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- SE GRANDFATHER OFF TO CONVENTION President Eisenhower! grandchildren were on
hand in Washington as the Chief Executive -took off for the Republican National Convention in
: San Francisco. Left to right, front: David, 8, Barbara Ann, T, fiusan, V and President Eisen Eisenhower.;
hower.; Eisenhower.; Rear, left to right:. Mamie Eisenhower, Ma. John, Eisenhower," holding Marv Jean
eight montos old,. Mrs. John Eisenhower, and Pfe..Rlchard Hill, Mamie's nephew. The children
are staying, at the White House while their parents attend the convention.
::' SAN FRANCISCOAUG. 23
(UP) f R FS1DENT CIS EN
- HOWE it TwDAY ACCEPTED
HIS UNANIMOUS RE NO.'.. 5 NA NATION
TION NATION BY THE REPUBLICAN
" NATIONAL .CONVENTION AS
A SUMMONS TO HELP .THE
C.O.P. WIN CONTROL OF CON CON-CRESS
CRESS CON-CRESS AS WELL. AS THE
White ilpuse sources said his
acceptance speech before the final
. session of the convention tonight
will include a strong plea for e
- lection of Republican majorities-m
ue House and Senate. .
' He also moved quickly to share
the convention pothght with GOP
congressional candidates. Forty of
them were invited to his hotel
suite this morning to have- their
. pictures. taken with him in "Me
and Ike'? poses for the home-state
Vic-Pysidnt Richard M.
-Nixonr who like Mr. Eisknhow
r wen r nomination Uit night
n a roll call vote of 1323 to 9,
Ml schtoSjIod to return to San
:; Francisco U'r today from Whit Whit-tier,
tier, Whit-tier, Calif. whoro ho has boon
i at the hodsido of his critically
III, 7-yoar-eld father .
Nixon telephoned Mr. Eisenhow
er last night to report that his
father was -"much better" and in
dicated that he, would be back in
time, to deliver his own accept
ance speech, immediately preced preceding
ing preceding Mr. Eisenhower's.
- Party strategists expected Mr.
Eisenhower's spooch to : include
a few roundhouse swings at the
Democrats, who needled him
. constantly during their own Chi Chi-'
' Chi-' cage convention last week. -The
Prasident was described by one
close anociate as "pawing the
round" in his oagornoss to -answer
the Democratic ; eriticiim.-
. It was learned that Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower has decided to open bis
campaign against the Democratic
. ticket of Adlai E. Stevenson and
- Sen. Estes Kefauver in Mid-Sep
tember, aout a month earlier than
But informants said there has
; been no change in the President's
' basic plan of campaigning large
ly througn television speeches,
rather than stumping the country.
' Except for one moment of dra drama,
ma, drama, supplied by Harold E. Stas-
sen, and another moment of com
, ic relief, supplied in behalf of a
mythical Joe Smith, last night's
convention session went according
to script. ; i '.
Not a whisper of opposition was
raided to the renomuiation of Mr.
Eisenhower, which had been a
0 foregone conclusion since he an announced
nounced announced last Feb. 23 that he would
be available despite his heart at at-;
; at-; tack last year.
1 The minority of delegates who
. wanted to drop Nixon knew they
wars licked long before it w a
time to call the roll, and he, too,
' wont on the ticket without a dis-
.-. tenting veta
MEET. THE CANDIDATE Democratic presidential candidate
;Adlal Stevenspn stops to chat with some children in Liberty-
... ville, 111. Stevenson was on his way to tha dentist's office to
have a chipped tooth polished.
Adlai: Velcomss IkeVt Nomination,
1 Am Looking Forward To Contest'
LIB ERTYVILLE. 111.. Aue. 23
(UP) Adlai E. Stevenson jomed.of the national debt."
his political enemies today in wel
coming v President Eisenhower's
nomination for a second term by
the Republican national conven convention.
tion. convention. V
Stevenson congratulated Mr. Ei
senhower on his unanimous en endorsement
dorsement endorsement by the San Francisco
convention yesterday, and said "I
am pleased to be matched against
him again"; as the': Democratic
.The Democratic candidate made
an oblique reference to the presi
dent's health, which Stevenson's'
managers earn wuuiu nvi.ue maue
an eieciom issue. 'tv .Tt
It i no secret that I look for
"ward to this contest, and I am am-glad
glad am-glad h finds himself able to be
the Republican candidate," Stev Stev-nton
nton Stev-nton commented. -
Stevenson issued-the statement
from Ins nearby country; home.
where he has been : resting and
plotting strategy since the. Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic national convention closed
last Friday night ;-: ;
He huddled on' mechanical de
tails of the coming campaign last
night with bis manager. James A
Finnegan, and Democratic nation national
al national chairman, Paul M. Butler, who
Hew m from Washington. D.C
xoday. bievenson Played kadim;
man In a series of short statements
which were filmed for use on five-
minute television spots later u the
- Stevenson yesterday scoffed" at 1
Republican platform promises of
a tax cut for the "little man" as
"so much election talk" and a
contradiction of President El- i
senhower; ' 5
The Democratic Presidential can.
didate said "President Eisenhower
repeatedly has been against a tax
cut. and has been against a tax
cut-and has been in favor of
'Let the people kn'tm the trwth mnd the
nlvin anv -aiirnlii tn tti YAnpira
' The GOP platform pledge
"sounds to me like an expressed
contradicuon (of, the President),"
'I think it's so much election
talk, myself," he commented. -4
Stevenson tonic not xhnts at the
platform adopted at the- Republi-i
cans ban. f rancisca convention.
Stevenson admitted he hasn't
spent much time watching t. the
GOP convention on television,' But
he was quick to attack the olat
form pledge to work for tax cuts
"with particular consideration for
low and middle-income. families
and the hnt nf .Son Prosrntt
Bush of Connecticut, chairman of
the platform committee, that ''we
have balanced the budget V,
!-' "This Was certainly an accur accurate
ate accurate reflection of what interests
the Republican loaders most,"
Stevenson said. "Not the eduea eduea-,
, eduea-, tion of our children, not a fair
break for farmers, not the grow growing
ing growing menanco of communism m
the ; world, not America's wan waning
ing waning influence, but a balanced
Stevenson added that "Bush did
not say that they succeeded in
balancing the. budget this year on only
ly only by nostnomne necessary de
fense expenditures until next year
aner the election '
"Nor did ihe say that under Tru
man the national debt was reduc
ed by 12 billion dollars while un
der Eisenhower it has been in
creased by 13 billion dollars in
four years." .
4 Tho former Illinois governor al also
so also wam't impressed by tho Re Republican
publican Republican civil, rights plank.
lie said it was "just about the
same" as the Democratic plank,
except that "They didn't come out
for any change In the filuhister
rule tn thr- Senate, which the Demo-
PANAMA, R, PTHURSDAY, AUGUST 23, J95J
Termed Greai lowh
Al Cily Congress
One of the outstanding- gains
of the Municipal Congress which
closes today was its furtherance
of the movement toward setting
up planning boards, eve&in the
smaller cltiea. -.. v-
That opinion was given this
morning by Mrs. Felisa Blncon
de Gautler1 mayor of the city of
San Juan, Puerto Rico, und
chairman of .. the 6th Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Congress of Munlcl-
Ipalities held here during the
- Mrs. de Gautlef said that
Puerto Rico has bad exceptional
success with its planning boards
in which, public .spirited archi architects,
tects, architects, engineers, sociologists and
cultural leaders serve without
pay. They meet with paid muni municipal
cipal municipal -officials and work out
plans, for the towns. These are
in turn coordinated with the
projects of the state and the.
Planning boards exist In pueN
to Rican towns of a small pop population
ulation population as 6,000, she said.
This pattern, and some other
planning; board technique pre presented
sented presented by the Cuban delegation,
caught 1 the enthusiasm of the
Mrs. de Gautier also said tj-
day she felt an unusual spirit of
understanding of sometimes
widely differing; city problem
characterized this congress.
At the plenary session this
afternoon it -is expected the
congress will follow the recom
menaatiori tw a committee and
choose Brazil as the next host host-country.
country. host-country. -!.
Wherever the meeflmr Is held.
A . ".a
two years irom now, the person
who is at that time the mayor
ui ranama city, will preside.
Sick Man From
Culebra To Colon
Panamanian farm rtasirtarin
numera was evacuated Wednes-
uay anernoon Irom Cnlehra n
P. to Colon for medical treat treatment
ment treatment by an H-19 helicopter
from the 26th Air rp.u.
Squadron, Albrook ATS. t
' The request submitted through
diplomatic channels was receiv.
ed by Albrook Rescue Coordina Coordination
tion Coordination Center which dispatched a
helicopter piloted by Capt Wil William
liam William peel with Dr. Fred Ten Ten-Eyckv
Eyckv Ten-Eyckv AF Flight Surgeon to fly
the patient to, the Colon air airstrip
strip airstrip where he "was Immed'ately
rushed to the Colon Hospital
Pdraisp Flrd j V
Closed To Traffic :
For Sewer Repairs
PSraiso Road will be closed to
trame aurmg a period of ten days
iur me extension ot a sewer
trench from the front of the Parai
so Civic Center to the church.
During this time traffic will be
detoured over Pafo Alto RoSd,
then along Dominica Flaza to Pa Pa-raiso
raiso Pa-raiso Road. -, ....
The present location of the bus
stop will be temporarily shifted
west on Paraiso Road to a point
outside of the limited traffic lane.
IN A PATTERN
both sides of tre
iawcett oX Farauo, center, who
cnrJry it WH Alntum Lincoln;
It was a great town meet
That seems to be the concen
sus regarding the first public
monthly conference ,b e t w e e n
00 v. w. E. Potter and Zone Civ
ic Councils representatives held
yesterday. :.,.;: : ..-
Housing, bus transportation
commissaries and- health serv
ices attracted the lion's share of
attention. v .
The meeting In the music
room of Paxaiso High School at attracted
tracted attracted a representative group
of residents from all Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican communities in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. The crowd of some 150
men and women filled all avail available
able available seating space. There were
many standees., in the room.
Outside, In the cool sunlit aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, a number of other peo people
ple people stood listening.
'One resident remorfced "on
the number of Swinish-speaking
descent in the audience.
'This kind of town meetlns,
was surely an Innovation which
served a good purpose," in the
opinion of employe Harold Wil
"Elected representatives of the
people had the opportunity of
presenting matters or commun
ity welfare to the administration
in the presence of tne ones tney
represent. ; y '':' :
"TMs gave an opportunity
orthe people to evaluate the
ini of representation they
art getting. -: ,y
"It also aave the neonle an- 6d-
portunity to pet m tneir own
chaired' the meeting him.-uf
gave what he called 'the elector
ate an opportunity to speak. He
asked them to express their
views on all matters discussed."
Community spirit was better bettered,
ed, bettered, Williams thought, because
when it was over the residents
felt themselves closer to the
handling of their local problems.
They were permitted to. hear
and join in the discussion; mak making
ing making them feel the Canal .one
was one big community,"? Wil
liams observed. : : ; ,t-
Alter the meeting, a man from
santa Cruz said
"Great: areatl This shows that
the Governor is interested in the
people and is making a consci conscientious
entious conscientious effort to solve their
problems." ; ;
But a SDanlsh-speaklnr em'
plove. had a different reaction.
"No estoy eneanado." (I am
not fooled he remarked.
He is Just pulling the wool
over our eyes. This is another
treaty deal. They say that they
didn't promise to give us in increased
creased increased pay. But thr-y can't deny
tnat tney promised to put us un under.
der. under. Civil Service retirement. It
is nearly two years now, and we
arc still waiting.', v
He added: "Perhaps they
oolei the treaty negotiators,
mt t know what to expect
from past experience.?
An interested residents asked
to comment on the meeting
said: '".":. -i- .. ... 'i..f
, "Now we can see for ourselves
who represents us and who
doesn't .v.; ;i:
"We sent up these representa representatives,
tives, representatives, but we never knew what
they were saying or doing. Now
Another observed :"A11 I can
say is that I think Gov. Potter
Is doing a wonderful Job. The
governor suggests community-i
wlde elections in November, and
mat's just a good thins.
Ellis L. Fawceti, chairman of
the Paraiso Council, welcomeri
Potter in behalf of the council
and residents of the town, as a
prelude to the meetine.
In his openlnir remarks. T
ter invited participation by the
spectators. 1 j
that takes Its form from the earliest beginnings of democracy the own ruetlni; i clvid councils from
! JsthmuauneiJt Paraiso yesterday with Gov, W..lV.PoU-ln.th.chalr,H-.w U-
oais. cwak lAuuuier picture of the meeting on Pe 1.
He also moved further In his
previously expressed desire for
strengthening the Civic Councils
oy asking lull participation in
tne elections of council reore-
sentauves in all communities.
He pointed out that less than
20 per cent of the eligible vot voters
ers voters tQO part in the elections
inMe past. ;
He asked that all civic Coun
ells adopt the first Tuesday in
November as election day the
year and vnlform system of
Dauotmg ana eugioiuty require'
ments lor voting.
A discussion of the Canal
commissaries and the vroblem
of their operations after next
January followed a report f"nf
rfte "morfcet oasm costs 7or
Latin American communities
was (36.77, an increase of 46
cent over the previous month.
The Governor toll, his audi
ence that all concerned m com
missary operations are working
hard to provide the best mer
chandise at the lowest possible
prices alter the curtailment in
operation which will be requir
ed py .tne 1955 Treaty. He vk
ed the help and advice of the
customers -on j these nroblems
saying, "if you can help us save
yo money, we will be very hap
He asked tnat commissary
customers form arouns and sug
gest how the retail stores coi'ld
be operated better. He said the
women ar tb most competent
for a Job like this since they w
the prlnc'ttsl purchasers, f .for
Eric' Oakley, of the Paraiso
Commissary,, said thit commls
sary forums held in the ppst
have produced good results bv
arlngmg j the customers and
commissary officials together to
taig over tneir various prob
lemS. :'' :-i''-"r-"'I-V."'"-',:-S'.V.
Health services occuDied much
attention and several in the au
dlence participated in the dls
cusslon which centered princi
pally on the length of time re
quired to see doctors at the out-
patient clinics which had been
reported and discussed at the
previous month's conference.
Three spectators O. T. CoU
hum, C. S, Stevens and d Mrs.
Lawrence rose to tell the gov governor
ernor governor ot unreasonable waiting
periods at the out-patient clt-,,
Cleveland Roberts charged
that prescriptions at the clinics
are no longer handled in order,
Of receipt, as previously. In
stead, he said, patients have to
leave them in a pile, and the
pharmacist picks them all up at
once ana handles them hap
hazardly. Potter promised that
a first-come-first served plan
would be adhered to;
During the discussion. Fawcctt
repeated previous reqi'evts for
the assignment of a doctor, at
least nart time.' to the first aid
station in Paraiso, and Mtas Vio
let Henry, of Santa Cruz, asked
for the assignment of an addi
tional doctor In that communi
The entire matter of patients
care at the out-patient clinics Is
now under study by the Health
Bureau, Potter said, and he sug
gested that the ouestlon be cor
rled over to the next meeting by
which time some factum data
on service will be avallb'. .?
An announcement of the re-
cent deoisipn prmit em-
vlovi now vasipned houses in 1
the New Cristobal are" to move
back to Rainbow City was
made, and represenMivf of
the council there reported that
six reassittnments have alrea
dv been made, v i-:
Later nv the conference the
question of the- depopulation of
(Conttnoed on page 8 Col 2)
Locol-rate unions, convinced thai the United State!
Congress, could increase the nan-ll ritWei, J.ii
by more than $10,000,000 yearly. Jrl
fSCME, AFUCIO, international representative Wil Wil-hani
hani Wil-hani H. Sinclair said today, following a phone call last
niglit to the union's international headquarters in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, that the union felt it evident that the presenf
locality rates would continue to prevail. ;
k Meanwhile, Jo$4 de la Rosa Castillo, president of Local
907 told a meeting of 250 workers last niaht that Pona-
md's treaty negotiators had
a proposed mass meeting
meeting they would explain
me aaie or tne rany win oe
Sinclair said the Washington
officials with whom he talked
last nlKht said they were wateh
lng Isthmian developments m
t . . 1
Keen" interest;; vO -ic .;- ":
;:The .officials JrecalledJBlnclalt
said, that they had c!;'. n.- a up
on first' reading the .laj4 U.S. U.S.Panama
Panama U.S.Panama treaty that, there was
no commitment otf the part of
the United States government to
raise local rate wages simultan simultaneously
eously simultaneously with withdrawal of .com
missary ana otner privueges.
"Organized labor moved for forward
ward forward to beat the U.S. govern government
ment government to the. punch, and was
able to enTst the aid of con congressmen
gressmen congressmen friendly to labor,
?Am a result of that effort Sen
Theodore Green ; (D-R.I.) and
others introduced a number of
identical bills advocating the
establishment of a basic' single
wage scale In the Canal zone
for all employes of the U.S. gov
ernment U5. citizens and non-
U.S. citizens In accordance with
TJ.SJ rates of pay," Sinclair said.
But the Green and other bJiis
were not acted on by the last
Congress. v ": h
'Th bills sponsored hr or
Drcp Lr.:t i
Partama Canal traf.
during July, the first n
fiscal year,, from the
recent mon'hs, er""
! statis-! v o-
tics anounceJ y
There were 6i9 u
and 16 U.- S. Government
Both of these figures w.e
these of Jhe previous monih and
both were well below the figures
of 727 commercial, and 27 Govern Government
ment Government ship transits in July of last
year. ; --v.
Aitnougn the number of transit1)
were below the average of recent
months, tolls in July were slightly
higher than those in June, oerause
of the number of large shins in
transit last month.
' Toils in July amounted to $3, $3,-126,200,
126,200, $3,-126,200, of which $67,765 was in
tolls credits from the U, S. Gov
ernment vessels usinjf the Canal.
Tolls in June with 695 ocean-going
transits amounted to w,w,'o.
agreed in principle to attend
in Santa Aha Plaza. Af ithii
their part in the negotiations.
ser snortly, Castillo said.
5Snmed Ub; would wer 'all
au pay rates equal,
to those paid in the D.S.. for
.those positions, with the ex.
ception rt -those 'pmifn H
tions, s charwo., or sijn'-
tor posit ona requiring Utile or
no skl or responsibility. Thcw
BnskilledVsit'ons would ba'
Z if) tes of pay,-
''i' '"..A'- ,...,'T,,' 'y.
Sinclair Was tnrth.- t... j
U (v. WOUICH
execu"w officer in
W.h,ngt?n the interna internals?1.
ls?1. internals?1. u?!on W1U continue to
S hh nf?fe sJon of Con.
gress to have the bills now spor
tofitSS .or5in,"d lbor rein reintroduced
troduced reintroduced and acted on ..
-They are also planning tn
wage an tM out fifht to;pu.
re of a bill extending thV
provisions of the Civil Serrica
Retirement Act to non-TJA ci-
Canal Co. and the Canal Zone
out that there should be no mis mis-undersUndine
undersUndine mis-undersUndine between mJ ,i
sponsored by the UA eover"
ment advocaUfi, ; .'ESS
m eheystemn3 those sponsor;
fd by organised labor. orean
teed labor Is trvlnr tnffi?2
unl?.n wmber In the
Canai Zone,- Staqiair said.
Castillo t d l d jit iLw..
meetlne that p-dLS!1
4 n"me lttbor 1
Panamanian Embassy m
Washington When htote7oN
BERLIN: Aus tr
tS ""Communists decided
.r:6,Bt5e4Jame n while
on "hikes. But they said it was
H -right tor. thosi i over 18
The situation arose when the
ruled that boys and girls could
spend the night tenting togeth together..
er.. together.. This Immediately raised a
discussion of -whether such 'ar 'arrangements
rangements 'arrangements endangered .the
morals of Communist youth.
The Question was resniviwi
when the director of East Ber
lin's s Institute for 'Social Hv.
gienei said (hose under la were
too young; but those over IS
were mature enoueh to suend
the night together, without
harm. .. '..' ,- ; :
Who Threw Bomb
Gfts Years ; ;!
Mexico ctty. av n nrpt
Night cjub singer Pace Sierrt
complained yesterday that 30 years
is too stiff a sentence for a malt
caught planting a time-bomb in aa
A-imrit -etmrt Jndge -Teducel
Sierra's term ta 39 rears.
TSX FA5AMA AMERICAN A.I IXDIfESTENT DAILY KnFSPATXa
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1958
- THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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4 the first Baptist church to Balboa Heights and the Union
Churches in Balboa and Cristobal. In the first place, let me
assure you that you will not receive n reply from any of the
parsons regarding this matter, lor the&work.fn earth is to
serve God in the salvation oi man's immortal, soul, not psy-
choanalize man's inferiority complexes.
i At no time have you approached any of the above-named
1 churches to attend a service and found tne parson at the door
saying "Whites in Blacks out please," nor have the usners or
any member of the respective congregations taken it on him him-I
I him-I self to perform such an office. The minister of every churcii
concerns himself solely with the fullness of his pews and. the
proper conveyance of the teactaga contained in his sermon for
' 1 the day." t ,; '" ; : ; f
' Let us resort to a little logical reasoning. Mr. Africanus,
t do you by an chance reside in Balboa, Balboa Heights, or New
; Cristobal? ; What I am trying to say is this: ProbaDly you have
1 not been assigned living quarters in any of these three town town-.'
.' town-.' sites and If not, then you must live a good distance away from
them. Most likely, in the townslte jtvher you live there is a
1 church. Why not go to the church nearest your home? Ko fix fixed
ed fixed rule has been established nor has it ever been published to
, that effect, but from logical reasoning I deduced that churches
are built in the various townsites mainly to accommodate the
; residents of the respective areas so they will not have to travel
, tug mr ui nwu un nuia ui uuu.
