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PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1358
C ':,20, Sept. 7 (UP)
Prin Minister Sir Anthony Edenas a "criminal
i i i r t:Jay in a sudden upsurge of pessimism over
.....i:cme of the present Suez Canal talks.
Z "scussions between, the five-power Suet committee
1 J by Australian Prime Minister R.G. Menxiei and
.1 President Cama! Abdel Naer were In" suspen suspen-:n
:n suspen-:n for a second day due to the Moslem sabbath. -Cut
the Cairo press prominently published London
dispatches claiming Erypt has
by U. S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and brought
here by the Menzies committee. These dispatches said the
frenzies group will return to
(S 'm ilar pessimism was feport feport-e
e feport-e 1 in London, where diplomatic
ss in s said Britain has started
n ... Nations 'with the United
tit a s and other allies on the
"next steo" to take if Nasser Tin-
ally rejects the Dulles plan.
.Jon 'cnspaicnes au buui
( e-or war orders to the Suer
cJitionary force in the Medii
,inran will hinge on Meniies'
a report when he returns
: .in.) J
s and the members of his
. Ai r committee which also
s representatives of the U-
1 : ,i!cs. Sweden, iran ana r.-
4 met this morning to con con-r
r con-r i i-ir next move. No new talks
isily are scheduled with Nas-
Dulles group has present-
t ie Dulles nrooosai. wmcn wi
ed bv 18 of the, 22 nations
h attended last month's Lon
i'.urz conference.- '".
? rrrtrd that plan, since
along that E-
1 l 1 v l e Lnmi a a-s
s a-s to 1 'p Egypt run the canal.
; hat's where the situation now
vis, while the Menzies commiU
i, e i vpsumably seeks further guid guidance
ance guidance from the governments which
g t it up. '.
In the period of waiting, the Cai Cairo
ro Cairo newspaper Al Akhbar-fured a
now round of invective against
Kden. accusing him of wanting
"to force the Egyptian people" to
surrendes,- r. ?' ,'r
it called Eden 'a criminal con-
sruina to violate .'.jevery author
it y and trampling over the United
Nations charter. 4 '-'
Al Akhbar blamed the British
nj French military buildup on
Cyprus on Eden's determination to
force the Egyptian people to "sub "submit
mit "submit to humiliation. i i '. s
"This is the crimelof a man who
is anxious to cover up his personal
failure by -exposing the whole
world to destructive war, it said.
"This is the most grievous crime
attempted in the 20th century."
Nasser went to Alexandria to
spend the Sabbath with his fami family
ly family as Menzies called his committee
together to try to neat a reported
breach in its solid front outlook.
' 'Wi. SoDt.'7 (UP) A Navy
! fiffw into. a broad band oij
i 5 malls some 850 miles easi-i
ast of Puerto Rico early tc
' tor another check on whether
tropical storm is brewing..,:
r .ami Weather Bureau forecast-
s wrote off as harmless another
' rly wave of squalls stretch-,
I over Florida, and the Baha
. e weather fronf east of Puerto
I i o, likewise, showed no signs of
f in development when checked
iy t ie hurricane hunter plane fly-
i out of San Juan yesterday.
1 asters felt sure it still is
l, . ,1.. 1 4 4a
V 4Sfi"u wi?-!f".
i 1Voflp orts torn the
i e area of the South Atlantic.
s reported were around 20
i s an hour,, the weather bu-.
i said. . - t
eather, conditions are hot
r now to produce a hurricane,"
a i .caster said. ..-
F: j Fried Fish
-'"Sa, Italy, Sept. 7 UP
on fikh drank themselves
t i; to the frying pan near th
- ef Stradella todayand it's
h story. ;'; ,- '; !;
t s along the Pa River
i th-utartds the intbrl-
wt.,-1 ineir nanos.
!ure experts taW the
drunk after abrarb-
refuse frem a atar-
Egyptian newspapers attack-
rejected the plan proposed
2 Greek Cypriote
Seized Carrying :
Dcrfa i j'n'jCar
Nicosia, Cyprus, Sept i
UP British security forces
Mixed two Greek Cypriote yes yesterday
terday yesterday fop carry'ng a bomb to
their car. '"
Police ; stopped the vehicle
at Vasilike ner larnaea after
receiving an anonymous tip
that the two men had a bomb
towed under the ehassis of
the ear.- -: -"i"; .v, '. ', :VH
- Both face a maximum pen penalty
alty penalty of death under current
emergency regulations if con convicted.
victed. convicted. . '-" v"
Earlier, r-ollce questioned the
n male i s cf t' t 1-
J ( -i r- i-
t L.. i.
Vft'j Fell Ovcrt::rd
Cf f la Fisti Ccu-hl
While It may" not be compar comparable
able comparable to the Andrea Dorla disas disaster,
ter, disaster, Wednesday afternoon's res-clue-at-sea
near the Gatun
Locks will long be remembered
by an Army sergeant attacnea
to Quartermaster Supply point,
Fort Davis, Ms wife and an uni unidentified
dentified unidentified Colombian seaman,
JBgL Arthur Germarv food
service advisor' ta the Atlantic
area,' and his wife set out
Wednesday ? afternoon In their
small skiff for an afternoon's
liesurely fishing near the break breakwater
water breakwater below the Gatun Locks.
Traffic In the Canal was ra rather
ther rather heavy that afternoon and
the Germans stayed out of the
way as- the big ships passed
through the Locks and entered
the Atlantic, ;
Two ships entered th break breakwater
water breakwater yttj close together. The
first was the M. V. Colombia,
en route from Buenaventura,
Colombia, to- J a e k sonvllle,
Florida, wHh a cargo of coffee.
- One of the 27-man crew was
paiting en the side of the
ship when he soddenly lost his
balance and felt Into the wa water
ter water directly In the path of the
ship following the Colombia.
Realizing the danger not only
water but the close proximity of
the on-coming ship. Set and
Mrs. German maneuvered their
small craft toward the splashing
seaman. -: .' :t ....,-(
The Germans skillfully dodged
between the two ships, scooped
the .somewhat scratched and
shocked but otherwise unhurt
from the water
e Colombian vessel fi
- -Amid the ringing of bells,
blowing of norm and the
crew's shoots of "Man Over Overboard!"
board!" Overboard!" a Jacob's ladder was
dropped over the side of the
ship and the seaman scram scrambled
bled scrambled op It
, Wednesday night found a very
happy Colombian seaman closer
to Jacksonville and two: tired
fishermen relating their day's
experiences. Their fishing expe expedition
dition expedition was not entirely fruitless,
hpwever. They did catch some
small fish: but they didn't know
the name of the "one that got
".way.' xney .orgoi to introduce
, The Germans are both mem-
ibers of the Canal Zone Pacific
THE FIRST; DAT OP SCHOOL AT ANCON was over bT 9:33 a.m. today for Capt. Luis H
Tapla's two aons. Dad and the kids are shown above, leaving the school" with some strand
gers, who'll probably be old friends before the term .ends. ;1 he little pupil -in the center
looks like Susan Willtnbrock of Ancon, but new friends, couldn't be sure... Puzzling and
-playing were the order of the morning for first-graders and their brothers and sisters
r hoi'-iaphed telow, in the hall of Ancon school. At r.tsht a little girl tries to hoM vrn
f. !;f,r )-,nY on i""r inn. .... 1. ...... -., y
Siilf Penalties Handed Out
For Commissary VoqZons
:"Undctvthe heading "Commissary
Violators Face Stiff Punishment,h
the. September issue of The Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Review gives a rundown
of ita, efforts to, control contra contraband
band contraband into Panama. The article fol follows:".
lows:". follows:". 4 ,?vv ;
The fcaftertd' chiva hirf oetn oetn-making
making oetn-making the rounds of Hit Paci Pacific
fic Pacific aid local-rate commissarits
ail morning vn at far out at
Gartibof to the graar mttrast
of a pair of th Canal Zona's con-1
traband control inspoctort.
At every atop, someone la 'the
chiva would disembark, disappear
into the commissary and reappear
carrying several bulky bags;
Between stops, activity inside the
chiva indicated to the watching
inspectors that the packages were
By the time the- chiva neared
Pedro Miguel, on the return trip.
the inspectors throught they had
seen enough to warrant a closer
inspection of the chiva and its
contents and asked the police to
Pcri:d To Ons Year
- The" probationary period fori
employes of the Canal organiza organization
tion organization employees paid on the locality
rate las been reduced from IS
.-nnim.Mi v fh, nnrtn a,tb
The- new ruling which became
effective Sept. 1, affects' both
those who have not completed the
previously required 18-month pro
bationary period. ... i
The first group will be changed
to regular status employes when'
they complete a year's service and
the second group, who have been
in tbeir present positions for more
than one year, will be changed
immediately to regular status
Ihe change in the length of (the
probationary period to c o n form
with the probationary or trial
neriod for employes paid on the
U.S. rate was approved by Gov.
Y; E. fotter in reponse to a req
uest made by Harold W. Rerrie
Chairman of the Local 900 of the
Local 900 Meets
? Honight At 7
A meeting of Local 900, AFSC AFSC-ME
ME AFSC-ME AFLCIO, will be held tonight
beginning at 1 p.m. at the Santa
Cruz Clubhouse. ,
Members will hear a rennrt by
Officers on the latest developments
:, When they brought It to a halt.
its.- half-dozen male passengers
scattered behind a screen of tall
grass beside the road.
In th bottom of tho chiva (hay
had Itft 800 pounds of potatoes
in eight great burlap tacks. Tho
driver, or to he (aid, was com completely
pletely completely surprised to find the
tack were there, and had had
n.idea that anything of the tort
''was going on..
The great potato haul, according
to a long-time contraband control
inspector,- was the biggest single
item" of foodstuffs seized in the
many years during which the Can
al Zone had been assisting Pana
ma by preventing unauthorized pur
chasers from buying in Canal Zone
commissaries and authorized buy
ers from illegally supplying their
friends and relatives in the Repub
lic with commissary merchandise
Today the six men whose job is
keeping an eye out for contraband contrabanding
ing contrabanding from the Canal Zone into-Pana-
nama are classed officially as Cus
toms Inspectors and work in the
Customs Division of the Civil Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Bureau.
But they are no less vigilant
than they were when they were in
a separare unit first in the Ins
pection Bureau of the Comptrol Comptroller's
ler's Comptroller's Office as the independent Con
traband Control Section in the Civ-f
il Affairs Bureau, and later at
tached to the Office of the Exe
cutive Secretary. h ;
Meantime the Inspectors who
during the past fiscal year, in investigated
vestigated investigated a total of 1,327 cases
of commissary purchase violation
and commissary trespatt, believe
they are putting a considerable
crump into contrabanding.
It doesn't take too long for word
to get around that Joe Doakes
was fired for repeated violations
n9 -nmmicfiarv 1-AM-nlti.n- anA
last year there were four such
aiscoarges in uie VOmpany-uovern
The figures on the administra administrative
tive administrative actions taken dtirine the oast
fiscal year against employe-violat
ors are enougn to open the eyes 01
any employe who thinks he might
"just take a-chance." ..,
All Company-Government privi privileges
leges privileges were canceled for five em employes;
ployes; employes; gasoline and commissary
privileges were canceled for 13
others. Four employes were sus suspended
pended suspended without pay for between
one and 10-day periods. Commis
sary t privileges were Withdrawn
from 21 employes, and suspended
for between one and six monlis
for 32 others. Gasoline and com
missary privileges were suspended
for between two and three months
lor anotner eight. Written, warn
Ings were issued to 63 offenders.
And non-employesr gambling on
not meeting an inspector in the
committariet or tervice centers,
should have a second .thought?
(Continued en Page 10
i SA x-j.ti
r r I
Kids Ref urn
To GZ School
f There were tears and laughter
tear and confidence and many
sad farewell all over the Canal
Zone this- morning as thousand
of school children streamed back
td school i following : a carefree
.. . - )
School officials, who had worked
out an orderly schedule for. -registration
and enrollment were o o-vercome
vercome o-vercome for a few minutes but
hardly taken by surprise as the
bumper crop of youngsters arrived
at 9 a.m. on the nose as advertis
ed. Mothers accompanied many of
the younger children who were entering-school
for the first time
while their, older brothers and sis sisters
ters sisters reported with the confidence
of experience to the classrooms to
which they bad been assigned.
The confusion wat ever within
a few minutes and the younger
children in the firtt tix elemen elementary
tary elementary gradet were dismissed end
returned home en the tchool
Junior and senior high schools
on both sides of the Isthmus also
reported a record- enrollment.' Stu Students
dents Students in the secondary schools re reported
ported reported at S a.m. and were taken
through a skeleton class program
before being dismissed at 11:48
a.m. :: ; r ': ,
Regular class work in all grades
from first through Junior College
will start at 8 o'clock Monday
morning. Kindergarten pupils,
however, will not start to attend
regular classes until Tuesday
Pre$!:n M. 6i!l, :
Retired PC Vcrker
Dbs In Steles
Preston "M. Gill, a retired Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal employe died last week
in San Diego, Cal., it was learned
today, He was 81 years old,
Mr. Gill retired from the Balboa
Oil Handliu Plant la 1937 where
he was employed as a gauger and!
foreman. He had previous service
with the Time Inspection Bureau
at Balboa Heights.
Mr, Gill Is survived by his wife
Lola, two daughters, sister Delores
Marie, of St. Josephs of Carende-I
let and Mrs. Mynam Reed, and
two sisters, Mrs. Thomas Cornwall
and Mrs. .yilllaa Grigsby.
170 Buses Operate
Panam6 City was still in
sympathy strikes may bring
-The Typographers Union called a 24-hour sympathy walkout which was sched scheduled.
uled. scheduled. to go into effect at 3 p.m. this afternoon. ; .'''.
V: Mediation talks between the striking bus drivers and the government's chief
negotiator, President-elect Ernesto de laGuardia, Jr., reached another impasse last
iiiyin u .vHiiici-ivpuaui
Bus transportation was avail
able today in approximately the
same proportion as yesterday.
Police headquarters reported
that 170 buses and 30 "chivas"
were operating today over all
the regular bus routes.
Reports of bridges being dam
aged along the interior highway
to prevent cattle and freight
trucks from comlnj into Pana
ma were denied as "completely
false" by National Guard au
However, Panama city was
beginning to experience a
shortage of some foodstuffs.
Including poultry, which Is
brought in from northwest In Interior
terior Interior towns.
The talks reached a stalemate
last night after De la Ouardia
countered a union proposal to
name a committee of two bus
drivers and two government
representatives with Archbisnop
Francis Beckman presiding to
tfudy the bus-drivers' problems
u.i:i:iut reduction m ue gov gov-eminent
eminent gov-eminent tax on gasoline..
The President-elect suggested
instead that the Archbishop be
named as the sole mediator:
This was Immediately rejected
by the strikers, who have moved
their headquarters to the Pan Panama
ama Panama University on the strength
of an invitation by the Union of
University Students (UEUK (cq)
The strikers have blocked all
roads leading: to the University
and are denying entrance to all
outsiders, Including the press.
The presence of the strike
leaders at thfc University bas
given rise to protests from
other university students not
affiliated -with the allegedly
There was some evidence of
dissatisfaction among the rank
and file members of the striking
Chauffeurs Union who feel that
their leaders are making deci decisions
sions decisions under the guidance of
Communists and opposition poli political
tical political leaders.
With the exception of the
typesetters, whose sympathy
walkout threatens to leave the
city without Its regular newspa
pers tomorrow, all the other un
ions have either remained aloof
or have expressed their opinion
tnai ine strike is misdirected.
Flays U$ Ifsgro
VATICAN CITV. Sept. 7 (UPV-
The Vatican newsDaoer Osserva-
tore Romano yesterday denounced
discrimination against Negroes in
the United States at a "sin against'
the nature of Christianity."
The unofficial newspaper, basing
its editorial criticism on race dis
turbances over the school inte
gration issue called racial dlscrim
ination a "historical par adox
which mortifies the United States
The editorial was tempered .
praise tor the united Mates as a
nation in its stand against oppres oppression.
sion. oppression. ' :- i i
But it described race conflicts
as a "contradiction which denies,
its (th United States) eeniui
It was the bluntest denunciation
by the paper on the inssue since
last Otcober when it castigated the
congregation of the St. Cecelia
Mission in Jesuit Bend, la., for!
preventing a Negro priest from
Osservatore. said Negroes In
Tennessee were the "iniquitous
target" of racial discrimination.
"In the eves of the Catholic
church," the paper said- race dis
crimination is "a sin again! we
fMltltr til Phriafianifv
It urged "adequate punishment
for any person wha discriminates!
against another on grounds 0 f
race by denying him what ne
would deny others.
the throes of a bus strike
some added inconvenience to
wcie rcjetreu oy Dorn siaes,
NEGROES RETURN TO SCHOOL A Negro student !f rear, left)
:sits In class t Clinton High School in Tennessee after -nine
Negroes returned to classes without any showof violence 8om
white students left the school when the-Negroes arrivsoV
Racial Unrest In.Ky;
Clinton, WVa 'Quiet
' CLINTON, Tenn., Sept. 7 -(UP)
- Officials at integrated
Clinton High School today, at-,
tempted to end a clattrom boy boycott
cott boycott by white students while the
National Guard detachment that
restored law and' order in this
race-angry town began a "grad "gradual"
ual" "gradual" withdrawal,
Clinton High School Principal
O. J. Brittain, Jr., taid that
more than half of the school's
00 white students remained a a-way
way a-way from classes again yester yesterday
day yesterday and he blamed a. student
boycott and a "campaign of
far" for the absenteeism.
: Eriltian said he was hoping that
more of the pypils would return to
nooi tonay now that the peace
a on by National Guard bayonets
has prevailed, but expressed some
doubt as to what will happen when
i..e Guard leaves.
"When the Juard leaves," he
"maybe each man better
a gun." .
lUinn said that the absent stu
,t v, I soon have to face the
u u.i.it c Seer, but he added that
any of t! fupils are free to trans-
l r to a
1 (It o
i : -e a
i Adj.' Gen. Joe Hen Hen-I
I Hen-I 200 of the Guards Guards-r
r Guards-r shed here Sunday to
v. olent demonstrations
i returned to their
."homes end -other men will be re-
lease J gradually.
".Henry said he believes "when
the C i pulls out, law and or
der contiaue to reign in this
t tegre students entered a
r'tv jt!y all white school at
l KV. today with National
tii.r i mn holding back an unruly
f s at fcayenet point. The diser
t r was the focal point of vie
l t ssuthem resistance te mte mte-'
' mte-' pra'um t' ;td away from. Ten Ten-tieseee.
tieseee. Ten-tieseee. "i
1 Hioi e than 500 shouting white
persons gathered at the Sturgis
High ScliUul In an attempt to stop
the Negwt from attending class-'
CS. y '-::-... .-
Some 2.3 T arJsmea ordered to
the coal -mil.. town by Gov. A,
B. Clia. r i si bayonets and
cleared a rat, fi tin tuh the crowd
to the . '.! tut c orders broke:
ou. and Seven perso ns were arrest
One of four tarks -nt to Stur-
gis took up a r f the street
leading to t e 1 when the
demonstrator, r J and jeering
the troops, re d to eUperse.
