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' I PANAMA, R. p, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 19S v- ,-.-a ; ..- ' '"'""'
I v Will .tf I if: last
PAST AND PRESIDENT President Elsenhower has a warm
. handshake for former. President Hoover as they meet in San
Demos Lambaste Eisenhower
Speech; Adlai, Keef Meet
- WASHINGTON,. Aug. 25 (UP)
President Eisenhower t speech c c-cepting
cepting c-cepting renominstion appeared to today
day today to be a No. 1 Democratic ta
.get. J- :, :,-Democratic
Democratic :,-Democratic National Chairman
Paul M. Butler attacked it as
"wishful thinking" and a "glossing
over ol failures." , t
Butler made the. attack' as the
. Democratic National Committee
issued tor party members a pomt-by-point
"analysis" of-Mr. Euen Euen-hower's
hower's Euen-hower's speech.
And Democratic presidential tan tan-didate
didate tan-didate Adlai E. Stevenson said the
pres'-fi record doesn't match
ul tltiiikii a soothing rt
uranees," H said the pridf
ft Had to )v data lis on hew h
"propoiod to load the country ts a
poactfui and prosperous future
Instead,? Butler said, Mr., Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower used the "generalities which
his advertising experts found so
auccessful during the 1952 can,
paign." !'.-:t c
He said wherever Mr, Eisenhow
er did get specific, he was "m
sharp conflict with his record, and
that' of his administration."-
"We Democrats are prepared to
fight this campaign out on the rec record,"
ord," record," Butler.said. "We hope and
expect that the voting public will
demand that the Republicans meet
' us on the battle-ground .of the
Meanwhile, Sen. Estes Kefauver
joins Adlai E. Stevenson 'oday in
Slotting strategy for battling the
;isenhower administration in the
coming campaign, r
. Kefauver, No. 2 man on the De Democratic
mocratic Democratic ticket, was due to arrive
in Chicsgo at 10:50 a.m. and motor
here for a weekend of confer conferences
ences conferences and campaign work with
the ground .work for the coming
campaign, .- ,
- Stevenson soent th' nut wmV
resting at his home, and the last
two days making films for televi television
sion television use this fall, .Aides said Ke-
lauver would take part in at least
one oi tne films to be made on the
oievenson larm later today,
Stevenson late vesterdi
ed the formal aDDointmVnt nf hi
top echelon of his campaign. The
only new name was that of Clivtnn
Fritcbey, who will become Steven
son's prtss secretary. v .
Fritchey, once an aide to form former
er former President Truman, was .assist
ant manager of fc!evenon's iip'up iip'up-t
t iip'up-t .I c i n l '. a
of the JDeiuocraUc aaonal Com
miuee y ? , ;
Russian UN Translator
Kicked Out Of US As Spy
UNITED NATIONS XT v
nu. turj a Kussian em
pioye of the United Nations : has
been fired for trvine in nhtiin in.
formation vital to the security of!
me aeienses ot tne United States,
it was disclosed yesterday, s
U. N. Secretarr Cenenf ri
nimmarsKjoia announced he had
dismissed Viktor Ivanovich Petrnv
on the basis of information from
tne u. Mate Deoartment.
A spokesman for the U. S Mi-
sion to the United Nations said
tne department of Justice furn
ished information thraiiffh th
atate uepanment that Petrov was
Petrov, a Soviet national, wis
employed by the U, N. Secretariat
as a translator in the language
and meetings section of the de
partment of conference services.
A U. $. State ? Dooartmont
sookosmtn In Washington said
Petrov, 31, tried to et classified
Information from en aircraft
worker who turned him In to
the FBI. The worker was not L
A U. N. Snokesmaii aalii Vtmv
left the country Thursday. "nre-
aumably" with his wife and son.
i-etroy was recruited in Moscow
ieDruary, 1953, and was mak-
a salary of S8O0O in his i a h
wun ine aecreianat. : v
The U. N. snokesman siM h
loneuea termmauon and indem-
ty pay whea Hammarskjold fired
They planned to spend today
and tomorrow at Stevenson's 71
acre country home near here. To
gether, they will leave by plane
Monday for a five-day trip to see
party leaders in 34 states and lay
I7c.7.:n C;;s h M
' A Colon woman who had been
discharged from Coco Solo Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital Wednesday died the same night
as she was returning tor t reat reat-ment
ment reat-ment for a heart condition, it was
' valentine Marie-Rose. 87," a na
tive of Martinique, had been ad'
mitted to Coco Solo for a treat treatment
ment treatment for a heart condition on June
Wednesday evening members
of her family saw that she was
suffering from shortness of'
- breath. They called a taxi and
i started to take her back to the
hospital but she wss pronounced
dead on arrivaL
; The family reported that he
collapsed just as the cab was en entering
tering entering the hospital driveway,;
J transiting Lanal:
J i A Stateless Shfo
A shin without country moved
k northbound through the Canal this
ihe is the stateless vessel Pe-
rene, and she u headed not for
iavy Jones' locker but for the
scrap-pile In Britain.
- The hulk was in tow of the tug
r.ngHsnman, sent from the United
Kingdom to fetch her from her re recent
cent recent berth in Cailio: Pot-u
Use Toars Coirrss
In! Prcbzbla tVs:
Plans It Agiiin
x PEBBLE BEACH. Calif
ur j -rresiaeni Kisennnivrr .. toir.
ing full advantage of nninnaiiv
good weather, today planned an-
omer assault on lamed Cypress
Point Golf Course one of the
wmgnest m the country, ;
Press Secretary James C TT-
gerty said Mn Eisenhower would
get a fairly early UrV probably
auvui 14 noon,
The president planned to loaf
yesterday, but the warm sun, cool
air and absence of wind lured
him to the course, where he play played
ed played 18 holes for the first time since
ha was stricken with ileitis last
his companions for the round
were John McCone, former un undersecretary
dersecretary undersecretary of Navy; Samuel K
8. Morse, president of the Del
Monte properties on which- the
golf course is located, and Harry
Hunt, president of the Cypress
Point Golf Club. : . v v
The president, who was paired
with McCone against Morse and
Hunt, didn't mention hii sror
However, Morse said he himself
had aa 89 and the president ."one
or two stroaes more." t
. 'The president played very well,
said Morse. "If he had been a lit.
tie sharper around the greens, he
woma nave naa an excellent score.'
Morse said he and Hunt won the
match and added that all mem
bers of the foursome played the
iamous lein noie me snort way'
He said they each took four on the
rugged three-par hole and that
none of them lost a ball in the (sp
ins; racuic ocean. -' ;
i ts ti e fourth Ru!.ft -"fial
charged this summer with
spying on U. ii military active
wss Dnef. .. -'
It said the dismissal was ordew
ed om the basis of information!
received by the Secretary Gener
al concerning tne activities of Po
trov not permitted under he pro provisions
visions provisions -of the staff regulations ra-
1.4:.. .. i .
iaua io nanaaras. oivconauct xor
intrnatinnl fivil aaroi . I
The Uz S. Mission announcement
was more specific. It said Petrov
naa attempted to obtain informa information
tion information vital to the security and do.
X .t. T1.'l ..
In Washington, the Justice De Department
partment Department said the FBI found out
retrov. tried to set classified in.
lormauon on u. S. military air aircraft
craft aircraft but failed.
After the Russisn and the air air-,
, air-, craft worker had met a number
of times over a period of months,
the Justice Department said, Pe Petrov
trov Petrov indicated there would be
. larger sums of money availa available
ble available for Information obtained
from the aviation corporation for
which the employe worked."
The' department said Petrov at
so asked the worker whether h
had "friends or acquaintances at
we pisni wno needed money and
could obtain information for him."
The meetings esme tn dimiT
when Petrov cave the cmnlova a
puoiisnea cnart containing physi physical
cal physical specifications and flight cha characteristics
racteristics characteristics of U. S. military air-
The chart contained a numhar
of blank columns indicating speci specific
fic specific information on certain aircraft
was classified, v v t.
Petrov indicated that he would
pay the employe for filling in cer certain
tain certain of these blanks," the depart department
ment department said. ; ......
"Despite the fsct that the em.
ploye indicated that this informs-
uon was ciassuied, fetrov per-
sisiea in nis request," it said.
kti&lzi Fcr Pcb;
ll'i First Such Case
i The first poliomyelitis ease to
n-erm!ttea.-te a cari ..zone
I hta t.. parent had
ict.ved the complete aeries of
three Salk vaccine inoculations
was reported Friday at Balboa
Heights; It la a mild case of
The patient la kn eight-year
old boy from Paralse, whose
father as an employe In the.
Locks Division, t
The young hoy's condition
was reported as good Friday
afternoon at the hospital.
It said Petrov contacted an air
craft worker who had advertised
tor part-time drafting work
AH first, the department said,
Petrov asked the worker tn trr
diagrams that appeared in com
merciai aviation mseszines.
It gradually becsnie annarent
to, the employe that Petrov' was
more Interested in develonin th
.mmIau.'. wiMJ.U:A 1. 1
cuimuji uiciiusuip uim no was
in having tracings made of readily
Of the more than 30 eolio ca-
tlenti admitted to Oorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital during ,the present out outbreak,
break, outbreak, only two had received
Salk vacclne and both of these
had been given only one inocula inoculation.
tion. inoculation. . .'.-T7il.:-..r-
The use of Salk vaccine both
In during the long experimental
period and since in actual prac practice
tice practice has proved highly effective
in the prevention of polio," par particularly
ticularly particularly the crippling paralytic
type. However, no claims have
ever been made by medical sm-
inoriues mat it is 100 per cent
The ratio of cases mnns- ehit.
dren treated at Ooraras who have
received the complete Salk 1m-
munizauon ueatment nrf thme
wno nave not u now less than
one to 30 since the admiulnn f
we young faraiso patient.
(UP) -Dr. Alfred C. Kinsev. to
a university professor who hn-im.
perhaps the world'a foremost su-
inoniy on Human aexual hahavlnr
died today in Bloomington hospi-
uu suicu lime as ine
author of two volumes on the per-!
ua private naoiu of men
and women, died at 9. a.m. hospi hospital
tal hospital spokesmen said.
'He was taken to the hospital
three dsya ago suffering from a
heart : condition and nneumonii.
For several months, Kinsey had
oeen in falling health and ment in.
rreasingly less time in his office
at the Institute for Sex Research
on tne Indiana University campus.
Klnsey's nsme became a
household word in 1948 when his
first world famous "Kinsey Re Report"
port" Report" on sex behavior of the hu
man male we published as a
best-selling book, A second vol volume,
ume, volume, on female sev behavior,
was published m 1953. It made
him ovea more famous than the
' Kinsey was born In 1894 in Ho-
boken, N.J., the son of an enni
neering instructor at the Stevens
Institute of Technology. As a boy,
he lived In South Orange, N. Jr
He worked his wav throueh Bow-
doin Colle i?e, Me., largely with
mif.-T. earned -as counselor ""in
summer camps' fof hoys.vfler
getting a B.S. degree in psycholo psychology
gy psychology at Jowdoin, Kinsey received a
doctor of science degree in biolo
gy at Harward and stayed on as a
graduate atudeat for research in
uuect life. v-. .'
Kinsey beame the w e r I d's
foremost authority, en the life
and habits wf the gall wasp. Ho
Studied the subject so intensive.
y his research covered 150,000
spoelment that is gave him the
experience In detail work which
(Continued en page I. coL 3)
lil Drglar Hearing
Is Sharp (onlrast
2 Paint Contract
Jobs Are Opened
Bids for two paint contracts
were opened by the Panama Ca
nal Company Friday mornine-.
with 8ervlcio Brouwer and Guar-
aia and company submitting
avpuieui) iuw dius. : ;
Servicio Brouwer submitted! n
apparent low bid of 81.380 nfor
ine interior pamunr of si a-
partment on the Atlantic side.
ine apartments to be painted
are: Nos. 117-B. 127-A and 24S-
A of Gatun; and Nos. 8126-A,
oi iM-a ana 82u-B or Margarita.
- Guardia'a low bid of 11 4nn
waa for the painting of nine
apartments on the Pacific Side.
The apartments to be painted
are: No. 0582-D of Aneon: 7io-b
758-C, 0T78-G, 0777-K and 821X 821X-A
A 821X-A of Balboa: and 5330-A. mi-r.
and 5718-D of Diablo Heights.
Other companies which sub submitted
mitted submitted bids for the paint con-
aeent Pivn. 1,
hrrMlrrShfPheed the totractt were Tropical Paint Cora
through Canal waters. 'nanv. Tne. Wnrt i w 4. nt7Z.
' 1 Aa VUiiCJf.
Police Wonder If Kidnapper
Dof Job Alone-OrWith Aid
MINEOLA, N.Y.; Aur. 25 (UP)
-i-Confessed kidnaper Angelo
John LaMarca left police head
quarters here today, handcuffed
to two detectives, presumably as
part of an Investigation to de
termine whether his abduction
of' month-old Peter Weinberger
invoivea outer persona.
tuyvesant pinnell. chief of
Nassau County detectives, refus
ed to comment on this latest de
velopment But police were
anown to be attempting to de
termine whether anyone will
ingly or unwittingly aided La-
Marca from the time he kid
naped the baby July 4 until he
abandoned him the following
day. The baby' body waa found
roiice, who have absolved
laMarca's wife, quoted the
bnshy-halred, 31-year-old me me-eahnle
eahnle me-eahnle aa saying only that he
spent the night of July 4 la
Brooklyn, some 30 miles from
his Plalnvlew, Long Island,
borne and about the same dis distance
tance distance from the Weinhrr
home here. 4
Scared off bv the mihiinit
which followed the abduction,
he abandoned the baby alive
next day In a wooded area naar
his home without attempting to
collect the 32,000 ransom he had
Police refused to comment on
a report that he might have
pent the night at the home of
?.nLn lend ,n Brooklyn.
iv nHa c neen irin tin
tahlliha t,:(i.: x "uugo remarsea mat sne
iSmtntfi1!! to W Sh?ridan If It Is
was an accomplice,'' pinnetl said, sible for her to do so. v.
When the case of MaUlde I
rehe Knieht was called in U. S.
Disrict Court yesterdsy, a petite
pretty young woman clad ail in
pink stepped forward from, among
the spectator!" r-!.:.vu
Her appearance to defend
charge of burglary was e (harp
contrast to that of most defend defendants.
ants. defendants. t
With a well-cut pink linen skirt.
she" wore a blouse of a somewhat
thinner material and slightly light lighter
er lighter shade. Her shoes were white
pumps, and her earrings were jet
set in rhinestones. T ;
When Judge Guthrie F. Crowe
ssked Public Defender William .J
Sheridan, Jr., whether ht had
talked with the girl, the attorney
No, your honor. This defendant
is on bail." f.- .
Miss Knieht said, however, that
she had no money to employ a
lawyer. She added that her broth-
er bad put up her $100 bail:
Judge Crowe annolnteit fiharl.
j . . . .
oan w aeiena ner and ner case
wss set for plea on Sent.. 14. The
Judge remarked, that she would
L J. Vi a fa a
Jose de la Rosa Castillo, pres president
ident president of Local 907, the Canal
Zone Armed Forces Union, to today
day today Interpreted a statement
made by treaty negotiator Dr.
Octavio Fabrega on June 18.
1955 to mean that the new pan-ama-TJ.S.
treaty la "void" in
view of the. failure of the US.
Congress to legislate the Imple Implementation
mentation Implementation of some phases of
Fabrera waa Forelan Minister
at the Ume.
1 Last night Castillo said he was
still leaving the door onen for'
the negotiators to accept an In Invitation
vitation Invitation to appear at a crooosed
mass meeting In Santa Ana pla plaza
za plaza to give their views on the
.1 ,s ,s. ...r ,.. 4,. .-,)
In a communiqne Issued yes yesterday
terday yesterday on the treaty negot'a negot'a-tions,
tions, negot'a-tions, Fabrega and the other
treaty negotiators Implied that
they had already made their
position clear, and did not
have to attend any meeting.
Castillo said the statement is-
ued by the treaty negotiators
insinuated grave -charges a
gainst union leaders without
naving the moral courage to
name them." However, he said
he did not consider the charges
had anything- to do with, hli
Castillo said today the fourth
question In a memorandum cent
by Local 907 to Fabrega read:
"What measures could we take
In &rdefat-Xh-4w authorizing'
equal pay for equal work to be
approved by the UA Senate be
fore we. lose our privileges to
mage imports ireeof taxes?" i
Castillo said Fabrega replied;
-ine executive organ' of the
United States is dbligated to re request
quest request Congress to approve the
law which will establish equality
of wages. Thi law should be
introduced as soon as the Trea
ty, and Memorandum of Under,
standings go Into effect,
But Dulles Plan
Will Wot Be Only
Basis For Deal
tme today it would receive a fiv.-nntinn ,mm: 1...
Unin fV word from Mt'm president Gamal
Abdel Nosser that he would negotiate on the Suez Canfll
v A high foreign ministry source said in Cairo thai
Egypt would Velcorne'' the Suez committee headed by
Austra an Prime Minister Robert Gordon Menzies. Thi
S&SS thfi Du,les p,an for intet
But Egyptian sources insisted Hint Kln.a lii
negotiate on the Western plan alone. It appearedthougfe
he waw.lhng to ta Egyptian sources h London con,:
ground -"."t ror nasser ro leave his home
"The United States is com committed
mitted committed to the adoption ef this
norm, because tf -this Ii not
done, the commitment con contracted
tracted contracted by the executive organ
and the one In effect by vir virtue
tue virtue of previous covenants,
would be void."
Castillo argued that 1 since
Congress has already ended Its
sessions without approving: let
islatlon which would put this
measure into effect, "we must
arrive at the conclusion that the
treaty it void."
The Panamanian union lead
er naa asked Fabrega to state
whether he .sUll held the same
view as he did In June. 1955. and
what measures he thought the
government should take to rem
edy tht situation "which will
lead ut to economic chaos."
In $5. Erabezzlinenl
Victor Rodriguez, a 20-year-old
Panamanian, will have the next 10
days in jail to think over having
embezzled $5 which had been- en entrusted
trusted entrusted to him bv Silvia Rosa Al
fred. The offense occurred in'Pa in'Pa-rais.
rais. in'Pa-rais. '?-.,;
In Balboa Msgistrates hurt
yesterday. Rodriauez wss alia fin.
ed $15. but payment of the fine
was suspended upon condition that
he make .restitution of the $5 with
in tne coming six months.
Indonesian foreign minutai.
nusian ADduigani conferred In
Cairo today with Nasser-the
first tklk Nasser haa had with
participant In the London Suez
conference.- Nasser is expected
to talk soon with Indian minis minister
ter minister V. K. Krishna Mnon.
' Abdulganl said be and Naa'
aer examined "the r,Ib,lity
of calling an .Af ro-Aja con conference
ference conference or a conference of all
nations usinr the Sum ranal
which hat been suggested by
Informed sources in Cairo said
Nasser probably would withhoM
ais lormai decision unUl he has
conferred with both Abduloani
and Krishna Menon and Wing
vuifir. Aiy Baon, nis personal
envoy who left London today fnr
There also were reports was
aer would delay any action un
til ne nas talked with the other
memoert of the Arab League
u ccmeniea a nrm Arah
stand, against the Anglo-French
military 'buildup. -
Both Sabrl and Iranian for.
elgn minister Aliouall Ardalan
flew home today via Geneva
where they stopped off for brief
wias. xneir visits aroused spec speculation
ulation speculation Geneva might be pro-
posed as the site of another Sues
In other major development:
Bonn, Germany The Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian embassy announced that
Eypt wUl recruit Suei Canal
Pilots regardless of their na na-tionaUties
tionaUties na-tionaUties to repbce p r- r
British and Frencii p i.. i..-Ifypt
Ifypt i..-Ifypt has feared A whoK
walkout of pilots would crippl
Canal traffic, ."
London MenlM annfarpa4
with u. deputy under tecreun
ry of state Loy Henderson anrf
a spokesman said the five-man
Suet commission was "on call"
mua. reaay w move on a mo'
ment't notice when Nasser gave
Ca'ro Egypt prepared for
an austerity program to meet
Western economic sanctions.
One phase included a publie
loan to finance the high dam"
across the Nile. (
Sabri. reported tn h t.aKn
with him the full transr'rint n?
the London Suez talks, nlannad
originally to fly directly home
but left for Geneva where he1-,
conferred with A. N. Ramadan,
of Egypt's permanent rieWntinn
to European United Natinna
Treason Charges Laid To Dr. John;
No Trial Date Set, Nor Iff In Open : ;
KARLSRUHE, Germany Aug.
25 (UP) Dr. Otto John, former
West German Intelligence chief
Who deserted to the Communists
and then came back to the
West, was charged today with
The charge, was filed In the
West German Supreme Court
here by Dr. Max Guede. the fed
eral attorney general. It came a
iew minutes aiter .lt was an
nounced that an eight-month
investigation of suspicion ot
nign treason and espionage a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst John had been completed.
No date for trial was set,
and It was not disclosed wheth whether
er whether the case would be conduct-
ed in nubile or in secret. a
; Reliable: sources said John waa
notified immediatelv of tha
Justice Department Backs Tiny Town's
To Carry Out School Desegregation Decision
The government threw itTfull ,uV Su7eme Court Segregstion supporters called
"!, attempt to car carry
ry carry out the Supreme Court's ruling
The Justice Denartmanf 'if
legal brief supporting the request
W permsnent injunctioB against
-u. auicuiacj groups that nave
tried to block racial int.or.Hnn
mJJ L... .1. rt
umcieu uj me noxie school board.
i no aopai-Tment accused the
groups of using "torrori.m" and
threats of violn- agtinst the
school board m srl. (t made
the charges in a britf filed with
the Supreme Court.
j uc wuue suDremapv ariitnn
I . t .. ""F"
nave aseo. tne Supreme Court W school segregstion.
It waa thi LBcil0!i- V Almost ,nnltely the school j
It wss the first time the Justice board members were hsrsssed by
: PH!!11 ,R,frv'n?i.hJgliepbone.,UireaU tuLyioleaceJ.1
gation in public schools unconsti-
luuonai. ..' : .,
The Justice Department, volun voluntarily
tarily voluntarily submitted its views In sup-
iiuii vi uie nuue scnooi ooara.
The brief quoted the white
supremiits as saying "bleed
would run knee-deep ell over
Arkansas" if Hexie cerrles out
the Supreme Court decision.
The school board of Hoxie. a
town of about 2000 population in
northern Arkansas, ordered inte integration
gration integration of its white and Negro
schools one month after the Su Supremo
premo Supremo Court directed an end to
vvMim asuu awui sii Ui
the 1000 white children attending
we acnooi were xept nome by their
4 uut the school board reported
that integration ssved the town
tn estimated $4000 a year in re reduced
duced reduced costs of transporting : the
Negro children 25 of them to
me integrated school. v
Lower Federal rnnrta anintna
three white supremacy crouos to
cast. . .t
men acuvmei agamst ine
Hoxie school bosrtl. They are
White America, Inc.,' the White
wuzens Councils of Arksnsss,. and
the Hoxie Committee for Segregs Segregstion.
tion. Segregstion. ;!, :t .... ,'...
. Tho three (roups appealed to
the Supreme Court te overthrew
tola injunction. 1
In oonosinff fhi
Justice. Department said one segre segregation
gation segregation advocate had told a mass
meeting that the 14th Amendment
to the Constitution; which gusrsn-
t, ngnts, was a "damn-
aoie, iniquitous fraud." i
; ine department auoted the
same man as saying pistols snd
rope were "successful" devices to
prevent the social intermixture of!
Nesrroes and whites
The lovernment hnhal iiU,
brief filed by the state of Georgia
which defended the whihs suprem suprem-ist
ist suprem-ist groups as legally exercising
their right to free speech.
The department's brief said the
peeches by the white supremists
uui wimin me Democratic
charge and studied the details
calmly. The, sources said lit
promised to produce wltneasee
to "shake" the accusations
A public trial waa considered
unlikely because John was
k0!? nhe man ho knew
all the secrete" while he waa
head of the American TBI. Fed
eral authoriOes were known te
fear that some of thes acr.ta
might leak out in a public trial
John, 47, defected to tn
East German Communists m
July 10, 1954. He returned t
the West on Dec. It, 1955, and'
was placed under arrest Dec,
23 on "urgent suspicion"
treasonable relations with the
Reds. .y ;.,.t..1ii-
He made at least 6 propagan propaganda
da propaganda broadcasts and held aevrai
carefully controlled news con conferences
ferences conferences while behind the Iroa
Curtain. He also edited a politi
cal news letter In East Berlin.
He had been ouestioned in
West Berlin. Bonn and wiesha.
den, and finally waa nlact in
jail In Karlsruhe. He has made
several bids for; release on bail
since hit lmnrlaonment. hut
request,, the cn Unie hat been turned down
py me courts on grounds he
might "flee to tome other West Western
ern Western power."
When John defected to the
East German Communists, the
move almost toppled the row-
ernment of Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer..-' t- -:-;...
As director of the West Cer-.
man Of fee for thejprotection
of the Constitution from tho.
