The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS

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Clayfon GIs Admit Slugging,
lobbing Cab Driver on Zone

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Ilit . w ..v.. if-Wir ii u'id to together
gether together four young men who pleaded guilty today to robbing
and beating a taxi-driver nrt.keptuij.der the sharp eye of Ca Ca-j
j Ca-j nal Zone police on the? porch of Ancon Caurthduse. Barehead-.,
ed, Jeft to right, are Panamanian .Nicky Adrian Noyikov and
American soldiers Hugh David Saxe, Ralph Perry Banders and
Philip Thorwald Console. The police wear hats. ...

Latin American Communities Plan
Welcome Program FbrGpv. Potter;

Detailed" plans for the welcome
program for Governor Ws E. Pot Pot-r
r Pot-r which has been manned for all
T.atin American, communities of
the Canal Zone by the Congress of
Civic Councils were announced to
day by the members of the ifian ifian-ning
ning ifian-ning Committee. h : ''-"j..-,
The oroeram will onert at 3 o
clock' Sunday afternoon and will
h. hpM in the Rainbow City Gym
nsium. Too officials of the Canal
organization as well as a long list
of prominent residents of the lstn lstn-mus
mus lstn-mus have been invited to attend.
Art addrtu by Governor Pot Potter
ter Potter will be the feature of t h e
community Program In which
leerods of the Letin Amerieart
communities, the Rainbow City
. Community Band, the Pareito
High School Cloe Club and the
International' Boy Scouts will
. participate. . j,
The Dublic welcome' for- Gover.
nor Potter is expected to attract
a laree crowd, and special trans
portation arrangements on the Pa Panama
nama Panama Railroad have 'been made
for the convenience of? Pacific
aide residents. Special ftound-trip
' fares have been 'authorized ana
extra cars Will be attached to the
midday tram from the Pacific
Fee For Application
Of Face Lotion:
n -----"--,., i - K
$100f30Days.
Throwing a bottle of "men "men-ilcol"
ilcol" "men-ilcol" face lot on at a motor motorist
ist motorist who was waiting to board
the Thatcher ferry, netted 30
days in jail for Rupert Allen,
23, Panamanian Allen was al also
so also fined Slot on the battery
charge. -
The eonrt was told that Al Allen
len Allen was trying to sell the as astringent
tringent astringent lotion to motorist
Martin Espinosa when an al altercation
tercation altercation occurred.
Allen threw the bottle which
either trt Espinosa- in the
face or hit the ear and smash smashed,
ed, smashed, scattering glass which hit
and cut Espinowi, T
Allen, who has a long record
of. misdemeanors, was also
convicted of vagrancy, but im imposition
position imposition of sentence was sus suspended.
pended. suspended.
He holds ne peddler's license.

V

side and the late afternoon from
the Atlantic side.
Arrangements for the public cer
emony have been made by the of
ficers and- representatives of the
Congress- of Civic Councils. Offi
cers of the Congress are Ellis I
Fawcett, president; Jefferson J.
Joseph, vice president; and Eric
S.' Oakley, Secretary and Treasur Treasurer,
er, Treasurer, 'i." :,..' -": -',
Congress representatives from
the four principal Latin American
communities are: Cleveland Rob
erts, Rupert r Wilson, Livington
Reese, and Ttbjyn Blake, ef La
Boca; Richard T. Burns, Violet
Henry, Rexford Jnmss, and Victor
Mite, of Santa Cruz; Dave White,
Kenneth Weeks. Zacariah W i 1-
liams, Astor Lewis, and Beres-
ford Gittens, of Rainbow City; and
Cyril Atherley, Ernest Williams,
and Roy 5. Bryce, of Paralso. f
One -of the' features of the Sun
day program in Rainbow City will
be the presentation of a floral bou
quet to Mrs. Potter. The presenta
tion will be made by Miss Violet
Henry, vice president of the Santa
Crus Civic CounciL v V
AlirccSAiitini
Ffc:d Uid $1CJ
Garland Eugene Porterfleld,
24, American was fined $100 in
Balboa Magistrate's Court yes yesterday
terday yesterday on a charge-of driving an
automobile while intoxicated. :f
The offense occurred on That
cher Highway at .12:20 a.m. Aug.
Porterfieldl A a'n1 Albrook i air
man, was found near Arraijani
Dy ine Nauonai auard and later
turned over to Canal Zone po police
lice police who .took him to Gorgas
Hospital.
In the first report of the case
early this week, it wax stated he
naa been found in his car off
the road In Panama territory
After lengthy sleep at Gor.-
gas, Porterfleld first told police
he fell asleep at tha wheel:
fruity to driving while intoxicat-

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Three American soldiers and
a Panamanian pleaded guilty
in V. District Court this
morning to the crime of rob robbery.
bery. robbery. They will be sentenced Sept.
All four were remanded to Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Jail.
Th charge against Nicky- A.
Novikov Sanchez. 19. Panama
nian, and Ralph Perry Sanders,
23; Philip Thorwald Console, 20,
and Hugh David Saxe, 20, grew
out of the brutal robbing and
beating of an Italian taxi-driver
last June 30. The three Ameri Americans
cans Americans belong to the 903 AAA
Battalion at Ft. Clayton.
The crime occurred near an
abandoned position on a back
road behind the former town of
uea -rang, f ;,
Carmelo Mainer, the taxi-,
driver victim, was beaten up
o badly that he -spent some
time in Gorgat Hospital pre preliminary
liminary preliminary hearing of the ease
In Balboa Magistrate's Court
had- to be postponed because
at first he wai unable to tes testify..:;";
tify..:;"; testify..:;";
Malnerl was robbed of his
Chevrolet taxi, hls watch and
allegedly some money and other
articles. '.v!-"!:,-r-i. ;.;.,
Novikov and Saxe were renr.
sented in court today by Wood Wood-row;
row; Wood-row; de Castro and David Ro-
bles.
Cori.v f"1-! TanrtPr? we
f i v.-a j- de de-,uut.r,
,uut.r, de-,uut.r, Anuuify v. i....im J.
heridan, Jr. when their case
wasj first t called early" this
month, they told Judge Gtithrie
K Crowe that they had : no
founds to hire a lawyer.
In the Canal-Zone., the crime
of robbery is defined as one in
which force or fear is used on
the victim to deprive him of his
property.
It carriej a maximum sen sentence
tence sentence of 14 years at hard la labor.'
bor.' labor.'
' When the chare w failed
for plea this morning, De Cas Castro
tro Castro asked for another continu
ance before plea wag made.
He gave as a reason, that there
is a possibility of effecting some
restitution for the victim.
The court was told that re
had been out of touch with his
family because they were on va vacation.
cation. vacation. He has contacted them
and they may do something to toward
ward toward partial restitution.
saxe uvea in San Francisco de
(Continued en Page 12)

First Soldiers Rotated From'
Tell Of Attacks By Giant

Four men returned to Fort Kob-
be irom "Operation Darien" this
week, full of tales of the jungle
and of the progress made by their
group.
They are the first of the platton
to bft- rotated, as fresh men are
being thrown into the assault on
the dense, uncharted Darien land.
Ernest J, Fercier, spokes
man for the group, confirmed re
ports of the difficulties encounter
ed by LL.Downen and his men in
cutting a trail from the base camp
through the hills.
"""The undergrowth, in tactions,
is much denser than any wo on on-countered
countered on-countered m previous training,
exercises," Bercior reported.
'.'And the hills, which we called
mountain, almost stopped, us at
times.
A member of the advance nartv
that daily forayed into the unex unexplored
plored unexplored region, Bercier told of some
problems not reported in the brief
communiques Heretofore received
from the group. 4
There was no real supnly route
stretching from the base camo to
the men out ahead. In the morn
ing, leading their packs and jun jungle
gle jungle hammocks, these men who are
blazing -the trail for the last link
of the Pan-American Highway
would set out from their; base
camp to a point somewhere along
the Sio Silugandi, there establish establishing
ing establishing temporary camp for the day.
At one point the men of the 20th
Infantry found a tree covered with

PANAMA. R. P, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1956

Kidnaped Baby's Body Found;
Handwriting Check Broke Case

" MINEGLA, N.Y., Aug. 24 -The
decomposed body of the
kidnaped Weinberger baby was
found today in the Long Island
woods where he was abandoned
by-his kidnaper July 5.
Tne body or -the child was
found some 12 hours after An
gelo John Lamarca, 31, a bushy bushy-haired
haired bushy-haired mechanic, confessed to
police and FBI agents that he
kidnaped the child.
IA his confession, Lamarca
denied be killed month-old Pe Peter
ter Peter but said he placed him
"rehtly" in the woods less than
24 hours after he stole him
from his carriage on July 4.'
Search of the area pointed out
by Lamarca began under heavi
ly clouded skies! this morning.
Some 50 work-clothed policemen
moved an arm's -length apart
through a 200-acre area of trees
and, heavy underbrush. ;
; Assistant chief of detectives
James Farrell told reporters:
"A safety pin was found and
remains 01 wnat must have been
a garment. Beneath it was saw
what appeared to be a small
bone or bones."
Police did not touch' the bun
die. The medical examiner ar
rived on the scene almost lm
mediately. He delayed his exam.
ination until photographs were
maae.
Farrell said the hot, damp
summer weather had caused
'rapid decomposition" of the
i l.e child's parents, Beatrice
and Morris Weinberger, were
notified of the find by news newsmen.
men. newsmen. Both ; were calm and
tearless.
Newsmen first told the 43-
year-old father .when his wife
came from the house he told her.
in -a matter-of-fact voice, "They
say they found the body In the
woods."
Mrs Weinberg. 32. -who had
kept countless false Rendezvous
with callers claiming to be the
kidnaper, remained calm.
At almost the same moment
Lamarca was led in nandenffs
into the county court house
where he was arraigned en a
kidnaping charge. .... -y'l
Farrell said the baby was
found about ISO feet from the
eastbound lane In the heavily heavily-wooded
wooded heavily-wooded area. "What was left of
the child was beneath honey
suckle, brut hes, leaves and
shrubs." i
The spot where the baby was
found is about eight miles from
the Weinbergers' exclusive West-
giant, paralytic ants directly in
ueir pain.
"I was cutting In the area at
the time," Bercior taid, "and
when wo approached this tree I
thought the ants would run from
usr at loatt not bother ue. In Instead,"
stead," Instead," ho wont on, f they at attacked
tacked attacked tl.''-i-',--:-",;...i:...'-
It Was only by cutting surround-
ing trees that the group was able
10 move on..
Others forms of jungle life' were
pienurui 100. me group saw a
bushmaster and killed a fer de-
lance; and everywhere there were
white-faced monkeys. At one point
a memoer 01 ue inteiugence and
Reconnaissance platoon killed a
wild turkey. That night it proved
a welcome aaaiuon to weir ra
tions. v
There had been no fain in the
area for 18 days prior to the com commencement
mencement commencement of ''Operation Da
rien," the group was told. But the
men of "Sykes Regulars" must
have brought the rain with them,
for during their entire stay it mur
ed steadily.
As the replacements are arriv
ing on the scene for their first
taste of Darien country living, the
mission is ready to establish sec second
ond second base camp. They are now well
into the foothills of tbe Continen Continental
tal Continental Divide. ;
Returning with Bercier to Fort
Kobbe were SP3 Richard R. Ray
mond, rtc. uonaid Lerner. and
Pvt, William B. Perry. The re remainder
mainder remainder of the men will be rotat-
ed within the week.

emry is 'mftT Ahrmhtm LWiu

bury home and about a half a
mile from Lamarcas own home
at Plainview. ;
The'baffl'ng kidnap ease
was solved by the FBI and
Nassau County police through
a painstaking check of the
ransom note handwriting a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst thousands of records in
school, license bureau and po police
lice police files throughout the coun county.
ty. county. .
Lamarca was arrested by the
rai ana turned over to local po
lice when it became apparent
mat ne naa i crossed no state
lines with the child. -
One of the few early clues to
the kidnaper had been the re report
port report of two young boys that
they saw a shabbily dressed man
standing beside a battered car
near the Weinberger- home a
short time before, the baby was
stolen. It appeared today that
they had indeed seen the kid'
paper,' !r:: ritJy:':.'--'.
Lamarca... told police he had
parked near the home, written
the kidnap note in the car and
snatched the baby from his car
riage a moment after the moth
er went into the house.
; Nassau County detective chief
Stuyvesant Plnnell quoted La
marca as saying he took the
baby because he "needed money
badly." He told police he owed
nearly $2000 fof storm windows
and a ict:'-nr?.rr for his' ricw
h"'2 ar 1 an ai.-u.iioluile. J,'"'
Habitual Thief y0
Coes Tb Pen ; )v
For One Year
On his plea of guilty to grand
Larceny, Kogeuo Aguirre, 30,
Panamanian, was sentenced in
U. S. District Court this morn morning
ing morning to a year, hvGamboa pentr
tentiary. t $;.,,
Aguirre confessed to having
taken :a nackaee containing
shoes, a pocket book, dresses and
a cmid's swimming suit from the,
automobile of Dr. Tomas de 1
Guardia. The package was in Dr.
de la Guardla's car which wag
parked under his quarters in
Ancon.i .:-.':,,:,-,.'
The package was valued at $58
Aguirre has a long record of
convictions for thefts in both
the Canal Zone and Panama. He
was recently released from Pan
amas penal colony on Colba island.

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THE FIRST GROUP of men from the 20th In fantry's Intelligence fnd Reconnaissance pla-.
toon returned to Fort Kobbe this week. Fresh men will take their place, as "Operation Da Darien,1
rien,1 Darien,1 the mission that will blaze the trail for the last link of the r&n-Amerlcan Highway,
continues. thon here is the outboard motor that proved so ineffective in the shallow Rio
Bayona. .... (U.8. Army Photo)

I W X ST f I A

UP. TREATY
NEGOTIATORS
SAY RODERICK
IS WRONG
Tbe statesmen who negotiat negotiated
ed negotiated the new Panama-U.S. treaty
for Panama' replied today to "re "recriminatory
criminatory "recriminatory insinuations"; con contained
tained contained in a letter from "a spokes spokesman
man spokesman of Local 907," the Canal
Zone' Aimed Forces union.!
In a lengthy statement issued
to" the press today, treaty nego negotiators
tiators negotiators Dr. Octavio Fabrega, for former
mer former Ambassador to Washingotn
Roberto M. Heurtematte and at attorney
torney attorney Carlos Sucre declared:
1) Auiitant U.S. Army Secretary
Roderick'! viowi n tha local rat,,
waga lituation "ara clearly opposed. ,.
to the treaty." ';. '-': 1 rS?
21 The "gaesraphical area" hat
' Mthing to de with a tingle wag'
classification . en the baiit of
equality and wftheut .'diicriminaH
tiom. ' ''-! Jr r;-
2) The Uaitad Sratea agreed U
writing to end a 1 1 diicriminatioe
and establish equality In the maty
tar of lalariei. S f'
The treaty negotiators quoted
a written statement included in
the minutes of the treaty nego negotiations
tiations negotiations in Washineton on Anril
23, 1954. The statement read:
"In, acknowledgement of the
importance which the. matter
has in the minds of Panama Panamanians,
nians, Panamanians, and of the unfavorable
connotations which have result
ed from the term "local rate."
the Panama Canal Cnmnanv
and the rn--1 "-mo -ivovnmpnt
are pr-'; jar a
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Dyi:nii!3
Ilolbound
Canal Transit
Lots of 'people breathed a little
easier1 yesterday afternoon when
the dynamite-laden vessel Fort
Ross cleared the Canal north
bound.
The ship is in Cristobal today
awaiting the next leg in her voy voyage
age voyage from Vancouver- to Trinidad.
Three tons of dynamite caps,
which Canal authorities consider
ed were loaded too close to her
cargo of 150 tons of dynamite,
were unloaded -in Balboa harbor
earlier this week and sent to the
Atlantic v "iioe ny ;iruca.
During the time the Fort Boss
has been in Balboa, three of ber
eight crewmen have been repat
riated to Canada. Two new men
were taken on here. i

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But No Wag

Plans in

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. WASHINKaTON, Aul
cipate a storm of protest to
when local-rate employes in
unua wages lower, rather

For Jan

cw u.j.-ranamaman treaty. (
?Butthey were inaking no plans, at least at present,
to alterhis sitiAitronsources said today.
a Most Panamanians, hnve hin unAr tk

that their wages will be increased to the level of U.S. cit-

izens on the same jobs in the Canal Zone as a result of
f : Actually, beainnina on Jan 1 : fh lnt n( mmm!i.J'

privileges plus an increased deduction for retirement ben ben-efits
efits ben-efits will mean less take-home pay for the local employes.'
Neither the Army nor the State Deoartmenr at

ent plans any moves to compensateV.K.!b,';

There is little than c a n be
done, in fact unless and until
til? U.S. Congess passes imple-
implementlng legislation and
makes a decision on the, wage
problem. Several bills to adjust
the wn" Invf-'s pnv? --' i m
iHi 1 in l-r : -i,
kind:"-; one v Vi ;:-in c Sen.
.Theodore F. Green "to esiaonsn
the principle of 4 basic wage
scale in the Canal Zone for civ civilian
ilian civilian officers and employes in
the Federal services.
:, Hearingt en some suck imple implementing
menting implementing legiilation had keen ached-
uled in the doting weeke of the
Congress, hut plant were cancelled
when it was announced that Presi President
dent President Eisenhower would visit Pana Panama
ma Panama during the meeting of the A A-nerican
nerican A-nerican headt of ttate. ) -
I As a result, all of the bills on
the calendar died when the 84th
Congress adjourned and will
have to .be reintroduced next
year. ".-(' c-.:--!'
Most ontimlstic estimates are
that they could not go through
the long processes of enactment
in less, than three months or
by early next springs :
Eiiorts 10 brine sdoui en
forcement of the $l-an-hour
Federal minimum wage in the
Canal Zone are expected to re result
sult result from the failure of Con
gress to pass legislation exempt

Dan en

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Works
Deadline
24 (UP) U.S. officials anrk
beain on the flrct k.
the Canal Zone find their
than higher, as a result of the
ing the area from the minimum
provisions of the wage-hour law.
The 84th Congress killed an
administration' sponsored bill"
which would have extended the
exemnfc status of Puerto P'po
s-tI liie Vsr- ''i I .....
Zone, Guam, V.
American Samoa.
The Guam and Canal Zone fea features
tures features ran into apposition from or- -taniaed
labor. Aa a result. Congress
scrapped tha broader version and
enacted only an exemption for A A-merkan
merkan A-merkan Samoa.
The Supreme Court ruled in
1948 that the wage-hour law
covers an U.S. flag areas except
ruerto Rico and the Viraln Is Islands,
lands, Islands, which it specifically ex.
empts. ., .,
'But Federal authorities have
not enforced the law in any off offshore
shore offshore areas excenf Hawaii and
Alaska....... ;i.
Congresslonkl hearines thii
year focused attention on this
lack of enforcement and are ex-
pected to generate nressura for"
labor denartment action- in thii
direction,- -...j, f.,JJ(. y4,-,
Meet Canal Zone werlcere would
not be affected by enforcement be-
cause they are on the Federal for-
omment payroll aa emplevet of the
Panama Canal Company. The mln-
Imum wage law doe not apply to
Pederal employes,
Those who might expect t
benefit would be the persons
employed by private contractor!
and private businesses in the
Zone. .- "..;.':
The apparent : Panamanian
misunderstanding about their
wage prospects springs from a
statement of principle embodied
in the first memorandum of un
derstanding to the effect that
there should be equal pay tot
equal work.
This led the Panamanian em
ployes to believe their wagei
would be increased from the
present local-recruitment scale
to that paid to U.S. citizen!
working in the Canal Zone, t
But the Army has no sucrl
plans, and points out that When
the treaty was ratified by tne
Senate the hearings made it
clear that no blanket wage in increases
creases increases were contemplated. 1 -,
The Army hat since, in lict.
drawn up a schedule of obt which
may be held only by U.S. chliena
and which include most potitient
except the manual labamrl.
The Bureau of the Budget ha
estimated it would cost un to
$20,000,000 a year to nay TJ. a.
scales to Panamanian employes
in the Zone.
Tnx Collection
04 ates Nets,
WASHINGTON, Aug. 24 (TJPV -The
48 states and the District of
Columbia collected more money in
taxes in the 12 months ended June
3d than ever before; the Census
Bureau reported yesterday.
Total state collections were $13, $13,-235,000.000,
235,000.000, $13,-235,000.000, 1.7 billion dollar jump
over the previous 12 months. The
increase was about three times
the rise in state taxes last year
over the previous year, v



AGE TWO

r3 FAX ASIA AMERICA AJ INDETITfEEVT THH.Y KTSTPATn
rr.rsAY, Arousi 13;

THE PANAMA AMERICAN,
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roatiAH KtitNTATivca, JOSHUA e. POWER. INC
S4S MADiaow Ava. Niw YOK. N. T. I" -
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MONTH m "" 70 S.S
FO SIX MONTHS. IN SO .- 13 00
OH ONI vtAK. IN '""" IS. SO 14 OO

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"Sir:

THE MAIL BOX

INCREASE FOR WHO?

r'to a citizen and taxpayer of the United States Government,
. 1 would greatly, resent an across-the-board Increase In pay lor
' .'l(jcality rate employes, simply lor the ultimate purpose of Un Un-ini
ini Un-ini the pockets of the merchants in Panama.
I Equal pay for equal work is morally righ. But th em em-"
" em-" .Voyes look within themselves and askwhereis thefr. loyalty?
I How many can accept their pnsent paychecks witlv an inner
'..u. ik jnioi Kmn man? vprr deliberately do as

little as possible? And would continue -that pay raise or
!no pay raise?-" at .XS v:: J.'.S.'.
Let the 'authorities of Panama look fct.tSW to civv
'high and greedy prices of .the. local madfets; qthtag ahd. drug
' stores. . ;l ..rrtr-"---'"
Let the authorities further, examine; their own group of
; greedy business men and put a stopper the wfai&cUca of
'keeping wages down. Let them bear in mind that PanamAS
! labor laws regarding social security, vacation benefits, hiring
S and firing, should apply to all. v
I Since Panama does not seem to have, any labor; unions or

its own, let the labor unions ol the 'janai icone wine up
cudgels for the unfortunate under-privileged in Panama and
help to lift their standards, thereby lifting the standards of the
entire country instead of all this howling which, will raise the

standards of only a choice :ew. -I
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Comment

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the Wms for the ReDubUe ol Panama w struts oui xor inter

nationalizing of the Panama UnaL With the national elec elections
tions elections about to take place in the United Sttaes, a little shouting
by the people, of Panama might do wonders '!or. these- same

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A Panama free of the boot ot the United- States, across! her
throat would, be a most welcome feeling for all of you I am
sure, and now that Egypt has taken the initiative it is up to

the Republic of Panama to follow suit, ton t you thinic?. .
It is tint? the neoDle of Panama hsld the bulk of the posl

Mttrix nn t.h Manama Canal and also it is hleh time the Balboa

was pegged at the same rate of exchange as the American

S dollar.

