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- WASHINGTON,"' Sept 19 (UP) A House "subcommittee investigation into 'racially-integrate:!
public .schools in the nation's capital was left entirely to Southerners
today when' the two Northern .member, fai led to show up-for (the opening hearing.
' v An official for the National Association ; for the Advancement of Colored People
protested that the investigation wds in the hands' of "bigots."
It said this may cost the Democratic Party votes of Northern Negroes in Novembers
' "Vntpfe tn "Nw York and
will certainly take a second look
at a party that brmcs into power
the worst kind of b uls and allows
those bigots to control an investi investigation,"
gation," investigation," said Clarence Mitchell,
NAACP Washlnghm director director-He
He director-He made this sta -mcnt to news newsmen
men newsmen outside the hearing room
Shortly before the hearing began.
Jimti C. rvi (D-G.), Rp.
John Bll Will. nt (D-Miti.),
nd Rp. Joel E -yhill (R-V.),
' all ef whom last March signed
Southern Congressional menifet menifet-:
: menifet-: ie opposing racial integration,
- were, the only members of the
: six-man subcommittee on hand
as tho hearing got under way.
C. Melvin Sharpe, president of
the board of education for the dis-
Union Cc nty School Board
8 Ilegrccs Bcrrcd
STURGIS. Ky rpt. 19 (UPl (UPl-Nearly
Nearly (UPl-Nearly two weeks rf. racial tnte tnte-gration
gration tnte-gration at Sturgis hu;h school end ended
ed ended today when principal .He a rl
cvans, acung on orncrs irui"
Union County school board, turnedf
1 1. ..U. KTnnHA . .1 .. .i t Ihn
back eight Negro students at the
door of the school. ;
The action followed a pattern set
at nearby Clay, Ky.. last Monday
when four Negro children were
barred ffrom the Clay consolidated
school, which they had attended
National Guard troons and state
police, f r I
As the- eiaht Hear children
the. i nk! U i
turned back down the steps of
the school this morning a tumul tumultous
tous tumultous burst, of I ppliui e and
charring broke out from a crowd
of more than 2u0 persons which
had gathered In i.te of a cold
drizzling rain. ; ':
The six boys and two girls ar arrived
rived arrived at the-srhnnl thnrtlv aftef
8 a.m. and were arenmnanied tnlclnwlv thrmich. lhe
the steps' of the school by LL'from the building
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Panama LrMsIatlve Palar-e (above), located Rt DrlAssns Park.
- ii, is ic i'M 1 r I-Hfv at 11 a m. The r 1 1.
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Cris 'Bigots AsL
trict.of Columbia, was the' firsti
Mitchell was among the approx approximately
imately approximately 80 spectators who filled
the small hearing room.
Ha rpillpH ta nourcmAn in A.
vance of the hearing that hp sent
a telegram vesterdav tn Sneaker
Sim Rayburn and House Demo
cratic leader John W. McCormack
(Mass.) asking that the bearings
be called off.
If the hearing is not called off,
Mitchell said the Democrats
"must accept the responsibility
for all of the undesirable things
that must come out of he hear hear-irtf
irtf hear-irtf headed by Davis, and aided
by Williams from Mississippi, a
state where Negroes ere mur murdered
dered murdered if they simply t r y to
Vote." -' i'vv.
From Sturgis High
CoL Clarenee C. Rnrrh anit turn
other Kentucky National Guards
men.- ,-, ' .: ... '.
Event Diet them a tha hA
ef the steps and read a tatter
from Union County school super-
I I N -1 1 . .
intendent Carlos Oakley, .which
. id "it is the unanimous deci deci-'
' deci-' lion of the board of education
that the Negro children are ille illegally
gally illegally entered in the Sturgis
The letter instructed Evans to
bar school at Morffanfield Vv t
the Sturgis school that the "action'
Ik. knn.J f
oil ....k e
The principal then inquired if a a-ny
ny a-ny of the children had books in
the school buUdmg and Jraesihave been 83ked to send it to the
Beasley and Kenneth Haydeh were! Red Cross offices on Gaillard
allowed to enter in the company' Highway in Ancon. If indlvid indlvid-of
of indlvid-of the guard commander. . Juals have used clothing to do do-The
The do-The Nesro phitrlren then return .nate nnH are unahle trmob h.
ed to their automobile and drove'
PALACE A? : : -'f v :o-;-:; n n rfl o feKv-i
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He expressed fear that the in
quiry, will be used "as a forum
to promote the kind of strife that
has brought disgrace to Clav. Kv
and Mansfield and Texarkana.
He said l)avis and Williams
have shown themselves totallv
lacking in the most elementary
cams ui iair piay,
District schools, which previous previously
ly previously had followed the Southern nut
tern of segregated classroom
started an integration program
shortly after the Knnrm rn,.n:
decision that Dublin
ettuua was UDConsututional.
-William Cerber ef Memphis,
Tenn., counsel for the D a 1 1
subcommittee, said the purpose
of the hearings is fo show hew
the District school system can
be improved and help ether
communities that have not yet
"We are not here to defame."
Gerher taiH "We An ihinir ti.
hearings will develop facts upon
wnicn.we people can judge wheth whether
er whether the District school system is
the SUCCeSsful model whio'n lr!
dent Eisenhower said it should be
tonowmg ie supreme Court deci decision
sion decision of segregation".
Red Cross Needs
Used Clothing ;
Used clothing Is now urgently
needed hv the Red rmt. in
Canal Zone because of the low
now on. nana, n. was an announced
nounced announced yesterday. :
Shoes are particularly needed
?l tnis time and the Red Cross
Uas,a,ppe.a!e to "stents of the
ritCUlC K1Q Ul nein Innroeu tu
Those havlnjr usable rloth'ino
liveries at the Red Pross "r.
rangements can be made to
have the clothing picked up.
PANAMA, R. r WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1356
Margarita Friends Chip In
Friends and fellow churchmen
of embezzler Charles Delaney
chipped in and raised $4340 for
him to use in making partial
restitution of funds stolen from
the Margarita Union Church, it
was learned today
Yesterday in the Cristobal Di Division
vision Division of the UA District Court,
Delaney pleaded guilty to three
counts of embezzlement total totaling
ing totaling $8532.,'
He was sentenced to' two years
at hard labor on one charge and
one year each on the other two,
but all sentences were suspend suspended
ed suspended for a period of five years.
A condition of the suspension
was that he make restitution to
the church of which he was for formerly
merly formerly treasurer, v
- District Attorney Rowland
K. Hazard had asked that he
serve three years in the pen.
The court was told Del&nev
will withdraw the $3000 he hai
on deposit In the Civil Service
retirement fund. This, along
with the $4340 collected for him,
will make up the amount to be
restored at once to the church
treasury. .- -.,, ,
The balance Delaney nlans to
pay back during the next three
years at the rate of $1000 year yearly.
ly. yearly. The remainder is to h rmaiA
during the fourth vear of his
probation. ? , 5
The total shortas-a hi his honks
was reported to the court as
sn.582, and he has agreed to
make restitution for all of this,
not merely the amounts he was
convicted of embezzling. ,. ;i
Alter Delaney pleaded guil
ty yesterday, the Rev. Paul H.
W. Olander, pastor of the
" A 'town meeting will' be held
tomorrow night to Coooli to pro protest
test protest the recently announced in increase
crease increase in rental ; rates for' resi residents
dents residents of that town. The changes
are to become effective Oct. l.
The Cocoll. civic Council U
asking all residents of Cocoll to
meet at the cocoll clubhouse at
7 p.m. tomorrow. .i 1 t
A spokesman, for the Council
announced that its officers have
gathered full information on the
reason behind the rent adjust adjustment
ment adjustment and the methods uspd m
coiauusiung me new rentals. A
public discussion of the problem
will be held and the Civic Coun Council
cil Council will offer a proposed course
Of erOUD action for nrnt.est.ln
this new rate to the proper au-
USAF Grounds 0-52
WASHINGTON. Sent. IB fTTPI
The Air Force today ground grounded
ed grounded all Its B-52 heavy jet bomb
ers iuc me second time this
The grounding was'ordered as
a result of the accident Bear
Castle Air Force base, Calif.; on
Monday in which five members
of a seven-man crew were kill killed.
ed. killed. ., y ... '.. ;
The Air Force said the ground grounding
ing grounding is a "precautionary meas
ure, in an emergency the
B-52's would be ready to fly,
the Alt Force added.
The Air Material Command.
Wright-Patterson Air Force
base, Dayton. O, ordered the
grounding "pending results of
the investigation into the B-52
accident on Mondav." the Air
Force said- t
"AH B-52's.' however, are be
ing .. flifcht-readied daily and
crews are standing by," the Air
Force taid. "In any need or e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency the B-52's will xly."
ine urns-range r-52's are
designed to" provide Immediate
atomic retaliation in the event
of an attack on this country.
ine B-04 was grounded last
Feb. 21 after an accident to one
of the bombers which also was
operating out of Castle a Air
Force, base.- ;r 7 : ...... i.;i-
'The cause of that accident
waa traced to' a faulty alternator-generator.
The Air Force or ordered
dered ordered modification of all B-52's
which had a similar part.
There has been no hint re regarding
garding regarding the cause of Monday's
accident. But the A 1 r Force
hopes the two survivors will be
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MarfSrJta Union Church, ap-;
pearea on behalf of the cburcb
to ask for leniency.
Rev. Olander sta te d the
church board had met recently
to discuss-the propriety of seek
ing leniency for Delaney, : and
had decided to do so. :
The decision to plead for len leniency
iency leniency was decided on. regard regardless
less regardless of whether restitution 'of
the money were to be made.
.Defense counsel William J.
Sheridan. Jr.. told the court. th
first inkling the church board
had of Delaney's defalcations
was wnen (the defendant, In a
day of contrition, wrote letter
stating he was short in-his
church funds and would replace
the shortages. i
The defalcations dates v back
to 1950. Some of them came to
light when an informal .audit
preceded Delaney's plans for a
States vacation. y v 1
, No explanation' was g'ven
the court as to what disposi disposition
tion disposition Delaney made of the
monies he took from churc
collections, but it is generally
N believed they went into day-to-day
living expenses. J4 r
Delaney was a clerk in the
Cristobal post office until sus suspended
pended suspended In July following revela revelation
tion revelation of his embezzlement. He
lived in Margarita with his wife
and four children. v E. i i
. originally a Navy employe, he
became a canal Zone policeman
and rose to the rank of; ser sergeant.
geant. sergeant. After returning to the
States," he came back -to the
Zone in another position with
the Navy, transferring later to
the Canal Zone Posttal Division.
PC Jrcc Trim;.icr
Knocked Out By
A Canal Zone tree-trimmer is
under observation in Qorgas
Hospital todav after an ncelrienf
similar to,,. those lometimes fe.
Buactea. in slapstick comedy.
Wallace Henry Charles, 45,
Panamanian, didn't. extiv taw
off the part of Jimb he was sit-
ung on. ... ; : .. . '.
. Me had placed a ladder" against
a branch of a tree near the
Gamboa pump station and then
proceeded to ?ut at the branch
with his machete. ?
His stroke was so' successful
that the limb cracked further
bacfc than he expected., tipping
over the ladder.
Charles fell 10 feet to the roof
of a shed, and then another
three feet to the ground.
; He was unconscious forr three three-to
to three-to five minutes.
Later he was sent to the hos hospital
pital hospital for looking over.
J ct Do.-nbcrs
able to shed light on the mis mishap.'
hap.' mishap.' ........
The number of B-52's that
have been built is a secret: But
it is believed to be at least 100.
THE BELL HELICOPTER which Is to be dem onstrated at the Panama Golf Club this after after-noon
noon after-noon seen on arrival at Tocumen last evening. Beside the aircraft are, from left. Charles
H. Deerwester. Joseph Mashman, pilot on the flight down from the States; Joe Beebe,
co-pilot; Miss Enelda, Cohen; Raul Berbeyr ad ministrator of Tocumen -airport; G.H. Dalton
and Miss Sharon Phillip,
Over 12 Million
Spent On Zone
" Non-TJ. S. citizen employes of
the Canal Zone spend $12,967
298 annually in food and cloth cloth-lne
lne cloth-lne in Panama Canal commis
saries, according to a study made
by the survey section of the Pan
ama Institute for Economie De
velopment (IFE) i
It is believed that this report
was based On figures made avail available
able available by the Panama Canal Co.
- Of the total, $6,141,300 is spent
annually in grocery items and
$3,088,718 in refrigerated foods
by those employes who will lose
their commissary privileges at
the end of the year in conform
ity with the provisions of the
new Panama-U.S. treaty.
Annual expenditures by this
group In .clothing and wares
were estimated by the IFE study
at $1,830,000. Household items
take $730,000 annually and loot-
wear SoZU,UUU. t;
Gasoline and motor oil expen expenditures
ditures expenditures were fixed at $357,230
$254,500 In regular octane gas.
$83,460 in high octane gas and
$19,320 to oil. ,t t.
' It was estimated also that
non-UJSi cltlzen Canal Zone
workers spend annually $764,500
in milk products, $694,600 in rice,
peas and beans, $567,500 in to tobacco
bacco tobacco products and. $668,000 In
sugar, cauces and condiments.
Refrigerated meats accounted
for -$843,050 annually, the IFE
rib,. t s W m i
rb:J$25 In Ccurl.
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An American seaman who suf suffered
fered suffered cuts on his head while be being
ing being arrested for causing a ruck ruckus
us ruckus at Balboa Pier 18 was fined
$25 in Balboa Magistrate's Court
today. v w
The charge to which lie plead pleaded
ed pleaded guilty was that of ;Jtaklng a
vehicle for temporary use.
. Donald Peter Diaz. 23 appear appeared
ed appeared with surgical dressings on
several cuts he received titer he
became L .obstreperous Monday
afternoon when caught leaving
the pier at the wheel of a Pan Panama
ama Panama liquor truck.
A Canal Zone policeman and
a customs officer had trouble in
subduing Diaz enough to get him
into a patrol car. At Balboa jail
he continued so unruly that lie
was placed in a dark cell before
being transferred to Gorgas
Hospital where a -number, of
stitches were taken to close
wounds on his scalp. f
Diaz told the court today he
remembered nothing of what oc occurred
curred occurred after he got out of the
He is a seaman aboard the
tuna boat Navigator.
The truck belonged to the
Compatila General de Licores,
SA. It had driven onto the pier
to deliver liquor and clgarets to
- the Navigator : v
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LONDON, Sept 19 (UP) -Secretary of State Xohn -Foster
Dulles asked the second London Suez conference
today to appoint a Western shippina czar with bowers m
steer traffic away from the
Dnllec nnt ltA ..u,
l w union proposal oe
fore the 18 nation conference after British Foreign Sec Sec-rc,tary
rc,tary Sec-rc,tary :Se,wyn Lloyd warned there would be "no compro compromise"
mise" compromise" on international controt of the, waterway.
r But Lloyd, elected chairman of the conference; said
we want fo proceed by peaceful means."
"We do not want to. settle the dispute by force"
Llovd said. "There has never been nnw fnnkf iH i. j.
ot Her Maiestrs aovernment
rity Council at some stage.
Prime Minister Anthony Eden
told the House of Commons during
the Suez debate last week that he
wouKi seek Security Council action
if Efypt blocked pilots of the asso
ciation from moving ship convoys
through the canal, ;
The S. Secretary of State
was given the job of '"sailing"
tha atsociation to the participat participating'
ing' participating' nations," diviJH among
ttiemEe'ves nd taimied by E E-gynt
gynt E-gynt that t'o n'f!inq wi ''
suiu" A,,J 'i.uw.i. i ij t...'ie.
Diplomats reported the western
tsig Three Oiiienng on strategy
and three of the Dulles plan na
tions Iran, Swedee and. Spain
immediately called for; new Jieco-
uauons wun gypi. ....
Dulles : introduced a tentative
blueprint for the users association
(Continued en Page 10, CoUJy
Bulgy Is Willing V
To Join Summit
Talks Oni Suez
MOSCOW. Sept. 19 (UP)
Sovlet Premier Nikolai Bulganln
said in an interview released to
day he is willing to loin a sum
mit conference of the Big Four
plus India1 and Egypt to settle
the Suez dispute, : : r V,:
Bulganln was -asked whether
the Soviet Union would favor a
meeting of the heads of govern government
ment government to settle the Suez problem.
He replied; The Soviet gov
ernment has already expressed
Its opinions of a Just and peace peaceable
able peaceable settlement of the Suez
problem by negotiation. ; f
"In order to facilitate such
settlement the Soviet govern government
ment government Is nreoared to participate
in a conference of the heads of
government of Egypt,- India,
France.. Britain and the United
States and the USSR." -"
. Suez Canal if this, proves
to an Kefnr th. 11 c (..,.
applicatioos for passport froni
Americans who wank to work
Kvuitn government aa
Suea canal pilots, ;
A apoKesman said bo decision
on the applications hu Keen
made yet but one "probamv
wlU be reached la aday or ao
"It will be reached within toe
framework of overall UJB. pok'
icy on the Suez situation," he he-said.
said. he-said. t
-The spokesman declined to
elaborate. Bat his statement
fppared to be a hint that the
iJiuted States miiht be pUn-
w ai. uiB ALHLfl 1 lfnflrMnen
said It knows of nn
having been Issued to Ameri
can wno uwant to pilot ships
through the Suez rnnai r
Egypt. However, some American",
ciuzens aueady possessing pass
ports could have taken up an
Egyptian offer without notify notifying
ing notifying tho State Department.
- nepons irem Port Said, E E-fypt.
fypt. E-fypt. said that 20 American
pUots already have been hired
by Egypt to help run the ca-
An Egyptian snokesman- hr
said' i "some" American pilot -have
been hired and airmriv
have gone to Egypt. But he re- -fused
to say how many,
The embassy spokesman laid 1 :
each of these American niiou
hail at lpast- in
experience and possessed a
master' ticket. He said : soma
had been working on UJ5. in inland
land inland waterways. : .-, -; ,
The American pilots, he
sid, contacted Egypt In, re response
sponse response to advertisements for
pilots placed In New York and
San Francisco papers. Egypt
offered to pay the pilots be- -tween
$900 and SM00 a month
plus housing and other ben-
The embassy spokesman de-
clined to say exactly how many
Americans replied to the ad. ;
But he said there was "quite
lot of responses more than
we expected." ; 1 4 ;
CoL Mahmoud Tounis said in
Port S:ld yesterday that the 20 1
American pilots had been hir
ed.. But the State Department
said it knew nothing about this.
Younls did not give any de
2 GJs Fined For V
Driving Recklessly 1
Reckless driving of Army ve
hicles brought tines today for
two young American soldiers
when they laced ; the Balboa
Magistrate. .-' n-; ... ..
' Driving a weapons carrier a ;
long Barth road in a feckless f
manner netted a $15- fine for
Grady 0"NeiU Alexander, 20.
Faustmo Baamo, 19, was given
a $25 fine for drivine a leen with
trailer recklessly along Gaillard
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RODMAN DRESSING ROOM
la the last few months I have visited Rodman swimming
pool approximately 12 to 14 times, tach time J nearly passed
out from the terrible odors is the women's dressing room. Alt Alter
er Alter speaking to several other persons, I find that they, too, have
been quite annoyed by the odors that come from the piace.
Just recently the Navy painted the pool. Or rather., they
dosed It under that pretense. I went to the pool the very first
.day after they opened it again. What do you know. They
painiea i in pes aown me pool lengsnwise. mat is au tne
painting I can find. : .'
I was completely shocked by the neglect of the United
" States Navy.
Being connected to the Navy, I am Just a little ashamed
of the conditions of the women's dressing room. 80, please,
whoever, la responsible, or whoever can be responsible, either
clean the place out, 0 rbuy some Air-wick. I want to be proud
ox the unuea states navy's property.
GIVEAWATS AND TAKEAV AIS
A Navy Civilian.
Have been sitting here in my hotel room In San Antonio.
Tex, reading the afternoon paper and listening to a very fami fami-,
, fami-, liar tune, once so. popular and recently revived, or shall 1 say
revised and re-written by one John Foster Dulles. -: -)
v "Let's give them five billion more, only five billion more;
y. ,let them live let them loaf, like a king;
--If Old John Doe doesn't like It you know there U.r
t; .Not a great lot hevcan do."; ::.
; Now after my fourth year In the fifth grade I became
"thoroughly convinced, with help from my principal I could
never hope to be President of the United States. I did learn
this much., however.,' You take 7 from 0. you have very little
left. -.k;. ,-:v -p..
After two weeks watching the Democrat and Republic con convention,
vention, convention, sell out, swap out and black out, I wonder why the
public tries to kid Itself that they have anything to say as to
who or who is not President It's the boys in the "back .room"
who-havs'the finaVsay. vm.
... There Is an old saying of a boy Is born with two heads we
put him in a museum. If he is born without any-f we send
him to' Washington. 1
, Will someone please enlighten this feeble mind as to who
our representatives In Washington are supposed ta' represent?
Not the American public I can assure you
Now Texas is a pretqr big state, folks and Its a safe bet
we do not have six people in the entire state who are in favor
of bankrupting our country. Taxing our great-grandchildren
to death for three generations to come in order to give our
resources to bunch of ungrateful parasites who would not
give us the time of day. 1
I realize Dulles has more alibis than 'Tommy Manville had
wives on this matter. .-,,--
Less than two weeks ago I drove from Frisco' to Texas by
way of Arizona and New Mexico.
