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PANAMA, R. P FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1S5C
LOCAL 900 SAYS
' HOT RAISED
! Officials of Local 908, AFS AFS-CMS
CMS AFS-CMS (AFIi-CIO), declared to-'
day after conferring- with
President Ae'as, it was obvious
the Panamanian negotiators,
did not raise- the anion't re request
quest request for postponement of loss
of Zone privileges with repre- ;
aentatives of the United States
- government during talks held
T with George S. Roderick and
Henry F. Holland. 1
: Roderick, the Undersecretary
cf the Army, is presently on the
Isthmus. Holland,, who 1 Assis Assistant
tant Assistant Secretary of State for Latin
America,, was here a few days
"It Is evident," the union of officials
ficials officials sald.'that the 'Panama
government Is not willing to
seek postponement of the can cancellation
cellation cancellation of commissary, club clubhouse
house clubhouse and free-importation priv privileges
ileges privileges until the VS. Congress
had time to approve legislations
on the Canal Zone single wage
ecale and the extension of the
Civil Service Retirement Act to
non-U JB. citizen employes of
Union officials were called to
the Presldencia today to contl-
nue discussions on problems a a-rising
rising a-rising out of the treaty revision
and will see President Arias a a-j
j a-j gain, next week. ,;. ,.. -.
Union officials pointed out
that it was deeply regretted that
th emDloyes take-home "pay
will be greatly reduced as a re-i
suit of the loss oi privileges wr.n
no equal monetary compensation
"Although the position of
' : Panamanian Government effl effl-ials
ials effl-ials has always Indicated that
. through treaty .- commitments
the U.S. : Government ? would
have to raise, wages te. Com Compensate
pensate Compensate the loss In take home
pay which employes residing,
' in the, Republic, will experlr;
ence, union officials have been-
told bluntly time and again,
1 both here and in Washington,
vrnnat tne us uovcrnnicuv u
nn nhlipai on to do SO." :
X ., VL.it
empires should be compensat compensated.
ed. compensated. .-jx-iy-''-1 y":x'-
Hj was also reported as say-
In? that he had been assured by
both Holland and Roderick that
Congress will act as early as pos possible
sible possible next year to approve those
bills which were designed to
benefit non-UA citizen employ employes,
es, employes, v t '-""'
nnlnn officials stated.' how
ever, that the Congress of the
United states Is a most unpre
dictable Institution an they
wold onlv be convinced when
this becomes a reality.
' The anion's statement point
ed out that until there is suf suf-ciclenf
ciclenf suf-ciclenf -evidence to indicate,
that a fair deal is in the mk-
ing for : non-U. S. citirn
workers the fight for just.ee
will continue relentlessly.-
-1 Officials who represented the
local union, ot .the conference
Tiarold W. -? Rerrie. chairman
Santiago Graham, recording ani
corresDOndine secretary, ana
AFSCMA (AFL-CIQ) Interna
tional representative William H
Several young- members of the
armed forces were convicted of
traffic offenses-during yester-
days and today s sessions oi sal
boa Magistrate's Court.
Raymond Ecnjamin' Crayton,
23. AiTrlcan airman, charged
his initial plea, of not guilty to
uilty of a charge of. driving
while intoxicated. He was fined
-1100.- :'- :;.-.. .,
The offense was committed on
; Tivoli Avenue Ancon, at 4:30 a.
. ..Aug. 12. :,
Charles Kenneth Bradshaw, 19,
American soldier, paid a fine of
$10 for driving his ear to the left
i of the center of the roadway.,
' John Curtis Hamon, "22, an
other American, soldier, was lin lined
ed lined $10 for speeding 48 m.p.h. In
a 40 -mile zone on Bruja Road.
. Imposition of sentence 'was
, suspended for two other Bruja
v .... i-' .' t
Joseph Barral, 38, and Realbe
Shea .Wiley, 23, both American
soldiers, had been driving 50
m.p.h. in a 40-mile zone.
, Wqcd Crcver
VILLA JUAREZ, Mexico, Aug
7 (UP) Agustin Ccballos was
arrested yesterday as he busily
harvested a 13 ton crop of man
juana. ... .
On Reduced St
-- ; The Navy Department Has announced that the U.S.
Naval Station, Coco Solo will be reduced to a partial partial-maintenance
maintenance partial-maintenance status. .1 "''v;'"
; f The change will not be immediatefbut will b ex extended
tended extended over: a seven-montK period. Plans are now Under Underway
way Underway to complete the1 revamping of the station by March
- Plana havt not reached a atage Where it can be said
how many military 'and civilian jobs- will be done away
with.' ; ,:;v4;':''?:'-;.:;
ta- ;th'Tlnterest or economy,
the "Naval Department has re
distributed the responsibilities
of the Naval Station such that
it can perform its task in a partial-maintenance
status, the Na Navy
vy Navy has announced. .: :
This reduction m status aiso
necessitates a reduction in force
of both military and civilian per-
The United States Naval Sta
tion, Coco solo has been oper operating
ating operating under Its present designa designation
tion designation since May 1943.
However, a naval facility was
originally- established at Coco
Solo in May 1918. In April of
1920 the Naval Air Station. Co
co Solo was established and lat later
er later disestablished and redesignat
ed, as a Navai station.'
During the period from July
fcay 'Frd Co:sl
WASHINGTON, Aug. IT UP)
Hurricane Betsy swept farther oat
tpsea today; diminishing Ms threat
to the New England Coast.
' The weather bureau, said the
once-powerful hurricane was pick
ing up speed but steadily losing
The Bureau said Betsy packed
winds clotVei it ? mrh rar il
center a c" (f :i r
since , ... ...
(ThWs ... nMe? r Fmeau
piacea ine center oi ire s arm M
a.m., about 320 mi.es east ot
Norfolk, Va., travelling, a north-;
The bureau- said Betsy was
sweeping more and more toward
the northeast at 23 mph. The hur hurricane
ricane hurricane was expected to continue:
its present course at -the same or1
slightly greater speeds for the next
12 hours. Then It is expected to
speed, up.. t'.'!-:"i' '.lf.t,'--V
Weathermen said if Betsy con continues
tinues continues in its present direction it is
not expected to threaten the New
England States witn eiuier mgn
winds or heavv rains; v
However, the Bureau warned
that Betsv still sacks a dangerous
punch. Ships were warned to stay
Clear oi uic uuiumuc mj.
The bureau said gales extend
2.50' miles to the northeast and east
from Betsy's center and 125 miles
in other 'directions,
Tcld To Quit
TORONTO, Aug 17 -,TUP)
Magistrate Crawford Guest told
a 75-vears-old grandmother': to
day "it's time you were i get
ting out of the bootlegging busi
ness." as he fined her $100 or
two months in jad on a charge of
RP Expectant, iMoihers, Children Receive
Anti-Polio Vaccine At 10 Cents To $10
- Approximately' ,500 children
and pregnant women were given
Salic anti-polio. vaccinations in
Panama City yesterday as the
Panama vaccinations got under underway
way underway for children from 6 months
to six years old' and expectant
From 8 a.m. until noon yester yesterday
day yesterday a total ot 412 minors and
erownuD were vaccinated at
the seven vaccination centers In
Panama City, but vaccination
lagged during the- afternoon
hours owing to the fact that the
number of r-ersons with vacci vaccination
nation vaccination nrioritv cards issued up
to yesterday, was only 567. A to total
tal total of 766 resquests had been
submitted as of yesterday.
Vaccination and registration
were resumed this morning,
Persons requesting, vaccination
are being asked to pay as much
as they can afford ior ine vac
Payments made yesttrday
ranered from 10 rents to $10 for
a total of Jl.5o8.85.
Mean- title, the Panama Ro Rotary
tary Rotary Club has avreed to raie its
own lund to help to polio vac
clnatlon campaign being wae
ed by the National Anti-Polio
Foundation led by' First, Lady
Mrs. Olga Arias..
1950 until February 1951 Coco
Solo operated in a partial-main
Partial maintenance is not a
term pf deactivation. . ;
It is a condition assigned Na
val; facilities which dictate re reduced
duced reduced operating commitments
and continuing the use of those
mtra-iacuuies and utilities that
have, been .determined essential
to penult occasional use by op
erating units wnen ana u re
quired. : ;
Sbli 10-Day Term.
An American student who ap
pealed a conviction for reckless
driving that was handed down
in- Balboa Magistrate's Court
Wednesday withdrew his appeal
yesterday afternoon. s
: Edward R. Henry, 19, of Cvi
rundii went to Balboa jail where
he began serving the 10 day
term to which he, was sentenced.
Judge John Demlng passed the
sentence after tour women pe
destrians testified that be forced
them to scurry Into the crass ior
safety as he drove his car along
4th Street in Curundu on the
evening of Aug. 4. No sidewalk
exMs at fit roint.
The four ladies, including
. k siU),.! i .. j..,.,
, a, v 'thr.r t ..on.
defendant admitted this.
Youns Henry had previously
been convicted of several traf
fic charges. '-.
b Fc:o CI C":r;.!::3
James A. Van Dyke, 34, Amer American,
ican, American, received a dash of chlorine
In his face yesterday, but was
not Denevea to nave oeen seri
H- is, an employe of the wa
ter laboratorv at Gamboa.
Report of the accident: lndl-i
cated that van Dyke was turn turning
ing turning on- some liquid chlorine
tanks so that the chemical could
feed into the raw-water line.
One tank valve was apparently
lmm-ODeHv connected. This per
mitted the chemical to squirt
out into Van Dyke's face.
An emergency call was made
to Gamboa station and an oxy
gen tank, was sent to his assist
ance. ; c I:-
. A doctor from Gorgas Hospital
speed to the scenetreated Van
Dyke and sent him home after
having given the opinion that
the man's face had suffered no
FntST GIRL uridt r six years of age to receive a' Salic vaccine
injection yesterday at. the Emlllano Ponce Health Center here
is little Lydia E. Hernandez, 4, vho criel She Is being held by
r; -. her fatherFedro Hernandez of Panama City, .--
2 in Reiser
WASHINGTON. Aug. IT (UP)
The Justice Department today
announced tne arrest of two ex-
convicts in connection with the
acid blinding of labor columnist
Victor Riesel in New York last
April 5. It also named a dead
man as the one who threw acid
Into Riesel's face. --
.The department said, FBI a a-gents
gents a-gents have taken Into custody
Joseph. peter Carlino, 43, and
Gondolfo Mlranti, 37, both of
New York City. u. i r
They were charged with con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy to obstruct justice. i
The' d e p a r tment named
Abraham Tel vi," now dead, as
a co-eonspirator in the attack.
It said the FBI "developed evi evidence
dence evidence that Telvi was the one
who actually threw the acid."'
' Telvi's body, with a bullet, hole
In the back of the head, was
found on a street In the Lower
East side Of New York City ear
ly the moraine of July 28.
Telvi. who was 21. had several
arrests on his record for various
. The department said Mlranti
was in Lindy's restaurant on the
night of the attack shortly be before
fore before Riesel. left the restaurant
The acid attack occurred on. the
street after Riesel left the res restaurant.
taurant. restaurant. ; i -,
Car lini using the name Jo Joseph
seph Joseph He at the time, met Tel Telvi
vi Telvi in New York City and drove
him to a hitleout near Youngs-"
town, O., a few weeUs after the
l(ick on i e c" 'st. t
'; ebin" l i f -- st
Commissioner for tne Southern
District of New York. 1
The Department did not ex
plain the charges of conspiracy
to obstruct justice brought a a-galnstthem.
But a department spokes spokes-wan
wan spokes-wan noted that Riesel, at the
titme of the attack, waa work working
ing working with Federal D'strict At Attorney
torney Attorney Paul Williams In his in investigation
vestigation investigation of labor racketeer racketeering.
ing. racketeering. This Indicated the charges
were brought on grounds the
attack amounted to a conspira conspiracy
cy conspiracy to obstmct the investigation.
- The conspiracy- statute pro provides
vides provides a fine of not more than
$10,000 and a maximum Impris
onment ot live years. Tne ost
struction of justice statute pro provides
vides provides a maximum of five years
and a $5,000 fine.
Burned By Wife :
- BOGOTA, Colombia, Aug. 17
(UP) Jose Tabares Escobar
won a $4,000 lottery prize recently
and hid the money from his wife
inside an old mattress.' His wife
burned the mattress yesterday
"because1 it was too old and was
in my way." ....
- - (NEA Telephotor
GIVES, HIS VIEW OF STEVENSON At his news conference
in Chicago, former President Harry Truman says he believes
that Adial Stevenson lacks the necessary "fighting spirit" of a a-.
. a-. r' Democratic presidential nominee.
. ROME, Aug. 17 (UP)-Xn of-f
flcial Panamanian oeiegatiun
flew from Rome to Cairo last
night. It is presumed they may
d' ss "analr s" Ona! prnh-
' dif 1 .on v ? hc.i J by
.:a's a .ja ir to F "le.
Rafael Vallarmo.' lis depamue
was kept quiet and the embassy
declined to dlscuss details of Its
WlMUVUlt .-i, ,::.
X spokesman admHted how-,
ever that the delegation would
meet with Nasser. He pointed
to Panama' contention hat hat-the
the hat-the situations of the Sues Ca- t
nal and the ; Panama Canal
were 'analagous." ?
In J-ondon Wednesday Pana
manian ambassador KODerw
Arias used the "analogy'' argu-
ment In an omciai proves' -.
ir,tt. th omission of Panama
from the, London Suez confer
Arias yesterday callei at the
U.S. embassy in L,onaon aim
llvered a copy or me nu wi,u
he delivered to tne uruisn ior ior-elgh
elgh ior-elgh office" aa the convening
Arias was rtwiyru uj 0v..v 0v..v-fon
fon 0v..v-fon ni fitdti! John Foster Dulles,
the American ambassador Win-
throp Aldrich, ana minisier vyi vyi-worth
worth vyi-worth Barbour. v
in the note Panama protested
that It considered It "necessary
mrf convenient" that sbe parti
cipate in the talks pn the Suez
Canal since is naa iuuuou.tu iuuuou.tu-tal
tal iuuuou.tu-tal analogy ..with the Panama
The note poinieo om w
Tanama fc sovereign ot the
Canal Zone, : notwithstanding
the fact that she has conceded
to the United States certain
rights ef maintaining, opera operation,
tion, operation, sanitation, and protection
of the Canal" ; ( y i
tnama also orotested that
she should have, been given an
opportunity of participating' ia
the conierence pecuc m
Uon Panama Is the Sixth place
amongst nations using the Suez
Canal. '' :'
Today's delivery of a copy ot
the Panama note of protest to
Britain Wednesday was deliver delivered
ed delivered to the U.S. embassy as a cour
tesy gesture since, aiwjuugn v
the actual convenor of the con conference,
ference, conference, the United States is one
of the Big Three powers respon
sible for calling w.
t i. inriM-stnrxi that a similar
copy of the note will be deliy deliy-ered
ered deliy-ered to the French., , v ? .r;
Arias said he naa no comment
to make' on hi talks with
Dulles. i -.C: -, '.
Thft ranama posiuoa, u u-eording
eording u-eording to' Panamanian sourc sources,
es, sources, is that In -equity Panama
has no less rights over the
Panama Canal than Egypt ha
over the Sues waterway. -The
sources said that when
Panama handed over the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal to the United States
it entalned no transfer of sover sover-elgnty.
elgnty. sover-elgnty. but was merely the grant granting
ing granting of certain right, over the
Canal in trusts ;
These rights were the main maintenance
tenance maintenance of the canal, its, sanitation,-
operation, and ptotec-
. The Panama ..argument ; to
that if and when the necessl"
ty for these r flits ceases then
the niject nf t' e tnr4 also
t1'1 1 tr ,t r jst i v t to
aalusy between the
anama- Canal, the
is claim, is t.iat the
Suez and 1
ics of the 18S8
Constantinople convention of
the Suez Canal were emhodisrf
In the Hay-Pouncefoote treaty
of -1901 between v the United
State? and BriUin' "which dealt,
among qmer tnings,, with the
neutrality, of the Panama Canal.
! ranamanan dip 1 o m a t s
stressed that there was no sug suggestion
gestion suggestion of the question of any
revision of United S tates
rights over the Panama Canal
but that ''Panama is holdinr a
watching brief for the next'
generation of Panamanians,
in consequence Panama is is-vltally
vltally is-vltally interested in any deci-1
s'ons reached on the Sue Ca Canal
nal Canal because of its analogous
position ;!" ;
.It was stated that considera
ble annoyance has- also been
given Panama through her. ex exclusion
clusion exclusion from the Suez Confer Conference
ence Conference on the grounds that the
countries Invited were Judged by
the, owner tonnage rather than
flag tonnage of ships transiting
the-canal,. r 1 1-. ty w?
Panamanian g o u r ces : here
nointed to United states argu
ments that few ships flying the
Panamanian' flag were. in. fact
owned by Panamanian nation nationals.
als. nationals. 7;
They said that this was ho
longer correct and such an ar
gument to be used for excluding
Panama from the conierence
was "quite out of date."
As one source said: "If It were
really owner-nationals' tonnage
on which the invitations were
based, then Argentina ;, should
have been invited since Aristo Aristotle
tle Aristotle Onasslss Is an Argentine d-.
Pilots Strike 1
' Detail of a Seer Canal pi pilots'
lots' pilots' strike, and the Suex Con-:
ference in London,' are carried
on the back page. -
Kill One Aboard ;
Israeli Bus '' t
TEL AVIV. Israel. Auc 17 fUP)
Aral Infiltrators killed one per person
son person and critically wounded three
others aboard an Israeli bus in the
southern Negev Desert yesterday j
The vict'ms were eivilians.
. Israeli officials jaiQ the incident
was the most serious violence
since United Nations Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjtild paid
a second visit to the Middle. East
last month.""- i. ...,-.?:
The attack occjirred near Beer
MeRuh which means ''fountain
of relaxation'?, i while the bus
was headed south' on its regular
run to Eilath, an Jsraeh outpost
city on the Gulf oi Aktfbt, t
To Choose Adlais
' CHICAGO, Aug. 17 (UPJ-Adlai E. Stevenson opened
up a free-for-all scramble for second -place on the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic ticket today after winning the Presidential nomi nomi-nation
nation nomi-nation by an overwhelming majority on the first ballot.
x Srevenson's precedent breaking decision to let a
free" convention choose his running-mate thii afternoon
was hailed, by veteran Democratic strategists as a bril brilliant
liant brilliant maneuver. - t .w
It was designed to focus public attention on Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's health and the expected Republican re re-nomination
nomination re-nomination 0f Vice President Richard M. Nixon the
main Democratic issues in the coming campaign.
, Stevenson announced his decision to wildly cheering
convention delegates and to the nationwide television
audience' soon after he had won the right to make a -second
try for the White House against Mr. Eisenhower.
He won the Presidential nomination in a walk, polling
903 of the 1,372 votes on the first ballot., comoletelv over
whelming Cor AvereU Harrjman of New York who oot
oniy 4iu votes: t
' The startling news that Stev Stevenson
enson Stevenson would lorego the Presi Presi-dnt,ml
dnt,ml Presi-dnt,ml nominee's traditional
rvif r-t lvt!tirir te--Vie-VI
'Co.ui .11.,1 Ci.viiCO ImCf) .' tut
c-Tntion Into turmoil, -v ,v ;
'. .e smoke-filled room came
into its own again as scores of
deiceations were called w aitsr
midnight caucuses. Party big big-shota
shota big-shota met for strategy huddles
in hotels aii over Chicago.
ben. Estes Kelauver or Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee promptly announced he
was a vice presidential candi candidate,
date, candidate, Many political pros fore forecast
cast forecast that Kefauver would lead
the pack, at least en the first
ballot.; Kefauver launched an
all-night campaign to. round
v"I feel I have a very good op
portunity for, victory he said.
sen'. Hubert Humphrey of
Minnesota, already an avowed
candidatemet hurriedly with
his managers in an effort to
widen his farm-state, and labor
Six New England states oledz-
ed a solid core of lOS first ballot
votes to Sen. John F, Kennedy
of Massachusetts, s a :
Also expected to draw some
first ballot support were Gov.
Prank G. Clement of Tennessee.
Mayor Robert F., Wagner, Jr., of
ew xorK, oov. Robert B. Mey
ner i wew jersey, sen. Albert
Gore of Tennessee, Sen. Clinton
P. Anderson of New Mexico and
prooamy several others. ;
Stevenson's -official snokes-
man, Roger Tubby said Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson would be satisfied with any
Marines' Drovnfnj ;
Blamed. On Ac!
01 Men On Pcnlocn
CAMP PENDLETON. Ca 1 1 f'
Aug 17 UP The drowning of
xwo Marines during a bridge bridge-building
building bridge-building exercise Wednesday was
the result of an unexplained move
ment by .11 men that unset a non-
toon, Marine spokesmen said yes-
veraay .."-.c "v : ?- v
The other nine Marines swam to
safety or were pulleo from the wa
ter. All were thrown overboard In Into
to Into a small lake whet, they moved
to one end of the pontoon and tilt
cu' h snarpiy. ;.u ',.:,; ,--"t
1 Marine Corps officers promised
a full investigation of the drown drowning
ing drowning of the two' men who were i i-dentified
dentified i-dentified as Pfc. William Jordan
Jr., 21, 'of Detroitl and Pfc.
Charles H. Ingram, 21 of Liberty,
The Marines were members of
the 7th Engineer Battalion which
was demonstrating pontoon bridge
construction to members of a re reserve
serve reserve unit on the lake, spokesmen
said..1 ;,' W::v ,..-;;, v
It was the second water tragedy
in five months for the Marine
Corps. The drowning of six Ma Marine
rine Marine recruits at Parris Island, S.
C, resulted in thecourt martial
and conviction of Sgt. Matthew C.
of the "people who have been
mentioned so far".' as possible
nominees. , .:
gLt.ons turit fa, t m,. t
privately slip the V 1 to kry
delegations as to wmch of the
nominees he personally prefers.'
e meani .vwnat ha aald"
Tubby asserted, "it's an open
convention."- -, -(
I Party managers braced for a
sharp and possibly prolonged
floor fight. It could drag on
long enough to upset the time- 1
table which called for Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson and the vice presidential
nominee to deliver their ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance speeches at tonight's
scheduled I o'clock session.
"We'll have a beautiful donnr-
brook,"- predicted former Demo-
cratlc national chairman Ste Stephen
phen Stephen A, Mitchell. m
Former postmaster general
James A. Farley, party chairman chairman-during
during chairman-during the Roosevelt era, pre
dicted "many" ballots would be
Stevenson, as emected. car
ried off the Presidential nomi nomination
nation nomination by a big majority on the
first rou can. There naa been no
real doubt about the outcome
for the previous 36 hours.