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. By VICTOR RIESEL '
What's good for Cadillac Square,
Detroit, may not be good for Gen General
eral General Motors. At high noon oh
Labor Day, Adlai Stevenson will
be. the guest of Walter Reuther
before tens of thousands of auto
workers. ' -.
By operning his campaign as
Reuther's euest he marki himif

as the auto -union chief's political
partner F.O.B. Detroit in his firhh

Od the GOP. And Stevenson also-

realizes mat He wiir be expected
to return the. invitation 'to ik.

labor leader if elected president
especially fa 1958 -when Reuther

lanes on iord, Chrj-sler and
the rest of the aut industry in

v This Labor Day-speech may -well

oecora e me Key issue of this cam

paign ,roi it ties Stevenson to
Reuther and the old, CIO bloc In
stead of to air labor which th

days is indeed a many-splintered

imng on me political iront,

ine auoys m mis axis were

tou-hened shortly afteh news of

the scheduled speech got about

james carey, tne now-greying

youngster who was secretary-.

iressurer 01 tne old cio, speedily
opened "Xabot.For itevenson and

Keiauver headquarters in Wasb
lngton

It woudl be insulting to Stevenj Stevenj-son's
son's Stevenj-son's intelligence to believe that
he is unaware mat his alliance
with these dynamic younger men

in tne AFL-CI0 will antagonize

the veteran unionists who believe
that they can get more out of the
Democratic party if they show

less eagerness in this political ro

mance between laoor ana uie
party of the "New America."
These old-timers, who rolled up
into one would be typified by

George Meany, know that there is

a lurking fear in big city main
stems and little town Main Streets

that the merged AFL CIO will

grow into a strong,, monolithic in

dustrial and political power.
Meany has been trying to ease
that fesK ihat's why he-wanted

labor to remain in neutral dress;

at least until the Cqw Palace;
which has more vegetarians than

labor people present, became just

another, interesting spot: to -gape

at- during. ;the. limousine ride, in

; FurthnrmorB. manv or '. lauor's

high, "command V are wondering

why Reuther changed his pace and

mind. Just two- months ago, the

red-head got off some fiery

speeches at AFL-CI0 executive

counsel sessions urging his ccf I

chieftains Wot to back the Demo

crats ;umu wey goi some recipro reciprocal
cal reciprocal trading. Reuther said bluntly

he was for sitting out the presi

dential election vu thy .didn't gejt

what f""- a Meanjr
who saU -ki.'s toe y,imt',kappensl

Then Reuther hit Chicago like

one of those huge auto plant ham hammers;
mers; hammers; He did some ,mighty effecf-

tive work in pushing Sttweflsbn
and -Estes1 Kefauvee (through 4v 4v-eral
eral 4v-eral dangers log-ja'msr.-
Now it begins lo appear (hat
the Reuther-Stevenson alliance

may cost-the Democratic candi candidate
date candidate official endorsement of the

national AFL-CIO.- This endorse endorsement
ment endorsement would coma on Sept. 17 in
Atlantic City if It ever does. ;

On that day the AFL-cws uen-

erci Board is scheduled to meet.
It is made up Of aU the presidents
of all national AFL-CIO unions.

They have the power to endorse or

in tav neutral. 1

w . ,..

Richt now Reuther is Planning

hard-hitting camoaign. a ta iiu-

cago, to get that endorsement for

Stevenson.. ...

With the toughest audience ne

has ever had, Reuther will chance

hi political nrestige.

The Auto union leaner wiu urge

the national board to drop the
facade of neutralism and open fire

on the Republicans. He'll go after

Dwight D. Eisenhower personally.
He will also open the first debate

on national politics inside the tugh
command. V vs

Reuther has many opponents In

that high board. Most powerful

among htem are, the Teamsters'

Dave Beckihe Carpenters Wil William
liam William Hutcheson and that formi
dable and monied bloc known as
the Building Trades,

They will not be so much pro-

Renubucan as they wm De anti

Rieuther. And Reuther will not be

so much pro-Stevenson as he will

be anti-Repubucan. t :

If he succeeds, he will not only
win endorsement 'of. Stevenson, as
leader of the Democrats, but Jor

Reuther as political leader of

laborf

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. rlometowo; Apology

By BOB RUARK

& no great pride, but .friehi named' puak,- a Negro who

it is wit:

rather, as ,M aDoIort. that! offer, raised mv kid .brother.

thev lacthat I ws bora, and raised I would crave to eite-, Albert

in a place called Wilmington, N.C., Gray, a Negro, who was the hired

aunouga i i spent as much time, maiM and Jake Kelly, a Negro who

was. another hired man, and the

as possible -away frotr it, in a

pl-ce called Southport, a little
town -in which) I still own my

jvfrandpa Adkins v borne s v--t r
But Wilmington was not aucV a

bad mace to grow ub as a bov.

We lives in what, was. call ed
"East" Wilmington. It had a lot of

Negroes in, it, most ot whom were
my .playmatM. Ai it ere, .they
extended it to be called Forest

Hills. All the new rich folks moved

in. and we. bema poor ; folks,

moved out, front necessity, such

Jbat H a, long .preamble, to, a
piece I i jiist read in Time(maga-

zine aoout me wutnmgipn morn

ing Star, and what the .Star, did

to a picture.
The, Star went. io press, with a
picture of four Marine witnesses in
the trial of Sgt. Matt McKeon. The

picture was put out by the Asso

ciated press wire service, v -One
of the Marines was a Ne

gro. Pvt Eugene Eryia of Bridge

port, Conn. HoreUioo at the idea
Of having i sr oilegro Onthe front

page of this noble paper, the editor
on duty (according to-Time) 'met
the crisis by ordering a pressman
to take a hammer and chisel to
the press plate. Next morning' Pvt.
Ervin's ragged ghost haunted the
soofe where the Morning Star cut

out the Negro and spited its front
paga,"V ?:.n:,.'.v.vr'!.
1 would like to apologize, for the
town and its paper, which we will

I would like you to consider that

my Aunt Laura, who raisea me,
and her husband. Undo -Cornelius,

occupied proud places in the com

munity. They were ex-aiavea.

would Hke you to consider my

Aunt Lilly Burns,, a Negro, who

raised my motherr and just plain

T.ir a Nem-o whr naa a nusoana

named Buster, a Hegro and boy

v

'(This tolerance of black- to white

also applied equally to Aunt Flor

ence Hendrtcki, lady of color,
and. quite a scon, of Negroes who

nt quite neatly into the New Han

over-Brunswick County scheme

.fact' that as a little Southern boy 1 1 without threatening to overthrow

Allen Jinny his first

P-'fcr. i

MisS v.Lottie Adkins, took ,m to
Foxtown to btiy me a biljygoat.
My maternal grandfather, Capt.
Edward Hall Adkins of. Southport
N.C, had the misfortune to die, and

- ; CAR.jtSCAtfS-a:;

MADISON, Wis. (UP) A
Madison man reported to police
that his newly purchased used car
had been stolen right from under
bis nose while he was siphoning
si from his old csr. Police found

the new car a block away. It ap-

nanmtlv had rolled down a hill

when brakes Jet go.

name, was

Allen, his. mother's name was Jin

ny, end his papa wasn't beatable
-rwho, worked long for Cousin
Kate -Stewart in her .Southport

:one whole street in Southport was elude the mulatto brother of a big

uuea wiw negro xrienas, come wrwu'te executive n H of Wilming

ton's major industries who was
employed by his white brother as
a gardener on the executive's es estate.
tate. estate. .'-' a-

art

my home town as the.buck-

ra," the white folks. My mammy,

Aunt Laura, the -former slave.

say goodbye to the Cap'n.

My father used to work for the
3, W. Brooks Wholesale Grocers.

and he nre-mt a M of h mi-)

mg grti, chicken-mash, ratsbane,! h
Aki.'.rr.h.ii. .. ...ni. my home town as the."bui

euivguu 0iivA4 eaaau euiny ivo, k
! 'His -is how I ;was allowed to
have a dipper of scuppernong wine
or a plate of squirrel-head stew
in the- home of Abner McCoyj'.who
had a bigger mouth than Joe -J.
BrowT-t was so black he was' blue,
had more children than Solomon,
and mora quail than. Bernie
Baruch. 1

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-..'- -luu uj uiic9iuuucun aiuu; lac proposeu sections,

"v. 7Aiumgcu wxut uunymuus
ODDOnents of Vice Presilpnt 'irnn

however, this column i now. hl

to reveal some of them. .'

nere is one telegram Stassen
sent to Louis De Rochemont, 35
West 45 Street. New Ynrfr f h.

motion picture producer formerly

ssociaiea wiin uarry juuee m
"Time Marches On." -"Developments
are favorable."

teleeraDhed Stpn "Sitn.iin-i

cnunues to be difficult. Will wet wet-come
come wet-come your counsel on manner of

caxrvinE lorwarn nciiiv'-' nn

pubhc side during next days, v,
"I am confident President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's mind continues to be open
On the VIC nrpsirfnlinl niMitinn

I believe. if- Herter is; nominated-!

msident would be well pleased
to have him as running-mate, i

- wouia you consider the an announcement
nouncement announcement of 100 Americans Americans-all
all Americans-all listed in Who's Wbo-who be believe
lieve believe .the party should nomtaate
Herter an imnnrtant mnvpT Wa

shall remain in contact with you.

laigneaj jtiaroia."
Another contributor to Stassen's
dumn nirlr imiwiim H V

Johnson of the Johnson Wax Co.,

ttacine, wis. To him Stassen
telegraphed: '. J
"Letter receivM' minv th.nlri

Your understanding of the second
. 1 A I .L!J J "(

ana ine uiira is correct.
Nicholas Roosevelt, cousin of
Teddv Roosevelt and former Min

ister to Hungary, was another con-

iriDuior. io mm at uig-sur, soutn

oan f rancisco, aiassen wirea:
"Ymir fnrthriohf anil vi0nrmi.

words have stirred me deeply,

many manas ana pest wisnes al always.
ways. always. Harold.'
Tn Mplon A trie. Tmft n Tlan.

bury, Conn.,' another contributor,

aiassen leiegrapnea: "u is late
1 . A' 1 ... ... i

dui noi too late ana ii is very
important for our country that we
succeed."

nth r- cnntrlhnfnr. 1 Inctiiftarf

Frank A Ttlnm inH Son 19ia Tar.

son St. Pittsburgh, Johnson and
son, Racine, Wis., A.D. Strong Co.,
938 Midland Bank Bldg., Mmnaa-

pons. u -. . ..v
Note Bailey Vinson of Tulsa
who contributed $1,000. to Stassen

was oouncea as itepuDiican na national
tional national conimittpeman from fl!rla

homa on the first day. the com-

m ii laaai m or in .on a ronpicnn -j in.

son was once revealed by this night, .u-,

Department to permit him to drill
for oil on the Lake Souris .Wildlife

iteiuge in nonn uaxota, an area

under the .Pemocrats,

PUBLISH THI PLATFORM

"We hava not nrinlarf tVu. i.'

- - i .'i fiai-
form for security reasons," replied
Senator Bush. .
However, Congressman Joh a
Phillips of California agreed-with.
Pike. -
"Let's take ak look at what
were voting on," he said.
"I confess'" said kindly Senator
SaltonsUll of Massachusetts, "that
I find it embarrassing to pass
upon matters of this importance
without -knowing exactly what it
is we are called upon to approve."
As a result the resolutions com committee
mittee committee agreed that the platform
would be mimeographed and they
would have a chance to study the
complete text the ne H

a final vote.: ..... ; , ,

SAN FRANClSCO-CO ROUND :
Bernard Shanley;? the Presl Presl-dent
dent Presl-dent s appointment secretary had
to be pressured to go to the air.
DOrt ta meet Vice Pruiilan, t:...

Shanley is Stassen's iormer -cam-

PBn manager, awt want to
meet Nuon. It took quite a bit of
nressure tn mill, him m i T

diana's ., Charley Halleckhad'r ..to

icwrao nis nominating speech
several times because of the Suez
Crisis. Rieht lm until the lnl nin.

ute he was afraid something would

uBppeu ai me ixmaon conterence
to make hint rewrite It .ooin

Halleck took some iishhig jodi
with him, will, stop in Colorado en

rouie oaca io Udiana for some
trout fishinff Reniihlicnn k..l.

Quarters in San Franc rn

the Hotel Fairmount .. Bei Swing,

uwucr vi uic noiei, is a uemo uemo-crat.
crat. uemo-crat. He was in Chicago as a del delegate
egate delegate to the Democratic convention
when Republicans started arriving
at his hotel. .Len Hall has put ;
his friend David rtnur. In nsn,

committeeman 'from South jCaro-

una. nan ana nuss sprague knew
Dows on Long Island. He has now
moved tn Aiken anil heenma

transplanted South Carolinian. ,
David Sarnoff, the, RCA mogul
who's been under grand jury in investigation
vestigation investigation in Philadelphia, hired
the swankiest of all facilities for
entertaining press and radio men.
He took two whole floors at 1190
Sacramento St.- where

can get free drinks and food any-
a.: 1 ... a .

ume Between u noon ana u mia-

COODY WORRIES

tM A m

ZhVrl 7 Jmu ii. T.. v..m ihIj "Bai worries uov.- Goodwin

nai aarea ipeax out wun any vi

gor, is ine aanger oi caatornia
going Democratic in November.
Mr j.u XT; . l. ... ...

Regardless of the bickering over er increases
ina Pra.i1anf XTiwAn . ..

rirsi you nave to rememner mat
. ni -nn and Kefanver rollri

votes in California m

l ied tc-say!, "If you- can't keep up

with the .beucow ym got to gallop

Well, .t am not galloping with

the gang. I apologize tor Wilming Wilmington,
ton, Wilmington, N.C, the place where I was

born. - t i

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Vice President Nixon, there was

rTtiHilt Lu.,.l Of t.li.iln r. ,l i,r (ii. l

not shine as chairman of the reso resolutions
lutions resolutions committee. His railroading

tactics were, finally overriden when
it came to adopting the Republi Republican
can Republican platform .committee, r
"I agree with the former as assistant
sistant assistant secretary of state, Thruston
Morton." said Sumner Pike dele

gate from- Maine,- "that what we

aaopt nere win be scrutinized and
examined by our opponents under
a microsome. For that reaenn

continued Pike.StJ'ropose that

see wn- we ;are passing up
in cold print.; I find it difficult to
act on a mere oral reariino nf tha

platform.". .,,

Pike referred tn the- manna

in which Senator Bush read sec sections
tions sections of the' platform -aloud and

nil I..,

June. And "if yoil add their totaU
together, you get a total that ike
with Nixon on the, ticket would
find hard to teat,
Second, the-. California legisla legislature
ture legislature is already close te going Dem Democrat
ocrat Democrat for' the first time in half a
century. .Today-the; number of
Democrats -in the California State
Senate-is the highest in history
19,'There are Jl Republican, and
even if the Democrats; fail to pick
up the necessary two Votes to con control,
trol, control, "it's likely that- two of three
Republicans Will join the Demo Democrats,
crats, Democrats, thua tiermittina the riemiv

erats to organize the Senate.
In the California assembly, the
Democratsvhave. 35, members and

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TTS PANAMA AMTRICAS AX IXDErEXDENT DAILT NIWS?AM

FACT 1

13 Vehicles In Gollision;
One Killed, 33 Injured

NEW BRUNSWICK, NX Aug. driven by T. W. Kendrllk, of Wild Wild-2
2 Wild-2 (UP) ; Thirteen vehicles, in- wood, NJ.

eluding two buses jammed w ith! Fog on to turnpike has been a;
passengers, eollided in log cover-problem since it opened. Beiausei

ine the Vasifone Bridge on the, of Several lhain-realuon rrashes

Neff Jersey Turnpike one -mile In recent years, turnpike author

f

porth of here yesterday. I
One person was killed and at
least 33 others were injured, two
crlticaJy, in the pileup on the su superhighway.
perhighway. superhighway. Eleven v e h i e 1 e s
crashed in the northbound lane,
while two others collided in the

outhbound lane.; t
' William Parker, 38, of Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. D. C, who was killed,, was
riding in one of the buses. -'
-Thirteen of those treated for 'In-;
Juries were hospitalized. In critl-;
cal condition were Donald Engle-

berg.17. of Memphis. renn.,mul'

' tiple bruises and possible fractures
of both lees: and John Fullmer,

, 87, of Warren, Va., severe head in in-;
; in-; juries. "' 1; V'""'; -v

State police said the series of
collisions, eaused by cotton-thick
fog on the bridge that 'spans the
'Raritan River, involved a Grey Grey-hound
hound Grey-hound bus, a Trailways bus, two
pickup trucks', three tractor-trailers,
a station wagon, four cars and
an oil tanker. ' r
At least 17 persons aboard the

Trailways bus were brought to

, Middlesex and St. Peters hospitals

here. It was carrying 23 passen

gers. State police said the 20 pas pas-.
. pas-. were only shaken up. V
. aengers aboard the Greyhound bus
Were only shaken up. 1
State trooper; William Anthony
said the collisions, which occurred
with a : "terrific bang-bang-bang,"

were touched off when one of the

Dickuo trucks and the station wa

con crashed in the northbound

- aJougias Gungling',U of Philadel-

, phia, driver of the Greyhound,
stopped his bus a few feet from

the wreckage. The bus' was hit
from the, rear by a tractor-trailer
driven by Jack L. Fullbright,, of

Hi finite. N.C.

The Trailways- bus driven by

' Fullmer, next on the scene, also

stoDoed. but was rammed from

r-'md by another tractor-trailer

driven by Charles Hojnowskl, of
i iiuauelDaia. Seconds later, four

cars and another pickup truck pil
d inton the wreckage.) -v,i i

- In the southbound lane where
traffic had slowed to a crawl be because
cause because of the fog, state police said

George Cephas,, 42, driver or a
tractor-trailer owned by Lester 0.
. Newton Trucking Co., of Bridge Bridge-water,
water, Bridge-water, De., attempted to pass sev

eral cars. The tractor-trailer plow-

ties had considered shutting down
the superhighway in bad weather.
Instead, they cut speed to about
35 miles an hour during fog or

other adverse weather conditions.'
Parker's death was the 115th i
fatality on the turnpike since it

was opened in 1951.

Jla$$en Bsghs :
Picking Up Pieces

.01 Polilicsl Career

SAN FRANCISCO. Aue. 24 (UP)

Harold E! Stassen the humpty-

dumpty of the 1956 Republican
convention,, began picking up the
pieces of his shattered political

career today.

"The erstwhile "boy wonder" of

GOP politics appeared, confident

he could put them together again

But there was some q u s t i o n

whether the party as a whole would

accept the olive branch he tender

ed at Wednesday night a conven

tion session.! (

Stassen was in the position of a
man who not only backed the

wrong horse but ... a horse that

never even got to the post.

