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PANAMA, R. P, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1956
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Margarita Church Embezzler
Gets Four Years Suspended
"The former treasurer of the
Margarita Union Church was
sentenced) to a total ot fpur
years in the penitentiary today
counts of embezzlement!, total totaling
ing totaling S32. but all sentences
were suspenaeo lor nve yew
trvpTHV PILOT GUIDES SHIP-Capt. S. H. Butler (left)
S riSJ Es??rtTthe first British ship to pass through the
Sum Can" in first northbound convoy since Egyptian piloU
took ovef con ro talks with Egyptian pilot Mohamed Hamdy.
defendant make restitution Of
the fundg embezzled.
The court was told that ue ue-laney
laney ue-laney would make immediate
restitution of $7,340 of the
monies missing from" the
church treasury since Jan. 1,
, .. wnen tie aney iacea ine. coun,
rt.oi.ii. noionpv 40 American,. j. . j ... ,,.
is a tall distinguished man wno t at chargeSi one for embez-
seemed quite composed when he
faced the criswDaj vuyuuju
U.S. District Court.
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe sus suspended
pended suspended the sentences given De De-laney
laney De-laney upon condition that the
tion in 1
r ently t
x All ol t
vision t t-tiremr'
tiremr' t-tiremr' bare J
. He is
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r ; ;
, r0"T ""V-Russian pilots have breakfast in' Port Said at tr
:-.t,trcur.'J OliJonnUng Ar.:r.c:ity .
3oes Ahead With Plans
: mal Users' Assodafioh
t (UP) The Western Big Three agreed today to go ahead with
Canal User.' Association" despite Egypf. refusal to cooperate.,
phasi, switched from an earlier, plan, to push an immedtat. te.t
nt toward long-haul preparations, Including Amer.can help if Eu-
i are cut off.
, .-..I- t Ah n' President Garaal, Abdel Nasser
' 1 tf..: Ui irovnf .irMriv has turned down
uie pian .,; uswuu.
zline $5000: one for $2600: one
for $93 and one lor tuitui.
Tha lost rharff VM withdrawn
however, Inasmuch as this sum
was embodied in one of the oth
Th shnrtae-ax in Delanev a ac
f- vara Hisrnvprtvl PflTIV
thU summer when an audit was
conducted for the purpose oi
hivinr a mihst.itiit. treasurer
take over while Delaney was on
Later, after the shortage de de-Tclnncd.
Tclnncd. de-Tclnncd. a comnlete check of the
church books was maae.
District Attorney Rowland K
Wn7nrrt aalrl that xhortaires dat
ing back to isu were discover
Art hut. t.h 'statute m limita
tions had run on some of these
. The District Attorney indi indicated
cated indicated mmt weeks ato that it
in Tiwptpd tha entire short
age would be considerably
liiahw than 110 000
. attnmav Willlnm J Rhjtridan
Jr.( represented Delaney in court
Delaney was formerly a clerk
In the Cristobal post office. He
rolirnri hla nnsltion and iS CX-
pectea to i e m y e xne wwimus
shortly. He has been on leave
without pay since the shortage
1 ft I u Lift i...... S 111
Delaney has been free on $2000
ball on each of the two charges
originally filed against him.
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25 Drop; Wear
DICKIE DOES THE TAMBORITO President Ricardo Arias
dances the typical Panamanian tamborlto folk dance with
a member of the Leonidas CajarJolklore group which proyid--ed
brief entertainment during a buffet held last night at El ?
Rrancho garden In honor of the new mayor of Panama, City,
newsman Jose" Agusthi Cajar Escala.
fime And Fatigue
dropped sharply today to the lowest number since Egypt
UIIWIIUII&GU 1116 JUU VUIIIUIIT JUIV JLO.
: vmy ji snips oegan tne lui-miie voyage oerween
the Red and Mediterranean seas a 25 per cent slash in
iL. 11 Ar.. l .r l i ,
uic urerage or "i snips aauy peiorc inc taKeover,
i The drop beaan two davs aao. Eurooean canal oiloti
staged a mass walkout Friday, and Egyptian and Greek
pilots have been working hard since to keep traffic mov-
ing rnrougn ine wanai.
Sixteen ships left here in the southbound morning
convoy. Anpther 15 vessels left Suez on the northern run.
. porn naroors were compieieiy ciearea or snipping to'
make up the two convoys this morning.
Tt'.t. .LI J kI .1 .1 I . .'
mirry-six snips passea inrougn ine canal yesterday.
The cutback apparently was I -1
Use Uwn Pilots I
let Tiem Try
L-V.XE Seeking IncreaSvJ i:;;Jils
'ft, ' "" " V' " '' :,
For Those Already On Annuity Rolls
', t h si art
, to win world
i typtian con con-...
... con-... aterway. v
v.cl.rHav hi railed nn the Unit
ed Nations security council to keep
mIaco nrntrn nn Ihp Kiluation.
Today he called in the repesen repesen-tatives
tatives repesen-tatives of Pakistan and Ethiopia in
an attempt to sabotage tne Lonaon
conference whica oegms tomor
There were firm indications
that savaral of the 1 nttiont
which upportd tha 0 r I g I I
Dullts plan will rtfusa t put -ny
ta'eth into, tha ntw proposal
fnr a Tanal Utart Atiociatian. Ti
FaroH with lh! rcliictanre from
alln0 mnA flit rtf.iof.tiAn flnm
nHary Soiwyn Egypt, the Big Three started, pia.;
.i The rniin
i on the canal
owina animo animo-,n
,n animo-,n and now
, torpedo tha
om the United
i anrl went im
D..4 .nnfn.nn.. ftf filial 1 1 1 d
there was no turning back on the;
general framework of tne. associa association.
tion. association. One described it as the "on "only
ly "only baU in the game."
At Wheel Nets
Driver $25 Fine;
Tallin aslppn at the wheel
his vehicle netted a $25 fine in
Raihna Maouiratp' Court vester-
day for Richard Robert Brown, 43,
WASHINGTON. Sent. 18 (UP)
-Ranrounintivat nt 21 American
Republics worked on plans today
to bring tne western jiemispnero
ine Deaceful uses of the atom and
other economic and soci pro
The three-day meeting or ine in-
for.AmArifon rnmmwsion WII
launched at the White House yes
terday with an iMormai taut irom
President Eisenhower, .ine, uuei
Executive emoressed hone that at
omic know-how can be used .'.'to
benefit all our people." ,:
j The President's brother. Dr. Mil Milton
ton Milton Eisenhower; told the group
that th United States Is "ready,
millins mil hl" tn ih a re its
peaceful atomic know-how wi th
Athv American renilhllPX
Vt. jiisennower saia- major
fan will hs taken in thin direction
early next year when scientists
and atomic experts from the 21 A A-merican
merican A-merican Republics will : attend a
symposium at Brookhaven Labo
ratory in New York.
Participants will "exchange In In-fut
fut In-fut annliosrtions of Atomic Ener-
of'ful applications of 1 Atomic Ener
gy," Dr. .Eisenhower said.
Dr. Eisenhower said .the United
state i riiscu;sinff aereements
with Argentina. Brazil and Cuba
i 'i ..' (
TVi 'National Association of
Retired Civil Employes will make
a strong effort during the ses
sions of the 85th Congress to
have legislation enacted for the
benefit ol tnose aireaay tra wie
annuity rolls, .' t v v
A representative oi ine iocai
chapter said two of the NARCE'S
chief goals are:
US Seamsn Causes
Ruckus At Pier 18
An intmirsted Amencan seaman
.,k. rcictoA nrrpct at Pier 18
nuu vjjjivv. j -
aught when drivin off at the
wheel of a ranama iiquur uu
still in Gorgas hospital toaay re
covering from a neaa-wouna sua
Peter Dias. 23, a seaman auoaro
(IV Tn have a law missed civ
tnir efraduated Increases which
would eventually mean a hike
nr an net- cent Tnr tnose wno re
tired prior to the enactment two
mnnthi aim nf lpcrlslat.inrr ereftt-
ly broadening annuity benefits,
and -. :r!-Kn'f,'-.-'-t: 'V-'
12) To bring under the survi survivorship
vorship survivorship benefits ot the law those
"forgotten? widows or civu serv service
ice service retirees who became widows
before the survivorship benems
for Qualified widows were enact
ed In 1048.
- The measure for graduated
fncreaie. wonlri anDlv to all
those wfl retwed or who re-
tire before Oct. 1, 1956. :
Those who have been retired
for one year would receive a 25
per cent Increase on their first
$1,500 of that part-of their" ah.
hm hma boat Navicator, has bcealerament and 10 per cent on all
... . : . L. i n) a In I
cnargea wun laxing ycuiw ibuyj umi. sum
ThnaA nihn have heen retired
two years would receive 26 per
cent on the first $1,500, and so
on, the Increase going up 1 per
Magistrate iiraiunuw. jceni a year unui ii. ichciicb
Yesterday afternoon a guard atjujosg wno retired prior to, Oct.
the exiet to the pier area noticedi i; 1951. s t V
Canal Zone police said this Is
k. .I,..!, nanrlinff apuinst him at
luo Vila. t'" o n ;
this time. He will face the Balboa
due tin anme diversion of West
em shipping around tne cape
of Good Hope. :
i 'Shipping : agents here said a
number of companies were send
ing their vessels, particularly
passeneer liners, the "long- v.ay
around." t w
1 aiu...i-iiy, Die iC"act
in the number of ships pass
ing through the waterway
.,i.iu xiittinr Frvnt'a revenue
Is helping her in the present
dire shortage ot competent pi pi-Iota.
Iota. pi-Iota. It gave the hard-worked
veteran Egyptian and Greek
pilots a welcome breather,
rru .., fact i 'nrnhlent con-
hnniln. Yi ianal authorities IS
whether the Egyptian and Greek.
niirtt ean era Tin xnn RLidiii vi
la jtiiHot. until- th new vol
CAW t uuwwo
unteer" mariners complete tneir
training. :i m
Ifemhafi AT mm i.t-ma.n DV
viet croup made their iirsi
trainine runs through tne canai
Thus far, tne tgypnan-run
convoys have gone through
with only minor delays, but,
sources here said ft is a race
aralnxt time and fatitue.
Under the' old Suez company,
nlWa mod. runs nnlv to the
midway point, Ismilla.- At that
nntnt nt.her nllota would man
the vessels for the second leg pt
the journey mrougn vne wum.
Now the same pilots are tak taking
ing taking ships all the way through,
Tms means as mucn is
hours non-stop duty fighting the
tricky currents, wmas ana saiiu saiiu-storms.
storms. saiiu-storms. Often they take off on
the return trip with only a lew
nours rest.. ,,. ;
- unuer wiucn uie uuueu oiw
The charge against Brown wasl would provide nuclear power rear
His driving caused
S minor ac
tors, lie said he hoped smiliar dis-
cussions win oegin soon wun otn-
er American states
of Edward D
Brink's Bsndit Specs O'ICecfe Tells Court
Story Of America's Greatest ; Armed Robbery
BOSTON, Sept. U (UP) Jo-
seph (Specs) O'Kecfe is to contf
Due testifymg today how he ana
othar accused masked bandits
e,uw' 'ioinJT BCcuseu manivcu uuuii
!. .1 . , 1 ... I .
i toye iu crasnea erinn inc. money vaum
i his home iniami escaped with $1,218,211 in the n' home shortly before, the
, O'Ktafo said th men agreed
to exterminate anyone who
flashed money around after the
IiaMub. Ha aaid tha oacl was
made at defendant. Anthony Pi"
has been re-
anal organua organua-'
' organua-' !.nly appar appar-.tck.
sponsible for destroying the equip equipment
ment equipment used in the holdup, the funs,
clothes and the truck.
"Banfieid was going to drive,
fncta uraa In nii.n tha. altfn&l 1mm
a rooftop near Brink's as soon as
be saw the night crew open the
that the man aV the. wheel of a
liquor truck was not the same dri dri-Air
Air dri-Air hn had entered. (The truck
u.un.. in rmnania General, de
Licores. 8. A. ana nan entered
the pier to deliver nquor amt t
Haraltel in in Tlinsj IHlaL. I ,:
SB! HtV" W
DAhnam an Peier s Proback was
called to intercept Dias, who had
haan ArmVmi Diai was so bel
ligerent that it was necessary for
the cop to use his baton to subdue
him. ,. ...... ... t--
. riistnmi officer Ben uupton as-
!.ij ha nnlii-eman who had to
use considerable force to get Dias
to submit to arrest. -kttr
nine hnri heen broueht to
KaihA Pniica Station in a radi'i
patrol car, he became sa' unruly
1. . .. In n avlr all
OB WaS IUl 111 vw...
Dias was Dieeaing proiusey nu
An ambulance was caiiea later
and he was transferred to Gorgas
Hospital where a numoer oi sucn
.... lolfon in his scaln.
An-employe of the liquor firm
and a Colon customs inspector were
ahard the Navigator when. Dias
drove off. with the truck.
Those who retired between this
latter date and Aug. 20, 1920,
would receive the full 30 per
cent on th first $1,500 and 10
per cent on ail above.
There would be a maximum In
Arenac of llsn ner annum. :
A Jaw which would have
irranted a substantial Increase
to retired employes was passed
by the Senate during the 84th
Congress but pushed aside, in
Jit. McKcon's Case
E2inq Studied By 1
US Ilavy Secrelary
Sef For Tomorrovr
Al Rainbow City
t. -port SAID, Sept 18aT)
r.Kj'punu vyuuui cniei UOI. Man Man-moud
moud Man-moud Younis today rejected the
Anglo-French proposal to put
their own pilots aboard shipi
lor the run through t.ha n.
Canal. i .
"Let them try.'f Younla told
President Gamal Abdel Nasser
already had rejected the plan In
v..w.m, uuv iuuuis spcciticaiiy
ruled out the major point In the
Western strategy to challenge
Egypt's control of the waterway.
Younis is the managing direc
tor of the new Egyptian canal
Youlnis said Egypt would
permit a ship of the proposed
Canal Users Association to
pass through the canai "but
such a ship must obey Uie reg regulations,
ulations, regulations, and the regulations
are that a ship must take oa
board a pilot from us."
Youlnis accused foreign canal
nllntu vihn nit hl nh. nf
"planning to Interrupt freedom
of navigation and stopping tae
passage of ships." ?
"Thev acted unnrofessinnallv.
iThey brought contempt "on
themselves," he asserted. -He
claimed Egypt has over
come the crisis.
'I have no problems concern concerning
ing concerning pilots," Youlnis said. "Jhe
alt.iiat.lnn la nnw nnrmat WJm
shall carry on running the ca
nai oeiter vnan n was none Before."
"Maffie, ;Faherty and I along
nation's greatest armed robbery. !; fang set out for arinKt tor a
O'Keefe. the prosecution s cbiet dress rentartai. '..-.'';iv
.;.., in tha trial nf eltfhf Hpi u
. i . r j .iri. I.' r ..1... ann
lcodants, sam yesieraay paruct-) nuoi u nwic wa ; j -
oants' vowed to murder -any gang was present, no pronounceu mo. ni f
member who threatened success names of the defendants as if theytual job I was pick 3d as the man
of the Jan. 17, 1950 holdup. is ''Anthony Pino, Stanley Guseiolto lead the rest into the building.
The hawk-profiled witness Said ra (now dead), Vincent Costa, Al Pino was to stay in the truck.
i N. Y. Mr.ithe death pact was agreed upon a doipn Maine, josepn uaninia w diuoa.eruu
n'ved by the month before the robbery during (how dead), Michael Geagan, Jo-Son were ordered to carry Uie
l' as a drill a dress rehearsal in which' the seph McGinnis, Thomss, Richard-, bags that would be used to haul
. t.j I.- t.n... IT.harto U.I RatJ Off the lftOt.
mi uivision.! pang garoca in isroifbijue niasRs buu, n..v, ...u. - ..,
with that Di-i acted out their roles. 1 er. ." '. '. .",J ,i,M. ',, .,.--.
e of his re- He named defendant Herry Bak-! He spat the names from his Wnlng was left to .change,
..... .... . it. l. : ..... l n. n V..Fd a.irf .'Tlnr. iin. raf tflV.
on a drill er as tne man wno urged tnat tne monm, m e.vrs nivajux, Hpnr.
Ivanff "take some nrwantinn" a. tuonslv over the faces of the de- en as to how we would go In ana
gainst anyone who endangered the fendanU. ; ...... . a vwe would conduct ourselves alter
others. 1 "McGinnis said be would be re- we got the money.
his wife, who
Don't Get Lost"
v- We're changing the order of
some of four pages as from
today. Tneyll still emerge in
i 2. 3. 4. S etc.. we
hope, but their contents will'
be different. Sports pages, for
instance, will be closer to the.
center of the paper. Just
where everything 1s this first
day of the new system we're
not too sure ourselves. We
hope that both we and vou
get used to it with no more
than our normal confusion.
US Bank M:n:-:r'j
Son Stools G:rro
The September conference of tbe!M U J 1 lU-t
Governor with representatives cfllll Mn?!! flliiTiOI
the. civic councils is the Latini , r .r
American Communltes ot the tanai
Zone will be held at 4:30 tomorrow
afternoon in the Rainbow City High
School study hall, 4f
This will be tne iirsi oi me nin ninthly
thly ninthly "shirtsleeve" conferences with
Latin Americsn council meml)ers
on tha atlsntie aide ainre the meet
ings have been opened to uie puo-
He. The Iirsi oi mese puduc niei
ingswas held last month at P
raisn and was attended br a re
presentative gathering for the var
Several subjects of general in-
' wactTTNr.Tnv Sent tit 1-fUPl
Navu Secret rav Charles S. Tho-
a. J- aalh..aa tnAtt It A
mas rnaue cicar iuuaj ho nwui .-- j
spend a long time studying the terest,: some of which; have peen
Court martial recora or Marine, unaer uiscussiuu .iiiui u'
Staff Sgt. Matthew McKeon be
fore taking final action. .'; -O
- The Navy announcea rasx nigni
that the court martial record had
reach Thom.V de-.k after being
reviewed by 'the Judge Advocate
General, Rear Adm. Chester C
Mckeon was convicted of negli-i
pent homicide in connection wun
have been listed on W agenda for
h Sentemher meetine.
Among these are: kindergarten
fullinn in Latin Ameriean SchooK.
waiting periods at outpatient cli
! anhnnl .hut transinortatinn
iiiwd, a,.vM i
from ta Boca and Santa Crux to
Paraiutr basements in bouses of
Rainhnui itv and Santa mi: tele
phone installations in the newer
the deaths of six recuits during a communities; services of doctors
..... . .1 ... i ..11. ..J lh. DarsnA
night disciplinary marcn ai mc.ior quuse ku hu mo a.-.
rarris Island, o. mirini uooujiirsi aia oinuu,
UIC HUIW JnjR.u. ....
liov, w. c. rouer na urgeu ip
HEIDELBERG. Germany. Sent
IS (UP) An Americian bank
manager's 14-year-old son today
shot and killed a German robber
who tried to kidnap him as host
age in a bank robbery
. Rnhart Vnhel uihna father la
head of the Heidelberg Branch of
Chase Mannattan nana ot new
York, opened fire with a hidden .22
canoer pistor as me wouia-oe ron ron-ber
ber ron-ber wss driving him toward the
downtown Bank, the U.S. Army re reported.
ported. reported. The bandit invaded tha Kuhel'a
home and took young Robert hose hose-age
age hose-age in an attempt to grab $71,500
from the bank, the1 Army said.
