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FAN AM A, B. P, SATURDAY, AUGUST t, 1951
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the im im-on
on im-on be be-of
of be-of the
s at. the
. as ct ct-;iz
;iz ct-;iz con;;.
) the par-
? tion to
: ; ae peo
ciegates l.i the par-
lth the r
' ley and r
. reed for r
eld cur f.
- pies of the
j -, eminent a
I m m e d 1 a tely fo'.' dn? his
aaaress tr welcome, Remon
- named Mrs. Felicia Kliv&n Gau Gau-tifr,
tifr, Gau-tifr, Mayor of San Juan, Puerto
, Kico, to pr"ide over the parley.
T Her first act on tgi-'-'j over
ta 'request a mlnina of si-.
' lence in memory of Euy de Lu Lu-;
; Lu-; .go Vliia, the creator of Lie idea
' of Inter American n.unicipal
: congress. v
'Prpsident 'Arias left the-as
sembly hall vhere the lr.3rural
session was held shortly ailer-ards-
and t: e delegates settled
down to the business of the ses ses-..
.. ses-.. aion.
This included the reading of
the report from the credentials
committee, election of Vice pres presidents,
idents, presidents, approval of the by-laws
ci uie congress ana me reaaing
- of a report from the secretariat.
South Not Yef
T 'rflrf! Ttirwelt Vilif ef'.i-
i t in tne O; -ce of the Chief of
- f.tnsfineers in WaiiUnston, DC. is
acheduled to arrive on the Isth Isth--
- Isth-- mus tomorrow night to consult
y with engineers of the Panama
;t Canal Company on the slide sec sec-4
4 sec-4 tion of Gaillard Highway on Pa--ralioHlll.
hi !"T! ,lRinc0 Suwler' yr'f San Juan. Puerto Rico
he enters he assembly hall of the Panama University, Vhew
the inaujursj session of the Sixth Inter-American ConVreM of
ern Uemocriti iiiuii .j.
have accepted Sen. Estes Kefauv
er s vice-presiaenual nomination
With a minimum nf snimKiin.
mr uis ume oeuig.
- Some ron.fl tha lik...i
Tennessee senator would weaken
the ticket in Dixie. But this wax
coumea witn cmmit to v.n k.
Solid South-' in the Democratic
.- t j.-
If there Is to be ereanizecl op
position within the party te tho
Democratic ticket bocauto Ko Ko-feuver
feuver Ko-feuver was selected in an "open
convention" as Adlif Steven
sen's running mate, It wil prob probably
ably probably show, itself within the next
few weeks. . -i ,;,
South Carolina Tfemnorat t
t . MlliVfc
in State convention lit ihi.
month to decide if the candidates
ana piauorm are acceptable. Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi is expected to do the same.
The Southern states lined, up
in an almost solid bloc to oppose
Keiauver's nnminatinn U
ed Some 'Scattering at mnnnrf in
Mini varouna, rionaa ana Alaba
ma. .: ; ,. .- v. -.! .,,-,, : ;j.
But; he wnn tha innnirt nf tii.
native Tennessee onlv ; iftr Sn
Albert' Gore, Kefauver's Tennes-
GOP Platform' Drafters
Disagreeing; On Details :
" Eurwell's acfvlce is desired on
. permanent ; solution' to .the
( problem which has become more
critical during tne past few days
.because of additional earth
v movement there caused by heavy
f rain?., The sliding material has
' caused the pavement to buckle
. or break in some sections.
- Maintenance Division forces are
now ensraped in- temporary re re-..
.. re-.. pair work to keep the highway
. open to traffic. ;
' Bnrnell has visited the Isth-
in us on previous occasions. He
, .-..was caid to the Isthmus in A A-iPul
iPul A-iPul 1 i for .consultations' on
the Cm. Actors Hill project. He
is well M.own In the field of en en-.
. en-. pineering geology, particularly
as it relates to subsurface con-
uions lor construction work.
- v-- ... ..''.-":'
MffVTrn crrv ai ialfm
Government employes,-: labor
unions. ;civle oreanizations and
military t.rflnnt ;'l shr i trl.
.ant demonstratkm :"eot.. 1 when
rresiaenE Aaono l :.mz Conines
delivers his foiir'Ii state .of the
nauon speecn. a ,
2 Fi.i...cr Ceres
Neiiher of the twe newly ad ad-tnitted
tnitted ad-tnitted pnl'a patients is on the
seriously ill list at Gorgas Hos Hos-"pitsl
"pitsl Hos-"pitsl today.
The two new eases, a 27 27-.
. 27-. year-old resident of Panama'
, and a 13-year-old hoy from La
, Boca were reported at the hos hospital
pital hospital yesterday,
The Panama resident ha a
, low spinal Involvement with1
severe paralysis ef the legs,
: but his condition Is reported
- jte be good.-
The La Coca boy, admitted
ten days are has non-paraly-t'c
polio. The ailment was
just diagnosed yesterday. i:is
father is employed at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Service Center, :
Lerchen Returns I
Frank H. Lerchen Jr., Main Maintenance
tenance Maintenance Ensineer of the Pana
ma Canal Company, has return returned
ed returned to duty following a vacation
.of several weeks in the United
. Mr. and Mrs. Lerchen return-
ra weaiH aav On th. Panama
The '.', civilian nd mllitarv
groups will line f streets from
tne 'national ..a :ace to the
Chamber of Denuaes where the
President and tiU party will
pass through a tin of confetti
ana me usual i .aaer oi ap
, A "Woche M"xicana." or tvDi-
cai Mexican I. fa, will be held
on the big Convolution Plaza on
the mgni of the first; Autnori Autnori-ties
ties Autnori-ties estimate about 1,000,000
nersons Will take nart in th nnv
and night ,fes"vi' es.
She Watches Polo
LONDON. 1 ttpA,.'-.
Elizabeth arrwed af the Scottish
island of North I'i
some of the islanders boycotted
ner recepuon, ; ,
A minister staved iwiv hpaii
the Oueen wati-hex nnln
Sunday, ... ; ,.
To H:d VL-;:s!:vb
WASHINfiTON An. 11 TTP'
ioe iniprnniinnai i WMt a. t a
ministration today denied it is
shipping nearly 400 jet planes to
.Communist Yiifnclavia .'
The 1CA said 'all shipments of
j t aircraft to Yugoslaviar'are froz frozen
en frozen ess President Eisenhower
per ally orders that they go
: I" P- John Tsber (R-H.Y.Jsen-lor
COP member of the House Ap Appropriations
propriations Appropriations f'nmmittpo eVit th.
- ( .... -i.
1CA In a 'letter about reports that
380 jets in the foreign aid pipeline
Would SO" to Yuimslivi Hacnitol
the new law conditionally blocking!
nearly all Yinrnsiavian miiiur.
4 The new law naecai la. mAiu
- .. in jnuiuil
by Congress-cuts off shipments
in 90 days of all military spplies
uuukih ior Yiipn avia ui h mi.t,,.i
security funds unless tho President
utiermines tne aid shoud ponfi-
nue.. i --.
"The adminictratinit im nA
sLiuug oi in intenr nf ih r n
Kress that careful rauiaui K.
made of American policies toward
lugosiavia prior i to undertaking
any new assistance programs...,"
iuiu isoer. : -1
"You mav be ronfidont 'that
til the President ha acted, "oniy
Small.' routine and nna nl linn art
deliveries of mutual security sup supplies
plies supplies will be made...
"It is true that millt
ance planned for Yugoslavia 'on
me oasis ot prior year appropria appropriations
tions appropriations by Coneress inrlnHri
"'J. training jet aircraft,- he said.
iins may expiam tne press re reports
ports reports on this sub ject.'V J
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 1
(UP) Republicans, bent on
drafting a "better platform
than the Democrats did," dis disagreed
agreed disagreed today over "language"
details of planks they wll pre present
sent present to the GOP national con convention
vention convention next week.
Chairmen of th 1n inhenm.
mlttees of the Republican plat platform
form platform committee met behind
closed doors, until 12:30 this
morning trying to finish a poli policy
cy policy statement that would help
the GOP In Its hid tn atar In
power after the November elec elections.:
tions.: elections.: -;.;.,,,,
Thurston Morton oil airman
Of the fnrelcn rlat.tnna nihrnm.
mlttea, said the executive body
had the "substance of the plat platform
form platform pretty well laid down."
But Sen. Prsrntt U
vonn.t, cnairman of the overall
platform committee. aM "w-v
still got a lot of language to a-
. BUSh :ieJd:' th 'initienmmlH
chairman hoped to have their
recommendation ready for pres presentation
entation presentation to a .rherlnlo
of the full 105-member platform
Committee' Inter tnrfatr
''But we may not get the Job
done hv then mH if mU
w- W v MUH I.
we'll have to delay the full
meeting for a while," Bush said.
in suDcommittee chairmen
see colleague, tossed in the towelJhave held two late night sessions
lit in III! iimiiJ mil ...II lv tn -. T'il'
tryi to agree on the jfca sic
ideas that would annnnri th
GOP campaign in the faUlec-
i ised "all things io all'; neoDle
Dartlcularlv nn -plvll r1o-ht
"Our Dlatform will" not. K
iunrealisflc as., that bull It will
contain a more, plausible, effec effective
tive effective set of nronosals.".. Morton
saia. ,"we uv certain y have a
better nlatform than th nmn.
Icrats. did.- ; w-' ,Hy.iv -''
Bush indicated one of the
tlme-consumina- rilfflrnlH.. th
subcommittee chairmen eftcoun eftcoun-tered
tered eftcoun-tered was a matter of savlmr
What they wanted tn uv in a a
few words as possible." i
, nu nupea o arait a
10,"? he said, "I'm afraid it
won't be as concise as some of
us would have Uked K." r
In addition tn nlrlrcen 'ar4
Bush. Other subenmiTiItt -rialr-
men are such Republican stal stalwarts
warts stalwarts as sen. Arthur Watkins of
Utah and Sen. James Duff of
J, ''Whenever you -We' a group
ui men irom an nvar th mhiu
try sitting down and trying to
work out the details' of eome-
thlnff. it take time" ncV .airl
"perhaps that's why we've rot rotten
ten rotten a little hen Inn rhriio
had been no ?'mim. hi ea irr
ment on substantive matters"
and-he was confident the final
result Would h nlat.fnrin that
would i contain "no della tion
from President -. Riwn nnurBira
Een. Irvintr T: Tve chilrmin
Of tb. v 'ii ,
SssJf $5 Million
CHICAGO Allrt .. 1 lift. :'" a k
i. Fired urs bv AAW. t c. 1 roaa-
C.ii a r 7 "n5on s promise fo carrv tha
buci;Uj.7r,..rL "'"" their eojert
camp 9 '0sk of ""s"" ,hs oll-t
, XL f 1 ''',fi ''v''-'-'-' :'-"'!,!lV !.''' ': "-,--' '"'V' i j
A .The DemOCraHc nntlnnnl if ;
session to beain DI.nni ".7: e.ww
with the money problem. ""'
vvnairman- raui Butler said the national committet
is shooting for about S3 m.l.mn a Ii: "m, '"ei
groups tan raise an qdditb
, J 4 'at. ', --' "I
fauver, the running-mate who wailwlthiieF' fnM ",mo,we us
in a nrecedpnt-! it. ? viuuuicen"
free-for-all convention! ment ti.,.. Zr "nom,c advsnre-
f lf U L.......I
iotlEBEC city:' Ani;. II i-tlPI
Tha liner 1 menc, bringing 1,197
passengers from Europe, collided
with the C;eek liner Columbia in
the- fog-sht uded Quebec Harbor
Some of the' islanders refiiceit' tn
attend because there was not e e-noush
noush e-noush local reoresenl atlnn nn the
. The royal vibit committee even
decided not to present, the queen
with her usual bouquet of flowers,
but it would not say why; i
The Rpv Kenneth Mai Ha aaiH1
he decided io stay away from the,''
reception Because sne waicnes tne. 7
Dolo matches in which her hits-l KICWll ins 1a -rrm n
band, the Duke of Edinburgh' fini'c moves will' be marf-.nn.
ric,- 1 .igs!
sl i,-ed i
ooard at t
is indicated that no-
either ship was sen
orilies said the Home Home-i
i Home-i of the Home Lines,
) the port side of the
ieh wss berthed ai
, where it arrived
h 732 passengers.
0 passengers were a-
time. ,' .''
chosen for him
breaking f ree-for-all convention 1 mpnt
f ,:hf. nlanned to ct a few riavs Rnn,,r
' t e ctMrt a) II 1 1
nbia was scheduled to
; 'ternoon with 480 pas pas-Europe.
Europe. pas-Europe. Officials said
'una v would leave on time,
ric's bow was slightly
"I the vessel nosed
ii t murkv foe tow si. I a
an 1 scraped about 80 feet
.:e s.de of the smalled
t: ing several of its
r l i i aita.ed t,. t the'
l.nishe product will b e a
ef the Elsenhower administra administration
tion administration record. -v
Sen. Fveret.t. -tjf 'Wri...!' -m
. t xx-
111). rhalrman nf th. -i.ux.
subcommittee, carefully avoided
iuiu. or wnai nis
Dlank WO11M rnntaln ti..t m..u
said; "You can be sure it will be
ix-iw awiit i 1 1 ir s ; ,rimnnr
Othei Renuhlican ar.i.J
wiiiK. ncre ims week have
censured the Democrat, for
""g a piauorm that prom-
Pre;! !::;t Uzhxcs
ic were awake ss the
' into port after sailing
he St. Lawrence River
Atlantic. Many were
ffv realized that the
' :t another ship. 1
' -s 1 t h e v
. -a. which opci at at-the
the at-the United States nd
t and Australia. She
' er by the Home Lines
him and his
hours. Kor ti
ment on the
Jamos C. i
plays on Sundays.
General Dc CguIIc
On VGy To Tahiti
Gfn. r!harlr Tim flzn inrf
ni vite wfre abourd the French
j get Cyprus self-government nejo-
uauons siartea agiin, it was re
v Zi a nere ,oaay- 1 ed cn
mese were, orotcen off earner m
this year because Greek Orthodox 1
Archbishop Maksrios would a o t bvt
'' rporto te the
pound's call for a
Tho Eritiih spoEotmsn said tho
EOKA underground organiis organiis-tion's
tion's organiis-tion's ttnittional truce ofrtr wss
eorul ,;rd osnuint.
Cyprlols strolled thrtugh the
The general leartAr t th. VloiTice was reDortc air Hav-
PtPA t'ran.k '. Ij.:. i 11 C th nact 1 rAfl
Line ship Caledonia which made ,cPrio, strolled thrtugh th
the Canal transit this morning ""l1 of u ,are towns last n:;.'
bound for Tahiti an(1 f"r lne f,rs' in 18 mon:h
1 ; '. f U the tension was gone. K,
f'ist renrieve ffrant
"ui man since the e-
" .sau ted early last year,
ed If mm the death penalty
' s Supreme Coiirt was
'',"- s Tanag., 18. His sen senior
ior senior a'tompted murder was
to t.'e imprisonment.'
liner-Panama Wh u,;", ren.r.n or.CM.' urmf t,r" L. L" .r...' ,ee.;monln!'
Siat ,7itj ii I nuua war ii was ai.so oeing ac-r'.""5 uas oeen ume activity sti"I
fr,en.isth.ny Vt lL pmi on the trip by a pat- which was the best time
init tor h-rTm in. i"iiu. ry oi mree, besides his wife. ir snipers ana Bomb throwers to
e: r?8slern a"d S6V"lv The Tewel arrlve t CristO- operate.
Durimr leVohen-, 'i,'L. ibal 7:20 a ra- to 8nd b- In tne Past month a,ne 21 per-
the isthmiiV Pari t Prnn.nn q i i lrans't elmtwt immerli- sons were killed end many more
bStom Maintenance main aboard the ship instead of, Er.t.m commut'.d ifi. -tl,h"
. 8 ; : Icoming ashore. .- sentence of e Creek Cypriot to-
' l if- i CaUr (hA mnint .1 11.,
, mure as me
,"'l."f reciprocal snoroach hv
Britain t the DPace nvertnr.l
W". f E
that if t
I underground.' These ov ov-"ere
"ere ov-"ere made in leaflets
: Thursday and signed
: r" -f COKA 1,-ader
si, the ceasefire
" e'.rts toward a
Si : "out and would
t S, i faith of British
Hels warned, however,
e truce were ignored EO-
1 "r would resume on
rreswent Eisenhower relaxed
the White House today while Re
DUD icans nrenaret t, i..mi.i
ception for him at t COP na
uonai conven inn y
The President had no comment
on me Hood of r-hn i-.pt aoainct
anm niMiation that
ine L'emocrstic na
n in its closing
i ne nave any com com-cratic
cratic com-cratic ticket, -press
y -atked if he
fts.J.nt raft an.
beat. Drt ocratic nnineo Adlsl
Sttvenson isid "Jut say I
!' 1 -J and' than said 'sure.'
.r. Lisenhower nlanned tn cnenrf
(he hot stiminer weekend st the
White House, but he had no sched scheduled
uled scheduled appointments.-.! '; v- .
Most nf l.:s aides already are in
San Fra n-, o for the Republican
convention v.hkh Opens Monday.
Mr. Eisci : er will flv ther
Wednesday t-j accept' renomina-j
tion. -.',' -,
Plans for the convention proceed proceeded
ed proceeded in an s "o phere of calm. On-!
ly Harold K. Stassen's drive to
push Vice-president Richard '-M.
Nixon from the ticket caused any
stir. But his drive faced almost
solid opposition from COP leaders.
- Stamen met, wilh the President
for five minutes jc ierday shortly
Defore leaving ior sn rrancisco.
The White liuiHe t'.--lined tnr av
Whether they discused Stassen's
"Dump Nixon" drive.
Otto Jcl.n's Chief ;'
Ives said the platform would
contain a "very definitive"
statement opposing discrimin-'
atlon In employment because
of race, color and creed.- .., ,,,
He Said it Wniltrl alcn nm nut
for extended social ceciirltu krt.
efits and extension of the minli
mum w age law that it ; would
probably not specify which
groups were, to benefit. '.:,
i. .... 1 ...til I
a i c ..me sp 1 1
...ii m tlu ii ,eeiis is nut
.s before, the personality cu't
session I a st, this coimtrv
A spoketmsn said Stevenson
plant a "looter", campaign than
ha waned in his prsvieut try at
th V hit House in 1?52, with
fr f irmal sr etches snd mora
croi country bsrnttorming
touri. vens also plans to
fnaks I oral r- of television.
Steven ., a saiA the Eisenhower
THE WINNTS Ad!af ffevc'n' i Is shown In Chicago shortly
. before the Democratic National Convention nominated, him.
- ii jitry
'paganda and a
tr 1 1- .1
and truth 'a "a .J '"'"ersnip
mean to give, t. ,,8l, fi4ti,w'
yr is a house divided" and Wr
?,!"l 'h l' W
eno is not prosperous and thir
Blng, the cold war.
-"I for nn am' va-.. i.
teaee the incrit,r .i il. r. r
n .j " mo nepuon-
"RVit aA 7 Dlevn?on eid.
out good Intentiont tr. nt
enough, and the country I. .t.ii.2
miJi fc8d ,ce.nuter -stalled in tho
middle of the road- while the
world goes whriling past us."
MrTrwmaiv who hid bse' d
CoV. Averell Hsrriman against
Stevenson, showed the convention 1
thst he wanted to bury the ha ten-'
t.. .;y -!..,--:
"I am here tn eivm f.,u
port to Adral Stevenson," he -id
"Gov. Stevenson is a real figjiter
end I ought to know.
"Any man who can take 'this
convention the wav h diH .hu
be able to take the Republicans
next fall. He's riven lAma r4 net
here a pretty good licking and he's
suing io give jugennower a better
Mr.? Truman whrt nmt..j
doubt three days aeo about Steven.
son's, ability to win aeainst Mr.
Eisenhower, told the delegates' that
"some fellow whit I uriir tiAt aim
has Said that Adlat Steventnn will
have trouble winning in November,
"Now"! want to tell you some-
thine. h id "nnn't let tk.t
worry you. That is what' they said
about me itt l9.,,. 'i
KARLSRUHE. Germany Aug.
1 (UP) Dr. Helmut Dix resign resigned
ed resigned tnHav at ehief Hefenca ftll.irn.
ey for Otto John, alleged double
J f . J 1 V . .
ucietiur accustu ui iiikh Lreason.
'Dix tail! reasnnt fnr hit reeiirna
tion would be made clear when
John comes to trial.
Joha wss chief of the West Ger German
man German office for the defense of the
constitution when he fled to East
Germany iii 1954.
If retnrnel tn West rlArmmi,
last December and has been held
1 more intensive scale," since without bail
... M...j fcJ;,.
KrWAdlli nTHEeYrNS?X!L the "icene-on the convention floor as sup-;
senf johnKenLy. demonstrate after Stevenson, -name was put In nomination tr
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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Cl AootlU rAMAMIKICAN, Pa
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4S MAOISOM AVI. N TOOK. 1171 N. T.
MONTH M 8 I. TO 0
IX MONTHS IN DVANCf i 25 '22
ONI 1M. M ovwc U S 00
tHti n Tcm rexuM thi hacks own columh
' Tke Med Ira b M hfuw tat rwOr at Tfct riMW America
Un aarae ttltti deal be imffiMt II oeeri
e 4T Ltn !"!' w tha rdr racamS.
, flea tnr to keep tht lattan limited to aet (aRfltk
laWit at kMai arritM la kali ka strict caaiMaaCa.
Tlus wiaaaai anamaa a tsaMikilitv tot ttaHMato a atiaieat
apetvM M amen mm rwHi
THE MAIL BOX
-i ,-,.-,., mfwan- Tim mtahtv nrnud of being one.
I sincerely oeheve in our loroi oi government and in our con constitution,
stitution, constitution, and I am sure that that goes for all good American
citizens, but unfortunately, there are some organizations in Uie
Canal fcone who defeat the purpose of our democracy.
Our Government spends millions of tax-payers dollars an annually
nually annually to eradicate discrimination in the United States and m
Latin America, but that discrimination is practiced here In the
Canal Zone by certain U. & Government agencies. .-
The time has come when we should stop listening to the
demagogues. Let's take our democrat principles at heart and
let's practice them sincerely and equitably. Discrimination can
be practiced in many forms. Of course, the worst type of dis discrimination
crimination discrimination Is that which aifecis a man's livelihood, but there
are other types of discrimination which affect a man's morale.
For Instance, social events are held In the Canal Zone by
certain U. S. Government organizations to which all employes
should be Invited because of the very nature, of the events.
Isn't it discriminating to invite Just certain employes because
of the fact that they are fortunate enough to enjoy high sal salaries,
aries, salaries, and leave the others out? Doesn't that practice affect
the morale of those employes who are subjected to discrimina discrimination?'
tion?' discrimination?' " '' .
To some people Democracy Is Just a meaningless word.
I wonder if you could explain to me, an ordinary reader of
your newspaper why the authorities throw, a "curtain of silence."
around the identity of polio victims. -. Y
I have always been curious as to just why they feel.lt Im Important
portant Important to withhold the names of theindividuals concerned.
It seems to me that we have advanced enough these days
to consider polio just one more disease in a long line of. many.
Certainly there Is no stigma attached to It, and the announce announcement
ment announcement that a child or person Is suffering from polio can evoke
only sympathy not loathing or distaste. ,
Whenever cases from Panama are reported, we are anxious
to know from which section the patient came. Why Isnt the
public entitled to .this Information? Certanly we wouldn't
bombard the hospital with messages of good cheer for the
family unless we were close friends. Certainly, we would not
annoy the loved ones of those stricken. So why do the powers
that be Insist on withholding the names and localities of polio
patients.- ; .' ;. ',a'- .'v'.-i.'..: J.
I wish they would come out and offer one legitimate reason.
If people will be more careful, take better precautions, as a re result
sult result of the information, being it-leased what harm., can this
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In the sleenless and highly
liquid hours just before the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic convention opened, several
bands of immoderates-for-iiteveB-son
met In the Palmer House and
the less veneered Hotel Morrison
and buzied with strategy for
smearing Harry S. Truman as an
."uninfluemial old maa who should
be put out to pasture."
Those who decided to smear
Truman were the restless resent-
fuls who had scarcely drawn a po
litical breath between Franklin
Roosevelt and Adlai Stevenson
They were the militants of the in
tense old New Dealers, tht old
ciu and the newer Americans for
Democratic Action, (ADA) some
of whom are now so opulent that
they can fly. to their hate-Truman
trysts i t specially chartered air
plane, - :
: Just before they all met. they
realized they were up against n-
otner "oia msn" an old enemy
whom they hardly had expected
to una in Harry iruman i camp
around the fire being built for
Harrimap.. They found they, were
up against John L. Lewis, too
Even before Truman announced
for Averell Harriman, the miners
were out among the delegates, but
ton-holing them with -. enough
strength to guarantee hours of re
pair work for members of the
men s clothing workers union.
