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rtYEAa PANAMA, B. P. TUESDAY. APCLST M. 19X8
Murray Answers Criticism
Of Local-rate Union Efforts
5 V WASHNCTON, Aug. 28 (UP)-lA high official of the
American Federation ot Stat, county, and Municipal Em Em-ployes
ployes Em-ployes (AFL-CIO) laid today that his union's sfforts to
irrprove tht treaty position of ths Panamanian govern government
ment government would have a strange result if it harmed Panama
ni an workers. ',''. "",: ".:;.Y':'V-"'.?.
Milton Murray, administrative vice president of the
federation, returned to his onice nere today after a few
.days of vacation and was asked to comment on the pres present
ent present series of allegations in Panama, including a critipism
of, union organizers which was made recently by the Pan
amanian negotiators of the revised treaty with the United
States. 7 t
Murray said he was not fully a a-ware
ware a-ware of latest developments In Pa Pa-nidii
nidii Pa-nidii because of his absence
from; Washington, but he made
; !Wf supported the position of
the Fanamanian government in
tK VAnAtfAflatiAll nf th tmatT
with the United States so as to get
beer deal for the fanamanian
the peshien f th P.nmnin
tvtrnmnt at the, cett ef Hie
Murray Minted out thit th
commissary privileges, which are
scheduled to expire next Jan. a,
have been pirt of the compensa compensation
tion compensation of the Panamanian workers
in the Canal Zone.
He said that by losing those prl
i i i... l. I "J 1USUIK uiust
rr.v,m.nt .nn Hn .h hit tht v;ee worKers actually Will
. w pnulri fnr tii Incal-rate tOK-i w vul-
m in .the. Canal Zone.
"It weuld be a stnnjt result
- if we eentrftutesl te Improving
(nCZ Court f;
" 'y rtrivor sees Sm daily-
- f 0
This morning it was different
In Balboa Magistrate's Court,
Eugdnlo Calame, 29, Panama Panama-niant
niant Panama-niant wag. fined the sum of $1
for "unlawfully crossing a road roadway
way roadway hi an area where crosswalks
are marked at a point other
than in such cross walk." ..-
When fa. t.' Jens NUsen's vener venerable
able venerable Packard began b u m e i n g
wnen it ran over imiil nnt'hni
In the streets, vits owner decide
new set -; ot shock absorbers
would put it in shape,
.The- D!ibln pilot orfi s 'set
' -!"': f rtf' i
1 t I... y t: i I, tti i,t
stored them u ,:s garage.
Yesterday he drove package and
Packard over to the corral for in installation.
stallation. installation. "Let's be sure thevV th rii?it
size," said a foreman ''before we
disassemble the car."!''
Together they opened the pack packagefound
agefound packagefound a full four-wheel set
of snow chains.
' ReDlvlnr tn e rtnpctlrm that
arose lollowlng Gov.. YV. K. Pot Potter's
ter's Potter's address it Rulnhnw rit n
Sunday, a Balboa woiuhf. Mimu
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wjuay coniirmea earner plans for
erasing oi certain service
centers and commissaries.
Due to clOM arnnnrl th an4
oi uecemDer are the Pacific
Service Center, th Camp Bierd
ununissary ana tfle Tlvou Com Commissary.
It is expected that the 'Ancon
Commissary, the La Boca Com Commissary
missary Commissary and thi T. Rvo c.
Ice Center will also be discon
tinued wnen tne need lor them
no longer seems to exist.
D;!!3j CjIj I!3f8 ..'
Fra Red China v
fln Fk:3 Allitk t
WASHINGTON, Aug.; 28(UP) 28(UP)-Communist
Communist 28(UP)-Communist China was informed
the United State- that rmn
auacxea a plane in the eeneril
area and at the same time that
b American navy plane, was shot
down in the Far East.
Secretary of State John I Foster
Dulles reported today that in a
note weivfd thrniih diploma'
!;, Jof. ("I j, ifltr J
Sen. w, kerr Scott, of North
Carolina and Sea William C.
Laird, of West Virginia, both
Democrats and both members of
the Senate committee on post
Offices and Civil service, ;are ar arriving:
riving: arriving: In Cristobal tomorrow
afternoon aboard the Panama
liner Ancon. ; -:
Scott la 'the rhalrmnn nf the
sub-committee on civil service
neurement., ; : 1 j
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The two Senators are mak making
ing making the trip primarily to study
the question of liberal'ilng re retirement
tirement retirement for Canal pilots. ;
The nilota have eslceit that
they be nermitted to retire at
age 50 with .20 years service,
nrimaiilv An aeennnt nf what.
they consider the health-strain
mnerem m men wortu f
They hav also nolntect out
that it la seldom that a man can
Become a pilot until he Is about
3S. Tn submitting their netition
for liberalized retirement, they
recorded that very few pilots
have been able to carry through
to the present retirement age of
Go To Court
A Vnunff American aallnr ha
ed at Coco Solo will be tried in
U. S. DlRtrirt. Ovirt Inr havlns
wounded an American soldier in
uie cnesi with a knife.
The charge on which Carl J.
Witten. 20. wa hnnnd nvu fnl-
lowlng a hearing in, Cristobal
Magistrate's Court yesterday Is
mat or assauii wiux a aeaaiy
weenon. ,-; f.i J"
The soldier victim, Julio 06-
mez, was released from coco So
lo Hojsnital tn testtfv at th hai
ing, but returned lot further
He has been hospitalized since
being cut in the chest during an
argument it Corn Snlltn it
Reportedly, the, tWo young
service men were friendlv, but
sot into an arpnmnt. mH rlsht
under a quarters building.
wiuen is cnargea with hav having
ing having cut G6mez with a pocket
knife,- .;..v v .
The defendant 1 1nt,A in
Crlstdbal jail for want of $500
ball. v ;' 4
the navy c. ,.e !....: Jli(.
u. fragments -fiora gunfire has
Dulles said Red China Indicated
belief that. th nl,n ..b.j v..
- y .nun fcbflVRCU ffV
Communist fighters was a Chinese
iiauunansi' urcratt. "i. ...
But there im,H nn'J.,.iti i.
Dulles' mind that th Hnu,n.
was the American aircraft lost a-
uuui weeK ago.' :.f i
Alabama Votes On -School Integration
As Mixed Classes ; Start In"' Tennessee
"BlRMINfiHAM. Ala Aur 2 i
(trj AiaDamans votea today
on a bold move to strip their con-
stitutioa of any clauses that might
A. l 1 .
ne usea as oasis ior eniorqin
public school integration:
: An estimated 200,000 persons
were expected to cast their votes
before the last polls closed at 7
. On the ballot were six proposed
' constitutional chances two of
' them aimed at nreservine spere-
; gation. One would hike the corpo-
raie income tax,' ami me ouer
three were purely local. : i
The main attention has center
- ed an the la-eallad "freedom ef
- choice" school amendment
. which weuld erase from the con
stitution any mention ef com-
, pultory iMibtic education. It
. would substitute a long : clause
living the legislature almost un-
limited power te elrcumvont the
U.S. Supreme; Court's dosogre-
I These powers would include, if
necessary, the authority to abolish
' the present public school system,
set up funds for rpivate segregat segregated
ed segregated schools, and to make school
board officials "judicial officers"
with legal immunity. 5
" Moanwhilo in Clinton, Tann.,
intogratod schooling gained N
doopott boaehhoad in tho South
' today whon more than 700 whlto
'i otudonts troopod into class with
c 12 Ntgroot past a tow die-herd
A mass demonstration by the
'students of Clinton High School,
which officials said had been plan planned
ned planned by a White Citizens Council
1 I 111 1 a ... 1
The pre segregation council
loader was jailed I it night for
irvina to incite a rmt
This was the first integration of
puouc scnooi in Tennessee ex excluding
cluding excluding that in nearby Oak Aidge.
Oak Ridge integration was or ordered
dered ordered by the Atomic Energy Com Commission
mission Commission and is therefore consider considered
ed considered a Federal matter. ..
It else was the first Integra Integra-tlon
tlon Integra-tlon of a public school in the so so-called
called so-called Old South east ef the
Mississippi. 1. -..v.-.-rvv ....
The hifih school Wli nnforal In.
tearated last January h it
Judge Robert L. Taylor, ending a
four year legal struggle.
a Only two boys, one a 17 year year-old
old year-old junior who had quit school to
join the Army, continued to stroll
tllM .iJA IM t A. ....
mutn.i ui uuni OI LOO SCnOOl
after the main imdv of ti.Hnt.
naa passed inside.
Both carried clumsily printed
piacaras reading "bcnool strike a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Negroes' and "We d 0 n't
Kasper, executive secretary of the
Seaboard White Citizens Council,
Washington, D. C.
''Some or the boys (students)
asked me this moraine to let them
alk to Kasper," Fischer said.
thf3r4 w!m.ed to he at a loss at
what to do" when he failed to
uuw up ( scnooi.
Kasper, about 30. was arrerf
and charged with "circulatini; Ut-
craiure UKeiv to nnu m ......
in breach of the peace."
Officers said he spent the week week-end
end week-end going from door to door ask asking
ing asking parents to keep then-children
. Kasper declined to make 15.000
Laird Is accomnanled hv Mrs.
Laird and their daughter. ;
. Also arriving on the Ancon
'c u",u mem- Funeral arranirement. wer.
fcr 01 the senate interstate .tin h.. ,.. I
, W- -v 1 a.i "-rican som.tr
. 1 i.... .a jn ijaaS ,1 y,.h9 died f-"nr.
T .e fcenat!"-'-.! (.roi-n w!n he L y( j -U't rf 1 hiri
ine visHorj wm oine ,wun a resnlte hl mnttfnl. tni,,rU
pilot srrouD. that evenlnar at El
rananuu.,, ;. ..
It la nrnhahl. that th Sana.
ton will make at least a partial
transit 01 tne canal on Thurs-
Iron Lung Loaded
On Unifruco Ship
In an emergency transfer et
Miraflores Locks last night, an
Iron lunr from Rantn Tnmas
Hospital was put aboard the
United Fruit Company's ship
cnoiutec bound for Puerto Ar-muelles.
There are four cases' nf nnllo
amonar worker, of the United
Fruit Comnanv in that r Dne
of them needs a lung.
' Sneclal" .'rrencementa were
made to put It aboard at Mira Miraflores,
flores, Miraflores, since the ship was not
docking on either side of the Ca
She is due in the rhlrlmit
port thla afternoon. 1 :
Oorgas Hospital doctors had
thought thev had a rhanr to
save hU life and had made an
an-out effort to bring; him
After his mother. Mrs, MIvo-
ko Uradomo, waa flown here
from Hawaii, he rallied some
what. She returned to her home
last week at her own reouest..
The youngf soldier was a spe-
Kiausb uura ciase wim uie oiscn
Engineer Company Ft Clayton.
Truck Driver Fined
For Parking In CZ
Harmodlo Alfonso Fong, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, who left a two-ton
truck narked on Thatcher Hiirh.
way at 3 a.m. without parking
lights faced justice in Balboa
Magistrate's Court yesterday.
- He was flnort ton tnn fallnr.
dlsDlay warning devices..
fcpecuicauy the offense was
failure either to show the dis disabled
abled disabled vehicle's ordinary lights or
tO diSnlAV liffhtfH fllOH alanrl
lanterns or lighted f 1 a r e s as
SANTA FE, N.M., Aug. 21
(UP! -. Art a K. Stvnnn ".
hllarated" bv tallfn with Dmiwra.
ue leaders nere, today took b I s
carsvan of camnaisn i r a n h 1
shooters into, the Pacific North-
The PrMenliI raaMiHita nnA
his Tennessee partner. Sen. Estes
Kefauver, took off for the Port
land, Ore. airport En route, their
plane was to drop down to Albu
querque, n.M. 10 uii on met.
Sources m the Stevenson camp
said one topic that would com
up was the chances ef two Dem-
ocrafie senators from the North Northwest
west Northwest to win reelection Wayne
Morse. ef Oregon and Warren
Magnuson ef Washington., Morse
and Magnuson were named co co-chairmen
chairmen co-chairmen en the meeting.
"Both senatora face tnnsh pnmno.
tition in November from promi prominent
nent prominent Reoublicans Gov. Arthur R
Lanelie of Washineton asainit
Magnuson, and former : Interior
Secretary Douglas McKay, against
uiurac. ... .
Asked by renorterf wtitthM h
would sttack Preaident Kiimhnw.
er directly in the campaign,', he
said "I hope I shan't attack him
at all." y
Instead, he said, he wmilri nn.
centrste on 1' President's rn
Il hr .- i 1 a 'L
To Exclusion Of
7 WASHINGTON'.' ''Ann" mipa : i.il
. r VW1 ni news con conference
ference conference todoy. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, said
that there no nupctinn H.uk.ju'. j lL
yiunicu me soie ngnr to exerc se con
trol over the Panama Canal, ""wremcoih
l& His statement came in ranlv t t.. 'A
"lTl' t"" hwt tht premie, f th.
, Z. 1 Ine TW0 countries.
s Since most of hit rnnforan. L.J L . . :.. '-.
e f , 7 ""viiM iigy ucen aevorea ro thi
Suez Canal orob em: DuIUe mi.u.j Uv. i.i 1 Inf.
nrnrtirnl AM. "1 XT?:""'"" l" '8 nd
r yemcen m rwo waterways.
uuim, pointed out that the 1
Drescriben in t.h f!anl TnrtM nnin hit rammiffn
traffic regulations. Ition Sent. 15.
Hit Cuts Short
v,, -. et. & ) -'t, ''-'.if ,i
perbi.r urArff r.iit i.
28 (UP) President Eisenhower)
leenng lie ana reiaxea after a
four-day golfing vacation here, re re-turna
turna re-turna tn Waihineton tnria tn man
his political campaign against the
rtAmnrrati -. 7
It was eenersllv believed fh
President and Mrs. Eisenhewen
would remain at this golfer's pa paradise
radise paradise .throughtomorrow, but
nurr eln.ta tn fha PMantil
family revealed two basic reasons
ior uie eany aepanure. : 1
Thev were 1 Tt wa tntav nit
overcast along the .Monterey pe
ninsula yesterday, leaving Mrs.
Eisenhower somewhat less t ha n
enthusiastic about staying loneer:
and 2. Mr, Eisenhower is anxious
to huddle with GOP national chair
man Leonard W. Hall on plans to
two cases were essentially dls
ouuur iur wese reasons:
' 1. The Suez nana waa inter
nationalized by the Constanti Constantinople
nople Constantinople treaty of 188g; the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal la a. national mtjr.
way to which the United States
nwas me soie right to exercise
sovereignty within th rni
Zone to the exclusion of every
2. whereas a large number of
countries denend for thai
nomlc livelihood on the Sues Ca-
nai iiieune, no country in the
v.Tld fears that ,its economy
v- 'd te Jfopprfi'?1 by. .rnied
i -nuisnse- or aouse nl U r
I "a Canal. '., . '
1 "ii.e secretary was also asked
to comment on former President
Harry s. Truman's memoirs
which indicated that Mr. t.
man had at 'one time proposed
internationalization of the pan
Dulles replied that official
State Department records have
shown that no such often was
Re said that he bad nerannal.
ly participated in a thorough
examination of the documents
reierreri ta hv the memnln hut.
that nothing could be found to
support Mr. iTumans state
( '''(:.''"i"r: '.?--:-'(' '.;f.
Drive Ud Bx?
want Integrated schools."
Stacked around t h mtnnM
were ounaies of white supremacy
literature and racial pamphlets.
Some had been Anpnprf anrl rinnaA
and shredded papers littered the
Four other White boys who had
been on the "nicket line" rirnnnxt
their placards and walked intn th
scnooi ouiuiing wnen their teach
ers beckoned them ... a .-
About 100 adults Watrhnl frnm
street corners ss some 725 White
students and the 12 Nairrnaa th.
lauer nuanien in ran a r a n
marched inside. Six nr Toht whitJ
boys held back and mrtA thv
, i .. . .. i .. . i i i ...
leaner ironi wasningion, iaiico iO!Wum way nooKey ior tne qay.
lotai absenteeism on the onen
materialize when the school bell
Kill 29 Rebels ;
In Eastern Algeria
ALGIERS. Aug. 28 (UP)
French mobile patrols killed 29
rebels and captured nine others
today in two clashes with strong
rebel bands in eastern Algeria.
. Officials reported French Ins.
es were' "light.- In one clash, 15 fS ,Zt lXV "J
rebels were killed and three i?P.wtI.."'out thls- 1 noP
rebels were killed and three
captured, officials said. Fourteen
rebels were shot down and six
were taken prisoner in the oth other
er other skirmish.
inff dav was estimated at frnm tn
to SS and Principal D. J. Brittain
jr. empnasizea "were not forcing
anybody to go to ; school who
aoesn i want to. tv U.
The Nagreea, tlx bays and six
iris, were sent te thsir reems
and classwetk began In a "rou "routine"
tine" "routine" manner, Brittain reported.
Previously the Netjrres had
travslod 21 milaa t irnavwin.
' or ethar towns with all Neare
high schools outside the county.
"We weren't bothererf at ail
reported Robert Lee Thacker, 17,
one of the Negroes, after he reach reached
ed reached his class. "But it's hard to say
Assistant Attorney general
Walter E. Fisrhrr.aaiH m., ...
nous demonstration probably was
ayei icu uy ue jamng ot John
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HELD IN WEINBERGER KIDNAPING Angelo John LA Marca WHERE INFANT'S BODY WAS FOUND The remains Of kld-
(center) wha police say confessed to the kidnaping of little .-, ,
Peter Weinberger on July 4, is led into police headquarters In" naped Infant Peter Weinberger were found in the wooded area
Mineola. N. Y, The infant's body was found in the woods ,f',it,f t.uii. -a & -ui u ''-, .' ., ..".'.
about 150 feet off a heavily-traveled Long island highway right 111 lalavlew, N. Y., which is eight. miles from the
where he had been abandoned by his kidnaper on July 5. f bab'y'a parents' home. 1
One full-time Job and three part part-time
time part-time positions are available in the
Phviicai Rriiu-ation unit nf th.
Canal Zone Division of Schools for
uie coming scnooi year, according
to an announcement today.
Applications' for the four jobs
ara nnw hainff, raralvarf and nnali.
fled persons on the isthmus may
anmv at tna Afriiaa nr tnm irmnmv.
mant anil '. TTtiliTatinn nivUinn af
tha Parnnnnal Rnraan in RnilHIna
69 on Roosevelt Avenue in Balboa J
Employment will start on Sept. 10.
Th full tima'tnh U fnr a nml
tlnn at fiapraatian lMtAmr aurim.
ming) at grade GS-4 with a salary
oi H,oB.3 ; year. Appucanu
must have qualifying experience in
urimminfl lnatriiftinn i in aHHItinn
to general experience in the field
ml ifujrBival cuuuauuu. im aaaiyn-
ment will be at Balboa swimming
The three positions of Recrea
tlnn Aeeistant h.i ) I K. nsH.lim.
at S1.91 an hour. General Experi
ence ot a quauiying nature in re-
tt iia i a
creation won. wui oe requirea.
The assignments to these jobs will
be st the gymnasiums in Diablo
Heights, Cocoli, and Balboa.' The
time required will be 30 hours a
weea in eacn position.
Saved From Bombs
By Anon. Tipsters
NICOSIA Cvnru. Aue 59 arp
Anonymous tipsters saved two
oriwsa. cancers irom ume oomo
traps yesterday. 1
A letter- awaitlnf on RAF nf
fleer at his desk told him his car
had been rigged with a bomb.
He had driven to work with the
weapon under the rear seat.
A telephone caller warned an
army officer that a pipe-bomb
hod baen hidden in tha alncaf nf
his office. An Investigation show showed
ed showed a larffa cast-iron tim hnmh
In the cupboard. v
.'TORONTO Ana M TT -!
en top Nazi propagandist, Prof.
Jntiana von I as if'-" ,4
' -v r- n-v" o i
This Wll rair.1.4 V lir.-H'
!i'v.tlson ta P'tch that eaus.
ui poner s expulsion front
.eVDt tn hi mn k. T-
Star. Stevenson arrived is Rome
Stevenson th.f 1 1-..
belonged to the. state "religion"
which taught that Germans were
supermen snd was the author of
uumuer w violently anu-Semitie
Von Leers worked In tha
man Foreign Office until mi
w,uen Jl?.. Bec" a -journalist.
When Hitler. aaizad mw k.
came director of the National So Socialist
cialist Socialist Stllriant Farfaratin. . J
later leader of the academic section-
of the Berlin Political Cola
..... I H j4
After ttitlar'a .. itnumfan
Leers fled to South America.