" Vice President Richard M. Nix Nixon,
on, Nixon, the man he had tried to keep
off the ticket, was unanimously
renominated. Gov., Christian A.
Herter of Massachusetts, the man

he. supported as Nixon's replace replacement,
ment, replacement, put Nixon's name in nomi-i
nation. Stassen seconded Nixon's
nomination.-
That should be enough to sink
any ordinary politician. But Stas Stassen
sen Stassen has a way of keeping his head
above even the roughest water.
,,-. ;.
A lot could depend on how the
Eisenhower-Nixon ticket fares in
the November election. If it fails
to measure up to the 1952 stand standard,
ard, standard, Stassen,, who warned that
Nixon would cost the ticket votes,
might begin to look like a prophet.
,. '.J:A ,'.:' : '"'
He planned to beein mending

the damage by reporting back to
work in Washington. Monday as
President Eisenhower's disarma

ment adviser. He had taken a 30 30-day
day 30-day leave from that post to wage

Fei:rl RcserYe
C::rd Hayes To Cul
Inllslbniry Trend :
WASHINGTON, Aug. 24 Uf) -!
The Federal Reserve Board today
took a major step to-heid off in inflationary
flationary inflationary tendencies in the 'na 'nation's
tion's 'nation's economy.
It ordered four of Its major
regional banks to raise discount
rates to. three per cent tomorrow.
The action automatically will, tigh tighten
ten tighten credit.' ?

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RECENTLt APPOINTED to the rank of captain In the V..S..
Nary, Williams JE. Lewis, (left) to congratulated by Rear Adm.
Clarence L. Atkeson, Commandant, 15th Naval District.
Lewis, who has been serving; on the staff of Admiral Atkeson
as assistant chief of staff for operations, received hla appoint
ment early this week. (Official tTJEL "Navy Ttioto) ;
: ' .' ". -1 l 1 1 .

d into the rear of the oil tanker his dump-Nixon campaign

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Directed to make x the change

were the Federal Reserve banks
at New York, Philadelphia, Chi Chicago
cago Chicago and Richmond, Va. They

hiv hpn rhirmnir 1 Mr rent

on the loans they make to mem-'!
ber commercial banks. ; i

The Federal Reserve banks at.

Minneapolis and San Francisco
have been charging three per cent!,
discount rates since last April. I

It was expected the Federal Re-1

serve .Board soon will direct its
remaining six .member banks a a-cross
cross a-cross the country to adopt the same
high- rate. '.: ' v'- ,,
The board's action was certain
to touch off criticism, possibly
from both J political' parties. The
Democrats have- charged the Re Republican
publican Republican administration has fa favored
vored favored high interest rates to bene benefit
fit benefit "the few.'r ."T ..-.. K

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Administration leaders .publicly
disagreed with the board's deci decision
sion decision last April to raise discount
rates charged by the San Francis Francisco
co Francisco and Minneapolis banks.. Only
recently Commerce Secretary Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair Weeks said a further tighten tightening
ing tightening of credit was not needed
"right now." - w
Today's order was 'the "sixth
since April 1955, raiting' discount
rates in the Federal Reserve
system." ". ,
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Its effect is to force commercial
banks to raise their interest rates
on money they lend to businesses
and individuals. The increased in interest
terest interest xate frequently blocks loans
for "marginal" borrowers or caus causes
es causes others to postpone planned busi business
ness business expansion. .' 1

Publicity Aims
To Curb Accidents
involving Kids
COLUMBUS. 0. (UP) -In a

move to curb traffic accidents in involving
volving involving children, .--tv Columbus
Citizen each day prints a box on

the front page giving the latest jthem with Geiger counters to see

sumsucs on irauic acviucuis in- . .. .

The box contains a running ac

count of the total number of kids

injured and the name or names of

the latest victims and the nature

of the accident.

DAVIS, Calif. (UP) University

of California scientists- are prac practically
tically practically making lightning bugs out
of houseflies to tee where, they

gO, : r--: -t'-." .i

The scientists seasoned sugar

fly food with radioactive ihos ihos-nhatet.
nhatet. ihos-nhatet. Then they .tripped flies

M other locations and tested

with the "hof fwxU

They expained that the idea was
to determine the feasibility of iden identifying
tifying identifying the source of a fly nuisance

by means of radioisotopes.

CLEVELAND, 0, (UP).
Every race is televised during the
44-day meeting at Randall Parte"
here.-' -.
Home viewers cannot see: the
raceshowever, the television -ia
strictly closed-circuit.
Ten receiving sets are placed at
strategic, points throughout the,
grandstand club house and Turf)
Club. They receive the same pic
tures which are recorded on film
for the track stewards for use in
determining the validity of foul
claims. ,4

U;i Command ;
Denies Red Charges
On Plans Flights
. MUNSAN, Korea, Aug. 24 (UP)
The United Nations command
said today Communist allegations

mat allied aircraft flew over Red Red-held
held Red-held territory July l and 2 were
"falft charges for propaganda pur purposes."
poses." purposes."
V. S. Navy Capt John B. Fel Fellows
lows Fellows Jr. spoke for the U. N..at the
154th meeting of the secretariat of
the Korean military armls t i c e
commission. -
He said throueh lnvestisratlon

showed "There were no United
Nations command aircraft in the
air at the times and vicinities your
side alleged the violations occur

red.'
" i ' ,v
'Your charges are, "therefore,
denied," he told the Communists.
VYour practice of making false
charges for propaganda 'purposes
again reveals your abuse of the
armistice agreement."
Since the armistice the Commu Communists
nists Communists have charged 509. air viola

tions. The U. N. has admitted 32
violations and charged the Commu
nists with 60, none of which the
Reds have admitted.

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. COMMANDER IN EUROPE
-French Army General Jean-
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i Mmmandep of Allied Forces in
i CentraLtirope. The announce announce-i
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BOGOTA,' Colombia', Aug. 24 -(UPjThe
newspaper Intermedio
reported yesterday that quadru quadruplet
plet quadruplet girls jyer born this week to
Mrs. Teres lAriza, u itm worn worn-;n
;n worn-;n in south" Santander nrovlnce
ho already had three children.
" A doctor said both inothev and

caugnters fe dqing well.

James Farley
Has Emergency
Eye Operation
: NEW YORK, Aug. 24 (CP) -An

emergency operation was p e r r-formed
formed r-formed ori former postmaster Gen General
eral General James(A: Farley yesterday to

vw.v.irv M l U,ltl J tULIVIVU ITUVU 117
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the Manhattan Eyc Ear and
Throat Hospital.

Farley, chairman of the Cocal
Cola Export Corp.), was struck wn-T
Intentionally when a delegate hurl hurled
ed hurled a sccrecard Into the air after!
Adlai E. Stevenson was nominated!
for president, !.
The injury was pot believed se-j
r ious at first, but tne condition of I
the ey became so critical that j
doctors recommended surgery. J t

The Washington

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There are six assembly districts
now' held by Republicans where
the Democrats have a substantial
majority of the registration.
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farm near here was foundafter

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 24 (UPV (UPV-The
The (UPV-The Agriculture Department pre predicted
dicted predicted yesterday that fanners' in income
come income will go up this year lor the
first time since 195L
The announcement is bound to
supply political ammunition for
Republicans who have been under
Democratic fire because of skid skidding
ding skidding farm prices.
Acting Agriculture Secretary
True D. Horse forecast the hike
in net income will come from
higher arm prices in the second
half of the year plus the 300 mil million
lion million dollars farmers are getting
under President JEIsenhower's
'soil bank" plan this year. r
He did not say how much of a
tise is expected. Farmers' net in income
come income last year totaled 11.3 billion

The department said farm pro-

auction expenses : wm vuuuuuc
the upswing but gross income in
1956 will be sufficiently large to
- boost the net "a little ibove" last
:. year's total ',s: '"
- The RepubflcanNaaohal rCon rCon-ventioh
ventioh rCon-ventioh in San "Francisco tad a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted a campaign platform pledg pledging
ing pledging Anntinilntinn. rtf th flexible

price support program and a long

. list of measures caiciuaiea ro uei-
' tap jmnHitlnnr mi American farm.

The Agriculture Department re reported
ported reported .farmers' cash marketing

receipts jot ine nrsi seven monus
f thil vnar at 14 3 hillion dollars.

i slightly above the figure for the
corresponding period last year.
Prices declined three per cent
1 th .overt mnntha hut the trend

was offset by an increase in goods

marnetea. ;
French General

IG'.!:d As Two -1 ;
ALGIERS "Au2. 24 (UP) -Two

French military planes collided o-i
ver west Algeria yesterday. kiDihg.

Gen. Fernand Besancon ana six
other fliers,
Besancon was the third top
French officer to die in air crash crashes
es crashes in French North Africa since

194T. Marshal Philippe Lederc de
Hauteclocque crashed, in the Saha Sahara
ra Sahara Desert in 1947 and Gen. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Duval, commander-in-chief

in Morocco; "crashed m tne Atias
' mountains one' year ago Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday VJu,V '. i v

The army said yesterday's-crash
occurred nine miles south of Mas Mascara,
cara, Mascara, which is 50 miles southeast

of Oran.
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Colombia Seeks
LcanTn Cuild
Subvc Systc.i
BOGOTA. Colombia, Aug; .24

mp) The newspaper Diario de

Colombia reported yesterday : that
authorities here are seeking, a 204

million dollar loan to finance a

proposed subway system.

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57 British
I .statesman
88 Best friends
59 Worm
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40 Kitchen tool
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IMPROVING ALFALFA

6 Deaths Caused

By Raging Floods
In West Austria

INNSBRUCK." Austria. Aug. 24-

(UP) Floods from three days of

torrential rain, have caused six
deaths in Austria's western pro provinces.
vinces. provinces. The Vienna weather bureau
yesterday predicted "further hea-

vy rains and thunderstorms. i
Four persons drowned-when the
storm -overturned a smau boat in
which they were trying to escape
their flooded farm in the Zulertal

Valley of the Tyrol. Army Sgt,
Emil Wechselbefger, 22. died try

ing to save them. The sixth victim
was an 80-year-old farm wife who
died of a heart attack when flood
waters suprised.her in her. home

Wednesday. 1 -s
BELIEVE IN SIGNS k

LINCOLN, Neb. UP) In Insecticides
secticides Insecticides are ; deadly to insect
pests and to humans too unless
handled with tare. Safety experts
at the University of Nebraska said

the v manufacturers insirucuuua
should be followed to the letter,
even if the Insecticides, are being

used for just a few seconas.

Our USED CAR VALUES

DAVIS.. Calif. MUPV- "'Africa

alfalfa, the main variety grown in
California's Imperial Valley, Is un undergoing
dergoing undergoing major improvement to
withstand; new pests and plant dis diseases.
eases. diseases. Research along this line
is being done by an agronomist
on the Davis campus of the Uni University
versity University of California.

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(ALL KINDS)
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JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama -5V
Write Box L. Balboa, C.z.
Hours 8 to, 12. 4:30 to 5
Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon.
After hours Pan 3-7050
Educational. Life
Automobile. Fire, etc.
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TRANSPORTE5 BAAiar..
P.ckars Shlpp vrj
Phon., 2.2451 2 2562
PANAMA HIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jipit CliMM
3 t 5 a.m. 2-2451
r ay appointmtm.
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McUvy Machine MMf
Steam Bath an lemala
ORTOPEDIA NACIONAL
At. Jwfa Anwemena
SCHOIX trained ChlropadUt
TOURIST NQTJ
OBLIVION, u. tur;
TemtQ,,wiU w.
i.ifi.r att-amtron-- between .A.C.V-
sfcne and Oblivion, two small
towns in the Black Hills.
MAKi EXTRA MONET Big Cash
froflta TuU or apart Time SaU Per Perianal
ianal Perianal Christmas cards U for US fl.H
-Nam Imprinted. Sample free. Also
iS beautiful box assortments. Write
Air MaU CYPHERS CARD CO, It
W. Bona It. Buffala, NX
Learn 5 dance) for $15
Cha-Cha-Cha Mertnaoe Mam Mam-bo
bo Mam-bo Foxtrot Tense etc.
Studio Knights f Columbus Club,
Harnett & dunn
l OR SALE:
Tuf Diesel Steel S-(ot Dlim
12 Flash covered deck Pilot
House Single Stack Leaftb
45ft. Beam' .12' S J In. Depth
1' 1 I I'1 Excellent mechanical
- conditions. Antoe Elsenman,
next to Cora Cola Flaat. Fheae
1-281 or t'-4nS.
1954 Willis Station Wagon
hi food v condition. Price
$1,500 ''jisy terms. Call
Eisenmann phone 2-4505i
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
. Quotailona by ...
f ; ARUS. aUTVSSI ASSOCIATES
'Bid Ash
Atiattolr HaclonaX..... 15
Banc, flduclarl 41S
Blokmlfon ,.
Cemento Psnama ....... TS .'- 75.50
Ctrvecela Naciona) ...rll
Chiricana da teche 11 C
Clayc '45 i
Coca Cola ISO
Cuentaa Comercialee
Prel with Com. ..... ISI
DasUladora Nadonal ... .' 1 14
Financlera IsUnefi ',
, Prat with Com. ..... 10 t
Fnsnzs, AA I ':
' jFret with Com, ...... Its
s uerza j lux rrex. ... 47 ll , 1
sjerza j Lux Com. ... SO ,'
Hoteles lnter4mr',-!caroa. IS
General d 8fdroa II
Panamana da Acettaa
Panamefia da Flbraa ... SS
Panamefla d Seguroa ,. S tt i
Panamefia da Tabac .. 10 llll
Teatro Bellavtsta 1st
Teatro Central. ,V tt
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Household

FOR SALil 5 CAdpa7S'
ftiiararan.S K fW, 60-yel,
ftaasar tot ihalvMar. CaR La-
(na &5J r I
FOR SALI Chintt livinf raem
ana dininf room tuitai. Call att attar
ar attar 4 p.m. 2-243.
. FOR SALE: G0I4 jaal fleat mts
china: tat'ubf,' Vxl, pelitki)
naw condition, $39. Phon Cu
auadu 4,l,t..Qtrt.2m.A.V t-'
FOR SALE: Larfa mahogany
bed with a pringa and mattran,
$85. Phen lalbaa 1723,
FOR SALE: Living room tat,
radi. ihaif drawer! with mirrar, ;
raiding) bads, trvnki, kitchen ca ca-binat.
binat. ca-binat. RaaiMabl offer. Panama
3-6636. Via EiptAa 1 17, up-
ataira.
FOR SALE: Mihofany doubl
. : bdl with aw ptinf fr maHrati.
$79;' Hollywd mthogany bada
'.with juw tpripf ftymaHrfM $59,
' mAaflaJfalwith 4w 'pri'V
mattraaa $39; metal chatH of
, drawara $14.50; mahogany din dining
ing dining tabl b 4 chain $49; mod mod-j
j mod-j arp .jidaboardf, mibegjny 135;
: caftapaa, iaw,(witb'iattrai $35;
Rattan living room chain $25;
Simmoni innarapring mattraiia
iy,ttt4tk$l$; linolaumi,
all tixai, (rm $6.95; living room
(ti from $89. 10 t 20
diicupt p all aih purchaia.
Eaty paymenti.: Immediate deliv-"
ary. Exchange furniture. HOUSE HOUSEHOLD
HOLD HOUSEHOLD IXCHANGt, National A A-venua
venua A-venua No. 41. Phon 3-4911.
FOR SALE: Ratten lounge chair
with (oat resf ; alio iMprted. win winter
ter winter Clothing jtor gid aga four and
lg nine.' Thorie 'Balboa
2815
Ccme And Cef Us Us-$ay
$ay Us-$ay Cyprus Rebels
NICOSIA, rvnru. aiio- a
fiV1) tA'-0? P"ft.rebe!A.. turned
today and threatened to resume
flehtlBir unles. th. ,. ttlrh.
The British surrendeTinla.
announced last night, were
scattered in leaflets throughout
the, isllnd today. But vea, as
Jeeps and, "planes distributed
them, the EOAK underground.
repuea wiin leanets or its own.1
The EOKA leaflets appear
td in LiiffasQ Hd Nicosia,
They were signed by "DigheB "DigheB-,'
,' "DigheB-,' the nwe 'n'ed by -the un un-detground
detground un-detground deader iel'eved to
be GeorgeGrfvas, a British- ;
trained Greek army colonel,
27th th' wretched -1 surrender
order is not withdrawn and neg negotiations
otiations negotiations on the basis pf Arch Archbishop
bishop Archbishop .MakarlQS' terms ,arei not
begun, I will rAume freedom of
action,.' Dlghenls waniodi n w
The "DlRhenis" leaflet was
headed vvictors ilo not surren surrender."
der." surrender." "One. before in- Greek iiaw
tory," It -declared, "when the
enemy demanded the SDrrfn SDrrfn-eMXI&Dli&tSl
eMXI&Dli&tSl SDrrfn-eMXI&Dli&tSl Ther;
rrepylae in the 5th century,
B.C., the enemy got one re reply:
ply: reply: No, come and get ns.
"As military commander of
the flf htllMpsteAAt Dhnoleb my
reply to tlSfcfrfmerit'i, Jur Jur-render
render Jur-render order Is 'No, come and
get us.'
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Antomobiles
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FOR SALE. 1953 Buiclc ;Rie- -ra,
wtw tirai, 16,000 imilet.
Phan 5-575, noun 9 ajri'te
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FOR SALE. 1951 Mercury !2- f
door, radi. O.O., excellent co. t
dition. Qtrt 690, Curund Mtt. ''"
83-7102. ( ;
FOR SALE: 1949 Cadillac, ex ex-callent
callent ex-callent condition, $450. Tamil -'f
available or trade for photogra photographic
phic photographic equipment. Army 84.2249
vtninga. -".fit -i
FOR SALE: 1952 Vauxhall.
Must sell immediately, leaving
country. Lowly priced. 5 2nd
Street No 5, apartment N.i.
; FOR SALE: 1951 CryW
H.T. Convertible, absolutely per-'
; fact mechanical condition,' fully
quippad. Call Navy 3742.1 1 r
FOR RENT. Fully furniehed 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom apartment, spacious,
cool. Hot water, screens, tele telephone,
phone, telephone, linen. diihM. at f.l.
t lent neighborhood. Available
September 1st. 3-0438,2-1591.
FOR RENT Furnished apart-.
.: ment. Available Sept. 1, $65 and
utilities. Phone 3-3360 daytime,
2-1890 night. f lj
FOR RENT. Cool, ejult. three,
bedroom apartment p top floor.
Two principal bathrooms, hot
water heater, large living; room
and dining roam, maid's: foom
with doers, etc.. Every plaaibl
onvninev$150. Phonal Pin Pin-ama
ama Pin-ama 3-0763 or 2-0027.1
tOH SALE: 1955 Pontia Sta Station
tion Station Wagon, hydramatk. Phen
Coco Solo 8618. 1 I
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FOR SALE-1952 Ford 4 -door
sedan Customline 6-eyl. Radio, t
good fires, excellent condition.
1 t
rnone Balboa 1464.
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FOR SAI mi, ?'
.ny nearer, ana owner. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-3780.
SALE Hot Rods. W hav
152 Pontiac chassis with a
48 Cadillac motor. Very
Jhaap. Smoot t Parades, Lot
"Number One.
ALOHA Jere Wright; !20,
University of HawaU junior,
will represent the Islands vt
the 'Miss America" beauty
contest at Atlantic Ci'y. tJ,
later this summer, : ;
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Danny Kaf e's latest "The Gal Jestsr"
ccdairaed moji lavish end hilarbus

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as a great entertainer, has made many funny films in the
past, but promising to top them all in hilarity and lavish
production In his newest comedy, "THE COURT JESTER,"
Which OPENS ON WEDNESDAY 29 AT THE CENRAL.