Kennedy went out visiting the del delegations
egations delegations from Kentucky.. West Vir
ginia, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Vir
nia and Ohio, busily beating the
arums ror uarriman.
I have learned over the years
never to put all my estimates of
John Lewis' motivations in one
basket. But among the reasons for
the sledge-hammer attack on Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson by the miners is the fact
that John Lewis and his food
friend, David McDonald of the
steelworkers, know that Walter
Heuther is for Stevenson. Adlai
had really not given either the
coal diggers or the steelworkers
much of his time when ha was
governor of Illinois.
Word is that John Lewis, Tom
Kennedy and Dave McDonald, who
can sway a lot of labor votes, be believe
lieve believe that Reuther held off back
ing Stevenson until the Auto Un
ion chief felt it was "in tho bag"
for Adlai. -Kv.-1-; .r;:,:,.i
Word then was that Reuther ar arranged
ranged arranged to see Harry Truman early
Friday before the v other labor
leaders got to the ex-president
Reuther is believed to "have '-urged
Truman to junk Harriman and at
least stay jneutral'becauf labof
was lor Stevenson,) Mr. (Truman
listened, smiled and talked about
civil j rights and the Truman li
brary project and, later, 'pitched
uunaer at sievenson. ;
there developed a strange politi1
cat war-within-a-war. The miners.
the' steel union leaders;' the tnost
active professional labor politico
of the old AFL, George Harrison
oi ue Kauway uerks, and th old
line rauway brotherhoods, un
leashed their counter offensive.
They wanted to back Truman, of
course. He had been their friend
111 til na.t Th itantr
Harriman, His foreign policy and
ms pnvaie promises to labor Were
what they wanted and couldn t get
from the cooler, more urbane Ste
' But what they wanted, too, was
to keep Walter Reuther and his
effective political precinct ma
chine from proving to be the most
imiuenuai tabor ,lorce at the con
vention.).. -. .v.-
Like oases in th Haiart ll'a
long waytDetween these parleys
The labor men: who tfelivar mn
will be the most sought-after On Onion
ion Onion officials during the next four!
years wnen tney Deneve tne
Democratic party-labor coalition
can groom a sure winner for fu future
ture future elections.
So Lewis, McDonald and some
of the other labor chiefs who have
been deep in politics for decades
decided to close in on Reuther.
True, there are other AFL-CIO
leadera ; who are .' for Stevenson1
besides Reuther. But these are not
the real activists.
With one exception. This is the
bloc led by David Dubinskv and
Alex Rose, the New York Liberal
party ehiefs. They are in Chicago
and they are in Stevenson's camp.
But- if enthusiasm were electric
power, their support wouldn't light
a 100 watt bulb.
The real inside fight has settled
down to a battle against the
Reuther phalanx within labor.
While they aren't wild about
Harry, the conservatives have
moved in behind him. i
"Is It thD Party Lir.:cr C-
I I B Mi
M I iBaW I
V By Peter Edscn i :
WASHINGTON NA) Thei' But positively, Republicans who by staying out of the controversy
1323 delegates to the Republican
National Convention will have a
fine time making GOP whoopee
at ban Jfrancisco. but everyone
thinks he knows what the result
wiu be. -h v : ;,
The platform which the Republi
cans wiu adopt this year makes
less difference than usual. If they
wanted to write the platform on
a postcard, they' could print the
one word "1K.E" in bia block
letters and that would be it. For
what they're running on Is a per personality.
sonality. personality. J
Even the one By in the Republi
can elephant salyt is a matter
of 1 personality, hot issues. This is
the slight irritation scratched up
by Harold E. stassen's opposition
to the renommauon of. Vice Presi
dent Nixon, it centers more on
Nixon's personality than what he
stands for or believes in. -.
Many of the Republican lead
ers and convention delegates who
support Eisenhower and Nixon so
enthusiastically do not hold the
same ideas which the President
has put forward in his foreign and
Negatively, tney may endorse
his policies because they believe
them less objectionable than those
that would be nut forward bv. sav
. .11.1 1 f
AQiai oievenstm or Avereu nam-
do not" agree with the Eisenhower
program are willing and eager to
follow his lead. They want him
tO Win.'"' -r: J. ..
It is not easy to sum up this
Eisenhower personality that at
tracts so many people, though he
is not a complex character. He is
fundamentally a decent guy, .He
speaks no evil of any man, pub publicly,
licly, publicly, even in answering attacks
made on him by others in and out
w nis own party
He speaks Constantly of his con
cern for the welfare of all the
American people and no one
doubts his sincerity ; w
. Ie .laobviouily and -onscicn-
tiously trying, to- de a good job.
Tht tact mar the "whole country.
by and large, is- enjoying relative
prosperity contributes naturally to
the belief mat he is doing a good
joo. - n
Ho has been able to. hold him himself
self himself aloof from amny of the justi
fiable criticisms that, have been
leveled against his administration.
The brickbats thrown at his de
parted subordinates like ex-Sec
retary of the Air Force HaroM
Talbott. and Ex-Sen, Harry P.
Cain have not bounced off to hit
the President. As head of the ad administration,
ministration, administration, the responsibility for
uieir acuvmes ma; oe ms. oui
WASHINGTON Jimmy EnoseEIectric Ke can also subpoena
veil of taluornia, flose work as a'l telephone executives who have
been working for the government.
and they cannot ckim any privi privilege,
lege, privilege, i
V.hlp No. 2 He can move to
set aside the consent decree be-
a cotgre.-smaa has tccn mute e. e.-lective
lective e.-lective thin his work as a hus-
oand. has smelled a new confuel-
o.:-iHierest ckte insiae .the Ike
adminislraUon. Coniiicts of inter-,
est have been one of Ike's oetes at ween AT&T and the govern govern-noires,
noires, govern-noires, and this one involves ihe ment. This can be done by Con Con-biggest
biggest Con-biggest monopoly in tie nation gress over the head of tha Justice
f-uUncaa xeieiihone and Tele- Department. Roosevelt, 'as chair chair-,raph.
,raph. chair-,raph. man of a House Small Business
hooscvelt has dug out the iatt subcommittee working wnn cci-
that a total o is Amentaa l'c
and Q el employees or reared cm
ployees are either employed or
nave been employed inside the E. E.-senhower
senhower E.-senhower administration, and that
they ihiiuenced the JusUce Depart-uent-in
settling an antitrust case
against their own company.
This case, one of tue most im
ler, chairman-of ihe Judiciary
Committee, is in a position tu da
Meanwhile, here are some of the
telephone officials Roosevelt hsa
dug up who' have been working
inside the Eisenhower admiral ra ration:
tion: ration: -,
In the Office of Defense Mobili-
portant brought under Trumaa.'zation Victor E. Cooley, Deputy
showed an inside aeai bciwecu a director : Cole E. Armstrong; Har-
I and T and its wholly ownoj old M. Botkin; Albert J. Carey; -subsiaiaiy,
western Electric, .j George A. Landry; Charles Wt
freeze out other electronics man-,? otter; Joseph D. Storkton;
that raged about them, he ia not
In his relations with the Con Congress,
gress, Congress, President Eisenhower's sue
cess has been something short of
great or even good. In four years
he has obtained only-about half
oi nis program.
The, blame can be nlaeed about
equally on Democrats and Repub Republicans
licans Republicans who have, blocked or- al altered
tered altered his proposals. Ia spite of
this opposition, the President has
the wholesome respect of practi
cally all congressmen,; '
Even the President's health. Tec
ord borders on the miraculous. 'An
ordinary Jnan f his ge. having
both heart attack -ySndV ileitis
operation in eight monhi .would
be rated as ready f or retirement
But not Eisenhower.' '
Though it is admitted that Eisec-
hower has not been1 a full time
PACifl Aiit' i tKiei rwMSAt k kits
i,.m v..v i. attorney general would cavalierly
uvuiibvu urn was- niui aa rivKUVHW uaij y
being ble to bear up in this tough- deny a requesVof an appropriate
est job In the-world for another fommittee of Congress, while at
fmii vri that hnimA ha the same time the White Houso
strenuous. freely supplies confidential infor-
ufacturcrs. With electronics vital
to guided missiles and national de defense
fense defense today, it's all-important to
have as many electronics firms in
business as possible.
, however, after the antitrust divi division
sion division had spent several years pre preparing
paring preparing for a showdown trial, At Attorney
torney Attorney General Brownell negoti negotiated
ated negotiated a facesaving consent decree
permitting the telephone company
and its wholly owned subsidiary,
Wester Electric, to continue their
monopoly relationship. They were
not divorced. -r
. Congressman Roosevelt now con contends
tends contends that this consent decree was
an inside job, similar to- the plac placing
ing placing of Adolpbe Wenzell inside the
government on the Dixon-Yates
MOWN ELL REVERSES
The Justice Department has
now publicly admitted that the Dix-on-Yates-Wenzell
case was a con conflict
flict conflict of interest, but it took two
years to make Brownell admit this.
ror months, the fact that wenzell
had been working inside the Budg
et Bureau was carefully hushed
up. Attempts by Congress to sub
poena information about him were
refused. Inquiries by this column
at the Budget Bureau and the
White House were rebuffed.
But last month, Brownell, in, in
official charge 'before the U.S.
courts, labelled Dixon-Yates a con conflict
flict conflict of interest. ,
So far, Brownell has rebuffed
both Jimmy Roosevelt and Cong.
Emanuel Celler of TOew York re regarding
garding regarding .A T k, T.. When Celler
wrote him asking for data regard
ing the A T k T consent decreJ
Brownell ..didn't. vea bother to re
ply. Instead, his ; hatchet-man,
William P. Rogers,-ieplied;VTMs
department rfannot grant your re
quest to examine, our -files relat-
. t. v! 1 r c.
ing u inc accreo m t-.a. -v.-Aiucr-
ican Telephone and Telegraph Co.,
et al.' v ..: ,..;;;:..'
Celler wrote back:
"It is strange indeed that "the
Charles E. Wamoler: Benjamin
la the Air Force':. Donald A.
Quarles, Secretary of the Air Force
( r ftll1!0 tie Ati.Al trm A -f
t T); John. M. Ferry, special'
assistant to the undersecretary;
Dr. Mervin J Ke.lly; Stewart E,
. '. .' ('
In the Defense Department; Wil- -liam
M. Day; G D.. Garner; Fred Frederick
erick Frederick J. Given; George B. Lar-''
kin; Walter A. MaeNair; William
H. Martin. At onetime Robert T.
Stevens, an A T &-T director, was
Secretary of the Army. 2 j;.
In other branches of govern government:
ment: government: George McConnaughey;
chairman of the Federal Commu-
nications Commission; which rcgu
lates the telephone companv;
Donald R Belcher, assistant di director
rector director of the budget Robert Bur Burgess,
gess, Burgess, director of the census; A.
B. Clark, national security agency;
Stanley- Damkroegerj .Karl -Hons-,
man. George Ireland, and Wil William
liam William Vanstory, Department of
wiinuiern; Aruur -w. rage, cam-:
Tint KAmmlH. .
na organization. '
While these telephone officials
llflVA hfiAn tuit-lrfn. I : .1 4L
ernment or advising it. Jiere ara
some of the concessions and con-J
tracts the telephone company hat
received from the government:
ine ueiense Department has sold
most of th Army-Navy phone sys systems
tems systems to A I s T and is nenmi.
ating to sell all of thrm Th tn.'
terior Department has sold many
of the phone systems in the na-'
uonai parxs to A T & T. A t2
400.000,000 contract wit cionerf tih
A T & T for the rtinr. 4-
early wirhlnf : svstem ha
arctic in case of enem aitart
It should hn
however, that A T 4 T is dW
a rod Jobon this and is well
qualified U handle the eontrsft.
.What this composite presents
is a personality symbol that could
become almost legendary. It is a
political phenomenon that is hard
to beat. Only a total collapse, ap apparently,
parently, apparently, can ever count him out.
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE 7..0RTIMER
When In Rome, Etc.: What a to-;
do at the Titanus Studio reception
for the cast of "Monte Carlo" star starring
ring starring Marlene Dietrich, Vittorio de
Sica. and Renato Rasiel when the
glamorous grandma threw her
gloves at 16-year-old Natalie
Trundy. Natalie is an American
starlet, who thefted the movie
right from under Marlene's noted
underpinnings. Hassle happened
wnen pnotogs prepared to take a
group picture of the stars. The
youngster fwhj looks 18 and is
stacked ukt Gina) walked over to
get in the photo, but Marlene pro
tested and tossed the gauntlets
Natalie burst into tears requiring
consoling especially from actor
Hollywood, But Would You: To Today's
day's Today's Sonny Tufts Item: Valerie
Viegel, whoever she is, (Are you
sure that's Sonny Tufts?) ... Ta,
day's Geo Moore Item: Tony Tra Travis,
vis, Travis, the handsome recording star
, Natalie Wood is going with
actor Nicky Biair. (What! Anoth Another
er Another Nicky Blair? Isn't our Blau
House Nicky enough?) ... Sign
in a Bev lulls ice-cream parlor:
"Teen age spoken here." (By the1
way, whatever became of pig-!
Latin) Thanx to the press press-agents,.
agents,. press-agents,. Rhonda. Fleming's latest
escort (in this column anyway) is
James HilL the Hecht-Lancaster
producer, and by the way Rhonda,
Gray (Mrs; Harvey Fuller Rob- & Gamble exec, luok serious .
Member Myr.ia Dell? do from
the NTG days. Wail, she and Herb
Patterson (wh&sever he is) have
that gleam in the eye.
bins, Herndon, va.) made him a
grandpappy via Lisa-anne.
Today's Mortimer Medallion
(This and a bung-starter opens
a barrel of beer.): To Joe King,
impresario of the juves, whose
fabulous Rathskeller (Third Ave.
and 17th St.) has catered to count
less generations of ivy-leaguers
and their buds since 1879. The at atmospheric
mospheric atmospheric Rathskeller reeks with
nostalgia. oe's intelligent opera operation,
tion, operation, of it is such that second
thoughs are generated about the
current agitation to raise the
drinking age from 18 to 21, is in
surrounding states (where kids old
enough to die ur their country
aren't allowed a glass of beer) so
they go hog-wild on bottled boot
leg or come to N.Y. and upset our
peace. Thero is much tq be said
against iuvenilo drinking (or any
drinking for that matter) but when
is a. 20-year-olc, (married and a
father or mother) a juvenile? It's
Joe King's contention that kids
don't like hard-liquor (preferring
soft, sweet drinks) and only guzzle
when it's smart because it's ille illegal.
gal. illegal. In N.Y.. where the. youngsters
aren t proving anything oy nooicn-
ine. they sick to iigni, ornKs,
The Right to Go Right: Couple
years ago while subbing for WW,
I noted that a proposed NBC pro program
gram program featuring pro-American com
mentator Hardy Burt was killed
after .Socialist leader Norman
Th' mas complained it would be
"unfair to the liberal side," though
Norman Thoiras has never been
heard to complain about Murrow
and others of that ilk who are
"unfair" to the anti-left wing side.
Now there's plentv of raised eye
brows in the traae and apprause
by good Americans over Hardy
Burt's current NBC anti-Red, anti-
Pink anti-double-dome series en
titled "Can Freedom Ring?"
which has the blessing of Gen Da
vid Sarnofffc and that's why it's
tnation to a journalist who is
neither elected nor appointed to
He referred to the cabinet meet meeting
ing meeting minutes and other White House
files given Robert Donovan of the
Nw York Herald Tribune.
Meanwhile, Jimmy Roosevelt has
now gone over Brownell's head.
This week he wrote- Eisenhower
personally, stating that there was
aa A T It T conflict of interest
inside the Eisenhower administra
tion and demanding that the Jus
tice Department open its recorai.
It s easy to predict what will
happen to the Roosevelt letter. It
will be sent by Sherman Adams to
Brownell, and Brownell will say
no.- ; i ,. , ', '' ,.
But in this case Roosevelt has
the whip hand. In fact, he has
Whip Na. 1 He can subpoena
records of A T k T and Western
The- Tolerant British, (Oh
Yeah.): The English always tcU
us how to do it, so I though you'd
like to know that 3,000 white bus
and tram employees in Sheffield
iLAJSL- !ment of 102 Negro conductors and
they cant buy beer, they carry
hard stuff in flasks and mix it sur-
m a .1 USllU 0 lull as a -Jt.4 m i a --
I Shouka Stood in Bed (And So
Should You-But Not -With Me)r
Mickey Cohen, ex-convict Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood gangster, supposed to be op operating
erating operating a roadhouse (purchased
from movie stars) under a "front"
The Ptor-le's Verce: The infam-,
ous rischeti brothers (Al Ca-
pone's cousins) had reserved du ducats
cats ducats at the donkey convention in
Chicago to hear a pal sing .
Never mentioned, among the
Northern interational efgheads is
to get around the .liquor licensejth t tgtA Senttot WM the
rcquuemcu a .-. vveiucam ai inst e.0r. author anu cinet drum-
nnur Murray's (and wanna bet?)
"There are always three sides to
every divorce. His, hers and the
beater fct the Souhern Manifeso on
civil rights. You always hear
about Senator Eastland being anti-
truth." (Seemi twful familiar tt Negro, but the double-domes soft-
that T.ikft ram aTH phriV v.t u.a- h.v
Woo Woo of the Week: That's internationalis and has nover
the Chardas chaftteuse with curves' exposed Communists,
to .match. (To match what?) j .
Happiest publisher is J. Spencer! "if You Read It Before, That
Gray, .of the lighting WestcJjSter, where I Read It Too: Jane Wy
Herald) whose daughtet Betty Lou man and Gale jSmith, the Proctor
the union insists tha'. the Negroes
also srike agamst then own em employment.
ployment. employment. How do you like that?
'Wisdom d'l Whie Way Wolf:
Catch 'em young ana dumb, raise
'em to suit, and dtn't smarten un until
til until you're read for them te ankle
"Bus. Stop," 20th Century-Fox's
MT. CLEMENS, Mich.-(UP)-!
Parking meters result in the issu issuance
ance issuance of many tickets but seldom
does a meter receive a ticket. It
happened here, though, when a
state inspector of weights and
measures discovered that the red
"exoired" flae popped up 25 min
utes after he inserted a nickel,
cheating him out of 35 minutes.
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RADIOS Once a luxury, now
an item of mass ownership,
number of radios per 100
households is graphically indi indicated,
cated, indicated, above. Data from Na-'
tional Industrial Conference;
Board's "40 Years of Economis
Growth.".;. .: ;;'' ri l
Answer to Prtvious Puizts
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18 Japanese coin
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regimens 25 Fruit flT Flout
11 Revenue 28 Female herse 38 Qualified
cutter service 28 Exemplars 41 Bitter velch
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11:00 tlolinesi Meeting, :
1:00 Sunday -School.
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THB PACIFIC BUM
BALBOA '' '
, The Rev. Oscar f. Olaea, Pasta
Bslboa Rd. at San Pablo St
Phone 1-1486 Church Office SBSC
JO Church School tree but service
Pa neonate DiMiassim Ctnm
U J8 Worship Service The impended
. Seasion lor Mumere, Kinder aar ten.
- Primary and Junior Depta.
Church-time Uursary for cUldran
Iunaer a. ...
00 Junior-High Ptnowihla,11
00 Post-High rellowship. f. ffe
M Senior-tilth fellowship.
6AMB0A .i v -. ; :.,!
Or. Wallrar 1L Alderton. MlnMar
Office Phona -4V0 Residence Phone
;' i-130. '-v
10:00 am. Unified-Service of Worship
" aw. coiioren. young people, ana aauits
A f Cl a Jb at 4
tHB MKTHODI81 CHURCB
i (BHtKb Conference l
Rev. William H. Annstrnng
' ltth St- Panama Cite
1:00 a4& Morning prayai and
g:ve p ffl. sunaay Brnool
1:11 o-aa. tveninr Praval and g.iiuuu
r aiNiry mmhodisi chukui
, life Street and Melendaa Avenue.
' Oilon. RJ
f Re. Samuel Waldea. Mlnlstae
3b a jn. Stamina Santea ana flals
3 p co Sunday smeaL
7:1 oa evening garvUo,
(Hot Communion 1st Sundavat
: Monday. 1 M O-aa. Prayer laaettng,
RBKNtZKII MKTHOUID1 UIUBCB
. Rain boar City. Ct
Re Samuel Walden. MinMat
Buiut aervics earn anu a.u pja)
undav Srhnnl tin all age at 0 30 p. at
"Tean larttatlflK Te fTefshhV'
Tuesday I ajtv. Prayai Meeting.
O ureses W tie MDf tairki a Hte Cal .Zee. rfc Hratiaal
. citiae at Baataa aaa Catoa. Rapafcuc t axf1 -ka
t vt) hmm r M M4 imm t Mm avJ gar, aaa1 ivii
. Mtflia), trt ead sereaftr.
, A paaW eervic, ta TW Pa America Mi baiw, fc
daaiaaaieaH a. mKco at a Mir at worsai aad mmm roftuat aetiritiea.
. Jutriag era ratatta tram Haaa ta turn. SiettM kanaf
aaily ana at tm caaaratNM ara UtH4 aadat "Caai ChwclMa Aad
Saiviaac" A aaacial liatiaff aj aackidaa! tat lamim at Arart aeeta,
, Ait ? keeaa aad NavaJ altriaa.
- MMMNra. chaicB aacratarlaa aad caaalaiat ara aakaa' ta hrfana
Ida saw 4mk m vritiat ky Wedaatdey aaaa at rka laraat at aay
cfcaaaaa let raa caajiai Satwaay'a caarca aaaa. ;
CBWiSlieja acUJNCh cMtKUm
flrat Church at Christ. Sciential Aoeal
ae Aacoo ouleard.
Sunda; 11 U; Wettuetma tM Ma.
Suoaav School tM
rtrat cnunk at carat, aoeina, WWaaa
- ISih Street Bolimi HiabwaJ
Sunday il M am. Wadneday tM m
aaaa' gglBVlt atTI TV rOJaaJI IbtM
aGtlnrtAlV RtlaUUsle 1410, COO, 10.00 and
12:U0 a.m. '
Holy Day Masses: I J3. 10, UM am
Confessions: Saturday. '.tol!j"
.nrf i iio tu 1:00 o.m. Thursday, galerc
first Friday: 7:00 to 1:00 aja.
aiiraculoui Meau ovni r
en Sunday, .i J".
High Scnooi eiuoy ww
Wedneariay. ; t
- SACRED HEART Aaeaa
Holy Day mi il sun. anj tM
Tl-f-u.. axitrdsw I'JO to I AO and
7:1 to 10 p.m. Thursday baiore air
Friday 1:00 p m.
Sacred Heart Devotional 7 pm
CMechlaB CUsai tit ta IM pm et
OUR LADY OP F ATM A Canada
Sunday Mast at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 1:30 pm
Contaasionil 0 ta t:4S PJ. ea Sat-
"caichlim Claast ataturday I JO ta 10
am X '.T''l. V'"" I'i":: .'
ST. JOSLPH Parataa
Sunday Mama at T KM and lit am
Holy Day Mast at 1:00 p m
.Weekday Hum: .. 0 r
Confessions: Saturday 1 JO ta 4 JO and
' Catichism Class! Sunday 1.D0 ta 40
'"Miraculous Medal fcovenai 1 SO pm.
on Friday. . .
Convert jnatrucnonai isvwi i"
., BT. tTNCENTB-Paaaaa Oty
Sunday Masses: g.o ana .m.
Holy Day Maasta: tM and 10
lit U falls on Saturday the Maaaea art
1:00 and 1:30 e.m.l
Confessions: Saturday t0 to t0 and
7:00 to 1:00 pm Thursday! before First
Bona ot the Cross: Friday 71 p.mc
Catechism Classi Altar 1 JO bum an
Conven uaiBi i ji a. j
Thursday. "" j!-?' m ':
BT. TiniRESA'S CieaB't: T"
Sunday Mass: I JO am '1 lil
Holy Day Mass: :0 am 0 tt falta
oh Saturday8:30 "). ,jia
Catechism Clam: a J Pm an
"carfeilonit am. Sunday.
SX JOHN BAPTIST" tfi LA fAtLl;
Sunday Masses: J0 and 131 t.m.
(Lk Din Masai : Mon. Thul.
Frl. and Sat First Fridayjnw: j00 a.nv
Holy Day massaei .v
Ctaalmi: tM to 43 tA 1
1:00 pan. on Saturday. '
Miraculous Medal Norenai Friday 70
P'mvl enit.'. .in a.V Kunda, I
Convert CUmt Monday I J m
' BT. THTJRErS-U' .ataw' V';"'
Sunday Mass: 70 am'
SS"iSJH! f 1. 1 m
Thunday bhjrt Friday
Saered Heart Motenal 1J0- pm
Con van tuww
Sunday Masse.: tM,
Holy Day Masses: 1:45 and t 0 am
Wcifetffi Saturd ta
7:io" Hovt Wn-day
6:15 and 7:00 pm. aia
c nrt Novenai Prlday 735 pa.
I Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p m.
