The Panama American


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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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.'is Virgina; Arkansas Aroused

, Attempt! ty wh?t' demonstrator to 'boycott Integrated public tchools spread
yesterday to Virginia and prevented three, Negroes'from enrolling at a junior coilege In
Arkansas. '.;-,,,'','.,' t , ,r r
In Kentucky, nine Negro students who began classes at the mining town of StuVgls
under the protection of the National Guard Thursday failed to return for the second
day. One said that they were staying jw ayj"for fear of reprisals against our fathers.

Two Negro children at nearly
Clay, Ky., also turned back from
school today when they saw a
crowd r.f 75 whte demonstrators
around the building.
But at Clinton, .Tenn., where
National Guardsmen also main maintained
tained maintained order, 12 Negroes com completed
pleted completed their second week, of
classes at the high school with with-"out
"out with-"out incident. ,, ; ( t
. The town of Clinton declared
ft strict curfew, keeping per persons
sons persons under 21 eff the streets
. between 7 p.m. and 4 a m. The
local police force also was doo-
' bled to 12 ,nien and a larte
auxiliary force was beint mus mus-iered.
iered. mus-iered. These precautions were
taken against the day when
the m'litary is withdrawn.
The bovcott action in West
Virginia affected ; five schools
with' a total enrollment of a a-bout
bout a-bout l.00. About 125 white a a-dults
dults a-dults attempted to keep children
and teachers. out of the Mt. Gay
elementary school In Logan
bounty. At Bluefield, a Negro
faiher said he was pushed down
the steps at a grammar school
when he arrived to enroll his
The NegTo, Clarence Kates,
said n unidentified white man
who shoved him shouted: "I'll
kill you when you come ? out."
Kates left safely under police
escort. i :
Heavy absenteeism was report reported
ed reported at schools In Springton, Ar Ar-rista
rista Ar-rista snd Matoaka, W.Va.
Pickets carrying; such signs
as "All white college," "No
' NAAC T goons" turned back
three Keroes who tried to en enroll
roll enroll st i rvarkana. Ark., Junior
f'n Ik. T,.s. kjivjljiii
The rScket line was the latest
demur, ration over the enroll enrollment
ment enrollment of two Negro girls at the
. college earlier this week.; Since
then, two crosses and the effigy
(fa ro have been burned
pnd a t ..r. station owned by a
. j i (roratlon leader i has
tf -n TrPd on. 'v '-; .;
O y 30 to 40 white students
V the Sturgls, Ky. high
""'"'.i Friday as a crowd of a a-?
? a-? 0 fathered near the
n was arrested for

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tiiois Spread

By United Preit
"cursing and getting loud, po police
lice police reported.
A .total of 20 police ears,
twice, as many as on Thurs-
Newsmen" V.
CLAY, Ky., Sept, 8 (UP) Sev-
eral newsmen were threatened by
a crowa oi some so persons today
at the Clay Hieh school where the
throng demonstrated sgainst the
enrollment of Negroes,
The aroused townsoeoole threat
ened to smash camerss and beat
up newsmen who drove the school
grounds from nearby Sturgis after
tw Negro youngsters attempting
to enroll here saw the crowd a a-round
round a-round their school and turned for
home. ,-
Evantvilje, Ind. Courier, wit
the first newsman on the scene.
He was threatened by the crowd
which spotted his camera and
told hint te leave. He did.
Mrs. Francele Armstrone. edi
tor of the Henderson, Ky., Glean Gleaner
er Gleaner and Journal, also was threat threatened
ened threatened after attempting to talk with
Mrs.- Irene Powell, Clay school
principal. . 4
A United Press reporter, James
Kenneisen, was asked by Mrs.
Powell to call state police at Stur Sturgis
gis Sturgis and he reported that members
of the crowd taunted newsmen
sayinp, "We wouldn't have the
trouble here and at Sturgis if it
wasnt for you reporters and pho photographers':
tographers': photographers': The crowd added.
,we can take care of you."
One member of the crowd loM
Mrs. Armstrong, "We might not
take j-our csmera, but we h a v e
plenty of women here who can."
Later When Don Sturgill, assistant
commission of public safety, arriv arrived,
ed, arrived, he told Mrs. Armstrong, "La "Lady,
dy, "Lady, if you think two troopers here
are enough protection against this
mob, then go ahead and take
your rictures."

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; to r t.I.oul i )vf.
In South
day, patrolled the area' as re
ports were received that mi miners
ners miners from nearby communities
were Joining the demonstrat demonstrators.
ors. demonstrators. Three coal mines at near'
by Pleasure Ridge were ; not
workinr today. ; -' ?
One of the two Negro girls
who stayed at home Friday told
United press that a coal mine
superintendent had called her
father and told him he would
be fired if his daughter 1 went
back to class,;,-,) : rV..:','.
-J ,'' ". '.t: . v. v.-The'
The' v.-The' eirl talked to a reporter
in her.nome where arlfle and
shotgun were at hand in tne
bedroom.. The mother of the
girls, who asked not to be iden identified,
tified, identified, : said that all the Negro
families involved had armed
themselves : t
.i "we have to, the ay these
wildcats are," she said. ;. 5i
Meanwhlle ln Georgia a rural
school 'teacher said she faced
the loss tjf her job because she
refused to sign a statement that
she does not believe in integra
tion. ., ... ...
'Mrs. Colleen Marie Wiggins,
26, teacher near Lawrence Lawrence-Tille,
Tille, Lawrence-Tille, Ga., said, she was asked
to sign such a statement by
Gwinnett Countyl School gupt.
R. C. Wilbanks aifter .he told
btr pupils she would not ob object
ject object to teaching a mixed class.
A force of 210 National Guards-
meen and some 20 state police
remained stationed around the'
Sturgis .: school and Kentucky
Adj. Gen.: J. j. B. Williams said
the guard "will stay until next
fall if necessary.". He added,
however, "We i want as little
show of military force as possi possible,
ble, possible, and we want to be friend-ly-'
r. ,
The guardsmen were backed
by three M47 tanks, Including
one. placed directly in front of
the school's main, entrance.
Williams sad the guards
would remain tented In the
school yard ever the weekend
and would be on hand Mon Monday
day Monday fei ease more violence oc occurred
curred occurred with the return of the
Negroes. Shifts of the guards guards-men
men guards-men will be sent to their
homes during the weekend to
obtain clean and warmer
clothing. ..

Suez Talks Waver
As Accord Fades

CAIRO, Sept. S (UP) The Cairo talks on the Sues Canal
crisis foundered and headed for comnlete failure last night.
' The five-nation committee headed by Australian Prime
Minister Robert Gordon Menxles met for three hours privately
to begin drawing up a final report en Its Inability to get Pres President
ident President Gamal Abdel Nasser to agree te Secretary of State John
Foster Dalles' plan for international control of the waterway.

Informed sources said that the
American committee membre, De
puty Undersecretary of State Loy
W. Henderson, had been in con
tract with Dulles, probably by tel telephone,
ephone, telephone, on the crisis which deep
ened after four full meetings with
Nasser. i ; ;;s'
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No new meeting was schedul scheduled
ed scheduled in the talks which were in
recess today because of the Mos Moslem
lem Moslem Sabbath. How:vtr, commit committee
tee committee spokesman Noel Deschamps
aid the freup wevld meet- the
Egyptian President agiin "if on only
ly only for s courtesy's sake." .i
Sources said there probably'
would be some last-gasp try at
reaching agreement, but that most
hff was gone,
j '("rbarops na'i that in a If
- '-.';! 'y" tl i'emiei commit'
i t -!v"T" v v hen
lo meet Nai:r
Menzies was reported SOxiouS to
leave for London Sunday" to report
to Prime Minister Anthony Eden
"There is no provision nor con
temptation to stay another week
in Cairo, Deschamps stid. i
He replied with a curt "no com
ment" to all questions about pro progress,
gress, progress, and appeared more tightlip-


Figures In Ruotolp Kidnap

HAMDEN, Conn., Sept. I (UP)
Authorities said yesterday after
hours of questioning the, mother
of tiny Cynthia Ruotolo that they
oeuevea tne oaoy was ine vicum
of a kidnaper. w.
"As f new, we're proceeding
en the theory el kidnaping and
e murder," said State's Arty.
Abraham Ullman.
: Ullman did hot elaborate bu
ever since the infant was reported
missing lasf Saturday there nss
been a search for a dark-skinned,
dumpy woman who witnesses said
may have taken the baby from
her carnage in a crowded store.
The mother, Mrs. Eleanor Ruo
tolo. 29. was' Questioned three
times in seven hours after the bo
dy of her six-week-old baby was
ftund floating in a plastic potato
bag on a lake yesterday. -9
Mrs. Ruotolo, who has lost tw
other children under tragic cir
cumstances, said that' she discov
ered her baby gone after wheel
ing the carriage from the store
and leaning over te rearrange
packages. A number of shoppers
later reported seeing the dark
Kuuiea mystery wumaa wim
baby. v ;..
Ullman declined comment whei
asked if he believed the kidnape
was someone "unfamiliar", with
the baby. When asked last night if
the mother was regarded as a
suspect. UUman said, "We suspect
everyone. He also bad question
ed Mrs. Paul I. Rebucccl who ac
companied Mrs. Ruotolo On the
shopping trip. A
The body of the baby was dis
covered by three teenage .fisher .fishermen
men .fishermen along the edge of Lake
Whitney less than a mile from
the department store. Two au autopsies
topsies autopsies were unable te deter,
mine the cause of death, end
the vital organs of the baby were
sent to the FBI laboratory in
Washington for further analysis.
Coroner James J. Corrigan said
tne Doay nad a bruise on its fore
bead which caused internal bleed
ing, but the bruise was not suffi
cient to cause death, i
. Auuionues apparently were
working on the theory that t the'
ldnaper may have become frighte"
ed after the abduction and thrown
the baby into the lake. It was pos
sible the baby was thrown from
a car parked on a road running by
the edge of the lake. r
Detectives searched the Ruotolo
home and, yard yesterday in an
effort to match the piece of wire
mai was usea to close the top on
the plastic bag. They also hunted
for rocks similar to that used to
weight the bag.



ped than at any time since the
conference started last Monday.
i Deschamps denied however,
tnat there was any dissension a
mone the i Australian, American.
Swedish, Iranian and Ethiopian
members of tbe- committee. '
Crux of the- deadlock was the
western insistence on the-Dulles
plan for international control
and reported Nasser counter-offer
of- m advisory body 'that
would leave Egypt still m com complete
plete complete control ef the- canal.
The Egyptian press insisted that
there could acceptance of
the western plan. Its denunciations
of it today were coupled with an
attack of Eden as ,a "criminal"
bent on war. '
The influential paper Al Akhbar
secured Eden of being "a m a n
who is snvimis to cover up his r"1-
smiiil f.i.i irt hy exposing t .1 e
whole world to iestructive war."
Eden, in London, was reported
to have' iri'ituted talks with the
United Stater on possible n e x
steps in the explosive situation
- London dispatches said the
Question of the possible use o
force would be held in abeyanc
pending the report from Menzie
next weekr 'V
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An FBI agent was seen carry
ins a clastic baa similar to. tha
in which the body was found into
Ullman's office. It was believed
the kidnaper may have obtained
the baa from stores near the big
department store, center of a shop
ping district.
Agents also carried several bund
Ies of baby blankets snd-clothing
into tne office, apparently lor a
Ktaap Try Fci!:d
As 6-ifear-OIJ Son
01 Doctor Ejects
OAKLAND. Calif.. Sept. S (UP;
Two men in a green car tried
to kidnap the six-year-old son of
a wealthy Sao Francisco surgeon
here late Thursday but were
40iled when child dodged free
r,. ..r.mlnff in him hnmn
police disclosed today.''
Police said the would-be victim
was Richard Butler, son of Dr.
nd Mrs. Edward Dana "Butler.
They said the attempted ; abduc
tion was witnessed by the fami
ly's maid who looked out the
door when she beard the ; boy
scream, .'.J :
. The matter was reported .'to.
police Thursday afternoon,, but.
no action was taken until it was
.brought to the attention of Lt.
Frank Gibbs, acting chief of de-.
.tectives, at noon yesterday. ...
Gibbs said a separate investi investigation
gation investigation would be made to deter determine
mine determine who in the department was
repocsible for failing to follow up
the original report. .. j
Dr, Butier confirmed that "two
men in a sreen car" aooroached
his Sun as he walked home Jfrom
a playmate s home a block away
and tried to entice him into th
He said Richard started to run
for home and one of the men
jumped from the car and chasct
him. He said the boy ran scream
ing lor the front door, but wa
cut off and forced to run for the
rear door instead. :
At this point, the doctor said
the maid peered out the fron
door and at the sight of her the
i man jumped back in the car.

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But Cut May Cost
RP Million-Plus

In Annual Taxes

' Drivers of all motor vehicle will benefit fmm n five

cent gasoline, tax reduction negotiated last night by the
Panama City bus drivers who went on strike last Tuesday
at midniahr.

i Government sources,

wmtn enaea me smite or mianignr last night, would cost
the government at least $1,152,00Q annually.
The strike cam to an end following an agreement
between negotiator for the striker and for the govern govern-ment,
ment, govern-ment, with. Panama Archbishop Francis Beckman pre pre-aiding,
aiding, pre-aiding, to cut the, tax on gasoline by five cents. 7
;V Th. agreement also jncluded the appointment of. a
C5mm!tt38..ti.tuu'yl:!,rfr es aimed at ImDrovir.

working conditions for bus
driver and other arrested
A '24-hour sympathy strike
called by the Typographers Un
ion, which began at 3 p m. yes
teraay. was caiiea on lmmeai
ately after the strike agreement
was reached, enabling morning
papers to be pubiisnea, although
they were later than usual.
The drivers wentf back to
work this morning,'. after at at-tend'ng
tend'ng at-tend'ng a meeting where the
negotiators reported on the.
compromise accord reached 1
at the meeting held at the lo-.
tl Archbishopric. j( -,
Attending the meeting with
the Archbishop were: .Labor
Minister Angel Lops Casis and
Vice President-elect Heraclio
Barlettta, who represented the
government's negotiator, Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto De la Guardla; and Ru Ruben.
ben. Ruben. L. Garcia of the University
Student's Union and Juan de
Dios Herrera of the General
workers Union, In representa representation
tion representation of the strikers The President-elect
was also present at
the meeting.-' ..7. w
Although limited transporta transportation
tion transportation was available every day of
the strike, the effects were be beginning;
ginning; beginning; to be felt in other forms
Housewives reported no meat
and poultry were ava'lable
yesterday. Butchers said cat cattle
tle cattle tricks had not come in
from the anterior fearing dis disorders
orders disorders tn the city. '-r .l. ';!..'
De la Guardia's efforts to
mediate the strike bogged down
yesterday when the strikers re rejected
jected rejected a proposal by the president-elect
to have the Archbish Archbishop
op Archbishop act as sole arbiter of 1 the
strike. --'-'-'
However, yesterday afternoon
De la Guardia withdrew his pro proposal
posal proposal and accepted the drivers'
proposal to name a five-man
committee, 1 n c 1 uding Msgr.
Beckmann, (0 mediate" : t b e
Strike. :
. Both sides hailed the agree agreement
ment agreement which ended' the strike
with the strikers backlnr down
from the original demand lor
a 13-cent cut in the gasoline

30,000 Booklets To Promote
National Defense Week: Here

Approximately 30,000 booklets
are to be distributed la the va various
rious various Canal Zone communities
during the coming Week by the
Volunteer Corps of the Canal
Zone Civil Defense organisation
to promote the Zone-wide, ob observance
servance observance of National Defense
Week. ; ..
President Eisenhower has pro
claimed Sep.t f through 1 es
National, Defense Week through throughout
out throughout the nation. In addition to the
Federal Defense Administration,
state, country, and city agencies
throughout the United States,

said the tax-cut agreement,
drivers, and. the release of all
by police as a result of the
', Informed sources estimated
that the five-cent tax cat a a-greed
greed a-greed upon will pot approxi approximately
mately approximately $900,000 In the pockets
of the bus drivers yearly.
The agreement signed last
night by the negotiators gave
the government until Monday to
issue the decree nrderlnir the tav
cut, which should go Into effect
immediately. -, t, . v
of Aufo Dealer
GiliEleclric Ch:Ir
MOUNDSVILLEi W. Va!, Sept. i
VP) Shnwine
victed murderer Robert Lee' Hop Hopkins
kins Hopkins wss executed in 1h 1tri
chair last night with the father of
we man ne Killed looking on.
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The 27-year old Indianapolis
man, formerly of Kimberly. W.
va., entered the death chamber
at 9:58 p.m. and was pronounced
dead 14 minutes later. v v
Honkins wan rnnvMA nt
degree murder in the slaying of
laumas u arvme of Charleston.
W. Va.. who waa beaten aith
wrench last Feb. 29. r m-'.'-:,-.
The victim's father L. iA.
vine, was one of the 25 witnesses
in the death chamber;
A switch sending 1760 veils Into
Hopains- oody was pulled at 10:03
p.m.' Three physicians examined
Hopkins three minutes Inter mnA
pronounced him still alive. Anoth
er jolt of electricity was sent Into
Hopkins' body and he was pro pronounced
nounced pronounced dead at 10:12. --
Hopkins was returning to rnrfis.
napolis from a visit with relatives
in West Virginia and stopped at
Charleston to steal a car. Ervinc,
a used car dealer, saw Hopkins
inspecting used autos and offered
to give him a demonstration ride.
Ervine was attacked on a side
road near Charleston. He died a
short time after a woman motor motorist
ist motorist spotted his body beside the
Hawaii, Puerto Rice, and the
Canal Zone will actively partici-pate..-
The observance during the
coming week will be a nation
wide campaign to awaken pub public
lic public awerenes of the Importance
of making personal plans for
self preservation in even of an
enemy attack.
The observence will also give
emphasis to the feet that civil
defense Is a matter of concern
te the Industrialised centers and
the smaller communities as
well. Because of the radioactive

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Outline Of
Virgin Seen
On Art Work
Sept. S (UP) Hundreds of per
sons gathered today to view an
outline, alleged to be that of the
Virgin Mary, which appeared on
the paper backing of a painting
of our Lady of Guadalupe.
Many who stood outside the
T ..u a i. 1 .u.
va, wvuie nwobst MUAtiig vnsj
night carried candles and mon money
ey money offerings. They were waiting
to see the outline, which Acosta
said mysteriously appeared on
the tissue paper backing after,
he removed the painting from
its frame.
"I can't expltle It snd hitf don't
know what te de," Acosta said.
"People have been coming day ad
- Acosta, a 36-year-old mechan mechanic,
ic, mechanic, said he was bringing the
painting from the home of his
ucvrsocu uiyuicr wbii muiiuay
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Aitnif wiicti. biic n1Ba ii vim
frame shattered. He claimed he
took the painting from Its frame
jand ruefully mt 1 'n a "-
ui home
"When I returned IS minutes
later 1 saw what I thought was
the same picture back In the
frame." Acosta said. "It scared
my wife." :'..?:
Acosta at first told only a few
friends of the Incident but by
yesterday the news had sores d
and hundreds of persons began
to gather at his house. Sheriff's
deputies, called to handle the
crowds yesterday, estimated that
some 2000 persons had convened
at the home. ; ,v t.
Some ebiervem claimed ne V
painting appeared te have became'
water-ioiked and thterhxed the:
new imag may have mulled from :
the wetting. Acetta maintained
that it did net appear te be the -tame
picture. '. : '
The Rev. Josenh Llobet. nss
top of the Church of Our Ladv
of Soledad. would make na
statement after examining the
image; -t ,.!.. .. ,--; t
Acosta lives In a neighborhood
inhabited by many person of
mexican descent. Our Ladv of
Guadalupe is the patron saint
of Mexico. r
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Typhocn !!:$ ?
Hard hi Okraa ;
TOKY6' Sept. t (UP) A ?4.
mile-an hour typhoon which Indi Indirectly
rectly Indirectly caused the deaths of 11 U.S.
marines in a bathing beach arei-
dent Thursday slammed with tre
mendous force into Okinawa -today,
.r. :,..-f;..
Typhoon Emma, most powerful
storm recorded in the Pacific in
two years', swept into the north northern
ern northern section of the U.S. military
bastion. There was no immediate
reports of casualties or damage.
But the typhoon already had
been blamed for the drowning of
11 marines woo were bathing, on
an Okinawa beach yesterday when
a freak undercurrent sucked them
seaward to their deaths. Twelve
other Marines were rescued from
the powerful underwater current.
The bodies of two of the 11
drowned marines were washed a a-shore
shore a-shore today just a short distance
from the spot where they had been
dragged to their deaths. Both bo bodies
dies bodies were battered.. They were not
identified immediately. t
fallout from nuclear weapon
extending many miles from th
point f detonation, both small
towns and rural communities
tand In danger a Well as th
heevlly populated cities.
Several means are being uti.
Hied to tell the Isthmisn public
th Importance ef civil defense.
In addition te the distribution
f the booklets, circulars will be
potted In the verious. public
places, radio end TV programs
will be used, and special pre.,
grams will be conducted in Csv
nal Zone schools VTA

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There seems to be a de-emphasis on, swimming In the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific area, swimming is an ail year sport in the canal ne.
W raise o,uuu 10 send tne icicls to the states to play baseball,
but the swimmers received only eight inches ot ribbon lot one
fl three Meets this summer (mat beinu tne Junior Olympics)
that the Athletic Department hasn't thougnt important enougn
tb send In the results to the newspapers lor puDllcations.
J, Let's encourage and not discomage tnese cnilaren that
nut out an extra eifortl Less revive tne Bed, White and Blue
'froupe that made tbe Canal Zone jaraous lor swimmers.
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' ttt. .J Wnma onA Ya nn tmilhlA livlnff thrOUEh the

tabor Day weekena; but the slaughter, wnil eshort of the Safe Safety
ty Safety Council's calculation, was heavy. Texas led the parade
with a count of 36 so lar In traffic accidents. In drownings
aid other accidents It was also heavy. :;
T Enjoyed a visit Sunday from an old time Zoner, Mrs.
Etta Ataway of Kerrville, one of the richest towng In the state
(home of the Kerrville Bus lane, a subsidiary of the Trail Trail-ways
ways Trail-ways and i town of beautiful homes). V vi V V.
1 Mrs. Ataway's son, Albert, who grew up in the Zone, is
1 ij ij nteil Inn in Fnrt. Worth.

' Politics ran hot for a time in Texas, but all Is quiet now

except that rappy pass msiiuiie uuuuuwi, ,iihu
beaten In the primaries for governor still wants the Job and
will independent in the gener&l election. If he wins, It.. will
be the first on record to win over the nominee.
i The national election for president and Congress is also
getting hot and Ike Is hurting himself by sticking hisnose to
other people's races. Others have tried it and itdidnt work.
Vottn don't like to be told who to vote for. There will be
some changes, but my guess is a Democratic Congress with a
Republican president. The Demos never had. a better chance
to" win It If they had put up anybody but that, old already
Have'lwMied it since 1478 and If they lose the first time
trfey never win, Just had the same thing happen here for
Governor Ralph Yarboroiigh, a three time loser.
t will take your bet if you are betting on Stevenson and
if it wont run over my dollar limit. ; N
. .. Pop Wright.

t '. .W::v;:;:'-.!:;:::JTtv:-

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There is a fellow who has been

charged by congressional wit witnesses
nesses witnesses with using the basement of

his Washington nome as a clan

destine Dhotoeraphic studio in

which to Dhotoerao'j secret U.S.

military documents for a Soviet

spy ring. . v v

This chao. according to the

records, out into the Soviets'

hands data on "production of ait
nlanes.- their destinations to vari

ous theaters of war and to vari

ous countries, new types of planes
beine put out. information on

when D-dav would be . ."

This fellow, Nathan Gregory bn-

verm aster, charged by the' name
sources with being head of the

most important Soviet spy ring in

the country, has just been given
Harry S. Truman's personal

clearance. He says that Salver
master wasn't "guilty of. any any-thing."
thing." any-thing." :

The ex-President of the U.S.

also cleared Harry Dexter White
and Alger Hiss in- a TV broadcast

out 01 Miiwaukke on LSDor vay

The rest of you can dcDate wuh

Harry Truman whether Alger lhss
was a spy. That's like setting up

an international board of inquiry

to determine whether Mikita
Khrushchev carries a card in the
Communist party of the Soviet


What fascinates me is that

Harry Truman has done,' one of
two norrendous things for political
expendiencey: He has either

cleared three men charged in gov

ernment hearings and documents

with espionage or he is now be

latedly admitting that while. V resi

dent of the U.S. he ienored heavv

documentiftion of such activities

all of which is in government files

he could have had by pressing a

button when he was pressed to
stop Communist control of some

of our vital agencies. ; s

For example, Harry Truman,
then President, could have called
for the Civil Service Commission
files on Silvermaster, whose

buddy. William Ludwig TJllman.

has been similarly accused of tak taking
ing taking FBI reports out of Army G-2

files JEor-f dispatch to "Russian

agenig. .v--
Those Civil' Service files "would

have shown Mr. Truman that Sil

vermaster came to the U.S. along
strange route Moscow; Siberia,
Mongolia, China and then our

west coast.-v 1 ' '."

s Those files would have shown

that Silvermaster was moved into

our Board of Economic Warfare

I back around U943 to be put int

1 charge 01 guess wnatv uie mis mis-siaa
siaa mis-siaa desk.v ; t4-'vtH ''.:'',

Those' Civil 'Service files would
have-revealed that the commis commission
sion commission dumped Silvermaster because
it did not trust him. The commis commission
sion commission could not get anywhere in of official
ficial official circles when it tried to fire
Silvermaster out of the govern government
ment government entirely. ;
It went to friends of mine for

help. But we were helpless, for

we soon found tnat silvermaster
had become Harry Dexter White's

assistant and Vas on his way to

that pleasant .. capitalist retreat,
Bretton Woods, to represent us in
the wartime international mone

tary conference.

