considered, perhaps better than
trv in the United States, i L do not know lust' how
!J I and hydrogen bomb conxious the residents of, the Canal
. i happen to be. I do know that they'd better be pretty
conscious ana cooperate witn eon ana ras me-savwg crewv V;
ZZjbtn. James Garin, V&A estimates that several hundred
m"T)n deaths would result from an a'l out H-bomb attack on
ihi-US. With the population at 165 million, that wouldn't leave
many -Gringos and would take in a lot of neighbors.-, Gen.
Psrtridee. chief of Continental Defense, testified before a Sen-
at Committee that he couldn't
HCJUV SUCH UI aiUlt. uu KVies
In the UA with their highly developed "sense; ot Immediacy.?
TtSX.let k General do, their worrying lor them. ; . ; .: ;
-Th. Democratic Diiest.-which is no admirer of "Knsine
CEarley" Wilson, Secretary of Defense, has also 'worried a bit.
It-sent out an inquiring repter, but he didnl gt far with
hE query to a lew people in the street as to how they- felt
aoout H-bombs killing a few hundred nilllon people. They just
w?e not Interested. .. : r
i r.The first man the Inquiring reporter talked to said: "
, "Gee, that'a a lot of people. Isn't It?",
J -"ay, did you know?" he a3ked, changing the subject, "that
J IlXno Mamie are going to sinp. "God Bless America; this year
Vl iv?" , .. v..- t .
; That was the first the Inquiring reported' had heard of it.
. : v. i
.; r "G," the man continued,
;t t-.tlme;aa Jackie Gleason;
4 ii J Tne inquiring reppners repiy(was noi recorocu.
jj JB.t, '?fter fll. unless they
t)i.,4 mopped, it will ,m
SAN ANTONIO BL'ULE
!rr:t:c Convention Is underway, and by the time
Jou, we. should know Who'a Who." It looks to me
betve.d Stevenson and Harruoan and windup In
niUi.uatmg Symington or Johnson.. V-;
': .My advlct would be edorse Eisenhower ana put up a winner
for Veep, and if Ike and their Veep are both, elected (hey would
have a 50-50 for. a- half-term Piesident. v ;
.. i Frank was off last week and gave us a chance to run
around a little and see some of the parched and sunbaked
farms. A lot nob, planted and a lot that won't return the seed
thai was pianted. I've been around these diggings' a long time
ana never seen me lines oi a,
. Just got a phone call that Mr. Maas wculd be over to see
Jj, me Have the last of June's Panama Americans, and that al alii
ii alii wavs pleases him. He lives In a new addition-some two miles
ouC That waa in the woods when I returned here. This town
is sure going and there are few vacancies for sale or to; rent
Thdre are but a few unemployed and. the road- work will need
JJ more than there are m sight; A-few too old to-go on the em-
iit ployment list are making a fair living cutting crass and clean-
ingtyards. The man that cleans here picks up his three dollars
i In attout an hour ........
Just think,' when I railroaded here In mv time.' when It
j eame to overtime conductors get
j:;20 centa and they lived too.
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riadks own columm
tatpaaiilirF fat ftarsaMati at
was sitting on the seaward side
sleep at nights Just thinking
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"1 hope they don t conu i on the
rd hate to miss them, -wouldn't
' r.-;n ? jij '. s j
do .their singing before the
make little difference whether, or
20 cents an hour brakemen
Service calla till 11:0a, p.m.
Al! T7ork Guaraylrrtl
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CHICAGO -INEA) The
Democratic convention really be began
gan began to warm up only when ex-
rresmem Harry Truman emved
lecling just wonderful, '- tossing:
wikchcu anq moBcsy wreocaes
in every direction.
The rear test of this convention
is whether Truman can dictate
the platform and the choice of a
candidate to fit it, aleng bis
liberal. Fair Deal ages.
Smart convention strategists
see the possibility that the conven convention
tion convention might reject the Truman
counsel and proceed along more
moderate lines. Truman say a
he'll support the platform and the
candidate the convention ap
proves. But if they aren't what
Mr. Truman wants, will this ac-i
tion make him an "elder states-1
man, w-.cr. ae defines as a oead
Convention keynoter Gov: -Frank
Clement of Tennessee promised in
advance to discuss Vice-fresidem
Kichard M. Nixon at great length.
"He's welcome to come into Ten Ten-nesseany
nesseany Ten-nesseany time," Said Clement.
We'll feed him some good Ten
nessee ham, we'U furnish himf
with an escort and then see him'
safely across our borders.";
' Democratic hostess with" the
mostest, Perle Mesta, former am
bassador to Luxembourg, was re-!
minded that four years ago. she
tried to make General Dwight D
Eisenhower the Democratic can candidate
didate candidate for president.
" "I certainly did" she admitted.
Then she added: "Have you
ever thought how close to being a
Democrat he is? That's why so
many Republicans don't like
Asked if she knew that her im impersonator,
personator, impersonator, actress Ethel Mer Mercian,
cian, Mercian, was going to the Republican
(convention, Perle said, "Yes. And
'she used to be a Democrat too.
But she married a Kepuoacan.
That shows you what a man will
do to you." ; i ;
TK- r.t i,;n i-i,. i j.' engendered by honest oak and
The first thing you have .o.m,h0gll,y ,nd got downright
n,15". "V renUmental about bartenders, j j
ddw u l ine own iiius unci-
Uo Amphithcateri half-hour
wutJl and wjSt o x' by cab.j
But all the side shows where the
im.rtni rlr Mh rnnvontinn i
i done are in two lakefront hotels :
- the Conrad- Hilton and the
t-t ni.-L.i i l
.iir. aiuii-iiii .iirir". i
4 Mnst nC the hiz shuts iav st ?..ic
Blackstone and the important plat platform
form platform committee held its hearings
in ns swana nayiair aupper viuo' r 'ZZi thoii.
Room. A dosen top committee;" who used to work at hf.
in its swank Mayfaur Supper Club
members occupied- we. dam-sheUji"'""'": IT i n-w
where the dance band.,usuaUy j towed his ,. master -to the, JSew
holds the potUg-ut4hre;waaianyen,tte Bwana got pro-
Ulicai g0u1gi.0ntnere. MUU0ns .0r
words running A full weekr came
from the mouthpieces' for every
pet cause and ,bleeding heart,
world-saving crusade. r
Ia the end ill this is ignored and
the 12-membn- drafting committee
writes what it pleases. This is the
so-called democratic process. I
In the Connd Hilton, reading
from top to bottom, are Stevenson
headquarters on the 23rd floor,
Harriman on 16 Humphrey on
ninet Kefauver. on seven tempo temporary
rary temporary press headquarters on three.
Everybody else was in the lobby,
milling aiound and perspiring.
; For convention week proper,
press headquarters goes to the
basement. When the Sportsmen's
Show moved out of there and pol politics
itics politics took over, it Just meant that
the center of interesl was shifting
from outdoor to indoor sport.
Stevenson headquarters opened
a parlor for reception ot delegates
and the public in general in the
Conrad Hilton's third floor Wal Waldorf
dorf Waldorf Room.'"",- :w;
Stevenson advisers wondered
later how they managed to pick a
parlor with, that name on it. Re Remembering
membering Remembering that the Waldorf in
New York is the hangout for such
Republicans as ex-President Her
bert Hoover and Gen. Douglas
MacArthur, they- wished they had
a room named Thoiris Jefferson,
) or something' like that: But in the
Stevenson tradition of wisecrack-
. in? about evervtmnf. they accept
ed the Waldorf Room as a good
joke oa them.
! All the ore-convention hullaba
'lno aboat Adlai Stevenson's views
'on civil riehts was really nothing
I new. What he said in Chicago
about the need to uphold the Su
Ipreme Court -decision on school
I segregation, was exactly what he
had sam in rwo spi cr.et. aunns
! . wsi : J
the primary campaign m r wnaa.
Nobodv himoed on him then. And
Harry Truman made Stevenson's
view look tame oy comparison as
soon as he hit town.
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.Protocol among big shot onion,
labor officials seems to be nisi as
i rigorously observed as it is. by
Istit Denartment diufomats.
! AFIIO vice pre? ident Walter
Reuther"! statement M tne demo democratic
cratic democratic Platform Committee
I couldn't be given 'out till after
President George. Meany ,,. had
I There ire. Incidentally, over 100
! representatives of lsbor unions
; serving as delegates Jo this Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic convention. i
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i President Eisenhower's Wash Washington
ington Washington statcai-snt that he would
have another physical examination
before election time gave Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic headquarters in Chicago an another
other another ray of hope; ; t
' Jit .'Steienson .-.1ieadqiirter m
Wriii tiraf, the news' brought big
sniiJcsi Ttre'-still s'ronS A A-ing
ing A-ing among Democratic leaders
that the President will throw in
ill fV? S?3te )
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I was sittine in a bar in Spain
the other day. watching my friend,1
Miguel, the barman; -whip up.af
Martini and hand out tne iree
lunch in the dose camaraderie
- There was a hotel man- with me,
a chap from Nairobi, in Kenya,
and tears literally came to his
asslsUnt' .JoseV JP"?. evfryinuig
V ; ?
' A. t s .
. . .
I miss Moussa,
Moussa Elaily is a Swahili bar-
4 v v;. ihttii Mieuel
or" Jose or iggys. 't .Dick
Toots'; or Henry, at the ZT or
lh. TnttollA bovi. It is just thai
a good barkecp anywhere in he
world bears the same stamp. I
rank them with good country doc
,.UONG WAY TO, CROW-Day-and-a-half
Chick gets a helping beak from
'mama at Flamingo Village, Mi Miami
ami Miami Beach, Fla. He has a long
, way to go and .grow before
. matching mama's height and
,ber flowerlike, feathered finery.
Bv B03 RUARK
tors and all eood nreacheri of anv
faith as top people.
It is a lonely life, at best, and
from time to lime a man neeJs
a priest or a rabbi or the counsel
ot a trusted physician and nos-
sibly even a psychiatrist. But itti
the absence of any specialist, yoid
can get most of the best of what
they dispense from a bartender
lor tree. -.-.,-.; ;
What they give you, more orjess.
,"a ana sympauy. waiters are
ofic lurly or over-obsequious. Cab
VT neaa Tf
basically bores. mnnolntiTsu with
A -bat kt- ti-
on tips for
a good part of
e doesn sneer or go surly on
you if you don't tin.
He u Keep quiet if yor. want to
brooo; he'd ..listen tu your. vvo's
if you need to unload them: he'll
converse if you want it. on nearly
any subject, because barkeepers
arc auoui we oesi-reaa people I
Know, on any subject from base-
oan to pontics.
Tbcir feet hurt from stan linr
but they-don't, moan. They'll use
a oug starter' on the wise guy
who molests your wailine dame.
They can ease a drunk off the
premises generally without bruis
ing the dignity of the drunk.
incy never gossip.'. They seem
to have no prejudice.. relipiniK
racial or omcrwise, although a
THE ATLAS' CLUB is on
great many bartenders in Ameri America.,
ca., America., are -Irish, Jewish, Negro,
Italian, German. Spanish, or whal
No matter what country lam ir.
when I am feeling low I go to a.
Kar nni nr.Vt; in.,.n. .1
bar not a cocktail lounge and e-
ven if l take notning more violent
than a small beer or a vermouth
cassia, I leave feeling better.
, My day in Nairobi can be bleak,
and Moussa's broad African grin
can fill it with -sunshine. A half
hour with Joe in Cairo, or Dan in??ls recognizes thatvoter will
rangier, or any of-the New ioik
boys decides me. against suicide.
bankruptcy, ,0r; runnmg away; to
join- the gypsies. ; '- ;
-1 nevir inured & exactly isliat,
they bad, lut I think that they are'
basically- fine gentlemen with a
great discernment of the other;
bul ArlrJf far The""viice presideni
diri rvlr.h rt,. e tial PoU conducted on behalf of
te.,?W; hit by. professional Interview,
niv lfr i1(.-Vl:e' ,lm era shows Governor Herter; run run-pathy
pathy run-pathy or polite :attenUoa-aa they nin ,head mxan :-wipe-lh
glasses and mop the suds,lnV,nca?:r x0 .. t S f
They .listen to bores and boors. I KANSAS DEMOCRATS' FIGHT
raucous. talk, old jokes, boasts andj :
maudlin wails without losins their u,, wlau-h "ii,. i:m-
cool appraisal of humankind as
a mixture ot good and bad.
If we have such a thine as a
race of gentlemen in the truest
sense. I give the nalm to th bar-
keep, wherever he be, whatever
he is. And I imagine that I am not
alone. Jit tthw sentiment. jutlsmr
iiuiu uic uuauiL-ss iujsi uarsiaui
on ail the six continents.
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Male Escorts attired with or without coat.
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WASHINGTON Most 'encourag-',
ing news on the otherwise disturb
ing Suez' Canal -front is confiden confiden-tial,
tial, confiden-tial, advices from American dip
lomats in Moscow that: the Rus
sians doo't want aa explosion in
the Near East.
U.S. diplomats report -that Com
munist leader Nikita Khrushehev
was speaking the truth when he
pubuciy appealed to the west not
to use force in '.he Sues crisis..
Althoueh- the Russians have
deluged Egypt with arms and
more are. reportedly on the way,
diplomatic sources say. that the
Kremlin has no intention oi going
to the aid of Egypt in east of war.
Thus, if war broke, Russia wouid
be exposed as a false friend.
Note The French govarnmeij
has promised Britain 100,000 troon!
in any war against Egypt. They
believe the time has come to
crush Nasser before he rallies the
whole Arab world against the
3 ; IKiV THE DIPLOMAT ; i
Newspaper readers who scanned
the cold type of the President's
press conference on : Nixon and
Massen would have a hard; unae
deciding whom Ike was for. His
words were chosen with '-'masterful
diplomacy. Only the late Presi President
dent President Franklin Roosevelt, among
recent presidents, has .been tso
adroit in dancing on eggs at a
press -conference. -. . s
Newsmen who listened were not
much more enlightened. But the
warmth, of 'the President's, words,
when he-spoke of Harold Stassen's
fine work on .disarmament, was
such that Stassen seemed to get
slightly the better of the deaL
There was also the fact that Ike
described Nixon as "acceptable"
but did not give an enthusiastic
I -want him. r-j"--' ; ;-Behind
Behind ;-Behind the press Conference,
however, were other events" which
spoke louder' than words. One was
the iact that Ike had summoned
chairman Len Hall one day ear earlier
lier earlier and toldt him: to pipe, down
on 'his strong "we want Dick"
statements. He advised Haif. that
his statements made it look as if
the San Francisco, convention was
ringed to stifle all opposition.-
It was right after this talk that
Hall issued his "open convention"
ilalimniL 1 f. t i i ;
The President has also made it
clear to bis closest intimates that
he wants to be completely free to
take any vice presidential' candi
date. Nixon, whom he? lilies, he
recognizes to be a liability, He
be voting for the. vice. 'president
as the potential president, j At the
same time,' 1 however -Eisenhower
doesn't want to antagonize the
right wing nf'the Republican party
whose' darling Nixon i That's
why if Stassen can build op
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y,7; n-V'STii lET tkuT
Governor of KansSs wh6 stormed
11he MIpafts of "Washington in
tv.t,inai. j Tm,--j.
-ndd UD a itecri.Urv of war U
trying for a comeback in. Kansas.-
Thr hlVtf lukM Anlv fruirinAin.
ocratic governors of rock-ribbed
- RnHinfieaa traaa thi. m..
ann Harrv Wnrulnnn ue n. .1
them. He was elected in 1330 when'
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a w a
th lrmjght,''a.. splifamong Kan
sas Republicans, plus the plight
of, the farmers, pushed jum into
the .state House in .Topeia.
Today, drought, depressed farm
prices, and another' split between
Republicans have created a simi similar,
lar, similar, siiuation;. so Harry hat hopped
belatedly in the breach to make
the most of it. .In. doing so, he is
trying to elbow out George Dock Docking,
ing, Docking, another Kansas Democrat,
who got into the race considera considerably
bly considerably ahad. -V-
,.' Woodring has some" interesting
campaign slogans,' tme of them
reminiscent pf Hoover's", ''a chick chicken
en chicken in every pot" and "two can
in very garage?' His latest is:
"A pond "for every' Kansas farm
and r late for ivery Kansas
Harry is also spending? quite a
bi. of dough for a usually poverty poverty-stricken
stricken poverty-stricken Democrat, much of it
reportedly coming from cattlemen
Ken Anderson of Emporia and
"' wara Mmarroa,
Woodring had -a lot of trouble in inside
side inside the Itoosevelt administration.
At the time when FDR was telling
his cabinet that the UtS.A: had to
be prepared,. Woodring was drag
ging his heels.' F.D.R. was certain
that sooner or later 'the dictators
would attack 'the' United .States;
so he increased :! the.,- military
budget as much :, as : Congress
would permit. : 7
But Woodring, in 'charge'' of the
Army, hung back. He couldn't be believe
lieve believe there would ever.be an at attack.
tack. attack. Roosevelt, finally worked
through the assistant secretary of
war, alert Louey Johnson, to get
more airplanes; and finally, after
Woodring got embroiled in a er er-sona!
sona! er-sona! incident from which "mys
tery : man'.' Henry 'Grunewald res rescued
cued rescued him; F.D.R. asked fothis res res-ignation.
ignation. res-ignation. ; 's.-x- ;
-Today, believe 'it w not,' how.
ever, Woodring's campaiga litera literature
ture literature features pictures of himself
in chummy position with F.D.R.,
the man of whom he was so cri critical
tical critical after he was eased out of the
cabinet.' .-': r?"fy ,..;
: WASHN6T0N PIPELINE
One thing "that hurt Senator Ka.
fauver personally was the fart
that his old friend, Senator Gore
of Tennessee, refused to make the
nominating speech for biw a Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. Kefauver kas'ScariJpaigned
for Cere, helped Goro, boosted
Gore:. But the young ;senator had
ambitions to be vice president .
Clergymen, : can thank Senator
Magnuson of Washington for pass-
ing a bilU -giving them reduced
travel rates oa, airplanes when
there are seats available. The Air
Transport- "Asso." .'.opposed Mag Magnuson.
nuson. Magnuson. But CAB "Commissioner Joe
Adams also worked for the reduc reduction,
tion, reduction, and last week Eisenhower
signed the bilU I Victor Wicker Wicker-sham,
sham, Wicker-sham, the real estate congress congressman
man congressman tt om "Dklanoma 'fust defeat defeated
ed defeated by Judge Toby Morris, has
purchased 160 acres of land .near
Oklahoma City. Hitherto. Victor
has' purchased land all the way
from Florida ;'to. Colorado and
Maryland and" Virginia, but 'he
hasn't dabbled much in the Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma realty mart. Politicos are
wondering whether he plans to
run for Congress in Oklahoma
City and has bousht himself a res
idence. The new tract cost5 about
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4 A Pass Past PtN
Openini had) J
' South'! jump to four spades can can-j
j can-j tot be recommended. He knew
ihat North had trump support With
m .. count, : of about seven'.- to
v 10 points, but such a hand would
, provide .; a good : play lor four
lit for diamonds, as well: as fori after West had led the lack.
inades. x .' ." South won the first trick with
.Such hands' are difficult to bid the ace of diamonds and drew
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rhanct. is. to bid three diamonds
' it his second turn. This would
. hstruct North to show enthusiasm
S he had a diamond lit but to
- lign off if he lacked such a fit.
( South decided to blast to a game
toiitract without asking for his
partner's opinions, or beliefs. ;For-
' j .lunately for South, his partner had;
; 1 good enough fit for diamonds
- lo produce the game; but,: un un-.