' From the questions you au,
,the residents oi Paraisa would find it more convenient to at at-'tend
'tend at-'tend a service at the Union Church li Balboa rather than g'o
to a church that Is perhaps two or three blocks away from their
town home. Or do you thins that the residents of Rainbow
City or Camp Coiner would rather hop a bus of walk into town
to attend tha Union Church in New Cristobal instead of the
'church located rieht there in Rainbow City? Are you absolute-
ly certain that the distance between these places would not
Irnake a bit of difference to the lesidenta thereof? :::'.. v-M
t More often than not, wherever a townslte went up In th
'Canal Zone, shortly afterwards a church was constructed near-1
by to accommodate its residents. Now, it is only logical that
"the Union Church In Balboa would have a majority of whites
tin its congregation as a consequence of the residents of that
? area. But, if you choose to tide 20 minutes on a bus from
'.Faralso-to Balboa to attend service at the Union Church, Just
go right ahead. No one, is going to stop you, but no one is
; going along with you considering the bus fare and distance
! involved, and the fact that there is a church just two or three
blocks away from your home. This would just not be practical,
and for this' reason, you will always l'lnd a majority of -whites
' In both Union Churches and the -first Baptist Church while on
the other band, youwill always find a majority of colored peo people
ple people in the churches situated in Rainbow City and Paratso. (Not
because of any discrimination or segregation as you put it.)
"Majority" I say because no race is banned from the House of
God. The Almighty and his ministers are not particular about
.man's color their one goal is his soul-. Every man is free to
attend the church of his choic
Therefore, and in view of my explanation, I recommend you
do not employ, the House of God as ah excuse for 'expressing
'your personal feelings about segregation and discrimination.
'The situation you are trying to cite cannot exist in a church.
True Christiana only go to chmch to worship God, not to com
'pare the various shades of skin, or to be able to say "I went to
the Union Church today" or "1 tat beside Governor potter this
'.morning in church." Those things do not mean a thing to
i them, In which case, any church will do 4- from a practical
standpoint, the one nearest ;t.o your hSme.. I stress this point
(because I know that the Canal Zone, townsites are far removed
from each other.; i -,
A Christian Mind
y Til I AUIa iim..
". suui'iB qucsuuii: nuw many u a employes or tne
'Panama Company and Local Rate employes hold identical Jobs?
My amateur research has shorn that the few individuals who
have similar qualifications and responsibilities do earn the same
salary, less the 25 differential to which non-U.8. citizens could
Ihardly imagine they are entitled tv.;. f ... . .. v
i tw vau. 4
; but it seems to me that quite
a an ottAmnfL in Ka fair laanti
- -v4iy w w, AtM4 vivj lyaiirfJhifCbAUei prVWeKUo Al4 JT Ali
amanian employes. .. i..
, For instance an American plrl accompanying her GI hus hus-band
band hus-band here cannot get a job in the Zone unless she has a civil
'.service rating. But a Panamanian girl with fewer qualifications
can get a lop without a civil service rating.'--;' ? "' i
J How can. this be equalized? f Should civil service examina examinations
tions examinations be done away with or should Panamanians he asked to sit
- There is nothing totally fair under the sun,, but I think th
Canal Zone Government tries to be fair. Many Zonlans, in including
cluding including myself, would like to see local raters get raise, but
.we would prefer that they and their labor-leaders negotiated
-nn th flrnnnfU that t.h mnrV rt
.than they are getting, rather
; Uncle Sam oes them a living
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than taking the attitude that
without regard for the value of
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. By VICTOR RIESEL
In the earry morning hours of
A-r. 5 the sigat was drained from
my eyes. Is three weeks I was
bund. The country cried shame.
it was a shame. Thousands of
men in all -anes oi life, wno eouid
have cried out and could have
raised an alarm, did little but sit
in the summer suu .though they
oaa great 1 iouowmgs in political,
labor and government circles.
Xnow a network of criminals has
been arrested by the FBI. The
latest count is six. There, is one
Wiio is uevond aiiest- n thr
the acid and, of Course, so doomed
himselt He is dead.. -
ihose who were momenlarilv
horrified and did little had better
begin to protect themselves and
their movements. I believe that
was picked as a svmbol to
frighten the press V and decent
labor folk of whom there are
many, indeed. I believe that it
wiu be revealed that the closely
knit underworld combine picked up
oy me i tii is anted to rackets
in the garment and many other
I believe that this, band of
purveyors of acid in the face will
oe shown to be linked to the Old
racxeteers oi the thirties.
There is no such thing as Just
a racketeer in one area all are
linked and Interwoven with others
in many fields far from the tight
little island of Manhattan. Witness
the. fact that the acid thrower, as
descrioed v the Ftil. was sned bv
waiting car to a hideout is Youngi-
This is the old techniaue. Ask
any crime fighter he will tell
you that the mob had scores of
ladies-in-waiting with little rooms
in shabby homes where a fugitive
coma cnange nut clothes and .go to
work. There were always little
plants in little cities as well as
in big towns, where the "hot man
coula find a job and so not spur
suspicions. ... t k
1 believe it will be shown that
tht combine wanted, among other
things, to frighten witnesses off
from the two t ederal Grand Juries
sitting ui New. York.
Ihe a c i d throwina did not
frighten the press ot. the : land
wnicii is crusaamg in many cities
now and ripping the lid oft labor
rackets but the men who dished
out the sulphuric acid so cruelly
did frighten, oil witnesses; and
for a while the Grand Juries have
Employers who were called In
did not talk. They brushed off
tne juries, borne did not come in.
They gave little or. no evidence
But p r e f e r r e d to shrug off the
probe and spend a rollicking sum
Furthermore the U.S. Attorney
Paul Williams has been faced by
unionists suffering from moral
fatigue. These who have come in I
with a few nabie exceptions
have taken the haven. of silence
the good old Fifth Amendment
- The federal D.A. went into
court and got one of the Union
men cued for contempt, nut tne
jail sentence was stayed by the
court. Now the convicted teuow
is. carrying his case to the Supreme
Court even if it takes all summer
of I960. So all the other possible
witnesses are sitting4 tight either
too frightened to talk: or just not
eager to "get involved."
Well, they are; involved.. Every.
The press has not been
frightened. Certamiy,, .the local
prosecuting authorities, and police
are not frightened.. Not the FBI.
The point .is howeer,i'; that the
whole affair has ripped the lid off
far more than would have beei
originally covered by the Gram
.H;. ',',$';.. "t .," ''''
The noint is that there are links
to Tabor in this pack just arrested
and there will be. embarrass embarrassment
ment embarrassment because labor could have
Cleansed .Us own house long ago.
The pubuc will cry-out against
those who have stood by hoping
that this -would turn out to be the
work of -a' nut or. somebody who
just goes about, practicing the un un-rf.rhsnrf
rf.rhsnrf un-rf.rhsnrf nitchins of acid: The pub-
He will askk why many a decent
labor chief didn't to more than
11V aorrv." The miblie will
ask why the f AFL-ao'l Ethical
rracuces v-omnmice uasn ,uvt-
ed faster and the public incensed,
will not want to know about tech technicalities.
nicalities. technicalities. It will want actioo".V ?
.Tha nuhUe win ask. in tills
election vear. why there has been
rno. uvesugauon oy vtmsm
although this .was urged by: sucn
friends of labor as benarora ives,
Douglas and Wayne Morse-. v
The public will say. that -the
American press and the FBI and
a handful of local authorities are
the only ones who can now be
counted on and the public will
damn those who do hot move. j
Sp "everybody" is "invoivear;
Many have, been more blind than
I these past months. r-
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0UQrETmEUM Cririh Taxaa UmM 0B (NJJ aach 30.
T Dalca-Saalt, Cetaeaeaie maeeie dai HtnMt, Near Saeeay Mokil, 19. '
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w 14; Compagaie Francarta del Patreiai, ; Standard Oil
(N J.). Standard Oil (Calif J, Tam C. Galf Oil Sacear
' MobtC each 7. Nine UA cempaiiei ia Iricta Ajancy,
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far cancauiao ea Tracial Caert end Oaten.
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WESTS STAKE IN MIDDLE EAST OIL Newtmap above shows who owns the principal oil
concessions in the Middle East and the degree of financial interest of the various western nations. :
' Since the war, approximately two billion dollars nave been invested to develop oil reserve ia
the Persian Gulf area by major oil companies of many nationalities. Recently, smaller com companies
panies companies have entered tne Middle East through Jointly owned affiliates. In 1855, governments in
the area received about 900 million dollars In royalties from these concessionaires. '.
t ; k ,
As the man who wrote a piece
eight years ago saying Harry Tru
man would win over Tom Dewey
and then, tore it .up because it
made no sense whatsoever I feel
peculiarly qualified to be a politi political
cal political expert. Out of the dank depths
of this expertness, I reckon that
any smart Democrats would find
this a healthy year 4o stay under
cover. Si,,- wi .... ... i i
This would be especially true of1
thei younger, prettier bucks who
wui nave a great chance tour
years hence to unhorse the Repub Repub-lcans,
lcans, Repub-lcans, -if they get back or stand
for office in their own party if by
some miscalculation the Demo
crats, beat Ike this trip. : ;
Tom Dewey is a splendid exam
pie of how a man can kill himself
off by running against a cinch.
He was shooting fish in a barrel
against Truman eight years ago,
but the strain of his earlier defeat
by Roosevelt was stilt on him. I
think nobody can beat Ike mis
year, illnesses and all and I think
the shrewdest man in the Demo
cratic party was Old Coonskin,
when he stepped out of the presi
Ketauver is plenty young
enough, and more than seasoned
enough, to be the logical boy next
trip,-as are Soapy Williams, Rob Robert
ert Robert Meyner .and the other young
white hopes. If I were any of the
lads with an eye on the future,
i d welcome Aoiars second effort,
CHICAGO (NEAV- Ex-Presk
dent Truman's two principal shad
ows at Chicago were friendly ene enemies.
mies. enemies. They were ex-Secy, of In-
terior Oscar Chapman and FDR's
old adviser and ghost. Judge Sam
Rosenmap of New York, They sat
side by side -right behind Truman
at convention hall. They watched
over who went in to see Truman
at his Blackstone suite; '. ;
The. reason was that Chapman
was looking out for Stevenson's
interests while Rosenman was con contact
tact contact man for Harriman.- Both tried
to-influence Truman, Rosenman
won the first round;-?:,'..""
Truman's surprise endorsment
of Gov. Harriman, had, one after aftereffect,
effect, aftereffect, that may have surprised
even Truman. It didn't send all
the favorite son candidates for the
".residential nomination flock
ing behind Truman leadership into
the Harriman camp; -;as the ex ex-President
President ex-President hoped it would. Instead,
U made all pie dark, horses feel
they had a better chance than
ever-to win. ; '-', 'v n .-, i
They fisured HST had merely
loaded the race for 1 a .Stevenson
Harriman neck-and-neck spill at
the rail before the finish. Any
dark herse in the field would then
- 11D-ARCT KUWAIT
Galf Kawait Ca, 90.
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w J ;iarestt 109. ;
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QmOSUL PETROLEUM CO. (foraiar riHsti 03 Daelaa.
wea Ca.V-SaWdioy ef I.P.C, for eU ef Ine M ef
"iTIgrla Rhrar, aorta af let JJ N.
ODHOTAR-Ciriat Sarriee Parrelaaaj Ca, 10a
give him a blessing, and call him
a welcome respite,' or -intermission,
in the structure of a political
When-ir if as you, like, he gets
beat this trip, he's gone, nastured.
The not-always benevolent influ influenceif
enceif influenceif such still remains of
Harry' Truman on the party will
have been entirely dissipated by
tuns.- i oe memories 01 ie i ru-man-regime
scandals' will have
quieted to a point where you won't
remember the thieves in office.
; And if-1 know touch 'of -people,
they possibly will be pretty sick
of Republicans by that time,' be
cause over v an eigm-year pan
enough accidents and irritations
can happen to make a fellow say:
"Change it." : ...
In the, last elections. I remem
ber that all but two per cent of
the most lackadaisical voting di
trict m New York turned out. Peo-J
pie who never saw a ballot before
were queued up at the voting
' I don't "see how you can whip
Ike this trio. If the Egyptian mess
turns intd a .war, or a threat of
war, certainly .you would rather
have a five-star general of Ike's
military experience at the nation's
helm than; a kind of amateur Boh
Hope. If the' ticklish Sues Canal
situation is resolved, then the Re Republicans,
publicans, Republicans, not the Democrats, get
crecut tor iu
have "a chance to move up hrt&Amii-Ati" Cemmlt
and be a winner. So. they all de-
ciaea ro stick it out. v
"I don't favor fights" of Any
kind,"- said Senate roaibritv and
moderation leader' Lyndon John Johnson,
son, Johnson, of Texas on arrival, in Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. J'I once got my nose broken
in a. fight," .he explained. Then
he plunged right into the fight to
get nimseu nominated for the
presidency.' -. .:f -.
, "Who said I'd like to be Presi President?",
dent?", President?", asked Missouri's favorite
sop, Sen. Stuart Symington, a lead leading
ing leading "dark horse." "I remember
a conversation I had with a great
general when he was, first being
considered for the presidency. He
wondered if he could handle the
job,, if he got it."
Just after saying that he thought
the Democratic platform statement
on civil rights should be "firm
and vigorous," Gov. Averell Har Har-rimau
rimau Har-rimau observed, "I learned early
from Winston Churchill that ad
jectives rum a statement.
; Hearing North Carolina's Guv".
Luther Hodges praise him, Adlai
Stevenson cracked, like the
Ron Franni Wall- t...
sylvania, Chairman of the House
UlJf tttM PrMMT Mowj H,
Iim MhMalizW ail hUH thai
1, 1951. Pimntr was ertrtWwra,
AMwt Mil. UmW aomuM
e coa4uchf aevrahan
a aimcwtiaa if NatMaet liwa-
CO, LTD. IriHta PatfakaM, SO;
In the last elections, I think the
women t America beat Stevenson
all by themselves. Women bein
baste little beasts, they are four.
square for matrimony and no
amount of Stevensonian wise-
cracking could heat a serious guy
named Ike with a dame named
Mamie, whilst Adlai's disenchant disenchanted
ed disenchanted wife was openly campaigning
against him. -s '
; 'ti-wf '-'v:;t
" Ike has brought a dignity to the
White House which I haven't see i
since Herbert Hoover's time. I sin
cerely believe that Americans ad
mire dignity on high not wise-
cracks, not smarty charm, not
give-em-neu and chean brawls.
Ike has been stern as well as re relaxed,
laxed, relaxed, but he haa not covered is
sues with jokes or vulgar bluster.
or with the oily, cbarmful evasion
which made Franklin Roosevelt so
dangerous to the people of the
It would be very difficult to
knock the record compiled by the
Eisenhower regime for the last
four years, unless you are an in inbred
bred inbred barnburner er a built-in seg segregationist.
regationist. segregationist. I reckon he'll stroll in,
anti-Southern vote or hot, because
not even the laughing boy, Steven Stevenson,
son, Stevenson, can giggle the Negro back
This prediction I don't intend
to tear uo. I learned my lesson
with Harry Truman. ;
tee. was on the prowl for the one
Keystone State delegate who had
voluntarily committed his one-half
vote to Walter for President. "I
can't find him," complained 'Wal
ter, u i couid, we d open a head headquarters."
quarters." headquarters." -; j:.
At every convention, you always
expect political celebrities of the
past to crawl out of the finely
panneled woodwork In the Black Black-stone's
stone's Black-stone's grill room. And the ghosts
really walked when, Harry ..Tru
man came to town. Nearly all
nis oia w n i t e House cronies
Ed Pauley, the California oil
man. (But not George Allen, the
other millionaire, who deserted to
tne Eisenhower camp). Truman's
former chief counsels, Clark Clif Clifford
ford Clifford and Charles Murphy. Jona
than oanieis, Truman s press sec
retary ana oiograpner.- Admin Administrative
istrative Administrative -assistants David Lloyd
and Philleo Nash. Donald Daw Daw-win,
win, Daw-win, his personal assistant For
mer Democratic National Chair-
men Bill Beyle and Frank Mc
Kinney. Everybody seemed to be
there except Harry Vaughan, his
ueep rreeze ana meaais.
i-.-'-l-' V ,'-:;' V.
; ay -pngty pgAngow J;
CHICAGO Backstage at the1
cotvitiiOi Sea. iruuun J0uu J0uu-aua,
aua, J0uu-aua, iu lex euu4'a uici'tu
as uakUitu sas louuisv a ou cou-
Miniieuy, iut uf a.u iticiraruion
out mttix luoui Ilju
una yditmi wires to MSMunguui
utuula iutf uavuU fcaS but -utS.
rauun nas suite itteu Uuicwu.
jtutvuy Ui Stucti Uvea iS K,uui4mu
woiiuiis tut' rfuiuuuu uue SUU UU
vuu Suma ut ule tuuucy fui jyu-
a Oiiihk utsauuuuui iu'e
come iioui utuer mm luteals
iuj AnouuViaMtf ajaiicia ui pn-
tuiu7 eievuOus Otauia W txty
U.V PSiuy Uullt.t UWU Uti':
tai4U wit Uie U.r S.. Siateid-
tUxuik re-wxCa kx OOUy Wwnw
ui ue i iuu' yeu wer
wiiui Aaini iMtnui4wt' km' put
auiwsS' uy aaty ivuman tml uu
uatua t iua ia i ui,.e ix. p-
niary. tseconu la uua mouui Wuen:
v4i a4ue ulty : it tuutul Utuuea
uiOUk haiiuuou badn i ruu i"
a amgie primary, borne ieaates
l'euiu ue Uwi Ulak a. We4uiy
man cau Cuuie w tue viwtveUuuii a.
tue iasi matdve anu wui uie yu yu-e'
e' yu-e' Oi vie lauud acac Aauioau
and wairy iruman oeuuid uon, ue ue-oe.ekate
oe.ekate ue-oe.ekate Cuun v ee u tuat way,
had an eye on geaing some of ue
Karrunau ,moucy to xuiauce suwe
imir. nappy Chandler of Ken
tucky spent as much moneyi
here as aoine oi the i.ont-ruuu.u.
candidates. It came from C o 1.,
John Gotlieb, the big trucker who
raised a lot of Happy's campaign
funds, together with some money
from the Phiadelphia Wideners
who so in for Kentucky hones.
Randolph Churchill, son of the
tamed grana oia man oi cngiana,
can't stay away from American
political conventions. For this one
he got his hair cut, some people
rinn't racnirnize him.
When Jiggs Donohue," the Ke-
fauver manager, asKea tor con
vpntinn tickets from the Demo
eratic National Committee, he re received
ceived received 12 ribbons marked: -"Not,
good for admission to the conven convention."
tion." convention." He asked what good they
were and "was 'told "for souven souvenirs."
irs." souvenirs." He sent them back. .Chip
Robert, former treasurer of the
Democratic National uommiuee
couian i get a u. n wuuj
bought a box for 11,000-. Dies
3Ji a l7wb!C0 rlw
couldn't get a U e k e t. Iinally
Dougnt a dox, ior iuu.
n will lake time for scars, to
Heal' fromi.thiJ convention. c ranK ranK-lin
lin ranK-lin Roosevelt, Jr.,a Stevenson del delegate
egate delegate from thr pro-Harriman New
York delegation, stopped to greet
snatnr Lehman, also from Ntw
York, also a Stevenson delegate.
Elder -Statesman penman naa a
seat in the back row.
"Vmi tun where they've got me"
he said. "They're punishing me
Inp m atnfl :i v
''Come and take my seat," said
young Roosevelt who had a seat
near the front.
"No,", replied Lehman, "I've
tot a box. I'll go and sit there."
Note Lehman and Unotevell
were being called "Displaced Per Persons"
sons" Persons" by Harriman members of
the New York Delegation. Roose
velt was opposed by Harriman
for governor, and the Roosevelt
iamily hasn t forgiven him since
T' SCARED KEY-NOTER
'4 was scared to death, the
whole time," said Gov.' Frank Cle
ment of Tennessee, the rootin-
tootin Democratic keynoter, after
1 "Only i hours
TiJTf' 1 Convair 343 y'
x .. 'r-w.r i
17 Day Excursion Fare
less travel time More enjoyment time ;
BE MONEY AHEAD
' t :"'v-. 1
u:;:as aeseas ccstaicenses .
fat fcrfliar tnfannatlm tr yva Travel Arrat r Can 1-7011
. Jm Iimmm Mma Slit ana 12n4 ttraat J.
be finished razzing the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans for one hour.
"How do you like my socks," he
changed the subject. .,
The young oraior had chosen
his wardrobe carefully. With an
eye to the intense light of teie-
vtsinn hn vnre a rfark hln cuit
light blue shirt, dark tie, was im impeccably
peccably impeccably dressed. Down around his
ankles where, the TV cameras
couldn't focus was a pair of black
socks with huge white donkeys on
"Isnt that-- something," he
. Tne friends agreed that it was
indeed something." v
NO CANAL TALK-
Most important of the scores of
backstage huddles. held during the
Democratic convention was that
between Sen. Lyndon Johnson
and Adlai Stevenson at which
Johnson laid down the terms
under which, he would switch
his. delegates to Stevenson. Re Regardless
gardless Regardless of what his critics may
think of Stevenson, he wouldn't
deal.' If he had it would have
cost him a lot of heartaches.
Stevenson called on Johnson in
his private hotel suite. They were
supposed to talk about the Suez
Canal. Actually Adlai asked: "Why
are you doing this?"
He referred of course to John Johnson's
son's Johnson's sudden decision switch from
an inactive favorite, sen to an
active candidate busy as a bird
dog rallying Southern votes. j
Johnson's reply was couched in
the pious high-sounding language
of party unity. He said he wanted
a e i v i 1 rights platform which
would be acceptable to my peo people,"
ple," people," He said he must have a
Democratic National Chairman
who could unify the party, and he
named James Rowe, his own law lawyer
yer lawyer and chief adviser. He said he
w a n t e d to name the vice presi president
dent president and be named Sen. Stuart
Symington of Missouri.