It can also be shown that those

who tried to help the government

stop this Sovieteering combine

were hurt ana persecuted ana ai

most fired from their government

lobs. It was during these years,

incidenally, that the combine also

opened some Secret service rues.

now it was torn me mat narry

Truman knew of the combine's
activities. If he didn't know who

made uo the rings how could no

have snapped bacK on television
with the statement that Harry

White and Gregory Silvermaster

were guilty of nothing. And bow

could Mr. Truman ignore congres congressional
sional congressional testimony which had this

to say of Silvermaster, whom

Harry S. felt so impelled to clear?

Elizabeth Bentiey, men a com

munist courier for a Soviet mas

ter' spy called Golos, was testify testifying
ing testifying in 1948. after having gone to

the t ou She was asxea:

' Could you elaborate on the mil

itary information which you se

cured from the Silvermaster

erouoe X

"Well, the military information
came largely from George Silver

man (sic), and Ludwie unman:

and . It was information on
the most varied things you could

think of." Miss Bentiey charged.

"We had complete data as to

almost all the aircraft production

.as to type, how many were

being produced, where they were

allocated . v'

"We had inside information on

policies of the Air Corps . We
knew D-day long before D-day
happened and we were right"

Silvermaster u the man tne ex-

President cleared: a man some

of us have fought bitterly since he
infiltrated the Labor Department
back in the Thirties. Mr. Truman
. t ? i 1.

is ODViuusiy uiurc uucicaicu ui

red herrings than Red. spies.



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Whe re e Blig hte rs?
V l V; : BOB RUARK : '

LONDON. U.S.A. 'Whatever.a cherry cheesecake,, naturally)

happened to the British? They

must all be in Spain or America.
But they certainly aren't in town.

London at this lime of yoar is

supposed to be empty, an echoing
tunnel of ; nothing. Everybody off
on' holidays, except a few die die-hards
hards die-hards who come in 'to watch the
Australians get mangled at

cricket..; -.
I am here to report that,: with

the possible exception of Ike Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower and Gamal Abdcl Nas

ser, everybody's in town, from

as the ladv in the oaoer said-

June Aliyson (A) to zacnary (L)

London is setting, to be the "21

Chib of the world: It js a stop stopover
over stopover for everybody who has been
anywhere lately. Us -oasis quality

keeps it loaded even in the off

season. The hotels, and the night

spots, the theaters and the res

taurants, are jammed, and mostly

by Americans.: 1 1 . : :

I was walking in Piccadilly last
night, and I swear I kept looking
for Lindv's. The Yanks civilian

and military have taken over the

town. : You stride through a hotel

lohhv. bumn into Enrol Flvnn

carom off Billy Rose (looking for

Don'r sit and wait
for "Lady l ock" '
Uo and meet her .


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watchmaking industry could stand
careful prooiog by senators to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow when they resume Ihetf
investigation of lobbying after a

summer hiatus.

Though it was largely ignored

during the hectic -Uuai days -of
Congress last July, the watch
manufacturers campaigned furi furiously
ously furiously for further tariff, increases

asainst 4heir Swiss competitors,

hoping thereby to keep retail
prices higlu involved were the
four American makers of jeweled

timepieces: Bulova, Elgin, Hamil Hamilton,
ton, Hamilton, and Waltham.

lney even not hold of an un

published congressional report

Mich.) and Thomas P. Curtis R.,
Mo.). Though none of the threa
had attended the hearings of the.
Boiling subcommittee, they, issued -a
broadside attacking America's
"mixed-up" tariff policy of 'the

past 10 years. They also insisted
that the domestic watch industry
was critical for defense, asked
that trade barriers be hiked even
That's the story of the watch
lobby in the closing days of Con-
gress, also the phony, argument
of "defense eseeniiality" used to
fool the public and the President
ana to gain, tariff increases. .'
It's also a story that the special

senate lobbying committee- should )

and managed to get it changed, investigate when it reconvenes to
before it appeared ia printed! morrow, particularly the way in

form. !' which the lobbyists got a copy of

The report was the result Ot secret congressional renort and

four exhausting days of hearings' managed to get it changed before

last June under the chairmanship
of Rep. Richard Boiling, Demo

crat of Kansas City, if denied

that the domestic watch industry


Note: ; The subcommittee also
blasted the watch industry for

was Important for national de-.causing "complication and contro-

fense. ; lversy" in the sale of 21' and 23

This, of course,' was a slap at jewel watches. Jewels in excess of
President Eisenhower for his 00)17. cost the manufacturers only a
cision of July 27, 1954, raising the few cents extra, add little to

and fall over a manufacturer from
Dubuque. :,' ""v '. "'

Hollywood no longer exists in

Hollywood, or its -other home-

awa v-from-hoflie. Kome. It has

moved' to London. What is laugh

ingly, referred to as cafe society

has deserted New York. It all

seems to oe congregated in we streets, tnat at leas, you were

Hotels Savoy and Dorchester, and done to death by, a Bentiey. and

feeds daily at Les Amoassaaeurs, not a motorbike. .v... ..,;

tne reaone JKOtnscniia mansion, i mere is a maanmceni crime

i The -tinsel group is most notice-1 wave going on, and the Americans!
able, of course, but the- city has, are getting' full Credit, for. having

even an Englishman can buy the
new model and have it delivered
in three months. Last year they
were saying four years.

I never saw so many flashy cars
any place, not even Texas, as

presently congest the traffic here,

it is nice to know, as you expire

from being run down in the

tariff on imported Swiss watch

movements on the grounds tnat

Swiss competition was hurting
American manufacturers. The
latter, said Ike, bad to be kept

strong in case or war. ine acuuu
alarmed many U.S. allies, who

saw In it a sign, that this country!

was reverting to a high-tarul

. Skills net Unique

The subcommittee report was

also a ilao -at the Office of De

fense Mobilization, headed by Dr.

Arthur Flemmmg. For it was
ODM which in' 1954 overruled the
Defense Department and advised

Ike to raise the watch tarttt.
Said the Boiling subcommittee:

the watchmaking skill "is not

unique, for an increasing number
of other concerns are showing an

ability to work to equally close
or closer tolerances, and to de develop
velop develop complex weapons systems

employing such components."

even v a .imier, complement ot
squares like me. : You can tell us
by the slung camera, by the con con-fusi6h"with
fusi6h"with con-fusi6h"with pounds, 1 shillings, and

maintenance and accuracy.

' A-Bomb Mayer 4
The mayor of Nagasaki,' Japan,

arrived in the United States this
week as the guest of the, citizens
of St. Paul, Minn.

A little over 11 years ago, an
American B-29 dropped the

world' second atomic ibomb' ovcr

Mayor Tagawa's city.. Half the

town was destroyed, but the. other
half was protected by a merciful

mountain that divides isagtsaki
into two parts.
Partly because of that mountain,
Nagasaki has bounced back from
its awful devastation. Its. Mitsu Mitsubishi
bishi Mitsubishi shipyards are again the bus
iest in the Far East, and, in the
place where the world's largest
torpedo factory once stood, a new
liberal arts college has been built.
New homes, new roads, new
schools fill the former, bombed-out-
area. -.-
During his trip to America. May

or Tagawa will do a lot of talking

about his city's plans, for an inter

pence, and the eagerness wittiare Killing them permanently, due

wmcn we ouy watcnes, wooicns to Ameduican lnlluence.

and old snufiboxes.

(Note: The 8""" firm of Westley Westley-Richards
Richards Westley-Richards is in the clear-, for this

year I stopped off for -a dish -of
tea with the manger, and Oh,
Lord,' Eloise. Some people take
dope, but I frequent gun shops,
and Hhink the narcotics habit is
The British scream of poverty,
but I had my nose pressed against

the Rolls-Royce window the other
day and the porter told me that

The draft report was unanimous

ly approved in closed session byl

the. subcommittee membership of natioral cultural center. This will

three Democrats and two Repub be built in the area where the
licans. It was still secret and still) bomb fell, as a living memorial'
unprinted, but nevertheless the to the city's war dead, -"
watchmakers -lobby latched onto
a copy. fc '!... ,.-,. tw.-rfr;. Mayor Tagawa has bis -prob-
Mysteriously, Sen. Ralph .F.'lems, however, for; while Hiro Hiro-Flanders
Flanders Hiro-Flanders (R.,Vt.) got a phone cat shims got plenty of publicity as
from New York. It 'Was a watch the first city to be A-bomhed,
r .t. l.j . i v- i, ,, 1

oHroldedI got quite the same attcn-
' tu- a,,., give I landers, unshirtcd Hell. II Uon. .'
J'i.rl LSt dditioB,;i the. loblnnt, er in 7"' :

..,.n...vj ( r.,. T. ... ,t.!- ..,-V -,rt- f., An

(R.,Iowa).f 'I ', I internals 1 cui" r li,is

been tough, and tuomoie Ma.vor
Taga a is hoping to. interest -Amt
icans in the' project. Here's
wishing Him luck. ..

The weather Ms .incomparable.

which is to1 say it is like nothing
the earth ever saw before. It's an
old gag, but it is literally possi possible
ble possible to go to the gentlemen's room

and miss summer entirely. The

uuner uy 11 siiuweu.
But I love London, truly. It is a

great economy city, Only here can
you be in America and Australia
at the 'same time. But I do miss

the English. They roust be some somewhere
where somewhere about.

Waller Wisiclidl ln;Men Ydr

m 1 &i

' Poem of Love
Complexions and flowers are
starting to fade, ;
The Big Town's arranging its
Autumn narade.

FareweU to beach' flings and
' Central Park dances,
Lawn -parties, ices and summer
." romances. ,
Back to dear Broadway ( come
; Firstnigher mobs.
And tcevee replacements now
hustling for jobs.
Execs, clerks and students re return
turn return to their work,
A soon-due World Series to drive
'em berserk.
Up go convertibles and up go
neat bills,
Down come the shirt sleeves
. and screens from the sills.
White shoes Mosquitoes I bid
thee goodbye, ,? ;
Be seeing you later come to. to.-;
; to.-; other July.
; All mothballed regalia is being

; The summer has t& And

, Annette )Kir)t

The controversy over "Joe

Smith" (named tor Veep at tne
San Francisco Convention by that

Nebraskan) has editorial pages

wondering: "Who is joe amua; 1
. . Well, "The Adventure of Joe
Smith, American" (by Paul Gal Gal-lico)
lico) Gal-lico) ran in the Dec, (1940) issue

of Cosmopolitan mag ...

made a movio 01 n -,

Schar (a Stevenson loyaiisw pro-
j :j i. n Corrnwav s ex-

UUL'CU 11 ''""" Ml

irl Friday (Esteiie rarsons;

Magnani's frocks Edith Piaf! 1
. . Haye you mailed me your
choice for President yet? . ; Ike
or Adlai ; . Jot down if you are
switching your vote from J5i .
Please sign name & address

Send your postcard (or letter) to

me care Box 'Til, NYC . :. :.-(Thenkyu)
(Thenkyu) :.-(Thenkyu) The tally will be
announced at month's end ... The

Hal Marches lost their expected

image . was Her race urim-

son, Dept: Maggie Whiting forgot

her late great songwriter Dad's
lyrics at ner Fontaine-bleau prem premiere.
iere. premiere. (0, Maggy!) ., . A wisen wisen-heimer
heimer wisen-heimer at Ruby Foo's teased fe
waiter, who was born here ad
schooled at Columbia U .., "I
want," .taunted the Wise Guy
"some uied lice in a hully !".'.
"You mean," sarcasm'd the
Ameripan "fried rire vmi plum!"

Changed;' Their .Tune

On, July 18, a day after the re

port was approved by the Joint

Economic Committee s full mem membership
bership membership and sent to-the Senate,
Flanders, and Talle suddenly-sub

mitted "additional comments.

Both had previously okayed the
report in the secret subcommittee
session. But now .they changed
their fun

Flanders was still critical of ifaol

watch industry for '"lack of en-

terprise" and for having surren surrendered
dered surrendered its leadership! to the Swiss.

But now he felt that the induslr

was entitled te some "considera
tion" on the grounds of essential essentiality.
ity. essentiality.

Talle went further and in an
opinion that bears the earmarks
or, having been written by the

Farmers are still puzzled by ex ex-Colorado
Colorado ex-Colorado Gov. Dan Thornton's
statement at the Republican con-
vention that the rate of farm in in-eome
eome in-eome in 1956 was 11. per cent over
last year. '..'':'.--.,
This magic figure is now being
quoted widely by GOP campaign
orators, ; including .young, Reed
Benson, sone of the agriculture
secretary, who is touring the

Yet it appears that Thornton
used a secret formula to calculate
his 11 per cent increase. Official
figures show that gross farm in-

the sticky, humid- Washington

weather changed to cool and won
derful , Until they all got back!
. .. Mobbe the Washington cli

mate doesn't like them! (End of
Flippancy) Jack O'Briaa re reports
ports reports that Rowan It Martin (com-

artw tDoml havan vav vtaiAt tuithl i 1 ... 1 w

r,V pii" P""1 ?? Piannmg were to be u per cent. ,...

P,r,17Z A.Z r A Hu PrM,c"te? "- wtered-down Meanwhile Benson has stopped
niht dub bZinwt ftS2 f"1 de8Sr ?ei the '""com-1 cuing ,ttenUon to the recent iia
n?Lk X rtw .w ""..nPort- JH in farm prices. Such an increase
. tne wees we advertised their vniiniiv mnnaaii,,,, .. t ...

tmUnt l.rf. J.m.. wm'iZZrXZ rv...H" normal mm summer, wnen

x j wuwa nw ijuui nm inn 1 annari rim

watchmakers themselves With" the come has risen only 3 per cent.

am pi vubi, described the report while net income has actually
as 'timorous and despairing.'V dropped. The situation will. im,
It would be. extremely harm prove when soil bank monfy a
ful for and detrimental to the de- paid out later this year. But it
fense of this country if our mobili-will still be short of. Thornton's

Elizabeth Taylor star of

MGM's "Giant," did, the Police
Call bit with NYP165 until 5 a.m

We nope the reporter on Long
Island, who broke the skewp that
the first Weinberger ransom bun bundle
dle bundle on the 2nd Day didn't contain
money (which it did), is sleeping
well these spooky nights . Mrs.
Weinberger told me the following
in an exclusive, interview weeks

ago. I didn't use it: "I know the

guy who did that to me. I thought

he was a iriena or mine, when 1
get my baby back I'll deal with
him!" ... I am sparing his
name and newspaper not in

N.Y.C .".'. That stunnine girl in

Summer-white frock (plus white

hat with ostrich fedders) in

Lindy s the other

first enjoyed Roberta Sherwood in

Miami Beach) they had only a
one-night stand booked The Con Concord
cord Concord in the Mts ; . Polo Grounds

gossip:' The Giants next mgr to

oe tne uoagers- fee wee Reese?
'V'vV? ;;'-V-f

Miltown and other' tranouilizinf

drugs (which peddle at 9e each
vie prescription) are bootlegged at
$5 per dozen ... The indicted
",Toy of the Month" outfit has a
secret backer: One-time leading
Nazi apologist last initial'd "V"

. '. He signed the chex . Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Pictures expects that its
grosses for "Solid Gold Caddy"

will push (hat firm's yearly loot

over 100 mimon . Altuougn
Rosalind Cortrieht (the canary)

and her hotel ex-hubby (Hernan

do) are in Splittsburgh he long-

Kisstances ncr nicmiy from Hoi

lywood . n.Y. cops; who have
to pay for the bullets they shoot
In lava Vftnf lifa ImrtA thmtt

!",must now pay six cents each for

them, up from ,4c . The

Bravest & Finest Fund (Treas.

I WW and Donors Mr. and Mrs.

..! 1 . r

vwusiy approvea tne apcument.

Buleve Cornered Cent ressmen
The lobbyists didn't tnn ihn

however. : Led hv Ard RnW.

chairman and founder of the well well-known
known well-known firm, they-collared mem mem-bers
bers mem-bers of the Joint Economic Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, :. finally induced three to

puDusn winner "addiuonai views"
on July 25. They were Sen. Barry

. i,,Anz.i ami tn-

o a.m. WS vran 1 i

- 1 . . xuuj ueuvEicu cnpf-MX in inn w n-

mi rn i m Uie nurer tuci- iiiuuu uuuiuiikimiu.- n--i j, i r i r, it

manhow "Happy Hunting." Es-

hi" Oyster Bay manse ? TVC.apt' 'toDewn (kUled fi) line
director nda writw AUniof duly) .!nd Wm- who

chell Show starting Oct. 5th NBC-! V. v.j "Ilu-.

.Wtime night club 01

teUe's the mater ot twinianis ..
Fia Karin (one, of ,the Girl Fri Fridays
days Fridays at Time-Life's art dept.) dou dou-bles
bles dou-bles at night as canary at No.
One Fifth . Ex-Copa cutie Jane
Carlson also a Powers model)
and her husband had a boy at
Fri. tupiiiia v "vacationed .

The little Club's Cloonti Diggler
01. .w ,! ffnlii buttons to

... v Sinatra' is notlhave to project themselves on tel

eliaible Too young. Clooms are evislon. TV does the projecting for

Guys. Digglers are Dolls . tnem.
r.: .nnla flav Clement'

t-- ... minted on the riotsl The President's surprise visit to

l".-' . r ill. C.mlnr Ball D.J.

si Clinton: i am HOI lor irgcr uis "c"r ""u rmm -iur ic

gaUon and I'm not against if .

stars who dodge, teevee . They

know mey are secure in his care.
One star was enlightened by him

nith thl. InSlpV I- A .I.m J. mnt



Governor, you are a personable
guy and going places in politics.

Knt vnn neen a sneetiiwiuci -.

You should, be against Everybody
.. 1. ; 1! 1 ...Unrl., I


night Yankes- game Uast wete )

was decided by him about 4:30

p.m.- After a 2 hour nap
Takes short naps since his opera

tion T V. We found out that when

all the White House correspond

ents, reporters, photogs and St


ijgtime night club owners boast

that they signed Roberta Sher

wood "unseen and unheard
But not Until! (End of Hmf),

Tony Williams of The Platters cret Service went to The Cow Pnl

just figger'd out who makes Anna' ace twiia ue tw cthdates),

Sneakie, Hmiti

LINCOLN, Neb (UP) -Police
were tot having any luck
trapping spteders with their ra radar
dar radar equipment.
After watching cars drive by
especially slow, they investigated.

bomeone bad erected a sign

reading "Radar Ahead" two
blocks from the radar equip


gressmen Jesse P, Wolcott, R. convention.

crops are waiting for harvest. But
Benson made the most of it.
Now, however, farmers 1 our-,
chasing power as represented by
the parity formula has again
starter to fall, after rising from
80 to 85 per cent between January
and July.-' ,V '-
The parity formula fell from 85
to 82 between July 15 and August'
15, but fortunately wasn't ready'
for public announcement until

August 2? after the Republican :

'"Th treat white father said ither maki-urn paaci c-

t3 back V rerv:so



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Mntcnaot Pamy CmpaeB-
feuiirimg No. 1U0, Phona; i-JSST ,(
. 11:(H) tlulmea Mtcting.
S :00 Sunday School.
IdkSalyatiaB Maattaa..: .v.i:Vt.
Fnvoy ft MW..C. U Haatlay
buiua BJIOt. '.
'' ' h' '- i'
S:00 Svnday SchsoL
! 11:00 Hoiinen Meeting.
I 3:00 Sunday School.
I baivaticm Metting. j
.' ..( 'j
, SCapU!n Syalin Taylor :
JlIK) lolineaa Meeting
3 :00 Sunday School. :
7:30 Slvauon Matting,'
BAINBOW cm. ca.
l avny J. GiiL ' V"
St. KUU and Jamaica Strati'
HKWHo mwa M eating.
1 3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 S'wtion Meeting, :
Brmar ( apt. and Mr. C. Maaaaawaqr.
Hth Stmel. Phone: 38-743.
Ur.::n Churches
Wkara aB PrataaUaai caaperan with
aaMatiala, Hkerty k
: aad caarlty ta aO

t Bar. Bay Blakdy. Paatat J
Phone S-J55-
t t:45 Church School.
. i 11MW Worship' Sarviea. ; '
I tM pm. Sr. Youth Followiihlp..
:M pja. it. Youtk raUowahip. .
; Tha Re. aii W. OUndat, Paitaa,
1 Phuna -lf. . .....
; 9-M BMa Schml.

10:43 kiorahip aanrlea and Churck-tbst
kUM youth rallowahia..
laa (Hear W. OUea.
PalhOt Rd. at Kan Pahln fit
, Phone l-i.Churcb OMica I-S2SA
9 Mi Church School Free but tank
Parwmase Ijiwuaaioa Grotto.
1030 Worsinp Service Tha .xnandai
. Snssiun for Nunicry. Kinder aartan.
Primary and Junior DrpiM.
vhnrrii-tiine Muraary tor caJldran
iiiHiir j.
TO Jiiinr.H!t FtMowthra.
:(0 Prest-li. ) Fellowahip.
7:00 Sciuor-iiigh Falloarahip.
'v. Walker M. Alderloa. Minister
, Wire l-'cnrtnt g70i Residence
'icieonone ;
' Sunday Svvicm: t
S m. C hurch. School Aaltmbly,
: m. Claw Sessions.
10:15 a.m. Sor-vire of Womhip for thil thil-e)rn.
e)rn. thil-e)rn. yntmg people tnd adults.
i alendar of Meetinga: '
Id Winesday Alary BarUett Circle at
3d Tuesday Church Council at 130
p m.
3d Wednesday Women's Auxiliary at
..if a.m.
-n :ondy Officers and Teachers' at
It "Hiuilllsl CHUKUl
'-n Conference i
J m H. Armstrong
.. Panama City
f "i f School
lvvn( Fravat n l iimmi
I ami utienaat Avanua,


'mi U i- a. M W

Cka-cke at tie Mif faith to Mm Cmi1 lea, d Mm terminal
ci at Pram and CeW, Rapwkltc at Pimm,- aireed waliem
at oB Ivas ta mb oad tMW f Ik arvawa1 irvii, aa4 N cvibt
avgktr, rrttw trTaagcta.
A a pokier Mmu, Mm Tha Amr)ta liaH baww, kt
Hsfjaammatipn, aotim t baara at warship aad at aw regular act it it wc
Jri0 ore tatatW (rata Maw ta Hbm. Oaaaawaatiaaa aariaa
aaly aaa a twe aaaaraaatiaaa ara UH4 aaAat 0tkt Ckarcke Ana
StrvlaM." A aaaciat bating a) htcladad tM aawim a Ansa peart.
Am frta oad Naval ataNaaa.