With 686 V, votes needed to
win, the first ballot vote wuu
Stevenson 905 y2.
Gov. Averell Harrlman of New
Rep. James C. Davurol c
Former Gov. jonn B.Bauie oi
Virginia, 32V4. ' ,v
Gov. George sen nmmerman :
of South Carolina, 23Vi. .
Sen. stuart Symington of mis- -souri,
45. r 1
Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson of
Gov, Frank J. Lausche of Ohio,
Gov. A. B. Chandler of Ken Ken-tucky,
tucky, Ken-tucky, J6M(. j
Demand Own Ffcg
Ovei: US Bases r4
MANILA, 'Aug. 17 J.UP Thsj
Philippines demanded today tliat
American military bases here fly.
the Philippine flag and recog-
nize Jurisdiction of Philipplna i
laws.., .... .."..
Sen. Emmanuel Pelaei pres-,
ented the reauests In the third
session of the conference review-
ing the American base system 1Q 1Q-the
the 1Q-the Philippines.
"We do so believing1 that la
view of the nature and charac character
ter character of International communism
no country alone' can success successfully
fully successfully counter this threat."
But, he said, since the United
States has recognized Philippine
sovereignty over the bases, the
Philippine flag should ;b flown-
Over them. t ' '. 1
He also mentioned Jurisdiction
in .rperard to taxation customs i
1 m m I g r a tion, sanitation and
communication. 'Cmr" laws onr
these subjects, are -admittedly
applicable within the base s." ha
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THE MAIL BOX
I would like, through this medium, to suggest to Undersec Undersecretary
retary Undersecretary ox tne Army ueorge .stooeriM tnal, wuue ne is a voe
Gov ex near '8 mansion trua evening, tie ao a luwe reseaicp. oa a
matter whicn greatiy concerns coin civilians ana career military
men aown nere.
Specifically, be might ask Zonians he meets this evening
how tney got aiong wiia Col. JrLnry raxson, wno was ueutenaui,
governor of the auae lot a iung uuie uauet uie aejooia aanuo aanuo-istrauon
istrauon aanuo-istrauon here. My own imprssaion is mat rax&ua goi aiong
wen witn our civilians. Ha expensive ptuuctpauon in couung
here, ana his asosciation wHn me civic comicus, arev two. ex examples
amples examples supporting my viewpoint. .
II my reading of axson's accord with the civilian elements
in our community is correct, tnen tnere is a rpossiomiiy, uiat ne
mignt be being none a wroaj waico oucrc: u in -mwsivion
lo rignu ' ,.-s
' I hear by the grapevine, which thrives thick and flourish flourishing
ing flourishing between litre ana wasiunuion,'UiMi tomtnow mere aas Bu'
on axson s letora an annotavion tnat be cua not get on weii
wiut out civilians duribg nis tour qx tiuiy here.
; Thla annotation,- It is' said, has been' a key factor at Pax Pax-son's
son's Pax-son's aecisioa to ouit the Army aft 64. ite'iuea .. tnat, rwitr a
strike bkt that on rum., w w jaircuX:wtnwhft waiting rouna
lor promotion..; ;. , . .;. ; :
If the umpire who called that strike on Paxson was blind,
or maybe was looking in a mirror at the time, then RodericK,
vhn u somethlfttt like a commissioner )n th eArmy League, could
reverse the decision on the testimony of many, of the peoplthe details of Ihu work to under-
t be will be meeting this evening.
! An. DMMn AA
the unpopularity sweepstakes auring mat ume, tnero was ui
. overwhelming favorite who would push Paxson out to something
like 250-1 ia the betting, v -x:
It could very well be that paxson has reasons, of his own
for leaving the Army, and that this grapevlne-borao story of
. the adverse report on hi record Is out of focus. Roderick could
check that, tw.':;;-..'. v., V'- y :'7jTf:rU-
. At the umi time, so as not to seem to be collecting all the
J Information and not handing any ouf, Roderick might let the
t civilians who are-supposed to bave been at odds with Paxson
i know who It was that perceived and rsported this situation. In
other words, wno wrote raxson s emciency report. xora my
i lowly stance, there seems to have been only one man with au authority
thority authority to. That la former and. fcot-much-beloved Oov: seyboid.
J But Roderick is apt to know more of the bureaucratic setup In
i this regard than I da. ( ',,,.
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, 1 can oniy say- wit u v
hardly have been written by a
I on unpopuUiity. --
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J! Although I am not an American it was with great relief
'that I read of the selection or
Party nominee. H Is probably
1 enough by tee American people
carry him to the -White House.-
pro-Republican but cannot help
' President casennower, tne KepuDiican party's only, nresidentiai
'great, may be, almost too much
Although his bfehiK vvauuH
: ,ana nis party is lauaaoie, not to
j. necessary when there is someone like Adlai to take over. In
j times like these the worth of the man should come before party
i-vwuMuotaiuwia auu iui xiaa wuad iu. wc m every way.
!! v Countries watching the outcome of the Presidential nomine.
j'tlon would breathe a lot easier
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1 am. not pro-Democratic nor
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By VICTOR RII5EL
At exactly 9;3S .ra. Ust FYidsy,
the door of the Sheraton-Biack-stooe's
Suite 5014-10 opened and
Usians faced each other. They
osw ialed eahh other. .They
were Walter Keuther, ex-president
ma uu, ana Harry S. iruman,
ex-President of the United Slates.
Beuther hid sked tor the ap appointment
pointment appointment knowing well that there
would be anoiaer newsworthy
goest leaving just about that time
a leuow by name of Adlai Ste
venson. Truman, who never un
derestimates the power of a labor
leader, cut into his terrific shed-
ule to sit witn Reutner (or half
an Sour because the ex-piesident
correctly reckoned that heuthrr
tnougn not a delegate-is the most
lnnuenuai laoor man at the Denv
The Auto Unica chief does not
have to be a detente. He has a
bloc of soma 30 delegates to the
convention all members of Uie
UAW. And tney, have been cau caucusing
cusing caucusing regularly with Reuther at
the 1-aimer House and fiiackstone
UoteL . ..
The .Michigan lahnr Hplrcntinn
is boused at tne Palmer Hou&a but
us more than a fair sues that
Reuther controls many of the non non-labor
labor non-labor delegates too lor many of
mem were dropping in on Kculh
er's own suite at the Sberaton Sberaton-Bfackstone,
Bfackstone, Sberaton-Bfackstone, not too man v floon
frcf-ft Mr. Truman's presidential
Keuther did not 'come hv thii
political power easily. Everything
was as carefully manned as a
ninth-inning squeeze play in a
tied-up World Series same.
For the past four years, Reuther
has been buildine for this conven
tion. Out of his union's special
"Citizenship Fund" has come the
money tor tne brightest and most
uauuiuuunK precinct wort since
boss croker came a crooDer.
Keuthtr's people have worked at
everything trora tlooU relief to dis dispensing
pensing dispensing ice cold lemonade at coun
try fairs. -. ;-v !,;,,-'- ,.
jfou have to know something of
stand why Walter Reuther could
walk in on the most sought-after
i"-" I't On the heels of Adlai
Stevenson. :ust as the real eonven.
tion tuo-tnumping began.
At Micmgau s '15 state fairs
ngnt now, ine Auto Union people
and their allies are handin mests
yardsticks, shopping bags and po poetical
etical poetical literature. Some 2,000,000
peopie win pass tnrougn the por-
j ui uiese wir grounas. t
Last year this sort of activitv
netted the Auto Union's political
inwnus some iu.uuu names. That
many visitors to the faifs signed!
usis 10 receive laoor s pouticai in
erature. ; .-"r-i lf:
Typical, too, is the political ae4scrured. the markeU for all kinds
tion by UAV in -California. Thi
me union loaned Mtund equipment!
7"-. r-"v uuivn jraicuia w
their mends who werj tuniung in
:m puouc aaoress nrstems to
Ue recent Democratic primaries.
v un ine Saturday 1 beluro t tcesii
primaries, the unt.u dispatched
special teams to tne headauaneis
w candidates it fvared. Thesei
teams- pourea utaratur uito tl;e
maus ana streets, L i. ?
': 01 tOUrse. there. rinnarinr.o
of money and jbromst-all in sup4
fun w avaie ana ioctt-,canaioa:eji.
icnejor national office. Thus
the Auto Union and its 'eader Duve
build around Reuther a powerful
political poalanx lor wmch lie
leels he can spear at th.s cooven cooven-tin,
tin, cooven-tin, or any otner gathering of the
-And speak as he did. He told
Mr. 'ftuman that he wanted the
toughest "land of pro-labor and
civil ruhts platform. He said then.
in the presidential suite, that the
issues are more important than
the candidates. This is what he
n been telling his own col
leagues as well in the AFICIO
hign commend sessions.
lie told them ai their last meet-4
ing mat labor ought to sit out thai
nat-onal election if the unions
don't get action from the Demo-'
crauc part;- and its candidates A
teorge weany, president of the
AFL-CIO and Emif Rieve', head of
m lexme wroeers union, re replied
plied replied to him, in blunter terms than
can oe written here, that he could
do what he wished hut that thv
uiu aw oeneve taoor should sit
out any campaign this vear.
Reuther is a big boy now al almost.
most. almost. JO years old and has grown
used to not being answered from
his time-table. So. aithnuoh
Meany took one tactic, Reuther
told Truman and others that be
titeumer ) wanted the Supreme
Court decision on nnn-Sfunwuntlnn
of schcols specificially mention In
the Democratic platform even If
wo oouia Doitea as a resul.
. In fact. Reuther wnuM nrofor It
WESTPORT," Conn, -i (UP) I
ronce said uiey were a bit sken-
tical when John D. Mailers, 29,
furnished a $200 bond by writine
a personal check. They had nicked
him up on a charge of iisuine
worthless checks. .. ,.-!
M fer why
Campaign' Badges Stockpiling
' By Peter Edson : -,
CHICAGO (NEA)- Having on only
ly only one candidate has given the
Republicans a decided advantage
this year in the campaign badge,
Button and bow business.
' Novelty manufacturers made up
over a dozen sets of samples to
take tare of all the Democratic
candidates. In the early stages of
the race it wasn't possible to stan
dardize on anv one candidate.
. The variety, of political souvenir
material this year is much wider
than usual. It comes from ail over
the world. Hand labor being much
cheaper abroad than in the United
States, enterprising merchandise
promoters have gone overseas sod
of needlework nicknacks and junk
,t ,-' .
Elaborately embsoiderea ele-
nhnnt with, J lot of Eold and sil
ver nf aid adorn jiags,, snouwer
patches and arm bands made in
ladia.r eivV : -.. -, .,
Gaudy .silk pillowcases with
slant-eyed elephanU and the leg legend,
end, legend, "Hurrah for GOP'have been
imported from Japan. ',
There are embroidered I Uke
Ike" handkerchiefs from France,
rntfnn nrint handkerchiefs from
Holland show a smiling photo of
tv Eienhant alass earrings and
mirrors inscribed with GOP slo
gans have been brougnt over injm
Belgium. . -
SHIRTS CARRY MESSAGE
WATFRRTTRV. Colin. (UP)
The National Labor Relations
Board rejected a iosing. union s
protest against, allowing workers
at a collecuve bargaining election
to wear T-shirts with the slogan,
"Vote for UAW." s ;
NO WAY TO RAISE 'EM
Mama's howling mad at a hu human's
man's human's idea of the way to bring
up kittens even if it's a pho pho-tographer's
tographer's pho-tographer's way ef dreaming
up a picture in Tallahassee,
Fla. It was only a temporary
catastrophe; two kittens shown
are now back to earth together
with their three brothers and
aisters. , .. .; ..
''Never Laid .a Glove cn
For the carnage trade there
are some really good sterling silver
trumpeting eiepnant designs
on enamel bracelets, earrings and
cuff' links, made in Siam. Ele
phant pins in brilliants with .a
pennant jeweled watch come from
Switzerland.- --.--'?-1 u:':!
Price on this stuff range from
13 and 25 cents for the shoulder
patches to $3 and $5 for the Sia Siamese
mese Siamese jewelry and 10 and 'up for
the Swiss watches, i t-r-j
American mass-produced cos
tume jewelry and: a d t e t s
dominate this political souvenir!
maraei, nowever. -And it s a multi
million-dollar ; business, ti in the
Potholders printed with Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower sketches. Eisenhower
brooms For a f Clean' Sweep:
Eisenhower BDrons Sahit dust cloths
For a Reptublican Cleanup.' Ike
goir caps. tisennower garters.
Eisenhower T- and sweat ahirta
for men and boys. Eisenhower can
dyto Put Ike on Every Ton cue
-Eisenhower 1 rulers and measur
ing spoons inscribed Ike Meas Measures
ures Measures Up. Eisenhower on dresses.
umbrella: and raincoats for wom
en, ine raincoats are made with
transparent pockets where you caa
sup a photo, of your favorite can candidate
didate candidate even Stevenson.
There are rubber Republican ele elephant
phant elephant and Democratic donkey toys
by the dozen; Elephant and don donkey
key donkey cookie cutters. Elephant 'and
dongey-snaped soap cakes. Eie-
for your Dancing' pleasure. ; r
Tb ATLAS (tU3 is cn lb Wcr.:afs Sli:. Ilr$ C2 v;:r.:n v;!:d ktlti v!;:f.;.:r
cr n:i Id d:.:cc v;i:h lir r.:!: csccrfs i::;rcd :Z cr v;!:;:::l a cc:t.
nhant : and donkev; '.I durnrated
pencils, pens, desk sets, ash trays,
ouuoias,- pocKetbooks ..
Elephant and donkey, tea cad,
dies for the prohibition vote or ele'
phant and donkey bottle openers
highball and old fashioned glasses
.. i. t . . 1
tut muse wuo want, 10 wasi politi political
cal political success in stronger stuff.
There are even imitation pearl
necklaces with rhinestone elephant.
or aonaey penaann.. t
"The most expensive items are
probaly the Eisenhower dressesJ
wmcn retail at 35 to S40 u good
prints.- '. -.: -, ".r 4.'..,:,",'
I The u 1 u S I campaign neckties,
hose, matches, fans, balloons and
auto tags familiar1 in past years
are still here in profusion'.,
And the campaign button busi business
ness business has gone all-out.
There are French "J'Aime Ike"
buttons for Louisiana voters. Span
ish "Yo Amo Ike" buttons for
New Mexico and even buttons with
Chinese characters for the China
town vote and maybe Formosa
Prices run up to $3 apiece for
the 10-inch-in-diameter jobs. ". 4 :
A new wrinkle in the button busi
ness this year is that they're procj
essed so they worn give nunoing
reflections when the television
lights play on. them. wr.
One GOP mystery button youTl
probably see a good bit of spells
out YCERS0YA. It stand for some-;
thing uke, "You Can't Elect Re
publicans Sitting on Your Appen
WASHINGTON Most congress congressmen
men congressmen did not rush out of Vtashing-
too on eala excursions to far cor
ners of the world this year. They
are too busy running for re-elec
tion. There were two exceptions,
however: ReD. Thomas Gordon,
Chicago Democrat, and Rep. Ed
mund P. Radwan, Buffalo, N.Y.,
Exactly one week after congress
adjourned, they set sail on the
U.S. naval vessel General Maurice
Rose. Aug. i, for a cruise of the
Mediterranean, taking their fam-1
r .... ;.'
Congressman, Gordon was ac
companied by his 16-year-old
grandson; Congressman Radwan
by his wife and three daughters,
aged 13, and 8. Karl Boyd Craw
ford, administrator for the -House
Foreign 1 Affairs Committee, also
went along. Members of a con congressman's
gressman's congressman's family pay a nominal
c h a r g e for accommodations
aboard a government vessel.
Officially the junket was labeled
a "special study mission." And
here is part of the official tele teletype
type teletype instructions given to the
American commanders at Rabat in
French Morocco; Dhahraa,- Saudi
Arabia; verona, Italy; Maples,
Tripoli, Athens, Ankara, London,
Paris, Heidelberg and Wiesbaden:
"Department of State has noti
fied their posts to arrange brief briefing
ing briefing and sightseeing tours at each
stop, is addiuon to state briefings.
study mission requires briefings
by military at each stop not to
exeeed 20-30 minutes. Briefings to
be informal and to exclude use of
military vernacular." -,v s
.The teletype instruction contin
ued with some specific ideas on
signtseemg tours as 10110 ws:
."In Nsples, study mission
wishes to explore feasibility of
boat trip to Capn.either on 14 Aug.
or 23 Aug. !. 1
"Representative Radwan and
family will leave party 'when U.S.
Rose returns to Naples on 23 Aug.
snd plan to travel privately through
Italy, Germany and France, de departing
parting departing from Le Havre on 7 Sept
on SS United States.. ...
"You, coordinate travel arrange arrangements
ments arrangements with local state department
representatives and render every
assistance. Hotel residence "not re required
quired required as study mission will spend
ugnis aooara snip.
TRUCKERS SET POLITICAL
"The election race is already get-
ting tough and ruthless in some
sreas. meres every indication
that the Republicans are deter determined
mined determined to win back the Senate
come hell or high water, and that
the Democrats are determined to
stop them. ;
Here s what happened in Wash
ington Btate where GOP Governor
Arthur Langlie has been pressured
by the White House to jump into
the race against warren Magnu
son, uie popular gemocrav,
Magnuson," wno !s"cn'airmah of
the key Senate interstate com
merce committee, long has been a
champion 01 the trucking ; Inter
ests, and" in return.' the truckers
started to organize Washington
state for their friend. 1' I
Suddenly they got a call to come
to see Gov. Langlie. in Olympia.
They went a group of nine truck
ers, headed by George Eastes, one
of the biggest operators in the
"I am astounded by what you
are doing," said Gov. -Xanglie in
brief. Only he was not brief. He
talked for forty minutes about the
' (pM&snlA 1
Tnaiita & Wallah Mbn
Only for a limited engagement Universally acclaimed
as one of the most exciting Dance Teams ever seen.
Held over by
popular d e -mand
a great Artist
with a Won Wonderful
derful Wonderful Voice.
and with v.,'
otiucho 91twbo$ mud AU OhdiutAa
trackers support of Senator. Mag.
nusoo, : ;
The truckers argued back a bit
feebly. They reminded Langlie
that Magnuson had been their
friend., .;. .-
But, said the governer of Wash,
ington state, in effect,,"I am go going
ing going to be the darling of the Eis.
eniower. administration when I go
to.Washington as a senator."
He made it clear that ha would
be in a position where he could
do the truckers just as much good
as anyone. He reminded them
that he had been their friend in
the past, could be a better friend
in the future.; V ?
Some of the -truckers argued
that regardless .of Lansrlie'a
friendship, Secretary of Com
merce Weeks seemed determined
to cause the trucking industry a
lot of trouble. But Gov. Langlie in.
diceted he could keep Secretary
Weeks under control. He even
hinted that Weeks might have to
. 1 .1 L i ?. I
get out 01 uie caouiei a ne caused
the truckers too much trouble.
After one hour and 23 minutes
of the governor's persuasive.
forceful eloquence, the truckers
departed. Some were scared, soma
oewudered, some welcomed aa
excuse to drop their aid to Mag.
nUSOlU j.'l ".V
Meanwhile, some 100,000 team
iters in the area will be working
for Manguson, but the truckers el
Note Before Gov. Langht
called in the truckers, the chief ex,
sminer .of the public utilities com.
mission which has power to regu
late trucking, made a auiet tour
of the state, .talking to truckers
about their problems. He didn t
threaten anyone, he, just, talked
about trucking, problems,
, MERRY-GO-ROUND r
' Governor Harriman's offlee In
Albany telephoned Senator Kefau Kefau-ver.
ver. Kefau-ver. just before he pulled out 0!
the race, to say that Kef auver
could have the vice presidency on
the Harriman ticket or be appoint,
ed to the supreme' court if Harri.
roan got in the White House. Ke-
fauver declined Harry Tru.
man, when told by Kefauver'v
campaign manager. Jlegs Dono.
hue, that the senator was pulling
out of the race, expressed regret
He said: "I hoped your man
mad would stay in the race for
two or three ballots." ... Tru Truman's
man's Truman's previous crack at Kef au auver,
ver, auver, however, .wasn't calculated to
keep him in the- running.-
Strong Tremors ;
' T.TSROM 1ftrhiat 17 TTP
Brief but strong earthauakes
shook Portugal yesterday. ..
Thetremors were felt most
heavily at Sagres. in "thr south southwestern
western southwestern part of the country, where
building walls were cracked and
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peupie awancneu irum uieir ieep.
They also were felt in Lisbon, and
caused newspaper and telephone
offices 'to be flooded with anxious
inquiries. There were no, reports
of casualties. 4
To stupify large- fish and make
them easier to catch, some South
American natives use grated root
of the poisonous barbasco, accord according
ing according to Collier's Encyclopedia. Fish
poisoned in this way will not harm
anyone eating them.;
vr. au:-vst n, i:;j
rrz paxajli Arrr.icA an tsttnxvrsr pailt Kw.pArr
I!cd Pre is S!:!2S ;
."-.Fnmhiic flmonn fnllorfmn
To Pali i::;v Rczd
WAC0N WHEELS WEST The Ernest Efgrea famijy of East Killingly, Conn, is shown near. (,
.Hannibal, Mo, en route to Nebraska. The Elfgrens started out for California last year, but
made it only to Jerstyville, 111, jvhen they Were forced to return home lor the tall opening of
clrol. The family includes Mom and Pop and five children. i, -. : -:. '"
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Answer to Previous Puzzle
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4 Natural fat
22 Soft leather
24 Gem -i
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26 Ahead ;
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15 Rural music works f art" 28 Drum
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21 Get up from
22 Make lac
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45 Scents out
46 Eating place
47 Algerian city
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35 What boarders 51 Among
make food do 52- the tabll
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Custer's Last Stand Is Part
Of 20th Infantry's History
tk. naVnta Territory, in the
spring of 1869, was not what could
be called choice assignment ior
in Army man. The stations at
that time were among the most
isolated and inaccessible in the
country; the enemy a savage anJ
unpredictable one. Thousands of
settlers had moved into new homes
?n Vhe are. wit Utile to protect
t. m- familv rifle and
inem uui 7
an 0 deniann. :
But to the men of the 20th U
Bited States Infantry it was a chal
le?f he early part ot
giment which had ear ned the title
Svkes Regulars" during the War
: Baton Kouge,. wu'-
.ceed.ttfthe Northwest Men and
equipment luuy iohu,
Pauline Carrol set sail April
4th, up the Mississippi for
A previous steamship trip fhad
rather embarrassing for
SSfrpft oWtosissi Pi Delta.
iSS her namesake 5 years later
Jhe became inglariously stuck in
earrving the men of the 20ttt norm
ta KU no such trouble
rinrina their early years in iko
4,DTmigtory tho reglmenl : ..--.
caged in minor, skirmishes. In 18
, 74, however, trouble with the St St-....