- I saw. first-hand how thousands of American Indians are
being shoved around by the UJ3. We stole their rich farmlands
in the East, their oil lands in the Midwest and put them out
in the desert where ymj could not raise an umbrella, much less
Mr. puus. in the name of common sense and decency,
ow much longer are we in American peopie going to be
asked to tolerate this deplorable situation? '
". .:r.w.rt' : wrd aelpus.
' FRAISE TOE AND ilFFRAISAl, OF. NIXON
''n'Hv '."..v. '
Vke treiideht Nixon took to the'alf vesterdav ita1 visit
some it states in behalf of himself and Uen. Eisenhower and
the Republican Party. Never has a Vice President been so fre frequently
quently frequently and fulsomeiy praised as Mr. fcaon has been by resl resl-oent
oent resl-oent Usenhower. Yesterday Gen. Elstonower went to the air airport
port airport with another armtul of veroal bouquets for Dick.
Gen. Eisenhower has never missed on, and has made some
occasions lor praising the rising young ttepuoucan who is said
to be "only a heartbeat away Horn the presidency of tne Unit United
ed United fltates."- It teems tnai it is possioie to aamn witn too much,
as well as with too faint praise. The jiennower eulogies 01
his second-in-command would almost make a book.
Mayoe the fulsome praise Is intended to counteract the
appraisals of Mr. Nixon that are not so lavoraDie. Take this
from Washington correspondent lor The isew Yorker, Michard
- "Nixon' 'flexlbfiity' suggests 'an almost total lndlf lndlf-,
, lndlf-, 1 ference to policy.. .He moves from uteiventlon to anu anu-lntervention
lntervention anu-lntervention with the same ease and lack of anguish with
; which a copy-writer might tranucr nls loysmes trona
Camels to Chesterfields.' 4
Qr this, one from Ralph McGill in the Atlanta ConsUtu ConsUtu-tlOn
tlOn ConsUtu-tlOn .3; ,,. Vjf .
"...To some he seems to be the smooth, persuasive.
slick sort ot yong man who does the commercials on the
big network television shows... Many otners are disturbed
. by his reckless campaign methods. .Sull others see him
as... the pushing, ambitious young Junior executive on the
make, willing to take all the short cuts and cut all throat
necessary to advance himself."
And the New York World-Telegram (no Democratic paper)
says ol Nixon thaw : i
"...he dragged the Supreme Court Into sidewalk poli polities
ties polities by the outlandish claim that it was a 'Republican'
Chief Justice who ordered an end to segregation In the
, schools, What the Vice-President said was inaccurate, un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary axd unpardonable."
Nixon, according to Thomas L. Stokes, nationally known
Washington columnist "relies much on the nowar of suEtes.
tion by which... he often leads his audience to Infer things
ht doea not actually say." That leaves the public confused as
to what may be his policies and Ideals, if any.
The New Orleans Item says "After studying Nixon, we
iwa ourseives asaing uus question: wnat oesiaes the better betterment
ment betterment ot the Republican Party and Richard M. Nixon, does he
really stand for?".
Now, we'll let Walter. Lippmann, a Republican columnist,
who writes for a Republican newspaper, the New York Herald Herald-Tribune,
Tribune, Herald-Tribune, the first newspaper that, Gen. Eisenhower says, he
ieao a vary us;, navs uia last wora
"Nixon Is a ruthles partisan. He la a politician who
divide and -embitters the people... (He) does not have
, within his conscience those scruples which the country has
the right to expect in the President of the Unlhrf
' ; The Republicans have a slogan which says "Stick with Dee"
to which I should like to add; 'And get stuck with Pick."
American participation in tne Suez
Canal discussions in Cairo may
mirk an important step towaru
far creater U.S. involvement in
African affairs of the future
Since the Barbary pirate days,
the United states nas steerea
clear of mixing in the affairs of
Afncs largely because it was a
European sphere of influence.
That this situation cannot long
continue is the main argument of a
new book by Chester Bowles, en
titled "Africa's Challenge to
Americs," just published .by Uni University
versity University of Cslifornia Press.
Sowles, former U.S. Ambassa
dor to India, went to Africa on
his own for a first-hand look.
He does not advocate any multi-
billion dollar aid program for
Africa, as he did for India.) His
principal plea is for a reappraisal
of U.S-Afncan policy as a factor
in future world peace ana sta stability.
Instead of taking 1,000 pages to
discuss this subject," Bowles con
denses it in 130 pages, which
makes it easy to grasp.
He gives both the materialistic
and the altruistic reasons lor
greater American interest in Af Africa."
rica." Africa." :
From a perfectly selfish point
of view, Bowles calls attention to
the fact that the United States
now imports half e( the raw mate materials
rials materials it consumes. By 1970 this
rate of consumption will be dou
bled. . ......
' If the United States were eut
off from the apparently limitless
mineral reservoir of Africa, says
Bow'es, w would face formidable
difficulties within 10 years. This
would be true .even though the
resources of Canada and soutn
America remained available.
From the ideological viewpoint
Bowles repeats the warning fre frequently
quently frequently made by others. This con concern
cern concern the Communist cold war
threat of economic penetration of
Africa. If it wins, it would fore
close African resources for the
fre world. T
Bowles pictures Africa today as
tne last s t a 0 d of European
Of Africa's 30-odd. "nations"
only six are independent today.
Another six have prospects of in-
oepeodence ny .i960. -,
The 12 include only naif of Af
rica's 200 million people. Thev are
scanereo jn an area bigger than
me united states, China and India
combined, with a billion people.
Country by country. Bowles out
lines the fierce drive for total in
dependence in .Africa today.
; ina racial problems created by
some 800 illiterate tribes and
semi-civilized natives with no
measurable' livin "standard what
ever make th U.S. segregation
issue seem like, a mere traffic
lam in comparison. ;
une pioody racial riot in jonsn-
nesnurg or Capetown coma turn
all Africa against the white man.
create new tensions in Asia, has
ten the world swing to commu communism
nism communism snd end in one of the uglie.t
explosions of violence in all
history, ssvs the author.
From the isolationist point of 1
view, this iwould, mare Africa a
good place for th unned states
to stay out of. From the inte
nationalise (Viewpoint,, tne va.
has a role.' :
The main thing the African na
tionalist leaders want from the
U.S.. says Bowles, Is moral sup support
port support for American Ideals of free
dom and independence.
Tim main contribution which tne
United States can make, Bowles
believes, is in support of the
African nations in the United Na
tions and its Trusteeship Council.
Through uf. organizations,
much can be-done to prepare non
self governing territories for In
dependence at specified future
dates. This was the nattern fol
lowed by the United States in
preparing the Philippines for its
Up to now, U.S. policv In both
Democratic and Republican ad administrations
ministrations administrations has been that the
troubles of Africa were Internal
matters in which the U.N. had no
IKWWm V , '; I firi 'S i 3
T 11 KTT.AM f .til hr nf rnnA
MV4 saaii mvw awvi vm
about the racial goings-on in Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, where my wife was born,
and a am just a little Jiorrified
with what I read.
Thie is nnt hpi.&na T'.'flm' whflt
is called a ."nigger lover," or any
of the other vulgar cliches we get
mlYprt lin In when tha rflhhl
takes over.' It i more that It is
possioie to UKe most people, 01
wniiever coior or creea.
Over nm 40 vr it hoc
seemed to me that a man dis distinguishes
tinguishes distinguishes himself by what he is,
what he does, how he deals with
nthprs I think- I hv the Prei.
dent of the United States and the
Supreme Court, with me when I
say that the right of education and
travel hnlonsi tn inv American
citizen.: And without emphasis on
COIOT. i -. .-.
I have heard all the arsilmenU
over the years and they have left
me strictly unmoved. To me, a
enoA hlflrir man te as tinnii ov
COod white man A had hlaolr men
u bad; a bad white man )s bad.
bui were aoesn t seem to be
any logical reason for penalizing,
at -the atarL neonle whn r north.
er bad nor good by denying them
I -Crede Calhoun. I u i
r ,v -i
s sheaffeixs fJP r Btitn r" tt to log PeUclo'u Melttfl Mo,z"cu checge fun
1 lrt la Quality JjC UV'; '- '.Ml0aij IK IM'i'
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Po' White Trash
By BOB .RUARK
the first seat they, can find pn a
uua ur a irain
run lynchings and inspire J mob too, on Saturday nights when the
violence. The quality white folks I raw cheap blend sets them randy,
took over the same terminology I have no brief for the high-
to describe the same -white sen. nressnreri nnlitiri which h tried
nie. i. --4 -. Itn raMifv hlfl.lr.urhite nmh pm ItA nracttAal
"Po' whitei trash,": which also by an overnight changeover into a guarantee you this. Egypt's pride
included the term,; "po- bokra," psajm-singing equality. I have no will only be hurt by. the letter but
which .. it Straight out of West time far the Neern who cannot not In nritii.A
compete on an honest scale of "I said: 'Listen to me. I'm
Africa via the clave-trflHe ie la
full of condescension from the col colored,
ored, colored, side as from the white side.
. Erskine Caldwell has written a
shelf of books about "po' white
traah anH while there it trarfpriv
in them, they rate no higher than.
uie worst iragic examples oi uieir
black neighbors. :
In the more benighted portions
of our South, the po' white trash
have no justification of their trag tragedy
edy tragedy except to find something to
kick. They kick it not so much
in anger, as in explanation of their
own misery at being exploited as
sharecroppers and underpaid cotton-mill
hands and Just plain pool
room. Hangers-on and street loiter loiterers,
ers, loiterers, t Vm.- (, "'
Where I have known them, In
God knows how many Southern
townsr-as I was born and raised
in the briar patch they are of
1L -1 ., . 1
uie ciay-eaung, one strapped
m Ik it, k 1 m V... J m m m
By JACX A.VZ E K I rc,,it .
' EGxrfiAivisKAtu uuritJER! American" -r,h.r?n
on arms-to Israel, while Ameri Ameri-can
can Ameri-can Sheaman tanks were jent ta
fcgypt, plus other arms to Saudi
Arabia and Syria. a
In the files of the American Em-!
bassy in Cairo is a speech de
livered by Coi. Gamal Aodel Nas Nasser
ser Nasser which tne American public
has never read nr hoard ohm it
It has been cabled to the State It was possible to sei7 the
Department in Washington, but nal wiJn.no difficult
has never been released, nor will John Foster Dulles had heckled
.n?; J.r 'T1 ?ealo- and badgered the British unUl U
maniacal character of the dicta- troops were withdrawn iZnt
tor John Foster Dulles picked
wnen he bet Americsn foreign
DOllCV in the Near Fact nn Tnlnnol
Here is the way Colonel Nas Nasser
ser Nasser boasted ot the Egyptian peo people
ple people about the wav h
immediately after the arms
deal was announced, Washington
sent a delegate, George Allen, lo
Egypt. declared Nasaer nf.iL
ring to the man who was then
sssistant secretary for the Near
East. "Cable frnm nr.chintnn
said Allen carried an ultimatum
w t gypt. i
"Then an American off! c I al
(reDorted to be II s uk.....
Henry Byroade) asked to meet
me and l agreed. He told me
was very sorry. He said Allen car carried
ried carried a strongly worded message
(Hum uie American government
which might hurt Egypt's pride
nt aam: in mis connection
T ataurA rm 'r. : ...
Hits possible effects and I advise
yuu io accept,- i i
1 asked him 'I t.
sulUng Egypt's nationalism and
pnde. What do you mean by hurt
ing Egypt's pride and 'natioiUrm rfEVZT,!
IT - i a-..-. i .7 e fVMv; UJO
ny guarantee given the Briton
uj passer. ; -.
; WHY DULLES ERRED
The rritnm h n..n.. j .:.
- - ""j u euu uia
advisers made such an error re-
gwoing uie untriea 38-year-old
Egyptian dictator arer ;
I) On tha mirfare V..
a good case. The EgypUan mass masses
es masses definitely needed help. Thirty
Egyptians own most of the wealth
of the country a aituation made
or Conpmist Propsganda and
revolt. But Nasser never carried
out-his promises, spent his mon mon-ey
ey mon-ey on i arms, not for his peoole.
2) A pro-Arab cUque inside the
State Department has urged more
support for. Egypt an the Arab
states. They fear Saudi Arabian
oil may suffer as a result of
,eni" Privte support for Is Is-raeL
raeL Is-raeL This roup is led by Under-
Secretary Herherr t.
but has potent backing from Loy
y.H 3UU mufi otner pro-Arsb
S). Colonel Naer h4 v. ..
- uu vjio mm
cret support of a new, little-knowa
"He Said: 'It la a mean
Mr. Dulles. A very strong mes mes-saie.
saie. mes-saie. Wa nurulva
w - uiaj.cu
by the way this mesaaaa la neins
sent. We ask you to maintain
your nerves. You are alwava
v.iiu. uq accept ou message
with cool nerves.'
I said: 'How csn I accent a
message which hurt
"He answered: This will have
equality, decency, and observancea professional prime minister. I
much less time for Uie others who
nee white annremacv ea an lv.
cuse to abuse people who are not
so iar away irom me siave oust-
. i i
ness soia i oy weir own egro
chiefi inti the trade and who
have not been given a chance as
a. whole to rise above the fifth fifth-rate
rate fifth-rate people who persecute them
herane nf rnlnr and enlr.e nnlv
I keep thinking about the Dec-
larai.on oi lnaepenoencs ana
phrases like "free and equal" and
Wke ntircnit hannineaa A.id
rowhere have Hound a mention cfj
mr-cr lovers quality wnue
folk's,' or' po' white'' .trash."
w t r MiMnun, a
never in my life expected to be
come prime minister, u just hap
Dened. : If VOlir renre a e n
tive comes into my office and
ajya one wora, i wm Rick nim out.
That is official.' ,
"The American nffirlal ealled
once again. He said he had in
formed Mr. Allen of our talk and
uiai jar. Alien was perplexed. He
ssid: 'Allen aava that if ha mm.,
to inform you of the message he
wm uv aic&eu ou(. Ana u ne goes
bsck to Mr. Dulles without cora-
municatinf the m a a a a a
Mr. Dulles will dismiss him.'
Mr. Allen eame, but did not
open-his mouth. lie tat and
tened to the Egyptian viewpoint
and briefed me on the American
Central Infptlitronaa i Tw-
roster heads the official bureau
of American foreign policy. His
brother Allen heads the shsdowy,
sometimes more potent branch of
foreign policy, the CIA. V
t To those who know both Dulles
brothers, Allen is the less pub publicized
licized publicized but the more able. He re reports
ports reports oh foreign affairs direct to
the President. His recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations are based on the reports of
a vast army of secret agents. The
identity of some, if known, would
cause their death. But because
they onerate aeeretlv k. ,,,.
they have been immune from
Congressional Investigation, be because
cause because there is no public sccount sccount-ing
ing sccount-ing of CIA funds, CIA's reports
are sometimes far off base
CIA was backing Colonel Nas-
''$ my ven have helped to
put hhn in office.
w These are the reasons why John
Foster Dulles, the Secretary of
State who fired twn m
mts, John Carter Vincent and
ia vavies iof pad judgment re regarding
garding regarding Chins, Was responsible
fOr SUCh bad 1llrirman In J
to Col Gamal Abdel Nasser of
schools and drinking fountains and overall-wearing, :tobacco-chewing
Tha W1tt f .a.. J 1 it .14 I ani
pellagra-belt people. They are
more sociologically pathetic than
BYROADE TO SOUTH AFRICA
Wa hava e thln 4V. e...iLl.i.- t ... i
,, j .7 . ouuiu iu : egrues tney ivnii, mare
called "po' white trash." It was worthy of integration than the Ne-
f ."" negroes adopted tolgroes E they shove .off the side- had shown ner, sne saia. m
explain the ; kind of people who walks. They cut, each other up, hover came back with the money.
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Hot pizza breaks the ice at a
U is correct to hold a plxaa wedge
at the are edge
1 Friday. &
- "esjss- -y
in. town-plus ',
. good food-fine
dance music music-Lots
Lots music-Lots of Clean
i ST. LOUIS (UP) A man pos- viewpoint,"
in? is a detective arrnaed Mrc.l
Syble Reifsteck's husband of be being
ing being ; a counterfeiter suspect and
I ... P kill W :.
wueu ii a 'u iu auuw jm a00Ve tirade means
r v u 1 1 j ii : trvir.i Bow oi iwo mugs:
felt biUs, she told police. But the n colonel Nasser : has got
detective" turned out to; be into the habit of behavkg Luke
counterfeit as the fake biUs he)HiUer m feCeivin8 foreign .Hn!
bad shown ner, sne saia. ne iomat r
eama hark with tha m one V.I at c. i '.
oumo American aipioman,
unless Nasser strsyed far from
the truth, have been afraid to car-
rv out inatrurtinni frnm U'o.K,
lngton. Ambassador Byroade has'
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American diplomatic s e r v i e e
George Allen has been trans trans-f"Ted
f"Ted trans-f"Ted from assistant secretary to
be ambasssdor to Greece.
The man whn transferred them
John Foster Dulles, is the men
who sat down with Nasser in
1953, listened to his sweet-talk,
and derided tn ha Saa AmAfiflati
foreign policy in the Near East
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Against Plan To Cut US Aid
CONSTITUTION WEEK SPEAKERS-ShowB b eore Monday's CFN TV Show on behalf 6t
Constitution Week are (left to right) Mr. All red J. Gauvm; Panama Vice Commander of the
American Legion; Gov. William E. Potter, Pre sident ot the Panama Canal Company and
Governor of the Canal Zone; Maj. Gen. LoulS T. .Heath, Chief of Staff. Caribbean Pnm-
iVS. Army Photo)
Biand. and Mrs. Gal A. O'Conneli,- of .the Left ion Auxiliary.
Importance Of Individuals Is
Theme Of Constitution-Heath
Through the cooperation 'of the
American Legion as special pro pro-cram
cram pro-cram commemorating Constitu
tion Week was presented over CFN
television Monday evening during
the Panorama Show. Part of the
program was broadcast simulta
neously over1 CFN radio
' Designed to better acquaint
" viewers with the meaning, scope,
r significance and history of the
' Constitution, the program featured
speeches by Mai. Gen. Louis T.
Heath. Chief of Staff, Caribbean
Command; Governor William E.
Potter, presidents of the'Pjmama
Canal Company and Governor of
the Canal Zone; and comments by
Alfred Gauvm. Pacuic Vice Com
mander of .the American Legion
in the Canal, Zone, and Mrs. Gaid
A. O'Conneli, president of Unit
One, American Legion Auxiliary,
who represented, the department
Heath, streassing the impor importance
tance importance of the Constitution, said "In
these days when the liberty of the
world is threatened r bv commu.
nism, which uses deceit, misrepre-l
k:tzi CI Gels
Al Ccurl M:rii:I
MUNICH, Germany .Sept. 1
Tur-igt. Ribert McMahon.
SEOUL, Sept. 19 -UP) -Some the burder of aidto South Korea, WASHINGTON, Sept. 1? (UPf -5.000
demonstrators marched although the country vnominally is Anyone planning a trip to Mars
through the streets here today to a responsibility of the entire United na better take along anQver anQver-protcst
protcst anQver-protcst Sen. Allen J. Ellendcr's Nations. ;Coat It's old up there.
proposal for reduced U. S. aid to "I am entirely sick and tired of .Radio waves emanating from
ivorea. ; l it, he said. "This is a U. N. oper-llne Planet indicate the average
.w' t-nae Ryung, an olficial anon, and they should not put the!iemPerat"r on Mars is slightly
spokesman, said the Louisiana whole burden on the U n 1 1 d ehw 32 degree fahrenheit, v t h e
Democrat "lnshited America's States." .freezing point of water, the Navy
most grateful and most loyal mil- lsaid today. . ..,
itary. ally" by linking this country He withdrew his charge that 11 sajd Nval astronomers had
with the bloodsuckers" 'h a id South Knret i ririftino inrH Picked ud radio nenili from
are living off IT. S. bounty. i socialism, saying he found it true Marg on a,600-inch radio telescope
Ellender himself eased off of last year bui that "now the tend- at the Navy's research laboratory.
some oi the charges he leveled ency has changed." i&ince inese electromagnetic ener-
against Sohth Korea last week.l ly ves are related to the sur-
but said he still bclives economic! The demonstrators, organized ""temperature of the. planet,
aid'to this country "should be and by the government-controlled "Con I laboratory was able to get
will be gradually tapered off." federation of Patriotic Organiza-i some lae of climate on Mars.
The Senator told newsmen at: tions, "pr a d e d p a s t U. S. Am Tne Navy aid the signals were
the airport where he boarded a'bassador Walter C. Dowllng's'80 weak t n to ak more than
Tokyo-bound prane that he never; residence, where Ellender stayed 50 measurements before it was
had linked South Korea specifical-' during his three- days here
ly with his comment about "blood
suckers," but added that '"it is
entirely possible Korea is includ-l
ed." r .
He complained that the TTnilfd
States is carrying almost all of
They carried costers exhortine
me senator to "grasp the, real
situation," and assuring him that
"we are truly grateful for U. S.
aid. The demonstration was or orderly.
NY Medics To, Examine Colombian
Who Claims To Be 167 Years Old
certain what it had.