Stevenson was shrewd in .: his
He said he would take' any civil
rights plank the convention adopt-,
ed. He said he would have no
objection to James Rowe as Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic chairman. Rowe is an oldv
New Dealer from Montana and
has many friends from both the
North and South.. ; i
On the most crucial point, the
vice presidency,. Stevenson, flatly
refused to deal. He indicated that
he wasn't, accustomed ? to doing
lousiness with a -gun at ms neaa.
Gen. Rene Cogny, above,
has been appointed command
er-ln-chief of French forces.,
stationed in. Morocco. He- re
places General Bourgund, who
has been shifted to command,
of French forces In West Africa.
from Panama ;
a. I I I
THTRSDAT,. AtGUST 23,
TBI PANAMA AMTSICAX AN IXDEPEXDEST DATLT NIWSFAPEk
US i:v:l D:n!zl
, The VS. Naval Dental Corps
commemorated Its 44th anniver-
The Naval Dental Corp3 was
authorized by the Naval Appro Appropriations
priations Appropriations Act of 1912, which pro provided
vided provided tor the appointment of
fiot more than 30 acting assis assistant
tant assistant dental surgeons to serve
. professionally the personnel of
the Naval Service. As a result of
the Dental Corps provision in
the Appropriations Act, Presi President
dent President Taft appointed two promi prominent
nent prominent civilian dentists, Drs. Em Emory
ory Emory A. Bryant and William N.
, Cogan, to examine candidates
nd establish the new corps.
From the very beginning In
1912, many dedicated and com competent
petent competent career dental officers
. have worked to give the Navy
the best possible dental support.
- At the present time, dental
care Is provided In more than
450 dental facilities in ships and
stations scattered throughout
the world. These- facilities are
wanned by approximately 1800
Dental Officers, an Medical srv.
ice Officers, 38 Dental Service
Warrant Officers and 3040 Den Dental
tal Dental Technicians.
In Fcrefcn Market
' WASHINGTON, Aug.' 2S (UP) (UP)-American
American (UP)-American earned more money
invested abroad 31 billion dollars
tne commerce Department re
i ported yesterday. ; .:
Most of the 20 per (Sent increase
over 1954 was attributed to addi additional
tional additional direct investments, such as
branch offices, factories and oil
drilling facilities. Some 2.8 billion
. dollars came from this source.
The. remaining 260 million dol dollars
lars dollars came in dividends and inter interests
ests interests on foreign securities and in interest
terest interest on private loans. The fig figures
ures figures appeared in the department's
"Survey of Current Business", for
August. r W
The report said increased pro
duction by foreign enterprises of
American concerns and higher
prices were responsible for the
higher earnings, -z i:. ; :
. The petroleum industry account accounted
ed accounted for tis bulk of the increased
- yield on direct investments. Earn Earnings
ings Earnings from this source reached a
, new high of 1.2 billion dollars,, re-
fleeting a IS per cent advance in
crude oil output. More than half
the ,200 million dollar increase o o-'
' o-' ver 1954 was traceable to Veneiue Veneiue-lan
lan Veneiue-lan mnot Western Europari opera:
plants abroad set a new record, of
820 million dollars an increase of
100 million dollars over the pre-
ART LEAGUE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED John P. Stephen Stephenson,
son, Stephenson, of Margarita, is presented with the Canal Zone Art
League's annual scholarship check In the chambers of Hon.
Guthrie F. Crowe chairman of the scholarship committee.:
Mrs.- Annabell Myers, president, of the Art" League, Is shown
making the presentation, while Mrs. Vern Prier, Atlantic side
representative, who recommended John for the award, beams
at far right.
Stricken By Flood
INNSBRUCK, Austria. Aug. 23
(UP) Rescuers used helicopters
and small boa tsyesterd ay to car carry
ry carry food and medical aid to fHod-1
stricken small villages along the
Austro-Italian and Austro-German
borders. .. ..!,
-Heavy thunderstorms Tuesday
and early yesterday sent several
Alpine rivers raging out of their
banks in flash floods, which since
have been reported receding in
the affected areas.
At least four persons were killed
in the floods. Considerable dam
age was done to houses, bridges
and roads in the Tryol.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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Scotland Yard Investigates Deaths
Of 300 Rich Widows In Eastbourne
70 Persons Killed
In Pakistan Flood
LAHORE, Pakistan,. Aug. 23
ivr ai least 70 persons werei
killed and hundreds of others re-!
ported missing in floods that hit
West Pakistan village yesterday. I
Heavy rains sent river levels
soaring to send flnnH water nvrr
an cstmated 55,000 homes. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands nf villa ffpp fsmul tni-vi.
jtion as 170,000 acres of standing
crops were ruined and an addi additional
tional additional 485,000 acres of farmland
went nnrier wirpr
In Assam, the national highway
from Gauhati was three feet un under
der under water.: Fourteen persona
drawned when f errvhnat ran.nir.
ed in a tidal bore of the Ganges
One of the first lessons a be beginner
ginner beginner learns is how. to take a
finesse. One of the last points
learned byx the expert is how to
avoid taking a finesse.
The expert doesn't throw'fines throw'fines-ses
ses throw'fines-ses out of the window.' He Is will
ing to rely on a finesse when he
can find nothing better. The point
is illustrated by a band played
in an .international match last
January in London.
North made a series of strong
bids without showing .tremendous
enthusiasm for either major suit.
As a result,, South got the correct
impression he was requested to
bid no-trump if he could supply
part of a stopper in the enemy's
SUit. -I". v.---4.-
West Opened the five of dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, nd South won with the
queen. The average player would
promptly take a spade finesse,
on the theory that West needed the
king of spades for his opening
bid. The spade finesse would lose,
and the defenders would take a
spade and four diamonds. j
Since Charles Solomon of Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia was the declarer, no such
defeat took place. He was willing
to save a spade finesse as a last
resort, but he had other lines of
EASTBOURNE. Encland. Auf.
22 (UP) Scotland Yard sifted the
deaths of 300 wealthy widows yes
terday followine. reports that a
lonely hearts murder ring may be
operating in tnis resor. city.
Wnen sudden death struck a
number of wealthy women in the
past few months, there was a
spate of reports and rumors of
black deeds.- t
A series of anonymous letters
hinting of murder was sent to the
local pout of this channel town
68 miles south of London. When
these were checked out. startling
similarities were found in the
death reports of dcxens of rich wi
dows and spinsters. v.. .!
.Eastbourne nffiriali then nlleri
in Scotland Yard's famed murder
sqUad Detective Superintendent
Most el the dead women left
large sums of money and one of
Hannam's first tasks was to
screen copies of the wills of 300
women who have died in the area
since 1936 for evidence of fraud.
: Hannam also Is a noted fraud
investigator. It was understood
here that a sura of money in the
neighborhoods of $1,400 000 is in
volved in the fraud angle of the in
vestigation, v v.
One s theory was that many of
the women could have fallen un under
der under the spell of a man with hyp
notic powers who used his in'
fluence in such a way that close
friends or relative! never suspect
Detectives assisting Hannam
were expected to look for rela
tives of the dead women to ask
them under what circumstances
the wills were made. The local
cor inert files will be taken over
by Hannam. Hundreds of doctors,
nurses, s lawyers, hotel workers
and the staffs of nursing and con
valescent homes will be quizzed
Exhumations may be ordered
immediately in a number of re
cent burials. The deaths of at
least 20 of the 300 whose wilts
have been examined will be thor
Eastbourne ;s a favorite water
ing place for the rich and the old.
Members of some of the richest
families in Britain come to this
area to. spend their last nays. The
region is dotted with quiet hotels,
nursing homes and
institutions. The number of aged
widows and spinsters runs into the
hundreds, and the livelihood of
thousands depends upon their
trade and favors,
IT PAYS TO REMEMBER
DETROIT (UP) Earl R.
Sullivan tofd. police he.neglectd
t pay 48 overdue parking tickets
because "I guess they Just slipped
my mihd.,f His poor' memory i re
sulted m a $200 ne.;;,j v-;.-s! p
1 WHO,' MET
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich. (UP)
Turnkey Henry Vandenbelt was
asking a "55-year-old man routine
questions before booking him for
j a 1 1. "Married?'1 vj vandenbelt
asked. "No," the. man replied.
The charge was bigamy. .,?;, -it?
nlav to explore first a
Solomon oegan oy taxing' aum aum-my's
my's aum-my's top hearts. Fortunately for
hm, the queen of hearts fell, and
he was. able, to ash dummy's
jack of hearts. He next cashed
three rounds of clubs, ending in
his own hand.
As it happened, the clubs broke
3-3. Hence Charlie could lead a
spade to dummy's ace in order
to cash the last club as his ninth
trick, the clubs, had o broken
o.nfavorablyr or if the queen of
hearts had not dropped, Solomon
would have been in position to take
the spade finesse at the end.
Cu! Dm In Dosage
WASHINGTON,' Aug. 23 (UP (UP-The
The (UP-The U.St Food and Durg Admin Administration
istration Administration yesterday advised drug
manufacturers and physicians to
cut dowr the dosage of the so-called
tranquilizing and "happiness"
pills. -v - ..
An agency spokesman said the
drugs "are very valuable if used
conservatively." He ,-s a i d they
nave oeen used widely. and suc successfully
cessfully successfully in treatment of high
bipod pressure, hypertension and
But Dr. Ralph D. Smith, chief i
of the new drug branch of the a a-fracy's
fracy's a-fracy's Bureau of Medicine, said!
the current tranquilizing drugs, if
used to excess, have an adverse!
effect on the mental state of pa patients
tients patients and cause peptic ulcers and
ulcerative colitis. :,.. i
The agency's warning was con contained
tained contained ina letter to drug manu
facturers, signed by Smith, urging
them to change their literature on
labels, and reduce the dosage they
recommend to physicians.
The letter referred 'spcifically
to drugs msde from an alkaloid
called reserpine, a derivative of
rauwolfia serpentina. Sold only by
prescription, their use is aimed at
giving patients a feeling i of less
anxiety. ..; ,-
The agency spokesman said ex excessive
cessive excessive use of the drugs induces
tained in a letter to drui manu manu-said,
said, manu-said, that they led to suicidal at attempts
tempts attempts "some of them success successful.'
ful.' successful.' j. i
TEACHER GETS BREAK
NEW BRITAIN,' Cpnn. (UP)
Corporation Counsel George J.
Coyle hat ruled that it's all right
for teachers to "administer such
corooral mmishment as mav be
convalescent necessary. 1 -a
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WASHINGTON, Aug: 23 (UP) (UP)-Supreme
Supreme (UP)-Supreme Court Justice Sherman
Minton's office said yesterday Min-
- ton has expressed confidence in
: Adlai E. Stevenson but has not en endorsed
dorsed endorsed .his presidential candidacy.
Minton, a one-time Democratic
- Senator from Indiana, was asked
on his' return to New York Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday from a European vacation,
what results he expects in the No November
vember November elections. ;
"I hope it's Stevenson," he told
reporters. "I have, great confi confi-:
: confi-: dence In. Stevenson. -"I think he's
av very able man."i .
Minton declined to elaborate up up--
- up-- an his arrival in Washington.
An ade noted, however, that
members of the Supreme Court do
not customarily endorse c a n d i i-dates
dates i-dates for public office.
Minton also was quoted in New
York as saying he feared Presi President
dent President Eisenhower "is terribly han handicapped
dicapped handicapped physically." :-;7
The ade pomted out that Minton,
pow 65, suffered a heart attack
himself in 1943. He thus is in a pc
' cition to, understand the -restrictions
placed on heart patients, the
ade' said.--!' '' "v;i"
Many members of the high
court have gone straight to the
, bench from the political arena.
But political comment tradition tradition-'ally
'ally tradition-'ally cease when they don their
Official Of Blind
Aid Soc Deported
By Korean Govt
. SEOUL, Aug. 22 (UP) i- The
: Korean government yesterday or or-,
, or-, derd the head of the Korean
branch of the American Founda' Founda'-tion
tion Founda'-tion for Overseas Blind deported
on charges of misusing more than
)17,000 in aid funds sent from the
' foundetion's New York office.
Korean police made the charg charges
es charges against Herman H. Boose, a
To Her Husband
COPENHAGEN, Aug. 23 (UP)-
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by two grandsons, Haven
Roosevelt and John Roosevelt
Boettiger, visited the monument to
her late husband here yesterday.
Mrs. Roosevelt 'made a brief
speech, expressing her gratitude
to the committee which erected
the monument and to the city of
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Esccpe from Russia-Bound Vessel
, UJEND$t AUtES Aug. 23 (UP)
Polish?-; Argentjie teenager
who escaped from-a Russia-bound
ship in Genoa two weeks ago said
V, yesterday she realized she had
been -wrong to "choose commu-
msm" soon after the ship' left the
Kim World ..c-w.a,, .fJk. ',.
Anka Lewczuk, it, skid' 40 Com
munists led By,a commiisar she
knew only tt, Boronav took full
charge of the 1.000-odd. passen
gers' lives soon after the ship left
Santos, Brazil, its last port of call
In the Americas.
- The passengers were ordered to
spend their time front 7 a.m. un until
til until late tt night attending classes
"where they were taught Russian.
h Communist history and Marxist
f. They were forbidden to talk to
the Argentine crew of the ship
;,; chartered by the Soviet embassy
" here.' .
fttaSiteTrue Life Adventures
returned-here yesterday aboard
the liner Santa- Fif. Her father Pa Pavel,
vel, Pavel, who went out on the pilot boat
Ut meet the ship, wept as ha em embraced
braced embraced her. ...
4 Stanislav Sliwlnski, president of
tne anti-Communist Polish Union
of Argentina, announced yesterday
that a conference will!. held
here in November' In air effort to
prevent other Argentines of Sla
vic origin from repeating Miss!
Lewczuk s experience. r:,.
Finds Self Sailing
To Enbd On Ship
SOUTHAMPTON. England. Aue.
J 23 (UP) James La Guardia. 70.
I;; aAMWSi SSS'rJS'Sf
He absent-mindedly followed pas
sengers aboard the liner United
States In' New York last Friday
and forgot to get off.
TWb Caribbean EKMAN PALM,
ONE Or TUB yMOKLVS SKINNIEST
MEfTRV OBU6IMGLY 10 THE
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were told: "You belons to the So-I
viet. You are now in a nttie So So-"
" So-" vlet. You have promised blind obe obe-J!
J! obe-J! dience."
Whn MijS tewczu said in Ge Ge-r
r Ge-r noa that she wanted to leave the
" ship, other 'passengers denounced
i her as a "traitor" sezied her bag bag-in
in bag-in sage and tried to beat ber. Some
" passengers tried even to seize her
She was able to. reach the Ita Italian
lian Italian police, and they escorted her
off the, ahip.;i: v.-tf i
Miss Lewczuk was greeted with
- both cheers and tears when she
' GOODSPRING, Tenn. -(UP)-
When there's any marrying to be
t done, Mrs. Lena Thompson just
' naturally called for Justice of the
I Peace W. R. Rackly. Rackly mar mar-I
I mar-I tied Mrs. Thompson's mother and
v father, her brother and his bride
j and Mrs. Thompson and her bus bus-.
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LaGuardtahad been watching pas passengers
sengers passengers board the ship in New
York and unconsciously followed
3 ffr? "r Nobody stop- SIDE GLANCES
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steward tn hail him a: taxi. But
the ship-hsd sailed and he was
well beyond- the. harbor. By then
It was too late to get off, so offi officers
cers officers found LaGuardia a bed in
the sick bay and radioed his fam family.
. "Mr. LaGuardla's main concern
is to get home," a ship official
said- "He did not seem to realize
he was on board a ship." ?,
The BrAish took no chances on
another attack of absent-minded-1
nesls. They did not alTow him off j
the snip, lie wiu sau lor nome to
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DEBUTANTES IN CATUCO Pretty girls dressed as San B.'as Indians- add a touch of
pageantry to the party glvert Monday -night- by 'the Municipality of Panama for the dele delegates
gates delegates of the VI Inter-American Conference of Municipalities. .
MRS. "WILLIAM W. WYMEK
JUDITH ANN JOHNSON BECOMES BRIDE 1
OF WILLIAM W. WIMER IN WARSAW, IND.
Miss Judith Ann Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
G. Johnson, Rio, Wisconsin, and William H. Wymer, Balboa,
- aon of Mr. William W. Wymer, Warsaw, Indiana and the late
Mrs. William W. Wymer were united In marriage, Saturday,
: August .llth. .-"The-Rev. .Edward W. Wilsont performed th-j.
afternoon ceremony in the Bonnet Prairie Lutheran Church.
Given 'in marriage by her fath father,
er, father, -the' bride wore a light ivory
Ilk tissue taffeta gown. The skirt
of the gown had a chapel tram
and was "detailed .with chantilly
lace Inserts: ;' The bride's waist
length Veil was attached to a scal scalloped
loped scalloped cap of matching silk and
laqe with clusters of seed pearls.
She- C-trrhd a white pinnacle bou bouquet
quet bouquet of orchids and gladiola flor-
Tvfis's Rhoda 'Johnson,' Kvanston,
The church was beautifully let
with light pink and -wite gladiolas
and baskets of greens; Miss Dona
Scott:, accompanied by Mrs.
George Schultz, sang "Thanks be
to God" and "Crown with They
Immediately following the cere
mony a reception was given at the
home of the bride. Mrs. uan Hen
ton 'the l ride's aunt, poured the
Illinois, as her sister's- maid of'cotfee and the punch was served
honor, wore a white floor-length I bv Miss carol Lucille swanson
crystaueue dress;- styled with a
high erhpire waist and a flounce
at the back of tht skirt caught
with a large bow. Her headpiece
was a halo of white velveteen
trimmed, with seed pearls and a
circular veiL. She carried a cres crescent,
cent, crescent, bouquet, of light pink gladio gladiolas,
las, gladiolas, A matching gown and bead bead-piece
piece bead-piece were worn by the ,. brides bridesmaid,
maid, bridesmaid, Mrs. -Robert E. .Gilbert, Rio,
Wisconsin, sister of the 'b r i d e.
Mrs Gilbert carried a crescent
bouquet uf dark red gladiolas.
The best man "was Charles
Phelps, Peru, Indiana, cousin of the
bridegroom. Robert E.- Gilbert,
Rio;. Wisconsin, was the usher.
Ambassador Of Peru i V
Honors Mayor of Lima r
. The Ambassador of Peru Ger
man Aramouru Lecaros and Mrs.
Fina Borquex de Aramburu Lecaros
gave a buffet supper last night in
honor of the Mayor of Lima,, Hec
tor Garcia Kibeyro ana flu wue,
Maria Ayulo le Garcia j Kibeyro,
who are here to attend the VI Con Con-greso
greso Con-greso Jnteramericano -' de Munici Munici-palidades,
palidades, Munici-palidades, V ;.,,;.. ;
Mrs Gilbert Arias .'V ? .ft.1-Gives-
Tea For Mayor ' M',
Of San Juan, i ''"
Entertaining for Mrs.'Felisa Rin-
con ie Gautier, who is attending
the Municipalities Conference
here, Mrs. Gilberto Arias gave a
tea t yesterday afternoon at her
home In Campo Alegre.
Mrs. Rincon de Gautier is Ma
yor of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Tlia timMlnr natra tttkfrvrtttaA with
white carnations and stephanotis,
was served by Mrs. Donald Ehlen-
feldt. f .
.7 Mr. and Mrs. Wymer will honey
moon in Mexico and Guatemala
before taking up residence in Bal Balboa.
, Mrs. Wymer Is, a grauflate 'of
Wayland Academy, Beaver Co
lege, and Northwestern Universi University.
ty. University. She teaches in the Canal Zone
School System. Mr. Wymer is a
graduate of Louisiana Slate Umver
sity and is employed as the ento entomologist
mologist entomologist at the Fifteenth Naval
Approved by' mora
doctors, liked by
nor mother and
children than any
other brarHL. Each
; (leal Cows!
.: v : hen you use
Yuf AVQSET, you're -'
: using real cream
" from fine
' dairy herds.
s ; stay sweet
; for. months.
T 1 AVOSET.
- 1 whips fast,
'.' stays whipped
"s for hours, and
the Dreferred abud- luA Lm... !I
ard 'Of accurate i ..,, 1
dotace meaeure. f110?!
Orange flavored. L. .n.
The juices of i different, garden
, freih vegetables are blended into
this famous drink.' YouU love it
lively flavor, and thrive on its vita
nun-packed good good-ess.
ess. good-ess. At mealtime1
or between mtali
' V-g gives you the
want, and the nour nourishment
ishment nourishment you need.
IAWC Give. Luncheon '.
For Vice Hrestdenta
The Inter-American .Women's
Cluo eave a luncheon today at tne
Union Club in honor of tne honor
ary Vice-Presidents. Mrs. Carme
la Boyd, wile of the Minister of,
Foreign" Affairs; Mrs. Alys Har Harrington,
rington, Harrington, wile of the Ambassador of
tne united Mates, Mrs. Hum goi goiter,
ter, goiter, wife of the Governor of the Ca
nai Zone; Mrs. Eva Harrison, wife
of Ue Commanding General of the
Camoean Area, Mrs. Mary V. a.
Atkeson, wile of the Commander
of the 15th Naval District, Mrs.
Emily Uarrold, wife of the Com Commander
mander Commander of USARCARIB,;, Mrs,
Liida London, wife of 'the Com
mander of the US Air. Force Ca Caribbean.
ribbean. Caribbean. ' ' 7
Will,, Play Piano For rV-; ,,
Salvation Army Program
The British Ambassador Ian
Henderson will be guest speaker
at a program which the staff and
students of the Salvation 'Array
School for the Blind wul give Fri
day; Aug, 31 at 3 p.m. at the Ma
sonic Temnle 13D Street west no,
1, Panama City to celebrate their
8th anniversary. s s
Htehlkht of the program will be
x piano recital by Mrs. lan uen-
1 !, .".V.
