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INTI UN ATIONAL AIRWAY
"Let th pepi hium tk tmt mni fJb
, m m mr
CZ 1 own
Bus Iransportation and tiow to
control ir in the best interests
of all who travel or drive On the
Canal Zone was one of tn
points on which contrasting
views were discussed at yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's 'town-meeting," the first
for U.S. rate communities v and
the second since the new govefc govefc-nor'g
nor'g govefc-nor'g arrival ?v.vr 'Cjj 1
The Margarita meeting presid presided
ed presided over by Got: W, E. Potter
brought out some meaty discus discussion,
sion, discussion, some humor, andta trie
opinion of at least one partlcl-pant-"too
many inconsequen inconsequential
tial inconsequential matters brought up from the
floor." .j ,..
But another man said: "That s
That makes it a town meeting.
On the lighter side, Gov. Pot Potter
ter Potter was' forthright with Ancon
residents who are tired of hav having
ing having deer come down the WU ana
eat up lilly pads and. nip off
rosebuds.;-' -' ;-- ,.! ,.!-.
. ,.!-. The anti-deer fact'on -was
told in Jesting manner that
it could g out and strangle
the deer if It wanted to, but
vu warned not to get caught
"Deer trouble" raised its horns
.gain recently after Mlod
ouiesence, during which the deer
.nnnioHlv muHlnlied. ; ;
Wild lue eon servww"
vould appmntly permit this to i
n on ind";t--.
i : said he diant .. w
tT e c" r problem should be put
i-n to t'. e Governor. Looking
... . A 1U,
straight forward he remarked
t iorwara o
"I am't going to ao iiuumn,-
about the deer.'
On the serious side, a discus?
sinn of the bus problem moved
i.vt0 international relations. The
Taeilic Civic Council had petl-
; ;:z:;J Cy Army
new rent schedule for some
5328 units of U. S. government
housing occupied principally by
civilian employes of the military
. rvices will go Into effect on
tx-.tober 1, Headquarters Carib'
Y 'an Command announced to
The new, schedule, resulting
lrom a reappraisal survey re;
c -nt'v prorr'eted by the Panama
n J i t Housing Committee
f t s ry services, provides
f r a d rr. i e in rent for some
5 im. s, and an Increase in
t lorn' ;i units.
I. e sit ,vV Is required to be
med every three years by
L'iiieau of the Budget dlrec-i
t to insure equitable charges
1 '5! applied by all govern-;
t agencies for similar serv-
I,i many cases the rental
will amount to less than
i r a month. There are a
, u nits where the decrease or
p will be substantial and
v .U ran-? from an $18
e to a-$i0.50 iscrease.'-'
e p 1 tary families living
i i v co t covernment housing
? 1 te af 'ected b the
'i'e. but the bulk of
annraised bv the
.'in '.i7d by U.S. civilian
yes of the military serv-
; :cl 907 Holds
:s ilcl'y Tonite
'1 f t ef the Americar
n rf state, Civic and
1 1 loves (AFL-CIOi
"? a mass meeting in
' if! a at 7:30 p.m. to
' e r o b 1 e m s of its
r the srrallcation
1 nresldent Jose
:;to. talks will be
t Ed?l Wong and
i ding an orderly
( itizen employes
iks on the Zone1
1 1 Me alL
rasTing y evs
7 .... ..
tloned for stricter enforcement
of regulations on buses ana cni cni-vaji
vaji cni-vaji One resident raised the is
sue that "this is not the United
States" and that strict enforce enforcement
ment enforcement of safety- measures might
mean stepping on our Panama
nlan neighbors." He warned
gainst rousing nationalistic spir
it in Panama. .. ...
The Governor .rem arkea
that the diplomats are the
people actually concerned with
the question of sovereignty
"that is not my business.? He
added that far as he is con concerned
cerned concerned the Canal Zone is Unit-
L ed States terr'tory in the sense
that "we do live under a set oi
laws which are United States
laws," although the Zone is in
the midst at a "foreign though
friendly" country. (Enthusias (Enthusiastic
tic (Enthusiastic aoplanse). '
Notlmr that local-Tate coun
cils are seeking Increased la
duties, for independent buses
and chivas, potter remarked ne
would hesitat to close the bor
der for .chivas which do "not
meet modern standards. Local
rate ; communities, he stressed
use bus transportation far more
than do the residents of US,
rate towns.,';, ,X,,v.:v:
In the-end, potter asked Jor
four of five -months more 'to
work out measures to reduce the
Ar r of e
t t x. j fat L.. -.0 t
line Governor reported a big
drop in attendance, particu-
larly since TV was put on..
Residents complained of the
quality of programs and high
One person remarked that
when schedules ate-cut, or so
da-fountains closed at the thea
ters, full depreciation charges
continue, so the units can never
break even.. ,.
. i l;
Potter said eonstruct'on of
new quarters to replace, those
in De Lesseps, Colon 'Beach
and New Cristobal cannot start
until Congress enacts treaty
implementation leg islatlon
turning the areas over to Pan Panama."
"When this' happens. he re-
norted. there are plans for a new
Margarita service center, to in
clude a tneater. -
The Governor noted that 200
to 800 families are now living
(Continued on Page C, CoL A) ..
At 'Town Meeting'; Hands It To Governor's Aide
.i. ,.m inr ranoi ",
vouth will be put on the agenda oi
the next shirUleeve conference for
U. S. rate communities of the Can-:
al Zone, a young Pacific aider
said today.' ;,...', ..V-1.
Gus Mellander. president of the
Canal Zone Junior College Student
Association, attended yesterday s
MareariU meeting with a prepar
ed copy A a speech for presenta
tion. Because oi an overcrowaea
agenda, this, along with other new
business, was postponed.
Mellander s ideas relate to part-
time theater positions, a broader
brainlni program and tne etsao-
Ushment of open Civil Service el
iminations. : .':
The student who also has a
Dart-time position with the Canal
company commenaea uov. w.
. Potters statement yesterday
that the community would have to
look out for its young people.'
"I belieye he will look into
our three points, end consider"
thtm In a vympathetic Jight,
Mellander said. 1
The student added that he hoped
civic, fraternal and labor organiz
ations would rally tc the support
of Canal Zone youth.
At the end of yesterday's seH
sion, he gave a copy of his speech
to one of the Governor s assistants
He waa told, he said today, that
his three points would, be brought
ud next month
The text of his prepared speech
t'l w.h t speak in behalf of
the young people of our com muni-
Statement Regarding Status
WASHINGTON, Aug. St
(CP State Department of officials
ficials officials remained silent today
regarding a statement by For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Alberto Boyd of
Panama on the status of the
After Secretary ef State
John Foster Dulles in his news
conference Wednesday con contrasted
trasted contrasted what he said were the
differences between the status
f the Panama Canal and that
of the Sues CanaL Koyd issued
a statement in which he said
the 1903 treaty between the
two countries did net grant
sovereignty over the Canal
Zone to the United States.
"What Panama granted to
the United States were cer-1
tain -powers exclusively for the
purposes of the Canal and
nothing more Boyd said.
The Foreign Minister's state
C:n:rd Sh:phsrd 1
Arrives In CZ
for 2-Day Visit ;
' Gen. Lemuel cTShepherd, Jr.,
arrived yesterday evening for a
two-day visiting in the Canal
Zone while touring Central and
South American countries as'
chairman of the Inter-American
. Thia morning Shepherd was
guest of honor at a Joint guard
of honor ceremony held at the
Quarry Heights parade grounds.
Troops participating were a ma ma-r'"
r'" ma-r'" r' Mn"i. a 2 'h Infantry
i. a ( .V C pi. toon, if i
i of i ,o L! ji r
1 a 17-Run stilute for the
1 was the salute battery
from the 65th AAA Group. Fort
Clayton. Commander of troops
was Lt. Col. George WX Daugh Daugh-try,
try, Daugh-try, executive officer. Marine
Barracks, 15th Naval District
'Tomorrow the former com com-mandandant
mandandant com-mandandant of the .Marine
Corps will tour the Jungle War-
rare UTauung center at Fort
Sherman and the USARCARIB
School at Port Gullck.
.While here Shepherd is the
guest of Lt. Gen. William K.
Harrison, Commander in Chief,
fiSSEX JUNCTION. Vt Aug. 30
(ur rerie Faquette. 58. of
South Hero walked 25 miles to the
Champlain Valley Fair here to see
in person the man who portrays
the cornier strip character "Super "Superman'
man' "Superman' n television.
.. f nt tn nrsunt few of the
problems which directly confront
Canal Zone youth, problems which
j believe have placed us at a
marked disadvantage with our cou cousins
sins cousins in the United States, c v
. 'In fad, we believe that the
Kitting policies ef the Panam
Canal Company are strangling
Canal Zone yeuth. : ;
"The 'first problem I wish to
bring up, concerns the part-time
jobs in the theaters. The employes
who occupy these positions are u u-sually
sually u-sually teen-age students from Can
al Zone schools, borne oi tnese'era tnese'era-oloves
oloves tnese'era-oloves get paid as little as some
30 odd cents an hour. I am aware
that these employes are paid on a
per-sbow basis, but it averages wut
to around 30 cents an hour. "(Be "(Because
cause "(Because -of the nature of their work,
they are required to work at night,
and must always report to work
neatly groomed, i. ;
"I de not knew when these em employes
ployes employes received their last raise.
But I de know that It's been at
least seven years. In this same
seven-year period, employes in
ether Panama Canal positions
have had etleast one increase
in selary.,;,..'ti 'f;.; I
feel that keeping the salary
of these employes pegged to a pre pre-horean
horean pre-horean War scale is unrealistic
"I know of several cases in which
eninloyes occupying these positions
have quit after discovering that
.they spend a good part of their pay
'check in just, getting to and from
8 ; PANAMA, R. P, THURSDAY,
Mum On RP Minister
ment was called to the atten attention
tion attention ef State Department of officials,
ficials, officials, but they and their
spokesmen declined to com-,
ment on It and instead refer J
red inquires to the official
text of Dulles' news conference
as approved by the Depart Department
ment Department for direct quotation sev several
eral several hours after the Secretary
spoke. .- ..
i .The official version of the
State Department recounted
this question .as having been
asked of the -Secretary by a
reporter at the news confer conference:
ence: conference: ',-r :
; "lr. Secretary, there seems
to have arisen in Panama an
area of misunderstanding be between
tween between that government and
ours as to what the Panama
Treaty does. I wondered if
you could comment on that
FBI Seeks Murder Evidence
To NailReisel Master mind:
NEW YORK. Aug. 30 (UP)
FBI agents sought today to ob
tain enough evidence to nnng
labor racketeer Johnny Dio to
trial for the gangland murder of
columnist Victor Kiesers acia acia-throwing
throwing acia-throwing assailant. r
- U.S. Attorney ram w.-nw
liams described Dio, whose
real name is John Dloguardl,
as the mastermind of the plot
that permanently blinded Rie-
S;:u::r; h U ;
D2tn:r.i:d Cy JUS
The United States has aemano-
A 4h nnstftr ff RotislBV ShSDOVS-
lov. Second Secretary oi w w
sian Mission to the United Nations.
The State Department announc
ed yesterday the action wss oa oa-n
n oa-n teatfmnnv of former Com
munist army Capt Michael Shatov
before the Senate internal aur-
ity Subcommittee .last june. onw
a Khnnnvalov tried to black-
mail him into returning w me
Cnuicf Union.;.' ' -v..?
told U. N. Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold it would demand
the recall of Aleksei Petukhov, a
Russian employe of the U N. Se Se-rotariat
rotariat Se-rotariat if he nersists in molest-
tag former Sbviet citizens now in
chatnv had nninted to Petuk
hov as another soviet omciai wuu
was conducting a campaign to get
former Russian citizensl to return
to the Soviet Union.
Fails To Get
work, and in making sure they
appear to work in the prescribed
manner. We believe that these em employes
ployes employes should receive a fairer com compensation
pensation compensation for their work. -
. "in rot pan, mm rnm
1 Company exercised a polity of
offering a reasonable number ef
epprenticeships every year,
"Unfortunately, durins the last
five-year period, the number of ap
prenticeships offered by the com
pany each year nas oeen uiraur
ishin. Todav. less and less young
men have the opportunity to learn
trade. Governor, what better way
is there to insure a loyal and ef
ficient work force for tomorrow
than by training them today? We
have the material and we are wiu
Then also, if a young man is
lucky enough to get an apprentice apprenticeship,
ship, apprenticeship, he is not guaranteed that be
will be hired as a trained journey
man at the completion of his four-
year training period, uovernor, n
does not seem practical that a
company will train a young man
foFvfour years, and then not even
offer him a job) at the end of his
training period. ".'
. "The next problem I wish te
being to your attention is the dif
ficulty which we face in trying
to get a classified Civil Service
"We can not be hired In classi
fied posihoDi unless we have Civ
il Service status, and we can not
acquire this status beeause the
Civil Service examinations are
closed. Only employes are eligible
AUGUST JO, 1358
The official version gave
the following as the text ef
"I am not aware of any mis misunderstanding,
understanding, misunderstanding, st least at the
official level There has been
a good deal of speculation as
to possible similarities between
the Sues Canal and the Pan Pan-ami
ami Pan-ami Canal. .
Actually, the situation Is
totally dissimilar in two vital
respects. First, the juridical,
the legal aspect of the prob problem.
lem. problem. The Sues Canal by the
treaty of 1S88 Is international internationalized,
ized, internationalized, '.t .1-
' "The Panama Canal U a wa waterway
terway waterway in a Zone where, by
treaty, the United States has
all the rights which it would
possess if it were the sover sovereign
eign sovereign 'to the entire exclusion
of the exercise by the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama of any such
el bnt admitted h lacked ev-'
Idence to accuse bim of mur murder..
der.. murder.. '";,'.'' ',:v.., -;
Williams said, however, '' that
the FBI was still in the case and
trying to get enough lnforma lnforma-tlpn
tlpn lnforma-tlpn to connect Dio directly with
the slaying of Abraham Tel vi, a
small-time hoodlum who alleg allegedly
edly allegedly blinded Rlesel to prevent
him from, giving information on
laboe racketeering to a grand,
iurv. were arrested Tuesday
i ...1. j
They were arraiirned on
Lharjes that they attempted,
to obstruct Justice by plotting
an attack on a grand jury wit witness.
ness. witness. But maximum penalty
on conviction on this charge
would y be only five years in
prison and $10,000 fines.
The FBI was reported exam examining
ining examining every clue ,ln an effort, to
bring Dio to trial for murder by
directly causing the death- of
TeM after the hired thug ; had
demanded more money for car carrying
rying carrying out the plot against Rie-
If the FBI obtains 'enough
Information, ft will be turned
over to District Attorney Frank
S. Hogan for tott use In pre preparing
paring preparing a case because the -murder
of Telvl Is not to the
federal government's Junsdic-
tion. ..I' y i"
Hogan was reported to be -gry
because his office had re received
ceived received no information from tne
in the Telvl slay-
ing which occurred on the lower
. - l.U.m lac Til.
east siae m miuiu
!y 28- .
to take these examinaUqns. IM
other alternative to wait for an
open examination, but Governor,
there Jiasn i Deen ---
aation- in the clerical fields since
1953..;. ',;;: .'.-v.,,
ln other words, we cannov c
hired unUl we pass a uvu serv service
ice service exam, and we cannot take
these examinations unless we are
employed. That u a rawer com complicated
plicated complicated problem, isnt It?
sucn poucies wuitu niS.v
mnrrow'i worn iorce iuuj
ni loud tn an unstable tomorrow.
Therefore, we respectfully submit
the following suggestions: ; v
"1 We petition inai a siuuy, m
made of the part-time theater' po
sitions. We are contiaeni tnai sucn
a study will prove that uus group
"2. We ask that a broader train train-ing
ing train-ing program be instituted for the
mutual benefit of the Panama Can
al Co; and of the employes who
win h railed uoon tomorrow to
continue! the efficient operation of
the Panama Canal.
"3. We ask for the establishment
ot open Civil Service examinations
to provide all an opportunity to
acquire a Civil Service status.
"We feel that the policies of the
Panama Canal Co. are depriving
us of the opportunities, responsibil responsibilities
ities responsibilities and benefits that go hand in
hand with gainful employment. We
do not ask for a handout --we do
not want a job for the sake of being
employed. We want the opportuni
ty to learn a useful vocation, and
to take our rightful place in the
sovereign rights, power of an
thority,' and: there la no In International
ternational International treaty giving other
countries any rights at all In
the Panama Canal except for
a treaty with the United King Kingdom
dom Kingdom which provides that it
has the right to have the same
tolls for its vessels as for ours."
To Stand By US
LONDON, Aug. 30 (UP) The
Dally Express today told Brit
ain to "stand firmly" beside the
United States if Panama tries to
seize the Panama Canal.
"The Panama Canal has been
a great and glorious American
enterprise and the whole world
has benefited from it," the Ex
"If the greedy eyes of Pana
manian politicians are raised
towards the canal, if a dlshon
est agitation breaks out on Nas Nasser's
ser's Nasser's model, British opinion
snouia not De deceived," it said.
"It should stand iirmly by the
treaty right of the United
StatesJ And recognize that those
rights .are an essential part of
the structure of a free world,"
Lora ueaveDrooK's paper said.
. ... ...j i, (L j i itj
NICOSIA Cyprus, Aug. 30
(UP)-The British government
today -ordered the senior Greek
Orthodox bishop of Cyprus plac
ed under house arrest on auspW
clon or connections ,witn the
rebel underground organization
Gov., Sir John Harding order
ed Bishop Anthomls of Kltium
confined to his orriclal resl
dence in Lanarca, He said a
captured diary allegedly written
by EOKA leader George Grivas
Imnllcated the bl3hop.-
Anthomls remained free' In
Cyprus after British authorities
exiled Archbishop Makarios. In
London Colonial Secretary Alan
Lennox-Bovd said Makarios may
be tried as "leader of the ter terrorist
rorist terrorist campaign"' on the basis of
information contained m ; tne
ranturert diarv. :
' EOKA today inflicted its first
casualtv since it called off a
week-long truce.. A man believ
ed to be British was shot In the
arm in downtown Nicosia, Two
bombine attemnts since the
truce ended at midnight Mon:
dv caused no inlurv.
Translated sections of the
aliened Grivas diary included
references, to the bishop of Kl Kltium.'.",'."..
tium.'.",'.".. Kltium.'.",'.".. ';' .;:!
Ona. dated 25 Aoril. 1955
said: "Ennls also reported that
k person was sent by the bishop
of Kltium wantinjr members of
our oritanlzatlon to be recom
mended to him for training.
"As regards this report I have
sent a letter to the general in
which T reoort what has nan-
nened and to make it known to
him that I shall not oermlt
others to give orders in the or or-esnizatlon.
esnizatlon. or-esnizatlon. Nothing will be done
without aoDrovaL" rr
Lennox-Bovd said "the gen
eral" was the code name for
MolrSTlns. : '
Officials said no decWon on
criminal chorges against thhse
named In the dlarv will be
made until translation is. com completed
pleted completed in about two weeks..
Failure to disnlav a wmd
shield sticker Indicating inspec
tion of his vehicle brought a
15 fin in Balboa Magistrate's
Court today for Wilfred Eras
mus Barker. 35.( Panamanian.
Pavment of the fine was sus
Mrs. Fredesvlnda Atenclo Tu-
on. 4T Panamanian, was Tinen
tlO for trespassing in Tivoll
Rodori?o Dunne. 30, a 8an
Was. w convicted of trunaw
inr at Ft. Amador, but innnsl
tlon of sentence was ausplded.
' v. .. -! -it:: ,.!. :
LONDON. Aun. 30 (UP)
nal committee launched Dreoarations for its mission to
Cairo today amidst, steadily
. Australian Premier Robert L Menzies and his com
mittee fly to Cairo Sunday to put the Dulles plan for in international
ternational international control of the Canal to Egyptian President
Gamal Abdel Nasser. ; :
' But new developments
faint hope that Nasser will
ty plan drawn up by the London conference:
1 Britain and France an
nounced last night that French
troops would be sent to Cyprus
the logical Jumping off point for
any armed intervention in Suez.
Unofficial reports said French,
paratroops were already on the
way from Algeria and a 30-shlp
task force was marshalling In
Z Egypt moved at diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic double-time today to line
up International support for
her refusal to nand over the
Sues canal to international
ft t 1
rln i. if r i .a
said rott Jiis would be im-
nlicated. t,u iar. two Briuah dip
lomats and three British civilians
have been accused of involve involvement
ment involvement In the theft of Egyptian
military secrets and other data.
A public trial win be neia next
Nasser meets again today with
India's roving Ambassador V. K.
Krishna Menion in what is In Interpreted
terpreted Interpreted here as a solid line-up
of forces against the Dulles plan
for Suez. -;..v:-,:
Egyptian sources said Nasser
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Aug. SO (UP)
Gov.- Frank J. Lausche of Ohio
said yesterday he visited the state
fair the other day and noticed a
woman frantically trying to reload
her camera. 'v;
'That's all right." the governor
told her, "I'll wait."
"You don t have to, sne saw,
"I'm waiting for Roy Rogers."
The cowboy star was an entertain
er at the fair.
Death Penalty Sought By State
For Weinberg Baby Kidnaper
MINEQLA. N.Y.. Aug. 30 (UP)
-rThe confessed abductor of pe
ter Weinberger was lnowtea on
charges of kidnaping and mur murder
der murder yesterday by a grand Jury
that heard two hours of tortured
testimony by the dead baby's
Each of the eharges against
Angelo John Lamarca, 'iovfng
lather" .of two young children,
could bring a maximum of
death in Sing .'Sing Prison's
electric- chair. ::" ---'r r
, The state has Vowed to do all
In its power to execute the swar swarthy
thy swarthy mechanic and part-time taxi
driver, who kidnaped Peter Ju July
ly July 4 at the age of only 32 days
and left him to die under a road roadside
side roadside honeysuckle thicket the next
day. : ;'
Lomarra si. did. not appear
before the grand jury. The only
witness in addition to Mrs. Bet Betty
ty Betty Weinberger, 33, was the Nas Nassau
sau Nassau county medical examiner,
Dr. Theodore Curphey, who ex examined
amined examined Peter's pitiful remains.
The appearance of Mrs. Wein Weinberger,
berger, Weinberger, a high school biology
teacher, marked the climax of
the ordeal that began for her at
3:30 p.m. juiy t wnen sne went
to the patio at the rear of her
home In Westbury, N.Y. and
found Peter's carriage was emp-
The Kidnaper had lert a pen
- jCiiea note aemanaing sz.uup ru-
From that moment until she
The five'-nntinn Sucr Cm.
worsening prospects for 'a
. ,' ',
further clouded the already
agree to the 17-nation major-
and Kfenon are "to fun agree-
ment on how the crisis should
. It was considered likely Nas Nasser
ser Nasser will ping for the Indian al alternative
ternative alternative plan when he meets -the
Sues canal committee -'
headed by Menkes next, Mon-
This plan calls for'Egyptlaa i
operation of the 101 -mile wa-.
Additional power was put into)
Nasser's counterpunch Tuesday
when Sov.rt Ambassador rv'ie-
the espionage case may result l
seizure of the multi-million doi.
lar Anglo-Egyptian oilfields re refinery.
finery. refinery. -'
Court Rules Love
Than Suez Canal
SHEFFIELD, England, Aug;
3D (UP) A court ruled yes yesterday
terday yesterday that true love runs
deeper than the Sues Canal
and permitted an 18-year-old
English girl to marry an Egyp-
' tlan. 't-
- The parents of Jill West had
refused her permission to mar mar-Dr.
Dr. mar-Dr. Shawkat Abdel-Kader
Ismail, a lecturer at Cairo
University, because of the 'in 'international
ternational 'international situation."
The city court overruled the
parents' objections, and the
couple immediately obtained a
'marrtare license. They said
would live in Alexandria.
examined a few shreds of Peter's
clothing yesterday, Mrs. Wein Weinberger
berger Weinberger had clung to the hope
that -her baby was alive. She
made repeated trips In reply to
telephone calls that turned out
to be hoaxes. v-,r '.r:.r-i;.