The study of Man was intensi intensified
fied intensified during two clear nights in the
week of Sept. 9 when the planet
was withing about 35 million miles
of the earth,' the closest joint k
fears, v. .'..'
The signals were detected by
the same research team that ear earlier
lier earlier this year picked up radio .sig .signals
nals .signals from Venus. These measure measure-emtns
emtns measure-emtns convinced the team that Ve-
Hus was a "hot body." Other sci
entists nave detected radio signals
MIAMI, Sept. 19 (UP) A pint- the'earlii 1800s in a manner which
sizea Loiomman Indian leu i o r indicates he was
New York today 4o allow medical the time.
' Jack Wyrtxen
ACCORDIONIST HARBT BOLLBACK, (left) will present spe special
cial special musie for the First Baptist Church of Balboa. Height
Saturday .ari.M when the first rally will be held. Jack
jSS? (r,fht)' InternationaUy known youth leader, Tadlo
nd TV evangelist will conduct four services en the Isthmng
w Saturday and Sunday. Sunday afternoon Bethany Bap.
list Church of Rainhov CUw m k.
ii.nii i,osin ra,1y win le,J Sunday night at 7:3i
"v u oapvus vnurcn ox tiaiooa tielgnts. ' i
wiimington, n. v., was sentenced
today to serve 26 years in prison
u uic nuiuup-muraer ot a Oer Oer-man
man Oer-man taxi driver two years ago.
19 authorities to determine if ce is
0f reany jdi years oia.
Whether U7, 150, ir 120, iu iu-thorities
thorities iu-thorities believe Javier Perelra,
of Monteria, Colombia, is the
world's 'eldest living man.
Pereira, four-feet, four inches
Pereira nibbled on an ice cream
cone and chewed- gum while re
porters fired questions at his in interpreter,
terpreter, interpreter, Fi'avlo Chorrrea, of Me Me-dellin,
dellin, Me-dellin, Cilombia.
Whatever Perelra's age, he didnt
act it at the Miami Airport. He
''iw?inr,h y, V martual tall and weighing 15 pounds, spoof-, shook his fists and made funny
a t aty of. unPre-,'ed with reporters and photograph- faces at the photographeri and T T-atea
atea T-atea murder a crime not m hm when h hi Wv r,m,m
...K4. Jr. fcV,,,,B am. ers nere when he ate nis first icel V cameramen.
Th? North i ,n.penauy- cream cone. He wore a jaunty sport shirt In-
vbMJzZS?:" c?n-l He arrived in Mlariii last night' side a grey suit and wore blue
. r uli nn iii iii-xi ihh sir n m iinu wmr.
nere in 1954 and sentnrH ii ... n..n
deaUi, but the verdict w ."I"'" """S'i"' jI
bnrenrUnd ii8., T. i
represented adequately by
sentation and lies to confuse neo-ipair which was raised in PhilaHpl
pie and to enslave them, it is wefl'phia 169 years ago and which has
Heath added. "Our Consti
tution has one theme running
through it the importance of in
dividuals. We in America hold the
idea that all men have a right to
fair and just trearaent. . that
the individual has inalienable
rights which the governments can cannot
not cannot destroy.
"The Constitution of the United
States is the cornerstone and gua guarantee
rantee guarantee of way of life, and we
must understand it, protect it, and
support it if we are to continue to
have individual liberty." v
Potter spoke on the history
of the Constitution and the ba basic
sic basic concepts -incorporated in the
great document. In concluding he
said, "We Americans who live a-
broad have an added incentive for
a thorough knowledge of our Con
the representatives of the nation1 rUK JN1S0, "to Colombia, .i beat normal, and his blood pre
which cave birth to this immnrtal i Tt ieison-was fined Storer said an 86-year-old worn-' sure runs, about 110. V;.--V
document. It is imnortant for us .i;.T. !.. I 0 -'fcts "1 "uto in to native village remem- Astonished dictors who examln-l
t hnll kink V,. .t.. I t. .u:.u!""u a riae. .ine driver hnrs that whpn h wsa. ohiW '.if Papain In Sin Vipanta n P ll nt
policeman y Larry Pereira was an "old, old man." 'l Hospital in Medcllln, Colombia,
- Pereira himself relates events of found that while his wrist i joint
and radial artery were those of an
a young adult at; extremely old man, his blood cir
culation la that of a vounestpx.
His internal organs and skin are
those of an ancient, while his
oiooa pressure and hear action
showed unusual vigor, the doctors
saia. .v. .-' ..
The "old man" already has nn.
der gone exhaustive-medical exa examinations
minations examinations in South America which!
indicated he is at least 150 and
possibly 167. v i
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(upi- Hitrhhit;, Hr,'k..rr t 'ev. was ,,ei re ? "ou-:
J.,, HARTFORD, v Conn J
and white sneakers. -His deej)-tan-ned
skin contrasted with, his short-
cropped grey nair.
Parcira, who speaks a Spanish-Indian
dialect, teld reporters
through his Interpreter, that he
had no particular secret for his
longevity. He said .he drinks
when he can get it, and loves te
He proudly- said he had outlived
syndicate live wives.
on od-l Although toothless, the Indian Is
inn r.r c,.Vfi-Vj V "ucl1 "ci- iss Morer, member ot a sy
!?"..uS.uff,d I0" n overripe which distributes a cartoon
. In the eyes of the other pfinlrf l: T 2? de AiUes (Beeve Or Not). Storer, In pretty good physical condition,
and their people we are! torugL'eS .nH visit His pulse beat Is 76, his heart
iu uuiu nign uie stanaara w wnicn was 'Dff-dutv
lh un anil tha KnfiAci nva-l.a.
1 v. ..ui.vj. l n ii .v. lannv
that we have a comdete under
standing of the Declaration of In-!
dependence and of our Constitu Constitution.
tion. Constitution. s1 t' -it we have stror
tru.-i aiul f ;i in the tru'uis and
become the symbol of liberty for
millons who live under its sym symbol."
Special broadcasts will b .aired
I'm ot 'mul t,ie ueckovcr CtN ra-
. wisdom included int hese basic dodio and television in observanace
cuinems oi our country. ot Lonsutulion Week.
Greece Recognizes Britain's fJeed
For Own Military Bases On Cyprus
LONDON Sept. 19 In advanc- Statemnts of this kind, coming
ing their claim to annex Cyprus, from Athens Radio, vindicate the
the Greek Government have con- British contention that a leased
SiSlently stated that they recognizel base in Cyprus Would not be ade ade-Britain's
Britain's ade-Britain's need for military base quate to her needs.- I
on Cyprus. -1 : j
. v i Britain has obligations In ,the
They have consetfuently declared Middle Fast separate from her ob ob-that
that ob-that if the British Government will i ligations under N.A.T.O. i
permit the transfer of sovereignty
over Cyprus to Greece they would
be witling to lease to "'Britain the
necessary facilities for moinlenanc'e
if the base on the Island in perpe perpetuity..
tuity.. perpetuity.. ;C .'.4i....,
'- A recent broadcast by the gov government
ernment government .controlled Athens radio
stated that in exchange for Arab
support of the Greek claim to Cy
prus, the Greeks would, if sover sovereignty
eignty sovereignty ovef the Island were trans transferred
ferred transferred to them, never allow f h e
British to use Cyprus bases for
"intervention in the Middle East,"
The whole purpose of having a
base in Cyprus is to enable Britain
to intervene in the Middle East,
it the need should arise,, in pursu
In Cyprus, as elswhere, leased
bases would be vulnerable to the
whim of the ruling government of
the sovereign power. At any time
that power could place such re restrictions
strictions restrictions on meir use as to nullify
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Guest Cf Honor At Wivm' T
m t34, ranatna
Invitations have been issued for;
i tea lor wives ot ennsiea men i.
Fort Amador ut the Amador Serv-j
ice Club on Saturday, Sept; 22, at
p.m. Mrs. Thomas L Harrold,
o 5037 rincon
will be the guest oi nonor, win
Mrs. Robert W. Garrett and Mrs.
Thurman L. Ward, wives of the
post commander and the post exe executive
cutive executive Wficer, pouring.
LI ftmfitf U Lt Ulibn iie
The tea is designed as an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for the distaff group to get
Ji mff L If ulfL.tim Pa- 2 0740 m U-QW
acquainted and to discuss the pos possibility
sibility possibility of forming a social organi organization,
zation, organization, j -, i ,.
Caribbean College Club
A Membership Tea will be given
by the Caribbean College Club on
f4Saturday, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the
f 1 i
t i f '-('
7 ; 7- : : x
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Red Cross rooms in Cristobal.
Members are reminded to brine
their prospective : candidates for
membership. v c .. ;.
Back From, Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. -David with-. their
aaugnter, Margaret Anne, return
ed by plane last week to their res
luence u urazoi fieignts irom a
uitee months' vacation in Eng
land. .: .? r
tack notice for inclusion in this
column should be submitted in
typo-written form and mailed to ont
of the boa Humbert liittd dally in
"Social and Otherwise," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to the office. Notices of
, mootings wnnor bo acceptod by
- The Pan-American F e s t v a 1
Chorus win meet for a rehearsal
at i:so p.m. in Bishop Morris Hall
at the Cathedral ht St T i,L- a.
con. All residents of the Canal
one ana ot the Republic of Pa
nama, interested in choral, singing.
are. coraiauy invited to attend,
Please notei change of meetins
iace ior uus wees; oniy.
Margarita Teenagers v,
noia first. Meeting ;s
iue jursi meeiins or me nam
school year.will be held for the
asers mis evening at the Ka!
MB, AND MRS. EARL ANTHONY STEINER whose) marriage took place Saturday, Sept. .15 at
6t. Mary's Church, Balboa. Mrs. Dyer la the iormer Kathleen Steiner of Balboa. t
MRS. IAN tESLIE HENDERSON GIVES BENEFIT TEA
IOR BRITISH AID SOCIETY AT EMBASSY
'ijjlto.'"4l',LesUe!iiaersoii, wife' of lie British Ambas Ambas-ador.
ador. Ambas-ador. Invites all meflabers of the British Aid Society to a
tea at the British Embassy at 4 pjn. tomorrow. Those at at-'
' at-' tending will be asked to contribute one dollar for the Aid
Society's funds. A door prize will be liven, and English
1 Urns will be shown. '
Canal 2ene Art League
. Once a year, to November, all
"artists living upon the Isthmus of
Panama, are- -invited to partici-
pate in the Exhibit sponsored by
; the Canal Zone Art League, and
i held in the Hotel Tivoh Ballroom.
- Thu has nrnved a Dooular event,
" both for the artists and for the
Aoral mihlie. '
First steps toward planning for
-thia vear's Exhibit will be taken
at a meeting Of the Art League
, : which will be held on the Atlantic
side, at the home of Mr. and Mrs1.
John Greening of Gatun, on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday Sept. 27.
v There, will be no regular p r o o-aram
aram o-aram of entertainment, as there
: customarily is at the monthly
. meetings, as planning for. the big
event will entail so much.
liam Therrell, Mrs. Stanley Trow,
Mrs. Richard Underwpod and Mrs.
Llewellyn Zent. t -."iV
Mrs. Merrll). Brown
Gives Coffee Party
Mrs. Merru Brown had a few
friends to a coffee party Friday
morning in the Driftwood Room of
the Albrook Air Force Base Offi
ceri' Club. Mrr. Edward Benson
presented at the coffee table.
Among the ladies present were
Mrs. Lynn Chalmers, Mrs. Gene
Day, Mrs.' Liana Diaz-Granados,
Mrs. Ralph Frangioni, Mrs. Ed.
ward Hartley, Mrs. John Hinley,
Mrs. Rrank Leap, Mrs. George
Holcroft, Mrs. Frank Loughran
Mrs. Robert Mills, Mrs. Helen
Peedrick, Mrs. Manuel Quintero
Mrs.. John Redding, Mrs., James.
Mrs. John Redding, Mrs. James
Sheffield, Mrs. William Shirley.
Mrs. Robert Simms, Mrs. William
Starts October 1st
PACIFIC DISTRICT BOY SCOUT officials admire a special award which has been received from Boys Life Magazine for
Canal Zone Council No. 801. Shown, (left to right), are: Franklin P. Chase, Scout Executive; Lt. Col. John G. Appel, Dts-'-
trlct commissioner; Capt Charles F. Smith, assistant commissioner for Boy Scouts; and Lt. Col. Lloyd A. Bwwn, assistant,,'
commissioner f ot Ciib Scouts. The award was sent to the local council because of the larga number of copies of Boys Ufa
which are being received by boys who belong to the organization here. This W considered to be an outstanding -program,'
for establishing understanding between scouting and the home.- It 4s the first such award received by Council 801. The,
Pacific and District officials viewed the award and looked at a copy of Boys Life during an orientation meeting of Pacific
neighborhood scout commissioners at the Council headquarters In Balboa recently. ; - : m- (US Army Photo)
BANliUR. Me. i-:UPV On
of the toughest members of the
police department is Snapper, the
Police cat. Her i beat is Court
Street where, it is reported, she
chases stray dogs into the station.
Family Church in Margarita. This
meeting is for all teen-agers of the
parish and their friends. It will be begin
gin begin immeidately after the Parish
Family Rosary which begins at 7
Hamadan 'Grotto' "'-v-. t,l:'";":
Meets Friday V
Hamadan Grotto will hold a busi business
ness business meeting at 7:30 p.m. Friday,
Balboa.. "r r:'
Abou Saad Shrine ?; .; ',
Ahmit Saad Shrine Temple wil1
ciety will hold Its last business
of the month Friday night.
A bii'-hday rally will be one of
the items of the agenda.'
Paraiso Civic Council ',; !v;; .:
The Parajso Civic Council will
meet in the Paraiso. high school
music room on Thursday evening;
at 7:30 p.m., Sept. 20. At this meet
ing Miss Biake, the librarian oi
Curundu Protestant ChurcH
Plans for a Sunday School rally: the primary:. Junior! Intermediate.'
day to be held Sunday, Sept. 30 youth, and adult gruups have al-
,WASH CATCHES BONUS
at the Wirz Memorial in the Paraiso high school t library
will give an suitress the lmpor-
atnee of a library in the commu- Curundu Protestant Church.'
nity. .v- ;.' The object of the rally day,' ac-
.'i s A-i -- ; cording to superintendent virgu k.
' Also the setting up of thef nomi-Worsham. is to suruass the cur-
hold its regular business meetin j nating committee for the generent average attendance of 120 by
Saturday evenine. sept. a, at An:, ai election in novemhcr: and me at least 45 ner cent for at otal of
con Masonic Temple ft 7:30 p.m.lreporU of the community eonfer-175. Record attendance reached Mr. Jim' MaxweU, IntermediBte
according to an announcement Jy.ence held at Rainbow City with'early in 1955 was 154 persons. jgroup;Mrs. Minnie Henen; youth 1
Robert T. Russell, Potentate. ... I Governor Potter. l; To attain this goal teachers in group- and Mr. Elsie G. Fifer and
All members of.the Temple and , -. Kev. Leidig, adult group. i :'.::'
Were announced today by the Rev.! resdy started attendants contests
fliiiiun a., l-eims, pasior 01 vnf.wusin weir classes, inese teach
ers are Mrs." Clinton Maxwell,
Mrs. Llewelyn Zent and. SFC Rob- 5
ert W. Ryals. primarv erbuns:
Mr; R. A. rMe Coy, Mr. ind. Mrs.
John R'. Gough, junior group j; Mrs
ptif Baron, Mr. John Davis,' and
mi mbers in the are from any oth
er Temple are invited to ; attend
the meeting. Russell stated the pro program
gram program will include a report on the
Shrine Convention held in Detroit
and a review of the recent ceremo ceremonial
nial ceremonial held in Puerto Rico in which
, 2-2759 or 2-2839
t Fox this reason, also, this will; Stephen, Mrs. Lewis Stevenson,
be strictly a. Vmembars. meet-! Mrs. George Stillman, Mrs. Wil-
DICKSON. Tenn. (IIPW The
wind apparently blew 'one of the!31 new members Were added
sheets open when Mrs. Milburn the roster of Abou Saad.
Leathers had her wash out one1
day. A hen flew into the sheet and Primrose Society
laid an egg in the middles. The Primrose Benevolent. So
wipes out perspiration
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in aaauion to the group eoo
tests a poster contest and an essajn
contest have ,heeri announced. Thet
essay contest is open to all mem members,
bers, members, the subject being "Why I
Co, to Sunday' SchooC'f-. Entries
must '.be. written; in 50'. "words or
less and separate prizes' Will be a a-warded
warded a-warded to the best essay receiv received
ed received from within escb. group. '.The
winners of the pf-'er. c f J
lie announced ou -pt.: so., llowcv
erthe winners of the ?say con-,
test will be announced: Jbe. Mow-f
ing Sunday, Oct.: .,:
The Sunday schoolVhas entered
the National Christian Life Sunday
School contest, and rally day," is
a first step in an effort to win
this contest It is sponsored by the
National Christian Life .Sun. y
school magazine and, about 5 900
churches,, located throughout A-
merica, will participate. v u ,1
The grand, prise is a $5,00ft, :4f-,
passenger Sunday school bus, but
hundreds of additional prizes i re &
to be awarded. Judging will be
based 50 per cent on .increased at-,
tendance, 30 per cent pn publicity
and promotion, and 20 per cent on
visitation achievements.. "U in( i
this method, every Sunday school,
large or small, will be cpmpeting
on an equal basis. , ,r-i r
CALL A COFI,
WKST BRIDGEWATER, -Miss.
(IIP) Two youths slipped, into
the home of Acting Police Chief
Edwin T. Gibson and made 'off
with his wallet, containing $10. v
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IT'S A DOG'S LIFE
with Esther Williams
Sociatv and Otli
Dr. And Mri. Ttodore Arias
Dr. And Mr. Ttodore Ariat
Calibrate Wadding Anniversary
Dr. and Mrs. Teodoro Arias cave
cocktail party at Fort Amador
Officers' Open Mess bunaay mgni
to celebrate rtheir wedding anni-
versarv.i Many of their friends
from Panama and the Canal Zone
were present to offer congratula congratulations.
tions. congratulations. ; ;V ::
Deiped! ia Given
For Mn.Je Barriot'
Mrs. Alia E. de Alfaro was host
ess for a tea and card part at her
residence yesterday afternoon giv
en as a "desDedida tor Mrs. un-
chita de Barrios, wife of the vCo-
lombiad Ambassador to Panama,
Dr. Raul H. Barrios, who is leav leaving
ing leaving soon for Cartegena, Colombia
ana Mrs. Ana xeresa v. oe Anas,
who is leaving soon for Europe.
Balboa Assembly No. 1 Order of
Rainbow for Girls will Hold an in
stallation of officers Saturday,
Sept. 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the Bat Bat-boa
boa Bat-boa (Masonic Temple. Diane Ja
cobs will be installed as Worthy
Advisor. All who- are interested
are cordially invited to attend.
Members are ereminded that a re
hearsal will be held Thursday
Sejrt. 20, at 3:30 p.m.
Zonians From Goorgia
To Host Y.M.C.A. Dance
In the United States about th 1 s
time xt year, folks are getting rea ready
dy ready for the Fall Seasoa and along
with the season go harvests and
dances. In tempo with the mood,
a semi-formal dance with Harvest
Moon theme will take place at the
Balboa Y.M.CA-USO this Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening. ,
Refreshments for the dance have
been donated through a special
program sponsored by the Augus Augusta,
ta, Augusta, Georgia USO. In a special ef effort,
fort, effort, cookies and cakes are being
sent to USO's all over the world
this week as Georgia's with to let
all servicemen know that the tolks
back home think of them and ap
preciate them. People from Geor
gia living in the Canal Zone will
serve as hosts tor tne evening,
There will be entertainment dur
ing the intermission in both North
American and Latin American
style. ... ' '
Door prizes win be awarded aft
er the intermission. Servicemen
are asked to wear coats and ties
or class A uniforms for the occa
sion. Walter Wood's orchestra
will provide music for the dance,
which will start at I p.m. :
All persons from Georgia are
asked to contact the program of office
fice office at the Balboa Y.M.C.A. as
soon as possible.; Call Balboa 2839
or. 2759. v ..v'v:: .'
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Tomorrow At 3:30
For Mrs. Facey A
Funeral services will "be held
tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 for
Mrs. Louise Facey, who died
Monday morning In Oorgas Hos-
Burial will take place in the
Jardin de Paz cemetery.
Rose Call Rock n Roll,
1 Y' t. 19 (IT) -iid Sj
Showman Lilly Los charged yes
terday that rock n roll music
and Elvis Presley s songs are
"musical monstrosities" that have
replaced Stephen Foster and Ed-
ed twitchers :and twisters."
The pint-sized author of s u c h
old hits as "Barney Google and
his Goo-Goo-Googley Eyes' and
'T Found A Million Dollar Baby
in the Five and 10- Cent Store"
said he had to eo to Moscow to
hear the fine old melodies of
George Gershwin, ; Irving Berlin
ttose, 'a ; Broadway producer
who took up where Florenz Zieg Zieg-feld
feld Zieg-feld left' off, has limited the gyra gyrations
tions gyrations in' his' hit shows to the num numbers
bers numbers -performed by his famous
"long-stemmed roses." He public
ly-frowned on Presley's gyrating
style at a congressional Investiga
tion of Tin Pan Alley and its rela relation
tion relation to broadcasters. j
A day late in hi appearance.