Oaspadida Ta For,. i;
Miss Judv Lindsay '
Mrs. h. C. StocKholm gave a tea
at her home on Ridge Road. Bal
boa Heights, Sunday afternnon in
honor -of Miss Judy li i n a s a y,
daughtertof Mr.- and Mrs. wai
ter Lindsay. Juay is leaving ai
urday for Boulder, Colo, to enter
the University ,oi coioraao. -Firbman's
10th Anniversary t -.-..
Mr.'and Mrs. Sol Farbman -cel
ebrate their 20th anniversary tc-
(Continued. Page 1)
- RUN ON DRUG STORSS i
1AUNT0N, Mass.-UP-A na national
tional national magazine -article his
touched off a mass weight-losing
campaign oy me women of 'Taun 'Taunton,
ton, 'Taunton, Mass. The article, pointing
out that, dextrose can be used in
diets, wiped out the suddIv in
(UP) The government threateii-!1" dra? 8tores .Druggists
Israel Threatens .,!
JERUSALEM, Israel, Aug. 23 1
. 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
In the VKANTt LE" Room TODAY
" and EVERYDAY
. CLASS BEER
RUM 4 C.
. ; . . .05c.
We're tiot allowed, to advtrtiii "Rum And Coke"
Rum Collins ..... .' .v. 5c.
Pint Beer Li.it V 20cA
Martini .. ". ." .v. -- .2l0.c.
e Scotch Whisky
. . . -.
FREE Chili con Came
(Chichigua in Spanish meaniSMALV, CHANCE)
SPECIAL" S 1 .50 Dinners tilt T p jt).
TYPICAL NIGHT every WEDNESDAY.;
EL RANCHO GARDEN
ed to rationalize public transport
in me iace oi a nationwide bus
strike yesterday. 1
The strike was called br the
three large transport cooperatives,
-which the government charged
had a monopoly on Israel's. road
The Transport Ministry headed
by Moshe Car m el organized alter
nate transport services Tuesday
which is hoped would be able to
handle about half the normal bus
say it may be weeks before the
supply can catch up with the demand.
SrVa"' maitc CDicwrns
He Is a' college student and
should know better, yet when he
answered the telephone he yell yelled
ed yelled : "Mom" at the top of his
lungs. When you answer the
telephone and it .la for another
member of the family e and
tell the person he Is wanted In
stead of yelling. - -It
will make a much better
Impression on th caller. :
lTh tcrt' -in
and th sauca Is
YouU lavs the rick auct ;
the lively Haver of each plump,
-: rrrfeS'T tender bean. Serve It sooal j '-)
I ,si' fan i '. WAO
' Hew low pritssl
THI ONI AND ONLY
,e Reaches you Surgically Sterile I
Made to stay AcfjVey Antiuptio
tot up to 4 months in UK 1 ;
Inhibits or destroys ALL types
of gerrhs that fall on or hold to it!
' An investment in oral hygiene you can't
afford to be without Get new Dr. West's
for every member of your family.
It's ihe iNtvy
Dr. West's Miracle-Tuft 59?
i f ""J A, ".
Each Tender Piece...
'. -N . .. .7 rr, .
at the very
; Still -Dewy
- Fresh ;
:. .. i ill ll I I
. I "SP
' ; Tastes ?
- as jfv
i Grown i and Picked
. ; in your
: Own Back Yard ;
.i..::.. Ll and iliL,
; .Popped i
' Right into the Pot f
-". NO FUSS ; i
' oust Qompafe km zll''
DONALD W. DIGKERSON, ING
No, 574. Obaldia Ave.
tltBANIZACIOV LOS ANGELES '.'
TeL 3-1144 S-6984 ; ,...'.'.
PANAMA r ..
t rniiiv ..
" Sixth St. ft Bolivar Ave.
Tel. C3S y
dm Hmtlni far paJ waa d M"1
TEX PANAMA AN TSTZTIXZT??? EAST K2W:?ArO
TEXTS S3AT, AtCUST 23, ISri
" : YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
1 3 ; v-u
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
LIBRERlA PBEClADOt 4 LOURDES PHARMACY LEWIS SERVICE v" HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE FARMACIA EL BATURRO :
i attMi Ke. u ..' tnucunnaUk ,' '-.. Ave. ve Me. tea. a on a. Mk a rarc.ee ufm i stmt l.ILAT.rUIJ
AghciM liittmaL'WpilteicionM' j FARMACIA LOMBARDO- .... FARMAC1A ESTADOS UN1DCS k FOTQ DOMY FARMACIA "SAS" i;J
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' CASA ZALDQ 7 MORRISON 1 FARMACIA LUX FARMACIA VAN-DER-DUS NOVEDAOES ATHIS 12 WORDS
V- Wal Awva-'-..-j;.,: I ,V'.7 eta at My A A I R MtaMAnw RlkNlfcB Tie B-aoAa tn. .', . -yv.
.' '1 1'
' 12 WORDS
Phone Panama t-055t
Write Box L, Balboa, C.
Hours I to 12. 1:30 to JS
, Saturdays 9 .m. to noon.
'After hours Pan 3-7050
Automobile. Fire. etc.
CANAL BONB POLTCUNIC
OIL C I. f AIR16A, P DA ;
lHHiiii am sdi Piyn"'
TRANSFORTES BAXTER, S. A.
.rim ShisDer Moran
Ph.n.i 22451 V25"
PANAMA RIDING 1 SCHOOL
H lumaina Clattet duly
I to 5 Phona 2-2451
or by aBoiirt'ri"t- f
-Wl wUI rrtlrra tat
cant, eaUauitaa, Mih
1 (Dc SckoUa txawadr ;
: Phillip and Q.E. Irons
' Cash Credit v Club
Studio Now At
Balboa KofC Club
The Harnett ft, Dunn dance tu tu-'
' tu-' did moved to new premises this
' week, it was announced today.
1 Dance mitructor Harnett,;; the
distaff side of the dance team, said
her 'dio, which had been overat-i
fcigil Hotel El Panama for the
-last three years, was moved to the
Knights of Columbus Club in Bal
boa for tne convenience ui vuo
Zone residents. -,
' Requiem Mass
A requem mass will be beld
next Monday mornini; at St
. Vincent de Paul's Church for
,the repose of the soul of the
late. Frank Lawes, who died
last month following an accl-,
' The mass wll befin at :30
1954 Willys Station Wajon
in good condition. Price
$1,500 easy, terms. Call
Eisenmann, phone 24505.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
ARIAS, MATUSS1 AASSOOATBB v
.not IMduclarta ......
' Cemanto Panama ....... TS
- Carvacaria Hadonal .... SS
Chlrleana da Lacba ,.. li
Coca Cola .............. ,.
v Cuantar Comardalaa
Prat, with Cora. .....
. DartlUdora Nadonal
rinandcra bbaefia i t .,
Prat, with Com. ,..,'
' rinanaa, 8. A.
t Prat, with Com.
. H ot
rucrza J Ua Prat ... at 11
ruaraa f Uu-Gam. .v. SO
. Hotalaa Intaramtrtcaaaa. lt
Canarai da Scfuraa. ....
PanameRa da Acattaa ... S
Panamefia da flbraa ... JS 1
. Panamefia da Seguroa .. IS
PanamaBa da Tahaea .. It 11 Ml
Tcatro Bcllavlsta ' .150
Taatra Cantnd Sf
FOR SALE i 1955 CoW.pot f-
Iriaavafar. 7.9 m. If..' fiO-rvrt.
j ratter fopj iht Ivador. Call Le-
FOR SALEChinau Kving room
and dinin room tuiN. Call aft aft-ar
ar aft-ar 4 .m. 2-244. ; ; .".O;'
FOR SALE: Gold Saal floor ma ma-china:
china: ma-china: scrabt, waxaa, poliihat;
Haw condition, $39. Phona Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 4UI. Qtrt. 2317-A.
FOR SALEi Larfa mahogany
bad with ipring and martrau,
$85. s."'! v,:i:';v .j .,.'.,.);
FOR SALE: Rafrigarator, gal
. atova, bicycle, radio, dining room
at. 52nd Straat Na. 5. apart-
mant No. 1.
FOR SALE; Living room tat,
radio, tchat drawn with mirror,
folding bads, trunlti, kitchen ca ca-kinet.
kinet. ca-kinet. Raatonabhi effar. Panama
3-663S. Via Eipaiia 117, up
'train.. ' s t
Continued from' Fatje'I)
La Boca was raised: but the gov governor
ernor governor said i be was unable to
state '4tt present when thj! will
be completed.':'. iw. : v
- Much Interest was evoked n n-mong
mong n-mong the, Civio Council repre representatives
sentatives representatives 4 and the." audience
when the question of School bus
transportation was introduced
The governor Asked Lt. Got. H.
W. fichull Jr.. to lead' thl3 dis
cussion.-He 'said the -lieutenant
governor had- worked diligentlv
aunne; tne past month to lower
the cost of school bus transpor transportation.1'
tation.1' transportation.1' :" !':." I'W'v ':-ivv
. It was announced that plans
are In their final stages to lower
the charges of bus: transporta transportation,
tion, transportation, for school children v from
both, La Boca and Santa Crus
irom $4 to 12 a; month. ; ;
Many Individual community
problems on the agenda at pre
vious meetings were discussed at
the conference Wsdne.idav. lA-
hnonsc these were:
The problem of dralnase at a
group of'Sahta- Cm houses to
be continued under, study.
Further study on the hazards
of two ditches In Paraiso. ;
Provision of a ou$ shelter on
Randolvh Road for Rainbow
City which the presidents are
undertaking us a community
project: i .,,'.. . ;
Announcement that a cover
ed walkway will be nrovided at.
Santa Crus, between the school
ana gymnasium. ,(, ..
Atun KULLera msruiien nn a
Balboa 4Road bua shelter have
proved beneficiAHaid i gutters
wi oe uiaiauea on i sneiter
on tne opposite ; side ,of the
The Governor -i'nromised to
nav the matter of celllns; ven
Ulatlon for a group of frame
quarters In Paraiso investigated
aner a .complaint was voiced by
a resident attending the meet
ing. .-. v .,,
A request was made for an
extension of bus service In
both La Boca and Paraiso.
A request was made for speed
zones at the paraiso schools.
In closing the meeting. Gov
ernor Potter requested the vari various
ous various Civic Councils to present
written me I orsr l a concerning
the problems they desire to
bring to the conference at fu
ture meetings. ; :
Both Council representatives
and members of the audience
expressed pleasure after confer
ence on the success or tne plan
to hold the meetings in public
Fawcett said he thought It a
very good meeting, remarking:
"I think the Governor should
be congratulated for making
this innovation. It proved a very
good clearing ground. One of
the most democratic events we
have had en the Zone in some
11 'i ,' "i1 - 1 1 '.j ;
But Father Gets
PITTSUBRCH. Aug. 23 (UP)
Rushing his wife to a hospital.
Thomas Shanelv 29, drove through
a red traffic light and collided with
a truck which in turn hit an auto
mobile. ';' .. ; ";
A nasslnff motorist nicked no
the wife, Caroline, 21, to continue
tne rush trip, but he didnt, auite
make it Mrs, snamey gave ou'io
to a son in tne car.
. A policeman handed the new
father a S10 traffic ticket for "driv
ing too fast for conditions.
"Whose?" .Shanley mused.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buwk Rivta Rivta-ra,
ra, Rivta-ra, wiw tirat, 1 6,000 milat.
Phono 5-575. han 9 a.m. to
FOR SALE OR TRADED 1949
Packard Sadan,' oxcallant condi condition.
tion. condition. 1 524-H. GaviUii Rd III.
FOR SALE: 1951 Marcory 2
door, radio, O.D., oxcallant con condition.
dition. condition. Qtr 690, Curundu Htt.
FOR SALE 1 949 Cadillac; ax-,:
callent condition, $450.' Tarmt
available or trada for photogra photographic
phic photographic equipment. Army 14-2249
. evenings, '
FOR SALE; 1952 Vauxhall.
. Mutt tell immediately,.' leaving
country. Lowly priced. 52nd
Street No. 5. apartment No. I.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chryiler
H.T. Convertible, absolutely per per-.
. per-. feet mechanical condition, fully
equipped. Call Navy 3742.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE-Uuncb, g aWanixad
ateel, 26 ft. long, 39 ft. wide,.
532 cubic feet. $600. Dr. Ma
'. ? ;
Shriners Leave Tomorrow For PR
On Specially-Chartered Aircraft
The comolete list of oasseneers
who will make the triD to Puerto
Rico in-the special COPA-charter-ed
plane tomorrow was announced
by the Abou Saad Shrine Temple.
' The Shriners traveling on the
plane will attend a special cere
monial to De neid at Z p.m., in
San- Juan to initiate ; candidates
from Puerto Rico. v
This will be the third pilgrimage
to Puerto Rico by memers of Abou
Saad. The previous pilgrimages
were maqe w juno ana uwz..
The program for Saturday in
eludes a meeting at 9:30 a.m. and
the ceremonial at 2 p.m.. with a
Danquet at o p.m., Tne group wiu
stay at the Condado Beach Hotel
and the place of the meeting will
be announced there according to
Koert T. HusseU. Potentate.
The COP A plane wiU leave from
Tocumen Air Port at 7 p.m., Fri Friday
day Friday and will leave from San Juan
bunday m tune to return to Tocu
men at 10 pjn.
Two members. Charles D. .La.
vallee and Vance Howard are now
To Cyprus Rebels t
NICOSIA.- Cyprus. Aug- 23
lurj untain offered an am
nesty last night to all anti-
British extremists -In Cyprus
wno jam aown tneir arms and
The move followed the offer
of a' military truce to Britain
last Thursday by EOKA, the
Greek Cypriot underground or organization
ganization organization blamed for much of
the terrorism on this Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean Island In the past 18
The amnesty offer was Is
sued in the name of Cvnrus
Governor1 Sir John- Harding. It
gave extremisu a cnoice of bo-
lng to Greece or of remaining
here and facing the possibility
01 tnai. it will remain open for
three weeks from midnight to tonight,
night, tonight, ,v.y.-.-..
The announcement said de details
tails details will be disclosed later to today
day today on how the extremist
should surrender themselves
and their arms. ; L
It also promised that there
would be no prosecutions fir
offenses except those, Involving
actual violence against persons
If, accepted by the National
Organization of Cypriot Fight Fighters
ers Fighters EOKA, the action arm of
the "Eno3is" or union wlth-
Greece movement, the amnesty
couia Drmg peace to trus trou
The antl-Brltlsh terrorism
which started April 1. 1955, has
brought death to about 200 per
sons on both sides, the execu
tion of at least, five extremists,
and the exile to the Indian
Ocean's Seychelles Islands of
Archbishop Makarlos, religious
and civil leader of tne Greek
Britain had said nothing
would be done about the future
of the island "until terrorists
acts ceased. The EOKA truce
offer then came last week in
pamphlets which promised that
if it was ignored, 'operations
will be resumed on fiercer
and more Intensive scale."
Now the British have made
their counter-offer of surrend
er. of which they said:
"If there is a genuine response
to' this offer It will help to
crrate conditions In which real
progress can be made in the
introduction of responsible self
OX 20)1. ANCON CX
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE: One 25-gallea gat
water bearer "Hetttream." Call
FOR SALE- Matarbike Excel Excel-tier,
tier, Excel-tier, like new,. 2000 milat $150.
Small upright piano, nice condi condition
tion condition $250. Phone 13-3201.
. FOR SALE: Attention radio
. amateura. ; Radio receiver "Na "National"
tional" "National" with marching cabinet.
; Mutt tell today. Leaving far the
Statet tomorrow, $50. Phone 13-'
FOR RENT OR SALE-Country
place in Arraijaa. 2-ttery hauta,
modem kitchen with May and
refrigerator. Sot up re start chick
en butinatt. Rant $30 ntenthly.
Call Balboa 21317.
FOR SALETitlad farm, mart mart-gage
gage mart-gage free, 57 hectares. Puerto
Pints, Dariea. 5000 nikoar treat.
Price $1750. Or,, Morales, 2-.
i 2163. -.:v.',.K)Vw v'i,;:.
in Puerto Rico completing arrange
ments." ' 41 t---?-.
-The complete passenger list In
plnnni Pnhnrt T Riia.ait. Urili:
Badders; Walter F, Reifj. George
P. FuUman; C. William Uoma;
John R. Prim; Lewis JS Fontaine;
Burton E. Davis;' Earl C. ISngtl;
H. P. Burchett; Mr. and Mrs." Roy
T. High; Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn
Zent; Mr. and Mrs. Frank L: Cun Cunningham;
ningham; Cunningham; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
E. Priest: tMr.. and Mrs. Robert
D. Meeaskey: Mr. And Mrt. Al Albert
bert Albert F. Daniel; Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William A. Gribena; Mr. and lira
Charles P. Barton; Mr and Mrs.
Gayl O. Kellar: Mr. and Mra. Calv
in H. Johnston; Winfield F. Fearne;
Fletcher R. Gregory; Howard G.
Anderson; Joseph Irving;
nel L. Barfield; Richard T. Corn-
ley; William A. Hadarits; William
R. Dixon; Walter T. Schapow;
Fred J. Gerhardt: Augustus Kam:
Ricardo H. Fong; Joseph H Cop-
ian, Aurea 4. Benwn.. H v
Reception To Be
Ciyen For New.?;
Rev.' and Mrs. Reginald H.
WheaUey with their two chil children
dren children arrived Aug: 20 on the n.s.
Limon to take up the pastorate
of the Methodist Church (for (former
mer (former Cristobal Union Church)-in
Rev. Wheatley served for
three years as a missionary in
A reception will be riven to
them by the congregation to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening at 7:30 In the
social rooms of the church. A
general invitation is extended
to aikwho would like to bid
them welcome to the Isthmus
and the work of the Christian
Church here.'- .V,:-;;-.:,;a-'
Rev. WheatleV will nrea-V Ms
first sermon on Sunday morning
at 10:45. A Junior church and
Sunday school meets at 9:30
CULTURAL HEAD -Harold
W. Doddi, president of prince-
ton University, has been named
chairman of a new 15-member
committee on civilian national
honors. President Eisenhower
created the committee to "en-
courage artistic, and cultural
endeavor and appatiori."
The committee will meet begin beginning;
ning; beginning; fai mid-September,, and
will "recommend to CongrtM"
possible awards of merit to ci-
vilians who contribute -to; the
"advancement, of our civiliia- j,
iioo. and oC-toiaoouatgr.,
ATTIMTIOM al I I
meatra tfUhad aMWitfa. 1,
2 bedroeme, bet, cehi watoa.
Pheao Peaaaaa J-494!.
FOR RENT r Furnished 2-bed-rcam
apart mant, two bathraamt,
arc, 4ltb Street No- 27. Pheae
2-2504 or 1-6097. i
FOR RENT ALHAMBRA
APARTMENTS furnished tr at.
f urnihedv tile f loon, cedar clat clat-ett,
ett, clat-ett, venetlaa blinds, enclatad
gardens. Telephone 1316 Celen.
FOR RENT-Unfumithed mad madam
am madam apartment in exclusive ;'EI
Cnrajo" residential ditrrictv 2
badroamt, tiHing dining riom
miid's ream, 2 bttht, kitchen,
garage, porch, $100. "Carocat"
Building, G Street No. 2. See
', Do Cattra, Avenue 4 No. 24.
FOR HINT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with refrigerator, conveni conveniently
ently conveniently situated. Via B. Perrat Na.
112, near ReaaavaJt Theater.'
.FOR RENT: Famished modem
apartment, tcreenad, mHftary in
. tpected, one and two bedrooms.
5 mm etas from Zeae. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-3065. v, v'
FOR RENT Apartment, I bed-
ream, completely furnished with
furniture far ta(e., F Street, Can- -graje,
- Case Sea Joae, Apt. 4,
FOR RENT2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, ate., aerate from Hotel El
Panama. Inquire Via Eapant 106,
'Apt. 5., --. :,:
FOR RENTt One and twe-bad-.raam
modem apartmtnrr facing
.Hotel El Panama. Phono 3-5692.
4TH OF JULY AVE.
V ; fab?. ;
'o Air Conditioned
; Elevator Service
.0 Maid Service :
7o Fallmaa Kitchen
Rot and Cold Water
. Parking Nearby :
er visit premiati,
To ferky ifc:ul
Fre 01 Skz
LONDON. AM. 22 (UPV- The
Egyptian embassy disclosed last
night that the Cairo government
is willing to negotiate the future of
tne fcues -canal it Britain and
France eaB off their military;
Duuaup in tne Mideast.
The Eevntian announcement
came in the form -of an-embassy
spokesman's comment on press re reports.
ports. reports. The spokesman saia he -was
not prepared, to go into details. He
said he was authorized to state on only
ly only that Egypt is willing to talk if
the Angio-rrencD show, of force is
canceuea. -,tt : '.-
H m1 he could not comment
on the possibility of a formal pro proposal
posal proposal along this line being relayed
to the present 22 nation London
Suer conference through one of'
the pro-bgyptian nelegations.
The;, Egyptian, announcement
came as the parley, after one of
its 'most hectic days, was forced
to delay its final adjournment- for
24 hours because Indian delegate
V. K. Krishna Menon insisted on
obtauung .new instructions from
his government r .-:--;
The- parley recessed until today
without taking -action on Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State John Foster D-ul-les
proposal for ending the crisis,
a plan which French sources said
would send Dulles to Cairo;
Russia and India rejected a New
seaiand proposal to dispatch
small committee to Cairo to hand
Egyptian President Gamal Abdel
Nasser the Dulles blueprint, which
calls, for international control of
the eanaLv .,..';.;'.-;';
y ROUGI IST ROUS I ;
HAMDEN,. Conn. TJP) Jus-I
tica isnt coiur blind. A judge fined
Lionel J. Dallam $12. decumna
to accept bis explanation that he
drove through a red light because
"I'm French." The iudee said.