.... St-.... Aom tn a head.
Company I of the 20U, Infsntry
, detached to form a jrt 0
the commana i
Custer., Their first missionwas, an
exploraUon to confirm reports of
gold in the Black HilU. : --
And confirm it they did. Word
ivas hardly out betore eager min miners
ers miners living for years on nothing
more than the hope that someday
this word would come hroke
the treaty with the Sioux and be began
gan began swarming Into the territory.
Leaving their reservations, the In Indians
dians Indians took the offensive, i
The situation became critical.
Three columns, under Gibbon,
Crook, and Custer moved out to
strike the tribes camped on the
Little Big Horn River
Captain ,McCaskey, commanding
Cdmpany I of the 20tli at Fort
Rice, allowed one of his young lieu lieutenants,
tenants, lieutenants, J. J. Crittenden, to 'ac 'accompany
company 'accompany Custer, while six other
CUlIIJJnmt'a ui MIC ivimwu, rwv
with Gibon's column.
Custer reached Sitting Bull's en encampment
campment encampment first; their battle has
provided the last reel for so many
films it scarcely needs repeating.
When Gibbon's column reached
the Little Big Horn two days later,
among the 210 they found dead
were General George Custer and
Lt, J, J. Crittenden.
Trouble with the Indian nation
continued for many years, and
much of the burden ot the fighting
fell to the 20th. On November 29,
1890, Companies "G, and "H",
under command of Captain H. H.
Harback, left by rail for Fort Ke-
oueb. Montana, to face a new
crisis, one borne of religious be
liefs jind reat longings. 7
- An Indian Messiah was to come
shortly, the Sioux had been told;
a Messiah who would give the red
race domination over the white
Feeling reached such a pitch that
Indian police killed the old medi medicine
cine medicine man, Sitting Bull while at attempting
tempting attempting to arrest him at the Pine
Ridge Indian. Agency, fcouth u
kota. .; ?
In the ensuing riot large forces
of Indians attempted to escape to
the Badlands ;
G and H Companies of the 20th
joined- with Cavalry, scouting the
country of the Little Missouri Riv River
er River to intercept any parties of In Indians
dians Indians heading north. : 1
It was not until February of the
following year, having travelled 11 11-48
48 11-48 miles by rail and 268 by foot,
that the two companies returned,
their mission, accomplished.
Trouble In the Indian country
was 'on the wane, when Colonel
William H. Penrose assumed com com-mand
mand com-mand of 'the 20th Infantry regi regiment
ment regiment on January 10th, 1894.- Four
years later his men would be call
ed upon to1 perform even greater
feats of daring in the Spanish-A
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AT FORT' CLAYTON, during the recent disaster control exer exercise,
cise, exercise, PFC Eugene Crans, Chemical (7463),. (right uses a-gelger
counter to detect "radioactive particles" on the clothing of
MSet. Rocco Cbilettl. 5500 Foreign Mission Squadron. Albroofc
Air Force Basev The exercise, which vas staged to test Canal
Zone -defenses against an atomic attack, was very successful
in all its phases.
The Rev. William C. Ellis, a
bove. arrived here recently to as
sume responsibilities connected
with the work of the Church of
Godrin Panama, the Canal Zone
and Costa Rica. This work was
formerly done by the iTtev.,' and
Mrs. William Livingston, who
have returned to the United States
where they will be working for the
next six months. ... v
Rev. Livingston is at present ful
filling speaking engagements
throughout the states in. tne inter
est of the missionary program of
the Church of God. :
Rev. Ellis is very active in youth
work and evangelistic meetings
throughout the United States. Last
summer his work took him to Eu Europe
rope Europe for' a world youth convention
of the Church of God.' He is often
called upon to be the guest Speak Speaker
er Speaker lor youth camps, youth conven
tions and special evangelistic
meetings. His writings also appear
in a number of the various publi publications
cations publications of the Church of God.
Ellis did undergraduate work at
Marshall. College,, in his home
state of West' Virginia. He com completed
pleted completed his undergraduate work and
dii his seminar graduate- work at
Anderson College, Anderson, Ind.
Rev. and Mrs. Ellis, formerly
Kathleen Harshbarger of Spring Springfield,
field, Springfield, Ohio, will'leave Panama 1 1-bout
bout 1-bout mid January 1957. Before re returning'
turning' returning' to the states they will
spend several weeks in South A A-merica
merica A-merica and the West Indies. Dur During
ing During this time the Minister will be
guest speaker in a number of ral rallies
lies rallies and conventions in all the
places they will visit. 1
25 F!r.;$ l!;v:r
Over IIY Airpl,;
NEW YORK, Aug. 17 (VP)
Heavy morning fog' over New
York international airport- today
stacked 29' incoming planes over
the field and forced diversion of
nine other flights to othev airports
before it lifted at 9 a.m.
The first plane to land after the
fog cleared was a Pan American
World Airways flight from Europe
which had been circling for two
The fog came in about 6 a.m.
It forced postponement of takeoffs
as well as landings between 7:44
and 8:25 a.m., but no flights were
cancelled.' :r h s:
Lesser delays were experienced
at LaGiiardia airport where the
fog was less beavy.
Authorities said the stack of
waiting planes was not a record.
On several occasions 35 to 40 plan planes
es planes have wailed clearance to land.
Guestward Ho! is an entertain entertainingand
ingand entertainingand different story .of the
Golden West, as written by Pat
rick Dennis and Barbara Hooton,
was among the new books added
to the Canal Zone library this week.
With humor and hilarious inci
dents as wide open as the Western
range, -the authors-tell what there
is to managing a dude ranch In
New Mexico.- v
The tale is sprinkled with stories
about times such as when there
were 25 guests and no employes
..J l or t .1
auu men a ciiipiuca ,uu miu
gnests ami when the horse was in
the reservoir,' and when (he Palo Palomino
mino Palomino wag given the henna "rinse.
Other books which added to the
library's collection are; ;
Non-fictionr Floise, Thompson;
Sights and Spectacles,' McCarthy;
Man Under the Sea, I)ugan; Rus Russian
sian Russian Journey, Douglas; Angel of
the Battlefield; the. life of Clara
Barton; Ross; Sickles the Incred Incredible,
ible, Incredible, Swanberg; The Man with
Three Faces, Meissner; History of
U.S. Naval Operations, in World
War II; v10, the Atlantic Battle
Won, Morison; The Age of Fight Fighting
ing Fighting Sail, Forester. 'r '
' Fiction: Don't Go Near th'e;Wa th'e;Wa-ter.
ter. th'e;Wa-ter. Brinkley; Charmed Circle,
Ertz; The Cross of Iron,1 Heinrich;
Falconer's Voyage; H i c k 1 i n g;
Dead Warrior, Myers; The, Ripper,
Procter; Remember the House,
Rama Rau; Amelie in-Love, Tro Tro-yat;
yat; Tro-yat; End of the Track, Winterton.
Added to the Spanish Collection:
Vinieron las Lluvias, Bromficld;
Cumbres Borrascosas, Bronte; La
Bucna Tierra, Buck; Secedio en cl
Pacilico, Michener; S a rg a r e e,
Slaughter; Principe de los Zorros,
Shellabarger; Esposa Inmortal,
Stone; Mortezuma, cl de la Silla
de 1 Oro, Monteverde; Evolucion
politica y Social de los Estados U U-nidos,
nidos, U-nidos, Hockett; Fabulas en accion;
para la escena y para aula, Ber Ber-diales.
diales. Ber-diales. ; :
Added to the Vertical File: Po Polio
lio Polio and the Salk -vaccine, Blakes Blakes-lee.
. Caral Zone & Armed Forces
Personnel! 1 :
: -; t ' !.; .:.:.'' 'jy'',
i Direct Shipment Price for tte
PONTIAC PATHFINDER "6M Cylinders,'
, 148 H.P. 4 Door Deluxe Sedan
is ONLY $2,290.00
CIVA, S. A.
. f cr XSSI tit A bf, list dl
It take only ft in ficaoa . and off yt
vtea to rent a new Herti . in a car as private a
car ... and it'a alwayi your own.
" No red Upe. No
Just show your nnvera imat
license and proper identi-, coven everything!
"A new 1956 ear can da yours1
for: an hour... day., week...
or month. And take: no to S with you for the
same reasonable, all Inclusive charge."
Call us to reserve a car Anvwhere
HOTEL EL PANAMA : ' TeL 3-4568 '
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UP)
President Eisenhower yesterday
prodded the states to push, the
new 33 billion dollar highway con construction
struction construction program into high gear,
The President urged speedy state
action upon receipt of a "progress
report? from Commerce Secretary
Sinclair Weeks showing that gen general
eral general programming of interstate
high projects already exceeds 800
minion aonars. 1 ,-
The White House made public
the report and 'Mr. Eisenhower's
XiXuressiuK Eriuiirannn 11 "thai
initial Ded with whirh thi im.
nortapt nroeram i riovclnnino "i
the President said he hopes the
states -win conunue to m o v e
Swiftiy in advancing final project
amplications for eonatmptinm"
ine program,, wnicn Decame
taw june a, provides for a 41,000
mue -network of free superhigh
wav built over th nevt 13 in
The -federal government will pay
w per cent ot the cost and the
states th rest. - ,.
The legislation includes another
three year program to build pri primary
mary primary and secondary roads with
federal and 1 1 a t e governments
snaring me costs equally.
Of Dead Numbers
Issued In London
LONTWVf A n it IT irro tit
aln's telephone system today Is Issued
sued Issued a book containing numbers
no one will answer. It Is for radio-
and, television "script writ writers:
ers: writers: i ,.. t :
The- book apparently was
uiuiiiuiifii n v t.nm rara n rrftii
' r law; auiici cu
by one of Prime Minister Antho Anthony
ny Anthony Eden's key officers ; earlier
A.uiva in n Vllttil-
er mystery told If anvthtng
tiaiIIClhl I HII WMIIfMBM Pkl''l
, After the, show the number
WAS delllffH vlth nnnV.U..i
A record king crab caueht near
Kodiak Tlanri Alilr k.rf
span of seven- ;eet. '
-v CAiiiuiiea iiere
Casa Fastlich. Panama's leading jewelers .will presenttht
. Omega "Geneve" Collection at their Hotel
. El Panama Store August 19-22
The Omeg "Geneve" collec collection
tion collection Is a subtle-but authentic
expression of the contemporary
idiom. Fromthe sumDtuoua en
semble of jade and diamonds to
the lithe simplicity of the un.
adorned gold model, the designs
achieve a consistent, thoroughly
modern directness in their em
phasis on the essential the
watch. To obtain this emphasis,
the designer had recourse to a
variety of devices the use of
colour, for instance,' as In the
sapphire models, or the bold -use
of the Unet as 'in the solid gold
'. Throughout, the designer em-
with invisible winding crown and
so was free tb work toward per perfect
fect perfect symmetry wherever this
w a s the a I m." Technical and
aesthetic reasons dictated .that
an exception be made in the
case of,, the self-winding model.
In perception,1 grandeur and
variety, the Omega "Geneve"
collection stands In a class by It Itself,
self, Itself, a striking embodiment of
the styles which will inspire the
watch fashions of tomorrow.
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"SAN JOSE" .. A t.ept. 17
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco : -'
' and Seattle.
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
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; Aug. 17 (UP) A new controver-i
"ay over the time-honored doctrine
of diplomatic asylum arose hero
' todav and the Honduras govern
ment held that it is not bound by
- the Havana Convention of 1928 and
the Montevideo Convention pf 1933
. which consecrate the .right of asy asy-;
; asy-; lum., ,.-!. , ':
' lhe case' In oolnt involved Este
' ban Lopez, political opposition
leader who took asylum in the
Mexican Embassy following an a-
' bortive uprising in the San Fran
cisco army barracks here on Aug.
1. ."- -r: ;:-A,..,V.A'.v.A-
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Mexican Ambassador Jose To
rres Talavera applied to Hondu
ran Foreien Minister E s t e b a n
Mendoja for a safe-conduct that
would epame Xopez to leave me
' Mendoza replied that Honduras
bas not completed the formalities
of rattfyinaf the -Havana and Mon Montevideo
tevideo Montevideo .conventions and therefore
was not bound by them. K
Author To Cc!
Himself A Job
--Novelist Davis Gnibb, one of
Aght persons arrested in a police
raid on two bars wthe Titten Titten-house
house Titten-house Hotel here, was released'
yesterday with t h e J admonition
"Go out and get yourself a job."
Grubby 37. author 'of "Nieht of
the Hunter': and "A Dream of
Kings," was charged with intoxi-j
cation. Kaiders -testified He was
"Joud and boisterous."' '
Magistrate Elias Meyers, after
being told Grubb was an author,
observed his v r 1 d k 1 e y sports
clothes and remarked "looks like
a janitor o me."
Clare Luce Quietly
Rcbns To Enssy
Post !ri llaly r
ROME, Aug. 17 (UP) U. S.
Ambassador Clare Bootlie Luce
quietly returned to her post yes yesterday
terday yesterday more than three months
after she left for medical treat treatment
ment treatment in the United States.; ,
Tne ambassador was accompa accompanied
nied accompanied on her return by her husband.
Henry Luce, editor in ;hie of
Timfr, Inc., publications.
The ambassador was driven in
an embassy car from an Italian
x mZ,, ", . port where she had debarked from
. TOKYO, Aug. 17 (UP) A 30- the yacht of Greek shipping mag-
i. M J JL, """" inaxe .aiavros' iNiarcnos auuarq
town Tokyo yesterday. There were which she has been vacationing
j no reports of damage. i for' three weelw
Mrs. Luce, 53, left Rome May
Id and flew to New York for treat treatment
ment treatment of what the embassy called
at the time a "ron down condi condition"
tion" condition" due to overwork, v .v-
Last month, it was revelaled that
more than" a year ago she had
. . :
suuerea siow arsenic poisoning
from paint particles which drop dropped
ped dropped from the ceiling of her bed bedroom
room bedroom in the Villa Tavern.
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traip indigestion, (as, hekxtburn, ton-
tl(tion, btadaohss, bsd breath, dli-
alnesav blUoutnesi and skia bleilh,-
. get Hlaaton from your chemist today.
. Higloniaareal tonic to the liver an
v fateatlnaa. Cat Hiaslsn at drugstont
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Tjli.c' Royalty of Radio and Television
FRIDAT, Anfnst 17, 195
.1:00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Gsrrjr Moore
4:11 Robert Q. Lewis
4.30 Godfrey Tima
4:4S Perry Como
t :0Q Professional Fsther
1:30 Wlnky Dink
4 00 News Panorama
' 7:00 Meet Millie
7 JO Voir Bet Your Ufa
8:00 Comedy Hour
:00 Danger I
J JO Two For The Money
10:00 Boxing J
11:05 Encore: Climax.
SATURDAY, August 18, 1954
3:00 Armed Forces' Hour
5 00 Godfrey & His Friends
T .-00 That's My Boy N
7:30 Stags Show
4:00 Milton Berla ,'-
t-00 Highway "Patrol
' 9:30 Dunninger Show
10:00 George Gobel
l(k30 Hit Panda ,
11:05 Steel Hour.
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C.Z. GOVESXCS AND MSS. W. E. POTTEB
WILL ENTtSIALN 103 IMPORTANT VISITORS
m Governor of the Canal Zone, William E. Potter and Mrs.
Potter will be hosts lor an Informal party at the Governor's
Mansion at Balboa Heights on Saturday evening honoring
the Assistant Secretary of the Army and Chairman of the
Board of Director! of the Panama Canal Company, Georre ;
H. Roderick and Mrs. Roderick, Major General Silas B. Hays,
Surgeon General of the Army, and Major General Charles G.
Holle, Acting Chief of Engineers,
Costa Riean and Ecuadoreio Del Delegates
egates Delegates ot the VI Inter-American
Congress of Municipalities which
opens Saturday morning at the
Panama University and will last
six days have already, arrived by
plane. V; -s -. ...
Mr. and Mrs. Pas Rodriguei
Visiting Delegates v 7
Mr. Cipriano Paz' Rodriguez,
Manager of Esso Oil Company,
and Mrs.. Rodriguez have issued
invitations to a buffet luncheon tot
be given at the Panama Golf Club
on Saturday in honor of Delegates
vof the Vf Inter-American Congress
Over 1000 guests are expected
Leave For New Pest
Mr. and Mrs. Penti Pajunen left
recently for the States after sev several
eral several years residence in Panama
where Mr, Pajunen held the post
of Manager of. the World Bank.
The Pajunens have been transfer
red to a; new post in Washington,
V. u. :; ;..;, .:.yyy yy;y
Rotary Club Luncheon
The Panama Rotary Club held
their regular weekly luncheon on
Thursday at the El Panama Ho
tel. r .
Miss Snellen Back
From Europe, States:
Miss Gloria Shelton of El Can Can-are
are Can-are jo has returned to her post at
Balboa Heights after an extended
vacation in Europe and the States.
She visited with relatives in
Spain and England, and also spent
some ume in iiaiy, stopping oriei oriei-ly
ly oriei-ly in, other countries.
On her t way home,' she crossed
the United States to California for
a stop with a former Isthmian
couple, her brother and sister-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. Dominique Shel
ton, and their three children. The
family lives in a Loi Angeles sub
Mrs. Simon Van Wout who have
both been visiting on the Isthmus
for the past few weeks and plan to
return to ueir homes in the United
Mates next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Arias and
Mr. and Mrs. Joan B. Arias, ac accompanied
companied accompanied bv their children, have
returned from a short stay in El
USO-JWi's Second Servicemen's
nir Parade Dane an SunrJaw
Taking its cue from the nooular
response of July's Servicemen's
Hit Parade, the USO-JWB Armed
forces Service Center again pre presents
sents presents the Servicemen' Hit Par.
ade for Sunday, August 19, at 8:00
During the evening of informal
dances, tape-recorded songs of the
top ten hits of the week will be
voted on the servicemen. At the
evening's end, the votes will be
uuuea to compare the service
men s choice and order of hit
songs .with those selected by a na
tional survey held in the United
States. Last month's ballot show showed
ed showed that the USARCARIB service
men preferred their songs in their
Servicemen, their dependents
ana tne general public of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone and the Republic of Pa Panama
nama Panama are invited to share in the
evening of dancing and entertain
Panama Canal Natural History
The 257th meetins of the Socie
ty will be held at the Goreaa Mem.
orial Laboratory, Panama City, at
s p.m., Wednesday, August 22d.
Most of us just accept the fact
that each year we are going to
have a wet season and a dry sea season
son season without giving any thought as
to the reasons why this change in
weather will take place. At our
August meeting Mr. w. H. Essling Essling-er.
er. Essling-er. Chief of the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch, will speak
to the Society on- the subject
"Weather. And Its Effects On
The Isthmus." Mr. Esslinger has
spent the past 35 years 2 ot
them on the Isthmus in work
related to weather, and will no
doubt explain many things about
it to us. He will be glad to answer
questions for the' audience after
; Members may invite guests.
. (Continued on Pate I))
DEFEAT THE SUMMER'S
DEFEAT THE SUMMER'S
. There are a lot of things you
.can do on a hot hot summer day
to help you forget the heat, 1 at
least jor a iitue wniie.
You can take the children swim
ming. Instead of fitting on the
sidelines while they sDlash away
happily, forget your hairdo, climb;
into your naming suit and splash
rifht alnne rwxiH them
Fill the bird bath and you'll
feel refreshed just watching the
birds going hack for dip after dip
Plan a cool looking, inviting
evening meal and wait until the
sun goes down to serve it out
doors or on a porch.
Put on the coolest looking dress
in your closet, tie your hair back
with a ribbon and see if you don
feel cooler just by looking fresh
and pretty. ..
Ignore the weather 'report in
the paper that tells you how hot
it is going to be today or how hot
it was. When the temperature
soars it is even hotter if you know
exactly how. high it has gone.
Don t be ashamed of being lazy.
On a scorcher of a day do only
the things you really have to do
Slide through those.- as easily as
possible, y ,. iy,,,. v
bont mention the heat to every
one you meet. Talking about the
weather always makes it seem
If you can, spend at least pa
of the day doing something tn
is so absoring you aont na
time tb worry about the heat.
Summer lasts just so. long. But
it will seem longer if you fight it.
Make up your mind to take it in
Visiting May Family .' y
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Mar. Jf..
accompa- 'i their j mioMnr
will leave i.us eveiutig I v ) ..me
for their borne in Texas. Itie Mays
have been visiting with their fami families
lies families and friends on both sides of
the Isthmus f" "-"eral weeks,
). . j.
Leave For The states
'. Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Galindo
have left by plane, for. the United
States where they will visit their
son Gabrielito. They plan to be
gone a month. , ,-
. .!; .:.. ... 'V
Guests of honor at a cocktail
Sarty given by Captain and Mrs.
. P. Johnson at their homo in
Margarita on Wednesday evening
were Mrs. umise dttenweiler and
for Hie host
. fihe best uiilk :
; ExiM is especially recom recommended
mended recommended for Infant feeding ...
, it's so pure and safe and so
easy for baby to digest. It pro-
' vides growing children with
important nourishment they
, need every day, ;
1 ', Kum adds creamy goodness
to coffee, tea, cereals-and all
kinds of milk recipes. For the
whole family-there's no milk
more dependable than KUM.
add lnartof KlimO I
.jnix, and rou save I
pure, safe aiitt FJ
b b (c:l Pe!:j
, iueen Lis I etancinf with Diot Momo at the last Carnivtl
DANCING and MERRYMAKING 'TIL DAWN
TO THE RHYTHMS OF TWO ORCHESTRAS!
Clarence Margin's ft Lucho Azcaraga's
It's Panama's own special MARDI CRAS aU over again as
Queen Liz 1 and her court make their spectacular entrance
to preside over the festivities! , Get ready now to have
THE BEST TIME EVER IF YOU COME IN A COMPARSA
GROUP OF 10 or more Couples DRESSED ALIKE WILL
COMPETE FOR the PRIZE of $75. CREDIT in the BELLA
VISTA ROOMU. Many groups have already entered the
' Telephone Public Relations, J-16M, for SeUiU. '
Entrance $1. person -In case of stormy weather at 1:30,
1 Carnavalito will be postponed to Sunday.
Reservations held until 10 p.m.