.. vw f-'-. -i -t '.""'t :
Cairo shortly efter he filed -his
.1111 1 , 1 1 U 1 I.
the correspondent said that Cr
mans aro "everwhara anil wa.
rything in Egypt today." J,
'Stevenson tnld rannrtara 'haa
that he and Misa Sharnlav annth.
er report who was expelled, 1'hit
on me Key ngure oi tgypt s aitt
Israel propaganda" and interview interviewed
ed interviewed him Saturday morning.
In hi'i idianatch tn Tha TnmnU
Star. Stevenson said F.fvnt it a
haven for 'Germane who cannot
get Hitler's racial theories out of
their heads, Germans with an abid abiding
ing abiding hatred of Jews, Germans still
fighting Rommel's desert battle in
the guise of advisers to Nasser..."
He quoted von Leers as saying:
"Israel is abnormal. IMs not big
enough or fertile enough to supply
millions of Jews for the homeland.
It must go. It causes trouble."?
To Discuss Canal
Lauded By Dulles
WASHINGTrW. Alia-. rm
Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles todav hailed
decision to talk over the Sun
canal problem as a contribution
toward solving the Crisis.
At the same time Tvill.
cused the ftnvlet. TTntnn
ducting propaganda designed to
block peaceful settlement of th
In fervent tnnea nnllaa atr.
ed the need for an impartial.
non-pouucai solution of the Ca Canal
nal Canal crisis. He told his new, con.
ference he believes Firvntian
President Gamal Abdet Nasser's
aecision to uuc over the crisis
with a five-nation committee is
a contribution, toward aolvirr
the problem. v J
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ITS FAKAIUI AMISICAN AN IXDLPEXD ENT DAILY KZT.'ZTMTH
TLES3AT, AUGUST 2, 1335
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
own ana PtmwMtB it thi mnm AMtaican mesa. inc.
reuMcwo ar nilo4 pouniiviu ik iiii
HARMOOIO IA. IDITOa
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, S4S masimk Ava. Mint roan. 7 !. r.
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Fe (IX MONTHS. IN SO 13 oo
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7 HE MAIL BOX
'! UNION LEADERS' ALLEGIANCE
';'The PanamA American on a recent front page carries an i ar article
ticle article with the headlines VS. Expects Story of Protest Here and its
sub headline RJ. Treaty Negotiator Bay Roderick is Wrong. At
the end of the article which u carnea over w pais i. wm
''lhe 'negotiators also Indicated the altitude of some local local-rate
rate local-rate labor lead-srMome of whom are foreigner, are not identifi identified
ed identified with the real interests of the nation.
"They warned that Panamanian workers should take especial
care in choosing their spokesmen so that they do not find them-r-Jtves
represented by persons who may be in cahoots with certain
Zone officials and certain Zone labor leaders, who have done and
are still doing their best to see that the treaty provisions which
favor Panama are not complied with." ..
I can well understand the caution that Dr. Octavlo Fabrega, For Foreign
eign Foreign Ambassador to Washington, Roberto M. Heurtematte and At Attorney
torney Attorney Carlos 8ucre have issued to the Panamanian workers, and
thfe high principle and motive that have compelled them so to
do. Our fair nation should be represented In all aspects by peo people
ple people who own allegiance to Panama and not to those who do have
dHubtful allegiance to disrupters and serve as pawns In the hands
The leaders of Local 900 should not be allowed to cause a dis disruption
ruption disruption of relations between Panama and the United States, to
neither of which nations are they honor bound.
J The real interests of the nation is wrapped in the treaty which
Panama and the United States should be allowed to work out
The attitudes of these leaders have caused the opposition party
to' extend themselves and hare not helped to Heal the wounds of
the results of the past elections. These leaders have created unrest
among the workers and should refrain from such activities.
' Whether these men ar in cahoots with other people and
ether people against the local-rate is left to be seen. But this
statement coming from an official source uch as the Govern Government
ment Government of Panama should not be left without clarification from
tWose Involved. : -, i 1 V
These serious charges' by the Panama Government against
these men should not go unanswered, lest.it shall rest in the minds
of the public that the charges are indeed true. Each leader should
oeiena nunseu oeiore ine eyes m wie puuuc. :
.-;. -, Y-i--" Panamanian ?r-
:', Can you please tell ua. who the Panama negotiation team
nicani wnen tney saia uiai certaw peoyi were in twuw wivu
7mi Mflrtttls? Pleas tell us wno. s
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POLITICS OF THE POCKET
-.1 Let's get two items cleared up before we go into slugging
part of our political campaigns. 1 1 t u ; v;.
Tl First: the ditch-Nixon pitch by Childe Harolde va about
as transparent as if Willie Pep had been matched with Marcia.
to. This' bit of "drama was the only pre-conventlon conten contention
tion contention that might have possibly developed into, an olde-tyme dog dogfight.
fight. dogfight. But Childe Harolde was celled off. :
Actually Dickey and his oil-soaked associates got a trifle
eared, Fart of -the OOP wanted at the behest of their advertising-managers
to make some sort of a fight for the VP
nomination; this would make tiie party look Sincere. It would
give the convention a down-tu-earthness normally asosclated
with such affairs. But the fear, repeat, fear, that in any knock-down-drat-out
battle involving Nixon, would bring to the fore
iront various ts coiplir? Dickie with the deep-drill boys was
so stronjt t ie s' ov oi a "wide-open" VP xonnvention ilght
wasruleJc $ ; : r
: Personally acquainted, as thic writer Is, with Goody Knight,
I' feel certain that his reasons for pot oacking Nixon were plenty
' and good. Mainly the California oil crowd Including the
Superior group that openly bribed, or Attempted to, members of
Congress last year did not, nor do they want any wide-open
contention of Nixon within the GOP. v ?-
Like a corner pitchman who gives you the big flourish with
one hand while getting the "business" done with tne other hand,
Nixon will scream. ." All Democrats have a- Communistic
' tinge, just because they- are not Republicans". while in
doing so he completely leads aay all interest in his deep-drhi
pignal-Hlll backing. ;v' ':rl''":vV':"""'"'i
.', .It you oldsters, like myself remember Tea-Pot Dome, you
may see an Interesting parallel. This slicK, scoop-nosed, pilvate
JJiwirest ironi-man Is only a heart-beat away irom the Presl Presl-uency,
uency, Presl-uency, tinaily, it is understandable why a poiiticauy indifferent
tfeopie like the good citizens' of the U.S A. might use their high highest
est highest Oifice as a military decoration for one individual; there
casts no reason why they would so blindly endorse ah exposed
. iront-man for the oil interests as his running mate. Are we
inat far along the road to outright political stupidity?
- aovt, to consider another item ot passing Interest to peo-
. Hie wuo bcllev'u in the enectlvenesa and necessity of unions
cue GOP chiet spokesman pointed out that since he has been at
lhe heim only sweetness and light have existed between man man-Moment
Moment man-Moment and laoor. Further, that ail cefore his administration,
, Uiere existed omy chaos, suife end stalemate. : r 1 1 t w..t-.';
J m you memoers oi unions believe This? Do you, think- un union
ion union members in the tA will oeiieve this' There nas concelva-
. toiy been a relaxation on the part oi Management to certain
KuiAis contested by tabor auiLig the past ytaij and I lean in
wie direction oi bieel wnen i ay taa, but iet us speculate on
tne political contriDutlons of management to the present party
h power as versus tne -Laoor-ioving Democrats!"
hither you or 1 would oe little shuit ot stupid if we would
back one nor in a race and then go out arm tnrow barricades
- In iiia patn, wuutun t we? i,et s lace it, Dig Business wants the
Crur. Tneit is nothing wrong in that. ,
' Most ot tne inteuigent members of the farmer-labor con contingent
tingent contingent want tne Democrats.: I.tts let it go at that let's face
; tncise x&ctsl It ltQ t, '-group-auainst-group '. its pocket-boox
against a decent working wag and conaitlon. if you earn 8
grana a year, tnlnk you are voua lo grand, and wont asso associate
ciate associate witn anyone earning leas than 20 grand, wno in turn is
Uymg to get wvned to a o U i per annum nacienaa; tnen, uUe
Boye, you are eoua UUP material auu it a that party from which
5rou can expect tne greatest oiessings,
I but lets be nouest. . u we are a working stiff, let's be
realistic. ; .'you can t be both a working stin anu a Hepubdpanl
I; in conclusion, my smceiest tiumks to crcue Cainoun lor his
rcpiy to my letter in tnis column. 1 can omy reiterate; that if
tiie general Duune iouo his worasr Uiev wui oe lead a iona wav
aown tne road to ponucai eniimiienmeat. 'iney mtgnt, in fact,
ana in tunc, aevtiup ;no oubwnia-iuu, wrucn at tne present
ume seems to oe denied all those in mi'.fti. ;
- Matt C. VelU
REPUBLICANS WANT EGGHEADS
Ever since the word "egghead" was coined by Stewart Alsoo
to descnoe democrats of tne Auial stavenson wano, the woia
iias been usco decisively oy tne Repuoilcans from President
.lsentiower oowu. Certainty no one could accuse uen. niaen niaen-nower
nower niaen-nower ot being an eggneaa.
Now Len riaii, ciianmun of the Republican National com committee,
mittee, committee, has announced tnat ht is Uunung for eggneaos, be because
cause because ne tnlnks they can help the presa agents do a better Job
ah selling Gen. EiseiMiower wm Nixon tnrown in as a premium.
one thing Len had made clear is that there is no intention of
"putting eggheads "In charge oi things that should be run by
businessmen." :. -...a. .-
" Furthermore, the Republican National committee which has
harrels of money, is willing to pay well for eggheads either
singly or by the dozen. They want no misunderstanding about
future rewards. Postmaster General Summerfield boasted that
General Eisenhower was making good progress in "rooting the
eggheads out of the government.' Hall wants specially-candied
eggheads that show no signs of originality or personal- convic convictions.
tions. convictions. He wants only super-duper size, brain-washed eggheads.
There are many of Hall's fellow Republicans who are lest
than enthusiastic about the p'an, senator Mdndt, of South
Dakota, wanta to know whether the eggheads are to be "im "impractical,
practical, "impractical, idealistic theorists or real practical professors." He
added. "I like only hardboiled eggheads."
The Toledo Blade felt Hall's egghead hunt would raise the
blood pressure of "real Republicans" who "deplore the thought
of a single thinker with dome-shaped brow getting close to the
rrtys official headquarters." The Btide added the warning:
xsgheads sometimes have defended sucn advance notions as
the graduated income tax."
SAN FRANCISCO (NEA) -Vice
President Richard M, Nbt Nbt-6d
6d Nbt-6d does not consider himself
a "Tift" Republican.
In the event he should succeed
to the presidency, Mr. Nixon would
continue the policies of President
These two statements can be
made categorically on the basis of
conversations witn ue vice presi president's
dent's president's closest staff associates and
Study of records' assembled by
' Two written questions were sub submitted'
mitted' submitted' to Mr, Nixon to clarify his
position on these important points.
The answers to these questions
provide the key to this Republican
convention and to Gov. Harold
Stassen's effort to challenge Vice
President Nixon's renomination.
In the minds of some Republi Republicans,
cans, Republicans, i Nixon's strongest support
comet from the followers of the
late sen. Robert A. Tan of Ohio.
These so-called Ttft Republicans
are critical of many of President
Eisenhower's progressive and lib liberal
eral liberal policies. .
It is the hope of these conserva conservative
tive conservative Republicans that if or when
he.suceeds to the presidency, he
would abandon the Eisenhower
program and return the Republi Republican
can Republican Old Guard to control of t h e
lo settle these controversial Is Issues
sues Issues these two questions were put
to the vice president:
1 Do you consider yourself a
Taft Republican or an Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower Republican
2 Does your personal political
pmiosopny ten more to the con conservative
servative conservative or the liberal Republi
The answer to the first ques
mm, given as representative of
we vice president's views, is that
Mr. Nixon considers himself sn
This answer is amplified with
the explanation that the vice nri.
deat considers the differences be between
tween between Eisenhower and Taft were
more pronounced on foreign than
on uuinesuc issues.
. Senator Taft was an 'isolationist
President .Eisenhower h.
lieves more in international coop-
erauoB, wmcn vice president Nix Nixon
on Nixon also supports.. : ;
On some domestic issues. Mr.
Nixon believes Taft wis more pro progressive
gressive progressive thin Eisenhower has been.
Tart's public housing program is
mentioned as an example of his
liberalism. ;,. -. , ,s
Taft's1 reoutation as' a eonservi.
live is based largely on his labor
legislation record and the : Taftt
HarUey Act of 1947. Nixon as i
congressman voted for that act.
It is pointed out. however, that
Nixon's votinrTeeord in the 80th
congress closely parallels that of
uov. cnrisuan Herter of Massa.
chusetts. Herter is the man whom
Governor Stassen preferred as vice
presidential nominee because of
his supposedly more liberal views
in endorsing Eisenhower's program.
Governor Herter outlined this
similarity between his own and
Nixon's voting record In his
speech nominating Nixon for the
As further evidence of Nixon's
liberalism, a 1949 speech he made
In Los "Angeles ;is cited. Nixon
here outlined a GOP program
which was close to what; became
the Eisenhower program of 1933
four years Utter.
As Mr. Nixon himself puts it, he
is no "Johnny-Come-Lately Liber
The vice president can also point
to his 1932 "activities for 'Eisen 'Eisenhower
hower 'Eisenhower before the. hot-GOP con convention
vention convention in Chicago in which he
did not support Senator Taft.
The vice president's position-To
day is that he was all out for
lasennower men, he has support supported
ed supported him and his policies ever since,
and he will be for him and his
program In the future.
,' Now Make Up Your Mind
r- i A
Mavh Atfnrnav nanarsl TToi-h
BrowneU tan find im in a nnlil.
ieal year to drop me a note about
mis regisirauon of spies, because
it has sent me totbed mumbling
for several niehts now. Thn tnrv
as I read it, sounds like something
someooay mougnt up on a steady
oiei oi nana-aet wnisxy and Welsh
rabbit, aided bv hannv nilla
We know that the rpsiitriflnn tit
foreign lobbyists and professional
vuuiiuuiiuui: was .a. lainy .accept .acceptable
able .acceptable piece of legal machinery, but
this spy thing Is a- beaut. All
BrowneU wants the spies to do is
nu out a orief form which would
.disclose: i ? ,,4.
Whom thev 'were snvinff fur'.' (
Where they received Iheir tra!
A detailed statement of the na nature
ture nature of their spying.; ri j ;
ship status and .how acquired.
1 Manner, fplace and date of es espionage,
pionage, espionage, sabotage and counter
espionage. Name and title of in
structors, time, place, and date of
instruction, in spying.
Detailed statement of assign assignments
ments assignments received, ihcludina tvnea
and dates, and the execution
thereof. - :-,
Detailed atatement nt anv rla.
tiomhin other than thrmioh m.
ployment, with; any foreign gov
ernment or political party.;
And then BrowneU a boys In Jui-
SUB FOR UEZ?-Mat
shows route of an alternate
Mediterranean-Red Sea canal
proposed by Rep. Emmanuel
Celler of New York, that ,'
would, he said, help cut Presi-1
dent Gamil Nasser of Egypt
''down to size." The : canal
would cross Israel diagonally
from Ascalon on the Mediter
ranean to Elath, on the Gulf
of Akaba, which la an arm of
the Red Sea, Elath, which is In
Jordan, is on the opposite side
of Egypt's Sinai peninsula from
; Spy Line
By BOB RUARK
tlce say that signing up for this
weird questionnaire will have no
benevolent effect on apprehended
spies . "Other than (he .knowl .knowledge
edge .knowledge that they have complied with
the law." It must have been pretty
no. m wasmngton mis year. ,,
, I know a teensy bit about spies,
since I cut my milk-teeth on E.
Phillips Oppenheim and have since
graduated to Eric Ambler and Al Alfred
fred Alfred Hitchcock. The one incontro
vertible thing I know about. spies
is that they ain't suDoesed to be
public characters or they cannot
ne aescnoed as spy." )Vl tit
A spy looks like you or me or
even Herb Brownclh He will
vea,nng a ."ruptured duck'i, an 1
an -elk's tooth and know all abor t
who pitched the second game rf
the 1922 Wor Id Series. You will
find him reading Variety, and if
ne is ousuing around an atomic
plant as a workman in West Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, he will be speaking flawless
west Virginian. v
His papers would be imoecca-
ble if he suddenly got "rescued"
from the Eastern zone of Berlin.
In an anti-Communist rine. he
would .look exactly like a fat,
frightened little man who, had es escaped
caped escaped from .the Commies, and he
would feed you a lot of facts you
already know and a few frem ones
designed to Interest the powers
who interview him about Burgess'
or McLean or some such. In be-
tween umes he would be datmg
Judy Coplon and stealing thing
from the pet files. V
The lonesomest life in the world
is a spy's life. He is on his own.
can't make but one mistake, got:
no mama, no papa, no per diem.
wnat ne learns or steals is not
highly-paid for, and mainly he is
playing his role because somebody
has him. over the arm and he has
no choice. If he gets caught, his
government might just give his
widow a job. as charlady.. . or
just as well' might not. v
But even if he s a bum at his
business, the chances are ha won't
be .filling in any forms: He mav
have' a- convention badge front the
undertakers', ahdEmbalmer's As
sociation, be a member of the
upumist Club,, or flash, a, secret
button saying "Garter Inspector,"
"I Love My Wife, but Oh, You
Kid," or even "Twenty-Three Skid Skid-doo."
doo." Skid-doo." But the chances are he will
not be sporting a placard saying,
aiarsiy. -apy.-; 1
Apart, from all that, spies are
not out of i fashion. The wishful
probers Can get all the informs
tion they need from readme nub-
nsnea accoumis oi top secrets is
suea oy armea lorces pubuc re
lations experts who are ever busv
competing to see who can tell the
world the most about their newest
world the most about their newest
- iwaaii. JI U is1
k i i ll as S' I. i I 111 I I
, a kaaaiii B Jr J k kJ 1 1 t f I
place behind the S-Prtf at Phi.
cago has now leaked out, particu particu-larly
larly particu-larly the efforts to get Adlai Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson to accept Senator Kefauv Kefauv-er
er Kefauv-er as his running mate. The talks
took place prior to Adlai's decision
for an open vice presidential con convention.
vention. convention. Jiggs Donohue, Kefauver's cam
paign manager, had one private
huddle with Stevenson in which he
"I told a farmer in Iowa, why
don't you get Stevenson out here
to speax? The farmer told me,
we'd just have to get Kefauver to
come out and tell us what Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson said."
"I don't want to hurt your feel
ings, Governor," continued Dono Donohue,
hue, Donohue, "but I know you want me to
be frank. You're a wealthy Prince-i
ton man with great ideals. But
what you need on the ticket witii
you is a boy who worked bis
way through Yale washing disiies."
Donohue referred to the fact that
Kefauver.- after graduating from
the University of Tennessee, took
a law aegree, at yaie. r
Stevenson took Donohue's frank
ness in good humor, but retused
to make any commitments regard regarding
ing regarding the vice presidency. Steven
son's friends siad he personally
favored either Humphrey of Min
nesota or Kennedy of Massachu
setts more than Kefauver. This
was why he asked for a completely
open convention, ;
IT ASS EN ANf TSAMSTIRS
While Harold Stassen was try trying
ing trying to put serosa Governor Chris
Herter on the national, scene, he
also .wasn't having much luck put putting
ting putting across a lieutenant governor
in his home state of" Minnesota.
Ancher Nelsen. former head of
the Rural Electrification Admin
istratiori, has already been hand hand-picked
picked hand-picked by Ikeites to run for gov
ernor on the GOP ticket against
the young-Democratic incumbent,
Orville Freeman. On too of this.
Stassen reached out to pick as
lieutenant governor, Slim EbrU,
a member of the Teamsters joint
gates that their candidate is ex expecting
pecting expecting his first grandchild the
day before election. .-.-.-:
This should be worth a million
votes in publicity on election eve,
they say. it should also counter counteract
act counteract criticism, they .argue, from
family lovers who may be unhap unhappy
py unhappy about Stevenson's divorce.
It's true that Mr. and tor ia.
jlai Jr., are expecting their first
cnua uie nrst wee in November.
What worries Stevenson support supporters,
ers, supporters, however, is that the baby
might be born the day after elec-.
tion. -..v., ...
, CONVENTION CHAFP
Some GOP committeemen in
San Francisco groused .against
Len Hall for running, the GO?
national committee with such an
iron hand. They claim the national -committee
is just a rubber, stamp
. .ciaer statesman ueroert Hoov-
er ran out of gas on a crowded
bayshore highway near Los An Angeles
geles Angeles the other night and was
stranded for three hours. Californ Californ-ians,
ians, Californ-ians, suspicious of hitchhikers aft aft-er
er aft-er dark, would not pick him up.