She followed up every possible
clue until yesterday, red-eyed ;
from weeping, she went home
front police headquarters certain
that peter was dead.
Mrs. Weinberger appeared
rested when she arrived at th
Nassau County Courthouse this :
morning escorted by two detew
tlves. Her eyes no, longer were
red from weeping. 'Dressed In a
beige suit and white shoes, she
went before the grand Jury and ;
for two hours ,toia the story oi
The detectives took her borne
after her court appearance. She -paused
to pose for news photog- a
raphers but had no comment -for
Then Murphey testified
briefly about h's medical find findings
ings findings in examining the bones.
hair and shreds of cloth that :
were all that remained of Fe-
When Lamarca was arrested
last Thursday by FBI agents, -after
his handwriting h!d been
painstakingly traced, he con
fessed he kidnaped peter but
said1 the child was alive when
he put him "gently" on the
ground In the thicket.
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. 'i would like to use this medium to show my appreciation
for the courteous and friendly attitude shown me during my
. ten-day stay at the Balboa Jail. : .
My ceU was quit breezy, the bunk waa comfortable, and
' the food was very tasty. '.
So once again, thanks fellows for the nice time you showed
me during my brief stay at your commodious Jail
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To Hits The Spot: ' '
You rertmnlv have something there asking, for a Coca Cola
vending machine at the Amador Beach Club. I'm all for it.
Everywhere e.'se on the Isthmus you can get a coke for a nickel,
Including Panama City and the Interior as far as David. Why
can't we getit at Amador? ",','
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' Leonard'! pal is "Jackson," a six-month-oldl, 50-pound moun mountain
tain mountain lion. Kfcer has a lot to look forward to, for Jackson will
weigh better than 200 pounds at full growth. The animal was
given to Riser, a big-game hunter himself, by a Colorado friend.
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Acceptance speeches of Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential Candidates Dwight D. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and Adlai E. Stevenson
ought to be read together. Both
speeches take good long looks at
toe future. The country is lucky.
as it was in 1352,- to have two
such candidates of high ideals.
No one can doubt that Stevenson
and Eisenhower really want
peace, progress and prosperity,
which was a Democratic slogan in
1920, as well as the GOP slogan
Of 1956. .V,
Stevenson said: "I for one am
ready to acknowledge the sin
cerity of the Republican Presi
dent's desire for peace and
happiness for alL'VBut on other
points Stevenson was critical of
Declaring that, "I do not pro propose
pose propose to make political capital out
of the President's illness," Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson attacked "the conduct of the
President's office and of the ad administration
ministration administration he heads as very
much of an issue" in this cam cam-pvign.
pvign. cam-pvign. Proident Eisenhower's
speech didn't even mention the
existence of his opponent.
. Each candidate poited to his
party's glorious past. But it is to
the future of America that they
turn with greatest enthusiasm. The
two candidates' pictures of Amer
ica today differ,-, ',1... v ;
' Pointing to the lone-ranee ob
jectives of his administration, as
contrasted with short-term meas
ures of expediency. Eisenhower
listed these major accomplish
rents: Help for the farmer
through the sou bank plan.
Achievement of labor peace with
out government interference. Re
duction of the concentration of
economic power in Washington. A
new 14-ppint progarmt o aid small
business, v, .;-. v r
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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
ment and delectation of Arab' UN at NBC and elsewhere as well as romances that never hanncnrii
personnel. Said to prbivde them'fahulous trade showings, and in and who the H- ii-Lea Valenta?
wim nasmsn iwmcn is ling size ner ipare ume sne mvenmi ana quote and I'd like to know
gadgets including everything from; too.
perfume carriers to aireondiuonedi
Hees in Shees Clothing: Beach
One at Riis Park (Rockaway) has
Today's Mortimer Medal'lon'
(This and nine more eolumns
One World But Who Wants It: tlon and ending up with a two-1 body, and it's not Hull! it w
Feds investieatiniT' rumors of 'a vear job suoervisinc SO emnlevea. eoes to show
As Wevenson sees it, everyone; "private" club in Greenwich Vil- Now Michi dreams up the cos-1 a good girl nobody, wants to know
iu America is uuii prQsuerou. iut lor me emenainment. smiisc- lumes an': die viaeo soeciacuiars snout it n vtv mv ,m nhnm
had his fair share of national in
come. Thirty million Americans
are today living in families trying
to make ends meet on less than
$2,000 a year. The small business
man, teacher, white Collar worker
and retired citizen are in serious
trouble. In this government of big
men big financially no one
speaks for the little man, he says.
. "The Republican party's rec
ord,"; says Elsebower, J "has
brought; about more genuine prog progress
ress progress toward equal justice and op
portunity in the last three: years
than ; was achieved in all the
previous .20 year( put together,'
"1, wm, nave m coniess snai ce
Republican aflminisrationl haSi
performed a minor miracle'! says
Stevenson. "After 20 years" of in
cessant damnation of the New
Deal, they have not: only not re-
nealed it. thev Lave swauowed it.
Anoraisals of the international
situation by i the two candidates
"Our country has never before
in peacetime oeen so weu pre
pared militarily." says Eisenhow
er. He lists these major require requirements
ments requirements for tenieving peace:
Maintenance of our own national!
security. Attainment of collective
security not in military strength
alone but In wlitlcal and e C O-
nomic help as well. Unceasing ef
fort, towards duarmament. rro-
motion of the. administration's
Atoms for Peace plan. Bridging of
the chasm that now separates the
free world from: the peoples under
"We are (osing bur mlBtary ad
vantage.! says Stevenson. "Our
prestige has never been lower .
We are losing the cold war." He
lists these requirements to change
course: we must strennnen uie
reefers) and Arab darcina sals.
It is an established, fact that many
foreign embassies Import, narcot narcotics
ics narcotics in their' diplomatic, pouches
(which are untouchable). It is also
known that some countries, espe especially
cially especially Iron Curtain, provide un unmarried
married unmarried male employer with con concubines
cubines concubines (brought in on diplomatic
passport) to save them from "con
tamination" by American wench;
OS... 4, .ty w ;..:.,; ,.-. .WW i1!;
' Last Week's Hot Nothings Next
Week: Pete Jaeger (Remember;
nirar m aimosi pecame Mr. una
Turner) living it up at Ed Wynne's
Hrwyh ; with Eleanor'; Raid the
stolen the olav from Cherry Grove.
On Sundays thousands of interme intermediates
diates intermediates of all three sexes nauseate
the normal (and are there any?)
who happen 'to come there by ac accident.
cident. accident. Painted weirdies in dolls'
bikinis and short-haired women
thumb their noses at society, but
plain clothes coppers (disguised
ss limp-wristers? are taking pic pictures
tures pictures and names and any Sunday
now you can expect a swoop on
pixy... . Today's for maybe it the Beach and much waning pe-
was yesterday's) John- Jacob Astor, fore the magistrates by dignified, retr0snectV
ibcm. uKun viuuuiicii . nauv
soma wonderful Chinese chowi
Try the Peking, which caters to
the carriage trade, on Second Ave.
. v Doris O'Donnell, columnist
manager at the Cape Cod Sum.,tfi following from lovelyj0"
c:er Theatre . Warning to Walt Nancy Berg (who is my favorite
era: Following the swoop on th:MI. ice or oinerwiEej ana i
Waldorf banquet maitre d's, Inter-i Quote: Who are. those, fellas jou
nal Revenue out to check all reported me withT Somebody s
swankeries, with especial attention pubheity man (I don't have one)
to tips signed on charge accts. s way behind the times I ve
, t -' . been out of town all Summer do-
.'.'.:.. -. "I :" v Vlnf stock, now doing i "Tender
utue oi inis, Mucn wss oiTrgp. tmj "Fifth Sesson" In Clin-
inai: wai mat naxuia nyer wim .... rMn.. than tn Favtlv 1
Fa., for 'Champagne Complex,
gets me a rest): To my favorite
columnist, man of letters, great
wit and gentreman of distinction
(or Is it extinction) for valor in
nightly quafiini champagne og
mg chorines and interviewing
semi-clad cuties in the line of duty
while acting as a three-quarter
substitute for the three-quarter va vacationing
cationing vacationing WW. , ;
Wisdom of a White Way Wolfi
n retrncnoMi' Thuv'll t. m lr
distinguished businessmen (I mean
. . a CTD(JM1U11 J UU T IV W Kl T Visit
mats wnat mey preieno w oe sne ni uk, ym or whtt ym bavea'tj
fKili Ul uie wvca..; .
got But the more you shower on
them.-the more they'll laugh at
Attention Press Agents: Pleaset0'' 7St
.rf tha fellnunncr from lnvalv Don t be a Cluck. (But it S SO
U-I's English actor, John Bentley?
(Only asking, don't care.) .
Despite the mounuun-out-ot-moie-hill
manufacturers (or maybe
because of them), Sherm Billings Billings-ley's
ley's Billings-ley's Stork doing sensational Sum Summer
mer Summer biz. Operated to turn-aways
over the week-end . I don't be believe
lieve believe this item either, but tt fills
ml t- IL... !,...
Dace; inara a au atuiut wuiii
instructor named Murray Arthur l
and there's an Arthur Murray pu-ia
pil named Arthur Murray ( pitcher
political and conomic fabric of for New Orleans of the Southern I
uaaciur . nivuaiu uuii; is
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cousin oi Anuiuny uon uui ue
aceiua w yilci nitiuvi .i.ikv
Dani Crayne to British politics
and wouldn't you? ,
LINCOLN. .Neb. (UP) The
average price of a pound loaf of
white oread to city consumers was
70 per cent more in 195S than in
1946. During the same period, the
price farmers received for wheat
siHi other nreart increments aver-
and 1 haven't been out with any-aged only 20 per cent higher.
i f.'V Vs"., wiiK- ,'--J
leaders aren't talking about it but
they aren't at all hr,Dv aWn
three scandals festering under the
nose of the Grand Old Party. Only
consolation is that the Democrats
always seem inept when it comes
to investigating Republicans, at
wast since the days of Harry S.
Here are the three smeDs per percolating
colating percolating up to the Republican nos-
Small Ne. 1 is in Sacramento
just a few miles from the recent
concalve of distinguished Republi Republicans.
cans. Republicans. Republican delegates at San
Francisco ignored it. But Gus John
son, long-time Republican treas treasurer
urer treasurer of California, is in hot water.
He's been in hot water since his
son -cashed SS bad checks. John
son, now 75, had given virtual con
trol of the state treasury to his
It has also been revealed that
Johnson placed $22,000,000 of state
runas in the urocker-Anclo Nation
al Bank, although he owned 100
shares of stock in that bank. John
son had accused Governor Knight,
a fellow Republican, of influenc
ing him in depositing- state funds
tn Danks friendly to the Republi Republican
can Republican party. But JCnight proved this
to be wrong. Knight has welcomed
the investigation. ;
i Gus Johnson was recently re-
eiectea, aeieaung Democratic can
didate for treasurer George E.
Hire Strip Teaser
Smell Ne. I Is on the East
Coast, involving Republican mem members
bers members of the Delaware River Joint
!'oll Bridge Commission, who now
ace criminal charges for allegedly
paying themselves $78,591 and hir hiring
ing hiring strip tease dancer Mrs. Nony
oranaf ot Waynes Fa., better
knpwn as "Miss TNT from Gay
Paree."She was paid $715 alleged allegedly
ly allegedly for stenographic work.
-Alexander B. Miller; y Republi Republican
can Republican member of the board, ia also
accused of financing trips to San
Francisco, Atlanatie City, Phoenix
Arizona, and Las Vegas with pub public'
lic' public' funds. s ; !.,-.
Republicans are hoping these
criminal charges will not be aired
iust before elections. But this' may
le wishful thinking.
Small Ne. 3 -r- Flared up in
Chicago while the Democrats were
happened to go to Fort Lauderda' j
for a free sojourn with Crv.. j
iiodge instead of going to more
popuiar Miami Beach has not ba
adequately explained and Demo Democrats
crats Democrats so far haven't done any in investigating.
When Donald Dawson, a mem member
ber member of Harry Truman's White House
staff, spent a couple of free nights
at the Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach,
it was headline news all over t'e
U.S.A. It was investigated by Sena Senator
tor Senator Fulbright of Arkansas, an ar ar-dent
dent ar-dent Democrat.
Today a Senate investigating
committee is under another Ark Arkansas
ansas Arkansas Democrat, John McClellan,
who has strong Republican lean leanings
ings leanings and isn't too anixous to Un Un-vestigate
vestigate Un-vestigate Republicans. So far, he
hasn t moved decisively to probe
the lobbying record of Murray
Chotiner, Vice President Nixon's
campaign manager. Jtepublieans
E-'M. Thompson is facing Her Herman
man Herman Talmadge of Georgia for th
Senate seat being vacated by the
venerable and honorable Walter
George. Thompson, who was elect-
father, Gene, has since sustained
Hermal hutdi on
' There isn't much left for Thomp Thompson
son Thompson to run on, but be has one of
the more humorous plstforms la
politics: .'. -. .. r
"H you want to get the mud out
of the water, you've got to set the
hog out of the spring."
Georgia pollsters 'are predicting
that Hog Talmadge will remain in
the .spring as long as he wants.
V mw IkeXhrls .E-uttwvi'
Just as Harold Stassen started
up the ramp at the San francisco
Cow Palace to make his second
nig speech for Nixon, a member
of the Rhode Island Republican
delegation put a message in his
hand. Stassen thought it minht v..
important, took a quick look. The
note read: "Please don't throw
way au your ike and Chris but buttons.
tons. buttons. We need them for mi,
eW!te,,1LRhode Is,an1. Chris Da
meeting there, but they were tool Sesto." The message followed with
Muy i pay mucn anenuon. : uiuiuie insirucuons telling Stassen
inere Republican State Auditor; wna to send the Dee and Chris
Tha Right to Go .Wrong: Dele Delegates
gates Delegates returning from the Donkey
Convention confirm that the nom nomination
ination nomination of Adlai, the precious pa patrician
trician patrician from Princeton, was a
"deal" between the worst of the
underworld and the naivest of the
eggheads and liberals. This
strange political alliance was first
outlined by a couple of "discred
ited" reporters named Lait and
Mortimer (discredited by the un
derworld and the eggheads that
is) who proved that in city after
city the leftwing plays with the
. i m. J .La Tt
nooas,- loo ou-yiy anu mo u-1
linois Democratic machines arejl
completely owned by the Infamous
Capones and Fischettis and no
o.i.i nf thta is aver made.. Dur-
tag Adlal's lour years in Spring Springfield
field Springfield the Mafia had a field day.
It may have surpr.sed you, but
not ma. to ie the ADA, Eleanor,
Herbie Lehman, Paul Douglas and
nnr alliances. We must protect the
new nations In the exercise of
their full independence. We must
heln nther nannies out of Commu
nist or colonial servitude along'
the hard road to freedom.
Convicts Who Made
Mier Police Chase
MONTGOMERY.' Ala.. Aug. 30
(UP) Some 30 convicts made a
break from Kilby State Prison, in
a work truck yesterday but two
were killed and the rest recaptur recaptured
ed recaptured after a five-mile cahse.-
it,. trtixV fumed over '"nroba
My" after pursuing guards shot
out a tire, Warden C. P. Burford
It was not determined at once
if the two convicts, were miea oy
eimfire or in the crackup of the
truck. An "undetermined number
of others were lniured.
Rurford said -the convicts made,ti .h. nthBr innnrent heart-bleed
their break from the heart of thel. .t.ina aiHe-hv-side and vot-
hi'?e prison layout near the gravelly. flat-nose, cauliflower-
rru.. umnuJuml a Til-jinn w .. i n.l..
work truck dnven by a trusty ",-hi..; ,
The fugitives threw tha Wv!mcFn-
1 .i. s. 41 saul mm 4UatI ''
onver out on wo i-m wyi Lupo Look Out: Latest eiecrr- aj
roared out of the prison mfonf lcevice is a closed-circuit TV,
pursued, by guards in another" .ae"c "kt6t. wbich will I
truck. Burford saia ine guarasi-"- r ; ia every
used only .22 c.Uber.rUle, 1, tt3j&25
pursuit. hr Ant An vou anv good to try
, to sneak her in by having her
SUDDEN FAME come up in another elevator.
Stars in Her Eyes (and Miile,
I Center of Family Entertainment
1 :v Internationally Famous Dane Team
7 Mj WloAliilt
' Tha Girl with tha Golden Voica ;
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Orville Hodge has been sentenced
to zo years in jau for stealing a
million and a half dollars from
tne Illinois state Treasury.
ine mteresuna uuntr. however
is how Hodge managed to apt
away-With this without being
stopped by Illinois Governor Strat Strat-ton
ton Strat-ton and other members of his n.
iiuuucan aamuusrrauon. .,;
Hodge had well-known can ester
connections. He is reported to have
received heavy campaign contribu contributions
tions contributions from the under world and
may have siDhonerl mm. nf th
aougn flipped out of the Illinois
State Treasury .into buying a night
uuu iu jas vesas
m But the amazing fact is that the
Strattcm administration either
not alert or did nothing to stop
" iuuivua xiuuingswortn, Illi Illinois
nois Illinois Finance Dirertnr
by Governor Stratton, 'is supposed
.v 6. mU atcuuiuing oi state fin finances
ances finances every three months. Under
Gov. Adlai Stevenson, finances
were audited. But under Stratton.
either they were not audited or the
shortages were overlooked.
Warren Wright. State treasurer
was supposed to check on state
j-j "ovoucners. Either he
didn t check, or he overlooked the
shortage. At any rate, Illinois vot voters
ers voters would like to know what ),..
pened, and the chances are they
Will It A Km B ....;-
November";. : OBpTc,?..lB
, : 7 ; Hall's Free Lodging T';''
One interesting national rt.v.w
ment is that Orville Hnriae mi.
Len Hall. Hodge owned a motel,
ft! irr,'?. Fort Lauderdale
Jla., where Hall was a nnnnavinJ
buttons. This is what you call real
"Noter De Sesto' is candidate for
The famed advertising agency
BBD-0 has handled all the Repub Republican
lican Republican campaign, except for elec election
tion election eve when young Republicans
will stage a giant spectacular. A'l
three TV netwo s v l r i l
The GQP puna to If t
million collars mil si m j
. .President Eisei, kit 1 '.
Secretary of the Interior, "Gen "Generous"
erous" "Generous" Doug McKay, that he v I
come to Oregon to can-pi i j r
him personally. He said he7 uuij
be delighted to take a poke at
Sen. Wayne Morse. .Vice Presi President
dent President N i x o n has told GOP col colleagues
leagues colleagues he will wage a very digni dignified
fied dignified campaign. He will hold one
press conference every day, will
not whistle-stop, but will travel by
P'ane.' .Judson Morhouse, head
of the New York delegation, raised
cam when the Wall Street Journ?l
distributed free copes to eve-y
delegate. Morhouse claimed it was
a plot to stamp the Republican
f "."Presenting Wall Street.
Jn H-W'tePP- in' and stopped
. THAT'S TOO BAD
OGDEN Utah -UP)- Ju9
Charles H. Sneddon fined an 13-year-pld
driver $100 or 50 days in
jaU -for driving 65 miles an hour
through heavy traffic and running
six stop signs. In his defense t: a
youth explained ho didn't know l a
guest last spring. Just how Hall was being followed by an oflic
ji f. Songstress!
Anawar to Previous Puzi'a
Local Canal Zona Singing Discovery -v
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UP) -!
Auto dealer w.s.
i !i.. pt.iet theatrical costume
auio oeaier w.a. wuuKuun rou- ".' .v...-- ,,M. . fh r r-tinely
tinely r-tinely bought an Alabama license designer to iown is Mlchi of the
tag from Jefferson County of- Roxy." She's the Nisei youngster n
ficials and suddenly discovered wno went irom a """ ""-
he was the center of attention. 'ter to Broadway and TV fashloni-
tag stardom over mgni wr wui
Inio.the Roxy without ap introduc-lf-
r with '
' Providing Music for Your Dancing Pleasure.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS
10:00 P.M. and 12:30 A.M.
No admission charge No cover No mioimora
i Phone for, Reservations Today r
He had boueht the SKi.oooth
sold in 1956, a new record
Panama 2-2123 24830
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7 on the
j.1 She is a ':
1J African worm
U Reply (ab.)
IS Bitter vetch
21 Solid body
27 Blow with
, open hand
2t Girl's name
32 Fran water
33 Blackbird of
24 Greek portico
38 Son of Sethi
41 Offensive odof
44 Roof tola!
44 BrazlUaa ;
47 Shred '"
49 Scottish alder
30 Land (Latin)
51 One who
53 Jump )
2 Turns aside
3 False shew
4 Dutch City
S Texan shrine 23Heroical
I Depot (ab.)
f Greater la
10 Armed fleet
. 37 Donkey
3 I 38 ShriU cry
39 EiMiaa siiot
25 Pluto or Mars 40 Long
26 Dyestuff 41 Scorch
30 French article 42 Stringed
34 Holy one
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THrKSDAY, ArGrST 39, 1958
TEZ PANAMA AMERICA AN ESTEPEXDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
I : i
THE ADJUTANT GENERAL SECTION'S two biggest "money men" In the Suggestion Awards
Program are pictured with Col. William N. Hornlsh, AG, United States Army Caribbean. At
a recent ceremony Jorge Molina, left, received another certificate for an adopted suggestion!
A few months' earlier he was the star performer at an awards ceremony at which he was'
given a check for $95. In the picture above Julio Hernandez, center, holds the fourth check
earned In 12 months for turning In money saving suggestions. (U.S. Army Photo)
Yh:n Vifa Acftars
'Dirty BscV 1
SCR ANTON, N. H., (UP) A
grammar school principal was not
fired because bis wile wrote a
"dirty book," a town official said
"I've never seen the book," said
William Dunn, chairman of the
school board, "and 1 don't believe
either of the other two members
of the board have seen it." -The
decision to discharge
George Metalious, 32, from his
$3,000 post was "just something
between the board and Metalious,"
Metalious had been quoted as
saying he was fired "because they
don't like her book."
The novel, "Peyton Place," to
be published Sept. 24, is the first
literary work of Mrs. Grace Meta
ine Door, is a story of "rape.
incest and murder," Mrs. Metali
ous said today in an interview.
"These are the facts of life In
New England as elsewhere but
many-people would rather turn
their backs on them." ; v
Mrs. Metalious said that In writ
ing "Peyton Place" she "tried to
give a true picture of New Eng
land small town life," but added,
"probably, people will call it a
i WORM CHAMP
HOLYOKE, Mass. -(UP)-Ar-nold
.J Hahn claims to be the
world's champion worm-digger. So
tar wis year Hahan has dug up
55,000 worms. He said he la trying
to break the mark of 110,000 be
set last year. . ...
(eiilain Forced To
Shcre As Mexican
MEXICO CITY, Aug. 30 (UP) -Investigation
of "miserable condi conditions";
tions"; conditions"; aboard a Mexican steam steamship
ship steamship was ordered Monday as 37
of 500 Mexican workers being de
ported from tne united states
leaped into the sea to escape.
Five were reported drowned.- (
Officials said the illegal farm
workers (wetbacks) "packed like
sardines" aboard the S.S. Mercu Mercu-rio,
rio, Mercu-rio, set up a wild clamor to be put
ashore in Tampico as they passed
en route to Veracruz from Port
When the captain refused, say saying
ing saying his orders were to ck in
Veracruz, 150 miles south of Tam Tampico,
pico, Tampico, the wetbacks began a rowdy
demonstration and 37 leaped into
the sea to swim ashore; ?; ,:,
Capt. Jorge Noval Espinosa ra radioed
dioed radioed Tampico port officials for
permission to bring his ship in aft aft-r
r aft-r he was unnWe to rpsture order,
jsiiii k! for tresis to be rushed
to the dock.
The I.Iercurio was the object of
attacks by two United States sen senators
ators senators recently because of "slave
liiu" conditions reported by the
wetbacks whoi f.n constantly shut shuttled
tled shuttled home after entering the Unit
ed States illegally to seek work.
Authorities said that although
500 of the workers were packed a-j
board, the Mercurlo carried only
two life boats with a capacity of
45 persons each. ' '.