Mieatara, cfcaroB rrarle

Ha aw ak a writing kv Wtdaeadev noon at It latent at aaa

cket far th caaiiaa Satataayt
la. laaKMi aaldm. lllnlatai
t'Ja .m.-Ueniina Sanrtca aaa laij
p a Sunday ScaaaL.
1:1 ftrauna
iHoly Cammunloa 1st Sunday)
iocdaj. Id aPm liatiii-
Rainbow City. CI
? Bar, Saaiua) Waldca. UiaMar
uiuiiia Mrvma a am ana oa aja:
imxtay School fur all agM at M aa
In lavnatMa Ta wanaia.'
v a.m. afataa. Vcatina
Christisn Sacr.tist
flrat Cburcfa ol Caxut. Saontuv Aaaat
m Aacca BouMrara.
unday 11 W. Wcdnaadav I J
Bunda School t:M ajn
hm i-hurra t chrut, aaiaadM, Crtataaai
13 ih eoaat ft aoiivai Hiaawa
Innitei RrfwMi aO a A
Sunday U M am Wtdrmday tM a.
" ar. MAJirt CHURCH Aalbaa
' Sunday Masses: tM. tM. UM and
12:00 a.m.
Holy Day Uaaual Ift 140, USl tJa.
and 1:00 d bo.
Confessions: Saturday, 1:30 to l:0
and 7:00 to 0:00 Tbursday, before
first arloay: : u a:w bjb.
Miraculoua Medal Nov ana: IM pm
on Mondays,
Catechism claau after taa (.-00 i
an Sunday.
High School Study Club tM p-av, an
Sunday Masses: 145. IM ft 0 JO an.
Holy Day msttss: tM S.B. and 1:00
um. .'".,'!
Confeaslonai Saturday I JO to OHM) and
7:10 to 8.00 p.m. Thursday before First
iriday i:uu p.m.
Sacred Heart Dmtfoasu 1.-00 aja;
mosya ,
Catechism Class: US ta 1:U PA an
Sunday Mats at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Msss at 1:30 bjb. v
Confessions: 0:00 to 0:43 pa aa Sat
caiecnusa hiatal aaturoay ts I is
.. .. t
' ST. JOSEPH Parana
Sunday Uasus at 1:00 and 101 aja.
Holy Day Mass at 0:00 pm. -Weekday
Masses: ..M :'
Confessions: Saturday tM ta 4 J and
1:30 to i-Ml.
Cateebiam Class) auBday Iff to O.-ao
p.m. c v it. i i . ..
auracuioua Mtoai novanai i
on Friday,
Convert instruct! onst inursoay iao
f .VI a .1 S a m.
J y I : 8 and p m.
n it tuna on btiiiuay tha luaases are
U ana :: a m.)
contenioiu: aatiirdsy IW to i:oo and
7:0 to 0:00 p.m. Thursdays before First
irifisy 1:30 p.m. .
1 Miraculous Medal N ovens and St'
tlona of tha Cross: Friday 740 p.m.
Catechism Class: After tM mum at
Convert Oaaai ISO a. a Tusadav and
toursaay.r -,,r. ;......
Sunday Mass: IM a.m.
Holy Day Msss: OKX) a A' (It It nut
on Saturday I JO a.m.)
Catechism Class: 1 JO ta 1:00 p.A on
Loniessiotis: a.-pa to asp ta, aunaay.
- Paraaa Lafavra
Sundaa Masses: ttSi and 140 am
Week Days Mass: 0:30 Man.. Thura..
Fri. and Sat. First Friday mast: 0:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masstti 0:00 sa, to j 0:00
Confmdma: 140 to 4 JO and ta ta
0.-00 o.A an Saturday.
Miraculous Medal novenai masy ISO
utaenism ciast: s:to pa on sunaay
Convert Class: Monday I M a,
BT. THERKSE'S La .Baca '
Sunday Mans: 7:00 a.m. ,,;-.: ft
Holy Day Msss: 0:30 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 0:30 is 730 PA
Thursday before Pint Friday 0 JO prn..
Catechism Class: 8:11 in an Sunday.
Sacred Heart N ovens: 1:00 PA. at)
Coovart tiss t.-w pm aa xnursosy
Sunday Masses: 1:43, tHMand(:1Sa.m.
Holy Day Masses: i:tt and Im am
and 3:43 da
Confessions: Saturday tM ta IM and
j.-oo to 1:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Movant : Wednesday
:i ana T:oa p.A
sscrea neart novena: masy t:h p
Sunday Eveninc ServlcM 1:00 ba
Convert Clasa: I JS ba an Mondavs
and Thursdays.! t
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:10 la, 0
u:s am. i:oo p.A to 4:00 p.A
First Fridsy Exnosition of Most Pleas
ed Sacrament all day, Banositiea at (JA
mm. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions ta our Lady
of Fa time The Holy Rosary 5:00 a.m.
First Communion Instructions for chil children
dren children Mondays and Thursday 0:00 to
:vu vro.
Sunday Mssses: 7:00, OKWsnd 10:30 a m.
Holy Day Masses: 00. :00 ajn. and
:15 p.A
Confessions: Ssturdtv 40 ta I -AO and
70 to tM p.m. After Rosary each eve evening.
ning. evening.
Miraculoua Medal Rovenai and
:00 p m. on Monday.
Catechism CUsa: After 04 Uaaa
Sunday,. -- ..
First Friday Exposition aR day durinl
the School Year, v
First Saturday; Mat at 140 aaa.
Thursdav T" nm.. tha Simrii. Vh,i
Worker's conference will ha h.M .i
uie cnurcn annex. .
Friday 7 Dm. the Official lbari
the church meets.
RALLY DAY. in our Sundav School
win oe aunaay, aeptemoer 0. Our toal
for this day is 175. ", i
A Teacher's Tralnlne f"nnr. lll k.
tn an uctoner 1 for all Sunday School
teachers, and those whs would like to
teacn. 'ureal! will o riven unnn tk.
completion of the course.
ST. vrvrv.vre sr.t-k.- :
Sunday Masseas: JO a A and 140
Hofy Dsy Masses: g.D0 sa and 0:00
Confessions: 440 to t:0 efid V -so
,w p.jn. oaiiiroay.
catechism Class: 10:43 a m. aa Sim..
Convert CUsa every Monday at 7 inn
Miraculoua Medal Movant: 1:00 aja
on Tuesday.
Sscrcd Heart Novanai IM 'pa an
Friday. ;
ouiKuy siass: a:ia a.m
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 pm
Cnnfassions: 8 JO Is la
Catechism Clam: 4:00 p.m an Monday.


and akaahiaa aia akd aa
ckarcA pag.
Sunday Masses: i$m .nd 0J0 a m.
noiy oay Masses: c JO la and (JO
Cwifkon. Saturday at pm and
Baotiana tarr annnintmavn
' Wiraetiioua Mll Nevaaat tM pm
rryrt Haart N ovens i tJO prn
Sunday School: 1:30 pm, aa Sunday.
neugiout Instruction Class tor chli-
p a an inursoay.
fticted la Spanish): !Mta at Moir'
day. -
"vatt testruction by appaintrntnt
Tka Bt, Bar. B. Hther Gaadea. B.T O
; Tka Vary Bev. Mauiert J. peli
i,. sij, veaa ,
7:30 a m holy Communion.
0 JO ba Santa Cammunloa (4th Sua-
0:30 a. A Church School.'
0:43 a Escuela Dominical
UJ0 a a Morning Prayer and Sermon
noiy communion. (First Sun-
7 .00 put. fcventng Prsver'aBd Sermon
0:30 a A Holy Commumoev
1.-00 pre Ivenmg Prayer.,
0 0 s as Holy Communion.
1 JO la Holy Communion.
' a)AILY
1:11 a A Unrnine D. ;
U:00 Mwda kuaiwary Prsrers.
. CHVBcn op oim savioub
Third Street New Cristobal
Tha Bev. Nelaa G. Akers.
Priest ta Ckarga
Holy CommunloB
Lnuren school
Mornnia Praver
JO i
and Sermon 11 JO a
tFirtt aunday. Holy Catomunionl
Vespe Servic and :. ,
Youth. Fellowship ........ Jo p
noiy CommunloB ......... IMia
. .ta- Hr auj peopia,
, cocou
.! Chorea gt Aadrew
i Tk Bev. WiUlam W. Baldwla,
r. Prlast ta Ckarga .. 77.
Holy CnmmualoB ,.. .- .,
Family Pravar and niiauk S-l i
e-u. .vw..
Mornint Prayer ana Sermon U i
tH.C first Sunday in Month. ,'
Bvenlng Prayer. 1:30 p. a
Tteekaav Praver. 1:00 SA
' Chspal at 1 tie t.nod thnherd
' liflie stv. 4 wrmnrm VY, tiayat,
: S-rlmil in nat. V
PRu'.AYS . ..
I (Kl a.m. Moniiiif Prayer.
tH.C. first Friday each Month),
J '''; aAMBOA :: ''
John Spear. Priest In Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
mon ; 1J0 am,
Church School 1:00 da
Episcopal Young Churchmen I :0 p.A
MriltlriAVf iritacn... r
,v,,n.0, i uciun I a,
Morning Prayer -and Holya .! .i 1
Communion I.M t.m
Evening Prayer 7;00 bjb.
Woman' Auxiliary, tnd and
4th Thursdays 7 JB a n.
Holy Communion ........... 1 JO ba
Morning Prayer .,, 0K0 a.m.
Evening Praver ...... 7:00 ta
Fsmlly Eucharist 0:30 a m
.Office at Complin ........ (JO pa
St. Peter's Chareh
Tha Rev. Jaha Saasr. Priest la Ckarca
3UKUSI9 .-, '.
Morning Prayer and Church
School (JO im
Confirmation Clsss ,,.,...' 0:30 a
Choral- Eucharist and, Ser
mon ...................... 10J0 s.m
Holy Baptism. ............ .12:0 noon
Evemong end Address .... 7 JO nm
3rd MONDAYS ...
Woman's Auvlliarr 7 JO BA
WEiiNtsuAis or rcAax dais
Holy Communion 0:00 aa
i- ctnrrrb of St Margaret 1
Corn nt Espav Ava. BranM Rlvd.
Tha Rev.. Nelaa O. Akers,
, .. Priest ta Cktrg
0:30 a A Church School
0:30 a m Morning Prayer and del man
(1st ntf-asys. Holy communion)
4:30 ba Confirmation lutnictiont.
Chstel af. The Helv tTamrartcr
Ten. L. B. mitriey, Priest hi Ckarft
SJ0 a a Holy Communion. i
Bt. Alhan't Charrh
Tkt. Rev. David A Otberaa,
Sttaat In rkm.
The Rev. AHaa B. Weatt AarisUal
1:00 a.m. Choral EuchirM a gamaw
0:30 a A Infant Bsptiam,
(JO n.m. Church School ,''
(heid in Building 131)
Sii p.A Youth Fellowship
7 10 n m. Evenson and Addrssa
2nd end 4th WEDNESDAYS
1JBin Womsn s Auxiliary ana Al
ia? uuua meeting,
'" St. Psul's Chorrh 7-
Th Pest. Lemuel R. Shirley, Rectta
The Rev. Pitt R, AtwelL DaaMs
0:00 a a. Holy Communion
0 00 a..7. Sunt Bucharnt Serman
10:45 a m Morning Prayer and Church
School ,
12:00 norr Holy Bsnftnn '.:
7:0 ..n Solemn Vasnera-' v.
8 TO am Holy. Cammunloa
. la Holy Communion'.
7:00 n.m. Evenlns Praver ;
Thursdays and Fridays
0:3 i m. Holy Communion
' 0:00 a.A Hery Cwamunloa.
. ? ...... Epiietptl
Colon. R de P t
' (Oripnalta Hotel WeshmtVon)
Tha Rev. Henry A. Biaaa, '
V. . Priest tn Charga
JO OA Holy Communion.'
JO a.m Choral Eucharist and fltiaiim
10:30 s m Church School Sassina
7:1 BA Solemn Evensong nd gag.
0 JO aa Holy Communion.
1:30 pa. Evening Prayer and Sermna
(30 B.A Adult CnnflrmstloB Class -THUh.'
1 J pa Praver Guild.
JO A Children's rtirhtrist
10-08 a.m Junior Confirmation Clam
130 pa Compline and Meditation.

ChonS at Sc Mary, the V Irrta
Taa Bv. Jeha A. Sjulainf.
Pristt la Caarge
Sun tucftarlst IMtm
'Chur a. School 0 45 a m
aioiy Communion. ........ 1 Jo ij

' ; Geerre's Charrk s
, Taa Bev. Jeha A. Bpaldlaa.
' Priest la Charge
Holy-X unmunion Jo aa
Morutrg Prayer t
and Samoa ,v 0 JO aa
0J0 am Holjr Communioa
Church School each Sua, 10:3 s.
, ', Chrisiapher'i Church
. 10ih Street, Pa roue Lefevrc '. t
Bv. Clarence W. ttaya
i- M Prleat ta Charge
Tha Bev. Clarence A. CragweU.
:o ajn. Holy Comhiunloh.
7:3 a.m. Sun Eucharist nii'Vnm
10 JO aa Morning Prsytr and Church
12 JO neon Holy Baptism.
MONDAYS Iv,n,on ,ni Barnoa
, arimu.
pa lit and Ird, Waman'a Auxf
ojo pm. Junior Daughters of the
. rung.
T 30 BA Youth Pallankla,
1:00 a.m. HolV ritfnmimUn . :
7:00 pa Evening Prayer and Religious
0:00 p.A Girls' Friendly Society,
0:00 a.m. tat anil Snl Klnl.l..
0:M a a Junior Confirmation CUun.
; saanBBnsvasvnSBn '
Other Churchss
Ancon. C Z.
Mmltter: Bey. Elmer O. Nelsaa
Boa 00, Ancon. CZ. Balboa &01
' ......
Sunday School .......... 0-43 a.m
JJorning Worship ......... 10:30 a.m
Youth Ssrviea a
r Evening Servica .......... 1:30 ba
" M.S. Service l .j p.m
Prayer Meeting, Wad. .... 130 pa
Panama R J 23rd Street East,
aJS aliJaa
Divine Worship ........... 0:3 a jn
Sunday School 3:00 a.m
Sunday Maasta t 1:45 1145
. fiv onuv avr. aunaa actum at
1.-00 U.
jKHuvArra wrrNEnsEa
' Meetinga Thursdays at 7:30 pA and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
80 Ralbua Road. Balboa.
Sunday meeting! la the LDS Chapel
on Balboa Road.
. Sunday School (JO a.m
Priesthood Meeting 10:30 mm.
Sacrament Meeting , 0:00 p.m.
Primary; Thursday ........ 2:00 p.m.
Relief Society: As announced.
Telephone Balboa 4227 I
Afltatle Brtark "'
; BuUalng 200, Schoolhouso Boa A .'
Gatun, Canal Zone.
Telephone. Gatiin 364 or Cristobal 28(1
Sunday School 10:00 ba. Sunday Sac-r-ement
Meeting 0:30 p.m. Prieshood
Meeting 30 p.m. Wednesday Prinary
J p m. neanesaay neuel society meet,
ing at announced.
"A Warm Hearted Church"
. Milton K. Leldlg, Minister
Phona Res. 03-7110 Of. 03-SlOp
Sunday School ........... 030 aa
(A clam for every age)
Morning Worship 11 JO a A
Youth Fellowahip .,.,.,; 4:0 p.m.
Eevaning Worship 7:00 pa
Prayer end Praise (Wed.) TJO a.m.
A church nursey It provided for your
Vacation Bible School Aueust T-1 at
0:15-0:00 p.m. Ages t ytart and up ara
Invited to attend.
Bt Bapaaal Tha Arcaaaaal '.,
. IStta St West Na I,.
not Ruchsrlst: ftiindae ai I JO ass
Tuasdava Wadnaadavs and Thiiradavs
as a A. :
Sacrament at Oner! nn IHeallna Bae.
vice) First Sunday of each am US at
730 ta,
BsBbet. Cbrhtlaa Cbrnvft :
Panama B P
Bt Bay T. wsmss a ft. Batbaa .
articia tin a.
Mornna devotin at litta
Fellowahip Worahja at '..'.111 li JO aa
Sunday School at (JO BA
umne service ..,...,...., 130 p,
'04'First Street
Urbanlradon El Carmen. Panaml City
tniormsj xataa ana utsetmtont -Thursdays.,,
...............0J0 A
Coloa, Oth ft Praat Streets
(naslairs AmerleaB Basaar)
Btudy CUssea....nThurdava. IJO pa
taps Is ba St, Paraiso, C.I.
Rev Wsldsha K Stewart, Paste
Sunday: 11:00 a a Worship Servic.
2 JO p.A Sunday School.
7:13 p.m. Gospel Servica
Monday: 130 Youna Peon1es Saeletv
Wednesdsv: 1JB Mid.waak rhri.H.n
renowsnip. . !, i
Thursday! 0JO Choir Rehearsal.
Friday: 130 Women', uiaknua Sa.
i 1030 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Graailliaa. Pastar
Sunday Schol 030 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Servic 130 pm.
first church of god .
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Sat
Rain bear City, Caaal Zoa
Rev. G: W. Graadlkuaa. Paata
Morning Worship 0:00 l.m.
Sunday School 10-30 a m.
nigni aarviea ;.....,.,. 130 pa
fc.'THE' CHURCH OP' GOD'CI.,;!" GOD'CI.,;!"-New
New GOD'CI.,;!"-New Pravideare
Mrs. Msada Hiaas. PsHar '"
Stmday School ,...!, io JO a.m.
Morning worship ............ n jo am.
mupn service 130 prn
Poneaia Clla
Car. "N" and Mariana A rase mens Sat
BCT. WA J. Jabaaaa. Paalar
Sunday School .......,.,.., 0:30 am
Morning Worship ,.., 10:30 e m,
Night Servica 130 p.m.
maaie snrnro n. 11 It St.
RtV. WA J. JahiaaM P..U
Sundty Schoo .............. 0:30 aa
Morning Worship .....v...... 10 30 a.m.
Night Service 730 p.m
'. Dlsbla Hrifhts, CJ5.
(FuU Gospel) ..
SpecUl bglneert Bldgi Diablo Heights
DUim.J o:iiudi .4.i:45a.m.
Worship Servic ............. 10:4 am.
Youth Service t 7:00 p.m
Evangelistic Servic ...... 1:30 pm
Wed. Bible Study ft Prayer 130 p.m.
CI?mC2 1 i:0D tPanteeattal) k
1 .5. 'tson- Overaeer
Phona 0-428. Box & Gamboa
Churches it Para'so, CZ. (Rev. and
Mrs Herman G. Whvte).. Colon. B-P
(Rev. rernsnao Lorence). fiio Absio
i'"v' ". naries Hayneal, in
Cstivi (Revind Mrs. Clifford Greavesl.
Sunday end weekdaye aarvlraa at alt

Taaatra'tta Cm as Cf"
alllllilti, I iVsi 1 iltaal

Ex:.i Fcr DDDree
William Dooley hasn t mused a
Sunday School class in 35 year..
and he's no; about to start skip skipping
ping skipping classes now.
Dooley is nioUest about his reo
ord and claims "forks shouldn't fee

praiseo ior going to cnurcn. rusiroid. isn't-and is-sorry he res 'n-

atter d jnce, however.
is every-
body o concern. ,'
One Sunday morning tecently.
Dooley became ill and jurt didn't
feel up to goibg to the First Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Church, where his pride and
loy Is the "Livo Wire" clasi.
If Doole? couldn't come to'
church, his Sunday Scrnoi- Mass

decided to go to mm. 1. tj. Bower.'tng duties" of his office.
city school suierintendent, and 30 Minton'o anrtouncmnt lft

other members herd tneir weewy
session In Dooley'o home.
Posts end Bases
Sunday School ................
Morning Worship
' Church-Time Nursery School...
. 1000
Sunday School (Building No.
120) ....(.......
Morning Worship
sarinaadaa F.vanlns Praver Meet
ing end Bible Class .......... 0:20
Dsily Mass 0
Saturday Mass 0
Sunday Massaa 8:0 ft 11
Monday Novena Devotions .,. 7::
Confessions-Saturday 0:00 ft I JO
Sunday School
Adult Hible Class. (NCO Club).. 0:30
Morning Worship 0 JO ft 10:45
Youth Fellowship aa
Sunday School w :w
Morning Worship 11 JO
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Hontbl .. "i
nih n tiTirmiitTrni chapel
Morning Warship IM
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
CatkalM : ', '
Dsily Msss .........
Sunday Maaes
Confessions. Saturday
Daily Mist .........
Sundty Mamas ......
Confessions, Saturday
0 30
..8:30 ft
.. 0:30 ft
...( 30 ft
0 JO
aunaay- tat
10 JO
Saturday Mai
bunoay at
- apantsn
Daily Mam ..v..J.....i..i 0:24i
Ho. 711) ... IJOft (3b
Confession. Stturday (Building
D.llv Mass 0 00
Saturdav Mass 7:00
Sundsy Masse ... 7:45 ft 12J0
Sptnlah i ....... i i . w
ovens servicet-Tuesoay .-v....
Confessions-Ssturdsv .........
U.S. NAVAL SffATlON. Bodmin
Pally Mssa
Saturday ...v....,... Jao
Saturday .130
USO-JWB (Balboa)
' PretttttBl
Sunday School 0:45
Morning Worship 11
Midweek Fellowahip, Thursday.. 130
FORT GULICK V-: .-?'"'. .;
Sunday School .............7... (:45
Morning Worship ....... 11:00
Youth Fellowship. Sunday ..... t 0:00
U.S. NAVAL station, coca Sola
Sunday School (:30
uauy Mass ; 1:30
Morning Worship
Holy Communion First Sunday
r comm
at 1
' Cathall t- rit
Sunday Matt ,..', 1:30
Confessions, Sunday ........... (:45
Dtily Msss .................... IJO
Sundsy Msss 7 as
Spanish 3:45
Confessions, Stturday ...4:00 ft 7:00
Sundsy Msss -na
Sunday Ham 130
WaaaxtwnAppa4KtMw flft
' Seventh Day
AJventist :
Weekly Oarvtraa la all rk,.k '..
Sabbath School 0:30 aa
Divine Servica 11 JO a.m.
Youth's Moating 4.30 pa
Wednesday Bible Study and Pray at
Service 130 sa.'
Pacific Sida Panassi a Balkaa nl.t-l-.
Pastor W. H. Willar-Tel. 21 :( 3500
can yard. Ave. J. F. de la Oma No.
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ChorrlUa 25th Na. t
Pueblo Nuava fA It hafwaaa
aitu am out
Hie Abajo nth St No. 27 y
Balboa Chapel 0844 Gavilin BA Bsl Bsl-boa
boa Bsl-boa (Saturdav onlvl.
Spaahh thurckm Paaimd aad
CrtstOboli Dbbict ',,
Pastor Ruben Buil I
rsnsma, Calle Darlen No. I
Cristobal, Mlh ft Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa ft Frliolm.
District Pastar A. A. GrltrJa
Tel. No, 0402
Gamboa Praltt Parkway FrIJolta.
Aflsntlf Sid Celea sad ''
Cristdbsl District v
Pastor Neblett Tel. 28 JN
Colon 3rd St. ft Central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Mlh A Bolivar Ave.
antral office: Gavilin Road ToL g-
Jewln Welfsre Board Bid TM.t t
Bocs Bead, Balboa, CZ, Rsbbl Nathan
Witkin, Director.
Servic Friday. 130 ta. Batunla
(30 pm
(See t'H llstfnm of Jewish aaral,
under Posts gases and Stttional.
Congreaabon Kol Shesrith Israel Aaa.
ntda Cubs and 30th Street, Bella Vista.
rename, vity. services lis pm ;
Balboa Bead at Wight Street
' Bev. Robert P. Gnstlcit Pasta

P.O. Box 068, Balboa. -Sunday
School, Bible clam (JO l.m.
Divine Service 10:15 ajn.
"Divine Service at Merger!! (In St.
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday
4 JO p.m."......!