Finally a GI pulled over to the
side of the road and took the 82-
year-old ex-President of the United
States into town. ... Senator Doug Douglas
las Douglas of Illinois burned his left hand
from hot lights on the speakers,
stand at Chicago. Douglas, who
enlisted in the Marines as a pri private,
vate, private, was severely wounded in
World War II and his left hand
cannot feel pain, so he didn't
know the hot lights were burning
NORTH CAROLINA NIQRO
A first-clats North-South race
argument started popping behind
the scenes, at San Francisco when when-a
a when-a North Carolina Negro was sel selected
ected selected to second Eisenhower's nom nomination.
ination. nomination. ..
The Negro was Helen G. Ed Edmonds,"
monds," Edmonds," professor of history at
North Carolina College, a Negro
institution. She had been selected
by Val Washington, a Negro mem member
ber member of the Republican national com-
But i immediately be ran Int.) -.uhw .An.i,ina
-S" t wi North Carolina delegation;
refused to support him. Most cf
them are Democrats, and they
didn't relish having a labor man
running as a Republican in an
effort to solit the farmer-labor-
Democratlc coalition. ?
Ebril, however, claimed that
North Carolina delegates imme
diately protested. A speech by
professor Helen Edmonds, Chair Chairman
man Chairman Len Hall was told, would
mean the defeat of Congressman
Charles Raper Jonas, the only Re Republican
publican Republican now serving in Congress
he had been nicked- for lieutenant'
governoron direct orders of bot'i Not a single Democrat- had ob- -Stassen
knd Dave Beck, head ofijected when Congressman William
thai tAMiitM Cm AtHAi taamt'fni) ... .
u Ti t 'i iiTiii uawson, umcago egro, naa ao-
phoned' Beck in Washington. Inorj
Monn, neck s right a nand man,
answered on the phone.
' "That's the1 way Stassen wants
itt and the way Beck wants it,"
dressed the Democratic con.
vention. But the North Carolin
ians objected on the ground that
Prof. Edmonds was not a member
of their delegation, therefore h:nl
came the firm voice of teamster riKht to second Eisenhower.
lieutenant Mohn. J They protested to both Len Hall
"Its sheer nonsense -argued tI)d Sherman Adams, No. 2 White
Jack Jorgenson of the joint team.n0Use executive, but both refused
sters council. "Ebril,. can't get theJto budge. The North Carolina pro pro-bsckmg
bsckmg pro-bsckmg of his own group." tet eot nowhere.
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Minnesota politicos were both
baffled and amazed at the alliance
between Dave Beck and Stassen,
since Stassen, as governor of Min Minnesota,
nesota, Minnesota, had been tough on labor.
branded the teamsters racke
teers. However, Stassen-was saved
from the Dave Beck alliance by
the revolt of other Minnesota fac factions.
tions. factions. They flatly refused to take
Slim Ebril as lieutenant governor!
on the GOP ticket.
. AOALI AND THE STORK
The stork., if pro-Democratic,
could win Adlai Stevenson some
test got nowhere;
SEGREGATION BATTLE; IN
NORTH CAROLINA y
Meanwhile- In North '-Carolina,
there's an interesting development '-,
regarding segregation. Only one
major North Carolina newspaper,
the Raleigh News and Observer,-
has taken a stand, against the
present proposals to block inte-
gration ,by using private schools
and by permitting local communi communities
ties communities to suspend public .. schools. ? 1
But while other daily newspapers ;
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FORESt PARK, iA.t Aug.1 28- 72,000 member Laundry Workers
The 21 member APU-tio ex
, ecutive council meeting at ja
mountain resort here may add
more fuel te the fire today by
clearing the way for an AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO stand in the W54 Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential campaign. Council members
- conceded that any endorsement
mHmibudlv would go to the
Democrats' Steyenson-Kefauver J
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By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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West "North -Pass
Opening lead tj t
State Dept. Opposes Water Compact
Between 0 States, Canada Provinces
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 (UP) 'ernmental agency to deal with
The State Department yesterday such matters as lake levels, pollu pollu-objected
objected pollu-objected to a proposed Great, tion,, beach erosion, floods, navi navi-Laltes
Laltes navi-Laltes water compact between1 gation, power development, wild
eight states and two Canadian pro-jjife and. fishing.
vinces. , Marvin Fast of Ann Arbor,
' Mich., acting director of the com-
Willard B. Cowles. department, mission, denied the eomnact
deputy lcga' adviser, said the pro
posal wuuld set a precedent for
any area of the country to "over
ride" the federal government in
the field of international relations.
He said it also would have
"great potentialities for creating
- When you have four trumps as
a defender, you usually try to
make declarer ruff some side suit.
The idea is to use up declarer's
trumos in the hope., that you will
wind up with more trumps than
he has. The principle,, is .illustrat
ed in today's han&vK :
would encroach on the State De De-parment's
parment's De-parment's authority.
But Cowles insisted the compact
would set up a "new layer" of
government which would give the
commission power over virtually
every international problem aris-
confusicn in American Canadian between the United States and
relations and wouid involve a du-(;aMia the creat Lakes basin
plication ot wort."
A a result of Cowles' testimony
before a Senate foreign relaUons
subcommittee Sen. Alexander Wi
ley (R-Wis.), who conducted the
hearing, suggested that appro-.
priate changes"-will be made.
The international compact, was
proposed by 1 the -Great Lakes
mission, an agency set up by eight
states tu coordinate planning and
nromotion of water resources de
velopment in the urest uas.es -i
7 The commission is seeking legis
lation to join with the government
of Quebec to establish an intergov
area." s v
Wiley conceded Cowles might
have a "valid constitutional areu
ment" Fast said the 'commission
needs time to study the objections
and suggest amendments to satis
fv the dnartment. :
Cowles said he does not believe
tie compact is needed because
the United States already has two
treitv status agreements with
anada for atacking muuai
rt Lakei nroblems. ..
The eight states involved in we
proposal are Indiana, Illnois,
Michigan. Minnesota, New York,
Pennsylvania. Wisconsin and O
The action was based on re
nort made earlier this year by
Senate labor subcommittee head
ed by Sen.. Paul Douglas (D ill.)
following an investigation of alleg
ed union welfare tuna souses.,
The labor, leaders. : gathered
here at a union-owned mountain
tot their administration .is goouj
for labor drew some hot protests
... A FT -CIO todav. i
George Meany, president ot the
15 million member, organization
pnnroHed that workers "n e v e r
kh i n ffood" but be said this
;M en! nf tint because
ftf the Reoublican administration. tresort, authorized its ethical prac prac-01
01 prac-01 w" p"" tices committed to, take jt h e s e
West opened the jack of hearts, y
and South won with the queen.
South led the queen of spades,
and East, won with the king. East
now had 'to make a key" play.
East could be pretty sure that
he needed a club trick i to have
any chance to defeat the contract
The best shot was-to play South
for a. singleton small club,; with
pretty solid holdings in the other
SUltS.. ..f --'"--'::
; East therefore decided to make
declarer ruff clubs. For this pur purpose
pose purpose he began by leading the king
ot clubs rawer man a tow ciuo.
Vhen this card held, East led
a low club, forcing South to ruff.
Declarer next i led the jack of
sDades. forcing out East s ace.
East could now lead a third cluM
forcing South to ruff again.
29 Polish tVinsrs
Oio; 2C3 Oih:rs
1. Tot e quire the Distillery
Workers union to show cause why
it should not be susnended,
2, To make a formal investiga investigation
tion investigation of the other two unions,, on
the ground there is "sufficient rea reason
son reason to believe" that-all three may
be "dominated, controlled, or ub
stantially influenced!'., by,i"corrupt
wwi. V.,. J . . ... fllt.liu.uj. ..iwuviiv
1 he council raised tne threat ot influences.", i.n
suspenswri fagamst,,tne zs.uuu.
member Distillery. Workers .tJnion,
the 73,000 member Allied Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Worker formerly known as
the AFL United Auto Workers and
At this point South had only
one trump, wnue cast naa two
trumps. East was therefore sure
to make anothert rump trick, de
feating the contract, v ; ;
East -would 'not have defeated
the contract if he had begun the
clubs by leading a low card in
that suit West would win with the
ace and would return a club. Dum Dummy
my Dummy would play the jack, and
East's king0 would make South
ruff. Dummy's queen ; of "dubs
would then control the suit, and
the defenders -would be unable. to
make South ruff a5 second 'time.
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R1TRT.TN. Aug. 28 (UPV-r The
official Polish news agency FAt
said vesterdav that 29 miners died
of gas poisoning when fire swept
through a shaft of a eoal mine in
Upper Silesia, 960 feet under-
ground. . j
The news .aeenev. reached by:
telephone from Berlin, saia au otn-i
er miners trapped by the fire had;
been rescued. It gave no specific
figure for the number rescued.
However, travelers arriving In
West Berlin said more than 200
miners were trapped underground
when the fire flared in the Uior Uior-sov
sov Uior-sov mine in Koenigshuette.
The travelers and a Polish offi official
cial official in Koenigshuette said the fire
broke out Saturday morning. PAP
reported it started "early Sunday
and was brought under control lat later
er later in the day,
REVIVALiST Dr. Robert Q.l
Lee, above, pastor of tne sei sei-Jevue
Jevue sei-Jevue Baptist Church of Mem Mem-pbls,
pbls, Mem-pbls, Tenn., who worked for
the Panama Canal in 1907 as
a track foreman, Is arriving
here shortly for 11 days of re-
vtval meetings at the First
Baptist rt Church of ; Balboa,
starting SepU 5. Dr. Lee' fa fa-mous'ay
mous'ay fa-mous'ay Day Someday"
sermon has been preached
over 500 tlmea. In, the U.S. and
Canada, and has been made
Into a technicolor movie which
iias been shown in many
churches throughout the UJB.
The erhicalstracticoa, commit
to accused the' distillery "work "workers
ers "workers of making kick-backs totsl totsl-ing
ing totsl-ing several hundred thousand
dollars to Sol Cilonto, former u u-nion
nion u-nion sterstsry, and two. attto attto-elates
elates attto-elates from money collected
from union members for. health
insurance preiumi, ;
It also said the union's execu
tive board refused in-March 1955
to volunteer an independent exa examination
mination examination of its book and let union
President Joseph O'Neill volunta
rily appear before. a New York
grand jury, investigating the u
nion. "'''' 'V'll,r'
Meany told a news conference
the union will be suspended if it
refuses to explain its alleged ac
tions. :. ; ',
The executive council approved
with only, one dissenting vote the
application of the 96,000 member
Brotherhood of Locomotive En
ginemen and Firemen to affiliate
with the AFL-CIO.
The application was approved
despite, a union constitutional ban
against Negro members. The one
dissenting vote was cast by A.
Philip Randolph, Negro president
ot the. Sleeping tar Porters union
..v t'j v
Funeral services' for the late
Gerald T. Darnels of La Carras
quilla will be held at the St. Paul's
Church tomorrow at 3:30 p.m., fol
lowed by burla- at the Jardin de
Paz cemetery. . .-.
' Mti Daniels, a former veteran
employe of the Fuerza y Luz Co,
died at the Nicolas Solano Hospi
tai loiiowing a short lUness..
Survivors, are his bnithers: Wil
fred, Chelsie and Eyer Daniels,
Mrs. 'Muriel Stout, a sistei resid
ing in Brooklyn, N.Y., and two
nieces, Elise and Edna Daniels
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; r lupporting steps to block In Integration,
tegration, Integration, weekly newspapers iii
the blaek belt ot eastern North
Carolina take an opposite view.
They don't want to suspend the
public school system) don't con consider
sider consider private,' schools to be prac practical,
tical, practical, and don't want to stir up
Ngr opposition. .
'' In Nortiiaj pton county, ' which
has around 70 per cent Negro pop population,
ulation, population, the Parker Brothers' week-
It u,au vl l'FBiB, ujcuier-wiui
the Southfieki Herald in Johnstone!
county and the warren Record in
Warren- County, which-1 is about
CO per cent Negro, all believe they
; can uve wun me supreme wouri
ruling without tampering with the
puuiic scnooi sysiem
Qiiro Of Usina
Spinster As Dups
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nGisTJinOrnnrwt hnalnm fn
questioning by the FBI today
following a, spinster's charge
that they used her as a dijpe In
swindling a local bank Out? of
The case, came to light When
Miss Bessie E. Roth. 49 3i
Tear rliirlr at th TannJuU
National Bank, was charged with:
uuananaiing tne funds,
Authorities say Miss ?R0th
didn't keep a dime of the mon money"
ey" money" but used it to help snvUl
pusinessmm t out of financial
troubles. Rh n1H th man
mlsed to repay her but the' pro
mises weren't kept. j
Miss Roth has been formerly
M758 of the missing money, the
mce vajue oi ine cnecKs involv involved.
ed. involved. She is free on bond. ;
iinfTiie Khocll,'in noterj charges may be bropght lnvol"
part of town. ing- embezzlement, conspiracy
AAn ppos?d "i,1 part of;and violation of Federal banktag
Aorth Carolina tn nut Necwwe nn
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i ii irriN.iir uamt wiitu no rCM tuurtXDC 1
nUHKIIvTMIC, ,yr1i mill 1 WX wu, rfcfc'W,,
MTS WHAT.' r CRITTER EIGHT THOUSAND
HE'S JUST "X LIKE THAT yS OF tM SJft jH
NATCHERLY f ? "VL.. 7"'--
10018 AXS triMutaj
lo not favor inte
gration, they point out that the
schools are so. located geographic geographically
ally geographically that enforcement of the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court ruling will make little
difference. Negro children will not
want' to walk a long distance to
CT EXU1 KLUTU
OmtS &SBOS tO MAKE A KWB
OF BOUSH VteH )6 KOLUet?
WO T1NV JFTW. ThEi"
ARB TAKEN ARMS eJROUNP..,
9. t 6. Vtfff?Mi?Sl?W-j.
the school boards and try to get
v Many Negro teachers also are
l uueniuusiaauc aooui uiiegranon.
l it haniMni that North rarnlina
some time ago gave equal pay to
white and colored teachers, with
the result that many Negro teach-
, ers, manas to senionty are ahead
' of white teachers in their total
pay. They don't quit teaching
when they get married,' and they
take more graduate degrees, which
'brings them more seniority.,
' Under any forced integration or
'tampering with the public school
5jMeui, jiuwever, uioy reigni- lose
; PORTLAND,' Ind. -(UP.-OMo-
'" fenarians can attend the Jay
oumy air iree xms year.- rssses
' are being issued to people 80 yesrs
of age and older for all the fair's
The huslnps mmm ntova
the sympathy of the spinster
bookkeeper who credited them
with funds thev did not have.
She la Kvhiriiil.vl tn ...
Federal District Court tomorrow.
Will Make Empire
state Look Small
CHICAGO.' AutT. 5 fTTPVam
ed Architect Frank Lloyd Wri?ht
said h has nlan in th
board stage for a building that
would dwarf the Empire State
Building. The skyscraper would
be one-mile hifih. have a has Mn
bv 500 feet, and house more than
100-thousand workers. The plans al also
so also rail fnr a iOn.fnnf talavioinn tnur.
er, which Wrierht aav niiM fiaam
programs irom coast to coast.
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S:00 Juliui L Rom
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' S.00 Lineup
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Garry Moor i
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Roy Rosen ;
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TrrrsAT, august 28, ms
MISS JACQUEXYN SCHOFIELD of Oatun, whose engagement
to Dennis 8. Cassidy of Sarasota, Fla., has been announced.
CASLERS GIVE PARTY TO CELEBRATE
AMBASSADOR'S FIRST YEAR IN PANAMA :
i t ; -Air. and Mrs. Harry Casler gave cocktail buffet at their
' heme on GoU Heights, Friday night in honor of U.S. Ambas.
is dor and Mrs. Julian K. Harrington. The occasion celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated at this very pleasant affair was the first anniversary of
.the arrival oi the Harringtons to Panama. About 35 guests
attended, and some brought uovelties as gifts for the Ambasv
sador and his wife. . .-'..
Minister UrruHa Will Attend
t niuiiaier m r-uucauon ana Airs.
(Victor Urrutla, accompanied by
members of. the Panama delega delegation,
tion, delegation, left by plane for Quito, Ecua-
. dor, where they will represent Pa Panama
nama Panama at the Presidential Inaugu Inauguration.
ration. Inauguration. Members of the delegation
are Dr.'; Elias M. Cordova and Mr,
, Ricardo Lasoo Jaen.v
Mrs. Nllstn. Sails' : V ,'
For. Visit Home
Jens Nilsen of Diablo was
a r -';(.'ind pa terror l.iie lost
('i '' v,rt AXa,y ,r i.
It i tu i u doife in ieV Yu
from there. Airs. JNiIsen will go
. to .Melrose., a suburb of Boston,
fqr a visit of some weeks with her
For Six Months
Dr; and Mrs. Robert STatheriey-
voitf lAnvA Nar.itrdi'vtf Mr Ann- an.
bor, where Dr. Matbeney will en en-'ter
'ter en-'ter the School of Public Heallh at
the Vmversity.of Michigan. They
will be gone from the Zone for six
months.. , x j
- Engagement Announced
Mr, and. Mrs. James A. Scho Scho-feld
feld Scho-feld of Gatun announce the en-
gapemtn- of their daughter, Jac-
cjuelyn Madalir.e, to Dennis 5. Cas
sidy 1 of Sarasota, Florida, son of
Mrs. 'William Paul Caasidy and
the- late Mr. Cassidy. The wedding
will be held at the -Gatim Union
Church on Sept. 6 at 6:30 p.m.
Miss Schofield is an honor grad graduate
uate graduate of Cristobal High School,
Class of 1930 and recently received
her Bachelor of Science degree in
.Psychology from Florida State U U-nivcrsity,
nivcrsity, U-nivcrsity, '
AH their friends are cordially" in invited
vited invited to the wading and recep reception.
International Door Prises
ForV Fashion Show
Door prizes and raffle winnings
for the Doctors' Wives' Fashion
Show (which-will ha rtrH hv
Felix Maduro) come from all o-
ver tne world. Wot directly,, of
course, since Jdiey have been do donated
nated donated by geierous Panama mer merchants.
They include an Omega watch
from Switzerland, a hand-carved
teakwood, i cfidar-lincd chest from
China, 2. vases of Swedish crystal
srd a sW r silver tray, proba proba-f
f proba-f '. lico. '.
Aici'il:dn who an- tlvina these
and other items to add to the
Fashion Show are Jhangimals. Ca Ca-sa
sa Ca-sa FasllkH, Shaws, Mercuries, Ca Ca-sa
sa Ca-sa Gill, Kicardov, Danmars, Na-i
r'onat Distillery, Sol de India,
Zig Zag, Casa Solomon. and Cham Cham-bonnet's
bonnet's Cham-bonnet's 5th Avenida.
Doors will open at the Amador
Officers Club for admission to the
Fashion Show at 12:30 p.m. tomor.
row. Tickets will be sold at the
Winners of the Monday tourna tournament
ment tournament at the Hotel Tivnli last night
were: 1st, Mr. E. wolf and Mr. A.
Zoeldnelyi, 2nd, Mr. and Mrs. E
Kohn and 3rd, Mr. and Mrs.
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tack attic for inclusion in this
colvmi ttioHtd ka submftted in
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"fecial aad Othrwi," or ctalmr ctalmr-ad
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Hiaatiats caaol ko occaatoe kf -tdaakoaa.
Of Columbus .
The Cristobal Knights of Colum
bus council 1689 will hold a special
meeting for 'the exemplification of
the first degree. Any member who
has applications is asked to turn
them over as soon as possible. All
members are ureed to turn out for
this special meeting which will be
held on Sept.. 4.
Ihe meeting will start promptly
at T.io p.m. at ui juugnu ot to
lumbus home in Margartia.
Isthmian HisUrical- .
Sociaty Moats Monday
The Isthmian Historical Society
will hold its first meeting of the
new year on Monday, at 7:30 in
the Ballroom of the Hotel Tivoli.
A panel composed 'of Construe
tion Day Old Timers will answer
Questions pertaining to tne days
when Colonel George W. Goethals
was the boss and the world was
waiting and watching to see if a
canal in-Panama could De opened
to' world traffic.
OiiMlir.ru about tha orBaniza-
tjon of the first University Club in
Panama will be answered, the
oroblems of tha Quartermaster in
the early days, bid Ancon Hospital
and the location former build buildings
ings buildings will be discussed, along with
the fun and activities of the early
social life in the Zone. ;
Speakers on the commg panel
will, be Omer Malsbury,. R. K.
Mnrils Mrs: Bruce Sanders. Mr.
and Mrs. Marv Cecil Lowe. All
mectinpx of the oreanization are-
rpnrdd and nlaced along with
photographs of the sper.kers In a
hnnk At tha end of each
year the scrap book is presented
to the ranama vmii
where anyone can see it,;
The public is cordially lhvited to
attend all meetings..
At Pan Woman's Moating
Boards for mounting CnrM.mas
card d" vs v "1 he f 1
the Pen on -.., h
win Via tit-ld at. r.i.' Hotel iivoli.