Miscellaneous

;i ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANCON, CX
.' BOX 1211. CRISTOBAU C.Z.
.FORSLE
- Miscellaneous
fOR SALE? On 25-gallo gaa
water heater "Horstream.". Call
Panama 3-0710. 1
FOR SALE.- Materbik Excel-.
;' Ior, like new, 2000 mile $150.
Small upright piano, nice condi-'
tjoa $25Q. Phana 83-3208.
fOR SALE: Espey "Overture"
amplifier, 3 speakers, far us :
with recerd player, 60-cycleTnew
$50. House 0426-B, Ancon. V.
,.. FOR SALE: 1948 Chryilar 4 4-..
.. 4-.. door, (-ply tires. 38,000 miles
f, only, radio, .ew seat covers
,$325. Rubber raft like new $5.
.Animal cag 4x4 S3. B-ft. lad
der, incidentals. Call 83-4144.
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel-pups.
Call 3-3119 from 8 Am. to 4
p.m., 3-2779 from 5 t 8 p.m. :'
., -j FOR SALE: Kiosco m Csrras-
: ? guilla, bargain pric. House 486
Lourdes Street, entrance Sa
Fernanda Clinic ;
WANTED :r-Good homes far 4
kittens 6 weeks eld, playful,
healthy. Phone 2-4130.
J FOR SALE Admiral 24"'mh.
'. (,ol television set, 60 cyci
I t7nn r.11 ri.wb.. atai .-.ft.
: FOR SALE: 17-Inch 60-eycl.
TV completely racenditiened with
atand $140; baby car bed $8.
Call Clayton 5237. -
Cosl 01 Living'
jL'nipsTo Rcccrd
WASHtNTrTON. Aut?. 24 rtTPW
ThA rnnt nf livlno inmnprf tn a naw
record high for the sevwui straight
month in Julv. the enveinmpnt an
nounced today.
The .rise means pay hikes rang
ing from three to five cents an
hour for 1,250,000 (O- auto, air aircraft
craft aircraft and farm equipment work
ers.-' '
' The Labor Department's Bureau
of Labor Statistics reported that
tne consumer price index rose by
seven-tenths of the one per cent
between June and July, This
boosted it to 117 per cent of aver
age 194749 prices.
The Bureau said food prices
were the biggest factor in tne o o-verall
verall o-verall increase but that prices of
all other major classes of goods
and' services also increased.
The Increase means auto work
ers' wages will go up four cents
an hour at the beginning of Sep September
tember September and that the wages of
farm eouioment and aircraft
workers will rise from three ar
five cents and rour. The pay of
tnese workers is tied, to the con consumer
sumer consumer price index under cost-of-living
escalator clauses in their
wage contracts.
The Julv cost of living Increase
was the same as the jump be
tween way and June. They were
the largest month-month increas increases
es increases since- early 1951 during the Ko
rean war. -s ,r

FOR RENT;
Apartments C

ATTENTION C. LI Just built
modern furnished apartments, I.
2 adrmv hat, cold a t s,
Phana Panama 3-4941.
FOR. RENT. Furnished 2-bed-rcom
apartment, two bathrooms,
ate. 48th Street N. 27. Phono
2-2504 or 3-6097.
FCft RENT- ALHAMBRA
APARTMENTS furnished ar un un-1
1 un-1 1 urnished, tile floon, cedar doe-
t, Venetian blinds,' enclosed
gardens. Telephone 1386 Colo.
FOR RENT. Unfurnished mad mad-'
' mad-' era apartment in exclusive E(
Cangre jo": residential district: 2
bedrooms, sitting dining riom,
; maid's roam, 2 baths, kitchen,
garage porch, $100. "Caracas"
Building, G Street No. 2. Se
D Castro.. Avenu B No. 24.
Phn 2-1616. n.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart,
ment with refrigerator, conveni conveniently
ently conveniently situated. Via B. Porras N.
.112, near Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT-Furnished madern
apartment, screened, military in.
epected, one and two bedrooms.
5 minutes from Zen. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-3065. i
FOR RENT: Apartment, 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom completely furnished with.'
furniture for sale. F Street, Can-'
trefa, Csp San Jo,. Apt. 4.
3-422. v
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apart-f
f apart-f ment ate, acrosr from Hotel E
Panama. Inguir Via Espaiia 106,
Apt. 5.
FOR RENT.' A two-bedroom
furnished apartment with garag :
.and maid's room. Corner of 51st
Street and Federic Boyd. Call
phon 3-3350. :
Paraiso Sports
Things are getting hot in the
Mauneio male volleyball league
being conducted in Paraiso for
male participants. Three of j the
six teams Whirlpool, The Braves,
and D.C. squads seem to be the
teams to beat in the circuit.
' The Whirlpool aggregation
which dropped the Conhfle Boys
Wednesday night, now leads the
field with four victories and one
defeat. This outfit is followed hy
the Braves and the D. C. teams,
both having three wins against one
defeat. D.C. moved into a tie for
second place with the Braves
Wednesday evening by virtue of
a triumph over the Junior College
squad.
While losing two contests against
two loses, the Salem Team appears
to be finding shape and may well
be among the .big Three Midway
through the season. This bunch of
busy, youngsters nave displayed
rare apuity m, their last two out
ings.i',s- .j,::,:,,,..;.;...,., j..
In the Cerveceria Nacional girls
circuit, the Golden City Gals play-,
ing under the leadership of Carol
Proverbs hav been settina the
pace winning all three of their en-j
counters since the inception of the
league. In their recnet engagement
Wednesday evening, they spanked
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ine juaaria eigni ior uieir undis undisputed
puted undisputed position in the league,
The Mariposas team led by Ele
na Lyder stands on the second
berth, haying won three engage
ments wnne dropping their only
contests to tne league leaders. :
Playground Sports
-" NEWS FROM ANCON
Before a good sized crowd at An
con gymnasium, George Mercier
of Cristobal "A'k League stole the
show in the Invitational Free
Throw Tournament. George amaz amazed
ed amazed everyone with his steady pace
and cool head as he made 23, out
of 25 throws.
The most exciting match of the
day was between Keith Kenway of
Margarita and Buzzy Rathgaber of
BaiDoa, in tne L category. The
first 25 shots were.tid. Trying to
nreaa the deadlock: with live' ex
tra, they were still tied. Keith edg
ed Buzzy in second extra time,, r
During the terrific battle,. Fred
Raybourne, Balboa coach,' was
biting his .nails with every shot;
. The following are the first and
second place winners- in each
league with their. respective
scores: '1
"A" League Mercier, George 2S
for' 25 Cristobal 1st. t
"A" League Kirkland, Lem 13
for 25 Balboa 2nd.
"B" League McLain, Jim IS for
25 Margarita 1st.
"B" League Pearson, Jack 14
for 25 Diablo 2nd. ' 1
C" League Kenway, Keith; 13
for 25 Margarita 1st (2-5) 2-5).
"C" Leaeue Rathnahfr Rnzzv
13 for 25 Balboa 2nd (2-5) 1-5).
-u League Chin, Richard 16
for 25 Cristobal 1st, ... ';-
"D" LeaBim Crnnan TnhH 11 tar
25 Margarita 2nd. '.
n. League Lombano, Louis 18
for 25 Balboa 1st.
"E" Iatll Noivall Alfrn 17
for 25 Ancon 2nd. i

Wonted to Buy

WANTED: Smooth tins, suit suitable
able suitable for reconstruction "Recoa "Recoa-structora
structora "Recoa-structora Nacwnal," Peru Av.
No. 7, Phana 2-0406.
FOR RENT
Misrellaneons
FOR RENT Cemmercial local
($90) and modern, caol I -bad-'
room apartment ($75). Across
from Hotel El Panama. Apply
Fot Nalcan In same Vicinity.
Phane 3-1179 or 3-6082.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 1 8-ft. auxiliary
sloop "Mitxi." Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Call Robert Harris, Albrook
2166 after 3:30 p.m.
Crislcbil Winner 1
lii 1955 Simmer
VolIaybzII Tourney
" Mflrtrnrita CVmnOcinm nrtt. aaanr.
--ci bj aimMiM nno exi-viic
Wednesday of the 1956 Summer
vuueyuau iourname.nt. Cristobal
uuiiurs oy aeieaimg au en
trants in the girls, boys, and mix
ed contests. .
-Beginning the morning events
the Cristohal oaU Hafastail tk.
Margarita lassies In the first two
games out of the three, to cop the
chamDlnnshin in tha
s .......a, K,,, ,uv i viiivia m in-
visiop. The winner's nlaced on the
floor A. Brede, L. Duhon, S. Beck,
D.'HickeV'M Mnrlant P- Caltar
J. Swicegood, H. Lee, T. Connard,1
D. Humphreyand S. Motta. Mar Margarita's
garita's Margarita's team consisted of K. O' O'Brien,
Brien, O'Brien, LStevens, M. u Donohue,'
M. Johnson W. Cotton, A. Field,!
v. oauueis, ana a. Morales.
The other court was the scene
for the men's division in volley volleyball
ball volleyball between Ancon and Margari Margarita,
ta, Margarita, with the Cristobal lads drawing
thebye Ancon came out on top
in, hoth games against Margarita
to enter the finals with Cristobal.
The, Ancon players were S. Allan,
W. Camp, S. Toussieh, T. Bright,
M. Rodriguez, F. Bright, G. Coc Coc-ca,
ca, Coc-ca, R. Culbreth, and P. Delgado.
The Margarita Six had D. Nolan,
B. Hayes, D. Corrigan, D. Bruce,
K. Stone, and S. Newhard, as team
members. ,, V ;". ;v w
' Cristobal SPllin tnnlr hnnnr. n
defeating Ancon in the first two
games to be champions in the
men's division. The winning team
had J. Brackios. K. Razan a
Sabprio, B. Cox, E. Pabon, B.
Lowe, C. Brackins; A. Chong, and
G-. Duhon, as players.
The final games of the day was
a mixed contest between Margari Margarita
ta Margarita and Cristobal. Maraarito lnt tn
Cristobal to give the latter their
imra cnampwnship, The t e a m m-matea
matea m-matea for Crietnhal A pr.
" n. nww . W LU,
G. Duhon, D. Humphrey, B. Cox,
lj. niticy, a. Lowe, a. saDorio,
S. Beck. J. BraclcinK anrl R fnt.
U. Margarita players were W.
oiion, a. aione M. oonohue, S.
Newharrl. C. Kanrlare Ti Yvn-u,.
A. Field and E. Morales.
NO SWEAT The World's la
. a sweat overEgypt'a seizure of
the Suez Canal, but ex-King
Farouk doesn't seem to be both bothered
ered bothered as he continues, on the
Anzio beach of Italy, the lux
urious life he's led since bis
exile ( in July, 1952. But ,a
spokesman said Egypt's former
ruler hopes President Nasser
-will. soon be out and FarouJk
back in again.

RESORTS

Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the bast bathing beach m
the Republic with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderat prices. The :
naw management ia anxious to
aarv yn. .. .- --.- .y
BEACHSIDE vacatiaa Santa CU CU-ra.
ra. CU-ra. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
' Phon Thompson Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Ocnid Crttat,
Sent Clara. Bax 435, Bathe.
-Phon Panama 1-1877. Crista- (
1 3-1673.
"FOSTER'S COTTAGES and larg
beach hows. On mil past Ca Ca-sin.
sin. Ca-sin. Phan Balba 1866.
Visit II Valla Ceuntry Club Cald
climate. Naw administration.
Swimming peel, konebsck, rid-
'Ing.
FOR RENT
' Rooms
FOR RENTh-3-bdroom chalet,
living room, dining ream, spa spacious
cious spacious kitchen, wash tubs, parch,
garage, $100. Phon 3-1209.
FOR RENT: -a Furnished nam
with private bath, balcony, to
lady. Via Espaiia N. 3, Phon
3-461$ daytime. f
FOR SALE
Real Estata
FOR SALE OR RENT: 3-bed-rem
chalet, living ream, dining
room, parch, garage, terrace,
maid's ream with hath,, garde
and fruit trees. Rant $11$, Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-5647. t ;

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LUCKY BUYER SPECIAL!
'51 PACKARD Fordor' -'
Automatic Transmission $. 695.

'55 DODGE 100 Loaded--Convertible .. $2,495.
. ;54 FORD Mainline "6" Ford-O-Motic
, ... ; Tudor. ..... 1,395.
'53 FORD Custom Ford-O-Motic
; """.'.V Fordor .... -1,295.
'55 HUDSON Super Jet New Paint. :
Fordor 995.
'52 BUICK Rivera Super Coupe 1,195.
'52 Studebaker Some value! Fordor , ..; 795.
'51 FORD Victoria Coupe 795.
'53 Vauxhall.ExcellentSliapWordor ..... 695.

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Supreme Court Asked To Overturn
Dtcisloii On Segregated Ala. Buses
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' WASHINGTON, Aug 24 (UP) -'state and city laws requiring sep sep-The:
The: sep-The: Supreme Court was asked arate seating ol the races are un-

IA' JEWELRY WA1U1LS, LKtA I LU a I Jin pL.LtVi ?
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,"-Jl.r--J011Iii ordered both the

laai OUliaweu Htm e.e . ,
.w. .tt k..e. of Mmrtpnmerv.. Montgomery -Board f 'Commis-

on uic v - j i..,iK,m. Pnhlie

MUI1C13 auu muvmium

Ala.

A boycott of the bus system vyciYKv wiuhu r --r

.-Montgomery negroes- ras oeen in u t ,r

tr. mttnw mn nc rnpv wan

. derisioVin a specithree-judge' -Yesterday's' appeals were filed)

by State Attorney. lienerai hob
Patterson for the tommisaion.

The court, now in recess, con con-tenesJor
tenesJor con-tenesJor the 1956-57 term on Oct.
i i win nnt art in the esse until

th other nartles- to the lawsuit

VMBllv '
Patterson argued that the state
commission has htver sought to
enforce segregation on Montgome-

- Tli hiukiiiil nf )liiiliicfrintiult. il.rriili law rfflM ItOt SODIV tO

1.11! St fr Bluseed' it 1 out early vehicles oreratinf wholly within

ywterday with South African city limits. :

millwnaire over a remark made w

OIliMCyr
Trcii Fiilltdj

US VEGAS, Netir Au. 24 (UP)

his shapely wife, i

Principals in the battle at a ca ca-,
, ca-, sino 1-estaurant were Ted Jordan
husband of Miss. St. Cyr, and De De-v
v De-v rek Goodman, who has been link link-4
4 link-4 ed romantically, with Hungarian'
film star Zsa Zsa Gabor, ; ;
' Goodman. 37. emereed from the

. i brawl with a black eye while the

53-year-old Jordan had a cut lip.
.. Bystanders said Goodman sat
I 'lfoun with Miss St.' Cvt at the

restaurant between her,! appear

ances here in her strip act. jor-
dan walked up and a few minutes
later ha was heard Shouting.

' "How dare you talk to tny wife

"lit. 4ht ;

Goodman was reported to have
' renlied. "If she 'were mv" wife I

r wouldn't leave her sitting her a a-lone."
lone." a-lone." K In th scuffle,, the pair crashed
J Into a chuck wagon and were en-
veloped in the contents of two
, bowls of saladi The fight was bro-
ke up by casino guards.
Neither Goodman nor Jordan
5 would discuss ,thes brawl after afterwards.'
wards.' afterwards.' Goodman kaid, "We had a
i battle It's all ovei,"

it aid. the lower court itself

recognized this fact but said in

volvement ot tne siaie comnu-wuu
in tre-case "would be harmless., i
even if erroneoui.' ;

- "We most emphatically d i
rmio Patterson aald. V

U. nnntenHeH that the COmltliS-

,11V. v v ww -

court orders ana me cosis ui r

pealing them. -v-' ,V f
v..k .rannl that the federal

court had no jurisdiction in the

situation. But he said even if n
did it should havs held off until
th constitutionality of the laws
were tested jn state courts.
Knabe said the bus facilities
were unauestionably eaual for both

races. He chanengca tne com complaint
plaint complaint that enforced, separation is

a violation of tne "equal protec protection
tion protection of the laws" guaranteed in. the
14th Amendment. ;. ;
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. "The Intangible factors which
tt, Cnnri.ma C. liiirt. considered

.UC W"tf ;
most relevant Ja the school segre segregation
gation segregation cases are not, present with
equal force in ,; JWj bus -case,"
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S? -wma At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight'
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" J Pn A John Pavne & Faith Domergue
Im KSJ iflt "SANTA FE PASSAGE"
Tomorrew "YOU'RE NEVER TOO YOUNG"
ni idi A utc Jane Russell & George Brent .
f ifft S:45 "MONTANA BELLE"
Ten-thirty show The Narrow Margin"
Tomorrow "HOW TQ BE VERY, VERY POPULAR- J

GAMBOA

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MARGARITA
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Frank Lovejoy b Mart Blanchard
. "THE CROOKED WEB".
Humphrey Bogari ft Prediic March
. "THE DESPERATE HOURS'

' MARGARET O'BRIEN in k
"GLORY"

TBISTCiRAl :': Jennifer Jones & Robert Stack
: "GOOD MORNING, MISS DOVE"
t Also showing tomorrow night! e
PARAISO :15 k S:15 "THE PHENLX CITY STORY"
LA BOCA "STORM FEAR" k "RED PLANET MARS"
SANTA CRUZ, Fred MacMurray In "AT GUNPOINT'
CAMP BIERD JLana Turner in "THE PRODIGAL

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P.M.
A-nn Ceatnra Review t

A-in urhofa vnni- Favorite (re-

T u u i .1 I

i; quests tUM t7 pnw.il

till 3:C0)
6:30News
5:35-What's Your F 1 1 o r 1 1 1
(cont'd
6:00---Allen Jackson Commen-

-isBI,UE RIBBON SPORTS

. REVIEW (Pabst Beerl
fl':30--Top Tunes of the Week
. (WRUL)- 1
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report from UA
g:00 Music By Roth
nRhnrt storv Theater

:00 Yon Asked For j It : (r (r-.
. (r-. ; quests taken by phone

10:30 Cavalcade Of Americt

11:00 Jazz nil Micyiignt
12:00 Sign Oft -
Tomorrow, Saturday, Aug. 2S
iM. :--v':-..
6:00 Sign On Alarm Cloca
, rinh (renuesta taken

-" by phone WI 7:00)
n-h To Ralnn t

8:15 The Christopher!.
8:30 Musical ReveUle
:00 New
J:15 Bonjour Mesdame
9:30 Paris Star Time t
10:00-News
10;05-Spina And Needles (re-.
, quests taken by phone
. till 8:30)
Il:00-New v Vx
11:05 Spins And Needles
(cont'd) i

11:30 Journey Into Space

12:( News ; ;

12:05 Luncheon Music -12:15
M ELACH RINO ItVSl'

rALE (Nescafe)

12:30 New Tune Time

1:00 News
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade i
2:00 Old New prleans
2:15 Rhythm find Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For .Saturday 4 ; ;-4:00
4:00 ;-4:00 Feature Review
a-an what' Your Favorite (re

. quests taken by phone

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5:30--News v.-t.
8:35 What's Your Favorite.
4; (cont'd) j.
6:00 Quest Star
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
. REVIEW (Fabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself '
7:00 Much-Binding- ;
7 :30--VOA Report from U.S.
8:00-Saturday' Night Dancing

Fany
8:30 Educating Archie
:00 Your Hit Parade
9:30 Ray's a Laugh
10.00 Music From Hotel El pan-
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10:30 Owl's Nest (requests
1 taken by phone through throughout
out throughout program)
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
Off. ;.

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CONCERTO FOR BOWLING BALL-When the Clevaland ;

Pops Orchestra recenuy penowum nu uiw..,
-River Suitt," tl needed 6und effects to simulate the..
"thundea" supposed .to be.caustJd by Rip Van Winkle's dwarfs
bowling in the mountains. So what more apropos device, than."
a bowling ball and someone to toll ft? Gladys Shaefer, above,
' aeu in practice as the more conventional members of tb
' rchestra go about their business. Special Instructions ; weie
' prepared so Cladys could follow her cues. ;v: ; ,1

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message, tor someone else dont
trust your memory. Write it

down. Then you'll be sure to re
lay the message. .And just as lm

portant, you'll be sure -to get the

lactg straight, v v : j v ;;

Belnr riven a wronr number

v no on is te ns iinno
I to call is less than helpful

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'tf nowoRlNG 1AI)T MAYOR Shown at a tea given" bv Mrs. Gllberto Arias for the
Morerto Rlco; from left to right are Miss Cuchl Rincon, Mrs. de Gautier's secretary,
ffi Beteabe"menez, Mrs. Cecilia de Fabrega Mrs. Hilda Anas, Mrs. Fellsa Rincon de Gau Gau-tter?
tter? Gau-tter? mayor of Puerto Rico, and Mrs. Virgania de Torruellas. v

BUFFET LCKCftEON AT HOTEL EL P4NAMA v
CLOSES VI INTER-AMERICAN CONFERENCE
I i The Inter-Anterieaji Congress of Municipalities played'
'host yesterday to more than SOO guests, who attended the...
fcuffet luncheon riven at the Hotel El Panama for the dele- .,
' 5 gates to the VI Inter-American Conferenee of Municipalities.
'"' This affair which signaled the closipg of the convention,
i was attended by the Minister of Government and Justice
) Alejandro Reinon who headed the committee in charge of
arrangements for the conference. 'SJ

nauguration of the new President

of tucador, ...
i
Cuban Delegate
Fetad At Dinner ... I

Cuban Ambassador- to Panama
and Mrs. Miranda gave a dinner
last night at the Embassy Resi-

Keuadarlan Ambassador' -tH
Minister Of Ecuatien t
"The Ambassador of Ecuador Dr.
Hugo Moncayo and' Mrs. Moncayo
gave a luncheon at the Embassy
residence at La Cresta today in
honor of the Minister of Education
Victor O Urrutia and Mrs. Urru Urru-tia,
tia, Urru-tia, who will leave, soon for Quito
where they will represent the Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian Government at. the

ter-American Conference of Muni
innlitinc : V" ';

Cotton-McCoy- Wedding

Mss Jacqueline Marie McCoy

became the bride of Mr. Fred Ar

thur Cotton at a double-ring can

dlelit ceremony t Curundu Pro

testant Church, Tuesday. K,e v,

Milton Leidig officiated.

The bride, 1 who is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCoy of

Curundu Heights, wore a white
tiered organdy over blue taffeta.
On her hair, she wore a band of
white gardenias with a white veil,
and she carried a white spray on
her Rainbow Bible.
The altar flowers were blue hy hydrangeas,
drangeas, hydrangeas, white ginger lilies and
tuberoses. Dr. Robert White sang,

"The Lord s Prayer.

groom. The best man was' Gerald

Pierce. Ushers were Carl Widdell

ana. Lee Myers.