, time it wat formed in 1951).
John waa one of the most
powerful men In this country.
Only a short tlm. before ha
went over to the East German
eds, he had visited the iiniirrt
States and conferred with Allen
Dulles, head of the Central in.
process but were calculated and
imendedjpforcedisobedienceofJtelllgenceAsency ia Vi
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Sir: ' ; ,- "3 "7 ; v
' Why must trouble makers like "AMcnu ff0
.h, i tmiihit? He admits M tas a church to ,80 to as lor-
T.w... in whv isn't he satisfied that ne nas a
Jt'SSoit ini must-h. try to push him
'KSK'JSS our Saviourianare happy
ninM our selves, If a white brother or. sister wants to come
toev i" "com but they are satisfied to stay among" their
Sw-lS&iSdn't wVbs the same? I have too much
i. 4 ir in iimewhere I am not wanted. II
hwwUdTe to bi'thls color he would made me
.By VICTOR KIISIL
I am not ashamed of my color," Is Africanus, and I do not
Z. ma ,.if r m white by forcing myself in another a
chVe God to hiS wisdom made us all. The animals in the
f,..t t.v in their own family, the white birds do. not mix
with the black birds. They have mora sense than Airicanus. v
God wm hear your prayws and forgive your sins in your
own church! oa there andWfor them, you trouble maker.
God doesn't look at the color of your skin. ...I a the color of
vour heart. So stay among our own people and don t go cry
ing to another man's church. Let's have some priae.
; SUy In My Own Yard
Sin '. '
mv ...... w..,. ..mt ortnimontu hnth nro and con as re
1 HGi C HAVE vt.cu uihmj - ; .
sards the issue of racial segregation nnd dUcrimination of the
"... rr.kl.. IntA annnnnt. th fact that DeO-
Sin nt"l ondurtog twVphwesof their life, the ttae
they are bora and later on when they .' no longer are with m
there is stiU another strong wgument which could tend to
Xurther equalize the twain during the in between times of birth
WldA mt mejority of churches, mostly white, strongly resent
the mixing of the two races. Their prejudiced minds come up
with aU manner of "safety laws" destined to preserve the sur.
tfvil of the attest and the furtherance of the "master race -They
carenos how they use the "inferioi race", as long as their
actions insure them survival.
There"' not to think that their previous actions tasured
. the birth and re-birth of an inferior race,.. Now that thehr chi -dren
are grown to manhood they are appalled at what their
actions have given wrtn to. ui, ocmg imv -difficult
to admit defeat. So they must therefore come up witn
atronger arguments and stronger measures of suppression to in
jure their own future survival w u muu
have becom eaccustomed. .. :.K,- ,j ''.L-
" Let us assume the following to be correct: In the Western
and part of the Eastern world, is taught, the love that Christ
. However. Christ has laid down certain principles wherein
the var'pus colors should not mix. He taught that all people
should eJoy the Heaven which He was preparing for them,
with one v-xception. Tnougn ne aiaai ciuuj "c"""" v
...i nnm that. H urenared a "separate and equal
d i VflA T WAAU) TV v M I
v fUA AiArH rtrM Hb knew thcv were sood people
but, somehow or other they Just didn't seem toiit lnto.HU
scheme or tmngs. Aiier nw srew i
that He probably overplayed His hand a -bit. He realized that
later when He saw what was happening between the peoples
which he created. So In order to salve His conscience, and to
ain the support of the fittest, .He decreed an equal heaven
. for both skin colors. : : V'Wm..'
f 1- in muni fh hanmness of both sides.
separate heaven for those who were not as strong socially, po po-litiKiiiv
litiKiiiv po-litiKiiiv Arinrationallv of financially as the master race. He
V.. .r.Hv tnurhKd bv HU lask of foresight so felt it neces
liary that equal and separate neavens be created. Things being
easy with turn it was a simpie ir.n.cr. ao n ui
votes and was better able to show that He too was one of the
masses with the same mental makeup and having the same
liberty for a margin or error which is in all of us. Therefore
He could legally, and without reserve, give the maiority of His
love and understanding to one ace of people-while still saving
i t.t. for the nthers wmcn were in tne minority, ne new
the minority would understand.
to a vav; maloritv of people the above seems rather far.
.fetched. Like something from Hollywood perhaps. It might
pply to agnostics, atheists and a few others but never to those
"Who support their own churcn and vha are known as God Godfearing
fearing Godfearing individuals; to those who love their children and are
good to their wives; to those wno give to wortny causes ana
help the needy and oppressed; thoes who fight the good fight;
to those who love animals and tear for their safety.
No, it couldn't possibly apply to these people. It only ap applied
plied applied to their neighbors, their casual friends and of course their
enemies. A problem to be deplored and denounced as a far faraway
away faraway offense against morality.
For all the "equal Justice unaer law," for all the "equal but
separate" rights necessary for the honest growth of an indivi individual,
dual, individual, a large segment of our population has been wantonly
deprived of their God-given rights for the furtherance of their
own survival as well as for their ability to be a help to others..
It couldn't possibly apply to me.
MILTON R. CREWE
AGE OF REASON
How old does a nation have to be before it Is considered
mature? Panama is 53 years eld and perhaps that is a bit
- young to be mature. But it seems to me that it U a bit too old
to act so childish as it is.
Equal pay for equal work is fine and I am all for It. But
Lord, how those Panamanians work. Even in Panama. When
the Canal Zone ran the water works and used the money to fix
tne streets, an tne streets in the city were in good shape, now
Panama mm the water works and what do we have the
worst streets since construction oays and water rent collections
hardly enough to pay for running tho system, much less re repairing
pairing repairing th streets. And the garbage collection, don't make
ne sneeze. Give them the Canal and they would probably let
uic waver run oui 01 11. ,
General Increase In pay? Tney take the commissary nrivll.
ege away from their own people, make them pay Income taxes,
and then want us to increase their pay to make up for that
loss in take home pay. Any child but a Panamanian can see
that in effect this would be. to make the VS. Government pay
Panama the income taxes of the Canal employes and subsidize
the merchants in Panama.
Now Panama is crying because the US. timidly suggests that
we may do iwcea to ouy eisewnere a the Panamanian robber robber-merchants
merchants robber-merchants don't come down on their prices. God help the Grin,
gos if they are ever at the mer :y of the Chamber of Commerce
Panama asked for it tax their people, take away the"lr
commissary privileges. ."' .. t
Now stop crying, for the love of pity.
. Disgusted Tank
R BEACH COKES
v I want to complain about the price of coke at the Tort
Amador Beach Club. Thursday a friend of mine and myself
t?tiw,mmJn out thre- MT the ted a coke,
and didn't have enough time to drink It at the beach. As I
paid the man behind the counter the ten cents for the coke
I asked if it was all right to take the bottle to the car (i
guess that I should have kept my mouth closed.) He replied
that a five cent deposit had to paid for the bottle. p
Now I realize that prices are high and so ferth, but sirrelv
an ordinary coke bottle doesn't cost five cents plus ten for the
liquid eontent. why is the beac.1 club so high? There shouldn't
be any cover charge, for there Isn't any floor show. The other
te'm Ik be out most c"r" no more than ten
cents, bottle thrown in. u
. I wish the Club would Install a coke vending machine or
e'se i do something about the pr!c. If the cost LaSy is
cents, then I am willing to pay. but iw't it strange that other
claceg can jsU cokes fof less? v ' oinw
.....,,..,, ,. .-. i HiU The Spot
Genial, gangling Estes Kefsuver
would have been running for the
Chattanooga choo-choo instead of
the vice presidency if it had not
been for the soothing voice, the
political sagacity and the good goodwill
will goodwill of one man not a delegate
10 me convention ana not a Demo Democrat
crat Democrat either.
The gentleman responsible for
the hats thrown into the political
ring these days is Alex Hose, ores-
ident of the Hat, Cap and Milli
nery w oncers union, Ailrtiu, a
clean and crusading union. in
Convention coverage, though
now mostly a matter of mountain mountainous
ous mountainous news and film clips, would not
be complete without this story
for the jangling of a telephone bell
miumgni inursaay, Au&ust 16.
in a room at Chicago's Ambassa
dor tst, cnanged Mr. xeiauver's
career, probably saved it and
could conceivably have made an
American president.. That is if we
establish that health and ill-health
of presidential tandidates are bi bipartisan.
partisan. bipartisan. ;
The telephone call to which I
refer was made at midnight by
Estes Kefauver to Alex Rose, who
aouues as leader of New York's
Liberal party. The Tennessee Sen Senator
ator Senator did not waltz this conversa conversation
tion conversation around. There was no swing
in uu vuice. tin was disconsolate.
He told Alex that "my goose is
cooked" and "I feel like packing
and going' on home,"
This was Just a. matter of min minutes
utes minutes after Adlai Stevenson had
made the long trip from tradition
in a few steps from the Stockyard
Inn to the convention hall. Kefau Kefauver
ver Kefauver told Rose that he believed that
Stevenson's call for an ''open
fight" for the second soot elosed
him out. -The Tennessean said he
was suddenly' weary after all. the
worx ne nad done swinging dele delegates
gates delegates to Stevenson.
Kefauver sorrowfully said that
some 01 tnose around Stevenson
must have made somes pact to
freeie him out for Sen. Hubert!
Humphrey, who appeared to be
the strongest that night; or for
mayor nooen wagner or Sen.
John Kennedy. ':w
Alex Rose asked the Tenhesgean
to sit tight in his Slackstone Hotel
suite. With Kefauver were several
advisers, including a shrewed
young, attorney, Sidney Davis,
once law secretary to Just'ce
Hugo Black. Rose, then taxied over
to Aaiai Stevenson s suite, also at
the Blackstone. There was plenty
of waltzing and lilting conversa conversation
tion conversation there with the victor. ;
The New York Liberal party
chief advised them of Kefauver's
sentiments. Several of Stevenson's
top aides explained that, contrary
to the senator's belief, the deci
sion for a free and open conven convention
tion convention selection of a vice presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate would actually heln
Kefuver. : : -.-
It was explained this way, Sam
Rayburn and Sen. Lyndon John Johnson,
son, Johnson, who wanted a closed caucus
to select a running mate for Ste
venson, were opposed to Estes. If
a mectinE were held in a room
filled with smoke and senators op
posed to Kefauver and with a
spokesman for Mr. Truman or
perhaps Truman himself the tall
man from Tennessee would cer certainly
tainly certainly be counted out.
aievenson own t want anvone
eliminated. Kefauver's only chance
was in an open ognt. in addiuon,
Stevenson would then not be alien alienating
ating alienating any section of the country
neither Sen. Kennedy's New Ens-
land nor. Mayor Wagner's New
York, which was already aeened
through with anger, nor the Mid Midwest's
west's Midwest's Seri. Humphrey, nor the
bloc of Kefauver deleeates who
had worked so hard for the presi presidential
dential presidential nominee, t
Alex Rose then telephoned Sid
Davis in Kefauver's suite and ex
plained what had been said in the
Stevenson quarters between 12:30
and 1:30 a.m. Rose urged Kefau Kefauver
ver Kefauver to come right down. This the
senator did. About 2:00 a.m. he
arrived with Davis, the man who
had been at Jus side for almost
year. They talked to Stevenson
and" his : aides. ; v "'. -vr
Kefauver was convinced that
there had been no elot to cut him
up or purge hint. Once he arrived
in the victory suite, the senator
went into private buddies with Ste
venson and the candidate's closest
advisers. They assured the Sena
tor that they really were for an
open convention and his chances
were better that way. r
'(There was some more laDc.with
Rose: Then Kefauver hit the dele
gates' trail as swiftly as his long
legs would carry him from bloc
to bloc. "' '-..-' '.
, Then his aides summoned the
newsmen and Kefauver told them
he was in the race and expected
to win. He did, r
: ftM- ill rl ill J& :
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- -v .'
Bv 60S RUARK
w vnt twiVlVMli A UBW
been Intrigued lately frightened
wouia ne tne setter : word by
"Martihl statesmanship." m ; ;
We all know that certain forces
exert certain pressure on certain
groups I think Oswald Spengler,
or maybe Tim Costello. said that
according to time, tide and the
naying 01 nound-dogs on moonlight
nig n IS. ., r-..r: ;V
We' eot so much death-deallne
dandruff around now that 1 1 am
about to call for sobriety tests on
statesmen, large and small, and I
would like a United Nations ban
on the .Martini for working history'
molders. Especially Mr. Nikita S.
Khrushchev,- the boar-coon of the
Russians. So far as I can gather,
he's been loaded ever since they
kicked him upstairs.
,It is all very well loa the ex
perts to say that modern weapons
are so totally, horrible that.no man
wouia use tnem, but this reckons
without the straight-vodka and
neat-gut ooys. You can't spray
enougn vermouui imo eiuer oev.
erage to smooth off the corners
sufficiently to Insure internation
There never has been a satisfac
tory analysis of the fallout prop
erties of the Martini, nor a reason
able explanation of its lethal pro
pensity against, say, a gin-and-tonic
ora Screwdriver, which is
vodka and orange juice. Or even
a Bloody Mary, which is a society
ladies' breakfast food, being to-
have.mato blood liberally injected with
gin or voaxa piasma.
I am a great admirer of gin in
au iis pnases, and especially the
Martini lamny: nut now that
am old and sick, sad and gray
and ugly I try to keep the net in intake
take intake 'down to two, and then make
a lunge for the vittles. A Martini
is a harmless, not to say delight-
iui, souse pet wnen aept on a
leash and fortified by stout protein
and starch, such as steak and
Idaho potatoes. It will come When
you call, look after the children.
and change the records on the ma-
But unleash him and he out-
Hydes Dr. Jekyll's companion. He
has a deceptive air of gentleness
and seems to grow weaker whilst
growing stronger, even as the
Russians do. And all of a sudden
wham tsYou .-are not voiir uwn
man. 0 SvengalP has v taken; ovrt
ana lrimy nas done went away.
1 1 -know ; a classic- story,, about
Martinis, too long to repeat in fine
detail, about 'a guy who started
out to make, a loving reconcilia reconciliation
tion reconciliation with an incomine wife and
began to kill time whilst await
in the tram.
He was-suffused with love on
the first two Marts, became skep skeptical
tical skeptical after four, hostile after six.
and on No.- 8 declared he'd kill
the miserable such-and-so on sight.
The marriage vanished.
More domestic battles have been
born of the extra Martini than
ever came out of scotch, mint ju-
1 slt?T0N T11 Demo-i
erau at Chicago seriously consid considered
ered considered putting- a Catholic on their
ticket for, vice president The Re-
puDucans at San Francisco con considered
sidered considered less seriously the idea
01 nominating a woman.
aider seriously the nomination of
a lady vice president.
The friction betwit r.iifnr-;.-.
blunt, outspoken governor
uu quesuon came up m a closed, "Goody" Knight and California'i
door argument of Maine delegates smooth and fmiling Dick ?Mxoi
y.. w ' "ay no;goi piemy or neadllnes, but some
has ever been elected to the Sen. of th. wrmoiin.
tft ap.; n17 Senator B1U Knowland was behinJ
U.S.A. Paradoxically, It was ex-closed doors.
iLZtZ Isrwster MIn. Knowland's switch from Knight
who once frowned en Sen. Mar- to Nixon is one of the mnst
garet Chase Smith for re-elec-lint in a nniitip.i n,r..j
... . at.
leps, ana even sucn a nauseous
mess as an Alexander. There is
something in the formula whirl
renders down to boxing gloves and
oiu razor oiaaes, a maniacal
gleam in the eye, and a delusion
01 oemg Alexander the Great,
The, meekest bird spits in the
bosss face.' and the tamest hen.
pecked husband will suddenly turn
ana mouse tne eye of his beloved,
ever, if she outweights him a
couple of stone. :
- Which is why I ; am worried
about Nikita S. Khrushchev. One
day this boy is going to get up
with that furry taste, clap hands
to a spinning brain, down a couple
of quick ones for his liver's take,
and then begin to brood. Mfr
tini hangovers are great brood brood-builders.
builders. brood-builders. .. I
He will knock off another" tlx
to clear his head,, and then is
very act to feel so charged that
he will, go around pulling handles
ana puncnug outtons. uooml 1
Of course, he will blow uo with
the rest of the world, but that is
of no consequence to a Martini .min.ti
Hrintur Th .ir..t .t i in nominauoB..
11 ana tne worm, 1 mean about
half, the time.
tion, who this time rallied to her
oetense. Senator Smith, in turn,
had once been quite chilly to Brew Brewster's
ster's Brewster's re-election. But at San Fran-
Cisco,, Brewster was Sir Lancelot
in defense of .the lady.
The closed door armment h.
tan wnen rewparland, young
rtlit (mm Ca Ml
to table the proposal to nominate
'Why do vou make a motion
like that?" asked Brewster. "You
realize that Maine faces a hard
election fight next month and Mrs.
Smith is in Maine working her
head off right now for the Re
publicans. Nothing could help her
more right now than to have her
name go before the convention."
Garland bad no adequate reply.
"Do you want to prevent Mrs.
Smith's name from being placed in
nomination?"., Brewster pressed.
What are you picking on him
for?" interrupted Fred Scribner,
another Maine delegate who is
counsel to Secretary of the Treas
ury Humphrey. ; ;
"I'm not picking on him." coun
tered Brewstef. "He's made rJfii jT
..iu. .ii.t icauiornia,
and we're entitled to discuss the
motion. We're entitled to know
the reasons for his motion. After
an. this Is counter to the resolu
tion passed by our' state central
committee that Mrs. Smith s name
should be placed in nomination."
After further argument it was
agreed that Senator Smith's name
would be placed In nomination "if
feasible." However, John Weston,
the Fryeburg horse -and cattle
dealer, was picked, to make the
nominating speech, instead of
whefe almost any miracle is oossi.
ble. Mnt nennla hv tnrantt
. r r .v wi.i.cia
it, but just two years ago thia
summer Knowland dropped im important
portant important duties In the Senate, in including
cluding including the pending censure of Jot
McCarthy, to fly to Sacramento.
Reason for the sudden flight was
to stop Nixon from securing con control
trol control of the California GOP organ organization.
ization. organization. Nixon wanted to cet his man.
Ray Arbuthnot. elected -as state
GOP chairman. Knowland and
Knight wanted their man, How
ard Almanson, to be state chair
man. Knowland threw his weight
behind Governor Knight and
against Nixon. He and Knight won.
But in San Francisco this week.
how different: ;
"You either take Nixon as the
candidate," threatened Senator
Knowland in one stormy closed
door session," or you get out as
chairman of -the 'California dele
"That's putting a pistol .to my
head and I don't do business. that
way.'V shot, bacjc the. governor of
Then he countered: "All right,
I'll get out as chairman, and sim simultaneously
ultaneously simultaneously 23 delegates from the
state of California will tell the
world exactly how they feel about
It hasn't niiade; headlines,, but
thousand of women all over the
U.S.A. have been Intensely inter
ested in moves to name or block
a woman as vice president.-
( At the: Chicago, GOP. convention
m 1952 .when the vice presidency
at first Was wide open; Senator
Smith had .250 pledged dele sates,
when suddenly Governor Dewey
sent word. by Mary Ionian, now
on the tourt of claim's, that Mrs.
Smith's name could not be placed
I never admired Mr. Hitler or
Mr. Mussolini very much. They
were both nuts. But there's one
thing you could say of them:
One stayed cold sober, and the
other made it the easy way on
vino. And neither had the atom
or tne guided missile to toy with.
: Dull, Democrats
, By Pefer Ed son
CHICAGO -(NEAW Stream
lined, phooey. If the Republican
convention at ban r rancisco does
n't produce a better show than
the Democratic business in Chi
cago, maybe the whole thing ought
to be abandoned.
RAVENNA,: Neb., i (UP) -Weekly,
newspaper, editors in the
three adjoining county seat towns
of Ravenna, Loup City, and Min Min-den,
den, Min-den, Neb., are named Cass, Sass,
aad Bass, the Ravenna isewa re
porteti 4 ,
The Democratic convention was
supposed to have never a dull mo
ment. It didn't, in Harry Truman's
greater combined downtown shows.
But out at the stockyards, It was
pretty banal and bonne. The five
day program could have been cut
to 'wo without hurting a thing
The Republican show could all
be done in a ouiet evening.
These political conventions aren't
run lor the delegates, anyway,
They, are run for TV audiences.
But not even Cecil B. DeMillt
could stage-manage a spectacular
that would hold an audience as long
as these political conventions are
drawn out. .
The second day a proceedings at
Chlcaen nrndiiPM the all-time. low.
That was when (hey had Ladles'
Day matinee nd half a dozen
speeches at night. Only Speaker
Sam Rayburn's was worthrlisten-
ing to. '
The women's program piayea to
an almost empty convention halt.
But it was rated a TV success
because it appealed to .women vot-
ai J!J iL.c. m 1 A
era as uiey ara meir iuesaay iron-ireai drama which ended wit! the
uig ai uume. vote at 1:40 a.m.
Wednesday i night five-and-a..half-readme nf.th nitfn,m .a a...
hour performance. The first two ling most of the speeches, few neo.
and a half hours were devoted to
an interminable concert from an
invisible band and an unmusical
address from Oklahoma's Rob Kerr
He didn't captivate the audience
but they were held captive never
theless. -.; :, ;"
The convention bosses wantedi
to hold off consideration of the
controversial civil rights platform
until everybody was good and
tired. That way -the delegates
would be more submissive to rubber-stamping
the proceedings so
they could go back to their hotels
in hpd. ' .. -.-
Most el Ue audience had alrea
dy done that. The galleries were
practically empty when Chairman
John McCormack brought up the
civil rights pianx at I2h a m
Mosg of the- TV r- audience had
orobaly turned in too. except
maybe the west coast. So it was
an entertainment turkey,
pie paid the slightest attention to
wnat was nmng beaten into heir
ears over the loud speakersBack speakersBackground
ground speakersBackground noise was terrific. It was
utter confusion and complete frus frustration,
tration, frustration, i
Chicago Boss Jake Arvey, sched scheduled
uled scheduled for a speech on opening day,
was the only man in the whole
pTace who sued' up the situation
correctly. He walked' up to the rostrum,-smiled,
waved his arm,
decided, "What's the use?" and
walked away without saying a
word. ; . .... ,
In the whole week, the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats discovered only two ways to
make 11,000 people shut up.
One as to show 'em a movie
with sound track Sen. Jack Ken
nedy s documentary on Democra
The second was to employ an
orator who could make more
noise than 5.300 delegates and al-
tatraataaa nllla C Tfart ..J
ingese SVf AS M
J? TPJeLA,M shout them; That was what key-
.t.T-t iV -.. 'i Si preveniea mm from ever be-
," eL.r.e";??8 tatl tor president, it did
vi uau-uuui me most to save the country.
Ha feared that many Taft dele
gates, then bitterly opposed to Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, would vote for Senator
Smith in revenge for Taft's defeat,
thus "-event Nixon from winning
on the first ballot .. "s
As a result, Clare Boothe Luce
rose on the convention floor and
without consulting Mrs. Smith said
that Senator Smith had asked that
her name not be placed before
the convention. This brought a
storm of m-otest from women, es
penally Judge Sarah Hughes,
president of the Business and Pro Professional
fessional Professional women. ;.,
"The Republicans,'1 said
Highes, "wouldn't even let the
name of Margaret Chase Smith be
placed in nomination, while the
Democrats placed two in nom
ination (Mrs. India Edwards and
Later, GOP grand dame Bertha
Adklns asked Senator Smith to re
pudiate Judge Hughes. Mrs. srniifl
So. regardless of 195Z and ira
conventions, the two major parties
soober or later will have to con-
Such publicity was the last thing
Knowland wanted. He didn't force
the Issue. But all during the con
vention the feud flamed between
Nixon and Knowland on one side
and the one important state gov governor
ernor governor who dared come out flat flat-footed
footed flat-footed and say he was against the
party bosses' choice for vice presi
COP-MIRRY-GO-ROUND r v
Convention presiding officer Jof
Martin should now have the big big-jest
jest big-jest individual collection of gavels
in the country.; This is the fifth
tiMe Martin has 'prejiaed' over a
convention. Each time, Vermont
admirers have sent him a batch
of gavels. In addition,"' Martin is
the proud owner ot me worm
biggest gavel, a gift of. California
Republicans and carved put of a
Redwood tree that was a sapiint
at the start of the Christian era.
Joe didn't oring this one to San-
Francisco. It f; weighs w pounas
', .Secratary Dulles was most
unhappy at oeing aosem uvui uau
Francisco. He was planning to be
a s'tir performer in writing a for
eign policy plank for the GOP plat,
form which would tell ot his many
so-called diplomatic victories.
, aw in ii mmmm
WASHINGTON, Aug, 25 (UPW
The Agriculture Department yes-
terday designated Puerto Ricd ai
an area where the Farmers Home
Administration may make emer emergency
gency emergency loans to eligible farmers.
The department said hurricane
Betsy on Aug. 12 caused substan substantial
tial substantial damage and losses to crops
and farm property on the island.