Convert Class: 7:11 pm, an Mondays
and Thursdays, .'' I
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:11 am to
U:4& a m. 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p m.
rtrfiv T.vnoaitlon of Most Blam
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at JO
. c.h.-l.. MMnlnr 1
Flrat Saturday uevotione our uj
sr.tlna Tha ttr.lv Rnssrv 40 a.m.
. SMM rnmmiinlm Instruction! for Chil
dren Mondavi and Tburtdayt 10 to
7:90 pm ;'..:,:; ,'.;, : ;
iin. Maases: 7:00. 10 and lO.SOarn
Holy Day Muses: 1:00. :00 a.m. and
rnnfnurinna! SaturdaV 140 to 10 and
70 to 1:00 p.m. Alter Rosary each ava-
" Miraculoui Medal Notahat I.1S and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Uass: Altar SOT asaas am
Sunday. ... ....
First Friday Exposition aB day during
the School year.
First Saturday: Mam a ana am.
HOLT fAMTLT" cmmCrl-Maigarlto
Sundav Massast 70 and 9:30 am
Holy bay Masses: :00 am and 101
pjn. - -e
Confessions: 4 00 ta tM and, IM to
1:00 p.m. Saturday.
Miraculoua Medal Revenai Ta p.m.
on Mondav. v
raurch History broup every iiasoay
n 13V p.m.
TeenvAaae Club! TJt m m Wtdnaa.
catecnum Class: tfia pm. Tnursaay...
First FrMsv Devotions: 70 am.
Inauirv-Discussion Croup every Frl-
oay f u pm ... .... ,.
ST. vTNCfWT Rslaaew City
Sunday Maastm: J0 am and ttit
Holy Day Mssseai 11 am and 10
conieanons: ne to svu ana ram to
1:00 p.m. Saturday,
cs teen ism ciam: lo:tl am. an stmasv
Convert Class every Monday at 10
Miraculoua Medal Nov ana: 70 pm
on Tuesday. N
Sacred Heart Novanat 70 p.m. an
Friday. .. i
IMMACULATE CONCrTTION 4ataa
Sunday Mass: 1:11 am
Holy Dsy Mam: 10 p m.
Confaauons: 1 JO to 70 pm an Sat
Catechism Clam: 4.-00 pm an Monday.
OUR LADS OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses: 70 and I J am
Holy Day Mast: 11 am and IM
Confeaeiona Saturday at TM pm and
aiier au evening devotions. ,
nanusms oy appointment
MiraeuloU! Medal tlovana: tmt a.na
on Tuesday. .,
Sacred Heart Novenai TM a-m as
Sunday scnooi: I JO p.m. en Sunday.
Rehaiotia Instruction Class foe r.hll.
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
ReJlEinus Instruction for adutta iCan.
ducted In Spanish): TM pm an Man-1
Convert Instructions by appointment
The Rt Rar, R. Heher Caadaa, IT.B,
The Very Rev. Maiaert J. Pstarsea,
,-,;- S-TA, Dean t ;..
V "' ANl-Oft, CJl 1 ''-'
. Taut CATHEDR AL OF ST.' Ll'U
. SUNDAYS ...
7:30 aja fnolv CommuniaSL
1:30 am' Santa Communion 41a Sun
M a.m. Church ScbaoL
i:ti am. Iscuela UominleaL
UM am Monuni. Praver and lerman.
Holy Communion, (First Sun-
TM pm Lvening Prayer and
a.aV. Holy Communion.
70 pre. Evening Prayer.
IM am Holy Comm union.
I JO am Holy CommumonT
UM Mu-daj Missionary Prayer.
CHURCH OT OUR SAVIOUR
Third Street Hew Cristobal
. The Re. Melaa C Akera,
Priest ia rk.r..
Holy Communion TM a
Churah School jg a
and Sermon 110 a.
(First Sundavr Holy Cojnmuaionl
Vesper Service and
XOUth Fe Inwahin '. a .M
SJrraira.ii. T'. V
Holy Communion 1:30 tJ
Choir Rehearsal .......... 7:J0pj
A House of Prayer, for all peophv
. natch r S4. Aalrear V
The Bev. William W. Baldwin.
. Priest ia fharga T-
Holv CnmmiiniM ... "r
Family Praver and Church BKijJ
Monung Prayer and Sermon D am
n.b. um aunoay in monuftA '
lvening Prayer: Jl p.aa. ;
Vreekdaf Prayer, 10 am ; -,
' 1 COROZAL
. Chapel at The Ceed Shapatrd
. The Rev. Clarence W. Haras, I
. Prlaat ta Chasaa
1:00 I m. Morning Prayer. -H.C.
first Friday each Month).
- -at niM' rk.
The Hev. John hpaar. Priest la Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser.
mon CTM l.m.
Church' School 1:09 um.
Episcopal Young Churchman, IM pm.
cvensonc ana aermon...... i :vu bjb
THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS v Wf 1
Momina Praver and Hoi 1
Communion ......,...., 1:09 a m
'Evening Prayer ............ 7,:00 p.m
Woman's Auxlliarv. Jnd and
4th Thtlrsdsva ............ TM a.m.
yEUNESDAXft . ',
noty. vommuiuoif -ta..s
t oo a.m.
tveninr Prayer ....V....'-Y:00 tVm
Family' Eucharist ....... I lis
Office Of Compline tm.,,. $M pm.
h 'ij'r i LA BOTA
The Re. Jeha Spear, Priast to Charge
Momina Prsver and cnurca
Seiiool f M am
Confirmation Clam ........ tM am
Choral Eucharist, and Ser
mon t.............r...... 11M a.m.
Holy Baptism 110 noon
Evensong and Address; .... TM pm.
Wnman'a Aliylllsf1 TM U
WEDNESDAYS or FEAST 0ATSm
Hour CommuBlon. I. or am.
' X MARCARTTA
' Charch af St Margaret -,
Cornei el Espave Ave- Brazos Blvd..,
. The, Rev. Neha O. Aktfa, ,.
Priest la 'Charm
SUNDAfS ,, 1
1:30 a nv Church School
1:30 a m Morning Prayer ana aarmai
(1st Sundays, Holy Communion)
4M am Confirmation IristriKuona.
PALOwECO :- ''.' :-'
Chaael af The Helv Cemferief
en. L. B. Shirley, Priest to Ckarf
1:30 am Holy communion.
i PARATSO '4-,-St
Thi Rev. David A. Osbara.
" Priest In Charre
The Rev. Allaa R. Wentt, AtrkUat
1:00 a.m. Choral Euchariat Samon
I SO a.m. Infant Baptism. ',
30 n m. Church School
(held ta Building 131) .
11 pm Youth Fellowship
7 09 nm. Evemon and Addreas,
nii anil 4th wrrtKCSnATS
t jo am Woman'! Auxiliary and Al
tar Guild Meeting. : 1
-rrr PA1TAMA OTP' Ttrr-fJ;
. St Panl's ChaTrh
The Ten. Lemoel B. Shirley. Reetae
The Rev. Ftta R. AtweU. Daaraa
1:00 a.m. Holy Cornmunleti
P'OA a.m. Slime Eucharist at Sermon
10:45 m Morning Prayer and Church
schnel 1 ;
11 00 noer Holy Sspflna v. i t
T:00 f.m Solemn Vesper . :
1:30 i Horv Ceamrunlea
Mia Holy Communleai
T-fM) a.m. flvenfne Prsver
THURSDAYS AND FRIDATB
1:30 i m. Holv Cammunloo)
M a.m. Holy Communton. ?,
crntm crnmaT BT-Trig-isU
Colon. R de P
. (ODonslte Hotel Washrnttoa)
. The Rev, Henry A. Blake,
.. Priest ta Charge
M ia Holv Communlnsi.
M a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
11:30 am. Church School Session
TM m Solemn Evenaong and Sar-
M am Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m Evening Praver and Sermon
I J( psa. Adult Confirmation Clasa
IM nm Praver Omld,
M am ChlMren'a Euchariat
10 M am Junior Confirmation Class.
TM am Complin and Meditation.
' Chart af St Mary, the Vfrria
; The Rev. John A. Spaldlag,
' Prlaat to Charge
Sung Eucharut ........... 7ao am
Churn School 1:41 a.m.
Even.i and Sermon .... TM pm
Holy Communion. 70 am
t Geerre's Chwreb
TV Rev. Jeha A. Bealdmg,
Priest m Charge
lit AND ltd SUNDAYS
Holv Communion- ...... Jg am
Aid ANP 4th SUNDAYS ' ,
and Seincor IM am
- HOLT DAYS
g'OO a' m Holy Communion
Church School, each Bun. KM am
v .. ABAJO ?
t Chrattenher a Cherrh i
10th Street. Parque Ufevre
The Rev. Clareace W. Hayea,
Prieit ta Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. CragweB,
00 a.m. Hol fimiaiailia
7 :39 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Sermon.
iujv am Morning Prayer and Church
- ocneoi. - . .
12-09 noon Holy Baptism. ',
(:M pm. Evenaong and Sermon.
TM pm 1st and 3rd, Womaa'i Auxi
1:30 p av Junttjt Daughters of the
T 39 p.m. Youth FeUawshls.
1 :09 a.m. Holy Communion.
IJt pm Evening Prayer and Religteus
THURSDAYS A i
1:00 p.m. Girls' Friendly Society.
1:00 p m. 1st and 3rd, Singletons. -SAnrRDAYS
IM am Junior Confirmation Clam
-..' ....... . '.. .'.
Othy Church.ss ;
CHURCH OP THE HAZAREKB '.
-- Ancon. C Z.
MlBMar: Bev. Elase O. Nebea
Bos M, Ancon, CJt Balboa MO
i Sunday School 1:11 am
Morniiii Worship ......... 10:30 am
Youth Service ..,,.,.... 1:41 pa.
Evening Service ...... TJO pm
hTMl Service TM nm.
- Prayer Meeting. Wed, .... TM pm
RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
- Panama R P.. 23rd Street East
Rev. B. N. Bream. Miaktaa
SUNDAY: - :...-
Oivint vvorsnip ........... fjo am
, Sunaay School ............ 1:00 p.m
Sunday Maaaea 7. T:4A 11:44
sun aoaaw atr.
Meetlnxs Thursdava at 7 JO nm and
Sundays tt 4:00 pro. win Memorial.
MM Balbva, Road. Balboa, : , :
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OP LATTER-DAI SAINTS Merataa
Sunday- meeting! la the LDS C ha Del
on Balboa Road. :
Sunday School t oo am.
Priesthood Meeting .19:30 am.
Sacrament Meeting 4:00 p.m.
Primary: Thursday IM pm.
Relief Society:. At announced. -Telephone
;:V. Atlantic Breach f I
? Building 200, Schoolhousa toad,
Gatun. Canal Zone.
Telephone, Gatun 164 or Cristobal tiff
Sunday scnooi io:vo am ounoay mo mo-ement
ement mo-ement Meeting 1:30 ml Prieshood
Meeting 1:10 D.m. Wednesday Prinarv
1 JO pm Wednesday Relief eodtty moat
ing at announcea.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CH1JRCH
"A Wgrni Hearted Charch"-
Mllten K. Letdig, Minister 'J
Phone Re. 13-7111 Of. 13-5101
Sunday School ........... 1:30 am.
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship ......... 11 M a.m.
Youth Fellowship 1 IM pm
Eevening Worship. .. ....... 7:w pm.
Prayer and Praise Wed.) 7 M p.m.
A church nursey it provided for your
use. ' ""t j
Vacation Bible School August 7-11 at
1:11-1:00 p.m. Age t years and up are
invitea te attana. .
' OLD CATMOIJC CHURCH
, ..... St Raphael The Areaaagei "':'
' 13th Bt Want No I
Holy Bucbarist: Sunday at IM am
Tuesdaya, Wadntwdar and Thursdays
4M am ' i
Saerameag unancei inawmg mr
vice) I' tret Sunaay each, monut at
tteant MhTnakt'Chtv? hm OtosSi
1 taMi B.P. '-
! 'ss ta. T. .-. D,. Bl ShattB y
Morning davotlo'- aa .... AM Am
V.llnhin' WnrahiB ai ... 11M
Sundat School at ............ tM pm
utviaa aervioe a s s
.1' BAHA'I CRHTRH
BAHAI'S CKNTEB ":
' V . U r,Ml HtrMl
Orbanlsaclon S Carmen, PaniirA City
Inlormal Talks ana .twscussieass
Thursdays......... ....IM Pm
. Celea, 1th Freed Street ., '.
" .i.l aneteaai Basaarl
Study Citissm..... .Thursdays, IM pm
t BETHEL MISSION CHTJRCsl
. Etpalaba St. Paralao, CZ.
Rev Waldahav H. BtewertV Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
i:ia p.m. bospei oervica.
Monday: 7:30 Y
nuns Peoolt'i Society
Wednesdays TM Mid-wtek Christian
Thursday; 1:00 cnov tieneirmi. -Friday:
1M Women Missionary So
TOT! CHURCH OF COD
TM! Eighth Street Celea
Rev. G. W. GraadisM. raster r
Sunday Schol 1:10 a.m.
Morning Worshlo 10:11 a.m
Night Service ... I'M pars.
TOST CHCKCW OF 00D ;
" Car. Jamaica aad Triaiilad Sta,
,. tain hew City, Caaal Sea ;
' H. G. W. Graadian. raster
Homing Worship, ........... t:0 I
Sunday School .............. 11:S a.m.
Night Servica IM pm
IBS CWURCH Of GOD !!.,
' Wew Provldeac
Mrs. Maaaa Biaaa. JTarter
Sunday School -. 10:91 am,
Morning Worship ll a.m.
Night Servica .....i. IM BJB.
v x .th chubch or GOD 1
- rename City ?
Car. "N" and Mariana Araeiaaa Sta,
Ka. Wa. J. Jehnsea. hater
Sunday School .............. !:" aja.
Morning Worship ........... 10: JO J.
nigiu oervice ............... iw bus.
tbi cmmcTt or god it Ataj
, Meate Oscar M-llth St.
Est. Was. J. Josou. raster
Sunday Srheo .............. :M gJa.
Morning Worahlo ........... 10:3 a
Night Service T M pm.
Diabie Hclfhia, CJC
- (full Gospel!
Special Cngttwer Bldg.. Diablo Heights
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Worship Serric .......... lt:4S a.m.
.Youth Service i. 7:00 pm
EvsnsFhsiic Service ...... 7::i p.m.
Wed. Bible Study A Prayer. 7 M p.m.
CmTHCrl Or GOD (reatenaut)
' Key. B E. Watson, Overseer
' Phone I.4-.'. Bon 1SS. Gsmboa
CJiunhrs at Paralio. C.Z. (Rev. and
Mrs Hwmin G. Whytel, Colon, R.P
(Re. Fernando Lorence), Rio Abajo
I Rev. and Mrs. Charlnt Havnes). ana
Cativl (Re, and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday and weekdays service at all
Posts end Bases
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship ,. 11.00
Churrh-Time Nunar School.,.. iOM
Sunday School (Bulldlna No.
Morning Worship U45
Wednesday evening Praver Meat,
in and Rihle r.iaa : a -10
FORT KOBRE T:
Sunday School (Bunding K
707) ......".... :M
Morning Worship ; 10-44
Evening Bible Study 1:30
ALBROOK AIR FOSCX SASB .'
sunaay Brnool 1:3
Afluit Bible Clans (NCO Cluhi.. :
Morning Worship ..1:11 it 10 41
Youth Fellowship w M
SAN SALVADOR,' El Silvidor,!
Au?. IS (UP) Kelieble reports,
from 'Honduras tald today Su
preme uuef of Mate Julio Lozano
has resigned his job because of
a "critical heart attack." t
Informed sources nid the
country is being governed by .Chief
Justice Juan M. Galvez -Lozano-no'f
predecessor as president
and three-man military-junta
led by Gen. Roque Rodriguei. ,i
The sourcei laid tho junta has
clamped a p.m.-t a.m. curfew
on Honduras and tightened al already
ready already strict censorship regu regulations.
lations. regulations. The censorship made it
impossible immediately to confirm
the reports,- ; v --"
Reliable tourcei said Loiino
quit on the idvice of two uniden unidentified
tified unidentified heart specialists from the
United States, who tola turn ne
would be 'dead in ten days if he
continued hit regular admlnts
trative schedule. They recom
mended treatment and completed
rest' for the elderly Honduran
chief.-. -' 1 'V
Lozano, who had been Gglvet'
installed himself as chief -of state
in December. 1954. following
presidential election whose result
Was indecisive because of a split
in the governing Nationalist Par
nrowintf .ODDOsition to-the Lo-
xanno regime flared into an anor anor-tive
tive anor-tive military revolt in Honduras
early thii month.
wenln Worshlo .....,,.... TM
It NAVAL STATION. Rodman
1 StinH.v School IM
t- TI7' -. ni wi
, jHonung TTosanip ............... .. w
Holy Communion first Sunday
of Month) i
nth m HEADOUARTERS CHAPEL
Holv Communion (EniscopaD... I
Morning Worship 9-00
Holy Communion rtrat Sunday -'
PORT AMADOR .'
Dairy Mass ..........
Sunday Masse ,
PORT CLAYTON : 1
.uauy mam ....... .....a
Sunday MaBes .. ....... .7:45 at
Confeaaiona. Saturday ..,7M A
Sunday Mam ...... ...... ......
Sunday Masses U7M A
I Daily Mam
no. thi ........ .......iwi at
Confession. Saturday (Building
ALBROOK AIR PORCE BASK
Sunday Mass as ...IM A
auanisn ......i.. v. .............
D.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Daily Mam :on
Sunday .Ment ''.....a...,.... .a M
PORT KOBBB :-.f ,v :''.-'; .:
Saturday .. IM
TnArir Aria wnwfw ual'i.
K.riiritav . A ...... ..iL'.iff.
fUSO-JWa-fRalholl. '. 41 X
rnday. .,..A..'.vii........' fM
i:VS,.AtLANTIC BIDS X.
FORT DAVIS v i
Sunday School ......
' Midweek Fellowship, Thursday
Sunday School 1:45
Morning Worship 11 KX
Youth Fellowship. Sunday ..... gaW
U.S. MAVAL. STATION. COCO SOW
Sunday School ..... tM
.Daily Mass IM
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
. atoiy tommunioa Flrat Sunday
wem aasi ons, aunaay
I Sunday Ms as
Spanish ,..... ...'...;..
Contessions, Saturday ...tM 4b
O S.' NAVAL STATION.' Coca Sola
Waeklv Servirea ta an: rk,..t
Sabbsth School M a.m.
Divine Service 11.00 ajn.
Youth'. Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday Bibl Study and Prayer
service I .aa a.m.
Pacific SM Paiuun A Balhsa Dhnrict
Pastor W. H. WaUar Tel. 21:1 S5M
Cab Varda. Aim, J. W. da la Oaa K
Chorriue 15th No. IT
Pueblo Nueve 1-A St. hetwaaai avd
ana ib bis.
Ilio Aba o Iltll St No. 17-
Balboa Chanel eftU Gavilia Rd. Hal.
00a laaruraay oniy. .-. .., ......
Spaaish Chartkm Paaaml aad ...
Crhioeela District -t-i''.. .;
Pastor Ruben Ruf ,-'
Panama. Call Darien Na. 1
Cristobal, 161 h Bolivar Ay. "
Gamboa A Frliola. v ..:ZT.
DUuicI rastor A. A. Grlssl ...
Tel. No. -101
Gimboa Praitt Parkway Frljoloa,
Atlantic Sid Celia aad
Pastor Neblett-Tel. SI 121 ,
Colon 3rd St. as Central Ave Crista.
bal Jlth at Bolivar Ave. ..
Central oflics: Gavilaa RoadTel. 1-
Jtwhn Welfare Board Bid 7M.S U
Boca Scad, Balboa, CZ- Babbl .Nathan
Servi. Friday. M mm. Saturda.
(Se a,e Hstlfig! at Jewish services
undar Posts Bass and Stations).
Congraaabon Kol Shearltb IsraaL Ave.
nlda tb and Mth Street, Bella Vieta,
Faoaml City Servio t M pm, .
KEFDEMDI LfJTHERAlT CTI7JRCB
Balboa Bead at Wight Street
. Se. Robert P. Gassirk, Paste
P.O. Box tt, Bslboa.
Sunday School, Bibl clam tM am
Divin Service 10:11 a m.
"Divine Service at Margarita (m St.
Margaret'! Ipucopal Church) Sunday
MIAMI, Aug1. (UP) NaUon NaUon-af
af NaUon-af Airlines partially shut down o o-perations
perations o-perations today with a federal me mediator
diator mediator attempting to settle a dis dispute
pute dispute between the company and its
378 pilot. ,
Compiny officials first planned,
to halt operation! entirely until:
the dispute was settled hut order ordered
ed ordered 14 of 30 daily flights in and out'
of Miami restored. I
This meant that some 700 of the
airline's ground personnel mostTy,
in- Miami, would remain -on the
job. The other 2,800 began an Inde-
- .4 "' f.
' No date wag set for the resump resumption
tion resumption of full operations. Apparently
that will hinge on the Efforts "of
feral mediator James Haloren. He
ledlator James Haloren. Hel
both sides to'- restore tbsf
i .uo". so that mediaUoh of
the dispute could bit in i- "No
strike"' by the pilots and f'no work
stoppage'' by the company.
. National officials responded ast
er a conference with Haloren by
restoring the 14 flights that are
operated under interchange agree
ments with pan American, Pana Pana-gra,'
gra,' Pana-gra,' American, Capital and Delta
, This resulted in partial national
service to Washington, New York,
Tampa, New Orleans, Pittsburgh
Buffalo and California. Some 60
pilots ; will be used on the flights.
Jap Population ;
Tops 90 Million ; (
TOKYO, Aug. 18 (UP) -The
government statistics bureau an announced
nounced announced today that Jinan1 esti
mated population has topped W-
iuiiiiJU i ; M
The bureau said births have ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded deaths by about 1000,000 a
mounth since the census showed
the lation'i populaUoni last Octo October
ber October t 89,280)00. , ; :
Japan now, ranks third In the
world, gfter .the Netherlands "and
seigium in OODlllatmn Honcitv
with 243 persons or inm niri
meter, the bureamaid. :
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West Gemany Outlaws Small
But Noise Communist Party
KARLSRUHE, Geraany, Aug.
It (UP) West Germany outlaw outlawed
ed outlawed Its small but noisy Communist
party yesterday and promptly abut
flown Ked offices ana newspapers :..;. ; ; :
throughout the eountry." : f The Communists were prepared
Squads of special police carried. for the possibility the decision!
Schoeder disputed it. He said
an all-German electoral law would
permit the party to participate in
would go aguinst them and it was
doubtful '-the policef received much
of value in the aids. Ttt "v'
Police seized some documents,
padlocked offices and ordered Com
munist newspapers to cease pub
lication. They permitted party
workers to remove personal be
longings.' j iv&''
out raids after the Constituional
Court, equivalent to the S. Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court, ruled the party was
a threat to the West German con constitution.
stitution. constitution. ( v
Tiie court ordered the West Ger
man Communist pasty and its
fraat orcanizationi dissolved and
ita property confiscated by the fed-
era! government. ':.:,,:
The ruling climaxed a five-year
court light by the Bonn govern government
ment government to Outlaw the party. Top
' East German attorneys argued a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the government case.
Interior Minister Gerhard
Schroeder aaid in Bonn that .the
court decision would permit 'the
: eovernment to "put out of action'
top West German Communists. He
aaid the eovernment would not
conduct a "witch hunt."
The East German radio charged
ilia itniirt rtilln i "crime that
will block German reunificatioh."junder the ourt order,
The Communist Party keeps no
public records of ita membership
but its strength, in West Germany
is estimated at about 70,000. It
polled 600,000 votes in the 1953
Bundestag elections but the total
was not enough to elect a single
i Schoeder ald the party publish published
ed published 13 daily newspapers with a to total
tal total circulation of 48,000, four week weeklies
lies weeklies with 100,000 subscribers- and
three monthlies. All were banned
ftkrgl&cyfr True Life Adventures
' NOISE IN THB MJKSEKV- dAM
fiPEU- TO THS
Arrives In India
For 2-Weelc Visit
i BOMBAY, India, Aug 18 (UP)
&ast warren, Chief Justice of
the United States, and Mrs. War-I
ren arrived here, yesterday for a
, Mr. Warren told newsmen at the
lrport that Americans felt a kin-
amp witn the people of India, par particularly
ticularly particularly because of their efforts
to make Democratic processes
work regardless of race, creed or
Grace And Rainier
Return To Monaco
After 11 -Day Trip
? MONTE CARLO, Aug. 18 (UP)
Prince Rainier and Princess
Grace returned to Monaco yester yesterday
day yesterday aboard their yacht Deu Juvan Juvan-te
te Juvan-te II in which they m'ade an 11-day
cruise around Sardinia and Corsi-
The couple will start making
preparations for a twofnonth trip
to the United States. They will
embark next month aboard the
liner, United States..