Sanitary conditions were report reported
ed reported practically non-existent and the
wetbacks complained they were
charged one dollar for" sandwiches
In Brink's Trial
, BOSTON,. Aug. 30 (UP) The
1,621st venireman was seated yes yesterday
terday yesterday to complete the jury on the
18th day of the Brink's robbery
trial, j., .'.
Postal clerk Cornelius A. Leary
was sworn in-as an alternate. A
few minutes (earlier another juror
asked to be excused ; because he
"had become emotionally upset."
The explanation offered by; Ru Rudolph
dolph Rudolph Jacoby Jr. was that he did
not realize it was the Brnk's case
untiV after he had been accepted.
Jacoby was excused by Judge Fe-
Immediately after the jury was
completed, Paul r. Smith, chief
defense counsel for the eight de defendants,
fendants, defendants, indicated he might ask
for a new trial on the basis of
ine next step in tne tnarwas
the reading of a bill of particulars
against the men charged with
staging the largest cash robbery
and five cents for a cigarette.
Officials said the wetbacks were
finally allowed to debark in Tarn-
pitv auu pet UUk; UU 1UUI J.UI
homes in Guanajuato and Jalisco!
states in Central-Western Mexico.!
, X CAR SOUNDS ALARM
NEW HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI
An automobile called out its own
"SOS" but help. came too late.!
John Saharek heard the. horn,
caused by a fire,. but when he
got. there the car was destroyed. 1
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fSaean (Dutton) is that rare de-
ugni, a second nover that fulfills
the promise of the author's first.
iuung as miss aagsn u (21) her
writing i. imbued with matnrHv
so naturally presented as to seem
not in the' least surprising.
nere, as in Bonjour Tnstesse,
Miss Satan's heroin i a vmma
girl who, acting out of purely sel-
usn mouves, linos nerseu em
broiled in anmcthinff far havniull
Dominique enters an affair with
Luc, the uncle of a friend, know knowing
ing knowing in advance that he loves his
wife ami eannnt thrfnrn Invo hr
She enters' the affair because it
seems to offer relief from the
'existentialist!!' hniwtnm ha hum.
drum routine of their lives; be because
cause because they like each other; be because
cause because the possible consequences
seem negligible. Francoise, Luc's
wife, may be hurt if she finds out
about it, but not very hurt; Ber Ber-trand,
trand, Ber-trand, Dominique's boy friend,
hardly seems worti considering;
and Francoise may fall, in love
with Luc, but well, knowing the
uanger in advance puts it beyond
the realm ofj the possible, ;
jr.hr.the quality of remorse.
Which Miss Sagan so delicately
weaves into her tl inrf th. ....
dor and delight of the telling, that
in this zory substitute a sort of
fragile tenderness for immoral immorality.
ity. immorality. Wisdom, charm, and that as as-nect
nect as-nect of beantv
set this novel apart as they did
oagan s nrst. . I
David PattMi a
" "Oivil wvj,
DUt he SDent moat of hi hnvhnnw
summers on his grandfather's
chicken farm in S'cunnet (Sakon-
net). R. I. Thru SiHa. t !.. c...
(Rhinehart) is a collection of those
naicyon aays and the peopie who
snarea mem witn him.
. Someone ones laid arl 9nfl.
century S'cunnet was "like a place
""ere you linger on the way to
aicep. ana f auen itni t nri. him.
self visitins thr h Hrifi. n
ine town ne anew wis a sort
Of CBDIuln of northxi. TT c
history. He slept in a room once
AilAltnufl k. T I 1
""i" uy juiin ana rriscuia
Alden s daucrhtor Rofiv
White child horn in New V.naUnA
and he spent a good many hours
paying wun Mamie d'Azevada,
first child horn in K'nim.! A k.
" bw.MV. UIC
Portuguese who were then begin
ning io aispiace the "old stock."
Other strains that influenced New
England wern rnruntil k i
una, me ocuia-jnono girt
wno was Mamie's constant com com-nanion.
nanion. com-nanion. : : ,;.
Almost evcrvnno In
was a Wilbour, Wilbor, Wilbur or
Wilber th aiwllinv rinnnlin
i m ..u.ii?, vii
the whim of past town clerks j
ana wiey were all more or less
related to the author.; His grand grandfather,
father, grandfather, Isaae Wilhmir
owner or wnat wis then the bij-
Pftst rhirbpn farm fa fk TTniA
tates and the patriarch of the
cian. i ,. ,i
Pattun hit l!vul tnr
. - m.u cars
in Providence, where he retired
in ism as managing editor of the
knew vanished with bis boyhood
svuib aw years ago, out it is warm-1
j ana loucninffiv rr.)i i
lurcm oioes to tne sea.,, v
Tha main Ai nmtf mam 'a .u
, H....a .win ui me
Lyons Hotel in Lyons, Pa., is the
scuiur iut jonn u Hara s latest
book. Dr. Samuel G. Merritt is
beinf nonoivii at a Ainn i ...
ognitlon of his 40 years of service
w we community. ; i ; t
A F a m i I v Part Rj.
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"iiu juiroaucuon, ot me text of
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Shoemaker, president of the Lyons
",u s ne orator of the
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auu snuan ai SM.mitr in...
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T Jn1.wn1' explains in detail
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Red China Plans Trade Deal To Aid
Egypt In Fighting British Squeeze :
I LONDON Auk. (UP) Ked
; China was reported today to be
negotiiiUng big trade deal with
.t Egypt, payable partly in Swiss
currency. 1 '"'"
. Tbe move, reported by British
'bai'-ing quarters, appeared-ealcu-i
latt d to eombme Chinese hom re re-''quirements'
''quirements' re-''quirements' with political gesture
. to counter the British freeze on
ffvnMnn ferlinff arrnunt
Tha rannrf oaifj Itfvi China ll-
xeadv nag paid an initial sum of
f some 2,000,000- Swiss francs (-
t boot halt muuon doiiari) to a-
i syptian accounts in swmenana.
- Sevier bloc countries were at
the same time expected to ex extend
tend extend offers for more barter ar
1 ransementa with Cairo, again to
counter the British economic
aqueese on Egypt.'
Red China has been buying cot cotton
ton cotton from Egypt for soma time and
apparently is seeking more of this
But the timing of the deal is
considered no mere coincidence.
It enables the Peiping regime to
look after its own needs and at
the same time to appear as ben benefactor
efactor benefactor of the hard-poessed Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian economy.
' The Communist move coincided
with British efforts to frustrate E E-gyptian
gyptian E-gyptian hopes for credits in other
Britain was understood to have
approached governments of lead lead-ins
ins lead-ins commercial countries suggest
ing that they discourage local
b.-.nks from extending credits to & &-gypt
gypt &-gypt There was no official knowledge
so far of tha response of foreign
governments to the British ap approach.
proach. approach. But informed sources said
that as result of, this approach
some of the European finance cen centers
ters centers have lately exerted caution in
dealings with Egypt. .-
But some concrete developments
have revealed that the squeeze is
India recently decided to pay
Egypt in rupees instead of continu continu-ine
ine continu-ine her nrevioui nractlc of niv.
ling partly in rupees and partly in
signing, mis woum enawe Egypt
to Sell the rupees and avoid the
freezing of her sterling earnings
from this source. i
Japan in turn has agreed to ac accept
cept accept deferred payment for her ex exports
ports exports to Egypt. This enables E E-gypt
gypt E-gypt to carry on her trade with
Japan despite the sterling freeze.
7f Injures 15 In
MONTREAL, Aug. 80 (UP)
Four children and three adults
were killed yesterday when fumes
from a broken gas main exploded
and destroyed a four residence
brick Xuilding 1 ere.
- Fifteeen other residents were in injured;
jured; injured; seven seriously. They man managed
aged managed to escape from the ruins
which wer swept by fire minutes
after the explosion. The blast rock rocked
ed rocked the entire neighborhood in a
Montreal suburb. Debris, pieces of
lurniture ana nousenoia fixtures
were hurled several blocks, v
The dead "were: Alex Anderson,
68, his wife, 63; Mrs. Arnold Ly
ons, 30; Lioyd Williams, 8; his sis sister,
ter, sister, Lorna, 2; Danny Lyons, 3;
and his sister, Kathleen, 2. 1
A Quebed Hydro spokesman
said the broken pipe was a two two-inch
inch two-inch service main leading into one
of the dwelling units from an
eight-inch fetid m'n buried under
the street. He said the weight of a i
bulldozer on a contracting Job
snapped the pipe.
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MR. AND MRS. JOHN RODNEY ELY.
BRAZILIAN AMBASSADOR WILL GIVE RECEPTION -TO
CELEBRATE BRAZIL'S INDLPENDENCE DAY
The Brazilian Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. Agulnaldo
Boulitreau Fragoso, have issued invitations to a reception at
the Embassy residence, to be held Sept. 7 to celebrate Brazil's
In Maryland c
The announcement has been Te Te-oaivpii
oaivpii Te-oaivpii nf the marriage of Miss
Phyllis Jean Stocks, daughter of i
Mr. and Mfs. miner aiocus vi r
dpn North Carolina, to Mr.
Charles Edward Smith, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David S. Smith of Mar-
cnrita Tarsal Zone. The ceremony
u ai performed at the Rivordale
!;! ,;.t Church, I,ai. -Jary-J
I, on Ana. 10, at 8 p.m.
i i ( alletitiants were Mr. and
J rs. Kenneth C. Krogh,' brother-
in-law and sister of the groom
and former residents of the Canal
Zone. Among the guests were Mrs.
Paul R. McDonald and Miss Kath
leen C. Kipgh, sister and niece of
the eroom. who are. also former
Canal Zone, residents.
Mr. Smith was graduated from
Cristobal High School, with the
Class of 1953.,. Ji':- v V"
Both "Mr. and Mrs. Smith have
been attending East Carolina Col College
lege College in Greenville North Carolina.
Belcher-White Wdding Plans''; Plans'';-Miss
Miss Plans'';-Miss Barbara Jane White,
daughter of Mr." and Mrs. Winth-
rop S. White of New Cristobal will
be married tomorrow to Mr. Wil Wil-bevn
bevn Wil-bevn Belcher, son of Mr. and
Mrs, James Belcher of Margarita.
The wedding- will take place at
the VFW Post Home at 2 pint, to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. No invitations have been
sent, but all friends of the couple
and their parents are invited to a,t
tend. There will be a reception
following the -wedding.
Glamor on Stage And Off At 7 -Doctors'
Wives' Fashion Shew
A beautifully dressed audience
of more than 500 ladies made its
own contribution to the glamor of
the Doctors' Wives' Fashion. Show,
held yesterday afternoon at, the A A-mador
mador A-mador Officers' Club. .-The
The .-The refreshment tahla raiised
many comments with its unusuall
decorations of dress accessories'
from Felix Maduros, who dressed
First model to appear was Su
Potter, who wore a versatile black
leopard-type sports outfit, whiclj
zippea into snons, ana m a a e
th,.;. t!,;i: onstage, i i ;a
Mai'ifrauces Tucker wearing a
striking red and white striped
swim suit and carrying a match
ing bag with beach umbrella.
v These two set the pace for the
pageant of color brougnt to me oy
the brilliant commentary of Mrs.
Earl A. Gerrans, who wore an el elegant
egant elegant navy taffeta swathed cock cocktail
tail cocktail dress. 'i v.,;. : :',
'Other- clothes that brought spe
cial comment were an Italian wool
len suit worn by Mary Clove, a
gaily-dotted afternoon dress worn
by Alma Zimmerman, a chic black
ensemble worn by Susan Ruth Pot
ter, a butterfly-full dance dress of
flowered organza worn by Valerie
Wiley, a smart black travelling
oufit worn by Jackie Wilson, a
stunning white lame sheath with
an exotic red shawl modelled by
Yola Bel!, a slick emerald green
satin sheath worn by Jean Bailey,
a trim, cotton-satin afternoon
sheath worn by. Ethel Whisky, a
bouffant green dance dress mod modelled
elled modelled by Sally Harrold, a n a V y
blue back-to school dress with a
red and white polka dotted tie,
wnm hv Ruth Marparor Rrnwn
Sally Eastman's stunning tan ant.
gold swim suit and jacketBetty
Doerrman's brown and white "lady-in-waiting"
ensemble and Alice
Willette's sensational peacock blue
taffeta ball gown.
- The two little girls Marnie Bruce i
and Kathrynn Hartmenn were en
chanting in both their sports out
fits and party dresses. Their own
cheering section of small neigh
bors and friends led a thunderous
round of applause at each of their
Mrs. Ruth Hanley, president of
the Doctors' Wives' Club brought
Mrs. Edith Doertch of Felix Ma
duros on stage after the show as
a gesture of appreciation. She al also'
so' also' thanked the European hair
dresser Nino and introduced him
to the audience, as the one respon
sible for the becoming coiffures
worn by the models.
Music by Lucho Azcarraga and
skillful lighting planned under the
Supervision of Mrs. Dons B. Cald
well added, greatly, to the charm
or tne snow.
Proceeds from the show, win be
used to charity work at Gorges
Hospital. While plans are yet ten tentative,
tative, tentative, there is some talk of buying
a television set for the Tubercoto-l
su ward with some of the pro-.
eeeds, as well as supplying lunds
for Christmas project and the pe
diatrics playroom. -..
Mr. and Mrs. Mollandor r ;w
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Karl J Mllannr h! wife
the former Molly Rigby and their
young son left last week for Berk Berkley,
ley, Berkley, California where he will enter
UCLA to continue his studies for
Miss. Sylvia Jane Lawrence.
daughter of Mr and Mrs: Ramon
W. Lawrence of Jericho,' Vermont
became the bride of John Rodney
iy, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. a. a
ly of Balboa, Aug. 18, at the Holy
Rosary Church. Richmond. Ver
monU. Father Fields officiated at
The bride, who was given awav
by her father, wore a gown of im imported
ported imported French lace, with a prin
cess neckline and full floor length
skirt of nylon tulle with bustle
back. Her fingertip veil hung
from a Juliet crown of seed pearls
and sequins.- She carried an orchid
corsage on her prayer book.
The maid of honor, Miss Ma
ry Barnaby of Freemont New
Hampshire, wore a ballerina
length gown of shrimp chrystal-
ette and a white picture bat. She
carried a matching bouquet of gla
The bridesmaids Miss Katherlne
Lawrence, the bride's, cousin,
Mrs. -Joyce Lawrence, her sister-
in-law and' Miss Shirley -Colacceli
of Kurungton, Vt. wore ballerina
' nith !. s of aqua and prirn-
i )se chrytaiette and white picture
hats. They earned matching boa
ouets of gladioli..-- 1
Thfl best man was Nelson J. Le Le-tourneau
tourneau Le-tourneau of Burlington, Vt. ; Ush Ushers
ers Ushers were' George C Noor and Rob
ert Lawrence, vr
The ringbearer was Dennis Lib
erty. and the flowergirl Linda
benn, botn of Vermont.
The bride, who graduated from
Jericho High .School and attended
the University of Vermont, is em
ployed as a secretary in Burung
ton, Va. '-. .'.-n S
The bridegroom, a graduate of
Balboa High school, attended Nor Norwich
wich Norwich University' for two years,
and is now majoring in mechani mechanical
cal mechanical engineering at the University
The couple will make their home
tt 16H Clark Street, Burlington Vt.
Mr. And Mrs. Reeves
Have New Crandien '
Mr and Mrs. Walter R. Reeves
of Ft Gulick announce the birth of
a grandson, Walter R i c h a r d
Reeves 3rd. : ;
-The parents are Mr. and -Mrs.
Walter Richard Reeves Jr. of Fort
Worth Texas. The maternal grand grandparents
parents grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W, M.
Logsdon of Bay City Texas.
y (Continued on Page 9))
WEDDING GROUP Mr. and Mrs. John Rodn ey Ely are shown with their attendant! at their
wedding, which took place in .Richmond, Vermont, Aug. 18. .. c . ';.,
, Added Service
CLEVELAND.' O. (VT V- The
Cleveland Healh Museum has cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated its 10th anniversary of
offering a unique service.
Since the ? service leran. the
museum 'has explained the birds
and bees and babies to more than
150,000 area school, children.
School officials' consider the mu
seum so important that both Cleve
land and suburban Shaker Heights
schools have assigned full-time in instructors
structors instructors there.
In addition, the museum hsu
three instructors for suburban and
out-of -county schools.
Mexico Will Barter
Cotton For Diesel
Fngines From Italy
MEXICO CITY. Aug. 30 (UP) (UP)-Mexico
Mexico (UP)-Mexico will barter 25 million dol
lars worth of cotton for Italian
aiesei engines under a deal an
nounced yesterday by the Ministry
ot economy. i; v
SAN FRANCISCO (UP) A
point in the Ute and Navajo In
dian reservations south of Lortez.
Colo., has the distinction, of being
the only spot in the United States
where four states meet: Utah.
Colorado, Arizona, and New Mex
. :SCHOOL OF DAN CI NO,
REOPENING 10TH YEAR
' . -r SEPTEMBER 4TH
Mrs. Waites has lust returned from New York where
( she attended the annual normal school and convention
; of the Dance Masters of America, Inc. ;
(Upstairs. in Knights of Columbus Hall U Balboa)
, . REGISTRATION
,-. Aurnst 30th t 1 September 1st '
X v FRIDAY 10:00 to 5:01 SATURDAY 9:00 to 12:01
; For information phone 2-2363 after 5:00 p.m.
New Bevlon liquid makeup
Dcauly-trcals Your Skin
. '. as you wear it 1
4 4 HIGHS i
r B. fir
' Each Mtice for tnclution in this
column skuM ubmitted In
tyae-writtta form tni mailed te one
the bei niimbtrt listed daily ia
' "Social and OthorwiM," or dollyer dollyer-to
to dollyer-to by hand to tho offit. Notieos of
msotinas csaaot be accepted y
toltphono. t'. .'''''.. -. .
Soroptimist Club -' )' j ;
Holds Luncheon'' rwf,-.i
The Soroptimists iClub of Pana Panama
ma Panama will hold its monthly luncheon
meeting Saturday at 12:30 p.m. in
the Washington Salon of the Hotel
fcl Panama. s .. i. v ;
Mrs. Charlotte Kennedy of the
US Civill Defense will be the guest
Members bringing guests, or
those who cannot attend are asked
to phone Mrs.- Shirley Smith at
San Antonio Credit Union ;
Study Club Muts Tonight
The San Antonio (Credit Union
Study Club will hold its suspended
meeting ot 'Aug. 28 tonight at 8 o
clock at tne trench Society HalL
votatinty to pw yoaj instant starts
j V III W II
ii t mi
II I U II snti knock to give eWet smccthaws
HIGH mileage to iw yoa saving
power to breezo jof Bp a bib
- 't . t I
YOUR TEXACO DEALER
CHERRIES COOL SIZZLING
Ey CAKNOR I, X,
' NEA Food and Markets Editor'
In Washington. D.C.. it often
hits 107 degrees in .the summer
ume. . d
So when Ren. and -Mrs. Sam
Loon, who nail from the cherry'
growing state ot Oregon, entertain
in the sizzling capital, they like
to serve cool cherry salads which
remind them, of home.
' Cherry-Olive Fruit Salad V
' (I servings)
Two 3-ounce : packages cream
cheese, softened; cup mayo mayo-naise,
naise, mayo-naise, 1 cup heavy cream
whipped; 1 13Vi-ounce can pine pineapple
apple pineapple -chunks, drained; Vi cup
chopped i maraschino cherries,
drained (about 20 cherries): V
cup walnuts, V4 cup' chopped ripe
oves. i , j
. Blend .cream cheese and' may
onnaise until smooth. Fold in re
maining ingredients. Turn into re
frigerator tray and freeze until
firm. Slice and serve with crisp
salad greens, if desired.
- Tuttl FruiHl Silod
' (4 servings)
One large banana, f 13V4-ounce
can pineapple chunks,' drained; 2
medium-sized 1 apple s, pared,
cored ,and diced: Vi cup mara maraschino
schino maraschino cherries, drained (about 20
cherries): V4 cup chopped celery,
2 tablespoons lemon juice, V4 cup
heavy cream, wmppea; i-i cip
mayonnaise crisp lettuce.
Peel and slice banana. Combine
banana, pineapple, apples, cher cherries,
ries, cherries, celery and lemon juice; toss
Combine cream and mayon
naise; mix lightly. Add to cherry
mixture and toss ngnuy.., ;
Serve on lettuce. ..
ST? A l
TO' iu uuirauu" vj iu u
. Liquid Makeup contains Lanplite
1 V ; to soften and protect your skin J
'; ' -,'
Ynu're right in rrfusing to weu'ordinuy makcupt tha( nuy hide Una and
llrnii-lies, but my also mUtrtat your ltin ... drying your skin, dogging f
ynur ports ... feeling hevy and looking nusky J Thtt'i why you'll lovi
' Toik h dnd-Glow '. ll' wonderfully different .". blended with LANOLTTE,
Inter fat your tkin than lanolin itself! Good for all ikin type i dry, oily,
mrmdL Beauty treat your Am with Touch-and-Glo liquid makeup today!
-' ;. REVL051 FACE WWDER .
in knimfy Mb, UmM k hmmmim will lan-CW. b dutft M kmnl
Need lots of pep?
M Ml -V.
C. Jm wUmnr
. The Juice of 8 different, tardea,
freah vegetable! are blended inn
thii famous drink, You'U love its
lively flavor, and thrive on its vita.
nun-packed good good-nesa.
nesa. good-nesa. At mealtime
or between meals
V-8 gives you the
lahment you need. J
Buy the Easy way at Household Exchange
' WEXL DELIVER AT ONCE ,Pay ing only
MAHOGANY DOUBLE BEDS WITH SPRING AND NEW MATTRESS 8.00
i MODERN VANITIES WITH LARGE MIRROR AND STOOL ....... . 7.50s
MODERN MAHOGANY WARDROBES WITH MIRRORS ..i......... 7.50 ;
MAHOGANY TABLE WITH 4 UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS 8.0C S
MODERN LICORERAS 10.00
- LIVING ROOM SUITES i., 1000
PANEL BEDS WITH MATTRESS ,,, ,.....5.00 ;,
. FOLDING BEDS 5.00
dfstcs . 5.oo ; :
' CRIBS WITH NEW MATTRESS ... . ,,..,................... 5 00 .
,' AND THE BALANCE YOU MAY PAY IN 12 MONTHS
' v we still have a new metal dresses 14.50. night tables 5.50
metal beds 9.50, chairs, 0.50, congoleum from 6.95 v
' , . '.',,' Il :
10 to 20 Discount on All Cash Sales
" National Ave. No.;41 o Tel. 3-4911
ol our SPECIAL AaVERJM SilE
. TAKE ADVAIITACE c
250 DISCOUNT c
. -FOR YOUR LIYLNQ ROOM
"Punta Estaca" itylt llvlnr room
set chartreau upholstered ......... .$130.00
"Panama Tropical" style living: room v
sets painted in cream, chartreuse,
orange, light blue 185.0O
"Cubista Tropical"' style living room sets )
painted in light blue and chartreuse 180.00
Sectional "Super Moderno" style living . ;
room set upholstered in red and green 199.50
"Compas" style living room set ........ 199.50
fTubo" style living room set,.
upholsted In green and coral ........ 205.00
Miramar" style living room ;
set upholstered In green 140.00
"Panama" style living room set
upholstered in chartreuse and red 150.00
"New Butterfly" style living room
set upholstered in red and green 295.00
Karpen" style living room set ,
upholstered in green 450.00
iron '-jf-utunsia" siyie Jiving room
' set 4 pieces green and red ......
"Side" living room tables
"Cangrego" style center table
"Paleta" style center table
"Librera'! style center table
Armed Chairs. ."Simmons' style
. FOR YOUR DINING ROOM
Dining room set No. 1010 green $500.00 I
"Habana'' style dining room set set-gray
gray set-gray and clay colors 7J5.0O
Iron dining room set 4 chairs .....
upholstered in foam rubber 185.00
3-D style dining room set i- painted .. 425.00
Mahogany Sideboards 99.50
"Jardinara" style Cupboard ............ 89.50
f Arroyo" style dining room table .
natural ......... 75.00
Mahogany chairs upholstered-
seat and back ...... ...... 15.00
Mahogany chairs .upholstered seat A, 12.50 j
Dining room chair painted ........... : 15.00'
FOR YOUR BEDROOM
' r "' ) ', 's Before-'-'
"Europea style bedroom set In
aqua and ivory ................... .$800.00 -'
"Cublsta" style bedroom set In a : t-.