Rose .testified with the confi confi-dance
dance confi-dance of a man who has made
upi to $60,000 year in royalties
from songs such as ''That Old
Gang of Mine" and "You Tell
Her Because f Stutter." i
He appeared as a member of
the American Society of Compos
ers, Aumors ana Publishers to tes testify
tify testify against Broadcast Music, luc,
a music licensing organization
owned by 600 radio stations. The
House Anti-Trust subcommittee on
television broadcasting is conduct
ing the hearing to determine
whether any laws have been vio
lated in the popular music indus-
tTV. .. -.;
Rose said" ne felt" "decent men",
in the communications industry.
such as his friend Brig. Gen. Da-
"f, -chairrnan r
board i Uie Radia Corporation oj
America, would do something a
bout the situation if they "knew
what' was going on inside their ba baby.
by. baby. BMI.'V V
An NBC executive told him', he
said, that "Sarnbff didn't know a a-bout
bout a-bout these things and wanted me
to meet, with him and brief him."
Rose, whose "W itheut a
Song" once was a big hit, said
he had been loft without a song
by "rock 'n roll and other musi musical
cal musical monstrosities which ere
muddying up the airways."
If another Stephen Foster were
to turn up on Tin Pan Alley, Rose
said, the. chances are he never
would set a hearine. The men who
pick the records to be broadcast
might not like "Swanee River", or
"Old Black Joe," he said, "and in
today's music business, that would
Rose complained that and old
standard song such as "Love Me
and the World is Mine" has been
replaced by "I Beeped W h e n I
Shoulda Booped," which could be
classed as obscene junk" in a
pair with "dirthy comic m a g a-
zines. ... ... .....
"A lively song like Irving Ber Berlin's
lin's Berlin's 'Always' has been shunted a a-side
side a-side for "Beeboppalula. I Love
You,'? Rose said. "It's the cur current
rent current climate on the radio and tele television
vision television which makes Elvis Presley
and his animal posturing posai posai-bit."
bit." posai-bit." -, r
Once Al Jolson, Nora B-ayes
by Erskina Jo
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol Hol-lywoodites
lywoodites Hol-lywoodites Are- Talking Abput:
Rita Hayworth's former press
agent now Deating the space tom tomtoms
toms tomtoms for Miss Bundles-from-Brit-ain
Diana Dors. -v ,-,?
Director Elia Kazan's conviction
that "hardly any star draws a
thing at the box office any more.
The old star system is dead,
despite the fact that Hollywood
has failed t o recognize its de demise."
mise." demise." Kazan's now operating on
the theory that films should be
made with "fresh talent right for
the- parts and who- have something
to bring to the screen that hasn't
been seen on the screen or on TV(
before." : -
Yes, the eld stars may be dead
at the box office, Mr. Kazan, but
don't underestimate the box office
punch of Marilyn Monroe, Audrey
Hepburn, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby,
Jimmy Stewart, Gina Lollobrigida,
rraiiK inarra ana orneri.
Edgar Bergen satirizing his own
"Do You Trust Your Wife?'' TV
show in his new Las Vegas night
iiuu aci. vumeaian jacK juric juric-wood
wood juric-wood will play the 'trusting"- hus husband..
band.. husband.. -. ; ,, ,, -, ,.
Grace Kelly's quotes that she'll
never return to Hollywood for
movie making. But I bet she could
be lured into starring in a European-made
flicker. . That
aaverusement in a Palm' Snrines
newspaper: "Swimming Pool for
Sale. Swum in Only Once by Old
Lady From Pasadena." ; Major
film studios planning to release
many oi meir rost-l948 mnv os
now barred from TV by talent
guilds. The "studios are offering
the guilds 25 per' cent of the
profits to release the newer flick
ers on nome screens.
1 George f Raft's lament U.t
there's no way for a veteran star
to avoid over-exDosure on tola.
. mi .... .
visiuu.. mree oi nig old movies
were snown- consecutively on
- f f al
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
.' at a en-.
' SOUTH (D
v North-South vu!.'
South West North East"
IV Pass 24 pass
J 3 Pass
4 V Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead $
Los Angeles TV station the other
nightj. It added up to four and a
uau nours ot tieorge Raft.
After listening to Vittorio Gass-
u "ceem m "war and
Peace, Irymg Brecher suggested
new title-"War apd Pizza."
. . Dean Martin winding up with
Anna Maria AlberehetH snrf w
Bartok as his leading ladies in
MGM's "10,000 Bedrooms." Didn't
MGM promise Dean a couple of
much bigger names and isn't he
ourning aoout tne whole thing?
. . vuncu ArxiSIS UKUlg no
chances. They just registered the
uues, jf ortrait in Black" and
"Portrait in Red."' Proift and
Loss? ., ;,D
zsa Zsa Saber's flash about
gown sne u wear In a show slated
opposite Bergen r -'You
tink M a rlene Dietrich vus
daring? Vait until you see my
j,..,, iivai re nussing.
The Errol Jlynnj making it a
family affair in London. The star
wife Pat Wymore. and his M-year-
oio. son, bean, appear in two
chapters of his new telefilm' se-'
nes. Sean, by the way, now
stands teet, 3 inches taller than
pop. 4 i Jack Benny sticking to
half V half for his 20 TV shows
this season. Half film and half
uve. .. -...,. -. ;.
. m i .I
The now man in Ux Taylor's
rroaucer miKe l odd.
Marilyn Monroe's asking price
now lor appearing in a movie
75 per cent of the profits and com complete
plete complete ownership of the negative
after seven years. . Anrfv n.l
vine's : 7-year-old son. Dennis.
wants to follow in Daoa'i aptin
iuoisieps ana nas nired an agent
"canyon Passage.'' It was a bit
roieDut tne acting 'bug bit, .
Sammy Davis. Jr and Cnrrfio
King picking Las Vegas in Febru-j
ary to tie tne marriage knot.
Elvis Presley is d a t i n e Ian
Storey, a Hollywood night club
CUUB.- ,,. ;. ;
Alfred .Hitchcock's frank auota
aoour Dig names aoDearina on hit
TV shows in the future "We will
use name actors if we have the
money to afford therh." . The
impact 'of television in Italv. at
reported By a Hollywood tourist:
Recently a bar in Venice, which
had a TV sat. became so over
crowded with. TV viewers that the
floor caved in and six people were
intured." i ; H
I ATOM STUFF
BOSTON (UP) ; u- .Though
the atomic era is in its infancy.
there already are J94 firms in
New England making 434 differ different
ent different products for use in atomic
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Today, Wednesday Sept. 1J
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
." till 3:00) ;
6:35 What's Your r t o r i t
i - (cont'd) ...
, 8:00 Allen Jackosn Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL -
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00-Halls Of Ivy
7:30 VOA. Report from U.S. ;
8:00 Music By Roth
8 : 30 Musical Theater
8:00-r-You Asked For It (re (re--
- (re-- quests taken by phone
; till 7:30) 7--- -
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11 :00-Jaza Till Midnight
Tomorrow, Thursday, Sept 20
A.M. ' "A
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
V t Club' (requests taken
. by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15-Church In The Wildwood
8:30-Musical Reveille i
9:15 Sacred Heart i
9:30 Paris Star Tim
10:0' Spins and Needles (re-
' quests taken, by phone
' till 8:30)
11:00 News i
U:0S-S pins And Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
- P.M. '- A h
12:05 Lunch time Melodies -12:30
Sweet And Hot
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 Spirit Of The Viking
2:Q0 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Much-B l n d 1 n g-In-The-
JUarsh ?s:-r.'i!t '.;"-":!
3:00 Hank Snow And His
' Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-
quests taken by phone
, V till 3:00)
5:35 What's Your Fa vorlt
(cont'd) . .
8:00 Allen 'Jackosn Commen Commen-"
" Commen-" tary(WRUL)
6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
i t -r REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Telephone Hour- (WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show .- j
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
9:00 You Asked For It (re-
' quests taken by phone
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan-
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off.
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' THEM' OUT AT ;
. ; , . j, , .
; fisAi Ihsid Com 9n Jown WhMi
f o CADILLACS A.
1 o PONTIACS ;
NO REASONABLE OFFER TURNED
DOWN THEY IIAVE TO GO.
C I Y A
and Eddie Cantor were the '-'big
salesmen of songs," ftose said,
addme: ' :'r
"Today, it's a set of untalented
twitchers and twisters 'Wkose ap-
ppai is largely io uie zoot suiter
and juvenile delinquent."-
I 111 11
Most bridee nla
tnat the odds on a finesse are
!urm even, experts roolr for bet
fat mlslo m of 4 A. A I
uuuo u uiiea gei mem. as
wo ee in loaay s hand.
West opened the eight of dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, and dummy's ten lost to
East's Queen. East rptnnw th
jack of clubs, and West captured
the queen with his ace. Another
diamond went to dummy's ace,
and SoutL drew two rounds of
uumps witn tne ace and king.
Declarer next cashed the king
of clubs, ruffed a club In dummy
and ruffed a low diamond in his
own hand. He then led a trump
discarding a diamond from dum dummy.
my. dummy. v..,
East took the queen of hearts
and led the king of diamonds,
forcing Sruth to use his last
trump. Declarer now had three
spades In each hand, and the con contract
tract contract depended on. a finesse for
the queen of spade-. . ..
West had discarded two low
spades and one low club. It was
Clear that West's last cards were
three spades -and that East had
two spades and the ten of clubs.
This evidence had an important
bearing o- the spade finesse.
South kne v that West had start started
ed started with five spades and that East
had started with only two spades.
The odds were herefore 5 to I
that West had the queen of spades. I
These odds were far better than
the average player's ever chance
at a sheer guess. South finessed
in the direction of the odds and
made the game and rubber, i
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the Ambassador pf Chile Enrique Lagreie on behalf of Chile's President 'Carlos. Ibanez. The presentation was,
made at a Veception at the Chilean Embassy. From left io right Foreign Minister Alberto Boyd, Mrs. Ricardo
Ariasi. President of Panama, Ricardo Arias and the Ambassador of Chile Enrique Lagreie. .', .. '.
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iicui ii vnD ccTcn at- ci DAiirun Jose A- ciar Escala' a former new8man' is feted at a party
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of Panama City. Cajar is shown at the left of a group of three. Next to him is Dr. Carlos A. Mendoza and at Men
doza s right is the President of Panama Ricardo Arias. .. :..'.' J
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Potter, Mrs. Exier J. Hopkins, Supervisory Accounting Assistant at Corgas Hospital; Mrs. Irene B. McLaughlin,
Supervisory Accounting Clerk at Coco Solo Hospital; Mrs. Cladys W. Brayton, Account Clerk at Coco Solo Hos-
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stories of adventure as they play around the edges of the jungle near their home. (Photo Jean Bailey).-?-
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using in their classes. Dr. Alejandro Mender P. (extreme left)' Curator of the Museum, shows the gold ornaments
that were taken from the graves of the early Code Province Indians: Looking on are (left to right front now)
Tommy Morris, son of MSgt. and Mrs. John 0. Morris;. Mrs.' S. L. Rainey, Fort Clayton Service Club Director;
Sharon Green, daughter of MSgt. and Mrs. Harry S. Green; Mrs. Harry S. Creen and Pvt' William Cruber. Sec Second
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Canadian Club ToiiFiiameini
72-Hole Medal Play Tourney
Scheduled For Brazos Brook
During the past several years, the Canadian Club
tournament has come to be one of the most popular
golf tourneys for members, of the Brazos Brook
Country Club; i ; r
three-quarters handicap has
been arranged with three bot bottles
tles bottles of Canadian Club going to
the first low net scorer, two bot
tles to the second and one botr
tie to the third;-
The same rules apply as set
forth for the .men and. the 36
holes must be completed by Oct.
Says His Boy Can
Whip The 'Hurricane'
new York, sept: 19 (up)
The manager of heavyweight
Bob Baker says his boy can whip
Tommy "Hurricane" 'Jackson
next week ? in 1 their fight at
The bout takes place Sept! 26.
Manager Dusty Bettor said he is
setting his sights on a title bout
between- Baker and v Arc hie
Moore, said Bettor," Baker has
a much better claim on a title
shot than Floyd patterson.3aker
has lost -only one f lgnt m tnree
years. That one was to Jackson
...and Baker was. out of shape
for that fight."' ;i
In other boxine news'. British
Empire middleweight champion
Pat McAteer wants a (shot, at
world champion Ray Robinson
and all the contenders below
him. The 24-year-old McAteer
won a unanimous decision over
Jerry Luedee Monday night In
New YorK. '-,- :
Middleweight Willie Vaughn
won a split decision over sev
enth-ranked challenger Charlie
Joseph in New Orleans, even
though the lights went out dur
ine th third round:1 They went
on agaitt three minutes later.' A
ringside announcement said
"some unsportsmanlike fan pull pulled
ed pulled the switch while Joseph was
. Aeain this year, the Eeiirl'
quez Co. of Colon Is sponsoring
a 72-hole medal play tourna tournament
ment tournament with three-quarters hand
icap allowance, with enougn
hottles of Canadian Club so
thatf if anyone doesnt win at
least one bottle he's plain un unlucky.
lucky. unlucky. ," '
The golfer with the lowest
number of actual strokes after
72 holes will win a line suver
tniv. The balance of the prize
list will consist of Canadian Club
Whisky and will be awarded 10
the low net scorers as follows:
1st six bottles, and one bottle
each to those players In the 6th,
7th. 8tn. stn, iouu ism, win
and 2&h positions.
Consolation pries will be a-'
, warded to each f the two
highest net scorers.
v USGA rules as amended by
local rules will prevail All dis
putes with regard to interpre
, tation of the rules will be set set-tied
tied set-tied by Joseph Noonan chair-
avion r9 lka whIa nnrnmitt M
Handicaps will not be apolied
to individual rounds. .Instead,
three times the handicap will be
deducted from the 72-hole score.
In other words, If someone's
nanaicap is ten nis allowance
for 72 holes is 30 strokes.
The first two rounds of the
' tournament must be completed
by Sunday, Sept 30 and the fi final
nal final two rounds are to be com completed
pleted completed by Sunday, October 14.
There Is no objection to any
piayer snooting nis iour rounas
in s short a time as possible
but the deadline must be met as
outlined above. 1
An Important provision is
that a player most signify his
intention of shooting aU of his
four rounds hv: airninr his
... name on the entry sheet
which is posted on the bulle
tin board immediately prior to
dr'ving off the first tee.
.For' the ladies of Brazos Brook,
a shorter tournament consisting
nl hnlpa nf mpHnl mini nr.
In The Majors
(Based on .350 official at bats)
Flayer, Club an t h yet
Aaron, Ma -145 574 105 188 .328
Virdon, Pitt 148 547 73 175 .320
Moon, St L. ,139 502 85 158 .315
Clemente, P. 138 504 63 157 .312
A'burn, Phil. 144 594 93 184 .310
Williams, B. 127 368 65 131 .356
ManUe, N.Y. 141 517 128 181 .350
Kuenn, Det: 136 550 87 181 .329
Maxwell, J),--. 131 458 93 150 .328
Nieman, Bal. 121 409 38 130 .318
r HOME RUNS
Snider, Dodgers ...
4 -" A
f """" .'
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IT BETTER WORK Harness, driver Dick Williams offered -to
test- tiew protective cap by letting Bengali, six-year-old. 2
trotter, give the invention clout with his hoof. Drivers at
Mailt Vflrlt'a V 1. D .m.. ... V,
' " : ,nicwiT iBve oeen outfitted with lhe'0!
capsthe first change in harneM driver's apparel since 185W ;V
Oh, yes. Williams never felt a thing here.. s -ttv;
. RUNS RATTED IN
Kaline, Tigers .
Musial, cards . .V, . .
Kluszewski, Redlegs ...
Simpson, Athletics ....
' -' RUNS
Mantle, ."Yankees "U
Robinson, Redlegs .....
Aaron, Braves .........
Fox, White Sox
Aaron, Braves .........
. Ashburn, Phils
Fox, White Sox ........
Kuenn, Tigers .........
Yqnliees Wrap Up 22nd A.L
Pennant On M anile s
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... ,.ya f t- .
(Based on 16 Decisions)
Newcombe, Dodgers .24 6
Ford, Yanks .... i ... 19 5
Maglle, Dodgers ...oil 4
Freeman. Redlegs ...13- 5
Pierce, White Sox. . .20 8
Toronto Cops Firs!
Game 01 Governor's
Cup Play o!( Series :
TORONTO. Sept. 19 (UP)-
The Toronto Maple Leafs will
try for a commanding two-game
lead when they meet the Roch Rochester
ester Rochester Red Wings in' the second
contest in the 1 international
League finat play-offs tonight.
The teams greeted each other
with boomine bats yesterday,
with the Leafs winningthe en
counter, 11-8. catcner qan sa
watskl banged out two homers
and1 a single to drive in -1 ive
runs Tim Burgess and Joe Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham pounded round-trippers
for the losers.' t i
The pennant-winning. Maple
Leafs scored six ; tlmes in the
first Jwo inning but the Wings
retaliated by knocking Toronto
ace Lynn Lovenguth ior ;. eight
runs on nine hits. But K this
proved fruitless as John Hetkl,
pltchine in relief, held the New
Yorfc team scoreless in the final
uiree rounds. v v ; 1
Kelton Russell was the start starting
ing starting pitcher for Rochester and
he was followed to the mound
by Gary Geiger, Duke Markell
and Ed Donnelly in that order. order.-Russell
Russell order.-Russell was charged with the
loss, while Lovenguth, a 24 24-game
game 24-game winner during the regular
campaign, received' credit for
hist first post-season victory,,
Wiff i Smith Has .:
Close Call In U. S. ;
National Amateur ; ;
' 'NEW YORK, Sept 19 (UP)
The favorite had a close call
yesterday in the Women's Nar
tional Amateur Golf Champion Champion-ship.
-' Nineteen-year-old Wif fl Smith
Deat Mrs. Harrison Fllppin in
the second round alt Indianapo Indianapolis
lis Indianapolis but had to go an extra hole
to do it. Wiffi was, 3-up after
the front nine, only to lose the
next three holes to the Curtis
Cup captain, wiffi the British
and French Amateur champion
-finally won on the 19th hole
when Mrs, Fllppin missed- a
four-foot putt. T".
.Former champion amonar the
64 winners yesterday were Bar Bar-bara
bara Bar-bara Romack, Dot Kirby, Grace
Lenczyk and. defending champ
Pat Lesser. Miss Romack moved
up "by default. Ann Quast trim
med Mary Apn Downey, 6-and'
4, in another top match.
BIG HAND Under the Pacific Coast Conference edict, Half Halfback
back Halfback Jon Arnett can stiff arm opponents for Southern Califor California
nia California in no more than five games, this fall. "..
BHS Grid Team May Not Be
'Senior' Club For First
Tiiie In Several Years ;
For the first time In several
years the Balboa High football
teani has the possibility of jiot
being a "senior" ball club.
' This has been revealed on the
practice field, where, coaches
Ross Anderson Jim Hurin. and
Walt Mlkulich ; have; a large
group of underclassmen who are
apparently bent on -making the
seniors work, ito hold their posi posi-tions.
tions. posi-tions. ; v.
In the line, where positions
nave been wide open since the
loss of so many fine boys from
the 1955 championship team.
there are at least seven boys
who are considered as possible
Larry Siegel, a senior, seems
'to have the edge at the right
end position, but Bill Halvosa
has been giving a fine account
of himself and mleht cet the
first call. At the other flank, it
is an absolute toss-up between
unucK. Douglas, a junior, and
anotner senior, jack Winklosky.
- Bob Fearon. all-leaeue 1 friiard
last year, has been moved to
tackle and seems to have adjust adjusted
ed adjusted to the new position in fine
style. Fearori is in his final year,
but right behind him are a host
oi underclassmen headed by
Dave Tate and two Georges,
Trimble and Klntner. At the
dther side of the line ; junior
classman George Kirkland has
me first can.
In the middle of the line there
are so manv bovs that rato ni.
"most even that it would be dif-
iicuit to rank them. The coach coaches
es coaches have been alternating : Ken
Morns, corom McGrlff. and
Louis Barbler at one guard and
Jerry Curtis, Roger Million and
K.en Fuiieton at the other. Mc
Griff, Curtis and Million will be
around for future years, too.
Mike Napier, returnine letter.
man has the call at center, but
wnnv a bit more experience
sopnomores Lewis Bateman.
Morgan scnocn, or Tony worn
ble could get the job.- .
All this is a fine thing for the
Bulldogs, but particularly for
the years to come. For Mils year
ii poinis to a very inexperienced
group vOf Doys making 'up the
forward wall. l: :' '.'
Football fans who would like
to get a preview of the season
ahead can take in the annual
BHS intFasquad game which will
take place ait Balboa Stadium
this Friday night. Kickoff time
is 7 p.m. and there will, be a
charge of 25 Cents to see the
Red and the White team ; do
Philadelphia ., 68
New York . 60
Ch caro . 57
NEW YORK, Sept 19 (XT)
The proud old Yankees, pen pennant
nant pennant winners a rain for the
22nd time in 36 years, com completed
pleted completed one more champagne
campaign today, but the tom tommy
my tommy bubbles la that mad Na National
tional National League race were caus caused
ed caused by Just plain anx'ety.