It identilied the slain roDner aa
Hugo Walgenbach, A German na
Vacation In Nice
Uallllllg .,") - ,
Th. MM.rt marnai aemencea mm
Afii k to nine months at hard sidents
of all anal Zone com
i..i u.j ...J.M Hisrharce t mnnitea .tn lake an active rrl la
IdUUI, u vau vuiimu i ... .
n.r.ti...a nf tin mnnth from hisithe work of the civic counc and
lui ivaui c ui -, r . ....
pay for nine months and reduction! has invited attendance at
in rank to private. ; Monthly conference.
NtCF.. France. Sent. 18 fUP
Winston Churchill and cigar arriv
ed yesterday for a Riviera vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. Appearing hale and hearty,
Churchill walked down the gang
way of a British airliner with a
xioar in hia mnnth and hil rtaht
the, hand held up in his wartime '.'.V"
tor victory tymDoi.
PAG I TW3
TT2 TAT. VIA AKIRICAJI
A.N INE Ef EXTENT DAIL?
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
HHI 1MB WHMHIt ST TM PANAMA AMERICA A) MESS OC
rCUNOCO T MCLON ROUNSCVEU. K Ull
HAAMODIO AAIAS. korroa
T. H SntrtT P. O. Boa 134. Panama. ) P.
TlLtPHOMI S-0740 IB lIHHI
CAM! AOO- PANAMCHiCAM. PANAMA
Orrieti ia.i7 Central Avinui pctwiin Htm an iSto (taccts
POMICH P!CPRU(NTATIVU. JOSMUA B. PSWIW. INfc
S4S Madimm AVB. Niw VOfta. 7 N. V.
LOCAL T MAIL
IX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE B BS ,S,2
ONE rtAA m APVAWCE IB.BO tA.OO
ITHE MAIL BOX
B.'Ifcl- tmihn ni-whtt ftnd'Blue Ttoidb In the
Canal Zone? I see Uiey are having a former Trouper as coach
- - 1 li 1. m 4m 1nMt 1 n tAOln lYlv
at the El Panama, cure woum u "y t 7.
kkls to swim and dive well. The only trouble Is that If you
have kids you hardly ever have $50 tying around to use for
loining the Cabana club at the hoteL t
1 notice they want a GS-4 Recreational Assistant (Swim (Swim-ratag)
ratag) (Swim-ratag) lor the Balboa PooL Why put the swimming In paren paren-Siesis?
Siesis? paren-Siesis? If the Schools are hard up, I know other parents of
swimmers will be glad to chip In and get a good coach. Or
should we ust alt back and lave the kids with the injun
matinees and the comic section? They can't all play base ball.
u a would-be. rooter for new Troupers.
a a..i. kmi la Keino lent tn 1b.I1 for two VearS.
Then he will be dishonorably discharged, with the attendant
humiliation and loss of rights. What old he do rto merit this
harsh sentence? On July 2. 1956. he refused to cut grass
p According to Court Martial Order number 25, U&ARCARIB,
private violated article 80 of the Universal Code of Military
Justice. A certain lieutenant ordered him to cut the grass in
lront of the USARCARIB guatahouse, wnere, presumably, the
soldier was confined. When the man retused this menial and
trivial task, he was given a general not the usual special special-court
court special-court martial." Ordinarily,' this infraction of military discipline
would be punishable by a summary court or at most a special.
There can be little doubt as to what the men at Quarry
Heights had ln-mind: The boy was apparently an eight-ball;
he bad three previous convictions, of what type or degree Is
not made known. When this incident occurred, the board of
officers turned to one another and agreed that this man had
no business in the service; This Is quite likely. It Is equally
possible that the man deserved a dlsnonorable discharge. Cer Certainly
tainly Certainly he did not serve -his -country with anything like distinc distinction;
tion; distinction; But what we must be primarily concerned .with is the
tjuestlon: Is this justice? .v
If the man Is unsulted for duty, discharge him. But Is it
hitman la t In th civilized tradition to inflict such a severe
punishment?Can any good come of It? Is the Army or the man
or society the better for it? Are -all three worse off? t
' It also seems germane to question the policy of consider considering
ing considering previous convictions-whea sentencing a man. Do civil
courts allow men to suffer repeatedly for the same offense?
How can career soldiers, EM and officers alike, defend this
philosophy? Silence Is consent. It Is time for not only a re reappraisalagonizing,
appraisalagonizing, reappraisalagonizing, if you please of the philosophy of the
UCMJ, but of the manner by which USARCARIB ofllcers, as
well as 20th Infantry men, cirsumvent thic code to wreak their
own sense of penalties.
Rebuttal welcome. -
f HOWARD AND ALBROOK
Dear. Mr. Collins: . " . .
j Your letter of 28 July 1958 to the Secretary of Defense
relative to the transfer of certain air operations from Albrook
Air Force Base to Howard Field has been referred to me. for
reply. v 7 '- v.- ; -r
" All practicable actions have been ,-taken to reduce to a
minimum hazardous conditions In the vicinity of Albrook Air
Force Base. Precautionary steps already taken include the
transfer ot the majority of Jet,-heavy aircraft operations and
llim.n. Tran.nnrt Cor-vlpo tn HnmrH Fiplfl. Tn fi.riritt.lnn
IVlUibaiJ AU il.UJM -
there Is a continuing effort to regulate operations In the in
terest oi saieiy. s
Funds lor relocation of all .1" froiti thlis are
ifot available at this time. Tt uitu. ... location 1 Air
Force flying activities from Alw.k r : -1 : ward
Field is a long-range objective and pUni.u:g.Jowaia Uiat end
Is being continued by the services.'
Assistant Secretary of the Army (OMA)
Mr, J. Winter D. Collins
UJS. Citizens Association, C.Z. '
. Your interest in this matter as well as the interest of the
United States Citizens Association of the Canal Zone is ap appreciated.
preciated. appreciated. v
J n George H. Roderick .
i; a Box 154
Balboa, Canal Zone. ,
RIGHT AND WRONG
Whenever a remark has been made unfairly against Pan-
. am a or Panamanians I have made a point of straightening out
the matter staying strictly with the facts.
:i I must now refer to a recent letter by H. A. S. addressed
to Tyrannical Oringo. Mr. T. Q. is right.
According to the treaty of 19U3 Panama Is not' sovereign
In the Canal Zone, and furthermore will never.be .unless a new
treaty la drawn up subject to the approval, of both Govern Governments
ments Governments .v
So H. A. S. It was you, and their excellencies the Ambas Ambassadors
sadors Ambassadors to Great Britain and the,United States who goofed, and
Hot Mr. T. O. ?."-v-.;:.,,-.;--.;' v -.- r-
!; Have you noticed how quiet they have been since making
those ridiculous statements to the Press?
And now a coquet to M.-R. Crewe. He has hit the nail
squarely on the head.
!! That my government has connived with the merchants to
sell approximately 16,000 wage earners down the river for a
plugged brass farthing", will bo forever my shame.
., Dam Tired and Mad
i '- Panamefio.
Since officers and enlisted men have been permitted 'the
privilege of wearing shorts while on duty, I suggest, as a bene beneficial
ficial beneficial suggestion, any type of legulation undershorts that will
stop exposing undesirable sights. Now I make my suggestion
sot because I am "anti-shorts lor men" but because men have
had no experience on how to conduct themselves while wear wearing
ing wearing shorts. .. .-. : :.
i Specifications for regulation undershorts should contain the
following Items : ?
L Elastic around the leg holes. c
1 White in color other colors are distracting.
3. Hidden device so as when legs are out of proper position,
person is shocked, pinched, or a siren blows.
r These suegestions should apply to ail ranks from the high
est to the lowest. v
. Junior Miss.
PANCANAL HOURLY RATES
As an lnfnrm.ri aiunplAU nf tv "iimnni.ni -..'
- vj nuuivM niui5uca in included
cluded included in Senor Jose Rivera's sweeping denunciation of Pan Pan-)una
)una Pan-)una Canal Company employment practices delivered at the
feglonal conference of the International Labor Organization
in Havana, Cuba, I feel It a patriotic duty to refute Senor Ri Rivera's
vera's Rivera's statement that noh-U. citizen employes are being paid
0c. per hour for duties "identical with those performed by UJB
(citizen employes at $2.40 per hour." T
Having access to the list of promotions granted non-U.S.
citizen employes. I have checked our current list effective Oct
7, 1D58, and find that, nut of a total ot 160-odd employes rec-
uiuuicuueu ur prgmuuon, oniy 29 are earning less than SI ter
hour.Tne reman?er are earning from 11.03 to $1.23 per hour.
Th. wn.H?in.!esSth?i1AJper hour could DT no Wretch of
Jhe Imagination be considered as among either the skilled or
eeml-skUled categories and are not, therefore, performing tasks
.-identical with those ot VA citizens paid $2.40 m
of the latter, however, are earning over 60c. per hour Althoueh
I am not familiar with. the payrolls of other divisions. 1 Ton Ton-ider
ider Ton-ider my division a representative cross-section of, the Panama
-Canal Company generally, and I am positive that Senor Ti Ti-vera'a
vera'a Ti-vera'a contentions are gross exaggerations
I, It would appear that Seftor Rivera is either misinformed
or has made deliberate misrepresentations, to say theleastfTnd
I would auggert that some of these antl-Grlngo Ltiiead" wouW
wta.i obtaln. accur.ate 'nfonnatlon before dashing into
print with sucn falsifications. 8 mw
If our Latin American neighbors' expressed desire for p
tlnental solidarity is not merely "lip aerrtce" such sweious asl
'?l0NnVdh ilctle, t0waJd rnUn the J?elationhlpSPinSBrs
the North American half is concerned.
-Another Tyrannical Gringo.
y VICTOR RIESEL
This campaign season of the
year appears to dull uie gooa
caste of many who are politically
fcungry and we find them supping
at the same tau:e with most any
one who can fill a bowl with votes.
I can't see why good taste should
take a holiday any season of the
year. And l can t see wnyu
shouldn't be reported that Were
are some candidates and some la
bor men who are accepting the
support of officials of a union
which is charged by the Justice
Dept. with being under the dom
inaiion and control of members of
Communist organizations and .
mide into an instrument for the
promotion and advancement of the
aims and objectives of Communist
organizations, foreign Communist
governments and tne world com
All this is happenit c now in
Mtnrioi, Texas, Tennessee,
Arizona, and Connecticut, among
It Is hardly yawn-producing to
add that Nathan Witt attorney
for this union, the Mine, Mill and
Smelter Workers, has refused to
deny under oath before a Congres Congressional'
sional' Congressional' committee that he has
knowledge of Soviet espionage.
So my 1100,000 question, gentle gentlemen,
men, gentlemen, is: Why are some Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Party candidates and some
laborite political leaders accepting
the support of members of this
union? Have these candidates
asked the officials of this union, union,-which
which union,-which is now up for hearings be before
fore before the Subversive Activities Con Con-tro
tro Con-tro Board, to repudiate world
Communism and Soviet foreign
intrigue? If so, we have no record
of it And we would be delighted
to print the answers to these
The time has come to stop being
polite. One is either for or against
cloaking a pro-communist union in
respectability even if it means los
ing votes. bpecuicsT
In Montana, for examole. the
State Democratic Party has ap
pointed : one frnest baivas, of official
ficial official of District One of this ultra
strategic union, to the Labor
Advisory Committee ot the State
Democratic Party. .Perhaps the
party leaders were not aware of i
the nature of Salvas' national
union. But they know it now. J
Mivas has not been just an idle
committeeman. He served on a
small sub-committee which drafted
labor's proposal for the Montana
Democratic Party platform.
And I want to add here for ut
terly unsubtle reasons that this
national union of Salvas' is the
same one which helped to finance
a 'book by Harvey Matusow, the
liar for hire. Their brother Mat Matusow
usow Matusow is about to be tried in Fed Federal
eral Federal ( n i chirgcs of per perjury.
jury. perjury. ttirnabout Mat Matusow,
usow, Matusow, w ui of all modern
breast beaters, slurred this govern government
ment government ;Of ours in his book. Has
Salvas, drafter of party platforms,
had anything to say about all this?
Perhaps he will on Oct 10 at a
Farmers Union conference with
labor and political leaders. Salvas
is; a featured speaker. There will
be some prominent AFL CIO peo people,
ple, people, there. We won't name Jiem
here. But from now on they know
who their platform partner will be.
I go at length on the Montana
situation so that it can be an out
line for you of similar activities
in otner states, in El Paso, Texas,
three of thir union's members
were elected delegates to the
county Democratic convention.
Across the country in the Fifth
Congressional District of Connecti Connecticut
cut Connecticut the Mine-Mill Political Action
Committee was received by the
the Democratic candidate for- Con Congress.
gress. Congress. His name is Luke Martin.
Maybe he knoweth not whom he
meeteth. But. he knoweth now. And
I'd be glad to print his repudiation.
. The report is that Martin and
a James J. McCarthy, standing
for the state senate in that district.
endorsed the Mine-Mill's legislative
program, which is innocuous
enough. Then the Mine-Mill crowd
endorsed the candidates. There is
something about: all these
pleasantries which affects the
stomach. But that, after all is
matter of taste, as Molotov once
said of his relationship' with one
We could pick another state' at
random. Arizona, for example.
where the secretary-treasurer of
the jstate AFL CIO and Us po political
litical political chief, actually went out to
a wine mm rauy in mat union s
local headquarters. The labor man
urged "labor unity in politics."
Labor unity with what? A union
which the government of th u s
has charged with subversion and
which was ousted from the CIO
tor louowing the Communist line
What goes here?
; BUSY DAY
- TOPEKA. Kan- (UP) Rav
Mreeter,- 18-year-old ex-caddy
playing in his first city tourna
ment won the Topeka match play
golf championship in a 36-boIe
match. He then drove to a nearby
town and joined his teammates in
a scheduled league Softball
game. He hit a home run and two
- J 1 V '
i' i" y
. .k.l 1
Walter Wincliell in MeivYor
Her Grace's dccision to forsake
films can be dismissed with a
shrug.. Betty Hutton and Ethel
Merman "retired" last year. Both
changed their minds, of course.
An actress is an actress is an
actress . Despite the critics,
Elvis is having the last rich laugh.
A trio of his platters are among
the Top Ten . Miss Monroe s
is she or ; aint she preggy
was headline news in conserve
tive British and U.S. dailies.
(Scandalmongers!) ... Pageant's
happy words are devoted to an
essay concerning ine neomsn.
A uetblsh ig a schnook with trou
ble . Big. seller in Broadway
gift shops: Oil paintings of Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Dean . Picture Week mag
would have you believe that Ro Roberta
berta Roberta Sherwood was ''discovered"
bv recording company execs.
(Ha!) . From here Jan. 16,
1956. "Roberta Sherwood at Mur
ray Franklins (opposite tne
Roney Plaza) -rates recording
stardom. .: ... V '.'..
'Namely You." from, the fdrth-
coming "Li"! Abner". musical, has
sonesational sound . mat
news-ohoto of Jerry Lewis wearing
specs makes him appear soooo
diamfied. It's possible a-
year-old Francoise Sagan, France's
best-seller queen, flunked out of
college . Have a sassy ex
cent from Time mag s Tar
and Peace" review: "Henry Fon Fonda
da Fonda gives the impression of being
the only man iu the huge cast
who has read the book"
Bob; n Considine s Cosmopolitan
short story is the slickest .
This Is An Actress: "If I could
no looser act. I think I should
stop breathing," contiuea ingria
Bergman . Notice: The show
season ignites Sept 26th when
Queen Judy comes to the Palace.
A melodious instrumental in
spired by "The Poor People of
Paris" is titled "The Rich People
of Brooklyn." Listen--and enjoy
Modern Screen has a mo
mentous essay tagged: "I Flipped
When Elvis Held Me In His
Arms." (Elvis who?) . The
highlight of the Music Hall stage
show: An orchestra and choral
version ot "Kol Nidre." Beautiful,
beautiful . This threatens to be
the singingest and dancingest sea
son. Thirty-four musicals are due
Psstt! Dont tell a soul- but
Miss Monroe wears bloomers in
her upcoming "Sleeping Prince"
film co-starring Sir Laurence Oli Olivier.
vier. Olivier. She portrays a chorine at
the turn of the century ... Peo
ple Today mag's photos has a sex sex-tress
tress sex-tress displaying every dimple. The
theme of the essay: She adores
Over 100 attractions have been
announced for the 195657 season.
Aboat 60 will eventually challenge
reviewers . Carroll Baker, star starring
ring starring in Ella Kazan's soon-due
"Baby Doll," will be everybody's
baby dolt. A gifted actress who
has Eva Marie Saint's Innocent
beauty . The Saturday Review's
show-oaf y contrib: "To extrapo
late-about transmigration from a
curricular to a curial career
would be meretricious in the ex extreme."
treme." extreme." (Nuts to you, too) .
scoop: tivis middle name, is
Aaron. Incidentally, this happens
to be a big year for" odd first
names: Estes, Elvis and Adlai .
Singer Guy Mitchell and Danish
model Else Sorensen were wed
yesterday in Bay St. Louis, Miss.
. . A movie mag Insists Kim
Novak dislikes furs and jools.
(Her talent and beauty are gems.)
Actine is not an easv rhura
Marlon Brando rironnprt 30 nnunria
for his role in the. movie version
of "Teahouse of the August Moon"
. '. Comforting note for losers
in the Miss America contest: One
of the runners-up in the Miss
America xweenstakes wu Vera
Miles, now on her wav to Hnllv-
wood stardom . Cecil B. De-
Mille has confidence in the movie
biz. His "Ten Commandments"
represents a $13 million risk : .
Lee Strasberg, the Actors' Studio
chic!, .declared that Gary Cooper
and John Wayne are examples of
Stanislavsky's acting ideas. (You
mean, .that bang-banging Indians
is Art? ) ; Diana Dors pro proclaimed:
claimed: proclaimed: 'I've discovered air-conditioning.
You may quote me as
saying that since I've come to
America I'd rather sleep with air-
conditioning than with my hus.
band." (niileezi There are gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen present, Lady h;;,
;'' :: V'-- '" J,'? ""i'" 'i '"
Th.?r must h a trarrilv ht
news Helen Hayes7 criticism of
me jjntisn tncatre was page-one
news on two contincats. (Gee-wMr
and l' Mini) . Th.-'i'r-brea
!v .re nor!., iiu.t
Saroy.ni and .Tennessee tiut;u$
regard ."Waiting for Godot" as one
of the, greatest plays of modern
times. (It figures 1 J. Memories
jplay strange ..tricks.,: Old .flickers!
mat sccmea great in retrospect
become only so-so when revived
on teevee ; According to the
U.S. Census Bureau 3 out of 4
homes now have telcscts. In other
words the invasion is almost com complete
plete complete i O. Welles' confession:
"There are three intolerable
things in life cold coffee, luke lukewarm
warm lukewarm i champagne and over overexcited
excited overexcited women." (Translation: Or Orson
son Orson is growing old.)
Most lucrative spot for show show-gals
gals show-gals is Vegas. The average week weekly
ly weekly fee there in 700 Th Tlmmv
Dean phenomenon becomes more
increaioie. A dozen books about
hira are now in prepration ; v
Kierkegaard . Elia Kazan ar argues
gues argues that "hardly a star draws
a thing at the box office any
more." (The current box office
champ is "High Society." which
includes such unknowns as Grace
Kelly, Biqg Crosby and Max
Sinalrc) . An interviewer asked
actress Gloria Grahame: "Why do
you think sex is important?" .
ir i o r i a a wonderful response:
'That's the siWest. question!"
If you're fascinated by offbeat
titles the name of a forthcoming
flicker will fasrinat vmi- "Tin An
a Dead Jockey" ; Radio dead?