The light is still red to French.uila the head,
:a FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Furnished reams,
. maid's service, conveniently tit-'
aated. 11-31 I Sr. Telephone 2-
FOR RENT: Nicely fumlthed
ream.. Bachelor.' or childless can- -pie.
Cooking facilities. 43rd
Street No. 13.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Smooth tires, tuhv
able for recenstructita "Recen "Recen-ttractera
ttractera "Recen-ttractera Nacianal," Para Ave.
No. 7. Phobe 2-0406. -.
Sn.'William C Laird, of West
Virginia, and Sen. W. Kerr, Scott,
of North Carolina,- are among the
passengers sailing today from New
York on the Panama liner Ancori.
Both senators are accompanied by
their vives and Senator and Mrs.
Laird are accompanied by their
Many Zone famines are return returning
ing returning to the Isthmus after vacation vacationing
ing vacationing in the United States, and fam families
ilies families witL children of school age
are given preference on these re
turn voyages. Of the 184 passen
gers en route for Cristobal 83 are
Twenty-three passengers are
booked for Port-au-Pirince, Haiti.
The complete advance passen
ger 'list for Cristobal follows: miss
Mildred L. Bafundo; Mr. a n d
Mrs. E. L. Beard and daughter;
Miss Marie Bleakley ; Mr. and
Mrs. George Bonneu and four
children: Mr. and Mrs. James
Brooks and two children; Stewart
J. Brown; Mr. and Mrs. -J. 1.
Burs and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. David Busby; Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Caw! and three children;
Mrs. Ethel Conroy; Miss Elizabeth
Cunningham; -Mr. and Mrs. Rich Richard
ard Richard Daniel and daughter; Mr. and
Mrt. c. L. Dimmick and two chil
dren- Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Co
rey and Mr. and Mrs. t. a. joyie,
Jr.'and.two .cbildren. 1 r;
Mr:a'nd Mrs. H. O. Engelke and
three children; Mr. and Mrs. John
A, Ei Ik son and two cnuoren;
mnA Mr. John A. Everson and son;
Mrs. Kirsten Everson; Misa Gene Genevieve
vieve Genevieve Farley; Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus
wi.iit snrl four children: Mr. and
Mrs. Kart Glasi and three chil chil-j...
j... chil-j... Mr ami Mrs. W. R. Gra-
k.n, anrt twn children: Mr. and
u Rilii. nrav ana two cnuuicu,
m. 'm j. Hallev and two ehll-
dtenf Mr. and Mrs. George HaUo-
rae and aaugnter; r. u
n Horned and son: Miss Darnels
R. Harned and Mr. and Mrs. M
TT,-i-.'k 4 tmit children. ,v
Mr. and Mrs. U.. Joraiao w
- r t nr,,klanrl-
Senator and Mrs. WilUmC. Laird
and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. N J
tnm children: Mr. and
wwiw ... ,
Mrs. Anthony .Mm,?"-A
Mary -McKeon; Miss Mildred A.
McMahon; Mr. and i Mrs James A
Mable and two children; Mrs. Ve Ve-,.S!h..
,.S!h.. Ve-,.S!h.. Mr' and Mrs. Dave-J
u-.4i.Mi' Mitt lone A. Malted;
Mr and Mrs. S. Mason and two
Gasoar W. Omphroy: Mrs. Arlen
Peyton; vMUs, Ann U twu-.!
MTS; Maraa a.
children and air. am.
Ryter and son vi;;. '. ',;;:;
Mrs Ethel SchacMer:' Mr. and
. w hmirlt and two chil-
dren; Dr,ana mm. a"j
Mm w: Kerr Scott:
. u anH Mrs. Irving
SPtodfp children; Mr. d
Mr" Daniel J.; SulUvan nd son;
Mis. Puanne U tooq; mi.
Mrs! Frank A Tompkins and two
Mr anrl-Mri. vmxciicv
Vosburgh and jnree cnuuiw,
and Mrs; Baymona wui nu
-KiUr,- Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Wil-i
jllSll I mm m w af 1
... ann and Mr. and Mrs.
William Wynne and three childrenJ
PHILADELPHIA,' Aug..2J (UP)
tw,i atTB ChiDDendaif
shot and killed his rookie police
EtllUf eMB --.. .r
man: brother today when thetde
tective's wife asked his brother
"Are my baies yours?
Police said the shooting occur
..j whiU Diinnendale. JO. and
hia wife. Irene, 24, were- visiUng
the victim, Edward W. Chippen
j.i. in hii home.
Police said the duestion about
the twins born 11 months ago ap apparently
parently apparently led George to beheve
that his brother- was" having an
affair with his wife. Edward was
single. : A,,' .- k '7'v'
Detective Meyer Wasserman
ing he fathered the twins Georgfl
pulled out B pisuu ana sum iuu
Visit II Vafle Country Club. Cold
climate. New administration.
Swimming peel, hersebeck, rid
Bkldwia'a famished apartmantt
at Santa Clara Beach. Telo Telo-phono
phono Telo-phono Smith, Balboa SMI.
Spend yew week aada at Rio
Mar, the beat bathing beach m
the Republic, with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The
new management it amrieui to
tervo you. ''. s :
Gramlieht Santa Ciara Beach
Cettaget. Modern cenvenieacet,
, moderate rate. Phono Gambee
BEACHSIPE vacation Santa Cla Cla-r.
r. Cla-r. Shrapnel's comforttble houses.
Phona Thompson Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Ocoenside Cottagaa.
Santa Ctera, Be 4J5, Balboa.
Phone Panama 1-1877. Critro.
bat 11671. ,
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and larae
beach hauta. One mile past Ca
rnona aaiaaa iaoo.'
Braniff 6rai$ Analher Travel Scholarship
Cecillo Williams, from Colon,, is among a group of sixteen
Latin American scholars who have been selected to receive 1956
61 Braniff International Airways travel scholarships for further
education in the United States. The photo above shows. Mr.
.Williams being, presented his ticket bytCamllo Fabrega, while
Robert C. Booth, newly appointed to succeed C. M.VDollttle as
Braniff s Manager for Panama, looks on '
I- rtWUUams, a Sanitary Inspector for the- Public 'Health; De Department
partment Department in Panama., was selected by the Institute of Inter International
national International Education, a 36-year old organization devoted to the
exchange of students amoner 70 countries of the world. He has
also-received a, fellowship from the University of Notre Dame,
at Notre Dame, Indiana, where he will study Mathematics. He
will fly on Braniff from Panama City to Chicago,, within the
next. few -day-. .-''.';; ; .-'V'.'-"-"; .. ,-v.'.;.v:.s
v The travel scholarship program ;of Braniff;, which'. was begun
m 1950 to. encourage education among the, Amclrlcas, provides
for transportation to outstanding students in the Latin -American
countries which Braniff serves. Each winner receives a
uound-trip ticket on the airline's deluxe "El Conquistador'from
his country-to the -Braniff -secved r.ibr iri t.hn TT ft ti.gr., v,
university he will attend. The Latin American routes- of Braniff
. eonnect .with the airline'a (domestic system serving more'than
50 major TJ.' S.-;cltles.. :' -'" .'.:''-.,- : ; (Mercurio)
Seeing Each Other Over The Phoiie
May Soon ,Be Common Occurence
NEW YORK, Aug.- 23 (UP) -4
Scientists of the Bell Telephone
System have been "seeing each
other over the phone" since July
20 on the "plcture-pnone" inven invention
tion invention revealed last night by Bell
Telephone Laboratories. ..' -Winston:
E., Kock the scientist
who devised and developed the
picture-phone in the Bell Labs at
Berkeley Heights,- N. J., said he
was convinced tne picture-p none
would be improved, to a point
where it could be installed in eve
ry home and office as separate.
optional equipment at a reasoul
aoie cost. --
He said it would be Impossible
to predict : how soon the equip
ment would be made compact e-
nough and cheap enough for gener general
al general distribution. -.'
Bell System executives said picture-phones
probably would be in installed
stalled installed on a rental basis for a
monthly fee similar 'to telephones.
The new-invention requires only
one telephone wire in addition to
the regular voice wire. Thus, long
distance picture-phone calls pronely-would
cost about -twice the
present rate for long distance
voice calls. t t-The
The t-The picture on current model
picture-phones range up to two
by three inches and appears as a
miniature TV screen in a metal
JOX like apparatus which also con'
tains the camera which takes the
caller's picture for transmission to
tne person with whom ne is iaix
inc.' '.-' i .' v.. i ..."
Only the head and shoulders of
the persons connected by picture picture-phone
phone picture-phone can be seen but facial ex j
pressions are clear and there is
good black and white contrast
In addition to the size of the
"screen" the most apparent dif
ference between the picture on a
picture-phone and a TV set Is a
slight flicker brought on by the
fact that a new image is seen on only
ly only once every two seconds rather
than .30 each second as on a TV
- Kock said- the picture transmis
LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEM:
Ona Toy Fox Terrier answering
to the nam of 'Mighty," from
Golf Heights tinea Sunday' after "i I
noon. Reward offered. Phona 2
OORESE WAITES 'SCHOOL OF
DANCING reopening September 1
4th. Registration' August, 30th,
31st 10:00 to 5:00; Saptem-1
ber 1st 9:00 to 12:00. Colum Colum-but
but Colum-but Club (upstairs). Residence :
. WANTED:- Good cook. Mutt
hive references; vary good tal--ary.
Awerta Navarre St. No. 16,
WANTED. House maid. Mutt
sleep an job. Easy work for suit-';
abla young parson. Salary $25
monthly. Apply, House No.'. 1 !'
Calle Colombia. , ..
sion rate could be increased but
would present a number of en engineering
gineering engineering and scientific problems
which may be worked out in future
uu ui uie lai-iun wnitn ma(ea
movement on a TV screen smooth smoother
er smoother than on a nicture-Dhone screen
is the use of the coaxial cable
which '-can .carry only three TV
programs at one time. The same
cable couldn't carry phone con
nections with voice connections.
noes; said the picture-p nones
now in use on a test basis nermit
dialing a picture number, just a a
voice number now is dialed.
Switches -are provided on each
picture-phone; set to permit either
the caller or the person called to
keep from being seen, v If : the
switches are & turned off only the
voice of the persons connected
would be transmitted. -
The test equipment require- ne
bright lights as on-a TV. stage and
with natural daylight or light or
dinarily available.-, :
fc:niy Verfnd Lcfo
VIIJlJ-lsf I V fa Sl
CiSfrlcls In Ccccs -:
Twenty officials pf the isth isthmian
mian isthmian Grand Lodge No. 4,
IUOOMFS. headed bv District
e x n j i w s m m 1
Grand Master Neville Quarless.
will sail on the MV Annie B
from Pier 8, Colon,' tomorrow
afternoon on a trip to Bocas del
Toro. .. '.-
They will visit- Mechanle
lodges operating In the districts
of Bocas del Toro, Almirante
ana uuapiio. s
The party will be met in Bo
cas by Guillermo Thomas. Dis District
trict District Grand Master of the pror pror-ince
ince pror-ince and Wilfredo Lowe Past
Illustrated Grand and head of
the welcoming committee.
The group is sched'd to re
turn vuiun Aug. v
rrrr.rrur, august 23. is:i
TZ2 PANAMA 'aJILSICAN AN rXBEPENDENT DuULT KIWSf ATtIV
- Also: :
FOR MEN 0N1T
r v ol
25c. 1 15c.
TFACK OF THE
-" V. CAT
- TIGER SHARK
with JORGE MISTRAL
CARMEN SE VILLA
Two sisters 'ith different
character! Arlene Dahl;
; SLIGHTLY SCARLET
.' 4 and
. Frank Lovejoy Mickey
- Rooney in j
THE BOLD AND THE BRAVE
Italian and French
.,- Also: ,..
KING OF THE
BLACK CAT OF
BANDITS OF THE
. S vciat an Ot lierivhe
Last' Call For ',
'ihtt CI branch of the National
LeaRueof American fen Women is
asking Its members to submit com-!
pleted Cbrismas cards by the end
f this week. ?
Mrs. Fete Johnson, who is in
charge of this project retorts that
the Christmas cards' already at
hand have more variety and cove.
and- wider ranee than last, years.
However," some of. the: favorites
from last year have been .reprint
d and win be available at the
Christmas Card i Party which is
' slated for Sept. 12 at the Hotel Ti
Twether with t h e Christmas
Card preview "Panama Pattle," a
new book of children's veVse, writ written
ten written and illustra ted by Jean Bailey
wilL mate itt debut. v
Lwhe Aiearcesa v ;;
.Win Play For. U-y f.':'-j:r j
, Fashion Shew j
' Models for the Doctors' Wives'
fashion Show, whlcl will be held
'at the Amador Officers' Club, Aug.
29, will walk to the music of Lu-.-
ho Azcarraga. -v
Mrs: W. O. Dougherty is M
charge of selling tickets for : the
Doctors' Wives' Club fashion show.
Those planning to attend the show
v should contact her as soon as pos pos-"
" pos-" sihle before the tickets ara; sold
' ?'rif.tt Vili are- contlnulng'for
. the Docton'i Wives' Club fashionl
, rrL... .mhIhiI StttOnfl
(now. inw (iiuius j -;
should hurry up to huy them, sinqe
they, will bq soon sold out.
. proceeds -will be used for eharl eharl--
- eharl-- iy work at Gorges Hospital, which
includes the pediatric Playroom.
Anyone desiring .tickets for this
affair should contact Mrs. Dough
erty, Balboa 6410 and she will de deliver
liver deliver them to the party For those
coins together in a. eroup, table
reservations may be made by call calling'
ing' calling' Mrs. Cosgrove, .Balboa. 6317.-
Items On Scle
Another big sale of surplus
Bovernment items was1 an
nouncp-J this week by the Ptod-
etrv DiSDOsal Office; Corozai
Items included in the'Setit. 24
sale' are wnvas tent, a pneu
matic drifter d r 1 11; : several
makes of refrigerators; y used
nneumatic tire-s. electric light light-in
in light-in fixtures, many types of .web
Rear, fuel storage tanks, kitch kitchen
en kitchen utensils and office sunnlies.
nd -'miscellaneous household
and office, furniture, v ,v v
Bids on these lte,m 'will 'be
received at Building 706. Coro Coro-zei.vuntil.
zei.vuntil. Coro-zei.vuntil. 9:00, m,. .Srot.', 24.
' for further Information con con-tuct
tuct con-tuct the Prooerty Disposal Of Officer
ficer Officer M ;Corozal WSjiS
840 k'es., Fahama Gty
. ,.. Telephone- 2-3066'
. PRESEflTS ;:,
I 1 1 A 1 1 "I 'MS" V T Ji
, .11 "AT h-m r
'I 'I .rtAVJ'
v, V. UXa IT P
fed Sullivm Nelf
Befir? TcJe butt
ByJ Erjd Of ek
(UP V ,Ei,ullivaaJie. Jtox ki
puy- Awscolumnist and ; teiew
' slon firiceeV was .feelin g much
". better" after" a bronchitis attack,
Grace New Haven Hospital Said
yeterday.:.t t;. vU s.yV.Avv
SuHivan win be out of the hos hospital
pital hospital by, the -end of the week, the
hospital said. He was .admitted
.Monday nieht with a bronchial in
fection, nly a week after being
.discharged from a Derby, Conn,
.hosoital followinn treatment of in
. juries received in an autmohile
collisioh, on .Aug. . s '.
, HONORS FOUMDER-Anew
stamp issued by the Vatican
honors the- 4d0th anniversary
ot, the death of Si' Ignazio dl
Loyola, founder' of' tha Jesuit
'order, ot priests. The scene on
the stamp depicts St'. Ignazio
, "kneeling in front of Pope Paul Paul-u
u Paul-u III, as he presents the found founding
ing founding principles ot 'the Jesuit
order to the Pope. .' ','. -.
MOVIES 7Y UDIO fl-i
by Erskin Johnsoh J
I I SZ
HOLLYWOOD -r (NEA) No Notable
table Notable Quotables: Betty Hutton,
about. TV's spectaculars:
JEAN HAGEN. wha left, tv ..
Danny Thomas' .wife) for movia
-rneirirores lute her latest on: ith
whole theory js. -wrong and the; Betty Hutton and Dana Andrews
hows are too long. When theyi "S p r i n g Reunion": "Boy,
go into 90 minutes they are going! there's nothing as refreshing as
into motion picture technique. I stepping out of thvse cool mother
don't .mean variety shows I'm! roles into some hot romance."
talkmi about musicai comedies v ; : 1 r
5 written for TV." Clee Moore, on why she doesn't
- . i . think she should play dumb blonde
.. MARLON BRANDO: "There is v ro.es: ''A blonde has to be a lot
no person-alive who doesn't care! smarter than a brunette because
wnai peopie ininit oi mm. iuc sue oas 10 go uirougn uie proving
person that .'seemiily doesnt how dumb she isn't." ..
Today, Thnrsday, Aug3J
t3IU: hih- .VI VS...
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Fa?orlte-(re.
. quests taken by, prjoae
tUl 3:00),. ,...
s-an News . .
5:35--Wbat'a Your F 0 1 1
6:00 Alien Jackson Comman
v r tarv (WRUL)
8:15 BLUE RJBBON S.POR'
review (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Telephone Houi; WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report "From XJJ5,
8:00 Elizabethan Theater .
8:30 Take It From Here
J:00r-You Asked Fort it (re
. quesUr taken by phone
- till 7:30) I
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan
10:45 Temole Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under .The Stars
12:00 Sign Off.. , k
' Tomorrow, Friday, Aug, 24
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
v Xlub (requests vian
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The WUdwood
8:30 Musical Reveille . ,
9:00 News '.-
9:15 Sacred Heart v
A.OA nti Offta Tim ...wi. ..I
y.Olr X S Ofcti Au .!
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU RNAt
- (Cutex and Odorono),- t
10:05 Spins and Needles (re-
, c quests taken by
uhone till 8:30)
li.oo News . i
11:05-5 Pins Ahd Neefljes
( v (cont'd)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer y
12;00-1-Newa f .--
12:05 Luncheon MusiA L "-.
12:15-M B L,A C H RINO MtSl
,r CA (NescaTe) ;.
1 : 15 Music Of Manhattan
.1:30 Sona Of The Pioneen
1:45 Songs of France i ,',
2:00 Tex Beneke Show t
.2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Vlrs-iniana
3:00 Hank Snow And His
V t Rainbow Ranch B.oya.r
3:15 Sammy Kaye show t
3 :30 Music For Friday .
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What' Your Favorite (re
, : quest taken by phone
B: 30 News
5:35What's Your F a v e 1 1 1 e
, (cont'd) f- v
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen
tary (WRUL) -
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
. ; REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Top Tunes of the week'
. J (WRUL)
,7:00-Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA JReport From UA
8:00 Music By Roth. -'
8:30 Short Story Theater
9:00 You Asked For. it (re (requests
quests (requests i taken by -phone
' tm 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:oo-r6ign on. .,
. care is tne very oiie mai cares
most of Jan." (Like Marlon
' Diana Dersi the British Marilyn
Monroe, abeut fill ins an aute
.-driving test: ,- ... ;"'!
"I felled because I didn't Use
e rear-view mirrer. Fancy me,
a film ster. forgetting te leek In
Robert Mitchum. tonfronteJ by
a harassed assistant director and
three kids seeking autographs, as. sion,-pro and cofl:" "A friend of
.he was about to order breakfast' mine travels the. middle road. He
before leaving for the set ot t ire says that he never watches TV
Down Below": ft way Jie preserves the illusion
? "Waiter, bring me some orange that it's the wonderful medium
Juice, a cup of coffee and big' everyone tells him if is..
amUe. I've got a.ieeur-g tms is
, Shelley Winters: "I've dU
covered the value of setting goals
for yourself. Right new my big
goal is planning financially ; so
daughter will be financially inde
pendent when she's 18. Why..:So
it ne doetn t happen te agree
with her mother or anyone else
she can just say, "Sorry and do
wnai ner heart tells her to." ,:
DAN DURYEA, about teievi-
. going to be a day to forget.'
Claoderio Colbert, back frnm
New York" after" takinu' th niav
HNUitiU .6rtumiuf auimuin- uiunge in Janus : .....
she and Roberto Rosscllini have; "Hollywood's claim; that TV is
decided to irsu. indopendect hurting the fita industry certain certain-careers:
careers: certain-careers: -vvf ily can't be applied -to -the -New
"It seems best for us to pro- York atage, whict is booming. If
ceed like that at present, ll gives people want to see somethin.?,
vs the freedom we both need. Bit they'll leave their TV sets to see
whenever something is right tor it, whether it s a play'or a picture
both of us, naturally we will re-But it has to be good."
unite our efforts." .1
- .. i JIM BACKUS, after seeing the
coNSTANtts oannei i. it tiouywooa press salute at a flag
Isn r see late to leern n nm; towering ceremony jusi Detore
you turn your back o friends, movie premier: "After watching
yew soon find yourself facing a the press salute, I think ra sell
email audience." au my War Bonds."
. ANTHONY-. WUINN. about his,' Hollywood barber' MARRY
weird fare make-u? for the roie; CELBERT, when, told by a. Hot
of Quasimodo in The HunchDacK: ly woodsman that haircuta in
' of Paris"; Lendoa only coit 70 cents:
"I can't see, 1 can't talk and). "Tee, but look at the cost ef
1 can't move. But I'm supposed transportation to England:" ''
to give a performance I had to s ;
have something to act with, so Ad man1 DON BELDLNG'S
they left me an eye ".';1.... warning to TV announcers:-. "You
' .. shout so loud I can't hear you.'