. un-. furtunately, one of the opponents
( ; was clever enough to swindle
. south out of the fruits of his labor.
' West opened the jack vt dia-
' monds, knowing nothing about!
iouth's second suit Declarer hes hesitated
itated hesitated a second or two in order1
to plan his play, and this gavel
. cast enougn tune to concoct a
little plot. i, :'i
;Wbea South played a low dia diamond
mond diamond from the. dummy at the
' First trick,. East followed suit with
:. the queen. .This strange play
eouldc'i cost l anvthins. i n
East's queen and ten were equals
had hoped to produce. He assumed
that East had started with the
sincieton queen of diamonds and
that West led from J-10-2.
Acting on t h i s assumption,
South drew trumps and led a low
diamond towards dummy. West
followed suit with the' deuce,' nat naturally,
urally, naturally, and declarer finessed dum dummy's
my's dummy's nine. East triumphantly pro produced
duced produced the ten of diamonds to win
the trick, after which the defend defenders
ers defenders were sure to get a heart and
two clubs to defeat the contract.
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lice imposed 19-hour Independ Independence
ence Independence Dy curfew on this big post
city today to prevent other stone-
throwing attacks on a publi; meet
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More than 20 persons icre if
Police saif the, rejected suitor iKJJL .""S'.
WELLSB0R0. Pa.. Aui." 1
lUiN" Harry Jack Bioontert 23,
accyjed of kidnaping and raping
a 17-ytsr-old baby-aitter because
shel$purned his love,-wis cantup cantup-ed
ed cantup-ed kere yesterday while sipping, t'
cuo.o feoffee, in a. farm home,
from' Younsstown; Ohio had asked
farmer Fred Keck' for work so
that; he could buy. gasoline lor hi
Boomer also was in quest of
gas .for tus car when he stopped
at a filling 'station at' Wayland,
N. yesterday with his prisoner,
Betsy Long, 17, $weet Valley, Pa.
Thetigirl jumped from Bloomer's
car and escaped.
PoQct said Bloomer, a slim, six six-footer,
footer, six-footer, surrendered meekly, here
to two policemen who ordered him
to eome out with his hands up.
The Officers had spotted Bloomer's
car narked in the Keck driveway,
PoTJca said Bloomer allegedly
kidnaped the girl while she was
babysitting at the Dome ot Mrs,
Jennie Bolinsky: at Bei.ton, Pa Pa-Monday
Monday Pa-Monday night.'; The girl said
Bloomer ripped up bed clothes to
tie th .three Bolinsky children
and .then forced her to accompany
Mlas Long said Bloomer, whom
she 'described as a rejected suit
of. raped her twice before she es-j
eapexi from nu car ai me way'
' land, filling station.
20 Arrested ; f j
For, Ignoring ; j
Bom bay. Curfew j
Th tint Nixoltrm apnllcfition wul
mumm eluT away your akin pimplea.
t'M'NiMdtrm tenijht and ie how
your akin bacomca cltn, clear and
ao' Nixaaarm la a im trcatmant
thaifkilla srma and parailtca eaua-tn-Lfeaama,
jtchinf and pimplta. Tou
wiu Inot (et rid of th akin troublei
tinm jreu ramova the aarma that ara
kidriia In tna parca. So rt Nixada-m
frH yaur druaalU. today to flint
ri-Aplaa aad elaar and aoatba your
' kli- ...V-.'." -,..
the c urftw: which will be in effect
from 9 a.m. today to4 a.m. s to
morrow. ' -i
There was no Immediate report
of new casualties in the anti-government
riots, which have caused
15 deaths in the past week. The
meeting mat was stoned was be
ing addressed by a leader of Bom'
bay State's Maharashtra faction
The riots resulted from opposi opposition
tion opposition to Premier Jawaharlal Heh-
m's plsa to split, Bombay state" in into
to into Maharashtra and Gujerat Pro
vinces. Bombay City would be
come pan of the Maharashtra Pro
Atry; Gen; Probes j
DJARK ATA. Indonesia Aiiff ifi
(UP) Attorney general Supranto
said yesterday the; government
woum investigate corruption
cnaraes against me gorieun minis,
ter before deciding whether to re recall
call recall him from ihe Sues Canal con conference
ference conference in London. .
Foreign. Minister. Roeslan Ab-
dulgai.i nanrowly missed arrest
hist before he left for London yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Prime Minister Ali Sastro-
amidjojo intervened as the army
was about to take Abdulgani who
Newspaper accounts charged
Abdulgani 'with accepting some
$14,000 in kickbacks on the print printing
ing printing of ballots for last September's
general -'Uor. --' j
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been taken on Main Street in Anvtown tl ? A. Rut rfnu it h, i-
4 iuela, during the recent week-Jong celebration that marked .the 145th anniversary of the
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Britain Solving Shortage
Of Scientists in Iridust
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ.t Aug.
IS (UP) Fifteen indignant moth mothers
ers mothers barricaded the Franklin Town Township
ship Township municipal dumn-with babv
i buggies and play pens yesterday
to protest the ?ownship s failure to
abandon the refuse area as prom promised,
ised, promised, ;
...... ; v .
The- mothers stood guard over
the barricade and prevented privately-owned
i garbage eollection
vehicles from entering 'the
grounds. ; v.-
. Some of the mothers carried
v --s. One read-. "Rats are bigger
tl:n- catj.'gAnotlier said "Exier "Exier-mifiator'promied,
mifiator'promied, "Exier-mifiator'promied, but when?"
The Townshp Committee had
promised to close the dump, bor bordering
dering bordering a post-war housing project,
by Aug. 1. -i
The committee, however,1 said it
bad; been unable to contract pri privately
vately privately owned garbage collectors,
with outo-f-town dumping grounds,
to- handle the refuse.
. j -LONDON,
Aug. 16 Britain is
faced with a heavy and increasing
demand for t r a i n e d scientists.
While the number and quality of
her graduates in Dare science
compares favourably with those of
other countries, the number of
men trained in applied science is
comparatively small and is now
clearly insufficient tor uie neems
of British industry., "' V- i X
In a White Paper the Govern Government
ment Government rerentlv reviewed what has
heen done in recent years, and
what it now proposes ui-oraer w
meet this problem. ;
It is convenient to divide tech;
nical education above the level of
but related parts. '1 : y,-r
" At the top is the technologist
trained to the standard requir required
ed required for membership of a profes professional
sional professional institution. He should be
ab'e to initiate research and
practical development in indus industry
try industry and he may bs expected to
take high responsibility in hv
Below that is the technician
quaified by specialist technical
training to work under the gener general
al general direction of technologist. It is
estimated that industry needs five
or six technicians to every teen
- The White Paper does- ot pro propose
pose propose the introduction of a'fadically
new system of technical education
but rather the impfbvement and
development pt what aireaay exisu
1 Since the war the number of
dentist takirm 'degrees at Brit
ish universities has doubled, and 1
although most of these study
pure and not applied science, a
. high and increasing proportion of
frem enter Industry..
The expansion -of scientific' stu studies
dies studies at the universities has alrea already
dy already cost some 18 million pounds and
a further 20 million pounds in to
be spent during the next five years
on new buildings and equipment
for applied science.
Three quarters of this will go to
enlarge the Imperial College of
Science, 'a constituent of London
University; into, the main centre
of technilogidal education in Brit Britain.
ain. Britain. . a m-p w n."
.- ly to a belief in practical train training,
ing, training, and the majority t Hi tech technologists
nologists technologists have' been-trained' by
part-time study at technical col-
"- lees. : i; ; :.
There are over-500 local educa
tion authority technical -colleges in
England, .the majority ppf them
offering courses for craftsmen and
technicians. About 150 -of them al alto
to alto offer advanced courses for tech technologists
nologists technologists and some 34 have a sub
stanttai proportion of technologists
as well as technicians.
Most of these courses lead to
the award of the national certifi certificates,
cates, certificates, the highest of which is not
faf below degree standard.
It is now proposed to develop a
number of these colleges in Eng England
land England and Wales, with a similar
development in Scotland, so that
they can concentrate: upon the
training of technologists.
At the same timet he local educa education
tion education authorities will be asked to
give these colleges a degree of a a-cademic
cademic a-cademic freedom; with conditions
of employment for academic staffs
comparable to those 'of Universi Universities.
ties. Universities. .-'. f
Efforts will be made to secure
more 'active o-operation from in industry
dustry industry in the running and fnancing
of the Colleges, and it is proposed
that staffs should be encouraged
to Undertake research and to act
as industrial consultants.
Among the most welcome of the
White Faper s proposals is the -at
tempt to replace evening classes
by day classes for technologists
and technicians. While many of
the latter and a few of the former
will still qualify -from part-time
courses while employed in indus
try, ii is hoped that employers prill
coliaoorate m day release classes.
- Special commendation is given
to the "sandwich" course which
provides periods of, full-time study
inierspersea wtin penoas w iuu iuu-time
time iuu-time employment ,. -: ?
Are these proposals adequate?
It wouldl obviously be foolish to un underestimate
derestimate underestimate the difficulties. In a
democratic country, an educa
tional development of the kind pro proposed
posed proposed cannot be brought, about by
Government order. ; v
' Its 'success depends upon the
co-operation of parents', employ
era and-students, as well at
teachers and local education au authorities:
thorities: authorities: Again, while govern governments
ments governments may agree to provide
money ind- buildings, they can cannot
not cannot create' overnight the teach teachers
ers teachers -upon whom the quality of
' the education depends.
Where are the future techno
logists to come from ? T Gov
ernment hopes tu.tt liiduy more
girls .will take up applied science
a source, which has been little
considered in the past. ; t i
Some of the students will come
from those who now take pure
science, others perhaps from those
who. would now qualify for one of
the literary. Drofessions.. ; u
The most important problem of
all is the quality of the proposed
extended education. A high degree
of scientific skill is not enough for
modern industry. A spirit of tech
nical enterprise, and a high degree
oi aaapiaDtuiy are aiso iiecueu.
t- Modern technology makes In--ereating
demands on ability to
, organize, to manage, and to
create good hitman relations. It
demands men who combine high
scientific skill with' administra administrative
tive administrative ability and with fervour, i i-maginetion
maginetion i-maginetion and wisdom,
.Can technolopcal education devel
op these Qualities? Ihe intense
specialization, which constantly
grows narrower as- technology advances,-
makes it difficult to .give
the scientist an adequate gener general
al general education. -
. Whatever broadening is attempt-
er1. however, will have to be bas
ed upon the interests and experi
ence of the students themselves.
This may not prove so difficult
in technology as in pure science
and mathematics, for technology at
every point can be shown to bave
the most far-reaching effects upon
' Schools in Brifajn have main maintained
tained maintained high standards of scholar scholarship;
ship; scholarship; they have, moreover, tend,
ed to distrust the more diffuse
type of general education prac practised
tised practised in some other' countries.
Perhaps the greatest challenee
implied in the White, Paper is the
challenge to' the schools to mair
tain their academic standards while
producing students who. are, men mentally
tally mentally alert, who are inspired with
the desire to educate themselves.
and who have developed inter
Dr. Margaret Mead
Of Mental Health
BERLIN. Aug. IS (UP) Dr.
Margaret Mead, American tnMvro-l
pologist of Philadelphia, was elect-;
ed president of the World Federa
tion for Mental Health -yesterday,
A Scottish Highland dancing
contest in, western Canada re- -suited
in a victory for Chinese Chinese-Canadian
Canadian Chinese-Canadian Betty Chan, above. -The
11-year-old, afesident of
Saskatoon, is shown wearing
the Royal Stuart tartan in
which she carried off a series of
first prizes. Her father has
promised her a Chan, tartan if
there ever is one as a reward.
POLICEWOMAN BREAKS LAW
NEW HAVEN, Conik (UP
Arrested for speeding, Marion
Barnett explained that she gave a
false name because she was afraid
Fruit Juice is not a substitute
whether in the classroom or, for milk in a child's diet milk
outside it, beyond their particul-jis needed along with .fruit to pro-of losing her job as an auxiliary
ar speciauzauuo. iviue uie necessary iuua elements.! puucewuin an.
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WASHINGTON.' Aug.v 16 (UP)
Sen; Walter T. George (D-Ga.),
who is retiring from the Senate,
yesterday denied rumors he e in
tends to resign before his term is
up. .. "-' -,.
George was questioned about the
reports as he arrived ai: the White
House to talk, with President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower about, his new job as
special ambassador on North, At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic treaty -problems. -; "f
Asked whether he win 2 resign
ahead of time to .his successor
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Senate, George replied: "Not un un-til.
til. un-til. my. term is out." .
This would be when ,the new
Congress convenes m Jan. 3, 1957
. . ?
Celebrates v :i
V iCfwfrt. D:-aL J
George explained that if he'J-AI1- VII4I1UUV ;
stays on some added benefits' will!
go to hisoffice staff ','who have! LONDON, "Aug. 16 (UP) Prin Prin-beeu
beeu Prin-beeu very loyal U,-rae."J A" cess Aime, youngest child of
He said he hasjtpld Mr. isen-
bower he will do what ne can in
meantime .to help' out oft' NATO
Queen ERiabeth and the Duke ot
Edinburgh, celebrated her sixth
birthday yesterday. The blonde
curly-yaired princess spent, t h e
day aboard the royal yacht Britan-
!. .nia off Scotland.
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Former Slave Dies
In NJ At Aqe 118,
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., Aug.
16 (UP) Ivory "Owens, a former
slave, died of a heart condition
and pneumonia yesterday in St.
Peter's Hospital. He said he was
118 years old.
. Owens once satd he was born
on a Georgia farm in 1838 a a d!
his parents later f were sold into
slavery. He said he saw Abraham
lincom once, but did not speak to
the Civil War President.
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. Jlekmloon ....
' evrnente Panasal ....... TJ
Carvecerla Nacional .... O
Chlrlcane do Leebe .... 11 ;
. Cocs Cols u
gjPrtSf With CoilV eeeee
efuFrct. wlU Conis
fjnanm, 8, A,
ruera 7 UxzPrtL 47 17
"ierio y Lus Corn. ...
Qrtelea tnteramerlcanos. tV4
General do Segurot .... SS -Ponamefla
da Actlto .a.
I M i
kVnamena de Flbraa ... 22
Panamena de Seguro ..IS . 27
Panamena de Tabice,.. 10 : II 12
'teatra BeUavtrto ...,, I. v tit
ttetro Central ,; SCO
? (Commerelst Hoticei
FOR SALt Lhrinf ream Mt,
actional, 6 piettt Afbetx, 11 r
St. $052. Apt. 9. CalM :'
FOR SALEDti to trtf. Or.
atal ryf, 7il 1. Vary cheap. Ja
yoria Miami, Phono 2-1747 Paii-
POR SALEs 2 Quartermaster
e4l (twia tixt), floor bap.'
' automatie toatter. Now. 2-4 U 7
FOR SALE-60'cyclo automot automot-U
U automot-U Moyta waihor, Jt e p m r
twooper. ; 3 05-A Coco r Solo,
Phono 8611. 1
FOR SALE: 60-tyda' Cold.pot
7.7 c. ft., oxcatlont condition,
$80. Albreek 286-A. 16-6220.
Wanted to Buy
, 'WANTED.- Smooth tires, suit suitable
able suitable for reconstruction "Recea "Recea-stnictora
stnictora "Recea-stnictora Nacional." Per Ave.
No. 7, Phone 2-0406. i
WANTED: r- 1955" Chevrolet
BclAir 4-door sedan, radio, 6 6-cylinder,
cylinder, 6-cylinder, food shape. Will pay
spot cash. Call Mr. Batista, Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-4222. ...
Boats & Motor
fOR SALE: Leuath, galvanited
(tool, 26 ft. lent, 9 ft. wide, 532
co. ft. $600. Dr. Morales. Tela Tela-phono
phono Tela-phono 2-2463.
l!:rcy imh Pbs
PATRICK 'AIR FORCE BASE.
.; Aug. 16 (UP) A four-en
fiine'Air Force Globemaster car
rying a 13-man crew vith nrv'
gcacy supphes crashed and ex exploded
ploded exploded today on mercy mission
to Hurricane-battered San Salva
dor, one member of Jhe crew yvaa
killed. v w ,.
rnc w-oret aase
officer of Patrick Air Force Base
The plane was carrying relief
supplies and emergency equip-
ment to ban Salvador, wnich was
swept Monday night by the furious
120-mile an hour winds oV Hurri Hurricane
cane Hurricane Betsy, The missile center at
Patrick has an outpost located on
Col. Munson said the' other 12
members of the crew were pulled
from the flaming wreckage and
suffered, only minor injuries.. The
name of the dead crewman and
the injured crewmen were, with
held pending notification,, of next
: VNITtD 8ATE9 OF AflCBICA ;
, Canal' tone
' Vnite4 SUIco DUuicl Court For
The DiMrict mt he Canal Zone
I Balboa Division
rvomercial Naviera. b,A Respondents.
u Aomiraity. No. 4364, Freoae in
Rem and in Personam. ,
Whereas, on the 7th day of August.
1056. Comoania General de Llcores, S.A.,
tiled a. Rem and Personam Libel In the
Vnlted'Statea Dlatrlel Court, Canal Zone,
Balboa Division, against the S.S. Gua Gua-yas.
yas. Gua-yas. her boats, tackle, aooard and tur.
hiture, in a cause of Contract. Civil and
And whereas, by virtue Of process In
duo (arn-f low -to me directed, r-
himabie on the 28th day of August. ISaS,
I have seised and taken the aaid S. S.
Notice is hereby given thai a District
Court will be held in the United Statu
Court Boom. In the town ot Ancon, Ca
nal Zone, at ajn on the 28th day of
August 1954 for the trial ot said pre premises,
mises, premises, and the owner tor owners, and all
persons; who may have or claim any in
terest, are hereby cited to be end ap
peer at the time and place stores id. to
show cause, If any they have,- why a
final decree should not naaa ae Brftyed
- 'i j. Joseph I. Kincaid
United States Marshal.
Hoy Phinips P.
Proctor for Libelant.
LEGAL KOTICE :
V.vrrn) sates of America
Canal Zone -Veiled
States District Conrt Per
The District ot he Canal Zone
Dariin Fruit Company,' S.A-, Libelant
against m.v. uuayas, her engines, ucxie,
boilers, apparel, furniture, otct Itespond-
In Admiralty No. 4379. Monition and
Whereas on the 15th dav of Aurusf,
1SSS. Darlen PViut Comoanv. S.A.. fried
a .Libel in Rem In the UP''M Sta'ro
District Court. Canal Zinc. Balboa Di
vision, aaain.it the- M.V. Cuva-i.. her
engines, tackle, boilers, amarel. nmi
ture. etc.. in a cause of Contract. Civil
and Mar time:
And wherens. fey virtue of protean to
due torni oi law to me mrecteri, return returnable
able returnable on the 5th day of Seotember,
I have seised and taken the sold M. V.
Utiayas and have her in my custody!
Notice is hereby given tht a Dis
trlct Court will be held in the United
States Court Room. In the town of A"
eon. Canal Zone, at t am., on the Sth
day of Seotember. tfS for the trial of
said Dremi.ee, and the owner or ov
ers. and all arsons who mvr hve or
Haim nv Interest, are hereby citel to
be and apnesr at the time and p're
foresalfi, to shmr.'ouac. If an thev
haw.whv a final decree ehould not
pass as prayf. ,
Joseph f. KtemM
' United State Marshal.