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TMEIK 5MIRPIN3 MAY KfiTPAY
"THE LOCATION yp TUB YSSsGX TO
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The Royalty of Radio and Television
ATTJMAt, Aeiwt IS, 1SI
1:0 Amd Tore Hour
4 09 Xnctxn
I'M Godfrty ft His frlcndj
' :00 Pnorro .
1M That'i My Boy
7:J Stag Show
140 Milton Brl f
IH Highway Pitrol
tat Dunningor Show
l.0t Cwrg Cobd
lt.30 Kit Parade
llXS Stn) Hour.
SUNDAY, Anfoat It, 1N
2:M Lamp Unto Wy Feet
y 2:30 rrantitrs of Faith
" 3 tM Armed Force Hour 4
4 00 Encort Comedy Hour
S:00 Amateur Hour ,. V
15 Industry On Parade
S:30 Jane Froman
45 Juliui La Rota
7:00 Jack Benny
7 :30 Screen Director! Play
1:00 Toaat of the Town
t:00 Appointment With
- Adventure ...
t:00 Phil Silvpn
10:00 The Studio
10:30 What' My Line
1M Robert Montgomery
. : ,v. Presents.
T St. No. 13A-39 Tel. 2-23IW, 1-2142, 2-3265
Tivoli Ave. 18-20
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man who married you got a prize and she asked
what It was!"
Philip's ttf la filled with braises,
ftefl-wern. steps said rags be sees.
ftrpalrt tronld leate Us home Uka new new-T.
T. new-T. A CUsstfieds. tost the rfjtbt clue'
TO SOME NICE, QUIET,
. 6POT. WHERE WE ',
WHERE A CAN ALL RELAX
ARE WE AMD ENJOY LIFE,
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caluma thouii a submitted in
tyaa-writtea bum and multi ta ana
a tha box numbtri tittta1 daily is.
"Social and Otaarwiaa,'? ar dauVer dauVer-ed
ed dauVer-ed ay kaiMj f aHka. Natteas of
taatiat cmiaat ba accepted by
talaahaiw. .- '"
Women's Club ' ? I
The Balboa Women's Club' will
hold a board meeting on August
22n4 at the JWB at 9:00 a.m. It is
very Important that all officers
and. chairmen be present. -The
membera at Urge are also invited
'JRS. SHIRLEY HORN, one of, twelve graduates of. the latest
Fort Clayton Disaster Control Xiistaff workers First Aid Class,
receives her diploma from Major General Thomas L- Harrold,
Commanding General USARCAR1B, General Harrold presented
the diplomas to the graduates at a general meeting of the Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Dtaffrj which was held recently at the new Fort Clayton
-. ( - theatre. (U.S.'Army Foto)
IAWC LUNCHEON TO HONOR
. The Hospitality Committee cf the Inter.Amerlcan Women's
'Club will entertain with a luncheon lor the Honorary Vice
, Presidents on Thursday, August 23rd at the Union Club, at
'12:30. Following the luncheoft a General Assembly will be
; held at 2:38 p.m. at which mil members are asked to assist.
I Reservations to attend the luncheon may be made by calL.
: Ing Mrs. Elisa Heurtematte at 3-0566, the Union Club, or the
office of the IAWC.
.machine was 'opera ied for them
me newcomer s Club wish to
thank Mr. Hoy Stockham, Chief of
. ww Division, for the opoor-
tunity to see at close hand, some
j. w.iuei of the Panama
The Darters Wives Fashion
A renewal of the Doctors Wives
Charity Fashion Show will take
place at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday at
the Fcrt, Amador Officers Club
All models ire asked to attend
This Fashion Show will be held
at the Fort Amador Officers Club
on ..August 23th.? - : a i
TamahVa CarnavalH Ixpactad f
To Attract Man Morrvmakars
"When Hotel El anama holds its
traditional Carnavallto ("little Car
nival") festivities tonight there'll
be" royalty, : music, costumes ana
fun, all in the spirit of the yearly
Carnival fiesta. Queen Liz Suazo
and her Court of. young people
have enthusiastic plans for their
heralded entrance inta the patio
Dr. and Mrs. Gitberte Arias
Have Houta Cuart
. V i'' i a f-i i ' '')''.".'.
PLATING A JALIL, sweet flute of Biblical days, the! Argentine
youth at the left and Ws companion, who is shown with a
tambourine called a tov, will be accompanying a group of 18
young people from Argentina who will present folklore dancea.
and songs from Israel. They will remain In Panama for' one
week- Dates of .their recitals here will be announced.
i .'s i
BY MRS. MURIELS LAWRENCE gain to quit, he tripped her as she
, ' t i" ' k Uot out of the car, forcing her to
JEFF, nine years old, is luce to drop what was left of her cone
his baby sister, Babsy; but nancy, JeUs father, cuffed him a b 4
nis six-year-oia ; wier, no -leases em lum w ais room, txisperat-
unmercuuny. ,,it4 a, ne aemanoea .of ms wue,
neralded entrance into tne pauo 0ne niorouig hU father, drove "What'a the boy'r "gripe against
where the party is to be held.,Cotw children downtpwwn. To pro-. his sister anyway?"
tunes designed by Queen La her- tect Nancy against Jeffs teasing, t vv H
lf will reflect-the gay mood m u ,,, t. ., fhj w s.at r thtb iw.. t-.l.j Lj-.
training. On their trip they have
already visited Bolivia, Peru, E-
; Mrs. Virginia Torruela arrived i cuador, Veneiuela, Cofombia and
from Miami last night to attend Curacao. Next, week they continue
theVI Inter-American Conference 'their journey to Costa RicarCuba
of Municipalities as personal re- and Mexico before reaching their
nresentative of the Mayor of Mia
mi, Randall Christmas. W h i 1 e
here Miss torruela 'will 1 "the
destination in Israel. Their pro
gram of folk lore wtl: be accompa accompanied
nied accompanied '.by musical instruments; of
house guest of Dr. and Mrs.- Gil-j biblical days They will also pre-
the eeletranU as they set the pace
for the evening. Music will Be sup supplied:
plied: supplied: by the orchestras of Clar Clar-Martin'
Martin' Clar-Martin' and luchO" Azcarra-
ga; and the cries "pescao" wiu
break the rythm ti Panama fav favorite
orite favorite Carnival piece is played.
E!sa I Student Queepvpt the V-
nlon Chib's Carnavauto which took
nlace last Saturday bas reserved
taDieior nerseu pna nr.jucnj
berto Arias at their home in Cam
- po Alegre f
Mrs. ind Mr. Leo Sparks
. Have Visitor
Mr. Ralph Sparks who is with
the National Advisory Aeronautics
Committee -at Edwards Field, Cal California,
ifornia, California, will arrive on the Isthmus
today, to spend a two week visit
With his brother and sister-in-law
lr;-and Mrs. Lee Spdrks of Los
i Mr. Ralph Sparks wiir join his
daughter here and they plan to return-,
together to. California.
The timothy Woodruffs
Will Civ. Cocktail Buffet
J Mfs- Timothy Woodruff will en entertain
tertain entertain at a small cocktail buffet
'Tparty at her, home in Bella Vista
fur-Mrs. Robert North and Miss
ma Norman on Thursday,. Aug.
3. -v ; ..
Close friends of the two non-
tree, have been invited. 1
'Mrs. North, the former Ann
Kramer, leaves at the end of Au August
gust August to join her husband Lt. Rob Robert
ert Robert North in Japan. Miss Nina Nor.
man,: who arrives from New Or Orleans
leans Orleans by plane on today will spend
two weeks with her sistei and broth
er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Arturo A.
Muller of Bella Vista. , r
Miami Beach Mayor Htro
For Conference i
lTht Mayor of Miami Beach, Lee
P. Powell bnd" Mrs. Powell have
arrived by plane from Miami to
attend the VI Inter-American Con-
ference of Municipalities. f T
f r -r- 1
(sraal Bou.itl YaUnjutars f
Visit In Panama , s
" A ffrnnn nf 1, VOUntf D0Dle-from
Argentina,; bound for farm work
jh Israel, arrived in Panama to to-Jiay
Jiay to-Jiay for a one-week good-will visit.
The youngsters expect to give sev several
eral several O nee "recitals while here to
sent dances ."tracing the history
of modern times of their newly
adopted homeland. Said one of the
youths, a tall, husky 20-year-old:
-"We are going tc; Israel to be
farmers and do pioneer work.' If
they need us to f'gbf, well, we can
do that too." ;
Fram Now York ''...
Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Riba are In
Panama from New York to visit
with members' of their families
Leave For El Valla
Lt. and Mrs. L. Simms have left
for their summer home m El Valle.
The Simms' have had as their
house guest at their quarters r in
Fort Amador for the past two
weeks, Miss Jean Morrisey.
Newcomers Visit Gatun Locks
Recently, members of the New
comer's Club who were able to met
at the main gate of Gatun Locks,
where they were checked for Iden
tification and assigned a security
guard, Patrolman R. Kresge, who
escorted the group down the East
Wall across the large miter rates
by the Control HouSe and up into
the Control House itself.
Before entering the area each
member was- given a folder and
mimeographed sheet, describing in
detail some of the things they were
ahmit to see.
On reaching the operating floor
of the Control House, they were
senrted to the east and west
balconies where they saw ships
heme raised to lake level.
The groop was then escorted hte
visitor's area of the operating floor
nhr thpv were met by Mr. F.
J. Moumblow, Operational Super-
visor, who explainea m aeiau uie
control board, st miniature of Ga-
run wens. ..
Mr Mmimhlow wesented Mrs
Penny Goggan, program chairman
fvtlronf0 W-KTronhipaf mao. for 106 HUD
ind songs. They have just cH OT,pftow.l?g,f?1fmf Pf
pie'ec a one-year on e n i a w o n me canai, u mo .
fcourse in Argentina aunng wiiiL-u.nama.. r.acn uicn.m:. o..-
lime thry learned to-be farmers
in preparation for their new life
in larm seiiiemen m
Born m Argentina, the young pen
man, as a souvenir of the day
Th ladiei were iziven the un
expected pleasure of being able
to see a part of the operating
pte have ail completed university machinery in the tunnel and one
PLAN TO ATTEND CHLUCH THIS Sl'NDAY
- at th- -. ; ''y-.-"
IRST BAPTIST CHURCH
9:30 niLE SCHOOL for all ajes
; 10:43- MORNING W0RSK?
"If I Should Wake Before I Die"
Children's Chapel Robert Snyd?r
6:30 B.T.D. training in Christian Living
Rev. William Beeby Speaking;
:730 "GOD'S "ALL THINGS?.
, NURSERY PROVIDED-Croadcast KOX0
Every one cordially invited.
ne look nor into me irom s-eaii, iuia ume jeu nad no erin a.
with him Downtown,1 his errand gamst his sistery The person he
done, he houcht ice, cream cones
i-Jeff favorite strawberry : f 6 r
him ; ana, (Bapsy; piocowe..tw
Nancy, v -'
On the drive home Jeff", asked
tnr a hit -of Nancy 'a r ice cream
Shm iraored him. So. he started
itnmmtntf on the front teat with
his heels. Told to ouit. he k ept
jnmpin?-up atMramc ; ugnt ; w
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(Cuutlttned e pagef,xoi. i) -jai .7l T";
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An investment in oral hygiene you can't
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HEARTY TEA PLUS MUIT
JUICE MAKES REFRESHING I
BEVERASE , ,;
By (jAYNOR MADDOX,
NSA Foad and Markets Editor
trt,ng. clear tea'. flavored with
fruit juices, makes refreshing
summertime .coolers. Here are
three recipes gathered from our
fiitnds friends who know how to
wekreme guest j with tali, tinkling
glasses. : i-, -.
' lead Taa Hollywood Stylo )
. ; (ABout t Mrvmfi)
Oni Quart boilins water. I S run
loos tea (or IS teabags), 1 quart
coio, water, vt cup time juice; W
cup marascnuio cherry juice
(optional). : '
r:ng water to a fuIL rollme
boil m a saucepan.- Remove from
heat. While water is still bubbling.
aaa au oi tue tea at one ume
Stir. Brew 5 minutes. ;
Stir and strain into pitcher 'or
container hotriinf air additional
quart of told water. : Just before
serving, add ume and cherry
erve, m ice-IUled cJasses with
sugar to taste. Garnish with a
sprig of mint.
(About J ajuarts)
Two euos fresh water. M cud
iea, a cups coia water, i eup su
gsr, Ha cups .pineapple juice. 1
cup grape juice. 1J cud lemon
juice, lemon suces.
In ji saucepan, brine two cuds
of water to a full, rolling boil. Re
move trom neat immediately add
vt cup iea. Brew a minutes; Mir.
Strain tea into pitcher contain
ing 2 cups of water. Add sugar
ana- sur until dissolved. Add fruit
fcerve over ice cubes. Garnish
with lemon suces;.
Iced tea With Limeade Cubes J
One can (8-ounce frozen lime
ade concentrate, hot. tea.
Jo prepare hmeade ice. cubes
add 2W cupa water to undiluted
concentrate (or refill can 3 times
Muct wellj pour into refrigerator
tray- freere until firm. w 1
Fill each glass with cubes) pour
in nun ea. ii
1 -$n V 1 mi i.
Sri V t
was angry at was his father.
He wanted the favored front
seat on the drive borne. The trou
hie is, like 'many teasers, he dar dared
ed dared not ask for what he wanted. He
feared to make the demand for the
front seat privilege lest bis father
Become irniawe anc nuraiiiate
nina..,,'-,.r. T ':. ,r fva.i--t
(s 'r-:.i"-li Hi1':?
CTo avoid' being 'ealleo '"baby
or ''siUy,,Kbe detoured his frustra frustration
tion frustration to his sister. Denied the' di
rect protest against.hu father's
partiality,j be fettled for the heat
best thingattack. on he sister
who pfofied by. 4he partiali.
;.--..,( y v),) f,'; !,
NINE times out" of ten,' hostility
at us is the' teaser's problem. He
wages h;j guerilla war against his
b. other because he fears to de declare
clare declare it openly on us. By sniping
at her the other child's pleasures
and possessions, he seeks to ren render
der render worthless the favors' we have
done. , t
To help him, we cannot afford
sensitive feelings,' He f will need
great encouragement to recover
from his fear of offending us. We
may have to repeat this kind of
thing many times: "Jeff, you think
I've been junf air somehow. Tell me
how, How can I learn to be more
fair to you If you tease Nancy in instead
stead instead of telling me what I have
done?'-, t-w ,r"ij
If this question is asked out of
genuine interest in giving Jeff bet better
ter better justice, he will develop trust
in us and eventually: answer it.
Rut if we ask it to reproach him,
to express our despair over his
"badness" or to show" how noble-
lntentioned we are, it will never
be answered. Nor should 1 be.t
op with mint leaves.
, MEAT QUALITY HIGH
LINCOLN, Neb. (UP) Only
about one fourth of one per cent
of animals federally Inspected in
recent years were found unfit for
food, farm experts at the Univer University
sity University of Nebraska report. About 100
muiion meat animals are inspect.
cu iinuauy ior -cieaniiness and
This specialized tablet It approved by
mora doctors, trusted by mora mother
thaa any other brand. You're aura of
aceurato doaage. -Your child will like
its orange Haver. Keiuaa aubatitutaa
get St. Joseph Aspiria For Children.
vmi s uitEsr smiii unu ru ciojuj
, eV ..
- fc- , ,-t't
:: M.; iiiiG'ii
votatUity torw T fiistmt itrt
owar to tostf joa (hi ti w
Mitt-knock to pn vckfat wwCuibsj
mileigt'to fjvijoii umtf
r i 1 ' "1.1
THE TEXAS CO.
fywixqh Ja JjoM jJuuh Gsud
. ' : '
Impart a whisper of loft loft-neaa,
neaa, loft-neaa, t' witling obedience to
the hair . '. Crowns every
coiffure with the loveliness of
love. Little wonder that pro professional
fessional professional hair stylists use it
. ..recommend it for- horns
use between shampoos.
"DUSHARME" is th lanolin
hair creme that dresses but
does not discolor the hair. ;
Th psarl of hair cromes for;
thoae who cart enough. Its
look: their 'bsst.
CIA. AS TOR
No. 55 Perd Ave
Tela. 3-1266 and" 2-3369
Best; entertainment during the Vweek-end in bur
t : completely new air-conditidned
J., JO-!. ,J.U
; (DsJMom ihotmid djiutld
Dance vith Papito Baker and his Trio
NOTE: Gentlemen are requested to wear coati after 6 p.m.
.s.iTTr3Jir; jircrsT it,.?
YOU CAN PLACE YOU?. AD AT V, 1)177-
Jn:s i;j THE CITV
1 'w' W'LW aa
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF v OUR AGENTS 0,1 Qua 07PICES AT 57
- LIBRERIA PRECIADO
' atreef Ne. is
Agendas Internal. da Publicacionss
' r mo. a uttery na -
' CASA ZALDO t
U I CamsaalOa
'. He. M "IP Street
, 4tk ( jBly At J at
. Phona Panama 1-0551.
TRANSPORT!! IAXTER. 1 A.
Packers Snippers Movers
f henit 2 245 1 1-1562
T Lhi Ridinej at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
'Ridina Sr Jumpine Clusi daily
I 5 a.. Phone 2-2451
' or ay appointment.
"We shape fonr Plenre"
t famous MeLevy Machhica
Swedish Message Steam Bala
. for aula and female'
f (Dr. Seheus)
U Juste AtWMnua ft. S-l
MURPHY and NATIONAL
RADIOS ; i
ICASH CREDIT CLUB
MUEBLERIA INGLES A
lewis cznvi'cc ;
At TlroU Ra. 4
FARMACIA ESTACC3 urci
.'. . MS Central Are. .'
, FARMACIA LUX
1M Central At
FOR SALfs .Uyit teom aaf, -sectional,
piacas. Arboix, 1 ltla
St. 1052, Apt. 9. Colon. .'
f'SAL--0-yele automat automatic
ic automatic Maytae washer K a a, mat
Phone 161 eV v
POR SALE: Whirlpool deluxe
wodel Jrener lika new, best el-'
for eey It. Phene i-5161.
POR SALE Brand naw badroam
tat, never been used, owner bov bovine
ine bovine country. Call 3-0898.
POR SALE: Westinghoirse ra ra-tngarator.
tngarator. ra-tngarator. all-porealain, 25-eyda'
55; mahogany tab la with four
18. Uruguay No. 10. Panama.
Wonted to Buy
POR SALE, 1950 Chryslar 4 4-door
door 4-door aadan, parfact condition.
Garaja Starlinf, Phona 130 Ca-
POR SALE: '54 Oodgo 4-door
Coronet V-S,. automatic tram-
, mission, radio, haatar, undenaal,
'mediant condition, low milcaja.
Phona tvanings Coca Solo 1640.
POR SALE. '55 Plymouth 2-dr.
Savoy, power flito, radio, haatar.'
lew mileage, undenaal, excellent
condition. Phone ft. Culick 88 88-358
358 88-358 or 88-288.
. ree. 4 Oaaa Ave, Ha. it
tmf Awn ii ana Are. aaa aV
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OX 2C3I, ANCON. CZ.
OX 1211. CR1STCAAL. CX
Or. Wendehika Medical Clinic.
Day Night service. Copotite
Chase lank. Phone 2-3479 Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. v
LOOKING.; for hon,.,
watch dog. Can 3-1974.
Mr. Car Owner: Are you disgust-'
, d wilh the present aarvicing of :
yw auto? Why not call John John-Jton
Jton John-Jton guaranteed ,a t a repairs.
Phoee 456-A. 1 6th St. Melon.
dei, Colon, R.P.
WANTED Smooth tires, suit,
ble for Reconstruction' "Recon-
r- Phne 2-0406.
For Ifi Jfcicnfs
I Fa v k
, (Continued FronJ Ptf e FIVE)"
court to participate in the' festivi festivi-j
j festivi-j ties. !.';
- A pre,ig offered for the,-, best
' ivHuiueu group cauea a "rnm
' al KTrn'TA'r. '. . i
it-1 SiTO. ?n. (UP) '.The
f n anniversary thie yean, ha?
dopted the slogan, 'Speedkiu
Stamina nnA cM ..r ? t"1
More than ready to agree with'
tn.e association official uhn
the Phrase is a high school tennis
coach .u this small southern ir.
III:,. Aamm. .. .
- vuiumuiiuy.' ne'S' tnmuti ,fnr
'? u,i me net sport is a food
developer athletes. s -That'
why the Anthr.n fclt,
school emphasizes tennis hrfrr.
or uuier spons-a rarity when
most high srhnnrs firct s r,t.,
But Dan Shorter, who joined the
faculty of, the school here seven!
years ago, thinks tennis is a he-
man s game. -"I'd
rather have a high school
boy playing tennis,'Vhe said,
'than any othef game." .4
The young coach, who. had
played little tennis until he was
appoimea coacn- of the sDort
POR SALE.1951 Chevrolet 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. sedan, perfect mechanical
condition. Autos Eisanman, S.A..
Phone 2-2616 or 2-4966. 47
FOR SALE. '55 Pont.'ac Station'
S.on 4 -00' Pnier,
8000 mile, 305-A. Coce Solo. :
Phone 8618. , ;
FOR SALE: Records: classic.
Wular and jau, 90 discount.
Agencies Diai, 37th Street NeV
JP S.ALt; r W"53 Ford
Victoria, firlly k equipped new.
tubeleas tires and battery. Ac Actual
tual Actual mileage 7,400. 6246-8, Lot
Rioj, Balboa 2441. t
Takint orders for Mynab birds,
;he world's bast talking bird. A-'
vailable only .ne1 each year, Tel-';
convertible Chieftain Catall-
na, : sky blue and Ivory, wsw
tirts, radio; back-up lights. Tel-'
Phw 2-3M4. Can be seen at
' VI6' A- Williamson
Place,; Balboa. ?
FOR SALE: Bargain price. A
2-1833 or 2-1830.
:fa."macia eu batl;j;o
rarae Lafevra I Street
Tia Poms 1U
- NOVEDADES A THIS
...... Tie Bajaae Are.
ATT1NT1CM LI Jm i .
. rr iwrtrt .-teirti, 1,
. z Mtm bet, c'd vatee.
FCH RSNTi-Mod. fumUhnl
-p.rrmenr, screened, mi.rtary in.
pacud, one and two bedrooms.
5 mtes walk from Zona. Call
-t.o2 ranama. .-.
FCR RENTx-2-bedroom apart.
merit with all eonveniancu,'
resieential s c t e r.
screened, hot water, ete. Call
PCX RENT: Completely fur.
ished apartment, air-tenrf n n-d.
d. n-d. television $200 m hly.
Phone 3-2171 Tuesday fnreugb,
POR. RENT: Chalet. ,r...i
and fenced, independent living
wwn tuds, CMthes tinea,
8tb Street, Paftilla. phono Pan.
aitia 3-3948. .
f" "NTs Cd residence: 1
if bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, tor.
race, pore, living room, dining
room, pantry, kitchen, washing
:"rr room with
earn, 2 -car aaraaa. t
1(1500 M. mts.). garden, awim.
- esnsae laf- lljel i
. t0 "NTj-Modem furnished
malt bouse: atova and
; tr, 2 bedroami,, for North A.
-a couple without children.
vour W..lr ..J.
, rue oesr Bathing beach m
k. Rapublic with all 'ZlZ
Iwcea. Moderate prices. The
w management is anxious to
Mrve you.' .. .
?Uf HS,DF. Sent. Cla-T
m sl,r,TpL",r tbi. .(,ulie:,
frione Thompson Balbaa 1772.
mc house. One mile past Ca"
Phono Balboa 1866.
.JHUUP Oceeirid. C.tt.,
FOR RENT: Two large bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment, living room.
dining room, two large baleen.'
m, not water, ma da room with
am, iaunory taciiities, all screen screen-d.
d. screen-d. car poif. El Cangrafo "A"
W J-3806T Price
Pying light, gas
J0" SAllWOMarcury Tu Tudor,
dor, Tudor, 58,000 actual miles. Owner
, FOR SALE: House and grounds
on the II Vail, road. Phone 2-
FOR SALE: 1956 Studebaker ;
President Sky Hawk, extras. Tel Tel-phone
phone Tel-phone Balboa 1716.
fl ALIL; Truck (Panga)
with double transmission and.
winch, good tires, perfect, me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. Che v r a la t
truck (Panga), double tran.mil tran.mil-io)
io) tran.mil-io) and wincb, perfect mechani-'
cal condition. Autos Eisenman,
5.A.h beside Coca Cola Plant.
Phone 2-2616, 2-4966. f
FOR SALE OR RENT. Two or
three-bedroom chalet, Via Ball Ball-wrlo
wrlo Ball-wrlo Porras No. 135. For infor information
mation information phone 3-3605 or 2 2-0487.
0487. 2-0487. Mr. S.f.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford 4-door
i fordomaticrradio, heater, tinder-
M, xeellent cenditien, 31.500
miles. Phone Navy Pacific 3766.
3 1st 10:00 to 5H)0f Saptam.
bar ltJ.-OO to 12:00. Cilum-
tul Cl"k,"!i'. tid.nc."