Active children burit up eft. eft.-.eryy.
.eryy. eft.-.eryy. every minute. Light,
digestible ROYAL CCLATIK
helps replace that tort en energy.
ergy. energy. Delicious at meats or
between meals. '-'',
' in 7 jlorious flavor 1'r''.
... r: . ...l.. rL
i "J Itt Sweetie fie use my inner xuoei one.aaia anew
f ttgttindldn'tr.. ... ; .,
; SAovWfigr At Your rvce Center Theatres Tonight
BALBOA : --tT-! Katharine Hepburn Jamea Stewart
iit it I'll' - Cary Grant
M,;,H vjHt PHILADELPHtA STORY"
:m Ms "THE. LONG, LONG TRAILER"
o GA TUN JTony .Curtis, Pat Crowley, Ernest Borgnlne
1:08 4 "THE SQUARE JUNGLE"
' f Toworrpw tTHE.PESPERATe HOCRS
MARGARITA Robert Mitchum11 & Jean SlmmbnV
ll & Ifsft : "ANGEL FACE"
CRISTOBAL Edmund Purdom 8c Ann Blyth
i:W 7-55 "THE KING'5 THIEF" v
tV, ToWorrow J-GOOD U(OttNING) JttlSS-SOVP-'
PARAISO "Arisona Territory" ft "The Atomie Man"
SANTA CRtjZ Humphrey Bogart In "The Calne Mutiny"
CAMP BIEED "ANNA" $t "US VEGAS STORY"
i Ceo Gloriously
S GoHiGKilh In 7 days
When you tiart usinf Cuticura Soap and
nftravaninMii.t1arrbfiaillf1a aTIv eilileiea
ternally caused pimples and rashes clear up.'.
In just 7 days your skin begins to look soft,
fresh, -clear, radiant Get Cuticura Soap and
Ointment at druggists right awayand do try
new. Cuticura Talcum and new greaseless
Cuticura Medicated liquid..
" He i.'N.: 7-1 5, ultimo site,
-.. j m
New 1 Reyidn liquid .malieiip
" Dcaut) -treats Your Skin ;
' v'-- ; . you.wear ill
Liquid Makeup, contains Lauolitc
to soften and protect your skin t
. You're right inreftuing to er ordinary makeup that may tide line and
blmnhe, but mav alto mutretU your flue w dn ing your akin, cjogging
your pore . feelirlg heavy and looking roasky f Thal'a hy you'll fat .
; Touch-and Glo '. ha wonderfully different . blended ith LA.NOUTE,
. '' better for ytlur jti than lanolin itottfl Jood for all akia type! dry, oily, ;.
' normaL 'Beauty treat yoir akiAilh ? Touch-and-Glow' hquid makeup today!
, .. ; r HEVLO.T FACE POWDEB ,.;..;..'.,:'
Each eoHce for inclusion la this
; column should be lubmitted m
j rypo-writtta form and mailed to one
of the boa umberi hated daily la
' "Social and Otharwiio," or deliver-:
I ed by hand to the office. Notice of
meetine cmaot be accepted by
St Anthony Society
The St. Anthony B. F. Society
I No. 1 of Panama will hold a
recular meetine; tomorrow. An
enniversary celebration has
been Dostoont'd for Sunday
Sept. 2. All members are urged
to meet at the hau at 8 o'clock
I a.m. to go to the church.
With B. A. Campoeu. niswici
grand master presiding, the
first annual session of District
No. 1, British United Order of
Mosaic Templars, will convene
on tomorrow nieht at the Flow,
er of the Isthmus hall. Colon.
The meetiner. which Is open
to delegates and past officers,
will begin precisely at a p.m.
MANAGUA; Nicaragua, Aug. 23
(UP) Refugees from Honduras
charged today that "atrocities"
committed by the Honduran gov
ernment have plunged tnat coun
try into "bloody chaos."
Saturnino Borjas, Miguel A. Ga
le and Alfredo Keina, wno arnv
ed from Tegucigalpa over the
weekend, said troops and police
mopping up- after this month s
bortive revolt cold-bloodedly shot
down an unspecified number of
rebels when they advanced under
white flags to surrender.
The three refugees said one worn
an was shot dead in the streets
when she. pleaded with police to
release a youth they were drag dragging
ging dragging off to jail. 4
i Wounded rebels were seized in
hospitals and churches where they
had sought sanctuary and hustled
off to prison, where some of tnem
are reported pear death, the re
'They blamed the atrocities on
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TT3 PANAMA AMERICAN AN TST3 EPEXE EXT DAILY NEWSFAFES
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1531
aial Z one Teeners In
In The Majors
(Based on n5 official at bats)
, Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Isthmian Team Comes
From Behind IV Nip
Threatening 2 Marks
: : HERSHEY; Pa., Aug. 23 (U)- The Panama
Canal Zone entry in the Veterans of Foreign Wars
National Teener Tournament yesterday staged a
three-run rally in the final inning to eliminate the
"Jiost team, Mif f lintown, Pa., 5-i.
It was a hltless and runless
came until the sixth Inning and
trailing 4-0, the. boys from the
.tropics, who flew north for the
tournament last week, staged a
ilam-banor finish to enter the
tournament semifinals against
Estonia, N.&, Thursday.
.They tallied twice In the sixth
.inning on hits by Charles Chase,
Corbin McGrlff and Bill Gibson
and a wild outfield throw on
Gibson's one-baser to right.
Chase's blngle was the first off
Miffllntown pitcher, Dale Smith,
who had been in complete con con-'.trolup
'.trolup con-'.trolup to, that time.
' Smith grew wild in the seventh
- arid final frame, walking the
first two Canal Zone batters,
John Engelke and Pete Corrl Corrl-'gan.
'gan. Corrl-'gan. Charlie French's dust-klck-er
to left grazed Engelke and the
runner was out But Smith un unloosed
loosed unloosed a wild heave with Chase
at bat and two out and corrlgan
scored. Chase walked and George
Barbier hit a bouncer to second
and the ball -was mishandled
.with two runs scaring to give the
zone kias ine jeaa.
' Miffllntown thteatened In-the
last naif of the frame when sin singles
gles singles put men on first and. sec second
ond second with one out. But Panama
pttcner Barmer ugntened up
and got the next man on a foul
tlx nd fanned his pitching op opponent,
ponent, opponent, .. Smith, to end the
game. , ,
i "This lsiusttwhat wa needed,"
said Canal Zone coach Fete Cor Corrlgan.
rlgan. Corrlgan. "It should give the boys
Stengel Concedes ;.
Msnlls In JeascnV
Vcrsi Ming tap
' NEW YORK, Aug. X3-(tJP)-l'
Manager Casey Stengel eon--ceded
today that slug g r
Mickey Mantle of the, New
York Yankees fc In" his worst
batting slump of the year,
' tide's off balance and not
swinging right, It's, a real
slump, all right, commented
Sjtengel after Mantle again
went hltless in the Yankees'
' 3-2 win over the Indians yes yesterday;
terday; yesterday; 4 Mickey hat collected
nly three hits 'n his last 21
.trips to the plate and hasnt
- t hit a homer to eight games, r
Mantle's position ag regards
Babe Roth's home run record
Is steadily growing worse. He
now needs 19 homers in 34
' games to set v new standard
, although the figures say he's
t)U frre games "ahead" of
-v nth pace, -, ''''
He Yank play two games
.h the White Sox today with
2 on Keegan and D'xle Howell,
Mthv right-handers, slated to
yiteh against them. Mantle hit-
Sis 15th homer of the season
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the confidence they have lacked
The box score:
Ab R H Po
2 i 10 3
French, ss r .... 3
Pederson, lb' .... 3
Case, c .......... 3
Gibson, it .......
25 9 4 21 6
Graybill, cf,,.,., 4 0 2 0 0
Benner, 3b ...... 3 2 1 2 4
Chubb, 2b ....... 2 1 0 4 1
D.Smith, p,.,.,. 4 11 12
Foitz, it 3 0 1 0 0
Harling,'lb J'-O 0 6 0
Wlney, c i... 3 0 0 8 1
Taylor,- as ... ;. 3-, 0 0 0 1
Dowling, rf ...... 2 0 0 0 0
27 4 S 21 S
SUMMARY ErrDrsf Corrl Corrlgan,
gan, Corrlgan, French,' Barbier, McGrlff,
Chubb 2, Taylor, Dowling. Two
base hits D. Smith. Left on bas basesCanal
esCanal basesCanal Zone 7, Middllntown
0. Base on balls off D. Smltli 7.
Barbier 4. Struck out by D;
Smith 8, Barbier 5.
Time Apjilft -To
Be Oh Side
Of Toalo In IL
NEW YOR. Anir 55 .fm
With approximately two weeks
remaining os the International
that tlm i the main factor
on tne side of the Toronto
Maple-Leafs in their quest, for
a ma pennant.
Yesterdav the Leafs had their
lead cut to 3 12 frames when
they suffered a double set-back
at the hands of the Miami- Mar Marlins.
lins. Marlins. Rochester and Montreal
mo oilier .conxenaers won.
After preserving 3-0 Martin
victory. In the one-inning com
pletion: or a July l susoended
game. Seth Morehead came bank
to win the regularly scheduled
over Toronto 3-1.
While, third Dlace Miami was
utlllzinor effective pitching to
beat Toronto: Montreal .and
Rochester blasted their way to
victory. Rochester, capitalizing
on a good. .relief job bv Cotton
Deal, smashed three Columbus
pitchers for 14 assorted blow?
and an 11 -A victory.
Montreal's H-7 Mb over Hav Hav-n
n Hav-n wi hlehltehted by B o b
Hale's three rim hoirr. Bualo
heat P'r.hmond B-4. Pve Warv
went .the route for e victors
"d Was aMed by Bill srmv's
phree run homer, his third In
as many days.
t Sept 1
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Mjuw.ii,, ..Sept 17
L PANAMA 2-2904
ab r h net
Player, Clnb g
Aaron, Mil. 116
Moon, St. L. 116
452 83 150 J32
413 73 137 .332
435 60 136 .313
339 40 106 .313
458 63 142 .310
Virdon, Pitt. 121
Sc'dlenst, N.Y. 93
Muslal, St L. 120
Mantle, N.Y. 118 424 104 152 .358
Williams BOS. 101 285 49 99 .347
Maxwell, Det. 107 374 75 125 .334
Kuenn, Det. Ill 440 69 144 .327
Vernon, Bos. 95 322 54 105 .326
Mantle, Yanks 42 V
Snider, Dodgers 33
Kluszewskl, Redlegs .... 32
Robinson, Redlegs f 31
Adcock, Braves .31
RUNS BATTED IN 1
Mantle, Yanks ...108
Kaline, Tigers 87
Muslal, Cards 90
' Simpson, Athletics 89
, Kluszewskl, Redlegs . . 87
"Mantle, Yanks .... '. .... 104
Robinson, Redlegs 98
Fox,' White Sox 88 1
Snider, Dodgers 86
Aaron, Braves ......,.. 3
Yost, Senators ......... 83
t -.,,.;.- :.
Kaline, Tigers 152.
Mantle, Yanks ........ 152
Fox, White Sox i ....... 151
Aaron, Braves 150
Kuenn, Detroit 144
, (RlxrA on 19. I)Mllnn ;
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Pierce. White Sn !..! B ,.7R3
rora, Yanks ,........14 4 .778
Newcomhe. nnHcer .10 a
Ruhl. Rraves II It .7R(V
i f reeman,, Reaiega ...11 4" .733
Los Conaulstadores continue
to set the pace In the Intra
mural case leaeue for bovs at
tending the Paraiso High School.
In their second outing Tues
day, the Conquerors dropped
the Caribbeans 46 to 37.
The. Caribenos got off on a
good .start. Dlavlnn formidably
in the Initial frame while dis displaying
playing displaying a couple of formations
that puzzled their oooonents
The tactics employed held eood
and the squad went on to take
a 12 to 8 lead in the period.
But things changed in the
second quarter as the Conquis Conquis-tadores
tadores Conquis-tadores rallied back to add 10
points to their score against 6
by their rivals. At the end of
this stanza the score board read
The picture took a complete
change in the third quarter
when Ernest. Blades, captain
of the Conquistadores five,
injected vigor In his mates,
who, put on the steam for a
14-point contribution against
3 points scored by the Carib
In the last period the Carlbe Carlbe-fios
fios Carlbe-fios r"me back to life, plnying
on e n terms, but were only
able to take a two-point advant
age. scoring 16 points to the
Capt. Blades did the most
damage that paid off when he
tolled against all defensive
measures to score 16 points for
the winners, .while Alfonso Pet-
erkln; who played a busy game
for' the losers, sank 12 points.
' Hectic- rivalry was displayed
in the bovs'-, soccer circuit be
ing conducted on the Paraiso
Playground. .when" Los Reyes
and Los Tleres struggled to a
2-2 deadlock on the local sward
Monriav oftwnoon. vThe tussle
wps blehHtfhted 'hv ft serins of
splendid teamwork that earned
ovations from orlookers. The
game's stars for the, afternoon
were Victor Colona of the Tl
gres Bwreratloh" and Bob Pate
and B1U Pvne of 'ne Reves
oupd. the first mentioned snk
his team's two goals while the
latter two shot one apiece, for
the Tigers.' 1
... j i. Team Standings j.
. G W D L Pet
Brazil .v.... ..,.2 1 1.0 3
Barcelona ......5 1 0 1 2
Los Reyes ......2 0'2 0 2
los xigres 2 u l i
Don't Sat Itching' Bcumm Pimplei,
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and ambarrasa rou another day without
tryinr Nlxodarm. This areat medicine
eombata tne (erma and paraauca wnicn
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That Is why Nixedarm so quickly makea
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SURE BIRDIES M the golfer keeps his eye on tne nan
while swinging, nis head will not tilt and parakeets remain in i
place. If he moves his head, the feathered pajr take to the air. v
Nate Freeman, golf professional of the Nevele Country Club,
Kevele rails. N. Y. trained the birds. 1
Canal Zone Junior; Olympic'
Championship Swim Meet
Tomorrow At Gambba Pool
The Canal Zone Junior Olympic
championship swimming meet
will be held at the Gamboa-Pool at
t a.m. Friday.
! The representatives from the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic and Pacific Sides will be on
hand to gam not only local but na national
tional national honors in thu. meet.
Preliminary meets at Gatun and
Balboa were conducted to select
swimmers for the iinafc
Results of. the Gatun meet:
10 y tart and under group
25 t.o. soys JsnirK,' j. Vauch Vauch-er,
er, Vauch-er, G.- Vaucner, liobannon
1 a f.i. bins uaiey, Graves,
Benton, bmrk. f -i tr'-T
ureast uoy Ebdon, Brown,,
wiison, nonaunon -
toiutiast tiuu rDaly, Thomas,
Graves,, Wilson r.
; iw.' aack jaoys Shirk,. G.-Vauch-er,
J. Vaucner ,
Hi Bnat uirlg Bei)ton, Shirk,
Redmond, Tnomas 7
' as JButieniy Boys Brown,
Wnson, liouoa h
' fe jjuiteruy Girls Daly. r Ben Benton.
ton. Benton. Wilson.
Jfr 'J: -S -. .- r: ..
' ' 11 end 12: year group -.'
50 F.!.iioys ; (slaughter,
Shedegg, Ba to, Atkins v v
w t.a Uiris Hildebrand,
George, Hauet, ilewltt
lw jf.i. Boys -x.' Slaughter,
luu ,o. ouris Graves, George,
w oreast BoyjGu'gan, Claugh
ter," Atkins v
i AiMbt Girls Mallet :42.8
new i;.. recoraj, Hewitt
s ou Buxieniy auy uue&n
5u Buttmiy Giii Grave s.
xicwiiib. ... f . .r' ..
aVjCS.; Girls. Diets,. Nash, Hi
,. 13. and. 14 year orouo
50 I .is.- ioys f Mayo, xibdon,
au i! .j. Uiris Dietz, Nasb, Hi-
luO Boys iMayo,' Hosking,
ioo j- .o. Boyi -j1 Parrott
low sieast jioys o. Slaugh
ter, Biuison, uoskung, MeBnde
100 Breast TJrus LieU .-
100 tiacic tfoys baon
100 Back Girls Hirons
' 'luu Buverfiy -r- Parrott
.'v 15 and H ytar group
50 Fj. Boys j.sslauginer
- 50 F.S. Girls RaUei, McMulty
liw r.s. Boys j. Maugnier
100 FJS. Girls Radcl, McNul
v 200 F.S Girls Radel ;
. 1 RtUyj
100 F.S.' 1. bhirK, Ebdon, Ho Holiday,
liday, Holiday, Bohannon. 2. Wilson G
Vaucher. R. Vauchcr. Bron :
200 Med. 1. Graves, Hilde Hildebrand,
brand, Hildebrand, -George, Hallett (2:42 new
' 200 Med. 1. Parrott, Blllison,
siaugnner, noaoo ; .x-
3 mt Girls, Pryor
1 mt. Boys Slaughter
1 mf. Girls George
1 "mt. Boys Wilson, D.
l.mL. Urls J. Wilson.
Results of the Balboa meet
i,i5.- (.,:,.( ,, ....
10 'Years and under group
25 F.S, Boys' Mann,. Ebdon,
uuncan, Jones :
25 F.S. Girls Mahoney, Stat
ion, cnaawick, napinos
25 Breast Boys . E b d o n,
Uoimes -. -
25 Breast Qirls Mahoney, Ma
loney, Holgerson, Fawcett
25 Butterfly -Boys M a n n,
Holmes a v -.25
Butterfly Girls Morency,
f awcett, zemer :
25 Back Roys Mann, Puncan,
25 Back Girls Mahoney, Sut
ton, Holgerson a
100 Med. Relay Girls Holger
son, ItapinoStf Zemer, Cooke ..r -:.
loo F.S. Relay Girls Duncan.
Sutton, Chad wick, Morency:, ;
Diving Mann ?
'i 11 and 1 12 year group ?
50 FJS. Girts Morency,- Gill,
Walker, Kambo .. -
50 F.S. Boys Reynolds,, Wheel
er, Feeney, Umberger
loi f.. i;ir c;i u
100 F.S. Boys Umberger,. Fe
50 Breast Girls Herring, .GUI,
50 Breast Boys Ebdon, Lin-
tors, Reynolds, Umberger
50 Butterfly Boys Ebdon, Lin-
50 Back Girls Figueroa, Dunn,
50 Back Boys Reynolds, Eb
don. Wheeler V.
1 po Relay Girts I. Morency,
Dsnn. Fieueroa. Herring
Ji200 Med.-Relay Girls 1. Mo
rency, Dunn, Figueroa, Herring
Diving Boys Linfors :
Diving Girls Walker i
13 and 14 ytar group r
50 F.S. Boys Scot, Reynolds
100 F.S..Boys Reynolds Scott
200 F.S. Girls Tucker
200 F.S. Roys Umberger
100 Back Boys Days
. 200 Breast Umberger .-. e
15 and H year group -100
Butterfly Boys Linfors
- 50 F.S. Boys Trower
100 F.S. Boys Reynolds
100 Back Boys Scott, R ey
nolus, Brown ;
100 Breast tiiru TucKer
. 100 Breast Boys Browne, Um Umberger
200 Ind. Med. Linfors
200 Med. Relay Linfors,' Trow Trower.
er. Trower. Day, Rowley
i i rT .' i
NEW YORK. Auir. 23fDPlA
homer-a-day technique has the
uincinnati Keaiegs inreatening
two records today and making
it plain they'll be in the Nation National
al National League pennant race to the
The exDerts exoected thp Red-
legs to be floundering out of the
race by now but Birdie Tebbetts
Maulers simply refuse 'to fold.
They beat the Pittsburgh pi pirates
rates pirates for the ninth straight
time yesterdav. 6-3. to remain
only a game behind the second second-place
place second-place Brooklyn Dodeers and rut
the first-place Milwaukee
Braves lead to tnree games.
Gus Bell walloped his 24th
homer to extend the team's
string to 19 straight gaines In
which it has hit at least one
homer. The-club Is within five
games of the National- League
mars, oi zt siraigni games set
by the 1953 Dodeera and nlthln
six games of the Major League
mark of 25 set by the 1927 Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. In addition, Bell's homer
was the club's isnth nf th vp,f
leaving it 41 shy of tne Major
League mark of 221 for a season
new oy ine i47 New York Gl-
ants ":-:V 'I.-- ,:, -( ;,.
The Redlers also took ad advantage
vantage advantage of errors by Bill Ma Ma-leroski
leroski Ma-leroski and Dale Long to score
four unearned ; runs as Joe
Nuxhall gained credit for Ms
ninth win. Bob Friend was the
victim of the Pirates' loose
support and lost his 13th game.
Peewee Reese collertprl t.hrpn
of the Dodgers' five hits as they
downed the St. Louis Cardinals,
5-3, f of a sweep of the' two two-game
game two-game series. Stan Muslal com committed
mitted committed two errors and Don Blas Blas-ingame
ingame Blas-ingame one to hem the nriticrrr
i score four unearned runs. Roger
vmig received credit ror ni
12th-win while Tom Poholsky
was taeeed with hi, mth wofoot
despite a fine pitching perform-
The last-nlar Kw VnrV ni.
ants turned on their
tormentors to deal the Braves a
loss ana give dick Ltttiefleld
his first virtnrv ulnrp 1m i
30. Dusty Rhodes singled home
m uecusive run in ine sixth in-1
ning as the Giants beat Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee for only the fourth time In
Job Rush pitched a five five-hitter
hitter five-hitter for his 12th win and the,
Chicago Cubs tallied five un-,
earned runs to beat the Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia phUlies, 8-3. The Cubs
backed Rush with a nine-hit
attack Includ'ng two each by
Don Hoak, Monte Irvln and
Harry Chit! as Harvey Haddix
went down to his fifth loss a a-ralnst
ralnst a-ralnst 11 wins. ;
TheJ New York VjnlrM vir
tually ended i th amsrlnon
League pennant race when they
defeated the Cleveland Indians,
a-x, ana restored their lead to
8& games with only 34 left to
play; Al Rosen's two .rmr nn
the same play enabled the Yan-
nees 10 score me winning run
and decided a fine pitching duel
between Tom Sturdivant, -who
won his 12th tame.-' and Fitriv
Wynn; who dropped his seventh.