The cup of victory was doubly-
bubbly for the Yankees in their
celebration. For It was Mickey
Mantle who clinched it all with
his 50th homer in the llth In Inning
ning Inning that provided a 3-2 victory
over the White Sox. That made
him the only man besides Babe
Ruth, who ever reached that
magic figure in a Yankee uni uniform.
form. uniform. Moreover, the Yankees
beat the only club with a math mathematical
ematical mathematical chance to tie them and
they beat them on their home
ground, and with their best
pucner, Biuy pierce on the
There was measured hanDi-
pess ior me MiiwauKee Braves.
They rose to within one per
centage DOint of first nlace
Brooklyn, with a 6-4 victory at
Pittsburgh, produced on the
margin or Johnny Logan's two-
run single in the eighth, and
saved by Bill Bruton's over-the-
nead catch of a ninth mnlng
center field line drive with two
rirates on base.
out in jurooKiyn tnere were
only dregs of despair. Ken Bov
er smashed a two-run homer in
uk mam o give st Louis a 6-5
triumph in a game where the
S?c,F.riambied. c?rage. (Twilight Game)
lv in h. Sr leaaDrlei-Cino nnatl 000 200 001-3
Editor: CCNSADO SARCEANT
I St. Louis at Brooklyn
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N)
CincinnaU at Phila. T-N)
Chicago at New York (2)
St. Louis 301 000 0026 5 1
Brooklyn 002 0012005 7
MizeU, Wehmeler, Jackson (2
? and Katt
Craig, Roebuck, Erskine (11-
10) and Campanella,
(Night Game) '.
MUwaukee 120 000 021 6 11 1
Pittsburgh 001 012 000-4 13 2
Burdette, Johnson. Sleater (2
2), Trowbridge, Spahn and Rice,
Kline, Face (12-12), Pollet and
' A i
BONUS BABY Jim Der Der-rlnton
rlnton Der-rlnton is reported ... to have
collected the" biggest bonus
ever paid a player for signing
w3ih the Chicago White Sox.
The 1 16-year-old left-handed
pitcher and first baseman got
, ,.$50,000, it is said.
"PRICE OF FEAR":..
blast came with two out. in two
previous games where the Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs rose to challenge with two
out in the ninth the Dodgers
came back to win. But they
weren't equal to the bounce last
Brooklyn .still has a game
advantage in the lost column -and
has two more games to
play than Milwaukee, which
gives the Dodgers a bigger
winning potential. But 'now
they were virtually tied again,
whereas they had been a game
In front ... ;
: ' '!.''.' '" "1tY" .':'
-Cincinnati faced virtual elim
ination. The Redlees dromoed
tw& at Philadelphia where Curt
Simmons and Robin Roberts
gained 4-3 and ,7-4 pitching tri triumphs.
umphs. triumphs. Wally post hit two hom homers
ers homers in th first game and Ed
Bailey blasted a three run
homer in the second for Cincy,
but again the Redlegs ''found
they could not do It on power power-alone.
alone. power-alone. They're now 4V tames
out with only nine more to play.
rot tne Yanicees. victorv did
not come easily. After Mantle's
homer broke the tie, Chicago put
two men on with none out in
the llth but Bob Grim replaced
Whltey Ford and got the side
out on a double play and strike strikeout.
out. strikeout. For Ford, who will; Ditch
the Yankee World Series opener
Jansen (2-2). NuxhalL
man ana ourgess. .:
Simmons (13-10) and Lopata.
59 It v
328 16' i
r TODAf'S GAMIS -'
Washington at Cleveland v
Boston at Kansas City 'Ci'
oaiumore at Detroit ;
(Night Game. 11 Inninr
New York 000 100 001 013 I 1
Chicago 100 000 010 002 8 1
Ford (19-5), Grim nd Berra.
Pierce (20-8) and Lollar. f
Washington 000 000 000 0 I 1
Cleveland 000 000 Olx 1 .81'
Wiesler (3-12) and FitiGerald.
Score (18-9) and Began.
Wash'ngton 000 000 0000 .8 1
Cleveland 002 002 02x 6 10 I
tobbs (15-13) and Courtney.
Garcia (11-12) and AverilL
Boston 000 000 230 if 12 2
Kansas City 000130 011-14 10 2
urewer, -Delock (13-7). and
Gorman Ditmar, Butnette,
Spicer, Crimian and Smith.
(Nieht Game) .. --'P -V
Cincinnati 000 000 040-4 2 PIHmnpi i 1B1A AAA 1AA m
Detroit- 104100 00x 6
Philadelphia 120 010 12x 7 12
Fowler (11-11). Gross. Black,
Lawrence and Bailey.
Roberts (18-16) and Seniinlck.
Chicago 300 000 0014 9 0
New York 000 000 2002 4 2
Rush (13-8) and LandrltV
Gomes (7-16), Littlefleld.
Hearn, Wilhelm, McCall and
Sam", Ilofman. ", 1
(Second Game) i?
Chicago : 000 200 0002 S 1
New York 103 020 20x 8 12 0
Brosnan (4-9). Davis. Huehes
Ridiik (6-2), McCall and Hof Hof-man.
Bauer rf ......... 5 0
Marfan 2b 5 2
Mantle cf v 5 1
Berra c 5 0
Skowron lb ...... 4 0
Collins lb ....... 0 0
McDou?ald as ...,3 0
Howard If 4 0
Carev 3b ........ 4 n
no matter where It is played,, it Ford p 4 0
was his lh triumph against Grim p 0 0
This Did llf
Ab R H Po
hour by hour the net of terror tightens now there is no
escape. Fight and you'll hang. Run and they'll shoot
you down! And even the woman you love has sold yon out
to pay... "THE PRICE OF FEAR" OPENS TOMORROW
AT THE "LUX" with' Merle Oberon and Lex Barker.
The Braves had litters train
at Pittsburgh an !ew Y M
lead as Lew (Best Bet) Bur Burdette
dette Burdette was kayoed for th th'rd
straight time. But old pro to--gan
came through with the b'g
hit and Brnton saved it.
Herb Score struck out H to
win his 18th game, a four-hitter
and Mike Garcia followed wtth
a three-hitter to give Cleveland
1-0 and 6-0 triumphs over Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, while Lou Skizas hit a
ninth-inning homer to defeat
the Red Sox, 6-5, at Kansas Ci City
ty City despite three hits including
a homer by Ted Williams. Ray
Boone's grand slam homer gave
Detroit a 6-2 margin over Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore and 11 wins in 12 games
in the other AJ game.
The Giants, paced Jjy Jackie
Brandt who drove to five runs
with four ; hits, including ; a
homer, defeated Chicago, 8-2.
after the Cubs took "the first
same, 4-2, on a four-hitter by
Bob Rush. -,::.::,:;,,,,: '...,,v.. -"
YESTERDAY'S STAR Ken
Boyer of the Cardinals, whose
two-run homer to the ninth
beat the Dodgers, 8-5, and re
duced their first place lead to
one percentage point'
, GALVESTON, Texas, Sept. 19
(UP) Doctors say Babe -Did-rikson
Zaharias la "holding her
own" in a battle against cancer.
The Babe greatest woman
atniete or ail time is hospital hospitalized
ized hospitalized in Galveston, Texas. Doc Doctors
tors Doctors announced she spent a com comfortable
fortable comfortable night and they report reported
ed reported 'no change" to her -condi-tion."..,;.--,,.;iV"-;r":rV'.i
Meanwhile, tnore sports fig-?
ures have promised contribu contributions
tions contributions to the Babe Zaharias can cancer
cer cancer research fund. The Babe'8
husband said the fund will get
all proceeds from an October 3
nationally televised fight be between
tween between welterweights Virgil Ak Ak-ins
ins Ak-ins and Jimmy Beecham in Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. The fund also will receive
25 per cent of the advance tick ticket
et ticket sale for an- auto daredevil
show nest menth in paiias.
'39 3" 6 33 14
Apariclo as 5 0 1 fl 4
I Vnv 9h urn n o s
Doby cf ......... 4 1 12 0
Mifioso If 4 0 13 0
Dropo lb 4 1. 2 13 0
b-Delslng ........ 0 0 0 0- 0
Lollar. c ........ 4 0 2 9 0
Phillips rf ....... 3 0 0 3 0
Rivera rf 2 0 0 0 0
Hatfield 3b ...... 2 0 0 0 2
a-Jackson ; ... . l 0 0 0 0
Essposlto 3b ..... 0 0 0 0 0
Pierce p'....i..i,. 4 0 1- 0 2
Moeller and Triandos.
Foytack (14-12) and Wilson.
Dark ss ........
Musial lb .....
Moon rf .....
Del Greco cf
Katt c v.
Wehmeler p i.
. 4 '0
Gilliam lf-2b .... 5
Reese ss ......... 4
Furlllo rf ........i 3
6 5 27. Jl;
38 2 8 33 14
a-Struck out for Hatfield
b-a for Dropo In llth.
000 100 001 0U-3
100 000 010 002
SUMMARY Errors: -Fox.
McDougald. RBI: Doby. Mantle
2, Dropo, Berra. Double: Lollar.
Triple: Martin. HRs: Doby, Dro Dropo,
po, Dropo, Mantle. Doubleplays: Apari Apariclo
clo Apariclo to Fox to Dropo:. Martin to
McDougald to Skowron; McDou-
gaid to Martin to Collins. Left
on base: New York 4, Chicago 8 8-Bases
Bases 8-Bases on balls: Pierce 1, Ford 5.
S.O.: Ford 1, Grim 1, Pierce 8.
Hits off: Ford 8 in 10, prim 0 in
l. Kuns ana earned runs: Fora
Hodges lb .'
Snider cf ,.
Campanella c . .
Roebuck p ...... ,k
0 2 3
1 0 1
0 0 I
1 1 0
1 A 13
1 1 2
34 5 7 27 10
a-Struckout for Craig In 3rd.
D-Hingied ior Roebuck in 6th.
c-Grounded out for Wehmeler
d-Grounded out for Clmoll In
301 000 002 ft
002 001 2005
SUMMARY RBI: Moon 1,;
Repulski, Musial, Robinson 2, A
moros,- Hodges 2, Boyer 2. Dou
bles; Katt Snider. Triple Moon.
HRs: Musial, Hodges, Boyer.
Sacrifice fly: Repulski Left on
base: St Louis 1, Brooklyn 10.
Rncp nn halls Miipll A. Wvh.
meter 2, Jackson 2, Craig 2. S O.:
Mizell 1, wehmeler 1, Jackson
Craig 2, Roebuck 2, Erskine 1.
Hits off: Craig 3 In 3, Roebuck 0
in 3, Erskine 2 in 3, Mizell 2 in
2 2-3, Wehmeler 4 in 4 1-3, Jack-'
son 1 in 2. Runs and earned
runs: Mizell 2 and 2, Wehmeler
3 and 3, Craig 4 and 4, Erskine
2 and 2. WP: Jackson (2-2). LP:
2 and 2. Plerte 3 and 2. WP:
Ford (19-5). LP: Pierce: (20-8).
v ?iGp i;::ect Tcr.::::iT
Will Not Slain HsrmUit to Human
end Animals whan Vti at Diractad
- Costs Less Mnd K.'.'.'a Fsittr
than most blz prssur ftonia
At Most Rloil Slora
TTJ PANAMA AMERICA AN CVDEPENTrXT DAILY KETf SPATES v
- PACf KITS
77 77 rii ': "v
l TREVOK SIMONS
1 1. w. tk, t-n ppt the 1938
football jamboree will be upon us wu hi in a letter and pienty of ac
This 'Eaia Isthmian opening of'tion in the forthcoming campaign
tha eriairton season u scneauieai
for foount Hope stadium on the:
night of .Sept. 28, but the Tigers!
stui need pienty ot
the eomina campaign
The iamboree started one year
after the advent of "tackle" foot.tnemseives worn auepl a um
ball on the Canal Zone, is now rec-j parUhenL r ; Jv;.
mm m mMm flf fftret pXHtlff 1
k. t.mno f rrm psnn to fcomei
and ha more often than not,! did not get m any eariy training Mta of doubles trophies erf the
been a means of forecasting the with the rest ofnim team prior scratch scores, -with Individual
eventual outcome. It is, therefore .'Slum do s return from vacation, trophes for both men and worn worn-with
with worn-with a superstitious fervor that been getting off some 8od en for high game and" series
the Cristobal, Balboa and CXJ.C. P"itt right- from tne start .audi wUh ,nd wi,j,out handicap,
elevens work hard to be ready forjwith fair consistency. And then,;There wy, b 26 tnd
tDrxv.g." that featured all, too there uvm Pw'other special prises,. .:
the competing teams with eac't Don Bruce who, despite ZntrJlan& foT tbU tewna tewna-soaud
soaud tewna-soaud plajinTone quarter again frm.ln available now In all
the other. ,
rounding into form and the lads .Pe as an f;frsdf w Coco Solo, Ft, Amador, and Cu Cu-who
who Cu-who will defend the Blue and Gold) if 1MJ: .-et'rundu. EntrJet close October 27.
i first orsecond stringers it dnve and sprit m tne secret Brtr
, The CnsfBbal Tigers are wow?!":"""" "v mh : Z'Mt Ueyt and at Albrook Field,
h-innin t take thane. Most
sition, aStt remain wide open; b?ee plenty cJ .cUon or tb, i.ge,
th onn that has already been fill
ed with, no signs of anyone to dis displace
place displace him is Milton Grover, pow powerful
erful powerful CHS "guard.
In an otherwise light line, Gro Grover
ver Grover stands out, not only in size,
but in atriking powen He should
hv little or no trouble' gaining
recognition as Cristobal'! most
valuable eridder for '56. Though
Billy Gibson and Johnny Forrest'
loom as .starters for the two end
positions, both "will have to be in
there pitching all the time to dis
place a bard-wonting ana. amm
tious junior named Harry Keep
rs. t '.'-'- ,i ...V r.ry-':r
. Harry has Jbeen a pleasant surJ
OUT OF DOOnS
- SIX MILLIMETER
, ; PACKS A WALLOP ; :, )
. v y WARREN PAftI ,
Sheeting I4lfer ri -A
i -NEW eatridget don't come down
the pike to set the rifle shooters
hhlin too often., Surely they
, don't ordinarily come in pairs. But
tha near-twins your snioung serine
fostered; the :24S Winchester and
.244 Remington,'have really upset
precedent. t ; ;i,
Ever since we announced their.
arrival on the scene a year ago,
the gun' bugs have been yakking
about them with pleased abandon
Better and more to the point,
they've been shooting 'em!. ...
A few days back I began to boil
down, into a useful form a' great
tack of letters from 6 mm. shoot shooters
ers shooters telling of their game kills.
There never has been any doubt
but that the .243 bullet could
r"Ma Tr- iLr.'
wheh it came. to varmint pw.jn(i ,-r0i.-- ,,,. hl
Matters of flat trajectory and
Vi.K .t.in.H n..rft .A th.t hill.
fiff V&Vtt SeUe'r1 SVita
miM. h(Hin v hud Inn affn "e ClnCB W m. W1W.
been proved Py the wildcatters.
' This past year of experience with
the factory rules ana cartridges
as only borne that out. As var.
mint loads they're on top of t h r
But- what of larger" e r 1 1 1 e r s,
whitetail deer, antelope. javelma
mule deer, what we might term
medium large game? Does a 90 90-or
or 90-or 100-grain bullet-of this caliber
pack enough swift and swat to
bring them down cleanly? Are
xney nuniing cartridges or. suited
only to varmints?
" Well, by the time I had read the
accounts of a hundred or so of
these 6 mm. kills, it looked like
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
; ; Great TTliite fleet
New 'Orie Service
nmCdUS" .... Sept. 21
"TAQUF .. .i. Sept 28
"A STEAMER" Oct, S
""ETBUERAS". i ..Oct 12
"YAQUF" ....Oct 19
"MORAZAN" ,Oct. 28
- A1m Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service
fA STEA-tR' ....
- Weekly lai'sajs of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Articles, Saa Francisco
SPECIAL' ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
"V- ; CRISTOBAL ANDOR BAIBOA: '.
'. Te New fork and Return ....,. 1240.00
Te Lea Angeles and San Francisco and
Returning from Lea Angeles ......... $270.00
Te Seattle and Return $365.00
prise to the Tiger coaches; for
this ransrv lad his been worsini
out. with a determination that- wU
voe st. vraiouii s w jwiuu
for the past several lean
been the lack of good
boot the bail out of trouble areas.
(bnnk of a solution with Gibspn
M John Coffey both proving
Coffey, despite the fact that he
jvaiuaoje ou ui uui, in tins ui:
,. .. ,,- K. lhnIl.H ,, ,,.
(U luccess, jeu .waugnier snouit
this year. Despite bis small sut
ture Slaughter has befeir in t he
thick of the battle acainst the b:t.-ifor
rest of the Tisfers and has bee i
an excellent tackier. Few are wholes pilrt. 'KJo two Individual
ones that can get by him. His size j prises will be awarded any one
will be misleading to the opposi
tion when Jeff plays on defense.,
With plenty of hard work and a
wilt to win the Tigers could bring
home the bacon to the Gold Coast
this year. The road is still a' long;
one and time is running out. tick-
ets are already jon sale for the big'
jamboree and are going, fast
the Atlantic side populace 1 pre-f
pares for the opening of the 1956,
gridiron season. ; V- K'-
time to concede the election. They
are game canriages, aeuniteiy ao ao-equate
equate ao-equate or critters up to and in
Over 70 per cent of the kills re
ported so far were one shotters,
mercifully instant kills in that the
antelope or buck either pitched o-
ver m.ws. tracks or staggered
for less, than 25 yards.: There were
evident differences in the expan
sion performance of .various bul
lets used, but tnats a norrapl
; The big point is the there Were
mighty few trail-ujps,. '..only a finger-count
of instance where a
wounded animal had to be trailed
more than 100 yards or so. That
means fast, efficient game-droppingand
that's what every true
sportsman wants when he sets out
There are reasons for this which
tamed energies- bout where the
game is standing. The real rea
sons are that with the minimum
11 k:k ;-i j
Game animals don't' drop with
any load unless they are hit and
hit properly. Just seems this is
easier to do with the .243 or .244.
Ant1 that's why the gun world is
still yakking away about the twins
on their first birthday,
(Distributee by NEA Service),
DETROIT (NEA) Tke Chest
I nut of New York and Puerto Ri
co's Miguel Berrus meet in a 10
round featherweight match at the
Detroit Olympia, Sept. 21. ..
Site Of Play
The 1956 Canal Zone Mixed
Doubles Tournament win ee
rolled tnit Tear at me- uiaoio
i Bowling Center on Nov. S and 4.
entry wm ne .umnea to n
couple. The present prise list :
based, en no less than CO entries.
A total of S198 will be riven in
prizes as trophies. Six sets ef
doubles trophies will be present
ed on the handican scores, three
: r-, c.i .... luiwl
Pan Canal Service Center Mwl-
eowiera may-enter twice .nut
must have a different partner
each entry. No One team
mT collect more than one dou
person. Basically this is a handi
cap tournament-and all prizes
will be awarded 'accordingly,
Further informat on may be
o b t a I n e d by calling Balboa J
2-3068 or Albrook 6134, -. 4
, r ; ---; f
g ,.' x
t ,i...v -'. i. '. 'V1'
If the opener in the Panama
post level leape betwesn Coco
Solo and Army Atlantic, played
on the latter's court recently, ts
Indicative of tne -calibre of bas-
itetbaii to be- expectea m tne
ione this season, tne fans are in
fof a real treat
Coco Solo won the game 44-41
weathering a fourth, quarter bid
by the determined .''bushmas .''bushmas-ters."
ters." .''bushmas-ters." With two minutes of play
remaining. Army Atlantic pulled
within two points of viotory.
However, Navy took possession
of the ball and successfully froze
rt for the remainder of the con contest.
test. contest. Navy held a 12 point mar margin
gin margin at halftime.is .----fr
Player-coach Chuck Duran
paced the winners with 14
points. Phil Rash dumped in-15
points for the losers.. i 1
More than 50 Latin American
students from the USARCARIB
School at Ft Gullck witnessed
the1 thriller. For many, It -was
the first basketball contest they
had witnessed. v i
it. ci.-f rfv
Ted V&s G::.i$
In 0iiii HmCC
" CHICAGO," Sept. 19 (UP)
Mickey Mantle's SOth homPr
waa a thunderous blow, for it
clinched the.Amerlcan League
pennant for the Yankees, but
the New York slugger lost
ground to Ted Williams of
Boston in their battle for the
American League b at ting
Mantle had two hrts in five
at-bats against Chicago Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night to inch his batting
mark up to .350, but Williams
bagged three hits In four at at-bats
bats at-bats at Kansas City to hoist
bin average te .356.
Williams' big problem is that
be may not reach the mini minimum
mum minimum of 400 at-bats necessary
to qnalif y for the batting
-championship. The Red Sox
veteran has 36S times at bat
and needs 32 In the. nine re-
maining games an average
of 3.6 per game. It could be
f close. i ,'
OUT AT' SECOND Umpire Tom Gorman hangs up the out sign as Milwaukee's Hank Aar)h t
chugs Into second after bsing Ugged by Dodgers Junior Gilliam (right In. eighth Inning of j
Dodger-Brave game in New York. Brooklyn shortstOD Pee Wee Reese (left) seems appalled by t
the play. Braves mowd back Into first place with an 8-7 win. . s
Third Round At Panama Club
This year's edition of the -popular
annual Dunlop Golf Tourna
ment now beuig played over- the
Panama Golf Club course has ad advanced
vanced advanced into the third-round of play
and so far the majority of the
starting favorites ans still In con-
leniiun. ; ; ;
Despite the 'somewhat adverse.
weather conditionswhich have
been handicappng good golfing re
cently all matches have been com
pleted as scheduled and some ve
ry fine golf has been played. i
: Club handicaps are generally
proving to be well established as
most all of the first two round
matches ended with small mar
gins of victory.