- phene 2-2363. h
addition to his other teaching du-""F0R SAli:
ties, said tonh a v. th r,,.u 'UK Hf
U.i J ? Vwuul
iB uesi cnance to develop phys
oarsa" and uvii h.. lcauy into an all-around athlptns
their names for the, competition.1 ; Through .his enthusiasm, 6hort 6hort-Among
Among 6hort-Among these are the Comparsa A-!f ? T?, 9Tea real "tennis at-li-Baba,
the Comparsa MuPecalbtude m thls maU town' and in
Cha-Cha-Cha, and the Comparsa miny surrounding, communities.
Chin-Cha-Cha. ', Tot wstanee, a few years ago.
1 Should rain intervene during the!""y nSw, eoncret.-court:. were
festivities, the party will be mov- 5" ,nd .hted for night; play,
ed indoors. In case of stormy !The scnoo annually spends large
weather at '8:30 p.m. with little! a m 0 u.n K "s of money on ten ten-likelihood
likelihood ten-likelihood of clearing up. the1"15 eu,P1ncnt-and frequent tour tour-Carnavalito
Carnavalito tour-Carnavalito will be postponed toinar-cnts art .scheduled. of ten
Sunday nig at the same time.! -iwltn schools having enrollments
- r- -m 1U mes mat ot tne Anthony
: kanor uav Weekend S doa otnooi,
On Monday, August 20, at 8:00
p.m. an illustrated lecture will be
held at the USO-JWB Armed Fore
- es Service Center. On view will be
Hidea with commentary of Costa
Rica, the San Bias Islands, and
the Darien province.
. For the entertainment of all and!
as an aid to those who plan to take
advantage of the Lab Of Day
weekend special trips offered by
the National Tourist Bureau of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, the USO-JWB presents a
preview of these popular slghtsee-l
fag places. .. a t-i
j On display win be a private col-j
; lection of the art ami craft of the
Cuna Indians f the San Bias.
Servicemen, their dependents
and the general public of the Canal
zone and the Republic of Panama
are invited to attend the Ulustrat-i
yd .talk and to seek information
concerning; their trip whose roster
is near completion.
Boats & Motors
El UfhAal L..4 M
faBaf W.r lata m, T
,w.n, iT-np, tvmrude ma.
4 S',!ni "iPment
S475. Balboa 2441, 6246-B.
Boqueron St.. Lea Rios.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
' Qnotatloni by .
AR1A. MATt'SSl a) ASSOQATM
Bsncv Fiduclarlo.i..,.. SlJ
aiokmlgoe) ...... ...X:
Memento Penami ....... 73
(ervectrla National .... (1
Chiricarip'de teche U
Coce Cola. .............. j i
CuaiUii Comerclalos' t ..;
Pret with Com.
Pinanolera Istmafla i f' V.
I Pret. with Corn.
tinantas, S- A.
ftilUh Com. ...'
fuerza. Lue Pret ... 4TJf
f uerza LuxCom. ,,i s
Cenetade Scfuroa .... St
Pnjmefia de Aceilen ...
Pankmefia do Flbrix :
Panamofla de Seguro
P4mta 4e Tnbtco
Teatio Dellovlota ,.
Teatro Cenual ........
$14 Million Doily
, or Researching
HEW YORK 'TTP J A-...I
can industry is spending $14,000.-
ities anothis figure
creased by 50 per cent within the
uexi iew years, according "to the
American Can Company. ; &
v..9an.c1 8y 019 annual research
bill of $5,000,000,000 figures tut to
S30 for every person in the coun country,
try, country, as industrv nrnvirloe tnr tha
needs of a oonulation that, is
growing at the rate of 2.700.000 a
A spokesman says that Canco's
packaging research extends Into
every consumer- field from mntnr
toil to aspirin boxes. An exampfe
bf the results ta scientists expect
.are that as far as materials are
i concerned, food cans of tomorrow'
Kwill be "unrecosnwable'V bv the
sianaaras oi today's "tin'? cans.
6i:nl TV Screen?"
LUBBOCK." Tr Ji ttd
school ol the future, giant tele tele-!5al0
!5al0 tele-!5al0 the funu?hings as tables
nl' "n J"' Dr. Rob-
v. wwwer oi uie Texas Tech
nological CoUege summer sfafl.
TTa InfAA Aftia Af- a
probably will be fed from a schoo
audio-visual center that can pro provide
vide provide sound and a color picture
"n6le mada at the
""7?i w '.eventually from a
world-wide live hookup.'
ulty of the Umvers tv nf rin.,
is one of the leaden b T-wi
"di-rlsuf 1 Workshop con conducted
ducted conducted for vteacheri. and i other
"Crated Psons. The" serein
would be locate .t 4k.
iwu ua couio be laree
class-room, of ,m" .?
sent in from an audio-visual cen-
wi au l JlVV PHlllinmant e....Uii
i..... A a. "i J ar WUIJJQII i
dass from, class to
ma equipment fnr aiiol, mr
i 7." m "fr'.v.,uWls early
i wT.I IV 'u. ill equip-
i ment already ni; l..
n" """" I nM.- -r T- uui uie
''BICCER AND BETTER" iy feasible must yetbeTlved"1
A near-record 85-pound water- e 01ve'.
melon gives: favorable nroof DeKieffpp nraSdliAfakJ a. im
that "things, grow bigger and tern will be used aU fliiVfrSm"
better in Texas." At Austin, elementary .choc! thrSfJS
; two-year-old r.miiv Ann th-i cnlloffp ,cnw)I .through
cn rkiT. ....... ..
-p jmaii rurnitriad or,
nmrnunee apartment near A.
mtrican Embassy. Phono 3-3467.
FOX RENT: Unfurnished
. apartment at Bell Vltt. 2
badrooms, sitting dining room,'.
Midi roam, 2 baths,, kitchen,
porch, garafe.'AnayMl" Build
I"t N. Cbarrio Street Ne. 23.
i See De Castro, Avenue B Ne.24.
FOR RENT.Unfurnishad mod modern
ern modern apartment in exclusive "El
. Cangrejo" residential district. 2
bedrooms, sitting dining room,
maid's room, 2 baths, kitchen t
" aorch. "Caracas" Build- :
ng, 6 Street Na. 2. See De Cas Cas-Ire,
Ire, Cas-Ire, Avenue B No. 24. Phone 2-
FOR RENT: Army-inspected
furnished one badroam apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Kitchenette, ref rigeratet. i
Across from Aacen busitep. 1 7 7-18
18 7-18 Fourth July Ave. Phone 1 1-IIJ3.
ana r epnpne bills aoart: "f
Street. II Can
5640 and 2-18111
. FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Fui.k.j
with arivat. k.rk r,.. 1.7.. 17"'
-- -rp no-
... ranama tor the duration of
the convention. Call 3-1789.
WANTED; ft j 'L
navd retaraneM -J 1-
FOR SALE: Two Hark. B...M.
on motorcyclea. One with side
Mr, luitablo far cem.;,l
&rV,'"nl th "Hydra-Glide"
tvna wL a l
,"ifer, .ik new, hardly used, ;
2-tena rod-black. Phone 2-408?
e;. "w minitra.,
f twmming pool, horseback
en tood condition. Phone 87.
FOR RENT-Office sct IC2
, J. meters,.: air-condiiton and
.janitor service included. Ajt'y
to Continental Shipping ;Corpv
xt to Raymond Clinic.. - '"
FCR RENT: Commercial lct4'e
($90) and modern, cool I -bad.
room apartment ($75), Acrete
from Hotel El Panama. A-'y
Foto Halcen In same vicinity.
Phono 3-1 179 or 3-6082. .
FOR RENT. Space appropriato
rar ocaury parlor or commercial,
at ,'EI Cangrejo'.' en Ave. Argen.
Una, "Monterrey", Building. Sea
Do Castro, Avenue -.B No. -24 V
Phona, 2-1616. ... V V
FOR RENTrCommercial localeV
" well situated,' $90.; Vi Espa
Ra No. 3, For information phone
FOR RENT: Two-sided lion
koard 8"I2", 9 mile. fr.n
Colon. Muableria Inglasa, Phena 1
334. Apartade 67, Colon. ,-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart,
ment $70. On Second Ave. No.
39, -San Francisco. Phena 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment, living-din.
ing room, 2 bedrooms, gas stave,
refrigerator. 43rd Street, Bella
Vista N. 4. .
FOR RENT. Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished one-bedroom modern
apartment, garage. 168 Via Be-'
. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, concrete. North American
neighbors, -regular transportation.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 -bedroom
apartment, excellent loca location.
tion. location. Federice Boyd Nev l, Tele Tele-phone
phone Tele-phone 3-1 J 1 6.
FOR RENT Furnished aeart.
manta, $65 and $55. Military
inspected. Vb) Parras 99, Phone
.3-2068. "'- -.
LEGAL NOTICE o
.United satfs op America
United Statu District Court Far 1
-..The Dish-ret of he Canal Zone
,. Belboa Division v 1 '
Darien Fruit Comnanv. S.A.: T.fhrlant
aSninst M.V. Guavas. hr mlinM. Iaj.lrl
boilers, apparel, furniture, etc., Respond Respondent
ent Respondent 4 ...
Irt Admiralty. Nn. ixm MnnUinA .nrf
Whereas on fha 15th dav nt iumil
H5, Darien Mut Comnanv. S.A.. filed
Libl In Rem In lh llni(H etntM
umrict Court. Canal. 7.on. Balhna ni.
vision, against the M.V. Guavas, her
engines, UcKlc, boilers, aonarel. fuml
lure. etc.. in a cause of Cnntnu-L nn
iu M11110, .... ;, r
. And whereas, by virtue of process m
uuw j'h-iii 01 law in me nirecfwi. return.
able on the 5th day of September, 195H,
I have seized and taken the said M. V.
Gtiayas and have her in my custody:
notice is hereby liven that ni.
trlct Court will be held In the United
Suites Court Room, in fha tnwn An-
con. Canal Zone, at 0 a.m.; on the 5th
day of Sentember, 1954 for the trial of
saia premises, ana tne owner nr n.
ers. and all persons who may have or
claim any interest, are hereby cited to
w aiiu apnear at Tne ume ann nrnw
aforesaid, to show cause. If any they
have, why a final decree should not
pass as prayed.
Joseph I. Kinraid .
United' States Marshal. :
(Commercial Nntlcei Proctors for Libelant.
is a wee bit frightened by it 1
an, as sne gets exposed to a
Arst-hand case of melon-cholia.
. UNITED SATES OP AMERICA
11.. Canal 'Zone
Um'd 6es District Court Per
Th. District af h. c.n kW
'va. S.A. Respon'SerZ"
f;i j --- hc xa i cures, o.A
uJtS.'SLESV"' i" the
niC. A" , "laulcl -ourt, canal Zone,
Balboa Division, against the S.3. Gua Gua-n?t,',iboaUl'
n?t,',iboaUl' Gua-n?t,',iboaUl' 'Pnarel and fur-
MartUrn? cm' ot Ccoct. Civil and
Alld WhaWpeUiai rtu t4-... a..
n aSl-ll MISS atellU S3. Q.l
Giiayaa and have her in my custody: I
Notice is hvi itr.M
Court will ha h.M n .i;."i7..-j"o.1'.'1:'
Court Room, in the town of Ancon. Ca-
1. loT m n"uu 01 said pre
mises, and the owner or owners, and all
pcraons wno may have or claim any Interest-are
hereby cited to be anrl in.
pear at the time and place aforesaid, to
show cause, if any they have, why a
tinal decree should not pass as prayed.
Joseph I. Kincaid
' : TTnl C.t .1 1.-1
Roy Ph Hint P
Proctor for Libelanl.
' 1 '..-,.. .......
DIVIDE. TO CONQUER?
Possible plan for laying the ter-'
tor in Algeria Ja indicated on
Newsmap,; above. Damascus
newspaper! report that Franc
and Britain have mnaMnnut
making the fertile coastal area
(shown in black) a state for
some 1,500,000 French colonists.
A fully independent inland
state would be set tip for the
estimated nine million-nine At.
ferlana of the stxUe-tora land.
m OF JULY AVE
. a Furnished
a Air Conditioned' ,.
a Elevator Service
"' a Maid Service '
a Pullman Kitchen -a
Hot and Cold Wat
a Parking Nearby
or .visit premises,
a ' i U .. M
uj Icjo (rep
r.fiR.lSV.Tex-.- W) L Tezas
f uwb xuunn a haup mn... riarnnnciiiilu,u a ..
crop that mav C v M Vu r'?. icw-type jesusciutor on her feUnt -nl -at
revenue' oXSt mid west I ifilM
ua aomnern states. ctdvad lti Mui..?D?'
. - umc tov veiennarians attend-
kinf a symposium on'small.-tuiimal surgery. "T i
HOW'S SHE DQlNfir"nnr.7"3tf-rlirr" ..,
watches with concern 'DrT Robert P WleV vXinariin.''
demonstrates', a new-tvoe SUSr.t, TiT"'1?'
aSAflSfTHD oa.akl a .
much rf "iT.' "? 7,
had record ;;;i io??,en"'
.0 vApcviea 10 De
Marthd Raye Rests
At Home After
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Aug. 18
lurj Marina Rave rested tn.
day in her Miami Beach Aiome
after being released from the
hospital where she waa rushed
after an overdose of. sleepine
pills this week.
Her physician. Dr. Ralnh PnH-
blns, said Miss Ray tbok 20
pills Tuesday while despondent.
Miss Raye's maid 'said the
comedy star was resting and
would not see anyone for awhile.
The chief market advent
oci;u uii 1. in 3, ,r K.nnn. .n
t v wvvvuiCO
uv.iu mucn more a nul th
uus ana inr tnit ...... 1.
Used In the food industries. Much
of it is used in cor chip products,
iexaa farmers earned am inn
in lose T"'iuv
..m mm uih ill t' uocr a.n.MA
i-ivesi in uie uiree-year history
of the new commerical rmn
Average mice of the a t miiiin.
MA..I.J. a "AUII
iniuuua 01 sesame seed harvested
in 1955 was 10.1 cents per pound
cuinparea u A 1954 avrD. A
A a . "O"
.o cenis. .... !".
Scientific' research trraatTi,
proved the., sesame crop by de-
veiutuuK a sirafn mat matures in
about 105 days, instead of a vary
ing maturity the crop originally
"u mat maae narvesung dif-
New varieties of 'sesa'm
A 1 J . r''
wsiea usi year, ana a, new and
improved strain, Renner No. 2.
may be planted in bis commeriral
quantities next year.
itooert h. Parker, executive
vice president of the Texas Sesa Sesame
me Sesame Seed Growers, which market
the bulk of sesame produced in
the United States, says prospects
are good for an increased acreaet
this, year in almost all Darts of
texas. jr '-,
Many farmers are putting ses
ame. On their 'first team' along
with cotton,-' Parker .said.
He reported that dry rand pro-
auction in 1955 was excellent,' with
yields ranging from SOOt o 1,000
pounds' per acre. Final production
figures show irrigated land yields
of 300 to 1,200 pounds per acre,
..- : .. -n S .11
Says US Students
Lazier Than Hers
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UP)
nermine meKerucnian, scholar scholar-shin
shin scholar-shin exchange teacher hern from
lenran, Iran, marvels at the
faculties in Amef tcan schools,
out. ,., . -; t .f
'The schools here are unsur.
passed m equipment and
'acuities, explained Miss Meker Meker-tichian,
tichian, Meker-tichian, who has visited numerous
Ohio schools, "but the students
are lazier, and probably don't
learn as much."
She also thou eh t discirjline In
the United States was not as good
as in her country.
''Children in Iran have a
deal more respect for their teach teachers
ers teachers and for their elders in gener general,
al, general, which may account for the
relative unimportance of th riV-
linquency problem .- there, she
w ? COOL OF THE MUD At the Cleveland, Ohio, sod, 1
' f t1? toa c x. -dephanta the pachyderm pool '
th;!StFr5a nring 70,' splashed haptfJy '-
In the-water, the youngsters decided that mud bathsTere
E5 fun. as.sen,above. .Flopping In the mud' created by
f Frieda',, splashings, they sucked the mud up In 4heir trunkV i
and sprayed, themselves, and rolled .In it, wrestling, pushing" I
and shoving each, other. , ',.?!'
FsLFwn" 8STtT a.r,!,5 ion
.. utiAc-winnintr "in, i-
iaa& 'iiiennale." iu n.rrrtr,ni
lftmire nri'vn .! a.. ,h
the Eye," work of Ene i h 7 .Tir YT "n ln"d
award-winning study at the im B&J
fme is New York City's Museum of Modern Art.
f AIT-DAT. ArCtST IS, 1333
TTS. PAKAJU A" 'CAS Jul EfErTEXCtVr daily xiwsrAra
Wanted: Gal In The Fan Dance Linrr
J-e. 1 JOe.
1 1 .TO A THOUSAND
B 'IP" "ft
''J "Have you jot any iafecracken locked up? My
7 '.: v bank h lammed!"
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Off the
Sound Track: Elizabeth Taylor's
mal re lau chine over rumors
that Jierncxt husband will .bei
Montgomery Clift. "Li and Mon
' ty." the"y insist, "are like brother
' Thr must' hav" bean i som.
hlna to" th report I reeivod
from a t Jr6n Mat Hart about
Graes ''My-Mi..f CicMsh
fsud oiuiiar tha 'Monaco sun, b
about it. said w"No comment,
Whore there's fir there's .usually
"No ; comment"' quotei J hear
the chill began when Grace failed
to Invite Mariana to tea at the
Arthur Loew, Jr., listened to his
heart and flew to Jamaica to see
Joan Collins, who's on a movie
location there That religious
wedding eeremony planned by Ala
risaiPavart and Jean Pierre Au
montMS near; .- .Lana Turner
tissed: big-money deal goodby
to prepare, herself for mamahood
It was 1 on of -those ton-salary
plus v percentages arrangements
that few start can- command to
day.. X .
t',n irt-"- r -"'
Robert Q. Law! said it. "Many
a guy has given a gal, a mink
coat to cool her off."
Aldo Ray isn't too articulate
these days on the- subject of his
n-again.' off-again marriage -i to
Jeff Donnellii They have been see seeing
ing seeing each other; regularly, and both
hope things will. work out. It's not
so tnuch a two-career marriage
problem,' but rather a matter, of
personal disagreements over how
a home shpuld.be run Aldo's cur currently
rently currently starring, in a movie titled,
'Men in War. Korea is. the back-
f round -and i Director .Anthony
lann if taking a different ap approach
proach approach to- the- subject of war- by
confining the action to' the: more
realistic level of the minute reac
tions f the .men in combat. Says
. f'PICNIC? dynamically powerful motion picture, l l-Teadv
Teadv l-Teadv hailed as one of the year's outstanding films OPENS
AT THE CENTRAL ON WEDNESDAY 22, starring; William
Holden, KJm. Novak, and Rosalind Russell. ."PICNIC"! re reportedly'
portedly' reportedly' is a magnificent romance compounded out of the
nniversal elements of life Itself. "PICNIC" Is filmed in Ci Ci-'
' Ci-' nemaScope and Technicolor.
T IV 0 LI
33c. ' 20c.
- and .. :
with ROSY CALHOUN and
SATURDAY LATE SHOW;
KM kr t Mm. ht 7-17
... "Ifs not the bigness of war that
concerns a man under fire, but
too littleness of it." .
Marilyn Monro is making so
Secret of the fact that she and
playwright Arthur Miller want
some -little Millers running around
the house.'. .Clark .Gable can
celled his hunting trips to remain
home: Me a recovering from- a
tHIS tS HOLLYWOOD,: MR$.r
JONES j Dabbio Reynolds rtcoivadH
tho-, bet noticos of hor-carter in h
"The Catorod Affair," but oddly (-1
nough she didn't car for horsalf
in tho picture. Sho's told hr MGM
bosses to pass ovor heavy dram.
atic roles for her in the future
and to look for comedy parts that
fit nor measurements.
Don't be surprised if Diana
Lynn,' who's gotten over her ro
mance with Andy McLaglen, will
wed wealthy Mortimer Hall next
V, ...... U TV.,."- !. -0..4U D mh. n m
picks tip hery final divorce, from
Susan Hayward will have to do
without that big musical she
asked for- at 20th Centurv-Fox
heap that, the 1 powers didn't feel
she was right tor it,
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Rosanne
Braizi, the Italian charmer:
'"My accent ft part of my ap appeal
peal appeal and I know. It The ether day
I found mysolf saying some lines
with no accent at all. I- was shat'
ttrod, it you cin Imagino."
Vera Ellen's stint in "Let's Be
Happy 1 is the first ; movie she's
made, since sne wea yie itotns itotns-child
child itotns-child two' y e a r s ago, Now that
she's on the greasepaint trail
again, she'll try to make the
switch from musicals, to straight
dramatic roles. ; Says Vera:
Tm more relaxed and .happy
now than I have ver been. It's
wonderful, Jo be- back at work.
In fact,', it's, wonderful to" be lead-
ing a relaxed, normal life,"'
He's back again with the fury
of the West in
, LONE RANGER ;
in Technicolor I
And AlanLadd, Edward O.
Robinson and Joan Dru in a
picture you can't miss 1
HFI.L ON FRISCO BAY
"" LITTLE DESNEE, only 5 years old.-was quite t sensation during- the. recent PfafL de demonstrations
monstrations demonstrations which where held by Troplcana. Not only did Desnee find IV fun to sew, but
she found it no problem at all on the fabulous Pfaff the only truly automatic precision sew sew-inn
inn sew-inn machine. She just picked Tier style, on the Dial and let the Pfaff do the rest. (Mercurlo)
' snsr I' 1 B .t' i
' By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
,. North-South vul.
Soatli West Nortb Cast
1 N.T. Pass N.T. Pass
Pass Pass N '
Opening lead 4 1 '.
The bidding of today' hand was
Short and to the point. Souths
opening bid ot one no-trump
chawed IS to 18 ooints. North add
ed his own 18 points and knew
that the combined total was s
to 36 points. North knew that ho
needed about 33 points for a small
slam, but about r poinis ror a
grand slam, all of which mane
it obvious that six no-trump was
the best final contract
West onened the deuce of clubs,
and' South won with the ten. De
clarer led a diamond to dummy a
ace and returned a low diamond,
losing- thr jack to West's queen.
West returned the ten of diamonds
to forcs out dummy' king.'and
East discarded a low club.
South now needed four heart
tricks to make the contract.
Should he play the three top cards
to drop the jack, or. should no
risk a finesse? ; -.Since
there was no need to
make a. decision at once, Soutn
cashed tho top clubs and top
spades before touching the hearts.
East had to-discard a spade on
the third round of clubs, after
which both defenders' followed suit
to all. of the spades.
Before beginning w i t h the
hearts. South stopped to coilrtt.
West bad started with exactly four
l clubs, exactly four diamonds, -and
exactly three spades. 1 here was
room for. only two hearts in the
For this reason. South took dum dummy's,
my's, dummy's, king, and oucen of hearts
and followed by finessing the ton
of hearts. The ace of hearts took
the last trick, and South scored
his vulnerable slam. Careful count counting
ing counting had eliminated all guesswork.
. STRAYS WILL STRAY
PERU, Ind. (UP) The city .ft .AU"IU- Au- W (UP) So Solve
lve Solve up plans to pick tip stray Cla ? Peggy Taylor, of New York
gave up. plans to pick up stray
does. Angry citizens had broken
all the windows in the. building
where the dogs were to be im
60c. TODAY 30c.
. WEEKEND FEATURES 1
' ' Fredric March, In
.In VISTA-VISION I
Gary Cooper, In
-. in TECHNICOLOR!
LOTTERY NIGHT I,
., ONE DESIRE
SIGN OF THE
with Jack Balance
Jewish New Year Services
Begin At JWB September s
s High Holy Day services for all
Jewish military personnel in the
Panama area were announced this
The scheduled services will be
conducted bv Rabbi Nathan Wit-
kin, Field, Representative ot -. tne
nifliinnai jpwisn weuarn cuiti u.
Armed Services Division, Carib
bean Command, and Auxi nary
Chaplain; USARCARIB, ; at ... the
y SO-J wish Welfare Bpard, Arm-
qa forces ornri.veiii,
Holy Day for Rosh Hashanah, 1
the Jewish New Year, begins at
sundown. Wednesday. Sent. 5. and
continued tintil sundown on Frldav
- The services will be conducted
as follows: .4 -i
Wednesday. Sept. 5. 7:30 p.nu
Thursday, Jsept. 6,- 9:00 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.;- Friday, Sept.. 7, 9:W
a.m. .and 7:30 p.m.'
Holy Day for Yora Kippur (Day
of Atonement) begins at sundown
on Friday; Sept. 14, and continues
until sundown, Saturday, Sept, 15,
The Kol Nidre services will be
gin at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept.
14; the services on Saturday, Sept.
15, will begin at 9.00 a.m. and ton-
tinue until sundown, ; ,.