He Hates To Go, But Justice Minton
Is Retiring From The Supreme Court

Associate Justice bnermaj ulio
too, an original new dealer who lat
er switched to -the middle of the
ed from the Supreme Court be
cause of ill .health.
The 65-year-old jurist wrote
President Eisenhower he was re reluctantly
luctantly reluctantly stepping down Oct. 15.
He oaid he is suffering from per pernicious
nicious pernicious anemia which brings on
old aee nrenuiurely and orevents
him from carrying out "the exact-
tti door open for Mr. Eitanhew.
r to nam a fourth Republican
to the nine-member, court The.
bench now 1 md up f g i g
Dmcitt 'and 'thr Republi Republicans
cans Republicans Chief Jrttic Earl War Warren.
ren. Warren. Hareld H. Burton and John
Marshall Harlan.
Initial speculation on a succes
sor to Minton centered -on Atty,
Gen.' Herbert Browne!! Jr Secre
tary of State John Foster Dulles
and Jvlin J. Parker of North rar.
blina, chief Judge of the Fourth
Lircuit tourt of Appeals, i
But forecasting court annoint
meats is tricky business. No one
was more surprised than Minton
a poor boy rrort Indiana who
made good the hard way. when he
was named to the nation's top tr
bunal to succeed Justice Wiley B'
Kulledge in October 1949.
Minton never had been elven
any chance for the court because
he was one of the tieht elinna of
new ileal senators who backed
tne late President Roosevelt's 1937
supreme uurt packing plan.
But going for him was the fact
that Minton waa a lone-time friend
and Senate colleague of former
1-resiaent Truman, the .man who
appointed him to the court.: They
usea 10 sit next to each other in
the Senate: :i
Minton.. .who- toM rpnnrtara in a
fnendly chat that bis career has
been happy- in every respect,"
said he had no, idea who would
succeed him. .
There will ha mnra intaraaf In
that than in my passing.'V ho said.
"I am an echo, that will be but a
flash of light on the horizon."
The White .House acknowledger!
Minton's letter of retirem pnt hitt comment on a successor.
There were indications that Mr.
fciserinower himself did not know
whom he would choose. ;r
..Some .administration .sources,
discouraged soecilation .about
Brwnll, parKy btcaut h is
binj mentioned ( pasiiblo
COP Senat candidal from
Now York. But Mr. Truman
rchd into tha Justice Depart Department
ment Department whn h promoted former
31 Hafiiras Sign 4
fll Geneva Mselinq :
GfeNEVA. Sent, I dTPi Tki.
tyone nations, Russia ; inrlnHpH
yesterday signed a new. anti-sla ve
ry treaty making human bondage
a criminal offense., Tha United
States did not 'sign. ;y i
, l ne convention is designed to
supplement the 1926 League nf Na.
tions compact outlawing outright
afcvery,. debt bondagej Serfdom
and th sale or gift of brides or
The document will comj Into
lorco after any two signatories
have ratlfie-i it. It will be open to
signature by any of the 87 mem members
bers members of the United Nations or its
specialized agencies until next Ju July
ly July 1
The United States had abstained
through most of the conference de
bate and had announced before beforehand
hand beforehand that it would not sign the
completed, document: ,. i
Officially, the United States said
It considered abolition pf slavery
as it stiil exists in more backward
parts of the world would be better
achieved by more ratifications to
me 198 convention and by educa
tion and economic aid for nations
where slavery still exists. ...
Unofficially. It was believed the
united State did not subscribe to
the new convention because there
might be congressional opposition
to an international treaty which
affects internal questions of other
nations. j

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- Arty. Gen. Tom CUrk to tha

Dulles name also has popped up
in the past. He is a skilled inter-
national lawyer and 'it was under
stood his name was on a list of
possible candidates for the la at
court vacancy. It ultimately went
10 r. warren who also was nam
ed4 chief justice,
Judge Parker inevitably is men
tioned wnen there is a court' va
cancy. ..He was nominated 1o the
high court by former 'President
Hoover. The Senate turned thumbs
down; however, 'in a historic clash
wun tne white House.
Minton emphasized he was retir
ing rather than resigning a -fact
wnicn would allow him to accept
temporary federal court assign
ments.. Me wui retire on a p e n n-sion
sion n-sion equal to his full salary of
$35,000 a year. This is permissible
unaer a law perroiting justices to
retire at 65 after 15 years on the
leaerai oencn. ; .
Minton,- whoa hair is thinning
but just turning gray, said h
might tak torn temporary as
slgnmnt on th Svnfh U.S.
Circuit Court of Appeals, whoro
ho srvd previously. H said ho
als might. rv on torn circuit
or fadaral district court,
Discussing-his ailment, he said
it causes weaknesses in the 1pp
and brings on old aee neremature J
iy. ne said u s iixe diaoetes.
You can do something about it but
you can't cure it." i . I
Chief justice Warren issued a
brief statement expressing 1 his
"sincere regret" over Minton's re-
tirement. He said the court was I
losing "a splendid justice" and1
expressed hope that Minton's i
"well-earned .retirement will soon
restore him to his usual strength!
and vigor." ? i
Despite his earlier down-the-linel
championship of FDR' New Deal.l
Minton has contended that he is
neither a liberal nor a conserva-l
tive. But if anything, the pattern!
of his high court decisions has1
been on the conservative side.
- Ho frequently has joined with
Justice Stanley F. Rd and Jus Jus-tie
tie Jus-tie Burton in' opposition to th
volving liberal wing composed
f Mr. War-ran and Justices Hu Hugo
go Hugo U Black and William O
Douglas. Th other thr justic justices
es justices ore found alternately n both
Sidl. ji'-v; .y ;,.'. vfi;.'-.- t ,h.
Minton, who will. be 66 0ct. 20,
appeared philosonhic as he discus
sed his retirement.
There was a time." ha- nalrf
"when they waited on an elderly

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Enjoy listening to beautiful French, Italian,
English and Spanish melodies sang f by
this magnificent singer at the Grill Hotel

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All Olympic Gastronomic Whims

yttn of intensive research went
into plans to satisfy the gastro gastro-aomical
aomical gastro-aomical whims of the 6,000 Olym Olympic
pic Olympic athletes and officials who will
: spend three,, weeks,, here in .,Jio-

. vemner. ;,- ...
, "You tell us, what yon like, and
it matter what it is. we will

get it for you, said Brigadier

Cyril Elliot, director of Olympic
housing and catering. He prom promised,
ised, promised, that international visitors
from more than 75 nations will
get the utmost in culinary quality
t and fidelity. -"
At tha Heidelbera Olympic Vil

lage, now almost ready for the
visitors who .will start arriving
rtv in November. 10 separate

' kitchens will be supervised by 200
chefs drawn from all over the

world. Thousands of different in

ternational. dishes will come from

the kitchens to aatisfy any crav craving,
ing, craving, for home cooking.

The' athletes will have 20 dining

rnnms in the villsse.

There will be up to 30 different

kinds of curries for the Indians,
.. scores of elaborately mixed dishes

; for the Chinese, roast turkey and
- cranberry sauce for the Americans,
! 1 kosher meat for the Jews, vege vege-tarian
tarian vege-tarian mixtures for the Moham

medans, special cheeses and fla fla-Stvorines
Stvorines fla-Stvorines and spices, special rices

and breads, curds and pickles and
; suckling pig with sour cream for
the Russians...
After sifting through the various

' information collected from differ

ent sources, long list of dishes

were prepared one for each of

in visaing nations ana sent over'
seas for their approval

' To assure complete authenticity
)in detail, Tom' Carlyon, an Olym Olympic
pic Olympic official who owns several Mel-
: bourne hotels, went abroad to re re-.
. re-. emit 160 chefs to mastermind the
operation. Arrangements were
made with the Immigration De Department
partment Department to provide free transport
to Australia on the understanding

tiktEteafc True Life Adventures

that they would .settle here after
the games.
Catlyon said the chefs would do
much to improve the standard of
foods and food preparation in Mel

bourne and other cities throuch-

employed. He said all the chefs

are tuliy qualified and that half of

tnem are "top class."
;In:. addition, Melbourne Invited

competing, nations to bring : their
own cooks or "spacers'' along to
supervise, special natural dishes.

The Russians jumped at this on on-portumty
portumty on-portumty and -undertook to brine

out at least one first-class chef,

possimy j wo.
Another' item was special re

quirements for y national festivals

and feast days, Nov. 22, for in instance,
stance, instance, the opening day of the
Games, is America's Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving Day. Thus the U. S. menu al already
ready already has the traditional fare of
t u r k e yy cranberry sauce and
pumpkin pie. Australian turkeys
and pumpkins will be used but the
Melbourne hosts will get the cran cranberry
berry cranberry jelly from the States, n..
Various items will have to be
imported smoked salmon,
seaweed soup, rice from Thailand
and ghee, the unsalted, clarified

butter used by the Indians. Maple
syrup will be brought out for the
In all, 6,000 meals will be served
three times a day for 17 days at
the village. This will mean 2,000
waiters, cooks, gardeners, domes domestic
tic domestic servants, guards, engineers,
carpenters, electricians, and ac accountants
countants accountants to keep the village ''go ''going.
ing. ''going. v
This is what the athletes will

consume; 10 tons of butter, 6 tonsi
of cheese, 500,000 eggs, 80 tons of I
fresh vegetables, 50 tons of salad1

ingredients, 16,000 bread rolls, 60

tons of fresh fruit, 150.000 pints

of milk, ilOO tons of meat and 10

tons of nee.

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Ceorga? How did people ever find romance before the the-auto
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The Secretary ef the Embassy and Consul General of
, Chile in Fanama were guests honor at a, dinner riven
last nitht by members of tee Diplomatic Corpi accredited
i'-te Fanama. The dinner was held by the swimming pool
- at the Union Club: The auesU of-honor wilt soon be leav leav-,
, leav-, in i Panama for 'their new post in Ottawa, Canada.

Fabretas Feted M
Uruguayan Embassy
Tha Amhassador of UfUEUay Br,

Felix Polleri Carrio and his wife
gave a dinner last night at the tm tm-baisy
baisy tm-baisy residence in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Jose "Isaac 'Fabrega.
Or, And Mrs. Theodore Arias
Intertain- At; km1-?
Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Anas
will entertain a group of friends at
a 'cocktail party at Amador Offic Officers
ers Officers Club, tomorrow night.
Edward Davidson Starts -
ian Vaar At Harvard

. Edward Crawford Davidson, son

of Mr." and-Mrs. biuart woss u u-vidson
vidson u-vidson of Fprt Amadpr, enters his
' senior year at Harvard this week.
TTrhnTvWhn n!rl a story to Argo

sy, on. Panama fishing, has- had
his work published in the Harvard
Ila'graduated from. Kent School
with tophonors some years ago,

: anri hai the honor of rowing for

Knt on the Thames in England

. During' the summer he has spent

f. some- lime serving wun vi
V O.T.Ci and has done all kinds of
odd jobs from working in a hospi-

5 i.i u iiiinr fish on Fridays, ac

) cording to his mother, who is jus-



tifiably proud of her intelligent
and versatile son. Edward spent
the last few weeks of his vacation

visiting Mexico. j Skit Will

Ba Feature Of Tea

Mrs. Geri Mc Grif and Mrs

Keith Boberts will present a Chi

nese skit at the Balboa Women's
Club annual tea, Wednesday.-. The
tea will be held at the USO-JWB
Center -between the hours of 3 p.m.-

and' S p.m. Members and their
guests are welcome."
New Members Welcomed
At Clavton Wvles' Club

New members of the Fort Clay

ton Officers' Wives' were weicom

erf this week at the club' regular
monthly coffee. The coffee wis
held at the Fort Clayton Officers'

Club. i

' Hostesses for the meeting were
Mrs. Ann Barnes. Mrs. Ann Taffe

and Mrs. Sally Tenhat.

i New members of the club in included
cluded included Mrs. Louise Heckinger,

Mrs.- Cleon Kmnert, Mrs. Marga Margaret
ret Margaret Cornelius, Mrs. Dorothy Chat Chat-terton.
terton. Chat-terton. Mrs. Alice Plencner, Mrs.

Meg Ramsey and Mrs. Miriam


Etch aatice fat iacluiiaa la this
taluma ihanid be tuamittad i
tyaa-wtittte tn and Mailed t eae
the bra umbara listed daily
"Sacial aad Otherwiaa," ar deliver delivered
ed delivered by haad ta the attics. Nttices at
maatiaaa eno be accepted by
teltahaa. 3
Arts And Crafts

-r'? and Crafts Group -of

the Balboa Woman's Club will
: tuJ nuuie of Mrs. Jo

ftugnes, house 1520 A Akee Street

Monday at a a m; All memberf

are urged to attend...

Shake River Run Fancies
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KlVER tUF) Some weeks
ago, Oliver McNabb works only
two days. But and he's not kiu-ding--"they're
the longest days
tne.e are." .
. McNabb is the captain of the
wenaha that much

ef the year is the only link with
ovulation for the V5 families
ih iiv alnna the banks of the

s.l Kivnr lor 100 twisting, rap

iu-kcd. miles, upstream Jrom

Le sion', 1 mo.
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FAXEL DISCCSSES RELIGIOUS QUESTIONS Rer. 8oerheirl is master, of ceremonlas at
"Inspiration Pieaae," a religious program, which-made its debut at Fort Kobbe last-Sunday.
Theptnel answered Questions read by the M.C. as vtlX as questions from the .floor.




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ny woman, however rushed.

ought to allow -some time in her

busy schedule for kindness.

It smart for a woman to be

able, to manage a job and a home

u s spienaia of woman to do

great deal for her family,

bus she is leading a narrow.

self-centered life if she doesn't

The Chaplains activities center j pose of seeking for' the truth per-i

at ion &ODM was toe scene w a vaneo. n y,

great deal-of interesting debate, There was very good congre-

ernest speech and some lughtei gauon present.- it votea ny up-

last .Sunday evening.. The panel raised hands that the evening was

consisted of three men ana two, t ; tremendous success.

women from both military ana


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. Product jo fJNmZecilahd

civilian 'life in the Zone. The mat-

ter of ceremonies was Rev. Soer-

heide. auxiliary army chaplain,

and -director of Editorial Caribe
in Panama. Rev. Arthur Zylslra
of Radio Station HOXO carried a

portable microphone to any mem mem-ocr
ocr mem-ocr of the congregation who wish wished
ed wished to apeak.

i The Questions were many and

varied, and often had the panel

reserve a little time for doing' scratching its collective head for

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1 Hii'Vd I umwi 1

Uui 14 teas a.i I (..,
half tlm; ei.t in
ft it's up to its limit
u'$ or a load of pigs.
i is powered by a pair

if i 5 liu.5(-power oiesei engines,
driving 2t-inch ; propellers.
lU-.Nabb steers with an eight eight-tjioked
tjioked eight-tjioked wheel that controls dual
tn-by-four toot rudders.
The Wenaha has a draft of less
than two teet. This Is all-essential
for oration on the Snake, par par-ticulaiiy
ticulaiiy par-ticulaiiy during the many months
ef "low water'1 when rocks in the
continuous series of rapids are
slv, close to the v surface.

Goipg dowBstieam with the cur current,
rent, current, the vessel. can make up
to 24 miles an hour. Upstream,
iim mvAra ran be measured at

times w inches,' mighty few of
thm at that, per ; minute aa

Durirg the 100 miles travelled
hv f Vnaha. the Snake rises

about i:t Some of the steep

canyon walis shelter rapids so vio
l.nt that thv resemble a set el

stairs,' rather than navigable

river; j- '' ""-;.v' v ;
: t(..VVk frenk-

' l.j.cKnnlrl man in hia late 20'S.

hfpu caotain' of the Wenaha

, for sx vears. His mail contract

.v-( i,'c ki must, make the ZOO

mile trip, upstream one day aad

down the next, once a week.

On the imstream voyage, the

vessel carries a varied cargo of

mail, casoline. appliances, farm

equipment, livestock and, as Mc McNabb
Nabb McNabb puts it, "just about any

thing you can, name."
On the way back to the Lewis
ton dock, it hauls occasional pas

sengers, farm produce and mail
that includes letters to stores or ordering
dering ordering supplies for delivery the
next week on the Wenaha.
McNabb's a captain of much
action but few words.

Asked why he threaded his way

around the port aide or a rutie rutie-lined
lined rutie-lined samll t. instead of to the

-v ir.l, l. replied simply,
I t.i "1 to elaborate, he a-.l-

eJ: "Lo, vs cetier.' And, with a

twist of the wheel and a poke at

the throttle, the subject was


things for others.

The woman who aeant te visit
a sick friend but never got around

to it, who meant to send over a

hot dish to the neighbor who had
a death in the family, who meant

to mvite to her home the newcom

er she met and whose loneliness

she sensed but never found the
tune to ease isn't being a whole


the answers. Here are a few

amples., "Why do more women

than men v come to church?
"Why is the church of today a
gainst the Mst of alcoholic bever

ages when it was used in the New

Testament and by N Jesus him

self?" Why do not protestants

pray for the dead as Catholics do,




WACIIINGTON, Sept. t (UP) -k
mm in buvina mood phoned

the Jntor.or Department long dis distance
tance distance frf-n Lakeland, Fla., yeste

tv Ha wanlftd ta talk to Secretan"

Fred A. Staton about buying the


During the summer, many of
the boat-supplied farmer residents
of the central Snake River can canyons
yons canyons leave their alfalfa .patches
and take their stock te the high

lands for pasturage. The places
on McNabb's river route are
taken by sportsmen and engineers
working on power dam locations.

The mail contract requires the
once w e k 1 y trip.' Only three
times in his six years has Mc

Nabb notbeen able to make it
This spring, the flood-crested wa

ters were to littered with trees

and other debris that there wau

no hope ef making it for three
weeks. -5 -':
The Snake does not ice un tn

the winter, but it does snow down!

in the

days permit

reach the river. When visibility1,

is poor, MciNano turns on nis

spotlight, revs up his engines and

jama on anyway. :

He has only two crew members
both for the regular runs and

the occasional charter trips. Keen Keen-eyed
eyed Keen-eyed Paul Redman, who is even!

less conversationally minded thaii

the Skipper, is pilot. iU DeVauit

is the deck hand, grease monkey
mechanic and cook in the small

er.:rs:ry Dzr.ce ;
to Xzn Aclivi;::$
Fcr (1:5 Al!::ra

By tradition, wamen are the

ones who take time for small kind

;.esses, who remember and do

something about the troubles of,
others, ; who keep in touch with

friends whether they live close by
or at a distance.

If the woman of the family

doesn't do these things they are

usually left undone, and the wom woman
an woman herself and her- whole family!

feel the difference. -., ,-.

Human Tauch la Vital

A family's closeness to others'

the. number and intimacy of it

fri"ui.f!v,rs. its of be". t

part of the community, all res.

the human tomb.

Too many women today can

find time for a beauty shop a p-

polntment every week, but no

time to visit ue sick.
They find time for self-improvement
courses,; but no time to
improve the lot of ethers.
The- find time for doing every

thing for their children much of
which their children could and
should be doing lor themselves
but no time for anyone else's child.
Such elose-to-home living makes
for- selfishnesi and detachment.
It's bad for a woman's personal personality
ity personality and growtlt and bad for her
family. -'"
So no matter how busy you are,
remember te reserve a little) time
each week for kindness that gees
behond the, walla ef your own
home. ; . i

The question was read by the
M.C., one by one, : as he pulled
them out of the box. Members of

the panel could volunteer to aa

swer if they wished. Any volunteer

had just three minutes to speak.

i At the end of this time a large

brass belt, commuted by the na-

Next Sunday a now set of que-

tions will be brought forward and

whole new panel seated on the

platform. Movies are provided for
the children in another room so
the whole family, is invited. The

time is :30 p.m. at the chaplains
activity center. Fort Kobbe. The
panel next week' will include the


Mrs. Tucker, wife -of Captain

Wm.-B.Tucker USN, Rodman. Dr.
John Woods, Gorges Hospital. Mrs.

Miie Johnson, wife of Lieutenant

Johnson. Ft. Kobbe. Lt. CoL Mor

ris Naudts, Commanding Officer,

uuarry tieisms. vnapiain roiii

Sink. Major, USAF,. Abrook Air

Base. ; v v

Last Sundav's program was re

corded by C.F.N. and will be re re-broadcast
broadcast re-broadcast at 5.30 this coming Sun-

Out On 2 Strikes


NEA Peed and Markets Editor

From North Falmouth on Cape
Cod we drove to nearby breeze breeze-swept
swept breeze-swept Treadway Inn. J a m e i
Clark, the tall and youthful innkeeper,-has
a special way : with
chicken. .- r ., -,..
Chicken Clark style .mi goes
like this: Use' broiler-fryer chick chickens
ens chickens cut into serving nieces. Dust

seiy lightly with flour. In a heavy

pan brown chicken delicately in
LOTS of butter or marearine.

Then add either fresh or canned

mushrooms (d r a in e d). Saute
slightly.. .Next, add sliced, ripe
olive and blanched almonds. Sea

son to taste with salt and pepper.
Add Vi cup sherry or Vt cup
vegetable stock with lemon juice.
Bake in moderate oven (about 373
degrees F,) for 45 minutes, or

until tender.

Turn chicken occasionally and

add more liquid if necessary to

pievont drying.. j i

Chef O'Dennel Fevers'
Chjcken Banna Fetnme

Uie -Ii broiler-fryer ; chickens,

aoout zvs pounds each.- cut up,
stasc n with salt and pepper. In

large pan, carefully saute in but

ter or marearine until vnlrlcn

brown: Remove chicken. In same

pan, Saute shallots, chopped.

Next add sherry or lemon juice

to taste. Keduce liquid slightly

then return 'chicken to pan. Add
1 pint f of. brown sauce. Cover, and
cook In moderate oven (350 7 de-

Or.DF.N. tltabu. VPt .A M

age burglar admitted here that R" F until tender- Stut.e 8maU
returning fo' the' scene of the wh'l onions (pearl) until golden
j T7i.i. -land and M i-hirtn 1iif hpfnr

vy, was rung and then any one 'iw... .u 'serving- -
thk nn...tiAn- i;t -Watson called police after catch-, It"",

m the vouth. in the a.-t of hur-: "w- wn, sauce is., reany

,V ..: iPREsest& 1
, J: by J Priestley 4
' Sfptember 10 through,!? ,
, .". Curtain 8. p.m. :i ;' ;

For reservations call'.

(Balboa) 2-3683:,

the congregation' Could speak for;

one minute on the subject. Often
many people on the floor and on
tha platform had somethinf to say
about the subject at hand. The opi

nions did not always coincide, but

gSrig witJV lit
'and veeetahle' stock.



good humour and a serious, purmc-nt.

around, On an earlier v hit lie had

taken Watson 'flshmg equip-

Dorrllr; Ch

Former Ballerina, Radio JRockette and Active
'.. Member of Danca Masters of AmericA,

Offara Clasaea In '


er, out u noes snow eown.1 -, -
canyon, where the short T p fm
ermit little sunlight tu!, .1 ID L. .-I '

Trtnciit Ir:':.:.: ;

Tap Toe & Rhythmic Exercises"

at the Balboa Y.M.CA. :.
. for all Information call Balboa 1751

' SrafoB wasn't In. so the call

vi .transferred to one of hia Spe

cial assistants, Pmer Bennett. F.n F.n-n"tt
n"tt F.n-n"tt was oul, so Esther Both. Ben Ben-no.fs
no.fs Ben-no.fs secretary took the call
SHe wted to know the nature
of the call so she could tefer it to
the proper authorities. "I want to
b-'v tie moon," the callef, S8'd S8'd-,
, S8'd-, t..,'h said she didn't think the

l,.:enor Department bad jurisdic-

Ui-a.- : .;f.-';...:-::.i.j: t :?

The man whose identity

w,U.,;M. insisted it did. He said
l.e v -iuld snd a. eheck as soon
as title could be arranged. -?
: I,o. h decided te transfer!
t' t c'l to Edward Woozley, direc direc-t
t direc-t r r' t- I ureau tf Land Manage-

p..:. vS.irh has jurisdiction ov-

c lands.
..... . .. ...

V --v also was out and the

i t ei to another secretary.

i he wanted title to Uie
. I'd said "get it arranged

." Then he bung up.

I r the oublic land laws a

i ; i hij tn KDei'ifv that he per

Hi inspected the land be

Beeinninr tomorrow. Club Alta

mira will participate ta series o'

acuvmes prepaieu iu tuourcuuu
with the celebration of the Club's
fourth anniversary.
, Religious services at the Wesle Wesle-yan
yan Wesle-yan Methodist Church in Panama
City at I a.m. will be the first of
these activities. A commemora commemorative
tive commemorative meeting during the week wil
will be the second major activity,!
while the third and final event wi l
be the club's fourth anniversary
dance to be held at the Club Tro Tropical
pical Tropical in Colon on Saturday, Sept
.15. -,' -v--
Club Altamira has successfully
promoted several social events

worthy of note. Among these are
its anniversary dances as well as

wis a barn dance aeid in isa, and a

Members of the three Infantry
battalions of the 20th Infantry Re Regiment
giment Regiment will begin air transportabi transportability
lity transportability training Monday for a period
until Seotember 10.

, In connection with the training,
iPht C-il Flying Boxcars from

air Hnrca irooD earner uuu

ron in the United States landed at

Howard Air Force ease weaaesi

day. ' '
The aircraft will remain In the
Canal Zone until Sept. 20 when it
is planned they will return to the
United States.
During the training period, train training
ing training flights will be made to It i
Hate, France Field and Howard

Air transDortability is aa annual

Department of the Army training


Final plans were made last

week when an Air Force liasoa

team visited the Canal Zone.

springtime dance held last April

' ipe unanciai gains oi uiese v
vents reDresent the club's scholar

ship funut it is irom in is i u n o

that the club fulfills its contrac contractual
tual contractual oblieationa for two scholar

ship for Milton James at the Arts

and crafts scnooi ana csmeraiaa
Lonez at the Professional School

The fourth anniversary dance
to be held at the Club Tropical on
Sept. 15, is shaping up to be. an
outstanding attaiar.
A delightful evening of entertain entertainment
ment entertainment is assured those who attend.
The Sonoramic orchestra, con

tracted to dispense the music, is

Test Fcr Tci.:rs
Given Cy Tcs!:r$

University of Tennessee psycholo

gist and his wife have designed the
nation's first "test" for those who

give tests. j i

Dr. and Mrs. Edward E, Cureton

styled a working scile model
which looks like a test, performs
like test, but stops short of fiw

"iag test results.

The device allows students in
elementary psychology courses
the university to practice using the
tests and to gather actual data for

studies of test profiles, statistics
and measurement heories. i


to our ." customers and general public that
we hae opened our new business store at
the Transisthmian Highway (near theSears" theSears"-'
' theSears"-' Roebuck Branch-Los Angeles Urbanization)
where we will gladly accept your' orders.1
. telephone 3-7286 ;

and .vegetable' stock.'

. j I ill 1 1 K
To I!:r.:r fc:ricc.i
. ,.

NANTWICH. England, Sept. t-

(UP) The Nantwich Town Coun

cit'today planned to perpetuate
one Briton's private memorial for
an American pilot-who. died fight,
ing the common enemy in World

War II. . ". ?

Retired Ironmonger Philip
Geerge -Ml up ,the 'memorial te
Lt. Arthur Brewn, ef Orange Orangeburg,
burg, Orangeburg, N.Y., whose Thunderbolt
fighter crashed into Brawn's pre.
ty in 1944. Brawn's body was bu buried
ried buried se deep in the crater that It
never waa, recovered.. '.

'George had the crater' railed off

and erected a plaque, t resn now-

r were Hiaced tin It ever? week.