' clay and Ivory 8J5.00
"Trlangulo"- style bedroom set In c t
clay and ivory ....... .......... '...., 825.00
No. 180 carved dresser, Walnut V... ...... 109.50,
Dresser with round mirror,-wine 99.50 '
No. 180 ; 33 bed painted...... 55.00
No. 190 33 bed v. ..... . ...... u. . 55.00
No.. 190 night tables palntdd A..... 27.50
Armless chairs walnut .............. 19f0
Bedroom easy, chair .................. 19 : 1
No. 215 33 beds .;..-.,. RS.i )
Deluxe Chiffonier No. 215 walnut ....
:. FOR YOUR CHILDREN'S BEDROOM
No. 1965 ("Nappanee"') cradle
light blue 65.00
Large size boy's wardrobe painted 79.50 j
.''"'j' ; : -. 'i'...'v::,Vi..t-l?'';,
.1:0 hfr. ;?;. ; ...,,;. i'., A(.
FOR YOUR KITCHEN
'. '. ,-1' v V' Before!"
No. 37138 Enterprise gas stove .......'.$282.50
"Selecta" kerosene stove with oven '.... 210.00
Quicfrez Freezer No. Q-42-A ............ 299.50 ,1.
Philco Freezer Model H-852 ............ 382.50 ;
Philco Freezer Model U-1455 ............ 6394iO
Quicfrez Refrigerator Model H-58-A ..... 285.00
Quicfrez Refrigerator Model H-98-D 410.00 ;
Philco Refrigerator Model 1053 425.00
Philco Twin Washer (double) No. 537-1 285.00
Kitchen tables enamel top .29.50 ,.
Iron kitchen tallies 12.50
" FOR YOUR OFFICE
Painted typewriter table 24.50 24.50-"Futurist"'
"Futurist"' 24.50-"Futurist"' style mahogany desk 24x40 69.50 :
Mahogany desk in wine 26x36 59.50
Mahogany desk, in walnut 26x36 59.50
Office easy chair with upholstered seat 19.95
"Futurist" mahogany Deluxe style v V
bookshelf in walnut '.. 99.50
Easy chair woden seat 16.00
" 27 JO
; FOR YOUR GARDEN 4 V
v.'... .. ; 'i Befon ,MOW
Sofa GUder Schott No. 252-A V.. 50.00 $ 25.90
Garden Sofa in red ..................... 29.50 19.61
Garden Aluminum chairs No. 250 ...... 32.50 18.2$
Wooden and Canvas Chairs ............ 8.50 6.41
Reclining Canvas Chair No. 302 in colors ,17.50 12.51
Iron and Canvas Folding Chair No, 1218 11.15 7JI
... t. ...Before.: MOTf
Hallicrafter Radio Model S-38-D ...... 89.50 87.11
Halllcrafter Radio Model ft-R-40 189.50 125.81
Hallicrafter Radio Model S-86 189.50 142.15
Philco record player D-1337 3 speed .. 110.00 75.90
HI Fl Philco record player ' mm
No. 1347 3 speed 209.50 157.15
Philco record player 1J57-M 279.00 185.11
RCA Victor Radio Console 500.00 v 295.11
Zlg-Zag treable model sewing machine 275.00 175.11
portable 225.00 112.50
Zig-Zar pedal model sewing machine 275.00 175.11
Pfaff treable model sewing machine 195.00 99.50
"Boy" hand sewing machine 89.50 39.51
LAMPS celling, wall, lantern types from 8.78
Knitted straw for upholstering chairs'
12, 14, 16" 0.60 IJtltt
Varnish cans ;
Kerosene stove parts i .
yf 4FIVE FLOOR
1 if Si l- in
Central've. and 21st E. St. Tela. M839 M833
r, PAGI srx
TT3 fAXAMJiAMrSICA-l AN C03E?EXDrT 15 AIL Y NXWSPAFES v
THURSDAY, AUGUST ?, 1!
V v YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
' t. r '"1- "7
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
. LIBRERIA PRECIADO
1 Bisect tie. U
Agencias Internal. de Publicaciongg
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' CASA ZALDO
, . Central lm 41
Ut La Cameasllle
Ha. M attest. ;
an of lmlj in iJR
f LEWIS SERVICE
f Am. Ttna He. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1DC3
.141 total Are. ,s
, I' FARMACIA LUX'
, J. Im. 4 la Ow An. Ma. 41
FARMACIA EL BATtlRRO
rare.no Ufcvra J S tract
i FARMACIA "SAS" V"
1 ' Via Perns 111 t; 1
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JIM RIDGE x
K-Phene' Panama -055J
Write Box L. Balboa. CA-
Hours 8 to 11 ISO to 5
Saturdays 9 a m. to noon.
Alter hours Pan 3-7050
Educational. Life, r
'-Automobile, Fire, etc.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A,
Packers Shippara iriorprs
Phonai 2- 2451 2 -,2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding. 0 Jumping Chuei daily
ta 5 a.m. Phaaa 2-2451
; HI-FI RECORDS ;
'classic, popular and jau
37 Street No., S-A Tel. 8-1396
c Open until 7:00 p.m.- .'
CANAL ZONE TEEN-AGER
Back to school with a smart
A pin curl wave you can
, : well nHord.
V.M.CA. Beautv Salon
TeL; t-3677--- r
"Slim TTaut flfure "dawn"
v BODY REDfCINQ
Mclvy Mchine, Mmmii .. J
Slfim Bath male ni female
St Av. J o Arosrmrnt
Dr. SL'HOiX trained lhiniiuui
' SAN DIEGO, Calif. -(UP)-A
restraining order has been sought
in Superior court here to stop a
proposed bloodless bullfight.
? The San Diego Humane Society
says it is opposed to all bullfights,
even- bloodless ones in which the
"animal is not harmed. It is basin?
its claim in court on a section of
California law that, makes it Ue Ue-gal
gal Ue-gal to "worry", a bull;
1954 Willys Station Wagon
in, good condition. Price
$1500: easy terras. Call
Eisenmann,' phone 2-4505.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
.:' ' lnetaMona by '- h
V ARIAS, MATVSS1 ASSOCIATES
'. .,'.:..'...-. 1 -Atk
! Abattoir Nacional ,
Bariet ridudarle .- 41t .
v Blokmlgon ..,. ,''. IP
Cemento PanamA .It
Cereecerla Nacional II
Chlricana da Leche' U . ,
t Coca Cola ISO
Cuentae Comerdalaa, ;.: ,,
. Prat' with Com, ..,.; IS
, Dertlladora Nacional f V
Financiers Istmefta (
Pret with Com. t ; 1840
Finanzas, S. A.
. Pret. with Com. ...... tt
fuerta y LuzPref. ...4711
w ruena 1 Lua Com.' ... 10
Hoteles Interamelcanoa. (14
t Genersl do Seforos .... IS i" .)
M Pantmefia do Acettae t .. to
Panimefta de Fibras ... tt
, PanaraeSa de Segura el 25 17
iPanameda 0 Tabic .. M ' II I 1
Teatro BellavlsU I5
J Teatro Central Ma
' (Commercial Nutut
FOR SALE: 7-piece Rattan, K K-'
' K-' room furniture, $105. Call
. Boats & Motors
, FOR SALE.- 12-ft. utbeanl 25
Kartapawar Johns with tra tra-ar.
ar. tra-ar. J.ck Mercer 2-0111. after
:30 p.m. 3-0790. s i
FOR SALE lt-ft. cakia cruit.
ar with 2 aiatan and trailu,
aqua lung and tkin divinf ar.
Call Cristabal 3- 3151 aftar 4
' p.m.- ... ,. .
FOR SALEt TUQ DIESEL,
STEEL,', 45-(aa datiaa, ; 320
ilutk, camktnd Jack, 'pilot
hima, ainjla Mack, lanfth 45
ft., btam 12' J in., depth 7"
' WV. Eacallant aMchanical can can-diHon.
diHon. can-diHon. Autbi Eitanman, S.A., bt bt-aida
aida bt-aida Coca-Cola plant, Phana -2-
FOR RENT: Garaaa. 50th and
Jata San Martin Street!, haute
5. Apt. 3. i '-.i
Scouls Will Give
Silver Benefit Tea
Al Old Cristobal
' On the' Afternoon of Sept.; 1
fronts to 5 o'clock, a silver ben benefit
efit benefit tea will be held it old Cris Cris-tobal
tobal Cris-tobal at.the American Red Cross
headquarters. ; 1
. Admission is SO cents rjer Der-
son and the tea is being g;iven
by the Senior 'Girl Scout Troon
no. 88 of New Cristobal to raise
funds hoth for their troon
treasury and for the annual
Christmag-- party'slven for the i
scnooi chimren or Vino TJnto in
eatun xaKe Area.
j' T!;&' iirbe; .the fourth4 (year"
tu Girl Scout Troop, in con con-d
d con-d i junction with Explorer Post no.
6, Boy Scouts, have arranged as
their community service project
a wonderful party a few days
before Christmas for the chil children
dren children of this village. ,
Accompanying Santa Claus in
full regaliai far a launch; Jhey
themselves hire,' these Scouts
1 bring individual gifts with can can-,dy
,dy can-,dy and fruits to the school chil children.
dren. children. The children in turn pre present
sent present a nrnrrsn at th nortv fnr
'the attending Scouts and the
delighted townspeople, for al although
though although it la t children's Christ
mas party, Mamas and Daddies
always, crowd around' to watch
the fun. i ., ',
Christmas carols in bpth Eng English
lish English and-Spanish are sung by
the entire gathering and echo
over the Lake area as the launch
return the Scouts homeward.
15 Killed In Crash
Of Canadian Plane
Hear Alaska Field
COLD'bAY, Alaska, Aug. 30
ur --a Canadian Pacific DC-
6B Airliner crashed and bruned
ana oiw-iisn mues !outh of. the
landing field here early today and
1 15 of the 22 persons aboard the
piane were Kiuea.
Witnesses said the plane7 crash crashed
ed crashed about 20 feet above sea levei
and about 1,000 feet from the shore
of the, North Pacific Ocean as it
was coming in to land. The plane
caught fire and burned after it
crashed.- ''- ,- fi
The airliner, carrying 14 passen
igers and eight crew members,
left Vancouver, B.C., at 5:30 p.m.
yesterday en route to Tokyo, It
was scheduled to refuel here.
(Cold Bay is a little wilderness
community at the lower end of the
Alaska Peninsula near Unimak Is Island,
land, Island, approximately 390 m i 1 e s
West, of Kodiak Island. Cold Bay
is used as a refit-ling station for
trans-pacific tugms.) t
A spokesman for Reeves Aleu Aleutian
tian Aleutian Airlines, who witnessed the
crash, said four of the seven sur survivors
vivors survivors were in critical condition.
The other three were in fair con condition.
dition. condition. .
On Lady Cod iva
SOUTHSEA, .England Aug. 30
(UP) If Southsea loses a beauty
contest to a rival town Sept. V.
townsfolk may see a male version
of the legendary ride of Lady Go Go-diva.
diva. Go-diva. :'- ':;.''" "'.'- ..' .1
out the stunt disrobed although be given at the Pacific Service Cen Cen-oeve
oeve Cen-oeve has ridden a horse. Iter at 8 p.m.
But the' rival town of Willesdeih A. Eduardo Lambert will he the
has an even bigger obstacle. If t featured pianist. The guest soloist
loses, town otnciai u.i'.w. Harris
has prom'fd to-dive into t b e
ocean, and he cannot swim.
FOR SALE: '55 Garmaa F.ra1.
w-t-w tint, ; n4ia, lika aaw,
tint 35 mpf. Phana Caca Sola
FOR SALE1950 Ruick Supar, 4
w-t-w tint, radia. haatar, aical-
; lant caaaitiea, $700. Phana Ca-
ca Sala 351.
FOR SALE: '54 Maraary Maa Maa-tartay
tartay Maa-tartay 2-tana. Call attar 17 hrt.
' FOR SALEt 1940 Plymeuth
canvertible, eacetlent canditiaa,
1 f aad tint and hydraulic top Call i
FOR SALE: 1955 Dadga Royal
V-S, automatic trantmittian, w-a-w
tirat, rtdiav Apt. 48-G, Ca Caca
ca Caca Selita.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
"Del Rty." leather interior, bw
mileage, radi, pawar glide, e-
, cellent' canditiaa. Caca Sola 390,
FOR SALE: 194E Natk Am-
bauador cauaa w gaad condition J
$225. Heute 555-A Curundu
Hgrt. Phana I3-523S. call after
FpR SALE: '54 Chevralet Station-
Wagen, Std. Trtnt Ot Ot-.
. Ot-. luxe medal, Vary lew mileage,
outstanding condition $1500.'
Call Coca Sole 581.
FOR SALE: 1953 RolAir Sport
Coupe. One owner, undercaated,
radio, excellent canditien. Navy
FOR SALE: 1947 Cadillac te te-din,
din, te-din, at ta, $100. Sea Mi. Zappi, :
- Smeot y Paredet, S.A. t- ),. ;'
FOR SALE:1 1949 Hudton h h-dan,
dan, h-dan, as if. $75.' Sea .Mr. Zappi,
Smeot,. y Paredet, S.A.
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebeker
Champion tedan, at it, $100. See
Mr. Zappi, Smoof y Paredat, S.A.
FOR SALE: 1943 Fraser tedan,
at it, $100. Sea Mr, Zappi,
: Smoot y PareJet,'S.A.,';;f i z"
, FOR SALE: 1948 Chrysler
Windsor tedan, jixcellrnf condi- "'
lion; titty thtrct National Brew- .'
ary ttock. phone ialboa 2523, v
.'daytime, :,.,,,. -.is
FOR SALE: '53 Ford Cuttom- v
Kna R.H., taa cavers, excellent -,
mechanical condition, Telephone
,88146 er 87254, Qtrs. 46-K,
Xace Selita.- s'.-: "U i
FOR SALE: 1952 Pentiae 4 4-doar
doar 4-doar Chieftain Deluxe, R t H,
w-t-w, 2-tana, hydramatic. Call
Capt. Nicholson 84-2262 at 84 84-4244
4244 84-4244 aftar 1700 hrt.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymeuth
Belvedera 4-doar, w-t-w tires,
radio', power flite. Orifinal cart
$3100. Make vaur eHer. Sea
Marcaa Villarreal, Hatal El Pan.
ama Garage.'' ;"V ..'''"
77lh Gslhcring 01
Held In Colosn
COLOGNE, Aug. 30 (UP) -Jo
sef Cardinal Fnogs opened the
second day of the "Katholucentag"
today by declaring the Cologne
Cathedral "has again become the
symbol of united Germany."
The Cardinal made his remark
In a Mrmnn rliirinff a snlam w,!.
3Uifiial mm ha tiAehrtteA in tha
newly-constructed cathedral for
manv of those attending the riant
rally of Roman Catholics from
East and West Germany,
"Through thousands and hun
dreds of thousands of Germans
streaming together from the East
of the fatherland and all parts of
Germany me catneorai nas again
oecome ine symooi of united Uer
many," Cardinal Frings said J
In his sermon,1 the Cardinal al also
so also referred to the recent death of
Bernar Cardinal Griffin of Eng.
land and said "he was a true
friend of our country." t
The huge rally got underway of-
ficially yesterday with special
messing iruin rupej rtus Ail aeil-
vered by Adeodato Cardinal Piaz-
zo, and speeches by political lead leaders
ers leaders and church dignataries. ''
.More than 18,000 persons from
the communist-run regions of Get
many came here to help celebrate
the 77th biennial gathering of Ger German
man German Roman Catholics.
. Some 120,000 persons have pour
ed. into Cologne and its suburbs
are. expected for the final rally on
To Be Held At
A piano recital will be presented
toiight by the Justice Lodge of
Elks, No. 832. The recital will be
will be Mabel Mciarqunar. inez-
zo-soprsno. He'1 accompanist will
'be Hugh Adams.
OX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
OX 1211. CRISTOtUL, CZ.
. FOR SALE Tkrae Red Finchat
4a creaa with canary and bnad
red canariat. Phana Panama 3-
FOR SALEr Calla haw, axeol axeol-knt
knt axeol-knt condition, aterling' wrap.
Phana lalboa 4442.
FOR SALE: Pocket billiard ta table
ble table $25. Cendirioo pear but UU-
b(e. Gittobal YMCA-USO.
FOR SALE: New tteel effko
furniture at' 20i aH retail
price. Call 3-6811, 3-6631 af af-fica
fica af-fica heurt. l Xj.'T'.i i-
Offered To AII$fe
The Canal Zone Junior Col College
lege College is offering thlsear to adult
students Interested in account
ing a total r of three courses
meeting in the- alter afternoon
and evening. Dean Roeer C.
Hackett has announced.- They
are Elementary Accounting, In
termediate Accounting, and Ac
counting Systems, .with the ex exception
ception exception of the intermediate Ac Accounting
counting Accounting course, each of them is
an extension division (evening)
course and will begin the first
of October.. The Intermediate
Accounting tourse is a day one
but' its -meeting time of 4:30 to
6:20 on Mondays and Thursdays
makes it easy for most employed
adults to attend. Registration for
this course may be made on the
regular college registration day
(Sept. Seventh), or on the first
class meeting day (Sept. Tenth).
The Intermediate Accounting
course win emphasize unda
mental theory. The text used has
been revised recently to include
the current recommendations of
the American Institute of Ac Accountants,
countants, Accountants, .. the National A c-
counting Association, and the-
Securitie and Exchange Com Commission.;,
mission.;, Commission.;, j; ':,::; ; j :,v
Mn th Accounting Systems
course, executives in the field of
accounting from Panama, the
armed services, and the Panama
Canal Company wil lectur on
their fields of. specialization.
This course Is being rotated In
a a-year cycie with cost Ac Accounting
counting Accounting j and Advanced Ac
counting,' v it if ,.
Registrations In the Extension
Division courses in Elementary
Accounting and Accounting Sys System
tem System (as well as all other exten extension
sion extension division courses) : will be
taken in the evening of Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Sept. 20. 1
' (Continued from Page H ;'
in ew Cristobal, and others
can nve mere if they wish.
Preferential assignments and
the shortage of bachelor quar quarters
ters quarters were discussed.
Replying to a due I 'on, Pot Potter
ter Potter did not foresee that Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Service Center would
close as a result of the im"
plementation of the treaty
: HO denlR't t.hnrn will hn xii..
tailment of hospital service at
Coco Solo after Jan. 1. He re remarked
marked remarked that the present request
for doctors fo make house calli
s straining the available staff
and asked residents to go to
the hospital instead.' whenever
possible. : ";; '..:-:'.'. y....v-:
It was also announced that:
Playerounds are being nrovld
ed in Margarita, and in the An-
con area known as the "fish-
Flagpoles : ar J I 'p, 4rov''d
m Ancon, Diablo and tos R'os.
Regulations have been Ii-
sneri regarding locking outside
refrigerators.' 4 5'
Shuttle bus service to Gorgas
ys n orje'ijtion. i
Margarita residents mav soon
ne the swimming pool at Ft.
Gulicavln lieu of one of their
own.s I 1 t
Margarita Llbrarv hour have
been cranked so that It Is now
nen 9 a.Tn. to' 12 noon Saturdays.-'-
A'his:le-fund for fund-raising
Is beln considered:
Ab jljus nun, an uu-ccuter
strin' far the eontenionce of
vehicles turning In off the high highway
way highway Is bein? tried.
Commenting on the recent
rise tov the market basket he
said there had been rises for
onions, -frozen lemonade,' ham
and sllT'l boiled ham, alumi aluminum
num aluminum foil.- potatoes. lettuc.
states oranei. frozen spinach
apt for flake.
R3n',t'ons are In effect for
en 't. onion and ararllr wuce.
reen peppers and frozen
IbrofwU. ,- ',
ATTENTION 6. 1.1 Just brll
modern furaiakad apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold wataa,
Phaaa Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT. Furniihtd modern
apartments, screened, military in inspected,
spected, inspected, ena and two bedrooms,
' 5 minutes from Zona Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-3065.
FOR RENT: Beautifully, com completely
pletely completely tarnished apartment, Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, Mexico Are, 69, near
. 43rtt Street. Phona 3-0553.
FOR RENT. Modern apartment,
unfuraiihtd. or completely tur
: niihed with linen and dishes, at
j El Cangraja, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath bath-rooms,
rooms, bath-rooms, dininf -living ream, maid's
ream with bath, all screened, ga ga-.
. ga-. rage and hot water. Phone: basi basi-'
' basi-' nais, hours 2-0321; eftet buti-
stau heart 2-3525.
FOR RENT- Beautiful newly newly-'
' newly-' built 2-bcdraom apartment with
' all commodities in Campa Ale Ale-,
, Ale-, gre. Cad Phana 2-2466 or 3-
' 0702. ' '
FOR RENT Apartment, com com-f
f com-f citable. "A" Street No. 11. El
Cangraja, facing Hotel El Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. Phana 2-3448.
FOR RENT: Fumithed madam
; apartments, screened, military'
1 inspected, 5 minutes walk from
Zona. Sea No. ....,., Autamo-
liiU Raw. X-t-:
FOR RENT?- Furnished apart apart-.
. apart-. ment, including refrigerator.
Good surroundings, screened,
$55. No. 112 Via Belisarie Po Po-'rrat,
'rrat, Po-'rrat, near Roosevelt Theater..
FOR RENT; Apartmenh in El
Cangrejo, across from Hotel El
! Panama. Bedroom, living-dining
' 'room, kitchen, bath, washing far
cilitiat, everything new. Cool and
quiet. Apply Fore Halcan in tame
vicinity. Phones 3-1179 and 3-
FOR RENT: Clean, cool, living
room, bedroom, dinette-kitchen.
Calla Darien No. 14-21, next
street from 4th af July Ave.
FOR RENT! 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, ground floor. Unfurnished
$60; furnished $75. G.I.' in in-spected.
spected. in-spected. Jose da Fabrega Avat
No. 1 6, Pasadena.
FOR RENT Furnished all com comfort
fort comfort apartment, screened, in in-spactad.
spactad. in-spactad. Via Eipafts, house be be-.
. be-. font Juan Franca..
Ge! Racketeers Oiil
Of Unions, AFL-CIO
FOREST PARK. Pa.,' Aug. 39
(UP) The AFL-CIO high, com-l
mana gave its 140 affiliated unions
authority today to prevent racke racketeers
teers racketeers from operating in organized
An ultimatum issued 'by the
merged union's 28-member execu
live councu in the course of a
four-day meeting at this mountain
resort outlined a pattern for the
affiliates to follow.
It instructed the affiliated to is
sue local charters only where they
nave applications for membership
from groups-of bona fide employes
and to deny charters to indivi
' The action was at least related
to past AFL-CIO connections of
juuuuy iiuKuaruia, anas jonnny
T T: j: ,. .
uio, wno nas oeen charged with
masterminding the acid-blindine
of labor columnist 'Victor Riesel
AFL-CIO President G e o titlTvL, Jestera8uy of"
Meany, terming the' issuing WJ? n
charters to individuals "one of the H,J?1 eifor Ue" n ketcb,
sore spots in organized labor," tot toted
ed toted that Dio once held three local
union charters from .the old AFL
Auto Workers Union, 1 1
These charters were withdrawn
in 1953 on orders of the AFL exe
jv ,,.,1..,.!.'. i''i: fe. 1
Dio also was reported to have
controlled a group of nonexistent
"paper" locals in the New York
area chartered by the Teamsters'
To Be Held In
The annual picnic and dance
of the United Health and Burial
Scheme of Panama will be held
Labor Day at Rancho Grande,
Tickets for this fifth annual
outing may be obtained from
any member or from Miss Du Du-rant
rant Du-rant at 23-116 Este Bis 22nd
Street, Guachapall. ,w
Buses will leave from the Sug Sugar
ar Sugar Bowl, West 27th Street at 7:30
Monday, Labor Day.