$00,000 More -In
WASHINGTON, Ajig18 (UP)
President Eisenhower vesterdav
aumorizea an additional $800,000
in federal disaster aid to help IS
states hard hit bv heavv. rains.
hurricanes and wind erosion dam
. This was in addition to S4.439.-
400 previously authorized.
Jn another .action the President
authorized the, Civil Defense ad administration
ministration administration to allocate $1,606,804
to Army engineers for hurricane
damage repair projects in North
-The $800,000 wilt f iisnt' h Hie
Agriculture Department tb sconti-!
nue agricultural conservation aid
to California.' oreson and Nevada
which suffered rain dimiM laof
December and J a n u a r v NVw
jorc, ivew jersey, North Carolina,
cuu,yivui, vuunecucut a n o
wind damage In the fall of lOiU
and Wyoming, Texas, Oklahoma,
ivansas, coiorano,, Jew .Mexico
and Nebraska for wind erosion
damages this spring.
and Palm Beach, said a hotel thief
was able to select $15,000 worth of!
jewelry from her hotel room yes
terday because she was "too bu busy"
sy" busy" with social engagements to
put it in a hotel safe.
Police said they had no clues to
tne ineit, which included the loss
or sottu in c.sh.
Miss Tay.or. a divorcee who
travels about six months each
year,, said the thief made a care careful
ful careful selection of expensive Items
from her jewelry ease and dump-i
ea tne rest on the closet floor.
-Missing, she said, were a dia diamond
mond diamond bracelet, string of pearls,
gold link bracelet, gold rope and
Miss Taylor is th. former wife
oi Daniel layloi, president ofjtery vacuum cleaner oemonstra
the. West India "Fruit .and Steam
THE IRON CLAW
, Chap, 13-15
.A BULLET IS
- and t- t
. THE LINE
Yizkor (Memorial Services) win
be conducted during the Saturday
morning servioes. -Services
for -Sukkos (Feast of
Tabernacles) are as follows:
Wednesday, Sept. J9, 7;30 p.m.:
Thursday, Sept. 20, 9:00 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.; Friday, Sept., 2L 9:lW
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Services' for the concludihg days
of the Festival will be held at V.M
p.m. on Wednesday, Sept, 26: and
at 9:00 a m. and 7:30 on both.Thui
day and" Friday,. Sept., 2? ind.JJS.
Clare Luce Refuses
To Say If She V
Plans To Resign
ROME, Aug. Is (UP.)" Ameri Ameri-can
can Ameri-can Ambassador Clare Boothe Lu Luce,
ce, Luce, wzovering from arsenic poi poisoning,
soning, poisoning, refused to say yesterday
nneiiiei sue uiaus mi resign,
Previously, she has denied res resignation
ignation resignation rumors such as t h o s e
"I don't have any more com comment
ment comment to make at this time than I
did before I left Italy,1' she told
reporters at a news conference.
"When I do Til let you know."
"She pointed out, however, that
it is "routine" for American am ambassadors
bassadors ambassadors to offer their resigna resignations
tions resignations by Dec. 31 of the year a
new-administration takes over in; Trinity tomorrow with holy corn corn-Washington..
Washington.. corn-Washington.. imunion at .10:30 a.nu It wiU.be a
"Whether tne resignations1 are
picked up is a matter for the Pres President,'"
ident,'" President,'" she said.
' Mrs; Luc arrived In Italy yes yesterday
terday yesterday after medical treatment in
the United States.
12 Youths Killed
In Truck Wreck ;
At Burgos, Spain
BURGOS, Spain, Aiig. 18 (UP)
Twelve teen-age members of the
Spanish-Fa lange youth front were
reported killed 'near here yester yesterday
day yesterday when the truck in which they
were riding overturned.
Of the 46 persons riding in the
leaa venicie oi a convoy ui iuuri, (
military trucks returning rom:njr9rAP APga
eimn. another 22 were reported lUalvl MIVI1
injured 1 seriously.
6 More Climbers
Fall To Death ri
On French Alps
GRENOBLE, France, Aug. 18
(UPV- Six more cumbers nave
died from falls or exposure on the
French Alps, bringing to 3 the
number of fatalities ir. the mount
ains in the last two weeks,, it was
Relations Set Up
And Red Hungary
VIENNA, Austria. Aug.' 18 (UP)
Communist Hungary and Uru Uru-guay
guay Uru-guay have established diplomatic
relations, radio Budapest announc
.- SALES ENTERPRISE
MINNEAPOLIS (UP) -From
a sales, publication: "Hats off to
r Salesman X) for his storage bat-
tioa idea for., homes that' don't
By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK -(NEA)- Do you
know a working pearl diver? Or
gondolier? Or witch doctor or fan
dancer? If you do, get ia touch
with Frances .. Trocsino at the
What's My Line?" office in New
York she s dying to get in toach
with people whe have those voca
Turns out that, after all these
years, "What's My Line?" is be beginning
ginning beginning to feel the occupational
pinch. It used to be they had no
trouble finding a wide assortment
of interesting job-holders. Nowa
days, the bottom of the barrel is
beginning to be seen.',
Miss Trocaine and her assistant.
Ann Kaminsky; remember, long
ingly the- days when most ol tne
contestants came through the mail.
Gradually, they've found fewer
and fewer of the guests from, the
letters that still pour in. Gradu Gradually,
ally, Gradually, they've had to go out and
dredge up contestants themselves.
They work in a small omcc,
crowded with desks and files and
stacks- of letters. They read news newspapers
papers newspapers from ail over, trying to
spot unusual jobs. (Miss Trocaine
came up with an octopus fisher
man, something she d always
wanted, through a story in an Ore
gon newspaper.) They'reon the
phone for hours a day, tracking
down people, checking their au authenticity,
thenticity, authenticity, arranging for v,their
transporation to New loric. ,
It's gptten so that' today only
only about 25 per cent of the
contestants come from letters. The
other three-quarters art people
the two pretty gals have discov
By now, six years and 800-odd
occupations alter tne snow start
ed. it's tou&h to avoid duplication.
They try, but lately they've had
to repeat some occupations, what
this country needs, from their
standpoint; is a few hundred new
kinds or jods.
But they still haven't found that
fan dancer. Any volunteers?
A couple of notes on the con
vention coverage: 1
Perhaps one of the tew com
who j,,,,, rjght to be.ther is
Carl .King, ABC-TV's commercial
announcer. He was a political sci science
ence science major at Chattanooga Uni University.
Dallas Townsend may never nve
down his reputation as a spon spontaneous
taneous spontaneous poet which he got at the
1952 convention. Covering- then
as now for. CBS-Radio, he was
broadcasting after President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower was nominated. The
band struck up the Field Artillery
March and Townsend began to
St. Peter's church in La Boca
will observe, the 12th Sundsy aiter
The Revj John Spear, celehrant
and preacher at this service, will
also impart instructions to the con confirmation
firmation confirmation class during the Church
School session, which starts with
morning prayer at 9.
Evening prayer-will be said at
7:30 p.m. by Karl Lv Harris, one
of the layreaders.- :
As the feast of St.-Bartholonew
the apostle falls oa -Friday,- the
mid week Eucharist -will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated that morning at 9 o'clock,
instead of dn. Thursday morning.
Typhoon Czbs Resas
Towards r54 Honshu
TOKYO, Aug. 18 (UP) -Tt-hoon
Babs, which has taken 25
lives, raged uo the Sea of Japan
yesterday toward northern Hot.
shu where a 1954 typhoon eaused
nearly 2,000 fatalities.-
U. S. Air Force weather central
said the big storm's steady 30 mil miles
es miles an hour forward movemoit
should reach the Tsugaru Strait i
between northern Honshu and
southern Hokaido about, noon lo-
The Air Force plotters said wc
typhoon was following much thei
same course as the September,
1954, storm that swamped he fer-
ry ship Toyo Maru in Tsugaru
Strait, killing 1,172 persons,; morei
than 40 of them Americans,
Kvodo News Service reported
the typhoon's side winds had kill-
ed 25 persons and left 33 missing I
in southern Japan. Thousands of I
houses were damaged or flood
ed and 8,000 acres of farmland
were under1 water. Hundreds of
ships, mostly small fishing boats,
were sunk or damaged..
The U. S. Army said property
damage at Itazuke Air Base in
Kyushu was "comparatively low"!
and no injuries were suffered by j
base personnel. One v.ii. mvy,
pilot was missing in Okinawa. lost!
when his patrol pisne tore loose,
from its lashings and smashed!
,. f "'J'.!",'! I ' m
I Vis-' !-
;fVv i 'T'v 'I;
to5slsissWSMiiisisi liwWm m 1 f
LOOKING FOR A NEW LINE: Frances Trocaine (seated) af.'lw
Ann Kaminsky seek by mall, and phone for "What's My Line.vTV
recite the 'words over the' music.
In the middle, he got the signal to
cut back to his colleague,. Bob
Trout. And his words came out
In and out. hear them
"Now. here again, is Robert
Trout." ' .
The day Is growing nearer
when ton dramatists will write
regularly for TV. -That's the opin
ion ot wort Abrahams,. executive
producer of NBC-TV's "Produc "Producer's
er's "Producer's Showcase.". -.-.
Abrahams figures that, within a
few yesrs, playwrights like Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Williams and William Inge
win ne writing originals for .TV.
"For one thing,'' he sajs, ''the
90-minute show such as 'Produ 'Producer's
cer's 'Producer's Showcase' allows for great greater
er greater plot and character' 'develop
ment. Ninety minutes is not too
much shorter than the two hours
of a Broadway play."
Tnere 'is also a financial xon
sideration. A' play on TV has s
guaranteed sum, which is usually
pretty hefty.' Broadway is always
showing at your Service
O A L D J r
; GodDrfiiRiMissDra! i' V
Tomorrow and Monday
Tom Eweil In "The Lieutenant Wore Skirts"
:15 Jc 7:55
CRISTOBAL Gordon MacRae & Shirley Jones,
A ItkA CViAwlnsr Tnmnrrniv mnA MnnrlAvf
PARAISO "DALLAS" k "ONLY THE VALIANT" V"
SANTA CRUZ Marilyn Monroe "THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH1'
CAMP BIERD "FORT YUMA" h "THE FAKE' '.'
T Tht lit Parkins
2: JO 4:26 6.37
, 8:48 p.m.
And. 'lastly. Abrahams .ttiinfii v
that TV is becoming more adult
and that the great playwrichls
need not fear that they 'Hi be tofh
Atucu iu 11UIUVUUU9 Alleluia OL
they write" for TV. V
' .''Proof, of that,.? Abrahams mX'J mX'J-"is
"is mX'J-"is that NBC has accepted, the
idea of doing the Greek comedy.-'Lysistrata,'-,
on '-'S h o w c a s
ttough, of --course, they are .re-
treatment.','-L ' t S
, The theme of.."Lysislrata" Si 2
that the women refuse to ha Z
any connuuiai Teiaiiuns wiiB'mM w
untiL the, men. -promise, to wel-
no more war. It's a far cry from
"Life; With Riley." -TT"J
j. The line forms at the left f of t
.... ........ 4L. Klf;J.t. I
new fiaiuicis mi uic iiuw-uiLicifliF jl
1.. Jl t 1 i -1 r V
iy-tusaoiveu team oi uein juarvm
and Jerry Lewis. Lewis may: go
it alone, and so may Martin'bat
his. friends say .that Dean woujj
like a partner.
While working at tne DeserMmT"
in Las Vegas, Jackie Miles tama.
right out and said he was a ttnr.
didate to team up with MartJlLT;
.Center Theatres Today!?, 'r;
Conditioned 6:30 8:2(TT
Humphrey Bogart St Fredric March
"THE DESPERATE HOURS"
MARGARET O'BRIEN in
"How To Be Very, Very Popular"
; Kent Taylor & Marian Carr-
Mark Stevens, In
Tho Batt Pictarei'!
1:15 3:10 -5:05 '1
7:00 8:55 p.m. -.
0:75 0.40 r
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a a ...
I XIMMNO srS r
ship Lines, -- ha ve electricity.','
J against a reef. I
r.TiT?AT, Arcr;r i. r:i
fanseiirfie&i Braves ; Fcr' C
Pitches Redlegs Back ;j
Into Ruhnerup Position
- r'tev.-" "V; '.;..y :V:-:;
Ahead Of Slipping Bums
f. By FRED DOWN
f NEW YORK, Aug. IS (UP) Larry Janscn
stood out today as the man the Cincinnati Redlegs
have een searching for all season: a pitcher who
can beat the Milwaukee Braves.
The 36-year-old lormer New!
liie ou JV"1 .u.t
Tor Giant star turned tnat
trick: .for the second time in
eight days last night when he
hurled the Redlegs to 8-2
triumph over the league-leaders.
He now' owns two of the Red Red-lees?
lees? Red-lees? 'five wins 'over1 Milwaukee
- thisfyear and is the first cincin?
nato pitcher to beat the Brayes
The triumph moved the Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs tat second place in .the
National league pennant race,
1 tf games behind the Braves
arid a half game ahead of the
.. Brooklyn Dodgers, who bowed
to the Philadelphia Phillies, 3-
Tan.wn whn heat the Braves,
.1 n nine.hitter last Friday
niirht. was even better last
ntphk He vielded only seven
hit including a two-run, first'
inning homer by Ed Mathews,
' and struck out seven. The vic victory
tory victory raised his career mark a-
gainst ineraves to zo-w i.oao;
and he's a cinch to start at least
Blaclt Bill v
Rugged featherweight new newcomer
comer newcomer Jesus; Santamaria of
Colon ( has' lgnea to meet
crowd pleasing veteran Black;
Bilt of Panama In an eight
round main event at' the Co-
Ion, 'Arena Sept. 9, promoter
Lou's Craig announced yester yesterday,;
day,; yesterday,; : W-yJ'rr
The fight, which will feature
four-bout card, will be pre presented
sented presented to the Colon Boxing
Commission for approval Mon Monday.
day. Monday. :'?v'."
- Santamaria has racked ,un
' four victories in as many out out-itags
itags out-itags since turning pro several,
months ago. Be stopped prom-,
ising Enrique Perea twice and
' gained a split verdict overiVi-
, cente. Worrell in his .last. ap-'.
: nearance. ; 4-;
. In Black Bill's last try, he
scored a unanimous verrHct
' over untH then unbeaten Ti Ti-to.
to. Ti-to. Marshall, j:V'? -'-V
The semifinal will; pit Car Car-,
, Car-, los Orthr and Carlos Watson
In a i'x-roundef at 140 pounds.
ine complete program win
be announced next week.
Today Eneanto J5 .20
John Ericson, In
"THE RETURN OF JACK
Forrest Tucker, In '1
Today IDEAL .20 .10
Joan Crawford, in
4 "ABOVE SUSPICION"
Betty Hutton, In, -ANNIE
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NO CYCLI IS COMPLETI WITHOUT A STURMEY.
ARCHSH OR 4-SfltO CIAR AND DYNOHUI
two of the Redlegs'; eight re-
nmA. with thorn
mninincr oamen with them.
The Redlegs tied the score at
2-2 in the fourth inning on Ted
Kluszewski's 28th homer, Wally
Posts double and Ed Baileys sm sm-rie
rie sm-rie Jansen and rookie Taylor
Phillies then matched shutout
pitching until the eighth when
the Redlegs broke loose for six
runs In a rally featured by Post's
24th homer and a three-run cir circuit,
cuit, circuit, drive by by pinch-hitter
Rocer Cralsr shut out the
Phillies for eight Innings but two
walks and an error by Jackie
Robinson got him into trouble
in the ninth and the battling
Phillies promptly moved In for
the kill. Elmer Valo greeted re relief
lief relief pitcher Clem Labine with a
two-run singw ana tnen uran uran-nv
nv uran-nv Hamner and Roy Smailey
walked in succession to force in
Wally Moon singled nome
Don Blasingame with two out
in the ninth to give the St.
Louis Cardinals a 2-1 decision
over the Chicago Cubs. Her
man WehmeJer fl'pped a four four-hitter
hitter four-hitter for his eighth win while
towering Bob Rush u suffered
his eighth defeat compared to
11 victories. .
.Willie Mays collected 4hree
hits, mcludinit his fifth homer
in live1 games, to leaa.tne wew
York Giants- to a 5-3 win -over
the Plttsbureh Pirates. Joe- Mar-
gonerl scored his fifth triumph
with relief aid from Hoyt Wll Wll-helm
helm Wll-helm and Johnny McCall In the
ninth. George Munger lost his
Ray Moore held Mickey Man
tle hltless in four tries and
pitched his way out of numer numerous
ous numerous Jams to give the Baltimore
Orioles a 6-4 decision over the
American League-leading New
York Yankees. Dick WUliams
grand slam homer featured a
Sfiverrun rally In the fourth' In Inning
ning Inning that dealt .' rookie Ralph
Terry the loss; ';
The .Yankees, however, lost,
no ground to their principal
contenders because the Kan-:
sas. City Athletics routed the'
Cleveland IndSans 9-3, and
tfee. Wash'ngton Sen a t o r
- whipped the Boston Red Sox
Vie. Power's- three-njn homer
climaxed a five-runi, secdnd-ln-
nitiir Kansas City- rally -ithat
routed t Hank: Aguirre and-na
bled the Athletics to snap six six-game
game six-game losing streak. Jack Crinj Crinj-iah
iah Crinj-iah nicked un his second Tficto-
ry although ; he needed relief
help' from Tom Gorman. .- s
. The Senators made it 10 victo
rles In 14 eames with the Red
Sox as Jim Lemon drove in fouf
runs with a homer and a sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice fly. Pedro Ramos yielded
nine hits but beat the Red Sox
for the fifth time and-scored his
11th triumph. ; w
Nelson Fox singled home Bub Bub-ba
ba Bub-ba Phillips with two out in the
ninth to give the Chicago White
Sox a 4-3 verdict over the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers. Dixie Howell won
his fourth game while Al Abcr
lost his fourth. Minnie Mlfioso
homered for the White Sox.
YESTERDAY'S STAR Lar Larry
ry Larry Jansen of the Redlegs, who
beat the Braves for the second
time in eight days. ;'
Only th rsst Rileigh Kiourcet cu
five fOU dtt QUALITY MLIABIUTY
strength tnd fine mnsu which dlMU dlMU-guish
guish dlMU-guish ill fUleigh modeU. But bewue of
imiUDont, look for the Trade Mirk
the guarantee of 1 Perfect Bicycle
the lALUGH. . .
limui, Nctalmm, Swlsnd. :
Mantle ; Losing
Ground In Homer
BALTIMORE, Aug. 13 (UP)
Mickey Mantle is rapidly
losing the advantage his early-August
spurt gave iiim in
his bid to break Babe Ruth's
home run record.
The Yankee slugger went
homerless for the third
straight game as the Yankees
bowed to the Baltimore Orio-
4les, 6-4, last night and now
needs 19 round -trippers in
games to set a new mark.
Mtekey-held hltless in four
trips to the plate by Ray
Moore last night has yet to
hit a homer in Balt'more this
Still 10 games ahead of.
Ruth's record 1927 pace, Man Mantle
tle Mantle plays two games today today-day
day today-day and night. He has hit ont
homer off Hal Brown this
afternoon's probably pitcher,
but has failed to connect a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Err Palica, who's slated
to start for the Orioles tonight.
In The Majors
(Based on 250 official at abts)
Player. Club r ab f h pet
Aaron, mi; no 432 m 140 .338
Moon. St. L. Ill 396 71 131 .331
Musial, St. L. 115 437 62 ,137 .314
Sc'dienst, N.Y..87 316 36 98 .310
Bailey. Cinci. 87 289 45 : 89 .308
Mantle, N.Y. Ill 404104149 .369
Williams, Bos. 96 272 45 93 .342
Vernon, Bos. 91 310 54 103 .332
Maxwell, Det'. 102 353 72 117 .331
Kuenn, Det. .105 418 63 136 .325
" i HOME RUNS
, Mantle, Yanks
Snider, podgers podgers-Adcock,
Adcock, podgers-Adcock, Braves . .
RUNS BAITED IN
' Mantle, Yanks n ;.106
KaUne,: Tigers . j . i ; 93 1
Simpson. Athletics' ..4V- 89 n
'Musial; Cards 87
Wertz,: Indians ; 82
Mantle, Yanks .x....;,10C
f Robinson, Redlegs . i .v 91
Fox, White Sox i . 85
Snider, Dodgers 83 K
Aaron, Braves 80
Yost, Senators 80
V""'-:': ft-"- HITS'
; Aaron. Braves
Fox, 'White SOX:
Kaline; Tigers 5. i
: (Based on 11 Dtc'sions) J
HaddixPhlls i;.,ll r 3 .786
Ford, Yaliks i.vi.M 4 -'.778
Pierce, White Sox 17 ; 5 -u773
Brewer, Red Sox .. 16 5 .762
Newcombe, Dodgers .18 6 .750
Has ffieir Iliiiiiber i
Ab KH To
Aaron rf':. 4
Mathews 3b 2
Adcock lb 4
Thomson If .,., 4
Bruton cf ....... 4
Crandall e ...... 3
Phillips p 3
Trowbridge p ii'tO
Johnson p ....... 0
33 2 7 24 9
Temple, 2b ...... 4; 1 I ; 2-
Robinson cf ..... 2 0 0 3
Palys, If 4 0 0 2
b-Burgess ....... 1 1 10
Thurman If ,...; 0 0 0 0
Kluszewski lb ..;'!' 3 5
Postirf 3 2 3 2
Bailey c t ,0 2 9
Grammas 3b .... 4 i;o 2
McMillan ss ..... 2 1 1 M
jansen p .,.....,'3 1 0 0
34 8 11 27 6
a-Struck out for Crandall In fith.
b-Homered for Palys in 8th.
1 Score By Innings
Milwaukee 4 200 000 0002
Cincinnati 000 200 06x 8
. 6UMMARY--RBI : Mathews $
Temple. 'Robinson.-Burgess 3,
Kluszewski, Post, Bailey. Dou
bles Logan, Temple, Post. H"s:
Mathews, Burgess, Kluszewski,
Post. Stolen base: McMillan.
Sacrifice: Robinson. Left on
base: Milwaukee 6, Cincinnati 9.
Bases on balls: Phillips 3, Trow-
bridee 2. Jansen 2. S.O.: Phil
lips 6. Jansen 7. Hits off: Phil Phil-Hps
Hps Phil-Hps 9 7 1-3, Trowbridge 0-0
(pitched to two batters in 8th),
Johnson, 2 2-3. Runs and earned
runs: Phillips 5-5, TrowDridge
2-2. Johnson 1-1: Jansen. 2-2.
I Hit by pitch: Phillips hit Robln Robln-Json.
Json. Robln-Json. WP: Jansen (2-0). LP:
BOSTON. Aug. 18 (UP) A
teammate of Boston slugger Ted
Williams denies reports that a
feud is going on.
But Jim Piersall admitted he
had a little, "misunderstanding"
with Williams. 'The discussion
said piersall, "had nothing to do
with my saying I covered Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' territory In the outfield.
It was Just something personal."
Williams plays left field for the
Red Sox and piersall patrols
Piersall continued "When
Williams talks hitting, I'm the
first one to listen. On other sub
jects, I don't think Ted's out
look is the best in tner worm
but he is entitled to his own
Piersall then gave Williams a
nat on the back bt sayings
"There are no hard feelings be
tween- us. Why, without Ted we
wouldn't be as high as third
Skowron lb or.
McDougald ss .
G. Coleman 3b
Carroll 3b .....
Hunter 3b .....
Terry p w..i
R. Coleman p
33 4 8 24 11
Williams cf ...... 4 1
Boyd lb u J. 5 1 0 0
Francona rf a .1 0
Nieman If ....... 2 ,2
Trlanaos c 2 0
Hatton 3b ....... 3
Gardner 2b ..,.. 4
Miranda ss ...... 2
Moore p 4
Totals' f;;;-'' .43i;fl;. 8 2T .7
.;:'. -':') fT.yS. '..i-' 'i. J f'"i,
a-Fouled out for R. Coleman
In 6th.','. ;v..,.y -.,0.; .,.v:-,-b-Struct
out for O.. Coleman
In 8th. ,,i:.,,.l
'''''('ft''' Score By Innings.
New York"" 300 010 0004
Baltimore 010 500 OOx 8
SUMMARY Errors: ; Miranda,
Skowroa RBI: Berra, Collins,
(Collins scored on Miranda's er
ror in 1st), Miranda, Gardner,
wunams 4, (Martin stole home
In 4th).' Doubles:- Berra. Moore.
Triples: Collins. HA: Williams.
Sacrifice: Martin, Berra. Double
plays: Mantle-Berra, McDou-
gald-Martin Skowron, Moore-
Mtranaa-Boyd. Left on base:
New York 7, Baltimore 10. Bases
on balls: Terry 6, Coleman 2,
Mcuermott 1. Moore 4. S O
Coleman 1, McDermott 3, Moortf
8. Hits o: Terry 3-3 1-3, R.
COleman 1-1 2-3. McDermott 4
3. Runs and earned runs: Terry
5-5, Coleman, 1-1, Moore 4-3.
pass can: Berra. WP: Moore (9-
6). LPi Terry (1-2).
the ORIOINAL'WINDPROOF LIGHTER.