The bridegroom, who- is Ihe ton

of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cotton of

Balboa, is a graduate of Balboa

High School. He is in his senior

year at the University of Colorado

the bride is in her senior year

or training as a student nurse at
California Hospital in Los Angeles.
She graduated from Balboa High

acnooj m 'S3.

After a retention at the Sundav

School building next to the church,

me coupie text oy piane lor Miami.
From there they will drive to Cal

ifornia. The bride wore a blue

innted cotton dress fashioned in a

long torso style, for traveling.
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The couple will make their home

in Boulder, Colo, i, 1 ;

Chapman-Pardes'-.'"j';v:'':'
Engagement Announced

Dr. and Mrs. Gulllermo 0. Chan-

man announce the engagement of

tneir dauenter Miss Lou Chapman
to Luis Enrique Garcia de Pa re redes,
des, redes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luis En Enrique
rique Enrique Garcia de Paredes..

(Continued on Page ))

MR. AND MRS. FRED COTTON smile happily before they leave
the Curundu Protestant Church, following their wedding, Tues Tuesday."
day." Tuesday." Mrs. Cotton Is the former Miss Jacqueline Marie McCoy.

dence in Bella Vista-in honor off The maid of honor was Miss Dot Dot-the
the Dot-the Cuban delegates to the VI In-ltle Cotton," sister of the bride-

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Boha1is To Hold

Weekly Discussion

Period'Toniaht

Baha'is of the. Canal 'Zone will

hold their regular weekly discus

sion group at Wirt Memorial Hail

in BaiDoa tonignt. -j
The meeting begins at S p.m.
and' is open to the public. t

. The subject for the evening will

be "The Covenant of God" what

it is. how it has been fulfilled from

age to age and its effect upon the

human family, mentally, spiritual spiritually
ly spiritually and socially. After a short dis

course on the subject from the
Baha'is writings the meeting will

be open to all present for discus
sion and comment.'' .,
'There are no-collections: V

FAMILY FIGHT

MUSKEGON. Mich. fTTPl I

It win be husband vs. wife in the
primary election campaign for the
Republican nomination for s t a t e
representative from Muskeeon

County's second! district.' Wendell

S. Holcomb, chairman 0! the Mus

kegon County Republican commit

tee, is opposed by : his wife,
Marguerite, for the nomination in

the Aug. 7 election.

GETOUpniGIITS
'-If you ouftV from Getting Up
v Night. BackMhe, Lt P!n. Lomerf
'Vigour, NervoumeM or wekne, too
ohould help Tour fntUH Gland lm.
nditlv with Rojna. Thli mdicln;
maku you feel younger, trongr, n
ablo to tlaes without Interruption.
Oat Rosana from your ehamlat today.

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE1

WRITES Mrs. J.f "Mr 16-vearJ

olri boy recently damaged bis
father"- car. To avoid trouble, I

paia 10 gei nxu. without my
husband's knowledge. Last Sunday

as ne was washing the car, he be

came suspicious. The boy lied to

mm ana 1 backed him up. Now I'm

wonaerm; u 1 aid the wrone

ining. would you advist my en

couraging the boy to tell the

truth?'' 1

Hav you always told him to

trust telling it?

If so, you have made telling it

safety to him. Mow that he needs

safety to meet your husband's an

ger, it s pretty confusing to sua

gest that telling the truth is dan

ger. -, 1

Let me quota some impressive

dialog from a movie every parent;

in this country would do well to

see. Titled "Rebel Without a

Cause," it s the story 01 a, son
whose moralising parent reverses

himself on truth-telling at the mo

ment of the boy s moral crisis I

and suggests deceit instead:

BOY: You've always told me to

teli the truth. You think you can

just turn that off?

Parent: You cam be an ideal

ist all your life! Nobody thanks

you for sticking your, neck out

You know you did wrong, 1 hat's

the main thing isn t it?

Bey: You better give me some-1

thing. You better give' me Some Something
thing Something fast! Arent you going to

stand up for me? v ; 4

The late James Dct.11 was a
gifted young actor. He seems to be

speaking for your child and mine

when he singles out the two words
"stand up!" from that last sen sentenceand
tenceand sentenceand cries wut their need
for our 'Steadfast- strength when
theirs gryws weak and wavering.
IF, in such crises, we also wav waver,
er, waver, denying the moral value we

have preached, we orphan the

child twice ver. First, he loses us
as the reliable guide, he's always
trusted tc know the wise path.,'
Second, he loses his belief In the
wisdom of his own path. .' .
Or betrayal snatches front hlm -not
only, trust in us personally.
but in everything we have said
was true. In chaos and disillusion, (
our child may rush out into far
worse "trouble" thap the one we!
have tried to avoid.
So, in Mrs. J.'s position, I should,
have to encourage my child to tell
the truth.. : .
I'd say something like ftler
"Son, I went off my track when I
helped you deceive Dad. For "a
moment, I lost my bearings and
decided a lie was good. I -don't
really believe this. So I am prac practicing
ticing practicing what I advise you to do. I
am confessing thr. truth of my
mistake to you as I hope you'll
confess the truth of yours to- your
father." -

Lieutenant Reviews History
Of 20th Infantry Regiment

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Panama Agencies Co. Call ,f If NT J Tel 20556 2037 Ponama, R. ft

onWrood,op,r A
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By Lt. WESLEY G. JONES

Entrenchments built mainly

with bayonets, meat cans or tin

cups; sickness from lever ana
from heat; and an enemy situated
in well-nigh impregnable old Span Spanish
ish Spanish forts this -was the 20th Infan

try in July of 1898. called unex

pectedly to Cuba to fight the Spanish-American
War.

Thousands of enrolled and orgaJ

nized insurrectos, masquerading

within; the city as peaceful, citi

zens, supported ana encouragea

by other thousands of active sym

pathizers awaiting only a favora

ble moment to arise and capture
or destroy the city this is what

confronted : the 20th Infantry .in

February of 1899, called to Manila

in face of still another crisis, this

time in the Philippine .islands..

But it remained for young pri

vate, Isaac Cooper, of Company
A, to provde what, was perhaps

the greatest feat ot heroism in tnis

period of unrest.

And it was neither in an 01a
Spanish fort at Santiago, nor the
torror-rMden '', city ,of Manila,
where oilier brave men wore
die, that Cooper achieved, fame,
but fitar a quiet country lake
in Northern Luxon. ,.'

The service of Company A, at
this time, was probably the most
trying! of any in the regiment Its
station1 at Talisay was an isolated
one and difficult to communicate

with. Detachments were out al

most continuously, patrolling the
country.
At midnight. Dec. 20, thoughts

of the Christmas jollity at home

jollity that they would not be shar

ing this year fresh in their minds.

the men of Company A broke
camp and proceeded around the

north end of Lake Taal. : .,'

About noon of the next day a
force of 120 armed insurgents was

located.

The enemy's flanks rested on
two nearly impassible obstacles obstacles-Lake
Lake obstacles-Lake Taal to his right; a moun mountain
tain mountain barrier to his left A direct

frontal attack was the only possi possibility.
bility. possibility.

The ground they must cross was

rough and marshy. Only few'

men could advance at a Time.
Capt. Graves moved directly to the
front with a few. men, while Capt

&stes. with live men. attempted to

flank the position by wading waist

deep in the lake.

As he advanced with the small

group directly to the front. Pvt.

Cooper of Company A wondered

what he was doing, lour days be-.

fore Christmas, crossing marshes

next -a lake ; in northern Luzon.

fighting a group of insurgents

whose cause he only, vaguely un understood
derstood understood and wondering when they
would open fire, while at homo

they would probably be out select

ing a yuietiue tree.

The enemy held their fire, and

the advance continued.

Finally, at a range of less than

200 yards, the insurgents decided
to wait no longer!

The first man ever thai eh y
. tronehmooti : was Cooper, who -immdiatoly
lumped kit the
trench, knocked down and stood
en one insurgent, and opened
fire ert the mass of the fleeing
enomy. ...
In the engagement', 13 Insurgents
were killed, and a great many
wounded. Among the wounded was
the enemy's commander, Col. Ane Ane-cito
cito Ane-cito Oruga. who surrendered his.

forces-two days later.

When news 01 me engagement
reached, Tanuan, Cooper was ap appointed
pointed appointed sergeant for. his heroism,
and with the other "Sykes Regu Regulars"
lars" Regulars" engaged in the action, re-4
ceived the thanks of Gen..'. J. F. ;
Bell, brigade commander, for their
gallant conduct - :
. At exactly 9 p.m.l on the eve evening
ning evening of April 5, 1906, the transport
Sheridan dropped anchor in Sao, 1
Francisco Bay: bringing hoine, for
the first time in many long years,
the men of the 20th Infantry Regi-
ment vl V-
. Within a year they would be
fighting fire along .this same wa waterfront
terfront waterfront a result of the worst
earthquake the United States has
ever known.-

NEXT WEEK: The
cisce Earthquake.

San Fran

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You con have golden-brown, fluffy-light pan pancakes
cakes pancakes whenever you want them now that Aunt
Jemima pancake, mix is packed in the new her hermetically
metically hermetically sealed tin! In the tin, Aunt Jemima'
keeps fresh indefinitely. It's always purs and
taftto you can keep a supply handy all the time.

YONDEStFUL ENJOYMENT

Whatever the occasions-Sunday morning breakfasts, holidays,
'or "snack times" and especially on Fridays and other meatless

' days during the year, your whole family will enjoy a special
treat with Aunt Jemima pancakes. So quick and easy to make
: . so appetizing and fluffy-light every time! 't 1 :
', Buy a tin of Aunt Jemima pancake mix today help yourself
to GOO0 eating! r - r

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Dorothy Chase
Former Ballerina and Radio City Rockette also active
member of the Dance Masters of America, will, re-open
her-studio at the Balboa YJ4.CJL on September 4th..
Schedule will include classes for all ages from pre-achoor
tots to women's classes. .
BALLET, TAP, TOE AND RHYTHMIC EXERCISES
Eeglstratlons will be held Wednesday and Thursday.
Aug. 29 ft 30 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 pjn. at residence 744A k
Las Cruces St., Balboa, C.Z. ,X V
! ':' For further Information Phone Balboa ll5l f'-')i

"CHICHIGUA HOUR'.'
. 3 p.m. to" 0 p.m. : .
In the "KANTULE" Room TODAY
and EVERYDAY
- CLASS BEER .05c.
RUM e C. ...(.v.... ..... 10c.
"i We're not allowed to advertise "Rum and Coke'
Rum Collins . . . .... i ........... .1 5?:
f Tom Collins ............... ...... .15c.
..... !. 1.1.. . V
. Pint Beer . ... . . 20c.
':., Martini .20c.
Scotch Whisky . jOc.
.
FREE Chili con Carne
-. (Chichijua in Spanish meant SMALL CHANCE)
SPECIAL $U0 Dinners till 7 p.m.
TYPICAL NIGHT every WEDNESDAY.
EL MICT.O GAUDEH

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TrZ PANAMA 1MEXICAX AN POMTEXDENT DAUT JftWSPATEa
v FACE- FT

Sociaf anJ Otherwise

Atlantic Sidars Ltave For
ScHeols In Hi States
Three graduate of Cristobal
Hiph school will leave toget&er on
a Barber Line ship "for New York

tomorrow. They are Misses Susie

Pineusr Sallr Mofland and llarga-j

lei LiBign. iney win do accoiupa accoiupa-'
' accoiupa-' Died by Mrs. Cil .Morland, Mrs.
Bobert .Leigh and Mrs. Perry
Francey. , ..

iliss.P incus will enter. Mount

ft Vincent'i on-the-Hudson in New
York: Miss Morland will begin nor

freshman jear.at St. Lawrence U-

.aiversitv in Canton. New Yore and

Miss Leigh will attend Boston Col College
lege College in Boston,. Mass.
Sailing tomorrow on the SS Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal are Cadet-Mishipman Aik

drew Bleakley and Cade-Midship-

nan Malcolm J: Stone, irom Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. Both boyi have completed
their first year at the United

States Merchant Marine Academy

at King's yoint, New- Yore. As
part of theif course they will now
be assigned to ships of the Amer

ican Merchant Marine for a year
of practical experience.
. John Albright of Gatun will also
sail tomorrow on SS Cristobal. He
is, returning to Oklahoma A 4 M
for, his. second year. ...

Square and Fold Dancing
Chters Cergaa Patients
The Star in a Circle Square and

folk dance club of the. Canal Zone

entertained the oatients of Gar-

gas Hospital at the Red Cross rect

reauon room on Monday night.
Several of the patients who were
able to do so joined in the danc dancing,
ing, dancing, while those on the sidelines
cheered them on. ...
Members of the group Included
Mr and Mrs. Robert Sieler. Mr.

and, Mrs. Ray Smedley, Mr., and

Mrs. noss t,unmngnan, mi. una
Mrs. Jay Roluffs, Mr. Clarence
Foiles and Mr. Howard Osborn.

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WIFI'S TUG AT THE ELBOW
IS HELPFUL TO MANY A MAN

When' President Eisenhower re recently
cently recently left the hospital where he

Had been a patient, only a wifely
tug at his elbow kept him from
neglecting to say goodby to one
f the surgeons who operated on
him. ,x,:".'. ,V',:: ... ;
In his hurry to. be on his way.!
the President didn't see the doc doctor.
tor. doctor. His wife did. ."
Over and over agaia you read

such- little ; incidents about our
charming First Lady who seems
always to be sensitive to the feel feelings
ings feelings of other people Tand who
never hesitates to giye her, busy,
and perhaps, sometimes distracted
husband a wifely tug on the el elbow
bow elbow to call his attention ,te some
small, personal matter. -. .,'
This, of course, is nothing more
than rrfost wives .of busy mea da
But how many: husbands' really
appreciate how .mucji sucp wifely
tugs at- the elbow ,do to smooth
their personal relationships .and

enricn tneir menasnipse .t .
Accepted iMthevt a
Second Thought f l( t

It's usually' the .Wife who 'oes
most of the social prompting. She

rerdemberr names and reminds

her husband to as. an acquaint

a nee' about his new baby (she'll
i v.i : i . i

now wnemer. u my pr a gii,
too). She's ..the one -who. suggests

having the new man in the office
and his wife, to dinner;" who' re
minds her hushano.of thank-'you'
notes, and so on. .

Most married.. men. ".takeS." this'

kind of help for granted and prob

ably, never live it a second

.thoueht.

And yet.it is brobaly 6t much
more value o theirf than they
could, possibly imagine. h
For little gestures of personal

kindness; interest and considera

tion are of inestimable help to a

man in his business or profession professional
al professional as well as his social -life. ;
And manv a man 'with a renuta"-

tion for personal charm' probably
owes more of that reputation than

he knows to the wifely tugs at

ms eiDow uiat.neip to Keep mm

'numan. ;

jAmsrican ffiltnm

GIT IN SUMMER SWIM

SERVE TUNA IN SALADS

' By GAYNOsV MADDOX,
NEA Feed and Markets Editor
Tri'Palm 'KnrmiTc' California "tlta

AH f t ...... ..
lamnerahiro Iverairei about' 91

degrees in mid-summer. But John!

Leonhardi. chef oi the tennis;

Club there, knows how to turn bis
fnirats' thmicht from the heat.-

He gave us his refreshing rec-

ipe for Tennis Club Tuna Mousse.
We've adapted it to, family size
for your own hot weather meals.

''" Tuna Mousse
. V ., (M servings)

Antra t oTilacnAAn linflavArPrl 9pr

tin, V4 cup cold water; Mi cup
boiling' water, 2 "iBWi-ounce cans
cburiK-style tuna, drained; I cup
d i e t d celery, ;M cup finely
chopped green pepper, V cup
finely chopped onion, 1 3-ounce
package cream cheese, crumbled;
3 tablespoons 3 lemon, juice, 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon dry mustard, 1 teaspoon

salt; y teaspoon papruta. ; i
Soften gelatin in 'cold water.
Add boilmg water and stir tut
gelatin 'is dissolved. !- ;
nmhlne' 1-emainihif lricrredienti

and mix well. Add gelatin mix-!

ture and? mix well. Turn into

inch ring mold. Chill untu firm."
Unmbld and garnish with crisp
salad greens U desired. ;
, k-:, 'Jj:
;-; 'tun Salad' Leaf !t
Two 6MHunce :cans chunk-styfe
turla: drained: clips thinly sliced

celery, 2 canned 'pimentos, cut In

strips; In ctips" mayonnaise; l-s
cup lemon juice,-' 3 tablespoons
grated onion, 1 teaspoon salt. 14

teaspoon pepper, 2 cups fine dry

reau cruinos, c cups ki 4iuu
processed American cheese
(abput V4 pound).,3 r ; i c
ifJomWne 'air Ingredients", mix
well. Turn into lightly greased
9x5x3-inch f baking pan. 'v

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lack eortce tor Incluiion in
eelume should fct lubmifttd m
lrp-wriH form and mailtd la
f lh box Humbert listed dairr
"Social and OthtrwiM.' akJirer akJirer-ed
ed akJirer-ed bf kaitd the elfica. Neticu ef
meetings caaeet be accepted by
'talepheae. -- v
Business Women's
Bowling League

The- Business Women V Bowling

League Will hold a meeting Mon-.j
day night at 7:30 on the. secondl
floor of the Diablo Clubhouse.. All!

business women interested in bowl bowling
ing bowling are InVitedJa attend.
Says Govfa. 1$ On-

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Sen. Harry F. Byrd, one ef Con Congress'
gress' Congress' leading economizers, said

today' it Would be "dangerous" t
cut taxes in the near, future ; De De-cause
cause De-cause the' government is oon', ,a
"spending spree." '
Th Vircinia Demivrnt't' fnt.

ment ran sharply counter to his
party's platform promise JLo cot
individual income taxes at the next
session of Congress by increasing
ex-em Dtionn from tfino in tsnA

The Republicans promised tax

cuts 'consistent with a balanced
budget" and held out hope they
would come "reasonably soon."
Byrd is chairman of both the
tax-writing Senate Finance Com Committee
mittee Committee on "reduction of non-essential
federal : expenditures." He
fought Democratic efforts to put
through an individual income tax
cut last year.
In statement tnrlav h fYiaraaA

that President F!ltpnhnu;f.r' hnrld.

ei ior tne lisoai year that began
Julv 1 krlvnratKd a "unnndino

spree", which Congress "accelerat-l
ed." ':- ... ; r

He said a balanced budget this
fiscal year, which ends next June:
30, is "doubtful" because "the:
trend in appropriations, unexpend-i
i i i

ea uainces ana expenditures is
up." .' : ,
"Under these circumstances re reduction
duction reduction of federal tax rates in the
foreseeable future would be dan dangerous,"
gerous," dangerous," he said. He added tax
cuts in the current fiscal year

could not be justified "unless the
spending trend is reversed." -Byrd
conceded tax cuts are
"overdue.'' But he" said sound tax
reduction cannot be achieved tin

der expected deficit financing..

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SOCIAL SIDE OF CONVENTION Mrs. Perle Mesta, who gave
a party in Chicago for convention delegates laughs as Gov.
Frank Clement of Tennessee kisses her on the forehead.

v Looking on, Is Mrs. clement.

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' SIRLOIN STEAK!

FILET MIGNON I ; horseradish parfalt and

W parsley.-butter, French - .fJ"?1"
Xrlea, one rewUble. aalad alad' bread ndbu'ft
... a bread and butter $1.50
.$2.25 :

32 Girls Will
Get Certificates
For Civil Defense

Thirty-two girls will receive
their, certificates of completion
of courses Medical Workers-Civil
Defense Training Programs at
Gorgas Hospital and Coco Solo

Hospital during the summer
months.-'
All parents, friends, public
and members of civic organiza organizations
tions organizations are invited.
The program will be held at
the Cristobal High School Audi-
.torium tonight at 7:30.
The nrograjn Is sponsored by

the American Legion Auxiliary

through Caribbean Girls state
and in cooperation with the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Civil Defense Organi Organization.
zation. Organization.
Shigsmifsu Denies
Charges Against
John Foster Dulles
LONDON, Ant;. 24 (UPWapan (UPWapan-ese
ese (UPWapan-ese Foreign Minister Minoru
Shigemitsu denied today that U.S.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles had demanded Okinawa

and other Ryukyu Islands for the

United States if Russia gets the
Kurile Islands of Kunashiri and
Etorofu in the Soviet Japanese
peace- treaty,'
Japanese newspapers had car carried
ried carried suchAreports from their cor correspondents
respondents correspondents here after Shieemitsu

! and Dulles conferred Sunday on

the stalemated peace talks.
"It I nnthinlrahla that Mr Hill.

Its said such a thinff." Shiffemitmi!

told Japanese reporters today. "I
deny this completely."

Tea, Musicale
To Be Held At.