Van Siclen. Ramirer and de Castro
Proelors-for -Ltbelant.' ,-'r
FOR SALE: 1950 Chrysler 4.
door sedan, perfect condition.
Garage Sterling, Pbooe 130 Co Colon.
lon. Colon. '. .- i ;
FOR SALE: '54 Dodge' 4-oor
Coronet V-8, automatic trans-
missioa, radio, hearer, underseal,
excellent condition, low mileage.
Phone tveninp Coco Sole 8640,
FOR SALIW5S Plymouth 2 -dr.
Savoy, power flite. radio, hooter,
low mileage, enderteal, excellent
condition. Phono Ft. Gulick 83 83-35
35 83-35 or 38.283,
FOR SAlIwl54 Moreurv 4.
door oodan, now whitewall tiro
and radio. Real bargain. Leaving
lithmui. Phone Panama 2-1463
(Reuben) from a.m. to 5 p.m.
LEAVING TOWN! Sacrifice
193 Plymouth, used only 23, 23,-000
000 23,-000 miles, $800. 46th Street
East; just off Via Espana.
, FOR SALE. 1951 Chevrolet 4.
- done sedan, perfect mechanical
condition. Autos Eitenman, SA.,
Phono 2-2616 or 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fair.,
lane 4-door Victoria, radio, white
sidewall tire-, vinyl upholstery,
. two-tone. New. Wen in Teeners'
of fie. 2-2352 Margarita. v
FOR SALE.'55 Ponttac Station
Wagon, 4 doer 8 passenger,
000 miles. 30S-A, Coco Sole.
, FOR SALE: 1951 Pontioe "I"
Club Coupe, standard shift, ex ex-cellent
cellent ex-cellent condition, $600. Balboa
- The Panama liner Cristobal Is
scheduled to sail from New York
this afternoon with 179 passengers
for Cristobal and 25 passengers
for- Port-au-Prince, Haiti, accord according
ing according to the advance passenger list
Those booked for Cristobal are:
Miss Barbara Acly: Mr. andi
Mrs. W. Affeltrsger and three chi..
dren; Miss Rachel Attia. Miss Vic Victoria
toria Victoria Attia, Mrs; Fanda Attia';
Mrs; Bailey and son; Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Baker and three chil
dren; 'Mrs. E. Barlow and daugh
ter; miss Ann Barnck; Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Bedarf and two
children Mr. and Mrs. C. Bell and
three children; Mr, and Mrs. Carl1?0"?' Thomas, bus mfr. Reinal-
Blanchard; Miss Susan Blanch
ard; Mrs. Rose Blanchard; Mrs j
Mabel Blanchard; Mrs. and Mrs.
J, G. Boswell and four children;
Mrs. Geneva N. Bowen and- Mr;
V. G. Bowen and two children.
Mrs. Howard Campbell; Mr.
ind Mrs. H. Chase and two- chil
dren; Dr. nd Mrs. Anthony B.
Cucinella; Dr. Henry. De LaGarza;
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Dean and
daughter; Mrs. Ruth Denton and
three children;- Mr. and Mr. P.
Disharoon and 1w children; Mr.
and Mrs. J. A Dombrowsky and
two children: Mr.' and Mrs. Pun-
can Dunscombe; Mr. and Mrs. Pe
ter Farewell; Mrs. Franklin A,
Flanders; Miss Judith Flanders;
Miss Alice Gallant and Mrs. Iset Iset-tie
tie Iset-tie Gerr.
'' ' ''''' a '"-J' '''- ,; '. '''I
Mr. and Mrs. John Hakey and
three children; Mr. and Mrs. L.
Hart and two children; Paul Hert-
ceu; Mrs. Marguerite Hert gen;
Mrs. Gladys Hines; Aaron Ka-
docb: Mr. and Mrs. Peter La Man
na; Miss Anna La Manna: Mr,
and Mrs. Raymond H. Luke and
daughter: Mr. and Mrs. George
Lund; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Messi
na: Mr. and Mrs..F. A. mom and
two children; Mr. and Mrs. Fran
cis Montanari and four children?
Mr. and Mrs., John Moran: Mrs
Hermine Murray; Mrs. G ret el
Neumann and Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Patton and four children.
. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peart and
two children: Mrs. saran j. rnn rnn-lips:
lips: rnn-lips: Mrs. Clara Pitcher;. Miss
Joan Poster; Mrs. France H.
Raynor; Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Red Redman
man Redman and three children; Mrv and
Mrs. P. Richmond and tnree cnii cnii-dren:
dren: cnii-dren: Mr. Clarence E. Rienks;
Mr. Abraham Savehy; Mrs. Rena
Schulman: Mr. ana Mrs. u f.
Stanley and three children; Mr.
ami airs. Jonn L,. suaan ana air.
and Mrs., Jmes Testa .and j two
: Kt. Benjamin L Thomas arnd
son;, Mr. and Mrs. James Thomp Thompson
son Thompson and four children; Mr. and
Mrs. Fred R. Trout; Mrs. Anaa L.
Vache and three children; Miss
Ann' Von Glahn; Mrs. Joan W.
Wallae and twe ehildren; Mrs,
Rose Warschaw; Mr. and Mrs.
James Weiseloiel and three chil
dren; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Whitney and son and Mr. and Mrs.
Wells P. Wright and son.
? ASKI8 FOR T --
: WATERBURY, Conn. (UP)
Raymond Kilmer; 17, lost more
than a $1 bet with a friend when
he failed to swing hand over hand
across the underside ef a bridge.
He also lost his grip and piunaea
40 feet to the ground, injuring nisi;
BOX 2031. ANCON, CZ.
I0X 1211. CRISTOBAL CX
Dr. Weodehahe Medkal Clinic,
Day Night Service. Opposite
Chase Bank, Phone 2-3479 Pan Pan-'
' Pan-' ama.
FOR SALE: Latest model Dyn Dyn-eptie
eptie Dyn-eptie Labroscopoe,. Bausch e
Lomb. Professional. Tel. 706-A..
FOR SALE: Records: classic,
populer and au, 904 discount.
Agendas Diax, 37tb Street He. I
6-A; ..-; l "'-v f
FOR SALE) Cooker- Spaniel
puppies. 6 weeks old. Phone 3 3-2779.
2779. 3-2779. I6tb Street Ne. 97. Sen
FOR SALl:-4figh fidelity ree ree-erd
erd ree-erd player, automatie, oisliuivo
model, triaxial speaker. Reel bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Can bo soon at Ave. 6a.
Peru No. 38-lf, Jnformatieit:
Apts. 1 or 6.
FOR SALE: House and grounds
en the El Valla read. Phone 2-
FOR SALE i Titled farm, mert-
gage-free, 57 hectares. Puerto
; Pifiat, Darioa, 5000 rubber trees,
Price $1750. Dr. Merelet, 2-
Ready For Annual
Los Romanticos Social and
Sporting Club, will sponsor its an annual
nual annual September dance at the Tro Tropical
pical Tropical Club on Sept. 8. The dance
will he called "Romantics W a p a a-cna,'
cna,' a-cna,' Armando Boza and Ms orchestra
wdl play for the dance from 8
p.nif. to 6 a.tn. During the evening
the club will sponsor av cha cha
cha contest, the winners getting a
ten-inch trophy. . -t
This club is comprised of sever several
al several popular young men of Colon.
Byron King, president; Rodolfo
Beatty, vice president; Clancey;
uraoi, aecreiary.ireasurer; rean
Hudson, asst. secretary (the only
lemaie jnemoer ot tne are up);
ao (.espeoes, asst. nus. mgr.; itoy
Clark, fiscal; Ctrilo Williams, pub public
lic public relations, Others in the group
are Alfonso Salomon. -Louis Ban-
ttste, Alejandro Newball, Cecilio
Forde and Chestef Blondmonville.
who is the honorary member of
the Club. .,
Trooa 7, Paraso
The off icera of the Troon Com
mittee of the lnternati6nal Boy
Scouts Troop No. 7, of Paraiso,
Canal zone, are invited to a
committee meeting tomorrow at
the Paraiso Boy scout snacs at
ONLY PUCE NTH 90
'SS' Fori Customllntw
Low mUeage ......... 81 8ob
'54 Chevrolet Sedan-
Best boy iv.hr.;.; 13M.M
5S Fontiac Catalina, Hard
Ton. DatT naid. one
'58 Rambler Convertible,
Dntvnaid. new white
walls ; 975.00
'53 Chevrolet, Bel Air,
like new I......"......; 1230.00
'51 Austin. A-30 Sedan.
a dream $95.00
'5z Ford Consul. Sedan
Duty paid, new paint . 695.00
We are not
Tivoll crossing Tel. 2-422?
c We, riNAXCE
ATTENTION 8, LI 4ut ku.lt
eoodore furaitbed Of otewnts, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold Vte
Pbooe PeoMee 3-4941.
, FOR RENT r Modern efficiency
apartment. Sieve, refrigerator,
bet water, air-conditioned. Cam
po Alegre, Phone after 6 .p.m.
FOR RENT. Moder furnished
apartmtnt, screened, military in inspected,
spected, inspected, one and two bedrooms.
' 5 minutes walk from Zone.' Cell
FOR RENT Nice furnished a a-peftmont.
peftmont. a-peftmont. for eouple or omalt
family. Via Brajil ft: 121. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-1374.
FOR RENT) Freshly painted
bedroom, living room. dinette.
fcitrkaa. IJI -.II.
Darlen Ne. 14.21, next street
from 4th July Avenue.
FOR RtNTh- Furnished or un-
furnished one-bedroom modern
apartment, garage. 161 Via Be.
. lisarie Perras. , ..r..
FOR RNT: 2-bedroem apart,
ment with all conveniences,
beautiful residential sector.
Screened, hot water, etc. Call
2-3397 or 3-6807.
FOR RENT: Completely fur.
Risked apartment, air-conditioned,
television, $200 monthly.
Phone 3-2171; Tuesday through
" Thursday, i .'
FOR RENT: Furnished I -bedroom
modern apartment, garage.
I6 Via Beliiarie Perras.
FOR RENTi Two-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, Ave. 6a. Peru;
No. 58-18. Information: Apts.
I or 6.
4TH OF JULY AVE.
Air Conditioned 1
Maid Service -Pullman
Hot and Cold Water
or visit pramisas, -.
4 Gunmen Raid
Free 2 Prisoners (
NICOSIA, Cyprus, Aug-. 16
(UP) Four funmen raided the
Nicosia hospital today '.and
freed two prisoners under con
viction for underground activir
UeS. V '-'.-;-
The men held the hospital
staff at bay and liberated Argy Argy-ros
ros Argy-ros Karadimas, 35, a Greek boat boatman
man boatman serving a six-year term for
running dynamite, and Cyprlot
The hospital stan maaa no re
slstance. The hospital is guard
ed by 15 armed police,
nut nrltlsh arrested Karadl
mas In January 1954. They said
ne was one oi tne iounaers oi
the EOKA unuergrouna.
See The World
Aided By School
CARBONDAIE, TIL -CUP) -I
Southern Illinois University
stretched U "campus" from ex
ico to Europe for summer school
students this year,
Nearly 8,000 students registered
for summer courses and most are
studying at the regular campus
her. But two groups went to Mex
ico to study language and anthro
pology, bpeecn students are
operating a summer theater at
Branson, Mo., and geography stu
dents have a nine-day tour ef
ul'wois on tap. j
Tut eroup stretching the cam
nus to Europe is tourinjr 10 coun.
tries In nine weeks and earning
geoTaphy Has credit.
Other SIU traveling students
make up a Journalism class takinp
a boat trip down the Mississinni
River from St. Louis te New Or
leans, writing newspaper and
.magazine articles along the way.
JfOB RENT: Choice Canal va vacation
cation vacation quarters, 5 months, com com-pletely
pletely com-pletely furnished, cote : view,
2-3646. : :
f0 RENTt- Cbalet, screened
and' fenced, independent living
room, fining room, 2 bedrooms,
kitchen, wash tubs, clothes lines.
8th Street, Poitillj. Phone Pen Pen-em
em Pen-em 3-3948.
FOR RENT f U R N IS H I D
ROOM. BELLA VISTA, FACING
STREET. SEPARATE ENTRANCE.
PREFER ABLY GENTLEMAN.
WANTED.- American to man man's
's man's the Chicago Bar on Central
Avenue and K Street. For infor information
mation information inquire Agencies Trveli,
"Camera do ComerciV Building.
WOMEN: played a vital role In
Jackson, tratfic control leader,
MRS. NELLIE STONE, seen here with Lt Ponald R. Martin,
waa In close contract with, the Control Point Operations Of.
v ficer. In the Disaster Control exercise "Operation Alert" at
Fort Kobbe,"- Monday. In other words, she told -Lt. Martin ;
which women were available a to aid In the operation.. (UJS.
"Army Photo)." ' ;
E3 Cf T)' RF Jet Intakes 6f thtrt Gloster .Javelin Mark I fighters resemble huee-r
;''ie eyes as the EoialJUrTorcejgelUijygdcrnXt.cruiae-Over
Yisrt "El Velle" Country Club,
Cool climate, new administra administration,
tion, administration, swimming peel, bersebock
Spend your week ends at Re
Mar. the best bathing kaicb in
the Republic with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The
new management is anxious to
' serve pee.
- BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Gla Glabra.
bra. Glabra. Jbrepnel't comfortable houses."
Phone Thompson Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES end Urge
beach house. One mile patt Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phaua Balboa 1866.
Baldwin's ; furnished apartments
at vSenta Clara Beech. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono Smith, Belboa 3481.
PNIUIPS Oteans.de Cattsooe,
Santa Clara. Bex 435, Bolbeov
Pbeae Panama I-I377. Crtsro-
WANTED ; Maid, hard wortor,
live in, 4 children. Saturday off.
this week's Civil pefense test at Fort Kobhe. Here Mrs; Marge
keeps vehicles moving to prseent traffic tie-ups. (OA Army
- .- ; ...
Piiaiioianitimnnti se-MieiniaeiiMn aenhxejeaeiaeiti iM"" rastmesni
DCRESE WAITES SCHOOL OF
DANCING reopening September
4th. Registration August 30th.
list 10;00 to 5:00; Septem September
ber September 1st 9:00 to 12:00. Columr.
but Cub. (upstairs). Residence)
FOR RENT: Chicago Bar bus). .
ness. Ineuire Agencies Tivoli, i.
"Camera de Comerclo" Building. .'
Phona 3-6118. ; .
FOR RENT-Office space 102
eg. maters, air-condition and
janitor service included. Apply
to Continental. Shipping Cera
next te Raymond Clinic.
FOR SALE; Cuthman motor
scooter, very good condition. Call
Balboa 2-3686 anytime.
Mr, Sd:ly Ativijss -Pctrcnls
R!Js Al!d Sifcly
LTOVERSiTY P A B K V
(UP) "Mr.: Safety'! of Peim
Mate said every child should be
aware of safe driving as early as
- Anos. E.a Nevhart. adminUlra-
tive head of the Institute of Puho
lie Safety at the Pennsylvania
State University, said the safev
driving consciousness should bt
preceded by parental example.
Nevhart whn innrTurtMil h first
high school driver education class
more man m years ago, said adult
behavior attitudes 'are formed in
childhood: He suggested that
traffic safety lessons be 1 started i
during the kindergarten period. v
- "When we take our youngsters -for,
a ride, do we loudly and dis disrespectfully
respectfully disrespectfully criticise! other
driver?" Neyhart asked.
Remember there are two Utile
ears listening and two little eves
looking. Those early impressions
art important." .
Neyhart singled out for praise
the school safety patrol system
not only as a protective agency
but also as a center foreducation.
Until an accurate seagoing clock,
or chronometer, was perfected in
England in 1735, navigators had
no reliable way of determining -longitudei
On voyages beyond
sight of land, ships customarily
sailed north or south until they -reached
the latitude of their de
tination, then cast or west until
landfall was made, the National
Geographic Society says.
irrr.-r.iT, ArcrsT is,
it'll FCHii.1 ii
TOR I, A
TEE SEVEN LITTLE
Italian Program! -LA
MCJER DEL RIO
- Also: -EL'TLTTMO
AN I S H IN
"Could you use a flooor sweeper?" j
: V l: I
i I 1 1.
C Jm kf 1 L 1 A
He's back tain with the fury
of me West in
in Technicolor I
And A!an Ladd, Edward O.
Robinson and Joan Dru in a
picture you cn't miss
i it, ,,v i -"tfo my
Prohibited for Minors
DOS n'ochfs con
, with Sophia Lorcn
with S. Pampaninl.
ROPE OF. SAND
HOLLYWOOD (NfiA) On Onstage,
stage, Onstage, Offstage and Upstaw
"Marty" COULD come back, 1 he
star, Ernest Borgnine, and ,Bun
Lancaster's independent company
which made the Oscar winner,
have shrugged off a
impossible" on the theory that
the film's charm couldn t oe re-
CaButreMarty,t girl, Betsy Blair,
disagrees with them.
"I believe the enaraciera cuum
be just as charming in a sequel,
she told me,; "IF the, tory was
.. oanA But Im afraid
everyone connected with th pic picture
ture picture feeli it was one of those sheer
- luck things mai euumuv
' it's another unhappy, flisap flisap-.
. flisap-. if-j mi for Betsy in
where the typa-castmg endi.
. n'ver Ward
,ieaia;tn'v Josenh Cotten'a
father in the movie are justified
Ward's only three year, olde
than Joe and even ( v, r
C"SU thr-t If.not.nty
ur story." ... j.. j. a.
Esther wiiii.m """"i Tiv
lighting the British,, too Rntly
Esther agreed to be guest of honor
at a Varietv Cluh llincheor i at the
Savoy Hotel In
rive'd 41 minutes We
kiddies-Benue, sevw; Hmmie, a
eX' ? Si?
j n.n-.i.' toom
r...:. buKHts tO tO
to oxew me '"
cntt hved in Mt
foVe' her sight "vl inf:
F8rt thlt Vel K eyes. Liz
SSto5S h i. darkened room
for several weeks.
his writer: "What th It script
really needs is a good five-ceot
Hollywood's Miss ''Over Ex-
posed'VCleo Moore gp good
exposure to tne ages ormtrie
audiences on a cross-country
personal appearance tour for the
film and she's convinced: "Movies
will have to be made for young
people from now on. They are the
only ones in theaters. Their Tar
ents are home watching tele
vision. ; v..
Cleo hopes to star In a comedy
strip she owns: "The kids want to
laugh to forget their problems
Those vivacious strawberry
blond Volkman- twins C.ryl
nd Susan make th.ir film
d.but in U-I's "Crasy L.vo
Thoir topper to the "hownio-wo-
'lfs easy," says one
ether. "One of us has on
A survey made in 'the North
Central states indicates farm
homemakers canned or froze, an
average of 751 pounds of food in
1951, the North Dakota Agncui
tural College reported. , ;
Fej ffeaj ok SMpillHssI
, John Ireland, In
Randolph Scott, In
In TECHNICOLOR f
. t no .-nil ill k
on tne r.-
: NOT IN
Bf210in: whit Wpily married
occasionally. ; ...
ta tint T VWOOD
ested in co-srru.8 J.v- -----
George Sanders 8'". nd
dropping the news that she ana
Mr. Cynical wiU co-star in lau
Darn aians."- coders
says, but I will
a nut ud
probably have to jm p -s
money. H I'm ouoted on that he u
sJKrfi Viveca Llndfors playing
htlf breed Indian doll ttom Mjn-
nay minnesoi, ;.-
Swedish girls hummed "1 Wanna
Get Married'; to local Indian
braves and did.