Variety reports: "NBC RadiJ
racket up some $3,800,000 net in
new and renewed business over
the past week" , Now there'3
a tune titled "Vim Vam Vamoose"
. . Anything-to-be-different: 'The
Yoim Guns" is a Western with
a leap from a 90-foot r' 'f ,
' Csrc ... j y()u
t moves in tikkctv-i ...,-ifiv
style i Have vou sent vnur
presidential postcard (not a fetter)
!iiw vine on ixe or Adlai to me?
. v, WW,. Box. 711, New. York City
. Jot rinwn. if curitKiftM vn...
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vote from '52 . Please sitrn ii
-Pills VOur irfdr.s
check if you are voting more than
Once .. . The ctraw.tinl. ,innA.
will be made public 1st week in
MICfi FOR SALI
. BAR HARBOR. Me. (UP) J
miivjmi memorial Labora Laboratory,
tory, Laboratory, the famed cancer research'
center here, is mice riddeiui
aome one million mice are pro-'
duced in the laboratory annually.
uuuurea uiousanu are used
for research t th ..j
other 300,000 are shipped to other
ios inrougnout tne world to help
fight muscular dystrophy, heart
uucise, aiaoeies and arthritis.
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'H' A DARIEN STS.
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NA;iARIA. Cili'c.. When
Gen. George C. Marshall, as U.S.
ambassa t to China, recommend recommended
ed recommended that Chiang Kai-shek bring two
Communists into the Nationalist
Cabinet in order tn heart nff
China's swine toward commu
nism, h l 1W nillni-MMi nn
the floor of the U.S. Senate by
the senators McCarthy and Jenncr
as me 1001 ot communism and a
traitor to his rountrv
When John Carter Vinr.nt tt S
career tiipiomat snd expert on
Far Eastern affairs, concurred
with (ienenl Mrhall th.f it
would be wise to form a coalition
Nationalist-Communist Cabinet, he
loyalty board Investigation after
which John Foster Dulles fired
him. not for lovsliv. but tnr hA
John Davies, alse a member of
General Marshall'! tt.fr in fhi'n.
who concurred in this decison.
aiso was urea by John Foster
DllllfJ not for lnviltv hut far k.H
hid ? m en t.- Dxvip. in hi. tint
even been able to collect the mon
ey he paid into the State Depart Department
ment Department toward a future pension.
This i how harth Jnhn Vnettr
Dulles has been toward career
diplomats who guessed wrong
even though such non-career Re Re-Dublieait
Dublieait Re-Dublieait dinlnm.t. tt p.triV 1
Hurley, also ambassador to China,
concurred with them at the time.
RUSSIA IS STOPPED
When President Truman startled i
the world, and especially the
American public, with the Truman
doctrine for Greece and Turkey,
it had one all-important objective
to block Russian influence from
reaching down through the Bos Bos-phorous
phorous Bos-phorous into Uie Mediterranean, j
Truman was advised by Win Winston
ston Winston Churchill and Dean Acheson
that Russia's createst ambition.
both under the czars and under
the Kremlin, was to penetrate
through the Black Sea, through
the Dardanelles, through the Ae Aegean
gean Aegean to that ancient highway
European commerce,' the Medi Mediterranean.
terranean. Mediterranean. From there commu communism
nism communism could fan out toward the
restless Arabs of North A f r I e a,
the volatile Greeks of the Pelopon Peloponnesus,
nesus, Peloponnesus, and spread up the Adriatic
to Italy and Yugoslavia.
The Mediterranean, lifeline of
the British Empire.-Truman was
warned, might eventually become
a communist lake, from Gibraltar
to the Sues, unless the Kremlin's
penetration of Greece and Turkey
So a rather unskilled President,
at least regarding foreign affairs,
took the unprecedented step of ex extending
tending extending American Influence all the
way to the ; Bosphorous. Some
three to four billion dollars of
mericafl aid was extended to
Greece and Turkey. Americai
military advisers trained their,
armies. Thev became allies of th
Truman doctrine for that area
RUSSIA STRIKES SOUTH
' When Ferdinand de Lesseps,
digger of the Suet Canal, was
awarded the honor of admission
to the French Academy, President
."You have set your seal on one
oi tne great battlegrounds of the
future:" v r
(He referred to the fact that the
canal, connecting the worlds two
most thickly populated continents.
Asia and Europe, was certain -to
become th world's most coveted
waterway if an enemy of England
or the United States should con
trol. it, raw materials of the
Orient, the lifeline of England
with Australia, New Zealand, India,
would be cut off ; and seriously
hampered. Renin's prophesy was
more accurate than he realized,
r Knowing its accuracy Soviet
Russia began even before the
war's end to tnr infiltration of
the Arab of North Afrl. Tn Ih.l
summer of 1943, Moscow officially
asked Washington for the right to
send a P.:.i i
ed in t it
gcria, ho j s
aent l t s.
After the war,
fanned out s 1 t
ca, Syria, 1
trine, the k, -tack
a few b
to the mr t i
in the wor.J.
r cscnt cscnt-i
i cscnt-i rf A1--j.
i at the
"n doc doc-1
1 doc-1 Us at-
. lios south
DULLES IS YYCCID f.XO WON
In 1S33, during the first year
he became Ebenhvcr's secre-'
tary of state, John Foster Dulles
journeyed to Cairo. There he sat
with Egypt's persuasive, charm charming,
ing, charming, Gamal AbJei Nasser, heard
hira talk of Egypt's downtrodden
masses. Shout his tnr nnH.
lng starvation, revitalising his na--
uon. ii was a moving appeal.
Dulles has made both fortune
and reoutation as a shrewH w.n
Street lawyer. But he has made
disastrous mistakes. One was -when
he urged American inves-w
tors to buy German bonds in the
pre-Hitler era, another when he
wia American auaiences m 19o8
that the rlietatm-e nf r.nrmam
Italy and Japan needed mori
room for their restless peoples.
mis was after one such dictator
had elr.Hv tMiaA Atietiu v.
Ruhr, the Rhineland and the Su Su-detenland,
detenland, Su-detenland, and a few months be before
fore before his attack on Poland wis to
piunge the world into war.
Dulles, listening to Nasser,
made another disastrous decision.
He decided to bet American pol policy
icy policy in the Near East on backing
Nasser and rebuilding Egypt.
To this end, he pulled wires
with the British, all but demanded
that they get out of Suez. He ap appointed
pointed appointed Henry Byroade, a West
Point colonel, who spoke the same
language as Colonel Nasser, as
U.S. ambassador to Cairo. And
he Immediately poured $30,000,000
of VS. economic aid into Egypt Egypt-aid
aid Egypt-aid which Nasser only one year
later was berating to the Egyptian
people as the importation of dis diseased
eased diseased American chickens.
"Egypt today stands in every
respect with the West.". Colonel
Nasser told Byroade shortly after
word that the U.S. was bringinaT
dollars to his defense.
Simultaneously the same Nasser
was telling Arab leaders: "We
are in a position to ruin the West
u we act to wont."
That was the disastrous error
made by the secretary of stale
who fired two career diplomats
for their errors of judgment in
regard to China.
More regarding this error, why
it was made and its consequences
will follow in an early column.
HONOLULU, Seil n (IT) A
four engine Navy iv-isirllatlori
carrying 18 Crewmen Ltclied in
the Pacific loo nuios south of
Guam yesterday i er two of its
The Navy here re; i Sod that
several hours alter the plane
crasnianded in Vn calm seas
i snd two
i i to
life rafts, he&c.
The plane, h.r
attached to I'.rv
ing Squadron 3. i
miles south td (
turning when t:
' It reported t!...i
-ecn feathered. !.
it reported that t
out and It was he.
' A Navy spt
ricd survivors, j
V rescue plane s
' He said the v
and clear in i :
t in, was,
I '-"n on a
. i was re re--
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s later 1
. t..e wa-
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a havy P2-.
i tiie rafts,
v as cai'm
1 aica of
64 Boy's name
- was a
-- in Vermont
1J Diving bird
14 Operatic solo
15 Carry (coll.)
17 Harvest '.
.11 Heavy blows
24 Musical note
28 Food fish
37 Body ef water LT
42 Father or
58 Note In
59 Bird of peace
60 Poker stake
1 Singing voice
2 Memorandum 23 Expunge
4 Inherentpowef 25 step
Answer t i
28 Rivers (Sp.)
29 Type of
31 Let it sUnd
10 Narrow inlets. 34 Compass poirt
II Back of neck 40 Puffs up
41 Slight bow
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TH FAXAMV AMERICAS AN CO) ITEM) EXT TAT1T EWSPAfCT
i Pen D:i::s Gr-c;Lr dlcy Of Keeping Postmaster Post
Secret Dropped By Administration
J.WLSYII.I.E, Wis. "Test Pilots" Raymond Lawton, left
and Raymond Spaulding of the Parker Pen laboratories here
Subjects experimental models of the company's new capillary
action 61 pen to pressure chamber "alaitude of 16,000 feel
In an acid test of the new product's ability tq withstand high
altitudes without leaking: Ink would run freely out of con conventional
ventional conventional pens at this height, but the 61s took the "ride'' In
ptride. .; .-"''i ' .'.
' PA-C) Water run- uphill?
Why yes, it happens every day.
Certain liquids establish an
tdhesiva bond with solids and
will rise in tubes despite gra gra-wtHr
wtHr gra-wtHr Thl rrHpn.vflrietv Dheno-
menon, called capillary attrac attraction,
tion, attraction, has now been applied by
pen maker to provide a com completely
pletely completely new and different foun fountain
tain fountain pen one which fills it itself
self itself automatically and cannot
leat in 'normal use.
', WASHINGTON. Sent. 18 (UP) has been able to punch one more
The administration has dropped hole in the paper curtain of fed fed-its
its fed-its controversial policy of keeping eral secrecy," Moss, said in a
secret the identity of persons eli- statement.
eiblc for postmaster appointments,, une people nave i .rigni io
it was disclosed yesterday. ; know who their local postmaster
Chairman John E. Moss til- canauiaies are, jusi as iney nave
Calif.) of a special House subcom- a basic right to. know all possible
mittee on government information facts about the operation of their
said'he had been advised. of the federal government." r ; v
change by Chairman, fmup
Young of the Civil Service tom-
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mission. : v
The Subcommittee had attack-,
d tht policy -during it investi investigation
gation investigation of alltged tupprewiort of
government information. It con contended
tended contended the public should bo ful fully
ly fully informed on the selection of
Candidates for postmaster must
take a Civil Service examination
but the one making the "highest
score does not necessarily get the ;
job. Appointments are made from
a list oi mose masing me uu
highest scores. ; ',
Under a policy adopted in Sep September
tember September 1953,. the administration
has kept these lists secret. It has
announced postmaster appoint appoint-ments
ments appoint-ments without, identifying the oth other
er other eligible candidates. j i
r "I am glad the subcommittee
i i ,. ' .... ':
New TryTo Settle
Pilots' Strike Oh
. Post Office Department and Ci Civil
vil Civil Service Commission officials
defended j the .secrecy policy be before
fore before the subcommittee last No November.
vember. November. They contended 'that
keening secret names of eligible
n-cnn;, who fall to win the ap appointment
pointment appointment would saVe them from
. ... dement and help recruit
attraction plus vacuum pulling
it up. The ink can
nor fall. .;,. ; ;
However, when "the polntof
the pen la touched to paper,
another' force comes into ac action
tion action the even stronger capil capillary
lary capillary attraction exerted by paper.
- Paper attracts Ink. In this
Instance, it actually pulls ink
from the pen. However, only
that amount of ink being used
In writing comes out, and no
Here's how n YOT: mnrr.rci vmtlne in ttihceU
assists in pruviuniK i iuuuuu iuuuuu-ous
ous iuuuuu-ous flow of ink. In 'continuous
writing, the-' peri frequently
When the toint Is taken away
from the writing paper, ink.
stops flowing and equilibrium
is once, again established.
.. t.', ,. t v r
t As Ink is used during writing,
it level in ,the capillary ceu
fa Is. The unward lov.a oi capu
larttv remains constant .while
t.h decree of Vacuum automa
ticallv reduces to compensate
for the change in Ink weight
ami tv maintain equilibrium.
Thereto-, no matter how much
ink is 1 the 61 pen, it always
remains in a condition pf per-
i Tnsirif! the barret of the
Parker-developed 61 pen is a
patented cell of carefully spaced
foil. Similar in form, but slight slight-lv
lv slight-lv smaller than a cigaret in
s'ize 12" long. .230" in diam-
eierii ue ecu. i.o --sheeting
sheeting --sheeting only .0010" ; thick. In
rolling the sheet,, a series o
parallel walls that act like- cap cap-iiiora
iiiora cap-iiiora tnhps is formed.-- ?.
' The distance between, these
walls determines how high a
liduid, iristhis Instance ink, will
k rtrawn The ereater the dis
tance1 between the walls, the
less will be the capillary attrac attraction
tion attraction drawing up the : liquid.
Walls in the capillary cell of
the 61 pen hve ben made so
that ink will rise to the top.
MIAMI, Sept. 18 (UP) Nation National
al National Mediation Board ChairmSn I.pv-
neither rise! erett Edwards called a too-level
meeting today in an effort to set settle
tle settle th? two-month-old labor dispute
between National Airlines and its
378 pilots. j :. .'.
Edwards arrived in. Miami late
yesterday, saying every, e f f p r t
would' be made to negotiate the
The labor squabble, which be began
gan began in July, involves pilots1, de demands
mands demands for better retirement pro programs,
grams, programs, a pompany-paid health ex examination
amination examination and other fringe: bene benefits.
fits. benefits. -'
: EXPLANATION i
fclNGHAMTON, N. Y. (UP)
The city of Binghamton was
named for William Bingham, an
Rent a sparkling,
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Show your driver's license
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PANAMANIAN PARTY IN KOMB-Shown at a farewell party given In Rome" by Panama'!
Ambassador In Italy for the Governor of Colon. From left to right: Jose Maria Oonaalez,
Governor of the Province of Colon, Mrs. Vallarino. wife of the Ambassador of Panama in
Italy, Mrs. Macllvaine, Arturo Gonzalez C. Ambassador of Panama in Holland, Mrs: Rosario
G. de Arias,, wife of the ex-President of Panama Dr. Harmodio Arias, Mrs. Elva Estenoz de
Gonzalez, wife of the Governor of Colon., Am basador Vallarino and .Mrs. Ana de Gonzalez,
wife of Ambassador Gonzalez. v w :
RECEPTION AT CHILEAN EMBASSY CELEBRATES 1
ANNIVERSARY 01" CHILEAN INDEPENDENCE DAY
, The Chilean Ambassador to Panama and Mrs.' Enrique
Lame arc giving a reception at the Embassy residence this
; evening to celebrate the anniversary of the Independence
Ancon "And Balboa
Bridge Tournament -
Winners of the bridge held Mon
day were first, Mr. and Mrs. &
Bruck: second Mrs. Brady and
Mrsi A. Davis; third, Mr. and Mrs.
E.,Kohn. !; -:5; ,i'V
;r v it,'' ,, n, a. wennan served as
Miss JCathTeenargaret Sterner best man for the bridegroom. Ush Ush-6t
6t Ush-6t Balboa, daughter of Mr. i and ers were Mr. Leonard Seranton
Mrs. Jerome Sterner of Balboa,iand Mr. Gerald Dare
was married to Earl Anthony Dy-i ; f
r of Cocoli, son of Mr. and Mrs. I After their wedding trip, Mr.
tan a. vyer oi margarua, aaiur- u airs, uyer ww maKe iheln nnNN Cermanv Sent 18 (VP)
day morning. ;. I home in Cocoli. The bride was' '5W...?T..tJvi
iney were married by t ather graduated lrom Balboa High!,,, .,.-: .Vriut h vMtrrtv
InA f'lncn F met? I.T-t .
Greek Royal Pair
Arrive; In. Germany
For 3:Day Visit i
faul G. Loeven, C. M., at a Nun- School with the Class of 1956. Her
rial Mass. A reception was held1 husband is employed by the Unit
at the Knights of Columbus Club ed States Navy at Rodman.
Given in marriage by her fath
r. Jhe bride wore a ballerina
wngin gown oi white satin and'
a tnree-dav state visit, rresinem
Theodor Heuss, Chancellor Konrd
Adeoaur and the entire Cabinet
turned out at the railroad station
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
sions of everyday living it
"cajdal use of tnese drufis is me-
Tli?; boy was injured in a ski ac- dirslly unsound and constitutes
i I I I i :j
Lovldy Will Rport
At AfCH Meeting
The Pacific Branch of Lodee No.
14 of the American Federation of!
Government Employes will meet
at Balboa Service Center on
Wednesday evening, Sept. 19, at
Ths $ e cr ?t's
in the i cuc
eidcau puoiic danger. They have not been
i ur tuuie uuui u wis icdicu in. ji use ionu enousn to aeiernune .. .
he might never walk agam. They, their side effects' full range, dura- rZliL .J a
were l ours of pamfuJ anxiety for, tion, medical significance, the JnV J7 1 .?ucul ?.veiB.ay JL
his mother. But she was not per-, prescribing of these drugs for e- uXT uleAtl',,
mitted to live through Ohem to uie! motional illnesses carries with it f0 30 iqs An ,h
survived them. Instead, she was praisal and supervision by physi-lpl L'stive L'stive-pvcu
pvcu L'stive-pvcu one of the new"uanquiliser"icians fully aware of the psychia-! ljlr8e.,JliJLhe
Hnius It HieennTiotB h. Irio ivmntnn. inenlviwl yuire Ul llie AflC,. W110
unwanted, natural entotion. But atj Not content wiln tms statement,!
a price, one leu in irora me siiei iuc a&Mrciauuu gucs vu io waiu t.ve.
effects of the drug at the very time Us of "subtle pressures" whose ln-i
a pay increase for classified em
pioyes topping the hst of objec-
her 'ecoverins boy needed her in
iu!l possession of her utrenfht.
Yet it is estimated that 35 mfl-
lion pi-escripuons lor the ''"tran
quilizer" drugs will be written i:
1956. In 1955, three out of every li
compounds most often prescribed
Dy physicians were these, chemi
Irest it is to encounge our mis-
understanding and misuse
ofN??ranch of Lod.ge
I ASKED the National Associa
tion for Mental Health to express
its view. In a special statement,
its medical consultant, Dr. George
1 S. Stevenson, says to us; "The con
sensus of scientific authorities Is
tnat these drugs are most effective
no. n war meet at MarMrita
Service Center on Friday, Sept. 21.
at 7:30 p.m.
Yoall love i :
V -rbean. ?-fvt it r
THE American Pr.vchiatric As'
sociatvon whose members h a v in combination with psychotherapy
Close experience with, the time bv maRine withdraw and disturbed
doesn't like the situation one bit.! patients accesible to it To a con-
Announcing its concern over th siderable degree, the use. of these
pubhc s use of them "for the rehf
of common anxiety, emotional up
sets, nervousness and routine ten-i
Dorothy J urn ey
Wins Top Honors
From Press Club
Dorothy Jurnev. a fnrmpi- em
ploye in the Panama canstl press
Office, hag won top honors' In
rwnaa ior cenerai excellence of
the Miami Herald Women's sec section
tion section which she now edits.
This was the fourth time that
M Jurney and her staff have
been accorded top honors in this
field. The award was made last
Saturday by the Florida Wom Women's
en's Women's Press Club. Louis B. Seltzer
editor of the Cleveland, -Ohio!
Press,was he Judge of .the 1955
entries front the various Florida
..... .. 'f;i:.y-i
Mr. Jurney was employed In
the press Office at ; Balboa
Heights for about two years in
the early mo's. Her hnsbahd,
Frank, was then employed as an
engineer on construction proj projects
ects projects of the U.S. Army on the
drugs is still in the experimental
stage."-; .- ; :i: ,-:
For psychiatrists whose training
it is to speak with moderation, this
is strong talk. ', 1
I have a comment of my own.