$tCb

- .Jflade 'to'' inspire

. .(Bryant, ,o

Knit tcorii of distinction.
full fashion in 10Q EnglitH
pureCoihmae V

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Bake in hot oven (450 degrees'

r .) aoout zo minutes or um,t

lightly browned. Chill thoroughly
Turn out on serving platter.

Serve with' vegetable salad, as

desired.

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than any ether brand. You're aura of
. accurate dosage.., Your child will like
Ite orange flavor. Refuse substitutes
.f-get St. Joseph Aspirin For Childrea.
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' The air-conditioned
, BELLA VISTA r00M
music for dining and dancing in
CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA
with lovely ALICIA RODRIGUEZ now
singing .the latest musical- hits
- every eveplng.

Sunday Brunch Dance r
, From 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in ,..
. the air-conditioned BALBOA ROOM.
':;'-':--i-l
Enjoy our popular breakfast-lunch
combination! Complimentary cocktail. :
choice of delicious menu.
Music by LUCHO AZCARRAGA'S TRIO.
$2.25 per person

Can Malta a'Hotd
S-ll for.
rarrvafionfr ., '.

The members of the Woman's
Auxiliary of St. Christopher's!
Church, Parque Lefevre, will spon-r
sor a silver tea and musical on the
church grounds from 4 to 6 p.m.
Sunday. s , ( I
In addition to (he many niceties!
which will be served, a short musi

cal program will he given. Luted
among those to be heard on the
program are: Miss Icilyn Smythe,
a male quartet, Carl Edghill. and
Stanley Hall.
Those planning to-attend this
affair are reminded to obtain their
tickets either from the -members

of the Woman s Auxiliary, or from
the church office. - ,-. ..

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Rem ei6er-your children
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North Carolina Team
Pushes Over Winning

Tally In Ninth Inning

t HERSHEY, Pa, Aug. 24 (UP) The Panama
-Canal Zone yesterday dropped a spine-tingling 2-1
"overtime game to1 Gastonia, N.C., to reach the end
t the trail in the. Veterans of Foreign Wars Nar
ional Teener Baseball Tournament.

in what was by all odds the
t.best-played and most Interest
ing game of the tournament,

- the canal Zone boys, held hit hit-less
less hit-less for the second straight day
.l for five Innings, came to life to
deadlock, the tilt, only to lose In
'the second overtime frame.
Jt was a heart-breaking loss
'tor Panama pitcher Morgan
. Schoch who was reached for
seven hits but always tightened
v In the pinches. Despite five Zone
rrors, some sparkling infield
"play by Everett "Corbin" Mc Mc-.Griff
.Griff Mc-.Griff and Charlie French pulled

th Central American team out
6f deep holes and kept them In

, the game. :
Gastonia tallied In the" 3rd in-
xlng on a walk, sacrifice and a
' ; jingle. The Zone tied it in the
sixth on a walk to Schoch, a
fielder's choice, a man hit by a
pitched ball and Charlie chase's
clean single to left.-.
Panama had a chance to go
ahead in ... the ninth when
J-. George Barbier'g single and an
error put men on first and
( third with only one away. But

a "suicide" squeeze play miss miss-ed'fjre
ed'fjre miss-ed'fjre and Barbler was trap trapped
ped trapped and tagged out.
Gastonia won it on the same
type of play when' winning
Ditcher Max Dellinger squeezed
Larry. Rankin,, who had walked,
home on a perfectly placed
-bunt. ;v
"The boys played a fine game,"
aid Panama coach Pete Corri Corrigan,'
gan,' Corrigan,' "but that missed "squeeze
beat us."- :'.',:,-

GMsferf ield, Balboa 1
IleeLXJnLeate:, Glalus!
In Basketball Playoffs ;

By HERBERT MOISE
Chesterfield and Balboa Beer
' maintained their undefeated sta sta-'
' sta-' tus as they scored important vie vie-f
f vie-f tories over Gallito and Panama
! Cigarettes at. the NaUonal Gym
lt werinesdav before a large

" turnout. Chesterfield outscored Ga-!62

"Tlito by 13 points, winnm? 74 to ei,
just after their most serious rivals
1 Balboa Beer pulled away from a
hirii.fisMinir Panama outfit, to a
70 to 62 win
The combined victories of Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield and Balboa, teams consi considered
dered considered most likely to be winners of
the series, have set the stage for
their encounter scheduled fot Mon Mon-"
" Mon-" day. So important is this game
considered by all those close to the
- eame that league directors were
forced to reschedule this match
from the first game of their plan
ned twlnbill to the nightcap. In the
opener, the tail-enders, Gallito and
Panama Cigarettes, will try for
their first winning effort.
Kt half time In last Wednesdav's
nlav. Balboa led 34 to 32 over Pa
nama, then, went into the second
Today Encanto .25 .75
; Double in Cinemascope 1
Dorothy McGulre In
"J Coins in The Fountain"
' Gregory Peck In
"NIGHT PEOPLE"
Twrv 1 IDEAL 70 10
"PERILS of the WILDENESS"
Chapters 1-2-3 ir,::-
"A YANK IN INDOCHINA"
"OUTLAWS of the RAIRIE"

' yr'- GEORGE

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(NlghtcfD,on-he;house at 4-30 .am t
George also plavs the oiano
10 n m. 2 a.m. Sun.vTues.. Wed. Thurs

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The box score:
Canal Zone 4 v ; Ab R
H Po A
Corrigan 2b ..... 4 1
Trench1 ss ..v..,;. 2 0
Humphreys 2b ... 0 0
Chase c 4 0
Barbler If 4 0
McGriff 3b 3 0
pederson lb ..... 4 0
Gibson rf ....... 3 0
Godsey cf ....... 2 0
0 2 8
5
0
3
1
1
12
1
0
Schoch p 2 0
x-Engelke ....... 1 0
0
0
Totals'
29 I 2 25 11
Gastonia, N.C.
Walker rf
3
00
Jenkins' lb
4
0
3
2
3
3
3
3
.1
2
0
0 0
00
02
Beasley lb ,.
Berrong ss ..
Ramsey cf V.,
Scott If .....
Brown c ....
Rankin 2b ..
Denton 3b ...
Manning p ..
Dellinger p .
xx-Bmery
Totals
27, 2 7 27 17
x-Batted for Corrigan in 8th.
xx'Ran for Jenkins In 7th.
1 1 "Score By Innlnis
Canal Zoije 000 001 000-4-1
Gastonia -. I'OOl 000 001 2
4 SUMMARY i Errors: French,
McGriff, Pederson, -Gibson, Deiv
ton. Two-base hit Rankin, Left
on bases: Canal Zone 5,' Gas
tonia 9. Base on i balls off:
Schoch' 3, Manning 3, DelUnger
1. Struck out by U Schoch 2,
Manning 4,' Dellinger 4. Win Winning
ning Winning pitcher: Dellinger.
1,
half and had that margin reduced
to one point with, five minutes left
to play, after amassing what seem
ed to be a comfortable lead. The
two-point first-halt margin was in
creased in the second half to six
points, 36 to 30. making the over
all total 70 points for Balboa and
for Panama
CHESTERFIELD 74-
" '-calLito kV
Coming from behind sporadic
deficits of from one to six points
early in the game, the defending
champion Chesterfield from Colon
staged an early rally and moved
ahead to go on and smother the
Gallito hopes of creating a two two-way
way two-way second place tie. Chesterfield
found the road to victory lacking
all the proverbial "briars and
thorns' thereafter. Ernesto Tay-i
ror, rernanao ".Nanao Tom, Geo.
"Skipper" Sewell c a r r 1 e d the
game for. Chesterfield with their
14, 12 arid 12 points, respectively.
Helping along were Isaac PeUino PeUino-vich
vich PeUino-vich with 10, Rogelio Aikmtn with
9 and Frank Doran with I.
' Loose ball handling bv the fi1t-
to Reds cost them their game. On
several occasions throiiehnnt h
contftst. .Aikmiin Tivlnr Tam mI
Sewell intercepted Gallito passes
and converted them into Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield field goals. wi-' ',' o
Half-time score had the Colo Colo-nites
nites Colo-nites leading by 38 to 33 and sec second
ond second half score was 36 to 28 for
the overall 13-point bulge of 74
' -'-?-'' a '. -i.
Once again the now-becominf-controversial
" Arturo Agard out out-scored
scored out-scored everyone else on the court
as he amassed a total of 27 points
.. this figure being what is is be
cause juro still is failing to make
uus iee tnrows count.
have you heard
' .them?
GODOY
TREQ
piano bass and drum
to entertain the late crowd
every Friday and Saturday
midnite to 4:30 a.m. in the
air-conditioned Balboa Bar

Deadline -JcSorrow.'

For Fntry In R.P;J
Chess Tournamenl
Entries for the Panama Na Na-tionaj
tionaj Na-tionaj Chess Tournament will
be closed tomorrow night.
. Interested parties may ob obtain
tain obtain their entry blanks at the
Panama Chess Center on No.
7 Via Espaiia at the entrance
to La Cresta. :
The entries, accompanied by
$2 (two dollars), -may lie sub submitted
mitted submitted any time before Aug..
26, between 0 a.m. and 5 p.m.
to Dr. R.Garc9a Maritano at
the Raymond Clinic In Carapo
Alegre. . . s ;
' l.'f ,M "... ni.:',i--C.;
Leaders
In The Majors
v:-!;':V
LEADING BATTERS (
(Based on 275 official at bats)
NATIONAL LIAGCI
Flayer, Club r.afe r h pet
Moon, St. L. 118 421 74 141 .335
Aaron, Mil. 117 457 85 152 .333
Sc'dlenst, N.Y. 95 346 42 110 .318
Vlrdon. Pitt. 123 443 61 139 .314
Bailey, ClncL 93 308 46 96 .312
' AMERICAN LEA GUI
Mantle. N.Y. 118 432 106 155 .359
Williams, Bos. 102 288 49 1U0 .347
Maxwell, Det. 108 378 75 125 .331
Kuenn, Det 112 444 69 148 .329
Vernon, Bos. 96 325 55 105 .323
HOME RUN!
Mantle,. Yanks ........ 43
Snider, Dodgers ......... 33
Kluszewski, Redlegs .... 32
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 32
Adcock, Braves 31
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks '.,.......109'
Kallne, Tigers 97
Musial, Cards 90
Simpson, Athletics ... 89
Kluszewski, Redlegs .....87
, RUNS -Mantle,
Yanks w.. ...... 105
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 99
Fox, White Sox 90
Snider, Dodgers: ...,... 88
Aaron, Braves A... 85
HITS
I
Fox, White Sox ........ 158
Mantle, Yanks, ..;...' 155
Kallne, Tlgera 152
Mantle, Yanks 152
Kuenn, Tigers ....... 146
riTCIUNO
(Based 'on 12 Decisions)
i W L Pet
Pierce.' White Sox ...18 5 .783
Ford, Yanks 14 4 .778
Newcombe, Dodgers .20,. 6 .769
Buhl. Braves ........ 15 5 .750
Freeman. Redlegs ...11 4 .733
First 01 Two
(FIRST GAME)
Chicago
Aparicio ss
Fox 2b ...
Doby cf ..
Minoso If
Delsing If
Dropo lb
H Po
3 6
Rivera rf
Moss c
Hatfield 3b
Keegan.p
Totals
40 8 14 27 11
New York

iBauer' rf ........ 2 0 0 3 0
la-Wilson rf 1 0 0 :1 0
McDougald ss ... 4 0 1 1 1
J. Coleman ss . 0 0 0 0 0
Mantle cf S 0 0 2 1
Berra e 3 1 1 11 1
Howard c ....... 1 0 0 1 0
Martin. 2b 4 13 0.1
Skowron lb ..P.M 0 1 3 0
Slebern if ....... 4 0 12 0
Carey 3b ........ 2 1 0, 2 2
(Carroll 3b ....... 0 0 0 0 0
b-McDermott 1 .00.0 0
i R. Coleman p
Larsen p ....... i 3 0 11.1
c-Byrne ......... 1 0 0 0 0

Totals
33 3 8 27 7
a-Fouled out for Bauer In 8th.
b-Forced runner for Carroll in
9cK
c-Forced runner for Larsen In
9th. i i
Score By Innings
Chicago -New
York
310 001 0308
r 011 000 0013
SUMMARY RBIf MliSOSo 2,
Fox 4. Berra, McDougald, Rive Rivera,
ra, Rivera, slebern. Double: Martin.
Triple: Fox. HR: Berra, Rivera.
Stolen base: Aparicio 2, Fox 2.
Sacrifice: Bauer. Douhleplay:
Fox tO'Anariclo to Dropo. Left
ort base- Chicago 7, New York 6.
Bases on balls: Keegan 2, Lar Larsen
sen Larsen 1. S.O.: Keegan 4, R. Cole Coleman
man Coleman 2, Larsen 8. Hits off: R.
Coleman 5 In 1, Larsen 9 In 8.
Runs and earned runs: Keegan
s ana 3, R- coieman 3 and 3,
larsen 5 f nd 5. Hit by pitch:
Larsen hit Aparicio. WP: Kee Keegan
gan Keegan (4-5). LP: R. Coleman (3 (3-4).

Toledano

In Pen

fold

L'evcombe

On Becoming Brooklyn's
Top Winnsr In 32 Years

NEW YORK, Aug. 24 (UP)
Don Newcombe i became the Ma
jor Leagues' first 20-game victor
of the year today and set his
sights on being the Brooklyn
Dodgers' biggest winner in 32
Newcombe yielded three home
runs but hung on for a 6-5 tri triumph
umph triumph last night'to raise his sea season
son season record to 20-6 a& the Dodg
ers won the opener of si key
three-game series, with the Red-
legs. The v victory enabled the
Dodgers to remain two games
oemna the first-place Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Braves and shoved the Red-
legs four games out of 'first
place. .,.(-'
- Newcombe -' requires 1 only
three more victories to become
the Dodgers' biggest .winner
since Daisy Vance won 28
games in 1924. Since then, no
Dodger pitcher has won more
than 22 games in a single sea-
Son. '-'-V- :, : : -!iv
J Carl Furlllo and Duke Snider
each drove in three runs to off offset
set offset a Redleg attack that fea featured
tured featured a three-run homer by Wal Wal-ly
ly Wal-ly Post and solo round-trippers
by Frank Robinson and Ed Bai Bailey.
ley. Bailey. The three homers raised the
Redlegs' total to a new season
club mark of 183 and also ex
tended their team homer streak
to 20 games only four short of
tne National League mark held
by the 1953 Dodgers;
' Newcombe himself scored
the winning un in the -ton of
the rilnth when he tallied on
Snlder's double) Big Newk -walked
only one batter and struck
out six in giving : the : Dodgers
their eighth win In 18 meetings
with the Redlegs. '
ihe Braves .retained, their
two-game lead with an 11-5 win
over the Philadelphia Phillies
featured by a grand-slam hom homer
er homer by Bobby Thomson In addl
tion to round-trlppers by Hank
Aaron and Johnny logan. Ray
Crone won his 10th game of the
season,; although he ; needed
help from '.Ernie Johnson, Stan
Lopata walloped two homers ior
tne pmines to raise hls season
total to 27, y-',::'',4 -.V
Vinegar, Bend Mizell won his
12th game and Jackie collum
his sixth as the St Louis narrtl.
nals (downed the Pittsburgh Pit
rates, 3-0 and 3-2. Ray Katt hit
a two-run homer and scored the
third run-for they Cardinals in
toe opener while Bobbji Morgan
singled home the winning run in
the ninth of the nightcap.
Johnny Antonelli chalked up :
Ws 13th win and Max Snrkont
thls first when the New York
Giants swept the. Chicago
Cubs, 2-1 and -5. Daryl Spen Spencer
cer Spencer singled home the w'nnlnr
run in the ninth of the open,
er and the Giants clinched
Mie nightcap with eight runs
In the third inning.
-Nelson Fox whacked out seven
straight hits before he was stop

FUERZA Y IUZ 15 PROCEEDING WITH
PI AIIJ TO GIVE MOW : Fi tnpir nnvm

Mr. T. E.- Oglesby, Vice Presl
dent St General Manager" of
Compaflia Panamefia de Fuerza
y Luz, considering the constant
develoDment of the Cltv of Pan
ama and the Increased demand!
ior eiectnc services, announces
that the firm under his chares
Is actually progressing the plans
and preliminary works for the
Installation of an alditlonal unit
01 7,500 kilowatts. '
'The 5 designing technicians
Messrs. J. C. Rubenstein, A
Gavin and B. K. Titter from the
Ebasco International Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation of New York, which appear
in the above photograph accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. George W. Wind Wind-qulst,
qulst, Wind-qulst, Chief Engineer of Compa-

Up
Sets Sights
ped to lead the Chicago White
Sox to 8-3 and fi-4 wins over the
American League leading New
York Yankees. Fox had fivs hits
in the opener and two in the
nightcap as Bob Keegan won his
fourth game and Dixie Howell
registered his fifth, :
The Yankee however, retain retained
ed retained an eight-game lead when the
Boston Red Sox beat the second-
place Cleveland Indians., 2rl.
Three walks and jimmy Pier
sail's sacrifice fly gave the Red.
oox wieir winning run and Mei
Parnell the' decision a over 16 16-game
game 16-game winnerBob Lemon...
Roy Slevers tied his own club
record when he hit his 25th
homer of the year to give the
wasnington Senators a 5-3 deci
sion oyer the Kansas City Ath Athletics.
letics. Athletics. Chuck stobbs pitched a
five-hitter for his 12th, win and
also started the winning three-
run, mwi-uuung raiiy with ; a
dOUble., :.' ''-,';, '..'' j
Ray Moore vielded thi- hit.
oeiore retiring with an Injured
shoulder In the seventh Inning
and beat the Detroit Titer for
the fifth straight time while the
Baltimore Orioles scored a 3-0
victory in the other American
League game.
' YESTERDAY'S STAR Doit
Newcombe of the Dodgers, who
beat the Redlegs, -5, to be become
come become the majors' f 'rst J8 J8-game
game J8-game winner of the year.
Joe Brown
Picked to Take
Smith's Title
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 24
(UP) Lightweight champion
Wallace "Bud" Smith will
climb through the ropes the
underdog tonight 'to defend
his 135-pound title against,'
nometown boy Joe Brown. :
The odds-makers have made
Brown a 5-7 favorite to make
it two straight ever Sm th.
The latter has lost thrto
straight non-title bouts this
year, including one to Brown.
Smith has not won a fight
since) defending his champion championship
ship championship against former cham cham-pjon
pjon cham-pjon Jimmy Carter. J
Th's is Brown's first crack
at the title after ten years of
being a topnotch lightweight.
The two fighters will go the
usual 15-round championship
distance or less. .-.-
fiia Panamefia de Fuerza yLuz,
Ul technicians who have had
many years of exDrifnr in
these activities, are now studv studv-lng
lng studv-lng the details concerning this
important work.
The total capacity of the gen generating;
erating; generating; plants which Compania
Panamefia de Fuerza y Luz now
has in this city. Is 22,500 kilo-v-atts
and which, means that
wh?nJhee work "0 finished
, 1958i..there will. .be available,
.0,000 kilowatts, or an increase
of more than' 33 which will al allow
low allow the Company to continue
offering the Panamanian public
the efficient services which it is
accustomed to. (Mercurlo)

Only

Gol

Bal

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si

set Winner

Tourney
The first round matches In
the Penfold Golf Ball Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament st the Brazos Brook Coun Country
try Country Club turned out more or less
as generally predicted with the
exception of the Noonan-Toleda-no
'clash in the second flight.
' Herbert Toledano shot one of
his better games, turning in a
medal score of 78. After : nine
holes, he was 2-up on his more
experienced opponent. At No. 10
he got a birdie and that lust a a-bout
bout a-bout cemented the match. So
Joe Noonan, who was the med
alist in this flight, met the cus customary
tomary customary fate of those who lead
the way in. the qualifying
rounds. ;
Dr., Vera Prler one of the old old-timers
timers old-timers of Isthmian golf, gave
Eddie Eder a rough time In the
first flight before bowing out
at the 18th hole. Doc's putter was
not sharp, qtnerwise, Eder
would have been on the sidelines
by now.
The draw for the second
round matches which will be
played this weekend:
First Flight
" Lewis vs. Huldtqulst
French vs. Eder
Compton vs. Francey Jr. s
Gump vs. pinner of Day-Mor-land
match..
i ; Second Flight 1
Toledano vs.-Melsinger
. Kandrln vs. Duncan
Kenway vs. Millet
E. Bell ys. Blown
. Third Flight
: DeRaps vs. Croff
Paplo vs. Stirewalt -Cahlll
vs. LeCroix
Bucolo vs. winner of Tresback-
D.-Bell.Vi :...
vX Ladiea Flight
Burns vs. Reynolds ' '-LeCroix
LeCroix '-LeCroix vs. Humphreys
" Mathleson" vs. Kruger -Bucolo
vs. Huldtqulst.
I !cr,!real Blasts
28 Hits To Rout
Sugzr Kings 23-4 ;
NEW YORK, Aug. 24-'(UP)
Rain curtailed most of the ac action
tion action In the International League
yesterday but the Montreal
Royals got enough base hits to
make up for all the teams that
didn't play. v :
Montreal, moveov Into a tie for
third-place by blasting four Ha
vana pitchers for 28 hits in a 23-
4 rout George Shuba's 11th and
Frank Roseboro's 18th home
runs enabled Leo Cristante to
breeze to his ninth win. ,
Rochester and Columbus got
in six innings and were dead deadlocked
locked deadlocked 2-2, when the rains came.
Scheduled games between Rich Richmond
mond Richmond and Buffalo, and Miami
and Toronto also were): rained
OUt."-'"-'''' -'
-1.1 .......!. ..
The Unescores: ; -;
Havana 100 210 0C0 4 10 6
Montreal 203 723 15x 23 28 1
Consuegra, Heard (3), Cueche
(4), Marrero (6) and Dotterer,
Sierra (8H Cristante and Rose Rose-boro.
boro. Rose-boro. LP: Consuegra. HRs: Shu Shu-ba,
ba, Shu-ba, first, Roseboro,- seventh.
(Suspended at end of 6th, rain)
Columbus. 000 2002
Rochester 002 0002
Doser and Noble: Markell and
Rand.
Richmond at Buffalo and
Miami at Toronto, postponed,
rain. -
Isthmian Aquamen
Meeting Monday4
The Isthmian Aauamen divine
club will hold a meeting at the
Balboa Yacht Club Monday 7:30
p.m. Club members and guests
will welcome the club's presidents.
Bill Taylor,' and wife back home
from travel tour. f
: F2H10US
UJitAjDJt
Umpire's
(hesl Proleclr
Special Prici
$13.95
. Retnlar, 25.50 5
J No. 47 Central Ave.