The music for the dancing
will be furnished by Conjunto
Leslie of Colon.
Rooms j I
FOR RENT: Roam with separ separate
ate separate kitchen aad bathreem. Via
Porras No. 64. TeL 3-1863.
FOR RENT: Army inspected,
, furnished, ana bedreem, all con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Across Ancoa busstep.
Ne. 17-18 Fourth af July Ave.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
, room in best residential section.
Caaking facilities. 43rd Street
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Smooth tiros, suit suitable
able suitable far reconstruction "Recen "Recen-structera
structera "Recen-structera Nacional,'' Parti Ave.
Ne. 7. Phana 2-0406.
Ann Let-tin School of Dancing.'
Opening 6th Term Sept. 4th in
Cecoli. ; Registration Aug. 28th
and 30th, 2 ta 5 p.m. Free pret
natation af "Little Shew" af
summer vacation classes an Aug.
31, 7 p.m. Cocoli Clubheuta
Studio. Residence phana Balboa
2-4415. .: .',-... ,..
CURUNDU; Ann Lattin School
o( Danca beginning new term..
Sept. 6th, Registratipa Sept 3rd,
, 3 ta 5 p.m. New Teenage Club
building. Phone Balboa 2-4415.
The pretence af Mr. Alexander
Holder, wha resides at Gamboa
403, is kindly requetttd at CA CASA
SA CASA ADMIRABLE in connection
with the radia transaction, i
2nd Crewman's Body
Rcovered From k -Downed
WASHINGTON, Aug.l" (UP) 1
Then Navy has recovered the
sacond body of a crewman from
the Navy -patrol plane shot down
off the ; Chinese Communist
mainland last. Thursday, it was
announced xoaay. -.,,
Secretary of State John Tosr
ter Dulles said he thinks "it's
clear" that the US. Craft was
shot down by the Chinese Reds.
The Communists have admitted
firing on a plane but said, they
thought is belonged to National Nationalist
ist Nationalist China.
.Dulles, who ma'de his state
ment after a conference with
President Eisenhower, told re
porters ne would prefer not to
discuss now .what action the
United States may take in the
-lease. This government has been
uwviiig cauuousiy m me latest
plane incident . j
Sixten crewmen were lost. The
body of one waa recovered last
Friday in the general area where
bits of wreckage from the pa patrol
trol patrol plane was found. The sec second
ond second body, not identified imme immediately,
diately, immediately, was recovered In the
same, vicinity -about 90 miles
southeast of Shanghai.
The Navy aald last night "there
appears to be little remaining
hope" that any survivors will be
found. But it continued a gen general
eral general search of the area. The sec second
ond second body was picked Up by a
Food For Life
'LONDON. Ah, an Vtttm n,.
us given away a its a
week income for life and an old
t-uuuury mn in some of its con contests,
tests, contests, said its latest puzzle series
would provide the winner with free
meais lor We
Lots Of Color
. PHILADELPHIA (UP) An
msurance company claims it is
seuin? better performance from
lis Office workers hv nrnvirlina- a
colorful atmosphere for them to
wuia. in. .- i. 1 -e'
An experiment with colors' was
put into operation here at the
rennsyivanta Lumbermens Mu Mutual
tual Mutual Insurance Co., and officials
are pleased with the Tesults. One
room had 38 colors blended to
provide an atmosphere conducive
PLM President Fred H. Ludwia
said the "hue-thenics" was work
ing perfectly, with some person personnel
nel personnel saying: "Why, we're going
home refreshed." V
Visiting businessmen invited to
view the colorful rooms also
came away impressed. "Some
who are planning alterations said
they would give serious consider
ation to the use of color dynamics
in their offices and plants, Uid
BEACHS1DE vacation Santa Cla Cla-:
: Cla-: n. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
mono inomptoH Balboa 1772.
t j r
--a yeun-week Mdt at Rio
Mar, the best bathine beath it
the Republrc, with all conve- i
niencet. Moderate prices. Tka
aw manaHment it anxious thV",
sarva you. . y
Baldwm'. furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Tola.
Phona Smith, Balboa 311.
? FOSTER'S COTTAGES and larga
beach haute. One mile past Ca Ca-sine.
sine. Ca-sine. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceaneida Cartagaa,
Same Clara. Baa 435, Selbea,
'kene Feneata I-JJ77, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal S-1673.
y .: ;
0 C : 8?"
SDGGESTION AWARD w MSjt. Walter J. Mazur left), Senior'
tO in charge. Fort Amador dkpensnary,, receives a Depart-,
ment of the Army suggestion award from Maj. Charles W.
Jagoe, commanding officer. Ho,, and Hfl. Det. (7441st AUJ, Fnrt
Amador, in ceremonies held recently In the latter's office.
Maiurreeelved the award "In sccognition and appreciation for
(his) Jeneficial SHggestion lor Improvement In operations in
.the (Fort Amador) dispensary.". Mazur reorganized the work
schedule in the dispensary, thereby allotting the workumore
evenly1 mong the assigned personnel there ana saving the U.S.
Government some 5.000 a year. Jagoe svs f i f (
truly outstanding NCOs In this tOmmanJ." (i..,.
rJOWIfFV RDPilNret A rnMnt Sardinian donkpT makes
an impression with two-year-ojd Kathy Gyory, but of the
wrong kind. Unhappy Kathy, of Parma Heights, Ohiq, broke
into tears when the fully grown 31-inch Jenny licked her nose.
The animal was. one of five midget donkeys imported from
Sardinia in 1950"Ty William Wright of aearby Broadview
Heights.-!,; V'i Vi- ---
DRIVING FOLKS BATTY That's what a pay of Myotis Myotis-type
type Myotis-type bats have been doing in Battle Geek, Mich. Three-year-old
Brian Cross feeds them, above.- Brian's mother found
them in the back yard, and hung them outdoors each niht,
hoping that Mrs. Bat would claim bcr offspring. She' finally
did, much to Brian's disappointment.
FOR SALE: A beautiful, mad madam
am madam and well located three-apart-
. ment building, in Campo Alegre
towmite, na intermediary. Phone
WANTED: Woman fo, house house-keeping
keeping house-keeping work with reference.
"La Importadora Saleeta," H St.
WANTED: A cook, with ref reference!.
erence!. reference!. Apply in person at Co-,
cobj Clubhouse,' before 9 a.m.
TT3 PANAMA AMT.RICAN AN DtDFPEXDEXT TJA!LY KEWSPAPm
C AP I TOLIO
i TEXAS LADY
. Also: -,
THE SON OF THE
J IV Oil
" " Also:, -" ; ';
Mario Lanza Sarita Montiel
In great picture tilmsd In
Cinemascope and Tecrnlcolor
- and -Gary
Cooper,' In -THE
OF BILLY' MITCHELL
:l KISS OF FIRE
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
ESCUELA DE MUSICA
- and '
LOS TRES ASES
- Also: -CARNIVAL
THE BIG FRAME
: NORTH 1
THURSDAY, AUGUST 38, 1935
T.M. Ihf U Ml.
'Funny, I don't feel any 'lectricity! Pop ay he gets
' a big charge out of you!"
MOVIES TV RADIO
by Ersjdne Johnsoh
Ersk.no Johnson I.
During hi absence, noted mow"
and t.UvUion personalities wi
b.t for him with euort ?'ui
Tray's column 1 by Lucillo ttU.
" : HOLLYWOOD" NEAV "-M
liage, I hava often said, is a 5-
proposition with theman getting
L large share, and the woman
Hiving most, r
I fool relatively sure most worn-
'"'en will iv'i wUh-me.-
As ior t..e n.en, if they need to
be pressured into, acquiescence,
let me cite a few for mstances:
; On the otornal problem of wnai
to do with the window at niflM,
f.llr. wouldn't you y
wn finally live in to your comfort?
Though we woitor and tos and
walk the floor, w never, wj-
- hardly ever-raUe the w.ndow for
frohf air le.t w -disturb our
tender halve, who; aMP
acreaming with portent ,of pneu pneumonia
monia pneumonia in the morning.; ,
And coma vacation time, who
v makes the decision we all know
and love? It's always friend
husband who gets his golfing way.
llama may buy out Saks sports sportswear
wear sportswear department, but wind up m
dungarees camping ,, on the r- old
trout lake front. ..
Along tike same line, why is it
when the spirit moves the man s
carcass to stir up the corpuscles
and take to the fairways, we girls
m exoected to trot along in the
'm snnrts soirit? Heavens to
Samson, if the boys begin to lift
weights for laughs,, they are not
satisfied to toss dumbbells about,
they want to make like them, too.
A for watching sport, on tele television,
vision, television, who give in 'Have you
ever een yourselve at other
see you? A quided mittile could
whittle through the living room
and never get a rite out of Popie
en fight nights.'.
I know one poor 'wife who has
to eat roast beef and: breakfast
cereal every dinneV of her mar married
ried married life because that is all her
husband will tolerate at the table.
fn the matter of child care, all
fathers seem to have the same
For instance, "what Daddy hasn't
walked in just before the baby is
lieing put to sleep and lunged at
the child? He picks up the baby,
tosses him ceilng-ward six or
eight times, bellows like a bull to manner.
scare the lnlant into Hysterical
laughter, punches him around
little, whacks, him on the back and
then walks away I mats man-to
man stuff all right, but woman
to-woman, what do we do to get
the kid to go to sleep after that
. Men,- generally speaking, are
messy. It would be a lifelorig.bat lifelorig.bat-tie
tie lifelorig.bat-tie for a woman to get her man
to pick up after himself. If she's
smart, she quits trying during ithe
first year of marriage. It only
get worse. Like the battered fe
dora he wears for? many years,
the man around the house wants
what he calls comfort. Comfort is
synonymous with park-it-here and
loss-it-uiere. Honestly, it wouldn't
surprise a lot of wives to hear
hubby omk. : s
I would like to make one fact
abundantly clear. Nothing I have
said must be construed in any
way w indicate that I am refer-
mg in any manner to Dcsi; He's
the finest, sweetest, most under-
sianuin ; .
Yes dear?' V
Excuse me. folks, it's mv Inulno
husband. I have to find his house
suppers. , T -Coming,
Warrens Get k
In New Delhi
NEW1 DELHI. Au. 30 fTTPV
Chief Justice Earl Warren of the
United States and his wife receiv received
ed received 8'rOVal Welcom on thoi rri.
al here yesterday on their IndUn
lour, in mnrked contrast to the
cool reception in Bombav when
they first landed in India two
weeks' ago.' .,,
Observers said the turnout of "of "officials
ficials "officials kt. New Delhi was prompt prompted
ed prompted by, renorts i the American
press that the Warrens, nearing
the end of an M day tour as
guests of the Indian povernment,
had been virtually' ignored by
high officials. . -v
A presr clipping was bromht to
the attention of Prime Minister
Jawaharlal. Nehru and be aopa aopa-rently
rently aopa-rently ordered the government in
New Delhi to make sure thafc the
Warrehs were received in a fitting
840 kcs., Panama Gty
.Today, Thursday, Aug. 30
4:00 Feature Review i
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
5:30 News' '
5:35 What's Your Ft vo rite
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commen-v
v Commen-v tary (WRUL)
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
, REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Telephone Hour WRUL)
7:00 Ooon' Show
7:30 VOA Report From UJS.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
6:30 Take It From Here
6:00 You Asked For It- (re (re-V
V (re-V I quests taken by phone
- till 7:30)
10:30 Music from Hotel El Pan Panama
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert under The Stan
12:00 Sign Off.
Ivy Look Calms Down
Sport Shirts For Fall
Tomorrow, Friday, Aug. 31
6:00-Slen On Alarm Clock
r Club (requests taken
- by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Moraine Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wlldwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News -s
9:15-Sacred Heart V ;
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:00WENNIFER'S JOU R N A L
, (Cutex and Odorono)
10:05 Spins and Needles (re
i ? ; ; v quests ) taken by
- f phon Ull 8:30) r
11:00 News i
11:05 Spins And' Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:15 M E L A C H RINO MUSI-
' : CAL (Nescafe)
12:30 Sweet And Hot -1:00
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show -t
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians 4 ?
3:00 Hank Snow And Hit
Rainbow Ranch Boy-;
3:15 Sammy Kaye show
3:30 Music For Friday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (re-,
, (re-, : quests taken by phone
r ,4111 3:00)
S:35-What's Your F o t It
" (cont'd) -. ,.
8:00 Allen Jackson commen
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Top Tunea of the week
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From U-S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
:ou You- Asked For It (re-
- quests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jaze Till Midnight
TREND TO TRLMNESS: At left, a cltecked sport shirt In Ivy
League tradition with matched pockets and cuffs, button-down
collar (Van Heusen). At right, striped cotton knit thirl with
dress-type collar and cuffs. (Bartlay). "'
By DICK KLEINER
. SOUTH (D)
" 'Both side vul.
Seesk West .Nertk East
1 4 Pass 34 Pass
2 4 Pa 4aV Pass
Pass Pass -
. Opening lead f Q
shirts, sports clothes. And blue is
being mixed with gray and brown
(NEA) It may In in teres tine combinations. i
seem hard to believe In this eral '.
of rock and roll, but the basic Other good -color combinations
trend in fall sport shirts is a ere plain old white, matched with
move. toward- neater and trimmer
Gone are' the garish patterns,
the loose and floppy cut, the open
and flopping collar. In their places
are moderate patterns in subdued
colors, a more tailored appearance,
collars that are worn, buttoned.
This is all an extension of the Ivy
Look, which has crept (as Ivy
will) into another ueld.
The trim trend expresses itself
In several ways:
1. Touches, like pocket sand
caffs, are tailored with more care,
Bartlay' fall knit shirts are all
styled with collars and cuffs iden
tical to dress shirts. Van Heusen
reports that great care is taken
to see that the material on the
.pocket-(if a -stripe) matches ex-actly-
the bodyof the shirt. -.
2. Patterns and colors, are ex extremely
tremely extremely neat and dressy. Stripes,
checks, plaids and solids lead the
way You 11 have a hart, time find
Lag one of the gay jobs' of two
years ago (a Chinese pagoda ram
pant on a field of purpie turnip
greens, ior example). Medium
tones and interesting hew color
combinations, like brown and blue,
are popular. So is white.
i 3.; In tn .appeal to the pride,
many of the fall sport shirts are
featuring named patterns like
regimental stripes, ; Scotch clan
plaids and distric. checks. Mc McGregor
Gregor McGregor has imported a new type
Danish Storting Stripes, each
stripe wron by and named after
specific Danish areas.
4. Fabrics are a shade more
luxurious and soft-feeling than usu usual.
al. usual. Imported cottons, silks, cor corduroys,
duroys, corduroys, synthetics lead the way.
Knitted shirts are expected to be
very big. Wool leads the way in
heavier weights, for the part of
fall that gets wintry. i
All in. all, this current collection
of faQ sport shirts now ready to
be teen at your men s wear deal
er is so neat it could probably
make Elvis Presley look .like an
Ivy Leaguer. And that s. a neat
tricks i-j, j; .-
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Blue' is the color for fall. Light
blue, medium blue, dark blue
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gray and black; beigt and brown:
vivid red teamed up with light
gray,' Use these as a guide in
selecting sport shirt and slack com'
Van Heusen has adopted the idea
of selling sportswear in sets
like the popular cabana set into
fall use: They're promoting a Tyro Tyrolean
lean Tyrolean set, consisting of jacket; shirt,
sweater .and cap.
The sets are styled so they can
be mixed as you desire the jack
et and sweater, shirt and sweater,
or jacket and shirt worn together,
Two sets would sive you ten com
binations, Three sets and you'd
have to be a mathematician to fig-
The grand old American tradi
How many rounds of trumps can
you afford to draw in today's
hand? You win the first trick in
dummy 'with the king of diamonds,
and then lead how many round
of trumpse ? ': :;:
Strangely enough, you can't af afford
ford afford to draw a single, trump! Try
it and see. -.
Suppose you lead a trump to
the ace at the second trick. You
next lead a club, losing to East's
ace. East returns a trump, and
you win with the king.
You can now get to dummy and
discard' your losing diamond on
the extra high club, ut when you
try the heart finesse West takes
the king of hearts and draws dum dummy's
my's dummy's last trump with the queen of
spades. .You must lose two hearts,
a trump, and a club.
The correct play is to lead the
king of clubs at the second trick.
You cannot afford the luxury of
entering your hand in order to
lead toward the clubs..
East may take the ace of clubs
or may wait until uie second
round of the suit If he then re returns
turns returns a trump, you win with the
ace of spades, enter dummy with
a diamond to cash any remaining
high club. arl try the heart fi finesse.'
nesse.' finesse.' West can win the heart trick
with hit king, of course, but he
cannot take, the trumps, out of
dummy. You will be able to ruff
your small heart in dummy, thus
losing only one heart, one ciuo,
and one trump. ,
Retired PC Worker,
Joseph Thompson :
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A former employe of the Locks
BOY SCOUT HAWK At Camp Chickagaml, near Parkmanr ;.
Ohio, there's a red-tailed hawk who thinks he a Boy ScouU
His official title is "Mr. Nick Hawk, official merit badge coun-
selor for bird study."! And he's introduced as sue h at all Boy
Scout meetings, Dick Smith, of Kinsman, Ohio, found Nioe 1
about two months ago and brought him to- cmp, where 200
- ScouU now feed, pet and care for the bird. Dick, 'eft. holds j
"Mr. Nick," as assistant camp director Dick Haas, right, looks wv- ;
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tion of picking something up andjDivision.Joseph Thompson, died
feeling it before buying is the key
to much of the sales in men s
wear. At least, one top execu executive
tive executive thinks that if a shirt, for' ex ex-ample,
ample, ex-ample, has the feel of cashmere
(in the Industry, they call that a
"cashmere hand",) the shirt is 50
per cent sold I He Is survived by his wife. Etn-
c. t .nH rAi .hirtc el. sons Gladstone, George and
It's a nice hobby.
at Santo Tomas Hospital yester
air. Thomnson. a retired em
ploye, had' been working at Pedro
Miguel and was recenuy reaming
in Pueblo Nuevo,
Set For Gl In ;
TIINICH. Germany." Aug.' 30
(UP) The U.S. Army yesterday
announced a new trial ipr a ser sergeant
geant sergeant sentenced to death for the
slaying of a German taxicab driv
Sgt. Robert McMahon, 32. Wilm
ington. N.C.. originally was sen-'
Sidnev. daiiRhters,. Mrs. Cristina
Douglas, Mrs. Milded Johnson, Is Is-may
may Is-may i and ; Louise Thompson and
Mrs. Gwendolyn Smiley of Pana Panama
ma Panama City as well as several grand grandchildren..
children.. grandchildren.. .
Services will be held Friday at
12:30 p.m. at the Corozal Cemete Cemetery
ry Cemetery Chapel.
Indonesia To Probe
DJAKARTA, Aug. 3 (UP)
tenced to death by a court-martial Indonesian government today
in juiy .isa nu w iwuiuw get n gDeCjaj committee to m
the United States.
, The Defense Department order ordered
ed ordered a new trial, on grounds, McMa McMahon
hon McMahon was not represented adequate
ly bv defense counsel. He was re-
all shades are featured in suits, day.
vestieate corniDtion charges a
gainst Foreign Minister Ruslan Ab
The committee includes four
turned to Munich for the- new
court-marUal which will open Fri. j, unconstitutional They said it
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provided special treatment for the
foreign minister which would not
be available to ordinary citizens.
. committee member said po
lice cannot enter the case until
the. committee completes its spe
The army tried to arrest Abdul Abdul-eani
eani Abdul-eani Julv 13 on the eve of his de
parture for the Suez conference in
London. The Indohesian govern
ment ordered him released.
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SIOUX CITY, Iowa, Aug. 3tf
(UP) A spokesman for Adlai
Stevenson said yesterday he felt
the Democratic party would "sur-
vivi" any Republican attempt to
change the party name to' tlie
"Democrst try." "The Demo
cratic party has survived many
crises. It will probably survive
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and JeanntiCollett.of Logan are Utah's Prettiest Double Exposure of 1956.
ItVBota, Not Bottle in. Spain
V 7 TN SUNNY sP'm il's the
- W custom to drink sherry
, twin fmm 'hnta: not
1 Wine from "botas," not
"1 bottles. A bota' is a wine-.
' ; ... skin (not an "old boot," as
V ; may sounoj. ine uuid is
made from pigskin. A big
i : v!s DOia lanes niosi ui a wiuu
pigskin. Everything on it
i ic morla Kv hand Thft hnta
- v u often is painted fondly by
,' ll 4 : 'it's eventual owner "My
1 i Faithful One" or "Felipe"
after its owner. No, Span-
ish peasant would think of
going to a bullfight or a
fiesta without hte bota.
' strung over his right shoul shoulder
der shoulder on bright red silk cord.
The trick with abota is to
clasD it in one hand, regu-
T lating the flow.of the wine
' J n that fashion, holding,
one's mouth open and let-1
- J ting the liquid pour down
' 5 'i rom 4 distance of two(
feet without swallowing'
' and without choking!
gfii There is great competition
between peasants when
they get together to see
' who can drink the greatest
quantity irf this fashion.'
Botas sell for 38c (U.S.)
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Botos ,an of various sizes, as shown hert.
.Down the hotth ond it's a urt bet this bota manipulator won't spill, a drop.
FIND THE DOG A small terrier is difficult to see at the, first glance. He is
standing in front of an exhibit at the seventh' annual Fine Arts festival at the;
, Colorado State College of Education in Greeley.. Arvin Schwarze it a student'
GIANT'S 'FINGERPRINT' 'This aerial view of the Bing
ham canyon, Utah, open cut copper mine, largest in. f
the world, looks straight down into the 972-acre pit
GOING HOME Preparing to depart for home, the royal
Danish family boards the royal yacht Dannebora in Lon- k,rr MiuicTrk rAr iY The new minister from Jordan to the Uiuted
don. From left: King Frederik, Princess Benedikte, sutes Mah'moud Hassan, and his family arrive at New York's Idlewild airport f
Queen Ingrid, Princess Anne Marie, Princess Margretha.
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T TITHED AY, ArGrST 39, 158
TTH TANAJLT ASrrKICAN AN INDEPENDEXT DAILY NTWSFAFra
Social an d Otli
Citun Swir9 Circle -Enttrtains
From Pacific Sid '
, The Gatun Sew ag Circle, made
1 tin nf wive of ertiDloves Of the
Power Branch of the Electircal
Division, entertained a like group
from the Paaific side on Tuesday.
Visiting member were met at
the Depot and taken to the home
of Mr. Edward Cox, where the
affair had been arranged.
' The get-together, which has be become
come become a custom of this small group,
was enlivened by games of canas canasta
ta canasta and 'bunco. An early luncheon
was served to the following
' guests: Mrs. Charles Douglas,
Mrs. Wayne Hatting, Mrs. Lee
Beil, Mrs. Oscar Hall,, Mrs. Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Jackson, Mrs. James Hood,
Mrs. Carroll Robertson,, and Mrs
Wallace Thrift They were then es escorted
corted escorted to the noon train by the
hostesses: Mrs. Edward Cox, Mrs.
L. E. Stevens, Mrs. Thomas Fels
Mrs. Elizabeth Turner, Mrs. R R-er
er R-er Deakins, Mrs. Wesley Sparling,
Mrs. Victor! Young; Mrs. Robert
Stanley, Mrs. Fred WiMoughby
Mrs. Jessie Albright, and M r s.