To Si ait
STACG AT 94 Amos.
Aionzo Stagg, American foot football's
ball's football's first coach, celebrates
his 94th birthday by playing
quarterback behind Bobby'
Evans, 6, in Stockton, Calif.
Girls Will Gel
Info Act :AI Gul:ck
In jyii Exhibition
Unarmed Defense Club of
Fort Gulick will present a
demonstration at the Service
Center of Fort Gulick, August
22, between 7:30 and, 8:30 in
the evening.- ,'",'J ?;'
. This newly formed group un under
der under the instructors Sfc. Cailos
Cabrera, and Sp-3 Jerry Marl Marl-nelli,
nelli, Marl-nelli, will feature such tricky
acrobatics as the "hip throw,"
'shoulder throw," and the "fly-
ing scissors," with girls as welt
as men participating and' dc
fending 'themselves agv'nst
their "assailants." ,
Boiii nay Sliil Ca
Prcrsd By IOC
NEW YORK. Aue; 18 (UP!--'
Middleweight champion. Ray
Robinson denies it but all- 6igns
point .to his defending the title
under the-promotion of the In International
ternational International Boxing Club.
Robinson broke with the I.B.C.
last Sunday, claiming president
Jim Norris wouldn't meet lu
mands n tor, a title bCut with
Gene Fullmer, But four of Rob Robinson's
inson's Robinson's "brain trust" have start
ed trying to talk the champ out
of considering-offers from Los
Angeles and Philadelphia. Co Co-manager.
manager. Co-manager. Ernie Braca said "We
are fed up -with these outside
negotiations. .We want to com compromise'
promise' compromise' with Norris, so he and
his I.B.C. can stage the fight in
New York on September 25.'' v
In the heavyweight division.
eighth-ranked Eddie Machen
scored his 16th straight win
Thursday night at Portland,
Oregon. Machen, after shaking
off some solid punches, stopped
Walter Haf er in the fourth
round. Machen is scheduled to
meet seventh ranked Johnny
Holman next month, probably
in Chicago. .
It was a case of like father
like son at the golf course in
Mill Valley, California, yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Roy Gilbertson, a school
principal from Medford, Oregon,
shot a hole in one on the 250 250-yard
yard 250-yard first hole, with a number
two wood. His 11-year-old son,
John, followed suit with a hols
in one on the 134-yard, eighth
hole with a -number three wood.
No one has
v ever paid
a cent for
COMPANY, BRADFORD, FA.
By HERBERT MOISE
COLON Four equally "bal "balanced
anced "balanced teams of the Panama
Senior Provincial Basketball
League will open their final
stand tonight at 8 In quest of
the 1956 title. The current
champions 'from Colon, the
Chesterfield Green Smokers,
will be in the finals defending
their title against two other
cigarette-sponsored outfits and
the Balboa Beermen,
In the elimination play-off,
cut short after the four teams
classified undisputedly, Balboa
Beer led over Chesterfield by a
half a game. Gallito and Pana Panama
ma Panama cigarettes completed the
We will string along with the
champions from this citv. We
talked to Rodolfo Tom, coach of
me unesierneid team, and he
was optimistic for many rea reasons.
sons. reasons. ; ;
Tom gave a complete apprais appraisal
al appraisal of his team's chances. He was
emphatic that his team during
the elimination play-off, proved
to be the best Insofar as team
work goes. Fifi, as he Is affec affectionately
tionately affectionately called by his hosts of
friends, was high in praise of
his players who seem very eager
to repeat as chamDions
Officially chesterfield has lost
only two games one to Cerveza
Balboa and the other to Gallito.
In a rematch with the Beermen
uie emoKers came out on top.
Against Gallito, there was no
omciai second meeting but In
an exnimuon polio benefit game
the colonites won with an
eight-point margin. In another
off-the-record contest, they lost
just last Wednesday, to the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Beer team by the close mar margin
gin margin of two points. This tune-up
e, eniel a 17-day rest pe period
riod period for the champs. The effects
eJ,on? lay-ff were evident
put Indicated no serious setback
to the team's chances of win winning
ning winning the 1956 championship.-
Each team involved in the fi final
nal final series will nia .ft
Each playing night will feature
all four teams. Tentatively, most
w,Xe. 5ames are scheduled for
Wednesdays and Saturdays with
one Monday double on tap This
"rles should be completed In a a-bout
bout a-bout three weeks.:? fe? iUii i
; Tonight's opener' will; feature
?hai1itt0nd Ba,lBeer nd in
nigiLcap' panamf WW Play
flVmiJ A cnampions-Ches-Colon
n : Smoke 'rom
tJtl iU be "ore program
uv oi me series
be held at. the
These swim meets have been
sponsored by the Gatun-Civic
Council, Margarita Recretation
Center and Elks Lodge-' No. 1542
under the direction of the Depart Department
ment Department of Physical Education 4
Athletics. ? v
The children competing for the
trophies which will be awarded to
each girl and each boy who has
the most points iri his age' group
The following chilfen are leading
4 and under Beginners
1st place Steve RadeL 25
2nd place Steve Jackson 7
I and under Btginnors
1st place Jack Sanders,
2nd place Bob Thomas
- . I ami under Boys
1st place Duke Wilson
2nd place Gary Vaucher, 27
points- : v !.-..
. I and under Olr
1st place Ginger Thomas, 37
2nd place Linda Benton 29
10 and under Boys
1st place Henry Shirk
2nd place John Vaucher,
10 and Under Glrlt
'1st place Conctuta Graves, 43
2nd place Pat Daly 34 points
12 and undr Boy
isi piece Tom Dugan, 71!
2nd place Raymond Scheidegg
0 points v
12 and under Girls
1st prace Charlene Graves, 58
2nd place Verna Hilderbrand,
47 points. 1
14 and under Boys
1st place Arthur Parrot,
2nd place Paul Ebdon,
pomrs ; . v
14 and under Girls
1st place Lillian Hirons,
2nd place Elizabeth McCla McCla-ron,
ron, McCla-ron, 16 points
H and under Beya
1st place Jeff Slaughter.
. H and under Grils
1st place Rosalie Radel.
Editor: CO.NSADO SARCEANT
. .385 245
St. Louis '.
TODAI'S GAMES -MUwaukee
at Cincinnati (N)
Brooklyn at Phladelphia (N)
Chicago at St. Louis (N) -Pittsburgh
Milwaukee ; 200 000 0002 7
Cincinnati 000 200 06x 8 11 0
Phillips (3-1). Trowbridre.
jonnson ana crandall.
Jansen (2-0) and Bailey.'
Brooklyn 101 000 0002 8 1
Philadelphia 000 000 0033 5 0
Craig (11-8), Labtae and Cam
R. Miuer. Nemr (2-2) and
Lopata. J, ; ;:i:'.-'.
(Night Game) o ::i
Chicago 010 000 0001 4 0
St. Louis 010 000 001 2 8
Rush (11-6) and Chitt
.Wehmeier (8-8) and Katt
(Night Game) '-'fM'
Pittsburgh 000 000 1023 9 0
New York 001 120 Olx 4 9
Munger (3-4), Naranio .' Wa
ters and Foiles. Shenard.
Marronerl (5-2). Wilheim M.
Call and Sarni. -.:... ,wi
Panama Marling Club News
Now that the international Tour A
nament, sponsored by the El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hotel and Panama Rod and
Reel Club, is over I will give a re
sume of what the Panama Marlin
Club Members did during July and
to date but. first. I want to conera-
luiaie'ine i Manama Hotel and
Panama Rod and Reel Club on
their successful tournament, u 3
Congratulations also' Co to the
teams of the Inter-Service Tourna
ment which they so well earned
and deserve. The Service Teams
really took the' top honors with
their fine catches of Marlin and
Sailfish. winning not only the top
prizes in both. Tournaments .but
also the majority of prizes in the
Cant. Harrv Wilder, a new mem
ber of the Marlin Club, is in line
for congratulations- for his first
and second Marlin and first sail sail-fish
fish sail-fish all on one trip. That is really
Dringing them in. '
.TflllTi MrPnnafftlV nuinan ; n A
vw..u ...vvuhmiij VWUtl II U
skipper of the Viking broke the
barrier the Week of July J4-21 by
catching two marlin and five sail-
fish. John 'caught a 476 pound
Black Marlin, the largest catch for
a Marlmt Club member for this
year. Of course this is only f 'small
fry" forJomvas he holds the Pa
nama Bay Record 1 for : his 901
pound ; Black Marlin caught dur during
ing during the Marlin Club Tournament
in November 1955. John is rcg-
ognized locally a$ an expert fish-
erman. Also aboard the Viking on
the trip and catching his first Mar-
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ronu CO. IM.. BALBOA Term, Bldg. Tel, M90S
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New York t 75 40 .652
Cleveland. :; 64- 48 .571 9'4
Boston . 63 50 J58 11
Ch'cago 60 50 MSZit
Detroit 1 U 54 60 .474 20'4
Baltimore 51 62, .431 23 23-Washington
Washington 23-Washington 46 66 ,.411 274
Kansas City 38 73 -336 S&
1 N. Y. at Baltimore 2-D-N)r -.
Kansas City at Cleveland
.Washington at Boston 1
Detroit at Chicago, .
(Night Game) r
New York 300 010 0004 I I
Baltimore 010 500 OOx 8 8 1
Terry (1-2), Coleman, McDer McDermott
mott McDermott and Berra.
Moore (9-6) and Triandos. s
Kansas City 051 000 0039 15
Cleveland 000 020 100-4 7 ft
Cir"mian (2-6), Gorman and
Washington 301 020 0008 7
Boston 021001010 5
Ramos (11-7) and Courtney.
Sullivan (10-6), Sisler, Delock
and Daley. ,
Detroit 600 012 000 t 12
Chicago too 400 0314 9 1
Trucks, Gromek, Aber (3-4)
and Wilson, House.
Pierce. Howell M.ci mi ri
lin, a 428 pound Black, was Col.
Harry Wheaton. Mrs. Wheaton not
5Ly Jc,.!IBht ner fir4 sailfish put
added three more for a gcor cl-j-four.
Congratulations to the Whea-
The Caiman IT left Balboa Aug.
3 for a thirteen day trip, and fish,
ed out of Pina Bay most of tha
flma TaU. O I 1 . ..
uuu ot-Biniui, owner ot tno
Caiman II reports three Marlin
caught. Bobby King is credited
with a 290 pound Silver Marlin,
Paul Zimmerman a345ppound
Black and Frank Sogandares a 300
pound Black. John had a heart
breaker along with his good luck.
On Aug. 8 they hooked and fought
JJ"lm estimated to go well over
1000 pounds for one and a quar quarter
ter quarter hours when it sounded and the
pressurewas so great the pol
. T ,uu n auempt was made
to handline the fish in1 but appa apparently
rently apparently the weight was too much
and the line broke. It is really
tough to lose a fish of that s i 1 1
but we know beyond a doubt that
there are really- big ones out
there. Better luck next time.
' The weekend of. Aua. il-12 th
Nautilus, Tin Goose, and Seri fish. -ed
South of San Jose. The Nauti Nautilus
lus Nautilus raised two Marlin, hooked and
lost one and raised one sailfish.
The" Tin Goose raised twq sailfish.
The Seri lost a; Marlin and -two
saiuisn. au inree noats round the
Bonita very plentiful, as well : as
Dolphjn and f few Mackerel.. ',
" The fishing has really picked up
the past three weeks and should
be very good for the next few
months. There should be soma
real good catches 'to report.
J m m m
S9H !r7heiIa Hoskms' feet and ankles vanish into wet
and completing a broad jump in the Women' Amteur
1-Uc AssoclaUon Championships at Undon'i White clt?
and English native record 20 feet. 21 inches. me"
By HAR'tY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) While Ted
Williams was crowlina that. ves.
he sure would spit at people who
pay to see bascbafl, a working stiff
was standing in the not sun on a
field in Roslyn, Long Island.
wnen you bunt, dont look at
uie ground," he said to a 12-year-old
Little Leaguer. "Keep your
eye on the ball. Let's try it again."
The pitcher went into a serious serious-faced
faced serious-faced windup and threw. The kid
gritted his teeth, laid down a near near-perfect
perfect near-perfect bunt with a T4 Will;,.
nodel bit and hot footed it down!
thp nnA 1
' -. .. -. .
When he cot hom th
ster grabbed the sports, pages to
(lohinson Needed Five Pilots
To Say :No To Fullmer Fight
By JIMMY BRESLIN
But the boxing business
volves around money and people ncss
re-: Robinson told him to do the busi-
NEW YORK (NEA) The pro- can do the darndest things when
yuocu ivb nuuuison-uene run-
mer middleweight chimoionshin
fight, which was New York's last
cash is on the .line.
So Robinson did exactly what!
chance (or a fall outdoor bout, he-! everybody expected him not to do.
came a bargaining headache for
the Intcrnationar Boxing Club.- i
That' was because of tha some somewhat
what somewhat bewildering set of manasc-
By LAWSON' LITTLE
Written for NEA Service
uiaser is anotner KODinson mam ,-., ...
ager. The others are Vic Marsiilo' V?" .usl"nee. Quired, use
and Harold (Killer) Johnson. !". ,sie' we omer 01
You should have an -excellent
The stance is very similar
Whan Gainford, Braca and Glas-
er finab'yj got- together," theyl
jnent principles under which Sn-dizzy but himself.
"I want a specific guarantee on
theater tolpvicirtn Vim lamin1 a A d..:jA
and then started a whirl of ne-,half the net Cate and the entire tftt..u wh.en P1?"1 th driver
fighters' share of the theater TiiZJT'. "? "ght loot
fnt.ifltinnt whinh Ifff AvorvhnHv
- swag. Robinson demanded that iriui""wu trom une Wiln
$60,000 guarantee go with the Ut-,""'. ,..
UIK UUU UttLIV iuw aliu
Slowlv. Tho hanrlt chnnM K ln
"I'm going to fight in Los An-i,rmo"-to the wgt before there is
geles. i don't particularly eare for, ny bint of the wrists commencing
a New York fight, anyway," Rob-!t8 cock.- The left arm should be
Ernie 3raca, who mson announced. "Cal Eaton can ir8nt mroughout the backswing
ULle. I promote the fight." j as the player finally sUrts to cock
, Eaton's license then wax nirkrrt we wnsis,
H( tnld IT.C nffirialt- fVnf hj tiinreti pall.rl mm mnA U T un in thu rnast h.irino nrnh anH At the tOD OI the backswinff. the
would accept 12V4 per cent The fS.i.i handle the business," Bra-;it left Robinson without a, thing weiht shifted to the right side,
entire proceeds from theater tefe-j
What Is there about Casev Steneel that ia reminiscent of
Llberace? Not his rippling tresses, his gleaming dentures, bis
musical attainments. No, it's the way he cries on the way to
the bank. .j. :
' "What I need is pitching, pitching, pitching," he moans.
Yet after Into the last Ked Sox ieries the Yankees were
galloping by 11 lengths over Boston and 9 'a over. Cleveland,
with only a little more than a quarter of the season yet to be
In the spring camp Stengel said: "I've got" the best young
pitching stair in the league." Jim Turner, pitching, coach, said
make his the same, with mustard. Enemy agents were similar similarly
ly similarly impressed, Fred Hutchinson of the" Cards, Bucky Harris of
the Tigers, Charley Grimm of the Braves. ::-.
i Besides, there was Maurice McDermotti who had been ac ac-i.
i. ac-i. ouired from the Senators, i Stengel was In Paris nibbling on
r . . . .... 1t. -jti.
escargois a ia oourguinonne ai me um. ne uihus ma uiiovu-
N faction clear. "Ain't that something," he commented, "This
guy's never aiound after the sixth inning.'
' Stengel had wanted Boh l'orterficld, also of the Senators.
OMcDermfttt had gone all the vay in only eight games. 'As it
happened, Porterfield hadn't done any better, though he had
. pitched oftener. ':,-:.x----'z&--:!-:-t; i-r.,a-v
f i't '' 'i"-" I'd' ?l,'i''l'N 1 l-f ';rt"
However, few baseball men shared Stengel's pessimism. On
the contrary, they saw the deal as clinching the '58 pennant
, for. the Yanks. Even Ted WUlitms got into the act. ,, Taking
time out from working on his spit-prdpelled jet, the Boston:
-slugger said:. "He'll win 15. in that park." What he meant was
. that it is harder for a right-hand' hitter to reach the stands off)
a left-hand pitcher the way tho Stadium is laid out.
Williams' appraisal was based an McDermott's 18-10 record
with the '53 Boston team that had finished fourth, 18 games
. off the pace... There are pitchers who do better with poor clubs
than good ones. They bend under responsibility. But. McDer-
u mott is not supposed to belong to that category.
- WIN ON THEIR OWN
Season before last Bob1 Turlcy was the added pitching
strength who was to make the Yanks an absolute shoo-in. His
17-13 (13 complete games) wiih a championship team was not
a great deal better than the 14-15 (14 complete) he had record recorded
ed recorded with the sixth-place Orioles: therefore, it could hardly be
said that he tad been .the deciding factor in the flag race.
The dugout dope on Turley is that pressure doesn't get him
down, and yet he's even more ineffectual this season than last.
And, pf course, McDermott hus been no raging typhoon, either.
What happei3 to Yank pitching, anyway?
Even the young ones blow hot and cold for no apparent
reason. j ; : ' 'f ;
Is Stengel too. quick with the hook? Does Turner stress
guile to the detriment of natural ability? It could be a little
of both. A plausible theory Is that' if Stengel didn't have so
many pitching arms to choose from, restraint would be Im Imperative
perative Imperative and staff stability a natural consequence. -'
.. Twenty-game winners under Stengel are rather rare. I
suspect there is significance in the fact that most of them have
been veterans, fellows like Rejnoldsv Rascht and Lopat. They
weren't handicapped by trying to remember teacher's lessons,
and If they happend to walk men In a row it didn't necessarily
mean that an explosion was imminent. t
. CAN'T TEACH CONTROL ...
' The pitching coach, as a specialise, is a comparatively re-
cent luxury. I -don't recall lhat the Yanks had one before
- Turner. It is no rap on him, out It must be plain by now that
', there Is nothing about his systsm .that kuarantecs pitching per per-,
, per-, lection; c . r ,.,
, Control is the fundamental key to pitching success and it
.Is something that can't be taught. A coach can help with basic
-' pointers but in the end the pitcher mut find the solution him him-'
' him-' self. What better proof can you ask than Tommy Byrne?
" Certainly the corrective measures prescribed for Byrne by
f malor-league experts fell far short of curing him, and it wasn't
until he had Cropped to the minors that he succeeded in work-
lng out his own problem. With the Yanks last year he walked
87 in 160 innings. In '51, his last previous year in the Stadium,
Y he walked 150 in 144 Innings. ;
t Whether extraneous factors have produced a Yankee pitch pitching
ing pitching problem that might not nbw be present If the matter had
' been handled differently, this pi ess-box tenant would have no
way of knowing. In any case, there would seem to be no cause
" lor alarm. Any time a team can lose only -one game In the
; standings after a mediocre 9-3 road trip, the opposition can't
be very virulent.
With a do nothing commionct
pnd.'np no authority and leau
presidents who are rare1 seen er
heard of, major league baseball
has sotten far away from the more
wholesome approach forced, upon
it by the Black Sox scandal; and
Landis. ... ;. .;. -'-w
ORGANIZED- BASEBALL risks
more than its future box office in
Us present. abortive set-up, Night
aamea threaten the ourc of sup
bIv of talent. Because kids cant
stay up all night-every night to
SCe me OIK game, mcji uuu v
ure to play it quite as well, if at
Excuses offered for Tea wu-
liams' downright vulgarity are has
ml na a nrecarious childhood. He
was unable to erase the scars, they
say. That line might be accepted
were ne u, uui uui
Williams either couldn't,- pr didn't
want to adjust himself to a game
where the combatant is most vuln
erable to wide-open criticism.
' Because he could "hit the ball
Kottnr than anvbodv else. Williams
was pampered and spoiled, and
the Red Sox got arouno to uu n
something about his obscenities too
vision could be handed to Robin- down m the sidewVk until I hit! "Hell have to sign now," Braca D'in'. the left,
son. v r . the IBC and I go in and starting thought . .. s. shoulder up under the chin, Jiead
This seemed vto i n s u t e -the talking with Jim Norris. ; I "He is doing road work at nJhe starting position, the club
m-th Mn rhallonnAr In vantl 'll'ki:. I'n. u. nrsonivfuul I Va That m.mi hM jUSt a bit DeiOW the horizontal.
years has given up that much in dy sticks his head in and say Joe'fight for sure," Gainford reported.!, warting the downswing, transfer
order ia get a snot at a title. . Glaser called to inform fJorris that ; "'f.,L., siL ?
A div littr. Jlobimon was on'. ""u nave dui a lew
the telephone again. H wasn't incnes to ravel to reach the hit
"So I put 3y feet up and going fpr him.
the sidewVL- until I hit! "He 'd have to I
read of his hP. .h IT.- r.. .C f
bout when hm k T auuuiboa operates, uoing ? $60,000
whewote!? Robinson has fave managers. youKer'.
fnr nm hi u. i i mctmie lax couecior ior a u worsiana, so ne auat-Kea.ir.e
irstMd nf ivim! C.u-- u e ". discount for paying cash. hnotlem from five differen? .ang-i
wowing ms bat m the air, spit- er, gave away everything this side. He had George Gainford, a man
whUiH ri(i e oi bait lake. - ager, telephone E
"wlt'..: just want the match,n. he'hold, the 'same t
---.. o.mo, uji-uui; CO()3,
men of all hnes put in hours teach
ing youngsters basebak and th
licrtsmanship and good manners
that should go with it. Then the
ill-tempered Williams In a matter
of seconds makes these fine peo
ple iook use over-eager scout
ORGANIZED BASEBALL nnif.
aiscnarging us obligation to young
aiers wun me ueain ot juace Kene
saw Mountain Landis. r
Commissicner Landis might
have acceded to night baseball to
some extent. But you can bet that
the old man would not have per
mitted games to be piped into the
nome between shameless announc announcers
ers announcers urging youngsters to Jfnock,
knock for a certain brew or teiimg
them that a particular brand ol
cigarettes makes a four-minute
niier practically overpcrfc.
Landis would have limited night
games. Baseball played f at all
hours of every week-day night is
not healthy for the business or its
iollowers. Landis most certainly
v cu'.d not have permitted the mon money
ey money hungry and sho'-t-sighted own
ers to take the game so completely
away from sunshine and the !.!ds,
who are the customers of the 'u-Uiio
the left knee still on he. same
OUT OF DOORS Kith
R:y:!$rFrdKi;? Mi aC::ni
NEW YORK, Aug. 18 (UP) "setting Toronto Maple Leafs.;
Fred Klpp the Montreal Royals' j whose six-game, victory string
lelt-handed pitching ace who. was snapped by the Richmond
By BEANS KEARDON
14 Yearf in National League
Written for NEA Sarvico
QUESTION: With a man on
third base, two out and a 3-2
count on the batter, the runner
ecu a big jump on the pitcher. He
slides and his foot touches the
n'nte before the bill tfcts (here.
ibe batter swings and ir.isie frr
t.e third out. Uoeb the run c.-jr.r
Michael Ha. .,
Answer A run cannot cort
tn a third u play In whic tha
batter does not reach first bate
- v v Ti ..
Q. With a man on third .base
ind one out, the batter flies to left
field. The runner holds-up, uiit
the fielder drops the ball. The
runner scores. Is this a sacrifice
fly? Lee Waldheim.
A. Yt. The batter gets credit
for run batted in. V
By AL McCLANB
For a change of pace you ought
to try tasting Golf. Kills Mewman
and I were practicing distance
fly casting one evening when
the thought occurred to me that
we could both get a better work workout
out workout if we shot for regulation 30-inch-
Soon we added a few hazards
like trees,. old stumps bridges, and
even a woodshed, borne targets are
placed behind an object and the
idea is to cast around it using
left or right curves. Others are
m the open : but are from 200 to
300 fept apart.,, r v
Wc play this game on a big mes-
dow.but l imagine It can be done
on kind pf a field or even a lawn.
The oar for our course, is 54. A
dropped back cast or snapped
leader,, penalize the player one
stroke,, v rtiy.---. .1Z-
- We JavaVlf .targets andTatler
scoring, the player must stand in
the ring he just hit to tee off for
the next one. On the long shots.
each east counts as a stroke. If
-hhe target, is 300- feet a w a y, it
win tate two casts (if you're
good) to reach it.
Wherever the fly falls on the
tirst cast that is where you stand
for til 3 second. Basically, vim
follow the fly around Just the way
j u iuuuw a goii nan.
v Our No. 3 target is tricky. Se
put a ring under a. .mail f.-u.i.
bridge and only half of it is et-
jjacu. vasung irom JNO. 2 ring,
which Js in the open, yob have
. male iow jen curve to hit
it. Assuming that you do, then
you have to stand In it for No. 4
wnicn leaves the player smack
guu3v me- oriage..
ine oniy- way to reach No. 4,
which it directly down the brook,
k,U!i roU c,st Ko11 c,stini hs
. e uuuc uu wier ana mat was
ine omy excuse we had for get getting
ting getting it in. i . ...