Answer to Previous
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1S5S
--- Ax ixPErexpgyr daily nittnm
. """""""aaaBSaaaanemaaae -. m
. church cf Christ
W. W. Barrow,, Evangelist
' Telephone 1-301! -'
BALBOA: Ofiol. Balboa Boa
Services Sunday 10 M a a Ui
7 HO p.m.
caistobaLi American Ledan HaB,
Servicee Sunday 10.04 pjn. 11:00 ajn
BIO AAA JCt House ho. 3o2.ttlh St
Sunday 4J0 oja
: Bid 363
eeod eervtcoo. aatd ra ctvibaa
' Areas (Mala,
vaiarcMt t t a. UiMm at the Cmm Zsoe, end rtie rerestool
aosjfcbers, trsiAdt Ma arrangers.'
'Urtiaea pre rototsd tram tisoo re tiss. fcoAOaerto.VvZ
-SM A au: a. I". Wlonssm Ml
. r """"a eaewaee itx aaVnaaa
Am ttf aaiaa nad Mj .k.
" : Mniatan, chMica aacratariM aaa1 cftaalaiaa m .ala
w awa hk m npj kv Watfaaaala ana
' cKaaaat la fit cwm &atiwWr'( caurcJl aa.
'M Cburcb at Chrui. Snwuav Aneot
aa aacod nouiavaro.
4uaday il:u, MaanaMa M Ma
Sunda School tja mj
Ira caaira ul Cluni, aoaaOat, Cnataaa
Hit Mraai tiouvai bithway
Simday U 00 aja. Wadaaiday tM p.m.
- 'cdtOU BAPTIST tHtCH
.. su Btuja Boa
' : Orawar Balboa
, t i Phona 1-HO
Bait t. Paaatewaai. Taaiat
' j' "paa l-JM f i
.,... Brhnol ........... t:tt aJB.
Tralnun Union P-
i beta 'Wednesday
Moiidajr each montta
(pun a Bible Senool
: Kat. Kauirdny
.... TM A
' rust MAPrun cuuiiut
'. ; Balboa HeighM. C. 2.
til Aneoo Boulavant -Orawar
"B" Balboa HaiaM
-i Phone Balboa 172J
v wuiiaat H. Baebr( Paatat
3 MornincWorahlp 'B;
Baotial Training Unloa aW
i Avwinwuw v. w ......
. Pra er Meeting Wadnaa.
V li l'VlUo Study Ihura
lian a Brotharhood taat
Monday to month .,....;
i rlRST BAPTIST CHUKCH
.. K UarguiU Avanua at 5th Street
v Margarita, Canal Zona
Bev. Fred a Beta, ranaa
u :w a jb.
unday School .........
Baptiit Training Union. tM pan.
Evening Wenhii PJn-
. BT.. MABrS CHURCH Balba
Sunday Mum: 1M 0:00, 1:U0 and
12:08 a.m. ; ,
Holy Da MaaMai tii. tM. UM M
and a:00 &.m. ..
Coniessinns; Saturday. I JO to
and 7:00 to :00 p.nv Thunday, Bator
rirat rnoay; i w 19 aw tun.
Miracuioui Madai ovana; ins p.
on Monday V
Catachina oiaaai after the 1:00 au
High School Stutf Cldk I JO pja, an
BACBEO HEABT Aacaa
Sunday Maaiaa: TM 0 M an.
Holy bay aBaaaaai Slit a.m. anj i:00
p.m. -.-.-",. .-
Confeerionx: Saturday 1:30 e tM and
7:15 to 1:00 p.m. Thunday before. Pint
maay 1:00 p.m. -Sacred
Heart Orrotlonai tM mm.
PridayA ' '
Catecbln Oaati :U to 4:U pja. a
Tnupioay.. .. ., -i
OUB LAOi OP PATtMA-Canwda
Sunday Mast at 1:00 am.
Holy Day Man at t M p.m.-
Gonfaaaiona: 0:00 to :4S pa on Sat
uiecniam uaaai aaiuroay .tm 10 10
Tke BL Bct Bj Picker C.aii. Atd
The Very Bar. Maui art Peterwa.
j i ANUIN; CB. f
' TH CATHKDRAL OP ST. LUKB
'. ' SUNDAYS
t-M m hol Communion.' i
0:10 in Santa Communion (4th Sun
' 'Oayj.- 1 !.. :
'S0 a.m. Church ScheoL v'. v
:4 m. IsCUCla llnininil ..
u- on'ng Prayer and Sermon
-. .,' 5i rm vommuniOBV (t int Sua.
!' Ivenlng Prayer and Sermon
JrJ a Holy. Communioo,
bis avening braver.
Heiy Communion, '.
I 30 a Holy Communion. ''
1:1a m am. Uimim n..-
U: Mu-daj Muaionary Prayen.
t TJ.reat. New CriatooaT
. The Bav. Nolan g' Akar. r
-', ..m ABA JO
' ; Tee Ber CUrence W. Hajw,
. .Priaat la Chan
xaa sev, ciamica A. CragweB,'
(:00 a.m. Mai r.m.m.. "'
T:30 a.m. Sun twhat.t.1 j
""t 3yer and Church
10 noon Holy Baptiam.
mondXys Iv,n!on :
I J0 pjn. Ise and arC Woman'a Auxl
' 1 liar.
TUESDAYS ' ,.
aao p.m. Jan or, Daughters ol the
-liJ!,P m- YouU Fellewshlp.
WEDNESDAYS . .-'.i--
t :00 a.m. HolT fnmmiinUii
T.00 pja. Evening Prayer and Keligloui
THURSDAYS i 7 i ; .i (
:00 p m. GlrU' Prlendly Society, i
1:00 cm. 1st anH Irri flnl.iu
ISATUKDAYS 7 TT
t:30 ajav Junior Confirmation. Claar.
. pthsi Churchis fi i
CBLRCH OP THE NAZABBNB y
, - Ancon. CE-
Mlnbter: Rt,. Elmer O. Ndsaai
Boa M, Ancoa, C-Z. Balboa M)1
Muf e Ha ndyman.ls Hunted
As Florida Sniper Killer
Sunday BehooT .rtv.....i Bl in
Mornmg WarahiD IB M m
ST. JOSEPM Parataa
Holy Day Maaa at :00-p.m. -Weekday
Maaaaa; ...-00 am. '.
Contaauona: Saturday 1 JO to d JA and
IJ0 to 7:10. , ;
Catachwa aaaf Bunday 1:00 to tm
Miraeulouo Medal Movenai TM a.av
on Friday. .'.(
convarty uitrucnonn Tnunoay ism
ST. VINCENTS fanama City ;
Bunaay aussaa: ceo ana 110 a.m:'
flohr Day Masrna: I SO and CM a m
(It If falla on Saturday the Maaaaa art
1:00 and 1.30 a m.)
rmfMainra Katnrria 14a tik anaB anil
7:00 td S:00 p.m. TburadayV before Flratl "iaaeai'a Chna
Priday IjMpm Jr?AT;',f Wat la Charge
vnurea St boot
Youtn Fllnwi '
VEDNCSDAYS .w pa
oty Communloa a-a
" ll poopia."
' '-COCOLl' .-5' ;
A'.-j-ii'.- Prieat.ta .Charge
surdays ; j'
Holy Communion .
jenuiy Prayer and Church
Momina fn,-. ...
(H.C first Sunday in Manlhi
Evening Prayer, 7:30 pja.-
.nauoaT rravar SUB ejaV .
- Chapel at The Ueed Skapherd
r The Bev. Cutanea Wyaa?
f BJJI.S. Service ........... f:0 Am
ym iun, neo. 10 pjn
HATIONAB BAPTIST Cnt'KCB
. t PanamJ B P, 13rd Street Kaat
Sunday Maaaat ..........7, 7:4 HAS
, mat awr. auaoay acnooi el
'' jovah-s WITNEMKB
Meetinae Thiiruiava at i u n. .-
Sundave at 4o ml win u
tot Balbta Road, Balboa. ."T
tWUBCB OP JESUS CtnttBT i
O LATTKaVOAt SAINTS (Meraaeat
Sunday meetinai In lha T.na rk..i
en Balboa Road. ...
Sunday School I . i, tot a A
Priesthood Meeting 10:30 ajn.
Sacrament Meeting g:00 p.m.
riiu4.. muiaoay ........ a:iaj p.
Relief Society: At announced.,
Telephone Balboa 4227.
UAxniiiSVUXE,' Fit., Aug. 25
(Ui) sniper bullets from, the
dark killed one prominent woman
and barely missed another la at
mgnt and murder charges were
sworn today asainst.a mule han
dyman who had threatened their
husbands in aign-I a n u a t e.
search was on for the suspect.
a. . t '
1 Officer. said Philip Singer had
vowed to "set" Osee Fajan. Ala
chua County prosecutor, .Manager
Earl SassrT.of the Games ville
Golf And Country .Club and Judge
n. H. McDonala for having hinger
arretted, and convicted of tres
passing at the club last June
(; :, ;wi slug MirtiD';
Fattn't wife wtt killed by the
gunman and another '.slug missed
Sasser's wife bv two U n e h e t.
Judge McDonald. -who' was imme
diately provided police protection,
twore out the murder warrant.
A restaurant worker told police
that Singer was the' establish
ment Wednesday.-It was the first
evidence he had .been here since
he 'served bis 15-day trespassing
sentence. ;.ig.7;,x :i v r.v.,
; Officers aaJaj $ into r: .'hi
threatened -the three .'men m
jki writirtf anal throve, h itfit Ian
Buaga which was repeated vocal,
ly by an interpreter he trot
. attlnt trial., v ,.
;y.:, ATTACK ,:
Deputy Sheriff T. hij
said also that Singer had tried to
attack Sasser with' a screwdriver
when Sasser firt him. i. ..-:
from his job II I ma int.... Ji
man at the ciuh
. Anotoerdeputy said Singer was
a man known to. hiive a quick
Kndeor. aiid Singer wag believ-i
Wp, after getUng out of Jail Via"
j ." Fuiauu ox Big
tranged wife." s
The attra.tiu. ir.
shot do A'i w.
her ,chfirfr.t:-",om, v. :
th. uJi-T"" vision i:
auvm. : v
II THROUGH DOok
COCOLI BAPTIST REVIVAL
AUG. 2S SEPT. 17:30 p.m.1
; .e"- : Every Night dospcl Prcachin?
Sun R.v.. E. Fa Psdrwski. .
' Tubsh-Rsv. William Beeby.
Wtd-Rey. Isaao Psrsz. V V
; Thurs.--Rav. Edmund Stallworth.
fri., SatRev. Fred Roth.
Gospel singinj led by Roy Wallace
('. .Nursery provided l-yeart snd nnder
COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH
i V 'v.
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Bodmaa
Morning Worship ... UM
Holy Communion First Bunday
Utti ND READQU ASTERS CHAPEL
Holy Communion First K Sunday
k amgniar -y
, Atlantic Branch V" '.; ?'
aallaBlenaa eaAA B.V..I1 at A
. tviMaiaiJiM rv OUiiWJXIitJUB KOfRCBp
1:00 a.ni: Morning Prayen i i-(H.C.
(H.C. i-(H.C. iirst Friday each Month).'
Prtver Services. Wednesdays
WM.U., 1st 3rd Fridays y
C.A., R.A Sunbeama,
Miraculous Medal 'Novena. and But,
Bona of the Croaa: Friday 7:ot p.m.
Catechlnm Claaa: After' S JO aaaas an
Sunday.. ; t-..
Convert Oaasi I JO a.m. Tuasda and
7:00 nm. Thursday. -f-,..,.", ...
ST. THERrSA SCeeeS l :
t Sunday Miss: t JO a.m.
Holy Day Man: :00 ajk. (at tt' tAlk
on Satirrday 1 Jd a.m.)
' ratwhism Claaa!. 1:20 to 1:00 Asa. an
"'rMondav., t., .' :
Conieasionsi 1:00 to S J aJB, Sunday.
7:00 pm I
Choral Eucharist and Bar.
Church 'School .a
Episcopal Young Churchmen
'Evensone anrt Smnr ; .
"rami rrayer and Holy
Worpan's Auxiliary. 2nd snd
10 p m.
stun. Canal Zitfiak
Telephone. Getun M4 or cwstobol tm
Sunday School 10:00 ajn. Sunday Sse--vment
Meeting :30 pjn. Prieahoed
Meetint S:M bjil- Wadnaadav Prin.rvl
t jo m ru? t-TJirron
ina as. annnunead. I P"f M
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted ChoTch" :
Miltea K. Uidlg, Minis! r
Phone Res. 13-71U Of. 11-SJOS
Sunday A School t JO a.
(A elaat for every ag s ,j,v
Morning Worship 110 an.
louui fellowship o p.m.
Eevening Worship 7:00 pjn.
Preyer and- Praisa (Wed ): 7:00 p.m
A- church Bursey Is provided. for your
Vacation Bible trim Aueiiat
, pjn A a. ysara ana up are
FORT AMADOR y.
TJaily Mass a
'Sunday Masses .......... S:S A
Confassiomv Saturday ..v(:10 A
Bunday ,,..J0 A
man had h YZ 'S- nD.
e. -""iiu me auor- ol.
i5,.Ser h0e' bre,y miwinr
"".J". The. two homes:
10 blockg apart, , "...
m..h.w abVu.tk'Urat 1
? .pW and
Sunday Masses ,.7:4S A
Confeaslona,' Saturday ...7 JO A
Saturday Mass t.
Sunday Maaaaa ..7.-00 A
No. 711) .....7:00 A
Confessions. Saturday (Building
7:30 p m.
Heatings) .. .. .,
' ' "1,Clr,C ::-
Captain A Mrs. OrmAt
' tt February Street, Phone: 11-20034,
11:00 Hollnaas Meeting, ..;, t .:, ....
3:00 fcuidey School. ..
7:10 Salvation Meeting
; LA BOCA C.2. '' 'p-iri v
Lienteaant Pansy Caaipbell
Building No. 1080, Phone; l-zSK
; 1:00 Holiness Mettlnft
3 AO Sunday School. V ..
7J0 Salvation MeetmBV;';;:
:- PARAiftO, C&'t?'"'Kh:'i'
Envoy A Mrs. C U Mesaley
Cuiara S,ueet ,
-J- :00 Sunday" School."'''' '" C'
I 11:00 Holiness Meetinf, ; ;k.
I IM Sunday School. ; i
- 7J0 ealvatioa Meeting), U,r
' BT. JOHN BAPTIST 7E LA BAIXB
f Pardee Lefevre ,'V-"
, Sunday Masses: t JO and 1 JO a.m.
Week Dan Mass: d JO Hon. Thum.
iFri. and Sat First Friday mass: 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Haassaj tM tm. w tm
Confessions: I JO to 4 JO and TM to
ia:00 njn. an- Saturday' v
MUacuious Medal riovenai rnoay tawiauNUAYS
, taiacnism uaas: a:so p.m. en Bunaay
( Convert class: Monaay-iw p-m.
, Holy. Communion .......... 7:00 ajn
Morning Prayer ':00 a.m.
. Eveninc Pravar ... ... r-oa
Family Eucharist ..... I:M ijn.
Office ef Compline ., t:00 pjn
, OUt CATHOLK CM (J SCI
St BaphaeJ The Archangel
. lMl St Weal No 1
rfolv Bueharlst: BiHidaa. a) 140 a aa
r TuesdayA Wednesdays and Thursday
: a.m.. .. i.
Meramtni at Ontrlow (Wealrat Ser-
. LA BOCA
BC Peter's Charrk
Jean Spear, Priaet
taasasl larnMt. Ckrlrtmp
v Panama m.9.
Bt Bo. T. wanes, a A
ALBROOK ADl FORCE BASE -Daily
Maaa ........i... tM
Saturday Maaa 1:00
Sunday Massea. A 11:45
Spanish-.... .............. ..;,. 70
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodauur
Dally Mass .....v...,....,..... 4:00
Sunday Mass ...... ........ 1:30
Jewish - .
F0RT K0BBB . f 4
Saturday ..... ,1:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BAIB ?'
Saturday ... 140
USUiwb (Balnea tt v-
DAUCHTIR WATCH I D TV
When5 Fsaarf.u. v.i.i
mldnieht7 1.1 r.u "ome.
his VhV":' 18 ""n"
televitiorVnd 'th,"' he
looked for hi. irv ":.ae
the voiinu; :'V.J-"?r ulng
fmmri h.. CTj."! he
housi anrl ? the
locked.- Mt ws
. .... ... ;
M V..r.".m.ysl,f!ed "to how
m. u. u"PPMHi to be out outside
side outside when she wis shm Thl' u
watching tte televuion ,Vt wh
h" fUw came home.'
when"'d. !"1 '-own
thst h. i. Vu s wwni nut
causo JSSe4lprime ,UW' be be-cause
cause be-cause of the thr.sta h. .:
S" "d him arre' -ed F..
Cars nesdin lubs Jobs
1000 miles cr more cf
"cushiony" driving with
i: 4ef we give your cart chassis a
thorough onoover with MardA, you're let
fof 1,000 miles or mbre of the tmoothest
driving you've evef enjoyed. That's because
AIra wards off wear and friction .
. .fully protects vital parts . won't iar out
?i 1uele out o' wash out Driv in today
.ujr iung mgrja lubncatii
a You're welcome at your
M .13 :
m ? i at
on: Tryffi V ..
BT. THEREsrS La Been
Sunday Mass: TM ajn.
Holv Dan Mam f 40 D.m.
nons: oanrraay e:w pjn.3rd MONDAYS
ralloarablB Weeahm ot 11 -aa
e..nw lul ..
Pk....l ............ pan.
-i uiTine oerviee at a.. ........ taw Ma
Mornini Pravar and Church
School 1:00 Bin.
Confirmation Class I JO ajn
cnorai jucnarist and Bar-
mon ...... ..i......v..... 10:10 ajn.
Holy Baptism .............12:00 noon
i COLONS THTR9 STREET
' BCaptaln Syslin Tsylar Tsylar-,
, Tsylar-, 11:00 IFoliness Meeting.
. . 3:00 Sunday School. '
. 1J0 SiOvation Meetins.
RAINBOW CTTl. CJL, L
Envoy J. Gill
Bt Kitts and Jamaica Street.
11:00 Holiness Meetins,
3:00 SiJiday School.
7:30 Solvation Meetint
Beaier tapl. and Mrs. C K
14th Street, phone: 1S-743.
wTeW li lMtsafAatl eeepetato
' tmlty 'as
IThursdav before First Friday 4:30 p.m.
catechism class: i:ia pjn. en ounoay.
Sacred Heart Novena: IM P-m. en
Cenven Uaasi a:ro pja, on .nuraoay
, .- ". ATLANTIC BIDE
BT. JOSEPH'S Celoe)
Sunday Masses: t:4S, 1:00 and 1 -15 ajn.
Holy Day Masses: 1:4 and tM tm.
and t:4t p.m.
Confessions: Saturday M to in ana
7.-00 to 1:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
(:1.1 and 7:00 D.m.
sacrea nean ovena: STiaay r:ia pjn.
Sunday .Evening services 1:00
Convert Class: 7aS pjn. on
Catechism Class: Sunday io:u a.m. to
11:41 a.m. 3:00 pjn. to 4:00 pm.
rirst Friday Exposition of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at t JO
ajn. Saturday mom inc.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatima The Holy Rosary CM p.m.
Evensong and Address
-. BARA'I CrWTVB
. S4 First Street
Urbanisation El Carmen. Panama City
uionw Tain wt utaeusaiona
, 7 JO pjn,
Woman's Auxiliary .
WEDNESDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion ......... 1:01 am
Orarrb ef St Mirraret
Cernm at Eapave Ave, Braros Blyd,
1 no Rev. Neian G.
. Pilaal a. rkai
I SUNDA fS
1:30 era. Church School
t.30 am Mornina Pravanand
(IK simaayi, Holy Communion)
4 JO e.na. Confirmation Ins true tioaav
Chanel tf The Rslv Caaafartar
iys Ten. L. B. Shirley, Priest ta Charts
nwnuuai . . .
l:M ajn.. Holy Communioa. i
' :PARAIS0 '
- ; -: Bt A lean's Chnrek i
; Tta Bey. David A OssafBtv
PHt m Charre
The Bev. Allen B. Weatt, Asshtsat
TAtirsoayn.. .............. .1:00 pm
Calaa, gth A Freal Streets
tnaetatra Aaaarlean Bamaarl
Study Claasee.....Tbiwsaava, t Jd pja
BETHEL MISSION CBTURCS : --
Bspalaba St, Paraiso, C.Z. :
Bev Waldaha H. Stewert, Peata
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
1.00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:11 pjn. Gospi Service
Monday: 7:30 Young Paople't Society
WednndaTi Ida uid.wa- rk,Mi.
inursaay: im choir Rshesnal.
Friday: 1 JO Woman'a Mia.im.rv au.
THE CrTUllcR op aott i
7U1 Eishth atr4 CmXim
. O. W. Grsadiaem, Pasta -Sunday
Schol t u
Morning Worship ............ J0:30 p.m.
nigni oervico ISM pjn.
Sunday School .. :
Morning Worship 11:00
Midweek FeUowaUp, Thursday.. I JO
Morning Worship ..............
Youth Fellowship Sundsy .....
0.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Daily Maaa ...... ......
Morning Worship ..............
Holy Communioa First Sunday
, ei Month)
unnay Mass u
FORT GUTJCt ; -i
' BB -, af.90
0 WAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Bunday Haas .,
.'''-.:, ". :,;--". jmv nf- ..,.j,:- -,.V, Zi
'.''' a aaaaaa"."r---M---,-l ' ' : i-" ' '
1 !! .i.e.'.. ',!. s : ajffr
' ,nvit b-liivars of tha faith to attend tha open".
y ins; of its cemetery situated in Juan Diaz, near tha
mtaraaction 'of tha Tocuman Highway, tomorrow
Sunday, Auguit 26,"at 10 aim.; ;
During tha caramony, a plaque commemorativa .of
tha Habraw Martyra, will ba ravealad.
, Tha ceremomet will ba held under tha tuperviiion ..
" of .Rbbl Witkin. Congregations and Hebrawa of ;" V
fanama and tha Canal Zona ara cordially askad to
easentials, Uberty aa
as ana cAarity la all
THE ATLANTIC BIf
I S :4S Church itehoot J :
I S:4J p.nt Sr, Youth FoDowshlp. ;
M B-aa, Ja. Yeuth Fellowship. v ., ;
Karcarita V ,' V.i v
The Rev, Paul W. Oloadet, IHa4otv'
Phuoa s-l0A TTT
P:30 B'ble Sel
, M Tooth FetlowstuB,'
, lavwiv Oltfa
First Communion fnstructiona fot chU-lSUNDAO
drea Mondays, and Thursdays tM to I IM a.m.' Choral Eucharist
7:00 p.m. I tJO'ajn. Infant Baptism.
MIRACTJLOUB IHEDAI CrHtSbeJ I 1 iPO '.m. Church School
Bunday Manas: 7 M. tM and 10 JO a m I (held in Building 131) '.w
Holv Day Masses: IM. a:00 ajn. and! 5:60 pjn. Youth fellowship
J:15 pm. 1tai. Et-wnii end Addraaa,'
Confeatdonst Saturday IMttlM andlkid and 4th WEDNESDAYS -t.
740 to tM pm. After Rosary each eve- I JO pm. Woman a Auxluaiy and
tung. ' war wuira saeeung.
Miraculous maosi novsnai m ana
7:00 p m. on Monday.
catechism Clam: Ana i.to, luas ea
FIRST CHURCH OP OOD
Car. Jsmalca and Trinidad Bta,
Raineow CHy, Canal Eeaa
m. a. as m
as aermon Momina Worshin a-na a
sunoay acnoot ...,.'. a.m.
Night Service ......
t JO PJA.I
, Balboa x
! W. Ohas Pastas
Balboa Rd. at San ftbteSt
a wT'k 8fCh"rti Office a-int,
BJ0 Church School Free bos aasvioa
. .u. nuian, Ainaerpartan.
"h;Um t ehJldrtt.
"i S; Sz?0;:" ""owshipk
:00 Post-Hirh Fellowahi.
First Frldsy Exposltioat an day durint
we acnoot seer.. a ,i-
Firat Saturdays Mass at M am. :
BOLT PAMtLT T4URCft -Maigarlto
HOLY FAMILY CHtiRCH Marararlta
Sunday Maasest 7 JO aja. IJO' aJn.
and 11:30 s.m. . . ',,.,t
Weekday Messes: 7:30 a.m.
First. Saturday Mass: 4;00 s.m.'
Holy Day Masses: 7 JO am. and 1:1$
ConfessloTts: 1:45 to 4;4S .m. and t0 L,J;?2 c'vlTi!?.' aTr.f.n
to 1:00 pjn.. on Sattirew' THOTWa.ATS AND FRIDAYS
Mtramloue Medal Novena;. 7M ajn
every Monday:..' ..
Parish Family Rosary and. Benedic Benediction:
tion: Benediction: 7:00 p.m. every Wednesday. -' .