. Last Mav, George died. In hip
will, he left the plot to the local

council, provided the grave wouta

be tended .regularly,

Council Clark D..T.. Evans said

the town is thinking of turning the

area into a park.,



; .: :30f BIBLE SfHOOL. lot aU ie ;
; joMORofWolRSHip', ; :t;v :
' 'misT aboveVali,w ;
. Dr.. Robert, C. Lee Spa'aklng" -,
. 6 :30 B.T.U. ; Training in Christian Xiviny
; 7 :30-COMPROxllSES OF'THl; DEVILW! ;
Dr, Robert C. Lei i Spoakinj '! y l
' EVERY -NlCHT; 7:30 i'; ,..

haytt you -haar'.
-tharn? l"


lano 'mi. bass and druni
entertain the late crowd"
very Friday and Saturday -midnlte
to 4r30 f.m.-tn tho

alrondltiQabd Bajbpa Bar.

tNlghtcap' on-tha-bousa t 4:30 a,m.)' 4&mfj r
Oeorga also elaya th 1aho'- l l-i


f$w minutes


I 7rx

Get mon mib
cf cushiony"
ccrnfort hera

"test" will be used on a fit-'

tion-wide basis to train psychology


t, buy, Caaii,ouDiea curBuy "f-.-J Lwiilnn students in rlvinJ

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you're assured of proper chassis care for your main and
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Will be off in Curundu and Los
Angeles Developments from 6
6 a.m. to 12 m. on Sunday, Sep September
tember September 9, 1?56.

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Ave. TtveU Hi
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' (All. KINDS)
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Phone Pnmt W5M
'Write Box L. Balboa, C.L.
Hour. I to H, I;'0 tnn
Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon.
Alter hours Pan 3-7050
. .. )'' -'
Educational.; Life. 1
' Automobile. Fire, etc.
bR. C. 1. fAlMCA, 0 0 J.
las i:
laam'K'ding !-UAim
or Y '"""
classic, popular and i
J7 Street No. -A-.TeLS159S
; Open until W
rack to school with smart
Aln cut! wave you ean
. .. well afford.
MCX Urty Salon
. Tel.-1-3677
Kbbbe, AFB
Ini Cage Final
vrMu and Albrook Air
roroo Base- make tonight's, final!
game of the Air rorce iuvn,-uu
t.kthall tournament a ; carbon
eopy5yI the l955 onen
When the two teams
et3or the -championship, Kobbe
won-and went on to win the
command's cage crown. This year,
Kobbe Is once again iavored.
- . -:rjt
Bern Albrook anal Kobbt -who-meet
In the final, gomo at
l:3:p.m. at Albrook won
as vletorlot to gain the pay
ff bracket. Kobbo w h a m P
Navvv I2-42, and Albrook stomp stomp-4
4 stomp-4 Army Atlantic, 70-59. f
Army Atlantic nd Navy .meet
at :jo to the; consolation: game.
mnHn by
1 Auaf, liATtiasi aVASSocuTn
v;. ? Did Ask
. Abattoir Radons) I
Bauecriduclarlo ...... "4171
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CenrecWie Hadonal .... at r ...
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Coca Cola
' Cuentaji Cemerdalee
PreL with Com. ..m
Desliladora Hadonal ...
rinanelere tsbnefia ;'
Pret with Com.
Tinanias, S.A.
' ft et with Com.
is js
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Hotalrn interanwrtcanoa. SSe
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Panamefie do Aeeltee
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Panameha da Plbraa ... SS
Panamefla da 8eguroa .. SS IT
Vanamefla do Tabaco .. U -. ,. U 11
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(Commercial Notice



FOR RENT: Chalet, 3 bed bed-teams.
teams. bed-teams. Street, El Cengrejo.
Phone 3-4553.
rapiir all t j a t, alactrical or
urimI. Almacao Elactrica Lloyd,
Phana 2-2202.
' FOR SALE: Six-piaca mahf
any living raom tat;, portabla
Rayal typawritar catvad Ckinai
chart (largtl. with drawan;
small radio; mahogany coffaa fa-
' ola; 'fleer lamp. All excellent
. condition.' Apply after 5 p.m.,'
1421 Eipave, Margarita. Phone
' 3-IIS2.
FOR SALE: I electric water
. beater in excellent condition,
HMd one year $75; alto I Watt Watt-1
1 Watt-1 ingheuie portable ovan with
' broiler attachment $30. Call A-
mador 5IS4 doring office hour.
Panama. 3-6050 after 4 p.m.
' FOR RENT Concrete chalet, 3
bedroom, recently painted, large
kitchen, many cloteti, modern
bathroom, 2 porchai, hot water,
' maid't room with bath, garage,
, fenced yard, good neighbors. Via
"Porrac 9I-B. :
FOR $ALE: Wicker chain, 25'
cycle electric clocki, Q.M. din-
. ing luita, beokihalvei 25-cyclo
electric motor,- porcelain top ta table,
ble, table, portable dry cabinet!, porch
, partition, bamboo screen, lawn
chair, electrified reed organ, 1$
mm. Bell fr Howell movie cam"
era. Phene 2-3167. 790-C Tar.
omilla Street, Balboa.
; FOR SALE: Norge automatic
washer and Engliih-mada Ascot
water heater. Both near new,
Phone 3-3885 1
FOR SALE.- Electrolux icebox
top deepfreeie, $75. See any any-,
, any-, fime. Phone Cur. 5179; 2127-C
East 6th Street, Curundu.
..l!)6::d In Clubs
Too i-Too many television personalities
have proved flops in night clubs
material that goes over on TV.
according to. a couple of veteran
because they try to use the same
nifht ellih TIsita SmooI
. u
and Bert Qrover. ; ;
The two5 operate the Cal-Neva
Club on the Nevada side of Lake
iTahoe anc hire 'such big-name at-
UWUUU9.I9 ueorge uooei, jimmy;
Durante and Mickey Rooney. ,J

leie vision Has done more to, year in Boca Raton, where Kon Kon-encourag
encourag Kon-encourag .....talent ; than anything lertson said, he would "have to
else in the history of show busi-work twice as hard to keep up

ness," S?egel said. "But you can't
just step cold from TV onto a
,.cIub staS ?nd expect to
- ib mu dous oown, aiegei sam, V)
the hard fact that a person wholl
sit and watch a TV comic for
free isn't nearly so demanding as
the one who pays several dollars
to see a floor show."
' Unfortunately, S i e g e V added,
some stars who have stepped
from TV to night clubs haven't
kept this in mipd and sharpened
their material accordingly.
, The jump from night club to
TV, on the other hand, is usually
much easier because the perform performer
er performer has gone through the worst,
Graver said. Facing n live audi audience
ence audience that has spent good .money
to see you is tiie prime test, he
added. r


Blng Crosby, the world's most famous crooner, Is back
at the old stand again. It was thought for awhile ibztht
had gone ver to the .camp of the longhalrs, but after
aensational joust with the dramatic Oscar, Der Single ts
one more playing the type of movie role he practically in invented.
vented. invented. Starred with Donald O'Connor, Jeanmaire, Mitzt
Gaynor and Phil Harris in spectacular new musical com comedy
edy comedy "ANYTHING GOES," the Groaner has been raking in
raves for his singing, dancing and inimitable Crosbian
clowning. The lavishly produced VistaVlsion and Techni Technicolor
color Technicolor which will OPEN AT THE CENTRAL, features six great
Cole Porter songs, magnificent sets and constumes, and so
much dancing it required three choreographers forJts


FOR SALE: Mark VII Jaguar
4-door sedan, exceptional condi condition.
tion. condition. Call for appointment, Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-6824..
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Station
Wagon, 8 passenger, 4 door.
Call after 4 p.m. 2-1405 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1952 Nash Ram Rambler
bler Rambler Station Wagon, excellent
' condition, radio. Call Coco Solo
451 or 220.
' FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Super
4-door. all accesoriet. Best rea rea-V
V rea-V sanabla offer. Phone Coco Solo
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Victoria
hardtop, perfect condition. 5616 5616-D,
D, 5616-D, Diablo. Phone 2-2488 Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: Dodge Pickup, 3
' new tires, $135. Call Interna-'
tional Baxaar, Phono 1028, Ce-
i Ion. -. : .' K. i. ...
Fla. Realtor Bays V
Irish Eslale Worlh I
Around $280,000
1 OH .V' s
'NEW YORK, Sept. 8 (UP) A
Florida realtor and his wife left
by plane yesterday on a visit to
their 8,500-acre Irish estate that
includes several of the Lakes of
Killarney. r."
A; Stuart Robertson, of Boca!
Raton, Fla., concluded an agree
ment for the property ,- several
weeks ago at a price that he con con-ceded
ceded con-ceded was in "the general area"
of $280,000;
Robertson said' he would' not
auempi 10 comiueiuiaiue uu uie
value of the lakes as a tourist
attraction, adding that this policy1
already had won bim support from
neighbors in Ireland who original originally
ly originally oDDosed-the transaction.
"As evidence of my gootl faith,
I have given first option to the
former owner, the Republic of
Ireland and or the township of.
Killarney to purchase the prop
erty in the event of my death,"
he said,
In addition to the manor house
and the lakes, the estate includes
Historic koss castie, seven cot
tages, a 25-stall stable and a small
Robertson said he and his wife,
beginning next year, would live
on tne estate irom June, mrougn
October and spend the rest of the
both homes."
Cf T riricfftnhpr
To Sponsor Contest
U The first count of votes in the an
mial queen contest being sponsored
by the parochial organizations of
St. Christopher's! Church will be!
held on Friday, Sept. 21 beginning
at 7:30 p.m. -.:..-.v. r-.J
The count will be held on the
church grounds in Parqiie Lefevre
. Those participating in this year's
contest are: Sara Birmingham,
sponsored by the Woman's Auxilia
ry; Joyce Wilson, sponsored by
the Youth Grouos: Thelma Clarke.
sponsored by the Singletons and
Melida Brooks, sponsored by the
Choir Guud,


BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
FOR SALE: 12-ton hydraulic
'truck lack. 5616-D, Diablo.
FOR SALE: Dacron and wool
dark brown suit, new, only worn
twice, eixe 46 long, price $35.
j House ,720-C, Prado, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Large awing set,
with airglida, like new, $30.
Navy 3519, Redman 204-A.
LOST. Between Colon and Chi Chi-quita,
quita, Chi-quita, small female puppy. Whit
. neck, legs and tip of tail. Nam
' Spottie, Reward. Cristobal 3"
2356 or 3-1533.
Wanted To Rent
WANTED: By American fami family,
ly, family, unfurnished, 3 -bedroom cha chalet.
let. chalet. Prefer Paitilb area or do-
. or to town. Phone 3-3744.
mlijabelh Taylor.
Mich-cl Wilding
Plan Separation
LONDON. Sept. 8 (UP)- Amer
ican film star I Elizabeth .Taylor
and her- husband, British actor
Michael Wilding, are going ahead
with plans for a divorce, friends
said today.
The couple separated some time
ago but had continued to share a
home and were trying to patch up
tneir differences. :. i
iMiss Tavlor yesterday was ouot
ed as saving she was "passionate'
ly" in love with, producer Mike
Todd with whom she dined in New,
York. :
Newspaper reports quoted Wild
ing as saying he did not believe
it. -:Mt-But
close friends commented:
"Mike isn't upset about the storv.
It isn't this romance that hurt
him it's the one before it."
They refused, to name the man
m the alleged earlier romance,
but said he was a movie star.
"Mike is more worried about
his career at the moment than a
bout his wife," the friends said.
Poro Hairdressers
Of Reinbov City
To Honor Coloniles
The Poro (hairdressers) Club
of Rainbow City will publicly hon
or two Colon residents Monday
night at Club Tropical. .. s
Cited for recognition are Mrs
Claris Richards-Arthur, school
teacher, civic worker, and director
of the 27-year-old Atlantic Beav
ers Dramatic club, and B. A. Camp

bell, the Atlantic side correspon-, tt t a -.... !l
dent for the weekly Panama TrM.lJKOll LCIIIalCII
kn4 no,, mill o.i; r, dlIell V

merit for being "cooperative com
munity workers.
Foremen Councilman Ramon
Mendex will make the introduc introductory
tory introductory remarks while the Rev. Fr.
Robert Vignoia. will give the Invo
cation. The Rambow City, Commu Community
nity Community Band will render two musi
cal items under direction of pro-
lessor negipam i. rrescoii. ;
Miss Wilma Blackman and Miss
June King will contribute vocal
selections and, Edwin Cobham, a
piano selection,; Mrs. Lena Adams
will give a guitar solo. Presenta
tion of scrolls to Mrs. Arthur will
be made by the Councilman Hec Hector
tor Hector Connor and to Campbell by
Morman C. Brown. Closing re
marks will be made by Mrs. AI
berta (Sugar) Parker, president o
the roro club. : , i 3 '
i There will he Jio adml s s i o n
charge to the program;
.., : 1
Crown Scored p
For Prejudice
LONDON, Sept. 8 (UP) The
Catholic Times, leading Roman
Catholic publication in Britain, to today
day today accused top government eche
lons of bearing "old prejudices"
against members of the faith.
The Paner said it "deplored"
the fact that no one represented
Queen Elizabeth at the recent fun
eral of Bernard Cardinal Griffin.
primate of the Catholic church
in Britain who .died last month.
. It said the Queen was not. to
blame, but rather "those who ad
vise her." .
45th St' A Via F.srnfia BeUa Vista



saodsrn fur is bed apertmeiitt, 1,
2 bedrooms, be, cold w t a
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart,
mant, bet water, garage, etc.
New residential settlement, San San-tusrie'
tusrie' San-tusrie' Nacienal Street, $110.
Phono 3-6307 or 2-3397.
FOR RENT: Apartment fur furnished,
nished, furnished, 2 bedrooms, maid's room,
porch, bet water, scream, tele telephone,
phone, telephone, large, cool. Calle Colom Colombia
bia Colombia No. 5, Apt, 3-0438. 2-1891.-
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,'
etc. 48th Street No. 27. Ask in
Apt. No. 3. ;..;-.
FOR RENT: Small apartment
in best residential section. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished or unfurnished. 43rd St.
No. 13. .it-'v-.j.-
FOR RENT Beautifully mod modem
em modem twa-bedroem furnished a-
partment. Gerard Ortega St.,
Mirafleres, Apartment v
FFOR RENTApartmenten Via
Perra N. 54. -'.'. r,-'
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
one-bedroom apartment. Golf
Heights, $70 monthly. Phone
Panama 3-4382.
FOR RENT Furnished apart-C
ment including refrigerator,
good surroundings $55. No. 1 12
Via Belisari Porraa, near Roos Roosevelt
evelt Roosevelt Theater. j ,. (

Air Force Unit Stands Ready

To Disarm All Stray Bombs

. mnu rtjn iuhli, oml, uian
TTTT T im T"rtTr.W nidn Tn--
(T'Di. Tl,. .1 irn ...u...
stand ready day and night to dis-
arm Air Force explosives from
rockets to hydrogen bombs dur during
ing during emergencies any place in the
land was told by officers of the
2700th Explosive Ordnance Dispos
al Squadron.
Since it was organized, the
squadron has spent hundreds of
hours clearing abandoned bomb bombing
ing bombing and gunnery ranges of dan-
eerous "duds." and removing con
ventional explosives from aircraft
involved in accidents.
It has' yet to go Into "action in
an incident involving a nuclear
(atomic) or thermonuclear (hy
drogen) weaoon. :
But Capt. Emile Donaldson of
Philadelphia, squadron opera
Uons officer said the "EOD" per
sonnel wouldn't hesitate to work
PI: n$ Jsctpol V
Fcr l'.2Xl ttsnlh
A report on the CaU, Colombia
4ictr and nlans for the U.S. mil
itary services' "JACKPOT V' serie
of disaster control iraiuum
cises in October highhght the a a-conria
conria a-conria announced today for the
Sept. 13 meeting of the Panama
Area Distaff executive council.
Scheduled for 9:30 a.m. at the
Fort Clayton -Officers'. Club, the
forthcoming meeting will feature
in address by Leonard J. Meyer,1
American Red Cross director of
operations for the Caribbean Area
-bout the CaU disaster titled. "it
..m Uannen Herel" Meyer will
in,io an pvnwitness account of
the relief operations in which he
The second portion of the pro
gram wiu be devoted to an orien-
.. tt i i -a. ilia W. aAnA-
tation on "jacupoi v uy iw.
ontaiivpa nf th comnonent serv
nf the Caribbean Command.
EmDhasis on this year's series of
three .separate exercises wiU be to
achieve maximum participation of
the distaff organizations and. the
ladies will be told their part in
the Command's disaster control
program.. ;
In announcing the agenda, Mrs.
Louis T. Heath, president of the
Distaff executive councU, extended
an invitation to aU distaff organiza
tion volunteers and all other ladies
who may be interested to "attend
the Sept. 13 meeting at Fort Clay Clayton,.,
ton,., Clayton,., g:-,,.-,:;:
Red China, U.S.
Envoys Meet
For, 57th Time
' GENEVA, Sept, 8 (UP) U.S.
Ambassador U. Alexis Johnson
and .Chinese Communist ambas ambassador
sador ambassador Wang Ping-nan met for the
57th time today in their 14-month
old talks on renunciation of force
in the Formosa area and the ques
tion of American prisoners in Chi
na. Both men agreed to meet a
gain Thursday, Sept. 20 in their

deadlocked conference.


Real Estate
FOR SALE. A beautiful, mod modern
ern modern and wall located three-apartment
building in Camp Alegro
rownstte, no intermediary. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-0193 Panama.
FOR SALE. Beautiful lots at
Las Cumbras and El Cangrej.
Well situated. Phone 3-4672.
FOR SALE: 2000 eg. meters,
ideally located in Carre Cam Cam-pana.
pana. Cam-pana. Owner leaving. Must sell.
CaU Balboa 3167.
Dares Waites School of Dancing
accepting enrollment NOW for -.
children 3 years eld and up.
. Classes for beginners, interme interme-v
v interme-v diafes, and advanced students lit
every age group. Columbus Club.
Balboa. Phone 2-2363.
Pacific Side Prerteeris
and Teenagers:
Miss Harnett will hold reg reg-istrationi
istrationi reg-istrationi for ball room
dance classea Balboa Y.M.
CIA. Sept. 14 Friday, from
4 to 5:30 p.m. & Sept. 15
Saturday 10:30 to 12 noon.
Beginners' course will in include
clude include Walts Fox-trot
Jitterbug t and "Bop." All
party dances ft ballroom
etiquette. Free Dance Book.
16 hr. lessons, all for $10.
For further Information
call Balboa 2-4239.
. ...
on ine llsslnnah ma ...u.
j niiru
iure, I d be as scared as heck,"l
Donald said in a United Press
interview. "But if you know what
you are doing, it helps. A 500 pound
GP (general purpose) bomb can
mu you just as dead as an A
bomb.'! .
currently. exnTnsiv r.-
disposal work is handled by three
squadrons one. based in Japan,
one in Europe and the 2700th with
headquarters atHiU. Air : Force
Base. Hill AFB recently assumed
ordnance supervision for the em.
tire world-wide Air r Force. The
European ana Asiatic squadrons
w.m repon nere, too.
General operations are super
vised hy LU Col. Gerald Couhc.
chief Air Force ammunition serv services
ices services officer and an ordnance ex-
pert lor the IS years he has been
in military service. J
Tne continental squadron is div divided
ided divided into nine detachments j each
with an officer. and seven enusted
men. The detachments are scat scattered
tered scattered over the nation based at
key Air Materiel Command depots
where they can set into action
quickly.. . .. ..
When atomic or hydrogen weap
ons are in i transit by air or on
the ground the Explosive Ord
nance Squadron is notified and
the men go on Continuous alert.
AS' the potential eitv-wreckine
devices move, the EOD units keen
close watch on their progress.
ready to go into action if there is
an emergency such as a plane,
trues: or train wrecx. : f m
. Their problem would be to f'ieA
mihtarlze" the weapon make it
harmless. For this duty, they have
been carefully trained in the weap
ons schools and through continu
ous practice with actual and sim
ulated weapons.
Donaldson explained the first
step would be to get everyone
away from : the' scene keeping
spectators back at least 3,000 feet.
Then the detachment officer would
"case the situation" alone and de decide
cide decide what procedure to f oUo w.
If it were a crash landing and
the bomb were Intact, the problem
would be simply that of removing
high explosives that are part of
an A-bomb's trigger mechanism,
then taking out the fissionable ma material.
terial. material. If the carrier had burned,
Donaldson said, "We'd just have
to let It burn, keep out of the way,
and then go to work,"
Since the EOD personnel are
familiar with America's weapons,
the operations officer said, "We'd
know what to look for.
"But in time of war, it would be
something else," he admitted with
a grim smile. "Part of weapon
design is making a device diffi difficult
cult difficult to render safe. We wouldn't
know anything about the 'monster'
then and would have to improvise
as we went along."
Chances of fire setting off a nu nuclear
clear nuclear or thermonuclear bomb, as
weU as conventional explosives,
were described by Donaldson as
"unfortunately good." He added
that wartime bombs also might
have time delay provisions so that
"duds" would be ready to explode
when touched or at a designated


beacb house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboe 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceeneie Cottage.
Sat Clara. Bex 435, Belee.
1-1877, Criate.
bel 3-1673.
BIACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable house. :
Phone Thompson Balboa 1772.
Gramlicb't Santa Ciara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
Mderat rate. Pkene Gambea
SALE: Take edvantageef
greatly reduced prices in quality
men's Sport Shirts and furnish furnishings,
ings, furnishings, ladies' and children's wear.
El Siglo, 85 Central Avenue.

RESERVE OFFICER SFC Roy E. Night, Signal 7481), Fort
Clayton, receives tbe r M .second lieutenant bar from J.'-i.
We W A. Glenn, r ofVr, F "nal (741, i- r
Tt i lield rrrr i u t-r's c u si I i
i ht is a s, a I;cutv nt in the United i. ?
Ki..;crve (inactive). (L'S Army 1 ... :

rick Patrick Cappadona, seen with the mural he recently completed r
in the mess haU of Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, at
Fort Kobbe;.' , (US Army Photo);


Calle "H" No. 11-53

Invites her distinguished customers to sec
. the largest assorted upholstery material just
; arrived in the latest styles and modern colors.
Our prices are. recognized as the lowest in
the upholstery market. Come in and visit us
just across the Auto Service.


WANTED Vocation o.uarters, !'
from October te December 23.
One couple, child. Diablo 2-v
'2389.' -
for sale
Boats sS: Motors
FOR SALE. Just arrived Thun Thun-derbird
derbird Thun-derbird glass beat. Fastest.v
lighNst, nicest mads. Aberna-,. I
thy beside Hotel El Panama
FOR RENT: In new' building
just finished and well located :
for American families, modern)
ene-badroom apsrtments, with.'
all conveniences. Automobile -Row,
corner of 3 1 ft Street. Call
Cocoli 3935 morning hours. ;
TeUfono 2-1483

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In ClnemaScope!
Tie Court Martial or,
.- I... It .'I.tcheU
'.-; Also:
. s icrjena'd'e

33c i 20c.
Spanish Program!
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Rock Hudson Cornell
Borchers in
Also: Anne Baxter Jeff
Chandler Rorv Calhoun in

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In Cinemascope!
- Also:
with Marilyn Monroe


Chapters 5 and 6
- Also:

Ike Says Teaching Of Communism
In US Schools Disseminates Truth

Answer to Previoui Punle

JSoa of Amittai
He was
swallowed by
" a'.
II Marble
13 Moses was
, of the..


from" Egypt
!4 Venerate
IS Snakes ..
i Kingdom
" ofGod" i
TT Cooking


3 Church part

4 Dined
5 Pronoun
I Married
7 Possessed

I Fruit drinks
' I Sweet
' secretion
10 Formerly
13 Calyx part
13 Tb Holy
18 Any '
. SO Steeples
. 21 Plant .'-'"'
23 Puffed up
23 Dyestuft

84 Darling

m Story pn PTTJ

I i- fir" 1

fl Seaport (ab.) 2S emtuk

J0.Oaa.wbo clergyman

; .ranaa cou.j -14
Dissipate' V.

' ll Abstract
32 Stage whlipet
' 33 Thota who
"' t grow old.
! 14 Prongs .,

35 Dissolve aner

17 Middle point
f 18 Seashore
,!.40 His wife.
i turned to salt
'43 Decay
44Mimle : ;
47 Citrus fruit
. .SO Church. ;
' celebration :

' IS Hindu queens

64 Seal-hunting
- vessel :
- 5 German city
'M Twirls
? 3 Molding

' 26 Plant part
28 Measure
28 German river
30 From himself
-36 Biblical weeds
39 Thus

40 Learning

43 Light browns
44Gudrun's 1
. husband
45 Hammerhead
46 Makes
" mistakes
48 Born

49 General (ab.)

41 British moneys SI Roman bronn
of account 62 Tree fluid

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Al fer Jea n nie Carson, ,OK
But Don't Edit Nancy Kelly

Regular Army Plans To Accept
7000 New Officers From Oct. 1

WASHINGTON, Sept. 8 (UP) ers are presented with a match match-President
President match-President Eisenhower said yaster-' les opportunity to teach the truth
day American school children freely."

should be taught the facts of com- Dr. William Yandell E 1 1 i 1 1,

munism so they can "discriminate dean of the Harvard summer
bween truth and falsehood." I school, proposed a nation wide
He made the statement in a tel- nroeram of classroom education

7egram to a conference of the A-' on the Communist menace to

mencan Political Science A s s n.1 meet "one of the greatest and

and the Foundation for Religious most urgent needs" in the United

Action in trie social and civil or-states.
der. Ttipv hav nrnrwMMl th tpaph.i

J r r mi v II i.

ire of communism in the nation', me comerence namea z.uioi, as


Plans to acceDt DDlicatlons

for commissions In ithe Regular
Army starting Oct 1 were an announced
nounced announced this week by the De Department
partment Department of the Army.