About, half of U:t ome S20 stu-
today with indications that 1
the city's residents.
dents at the school were absent i
The scene was in marked eon eon-trast
trast eon-trast to Marion and Owensboro,
Ky., lying south, and east respec respectively
tively respectively of the small western Kn.
tucky communityi At both cities.
mtegrsUon bad already been a a-chieved
chieved a-chieved with little outward pro protest,
test, protest, -ha,
Although patrols and roadhWt.
mamtatned by guardsmen were re removed
moved removed as Clinton resumed a sem semblance
blance semblance Of normal life th 'u-.r
fears that mob rule would return
wnen me guard in removed.
As a safeguard against further
outbreaks, Federal District Judge
Robert Taylor made permanent a
temporary injuction prohibiting
interference with integration at the
Clinton school. .,
Taylor also reieeteif an
for a new trial for John Kanr
Washington. D. C. White r.iin
Council leader who was sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to a year in jail for violating
uic u;iupurary( lDjUDCUOU. -" t
About 200 portent, mostly
business and professional, men, t
have organised a "nightstick bri-
gade" to help Clinton's small pe V
lice force once the state troops -leave.
; -. . ;.
The racial unrest also made It Itself
self Itself felt at other points along the
border of the Peep South.
'At Matoaka, W.Va., many white
students stayed home from class classes
es classes at the high school where 27 Ne Negroes
groes Negroes were enrolled yesterday.
Some 350 persons voted at a
meeting last night to take the ac action
tion action but they also agreed to re refrain
frain refrain from any open demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations against mixed classrooms.
Only 131 students of a normal
600-pupi enrollment were present.
West Virginia, like Kentucky,
has been integrated at many
points with little disturbance.
In Montgomery, Ala., where
there, have been no attempts as
yet, to integrate public schools, ef effigies
figies effigies of three Negroes and Na National
tional National Guardsman were .hanged
from poles at several city schools
last night. ; :
A sign en the guardsman dunv
my taid "This is not Tenn., Big
Jim." tt apparently, referred to
. a statement by Gov, Jamet E.
Foltom that hit would call out
the militia in event ef trouble in
Alabama timilar te that in Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. A six-foot cross burned on the
campus of the junior college at
Texarkana, Tex., last night In pro protest
test protest against the enrollment ef twe
affecting their welfare.
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GOr GOVEKNMENT OF TRESS AGENTS
California political press agents, Wnltaker and Baxter, are
chummliy "My Girl" and "Poppy" to eacn other since they are
a man and wile team, or better a wife and man team. It is
to be hoped that they have no offspring, and, il they do that
said offspring will not follow In the fooisteps of their parents.
"My Girl and Toppy aaaea to tneir iam ai w Kopuo Kopuo-llcan
llcan Kopuo-llcan National Convention by arranging a champagne party for
800 underprivileged Eepubllcans. (Democrats drink beer). Prais Praising
ing Praising their, party the San Francisco Chronicle credits them with
being "The most dynamic single uumence in uaiuorwa pou-
Thev "nublle-relatloned" tne elections of Gov. Earl War
ren, now Chief Justice of the United States, and got. "Goody"
Knight, present governor of California. "My Girl" says they old
It by "toning Warren up and Knight down." At any rate they
did what the press agents call a "swell telling Job."
Their good works, for which they eollect good fees, are not
limited to California. One or. tneir proudest acnievements wan
killing the Truman Administration's plan for national health
Insurance by hammering the idea of "socialized medicine" In Into
to Into the heads of the American people. For this hatchet job
on tne people who cannot afford the high prices tor medical
attention they sent the American Medical Association a bill
for 14,700,000. "My Girl" explained that it was not cheap, but
adds: "the more they pay the more they'll respect you.'1
Obviously the rising cost of living and growing inflation is
not going to hit by "My Girl" and "Poppy" so hard as it will
millions of families in the States who have an Income of only
SaUOO a year. But to get oac to national ueaim insurance,
thanks to "My Girl" and "Poppy" the United States is the
only big country that does not have It, i
If you are qualified to vote in November send foe your
absentee ballot toaay. m
tt.... v.. aHI K Mall, tin fnr t.h nftst 19 months
jieve uvcu umuuib - r- -
and have decided to contribute my radical thoughts to those
of other letter writers. A -
1 "Crede" you are way off base by backing a sure loser
in the coming election. Who wints a poorman's Ben Blue or
Red Bkelton in the White House when a greater five star gen general
eral general is there to stay as long as he will give his time too help
us Americans through these trying times.. We don't need "Jok "Jokers"
ers" "Jokers" We need the "ace" we havel 1
J I see that the dime a dozen bus drivers want to buy gas
at 28 cents a gallon. Some one ought to tell them that gas
in tome states in the US costs 39. cents a gallon and more,
bo why would American gas sell for less in a fortgn country
such as Panama, especially when it has to be brought all this
distance? Solve the problem of profit nd loss and make drlv
ing a pleasure in Panama also make everybody nappyby
eliminating half, the chlvas to. Panama. t
3 As far as the crying about a pay raise goes 111 discuss
that next time, but if I have a man working for me and can
give him good meals for less why should I raise his pay so
he can eat across the street at bis uncle's place where food
costs more?-. A
Also will discuss prostitutes and pimp cab drivers! .
UNITED FUND DRIVE BALLYHOO
Well, the Army sure is going all nit with its United Fund
Drive newspaper stories, TV shows, etc,: Sure is a. big thing
and a grand 4dea.. 'Hope it meets with the success that the
United Fund Drive' of the Air Force's met with at Albrook six
months ago. And without all the puolicityi and' fan-fare that
the Army is going through. '
One would think that this drive was ordinal and thought
up by those old mule skinners at Kobbe and Clayton, etc.
Let's give credit for its beginning in the Air Force. We did
this as far back as 1950 in the States.
USAF Day's Pay Giver.
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WASHINGTON (NEA) Re-
Eublican National Committee
eadquarters is now trying to fill
in tne $2,230,000 worth of radio
and television time it began to
buy up in June 1955 for tnis
year's presidential election cam
This time consists of 15 half-
hour programs and 35 five-minute
spots. Concentrated in six weess
beginning bepiemner u ana con
eluding with a full-hour spectacu spectacular
lar spectacular on all networks from 11 p.m.
to midnight on election eve, No November
vember November 5, this constitutes one of
the biggest selling campaigns
ever launched over the air waves.
Commercial advertisers 1 may
have bought bigger packages of
time for more dollars, but, their
efforts have been spread over
periods of from 13 weeks to a full
The way the Republican plan planners
ners planners look at it now, they have
plenty of talent in cabinet mem members
bers members and administrators, gover governors
nors governors Ind .members of Congress.
Their problem is to fit the tal talent
ent talent into spots where they'll do the
President Eisenhower has
agreed to make five or six broad broad-easts.
easts. broad-easts. But the, dates and places
from which yni speeches will
originate haven't been deter
The President didn't want to go
into these details before the con conventions.
ventions. conventions. He will meet with GOP
National Chairman Len Hail ear
ly in September to work out the
Campaign planning didn t get
going as soon as the convention
ended because of President Eisen
hower's golfing vacstlon on the
Facuic coast. Also, nan and ms
public relations director, L. Rich Richard
ard Richard Guylay. were near exhaus
tion.-'-;.-. .(-;v '..-
Vice President Richard Nixon
hurried back to Washington when
bis stricken father seemed im improved
proved improved and he plunged right int
planning his first campaign tour.
Nixon hoped to take Labor Day
weekend off,', but his father's crit critics!
ics! critics! turn for the worse forced him
to fly back to California.
His first swing will last about
two weeks, will be made by air
and will try to work in two or
three speeches and 1 meetings a
day. His first speech will be in
mid-Sentember. He now plans a
clean, high-level campaign like
Nixon will not have a separate
campaign lieadquarters but willi
work out of Republican National
James Bassett, city editor of
the Los Angeles Mirror-News, is
to' be$ Nixon's principal speech
writer sfnd public relations man.
Bassett held a similar position in
1952 and later became public to
lations -chief liar the Republican
All of the cabinet members ex except
cept except Secy, of State John Foster
Dulles are to be used for cam campaign
paign campaign speeches. Lyle 0. Snader,
Republican minority clerk of the
House of Representatives, is run running
ning running the speakers' bureau for the
GOP. -. 'V :, : ;-. f
Just how many of the national
radio and TV spots Nixon, the
cabinet members and top GOP
administrators in the government
agencies will fill hasn't been de
Guylay emphasizes that the
schedule is flexible in order to
meet new campaign issues.
The division of time between TV
and radio is being worked out on
a atate-by-state oasis. In New
Jersey, where 98 per cent of
homes have TV receivers, all
programs will go TV. But in
states like Oregon, where only 25
per cent of the homes have TV
sets, and in Montana where it's
20 per cent, TV time will be cut
down and radio time will be in
The 35 five-minute spots which
the Republicans have bought be
ginning uct. 15, have all been
booked at the end of the bit TV
shows like $64,000 Question, Er
nie rord ana Lawrence welk.
The Republicans figure they
won't make the fans mad by pre preempting
empting preempting their full time as was
done lour years ago.
British Open I 'Legal'
Door For Departure
Of Soviet Alhlefe
LONDON. Sent. 7 IXTP k 1.
gal but rather impractical way to
vom arresi on a shoplifting
charge was, open yesterday for Ni Nina
na Nina Ponomareva, Russia's woman
champion discus thrower...
Foreign Office lecal 'experts' ad.
mitted that the 210-pound athlete
can leave Britain under diolnmitlr
immunity if she rides in Soviet
Ambassador Jacob Malik s auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Bui Mrs. Ponomareva
must remain in the car which
could be placed aboard a ship or
However. thera was tin imtii...
tion the Russian embassy planned
any suco maneuver. v h
Mrs. Ponomareva rcmilnait : In
the embass and Scotland Yard
agents sun stooa guard outside
the ffrounds,- Other a rent.
stationed at London Airport to ar
rest me woman a sne snouid ap appear
pear appear there. .. .... -v
It appeared doubtful that she
would be brought to trial. The
St. re which charied her with
shoplifting turned over the ease to
uie puouc prusecuiur. inat open opened
ed opened the way for dismissal of the
charge if the director of public
prosecution, so desired.
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trj'ing to hush it up, but this col
umn can describe the shoe king
shipboard condition that caused
40 Mexican "wetbacks" to leap
over the side of the S.S. Mercuric
into Tampico harbor. Five re reportedly
portedly reportedly drowned in an interna international
tional international incident that still has the
Mexican press screaming "out "outrage."
rage." "outrage." -. .
Swing chartered the cargo ves
sel to ship "wetbacks" home from
Texas. Conditions were so foul
aboard the ship that Congressman
Bob MoUohn.(D., W.Va.) began
an investigation even before the
From "the Justice Department,
Moliohan received a bland letter
describing a trip aboard the S.S.:
fliereuno as a "delightful Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean cruise." But the congress congressman
man congressman got a starker account from
the Military Sea Transport Ser
to them the same f" -fall
-profit .... i :
suddenly called o'f
tion, conveniently i r
matter. It.irv' i
incidence, but jvv".
collected one of the v
ments. Miller is pre
Central Cheese Corn Cornfield,
field, Cornfield, Wis., which r
$24,885 on the cheese
field, in his drive to t
Uncle Sam's mail r
with red, white, and t
most of the paint r
called for "bherwin v
equal paint" until t' i
Serviees Admini;trat. i
forced him to list c
names J. Meanwhile.
Williams salesmen ft t
copped most of the
iiTua.T.,'uKhiw organization 1
. i -J tah thlt Slimmerf
uimmanoer, disclosed that the
Mercuno carried only tOo life lifeboats.
boats. lifeboats. One was tested and found
to leak.. Though the ship also car
ried me-rans, oniy too men could
be crowded aboard thera. This
left 170 "wetoacks" wiui nothing
to do but swim in case the ship
The hapless Mexicans were also
cramped into sleeping space less
than six square feet each, barely
cnougn room tor uera to curl up.
The confidential reoort adds:
"The ship shows Inadequate
maintenance. Weather decks, in
general, were pitted and luity.i
Insides of hatches and trunks in indicate
dicate indicate practica'ly no maintenance
of these areas. i I
"Medical facilities are crude hv
American iianuaros ana consist
of a smalt natMiel rnnto'ninu a
few Instruments and an assort
ment of Dills and medicines which
the doctor stores loosely in small
caraooaro canons in his state stateroom,"
room," stateroom," the report declares.
-ueaniiness of the eallev.
wnen compared wiin u.a. stand standards,
ards, standards, is unsatisfactory, although
it is In keeping with the lack of
eieanuness evident throushout
those spaces assigned to the
crew." The report notes. ,
MSTS investigators also found
the crew's toilet facilities "in a
generally filthy condition" while
the drinking water aboard ship
"by almost any standard is not
palatable." .. j.
In a separate letter td Congress
man jviouonan, vice Admiral Al Alfred
fred Alfred C. Richmond the Coast
Guard Commander, denied any
responsibility. The Coast Guard
had not inspected the Mercurio,
he wrote, though U.S. regulations
require vessels carrying passen passengers
gers passengers to rnest high standards. Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Swing sought exemption
from the regulations on the
gnounds the "wetback" voyages
constituted a defense emergency.
It is obvious, Congressman Mol-i
lobaa says that the "wetbacks
had anything but a "delightful
Caribbean cruise.". ; r I ;
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Nixon, Inc. -;
SCOOPS AND SCANDALS The
Los Angeles broker who hit uo
young Republicans to invest in
Nixon, Inc., hopes to raise $300, $300,-400
400 $300,-400 to help Donald Nixon, the vice
president s brother, start a cha'n
of drive-ins and supermarkets in
southern California . The bro broker,
ker, broker, Walter E. Peter, of ; Morgan
at Co.,- has already raised over
$200,000. He assured this column
that vice president Nixon himself
has no financial interest in the
roject. ... Nixon, Inc., 'already
icludes j supermarket, family
restaurant and drive-in at Whit Whit-tier,
tier, Whit-tier, another family restaurant in
Fullerton, and a 1 drive-in still
under ,. construction at Anaheim.
The great cheese scandal, ex exposed
posed exposed by the Democrats, was ac actually
tually actually discovered by a Republican
Sen. Joe McCarthy. The Wiscon
sin whiz kid, while still riding
high as chief Senate snoop, dis-
teited that Summer!
tne mailboxes wrong a
with the red stripes on t
FOREIGN CLASHES,- T s
personal message to Tr
Eisenhower, British Priir e
ter. Anthony Eden has s
warned .that Britain and I. s
may be forced to invade I -if.
Egyptian strongman c 1
Nasser doesn't back down n 1
Sues stand . Eden arj jf J t ,t
Egypt was the first to use force
iby seizing the eanal. He told the
President that Nasser's strategy
at the Cairo conference will be to
Meanwhile, : tritish ,au!!wri:'es
have politely Refused to d.sc li se
to Washington their military j lins
in the Mediterranean . In Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, western diplomats are r) ve very
ry very weighing Kremlin Czar IV, kit a
Krushchev's threat to send "vol "volunteers"
unteers" "volunteers" to help Egypt in case of
war. The Amencan embassy is in inclined
clined inclined to dismiss the remark as
a drunken Crack, made under the
influence of vodka at a Rumaniaa
For the second year in a row,
our lady 'Ambassador to l:a!v,
Clare Boothe Luce, walked out
huffily on the Venice film festival.
Last year she forced festival au authorities
thorities authorities to withdraw the Amer American
ican American entry, "Blackboard Jum :
because she thought fore,:rs
ought not see a movie about onr
juvenile delinquents,- Now she's
objecting to. another American en entry,
try, entry, a war picture called "At "Attack,"
tack," "Attack," which depicts an Am eric a a
officer1 as a coward . Earlier,
the Army refused to cooperate in
filming "Attack", on the grounds
the story was "derogatory to
Army leadership." Producer Rob Robert
ert Robert AMrich, lacVin? Arnv f
bor t a f "crc i
for vi.iwO and rt..;.j a...;
NORTH SACRAMENTO. CV1 L
- (UP) Police rushed to s i
apartment where a woman wis
reported screaming for help. f;.
was screaming all right, but at a
cricket that had hopped into 1 ,-
1 Feline beast J'
4 Eastern riding
I Slippery. :
. beasU X ...
IS Drink made
20 French cap
21 Small rug 1
22 Female sheep
27 Touch lightly
24 Regard highly
31 French plural
48 Foolish talk
83 French father
85 Heroic poetry
S Fruit drinks
4 Young turkey
Persian prince 28
11 Let it stand
17 European 28
19 Astatic plant 31
23 insects 33
Answer to Previou Pur:'e
Shad of red
40 Cloys '.'
42 Measure of
43 Sharp bend
46 Existed ..
80 Health resort
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I'MVERSITY VISITORS Dr. Diego Domlngu ez C, tteft) public relations director of the
-ma University, welcomes a group from the Fort Kobbeand Fort Amador Service Clubs"
v) later were taken on a tour of the university grounds. (u.g. Army Photo)
f 15 Construction For 1956
Tops Last Years Records
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7 (UP) would better the 1955 record by a
Ti e t 'vernment yesterday chalk-bout 1.3 billion dollars.
ed iu two plus marks on its eco-; Private construction spending
Domic scoreboard. for the eight months was estimat-j
1 iie Commerce and Labor de- ed at $19,878,000,000, ar increase
par! merits said in a joint report of 93 million dollars over the com
that new construction during the parable period of 1955. Federal,
first eight months of 1956 topped state and local governments laid
last year's record pace despite a out $8,509,000,000 durinj the same
period. 448 million dollars more
than in 1955,
, New construction r t c r d
.wore (it in August for officts,
warehouses, induttrial v plants,
public utilities, schools, hit h h-ways,
ways, h-ways, aowort, : wattrworks and
othor public service facilities.
However, private- Homebuilding
ski l in home building,
T Inttrnal Rovonu Service'
reported that It collected a r-
r J 10 billion dollars in fader1
l excite sale taxes last fiscal
yrtir. It expects collections to
.:.? to 10.1 billion dollars this
The Commerce Labor report'
,. private Home ouuaing arop-, was one per cent under jury ana
j I 11 per cent below last year in. n per cent under August 1955.
t e first eight months of this year. The all-time record for 'excise
1 t it said this was more than o-tax collections was set in fiscal
f come by an 18 per cent spurt 1953 when the revenue service took
i i construction of new factories,! jn $10,837,401,000 on such Items as
.vardsousesy' office b ui td i n g s,1 cigarette, automobiles, tires,. gas gas-aeiwKiis
aeiwKiis gas-aeiwKiis and stores. v loline, fishing rods, cosmetics and
lie report said 95 f construc-l jewelry. ', ''
ti n ou"ays will total about 44.3, while last year s overall collec
Damaged By Frost
LISBON.' Sent." nxv I
memory has damaged Portugal's
hp an Ant-
-1 muu vine crops.
' . '' .-I-.I
oome regions reported heavy
""Hung uunxeis or frost
such as generally are seen only in
Csuse Air Crash
LONDON, Sept 7 (UP) Com Communist
munist Communist Poland charged yesterday
that a propaganda balloon launch launched
ed launched by Radio Free Europe caused
a Folish MIG15 jet trainer to
crash Aug. 3 with a loss of two
The Radio Free Europe head headquarters
quarters headquarters at Munich declined im immediate
mediate immediate comment en the charge
which was broadcast by PAP, the
official Polish news agency. ;
The Polish government state statement
ment statement said an Investigation showed
the MIG jet struck one of the
leaflet-bearing balloons near
'Poland charged that RFE bal-j
loon launchings had been "mark "mark-edly
edly "mark-edly intensified" early in August
and were a serious menace to air
2 US Jet Fighters
Collide Over Japan
TOKYO. Sept.' T (UP) -Two
UJS. Air Force Jet fighters col collided
lided collided IP flight over central Ja Japan
pan Japan today and the wreckage of
one of them burned two Japa Japanese
nese Japanese homes.