Lin this world, tranquility is not
I n r 11 n Kl a trW tha Mviaa vf ilnntnv'p
presci iption. People who imagine
it is may have to make guinea pigs
of themselves to discover their
folly. ..v.-..-'1 ;
Faces -Divorce On
HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 18 (V?)
Actress Rhonda Flemlnswas ac accused
cused accused in a divorce suitolTfile to
day of causing her husband, Dr
Lewis W. Morrill, "Great and
grievous mental and physical auf-!
MorriB, a Beverly- Hills physi physician,
cian, physician, filed suit for divorce yester yesterday
day yesterday in nearby Santa Monica Supe Superior
rior Superior Court., The suit accused Miss
Fleming of extreme cruelty.
The red-haired actress and Mor-i
rill were married July 12, 1952 at
Kanab, Utah, and separated last
to greet them. A company of troops
from the new West German army
Returns From Europe
thantilly lace. Tiny lace buttons! on Saturday from a vacation, inj. ..... ,-'k
trimmed the fitted lace hnairei Knrnni visilinir fimlU nH Mi liAnnira Knrnn
i from V-neck to waist. A coronvt friends.
t Jmger4ip veil, of illusion. She cals'Brletfios -Leave
i jaed white babv Eardenia witiii Far Vinna
i ladioias v Mr. and Mrs. Julio Brlceo are! LUGANO, Switzerland. Sept. 18
j ,JHiss Margaret, Allen, cousin of sailing todav aboard the BrenrhUUP) Mulli millionaire Baron
e bride, was her maid of hnnrishin winntnee for a imrth R h r n-iHeinrich von Tbyssen married ai
J5"- She was attired in a princess pean port. London model yesterday in a 15
( Style, ballerina-length dress in a I'rom there they wilf motor to minute civil ceremony at the Cas
a ftrirnt en9 i.mAl .7: l v ., n 1 1. Mn:r.nw' r.tt'iia
j yeiiow. ana apricot gfadiolas. i 1 present his credentials as the' Am
t s Her sister. Miss Patricia Stein- bassador of Panama to Austria.
I w her bridesmaid. She wnr Mr Rrinpnn i e farmer fnroi an
t m u-Hcruia-iengm aress oi prin'l Minister of Panama and e chief the 34-year-old naron. He was oi-
eess style.in maize and carried a of polite. His wife, Trixle is anlvorced from Nina Dyer.' another
v-Bosegay of yeUow and apricot gla-l artist, poet and writer. London fashion jnodel, last June,
The bride was Fiona Campbell-
It was the second marriage lor
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an accredited dance instructor with the Panama Ministry
of Education, has just returned from the New York Con-:
vention of Dance Masters of America and is taking re-'
gistration now for the Cotillion Classes (ballroom dancing
classes for teen-agers) which will begin Wednesday, 19
September at Hotel "El Panama." Patrons for these classes
are: Mr, and Mrs. William G. Arey, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. David :
Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Browne, Dr. and Mrs. Jean
Canavaggio, Capt. and Mrs. Richard Sergeant, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Paul Sidebotham, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Ward, and
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7 V 0 L
,yrvnt sat sat-coocse
coocse sat-coocse and
Dennis CKeefe and Pat
. O'Brien la
, Also: -'; HV
- CROCKET WEB
. with Frank Lovejoy
R I 0
JOE. LOUIS STORY
'. ,- Also: x
!. CUO G
with Richard Egan
a n J Other wis e mmmtAM 1
fettle &S"JS ; by ErsfaWJohnsoii J") I I
Mrl. Collins Leaves
Far Guavaauil. fccuidor
Mrs. Aitredo M. Collins of the also arrived by plane last night to
Paitiua area is leaving today wiui attend their srandaughter's wed-
ber children for Guayaquil, cua l ding. ; j
nor, wnere Air. Couius is in bust-,- ., '-k -" .-. v"
nnrivnc Mel Torne Signed
yLlilBui a London By
ness. Jney plan 10
fluif their hume.
Farewell T '. '. .,
Per Mr."Aris : '' -" '. .
Mrs. Cecilia E, Arias save a tea
and card party at her nome Sat Sat-uraay
uraay Sat-uraay aiternooo in Honor of Mrs.
Ana Teresa Vallarino de Arias,
no is leaving ior Europe.
. Quests uiiiuued ulrs. Juneta H.
de Uaundo, Mrs. Anna A. de Val Values,
ues, Values, Mrs. fcvetina A..de Diaz, Mrs.
t'habeta R. de Aleman, Mrs. Ma Mafia
fia Mafia Luisa R..ce Obarno, Mrs. EU-
sa Maria E. ae heurtematte, Mrs.
-Carmen .. de Anas, Mrs. Nena
'i de ParedevMrs. Poiiquita A
t de Conzuiii, Mrs. Adela C de So
w,i ., k i A a Atnma UN
f 9t alia illdliea at., uc ni'fi wis.
J Fanny J. de Duran, Mrs. i'achis
. A; xi Miro Quesada, and M 1 S s
v VVally Arosemena,
Each aoricafor inclusion ia this
column should bo submitttd ia
ryee-written form ane mailed H o
of the aoa number! Into daily ia
"Social anl Cthorwiso," at dolivtt dolivtt-aa
aa dolivtt-aa by hane la tho oltico. Notices of
aiactiaga cno bo accepted by
Soroptimista Meet t -;
Thf SoroDtimists Clun wiu meet
in the Balboa Salon of the Hotel
fci f anama at iM -pm. tomojr-
Miss Phyllis Atwood -Will
CurunAu Woman's Club
The Curundu Women's Club will
fiold a meeting tomorrow morning
at thn Communiiv Building. An in
teresting Ulk on ceramics will be
given by Mrs. Phyllis Atwood. AH
members ana ineir inenas are
vited and it Is hoDed that those In
I tprpstwi will be a sufficient num
ber to form a craft group in the
Clubs Fall Program. ;
LONDON, Sept. 18 (UP) The
Caie ae ru.as xoo. a ruyal hait
and sifcneu up Ameacau singer
Mfct iwnie lor us sacw, was
leporkeu yekuei-uay. xweceiiny
Puncess U.rgarti. aad ae cae
liianauitUi, v. center 'luuie
was amoii Its luvuie acuac-
iions. ne wa&ii't. but the cate
uied no uine- aigmng nun up.
rs given on Sunday afternoon by
Miss Joan McKenzie and Miss San Sandra
dra Sandra Motta at the- Motta's resi residence.
dence. residence. ''V ...
table held an arrange-
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex been on the stage. You know,
I" !?.?h?w?l..,J Delinquent,- Jerry LeW fir ;
r ViV."V7ZuZZZ "starring movie mmus Dean Mar NOT IN THE' SCRIPT: Edith
. 17,;: tin, wiU have ; the year's most, Tarry, about a Hollywood tock.
ui uuuut ai a iw uu fmcu ..,..,1, i t h m p tail Darlvi rp.a.l .:in.
Jong. Title: "By asyseu." oriiws ana secrets.
And whan JarrV warblae', the s i I,
words I bat he'll wrap vp audi. There's
onto. Fred Astalr asang "By My, in the future of 26-year-old Casey
self1 on the s c r a. n In "The Tibbs, the "world's champion
ment of white carnations and Bandwagon" a counie or r..r jusi prouiea oy a nauon-
whtta nrtlM in aiiver ranrfplflhra. a as' lost another sang. Bit al magazine. 4 Paramount
Miss DeBoyrie wiQ be married Jerry' revival af the lyrics on tumed Up. a real Bridey Murphv, mission' CHarge.
on Saturday. Sept. 22 to Mr. Ed- his first sole flight comes under for a screening -of ; "The Search . --
ward Orton of Pennsylvania at'the heading ef emotional pioca- ior eriaey Miirpny.-' &M's I ma plt,M Mutual Aid
)afe De Paris
a movie and TV careef raffia n,,h t the
El Panama Skin Divers' Club
The "El Panama Skirt Divers
Club" will hold their weekly meet meeting
ing meeting from 7:30 p.m. tonight at the
All interested people are invited
The swimming pool wilt oe open,
Bring your bathing suits. No ad-
4 Mental Cases 'I ;
Armed With Knives
scape Hospital ; ;
LAPORTE. In, Sept 18 -4UP)
Four "dangerous" convicts, all
"mental cases" and armed withl
with butcher knives, escaped from
the Norman Beany Me m o r i a 1
Hospital yesterday. ,,
The ennvicts caDtured k milk
truck and locked the driver, two
attendants and nine patients in two
. The truck was found shortly after
noon- abandoned in Michigan City,
lod. A statewide alert was issued,
concentrating in the Michigan City
area. A patrol plane aided in the
Fly bow Poy
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O.W. : .T.
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FASTEST AIR CARGO SERVICE
the. Christ Church by -t he-sea.
Bridge And Bateas
busting and slick showmanship.
Smart lad, this Jrry.
Sept.' 18 the
two "B's" will prevail at the USO-
JWB Armed Forces hervice cen
I tat knth hatrfnnincf af 7 1ft ntn
. ivi t WW" sjj, timjiij av ami, on v.iu i 1
The batea ,lass, under the imbeen sliced out oi me scnpi.
in a rass skirt,
Granger, for, a scene in "The little
Hut" was okay, with the censors.
The' sequence, though, has, now
fcr. JtikPMrs. Young ,
Announce Birth of daughter
' Dr. and Mrs. Rodolpho Yuung ol
Ancon announce tne birth oi a
daughter at Gorgas. Hospital Sun-,
Mrs. V.'R. Robillard
Arrives For S. iter's Wedding
Mrs., y. R. Roblllard, the for for-.rner
.rner for-.rner Jane DeBoyrie,. arrived on
Monday morning by plane from
Miami,' Florida and will be Matron
of Honor for her sister, MisiHel-
ene DeBoyrie who will be married
baturday to Mr. Edward Orton
During her stay on the Isthmus,
Mrs. Robillard will be the house-
euest of her parents, Dr. and, Mrs.
The groom-to-be and his lather,
Mr. M. E. Orton Sr., arrived by
piane on Monday evening from
couble watch": :
MFCHANIC FALLS, Me.-UP)
-.o'peTS in this small commu-
nitv c a voiuntrcr for duty in the
structorship of Mr. Arthur Mok
ray, continues to be held through throughout
out throughout the month of September on
TiiACrlav InctAaH ftf tna n I It I I
Thursday nights. The batea class'
and anyone interested will nave
an excellent opportunity to see
the color-bright display of bateas
from the collection of Mr. and
Mrs..Mokray. The .exhibit ,will
continue Jhroughout the week and
can be seen in the Art Gallery o
pen from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
. Beginning intermediate and ad
vanced' classes in contract bridge
under me. leaaersmp oi mr. nar-i
ry Friedland. Anyone-interested in
learning, bettering;" or perfecting
his game is welcome to attend the
weekly sessions. A i suggested idea
is for a foursome to attend and
have their bridge moves construe-;
uvely criticized or bettered.
Servicemen and their depend
ends and the general public of the
Canal Zone add the Republic ol
Panama are cordially invited to
attend either or both of the class classes.
sin- C'hids wiUiout
i, i-uiii a piay
-1 with swings,
; ix rext,, to the
I so mothers can
j skies and their
That "Adults Only" Ug on "The
Bad Seed" is putting the film In
the bit class. Proof that more of
the same would zoom tueater
orofits. '. ... Marlene Dietrich's
warounK on uie sliccu axaiu ui
"The Monte Carlo Story"
torch ballad with the French title:
of "Rien Ne Va rius. me Enf
lish title will be "Love Is
a Gamble." i -
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Plash from Paris; Gary Coopo'
has learned how to say "Tup" in
French, ., .;. . .,
'Enghsa censors snipped scenes
of Esther Williams in her scant-
ics from "The Unguarded Mo Moment."
ment." Moment." A laiiKh a f t e r all those
bathing suit films.
THE W1TNET: Bob Hope, pre pre-tending
tending pre-tending to adjust his bairlino as
wie-wearers do. .said to tne ma ice-
up man on the set of "Beau
James": "You shouldn't "buy
these things from Bing Crosby,
Tliev don't work." t
This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
V Miles, warbling a song as
V J way stage star in the sa-v--iini
e movie, suddenly 'realized:
"This is the first time I ve ever
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Dorothy, Lsmowr'r still laugh
ing. .A Canadian lady daredevil
asked Uie nigbt club touring lair
to sponsor her. in a wild ride over
Niagara t alls m a barrel clad1
in one oi.potue s old sarongs.
Auxiliary, and the Pacific Ar, y j
Motners will convene tor a special
meeting to be held at the Paraiso
Service Center at 7:30 tonight.
All concerned are urged to it it-tend
tend it-tend and be on time. .-
-The escapees were identified as
William A,- Thompson, 33, Muncie,
In. Gerald Jessup, 17, Indianapo Indianapolis:
lis: Indianapolis: and Charles Neeof, 41, Gary,
Debra ? Paget' home featuring
an entrance hall with murals of
jeweled mermaids, assorted stat
uary and bric-a-brac and a-Chi-l
nese ."worshipping room" is a
Hollywood conversation piece. A
recent visitor was askedito.de
scribe the place.
"It's done," he said, ?'in Early
Hollywood. u t r
1 Wa mar studio memo:. The In
grid Bergman-Mel Ferrer movie
filmed In Paris formerly titlti!
"Elena and Her Man." formerlv
titled "Red Carnation." formerly
titled "Black Satin," formerly
titled "Magic Night," formerly
titled "Strange Night," will be re-
leased as Night Dees Strango
Things." .And so goes. Hollywood.
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The Communists gamed one seat
and the ruling Social Democratic Democratic-Agrarian
Agrarian Democratic-Agrarian coalition, lost eight in
yesterdayV parliamentary election
finnl Returns, shpwed yesterday. i
The losses by the ruling coali coalition
tion coalition were not enough to unset the
political balance. Premier Tago
Erlander. a Socialist, said there
would be no major changes in the
r The Communists won increased
suiport virtually ai oyer the coun country,
try, country, increasing their seats in the
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V1NEW YORK, Sept. 18 (UP) -Thanks to a cou cou-pie
pie cou-pie of gritty "old pros" named Carl Furillo and War War-ren;Spahn,
ren;Spahn, War-ren;Spahn, the National League pennant race was
' narrowed down to a two-team dogfight today to see
. who gets into the v. World Series, against the New
York Yankees ,-- who may clinch the American
League flag tonight.
The Cincinnaltl Redlegs now
are virtually out of the N.L. bat
tle is ft result of their 5-4 loss-i
to the Brooklyn Dodgers last
night on Furillo's ; dramaUc,
. lOth-lnning home r-un.. ?
That leaves It un to the Dodg
m and the Milwaukee Braves,
and. the Dodeers now lead" ty
one .full game two games In
the all-important "lost"' column.
The Braves lost grouna by arop arop-ping
ping arop-ping the opener of a twl-night
bill to the Gianlts,7-2, before
Spahn;, averted complete dlsasr
ter by gaining a 4-1 victory. ;
Here's i: whyf ih; Redlegs
plight seems hopeless; They're
now. four rames behind the
Dodgers and three behind, the
Braves with, only 11 to play.
They have to hope for, a com--'
plete collapse by not one, hut
both', rivals to get back Into
contention. -TyJS v
But the Redlegs went down
with t all guns blazing. Trailing
4-1, they kayoed, pitcher Clem
Labine with two oult .in the
ninth on a two-run homer by
Ed Bailey and then Ray Jablon Jablon-skl
skl Jablon-skl tagged reliever Don Bessent
for a solo homer to tig the score.
And it seemed they would win
the game and drive within two
(rames of the ton when their
first two batters were safe in the
10th. -r' y-;
But Carl Erskine relieved Bes Bessent
sent Bessent and nailed thjree straight
batters, winding up with Bailey,
to reltire the ; side. Furillo, first
man ud in the Dodger, 10th, tag tagged
ged tagged reliever Brooks Lawrence
for his 20th homer to end the
tame. Earlier, ne had doubled
home two runs and teammate
Duke Sniderhad bit his 39th
homer to regain th undisputed
league homer lead. .. ;
The Braves, who lost a half-
game in the standings on the
day, fell victim to old teammate
johnny Antonelll In their open
Onee upon a time in 1948,
the Braves banded Antonelli a
$65,000 bonus to sign, but they
traded him to the Giants in
'1953. Lefty John stopped them
last night with six hits, in in-eluding
eluding in-eluding homers by Bobby
Thomson and Johnny Logan,
to notch bis 17th win. It was
the only g ft m e won by
the '. sevetnh place Giants in
meetings with the Braves at
the Polo Grounds this- year,
and Antonelli couldn't have
done it at a meaner time. To
rub it in, he hit a two-run
That left it un to Spahn to
hold the fort a loss would have
left the Braves three games be
hind Brooklyn in the lost col column.
umn. column. The 35-year-old 1 e f ty
struggled through a nine-hit
performance i.-to stain his 18th
win of this season and 201st of
his career. Light-hitting Jack
Dittmer helped by driving A in
two runs with a pair of singles
and his first homer of the year,
and Bill Bruton and Ed Mat
hews chlpned in homers' to com complete
plete complete the Braves' scoring. Spahn
stranded 13 Giant baserunners.
The Dodgers stay home to
night for the opener of a two-
game series against St. ixmis
while the Braves go to Pitts
The Yankees will be at chlca
go under lights and will send
Whltey Ford after the victory
that would clinch the Yankees'
seventh American League pen-
nanVin the last eight years.
; frfeSTERDATS STAR Carl
Furillo of the Dodgers, whose
10Ui inning home run. gave
Brooklyn a 5-4 win over Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati and i n c r eased its
league lead to one game.
Named On ll.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE :
Teams W L r Fct Gb Gl
Brooklyn 87 56 .608 11
Milwaukee 87 ; 58 .600 1 $
Cincinnati 83 60 .580 ; 4 11
Brooklyn (11) At home (7)
St. Louis, Sept. 18, 19; Fhiladol-
pnia, hept. 25, Zb; rittsburgn,
Sept. 28, 29, 30. Away (4) Fitts Fitts-burgh,
burgh, Fitts-burgh, Sept. 21, 22, 23, 24.
Milwaukee (9) At home (3)
Chicago, Sept. 21, 22, 23. Away
(K Pittshurrh. Snt. IS 19- Pin-
cinnati. Sent. 25: St. Louis, Sept.
28, 29, 30.
Cirttinnati (11) At home (5)
St. Louis. Sent. 21. ii. 23. 24:
Milwaukee, Sept. 25. Awav (6)
Ph ladelphia, Sept. 18, 18, 19, 19;
cnicago, gept. 29, 30.
1 (NEA Telephoto)
INNING PITCHER Milwaukee pitcher Warren Spahn holds
.the winning ball after he won his 200th Major League game
;by defeating the Phillies, 4-3, in Philadelphia. The'two fin fin-igers
igers fin-igers he holds uo on his right hand indicate the Braves had
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MONTREAL. Sept 18 (UP)
The league champion Toronto
Maple Leafs, who grabbed 'the
two most important individual
awards, also placed four players
on the International League All-
Star team announced today.