The Army intends to appomi
about 7.000 new Regular otticers

during the next two years un under
der under provisions of 'the Armed
Forces Regular Officer Augmen Augmentation
tation Augmentation Act of 1956. A principal
aim of this legislation is to pro provide
vide provide greater stability In the of

ficer corns bv offering the se

curity of a regular commission to

a larger proportion of career active-duty
officers. i j
The new appointments la
the Army will range Jn grade
from second lieutenant to
coloneL .;
Those eligible may apply In
the four-month period which
ends next Jan. 31. A Department
of the Army circular giving full
details of the program has been
printed and is being distributed
to all Army units and activities.
Chief source of the additions
to. the Regular Army's officer

corps is expected to be the ap approximately
proximately approximately 40,000 Reserve com component
ponent component officers who are present presently
ly presently on active duty. Others who
are eligible include Reserve and
National Guard officers not cur currently
rently currently In the active -Army.

QualU ed specialists not now
holder a commission also
maj apply If they have scien scientific
tific scientific backgrounds or other
skills which are in short aup aup-Pl.v.
Pl.v. aup-Pl.v. . ,--'

The measure adopted by Con

gress includes the following -key
provisions aj they apply to the

Army: ., -v

(i) The maximum age at the
date of appointment is 27 for

most omcers but differs for &d

polntments in the Judge Advo--

cate cenerars Corps, Army Med Medical
ical Medical Service and Chanlains


(2) Any officer appointed un under
der under the new law must be of such
age that he would be able to

complete 20 years of active com-

missionea service before reaoh
ing the age of 55.

f r

V Yi'aK (KEA1 Jeanne
v f r o 1 n 'i h rH
I h- m America only
, i ) j f ji s, but alieady tlie
hnvs have decided to
hr. They've made her a

e'U slar

in her own show
this season, a prc-

g-a.n caili-a ney, jeaiiuie. n
thev decided that It wasn't quite
right for an English girl, to play
an Enalish girl, so they cast her
a 9 Scotch immigrant.
"'ii.ry think- a Scotch' hurt
wb:d be more fun, I 8esj,
savs Jcanhie. "It doesn't matter
to: me. My mother was a Scot. I
grew up bearing the Scotch burr,
so it .came easily." ,
This -isn't the first" change
America has foisted on the- very
prettv Miss' Carsftn. f First.'-prac-tieallv
the day she stepped off
the boat -tor was it a plane?),
they changed her name. . r n
"t went to join Actors Equity,
th sa vs. "And the? asked my

Hsm ana I aaia u


Barbara Walker ; ammy Kaye

starred in so "many 'pictures. (The

one exception is The Bad Seed,

in which she just re-created her

starring Broadway role.)

"In pictures, she says, "us

not .what you do that counts u' J

what they do to you in the cutting
. rr) j ..

luuui, xuvf tan cuit yuur ncuug.

"And I've discovered that TV
can do the same thing.' The direc director,
tor, director, with the several cameras he
uses, can edit you out or change

your acting. I've noticed at dress

rehearsals, the red lieht isn't on

It turned out they already had a; yOU sometimes when you think

Jean Carson. ; oo i nu iu you re on camera. But you Keep

another name .-quick. a, sam on acting anyway, even though

.Tannie' which is what peopie a;-, nobody watches,

avs called me. 1 nem my mvam

2 Allernsys Pb:d
l:.r.:ccnl To Briio v
(hirga 01 Jcnzbr
oil company attorneys plead'

ed innocent in .federal district

court today to charges of trying
to bribe Sen. Francis Case (R-S.

D. ) to vote for the since vetoed

natural gas bill.

. Chief .Judge Bolitha Laws set

bond for John M. Neff of Lexing

ton. Neb. and Elmer Patman of

Austin, Tex. at $500 each. He fix

ed Nov. 19 as the .tentative date

for the start of their trial.
A federal grand jury indicted
Neff, Patman and the Superior
I Oil Co. of California last July 25
i on' charges of conspiracy and at attempted
tempted attempted bribery. It -also accused
Neff and Patman of four counts of

failing to register as lobbyists.

' Roger Robb, attorney for buper buper-rior
rior buper-rior Oil, entered an innocent plea
for the company. Judge Laws also

set Nov. 19 as the tentative trial
date and gave Robb until Oct. 5

to file motions in this conspiracy
indictment. -'; ;
Cite recked the Senate fait
February when he announced
that he hid rejected a 12,500
campaign contribution offered
ay an Inducement to vote for the
natural gas bill. Neff admitted
making the offer but said H was
not contingent on Case's vote.
He said he was hired, fay Pat
man. attorney for Superior Oil.

The incident was Investigated by

Written for NEA Service

"Specifically thi la when they
mutt bo taught to discriminate
between the American form of
government and the Soviet
form," ho said. "When they i
have all the facts, I am confl i
dent they will make the correct
choice, as they have for the
past 181 years."
Mr. Eisenhower noted that the

new school year is opening with
record enrollments all over the

country. Thus, he said, "Our teach-

chairman of a "committee on A
merican education and comma

nism." It will make preliminary
plans for the development of a

full-scale program to teach com
munism in the schools.

Elliott said American youth 'ls
growing up ignorant of the cold,

basic, hard facts about interna

tional communism-facts that af

fect their own survival and the

survival of the Free World:'


v,. ihrv decided U iney u k

. :e"If the hadnV I would have,
fcn .iin or Jane or Jackie or

But thfcV did, so Jeannie she be-
. '..j u.u. dnttp, and'

earner auu nuw msj r-
changed her nationality. So far,
though, they haven't been able
to change the sparkling vivacity
winch is her chief stock in trade
She's had that since she began in
Ehgland, 5 working concert par-(
ties "' -'- -- - ; ''"" r '"'
"A eoncert party.'J- she ex ex-plains,
plains, ex-plains, "is sort of like your stock
company. Only we just do music musical
al musical revues, bits from musical
AmiaHiga inn thincs like that.

Then 1 went into the regular the theater
ater theater in London. Max Ucbnian
saw me and brought me to Amer America.
ica. America. It was something Id
dreamed of for years." j 1

Ana sne s sun navyj, "i" "i"-the
the "i"-the new name and nationality.
She'a even surviving commer-

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Opening lead V J

Irilsin's TUC Jscks

Tobtco Wcrkcrs
In Long fencer Row

BHIGHTON, Egnald, Sept. 8 -(UP)
Britain's 8 million-member
Trades Union Congress today back

ed the tobacco workers union in a
dispute with the doctors union ov over
er over the issue of smoking and lung
The medical practitioner's' union

asked the TUC convention here
to urge the government to "dis

courage young people from mok

A medical delegate said he no
ticed "quite a few delegates have

Slopped smokine" as a result in

i I his statement that the odds of dv

mg from lung cancer are sho

ened from one in 1,000 to one in 50
for persons under the age of 55

wno smoke zs or jmore cigarettes

a pay;

But the tobacco worsen admit.

ting a "certain bias" in the un

opposed the medical proposal, j
After a lively debate, the con con-vention
vention con-vention backed the toharm

ers by a show, of hands, for their
counter-proposal that: "eminent
medical authorities' have so far
failed to agree", on whether, smok

ing causes lung cancer.

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EVANGELIST 'for the Balboa
Church of Christ, W. W. Bur Bur-;
; Bur-; row, is being sponsored in a
series of meetings by the Rio
Abajo Church of Christ daily
beginning Monday through
Friday of the coming week.'
The meetings will start at. 7
pm., i'
High Altituds Climb
01 Plastic Balloon
Hils World Record

(UP) A balloon built by the U
niversity of Minnesota reached an
altitude of 141,000 feet yesterday

a new world record. It stin was

Dr. Edward Ney and John Wink-

chine no larger than a milk bottle1 'er professors of physics, launch launch-is
is launch-is able to perform' the iexactine!ed th plastic balloon yesterday

uuiirs oi mt numan neart and. mornins irura iu jiiinut u mira


. Recently displayed at the Amer-'
lean Medical Association's con convention
vention convention at Navy Pier, the ; sub substitute
stitute substitute heart and lung was de

scribed as a valuable addition In

military sureieal work in mmW was let here last summer,

tones as well as hospital and re-1 Ney said he was "very excited"

i ,, x . j . ... .. . a x i a. n i. i.

Row Coud South a itnnm t""rcl! WUh limited Dy' we new uauuuir.-wim.-u-.wM
w.CZ i .5i..g(l7?rt-a! facilities. .. i built this summer at the universi-

from Minneapolis,

Ney, Winkler and other profes professors
sors professors watched the balloon soar in into
to into the stratosphere from the obser observatory
vatory observatory atop the physics building
on camous: ...

The old record of 120,000 teat

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careless play, of the kind that al

most anybody might make was
enough to cost declarer game and
rubber. '.'.-:.;.'V':s. v.r;,-'
South won the first trick with
the king of hearts and Jed the

. a i a c. queen 01 soaoes- tor a nnesse,

indictment charges that the 32,500 !""' D- w
. tK. fH. of finesse was not going to succeed.

tonne nviu' "i ayv-a -, t-v 1

Howard B. Keck, president of Su- ; '"ef."w wbetoW;. aod its performance was, Ney said cosmic ray and mete-

penor Oil. v T in X.alded as "successful" by orological equipment for the arm-

The bin would nave exempiea -- r"r .- ".4 .i James T. Grace. Dr. Gollan'i ed forces is aboardthe balloon,

tv. ',

' The device, developed by Dr "The reason for the new record
Frank Gollan of Thayer Veterans i- the lighter plastic," Ney said
Administration Hospital, Nash-l"This plastic is only aboinV one one-ville,
ville, one-ville, Tenn., accepts blood from fourth as thick as the previous bal
the veins and ; purifies it with loons!
oxygen before sending it back! It ia titled with helium and a

through the -arteries, .,., camera to.; recording the entire

, ; I flight. The balloon soared about
The machine has been used In 60 miles to the east before it drift-

two operations involving z human ed back over Minneapolis.

.i-iitrto. ' 1 4ti :m-kv

ers from direct teorai coniroi.
Ckse voted against it but it w a s
passed any way. President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower later vetoed it with a blast

at the "arrogant" lobbying tac-l

"On the stage, the audience

does its own editing."

She's presently had her fill of

ifJ.T'J?,0'. 'irVVthe oil and gas industry,

vi tuuioc) uui aiio g iucu. one uiui . ..
"The Bad Seed" in New Yorki,,, ,
and on tour for more than a year. I" k4 flit'
And it was a tough part. Then I lilt J livJ VVilJ
she did the movie version which, 't ''
she reports happily, is faithful tofl9if I Jf lf fltftk
Uie play-except for the ending,! 1'lQf Lb.vl VUIW ?
which had to be changed so Uol-
lywood justice could triumDh. I LOS ANGELES (UP) Con-

Nancy's married fo an execu-ltrol of an incurable disease may

tive of The Theatre Guild. She
calls herself "a bush-feague lady lady-producer
producer lady-producer power behind the -throne,"
in that she helps him
read scripts and do other execu

tive chores.; , ;- .- .-.

spade from dumriv.

Have you seen the mistake? If!

not, look again.
South sealed his doom when he
played the ace of spades from

which is 149,000 cubic feet in size.

eials she does shampob com-f;

mercials on her new show, wmcn
is a neat trick, considering the
shortness of her blight red hair.
"I hardly have the long flowing
locks for shampoo commercials,"
she says. '';.-.

Miss America of '47 will be the
hostess, on the' ABC-TV showing
rf. the selection of Miss America
rf '57. And vou'll be happy to
lrarn that, after ten years. Bar Bar-Ysn
Ysn Bar-Ysn Jo Walker is still as beauti beauti-t
t beauti-t I as ever.
She's re w the wife of a Mem Mem-T'.is
T'.is Mem-T'.is rtoclor, mother of two ram ram-!
! ram-! nclious boys, and proprietor of
i afternooa TV show in Mem Mem-5
5 Mem-5 .-v - '- -
It was wonderful winning the
'-s America title,", she says.
' ,t my main concern now is be be-:
: be-: a rood wife and mother."

. :..-.t's not a bad aim, even for'

! tjijncrs-up. .,.';.
f e of the finest acresses cur cur-t
t cur-t v actre.sing is the lovely
v Kelly. She's a positive per per-1
1 per-1 one. thing she's eositive

' -s -fiat she doesn't -ike!

'v e her performance.
- 'y she's 'irt',a!'y !e !e-0
0 !e-0 1 1 y w o 0 d, where, she

ibe possible through injection of

special white blood ceils, accora-,
ing to Studies made by Dr. Na-j
thaniel B. Kurnick of the Univer

sity of California Medical School;

at Los A n g e 1 e s, and the Long
Reach Veterans Administration

Possible Hnsnitol

trip to India this fall. He's becnj 'sixteen patients long and grave-

iiivucu iu uc me v-o. oeicgaie ro j- m with systemic lumpus ery
lii IntnMlAMAftnl rnUAHt-B-. I

.HIV j nUilUIIfel lIlCdLIC watr

tute Conference m Bombay.

One such chore is a

Sc.' Zei bV a smaU of Lt

wva wwv uumr wivat m"
the king, cashed the king of dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, and led a diamond to his

partner's ace. West led a third,
diamond, and East was able to
over-ruff dummy with the nine of
spades, .thus taking the setting'
The correct play is to let the
queen of spades ride at the sec second
ond second trick, giving East the king
of spades at onct. Dummy's ace
of SDades can Jien be used to ruff

the third round of diamonds, after,

winch declarer can draw trump 1
and claim the rest.

"My penurious : little

thematosus, a disease in which
many organs of the body may be
..rinnslv HamflppH were iniected

Ir.isl!'with white blood cells containing

-, 1 Willi FTUIIV WIUVU v.a !,.
brain, she 1 says, "decided that if caned DL. Within one
he gets a free trip. I shoi-ld pro-wek charactcristic skin lesions
VSMiSL Z)M disease, cleared up in .11

mg to persuade Warner Bro. to

premiere 'The Bad Seed' in Bom Bombay
bay Bombay and send me over to attend
the premiere."
And inexpensive.

60c. TODAY 3Cc.
' la back In
2:25 6:10 7:55 9:45 p.m.
with Alexander Knox
Plus:. : .'
1:15, 4:00, 6:45 p.m. only!

patients. Within six weeks toe
severe pains around joint mus muscles,
cles, muscles, the heart and lungs, which
usuliy accompany the more se severe
vere severe cases, left them.

Six Men In Jeep
Loot Payroll Car
For.?;ip9;oqo;. v r
NOTTINGHAM, England, Sept.
8 (UP) Six men crashed their
way into, a payroll car w i t h a

jeep and sledgehammers yester

day and escaped with 5109,000.
They crashed their battered jeep
into the side of the car carrying a
payroll to a telephone company's
planlf just 300 yards way.
The cashier and three clerks in
the car were jarred by the impact.
The raiders smashed the windows
of the payroll car with sledges
and grabbed the moneybags. Then
they sped away in their jeep.



Jane Russell tricks him in into
to into marriage... then tempts
him into love!;.. You never
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moon honeymoon Uke this "HOT BLOOD"
with Jane Russell and Cornel
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NEW YORK, Sept. 8 (UP)-A perfectly good
pennant is goingr begging in the National League
today and since Milwaukee and Cincinnati are both
playing you-take-it, big Don Newcombe is putting
in a strong one-man bid for Brooklyn, v

As the race now stands, i It's
till anybody's flag with the Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs and Dodgers tied for second
place, a game-and-a-half behind
th Braves. ,
For awhile yesterday all three
contenders : played a game of
fiddle, fumble and flounder, Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee dropped a 5-0 decision
to 'Chicago, Cincinnati lost 1-0
tot. Louis and the Dodgers
wr defeated by the Giants. 6
2, in the opener of a, twl-nlght
coubleheaaer. .; ':
Then alone came Newcombe
In the nightcap with near peer-
less piece or pncning wai earn earn-edhim
edhim earn-edhim his 23rd victory with an
ll-lnninr 3-1 tnumpn over
fchdse arch-rival Giants. ,t
: Newcombe gave up only aix
hits and didn't walk a man In
becoming the first Brooklyn
pitcher to win more than 22
frames since Hail' of Famer
Daxzy Vance set the elub rec-
I'd of 2t triumphs in 1921.
Carl Furlllo's 18th homer with
one On off Dick Littlefield pro provided
vided provided the winn'ng margin.
Willie Mays, an Old Dodger
thorn, hammered his 28th and
3ih homers In helping south south-ipaw
ipaw south-ipaw Johnny Antonelli to bis 15th
ivictorv and his third In a row
over the Dodgers in the opener.
Carl Erskine. who yielded the
Dodgers' first three runs, suffer suffered
ed suffered his ninth, loss. v v 4 .. ...
- i "'A
Ilnegar Bend Mlzell supplied
pitching and Ken Boyer the
hitting in the cardinals victory
ovr the Redlegs. Mlzell hurled
a two-hitter for his 13th triumph
while Boyer slammed his 22nd
homer in the seventh inning to
end Joe NuxhalV down to "his
ninth defeat. Nuxhall gave up
only two hit' before Boyer's
Sam Jones of the Cubs hand handed
ed handed the Braves their fourth
straight loss, limiting them to
even hits as hi teammates
routed loser Bob Buhl with a
four-run jraUy in the sixth in in-ntng.
ntng. in-ntng. Doublet by Ernie Banks,
Walt Moryn and Pete Whisen Whisen-ant
ant Whisen-ant featured Cheago's upris uprising
ing uprising It was Jones' eighth vic victory
tory victory and Buhl's sevetnh loss.
Robin Roberts of the Phillies,
still striving to end up with 20
victories, evened his season rec-J
ord at 18-16 with a 5-2 tnumpn
ver (the, pirates. Home runs by

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Lee Walls and Frank Thomas in
the fourth Inning accounted for
Pittsburgh's only runs off Rob

erts, who struck out seven and
walked none. Solly Hemus hom
ered for the Phils. Bob Friend
was charged wtih his 15th loss
against the same number oi vie
torles. ',:; ',:C
In the American League,' the
Senators overcame a four-run
deficit to defeat the Yankees,
6-5. but the Bronx Bombers re
talned their 9 eame lead as the
White Sox nipped the second-
olaee Indians. 2-1.
Homers by Hank Bauer and
Yoel Berra staked Johnny Kucks
to a four-run lead but he could
not hold it. Ernie Oravetz' pinch
double tied the score in the 8th
inning and he came home with
the winning run on a fielder's
choice. Reliever Bunky Stewart
was the winner ana Tom Mor Morgan
gan Morgan the loser.
- Jack Harshman of the White
Sox thwarted Bob Lemon's bid
for the 200th victory of his
career as h limited' the
slumping Ind'ans to four hits
for his 13th triumph. Nellie :
Fox's triple m the seventh in inning
ning inning scored Luis Aparicio with
the winning run. v i ;
: ''''":" ''r: v.i:':-"r,'"-;
Skinn Brown snanned Balti
more's five-game losine" streak
with a six-hit 5-0 victory over
Boston in the second game of a
twl-night twin bill after the Red
Sox took the opener, 7-5, in 10
Baltimore' outfielder Bob Nie-
man hit safely in both eames to
run his hitting streak to 20
straight eames. a new record for
the orioles. Jackie Jensen's 10th
inning single snapped a 5-5 tie
in the opener. Jim Piersall hom homered
ered homered for Boston.
The Detroit Tigers scored five
runs in the third inning and five
more in the eigntn to beat the
Kansas City Athletics, ? 12-8.
Southpaw Billy Hoeft gained his
rircn victory aitnouen ne need
ed relief in the seventh inning.
Harvey Kuehn batted in four
runs for thb Tigers while Hal
Smith drove in five for the Ath
letics. Lou Kretlow suffered his
ninth loss.
mer Wil-mer (Vinegar Bend) Miiell of
the Cardinals, whose two-hitter
beat the Redlegs, 1-9.
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H. DOEL. S. A.
' TEL 2-2771


Player, Club- r ab r h ptt
Aaron, MU. 133 520 s aea. .3a
S'dienst, N.Y.J 12 414 51 133 .321
Vlrdon, Pitts. 138 503 71 161 .320
Moon, St. L. 132 475 81 151 .318
Klus skl, Cin. 128 485 90 152 .313
Mantle. N.Y. 131 479 116 172 .359
Williams, Bos 116 334 57 116 .347
Nieman, BaL 111 374 56 126 ,337
Kuenn, Det : 226 509 81 171 .336
Maxwell, pet. 121 426 84 us jzo
Mantle, Yanks .......... 47
Snider, Dodgers ........ 38
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 37
Adcock. Braves 35
Kluszewski, Redlegs .... 34
Mathews, Braves 34
Mantle, Yanks ......... 118
. KaUne, Tigers ......... 112
' Kluszewski, Redlegs M.. 99-'
Musial, Cards ......... 96
Simpson, Athleltcs ...... 96
' ;' -.-: kiins :'
Mantle, Yanks 116
Robinson, Redlegs 113
Snider, Dodgers 100
Aaron, Braves ......... 99
Fox, White Sox ..... ; 96 ,:
V.HlTl Vf?s
; Fox, White Sox ..'.:.... 173
Mantle, Yanks 172
Kuefin, Tigers 171
Aaron, Braves 169
Kaline,, Tigers . . ... 107
': (Based on 14 Decisions)"
. W L Pet
Newcombe, Dodgers ,23 6 ?. .793
Freeman, Redlegs ...13 4 .786
Ford, Yanks 16 5 .762
BuhC Braves ........ 16 8 .727
Pierce,' White Sox ..18 7 ,.720
Brewer, Red Sox ..18 7 .720
Kucks, Yanks 18 7 .720
Rochester Closes
In On Faltering,
Toronto Leafs
NEW YORK. Sept.' 8 CUP)
The Rochester Red Wings, with
the realization that Just one
more loss will eliminate them
from the International League
pennant race, held on grimly grimly-Friday
Friday grimly-Friday night to defeat league league-leading
leading league-leading Toronto in both ends of
a twin-bill.
The two teams will meet each
other in ithelr last two games of
the season today and tomorrow.
If Rochester wins both, it will
finish .001 percentage points a a-head
head a-head of the Leafs. Toronto need
win Just once to claim the flag.
A three run 10th inning hom
er by Allie Clark gave the Roy Royals
als Royals a 5-2 victory In the second
eame after they had won tne
opener, 5-4. Mel Wright and El-
Us (Cot) Deal both picked up
victories In relief. 1 :
In other action. Miami ended
a run famine by whipping Ha Havana,
vana, Havana, 7-4, to move into third
place, half a game ahead of
Montreal. The Royals lost to
Buffalo, 10-6, and the Richmond
Virginians protected their hold
on fifth place with a 5-2 deci decision
sion decision over Columbus.
Inlernalbal League
L Pet. GB
65 .567
66 .554 2
70 J530 5' j
71 .527 6
78 .483 12A
81 .467 15
'.83 45017
86 .423 21
Toronto j
Rochester i
Miami .
Montreal '.
Buffalo .
(First Game. 7 Innings) :
Rochester 000 320 05 7 1
Toronto 200 001 14 9 2
, Russell, Wright (5), Donnelly
(7) and Rand; D. Johnson. Het-
Kt (6), WOjey (7) and sawatski.
WP: Wright LP: D. Johnson.
HRs: Jethroe, Green,
(Second Game, io Innings)
Rochester 100 000 001 35 11 0
Toronto 010 000 010 02 5 1
Blaylock, Deal (9) and Rand.
Green (4); Lovenguth and Sa Sa-watskl.
watskl. Sa-watskl. wp: Deal. HRs: A. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Clark.-
Miami ; ., 211020 0017 8 2
Havana 000 120 1004 8 ; 3
Paiire. Cueche (). Farrell (S)
and Holton; Heard, Marrero
(6). Sanchez 9) ana sierra.
Dotterer 6). WP: Parrel LP;
Heard. HR: Smith.
Richmond 020 100 200-5 13 0
Columbus 000 000 2002 7 0
Jordan and Neeman; Duser,
Wooldrldge (7), Santiago (8)
and Noble. LP: Duser. HRs:
Rice, Renna. s
Buffalo 211 012 10210 17 0
Montreal 004 101 000 6 13 2
Drews, Nagy (4) and Sherry;
KIdd. Micken (5),Walz (8) and
Roseboro. WP: Nagy. LP: Mick Mick-ens.
ens. Mick-ens. HRs: Easter, Roseboro.

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FISHING CHAMPIONS-Fort Amador's ; flshin g champions of the summer recreation pro program
gram program pose; with their trophies. Left to right they are TeJ Paluff, Walter Stellar, John
Frink, Jim Frink, who was senior champion, Donna Brown, who was the smallest cMamplon,
Billy Frink, Dallas Brown and Ken Brown. : (US Army Photo)

Santamaria Handlers Claim
Boxer In Best Shap Ever



TROPHY WINNERS Jim Frink and Donna Brown display
the trophies they won as tho tenlor and smallest champions
respectively of the fishing tournament held as part of the
summer recreation program at Fort Amador. ....,
- (U.S. Army Photo)

John Galbreath Obtains

Part Interest
NEW YORK. Sept. 8 Race
horse owner Rex Ellsworth has
sold a part interest in his bril brilliant
liant brilliant thoroughbred, "Swaps."
The buyer is John GaiDreatn,
who also is majority stock own owner
er owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The
amount Galbreath paid was not
disclosed, but it was not entirely
a cash transaction. A number of
brood mares owned by Gal Galbreath
breath Galbreath have been shipped to
Ellsworth's breeding farm in Ca California.
lifornia. California. ,'
Swaps arrived at the Atlantic
City track Thursday from Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. The great four-year-old
will run in the $100,000 United
Nations Handicap on September
15. under the new partnersnip
of Galbreath and Ellsworth.
Willie Shoemaker, who usual
hiring a? twopplnf,
", K Wi Adi.