One of the two pilots was
killed. The pilot of the other
plane parachuted and suffered
only minor Injuries.
The Japanese press reported
that flaming wreckage from
. f M1n,A. fall MM
uuc va uic planes xcit uii
1. nr I
Japanese iiuinc 111 nausjra. 111c
fire spread to another house
and' a 17-year-old girl was In Injured,
jured, Injured, the reports said. .:;
, CAT ALARM
TULSA, Okla. (UP) There
was excitement' aplenty but no
fire when firemen arrived at the
house of Mrs. Salena Taylor. She
had called for help after her cat
got its tail caught in the washing
n dollars 11 me current pace tions fell short 01 mat mars, new
urs lor ine mil year, inis records were set lor aiconoi, z.a
billion dollars; documents, play play-lng
lng play-lng cards and securities 114.9 mil-
fion dollars, and automotive prod products
ucts products and a;, .;aiicrs 3-4 b.uion dollars.-
To Do Extra DuIIds
(Maybe Its Fstijus)
I.CNroN. Sept. 7 (UP) A So-
vi i air iorce general naa nign: ti
r raise today for a British jet war-iA MA fvlrn DllIS!!
! ane which he was permitted to' I U VV I.AIIH VUllyl
1 y for 40 minutes despite the fact
that. British aviation witrers have
Veen refused details about J t h e
plane. i'-'C'J:-"' i f '-",
Lt. Geri. Alexei Blagoveschen Blagoveschen-sky
sky Blagoveschen-sky r.evi the new Hawker Hunter
y l tiaincr and broke "the sonic
barrier with .it It the Farnborough
air show. .':';s .S.)?r.,;i--f
V,' tcrii observer were angered
by t ie dovernhent's decision to
let r n fly it, especially since it is
up i itographs of instruments and
oiS r details have, been permitted
for tern newsmen
CAIRO, Sept, T (UP) : Belly
dancer Samia Gamal yesterday of offered
fered offered to do double duty as a com-
JliailUU 1IU suit, vamvi vh uw
1 1: iw.
ill the Suez crisis. -',
The sultry, red-haired entertain entertainer
er entertainer completed her basic training as
... j cnhafiit am inmminnn in T.ni
nusn-nusn usi ana no ciosc-i". -, r.
would like to dance to bolster the,
morale of the men defending the!
1 iveschensky said he was canai tone. ... I
'n,o ,t cratcful" for. the chance to "I'd like to go to the front unes
fiv ism r.lane. which stiU Is not In for the entertainment
"A very good plane,
" be said.
'Put in a more powerful engine
and it will go still faster.' V
Asked whether a Briton would
be allowed to fly a Russian jet,
Blasoveschensky replied i..'Th a t
wonM bt a matter for; our. eom-tjuander-iri-chief.
V J -'' ',
of 0 arm
troops, she said.
Samia, former wife of T e x a s
playboy Shepherd "Abdulian
King, spent a week of training
three hours a day with rifles and
hand grenades. Sweat and sum
blackened the face that is as well
known hi the Arab world as Mari Marilyn
lyn Marilyn Monroe's is in the West." ;
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Lautrsj," Toulouse-Lautrsj," a new biography of
tjle famous Frentfh artist Is a a-rong
rong a-rong tb books placed in cir circulation
culation circulation during the week by
the Canal Zone Library.
Written. by Lawrence and
Elizabeth Hanson, a skillful and
distinguished biographical team,
the book tells the poignant
Riorv ol the nainter who set
new standards lor beauty of
li&sw advanced, the craft of
iitnograpny ana iauierea modern-
commercial art through his
The complete list of new books
and their authors received this
eek by the library follows:
' Non-fiction An Historian's
ADDcoach to Religion, Toynbee;
Et. Anne. Grandmother of Our
Saviour. Keyes; The Diplomat's
Wife, Boyte; Allergy cooking,
Oonrad: Job Evaluation, Lan-
Mam; A Sailor s Ufe, Hartog;
The Walter Hagen-Story.Hageik:
The Wle Man from the West,
Cronln; The Tragic Life of
Toulouse-Lautrec, Hanson; De
liver Us from EviL Dooley; A A-merican
merican A-merican Heritage. American
Added to the Reference Col
lection Forms Legal and Busi
ness, Cowdery; The Book of the
States, Council of State Gov Governments;
ernments; Governments; American Men of
Science, CattelL. v
i Fiction A Wreath for Udomo,
Abrahams; An End to Dying,
Astrachan; The Blonde Cried
Murder. Dresser; Murder is
where You Find It, Hansen;
Death Keeps a Secret. Kelland;
The Dark Glasses, King; Lafa Lafayette
yette Lafayette Carter,. Levy; The Seven
File, McGlvern; The Kiss of
'Added to the Spanish collec
tion Los Galeotes. Alvarez;
Lord Jim, Conrad; La Cluda-
dela, Cronln; La Senal Verde,
Douglas; Las Hazaftas de Sher Sherlock
lock Sherlock Holmes, Doyle; Clarines al
Atardecer, Haycqx; Adi6s a las
Armas, Hemingway; El Indlo,
Lopw y Fuentei; Mary McLeod
Forty-five passengers are
scheduled to sail for New York
Satuiday from Cristobal a-
board the Panama Liner Pan
ama. Mo passengers have been
booked t lor i Port-au-Prince,
-Th" complete -advance s pas
senger JJst ior new York ioi-
iowsr",""'';',''?r'',"''.,'"'""''';! "' 1
Dr. end Mrs. Adolf o Arias
and dauhgter; William J. Car Carson;
son; Carson; Miss Alida Drew; Mr. and
Mrs. Aioert S. Endler; Andrew
D. Esslinger; Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert H. Evans; Miss Marian C.
tvans.; Marcus L. Flemmlng;
Miss Constance A. Glassburn;
Mr. and Mrs. John W. B; Hall;
T arm T, TTnl ffnM
ucuu v. ncuu. wiDa iiuau xicu-
rickseii; George R. Hicks; Pat Patrick
rick Patrick b. Hutchings, Jr.; Miss
Juanlta N. Jones and Gerrlt
Miss Anita Larson; Gary P.
Lowande; Miss Judith Ann
May; Kurt F. Menzel Jr.; Lau Laura
ra Laura J. Nelson;' Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur J. ODonnellr Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Prouty; Miss An Angela
gela Angela F. Rellly; Mr. and Mrs,
John Robinson; Ernest G. Ro Rodriguez,
driguez, Rodriguez, James W. Suddaby
Howard T. Tettenburn, Jr.; Mr.
pnd Mrs. Roosevelt Thayer and
son; Leo A. Walsh; ( Mr. and
Mrs. John L. Whlgam and Dr.
end Mrs. Charles Wlnslow and
ftkfgisfc True Life Adventures
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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -(UP)-Ada.
Glynn will end 41 years as
Hampden County Courthouse tel telephone
ephone telephone operator when she retires
Sept. 30. .-... -A
Bethune, Peare; Vlda dll Al Al-mirante
mirante Al-mirante don Cristobal Colon,
Colon; El Viento en Los Sauces,
Grahama. ,. . ; ; t'
The Royalty of Radio and Telefisic'a
TV PROGRAM h
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340 Armed Tore Hour
-440 Garry Moor
4:1S Bobert Q. Lewif
4.M Godtrcr Time
. 4:45 Tvry Como
140 Jan Fromaa
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: Winky Sink
(.DO Kevt and Panorama
1M Matt MlUia
7: You Bat Your Lift
100 Comedy Hour,
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11:0$ Climax (tocort).
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Truth Or Commutrai
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Life M Bilry
Georf e Got',
Boo Hope I (Encore)
'Customs don't changs much .the boys still ,hav to
wait 20 minutes for them to dress, even if it is liks
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IFefl-worn steps and ran he oses.
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Adlai Accepts Briefing
Offer From White House
Fli itw M 3 Cia3 "V
AS extensive ceramics program
WASHINGTON', Sept. 7 (UP) ignited Cabell to submit the w-to continue lor aivioae aivioae-Adlai
Adlai aivioae-Adlai E. Stevenson has accepted poru to Stevenson. '.. J63"1 period started Wednesday
President Eisenhower's offer of, evening at the Ft. Kobbe Service
week'rv secret foreign, policy brief- Meanwhile, Secretary of. State Cluh.
togs during the election campaign, John Foster Dulles reviewed the , ',
the White House announced yen international situation, including) Mrs-. Natalia Griffin of Ancon,
terday. .. the latest Suez developraenU, assisted by Mr. end Mrs., Ray
The Democratic presidential with members of the Sena For-, Waither of Ft. Kobbe, Is in charge
nominee accepted witn tae under- eign Keiatiqns lommmee ana ins of the instruction.
Mrs. Dorerhy Hayward
Laavat Far f uroee :
Mrs. Dorothy .Hayward .left this.-tanHin- thlt it mllrt imno,a na House Foreien Affairs' Committee.
week lor a 3-month vacation in ctritinn ,,u ,h fr rtisrns. Roth Democrats and Reoublicans
land, trance,. Germ any ana Swit Switzerland.
zerland. Switzerland. ....
The first class consisted of an
sion" f U.S. foreign policy. Mr. were present. ; introduction ot J&ative cays and
Eisenhower made the same sti- ' ' 1 dyes, and an orientation .on the
pulation when he accepted timi-1 State Department spokesman eeraetj that go into pottery amk
T n:n MRS. ROBERT GEORGE ORVIS are shown at their
V ling, which took place Saturday evening- at Our Lady of
I culous Medal Church In Colon.'. The bride is-the former
I 5 Leticia Isabel Stevenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elton
.1 l of Coco Solito. The groom la the eon ot Mr. and Mrs.
I, er A. Orvls.of Margarita, i T-
r TUV AMBASSADOR GIVES RECEPTION
1) l . -tATE BRAZIL'S INDEPENDENCE DAt
- lie Ambassador of Brasil and Mrs. Aguinaldo Bonlitreatt Fra Fra-r
r Fra-r o r f e a reception ftt the Embassy residence this noon to eele eele-l.ite
l.ite eele-l.ite the anniversary, of Brasil's Independence Day. Members f
t.te rantmanian Government, Cana) Zone officials and members
of t ; diplomatic corps accredited to Panama were present t U
Tor.isht the Ambassador and his wife will receive members
c f t -.e i.iitiilian colony at the Embassy residence- between the
hp-Tfg cf I'M p.m. and I'M. pjn.
! I venine" At
? F-tKh Ambassador -a ad
s. l,tn Henderson gave, a musi musi-fvpnin?
fvpnin? musi-fvpnin? at the British Em-
v r.n "tlnesdav.
ui nir'-'t T. B. tfie PaWs-
r to V. -"-n
AH were tuesta of. honor at
1 cocktail Dartv given bv the Pakls-
tan colony ot ranama at me Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El. Panama, Wednesday. The
Ambassador and his wife art vis visiting
iting visiting here, s .
f atrick -Kulchings , s,i s t i
Laaves For States
Patrick Hutchings; son of JIT.
and Mrs. P. B. Hutchings of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa sails tomorrow for New Yoik.
en route to the Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology where he
will begin his senior year.
NicoUisant Anneuce ' :
Birth Of San 1
Mr. and Mrs. Andreas Mcolai-!
sen of Nw Cristobal announce the
birth of their fourth son. Leslie
Soren Nicolaisen, born Aug. 27 ,at
Coco Solo Hospital.
Mr. Nicolaisen is employed as
steam engineer by the Marine
Bunkering Section of the Termi Terminals
nals Terminals Division at the Mt. Hone Oil
Handling Plant. Mrs. Nicolaisen is
the former Cecilia Margarita Kant
01 Alto uno, fsoquete. K. de P.
Pheta Exhibit At
Pan Woman Party
Some cf the nhototrranh. fram
which the illustrations were made
wr jean aauey's new bookof chil
dre,n' verse, ,"Panama Pattie,"
wul be exhibited at the Pen Worn
en Party. Wednesdav.
Following the spirit of this com combination
bination combination Christmas card preview
and autoeranhinff nartv iarH k
Pen Women artists will be dis displayed
played displayed on individually-made' signs
weu a oeing avauaoie for ear early
ly early Christmas shoppers. Together
wua mese exniDits wiji oe a selec selection
tion selection of children's nhotonrnh
taken by Jean Bailey and used as
the basis for the illustrations in
uer book., ,,. .. ...
. ... (Continued en Page I))
The Drinks Vould
Be Mighty Pow'ful
t Un,J -W)- The; old
Large distmery, which turned out
some potent 'products in its day
has a new nronriotnr .''
It will again turn out potent
matter some day in the future, but
of a different, nature, f
The new proprietor Is" Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house Electric Corn, And fh.
n wiu unuenase at the distiller
wul be for thr Atomic Energy
lar tneungs from former Prest- uncom wnite saw me .earn
dent Truman in 1952.
The practice was started by
'the late President Roosevelt in
1944. It is designed chiefly te
prevent en apposition presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate from saying seme seme-thine
thine seme-thine during the campaign that
might jeopardize U. S. negotia negotiations
tions negotiations with foreien ceuntrier.
The bejefings also would be val-
uable to Stevenson if he defeats
1 Mr: Eisenhower In November.
They would permit the, new ad
ministration to continue vital poli policies
cies policies and negotiations with a min minimum
imum minimum of delay and disruption.
Stevenson telegraphed the Pres
ident from San Francisco:
ri a-ri t
nan Ann 1 i' ?
.. ucayo. T.E. the ria.a-
-.iiassador and Mrs. .. Frago-
; Governor of the Canal
Jta jor-General William E.
Mrs. William K. 'Harrison
?. CharlesLatnam.; 4
1 enderson (piano), Colo Colo-i
i Colo-i e (violin) and Mr. Myers
1 rave trios of Hadyn and
nen. and : Dean Peterson
v 1 -.ied by Mm PetersonN
sis by Schumann, Cowrt
; .Libert and,-as an encore,
' -altations" as. ejtamples of
can music. v. ;-..i -,.,'!'.
' 1' ,l
" Frty Fetes ...
1 Diplomat V V-...m
...m V-...m Ambassador to Wash
i and the Begum Mohammeu'
: than half of the school's. I night.
A : over- the
wot '"" 1 ti .,i'i't Degenaar
Jr. of Ldmoa. j. 1 cuvi are atu
dents at Gentry a 'lech, in Atlanta,
Ga. and will Irave in two weeks
to: continue their studies there,
Mr. and Mrs. John COoner and
their children Helen, John and Ma
ry returned wednesdav on the SS
Panama after, a three months va
cation- spent in .Marquette. Mich.
and Chicago 111. Mr. Cooper is a
lawyer in the office of the General
MHinsel of the Panama Canal.
Mr. and MrsCFrank Suiley.en-
emergency out was one 01 a cni.w th witri
ments. . .. ..... .r 1 i iij.j rw n. t ... 1.
a trip to San Carlos, at .which
time native clay as well as some
of the roots,, herbs and berries to
be useda in making dyes will be
secured.' ; y .. i
TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT 7
I- (Except Saturdays)
' REVIVAL MEETINGS ?
First Baptist Church
7'.' BALBOA HEIGHTS, C.Z.
,';iDr. Robert J. Lecspeaking V..; '.
' Subject Tonijht y '-r.f.- J
EVERYONE WELCOME NL'isERY PKOVIDEn jr.;;
Harsh On USs
Later 'id the course Mrs.- Grif-
?m. will 'intvAHiif. tha ttttirfAnt tA
aKu.. sepi.- i un 1 e the commercial clays and glazes.
Communist East German press V
published photos of racial distrub- A former Instructor In the ie ie-ances
ances ie-ances in the United State, today bD f PlMnu choo, ,,tem
under suchcsptions ?s "the mob f... r;rimn Hon. extensive
reigns, in Tennessee."; ; (Cout.work the area at one
The pictures showed white men
overturnini a Negro's automobile
in Clinton, Tenn., scene of rce
viorp.'; bm fi-M
"I shall be gtad te accept
your offer of Sept. 4 with the re respect
spect respect te briefings en the interna
tienal scene with the under understanding
standing understanding that this imposes ne re restriction
striction restriction en full and free dis discussion
cussion discussion apart from .the safe safeguarding
guarding safeguarding of the Information
furnished where security d 1 c
He said he will be in Washing
ton Sent. 14 and have his execu-
c-ei 0nr nat in tniifh with
VlVSa Sjtf04leaaev k m wawa m w mm
i t r..n, n p chll. denntv di-said: "Negroes must avoid .,, the materials.
rector of the Central Intelligence streets-atmosphere of, terror u.
Agency. Mr. Eisenhower had des-S. souinern siaies m.o u
time heading Panamais Troop 60.
In addition to working under lead leading
ing leading ceramics teachers, she hss
Other photos-'Showed a Negro
cowering in his car and hooded
men is white gowns standing be before
fore before a flaming cross. : i
in the province of Chitre.
She will be remembered at Ft.
Kobbe for the classes she gave in
th summer of 1955. At that time
she directed the volunteer workers-heading
the- summer recrea-
The Berliner Zeitung headline tion program it. the use of native
- 1 The alr-eonditloned - -
BELLA VISTA. ROOM
fwk has started to traform
t. bmldines into warehouses,
? rg cces, shors and 1 S
0" ones. s ...
Former windowless warehouses
used to age liquor products, are
being converted into shops.-Roofs
will be removed, walls lowered and
interiors completely refurbished.
, Atomic power activities started
in this little town near PittiHnrah
with the establishment by Wei t
lognouse or an aomic apparatus
department-The initial group o;
workers numbered 15. Now more
man i,vw persons work at the In
staDation. r ; ; ? v ;.
When the cenverslnn wrV t.
completed, another thousand pcr-
muaie for dining and danc'.n? In .,
' CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA
with lovely ALICIA RODRIGUEZ no
' singins; the latest musical hits
. every evening".
S'4" !ay Brunch Dance
l. i ll:Se '.B1. to J:S9 t. I
the air-conditioned BALBOA ROOM.
; In Joy our popular breakfast-lunch
combination! Complimentary, cocktail.
choice of dellcioua menu.
J Music by LUCHO AZCARRAGA'S TRIO.
tertained the Coopers with a we!-' sons will move In Ini Imltna mna'..
Icome home dinner party at their neers, technicians, clerical hcln
jhome in Los Rios- Wednesday f and shop personnel.
XjiVr-..-v-;,; -py' ml
A Kb-kcby llatal
- t '.- M"
v DpLlLISE VAITES
v ' SCHOOL OF OANCINQ
rrrciALiziNQ in every phase of the dance
Accepting enrollment NOW for children- 3'year old ;
rnd up. Classes for bejinners( intermediates, and
(Jvancsd atudent In every age group.-:
.The Happy Home Of Better Dancing
KNIGHTS i OF COLUMBUS HALL BALBOA
(''' For information phone 2-2363-- v f
m-h i r
In in3ernleflt roaJ tests sgainst some of
the toughest motor Oil compeaiion- on
the market, Unt olmt proved far supe--r;or.'Hif'ffilubricatedt
livered more power and pickup with
better gasoline mileage-stayed much
cleaner, too. Haroline out-performs
them all, regardless of price! Prove
it yourself. See ui today for the best r -motbr
oil your monejr can buy,
Adianctd Custom-Made UxoYtnt.
re welcome at your
I LXACO Dealer
fer c:ly $ (o)( 00 '' r
2nd at no 'additional; cost:
y SERVES THE HEART OF THE AMERICAS
. PAA Affiliate
For further information
consult your. Travel Agent
or call : 3-7011.