Carl N. Nix.v; .:
tinge Held Will Benefit -
There was a Bingo held for the
United Bnr'al Scheme
' The United Health and Burial
Scheme will meet next week Fri Friday
day Friday at 7:15. ''
On. the agenda for the evening
will be ;,the reception of new
members; the reinstatement of
other members, the settlement
of death claims, and a proposal
on Investments. :
A report, will be given on the
recent picnic held at Puerto Pi Pi-lon.
lon. Pi-lon. Monthly dues can be paid
at this meeting.;, ,. y
patients at Gorgas Hospital on
Monday evening, sponsored by the
Pacitic favy Vve' Club. Hostess-
es representing the Club were
Mrs. irene Kienle and Mrs. Aiitaj
Keller. Prizes were awarded the.
winners and refreshments were
served by Mrs. Kitflla and Airs,
Mrs. Isabel Senkier V
To Be Gu Of Honor
Of Pacific Navy Wivts
Mrs. Isabel Senkier, final candi candidate
date candidate for the Mrs. U. S. Navy con contest
test contest from the 10th. and 13in. Na Naval
val Naval Districts will be the guest of
honor at the Monday night social
Meeting of the Pacific Wavy
Wyes' Club. Mrs. Senkier will
leave the Isthmus on Sept. 5 for
Long Beach, California. n
Mrs. Nicki Knock has planned
an evening of Bingo, with some
very nice prizes, and alt members
are reminded to bring their nickels.-
Refreshments will be served
by Mrs. Marge Woodburn.
Horo Foe Brother's Welding'
Casey Zimmerman; eon of Dr.
and Mrs.- K. C. Zimmerman arriv arrived
ed arrived bv nlane Tuesrlav f. prnimn
from Larid Air Foroe Rasn in h
best man at his brother's wedj
ding. Michael Zimmerman and
Miss Jeanene Kieasner, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. F Klpnsnrr nf
Diablo Heights, will be married at
the Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancou
tomorrow at s:30 p.m.;.
Goes To School
With Pet Snakes;
It's pari' of i school teacher's
training tovexpect small boys to
carry frogs)1 worms and other re repulsive
pulsive repulsive objects in" their 'pockets,
but seven-yfear-old Jonathan Cohen
caused quite a sensation the morn morn-in
in morn-in he showed up with, aa armload
of snakes. V :..: ...,y..-
the calni." first-grader' allowed
the reptiles to twine' around his
( neck and arms.1 And after the in in-'
' in-' itlal shock, i the teacher, Miss
Nancy Frye, 'encouraged ; young
Jonathan to tell, his., classmatts
about the" snakes,
"After the children saw he
Wasn't afr-i'd.r' thrm, they soon
were hamuuig un-m like-vet
erans," she s a 1 d. "Jonathan
showed them that a lot of tales
about snakes such as being slimy
are just.iallacies." .' ,.
The'boy is the son of t Noble
Foundation scientist, Dr. ".. Elias
Cohen. Dr. Cohen said Jonathan
began playing with non-poisonous
snakes wlea he was three and
now goes on ueia inps to nunc
them. ', .v.-..
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; WHEREVER MILTON COES
i His bull fiddle goes, but the
(Armed Forces Induction Cen Center
ter Center in Los Angeles didn't agree.
I When; Milton Nadet, 22, re refused
fused refused tobe Inducted-without
his -"beloved instrument, au authorities
thorities authorities called In the FBI.
Kadel, after spending a night
In Jail without it, reluctantly
conceded the point. The Army
' says he can have his fiddle
with him after his two months'
. basic training.
By CLYDE H. FA RNS WORTH
NEW YORK-(UP)-A new big!
game rifle one r of the first of
its kind produced in the United
States develops 5,000 foot pounds
of energy at the muzzle or enough
to stop a charging elephant in its
tracks. ;. Y ,:.-; :
1 The company says its new Win Winchester
chester Winchester Model 70, which takes a
458 caliber cartridge, develops
more power than any other rifle
in the world with the exception
of a lew loads of heavy-double-barreled
The cartridge is made with a
belted case and comes with either
a 510 grain soft point bullet for
lions and similar game or a 500
grain bullet for elephants.-
The rifle is fully, adjustable for
ranges' up to -400 yard s. (Olin
Mathieson Chemical Corp., New
York, N.Y.) ,
iA new line of scissors comes
with a grip made of soft plastic
instead of the' usual steeL This
prevents the scissors from cutting
ir.io ine unBers aiier- lung use.
The cushioning effect is pro
(Ji'ced by coating the' handles v, 'h
a foamed plastisol. b a-s e d ;r
Bakelite vinyl resins. The coatinc
is supposed to adhere firmly to
tne torgea sieei.--t-jonn AniDin :
Sons, Inc., Bridgeport ; Conn.)
A company, mindful of the ha
ricane season approaching, ha;
come out with a magnetic map
designed to help home weather weathermen
men weathermen keep tracjc of the. big. wind's
progress. Magnetized steel marK
ers are used to lay out the course.
The map also contains a variety
of hurricane information such as
wind velocities, directions and
barometric pressures. (George R,
G U y e r. Box 125, West Palm
MILWAUKEE -(UP)-A polio
patient at the Veteran's Adminis
tration Hospital here has been
without the use of his arms and
legs for almost four years; but has
entered, some 75 writing contests,
winning four prizes.
Arthur L. Koch, 29, is a totally
disabled polio patient. He sleeps in
a portable cnest respirator out
doesnt need it during the day
when he does nis writing.
For typing Koch uses an alumi
num tube about. 15 inches long
with a mouthpiece at one end and
a rubber thump at the other He
can type from 15 to 20 words a
When '.he wants to write, the
ambitious veteran, who finished
his high school education in the
Navy, has a nurse slip the filler
from a ball point pen into a per
pendicular tube just above the
thumb, ', ... ,; .-.
. Some of the prizes Koch has
won for his writing ability are a
dresser set, which he earned in
a jingle contest aimed to get peo
pie to do their Christmas shopping
in drug stores, and two tickets to
a Braves' baseball game for writ writing
ing writing 25 words on his favorite Brave,
Koch is married and the father
of tvyo young daughters.
I !zch:n3 Will Solve
Exp:r!s CslisYe :;
WASHINGTON (UP) A ma
chine soon may tear down Uik
language barrier which deters
world-wide exchange of scientific
Language experts at George
town university are leacnuig
the machine to translate from
Russian to English. Money for the
project comes from a $100,000
grant from the National Science
Foundation. ;.. .
In January, 1951, the Interna
tional Business Machine Corp. an
nounccd it had developed a com computer
puter computer that could translate simple
Russian sentences into English.
Now the problem is to increase
the machine s vocabulary.
Ultimately, the Georgetown ex
perts hope to get a machine which
translate the words into any lan lan-will
will lan-will scan a printed page and
translate the words into any lan
euaee. t i
. The project is important because
so much of the world s scientific
knowledge is printed in only three
languages English,, trench and
German. This means' that scien scientists
tists scientists now must learn at least ont
of these three to use most of the
important scientific reference ma'
teriak V v.
But with a machine such as the
one being developed at George Georgetown
town Georgetown all they would have to do v
feed the pages into one end ot
the machine and a translation into
their own language ..would come
out the xither. ., :
; The. Science Foundation grant
has enabled Georgetown to put
20 linguists and lexicographers to
work on : the project.. At the end
of the year they hope to "teach"
the machine a 6,000-word vocabu vocabulary
lary vocabulary I--- 3.000 common words and
3,000 scientific; i'.' ,;;:-.
The .big' problem is that words
do. not always mean the same
thing, even in the same language
In English, for' example; the word
execute can mean either
put o death" or "to put into
fect."f So the machine must be
taught to translate the exact mean meaning
ing meaning of the original text.
It is up to the Georgetown lin linguists
guists linguists to decide what grammatical
and linguistic rules the machine
must know in order to make an
exact: translation. v .
BY MRS, VURIEL LAWRENCE acceplai.ee of oppositcness." he
began to feel, "Perhaps I too ca i
expect acceptance when I opposj
others. Perhaps I can learn t
give it when others duier iron
France To Sc! U?
To Ccnlacf Drivers
"Dominated by marital friction"
was how the reformatory's psy.
chological clinic described Sauls
The clinic meant that his par-;
ents disagreed with hate. It
meant that Saul's father retorted
ti. his mother's nagging with eurs eurs-e&i
e&i eurs-e&i threats, alcoholic blows. It
meant that she nagged on. un
checked. If meant that these mar married
ried married people were so soaked in mu mutual
tual mutual resentment that -they could
not disagree over breakfast cereal
without splashing each other with
So the very first thing the clinic
did for Saul was to introduce him
to two married peopi'e who could
disagree with love.
It called them his 'cottage par-'
ents."- Ostensibly in charge oft
Sal's domestic arrangements, the
real work of his pair was the
demonstration of happy opposite opposite-ness.
ness. opposite-ness. ...
IF Saul's cottage mother wrong
fully accused him of leaving the
shower dripping, her husband
might say, 'She's usually more
fair than that. She bad some bad
news about her only sister last
night., That's why who left the
shower dripping didn't matter ve very
ry very much to her this morning.
If his cottage father canceled a
picnic, his wife might say, 'If he's
got a quick temper, he always
notices things. Maybe if you stop
complaining and just go and Star
mowing that law..."
These people's staunch appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of each other'a worth un underlying
derlying underlying their surface weaknesses
was a chief stabilizer in Saul's
recovery from delinquent confu
sion. Where he'd once seen man man-woman
woman man-woman oppositeness evoking rage,
he now saw it evoking understan understanding
ding understanding and loyalty.
The "united front" in discipline
is as misleading an idea as sex
equality." Just as parents cant
afford to extinguish their sexual
oppositeness, so we can t afford
to lose our individual characters
in the war-like alliance of a "unit "united
ed "united front."
D. H. Lawrence. the English
poet, had the final wvrd on the
value of loving oppositeness be between
tween between ttui parents. 'The child's
soul was put at peace between
them," he wrote. "She was r no
tnnaoi; ftdllof! tn irnhnM with hr
childish might thi broken end of
the arch. Her parents now met to
the span of the heavens and she,
the child, was free to play ia the
space beneath, between.
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McMURDO SOUND. ANTARC
TIC, via SYRACUSE, N. Y.-(UP)
A group of 93 Seabees and a
Catholic priest, hampered by tem
peratures more than 30 degrees
below lero ami 24-hour darkness,
have built the first church near the
South Pole. 1 ; r
The "Chapel in the' Snow" 800
miles from the South Pole, com complete
plete complete with altar, steeple, and bell
in the cupola, was built by the
men on' "Operation Deepfreeze."
The last contact with the out outside
side outside world was in March (1956)
when ships left the American base
They will have contact again in
October (1956) when weather per permits
mits permits ships and planes to return.
Word of the church came-out
of the Antarctic by shortwave ra radio.
dio. radio. Amateur operator Paul Blum
and a few associates have been
operating a shortwave message
service for the men in the Antarc Antarctic.
tic. Antarctic. Since the' men get no mail,
their only connection with friends
and relatives is through small sta stations
tions stations such as Blum's.
Father John Condit, 38, of Jef
fcrson City, Mo., in an interview
with a Syracuse newsman, told
how the Seabees spent their spare
time designing and building the
The chapel is situated on .Ross
Island near a cross that com
memorates Capt. Richard Falcon
Scott who died in 1912 while at attempting
tempting attempting to reach the South Pole.
"You can see the chanel for
miles around because of its blaz
ing lights and its situation on a
high promonotry," Father Condit
said. He conducts services for all
faiths, and praised the 16-man
Protestant choir that "sings old old-time
time old-time hymns every- Sunday in mar marvelous
velous marvelous four-party harmony."
"Of course, with the darkness
and the cold it seems like we've
been here an awfully Ions time."
he said. The morale has Deen an
inspiration to me. We don't have
any television or any other means
of modern-day entertainment. But
the humor between the men and
their constant good nature makes
up for this," he said,-
In the sauce..
INEVITABLY.; as he grew used
to his cottage parents' unruffled
To Australia, Dies
SYDNEY, Australian Aug. 30 -(UP)
-Douglas Moat, u. S. m
bassador to Australia, died of a
heart ailment at Si. Vincent's Hos Hos-pita!
pita! Hos-pita! here today.
Authorities Kalri he Hind nRpr
The Australian TaHiament In
Canherm intrmintil It-, hnefnnc
jin an unprecedented move to ex-
press us conaoiences. y
External Affairs Minister Rirh Rirh-ard
ard Rirh-ard C. Casey messaged parlia-
jment that "even In the short t'me
!he was here Moffat contributed to
the important task of close under under-sanding.".
sanding.". under-sanding.". ;j
PARIS, Aug. 30 (UP) The gov.
eminent yesterday announced a
system f "autogrims" for com.
municating with jootoriftj on the
two major highways in France.
TO. T . I 'l-l-
graph and Telephone said persons;
wishing to contact motorists on
the Paris Marseille-Nice and 'Ca-i
lais-Paris-Bordeaux highways can
wire an autogram from any post
oflice in France, West Germany,
Luxembourg or the Netherlands.
Motorists will get the messages
by means of huge roadside panels
which will list their names -and
license number and thr informa information
tion information that someone wants to con contact
tact contact them. Callers names and
phone numbers win be available
at gasoline stations. ,'
Royal Yacht Sails
For Princess In
LONDON. Am?. 30 (UP) Th
royal yacht Britannia nosed out
on a 40,000-mile tour of Fast Afri
ca and Australia yesterday.
The yacht will pick up Princess
Marcaret at Mombasa V.aA A.
rica, Sept. 22 for a tour and xei
carry the Duke of Edinburgh Jrom
F.ast Africa to the Olympics a f
Melbourne, Australia in mid Oc I
toner after Margaret's tour is 11
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Lassies From Iowa :
Showing Scots How
To Play Bagpipes
ABERDEEN, Scotland, Aug. 30
(UP) LThe 73-girl bagpipe band
from the University of Iowa ar arrived
rived arrived here yesterday to play for
Us severest critics.
When the band came here four
years ago, a section of the Town
Council was horrified and said it
was a disgrace that American
girls should invade Scotland and
show the Scots how to play their
native insturment. N
But the girls' playing Jed Aber Aberdeen
deen Aberdeen to retract-its criticism, and
this year the Town Council led all
Scotland in inviting the band back
for an encore, i
As Walls Collapse
TOKYO Aug, 30 (UP) Tons of
rock and gravel buried 10 work workmen
men workmen in the basement of a hospital
they were building yeterav, Five
men were killed, and five injured.
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worker trapped hv an e?r)ifr land landslide.
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Red North Korea
By 80,000 Men
TOKYO, Aug. 30 '(UP) Com Com-munist
munist Com-munist North Korea has complet completed
ed completed demobilization of 80.000 memi
bers of its armed services, Pyon Pyongyang
gyang Pyongyang radio said today. The gov I
eminent announced last May it
would make the 0,000-man cut by
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.kV Ninth Innin
Three-Run Blow Keeps
11-2 Games Off Pace
By FRED DOWN
' NEW YORK; Aug:. 30 (UP) Joe Adcock has
dealt the Brooklyn Dodgers many a crippling- blow
in person but few hurt so much as one he struck 90
miles away. .
The blow, a three-run, ninth ninth-inning
inning ninth-inning home run, came' last
night to give the Milwaukee
Braves a 4-1 victory over the
Pittsburgh Pirates while the
Dodgers "sweated out" the re result
sult result 90 miles down the tracks in
Chicago. The world champions
had walloped the Cubs, 11-4, in
n afternoon game.
It was as important a blow as
has been struck for the Braves
all season because it was the
' difference today between a la
. game first place lead and a slen slender
der slender half game margin over
Brooklyn. Even the Dodgers
: tfould admit that none of the
11 homers he's hit against them
' this season provided a greater
' setback to their pennant plans.
Adcock'a 34th round-tripper
of the campaign came after
mnk Aaron singled and Ed
, Mathews drew a walk off El El-f
f El-f toy Face. Mathews put the
; "Braves ahead w:th his 33rd
homer in the second inning
Jut the Pirates tied the score
in the ninth when Dick Groat
wcingled home Dale Long. The
game was held up by rain for
S3 minutes at the start of the
, LewBurdette shut out the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates on four hits until the ninth
and wound up with a seven-hitter
to win his 17th game of the
year. Face, who beat the Braves
Tuesday night,; suffered his 9th
, Roy Campanella drove in five
. runs with a three-run homer
and a double to spark an 11-hit
Dodger attack oh four Cub pitch pitchers.
ers. pitchers. Carl Erskine yielded 11 hits
but went the distance for his
12th win. Duke Snider contrlb-1
uted his 37th homer to Brook i
lyn's attack while Carl Furillo
drove in three runs.
Johnny Temple and Roy Mc McMillan,
Millan, McMillan, Cincinnati's 4 ""mighty
; mite 'double play combination,"
took over for their more muscu muscular
lar muscular teammates to drive In two
runs each in the Redlegs' 4-3
triumph over the New York Gi Giants.
ants. Giants. McMillan struck a two-run
double and scored on a single .by
Temple in the second Inning
and Temple singled home the
decisive tally in the fourth. Art
Fowler squared his record at
10-10 while Johnny Antonelli's
mark dipped to 13-13.
Robin Roberts was combed
for 12 hits including a homer
by Ray Katt but hong on for
his 15th win as the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillies whipped the St.
fLouis Cardials, 8-6. Del Ennis
Mmacked his 23rd homer, a
rtlouble and a single to lead the
Phillies' 14-hit attack.
Gun Club JSutes
it Saturday morning the Balboa
tc5un Club and the Canal 3one
police will again fire on the Po Police
lice Police course on Gavilan Road.
The Police are going to be
'hard to handle for the Gun Club
'gang was trailing in the last
:;match until Irving Krapfl and
-Wayne Lucas firing on the tail
ZrpA it the Gun Club's team fired
?192 and 195. This gave the Bal Bal-:
: Bal-: boa Gun Club a win by 13 points.
3Sld Hayes was high for the
Police with Tony Roessler and
Roland close on his heels with
v individual scores:
Canal Zone Police
Toland ............ 192
Howerth ........... 187
Mills 183 ?:
Priest -..... ; 170
Proback ........... 163
Hulman ........... 161
Husum ............ 126
Balboa Gun Club
Keller :. 195
Mcllvalne ......... 193
Lucas ............. 185
fjodny Encanto .25 --. 15
Tyrone Power In
THE LONG GRAY LINE"
, Ray Milland In
4- "LET'S DO IT AGAIN"
Joday IDEAL .20 JO
Anne Baxter in
Lena Home In
"CABIN IN THE SKY"
;The New York Yankees re
mained eight games ahead in
the American League when they
rallied for three runs in the 9th
to beat the Kansas City Athlet
les, 7-6. Mickey Mantle, who hit
his 46th homer in the third in
nine and now is four games a
head of Babe Ruth's record
pace, climaxed the winning ral
ly with a 400-foot single to
knock in the decisive run. Tom
Morgan won his fifth game
while lefty Bobby Shantz drop
ped hls seventh game.
Vic Wertz singled home the
tielng run in the sixth and
knocked in the winning run with
a sacrifice fly in the eighth to
give the Cleveland Indians a 3-2
decision over the Baltimore Ori Orioles.
oles. Orioles. Relief pitcher Don Mossl
picked un his sixth win for the
Indians and Mike Fornleles suf
fered his seventh loss.
Tom Brewer won his 17th
game when the Boston Red Sox
beat the Detroit Tigers, 4-2, as
Dick Gerncrt came through with
a run-scoring douoie ana a two
run single. The loss went to Bil
ly Hoeft, his 12th against 15
Jim Wilson won his first game
since July 3 when the Chicago
White Sox beat the Washington
Senators again, this time. 9-7,
with Nelson Fox getting 4 hits
and t Minnie Minoso and Walt
Dropo three each for the White
YESTERDAY'S STAR Joe
Adcock, whose three-ran, 9th 9th-inning
inning 9th-inning homer gave the Braves
a 4-1 vfctory over the Pirates.
By BEANS REARDON
24 Yar in National Laaguo
.,; Writttn for NEA Sarvic
QUESTION! The third base
coach watched as. th nitph
ed a bunt, with a runner headinr;
for third. He was sure to be safe,
The coach shouted to the pitcher
as a ne were a teammate, advis-
ing him to throw to third. It a
an attempt to confuse the pitcher
Is .it allowed? Dick Sharry.
Amwtr: At long ai tha coach
dea not insart himtalf phyiicil phyiicil-ly
ly phyiicil-ly into the play, it censtitutas
Tho n) imi
match will be Sept. 16 at Far-
fan. This will be a 90 round .22 n
caliber. Shooting starts at 9
The Balboa Gun Club held Its
August Large Bore Rifle Match
over the 30-06 Modified Nation
al Match Course on Sunday, Au August
gust August 19, at Far Fan Range. The
wind and sun played their usual
tricks on the shooters, but on
the whole scores were high.
Medals were awarded to the 6
high shooters as follows:
Knobby Keller. 1st.
Jeanette Orr, 2nd.
Mel Millard, 3rd.
Jack Voss, 4th. '
Stratford Duke, 5th.
Francisco Gonzalez, 6th,
A .22 caliber rifle match will
be' held Sunday. September 2, at
Far Fan Range. The match will
start at 9:30 a.m.. and all wine
will be at 50 yards, slow fire. I
ITlrfnn aflll hp a.t fnllnwm
10 rounds standing 10 min minutes
utes minutes I plus 5 minutes for sighting
10 rounds sitting 10 min minutes.".
utes.". minutes.". -;
30 rounds prone 20 minutes
(plus 2 minutes extra for sight sighting
ing sighting shots).
This match will be similar to
that fired in the' Balboa' Gun
Club Overall Trophy MntcVso
mmebera are urged to come out
and get their sights set. There
will be no entry fee for this
match as it will be an organized
practice match to familiarize
new shooters and get the kink:
out of the old ones.
The next big bore match" is
scheduled for Sunday, Septem September
ber September 16. This will be a Modified
National Match Course. tiU sn.i-
yard firlnr. Caliber 30-06. it Is
open to all Gun Club members.
jany National Rifle Association
1 members and Armed Services.
Jn The Majors
(Based on 275 official at bats)
Player, Clnb i ib r h pet
Moon, St. L. 124 445 78 147 .330
Aaron, Mil. 123 481 88 157 .326
S'dlenst, N.Y. 101 372 46 118 .317
Klus'ski, Cin. 120 462 85 145 .314
Musial, St. L. 128 484 68 150 Z 10
Mantle, N.Y. 124 455 110 167 567
Williams Bos. 108 307 52 105 .342
Nieman, Bal. 104 34 51 115 .330
Kuenn, Det. 118 478 73 155 .328
Vernon, Bos. 98 333 57 108 .324
Mantle, Yanks 4fS
Snider, Dodgers 37
Robinson, Redlegs 34
Adcock, Braves ,. 34
Mathews, Braves ....... 33
Kluszewski, Redlegs 33
RUNS BAITED IN
Mantle, Yanks'.......',: 117
Kaline, Tigers.... ,102
Simpson, Athletics ..... 93
Kluszewski, Redlegs 93
Musial, Cards 93
Mantle, Yanks .....
Fox, White sox .......,
Aaron,i Braves ..........
Mantle, Yanks 167
Fox, White Sox ....... M65
Kaline, Tigers ......... 159
Aaron, Braves 157
Kuenn; Tigers 155
';-,--., --j.' ,y j.y-X '.:.)!
(Based on 13 Decisions)
W L Pet
Newcombe, Dodgers .21 6 .778
Buhl, Braves 16 & .762
Pierce, White Sox ...18 6
Ford, Yanks ........14 5
Freeman, Redlegs v; 1 1 4
Will Hold Bazaar'
The Isthmian Little League
Baseball Association announced
yesterday that a fund-raising ba bazaar
zaar bazaar wiU be held Sept. 6, 7, and
b ai uie raraiso gymnasium from
' P-m. until midnight each night
Games of skill, and other enter-
talnment wiU hlghught the bazaar.
Novelty booths and, refreshment
Bla,lus Wlu as e provmea
This 1 activity -is primarily to
raise funds to have 90 boys com-
r. :t i a t
yiKieiy unuormea, ana to iurmsn
the league with the necessary e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment for the year. Lou Giud.
and the Motta brothers, are the
first to have contributed prizes.
Many ethers have pledged contri
Since the league will -be com
prized of little leaguers from
La Boca, Paraiso and Santa Cruz,
adult residents of these communi
ties are especially invited to give
their financial support toward this
end which the committee hopes,
will be reflected in the anticipated
drop .in juvenile delinquency
throughout the Canal Zone towns.
iPhil Rizzufo Joins
Living Room A.C.
NEW YORK (NEA) The day
after Phil Rizzuto was handed his
release by the Yankees, he found
out what it really meant, y
Rizzuto drove to his mother's
home at Glendale, Long Island,
sat down in the living room and
watched his former teamm a t e s
play a televised double-header.