The Leafs named to the
"dream team" by the league
Baseball Writers Association
were second baseman Mike
Goliat, righthander Lynn Lo Lo-vengnth,
vengnth, Lo-vengnth, catcher Carl Sawat Sawat-,
, Sawat-, ski and outfielder Archie Wil Wil-'
' Wil-' son. s. v
Goliat." formerly of the Phila
delphia Phillies,; was previously
named 'the league's most val
uable player" and Lovenguth,
who was the loop's No. 1 hurler
with a 25-7 record and an 2:57
ERA,)Was chosen the ("most val valuable
uable valuable pitcher." ;',
Strangely however, the only
unanimous choice among the
29 selectors was Montreal's
slim southpaw, knockle-baller,
Freddie K pp, who had a 2.0-7
record. Two other Royals were
named outfielder Bob Wilson
and third baseman Clyde Par Parris.
ris. Parris. Miami held two spots, with
rookie Ed Bouchee'on first and
veteran major leaguer Cal A A-brams
brams A-brams in the, outfield plus Don
Osborn, named earlier as coach
of the year.
Shortstop Ed Kasko of Roches
ter rounded out the squad.
At A Glance
Says Rosen s Pays
With Indians Are
Teams W L Fct Gb Gl
New York 92 52 1 .639 19
Chicago t 80 62 .563 5 11 12
New York (10) At homeV(3)
Boston, Sept. 24, 29, 30.' -Away
(7) Boston, Sept 21, 22, 23; Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, Sent.18; Baltimore, Sept.
24, 5, 26. V-rVr.-.'. :
Chicago (12) At home ; (6
New York, Sept. 18; Kansas Ci City.
ty. City. Sept H, 21, 22. 23, 23. Away
(6) DetroiK, Sept. 24, 25, 26. Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City, Sept. 28, 29, 30.
In The Majors
(Based on 350 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE -
Flayer, Club g ab t h pet
Aaron, MU. 144 570 104 186 J26
Virdon, Pitt. 147 542 73 173 .319
Moon, St. L. 138 498 84 157 .315
S'dienst, N.Y. 121 448 54 140 .314
Clemente, P. 137 499 61 154 .309
' AMERICAN LEAtU'I v
Mantle, N.Y, 140 512 127 179 .350
Williams, B. 128 364 63 128 J52
Kuenn, Det. 135 549 86 1B1 .230
Maxwell, D 130 456 92 149 .327
Nierrian, Bal. 120 405 58 130 ,".321
,, mmK R(JNS
Mantle, Yankees ....4... 49
Snider, Dodgers 39
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 38
Adcock, Braves ......... 37
Mathews, Braves 36
Kluszewski, Redlegs . . 35,
' RtNS BATTED IN
Mantle." Yankees ...... 121
Kaline, Tigers 118
MusiaL Cards ..... r. . 103
Klusztiwski, Redlegs . J02
Simpson, Athletics .... 101
RUNS ( '
Mantle, Yankees 127
Robinson, Redlegs ;..., 118
Snider, Dodgers m 104
Fox, White Sox .101
BITS : i
Aaron, Braves ...y...". 186
Fox, White Sox ....... ., 181
' Kuenn, Tigers ......... 181
Mantle, Yanks 179
Ashburn, Phillies ...... 179
(Based on 16 Decisions)
. W L Pet
Nswcombe, Dodgers ..24 ft .793
FnrH Vanks . . .18 5 .783
Plsrre White Sox ...20 7 .741
'faslii?, porters ...
By Victor Gray
; AMERIC AN LE AG US
It's almost over now in the American League as the Yankees,
by .taking the first game ol Sunday s twin-bill from the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians, heaped the last shovelful o- dirt on the hapless
Tribesmen, eliminating them from whatever opportunity they
might have had to cop the pennant. The Bombers with 10 re regaining
gaining regaining games to play only have to win one, and with that the
1956 pennant will be safely tucked sway among the many
; glories of the New York club.
Returning to last week's activities, we see the Detroit Tig Tigers
ers Tigers struggling in a last minute attempt to finish In the first
division. The Harrismen have w6n 11 of their last 14 games
and now trail the fourth nlsce Red Sox bv three and one-half
games. By winning six of their seven scheduled contests last
week, the Tigers copped the weekly honors.
Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox seriously resents Mic Mickey
key Mickey Mantle's threat for the triple crown. Thumping Ted took
advantage of the slump experienced by the Commerce Comet,
by going on a hit rampage, and as this is being written Mantle
finds himself behind in the race for the batting championship
as the Spitter took command. Williams Is now at .352 while
the Yankee switcher is two points behind with .350. Mantle's
lead in the RBI department is. also a rather slim one as his
margin over Detroit's Al Kallne is only by a scant four runs,
120 to ,117. The only section where the New York star is In
complete control is in the home run department where his 49
is tops in both leagues.
How the teams fared last week:
- v v.w . gw.l;
Detroit ................ .i.it 6 1i-
New York .....7 4 3
Cleveland .......8 4 .4
Boston .....8 4' 4
Baltimore . , ., .7- 3 4
Kansas City ............ ...7 ; 3 4
Washington ..........7 i 6
- ' ., 29 29
.571 ; .6
; .571 : 26
.429 ) 37
H. E. R. II. E.
78 .3 19 5& 9
58 4 28 52
60 5 28 52 8
46 S 25 57 10
74 11 37 61 1
42 5 22 59 4
65 4 2 52 6
50 12 47 77 4
473 49 237 473 49
'; Season's totals:
New York .144
Boston 144 79
Detroit ......143 75
Baltimore ....143 62
Washington ..143 58
Kansas City,.. 142 46
5216 9395 1016 5213
Games of Sunday, Sept 16 included.
N AT I O N A L L E A G V E.
. 1 .. ?
Defying the comments of various critics, the Brooklyn
Dodgers doggedly fought their way to the top of the National
League, as the Milwaukee Braves, after playing 'brilliant ball
until Labor Day, collapsed. Every credit must be given to the
oldsters from Flatbush, as in assuming the league leadership
at mis critical siage, tney took, advantage ol every Dreak, and
their timely hitting paid off bit: dividends.
The stalwart right arms of Don Newcombe, (24-6) and Sal
Mague (ii-) caused many sleepless nights to the Braves and
their admirers, the latter making one of the most brilliant
Comebacks seen in many a year, The 39,-year-old Maglie after
oemg given tne gate oy tne maians in the American League,
proved a tower of, strength to the new leaders of the National
Isthmian fans who plan tc take in" the Series feel quite
relieved at the present turn, of events. A fifteen cent street
car fare can take care of the transportation to all the games,
while if it were otherwise, transportation to Milwaukee from
New York City is anywhere in thtf neighborhood of $35 and
the hotel situation as we learned, had become more acute as
the ladles of the Order of the Eastern Star had engaged most
of them. for their annual convention. Could It be that the
members of the fairer sex have iinxed the Braves chances?
; While the Haneymen find themselves nnable to do any-
mmg rignt, Mia as nas Deen resurrected in Fiatbusn in the per person
son person of Walter Alston, the Brooklyn manager. The Golden Touch
is right there on everything, and "Dem ,Bums" are again the
local idols. However, there ara still a few ball games, left to
be played, and one never knows. There is still time for a mi miracle
racle miracle of some kind to happen.
Last week's play in the Senior Circuit:
, G. W. .L. .L.Brooklyn.
Brooklyn. .L.Brooklyn. 5 4 1
St. Louis ............6 42
Cincinnati 5 ,3 2
Milwaukee ..................6 3 3
Philadelphia 7 3 4
New York,.... 5 2 8
Pittsburgh ....8 2 4
Chicago ............... .....6 2 4
' 23 23
Fct R. -H.
..667 25 58
.600 ;24 55
.500 23 55
.429 35- 73
.400 20 45
.333 23 50
J33 16 42
E. R. H. E.
St. Louis .-.
New York V... 141
! 187 418 27 187 418 27
H. E.' R. H. E.
1156 102 527 1103 109
1171 113 4 823 1136 110
1225 100 '573 1109 120
1281 115 616- 1182 113
1151 122; 612 1202 113
1192 149 579 1185 120
1129 117 628 1167 124
1129 117 628 1167 124
9382 944 4672 9382 944
Games of Sunday Sept.. 16 included
NEW YORK, Sept It (CF
The Cleveland general man manager
ager manager says Al Rosen's day with
the Indians are numbered.
Hank Greenberg says the
third baseman has reached
the point where he can't play,
baseball In Cleveland. Green
berr exnlained "Rosen has
' completely lost his confidence.
nun ns mental aiiituae, m Teams
can't do a loh in Cleveland." ; Rmnblun
.Greenberg was asked if this HMilwaukee
iiicMii. hue ou-jci-uiu xvoacH
is going on the auction block.
He replied "I think Al would
be better off playing with an another
other another team." ..
, Another change is reported
in Detroit. : The Detroit News
says reneral manager Bucky
Harris of the Tigers' may
wtch to Boston as assistant
general manager of the Red
Sox. Sports editor H. G. Sal Sal-singer
singer Sal-singer says Harris has talked
with Red Sox owner Tom
Yawkey and general manager
Joe Cronin and probably will
accept the offer. ;
There have been reports
that Harris is on the way out
as manager of the Tigers.
Manager Harris' wife said
"Bucky has gone fishing and
it depends on how the fish are
bit'nr at to when ke'll kt
St Louis .
New York .,,
FARAISO WINS 195C BASKET
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Paraiso was jubilant 'Friday
evenintr when reoresentatives nf
the local senior High School an annexed
nexed annexed the 1956 basketball title
by virtue of an 86 to 60 verdict
over the Rainbow City school.
The quintet played undefeated
ball as they outclassed their At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side rivals fo rth. coveted
l. i T- s
ciiampiuilSIlip. ,..-.! .
.The winners' nnenerl thit 1rv
with Hilton Warren, Alfonso Pe Pe-terkin,
terkin, Pe-terkin, Gilberto Moreno, Lionel
Blades and Norman Kins five
who possess brillianlt ball hand handling:
ling: handling: ability. This quintet did not
oniy serve the purpose of bev, il il-dering
dering il-dering tfie opposition until they
were run rapped for th shnnt.
ers who entered the fight later.
out smasnea an oerenses to open
a 24 to 8 margin at the end of
the first period. i : 1
Principals In the winners' of
fensive play were Norman King
86 (.394 304
TODAY'S GAMKS :
St Louis at Brooklyn (N)
Milwaukee at F!ttsburgh (N)
i CincinnaU at Phila.- (2, T N)
Chicago at New York (2)
YESTEKIM T'S RESITItV
(Nieht Game la inninm'
Cincinnati eoi nno not ia
Brooklyn 201 000 016 1 13
" Jeff coat, Freeman,' Lawrence
(19-10) and Bailey. v
. : '- ; (' I V '.-'',
Labine. Bessent. Erskln
9) and Campanella. i
(twilirht Garnet 1
Milwaukee 600 Ml 006-.-2 1
New York: 030 102 lOx 1 11 6
Conlev (8-9). rrnn Phllllm.
Murff and CrandalL ,
ter contributed 19. For t.hn Pain.
.- ,r - ,-,- us at tuiiu
bow City outfit, E. Agnole made 195 man
12 rjolnts and T.nrsrwn
followed with 11-
In the campaign among iun-
CAN FILL YOUR NEEDS!
LAKE VIEW, WIN BASKET v.
There was nlentv action in the
Paraiso gym Monday when Ju Ju-ventud.
ventud. Ju-ventud. Conauerors and. T.ake
View won their engagements a-
gauisi jjiamanite, raim square
and Snanish Town. rMtwr.ivpiv
Juventud took the nla.mnnri R
to 40, the Conquerors sank Palm
square 01-37 wnue the Lake
View boys spanked the Span-
UUU3 w &u. y
-Roland Hinds,, with 22 points,
was uie ion man rnr th Tuvpn.
itud squad while Ruthwln sam-
ueis, piaymg Drimanuy, sank
20 points for the' Diamonds.
Leading the Conquerors attack
aealnst the Palm ftmiaro nntnr.rt
was Norman King with 24 points
wiuic Aicxaiioer eeaies spear spearheaded'
headed' spearheaded' Lake View's attack with
10 markers. Wendel Mavnnrri
shot 15 points for the Spaniards.
uauiea acneauiea. IQT Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening in the local gym
are Starlight vs" Marborones.
Conquerors vs. Diamante and
Dor patch vs Spanish Town. The
first game gets, underway at 7
Holy Cross Trouble
WORCESTER. Mass fWi
Seven knees are receiving a pre pre-cedented
cedented pre-cedented ariiount of attention at
Holy Cross. ;. ; ;
The center of attraction is one
belonging to Quarterback Bill
Smithers. When that knee went
out of commission in th earlv
minutes of a game with Syracuse
m miu-season 01 list year, the
Crusaders' lost four of their last
five games after winninfl the first
five. Doctors put an OK on it aft
er a mid-winter operation.
Among the others who have been
nlaeued bv knee inhiriiw an VjM-
back Frank Neslon, Ends Fran
Corsac and Bob Williamson and
Tackle Jack Kern.,
Il.iita.l vWsriw i .4
07 14! i
New York :
JZi 45 v
' TODAI'S GAMZS v '.
New York at Chicago (N)
Boston at Kansas City (N) ;'
Baltimore at Detroit
Wash, t Cleveland (t, T-N)
it i '
r "Open Date. "..
Antonelli 417-13) and Sarni.
(Nirht Game iV
MUwaukee 000 11isnns .- a
New York 100 000 C: 91 9
Spahn (18-10) and CrandalL
McCaU and Westrum.
Only games scheduled, V
VI10V Vlio In Local Do.vlinq
By "SPLITS" I Chuck Almeda .of the Austin 'gang
T.t', Xv n. m,k.et.h "ce in that
..... r.v.. ...v ru,,,,, v. .nc.vtnn, su t plKIL Ausun second
Various leaning now in nnoratinn
on the Canal Zone' First the "cFa's-l
sic League which bowls ; at the
EIID tnil vear with A
heymour in- that order and th
winner win again De the El Pana-
Diablo Bowling Center, this "ma Club.
lea cue has nnlv 1mt ta'm ntor.l Nut
edbut they MSSlSSt S
ww : . ... I BcrvauiWlV II 1171 II ha at Aimk
I v ' U.. w pi.ck the Police to win follow-
Last vears enamn. the V. P. d hv i....;. v
nama club will-have trouble de-,nals, Powells. Wrichi Vmi rac
k"p .uc idet tiiai Dm t.uucy,' iuurus ana me
Bob Bowen. Ted Wilher and EH Hirh iv,ri ;n
Lowande are (Joins real well so fhmi'i vn to 1 V
early 111 the season. If Rn Wod Wod-cock
cock Wod-cock -can get started tiim;:s might
be a little different; AH live hit
Bond the last tram last FriH-v nd
wound up" with a nice 1041, which
10 mis aate is mgn team game for
that league. i
The Austin keelpm. who fial-;h.
son look good. They are asain
110k good. They
and lu-.-.-e t
the man to .i
proved greatly ? ;
leading the pack.
The Diablo Ai, r
a tight race t!i-s s
mour Agency ko
team to beat a
..j Bw.. v. on nun gooa. iney 1 are again, aespue ail e Ioj s 1
X&IW B afeSTKne;?r5nfr lead y Earl Best and Dan,Thom. bie to.do it Ll
JiJfJl W1!. '' "sentiy they are shot a reg-Seymour will re
ter contributed H. Vnr t.hn Pain- i "u .... . ? X 11
uii iiu vuuiu use suou.iw m oecona piaee is
why not Lucky E
Aeewood is back In the. running a well
aner a noor start th first nifht kac? anH ma t
viH'5u iAJ.iit uu- uuu wait-Ti n UdUlk flllU JU KUUU OUmmit XlliiS (
in. V4Vk MAV.A1 l J -1- I 1 1 t : Ll...- a 1 j. ..
auc xiigi auuuui uugcaiers, wiucn lurm, aiacit ijane is iiuung as gooa imra ii tne bovs r
tpd riirnn DataiDA .. Dnotta rt.. i si ha ana Atrt 4 r .11.. 1 1
'and Rainbow City, the schools Gliechman 4s in states leave and night, start to s
nrnlTIk PUPTI In lrlo ovtft hAui' 1 niK Will tlA inierr I Irnnnr Pmi. smmo 1nc.4AAJ .r
competition, each winning1 two "iy Baicer has Bob Toland work-'Harry Colberf is
encounters. All in all tt urns a ing for the Agewood club and man.
pleasant campaign 'for the I""?"."" working out OK.: Bow-r Ef Rancho con X
youngsters- who displayed a e.rs a m r"re Iorn om noi 100 con-;iounn place, is
high sense Of sportsmanship wtant.-TbU fact can .make the tential, but haven i
throughout the tournament. difference. v v led. Ted Schmidt
" --- -'V 1 1 kjs-IIIllllll
The Sevmour aff-nrv tpam nn team th eao
in thft rpllflr .. last, voar ani-i 'ar M fnm iffU i
having their share of trouble this Almeda H. I. l
season. They lost three to the Aus-I RnH Ralooe nri i
ftin five Friday and Austin lost ins most of the
four to El Panama the first week.'Stempei &1 Sons i
If this is any indication then it spot as Bill Cor. y
looks bad for the Insurance menJber do the honori
Chuck McGarvy leads this team but still trying w I
CENTER ON GUARD
NEW HAVEN (NEA) Coach
Jordan Olivar has decided to use
Cant. Mike Owseiehik. All T v v
Ia?ue center last fall, at guard
for y ata.
will Mike Nunes, Curly Bates,
Harry Qobert and Ed Kunkle.
TORONTO, Sept. 18 (TJP) The
Toronto ManU Leafs will 'send
ace .right-hander Lynn Loveii-
guin againsi Kocnesier s jeiiy
Kelton Russell when th best-
of -seven final nlavnff series in
the International League gets
unaer way nere lomgnt. h
The pennant-winning Leafs
gained, entrv tn th final rnnnrl
by knocking off Montreal, four
games to one, in the semifinals.
The Wings, secondDlace finish
ers in me regular season, oeieat-
ed Miami by the same count.
'Lovenguth, a 33-year-old. for former
mer former Phllmtolnhla DhlllU tha
" TT CO W..V
league's top winner with 24 vfiv
wrrcs. no was recently named w
the All-Star team and was voted
the loon's "most tiireiv fn uf.
ceed?.in the majors. Russell had
o-o record auring tne cam campaign.'
paign.' campaign.' ; .. :..,, ,-
, The first three games' of the
Series, will be played In Toronto
and the remainder In Rochester.
The winner will then face the
American Assbciation champion
in the Little World Series.
' GREAT EXPECTATIONS "'
Camden j N. :
y Luz Kilowatts I
Gleichman and I
In the Mixed I
the Tasco team r.
ver the 1955-56 c
Bud Balcer and ')
can alone make t
mour will be le i
"Garvy and Tht. a
Tivoli motors is
third place with
and ui Gunn h' "i
iff figures to be 1
Woodcock and Lu
is next in line v
Phyllis Best h
of two good play
sixth. Georee an 1
lng most of the
Atlas Club in s
Ted Albritton ar i
sure in the lea,).
er The Colonial 1
lead oy Al Mini r
' Women are toio I
so I'll close mv r
winner of the i
Women's Leatrup i
been, let's say t
this order .without
nama Cigarettes I
tc second: No
third; AbernatS:y, i
fifth: Mountain f
Bros;, seventh a" 1 1 1
the Salon Alex t;
I would like to i
and cnnen fnr th:s
suits of other lea t i
ation are not a' i
available for u-e.
, Bill Coffev is s
beat in the in
(.ive Bill a 2 I J
year with the r
where n tne rr
J. (NEA) Bud Balcer w r t
had the name.' honors with 2 "5. (
. t .ui u,.'
reserved for, third with a ii'
three ears with Th Jockey! Alameda about
Club, waiting for "our best pros-lbert at 194, Ed
nA. t ia ; n.k tt,. 1
tv KB 11 HI. .I""0 1U""U l
Ted Wilber. E
189 and Chuck
i .... i.