Li N E AS ACR CAS C O STAR R 1 C E N S E S
Justo' Arosemena between 31st and 32nd Sts. Across from Olympic Swimmini fool
Ann and Ray Waither, who slong
with Service Cluh directress wis,
Doris Caldweil are assisting in the
program, studied pottery making
at the Jelsure cratt stuaio m mi
Angeles and have N an extensive
library on he art ot ceramics.
One of the principal purposes of
the instruction, in sdcution to, tne
mnv Christmas presents that will
be created, is to show the students
how thev can use native materials
no matter what their environment
in the making of pottery. ,""
Over One Billion
Mexico; city.'sept: 7 (un-
Mexico's foreign exclange Income
this year will amount to approxi approximately
mately approximately tt bill dollars, the Sank
of Mekieo 'said yesterday The fore forecast
cast forecast was" based en an estimated
730 million dollars foreign exclange
income during the first six months
of the-year. :
with the tylt Stl
h-T A' ERJJE and M I
Ay yA v"KGcici I
And You Double Your Money 7
" ; FREE in Our'.Weekly Raffle!'.
18-47 CENTRAL "AVE.- (iS7)
120 cP'es 'n iujl
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t I .. ' K .'1.7
; i to 5i Colors
there is only ONE
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Uo not accept imitations l) ,only Genuine "DITTO"; products
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W. IT DOESNT CARRY
"PITTO" iT ISN'T GfeNUJKE
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..30 Automobilt Row
Tel. 2-2010 f
TT3FANAMA AMXSJCA AT. ttZTTZZ
,YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
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LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 H STREET, PANAMA
f L1BRERIA PRECIADO -W .'
Agendas Internal, dt Publication!
No. I Letterr Flax. .
. U CASA ZALDO
' v Cental Ave. 4S .;'
182 U CvrmsqulIIa
No. If "B" Street
4th of July Ave. J St
V LEWIS SERVICE
Ato TrvoU No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
14$ Costal An.
' FARMACIA LUX
IN Cental Avean
. J. Pea. h On Ave. No. 41
', FOTO D0MY
Jane Arnsmnui Av. and MM.
-. Street N. R
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
PanrM Lcfme T Itaet
' FARMACIA "SAS
, Via Pena 1U
MOVED ADES ATHIsY
Tia XapeAa Are.
. ; MLNIMUM
. .12 WORDS
f AGE SIX
COMMERCIAL & FOR SALE v l-OR SALE
PROFESSIONAL Household Automobiles
- f0R SALE: Refrigerator West- FOR SALE: Mark VII Jaguar
'"" """""" iaghous. 9 c. ft., good condi- .. 4-door' sedan, exceptional condi-
tllCliDAflf C on, 25-cyel. Balboa 3672, tiou. Call tor appointment, Pan-
(ALL KINDS) ; v rooms. F Strt, El Cangrefo FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Station
- 7 Phone 3-4553. Wagon, 8 -passenger, 4 -door.
, ,'. Call after 4 p.m. 2-1405 Balboa.
' mi llTlSsT HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. Wo
. JIM 1UUIem Mit ,, ly..fc riectrital or' FOR SALE: 1952 Nash Ram.
Phone Panama t-B5M manual. Almacen Electric Lloyd, bier Station Wagon, excellent
Write Box L. BalbOeV Ca Phone 2-2202. condition, radio. Call Coco Sola
. '- 451 or 220.
. t .en to 5 f0R RENT: Concrete chalet, 3 1
Mrf. TO i m to noon, bed, largd kitchen, closet.. FOR SALE1950 Buick Super
Saturdays m.w nw bathroom, hot water-installations, i 4-door, all accesories. Beit rea- .,
After hours ran fjrit irw WJ nnAlm eKtr- PheM Coeo
. ' ", tcroened. Iron ban. Tele- : -.351. ..
Educational. Uie. Ph0n 3-3226. ;
. Automobile. Fire, etc, ... P,. ,V LI FOR SALE: 1951 Buick Special
-"- FOR SALE Six-piece mahog- .- .standard transmission, doesn't
mmmmtmj0B0t&StK& any living room set; portable burn much gas, radio, heater.
swI-ilTvTta S A. j Ro' typewriter; carved Chines : ) Best offer. Coco Solo 366, build-
TRANSPORTES WM; chert (large) with drawers; bfl 229-C
B Packer. Shippo .mall radio.vmahogany coffee fa- ,---7,. '
I Phonot 2-2451 -f5W Wt, floor lamp. All .xcellent f SALE-1953 Ford Victor,
Uarn Rioi-B condition. Apply .ftor 5 p.m.. Jc pwhj ccdra 51. .,
I PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL 1421 E.p.vo, Margarita, Phono D('b,- Ph" 2-248 8 '-
I RldmtTj-mpingCU.. -n? .3-H82.
I " Vb"'.7p.- "J FOR RENT.' Leaving country) FOR RENT
H w Tj!!!L---paBggJm. must sell complete furnishings' ,wl 1
I 4.gSria ft? 1ST -Apartments
FOR SALE.- 1 electric water f0R ?.INT,rf? MT, biloin
, !-; and ia in oxeollent condition, M finished well located
Classic, popular w 'used on year $75 also 1 West- for American families, modem
ar-fvrrie 111A7 2 Inghoua. portabl. oven with' "-bodroom apartments, with
AGENUASl VIA. fcroier iHiehment $30 c, A. all convenience. Automobile
street No. -A-Tel. S-1596 sudor 5184 during .ffic hours. of
X)pea i Wtil 7:0 P"- Panama 3-6050 after, 4 p.m. : Cocoll 3985 morn.ng hours.
' 1 i FOR RENT. Concrete chalet, 3 i f0 ENJ: Small furnished
P -r -rcM AfiCD bedrooms, wcently painted, large f i-rT'JHt T t"1"''
CANAL ZONE TEEN-AGER W Uch., many closets, modern J 'n.deK"JB- kl,": Ho
BacktO School with "" bathroom. 2 porches, hot water? 43rd Street Bella V.rta.
" "PFTTTE CCKL" maid", room with bath, garaoe, . ... ntr
J a pin ri wave voa can v. Fosif ion Offered
: well afford.. P.rra, 91-B. t
' V M C A ReflntV SalOO ' WANTED-Exp'rienced outside
! YySi? Heovy-Duty. Seeder Stn
, TCDICCj Being .Developed M
EVEREADY BATTERIES Cor Rouah LonH ; ww the seed aU to one operation.
' v '. 'VwlIU II laUllvJ f. e ? It's, advantages over the air-
; CASH DAVIS, CALIF. (UP) Unt- P,ane ioT sucn operations are that
Mi'icni CDia'iNfil FA versity, ol California range spe- it. can perform the work In onej
WYUtDLCKlft uru , cialists are developing a heavy- step, eliminating disking of ground
j COLON '. duty seeder which may replace required before seed can be plant-i
il v airpTanes in the seeding of rough ed from the alr. anc that it only!
' """ 1 land. ; r uses about half the seed required
f' "- r; Currently, being tested, : the of air seeders. 1 11
, "Slrm tour flanr down"
McLevv Machine!, Manas
Steam Balk ntale and female
IS Av. Jnsb Arosemena
Dr. BCHOUi trained Chiropodist
LEARN 5 DANCES
' tor $1S
Cha-Cha-Cha Merentne Mam Mam-be
be Mam-be Fextoet Tans
VBALBOA ;; S;,
HARtlETT I DUim
Couldn't Cypl j
MOUNT CLEMENS, Mlcr:
(11P A lot of Mount Clemens
. motorists got the list laugh when
st state inspector siappea a ucaei
on a city prrkrtg meters
.Thn1 nftmrlinif meter tried to
cheat Leo G. Gagnon out of 35
minutes of parking fme. But the
"time' cheat" picked the wrong
van to pop its. "expired" sign at.
T.imnnHi" MaeomlJ County's
state agent for weight and meas measures,
ures, measures, He slapped a ''condemned"
tag On the meter ana me ponce
chief puDed the defective mechan mechanism
ism mechanism out ofservice and put a new
one in its place. ,- -j.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
J,,,, -:; Qaotattons by '.
i, ARIAB. JtATUSST A ASSOC1ATTS
Abattoir Ntclonal :,w w
Banet IMdudarln ... 7
lloaton ......i...... tl.
Cement Panuni ....... TS rt
Carreearla Radonal .... SJ .;
Cbirleana deteeh IX
Cuentaa Comerelale x ,'
'.'Pre, eriuj Com. ..'. '":.: -.OB
DeAllador Nadonal Vi
Prat wttb Cora. ...M 10
Fret, erltb Com. .... '. V
Puerxa tuPret ... 4711 -rutna
t Lns-Com. ... St ..
tl stein Intaramariceae. ta4
General ,d Beturoa .... IS
Panamefia de Aceltee ... r W
Panamefia, de Fibres O
panamefia de Seguros .. S ST
PanameAa da Tlblc ,. 10 1 12
Teatr. Bellavbta ...... TS
reatro Central .......... KO
SERGEANT GETS PURPr 2 1
Korea In 1951, MSgtA nes
Korea in 1951, W
Heart The present)
Commanding Offr.0ifthe 2nd
(iav at Ft. TCnhbd LlieUF,.. f
Naome servelaa a niajor ln
la ; j1tad0ra
!Calie H No. J Telefono 2-1483
Offers to F-aauil' and Canal Zone .cus-
lomers Lie fi.aous 'and cenuine foam ruin
ber f fpjavVi' to 4" in mattresses and
' cushior Ach we make in all sizes you de de-sire.
sire. de-sire. Vi v.s kl ov't store just across "the
T i i
'.rT-fcFor wounds Suffered In
T. t-oome receives the Purple
Lt. col. c. R. unaerdahl,
F.attalion, was held yester-
,i rtiirlnir Wnrlri Wor TT Rut
the Philippine Army. (US Army
BOX 2031, ANCON, C2.
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE Pony saddle and
bridle. $40. Phone 86-7230.
FOR SALE: Used pool table,
xcellent condition. All new
cloth,, pockets, ate. Als new new-;
; new-; cus, balls and all accessories.
Total cost $350 cask. Pken
FOR SALE: Blond mahogany
Singer sewing machine, blond :
mahogany RCA Hi-Fi phono phonograph;
graph; phonograph; Westinghous washer,
dryer, refrigerator, ., Balboa 2-6364.-;.
FOR RENT On th best cor corner
ner corner f Jos Fco. d la Ossa Are.
and 31st Street and Mariano A A-rosemena,
rosemena, A-rosemena, commercial ait 500
square meters, glass windows all
around the building, exhibition
room office, shop and ware-'
house, good parking for cars.
For personal contact call 3985
FOR SALE: 12-ton hydraulic
truck jack. 5616-D. Diablo.
FOR SALE: Dacron and wool
dark brawn suit, new, only worn
twice, six 46 long, price $35.
House 720-C, Praoo, Balboa.
FOR SALE-NccM Bu Mira Mira-Magic
Magic Mira-Magic wheal, mahogany cabinet,
bargain pric $295; Girard S
spaed record player, built for
double spaaker; Apex ironar
' (needs new switch), bargain for
handy man. House 744-A, Lai
Cruces Street, Balboa 2-1751.
; PRE-TEENS AND'
Miu Harnett will hold Begin Beginners,
ners, Beginners, Intermedial and Ad Advanced
vanced Advanced ballroom dance classee
in American and Latin dances.
All types of ballroom daneeo
and Party dances taught. For
further information call Balboa
2-42J9. .... t
HA.KNETT k FUNK
WASHTNGTOli '(UP) The
LTODnT rnnm inn mnhtthsi.t J
joining the Tomb of the Unknown
Soldier are undergoing their first
extensive renovation in 36 years.
workmen tr repairing the
structures behind the Tomb in Ar Arlington
lington Arlington National Cemetery.
Work Is expected to be completed
next spring. Congress appropriated
approximately ssoo.ooo for the
Only minor repairs have-been
made on the amphitheater and
trophy room since their comole-
tion on June 30, 1919. The trophy
room was built to house many dec
orations awarded the Unknown
Soldier by the United States and
other countries. Special services
are conductod In the amphitheater
on Easter Sunday, Memorial Day
ana veterans' JJay.
...... .... ,. ; ;.,:;:,.r,.,v,.. ...
. The major repair lob now in
progress includes a roof to cover
the circular arcade of the marble
amphitheater and other general
renovations. Carpenters and plas
terers will lemedy the detenora
ation in the trophy room caused
by a leaky rof. Workmen are
busy pointing the marbled joints
ami sandblasting staina from the
?Tiir 10:00 p.m
: TELE RAD
CORNER 'W and DARIEN
ATTENTION C. LI Jw
2 bedreona, hot, cold vatasb'
Ph PanaaM 1-441.
, FOR RENT. 2-bd room apart apart-,
, apart-, mnt, bet water, garage, at.
New residential settlement, San San-tuario
tuario San-tuario Nacional Street, $110,
Phono 3-6807 or 2-3)97.
FOR RENTjUnfurnished pnd.
rn two-bedroom apartment with
' hot water and garage, in Ricar
d Arias Street (Camp Alegr).
Information: Phone 2-5322 or
FOR RENT: Apartment fur.
nisked, 2 bedroom, maid's room,
porch, hot water, screens, tl- to
pkone, larg. cool. Call Colom Colombia
bia Colombia No. 5. Apt. 6, 3-0431, 2
1891. .., ..,-,-...,r
FOR RENT Furnished apart apart-'
' apart-' ment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
etc. ,48th Street N. 27. Ask in
Apt. No. V
FOR RENT Apartments in El
Cangraj. acres from Hotel El
Panama. Bedroom, living-dining
' room, kitchen, bath, washing fa facilities;
cilities; facilities; everything new. Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished ar unfurnished. -Apply Fete
Halcon fa sam vicinity. Phonos
3-1179 and 3-6082.
FOR RENT- Small apartment
in best residential section. Fur-
nished or unfurnished. 43rd Sr.
' Ha. 13.-1 V I "
FOR RENT Beautifully -mod-lorn
two-bedroom furnished -t
partment. Gerard Ortega St.,
! Miraf lores. Apartment ....
FFOR RENT: Apartment n Via
? Porras No. 54.
j FOR RENT. Nicely furnished
n-bdroom' "apartment, Golf
f Heights, $70 monthly. Phon
! Panama 3-4382.
FOR RENT- Furniihed apart- 9
tmant. . Including refrigerator,
: good surroundings $55. N. 112 ;
Via Belisari Perras, aear Ra-
! vlt Theater, v...
'56 Civil Sz::::2
t National Civil Service League
merit citations for 1958, in recog
nition of outstanding careen in the
public service, were awarded yes
terday morning to JB. btevens,
Engineering Division; C. Vi. KiW
bev. Service Center Division: and
Vincent Biava. Dredging uivmon.
The presentation was made by
Gov. W. E. Potter during a spe
cial ceremony held in the Gover
nor a office. Also present were
Mrs. Kilbey and Mrs, Stevens..
v The citations war tnt t Pt Pt-tr
tr Pt-tr by Nicholas Kelly, stresidant
of th National' Civil Sarvice
League, who stated t h a al although
though although none of th Canal Zone
candidate received en f th
ten err sarvice awards, the
League officers found 1 the ca careers
reers careers el all rh candidate Im Impressive
pressive Impressive and believed it fitting
to. recognise their distinguished
i ; A
Under the awards program, the
there employes were nominated
as Canal Zone candidates to com
pete with thousands of Federal
employes rrom ail nrancnes 01 we
government for the ten career
service Awards included in the
1956 program. ,v
The program' Itself is designed
to increase the prestige 01 the nub
lie service by bringing to national
prominence some of the signui
cant careers in the Federal Serv
ice. Selection is based on compe competence
tence competence and efficiency, character,
and continuity 01 service.
' The National Civil Service
League is a non-partisan citizen's
torganization organized to promote
' All three of the candidates from
the Canal organization have been
outstanding in the various fields
in which they have been employed
nuu uavo w&m avuvu inn in uim-
nv civic and community enteroris-
es sucn as ine soy scout, the A-
mencan juegion,, uie Civic Coun
cils. Community Chest and vari various
ous various professional societies.
Stevens, a native el TtT.anrl
Fla., has been employed with the
iUnai uigauuniiuo since 1930, lvur-
ing that time he has directed the
structural phase of much of the
45th St A Via bpaita Bella Vista
1-12U ( .
FOR SALE r A boautiful, mod modern
ern modern and wH located throe-epart-ment
building ha Camp Alegr
nwnait, no Intermediary. Tale Tale-pboa
pboa Tale-pboa 3-0193 Panama.
FOR SALE-Lots, 17th
No. 32, Ri Abar and San Per Per-'
' Per-' nand. Kara refrigarator.
FOR SALE: Beeutiful lots at
Las Cumbrc and II Cangrekv
Well situated. Phn 3-4672.
Dorese Writes School of Dancing
accepting anailment NOW for
children 3 years aid and up.
Classes far beginners, Interme-'
diata. and advanced students la
- eyory ag group. Columbus Club,
Balboa. Phon 2-2363.
Dancing classes for tots 3, ,4, $
yaara at El Panama, LLONA
:' SEARS Studio. Registration aeon..
Pleas call 3-1661, extension t
Wanted To Rent
Rspnsibl American family
needs detached haws, 3 or 4
bedrooms, gang, garden In d-:
airablp residentrel district. Rent
r buy. Contact U W. Bakery
Kodak Panama, Ud., 2-0940 r
.3-3212 avanlngt, in-
WANTED: By American faml- v
ty, unf urnishtd,' 3-bdrem cha chalet.'
let.' chalet.' Prefer ParMla arc r clos closer
er closer t town. Phn 3-3744. T.
WANTED Yung ceupte' de desires
sires desires vacation quartan about 8
October. Picas contact. BUIbea
275S after working hours.
FOR. RENT: Lara famish :
rm, Bella Vista, Mexico Ave.
69. Independent antranc. Tale-
phene 3-C553. ,
Panama Canal construction -work.
Kilbey was bora in St. Joseph,
Mo. and with the exception of
three years spent with the Canal
Zone District Court as .official
court reporter and secretary to
the District Judge of the Canal
Zone, has been with the Canal or organization
ganization organization since 1935.
1 .. .., ... ,tji
y i- .. y .. -..).., 14
A native of Gallup, New Mexi Mexico,
co, Mexico, Biava has been employed with
the Panama Canal service since
1940 and is the holder of the Boy
Scout Silver Beaver Award and
the American Legion Citizenship
IBS Completes Plana
For Training Conrsa
nana nave just been complet completed
ed completed by the local council of the in
ternational Boy Scouts of the
Canal Zone : for conducting; a
t;ataing course for Scoutmas
ters, to begin on Saturday, sepi.
In line with an agreement and
the anoroval of the Executive
Board, an invitation has been
sent to the Bar Scout Associa
tion of Panama inviting 12 of
their member, to participate n
the training. The course will
be held over two weekends, con
cluding with an overnight camp.