, A -A .1 k w All t
lOmOlTOW ail p. 111.- iiivn,
ben are asked' to attend.. 4
BARN DANCE FOR CHARITY t- Some of the funmakers at the bnlon Club Saturday night
take a break between square dances. The barn dance was given by the Comite.de Avuda and
the proceeds will go to the Children's Orphanage. ,
Charges ElklYEdorVcbm-Charges Hushind ;
Ar.!:ush:d By Cc?$
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador,
Aug. 28 (UP) Mrs. Arturo Sola Solano,
no, Solano, whose husband war killed in
a clash witb police hero Wednes
day night, charged today he was
shot down without warning by de
tectives disguised as messenger
boy. i . t .-' t
The official version of the sto story
ry story is that Solano's brother Gusta Gustavo,
vo, Gustavo, who is wanted on unspecified
criminal charges, opened fire on
police who sought to arrest him
and that Artjro Solano was killed
in the. gunifght that followed,'
However,' Gustavo .Solano was
not captured, and It appears un uncertain
certain uncertain that he was present when
bis brother was killed. .-
Mrs. Solano aaid. three men
dressed as telegraph messengers
forced their way Into her home
late. Wednesday night, while her
husband a retired army- captain
was out buying-some cigarettes.
When they had satisfied them-j
selves mat ne was not in me
house, they waited outside for his
return. As soon as be drove up,
Mrs. Solano said, the three men
opened fire' with a submachine
Solano was' I'lled its he ran up
the steps .toward the door of his
GIVI AWAY PRICf
BlBlUTNTflHAM. Ala." fTJPl
I Norman Satterfield became i die-
gusted when the wholesale price
of cantaloupes dropped to 25
cents a bushel.' He left his stall
at the Farmers Market here and
drove to a residential area where
he gave away 1 a truckload to
clamoring housewives, ,N
' 1IMBVIO IN SIGNS
ii ,;ir. Conn. '1.(1..)
A lalptmin at a-used car lot fig
ured a prospective customer took
the name of the firm too literally.
The "customer", asked for.-and
rraivri. a .convertible to "road
jest," but he never returned the
car. to "Free Motors incorpor incorporated."
Top Communists ;
Turn Out To Meet:
MOSCOW, Aur. 28 fUP) Pre.
mier Nikolai A. Bulganin, Commu Communist
nist Communist party chief Nikita S. Khrush Khrushchev,
chev, Khrushchev, and other top-ranking mem members
bers members of the Soviet oevernment
turned out at Leningradsky rail
road station yesterday to welcome
home President Kliment E. Voro Voro-shilov
shilov Voro-shilov from a good-will tour of
, . i
, Khrushchev, who had Been re
ported abroad to be ill. aoneared
hale and hearty. He chatted and
bantered with other officials on
the station platform while Voro-
shiiQv i special, traui was pulling
,( 7" '"'v t.Wfsi
Two US Fliers :
Rescued From Sea
Off North Japan
TWO IT S.; Air Virt xfti,. ...l.
parachuted from their cripped jet
l trainer plane into tha Pacific o o-icean
icean o-icean off northern Japan yester-
u Vere rescued less man two
hours later by an Air Force heli-
cwici -..i- ... ...
! Firtt Lis. John L frsnce Den Denver.
ver. Denver. Coin., and RnnaM B Sloff
Hatfield, Pa., werev reported in
good condition at the 11th evacua evacuation
tion evacuation hospital here.
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It's a slape-malcing Success ; ; ,'"' 't-vf,'- ' ',
Formfit's so-corafortable "LifeRomanee",' jj ji.
Strapless. The secret?. Fabulous pew
; "cuddle-Uy,., that gently lifts and ?X f
holds you to perfection. Just t- I- X R i I
as pretty as it is comfortable, f
' for it's embroidered ylon V
chiffon and elasticired - ;
marquisette. Come in, be fitted i
today for all of your. -s ; ,r
; .bare-shouldered fashions. r ;-.
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, PANAMA -COLON i,
J 4 ',.
HART, Mich. .(UP)-The cily
council quickly turned down two
applications it received from per
sons who want to be city manager
here. One came from a man in
Germany who asked the city to
pay his transportation here for
an Interview. The other came
from a patient in an Illinois men mental
tal mental hospital.
' & J
deserves the best!...
For relief of skin irritations and prickly
Keat. . For protection of his refreshing,
comfort. . MEXSANA POWDER.
are subject to prickly heat...
i. skin rashes. chafe. .. skin
' irritation and itching feet.
Who has tried Mexsana
VJ Medicated Powder con-7-4
firms that it is smoother
because of its starch base. That is why it is
more cooling and gives more relief.
1 : DEODORANT
! Acts Lihs tte
ly Fin.oft,de!igbtful-ly fratrant Cuticura
Talcum eoataina da
OunH I dorant antiwptie
phano). Kaapa tha '-1
alcia frsh aad awaaL
Provaata. raliavaa I
boat and diapoa raah,
foot irritatiaBa. Rnvl I
Dorothy Chase ;
. rormer Ballerina and Radio City Rockette ", also, active
member of the Dance Masters of-America, will re-open
her studio at the Balboa Y.M.C.A. .on September 4th
Schedule will Include classes for all agea from pre-school
tots to women'a claases., : i
BALLET,. TAP, TOE AND RHYTHMIC EXERCISES
Registrations will be held Wednesday and Thursday,
Aug. 29 it 30 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at residence 744A1
Las Crucea St., Balboa. C Z. ." .
1 "For farther Information Phone Balboa 1751
TOMORnOW NIGHT-ANOTIIEfl PnESENTATIO'i
of "LOS TRES ASES" and LUCERO AGUILAR
of EL RANCHO GARDEN
... ... .. W"
4 4 HIGHS k
1 f Mat
I J I U II volatility to live you instant starts
The juices of S different, (ardea
', freah vegetablee are blended iota
Ibia famoui drink, Voungtert lova)
: tta lively flavor, and thrive oa ite
(oodoeM. At meal meal-'
' meal-' time or between
' aoaala V-8 fiv.a
'them tha refreih refreih-"."kaent
"."kaent refreih-"."kaent tbay want,
aad the nourish-
Bent they need.
I tfaaa leaariMns paaala who M 1
power to breeze yon Bp the tuHj
HIGH wti-kmck to fhra velvet smoothness
HIGH mileajitoi you savings'
VOUR TEXACO DEALER
Deanee,' Aged I years and ? months.
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. a child of 5 can operate it;,.V,
Wliv firtt trv iV von reel f and acei.'. So'
FFAff AUTOMATIC, yoii just Dial-For-Style. b ,V
4) ; your PFAFF Jo the rpst. Trudy the ;' ;
Tha only" Truely easiest gewinjr, fver.,-Ask about our free
Preciaion Sewing Macnint 4
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SEE A DEMONSTRATION TODAY r .....
Tha Hnima of Onalitv ' ''.'
(Formerly Philippina Rattan Furnitura)
4th of July Ave. At tha aign of the Clock Tel.. 2-2181,
paxama amtsica as rrormErrT tAT rrrsmra
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
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LIBRERIA PRECIADO LOURDES PHARMACY ; LEWIS SERVICE v 1 HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE FARMACIA EL BATURRO
f Street No. 11 IttUCamHiUU -'-.;V imtlwlfcl; ,,l,0"mlltt lee Wevie I afreet JUMJ.IUII
'Actncitt Internal. de PubltetetonM r ; FARMACIA LOMBARDO FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1D0S FOTO DOMY ; FARMACIA "SAS : rnn
h.i utttrr run -r street taint Ave., x iniwmnmriBW ;:.'';;tiihnm. Jut
CASA ZALDO I MORRISON H FARMACIA LUX ;,'. FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS NOVEDADES ATHI3 ; - 12 tTOTill 1
Central Am a 4th l Mr Ave. Alft l4 Central Avcamo II Street a Yta bei. Am X viU J
. XklC kinds);;
; JIM RIDGE
Phone Puftamt -05M
tyrlte Box I Balboa. Ci
Hours, 8 to 12. 1.M 1
Saturdays .m. to noon.
titer hours Pan- 8-7050
1 Educational, Life.
Automobile. Fire, etc.
FOR SALE.- Double bad, inner inner-spring
spring inner-spring mattress $30. Call Balboa
FOR SALE: Baby crib excellent
condition $25. House 29 Fifth
St., New Cristobal.
TT7kiceDTT BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shipped Move
Phones 1-2451 riAI
- J Laam Ridim ,-,
; PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jypi clMf,,('i,1'
H,5 a.m. Phene 2-i5I
r by appotnrmem.
(gassier popular and law
. -.. music. ;
. DIAZ AGENCY 'V
'Street No. A-TeL J-1596
;Open until 7:00 P i
V ItnM ton'
McUvr MKninra, ""--
.. 11.1k aula aaa lmaia
Dr. sKMUll? arasii -t--
CANAL ZONE TEEN-AGER
nark to tchool with a smart
A pin eurl -wave yotf can ;
Y.M.C.A Bes y Saloa
Bus Carrying Ball
Al Osorio Injured
-.' ; 'i: -v
WALSENBURQ, Colorado, Aug.
28 (UP) A special bus carry carrying
ing carrying the Albuquerque Dukes base baseball
ball baseball team overturned on a high highway
way highway detour five miles west of
Walsenburg early, yesterday, and
19 playerg were Injured.
Manager Bob' Swift of the
Class A Western League team
-said the most seriously Injured
players were Al Osorio, a
pitcher, and right fielder Ke
Van De Hey. Osorio suffered a
hip injury and Van De Hey
also had a leg injured. v
Swift telephoned league pres president
ident president Earl Hobby, who cancelled
the first game of Albuquerque's
scheduled doubleheader at Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo last night. However, Swift
doubted either game; would be
The team manager said every everyone
one everyone aboard the bus was bruised
and shaken up. In addition, four
pitchers suffered other injuries.
Righthander Dick Drilling had
a d i a 1 o c a ted right shoulder,
Tom Loverich received a cut a a-bove
bove a-bove his, right eye and Ted
Shandor' suffered chest injuries.
.Another pitcher, Reggie Lee,
suffered a bruised hip.
The Dukes left Albuquerque
shortly after midnight yester yesterday
day yesterday following two games
Which they lost to Amarillo.
The bus hit loose gravel on a
culvert and flipped on its side
about six' hours -'after the
team had been on the road.
Swift thought every team.
member would be released from
the hospital except Osorio and
van De Hey. .
FOR SALE: '55 Germa Ford,
w-s-w tires, radio, like new,
fives 35 mpg. Phone Coco Solo
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Super,
w-s-w tires, radio, heater, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, $700. Phone Co Coco
co Coco Solo 351;
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Conver Convertible
tible Convertible (Sunliner). Radio, under-'
coat, turn'signals, new top, new
tires, excellent condition, $950.
May be seen at 65 Mexico Ave-
nue (Apt. 4).1 or call 82-2110.
FOR SALE ''52 Dodge 4-door,
radio, luggage rack, $650. Mi Mi-chaelia,
chaelia, Mi-chaelia, Balboa 2821 or 3079.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford V-S, 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. $375.. Phone Balboa 2-
FOR SALE -1954 Ford Custom
: "V-8, 4-door Fordomatic, w-i-w,
' radio. Phone Balboa 2641.
FOR SALE -'54 Mercury Mon Monterrey
terrey Monterrey 2-tone. Call after 17 hre.
FOR SALE; 1 940 Plymouth
convertible, excellent .condition,
.good tires and hydraulic top. Call
FOR SALE: 1955 Dodge Royal
V-8, automatic transmission, w-s-w
tires, radio. Apt. 48-G, Ce-
CO SoMto. ;.' -'
Painling By Female
On View Al JVB J
Paintings of Rosa E. Palaclo
will be on exhibit in the Art Gal
lery of the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service center until
sept. 15, It was announced yes
Miss Palacio, for seven years
chief architect of the former
Panama Urbanization Bank, is
a ta-aauate oi tne university or
Washington in Seattle, and has
oeen a practicing architect lo locally
cally locally for many years,' and was
recently selected president of
tne newiy-iormed Soroptlmlst
Club of Panama.
On display will be water colors
made during the artist's travels
in Europe while she was engag engaged
ed engaged in the diplomatic service of
BOX 2031, ANCON. CZ..
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
FOR SALE. Three Red Finches
to cross with canary and breed'!
red canaries. Phone Panama 3 3-1292.
1292. 3-1292. -t.'.
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Wire-haired Fox, Terrier; Choice
mala," five weeks. : Navy '2518..
FOR SALE: One 25-gallon gas
water heater "Hotstream." Call
Panama 3-0710 V
FOR SALE -Cello bow, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, sterling j wrap.
Phone Balboa .4442. i
FOR SALE: Pocket billiard ta table
ble table $2 5;-Condition poor but usa usable.
ble. usable. Oistobal YMCA-tlSO. 1
FOR SALE. 1955 Praktiflex 35
mm. camera, f 1. 9 lens, case and
filter $.105; 2 x 3 'Aa Speed
Graphic, old, flash ua $45;
'24x34 onlarger, Federal, no
lens $15. Call 2-1335 or 0840 0840-B,
B, 0840-B, Acacia PL, Balboa Road.
ATTENTION Lt Just built,
, modem feraisbod aaNirtmeati, I, '.
2 bed roe me, bet, 'cold we tie.
Phone rename 8-494
FOR RENT. Furnished modem
apartments, screened, military in in-s
s in-s peered, one and two bedrooms,
5 minutes from Zone Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-3065.
; FOR RENT: Furnishae apart-
menta, $65 end $55. Military
.inspected. Via Perras 99.' Phone :
3-2068. ; r-
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment, living room,
dining room, 2 bedrooms, stove,
refrigerator. 43rd Street No. 64.
FOR RENT: Freshly-painted
living room, bedroom, kitchen kitchen-dinette.
dinette. kitchen-dinette. Calle Darien "No. 14-21,
next street from 4th Jury Ave.
James Farley Is
From Operation .
. Kf.V YORK- Au. W (UP)
fftrmor Pnxtmaiter Gen. James A.
Farley was reported steadily 1m 1m-.
. 1m-. proving yesterday from an eye t
pcjrauon, lie wiu us uuapii.atii.Eu
for two to three weeks, a spokes
Farlev. 68. was iniured at the
Democratic National Convention
when a thrown placard struck him
In the right eye.
From !. Carolina
COLUMBIA, S.C., Aug. 28 (UP)
Insurgents bolted from the South
Carolina Democratic Partv anrl tn.
day set out to get an independent!
siaie ot electors on tne November
general election ballot.
Some 50 delegates who nh1pitrl
to a unity stand adoDted bv the
" icmuuouu -vuiiviiuun yes-i.T r. L.
trH mat ftr,orH n irfir;. Etuine.,uw manogany ana
nisht'session and Tnecirlerl to workers, led by a ?2-year-
154 Willys Station Wajon
'w rood condition. Price
$,500 easy terms. Call
fisenmann, phone .2-4505.
Workers Call Olf -'W
i CHETUMAL, Mexico, -Aug. 28-
Rain: For Tickcls
To Russian Balle.
LONDON. Aug. 28 (UP) De
termination paid off yesterday for
hundreds of ballet enthusiasts who
endured four days of rain and
chill to buy tickets for the London
performances of tne Russian Bal
To Americans, the scene around
the Royal Oper House in Covent
Garden resembled the early bird
lineup of bleacher fans for 'the
world "series, '.'.'"
Crowds bean lininc un Thurs
day for tickets for the Bolshoi Bal Ballet
let Ballet opening on Oct. 3. When the
box office opened today, the line
stretched on all sides of the huge
opera bouse one of tne longest
theater queues in recent London
memory. v ,
But for the ballet fans, esser to
compare Russia's famed balleri
na Uianova with their own Margotl
ronteyn, tne long wait was worth'
while. -1 .'. 1
ihev waited sauentlv In some
of the worst August weather in
years. Rain fell throughout the
weekend and temperatures were
unseasonably low. Some sheltered
under tents but others were pro
tected oniy -ny umDreuas.
DORESE WAITES SCHOOL OF
DANCING reopening September
4th. Registration August 30th,
31st 10:00 to 5:00; Septem September
ber September 1st 9:00 to 12:00. Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Club (upstairs). Residence
Ann tattin School of Dancing.
Opening 6th Term Sept, 4th in
Cocoli. Registration Aug. 28fli
and 30th, 2 to 5 p.m. Free pres presentation
entation presentation of "Little Show" of
: summer vacation classes en Aug.
31, 7 p.m. Cocoli Clubhouse
Studio. Residence phone Balboa
CURUNDU: Ann Lattin School
: of Dance beginning new term
, Sept. 6th. Registration Sept. 3rd,
.3 to 5 p.m. New Teenage Club
building. Phone Balboa 2-4415.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED. Smooth tires, ; suit suitable
able suitable for reconstruction. "Recon "Recon-structora
structora "Recon-structora Nacwnal," Per Ave,
No. 7, Phone 2-0406.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
. room in best residential section.
Cooking facilities. 43rd Street
Xo. 13. :-'.;v : ,, :
FOR RENT: Room with separ separata
ata separata kitchen and bathroom. Via
Perras No. 64. Tel. 3-1863.
FOR RENT. Furnished room to
American bachelor or European.
Estudianta Street, bouse 14-29.
apartment 3,' anytime.
HOUSE REQUIRED: English
family wish to rent house in
good residential area with living
room,. dining room, 2-3 bed-,
; rooms,' bathroom, with hot and
cold water, kitchen, garf
carport, fenced garden. Phone
2-1956, B a.m.-4 p.m'.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beech house. One mite part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ocoeaaioe Cottagce.
CU 435. Belbel:
Baldwin'a furnished apartment
t Santa Clare Beech. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone SmSfh, Balboa 3681.
WANTED: Experienced book-
keeper, Spanisb-ERgliih, .'Apply 1
Bex 3205, Panama, R.P. w
WANTED: Good Uundrese.
47th Street, house, i. Apt 5.
With recommendation. ,4'; v
Democratic Candidate For Governor
Involved In Welfare Fund Scand:l;
Young couple, no children, with with-.
. with-. es to rent vacation quarters be beginning
ginning beginning October 1st. Phone Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 2150 between 7 and 3:30
SICL7ITIES IN PAMAMA
from the party. They said theyj
would announce; their slate of e-
The. insurgents, calling them
selves "South Carolinians for in
dependent es 1 e c t o r s," has the1
seemingly impossible task Vf ob
taining 10,000 signatures in 11 days
on a petiuon tor a spot on tne bal ballot,
lot, ballot, , -
They, will get no help from the
regular Democrats,, who in 1952
tacitly endorsed the-South Caroli
nians for- Eisenhower' movement
and opened the door to independ independent
ent independent voting. The Republicans al almost
most almost carried the state.
But the convention yesterday
narrowly voted down resolutions
to open the door to insurrection a-
gain in 1956.
Gov. George Bell Timmerman
Jr. said, "I do not believe we are
prepared to sever our connection
with the national party." and
majority-oi me cunvemun leu. on
. Qaetarleno by v
r AlUi lUTD&H aV ASSOOATtl '"
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Banot ndotlarlai .. 411
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Cemente Panam 71
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Pret with Com.
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old Indian chief, abandoned a six-
day "siege, of tne territorial Ca Capitol
pitol Capitol here today when they were
assured that President Adolfo
Ruiz Cortines will "solve the sit situation"
uation" situation" 'that aroused their pro protests.
tests. protests. "; "Vi'.-'v,? I
Unofficial sources said Rulzr so
lution probably will be to demand
the resignation of Gov. Margari Margarita
ta Margarita Ramirez of Quintana- Roo Ter Territory,
ritory, Territory, whose policies aroused the
woreers' wrath.' .,
The President Is not expected to
act until early next month, after
he has delivered his state of the
nation address to congress.
me workers. .ied bv "Gen."
Francisco May, a Mayan tribal
cniei who once led a rebellion a-
gainst the national government
had accused Ramirez of "tyran-
ny" and of withholding funds .paid
by American companies for maho
gany and chicle produced in Qiun
tana ,Roo. : 'Vyi..r ;
A federal commission which In
vestigated the charges has not yet
reported us unaings.
United states op America
v Canal Zone
. United States District Court Por
. The District of The Canal Zona ., i
Division of Balboa
Krneato' Arriola. Plaintiff vs. Bonnie
lee Arriola, Defendant. Summons Case
No. 4366. ClvU Socket 1U Action lor
,To the above-namMl defendant:
' You are hereby required to apoear and
answer tne complaint filed in tne above.
entitled action within ninety daya after
tne nrst aate oi puoiicauon.
- In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a-
gainn you ny aetauit lor ine reiiei ae ae-manded
manded ae-manded In the complaint
Witness the Honorable Guthrie P.