Rito Hywrth HAS ehar-std-Director
Beb P.rrUh reports from
London tht Rita wss roadmf th.
Msrllyn Monro b..d.m.e in a
British n.wp.ptr fctwon sc.n.s
of "Fife Down Itlow," on Iocs Iocs-tion
tion Iocs-tion th.ro. ,
"What do you think of them?
"Marilyn can have them, re replied
plied replied Rita. "I've had enough.
From now on the .only headlines
I want are on my acting."
The Witnot: Mary1 Arnold over over-heard
heard over-heard t quickie producer telling
810 kcs., Ptnaraa Gty
Today, Tbursday, Aug. II
T3. . - ..-
4:00 Feature Rerlew
4:30 What's Your rayorlte (re.
. cuestt '-, taken by phone
S:85-What's Yodr F o 1 1 1
6: DO Allen jtckten CommeU'
: tar . '.
l:15-BLJE RffiBON SPORTS
RE VIEW (Pabst Beer)
:30 Here'e To veteran
6:45 Cooperative Hour v
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report From VS.
8:30 Take It From Here
i:oo You Asked For It (re-
i ejuesta taken by phone
v till 7:30) ;
10 :30-Muslc Front Hotel II pan-
16:45 Temnle Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
Tomorrow, Friday,' Aov 11
8:00 Slen On'- Alarm Clock
Club (request taken
by nhone. uu 7:00)
s7:30 Mornlrur fialon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wlldwood
J: 00 News
8:15 sacred Heart
8:30 Paris Star Time'
10:00WENNIFER'S JOU R N A I
. (Cut ex and.Qdorono)
10:05 Spins and Needle (re-
. ; Quests 4 V- tMen W
phone till 8:30) i i
11:00 News - x
ll;05 Spins And Needlei
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:30-Sweet And Hot -1:00
1:15 Music Of Manhattans
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Songs of France -2:00
Tex Beneke Show v v-2:15
2:15 v-2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians
3:00 Hank S n o w And HU
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kayo Show
3:30 Music For Friday v
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requeststaken
queststaken (requeststaken by phone
- till 3:00)-
5:35 What's Your F t T 0 M t e
8:00 Allen" Jackson commen,-
6:15 RirroN srr"::s
' RUiEW .(Pabst PptO
6:3te-Your Dancing Pa i ty
CALE (Nescafe) ,,
,7:00Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report Front VSX
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re-
quests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
t NON-TAXABLE INCOME-Paul Ostrof, nine, wrote a letter,
to Illinois governor William Stratton enclosing his sales tax
payment of four cents on bis gross earnings of $1.20 Paul,
from Chicago, explained in his letter that he ha" a profitable
monopoly on shining shoes around the Ostrof household, and
. figured he owed the state some money. Revenue officials ruled
t Paul's income non-taxable and returned the four cents.
' LAS. VEGAS, Nev Aug.v16 (UP)
Francis X. Bushman, 73, the
first "great lover" of the- silent
screen; was married here yester yesterday
day yesterday for the fourth time, taking as
his bride a neighbor be met only
three months ago.-
Bushman and Mrs. Charles W.
Richardson, 53, were married in
a ceremony taking out a minute
and a half by District Judge
Frank McNamee. It was the third
marriage for Mrs. Richardson.
The onetime matinee idol and
Mrs. Richardson flew here from
Hollywood for the ceremony and
after a two-day honeymoon tney
will ily back.
Rex Bell, former cowboy actor
and husband of silent screen star
Clara Bow, was best man. Bell is
lieutenant governor of Nevada
Mimi Mario, social director at a
resort hotel here, was maid of
Bushman said he and Mrs. Rich
ardson discovered they had a com
mon interest in rose gardening
and their acquaintance quickly rip
ened .into a romance.
The actor's third wife, the
former Norma Atkins, died last
Feh.. 24. They had been, married
24 years. Bushman is a great
grandfather while ,JIrs. .Richard
son has a .son,. Lt. Col. Lee Rich
ardson, stationed in Korea.
"ELEMENTARY, MY DEAR WATSON!' The gent at thef
right might be Sherlock Holmes astounding the good doctor
with his deduction that the presence of a giant firecracker in-f
dlcates the Fourth of July Is immlment Or he might bo English'
screen star Alec Guinness with a sinister accomplice, concocting
an infernal machine for one of his comedy-dramas of the the-,
, the-, underworld. Actually, he is David James Hurdidge. a Welsh
Instructor for the International Labor organization. He's show-l
tag a Yugoslav steel worker how to determine the density of'
nux during galvanizing at steel plant at Smerderevo, Serbia.'
WILLIAM WYLER'S 1
Cow issb gpoaj gMPpasi
vii's.oi4l tit -, 1 i
V?T V "Piff
GARY COCPE3 '
in CecU B. DeMille's
rrc:i F;:i 0v:rd:s3
MIAMI EEAQI, Aug. 16 (UPV-
croad-mouthed comedienne Mar Martha
tha Martha Raye began a slow recti erv
yesterday from an overdose ofi
sleeping pius. 'w ; I
Physicians reported the enter-'
tainer's condition as "satisfactory
she is slightly improved and rest resting
ing resting comfortably."
Miss Raye, 39, screen, television
ana night cluh star, was rushed to
St. 'Francis Hospital Tuesday aft
er a mam founl her limp form be
sma an empty oouie oi sleeping
pills in her Alton road home.
Her physician. Dr. Raton Rnh.
bins, pun,ped out her stomach and
praced her under an oxygen tent,
wnere sue remained in a coma
for more than 12 hours. ....
Miss Raye was vacationing here
aner closing an engagement at a
Miami Beach mgnt club Au& 4
She is also seeking a Florida di
,vorce from her' fifth husband,
dancer E jpegiey.
PeV 'MANAGER Ratael;
Gonzales, above, young Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian salesman w'th wide,,
experience in the sale of elec-
trical appliances, has been ap-
pointed manager of the new;.
Econogas branch, atore on Tto-"
' : oli Ate. A (mercttrlo)
V ti f ;
BERLIN, Aug. 18 (UP) -Bert
Brecht, author of "Three Penny
Opera" and considered one of Ger Germany's
many's Germany's greatest writers, tiled last
night of heart, attack. He was
Brecht was a Communist who
won the Stalin peace prize' in 1954
But his .writing flourished only in
pre war Germany and while he
was abroad. t t
He achieved world fame In 1928
when he wrote the book for
"Three Penny Opera," to which
Kurt Weill wrote the music, The
musical has been revived as a hit
in recent years.
Fiery Cross Curtis
In Front Of lice's
DENISON, Texas, Aug. Mf (UP)
A cross was burned Tuesday
night in front of lite birthplace of
President Eisenhower. Police said
yesterday they believed Vpa'ahks Vpa'ahks-ters"
ters" Vpa'ahks-ters" were responsible.
The cross,' about three feet high
was found burning about 10'30
p.m. by a neighbor woman, who
notified authorities. Police said no
one had been seen in the area just
before it was ignited.
The cross was planted just out
side the fence which sui rounds
the Eisenhower birthplace, a two-
story -Aome- that has been-Temod
eled to be headquarters for i
small park. : ;
Ho one lives in the house at
present. The President was born
there while his father worked for
the railroad. The family moved
to Kansas soon after his birth,
Diqmantes Club ;
To Hold Dance
On Labor Day
The Diamames Club of Santa
Cruz will hold a "Labor Day Hop'
in honor of Colon Councilman Cla
rence McAllister.rThe dance will
be held at the Santa Cruz Service
Center, on Sept. 3, rrom 6 p.ra
until 2 a.m. v
Music for the dance will be phv
ed by Emilio Sempris and i his
"Rumba Casino" orchestra.
pnins in CAcr:
r n runf
f ll 1 fi flf 1 w' y
S Poles Arrested
In East Berlin
For Poznan Riots
"BERLIN, Aug. 16 (UP) East
German police have arrested and
returneC to Poland eight Poles
wanted in connection with the
June 28 Poznan riots, the West
Berlin newspaper Telegraf report reported
ed reported jestreday.
The newspaper said the Poles
were seized on the border near
Angermuende after the Polish gov government
ernment government informed the Soviet zone
authorities that a large number of
Ples involved in the Pozuan riots
had escaped arrest and made their
way into East Germany.;
Ecsst German Farm
Aui 16 (P):- The
SFRVICE CENTER 1
BALBOA 6:15 & 7:55
Story of a soldior-of-fortune
and a stolea tore I
Vmui wbi in
'Good Morning, Miss Dove'
DIABLO 6:15 8s 7:55
Robert Mltchum ,' -Jean
Simmons ; -"Angel
, 4 '..
GATUN liOO" ' "'
Mark Stevens v '
"Timetable" '. V 1
Tomorrow'- 1 '
"The Court Martial of v
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MARGARITA 8:15 ft 7:50
Lex" Barker ,'
"Tarzan and the She-Devil",
CRISTOBAL 8:15 ft 8:0$
Lucille Ball -Deal
"The Long, Long Trailer"
"Us Vegas Story"
"Joan of Paris"-
"The lusty Men"
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' THI CRITERION OP COOC TA8TB J. V,
1 i' THE WORLD OVER. f
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LAVfNDC ft OA. TALC.. TM SALT.
sustino powoen and oriixiantincO :
VARDLCY OLD BONO, STREET LONOOMrl
-r I. -v m Out scpi m, .1
""mm in your binoj
" Hit'"-". f o.i kul.
T l.mei tr Filters. If pom,,,,, n th
J ir I dr n you u(Tr
If .ttlr- I 9 N fhll, Nrvoi!inir
hft I !, Cir t,rio-r t et, J-c.k.
fire. Arhinf Joint!, Acidity or burn.
In du to th nd of a
Siure s atimulAnt, try Crt. C!n
ut p. onfi acidi by .t; Cyaitv,
dl- iC iirm i f..f I.. .,jnvi which
oth- anil c". Irritaiiona in Bll
4tr 4 urinarv a yatam. Cytt
fliv-ou rotnnit aatljfaction and
th Biarttcina yu pd. Ask
ut rtiist lor Cyttta touay.
Neues Deutschland said yesterday
that East Germany's farm harvest
was lagging seriously with the de delay
lay delay ranging up to two weeks in
some places. .
The Communists said bad weath weather
er weather was partly to olame. But t h e
newspaper said that the main guilt;
.ueiongs to weal government and :
party leaders who were no di-'i
reeling the harvest properly.
I Western officials believed, how how-.
. how-. ever, that the farmers were dcli-i
berately holding back besause of
Idissatkfaltion with the Red re-,
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Shnws: 1:15 3:10 5:05 7:00 0:55 o.m. fl.75 M0
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SOMETHING'S WRONG HERE This is supposed to be a piece of road "building"
I equipment, but it-went out of control and knocked out a -support from under a' :
I bridge over the Los Angeles river in Compton, CaUt No one was reported injured.
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ONE, tO GROW ON Child star Natalie Wood is no
longer a rhild as fejlow actor Tab Hunter gives her a
birthday spanking on Hollywood set. She's now 18.
FROM. IOWA'S MGHIANQSV-Mayor Robert Wagner' holds up, a drum majo'r's
mace and prepares to strike a downbeat. for, the. Scottish Highlanders on the steps'.
I of New York's City hall. The 73 kilted lassies, from University of Iowa are on tour.
WRONG WAY MAGIC CARPET-r-Tired of "floating" through i he air, the intrepid ,
. sheiH, Ricou Browning, took his favorite harem, giti Jan.Be.eks, for a magic rid
under.th crystal waters at Florida's Silyer SpringSi vflt'was-quite a damp .trip.;
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. v- f lujcwi iHugoa is .uvtng example oi inenanjiess between : cido. now that, they're back home, the stateside Scouts are enter- -"Scouts'
in the United States -and Puerto Rico. Thirty-sixvScouts- from taining.19 fellow Scouts from Puerto Rico.' The New York-New Jer-" '
; New York and New Jersey recently spept two weeks in Puerto Rico, a sey boys like .one thing in particular about Puerto Rico. As one lad'. '
hiking at Guajataca,- picnicking at Luquillo beach and living as put in'Those guys have the beaches right at their own front door '
.At end of the slay, Von Cre'shfon wrifei a latter home.
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. Bob Cole ef Corning, N. Y, gives krtoMying k'n to tut, nd Frank Ca neppa. A picnic at luquillo beach bring, out Mk Sp'uto pick, their way pcross Curjafaca rim.jW
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"DAT, AFGtST 13. VZS
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Box 134, Pan.
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NEARLY 126a MIDSHIPMEN passed through reception lines of members of the tfavy Offi-
cers' Wives Clubs like the one above and ?'tea danced" with lovely young ladies" of Panama
and- the Canal Zone during their recent visit to the Isthmus as part of Cruise "Charlie." In.
the receiving line from left to right are Mrs. J. E. Johnson, Mrs. J. K. Batcheller and Mrs."
w. H. Fritch; all Navy Officers' Wives.: -' r. ' Official Foto US Naty)
i EXTENSIVE SOCIAL PROGRAM PLANNED- FOR '.-,- r
VI REUNION OF INTER-AMERICAN CONFERENCE .i
OF MUNICIPAUTIES PELEGATES v, j v ... ...
Ati expensive .program of social events has been planned
i for delegates to the VI Reunion of the Inter-American Con
fcrence of Municipalities which will be Inaugurated 1y Fan-.:
ama's President, Ricardo Arias on Saturday in the Auditorium
'I.' of .the University 'of Panama, ... ,;:;; J "r ': .'
Delegates will be given' a cock cocktail
tail cocktail parly at the- Salon Balboa of
El Panama-Hotel from 1 to 8 p.m.,
on Friday Aug"a7. On-Saturday,
Aug. 18 a buffet luncheon will be
tendered them by the Esso Stan Standard
dard Standard Oil Co, at the Panama Golf
Club at 1 p.m; Aug. 19, .Sunday,
delegates will be entertained with
a"Noche Puertorriqueno" by Mrs.
Felisa Rincon de Gutier,Admin-
, istrator of the cUy of .San Juan
Bautista, at the Salon Balboa, of
the tEl-fanama ,:Hotel.
- A buffet luncheon will be tender tendered
ed tendered them af the v Presidential Pa Palace
lace Palace by Panama' President Ri-
eardo Arias on Monday, Aug. 20
30 p.m. ana on me evening
same day at 8:30 a ;Noche
i mica wur De ottered mem at me
Union Club by the Municipality of
Panama and the organizing torn
mittee of the VI 'Reunion. ..'
i The. delegates will make an' ex
cursion by tram to Colon on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 21, where aft
er visiting Colon's v Free Zone,
they will be tendered a banquet
by The Chief of the Tree Zone,
Manuel Everardo Duque.
On Wednesday, Aug. 22 at 12:30
p.m., the' delegates will sit down
to a luncheon hosted by the Cia.
Panamana de Fuerza y Lue, at
the Salon Balboa- of the Kl Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel. '-
Social- activities t for the dcle dcle-will
will dcle-will terminate with a buffet lunch luncheon
eon luncheon at the El Panama Hotel on
Thursday, Aug. 23 at 12:30 p.m.
Cockail Party For
, Important Vistors
Colonel- and :Mrs
Bruca of HerricK Heights had a
few of their friends in to cocktai'.s
on Tuesday evening to meet U.S.
Under Secretary of the A I m y,
George H. Roderick and Mrs. Rod Rod-crick,
crick, Rod-crick, and Majic General Silas B.
M-iv .!iip.nn Cenrral at the U.S.
Aiiny, who will remain on t n
, Isthmus until Sunday.
ipients of farewell gifts. A gift of
appreciation was ; presented to
Mrs. C. G. Hodsfort for he? servic
es as past-president of the club
New. members present, were Mrs.
Myra Woods and Mrs.- Arlene
Martin; "Refreshments' were serv
ed. -' :'--.:! i,:;
Mitt Barbara Polacek
To Visit The Hart
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hart,' of
Balboa, win have "Misf Barbara
Polacek" as their house guest for
two weeks. Miss Polacek who ar arrives
rives arrives on Thursday morning, is a
Biology teacher at the State Uni
versity of New. York 'Teachers
College af FTedoiiiar'f'JewYork.
Sh? will be visiting the Harts, un
til SepL i, wnen she plans to sail
on a ship of the Panama Lin for
herJiome m. Fredomai on ner re
turn trij she wiU' be accompanied
by Miss Edna Hart who is attend-;
ing ''.college, at Frcdonia. t ;
Wtlcomt Coffae '
,Mr. Ferdinand J. Tate was wel
rnmerl with a morning coffee re
centlv bv the IAGS Officers' Wives
Coffee Club. Mrs, Tate is pie wife
of the Director, of IAGS, who has
hiit .arrived on the Isthmus
About 25 Club members attend-,
Dedication f Nathaniel J
Post NJr 6hw '----,--'
At 3 p.m. last Saturday. Natha Nathaniel
niel Nathaniel J. Owen Post- No 3, Gatun
Charles" O.l dedicated 'their new : home ana
club house. Principal speaaer was
Past Department Commander Er Ernest'
nest' Ernest' L. Slocom. The dedication
w as made by Department Com Commander
mander Commander John W. O'Connell with
Post Commander, Francis Meyers
Iak Mtica fn Incluii hi ikb
ctlumii thevM k tukmittta' ; M
tTt-writ(s trm in mtihi t an
t th ka nmnktrt liit4 ilr in.
"Utiai m4 Othrnt," r 4lirr 4lirr-4
4 4lirr-4 k km t lh Hic. NotkM f
aiMtinas HW kt icciptf 4 kf kf-tplcphsnt.
tplcphsnt. kf-tplcphsnt. 4
(tamp Collectors Mtetlm
Stamp collectors and anyone in interested
terested interested in collecting stamps are
invited to attena a meeting Tue;
day evening, Aug. 22, a 7 p.m. at
the Fort Clatyon Special Service
The meeting is for the purpose was withdrawn.
of organizing a stamp club for per- home could be
By MRS. MURIIL LAWRENCE
SOME years ago my daughter
met a stray puppy. The dog sought
ner out from among a group ofL
wum luuuren,- evuKing a sense 01 m
responsiDiity for him. On a police policeman's
man's policeman's direction, she took him to
our !ocal SPCA to await claim by
his owner. That night to th ine inevitable
vitable inevitable questional said.-"No I
haven't time to look after him
for you. So- you better-start look looking
ing looking around for another home for
She located one.
But at the week's end, the offer
may he to acquire the pet as a
family possesion and' avoid a a-rousing
rousing a-rousing expectations that can't be
Co. Bruce, is Director or tno neneaicuon oy ruoi
ifp.ifh Riireau nf th. Panama Ca-' ert R Arnold. buffet dinner was
iNathame J.: Owen Post No. J
plan the addition of a kitchen to
weir !new nome in tne near iu
turt. Social members, sr eligible
and welcoma for membership in
He Club and it is hoped that this
Club will fulfill a necdef outlet
AWC Events '.. ';'''.' ..'
On Thursday' Aug:1 23 at 2:30,
p.m..a -general assei):Wy wlll.be
"ueid at the Union Club.. This will!
fo.'tow a luncheon for the Honora Honorary
ry Honorary Vice Presidents whic'i will take
place at 12:30 p.m.' Any members
or committees which,- cave busi business
ness business to be brought up must no notify
tify notify the office in writinj; by Aug.
20 in order to be include int he A A-genda.
genda. A-genda. For .reservations .call Mrs.