"Just like any other fan," he
said. "Sunday dinner and then
watch the game in the living room.
This is the first time I've seen the
Yankees on television." t.
3 different sizes
Spider Webb Cops
..MUTUAL AID Ragge Lundberg performs tree top high in
Stockholm for one special spectator; his wife, Jinni. .Thf
Swedish champion and his missus, a polio victim, encourage
each other to reach their goals, his to pole vault higher in
the Olympic Games, hers to walk again. ; i
MILWAUKEE, Aug. 30 (UP)
The manager of the Pitts- lineup day after day." Then
burgh" Pirates has changed his Bragan went on "But the Dodg Dodg-mind
mind Dodg-mind about the National League ers dont beat themselves you
UUlgll X-llotco Xiao
mind about the National League
mennant race. :
Bnhhw Ttrasran. whose Pirates
. J .... 1 .1 .n.Ni
waukee the inside track.;- The
Braves have held together bet
ter than I tnougni mey woum.
I didn't figure them to get so
much help from southpaw War
ren Spahn and rignt-nanaer
Brairan added "And Bobby
Thomson seemed to improve
from the moment, f'rea tianey
Mnlana Horlip ririmm fis man-
. bJlULU vlw'." ..... ...
ager last June. I thought Thom
son Was UUggUg lb Mil lillC abaik
of the year." -
It f a' trrtnlr1vn Well nrflfrfln
.. UiWljJ.. "V..,
said "The Dodgers have had to
scratch for every win recently;
Fred Kipp Hulls
Montreal To 4-3
Win Over Toronto
NEW YORK. Aug. 30 (UP)
Montreal's Fred Kipp became
the international League's sec sec-nnri
nnri sec-nnri Maneat winner last nieht
chalking up his 19th victory over
the Toronto Maple Leafs.
lowed eight hits while gaining
rl i I- '.A. .' 1-1. 1 1 . V- .A
ins, linn siraigni iriumim w
move the Royals to within iy2
games of Toronto.
' Kipp's efforts also enabled the
other-contenders to move up.
Miami beat Richmond, 7-2 and
Rocnester spnt a aouDiencaaer
u'ith nnffaln lnslno th fir
and taking the nightcap, 4-0 be behind
hind behind .;. Gary Blaylock's s fourth
consecutive victory. s
- Bob Kuzava allowed the Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Jets six hits while pitch
ing Havana to a 5-2 win.
The linescores: K
(First Game. 7 Innlnsrs)
Buffalo 000101 02 5 0
Rochester 000 000 00 4 0'
Donovan and Sherry; Deal and
Rand. HRs: Easter, Ortiz. ;
Buffalo i OOOOnoOOO 0 7 2
Rochester 001 003 OOx 4 11 0
Hahn, Weiss (8) and Tomp Tomp-klnson,
klnson, Tomp-klnson, Sherry (8) ; Blaylock,
Wright fO) and Rand. WP?
Bliaylock. LP: Hahn. .,
Toronto 000 002 0103 8
Montreal 000 310 OOx 4 7 2
IC Johnson, Hetkl (4) and Sa Sa-watski.
watski. Sa-watski. Kipp and Roseboro. LP:
K. Johnson. Hit: Parris.
Miami 104 000 200 7 11 2
Richmond 000 002 0002 6 2
Owen and Holton: Cictote,
"jtarr (6) and Watlington. LP:
Cicotte. HR: Tompkins..
Havana 000 000 0112 x 5 3
Columbus 000 010 22x 5 11 1
Hatten. Sancheg (8) and Dot-
terer: Kuzava and Ray Noble.
surprised by taKing .:. me r eany magau wis wiuwu on uiuiu uiuiu-season
season uiuiu-season leadr first leaned toward fnati, as a pennant threat. "They
Brooklyn. Now Bobby gives Mil- ust don't have the ; pitching,"
They can't seem to keep one
have eot to do it. They don't
open th door for you." s
Bragan has written off Cincin
said Bobby. ..
, Over in the American Leasrue.
manager Lou Boudreau of Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City is in a New York .hospi .hospital.
tal. .hospital. Boudreau was admitted ear early
ly early yesterday morning with chills
una i ever, me result, oi navmg
three wisdom teeth extracted in
Boston on Monday. A hospital
uiiiuuti jaiu ouuureuu WIU re
main for a few days for observa
Mantle Must Hit 3
Homers In 6 Games
To Keep Ruth's Pace
J NEW YORK, Aug! 30 (UP)
Miekay Mantle, bag inn ing to
"ftal the pinch" of Babe Ruth'
sensational September spurt in
1727, needs thraa home runs In
the Yankees next six games to
stay even witn the Bambino's
record ftwi'" "r-'
Mantle hit hi 4th homar in
the Yank' 128th gam yester yesterday
day yesterday but actually lost ground to
Ruth. Mickey started yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's gam five games ahead of
it only four games lhad of
Ruth' 1927 pace because Ruth
hit two homer in the Yank'
The homers in the Yankees'
next six gam will put Mantl
xactly even with Ruth 49
homer in 134 : game. It'll b
disastrous for Mickey if h'
shut out in those tlx game be because
cause because he'll then have to hit 14
In the Yank' last 20 gam to
ti tho mrk. : Vj v
..The Yankee are idle today
and play in Washington tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night.
CHICAGO, August 30 (UP)
Spider Webb's superior box boxing
ing boxing technique last night gave
him a unanimous upset deci decision
sion decision over previously unbeaten
middleweight contender Rory
Calhoun at the Chicago Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Webb, 156, scored hi 18th
victory in 19 fights while Cal Calhoun
houn Calhoun tasted defeat for the first
time n 24 ; bouts. Calhoun
weighed 162 pounds.
Webb outboxed Calho a a
throughout the Interesting
contest but was in trouble in
the third round when the big bigger
ger bigger and heavier punching Cal Calhoun
houn Calhoun staggered him.
Calhoun was rated No. 7 in
the latest of Ring Magasfae
while Webb is unranked.
GALVESTON, Tex., Aug. 30
(UP) Bah nirtrilrenn 7al,orioo
who has received the acclaim
sports fans the world over, today
was paia triDuie oy ner doctor.
In an unusual medical bulletin
issued at John Sealy Hospital, the
Babe was praised for "her indom indomitable
itable indomitable grit." It went on to expalin
that she remained the "same in
ner oatue with cancer.
The Bahe wan "ntirTv Mnt
table" and had "no additional
irouDies", the repdrt said. That
was affirmed hv hor h it h a
j u 1. w m u u
GeorEe. whn snpndo nraKtioIlu all
of his time at her bedside. Zaha-
riaS said his wife nnt "xnmfni.
table" night and that her
The OUt-nf-thnrf1iniirtf niArlt.nl
bulletin told a heart-warming stoJ
rv of how the frail hi if C m i f i n rr
Babe was making out in her fight
"Her grit is amszlntr th r.
port said. "The difficulty she has
ucen mruugn mis past year would
lead the most resolute soul to give
up. With the trials of the p a st
month ft.un AnpraHine
nvuiu giYC lip. Dill DO! SO
the Babe. She has Khnmn that
only her physique has been one of
me greatest ot au times, but she
tar. also one of the world's indom-
itable spirits." . j
Barely Made It
Power 2b 4
Smith c ........ i 5
Zernlal if ...... 0
Robinson lb ....i 3
Simpson lb-rf ... 3
Skizas rf-11 ..... 4
Pilarcik rf s
Lopez 3b 3 0
aaxes ss 3 0
McMahan n .:. 2 n
Crimian p ........2 0
Shantz p ;.. 0 0
32 S 6 28 11
Slaughter If ...... 5
McDougald 2b ... 5
Berra c 4
Mantle cf ........ s
Skowron lb ...... 3
Bauer rf 4
Martin 3b :Ai.i.. 4
Hunter ss 3
Kucks p ....
36 7 10 27 15
X-Two out when winninv run
' a-Ran ior Zernlal In 1st in inning.
b-Grounded out for Kucks in
c-Homered for Hunter in Bth.
d-Walked for Morgan In 9th..
e-Ran for McDermott in 9th.
401 001 0006
021 010 0037
SUMMARY Errors; Mc
Dougald 2. Mantle. Robinson.
RBI: (Robinson scored on Mo-
Dougald's error in 1st), (Simp (Simpson.
son. (Simpson. Kklza.i and Pilarpllr xrnreri
on Mantle's error in 1st), Hunt Hunter
er Hunter 2. Robinson. Mantle 2. Skow
ron. Lopez. Collins. Eerra. Dou
ble: Pilarcik.' Trlnle: Hunter.
HRs: Robinson. Mantle. Collins.
Sacrifice: Baxes. sacrifice flv:
Lopez. Doubleplays: Skowron to.
Hunter; Morgan to Hunter to
Skowron: Martin to Berra to
Skowron. Left on base: Kansas
City 5. New York 7. Rases on
balls: Kucks 2. McMahan 3.
Morgan 2, Crimian 1. S.O.: Mc McMahan
Mahan McMahan 2, Kucks 1, Crimian 1,
Shantz 1. Hits off: McMahan 5
in 4 2-3. Crimian 2 in 3 2-3.
Shantz 3 in 1-3, Kucks 4 in 6,
Morgan 2 in 3. Runs and earn
ed runs: Kucks 6 and 1, McMa
han 4 and 3. Crimian 2 and 2.
Shantz 1 and 1. Hit by pitch:
Kucks hit Zernlal. WP: Morgan
(5-5). LP:. Shantz 2-T1.
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
St. Louis .
I Chicago ,
' TOOAV'S r.AMPS
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee 1
Brooklyn at Chicago i
Only games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS -(Xieht
Pittsburgh 000 000 0011 7 0
Milwaukee 010 000 0034 7 0
Law, Face (9-9) and Shepard.
Burdette (17-8) and Rice.
Brooklyn 500 030 20111 II 0
Chicago 003 001 000 4 II 2
Erskine (12-7) andcampanel-
Kalser (3-8) Hurhes tTartrer
ValentinetU and Chitl
New York 010 200 0003 121
Cincinnati 030 100 OOx 4 9 0
Antonelli 1S-1I) ana Sam I
Klippstein, Fowler (10-10) and
Philadelphia 002 051 0008 14
St. Louis 220 100 001 6 12
KoberU (15-15) and Lopata.
; Dickson, Collum, Blaylock 1 1-5),
5), 1-5), Konstanty, Liddie and Katt.
Brooklyn Ab R H Po
Gilliam 2b 3 2 2 3
Reese ss 5 1 1 1
Snider cf ........ 3 3 2 3
Robinson 3b 1 1 0 1
Amoros if ... i . 3 2 1:2
FurlNo irf 5 1 '2 4
Campanella c .... 4 1 2 4
... 3 0 1 9,
... 3 0 0 0
I Erskine p
32 11 11 27 9
irvln If .......... 4 0
Whlsenant cf .... 4 0
ChiU n 2 0
b-Landrith ......' 2 0
Kaiser p v....... Q 0
Hughes p .11
o-rimlfp .. ...... 10
Hacker p 0 0
c-King .......... 1 0"
Valentlnettl p ,. 0 1 0
d-Kellert .' 1 0
. 37 4 11 27 7
a-Grounded out lor Hughes to
b-Slngled for Chitl in 7th.
c-Struck out for Hacker In
d-Flled out for Valentlnettl In
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Tiplla Wnflb Balrer Snider
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bleplays: Doubleplays: Robinson to Gilliam to
Hodges; Banks to Baker to Fon Fondy.
dy. Fondy. Left on base: Brooklyn 4,
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ser Kaiser 1, Hughes 4,, Hacker 1. S.O.;
Erskine 4, Hughes l. Hits off:
Kaiser 5 in 1-3, Hughes 2 in 4
2-3, Hacker 2 to 2, ValentinetU
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Erskine 4 and 4, Kaiser 5 and 5,
Hughes 3 and 3, Hacker 2 and 2,
Valentlnettl 1 and 1. WP: Er
skine U2-7). LP: Kaiser (3-8).
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NEW YORK (NEA1 Rirdie
WITH ALL THB
YKf LA-5T TWO
TPhiWitJt nf tn KMt 0Afa nit cum.
paUiy from pitchers, umpires and
older heaas m ittiiui the
A3 ICA- 52 A 'SO &XW
Braves" Lew Uurdette of violating
every pucaing ruie.
"i don't know innnf Riirrlett
says Cat Huobard, supervisor of
American League umpires. "He's
j) toe ouier league, bui Irom what
i uear ne lust nddies around be
fore fcetuiife into piicdlug position
iust lixe a lot of Ditcher in our
league, futcoers pitch legauy .99
per ceni oi me ume.
i f n
7,no s D
IJ I f h if
X J AC WVTM
"If vou ask rft nvi Paul
1 tfi!c. r,MiHTl.f' -i tlx
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mT rr'M ai a I n.aa jra W I 1 1 II t II I W T
SVtNMAPO ROitOT LMO
PHIL RIZUTO played the'duck for the P j
later," jie told mo Monday night. ,
"I would like to have ended the season with them and been
pemfttedte-mioVw own !K2idc,S!
avniain tno much: on tne whole, the Yanks, nave .reaieo. bib
vS weU Sooner or later, of course, It had to.come. J Just
didn't Realize It was going to hurt io badly. Te fan. w"?
not?o Jy my business but my wcond home Thee j poof I AU
ol : a sudden taat part of my Ufe ctasea to exist. Its got to do
: lomething to Q:'"'j--r T
'' Me'ib. wm here with tU Old Ttow.
joined the Yanks in 1927 the contemporary dean of PMf"
ook one look at his abbretUtd wind up and Mi horrified.
5 never win up her. wlthth.t kind of motion- the wte.
one said. Moore, who had won 30 and tost only 4 in the minors
the 7ear beforewas puwled. "Xou must get your hands-up
over your head; tn that way you put more body tato your foU
low through and that is wrj important," ,f
one ; "Here, let me show you., . Moore said he'd like to oblige
but owing to a splintered bone that had left a permanent re restriction
striction restriction in the shoulder region he coulUn't pitch ny other way.
Still, he did iairly well that season; he saved 83 games, naa a
personal record of 19-1 'and a briWant 228 zs-'xv':
V.'. '.- i' ".-1 .-V, i 1 7"' 5,'? n
THE ONL1 EDGE Jumping Joe Dugsn gives Mickey Mantle
ver Ruth Is speed, . "Don't confuse this with base running.
The fastest men are not always the best base runners. I haven t
teen enough of thU.young man to have an opinion on his .abil .ability
ity .ability as a base runner. You want to remember that the Babe, in
the early '20t was anything but slow, and nobody in the league
had a better hook slide. Often, even when the ball hadhlm
beat, he'd hook away from the tag to be safe.' Speed Chart
Charlie say Mantle should worry. 4f vseW. 11 1 can keep Just
one day head of the sheriff I iure I'm doing great. ;
By the time Mellifluous Mel got through with the life his.
tory introductions,-everybody In the Stadium had become an
Old Timer. Art (Whaddam) Shires attended four different eoi eoi-lege
lege eoi-lege and at three of them used bogus names,, as was the cus custom
tom custom of the peregrinating (or tramp) athlete of his day. Be
tried out first with the Senators under the name of Bobby
Lower-. : "old Clark Griffith picked that one out for me when
I told him I didn't want to lose my college eligibility. The name
meant- nothing to me at the time. Later, of course, I was to
learn Lowe had been a great lnfielder in baseball's horse and
buggy days.l ; I ;,t:. v f
? ;'' 'j i ;.: ::'-v""' ; .' i -i-, ''-W .(";-:
" HARRY WISMERace broadcaster, who doubles In gold as
a stockholder In the Washington Rediklns, agrees with the re rebellious
bellious rebellious LA, Rams that pro footballers should be paid for ex exhibition
hibition exhibition games. . )"I'U probably, get thrown out of the lodge,
but I've got to admit the playcrt have a strong talking pointj
They start work in July and don't get a pay aay untu Octo October.
ber. October. ." the regular league schedule calls for only 12 games.
Most teams play a minimum of six exhibitions with the aggre aggregate
gate aggregate take running high into six figured..
As far as big league baseball goes, Joe Smith is a most un uncommon
common uncommon name." There was a Joe Smltn who played briefly with
the 1910 Brooklyns, an outfielder, nicknamed Happy, the only
one listed in tecords that (to b-ick to the genesis of the organis organised
ed organised game. Also, no Joe Smith ever won a world's boxing title,
or even a national marblea tournament. And, as might be ex expected,
pected, expected, no Joe Smith has ever ruled golf, tennis, polo or Jal-alal.
So perhaps the Dems had better take another look before writ writing
ing writing him into (heir Presidential campaign script' Come to think
of it, the Smith who probably came closest to the symbol they
seem to have in mind had a very fancy handle. . Alfred Ema Emanuel.
nuel. Emanuel. ,- ...... .. .
TAKE ALDEN CALKINS' figures for It', you'll wind up In the
poor house much slower by bJct;ng the Jumpers. At Belmont,
Delaware and Monmouth the winning ratio was approximately
60 to 30 percent against the. flat runners. Calkins Is a profes professional
sional professional shlll who has been hired by the steeplechase set to prove
that their sport has left its checkered past far in the distance
and Is now busting out all ovar with scrupulosity. Calkins says
there is no better proof of "the high esteem in which steeple steeple-chasing
chasing steeple-chasing Is held these days than the fact that the $2 bettor, an
Investor of excellent perspicacity has enthusiastically embracec
nncneu. me one-time ptrhr and
veteran cniei of Yatuee scouts,
"the Ditchers are rirhlv anlitlsd tn
cheat a litue. Uverytbing has been
lasen away irom tnem.
. "inpv dji InnEpR pan Hnptop the
ball ihe spitoall was banned,
f ences and stands have hpn
shortened, and don't Jet anyone
tell you mat tna ball isn't phiwit-
ful of jackrabbit. JUow else can
you account lor so many home
runs by little fellows who in the
old days wouid be lucky to hit tbe
ball out of the infield'!
Ltstanina nn. A u
wonaer just bow loudly lebDetU
would have squawked had be
oeeu arouna oeiore the rules max
ers clamped down on tbe pitchers
"The initnall riirf nnt minln
uae a eurve bau," recalls Krich Krich-eU.
eU. Krich-eU. "Thrown overhand, it broke
down. Thrown sidearm. it hrnka
out like a curve! xou can imagine
ue advantage uus gave, 'say a
rilirlpiUh r.nmll ailhp ins it n
i: i. .
iuuii h on every pucn. mere
wem iu ninety, snine, couee cau
"Russeil Ford, a tremendous
winner for the YankM- in iqia.ii
orginated the emery ball.. Ford'
shared his secret with oniv Riu t.a
Sweeney, his catcher. Sweeney
was nun one aiternoon, ana d
Kleinow had to finish. Calling for
the fast ball. Kleinow was hit all
over. ., ;.'.....".(. .-",,
"U I no longer -can catch a fast
oau, id wasnea up," be said.
There Wer nltchan who rnnnh
ed one aide of the ball and shined
toe other with the aid of paraffin
on their nanta. When the hall n
thrown overhand with .the sbined
side lacing the sky, the ball broke
up apd vice versa. Thrown side side-arm,
arm, side-arm, the ball broke sideways the
Elmer Strlcklett generally; Is
given credit for thinking up the
SDltball. although he niplrod It nn
on the Pacific Coast from George
niiaeorana, ier an American
League umpire, and who stranse.
ly enough, was an outfielder.
Strlcklett taught the spitball to
Big Ed Walsh, his roommate with
the White So, who in 19M became
known as the daddy of saliva sling sling-ers.
ers. sling-ers. - .i-.i
.Baseball people who have beei
around longer than they care to
remember recollect that Geprg
Mullin, who worked for i Detroi
from 1902 to '13, was one of the
superior cheaters. Chunky Eddie
Ucotte. wha went out .with the!
Black Sox scandal pf 1919, made
the ball do tricks spitting on it
and whatnot. '"v't-..
Dive Banfnrth In -flu iii
1920'l after the anithall har.
red became the most controver
:. I :i i .i
mr oi pucners supposedly tamper tamper-ine
ine tamper-ine with the hall.
It Sot so bad that Snnthnato T)aiu
forth, pitching for the St. Louis1
urowns, was put out of games,
SUSDended and artliallv thraatan.
ed with banishment. r The umpire
uuew ouv a new oau tor each nat
ter. So manv halla were thrnum
out that it hprama an mhii!i
problem. Umpires refused to let
me oau oe tnrown around the Infield..-.'-
'There were all kim1 nf mtn.
rles," recollects Bob Shawkev.
who as a Yankee pitched against
Danforth. "Dave studied dentis dentistry.
try. dentistry. One reirart had rav aoalintf
the seams of the ball with a white
solution carried in his mouth.
They said he looaeniwl th .tltxh..
on one side of the ball, but no
one ever anew, when he left base baseball,
ball, baseball, he took the secret with him."
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LOOM 4a l- AOr-B m,cs
nOBLO & PSACTICAUY HI f
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By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW1 YORK, (NEA) -' Bame
Ross 'put the paper down and' rani
his hand over his left side, r
"I didn't even bother to see the
fight," he said, "but I read where
Joe Brown wins the lightweight
championship of the world with a
broken right hand from tn aec
ond round on. My side starts to
hurt me again.
It hurt, Ross said, because ne
was thinking of what a first flight
lightweight fight used to encom
Dans. ; 1
"Billy Fetroue got me wner ne
wanted me," Ross was saymg. He
t me against the rones and
)w an overhand risht to my
kidney. I thought the whole
side of my body caved in. 1
was in 1933, but every time. I it
my hand on there I feel it.
"Today, you got a guy who can
win a title with one hand. Now
I've never said a thing about pres-l
ent day fiahters or fights you
never catch me playing the1 old old-timer.
timer. old-timer. But this is a little too much.
I mean, you needed two hands
that's the bare minimum to get
into the rine with Petrollo ot,
Tony CanzonerL Or come up a
bit. Ike .Williams or Beau Jack,
too. This must be the all-time
This was the way an old light light-weicht
weicht light-weicht and welterweight cham
pionand the rest of boxing
accepted Joe Brown as ue. new
king of all 135-pound fighters. I
Sn .for thrice who are still
slightly shell-shocked by the state
Brown Win Crown
of the lightweight title, let Rossr Ross was caught up with at the
icsiuin mucu n normauiy to new xorx puoilCliy Iirm lor Which
things by showing you that, yes J he beats the drums.
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"111 tell you about winnrnj the, taurant. -title
from Canioneri," Ross startM .
vnj ian i iicre, inu guy in'
home asleep. ;
'Did he see the fight? Naw,
.. Illinois had no lSround'Pl? Naw- I
then. Before the fight, I kepti do,? J to. t
jOlm ia V n.t ma watching them two?"
ed."That ahnulH make vnil for
get what's around today.
ooxea tony ao rounas in
June of 1933 for the title in Chi
icuuig uijracu, ne nau nil, now
it m v turn T an in an mnA af
it.' I walked Into him the instant!
tne tmng started and dogged Dim
Ue banged. I banged back.
Thev tell me' Brawn won. bv
stsying away. That's, a fine way
to win a title.- w-
"Besides, you couldn't walk a-i
way from Tony He had a stiff
armpi. Ipft hnnk A iiiaai nimnl.
I but it could stutfeq you. He would
start k irom bis siae. u you
ttpnnpri haok h'H keen It snlns
and hang you up on the end of it Ke Brave?
ana nrptrv nuipic evprvhiwiv in tha
it w,ih .hTt-. 1- : 7" to M.wd,"
vim nn T Sn ThoH .i.r' L'omaii. "I'm looking for it
you up. ho you had to Stay inside myself AniIv npver fonnH It
and s ua with him. Either that nri yswr' Anav" nev und It.
watching them two?"
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i "The second Ume was 15 rounds
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"There waan'fr ana aiiv T fnuffht
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doubt that I've seen Brown fight l
But I don't have to know anything
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New Gu beriiatorial
By Chicago Demos
Complaints Pile Ui
Against 'Hefty; Nun
Fon Mishandling T61
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.11" '' f : 0
CHICAGO, Aug. 30 fUP) A
number of prospective candidates
looked on the political horizon to today
day today as possible replacements for
Herbert rascnen, wno resign
under Dressure as Illinois' Demo-
cratie candidate tor Governor.