Dinner in the Bella Vista Room as usual with music
' SUNDAY BRUNCII DANCE
. Balboa Room 11:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m.
' Breakfast-lunch menu for late risers, with
complimentary cocktail, and music by Lucho
, Azcarraga's Trio. AU for $2.25 ,
No CLUB 4:30 Saturday unless rain
postpones Carnavalito to Sunday.
Call Maiae d'Hotel, 3-ie
f or reservations.
WWW. wV. .all 7' TaWaanW .vvj.n-. t I II -Ti Hlnial
A LOT OF BULL The largest steer ever to appear at Chi Chicago's
cago's Chicago's Union stockyards gives the small fry plenty to gape at
Constructed of flberglas and plastic; the model is 25 times'
larger than life size. It stands nine feet three inches tall, is 18
feet long and eight feet wide. Anatomically perfect In every'
detail, the huge steer, designed as. an educational display in
. tribute to the cattle industry, emits audible moos, heart beats
and breathiny Sounds. f' J i
Canal Zone & Armed Forces
- Personnel! v
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Direct Slii'pment Price for trie "
PONTUC PATHFINDER "6" CyUnders,
148 H.P. -'4 Door Deluxe Sedan
IS .ONLY $2,290.00
, S. A.
right from the ar.i.Titli
i I ill 1 1'
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Yes "... your baby can eat nourishing Heinz
Baby Foods right from, the jar. You simply ;
place it in water and ieat to the desired tern-
perature.-And the jars can be stored safely and ",
.conveniently m the refrigera'torl Each Jar is its ;
own sanitary container for leftovers.
Heinz Baby Foods come to you as flavorful
and nourishing as the day they are packed.,.
Start with Heinz Baby Foods now...
YOU CAN Sit THI RICH, NATURAL COLORS
O. W. Dickerton
P.O. Box S3.
- Endoisd b 25i (coin and U Halng
saby Food labals. PImm Mnd ma
- Km Hahi loby Tomblaf fei color
'-: chackad balcw. ....
" Shm DPInk
. Hotel El Patmitd
' August 19-20-21
We proudly present the
exclusive collection of diamond
watches created byt
1 for the famous ..','1i
MONTRES ET BIJOUX
f Exhibition of Geneva
Here's Borden's completely new coffee.'
More than that a new idea id coffee!
We 'call it "Rich Roast". That's our
way of using gentle heat, to draw out
full flavor from a very special blend of
premium grade coffee. The result is a
cup of coffee that's smooth, rich, heart heartwarming.
warming. heartwarming. ..above all, with a deeper
.flavor you'll like at once.
We think youll agree-here's a wonder-'
ful new way to true coffee contentment.
Pick up a jar or two of Borden's new
"Rich Roast", next time you buy coffee
-and enjoy deeper coffee flavor.
tOOK FOR THI KO. WHIT! AND HUf UMI,
WITH IHI STIAMINO CUP Of COfPtl ON IT.
Tbk o0 antral Dsa. 11. l6i
A Klrkebr Hotel
i7: Panama A'rrr.TCA a isz:
YOU CAN PLACE YOU?, AD AT 14 Dim
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LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS 0?, OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
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Agendas InternaCdt Publictcionts
he. s utter pua :
. Central Am. a
112 U ClMfiDk
lie. t Straet
4th of laly Am i St. :
At. Tlvell No. 4
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lit Central An.
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' F0T0 DOMY
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FARMACIA EL BATURRO
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' FARMACIA -SAS"
Via hnu 111
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REtlftEMENT, LIFE ;
' JM RIDGE
; rhona PaumA t-0551
TRANSPORTES IAXTER. $. A.
ackart w Shippti Movart
rKan.f 2-2451 2;252
Laara Ridinj t
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridinf JumpiBfl Clai daily
IMS iPIiom 2-2451
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MURPHY and NATIONAL
CASH- CREDIT CLUB
In Hong Kcng Mer
HONG KONG. Auf:I7 iW
Roman Catholic Bishop Ambrose
Finger, who arrived, here from
Shanghai after five years in Com
munist Chinese prisons, said yes-
terday there has been no progress
. toward freedom of religion behind
the Bamboo Curtain.
His release left 10 Americans
i still held in Shanghai. He said
the; are receiving better treat-l
The Lindsav. Neb. native arriv-
'ed here on his. 59th birthday. He!
. was suffering frum high blood
, pressure but looked neaimy ana
said he had not lost much weight.
- Bishop Pineer was arrested Aug.
S, 1951, accused only of being con connected
nected connected with the Legion of Mary.
He was held without trial for fourj
years. Last October he was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to five years on a charge
of collecting information about the
; reconstruirtion of a railroad bridge
and anti-air raid faculties,
"I didri't jemember that I did,"
he said yesterday. "Maybe I asked
in casual conversations."
He talked freely in a press con
frnr at thu Catholle Club.
"I was handcuffed for two days
and one dav was forced to stand
alT dav with only one meal," he
said. "I was sTaoned several
times, nrt.tery hard, during in interrogation
terrogation interrogation while they tried to
force me to contess couecung in information."
- He said the Communits tried to
trick him into confessing by say saying
ing saying others had. He found out later
. that no one confessed anything, he
- "The church condition in Shan Shanghai
ghai Shanghai has sot improved," he said.
"There is no freedom of religion
there and no reason for opt i i-mism."
mism." i-mism." SECURITIES IN' PANAMA
" t)aotarlst by
1 ARIAS, WAIT SSI A ASSOCUTM
Banc r.duclario ; 'tlt -'
- Cetsente Panami ....... 73
Cervecarta Nacional ,,. S3
"Chlricana do Lech .... 11
CI it co 4S
m Coca Cola :
" Cuent Comerclalea t
Prtt wills Con.
t Destilidora Naelostl ...
1 Finandera tstmefta
Fret with Coca. .....
- rinstuat) 8. A.
Prof, with Com. .....v
rutna y tu--Pret ... 7 1S
Fueria tut Com. ... 10
1, Hotelee Interamvicanoa. 1 14
"'General de Sefuro .... S3
Fanamefia it Aeeitae ... ; M
Padamefia de ribraa ... 22
PanameAa da Seguroa ..'. tl ..
Pananiena d Tabaco .. It 11 12
Teatrd Bella vista ....... T50
Taatro Central 0
' (Commercial Notice
" 4 iloaselioldi
FOR SALE: Living ream ut,
tactianal, 6 piecat. Arboii, 1 1th
St. 1052, Apt. 9, Calaa.
FOR SALE: Dua t trip. Ori Ori-atal
atal Ori-atal nif, 7t1 1. Vary diaap. Ja Ja-yaria
yaria Ja-yaria Miami, Phena 2-1747 Paa Paa-.
. Paa-. ama, : i . ...
FOR SALE: 2 Quartarmastar
bad (twin iaa). tlaar lamp,
automatic taastar. Naw. 2-4137
FOR SALE: 60-tycla autamat autamat-k
k autamat-k Maytaf aaaha'r, Ktimiri.
twaapar. 305-A Coca Sale,
FOR SALEs CO-cyda ColdtpM
7.7 cm. ft., ticallent condition,
$10. Albrook 2S6-A, 16-6220.
FOR SALE: Apt.-iiia Mafia
Chaf fu ttoyf, naarly nw, tnd'
Crotlay Shelvador refrigerator, 9
ft.. 60-cyclc. First $120 takat
both. May ba teen at 2166 Cu Cu-nindii,
nindii, Cu-nindii, Saturday 9 ta 5.
FOR SALE: Whirlpool daluxa
modal ironar lik naw, bait af
fat buya it. Phono 3-5161.
FOR SALE: Brand naw badraom
tat, navar baan uiad. ownar laav-
in country. Call 3-019S.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED Smooth tirei, tuit tuit-ablo
ablo tuit-ablo for raconttraction "Racon "Racon-'
' "Racon-' mutter Nacional." Paru Ava.
No. 7, Phono 2-0406.
WANTED: 1955 Chevrolet
. BclAir 4-doar tadan, radiaK
cylinder, fod shape. Will pay
; pot cash. Call Mr. BatUta, Pm-i
Csfi Take Sl:?$
To Prevent Furih3r
. CATJ. Colombia,. Aue. u (UPW
ixjear, a rthorities decreed today
a Series Of nrnaiifia-.nsiu
sures designed to prevent a repe repetition
tition repetition Of the Catastrnnhio avnli.
occurred on Aug. 7 which result-
f-,.1? fn P"1"1' 1.500 persons
killed, 'marly 2,000 injured, 5,000
ooo TM). r.fT'
iiumeiesa ana aimiiM nf xsnnnn
,The superintendent of the Port
of Buenaventura where an Army
truck convoy, loaded the explo explosives
sives explosives that later went up here,
ordered that every truck assign
ed to carry explosives must be in-
SPeciea. lueied. ffrtaxM and nth.
erwise prepared for the trip be
iore taxes its loac: ; ;
The leading' and unloading of
uch vehicles must ate dene eirt eirt-slde
slde eirt-slde elty limits and ne truck
leaded with expletives can enter
urban areas, under the new
No driver or fnrH nf
eles can abandon his post without
ocmn. permission irom me com commander
mander commander in charge of the convoy.
t Meanwhile an air squadron has
been fumieatina riailv th K-hWir.
wide scene of destruction in an
effort to nrvenf.
number Of bodiet and human frasJ
ments are sUll trapped in thel
ruins creating a serious sanitary
problem. . i
An official Investigation Into the.
possible causes of the disaster was!
proceeding Here behind a heavy'
veil of censrship.
THE MOV AUSTIN 1956
DESIGNED AND BUHT FOR
CO3IF0RT DURABILITY AND ECONOMY
fTB COST AND MAINTENANCE IS THE LOWEST IN THE FIELD
. JUST ASK ANY AUSTIN OWNER!
THREE SIZES AVAILABLE WITH 4 OR 6 CYLINDERS r
YOU CAN DEFEND ON TTl
VISIT VS Am TRY THEM
CIA. CYRNOS, S. A.
ONE BLOCK FROM TIVOLI CRCCCING
FOR SALE. 1950 Chrysler 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, perfect condition.
Garage Sterling, Phone 130 Co Colon.
lon. Colon. FOR SALE: '54 Dodge 4-door
Coronet V-8, automatic tram tram-miuion,
miuion, tram-miuion, radio, heater, un'dertaal,
eicellent condition, low"mila..
Phone evenings Coco Solo 1640,
FOR SALE: '55 Plymouth 2-dr.
Savoy, power flit, radio, heater,
-.low mileage, underseaL excellent
condition. Phone Ft. Culick
35S or B8-288.
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury 4
door sedan, new whitewall tire
and radio. Real bargain. Leaving
Isthmus. Phone Panama 2-1463
(Reuben) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
LEAVING TOWN! Sacrifice
1953 Plymouth, used only 25, 25,-000
000 25,-000 miles. $800. 46th Street
East, jurt off Via Espana.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet 4.
door sedan, perfect mechanical mechanical-condition.
condition. mechanical-condition. Autos Eisenman,
Phone 2-2616 er 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fair,
lane 4-door Victoria, radio, white
tidewall tires, vinyl Upholstery, -two-tone.
New. Won in Teeners'
raffle. 3-2352 Margarita,
FOR SALE: '55 Pontiac Station
Wagon, 4 door 8 passenger,
8000 miles. 305-A, Coce Sole.
FOR SALE: Late 1953 Ford
Victoria, fully equipped, new
tubeleis tires and battery. Ac Actual
tual Actual mileage 7.400 6246-B, Let
Ries. Balboa 2441." n
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac hard,
top convertible Chieftain Catali Catali-na,
na, Catali-na, sky blue and ivory, wsw
tires, radio, back-up lights. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-3114 Can be seen at
House 0776, Apt. L, Williamson
Plate, Balboa. -. '.;
FOR SALE. 1950 Mercury Tu Tu-wjdor.
wjdor. Tu-wjdor. 58,000 actual mijes, Ownar
leivini. 4 Best offer, Curundu
.1 5286. ''-.'V.K- h-'A"' --iJ..i
FOR SALE: 1956 Studeb.kar
President Sky Hawk, extras. Tel-
ephene Balboa 1 7 16.
FOR SALE: Truck Penpal
, with double transmission and'
' winch, good fires, perfect me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. Che v r e I e f
truck (Pangat, double transmis transmis-,
, transmis-, aioa and winch, perfect mechani mechanical
cal mechanical condition, Autos Eisenman,
S Av beside Coca Cola Plant.
' Phone 2-2616, 2-4966. 4
- FOR SALE: Cushman fneter
scooter, vary good condition. Call
Balbaa 2-3686 anytime
Boats & Motors
FOR. SALE: outboard boat. 14
feet, twin 14-hp. Evinrudo mo motors,
tors, motors, frailer and mite, equipment
$475. Balboa 2441, 6246-B.
Boeueren St., Lot Riot.
FOR SALE: Launch, galvanixad
steal. 26 ft. long, 9 ft. wide, 532
en. ft. $600. Dr. Morales, Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2163.
' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANC0N. CZ.
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE; Latest model Dyn- (
optic Labrascopes, Bausch Sr.
Lsmb. ProfessionaL Tei 706-A.
FOR SALE: Records: classic,
popular and last, 90 discount.
Agencies Diax, 37th Street Ne.
FOR SALE: High fidelity rec record
ord record player, automatic, exclusive
model, triaxial speaker. Real bar bar-fiin.
fiin. bar-fiin. Can be seta at Ave. 6a.
..Peru Ne. 38-18. : Information:
Apts. I er 6.
Taking orders for Mynah birds,
the world's best talking bird. A A-vailable
vailable A-vailable only one each. year. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-3169.
FOR SALE: At Give-away
Prices, Furniture for Homes and
Offices. All metal furniture.
Desks $20; dressers $15; vanity
dressers $12; buffer $15; elan-
ing tables $15; mirrors large $5;
refrigerator $60; office chain
typist $15; large overt 4-bumcr
,' electric' ranges $10; -safes $8.
' Many ether bargains. Ne.90Ca-
He Estudiante 15-341, apposite
National Institute, near Panama Panama-American
American Panama-American Bldg. -f
. Real Etate
FOR SALE: House and grounds
en the Et Valla toad. Phone 2-
FOR SALE: Titled farm, mort-gage-free,
57 hectares. Puerto
PiSss, Oarien. 5000 rubber trees.
Price $1750. Dr. Morales, 2 2-2163s
2163s 2-2163s .
FOR SALE OR RENT: Two or
three-bedreom chalet, Via Bali- ;
aarie Porta No. 135. For infor information
mation information phone 3-3605 er 2.
0487, Mr. Sofer.
British Olilcials W.
Accept 'Pece OlfcV
By Undcrgrcund :
NICOSIA. Cyprus, Aua. 17-
(UP) British officials today ac-
cepiea a vpeace oer' by ; tne
auK.A unaergrouna witn reser
vations. But they nrepared to re
open negotiations on Cyprus' fu future
ture future If the offer proved genuine.
The underground organization
last night dramatically called
off a wave of sniping and bomb
throwing which has kept this
Mediterranean Island in a state
of terror for the past 16 months.
The news broueht a measure
of relief to British, Turkish and
Greeks. But the big question re remained
mained remained whether the EOICA was
sincere In its call for peace.
"If the present senseless .vio
lence is called of f, a new and
more helpful situation will be
created,", a British spokesman
British officials refused to
comment on rumors that exiled
Archbishop Makarios would be
brought back to Cyprus to lead
the Cypriots In negotiations with
the British ruler?. v
ATTENTION G. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedroom, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment, screened, military in inspected,
spected, inspected, one and two bedrooms.
5 minutes walk from Zone. Call
FOR RENT 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with all conveniences,
beautiful residential sector.
Screened, hot water, etc. Call
2-3397 er 3-6807.
FOR RENT; Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, air-conditioned,
television, $200 monthly. ;
Phone 3-2171 Tuesday through
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, Ave. 6a. Peru
No. '38-18. Information: Apts,
I er 6.
FOR RENT: Two largo bed-,
room : apartment, living room,
' dining room, two large balcon balconies,
ies, balconies, hot water, maid's room with
bath, laundry facilities, all screen screened,
ed, screened, car port. El Cangrejo "A"
Street. Phone 3-3906. Price
FOR' RENT: A two-bedroom
furnished" apartment with garage
and maid's room. Corner of 51
Street and Federice Boyd. Call
FOR RENT: Small furnished or
unfurnished apartment near A A-merican
merican A-merican Embassy. Phone 3-3467.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished mod mod-.
. mod-. tvn apartment at Bella Vista. 2
bedrooms., sitting dining room,
maid's room, 2 baths, kitchen,'
porch, garaqe "Anayansi" Build Building
ing Building on N. Cbarrio Street No. 23. 1
See Do Castro, Avenue B No. 24.
FOR RENT; Unfurnished mod-
ern apartment in exclusive "El ;
Cangrejo" residential district. 2
bedrooms, -sitting dining room, j
maid' room,-2 baths, kitchen,
garage, .'porch. ''Caracas' Build Building,
ing, Building, G Street No. 2. See De Cas Castro,
tro, Castro, Avenue B Ne. 24, Phone 2-
.FOR RENTi. Army-inspected
.furnished 'tne- bedroom apart apart-menrii
menrii apart-menrii Kitchenette, refrigerator.
Across from Ancon bustopM7 bustopM7-18
18 bustopM7-18 Fourth July Ave. Phone 2 2-'
' 2-' 5133,Jv
FOR RENTt Furnished epart-,
mant $70. On Second Ave. No.
39,. San Francisco. Phone 3-
4TH OF JULY AVE
e Air Conditioned
e Elevator Service
e Maid Service
e Pullman Kitchen
e Hot and Cold Water
e Parking Nearby
or visit premises,
First Aid Class s
To Begin Shortly
At Diablo Heights
A class in civil defons. first.
aid will be conducted In the
near future for Diablo Heights
residents, it was announced yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The class will he snnnsnrrrf hv
the Diablo Heights civil Defense
voiumeer uorps. Tne course will
consist of six two-hour lessons,
accordlne' tn Trs(Tit r,lnn hut.
this ma ybe revised by those en-
Residents wishing: to partici participate
pate participate are requested to report to
Mrs. W. B. Perry telephone 2 2-3290.
3290. 2-3290. House 5775 B.ND1sblo
Heights the gone warden of the
MAKE EXTRA MONET Bit: Cash
Profits Full or apart Tim Sell Per.
tonal Christmas cards 25 tor US tl SS
Nam Imprinted. Sample free. Also
25 beautiful box assortments. Wxlte
Air Mall CYPHERS CARD CO, IS
W. Huron St, Buffalo, NT.
ROOM, BtLLA VISTA, FACING
STREET, SEPARATE ENTRANCE.
PREFER ABLY GENTLEMAN.
FOR RENT: Furnished room
with private bath. Opposite Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El. Panama for th duration of
the convention. Call 3-1789.
WANTED. Maid, hard worker,
live in, 4 children. Saturday eft.
WANTED: Two 11 -ft.
n. good condition. Phone 87-.
Ifie In(tr Amoi,. r.
V" "rgea today that Presi President
dent President Gustavo Rojas Pinilla of Co-
matelv destmv ti, int.
The MPA said the scheme, tim timed
ed timed to coincide with the IAPA's
lorthcoming general assembly in
Havana, embraces the followina
1. To try to organize in Hava Havana
na Havana or in an.- otiier location'in La La-Lin
Lin La-Lin America a meeting of editors
and newspaper managers who
would be cnntrnllofl h t
Rojas Pmilia and sympilhizers
outsidt the sphere f influence of
the IAPA. t
"2." If this plan proves to be Im Impossible.
possible. Impossible. Roias. Pinilla and hi.
sociates in other dictatorial gov-
ernmenis would endeavor to pack
the IAPA with new members of
their own strine. v;hnc dufv It
would be to sabotage the IAPA
irom me insiae.
"3. The dissenting newspapers
would band themselves together in
a genera' protest against whatev whatever
er whatever program the General Assembly
of the IAPA may adopt in Hava
The, IAPA described the scheme
as "not only ludicrous and wholly
imDOSsihle nf rnnsnmrr.atinn" and
the proporsal of a "dictator and
ma loitering regime." ;
' The state of Kansas is almost a
perfect rectangle, 411 miles long
and 208 miles wide. The only ir
regularity is the northeast corner
where the boundary is determined
by the winding Missouri River.
COMPLETE TV SERVICE
: Job or Contract
U.S. Trained Technicians
Corner "H" and Darien
All Work Cuarantred
Service Calls Till 10:00 p.m.
, !' y
1 1 h
Cramlich' Santa Ciera Beach
Cartages. Madam conveniences,
moderate ra.'ts. Phone Gamboa
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The
new management is anxious to
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable house.
Phone Thompson Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ce Celine.
line. Celine. Phone Balboa 1 866.
PHILLIPS Oceeatid Cettagea,
Santa Clara. Bet 435. Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Crttto Crttto-ball
ball Crttto-ball 1673.
Visit "El Valla" Country Club.
Cool climate,' new administra-
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Written for NEA Service
"Don't they nave electricity?'
MOVfS TV RaDO
by Erskine Johnson
' HOLLYWOOD -(NEA) Close- Vork with William Wyler. He'd
ups and Loncshots: "I'd, rather never seen me act anywhere. My
be called a young 'anything' than1 aSe.nt
'another', young anything."
toid me in auvance tnai
I Wyler was deaf in one ear but
I u 1 i: j t:i ...1.
Hollywood's brightest y 0 d n g "" BCl
star, Anthony Perkins, talking;"1"- Vf ,. i "um
.v.n.U mnitn h,tttha h.- yelling, but I forgot which was
Section Of Colombian Army
Asks President To Resign
111s good ear so 1 kept moving
from one side to the other. He
hired me for the part, but why
I realty don't know." f
everything from ''another Jimmy
Dean" to a "young Jimmy Stew Stewart."
art." Stewart." ..' 2
Tony, 24-yeaf-old son of the late
famed star, Osgood Psrkins, HI .
aoJrrr-9 to movio fimi it Pars-1 Tht 'WItntfi Postcarc tor Van Van-mount
mount Van-mount in "The Jim Piorsall Story", essa Brown from writer Goodman
j iitu. 1 .. w. .' .u.. Ace: "Just nassed theater" hiar-
film iwrodu;t.uinrne,miy Pe, qo u Bnmlyn advertising 'Gi-,
1 most uniai'r to lianas of mine wno
suasion" and a stags tour witn
Joan Fontaine iiv "Tea" and jSym jSym-pathy."
pathy." jSym-pathy." ....
.--The "young Jimmy Stewart" la label,
bel, label, which seems to fit better than
any other, puts a grin on Tonys
have normal-sized progeny.'