Crower. Judge,' United States District
Court for the District ot the Canal Zone,
this August 13, 1856.
C. T. McCormkk, Jr.
'-j .. Clerk.,;.. .
By sLeis E. Harrison
To Bonnie Lee Arriola:
The foregoing summons la served up.
on you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie P. Crowe,
Judge, United States District Court for
tne District or tne canal tone, oaieo
August 10, 1958, and entered and filed
in this action In the office of the Clerk
of said United Slates District Court for
the Division of Balboa, on August 10.
' C T. McCormick, Jr.
By sLote E. Harrison
. ...... Deputy Clerk ..
FOR RENT: Concrete chalet: I
bedrooms, recently pointed, large
kitchen, many closets, modern
i bathroom, 2 perches, hot water,
r maid's room with bath, garage,
fenced yard, good neighbors. Via
Held For Deelh
01 Young Baby
NEW HAVEN', Co...' Aug. 28
(UP) A pediatric nurse was ques questioned
tioned questioned yesterday about the fatal
beating of an 11-day-old girl and
the "sudden deaths" of other chil children
dren children in her care during the past
seven years. i """
Virginia B. Jaspers, 83, of East
Haven, was held without bond. I
Police Chief Francis V. Mc-Man-
us said Miss Jaspers admitted
shaking the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Kapsinow last Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. He. said Miss Jaspers told
him the child refused to take its
McManus said Miss Jaspers al
so was questioned on the-"sudden
deaths of several other infants in
her care during the past seven
years." He added that all records
of babies under her care are being
checked back to the time wnen
she first qualified as a pediatric
nurse. : -" -:
- McManus said the Kapsinow ba baby
by baby died five days ago of injuries
to the head and body. A police
investigation was ordered Friday
by Coroner James J. Corrigan af after
ter after the medical examiner notified
him of the suspicious circumstance
of the infant s death.-":; -rrr"
Sen. Daniel Sure
Winner In Texas
DALLAS, Tex., Aug," 28 (UP) (UP)-Sen.
Sen. (UP)-Sen. Price Daniel appeared a cer certain
tain certain winner today in the governor's
race, assuring Texas of continued
conservative leadership for the
next two vears.
Final unofficial Tetiirns issued
late yesterday from Saturday's
Democratic runoff gave Daniel a
3,547 vote lead over Austin attor attorney
ney attorney Ralph Yarborough. The totals
showed Daniel .with 698,125 to 694, 694,-578
578 694,-578 for Yarborough. '
Daniel may have a Republican
opponent in the November general
election, out tne uemocrauc nomi nomination
nation nomination virtually assures his being
the successor to Gov. Allan Shw-
an. who declined to run again.
Hnth Daniel and Shivers voted
Renuhlican in 1952. and so did Tex
as, when Adlai Stevenson refused
to back the state's claim to iU tide tide-lands.
lands. tide-lands. J,J--"'
The 'Liberal" versus "Conserve
ative" theme was the battle cry
in the bitter Yarborough-Da n i e 1
campaign. Yarborough said he .wasJ
the only "Democrat" in the race,
US Imports Up
In Month Of July
'WASHINGTON. Aug. 28 (UP)
U.S: imports totaled $1,044,000,000
in July, slightly more than the 12, 12,-032,000,000
032,000,000 12,-032,000,000 in June, the Census
Bureau reported yesterday.
.The July imports were 18 per
Cent above those of July 1955.
Filled For Trips
Over Labor Day
Few Vacancies Left Per
USO-JWB Low-cost Leber Day
i tteservanons tor'ine LaDor uy
weekend trips offered by the PaH
nama Tourist Bureau through the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center, are rapidly being filled.
Only nine, vacancies remained yes yesterday
terday yesterday for the entire series of
trips. ; (
CHICAGO. Aug. '28 (UP) Her-1
bert C. Paschen, Illinois' Demo
cratic candidate for governor, was
on the verge of bowing out of the
election yesterday 24 hours before
he was to go before a grand jury.
Paschen, who is nOw the Cook
country Chicago treasurer, must
answer questions : today about a
"welfare fund in his office. The
grand jury is investigating charg
es that banks kicked into tne
fund and the money was sued for
political purposes. .! t
The Democratic leader, who is
matched against Republican Gov.'
William Stratton in the fall elec
tion, promised a decision today or
tomorrow on whether he will in
sist on sticking in the race or will
"One minute I feel like con continuing
tinuing continuing and then the next minute
I think 1 ought to withdrew," the
harried candidate; said. ''Politics,
is a rough business." ?
It was reported that party big
wigs, led by Chicago Mayor Rich
ard J. Daley, are nutting pressure
on Paschen to get off the ballot
so they can pick a new candidate.
They were worried over, wheth
er Paschen's troubles would hurt
the chances of Adlai E. Stevenson,
uemocrauc presidenual '. candi
date, of making a good showing
in his native Illinois, .They also
Jfeared the investigation would
hurt party chances of cashing in
on the Orville Hodge scandal
in the Republican ranks. ;
Both the Hodge and .Paschen
cases sprang from disclosures' by
The excursions include the fol-i
a) A special three-day boat trip
to the San Bias islands over the
long weekened of Sept 1-3. Visits
will be made to the ancient Altlao-
tic terminus town of Portobelo, the
port city of the "Black Christ"
and to white Beach on the Orange
Keys, near Isla Grande for swim
ming and picnicking. Isla Gran
de is the protective island for
ships entering the Canala. ; ?
1 b) Another weekend trio for) La
bor Day excursion enthusiasts will
be a three-day boat trip to the Da Darien
rien Darien country, near the Colombian
border. The boat will glide up the
sambu River to the village of Sa
balo. Fishing gear will be provid
ed lor me pezseeKers. An along-
the way stop-off will allow the
launchers to vist the 40-island
Perlas archipelago, where Indiana
live mainly on coconuts and dive
for pearls for fun and occasional
The fee for each of the two
weekend excursions includes
meals and sleeping facilities.
c) Through special arrange arrange-ements
ements arrange-ements with COPA airlines, an
out-of-the-country. two-day. all-ex
pense tour is presented for "rich
coast" sight-seers on Sept 2 and
3. The trip to Costa Rica includes
one day m ban Jose; and the sec second
ond second in the mountain region visit visiting
ing visiting the famed church city of Car Car-tago
tago Car-tago and the Volvan Irazu.
Reservations for the seat-limited
tours cad be made by call calling
ing calling the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Center, Balboa, 4321, Monday
through Friday between the hours
of 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 and 1:30 to
4 p,m.. ...
The Chicago' Dailv' News broker
the Hodge scanaal by revealing
that the Republican state auditor,
candidate for reelection, had
been cashing phony state checks.
Federal and state investigations
revealed the GOP politician had
embezzled about one million dol
lars of the state's money, i
Hodge was forced from t he
ticket end last Monday was sen i
fenced to. a 12-1S year term in
state prison. But ust as the
Democrats started to explelt
the Hedge, scandal, the Chicago
Sun-Time began ts reveal t-;
ings-en m Paschen's office, ;
The Sun-Times disclosures start
ed an investigation Into whether
bankers had to contribute to Pas
chen's welfare' fund in return for
county money deposited with
them. Investigators also sought, to
discover' whether the-welfare fund
helped finance Paschen's cam-
paigns.' v. -f : ',,
Paschen fired two of the fund a
administrators.' Deputy Treasurer
John E. Sullivan and chief person-'
nel clerk John W. F. Smith.. Sulli-
van had already become indirect indirectly
ly indirectly involved, in the Hodge, scandal,
since he served for "a while as
president of a bank' while'.the ex-
autlitor was buying into .', v' ;
Then State's Attornev. Jolin Gut-
knecht, a-Jellow Dnwrat,: an
nounced he would call I it 1
fore-the county giiiJ jiv. Fmt Fmt-chen
chen Fmt-chen said he will appear voluntary
iiy. . : j
He insisted the welfare fund is issue
sue issue had been 1 "misrepresented''
and that his actions had been pro proper
per proper and ethical.- t r t
"DRILL" SERGEANT Going to the "dentistis easier
; tolerate when said dentist is an attractive blonde.? At Akrotirl
Hospital on Cyprus, a British soldier opens his mouth, wide,
giving fellow-sergeant Ryan of the RAF Nursing Service a
good look at his molars.
Big Surplus Sale
The Property Disposal Office
at Corozal today announced an another
other another big sale of surplus govern government
ment government property on Sept. 17. The
sale opens at 9 a.m. in Building
706, Corozal .
Items for sale include" house household
hold household merchandise such as re refrigerators
frigerators refrigerators s, and an electric
range. Household furnishings
include several chairs with arms,
a setttee, two-door buffets,
three-drawer dressers, glass mir mirrors
rors mirrors and pillows.
Other surplus goods are type typewriters,
writers, typewriters, typewriter desks,' add adding
ing adding machines, chemical supplies,
an electric motor and used med medical
ical medical books.
These items are on display at
Building 713, CorozaL They may
ge inspected between 7:30 and
11:30 a.m. and 1 and 3:30 p.m.i
any day ot the week except hol holidays,
idays, holidays, from now until Sept. 14.
For further information call
-k ," ". t t ,.- :-i ;, -v;
1. $200.00 (Accumulated) 2.$6C0.C3 (Accumulated) 3. SH0.C3
t TOTAU1.240.C3 r
end all reads' d ,rVi:::C0LA ULUM L3 imZ (H?JP
j Corozal 4149.
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"I'm In here; fee'
MOMS r TV RADIO
by Erekine Johnson
Erskine Johnson Is on vacation.
rjurlno hit absence, noted movie
and television personalities will
bat for him with ouost columns,
Today's column is by uesi Arnx.i
V, ,.:;.:," I
, HOLLYWOOD r (NEA) One
of the crosses a-good nusDanu
must bear through ute urine neea
to cVrxy "oriMhe "illusion' that his
wife is giving att in', their mar-'
riage.- t, r f
Nothing 'makes1 a woman so
happy as to think' that she is
making a martyr, of herself for
the-, love- of a man It Is one of
life's little jokes We men have
made a gentleman's agreement to,
carry voh tacitly. y X. j
But ; when me enip. .'
Ever red-blooded man knows it
ip.b'i iv mattpr of temperature
M.trnrat nieht .": how many,
and the tally Is counted who Is jjjftol It necessary to koep a houe
after all who gives and siveiTj from looking lived-in? Why can't
-v ,T it tn
. ... ..thor than challenge the
right of the' wife .to discomfort?
If she wants to risk pneumonia in
the mornmg, woo wuum
annnoh to' say: 'Wait,
donVoe" foolish. Let', keep the
room, at room tempera ure'7 J He
hist aently tosses the icicles put.
of his bed. and burrows-suenuy.
but not sullenly, deeper Into his
bed clothes and suffers in- silence
Jmd What Man has not endured
Jn siUnce "his.J.wife' toeemy
lefa-be-pails-on-the-fairway.. 'f attt attt-ludt?hr
ludt?hr attt-ludt?hr does:, nan Ihuik
she has to u up r
vinced a iild : interest in thein
kaaqiicb npi iiuovsiuu
nnrt? Does.she ave w
along .onvcry. usnmg :
I guess; she .thmks she l
f j mm are the. tnmim-
men have allowed meuiswvcs 'nni iimr
arable times k husband has flivoni((ught M j& t0 hj. Mnft
up a ehtriihedlplan 'humor- about ourselves
i k mountain besiati. . a.
a lake JMninr with- tender "O"1'
lust te, 'Moisk a thanes
" 1.: L. nan ud Before
.'her. now duds. 0,r" ,"
mobof oglor." at-a jn''-i,uirrtl
tveri timesas m any -time. at no
;rf oglors JiWi;!,sl
I whore, everybody fy
wobld at homo? .-.
Hip Injury : Worries Pinza
More Than His Heart Attack
a Y If ft T l'lTTf A 1 1 a 1 v.
4,7Tm (UPl -A comparative Mrs. Pinza quoted a physician
minor hip injury Is causing opera as saying. :t m.ght have been a,
er and matinee idol Eao Pm- good thing he hurt his hip at the,
L mote doSt d worry time of the heart attack. "Other "Other-tba
tba "Other-tba ? mKart atUck he sui- wise he. would probably be out nd-
fed frlday, hli wile said last ing a bicycle." -!oht
' Mrs. Pinza saiJ she and the
- ura Boris Pinza said her 64- singer would return to New York,
year-old husband cU
KiesViufhS 5gM oTws'
' Em X-rays scheduled lor today
u-fiV expected I to reveal whether
..; vina't mp-bone was chipped.
'Z! I .il. .h msc k.
theatricaT stardom as the middle-: was taking pills for. h.s heart coo coo-KtotlrTthe
KtotlrTthe coo-KtotlrTthe Mt Zn
Ilea' "South Pacilic," injured the armchair a their vacation villa,
hio in a fail on the floor of his ..
Stted bathroom here.iday.' -He is eeung so much b.tte
. i"Wa are not sure wneiner ure . .v r. --- -"
heart atuck caused the fall or stabbing pams m Ws ; legs when when-:
: when-: vice versa," his wife said. ever he tries t walk.
1 Sne announced that the singer ; ..nnM AT LAST
viould be forced to cancel aU pro- BLOOM AT last
fcssional engagements "at least .rAri,c0M wis.' (UP) Mrs.
until; next winter. Hu conditio ,7,1 Son. h
uas forced him to step out of the ,. iani prowins in her
fading role in a straight drama d ad honie.Jbut one haa fce fce-"A
"A fce-"A Very Special Baby which Jome hcr favorite. A cacius she
due for rehearsals Sept. 17.
"J!-jsicians did not appear wor
T l VOL
. and -THE
' with -ANNE
' JEFF CHANDLER
I Do 'we complain? Hardly.' We
imay protest a little weakiv. but
only to carry along the illusion of
which, y wrote' in the beginning of
And Another ; Thinj: why is it
women are always changing
styles: the style of their harido,
the clothes they wear, 'the1 decor
i iiii-ir nomesr nicn are crea creatures
tures creatures of" good "habits and" if thev
find' a -hairdo they like on their
wives, a comfortable c h a i r or
just enough skirtline to make .it
interesting.- they'll stick bv it for
ever and a day. Like a good, conv
fortable, well-broken-in hat. Why
iiiunge, wnen it nas taken ten
years to make it exactly right?
s tor nomo lire, why does Mom
a men settle down with a pipe and
suppers ano toss a few ashes
around, or drop the paper where
it lies? What's
home for, for
U I I 4
And how manv lonc-miffprina
husbands have said nothing about
a woman and her complete dis disregard
regard disregard for time and schedules?
Think, of the endless hours spent
in the Useless occupation of killing
time while the Missus swirls a
curj, or models her jewelry, or
changes the shape of her lip line.
And hubby stifles a yawn, or sits
in calm silence, willing to wait
I Ask You, who really gives, in
All of the experience I h a v e
gained in making this, treatise, of
course, comes irpm, ODservations
of others, things I have heard my
; friends say, and. complaints gar-
foni an maiI
Lucy is the one 1a a
whom none. of this applies. And
we all know, I love Lucy. I'
On of the things our show nasi'
,11 else fails, try laughing
yoorMwt, at (Lucy and have
, 1. 1.... l. 4.
Hno Nothino la serious, enough to
Love, we have found,
. 1'ht(!, ,-;
quarrel about endlessly.
inye. ye have loundi comes
rlpd about the sineer's heart.
She denied that she originally
cabled New York producer David
Susrtind that Pinza never would
be able to woik again.
- ., llrS,Ptoi said her husband
jhas had for 25 years bloomed re
Cently for the first time.
Sensational European Doublet
' Thelovely Italian actress!
'Sophia Loren, In
LASTIMA QUE SEA TAN
- and -.
; CASA SPAGNA
840 kcs., Panama Gty
Today, Tuesday, Aug. 21
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
5:35-What's Your Favorite
at.ftA e 11 Art Ta nlrtnrt fMetnrat
6:15-BLUE RIBBON 8PORTS' "J the meaty part, in
REVHWXPabst Beerl Tennessee Williams' prize-winning
1:30 On sta g e A m e r i c a
7:00 Interlude For Music
7:15-HOW CHRISTIAN SCI SCIENCE
ENCE SCIENCE HEALS
7:30 VOA Report From UJJ.
8:00-World Of Jazz (
8:30 Life With The Lyons
9:00 You Asked For It re-
quests takeq by phone
, till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11 :00 Concert Under The Star
Tomorrow, Wednesday, Aug. 29
A.M. : ..l,t.vA'T ..'.-''.t 'v.-.;:
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club, (requests taken by
-: phone till 7:00)
.jo Morning baion uonce i
8:15-Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News - 1
9:16 Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Stai-Tlmi
10:00 News j I
10:15 Spins and Needles
quests taken by phone
till 8:30) ftt) ,'. t
11:00 News 1
11 :05-pins and NedJ
11:30 Meet The Entertainer.
12:00 News- --.'
12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies ''-12:15-M
E L A C H RINO MUSI-
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45-French In The Air
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Music For You
3:00 Hank snow And His
t Ralnbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Wednesday
,4:00 Feature Review
, (requests t a k n by: Thcre'd be a real treat if Mar Mar-phone
phone Mar-phone till 3:00) ; jorje Steele played that. She's one
5:30 News V" lof fine young actresses on the
a. a wiiHiv xuur r t o r 1 1 f
6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
j ; Program
: 15 BLUE RIBBON 8PORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Been
6:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00 Halls Of Ivy
.7:30 VOA Report From US.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater
8:00 You Asked For It
inest. toimn m ,--1
-1 mtj w
10:30 Cavalcade Of America 'x
11:00 concert under The Stan
FARMING BRINGS ACHES
HARTFORD, Conn (UP) I
ine Connecticut tnapter of the
Arthritis and Rheumatism Foun Foundation
dation Foundation says farmers work too hard.
The .experts said farmers develop
arthritis more than any other oc-
cunaiiraiBi crnim. nrnanei riraiiaai
HI 1 Z iv r 7 r "rv":":,iars scncauiea on regular oasis,
of.Iong spelJjof outdoor work with- th(?yre not apectacular any more.
Wvpr m. iuui.uflt.uH r
farmer a 'warm nn'1 In tf
0.60 TODAY 0.40
Great Fortune Night
Be one of the Luckv Winners
of these Cah Prizes! ;
1st Prizs 51P.0
- On the Screen: :
GREAT DOUBLE FEATURE
SuperScope & Technicolor
,. Claudette Colbert In
Margaret O'Brien in
with John Wayne
Actress Mar jorie Steele
Wants Her Television Live
By DICK KLEINER
v NEW YORK -1(NEA)-Marirl
aieeie, me tan and talented ac
tress now playing the lead in "Cat
On a Hot Tin -Roof," gives you
the stage- actor's point of view
about live vs. filmed TV
"I like live. It's closer to the
audience.. On the stage, you're in
direct contact with the audience.
Put a TV camera in front and
you re once removed. That's bad
enough, But put it on film and
you're twice removed. There's
hardly any contact left at all;
you're acting in a vacuum."
Marjorie, who replaced Barbara
play, u looking forward to (some
Grade A personal contact next
wmter. That's when "Cat" will
probably close in New York and
take to the road. This could be
interesting, since the play, is a
controversial one and Is bound to
stir up a fuss here and there.
" 'Car is like a Rorschach test,"
Miss Steele says, referring to the
famous psychological ink-blot test,
in which people toil what pictures
vague ink blots conjure up. "You
can tell a lot about people from
their reaction to the play.
"I was shocked when I taw It
first, myself. But that was early
in the run and there were some
things in it thathave since been
changed. Now it doesn't seem bad
at all. But the other night, when
I took off my dress and I wear
a very modest slip underneath I
.- -,B hhu hit ar .h
-Iwaiiked out and I was worried that
gomethinit had happened to my
sj0. But it was iust that woman-
she didn't like it."
She confidently ; expects there'll!
be a lot of gasps around the na nation
tion nation when playgoers outside New
York get their first look at "Cat."
You might think from all this
that the chances of seeing "Cat
On .Hot Tin Roof" on fV ( are
slim. They are but not out of the
question. The play has been "trans
lated into English" rewritten
for the more delicate English au
diencesand eventually this i.ng-
link unrrinn Mtirvltt tin A Urn tuaw
It takes all kinds to make TV.
It takes, for example, Brefaiont
WlnJii.t. a vvtpran Rrnnriwav f.i-
rector who is currently directing
Kay Starr in an original musical
"The Lord Don't Play Favorites,"
scheduled for NBC-TV on Sept. 17.