E. Heurtematte 3-0560; .
- This year, emphasis is being plac placed
ed placed on Panamanian customs and
culture. A class teaching, native
dances has just ended and anoth another
er another wie'wilf begin as soon as reg
istration are: completed. Included
in these classes will be folk danc
es from many, Latin American
countries; Courses are- also being
given in "pollera" making, Span
ish. English and-Italian. Mrs. Mel-
lander, Chairman, tan give more
det tiled information on t h e s e
classes. Contact her at Balboa
1852. Tomorrow a" tour will be
made to the Presidencia, Salon Bo-
Uvariano and' the National Mu
seum. Members will meet in -the
office at the Tiwh at 9 a.m.
The Cooking Committee sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored a luncheon rerently at the Pa
nama Golf Club featuring typical
nativ dishes: Table decorations
were mace of local vegetables ar
ranged as centerpieces 50. mem
ocrs auenaea. ? ,-. ih-.-.h
The cooking group under the Ai
rectton of Mrs. Tere- Burrell is
preparing a new Cook Book. They
would -like to have members send
ADD SOCIALS VERNITO
in any special recipes from differ
ent countries. a -At
the Board meeting on Aug.
8 a scholarship' in Social Service
at the Panama University was ap
proved. U Will be awarded to the
most proficient Social Service stu
dent at the completion of one
year's work. The cholarship will
cover the next four years. Choice
sonnel at Fort Amador. Afbrook came to stav at ours
Air Force Base, Fort Clayton and I When he arrived, he was a very!
Fort Kobbe. Officers will be elect- sick dog. He was also a very en-1
ed at the first meet;n. dearing one. On the evening of the
For further information c a It, third day. he eame over to me. I
Sergeant Mason at 17-5117: after crawled up on my lap, closed hisJF
5 p.m. eyej ana went w sleep.
- "' LAltl wnen to new owner we
" hid found for him rim tn ilriv
tor of the Guide Book which will him home, my child endured the
uc puuusueu uus jer. ine cw- oraeai of goodoy witft astonuhing
peration of aU members is asked, poise. When I mentioned it. she
in this undertaking. Any informa- said. "If we had keot Riffv. he
ton on materai that can be used would have been your dog, Moth-
oiiuum ic Bcii w uiv unite. . iic u uivo guuen u&e jvu
The Membership Committee better than me because you look-
wishes to remind the members ed after him whue I was away at
that the dues for 1956-57 are due. school all day." -'
Recently in this column I sug suggested
gested suggested that if children cannot take
the major responsibility for pets,
they should not be given them. A
reader finds this a "cold-blooded"
attitude. ? '-
I think it only seems so. ;
Actually, it is Impossible to
"give" child a pet he doesn't look
after. For it can become his only
as the animal learns to count on
him for food, discipline, protection,
Suriing. If the child cannot render
le pet these services, he loses
it to the adult who can. ,
He is denrived of his kitten nr
dog, not through physical separa-i
uou dui mrougn auenauon oi loyal loyalty
ty loyalty promised to him-rand which he
cannot earn. -.
This kind of separation can be
a hurtful experience.
It's not easy fo be told the new
puppy is yours and watch it
licking1 the hand of the parent
who's fed it. Your expectations of
first loyalty- are crushed. Y our
joy in the puppy begins to give
way to the resentful feeling, '"My
parent i more attractive and Jov
aoie man i am.
. So if we- have a youngster who
cannot look after a pet, it's not
necessarily kind to pretend he can
by calling it "his." The kind thing;
'. ''.: f ' .. .
PANAMA"- :teL X-2S
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COCKROACHES, ants, bugs,
and ailverfish are the most
difficult household pests to con control.
trol. control. Now you can kill these pests
with Johnston's No-Roach.
No-Roach is a white viscous
substance which you apply with
a brush. Within minutes it dries
to form a colourless, odourless
contact insecticide, that stays
effective for months.
wemoers attending were
Chans Of Ridnct
. Dr. and Mrs. Harmouio t Arias,
Jr. have moved to El Cangrcjo, Ca-'
lie D. No. 50 :where they will be
at home to their friends. Their
new phone number is 7011. j
To Vacation In 'Europe I
Mr. Gilbert Maunier., Secretary
Of the French' Embassy; wiJ leave
today for a yacation trip. -to be
apent in Europe.'" .- "y? j
Ltv For Caracas -.
, Mrs. Esteban Chalbaud ne Car Car-dona,
dona, Car-dona, wife Of the Venezuelan Am
bassador left yesteraay iot ..!--ess
accompanied by her son Es-
tcban. Jr.. for 'a visit m me vene
luelan Capital, with family
Dance music was furnished of student will be made by mem-
from 8 p.m. until mianignt ana Ders vi uie ivuuj v uxz vm vm-.u.cnt
.u.cnt vm-.u.cnt tim was enioved by alL sity.
" (...'. I UaIaii Chilli liratt ttnnAintff mAi.
Sporta Shirt Dance
The Fort Amador Officers Open
Mess will hold a Sports Shirt
Dance on Saturday, Aug. 18. Due
to unforeseen circumstances Lucho
Aziarraga's Orchestra will be un
able to play for the dance as ore-l
Fort Golick NCO Wives'
Club Holds Mteting
The Fort Gulick NCO Wives'
Club held their regular monthly
business meeting one evening re
cently, in tne Bamboo Room of the
Club, with Mrs. Connie Hosking,
Vice President,, presiding in the
absence of Mrs .,. Nancy Johnsor,
President.. ?- -,m-J-..:;. ri '.-
. Mrs. Hosking welcomed t h r e e
new members: Mrs. Betty Tovn-
sena. Mrs. jutnenne .Killin.and
and Mrs. Deweli'a Pryor. Guest lor
the evening was Mrs. Doru Man-
Sim.-' -; if ?r
Mesdsmes Marilyn Colburn. Pes-
gy Duncan, Janis Finnegan, Lola
Benero. Candy Gardner Uessie
Hess, Cmuie Hosking, Geneva Ma Mason,
son, Mason, Gilberts Brown, Rita Gomez,
Lee Hunter, Ruth Mangen, Carol
Milnek Mae Pelkey, Louise San
derson, Ursula Spence, Joanna
York, Frances Gilbert, Connie
Jones, and Alice Stachowiak
7 The members took this opportu opportunity,
nity, opportunity, to, .bid fareweli to pn jf. its
members, Mrs. Jean Steffens, who
sailed ior tne Ma'.et on Aug. 13
Mrs, Steffens was presented with
a linen tabieciotn.
The White Elephant was won by
Mrs. Gilberts Brown. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments were served by hostesses
Geneva Masonr Candy Gardner
and Connie Hoskmg. v t
Beta Sigma Phi Coffee
A Beta Sigma Phi coffee -party
was held at the home of Mrs.
Jean' Judge in 'Margarita. ? Mrs.
Jean Judge assisted by Barbara
Egolf served coffee, ,
Those who1 attended were Uti.
Kay Kontz, Mrs. Glenna Thomas,
Misi Nancy Ramsey, Mrs. J e a n.
Judge, Mrs. L. Stroop, Miss Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Egolf, Mrs. Jean Coffee. Mrs.
Norma Duvall, Mrs. Marion
Green, Mrs. Alice McGsnn, Mrs.
Anna May Butcher, and pledges
Mrs. Kelly Vamio, Mrs. Boots Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, Mrs. Pat Briley.
' FOR THIS WEEK
A "Jus Arrived," selection
'.' lovelVcoffee, ;
L; DINNER SETS
Many, different styles; and
designs: Good for your
rhome. wonderful for
GIFTS'. No' need to tell vou
how low they've been pric priced.
ed. priced. Everyone knows our
SiwHM re Always UN-
MAKE A I TTTT F, TIME.
' Onilte the A neon P.O.
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rnitett Um ikln
NOV CUTICURA TALCUr.1
Aqto lilio Magic
. j ?v ; It,( awftesst,' finest, most delightfully
I r i fnnrrant talnimVmi rtm tniv: At thf.uirit
time it is lastingly deodorant and axrtisep axrtisep-tic.
tic. axrtisep-tic. Yea, magical C-8 (HexachjQrPpbene) I
in new CHjticura Talcum keeps the skin
fresh and sweet, relieves sunburti,' prevents
and relieves heat rashes and, other skin
irritations. Wonderful for baby and every ;
one. Buy Cuticura Talcum today.' H
i A '
Apply No -Roach to cupboard
walls, baseboards, near sink and
cabinets, oa pipes, and wherever
you see cockroaches. . ,.-
" 7 Ant
around table legs and
counter tops, across
" window tills and door
tflla, and acroM aht trails. Anls
will not crosa the coating. Pour a
few drops into ant hills; (
Brush No-Roach on bed frames,
cracks in walls, chair legs, and
eted furniture, ;.7
a4 ..... A-
Apply No-Roach to book shelves
before inserting books. Brus
wherever airvvfUh are found.
! Common Sent War
Remember, when you uae John
ston's No-Roach, you don't hav
to move dishes, poti and pans,
or breathe harmful Vapours, as
yeu must with contaminating
sprays. Apply No-Roach just
where you want it, the invisible
coating stays effective for
months. "- ...
Guard against crawling insects)
this common sense No-Roada.
way. oz, Pint,
' s BELLA VISTA COMMISSARY'
East' 46th Street or at your local Commissaries
cuicrtcri cumdo spup
,l adds a party touch
f -ax ' Nsvfe1.
eH eieeit irigty different- you'll know this with yours
very first spoonful The secret is an old and treasured
native recipe. Pieces of choice thicken meat.-, bright
j red tomatoes v'. fluffy white rice cuts' of tender
green okra -all are mingled In gbldcn-rich chicken
r 'L- -L 1 tock nd seasoned to per-
(f f 7 fection. Serve Campbell'f
I f Chicken i
i Gumbo toonit
I'm not Jtinff,
If I alt ii funt
But thank to
at Itfce on I
COOINSJO'FOI CKIATfS VAtUI
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SAN DIEGO (UP) Nine
snakes snd a pair of pumas hsvej
been given to the Moscow Zoo by
the San Diego Zoo. Zoo officials at,
Saa Diego are hoping the Rus
sians will return the favor with a
gift of animals native to that
El Panama Hotel
This Saturday the El P-"!
Hotel will hold its "Carnavaltto in
the Patio of the hotel. The festivi festivities
ties festivities will be. presided over by Her
Majesty Queen Lizzie I. and ner
Court, gowned ; in original cos costumes
tumes costumes designed by Queen JJzsw
herself. Those, who attend will ne
able to dr nee to the aHernae
strains of Clarence Martin s and
'Lucho Azctraga's Oslras.
Seventy-live dbilars worth of cred credit
it credit good at the El "Kt'
will be the prize awarded the best
, -cnmpd-eroup) or
v.. Those vino ,wi
Take up "comparsan:' are, asked
to apply to the Public- Relations
of th noici. ;
.. V 7 Wri t
' h 'V CamaWl'a
Drt CUvton NCO Wives
-M Business Meeting
The Fort Clayton NCOK Wv
Club held its month y business
Tnosdav. Mrs. o
Wnnrfs van elected as new
surer Of tnu ciuo w
... yi.Lt.. ...Sm 1 a ennn
OI Mrs. V- 1 oruuus
leaving the command. Mrs. J. i' i'-Richardson,
Richardson, i'-Richardson, Mrs. C. T. McCoy and
Urs. W. It Blackaby were the rec-
The Juke of 8 different, tardeiv
fresh vegetable ore blent led int
this famotit drink. Youngsters lov
y It lively flavor, and thrive on ita
goodnesi. At meal-
-, time or between
oieala V-8 (ivca
"- them the refresh
aaent they want,
. and the nourish-
went they need.
HM nimlaiH lar awapto a 4
i ; Is sweet and fresh
- as a daisy
y-' months and months
. .f-" ... "V J -.
' ., after it's bottled
( j ;;. .atourdairy.
No other crearr
,"'" keeps like '
because no other
crearft is sterilized
'? Besides, it whips fast,
V '.".stays whipped,
. is always healthful,
safe and delicious.
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HAVE YOU SEEM LAST WIGHT'S AD?
IF YOU HAVENT-DON'T BOTHER
COME TONiTE AND YOU1L FIND OUT 'l
EL RANCHO GARDEN
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J v More than on man hat been swept off his feet by ft i 1 ... ;, I,
; 1 : dazzling smile '.. the kind of smile Pepsodent Tooth (MX V
tV -: o . . . : ... I I .,
t PeDsodent i omit detescknt clearu teeth cleanest or I', t
any leading tooth paste, cleans evea where this topth
brush can't reach! It keeps your breath fresh, smile
' brightestl Gives you clean mouth taste for hours. y r
Use Pepsodent with dual beubgent regularly, foy
the dazzling pefsodent smjle.
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tEI PA5AMA AMERICA AN INC CP EXTENT tAILT NUT 13
CiiicinnQti baiiiooatic balaes. u.gg.'
. t r i
s JODAJ'S GAMM V
Milwaukee at St. Louis (N)
Cincinnati at Chicago
New Tork at Brooklyn t
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (71)
v YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 909 21t 1004 I
St. Louia v 001 tOO 0001 ,;' 3
Spahn (13-9) and Crandalt.
t Poholsky'(7-9), Jackson and
5 Katk. - v
(First Game 15 Innings)
f Cincinnati -
020 010 000 000 001-4 II I
2. : 109 090 ZOg 009 0003 13
Hacker, Davis, Lown, Brosnan
I (3-7), Valentinetti and Chiti.
$ (Seeond Game) :
4 (Called in sixth on account
- darkness)... ..
Cincinnati 105 100 7 7
$ Chicago Ml 1303 19 0
5 Fowler (8-10) and Burgess.
Meyer (1-5), Bug hes and Lan-
(Nht Game) . ;
00 109 0001
909 909 9099
Antonelll (11-12) and SarnL
Newcombe (18-8), Lab'na and
Wnerever4people of disfihcSbni
. meet you'll always find
To offer t fALL MALL is the highest
.. compliment you can pay.;
, token lc:;n3
J7I 10 4
.482 29 'j
Washlngt o n
Boston at New York
Detroit at Cleveland
Chicago at Kansas City
Only fames scheduled
... Y ESTERD I S RES ULT
Boston 909 901 2014 4 9
New York 909 129 39x 4
Brewer (18-5), Porterfield, De
lock and White Daley.
Ford, Byrno (7-2), Sturdivant
'- 4' ' -Ij- 1 y
Detroit 909 908 0101 9,3
Cleveland 909 900 0099 C 9
Lary (12-12) and House.
. Lemon (15-19) and Narafon.
Chicago 309 109 321 19 15 1
K. City 900 909 900 9 2
Donovan (7-8) and Lollar. ..
Burnette (2-5).- McM a h an.
Horriafe and Thompson, Moss.
(Nirht Game 12 Inn'nrs)
Wash. -901 099 919 9002 7 -1
Baltl, 909 902 909 9013 7 J
PascuaL Byerly (1-3) and Ber
beret. FitsGerald. .
Fornleles. Wirht (7-10) and
Triandos, Gastall. T f
Pittsburgh 99 909 9415 12 9
Philadelphia 900 919 9001 S .' 9
une (19-13) and Foilea. ,.,v.
Meyer (7-8). R. Miller. Flow
ers and Lopafa.', ' :
. 75 38
. S2 49
. 45 S
. 37 74
At the rolf eourw or ittbe ytcht r?;"1
club ditinEuished people alwaya "T ;"
mokoTALL MALLS..,, ; '
PALL MALLS art ma3e of the
world'8 flast tobteeog epciaily : -blended
tor people whose ;
' good tut demandi the best ; I t
PALL HALL'S longer le'nftth fUten
the smoke tvfat you cooler.
lons-Iutinc; full-flavored irMkiag
enjoymeat If yon heven't
discovered the enjoyment of tmokiaf
PALL HALL try one todayl
y ( )
for 994 tost
In Th2 najcrs
(Based on 259 official at abU)
Player, Club r ab r h act
Aaron, MIL. 108 428 78 145 .340
Moon, StL; 109 388 70 127 J27
Musiai, St. L. 113 430 62 134 Ml
Bailey, CincL- 85 283 45 87 .309
Banks, Chi. ; 108 407 67 125 .307
Sc'dlenst, N.Y. 85 306 34 94 "407
Mantle, N.Y. 109 396 104 1491.376
Williams, Bos. 94 266 45 93 J50
Maxwell, Dt. 101 352 72 117 .332
Vernon, Boa. 89 304 91 101 .332
Kuenn, Det. 104 410 63 135 .329
Mantle, Yanks ..........
Snider, Dodgers .........
RUNS BAITED, IN
Mantle, Yanks .........106
Kallne, Tigers .......... 92
Simpson, Athletics ...... 88
Musiai, Cards . . . . 87
Wertz, Indians ......... 82
'Fox, White 6ox ......
Bauer, Yanks ,Vv.w 78
' HITS ',.
Mantle, Yanks 1(9
Aaron, Braves 145
Kallne, Tigers ....;. vV, 141
Fox, White Sox v. .'..' 140'
Ashburn, Phils 137
(Based on 11 Dec'sions)
. W t Pel
Haddlx, Phils .......11 3 .786
Ford, Yanks ........14 4 .778
Pierce, White Sox ...17 S .773
Brewer, Red Sox ...16 5 .762
Lawrence, Redlegs ..16 S .762
Goodman 2b ..i.. 5
Klaus 3b' ...... t 3
Jensen rf .,.....
Piersall cf i......
White e .-.
Daley e v..:......."
Buddin ss .......
Boiling Ss .......
Brewer p ........
Delock n ........
35 4 4 24 12
Bauer rf ........
VUUM U ........
Skowron lb ......
Hunter ss .....
30 6 8 27 6
b-Ran for Byrne In 7th.
c-Popped out for White in 8th.
d-Lined out for Buddin In 8th.
e-Struck out for Porterfield In
f-wslked for Hunter in 8th.
score By Innings
Boston ooo 001 201-4
New York ,. 000 102 30x 6
SUMMARY Errors: Cole Coleman,
man, Coleman, Martin, McDougald, Bauer.
RBI: Collins, Piersall. Berra 1
(Goodman scored on Martin's
error in 7th, Gernert, Bauer,
Martin 2 (Klaus scored on
Bauer's error in 9th; Doubles:
Berra. Home runs: piersall, Ber Berra.
ra. Berra. sacrifice: Carey. Left on
base: Boston 10, New York 7.
Bases on balls off: Ford 3, Brew Brewer
er Brewer 3, Byrne 3. Porterfield 1.. De-
lock 1. struck out by: Ford 2,
Brewer 2, Byrne 3, sturdivant 2,
Delock 1. Hits off: Ford 1 in 4,
Byrne 3 in 3, Sturdivant 0 in t,
Brewer 7 In 6 2-3, Porterfield 0
In 1-3, Delock I in 1. Runs and
earned runs: Byrne 3-1, Brewer
6-6, Sturdivant 1-0. Wild pitch:
Brewer. Passed ball: white. WP:
Byrn (7-2), LP: Brewer (16-5K
Today Encanto .25 .15
wahooi; U15 M i
Tom Conway, in ;
John Ireland, in 2
Return of Jesse James
Today 'IDEAL .29 i
Gary Cooper, in
Ruth Roman, in
In Penfold Go
SEASCAPE Apropos of its name, the Vision forms a pictur.
esque contrast as it sails by a vessel of conventional style. The
blue and white spinnaker adds a colorful touch te the fleet
bobbing in the water off the hit of Wight 1n Cowes Regatta.