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD,", MRS.
JOAto: ihey needed 50 young-
face as he tells it: "Someone fol d;ste to portray orphans fara a
xne that Samuel Goldwyn saw me
in the play and later commented:
."'The kid's all right, but he's
seei. too many Jimmy Stewart
But After Playing Tony's father
in the story of the big league
baseball star who recovered from
a mental breakdown, Karl Mai Maiden's
den's Maiden's willing to go on record:
He's Mike Marlon Brando and
Jimmy Dean from the now,
school of acting. But he has
an added quality he's wholesome.
I think he'll be a iqger star
than cither Brando or Dean."
- Unmarried Tony has another
added quality he's staMtruck
and he admits it. He's- been act acting
ing acting ever since he can remember
"I was in every play in every
school I attended. If the school
didn't have a dramatic group, I
started one." TV acting helped
him land the role opposite Joan
-Fontaine in the "Tea and Sym Sympathy"
pathy" Sympathy" tour but Tony himself land landed
ed landed his first movie part in "Friend "Friendly
ly "Friendly Persuasion."
"I had an interview in New
quence ni loe tyes of Father
Tomashio," at U-I. "I think they
should be well dressed," Dirertor
Joe Pevney explained to Assistant
Director Jo Kenny.
"Well-dressed orphans!" gulped
Joe. But- after 20 years as an
assistant movie director, Joe didn't
gulp 'along. Turning to another
assistant, he said: "gpr.ur the city
and find 50 Beverly Hulstype or
That Muscle Man who's Mae
West's, big moment is playing a
bit role in her summer stock play,
"Come Ud and Knock Three
Times." . .A new film cycle of
glamor dolls stranded on desert
isles is with us. Ava Gardner is a
shipwrecked cutie in "The Little
Hut" Joan Collins is surrounded
by impassioned males and a lot of
water m "The Sea Wyf, and Deb Deborah
orah Deborah Kerr will be alone on an
island with Marlon Brando in
"Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison.
Jean Peters hasn t made a movie
since "A Man Called Peter" but
she's still on the Fox studio pay
840 kcs., Panauia Gty
' Telephone 2-3C6S
Today, Friday, Aug. 17
4:00 Feature Review
4-3owhnt' Your Favorite (re-
quests taken by pnone
" mi 3:00). -,
5:35-What's Your Fatorlte
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
; REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
n-sn-LYoiir nancin? Party
6:45-M E L A-C H R INO MUS1-
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report from U S.
8:0Q Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re-
1 quests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
ll:00-Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.-
Toomrrow, Saturday, Aug. IS
6:00 Sign On Alarm Cloea
a. Club (requests taken
by, phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Bonjour Mesdames
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:05 Sdns And Needles (re
quests taken by phone
till 8:30) ;
ll:05-3pina And Needles
11:30 Journey Into Space
12:30 New Tune Time
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
, 2(;00-Old New Orleans
zuavKnyuim ahu xteasua
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
'4:30 What'a Your Favorite fre fre-I
I fre-I .-. quests taken by phone
' till 3:00)
5:35 What's Your FiTorlte
6:00 Guest Star
6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
' REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Dolt Yourself -7:00
7 : 30 VOA Reoort from US:
8:00 Saturday Night Dancing
8:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit Parade -9:30
Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan-
10:30 Owl's Nest (requests
taken by phone through-
l:00.a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
MIAMI, Aug. 17 (UP) A sec- even though its proponents offered
tion of the Colombian Army has
asked Lt. Gen. Gustavq Rojas Fi Finale
nale Finale to resign as President Of Co
lombia and to turn over the power
to a military junta in an effort
to ease high political tension in
that country, qualified travelers
from Colombia said Tuesday.
A number of top ranking army,
chiefs, they sai-i, feel that the jun
ta government, rather than conti continuation
nuation continuation of Rojas Pinilla's all-pow-'
to make him a member of it
As the meeting adjourned, Ro Rojas
jas Rojas PJnilla appeared to have
carried the day and to retain
full powers. In the opinion of the
traveler!, however, his unyield unyielding
ing unyielding attitude could Iota the dis discontented
contented discontented elements of the army
to seek a solution without con consulting
sulting consulting him.
A series of serious developments
arfnl mnnnil oimt nrnillri M Ine DSSl IeW WeCKS HlVe
"the ideal solution to the serious1 brought poitica! tension in Colom-
crisis the country is undergoing.", oia aimoss w int oreaaing poim,
the trave'ers said. Thev hsted the
According to tho travelers. Ra Rails
ils Rails Pinilla had 1o summon an
emergency meeting of military
commanders and military pro provincial
vincial provincial governors to discuss the
situation' with thorn. The meet meet-'
' meet-' ing was helo last Friday and
lasted five hours.
One of the officers who attend
ed it was quoted by the travelers
as saying that they discussed the
aHvisahilitv of setting up a "gen
uine government of the armed
forces" as Roias Pinilla likes to
call his regime, in place of "per "personal
sonal "personal government."
Rojas Pinilla was reported to
have opposed strenuously any
change in the prerent regime and
to appear determined to resist to
the end the formation w a jum,
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1 Pass 1 V Pass
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3 NX Pass 4 A Pass
4 Pass 5 A Pass
8 Pass OA Pass
' Opening lead A 5
1." The resignation of 13 of the
16 justices of the Colombian Su
preme Court because of disagree disagreement
ment disagreement with Rojas Pinilla over an,
Ten bids were needed to get
Soutn to a slant in diamonds when
today's hand was played in the
1956 world Championship in Pans
last January. If as much thought
had gone iuto the play, the slam
would have been fulfilled.
west opened the five of clubs,
! 8r j
.v.. ih. cti. anl dummy won with tne ace.
r7r.i iXtC1 Declarer next led a low heart
dependence and functions of the'ra dF"mtmn SS? ?.aSt t0?k
-j, kin8- East snould have returned
2. An open conflic between the cuDb' but his cnoe a
Prosirlpnt and at feast two milita-i ..: ".
ry provincial governors, deluding' .cn1"errn the ace of
BriGen.Pio5uinURengifo,Gov-Ps' ncfhed the queen of
ernor of Antioquia, Colombia's d second trump
leading industrial anc agricultural So .br so goo-f,
eoioa i oc luxe 1
DirKteOty HENRY KOSTER
in iitHtor'MUNtt kounu
4:30 6:30 -8:30
Also Showing tomorrow!
DIABLO 6:15 & 8:15
"The Desperate Honrs"
"THE SQUARE JUNGLE"
QF BILLY MITCHELL"
MARGARITA 6:15 It 7:55
"GHOST TOWN" -
Ten-thirty show .'
"Ten Wanted Men"
"The Virgin Queen"
CRISTOBAL 6:15 Jt 7:55
PARAISO 6:15 & 8:30
"The Prodigal" ;
LA BOCA 7:00
"Only The Valiant"
"The Scarlet Coat"
"It s A Dog's Life" i
CAMP FIFRD 6:15 & 8:00
"Man With A Gun" a
3 The agreement concluded re recently
cently recently between former, President
Laureano Gomez. Conservative,
and Alberto Lleras Camargo, Lib
eral, to unite Colombia s two iraai
tional political parties in opposi
tion to the Roias Pinilla military
dictatorship and restore constitu
., ... .... ; t
4. The widespread popular dis discontent,
content, discontent, created by last Tues Tuesday's
day's Tuesday's cata-itrophic munitions ex explosion
plosion explosion in Call, which is estimat
ed to have killed 1,500 perrons
and injured more than 2,000. j
To counteract the growing oppo
sition, the Government has. tight
ened the already drastic press cen-
sorshin and blamed the blast on
sabotage inspired oy me iiomei-
Lleras Camargo agree men,
which it described asv "subver "subversive"
sive" "subversive" r. "..VM. ii:; v.',.'.'
The travelers said that regard-
Tpsfl nf th Immediate results of
-" NIGHT VIEW of the facade of the new, modern Troplcana,
store (formerly Philippine Rattan, S.A.) on Fourth of July Ave. Ave.-The
The Ave.-The new Trppicana store has been mbdeled after the most up-C
to-date and modern establishments in big cities the world over.
The aim of the management is to pffer customers-rthe widest
variety of items and appliances for the home under the ; most,
comfortable and advantageous conditions for shopping. .1
-' " (MereurioJ
but now South made the fatal mis
take oi leading a third rojnd of
trumps, me hearts didn't break-
ana mere just weren't enough
till Aft. J"
Instead of leadintf" th th i rrt
trump South should have led the
ace of hearts. If the suit broko,
this play would pet hv cafou, .n,i
declarer could Uien draw the last
trump. If the hearts failed to
break, the only chance was to
find the last trump in the same
hand as the four hearts'..
The rest of the play would have
to be precise, but w miti,i .n
work. The ace of hearts would re reveal
veal reveal the situation, and South would
next ruff a heart Ha umtM tin
back to dummy with the kin? of
clubs and would ruff a club (hav (having
ing (having discarded' a club on the ace
w neansj. He. would ;eash th.
ace of spades.. to discard dum dummy
my dummy s last club, ruff a spade to
get hackrto dummy, and only
then would it be time to draw the
last trump. Dummy's last heart
the Friday meeting between Rojas, would provide the "twelfth trick.
Pinilla and. the military comman- i v h
Her, w inoeared 'that its' even- The oil-rich sheikdom nf
4ual Jong-range results, w o u i o. wa in the Near East gives all its
government ministers large for fortunes
tunes fortunes so they can be "above!
temptation" in handline finances
the National Geographic Societyj
jTovi highly tjignificatilr. 5 ;
1C3 Sp::.kli Eibles
Will Do DcdicEkd
The Vacation Bible- School of
the Curundu Protestant Church
closes tomorrow evening, at' 7
p.m In this year's school the av average
erage average attendance for. the two
weeks has been 95.
Tha .lncino nrncrram will include
, iu. vwws r r t
i. ... t U .. Drtiiinnoi.t
au vne Classes irom mo uc6'""
to the Adults. A special feature of
interest will be the dedication of
some 100 Bibles in- Spanish to be
used by the Gospel Missionary U U-nion
nion U-nion and the Guachapali Mission.
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Butler
from Guachapali will represent
their work, while Miss Linda Rhei Rhei-mer
mer Rhei-mer will represent the work of the
Gospel Missionary. Union.
i Those who assisted in the Vaca Vacation
tion Vacation Bible School are; Mrs. Syl Sylvia
via Sylvia Scandrett, Mrs. Robert McCoy;
ii. .n Mr. vireil Worsham and
Mrs. Elzy Talbott, Beginners; Mr.
and Mrs. Clinton maxweu nw
family, (Juniors) Mr. and M r
ui;iii.n etatvart and John Davis,
(Intermediates) Dr. and I Mrs. Ben
Keitzman and Dr. Robt. White,
(Vouth) Rev. and Mrs. M"1?" K
Leidig, (Adults) Mrs. Robert White:
was Vaction Bible School Di-
fector Others who contributed
were Dr. John Woods Dr and
Mrs. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Johnj
G"This Vacation Bible School has ;
been a real blessing to many hoy'
and girls, to their homes and our;
Jommuni y," stated the pastor.
rv Leidig," and we look forward
Kn even greater school next
Tonight At Clayton
Fort Clayton NCO's and their
tfn.sts will be entertained with a
Sow nd dance at the NCO Club
tomorrow tdaht by a troupe led
by Panamanian crooner Danny Bi-
hFeatured on the show will be
tap dancers Sparky and Pluggy,
singer Norma Blanco, the Trio
Continental acrobatic team, the
Hughes brother and sister cha-cha-eha
dance team, rhumba danc
er Eddy Alonson' and Bishop hlm-
SCFol!owing the show the Bishop
combo and organist Arthur Fisher
will provide dance music until mid
When mailing stamps for return
postage or ui payment for mer merchandise,
chandise, merchandise, dust a little talcum
powder on the mucilage to keep
them from sticking together. The
suggestion comes from Popular
CanalZone & Armed Forces
Direct Shipment Price for the
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W ? S 4 Door Deluxe Sn ,4
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18-47 Central Avenue (137)
WINGS OVER NIAGARA FALLSThis unusual photo captures the flight of an RCAFv
k Silver Star jet trainer as it sweeps majestically over Horseshoe falls at Niagara. Crew
. ' -of another jet took this scene at noon with a 135-mm. lens from some 3,000 fee in air.
WOOD tO DIESEL At Green Greenfield
field Greenfield village in Dearborn,
Mich.j "four generations of
trains hold a reunion." At top
is Aerotrairi of 1 tomorrow,
followed,; by 1941 steam lo locomotive.
comotive. locomotive. Jn foreground, 1831
DeWitt Clinton- (front) and
1860 Sam Hill, a woodburner.
' WIN IN A WALK Standing in front of the United A CANINE'S CUB? Cora, pet dog in a.Paris circus,
Nations building in New York, Joel Lawrence and takes care of a lion cub. Two lionesses in adjoining
-- Sandi Brooks exhibit latest in walking apparel. Joel's cages hid" a fight, killing four other cubs. Th? res reswearing
wearing reswearing knickers, Sandi has Indian Madras shorts. maining cub was taken from mean-tempered mother.
' i PINING-Althought lovely
" 1 Loretta Calvin seems hap-
ww-Htov-w., a ........ dv' among these nine tree
5 ROPING IN HIS AUDIENCt-Sam Garrett, only cowhand to win the world's trick- ; roots at Colorado' Cham-
: roping title seven times, shows some interested youngsters thccorrect way to swing bers lake, she's really look-..
1 that loop. Sam's training them for an exhibition at Sheriff's Rodeo in Los Angeles. ing to college in, the fall.
JUNT AS THE CAREER of ob Cumrmngs embraces .furnished in Chinese motiff. That bar, incidentally, is
a wide area of the entertainment .world radio, a milk bar and a popular gathering place for neighbor neighbor-movies
movies neighbor-movies and TV so does his showplace home exhibit a hood friends of the Cummings youngsters. The dining
wide range of tastes and interests-. The living room room, on the other hand, is formal, ornate and very
combines the traditional and modern, while the bar is" Victorian in feelingThe home is in Beverly Hills.
Bob and Mrs. Cummings at entrance to thofr home.
j Antt-room hat antiquo mirrors and crystal chandeliers.
pad serves a glan of milk to Junior from this bar, Whole clan is playing "London E ridge" in garden.
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"C.ks Tour" Given
Wiv Cf ISCith I & M
Wives of the ISSGth IaM Squad-1
Ton, Albrook Air ioi'ce Base, Can-;Gorgas Hospital recently.
at .one, were, given a "looks j
Tour" recently to see just what: Cristobal Emblem Club Meeting
ineir nusnanas ao. ine fciks Home in Brazos Heigns: minimized by special insurance
Major Kenneth L. Vaughn, Com-! was the site of the regular month-; 9nj jnrnme tax deductions.
mander of the Squadron mvitedily meeting of the Cristobal Emb-I sn,.ii rvrlnne and tornado nol-
Birth, Announce went EAST LANSING, Mich. (UP)
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newton tornado-conscious citi'"5 ran
are the parents of a son born at: take s,,m heart from a Michigan
State University insurance special specialist
ist specialist Leo J. Merten, who saVS f'v
Icial losses due to twisters can be
icies are offered
all wives to an Open House to bet-i lem Club No. 52. Initiation was
ter understand their husbands' du-!held and two new candidates bei
ties. ,. came members of the club, "aw especially to rural property
The tour started with the wives! ly, Mrs. .Jeannette Freeman nd0Wgers . . . . ...
being explained the mission of the! Mrs. Maxine Jones. Several' com- ah' ',- 'onvwnmtnr altnvrt i
Squadron and how their husbands! mittees were appointed for the re-L,-naijV iQR, deduction on income
supported tins mission, squadron;mainder of the year., The 'while! tax wnen j property ownef is the
policies, administration and per- elephant", was won by Mrs. JaneLjctjm tornado. -"
sonnel problems followed next: Huldquist and the "come and get M y,e propertv ownef has' no
After a "coffee break" of retj if" pme by the (newly .initiated insuranct the total amount of loss
the Day .was given ty Mrs. Hum Humanist
anist Humanist and Mrs. Dotha Gougher.
Refreshments were serveaioi-
ilbwine the meeting. An announce
ment wuLbe macte wnen social
meetings are to be resumed,
1 Ladies who attended were: wes-
tour.of the squadron area and in
stallation sites was conducted, in
eluding the Curumiu Transmitter
Site and Ancon. Hill in the Canal
Th following wives attended On
Vaiichn. Mrs. Samuel Giese. Mrs. dames Midee Larrison. Alberta
leaner jiursi, jurs. nunain mis-mom, noma uouguvi, juscyiuuc
tin, Mrs. James Barber, Mrs. Rob-J Cahill. -Jeanne Betwen, Fanny Kap
lan, Alary Livingston, wa iucuaue,
ert Ilulett. Mrs. Joseph Leonard,
Mrs. Marvin Meek, Mrs. Charles
Rogers. "Mrs.. Arthur Booker, Mrs.
Charles Campbell", Mrs. T h o m a si ma Wai"io.. Millie
Roach, and Mrs. Bush. v ' 1 Maxine Jonc,
to home and other personal .be.
longings can be deducted from
cross income on the income' tax
form," Merten said. .-
"If the insurance does not conv
oletelv cover loss." he continued,
"tho owner can take a casualty
deduction based on the difference
between actual loss, and -the. com com-Densation
Densation com-Densation from insurance.
"i or example, it house ana per-i
1 1.,,, -, r-ii,il"
You are wakened from a sound
sleep to answer the telephone
only -to have the caller say, "I'm
sorry. I must, have the-wrong
' WATER HAZARD
EAST HAMPTON, Conn. -(UP)
Donald Gaudio, 17, was
charged with reckless, driving
after lakeside residents com complained
plained complained he was zig zagging hit
motorboat ; too close to cmiaren.
Jeanette Cain, Jerrjt Celucci, Ber-JSOnal belongings are destroyed t0
Keccia, ,- and
SOCKS APPEAL--Tot partisan voters who want to put their
j : best foot forward, sacks are now designed with the political
. emblem, of their choice Fence riders will need .two" pairs of, J
hose,, as. eaqh set has either 'tved elephants or two donkeys.
the extent of $16,000, and the
owner recovers SlO.qoO from his
insurance policy, the casualty loss
1 I ... f. AAA ,11.. i J
oeauciion- is o,vuu, ne sam. r j,
"Property, including au' au'-mobiles,
mobiles, au'-mobiles, damaged or destroyed by
fire, floods, storms, or accidents,
comes within the possible benefits
offered by this tax, provision, ce
auuea. t t
Damage caused because of wa
ter blown in by tornadoes when
the home owner neglected to close
his windows, or because the own
er foiled: to repair- wall .or. root
cracks will not be paid for oy
insurance companies, Merten said-
,,, .1- i
Old Church Used :
For Services :
But Once A Year ;
.'mIDDLETON. Wis. (UP)
Only once a year the; bis white
church on the hill comes back to
life. A- :-
The fine structure is empty en
U tiays of the- year including
ounaavs out one . 1
- in i years age toe
church was organized as the First
German Evangelical Lutheran
Church. In 1947 the congregation
decided Jo join with St Luke's
The corfgregation, however, re-
THREE FRETTT "COWGIRLS" are the Misses Analida Alfaro.-Virsmla de' la Guardia and
Irma Gonzalc- who will take part ifl the "Ba rn Dance" to be held at the Union Club on
Saturday evening. The dance will feature such thing as a poolside barbecue, and. national
delicacies "patacones coh puerco." and "carim. anolas" and "tortillas." 'The affair is being
given by. the Committee of Social Welfare for the Panamanian Children's Home. Tickets will
be one dollar-and will entitle participants to a chance at the door prizp.. :
U. Of Wisconsin
Hcs Developed New
MADISON, Wis., (UP)
University of "Wisconsin research
ers have developed a new fresh
concentrated milk which they say
has excellent keeping 'qualities in
reeular household ; refrigerators.
' H. .E.- Calbert and A." M. Swan
son : said consumer -tests showed
that consumers uked the new
product, which is not for sale yet
in most stores. A can of the con
centrate mixed with two cans of
water makes' a (mart of milk
Mixed with one Can of water, thej
product is- good on coffee,' cereal
.of fruit cream.
.The two men sa'd the fresh cpn cpn-centrate
centrate cpn-centrate could be-, shipped to
distant ares at a lower cost than
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have a -service in it.?",:," I in milk marketing expenses. I
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, man-most-tn-tourh with kitchen floor situation is baby,
j Resilient rubber tile is an investment in sanitation, safety and
By KAY SHERWOOD
NEA Staff Writer
the sub-flooring will influence your
decision. Floor- covering manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers and dealers do caution that
No one keeps in closer touch' Ins and satisfactory service of the
with the kitchen floor than the lit-! top dressing depends a good deal
tie woman who sweeps, scrubs and
waxes it. When the question of
replacing old flooring arises, she's
the one who must make the deci decision.
sion. decision. The time to appraise the sit situation,
uation, situation, in my opinion, is. while the,
weather is pleasant. a t
in a busy household it s less in
convenient to tear up the kitchen
when, cooking can be kept to a
minimum and family ; dining can
be directed outdoors. . ., 1
MANY FINE, hard surfaced
flooring materials are available
but the decorative appeal of a
new pattern is not sufficient rea
son tor most of us to rip up me
old floor and Install a new one.
Other factors are mor. impor important
When I took an objective look St
my kitchen floor recently, the gen
eral condition of the old surface
showed si ens of deterioration,
The material was wearing down
on the careful preparation of the
ALMOST ALL the manufactur
ers issue ihstructlons for installing
their various products which you
should study whether you tackle
the job yourself or supervise, the
v. . rmi. ...i,,,.,.,. I.,,, i
i By BETSY WADE
NEA Staff Writer
Safety at the beach starts when
Rahv-ii triven his first baths at
home. The bay who becomes pa
nickv and rigid at- the sight or
feel of the ocean or lake is the
SUMMER'S MO TIME- FOR SNOWTIME-Last December,
three girls in Cleveland, Ohio, had foresight enough to pacts v
'' avay a supply of snowballs in a freezer. Now, when snowballs
! are hard to find, the. girls don their bathing suits, take some
f snowballs and play ft short but cooling game of baseball Above, : :-t
t :-t Marilyn Barrett belts one- into pieces as sister, Bonnie umps
jover Karen Sprcncji's shoulder. rrrTT,-.??-'Yf,; r i
at the sink, the mixing center and;nn- ,hn's been washed so careful
in front of the stove: Cracks along ;jy ne never learned the enjoy enjoy-the
the enjoy-the baseboard and loose, brittle1, m,nt f.-niashinif, 1
:l L .1... nrtAMr.nta1 i,
uies uiai idii mj sioj'
also signal deterioration,
tiles or edges can trip you up.