The Scout Executive of the
organization Raymond George,
is in charge of the training
program which will be .conduct .conducted
ed .conducted at paralso and Rainbow City
simultaneously. In addition there
will be two inspection, teams
comprising of William Jump, the
council coordinator; William Ar Arthur,
thur, Arthur, first vice-president and
chairman for leadership train
ing in the district; ana Eawnra
Green, chairman of the Atlantic
District Committee; on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic aide. v: v.'-' :."
On the pacific aide it will be
n. T- A. navla. second vice-pres
ident and chairman of leader leadership
ship leadership training in the district; Cy Cyril
ril Cyril D. Atherley, district com com-mlttM
mlttM com-mlttM fhilrma.nr and Pearl E.
Ford,- district commissioner and
chairman for the council com committee
mittee committee on leadership training.
Scout commissioner James A.
Hassocks and the Atlantic Dis
trict commissioner Everaid B.
Walker, are liaison officers, for
the scout executive. 1
The training teams are as
follows: (1) Verneel A. Laing,
Sr., James A. Hassocks and Rob Robert
ert Robert Walker (2) iyan Evering,
Verneel Lalng, Jr., and Leonard
Foster; (3) Everaid B. Walker,
Harold B. Cox- and John pascal;
(4) Juan-Lopes, Cleveland Small
and Arthur J. McZenzle.
' .' ''i' "' '-
F0JTIX1 COTTACa mA Wrg
swacb house. On nsiU paet Ca Ca-ewa.
ewa. Ca-ewa. Fhn Balhoa 1866.
Me Oar. 435,
at Santa Clara Beach. Tele
atone Smith, Balboa 3421.
BEACHSIDI vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortael house.
Thompson Balhoa 1772.
Spend your voek ends at Ri
Mar, th host Bathing beach in
th Republic, with all nv nv-niencos.
niencos. nv-niencos. Moderate pric. The
new management i anxious t
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Reward for packag
. containing Fkot Envelopes miss missing
ing missing Friday hight at Pacific Sorv Sorv-'
' Sorv-' k Canter Bu Terminal. Call
FOR, SALIx-Thra Rod Finchea
t cross whh unary and hreod
rod canaries. Phono Panama I-
SALI:-Tak advantage f
greatly reduced pric fa guality
men's Sport Shirts and furnish-
ings, ladies' and children's wear.
II Sigle, 85 Central Avenu.
f nw v
ARE SELLING LIKE . MA D
in USED CARS
49 FORD . . Tudor 4, . . :$ 3S0
52 PONTUC : . StaUon Vagon 9C3
'5! .CHEVROLET" VFordor . .'. CZO
51 FORD .V. . Fordor C75
52 JAGUAR XK120 Convertible ...12C3
51 BUICK ....... Convertible . 5S5
52 FORD ........ .Tndor . . XZZ
43 BUICK ; Fordor ....... 175
48 DODGE ..Fordor ... . l'O
51 PACKARD .... Fordor ...... 5C5
54'FORD ....... .Tudor ...... .12C5
52 BUICK Hard Top .... CCD
, : More Uie Models TrafcaVia Citlyt
.FAST FRIENDLY FINANCIFiG
Don't lose this jtood
CU3 NEW PKONE .
Phon COLCri 445
f OR SALE
FOR SALE Lambrftis s t
with custom built a'u-
kedy. Cost $825. Four mer.. i
Id. W accept hi Sar altar er
4400. Tropako. S.A.
. WANTED i Vacation ea -f i o,
freni October to Dwembar .'
On cuple, child. Vishh 2-
WANTED t Clark -typist, I ,n ,n-ish
ish ,n-ish d English. Apply P.O. lit
3205, Panama, R.P.
Doatg & Klotcrs
FOR SALE: Th Crusoe, 32-ft.
motor launch with sts ",-.
sails. Ha 75-hp. fireymnin
fresh water cooled motor, fmt
'hunks, marina toilet, fresh wa water
ter water tank, srov and ke hsx,
$1400.- Call Quarry Ki!)fs
3270 after 4:00.
FOR SALIrISVi' cabin cra'o cra'o-r.
r. cra'o-r. V-B angina, 2 bunks. C J
condition. Albrook 3211.
FOR SALE: 11 -foot
heat complet with tra 'jr, ra ra-mote
mote ra-mote control, 12-hp. S a !'"'-
' ased 50 hour, -capable f Xi
mph. CaU Kebb 4116.
FOR SALE: Just arrived T
derbird glass, boat. F
lightest nicest snd. Ai t
thy beside. Hotel El Panama.
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FANAM. A?nICA.N A EVBETrNTEXT DAILY NTSTSPAPEJI
", TONIGHT 9 P.M..
tt t? in
Rams Inb Crif:3,
o. r.otlnson In
.1 LING ME
T I V 0 LI
- Also: -BIG
Hock Hudson cornea .,
NEVER SAY GOODBYE
Also: Anne Baxter J elf
Chandler Forv Calhoun In
, THE SPOILERS ;
Cold Prize SjOO.08
THE BIG TOWN
- THE EXILED
with D. Fairbanks, Jr.
Prohibited for Minors
LA NAVE DE LAS
T. Hi m en
't 1W mtttnk. hi
' . .
Javits' Future Pending
Results Of Investigation
WASHINGTON,- Sent. T (UP) mittee meets- Monday to chooie
U V VOUhUHJi T UWM -w. 1
day they will decide whether there
were inconsistencies in me les-
timonvof Republican Jacob K. Ja-
"Old Shultz Isn't backing up an inch!".
i AiOWfS TV -WDO f
by Erskinjohn.oh J'')
vits after hearuiR more from Sen.
William Jenner (R-Ind).
Jenner levelled the "inconsisten "inconsistencies'
cies' "inconsistencies' charge after Javits, New
York attorney general and candi candidate
date candidate for the state's GOP nomina-
tinn fnr cpnntnr fipnin na fimlffnt
Communist support when be first
was elected to Congress in 1946,
Jenner, ranking Republican on
the Senate Interna) Security sub subcommittee,
committee, subcommittee, it due in Washington
early tomorrow. Chairman James
O. tasuana tu-Miss.j saw ne
would confer with Jenner before
deciding whether to hold further
hearings into Javits' background.
Javit was the only republi republican
can republican to win major state office in
New York in W4. He defeated
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jr. in
the race for-attorney general,
while his GOP colleagues were
losing to Democratic nominees
-for ether top state offices.
. Whan Con Horhert Tjhman (T).
N.Y.) announced he would not seek
toolaAttnn .Tavita hivim 1 topical
choice for the Republican nomina nomination
tion nomination to oppose Democratic Mayor
Robert F. Wagner of New York.
The New York State C-01. Cpm-
Mpantimp Julian G. Sourwine.
former counsel to the internal sej
curity subcommittee, charged mat
Javits had Communist simoon in
1946. Sourwine made the charge
in the course of his unsuccessful
nomination from -Nevada.
Javits 'denied the entree and
eked the uhnmmittpa 'for
chance to quash the reports. The
hparmi? wan neia vesxeraav.
. .11 l I tl.
javiri taia m .oikuuw
political future in 14 with Dr.
Bella Dodd, former Commu Communist
nist Communist party official, but did nor
knew she was a Red. He denied
iany political, connection with
other' Communists or Red-dam-bated
After- the hearinl. e n n e r
rhareed from his Bedford.' Ind.
home that there were ?clear In Inconsistencies"
consistencies" Inconsistencies" in Javits' testimo
ny. He said they1 left the situation
"very unsatisfactory ana iar irom
840 kcs., Panama Gty
Today, radar, Sept. 7
A-in ujh.t'i Ynur Favorite (re-
Quests tajten oy yuvu
.' -. till 3:00)
5:30 News V jy ...
5:35 What's tour r a 1 0 1 1 1 e
6:00 Allea Jackson Commen-
6:15 BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Top Tunes of the Wfek
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report from U&
6:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story theater
o-nnjvmi Acireri Fnr It (re
quests taken by phone
tin i sn
10:30 Cavalcade Of America r
11:00 Jaz Till Midnight ";
12:00 sign on. -:
rrsVin. Johnson 1 W vaeHen.
turim his .absences note
rovi. and television PJ"'"'1';
T. will bat for him With 9wet
t..mni.-Today'a colom11 is by
t t Berpnme. v . r
BOSTON (UP), Arriving
hr 4mm Onphpp with friends in
his 1904 Reo, Robert Harrison ob observed:
served: observed: "Next time we come to
Boston we'll .come in our 1918
Dodge. ; We got a terrible wind wind-burn
burn wind-burn In the, Reo.. No windshield,
you know.'? ,;;v.,i-?,.y- :- :
nd I were down to the 700 pen
nias we broke out of our piggie
kinir u feofore : Christmas of
The eddet thing ; js how the
award affected my family.- My
uncle, Count Levio Boselh, who
,.wvw .,'rnns a shoe store in tapn, iwj.
ry things 1 a the' wrote me he sold out every pair
he's lucky enough, shnp. the.da, r won the Oscar!
i-ct h n n n c in me r'.r L.j.t....t
'ii,jre;1 i.. r.p.,.e',pho"e
W j a when counted 36 ;
c .med.'Once m a wh. nlhour. Some
r ople shied away.- irom MOm-,er. 'insurance men,
. .nminna nicupn ait m,w.
t uvc T : I J t' W '.U
tnpn smuea i- nucw,
recozoized me as ,: flie
hMvy, Fatso-Trom wre TfW a. telephone to
to Eternity' .:J v ..v f hopt 0f job those
J auJ ..J-L OFFERING obs are
Vh.n we were snoonn, t t Bf Wint. t0
r i ng i n g he
a t calls in an
from -oil stock
' thev most are important calls from
i (ram directors, from
Dilpri I writers offering mi icripts.' When
rat who murdered their idol, stead of
Tha most wonderful feeling I
have about the Oscar, aside from
my great job in receiving; im
. -w..t in that I'm. offered
KlCflt i rr
so many good .' parts, different
4hic nnp I'm dome as a
j i.n.u,.iiin. Frank Sinatra,
arts, - j
in "Eternity." But when I talked
to th.m in Italian, and proved
I'm Italian, too, everythina was
ail ripht-- ' '' ''" '
Since ."Marty-' and lhe-OscarP
thiriKS are a little different. More
veople recognue. me and cau me "n,." m a n 7 in "The
Hlarty". to a'mce,.iriena.yay.1T -tlf, Arex Free.
r.,me: of wem 5! Si no.' thoueh. now pro-
to teu me now mucn uir, --- me in anothel
the P'cture. .; ,--V i. J"V mce guy-I'd sud
When my wite anu L. ,eain to Bo a part as
partv at the h o u s e after lijL1 ray .vf a t s o" in
award, we had a real ball untd villainous a, fny
4 a.m., but next day -one;?; ourt f-"if titSZA U a nice fe!
pals called up and said: "ey. if"- t was Vc : a f ed of being
a'tigftSS role, .U the
JIILW itivifx wav.a,i.ti e
something.' Why snouia
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Tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. I
A.M. ' sv--'
a-nn Ricm On Alarm ClocS
, -Club (requests taken:
i.- i by phone till 7:00). s i
T:30 Jazz Salon
6: 15 The Chrlstopheri
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Bonjour Mesdamea L -9:30
Paris star Time
10:05 Spins And Needles (re (re-,
, (re-, quests taken by phone
- v till 80) ; i
11:05 Spins r And Needles
11:30 Journey Into Bpace ;
12:00 New!, .. I
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30 New Tune Time
'1:00 News VM: '.'c..:!'";
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
8:30 Music For Saturday
A An-r-pnfit? nutaw
4:30 What's Your Favorite (r-
quests taken by phone
, till 3:00)
8:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Guest Starr
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
; "- REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It. yourself
7:30 VOA ReDort from U.S.
8:00 Saturday Klbt Dancing
8:30 Educating Archie
; 9:0 Your Hit Parade
O'n PV' a T aillrh I
10:00 Music From Hotel ii pan-
10:30 Owl'j Nest (requests
taken by phone through throughout
out throughout program) t
a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
30 Persons Injured
EW YORK. Sect. 7 (UP) A
sightseeing boat carrying 358 per-j
hH infn a turntable1
bridge over the Harlem River yes-j
terday Police said 30 were injur
ed, five seriously. ,1
Valentine Smith, captain, said;
he halted the boat as the Madison
Avenue Bridge opened to permit a
tug to pass and that he was una una-bU
bU una-bU to keep his craft clear of the
It tha ceponri time in less
then a month that one of the Cir Circle
cle Circle Line sightseeing boats, which
carry tourists on a voyage around
Manhattan Island, has crashed in
to the turntable bridge.
On Aug. 8, a collision injured 33
persons. The boat line blamed a
power failure in the steering me
Police said yesterday crash
sheared off part of the pilot ouse
and rained debris on DassenEers
standing on the deck below. Am
bulances and ponce ano lire de department,
partment, department, emergency equipment
were rushed to the scene.
The five persons injured serious
ly were taken to uariem nospuai.
10 CENTUtY-fOX araMalt
cotoi kr M uia
Cars needing tejebs
1000 rr,:!3S cr mcrecf
"cushiony" driving with
CHICAGO. Sept. 7 (UP) Post
master General Arthur E. Sum
merfield nredicted yerterday the.
v i ft i tt..:
iirnruriii ,t wniiin n nriiinp vi
cious" in the fall campaigning.
He said the Republican cmapaign
a m. I 11
wouiq oe on a nign piane.
' "I base my' statement on past
Democratic performances and
from what I have seen and road
so far this year," Summerfield
said. He spoke at the ninth bien biennial
nial biennial convention of the National
Federation of Republican Worn
en.- .- t'-,'..-;:.;i.if v-
Summerfield told the women
that President Eisenhower "never
looked better" when he saw him
"I Pint (p11 vnn hnw nleased I
was to see the President so alert
and keen," he, said. v ;
Summerfield said Mr. Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's campaign would be plan planned
ned planned to allow him to carry on his
presidential duties rather than on
the basis of his physical dondition.
tie 1010 me nepuuncan wuiueu
that morality and integrity have I
reolaced a "crook and crony" gov
ernment in Washington, and he
said they have the power to elect
a uor congress as wen as re-elect
the Eisenhower-Nixon ticket.
Earlier. Rep. Marguerite Stilt
Church (R-IH.) keynoted the con-
vpniinn hv wsrninff against tne
"nrnsnereus" .voter who may be
too relaxed to vote im November.
She ssid the American mother
yp(1 aha mav no longer
"is. so relaxed she may no longer
feel the need to take personal re
sponsibility in government,"
After we rive your car's
thorough onceover with Murfak, you're set
for 1,000 miles or more of the smoothest
driving you've ever enjoyed. Tbat'i because
Marfak wards off wear and friction ; i
. fully protects vital parts ... won't jar out,
; squeeze put or wash put Drive Jn today
' for longer lasting Marfai lubrication
You're welcome l your
Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 8:1$ 8:05
"SANTA FE PASSAGE"'
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Late show 10:30 p.m. ;
"Son of Dr. Jekvll"
Sat. "Lt. Wore Skirts
Sat. "Santa Fe Passage"
Sat "King's Thief"
MARGARITA 8:15 7:55
Edmund Purdom .
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Late show 10:30 p.m.
Sat. "Carousel" i
CRISTOBAL 6:15 8:25
Air-Condltloned ; ,-!'
"LAST COSIMAND ;
Sat. "Birds and The Bees"
B A L B OA
SCREEN TIMES .,.,.
4:30 7;i5 only!
cr somctwng.-jnr.iiwuia.w-- of course, the Oscar save me!
we're happy where we -are!.,.;-; I ?,' ln -irfures. But!
Wai-p haoDened since the Osrnr
I'd sooner do tnree-iine on
m . 1 SO I IT VSMTIBllllBlliai W """"
are the warm letters anu wir- $ wi
grams of congratulation from all f;, ;er tnA that's haw I
I nds of people, friends and ";r ,
f ian;ri?. ovuiv w
from people so important soi
b(s ;v, vou wouldn't' think they'd
t i V e time to wire an' actor,!
: ti e ones from' the governor
rf t recticut and the mayor, of.
f.ew aven. 't ,?..'?.".'.
1 Utters from people who
t f me so much end helped
, s t started as an actor, like
? t Portorfield of the Barter
V r, and Montgomery Hare,
i terrific playwright wh' used
v eur shows' for us there,
t- 1 t . U.kA MH, IMA
r y f rt TV job in New York on Nixon, who is chairman
"C. ;ain Video,' when my wife youth fitness counciL
WASHINGTON. Sept. 7 (UP)
Shane MacCarthy, a native ot
County Cork in Ireland, today was
sworn in as executive director of
President Eisenhower's council on
youth fitness. MacCarthy. who
was naturalized in 1935, will work
nnrfpV vipp .President Richard M'
' f !, or the one Indian nation that killed more
r rn 'then an' other tribe In history. This you can
"CCIWCHE the never-before-told epic of tne las$
'. a battle filmed in ail the earth-spanning power,
,vope and color by De Luxe starring Dana An,
Kent Smith and Linda Cristal which opens this
' I at the DRIVE IN THEATRE.
NEW HAVENConn. (UP)
Clothing store owner Philip Ama Amain
in Amain hlinff a icrn nn hl rinnr whiph
read: "Gone on vacation. Be back!
in a week." When he returned.
thieves had stolen practically all
the stock, valued at $5,000.
nVi"A;i U fifll
ai.stliiiili" I'l .muit la.MiiiilliHimnatii -.
Her 1st Picture in 4 Years!
' Directed by
w ALEXAKDE.R KNOX ty-POalHIC mm
Shows: 4:30 7:30 9:25 p.m.
l- a jhmts aru;ivAL
WITH ALL THE WALT DISNEY CHARACTER: ;
MICKEY MOUSE PLUTO DONALD DUCK
. 1 GOOFY LAMBETO, e tc, etc. x
Shows for the Carnival Shorts
3.C0 & 6:00 p.ni.1
:' If you aufler from OstMnir Up
jeig-hta, Backacha, htt Palna, lo
of vigour. Nrvouni or wak wak-aai
aai wak-aai vou ahould help rour Protato
Gland immediately wkh ROG1.NA,
Thia woadar roadlclna akj
you fl jrounger, atroneer and
in wlihnu, IntarruDtlon. Gat
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' TODAY 7:00 8:00
$1.10 per Car!
Drums of Fu Manchu
Chapters 9 and 10
TOM BROWN In
.DLTKE OF CHICAGO
ALAN BALE in
. Bandit King of Texas
In Cinemascope coiori
' DANA ANDREWS
' -In-' .'
HERBERT J, YATES
Starts Saturday "NEVER SAY GOODBYE"
LTj p.m PBE-RFLEARK u I V
Stage Show 8:45 only! t
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' RON CHAFEE
" AND FEATURING THE" V
"Night Holds Terror"
"Three Stripes in The Sun"
0 PC OtTO W 0 De Luxe Champion Tuneless lire
with tlis Patented C-ffiST) THAT PROTECTS AGAUIST
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, Longer Wearing
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Safer High Speed
: No tube :
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' to pinurt,
to nails and
loss of air
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JEmpire Honey, Tony
Iii Five Furlong Event
l Jose Mainierfs improved Blakemere will go the
mutuels favorite tomorrow afternoon to win the
featured $700 five-furlong sprint for First Series
imported thoroughbreds at the President Remon
Scheduled to oppose Blakemere'in Lima Peru. Alfonso lives In
are newcomer Maria Cristina, who
will be making her local debut;
Barge Royal, Tony, Empire Hon
ey, Grey Juan and Maria stuardo.