Viscussion-inquiry uroup: 7 JJ pjp.
First Friday Devotions: 7 :00 p.m. .'
First Saturday Devotions.: 7 :0t
St Peal's rbnn-b
, TVs Fen. Umad B. Shirley, Betot
Je Rev. PWa B. AtweU. Dspcoa
SUNDAW r- , ,.'),. t
t:80 ajn. Rely Communtan :"
0-00 am Sung Ewharist A Sermon 5
;;" Morning Prayer and Churoh
. nrPjaal ; J;
11-nH farkM. W.l. i
7:00 r..m tiiln. V,'
TUESDAYS .":. ,..'.!
1:30 am rToly Communion yr
IM saa Hory.tTommiml.-ai
7:00 pjn. Evening; Prayer
HB CHURCH OP OOD '."I.' i 1;
,, i i New Providence
' arm. Maaa. nit, mmmm
If Sunday School ...... MM pjn.
ml worihjp ,...y.,. ii M ajn.
Night Service ............... I Jg pja
, THE CHURCH OP GOD 'i i
' Panama City !! '
Cae. -IC and Mariano Ansemenev flta
. Bev. Was. 1. Mia. M. T
Sunday School I :.,i.....,.-..,aaa aja.
Morning Worshia .. ip sa a m.
1:10 s m. Holv CamminiiM.
I HOLY DAYS 1
tM a.i. Holy CommunloA.
s CHRIST. CHURCH. BY-TBE-SEA
THB CMUROI OF GOD Rla Akaje
?i. n.wmim wanr Ka-IHn SI..
L J". Paste
I Sundsy Schoo f:3p aj
"Sr"! 1? w"lWP :tiM oja,
"s" ..,....(....... tap p..
i ; -v COMMUNITY CHURCH -: i
4 -:, Bj.pi. Relrhts, CJL"- 'T-
' BT. vTNCENTS Rambew Clt ;
Sunday Masasss; IM a.m. and t0
Hoty Day Masses: tM ajn. and im
I conieaaions: lw.,lt itt iM 7M to
ioaw p. i ti. (Miuruay.
catechism Cissy: 10:41 am. an Bunday
- n n 1 1 a a bjt. j
: in aa ... . l. -7 n in
Air im vil "erriee or worshfti f ( i
POT cnlldren. vain. ... .j..u-pl U nnikni Hab m.i;a
:00 Poat-Hlrh Fellowshin.
i:wojuot-Hlgh FeUowshbs: sf
Dr. Wallrar Ii .SM u
Offloo J-hon. aIO-Basidssseo Phane
ohlldren, young people and aduhs.
. SaiAa. a
, (fmoaaita Howl Waahtnrtna)
BPryia.' m t.nT ...
IM am Holy Communlmi. .'
IM a.m Choral Eucharist and Sermon
I0M ass Church School SesaloB,.
7M pja Solemn Esemona and Ban,
.... ,'f : : 'ktin.aiMl f'; -j,
; THE Kr-THOOIMI CHUBCB)
. .. IBHti.b Onfereneei
' WllIlam H. Aravtrond
. i Itth 6t- Panama Citv
' : Ji Morning praver and
. .T tori.-oo.iit Clst
It Street and lae'dsa Avenue.
-.. Coion, BJ.. .
,: Suay ScfeooL V ''
(Holy Communion lt Sun da Ta I
ISonday. 7 JO pJBkPrarar MaetinB
BBKMkzkk m THonuri CHUBCB
inbow City. CE
ave. Samuel Walden. Minister
. aXiiHtay bervicaa p aA. Ina am.
hinder school n .h .t oao pi
"T- l"ltfm To Wr.l.sj.
Tusaeay f p.m, Prayss wu.
Sacred Kaart t,a.,i -att:
IMMACULATB CONCEPTION Gatte
.nunua. aoasa; 9:19 ajn.
Holy Day Mass: SM p.m. ; i.
Conleasionsi t JO to 7M p as. an Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. ., "f ""
Catachljaa Class: 4M p-as. sa Monday:
OtlA LADY OP GOOD COUNSEtV
ndsrMsmes: IM and ajoW:'
Holy Day Masses: t;00 abv and 4M
pjrn ., -,, t
Confirm ftatllTt-l.fsP a Vm,
aft .11 ---Is"
Baptisms by r)f3ointmtit ; i
jVliraculfXaat jUmibI NfMtaM.. ai
Sunday School: 1:J0 p m.' en Sundsy
Rciisinm JiaMiMIn n. 7:
drn:4:oo p m. on Thumrf.. r""
Rrlieiona In.fnif.linn .j.., .M
ouctad' to Sponin,7 im"VV"2
Convert Instructions by appointment.
.,i-r WEDNESDAYS :
M tmi Holy CommunloA.
7 JO p.m. Evenlna Praysr ant garnum
M tusv Adult Confirmattoa Clsaav
IM Mt .rnnr Guild. 1
IM aJA Chlldren'a ftidun-M.
10:00 ASA.' Junior Conilrmarlnn Claaa
7 JO pas. Compline and kadJUUotv.
I '' '. RAIKBOW ICTPt
, Chon of St. Mary, the Vtrit
.-' ThO .Bev. JehA A. 'Spaldlag,
rmn a. 1 .an a
iSUNDAYS '. ",.
Sung tucharltt ..'....:., 7M aj
Churm-School .'.. t it suns
Evms'iny and Salmon .... t u
Holy CnmirnmlQA. -........ tot tm
- St Ceorse'a Cberi
" The Bev. John A. Oaaidtaa.
in nnu era aucfiJAXO
md ANr 4th SUNDAY!
Momirg P-avor. ...
and, Sersen V.
'00 a.m. Holy Comm!mlnp!
Church School, each a m. ibu'
Chotrillo nth Na IT s
Rio Abajo 11th St Me. 17 v
Balboa Chanel nasi fla.iia. 4. .-,
boa (Saturday only).
i ,V JFUU Ciospel) . -"J ;1 BpaAhw Charchos Panamd and X
Special Rnglnteri BldA. Dtablo.Hetkht CtlstaeoU Dlsrricf
, "Tf ovnoui .....t,.w, s:p a.m. raator uoan Huls
Worship Service pip. Psnama, Cslle Dsrlen Na
Youth Service ....,v... 7M pm .Cristobal lltb'A Bolivar Ave.
Evangel ie Service .k . 7 :30 p.m. Gamboa A Frijolas.
Wed. Bible Study 4t Prayer 7M p.m. Oborirt Paster 0, A. Crisde
" '?. i I. t Tel. Jlo. g-102 :
ACWuTtCIl OP OD tPrnterotui) Gamboa ,Praitt Parkway FrtJoJaa.''
Rev. B E. Walson. Overseer .
.Phone e-42g. Box 253, Gamboa! Atlantic Side CeleA and
Churches at Para io, C.Z. (Rev. and Cristobal District i 4
Mrs Herman C thtri.i r.iA. s Paatnr M.Klt Tmt s.s
(Rev. Fernando Lorence). Rio Abajo Colon 3rd St. abantral Ava Crist-
'-ri naynrai. aneioai uin as nouvar Ave.
Catiy (Rev. and Mra,CUfford Grcavosl Central oftieet CaVilab BoadTaL
'-.uiji aervicsa as au lessi
IM A IM I
IM I "'
tort culice ; .';."sl:'y j ' '-' 1
bl .11 Church. I ttXllCV V -ii PL
ELECTRIC SERVICE 0, :
ivn rrw if
IP .. (! ....... .. .j
Sabbath. School 1:30 ajn.
Divine Servir. 1 1 an y
Youth's Meeting 4:30 pjp,
Wednesdsy Bible Study and
fm t.k. p.m.
; V ',?' S"1 Panaml A Bslhaa District
n- nimr lei,. ai Paoa ..
vaw; ransev ava 4. w. eo la Ossa Na
.i Z-' -Mrttp .Wolfarp. Board I
?: ;.vvv pac,c ,70. :; 1 1 t c
;V"'f"4aaA: ii..''; ;;K Serview Friday.- law .p.
Sundsy School ffM
Morning Worship 1000
t-nurcn-iime nurserv aho.l . 1 o vl
FORT CLAYTON r .
Siisy. .. School (Building Na
marwnw nrfrsnip- ....
Weinesdsy Evening Prayer MeaU-
. Ing and Biblp Class V. rVT
Mornint Warshio ...
Evening Bible Study .......
ALBROOK' AIR FORCE BASE f.'-jiH'.:
Adult Bible Class (NCO ciub)"; 1:30
Mornina Worxhin .... m. .....
V .L. : :"... aa i" .J
Jewltfl .Wolfsro Board Bid' 7SS.S l.
SI.V1.' aiaoB.. s, AiBU Ms than
rijitun. Mil evioi.
Sarview- Friday. 1st Asa.
!3C pm ; '.'
JSeoyf listings of .etrlsh' sorvlcas
"- r" aaee pno suiiensi
.. ........ ; 4
CongraakDen Kot Shearltii im.' a
"v,'" .no-aetn Btreet, Bella Varta
Plin4 City :SorviOtP IM pjA.:-7"
BEPDEMER LCTTORAlt CNURCB I
. Bslbea Bead at WigM' Street
Bay. Rebert P. Gassick, Pastse
,'-P.O. Box 4. BaJbea.'
unday School, Bible class IM sja.'
Divine Service 10:11 ejiu' ...
"Dlvirie' Service at Maraarlia iln a.
Margaret Epiiconsl Church) Sunday
Will beoff in
7 1. Sector between' 10th Street,. Cen Cen-",tral
",tral Cen-",tral Avenue, Pedro A. Diaz Street and
. 2. Colon St.; Veraguas, 12, 13, 14,
, and 15 Jiast StreeU, Central Avenue be be-iween
iween be-iween 12 East Street and IS East Street
trom A a.m. to
gust 26, 1956.
on Sunday, Au-
7 a.m. on Sunday, Au-1 1 1
... teaVa e
to kaop pace wM
aawet be plsnnad for t4 eeMef
td paeri slectrkHv.
to eitohle os ta oaoef the Browinf elootrk isesait
.Twa woffc''Wff be
at a Nm
t a tOM of sMWth i
toast iiuoAventonce pp y
service tor yep to Nm
'J a ;
THX PANAMA AMERICA A.N IXDEPEKDEXl CHIT NEWSPAPIR
SATIHSAT, AUGUST 13, K:
lUX STL:: t VI HAS TEA VTA I
Come In, Everybody!,
BJ WILSON SCBLGGS
TW5AXS Wf AC'ST
MAN AT THE 000? Sf OVeOfl
DEf'JWWHO ffOOtS AND ECUS ON THE
While upstaks, chappy 5TufFshe note sme
AnP A 5H0RTTWE LATER...
1 T0S5EYCH y-'TifSMUfl?
HA5 WRITTEN MTD A METAl CONTAINER.
k JLL. ST!BfVTrffA,T,
STATOiynr. J TKtflSjUYAtMT
NOW CCNT WORRY, BOPNEV, fVE THOUGHT OF J
- it': jf
EVERYTHING. J?EF EVEN A BOTTLE Or
"V "rl CUU5N N1Y, CAEs
COFFEE IN CASE LSET FROWSY.
FN060DY VI N
:Ji Vfl THESe5 UJU79 MCvB
N T KITCHEN.
it Jru. ARRANGE FOR KXJ
1 W 10 USE A SAWU NATION-
Jj f A115I PIANE. SHE WONT J
2- i' FSV ANY ATTENTION TO r
1 V. THAT. )
Voice From the Bridge
& Alt r&LWUJt
WEEK WE LL OK
UP AT THE LAKE
IIS INI I w VAjrs i
COMMODORE.1 MIND 11
TH MIZZEN OR I LL
WITH A BEUAYIN' H
CARLVLE! THAT'S NO
WAV TO SPEAK TO
h YOUR FATHfcK.'J
' Hit lit NE $
mTmmmmmmyT ONE WITH
T ( EV'WVTMINS,
ft LUCKY I CAUGHT TW'
V V BALL".,.YA OWift) J
Nixon Resumes Vigil Af Home
: .:'')':.' v'- :.. ":
Of Critically Sick (Fattier'
" 105 ANGELIS, Aug. 25 tUP tUP-Vice
Vice tUP-Vice President Richard M. Nixon
resumed his vigil yesterday at the
home of his critically-ill father.
Frank Nixon; The elder Nixon
showed some improvement after a
slight aetbiKX which was attriDut attriDut-d
d attriDut-d to exhaustion from watching
his ion accept the GOP Vice presi-
Dr. I. N. Kraushaar said, how
ever, that if the 77-year-old father
f of the Vice President continued
his present improvement he might
he taken off the critical list tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The physician said he told
the vice President his father
might be out of danger by Sunday
The Vice President's father, is
siffferine from a hemorrhaging ar
tery in his abdomen. He has been
bedridden with a broken hip for
the past two years at his La Ha
bra home and his condition be-
came critical Wednesday, the day
his son s name was placed in nom
ination at the San Francisco con
Pr. Kraushaar and, a eoneultant,
Dr. Herman Ermshaw. examined
the elder Nixon today and issued
their slightly more optimistic re report
port report They reported be had a slight
fever and was bothered by a kid kidney
ney kidney complication apparently re resulting
sulting resulting from medication given him
when he began hemorrhaging.
"The prognosis is slightly more
favorable and we are a little-more
optimistic at present," Dr. Kraus Kraushaar
haar Kraushaar said.
It was about 3 a.m. when the
Vice President and his party, ar arrived
rived arrived here from San Francisco by
chartered plane. Nixon reported
he -was exhausted, but. he was up
at 7:30 a.m. and sat on the back
porch of the tw story,' Spanish Spanish-type
type Spanish-type home reading the morning
papers while doctors made their
medical report to newsmen.
Nixon said he planned to remain
here as long as his father was in
critical condition, i ;
Of Late Composer
Dies In Calif.
(ktOteajk True Life Adventures
'! jjMmMwi.ijjaiijm. Ii I .w-J.umm..liiiiinii i.i i I J .ujiii.miL
L?-. ;i't.... JLj
LARD 6oT LOST IN A JOK SHOf :
It. spewr his whole, wcekc.
r -... :
GOT ALL DW.'.'
t, t. Bjjtan
r' -JZJ12 YEH...8UT FIRST Li NOJ KNOW
A WE'RE SONNA OKAY, WHERE I
' WELL. COR NOWM HAFTA SET BOY.SO CAW RNO
7 VVEiECTA J 60ME HANOSV GET tM. BUFFALO
RAJSICH, WE'LL T0 HANDLE VvL WRANGLERS
why, no.. i IwEa-ASA JZZ-&- If H J
f THOUGHT 0U tWCFBLff TLLSj ; i -HAD
THAT I FACT, I NEED MOREVl V
jiw.tr wmwl. 1
BOOTS AMD CSK MDDS3 ;
7 OkI'RARS S(lONg
,Z Now In Calcutta
; For 4-Ddy Visit
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 25 (UPV
Mrs. Marian MacDowell, 98, wi widow
dow widow of one of America's greatest
composers, Edward A. MacDow MacDowell,
ell, MacDowell, died here Thursday night.
Mrs. MacDowell had lived at the
home of her longtime companion,
Miss Nina Maud Richardson, for
the oast two years since coming
from-, the t MecDowell Colony for
Artists she founded at Peterbo Peterborough,
rough, Peterborough, N.H., in memory of her
husband who died in 1908. i CI HC f A CC
MacDowell was, the composer of j 31 UC, ULAm V t J
"To A wim., nose," "tircsiue
Tales" and numerous other1
' CALOJTTA, Aug. 25 (UP)
Chief Justice Earl Warren, of the
United States, who arrived here
n .vacation Thursday, taid he will
remain four days.
He naid tribute to Calcutta as
''one of the great crossroads of
jf twB ON THS "01NT5 BAJ-L&T ..
FOSITION & USUAL, VJITH
- THB INCTAN OCBMi
"'WmEN THEY ASSUMB
THS ADMMON HORIZONTAL"-
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- The Caracters n
BY ESMUUI MAatRX
i 1 f
A)-TT, VlftS SUft?PED ftEE-WOVJ-iVi TOR
vt-C; HtMW OWw W wbws"
C hi a f w .. .
Cl LK8LTI TUXKZS
Arrives In Paris
With 2 Grandsons"
PARIS, Aug. 25 (UP) Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt and two of her
grandsons, John Roosevelt Boetti Boetti-ear.
ear. Boetti-ear. 8. and Haven Clark Roose
velt, 20,- arrived here from Copen-I
hagen yesterday for a visit of sev-i
E N J 0 Y
Hie Royalty of Radia and Television
lATUKDAT, ,Aaput 15, lKt
'l:M Chrlitopheri ,.
.1:50 Hirry Ownt t
' 3:00 Amwd farcM Hour i ;
4:06 Ineort Studio One
1:00 Iddii rishr
6:15 Pattt Pag
1:30 Johnny Carson
:00 Ntwi and Pinwuna
7:00 Truth or Conuqutnut
7 JO .Stge Show
t.M MUton Berlo
1:00 Hisbway Patrol,
:S0 Tfhafi My Boy
10 :09 GriOobJ
10:3 Hit Parada
11:05 Cncora Comedy Hour.
SUNDAY, Avftnt 16, ISM, .'
100 Lamp Onto My Feat
1:30 Frontiers of Faith ; f
3:00 Armed Forces Hour
440 Encore: Comedy Hour
5:00, Arthur Godiray 4 Jrlandj.,
. t.00 News
' 415 Industry on Psrade
7 00 Jack Benny "', i
7:3 !Tou Art Thar. v
1:00 Toast of the Town r i f
9:00 Appointment with
.. ..,.. Adventure. 'i
t:30 PhU-Silven Show
'1:00 The Studio. ' "5
10 SO What'i My Una
11:05 Rob't Montgomery presents
T M.Itff. U.tM.M.
"Women certainly arcn't logical! I'd think! you'd wait
- till after your relatives visit us'to clean house!".
rturtr's Ufa to fUlerf Wltb bralsec.
(Veil-worn steps and rug he ases.
ffpstn would leftvv Us bonie Uke. new.
A. Oassifieda. fnirl tkt rfh elue
y7i1a. erZ DOE f GET. J TWO H0UR3
,1 TOOK THB 6A,R.Ly AHu Ai. v u
AJLKNTAL THAMtC fTrU I V
WHEN HE GET WE CAN'T KI5K IT.
OFF THAT TRAIN 1 RITAi HB WU5T BE
WB WAV L05E PICKEP JJr WHEN HB
TRACK Of HIW i ARRIVES'. ,C"WC?N: J
FOREVER. EA5V! S
..i&O PATRICK 5KIPPEP TOWW X VERV WBlii
JU5T BEFORE HE KUEW WP'O I CAfTAlU
PlCOVSR THE 11700 5H0RTA6EIIIL CALL AaAUTA!
EYEKYTHlNa FvINT TO HIS J AMP HAVE HIW
TAKEW OfF THE
ty WCK CAVAIU
: V 7-30 j 1 i rt
WHAT THAT WNP
t!1K IMI.4.KUUIO uuiisa
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T"MK1 All tfVl A M"ATfAl AT
f-OK A W LTD t STRICTLY A
6UT I COOLO STEER VtXJ i
: YOU 5AED
60M.E FDMDS ?
EVERV TIME I
COME ONTO S
BODV OF WATER X
THINK OF EXPLORERS
LIKE DESOTO STAN
of -me GREAT
1 j VCWRE CRAZY.' OH, MOT 43LHTK VI
vl THEY WALKEQ II -THAT BAD HB 1 I
CLIMBEIP AN 1 HAD A BUNCH I
STARVED SO If OFSTARVIM' I
lt- j irwi vi iuac?i icj a
TK SEAT OP' H DRA4&HIMDP 1 I
THE EXPLORER'S TO SHOW HIM 1 I
PANTS MUSTA 1 THAT AT LAT V I
I BEEN PRA&tSlN' THE.V HAD COME 1 I
J I OUT WHEKI I I OF VATeft I
lb ; 1 a L I I I
""J" St NoTl3A-30!ter238er!-214272-326r
Tivoli Ave. 18-ZO
j t WtTi41rHs.laa.i.tt aj N ejf
UCXS AN LCrPNLET DAILY NEWSfAFIS
FAG I PI
SL P:::r'$ C!::!r
octal ana Jtlienvi5c
Guild Pi:ns Rcfieal
A! S:nl3 C!:ra
Former Bsllerina and Radio City Rockette also active
member of the Dance Masters of America, will re-open
her s.udlo at-the Ealboa Y.M.C.A. n September 4th.
Schoiule will Include classes for ail ages from pre-schoo!
tot to women's classes. ?
BALLET, TAP, TOE AND RHYTHMIC EXERCISES
JtegUtralions.wm be held Wednesday and Thursday
Aug. 2 ts 30 from 9:80 a.m. to ? p.m. at resiaence 744A
Las Cruces St., Balboa. C.Z.
For further information Phene Balboa 1751
fto 5037, tU,
Tentative plans have been made
by the Choir Guild of St.' Peter's
church, La Boca, to go oa a re re-trest
trest re-trest to the conference center
maintained at inta Clara by the
district. i ' t
Scheduled for next weekend, the
retreat ij patterned after rejiilar
choir retreats, with a program of
t limit if &fpmU. lutn.jM, GtrtL, ParliM stJ Dmml tLmU L tuutJ fmptlif U Li-tutmLn Ma.
Jt mil L cmJ If ul,fLm mm Pm 2-OUO J. d-OUl LU. 100 'sj 10 m.' mlf.
ucvuuua, .aitc.isjipa recrea recreation.
tion. recreation. 4
Thft Rv .Tnhn Rntr uhn
accompany the group, will be cel-i
coiaiii anu preacner at me fcuens fcuens-rist
rist fcuens-rist to be celebrated at the church
at 10:30 tomorrow morning. The
choir will sing Merbeck's commu communion
nion communion setting.
MISS LOIS DUFFY whose engagement to William B. Riley
. ,. t .. i .formerly of Balboa has been announced.
AT PARTY FOR MAYOR OF LIMA Dlst inguished guests Rather at a party given. Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, toy the Ambassador of Peru at tha Embassy residence In honor of the Mavor of
lima and his wife Mrs. Hector Garcia Ribeyro. Shown from left to right: Mrs. Ribeyro,
Mrs. German Aramburu wife of the Ambassador of Peru, Mrs. Ricardo Arias, wiferof the
President Of Panama and Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardla. wife of the President-Elect.
tRtGCAYAN EMBASSY CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY .,.!'. w
Of INDEPENDENCE WITH GALA RECEPTION ,(.,,,. ; , v
' Tb Ambassador of IVuguay and Mrs. Felix Poller! Carrio; entertained with : a reception
ftt noes to'ljy te- celebrate the Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence of their coun country.
try. country. Members of the Uruguayan Army, who are visiting the Canal Zone military installations.
were -guests at the affair. ..
' Mrnd Mn. .Thomas F-- Puffy
t Tt,ft strnet. Medford. Mass.
i announce the "W'XW
rfnnehter. Miss Lois M. Duffy, to
( WiUiam B, Ruley of Rosimgafic,
son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph J. Ri
I W Af Balboa.
in;,- n,,fv tvhnsa father; Is a
retired Medford r
traduate of St, John's High School,
Cambridge. She is, at present, etn etn-ployed
ployed etn-ployed as a supervisor for the New
Ingland Telephone and Telegraph
Co. of Boston, Mass. v
. ftiiw craduated from
Balboa High School and recently
, was discharged from the Navy. No
. 4ate l)as been set lor ine weuumj.
Mrs. Judith Whitakef
, pf Coco-Solo Hospital
c, t e Field Service of the
An an Nurses' Associa-tion,
Hrs. Judith Whitaker at a lunch
.t thm Hntl Washineton. Tues
day before she Jnade her tou o
; riurinv that mormne. Mr. F. J.
Moumbiow, a Canal Zone pldtira-
whn it leavinf Saturday,, snow
d her tht operation of Gatun
: Wednesday night Mrs. Whitake;
" was feted by the Isthmian Nurses
Roriation at a dinner at the
Mrs. Henderson Will Give Item
. On i. Armv Proorim
Mrs. Ian Henderson; wife of the
. British'. Ambassador will give an
item on the program; which the
staff and students of the Salvation
will give next Friday at tha Maso
nic Temple in Panama uty. -.
. It was oreviouslv reported in er
ror that Mrs. Henderson would
srive a Diane recital."
i The British Ambassador will be
.: guest speaker.
dith Brown, Billie Undsey, Phil
Euper, Juanda Pennington, Leona
Saarinen, Louis Van Horn, Hazel
Brooks, Gertrude Smouse, Cora
Makibbin, Ruth Kongable, Helen
Adlcr, Kay Daniels and Emily Bol Bolton.
ton. Bolton. .
The next party will be held Sept.
13 at the Officers Open Mess at
Fort Amador Mrs.- Claire Irwin of
Fort Amador and Mrs. Edith
Brown of Panama City are co-bos-tesses.
The USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center anno u n c e s its
monthly Orchestra Dance tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow from 1:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Always a popular function, the
Orchestra Dance will feature the
music of George Miller and his
The young ladies of the USO USO-JVtB
JVtB USO-JVtB have received invitation to be
present at the dance. i
Sponsors for the August dance
will be Messrs and Mesdames Wal
ter Diamond and Charles Zelenka
of Panama, and Messrs. and Mes Mesdames
dames Mesdames Jack Saltzman and Seymour
Barkowitz of Balboa.
Servicemen and their dependents
are cordially invited to participate
in the enjoyment of dancing at
the USO-JWB every Sunday night.
Girl Scouts Plan
Silver Benefit Tea
The Senior Girl Scout Troop
No. 88, of New Cristobal, is hold holding
ing holding a Silver Benefit Tea on Satur-
To Give Lecture
U C:bri (c
ilbea Women's Club Card Party
The Card Group of The Balboa
Woman's Club enjoyed one of its
most successful card parties of the
season, on Thursday afternoon at
the home of Mrs.. Helen Adler in
Campo Alegre, Panama City. Co-j
aosting with Mrs. Adier was Mrs.
Ksv Danlels.--'-: -.'V'-
Tht affair was highlighted hy
irs. Daniels delighted surprise
when she saw a large beautiful
birthday cake 'lighted with candles
which was presented to her by Mrs.
Adler. Mrs. Louise Merchant pre'
' a en ted her with flowers and the en
tire group joined in extending their
good wishes in the traditional Hap Happy
py Happy Birthday song. The attendance
at this affair surpassed previous
ones as ma the monetary dona
the club twice monthly and are
toluntarily co-hosted by members!
tf the Card Group. Donations from ;
those attending are used for the
. Clb Charity Program. I
" This program includes the sup-!
port, since birth, of the Maitland.
iwins who are now in their eighth
year and whose parents live in the
Leper Colony. Many more contribu
tions are made such as aiding tne
Salvation Army School for the
Blind, i assisting in the Christmas
Tregram for the children in the
T.B. Ward' of Gorgas Hospital,
conations to the Cancer Fund. Men Men-tnhall
tnhall Men-tnhall Fund and the Canal Zone
Tuberculosis Fund. The club also
adds its sponsorship to the Girls
and the Boys States. In addition
help is 'extended to man v needv
personal cases. I
Members and friends attending
the party were, the mesdames:
Claire Irwin. Aenes Hearnn. Helm i
Quinlan, Ruth Bathmann, Bea Ser Sergeant,
geant, Sergeant, Jean Hill, Peggy Fa Ik, E E-mily
mily E-mily Johnson, Mary E. Ruppel,
RuUf BouVgeOis, Elsie Ettinger,"Sa
ra Rowley, Mary Aan n e s e n,
Rose Casey, Mary Days, Libby Lac
. ey, Maude Clinchard, Flora Hack,
Blanche Schilling, Jacoba Joustra,
Peggy Parker, Louise Merchant,
Reba Slotkin, Augusta Cooke, Mar Martha
tha Martha Hamilton, Florence Klipper.
' &ja .JNordeng, Ruth Jenkins, E
Persian-born, Allah Kull Kalan-
tar, will be the guest speaker at
a public meeting to be held this
Sunday afternoon, at 4 p.m. at the
Baha'i Center in Panama City. He
will be interviewed by Mrs. Jean
Berest on station HOG, at 10 a.m.
Kalantar, now a citizen of .the
United States, is a chemist by pro-
iession, ana a noted lecturer on
Persian art and culture. He and
his wife, Emilie, are serving as
teachers for the Baha'i faith in La
tin-America. This is their first vis
it to Panama.
The public is invited. The ba
ha'i center is situated in the El
Carmen district,-No. 54 First
day afternoon,. Sept 1st., from 3
p.m. to s f.m.- as the American
Red Cross Headquarters; in Old
The proceeds of the te will be
used 40 replenish the troon's tre
sury and for the annual Christmas
party given for the school children
of Vino Tinto, a small Gatun Lake
iickets are so cents person
and may be purchased from any
Senior Girl Scout of Troon No. 88.
in Cristobal Commissary, of at the
aoor me anernoon oi the Tea.
. i --! i '-. i
"'VtHEN NURSES MEET what "do they talk about?'. This
.little group seems to be answering the question by their" in interest
terest interest ia a chart showing the dvamatic drop In pneumonia
' fatalities during the past two decades. The picture was taken
at' a dinner given by the Isthmian Nurses' Association at the
Hotel Tivoli,-Wednesday nijht,. in honor of Mrs. Judith
Whitaker RN Deputy Executive of Field Service of the Amer American
ican American Nurses' Association From le.l to right are Mrs. Mary
Ausnehmer. Miss Rita Goulet, Mrs. Whitaker, Mis; Jenny
Johannes- and- Miss Winifred, Seeley. .
Dr. Alfonso Rodriguez Hiu-.d,
president of the Union Theological
Seminary of Matanzas, Cuba, will
be, the keynote, speaker at the ran
American Institute's annual "reli "religious
gious "religious Emphasis Week" activities
' Dr. Rodriguez comes to IPA.
well qualified for this task, having
received both his MA and PhD
from the University of Havana and
a second masters degree and doc doctorate
torate doctorate from Princeton Theological
Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey.
An ordained minister of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church. Dr. Rodriguez is
a member of the World Council of
Churches and also working with
the committee on the Revision of
the Spanish Text of the Bible:
At the age of seven years, Dr.
Rodriguez suffered a tragic acci
dent which' caused him to lose
part of his face; from 1920 W 1929
he sustained thirty-three opera
tions which eventually restored his
face and lips. Telling his own sto story
ry story of why he is now teaching men
to preach the gospel he says sira-
Fle, "God gave me back lips and
must use my, lips to speak for
Each morning at 8 a.m. Dr. Ro
driguez will bring a special mes
sage to the student body. Monday
at 3:15 p.m. he "will meet the fa
culty at a tea given in his honor.
At 7:30 that evening; all interested
young people and students ? will
gather for a meeting with him at
the Malecon church located next
to Union-Club. Tuesday,1 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and Thursday bights at 7:30
p.m." Dr; Rodriguez will bring a
series of special messages in the
school gymnasium in Sabanas...
These meetings convening cur current
rent current religious questions are open
TOWER OF PIZZA That's
what it says. Tha leaning
tower was erected this year in
Provlncetown, Mass., dedicated .'
to that universal delight tha
J' -.. '. ( jf, T .. it:
. atlt for Incluiiaii In thlt
celumn shauM it tukminad in
type-writtan torn ana' mall' t ana
f tha tax Mimaari Itttai daily in
"Social an1 Otkorwil," or fdivOh fdivOh-i
i fdivOh-i by hand to Hi office. Notim of
snootingt cannot k accattod by
Albert linsteln ' '
Dr. B. Kuznieckv. director of the
Alberto Einstein Institute, will
speak at the general meeting, call
ed for Wednesday by Comite de
madras of the school.
This is the only Jewish school
accredited by the Panama Gov
ernment and many non-Jewish chil
dren make up the enrollment of 80
pupils. t ,
Dr. Kuznickv Intends to outline
the aims and accomplishments of
the school at this meeting, and
would, welcome the attendance of
Tha Comite, de Madras, will dis-
euss plans for a big raffle they are
planning, to raise funds to bay
land for a new building. They have
announced that the first prize for
tnis raffle win be a station wagon.
Docurncnl. Giving v
Wonjsn Equal Rights
x WASHINGTON Aug. 25. (UPl
Nicaragua Wednesday beeame the
tenth country to ratify the Inter Inter-American,
American, Inter-American, convention on political
iiu vivii ngms tor. women, v.
Nicarawan AmbassadO" Guil'er Guil'er-mo
mo Guil'er-mo Sevilla Sacasa signed and de deposited
posited deposited the ratification in a britf
ceremony at the Pan-American U U-mon.
mon. U-mon. Others present included Jose A.
Mora. Krrlrv nnrl t t,
Organization of A
Cesar T. Delgado, President of the
UA council; and WUIiam Manag Manager,
er, Manager, Deputy Secretary General of
All signed their names to Nica Nicaragua's1
ragua's1 Nicaragua's1 ratification of the conven conventions
tions conventions designed to guarantee equal
political and civil rioht. tt
en, j which were adopted at Bogo-
Other natlnn whinh h... .01 1
fied the convention are Brazil, I
Costa Rica. Cuha FonnW v ci 1
vador, Honduras, Panama Peri'
and The Dominican Republic,
For Mrs. Prcau
Funeral services will be hHd
Monday afternoon at 3:30 in the
mo Aoajo Mventn uay Auven-
el Preau, who .died at her home
in raraun i.fAr waHni .r
ten an lllnst of ahnnt. 1
';0imai wui touow in uie Jardln
ae raz cemetery,
A native of British Guiana, Mrs
Preau lived in CtnaAi nrf Vi it
S. before coming. t Panama. 'She
was 64 years old. ,. ,
Robert Preau? thr im ir.KiKM
fCTiada TIrrritnn Ynnw .ui
w vaiuuima aua rcan Jordan,
an aaopiea aaugnter.
Grand Appearcnce of
"LOS TRES ASES"
' .' j i
Mexico' most outstanding musical trio
. ALSO 7..
The sensational new Mexican singing star.
EL RANCHO GARDEN
a w ... m ivw .
iMAK f fiJENOS
PLAN TO ATTEND CHURCH THIS SUNDAY
- at th
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
9 :30-D:3LE SCHOOL for all ages '; 'J
10:40 M0RM1SQ WORSHIP : V
. "NoGreatcr Sin';
6:30-B.T.U. Training is Christian Livinj V
7:30"Four Great Soul Winners", :
Rv. W. H. Beeby speaking, t both services.
Wednesday, Aug. 2! 7:00 p.m. !,
GOSPEL CONCERT f
'"Voice Of Christian Youth"
. Quartet from Detroit, Mich.
. Revival Meetings SeptT S-16 -1 V
Dr. Robert O. Lee speaking
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State 1
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
I isi if AL DEPOSIT $5,00 : :
We make loans 'with guarantees on first mortsges
i v- '- or other securities.
25c 50c. $1X3 2nd $5.C3r ;
deposits are accepted thru a period
t'-; -: ; t of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for Jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes. 7
;. OFFICE IN. PANAMA COLON BRANCH: V,
, ;' , 199 Central Ave. st ' -,' Front St.- st corner
- eorner of "V Street of 7th St.
' G.! K. De ROUX, 1 JARLOS MOUYNES Vn!
, MsnaKer i Sub-Manager r
rrom S:60 a.tn. to 12:30 .m. ... t
' ? ? SATtEDAIS: Irons tM a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
If. you are haflnr birthdtr
party or an nniversary party
for an adult be sure to let your
guests know whether or hot they
are to brine lifts. A meat rinnt
. L M. 1 "if
wb w oe uie oniy one to brin
a tift. ...
And I he certa'nly 4ogn't want
te be the only one NOT to arrire
with a paekafe in his hand.
77 V V7
4 HIGHS m
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HIGH nfletit'to five yoe. wirdl j. :
YOUR TEXACO DEALER
IT COSTS YOU LESS fo own the finest...
5 .. ,f
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. 1-. (
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Colon Import & Export Co.
Bolivar Ave. No. 6069
. Tel. 101$ Col6n ;
Tel. 2-0383 Panama
No. 1 Via EspaRa (Casino)
-TEE PANAMA AMXXICAJf AN XS2ZTZ:::.,T 1
' YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY ,
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT, 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
- m.. I Street No. 1
Agendas Internal, da Publicaciontt
No. letters' Plea .
:". Central Ava.41
. Ut U CanaoaaUle
FARM ACI A LOM BARDO
. Ma. S Street ...
efa of JmSj Ave. im
. LEWIS SERVICE
FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1DC3
V '" .FARMACIA LUX
J. foe. da Ome Am V. u
Me to i In. dak
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
- --. wj, ram, m ,- ;
- ', '' "...
. Hi Cnilssl
; jim ridge
i Writ Box L, sUlboa, C.Z.
' Hours' t to 12. i;30;to 5
Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon.'
-Alter hours Pan 3-7060
i -. .-. -r's,":,
' Automobile. Tire. etc.
; canal .ww wwqjnic y. ;
' OR. C I.VaBRISA.
TRANSPORTS BAXTER. S.A.
Phone 2 --24$ I .2 2562
PANAMA HIDING; SCHOOt
a. Uues daily
; HI-FI RECORDS
r classic, popular and Jan.
,! dia agency .
SI Street W.-A-TeL M59
i .Open' .until 1 7:0 m
Saves Crop From
MADISON iZ-VVp Stin WiUel,
iarm engineer at w umveraiu
.r ur:..A.iM ha , rlAvnloned a
speedy way. to' jet good quality,
nay. unaer toverao wcuic, vw
;' Witiel jot grass silage and hay
from the first cutting and did silo
filling in the morning. The side
delivery rake was started on partly
dried hay about U a.m, and was
run hrough the noon hour until
Seven-foot mower swaths were
raked Into single windrows and
a slicet-ype baler with string ties
was then taken to the field and
continued until all hay was baled
"Witzel suggested baling several
windrows from the edge of the
field to give hay next to the fence
more time to dry.
nay was siacnea uie same uav
with sliced ends on top and bottom
and was stored in an open shed.
Witxel said the crop came out
without mold and with good color
and payability. He rf .b)3 crushe
is helpful when run directly be-.
sua me mower.,
FOR SALE: i
i . v I v, , .. .....
tut Dlmel Steel M-feet Betttn,
' )2t riruh covered deck Filet
'" Hoese' Stari le Stack Lenith
;.. 4tt Beam 11 114 in. Death
V 1 1J" Euellent mtckenlcal
' eenalrtom. Antes Elsenman,
' ext to Coca Cola Flant Fheae
J-M1I or X-4Mf:
1954 Willys Station Wajon
ill dot) condition. Price
$1,500 easy crtns.' Call
Eisenmann, phone' 2-4505.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
ARIAS, MATVSS1 ASSOC1ATM
; '.; Bid Ask
. Abattoir Ractonal 11 M M
BasMK ridudarl .M
lobmlgoa .'M ' M
Ceaneat Panama 1J nst
....u h.m.i e
Chiricana 4e Lecba .... 11
Coca Cola :
: I SO
Pref. with Cobb.
Prat with Com. .....
flmuizai) S.A. 1 1
- Pret with Coca. ......
fuerza J Lua Trot ... IT Vi
ruerza f Loo Cnm.
Hotelea mtenunerlceiiee. 14
General da Segora ... ao
Panamafia do Aoeltaa ... ;
Panamtfia do Fibres .... XX
Panamefia da Segurtaf .. XS
Panamena da Tabaeo ,, It
Toatro Central L
FOR SALI: 1955 Mdtp mv
hifwatot, 7.5 ft 60-cycla,
fmnr to, ahlver. Call La La-caaa
caaa La-caaa 3353.
. FOR SALI.- Chinaia livinj room
and dining aam tultas. Call aft aft-r
r aft-r 4 p.m. 2-2434.
FOR SALE: Larga mahogany
fcad with iprinfi and mattrau,
$35. fhana lalkaa 1723.
FOR SALE.- Rtttia lounf chair
with foot fast; aha asaortad win win-tar
tar win-tar clothing for f iri ag foor and
hay af nina. Phona lalhoa
FOR SALE: Chart drawart,
draiiar wmirtof (itaal) $10 aa.
. .Waring Blander, 25-60 cyclo.
Hamilton Beach mixar, 25-60
, cycle. 1 545-A. Manga Street
A Balboa. '
" FOR SALE: Bedroom set con con-sitting
sitting con-sitting of twin heda and night
tables (excluding spring and
mattress), aa waH aa vanity and
chest of drawers; solid mahogany
'-'finish in blond. Complete chroma
dinette set consisting af table
.and 4 chairs. 50th Street' No.
30, Mostairs. Phone 3-690J.
FOR SALE: 1953 G.E. wash washing
ing washing machine, conventional type,
0-cyele $60; portablt rine tub
S5. Balbea 2-6322. 0759-J,
Williamaoa Place. J
FOR SALE: Brand new bedroom
. set, never keen vied. Owner
leaving country. Call Panama 3-
; FOR SALE: Modern bedroom I
: set, bamboo living room sat (6 (6-s
s (6-s atrand), stove, refrigerator. "N
Street, Edificio Carnaval, Apart Apartment
ment Apartment 204, Calidania.
r FOR SALEt Cae range V grill,
Frigidairo' 9-H., electric water
, heater, living and bedroom sets,
linen,' dishes, ate. Phone Pana Panama
ma Panama 1-4282
FOR SALE: Oak dining rearm
bla, 4 chairs, china closet S60;
youth bed and mittreis $20,
Phan Curundu 2180.
Total By 213 Billion
'v.WASHTWfiTfW Aim Tfns
'The Commerce Department an
huuulcu Lnnav Tnnr i.arin Am'iri
cau neyuouca id 193) narj assecs
and inv!.ttmnte In tha tr n i a A
States amounting to $3,289 billion
cumparea 10 fd.U-o Diinon in the
,The department estimated also
that U.S. investments in Latin A A-merica
merica A-merica in 1955 amounted to $9,237
billion comoared to ts sss hiiiinn
in 1954..".:. .. --i...
The above fatal InMiMa Kndi
price and government i n v e s (-
menis... ,. :
' The Eisenhower admlnlitra admlnlitra-tion's
tion's admlnlitra-tion's persistent effort to stimu stimu-latalfow
latalfow stimu-latalfow of capital to Latin A A-merle
merle A-merle appeared to bo meeting
success. Total U.S. private in investments
vestments investments in the 24 Latin Amr-;
Jean Republics rose from $7,698
billion In 1954 to $8,224 billion in
19 S. Thes figures includ both
long and short term transac
tions. . ; l
Pirect long-term investments In
Latin. Amnrira rnoa. frnm ta tAA
billion in 1954 to $6,556 billion in
ao. inese are we totals ordinar ordinarily
ily ordinarily watched as a principal yard yardstick
stick yardstick of intnr.Ampriran aAnnnmin
cooperation. .-' i M ,
The world total of U.S. Invest Investments
ments Investments (government and private)
abroad rose, from $42,209 billion in
iS4 to $44,388 billion in 1955.
rmancial experts told the U U-nlted
nlted U-nlted Press privately that t h
Eisenhower 'ministration, if
reelected in K ember, is eor eor-tain
tain eor-tain to intensity efforts at st.
mulato tho flaw of capital to La.
They speculated that Adlal Ste Stevenson.
venson. Stevenson. Democratic rr.MnJoi
nominee, ,will if elected continue a
similar poucy ana program. r Both
pohtical parties iff their flatforms
nave DrnmiRBn tuinnAmin Muna
tion with Latin America as a
means of tmnlemontins fh- ..nj
Learn 5 dances for $15
Cha-Cha-Cha Hennsiie Mam-
a.1. I9xtnt T"
StDdlo Knlshrj of Columbia Club-,
C.Z, Balbea X-4Z3S or 1-344
HARNETT & DUNN
FOR SALE. 1951 Mercury 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, radia, O.D., excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Qtra 690, Curundu Hta.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chrysler
H.T. Convertible, absolutely per perfect
fect perfect mechanical condition, fully
aquippad. Call Navy 3742.
FOR SALE. 1955 Pontiac Sta Sta-.
. Sta-. tion Wagon, hydramatic. Phono
Coco Sola 8618.
( FOR SALEI952 Ford 4 -door
sedan Cuttomline 6-cyl. Radio,'
good tires, excellent condition,
Phono Balboa 1464.
FOR SALE. Late 1954 Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet 4-door sedan 210 Series, re redid
did redid and heater, one owner. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-3780.
FOR SALE: Hot Rods. We have
a 1952 Pontiac chassis with a
1948 Cadillac motor. Very
cheap. Smoot fr Parades, Lot
Number One.. f
FOR SALE, 1952 Morris Minor
$400. Ettacion Modarna. near. El
Baturre, Nicanor Obarrio Street.
Phan 3-4566., :: : :
FOR SALE: '55 Carman Ford,
w-s-w tires, radio, like new,
JiVas 35 mpg. Phone Coco Sol
FOR SALE-1950 Buick Super,
w-s-w tires, radio, heater, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, $700. Phono Co Coco
co Coco Solo 351. . ..
i FORSALE.w.1953 Ford Victoria
Hardtop, perfect condition. Telo Telo-P""Q
P""Q Telo-P""Q 2-4288. 5616-0. Diablo.
WANTED Good hornet for 4
kittens 6 weeks old, playful,
healthy. Phone 2-4130. ,
Sex's Kinsey Jy
l (Continued from lara I)
later helped his reasoarch In
Kinxpv in'iKnii 1- t.j: v...,
Vlirsit.V faxiiltuM,. iim
wi V i a zoolo
gist at the. ago of 26 and had
noon fkAMA a,... i
.,7 cl ever since..-. ;
Klnoair m J . ..
i j uiniiieu one oi niS I. U.
students, Clara B. McMillen, a
7 niajur. iney were nar-
r,nt nf fnn. ku . ,r
'; Kinsey started resetrch of sex1
in ium wnpn. nm mn loror.
ilized suddenly he had an authentic
-Jf aiuiVl Mllb iVJl BUU"
al Sex nrnhlpm nnciaf k mAtm
ar- r fw-J.a, M BVUUCUU
ja ais pioxogy classes;
3 In searching through f.ooks
human sex, ho decided most of
thorn wer confusing, contradic contradictory
tory contradictory and patchy. Ho found, he
said, "assumptions that had
boon unquestioned tor centuries
without any scientific valida.
" With encourairemcnt frnm enna.
riors, Kinsey outlined a research
program and decided it would re
quire nine volumes and 30 years
of steady work by many, persons
io complete. ;r
At first Kinsev naid a eraduatn
student from his own faculty sa
lary to help him. Three years lat
er, ne asked the National Re
search Council for a grant and sot
$1,600. ... . Nfs. -.'
' Three widely-known scientists
visited Kinsey's c a m u s re research
search research headquarters at Bloom Bloom-Ington
Ington Bloom-Ington in 1942 to examine his
plans and aims and submit vol voluntarily
untarily voluntarily to personal' Interview
of the typo which Kinsey and
his staff later used throughout
tho country In recording case
histories. : .-
j Their report was so favorable,
Kinsey began getting grants from
mnv sourcjs to keep hi-' research
going. Over the years, the Rock'
efeller Foundation has been the
..! 1 ai.'
Special Added Featurettt
The story of ukl.CXF.I
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
OX I2IJ. CRISTORAL. CZ.
Pert classical back to school
hair-doe are being styled to type
at Gencll's Beauty Shop, Cocoli
- Clubhouse. Phone Navy 1812.
FOR SALE: One 25-gallen gas
water heater "Hotstream."- Call
FOR SALE: Motorbike Excel Excelsior,
sior, Excelsior, like new, 2000 miles $150.
Small upright piaae, nk condi condition
tion condition $250. Phone 83-3208.
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel-pups.
CaH 3-3119 from S a.m. ta 4
p.m.,-3-2779 from 5 to S p.m.
FOR SALE-"Wh-Dannit" Li Library,
brary, Library, over 100 mystery novels, -in
original (ackets. Papular au authors,
thors, authors, $50. (Nat said ssparate ssparate-ly).
ly). ssparate-ly). Balboa 3480. ,,.
FOR SALE: Beautiful whit
rabbits. Ne. 2459 5th Street, Rio
Abajo. Phene 3-4096 --
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS TRANSFORMERS' FOR
SALE: Sealed bids, far opening
in public, will be received until
10:30 a.m., September 7, 1956,
it the office ef Superintendent
of Storehouses, Balbea, for dis distribution
tribution distribution type, instrument and
potential transformers' and trans- .,
former parts. For further infor infor-mation
mation infor-mation and copy of Invitation
No. 302 contact Division af
Storehouses, Balbea. telephen
FOR $ALI.-Ono 2J-gallen gas
wator heater "Hetitream." Call1
Panama 3-0710. i", i
FOR SALI. U...L!
. -- .wnr .Hmiri
f portable' aewing machine, excel-
laaft. -j:.: u .
Carr St., Balbea.:? rw
FOR SALE; 2 mashina alee alee-!,
!, alee-!, !'" Mi "onwtitchingi
l' lMk Istndiant 75,
Wggesl eOB t) iiuVa r and aow
oycuua augut Hu.wn s m, ui .k.
In 194 Tinaaa- w..vi:.v-a n
f"',tiyolume "Sexual Behavior in
the Human Mafc." He chose a
coBservauve medical publishing
house In PhiliHanhi. ha..... ..
said, he wanted to' assure '!n-
sensxuonar ? punncauon t of t h e
Tho Xni.naaa ulna.' eSlTl
ui v aLausupa ann.rhart. i.m i.
hOtCSkea. It' Ill ha.arf in
years of research which included
12,000 case histories obtained In
secret coaea interviews with re representatives
presentatives representatives of all a an. IT l-aaa
ami, economic, sianaara groups.'
' Klnsnv nlnnnnrt to fMlnn. '... ..