Panama Basketball League
Final Double Round-Robin
Series Starts 'Saturday
.By. HERBERT MOISE
COLON Following a 20-day
rest period, the Chesterfield Co-
lonites will open their final se-.
rles commitments with the!
hard-playing Panama Cigar Cigarettes
ettes Cigarettes at the. Panama -National
Gymnasium 2, Saturday aa the
nightcap to a twlnbiU. Balboa
Beer and Galllto will play in the
opener which begins at 8 p.m.
Three ciearette sponsored
0 teams willbe in the twlce-arotmd
final playoff. It was agreed aft after
er after a. stormy session that the
teams will play on Wednesdays
and Saturdays ; meeting each
other two times. During 'the
meeting, after a protest by Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield coach Rodolfo "Fifl"
Tom, the board of directors vot voted
ed voted to allow each team to add
two players to their roster with
the stipulation that only 12 be
In uniform.; ',' v...; ..;.;.,-,:',
Tom araued that he saw no
Justification for the breach of
pre-season agreements Against
n i uslnr reinforcements. His piea
fell on deaf ears as the direc directors
tors directors decided that "adding these
players to the teams would add
color to the series." -
Lots Drawn For Schedule
Came the time for planning
the details of the upcoming se series
ries series and team representatives
were requested to draw number numbered
ed numbered scraps of paper. Teams draw drawing
ing drawing "1" and "2". were to be
matched Jn Saturday's opener
and teams drawing "3" and -4"
closing the evening's activities.
Balboa drew the No. 1 and Ga Galllto
lllto Galllto the No. 2. Panama picked
No. 3 and Chesterfield the No.
4i .V" .I'll" '-".. -1 j .P 'V.'-,1.
Each team will play three first
games and three 'second games.
Doubleheaders will be played on
Wednesdays and Saturdays witn
only, one scheduled for Monday,
Aug. 27. . ::.
The following is the complete
schedule of the series:
WASHINGTON, Aug. 16 IP)-
President Eisenhower .yesterday
presented five young swimming
champions with 1890 su itr dollars
and stubby white pencils inscribed
"Ike's golf pencil.'' -
The boys and girls were from 9
to 15 years of See. The President
showed them around his office
and told them how pleased he is
that they are participating in ath
letics. He sooke about the swim
mine wowness of .his grandson,
David. "'- ''''
The silver dollars were specially
banded and had a loop by which
they could be attached to S neck necklace
lace necklace or bracelet. The President
has handed out 1890 silver dollars
before but without the attach
ment. He was born in 1890. v
The children won trophies m
last week's President s Cuo Re
gatta swimming and diving cham
pionships. . -i
Editor; CONRADO SARCEANT
Saturday," Aug. 18: ; Balboa
Wednesday. Aug 22, Balboa
TJcmAav in or Vt Rolhna Sur.
Chesterfield ; Galllto-Panam a.
Saturday, Sept. 1 a Panama-
Chesterfield; Balboa Beer-Galli-
tO. , ijit.if-i," rt: ,;,:?'. t
Wednesday,. Sept. 5, Galllto Galllto-Chesterfield;
Chesterfield; Galllto-Chesterfield; Balboa Beer-Panama.
. (J.f l. i ,..'.',
Saturday, Sept. 8, Galllto CIg. CIg.-Panama;
Panama; CIg.-Panama; alboa BeerChester-
fieloV,-:;," V,,.,, ;..1V
Fishin o Touf liEmsn!
The : Annual Fort Amarfnr
Children's Fishing Tournament
wiu be neid at Fort Amador
from August 17 through SeDtem
ber 3. The tournament, part of
the Summer Recreation Pro
gram, is only for children restd
tog at Fort Amador. :
There are two divisions in the
tournament: the Senior Division
which includes child r e n 10
through 16 years of ate: anrf the
Junior Division which includes
children 5 through 9 years of
Certain rules wlil be followed
during the tournament. All fish fishing
ing fishing will be done from the. shore
on the Causeway from the Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Club to the warning sign
approaching Flamenco Island,
which includes the perimeter of
Perico island and ths Mine
DOCk.:-- ;-. '. VV..;,; f, .f
"'' y:"' ""!': 'i'j, ':
'An adult must accompany the
children at all times.
All fish to be entered for a
prise must be weighed and reg registered
istered registered at the Fort Amador Mili Military
tary Military police Station.
.The children .may receive no
help m hooking or playing the
fish.; However, the accompany accompanying
ing accompanying adult may gaff, net or land
the fish. No restriction is placed
on the size and type of tackle
used. The accompanying adult
must fill out a certificate and
submit it with each fish entered.
All fish will be Judged according
to weight and not length.
Properly engraved trophies
will be awarded in both the Sen
lor and Junior Divisions for the
largest. Second and third larg largest
est largest fish caught. No sharks; or
eels caught ire eligible for these
prises. However, a trophy will be
awarded for the largest fish re regardless
gardless regardless of type. S v '. -V
WKlCHT FOR A6I
'.r EAST LANSING, Mich. (NEA)
Tom Saidock, 240-pound tackle,
is the heaviest man on the Michi Michigan
gan Michigan State football squad. He is al also
so also the oldest at 26. ...v. :
Gene Hamlin, transplanted Paci
fic side golfer, won the .low ne!
prize in the first flight of the Pen
fold Golf Ball Tournament at the
Brazos Brook Country Club with a
fine score of 71.'
Capt. Bill Lewis and Willie
Compton were tied for the low
gross prize, both taking a 75 and
necessitating-a playoff to decide
who takes the spoils.
Joe Noonan won the low net and
low gross prizes in the second
flight bv shooting an even 80.
Hnk DeRaps took a low gro.s
prize in the third flight with an
86 and divided the low -net with
Pete CahiU with a score of 74.
Geo Burns, one of the best la
dy players on the Isthmus, won
both prizes in the ladies flight;
with a gross score of 80 which al
so gave her a net of 75.
All the above-mentioned players
will receive part of the 12 dozen
Penfold golf balls, given to the
tournament committee at Brazos
Brook by the veteran golfer Capt
C. B. Fenton.
Some of the players drew byes
for' the. first round of. match play
but' the following must play the
undermentioned matches by sun sundown
down sundown Sunday Aug. 19:
C. W. Lewis vs F. Meisinger; G.
Hamlin vs F. ; Huldtauist: ; F. F.
Williams vs M. French: E. Eder
vs V. Prier: E. Comoton vs R,
Armitage; A. Zazzali vs D. Fran-
cey; F. Day vs G. Norland ; B
Johnson vs J.. Gump.
J. Noonan vs H. Toledsno; M.
Kindrin vs J. Raymond: J. Ken-
way vi F. Humphreys; E. Bell.vs
'K. DeRaps vs J. A. Nunex;. G
Roth vs H. Cross: Di Papio vs H
Foleyr F. Stirewalt vs J. Ramsey;
P. Cahill vi J. W, Nelson: V
Reed vs M, Xa Croix:' ,R. Tj e
back us D. Bell; M. J. Bucolo vs
Shutout. For 4th
KEW YORK.' Aug. 16-i(irP)
Toronto's deadly combination of
the long ball and gooa pitcning
was threatening today to make
a shambles of the international
League pennant race. :
Last night tbe Maple Leafs
socked three homers in the
first game of a twin bill wth
Columbus, enabling Lynn Lov Lov-engnth
engnth Lov-engnth to receive credit for h:s
19th triumph, 6-4. In the
nightcap, recently acquired
Ross Grimsley picked.- p his
fourth straight victory, 4-9, as
be set back the Jets on just
four hitS. y..- .,V
The double win ran the Leafs'
string to five in a row and in increased
creased increased their lead to 4ft games
over: Rochester and Miami, who
were rained out. of their, double double-header.',
In other action,! fourth place
Montreal kept lts pennant hopes
alive with a 9-5 decision over
Richmond and the Buffalo Bi Bisons
sons Bisons snapped a four game losing
strea. neieaung Havana, 4-3.
INDIANAPOLIS (UP) WU
bam E. Shernll, a filling station
manaeer, will think twjee next
time he feels like stopping for a
drink on the way home from
work.' He dropped in at a road
side bar for a quick one and re
turned to his truck to find a cigari
box containing 8500 cash missing,
t The) fsjcrejt
In the) sauc
and the iouco
rich lauet the liv.
ly flavor of each
plump, tender beaa.
Serve it toool
VictdrijS ove Team
Past Dodrjbrs Into 2nd
Plaice In iJL Flag Race
NEW YORK. Aufir. 16
nant platform, founded on
short rest for all Ditchers,
todav frorri 2.151 hprnorratif Convention delegate!
ir1A tlAM 4- va 4V Vm wIA AA
legs bounce back to within
The delegates wer hart of a
crowd of 15,974 fans who flocked
out to Wrigley Field in Chicago
yesterday and watched the Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs sweep a doubleheader from
the Cubs, 4-3, in a 15-innlng
opener and 7-3, in the nightcap
which was limited to six innings
because of darkness, v
Ed Bailey, Wally post and
Smoky Burgess eacji homered
during the twin-bill to supply
the long ball, with post's grand grand-slam
slam grand-slam circuit proving the clinch clincher
er clincher in the nightcap.
Johnny Klippstein and Art
Pftwler, the two winning pitch-
ers, both worked with enly one
Klippstein took over for start
er. Hal Jeff coat in the 13th in
ning of the opener and blanked
the Cubs over tne lasi inree
frames to notch his 11th vic victory.
tory. victory. yrank Robinson's single
with, the bases loaded decided
the outcome; Fowler was taggea
for 10 hits in the abbreviated finale-
but kept them scattered
sufficiently to register his eighth
Southpaw Warren Spahn of
the league-leading Milwaukee
Braves turned in flve-hlt ef
fort to defeat the 8t-Louis Car
dinals for' his ,13th triumph of i
the season. Ray Katt put the
CaWs ahead with a third inning
homer with the bases empty but
the Braves got to .Tom Poholsky
for two runs m tne iounn witn
the aid of errors by Bobby Mor Morgan
gan Morgan Rip Repulskl and 'Alvin
Dark. ..Johnny Login drove in
another run in the fifth and
Danny O'Connell's single pro produced
duced produced the final Milwaukee run
in the seventh.
Johnny Antonelll turner in
his best Job of the year in
hurling the New York Giants
te a 1-9 decision over -the'
Brooklyn Dodgers., AntonelU
gave up enly two h'ts and re received
ceived received all the margin he need needed
ed needed when Willie Mays blasted
his 21st homer off Don New--combe
in the fourth inning.
The loss was, Brooklyn's first
of the season at Jersey City
following six previous victo victories.
ries. victories. :: V' -'" ':
Ronnie Kline's five-hit pitch pitching,
ing, pitching, coupled with a four-run ral-
Annual Channel Smm
Into Complete Fiasco
. FOLKESTONE, England, Aug.
18 (UP) The annual channel
swim sponsored by A millionaire
turned into a complete fiasco'
Only eight swimmers started
the race. None finished.
It was b embarrassing day
for Billy Butlln, holiday camp
king who sponsored the race.
Fourteen of the 22 entrants
could not get ashore to the
French starting point because of
the high breakers. Some even
thought the race hid been can cancelled
celled cancelled because of the bad weath weather
er weather and went back to England
Butlln htmslf : became sea seasick
sick seasick en his way to start the
Channel swimming observers'
reckoned conditions were the
worst ever for the 29-mlle swim-
mlnir a-rlnd. HitfH winds ana a
heavy channel swell plagued the
eight starters from the time
they plunged in at cap uru ei
before diwn. -, v
out was Northern
Ireland's jack McClelland after
Don't sit and wait
for "Lady Luck" ... x
Go and meet her
ItVa -musr tor
(UP) Cincinriati'g ccn-
the Ions; ball and only a
received a rousinz vote
ttAMA nStJ sAvar 4 V A T?A4-
Vi games of the National
ly in the eighth Inning, -tarried
nUt.l.,..nl. 4n m K.f BlitAvw .....
Phiiadeipnia. jack Meyer or tne
Phils nursed a 1-0 lead until the
eighth when the pirates pushed,
across their four runs on four
singles, two walks and a sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice fly. v
The runaway Yankees stretch-;
ed their American League lead
to lnu. nmM with a' ft-4 on.
' B V
- -L X. V. J .
qurai over uie nea box.
in beating BostonA ace Tom
Y. . . ,1. t. .l.Li
oicwcr ior tne sixui siraigns
time in his career, the Yanks
broke a 3-3 tie with a three-run
rally in the seventh inning.1
Hank Bauer singled home the
tie-breaking run and Billy Mar Martin
tin Martin followed with a two-run dou double.
ble. double. Tommy Byrne, who relieved
starter Whltey Ford when his
left shoulder tightened up after
four innings, was credited with
hi$ seventh victory although he
gave way to Tom Sturdivant. '
Frank Lary held the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians to six scattered
hits in defeating veteran Bob
Lemon and leading the Detroit -Tigers
to a 1-9 win. The only
ran came in the eighth 'when
BUI Tattle singled and rode
home on Harvey Kuenn's dou double.
ble. double. The run was the third
scored off Lemon in 15, in in-Alngs.Jt
Alngs.Jt in-Alngs.Jt was Lary's 12th tri.
Dick Donovan, a disappoint
ment most of the season for the
White Sox, limited the Athletics
to two hits in a 10-0 romn. The
White Sox shelled three Kansa's
uty piicners for 15 hits, mtv
lng homers by Minnie MlfiK Jf
Sherm. Lollar and Sam Esposito.
Donovan nad a ho-hitter until
pitcher Wall Burnett singled
in the sixth.
- Bliroardner's single scored
Bob Nleman from second base in
the 12th inning to give the Bal
timore unoies a 3-2 aecision
over the Washington senators.
Reliever Bill Wight, who rescued
starter Mike Fornieles with two
men on in the 10th, retired
eight batters in a row, including
six on strikes, for his seventfi
Antonelll of the Giants, for
his two-hit 1-9 victory over the
Dodgers. ..- .r
11 hours 4 minutes in the cold,
choppy water. Favorite 4 Tort
Park, of Lakewood,, Calif., was
pulled out after .10 hours 20 min minutes:
utes: minutes: ( park had been swimming
brilliantly and St one stage was
considered well in 'the running
for new record!
' Veteran Nedj Barnle, 60, of
Scotland, gave np after nearly
19 hours.. The other five had
quit earlier.; They were Diana
Cleverly and Willy Conta of
New Zealand, Dogan Sahin bf
Turkey, Maria Meesters of The
Netherlands,, and Greta An--derson
- :....:v. -. ... :
The fourteen who missed the
start bombarded Butlln with
criticism. The rac had been
postponed twice, before because
of bad weather, and som of the
swimmers said, conditions were
worse yesterday, v -if
Mrs. Clyde Burdette, of Green Greenville,
ville, Greenville, s c., was one of the most
Indignant non-starters, wii ....
' "I'm disgusted at the race be being
ing being run," she said. "We never
should have been allowed ia
leave the British coast"
rnrnsDAT, august is, ms
rZX FAX AM A AMERICAN AN IXTKFENDENT DAILY '.NEWSPAPER
j a itj' v v-i y kJf Wi to a
Wants To WW A
By JIMMY BRESLIN
HAVE BUTTERFLIES William Yorzyk. left,, and Jack
Nelson are on top of the world after winning berths on the
United (States Olympic swimming team. Yonyk, of the New
Hampshire Swim Club, took the men's 200-meter butterfly
in the final tryouts in 2 minutes, 19 seconds. s. Nelson, North
Carolina Athletic Club, was second in ?:28.8. . .
' ft T "V"
.. i YT WAS INEVITABLE. The customers, their cynlcUm-Show-ing;
are beginning to ask whatever became of WUlit Jays,? -JThS
: took on him, admittedly limited, describes him as, a .309. hitter,
The most disturbing thing about the Giants star, is his failure
to keep pace with the-long ball hitters.. (His 51. homers was
tops in the majors last seasons -Visiting dugout observers say
hefteit seems confused, and they wonder if, he hasnt been
trying to-absoro too much aavice,-.
" Maybe Barry wanted to mike sure theiDems got the polo
Vote, Iarriman was an eight goaler in the millionaires sport.
Tenis par' for the course, so Honest Avemor .ttan carried
nis weight.) It's now definite".' The baseball Giants go Into the
Stadium by "5f at the latest. "'A suggestion that Ted ?WUllams
be challenged In a spit-foridistasco contest before- today game
with the' Red Sot was' tabled' by the Yankee promotion; depart department.
ment. department. The Pirates, wiUg-lir errors, have replaced th Giants
as the worst fielding team in the NLi -t--1 'r-
, .Wto.; t'.f !. (v s ..'
t.Viii All-Stars was
.' in.minfhi n; t7Tim Dnlv nfflrlals and drum malorettes
kerned to-be going all out. .The Yanks would have' gone--to
rum-on tne .waiver usii .ne imiouj "m,i
$10,000 because the rula governing, intxaleague waivers accords
claiming preference to clubs. from the bottom Hp. At .the time
the Indians.;.., as Is usually: the, case. ... -were tower the
standing-,than the. Yanks.,, Thus the. Glands .M $30-40,000 on
th deaL Their only alternative was to keep MagUe, but he was
a high salaried, veteran hence .uxutf.; aSthg. Qlant aper aper-.ateos
.ateos aper-.ateos v;'H':,.'" f -iv -' k;? f.6;aCf ::&l ,'u.h'i iV
.:' v,SsV;';i-.-: VtV-'f'"'!; r.-'4''.''''-' t'-M-. vi.-'51,.'W.'ilt
' ". .tf'.if Hs.' ,Ht. Tv!. ,yt''.1? "i v.
Aside to the Yonkers lady whose Irate letterbegaar "awful
'"person": the phrase' 'tools' of Ignorance'": i(masfc,rtshin- gnards,
chesf padl has been a part of ;the. baseball language lor years,
No group makes more use of It In: mock-abashment than the
..t.ka,.. t.ci.a ThU onlnmn was nrocUlminf Brra 't 10-
periority over present day mitt men, including Caaipanella, at
a time wheii it "might even have been safer to blast Godfrey,
In brief, -the phrase, as used here, Wat not directed at Berra,
nor was It to be interpretea uterany.' niw ii wf,J'
cooking. - .; ; !;:: t ; V y.rf
OH JOHNNY, "winner of the historic Tjfavers t, Saratoga
Saturda'y; was" ranked 80th, cr thereabouts, among the- 2-year-olds
in Jimmy Kilroe's preseason handicap figures. Oh Johnnys
victory could be a tip off as to the low calibre of the division
Ithisyear orthestotlf Saratoga- is attracting ;tf 'days, or
both. Even with Nashua a last minute scratch, due to colic,
Atlantic City, had a much more attractive program,; and did
twice the business. v.,wlth,New, Jersey stato treasury being pro proportionately
portionately proportionately tnriched In taxes. J J -f:Ai-:".K?-v.k--.i.v;'
i-j ;" ... i, -. y. ya
In the current Issue of the Horsemen'i Journal, Irving
Gushen, president, of the HBP A, is shown in only U pictures.
Fellow must bo slowing up. Apparently, what disturbs the Bos Bos-.
. Bos-. ton management Is Ted Williams' stand on uncivil rights. Wiffi
Smith won the British and French women's golf championships
using only 1?, clubs.- The rules allow-1). Pro Horton Smith
(unrelated) .professed to be amaied. ; Whyt Chick Evan won
both the National Open and Amateur using only eight clubs.
Or was it seven? v What's mor The Chicken's 70-9774-738
established a new Open record. It remained unbroken until
Tony, Manero came mv with 282 it Baltusrol 20 years later.