DANCING IN THE DARK-For

, .-.uuiMiui; eiung out an ever-present
reality. For these campers, at Waretown, N.J.'s Camp LighU
irouse, are blind.' Guided by counselors, the sightless campers
partake In games and sports during the day, dancing and rt
laxation in the evenings.-f ?- ; .

WTIfT ff. HI Ml US' tiki

i iii 1
TsasaS'
w
73
70-
70
L
46
47'
51
60
62
70
69
70
Pet.
Milwaukee
.613
.598 2
.579 4
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
St. Louis :.
J0 13
Philadelphia V 55
Pittsburgh . 51
Chicago 49
.470 17
.421 23
.415 23i
AU 25
New York . 47
TODAVS GAMES
! Phladelphla at Mflwaukee (N)
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N)
Pittsburgh at St.1 Louis (N) ;
New York at Chicago
- YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Twilieht Game).
Phlladel. 200 201 000 5 1
Milwaukee 000 470 00 11 11 a
hiramons (lo-g). Flowers, PB
Iette, S. Miller( Negray and Lo Lopata.
pata. Lopata.
crone 10-8), Johnson and
Kice.
(Nlrht Game) '
Brooklyn 300 020 001 a s
iinoinnau 3U 001 0015 IS!
. ...
newcomoe (20-6) and Camoa.
nella.
Klippste'n (11-10).. Ark r
Lawrence. Gross and Bailey.
(First Garnet
Pittsburgh 000 000 000 4 '1
bt. Louis OJOOUOOx 3 11 0
KUne (10-15). Hall. Pollet and
Foiles. ,
, Maxell (12-10), and Katt.
(Second Game)
Pittsburgh 000 001 0102 g 0
St. Louis ' 200 000 0013 9 8
Munger, Hall, Face (8-8) and
Sbepard, Foles. ' :-f.
Schmidt, Collum (6-1) and
Cooper.
(First Game) v'
New York 000 100 0012 ; 7- 1
Chicago 001 000 0001 5 -1
Antonell' (13-12) and Sarnf.
Drabowsky (1-1) and ChitL
(Second Game)-.
' (Called at end of 7th on ac
count of rain). i i
New York 008 000 08 13
Chicago -, 000 000 55 7 1
Surkont (1-0), McCall, S WU-

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

THE FIGHT RACKET EXPOSED!

' Here's the moyie that does to crooked boxing what
"On The Waterfront" did to the dock racket! The heavy heavy-welrht
welrht heavy-welrht picture of the year.., and new champion with H.B.
"THE HARDER THEY FALL" OPENS ON WEDNESDAY 29
AT THE LUX ....

" T

th happy teen-agers, above,
rti. ea
639
J76 I
:556 104
J46 11U
.475 20
-.454 2JU
.424 26
.328 37J4
New York
Cleveland '.
Chicago
Boston k 4
Detroit s i
Baltimore-'.,
Washington
Kansas City
- TODAY'S GAMES i
Chicago at New York (N)
Cleveland at Boston v
, Detroit at Baltimore N)
K. City at Washington (N)
, "STERDAI'S RESULTS
(First Garnet
Chicago 310 oni nrnt t
New York 011 000 001 S a a
' -r hi! .' I;- 'i r
Keegan (4-5) and Moss.
R. Coleman (3-4). i.
Berra, Howard.
(Second Game)
Chicago.
303 000 006 6 I
001 010 011-4 13
New York
Howell'
15-6), ; LaPalme and
Lollar.
Turlev (7-3). BYrni n,tm
' x.ua mm
(Night Game)
Cleveland 000 010 0fln1 t
Boston 000 001 01 t
Lemon' (16-11) and Hegan.
Parnell (7-3) and White.
(Night Game)
wetro't 000 000 0001 I
Baltimore 000 010 20x-3 9 $
Lary (13-13) and House.'
Brown (10-6) and Triandos.
(Night Game) '
Kansas City 021 000 ftOfl-L a 1
Washington 110 030 OOx $' 8 2
Crimlan (2-7), Shanti and
Smith, -. x
Stobbs (12-10) and Berberet. ;
helm and Westrum.
Hacker (2-12). Hushes. Rra.
nan, Meyer and Landrlth.

t
W I
. 78 44
.. 68 50
.65,52
. 65 54
v 57 63
i. 54 65
. 50 68
. 39 SO



f AGI nXTD

rtmlf arnrsT 21. 1951 rfff

TEX r.WAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIT Y NEWSTATER
id-,.
ti :ims
Choice
.r eattirS

TT r.Vf.i- O 1

MivMie

V:

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PUNLOP. TOURNEY PRIZES Members of the Panama Golf
club are currently, playing the pttt hole qualifying round In the
annual Eninlop sponsored tournament. Winner in each. of the
three flights and the medalist in each group will be awarded
the beautiful sterling silverware shown above' through the
courtesy of Agendas Doel, local Dunlop agents. The qualifying
. : -, : round ends at ff p m, September 3. ...'.

JOE .WILLIAMS

- v
TomorrovV
Racing Card

lit iuci yd Jfk-, irt 7 Fg.

Pun $400.00 ,'. aol Close 12:1 5

FIRST RACL

I Sun tonne

2 Encachada
J M. Melody

I Lanero

i Riscal
6 After Me :

.. HE DOUBLE

. J. Bravo, 115
,V. .Castillo: 113
A. Ycaza 118

J. Jimenes 113x

i J. PhilliD li

O. de Leon 106x

lni Race irl Sarie lmortS 6 Fai.

Pane $400.00 -Fool Clean 111 5

SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 -Don Danl

a-Riqui
3 Valley Star
Mate

5 Amin Didl
6 Melrose
7 Panzaretta
8 B. Blade

9 (Copadora
10- (Amat ; ;

: J. Bravo 110
F. Hidr.lgo.108
4 J. Phillips 107
A. Vasquez 118
B. Aguirre 111
i K. Ftores 112
F Alvare 110
J. Gbngora 106

O. de Le6n tlx
A. Reyes R. 102x

3rd R "B" Natives- 6 Ft

Pwrtr $350.00. Pool Clem 1 5

ONE-TWO

1 Takeaway

2 Daniel
3 Joe
i-Petite
6 Portal

J. Bravo 110

C. Ruiz 118
F. Alvarez 120
v A. Ycaza 113
J. Phillips 110

4th Race MG" Nrtivw F.

Pun $275.00 Peal Clot 2:20

- QUINIELA -.V
li-D. Barbara V. Castillo 11 J

2 Papa Rorra i O. Bamos S7x

A distinguished visitor In .our town today Is Bob jones, who
created golf's historic Grand Slam, then destroyed the blueprint.
I continue to believe the old Scottish game, has never seen his
equal as a player, nor his superior as a gentleman.
What many appear to forget in contending that some of the

moderns, conspicuously Ben Hogan, wa? a finer craftsman, is that

rones retired from big-time goil wnen he was only 28 years old old-He
He old-He was still at his peak. Possibly, ha hadn't yet attained it.
- I fail to see anyone can seriously argue that if Jones had e e-.
. e-. lected to make a career of goir and continued to play in th? ma major
jor major tournaments mntil he was 40, or more, that he wouldn't have
Kept right on winning his full share of championships. i.;
. As a measure of his consummate skill this nn ttpm irt n.

, ticular speaks with more eloquence and conviction than even the
Grand Slam: From 1922 to 1930 he played In 12 National Opens,
nine here, three in Great Britain, and finished first or Second in
..11 of the 12.-- .v!-i ". -,v .-t ."

v This testifies to his remarkable consistency Itf a garn'e whre

une snois art not aiway properly rewaraea. The Slam... ; win winning
ning winning the American Open and Amateur.. and the two British

counterparts. .. the same peason, was I always imagined, a per personal
sonal personal challenge. ".!'.'

' .A r?-1?1 S'wtort may riave entered Into Jones' decision to
make 19S0 hig bowrout, year;. His law business was Just beginning
to takejorm, and that undoubtedly was a major consideration.
The nation was still in' tha grip of a "depression. Even' so, Holly-,
wood would pay big-money for a series of Instructional shorts by
Jones. . j even bigger. -if he closed out his brilliant career with an

, -uuyieceueaiea sweep, y.-j."- s .:
, i , An tmpty Kap.

Much of this Js, as J layi-'siirtnlaii.. fhwgi'W.:eoi,'li''dM

3 Jachalin

4- G, Pick
5 Volador '
8 Regla
5h Kara "C-D
Puna S325.00
1 Metto

2 Buriba V"1'"

5TU tu r
4 Ika

.W(Apche

A. Ycaza 118

I E. Ortega 112

J. Jimenex HOxi

O. de Leon 103x

"

1

0pulehto Hurling Parle,

GoldnCorn, Kadir;Toni
Also Go In $700 Race

i; The St Mary's Stable's starrino; Argentine-bred
f ive-year-old bay horse Paquiro returns to action to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow in the featured $700 one-mile gallop for im imported
ported imported thoroughbreds in the First Series at the Pres President
ident President Remon racetrack.

JAMBOA GOLF CLUB'S YOUNGEST GOLFER Miss Carol Ann Kelley.ihree years old, ap-
pears to be following the Instructions of her In structor, Harry Hart, and U trying to decide
between the overlapping and the interlocking grip. All you P.W.G.A. members beware, Carol
Ann is servihi notice she wfll be in the flnali of the 1970 championship tournament, r

OUT OF DOORS with

Native 5 Fat

- Peel Cleiet 2:55

"5! A. Ycaza 110

0. de Le6n 107x
- T. Aimer. "112
B. Aguirre. US ;'
A. Gonzalez 105

6 (L. Guararefta V., Brown J20
6tfi Ra iti Stria lmprti-8 Fa.

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. FIRST.RACI OF THE DOUBLE
1T Am naloa V HldfllffO 1 18

jFontflneblen A. Vasquez' 122

3 rav 8not A. Jttym R. 107x

4 t Osnm : J. Bravo'110

5 K'o?co v -1 O. Mw-rfnda Wx

oPter F. Alvarez J07

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t ion's Claw . v 1
10-Greco H. Reyes 112
tth R UA Sariit lmMoV-Y F

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. BRING HOMS MEAT,
NOT ALIBIS -.
By WARREN PAGI
- Sheeting Edited

Knw is the time, cood friends,

ha what vnu- should have been

An n ill Kummer. ana cenaujiy

ohniiirf not be doine a month

from now: Check. ut your deer

: .......

t, My heart bleeqs no great gops
sympathy for the. chaps who will
show up in thewhitetau" timber or
the mule deer sage with rifles
sighted to shoot three points east
of southeast. They deserve t the
misses they'll get, Pi
mighty Small consolation to them
to offer failure, to sight in their

muskets as a possime uiougn pu puny
ny puny alibi for coming home with
io.iv hand and no meat.'

" Go ahead -r- die tt out of the

rlnset or take it down off the rank.

Push' n oilv ran through and

make sure the bore isn't as jrusty
as4an old drain-pipe. it-js.ou
havd only yourself tOblame. ;

Then swipe the screwdriver out
of your spouse's sewing machine
drawer and set up n' all the

screws. All of them.f Screws near-

7 r L .-2t1.J:

ing on wooa may very possigiy

take a turn or three, especially a
you've left Old Betsy somewhere

in too great or too dry neat.

:XkvrVfhin:t tight. clean: !: acbon

aeeminelv ready to, function pro-

ueiivr huit lufc .s xu vui w

range. On the way, stop at the lo

cal hardware for a couple or dox-

the game the' law permits", -tut

you 11 need four times as many to
punch practice and targeting holes
in paper.
No range in your town? Tough.

But there's gravel pit four miles

out, lsa t mere? r ma an oiq wooa-

en box and set It up where your

slugs will hit clay or dirt, not out

let-bouncing rocks, and tack onto

if a- regular nundred-yard small

bore target or any one of the

sighting in sheets the sporting

goods dealer nanaea you wim we

ammq. .,f, si

Now. if your rifle hasn t been

fired since last fall, step back 25

yards, Get down onto your mcipi
ant bav window -behind a log. I

short stack of planks., or even -.a

rock, pad ,it with a rolled Dianitei

ur jacnei, auu ui mice iuuuu.

Pretty good. Then cart your pad

ded rest oacK to m iw p a e t
mark and try again. Make sure
you'je not. resting ., the barrel, of
vour. rifle against anything, and

sign a Hollywood contract after winning the Amateur at Merion' J .i7, -I pi ciiaa 4-4fl!es of the ammunition you're going

to complete the roundup, and later he became associated with

. Bpaicungs as aiecnnicai adviser... the gents, who are tossing to today's
day's today's clambake for him, by the way. ( . ,v ? -.
, Nq man ever Won, a word championship In anything who
lacked self-reliance. Whether Jones actually believed he could win
. the four major titles that summer, and struck, out with that spe specific
cific specific objective In view. I rsver heard telL This much, though, you
could gu.to sleep on. He didnt have losing in mind..
; Not every one agrees .with me jthat Jones was at the very end,
- the coolest. A celebrated dissenter Is Hogan himself. He thinks
- the moderns play a faster game and that several of them rate
' higher. This goes for Jones. HagenSarazep and all the headllners
- of the ra under discussion. .....

- 1 This conversation with Hogan took place several, win ten ago
In Chris" Dunphys home at Palm Beach, where the Texas star
"was a guest. Hogan admitted he had never seen Jones play. Just
- the same he wait sure he couldn't have kept pace with the con

temnorarj shooters. -y":n: ''--. :;v;;.y:v.,:'
Dunthy. a veteran amateur, s'ided with Hoeam

"The TJSQA. officials also coddled Jones," charged Dunphy.

-inpy gave nimtne oest oi it in starting times and in gallery pro-
, teCtion,;';ivy-sV.y. fi. 1 .'t"- ; .?:'..

. This was a- noDular squawk at the time. Still, if. Jones was

handled differently, it was due to the large crowds he attracted
- and the" corollary conditions. He was by all odds golfs foremost
gate attraction.':." ; '.--i-'-ry-'h r-.:,,.i-i v-'!'; V
4 Jones needed helo from nobody; For example, he played In the
. British Open four" times (the first when he was only 19 years old)
and won thr.se of them. This shdwa how empty Dunphy's charge
- is, and how little credence it deserves. Unless you wish to believe

Jones took the USGA officials across the ocean with him,
-.-- .. 1
. ... "No Popoveri, r

'-Vwoean thinks If he can win the VS. Open again.: -which

would give him five to Jones' four. .-he would end all doubt as
v. enifc ftii-tim hst. rd have to doubt it: for the records will al-

v ways show that Jones hung up his club when he was still a very
voun man. Hogan was nearly 10 years older when he won his first

, '. big one.; v. 'J -'V' ' -'' -A ..i'-i
' Could it Tbe that superior competition explains Hogan's belat belated
ed belated rise to the summit? That's a matter of opinion. It would, Jiow-
ever be a mistake to get the idea that Jones flourished in an era
v;'-! of popovers. ,: ' l.i. ( .. ..' ;.: i
' Indeed, I wondetf.how many of the present-day Chamber of
Commerce, sensations would have been able to hold their .own on
. a real golf course with Hagen, Barazen, Barnes, Armour, cruick cruick-'
' cruick-' shank, Chick Evans, MacSmith, Leo DJegel, and even Cyril Walk Walk-er,
er, Walk-er, when-h6 was physically Xit?j ,:-: r ..v
A comment Walter Hagen made a, couple of years ago returns
; to mind. :.. 4 ." .. j. '" :-' --v-"-.- S?y.: ...

"We can't be producing many first-class young competitors In

. golf the
, 4 not still

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1Frio:- J. PhllUps im

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FcoriM !.' ."A. Rees R. in?x

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P. Aniirre 120
F; FtdolKO 105
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rf iHif ajyi

By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National League
Written (of NEA Service
QUESTION:. The batter hlta

home run into center field seats

But in going to' first he trips and
sprains his ankle. He cannot get
up and finish touring the bases.

wnu nappens noDert ftenoe.
Answen The rules permit a
plnch runner te replace him un under
der under thee cireumitances,

Q. With the bases loaded and

one out, the batter grounds to the

shortstop. The shortstop flips the
ball to the second baseman, who
throws to first base. The man is
out, at first base, but the umpire
rules that the second baseman
didn't have his foot on second, so
the runner is safe there. He over
slide the bae. however, and the

first baseman throws back to sec second.
ond. second. base. Is this still a force play
at second base Harold Kauf-

nold.' v.

A. No. The runner mutt be tag

Q. The natter lifts a ,long foul

come

The 'son of Etendard-Primavera

was given a brief but well deserv

ed rest following his record break breaking
ing breaking 1:24 4-5 for seven furlongs out

at the newt mulu-muuon dollar

track In his previous euting, Pa

quiro dropped a half-length deci decision
sion decision to Embassy in 1:39 4-5 for the

mile another track mark.

The veteran J ate Pace)
Brave will de the booting. Pa Paquiro
quiro Paquiro will tot 115 pound, the.
tame at Kadir who it consider considered
ed considered a No. 1 rival for tomorrow's,
main event. Leading ockey Al Alfred
fred Alfred Vatquei will guide Kadir.
The latter, wet an Improttiv
third behind Melendts and Em Em-batty
batty Em-batty latt week.

Another starter to get Olentv of

backing in the mutuels is the in

consistent Qpulento. This expen

sive Chilean bred colt is apparent

ly a hot-and-cold ln-and-outer. He

holds a victory ovtr Paquiro go

ing one mile and 70 yards and in

his last start cracked the track

record for one mile and one eighth

when he stepped the distance r in
1:53. V. '

Tony. Golden Cora u and Burl

ing Park are the other scheduled

starters is the feature. Tonv looms

a possible upsetter with his feath feather
er feather of 103 pounds and longthot rid

er Osvaldo de Leon. Jorge rail
hps will be aboard Golden Corn
while Bias Aguirre will do the pi piloting
loting piloting on Hurling Park. -

This weekend's races will he.
run en the workout track. Thlt
acion wat decided, en because
xtentive repairt are being car carried
ried carried out on th main track and
will probably take about two
weekt te be completed.
Ten other races, including a
"hard-to-pick" $500 seven furlong
sprint for Second. Series import imported
ed imported thoroughbreds, are included on
the card. The ninth race, a wide
open sprint, will be contested by
Eric, Golaxo, Eseorial, Panpa
Flynn, Don Cuto, Trirreme, Alha Alha-jar
jar Alha-jar and Jaquimaxo.

the fore end on nothing, hard.. In o left field. It starU to

,f.bl,ck? j 'i C- (down near the bull pen bench.
ThaV .e.n.ou8h. to pop a The fielder moves after- the baU.
brush deer, but if you're a purist. n,. hnii innHnii.

juuu wmliq aci yum bikhw, ..ro-jj. but the fielder trips over one
membering always to. move the 0f the bench-sitter's legs. The

rear sight in tne( direction jn ball drops safely. Isn't this inter-

wmcn you wam-uie duucis- inference Lou waiger

shift,' so as to squeeze all the good
out of your cartridge's trajectory.

For a postal card to the Moot

ing Promotion Division of either

Winchester or Hemhigtlon you can
get a free booklet or sheet which
gives you all the trajectory dope
needed, tells Just about how high
your slugs should hit at 100 paces
to pop a hatrack muley at 300.:

A. No. At larva at the bull sen

membert did net move. They art
entitled to ttay put, under the

clrcumitanea.

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Kansas' football squad includes, 19

married' men.