J l VUVW U, LUG
first volume within two er three
years. But more than fivo years
weni oy oeioro ine second, "Sex "Sexual
ual "Sexual Behavior in tho Human Fe
male,"' was ready., j f i.
It sold hotter than the first
volume, after on unsolicited
publicity buildup unprecedented
in history, including Kinsey's
photo In color on tho covers of
numerous slick-paper m a a a-sines.
sines. a-sines. '' .; ;. "'U -i-. ; s'
' IClnsr-T anri hlr rirph t.M.
tute staff of more than 15 care-
ruuy cnosen men and women o-
Derated frnrtl haiamant. nnartan
in a 70-year-old campus building
renovated to make each nrivat
office, tompfetely soundproff ma
ny oi tne interviews were handled
there. Only recently, the institute
moved to more modern quarters
I The old quarters where records
were" kept in fireproof files with
special, locks were screened by
wire-protected windows so strong
they permitted only the passage of
II l a i.
.... : ,- ;
( and Monday
ATTENTION tl Aatt baiht
msdam farniokod apart meat. I,
2 bedroosa. bat, oold watoa,
Pkana Panama 1941.
FOR RENT Furnished 2-bed-r
ream apartment, two bathrooms,
etc. 48th Street- No. 27, Phone.
2-2504 or 3-6097. ; r
FOR RENT ALHAMBRA
APARTMENTS furnished' or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. Iri floors, cedar cles cles-.
. cles-. ota, Venetian blinds, enclosed
garden. Telephone 1116 Colon.
FOR RENTr Unfurnished mod modern
ern modern apartment in axcluiiv 'El
Canpejo" residential district: 2
bedrooms, sitting dining riem,
maid's room, 2 hatha, kitchen,
garage, porch, $100. "Caracas"
Building,. 6 Street No.. 2. See
Da Castro, Avnm B N. 24.
FOR RENT: t Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with rafriierater. conveni conveniently
ently conveniently situated. Via B. Porraa No.
112, siaar Roosevelt Theater.1
FOR RENT Furnished modem
apartment, screened, military in in-enacted,
enacted, in-enacted, n and two bedrooms.
5 minuter from Zn. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-3065.. V
FOR RENT: Apartment, 1 bed.
room completely furnished with
furniture tor Sale. P Street, Can.
grj, ; Cass San Jaae. Apt. 4,
"1-4212.; 'h: .,i;;',
FOR RENT: 2-bdreem apart apart--
- apart-- menf, etc, across from Hotel Ef
Panama. Inauire Via IspaBa 106,
Apt. 5. ,,::: ,,;
FOR. RENT. Cel, a.uiet, throg throg-kedroom
kedroom throg-kedroom apartment on top floor.
Tw -principal kathroems, hat
.water heater, large Nving roam
and dining ream, maid's room
with dears, ate. Ivory poesible
senvenienae, $150. Phono Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-0763 or 2-0027.
FOR RENT Fully furnished 2 2-,
, 2-, fcadroom : apartment, apaciaus,
; eol. Hot water, acroans, tele-
phono, linen, dishes; eta. IxseU
. lent neighborhoods Availabtar
September 1st. 3-0418, 2-1 591
, POR RENTt FarnisheJ apart apart-'
' apart-' men. Available Sept. 1, $45 and
i Militia., Phone 1-1360 daytime,
2-1890 night. U
FOR RENT -Purnlihed apart apart-,'mnt,
,'mnt, apart-,'mnt, concrete,' North American
j- neighbors, regular trknsportatian.
i Phono 1-0471.
t FOR RENT Apartment 2 bed-
rooms, bat wafer aarvlee. Aveni Aveni-do
do Aveni-do Cuba No. 51, corner 41st St.'
I Phono 1-3329.
POR RENT: "II Cangmlo
1 modern camfortsbl 2 kedroom
f apartmkant. hat -Water, garage. -Balbea
2-1651 or Panama 3 3-'1043,
'1043, 3-'1043, Raberto. :
; POR RENT Furnished l-ked-r
room' apartment, axctllent loca location.
tion. location. Pederlc Boyd Ne..l. Tel Tel-ophona
ophona Tel-ophona 1-1516.
POR RENT Tw-kdreem fur furnished
nished furnished apartmant, Ave. 6a. Pa-'
fw Nd. llrlS. Information Apia.
1 or 6.
VKh RP Symphony
Tho Natinnal Kvmnhnnv ftrrha.
tra will present another concert of
tne 19 .series, next Wednesday
at the National Theater.
Director Herbert de-Castro has
prepared a balanced program,
with works from French' authors!
Satie, Bavel, Debussy, Saint-Saens
Baritone Federico Jimeno; Is the
soloist in Wednesdsv't ronrart
no .wiu sing excerpts rrora.saint rrora.saint-Saens'
Saens' rrora.saint-Saens' "Samson and Delilah" and
Honnergar's "King, David," and
ts. 1 J . .
woras irom naver and Faure.
Reservations for tho
may be made at Fine -Arts De Department,
partment, Department, telephone 2-0258,' Pana
Man Named Dripps
First Prohibition ;
Agent I ii The West
WERTtK. fi T lLrm ; mi..
South Dakota hiatnrloai u..
obtained a document which named
me nrsi- pronimtion agent in' the
West, if not in the nation.
iYUMimant' ...l-3 1 a
... cvinniissionea in-
(ir.w nnrnu a. - a. .
'-rr, an an agent xo areas
up. the hquor traffie with the In Indians
dians Indians during the fur trading days.
The appointment was made in
DripDs- was th
father of Paul Picotte of Lake An Andes.
des. Andes. S. D..' who srava tha rlnru.
aient. to the .historical -society
FOR RENT 3-bedraon chalet,
living room, dining room, spa spacious
cious spacious kitchen, -wash tuba, porch,
garage, $00. Phono 1-1209.
FOR RENT-. Comfortable and
spacious residence on comer let,
, 1500 meters: 1 bedrooms with 2
' kathroems (one with bath tub),
maid's reem with bath, parch,
- living room, dining room, pan pantry,
try, pantry, large kitchen, laundry ream,
2-car garage, hot water inrtalla inrtalla-tien,
tien, inrtalla-tien, garden, swimming pool. Ne.
108 I lfb Street. Paitilla, Air-
port Read. .'.
FOR RENT Modern chalet: 1
kodraoms, recently painted, largo
kitchen, many closets, modem
kathream, 2 perchts, hot welar,
maid's room with bath, garage,
fenced yard, good neighbor. Via
FOR RENT: Furnished roam
with private bath, balcony, to
lady; Via Eipana Ne, 1, Phone
FOR RINT-Furnished room n
4th July Av. ... Far information
sail Telephone 2-502C Pan-
POR RENT: Nicely furnished
-room. Bachelor or childless cou couple.
ple. couple. Cooking facilitias41rd St.
No. 13. 1
y OSWALD JACOBY
'Written for NIA Service
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Saalh Wart North East
2" Pass I Pass,
4 4 Pass 4 Pass
8 4 Pass :' 6 Pms
7 4 Pass Pass Pau
- Opening lead V Q
How should won nlav tho finnth
hand at a contract nf aavan
spades? West leads the queen of
nearie, ana you win tne first trick
in your own-hand with the ace.
Plan the whole campaign before
you read on. The correct play is
a uoa exercise in timing.
At the second trick, vou lnarl
out the act- of spades to make
sure mat tne trumps aren't all in
one hand. When both onnonent
follow, you breathe a little easier
and cash the ace of clubs. An
immediate club ruff must be
risked, but this' is your last risk.
Yon continue .with a second
round, of trumps to dummy's
queen. Next you cash the king of
Hearts, discarding from your hand
we sunx oi ciUDSi
The next step is to lead a low
club from dummy and ruff with
the jack of snades. You return to
dummy with a trump to the king,
drawing west's last trump, you
next ruff another low club with
your last trump, thus establishing
dummy s long suit.
The rest is. of course.' easy
You cash the ace of diamonds,
ruff : a diamond in tho dummy,
cash the queen of clubs, and take
the rest with established low clubs.
It's easy to see that the correct
line of nla is to set un dummy's
clubs rather than your own dia diamonds;
monds; diamonds; It is necessary also to pro
vide against a. 4-1 break in ciuds.
If vou draw trumna before touch
ing the clubs, you can't get to
dummy often enough to ruff a club
and then run the rest oi tne ciuds.
Bad For Babies
MILWAUKEE (UP) The use
of anesthetics at childbirth always
presents the risk of interference
with the child's breathing, accord according
ing according to Dr. Julian Pleasants, a No
tre Dame biochemist.
Pleasants, who sooke to- a re
cent hospital assciation convention
here, said most mothers, do not
realize the risk of anesthesia.
He said. "Hosioltsl practices
have become so routinized that
some mothers are forced to take
this risk to the baby against
their wills, either because they
don't know what is being done to
them or because they are not
Dsvcholosicsllv nrenared to fisht
'against it at such a crucial time."
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Cla-:
: Cla-: ra. Shrapnol's comfortable homo.
- amp naipoa 1772.
ClichVSant. Ciera Beach
-ottagoa. Madera caavanianca,'
"odorate rates. Phone Gamkoa
PHIUIPS Ocooaaida Cartaooa,
Santo Clara. Bos 435. Beioo.
bol 3-1(73. ;.,. i
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
each house. On mil past Ca Ca-am.
am. Ca-am. Phono Balboa 1866.
Vis El Vail Cauntry Club. Cold
Jlimata. Now administration.
Swimming pool, horseback, rid-
Spand your week anda at Rio
Mar, th kast bathing haacb in
the Republic, with all cenv.
iences., Moderate prices, Th
new management ie anxious to
aerv you. ...
Wanted to Buy
WANTE0-Smooth tires, suit suitable
able suitable far reconstruction "Race. "Race.-struttora
struttora "Race.-struttora Nacional," Peru Ave.
No. 7. Phono 2-0406., V.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALI: .ft. tuliKtrf
loop J'Mltil.- IxclUnt candi candi-tion
tion candi-tion Call Robert Harris, Albrook i
' an-er p.m.
FOR SALE: Kermath 10-hp.
marine engine. Phone 2-1358
- Balbea.'' i .s ;
nT;fa? -"vOHNSON, Engineer, TJSAJtCARIB, congratulates
panlel. W. Coffrey and Samuel Meade, as he present! checks
and suggestion Award certificates to them for their suggestions
hX" been adopted by the Department of the Army;
Both Coffrey and Meade are civilian employes of toe Engineer
- . Section at Fort Clayton. (U.S. Army Photo) ;V
AT A RECENT informal award ceremony, Colonel J". J.
Tata, Director, Inter American. Geodetic Survey, presented
- suggestion award certificates and checks for $10 each to
the above three. IAG3 employes for their suggestions which
resulted in increased efficiency of United States. Army opera operations.
tions. operations. In the above photosraph left to right are: Mrs,
Rose Holcomb.' Tate, Miss Sherrill Seymour and William
. Gabb. : ' (US Army. Photo)
DORESE WAITES SCHOOL OP
DANCING reopening September
4tks Registration August 3 Otis,
31st 10:00 to 5:00; Septam.'
or 9:00 to 12:00. Celuaa-
kua Cluk (upstairs). Residence. K
Ann Lattin School of Dancing.
Opening 6th Term Sept. 4th in I
Cocoli. Registration Aug. 2ttb ,''
and 30th. 2 t 5 p.m. Free proa-
ontation "Littl, Shew' ..
. summer vacatian classes an Aug. i
31, 7 p.m. CocoH Clubhous
v Studio. Residence phene Balboa
FOR SALE-B.S.A. motor kike.
125cc, good condition. Call Na
FOR SALE ;
FOR. SALE OR RENT. J-bed-t
roam chalet, -living room, dining
room,- porch, garage, terracd,
maid's ream with bath; garden t
and fruit trees. Rant $115. Tl-J
phon 3-5647 .-h'j
WANTED: Bilingual sasreta-
- --. .in, mwm ma' fv
: "snama, full t details with pic--'
tor. ..'', , J
WANTED 5 T.l..i.i.. ..j .... I
die serviceman. Apply in parson,'. ?
to Halman. S.A., VU Espata 1
----- iiviui atrrBrri av txTirprvnrv-r niriT ritwir
- .. 1
j 1 1; ,i) 'II' !.;;.:. S : I
35c : 20e.
: BLLES v.;
,, i RANGER
" THE DESPERATE
, T and -"
THE BIO CHASE
60c. : : 30c
with Margaret Lindsay and
. Saturday Late Show?
DAREDEVILS of the CLOUDS
- with Ginger Rogers .
Two aisters with different
character! Arlene Dahl
Rhonda Flaming in
- and -Frank
,- Roonev in
THE BOI-D AND THE BR AVE
1 S C A If D A IT
- Also: ,-t j
with Beverly Mitchell
! Also: .;,
Peronists Again Demostrate,
-Wbutdn't tt b riic to Mva a color jy.?''
BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 25 (UP)
Sympathizers of ousted ex-president
Juan D. Peron staged an an an-ti.vnvpmmnt
ti.vnvpmmnt an-ti.vnvpmmnt rallv here Thurs-
dav nioht and vesterdav demand-'
led a boycott of the big independ
ent newspaper La rrensa;
Althntitrh neitber actum appear
d tiarticiilarlv significant 1 at it-
self, observers considered the
combination the most ominous in indication
dication indication of continued Peronist sen
timent demonstrated here Since
the former dictator was deposed
and chased out of the country last
. Some Z,dw exrremo ; njmim
crowded into a theatar Thursday
night la har former foreign
minister Mart Amadeo call for
the formation of a new ''nation ''national
al ''national movement" to ease the 'rev 'revolutionary
olutionary 'revolutionary regime's crackdown
on followers of Peron Peron-Amadeo
Amadeo Peron-Amadeo said his proposed ores
nization would adopt the late ex ex-president
president ex-president Eduardo Lonardi's slo-l
the streets, shouting ,'Beneoa for
President!" and "Liberty for ur-
Police broltt up the demon
stration when ft ran into a
crowd of anti-Peronists and tho
parade broke up into a melea of
street fights. No one was serious-
.Meanwhile, Hhe Argentine
existence to Peron, was pressing
its demand that other unions and
the public- at large boycott La
Prensa and any concern advertis advertising
ing advertising in it until the newspaper rein reinstates
states reinstates the staff that operated it as
a. Peronist organ.
La Prensa's present staff, most
of whom were employes of the pa paper
per paper before ..feron confiscated ; it
in 1951, appealed to Aramburo to to-dav
dav to-dav to intervene in Its behalf.
the La Pfensa employes said the
union does not represent .them In
any way, and charged it is un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly Peronist in spirit.' They
it, mi than hnnlH ha "neither aouuleuly (Bl apn. ucj
gfi5 t-nnih' in th1 recUed ttst 11 supported the U
victors nor vanquisnea inwi-. .it,.
rpvnlution that ousted Peron.
This slogan was symptomatic of
the attitude that led to Lonardi's
overthrow last fall by provisional
president Pedro E. Aramburu,
who is still in powers .
Amadeo also praised Lonardi s
war minister. Mai. Gen. Leon J.
Bengoa,- who- was : banished to
bleak Southern Patagonia 1 f i v e
mnnth aeo.-and former Trans
port Minister Juan J. Uranga,-who
was arrested. Aug. 11. ' ul
After the meeting,? several hun hundred
dred hundred 1 rightists' paraded: through
tAvsvorrw'M fNEAV Those"Hey. Norman, where, are' y
'PWP1!' Wrrters: It Norm repl.ed, J'Excuse me. I
- ftmni two W mo.
xiirtuT' Raeaway," veteran hm
1,rt1 "?AwiV4 now head writ-
W eyes seemed to turn inward inward-"Jnd
"Jnd inward-"Jnd one of their guests said.
' r.-l".ner seen Marty's eyes
lotlc -so mournful.
il.i 'iksn. ni nothing
fHe' always looks like that?, she
the funniest lines of many com edf
u,itar never see mimeograph uuc.
' The observations and quips, some
pi them f lassies,, -At. buried in
tr conferences, passed around
the luhch table or v thrown, away
nn" tne teiepnono. s i
i ..ki Martin tot a roundu-
-ir'rt,. hekt he totild recall am
here they aro: ,Th late Phil Ep Ep-in'
in' Ep-in' : toirether with his brother
Julie, was a brilliant Screen writer
and wit. One evening young
actress who had been, married
tunr hefore. was trying to figure
out what color wedding-dress to
Phil quickly suggested, "How
' abn&aaUle-tale gray?"
k a party one night, Julia. Ep Ep-ita
ita Ep-ita in watched a teautiful model
'pend the hotter part of the oven oven-Im
Im oven-Im m a k i n a a foot of herself.
: "So'maono,"' ho finally observed,'
"should tell her not. to drink on
in amihi had."'
Oscar Brodney 'was- Working out
in the U-I gym wnen -rony ura
ftmt in with his father. Ton? said.
: J'Oscar; I'd like you to- meet my
lather,-Mr.' Schwartz." ;
' Oscar shook the father's hand
and said: "Curtis was such a nice
name whv did you change It?
T Larry Celboit, who sparks Sid
'rnar'a writins staff, stopped in
Tokyo on his way' to : Korea., He
tpok a quick look around the city
ana gave nis opinion: -.
"Everything here looks like
.'was 'made in Japan. I
Norm Sullivan, whohas been
Wh Bob Hope about 18 years.
Jutes traveling as much as Hope
relishes it. One day Bob called
and said,' "He, Norm,- I'm tlying
lip .to Alaska this weekend. How
about it?" There was no answer
,ior a few seconds. Bob then aaid.
just changing 'your' pin on isthe
"' am Dortman picked up .the,
phone at a party one night -and it
was a wrong number. : But '- that
didn t stop' Sid. Ho-covered the
phone, turned to the group and
"It's Amelia Earhart.T She wants
to know where ovtryona is."-
Stanley Roberts volunteered this
description of a particularly col colorless
orless colorless girl.' Thfs girl is a 'tae-moryr-evea'
while you're- out with
I reminded Ragawayjif nis own
. n Tm
Classic, jyiuton eerie ana : naga naga-wav
wav naga-wav were talking uo Times Square,
where it's said there's a broken
heart for every light blub. A huge
electric sign was being noutea into
place. A cable, slipped and the
sign with Its thousands of bulbs
smashed to the,; pavement,
In Colon Church
mon boycott wmcn paveo ine
wav. for Peron's seizure of -La
Prensa. v --
r Another reminder of Peron's
campaign against La P r n a a
was the appearance In court
hart of a -Peronist triggermav
who admiHed killing a La Prensa
employ in the 1951 street fight
that prevented the newspaper's
staff from bringing' It out in de defiance
fiance defiance of the boycoot. ' .
Manuel Sancbes, a member of
the newsvendors' union which was
Peron's principal weapon against
La Prensa. said he shot and kill
ed Roberto Nunez with a 33-c a li
ber revolyer, provided by the, u u-nion.
nion. u-nion. t i i
- Nunez was one- of a group of
WEST POINT B 0 U N D Pfc.
Richard W. Angstadt, ( above
son of Mrs. Conchlta Rosas of
Panama City, is taking his fi final
nal final physical examination, for
entrance to the U.S. Military
Academy at West Po nt. Ang Angstadt
stadt Angstadt is a graduate of Balboa
High School, where he was
regimental commander of the
Canal Zone ROTc with the
rank of cadet olonel, and
president of the BHS- student
association. Angstadt is pres presently
ently presently attached to the Hq. and
Hq. Detachment, Ft. Amador.
Members of the Pacific Dis District
trict District Committee Boy Scouts of
America, held their monthly
meeting Wednesday, August 22,
at :30 p.m. In the Albrook Air
Force Base Officers' Mes3.
Preceded by dinner, the meet-
: ing was conducted by CoL E. W.
Gruhos, district cnairmon. prin principal
cipal principal event was a report by two
leading- scouts from Troop No. 5,
sponsored by St. Luke's Cathe Cathedral,
dral, Cathedral, Ancon. t 1
Scout Frank "D. Miller, Jr., I
junior assistant scoutmaster, :
outlined methods : of training
lunior scout leaders in the Ca
nal zone. The" senior patrol j
leader; Scout Robert K.". Arthur, I
explained how t council of pa patrol
trol patrol leaders operates. ,'
Seventeen committeemen at attended
tended attended the session, with Scout
Executive F. P. Chase represent representing
ing representing Canal Zone Council No. 801.
Top officials present were Col.
Grubbs, Lt. Col. J. G. Appel, dis district
trict district commissioner, and G. V.
Balbirnie, -' district vice chairman.-
Committeemen at the meeting
, were: J M. Cooke, chairman,
-v and L. B, Ashley, leadership and
trainlne: W. H. Townsend,
It chairman, Mai. W. ,T. Stovalli
j and F. L. Denton, camping andl,
I acuvities. .
Capt J. D. Arthur, chairman
and Set J. F. Morris, advanre-
ment; J. C. .Coppenhaver, chair
man and MaJ.. K. F. Brown, n n-nance;
nance; n-nance; R. A.' Williams. chair-
Dr. R. S. Ostenso, health, and
Lt: Col. T. M. B. Hicks, public
relations and E. J. Lucas, lnstl-1
tutional representative of St.
Luke's Cathedral., Mrs. Joyce I
Boatwright was secretary. :
"THE COURT JESTER"
; J V:
r In the most demanding role of his career, Danny Kae
performs uproariously as "THE COURT JESTER" in the
magnificently produced VlstaVIsion, technlco'-r comedy
OPENING ON WEDNESDAY 29 AT THE CENTRAL.
Pensa employes marching .' from
the newspaper's offices to i t s
printing plant in an. attempt to get
its .silenced presses rolling again.
The' attempt was abandoned aft after
er after Nunez' death, and a few months
later. Peron seized the newspaper
and coverted it into an organ of
his government-sponsored unlons.i
60c. -. TODAY 30c
Weekend Double Feature 1
In Technicolor 1
, JNGRID BERGMAN j
. JOSH FERRER in
"JOAN OF ARC"
-Pius: ; ,-1
"IT CALLS' FOR CHEERS
Full Length Feature Musical
- v Fantasyi
HANSEL and GRETEL
IIAVOLIIIE . performance' winner'
"You know, Milton," said Rag Rag-a
a Rag-a wav. "I bet there's a broken
light for every heart on 8roedway.'i
One time several writers were
watching some amateur movies
that were taken of Bob Hope on
Waikiki Beach In Hawaii. Hope,
in a loud Hawaiian robe, swag swaggered
gered swaggered down to the water's edge.
At this point in the movie, Charlie
Lee, a Hope writer who was pres present,
ent, present, hit "the. jackpot, i
lie said; Now everybody
watch how the. ocean moves Dhcjc.
. Yes, Mrs. Jones. Funny fellas
make the Famous Funnymen
funny.' V :f
La Monroe's Hubby
To Cut Honeymoon,
Funeral services will be con
ducted for the late Lorraine M.
Babb at the Trinity .Methomst
Church; Colon, on Tuesday at, 2
p.m. interment will follow. at the
Mt. Hope Cemetery.;
' Mr. Babb, a retired employe
of the Panama Canal Co., died
suddenly last Thursday at ws
residence on Melendei Avenue.
He was 84 years at the time of
In addition to his widow, Mrs.
Margaret Babb, the oeceasea is
survived by tne ronowing enn enn-dren
dren enn-dren residing In the U.S.A.:- Reg Reginald,
inald, Reginald, Byron, Mrsv I. E. Powell,
Mrs. A. O. Nelson; and on the
rikhmii! wilhiir. nnrothv.- Han
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SATURDAY. AUGUST 25, 13SS
Warren Spahn May .Yet EancL
PAGE CI GET
Said Early In Season
He'd Settle For Nothing
Less than 20 Victories'
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Aug. 25 (UP) Warren Spahn
said early in the season he'd "settle for nothing less
than 20 victories" and it looks today like the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Braves' 35-year-old lefthander may prove as
good as liis word.
Spahn, who bogged down in
mid-season after, a last start,
scored his fifth straight win and
hit 15th of the year last night
when the Braves retained their
two-game National League leao.
with a 6-1 win over the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phillies. It was a "clutch
win because we ecouu-vMf
nmnvivn nodeers kept the
pressure on with a 6-4 decision
over me mncmuu n
. Spahn now needs only two
more victories to reach the
Z00-mrk for has career and
f We more would make him the
first southpaw in National
tone history to win 20
games in seven different sea-
tfoe-Adcock walloped his 32nd
Vomer, m. double ana a sing
. vA Mathews hit his 30th
homer as. the Braves handed
Robin Roberts his 15th loss of
the year. Spahn had a shutout
uftUl the ninth when a walk and
iigles by Granny Hamner and
Willie jones proauceu me
1U min. The Win WHS wie
Braves eighth In 17 meetings
ft.h th -Phillies this year.