, IUU1IU UUi U1B
Blacksburg Va. CNEA Onlv naf.
two sports seem to be definitely! The top five
nailed down on the Virginia Teach this; La (."i
football team-Capt. Pon r-ivr, i sh, Pl V
,rzit end. U.s i;T j
ONLY TWO SURE
. i i-
- v 1 be
i fey-i le tiie
i was a-
i t y Earl
' t run
Ted Wil Wil-s
s Wil-s cellar
t y Roily
I owande :
e. sey sey-vk
vk sey-vk Mc-
' ? k for
' x l Coffey
i 1 by Ken
i v ranked
i 1 Jey do-
' ict wits
, ra Riley.
1 ) finvince
i i itk the
i usiness -'
v hat has
i 'iish ia
, e cellar
t ore time
n but re-
v in oper
1 hi-1 J
-y Co l-
' n with
. v !1 hit
'' ) 3 to
tT2 f ANAMV AKT7.ICAX A IXBETTOm CAILT KEWSPATEs
), r r
As College Season
. r l
U it v.
4 1 M 1 w
fey HARRY GRAYSON after Oregon State. Oregon hs ta
;lented backs, but Colorado has its
NEW YORK (NEAJ Remem-; bulbs on the Miami Orange Bowl,
ber wjy back when the college California -is- above--what it has
football powerhouses shadow box- been lately, but not enough to take
ed for spell, opened with breath-' Baylor. Stanford romps against
ers? Washington State.
That passed out -with high pres- Keep in shape. : ;
sure methods. -Now- the,- rah rah Its long season,
boys wade right in like Carmen
Basilio. If you don't believe that,
take a look at Notre Dame ta
Southern Methodist, Southern Cal California
ifornia California at Texas, Georgia Tech in in-vadin?
vadin? in-vadin? Kentucky and Pittsburgh
visiting West Virginia in the pen
in? round, Sept. 22. ' ';
lne cnoices, from where we s.t
PANAMA- WOMEN'S GOLF
:;y ASSOCLATION s
:; t' V j, w .' f i
T.he P.W.GA- tournament held
m a nisianc corner oi ine ring, are oa.jray ai Brazos was Dig
Notre Dame, .Texas in what to ma success thanks to large num num-ny
ny num-ny would be an -upset,' Georgia ber of girls coming out to play.
Tech and .Pittsburgh. j (Another new member, Betty
fcoutnem Methodist should nave Hennon, was welcomed.
LOBOS TAKE LEAD LN BALBOA
. .- MEN'S LEAGUE J
Lead by George Wlnquist the 'Lehman
- 7J rCH'
- i r
that 1 1"'
' racks,. i j
'hi r f i
much n "s
tesU i 1
; Tue y
.when n 1
, 1 tts "r-aU nuccess of Uta Battle of Syracuse
I t r ability of justice, the spiritual rewards ol
. rS of the state treasary. whUe stressing the
i.t a solid smack, to the belly, still left ,tt t
i .i unanswered: ''"' v;;-', .i'T.,'
v at purpose ould k have been semd lfr Julie
t r bJ'.mg boss, had gone through with his original
i to 1 r the fight front New Yoix State on the ground
i 'Uy) Palermo, though distinguished; In the
u 'v unacceptable to toe post racquet club to
Mth mOSt DOXing D0SS6S IS mat luey !Fiu
i. uh nrltnarv r(.
iff'ixiQrais tney iu&c air" v K.
i Is to police the action In the ring.
. U I'ao cares, the Bllnkly character might have
:: with the James boys. Give him a briskly con con-n
n con-n both tigers leveling, and he doesn't care from
U:e managers, or how many, hot stoves, they "ye
t!ore big fights around here due to political
icrs suffering from headline poisoning and
l i t impractical crusaders,, that it lpng -ago
i tts, Jim Farley. wW an excellent commls commls-r
r commls-r t the big town millions In business revenue
to wood the Harlem vote, he tried to force Tex
. g Harry Wills with Dempsey with the heavy-
had its big year last season, and
while there is optimism in Dallas
this engagement, is largely inter
esting because it could give some
indication what the Irish have-be-yend
Paul Hornung, Dick Pi-ender-gast
and some more. 1 ; j
Jon Armtt It .going to run for
Southern California, but despite
the fact that Texas suffered se serious
rious serious losses in personnel we're
stringing along with them in Aus
tin. The Steers have sufficient
manpower and stickouts in Half
back Walt I'ondren and Guard
Garland Kcnnon, s 7.. );
Kentucky, lost seven, ? starters
and Georgia Tech keeps bouncing
back like an election repeater j
Pittsburgh, one of the1 superior
ciuos in me east, once more' fig
ures to repulse West Virginia.
There are other important kic
offs, of course, notably the bes
Syracuse creation in years, headed
by-Halfback Jim .Brown, waltzing
into nighty Maryland with high
knees flying. You have to Stick
wun me Terrapins, but not by
much, with more than a touch touchdown
down touchdown by both sides. 1 ;
Farther south, the Vanderbilt
Cinderalla team should successful successfully
ly successfully hurdle Georgia. North Carolina
State has tome on far enough to
press onn caronna under Jim
Tatum: Duke has so manv taeklm
Bill Murray doesn't know what to
do with them;- and that should be
enougn for south Carolina.
.Florida can't go to a New Year's
Day Bowl game, but is expected
to start ,by knocking Mississippi
State, out of one! Tulane should get
over1 Virginia Tecb, WilliemT and
Mary packs too many guns for
Wake Forest and Virginia, for Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Military.
Texas A. and M. lost three key i
men oecause-ot scnoiastic difficul difficulties,
ties, difficulties, but retains' enough to get off
on the right foot again VillanovS.
A young Bice squad i the pick 0 0-ver
ver 0-ver Alabama. ;
Kansas has improved "but" not
nnuph to handle Jim Swink ami
Jexas Christian. Kansas State is
the choice over Oklahoma A.' and
m. sopnomores.. Things are look
ing up enough for Missouri to look
The scores for the meet were
as follows: , j :'
Qea- Burns, jow-frosfr, 83;
Connie Bishop, first low net, 71;
Lee Knuth,' 72; L. Hopson, 73;
Mary -Bueeoto; Bobby -.Hughes,
75 M. Taylor; 76; .Alice French,
I. .Robinson, B. J.' Nelson,, 77;
Bev. "Dilfer, 78; D. La' Croix, F.
Twomey,. J. stirewalt, 80; v K.
:t6 make th xegular tourna tournament
ment tournament even more interesting .was
the fao; that it was also qualify
ing day tor the Isthmian Ama
teur Championship., Excitement
was. furnished by Connie Bishop
and Cleo Burns, when they tied
for medalist. Another nine holes
was played with Cleo, a Teteran
of many tournaments taking
the honor with a 38. .'
The matches begin this week
and the-deadline for the tee-off
is 10:00 a.m. Sunday, September
23. If you don't contact your op opponent,
ponent, opponent, the person en : the. tee
at that time will automatically
win the match. . ;
The pairings are as follows:
. t i
Championship flight: C Burns
vs K. Call; L. -Knuth vs. A.
French; c; Bishop vs. B. Hughes;
I. Robinson vs. L. Hopson.
"First flight:, M. Taylor r. L.
Johnson; D, La Croix vs. J. Stire Stirewalt,;
walt,; Stirewalt,; B. Fish vs. J.. Morris; E.
Dials vs. Montayne.
Lobos took command In the Ba
boa Men's League last Thursday
evening taking-all four poluu
from the Vespa keglers. Wln Wlnquist
quist Wlnquist hit f or a nice 52a while
Fran Pahl led the losers with
. 155 157
V 162 172
. 141 178
.595 690 571 1835
West Bank Bowling League
C. A. High regained second
place by beacing Ebonite three
AI Turner was high for the los losers
ers losers with 483. The Panthers took
three from the fBads as Pope
hit the high series for the night
with 554. Rpn Amaso was top
man for the LBad team with
489.'' : -v.
Team . . Won Lost
I J H . a
H. R. Koapn ,.
v 183 157
Todfev Ericohto -.25 'J$
WAHOO! $115.0 ;
t,' v Corlne Calve-1 ,,T :
3 r "POWER RIVER"
STOP THIS NONSENSE ;
it; to ci
on the 1
; We 1
refused t 1
of the 1
lilarci i j t
.either of r
, night s
holds no 1
: greement t;
. world v '
old. game, I-.
'fand sro'- l
It into t: :
he may lnv
.'believe t: ;
, business v,.:
' 'n't stand still for the pressure. That's how
-lunney fight happened to be held In Philly.
e OKed the return for here, but Rickard took
? 104,943 paid a record $2,658,660 to sit in
! ; count. .. 7
i, ot punishing and exciting heavyweight cham cham-r
r cham-r it has had up. to now when Bob Chnstenberry
1 -3 Jersey 'Joe "Walcott's manager because of
1 l mciscxetions that had. attracted .the attention
: 0 wound op ia Philly where Walcott an4 Rocky
1 the better part of the night trying to tender
, id void. It was InconAstably the greatest fight
t tr made, and while it ranked far behind the
vf ,hts in fiscal splendor, the hotels, cafes and
1 r imping for two nights and the added busi busi-l
l busi-l to do considered, -i j
r : neut hopes It it not necessary to state' that it
1 fur unsavory figures. There is. also Instant a-
ii nothing could be more desirable than a boxing
f 1 1 y one wears form-fitting wings and smartly
j .Hch Utopia exists., .what Is Ihd alternative?. The
If you are going to try to live with the rowtiy
it as clean, sale, and interesting as you can
m-ions are appointed in the first place. Hel Hel--
- Hel-- ich greater tr'umph by keeping the Bastlio Bastlio-,
, Bastlio-, s t.'ic state and taking every possiole precaution
Man if be had remained adamant and driven
o-welcome arms of another boxing center,
-v exalted h;n stand, or with wiiat virtues
t 1.;.$ action, he has set a precedent, and I mus
1 .'.s now proved to his own satisfaction that
.me and honest, competent officials are tht
;. unst sinister forces. 1
it comes down to this: The Palermos can do no
1 an official who refuses to stoop to that leveL
. TAKE A BOW, CENTS
rf ryracuse presented a delicate situation.' True.
' ( 'ted it bimielf. Nevertheless, he handled it
ently. v ':
acations 'n his statement that Basilio had
( tiicHgo officials that could have been in in-the.
the. in-the. To offset an hint of home town nr
r, the chairman Ignored the upstate eligl eligl-!
! eligl-! tr ought in three men from New York City.
I ta believe these, three.;. Al BerL who Was
. nor too slow in stopping the fight; Harold
1 lorbes, the two judges, constitute the com com-1
1 com-1 task force. The fact that their scoring ards
v.is probably something, more than mere
y sent Saxton into the ring favorite. Would
her way to say Blinky? That's another'
:'d keep m mind.. Nothing can be dumber
: I I
V I 1 ID I I 1111,1
"Drum of Fu .Manchu"
., iChaps, 1-2-3
"BELLE OF OLD MEXICO
Bandit King of Texas"
In other matches of the nleht'vAmr t .... u.
.he Splits led by Harry Klumpp games, out 0 fist, Ebonite drop drop-won
won drop-won three from the H. R. Knapp to 3rd place four games out
entry, Klumpp hit for 522 and! of 1st. Chevrolet split with Isth
mian, and the Improved Baxter
team are tied for 5th place with
Isthmian, by winning four games
from steward Electric.
. After, losing the 1st game to
Ebonite, C. A. High bounced
back to take the last two games
and toial pins, this nut C. A.
-I High right in the thick of it Just
inree games out. Hi serie for
C. A. High was Tom Roach with
540 and Fay Roach 484," HI se series
ries series for Ebonite, Mario LaMaej LaMaej-tra
tra LaMaej-tra 670 and Lois Thomas 439. 1
Isthmian, trying to keep out
of the cellar took : 'two games
from Chevrolet, this didn't help
much,, because Baxter won four
eames and nut Baxter and Tsth-
500 jmian tied for 8th place. Hi se se-520iries
520iries se-520iries for Isthmian John Attizer
499 525 and Barbara Morrow 437, for
... rtnn CtiH.Mnf.. lift
and Mayre Kilgallan 487.
Baxter won four games from
a good Stewart Electric team.
Baxter Is practically out of the
cellar,- next week will tell the
tale. Hi series for Baxter, Chick
Smeraglia 554 and Joam Rogers
496, for steward Electric Ernie
Camplse 555 and Myrtle Sowell
445. -'- 1
.. Next week will be a batUe for
1st and last place, with Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet meeting C. A. High. Baxter
will take on Isthmian and stew steward
ard steward Electria will go against the
famous Lou Glud's Ebonites.-
Team Won Lost
Chevrolet ,,' .. 24 12
C. A. High .. .. 21 15
Ebonite .. .. w ., .. 20 16
Steward Electric .. .. 19', 17
Isthmian ,. 12
Baxter .. .. ., 12
Five-Way Figlit In Border,
Most Uuiider-Rated League :H
'n Y DeWITT WIAVIR L-Hardin-Simmons turned up vi&
t..,,'If""- ": V- '"top-notch passer. Sixth in the
ac 1 X, J: v """w jui mu, yuanerDicx &en
though Texas Teach formally re-Ford again has a ieet target in
aimed (a ntr fh SMi,thn.ct rn. 1 mOmi- r1!...!... .
ference, the Red Raiders face four transfer from Oklahoma, Tadlo 5
nonier teams ai apparently ineir cuaay cockreil should help keep
ereatest ltrcnsth in hnstnrv i dnfpnHtr. rr v.n r
1 It looks like a Ana fifht hu.-un ' 7 5 1
ur iLiuiuMiiiiimiuj, me inui irouuiesome jjoraef
fTexas Western, Arizona and West Conference opponent for Texas
I Texas State. Even the New Mpyim Teach h k.n T.... nr..t. i
Aggies have advanced to the point Coach Mike Brumbetow has much
where I'd be willing to wager that the same ingredients as, in the1"
they'll knock at least one squad past. Don Maynard, the Miners''
out of title contention. ; ; fastest man, h jrU you catching,
Any coach who pulls his boys p,sses'
through a field of this sort in the Arf i',,':; c
nation's most underrated league mtyX e',!?
will be deserving of your vote I ("jgj 3$2r'& twArfZ."
the race foflows a frequent trend HmS t1!" VimKr,,,1
the returns won't be in until Dec 1.1 8,e? J' PK .2tt.5! !"
But for an extra point in the futrt b tfV JfiL' ivn
nn' final. tt;ith Arirnn. irtrn. l"le. De.sl 0.utlll ,nM .1950.
.State would have come up with a SXlJ-A '-titl
titl '-titl in Coach Dan Devine'i firs n(Ue-threader. Nw Mexico .A,'
v.. n.... Pr.iTkiii th. i,,it'. na ooesm ciaim to be a con-
if" fea its Halfback Joe Kelly
direr th Sun DeviU multinre nf. ,8nea WCOnd Only to Luppino
flirm me bun utvm multiple 01-tmon wh(,r. ....i..-. i-Vo
668 684 453 1983
Luttenberger 179 : 179
611 617 607 1835
; 160 150
. 117 171
.139 -. 158,
585 615- 650 1850
. 148 154
685 660 707 2052
, 101; 132
T. Dwyer .i
M. Dwyer .
813 796 778 2387
J.-Davis 183 183 184 550
J. Rogers . 183 143 170 496
B. Smeagiia 135 128 148 411
F. Smeagiia 161 207 188 554
C. Rogers v. 193 183 158 534
855 844 .846 2545
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' STEW 1tn FI.FrTnir :
M. Sowell : 15$ 138 149". 442
Biandtord 198 146 164 .50(1
LIU Brown .; 153 113 121 387
Dick Brown 174 191 171 536
E. Camplse 174 194 187 555
852 782 792 2426
R. Altizer 133 136
Texas Teacn's games with Border Border-Conference
Conference Border-Conference members will coont"
for or against those teams In the,
standings. While the Red Raid-.; -ers
have Quarterback Din Wil Williams.
liams. Williams. v Tackle Bob Kilculien and ,v
Guard Hal Broadfoot, we have our
least experienced aggregation in
five autumns. , ., 1.
NBYTi Mill M..V U...I.I.
natyxn'the MiitOurl ValUy Con-
C. A. HIGH
T. Roach , 154 178
F.. Roach v 167.
J.-' Altizer -j
766 797 871 2434
691 571 608 1770
738 880 872 2470
A. Strumpfer 139 155 143 l437
M. Kilpallan 14 m M' 4S7
H. Fowier -. 197 143 145 4ii8
D. Strumpfer 202 178 165 54)
T. Kilgallan 193 149 189 631
'. ,1 895 795 ,796 2486
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Charlft Chirp lays
Hea:;h-builJ!n3 EISCUIT it the big plus .'
In Frtnch's Vila-Rich Diof
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" Only French's gives your pet this combination of.
Bird Seed and Biscuit an amazing new complett
u diet that promotes all 'round, good health. .'
' And how a healthy bird loves to sing! Feed
your canary French'sand listenl
" Bettor hoolthFrench's Vita-Rich Diet of Bird Seed
and Biscuit supplies all the protein, vitamins and
minerals your bird needs to
Bettor feathering Glossy
feathers, healthy color
French's healthful food keeps
your pet looking as good u
i he feela.
Better growth French's
Vita-Rich Diet is a body
builder ; keeps bones
and muscles strong.
Remember, French's Bird
Iseed is pure, air-washed,
and comes teaki in
FRECI Beautiful 72-poge color
booklet, "Your Canary," Writ to
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Now York, U. S. A.
n M lll.IJ 1. ...
' rtono vr !IU' 1 J 5 '-r.-st seising
fS oKGi.BG bird SEED
ALSO AVA1LAFI.E AT VOIR LOCAL COMMISSARIES-"
: Kt a pleasure for us to present to our customers in tfie
, , Canal Zone, our many specialities.
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FamiUar-Bread y- ' 4
Rye-Bread . ....
. Whole Wheat-Bread
. r Onnamon Rolls
' Toast Bread
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT I I DIFFE";;T LOCALITIES I!! THE CITY
x (ALL KINDS)
Phone Panama 2-0552
Write, Box L. Balboa. CX
Hours to 12. 1:30 to 8
Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon.
Alter hours. Pan 3-1050
Automobile. Fire. etc.
CANAL ZONI POLYCLINIC
OR. C I. FABREGA. O.D.J..
TlmH (Uh at JuriAve HAM
(eawesire AnrtiM School Playerenne)
.,'..:.. TeL S-Mll Panama
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Mover.
Phonei 2 2451 2- 2562
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridina b Jumping Classes dairy
3 to 5 a.m. Phona 2-2451
or by appointment.
HI-FI RECORDS M
classic, popular and Jais
37 Street No. 6 A-Tel. 31596
Open until 7:00 p.m. r
CANAL ZONE TEEN-AGER
Back ttf school with a smart
A pin curl wave voii can i
4 Whale Of A Story
" NEW YORK, Sept. 18 (UP) -Marie
Fish, 28, and James Bass1,
31 yesterday were promised a
. w.iare ui iiuncyinuuu ; auer
tneir marnage in Angier.. N. uupintip attitnru anri nfnn i th.
next month. The Raleisrh.N C.
Tri i"r?L i,l',V,ewi assured them their "future will
Yjrk ? T.e F,snerman;s M,a8a-.be bright if they do so."
juic ua vun ui me oaiuiuni
ideas' and materials; materials;-.
. materials;-. beauty, comfort and
in the construction
"and maintenance of '-
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Bancs ridudarlo ...... 411
Cemento PanaVnA ....... 1J
' Cerveceris Naelonal SJ
Chlricana' de Lecbe .... 11
cuy ...... a
Coca Cols ....