Notable amongst (he close play played
ed played matches was the Harvey Beall
versus ai uirsaie second round
match wherein after 18 holes all
was even. "Le Chip" Beall finally
goi ine nest or tne veteran Xor-
sale with his "gimme-putt" chips
to the flag to advance Into the
quarter. finals. :i .,
Chaplain Father Donovan of the
U.S. Army displayed some fine
gold to cause Balboa's golfing den
Ust "Doc" Mitten to g allthe
way before side-llnmz him.
The biggest tournament Upset
to date was when, Gordon
"Bricks-for-sale" Dalton, the lock-:
er room tenor of the Panama Golf
Club, proved tio much of a brick
wall for Doc Tatchmans" Ger
rans to penetrate. Other second
round survivors included Tony
janKUS. Bill LeBrun. Bob Torres
Major Tom Connor and Roy Glic-
Third round matches are sched
uled to be completed by 6 p.m
this coming- Sunday Sept. 23 the
results of which will narrow the
field of the original 32 qualifiers
in both the championship and 1st
flight to four contestants who will
be shooting for the beautiful silver
prizes donated by the tournament
sponsor Agendas uoei, distribu
tors of the famous Dunlop 63 golf
bail. ( k -Pairings
are as follows';
. I Championship Flight
T Jankus vs G. Dalton ; r
Dr. Mitten vs W. LeBrun -;
H. Beall vs R. Torres
T. Connor ts R. Ghckenhaus
Sibauste Vs MuIIarkey
Wilhs vs Demena
- Mayles vs Purdv
Banks vs E, Fidanque
Massct 'vj M. Arias
Martini vs More
. Call vs R. Novey
- A 's
Censolatrm Flight ; I J A "',',. I
f t y- 1 trJi' ;nfriJ--Vi-ivrif' -y-" r-,,'',-'-,'-ifiv"'7iftifiiiY'M'i"J-'-t'w"-w'M-i"ir sm wisaiiuiJLauaswwswaMiiaMaMMaMaMMiMawiMwwmejgi4 if
DOUBLE PLAY Smokey Burgess, Cincinnati Reds catcher, is
forced at second In the second Inning of the Dodgfr-Cincinr
natl game in New York. ChRrlie Neal, Dodgers' second base baseman
man baseman fires ball to first to complete double play on Roy Mc.
Mlllan. Brooklyn won, 3-2. .,.. i
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. You know you are in style with an amow White Shirt.
In their fashion-and in their comfort, toothey are every-
thing, a shut should be.,; -- ; ;-,T v '7 v
Every shirt is tailored throughout with all the crafts'.
manship for which ARRQW is famous. With them you can i
be aure of high qualify fabric and a perfect fit. And they're
' "Sanforized" labeled for permanent fit. y
You'll find ARROW Shirts in a wide variety of collar
r styles that satisfy every taite. Only by seeing them can i i-you
you i-you appreciate them. You'll find them at better stores.
Bill Gross Wins Medalist ..
Honors At Ft. Amador .Club
The 36 hole aualif vine rounds for
ship were completed Sunday wil i
"Bur- uross, Albrook. Alb wiaf
ning out as medalist, with a atea-
ayi-b!t lor a total of 13e.- '. t.
mere was a. loiai oi b enures
for the tournament, in which thi
first round of match play star s
this week. All flights have throug
Sunday t3 Sep to complete their
iirsi rouna matcnes.
irst round matches. ; ';
There will be five flights in ad
ditiofl.to the chamnionsfaiD fJicl.t
and the pairings are listed as fo.l
lows; a,. ... .-.
Gross vs Biggs . j
Mitten vs Beall
Lombroia vs Dirke! ;
'Dickens vs Chadwick' ., '
Smith, J vs-Drennan
Stovall vs Murphy
: McGowan vs Laozs
Todd vs Carney s;'
't C,.; Firs! Flight",, f
Gildersleevs vs Kosik
Latham vs Roby, -J ;i
Donovan vs Senne t:
v Owens vs McCardcB
;Kincaid vs Rice, J 'v.
Jacks, T vs Jaggers
Fish vs Moran . t
'(Post vs Knoll
1 : Second Flight
Grow vs, Williams, R. T.
At A Glance v
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' ; 1 1 i'
Pet Gb ,GI
M Iwaukee 1 18
.512 Vt S
Games remaining : V,. ? '.
Brooklyn (10 At home (61
St. Louts, Sept. 19; Philadelphia,
Stpt. 25, 26; Pittsburgh, Sept. 28,
29, 3Q. Away (4) Pittsburgh,
Sept 21, 22, 23. 24.
M'lwaukee ,(8) At home (3)
Chicago, Sept, 21, 22, 23. Away
(5) Pittsburgh, Sept. 19; Cincin Cincinnati,
nati, Cincinnati, Sept. 25; St. Louis, Sept.
28, 29, 30.
C'ncliiPll (9) At 1-ome IS)
St. Louis, Sept.: 2L, 22, 23, 24;
Milwaukee, Sept. 25. Away (4),
Phllaaelphia, Sept. 19, 19; Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, Sept. 9, 30i
FIRST IN FASHION
, With men's white and fancy
shirts, ties, handkerchiefs,
; underwear, sportswear, sfacks,
swun trunks and boys' wear.
Jamison vs Cain -McNamara
McAmis vs.-Clevenger s
iFransworth vs Klme
Duffus vs Bell
O'DeU vs Casteneda
j Horjrk vs- Badonsky
N Wood TS -Ryberg
. Williams; J.. N. vs Rya
r.ennoti vs uatcneior
Hardie vs Best
Browne, C. w Binder
Rowan vs Suisman
Dean vs Chester
"J Prouth Flight
Kennedy vs Bowman
Briehi vs Cavanaugh :
Jorgenson vs: Wilber
Smith. S. k vs Brace
Wieckhorst. vs Lehuiaq.
Da vies vs Peralta
Mack ys Holda .:
Mecadow vs Greene --.
1 1 i
, Trifone vs Vintes ;
Kihlgren vs Bve
Skinner vi Smltt,( J. P. ; ?
. Schumacher vs Bye 1 : i
Esslinger vs Coogan' -
Hammell vs Bye
Stephanson vs Bye -c
Artese vs Bye- .; ,,r v c t
- .: , it
The rules committee announced"
(hat it will be the responsibility of
each player to arrange his indivi-
dual match at the -convenience of.;
both players, j y' 1 j
Those? matched which have mof mof-been
been mof-been completed by Saturday, niEht"
will have priority on the starting--tee
commencing at 9 a.m. on Sun-"
day, Sept. 23.. '' : i: T
v Golfers in this category are urg-t
ed to get their -requesl m eerly
for a starting time. (Phone 82-'
; Double In Cinemascope 1 v..
Cvd Charisse in "vv'
"MEET ME IN LAS VEGAS
Leslte Caron in
Today -IDEAL ,20 .10
. Man Victoria In
"Estoy Tan Enamorada"
Arturo de Cordova in
"LAS TRES PERFECTAS
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TE2 PANAMA AMERICA?! AN VST ZTZZST T .Vni KZTf SPAJTH
::i i r 1
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DjFFEP.SNT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
r r i
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LEAVE YOUK AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PAN AM A
r 'a -.if
. LIBRER1A PRECIADbi C .' i LOURDES PHARMACY f LEWIS SERVICE HOUSEHOLD, EXCHANGE , .. FARMACIA EL BATURRO
I Stmt No. U ' JI1U Carrasouilla '.'... At TlvtU No. 4 ..'.'.J. Tei. at 1 Oasa Ave. Ke, 41 f arquo Lefevre I Stmt ; MLTVIMUM
Anciai Internal: dPuplicacion FARMACIA LOMBARDO k' V FARMACIA ESTADOS ONIDOS ; FOTO DOMY ; FARMACIA '"SAS" ; ... i rnn'
No. 3 Lottery Flaxa A :.y, ' '' .. No. M "B" Street i ; .,- .' -f 11 Central Ave, .; Joate Arosemeiia Ave. and S3 St Via Porraa ill fUU
U- CASAZALDO ... MORRISON v v " FARMACIA, LUX ' FARMACIA VAN-DER-JIS 'NOVEDADESATHIS, 12 WORDS
;' ';' CeaJfoJ A, 48 '.XV; .jK Ilk of July Ave.' J it. M Central. Aveau K t 8twt '' 1 .. Via Espana Ave.' '' . ..
5 JIM RIDpE
- Phone Panama Z-055S
Write Box U Balboai CX
Hours S to 12., 1:30 to' 5
Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon.
, Alter hours Pan 8-1050
( "' Educational. LWe.
Automobile, Fire. etc.
TRANSPORTtS BAXTER. S. A.
racntrt anipp. -Phont
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOl
Ridinf Jmpi9 Clrt d'l
to 5 a.m. PhM ""5l
Or DT Jppoimm.
' classic, popular and jasa ;
3i Street No. f-A-TeLS-1596
' Open until 1:0 P-V
CANAL ZONE TEEN-AGER
Back to school with a smart
, !A pin curl wave tea can
r well afford.
VJttXX Beaaty Salon
Learn 5 Dances lor $15
Cha Cha-Cha, Merengue,
It Tar.gri' Si etc.
' BAIBQA -M9
o-it v.. ftmre down"
u At; Juste Arosemena S-M17
d7. BCHOIA trained Chtropeoirt
"LEGiMef NOTICE ;
vsnto states or ammuca
, Canal Zone
Unite States District i Court 1 For The
District of The Canal Eone
a,,.. y niun. Plaintiff vs. tnar
lotto k. Blscoe. Defendant. Summons
Cw l n..ClvU Docket Action
!lj"ikIC'hAinamear defendant: J
You are hereby ..tacaxM Ite .PPf-r
and answer the complaint filed" ."gainst the SS Guayas and the Compa-
hnve-entltled action witnin ninny u.j..ftil comercial Naviera, S.A., in a Cause
after the first Hate or P"n
In ease of your failure to so appear
and answer, Judgment will be taj1"; taj1";-pinst
pinst taj1";-pinst you by default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded In the complaint. y
Witness the Honorable Guthrie-' F F-Crowe,
Crowe, F-Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District oi the Canal Zone,
Clerk. ; r
Sri) Bytel Harrlsen .".'
' Deputy Clerk.
- To Charlotte A. Biscoe: ..
m. (.,;. ntnmrtna 1l SerVM UD-
on' you by publication purtuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie P. Crowe
Judge, United States District Court for
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
August S. 1958. and ;ntrd, "''
i tki. ..ti in th office of the Clerk
of said United States District Court for
the Division or Samoa, o" nujiai
,9M C. T. McCermlck, Ir.
RvaLo K. HaRlson
' Deputy Clerk.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
ARIAS, MATVSS1 ) ASSOCIATES
Bahot ridoelarto tlt
Blokmlgon ,.i'.. ........ 10
Cemento panam ,. TJ -S0
Cerveceria Naclonal .... SS
Chlrtcanai de tecbe .... 11 ;
Cuentaa Comerdalea (
Pref, with Com.
DsrUUdort Naclonal ,w '
, pre! srlth Con. : M et
Flnanxas. 8 A. .. y .'.: ".
Praf. with Cora. ,.... ,1"
Puersa jr Lua Pret ... 41 18 i
ruerxe r Uia-Com ... K t
Hoteles IntaratDertcaiiea. .'SS4
General de Seguroa ..... SS '
Panamefta de Aeeltee ... .. .. M
Panamefta da Fibres ... O
Panamefta de Seguroa S 'XI
Panamefta de Tabeco .. 10 11 lZ
Teatro Bella vltta i f 50
reatro Central US
BOX 2031, ANCON, CX
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALEi Ntcchl Bn Mira Mira-M191C
M191C Mira-M191C Wheel,, like- new in lolid
mihogany cabinet $295. Why
am I telling M Because I bought
a "Necchi Supernova." Phone
Mm. Chate. Balboa 1751.' V
FOR SALE BARGAIN. Almest
new State Centable tewing mt-
t china in excellent condition,
J 1 00; aba used kerosene refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, 7 cubic ft. capacity.
Econogas, SJk. t Branch), Tivoli
Are. Phone 2-2628. V
FOR SALE: -. Leaving. Child's -,
car, electric broiler, outdoor fur-
nlture, lamp, etc. See at 2316 2316-A,
A, 2316-A, Las Crucet, Balboa. ":
FOR SALE: One small upright
. piano, good condition, $150. M
Street, House 1, Apt. 721 or 15.
FOR SALE: Gat refrigerator in
: good condition, $25. Phone S-
3589,- ,v, ;-y :-:
FOR SALE: 10 and 15-meter
. amateur radio beams. Call BaU
boa 3167. ,j 7 lr:"
FOR SALE: 25-cycra refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, 16-(n. boy's bicycle, 25-cy-
cls Bendix washer, step ladder,, V
16mm movie camera,. fx7 .film
: tank,, miscellaneous lumber: and
2" pipe. 790-C Tavernilla1 St.,
Balboa, or call Balboa 316T.
D(lir Vho Helped
Stamp Out Fever
Here Dies In Ala.-; :
ANNISTON, Aa:;;Sept.v 19.
r 'tar -2 r t i a. i.L
UP)-Maj. Gen Robert Noble, one
of the doctors ., who stamped 1 outrThe ; Small. Business Administra
yeUow fever in the Panama Canal'
Zone, diet last night at the age of;
85. He had been ill "for several
Noble, former assistant Surgeon
General who retired in 1925, Jied 1
at the Station' Hospital at Ft. Mc
ClellanvHe had lived here; since,
nis reuremem ana was acuve in.
A native of Rome,1 Ga., he was
associated with Col William Craw-!ers
ford Gorgas in experiments that
wiped out yellow lever during the
construction of the Panama Canal.
He als was A member of a com commission
mission commission that studied the disease in
Ecuador and South Africa'
1 He is survived by his widow, one
'brother and ?one sister, funerali
. services were not immediately ai ai-inounted.
inounted. ai-inounted. i 1
UNITED STATES Of AMERICA ."
. Canal Zone ..,
; United Slates District Court tor the
District ot the Canal Zone
Texas Petroleum Company, Libelant,
v. SS Guayas and CompaAia Comercial
Naviera. S A.. ResDondenta. In Admiral-
tty. No. 4382.'' v :
wnereas, on ine ln oay oi aeptem aeptem-nr.
nr. aeptem-nr. 105A. Texas Petroleum Company
filed Procesa in Rem and In Personam
in the United States, District Court of
the Canal. Zone,- Balboa Division, a
of ContraeL Civil and Maritime:
And. whereas, by virtue of process In
due form of law, to me directed, re
turnable on the 3rd day of October,
1956, I have seized and taken we said
SS Guayas and have her In my custoday:
Notice is hereby given that a District
Court will be held in the United States
uisirict court noom, m ine town oi
Ancon, Canal Zone, at I a.m. on the
3rd day of. October. 195C. for the trial
of said premises, and the- owner or
owners, and all persons who may have
or claim any interest, are nereoy cited
to be and appear at the time and place
aforesaid to show cause, if any thev
have, whv a final decree should not
pass as prayed.
. united state marsim
' Joseph I. Klncald
Arias, Pabrega and Fabrega v
Proctors for Libelant . T1 x
'Till 10:00 p.m
' ATTENTION G. LI Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water,,
Phone Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
unfurnished or completely f ur-v
niihed whfi linen and dishes at
El Cangrejo. Two bedrooms, two
bathrooms, dining living room,
maid's room with bath, all icreen icreen-ed,
ed, icreen-ed, garage and hot water. Phone,
.during; butineu hours, '2-032lf
after business hours, 2-3525. :
' FOR RENT) Unfurnished two-bedroom-.
apartment in: pleasant
surroundingt. Two baths, living
, room, garage, maid's room, hot
. watet installation $90. Bella VU VU-fa,
fa, VU-fa, 44th Street No. 32, Apt. 4.
Phone 3.0815. V
' FOR RENT: Modern apart-
. menti in exclusive El Cangrejo,
near El' Panama. -Phono 3-5692.
Apply at 2034 7a. Via Eipana.
FOR RENT-3-bedroom apartr
ment, ."Hispania" Building, No.
3 Colombia St.. Garage, -maid's
'room, $115. J.
Wanted To Rent
WANTED: 2-bedroom houso
or apartment, preferable in Be Be-tenia.
tenia. Be-tenia. Will take good care of
property. Phone 3-5092.
Ike Says GOP Has
Funds To Ldsri v
; WASHINGTON. Sent. 19 fUPV
tion told : President Eisenhower
yesterday that U has sufficient
funds to meet the credit needs of
all "sound small firms unable to
obtain funds elsewhere.' ;
The report was made to the
President hv Wenrlpll BarnAB
head of the agency. Mr. Eisenhow-
er contcrrea with Barnes and Ar-
thur Burns, chairman of the Pres President's
ident's President's Council of Economic Advis-
arid the Cabinet Committee on
Small Business.' r ...
Mrs. Eisenhower." had asked
Barnes to report on the funds a
vailable, and the; procedures fol followed,
lowed, followed, for. making small business
loans. ' ;..' "'-'' .-J :.
Barnes said local offices of the
Samll Business Administration
have been instructed to process
loan applications Dromotlv.v He
said hi3 agency, is determined to
meet the "legitimate c r e d i
needs'Vof all small firms unable
to obtain other financine.
After the White House rrieeting,
carries was asKea aoout nemo
cratic-, cnarges that his agency,
has been stow in carrying out ap ap-rpoved
rpoved ap-rpoved loans. He said 78 per cent
of approved loans have been dis disbursed.
bursed. disbursed. The agency, he said, has
50 million dollars for loans.
Barnes told Mrs. Eisenhower in
his report that larger firms can
borrow directly from or through
feaera Reserve Banks.
"m npnojsajgaai m sajg,
E s;t S 3 s
, .0.60 8.30
5:07 7:0 8:57 p.m.
Of The Last
'HTTIW as" ts
It A oi
U -':v iswai I I-I
I I-I aVv w.ifuiir y
If . '..
Beginners' course in Ballroom
Dancing for Junior High Stu Student!
dent! Student! starting Oct. 3rd. DORESI
WAITES School Of Dancing, Co Co-lumbut
lumbut Co-lumbut Club, Balboa. Phono 2 2-2363."
2363." 2-2363." -.-
' Cotillions balroem dancing for
x 'teen-agers and pre-teens Re Re-t
t Re-t gistration tonight at El Panama
Hotel Please 'telephone Llona
Sean 3-1661 for further infor information.
mation. information. ;' V
BY, POPULAR DEMAND
Miy HARNETT wiU hold
ballroom dance classes al
CRISTOBAL MCA start starting
ing starting Sept. !?th Thursdaj
and every Thursday there thereafter,
after, thereafter, for ADULTS, COU COUPLES,
PLES, COUPLES, PRE-TEENS-TEENAGERS
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. AU types of
dances both American and
Latin will be taught. For
further information call
HARNETT & DUNN
Ohio Ph.:no 7crkers
Sls2 V!Vc-jIf Cut
' PORTSMOUTH, 0 Sept. 19
(UP) The people of Ports Portsmouth
mouth Portsmouth gathered together all a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable manpower today in an
effort Jo set up some klnd-'of
communication in the midst of
a telephone blackout.
" All telephone service "was
halted last night when the
strikebound Ohio Consolidated
Telephone Company shut down
the m:m- exchange here after
two of its repair
Five men were injured when
strikers attacked them as they
were repairing cables cut in the
nine-week old strike against the
rampany i by the Communica
tions', workers of America, yn-
Two of the five injured men
Off-duty policemen, Sheriff s
denuties and state highway pa
trolmen were called b 4 c k to
duty. Police officials -ordered a
24-maa auxiliary police force to
An emergency communication
system and courier service was
established linking '. the city's
two radio stations and the po police
lice police fire and sheriff's depart departments.
ments. departments. Taxi cabi and private
autos were pressed into service
to carry .emergency messages to
and from the three hospitals
,. -. i
Young motorists, members of
the Portsmouth's: Hot Rodders'
Club, were being used as cou couriers.
riers. couriers. The striking Communica Communications
tions Communications Workers of America have
volunteered their service.1 as
couriers. And extra policemen
walked beats In order to relay
emergency messages during the
60c.v TODAY 30c.
? DOUBLE ATTRACTION I
v ANNA M GNANI
Burt Lancaster in
"THE RO$i TATOO"
Elisabeth Taylor r
' Dana Andrews In
"The Elephant Walk".
' In TECHNICOLOR 1
2raJ Lied For B!
MOi SqaiMi Slnu StlMHi tkrt USJTEt MIISIS
" Jn -TECHNICOLOR I
FOSTER'S COTTAGIS and largo'
beach' house. One mile past Ca-1
sine. Phono Blboa 1 866.