Duke snider knocked In four
rttos with his 34th homer and a
rfiM. mil rarl Furillo hit a
Mo-run homer as Sal Maglie
win his seventh srame for the
Pidgers. Maglie hung on until
trie seventh to gain the nod over
Larry Jansen, his roommate and
co-pitching hero for : the 1951
"rAlracle team" New York Gi Giants.
ants. Giants. Don Bessent held the Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs scoreless In the final two
Murry Dickson patched a
six-hitter for his 11th win as
the St. Louis Cardinals, beat
! the Pittsburgh f fjrates, 6-2.
Hank Saner ani, Ray JKatt had
ttto bits each for the Cardi Cardinals,
nals, Cardinals, who handed the Pirates
their seventh straight defeat.
Mmile Mays doubled home
Dta Mueller in the 11th inning
to give the New York Giants a
r j ..i...- ..... V. i PVilnonrt
Cbs and move them to within
ajhaif game of sevetnh place.
Mueller had four hits to lead the
Giants' attack while Gene Ba Baker
ker Baker collected three hits for the
The New York Yankees re retained
tained retained their eight-game Ameri American
can American League lead when they de defeated
feated defeated the Chicago White Sox,
2-p, behind Johnny Kucks' four four-httter.
httter. four-httter. Gil McDongald homered
In; the sixth inning for the Yan Yankees'
kees' Yankees' first run and Mickey Man Mantle
tle Mantle doubled home their second
run in the eighth, it was the
17th win of the season for
Kucks.' Jack Harshman lost his
Vie Wert, back In the llne llne-t
t llne-t np after a 10-day absence, hit
I a two-run homer in the fifth
. Inning to give the Cleveland
Indians a 5-3 win over the
Boston Red Sox. George Strick Strickland
land Strickland hit a three-run homer
for the Indians aa Mike Gar Gar-'
' Gar-' da gained his first w"n of the
Jjar over a first division team.
om Brewer, a 16-game win winner,
ner, winner, suffered his seventh de-,feal
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Bobby Shantz won his second
game of the year and his first
since 'April 19 when the Kansas
City Athletics whipped ,, the
Washington Senators, 8-4. Lou
Skizas hit a pair of two-run
homers and Harrv Simpson ai
so homered for the Athletics,
who snapped Pedro Ramos'
eight-game winning streak.
Billy Hoeft won his 15th game
as the Detroit Tigers beat ; the
Baltimore Orioles, 4-1, with
thre ninth-inning runs. Bill
Turtle's nlnth-lnnlng homer
broke ud a 11 duel between
Hoeft and Connie Johnson.
YESTERDAY'S STAR Duke
Snider, who knocked in four
runs as the Dodgers beat the
Redlegs, 6-4.'.' :-
NEW YORK, Aug. 25 (UP)
Mickey Mantle must step np
his season pace to- one home
tun for every six official trips
to the plate for the Yankees'
remaining 31 games If he is to
top Babe Ruth's mark of 60.
. Mickey has averaged a hom homer
er homer every 10 Jl official at bats in
the 119 games he has played
so far this year.
Mantle averages 3.5 ofrciais
at bats a game and the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees have 31 games left to
play. He hag an "expectancy"
of 10S more official at bats by
the end of the campaign and
needs 18 homers to set a new
I Mantle went hosieries for
the ninth time in the last 10
games last night as the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees beat the White Sox, 2-0.
With 43 homers in 123 games,
he's four games ahead of
Ruth's record 1927 pace al although
though although he actually must step
up his production. t
21st In IL To Gain
Ground For tlV.P.
NEW YORK, Aug. 25
Burly Lynn Lovenguth won his
21st game last night and stepped
up his determined bit for another
major league trial as he pitched
Toronto to a 6-3 win over Havana.
The 32-year-old Tight hinder
held the Cufan Sugar Kings to
six hits;' notched his 21st complete
game, hit a home run and increas
ed his stature as one of the out
standing candidates for the Inter
national League's MVP award.
The Miami Marlins driving for
a higher play-off berth moved
into second place while defeating
Montreal, 7-1. A four hitter by Al
Cicotte gave Richmond a 3-2 win
over Rochester and Buffalo on Lou
Ortiz ninth-inning home run de
feated Columbus,, 2-1.
Both woods and Irons are made '.
of revolutionary new materials.
never absorb moisture
- never shrink
always maintain' their
(Based on 275 official at bats)
Player, Club g ab r h yet
Moon. st. l. us ra vo i .a
Aaron. Mil. 118 461 86 152 .330
Sc'dienst, N.Y. 96 353 43 111 .317
Musial St. L. 123 466 64 145 .311
ivirdon, Pitt. 124 447 SI 139 .311
Mantle.' N.Y. 119 43i 106 156 .359
Williams Bos. 103 293 50 102 .348
Kuenn. Det 113 449 69 147 .327
Maxwell, pet. 109 380 75 125 .327
Nieman, Bam. 99 aa su iw .m
Mantle, Yanks 43
Snider, Dodgers ........ 34
Kluszewskl, Redlegs .... 32
Robinson, Redlegs ....... 32
Adcock, Braves 32
' RUNS BAITED IN
Mantle, Yanks 110
Kaline, Tigers . u . . . 98
Simpson, Athletics ...... 91
Muslal, Cards ........... 90
Kluszewskl, Redlegs .... 87
' ; RUNS ( ,
Mantle, Yanks .106 ;
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 99
Snider, Dodgers . 90
Fox, White Sox 90 5
Aaron, Braves .; 86
HITS ' 1 ''
Fox, White Sox 158
Mantle, Yanks :, , ...... 156 s
Kaline, Tigers 153
Aaron, Braves 152
Kuenn, Tigers 147
' (Based on 12 Declslonsj
' 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
r' ii on iiwmh ii iiniiin. m mwiiwiii-im .." 'j
Cleveland Ab R H Po A
Carrasquel si .... 5 0 2 4 1
Woodling If 41,020
Wertz lb ........ 3 116 1
Ward lb ........ 10 0 10
Colavito rf ...... 3 0 0 2 0
Pope cf .......... 3 12 1 0
Busby cf 1 0 0 2 0
Rosen 3b 2 1 0 0 1
Avila 2b ......4.. 0 0 0 1 0
Hegan c 3 0 0 8 0
Strickland 2b-3b 3 M 1 0 4
Garcia p 3 0 0 0 2
Mossi p k...... ... 10 10 0
32 5 7 27 9
Boiling ss ;. 4 0 '0 5 1
Klaus 3b 4 12 0 4
WUliams If ...... 5 1' 2 2 0
d-Consolo 0 0 0 0 0
Vernon lb ., 5 82 7 .0
Jensen rf ,4 1 2 2 0
Piersall cf 4 0 1 2 0
Lepcio 2b ........ 3 0 0 1 3
White c 1 0 0 4 1
a-Goodman ...... 1 0 0 0 0
Daley c 1 0 0 4 0
Brewer p 2 0 10 1
b-Stephens 1 0 0 0 0
Port'jrfield p .... 0 0 0 0 0
c-Gernert 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 36 3 10 27 10
.-Grounded out for White In
6th.- ) , :
b-Flied out' for Brewer in fith
c-Struck out for Porterfield in
9th. is .. w
d-Ran lor Williams in 9th.
Score By Inninrs
Cleveland 030 020 0005
Boston 001 020 0003
SUMMARY RBI: Strickland
3, Vernon, Wertz 2, Klaus, pier
sall. Double: Jensen, Williams,
Vernon. Home runs: Strickland,
wertz, Kiaus. saennce: Strick Strickland.
land. Strickland. Double plays: Strickland
to carrasquel to Wertz. Left on
base: Cleveland 6 Boston 10.
Bases on balls by: Brewer 4, Gar Garcia
cia Garcia 5, Porterfield 2. S.O.: Brewer
4, Garcia 3, Porterfield 4, Mossi
4. Hits off: Brewer 8 in 6, Gar Garcia
cia Garcia 8 hi 7, Porterfield 1-3, Mossi
2 in 3. Runs ana earnea runs:
Brewer 5-5, Garcia 3-3., WP:
Garcia (10-11). LP: Brewer (16 (16-7).'.
7).'. (16-7).'. ReultHe
21 (Black Uti
. Crip Table
Open N!htly Iron Jl
l:H .m. I
Joe Brown Agree s To Give
Bud Smith Return Title Shot
PLAY BALL! At Camp Lighthouse in Waretown, NJf., A
csmpers enjoy a variation of the national pastime. There's
one difference: these campers, above, are blind. Sports and
games normally enjoyed are shared here by the sightless as :
part of their summer program at Lighthouse. -,"-'
20 Service Boxers Seeking
Panama ;-Area Titles Tonight
Twenty fighters, including three
defending champions, will face the
"moment of truth- tonight in the
final matches of the Panama area
Armed Forces boxing .champion
ships. Competition in ten weight
classes is siateq to start at 7: 3t in
Hangar No. 8, 'Albrook Air Force
Base. "' ;
Fort Kobbe will defend Its team
laurels with- five men in five
weight divisions, Fort Clayton willi
nem seven, Army Auantia live ana
Albrook three. : t r
in contrast to last years cam
when four titles were decided be-!
tween teammates,! only one- match
on tomorrow s slate, is sewed up,
team-wise: the heavy weignt en
counter between Army Atlantic's
George Pratt and Del Byrd.
Expected to highlight the or or-ganiiid
ganiiid or-ganiiid may ham are two top-,
flight tussles in the light--mkiv
lewkight divisions where veteran
protagonists of the manly art will
Defending PAAF and Caribbean
Command champ Jim Williams of
Albrook meets Frank walden oil
Kobbe in the lighter class while
Clayton's stylish middleweight Lou
le Long, also a local and com command
mand command crownholder, takes on Army
Atlantic s Tom Hersney, the 1952 1952-'53
'53 1952-'53 Michigan Golden Gloves champ
Williams was, disappointing in
his only fight this year, dropping
a middleweight decision to Hers.
hey, but the Detroit sluggers rec
ord speaks, for itself:; two Motor
City crowns, two years the Air
Force's southeast district champion
and last year the Air Force-wide
runner-up, losing in the finale to
Pan American Games titust Paul
Wright In last year's action, Wil
liams won all but one of his lights
via the KO or TKO route and was
the spark in the rally that carried
the Panama Area boxers past the
Antilles team in tne Command Hn
Nashville's Frank Walden, anoth
er returnee from last year's wars,
has. three years of amateur fisticuf
fing to back up his bid for the
crown. In two fights this season.
he KO'd Everett Warford and then
TKO'd Willie Harris for the Kobbe
Louie Long faces perhaps his
toughest test in Detroiter Hershey,
who brings a 3-0 irecord into the
ring, including a TKO over stable-
mate Ulvsses Paul, the decision
over Williams and a split nod ov
er Kobbe s Bob Thompson in
the quarterfinals. Long, a native
Chicagoan, made bis season de
but two weeks ago in the semis,
taking a unanimous decision from
Kobhe's Clarence James. He's a
veteran of more' than two dozen
the ORIGINAL W1NDPR00F LIGHTER rJ
In the bantamweight class.' cb 3
sy Raul Calderon of Clayton, two two-time
time two-time PAAF and the '54 Command
champ, trades leather with Kobbe'
Eli Castro-Diaz. Calderon. from
New York City, has 26 fights be-
mna mm. This will be his first ap appearance
pearance appearance of the year. Castro Diaz
iKO'd teammate Gary Pettis in
uie iiyweignt. division two months
ago and was unchallenged for the
post .championship.. The Rio Pie-,
aras, K. fighter is in his first
year of boxing.. t. ,
Lieht heavyweight Boh Caatoo
of Albrook brings two Command
championships and a wealth nf av.
vy into his fray with Nat Preston of I
Clayton. Ironically, George haslet
w ww a rAA uue. t
In 1954 he dropped a disputed
heavyweight decision to ,1 Kobbe's
Bill Byrd. But Byrd suffered an in
jury and George subbed in, the
Command match, scoring a solid j
memorable win over towering Her
bert Hope of the Islanders despite
a 2iv-pouna disadvantage. : ;
,v In 155 it happened all ever a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. Byrd again squeaked past
the Flyer contestant in the heavy
division but George then replac replaced
ed replaced ailing light heavyweight Ed Eddie
die Eddie Sutton of Kobbe for the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean finale and gained, a unani.
mous verdict over. Losey's WW-
The former Golden Glover from
Lakewood, N. J., has scored two
KO's in his two appearances this
year; one over uei Byra of Army
Atlantic and one Over George Ton Ton-ey
ey Ton-ey of Clayton in the semi-finals. In
1954 he won the SE District laurels
and lost in the all-AF tourney to
jonn aiewan, me eventual winner.
He won the AF crown in 1951.
v Preston, from Houston. Tex., has
won two fights this year, TOKO TOKO-ing
ing TOKO-ing Kobbe's Rudy Lester to the
quarter-finals and decisioning Al-
kntAV. DA.... 1 H .i i
u.wn TTiacinaa in me
Terrell" Jones of Albrook" takes
on Clayton's Bill Ghosten in the
welterweight scuffle. Jones, a na native,
tive, native, of New Orleans, scored an
exhausting KO over Jimmy Nor Nor-ris
ris Nor-ris of Kobbe to gain the finals.
Previouslyhe decisioned Amador's
Bob Haggerman and TKO'd Kob-
oes Bob Johnson m the quartet
nnais. unosien, of AmariUo, Tex
KO'd Kobbe's Abel Mendoza in a
light middleweight encounter and
in tne semis decisioned Hagger Haggerman.
man. Haggerman. ;
Heavyweight stablemates Del
Byrd and George Pratt are both
veterans of the. '55 campaign. Byrd
will give away some 13 pounds
and considerable height to Pratt,
a r aai- -semi-nnaiist last vear
lne scrappy contender from El-
Iroy, Ariz., has won three fights
a No one has
i a cent for'.
COMPANY, BRADFORD, PA.
' By JACK CUDDY
NEW ORLEANS. 'Aug. 25 (UP)
Promoters J. T. Owen and
Bonnie Gelgerman started neg
otiatlons today : lor a return
lightweight title fight In Octo October
ber October -between newly, crowned
champion Joey Brown and Wal Wallace
lace Wallace (Bud) Smith at the audi auditorium
torium auditorium here.
Brown last nlght.won the 135-
pound crown on a split decision
after flooring Bud twice.
Joey, registering his seventh
straight victory, proved that his
non-title decision over Smith at
Houston, Tex., May 2 was no
Brown; 30-years-old and
weighing; 133 pounds, was will willing
ing willing to five the 13414-pound
Bud a return shot at the title'
In October if his right hand is
ready by then, although no
return bout contract was spe specifically
cifically specifically written into the a a-greement.
greement. a-greement. f f
The new champion had X-ravs
at Touro Biflrmary today Ho see
whether the hand was fractur
ed. He said he hurt his right
mitt in wq second round.
At the hospital. Dr. L. T. Tav-
ler .sald X-rays disclosed a frac fracture
ture fracture of a small bone near the
wrist in the right hand and that
it apparently would keen the
champion out of action for about
He also suffered a three-stitch
gash over his left brow.
Smith, who received 40 ner
cent of the net gate receipts and
TV-radio fee of $40,000, was ap approximately
proximately approximately $29,758 jlcher.
Brown, as challenger, rot on
ly 20 per cent of the net gate,
ana wf TV money annroxi-
LoslhgHhe title im his sennnrt
defense. Smith was saved hv the
bell at the end of the 14th round
after two knockdowns; hut he
Insisted today, "I was Just shook
up a bit.;,
Last night's defeat was his
fourth straight In' 1956. He had
been outpointed by .". Larry
BoarJman.-knocked 3. out by
t y DeMarco, and outpointed
by Brown to the Houston
.... i, C ; f
.It was '-a slg-zag light:, in
which- 'Smith advanced 'con 'constantly
stantly 'constantly with a flat-footed shuf shuffle,
fle, shuffle, but was baffled often by
rewn'i hit and. run,, and clrele-..nd-sidestep
Brown, favored at fight time
2-1, landed the greater number
Of long-range left Jabs and also
landed the harder left hooks
and straight Jabs. Joey shook up
Bud In the first, second and
seventh and had him on the
canvas twice in the 14th. A
combination left-right to the
chin that dropped Bud to bis
knees for a count of eight and
then a barrage smashed hint to
his haunches for a count of six
just as the bell rang in the Uh.
Whether Smith would have
been able to rise to his feet and
carry on was questionable.
this season, scoring decisions' ov over
er over teammates Ed Bringas and Sy
Riggins and Clayton's looming
Sam Williams in the semis.- He
was KO d last month by Albrook's
Pratt from Syracuse, N. Y.,
sports a perfect record including
unanimous verdict over cohort
Charlie Tate and two split nods
over Kobbe's Ken Young, the
second in the semifinals. ,
Another semi-finalist from 1955
Nat Leonard of Kobbe. will 10 a:
gainst Army Atlantic's Wally WiFl
xerson in tne iientweisht class.
Chicngoan Leonard has been fight
ing ror rwo years and has two wins
under his belt this season, includ including
ing including a light welterweight decision
over Abel Mendoza and a verdict
over Clayton's Hal Combs two
weeks ago. Wilderson, a New York
er, TO'd. Kobbe's Vernon Hill in
the semis to even his season re record
cord record at 2-2.
In a light welter clash, Clayton's
hard-punching Wendell Keene faces
Kobbe's Abel Mendoza. The Har Har-risburg.
risburg. Har-risburg. 111'.. Cavalier convincing
ly KO'd Atlantic's Ron Adams to
advance to the finals while Den.
ver's Mendoza decisioned Scipio
Brown of Atlantic in the semis af
ter two losses. ..-' ...
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
" 1 11 1 11
- TODAX'S OVMKS
Philadelphia at Milwaukee
r Brooklyn at Cincinnati .,
Pittsburgh at St. Louis
New York at Chicago
Philadelphia 000 000 0011 5
Milwaukee 012 001 20x 6 12
Roberts (14-15). Pillette.
Miller and Seminick.
Spahn (15-9) and Rice.
Brooklyn 103 020 0006 16 0
Cincinnati 002 002 0004 12 1 1
Maglie (7-4), Bessent and
I Jansen (2-1), Black, Freeman,
Lawrence and Bailey.
(Night 'Game) 1
Pittsburgh 001 010 0002 6 i 2
at. Louis 200 200 llx 6 g, 1
Waters (2-2) and Foilcs.
Dickson (11-9) and Katt.
New York 001 030,000 015 t
cnicago luo 001 101 004 8 1
Gomes, McCall. Wilhelm (U
7), Littlefield and Sarni.
Kaiser, ValentinettL Town.
Hughes, Meyer (1-6) and Lan Lan-drlth.
drlth. Lan-drlth. . V.
5 ComniEnd Soldiers
Win In Army Pistol
And RiHo Shcofaff
Five awards have been won an
far by four USARCAHIB shoot
ers in the National pistol Cham-
pionsnips r according to reports
received from USARCARIB pis-
mh team capiam Kaymond Du Du-pere
pere Du-pere at Camp perry, Ohio, the
site of the matches.
' The award winners, all from
the 20th Inf. Regt. at Fort
Kobbe, are Sgt. Emil Heugat Heugat-ter
ter Heugat-ter of "M Co, M-Sgt. Gerald
Stockman and Sgt. Thomas
Smith of Tank Co. and Sp3
Clell Wiggins of Ho and Ho Co.
.Sgt. Heugatter, a double win win-petitors
petitors win-petitors in the rapid fire match,
ner, placed sixth out of 397 com-
scoring 197 points out of a pos possible
sible possible 200, and won 22nd nlace
out pf 412 shooters in the gruel-
uuk nauunai Match, course
In the timed fire mutch. M-
Sgt Stockman, who was the top
individual winner In the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean command matches held
last May, placed 35th out of 408
In centerfire matches fina
-Wiggins won 21st place out of
oi snuoiers in tne timed fire
event and Sgt. Smith placed
42nd out of 412 in the rapid fire
- All awards were won in the ex expert
pert expert class.
In Thursday's final competi competition
tion competition for the National pistol
championship, M-Sgt. H u elet
(Joe) Benner emerged trium-;
phant for the fifth time, scoring
z,Biu points out of a possible 2,.
uu. ine Army maoe a
. BOXERS SEEK GOGART
As the result of his fight manager role In "THE HARD HARDER
ER HARDER THEY FALL," now at the LUX, star Humphrey Bogart
is receiving letters from ambitious boxers around the world
offering the actor, real-life manager deals. Bogart who
blasts crooked boxing In the film, which Co-stars Rod Stelffr
has declined all offers. "THE HARDER THEY FALL" OPENS
ON WEDNESDAY 29 AT THE LUX.
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I Pat C3
53 551 114
SS Mi Wi
63 .479 20
66. .450 234
69 .420 27 ...
80 .333 37
ew York i 59
. (; 65
PI; TODAY'S GAMES
1 Chcago at New York-
Cleveland at Boston
Detroit at Baltimore
Kansas City at Washington
vi t?S"RUAlf'S RESULTS
Chicago u 000 000 0008 4
New York 000 001 fllx s 1 a
Harshman (ifl.nV wiim.
Kucks (17-7) and Berra.
Cleveland 030 620 000 5 7
Boston 001 020 onn-iL.1 ia
Garcia (10-11), Mossi and He Hegan.
gan. Hegan. Brewer (16-7), Porterfield and
(Night Game)- (
Detroit 000 000 01.11 la
Baltimore 000 000 010 1 s a.
Hoeft (15-11) and Wilsons
jonnson (6-8), MarUn
(Nlrht r,ir,, ;
Kansas Cltv .211 020 bulLi is ; t
Washington 010 030 COO-I4 8 : 1 f
ivreuow, Shants (2-5) and
am'th. . ,
Ordajsce, MPs Win;
2KS Lc:di Army'i
The 219th Ordnance Company
continued it's winning ways, with
a 46-35 victory over the 549th MP
company, Friday night at Ft. Dav Davis
is Davis eym:
The 549th' MP's"sbsorbed its
second straight defeat when JW
TC ecked out a 40-39 victory.
Jt?.,wo tns were deadlock'
d 39-39 with two tends remain-'
ing to play when iarl Buser was
awarded a personal foul. Bustr
miiaed the first shot, but 'drop 'dropped
ped 'dropped the second free "thr e w
through the hoop for the margin
Buftrd Ezeli paced 'the 219th,
garnering 12 points, while Henry'
Terangano dumped in 14 markers
for the losers.
The 219th continued to show
their heels to the rest of the'teams
in the Atlantic area unit basket-
ball league, with a perfect 6-0 rec- 1
ord, while JWTO with a '5-1 re re-cord
cord re-cord continued to breathe down
the leader's neck. , 1
Battery "A" 764th AAA ', holds
third place with 3 wins and as ma
ny fosses. The 549th and Head
quarters company 764th AAA have
2 wins and 4 losses each. .-
sweep of the first three places,
with 1st Lt David Miller of the
All-Army team firing alotal of
2,600 points for second place and
Maj. Ben Curtis, also of the All-
Army team, winning third plact
with an aggregate, of 2,592.
: The two top scores marked tht
fourth time that the magic 2,-
600 figure has been broken, in
the National championships.
Benner has broken It twice; 1
pancer; Wonderful Shortstop SchosndiensE
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With Brooks In Tight Race
NEW YORK (NEA) It took
th niant fnur vpaM. hut thev fi
nally got Diryl Spencer where he
belongs at shortstop.
Spencer establishing himself at
lha mutt inoortant DOsit;01l In the
game and young Jackie Brandt's
ri.veloDment as a hitter and out-
,.Mtr .tllv rnnM h the redeem
ing features of an otherwise dew- YORK (NEA) The have-
late season tor we roio uiumm- not, ana!yr.uc the naves m uie
vrs. excitinc National League race ar-
Snanrpl If a Ktrikinf UlUSiraion riv.H at tha niirlii.inn thut thn
of a star at a key post being: Dodgers must do it with their class
vearly ri'imd by miscasting
ly HARRY GRAYSON
Ynu eel the full impart of this
4. lu; a in 3 aA SMinandift ist.
"Whfre has mis leuow oeenr
..ir. Gn..firtiint:T nno of the &U
i. ..i.i drnlM WhV.
he's a wonderful shortstop we
Marty Marlon type. He manes au
the play, has the necesswy quick
Tn till nrtvlnm IMXnn II 't NV
.J h..n t.rnnd and third base
CU MUTVVII --
K.r.no atviit Dark reiused to
, UVWBU-V .... I
.hA ar nthnim AC seconu
t a.wov with t.hl.t OMlUSe
he "Was ihe New York club's big
' it mm ahviaui that no one bad
I either sufficient authority or
gumption to order mm to move o-
ver. Despite ine iukv mi
ton Braves won a pennani ra w
Giants two with Dark at shortstop,
h. hiah.uiaiKt.ed man from the
t v.9vmi did not possess
the real good arm required ut a
job eaiung ior muic im;
than any omer
"If It comes down to the last two
nr thro sump wrier lh Brooks
have to win them to taxe it au,:
says BoDDy tsragan ox uie riraies
"ThA will !' ; :
"The Braves and Beds are not
equipped to be resourceiui, aay
the old nros in the five-club sec
nm! division of the NL. "The
i Braves haven't enough guys who
can executive ine n ana run
That's why- Fred Haney started
them hnntmff. whirh amazed them
as much as it did old-lina 'base
Rill Bruton I the .onlv Mil
waukee player with outstanding
soeed. Danny X) Connell has some
and the necessary daring to go
with it hut trie HnhnVen Horror is
a nothing-much ballplayer. He pets
an & tor euorx, out. not too mucn
'Seeing Bob Feller In tlo rtt.' pJZ?.
ii bounding tick fast from recent heart attac.