Empire Honey, Tony and Barge
Royal are expected to be heavily
backed in the mutuels too. Any
tA this trio could upset the favor
Ruben "Caliche" Vasquex will
ride Blakemere. Jose "Paco" Bra-
vn has the lea uo on Empire Honey.
Ktir!i1v imorovina Braulio Baeza
Will guide Barge RoyaL Tony will
be ridden ny Aiionso arDoneu,
who will be here for a month un
der a special contract to the race
-Carbonell is a Juan Franco prod prod-act
act prod-act who made good in a big way
Dalboa Beer, Chesterfield
Quintets Meet For Panama
Cage Loop Crown Tomorrow
i. Sr HERBERT MOISE
' Won Lost Pet
ftalhna Beer S .0 1.000
Ehesterfleld 4 1 -800
Manama. Clirarettes'l, 4 00
talllto Cigarettes O 6 .000
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, rightlnf an nphin battle a a-kalnst
kalnst a-kalnst the algresslve but tougn tougn-Lck
Lck tougn-Lck Panama quintet, Balboa
Beer cama out victorious i by a
19-71 score to maintain -their
tndefeated status and so stay
ihad flf Chesterfield, ho al-
taady had made their" night's
Kfort an easy 78-54 win over
waples Galllto team at the
Panama Gym in the first came
If Wednesday's aouDieneaaer.
The double1 victory by the two
lop teams makes it necessary for
k nalboa victory, in the last
icheduled game to have them
irowned' as 1956 champions
, While a Chesterfield victory will
lorce both teams into a sudden sudden-leath
leath sudden-leath playoff. These teams will
fcieet Saturday in the evening's
Mghtcap. Panama will play Ga-
' mto in tne opener.-
Chesterfield 78, Galllto 54
Playing before an unusually
small series crowd, the colon
Chesterfield team toyed their
ray to an easy victory over the
floundering Gallito team. The
Colonltes making the trip across
Today Encanto .35 .20
Double in Cinemascope 1
Jean Simmons In
Guv Madison In
"On The Threshold of Space"
Today IDEAL .20 10
"Perils of The Wilderness".
. Chapters 10 & 11
MY SIX CONVICTS"
"Cyclone Prairie Ranger"
(Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a m.)
George also plays the piano
10 p.m. -2 a.m. Sun.. Tuea.. Wed. Thurs
1 itpare your every day drink (with BACARDI
the South American country and
is taking this opportunity to visit
with jelauvea here. .;
Carbonell was accompanied on
his-trip by Chilean jockey Antonio
"Anton vasquex wno win rwe
here as E. A. Vasquez. Carbonell
and Vasquez are the two leading
jockeys at the San Isidrio track in
Lima. Vasquez also came under
a one month contract
King Flores will be aboard Ma
ria Cristina. Hector Ruiz will hand
le Grey Juan's reins and longshot
sDecialist osvaiao vt Leon win
do the booting on Maria Stuardo.
Ten other races, including a vir
tual match race between Fappa
Flynn and Golazo, are on tne pro
thm isthmus in a anecial char
tered bus made the 'round trip
incident free... but tense irom
expectation because of the Pan Panama
ama Panama City bus strike. ;,
Playing under a substitute
coach, Marcellno De Obaldla lor
the first 11 minutes, the champs
amassed a wide margin and
stayed ahead until their official
coach, Rodolfo "Fifl" Tom tpok
over the reins.-? 2:: ''T:.:
For the first time In several
games, the Smokers had a play player
er player scoring more than 20 points.
unesio Tayior .witn points
waa easily the top scorer of the
game. Frederick sauey 01 oaui-
to with 11 noints was closest to
him. while his own Smoker-mate
Aikman with ten was second top
on the Chesterfield aquad.
In the first half Galllto scored'
10 field goals and three free
throws for 23 markers while the
Green Smokers from Colon were
scoring 15 Fg's and five Ft's, in
tne second hail the smokers ac
celerated their point-getting
pace and tallied 20 field goals,
three foul shots. This game was
marked by its lack of personal
fouls, perhaps, this could be at attributed
tributed attributed ,to the Chesterfield
sharp shooting, ''
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We have nothing much to re report
port report on the second game as we
did not stay on to see the con contest.
test. contest. In order to prevent any
possible incident because of the
Panama city bus strike we
boarded our bus and hurried
back to Colon. The reports we
received by radio after the game
had Balboa winning after an up uphill
hill uphill fight on 79-7 V score.
If a Uiy livor eauai 70a to
raffer from Indlitestion. rn, heart-
' bura, eonntlpation, hadchi, bad
breath, dlitintaa, blllonnM and
kin blcmUbct, (t H1GALON
rrom your obamlat to ay,
HIOALON li a real tonlo to tho
Urorand IntMtlnoa Got HIOALON
aaa iw aottar tonicTo.
have you heard
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piano bass and drum
to entertain the late crowd
every Friday and Saturday
midnlte to 4:30 a.m.' in the
air-conditioned Balboa liar.
1 Rte Ire Sari ImptiHi, 1 Fft.
Parte $400.00 eel Clee 12:45
FIRST RACI OF THI DOULi
1 Grimllda O. de Leta 102x
ISwett Windsor H. Ruis 105
3 Proud Pearl A. Ycaza 110
4 Must Be I. Sanchea 97x
5 Tom Collins M. Guerre. 106
8 Valley Star. B. Baeia lis
7 Ponton A. Reyes R. 107x
8 Morenote R. Gomez 106
9 Rio Negro i G. Duarte U2x
10-Cambrloleur V. castuio uu
Ui Race Natiae 7 Ft..
Pun $350.00 Peel Clem 1:15
SECONDACI OF THI DOUBLE
3. Bravo 116
O. de Leon 99x
5 Daniel -1.
A. Ycaza 114
B. Agulrre -120
G. Alfaro 122
O. Miranda lllx
B. Baeza 108
3f Raca "D" Natiat -u 7 Ff.
Puna $300.00 Pool Clotti 1:45
1Metto A. Ycaza 114
2 Lady Edna B. Asuirre 115
3 Marcellta : : B. Baeza 110
4 Radical 1 A, Carbonell 115
4th Rica "H" Nttivat 5 Fft.
Pan $275.00 Paal Clam 2:20
- QUINIILA V
I Resria A. Reyes R. 109x
2 Colleee Girl A. Verftara llSx
3 Bull Flea
G. Sanchez 117
4 Jal Alal
. E. Ortega 105
F. Hidalgo 112
J. Gdnsora 108
V.: Castillo 114
NoB-Wianan" -t- 4 Fa.
- Paal Clem 2:55
" V. Brown 111
J. Rodriguez 114
1 B. Baeza 108
O. de Le6n 96x
2 Toxic 1
4 G. Patrick
6th Raca 3rd Sarlat Impartaa 5 Fa.
Puna S400.00 Pool Clam 3:35
FIRST RACE, OF THI DOUBLE
1 Arrabalero V. Castillo lis
2 Vulcanlzado J. Jlm6nea liox
3 Rada A G. Ramos 97x
4-Panzaretta F. Alvares 115.
K. Flores ,11s
O. de ieon 107x
O. M'randa llOx
F. H'rtalKO 110
., A. Ycaz 112
8 Rionl) '-Mt
7th Rice 3rd Serial Imported 7 Fa.
Puna $400.00 Pool Clem 4:05
SECOND RACI OF THE DOUBLE
1 Newbrlsrhton F. Sanchez 103x
O. de Leon 102x
3 Rlscal v
J. Phillips 108
V. Castillo 110
R. G6mez 118
J. Jim6nez 109x
B. Baeza 108
7 Incaica j
V Ortega 110
9-Joe's Fiddling H. Ruiz 106 :
8th Race 3rd Serial lmport(-i-7 Fft.
Puna $400.00 Peel Clem 4:40
1-iArpeeio . J. Jimenez 112x
2 R. Stream B. Anuirre 112
3 P. de Gales B. Baeza 103
4 Vedette -E. A. Vasquez 115
5 Fontainebleu O. de Le6n 105x
6 (M. Melody A. Carbonell 113
7 (Lion's Claw A. Ycaza 126
9th Rice Itt Serie Impartee 5 Ft.
Puna $700.00 Peal Clem 5:15
1-Maria Cristina K. Flores 112
3 Blakemere .R. Vasquez 115
3 Barge Royal B. Baeza 112
4 Tony A. Carbonell 114
5 Empire Honey J. Bravo 110
6 Grey Juan - H. Ruiz 105
7 Ma. Stuardo O. de Le6n lOOx
1 0th Rra 2ad Sarin Import', 7 Ff.
Puna $500.00 Pool Clou 5:40
1 Panicus A.. Ycaza 110
2 Trirreme B. Baeza 108
3 Mrs. Halllean F. Alvarez 108
4 Fscorlal G. Ramos 102x
5 Paopa Flynn B. Agulrre 124
6Goiazo E. A. Vasquez 120
Pc "Saaclil" Imp. 5 Fft.
S W0.00 Peel Clem
:j-vr-eltf jwinaar et ana ne
11 Fakir A. Reyes R. lOOx
'Parana O. de Leon linx
1oiiver A. Ycaza 118
4 Eocorrlto B. Baeza 103
' Qc::lrack Tips
By LUIS ROMER
I IU (ileal v
4 UuU Flea
: r Inca'ca
-M. Melody (e)
9 Blakemere r Empire Honey
llUrPapp Flynn Golazo
11 Oliver Bacana
Anejo or Carta de 0 ro in High Ball (Ginger Aje or Soda).
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Wednesday Fort Kobbe at
Troopers, Army Atlantic at Na
vy, Fort Clayton at Albrook AFB.
Sept. 15 Troopers at Fort
Clayton, Albrook AFB at Army
Atlantic, Navy at Fort Kobbe.
Sept 19 Fort Clayton at Ft.
Kobbe, Albrook AFB at Navy.
Army Atlantic at Troopers. j
Sept. 22 Troopers at Albrook
AFB, Fort Kobbe at Army At Atlantic,
lantic, Atlantic, Fort Clayton at Navy, r
Sept 26 Army Atlantic at
Fort Clayton, Albrook AFB at
Fort Kobbe, Navy at Troopers,
,' SECOND ROUND
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Sept 29 Troopers at Fort
Kobbe, Albrook AFB at Fort
Clayton, Navy at Army Atlantic.
Oct. 3 Army Atlantic at Al
SWIFTY Rill ftnitnn rkntri.
butes generously to keeping the
Milwaukee Braves, on the move,
One of the fastest players of the
game, he 'covers a county 'in
center field, .gets on base andvis
one of the superior baserunners.
lose your shirt
t at it
I I yl r v v.
and kC2i itxin!
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brook AFB, Fort Kobbe at Navy,
Fort Clayton at Troopers.-
Oct. 6 Troopers at Army Atr
lantlc, Fort Kobbe at Fort Clay Clayton;
ton; Clayton; Navy at Albrook AFB. 't--
Oct. 1Q Navy at Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, Army Atlantic at Fort Kob Kobbe,
be, Kobbe, Albrook. AFB at Troopers.
Oct, 13 Fort Kobbe at Al
brook AFB, Troopers at Navy.
Fort Clayton at Army Atlantic.,
THIRD ROUND i
Oct 17 Fort Kobbe at Troop Troopers,
ers, Troopers, Fort Clayton at Albrook
AFB-, Army' Atlantic at Navy:
Oct 20 Albrook AFB at Ar
my Atlantic,. Navy at Fort Kpb-
be. Troopers at Fort Clayton.-.
Oct 24, Army Atlantic at
Troopers, Fort Clayton at Fort
Kobbe, Albrook AFB at Navy. :
Oct 27 Fort Clayton at Na Navy,
vy, Navy, Fort- Kobbe at Army Atlan Atlantic,
tic, Atlantic, Troopers at Albrook AFB.. 1
Oct 31 Navy t Troopers,
Albrook AFB at Fort Kobbe, Ar
my Atlantic at Fort Clayton. ;
' : FOURTH ROUND
Nov. 3 Troopers at . Fort
KObbe, Navy at Army Atlantic.
Albrook AFB at Fort Clayton.
Nov. 7 Fort Clayton at
Troopers, Fort Kobbe at Navy,
Army Atlantic at Albrook' AFB.
Nov. 10 Navy at Albrook
AFB. Fort Kobbe at Fort Clay
ton, Troopers at Army Atlantic
Nov. 14 Army Atlantic at
Fort. Kobbe,. Albrook AFB at
Troopers, Navy at Fort Clayton.
Nov. 17 Fort Kobbe at Al
brook AFB, Troopers at Navy,
Fort Clayton at Army Atlantic.
(Note: All games begin at 7:30
p.m. -Trooper home fames will
be played at Ft Amader, Army
Atlantic home games at Fort
Davis and Navy home "games at
GUN CLUB NOTES Sports x.
Tne Balboa Gun ciub and tne
Canal Zone Police re-enforced by
Port. Capt Tony Roessler and
Judge Deming had one of the
toughest "pistol matches that
have been seen on the Police
range. The last order on the first
phase of fire all .had perfect
scores. The ''Old Timer" said
that .was the first time in their
memory that all contestants
fired a perfect score on any
pnase. ; .-i'.-v. i ,(.. ?.
weamer Bass nred a-198 ; for
high score. N. F "Nobby" Keller
was second with 197 for the Gun
Club while Bob Engelke was high
for the police with a' 194. The
pressure on this match brought
several or trie scores down.'
Following- are the individual
Canal Zone police;'.' V
'Bob Engelke 194.
Marty LeVee 189
Pete Proback 187
Sid Hayes .s.. 187
Bob Mills 185
Tony Roessler 179
Ed Husum ......
Sgt. J. Hatcher
Balboa Gun Club
Nobby Keller .v. ..;,. i 197
C Mcljvalne ........ ...194
S. Duke j., 187
Wayne Lucas .......... 18
Pfc V. Morgan 185
Sgt Gene Vegna ....... 183
Paul Anderson 183
Archie Turner 180
Fred Wella 176
Pfc Matuazek ........... 170
6p3 Mathews 132
The next. Gun. Club Police
shoot will be held at the Balboa
Gun Club range Sept 22 over
the Practical, police Course.
The Balboa Gun Clulv will
hold a practltfe big bore match
Sunday starting at 0900 hours.
The course of fire will be a mod-
med National. Match .Cours& i
on sept: is there will be an
NRA approved, pistol. matchv At
the Balboa Gun Club. This will
be 22 caliber revolver or pistol
90 round match. All members of
all Canal Zone Gun clubs, police
ur mcniucrs 01 me u.s. Armed
Services are Invited to partlcl
pate. ... ;
Confident featherweight vet veteran
eran veteran Black Bill, who tangles with
unbeaten Jesus, santamaria in
an1 eight-round. feature bout it
the Colon Arena Sunday night,
said yesterday h, respects San
tamaria. as a promising, capable
young fighter .but that he had
no doubts that lie -(Bill)- would
be. the. winner. v ; -,r .
1 "Santamaria V mred, g-,
gresslre boxer," said Bill after
roughing np two sparmates in
six rounds with the ghve( en
yesterday afternoon at. the
National Gym. ."But," he went
on, "just getting in there aftd
throw'ng punches. wildly does
not mean, he to going -ta peat
jna. . r r . (
' He Ucka something that can
be, p.i c k e d up only with
time experence,', ;said ; BUI,
"and. that's, 'what.. I plan; jo use
against nun euncay.
vMy Job will be, to let him
wear out himself ; in the. early
rounds, and wneij hr slows down
l will, .really, start working- on
'Bill said that.he -noticed, that
in Santamaria last firht. when
ne -gainea a. spin decision, over
Vicente Worrell; the -.Colon
youngster seemed on his way to
an. easy, victory afte the first
to rounds, but WorrelJ : came
strongly in the Jater stanaas xrf
tne six-rounder to. make the ver verdict
dict verdict real close, :
Had that fight -gene, eight
rounds,", insisted Blllj "I ihink.
.Worrell would have- been the
winner, and don't forget, fin finished
ished finished the 24-year-old veteran
from Panama City's Guachs
pali district, "thk will be the
first time that he '(Santama '(Santamaria)
ria) '(Santamaria) will be ; going ever six
'If. Black Bill is able to nut his
theories into practice Sunday,
fans are in jor an-" interesting
evening. 1 -.
General admission is '75 cents.
Breves' I itinsy x
To Ro:d Trip
VMILWAUKEE. Sent 7 (UP)
Manaager r rea Haney 01 mu
waukee has made a rather unu
sual -.statement, y-jy
Most" teams prefer to ulay at
home but Hanev said he is look
ing -f forward to the Braves' 14
gan road trip starting; today at
Chicago. Haney explained it this
way "after -Milwaukee dropped
three in a row to Cincinnati -r-
"The trip will he sltmulatlng.
The boys get in a rut during a
long: home stand. A change pf
scenery won't do any harm
Haney went ra-''Besldes. we
have been a good road club all
season. I don't see anv reason
for a, change now." Milwaukee
has won 36 away. from, home
while losing 24. ,l,
Haney admitted the loss of In
jured1 third baseman Ed Mat Mathews
hews Mathews hurt the Brave in those
three losses. "But added Hney,
mcae win be back on Friday
and I may have to make some
other lineup changes. We fust
haten't been hitting. : V
Haney refused to speculate on
the chances-' of Cincinnati or
Brooklyn,. Cincinnati trails by a
game and one-half while Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn is two games back. The Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee manager said 'I'm not
worried aoout any team except
the one we are playing at any
particular time. Chicago is the
club that Worries me now.. We
play them next" v
Haney wound un savlni "We
need a few hits that's ail. Theft
is no substitute for them.'r'
Another contending manager
has been given a Tote' of confi
dence from the front office. The
Brooklyn Dodgers indicate Wal Walter
ter Walter Alston will be. back for-1957
win, lose or draw. Vice-President
Buzzy Bavasl refused to come
out flatly and say Alston will re
turn. But Bavasl did admit as
far as the organization is con
cerned we're perfectly satisfied,
it's not the manarer that wins
ior loses pennants it's the ply-
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Editor: CON'SADO SARCEANT
St Louis .
New York .
J94 28 'i
t TODAY'S GAMES -Milwaukee
Cincinnati at St Louis (N)
New York at Brooklyn (2, T-N)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N)
New York at Brooklyn.,
Only game scheduled.
Unicrwu' Sept 13
The Panama Women's Golf
Association will hold their an annual
nual annual Isthmian Championship
Tournament at Brazos Brook
Golf Club with qualifying rounds
beginning September 13. The
first 18 bole -round niayea be
tween Sept, 13 and 16, will be
the qualifying round.
g ... i. ....
Don't any of you girls who are
not familiar -with USGA rules go
out and practice around the
greens or play nine after Sept.
12 as you would be automatical
ly disqualified. Just a reminder
to check your new rule book. All
members of PWGA may play
practice- rounds, the week prior
to Sept. 13. ; '
Qualifying rounds must he
played in a threesome or a four foursome
some foursome with at least one PWGA
member to verify the score.
Four flights of eight wiu fee
established, .elvlng the. low- and
high handicappers a' chance to
win her. flight. C -;',; ",'
f ..i.;.':'..'-'.'"'i'.'r ;t ii.
r .The Tegular monthly PWGA
meeting will be held at Brasos
BrooK Golf Club on Sept 15
and any PWGA member desir desiring
ing desiring to qualify for the Isthmian
Championship Tournament at
the same time may do so.