Paschen. also Cook County (Chi-
ago) Treasurer,- stepped d o w n
rom the toD SDot on the state UcK
ct following charges about a poli
tical "welfare fund'1 in his office.
His resignation also was a sub-
'.mission to the powerful Democra
tic Chicago machine and down down-jtate
jtate down-jtate party leaders who felt the
investigation of his oifice fund by
federal and local authorities
made him a liability on the ticket
ai Meanwhile. State Party, Chair
man James A. Ronan said the 25 25-man
man 25-man central committee will meet
in Springfield Tuesday, the state
.Capitol,, to pick a successor to
7 Several names have been raen raen-duned
duned raen-duned as possible candidates to
face Republican Gov. William G.
tratton in the November election,
thief factor in the' Selection' of a
new candidate probably will be an
ability to aid presidential nominee
Adlai. E. Stevenson carry his home
Kate against President. Eisenhow-
, rr .V "I f
I The tall, white haired county
treasurer handed newsmen his
statement of withdrawal yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, just IS minutes before he was
Scoeduled to go before lnvestiga.
tors of the Senate Banking and
: He asked the Democratic State
Central Committee "to accept my
resienation as a candidate for gov-
ernorand to proceed with the se
lection of a successor.
Ht admitted no wrongdoing
.concerning accusations about
$29,000 "welfare fond" in thi
treasurer's office. Tho Sonata
-committee, plus fodoral and
county grand Juries, are inves--tigating
chargts that banks kick kick-Tod.
Tod. kick-Tod. in to tho fund in rtturn for
deposits of county funds -end
uthat somo of tho money wont to
holp Paschon's political caroor.
m "Uy friends and fellow workers
in personal and political life have
urged me to continue, my candida candidacy
cy candidacy .as governor," Paschen's state statement
ment statement said. "But I feel I must, de devote
vote devote all of my energy and time to
repel attempts to becloud my re reputation."
putation." reputation." . ".
r He added he wants to make cer
tain mat ine issues tms tail are
clear in the public's mind do that
tlie Democratic party may present
iu me people ot Illinois the real
issues of this campaign."-
' This was taken as a reference
tn State Auditor' Orv'ifle E.
Hodger a Republican who was also
forced from the ballot and was
unmasked as the embezzler of one
million dollars in state funds. He
is now in iail.
Democrats had hoped to make
political capital out of the. Hodge
scandal until the bead ot tneir own
state ticket got in hot water.
Hit First Friendly
Territory, In South
SIOUX CITU, Iowa, Aug. 30
(UP) Adlai E. Stevenson and
Sen. Estes Kefauver wound up a
hectic 5,000-mile "pre-campaign"
tour today with a flight into the
The Democratic Presidential
candidate and his No. I man, fir firing
ing firing blasts at the Eisenhower Ad Administration
ministration Administration for breaking promis promises
es promises to farmers and workeos, were
slated to leave Sioux City for
Knoxville, Tenn. There they were
to motor to visit Norris Dam and
the atomic, installation at O a k
Ridge, Tenn., and then settle down
to a political huddle with Demo
crats from 10 Southern states.
For tho first time In their four
days of touring a wide section of
tho nation, thoy were in friend friend-ly
ly friend-ly territory. Whereat most of
tho states thoy had visited pre previously
viously previously wont Republican in 1952,
sovon of tho 10 states represent represented
ed represented thero wont Democratic.-
"Let the people know the truth md the country is safe. Abraham Uncoln.
PANAMA, R. F, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1956
Riot Breaks O utln I ehnessee s
First Integrated Higft Scoo
CLINTON, Tenn., Aug. 30 (UP). Two other Negroes, neither t
Fist fighting broke out near. student, and a 17-year-old white
Tennessee's first integrated pub- former student and picket against
lie school yesterday and all of its
u Negro students were misuea a-
way by police to protect tnem
from "'an unruly mob." '
- Whether tho Negroes will re return
turn return to class it "op" to them,"
said Sheriff Joe K. Owen. Ele Eleven
ven Eleven of the Negroes were taken
homo in sheriff's cars and the
12th was locked up on disorder disorderly
ly disorderly conduct charges...
integration were also arrested
during the lunchrhour melee.
Several hundred persons s t 111
milled around the high school aft
er the Negro students were re
moved.: "v; ' '
The .crowd was" "an unruly mobi
that's all it is,"; said school prin-
cipal' J. D. Brlttaln Jr., who had
just been given a vote of confl-
dnece by his student body of 750
for his efforts to Integrate the
school under federal court orders.
Brittain called the Negroes out
of their classes and explained they
were being taken home for their
protection. ... J
The light; started at the corner
of Broad and Main streets about
a block from the school where
four or five Negro students were
eating lunch, witnesses said. Po
licemen said that John Carter, 17.
the white "picket," attacked Bob
King,, a Negro student, because
Judge Refuses To Override, Explusion
Of Coed Lucy From Alabama r University
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Aug. 30 fere -with the administrative
To Critical List
LOS ANGELES. Aug. 30 (UP)
Vice President Richard M.
Nixon's father was returned to
the critical list after he began
hemorrhaging from a- stomach
Dr. I. N. Kraushaar said he
had notified the vice president
of the poor condition of his
father. Frank Nlvon, 77, but ad ad-'
' ad-' vised the vice president he did
not feel it was necessary for
him to return here now. is
...The ailing father had been
hospitalized earlier this year be because
cause because of a hemorrhaging ulcer
but the condition subsided. The
attack he suffered last week
during the Republican National
Convention was bleeding from
an abdominal artery.
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Stevenson-Kefauver leaders e x-
poctod tho main topics 4o como u
today would be related to farm
subjects, public power, small busi
ness and water resources policies.
From Knoxville. the candidates
will fly 480 miles tonight to Chica
go, where there will be a five
state midwest meeting tomorrow.
Speakers at a closed- session in
Sioux City yesterday told the can candidates
didates candidates they should exploit the ef
fects of a farm price decline on
small business, and praised the
Democratic farm plank.
Stevenson said in talks at Sioux
City that when fanners are ."in
trouble," it bas effect on the rest
of the economy,, too. Already, he
said, the farm depression is being
felt right here.."
From France Sent
ALGIERS. Aug. 30 fUPWThree
hundred French parachutists- left
Bone for Cyprus a week ago in informed
formed informed sources said here today.
Military authorities refused all
information on the s u b j e c t of
French troops being sent to the
Mediterranean, Island and refer referred'
red' referred' pressmen' to the 'Ministry of
Defence in Paris..
But it was reliably learnt in
Bone that a group of paratroops
estimated at 300 left there for Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus on Aug. 22. y
The French' have around 400,000
troops in Algeria', and have bled
dry their forces in France and
Western Europe to build up this
It is likely therefore that any
troops sent to Cyprus would come
from Algeria. ; 4
And tho French announced yes
terday that the pacification of the
Kabylie Area was now completed
which should make more French
troops available for use elsewhere.
73 Rebels Killed
By French Troops
In Algerian Clash
ALGERIA. Aug. 30 (UP)
French troops killed at least 73- re
bels in the" past 24 hours a milita
ry spokesman said here yester
day.' ." ,'. :
The spokesman said' there naa
(UP) The same federal Judge
who originally ordered Auther Auther-ine
ine Auther-ine Lucy admitted to the Uni University
versity University of Alabama held yester yesterday
day yesterday that he could not override
the college's subsequent expul expulsion
sion expulsion of the Negro xoed.
But U.S. District Judge Hobart
Grooms left the way open for
the woman, now Mrs. Foster, to
file a new suit If she deems her
"constitutional rights" : have
been violated. '. S-r :.
Miss Lucy was expelled last
Feb. 29 on the' grounds she had
brought unproven charges a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst university officials v In
connection with campus rloti a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst her admission: ; s )
The university Board or Trus
tees has an "unquestioned right"
to expel a student for "Just
cause,". Grooms said, and the
federal courts should not "Inter
acts of the university."
No charges have been made,
. he said, that ; the expulsion
was a "clear act" of violation :
of constitut'onal rights. ;
Miss Lucy first attended class
es at Alabama under a federal
court order on Feb. 3. Her first
two days were uneventful but
riots were directed against her
on Feb. 9. The university order ordered
ed ordered her suspension for her own
"safety" and that of other stu students.
dents. students. 'y'y'";': ; ., -'t-:
She immediately brought suit
against the university to gain
readmlsslon on grounds the uni university
versity university officials had "conspired"
to create the violence and could
have stopped It v.
In a court hearing on Feb. 29,
however, her attorney asked the
conspiracy charges be dropped
because they could not be be brought.
proved. Meantime, Judge Grooms
freed Vie university of contempt
charges 'and ordered her read readmitted.
mitted. readmitted. ? :
But the trustees swiftly issued
the expulsion order, charging
school officers had been slan slandered:
dered: slandered: by "baseless and scurril scurrilous"
ous" scurrilous" accusations.
" Mrs.-Foster's attorney, Arthur
Shores, had based his new read-
mission order on grounds the
university action should be ig
nored and it should be forced to
abide by the Feb. 29 order.
Judge Grooms said today, how however,
ever, however, the university had taken
action on events, conduct and
statements not related with the
substanc of the court hearing.:
Shores said "The judge has
left it open so we may take new
action." He said It was "too ear early"
ly" early" to say if a new suit would
King allegedly had called him an
Another Negro, Jim Bounds,-16
a non-student, flashed a iiuie on
several white bovs during the sub
sequent milling, officer Wilt, e rj
imith said. x .'
As the crowd increased "there
were two little Negro boys against1
200. said a woman witness.
"One. of the Negroes was pushed
off the sidewalk by a group of
white boys when police stepped, in
to separate them, she said.
King also tried to defend Him
self with a knife, Smith said.
Carter and Kino, wore hauled
1 off to ai and placed In separate
colls where Smith said "We're
going to. keep thorn for while,"
However, after they wore charg charged
ed charged with disorderly conduct, Car Car-tor'
tor' Car-tor' made $250 bond.
Bounds was jailed on charges of
unlawfully carrying a weapon. A
Juvenile court hearing for all three
will be held by Judge J. D. Yarn-
" King and Bounds also were re
leased later under S250 bonds.
The fight climaxed the second
demonstration of the day. Some
200 persons, more than h a 1 f of
them adults, massed on the school
grounds when school opened and
were ordered off by Police Comis-
sioner Frank Hobbsv ;
- Automobiles with pro segrega
tion slogans painted on their sides
paraded around the s e h o o 1 and
courthouse square and r several
white girls carried placards pro
testing the mixed classrooms.
; From 50 to 55 students were ab
sent yesterday, about double the
usual absenteeism, school officials
16 PC Employes Get Total Of $2, 00
NEW HAVEN. Conn:. Aur. 30-
(UP) Police said todav they
have received 15 "informal" com
plaints of baby mishandling a-
gainst a hefty pediatric nurse held
in the deaths of three infanta.
Some parents said their chil
dren had been bruised, -and cut
while in the care of Virginia B.
Jaspers, 33, who is six feet tall
ana weigns zao pounas. une lam
er said the nurse fed his child
whisky. None of the new com
plaints concerned a death.
One complainant, Marvin Schae-
fer, 29, of Woodbndge, said he told
bis pediatrician about Miss Jas
pers behavior jn February,. 1955.
The pediatrician complained to po police,
lice, police, said Schaefer, "but they did.
notnuig about if,
Miss Jaspers has admitted
breaking the kg of' the Schaefer
infant by shaking the child vio violently,,
lently,, violently,, police, said. However they
added they received no complaint
from the parents or the doctor.
'The pediatrician, whd asked his
name be withheld, said he had
"several informal conversations
with friends on the police force"
about the nurse s "incompetence.
He said the persons with whom he
spoke felt there was insuffirint
evidence for criminal action.
. The doctor said he warned ntw
physicians in the area about Miss
Jaspers and they refused to rec recommend
ommend recommend her to patients.
Miss Jasneri is held in
bond on a technical charge of i i-dleness
dleness i-dleness while police and the corn.
ner continue theirjnvestigation.'
one wis arresiea aner tne death
of Abbe Kapsinow an U-day old
baby under her care. lat v
led to an investigation of her back
ground. sne men admitted that
three babies she had been caring
fpr had died and two others had
been injured, 1
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EASTBOURNE. England. Aug.
30 (UP) Police said today they
expect to break "the crime story
of the century" next week with
charges against a man suspected
of the methodical murder of more
than 100 women over a 20-year
"It will surpass any crime story
of this century," police said, "be "because
cause "because of the large scale on which
it has been conducted.
they made the prediction af after1
ter1 after1 10 day of intensive investiga investigation
tion investigation into the deaths of women,
mostly, rich widows, in south
Sussex. During the investigation
thoy opened gravesoxhumed bo bodies
dies bodies and examined mere then 4C0
They said tlfe evidence will in
clude copies of wills of wealthy
widows, each containing the name
of the same beneficiary. ."-'
"This man is not a member of
the testator's family in any of the
cases we are investigating, po
lice said... -wn. .(.
Eastbourne police disclosed that
Scotland Yard's Detective Super
intendent Herbert Hannam "is col
lecting a huge amount of circum
stantial evidence to show that
thousands of pounds. have passed
into the hands of one man under
conditions .'which were, far from
normal." .X.. ...
They -said. Hannam also is far
from satisfied that i the deaths of
many of the women were normal
although they were mainly of "old
or very old age age-Describing
Describing age-Describing the suspect's' method
of operation the police said: "It
has been so cleverly done that the
only possible chance of pinning i
major charge on the man concern
ed is that over the years he may
have become over-confident and
careless and made a fatal sua
"Scotland Yard now believes
tharthey will find that slip. If they
do, the weight of their evidence
will be so great that a conviction is
AWARD CEREMONY Attending a brief ceremony during which Gov. Potter presented checks to 16 Canal employes was Rep.
J. Arthur Younger of California, a visitor to the Isthmus. Left to right are." Cleveland S. E. Wallace, William O. Mummaw,
W.'A; Van Siclen, Jr., Mrs. Faye C. Mlnton, William Brown, Mi ss -Kathleen M. McGulgan, Mrs. Marcia Van Home, John D,,
Hollen, Mrs. Beatrice E. Lee, Governor Potter, Rep. Younger, Edward F. Browder, Lee Karlger, Mrs. Joan Clare, William G. G.-Dolan,
Dolan, G.-Dolan, T. CTavares, Ellis F Fawcett and Livingston Rxtce.y,;s-K'--?:?"i--''. ''5K:';"'--v',-'4; "''"v1''' "f-v;?,''
Checks totaling $2,100 in value
were delivered by uo w. e.
Potter to 16 employe ot the
Canal organization who in re-
been two main battles in one of i cent montns nave rece yea pe-
whirh th Frenrh killl 28 rehels Clal recognition IQr me per
and m the other 47 rebels died.
During the same period the re-
citations.; All of the others had
Reports 01 Unfing
Alert Anr.?d Forces
The first clash took place in an was held In the board room of
previously received performance
citations. i ' '- :
The four receiving citations
and cash awards were:
William G. Dolan. distinguish-
their jobs or lor'ed service award. $300. -,
act Jn the public; Cleveland S. E. Wallace, clta
bels accounted for four French sol- Interest. ; jtlon for svecial service in the;
diers and wounded two more, i 4 The presentation : ceremony! public interest, $100. : j
Mrs. Joan c. siare ana. miss,
Kathleen M. McGulgan, supe-l
rior performapce awards.' $100'
v Checks for $200 each were
presented to three women em employes'
ployes' employes' who had previously re received
ceived received outstanding Performance
citations for their work. These
were Miss Mary F. Magulre, sec secretary
retary secretary to the Fovernor: Mrs.
Marcia H. Van Home, secretary
to the Health Director: and Mrs.
Beatrice E. Lee, passenger traf traffic
fic traffic clerk In the Administrative
Locks Division;-'TV C. Tavares the coordination ef civil defense
unspecified area in the Constan-
tine department and the other in
the Little Kabylie Mountains.
Here in Algeria the security
service (DST) now have seven
Moslem police under arrest for
complicity in the spy network the
object of which was to penetrate
the police and military adminis
; An otorm clock ts o device de designed
signed designed to score the doy lights into
the Administration uuuaing
with the supervisors of the
various employes and John D.
Hollen. Chairman of the Incen Incentive
tive Incentive Awards Committee attend attending..
ing.. attending.. ' :
Specially invited to attend the
ceremony was US Rep. -J. Arthur
Younger, of California, who was
In. the Canal Zone briefly en
route to attend the inaugural
ceremonies of the President of
Ecuador as a member of the
United States delegation..' v,
Younger was Invited by the
Governor to speak to the reci recipients
pients recipients of tho awards which are
the first of their kind to be
given in the Canal organization.
He told the group that the "in "incentive
centive "incentive awards' are themselves
more .Important than the mon money
ey money involved. He said he believes
strongly that the incentive a a-ward
ward a-ward program for Federal em employes
ployes employes la a highly Important
phnse of Government service.
Four of the employes receiv receiving
ing receiving cash awards also received
and Ellis F. Fawcett, Schools
Division; William G. Mummaw,
Maintenance Division; Richard
R. Potter. Electrical Division;
and Leon M. Warren, Engineer
ing Division. '-"J
Dolan Is the first Canal
employe to receive a distin distinguished
guished distinguished lervice award for ex ex-,
, ex-, ceptional performance of his
assigned duties.1 Reece, who
received a $100 award for spe special
cial special service in the pnblie in interest,
terest, interest, had earlier received
Distinguished Service Citation
for his part In saving the
Dolan's citation and $300 cash
award were presented for his
record as Canal Zone civil de defense
fense defense chief from December 1952
until' he recently was transfer transferred
red transferred to the Fire Division The
citation' signed by Gov. Potter
read In part as follows: v
Livingston B. Reece., who sev- j f
eral months ago received aclta-j "It is a matter of record that
tion for his part in the saving; you. assumed the duties of civil
of voung chUd from drowning defense chief on Dec. 7. 1952.
at HMawav Beach, was award-' and that without guidance or
ed 3100.. ; precedents to follow and with
Eight employes who nrevlous-ionlv th aesslstance of -lnesx
iv had received superior per performance
formance performance award citations were
nresenetd checks $100 each.
Tnev were: Mrs. Fae C. Mln
ton. Fnrlneeri"; and Construc
tion Bureau:' W. A. Van Siclen.
Jr., and Lee Karlger; of the
perlenced personnel, you origin originated
ated originated a civil defense progam
and developed an organization,
trained and prenared to act on
a moment's notice in event of
anv type of emergency. i
"Your tact and diplomacy in
acUvlUes with other VS. gov
ernment agencies and the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama have been of
inestimbale. value to the civil
defense program of the Panama
Canal company-Canal Zone gov
ernment.; ;..- .f, ..
The citation and award for
Wallace was made In recogni recognition
tion recognition of the rescue of a small
child who fell from the sea
wall at the Hotel Washington.
Through his prompt action in
the rescue, his citation read.
and by applying artificial res respiration
piration respiration he was able to sustain
the child's life until further as assistance
sistance assistance was obtained.
' Both Miss McGulgan and Mrs.
Clare were awarded citations
and $100 awards for Superior
perrormance m their normal
duties. Mrs. Clare Is employed
as secretary In the office of the
Marine Director, and Miss Mc
Gulgan Is employed In the of.
flee of the Comptroller as budg
et and personnel officer and as
chief administrative assistant
The awards and citations pre
sented this week, to the group
of Canal employes are part of
the general incentive, awards
program which was recently re revised
vised revised to provide avards, not
only tor suggested improve improvements,
ments, improvements, but also superior per performance
formance performance of duty and special
acts in the public service.
favoi 01 D:r!:.i
Rci':.i Fcr Pa-fei
WASHINGTON, D.C. (PAU)
Exploration of the Darien region
of Panama and adjacent territory
in Colombia to determine the most
practical route for the extension of
the Pan American Highway in this
area is now being undertaken, the
Permanent Committee of the Pan
American Highway Congress re reports.
ports. reports. ..
A total of $42,000 has been cW
tributed by Panama, Mexico, Ve Ve-nezuela,
nezuela, Ve-nezuela, Nicaragua, Haiti, Peru,
the' Dominican Republic -and the
International Federation 'of Auto Auto-mobile
mobile Auto-mobile Clubs for the exploratory
work in Darien.
Colombia has appropriated $30,.
001 as a contribution ; to the ex.
Densest of the expeditton and Pa Pa-?"m"
?"m" Pa-?"m" Paying for personnel ajid
installations necessary to carry
out the road survey.
Findings to Hit lni.-
the highway in Panama will ex.
tend fronr Chepo through the
mountains and follow the right
bank of the Bayano river to tho
Chucunaque river, thence along
the Tuira river to IU mouth, n.
tering Colombia at Palo de las Le Le-tras.
tras. Le-tras. In Colombia the- route will
follow the Atrito river valley and
connect .with the all-weather high highway
way highway to Medellin and Turbo. Th
n-i 1 . ....
x auauia-ujiumuia sireicn wiu bo
approximately. 280 miles long.'
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Anca P;ib Less
NEW YORK. Aug. 30 riTTM
The Swedish American Lin sued
the Italian Line yesterday for an
esumatea z million dollars in dam dam-aces
aces dam-aces In the Julv 25 collision of th
liners Stockholm and Andrea 'Do-
The, Italian Line sued the Swed Swedish
ish Swedish line Aug. 10 for 25 million dol dollars
lars dollars damages for the sinking of
the Andrea Doria in the collision
off Nantucket Island that claimed
52 lives. -
' Each line has blamed the other
for the disaster, which came as
the Italian vessel headed for New
York and the Swedish ship nosed
out to sea. The Stockholm is being
repaired in a Brooklyn shipyard.
- The Swedish American Line
sued in federal court for one mil million
lion million dollars for the cost of repairs
to the Stockholm's bashed in bow
and one million dollars for the loss
in earnings resulting from the lay laying
ing laying up of the ship.
Fight At Party
Hilarity which changed sud sud-denly
denly sud-denly to a fight between friends
brought two young Americans
into Balboa Magistrate's Court
todav for disturbing the peace
of Williamson Place.
Fined $15 each were Joseph
T. Oliver. 21. and Gerald Fox.
The ruckus at the party oc occurred
curred occurred just before 11 p.m. last
They are still friends, today,
1 HAVANA, Aug. 30 (UP) Re Reports'
ports' Reports' from. Santiago de .Cuba to today
day today said armed forces were plac placed
ed placed on the alert following onconflrm
ed reports of a "landing" during
the night at the small port of Baiti Baiti-qulrl.
The reports did not specify whethUu. o
er the "landing" involved troops.' "". .-
arms or both. t , -:'!'-. ''.
Reports of the landing' came af-1 Alftr fr MM
ter a tense 24 hours in Santiago! W-iUivl VI wi
proper," where naval and man-
tune police forces patrolled the
waterfront equipped with heavy
arms.' : .j
Santiago firefighters put out two
blazes In the city last night, Ignit Ignited
ed Ignited by "Mpfotov cocktails," bot bottles
tles bottles filled with gasoline. They
were thrown by unidentified per persons
sons persons at the headquarters of the
provincial workers federation and
at a government jeep parked on
the street; :- ,.;.."-''!
; Santiago correspondents of Ha
vana newspapers said reDorts were
circulating in Santiago that armyP"ND
ana navy forces had seized sever several
al several truckloads of arms on'the hizh-i
This weather reeeit. for the 24
heMie ondine $ e.m. today, ii pre prepared
pared prepared oy tie Meteeroleeical and
Hydrojraehic Iruch ef tho Pane
ways aner uiey were landed in
BaiUquiri. There was no official
confirmation, however. ;
Baitiquiri Is on Cuba's southern
coast, about 68 miles east of San Santiago.
tiago. Santiago. It is not far from Playitas,
where Cuban heroes Jose Marti
and Maximo Comet tended in 1895
to blaze the "invasion route" dur
ing the Cuban war of independ independence
ence independence against Spain."
. T I D I S -FRIDAY,'
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