,L -s ... I... j v .H.rt hart stooDed over
had havseed written all over him. ; .
"r1srh had never1 heard of Feller. Not many others td,
MeM t MW:. Why don't
fowwltoflM noggin-hit thV dugout celling when
he was told:
.... ..... iu. i.im TTa'a a rieanut vendor.'
"On, ne irai even uu.u twm.
w--i-iMii hi. hannened to be true. Ihe Indians rights
t FellerVierVicia weri being questioned by minor eague
cU at the tofind the boy pitcher wa actually working in
the concession department.
. That '.was .0 summers ago. Today Feller la one of the
gu elder statesmen, and the players' most "tku nd
giiuic Hth f.ih nwners. ; Yesterday he
plajed IB m22?ZZ il'Ki "Hi from
set a paiiern ior u n' -
networks ior ibqio uu
, .... .."T. . .
if Vie had noted any
I naq asKea tne ucv ,ft -on ln o3o
XrhSverS faXInoTgh to throw the ball past
big league, hitters. ( ""
': "Of course, .o toflfld & wl J- iPnV
he said. "On the neiQ, "T?,.."?!,: te
emphasis on renei pwcnuiR, u w..
den7trFSm8g that ffsa,SwS e
-largea the sphere of opportunity for the relief pitcher, but
m I kZw i tired quicker under the lights than I did pltci pltci-inir
inir pltci-inir rtavWme ball even when I was younger, and I must assume
t thenS. eVttog and s eplng Sutto'-The truth Is. a
outhf. ffSyS?whS with night games twilight double double-eX
eX double-eX and day games. The result has got to be a loss to
stamina and spirit."
; Felle, fids that baseball Is loslng a .1 .Wo?
tit. star, oecause --.77,-,- hltch. t
IMS anmd Turn-other 'wi rges and living
ron-dition are decent. Ana n cu ui-o ...
The agina fireballer declined to De drawn into a discussion
. AUB. itr. i.u.- t -io in the American League te
as to wnevner wie ta" vi ---- - ?
Sav or is not, Inferior to the standards of 10 or 15 years
flay v, vi w h.ai. thenr of nlfttoon-
ffo He qIq conceae, iiuwcn, uia j --
f 1Bv. rr.r l . tn other words, a man
iger never takes a genuine bis leaguer out of the line up sim
ply for the sane 01 piaioonuis.
Milwaukee mutt overpower the
other nide with' nitchinir and hit
ting. It has been throughly dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated that Henry Aaron and
Joe Adcock can 'kill the opposi
tion single-handedly, with young
Hank the more consistent.
Tt wit tionifirant that when Air
on's hitting fell off more recently,
the Brave didn't eYirtlv run a-
way and hide while getting plenty
of encouragement from the Brooks
to do just that. This despite the
fact that tney got two tremendous
victories within two weeks from
each of their two Ditching recruits.
ravior rniuiDS ana boo iruw
"The Reds are even more soreiy
handicapped in a knock-'em-down
and drae-em-out light to tne nn
ish than the Braves." say the
nidee headt with the have-nots.
"They haven't nearly as much
pitching, and while they possess
more power, they strike out more
than the Braves, who strike out
1 B...kiu i.n't hitting nearhr at! Carl Furillo and Duke Snider,
much as it was expected to. Tool Bandy Jackson and Gil Hodges
many of the Brooks are not far are hardly slowpokes and on the
from the -. old man category iu bench are uiariey neat ana unco
Kui- Lew Bardetts
HANDCUF" KING Lew Bur.
dette is star of a deep Milwau
kaa jaithlna ataff The rtnhi
- - m - m-
UmnAH tkntuia aa dapantlvalw thaft
the eppesitien suspects he leads
They have a bulging advantage
in the schedule and spending most
of September in the bandbox that
Knbets Held, say the older
By BEANS RKARDON
, 24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION Would vou please
clarify the rule covering the In
tentional dropping 01 a ny nau Dy
a fielder? Pnrtnffiiese American
Club of Pawtucket, R. I.
Answer: Rule covers
It. With lets than two eut and a
man mr man an the batef. a
fielder Intienalty drops a line
drive air flv. Ha doal n. IB ma
ny cases, to set up a force play,
en a apeeoy DIU-runnr wnn
the batter it net fast. The batter
is automatically eut." The run runners
ners runners de net have te advance.
However, this rule does net eev eev-er
er eev-er a foul ball. But umpires have
a way of handling this. For ex example,
ample, example, runner starts for tec
end base. The batter twingt and
foul tlpt It. Tw catcher deliber.
ately drops it. The runner
make tecend. The umpire inva inva-riably
riably inva-riably will allow the runner te
stay at tecond and the ball will
be a ttrike against the batter.
(J. The bitter lines a pitch down
the third base line. It strikes the
front of the bag and kicks back
t... the niate and into foul ter
ritory. What is the call? Ray
mond Brum. ;
A. It It a fair ball and in play.
Miami . 1
players with the have-nots. Miami 101110 210-7 U 0
"The Dodgers have men who! Montreal 000 001 0001 7 5
. .1, 11.. I ... rfU ....I . ii 1 n.lt.H, rAla 1 1
cau exevmc au ine lucyi f'arreil a"U nuituii, vvjh .....
have guys who can steal and takeiuen (t)t white (8) and Rose-
.vtr. h.c. hlntu. lilra tunlnr . v n.1. UD Mnvalr
Gilliam, Reese, Jackie Robinson,
which Tom Sheehan of the Giants
put them. As Pee Wee Reese ad admits,
mits, admits, the Superbas must depend
more en pitching than they have
since the bulk of tne present edi
tion first came arouna.
"Rut the Dodcers keen the de
fense under pressure at all times.
Daryl Spencer' '
Dark hurt the other side more
on the attack than the defense.
Fuaii when t.ha ftianta went intn
the protracted tailspin that led to
uarx being iraaea to tne carai
nals, Spencer did not get his long
; i .t .
awaited oppoiuniiy at snonswjp
Fddie Rressonrt was broUBht .UD
from Minneapolis instead. Spen
cer continued smutting oetween
second and third until the brass
was satisfied that Bressoud would
not hit or field well enougn.
ti an iiurinff tni roeii mil
. o t
Jii.nrasel Sneneer lain he had
given up aU idea of ever playing
Thia i thj jme Snender. Who
fnm veara in the irinors. had
Al. J .. ...
never played any other position
than shortstop, mis is ine same
whnm Tart Huhbell hSS
insisted wouia oe K'c. .
shortstop since he plucked him off
f llf -A aUa Olaaiai
the Fauw vtueyviuD m wv
. a T laa 1 DJO
D Sooner aiate lcskub ui
Fernandez, the latter one of
"The raves nave tne pucninz
IA nin a Irnncknnt winninff utretk.
but they had better get a move on. i Columbus
"The old Brooklyn pros wui gt. ou""
lo'nPher the nearer thev set to the I Kuzava,
cashier's window." ?
. .. A Ann A. A AAA. A
Kicnmona uuuui vuu
Rochester 000 100 1002 4 1
Clcotte and Neeman; eiay eiay-lock.
lock. eiay-lock. wrieht (8). Deal (8) and
Green. LP; Blaylock.
SAVE STROKE S
BACK NEXT YEAR
' ii a ih.i vanVc in reeent. weeks have been trV'
lng to give the lead away but none of the alleged contenders
aDDeared to want it, a circumstance wiui; wuuiu ov..B.,
frKZ-ir? .V.1V. 'in. .inoie .tandmit team in the leaeue.
r.r':..w.. i .hn,it that." Feiier an d. "i can t denv.
though, that the Yanks have itfl the door open a. couple of
times. We dropped six in a row and yet in the standings we
Feller rememnerea one otner particular m cn
had changed since his teen-age debut. . "There aren't as many
ower hitters around. Fellews like Foxx, Greenberg, DiMag gio,
fcimmons, Bonura, Dickey, York, and poor Leu Gehrig still had
i couple of big years left. Most of the muscle teems to be
shifting to the other league. I guess this sort of thing runs in
cycles, and there is no sensible way to explain it.
Herb Score came up from Indianapolis last season, led the
league in strikeouts with 245 and was hailed in Cleveland and
elsewhere as "another Bob Feller." This season the left-hander
has been effective without being spectacular. ; ;
"Don't sell him short," warned Feller. "He really got It.
He needs to tighten his control a bit and he can use more
stamina for the late Innings, but otherwise he's as good as they
Was this to be Feller's last stason?
"Not If I can help it," he a!d. "I've still got some unfinish unfinished
ed unfinished business to attend to."
Feller h3 pitched three no hitters; he'd like to make it
fmr. And hr's never won a World series game. -This,-1 take
It, Is tis '"usliaiched business." :
Canear rMrtd tO the PhoenlX
base in the spring of 1953 after a
fine year with Minneapolis and la
beled the minor league ,piayer
most likely to succeea. ueo
rocher went into ecstasies about
him. Tom Sheehan and D u t c h
Ruether said that if he missed,
there was no sense in scouts look-
Minn ItaBDIlsl n IVRI'a. 1
But uars. was- "'-"
character and wound up beingas
confused as Spencer with the
Giants in the second division. The
same situation existed when Spen-
. returned from two years in
the armed forces.
t nu1: hm airaificant tLt the
ll vvum o
Giants won five games out of sev-
Mir. at inren 1111111 uie
en, i" ;
Dodgers, when necess ty forced the
initiation oi aaryi ovvum mi
The Wg Wichita lad could play
a vital i art in ine resiorauun oi
Red Schoendienst believes he
farl Hubbeu Knew i au ut
By HORTON SMITH -Written
for NEA Service ;
. ft w f 'I' H
IF you believe you can putt well,
Keen your eyes direcuy over
the ball." -"-v'-
Check ue contours, determine
Learn to read the grain of the
Hit over a 'spot a few inches ln
front of the ball.
stmke for distance even above
-(fair VAII1 time.
Par on most courses u 72 no
exactly half of the that number of
.4Miea nn nilttll.
Six u&co v" r-
There art ehdiess vanarwu
putting imps and stances. And it
is a poor idea to copy someone
else's methods, because they may
not fit you. The principal iae
- ha relaxed and comfortable
when you address the balL
000 000 001 1 4 0
100 000 001-2 8 0
Wooldrldee (81 and
Noble: Donovan and Sherry. LP:
Wooldrldge. HRs: OrUz, Downs.
. JAIL ART ..
Mt; M.F.ASANT. Mirh. fUP)
i- The art on a Jailhouse wall can
la iiahtrf crrlm hilt- at Mount
DC i'lS'V L a -a.
Pleasant jail they could put the
cell wails tin exnicmon. using omj
a pencil, prisoner Frank Shawano,
a Chippewa Indian, completed de detailed,
tailed, detailed, shaded drawings of a tiger,
mountain lion and bear in three
i...i,i "T've aeen nictlires of ani-
malt on posters," Shawano
explained. "Drawing is my pas pastime."
time." pastime." :
BALANCED Horton Smith's
Havana 010 000 2003 8
Tnrnntn A1 (1 0.30. 10x S 10
Minarcin and Dotterer; Loven Loven-guth
guth Loven-guth and Sawatskl.
Four Hoosiers On
BT.nnVTNf.TON. Ind. fNEA)-
With three athletes Qualified. In
diana university wui oe maxmg
one of the largest contritubtions of
any institution to the United States
If you want to stretcn a point,
you can credit tne Hoosiers wnn
a fourth Olympian. Awaiting to
enplane for Melbourne this fall are
Bill Woolsey and Sonny Tanabe,
swimmers, and Greg Bell, broad
jumper. Woolsev will contena ior
three gold medals the 100 and
400 meter and the 800-meter re
lay- . ..
The fourth Hoosier is mui vamp vamp-bell,
bell, vamp-bell, the decathlon performer who
will compete in Navy colors. He
starred in track and football be
fore enlisting in the Mvy last January.
today Encanto J5 .20
John Derek ln
"AN ANNAPOLIS STORY"
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-f I'vaajaav UHiqiltVli JUOV all
shade to the left side. The hands!
are in close and the bail is prayed
just index the left toe. I
If the ball Is played too far'
from the feet, you lose control and
a Hl Mati
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Today IDEAL .20
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' Also: .-
Randolph Scott in
t -"RAGE AT DAWN"
have you heard
piano bass and drum
to entertain the late crowd
every Friday and Saturday
mldnlte to 4:30 a.m. in the
air-conditioned Balboa Bar.
(Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30
George also plays the piano
. 10 p.m. 2 a.m. Sun., Tues.. Wed
. Thurs Jasal.la-ter-na
Th3 Pctcilic Slesni llavlgilisn Company
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FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
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S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" 2025 Tons
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"JUNIOR" t. Sept 24
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
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Returning from Los Algeles S278.8I
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THEY'RE ALL CHEERING FOR IKE This wai the scene at the Republican National Convention in the Cow Palace after
Rep. Charles Halleck llnlshed lus nominating speech. The convention unanimously re-nQmlnated President Eisenhower.
DEWEY ADDRESSES CONVENTION Former New York gov
ernor Thomas Dewey waves as he prepares to address the
Republican National Convention.- Dewey received Jhree Jhree-V'
V' Jhree-V' minute ovation when he was introduced. i.'
Red Cross Begins
First Aid Course
On September 10
. Beginninj Sept 10 The Red
Cro'ns is going tit conduct a stan standard
dard standard Red Cross first aid course
nf all h 1iHii nH mill nrt
' female 1 dependents over 18 years
' female dependents over 18 years
, The classes are going to be lield
on Monday," Wednesday 'and Fri Friday
day Friday mornings, from 8:30 to 11 at
the old Red Cross building next
ti ihm Otiarr Hpicrhtc Tkinnc.
- ry). The Course will consist of 22 j 1
hour of instruction which will be'
taugm oy sirs, wnanoue a. Ken Kennedy.
. ? All those wishing to become part
1 of the class should enroll for these
classes prior to Sept. 3 by phoning
Fort Amador, Post Operations,
HOOVEIt ADDRESSES CONVENTION-Rep. ShwUn'of
Massachusetts raises he hand of former President Herbert
iicr Mic j&ner epoKo 10 aeiegatei at the
Republican National! Convention,
' Those dependents who have com completed
pleted completed a first aid course but de desire
sire desire to attend this Hew course be being
ing being offered may do -so., They
should also call 82-4136.
7eather Or Not
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- ar4 fcy the Mitterelofical
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PANAMA, R. SATURDAY, AUGUST t5, 1956 iFIVTtrFVTa"
Af ovo Search
From the company commandinB,in.nol.unce1.todaJ: h had called off
"icer 10 the freshest soldier in .J" "use a m ,e rch 'on8
Tyo Commanders Disagres
TAIPET. Fnrmno IX (tin
Vice Adm. Stuart H; Ingersoll,
wiuuiauaer oi yie U.S. 7th Fleet
iney pegan the proving last
Saturday-two days after th 21-
month old son of a career soldier
uiuciiir lnmrM htm.a f
Th,,boy;. 6or Hospital
w, is still en the serieuely ill
Shortly if W th M;j.f
. -t 5 T es-vv ucuo, vap-
lain INed R. Ash htran vieifin it..
parents-Sp3 and Mrs. Russell D.
uuuiauo hi me hospital. Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning tha nmn. ..
mander noted that the Robinsons fun 1-C Albert P; Mattin of Delta
. iiu u. j ii Tmm v.. uiD in 1 1 v inn niinu.Mui
' and sea search along
D SI Of .-KM I hln. fn Ih. IE
U aw, vic m
. a. airmen shot down by the
vuuimunisis earjy Thursday,'
one one body of the 16 fliers
An artnounetmtnf .tt Ing er
soU's headejuartert said the 36 36-hour
hour 36-hour Search- amUd ". .n
possibility of locating survivors
Th vira arimiral .J i
ships and aircraft takina oart
the search only a. short distance
uu me coasi of Hprf rhin. i.
turn to their normal Operations.
The body of electronic techni
It took Only a corridor rnnfor.
enco wiw nurses and officials at
Gorgas to gain permission ; f o r
utcuua lu an. w in iitti Mn n
KobinsotL Jr. Ash rturatwr in kiD
vuuiFany vu una most ot the 54
men Of his Qnortarm.il.. I-;-....
unit preparing- to go out on pass.
The-Captain explained to the
Saturday charge of qua r tors the
plight of the Robinsons, and
wont into lils office to make e
telephone call. When he return,
ed, the CQ had volunteered to
sit and watch the child, he had
posted a volunteer list en the bul bulletin
letin bulletin board, end was overseeing
the aigning of names. -,,
: -...A '(
iix.uj m mo posses, tjsed
were returned to the orderly room
t xnow, everyone in the company
vmii. vwo-nour watch start
intf nt ft n m itiMnck iin
(The day watch is taken by ladies
oi lob rirsi Hunrict f hnph f d.i
bOL Wha- alsn Vnllinla.AAi .U..
they heard of the cise.)
'Everyone Ash comments, "is
takftiff their turtwritrht
me and the exec (1st Lt Billy
Crass; to the lonctimers." e
The mpn intend ti ti
w L UltU
names on the Volunteer roster iAi
.til they are no longer needed.
In addition. Ash hie eivm Rnh.
inson (a cook for the nnit. n.
which is good anytime the man
needs or wants. .
The child ia rernverlnv. (mm
skull fracture and a cerebral con
cussion suffered when h tumhieri
front his bed, which was pushed
against a window of his Gamboa
home. He apparently leaned over
me siu ana leu thrnuvh thai im.
amoncr th 'm Ka.j l. j
---- '.u uf uuwueu
p.ue, was nown to Naha. Okina
jiu uinn in nitM
k. . Z yiuz t
uwuio use at. iwajuni, Japan,
A IN SVV Offiri rl i:-
raiis tioatmg amid wreckage
OOUt 100 miles niitho.f f CI
!h 2 kf0wed 1,0 evidenc that they
j 1 wsuuieq.. e said they
could have inflated automatically
Upon imoart with h. ...
pUne. V1" 01 0,8 -J fallin
In WachiniyfnM t.n.... ....
il i? i, 5 va !. Opera tions said the
search had not been called off and
said lt would be continued. There
was no, immediate explanation for
v...i t" i iweenme IWO
?AV? PN! MISSING. IN FAR EAST A Martin Mercatof
Stack' iKliea ZY "ent WtlSFbiCSS
attack 160 miles north of Formosa and 32 mUes off the
f ;,7,ft J
. -t ..;-;y U.'ty !l". :f f--yrv.i
f A nifASIVt TT... ..I S
in San Frc s o iS,lyttt smi,e durln their meeting
I abandoned ef d
Second Medic t!
Md For April; -Ssine
( Plans for the second Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Medical rnn vent. inn tn
I be held in Panama are now in
me executive stage ana details
are .being -. developed, said a
spokesman' for the Medical So Society
ciety Society of ; the Isthmian Canal
The convention whih 1 1at.
ed for April s. 4 and S of 1957, at
the Hotel El Panama will be
broad in its scone a,nrf will rnver
most of the specialities and sub subspecialties
specialties subspecialties of medicine.
The first Tnter.Amerlran
leal Convention, which was held
.a. 1 sua
nil me Hotel Ei panama in
March, 1954, was such a success
and stimulation tn thru attend.
ing that plans for subsequent
conventions or a like nature to
be held at v remilni. intorvnl
were made at that time. More
man 300 physicians registered
at the first convention. Amonr
these were nhvslria n frnm 1 1
countries from Central and
South America. i
Dr. I. V. Ravdin, Professor
of Surgery at the University
of Pennsylvania School of
Medicine was the keynote
speaker for the first conven convention.
tion. convention. Dr. Ravdin recently had
the distinction of assist ne in
the operation for Ileitis per performed
formed performed on President Dwight
D. Eisenhower. At the conven convention
tion convention here Dr. Ravdin spoke on
"Malignancies of the Large
The seconrf Tnu. i.riMn
Convention, like the fir.t u h.
mg sponsored by the Medical
Society of the Isthmian canal
Zone, with the support and co cooperation
operation cooperation Of the Knrtcrtarf fi.
NEWSMAP locates area (star)
where the' Navy, reported a
Martin Mercator patrol bomb bomber
er bomber down after, being under
THE PRESIDENT of Notre
Danje, Rev. Theodore M. Has-;
burg,. C.S.C. has arrived in
Panama today for a four-day
' visit. A world-known educator
and religious .leader, Rev.
Hasburg, at the age of 35. be became
came became president of the South
7-ny?.d-' U'wslty in 1952.
in addition, he was appointed
to 1954-to a six-year term on
the National Science Board.
Other posts: board member of
rjeedom Foundations, Board
of Visitors of the U.S. Naval
Academy, the Institute of In International
ternational International Educators, -' and
the Foundation for Religious
Action in the Social nd Civic
Order1. He received his doctor doctorate
ate doctorate in Theology at Catholic
University of America in 1945,
and has been at Notre Dame
, since. ;
Trips Io Russia
And DIIJd Rclcrn
' MOSCOW, Aug. 25 (UP) -Pan
American, World Airways signed s
workins aereement with th Sn.
viet airline Aeroflat yesterday that
wm permit passengers to book
throuuh flights between New York
ana moscoew. j .v,
The agreement will not per permit
mit permit Soviet planes to land In the
United Stares or American
pianos to land In Russia. In Instead,
stead, Instead, trans-shipment of pessen.
gers from one airline to the oth other
er other will take place at some inter intermediate
mediate intermediate point such es Prague or
Berlin. -. .. . v .,
'.Aeroflat alreadv h a I ni 1 1 r
transshipment .arrangements with
British European Airways, Air
France, Belgium's Sabena Airline
and the Finnish airline Finnair.
Icch:r Diss ll:re
Alkr Lcnj Illness
- Mrs. Lima Mary Violette died
last meht at inn t h
" - Jww Ht MM A UUI11VS Ul
Panama City after a long illness.
&ne was a kindergarten sssist-
Snt for the fanal 7nn. Cknu
and has been with the School's
aivision suce 1938. -
She wai' hnm In nu t
Maine and has hved on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus since 1920. She was 61 years
Mrs. Violette is survived by
her husband, Frank J. Violette
ef Panama City, a daughter
Mrs. Roy Sharp, of Panama Ci City
ty City and a son William Andrew of
Les Cumbres. (
Funeral serviVet will K. Lm .i
nw. w uuu L
10 a.m. MnnHav .f th.
Heart papel in Ancon, followed
oy ounai in Corozal Cemetary. i
Members of the family have1
asxea mat no flowers be sent.
Failure to return tn it, ...
Manrtf ne"ed W fine for
Manuel Alvarado. si-: p.m..
man. in Balhn ms:.ia,.. n
yesterday He. ws.rirmm i.:
ser sedan on Thatcher Highway.
Perlina M. R
namanlan, paid $10 for having n
operator's license, and Oscar Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Gotti 23, Panamanian, paid
the same fins fnr. th.
Hi... 7,uci vosia
Kican, was convicted of petty lar larceny.
ceny. larceny. She took a blouse vii, .f
$3.99 from Lillian tci.. n.....
au. Imposition of -sestence was
suspended for; one- year,, contin contingent
gent contingent on. her good behaviour,
Ernestov Murillo, 29,?. Panama Panama-nian,
nian, Panama-nian, was fined $5 tot failure to
have hig vehicle bisected, hut n..
ment was suspended.
Trespassers who were fined h
usual 410 included Edward Casta Casta-no,
no, Casta-no, Jr., .24. Panama
dolphus Samuels, 18, Panama-
man: Hodolfo Garcia. 21. Panama-
man, and Humberts Antnnin p
rras, a, Panamanian.
TODAY! 7Sr o
1:00, 3:00, 5:00,7:00, 9:(
5 Rebels To Dh
(UP) French authorities an
pounced yesterday the Algiers mil-!
rtnr tribunal has sentenced five
rebels to die for ambushing a
French patrol. I
Offiriata aM th .n,:...j
with shotguns and muskets, be-!
rongea to an insurgent group oper
u"i me uuaanias resion
STORY OF GAEY...
and the American boy.'
'.They had only 24 pours
V to live a lifetime! f
the Grand Kabvlie
souuieast of Algiers.
Frenrh nfficioi. .u
uiey had discovered a "large" am- i
mun'tion dump concealed in five
deen ernttna in tha r. t
seized the stores and blew up the i
Later they ran' into a
Scadinavian f; Airline. L.T.. m1ri
ni pi...:. j I giuup arm snoi ana Kill-
?ert in iU ome, "vices di- ed nine of them. Altogether, 34 re-
rect to MOSCOW.- i with Snviet'hol. '.
planes flying return services to: hours, lrmrri i
locWioini and Helsinki. I port,