W i n d u s t, for the preliminary
readings, felt that he'd like to
work in a place that would be
. ; 'J
(re-Uu,t ? '" sy ":Ul' "tua re:
nearsai nan wui oe. bo ne nu-ea
a reconverted store, left the iront
door open, encouraged passersby
to stare and make comments. ;
Kay Starr's reaction: "I'll ad admit
mit admit it's different."; ;
One of the higher-ups In. the
high-up TV network executive de department
partment department has this indictment of
spectaculars: ? x
"When they started, spectacu spectaculars
lars spectaculars were something better than
the average. They were something)
oucvieiii .avu ssvvt
special. But now, with spectacu
- s..aj t.-j
wrve outwiuea ourselves.",
Audrey Meadows, the newly-wed.
lives in Virginia with her husband. I
In the fall, when the Jackie trea treason
son treason Show comes back, she'll com commute.
mute. commute. But during the summer,
Sfowinj At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight
BALBOA Air Conditioned 6:15 & 7:45
Tomorrow & Thursday "COUNT THREE AND PRAY'V
6:15 ft 7:50
6:15 ft 7:45
PARAISO "Every Minute Counts" ft "Slightly Scarlet"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 ft 8:10 "Three Stripes In The Sun"
CAMP BIERD Judy Holliday "BORN YESTERDAY"
VICT OR I A
IT A N H Of
- Also: -RIDE,
MAR JORIE STEELE: "Cat"
like a Rorschach test.
she rarely popped up to New York.
And, when she did, it was only
tor a day.
"My husband,'' she says, ?'won't
give me an overnight pass.
It's getting so you have to be
a loser on' Arthur Godfrey's Tal
ent Scouts to get anywhere in show
business. Two of the most-in-de-
mand sopranos fit that description,
Joe Sullivan of "The Most Happy
Fella" and Edith Adams of The j
Erne Kovacs Show and the com-1
ing musical, "L'U Abner," were
both unsuccessful contestants, ,, I
Author Howard Breslin'a sug suggestion
gestion suggestion for a new St, Patrick's Day
song "Standing On Fifth Avenue
Watching All the Gaels Go By
Plenty For Mail, :
WASHINGTON, Aug, 28 (UP)'
Postmaster "General Arthur E.
Summerficld said yesterday that
mau-nandiing pay received by
railroads is excessive in some
cases, :;v ,.v" i rj,:,
He made the Statement in op
posing a request by Southern rail-
roads to increase their charges.
said that these
charges are adequate in most
cases and excessive in some cases
considering the service rendered.
The railroads served notice on
the Interstate Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission that they would seek an un unspecified
specified unspecified increase to' pay for al alleged
leged alleged higher costs.
erN! BARBARA COWARD
BARRY HAli ARNOLD
Ida Lupno & Robert Ryan
"BEWARE, MY LOVE"
Gordon MacRae & Shirley Jones
Judy Canova in
"LAY THAT RIFLE DOWN"
Linda Darnell ft Robert Newton
"BLACKBOARD, THE PIRATE'.'
Rod Cameron ft Gale Robbins
(Continued From rage FIVE)
Armed Forces l
Dance Tonight ' i
The USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center presents an infor informal
mal informal dance for service personnel
and theii dependents tonight, be beginning
ginning beginning at 8 pja. ...
The young ladies of the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Club h-ve received invita-i
tions to attend the dance. v I
Spot time prizes will be given
frequently during the evening. No
extraordinary skill Is necessary to
,7in: a rwiceman or dependent.
merely has to be standing In the
vicinity of the correct spot at the
appointed time. Understandably,
tne exact where and when cannot
be published. i
Servicemen and their depend-;
ents are cordially invited to parti
cipate In the Servicemen's Spot-:
Time Dance. -: j
Survey Shows COP
Had More TViewers
NEW YORK. Au. 28 fUP-The
Trendex mrvev showed todav that'll!
the Republican convention attract attracted
ed attracted more television viewers than
the Democratic session. mi
The survey also showed that i
fewer TV set owners watched the
conventions than in 1952.
The combined ratings for. three
networks during the Republican
convention was 34.4, compared to;
29.9 for the Democrats, Trendex!
reported. v ... .
NE WHAVEN, Conn.', Aug.' 28-1
(UP) Ed Sullivan, TV master!
of ceremonies, was discharged i
from Grace-New Haven Hospital
yesterday after a week s treament:
for a lung congestion.
Sullivan was hospitalized In
Derby, Conn, earlier this month
when he was injured in an auto
accident. He plans to rest at hist j
home at Southbury, Cona. before
resuming his full work schedule,
He expects to return to his Sunday
television show Sept.. 18.
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The second round matches in the Penfold Golf
Ball Tournament at the Brazos Brook Country Club
did not feature any upsets although Fred Huldtquist
almost did thg sensational when he forced Capt. Bill
Lewis into nine extra holes and eventually succumb
ed at the 27th hole 2-up. K ;'. i 1
' Pairings for the semifinals,
which will be field wis coming
weekend, will be announced lat later.
er. later. The complete results:
Lewis over Huldtquist, 2up
after ST holes. ..
. Wench over rder. B and S.
Compton over rrancey, 3 and
J, v v
Gump over MorlancV 3 and 2
. Second Flight
Toledano over Mellinger, 3 and
.'TABLE TENNIS TOURNA-
Ping Pong tooki the .spotlight
In Margarita Gym on Aug. 24 to
be the last Atlantic side tourna tournament
ment tournament for the summer of 1956.
in the girls 14 and v under
group there was only one con con--
- con-- test to determine the champ.
Celia Cronin : from Margarita
lost to Glnny Favorite of Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal In the first two games out
olfthe three to give Gtany an
Cristobal's ; steffie Beck took
trie honors in the over 14 group
M rtefMHncr MftTlrtv Donohue
from Margarita, in two well well-played
played well-played games. Nancy' Gibson
frpm Oatun met Steffie. In the
preliminaries,; and three games
had to be played, to determine
who would play.ln the finals.
Miss Beck's title gave Cristobal
Gym the championship for Girls
ping pong. V'''-vv':"Civ;?:.-'-'-. ('v
. The boys -division, under J4
got started wltH Solloy Toussleh
of Ancon. defeating Charles
Klimp from Cristobal In the
lif st. two games- and to go on
aad take the championship from
Margaritas' Eddie Donohue In ft
wfll-foufjht contest. V -r
After Toussieh's championship,
trie older boy's took ther table
over, with Roy Culbreth of An Ancon
con Ancon defeating ' Jules Damlani
tivonv oatun,' The next contest
. was. between Culbreth; and Geo.
Vtetzet for the semifinals.
Wetzel took the three-game
contest to go Into the 1 finals
with John-Brackins from Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Bracklns took the title
easily to give Cristobal Gym a
third championship. ;
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. "BTJCKAROO FROM
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'THE COURT JESTER" filmed In
settings of lavish splendor
, ; Danny Kaye's new film, THE COURT JESTER," which
has been playing to capacity audiences wherever shown and
will OPEN ON WEDNESDAY 29 AT THE CENTRAL, has been
receiving as much applause for its spectacular production
.as for. its hilarious story. y ,. -,
! Set against the colorful pageantry of Medieval Eng.
land, the VistaVlsion, technico'or comedy teems with ar armored
mored armored knights and warriors, ladies-in-waitin; 'i court
wenches, page boys, hostlers, even a horde Of acrobatic midg midguts,
uts, midguts, and with scenes of Jousts, battles, duels, hunts and
feasts all the pomp and panoply of the boisterous Are
of Chivalry. "THE COURT JESTER" OPENS ON WEDNES WEDNESDAY
DAY WEDNESDAY 29 AT THE. CENTRAL.
Kandrln over Duncan, 7 and 6.
Kenway over Millet, 1-up. -Elton
Believer Brown, 1-up.
. DeRaps over Cross, 4 and 2.
SUrewalt over paplo, 2-up.
: Cahill over-XeCrolx, 2-up.
Bucolo over Dave Bell, 1-up.
Ladles Fi ght ' ;
Cleo Burns over Reynolds, 4
and 3. 1 : v-
LeCrolx over Humphreys, 1-up.-
Mathieson over; Kruger, 2-up.
Bucolo over Huldtquist, 1-up.
Brooklyn Ab R
Gilliam -2b ...... 5 0
Reese ss 4 1
Snider cf ........ 3 2
Furlllo rf w..... 41
Robinson 3b ..... 3 : 2
Jackson 3b 0 0
Campanella c ... 4 0
H P A
Amoros If ....... 2 0
Hodges lb ....... 4 0
Newcombe p ..... 1 0
a-Mitchell 1 0
Bessent p t 0
33 I I 27 11
O'Connell 2b .... 3 0 0 5 2
Logan ss ........ 5 013 3
Aaron rfU. 4 0 2 1 0
Mathews 3b ..... 4 1 ; 1 0 2
Adcock lb 3 118 0
Tomson hlf ..... 4 1 1 1 0
Bruton cf 4 0 15 0
Crandall c ...... 3 0 0 31
Conley p ... ... .. 3 0 ; 0 1 3
33 3 7 27 11
a-Singled for Newcombe in 6th.
b-walked for Conley In 8th.
Dodgers -' 000 002 130-16
Braves . 010 200 0003
SUMMARY RBI: .Adcock,
Thomson 2, Snider 2, Amoros,
Campanella 3. Double: '' Bruton,
Robinson, Gilliam, Aaron. HRs;
Adcock, Thomson; Snider. StQ StQ-len
len StQ-len baser Logan. Sacrifice:
Reese. Double-playsf O'Connell-Logan-Logan-Mathews,
; Left on
base: Dodgers 5, Braves 8. Bases
on balls: Newcombe 1, Bessent
4, Conley 4. S.O.: Newcombe i 5,
Bessent 1, Conley 3. Hits off:
Newcombe" 6-5,! Bessent 1-4.
Runs and earned -runs: New New-eombe
eombe New-eombe 3-3, Conley 6-6. WP: Bes
sent (1-2K LP: Conley (7-8).
; K EARNS STILL;' MOVING
New york (NEAi jjcl? JCearns
is helping move his- fourth cham champion
pion champion of the world to big money.
Kearni is a partner in the manag managerial
erial managerial end of Archie Moore, the
light-heavyweight and uncrowned
heavyweight- king.-- He managed
Jack Dempsey, Mickey Walker and
HRs In 1 Game
NEW" YORK, Aug, 28-(UP)
Wiry Curt Roberts has become
the first man in International
League history to hit four con
secutive home runs in. a single
game; , :
' He accomplished the record
feat while leading Columbus to
the f rst game of a double double-a
a double-a 10-7 victory over Havana in
The hpsnpctacled lnflelder al
so became the first man since
1938 to hit four, homers in a sin single
gle single game; Bob Seeds) former
Yankee was the last man to do
so while playing with Newark.
T?nhprt. an mr-Pirate also eouaJ-
ed his entire season's circuit
output ana oecame
man in league mstory to
four homers.in one game.
Columbus, fighting for. sixth
nine wan denied a sweeo as Ha-
vfttrn took the niehtcao. 5-2.
I Rochester kept moving up,
jumping into secona piace wnne
Duke Markell and Mel Wright
combined to yield but four hits
in a 2-1 shade of Buffalo. Eddie
Lopat and Richmond shut out
Miami, 2-0. Toronto beat Mon Montreal
treal Montreal 6-3 In the opening game
of a crucjal series.
The line scores:
(First Game 7 Innings)
Havana 002 500 0-- 7 t 0
Columbus v 311 104 x 10 11 0
, Lane. Sanchea U), Heard (4)
and oDtterer; Herbert, Wool Wool-dridge
dridge Wool-dridge (4). Santiago (4), Kume
(7) and Noble. WP: Santiago.
LP: Heard. HRs: Roberts 4, Sul Sullivan,
livan, Sullivan, Alvarez.
400 010 0016 9 0
Montreal v 101 000 010-3 9 1
Wojey, Romberger (7) and
Sawatski; Cristante, Walz (5);
Cole (7), Mickens (9) and Rose Rose-boro.
boro. Rose-boro. WP: Wojey. LP: Cristan Cristante.
te. Cristante. HR: Morton, SawatskU
Havana 101 003 0005 12 1
Columbus t 000 002 0002 9 1
Cueche,, aHtten (9) and Dot Dot-terer:
terer: Dot-terer: Harrington, Santiago (6),
Spicer (8) and Noble. WP: Cie-
cne.-LP: Harrington;. f
Buffalo 000 000110 2 4 0
Rochester 001 100 0013 9 0
Nagy, Coleman (8), Nichols
(9) and Scherry, Tompklnson
(8): Markell,' Wright (8). and
Rand. WP: Wright. LP; Cole
man. HR: Rand
, 000 000 0000
Richmond 200 000 0002
Morehead, Ponce (87)
Holton; Lopat and Neeman. LP:
In The Majors
(Based on 275 official at bats)
Player, Club g ab
r h yet
78 145 J33
87 156 .330
45 116 .320
84 143 14
63 143 Jll
Moon, St. L. U2 436.
Aaron, MU. 121 473
Sc'dlenst, N.Y. 99 363
glus'skl, Cln. 118 455
Virdon, Pitt. 127 460
Mantle, N.Y, 122 448108163 .364
Williams Bos. 106 301 52 103 ,342
Nieman, BaL 102 343 51 112 .327
Kuenn, Det. 116 .463 71 151 .326
Vernon, Bos. 98 333 57 108 .324
' 1 HOME RUNS
Mantle, Yanks ......... 44 3
-Snider, Dodgers ........ 35
Kluszewski, Redlegs ..t. 33
, Adcock, Braves ......... 33
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 32
RUNS BAITED IN
, Mantle, Yanks ..112
; Kaline, Tigers 99
Simpson, Athletics ..... 93
Kluszewski,; Redlegs .... 93
' Muslal,' Cards 91r
j : ; RUNS 1
Mantle, Yanks ........ .108.',
"Robinson, Redlegs '.,,...105
Snider, Dodgers 92
Fox, White Sox 91 .-
Aaron, Braves 87 s
Mantle, Yanks 163
Fox, White Sox 160
' Kaline, Tigers ; . . ..... 157
Aaron, Braves ......... 156
Ashburn, Phils 151
' Kuenn, Tigers . ...... 151
(Based on 13 Decisions) 1
W L Pct
Newcombe, Dodgers .20 6 .769
Buhl, Braves ........ 16 5 .762
Pierce, White Sox . .18 6 .750
Ford, Yanks .14- 5 .737
Freeman,. Redlegs ...11 4 .733
Purchase, N. Y. (NEA) Eigh!
Srevlous champions- will be
rou?ht Into the ring at the West Westchester
chester Westchester Dog Show here, Sept. 9.
It is the largest one-day, all-breed
dog show in the world.
COOLING OFF PERIOD A
Birls beat the heat shoulder
Cypress Gardens, Fla.
i r s
Great Relief Hurling
By Don Bessent; Puts
Dodgers Back In Fight
1 By JOHN GRIFFIN
nlrw vriRtr Aut?. 2R(UP)-
Back on the Braves' heels again,
because sunny Don uessem
pitched like Clem Lablne at his
orAAtJvtf. the Rrooklvn-, Dodeers
set sail today into a schedule of
16 straignt games against second-division
r teams with their
pennant hopes flying higher
than ever. 1
Bessent. who took over as tne
Dodgers'- No. 1. artist when ace
Lablne broke o a bone in his
wrist last week. blanked the
Braves for four innings Monday
to get credit for a dutch 6-3 vic victory.
tory. victory. He ; now has pitched 25
straight shutout innings. :
It was the Dodgers' "biggest"
win so far this year, for it put
them back two games behind
Milwaukee with a split of their
two-game series. :...
Now. only one game behind In
the vital "lopt'r column, the
Dodgers feel the schedule favors
them, in the run to the wire.
Here's why: of the 33 games they
have left, a whopping 27 are a a-oainst
oainst a-oainst second division teams
and only six against top teams.
By contrast, the Braves play
first-division teams in 14 oi 31
irames. and third-olaca Cincin
nati meets the leaders 14 times
In 29 games. , ; 1
What's more, BrooKiyn is me
only contender with more home
rames left than road eames.
I They play 20 of their remaining
33 at crampea out cozy tDDcts
Field where they hit so many
hnmprs Th Rravex 1 have 14
home games left, the Redlegs
only 10. .
Thin, pale-faced Bessent, gain gaining
ing gaining his first victory of the year
in relief of staff ace Don New Newcombe,
combe, Newcombe, allowed Just one hit in
fpur frames and was boosted -to
victory by two key plays.
pitcher oene Conley of the
Braves made the first play.
With runners on first and. third
In the top of the eighth and tne
score tied 3-3. ne fielded Carl
Furlllo's one-bouncer and chose
to throw to the plate Instead of
trying for a double play. Before
buserunner Jim Gilliam was tag tag-ceri
ceri tag-ceri nut in a rundown, the Hod it
ers had runners at second and
That set np the second play.'
CAN'-FILL YOU IV NEEDS!
quartet of pretty 12-year-old
to shoulder on single skis at
Jackie Robinson was pbrposely
passed to pitch to' Roy Cam Campanella.
panella. Campanella. campanella d to
score all three r nntr.s, Rob
inson coming all te way home
from, first when the outfield
r reiav was slow- ,.;!,
That gave Brooklyn a 6-3 lead
and Bessent kept the Braves at
bay.vv-ivt 'vSi:.,,,, v1 vi.:,s.
The Braves had built n a 9-n
lead against Newcombe on Joe
aucock's soio nomer in the sec
Ond and RohbV Thomsnn'a twn.
run homer in the fourth. Duke
Snider of the Dodgers cracked
his 35th homer with o man nn
in the sixth and the Dodgers
wed tne score m the seventh
when Robinson doubled and
Sandv Amoros sinalpi) f i ';
vunicj cxpiuuiea nis aecision
v inrow norae: "i was told to
watcn home," .:
; Said Campanella ui of1 'his
game-wmnlnf hit: "I really
: whammed. H." :JS"
i Dodger skipper Wait Alston
commented, on the win i "we
needed this one. I feel a lot
Said Braves' nllot rtA Hanev"
"WeTe better off than when the
uoagers came to town. We split
the series and have .-. two less
'games to play.'; ,-uV.
Tne only other major-league
action Monday saw Chico ,Car ,Car-rasauel
rasauel ,Car-rasauel drive In three runs with
a pair of homers to lead Cleve-
iana io a 3-z victory in a night
game at wasnintton: tnus mnv.
ine' the second-Dlaee Indians
within seven games of the first-
piace ew yorK Yankees In the
American League. Rocky Colavl Colavl-to
to Colavl-to also homered for the Tribe as
Rocky colavito also homered for
the Tribe as pitcher Bob Lemon,
tOSSlns-an eiffht.-hlt.tep fr Inert
his 17th victory ajid, the 198th
oi nis career. ,
; YESTERDAY'S STAR Re Re-lief
lief Re-lief pitcher Don Bessent of the
Dodgers, who allowed one bit
in -four scoreless innings to
beat the. Braves, 6-3, and ex extend
tend extend his string of relief shut shutout
out shutout innings to 25.-
I nuitccT traeiv.
Soo, Philadelphia lightweight risks
thu Inncroct pnrranf itiinn;nft fM,I.r
in boxing when he tackles Baby
MUC ail "asuiiigion, Aug. Jl
'' The 1958 Fort Amador Club
championship tournameat will
be held for sept 2 through Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Oct. 20.
Vinnie Lombroia is defending
All male members entitled to
the privileges of the club are
eligible. Qualifying rounds will
consist of 36 holes of medal
play. -f..--, y -. ..
After completion of qualifying
rounds, the players will be plac placed,
ed, placed, in accordance with scores, in
flights of 16-players each. Tie
scores in deciding flights will be
determined by a drawing of the
names of-the players involved,
except in the case of ".ties-for
medalist. : -,.-.., ,; ; :
1 Play in' flights will be con conducted
ducted conducted under match ulav rules.
Thlrty-slx holes will be played
in the other flights to determine
runner up in each flight, in the
event there are ties at ,016 com completion
pletion completion of any match, a "sudden
death" play-off will be conduct conducted.
ed. conducted. .
': '. ...
A trophy will be awarded to
the medalist and the winner and
runner-up in each flight. All
play will be conducted under
current USQA and the local club
Dates for auallfylne and tour
nament rounds are as follows:
Sept. 12 through -16." ouallfv-
Sept. 17. throueh 23. first
Sept.- 24 through 30. second
Oct. 1 through 7, third round.
Oct 8 ? through 13. fourth
Oct. 20. finals and nresenta.
tion of awardss
Rules for the tournament will
be posted on the bulletin board
and a copy presented to each
participant prior to playing of
first qualifying round. x v
: OUT In .Cincinnati, Brooklyn
Dodgers pitcher Clem Lablne
wears a cast on his right hand
which was Injured when hit
. by. a ball thrown by Larry
Jackson of the St. Louis Car Cardinals.
dinals. Cardinals. Lablne will be out of
action for at least two weeks.
Babe Zetarias Slill
GALVESTON. Tex;, Aug. 28 28-(UP)
(UP) 28-(UP) Babe Zaharlas still is los
ing strength as a result of her
fight. with. cancer.- -;k-
. fienrre Tahrlas.' lier hnt.