As dangerous,- especially when
small children are claying on the
floor, are the dirt and food parti
cles that sift into the crevices,
making a thorough cleaning al almost
most almost impossible. -
Ths'nan 'is long between joilet
training in .the daytime and stay staying
ing staying dry at night. But for most
women, aany s weiung n ,..iuui
is little bother w tt 1 1 e ne s sun
young.. It means only seven dou double
ble double diapers a week to launder and
no public embarrassment. ;, ; ;
' HOLLYWOOD August 16 Mies Annalka Soderblom and Mr.
Alfred E. Daff who wsre married here this afternoon. Miss Soder
blom is a" member of one of Sweden's oldest and most distinguish
ed jamines. mr. u&u, presiaent, 01 universal-International 'Urns
inc., la one 01 the Readers of the world film industry. ...
NEW SWIVEL STICK DEODORANT
GIVES TRIPLE :PROtECTIONI
Only Instant Odortino $wjyel .Stjck -"Deodorant
contains this combination :
'of ingredients toprotecj;. you 'three
ways; U r : : .'.
1, ZIRCONIUM to help upohgVvp '.
prs pirofion ; ; -'
2, HEXACHLOROPHENE to iiH oio'rj.
' causing bacteria 1 '1 il :
' 3. ALLANTQIN for rtOwikjn icifety-V
helps keep skin smoothly sofU
SWIVEL STICK DEODORANT t
Also atdilable in cream Andspr&j
YOU MAY NOTE, si I did. that
washing and waxing the surface
requires greater effort and more ,' ,.' .il:,!
tim. with mi: satisfactorv re- -vcu
suUs a yet another indication tt'.'M. Vn,, IVn on the
I iff .M JfS oV ntheTbsin "to .ISSr? K
ilB iiufc wiiij vp .17J4 Ti Vif'a iirtt:
wash and wax a new tioor sunaee
(I sliced a half hour off the old
i time) but the iob doesn't need to
: ba done so often. Because wax ad
heres more smoothly and evenly,
ii damp- mopping restored a clean
I! shine, 1
! Another factor;, to consider, par par-i:
i: par-i: t I.. mm nMo,. htm A is
I, iH'Ullll IJ III M viwvi "WM't
j what decorative benefits can be
I' ainea By reeut'tm ms nu.tn
! Our old floor, for example, com-
1 hined a liizht center with a dark
border which underlined all. the
room's architectural defects and
made the area seem cramped.
A new, resilient surface in a
light toned, agate-like mixture of
I beij?e and brown from wall to wall
.brifelitcns the old fashioned kitch
! en and makes it appear more spa
I cious and up-to-date :
Vitamin D that s available in sun-'
light, and Baby needs it all.
Baby is not a slow burner, but
a quick one, so time his minutes
in the open sun with care. Watch
him in the shade also,, since re reflected
flected reflected or filtered light can also
burn him. He should wear a hat
at the beach.
" Perfectly safe pails for play at
the beach are the plastic ones.
They come in bright colors that
please Baby, they won't rust or
cet sham edeesiand are perfectly
chcwable. Some come witn plas
tic shovels. ' ",
FOOTPRINTS and general
ise new realism in movie-making has removed moon moon-Jirht
Jirht moon-Jirht and roeg as- a background for love at first s'ht.1
Wiliiam Holden, plaving a druter in 'TfCNIC" with Kim
Novnk and INmlind Kussell at the CLNTKAL ON V.LOM.S V.LOM.S-DAY
DAY V.LOM.S-DAY 22. is periormlng post-breakfast chores with a blaz blazing
ing blazing trash can when he looks up into Miss Novaq's emerald
eyes. Love at first slcht. In CinemaScope and Terhnicolor!
See "PICNIC" ON WLDNLSDAX 22, AT TILE CENTRAL.
dont show up any worse agamst
" the lighter background than tiirv
I did against the darker one. And
it's considerably easier f'r me to
i see the food spilTs so that I can
.5 1 mop up promptly, v i
,! Cost of installing a new floor
j i covering will vary with the male
rial selected and whether or not
fivnii hire professional hob to lay
lit. -.. ,:
Covering for Baby's' shoulders
is an essential for the beach trip,
Like an adult, he tends to burn
.thnrj first and nnphr tn be. cover-
milled up af cr the first few moments.
The cover should be something be
can near right into the water.
The first Minnesota legislature
convened onn b;wt.,.3, 1849. On
July 7 Gov. Ramsey had issued
an order dividing the territory into
seven legislative districts. There
were then no counties 'in Minne-
nta In thfs rlidrict nln men
personal i were selected to serve in the up
preference, your budget, yourjper house or council. There were
skui ana me type ana conaiuon on is in the lower house.
Best entertainment during .the week-end ,in( our
; poihplelely, new air-conditioned :?;
- a -w-. 1 ins,' IT TT 1 TrT 1
IS A K d, it i
' V III
Wlcupuilcwd ''M&totatiojuri Cidijum" ."
Dance with Papito Baiter and his Trio
NOTE: Gentlemen are requested to wear coats after 6 p.m.
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' Jft. Pi
Jansen To Go Against
Dodgers Win Thriller
By TBI MORIARTY
' NEW YORK, Aug. 17 (UP) Curve-balling
Larry Jansen, who never ducked a tough assignment
when he was with the New! York Giants,; will be on
the spot again tonight when the Cincinnati, Redlegs
open another vital four-game series against the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves. ; ":-l:'.Z7 ;;V';?''-Tv;I.':
""in his first comeback start
last Friday night, the lantern lantern-jwed
jwed lantern-jwed rigfct-hander pitched Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati to an 8-1 triumph over
the Braves. It stood out aa the
'saver" 'for the Redlegs, who
then staggered to three straight
losses at Milwaukee.
uSo, instead of flndlne them themselves
selves themselves on the outside looking in,
the Redlegs went on to win
tferee of their next four games
tX Chicago. But they'll need a
iweep against the. Braves, this
-time out or, at least,-an even
split to remain in the running.
J Facing the 38-year-old Jah--sen
tonight wiU be ttie-Braves
; newest pitching "phenom,"
.Taylor Phill'ps. Only 23, Phil-;
: i I. ii. i '
'" .' STANDINGS
. won Lost Pet
Hawkeyes '.,J4 4 .777
. feariirerx ; .. .. .ill 0 .647
.Wnlvrines .. .. .. 7 11 .388
.'.wilHmta .-.- 3 14 i 476
;'.n TUESDAY'S GAMES
" tti'00 p.m. Hawkeyes vs Wildcats
fcK) p.m. wolverines vs Badgers
. LEADING SCORERS ;;
, gP tp
v R. Barbara, Wildcats 17' 314
' t Sutherland, Badgers 17 303
:D. Wlnklosky, Hawkeyes 17 229
"Rto Delgado, Wolverines 16 220
Xtm Kirkland, Hawkeyes 5 -209
Minn 'ii ni i '
fgft pf t
R. Barbara ..
..10 0. S 20
3 4 11
Doian '. .
t: Corrigan .
19 7 16 45
. ,j; Morris
a. naiiuiAu .. .. ...
. J. Watson .. ..
t Oi Cosca
.... i,. ..
1 A -
24 10 11 8
' Second Game -'
' IHawkeyes fg ft pf t
ID. Winklosky ,i .. 5 4 3 14
U. Reyes .;....... 5 5 5 15
" VL Womble ,(,..'.. 2 2 2
' -IB! Hele 1' 2 1
i' !L. Thompson .. 2 0 1
A 'L. Kirkland 1. 5 0 3
- 20 13 15 53
It: Mead ;
i Br Hamilton
Chalmers .. .. .. 3
Perkins . t. . 5
0 3 10
21 (Black Jack)
.. Crap Tible .J.:
I. lUlfftU iU Alt -SU
1.1. i w,. 4-.' 1(1 1ft 14 AO
l S:M cm. ..... r l .
Hps was still, to knee-pants
when jansen started his pro
career In 1940, but he looked
like a seasoned pitcher in.
beating the Redlegs without a
seven-hitter last Monday
ftipht... ' : x
The Rr&ves warmed un for
this latest trip into the Rhine-
land by topping the St. Louis
cards. 8-0. last Weht on Lew
nurdette1 five-hitter. The Dodg
ers remained three games oacK
of Milwaukee bv edeine the oi
ants, 10-9. on Duke snider's 13th
innlnif homer, while ,the Redlegs
dropped 3Vi ames off the pace
by falling .before the Cubs, 4-2,
in a day game. . :
Burdette aided his own cause
aeainst the Cardinals by knock
intr in two runs durine a five-
run butst in the opening innin.
Stan Musial collected three ; of
the five hits off Burdette. ini
eluding a double which enabled
him to set a new National eague
career record of 1,072 extra-base
hits. ..i' f ..:-s :;..
Snider's game-winning homer
off Dick Littlefield was. his 33rd
of the season but his first off a
southpaw. It came only two min minutes
utes minutes before New York's 12:50
a.m. curfew. The Giants had
tied th score at 9-9 in the sixth
inning on a three-run,' pinch pinch-homer
homer pinch-homer by Hank Thompson. Wil Willie
lie Willie Mays also hi a three-run
homer for the suddenly-aroused
Sam Jones struck out 13 Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati batters while his Chi Chicago
cago Chicago mates racked Brooks
, awrence for 12 bits; The Cubs
' broke a 2-2 tie in the seventh
with a two-run rally, high
lighted by Solly Drake's key
double. ' ';
In the American League, the
Red Sox. halted the Yankees. 2-
1, behind Willard Nixon's neat
first Major League grand-slam
home run helped the Indians
edpe the Tigers. 5-4, and Minnie
Mifioso's timely hitting enabled
tne White Sox to down the Atn Atn-letlcs,'
letlcs,' Atn-letlcs,' 6-5; The Orioles and the
Senators were hot scheduled.
Jackie Jensen's two-run .hom
er in tne sixm inning provided
the Red. Sox with their winnine
margin. Nixon nem tne Yankees
hltless until th eighth inning
when Yogi Berra singled. In the
ninth, Nw York loaded the bas
es -with none out but Nixon
stood his ground and finally
wrapped up his .' third victory
over tne Yankees this season
when Mickey Mantle filed out to
ena tne .game, y, ; ; ,.
1 Al Rosen followed up Cola Colavito's
vito's Colavito's four-ply blast with a,
bases-empty homer" in the
third innint that enabled the
Indian to fight off the Tigers.
Herb Score u cked up his l.tth
victory, although he needed
relief help from Early Wynn In
the seventh, ; ;
" Miiioso singled home the tvlnc;
run in. tne fiitn inning against
the A's and then knocked in the
winnina run with a seventh In
nin triple. Larry Doby also got
into tne act with his letn homer,
' YESTERDAY'S STAR-,Duk
Snider of the Dodgers, whose
13th inning home run only two
minutes before curfew edged'
the Giants, 10-9.
every day drink'with BACARDrAnejo or Carta de Pro in
Brandt rf-lf .
Wllhelm p .....
Littlefield p ...
: Ab R H Po
..8 12 4
White lb ......
Castleman 3b -,'
Sarni c "..
Spencer ss .
Gomez p .,...
Ridzik p .......
Grissom p . .
v e ... ; ''. -.
Totals ".';'..; :
51 t 16 37 16
Gilliam If .7
Robinson 2b ..... 4
Snider cf ..1
Drysdale p j
Erskine p ,.
Roebuck p ..
Bessent p ...
50 10 17 39 19
x-One put when winning run
, a-Homered for McCall In 6th.
b-Popped out for. Wllhelm In
for Campanella in 12th.
d-Struck out for essent in
Score By Innings
New York 030 033 000 000 0 9
Brooklyn .400 140 000 000 110
SUMMARY Errors: Campa
nella,, Littlefield. RBI: Mays 3,
Safnfc 2, Spencer, Thompson 3,
Gilliam 2, snider, Furlllo, jacK-
son 2, Hodges, Campanella, Fer Fernandez.
nandez. Fernandez. Roebuck. Doubles:
White, Schoendienst, Fernandez,
Gilliam, Rhodes, Furlllo, Hodges,
Mays, Castleman. Triples; Sar
ni, Brandt. Home runs: Mays,
-Thompson, Snider. Sacrifice:
Brandt, Fernandez. Double plays:
inson. ,Len on base: New Y0
10. Brooklyn 10. Bases on balls:
Gomez 1, Rldzik 2, Grissom 1,
Wllhelm 1, Littlefield 1, Erskine
2, Roebuck 2, Bessent 1. Struck
out bV: Ridzik 2, Wllhelm 2, Lilt
tlefield 2, Erskine 2, Bessent 1.
struck out by: RidziK 2, wn wn-helm
helm wn-helm 2, Littlefield 2, Erskine 2,
Bessent 4, Drysdale 1. Hits off:
Gomez 3 1-3, Rldzik 6-3 2-3,
Grissom 3 2-3, McCall 0 i-3, Wii-
helm J-2, Uttlefield 4 5-1-3 Er Erskine
skine Erskine 8 4-1-3, Roebuck 2 2-3,
Bessent -7, Drysdale 1-1. Runs
and earned runs: Gomez 44,
Rldzik 3-3, Grissom 2-2, Little
field 1-1, Erskine 6-6, Roebuck
-3. WP:-Drysdale (3-3). LP: Lit
tlefield (0-5). .
Boston v i Ab
Boiling ss 3
Goodman 2b .....v3
Williams If 4
Stephens If ...... 0
Vernon lb'..... 3
Jensen rf ........ 4
Plersall cf ....... 3
Klaus 3b 3
Daley e u. ....... 4 0
Nixon p 4, 0
31 2 4 27 9
' New York
Bauer rf ......... 4 0
Martin 2b ....... 4 0
Mantle cf ....... 4 0
Berra c 3 0
Collins If ........ 3 0
Skowron lb ; ... . 3 '0
McDougald ss .... 2 1
Coleman 3b 1 0
28 1 2 27 6
a-Struck out for Coleman In
b-Slngled for Carroll in 9th.
c-Ran for McDermott lns9t,h,
d-Ran for Larsen in 9th.
- Score By Innings
Boston 000. 002 0002
New York 000 000 0011
SUMMARY Errors: Boiling,
Goodman. RBI: Jensen 2, Mar-
tin. Home runs: Jensen. Stolen
base: Piersall. Double plays: DaJ
ley to Boiling; Goodman to Boll Boll-ins
ins Boll-ins to Vernon. Left on base:
Boston 7. New York 2. Bases on
halls bv: Larsen 4. Nixon 1
Struck out by: Larsen 5, Nixon
4 Runs and earned runs: Lar
sen 2-2, Nixon 1-0. Hit by pitch
Bolline bv Larsen. WP: Nixon
(7-5). LP:. Larsen, (7-4)
ONE ON THE TRACK The Intruder can well afford to
drink from the Victory Cup after winning the, $100,000 Hani--bletonian,
the Kentucky Derby of the trotters, at Good Time
Park, Goshen, N.Y. Owner Leonard J. Buck holds the trophy.
Between the colt and owner is Trainer-Driver Ned Bowen
CAMP PERRY. Ohio M-Sgt
Huelet L. (Joe) Benner, West
Point, N.Y., and CWO Otfutt
Pinion, USN, Peebles, Ohio,
Thursday were named the two
free (slowflre) pistol snooters to
represent the United states at
the Olympics in Melbourne, Aus
tralia, this fall.
Benner and Finion won ineir
places over a three-day gruel gruelling
ling gruelling test In which they fired
the 60-shot Olympic course
three times. Three hours and
15 minutes are required to fire
the Olvmn'e course..
Benner has represented" the
United States at the Olympics
twice before. In 1948 he tied for
second place at London and in
1952 won the gold medaj for the
United states at Helsinki.
(Note: Benner was a mem member
ber member at the time of his 1952
Pinion averaged 539 points out
of a possible 600. each day. Ben
ner's average was 533.
Seven out of the ten finalists
were servicemen; six irom tne
Army and one from the Navy.
Of the Army shootejs'four were
from the All-Army team and one
each from Fourth. Army and
Along the Fairways
, GOLF ASSOCIATION
The monthly PWG A tournament
will be held Saturday, An?. 18 at
the Panama Golf Club. The line
up is as follows: v
Off No. 1 8:30 Katie Call, C.
Bishop. B. Fish"
8:35 L Knuth, L Hopkins,
Lynn Joner f ;
8:40 H. Schull, E. Mathieson,
P. WArlng -i
8:45 -i R. Kruger, E. Weber
J. Huldtauist :.
8:50 N. Schilling, R. Cherry,
8:55 Ml"Sewell, V. P'avlick
. 9:oo Henderson, l. rark.
Off No. 2: 8:30 R. Lincoln,
B. Huehes. J. Morris
8:35 A. French, Louise Jones,
8640 M. BifiES. C. Burns, M.
Buccolo i ..
8:45 E. Dials. C. Howard. D.
8:50 -'X.' Stirewa.lt,'-M;' Hast Hast-ingSv
ingSv Hast-ingSv F. Twomey w
8:55 N. Spagifa, A. F e r n s s-worth
Anyone whose name is. not in
line-uo or who has not signed up
will be olaced with a partner if
you come out. .
High Ball (Ginger Ale -or Soda)..
Ta Tuts ;
Exlra l!:rd For
IIclt.3 Run Ton:-h!
, BALTIMORE, Aug. 17 (UP)
Mickey Mantlo will be trying
extra hard for a home run to
night when the New York
Yankees open a four-game
weekend serfes against the
Baltimore Orioles at Memorial
.'"- X ?. j'',.iH .' '''.v.
During his drive on Babe
Ruth's record this season,
Mantle has hit at least one
homer in every park but Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Stadium. -V 1
' He has collected only two a-
gainst Baltimore pitch'ng
both coming at Yankee Sta
dium last weekend. i k
- xf.. :
In yesterday's finale against
the Red Sox at New York, the
Yankee strong-boy's latest hit-'
ting streak was halted at nine
games when he f lied ont four
times In four at ba'ls. He now
needs 19 homers in the Yan Yankees'
kees' Yankees' remaining 40 games to
surpass Ruth's record. v
NEW'YORK, Aug. 17-(UP-
Rookle Willie Naulls of U.C.L.A.
has signed with St. Louis of the
National Basketball Associa Association,
tion, Association, -y V- i
A record number of entries is
expected for the Grand Ameri
can Trapshoot starting today at
The National Bftdng Associa
tlon has agreed to recognize the
winner of the proposed Archie
Moore-Floyd Patterson fight as
neavyweignt cnampion. s
The captain of the 1956 U.S.
Olympic wrestling team Bill
Smith has one week to prove
he isn't getting paid to coach st
the Rock island, Illinois, nign
school, which would make hlin
a professional: 1
Trainer Jim Fitzsimmons said
he was "satisfied" with a Thurs
day morning workout by "Na
shua." the first for the million
aire colt since an attack of colic
on Saturday. ...
Halfback Billy Cannon- of Ba
ton Rouge, Louisiana, scored two
touchdowns to pace the west to
a 23-7 win over the East In the
All America High School foot football
ball football eame last night at Mera-
NEW YORK. Aug. 17 (UP)
The wife of the late Babe Ruth
has a word of encouragement
for .Mickey Mantle and his
home run pace. t ;
Mrs. Ruth, whose husband
died of cancer eight years ago
yesterday, said "I wish Mick-,
ey the best of luck. Records
are broken every day but th s
one will be quite difficult."
The wife of the man who set
the homer record of 60 in 1927
told Milt Richman of United
Press "If the Babe were alive
today, he'd be rooting for Man.
tie to break the record. That's
how the Babe was. He was jeal
ous of no one.
Mrs. Rath said what will hurt
Mantle is the large number of
walks .he win he given. She ex
plained "I remember seeing
the Babe walked intentionally,
even though" the bases were
loaded. I've often heard Ty Cobb
say 'Better four balls for one
base than one ball for four bas bases.'
es.' bases.' ':
A United Press poll at Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium showed the fans
also are rooting for Mantle to,
hit 60 or better. Of 40 fans in interviewed,
terviewed, interviewed, 38 were behind
Mantle. The other two said
they weren't sure how., they,
would feel ii Ruth's record is
broken..;.', l'::-y,.J ;;
'' "' j' '' .'' v; ,:' ''
' Also In baseball manager Bill
Rieney of the Giants- will .be
back next season unless owner
Horace Stoneham has-a change
of heart. Stoneham said "Tp
tne oest or our tmnKimr neht
now, Rigney, will be back." Rig-
ney. repnea vi m tickled to
death the boss feels that way
There Is a job to be done, and
la line to -cro
... Leaders :
In The Majors
v LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 250 official at abts)
Flayer, Club g ab r h pet
Aaron, Mil. ; 109 428 79 145 .339
Moon, St. L. 110 392 70 128 .327
Musial, St. L. 114 434 62 137 .316
Sc'dlenst, N.Y, 86 313 35 97 .310
Banks, Chica. 106 40t 67 125 J07
' AMERICAN LEAGUE ?;
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Mantle, N.Y,; 110 400 104 149 .373
Williams. Bos.95 270 45 93 .344
Vernon, Bos. 90 307 52 102 .332
Maxwell, Det. 102 353 72 117 .331
Kuenn, Det. 105 414 63 135 .326
Mantle, Yanks 42
Snider, Dodgers ...... ,V 33
Adcock, Braves 28
Kluszewskl, Redlegs ,27
Robinson, Redlegs .., 27
' RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks ; . ; .106 -Kalin6.
' Simpson. Athletics . ... 89
' Musial, cards ......... 87-
Wertz, Indians 82
Mantle, Yanks . i. 104
Robinson,. Redlegs ...... 91
Fox, White Sox .' 84-
Snider, Dodgers 83
Aaron, Braves .......... 79
Fox, White Sox ;
(Based on 11 Dcc!sions)
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Haddlx, Phils ....... 11 3 .783
Fdrd. Yanks I.... ...14 4 .778
Pierce, White Sox ...17 5 .773
Brewer, Red Sox ... 16 5 .762
Newcombe. Dodgers .,18 6 .750
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Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N),
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at St. Louis (N)
Pittsburgh at New York (N)
Milwaukee 500 101 0018 9 0
St. Louis 000 000 0006 5 2
Burdette 15-7) and Crandall.