All members are urged to nar-
tlfclpate in the tournament as it
is the big event of the year.
Anyone has a chance to win In
their respective flight. Even
thos who lose out will have
fun lust watching the competi
tion among our hotsnot players
in the championship flight They
are already on the practice
greens and tees getting ready
for the weeks to tome. It will be
a battle to the end and the best
gal will definitely win.
There are prizes for each flight
and from the past experience of
seeing the selection it will be
well worth your while to try for
any one of them. ;
We hope to see a good turnout
so all of you sign with your rep representative
resentative representative early and designate
S "rather you are qualifying for
e championship tournament.
There win be another remind
er next week and the lineup for
the -regular- PWGA tournament,
tcp i:.sect tc:.::;it
' Will Net Slain-Harmlett I
and Animals whan Uid a
;. v; Costs tss and Kilt Fsfr.'
' Man most Mgb pressure bombs
' Al Mett Retail Store
Teams A w
New York . 86
Cleveland . 75
.4 '3 1 J
Detrot ..... sis
Kansas Citvv 4.1
Washington at New York m
Chicago at Oeveland (N)
Detroit at Kansas City (N)
Boston at Baltimore (2, T-N)
Baltimore ion r
Washington I00166 00x7 is a
Moor, Consuegra (1-3) Ta
verink o'Dell, Wares .n l
Trlandos, Gastall. r
Stone 5-5), Byerly and Eer
Detroit 100 201 209 19 1
Kansas City 000 000 000 0 4
'. Lary (16-13) and Wilson.
Ditmar (10-20), Herriare, Cri.
mian, McMahan and Smith.
Only games scheduled.
GALVESTON, Tex., ept. 7
(UP) Cancer-stricken Raha 7.
harlas, in good spirits but faclrr
a numuon problem, is steadily
losing; weight, a medical hulls tin
revealed today. ;
Tne usual mid-morning report
from John Sealy Hospital statsd
that Mrs. Zaharlag had spent
another comfortable nfjrht, that
tKre had beea no a 1 mm-
plications and that, meJicRKy
speaking, her cond:Uon reaiain reaiain-ed
ed reaiain-ed unchanged. -.
'.'Her problem of, late has fcp?n
that of nutrition since she has
no appetite the bulletin stated.
"Consequently there has been
additional weight loss in the
past Malays.": r ,
The hospital would not sav
Just how much-weight the Babe
had lost, but some months aco
she was reported Vunder 100
pounds" from her normal weight
of about 140.-- '..-''- ":',.:
The doctors report 1 said the
Babe was attempting to take
more nourishment in the form
of milk by mouth. She has been
fed intravenously since an od-
eration three weeks ago.
SA HU T
I -a 1-.- 'W!ue)lMHI
il.2 r.iXAju amip.ican an D.r:rr.:r.vr daili kewspapeji
dial, and Oth
if And Tit Dante istallation of officers, Grand Knight
t Amador Officer' Club jTomfords stated he would lose no
A cnat and tie dance will be time in getting preprationa lor the
1 st tne ort Amaaor Army-isa-, oau unaer way.
? i ;b Saturday from 8:30 p.m.
t: 12:30 p.m.
Lucho Azcarraga and bis orches orchestra
tra orchestra will furnish music.
Knights Plan Annual
Co'umbua Day Ball v-
Kiihard J. Tomfords,' newly e-l-cted
Grand Knight of Panama Panama-E
E Panama-E a !ioa Council 1371, Knights of Co-
in coiumDus nay Ball is one
of the oldest annually held dances
organized in the Canal Zone. It is
also the top social event of
Knights of Columbus.
Traditionally, it provides a eoal
for, each incoming administration
to shoot at an attempt to -better
previous committee's efforts. As
In rt: bus. announced the completion
a result the Columbus Dav Ball
of h s selection of Committee
is looked forward to each year as
Chairmen for the Annual Colum
bus Day BalL
Following last week's formal in
iop iiigni entertainment.
' -'.V M r v'.A
I f h- r t-v--.M
' tick notice fee btclini in this
column sheiild be submitted to
rysx-wrlttaa farm and mailed to in
ef the Members IhHi 4ail ha
"Sociil and OthtrwiM," er deliver
.i by head H the eftice. Netices ef
wettings caaaef be SCMated by
Atlantic Camera Club
El.ck Ami White Meeting
The Atlantic Camera Club will
hold its Black and White meet meet-in
in meet-in 2 in the club rooms. Mt. Hope
at 7:45 p.m. Subject for the month-
jy print competition wiu De bett
Special feature, will be a PSA
tape recorded lecture by Angel De
iioys, Hon. PSA-FPSA; also a Ko Kodak
dak Kodak Informational Film, "L e t's
Isthmian Chapter Of American
Guild Of Organists
The Iathmian Chapter of the A-
merican Guild of Organists will
hold their vfirst annual meeting
Monday at 7 p.m. at the Union
Church at Margarita.
An illustrated talk will be given
. at uio meeting by Mr. Artnur Al
bright about the pipe organ (Es-
ty) now being used in Margarita
All organists and choir directors
are invited to attends r
- Tacific aide members plan to
take taka the 4:40 train across to
the Atlantic Side to attend the
meeting. "r i "'.
For? further Information' call
!.rs. Faya Wheeler 3-3569 or Mr.
Earl Keeney 3-1789.
Club Ce;!n$ Fter
The Pat Morgan Garden Club
of Rainbow City takes nleasure
in announcing its starting of a
new course in flower arrange arrangements
ments arrangements at the Rainbow City Study
Han on Monday, Sept. 10. The
public is cordially invited. The
course as usual is free of charge
and will last for a period of six
weeks. The classes will be held
every Monday and will begin
prompuy ai 7 p.m.
All persons interested nlease
call: Mrs. Mabel Anderson. Cris.
3120; Mrs. Mavis Mulgrave, Co Colon
lon Colon 175; Mrs. Nellie Blake, colon
1195; Mrs. Ethlyn Belgrave, Cris.
2760: Mrs. Giadyi Forde, colon
Equaf Births, Jap
Ministry Reports u
TOKYO. Sent. 7 fUPi Jan.
nese women had almost as many
legal abortions ; as births last
year, ine welfare Ministry report
ed yesterday. .
It said 1,170,143 abortions were
registered with the government
ana i,7in,040 Dirtns. Broken down,
the figures showed two abortions
xor every three births.'
... Officials said that if illegal a
bortions were reported, there
probably were more abortions
than birtha during the year. Abor
tion is legal in densely populated
Japan under specified conditions.
St. Luke's To Feature New Classes
For Parents, ; Children To Attend
- A new concept of Church school
teaching is" to oeginat'tne Cathe Cathe-dial
dial Cathe-dial of i t. Jiiike in Ancon Sunday
morning at 9:15 a.m. r
f A large, well-trained staif of
teachers make up the faculty this
year, v.ith toward J. Lucas as
'Alter spending a month in train
ing, tne laculty is convinced mat
tne courses oiiered to au grades,
Irom tne four-year-oid to We col
lege sludet, are on a par with
any educational system available
toaay. ine weau a tfibie cuss
makes it possible for parents to
snare in tne church Scnool with
the children. .
Ah parents are requested to
come with ineir cuildren this Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, so that they may share the
worship service, and receive the
parent s 'manual that is available
lor all For their special conve convenience,
nience, convenience, the Dean's Bioie class will!
be conducted In the name of the
Cathedral at the same time as
the classes for the children.
The courses being1 ofered ; are
from the Seabury series of .cours .courses,
es, .courses, which has. been produced by
the Episcopal Church after ten
years of research and experiment.
One of the important feature a a-bout
bout a-bout the courses is the stress laid
on parental cooperation in the train
ing oi we. child.--; .; ,,-..
The members of the faculty in include
clude include Col. Hugh M. Arnold, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Gerhardt, Mr. and
mrs. rrea Denton, Mr. and Mrs.
George Makibbin. Mra. Virginia W
Peterson, Donald Tribe, Mrs. Stan
ley W. Trow. Mr. and Mra I.anMn
D. Lampert, Mrs James Price,
Maj. s and Mrs.. H. M Lovelace,
jur. ana jars, t rans: De Geer, Mrs.
Wilburn C. Dunscombe, : Mr. and
Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mr Pnatw
Edward Mets and Miss Ber&lce
nets. Mrs. Grace Dunlap is the
Church school treasurer..
Free transportation will be pro-
viaea to ana irom tne cathedral
on Sunday mornings. There is a
map oi ous routes in Bishop Mor Morris
ris Morris Hall at the Cathedral, and also
in each of the Pacific Side Club
For those with children of pre-j
scnooi age, oaoy-sitters are sup supplied
plied supplied so that the parents may be
free to attend both the Bible Class
and the XL a.m. Service of Wor
ship: Everyone is Invited to share
in this School of Religion, not mat matter
ter matter what background he may be.
oe. ; :
TV COMES TO GORGAS American Legion Post No. 1 presents a TV set to Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital for entertainment of the patients. Shown at the official-presentation are from left to
right Dr. E. H..Hartman, R. E. George, Post Adjutant, Mrs. M. E. Becker, Unit Rehabilita Rehabilitation
tion Rehabilitation chairman, Dr N. Newport, post chaplain, CoL N. E. Wiley, Superintendent of Gorgas
Hospital, Mrs. J. L. O'Connel, unit president, A. J. Gasperi Jr. Post commander. Miss Sara
Bomberg,' Red Cross Recreational Supervisor."
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NEW EXEC OFFICER Marina Lt. Col. George W. E. Daughtry
'(right) formally "relieve? Lt. Cbl. W. F. Myerhoff as executive
officer of the Marine Barracks; 15th Navai District, Meyer Meyer-hoff
hoff Meyer-hoff is being assigned -to the Marine Corps Base, Camp
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keeps fresh indefinitely. It's always ptm and
aae so you can keep a supply handy all the time.
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or "snack times" and especially on Fridays and other meatless
aaya miring tne year, your whole family will enjoy a special
treat with Aunt Jemima pancakes. So quick and easy to make
. t . so appetising and fluffy-light every timet
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FBI Stumped In Clue Search
For Kidnapper-Killer Of Baby
HAMDEN, Conn., Sept T (UP)
, The viUl organs ol six-week-old
Cynthia Ruotolo were sent to the
FBI laboratory today to determine
the cause of her death.
Inree boys fishing found the bo body
dy body in a plastic potato bag yester yesterday
day yesterday cne. -.
State's attorney Abraham un unman
man unman questioned the baby's mother,
Mrs,. Eleanor Ruotolo, over three
times in 10 hours after she viewed
the body with her husband, Ste Steven,
ven, Steven, who already had identified
Mrt; Hootolo, sobbing and near
returned to her home
-escorted by two policemen and a
- priest. f '' ;
"Detectives searched the Ruotolo
house and yard yesterday. They
disclosed they, were trying' to
match a piece of wire which was
used to close the top of the trans trans-parent
parent trans-parent cellophane bag in which the
baby was placed.
-The state s attorney said that no
ne has been arrested.
There was no evidence of sexual
molestation in the case," Ullman
toldtewsmen. "You have been told
everything that can be told. He
Replied "no comment to all out-
er questions. ; ; -r ;
BWaytd Cynthia's body was
' recovered from Lake Whitney
less than a mile away from th
Sears-Roebuck stort where .she
was stolen while her mother was
eating at lunch counter. On Only
ly Only Monday, searchers had drag dragged
ged dragged Mill River, a small stream
near the Sears store,, and Lake
v Whitney a public reservoir Into
which the stream drains.
' Ruotolo,' 33, ; conferred with As As-sistart
sistart As-sistart State's Attorney Arthur T-
Is Polio Slumping!
I WASHINGTON; Sept. 7 (UP) ; ;-Public
Public ;-Public Health Service figures in indicated
dicated indicated today that the 1955 polio
easod 'may have passed its peak.
"The- service said M eases
( wtr' reported over the nation
1 last. Week compared to M3 the
previous week. It was the first
drop, in the number of cases
sine the polio season began last
torirto. '"' ' r"1"'"'
' The health service noted that
over a five-year period, the aver
age iime ior poim cases;
peek incidence has been the sec
nnd week in SeDtember. It caution
ed, however, that there is always
rianeer of later rises.
The number of cases in hard-hit
Chicago last week was 62, com
parrd with 100 for the previous
week. It was the third shccseslvr
week in which the number of cas-
!e had declined in Chicago. i
' Polio cases this year have been
running far below last year's lev level.
el. level. Last week's 866 cases com compared
pared compared with 2,056 for the compara comparable
ble comparable week of 1955. And for the en entire"
tire" entire" "disease year" to date, there
have been 7,827 cases in 1956 com compared
pared compared to 15,128 in 1955.
Weather Or Not
, This weather report, for the 24
hours ending a.m. loday, si pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch of the Pan-
... ams Canal Company:
Low ,1 . .
- WATER TEMP,
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
TODAY 75c. 40c.
1:30,3:05, 5:00,7:00,9:09 p.m
Cacxh in his greatest role
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f, '."21 JHT.ru K.,""tlf fX kusi
Gorman after viewing he body of
"We're definitely satisfied the
body is that of Cynthia Ruotolo,"
The body was recovered about
three miles from the $16,000 ranch
tvne home of the Ruotolos at a
point where the lake front is heavi
ly wooaea. adoui i.uuu pouce ana
volunteers had searched an area
extending a half mile in every di direction
rection direction from the Sears stort af after
ter after the kidnaping.
The sack containing the body
was spotted floating on the lake
by the three boys who hooked it
with a ush line and towed it sncre.
After opening it, they telephoned
police and the lot who cordon
ed off the entire lake. .
Police said the kidnaper, believ
ed to have been a dark-skinned,
dumpy woman, apparently aban abandoned
doned abandoned the baby shortly after car carrying
rying carrying her from the store crowded
with about 4,000 Saturday shop shoppers.
pers. shoppers. They said the baby had been
dead for several days. Her fore forehead
head forehead was bruised.
" Two priests, hastily summoned
by. FBI agents, gave thereby
the last rites of the Roman Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic church while the body lay
on the shore. Another priest went
to the Ruotolo home, to toll fhe
parents the baby was dead.
Medical Examiner Sterling P.
Taylor and Coroner James J.
Corrigan took the body to the
Grace-New Haven Hospital where
an autopsy was to be performed
to determine the cause of death.
Police said the Dlastic notato
bag in which the body was found
protected it froiA the water and
kept it from decomDsoine. The
body still was clothed in night
dress the baby was wearing when
kidnaped. It floated to the surface,
irom aoout 12 feet of water.
Police said the kidnaper appar apparently
ently apparently tossed the body into the
water from the woods fronting the1
lake after weighting it down with:
a stone.'. ; v-..-- -:
There still was no solid clue to!
the identity of the kidnaner. but
it was believed the potato sack
might give them something to
work on. The' FBI assigned an ar
tist to draw a sketch of the wom woman
an woman described by seven witnesses
who saw her with a baby in the
Sears parking lot after the abduc
tion. v .'.' .w' v i.'M',: :- .'
It was' the second time in two
weeks that a kidnaped baby has may be. inviting high blood pres pres-beeai
beeai pres-beeai found dead. Thirty-three- sure, a jeport to ,.the American
old Peter Weinberger, kidnaped Physiological Society meeting berej
irom ms carnage at the west
bury, N. Y., home of his parents
July 4, was found dead in a wood
ed area- Aug. 23. The confessed
kidnaper, Angelo Lamarca,, 31,
who led Police to the hnrlv. will
go on trial for kidnaping and
der at Mineola, N. Y. Oct. 1.
The kidnaping of the Ruotolo
baby boro a striking resembl resemblance
ance resemblance to the abduction of three,
year-old Stephen Damman from
in front of an East Meadow,
N. Y. supermarket last Oct. 31
while hi mother shopped., The
Damman child has not boea
found.' j '. i ?
The tragedy was the third In as
many years in the Ruotolo home.
Two years ago, one of their chil
dren died in a nursery accident,
and another child died earDer of
penumonia. The parents have two
other children, Gary, 8, who
started the school term yesterday,
and Susan, 20 months, who' has
been cared for by a friend of the
Ruotolo and his wife, xleanor,
29, had made" desperate" sppe.'
over radio and television for t:
kidnaper to return their baby vn
harmed. Rurtoto said they neeu.
the baby "desperately." I
Probe To Open
On Foreign Aid
Can WH V, f.onro. TLH. ...
in c.-.t. 4.i..-
tion of the foreign aid program ( e
fore becoming special ambsr ,r
to NATO, hir office said t
Foreign Relations Comni.ktfc, i..
W VUi Jfc V VUKllluaiu Uk t
now in Europe. He is retiring f..v
Congress this year, ending lit Z
year career in the Senate, ;
President tasennower a a m f.
George his special ambassad r t
NATO to take effect en Gc
retirement. .. .. j
His office said ueorge r
turn next month to serve out his
term as chairman of a specul sub
committee making a full-sca tu-
dy of the mutual security program.
Command of the six-man sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee will pass td Sen. f-o-dore
F. Green (D-R.I ) w h n
George retires. The group os i j
uled to submit its report Jia. 31.
The subcommittee's wois may
naraUel that of a Cit s' I W
ry Committee appefl t. J t PreJ-
dent Eisenhower r s we t under
he 'Chairmans.,'3 (I T mm F.
Fairless, former i t uraian
of the U. S. Steel (
. The Senate last J the,
special usbcommtwe v. s- y the
aid program. Gw ?-:t t plan
ned to study ope
prosrum during it s
$.k V "( 'i
ulet the people
GOP Truth Squads Once Again;
P I a n To Lea pfrog Is s u e s I n R a ce
WASHINGTON. Sent: T (UP) 1
The Republicans said today theymittee said in response to oues oues-will
will oues-will revive their 1952 "t r u t h tions that the type of campaign
squads" this fall to give the voters
the. facts" on statement ny for
mer President Truman and other
The decision was announced ny
Chairman Leonard W, Hall of the
Republican National Committee.
Ha said it was reached reluctant-
lv but that "we have no alterna-
tive" .because' of the "low level of
Hall noted that in the 1952 cam
paign the GOF team of re researcher
searcher researcher and speaker Including
several senators and representa representatives,
tives, representatives, leap-frogged ahead and be behind
hind behind Mr Truman, on his whistle-
stop tour." 1
"Through press conferences or,
public meetings they would cor correct
rect correct his statements or refresh his
memory on the facts." the GOP
chairman said. 4 t
Hall's announcement mention-
' ed no names except that of Mr,
Truman. The fiery-tempered ex ex-President
President ex-President waged atypical
"glv 'em hell" campaign'
gainst the Republicans in 1952
and has promised a repeat per
formance this year.
Fati People f On S Irregular S Dieti :
Are Iriyitirig c High1 Blood Pressure
ROCHESTER, N. C, Sept. -(UP)--
Overweight people who pe periodically
riodically periodically go on diets, only to go
back to eating fat-rich foods again,
said today :
Thu rniMirt. hv researchers of
the Creighton University School of
Medicine, Omaha, Neb., also said
diets high in animal fat may be
I pane of an increase in hvoer
mur-'tension (high blood pressure) and
heart attacks in the United State!
The researchers. including l.