. band, said she Is "still optlmis-
'.4t.lt J U 4 H
uv ana. wc must. Keep going.
'The famed woman athlete
who this spring celebrated her
42nd hlrthrlav in: thm hnanltal
i visits with members of her fam
ily dally and spends much of
her ttm reHinir meoiri nt
good wishes and prayers for her
recovery.-. i t : -t 1 .,. ,, ;.
A bulletin from John Sealy
Hospital said yesterday there
was no discernible change kt
her coBdtt'aii.-.;;.-',..,:' .
. "There has been nn significant
change In the condition of Mrs.
zananas in tne last 24 nours,"
the hnlletln said "Khe remains
comfortable and alert."
NEW YORK, Aug." 28-(UP)
Mickey Mantle,- twe games a a-head
head a-head of Babe Roth's home run
record pace, goes back -into
action today against pitcher
Art D'tmar of the) Kansas Ci City
ty City Athletics, whom he has tag tagged
ged tagged for one homer, this sea season.
son. season. ;
Mantle and his Yankee
teammates had an off day yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The star outfielder
needs 17 home runs In tbe re remaining
maining remaining It games to top
Roth's record of 60 for a sea season,
son, season, set in 1927.,
Editor: CO.SADO SARCEANT
, 75 48
. 72 49
. 72 53
Philadelphia 57 64
Pittsburgh . 53 72
New York , .-59 71
Chicago 49 73
' P'ttsburgh at Milwaukee (N)
Brooklyn at Chicago (2)
New York at Cincinnati (N)
Philadelphia at St Louis N)
Brooklyn 000 602 1306 g
Milwaukee 610 200 0003 7 0
Newcombe. Reuent ..j
Conley (7-8) and Crandall.'
Only game scheduled.
Pros Take At
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW VflBir fNVkt nn.-.'
.'..-- much uie
Detroit Football Club passed its
1955 audit around to stockholders
one item pointed, out, better than
any alibis, the reasons for a iact
'Medical "and dental bill U
Tne repair bin for th iki Wo.t.l
ern omerence chamninm nH
runners-up for the league title
It is because nf this" that Tiir
Kerbawy and Buddy Parker are
mure man normally enthusiastic
about the presence nf HmvarH rt.
sady;- in their-ackfield: -The 'first
reouisue ot a professional foot football
ball football player 'is ability to regain
in the thick Of the roughest going.
'Hopalong CasSady has a history
of being available," sayg General
Manager Kerabwy. "After last sea season,
son, season, we can use anybody like that
mis is a sirong-ooaiea kid. He
have to do is look at his Ohio State
recura 10 Know mat." .
The Lions were through enn enn-tac
tac enn-tac work when C.
. ; IVJIUl u
to them at Eastern 'Michigan
vouege m xpsnanu alter the All All-Star
Star All-Star Game, hut nnhnriv
t have any doubts about his ability
iu wme a siamming py ine awe
some-sized pros, ,'
It s the big question to me
Cassady insisted. 'I have to fuid
puiu can carry tnrough the line
and get free of one of those big,
ffliva when therm' hmnn AnA
I dont know what's going.to hap-
i.u uicj nauiup inc. i u say
it is a big question mark."
KERBAWY J TELLS YOU that
this is nonsense. r(
.a auuug-uuuiea ua. ne.w ai. uus way is, rare. The
doesn t know what the the inside books are filled with college All Allot
ot Allot a hospital looks like. All vnn America whn iriorf ai
oo v no is omy on pounas,"jsaay seems tor nave given the
Nick says. 'So what? He'll shoot Lions is in the one department'
through anybody if the chance is you wouldn't expect.
mere, mey nu nim as nara as
thev ran and he iuat vetc nn, an1
starts over eain there isn't a
doubt in anybody s mind about
STEIGER GREAT HEAVY KJ
' cogart's opir:ioir.
. ( Humphrey Bogart, himself no slouch at the business of
scaring people, says Rod Steiger is the most '-menacing
screen villain he's seen in many years. Bogart explains that
Stei;er, who co-stars with him in savage fight film, THE
HARDER THEY FALL," now at the LUX, has the wonderful
faculty of invoking terror and disaster in a theatre audi audience,
ence, audience, just by ominous inflection of his voice or a repressed
play of emotion across bis mobile face. .. v
In "TnE HARDER THEY FALL," Bogart plays a sports
writer who joins Steiger in building up a glass-jawed Argen Argentine
tine Argentine giant to the point where he becomes a title contender.
"THE HARDER THEY FALL" OPENS ON WEDNESDAY 29
AT THE LL'X. ; .,
Teams W f. P
New York i 80 46 .635 w
CRVeland 71, 51 i2 7
CbicagaJ,, j6J : 54 54 10'4
Boston 67 56- .445 lit,
Detroit .f i f 60 4 1
Baltimore 4 55 68 .447 23i
Washington h 61 71- .418 27
Kansas City 41.; 82 333 3714
' TODAY'S UAMfS
Kansas CJty at New York-fN)
Cleveland at Baltimore (N
i Chicago at Washington 2 T-N
Detroit at Boston
cveiana UZ0 011 100 5 11
Washington OOOOOOUO 2 g
4-cuiun kii-u) and Heraift 1
I v wfvnHit, U1VII
, n Courtney. N
Only game schedojed. ;
Coach Parker agrees.'
, b ,v -.
,1 know enough about him.
oCrimmsBpo inrh ovhikiti
i.r ni 1 su os wnetner
he wl)l make it up here or not. H-
t in up
,MSed 'U the iests
'HA ifl nnf tfnlnM 4. a
Oeuig a DUOt return uil.n.i J.
hP" 4tcher- He' starting
halfback. Of course, he'U handli :
twills ior us. mat onlv 1
maset sense." .
i-1ss!dy sttraighteaed that out
m his first exhibition g a m e a a-galsst
galsst a-galsst the Steelers. Used sparing-IX-because-
heJinew only a few o-;
the basic plays the Lions gave
him' a couple of bloclts tn one
DUnt return nnl iti. Cf.J. .en
, ,..v u.in. anil
ore trying to catch hito. Hoppy
n cut 01 jarus. "' "', j-.' '
fFOR THE IrOFESSlONALS
to talk this way is ; r a r e. The
Americas whn tried tn
line and wound up using their
higher education to land jobs with
accounting firms. ; -The
step-up to a game where
anybody under 200 pounds is a
freak can be brutal for some. They
find .their free-wheeling college
style invites temporary blackouts
when aimed at some spare-toothed
tackle. ".' 1
Cassady, in' playing against the
Browns and Steelers on a brief
basis, noted this immediately.
Tt. t- u- a 11 v.
here," he says. 'They "make it. Cut
ana anea. mere seems to De no
chance that the guy will, make a
sloppy tackle ; and give ybu room
to eet awav." -
The only surprise Howard Cas-'
we never Knew ne was mis last,
RuHriv Parker cava 'We bnenr ha
was. a strong.: smart kid with all
the moves. But I never thought
Ibe could eet aoine like he does."'
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ALT lHHATC'D cunriEirr
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v-T--V-'Vv' player wrd N S
voof Taught Phillips Sinker,
Changed Trowbridge's Stance
At all right thinking aeriens know, in CU-Timeri' Game ii limply
A wholcsemt icntimcntal gesture ea lh part of the baseball club... in
tnn intranet, tha Tankt. enlr an ulctreui misanthrope wtule im
aula cemmerciai design U iuch an aamirabl idaa. i
It is no more thin sheer coincidence of eniifoe. that th
venerable antiques are dusted oft and put on dispjay in late
August when Interest has begun to Jag, and on a date that nor normally
mally normally would not draw very well, with the rather interesting
.unoc4uein;e mat me mienaance u tnereoy greatly increased.
' Tne fact remains, however, that these old-Timer eames.
number of clubs go in for them now. .more than pay their way.
They create a certain amount of good will, put money in the
box office, help publicize, the over-all operation and, presum presumably,
ably, presumably, the expenses in transporting, turning and feeding the
gnarled heroes of yesteryear can be charged to promotion and
' It hadn't occurred to me that 'these annual roundups of
tiBjr ucatua suvurea oi expiouauon unui tne tnougnt was in in-,
, in-, troauced by Jimmy Foxx during a visit in Miami last spring.
tirst, you should know, that oid-Double X is not a chronic
griper, nor is ne a grasping, embittered man. It so happens he
mascot, yeaia witn w)nme Macs, ana the Grand Old
wan was notoriously tougn with a buck
"Don't misundarstand ma." taid Fs. "Ya Old.Tim.r ..... ...
sranal turn and it'i wendtrlul ta inaw thara ra ant wha still ramtmbar
you. umi at ut, aawavar, havan' ait it fortunata at athan, or at win.
.St dollar wa can makt out at bur kasaball bickfravnd ra tan an."
Foxx recalled an" OldTimers' game when the truant mu museum
seum museum pieces were presented, with watches, and Cy Young com commented:
mented: commented: "I tot a. watch, I wish they'd give me some money.
Recording to uit papers a lot of people did pay lo see us."
v ru A'ajf?,? Is somethlrafif the Players' trriion should look into.
There wiU be a day, inevitably, when the Fellers, Muslais, Cam Cam-panel
panel Cam-panel as... or, more pertinent, the stars who have had bad luck
. .will be in demano for similar ceremonies. If their names still
Jia.e box-office value the club owners should be prepared to
W.I iT .. ,'"""- nci,ci tan kci tne services oi
Pat Eooney 6r., without a check, and it's been several centuries F
uikc uc wM uic tuasv oi Broaaway. t
. u ""' "M ,A nd no mtHar haw It h
ntua lr rtialvad, the aramatian will naytr lata fundamental a.pial.
Poa will Jlw.n ttt a.italfic bait ant af teaina tha htadlin.rt af hit
yauth, and junier... wall, yeuWa nan tha leak af incrtdulau faicination
that tpraadt ar.r his fact when ha centtmalatei a arofak dinotawr, hava-
" The lavender and old lace 'production in the Stadium Sat Saturday
urday Saturday featured a -number nf. Whit Knvurhn ii
tin 1 J ... vv twa n UOVV Wj VJ1C
2 di..ev bey3nd- Among them, were Ed Walsh, Ray Schalk
and Dickie Kerr. ,
' .m-1 S! e JSent fPraylrK activities of a disUnguished
miember of the Red Sox. th nrcspnr nt wish
topicality The McHden, Conn., resident was one of the greatest
" ii'wi. .apu-oiu pucners tne game ever saw.
Incidentally, h thinks thev should hHn it h.v ... f. 7.
..easy to throw, places no undue, strain on the arm and Is not
, Schalk's Rare Record
-..Wifls.hal Jne yea'-mSdcrn P'tchers would refuse to believe
2 mie.y had AteniL ,?n 1908 he w" ,n Pitched
?dfS u rt 40--,thats ri8ht- "struck out 259 and had
w. TnurA esun;uwas,uv.er the orl8in Comlskey assured'
me I would be with the. White fin fnr iifo w.ich nJi
body eLS''" M 1 ,0t m 5tuff 1 6ot the gate julck, like any-
th. ..t ;u rV'T S"!k r.babl, tha fatt. and
tha matt iiil, Thlt halpi ta account for hit having madt mora aisi.H
Mtard " m'4' ""i,,u
The Cracker. ; as we used to call him. :caught Charley Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson in the last nerfect Minn h.hQn ... i" liL.0
world s&KI fn leJ,ty'l twa winning Yamei Tin thViw
World Series, the one the Black an nM f th. .hi...
w.u wuw ww tj,it; (auiuit.ia,
s n nrt KMf sma"Is? 8l (5-i 150)- He neat the Reds,
3-0, and 5-4 in 10 Innings. He had a 21-9 record the following
frason and won 19 the next. When he hi Comlske r for TraS
Hi id HrwVhntN?leSt,Rrahn,0f Them AU told him to scram'
An th h!r?i?i1iahtpItchcd semlpro ball... and made more
than the blg-heartcd Chicago magnate had ever paid him.
By BOB fILLI
MILWAUKEE (NEA) Some
of the Braves' high-powered think thinking
ing thinking is done, hot in the r?ctn Af
me augout where brains are sup supposed
posed supposed to whir, but r t out in the
mmaie of the feul. f
It tam?s- "i in Charlrv
througn the I.J-.vaukee pi:
Root.: tobaecn rhewu, n
hurler who won 201 games ir the
Cubs,, came to Milwaukee in the
spring with the ide thai the Brave
throwers would be more effective
if they were in better shape. He
ran them in sorine trainin. He
runs them across the outfield St
great length before cames
. Root, who esme out of Middle Middle-town,
town, Middle-town, 0., and still visits relatives
there, had a hand in pulling Bob
Trowbridge and Taylor Phillips
wu m uie crao Dag. ; :
Trewbridg cam north with
the Braves, went to Wichita, came
back after six. weeks, had his
stance on- the mound 'chanced bv
Root, and has won two recent
Phillips is completely unbeliev unbelievable,
able, unbelievable, Possessec' of a so-so ll-ll
record with Atlanta, before he
went into service, he came hark
so wild in spring training that he
neaneo a teammate and was on
the way to Wichita before the mid
dle oi March.
With Wichita of the American
Association, Phillips worked tmlv
27 innings. The Braves brought
him back because they needed a
left-hander when the once bright
uiet iNicnois tailed and because
he wouldnt count against the
player iSmit anyway as a service
returnee. .... : .,,
Ret taught PhilllM a i n k e f.
and before the Cincinnati club un
loaded on him, he had a 3-0 rec
ord, two of the victories route-going
jobs against the Reds and Car
dinals. While the Braves lost. 2-1.
Phillips pitched very well against
the Giants until removed for a
pmch-hitter in th seventh inning.
Trowbridge banked the Giants
with one hit in the remaining two
Everybody's pitchers run, but
Charley Root's run mora so much
that one growled, "What are we
supposed to do, run the bail up
to tne piate?
The pitchers arent about to
The Milwaukee staff is acknowl
edged to be the bes. in the Ns
tional League. , ..
I led Grid Cozdits
Swcsting It Oct i
CHICAGO, (NEAV-Terry Bren Bren-nan
nan Bren-nan of Notre Dame and Illinois'
Ray Eliot were among football
coaches who sweated out the Olym
pie Games Trials. .
Had Aubrey Lewis made the
trip to Melbourne as a decathlon
performer, Brennan would have
By MURRAY OLD I RM AN
COUEGE PARK, Md. (NEAK
"Why," Tommy Mont re-phrased
the question, "should I have any
trouble handling Maryland?
"After all, I personally recruit
ed iwo-tniros w tne ooys, with line
coach Bob Ward, and know there
better than Jim Tatum ever did.
Mont, only 10 years removed
from being a Terrapin quarter quarterback,
back, quarterback, steps into the nation's lush
est head coaching job. Where else
can you inherit squads of 25 let let-termen,
termen, let-termen, where tackles who weigh
under 230 look as out of place as
padded shoulders in t h e Ivy
"An assistant coach," continues
Tatum's former aide-de-c amp,
"gets to practically live with the
boys. I know as a head eoach I ve
got to stay more aloof.
"It's like the Army. An officer
can't afford to mingle with the
'If we ve got any problems, they
are senioritis and whether my
quarterback (Frank Tamburello)
can stay out of the Army."
Tamburello, a papa and a good
student, was suddenly tapped for
a service cau. tut status remains
Maryland had its turn against
Oklahoma in the bi-annual or
ange Bowl attraction last January,
and it's popularly supposed that
tin Terps will be forced to skip
the next one. v
"Who says so? mildly Inquires
Mont. "There's no conference rul
ing, like the.. Big Seven has, say saying
ing saying we can't go two years in a row.
Of course, if it's going to be a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst someone like a Nebraska
with a 5 5 record, I don't know
that we'd want to go. We want
only the best, even if it has to be
in some other Bowl,"
To play against the best, Mont
can muster talent like Mike San
dusky, a typical Tern tackle at a
robust 240 and solidly fitted 'into
the pre-season All-American line
Indians Lack Speed And Sprint,'
Doby Deal Compounds Trouble
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Frank Robinson of the Cincinna
ti Reds is well on his way to
breaking the major league rec record
ord record for home runs.-by a fresh
man,- 38. V
f f 4
fl W X ... : v Mr.
"I feel," says Tommy, "my three
top tackles Sandusky, Al Whar
ton and Ed Heuring are the
strongest in the country.
"At Maryland, we have no start
ers and substitutes. We consider
our first two clubs the first team
and substitute with complete units
every seven minutes.
"If any of our boys feel like
relaxing, we had our greatest iresn
man team in 1955, ana it looks like
some of them are going to come a a-long
long a-long as sophs, like Sandusky did,
and push the seniors into splint splinters."
ers." splinters." ':"vr, V;T.;" ,K
Tucked away In the roster Is a
175-pound halfback from Martins-
burg, W. Va., Ted Kershner, who
shows signs of developing into the
finest runner in Terp history,
"He's matured." says Mont, cau
tioutly, "more than most boys are
The Tatum Influence on Mary Maryland
land Maryland will linger only in the defens
es Mont will throw up. Tommy
isn t about to discard Jim a basic
sclit T. but as an old pro quarter
back with the Washington Red
skins, he has some ideas of his
own about moving the ball.
Tatum a teams were relatively
lack-luster outfits that punched it
out tne nara way.
"We u pass more than we did
before," admits Mont, "and we'll
have more lmmaginauve pass
Mont will also give the Terps
more action on the sidelines. -Ta
tum firmly planted his 250 pounds,
like any defense-minded genius
would. Tommy, at 240, gives away
10 pounds, but has momentum
going or him.
ues a.coniirmea pacer.
For Oklahoma U..
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (NEA)
Oklahoma was not only voted the
Big Seven football championship
for the eighth straight time in the
11th annual 'conference pre-season
poll, but corralled every first place
ballot in an unprecedented" land landslide.
A total of 59 sports writers and
casters tooit part.
Oklahoma s dominance so Im
pressed the clairvoyants that One
called for transferring the Sooners
to tne Big Ten with Nerthwestreh
being allocated to the Bif Seven
"The rest of the league is not
aoout to eaicn up with Oklahoma
and Northwestern is not about to
make the grade in the Bif Ten."
"Oklahoma could so t its tautd.
make it an eieht-team conference
and take first and second," said
. Final Leagui Standings
Hawkeyes .. .i 1. 15 S I730
Badgers . ., .. .. 12 .7
Wolverines ,. ... t 12
WUdcata 4 15
With the regular scheduled
play already termlanted, the
Elks League w.Hl continue, to
night with the post season play.
In the first game, which will
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) The Tn
dians, in more recent rears, hava
done much to disprove the old theo
ry mat pitching it from 71 to 90
per cent of baseball.
If that were entirely true, the
Cleveland club would now have an
unprecedented s trine of pennants.
Never has so much pitching run
second so consistently.
The Larry Doby deaf haunts the
Tribe, as so many predicted it
would. The center fielder has hard
ly set Chicago's South Side and
ue White Sox afire, but he's bat
ted in nearly a many runs as the
contained production of Chico Ca
rrasquel and Jim Busby, the
players obtained for his contract.
"This club has less spirit and
speed than any Cleveland outfit
I can recall, even those in the davs
oetore BUI Veeck," said the old
Indian. "There are two very good
reasons why we are not making a
stronger run at the Yankees, and
the Doby deal has a lot to do with
"Carrasquel was brought in to
give Bobby Avila a lift. Instead.
he has taken Avila down with
"Busby was brought in to give
the club some execution at the
plate and on the bases, to leave
it less dependent on the big in
ning. But Jim couldn't steal first
base and his throwing, or lack of
it, from center field hurt, us."
Close followers of the Indians
believe they would have moved
with more verve had Al Smith, the
best player on the payroll, been
stationed in center Held earlier.
"Al Lopez didn't get around to
making this switch until just the
other day. when he benched Bus
by and Carrasquel," point out cri
tics of the Doby deal. "They were
sacred cows, you see, because
taking them out would have made
liank ureenoerg and Lopez, wno
engineered the Doby deal, look
Manager Lopez has the common
berin promptly at 7:01 p.m., the
Wildcats w'll take on the Wol-
Iverlnes. In the second game, at
8:00 D.m., ue usurers win en
counter the Hawkeyes.
Thursday evening at 7:00,
the winners of, tonight's two
contests will meet in the playoff
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rs i Luke Easteis Harry Simpson
and Wertz at first base;" added
the old Indian, "or tried fellows
who couldn't get by elsewhere elsewhere-Rocky
Rocky elsewhere-Rocky Nelson and Preston Ward.
"But my principal criticism Is
the club's Tack of get-up-and-go.-v
especially in a year when the Yan1
ktes run rmack out of established!
major league star pitchers after
naming White Ford.