M zeU (11-9), McDanitl, Blay-
lock and Katt. ; ; N
(Nilght Game 13 Innings)
, 030 033 000 000 0 9 16 1
400 140 000 000 110 17 1
Gomez, Ridzik," Grissom, Mc
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Erskine, Roebuck, Bessent,
Drysdale (3-3) and Campanella,
010 000 100 2 7 1
000 110 20x 4 11 2
(16-6) and Bailey,
Jones (6-11) and Chitl
P'ttsburgh 000 200 2004 10 6
Philadelphia 000 000 0101 6 1
Law (6-13) and Foiles.
Roberts (14-14). Neatav and
NEW YORK, Aug: 17 (UP)j (UP)j-Old
Old (UP)j-Old sunny Jim Fitzsimmons has
added one more stakes-victory to
his long string. -. .
The 82-year-old trainer of
"Nashua," "G a 1 1 a n t Fox,"
"Twenty Grand' and many otht
er champions saw his nliy
Glamour" lead all the way to
win the,.$23.000 Test Stakes at
Saratoga yesterday afternoon.
The. daugter of "Nasrullah" won
the seven-furlong sprint by two
lengths over "Medal play." The
co-favorites "Levee" and "Nasri "Nasri-na"
na" "Nasri-na" finished third and fourth.
Glamour paid $15.70 to wln-an
unusually high price for a Fitz-simons-tralned
The victory ia worth $15,000
and boosts, Glamour's earnings
for the year to $46,600.
At Chicago, the early line
makes "Needles" the over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming (even-money) favo favorite
rite favorite to win Saturday's running
of the American Derby at
Washington Park. The Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby winner will carry
126 pounds, but odds-makers
th'nk Needles can shoulder
that impost and still win easi easily.
ly. easily. In other racing news, "Im-.
ny ( )
"(Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a m.)
George also plavs the piano
10 D.m. 2 a.m. Sun.. Tues.. Wed. Thurs
NOTE No "Club 4:30'.'.this Saturday unless
Carnavalito is postponed by rain tj
New York .
Cleveland ., ;
Detroit t ;
59 .478 204
62 .446 21
66 .405 2gi,
75 .330 1
' TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Baltimore (N) -Kansas
City at Cleveland N
Washington at Boston (N)
Detroit at Chicago (N)
Boston i 000 00200 2
New York 000 000 0011
Nixon (7-5) and Daley.
Larsen. (7-4) and. Berra.
Cleveland v 400 100 OOx 5 8 i
Detroit. s 000 021 100 4- 7 O
Hoeft (1410). Masterson. Mil.
ler and Wilson.
score (13-7), Wynn and He.
Chicago' 100 3101006 10
Kansas CWy 301 100 0005 14 $
. Wilson, Staley, LaPalme, Kin Kinder
der Kinder (5-1) and Lollar.
Kellner, Ditmar (9-15), Gor."
man and Thompson. .;,;
Only games scheduled..
WOULD KEEP CARS CURRENT
HARTFORD, Conn. (UP)
Two state officials asked for 1956
automobiles, saying their present
cars are defective,- with whistles,
poundings and "embarrassing
horn trouble." They drive 1955
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NEW YORK. Aurf. lT-l(TJP)
Like "Old Man River" the Toron Toronto
to Toronto Maple Leafs keep on "rolling
along" in their quest for the In International
ternational International eague pennant.
The streakine Leafs made It six
straight victories last night by
defeating the Columbus JeU for
tnej tnird time la two days, 8-3.
Carl Sawatskl's 17th homer of
the season, in the fifth with two
on, proved the big blow for Tor Toronto
onto Toronto arid provided iDon Johnson
with his 13th win against seven
The victory boosted Toronto's
first-place lead to five full games
over the Rochester Red" Wings
and Miami Marlins, ,who split a
The Marlins won the six-in
ning, opener, 4-3, behind Jim
Owens, who picked up his fourth
victory -against three losses.
Rochester bounded back to take
the second game, 2-1, as Harry
(Duke) Markell registered his
ninth win against eight losses, v
In other games, Richmond
shaded Montreal, 5-4, and Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo downed Havana, 7-3.
promptu," an improving son of
"Pavot," won the featured purse
at Atlantic City. The. reliable
'Chief Fanelli" took the featured
purse at Rockingham -Park.
have you heard
. them? ,..
piano bass and drum
to entertain the'late crowd
everv Fridav and Saturdav
midnite to 4:30 a.m. in the
alr-conditloned Balboa Bar.
TZ2 PANAMA ASirSICAX A! rXErXIXDENT DAH.T KTTTSPAFra
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press iaanoiicEB l obs Jaace AuaFCt
r at, Arcr;r it,
Hurling Park, Elko
In Seven Furlong Dash
Tomorrow's horse race program at the modern
President Remon race track wiU be featured by, the
$700 Municipalities Congress Handicap for imported
thoroughbreds in the "first series" over a distance
of seven furlongs. ,,
Tne race win do oeia in nonor
of the mort thin 400 delegates
who are attending sixth Inter-A-jnerican
Congress of Municipali
ties at the Republic of Panamas
capital city. The delegates will be
the track's guests during the aft
Leading the parade postward
will be six furlong track record
holder Elko who will most likely
co off a lonsshot again despite his
sizzling 1:12 for six furlongs last
week. Anorentice Gabriel Monte-
ro who rode Elko to his brilliant
upset victory .will again pe in tne
The favorite's role is ecpected
to eo to Melendez who will be
without the handling of his favo
rite rider, Cristtan Rebouedo. Tne
latter is on the sidelines serving
a suspension meted out for foul
tiding last week, Vicente Ortega
will ride the black sprinter this
time. -. -
Embassy, holder of the mile
mark at the new track, is also
sure "to have plenty of support in
the mutuels. He will be ridden by
Fernando Alvarez, who was a a-board
board a-board for the record-breaking trip.
Bias Aguirre, as usual,' will-do
the booting aboard Hurling Park.
The Victory Stable sprinter is now
enjoying rare form. He has won
two of his last, three starts.
Xsdir, again racing to g o q d
form, will have leading jockey Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Vasquez in the saddle. Gold-
fni-n IT and Tnnv rnmnletft the
u vm m J -r
eight-horse field of entries. Jorge
. by-.". .' ;
i For years mom has keen reading about the headliners In
sports and ef the aplendid Influence they have H juhr
through their heroie deeds ea the playing field, their gallantry,
generosity and gentility.. . yQx?;?!.-i$jA
But It, In the light of recent events, niom has begun to
entertain misgivings about the validity of, this .piece of mer merchandise,
chandise, merchandise, one can scarcely blame er. ---'t-"
:" If Junior had adopted Ted Williams of the Red Sox as an
exemplar, what chance would mean have to persuade hinv that
spitting at people who happen to annoy him is not proper?
Doug Ford, one of the nation's top professional golfers,
nulled a trick rule that saved him from defeat In a match with
Mike Diets In the recent PGA championship. Sportsmanship,
Is fine, but Junior must recognize there are times when guile
will butter more parsnips.
Then was nothing about Ruben Gomel's frantic flight
cross the field from Jo Adcock after he had deliberately hit
the Braves' first baseman with a baseball, that could have re reminded
minded reminded Junior of Thermopylae, and yet as an illustration ef
hew te start a fight aad not get hurt, it had its points.
- Wes Santee, our greatest miler, was exposed as a pseudo
amateur, stripped of his eligibility, and barred as an Olympio
prospect A number of fairly Important people In track and
tield protested the action was unfair, and Junior was to read
that'fiantee's only serious crime was that he had got caught.
NO BABY SITTER
In fairness to these gentlemen, it must be admitted they
did not ask for such a role, nor do they actively pretend to
be exemplars to the nation's youth. This Is an obligation that
has been thrust upon them by heroic precedent and the inspi inspirational
rational inspirational nature of the games In which they excel. If they
choose to reject it. there's no law that says they cant
Suppose you said to Williams: "I wish you would be more
careful of your manners. My boy thinks you are the greatest
person in the world, and can do no wrong." v
And suppose he replied: "Lady, you take care of trie kid
yourself. I got troubles enough as It . Wouldn't you have
'to agree, after playing it back, that there was very little in the
atatement you could logically fault?
- The notion that our aporta stars must be faultlessly correct
In ethics and manner, or else forfeit their public idolatry is,
unfortunately or otherwise, far from the truth.
Ten are reminded ef the standing ovation 15,600 fans ac accorded
corded accorded Santee as he ran solo in (he K. of C. meet in the Gar Garden
den Garden after five ether inilera, who were scheduled to ran against
him had withdrawn, rather than risk expulsion by the AAU.
The fans spent their fury on the arresting officer, not the
culprit who had been caught with his fingers in the cash till.
' Boston fans reacted similarly when Tom Yawkey, Red Sox
. president, slapped a $5000 fine on Williams. The games imme immediately
diately immediately following drew increased crowds, becoming cheers muted
the boos, and three different agencies launched drives to pay
his fine. Yawkey, who had allowed three previous1 spitting per performances
formances performances to go unpunished, could have come to one conclu conclusion:
sion: conclusion: His fans like to be spat at
Spit may be a horrid word, as the old cigar ad insisted, but
as sprayed by a baseball god it certainly sells tickets.
GETS FANS' VOTE
My mall shows fan sentiment preponderantly In favor of
Williams. Of 17 letters, prompted by remarks here, only 'four
condemned him. One of the letters was from a well-known
Bostonlan and longtime friend. ... "As you know, I've always
been in Ted's corner. I still feel he gets it rough from some of
, the fans and the writers, but I now agree with you; 'there is
no excuse for rudeness and indecency on the ball field. Our
box Is just to the right of the Red Sox dugout so, Unhappily,
we missed nothing, I think Martha was even more distressed
thanL", .; .!'
A couple of the readers conceded that Williams is toe thin thin-skinned
skinned thin-skinned and that he "can't take it" but they contend the fault
lies mainly with fans and writers.
Reference to Williams' military service appears in a num number
ber number of the letters. Nothing could be more irrelevant. Gerry
.Coleman of the Ranks was also called up twice.' Hundreds of
others, too. And a lot of them didn't come back. The 1950
Class of West Pointers went almost straight from the campus
.. into the Korean thing. Tihtry-three were killed, more than 100
wounded, tome gravely. 1
i I hold no brief for abusive fans or designedly unfair sports
writers, nevertheless, I can't believe Williams is without blame.
In fact, I know he isn't. This latest clamor was sparked by
his goofing on an easy fly ball The fans have been booing
sloppy play for more than 100 years. Who is Theodore Samuel
Williams that he should bt Immune?
PhOlios will ride Golden Corn
wmie rortunato Hidalgo jr. wui
handle Tony's reins.
Ten other races are included on
a program that bids fair to pro produce
duce produce the usual quota of longshot
winners. - w
By BEANS REARDON
24 Years In National League
, Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: With a runner on
first base, the pitcher hesitates
during his delivery and the unv
pire calls a balk. TV pitcher le
avers the ball and the bstier hits
it into the left field stands. What
happens? Arm and Di Corpo
Answert It Is heme run. The
, play proceeds with reference
to the balk. :-
Q. With runners on first and
second bases, the catcher ealls for
an intentional walk. The short
stop and second baseman always
stand behind the pitcher in case
of an overthrow from ue catcner,
Why can't somebody stand behind
the catcner? Mrs. tora ivrna
A.' The catcher la the only de defensive
fensive defensive player allowed to station
himself in fouh territory.
1 Rki 3rj Series Imp. 6 Ffi.
Pane $400.00 Peel CIoms 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Rlscal 4 A. Ycaza 113
2 Don DanI O. Montero 99x
3 Fuerte. R. L. Oil 110
4 Mezereum B. Aguirre 112
5 Reynold H. Gustines 105x
8 Copadora O. de Leon 100s
7 Melrose K. Flores 110
8 Fontainebleu A. Vasquez 118
9 Lanero 3. Jimenez 105x
10- Bos'un'a Mate J. Bravo no
11- Bright Blade J. Phillips 110
2mi Race 3rd Swim Ima. 7 Fai
PwrM $400.00 Fool CIoms 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
2 M. Melody
3 -Te Gano
4 After Me
J. Bravo 110
R. L. Gil 108
O. de Leon 107x
F. Hidalgo 105
V. Castillo 118
0. Montero 107x
O. Chants 113
A. Vasquez 114
3rd Rica "G" Natives 5 Fat
Pnim $275.00 Pool CIoms 1:45
Barbara V. Castillo 114
2 Golden Pick G. Alfaro 118
3 Chan! to H. Gustines 107x
4 Renia a f V. Ortega 113
5 Papa Rorra G. Ramos 97x
8 Fuego .'.v-- A- Ycaza 108
4th Rica "H" Natives d Fat
Puna $275.01 Post Clote 2:20
1 Wetland v H. Ointines 97x
2 Bull Flea A. Vasquez 115
3 Ebony F. Hidalsro 10
4 La G. tadra K. Flores 110
5 Sollto G. Sanchez 115
ft Sherrv Time A. Mena 112
7 Dama'dura J. Bra'o 1 1 S
8 (Mttlft B'ue A. Reves R. 10x
9 tTay Lady A. Gonzales liz
tli Rt "H" Natwi Fa
Purr $275.00 Pet Cote 2:55
ts'xnoN J. J'm"" mT
JU-Moor-firtiter J. AviH 118
3 Volarfor C. Ru's 118
4-t.TaI Alal. "... A. Feves R. lOSx
5 Siren O. Montero J07x
8 WneWa V. Bntwn l?n
IQ. Patrick H. Gustines 98
8th Rr iri Sfrien lno. 7
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 P. de Gales
2 Lion's Claw
J. Bravo 120
F. Hidalgo 118
F. Alvarez US
R. Vasquez 113
4 R. Stream
5 Gay Spot
8 Nogallno -7
Y. Prince ,v
A. Reves R. 109x
. A. Ycaza 115
7th Rata 2nd Sarin Imp. 1 Mil.
Puna $500.00 Pool Clans 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Pavlnetto ,-- R. Vasquez 115
2 E. Maelc A. Vasnuez 113
3 P. Countess 'J. Avila 118
4 Iguazu G. Sanchez 108
5 Andes 3. PhllUps 110
t-M. Halllgan F. Alvarez 108
7 Postinovich V. CasUUo 114
8th. Race 3rd Series Imp. C Fat
Puna $400.01 Pool Closes 4:40
1 Rada G. Sanchez 120
2 s. Windsor A. Vasouez 110
3 Tom Collin J. Avila 118
4 Pont6n A. Reyes R. 112x
5 Proud Pearl J. Bravo 120
8--(Must Be J. Jimenez 10
7- 'Panzaretta F. Alvares 110
S-Joe's Fiddling R. L. Gil 105
9th Race lit Serias Imp. 7 Fat
Puna $700.00 Pool Clotat 5:15
"Municipal Canaran Handicap'
G. Montero 107x
A. Visquex. 108
B. Aguirre 113
; J. Phillips 103
F. Hidalgo 113
F. Alvarez 113
A. Yeasa 118
V. Castillo 115
3 H. Park
4 O. Corn II
I Oth Race tad Sario Imp. 7 Fat
Pena $500.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1 Fscorial F. Alvares 108
2 Kensington O. Montero 100x
3 Trirreme J. Phillips 110
4 Panlcus A. Ycaza 108
5 (Jsquimazo F. Hidalgo 113
6 (Alhajar R. Vasquez 118
llth Im "Special" Imp. 7 Fat.
Part. $500.00 Pool Close
1 Oliver A. Mena 113
2 TWpico 3. Goneora 108
3 Cambrioleur V. Castillo 110
4 Arrabulero R. L. Gil 115
5 Grimllda H. Gustines S6x
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HICH-PRICED MODEL Duke Snider, a fair hand at blasting baseball and the fans, takes,
a turn as a model at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn. This poser's price tag is a stiff $50,000 a year.
Scribe Calls Marlins Paige
'Most Wondrous Performer
-By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK!, Aug. 17 (UP)
The most wondrous performer- in
sport today is a pappy guy with
an ageless arm named Leroy Sat-
pitching for Miami of the Interna
tional League, won a one hitter
against Rochester this week, v It
gave him a record of 10 wins
gaiust a mere, three defeats on
fantastic 1.50 earned run average.
.".4 i' : i ', : ;
But you can fully appreciate it
only When you realize that- Sateh
was 50 years eld last month-and
this is his 35th year in basebalL
Most of the players who tried so
vainly to hit his offerings the oth other
er other night weren't even born the
day in 1921 when Satch ambled
ytm discovered what :
"Flavor Control" has dona
to White Owls? Never-no,
never to our knowledge haa
there been cigar ao lifjht
- tnd mild with so much rich,
Light tip and see why
White Owl's "Flavor Con Control"
trol" Control" U making cigar hiatoryl
It meanr-Fieliby-field aelee-
: tion of tobacco, case-by-case
curing, box-by-box condi-'
tioning to give you top fla-' v
... vor in every White Owl you
. smoke!. ,..,. . ..
Tta aeed aet Uwfs hi eajof t dgob
down out of the grandstand at
Birmingham, Ala., and begged the
uiaca uaroons to let mm throw a
few in batting practice. ; ,v:
That' was the very beginning
for the marvel from Mobile. He
kicked his iia-14 shoe up in
their feces "and done tore that
catcher's arm off." Satch was
In. ;; ..
Young Satch quickly became the
sensation ot the iNegro league.
winning 31 games against four
losses in ope pi his. early .seasons.
" But the wide world beckoned, e-
u u me major leagues OldO t St
that tiriie. and Satch set out to see
U world.4 He saw duty hr Vene Venezuela,.
zuela,. Venezuela,. Cuba, Santo Domingo, Hai Haiti,
ti, Haiti, Puerto Rieo, Mexico, Canada,
Honolulu and Japan. 1
He registered 18 strikeouts fa
one game and,, on a barnstorming
tour, won four of six games a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the great Dizzy Dean. In
one of those games they- were
scoreless after 10 innings. Passing
old Da en route to. the mound.
aavui mnut uiuuiiuuii;:'' :
II vsu l!nt aMni mIwa m m
tns. Mister Dean, wo ain aan.
ra, give. yew none.".
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Satdh didn't. He won, 1 to 0, in
They figured he was in the twi-
5ffiL f'TjSS' ,fter
.iali" 'nted,S'20 gm,!r
he signed .with Cleveland in 1948.
Satch had a 8-1 record and in
1951 went to the now extinct St.1
iui browns. He was 12-10 in'
1952, at the age of 46, and proud proudly
ly proudly displayed his four-week-old son
when he signed' hit 1953 contract.
... Tharo are some wbe figured
that Satch could have been a
winner and stayed up in the
big leagues that year aa he' won.
only; three against nine .losses
and bowed out of the majors.
: nut schedules so necessary un
der the big top always, were too;
confining for Satch. He just likes
to up and go fishing when, he feels
and the Rochester hitters will telii
1 Kaiio 0 ap i ajw w vwuv ivi iiiHi.
you that old Satch is pitching like
a nappy man. As ne once said.
"I may keep right on pitching un
til I'm 70.",
! He just might, too, the wsy he's
AT YOUR ;
- I jar
Weary Don Cage Stars Home
From Tvo Month Trip; Praise j
Panamanian Players, Hotel
(Reprinted from n
San Franciace Eximinar)
By BOB RRACHMAN
Many thousands of miles and
two months snd two days later,
eight weary American amabassa-
dors of good will returned to the!
city last night and looked on Saa'mg
Francisco as "the greenest grass
they had ever seen.
They were, of course, the Uni
versity of San Francisco Don bas bas-keteers,
keteers, bas-keteers, fresh from their lengthy
tour, made at the behest of the
State Department, through every
country in South America except
Bolivia and three Central Ameri
They came home with recollec recollections
tions recollections that will take a lifetime in
But the one that will last forev
er is the collective prsse they re received
ceived received everywhere and the ex expressions
pressions expressions of South Americans that
if the United States would send o-
ver more like them there would
be far greater understanding be
tween the two continents.
"It was plain great," said Bill
Russell, who astounded the peo peoples
ples peoples of South America just as he
did those in this country when the
Dons were running up their amaz amazing
ing amazing two year fifty-five game win winning
ning winning streak.
"The hospitality was e v e r
whelming," reported Rev. Ralph
Ticticnor, S. J., the USF athletic
moderator, who had to double as
coach on the tour when Phil Wool-
pert went to Mexico for a clinic.
Approximately 190,000 persons
30.000 in Huenos Aires alone
saw the Dons during the tour and
wherever tney went newspapers
Ki magazines went overboard on
senor Basquetbol de U AAU"-11"1"1
RO'dell, to 9i.
They love K. C. Jones and his
ball handling wizardry and the
speed of Warren Baxter. Williei
Naulls, the UCLA star the Dons
invited to go along, was a sensa
At San Salvador thev were car
ried off the floor m a riotous
disnlav of anorerlation.
At Asuncion, Paraguay, t n t y
sent out a 3 foot midget to pre
sent the e-9 1-2 Russell a huge
bouquet of roses, r-- f i
South American kids were n
omereuv man American ims, iury
I rr i .1 ; flM....
moDeu ine uonn everywaere.
"Their sincerity was almost
tee much," said Father-: Tlehe Tlehe-nor.
nor. Tlehe-nor. 1
Unusual experiences were le
Games were plsyed in huge bull
rings: in high altitudes i in driv
ing downpours at midnight; on a
floor covered- with sswdust. ani
with officiating which ranged
from Rav Healv. former team
manager, getting four fouls In two
seconds at Coneepeion, Chile to
"the best" in Argentina.
The "call" that stopped the Dons
was the technical foul applied any
time a USFer so much as made
a grimace when one of the oppo-
! 1 . M A
siuon was snooting, iney j a i
don t allow any noise in south a
merica when a player fires the
ball, which, incidentally, was of
all shapes and sizes.
We ajd Russel if he had any
trouble with the language.
"New, none a-tall," said Bill.
"All I had to know was 'des.'
That and two fingers he'd high
indicated quickly a second helping
at the numerous banquets tossed
for the Pons.
whatever else haa to he said
was done by Rudy Lopez, who
went along as official interpreter,
and Father Tichenor.
' Russell revealed he had been
done out of his eating champion-
y fl $0$$$
TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY TL 3-1501-
ship by Don King, a Isw scaojl
"Nobody can eat like mas'
man," charged big Wlllyum.
Russell "lust happened to no notice"
tice" notice" that the prettiest girls were
seen in San Salvador but, as
group. Brazilian ladies "win walk.
"And that II Panama Hotel
m Panama-thai la the "mesf-
est.' recounted Rut tall. "The
We asked him if he had break
fast in bed.
"Make It hew many times 1.
didn't and it'll be easier to
count," Bill responded.