In Swaps
ly rides Swaps, already is at At
lantic City. Shoemaker had a
riding- triple Thursday to take
tne national leadership rom
Willie Hartack, who went win
less alt Randall Park in Ohio, in including
cluding including his three, wins. shoe
maker, finished in the money in
seven of nis eight races.
At Belmont Park, the veteran
campaigner "Blessbull" : set a
track record as he won the
Fresh Meadows Handicap. Bless
bull scored a runaway, six-length
victory as he ran tne mile in one
minute, 34 and four-fifths sec
onds. That equals- the track
record set by the great "Count
Fleet'- in October, 1942. Irani
cally, Blessbull was pretty well
ignored in the betting and paid
?i.u to win. v
Costs Less To ell ,'
, a Home ThN Wav!
You mR II f"it f yen
prie ve wll kn Ml H
yu wkan VMi DM IMt Want
A4 in Hit Panem Amticaa.

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Fsnlhorwpiirht Jpn Santa ma.
ria of Colon, and Black Bui of Pa Panama
nama Panama Citv whn meet in an pipht.
feature bout tomorrow night at
tne colon" Arena, linisned their
training yesterday afternoon with
both camps confident of victory.
Ex-borer Juan Santamaria, Je Jesus',
sus', Jesus', brother and aUn hi trainer
said yesterday that the 21-year-old
youngster is snarp ana rann to
"I think he it in tha btst con condition
dition condition of hit caraer," said Juan,
"and although ha will bo gajng
against a slick customer in
Black Bill, ha should maka it his
fifth straight."
Jesus is unbeaten in four ap-1
pearances as a pro.-- v I
Black Bill's trainer, Aubrey (co-l
jo) VVoodrulf, was just as optimis-
"Bill is ready,' he said, and I
expect him to be even belter Uian
when he beat Tito Marshall in Ju July."
ly." July." . ... . i
; Black Bill decisioned Marshall
in six rounds to hand the prom
ising 126-pounder the- first defeat
oi nis pro career. ,
Tomorrow's i semifinal puts CaM
ids waison against Carlos grtu in
a six-round return bouL jT h e
weight limit is HO pounds,
Watson, who has racked up five
straight wins, decisioned Ortii in
the first meeting of the pair.
' In anothar preliminary, tat
for four ttanxat,, Benito Tunen
clashat with Joia Diblito Ro
io) Rodriguai, That boyt hava
agratd to maka 13S pounds or
, : Rodriguai gained unanimous
verdict ever Young A r c hi
Moore (Daniel Ward) In hit
mott recent appearance three
-weeks ago. i
Tufio has won four fights ii
as many appearances as a pro.-
The curtain raiser brings togeth together,
er, together, for the "semnH ttm V flmin
Sykes and Basilio Williams. The
120-DOUnd fniir-rminHer in cut far
four heats. Sykes decisioned his ri
val in ineir tirst meetmg.
General admission is 75 cents.
National Rifle,
Pistol Matches
SFC Vtmk Crow.. Jr: and', 'all
Army rifle team member, Tues
day, was named the 195ft Open
(Sporting) Rifle champion while
Sgt.' James Hill of the Marine
Corps woi the Service Ritie charrf charrf-pionship
pionship charrf-pionship at the National Rifle and
Pistol Matches at Camp Perry,
Ohio. ...
In earning his victory, Crow not
only broke Vie match record, but
also became the first person ever
to win the championship twice.
The sergeant posted a six match
aggregate of 643-82v, eclipsing the
old mark of 643-69V which he set
last year. ; ':.
St Hill of Ouantico amassed
634 points to-win Jiis title, break breaking
ing breaking the National match: record of
633 points set last year by Capt.
John Kolb of Fort Benning, Ga.
In Wednesday's firing, Marine
Sgt. V. D. Mitchell won the Na National
tional National Trophy Individual rifle
match by scoring 246-19v out of a
possible 250. This broke the1 match
record of 244 points set in 1952 by
Army Capt. Murvale Bcen.
No results of the USARCARIB
Eirers were received this week. 1
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In 1891, when Dr. James Nal Nal-smith
smith Nal-smith invented basketball, there
were nine players on a side, then
seven and finally five.

Teams' W L Pet. GB
Milwaukee . 81 53 04
Cincinnati .... 80 55 .593 114
Brooklyn i 80 55 .593
St. Louis . . 66 68 .493 IS
Philadelphia 62 70 .470 18
P ttsburgh . 58 77 .430 23i
New York ... 56 78 .419 25
Milwaukee at Chicago v
Cincinnati at St. Louis (N)
. New York at Brooklyn
; Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
Milwaukee 000 000 0000 7 0
Chicago 100 004 OOx 5 10 1
Buhl (16-7). Phillios. Trow
bridge and Rive, Crandall.
- Jones (8-13) and Landrllh.
(Twilitbt Game)
New York 210 100 200 C 13 -1
Brooklyn 000 000 0112 J2 0
Antonelli (15-13) and SarnL
Erskine (13-9. Rnehueb Rran.
ca and Campanella. v -. ,.
(Nirht Game 12 Inrrnriri
New York 4100 010 000 001 6 2
Brooklyn 000 001 000 023 6 0
Worth'neton Wllhelm. little.
field(3-6) and Sarni.
Newcombe (23-6) and Walker.
(Nirnt Game) ""'
Cincinnati 000 000 0008 2 1
St. Louis 000 000 lOx 1 3 O
Nuxhall (11-9) and Bailey. -MizeU
(13-12) and Kalt.
(Ni?ht Gamer j
ruisourtn ooo ZOB 000-
0- -7 i 1
Philadelphia 1,30 000 Olx 5
8 1
rnena 1 15-15), Hall,
KKnr and Foiles.
Roberts (16-16) and Lopata.
Sd Sm Sh:ckcr
Milwaukee Ab R
1 2 5
O'Connell 2b .... 4
Locan ss ........ 5
4 2
Aaron rf ; 4
Mathews 3b ...... 3
Adcock lb ....... 4
Tanner lb ......i 3
Bruton cf k 4
Rice c 1 2
a-Torre 1
Crandall e
Buhl n
Phillips p .
Trowbridtre n
34 0 7 24 11
Pondy lb 4 0 0 6 0
Hoak 3b 4 1 11 3
Baker 2b ........ 4 13 3 2
Banks ss 4 1 2,2.2
Moryn rf 4 12 1 0
King If 2 1 0.0, O
Miksis if 1 0, 0 0 0
Whisenant cf ..... 3 0 1 5 -A
Landrlth c ...... 3 0 19 0
Jones p ......... 2 0 0 0 3
31 5 10 27 10
a-Grounded out for Rice in
7th.i -,
b-Walked for Phillips in 7th.
c-Struckout for Trowbridge in
9th. -.-' -
- Score By Innings
Milwaukee 000 000 0000
Chicago 100 004 OOx 6
SUMMARY: Errors: Banks.
RBI: Banks 2, Whisenant 2
(Banks scored on Buhl's wild
pitch.). Doubles? Hbak, Banks,
Moryn, Whisenant Stolen base:
Whisenant. Double plays: Logan

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Team ; v?
Pet. G3
New York,'. 86
Boston .
'57 .568 8
58 .581 101,
.515 12! j
.500 lSVi
.4(0 2t j
J423 28l
.323 42
Kansas Citv
1Var-Uln, t ... . i
. Chicago at Cleveland :"
Boston at Baltimore (N)
Detroit at Kansas City (N)
(N rht ; v
Washington 000 lit 220 15 V J
ew York 004 000 1005 ;7
Chakales, Stewart (5-7), Gr'ggt
and Courtney.
auvw, oyrne, morgan (5-6)
Larsen, Turley and Berra. :
(Nlrht name)
rhirsrn ; onaAntlAA m
vww ,,i wi, 4 q a
Clf veland 100 000 0001 4 l
xiis!uiin uj-si and dollar.
Lemon (18-12) and Hegan.
(Nleht Game, la innlnr.t
Boston .100 020 002 27 15 1
Baltimore 100 200 011 05 7 5
Parneli. Delnrk ni-si nt n.
1 Fornieles Srhmlf ft-v v,,.
verink and Gastal, Ginsberg.
(Nltht Game) ,VV K
Boston 000 OOOOOfl 0 tt f
Baltimore 000 102 20x 5 10 0
Sullivan (12-7): Susre. rrnrkh
and White.
Brown (9-4) and Triandos.
(Nleht- Game) T- .
Detroit 205 000 05012 1.1 1
K. City 400 001 102 8 14 2
Hoeft (17-12). Masteraon. aher
and Wilson.
Kretlow (4-9). f?hant. MoMa.
hon, Crlmlan, Ilerrlaje and
anv in.
'Imti Ptiscd
NEW YORK, Sept. I (UP)
Perhaps a look at his favorite
"cousin" pitcher, Camilo Pas Pas-cual
cual Pas-cual of the Washington Sena Sena-tors,,
tors,, Sena-tors,, will snap Mickey Man Man-'
' Man-' tie out of his home run slump
today, ,
:; ..." '. : .-'.,:.-.--V v.
. Mantle hasnt hit a homer
since Aug. 31 and now, with
47 homers in 135 games, the
Yankee slugger stands two
home runs behind the pace set
by Babe Ruth when he posted
the all-time record of 60 for a
season in 1927.
In fact, Mantle hasn't hit a
homer since the last t!me he
faced Pascual. He's hit five off
the Senators' righthander this
year, more than he's hit off
any other pitcher.
But now he needs 14 in 19 -games
to break Ruth's record.
to O'Connell to Adcock, Jones to
Banks to Fondy. Left on base:
Milwaukee lit Chicago 6. Bases
on balls off: Buhl 2, Trowbridge
1, Jones 4. Struck out by: Buhl
2, Jones 6. Hits off: Buhl 9 in 9
1-3, Phillips 0 in 2-3,'Trowbridge
Tin 2. Runs and earned runs:
Buhl 5-5. Wild pitch: Buhl. WP:
Jones (8-13). LP: Buhl (18-7).
..'....Sept. -9
.......Sept. 9
...... Sept: 25
.Sept. 14
.Srpt 26
i .Sept. 8
..Sept. 11
Sept. li
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KtlRPRIsifi SOUTHPAW Taylor Phillips started the season
with WicSta, but the Milwaukee left-hander has assumed a
biR role in the late season push lor the National League pen pennant.
nant. pennant. Phillips has won four late season games so far,



unnnr'nfit racine as practiced by Jockey Club exponents of
the- walK swrff spirit or the Grand But Inexpensive Ges Gestae,
tae, Gestae, smttuccL in its first upstate tes and the even
was enviously but withal admiringly saluted at this weeks
mont opener., :
The masters of this fiscal legerdemain staged pmjg
solvent 24-day horse opera at (a) storied, (b) historic, (c) tradl tradl-tff&twtaed
tff&twtaed tradl-tff&twtaed Saratoga, that cost the taxpa yen $25 nlUton.
This estimate is based on d fferences in attendance ana ,nei ,nei-tlnof
tlnof ,nei-tlnof past meeting? over a similar Piod-f Ieen msona m
to believe the state treasury would have guttered no such tos, in
revenue if racing had not been blacked out here during the month
of August, when tourism, incidentally, is at its peak.
Monday, for'example, the same show, with the same cast, gen generally
erally generally Wakin drew 47.700 who sent $3,308,099 through the ma machines.
chines. machines. This was somewhat below the 1955 totals at Aqueduct, but
very good, considering one thing and another. 3
The Prr am was not conspicuously attractive There were no
rame ho! and the feature race offered only $25 000 a .dded That
was big back in Colin's day. In these times, when the $100,000
purse is commonplace, it is manifestly small change. ?
A thing called Impromptu, a fugitive from the Jersey circuit,
... "-i -i tu- ..A.4tJi.A Muwnrttv nt th WlrtAtlM Chut ftS

emergen oui. u u uiwiu "","'
the winner at $13.90. In his last outing the 4-year-old colt, who

had earnea a moaesi z.ouu hi ume
to such as Bardstown, Blue Sparkler and Skipper Bill. To put it
as charitably as possible, youM hardly bracket him with Swaps
or Nashua. i.


m.. N..l.. T VnrV Ictn nrVllcVl l t.Vl fllla llTlrfer Which

The Jockey Club nonprofiteers function, is a monopoly and as

you are aware me numoer oi niimupuura wo
the public's interest a paramount consideration can be counted

on the toes of your neighbors p dinosaur. ,W;T

This one could be an exception. The character of most cf the
men associated with it and their enthusiasm for the sport incline
to a optimistic view. Up to now, though, the sport under their

conduct nas not exacuy oeen uisimBuisneu.

Ann thetf foHiir. in take a nositive stand on concurrent rac

ing here and In Saratoga during August may be due to the fact

that when vou own tne oniy wneei in town, k un t uccckmu y w

take the public into your confidence. .,

Ail tnld th AuBiist blackout nrobably has cost the state In

excess of $70 million. Even before the Jockey Clubbers won official
anrt.inn nt their nartlallv benevolent monopoly (remember they

don't have to pay federal income taxes) they made the state pick

Bp the tab for their Saratoga vacation. Y

The only difference now Is that the term, "nonprofit" helps
to accent the pasty role the state continues to play In this ridicul

ous charade.

It has been explained that "that's the way thempstate Repub Republican
lican Republican nolitlcon want it. and that's the way it's going to bs. Sounds

plausible. But for the umpteenth, and I fervently hope the last

time, may I point out that there is no law against, racing upstate

and downstate at the same ume.


A eomrrion fallacy among Saratoga lovers, who break out In
a. fentlmental sweat over the old trees and young fillies, the
shades of yesterday and the shorts of today, is that the game is

aupported by New Yorkers, i -,r .,.

This Isnt true. Probably the over-all New York City patron

age won't hit 10 per cent. As a guess, more Canadians give the Spa

a whin these days than Big -i owners.

Another thing, Saratoga Is seldom the racing story of the day
any more. The competition for name horses is beyond Saratoga's

economic capacity as weiras tne tracKs enterprise.
On weekends especially, the ton story almost invariably ema

nates elsewhere, though It rarely gets the play its Importance

warrants in the local gazettes.

Tb.5 trotting people, of course, love Saratoga more than any anybody
body anybody else. They never want to see the status quo changed. The
Ausust blackouts plays right into their hands. Adds to their play,
pnd makes new customers. They Just don't know how to thank

Hie Jockey clubbers and their emotional camp followers.


Once the bell rings here Sept. 12,

Carmen Basiuo s attempt io le

eain the welterweight title from

Johnny Saxion wiil come down to

a simple affair. Carmen, the crag

gy-faced hometown hero, will have

to press Ssxton, get inside and
then go to work with his left hand.

If he doesn't, the results won't be


At Chicago last March, Saxton

won a unanimous decision by con
stantly moving away behind i
left jab wich speared Basilio al

most without a miss. Only in one
round, the second, did Basilio get

close enougn to snake baxton.
Tin-re seems no reason why Sax

ton won t use the same strategy

mis ume. t

But this is reserved for fight

time at what should be a sold out
War Memorial Auditorium and
a good-sized viewing audience at

TV sets around the nation.

The complicated part of the

situation, the angles and counter

angles, au come before tins. And,

in sports, tney seem to be as inter
esting as the bout itself.

The mere fact that Ka-rtmi u

fighting in New York ring, for

example, jonnny is managed by

rrann iinny) i-aierno of fhila
delohia. who was. from the niitsrt

one of the major stepping stones

ivew rors commissioner Julius

Heifand used en route to a na
tional name.
Palermo. Heifand informed ev

erybody, would never be allowed

io participate in a wew xonc ngni.
Nor would a Palermo boxer sign

nis own contract,

ing Commissioners, Saxton was
nIlnwH in trn 4nr this nna him

self. And Palermo, his manager,

oiunuy teas you, i m UKing my
llf Atlt fit Ilia JtliAstlV Ct aa.... f

vuk vm vi lata VI IVUI OV A
am. I'm the manager. And I also
handled all the arrangements for

Meanwhile, you have Basilio's

confidence that he won't get the

worst ot any decision in his home

diggings. Out in Chicago,. Carmen

roared over the decision. Since

then, one of the judges. Ed Hinti

nas oeen lound guilty of usine

state funds for his pet projects,
starting with himself, Basilio feels

th j state of Illioms could have in

eluded the Saxton decision in the

Hintz indictment

Because of this. Saxton and

Palermo at first were all for hold

ing this fight any place but in New

York. Basilio refused to even

think of Chicago. How Palermo

was Drought to agree on .Syracuse
is anybody's guess. ;,

Ihc fsuht itself should draw

about 12,000 paying $130,000. It

should be a eood one. Basilio can

be counted on to throw more
punches and u s e h i s n a t u r al

strength and stamina to set as

killing a pace as possible.

There are those who feel Sav.

ton has confidence with the title
and will do a better fencine lob

than usual. But the last time Sax

ton was a champion. Ton v De

1 1 ... L ; li. i i ;

i"'t put nun uii uis ucau m it

rounds at Baston.

The odds figure to settle down

to a 6-5, pick 'em situation on fight
night. -: );

Basilio, traninlna at Alexandria

uay, n. Y.i leeis anything but Sax

ton a 5-1 underdog would be out
of line. "He won the title from me

by running away," Carmen says
"I didn't think that was possible

except in Chicago. I won't, give

mm a cnance io run mis ume. i ll

stick right with him."

Saxton in harness at Ehsan's

Summit, N. J., thinks diffrentlyf
of course. "I got the feel of him

last time..., beat the boy food

This time I know all about it. I'll

do it nice." t


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Panama Area Armed Forces
Basketball Tournament Gets
Underway Next Wednesday


Maple madness,- which has been

quietly brewing for the last month




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.on wronu

Al l t s i
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and !:c:? it en!

THE USGA is quitely lnvesti-1
gating the "amateur',' status of
DougSandcrs ... the Young Geor Georgian
gian Georgian who inevitably shows up at
top tournaments around the nation
and even got up to Canada to win
that country's open, .-.
One of the American Leagues
top rookies leads a turbulent do

mestic lue . nas a Detter slug slugging
ging slugging record at home than at home

plate, since the pitchers ; stanea

catching up won mm. . s -Cus
D'Amato. manager of Floyd

Patterson, scoffs at gossip Archie

Moore will be .crowned neavy neavy-urioht
urioht neavy-urioht kine without meeting his

tiger. I nave a personal com com-mitment
mitment com-mitment from Commissioner Jul-

in. Heifand "tNew York) that he

won't recognize anyone as cham
nion until he fiehts Patterson."

.... D'Amato says the only reason
Moore didn't knock out Marciano
when he had him down in the
third round was "he didn't have

heart.", i
1mA for the Moore-Patterson

fight to be announced for Novem

ber in Maaison oquare uraueii.

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Kobbe, in auesc of it third

or so at various posts around the straight crown, will 'piobably t t-Isthmus,
Isthmus, t-Isthmus, bubbles to a climax next gain face its stiffest opposition'
Wednesday evening as six teams trom Fort Clayton. i
kick off the chase for Panama A- Last year the two teams tan-
rea Armed Forces basketball hon-g'ed in a championship playoff
ors. ; ; I when the .Cavaliers engineered a,
11-J1i ,ll Iftrst Place deadUk by winning tj
At Fort Amador, the once again confused, frenzied season finale A?-
powerful defeding champions of scorekeepcr'r error at first hai,
Fort Kobbe initiate their carr-Kobbe the winner and champioa
paign against the Tri-Post Troop- n overtime play by a M-67 scores
ers (composed of players from A- but a check revested that Clayton-'
mador. Quarry Heiehts and the had actually WOn. fift-fi.1 in r0ii.r

Post of Corozal) while the Flyers lation time. Regulation and over.
host Fort Clayton at Albrook AFB time, points were then added up

and Army Atlantic vraoDlies with ana uie contest was anardnl

Navy at Coco Solo. All games be- Clayton, '0-C8. .

gin at 7:30 o'clock. The Cavs then took the first

V,- I of M Playoif, 5B-46, but the j.
All of the circuit's quinlets are Lifelutcrs came back in the next:

currently vying in a pre season two contests, 58-53 and 70-68, to
tourney which opened last night in win the championship and the
the Albrook base gymnasium. right to meet the Canu Losev Ea-.-

Thursday oairineV oited Kobbe-a gles for the Caribbean Command.'.

gainst Clayton and Albrook versus title. ;

the Troopers. In tonight's contests' The final standings at season's ;

which begin at 6:30 and 8:30, the end had Kobbe' and "Clayton tied
Kobbe-Clayton winner meets Na- t 15-3 each, Army Atlantic 10-8.

vy and the Albrook-Troooer vie- troopers 6-12. Coco Sofo 4-8. AN

tor clashes with Army Atlantic. Ibrook 309 and' Navy Pacific 1-11.

Saturday's action will see a con- In San Juan, the 'Liners shaded J

solation game between tonight's Losey in the opener, 63-62, drop-,
losers at 6:30, after which t h e ped the second game by a narrow-)
winners wif! meet for the cham-,68-66 margin, rebounded in th.

pionship at 8:30. Follovving the third for a record-shattering 90-79 v

finale, a most valuable playef will: triumph and in the fourth rode
be selected and awarded a trophy, last-secont", storybook set shot by f
. PAAF.Dlay this year will con- guard Joe Clarizio to a 68-66 win

sist of a round robin schedule in and. the crown. -. 4 v
which each team meets each of .,:
the other five squads" four times. YOUNG LEADERS : -i,:,,

iimiiMiuiviiili luurcm win gu w v .- . .
the team sporting the best won- i Ames," la. (NEA) Terry In

lost percentage at the conclusion gram and mil Hill, sophomores.

Clinch Cage

Grown Tonight


of regulatior play on Nov. 17.
- Game s will be held every
Wednesday and Saturday night be be-ginninj
ginninj be-ginninj at 7:30. In the event, of a
two-out-of-three series will deter deter-first
first deter-first place tie at season's end, a
two out of three will deter deter-mine
mine deter-mine the champ. A one-game play playoff
off playoff will settle any second place
dispute.' '. p..-1

will call plays for the Iowa State

football team. ,

Bie Don NeWnmha

often accused of being a lazv ba'l'

player because of his ambli.'.it

sioucn, is actually the hardest
working player on fhe club, first

Desperation, ambicion and sheer
will power may enable the Balboa
Beer team to overcome i s
place "Jinx" and become the 195ti
champions of the Panama Provin

cial Basketball League..
Balboa has always been a con contending
tending contending team, but nas never been

able to wuTihe big games Io be

come chaps. Tonight's game a

gainst the defending champions
Horn Colon is 'such, a game and
should they falter again t he i r
chances will not be all exhausted
as their current series lead will be
reduced to a perfect tie (which in
turn will be dissolved in a sudden sudden-death
death sudden-death playoff next Wednesday;.
The Provincial League is pre

senting its last doublcheader of

the season tonight with uaiuto and.
Panama opening the show.
The Chesterfield-Balboa rivalry1
has been the keynote Of the pres-
ent series. These teams finished
"one-two'', after the regular sched-
ule was piayed out and came into,
the twice-around final series with 1
the champs and is still predicting
a Chesterfield win tonight and in
the sudden death of playoff game
" In the first go-around,' Balboa!
defeated Chesterfield in a tight 80- i

71 rontest after coming fro m bc-
,'iind a first-half deficit of i i y e
points. Io the opening minutes of
the second half, the Beermen noun

the steam on and moved ahead be

fore the somewhat surprised and

befuddled Smoker could untan

will br at full strength. One of the
most discussed basketball players

on the Isthmus, Ernesto Taylor,!
will be in action with his support

ing cast of Georse Sewell, Jsaaci

Peltinovich-, Rogelio Aikman, Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Tom, Carlos Pomares and

the rest of the strong Smoker

oencti. : ;

Totav Bncanto J5 20
Double In Cinemascope I
. Jeam 'Simmons In-'-
Guv Madison In
"On The Threshold of Space"

Today IDEAL .10 .10
1 Gene Tierney lKv ,
Ronald Reagan in

Andy Gustafson to keep him out terfielcf rallies, io ultimately win.
2 A lscnm"1,Se- ."be hurts too and keep the pressure on the de-

hain't softened Paul

n ......... iIia hrnatl)ntf.H fn hall

DiVWU . W.1U uiiv-v-..'.-, " 7. - --

a Life photographer from his Hv. .ew una tasi ou.
ram, O., training camp when the West Virginia's Art Lewis olav

lensman started to snap uneman ,ng a game of cat-and-mouse with
Tiny Goss out cold from heat Eddie Erdelata of Naw inrf n.j

jychaustion alter mree sirenuous Biaik of Arn)y naj b who'a hind

J ,4m f atilriit -'Bill B I HIS a t I II

w) w . looioau prospect and aea i
cautioned him first day he showed demy-bound but tells Eddio
up: "Don't you dare take .picture if,' Army, and Red vice versa?; I
without asking my permission. The Miami footbaU te amwantsl
The caste system: a New York no part o fits own best football

fh. ,.:flr. .n nr Vrft Kayff' IullDart Pon Bosselcr v. ta themselves. After this rally.