. Cuentas Cranerclales ;
. Pret. with Com. .....
, rirmndera urtmefta
. : Prat, with Com Com-,
, Com-, Flnanzaa. S A
Pret. with Com.
Kria y Lui Pref. '..'. 71j .
i uerza v Lui Com ... SO
Hotels Interamerlcano 114
General di Seiruroa S5
PanameAa de Acellea H
. PanamcAa de fibres ., II
Panamefta de Sepiro 2S : It
PanameAa de Tabsco .. 1 II i
reatro BtMavtrta ... 150 i
Tea uo Central 660
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- LIBRERIA PRECIADO
' I Street No. 13
Agendas Internal, de Publication
.,' Mo. 1 Lottery PUia '.
Central Ave 41
FCR SALE: -Chest ef drawer,
dressing table with Urge mirror,
table modal General Electric ra radio,
dio, radio, RCA console model 24-in.
television. Phone Cnrandv 7124.
. FOR SALE: Mahogany living
raom furniture, plastic covered
innerspring cushions, 7 pieces.
CaM Panama 3-4955 after 4.
FOR SALE: Dining room furT"
(Mure, large electric train set.
'sewing machine, miscellaneous.
. Phone Cristobal 1095.
FOR SALE: 8.5 cm. ft. Frigid Frigid-air
air Frigid-air $50. 0776, Apt. I, William Williamson
son Williamson PL x
Boats & Motors
J?" ,S,A: Vi-h, '25-cychv
1 1 0-220 volt W..... .uu.
motor, $30. Phone Gamboa 6-203.'
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 15-fr.
seml-V bottom 38" plywood
hull,, built- for rough water and
capable of high speed. Needs re repainting.
painting. repainting. Sell reasonable or trade
for similar lighter hull 12 to 14
ft. 366-B, France Field. Phona
FOR SALE: House at Santa
Clara, .furnished. Retiring. Will
,' sacrifice: Phone 6-441,
By Communist China
To Give Up Formosa
TOKYO Sent -"If fTTPi rm
rnunist China .offererf a "hrioht f,i.
ture"' to the Chinese Nationalists
yesterday if they would surrender
rormosa m in e kmc:
uiu ien, vice-chairman of the
mately would "liberateV, Formosa
anyway so the-Natioraiist might
as well give- up peacefully now.-
vThe veteran revolutionary unnkp
to somef 1,000 delegates to the
t Chinese; Communist party's Na
tional Congress meeting in Peip Peip-ing
ing Peip-ing Radio Peiping and the N e w
China News Agency broadcast a
summary form of his remarks.
"M mi 1 j .a
ynu xen appeaiea to me nation-
ailst t0 "couraeeouslv take a na
embrace of the motherland." He
But he warned that Formosa's
I HUUOUUII UJ UC UlJJlllUlliaUS
was certain whatever the means
- Chu Teh told the delegates that
Ked uiina now has "all the favor favorable
able favorable conditions essential" f o r
buildinff itsplf into a crnat Snpial-
Premier Chou En lai was re reported
ported reported by Peipins radio as telling
the Congress today that Commu
nist China is behind in the, devel development
opment development of Atomic Energy for
peaceful purposes. :
. Na rpnnrtprt fn havp "M
! that Atomic Energy must be one
of the most important tolls for
I carrying out the second five-year
COLON. The mpmhpt-s nf t.1i
Salvation Army Colon. Central
Home League will celebrate the
27th anniversary tomorrow with
a musical program at 7:30 p.m.
Guest snPflkw far thr anniver
sary program will be the Younsr.
People's officer, Capt L. Rhodes.
ar. uhiivKvirvu uviu Tul A U O
churches will take part on the
uiwram, ana me cnairman win
uc iaj. u. raw, sectional oin oin-cer
cer oin-cer (acting).
There will be an exhibition of
cakes, handcraft and plants bv
the members. Prfap will ho nf.
fered for the best presentation.
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
Cnnal Zone s
Unlld Stales District Court for the
District of the Canal- Zone
. Balboa division ..'
L. K Cnfr T.IKlant M .V
yas and Comcwfiia Comerciai Navlera.
S.A.. HMlmnHmt. In litminlhi
Whrrms. nn ih nth rfD r r.t-n.
hw, 1956. L. K. Cofer filed a Libel In
Rm and In u ,u ,..,
- ... .....aiii ii, hi. Umim
StntM nltplr.t Pu. .v.. r I T
Blb Division, agaln.t the M. V. Gna-
yjw ana ui Compaflfa Comerciai N-
iti, m a cause, uivii and Marl Marl-limr;
limr; Marl-limr; ,........
And. whm.. k .i.t... .
n. due form of law. to me directed, re-
i.ir.mmr on me 3rd day of October.
i5, I have wired and taken the Said
M. v. Guayas and have her in my cu cu-torlnV:.
torlnV:. cu-torlnV:. - .. ...
Notice Is herrby Klven that District
Court will be hfld In the United State"
"imrici ;oun Koom. In the town of
nnrnn. Canal 7f,n. ni ,u
rd dty ot October! 195S. for the trlnl
of said nrml ii.
owners, and all persons who may hnv
or claim anv interest, are herebv cit"
. ""P"' " time and p'c
. ii.. to ipnw eauae. If anv they
iWe. wh a final decree should no'
!" ea nraved.
, Jeeiih I Klnrald .,
de Cantro, Proctor for Libelant.
. LOURDES PHARMACY -.
; 181 La Cairasqullla
; No. tt H" Street
ilk "of July Am. a f St
ATTENTION G. L! Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold a t e
Phona Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT; Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartment s.
Alhambra Apartments, 1 0th St.
No 8061. Phona 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
(first floor) t 2 bedrooms, back,
yard and. front yard,, inspected
and furnished. $80. The best
you can find for this price. Ave.
Josa de Fabrega 16, Pasadena.
FOR RENTS 2-edroem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room with kitchen,
hot water. 2nd St., Paitilla Ave.,
No. 204 (back of Parades Hnos.
warehousel. Phone 2-2606.
FOR RENT: Two and ene-roonr'
apartments furnished. G.l.'a wel welcome.'
come.' welcome.' Parque Lefevre on the
main. Phone 3-4818 mornings..
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
unfurnished or completely fur furnished
nished furnished with linen and dishes at
El Cangrejo. Twa bedrooms, two
bathrooms,.dining living room.
maid's room with bath, all screen screened,
ed, screened, garage and hot water. Phone,
during business hours, 2-0321
after business hours, 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom apartment in pleasant
surroundings. Twa baths, living
room, garage, maid's room, hot
Water installation $90. Bella Vis Vista,
ta, Vista, 44th Street No. 32, Apt. 4.
Phone 3-0815. : t
Succothy Harvest: Holiday
Begins For Jews Tomorrow
nacies, win begin at sundown to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow and will con tinue
through Friday. Religious serv-
Ifps nrill hn tioM at. t,h rhanpl
of thn ITSn-.TWR. Armed irnrnes
Service center m Balboa.'.
Tn TPKMva tuhlch has torn.
fold significance, commemorates
the sunniiprlnir nf the rhllrlrpn
of Israel in the wilderness after
their deliverance from Egyptian
Donaage wnen tney were com compelled
pelled compelled to dwell in huts or booths.
There is also a thanksgiving to
the Almighty for the gathering
Of thn harvest, nr. was from this
Biblical harvest, Succoth, that
tne American Pilgrim Fathers
In thp seventeenth renhirv drew
Inspiration for our American
or nie people or xne jewisn
faith. Rnppnth rnnrifa tha Mosnn
of complete thanksgiving, a sea season
son season which reflects men's confi confidence
dence confidence t.hnt f?nri Will nrnvlrln
food,' shelter and all the needs
, A tropical succoth or booth,
decoraitpri urlth nnlm frnnrl. onrl
native fruits and vegetables will
be constructed In the patio of
the .,USO-JWB Armed Forces
Rervire center This, mill he the
thesetting fop the consecration
of the bread ftnri wine the Trid-
dush. durinsfthe holiday. Rabbi
Nathan Witkln," director of the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service;
Center, and Auxiliary chaplain!
TJSARCAR.Tn nnrl rArihhenn air
Command, will conduct religious
services for the Succoth holiday
In the chanel of the TTsn.Twn
s The schedule .for the holiday
services will be as follows:
Tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at 9:00 a.m.t and
Gl Who Confessed
Killing Jao Girl,
Arrested By Army
TOKYO, Sept. 18 (UP) The
U.S Army announced yesterday It
had. ftfilvpH ft SPrit O nf fimata fan
eluding two murders, with the ar-
... .1 .... i. ....
i cm i suiuier wpo aeseriea last
An Armv: Isnnlrpcman t.lil H.,f
Orvis L. Boone, 24, of Galvestonj
ie., a iNegro, eonressea : Strang
line his Jananese elrl fripnrl Sent
4 and fatally beating another sol-i
uier, aro t,awara i.-Maunakea,
of Honolulu, July 31. 1
The girl was identified as Kiku Kiku-ko
ko Kiku-ko Muraki, 26. Both crimes took
place n Sendai, a city on northern
Honshy, Japan's n.ain island.
"Under questioning by Japanese
and military police investigators
Rnnne hae. aHmlterl nartinintiAn
in the alleged homicide and other!
acts of violence," an Army spokes-
...ni, .am, Alia i ivov uiyullL IU -1 V '
imensV series of UD,0!vedjUnr!er Nubtial'Bed
Japanese.' newspapers a IdlT a
Boone e-crped from ani Army "IPOS V.nTOOlQint
stockade In April and used his Ja- '
nanpa oirl frienrl tn entire If c ClWlAPnBl? Qsnt 10 'TTm
f .... B. ..- . v. v u 1
soldiers into dark places where he
couia attack ana roo tnem
An Armv cnnkAcman nir? fiAAnn
probably would be tried by. a Ja-
panese court lur me uiuroer oi uie iiiem Mm iow said she had
girl and by a U.S. Army tourt 'eft her husband but would go'
for the irurder of the soldier., back to him if her mother-in-law
He faces the death penalty in both! could be forced to sleep in a sep sep-cases
cases sep-cases t convicted. ; t arate room
j v :' l'.
OF VQUR AGENTS
. Are. Tiy.il St. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
14 Central Ave. ;
. FARMACIA LUX
1M Ceatral Avenae J
' Cotillions the newest foxtrot,
Rock a' Roll, Bop, Lindy, Cha-cha-cha,
Merengue and Walts
- for twa groups, beginning Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, 19 Sept., at El Panama
Hotel, please call Llona Sears,
3-1661 for further information
BY POPULAR DEMAND
Miss HARNETT will hold
Ballroom dance classes al
CRISTOBAL YMCA start start-ins;
ins; start-ins; Sept. 27th Thursdaj
and every Thursday there there-after,
after, there-after, for ADULTS, COU COUPLES,!
PLES,! COUPLES,! PRE-TEENS-TEEN-AGERS
LESSONS BY APPOINT APPOINTMENT
MENT APPOINTMENT ONLY. REGISTRA REGISTRATION
TION REGISTRATION for all will be held
Sept. 20th Thursday from
3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal YMCA. All types of
dances both American and
Latin will be taught. For
further Information 'call
HARNETT & DO
jBOISEjlda. UP) The
fire department was called out
recently bV a frantic tnntnrict
Who reDOrterl sppino hlaclr smnlr
rising from behind a garage, in
a city residential area. The fire firemen
men firemen arrivprl iu.ct in timp In iu a I
tamily polishing off the last of
a charcoal broiled dinner.
Friday at 9:00 a.m. and 7:30
Services for the 'concluding
days of the Festival will be
Wednesday,- Sept. 26, t 7:30
Thursday. Sept.. 27, at 9:00
a.m. and 7:30 n.m.
Friday, sept. 28. at 9:00 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. -Yizkor
will be recited during the
Thursday morning service, Sept.
. Snecial memnranrla have heen
issued, by Headquanterg United
States Army Caribbean, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air. Command. and the
Fifteenth Naval District, regard
ing vne observance of Succoth,
ml. nte..A .-1. t
Wy Elided I
Prc;rem (cuncil ;
To Pl:n T Dances
A renresentatlve proiin of nine
servicemen and three junior
hostesses will comnose the new
ly chartered program Council of
the Crlstohal VMnA-TIRfi The
Program Council will plan and
conduct dances, patio parties
and various other social and
cultural activities ait the Cristo
Proer&m rniinr.ll offieere were
elected nt the lust xlppIcIv meet.-
ing. Bernle Garzlo was chosen to
serve as cnairman, Kicnara o.
Young as vice-chairman and Eu
nice nassan as secretary. :
Annointed anh romm 1 1 1 e c
chairmen are Al Hill, Program;
Richrrd Young, Publicity; Lin Linda
da Linda Wong, Decoration and Mary
Firiolly Gets Girl
To Hosoital Aid
PORT HURON .Mich. Spnt 18
(UP) It took three ambulance
In npt Sandra Finrh 1T-in a Port
Huron hospital, yesterday after she
was uuua. uy car wuue waning
fjr a school bus. ,v
Tbe first .amhiilanr-e rennrtprl it
could not answer the call because
its brakes had failed. The second
ambulance got half Wav to the ac accident
cident accident scene but caught fire be because
cause because of a short circuit in its wir
But the third amhnlanre marie
the whole trip and Miss Finch
listed as Jair" at Port Huron
i i a a
MOtfier' ln LOW
u . ii..i wvii, 111 j i ) k
A young Chinese wife complained
in court yesterday that her moth-1
atr..vt.lfa. aaltiroire tln .i.ju
bed she shared with her busband.j
OR OUR OFFICES
FOSTER S COTTAGES and lare
beach house. Ona mile past Ca Ca-sine,
sine, Ca-sine, Phoee Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceemide Cattagaa,
Saeta Clara. Baa 435, Balboa.
. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
SOX 2031. ANCCN. CX
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL tz.
Magie Wheel, like new in solid
mahogany, cabinet $295. Why
I Hint; M Because I bought
a Neechi Supernova." Pbaaa
Mrs. Chase. Balboa 1751, A
FOR RENT.- Stalls in site suit suitable
able suitable far repair ar paint shop, etc.
FOR SALE. BARGAIN. Almost
new State Centabla sewing ma machine
chine machine in aacellent condition,
$100; also used kerosene refri-
gerator, 7 t cubic ft. capacity.
Econogas. S.A. (Branch K Tivoli
Ave. Phone 2-2628.
'0R SALE: Ham transmitter.
2560-cyele, PP8I3 up to 600
watts, modulated RF on all bands,,
6-ft bud metal cabinet,
Meisner ax-signal shifter. 2660
cycle. Bargain, Phone Albrook
DOES YOUR VACUUM CLEAN CLEAN-IR
IR CLEAN-IR neecj fixine. Bring ta Alma Alma-cen
cen Alma-cen Eleetrica Lloyd Phone 2 2-2202.
Tomorro. 7 Afternoon
Daniel McDougall, a resident" of
Rio Abajo died Sunday night last
at his home. He was 72 years old.
: Mr. MrDmitrall rr,j ,.u.
- (" Bi5u uit me
Isthnius from his homeland in Tri Trinidad
nidad Trinidad In (lie vtar tain ,i i.
. ...... pi-it win
,ed for site .i m ( r,nai -rv .,
mission and t'vs :t emclov.-.n i,
the Hotel. Tivoli at the time of his
Funeral services will be held at
tdurjh followed by interment at
Jardin de Pax.
Survivors are his. widow. Roe;
1 Son. Kvrnn Tl f...k. n.'
raiso, and three grandchildren.
Bullets and blackmail And bare-fisted encounters In
the shadows mark the spy-hunt thriller starring Robert
J?itcthumi.! "FOREIGN INTRIGUE," coming tomorrow to the
Central Theatre. It was written, produced and directed by
Sheldon Reynolds for United Artists release.
rnn a a
.-TWUU.UU (Accumulated) .'$1&Q.C0 (Accumulated) 3. $80.C 3
. ; ;,; ." Total ... J760.C0
end a Fr:::rd "Vi:::cciA uccBA martin, f
AT 57 H STREET, PANAMA-
- J. Ft, ae t Ossa Ave. u
Juste Aroemena: Ave. and 33 8L
; M Street No. S3
MUSA SELL! 1955 Pontiac
Convertible. Perfect condition,
duty paid. Will accept highest
after. Call -I7I2.
. FOR SALE: 1953 Cadillac 4 4-eeor.
eeor. 4-eeor. Series 62. Radio, hydrama hydrama-tic:
tic: hydrama-tic: Phona Curundu 7124.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiac De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe 4-doer Sedan with heater
and hydramatic drive, $350.
House C858-B, Balboa, Pbona
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 2-door
Sedan, good paint, plastic covers,
tires, a good second car for $350.
' Smoot b Hunnicutt, S.A., Colon.
FOR SALE: 1951 Jord V-8
Convertible, a real clean car for
the 'very low price of $595.
Smoot b Hunnicutt, S.A., Colon.
FOR SALE. 1953 Plymouth 4 4-door
door 4-door Sedan, good paint, tires and
plastic seat coven. Drive it away
far $995. Smoot 0 Hunnicutt,
FOR SALE: 1951 Nash 4-door
Sedan, good paint, radio, bed
and tires. A bargain for $325
full price. Smoot fr Hunnicutt.
.FOR S ALL 1951 Chevrolet 4.
..clear Sedan, new paint, plastic
seat cavers, good tires. A real
. bargain for only $650 full price.
Smoot b Hunnicutt,' S.A.
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac Con.
vertible Coupe, new top new
paint, hyd., radio. This car is in
new car condition. A steal for
$1225. Smoot fr; Hunnicutt,
. S.A.,. Colon, -'.. ,
FOR SALE. Ta highest bidder,
one 1947 Buick Sedan in used
condition. This automobile can
be seen any day at tha Obra Pu-
; blices corral between 7:30 a.m.
'. I a m. This automobile will
he said to tha highest bidder an
.September 28, 195"6. Full infor information
mation information can ba obtained at tha
Bureau of Public Roads, Yia fs fs-pene
pene fs-pene No. 16.' Panansa City.
FCR SALEExcellent 1949 Ca-d.iU-e,
well eared for, many good
features, $500. Army 84-2249'
Wanted To Rent
WANTED! r 2-bedroom house
'. ar apartment, preferable in Be-
i tenia. Will take good care -of
property. Phona S-5092.,-
' 1 -.
(a rv)u 1
. FARMACIA EL BATURRO-
"rque Lelevre I Street
Via Poms 111
; NOVEDADES ATHIS
Via Espana Ave.
FOR RENU- Bentfifully ,ur.
shed larg. room. Bella Vista,
Wanted to Buy
WANTED; Standing f,B in
good operating condition. Apply
ta Casa Central, 9126 Bolivar
Avenue. Phona 414. Colon.
WANTED TO BUY: Phono Phono-Sraph,
Sraph, Phono-Sraph, 3 -speed, 25-cycle. Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa 2-1563.
- fc dalv. nine
,-3" Calv. pipe"'
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By CS'VALD JACOBY
Writttn for MA Service
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id of three r-lcs on t moth
eaten five-o 1 s ilt. South should
raise to '. i no-trump, jind
North would ) i n::ie tricks with without
out without a s',n
When S ii u t h n'entioned the
apades, .; ::l v heppy to raise.
it .souih meant to try lor a slam,
North wouEil cd alcra with him:
and if South h I a spade suit
ana mrr. y w i the safest
game contiart, t. ,t wai all right
West p: f rine of hearts,
and din. v i v :.h the ace.
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jack of i' lrad a trump.
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dummy's, j.tt St uuh the king.