PHILLIPS Oceenside Cettaiee,
Santa Clara. Bex 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama I-1 877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnithed apartmenri
at' Santa Clara Beach. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Smith, Balboa 3Ail.
8EACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses,.?
. Phone Thompson Balboa. 1772.
FOR. SALE Chest of drawers,
d retting table with large mirror,
. table model General Electric ra-
dio, RCA console modal 24-in.
teleTision. Phone Curandu 7124.
FOR SALE: Mahogany living
room furniture, plastic ', covered i
innenpring -cushions, 7 pieces.
C" p'"m 4955 after 4. N
FOR SALE-8.5 oi. ft. Frigid"
ire $50. 0776, Apt. I, William..
son PI, -,fvi s."4 V c -v-.' r
Would the three Spanish Ladies l
that called at house 1 539-B, I
Balboa, phono 2-3203 and'
bought some glassware please
call after 4:15 p.m. this week J
I would like to buy back the tray
that was sold in error. I would
like to buy ft back due to its
sentimental value to my wife.
J S. Skinner, Jr., Box' 453 Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE
Ron!. & Motors
FOR SALE OR TRADE: l5-ft.
seml-V bottom 38" plywood
: hull, buirt for rough water and
capable of high speed. Needs re-
. painting. Sell reasonable or trade
for similar lighter hull 12 to 14
ft. 366-B, France Field. Phono'
f :AL: 1 .ite at 1, ..a
Clara, furnished. Retiring. Will
sacrifice. Phone 6-441.
FOR SALE: House completely
furnished in Rio Segundo da Al Al-ajuela,
ajuela, Al-ajuela, in Costa Rica, with fruit
trees,. 8 rooms. Phono 1208-A,
Colon. j k
FOR SALE: Let In Carre Cam Cam-'pana
'pana Cam-'pana in beautiful location. Own-,
or leaving .Any reasonable offer
considered. Call Balboa 3167.
l".'-, : k -'!'!' H. .. f 1 ',.
At Jamaican Hall
Contestants from Rtn Aha In Plin
rrillo. I.a Rnra and Paraion nrill
cumDeie in amateur talent n v
tomorrow nlpht at the J
society auditorium. , ;
Twi prizes will be awarded for
uie Desi Dennrmanrea in miiiir
vocai renaiuons and elocution.
. 1'h.lsirw mill U..
program featuring experienced ar 1
ritiTtj crorrincr ar ti m m
vu, utHttsn obsj i a. lit. v
Contestants Include Alberto Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, Richard Phillips, Patricia Pig Pig-trntt.
trntt. Pig-trntt. Franklin Fnrrl Mvm. Rrnnle
Ethel McCalla, Marva Kerr, Eart
Fergus, Linda Robinson. Claudette
ooiey, myrna Liasneiy,, niiguet ua ua-ballero,,
ballero,, ua-ballero,, Catherine Shockness and
iiib SL Via Esrmna BeUa VlaU
u IVIVfl Hi
1 TODAY 1:V,:MI
$1.10 per Car!
Robert Taylor Ann Blyth
Stewart Granger In
"ALL THE BROTHERS I
'. In TECHNICOLOR! ss
Action! Suspense... w off
great picture! f
. GLENN FORD r
, DONNA REED in
MUSA SELL: 1955 Pontiac
Convertible. Perfect condition,
; duty paid. Will accept highest
: offer. Call 3-17i2.
FCR SALE: 1953 Cadillac 4 4-.
. 4-. door. Series 62. Radio, hydrama hydrama-tir.
tir. hydrama-tir. Phone Curandu 7124.'.
I0R SALE: 1941 Pontiac Da-ue4-door
Sedan with heater
and hydramatic drive, $350.
House 0858-1, Balboa, Phone-2-2362.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 2-door
Sedan, good paint, plastic covers,
tires, a good second car for $350.
Smeot t Hunnicutt, S.A., Colon.
FOR. SALE: 1951 Ford. V-
Convertible,- a real clean car for
the v e r y low price of $595.
i Smoot O Hunnicutt, S.A., Colon.
FOR SALE: 1953. Nymeuth 4 4-door
door 4-door Sedan, good paint, tires and
plastic seat covers. Drive It sway
for $995. Smoot fir Hunnicutt,
' SA, Colon. .,',';."
-i .FOR SALEt 1951 Na-sh 4-door
- Sedan, good paint, radio, bed
t and .tires.. A bargain- for $325
full' price. Smoot t Hunnicutt,,4'
FOR SALE 1951 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door Sedan,' new painty plastic
seat covert,-good tires.,. A real
bargain for only $650 full price.
Smoot 6- Hunnicutt, S.A.
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac Con Convertible
vertible Convertible Coupe, new top, new
paint, hyd., radio. This car ts in-new-
car condition. A steal for
$1225. Smoot fir Hunnicutt,
S.A, Colon. : .1 t T m,
FOR SALE: To highest bidder,
ne 1947 Buick Sedan in used
condition. .This automobile can:
be seen an day at the Obrat Pu Publics!
blics! Publics! corral between 7:30 a.m.
and I pjn. This automobile will
be sold to the highest bidder on
September 28, 1956. Full infor information
mation information can bo -obtained at the
Bureau of Public Roads, Via Et Et-psna
psna Et-psna No. 16, Panama City,
FOR SA1 F: rn-ellent 1949 Ca Ca-.
. Ca-. ; nr. manv aood
tenures, $wJ. Atmf 84-2249
FOR SALE '53 Buick Road Road-master
master Road-master Riviera, air cond., power
steering, power brakes, radio,:
heater, E-Z eye glass, all around,
. completely deluxe and priced for
quick sale. Call Balboa 3338 aft after
er after '4:30 p.m ''.
, FOR SALE: .1951 Cldt "98"
-4-door sedan. This car Is the
' best buy in town. Radio, hydra hydra--
- hydra-- mafic, nek 2 -tone paint job, new
upholstery, good tires, etc., 22,-
000 miles, one owner. ; Phone
FOR SALE, 1956 Ford Station
Wagon (Country Sedan) 4-door,
S passenger. Used only three.
' months. Many extras. Phone Ft.
Kobbe 6231 or see at 951-8,
Ft. Kobbe Big Tree Area.
FOR SALE 1951 Merc. 2-dr.,
radio-and O.D, Excellent condi condition
tion condition $595. Qtrs. No. 690 Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du Hts. 83-7102.
Gal Loses Bsllio
.1 r .1 .... i.'.,i .('.'.-
To Share Jail :
Csd Viih Kubby
WASHINGTON, Sept. 19 (UP)
-Mr MinniA moo tznvne T.nnnv
lost her fight to share her hus-
oana s jau pea.
'i ne capital's city tamers
ruled it Is not the custom in this
country to allow prisoners to
nave marital relations witn tneir
Tt. 'all t,arsn last inril when
tVia VtiicKanrf SiraVilrin PnvnP 7
was sentenced to from 21 month.
to 6 years m au ior grana lar larceny
ceny larceny and housebreaking. ? f
v Mrs. Payne, 21-year-old moth-
a. tnm anntanriait f tie Ken.
tence punished her as well as
ner nusoana oy aenyuig hci
marital relations. She asked jail
nfftr-lnlx. tn allnnr her to share
his prison bed. The Paynes are
When prison Director Donald
Clernmer rejected her plea, she
appealed to the District of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Commissioners who act
as sort of a city council.
The commissioners, m an opin-
Ia I , n w Pnvnnratlnn
Counsel Chester H. Gray, sided
(with Clemmer. They also said
they are confident of winning
if Mrs. payne carries out her
threat to appeal to the courts.
Want A Dry Martini
Tokyo Press Club
, TA1TVA C-a 10 fTTP Th
J, VII A V ) uvpi t'
Tokyo Foreign Correspon dents
uuo loaay ciatmeo me nouui ui
serving the world's driest mar
A check of the bar stocks showed
rnrmimntinn nf lift hntlles of tin
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur fur-nithed'
nithed' fur-nithed' large room. Bella Vista,5
Mexico Ave. 69, near 43rd St.
Wanted to Biiy
. WANTED r Stand ing fan in
' food operating condition. Apply
- to Case Central, 9126 Bolivar
Avenue. Phone 414, Colon.
' (Continued from Page 1)
at the morning session'. It called
for: i ... :,
1. -A "'small Jinpratino staff"
; 2.v An expert 'administralivc
bkvih io neaa it
A "small governing board"
selected from the Diiiim nian no J
tions to set policy and report back!gers fr New York. Four' passen-
w me xo powers,
Oulles skipped the earlier sua-
oestion hf h.j i ..
derable concern among 10me of
- "- --uiu cons j-,
the Dulles nlan n a i J
brought charaeV nf wrl;k. .....
vocations from Egypt-that the
.vv,.,.un rry to push "test
eonvoys" through the waterway.
He alsO,avoir)pH nutrml,, r.
ence to the collection of canal tolls
uyuie' associatin rather ban he
SJ'Wiaiis. .. -r. .'; .'. "'.'..
; Eaen snej-ifieallu t. i
functin.. c .'.,.';:.., .. .. .. .....
Lloyd, iri onenmc tha
,a.W that Egyptian president Ga-
jection of the original Dulles plan
uiauo H necessary to recon
Vene the 18 nafinnc
Lloyd '.said the British govern government
ment government "conlrl nnt
stricted control by one government
i c over ine vital waterway
"We feel (hint fhera nU V-
,. t-vum UC uy
cuinpromise on mat," he said.
no said Nasser might, at any
moment, repudiate any agree agree-mept
mept agree-mept and this made io necessa necessary
ry necessary that the Canal bo placed un under
der under international control. T
ly predicted today that the second
. ....... uu.. viuci ciico, .wui tail
m its mission to organize a Canal
Users Association. .' e.
Relicious leadere in IT
ed full support of Nasser and vow-
eu io sacruice au lor the inother-
laim in ine auei crisis , ..
rLt. Col. AnwarS SaHat r'
member- of Egypt's old j u n t a,
swamuigiy rwerrea to the 18-na-
uon iLonaon meeting as a "confer-
MPS' At tlafi. II
-"Today the barking of','. fl' o g s
siaiis anew, ne wrote in the gov
eminent nrean : ai .. nnmhr..,.;.
Dog" is the worst epithet in the
Arabic laneuace :
. ai tne same time, Egypt left the
door open for a Suez settlement on
passers lerms. Xhe newspaper Al
Akhbar said. . ...
. It is not strange that 25 states
should have already ranged them themselves
selves themselves on F.fvnt's ciHo k .nn..
ing her proposal for the creaUon of
negotiating oody. ,- v
. "The 18 countries mooting in
London to seHle the Suet problem
re trying to enter through the
window instead of going through
the door, despite the fact t h t
the door is wide open.'
- Egypt continued to tighten its
belt against the effect bf Western
economic pressure. The newspaper
Al lAhram tsairl th Mu.rnn,ni
has established a committed to
siuuy uie canning of foreign cigar-
After Serving Jail ;
lerm, iolon Wins
- !'.' ' .: '. s .'..I .. :
BOSTON, Sept. 19 (UP)
Democratic ReS Thomas T Tjn7
chusetts nrimarv In a hirt t ha
como th- fi VnnraV-
,,. ---r- coming session oi iiuuuuq uivuito
S,e5 tVriSOn termi' returnS court- married his Hungarian Hungarian-IT.
IT. Hungarian-IT. :;''' -:- ? fborn Wife in 1954. the same year
Foster Fnreoln wnri th rvrnin. ', .. ; Si-
Lcraiic nomination Tor governor.
i,ane peat iour opponents yes-1 Mrs. .Pursey was married pre pre-terday
terday pre-terday in the 7th congressional viotsly to Baron Haszar, a Hun-'
wuwc ucniutiain; nuui
ination is wntamount to eiec
hamna At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight
BALBOA 6:15 8:00
A UNfVtRSAt-INllRMAflOftM. PCIUXC
Thurs. "Wnslow Boy'1
SANTA CRUZ 6:15-7:25
; FOR RENT Furnished house in
, Ecuador Ave. No. 28 with three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, maid's
room with bath, interior yard,
; garage hot water,, living room,
dining room and kitchen. Yon
can see ft during office hours.
Also another haute with 4 bed-
: rooms, garden, etc.
The Panama 'liner : Annnn Id
scheduled to sail -from Cristobal
Saturday with a list of S3 nasspn-
gcta aic uuuseu jur ron au
l,rI"ce Haiti-' .'' -' ......
Those Sailing fnr Haiti' nro fcv.
w st0 ernamlz. Miss Fay Hardy,
Max Levine, and Miss Antoinette, -L.
PieronL t I
The COmDlete Rrlvani-a nac con. -'
ger list for New York follows:-.
miss Betty Allen; Mrs. Port
Bain; Mrs. Catherine B a y e r,
James Brundage; Gordon Chue;
miss jcueen uonnoiiy; Lawrence
D'Antonio; Dr.. and Mrs. Clinton
DeBaun; Mr. and Mrs. Julio De
Leon and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
William ft DeVore: MW and Mrs.
ttaymond J. t Donahue;' Mr. and
Mrs., Erie A.. Faperhero- Mr. .-,
Mrs, 'Antonio Fernandez'; Victoria
i ernaanaez; Mrs. Margaret M.
Fernandez; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Grower;, Col. anrl Mr Julian n
Hearne nd 2 children; and lts! '.
Anna m: aenjvins. .1 ; ;
Miss Clara Kirchmer;rMr. and
Mrs. Walter H Malnna inrf Yl,ok-
ter; Leonard N Martin; Miss
manon Manson; Henry Mason;
Mr. and Mrs. -Joseph McManus;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Neon an;
John O'Rourke; Miss Dorothy
Paimich; Mr. and, Mrs.' G. Ross
Parsons; Mrs. Rosemary Reardnn
and dauehter- Mr mH Xfc ai. ;
D("T Saannen ami rlniioMur. "m
and iurs.''Edwai'd J. Shepherd;
M.. and Mrs.Harold J. Sherman
and 3 children; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Stoddart; John Sullivan;
Mr. and. Mrs. Nnrman A T.mr.
and'Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Tompl
kins. -: . :-,ir'- ... :,
Red Air AttacheS 1
Mum On Increasing
Moscow Air Koute
. EDINBURGH, Scotland. Sept.
1 9(UP) The Tnternntlnnal li.
- rvwHtfivudi ATA 4 A
Transport Association rolled out
iuj Desi na carpet yesterday
for Col.;' Anton Konstantinov.
ouvici, an anacne in London.
But he. refused to discuss the
possmmty or increased airline
service between Russia and the
West. -vvk'v.. .';-,
JKonstantlnov 1 had drinks,
lunch, and a guided tour of
the IATA ; convention as the
guest of its Piesident, Lord
Douglas,' who also is chairman
of the nationalized British Eu European
ropean European Airways. i
Douglas had hoped to enlist
Konstantinov's help is persuad persuading
ing persuading Russia to join IATA and
to let ctsA operate inio Mos Moscow
cow Moscow but all the attache would
talk- shout, is his. current auto
tour of Britain. c
Wife To Fight";
Petition To Annul ;
Marriage To MP,;
LONDON, Sept. 19 (UP) -"Mrs.
T.ilhan Pnrsev. now in Montreal.
. ItiM ny her mem-
061 of Prliament husband for an
ent thr arri.ge, j it
i" b.:''- 'J
i- Sociaust m. r. mnj fUTsey i
nis previous marriage was o t-
- yanan, ana ur, vxisn maisa,., a
- Greek lawyer.' Matsa died two
'months after the wedding in 1953.
DIABLO HTS. 6:15 7145
"I Cover TheUnderworld"
Thurs. "This Is My Love"
Fri. ''I, Cover the Underworld
MARGARITA 6:15 VM;
"THE HOUSTON STOftY"
rnurs. "Anarocies & The Lion
CRISTOBAL 6:15 7:55
Also showing Thursday!
PARAISO 6:15 7:35
"THREE BAD SISTERS"
LA BOCA 7:00
CAMP Fit RD 6:15 8:38
CORNER, "H" and DARIEN
and five bottles of vermouth.
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5IKE THIS 15 XXR 5TERUH6
HOVEVfH, WEN THS A CTWfi Off TO J
HS DlAT VeOAT, IT W0K7 BE FAULT f
f IPEA, LEE, VOU'U. B05S TM
f n 1 FLIGHT.
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It's a Wise Girl
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H1GHWW IM THV "X SADDLE UP I I P0URGUY5 THERE'S BEEM A FEMfT Birr IPAve Twifi
IHUbfc PWS vtLAJNIT TVJJVc. THE JEEF. I I GONNA DOf ONLY FOUR 1 THATU f TO HA UF1 1
i BUFFALO OF OJKS.BUXXEP.7 GOT TOO I LETS GO A I WITH FIVE I THOUSAND HOU THOSE HANDLE 'EM.'
ihktks iWJNb tiUnfTN! i-i l JILLKJN SIX HUNDRcP 1 CwTTERs.'
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Easy to Learn
ct f. auaan
TOTEM OF CUTIES-Four
Kendiiorra liters peek around
corner akiard the USNS
General Lartfltt. They'd just"
arrive In Jfew York fcom
Germany. girls, together
With their J parents and a
brother, wa( sattle. In Win Winchester,
chester, Winchester, Va, frhera their father
was a priiomr at war to 194.
From ton tobottom, they arc
Oerhild, lfl;,B r u n h 1 1 d, 18:
Helga, 22;' aid Ellen. IS,
Storm h Algeria
ficials yesteray counted IT dead
In East US Will
Be Below Normal
WASHINGTON. Sept. 19-fUP)
The weather bureau yesterday
forecast below normal tempera
tures over the eastern half of the
nation during the next 30 days.
It said temperatures should av average
erage average above normal in the west western
ern western half of the country wuth the
warmest weather expected in ,the
' Kainiau is expected to -exceed
normal in Florida and the North
eas.. the,, bureau .said, while the
area 'west from the -Mississippi
River should be drier than nor
Normal rainfall is expected over
ine rest oi tne nation.
'Hot Rain' Noted
Irk Japan After
Reds Atom Tests
TOKYO, Sent, 19-(UP-WeeV-end
rains in Jaoan bore a consi
derable amount of radioactivity.
apparently from Russia's t est
blast in Siberia Sept. 10, it was re-
Scientists at Shlmsne Unlversl
ty in Matsue, 380 miTes southwest
of Tokyo, said their Gmger count
ers mane up to Z5,062 clicks a
minute, other instruments e 1 s e-
where in Japan registered clicks
of between 1,090 and 8,831, all in indications
dications indications of radioactivity in a
bove-normai quantity, 1
The "hot rain" apparently was
harmless.' There were no reports
of warnings ny public health oul
FAKKKKSBURG, W. Va.-(UP)
Prizes in a beard-growing con
test held in connection with a mer
.! ni thlirtim wore French chandising event seemed logical
.iHier Ten! were natives. An The winners were awarded lee-
estimate 200 trsom were injured.' trie razors. A
v in a storm
mich ripped across
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HirRuyaltY of Radio and Television
THURSDAT, ScpL-, IKS
WIONnWT. Spi it, UM
3 :00 Arm fore Hour
4:15 Cdr Tim
4:30 Artlif MurrtJ Party
1:30 Boy ktr z'
I Oinctar Ply-
4 00 Nw$
S 00 Diinttnd
J 00 Armt4 tart Hoitf
4:80 Carry lloor
4:15 Godfrey Tim
4:30 Jo Sufford
4:45 Eddie Pialter -
. 1:00 Kida Klub
1:30 Down You Go
1:00 hewa and Panorama
' 1:00 Ithal and Albert
7:30 Truth or Conacquencet
I 00 Cllmas
. I 00 Dragnet
1:30 Masquerade Party
10:00 Robert Montgomery
11:05 F.ncnre: US Steel Hour.
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, the small expensive package that we can afford.",
.hiltpl tlf la tilleo itb broiaet
ifeil-wtrrn steps andnnrs be asea
lTratr ioBl4 tear ids home tike new.
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Mi WR A JOBl we HAC NO OPENING. 50
, 6Bt4T HIM TO MAN WHO PIP.. A WK.
. PAT OL6BH AT THI APPKE55,
I HD TO CATCH AW PlAN6i
fO I PIPN'T HEAR HOw HS
CAWE 0UTJ BUTra SET WU.
fiW HIM WOKKDJS THEK61,
TO CLEAR THI
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MEET ATTIC VI AtXia'
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r8UT WHY HE'D HAVE NO
MOTIVE! BESIDE, HB HA
AM AURlt mMii WO
TRACE JOE THRU THIS. ;
AP0RKS, THE POLICE MIL
.WANT TO UB$Tk7W WU;
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WNt7eAVEP45 CENTS PLUS A
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hajw oonaidt out wai
art a. triuind
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nniT lvrn r pp.ys. KCflNft VASTLY
TO THe WlMNEB tAjhcfc TUAf THE AAER6
PP THE KACC, pe.rg MOrACV AWARD tCMOM,.
rVAJOR ijAi-iaccAilriT;ikHafl MAJOR.'
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and uun-i eeiAM earoorSWATTEeiua
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V TOES NOW, ALL V3U a, j5 ".
;' ;.KAIrJUSrlAlDftSr ..,.-'...::-','.
UWPER FOUR TOP SERfiEAMT
AN' MONE EVER BELLE REP AW SWORE,
PORTHEY HAD REAL COMPETITIOM
TrT LIKES OtL NEVER SEE MORS.