Billy pierce became the AX.'s
first 18-game winner of the sea season
son season when the Chicago White
Sox won a daytime ftame. 6-3.
but the Boston -Rerl Rnv
back to take the night cap 7-6.
a sacruice ny m the eighth in inning
ning inning of the first game broke a
3-3 tie and.Frerf Uatf'sM fal
lowed with a clinching jtwo-run
homer. , M
'In the nightcap, homers by
Ted Lepcio and Dick Gernert
helped the Red Sox tie the
score at 6-6, after, trailing by
five runs, and Billy. Consolo
singled In the ninth his frst
hit of the year to drive in the
winning tally, t
Al Kaline' drove in thre run
with a triple and a sacrifice- fly
as the Detroit Tigers Tapped out
15 hits to beat. the Washington
Senators. 9-5. Paul iroviark
yielded a three-run homer to
Eddie Yost and a two-run home
run to Roy Slevers hut received
credit for his 10th win against
10 aeieats ..
Vic Power's two-run ulrnrl
snaDDed a 2-9 tie o.nrl the VanI
sas City Athletics added three
insurance' runs in uie lltn to
beat the Baltimore Orioles, 7-2,
In the. other AL. came. Rookie
Wally Burnette won his third
YESTERDAY'S STAR Billy
Pierce of the White Sox, who
beat the Red Sox, 6-3, to be become
come become the American League's
first 18-game winner of the
To Held Clinics
Basketball officials of the
Pacific Side will hold a series
of rules clinics at the Fort
Clayton gym starting at 7:30.
p.m. on Aug. 27, 29 and 30 in
preparation for the opening of
the Armed Forces basketball
All participating players,
coavUes, managers, timers and.
scorers are invited in addition
to Interested persons and ww
Milwaukee ... 72 46
Brooklyn 69 47
Cincinnati . 70 50
St. Louis 4- 58 60
Philadelphia "55 61
Pittsburgh 51 68
Chicago 49 67
New York 45 70
Phladelphia at Milwaukee (N)
Brooklynvat Cincinnati (N
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (2-T-N)
New York at Chicago (2)
New York 610 001 0002 1 6
Milwaukee 010 000 0001 10 0
Littlefield (W5). Wilhelm and
Sarni, Westrum. t
Phillips (3-2). Trowbrldse and
Brooklyn 000 000 1405 5 1
St. Louis 000 200 1013 6 3
Crate (12-8). Labine and Tam-
Poholsky (7-10). Collum. Jack-
son and Katt.' -.:,'";....
Pittsburgh 001 101 0003 11 4
Cincinnati 201 030 OOx 6 6 0
Fr'end (14-14). 1. nnrien anH
Nuxhall (9-8).' Jpffrnat anil
Philadelphia 200 000 0013 5 2
cnicago 012 410 OOx 8 9 6
1 j Haddix il-5), Ncgray, PHIette,
o. miner ana Lopata. :
.Kuso (12-6) and ChitL
Avila 2b '4
Woodling If,;.... 4
R H Po A
OUUU1 CI 4
Rosen 3b ........ 4
a-Strlckland .. ... 0
Ward lb ......... 4
Pope rf ........... 4
Hegan c 3
b-Wertz ......... 1
' 32 2 6 24' 7
Bauer rf ........ 3 10 2 0
McDougald ss .... 4. 0 12 0
Mantle cf . .'. '.-, 3 0 ; 0 5 1
Berra c ....... 4 O d 8 1
Martin 2b 3 22 1 2
Skowron lb 3 0 16 0
Siebern If 2 0 1'3 0
Carey 3b 3 0 0 C 3
Sturdivant p 3 0 0 0 1
'28 3 $27 8
a-Ran for Rosen in 9th
b-Struck out for Hegan in 9th.
Score By fnninrs V
Cleveland C02 000 0002
New York ' 011 100 OOx 3
SUMMARY Errors: Rcsen
RBI: ... Siebern, Woodling,
Smith, Mantle, (Martin scored
on Rosen's error in 4th Dou Double:
ble: Double: Martin. SF: Siebern, Man Mantle.
tle. Mantle. Stolen base: Avila. Wood
ling. Double play: Mantle-Berra.
Teams V? L
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Chicago at New York (2)
Cleveland at Boston N) -!
Detroit at Bait-more Nr
K. City at Washington (N)
Cleveland 002 000 0002 6 3
New York 011 100 00t-x a
Wynn (14-7) and Hegan.
Sturdivant (12-6) and Berra.
(Twlllrht r.im.i .,' v.,
Chicaro innfinann i
iBoston 102,000 000s a
Pierce (19-5), Kinder and UU
; Nixon (7-6), Hurd and Daley;'
(Nirht Rm.i ; v
Chicaro . nnn rij Ann
Boston 100 0012217 18 A
Vil ftin : Tiam man Di.t.
Palme (4-5), Kinder and Lollar.
bullivan, Susce, Delock (10-6)
and White, Daley).
Detroit 610 002 0009 15 3
Washington 003 002 0005 7 j
l Foytack (10-10), Aber and'
Stone (4-41.' HHrra rhalr.l..
(Nltrht Game 11 Innlnnt ' ;
K. Citv : too mo inn av if t
Baltimore 000 200 000 003 8 6
Burnette (3-8), Gorman and
. .': . .-. ; ... -. ..1 n r
Fornleles. Ziiverlnk. I.oea M-'
6) and Ginsberg.
, V READY TO BUILD
DAYTflWA SWarw wi." rnpk
-NASCAR has had 'the final le
gal nurdie cleared and bids for
construction- of its new two-and-a-half
mile Daytona Beach Speed Speedway
way Speedway are being made.
Left on base: Cleveland 5, New
York: 4. Bases on balls: Sturdi Sturdivant
vant Sturdivant 2, Wynn 1. s.o.: Sturdivant
7, Wynn 3. Runs and earned
runs: wynn 3-2, sturdivant 2-2.
WP: "Sturdivant (12-6). LP:
Today Encanto .25 .15
v WAHOOt $115.00
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Leslie Caron, in
"STORY of THREE LOVES"
Lana Turner, In
The Three Musketeers'
Today IDEAL .20
: John Garfield, in
. Randolph Scott, ik
"CARSON CITY" v
....... Sept. 21
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Simmons Gome&OG Mysfefy? 'usf;tf;ht6ws Hard Agairt
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1958
GRAND BACKWARD VIEW-Bobby Hiers finds thewatet
lino at Cypress Gardens, Fla., and the backward view even
better. The pretty picture is that of Joan Faye Binette t .....
jimy breslim TousEh Qns.To Lose
NEW YORK (NEA) At the ,wk3'f V
sun oi ine season, one oi case-York Ab R H Po
i- i .V r'wK s,Castleman Jb 4 1 2 : 1
Ine Phillies' m'anaTer had Vf 2b 3
ing Curt Simmons back and hen it?
correct it feller : 1
Simmons said his arm bothered 'Brandt rf-lf
Mm. The Philadelphia brass'sus-t w"u; o
ceded that it wai mnrtiv mental f5arm c ....
Those who didn't go with this be- Westrum c
lieved a toe injury sustained In 1953! Spencer ss
had ruined his form. Simmons' Llttlefield p
said the toe had nothing to do wiwlWUhelm p
It appeared to be one of thosw .Totals 31 J 7 27 11
many-sided situations which might f f
never, be straightened out One 'i.;,'-. Milwaukee
thmg all agreed on was that Sim-'
mms, at 26, seemed through as a O'Connell 2b
major leaguer hurler.
Bringing about a deliehtful snlu-l If JT
tion, Simmons stepped on t b e'f.BurdeHi
........... mij I1U IUUWCU UUWJ
Logan ss .3 0
the hard hittmg Reds as though
he were used to it. That started
s seven-game streak which lifted
nis once-dismal record to, 17,
gave him a 2.98 earned run aver'
age and practically- guarantee 1
the Phillies hot pitcher the rest c-Covington
in uie way.
" PUTTING ONE LITTLE discord after another, and whatever
.became of the Missouri Waltz? TViewers were startled to dis discover
cover discover that Honest Ave speaks Sttngelese fluently. If the Dodgers
e?entuTlly blow this one, it wili be because they tried to go .too
tar with kev Dlayers who have grown too old, a mistake ueorge
WeisT and BrS Rickey (when he aa with the Card espe especially)
cially) especially) are always careful to avoid. JCTmh Parte?
lor. lending his name as co-piompter to the Mowe-Parker
heavyweight charade in Canada, and presumably got .lt back as
Joods new. Hw i anyone figured out how many days Swap, is
ahead of Ruth's record?
The Yanks lead the majors in runs scored WSjjtas.
Patently the ancient axiom, "It takes inns lev win buJ"es
till deserves respect H.S.T. was trying to promote a
candidate", and this may explain why Jim Farley and Mike JM JM-Salle
Salle JM-Salle were among the Democrat speakers.. Farley Invented box boxing's
ing's boxing's no-foul ule (too bad they don't use It at political contentions)-and
DISalle helped direct tne t propaganda eampagn
which got Archie Moore a shot at Rocky Marcianos title. Being
a Yale Man, Estes Kefauver has every right te present himself
as an Ivy League" Abe Lincoln. Our forefathers had rum and
pie for breakfast and why that seems more ghastly than the
" modern combination of bicarb and aspirin, mystifies some of vs.
t : rt -t ; 1 'Vi's,. 'r:.'.s"::5
TOPIC X IN THE Hot Stove League next winter will most
u ii.. ...... nrvitlirltir nf Rnhln T.Man Roberts right
arm, There can no longer be any question that the ace of the
Philly staff, a 20-game winner for six consecutive seasons, is
not himself; teams that have no business scoring' off him are
w it v a.. Hi im atnifrirlincr tn at.av rlnsfi tn .5(10 in the
W-L oercentage table. Besides being a remarkable craftsman,
ne is one oi- wie geuumo buji u wo
i that he is a true sportsman In the fullest sense. He won t be
30 until next month. Even his professional enemies the hitters,
. i i li. i... a bI(m( mm f aA
nope tne aisoraer, wnaiever ns naiux, is ouuu ewuu.
; t A .X USui Alvk viaM AMw f Kn
: BBcenci raise, woa musv iw ..-. : .
the Brooklyn Bridge, is stUl pitching hitless baseball In Triple
A. For all anyone knows, old Batch may have been the great greatest
est greatest pitcher who ever threw a baseball. Certainly he had to be
one of the greatest On the Coast in winter games 29 years
ago. . and even then be was a veteran. he was striking out
the biggest of big-league hitters. I have been conducting a
desultory drive to get him named as the first Negro in base,
ball's Hall of Fame. Historically, this distinction, belongs te
Jackie Robinson, and, early or late, he is certain te make the
shrine. On merit alone old Satch is fully qualified. Isn t there
anyone at all among the game's leaders who will agree that in
view of the prejudice which condemned him to a generation of
skid-row baseball, that this incomparable artist is entitled to
special eonslderation? To install Paige In the Hall by executive
order and without further delay rould constitute no more
than a simple, belated recognition of a high talent -Atonement,
there can never be.
.. . -
" Leslie Combs still insists racing should adopt top-and-bot-ton
limits. 'ay, 110 to 130. "I don't think you have to ask
a horse to carry the grandstand on his back just to prove that
he .can do it," saya the Kentuckian.
j -..v .Si js": I -i j4 '.'.;-. b i '.'v t j -. t )
1 Combs tells this department Nashua b definitely through
wstftef his two Belmont engagements, r He has no -intention of
shippin the horse to Atlantic City for the United Nations
'Handicap, which, will see Swaps making his Eastern, debut
Thns the likelihood of a rubber meeting between the two great
'' 4-year-old rivals grows dimmei and dimmer. Incidentally,
Combs says he still has first lefosal of the California speedster,
- when and tf he is retired. It irhia notion that Swaps will not
. be retired until the end of next year... "What will he bring?"...
"Well, I know we would have to go higher for him than we
did for Nashua,", the Kentucklan admitted. Combs headed a
j syndicate which paid a record 1,251,200 for the Belair 8tud colt.
.,.-"-' '.! '.)... '.:,..;:; V', ;""''.',
. M , . "y t ... r ., .-'.
ABLE AND AFFABLE Jrank Oraham, for years one of the
tery best in our trade,-suffered c sudden attack qt appendicitis
; early Sunday and is fast regaining strength after an emergency
operation, his legion of friends wil ibe happy to hear. More
: hospital news: Gene Leone is still convalescing from recent
surgery and Is desolate that ha won't be able to see Poundit Poundit-;
; Poundit-; out Jr. run at Atlantic City today. Junior, 14 and 1, was beat beaten
en beaten by an ingrown nose )ast Urns out i s t f ;
Baseball's deep thinkers em embarked
barked embarked on a program to find out
They started harping on Sim Simmons'
mons' Simmons' control. He is, the papers
reported, a "heady" pitcher. Oth Others
ers Others pointed to Kooin Koerts stag-
gering as the basis for an inspired
comeuack. Or mayoe,. tney said
the presence of left-hander Harvey
nauum on me siati prompted the
crew-cut hurler to pitch for his
-It remained for Red Schoen-I
aicnst to come up with a one-sen
tenue answer wnich throws some
light on the top comeback in the
National League this season.
The only reason Simmons is
winning is that he is throwing the
ball hard again," said the veteran
second baseman after the crew-
cut beat the Giants.
You can get agreement from
every batter in the' National
League. .- .-
I thought' s i m m o n i says.
Rice e ...
Elich, George Boyd
For Dunlop Tourney
Bart Elich and George Boyd are: Roaster
setting the pace among the early i Miami'.
qualifiers in the Dunlop tourna-j Montreal .'.
m' t the Panama Golf Club Richmond
The 18 hole qualifymg round Havana
must be play ed beiore 6 p.m. iion- Columbus
day, Sept. 3, at which time the' Buffalo, ".
low 36 qualifiers in the two men's
flights and the lone women's fligl ti
will be paired for the mrtch playi
rounas starung tne four.wing da uami
The Dunlop priies ennsit of six
m.cr o3c1aCwprSuUvesanoi, Morehead and Horton; Wofey,
the medalist in each flight, the n wJey- ;; ;
"Tnemk. Wurn.mTwiU be Havana 050 000 020-7.14 2
played witk .e-iours handle, Montreal c, 040 30x-8 9 0
allowance, including ,tho quiiiyin! ,l
roid. 1B) e ta uowerer; Miiimen, mick-
Elich took the lead In the first en .wai 21' na ooia;
flight with t-4l-4Ml: Playing tOi WP; Mickens. Lr : sancnez, hks;
an eight handicap, his net socre SCU", Haie.;
of 73 puts him a single stroke in
002 000 1003
000 000 010-1
34 1 10 27 15
a-Doubled for Phillips in 7th.
b-Ran for Adcock in 8th.
C-Grounded out for Pafko in
e-Slngled for Logan In 9th
f-Ran for Crandall in 9th. ? .
010 001 0002
010 000 0001
SUMMARY Errors: None.
RBI: Sarni, Thomson, : Rhodes.
Doubles: Adcock 2, Castlecaan.
S a c r ifice: Logan, O'Connell,
Schoendlenst. Doubleptayj Lo Logan
gan Logan to Adcock. Left on base:
New York 5, Milwaukee 10 Bases
on balls: Phillips 2, Littlefleld 1,
wiineim i. b.o.? pnuups 1, Lit
. i w?uM come f1? ,t,th!,tlefleld 2, Trowbridge 1. Hits off:
mtrtwlfS,mtnSjr!iklphUP8 n Littlefleld 9 in 7,
my way along until I started to:uriv..i: t n 7
dick. My arm seemed to get bet
ter every time out" ; '.
The reasons why Simmons re
turned to form seem to be locked
within hint. From the start of bisj
trouble, Curt refused to talk
much about it. Had he. eared to
go into it, he would have had an
avid audience from such sore-irm
Jft0fl Rillv T JIM n tha rtltnlAS
Ned Garver of the Tigers and
Bob Grim of the Yankees.
During spring training at Clear
water, Fla.,- Simmons spoke of
trying to tnrow tne oau slower,
so nis arm woman i oe jarrea uy
the effort. He wanted to 'be a
"smarter' pitcher. f r
He did not seem to even think
of trying to cut loose with the
herky-jerky ; fire-it-in style which
helped win a pennant for the Phil.
ed runs: Phillips 2 and 2, Little Little-field
field Little-field 1 and 1. passed balls:Wes balls:Wes-trum
trum balls:Wes-trum 2. WP: Llttlefield (1-5)
LP: Phillips (3-2). i
lies in 1950 and made him an All-
Mar nurier in '52 and '53.
The Phillies didn't have much
faith didn't give him a contract
until he showed enough form to
warrant a paycheck.
His start was Dumpy. He had a
3-7 mark and a high earned run
average going jnto July,, Then
camd his game, against the Beds.
The ball started to hon. Simmons
began to free wheel U in. The hits'
.were fewer..,- ? .-, i ;.
Another of those mysterious gore
arm cases went out the window..
Nobody really knows why. 1
(Completion of suspe n d d
game of July 1).
Miami 000 001 23 6 0
000 000 00 2 0
front of President Ricardo M. A
rias E. of the Republic of Pana
ma. Paul Moran. Gordon Dalton
and T. J. Connor. President A-. Toronto
Irias had a 36-39-75 with a one han-u '! ,?
dicap for a net 1C Moran fired a Cardwell, Morehead (7)- and
39-40-79-5-74, Dalton a 40-41-81-7-74, Command, Horton (71: K. John John-and
and John-and Connor 38-38-76-274. Ison, Romberger (7) and Sawat-
Close behind the leaders with ski. WP; Cardwell. LP;K. John'
net 75s are Dr. Herb Mitten of
Balboa (38-39-77-2-75) and GwrS9
Dilfef (42-39-81-6-75). t
In the second flight George
Boyd has a comfortable five
stroke margin over nis nearest op-
noncnt 'for medalist honor, v. al
though it is possmie tnat ms nei
score may be benerea wis ween.
George carded a 41-43-84-13-71
which was five strokes better than
Joe Mullarkey's 42-44-86-10-76.
So far, a total of 29 golfers have
played their qualifying round, with
another even larger group expect expected
ed expected to enter the tournament over
the coming weekend
Columbus 003 002 100 -8 10 2
Rochester 101 260 Olx 11 14 0
Herbert. Spicer (5). Santiag
0(7) and Noble; Faszholz. Deal
(31 and Rand. WP: Deal. LP:
Herbert. HR: Kern, Noble.
Richmond, 102 000 0104 8 1
Buffalo 300 100 20x-6 II Q
Jordan. Coates (7). Post (7)
and Neeman; Nagy and Shsrry.
Lf: joraan. HR: Serena. Eas.
ter... --. i. .;. v,-v
Along he Fairway:
Improving Miguel Berrios .?
Whips Flash Elorde; Eyes f
; . ''t ;.t. : T f
Saddler's World Crown
SAN FRANCISCO, Au?. S3 'get open to drive home thost
(UP) Look out. eandv saddler
a sharp little featherweight
named Miguel Berrios is eyeing
your world title today, and it
doesn't pay to get him mad.
The bouncing Puerto Rican
turned in the best performance
of his young career last night by
outpointing highly rated. Flesh
Elorde of the Philippines and
doing a thorough Job of it I
Berrios, who only stands rive
feet two, exploded solid r'ght
crosses into the Filipino south-r
paw's face with monotonous
regularity durtog their,' ten ten-round
round ten-round go, and had his oppo opponent
nent opponent groggy from a barrage of
those shots late in the sixth
"He never hurt me" sultry
Miguel said afterwards: "When "Whenever
ever "Whenever he hit me with- a good
punch, I Just got mad and threw
more and harder punches."
Elorde wasnt the only loser.
The sponsors of the nationally
televised Wednesday night pouts
also came out second best when
the contest failed to get onto tne
screens because of the Republi
can convention going on about
12 miles away.
Elorde, who had won five
straight -fights after being stop-
pea in a title doui oy saaaier,
went into the ring with every
thing except a defense against
Miguel's accurate right crosses..
He was the 8-5 favorite, out outweighed
weighed outweighed the Uttle guy. 12914
pounds to 126, enjoyed an ex extra
tra extra four inches In height and
was ranked fourth to Berrios'
But from that point on,' ev everything
erything everything was in Mleuel's favor.
The dark-brown puncher kept
a safe distance from Elorde's ar artistic
tistic artistic combinations and then
rights over the Filipino's inade
. t V
, Referee Frankle Carter, whet
cautioned Berrios twice not te
butt, voted tha fight te hint
96-94, as did the United Press.
Judge Verne Bybee gave the
bout to Berr os 98-94, but Judge
Jack Downy saw 98-94 la fa
vor of Elorde.
.. .. ... -. i
After taking several rights ,t9
the face in the first round,
Elorde seemed ready to turn the
tide in the second, and tmra
when he landed'' severs? stiff
combinations to the face and
body. But in the fourth round,
Berrios rocked him with a right
to the aw and followed it up in
the fifth by getting in several
sharp left hooks and outscorlng
tne flash at close range.
Berrios was at his best durifli
a fast attack late in that roiUM
when he pumped across tiff
three right hands that shook up
Elorde suffered a slight' eat
beside the left eye midway
through the eighth and seemed
to-be tiring at mat point, Bt
finished fairly strong in Uie
tenth ;.'.:.;, 'X
He nad no excuses and admit-
ted, n lost."