Naturally. ("Wins -v..i.t
; ..T V 0jifuiu
veu wnn- spinning and bait
casting tackle. You could 1 work
uui ume .real tncityt targets for
the spinning rod especially. Not
mj u ii gooa exercise; hut
game the whole family will en enjoy.:,.
joy.:,. enjoy.:,. SV :' i,-Mvt;: .;.-,
quite certain of one item, :,
"I might want more of a guar-
ante than S60,000 for theater TV,
he announced.,.. .'.'
The situation boiled -down to a
fighter with five managers turn
ing down everything between here
and rort Knox. v
"We'll fight Europe," con
eluded Sugar Ray Robinson.
The Suez Canal Jim Norris ob
served, is in a lot more danger
than the papert say.,
SURE SHOTjCeorise Papa Papa-visilov
visilov Papa-visilov tools flo chances m not
clearine water jumns- in ; the
J 3,000-meter uteepiechaxe of the
international military meet at
Olympic Stadium in .the Brit British
ish British sector of Berlin. The
Greek soldier's ample clear clearance
ance clearance paid off. He won in 9
imnutes, 15.2 seconds.
HARVARD vs. CAMBRIDGE
CAMBRIDGE. Mass. -UP).
The continuing dispute between
Harvard University and the city
of Cambridge has flared up again.
Latest explosion in the struggle
which has been going on for three
years was a move by a Cam Cambridge
bridge Cambridge official to turn the famed
Harvard "Yard" into
minal and parking lot,
Green Rubbing ;
All Wrong :
HARTFORD: Conn" mp a
When things in hiH
reuM, ine joo never seems to be
done half way.
Hurting, for a winning score
aiuce, ne .won last year's United
States Open, Jack Fleck started the
Insurance Open, in Hartford as if
he were a top golfer instead of the
pnanwra people were calling him.
He carded a first round 70.
But six -holes through the second
round. Fleck found he had anrex anrex-tr"a
tr"a anrex-tr"a driver in his bag. This boost boosted
ed boosted his club total to is. one ahnv
the limit. The penalty, which he
called on himself, was two extra
strokes for each hole on which he
carried the club. That made 12
and put bun back in the also rans
again. s i'y
SJ tl;a ll
lW V MM
aifffih4 r 4t
T iiiiiiI lr
tilt !' l'l
Atf tpi m gaatahitM.
an Mm t hi tut
. at all tottuM
mi i.Mt, im4 m
If SANiTUBi CO. NEWfOtT Mil
ting position, the wrists unleash
which brings the clubhead from
shoulder height into contact .with
the ball.,- ... y .
y Driver: of thj fairway
'y-y J :
WHEN IT'S AN xt6fc ...YOU SARH v
GUARDIA Ct CIA., S. A.
Justo Arosemena Avenue A 29 Street
Panama, R. P.
ttaiutl of Gaaaral'faadt..:
. : -" : s
bofr;ed down along with the rest
oi "the club during the past
month, is back on the beam a-
Crain and now has a good chance
i make the charmed 20-game
-The six foot four Kansan
looked as sharp as ever last
night as his mates provided him
with a 17-hit barrage for an
easy, 13-5 victory over the Co Co-"
" Co-" lumbus Jets. The victory was
Klpp's 17th of the season and
-Toronto carried a 3-0 lead In Into
to Into the bottom of the eighth, but
the Virginians came to life and
scofed four time's to gain the
win, 4-3. Dick Starr, in relief,
picked up his third win against
two losses. ,
The Rochester Red Wings de defeated
feated defeated the Havana Sugar Kings,
8-3, and the Miami Marlins
downed the Buffalo Bisons, 3-2,
in other games. Rochester and
moved the fourth-place Royals 'Miami now trail Toronto by four
to within six games of the pace-j games.
a bus ter-ijij t"'----.
J News Of The
Lusty, loving, brawling days when Ben Mathews ruled
the river with Rick, the Thief to back his play... and a per perfumed
fumed perfumed plaything named "Zoe" danced for love and a liv liv-ine!
ine! liv-ine! "THE RAWHIDE YEARS" in technicolor OFLNS AT
TI E LUX ON THURSDAY 23, starring Tony Curtis, Colleen
Miller and Arthur Kennedy. .
for August ih
2, $540.00 x 3. S4C0.00
Hilda Caballero from Tolcan was the
lucky winner of the firct -'e of Roi.
Carta Vieja Raffle last ek.
:!l Frccl$ cf "CKOIA AI!D DEJIIlfRIA CEtlTRAL"
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-AUG 20 1S56
LJ U La ka
J V;. J t J
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fteccf story on pa2 8
Utile Hope Of Suez Accord
As Russia Stalls Parley
fiKDrttf. An. IS (UP) So
viet Foreign Minister D I, Shepi-
lev ind Secretary ot mm j o on
Foster Dulles met today tor one
hour and 25 minute for behind-the-scenes
talks that may decide
the success or failure of the Suet
conference. -. y'
There appeared b,
hep ef agremeenf.
- It was the second time in three
days that Dulles and the shaggy
Thusisn had conferred privately.
Thir-' flrnt meeting' Thursday
was followed yesterday by Shepi-
lov's conference speecn on sues,
which British sources said amount-
r Egyptiia pla far- an expanded
meeting later .this year.
1. The West is sure of m ajority
support for its Sues international international-ixation
ixation international-ixation plan, despite Russian ob obstructionism,
structionism, obstructionism, but there is little
likelihood that Egypt would pay
any attention to the proposed ar arrangement.
rangement. arrangement. .'
Sources 'close t President
Gsmal Abdtl Nasser's govern-,
mailt said m Cairo today the on only
ly only tendon decision that Egypt
would head would be a "com "compromise
promise "compromise formula"; amounting to
acceptance of the Soviet-Egyp-
Western experts are u"
Xef the people lenote ike truth and the country is safe9 Abraham Uneoln.
PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1938
ed to outright 'rejection of West-, worir. on a resolution lining up the
em plans." v 'conference behind Dulles' t o u r-
American spoilsmen ii"" pomt plan lor
i lett oniysel but it is not certain w
that the SheDllov speech
'iiiht rnom"' for agreement
France aione among me
vr h hroueht to the floor.
Earlier, Soviert aepuiy ;
a Thr mnsidered the sit-iictr v. S. Semenov told
uaUon hopeful, arguing that Shep- purters when asked about th i prog prog-ilov
ilov prog-ilov had at least 'Heft the door iesS the conference that there
tr. m rwMcihlo pnmnrnmise.' i. j.cir fni a comDromise. BUI
vycn w ia m v..... -
Russia naa miu n tmr irm
the atari that Its only reason for i
.tending a representative to the
Sue conference was to try to
, porauath It to accepf the Soviet- ;
TV Tesl Pallerns ;
A hew schedule for telecasting
the test pattern over CFN-TV was
Innounced by the Signal Officer,
f.. Army Caribbean today. 1
, Beginning ioday, the pattern will
i en on the air on Saturday and
; Sunday at l p.m. On Tuesday and
Thursday telecasting, of the pat pattern
tern pattern will begin at 2 p.m. On Mon Mon-lav.
lav. Mon-lav. Wednesday and Friday the
pattern will continue to be puf on
t he regular time of 9 a.m."
' The new schedule is being put
Into effect in order to allow more
time for servicing of transmitter
eauoment. Servicing cannot be
accomplish--J while the station is
m t'e air. -
. Most States-side stations normal normally
ly normally n!r test ..atterna onfy one hour
before sign-on ume., ine reason
for. oriainally having the test pat
tern here from t a.m. dailyj
(was to allow more time for instal
tation of sets. However, it is felt
now that the initial surge im set
fcurvine is over, the new schedule
will allow ample time for adjust
men! of sets.
i The abova schedule will remain
en effect or a month or six weeks
at which time it is expected that
telecasting on the test pattern will
be fourther reducea. ?
FBI Tackles Garment Industry Th uqs
In Victor Riesel Acidrthroving Case
NEW YORK, Aug. 18 CUP) racketeering, Maximum penalties
i j..nal tn Blahnrate.
Be . Ii i. 41.. t.
(Dulles went straignt w
.1 4mm the Russian em-
for 70 minutes. Dulles is reported
to have told Pineau ana uau
that, contrary w rumufs,
ready to sUy in Londott as long as
Reading and SiGMd?
British Ambassador tw'
k- Amv tn the Soviet wimassy
i.mrh with SheniloV. ;
1UI l. . Ui-. AMftl
the emoassy. ne u --
'I f.ii.rf tn work. The rt'
p ate oeut in two. -f ..
P Meanwhile, it s
the West was not: ready to present
Ks resolution to the conferenc i thla
afternoon.; Monday or T u e ad a y
werrmentioned a.mor Ukely
Umes for the representation.
Moslem New Year
Marked By, French
With New Killinqs
ALGIERS,. Algeria,' Auj. 8 I
w French officials marked
the beginning of th j Moslem New
Year .yesterday oy announcing
their troops had killed ,95 Algerian
rebels in a battle in east Algeria.
- Officials said the battle took
place in the Fed M'Zala region,
31 miles west of Constantine.
" Yesterday was the first day of
the year 1375 under the Islamic
calendar, and the day Of Achoura,
the feat' of the poor."Kf
The FBI moved toaav asainst the
garment industry unde rwono
which apparently murdered a pet petty
ty petty hoodlum marked by tell-tale
scar from the acid that splashed
on him when he threw it into the
v erf columnist Victor nieasei.
.The acid-attack case was broken
yesterday with the arrest ot two
New York grament district racket racketeers
eers racketeers accused of trying to silence
the crusading labor colunyusto :
The Investigation disclosed that
small time East Side thug,
who was paid $1000 to carry out
the blinding- attack, was appar apparently
ently apparently murdered because facial
acid burns he himself received
made him "toe hot'.' to rem sin
alive. ( v V r
Acting United '! States attorney
Thomas is Gilchrist Jr. linked the
virion attack afiainst Riesel with
a direct underworld attempt to
in nnvMit his aooearance oeiore
a Federal grand jury investigating
the garment and truewng inou inou-tries
tries inou-tries '"'V t ""'t c .'
The hired acid thrower was U
dentifitd as Abraham Telvi, 32,
of Brooklyn, whose crime career
began when he robbed a grocery
when Jie was only 15. Told wa
tauiul mi th lower East Side Ju
ly 21 with a bullet In his head.
me vicious uiii uuiviwuo
garment district terrorls were ar
rested in an FBI raid yesterday.
The ex-convicts were identified as
Gondolfo Miranti, 37, rnngerman
of the attack, and Joseph Carlino,
13 th "contact" man. v
They were arrested at their
homes and charged with conspir conspir-p
p conspir-p and attemotine to "influence,
obstruct, and impede" justice tor
allegedly trying to prevent Kiesei
. I & MitfnAea IK
grand jury investigation of labor
on the two counts are 15 years'
imprisonment and $15,000 fine.
Ihree other men picked up Were
not identified immediately.
.A spokesman said Miranti. was
in Lindy's restaurant the night
f.iesel stopped there with his
pretty secretary, Bettie Nevins, 21,
after a radio broadcast.
j- The. columnist was splashed on
the face with blinding acid as he
emerged from the restaurant at
3 a.m. and was walking toward his
parked automobile- V
Riesel, wearing; dark glasses,
told a news conference that he
and Miss Nevins "never heard of
the men arrested. , -'
Detectives aaid at the time they, They said Rocereto and Langone
believed there was a connection also were pals of james Ryan, a
between the slayines
..The FBI said Carlino, under the
name of 'Joseph Pilo, drove Telvi
from New York to a hideout In the
'. ''"'('' ' 1 (NEA Radio-Telephoto)
OPENING OF SUEZ CONFERENCE Represeri tatives from the 22 nations attending the Suez
"Conference chat informally before the opening of the meeting in .London. Left to right: U.S.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulels; unidentified man: Soviet Foreign Minister: Dmitri,
Shepllov; Russian Ambassador to England Jacob Malik: British Foreign, Minister Selwya.
Lloyd; -unidentified man: and Australian. Prime Minister Robert Menzles.
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"They are complete and abso
lute strangers to- all of us.'V he
said. He added that he '.'susnects''
Telvi was killed "to keep him from
U.S. Attorney Paul W. Williams
said the attack en Riesel, whe
writes for Tha Panama Ameri Ameri-can
can Ameri-can and nearly 200 ether news
papers, was connected with the
columnist's, scheduled appear
ance j in the labor racketeering
investigation. He said. Riesel al
ready had given valuable infor
mation in the inquiry. r
Kiesei blamed the attack on the
sleazy underworld labor crowd.'.'
He said at his. news conference
that although he did not know the
suspects, he had heard they were
connected wiui racketeering la the
trucking and garment industries.
He denied that the assault had
any connection with his personal
life and that of Miss Nevins, whom
ne said no longer works for him.
tie said miss nevins was hospital
ized for shock after the, attack and
sun is recuperating. ;,,..,,
Tha FBI refused to elaborate
on its brief announcement or to
speculate on a possible connec
tion between Telvi's slaying and
tn ax-murder of two of his at at-ejuaintances,
ejuaintances, at-ejuaintances, James Rocereto, 25,
and Richard Langona 33, whose
canvas-wrapped bodies were
found in a parked car near Car Car-lino's
lino's Car-lino's homo the same day Telvi
was murdered. v S'S'.'.l.
vicinity of Youngstown,- Ohio, a
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tew wccus mier uicnutiu uvi.-iv.
v Carlino was arrested at his home
a few doors from the spot where
the. bodies of Rocereto and Lan Langone
gone Langone were found.
v Telvi was arrested at 14 for bur bur-galary
galary bur-galary and in 1951 pleaded builty
to larceny charges and received a
suspended sentence. ;. ;.-He
He ;.-He was arrested at Hollywood,
Fla., for vagrancy in Dec.; 3952,
and ordered to leave the state.
Last February; he received a 3i 3i-day
day 3i-day suspended sentence in Miami
Beach. Fla.. for failing to register
Rocereto, Langone,-and a third.
man identified by police as Louis
Musto,, 26, had been, sought, for
jumping bail in connection, with a
$30,000 fur hijacking theft.. Musto
still is at large. ; ; 1
- Police said the three and Telvi
were, acquaintances and frequent frequented
ed frequented a lower East Side tavern.
narcotics Agents Nebb'sil'.;
In $300,000 Heroin Ring
one-time detective in the fur dis
tract who was broken to patro' patro'-man
man patro'-man last September and assigned
to the suburbs after refusing to
say whether he knew anything a a-bout
bout a-bout the slaying of Rocereto and
Langone. ;r- ;-v ,;) .-
: Ryan subsequently was charged
with violation of thf Sullivan law,
which forbids unauthorized carry carrying
ing carrying of firearms, and receiving
stolen property in connection with
still another case. :
Dies At Hospital1
uapiam wimam A. Wall. a.
Panama Canal Co. nilot from
the Atlantic side, died at 1 a.m.
today at Coco Solo Hospital aft after
er after t lingerinc illness.
Funeral services will he heM
at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Church
of the Holy Family In Margari Margarita..
ta.. Margarita.. The family has asked that
no flowers be sent Friends who
wish, may make contributions to
the cancer fund.
Capt. wall is survived by his
wife, Marie and two sons, Wil
liam b. or Bethlehem. Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania and John J. who resides
with his parents in Margarita.
William arrived here from the
20 Curundu Houses
Will Gel Cdnipli)!
5 Twenty civilian-occupied apart
ments orif the Cumndu Army Res
ervatlon are being rehabilitated by
Isthmian Constructors, Inc., with
worn which began this week. The
local ; contractors were awarded
the' $49,000 contract by the Engi
neer Section, USAKCAK1B. '.i
Buildings 2122, 2123, 2127, 2128
arid 219 are the units undergoing
- Many modern and special fea
tures are being incorporated In re
decorating and renovating the a
partmeents. There will be new as
phalt tile floors, heat resisting glass
jalousies in the living-dining and
kitchen areas and the bedrooms
will have aluminum jalousie
b.'ades. Individual insect screens
will be fitted in alt the jalousies.
The screens are easily removed
for cleaning from the .inside.'.
Some of the most important fea
lures will be incorporated in the
kitchens. These include spacious
base cabinets with sliding panels
drawers and pull-out maple cut
ting boards, wall cabinets with
sliding doors and a broom closet
Anotner big improvement is the
double compartment stainless
steel sinks which have swing
spouts and thumb control sprays
Space Saving sliding wardrobe
doors, vinyl safety treads on stairs
and functional lighting fixtures are
other features .to be utilized.
Plywood paneling will cover un unsightly
sightly unsightly studs and the entire apart apartment
ment apartment save the kitchen and bath
which will be done in enamel, will
be pninted in a flat, washable la
tex base paint. t
DisIri:'J::n To Be
Tried At Ft. Davis
A "country store" type distribu
tion of expendable quartermaster
supplies wiu oe pui into operauun
at the Atlantic supply point at For
Davis on Sept. i, the USARCARIB
Quartermaster announced t hie
week. The system will be utilized
by all Army units on the Atlantic
Col.- W. R. Seymour USARCA
RIB Quartermaster, said the sys
tem is being established in the At
lautic area to develop procedures
and amain demand factors which
may be used as a basis for nos
sible extension of the "country i
store principle in other areas of
"the rnmmanii i"- i
The system works like this:
Each parent unit in the area will
be allocated monetary ; allow allowance
ance allowance each month. This will be
further -allocated down to eac'i
using agency. The -supplies ar
drawn simply by going to the
"store," taking a "grocery cart'
and selecting what is heeded from
the shelves. Upon leaving, the sup supplies
plies supplies will be charged against the
unit s account.
One of the chief advantages of
me system,- says 1st. : Lt, Roy M.
naroer, woo is seiung up tne new
procedure, is that it eliminalj
tha necessity for units to stock-pile
expendables. Further, there will be
no need for submitting of requisi
tions. .. t
' Monetary allocations for units in
the Atlantic area range from five
dollars to $1,050 monthly, based on
ROME. Aug". 18 (UP) Capture
of $300,000 worth of heroin In
Le Havre ended a four and one one-half
half one-half month cloak-and-dagger
trail that started in Boston, U.S.
narcotics agent Charles Siragusa
said today. .
An. American seaman and
three Algerians were arrested.
SiraguSa, top agent of the
VJS. narcotics Bureau in Eur
rope, said French police con considered
sidered considered 'the haul one of the
most important in the long
battle to dry up the Europe
to-America drug traffic.
The arrested American-. sea
man was Egbert Gordon, or
Flint, Mich. Siragusa said he
had been living in a plush hotel
in Le Havre with no visible'
means of support. v .;' vv vv-,
, vv-, The Algerians were 1 Madani
Bessedlk, owner of a waterfront
bar In Le Havre, Ben Kemoun
alleged courier who ran the nar-
rnHft frnm Paris onH Xrtacmih
Ben Haddouche.', suspected as IJ,t.
the chief of Paris contact.
Trie technique used to trao the.
traffickers was straight out of
a paper-back thrilltr.
Siragusa picked ud a tin on
Gordon in Europe and passed it
on to Boston. Agents there con
firmed that Gordon, hobnobbed
with the underworld.
Alter careful planning an
undercover agent went to work
$ix weeks ago, taking his life
in his hands. In the role of a
teaman aboard a US. ship he
turned uo reaularlv at Le Ha-
vre and established contact HIGH
With Gordon. .' J 2:32 a.m.
,v& agents in Boston DacKeaz:i
him up by sending a letter ta
Gordon from his purported
"contact": man In Boston. The
letter contained one -half of a
torn photograph and .informed
Gordon he could hand over the
heroin to the man who. held the :
The undercover agent had the
matching half of the picture,
and French police moved in
when Gordon and the Algerians
turned over the heroin to the
agent. . V ;-;
Weather Or Hot
This wtathtr rtpert, for the 24
heurt endint S today, it r-
partd by t h MeUorelogical and
HyoTographic Branch of th Pina Pina-ms,
ms, Pina-ms, Canal Company: V
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SUNDAY, AUGUST 19,
NO FOAL LIKE A MULE'S FOAL-i-The stork apparently
got the wrong address and delivered a foal recently to the f, 1
- mare "mule1" seen above With mule and foal is their co-owner,
lamer Nimerick, who, with John Ricci runs a ranch-in-minia- J.
.turt at Cbieopee, near Pittsburg. Kan. The partners bought
the animal in Oklahoma as a miniature mult. It is inches
high; has a mule-like head, 28-inch ear span, plus a mule's
.' trim legs and feet. Now they don't know what, to call it, be-
v cause mules aren't supposed to reproduce. The' offsprinf is a
k mare, 26 inches high. 1 The ranchers in miniature don't Know i
how to classify it, either
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- Three graduates of the Latin
American high schools of the
Canal Zone are preparing to
travel to the States where they
will attend colleges on scholar scholarships
ships scholarships granted' under the auspi auspices
ces auspices of the Latin American Schol Scholarship
arship Scholarship committee. For all three
it will couple adventure with
educational opportunity as none
of the three have ever left the
The three graduates are: Wil William
liam William B.' Frederick, Annetta, Jo Josephs,
sephs, Josephs, bf Rainbow City; and Ce Cecilia
cilia Cecilia Parchment, of Paralso.
Frederick, a graduate of the
class: of 1958 of Rainbow City
High School, has been awarded
a scholarship to Mornlngslde
College at Sioux City, Iowa. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Fredrick of Rainbow City
and has recently been employed
as a clerk at the Coco Solo Hos Hospital
' Miss Josephs, valedictorian for
the 1956 graduating class of
Rainbow City High School, has
been granted a scholarship ; to
Taylor University in Upland, In Indiana.
diana. Indiana. Miss Josephs is the
dr.ugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Snen
cer S. Josephs of Rainbow City
and has been employed as libra library
ry library assistant at the Rainbow Ci
ty Branch Library since her
graduation from hign scnooi.
Miss Parchment, who wag a
member of the graduating class
of 1S5S of La Boca Hieh School
has also been awarded a schol
arship to Taylor University. She
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Aston M. Parchment of Paralso.
Miss parchment will be accom
panied to the States by her la lather,
ther, lather, who will complete work for
his bachelor's degree at Xavler
University, in New Orleans. Mr.
Parchment is a pnysicai educa
tion teacher with trie Division
of firhnnl.t :
The Latin American sctioiar sctioiar-shln
shln sctioiar-shln Committee was recently
organized to aid students of Lat
in American scnoois in tne ua
nal Zone to further their educa
tion in the United States.
Contributions for the commit committee
tee committee were recently received from
the fo lowing- neopie:.. Henry
Donovan, $100; waiter Oliver,
$15; and Roger W. Collinge and
Charles A. Dubbs, $10 each. Five
dollar donations were received
from Ellis L.. Fawcett, Owen B.
Shirley. Alfred E. Osborne." Neil
Branstetter. John S. pettingill,
Mrs. Norma Hamilton, and Ed
ward F. O'Connel. Two donations
of one dollar each have been re
ceived from anonymous contrio
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"SPOKESMEN" FOR lCE-"Bkes tor Ike- brigade, en
route from Portland, Me., to key cities in California, arrives
before the State House in Boston, Mass., to complete first
major lap of the"trip. Purpose: to wheel support across 4he"
nation for endorsement of President Eisenhower for a second
term.; Thomas Pappas. chairman of the Massachusetts S(ate.!;
Committee of Citizens lor Eisenhower, left, and Robert Cutlery
co-chairman, greet some of the riders. Cyclists from left:
Stuart Gerald, Patricia Farwell and Charles Robinson. '- :
This is the first time the -system
has been used bv USARCARiB:
however, the method is already
oeing usea in outer areas.'
2 Amy Men Taking
Physicals To Enter
Vesf Pcbf Academy
Two USARCARIB men are this
week taking their final physical!
examinations ior enirace to the
United States Military Academy at
The two, Sp3 Earl F Buser of
the Jungle Warfare Training Cen Center
ter Center at Fort Sherman and Pvt. Rich Richard
ard Richard W. Angstadt, Headquarters
and Headquarters Detachment
(7441 Replacement) at Ft Ama
dor, were selected by the Adjutant
Deneral, Department of the Army
from a total of 22 nominations sub sub-mittd
mittd sub-mittd from this command. ?
; If they pass their physicals, they
will go to the U.S. Military Acade
my Preparatory School at Stewart
au Force Jnse, isewburgh, N. Y
early next month.
. The men were selected to nil a
special quota for the Academy
which allocated a total of. 90 spac
es to the Regular Army and 90 to
the Reserve. Buser u nebular Ar Army'
my' Army' and Angstadt is a reservist on
active duty.- 1 .:
, Preparatory training will begin
in September and will last until
June 30 of next year. It they still
qualify they will enter West Point
in July, v 1
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