M. Wilhelmi. A. J. Carnano ind
H. H. McCarthy, described experi
ments made on the blood pressure
of trained degs. k
Thev said: the average Ameri
can goes through irregular cycles
of over-eatinc a hich-fat diet, then
fastins to reduce, and finally, af
ter finding restricted diets irk irksome,
some, irksome, resuming a fat-rich- diet.
Over a period of more than a
year,' the report said, the dogs
were subjected to fasts, then refed
with diets contining 50 per cent
or more, of the calories from but
ter or beef suet. The "fat episodes'
were repeated six times in J4
The first abnormal result noted,
:.led In Crash
-1 : ;.?s--'.:... r .;'iv'".
. WESTPORT, Conn., Sept. 7
UP) -i. Cartoonist" Alexander
ivmnnd. who drew the comic
dp "Rip Klrby" and created
lother, "Flash Gordon," waa
kaied yesterday when the sports
cat he was driving swerved out
t hit trA. ann T.nrnHU
II uve w
I ktiother ; cartoonist. Stanley
'Drake who draws The Heart
of JMliet Jones," a passenger i
car whteh he owned auer.
v as in a hospital in serious con
Thd accident haDDened on
wlndine- countrv highway short
v after rain had beeun to fall.
ivmnnd was -ninned beneath
e wreckage until passersby
uUed him out. He was deciar-
t'l neaa on arrival ut, num
v.a'oital of a kuu iracture ana
muitinla internal Injuries.
Raymond was also the creat creator
or creator of "Secret Ant X-9" in col
laboration with mystery writer
UashleU Hammet ana -jungle
' He dispensed with all his car
toons in 1944 to see action as i
marine captain In World War
II on Okinawa and Borneo. After
hl military service was enaea
h created "Rin Klrby" whom
he described as an attempt at
a "realistic" nerov in a nigwy
imaginary medium. v
"'. He remained an avid sports
man and was an enthusiastic
aidlaolfer and badminton player.
Ravmond is survived by his
1 widow, Ielen, and five children, aiiiorce aaiiL.
knew the truth end the eeuntry is tajen Abrehem TJntoln.
PANAMA. R. P, FRIDAY,
A spokesman for the GOP com-,
the- conduct will determine
whether-"truth squads" are; as-
sicned to Adlai E. Stevenson and
Sen. Estes Kefauver, the Demo
cratic presidential and vice presi presidential
dential presidential nominees.. ,,Mlll
He noted that Hall did not limit
use of the "truth squads" to Mr,
Truman but said they would be
used "whenver the occasion aris
es." He said the committee alrea
dy had received some calls urging
it to assign a squad to answer
Stevenson's foreign policy criti
The committee already Is busy
turning out statements answering
the Democratic nominee s attacks.
In a new one today, Rep. Charles
A. Halleck (R-Ind.X struck back at
Stevenson's claim that bUf con
gression "wrecking crews'V have
blocked much of President Eisen
hower's Drogram.t j v ii. 1
Stevenson said earlier today at
San Francisco that the record
shows that- the same GOP con-
iressmen who cheered "forward-
lookine" parts of Mr. Eisenhow
er's speech accepting his party's
the report said, was a tendency
for the blood pressure to rise dur
ing long fasts instead of falling.
As the experiments progressed, the
blood pressure continued to rise
to a truly hypertensive level and
soon became fixed and indepen
dent of the diet. ..
The scientists said the experi
ments suggested that diets high in
animal fat and the irregular use of
reducing diets may be one cause
of Ai&h blood pressure. They noted
that the diet of the average Ameri
can contains about 40 per cent
fat, and that of the business and
professional classes often approach
es 60 per cent. i
4 Jets Refueled
n Air By Ilavy 1 ;
if'. T' I
WASHINGTON. Sent. T (UPl -I
me Navy's "Tradewind" sea
plane tanker has successfully re
fueled four let flehters simulta
neously in flight in aes than live
Four Grumman F9F-I Couear
Jet Fighters from Miramar Naval
Air Station. San Diego. Calif., were
refueled from the P3Y's four-wing
tanks at an altitude of 10.000 feet.
The test took place 10 miles off
the coast of La Jolla. Calif. It
was another step forward in U.S.
military efforts to extend t h
range of fighters assigned to pro-
leci atom ano emer nomoers en-
route to their targets.
Tne wavy, in a Joint announce announcement
ment announcement last night with Convair Divi Division
sion Division of the General Dynamics
Corp. said the four engine Turbo
Prop "Tradewind" carries e-
nouch fuel to service eieht fiiht-
er pianes. It is one of u such air-'
craft built at Convair's San Diego
piam lor tne navy as a dual pur
As a transport, the "Tradewind
can carry 25 tons of cargo, up to
103 passengers, ot colbinatloa
loads. The seaplane has a bow bow-loading
loading bow-loading door similar to an LST for
i I- i .
uDiuuuing cargoes airecuy on ine
As a refueling tanker, it has
four funnel-shaped hoses in rein
forced plastic, pods attached be
neath the wings. The. hoses- are
automatically trailed out, and the
fighter planes engage them with a
long tubular coupling for the mid
air tueiing. - :-
fuel flows through the hose into
the fighter at 250 gallons per mut
Reported By Reds
" TAIPEI, Formosa. SentT fDpV
The Nationalist air force said
today Us F-84 Thunderjet fighter
S lanes Bank one Communist gun gun-oat
oat gun-oat and damaged three others in
an air-sea battle yesterday off the
The announcement said the
planes, flying a routine mission
over the East China Sea, traded
shots .with eight gunboats. All the
planes returned safely to base, the
SEPTEMBER 7 195$
nomination "voted against those,
same things in Congress." -I
Halleck, assistant House COP
leader, retorted that H is "high
time that the Democrat myth
they support President lisen lisen-hewer
hewer lisen-hewer be destroyed and the need
for a Republican Congress made
He said the Republican 83rd
Congress granted 75 per cent of
Mr. Eisenhower's request while
the recent Democratic Congress
leap. Year Liberalism Hit
By Adlai In Labor Speech
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept.. (UP)
Adlai Stevenson, wooing tne
ann one votes of one of the na
tion's largest labor unions," said
today that tne nepumican .; ; pany
guilty of "leap year liberalism.
H said there would be "no dou
ble talk" in the Democrats' prom promises
ises promises to the working man.
Stevenson and his Democratic
ninninff mate. JSSteS iveiauver.
flew back to Chicago after Steven-
ion's speech to the convention of
h International Association of
The twa men were I v e n a
spontaneous seven-mimrte stand
ing evation by me iu im abl ablegates.
egates. ablegates. In his address Stevenson
said the "Republican wrecking
crew" in Congress would scuttle
any attempt by President ti;
senhower to enact the "forward
looking parts" of his recent San
Francisco .acceptance speech.
Stevenson had the official back
ing of the IAM b the 1952 cam cam-naien.'but
naien.'but cam-naien.'but so far- the union has
not announcea xor oiuier uu.
rfata in 1956. -":'
The Democrstlc presinenuai
nominee departed from his pre
pared text twice. :.
The first time he criticised the
administration's handling of for for-ion
ion for-ion Miin and demanded: "Why
doa't they tell us the -truth?" He
said the oooosition party waa ; sn-
Ung complacently by" and saying
an was weu aurinK uns m vu
"most critical'' periods in all .hi .hi-tory.s
tory.s .hi-tory.s 4 ; ifej X
in another deviation f rom his
text, Stevenson ssid the KepuDU-
can candidates "taut use veiuu-
prata" everv four vears.
" .. . . . i ..
"It's kind of a leap year no no-rallam."
rallam." no-rallam." ha aaid.
"in referrins to what he called
th Rsnubiican wrecking crew, the
former Illinois governor credited
President Eisenhower wim
"eood" accentance speech at the
Caw Palace but said "any resem
blance" between it and the Repub Republican
lican Republican Party "was strictly coinci
He said the record snows
that the same GOP congressmen
who applauded the President s
speech "voted against those same
things in congress.
. "The Republican leaders ar
wlllina t lot President Ei ten-
hewer g ahead and deliver
toeechei." he said, '"but when
they get down t something Im-
pertant say Ilk mining ip
Bintmnts t the National La
bar Relations Beard, they tak
n ichanc.'r ..
Stevenson said that the Demo
crats in the 84tn Congress drafted
legislation to allow disabled per persons
sons persons to get their Social Security
benefits earlier. Mr. Eisenhower
pledged himself to such legisla
Supreme Court I
Judge Retires ;;
On Health Count
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7 (UP)
Associate Justice Sherman
Minton today announced his re
- itirement from the Supreme
Court, effective Oct 15.
Minton said he Is retiring be
cause of poor health.
Minton announced his inten
tions in a letter to President Els
enhower this morning. He said
that because of a circulatory
condition In his legs he did not
acung duties- ot his office.
Later he told a reporter "there
was a time when they waited on
an elderly Justice and told him
koe wasnjt doine his work rieht
I aont want mat to happen to
me. .. .,...-. ,-
Minton, who will be 88 on Oct
20, has been obliged, for the
past year, to us a cane and aP-
jjearui waia wim. auiJCUlty.
battinr a vera n of onW 4
iitL in hnth CftBrM n.oaay inai nig game numer men
aid. Renuhlirini nravirit S9 nar
cent of all votes cast for the Pros
ident's nrofframs. I
"Mr. Stevenson mav ha an ex- :
nert on some thincs." Halleck
said, "but as a House. Republican
leader from the 80th Congress for
ward, I know who supplied the
votes when the chips were down.
And it was the Republicans who
supplied those votes."
tion, he said, but' when the Dem
ocrats "took him at his word" he
threw the whole weight and pow
oi tne administration behiAd
an effort to defeat them.
kzzi Shrtjj OH
be:! Ib'll Cj
WASHINGTON. Sent: t
Former President JHarry
wnined through a series of boIiU
cal chats today, shrugging off the
threat that a GOP "truth squad"
would trad him durini the fall
Mr. Truman told newsmen when!
he arrived at National Alrnort
shortjy before midnight last night
mat u ue Republicans follow him
they "will learn something."
Jovial and smiling he waved at
crowd of banner-wavina vounir
Democrats and tourists On sign
saw "joe smtui wefcomes -HST."
Mr. Trumn also was greeted br
members of the American Politi
cal Science Foundation. He' Willi
make what he called, a "non-partis
an speecn to tne Association s
He blamed lo lunch with mem.
bers of his former White House
staff. He said he also had "many
Democratic VicerPresidential No
minee Estes Kefauver arrived at
the nation's capital and headed bis
suite at tne waynower uoteL Ask-
ea aooui tne "trota squad," he
said "The Republicans don't like
Tbe young Democrats stayed onliens.
to welcome Kefauver.:
Schull Asks Liens
To Fully Sup;crl
CZ Coiniunily Ch:sl
An appeal for suDDort of the
Canal Zone Community Chest
drive which begins next month
was voiced Thursday nigh V by
L 1 rutenant Governor H. W.
Schull, Jr. in an address before
the Balboa Lions club at Its
meeting at the Tivoll Guest
House. V., .4..:::,;-:.v;:,-.,:
He also called special atten
tion to the plana now to consoli
date the various fund-raising
drives during the coming year.
Schull asked the Balboa Lions
to lend their full support to the
forthcoming community Chest
The Lions Clubs have been in
the forefront of activities to bet
ter our communities,'' he said,
"ana nere is anotner opportune
ty for service and leadership."
NEY YORK. Sent. 7 (UPV-The
committee to uraft Gen. Douglas
MacArthur for tue Senate an
nounced today it had surpassed
a goal ox 30,000 petitioner In sup support
port support of his candidacy.
The committee said It had col-i
lected 50,000 signatures in New
York City alone and declared it
was hoping to get 100,000 from
the state as a whole.
MacArthur, 75, has not com commented
mented commented on the efforts in his be
half. Republicans will nominate i
candidate for the Senate post held
Dy retiring sen. Herbert H. us
man on Sept. 10 in Albany.
Calls It Accident;
Huntefi ls, Releasee
CTUDAD TRUJILLO. Dominican
Republic, Sept. (UP) Big
game hunter Kicnard Weldy was
released by police today in the
"accidental shooting" of Robert
Harrison, New York publisher of
Weldy had been in custody since
Tuesday, when Harrison was hit
in the shoulder -with a blast from
a shotgun owned by Weldy.
But everyone concerned said the
shooting' was "accidental," and
occurred when Weldy dropped the
weapon on a rock in a Dominican
jungle and it discharged,
. .Publisher Robert Harrison said
ard Weldy shot hun accidentally
th Dominican Jungles Tues-
day. .... 'i i ,.
He absolved the woodsman of
bla 0 he bore "no
grudge" against the mat whose
ex-wife is the subject of a racy ar
ticle in. Harrison's Confidential
. Harritwi, 51, waa weunded
whil the tw war arguing vr
th artkl hi the expei maga maga-xine,
xine, maga-xine, Th argument and shooting
ccurred in th prsnc f
shapely night club singer Gene'
Ceurtney, a member f Herri-
. (Continued from Page 1) :
Last year MS tnen and women
lost that gamble and wer ar arrested
rested arrested for trespassing. Thir
fines totaled littl vr $7,0Q(L
The contraband inspectors have
rough, tough job. Their duties
involve not only a day-by-day
check in the retail commissaries
but also' a periodic survey of pur
chases made at tne canal zone ga
Every one of them has been as
saulted at least once.
Their clothes have been torn bv
irate violators who resented being
questioned or by friends ot the of
fender, who were doing some se-i
On Intpeetor was even hit ov
er th head with a bag which
contained two cans f tomatoes.
The present type of contraband
control in tne canal zone was an
aftermatch of the 1938 Treaty be
tween the United States and Pa
eeiore 1341 ranama aid main
tained a corps of inspectors who
watched unauthorized persons
leave the commissaries, followed
them Into Panama and ther con
fiscated then- purchases and saw
to it that they wer fined. These
inspectors received half of the fines
as tneir pay.
One of the first steps toward im-l
proving contraband control was the
appointment of a representative
from Panama and on from the!
Canal Zone to provide a regular
and continuing opportunity to con confer
fer confer on the contraband question, as
eontemplated, under .the 1936 Trea-
..-The Executive Secretary h as
been the Canal Zone representative
since in beginning of this coo-
perauv effort. x
band control insoectors was in.
stituted bv th Canal Ton mL
nistration in 1941. It started out
witn mix men. later exnanded to'
ten, .and is now back to six. The
first head of the unit was Philip
i wat now Chief of Civil De-
The inspectors had not been lnne-
on the job before they found, that
they were hampered by the lack
of legal punishment for those who
tried, to buy in the commissaries
wimoui auuiomy. At the sugges suggestion.,
tion., suggestion., of Dade, the commissaries
were "posted,' and Unauthorized
entry into them was considered a
trespass. v r, :: j- s.c
.'After a period of several, months,
uuung wmcn in inspectors warn
to iiunareas. ot men and women,
the arrests began. First offenders
are usually fined 110 and repeatj
iwuwk are iinea up to iza.
Posting th commUiarles and
prevlaion for th tretpatt pu pu-nishment
nishment pu-nishment put teeth mt centra centra-band
band centra-band control. At. .-.
Another aten which haa'hren of
considerable help in cutUng down
comraDano is in limited pnvi-lege-carda
held bv all local-rat em
ployes and by married women whol
are united states citizens and
whose husbands .are workmx in
New cards are Issued to the
local-rat-, workers every month.
and limit their privileges to the
amounts ei their salaries.
And,, of course, a major deter
rent to, contraband is administra
tive action, such as discharge,
suspension, or cancellation of com
missary and aasolin nurchase nri
vuexes, .'.!-!... ,.
Th contraband, insnects foresee
that the removal of commissary
privileges from several thousand
non-resident alien employes at the
ena oi AecemDer may bring uera
aaaiuonai work, and tnev are al
ready making plans as to how they
wut nancue u. .,
T Flying Shears
MUNICH. Germany. Sent.
(UP) Two filers sheared through
a flock, el sheep here last night
during an emergency landing
Th two men wer slightly in
jured., Nine sheep were killed.
Wool littered -the acene.
SHOT-rRobert Harrison, pub.
Usher of Confidential maga-
sine, waa reported In "good"
condition as the result of a ri rifle
fle rifle wound suffered while on a
hunting expedition In the jun jungles
gles jungles near Ciudad Trajillo, Do Dominican
minican Dominican Republic. Big game
hunter Richard Weldy said he :
accidentally shot Harrison
during, an argument over an'
article about Weldy's former
wife, which appeared in the
Ar',r magazine. ;-t,v
r'.i. t. t':- U' :-;,-:- 'Si
sen's hunting party Sh Is suf suffering
fering suffering from shock.
"I 11014 no grudge against WeU
dyV th publisher told The Unit Unit-ed
ed Unit-ed Press from his hospital bed
here. "He cannot be blamed for
The shotgun charge hit t Harri Harri-son
son Harri-son in the shoulder. But he said
he felt better today, after a good
night's rest and planned to return
to New York in a few. days.
A. P.;Govoni, a member of the
magazine staff who was in Har Harrison's
rison's Harrison's hunting party, said he bad
withdrawn a short distance f.o'n
Harrison and Miss Courtney.-
"Then I heard n argument and
law VVelt-y wss there. I was i"v i"v-r
r i"v-r so surprised, in all 1; y liie,"
"Wldy was shouting at Har Harrison
rison Harrison In abusive lartguaf, t
ticulating and insulting hun t r
th magazine article."
' Cevoni said he started toward
the tw men and Miss Ceurtney
but tripped and fell In high
.-grass, '--i':--!';,i.-v-;;r,'-''-.5..vi' .:-
"At that moment, a shot rang
ot," he said.
Weldy said later that he ran for
help when he saw Harrison fall
and also because "I was afraid
Govotu might fire on me as he
had a shotgun. Harrison was not
Their argument stemmed from
the article in Confidential about
Weldy's former wife, actress Pi Pilar
lar Pilar Palette, who now is married
to. movie star John Wayne.
Govoni said he returned to the
highway where their hunting- par party's
ty's party's car was parked and drove for
Weldy was arrested later on the
road. A search party finally found
Harrison and Miss Courtney yes
terday after an original party led
by Govoni failed to find the jungle
clearing .Tuesday night
Weldy said he had his first ar argument
gument argument with Harrison at the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Embajador here last Saturday
over the magazine article.
Weldv who is six .foot two and
weighs 200 pounds, said he w a s
hunting ferrets Tuesday when he
heard a shot, headed toward the
sound and came -upon : Harrison
and Miss Courtney.
Housing I ncrcc::
The executive board of the Na National
tional National Federation ol r ede r a I
Employes has today requested the
Comn.ander in Chief, Caribb e a n
Command to furnish them wiih ail
available data on the method il
computation of the revised renUl
rates for military; and civu 1 a a
Members of the', NFFE 1 have
been upset about, the proposed
increase In view of the substand
ard housing available to them.
They have therefore requested tl-st
Union take up the cudgels i n
the Council of, United. States
Employes Organization in on. r
to take a united stand..
US Navy Father
To Be Hpnpred
' NEW YORK, Sept. 7 (UP)
group of Congressmen and g
ment representatives sad a'..
the liner America today to Hi Hi-tend
tend Hi-tend the unveiling at. Wef 1, I -land,
Sunday Sept: 16 of a r
rial to Commodore' John 1
"father of the U. S. Navy."
The $10,000 statue, a gift rf ',:
United States to the people rf r r-ry's
ry's r-ry's native Ireland, memo
the officer who receivei
sion No. i in th V. S. Na'.' r-
the sisnature .of prscident