East could f-e that, his side
could get no t.:i'.';s in diamonds
or clubs, t.nra four tricks in
hearts and sj-..iJi-s were needed,
The Navy said the contract with
iNor'h American covers research
development ana delivery on an
unspecified number of test moaels
of the new bomber. The devefoo
mental work will be carried on at
North American's Columbus, Ohio
The A3-J will be powered by two
let engines and will carry a two
man crew. It can operate either
irom carriers or land bases.
This country has several super supersonic
sonic supersonic jet fighter types. But its on only
ly only supersonic bomber so far is the
Air Force's 1000 mph B-58 which
recently rolled off the production
line at Fort Worth, Tex.
The Navy s carefully worded
announcement gave a minimum of
information about the new bomb
er. It gave no details as to size
or range, saying only that 1 1 s
speed will be in the "high super
The A3J Is planned as a succes
sor to the AJ Savage, a 400 mph
carrier-based bomber. The. Savage
is powered by three engines, two
of the conventional piston type and
one jet. The new plane, like its
predecessor, will carry A bombs
although the Navy did not say so
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t.en led the queen of hearts.
South ruffed the third heart In
his own hand and led another
trump towards dummy, but he
could not save the day. West
stepped up with the ace of sapdes
and led a lourtn round of hearts
East's ten of spades could not be
shut out, and me game contract
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1:00 Armed Forces Hour i
4:00 Garry Monrt
4:15 Godfrey Tim
4 30 Arthur Murray Parly
t 00 House Party
5 30 Roy Sogers :
. S 00 News and Panorama
7:00 Screen Director'! Play
7:50 Thia Is Your Llf
t 00 Crusader
:30 Big Picture
11:05 Encore: Milton Berle.
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DAVID GOES FOR A RIQE-rSitting In a Jeep, President Eisenhower smiles as his grandson,
David, 8, riding Sporty Miss, adjusts his cap a t the President's Gettysburg, Pa.; farm. :
IKE URGES TRUTH AS G.O.P. CAMPAIGN WEAPON
WASHINGTON Seot. 18 (UP) breakfast which also marked the thankful that their sons are not "As long as we have a positive
President Elsenhower today urged! departure of five other Republican lighting. v plan ol our own, let them do the
TJonnhnran traders tO RO lO uie campaign mains. I hm "u 'c jciuug, uc iaiu
people with the "truth during the
iar.8 cimDaien ana lei we vemv
crata do the yelling." ...
if ITicAnhnurer R R A I I It
i,r..kfart at national airport at! will tour the country.
a kickoff for the campaign tour ofj
Vice President Kicnara nu
ikni.1 mo Remiblican leaders
were present for the ham-and eggs
Can't Cash Prize
Mr. Elsenhower spoke after GOP situation is good although there,
national chairman Leonard W. may be trouble spots. As for the If Ji
HallAad Introduced memgers of a fathers, he said, they have b?en PnlH VitYttUKi
Raniiklinan 'truthcnnsl whiph I taltpn mil nf a Kvstpm which fflp(l!"ww" w
VpUV.aVMIl WH.WUHU) a " 1
to worK ana nave Deen given nope
of getting their fair share of the
national income. v I
Mr. Eisenhower concluded that
the GOP needs only to go before
the American public and tell the
"I see no reason for going to the
public with anything but the truth,
Mr. Eisenhower said.
He said the GOP does not need
to claim perfection for the admin
"The record itself
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 18(-UP-
Somewhere in Mexico a burglar
holds 1120,000 in a lottery ticket
that he never can collect.
The ticket won a share of tn
first prize in the Mexican iu iu-penaence
penaence iu-penaence Day lottery SturUy
"But'lapanese merchant Salvador)
Fukomoto reported to the ponce
tan tiiree twentieths of the ticket
, which won the $800,000 iirst pme!
were stolen from nis swre me
night before the drawing.
a nrf nrripr susoended pay
ment of the prize money and FuKo-j
moto was given 3M uays m
u urp his. Jt was tne
first time in the history of the MeV-j
can lottery that payment was
held on part of the first prize. ?
At least seven others persons
hoiding the remaining sections of
' the winning ticket will be paw,
however, lottery officials said.
if it Is made sufficiently clear,"
"The record is there and it Is
Where there have been failures,!
Mr. Elsenhower said, they were
because of circumstances, often
beyond our control."
For example, he said, while
peace may not yet be secure,
thousands if American mothers are
truth'? and to correct mistatements
sufficient! and distortions" when they are
j Weather Or Not)
Tnb WMther iprt, lor the 2
hevrt tnainfl a.m. today, it ir ir-'
' ir-' oirod. by lh .Motoorelofical and
Hydrorihic Bnnch of tho P" P"-ama
ama P"-ama Canal Company: (-.
' (inner harbors)
, Hector Luis Martinez, 48, Nic Nic-draguan,
draguan, Nic-draguan, was fined $10 in Balboa
Magistrate's Court yesterday for
driving, a truck which had de defective
fective defective tires. :
Adolf o Brown, 34. Panama
nian, was fined $15 for failure
to pass to the left while driving
a vehicle on Roosevelt Avenue.
Frank Stephen Hinek, 50, A A-merlcan,
merlcan, A-merlcan, was fined $10 for fail failure
ure failure to remain at the scene of an
-. Cluck, Cluck!
LONDON, Sept. 18 (UP) 4 Hen-
rv Eggs, Mrs. Elizabeth Chick and
Thomas Henn were guests of hon honor
or honor yesterday at a party held by
the Australian High commission
The party celebrated the arrival
of the season's first shipment of
a certain- dairy product from Aus-i
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
For 4-Day Visit
Lt. Gen. Laurln. il. Williams,
U.S. Army Comptroller, arrived
this morning at Fort- Kobbe's
Howard Field to begin a four four-day
day four-day visit at USARCARIB Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters to brief section chiefs
on the Army Management system.
He will also visit the' Jungle
Warfare Training center and
the USARCARIB School.
Included in the general's par party
ty party are Russell Roane, chief of
the Army'a Accounting and
Funding; F. E. McGilvery, H. E.
Cox. Col. J. P. Ahern, col. D.
C. Barton, Lt Col. V. M. Buehler
and Lt. Col. L. K. Jenson, all of
the ComDtroller's Office.-
Honor Guard ceremonies were
held for Gen. Williams upon his
arrival at Fort Amador. Includ Included
ed Included In the reviewing party were
Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold,
Commanding General, USARCA USARCARIB;
RIB; USARCARIB; Col. L. D. Farnsworth, Jr.,
G-4; Col.; N. M. Cox, G-l; Col.
J. R. Russ, G-3; and Col. J. P,
Kaylor, G-2 and Col, J. H.
The general and his party are
slated to leave Friday.
Tho Democratic Presidential
nominee told a news conference
ho "never doubted" tho jury ver verdict
dict verdict that sent Hiss to prison for
denying he aided a Communist
spy ring. ,: : i
He said he honed that the Hiss
issued would not be injected into
differences between the
ties on the fundamental
Of US Aid Program
SEOUL. Korea', Sept. 18 -(UP)
About 5,000 Seuul residents pa
raded through me streets pi the
capital today carrying placards
denying bitter criticism of the U.i.
Aid Program in Korea by Sen.
Allen EUender (D-La.).
The hour long demonstration,
annnsnred hv the eovernment-enn-
trnllfld Cn-Fpderatinn of Patriotic' the Campaign
Organizations, came shortly after; : "Anyone who attempts to create
EKender met with President iy'
gam Rhee at the Presidental man i
Paraders marched oast the re
sidence of U. S Ambassador Wal
ter C. Dowling where EUender was
The oaraders. most of t h m
housewives and merchants, carried
signs reading: "We fought for de:
mocracy, not for socialism LaoK
at Korea, grasp real situation."
"We are truly grateful for U. S.
The demonstration was peaceful
and there were no Incidents.
Earlier the official Korean go
vernment spokesman assailed Li
lender for "deliberately insulting
Korea" and said this country is
"America's most grateful and
most loyal military ally."
Solon Serves Term
In Prison; How
BOSTON. Sept. 18 (UP) -Dem.
neratie Reo. Thomas J. Lane
HARSTAD, Norway, Sept. 18
(LP) Two crewmen said to today
day today the lifeboat in whch they
escaped the sink nj American
Liberty siiip Peiagia -was so
poorly equipped it almost cost
them their lives.
Seaman Lawrence T. Redies
of Central city, Celo and chief
steward Demetrlug Hadjicostas
of Baltimore complained they
did not have workable rockets to
signal passing vessels. ; i
.The ,three other survivors of
the ship were taken to a hospi hospi-tal
tal hospi-tal for treatment for exposure
A sixth-man died in the life lifeboat
boat lifeboat with the five survivors.
The other 31. crew members
were presumed to have gone
down with the ship. One body
was recovered today.
The pelagia, owned by the
Enstern Seaways Corp. of New
York, was of 7238 tons. It was
laden with Iron ore.:
i The freighter broke tip and
sank in the storm-tossed Arc Arctic
tic Arctic waters of Vestf jorden Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. v . . -Besides
Redies and Hadjicos Hadjicostas,
tas, Hadjicostas, tthe survivors were James
Arnold, of Baltimore, Andreas
WASHINGTON. SeDt 18 (UP) lovaltv to the Pnvi.mmpnt itnp the port News. Va. and Pprirn PilPta
Aaiai oievensons camp nopea to-1 American oeoDle a disservice." he noanguez, or Baltimore
day he had removed the Alger said. 1 : v They all escaped in the only
Hiss case as an issue In the Pres-I At the same time he accused lifeboat to tret free of th sin.
ldential campaign. Vice-President Richard M. Nixon ing vessel. Jean Lopes ofBalti-
.uk cjuuut;auB uiauc u iaui auu uur nauonai cnairman Leo-more aied Of
ue iiau noi. ;
Stevenson oubliclv differed ves-
leroay wun wrmer rresiaent itu i954 Congressional campaign in ter had been alarmed for todav
min'i rnntentinn thai HU w dj. i? V. u P'"1ea lor loaay
- mw n iniauiK uic 4vvu o in kvvci liiiicut iaf mi r r no noon nr V a Trnn-Mj
not a Communist sdv. Isim. Rnih hH nrui him h..r 7 v B41r iw
mmmont nn Mr TV.im.n'. Uic. J., 1
We ought to know
PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY RELAX Pre sident and Mrs. Eisenhower enjoy a' hand-in-hand
stroll through their formal garden at G ettysburg,, Pa. Mrs. Eisenhower gazes at the
flower bed she called marigold. The President gave them another nnme.
Adlai Hcpos In Vain That Issue
Of Alger Hiss Is Politically Dead
later the o: :
and six ol u
ree lifeboats an-
parently were too badly dam damaged
aged damaged to launch, he said.
The lifeboat developed a leak
but the s.ukrs kept it afloat
until at r.S. Force plane
spotted the, 20 hours later
and a traw h r p'tked them
out of the st a.
"There weren't even matches
in the lifeboat,- Redies said.
"We had some rockets--most of
them did not work. I believe they
were outdated." :.
pvnnsnr in th
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nam n. nan oi inning me same iueDOai Saturday nieht.
low road they travelled in the a court hearing on the disft.t.
sought todiiy to become U,; firstj Commandant of the 8th Naval
nicrnrv in rpram i
. LAST DAY! .75 .40.
3:00 4:45 C.45 9:05 p.m.
30th cnrruSY-fOX ymantt
war HATHAWAY :
NOTHING LIKE IT EVER!
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VACATIONING Curious onlookers let a TJeek at Prince Rainier
and Princess Grace as the royal couple stand on the porch
of the former Miss Kelly's parents' surf-side summer' home
in Ocean City, N.J. The couple will leave for Philadelphia
. after a short vacation at the resort
President Eosemhower approved of
this sort of campaigning," Meven
The, White House had no com
Sttvemon was quet4iened at a
newt conference about Mr.. Tru Truman's
man's Truman's Labor Day remark at
Milwaukee that he did not be
lleve Hist, a former State De Department
partment Department official wat a Comrrfu Comrrfu-nitt
nitt Comrrfu-nitt tpy. ;, k-.. e,-,
Stevenson said he was not "sur
prised" that Nixon and Hall,- who
has demanded that he take a stand
on the Truman remark, were
"back on the same low road theyi
traveled in 1954."
"We ought o know j whether
President Eisenhower approved
f IVll. ait nf A.mnnlflnlH. ' C n
Stevenson was asked 'about his
Vice Consul Michael Newlin of
TT Q I. .. 1 ill
whplhr w """"jjr a vjmv will
XIVa V arrive here tomorrow to conduct
Ilev Crislcba! ;
Cspfain 01 Port
To Arrive Tcday
U.S. Navy Capt. Charles S
Hutching?, who will succeed Capt.
John Andrews, Jr., as Captain of
the Port of Cristobal was schedul
ed to arrive in Cristobal this aft-i
crnoon from the United States a
board the U.S.N.S. Gibbins: He is
accompanied by bis wife and 10-
venr-old son. t
Hutchines comes to the Isthmus
from Norfolk, 'Va., where he was
commanding officer of the attack
cargo ship U.s.S. Oglethorpe, on
which he recently made a. cruise
to the Mediterranean. He is a
graduate of the U.S. Naval Aca
demv with the class ofM931.
Andrews, wno nas Deen vapiain accept the idea that there never
of the Cristobal Port since OcUMcan be an end to compulsory mil
ber 1953, will leave the Isthmus itiry service," Stevenson said.
Oc, 7 for New Orleans, where he ;
will be attached to the -staff of
. Since the ship sank in inter international
national international waters, the principal
hearing probably will take place
in the United States.
; Hadjicostas said an hour out
Of port on Saturday the Pelagia
encountered itne "worst storm
have' ever experienced."
; Waves broke the hatch on the
bow hold and the water started
rushing in, he said. Five hours
Only 10 Killed In
sfe Independence Day
to abandon ship
for the lifeboats
r. a nned the first,
Vviil L i! I i,i r ;
Ernesto Gonzales, who C e I e
brates his Z2n birthday tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, was recaptured Sunday after,
noon about a half mile from where
he escaped from the Canal Zone
"He escaped from the. penitentia penitentiary
ry penitentiary sometime a Her reporting fof
duty with the kitchen gang at 4:30
Saturday morning. Police officials
said that he escaped over the
fence surrounding the penitentia penitentiary..
Gonzalez, a San Bias Indian, is
serving three sentences of 18
months each for burglary and en entered
tered entered the penitentiary last Novem November.:
ber.: November.: ;' 'y .
! He was reported by, penitentia penitentiary
ry penitentiary officials to have been a model
prisoner and had been in the sta status
tus status of a "semi I rusty."
Police said t!. t aUhough he is a
native of the Isthmus, he apparent apparently
ly apparently got lost soon alter leaving the
Class In Civil
For Scnta Cruz
Residents of Santa Crn are be-
in" advised that there will be
class in civil dff.!nse first aid con-1
ducted in the tmt nsite. The class I
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 18 -(UP), will be sponsored by the Snnta ft
Us Angeles speech two weeks ago, p0iice reported yesterday that 10 Cruz Civil Defense Volunteer;
" W,VV" V"","1, ww were killed and 600 iniurei Corps.
I.I5!!l!4l'l,l Cat''"Mfest and'san-l The course will consist of six
?Tv Mo .ifrf h. Ti5 Mt dependence Day eelebra-two hour lessons, according to
iU w'. hnrntnuf1 Snrf ions in ve persons were present plans, but this may be re-
?tAJL I t V kUled n street brawls, there in vised by those enrolling. Residents
nlV, Ii,.nU .'lut0 ldcnts and two committed wishing to participate are request-
military tirengm. suicide riurins th wppbsmt
amination" of military policy, to
see whether new military weapons
and techniques might permit the
draft to be ended.
"I, for one, am not content to
"Mrs. Critchlow of Santa Crut.
his seat despite serving a prison
a fairlv heavy turnout of 50000
to 600,000 Democrats and perhpas
250,000 Republicans were expected
to vote for more man mw cauui cauui-dates
dates cauui-dates speeking 351 Massachusetts
Lane s attempt to regain nis seai
in th sevenui cuiiKiessiunai uis-
trict was the top light- ot euner
primary ballot. ... i.
Lane was released earlier this
month from a federal penitentiary
where he served a four-month sen-,
tenee for income tax evasion, nis
nnnnnent are State Kens, ras-
ouale Caeeiano of Lynn, and Jo-
pnh t. i nn ev oi Lawrence. iaie
State Sen. Andrew P. Qtigley of
Chelsea, and schoolmaster James
D. Learv of Lynn.
Most of the other Dig contests
were on tne uemocrauc oauoi.
including spirited battles for Gov
ernor and four other state-wide of-
The Republican statewide tick
et, including fh e gubernatorial
nomination, was uncontested. How However,
ever, However, there were GOP contests in
five congressional races.
The new station will be a fami
liar one for Andrews, since he was
reserve coordinator with the 8th
Naval District in New Orleans be
fore coming to the Isthmus three
The Rock N'RolP
Syria Returns -American,
Seized At Border
JERUSALEM, -Israeli Sector.
Sept. 18 -iVPh- Syra yesterday
returned an American and a
Briton seized by troops near the
border last Saturday.
: Joshua Horowitz, 48, formerly
of Brooklyn, N Y. and Herbert
Marsch, 26, of London, were hand
ed Aver to Israeli authorities, near
Tiberius on the shore of Biblical
Their return was arranged by
United Nations truce chief MajJ
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The two men, who had been
living in Israel, were Out looking
for a suitable trace of land for a
farmstead when they were seized
by Syrian infiltrators, spokesman
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PANAMA, R. P TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1956
Al Qory llc!;hls
Brig. Gen. Wlnslow C. Morse,
U&A, assistant chief of statf lor
plans and, operations (J-3, ofi
rieaoquarlers Caribbean Com- j
mand, was scheduled to be hon-1
ored In a farewell review at
pjn. today on the parade ground I
at Quarry Heights. 1
i ne ceremony will mark tne
final day of duty in tne Canal
Zone for the general who is re returning
turning returning to the United States to
take command of the Air Force
reserve records center at -Denver,
Morse had. been assigned to
Headquarters Caribbean Com Command
mand Command for almost two years, dur during
ing during which time he achieved re recognition
cognition recognition for his direction of
many of the disaster relief op operations
erations operations conducted by the com command
mand command in Latin America.
- Heading the official reviewing
party with Morse will be Maj.
Gen. Truman H. Landon, com
mander of the Caribbean Air
Command and acting command commander
er commander in chief ot the Caribbean
Others in the reviewing stand
will be Maj. Gen. Thomas L.
Harrold. Commandlne General.
U.S. Army, Caribbean; Maj. Gen.
Louis T. Heath, chief of. staff.
Caribbean Command: Brig. Gen.
George F. Schlatter, who suc
ceeds Gen. Morse as J-3, Cario Cario-bean
bean Cario-bean Command; Col. Ezckiel Na Napier,
pier, Napier, Deputy Commander, Ca
ribbean Air Command; Capt
Augustus R. St. Angelo, Chief of
Staff, 15th Naval District; Capt.
William B. Tucker, commanding
Officer, Rodman Naval Station;
and Col. J. L. Frink Jr., USA,
Deputy Chief of Staff, UJS. Ar Army,
my, Army, Caribbean.
In addition to those In the re reviewing
viewing reviewing stand, all the officers of
Headquarters Caribbean Com Command
mand Command and a large group of Ar Army,
my, Army, Navy and Air Force officers
of the three component services
were in attendance), at the cere ceremony
mony ceremony conducted by Air Force,
Army, and Marine Corps troops
in honor of Gen. Morse.
' Gen. and Mrs. Morse will leave
for the United States by air on
Friday. They plan to make their
home in Denver where the gen general
eral general will be stationed.
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