Manufacturers now: make a ctib for eery type shot, and since
. sets of 14 sell for. considerably more than, sets of seven, the
eiplinatlon naturally is simple; notwithstanding Mr. Smith's.
"amaxementT:. vt '. .':'.
' ' V.T !:,'. ':''.;' f "H" ..' :-,"'f 'U''-"'
" .YANKEE PITCH 'kEti repeatedly remind yon that the year
Ruth hit his 60, Lou Gehrig, who hit .373 and 'had 47 homerst
followed hhn in th6 batting order. The Inference Is there wasn't
much percentage In passing im, whereas Mantle's current situa situation
tion situation Is less propitious," and therefore he figures to be passed
"oftener Rurhffas passed 134 times the year he set his record.
This was -only" 10 fewer times than" in 1921 when he hU J78
and had 59 homers. : and at that time nobody heard of Gehrig.
Actually, the Babe drew more passes before Gehrig became a
member of Murderer's Row. In 1823, for instance, he drew a re record
cord record 170, hitting ahead of Boo Meusel cr Wally Pipp.Mt ought
to be possible to evaluate Mantle's exciting challenge on its
merits without attempting to cheapen the Babe's heroics.
NEW YORK (NEAl "Mag "Mag-lie,"
lie," "Mag-lie," the girl said to her escoit,,
'.'don't Jook rieht to me. He seems
sor -whiter I atwiys thought he-was
a dark guy." j
The escort peered down from a a
! Ebbets Field upper tier seat and
1 watched Maglie hunch over and
take the sign from .Rube Walker,
j "The uniform does it," replied
j thl escort.J'You never used to see
him in this park except when he
had on a gray road uniform. Now
he's sot on a nice white Dodgers
'suitAand,ltiriakes him .'look bet bet-1
1 bet-1 ter.1' .' i . y
VVfie'rf Sal toglie threw1 one of
jhis four or five different curves,-
the. white uniform was the only
apparent difference 'between
Brooklyn's Maglie and the swar swarthy
thy swarthy demon who usetkto win games
at Ebbets Field ; as casually as
most ieotte take a drink of "wa "water.
ter. "water. -v-
Maglie is a couple of years older,
on the books, but time hadn't rob
bed him of his ability to make a
baseball to dtricks as it heads to to-!
! to-! ward a "batter. At (39, he was the
I same pitcher for a month's' stretch
at the Giants' 23-6 winner of 1951-
or the 18-8 winner of '52.. i
s. M jilt's 1S story, as it now
stands, is not the fact he is throw throwing
ing throwing for thi Dodgeiif, once his arch arch-rivals.
rivals. arch-rivals. Nor does it center on what
The Barber does from here on.
The major item' about Maglie is
what he gave the Dodgers through throughout
out throughout a l.Way stretcn, starting on Ju July
ly July 24. In that period, Sal started
hur games going tne routs in
three of them. The Dodgers wo
an of them and at the end of the
stretch had cut a six-gams deficit
to a :mero one-and-a-half.
Maglie put the' Brooks Into the
jtrec m-heat part of the race with
victories over tne neos, urns ana
Cardinals one a Shutout and a
stirring six and a third inning job
aesinst Hilwaukek 1 !- ;
'We needed ,a fourth startei
badly," Walter Alston potes, "and
Maelie. filled the spot. Everybody
got a rest while he was at it The
bull pen didn't work, He yen; gave
my nerves a breatner. :
.One past the publicity part of
his move to Flatbush,. Maglie set settled
tled settled down to being his old self a
Iquiet,,. serious fellow who fights
batters with a gnm curve ball ball-throwing
throwing ball-throwing war of attrition. i
"It sounds nice to say that I'm
throwing so weU because 1 want
to show up tne uiams ana in
Hin Mtrli "v "hut it lan'
really true. I'm determined to .win,
but I'd be that, way any pllue,!rra
throwing the same, a "I "always
did. My bkck-knock 'woodisn't
giving me any trouble. I'm getting
tha hall whr I want it."
When Maglie gets the ball where
he wants it, the game turns mm
pepper practice for Brooklyn in in-ficlHfr.
ficlHfr. in-ficlHfr. An occasional outfield ilv
is the best they seem to get,, off
jne carDer, 4
o i::sect Tcr.:.:i:iT
' Will Not Slotn HormUtl Humont
. nd Animals whan Uiad o Oiraclad
Costs Less and Kills fssttr
than most hlh pfssurt bpmbt
i Af Moil Retail Slori
MaolU has btan werked a lot
fnr in nlHcr fi.llnw.
f'He seems to thrive onttV?
nnin nut Vie-President Fresco
Thompson of "the Dodgers. "The
one time Alston gave mm tour
days rest be didn't get through the,
"MavK. hT nd' wort.' Tne one
thing he doesn't need is advice.
how to pitcn. Tne oaupiayers gei
a kick watching him work. They
always like to see a pro do his
job." 1 '" ; ?
One 16dK"t Mag'ie nr acuon
Le'lls ypu he hasn't chingefinuch.
Idinal batter :durifig' the winning
streak, the umpire caiieo tor uie
ball. He warted to see if ahything
not in the rules was making it spin
h milch, t i ': !' t
The old Barber," you'll; remem4
ber, always spent nan nis um e
showing the umpire the ball be
was using. 4
By BEANS REARDON -14
Yaart in National Ltigua
. Written for NEA Service.
. QUESTION:" Willi a runner on
third base, the pitcher, in proper
pitching position, throws a high,
soft pitch to the hatter. The' rum
ner breaks for" the plate with the
Ditcher's motion.vThe squeeze olay
is on. Anticipating it, the iirst
baseman charges in. The pitch is
still in the air when the first
baseman sees that he caii catch it
and that the runner will score if
he doesn't. He grabs the pitched
ball and tags the runner before
the latter reaches the plate. What
would be the ruling oa ibis At
len Gutterman. ., -k I-
: Answer: First; Is eWoua
that such a play will hot kapptn.
But, to answer tha question, tha
kay Is that a pitched ball was in in-terfarad
terfarad in-terfarad with bofara it raactiad
tha battar. Tha umpire ceu'd call
a balk. Than yau hava palpable
jntorft.anca by tha first base baseman.
man. baseman. In either cast, tha ruimar
from third bat is awaried the
plate and. aeara
.. RUNS IN .-AMItY
BLOOM1NGTON, Ind. (NEA)
Ed Wietecha, Indiana center,- is a
younger brother of Ray, who
stands out t tte same position for
tha New York Giants.
I Y V v. adccch Xr
- VO YZT kz- - X. PITCHED HE' OMB- I'lM T S- i
Ulyi n r-- An y :,
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MACDONALDla MUlUMITfO, Dlitillora, Ultk, tmi
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tt modern "oantV ships uniting the
Americas' with fast and frequent
'.':' service, ;'j -
Yet Pros Shout For Help
By HAR1Y 6RAYSON
PANAMA OfEN STOCK
., JiEW ,YORK (NEA) Coaches
who watched the Baltimore' Colts
come from behind to win, 24-13,
pointed out that the Philadelphia
Eagles need a fullback and an
offensive tackle, among other
' Hughie Devore isn't one to dis discuss
cuss discuss the shortcomings of his ath
letes; but when it is suggtsted that
the holes be plugged before the
professionals start teeing off for
keeps, the Eagles' new coach asks,
"And just where am I going to
get tem "" " r
. Every National League club has
its problems, including the cham cham-ni6n
ni6n cham-ni6n Browns. The only difference
is that the Cleveland outfit h as
fewer of them. ;
. Practically every fall you hear
that college squads are loaded'
Ohio State. Oklahoma. Notre
Dami" Marvlanri. (lichiean. 'Mich
igan State, Southern California, U-J
CLA, Georgia Tech, Teias, Duke
and, numerous, pthert In all. .sec .sections';
tions'; .sections'; ' .'.-;--"
To the average follower of foot foot-ban,'
ban,' foot-ban,' it is inconceivable thit with
all' the thousands of hand-picked
young men playing the college
game under skillful coaches that
12 "professional clubs cannot Jine
up near perfect personnel,
like in baseball, where you must
the hop from college to the mon money
ey money ranks appears to be as long
as the one from high school to the
higher grade. And anyon; who has
suited up for football will tell you
that -the latter jump would practically-win"
a place on the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic team. s
CLOSE OBSERVERS wonder
how. Paul Brown, of. the Browns
named after him short changed
the Pittsburgh Steelers out of Ed
Modzeiewski. This swap best il illustrates'
lustrates' illustrates' why Coach Brown has
been, as successful with the pros
as he was at Washington High of
Massillon, O., with Ohio State and
in the service. ? V
Brown.- you see. knows football
olavers and where tt find them
When Brown landed Big Mo
Modzelewsk all 6 feet and 215
pounds of him and talked .'Otto
Graham into- pfayin one more
year, he 'had the ole formula
strength through the middle, Just
like in baseball, where you mu
possess the catcher, dquble play
combination and tha center field
er. Brown had his old and proven
formula working Frank Gatski
at center, Graham at quarter and
Modzeiewski at fullback.
Brown had Lou Grozo and a big
guard on one side as his offensive
tackles. Then, Mike McCormack,
obtained in a trade, came through
to give" the Browns devastating
stoppaDie, two-pronged attack,
" PHILADELPHIA HAS MAD if
fullback headache for s e v e r a 1
years.; The Eagles drafted Neil
Worden of Notre Dame, found him
good but not good and big enough.
Then the Eagles went for Dick!
Bielski, the Maryland Ail-Ameri
ca, who in addition to seemingly
having all the physical attributes
! at 6-X and 215 pounds, turned out
to be a place kicker second only
ito The Toe Groza.
I But, tonheir utter dismay, the
j Eagles discovered that it t o o kl
I Bicisiu a. step and a haif to get
I his power rollin" That'x fatak bn bn-cause,
cause, bn-cause, the fullback is the bread-Land-butter
man who must nirk.un'
that vital, one, two or three yards'
in a key series, or more 'impor 'important,
tant, 'important, when the club is shooting for
THIS WAS MADE MORE no
ticeable to the Eagles' front office
when in the very next year the
Colts bobbed up with Alan Ama Ama-che,
che, Ama-che, who sO well executes all the
maneuvers the lack of which, sty stymied
mied stymied the Philadelphia side. With
Ameche of Wisconsin came a re remarkable
markable remarkable passing field .marshal,
Geoige Shaw of Oregon. This pair
put Baltimore in pro football for
keeps: !''";" v"' ",'
As for offensive tackles, -in this
Paraiso Sports i
Men's Volleyball League
Teams Won Lost Pet.
P. C. v,' i .. 1 0 1000
J. C. I .. v 1
L. B. Braves "., ..V I
Conliffe Boys .. ... 0
Salem ...... 0
D. C. defeated Sajem 15-3; 15 15-13.
13. 15-13. ''
' J.-C. defeated ConIlei Bpys
15-4, 15-6.. ,
L. B. Braves defeated Whirl Whirlpool,
pool, Whirlpool, 15-10, 16-14. ,. i
.7 JO p.m. Whirlpool vs Salem
8:00 p.m. L. B. Braves vs-J. C.
v 8:30 p.m. D. C. vs Conliffe Boys
' WEEKLY, SERVICE FROM NEW YORK, i
, TO WEST COA.ST OF : SOUTH AMERICA :
S-S.SANTA MARIA" Due CrlstobaJ, 'CX ." V.... Jlng. tt,
S.S. "SANTA OLIVIA Due CristobaL CZ. Aug. 2?
j' ,!. WEEKLY. SERVICE FROM THE'. I". 1
I WEST COAST OF SpUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA BARbARA'' Sails1 CrlstobaL CZ . 'ju.v ZK:
S.S. SANTA ELISA". Sails Cristobal C, Z. .. . . Aug. 21
l FROM 0.$j PACiFlC'..,WEST COAST CENYRAL
j AM ERICA -TO BALBOA AND CRISTOBAL,. C., Z. -"
,S. S. "SANTA FE' Due Balboa, C. Z. ............ Sept, M
S.S. "SANTA. ANITA'. Due Balboa; C.Z. ..Oct, II
FROM CRISTOBAL' AND BALBOA, C, Z.'JO .THE
WEST-COAST CENTRAL AMERICA A U. S.', PACIFIC
C. N. Girls' Volleyball League
Teams Won Lost Pet.
Icagde they must weigh something Glden City y, -. -l'. 'O 1.000
like 240 pounds and be aWs to Madrid ..- ..o o ) .000
move, v-V- '. : 0l01ndrln8 v- 0 U 4 .000
It's liki the mihois and majors Marlposas .,.w--.(y -.-i ,:, .000
S.S. "SANTA CRVZ"
Sails ..Cristobal, C.Z.
PANAMA AGENCIES CO.
CRISTOBAL; 2131 2135 TANAMAt 2-655C
- .(BALBOA; 1507 2159
Uo here, they are bigger and nit
hardfr and the pitching is i cun-.
dcrai'ly more oeceptiye.
ENTANGLED' 'Red Schoen Schoen-dienst
dienst Schoen-dienst appears to be a bit mix mixed
ed mixed up here, but the second base baseman
man baseman m m) more -confused than
the N. "Y. .Giants. :
Golden : City" beat Marlposas
15-8, 15-7. v
" Friday's Came
7:00 p.nv Colondrlnas Vs Madrid..-
- Before an overflow crowd the
Paraiso volleyball- leagues' for
men and girls swung into action
last- night. All six teams In the
men's division saw action.
The Junior- hleh tmv.,"-and
girls' team of Paraiso took the!
measure of Rainbow City. 40- to I
33 and 15 to 8, respectively. The i
Victors -are scheduled-to travel
to Santa Cruz on August 22. "j I
In last night's game, Eduardo
Blades starred Tot paraiso withl
18 points. R. Griffith sparkrd I
the losers with .10 nolnts Knv
Johnson paced the trlumnhant
girls with four points. Gloria!
Mairs was the all-round star for
the Paraiso teeners. N n
Junior Soccer Lrn
Teams -,r .w f, r f
Barcelona ; i o 0 2
Dep. Braail ... ,.,.,0011
Los Reyes .... ft- 01 1
Los Tigres 0 10 0
Th four-team Junior Soccer
League has attracted' a v large
number of teeners to the after-
noon games on trie Paraiso Ball
PaTk.. Los Tigres clipped Barce-
lona in th opeher. 3 to l. in the,'
secotid encounter Los' Reyes and
Deportivo Brazil booted the ball
for 4-4 tie., ."
Friday's game-Barcelona vs
Dep. BrazH,;.4:30 p.m.' :
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local 900 Team
vA spokesman for Local 900, A A-merican
merican A-merican Federation of State
County and Municipal Employes
AFL-ciO, announced today that
President Ricardo M. Arias will
vjecelve anion officials tomorrow
- it 10 am. in the Presldencia to
continue discussions on the un union's
ion's union's bid to halt the cancella cancellation
tion cancellation of commissary and other
M-tviUuM u-hfrtuied to b dis
continued on Jan. 1, 1957, as a
fesult of the' new treaty be between
tween between Panama and the United
t rMonf Ar1 hud ISSUTed
the union representatives that
after he had spoken to Henry
Holland, Assistant. Secretary of
State for Latin America and Un Undersecretary
dersecretary Undersecretary of the Army George
S. Roderick,- he would .continue
discussions wim low uuuo y-
Th$ union to seeking the
postponement until the V. S.
Congress acts on treaty legis
lation dealing frith the Canal
' Zone single wave scale anH the
extension of Civil Service re
tirement provisions to non
V3. citizen employes of the
- ii'- '' !":'' '
v Vt-elHnt rla and a. ffrnnn Of
Panama advisors met yesterday
lor wiree noura ai me rresmenr
t with Roderick and United
States Ambassador Julian F
Harrington. -s 'v;:
With the President' at the ga gathering
thering gathering were President-elect Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. Foreign
Ulniitsr Alhartn Rnvri ftdmil-
troller General Roberto Heurte-
matte, ex-President ana treaty
Consultant Dr. Harmodid;: Arias
ml fx-forplo-n minister and
treaty negotiator Dr. ; Octavio
Fabrega. -.- -.. !,-..
No announcement was made
following the conference, except
that the' same officials will re reconvene
convene reconvene on Friday, t v-r x
Jose Isaac Fabrega
Named To New ;
l Panama -Attorney Jose Isaac
Fabrega has been named to rep represent
resent represent hij country on the com commission,
mission, commission, proposed by president
Dwight D. Eisenhower at the
meeting of American Presidents
teld here last month.,
t The object of the new com com-fnlsslon
fnlsslon com-fnlsslon is to draft recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations for improving the social
and economic welfare of the
people of the Americas. It would
probably function in conjunc conjunction
tion conjunction with the Organization of
American States. :? Hi
Fabrega, who was once a can candidate
didate candidate for President, is a former
foreign minister who. is also a
professor at the University of
South For Cuba
JJSEW YORK, Aug. 16 (UP)-The
wbrld's largest fighting ship, the
U.- 5. mavy's aircraft carrier Sa
ratoga, will head south tomorrow
for Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and
. eight weeks of tests. The 60,000
ton vessel will stop at Norfolk,
Vs., to take aboard about 100
planes and complete loading oper
ation. After the cruise, the ship
will return to the Brooklyn Navy
.Yard. .; 'W; :
Weather Or Not
; ., Tkit woithor report, for the 24
" ikOHrt 4in .m. May,' it era
laro4 ty the Motoorological aod
Hi4ninph' Branch of Ike Psna Psna-:
: Psna-: M' Canal Company:
i BALBOA CRISTOIAl
'. mi. mpk)
T I B I $
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17
F..! -'! i", 'Hi, i ii s
t ,. a so it answer njmern away
! wrothbut dam few' salesmen,
Let the people
Inter-American Municipal Parley Open
To General Public, If Space Permits
AH municipal-minded Isthmians
will have a chance m Saturday to
attend the opening sessioa of the
Sixth Meeting' of the Inter-Amerv,
can Congress of Municipalities.
President Ricardo'Arias will
nea the Congress at 10 ajn: Min
ister of 'Government and Justice
Alejandro Remon, who is chair chairman
man chairman of1 the local committee, in
charge of the meeting, will give
the address' of welcome to some
400 delegates.- -'-:,;;
About 50 are expected from' the
United States, a number from
Puerto Rico 100 or wr from Panar
ma and about six from the Canal
Zone civic councils ;
The secretary' general of the lo local
cal local committee, ; attorney." Alfonso
Herrera y Franco, has announced
that though invitations have; been
issued to the opening, it has been
scheduled in the assembly hall at
Panama University to permit all
interested persons to attend also.
Becauta of the large number
of delegates It is deuhtful
whether there will bt room for
many spectators in the Bella
Vict Rowm ef Hotel Bl Pint Pint-ma,
ma, Pint-ma, where the othor seulont will
.bo JieldV." i-.'-v."-,
-There will be.' spot ranslations
with -earphones Into two languag languages
es languages other than that of. the speaker.
Thi three languages to be used
Nairai Var College
t Wfr.W PrtRT R. 1; Au(. 16 (UP)
vi- Adm. Lvnde D. Me cor-
mlck. President of the navai war
College, died today .after.; nean
attack. He -was ei. o
, Mo rnrmirk was at one time de
puty chief of naval operations. He
also' served oneuy aa vui ui vi
val nnM-atiniUL. ..
For two years before becoming
head of the war college in .1954.
M Cnrmick was buoreme. Aiiiea
Comrtandeif of the NATO ;Atlail
k vstoran Wtlnshln officer Mc
rmlib an thn inn of the late
Vice Adm. A. M. Dupuy Me Cor-
nloV nf thn Naw Medical vurys.