5 ;,r navUCuooer, idTA. ISfE" tav1 '."f.

cuffed completely. . .. . I
South Africa's Abe Segal consol

ing an irate tennis writer whod
been left waithing four hours by
Lew Hoad for an interview appoint

ment: "Really, old boy, Lew

eouldn't care less." . So we

asked Hoad if stones panning mm

for his indifference (holding up a

match 20 minutes for a haircut)

bothered him. . Lew: "I

couldn't care less."

, About the only thing that ex

cites the Aussie is Mickey Mantta
hitting a home run he's become!

a baseball red not. .

National League Whisper that

hand injuries didn't bother slump

ing Roy Campanella this year us
much as brush-off pitches that
find him ducking halfway to third

base. ...

The toughest part or being a
major league coach, says : the
Bums' Jake Pitler, is guarding

the bau bag against the grasping

hands of the younger players
who're always trying to snitch a

hard. . .' Pitt hai ninmrf it. nc

ing attack and its pre-season rat
ing as best in, the east on Corny
Salvaterra. a abarterback wim

can't see. any further than the line

oi scrimmage j-, without his con

tact lenses, ot course,

fending champions.

Since- that game, both teams
have been victorious against Galli Galli-to
to Galli-to and Panama and once again
the tension and excitement of the
first meeting will be evident

night,- An important factor to be


: Max Zaslofsky. Who used to twVopkonM wilh in thi ffam is the

pro uasKeiDan i greatest tc
but sank to the unemployed

year, is mulling an MBA offer.
Between you'n'me, Jersey City
which gets Brooklyn for sevn

games again in '57. also wants the

Giants (somebody over there likes

them)-. . but Walter O'Mallcy is

firmly negative. i


Cambridge, Mass. (NEA)

Capt. Ted Metropoulos, guard, is

Harvard s only returning regular




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getter; poinl-getter; but his ball handling, and
cnntrnl nf Hip rehounda on cither

basket kept the Beermen in the!

fight all the time. Without Jack
Balboa will be without a good
Chesterfield on the other hand

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Miss USA

- ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. Sept. 8
J (jp) Miss America will be
named tonight, j
To .the judges, the girls, them themselves,
selves, themselves, and this admiring spec spectator,
tator, spectator, there isn't a sure winner in
the field of 10 finalists.
The "hard work" of Wednesday,
'Thursday and Friday is over. The
judges have carefully selected their
finalists ana au iney nave uouu
atart all ovet again, a-,

. Promenading under the spangles
. .In rnll nf rinimi will be the 10

girls named before the show c c-pens
pens c-pens tonight plus six others in spe
cial categories, wno were noi o o-itaJ
itaJ o-itaJ tnr th final -iudsint. The
jcvm A o 'J
field of 10 will be narrowed down

J ;to five, and then were wyi oe pne,

Miss America ot l-
'it was Mitt Nebraska, Diane
Knotok, perky in a white sewn,
- whe won last nlght't talent pre preliminary,
liminary, preliminary, and Mist Chicago, San.
' dro Joan Stuart, In a proud dit dit-t
t dit-t play of her M -24-U measure measure-'
' measure-' ments whe won the swim suit
. ; category.; .'iv.V.,::;'y.-;.
' On Wednesday night, h was
, honey Monde, Joan Colleen Beek
! art of California who won the
swim suit honors. Misa Alabama
'' Anne Stuart Ariel, was, most ta
.. lented In talent. .
The Thursday preliminary win win-!
! win-! tiers: Mies Jere Wright, of Ha Ha-i
i Ha-i wail, who wen swim suit Judging
' wearing a touthern accent and a
' white ; bathing suit; Barbara
. Banks,' Mite Arkansas danced
oH with the talent honors.'
I Four others are yet to be nam nam-.
. nam-. ed to the charmed circle. ;
tlnbaw CHy.WHI :
E!:!d Civil Defense
; :::lipg Vltinisday

' The team of Rainbow City will
Volunteer Corps meeting on
Wednesday at the School at 6:30
' B.m. i ..".. :
' The Gamboa and Santa crux
Volunteer Corps will Hold .their
, rneetinrs on Thursday. The la
dles of Gamboa will meet at ,9
"a.m. alt the civic Center and
Santa Crux ladies will meet at
the Service Center at 8 p.m.
, All members of the respective
v iownsltes Civil Defense volun volunteer
teer volunteer Corps are urged to attend
as there will be discussion of
the Jackpot exercises and either
business. Volunteers who have
helmets are asked to bring them
1 10 the meeting in order to at
tlx the Civil Defense Insignia.
,. ; The general public is invited.
Veather Or Not
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' heart -ending a.m. today, ti ore ore-'
' ore-' partd by the MttMrological and
v HydrograyliM Irinch of tha an
' ama Canal Company:

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Let the people
31st TEAR

Truman Gives GOP Unshirted Hell;
Ticks Off Charge Of ) Non-Leadership

Former, President Truman accus accused
ed accused President Eisenhower tonight of
combining "Madison avenue tech technique.
nique. technique. ...with the old army game"
to avoid responsibility for the
"smears" and mistakes of his sub subordinates.
ordinates. subordinates.
In a typical "give-'effl-h e 1 1"
speech, he told the American Po
litical Science Assn. that the "Ma
dison avenue technique has its
"most dangerous manifestation"
in the foreign 'policy field.
"Hero wo the preoccupa preoccupation
tion preoccupation with appearances and slog slog-ana
ana slog-ana whore it can have the most
droadful consequences," he said.
"Wo are not going to prevent a
third 'world war by putting per
aonal popularity above 1 1 a t e a a-manthip
manthip a-manthip by the kind of tolling
campaign you use to sell soap.
"I fear that there is an ominous
parallel between what is transpir
ing now and the events' of the 19
20s," Mr. Truman said, "wnen
the world drifted along and allow allowed
ed allowed the forces to grow and the pres pressures
sures pressures to .be built up which even eventually
tually eventually resulted in World War II."
"Peace must be built upon a
firm ; foundation," he declared.
"He who undermines and destroys
the foundation for the sake of tem temporarily
porarily temporarily preventing outbreaks on
the surface does us no service
whatever."- I"-'
. Mr. Truman, describing himself
as an "amateur" in poli t i c a 1
science, also charged that the ad'
ministration's "tight money poll
cy" has resulted m huge profits
for "the big banks and the insur
ance companies and the giant cor-
Crislobil Employe 1
Selected For CSC i
Management Plans
Evlyn W; Brandt, 49, of Cristo
bal, C. Z.t a supervisoty aamims aamims-trative
trative aamims-trative assistant for the Panama
Canal Comoany. today was select
ed as one of only 21 Federal em-
olovei who will Darticioate in the
Civil Service Commission's Eighth
Juniol Management Intern pro program
gram program In Washington, D. C. The
Droeram beeins Monday.
Brandt and the other selectees
had L pass a competitive written
test, given by the Civil Service
Commission and designed to dis
cover the potential administrative
abilities ol the candidates, beiec
tions were made by the various
federal agencies from those passing
the examination. ,v , a v,i
Goal of the 5-month program.
which ends Jan, 25, 1957, is to add
to the number Of Federal workers
capable of eventually handling re responsible
sponsible responsible administrative positions
in the federal government. The
Commission sponsors the p r o-
gram, which includes orientation
session, lectures, group discus-
sions, college course, and practi practical
cal practical work assignments.
Brandt entered Federal service
in 1933 as a substitute postal clerk
in Daytona Beach, Fla. He obtain
ed his present position last Octo
ber. He is a veteran and World
War 1,1 serving in the Navv from
1942 to 1946 and again in 1950, He
ia married.
Fire Brigades Set
For Auxiliary Role
Canal Zone posts will soon re receive
ceive receive a directive instructing post
commanders to form auxiliary fire
brigades with memberships com
posed of soldier and civilian per
sonnel assigned to the respective
The directive is expected to be
out before October 1 when Pana
ma Canal Fire Department per.
sonnel will assume the responsibi
lity for all structural fire lighting
exclusive of crash rescue opera'
tions in the Canal Zone.
Primary mittion of the auxili-
Vary fire brigades will be to per-,
form such control measures at
they can until the Fire Depart Department
ment Department units arrive. Their tocon tocon-dary
dary tocon-dary mittion will bo to attltt the
Fire Department should the Fire
Department need atsittance.
Military fighters now manning
Army lire stations will train mem members
bers members of the auxiliary brigades in
the use of fire extinguishers, hos-
es where they are available and in
recognition of types of fires and
the type of extinguishing agent
to use in lighting them.
Training will begin as soon after
October 4 as is practicable. Mem Members
bers Members of the auxiliary fire brigades
will be trained on the posts where
they are assigned. The fire briga brigades
des brigades will not be full time duty as


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portions" and failures for small
businessmen and farmers.
Earlier, after a conference with
Democratic National Chairman
Paul M. Butlor and other party
loaders, ho laughingly told re re-portort:
portort: re-portort: "I told thorn not to tend
mo any place where) I might do
harm. There are placet where
they don't like me. Anyone who
does thingt maket enemiet."

Hall Regards Complacency
As 'Tough Enemy For GOP

Republican National Chairman
Lenoard WJ Hall said today after
a talk with President Eisenhower
that "complacency o u 1 d be a
tough enemy" for the Republicans
to lick in November.
t'Atked whether he and Mr. Ei
senhower ditcustet the-problem
during their 50-minuto Whlto
House conference. Hall said:
''Yet, in tormt pi getting people
regiitered."' i: ? .i if 1
:. ;,iti vS..,. Jjr.'.'
r Hall said he Vemembers : 1948
the year former President Tru
man scored his upset victory over
former New" York Gov. Thomas E.
Dewey. Hall has said the only dan-.
ger to the GOP this-year is that
overconfident Republicans wont
go to the polls. :
"We certainly want to do every
thing to get out ther biggest vote
possible," Hall said. "We proved
in 1952 mat a Dig vole is a He
publican vote.?
In a later statement for news news-reel
reel news-reel and" television cameras. Hall
predicted that "the Eisenhower
victory will be bigger this; fall"
than it was in 1952. He was asked
about former President Truman's
statement -that "the Democrats
have the GOP "on the run.".:
i Hall recalled that Mr. Jru4an
said at the Democratic conven convention
tion convention in Chicago that Stevonton
wouldn't carry any moro atatot
than he did in 1752 and t h a t
Stevenson "was too defeatist to
win." .
"I agreed .with him then and 1
still agree with him," Hall said.
He said that because of 1 a t e
registration dates in some states
it is too early to say whether it is
lagging nenina previous years.
Asked whether he believes there
are more Republican or Democra
tic voters, Hall said this did not
make any difference because vot
ers cross party lines, ; lj f, s ;
He said he discussed ''all phas
es 'of the Republican campaign
with Mr.- Eisenhower. including
next week's kickoff pep rally for
wr leaders at tne resident s
Gettysburg Pa. farm. v ;
Mr. Eisenhower, Vice P r o t t-Idont
Idont t-Idont Richard M. Nixon and
their wivot ; will entertain ap approximately'
proximately' approximately' 500 party workers'
at the farm.
Registration is to be an impor
tant order of business at the meet
Hall stuck to his previous pre
dictions t h a t the Republicans
would wage a "hard hitting"
campaign of six or seven weeks,
beginning in mid-September, with

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DEATH AT, THE SWITCHING-.Thls Is rvlew looking south on the Santa Fe Railroad's
main line near Springer, N.M., showing the switch on which the Chief left the main line
and crashed head-on Into a parked mall exp ress. Nineteen persons were killed and 101 in injured.
jured. injured. A railroad trainmaster said the switch was thrown in error by railroad personnel.


country is tafe" UhreKtm Uncoln.

Butler said Mr. Truman would
have "an important part" in the
fall campaign. He said the former
President "probably will be .used
extensively -in the large metropol metropolitan
itan metropolitan areas in the northeastern
states," in farm areas and "in
the Far West where public power
is an issue." f
Mr. Truman said he might not
be welcomed as a speaker in "that
the President limiting himself to
five nr nx mainr SdrlreisM. i
riau said the President will not
engage in any barnstorming. But
he said Nixon and other Republi Republican
can Republican speakerj will be criss-crossing
thev country.
School Crisis
Major. Issue,
Adlai Claims
CHICAGO, Sept. S (UP) -Adlai
Stevenson said yesterday, he Willi
make the "failure" of the Eisen
hower administration to deal with
the ''school crisis" a major issue
oi nis, campaign. k s 1
The Democratic presidential
candidate, back from a 5,200 mile
western swing, said the "total
accomplishment" of the Republi
cans after three and one-h a 1 f
years in office "Is a fact finding
conference." -jv. i
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"We already know1 this f acts,"
"Stevenson said. "Our need is not
for facts, but action on the facts."
Stevenson said the Democrats
have a "good program for dealing
with the school crisis," and he
regaras mis an one of the "ma
jor" campaign issues.
' "We are going to hit it often
and hard," he said.
Stevenson issued a "b a c k to
school" statement, saying' that
"everywhere" he went this week,
"the crisis in educatiot has been
forcibly impressed upon us."
He said enrollments are at rec
ord highs, many children are at attending
tending attending classes on a half-day ba
sis or are being crowded into big bigger
ger bigger classes, the nation Is short
500,000 classrooms, and the teach
er shortage is rat least as serious,
probably more serious." ,;
, "There is hardly a community
auywuere which uues mn iacc cri critical,
tical, critical, seemingly insoluble, finan financial
cial financial problems," he continued.
. Stevenson said that "e v e r y-
where" he found that people were
"indignant about the : failures of
the Eisenhower administration in
this field."
; He did not elaborate on the pro
gram, he advocates. However, the
Democratic platform promises
federal money to. help, build
schools, and for essential school
health and safety measures.


little place' In' Tennessee where
they're having trouble." He refer referred
red referred to school integration difficul
ties in Clinton, Tenn. Mr. Truman
is a strong civil rights advocate
In his speech, Mr. Truman said
he is "nreoccuoied with what has
happened to the office of the Pres
ident during the past four years
and, frankly, 1 don't like what 1
see there." j-3f:-'r.-':: j
He referred to what he called
a now concept .that a Proti Proti--
- Proti-- dont't tubordinatot are rtipon rtipon-tible
tible rtipon-tible for the affairs of the execu
five branch." 1
In a.sarcastio vein, he declared
"When the Salk vaccine is mes messed
sed messed up, that is the responsibility
only of the secretary of health, e e-ducation
ducation e-ducation and welfare.
"When one Cabinet officer fires
a man as a security risk, and an
other Cabinet officer promptly hir
es the same man, each of them is
to 'stand responsible' for the con
sequences of his action.
'Attacks by Sen. Joseph R. Mc
Carthy on the secretary of the Ar Army
my Army are the business only of the
secretary of the Army.
"Political smears by the vice
president are to be completely ig
nored until the time comes to
congratulate him for their effective
ness. . t
He said he still holds the "old "old-fashioned
fashioned "old-fashioned views ... that the re
sponsibility of those in positions of
leadership is to lead: and that
is more important to promote the
welfare of the country than it
to preserve one's personal popul
arity by avoiding controversy
Little League
Boys 8 Girls 8
Sixteen babies including a set
of girl twins were born in Coco
Solo Hospital 'during the wees
ending at midnight Wednesday,
according to the regular hospital
report During the same period
81, patients were admitted and
77 were discharged.
The twins were born to Mr.
and Mrs. Byron Collymore, of
Colon,- ..
Babies were born to the fol
lowing American citizens; AK-:
and Mrs. Howard Mitchell, of
Coco Sollto, daughter; TN and
Mrs. Robert Morehead, of Coco
Sollto, daughter: Ensign and
Mrs. William Trenkle, of Coco
Solo, son; 'FN and Mrs. Henry
Flournoy. Of Coco Sollto, daugh
ter; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Quinn, of Margarita, son.
Babies were born to th fol
lowing parents of other nation nationalities;.
alities;. nationalities;. Mr. and. Mrs. Lloyd
Thome, of Colon, daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Saddler, of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Claudino Rivera, of Caitiva. son;
Lt. and Mrs. Martin Sanoja, of
Colon,, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Roach, of Rainbow Ci
ty, son; Mr. and Mrs. Claudlo
Morales, of Colon, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Granville Gordon, of Rain
bow City, son; and Mr. and Mrs.
Gladstone Williams, of Camp
Coiner, son. - .
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SEVEN OF THE NEW teachers employed In t
schools this years are shown above as they c
members of this group will teach schools on
right (seated) are James E. Hurlne, Balboa H
mentary School; Betty Joan Thomas, Fort K
Balboa Junior High School. Standing, left to
and Max Ackerman, all of whom will teach t

Russia Is

German Reunification Talks

Young CanalZoner A Hit
With Bigname Stagestars

There is no business like showi
business so thinks young Jack
C. Randall, Jr., of Balboa. .After:
a season in summer stock, where
he rubbed shoulders with some
of the most famous actors in the
profession, he has no reason to
change his opinion.
In a letter w his father, Jack
C. Randall, Sr., Chief of the
Housing and Grounds Division,
he was enthusiastic over the
practical training he had re received
ceived received in the summer" theater.
As one of 11 apprentice actors,
chosen- from a number of Eas
tern colleges, by the Ivoryton
Playhouse group, he did every everything
thing everything from adt to paint scenery
and collect props. t..
1 His acting parts were taken
In aupport of auch famous ac actors
tors actors as Caesar Romero, Billie
Burke, David Wayne and Art
Carney. In addition, he work-'
ed on several other plays with
Tallulah Bankhead, Linda
Darnell, Beatrice Lillle and
Carol Bruce., The plays, all
former Broadway hits, in included
cluded included "The Seven Year Itch,
"Strictly Dishonorable," "The

Ike Calls For Friendship Program
Meeting Tuesday With 49 Americans

President Eisenhower today sum
moned 49 prominent Americans to
a meeting Tuesday to discuss his
new program of "people-to-peopie
contacts to promote understand understandings
ings understandings and .friendship with other na
; Tht cenforonco, tchedultd to
last, two days, originally was
planned for Juno 12. It wai post postponed
poned postponed after Mr. Eitonhowtr un underwent
derwent underwent an Ileitis operation Juno
I'izmi Ccasl C:::.
Secured For Sbs
Of Ccinbj Sbrni.
MIAMI, Sept. 8 (UP) The
weather bureau continued
watching a "weak circulation"
today in a squally area some 300
miles off the general Florida
coast to see If a storm is in the
making, i
Meanwhile, the weather bu bureau
reau bureau hoisted small craft warn warnings
ings warnings south of Cape Hatteras.
N.C., to Brunswick, Ga., at 7:45
tm. The warnings said there
would be "moderate' to fresh
northeast winds occasionally
moderately fresh, 25 to 30 miles
an hour a short distance on onshore
shore onshore todav."
Weathermen said they have
asked for ship reports of we&tn
er in the area and may send a
plane to check conditions later
this afternoon.
The weather bureau said that
aV present there is no indica indication
tion indication of storm development but
"we plan to keep tabs on the
Yesterday, the low pressure a a-rea
rea a-rea caused light to heavy show showers
ers showers over the northern Bahamas
and over South Florida.

he United States

necked in with the Personnel Bureau. The
the Pacific Side of the Isthmus. From left to
lgh School; Evelyn G. Home, Ancon Ele Ele-obbe
obbe Ele-obbe Elementary School: and H. Loring White,
right, are James R. Klskln, M. Wayne Poland.

n Balboa Junior

Asked To Resume

-Solid Gold Cadillac,", and 'Bus
Like many Canal Zone young
sters,, young Jack was bitten cy
the acting bug when he was a
student in Cristobal High School.
He appeared in a number of
school plays and was such a suc success
cess success that at the end of his sen
ior year, he was elected actor of
the year. ...
Unlike many other local
boys and girls, however, he de decided
cided decided to study dramatics as a
profess on and entered Ohio
University In the fall of 1951.
Last year e transferred to
Carnef ile Institute of Technol Technology
ogy Technology in Pittsburgh, s which is
considered to have one of the
finest dramatic schools In the
United States. He will start his
senior year this fall and fol following
lowing following his graduation nest
year, plans to take up work
with television, probably In
New York.,! Vv. j,.. v.v,
- A native of the Canal ; zone,
jack was born In Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital 22 years 4- ago and attended
school In both Balboa and cris cris-itobal.
itobal. cris-itobal. He was graduated from
Cristobal High School in 1951.
The mite House said the Pres
ident will speak informally to die
meeting mesaay morning for a a-bout
bout a-bout 10 minutes. Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles and other ad administration
ministration administration officials will partici participate
pate participate in the sessions, v vt :
ihe chairmen of 49 commit;
set up to further the, program will
attend the conference. They re?
present education, religion, indus industry,
try, industry, agriculture, labor, publishing
radio and television, music, mo
vies, aviation and a number of oth
er neias. V '. '-
Th White House said "The ba
sic concept is that, as Americans
have succeeded in economic life
mrougn use of then: own indivi
dual Intltiative. Rn v international
poiucai aaairs they can do much
through their individual efforts to
win the friendship of other reonlps
for the United Mates and for
world peace.' ',..-.r
In hit original invitation, Mr.
Eitdnhowor said "there will
novor bo enouah diolomati nd
information officers at work in
tho world to got the job done
without holp from tho rest of
ut." ,,-
"If our American ideoloey is
eventually to win out in the ereat
struggle being waged between the
two opposing ways of life" he
said, 'it must have the active sup support
port support of thousands of independent!
private groups and institutions and
of millions of individual Ameri
cans acting through pcrson-to-per-son
communication in foriiin
lands."- ; h
The White House said today the
various committee chairmen were
"chosen because of their various
activities that involve internation international
al international contacts and eomminication
"What is envisaged," it said,
"is an effort to increase the na national
tional national consciousness of the possi possibilities
bilities possibilities and the consequent volume
of friertdly contact and communi communication
cation communication by Americans with other
peoples throughout the world."


1 t ft
to teach In the Canal Zone
High School.
BONN, Sept. 8 (UP) West
Germany appealed to Russia to today
day today to resume negotiations
through regular diplomatic chan channels
nels channels on the long-deadlocked issue
of reunification of Germany.
A 10-point memorandum deliv delivered
ered delivered in Moscow to Soviet Deputy
Foreign Minister Andre Gromyko
sought to allay Russian fears of a
united and rearmed Germany. At
the same time it pointed out that
"genuinely normal relations" be between
tween between the Russian and German
peoples are impossible so long as
Germany remains divided.
Copies of the note also were
handed to the American, British
and trench foreign oi.ices.
The Bonn regime stressed that
the issue need not be taken up
gain at a Big Four summit con conference.
ference. conference.
' The agreement to ditcuts Car Car-many
many Car-many reached at tho Big Four
summit cenforonco at Gontva in
July 1955 fixzled during tho Big
Four foreign ministers' confer conference
ence conference in tho tamo city latt fall.
Russia balked at plant for all all-Gorman
Gorman all-Gorman froo oloctiont and rait raited
ed raited tho question of a rearmed
Germany aligned with tho West.
West Germany1 said it Is of tha
opinion that a new Big Four con conference
ference conference should be convened only
when a well-founded prospect has
been created through normal di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic channels that such a con
ference will 'lead to success.
The note made these points:
1. West German rearmament do
es not threaten eastern European
security. ... ...
2. The Bonn government is "ex
tremely interested", in a world
disarmament pact, 1 ; :
3. NATO and the West Europe
an Union alliance are purely de defensive,
fensive, defensive, i v' .. :
4. Russia's assumption that a
united Germany would be commit committed
ted committed in advance to join NATO is
false.' ? f w ,-.-.( r ct -,,
5. If a reunited Germany did
join NATO, Soviet security require
ments could De satisfied, such as
with the British proposal for a de
militarized zone across, Europe.
6. West Germany advocates a
European security system.
7. Only a united German state
could join any security system.
8. The Soviets continue to block
free Ill-German elections although
these must precede any reunifica reunification.
tion. reunification. ..i :v,..; -",;V.f
9. There' must be no political
persecution after reunification.
10. Normal German-Soviet rela relations
tions relations are impossible as long as Rus
sia blocks reunification. ...
No Switchmen
Needed To Work
Upside-Down RR
DAYTON, Ohio (UP) The
famous upside-down railroad at
Dayton Rubber Co. now has a
"mind" of Its. own.
Gone are the switel men who
used to channel the overhead
trains on their intra-departmental
rounds. Each train selects its own
track by means of tripper cams
located in the front of the tram.
The only human touch is t ha
finger that presses the button to
start the train on its way. From
there on the train takes over Ax
own opcraion as it hauls tires
from the loading station to the
curing presses and thence to t; a
discharge conveyor, returns i
aga a to the loading station. '1
train makes automatic stops I
Svc.rts.-i at the staiom, sh:'
swiches and throws autimi
blocks in the track system to i -vent
rain collisions.
The sysem, now operating ?
cessfully, can be likened lo A l
automatic train control as ;
ticed by full-sized railroad.

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