'Outside of the old pro Theat Theaters,
ers, Theaters, Bob .Lemon and Early Wynn, Wynn,-and
and Wynn,-and Score, and Smith in the mit-
field, the Indians haven't any
more urge than a club In last"
place. ,-. .
"Lemon has incentive, you see1
another 20 game season and his
"That's what the Indians lack lack-incentive.
incentive. lack-incentive. Not even the too World
Srries money gives it to them.
You would have suspected that
beating the Yankees three straight
in Cleveland after losing the op opener
ener opener would have given this club
some push, but we turned rignt ;
around and lost three in a row to
tiw Red Sox and two more to the
White Sox. :
"Maybe it's because the Indians
are too used to running second."
STRIKEOUT KING -The la
dlsns may h on the short side
elsewhere, but Herb Score givea
as the major leagues' strikeout
- king. .i',.""...i.v'" w'ir ..t:'. ...
excuse injuries and illness. Herb
Score was out with the spasmic
colon when the Indians had 14 con consecutive
secutive consecutive games with the Yankees
and Red Sox, etc.
But there are mamWa a h.
Cleveland party who stress the
iai-i mat pennant contender ean.l
not be built with players whose
work had fallen off elsewhere, and
included in that group are Gene
Woodling, Busby and Carrasquel.
Listing their mlierlas. faithful
followers of the Indians go back
six years, or, to the trading of
Mioy vernon to the Senators for
one Dick Weik, a pitcher.
t Mnce that time we have strug
gled along with converted outfield-1
I : L
..wa satdiiif miner
Civcs you a 24-hour shavo!
uitrnrwninJi "M "Anothw h0 eon within
uric. I ne lima mttiarinn i.Anrrnni.i.L. i t
cd Eliot at Champagne when Abe
Woodson, also a halfback, tried;
out tor me wo-mcicr hurdles.
Had the players made the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic squad, they would have been
lost to football this season, but
would have retained a semester of
the conference with no team able
to give Oklahoma's fourth.atrine-
ers mucn oi a contest," predicted
Hanover,. N. H. (NEA) -Dartmouth
invited 74 football candi candidates
dates candidates to its training camp.
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That's reallyfeaM Xot as fresh sK!bOL
- cigarettes, though. That's what you'll
think when you light up a JvOOL."
This "different? cigarette is wonderful
when you have a cold.JSecause'
- the lightly mentholated tobaccos'
produce a pleaaing, aoot hing sensation I
- ia your mouth and throat
And when you don't havea cold,'
' ,. smoke KOOLSfortha sheer,
rAwnright enjoyment of it! The cork
tip adds to tlwpleMure, because it merer .(
get damp nor iticka to your lips.
I Switch "HoU
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local-hate uilco;.:: Fon 'coreSiDinATi' g jv.vill!a:.i e. pott
. CLEVELAND ROBERTS took all thesa ahoti at tha local-rate Civic Council's meetin to welcome Canal Zona
Cov, William E. Potttr Sunday. Potter's detailed explanation to the meeting of measures being taken to cushion
, the shock of scheduled Dec. 31 changes on local-rate employes caused AFSCME AFL-CIO international representa
Albrook's Gen. Truman
.: By DRIW PEARSON
WASHINGTON. Au. 28 A
Federal Grand Jury at Seran-
ton. Pa," Is secretly investigating
charges that in. air force general
accepted $16,000 cash and 30,000
hares of stock from Royal Elec
trie, Inc.,' Of Xenia, Ohio, at the
same time the firm was negoti
ating for' a 1148,750 Air Force
contract.. v 1
-.This column, has been investigat investigating
ing investigating the alleged scandal for four
months Here are the findings,
which f are alio now before the
1 1. The accused officer, Brig.
Gen. Ralph Brownfield, has been
llrrold To Visit
On bspclicn Tclt
Mai. Gen. Thomas L. Hsrrold
commanding general, USARCA-
RIB, will make an inspection tour
of the United States Army mis missions
sions missions to Peru and Ecuador during
the first week in September, the
Army announced today: r
1 The commai ding general's pro-J
posed schedule calls lor mm to
leave the Canal Zone' on Sunday,
and fly to Lima, Peru. He and his
party will remain In Lima until
Friday, Sept. 7; then they will fly
to Quito, Ecuador, for two days.
On Sunday, Sept. 9, the party will
return to the Canal Zone.
, Accompanying Harrol win be
Mrs. Harrold; Adm. Clarence L.
C. Atkeson, commandant,. 15th Na Naval
val Naval District; Mrs Atkeson; and
Col. J. 1 Kaylor, G-2; Col. A. A.
Greene, chief of military missions;
Tred P, Bowser, chief of Foreign
Aids Branch G-4; and Capt. R. G.
. Friar, aide-de-camp all of US US-ARCARIB
ARCARIB US-ARCARIB Headquarters, Fort A-
" mador. : : .. ; .
avi personnel w i ""
tapu w. 'hum, assmiam vuirMpUM by th,Laun American gov
of Staff for Ocerations: Cmdr. C
T.E Warriner, assistant Chief of
Staff for Logistics; Lt. Cmdr. Geo.
King, Military Assistance P r o o-grara
grara o-grara (MAP) training officers;
and Lt. (j.g.) L. H. Simms, aide
to the commandant. k
VaUier Or. Not
TWt '-weetheo topoit, fo tho J4
hevra ondiof a.m. to4y.. i pre pre-'
' pre-' pared by t h e MotooroloiMl and
' HydroinphlC Iranck of the
m't Caasl- Componyt :;, -j,; ''S ; V5-.
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' Low ,.
(mi. mpli) l
WATER TIMF. :
Tjl D I I
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29
2:35 a m
The low gives pedestrlons the
right of way, but it doesn't pro provide
vide provide for flowers. omao
FRONT BOW of the big audience.
Scandal Involving Dusted Genaral
busted to a colonel and ousted as
deputy commander of the Middle Middle-town
town Middle-town Air Materiel Command for
jelling patents to Royal Electric
while the company was negotiat negotiating
ing negotiating with Middletown to. modify
1.750 J-8 indicators. A
. 2. Robert McNett, Royal Elee Elee-tric's
tric's Elee-tric's .dynamic young boss, i has
also been charged with supplying
a 1954 Cadillac to Middletown's
Commanding General, Maj. Gen,
Lyman P. Whitten, now retired,
and a 1954 Buick to the procure procurement
ment procurement director, CoL Charles Burley.
McNett insists, and the- two of
ficers confirm, that he sold them
the automobiles. ; ; ; v
' McNett also claims" he Is a
victim of a 30-year feud betwen betwen-Ctn.
Ctn. betwen-Ctn. Brownfield -and the Air
Force Inspector General; Lieut. -Gen.
Truman Landon. Royal E E-loctric
loctric E-loctric it a small butintti that
depended almost entirely on Air
Force contract. Its payroll hai
boon whiHUd from 309 to 10, end
the company hat boon nearly
bankrupted by the Air Force in-
This column has established that
Royal Electric paid Brownfield
By Ike To Meet
WASHINGTON,. Aug. 28 (UP)
The chiefs of state of the Ameri American
can American republics have tentatively set
Sept. "17 as the: opening date for
the first meeting of the special
commission proposed by President
Eisenhower at Panama, it waa re reported
ported reported today. ? i v
The three-day meeting, designed
to find ways of speeding economic
development in the hemisphere,
will be held in Washington, quali
nea officials told the United Press.
Preference for the latter part of
aepiemDer was expressed in re
ernments to invitations circulated
by the U.S. State Department.
It was decided that the meeting
should pave the way for a more
extensive session to be held at a
later date, probably early : next
year. :vr '''istM "vr
At tbetr mt meetmff the nresl
dmtial representatives are expect-
a to aenne the scope of their work.
They will also be briefed on the
workings, of the Economic and So
cial Council of the- Organization
oi American States and. of other
High.-ofncials here believe that
the commission will try to stream streamline
line streamline 'this machinery and make it
more effective. "-'..l
' After the preliminary session, the
delegates ar to return to theirt
countries to work on specific pro
posals that would be discussed at
the second meeting, f.c'-.'.v
..This later meeting is expected
to bring the authority of the chiefs
of state to bear on new economic
planning. I may lasttwo or three
As Wife Is Killed
" NEWCASTLE, England. An?.
28 UP) Robert Patterson, 42.
could not stand the sight of
blood. So last night when a car
crashed Into his frontyard he
hurried to his brother-ln-law'-t
"There's been a nasty accident
outside the house," Paterson
told him. "I've come for a chat
untu it is all over, because I
cannot stand the sight of blood."
It was not until later this
morning that Patterson learned
from police that his wife. Ollvo.
and daughter, Pauline,' 10, were
me vicums or ine accident. .'
Thfcy and a neighbor were kil killed
led killed by a passing car as they
stepped from a bus.
4 v4 M
$5,000 by company check on Oct
9, 1954, and another $5,800 on
March 9, 1955. Additional pay
ments of $100 ner week for a 12.
month period were started on May
16,- 1955. McNett also transferred
50,000 shares of General Metals
stock to Brownfield in October,
On Feb. 2, 1955 less than
month before the $5,800 payment
Royal signed an Air Force con
tract to modify the 1,750 indie
tors for a total price of $148,750.
The company was the low bidder
though Air Force investigators
charged it lacked the experience
to nanaie tne contract.,.
- McNett swears be oaid Brown
field for patents which Air Force
investigators charged are "worth
less but which engineers have
shown ; are v valuable. Royal
cieciric nas not, exploited me pat
ents. McNett swears, because it
has been too busy, defending itsrlf
, A.- Id '
uuiu uie Air rurce lnvesugauou
Brownfield also claims he re
ceived verbal approval from his
superiors before selling the sat
ents. After accepting the first
check, he reported the transaction
in writing and requested formal
approval. This subsequently, was
granted by his superiors.
r However, the Air Force Inves
tigated the transactions demoted
ana transferred Brownfield for
alleged "poor judgment," barred
Royal Electric from further-Air
f orce business, and turned its
findings over to the Justice De
partment. Two Justice Department
attorneys, Nathaniel Kossack and
James P. O'Brien, reviewed the
case and submitted it to U.S. At Attorney
torney Attorney Julius Levy at Scranton,
Pa., for presentation to the Grand
Meanwhile, McNett enlisted the
support of Congressman Victor
Wijkeriham. (D.. Okla.). .mem.
ber of the House Armed Services
Committee, whose interest in the
case is baffling. His district in
faraway Oklahoma has- nothing to
ao wim itoyai electric, located in
Ohio, nor the Middletown Air
Materiel Command, located in
H o W o V o r, Wickorsham. has
boon throwing his weight around
the Pentagon, trying te ejuath
tho Pentagon, trying to quash
the case. At eno point, he sent
Air Force Inspector general
Landon a sharp letter, bluntly
Intimidating investigator J. M.
Braurt, wbo, Initiated the case.
wickersham t amazing letter.
U4iea way i, lsio, declares:
for many months I have
neen neanng disturbing reonrU
concerning the conduct, activities
no tactics of one of the super
visory employer in your Office
oi special investigations,. ,
Bishop lii Shanshzi
Knows 01 I'd Pirns
To Fred US Airmsa
HONG KONG, Aug. 28 (UP) -Roman
Catholic Bisnoo Jamex K
Walsh today reported from Shang-
nai mat ne anew notmng of re reported.
ported. reported. Chinese Communist plans
to uoerate six of tne 10 American
civilians still in Red hands.
Bishop Walsh, who is allowed to
live "freely" in Shanghai, said
in a telephone interview that he
knew some of the Americans have
been released from prison and are
being detained in Shanghai. 4
"They are somewhere In the
city but I don't know Just where,"
waish told the united Press. "1
have no contact with them what whatsoever."
soever." whatsoever." According to the reports, four
Catholic priests, a Protestant mis missionary
sionary missionary and a businessman have
been removed from the notorious
Ward Row jail to a residence in
the city. v ..
A fifth Catholic priest, the Rev
Charier McCarthy of San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, was not with them since he
had requested a retrial, according
to Bishop Ambrose Pinger who was
released by the Chinese earlier
this month, 1
GOV. POTTER during his
: detailed address.
rWhat I have learned about this
individual disturbs me very much
and prior, to discussing this case
witn you or other senior officials
in the departmnet, I would like
you to furnish me the following
information on the employe in
question J.M.. Braun. t
Wickersham then set forth a
list of personal questions about
the investigator and demanded to
know who was responsible for
awarding him an Air Force cita
I am quite concerned about the
activities of' this employe," the
Congressman continued, "and aft after
er after reviewing the information re requested
quested requested in this lettert plus that
already in my possession, I would
like the privilege of discussing
this situation with you, because
as events now stand, I feel it high
iy probably that you, as consci conscientious
entious conscientious and fair as I have learned
you. are,, will want' to institute
some remedial action.
This obvious attemnt ta intlml :
date the investigator, however, did
not succeed. McNett acknowledge
mat Wickersham tried to interes
him in purchasing propecty a
orrestvme, Va., but claims he
was too broke to invest in th
deal. He claims Wickershslfi has
now been nelping him stricly out
of a sense of iustice anil fair
Allien oiscussea tne case
iranxiy with me and vigorously
unircu muy wrungQOIDg.
Near St. Luke's:
In Gorgas Now
Mrs. earn vn M cr -.t
Chqnllo, was admitted to Gorgas
Hospital Monday afternoon after
.wjiiapsea wniie walking in
front of St. Luke's cathedral ii An-
con about 3:15 p.m.
A rescue squad from the Balboa
Fire District responded to an e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency call., with rescue tmrk
25, and administered oxygen un
til the arrival of a doctor and am ambulance.
bulance. ambulance. -.
Mrs. Scott is the mother nf Ttn.
pen Mott, a Maintenance Divi
sion painter, i
VACATIONING Queen Juliana of the Netherlands and her
husband, Prince Bernhard, are shown during their stopover at at-Nice,
Nice, at-Nice, France, en route to the Greek Island of Corfu for a vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. The Queen has cut off all contact with a woman faith
healer, and announced the Royal Famlly'a 'difficulties" had
been aolved by a three-man commission appointed to look
' .' v Into them, v.
tive WilKam E. Sinclair to describe him yesterday'as showing much consideration for
local-raters' upcoming problems.
ELLIS L. FAWCETT, president
ofrthe local-rate Civic Coun-
cils, welcoming Potter.
4Trt the people
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Nude, Handless Body Believed To Be
Another Hoodlum In Attack On Riesel
NEW YORK.: Aug. 28(UP)
A nude, har;dless body found In
si Long Island fleld'may be that
of a fifth hoodlum silenced in
gangland style for knowing too
much about the Victor rJ,?,l
acid blinding attack, police said
While an autopsy was being
a T"rmea .n lne D0.ay ."aera"
m. TTinio t m tan r aa nofona at a a r
witnesses before grand jury
predicting that the Riesel case
would be crackea "wiae open open-this
this open-this week with the arrest of the
men who masterminded the as assault..'
sault..' assault..' ...,' -f. i'-' -Nassau
county medical author authorities
ities authorities tried to determine whether
the partlyV decomposed body,
found last night with a bullet
hole. In the head, was that -of a
missing convicted fur hijacker
who -was a pal of the 4ioodlnm
accused of hurling acid into Rle Rle-sel's
sel's Rle-sel's face last April 5 for a $2,000
fee. y. '. :
Two' of the missing hoodlum's
accomplices in a $30,000 fur
theft were found hacked, to
death with axes last July .28 on
New York's lower East Side In
an apparent "last ride" .after .aftermath'
math' .aftermath' of the, : Riesel case. All
three of the hijackers were pals
of Abraham Telvl, the acid at
tacker, whose Hds were sealed
on' the same day with a bullet
in the head.
The severed hands of the
late victim were not founl, so
Identification of the body
through fingerpr'nts was Im
DESMOND DANIELS singing
. a solo.
know the truth and the
: ,AN MSDEPJEKDD.7 I-JGX DAILY
I l II i 1 I I 1 1 i i i i I H . i i i t ,-. 1
PANAMA, R. P, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1956
possible, detectives said. Two
boys on horseback found the
body and galloped off to tell
their families, who called po-
.Detectives said" the body had
lain y,-iih knees bent up and
Reckless driving of a truck on
Galllard Highway netted a $15
fine In B a 1 b o a .Magistrate's,
Court today for Roy James Ash Ashley,
ley, Ashley, 19, an American soldier. ...
Heriberto Antonio Soleyj 45,
Panamanian, was fined, $15 for
speeding 60 m.p.h. In a .40-mlle
zone. ;, .''' '(' r. 'V'''-'
Jose Alberto. Matos, 35, Pan Panamanianwas
amanianwas Panamanianwas fined $15 for driv driving
ing driving a bus with badly worn tires.
He was picked up on Madden
Road..;i :,-!. r'U. :'.:: y
Joseph Lincoln Cole, 27, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was convicted of driv driving
ing driving with no proper license in
Curundu. He was also convicted
of backing without safety. Im
position oi sentence on ooin
convictions was suspended.
Clement Augusta Jones,'. 34,
was- fined $5 for having no valid
sticker on the windshield of his
James Daniel Lynch, 34, Pan
amanian, paid $5 for stopping
his bus at a point other than a
bus stop.' 1
Willltm Samuel v Burrel, 38,
Panamanian, was fined $5 for
failure to have the door of his
bus closed. s
Vm. Rosan Dies
In Houston, Texas
News of the death of William H.
Rosan, formerly employed as
lckmaster at Pedro Miguel, in
Houston,. Texas,, on Aug. 12 has
been received on the Isthmus. He
was 53 years old. ;
Mr. Rosan was born in Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, Maryland, and was first
employed as towing locomotive o o-perator
perator o-perator in the Locks Division in
1937. He was promoted to Tunnel
Operator in 1946 and to Lockmas Lockmas-ter
ter Lockmas-ter at Pedro Miguel in 1930. ;
He resigned from the service in
April 1955 and returned to the
States. A. i. ..
He is survived by one son and
one daughter. ...... i ;
Military funeral services for Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Parent, former Canal Lock
Guard and retired Army sergeant,
which were to have been held last
week, will take place at 10 a.m.
; The services will be held at the
graveside in Coroial Cemetpry.
Mr. Parent, who had been living
in El Valle, was found dead in his
parked station wagon in Ancon
REV.DAVID A.' MORGAN de delivering
livering delivering the Invocation.
country is tafe" Abraham Uncoln.
head turned to one side In two
feet of weeds near a New cassel
Long Island, highway for twe
the ride victim v?s Louis J. Mus Mus-to,
to, Mus-to, 26, who Jumped bail and dis disappeared
appeared disappeared after his arrest for hi hijacking.
jacking. hijacking. The" measurements of
the body appeared to fit the po police
lice police description of Musto. .-
JameS Rocereto'and Richard
Langone Jumped bail with him.
Less than 24 hours later, their
hacked up bodies were found
wrapped in canvas in an aban abandoned
doned abandoned stolen automobile near
where Telvl'a body was found, v
A fourth gangland slaying ap
parently connected with the
Riesel case was that of Fred
Mischner,' 26, beer truck driver
and crony of Telvi's. He was
shot four times in the hallway
of the lower East Side tenement
where he lived. : ;
Seven persons have been ar arrested
rested arrested as a result of the nearly
five-month-old investigation of
the attack on Riesel as he left
Lindy's restaurant near Tirr-es
Square after making a radio
broadcast attacking labor racketeers.-
- .- .-
VS. Attorney Paul W.' Wil Williams
liams Williams promised other arrests
would come, and he said he ex expected
pected expected they would Involve the
"higher ups" who ordered the
TODAY AT 9 P.M.
NOTE : Don't Come Alone, Bring Somebody or;
eotoi w oi iuxi
human factors in .factr
WILLIAM G. AREY JR., Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal public relations
officer, introducing Potter.
acid assault In an effort to kec;
tiesei from testifying about -acketeering
ff.Te a grand ju ju-X
X ju-X II? &(r.t a
12 witnesses L ;
CI EI K?. Z
e tne jury, but
-heir names were kept secret t s
protect them from underworM
vengeance for talking about the
case. Some Of the "higher ups'
were, among the 12, Williams
said.; ,But he refused-to say
Fcr Catj Yc:r..--
' UNITED NATIONS, k Y.,"Aiig.
28 (UP) '-i Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold submitted yester yesterday
day yesterday a budget estimate of United
Nations operating expenses-in 1957
Of $48,250,700. - v- ;
Thir year's budget was $48,5CS,.
350, but it included $961,000 for the
atoms lor peace conference in Ge Geneva.
neva. Geneva. and $720,000 for services that
will be self-sustaining in 1957.
' The United States, which pays
about a third of the U.N. expense1!,
has asked for a reduction in its
assessment because of the addi addition
tion addition of 16 members last ivear. Col Collections
lections Collections from member states dur during
ing during the first five months of 19J$
were $5,900,000. v.
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