He graduated second in his class
from Annapolis in 1915 and was
aboard the battleship Wyoming at
ths surrender of the German High
Fleet ending .World war i. -At
the outbreak of World War
II, Mc Cormlck was War. Plans pf pf-r;..r
r;..r pf-r;..r 4nr Atm Chester Nimitz,
Commander in Chief of th.-Psct-fic
Fleet. He took command of the
h.tttpthiii fininh Dakota in' 1943
and in 1945 beadea oaiuesmp uvi-
sion three during the .OKinawa
la. 1950-51, Mc Cormlck was De
puty Chief 01 N aval uperauons. nc
took over briefly at the death of
Chief of Naval Operations Forrest
P. Sherman hi 1951. --
Mc Cormick's eldest son, Cmdr.
Mrmtrn -'fi Mc Cormick. : was
viiixi in k ius nlane crash in Aus'
tralia. Another son, Lynde D. Mc
rrmii ir -w a lieutenant com
m.nHr in the Nivv. and t third
nil j jptt (CQ) Mc Cormick
a lawyer who was severely wound-
Mi m worm war u wnue in mc
Mann Corns. He also leaves
wife. Mr, lillian Addison !pngg
Mc CormicksOt aan mego, viu
It Will Use Veto
Agalnit jed China
WASHINGTON, Aug. 16 (UP) .I
Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge
Jr. declared anew yesterday the
United States; will use its veto if
necessary to keep .Red China out
of the United Nations: ;
Lodge, chief V. .&. delegate to
the U. Ni, said in a letter to Sen.
John Marshall Butler (R-Md.)'the
idea ofnermitting Red China to
sit in the U.N. is "unthinkable."
Butler made, the letter public.
He said Lodge wrote to him in an answer
swer answer to a letter inaulrinC about U.
S. intentions regarding any future
oia lor u.in. admission oi cea
China. '. ., f. v",: : -."There
is no point on which I
feel more strongly Lodge said.
He called the conduct of the Red
Chinese regime "That of an inter
national bandit and blackmailer.!
. Open Season-..
. SALTA, Argentina, Aug. 16 (UP)
A soccer game between inmates
of the local jail and an outside
team, exploded into a' free-for-all
yesterday. Two of the inmates rec
ognized one of the outsiders as a
police agent and' attacked him. 1
... .....:...... r-is5
know the truth end the
PANAMA, R P THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1956
are Spanish,. English and Portu Portuguese.:
following SaturdavY session
delegates will attend a buffet
luncheon at Panama Golf Club as
the guests of Esso Standard Oil
Co. :"':: ..-.,
From the club, delegates will'co
w ,ine rreswent Kemon Kace Kace-track
track Kace-track for the running' of a sneoial
"Handicp of the Sixth Meeting of
the Inter-American Congress of
un iunday at 1 n.m.-delegates
will start an insoection tour of the
canai as guests of Gov. W. E.
Potter. The expedition will in include
clude include observation of lockage oper
ations at Miraflores and Pedro
Miguel and a trio through Gailiard
' In the evening there will be a
apodal "Puerto Rican Night" of
entertainment in Hotel El Pana
ma with the Puarto Rican muni muni-cipaf
cipaf muni-cipaf group as hosts.
Delegates will get down to work
at b a.m. Monday In the Bella Vis
ta Silon.- ( i. ,,'; u,"'. ff
Celso Carbonell.' rjresidint nf th
Panama Association of Engineers
and Architects, will give an ad
dress on the "Expansion and De Development
velopment Development of Urban and Surbur-
ban Areas. 4 i
At 12:30. delesates will call on
President Arias and enjoy a buffet
at ine rresiaencia.v
Afternoon sessions will include
talk by Dr. Cesar A. Quintero, pro professor
fessor professor of administrative law and
political sciences at the Universi
ty of Panama. :
working sessions wilr continue
on Tuesday and Wednesday.; and
the meeting will close Thursday.
loiiowing a plenary session.
Besides Herbert Emmerich of
Chicago, president of the Ameri
can Committee for International
Municipal Cooperation, the latest
list of those expected from the
States includes: ..:.:v..j.y?!-
Leon Abranson. vice mayor of
Baltimore; Miss Jean Arthur, ma mayor
yor mayor of Union, S. C, Victor H.
Blanc, vice mayor oi Philadel
phia; C. W. Bondie, New Orleans
councilman, also William Burg
man and More H. Brown of ,Mew
Orleans; Matt Cunningham, ma mayor
yor mayor of Lakeland. Fla., and Guer Guer-rv
rv Guer-rv Robbins of the same town;
Charles H. Dad, city manager of
San Diego and Frank curran
of that citv. Gerald Desmond of
Long Beach; G. Edward Frias of
Tennessee; u. a. mrreii. a cny
manager; J. Patrick Healf, Jr.,
Gen. De Gaulle
Due Saturday; ;
Bound For Tahiti
Geri. Charles De Gaulle, lead
er of' the Free French Forces
during World War II, and cur
rently active in politics, la due
to reach Cristobal Saturday a
board the French Line ship Ca Caledonia.
ledonia. Caledonia. .5. : t i
With his wife and a party of
three the General is bound lor
TahitL v. ;.:.-;,;."'
the vessel i due. at ft a.m.
After transiting the canal, it is
scheduled to sail from Balboa at
- French Line officials were un
certain todav whether the Gen
eral would stay aboard for the
BOSTON, Aug. 16 (UP) Gov.
Christian A Herter said today
he will ask. that his name be
withdrawn if it is placed In.
nomination for Vice President
at the Republican national con con-vention.
vention. con-vention. i'l-'t .,.':
Herter, who had been boosted
by Harold stasscn as president
Eisenhower's running mate, said
"the continued use of my name
as a candidate for vice president
is entirely ; unacceptable.
-As I have already stated, I
am happy, to place in nomina nomination
tion nomination the name of Richard Nixon
for that office," Herter said in
"The vice president has made
a' notable contribution to the
service of the American people
and we should be glad that he
Is willing to serve for another
term. '--'?. :: -v--.,'': v. :
"I have already requested that
no one place my name before
the convention as a nominee for
vice president.' a a
"I wish to make It very clear
that if this should be done a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst my specific request," Her Herter
ter Herter said, "I shall ask Joe Martin
(Rep. Joseph W. Martin Jr., -per
country is safe" Abraham Unccln.
managing director of the Ameri-i
can Municipal Association: Dan-
iel Webster Roan, mayor of Mil- R. Tucker, mayor of St. Louis, Mo.
waukee; Edward A. Maricini of One Canadian mayor has made
Chicago; Seth Miller of Pasadena, reservations. He is Leo A. Lan Lan-Calif.;
Calif.; Lan-Calif.; Powell D. Lee. mayor of drivelle of.Sudburv. Ontario.
CHICKS IK THF UiVtt'
straw, as a sextet of California beauties add glamor to a pile
of hay. The bevy of barnyard beauties was publicizing a
county fair at Santa Rosa, Calif. r t
GRACE NOTE Day-old fawn is tuned to the business t. t.-learning
learning t.-learning to walk by his mother at National Music Camp's
menagerie, Interlochen, Mich.
relative the fawn's father.
manent chairman of the con convention)
vention) convention) to have my name, with withdrawn."
drawn." withdrawn." r
H said he was writing Martin
"expressing my wishes in ,: the
mftttcr'' "'' ',j'
Former New i York I G o v. v.-Thomas
Thomas v.-Thomas E. Dewey predicted
. after a conference with Presi President
dent President Eisenhower yesterday, yesterday,-Nixon
Nixon yesterday,-Nixon will be p,'cked as the
number two man on the W56
GOP ticket. :
Dewey said he was "quite con confident"
fident" confident" the vice' president will be
renominated at the Republican
National Convention at San
Francisco next week because he
"is entitled'" to it. ... v
The former governor, a lead leading
ing leading GOP strategist, would not
say whether he and Mr. Elsen
hower discussed Nixon's future
during their 30-minute White
House meeting. He said only
that they talked about politics
and the Republican convention.
Harold E. stassen, the Presi President's
dent's President's disarmament adviser, de declined
clined declined to comment on Dewey's
prediction but kept on with his
campaign to replace Nixon with
Miami Beach, Fla.; Ted Sexton of
Leavenworth. Kan. and Raymond
nn VbH ihn t,rtrttv In k.
Interested onlooker is a deer
Of Name As Candidate
Stassen, who Is on "political"
leave from his White House post,
defended Nixon against Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic attacks. He told a news
conference that Democrats' at
their Chicago convention tried
to "put words in Nixon's mouth
that he has never spoken.'.' He
did not elaborate. : m ;
, Claiming his drive for Herter
Is "steadily growing," Stassen
said he will leave for San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco tomorrow, to press his
dump-Nixon campaign at : the
Republicans convention which
opens there next Monday.
- Dewey gave no direct hint of
Mr. Eisenhower's views on Nix Nixon's
on's Nixon's candidacy. The President
has said he .would be "delighted!?
with Nixon as a running-mate
but has refused to slam the door,
at least publicly, on a possible
alternative..;- .', :s
Asked for his own views on
Nixon's renomination chances,
1 have assumed all along
that he will be nominated. I
have personally felt he has been
the most useful vice president in
history. He has lent more stature
to that office, grown more, and
MIAMI, Aug. 16 (UP) Hurri
cane Betsy early today beat a stea steady
dy steady retreat into the Atlantic from
the U.S. mainland it once threaten threatened,
ed, threatened, ending hours of uncertain wob wobbling
bling wobbling thet spread jitters from Flo Florida
rida Florida to North Carolina..
Hurricane hunter planes report
ed the small but vicious tempest
stopped drifting at random early
today and began to move steadily
to the Northeast at about 13 miles
xne hurricane naa Kiiiea- at least
30 persons in a slash through the
East, and for a time, aimed direct
ly toward the Florida East coast.
the Miami Weather Bureau (at
6 a.m. EDT) locate- the center 450i
miles east of Jacksonville, rla..
and nredicted the hurricane would
continue its seaward course for a
lest the next 12 hours.
Winds still whirled around the
contor at 120 milos par hour.
Hurricane winds of 75 milts an
hour swept 15 milos to the north north-oast
oast north-oast while galas wore Hung 200
Ships in the path of the hur
ricane were warned to use cau-
Th Miami weather bureau lo
oted Betsv. which laimed ar es
timatPri 30 lives in a vicious slash
over Puerto Rico and the lesser
Antilles, some 270 miles east of
Orlando. Fla. in a 5 P.m. east ad-.
The tropic howler had been aW
most stationary lor six nours, iue
weather bureau said, although Its
120-mile-per-hour winds had drut
H cliuhtlw north. ' ..
- Chief forecaster Gordon E. Dunn
..m knnifvur that "There is no
indication that the hurricane
Led Uns 7
5C3r 537 Make
Locals 900 and 907 art now
affUiated with the American
Federation of State, county and
Municipal Employes, AFL-CIO.
A statement from William H.
Sinclair, international represen representative
tative representative of the AFSCME, AFL-CIO
on the Isthmus, pointed out that
the Government and Civic Em-.
nloveR Oreranlzlnir Committee
and AFSCME have ratified and
completed merger agreements.
The merged union, with a cur current
rent current membership of 160,000, will
be known as the American Fed Federation
eration Federation of State,.- County and
Municipal Employes until a more
appropriate name la decided on
to give adequate coverage to the
Of direct Interest to Local 900
and Local 907 Is the added pow power
er power of legislative representation
and th new International exec
utive officers who will now be
linked wltn jsmmian Dor aa
Arnold S. Zander, long time
president of the AFSCME, will
head the new federation, while
Milton Murray who was Secretary-Treasurer
of the GCEOC,
will serve as Administrative Vice
President, Robert E. Pruitt, of
Detroit, and Joseph Collins,1 of
New York, both of GCEOC, will
serve as general vice presidents,
other ton officers in the new
organization are: Gordon W.
Chapman, Secretary Treasurer,
and Thomas Morgan, Director of
Anthony J. Federoff, who
headed the GCEOC, since its in
ceptlon, has returned to his for
mer post with tne united states
Workers of America, while R. J.
Thomas, who has always played
an important role In GCEOC,
has been assigned to the office
of AFL-CIO President George
Meany as a staff assistant:
Local 900 will continue to ex
erclse Jurisdiction over non-U-S.
citizen employes of the Canal
Zone Government, Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Co., while Local 907 exercis exercises
es exercises jurisdiction over Armed Forc
es local employes.
done more than anybody else.
"He certainly is entitled to re re-nomination,
nomination, re-nomination, and I am quite con confident
fident confident he will be renominated."
: Dewey is the second Republi Republican
can Republican big-wig to come away from
a meeting with Mr. Eisenhower
this week predicting Nixon's re re-nomination.
nomination. re-nomination. '"
Senate Republican Leader
Will am F. Knowland, who has
had political differences with
his fellow Californian, said
Monday after a White House
conference Nixon again would
be Mr. Eisenhower's running
" mate. -. "' i
Like, Dewey, BInowland would
not say whether he discussed
Nixon with the President v
. Dewey, who became the Re Republican
publican Republican presidential nominee
twice In three tries, said he
could not think of any circum circumstances
stances circumstances that would cause him to
run for the vice presidency or
any other public office.
He shied away from questions
concerning stassen's : efforts to
dump Nixon. He said a switch
from Nixon "would require a
radical and unlorei eeable
change In my thinking."
To Give S
turn back toward land. Its move movement,
ment, movement, if any, will be erratic for
another 24 hours. But eventually
we expect Betsy to continue on its
course out into the Atlantic Ocean."
- Meanwhile, a new area of dis disturbed
turbed disturbed weather appeared on. the
upper portion of s low centered
near Guadeloupe, another victim of
BeUy, and appeared to be moving
west-northwest at about 15 miles
an hour with maximum winds of
30 to 40 miles an hour.
Tha San Juan weathir bureau,
said the now low appeared to bo
forming on a wing of an easterly
wava which flared up suddonly
' to post a throat to rho Virata
Islands and Puerto Rico but
now sotms to bo woaktning.
Reports tricklinz in from Puertn
meg ami me Lesser Amines told
today of the fearful destruction
visited upon these islands by Bei-
Kico and the Lesser Antilles told
The Washington weather bureau
ud it received a report from
said it received a report
naijju n i g g s, meteorologist in
charge of the bureau's hurricane
forecast office at San Juan, that
iz persons were killed on Puerto
Kico Sunday. ; ,. t;.
Higgs said mora than 40,000
homes en tho island suffered
severe damage, .about half of
A short-circuit which occur
red when a private automobile
crashed into a ielectric-Ueht
post left residents of Jose Fran
cisco ae ia ossa Avenue and the
wnoie San Miguel and Calido-
nia burroughs without electric
current for some time last night.
ine anver oi tne automobile
Ricardo Marcial Lomedico. 22
and his companion, j Edu&rdo
unusion. were both inlureri. th
Lomedico annarentlw Incf
trol of the vehicle at the inter intersection
section intersection of .the atehue and Do
mingo Espinar Street and glanc glanced
ed glanced off against th wall nf. nMr-
oy ounaing alter crashing into
the post. :
A medical report from Santo
Tomas Hospital said Lomedico
had been, drinking.
5hul Uo S!::p v
Af fer 55 Yc$ ;:
DETROIT, Aug. 16 (UP)-Pac-ard,
a proud automotive name in
this city for 58 years, was closing
up shop today.
Top executives, most of them
out of jobs, speculated that th
Packard name may appear on the
high-priced Studebaker line.
The concrete effects of the ab absorption
sorption absorption of Studebaker-Packard
Corp By Curtiss-Wright Corp. two
weeks ago came thudding home
here tins week. 4
The East Grand Boulevard As
sembly Plant was beine dismatled
and put up for sale as soon aa pos-
sipie. ine uinnor uoav. fiant nas
been sold to Chrysler. Defense
works at these Detroit plants are
being shifted to the Utica, Mich.,
Engine Plant, to become the hub
of the local defense works of the
Utica-Bend subsidiary of curtiss-
J)nly 1,500 of what was 10,500 10,500-man
man 10,500-man hourly work force a few
months ago remains on the job.
These are working on defense pro production.
duction. production. -' : i '. 1 -Packard
executives who drew
termination pay after the merger
and resignation of President James
J. Nance were announced includ
ed Vice Presidents Ray P. 'Pow 'Powers,
ers, 'Powers, and Roger. E. Bremer, i Oth Other
er Other executives and hundreds of of
fice staffers also drew final
All auto production is being shift
ed to thn Studebaker works at
South Bend, but the 1957 models of
the firm were mysteries,
CLE.". 1112 i'.lllS
sfcry cn pat 10
thorn demolished. On Gutdelou Gutdelou-po,
po, Gutdelou-po, li wtro known dead and two
mora wtro killed on St.-Croix.
Damage was also widespread on
Dunn said Betsy's split away
from the influence of a "cold low
er loft" saved Florida and pos-
sibly the Carolinas. He- said this
upper cold stream tugged Betsy
toward the Florida coast for four
days and, on breaking away, the
hurricane .turned sharply away
from the coast.
"The cold lower loft continued
on its west-northwest movement,"
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PfCSCfiJ OS EXCfCISS
WATERTOWN, Mass., Aug. 1U
(UP) Dr. Paul Dudley White
says President Eisenhower "is :
too thin." -
"He needs to put on weight,"
White, who treated the Presi President
dent President after his heart attack last
September, said in a talk here
White tola some 200 Hood Rub Rubber
ber Rubber Co. workers who volunteer volunteered
ed volunteered for heart research that Mr.
Elsenhower "needs regular exer exercise."
cise." exercise." ,
"He has been living" a careful carefully
ly carefully planned, better regulated life
since his heart attack," White
said, adding that the President's
coronary attack was similar to
attacks experienced i by many
other persons "whot live the
type of life we lead."
'The trouble with Americans is
that they live on rich food,
drive automobiles and fall to get
the proper amount of exercise,"
he said. "And worst of all, they
go home at night, turn on their
television set and promptly fall
Secundo Rueda, 26, Panama Panamanian;
nian; Panamanian; was fined $10 today in Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Magistrate's C o u r t for
failure to have his bus Inspect Inspected
ed Inspected and to show a certificate to
Juana Elena Rodrguez, 24,
Panamanian, was convicted 'of
vagrancy on Fourth of July
Aveneu. She was fined $10 and
acutcnccu ou uas ui jail, fun
the jail term was suspended.
Imposition ,of sentence on
three other Vagrants was sus
pended. They were Hector Ellas
Jaramillo, 19. Panamanian; Car
los Alberto Edwards, 18, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, and Otilio Caceres, 31,
Jose Barraza, 38, Panamanian.
was fined $10 for moving his
truck without seeing it could be
done safely, but payment of the
nne was suspended.', ..-.
Of Belgian Mine
MARCINELLE. Belgium. Aue.
16 (UP) ? A Socialist newspaoer
said yesterday ther were public
demands for a special session of
Parliament to investigate the
worst coai mine disaster in Bel Belgium's
gium's Belgium's history last week, t
The daily .Le Peupfe said it was
believed in some circles that a -debate
on the mine disaster might
heln .establish a new code of safe
ty to prevent future accidents..
. Mpsnwh.le. work went nn in inn
hunt for the bodies of the estimat estimated
ed estimated 263 men killed in the mine firs
and cave-in. Thus far, 94 bodies
hove been recovered. Another 129
still are missing. Only six surviv survivors
ors survivors reached the surface.
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