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Juliana Breaks
With Woman
Faith Healer
AM WOBBSET i DiIlY,-Kr.yjf-?3

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''WlNG TREATED lor a "broken arm" at the Fort Clayton distaff disaster control First Aid
Class is Mrs Kaacy Zachary, wife of 2nd Lt John H. Zachary, CFN. Obviously, Mrs. Zachary
is bring well attended as the whole class looks on. Grouped in the immediate foreground
- 1 to r Ire: lynn Porter, daughter of Sfc, Henry W. Porter, Hq mt (7445 Mrs Zachary,
dtfrs Joy Blond, wife of Sfc. Eugene Blond, 7451 (Medical) Veterinary Section,' Mrs Meg
- Ramsey wife vf Lt Col. David M. Ramsey, 903rd AAA Bn Commander, and Miss Vena Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, daughter of Lt. Col. Arden L. Bennett, Sp Jcial Services, USARCARIB.

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- it !.:.

TWO LADIES vlth their hands full are Mrs. Robert Ryals, vice president of th Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton disaster control distaff workers (left), and Mrs. Evelyn Wells, president of the dlstaffers.
They have donated their time to operate a day nursery for the benefit of Clayton mothers
who want to tttend the current First Aid Course at the Fort Clayton dispensary.

r 7 -L ; ,fu,?'- "If

IN A CLASSROOM demonstration at the Fort Clayton Dispen Dispensary,
sary, Dispensary, Sfc. Jesse Juaregar, (7431) bafidases a Vspralned" wrist
foe Miss Judy Bryant, daughter of MSgt.. Thomas J. Bryant,
; Post Sergeant Major, Ft. Clayton.
' ' (U.S. Army Photo)

15 i

- The overogS person who looks
' inc';r the hood of o cor knows os
little obout it os the old-timer who
; used to look in a horse's mouth.

Soviet President
'nspcts Plants
In Finnish Visit

uKA.u, r inland, Aug. 24 (UP), To encourage dependent women
-Soviet President Kliment Voro-I,'11 small children to come to the
... , . .... i lectures, Mrs. Evelyn Wells, di-

amiur upecira snipyara, paper
factory ind food Drocessina nlant'
. ,
in western Finland yesterday on
the third day of his state visit
..
mo tuuuu

(U.S. Army Photo)
;
Distaff Disaster
Control Operates
Its Largest Class
The larsest class in the liistorv
of the Fort Clayton distaff disas
ter control program, the current
dependent first aid class at Clay
ton comprises ai memDers.
Class sessions have been rnn-
ducted at the dispensary each
weekday morning since Aug. 13
up until today.
During these classes, instruction
was given in basic first aid oro-
cedures which are a requisite fur

framed dependent" wcSKh K'aSSK ?SFSnit3
pvont nf in0i Aetr ci. ibeen granting to the United

cedure, indude Tmm; "d i.
cedures include, immediate diagno
sis oi injury, lencniques to stem
hemorrhage, treatment of shock
patients and the setting of frac fractured
tured fractured bones. Additionally, consi
deration was given to the prob problems,
lems, problems, general and' local, connect connected
ed connected with the Utilization of transpor
tation avauaoie at me time oi an
emergency, t
Course instructors were Sfc.
Henry W. Porter, HQ & HQ Det.
vi44d), anu stc Jesse Jauregar,
Medical (7451). Porter is an old
hand at this type of work, having
been attached to the distaff pro program
gram program for quite some time, where
as Juaregar has been a "medic'
throughout, his army career.
A special feature in the compo
sition of the class has been the
number of teenagers who. attend
ed the instructions. i An all out ef
fort had been made by the dl dlstaffers
staffers dlstaffers to interest the many young
peopie at uayion wno are tern
porarily out of school 'for their
summer vacation period. The ef
fort paid a large dividend in terms
ot attendance at class sessions,
staff president, and -Mrs. Robert
Ryals, vice president, donated
their time to the operation of a day
nursery durini the class periods.
to!''ne ?y.tr,Fe number of children!
cared for In the nursery had been
.12.

THE tfAGtiE; Holland, Aug. 54

(UP). uueen junana wuaj
Tjntianentlv" broke wlth v a
faith healer whose alleged to
f luenr.e was the cause of a
roval prisia In Holland.- v-
' A royal communique said the
Queen and her husband, Prince
Bernhara, has soivea tneir -qu-
tsculties and "now Joot ior-
ward to the future with con confidence."
fidence." confidence." A companion announcement
from "authoritative sources"
to Dutch newspapers said the
Queen had broke 'perma 'perma-nently"
nently" 'perma-nently" with Faith Healer
Greet Hoftnans, whose alleged
Influence broaght on the crisis.-."
;'," ?
The Queen and her husband
both immediately left by air or
Mice, France, en route to Corfu,
Greeca, "for a vacatloa" They
already were aboard their plane
when the announcement was
made. ' '. ',
A communique issued by the
royal couple said:
In discharge of the commis
sion given by us on the 28th day
of June Professor Dr. L. L. M.
Beel, Professor Dr.. P. S. Ger-
brandy and Jonkheer Dr. A. w.
I,. Tjarda Van Starkensborch
Stanchauwer,; have reported
tneir findings to us and given
us advice. We expressed to them
our sincere thanks. ; .. I v
The lir advice hat been a
very valuable contribution to
the solution ef difficulties
which had arisen. We now
look forward to the future
with confidence." ,)! o
.It was signed. "Juliana. Bern-
hard."
The' "Three Wise Men." as the
Royal Commission was ealled,
were appointed to Investigate
press reports of a royal crisis
and even mention of abdication
by JuUana allegedly brought
on by Miss Hofman's Introduc Introduction
tion Introduction Into the palace. V
The Queen had called In Miss
Hofmans several years ago in a
ucaycmir ciiurii io cure Hine-j
year old Prmcess Maria Chris
tina, known as Hanjce. the
Queen's youngest daughter, of
paruai Dimaness. : ; ;
Miss Hofmans became a reg
ular caller at the court. Prince
Bernhard was reported to have
objected strenuously 1 to the
woman, although he was the
one who Introduced her to the
palace -In' 1948. j ?
R.P. Treaty :
(Continued from Page 1)
-." -.u
new one: the salary system now
in existence. v-r"-: ;
"In accordance with the new
system, the present scale of wag
es will be revamped and the bar
sic salary lor any level will be
the same for any employe who
can be appointed to the position'
without taking into considera consideration
tion consideration whether he is a citizen of
the United States or the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama."
4 it Is evident that if the
treaty is complied with, in other
words, if a single, Just and equit equitable
able equitable Job classification, is estab established,
lished, established, with equal salaries and
without distinctions of nation
ality or of "geographic area,
the salaries of Panamanians
must be increased in order not
to remain in an Inferior position
to the ones received by U.S. em employes
ployes employes for the same job, .. ;
5. High U.S. iovrimnt offi officials
cials officials are adopting an : attituo'o a a-quivaltnt
quivaltnt a-quivaltnt ta non-complianca with'
rho troary, aot aaly Hia labar
a.uttioa hut alto an athar Impor Important
tant Important poinrt af tha asraamanti.
6. Commissary privileges and
exoneration from the payment
of income tax by Canal Zone
workers living in Panama are in
Btatea for .50 years, ,:n
Fabiega, Sucre, and Heune-
matte also quoted the treaty to
prove 'their contention that the
UjS. has agreed to classify Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians without, making any
distinctions. 1
They recalled that In i pub
lic report at the end of the
treaty negotiations they had
made It clear what had been
agreed upon and what had been
re ected by the U.S.
The negotiators also indicated
the attitude of some local-rate
labor leaders, some of whom are
foreigners,- are not identified
with real Interests of the na nation.
tion. nation. ':;,' ,? '"
Thty warnod i that anamniaa
workart ihouU taka apacial car in
chooiinf thair apokaiman ta that
thay 4a not find thamaalvea rapta rapta-.tantad
.tantad rapta-.tantad hy paraani wha may b in
iahaata Hth cattafn Zona aificiah
ana cartain Zona labor laadari wha
haa alana an4 ara still doing .thair
batt.ta aa that the traaty sravi sravi-ion
ion sravi-ion which favor Panama are not
compliao with.
Type Too Light
For High Brass
WASHINGTON.'Aug. Zi (UP) -The
Army has ordered its Officers
to stop usine, "substandard", type
writer ribbons to prepare effi efficiency
ciency efficiency reports. The reports are
getting too faint lor the generals

Let the people

31st TEAR
Recruit Y
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 24
(UP) President Eisenhower
sent Republican delegates home
from their centennial conven convention
tion convention today with orders to recruit
"young crusaders" into the GOP
to make it the "party of the fu future.".
ture.". future.". : ;v. .H.i"
The forward look was ,' the
campaign theme which Mr. Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower stressed In accepting a
second commission as Republi Republican
can Republican standard-bearer.
But the party organization
was also being assured that the
1956 Republican campaign will
stress some less loftv themes-'
of the kind that politicians call
"belly issues"... to persuade the
voters mat mey never had it so
gOOd. .... '' v"" i..;v.' ""-
The GOP adjourned its four four-day
day four-day convention in the vast
Cow palace last night after
lr 'ng acceptance speeches
f Mr. E senbower and Vice
1 dent Richard M. Nixon,
the party's unanimous renom renom-inees
inees renom-inees to run against the Dem-'
ocratlc ticket of A dial E. Stev Stevenson
enson Stevenson and Sen. Estes Kefauver.
, Mr. Eisenhower was beam-
lne and looklne fit as he out
lined to the cheering delegates
the new, look he would like
give the Grand Old Party. , t
Nixon, wno returned to the
bedside of his ailing 77-year-old
father immediately after, the
session promised to deliver the
message '"to every corner of the
land,'?, The Vice President whose
past campaign tactics have
drawn cries of foul from Demo
crats, avoided any harsh attacks
on the opposition and devoted
most of his speech to praise for
Horse Shov Opens
Al Albrook Sladiui
t AJbrook's 'small fry" will have
a chance to don their high top
boots, guns and big hats and be a
cowboy or cowgirl for a day when
the Albrook Riding Club stages its
fony rides at Beam Stadium on
alurday. .C ,'."-.' I
The program begins at 9:30 a.m.
presenting a two-hour horse show
under the direction of F. S. Rudes Rudes-beim
beim Rudes-beim and members of the Pana
ma Riding Club and the Albrook
Riding Club.: t.:'-;C:'t
Thrills and spills will be present
ed in the big-ten equitation event,
which will include Isthmian riders
Maxim and Miraie Conover, Gabie
Frederick, Billy Kirkland, Kicity
McDonald and Lucy HinWe.
The events will include interme
diate and advance jumping, pony
Ms nir iumDine. bareback rid-
inir and musical chairs. Following
the show the Albrook Riding Club
will make available their ponies
and horses to children wno care
tn mirehase rides. AL proceeds
fro x the pony riaes win ue aouv-
r-- ... i
ed to the Air r orce aw oocie
campaign fund. -1
Judges for the : competitive, e e-nt
nt e-nt nf the show win be Lt. Col-
Hamilton B. Webb, command sur surgeon.
geon. surgeon. Col. Jeorge L. Holsinger,
mHrad. and Rudesheim, Score
keeper wUl be Mrs. Julia Holsm
ger. ' JJ-,"'
Empty Life Balls
Snclted bv US Havy
0f Red China Coast.
TAIPEI, Formosa, Aug. 24
(UP) A U.S. Navy task force
operating within sight of Red
China's Saddle Islands today
-ntteri mntv life rafts ana
wreckage of a patrol plane be be-iiowori
iiowori be-iiowori shot down bv Commu
nist fighters with 16 Americans
aboard. -"
There were no signs of sur
The Saddle Islands are about
50 miles from the China main mainland
land mainland near Shanghai and 200
miles north of the spot where
the plane disappeared early yes yesterday
terday yesterday alter reporting it was
attacked by unidentified air-
cran. '-!-'-' ":v
Naw authorities speculated
the Martin Mercator, powered
bv two jets and two piston en engines,
gines, engines, continued flying after
it was damaged and plunged
into the tea only a short dis distance
tance distance from' the jealously jealously-guarded
guarded jealously-guarded Communist China
coast.--' v '('
The Naw sent some shins pro
tected by F-8$ Sabrejets and Jets
from tne aircraft carrier Essex
almost to the mouth of strategic
Hangchow Bay in search of sur-

privors.

know the truth mid the

PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY, AUGUST X4, 1958

dung Crusaders To

the president and the record of
the administration.
Delegates- came here with
confidence that the renomlna-
tion of. the Elsenhower-Nixon
team would assure a Republican
victory thls year and they left
with -'that confidence undiluted.
But they heard frequent warn warnings
ings warnings that this would be a tough
campaign and that they should
take nothing for granted.
mey shouted and whooped It

2 17-Year-OIds Given Fresh Chance
After Admitting Canal Zone Thefts

A fresh .chance wasgiven b
U. jS. District Court this morninr
to two 17-year-old Panamaniar
youths who pleaded guilty to separ
ate;- crimes. ,..
Both; had previous' convictions
of theftsv ;.::v.i.."-sr.vf-s
George. Emmanuel'' of Chirrilk
pleaded cuilty to havinc taken t
package containing IT cemic books
and 24 Hershey bars from a vehicle
parked on Porto Bello Street in
Ancon. The charge was petit lar
ceny after previous eonviction of
tne same offense.1 ;
9 A charge of having burglarized
BaiDoa Yacht Club in 1954 had
been reduced to petit larceny be because
cause because of his age' at that time. He
served 30 days in jail lor this mis misdemeanor
demeanor misdemeanor and another 30 days lor
a subsequent petty larceny: Before
today, he had been convicted of
seven petty offenses. '."
Public defender William J. Sheri Sheridan,
dan, Sheridan, Jr., pleaded. for leniency, in
asmuch as the family is exceedr
iiigly poor and the boy has an
older brother who is ill. Defen Defendant
dant Defendant told the court he thought the
package contained food, and that
his mother bad told- him to bring
some home. .- .'' i
She stood beside nim in court
today while Judge Crowe sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced him to a year at hard labor.
but then suspended the sentence
ana put mm on pronation tor three
years; v'rH' !--.. '-.yj.--:
on u5
(Continued front Page 1) )
la Caleta and" Is married to a
local girl She has given birth to
a cniid since tne nrst neanng
on Aug. 7. ; ;
Robles told ? the court that
there was sickness in Novikov's
family.: His mother is' In the
States fc with her sister, who is
Ul..-:-. V::.-'
Robles said that Novlkov would
like to have his mother present
ior tne. sentencing.
-Assistant District "Attorney
J. Morton Thomson objected
to the continuance for plea.'
He noted the offense occurred
Jurte 30, and that as time went
on "witnesses have a way of
forgetting or disappearing."
After some discussion, be
Castro then' said that his clients
would plead guilty today. He
asgea mat the date or sentenc
ing be set: Sept. 14, Sheridan.
who Is shortly going on a brief
juage crowe then poued.eacn
of the defendants, one by one,
air auswerea guilty.
The Judge then set the sen sentencing
tencing sentencing for Sept. 14 and stated
that ball of $2500 would contin continue
ue continue as fixed. 4
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AFTER THE VOTE The na nation's
tion's nation's 4,175,134 Boy Scouts and
'leaders, in co-operation with
Freedoms Foundation at Valley
Forge, Va4 are busy in a non nonpartisan
partisan nonpartisan Get -the -Vote -Out
campaign. In addition to put putting
ting putting one-and-a-quarter million
posters, abover on display, the
Scouts will place Liberty Bell
hangers om-the, door knobs of
.35.000,000 home just befora
tlection day, urging every citi citi-sen
sen citi-sen to Vote.

country is lafe" n Abr

up as both nominees walked
down the platform last night to
watch abbreviated versions of
the demonstrations which had
marked their nominations..
Mr. Eisenhower gave five rea reasons
sons reasons why he considers the GOP
"the party of the future:
; 1 It is the party of long
range principle, not short ex expediency".
pediency". expediency". -
(He used this as, spring-1
board for slamming the Dem
Emmanuel seemed to want .-to
say something and Judge Crowe
permitted him to do so. The youth
said that when he went through
the Canal Zone to go swimming
the police harried him. Judge
u-owe said' that with the defend
ant's- known record the noliee
would be derelict of their duty if
mey aian t Keen a close tan on
mm.-. -
He told the bov he must renort
to the probation officer once a
monin put suggested :
'-Don't find it necessirv in Mm
thrpugh La Boca on your way to
me courinouse.
, The second youth, Teodoro Sosa,
a resident- of San Mitsiiel TlanH
in the Perlas 'group, pleaded guilty
to. burglarizing, the maid's quar quarters
ters quarters of a Balboa -Heights home of
a watco.: valued at 30. .
He was elven a two-vear tn.
tence, Suspended' for live years.
me eoun naving- Deen told he
would probably so-back to the
isiana ana stay out of trouble.
Rear Ada Ryden
Dies IiiM3xico;
Aged 74 Years
Resr Adm'. Rby'-W. Rvden. who
served two tours of dutv with th
Canal organization as superintend
ent ot tne Mechanical (now Indus Industrial)
trial) Industrial) division; died last week in
Ciudad Calles, Mexico. He was 74
years old.
News of his1 aeath whx4rfrivpri
friends on the Isthmim m a letter
from his daughter-in-law.
Admiral Ryden, then a captain
In the U. S.' Navy, was first assign assigned
ed assigned in The Canal Zone in 1921 as
superintendent of the Mechanical
Division and served for t h r e e
years. He was assigned to the
same position again in 1929 and
this time served until 1934.
It was during his last five years
of service during fhe depression
that the Mechanical Division work
sank to one of the lowest ebbs in
its history and the furlough sys
tern was adopted. It was also dur during
ing during this period when several large
pieces of floating -equipment for!
the Canal were constructed in the
Mechanical Division..
Admiral .Ryden. and his family
were well known during their long
residence in the Canal Zone, and
his son, Roy, Jr., was one. of the
top golfers of the Isthmus for sev several
eral several years. v'v;v v-
In addition, to his sonr himself
a Canal employe for several years,
who now lives in Laguna, Califor California,
nia, California, Admiral Ryden is survived by
a daughter, Mrs. John R. Wat Wat-terman,
terman, Wat-terman, of Montgomery, Alabama,
and lour grandchildren.
fc!2r-A;rlca-:-v-
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Ccngress Closes
. Mayoi1 pantaleon Henriquex
Bernal of Panama City took the
chair yesterday in the closing
minutes of the plenary session
of the 6th Inter-American Con Congress
gress Congress of Municipalities.
Whoever is mayor of Pahama
City at the time of the next
Congress two years hence, will
preside over the session to be
held in Rio de Janeiro, BrazlL
The week-long congress -approved
four "topics" which covr
ered the work of the sessions. I
Raymond Tucker, mayor cf;
St Louis, Mo., who was the of-!
ficial spokesman, for the United j
$!ta fa Ha1nvaHnti' alea ennlro at
ww wo v A.sa MWat mu S3 svgw e
uie nnat session.
Besides Tucker, 40 other Amer Americans
icans Americans from 15 States attended.
Tucker anie-over' Into the
Canal Zone yesterday and gave
a brief talk on -"The St Louis
Plan" to Canal officials and ci civic
vic civic leaders. The .Impromptu
meeting was held at the Ad Ad-nlnistration
nlnistration Ad-nlnistration bulldina,

Lincoln.

FIVE CENTS
(lYlafie ;
ocrats as a party ef expedien expedien-cy
cy expedien-cy m dealing with the farm
issue, labor relations and the
growth of bureaucrat's sower
in Washington). ;
2. It Is Ue naitvl wUrh rnn.
centrates on ,tha facts and is-,
sues of today and. tomorrow, not
wie ialis ana isjuesof yester yester-day.'''
day.''' yester-day.''' ,.. i
S. It ts the- partv that

people together, not drives them
apart." ' ... -.-

4. It.i&.i4h..Dart- through
which the many things that
still needed doing will soonest be
done; 4. by enlisting the fullest

energies oi iree, creative and in individual
dividual individual people."
6-: ATparty ot the- future must
be ,; completely dedicated to
peace and he said in effect
that the OOP is best oriented In
that direction.
Airport Hos;

Robbery; Radio
Apparatus Cone ;
"MERITJAMfexici, Aug. 24 (UP)
me international Airport here
was out of touch with the world
fqr some time ltst night.- Thieves
stole its radio antenna and lead lead-in
in lead-in cables
Vcather Or Not
V Thii waathar nport, far tha 24
hour ending I a.m. todiy, ia Br Br-ara4
ara4 Br-ara4 by tha'Mataerologieal tni
Hyaregraphic Branch af tha Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Cemparrys
' 1 IALBOA CRISTOBAL
TEMPERATURE
taw:'., ........ ..-
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HUMIDITY
Hith
96
to,
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WIND
(mai'. mph).';
RAIN (intha)
WATER TEMPi
(mnar harbarai
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 25'
HIGH
5:5S a.m..
tll p.m
LOW
12 :10 V-m.

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jSTORY OF GABY. .'
I and the American boy.
'.They had only 24 hours
V to live a lifetime! V
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