The house grossed $4,550.19. :
WINNER BY TRAGI
: Chapel Hill, N. C. T.NEAV
In 11 seasons of coaching at ()k
lahoma and Maryland Jim Tatum.
now of North Carolina, losto ln9 yl
now of North Carolina, lost only 19
games. His teams, were twice-'un-
sprang in when e -saw his tar- defeated at Maryland.
By AL CIUCI I
Ul.tik.l ' lie, I
IN sand or heavy "rough, whin
out the wedge and you're on the
green, in all probability very close
to the bole...
Most trouble shots out of traps
or rough can. be played with the
eight or nine iron, but the wedge
is a far more certain conqueror of
thpse treacherous spots. Its heavy
head cuts through easily where
the eight or nine iron might have
to te forced.
There are several ways to play
from a sand trap, but the best is
the explosion snot. This shot is
diffrent from almost any other.
The object is to hit the sand and
not the bau. ...-,.,'
: By BCANS REARDON
14 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service,
OtiESTIONr The batter grounds
wide of first.' The first baseman
fields it and then flips to the pitch pitcher,
er, pitcher, who covert. It is a close play.
The umpire, trying to get clear,
stumbles and falls as. the, plaj is
made. H didn't see it Wfit is he
supposed to do now Normsn
Answer! S Appeaf Hp "..the ..plate
umpire, who thtn makes the call.
Q. The pitch is past the batter
as he swings. The catcher tips the
hitter's bat as the nan enters ms
glove. Is" this 1
A. Not If the ball was past the
batter. The catcher, of course, can cannot
not cannot reach in front eft he batter
te make the catch. .
The monthly P.W.G.A. tourna tournament
ment tournament held last Saturday at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club had a large turn.
out of players. A varied selection
of prizes was awarded, Scores
were good, other not so good. 1 -Low
net went to Louise Jones
and M. Biggs with 72s. Cleo Burns
took low gross with 81. J, Morris
and B. J. Nelson had 73s for sec second
ond second low net. H. Schull, 74; L. Hop Hop-son
son Hop-son 76 C. Bishop. M.' Schilling.
and. J. Huldtquist 77. and p., La
Croix 78. rf r
In addition to the .regular prizes,
the following were given spot priz prizes:
es: prizes: For the' highest score Hester
' Kimner-ap Melva Spagna
For birdies J. Morris, L, Hop-
Whenever people of distinction
meet you'll always: find
sri sr -r
r -. .ri,til
r cticp ir.sECT Tcn:.:zfiT
STANCE Al Cluci prepares
to puy from a trap.
Will Not Stam-HormUu to Humant
and Anlmols who Utod Directed
Costs test and Kills Fatfr
than most Mih pressure bomba
At Most Retail Storot-
Thus the stance is open and the'
jail is played off the left heel
I'he club is gripped fairly low on
the shaft. The club face is open.
All of this helps, to make certain
.mat you will strike the sand tirst,
tor it is the force of the sand ex
ploding against the tall which
pushes it up into the air..
Distance is determined by the
length of the backswing and the
rhythmic force put into the shot.
The lie and texture of the sand
tell you how far to hit behind the
ball. If the sand is, loose and dry,
you must hit farther behind the
ball than If it is wet and packed
ror me ordinary trap -shot, you
do not have to hit more than a
half inch to an inch in back of the
Lazy timing is one of the secrets,
for-this is not a brute-force -shot,
but one requiring finest.
0ca NlrMlr trm
21 (BLACK JACK
, -ComlltloooS Salon
u.w.9 l son. A. t rench ..',
Interference? h h ,.-
.C. Bishop and K. Call. came in
tied with 89s as runner-up for
gross.',. : .,' ;
Five new members were wel welcome:
come: welcome: B. J, Nelson, Hester Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, Laura Hopson, Camilla
Farnsworth and Charlene Howard.
A tourney next month will be
held Saturday, Sept.,15. at the Bra Brazos
zos Brazos Brook Golf Ciub. It will be the
qualifying round for tho Isthmian
championmp tournament, tne Dig
evept of the yea, ii-
"The National Distillery nner
tournament at the Gamboa Golf
Club Is in its final week.
BV1 McCue leads with a net 58,
12 strokes under par. He is follow
ed by Wabrldge with a 80 and Dick
Fu'ier with a 83.
The final putt of the tourhament
fus he. made by 6 p.m. Sunday.
The winner will be declared .and
will take home some of, the Na National
tional National Distiller's finest. :
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: To offer a PALL MALL is the highest
" .compliment you can pay.,
The pleasure) of listening to (ine muiie;
it even more pleasant when yon- ..
smoke a PALL MAlL For. PALL-'
, MALLS, in their distinctivt
bright-red package, art especially
blended for people of taste
who demand a "special' cigarette; v
PALL MAIL'S extra Ungth Utm
tks tmk$i giving you mellower end '.
longtr-lottinQ making enjoyment,
If you haven't discovered ;
the enjoyment of smoking
VKL1 MALL try one todayl
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. fee good taste
Cacal Lilf xxy I
77 Ub .7 1956
' RpnA. story on pags 8
Few Changes Mode In School
Districting For Canal ; Zone ;
; wzsyA' daily
- IS ''It i Ii
the people knout the truth and the country is safe Abraham Uncoln.
PANAMA,' R. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1956
. FIVE CENTS
Red China Admits 'Damaging Aircraft
Where US Navy Plane Went Missing
M DAYS AT SEA The rait "L Egare II" is beached atal-
mouto England, after three French Canadians had sailed
t? n nan 88-dav storm-tossed voyage across the Atlantic lronv
0-na,n.???J;? nrint. eeditlon leader, said that for
so davV toe "trio had lived on fish and had only rainwater to
.;."! a TTTTrt Bra7.il. AuS. 23
' tt i -An Uu5e.MW girl, on
.today. ;- -'
,' Mmtiricd only
Ja"3 tSay both mother and child
f, doing well. ::''' Jv-:'
A teen-age boy identified only as
' A.R, ho had been Uvtag with JL
A N 's family, was said to be the
faSer of the "infant. The rl-moth-'
erV parents hope to makt i ner
Mrs. A.R. as sov-n as possible.
Veathcr Or Motj
Thi."weh.r Mpitt, of lfc M
hMirt ndin ( today. P':
4 by th. MrtMr.lo.'e.l
Hjdrosraphie Br.neh f
m Canal Company
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Canadian Kittens ;
Trouble In England
FALMOUTH. Eneland. Aue. 23
(UP) Two Canadian kittens that
made a trans-Atlantic raft voyage
ran into Quarantine troubles to
day. One dodged the issue, how however,
ever, however, -v ''! V. -''''
The kittens.' Puce and Guitton,
arrived here yesterday with three
Frenchmen who had drifted across
the Atlantic on the cedar-log raft
L'Egar,e II. Man and cats spent
88 days in the yoyage. ;
Towed into 'Falmouth Harbor,
Capt. Henri Beaudot and his com
panions were greeted by a cheer cheer-in
in cheer-in e crowd. Thev also were met by
two customs inspectors who said
the men could o asnore Dut we
If they were taken ashore, they
would have to spend six months.
in rabies quarantine.
The Frenchmen, in a hurry to
gel to London and sell the ury
of their voyage, left Puce and Guit-
if-n on the raft with a supply of cat
food and milk -and a box for shelter.
Caot. H. F. Edwards, the Fal
mouth harbormaster.- promised to
keep an eye on the raft arid ihe
kittens, iiut when he camea looa
to the anchored raft today, he re
ported one of the kittens was mis
;ng. io was me shelter oox.,
Drafted Doctor v
Back On Job
At Coco Solo
Capt. Jaime L Baiweza has re resumed
sumed resumed his former position as Od-
thalmologist at Coco Solo Hospital
alter being assigned to duty with
the Health Bureau. f
Barraza left the Canal Zone last
April when he was drafted for Ar
iny service. He has been on duty
fur basic-training at Fort Sam
Houston, Texas, since leaving the
Isthmus and was assigned to duty
( with the. Canal organization after
, receiving nis cummissiua aa vay
'tain in the Medical Corps.--
His wife is also a doctor and is
emoioyed in the Ear, Nose, and
Throat Service at Coco Solo Hospi-
Mechanic Fined v
For Driving Crazy
Mixed Up Auto
LONDON. Aug. 23 (UP)
Mechanic James Tomsetti was
fined $11.20 today lor" driving a
car whose wheels went leffc when
the steering- wheel went right.
He explained that the steering
column had been installed back
; TAIPEI, Formosa, Aug. 23
(UP) Peiping Radio said to today
day today that communist Chinese
fighter planes "damaged" an
aircraft in the same area where
a U.S. Navy Martin Mercator
plane 1s missing off the China
Coast with 16 men aboard.
The Red Chinese broadcast
said the engagement took place
hfnra 1 n'nlnov thie. nwirn niv
In Washington, the Navy Depart
ment said the Navy plane ra
dioed at 12:25 a.m." Thursday
(12:25 p.m. Wednesday) that it
was under attack over, interna international
tional international waters 32 miles off Red
China nad 160 -miles North of
v The Navy said (lie plane's
radio transmission "suddenly
'stopped'' and it "presumably"
was shot down.
. The Communist broadcast said
the plane "flew off in the
Southeast direction after being
Pelplngr radio gave' no details
of the type of aircraft which it
said "Intruded" over Communist
coastal islands not far .from
Shanghai. It .Identified it only
as "a Chiang Kai-shek plane."
Nationalist forces of General Generalissimo
issimo Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek based
on this island use American
type alrplanesi v.
i It appeared likely that the
Communist pilots were unable
to see the plane involved clear clearly
ly clearly in the midn'ght darkness
over, the China Sea,
This disclosure was the first
clue to the fate of the missing
U. plane. It was given in Peip
ing radio's regular daily com
munique on military activity in
The Communist station nor normally,
mally, normally, groups all aircraft! in
these reports under the heading'
"Chiang Kai-shek" aircraft
The Peiping station mentioned
only one air action in today's
broadcast. If this was the miss
ing Mercator, there was hope
that the 16 American fliers a a-board
board a-board might be safe.
The Communist broadcast:
r quoting a new China news a-1
gency dispatch, noted that the -plane
' It was possible that the plane
had made a crash landing at
sea, where a massive American
air-sea search effort was under
wav. ;: :: j. ..
two American "destroyers pro protected
tected protected by Navy and Air Force Jet
fighters with orders to "shoot if
attacked" -darted in close to the
Red China mainland in the
hunt for. the men.
Relatively few changes wlll be
made in the school districting
in the Canal Zone for the com coming
ing coming school year although 'some
have been announced by the Di Division
vision Division of schools for both sides
of the Isthmus. -'
The school districts which
schools pupils from specific a a-reas
reas a-reas will attend- have been
announced for the United States
Schools, which open September
7, as fallows:
ANCON SCHOOL:'. Kindergar
ten pupils from Ancon;, Balboa
Heights to the Administration
Building; Quarry Heights; Fort
Amador; and 15th Naval Dis
Grades 1 to 6 from Ancon, in
cluding houses numbered 536,
537, 557, 558 and 562, and on the
Ancon 'side of these houses.
- BALBOA' ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL: Kindergarten from
Los Rios; Grades K to 6 from
Balboa; Grades 3-6 from Pedro
Miguel and Summit; Grades K-4
from Albrook Air": Force Base;
and Grades 1-8 from 15th Naval
District headquarters, Fort Am Amador,
ador, Amador, Quarry Heights, and Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights, Including Sosa, Da Da-rien
rien Da-rien and San Juan Places, and
the old Corral area up to but
not including nouses Nos.- 536,
537, 558 and 582. Kindergarten
trom Los. Rios a: v -y
BALBOA JUNIOR AND SEN
IOR HIGH SCHOOLS: Grades
712 from the Pacific area, in including
cluding including Gamooa. t )
DIABLO .HEIGHTS' SCHOOL;
Grades K-6 from Diablo : HU.,
Corozal, Curundu, Curundu Hts.
and Diablo Terrace; and grades
i-o irom Los jtios. f 5 :.
COCOLI SCHOOL! Grades K-6
from Cocoll; and Grades 3-6
from; Fort Clayton.:,;: -: n v :
FORT KOB BE? 8 CHOOt:
Grades K-6 from entire West
Bank except Cocoll; and Grades
s-o from Aiprook. If ; s r
PEDRO MIGUEL SCHOOL:
Grades K-2 from Ft. Clayton,
Pedro Miguel, and Summit. ?
......I,' .... ,.uVVm
K-6 from Gamboa. 4
GATUN SCHOOL:' Grades K-8
from Gatun; and Kindergarten
from Ft Davis.
SCHOOL: Grades 1-6 from Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, Ft. DavlS, Ft. Gulick, Gu Gu-lick
lick Gu-lick Heights. Brazos Heights and
NOR TH MARGARITA' MARGARITA'-SCHOOL:
SCHOOL: MARGARITA'-SCHOOL: Grades K-6 from Co Coco
co Coco Solo and France Air Force
Base; Grades 1-4 from Coco So-
uio : ana Kindergarten iiora
Brazos Hts., Ft. Gulick, Gulick
Heights, Margarita,, and Brazos
CRISTOBAL ELEMENT A R Y
SCHOOL: Grades K-6 from New
Cristobal, old Cristobal, Colon
Beach, and De Lesseps Area;
and Grades K, S, and 6 from
; CRISTOBAL JUNIOR-SENIOR
HIGH SCHOOL: Grades ,7-12
from -the Atlantic area.
STORY OF GABY, ..
L and the American boy;
They had only 24 hours
to live a lifetime!
m COLOR W
Funeral services for Joseph A.
Parent, which were to have been
held tomorrow morning, ; have
been postponed pending ; the re
ceipt of additional information
from Mr. Parent s sister in the U
- The date for the services will be
announced as soon as possible.
Mr. Parent, former locks securi security
ty security guard: and retired Army sea
eeant. was found dead Aug. 4 in
his parked car in Ancon.
PUFFING A BIT PONDEROUSLY but moving under her own power, the bowless Spanish
freighter Arraia moved slowly through the Canal northbound yesterday. She came unassist ed
from Callao, Peru. In Cristobal, her engines will be cooled and her propeller removed.
She will then be towed stern-first to Spain for repairs. -
Rotarians' Salk Vaccine Drive Yields
E n o u g H : For r 600 I n co u I a f 1 o n s So
The Panama Rotary Club fig
ures it has-enougn money on
hand to give Salk shots to more
tnan eoo children m panama, at
an estimated cost of about $6
for the full series of three shots.
If the price comes 1 down, the
number of kids to be treated will
Kotarian. nope w oe aoie to
give the shots to children m a
bout eignt orpnanages and otn-
er: institutions, throughout the
republic.: It Is felt that these
children may otherwise have to
wait some time for their, snous
under present schemes. ;
All the money collected will go
to buying the vaccine, according
to Rotary sources, ai it is hoped
get the services of doctors and
nurses free to administer me
Following is the latest list of
donors: -'.'f ;'"
Abad. Ansel Diaz .......$ 25.00
Adams, John C. I. ...... 25.00
Agenda de Viaie Tlvoli ; 15.00
Andreve, Gulllermo 100.00
Arias,' Harmodio .
Anas, Jorge M.
Arias, Juan B.
Illlll 0-4 1
Arosemena, Rogelio .... 100.00
eerrocnu, i usn q. . .
Boyd, Roberto J.
Brin, Ricardo Gonzalo ..
Brln, pedro E.
Caveoder,' ;.John . . 50.00
Chen. Benjamin 200.00
Clare, Horackr ; ;; 30.00
Club Rotarlo .i.;,,,. 100.00
De janon, Carlos . 5.00
be Lima, Ralph v. ... . 50.00
Duque, Tomas Gabriel St-t 200.00
Eindiguer, R. A...;; .... 150.00
Ksso Standard Oil, S.A. 100.00
Fisher, Myron W. . 20 00
Flske, Louis ............ 60.00
Friedman, Samuel :
Gerhardt, Fred John
Graham, John W. ..
Guardla, Tomas . ..
Haberstick, I. Budd
Hale. Leonard ......
Hausmann, Otto G.
Henderson, Ian L.
Icaza, A. Carlos ..
Kelsay, Paul E.
Klener, Paul J.
Lefevre, Jose E
Lindo and Maduro ..
Maduro, Oswald Ellas
Maher, Charles 5.00
Mais, Verecker T-........ 25.00
Martinz, Louis ....... "t 20C.SO
Matheney, Angus O.
Midence Jr., Ramon
Ostrander, Frank .'
pagenta, Daniel A.",'.....
Perez, Roberto ..v..,-.
Robles,, David C. ...
Schmitt, Wm. C.
Shaw, John William ...
Shekell, carden S.f A.-ii
Simons, fielmer B.
St. Malo,-Alberto de'.;.
Wltkin, Nathan A. !,
Young, Guillermo S.
, 25 00
Girls 15, Boys 9
f hoiaas Ccccham
Ava All irtunM
rite rtii uuiih
EDINBURGH. Scotland. Aug
23' (UP) The world-famous
Edinburgh Festival and all
such festivals are "bunk,"
Royal 'Philarmonic Orchestra
conductor Sir Thomas Beecham
said today.;V- v ; s
"Thev are for the purpose of
attracting trade for the town."
the fiery musician said. "What
that nas to do with, music
. filr Thnrrt-1' nn(TiipHn the
Royal Philharmonic at the tt
tivl here. ::iv ;r,
; "There is Just one eood piece
of music a year written In the
world todav." Beecham said.
"Slxtv or 70 years ago: there
was a good piece written every
day. Now we are living in' the
past. It has taken Scotland 60
years to realize that music is
a verr flood, egg irom ma com commercial
mercial commercial noint of vlew.-
?Therefore,' you have a festi
val of music written 100.- 200
or 300 years aeo. That's what
I mean by bunk." -:-
Fifteeen girls and nine boys were
bora at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight, Aug.
20, according to the regular hospi hospital
tal hospital report., During the same pe period
riod period 212 patients were admitted
and 220 were discharged. '.v
Tne names and a d d r e s s e s of
the parents of the girl babies follow:-
v f- t
Mr. and Mrs. B. 45. Chambers, of
La aoca; Mr. and Mrs..J. P. Qui Qui-tugua,
tugua, Qui-tugua, of Coco Solito; j Mr. : and
Mrs. E.. A.i Manuel, of Gamboa: :
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Harris, of Pa
nama City; Mr. and Mrs. -1 Ewell
iUiight, of Diablo; Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Barrett, of Ancon; Capt. and
Mrs. E. Dj Pence, of Ft. Clayton; x
Pfc. and Mrs. H. D. Saxe. of Pa
nama City; Mr, and' Mrs., J. A.
Richard, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Dunkley, of Panama
City; Mri'tnd Mrsi-'J.:- E. Arch-
bold, f Panama City; Mr. -and
Mrs. A. Goff, I of Panama City;
First Lt. and Mrs. A. L. Huskey,
of Albrook A.F.B.; Mr. and Mrs.
R. Ci Wilkie, of 15th Naval Dis-
trict; and M-Sgt. and Mrs. S. D.
Gellner, of f t. Clayton. 1
Boys were born to the following:.
Mr." and Mrs. M. A. Pachay, of
Nueva Arraijan; Mr. and Mrs.-Alberto
Garcia, Jr., of Lacona; Mr.
and Mrs. F. Brito, of Gamboa;
M.. and Mrs. L. S, Hogan, of Fa Fa-nana
nana Fa-nana City; Cpl. and Mrs, Juan
Sanchez, of Panama City; Mr, and
Mrs. R. B. Mills, of Gamboa; M M-Sgt.
Sgt. M-Sgt. and Mrs. L. C. Kiesling, of
Ft. Clayton; Mr, and Mrs; Martin
Caceres, of Panama City: and Mr.,
and Mrs. R. J. Donald, of Panama
MEXICO CITY.: Aug. 23 (UP)
Alfonso Sandoval went to
church today to pray for an im
provement In his economic con condition.
dition. condition. When he came out an
hour later, he found that hia
car had been stolen.
Makibbln, George D.
Gov. Poller Urges
Elipibles Jo Me :
Gov. Potter yesterday urged
all those eligible for the Saik
Immunization to take the three
inoculations, required in the full
treatment in view of the resent
outbreak of polio and the fact
tr;t the normal "nollo season"
for the. Isthmus will soon begin.
The Governor voiced his re-
nuest for full particioatlon In
the "M-noHo nrwam vester vester-a'Wnoon
a'Wnoon vester-a'Wnoon at Ms conference
with Civic Co"ocH renresenta renresenta-tlves
tlves renresenta-tlves of "-the Latin American'
. He announced that sracial ef efforts
forts efforts were made to obtain suf sufficient
ficient sufficient Salk vaccine to extend
'he propram to a new erouo. as
Mueted t he previous con conference
ference conference but that Canal Zone
hraith officials have reported a
poor response from this group.
The SalK V'CCine pruKrani was
recently ext tied Si include the
group of dependent children,
between the ages of six months
and six years, of U.S. govern government
ment government employes who reside out outside
side outside the Canal Zone and to
pregnant women In this group.
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"THE PEOPLE.,-., YES" as in the play of that name showed up In farce at Paralso yesterday afternoon for the first of
the monthly town meetings to-be conducted on alternate aides of the1 Zone. Some were from La Boca, others from Santa
Cruz and Rainbow City. They listened, asked questions, seem ed to like the ehanca to present their view and see how. Civic
Council proceedings work... (Report and picture of the meeting on Page 1).
For some people to shore their
knowledge is like dividing the
holt In a ddughnuL, :
s "v 1 1 V J
couee:i urn I
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A LOVE STORY
. t f one of th ;
Berry FulO-Susan Stmasbcii