The best tesm encountered, the
Dona agreed, were the Panama
mans where "Everybody can reaW
ly shoot on the run." : -ul'
There had to be adjustment 1a
the style of play because South
Americans relish body contact
Nevertheless, there was only one
That was in Argentina when"
particularly rough individual
'just happened to wind up on the
floor and nobody knew who had
put him there," acccording to Rus Russell.'
A play the Dons wilt never forget
happened at Lima, Peru, where
the floor was covered with saw sawdust
dust sawdust because heavy mists had
made the outdoor court slippery.
Russell, flat on bis stomach,
passed to Bill Bush, who was on
bis knees, and Bush, in turn, to
ed to Baxter who sank a buEt
that brought the house down.
ihe south American teams had
?Jt f "tars but little teamwork,
K reported. Also Ihey need
- Bid For Baxter V
Baxter was extended an official
inviatioa by Ecuador to return
and help that country's team pre
pare for the Olympics. He's eonsi.
dering the offer.
Something else the Dons' won't
forget was sn added starter in tin
game at Valencia, Venezuela. --
When the team walked on the
floor it was confronted by a tvx
snd a. half foot lizard-like soccV
, "Man, was that thing erary,"
related Russell. "If he hadnt
moved, I daresay there weuldnt
have boon any game that night."i
Oh, yes, about the "Brundag
Blunder," otherwise the anti pro
Olympic Games pledge which Av.
ery Brundage, IOC chief, sanction-
"Sure, I'll sign it! I hivant
read it. But why, not sign?,?
"So will Jones. Why not?"
Casey, incidentally, was not with
the returning party. He remained
in Dallas, Texas, for a few days)
visit with relatives.
As for the future, Bill says, he
liiet wnt In en to aleeo for
days.' He'll plsy in the Olympjcs
snd return to school in January
unless, of course, something just
happens to happen in between.
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"IT. ROBERT E. DOWNEN,
t'ation Darien Reconnaissance."
-surances from the Cuna Indian tribe that they will be allowed
Bayano River and
Ft Kobbe Platoons
"As the first week of "Operation
Darien" draws to a close, the men
of the 20th Infantry's Intelligence
and Reconnaissance platoon have
moved all their equipment Irom
.El Llano to their base camp, 1000
yards up the Rio Silugandi, ana
are now cutting a path from' the
mountains eastward towards Ican Ican-ti
ti Ican-ti a path that may someday be
known as the Pan-American High Highway.
way. Highway. fSiyZyS.
' The group, operating in conjunc conjunction
tion conjunction with the Darien subcommittee,
encountered mny, hazards-in the
Jcin PC Company
In Past 2 Weeks
.Fifteen new employes Joined
the Canal service during the
firts two weeks in August, two of
whom have, reoently arrived on
" the Isthmus. Gail L Fisher, of
Attleboro, Massachusetts and
Aida C. Harvie, of Tela, Hondu Honduras,
ras, Honduras, have both been employed as
nurses at uorgas nospiwu. nyu
n Mcolvnn. recently arrived
from Sidney Montana, has been
employed as a resident at uor
Five other persons who were
nermanentlv employed are:
Donald E. MacLean, powerhouse
operator, Electrical Division;
. ni Gloria R. Calleia, nurse; Dr.
Bruno Elsen, medical officer,
Ethel Mordstrom, nurse; ana
Jeannette R. Soule, nurse; all at
. Seven other employes were
employed In temporary positions
ouang tne past two weens,
j Weather Or Not
'TJii wtalker it port, for tkt 24
houn indinf S .m. today, it r r-tn4
tn4 r-tn4 by h Mreoreloicl and
Hydrofrphic Branch f th Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company:
WIKD 1 "
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RAIN (inches) , 0 ,09
(inner hfrbortlv. 82 ,.:,. 83
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v SATURDAY. AUGUST II
1 -At a.m.
, The fellow who soys he Is a
bachelor by choice probably
means the girls oil chc&e someon
stlr.k on' shoulder, watches as men
The gToup, accompanied by
opening days of the mission that
would have stopped outfits with
less jungle knowhow.
The trip upstream did not go as
easily aa planned. The Rio Baya Bayano,
no, Bayano, though wide enough at all
points proved to be too shallow.;
' With shear pint broken and it
motor otherwise Jamanged, tho
storm boat became useless. It
was only wif.i the "um of polt
that tho other boats managed to
roach El Llano.
But the Rio Bayano is a decep deceptive,
tive, deceptive, tricky thing. The sand bars
that confronted the party on the
way up were turned, a : day or
two later, into swift current.
Once, the group was forced to
move their encampment to higher
ground, the river nearly claiming
a tent and stove. m.:-? ,;,.
the river nearly claiming a tent
In their initial contact with the
operation's headquarters back at
Fort Kobbe. the erouD reported
they were having a great deal of
trouble witn insects.
"Plagued by blood sucking
Thanfcs US For Aid
' The assitance rendered by the
United States government to the
striken city of Cafi, Colombia, dur
ing the recent disaster there, was
cited today as "a noble gesture of
solidarity in moments of danger
and sorrow.""-' - v
In a note of appreciation dis
patched to U.S; Ambassador Phi
lip W. Bonsai. Brig. Gen. Alberto
Gomez Arenas, the civir and mili mili-tarf
tarf mili-tarf Governor of El Valle depart
ment of -vmch Cali is the capital
stated "Throueh you I most heart'
ily thank the government and peo peo-nle
nle peo-nle of the United States for their
noble gesture Oi Solidarity ta send-
ing valuable and Umely assistance
to this c'ty and to the Colombian
people." i ; i ."- y ',y."r: s'v.:"ij
"The close union of bur two na
tions will continue to be reinforced
in moments of danger and. sorrow
far the enorl nf the beace of the
world and raising the standard of
living of -American nations, tne
Durine the Call disaster, which
resulted from a dynamite explo
sion. the initial call' for. medical
assistance was answered by the U.
S. Armed Forces of the Caribbean
Com nunc based in the C a n a l
Zone. At the request of the the UJ
S. ARmy Caribbean and tiown w
Call in a canDDean Air uommana
aircraft the same day.
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Betrayed Sabbath Sabbath-Scottish
Scottish Sabbath-Scottish Minister
LONDON, Aug. 17 (UP) The
Rev. Kenneth McRae of the
Scottish Free church announced
today he will refuse, to meet
Queen Elizabeth II Saturday be
cause she ''betrayed the Sab-
The minister said the Queen
received Soviet leaders Nikolai
A. Bulganin and Nikita ; 8.
Khrushchev, "avowed atheists,"
on the Lord's day. She also "vio "violated
lated "violated the moral law of God by
attending polo matches 1 upon
various Sabbath, afternoons." he
of the 20th Infantry load suDnlies
civilian members of the Darien
to pass freely.
Blood-sucldng Flies Contest
Into Darien Jungle
flies,- came Lt Robert E. Down
nen's tense message the first day.
Sgt. Robort L. Simmorton, ar
riving on tho scorn later that
day by helicopter, commented,
"Their skins gave us a good i i-dea
dea i-dea of their encounter with tho,
flies." DDT bombs wore flown
in at the time to relievo the sit-
uation. ' 1
As of last Tuesday, the squad
was working approximately five
miles north of the- Base Camp
Successful contact had been made
with the advance group, and it
was reported Jiat at least one
Girl From Vi37
BAMBERG, Germany, Aug. 17
(UP) Court authorities today
ordered a screen placed between,
seven American soldiers and the
15-year-old German girl they
are charged with raping when
their trial opens.here next Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. The trial was ordered moved
here from Wuerzburg and a new
interpreter appointed in efferts
to conclude the case, twice in interrupted
terrupted interrupted when the girl broke
down and was unable to testify.
Doctors asked for the screen
because they said the girl, de designated
signated designated only as Erlka L. be because
cause because of her age, probably would
not continue to testify while
watched by her alleged attack-
The change In Interpreters
was ma,de because ejuesiions in
English were being translated
into German J so literally that
their meaning was changed. The
girl collapsed after one session
in which -the defense asked if
she loved her father and the in interpreter
terpreter interpreter translated it: "Are you
in love with your father?".
From Feral Jakes
WASmNRTON. AueMT (UP)
The Communist Party insists H
doesn't have to pay federal taxes
just like any other political par-
Tne uomraunisl rany canea uu
the U S. Tax Court : yesterday to
allow it the tax exempt status en
joyed by other political parties
and accused the government of
"arbitrary and discriminatory"
action in demanding it pay income
The Communists specifically ask asked
ed asked the court to throw out an In Internal
ternal Internal Revenue claim that it owes
$326,312 in ; back? income taxes
and penalties for 1351. The petition
was the first revelation that 'the
service had filed the 1951 claim.
The Internal Revenue Service
last March raided and closed Com'
munist Party offices in New York.
City, Philadelphia, Chicago and
San Francisco. It also moved a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst "Daily Worker' offices ;
in Detroit, Chicago, and New
At that time Internal Revenue
said the newspaper owed $48,049
in back taxes and penalties for
1931, 1952 and 1953. The deficien deficiency
cy deficiency charged to the party for 1951
was not officially disclosed.,;
before settlne out on "ODer-
tubcommittee, have received as-
(U.S. Army Photo)
day had been saved by h'eCcoptei
reconnaissance.- ? ''
,i IPL. : m ' .
xhb tiiraguas lurnisnea by an
employe of the Darien sub-com
mittee armed Mathews were also
proving extremely valuable to
Downen and his men; ;
Relations with the Indians hiv
been excellent. Simmerson report reported
ed reported seeing many bands of Indians
industriously repairing large nets
and readying boats lor fishing, j
. One largos black cat, estimat estimated
ed estimated at about 100 pounds, was seen
near tho Base Camp. Tracks of
another had passed through the
kitchen area, though as yet no
food had boon lost. Many largo
tapir tracks have also been ob observed.
served. observed. me ursi group oi men 1 ts ex-i
pected to.be returned to Fort Kob-
De AUg. 21.
Jose Cajar Escala
Will Be llexl Mayor
Of Panama (ily :
Veteran newsman and writer Jo Jose
se Jose A. Cajar Escala was assured
yesterday of his appointment as
Mayor of Panama City as of Sept.
1, during a three-hour meeting be between
tween between President-elect Ernesto de
la Guardia Jr. and the city's Coun-cilmen-elect
De la Guardia revealed to the
uiuio suiuns mat cajava memi
le oi ue staa of El Panama A A-merica
merica A-merica and the weekly Mundo Gra
fico, was his choice for the office
of mayor and would recommend
his appointment to President Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Anas, whereupon the coun-cilmen-elect
also declared that
they favored 'Cajar for the. post
tfLast night President Arias said
he would act according ta n u
Guardia's -recommendation and ap
pouii i.ajar, a mrmer president of
the Panama Newsmen's Union, ss
Mayor of the city, effective Sept.
1 when the new city government
takes' over. -. 1 .'';.-.'
WhUe president of the News
men's Union in 1952 he toured
several U.S. cities visiting a num number
ber number of large newspaper plants as
a guest of the State Department.
.Cajar, a former schoolteacher
ana tne author of orte novel and
several short stories and Inoems.
recently served as assistant sec secretary
retary secretary general of the National As Assembly
sembly Assembly and has been connectel
wun newspaper work for .a num number
ber number of years.
During the recent political' cam campaign
paign campaign be was one of the leaders
of the successful newspaper cain-
Pign to elect De Ja Guardia as
New Superco rrleW
To Be ILaunchcd
By Navy Sept 29
WASPnNGTON. Aug. lr tUP)
, i.viiu s iiiosi .Tuoaem : su su-percarrier
percarrier su-percarrier The ,Ranger will be
launched at New port News, Va.,
Shipbuilding ; and Drydock Co.
Sept. 29, the Navy announced yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. .;-'
LThe Ranger is being built by the
same company which built the
first of the supercarrier class, the
ou.uw-um rorresiai. '. .(
It will be the thin atiph-'earrW
The Forrestal and Saratoga alrea-
oy are it commission. Three oth others
ers others have been authorized.
The Ranger is 1,046 feet long,
the same as the Saratoea. and v-
ieet longer then the ForrestaL
.... V. t
To Return; Critical
LONDON. Aue. IT fUP Th
" wnu v-uiiipdiiy announced
today th some of its pilots are
refusiag to return from Rurooean
vacations to work for the national-j
lzed canal. The move threatens a
critical slowdown in operations
tnrougn tne waterway.
. But the company, in a formal
statement denying Egyptian alle
gations, saia that the KgyptiaD
government is to blame for delays
already reported from the Canal.
It confirmed Cairo reports that
non-Egyptian pilots are failing to
return to Egypt. Egypt blamed
this for the first delays in the Ca Canal
nal Canal since Egypt took it over.
The nilots' unofficial "strike"
raised grave questions in light of
British and French declarations
that the Canal must be kept run running
ning running at any cost r :
'While it is correct that a few
pilots who should have resumed
their duty at the end of their
leave are still in Europe," the Ca Canal
nal Canal company said, "the position
as regards pilots at the Canal can cannot
not cannot be considered as otherwise
than normal owing to the fact that
pilots at the Canal are stopped
from going on leave by the new
authority until the others return."
Meanwhile, in London, Soviet
Russia today proposed a new Suez
conference which would include j
The Soviet Union also joined A
sian neutrals in a pro-Egyptian
diplomatic offensive to cripple oi
kill the western plan for interna international
tional international operation of the Sues Canal.
They were backed by Cairo re
ports that Egyptian rresment ua ua-mal
mal ua-mal Abdel Nasser would not accent-
the Plan outlined yesterday
by Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles and ny reports ot new a a-rab
rab a-rab moves against Britain and the
Egypt' tml official Middle
East news agency reported for formation
mation formation of an underground Arab
army to sabotage British oil
fields and pipelines "when the
signal Is given." There also
Boys 17, Girls 11
Twin boys were born to Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. Grant ot Pan Panama
ama Panama Citry. according to the reg.
ular Gorgas Hospital report for
the week, ending at midnight,
Aug.- 13. Eleven girls and 17
boys were born during this
period, and 216 patients were
admitted awl 156 discharged.
The names and addresses of
th eparents of the girl bab es
fololw: Mr. and Mrs. Q. R. Liv Liverpool,
erpool, Liverpool, of Panama City; Lt. Col.
and Mrs. E. D. McCrackln, of
Ft Amadof sgt. ana wrs. a.
L. Reinhard, of Panama City:
Capt. and Mrs. R. J. Greenwell.
of Ft KobDe: Mr. ana
F. Boykln, of Ft. Amador; SSgt.
and Mrs. C D. RusseU, Jr.. of
Lacona; Mr. and Mrs. A; H.
T.iana. of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Johnson, of Panamal
City; Mr. and Mrs. J. k. Kran Kran-sruez.
sruez. Kran-sruez. of Gamboa, Mr. and Mrs.
R. M. Monrlal of Panama and
Mr. and Mrs. JL E. Anderson, of
Boys were born to the follow following:
ing: following: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Flores,
of Curundu; Mr. and Mrs C. E.
Burgess, of Paralso; Sgt .and
Mrs. L. C. Santos, of Ft Kobbe;
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rvbickl, of
Rousseau; Mr. and Mrs.' J. A.
smith -nf Locona: TSgt and
Mrs. A. Ibaflez, of Albrook; SgtJ
and Mrs. J. J. Krouman, oi rw
Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. V. D, Ste Ste-nhenson,
nhenson, Ste-nhenson, of Gamboa; Mr. and
Mrs. D. P. Bellieu, of Ancon; Mr.
pnd Mrs. H.A. Luria, of Panama
City: TSgt and Mrs. C.W. New Newton,
ton, Newton, of Cocoll; Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. Barber, of Panama; TSgt.
and Mrs. C.C. Nichols, of Pedro
Miguel, Sgt. and Mrs. T, Miran Miranda
da Miranda of Panama City and Mr. and
Mrs. W.J. Peterson, of CocplLt
2 Civil Defense i : -Meetinqs
The Paralso Hvll t)efen! Vol Vol-imter
imter Vol-imter Corns will hold U month monthly
ly monthly tMetin Monday,, at 7:30 p a,
in the school.
The Gatun Civil Defense Vol Volunteer
unteer Volunteer Corps will hold their
monthly meeting .Tuesday, at 9
a.m., In the Service Center.
All members of the resnertlve
townsltes' Civil Defense Volun Volunteer
teer Volunteer Corns are expected to at attend.
tend. attend. Plan will be made for the
forthcoming National Civil De Defense
fense Defense Week. Sept. 9 15, and a
critique will be given on "Op-
eration Alert 1956."
fcnow lA iruA and the
PANAMA, R. FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 195S
5?e,Por;wSexPeted to take the,
diplomaUc offensive one step fur
tber When he sneaks in tho sp
ond day session of the conference.
French Foreign Minister Christian
Pineau was the first scheduled
speaker. ,v ,
Already there was erowins -evi
dence Russia and -such Asian; na-
tions ss India would try W prevent!
any decision at this London and
throw the ssue- into the bigger
conference deroanded, by. Egypt
and Rusia.v': '- '-::-c 'i;
The western Big Three abruptly
ership of he Sues Canai yesterday
in a bid to win world operation of
the disputed waterway under the
Dulle proposed -the concession
to Nasser in return for a four-'
point international control p 1 a n'
"divorced Irom.. the influence of i
national pollitics" in Egypt or any
where else. '-y.-f rZr . ; s.',
; Nasser' answer may be in th
possession f Wing Commander
Aly Sabry, who flaw from Cairo
to London to act as Cairo's unof unofficial
ficial unofficial observer at the 22-nation
Suez parley. Egypt and Greece
refuted to attend formally.
Dulles 5 spoke for the United
m.l.. : n:A.. .J l.
Uetianr tavDt?fcjefs IMew
Russian Arms Shipment 4
CAIRO. Aug. 17 (UP) Russia 'tion that a new Communist arm
poured more aims-into defiant E-
gypt today, and reports from Jor Jordan
dan Jordan said the Arab world is organiz organizing
ing organizing for' underground warfare ,a ,a-gainst
gainst ,a-gainst the west.v: ;:!";
The official organ Al Coumhou-
ria ; reported two Russian ships
loaded with arms for Egypt ar-i
rived in Alexandria Wednesday.)
The official sheet also reoorted for.
the first time iat two arms ships tag a Pan-Aral) strike porotesting fractured skulls were still on the
arrived: a week, ago from. Red .the Suez conference In.London.- Iseriously 111 list at Gorgas Hos Hos-Czechoslovakia,
Czechoslovakia, Hos-Czechoslovakia, Russia's roiddle- Of ficials here said the ; strike pltal today t-
man in last year's commupist arms, was nearly 100 per 'cent effective Russell, D. Robinson Jr ,' Amer Amer-deal.
deal. Amer-deal. '. '' .' ;:m EgyptThey said its success, lean, of Gamboa,.21 months, was
No information about the quan-!bas strengthened President Carnal injured when he fell 18 feet from
tity or types of weapons- included Abdel Nasser's determination to aindow in his parents) ouar ouar-in
in ouar-in the four shiploads Could be ob- resist any plan for intemationaliz- ters after having pushed open
tained immediately. The -arms -will ation of the Suez Canal. : j v'a,n unlocked screen i''.i '.
be issued to regular troops and tol In particular, thest officiars said,! Artnro M. Ruiz Panamanian
the guerrillas now being -trained Nasser will reject the four-point employe of the Canal's! House
in Eypt.-'-:T?;-..v v.k;. .pita-. whwh-v.Seeretary.' -of-. State and Grounds Division, was hurt
The report of the newvmuni j John Foster Dulles proposed at when -Me- missed his step while
tions shipments stimulated specula the Loridon talks yesterday.? ; trying to board a moving truck.
GUY MADISON -VIRGINIA LEITH
COLOR by OE LUXE tn tht wondtr l
country is $ajei Abraham Uncolh.
On Vacation Refuse
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. Inff Hnwn .f inint. hTiifinrinf -nn' iha
vautu au miciiiauuiiai
board to operate the canal "as-
' sociated with the United Nations"
and to include Egyptian represea-i
He said .Egypt would "get an ;
"equitable return.1'' There would
be "fair compensation" for the"
canal's old owners, and any dis
putes over financial 1 Settlement
wouid be .'adjudicated through the
International Court of Justice.
Events moved so fast and
smoothly yesterday that v French;
Foreign Minister (Jmistian fineau
turn came. Lloyd asked if anyone
was-not ready to speak when nis
else was ready, vhen no one spoke,
"We -can sit around and look
t ene another, but in lieu of, that
I propose that, we adjourn j
.The conferees .did, and tamed-;
ately : started a series, of, private
talks. They had much to discuss
in the West's plan as ; presented.
Dulles laid down four principles
which the West believes must gov
era the canal, and four means of
corrvinff nut the nrinrinles.-
. None of them quesUoned Egypt's where he is a member.of the Al Al-ownership
ownership Al-ownership of the canal. That was bany diocese.
a major concession not oniy to'
kUsnnai Wlt oilA tft Ti ItSCl Q SUlH
aeat is in the works. A recent out
ourst of activity on the part of
Soviet. Ambassador Eugeny. Kiss-,
lev appeared to support these m-
bebtaK0 confir?ation couW
"', mi-oniciai; Mideast news
agency said the new anti-western
underground was organized "some
where in Jordan"" vestwdnv; rinJ
- JOHN HODIAK DEAN JAGGER
High Fidttity STEREOPHONIC SOUND
.Tnffia ; a -n:
auzauon w me, auez LSnai a clear
violaUon oL interaational treatiei
and ; understandings;
Paniima's views on compart
sons between the Sues Canal's
Situation and that of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Will, be found on
Page One. ; ,; . y
Kcib's Fr; Rybv
Leaves CZ Fcr G::d
: Father- Lawrence H, Ryan, the
man who was instrumental in get getting
ting getting Tor Kobbe' ate brand new
cha per,. left this week after Three
years of faithful service,; carrying
wittr him the besi wishes of the
many who knew him.
in 195T Father Ryan will be cel-
ebrating his- 25th year to the
ipnswooa. ine ?5tn" juouiee cere
momes will take place neat his
home town of .Troy,' New. Y 0 r k,
During the 15 years he has been
m the service Father Ryan has
conducted services in virtually ev- j
ery comer -of the 'globe.-
His assignments took him to
Germany and France during World
War II; to Puerto- Rico at the con -elusion
of hostilities; agai to the
combat area this time in Korea,"
during the fighting therej. a n d
mo.st recently lb Pansma. 1 ;
Father Ryan's present f assign-:-ment
' will take him-to Fort Ben-
mng, Georgia, where he will be at
tached tc the- 3rd Infantry Divi
sion. v -. '"-:,' Ri
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Patients Still ';
Vll JtJTIUUb LIST
Two patients suffering from