THE TOP KICKS W PICTURE AN' STORY , '..
; ARE CU&SIM1 ALL OVER Trf MAP,
POR THERE A INT MO MORE MULB 5KIMNERft
TD SHAME 'EMTO &HOTTW THEIR TRAP
TivoU Ate, lt-20
' . llorlna.Pvt.
V!"' is a the
U iS. niiwu ..
SC.', recovering from -a groin
hernia operation, said that a
ton-commissioned supply of ficer
"hit mo in the ribs, just above
the- stomach." Hamlsfar s. mo mo-thcf
thcf mo-thcf has charged that the e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency operation was neces necessary
sary necessary as result of the blow.
Officials at Parris Island are
investigating the case. ;
"Adolphus Jordan Clarke, 35,
Panamanian, was fined $10 in
Balboa Magistrate's Court today
lor speeding 40 m-P-h. in a 25-
mile zone. V"";-vl v',,'-'v
Failure to stop at a "stop
sign" resulted in a $7.50fine
for Francisco Delgado. 39. Pan-
wiidshield sticker resulted
in fine of $5 for Daniel An An-r.in
r.in An-r.in thi oi Panamanian.
..Alberts Batista. 43, .Panama
nian, was fined $10 for tres tres-passins
passins tres-passins in Tivoll Commissary.
Cat Gets Sin
But Barn Burns
BROMYARD, England, Sept.
lortsv to show for his accident
Polar aeeirlentallv drooned a
lighted match on his pet cat fast
night. The cat, its fur burning,
streaked into a barn filled -with
hay. 1 4 1
The cat kept on going, singed
tut" safe. The i barn burnedv for
hours. : : I i
, DAILY KEWSPAFn
''Let the people hnou the truth and the country U safe Abraham Lincoln.
nounced by Dean Roger C,
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1956
fered to prospective students on
NEWTON. Iowa. Sept 19 (UP)
President Eisenhower- ana Adiai
IP Ctniiitncnn Timfra ti 1 Proai.
votes this weekend in the heart of
the nation s tarm oeu.
Dntk. Doni4anf(tl antl1 llf AC
man AvnoniMl in lie thl National
Field Days agricultural show to air
their sianas ana views on iup is is-tu
tu is-tu nf thf 1956 camnaisa the
farm frnhlm ." -. .Ti
till IU f V ; s
In 1952 both men usea tnr ins-i
tional Field Days held at Kasson,
Minn.,' to expound their views on
a farm program. t
Consul To Probeil
Cause 01 Sinking!;
01 Ship Pelagia
: ncr n Cant 10 TIP V TT S
Vice Consul Michael Newlin went
to Harstad- in norinern rtorway
yesterday for an on-the-spot' in investigation
vestigation investigation of charges that lack
of proper rescue equipment caus-
a! Inee rt in ih cinlrinff nf thfi
American freighter Pelagia.
Newlin will conduct the official
American investigation int s the
sinking. He wouidnot comment
a haf Afdh o nn An. rha nhaftffic
J,T?PpXrSnTtchfo?d..ll7ha of the five survivorsof; the
" i j w..j. k.nipnw of 37. Lawrence x. Keaiess.
gency gear on the Pelagia ; was
insufficient and this1 may have led
to the foss of 32 lives.
U. .aiil 0.1, in tha 1ifoKnt in
which he escaped was lacking. He
was supported in this by one of
tne otner .survivors, niei oiewaru
Demetuirs Had j l c o 1 1 a s, 0 f
Baltimore, , t
US Dancer's Death
May Have, Been
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Sept.
19 (UP) A life g u a r d was
i a . . l.i .. ...i.t. At ...
cnargea yesieraay wun uie mur murder
der murder of his pregnant mistress, a 23-year-old
dancer who has been mis missing
sing missing since July 30.'
Kn ami namKisoon. me accused
in turn said that his uncle killed
J Weather Or, Not j
(- .' This wmMim report, for lh 24
hours nding 8 i.mtodjy, it pro pro-;
; pro-; pared by tha Meteorological and
' Hydrographie Branch of the Pin Pin-)
) Pin-) ama Canal Company:
i RAIN (inefcet )
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
, HIGH - LOW
S:4I a.m- 10:01 a.m.
-.S9 p.m. 10:15 p.m
V 98 93
. 83 84
TV 1 kit II I C ""
appearing repently in New York
was charged with the murder.
inspired. He quoted Singh as say-
Projident EUenhower was to
apeak on Friday and planned on only
ly only an "informal" talk. Observ Observer!
er! Observer! fair ho apparently waa on on-ttnt
ttnt on-ttnt to stand on the administra administration's
tion's administration's farm program which in included
cluded included a soif bank, increased en-
ine racmc bide and six will be of-pracUce of investments which
fered on the Atlantic Side. : given to a group of nearly 100 ttu-
verals levels of shorthand and type- ;
ousioesa matnemaucs, first 1 and I l' l r,
second, semester business law JaJ I.J Vw..l
ana Dusiness fcngnsn. Courses m. ..
.mathematics include high school ff Tf"! Tr l'"-I
and college algebra, plane tri-1 vJ 111.. J IU livijj
Spanish. Miscellaneous subjects to lf 'P"! n"j
be offered are public 'speaking, rWamtUI .! J
American Bntitiral inH cftji.1 kja 1 Revnn nerenn, v ifUwA-
ports and more farm research, ine was expeciea 10 interpret tne ua uie selection and cons- na iour men), were ia the Co
r .. .. .. 1 I 1 1 1 1 tMlntAH J I : I In. J 114. 1 .
Iirst ml Q XI generu iarm piaijR. auupieu uyi muvwu m. viuiuuig,
i s.L. ... .i.. ...
fitrn, iuli .naaoh ait-ln j i-nmi thn Dpmocrauc national rnnvpn-
. m i ii .... I it. 1 ;n tmant&f-w- in..n,! w i l I o n ffAm-n4. U ... 11 .
nauonauy-teie uuu. no was cAjrcutcu tv uu m .iLuiuiuug vuui oca. waicn bvciuvi, ujr xuuowers oi oe
some aeuus on uemocratic pro- iwu-noyrs classes, win meet ieB1a presiaenuai candidate
posais tor price supports.
nor Tii0ulnv in
vised annearanrn at Peoria. Ill
A full-dress speech on Saturday
was planned by Stevenson in which
NEVER DOUBTED VERDICT At his news conference In
Washington, Adlal Stevenson says he has never doubted the
verdict of tne jury which convicted Alger Hiss of perjury for
denying Communist espionage. The sublect came up because
of a recent statement by former President Truman, who ex expressed
pressed expressed doubt that Hiss was guilty.-: '.-.
wier pipeline. fi;
Some 2500 acres were "borrow-l years
JH J... .. A ...
eu irom i rarms in uie area, in- , , r
eluding the cross-draft, which has Ike V IMrV Rnlo
been transformpd inin tnHi r 1 IvOie
One of the top events "was the Truant Officer
national plowing contest on the fi- C- ft A st
nal day of 4he show. Featured in lOr V- T GQr-Uld
u v buiiic.iL witi i m in limn niniu.
leu Hum ij siaies
3c:J story on pr;i 3
REGISTHATIOII 0PEHS TC.V.OPJIOY AT C.Z.J.C.
FO EXTEIISIOII DIVISIOII KIGIIT CLASSES
Registration for the Canal 7nnlTi(vt will fmoin .f .;tk.. t.m u.. .. j
Junio-r Colleg. Extension Divki T:30 p. m. excpt for U b, tZT UPiy"r
cab itill k kU c 8.30 P-m. v U-ity broker, will be offered thia
.hi ub uciu luiuurruw. nienL .sjiLuraaT mnmincr r ac. n,..i l : ....
n .ka., J u t. . .
mis class is scheduled to
from 6:30 to 8:30 in the Junior ing, sheet metal, and architectural
vucjt uuo, u uis Den an-urawmg ana auto mechanirj
Thirty-eight-courses will be of-conversational Spanish.
All except the clothmg and ele-ot from 20 to 40 days, following
on Monday and Thursdays in one- Victor Florencio Goytla and He
nom- ciass penoas. xne systems """oro rauno, the ieader of an an-accounting
accounting an-accounting course will meet in other opposition faction, to hold
90-mumute periods twice each a mass, meeting ,in the city of
week. Most week-night class ne- Colon.,
rouce Droie up the attempt
Gels G:.7.!::3 Pen
For 2-Year term
a- v wiikv
10 HOld thft TftDv whlrh haA
been previously announced as
provided by law.'
several demonstrators and po policemen
licemen policemen were injured during the
Stevenson alto miv Drinn ua
Democratic charges that Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower came out for 100 per
cent of parity farm supports at
Kasson four years ago and nev never
er never delivered on his promise.
President Eisenhower was- ex
pected to outdraw- Stevenson in
this Reoublican state. But farm
ers plagued by falling prices
vpm rnnrted eytrvrwlv interact..
ta on wnat Stevenson mienr re- r-- i if -- i mvse arresiea were Rita nal
veal as his farm policy. t rCf -I B f I Frri Francisca Villa verde "and
Manv farm leaders hmnever naaa Nicasia Tests. Whn rvtlu on
felt that Stevenson might possibly ve-ime i felon of many day sentences each; and Ramon
give a repeat performance of Har- aeuwncea to iwo vaiaes, Kooerto EUis, Prisco
ry S. Truman in 1948. when the years in sGamboa ; : penitentiary Cuadra and Jacinto Molina
former resident launched his jwuy wnen ne appearea oe- who were eaca sentenced to 40
give-em-heU" camoaien m DexHre uie rjriswDai Division 01 aays,
tor, Iowa, at National Field Days, "to U.S. District Court.
Mr. Truman carried law that I AQOIDnus Bowen. alia Ado!
year in a aurnrisa victory over Dhus Brown, aliax Alfnnsn .Tones
Thomas E.. Dewey, the last and so forth, is a 35-year-old M hr Tm.M.SI.
DempcraHe victory in Iowa. Panamanian. : QJJ kL r"lI
Mor than a mile nf ehihif He sirftn nnvriA naoiaajaa
housed in 90 huge tents open to ctohes from a Coco Solita 11 -.! I : I.M.r D
murryw t wnai pnmaruy is an a-cioinesiine, the charge being hi Uf
gricultural show, but where the that of netit inrrenv nr.! v -,"'l
spoUight centered on poUtical can-rvious convicUon of a penitentir
The main part of the show was E ; v
on the Henrv Steenhnerlr farm -141 ':. ..
mi9 .l l. was Ported from the canal
utilities tnstal ed enough power w int.nVV
-lso iludedP6,ee '"su" tficKt
water pipeline. sence. was suspended lor
Churchill's Son Misses On $64000
Quiz; But MC Gives Him New. Chance
NEW YORK, Sept. 19 (UP)
in turn saia mai ms uucie aiuvu iwiip kh-u. m lujr,
Thelma Haynes. who formerly was Randolph Churchill, British
with the Geofrey Holders Troupe, writer and son of Winston Chur
chill,, escaped disaster oh "the
lipctllulK rcj;ciiujr ivm. vuvu wwnun,! vu wic
The uncle, Boysic Singh, also $64,000 question" television quiz
T. 1. '. ln.l! m nn t. 4. nftlin. Vam.ln.liui). m.n.muiiJii nnln.
IU IIW tcaillliuuv uuiitc, naun auivili : UiailGUVUlUlg UI Ulaowvt
i i 1 .1 '.. 1 1 a .... . i ,
Kisoon saia nis uncie was vuuuuu oi ceremonies wai Marcn
Churchill "blacked ouf and
PRICES .75 & .40
fflLT 0 O AY
1:30. S:0!i. 5:05. 7:05. 9:05 n.m.
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rfi s electronic
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hf . M.O-M emCMT .i,vv'
inT ha halt tA malral S tQPflflrW tAl aa.JJ ma thtnh m'
the sea of a mother and her unborn -jord in answer to the $128 ques-
... "" Hint in mil cuuscu caieguiy,
strength and health,, accordmg to The Engllsht Language.'" The
--1 i .. iwwu m uujwn,
' He twisted" ennlrmert ruhherl
his hands and scowled in deep
tnougnt, but could not come up
with the word. As he admitted
"blackinr out." a pretty attend-
antv Lynn Dollar,1 announced
that the show -had run out of
time, a'-'.1-- V; ;,:y. .,-::j..y,
March, who had been, squirm squirm-ing
ing squirm-ing himself in -an effort to get get-Churchill
Churchill get-Churchill through his difficul difficulty,
ty, difficulty, immediately invited the
Journalist back for next week's
program. March said he felt
Churchill had not had enough
time and since the-questions
would be different next week,
he should come back and try
again. Churchill accepted.'
Churchill, whn sairi ha 1 cnr.
rently working on a biography
oi iiora ueroy, r me noDieman
who gave hia name to the-Amer-
in VUkWR AINU
WALTER PIDGECX' JCE FRANCIS LESLOIELSEN Z
mm stevens RCC8Y, THE ROBOT cyril hume triirST
lean Kpnuiritv nprhv miHa a
special trip from London to ap
pear on me- program.
After taking some gentle kid kidding
ding kidding from March about his fa famous
mous famous father, Churchill selected
his category and was tniri ..hi.
first, questions would 1 involve
naming various words f In ; the
f"ssn language mat were de derived
rived derived from th& names of persons
Involved in historic Incidents i
He cprreiitly identified- the
sandwich on his first question as
derived from Lord ; Sandwich,
who was described as i a poker
player so fond of the game' he
nuuiu uu lase nme out for din dinner.
ner. dinner. r ,.
Churchill then was asked to
?ith?vword arisln8 tron an
'viwunnn8B m Mayo, Ireland
where- townsneonle hnnnd ;
gether and refused, to have any
u""8 wn a tyrannical land
The land agent was Captain
, o vytaui xjvtii vuiir wiius will r
Boycott, but ChurchUl, trying to the program next week
hard, could Jlot remember his
"How humBiatlng," he said.;
Giovanna Ferrara. 51 nf nnh.
bio Lomelllna. Pavia rtjiiv
whose category is American his-:
tory, and Milton Springer, a
brush salesman from New vm-ir
City, whose caJtegory is drama,
oom answerea fa.ooo questions
Miss Ferrara. who
a little English and was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a translator from the
Italian Embassv named th ii
original States to reach the $8,-
uuu revei. i ,t ..,...: ;.
, Springer achieved the $8,000
mark by correctly identifying
four great Broadway produc productions
tions productions after looking at photo,
rraphs of a scene from each.
The plays were 'Mr Sister Ei Eileen,".
leen,". Eileen,". "Bos Stop "Dubarry
Was a lady" and "CounseUor-at-Law.".
Both contestants will return
On the AtUntll SlH imiin.. t.l j i.r .,.
be nff TT,.-:-v r"'vu" w""-u omer courses
-- w uVauu olUUUiUJg,
A unit. u x- .1 vwmac iur wmca l leaSl
rfi n?' ?' ";wry and 10 students register on Thursday
ractice Of lnvestmenf wh k ;n u. ...... j :.
wm, uc utiieu, ii was announcea
AH have rmeol1 that ...
.k.k..j w ue given m one-nour pa pa-shorthand,
shorthand, pa-shorthand, typmg.. Scanish and rioHs Mnn ,h Th..,.
1 nQnici I r i .. ... uaJa
wniy courses lor which at least
All Others will be panrellerf
Tuition- will be enllerterl f the
third meeting of the Monday,
Thursday classes and at the se
cond meeung of the Saturday clas classes.
ses. classes. i i
Regular classes will start oa
both Sides Of the Isthumua MnnAivi
Oct. 1, except those meeting
Saturday. These will, hold 5heir
first meetings Oct. 6.
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NEW YORK, Sept 19 (OP)-,
The FBI hunted the nation to today
day today for an "extremely danger dangerous
ous dangerous former bodyguard of rack rackets
ets rackets c-ar Johnny Dio, accused
mastermind of the Victor Riesel
acid blinding attack. r
Tareet f the .. xenrrh cm
ITheodore Rij 43, suspected of
armng a car used in the attack
on Riesel last April 5 near Times
Square. ,; ,v -..: '-"
. Target of the search was
arrests for draft dods-ins nnA fe.
lonious assault, disappeared from
his usual lower East side haunts
soon alter the July 28 murder
of Abraham Telvt, named by
the FBI as the actual -iri.
One nolle aonrr-e 1nHipot
that Rij may have supplied the
aua usea in me snea. attack.
A terse announcement by FBI
chif j. Edgar Hoover in Wash Washington
ington Washington yesterdav revealed f.hot
Rij had been named in a secret
compiaint neiore a U.S. commls-
A total Of 853 ocean. uninff nm. lSloner in Vp Vnrk Sonf 11
- O 'ft win- rt w.a 1V, XX.
mercial ships passed through the Rij, like (Dio and six other
Panama Canal last month accord- known garment district fleures
. icreascu uj me uuuci naesi, as cnartea with
Panama Panal fn ..-.. . i .1 . t w
conspiracy to obstruct
the month -of August, bringing the
wtat number of ships for the
month to 687.
Tolls for the month of August to-
Uled 12.999.R7S nf ivninh tux con
IUQD In 1 n aHJl. ... .1
1 iw m, ":u" m government
ti Ai 1 n 1 mi 1 1 1 irvi in. fm i numnn onina
: 1V iun ""7 hub was approxi-
rrecident Eisenhower turned mately the same as for August 19-
seeing Vice-President Richard month of July 1956. 1
i iauh uu on a campaign I -. luiai numoer oi ocean come
trlP- r ships using the Panama Canal
Tlltllvi IV.. il.. in. l ... I Hurin (T l. I.... il.
, ,R me acuviues at ine i"'"'.6 -,c iwo aionuis or ine
airport, the President spotted P8;1 vear 1957 a Tolls
Mvi.-, in uiq cruwu.- I piu uuiing mat
"Aren't you supposed to be in Penot mounted to $6,126,072. ;
SChftOl?" Mr. Eisenhmi;ep ..VeH .' i .. ;:-,.
Larry. -;. Dp 1 ) kl
The boy quickly assured the w,;-iai I- HCff f v
President that he -was accom- DeUlJfi'W
panied bv his father. Jnhn.t. lOSITIOnS Unfl !:.
;Steele, reporter for Time Maga- .v c r ; f
zine. s w i Twelve nnstttnn. v-
Furthermore, he said, he had available with the Canal or-
ganization according to the
transfer-vacancy bulletin issued
by the Personnel Bureau this
Vacancies In 1 the following
types of work are Usted: cleri clerical,
cal, clerical, clerk stenographer, clerk clerk-typist,"
typist," clerk-typist," pipeline suction dredge
engineer, engineering v drafta-
man, marine inspection assist-
Panama Canal Comnanv
,. X 1VyJ w UUOUULb. Ill
This figures was only 16 less then "by causing an assault to
the number, of commercial ships made on Victor Riesel
maune the l.ansi rrancif ririn ri .u :
. ;"v"""uu. TneV Will he accused nf r,lflT-
Ihe mpnthAu t, ? 5.i ut S.'Sd
attack to prevent the labor col-
umnisi nom testiryir? fcefore a
grand jury investigation of rac racketeering
keteering racketeering In itae fur and r.
a note from his mother telling
nis teacher he would be late to
3 New Polio Cases
Listed In Panama
Three hew cases nf nnllo were
Bissot, director of the Panama nt-, mechanical engineer, book-
veparimenrj. or Public Heaitn. ; r T I J W",VU1
ii ui me cases are in ruer-r -."",
w Aiiuueues ana involve cnii
dren who are each seven years
of age. The third is in Santo
.Tomas Hospital No age was
The two new .Pnertn' Armne-
iles cases brought the Atlantic
side town's total to 11.
supervisory- security assistant
v TEGUCIG AIPA, Hondura's
Sept 18 .(UP)-The Tela Rail Railroad
road Railroad Cn .. rennrlert fndav lhot
masked bandits carried out their
wra raid on the company s com
missaries in recent months.
ihe latest raid of the series oc
curred at La Ceibita plantation,
where 10 masted men fieri milh
loot after being fired on by watch
The rflilrnad in framed, anrfa nei.
ated hv the United Fruit fin
which has large banana planta
tions in nonnwesiern Honduras.
Last week the fruit company
rennrted that the first nerenn haA
been killed and others wounded
,u. i.. .j : .j i i
iu uie svi ies ui lams uj uaiaeuu
Trnnns ent from I.a T.ima lisva
I failed so far to catch any of the
raiaers. ... r
BOUND HOME DOWN tNDER on her way to the Antarctic was HMNZ Endeavour when she
? transited the Canal Monday. The specially fitted and reinforced former mine-layer will soon
join an expedition i to make atudies in .connection with the International Geophysical Year.
The snub-nozed shape of the Endeavour's bow attracted attention on tha locks as she went
through. She carried a rew of 27 men and 12 sled dogi 0 7
HAI.SF. TOWN, intrlanrf C.-t IB
HUP) -Officials fened the death
warrant yesieraaytor this proud i
little town on the Qrnwall coast.
The official rulir; held that not
one of Halse Tow's 57 granite granite-block
block granite-block cottage is It for human
There are nn' hi hrnnmn ,:' TI,-
houses are cold aid damp.' The
town has no doctorand no police policeman.
man. policeman. I .-'i .,,
If dne have im hair Tfc.
- wu xua
villagers built it t(em serves out
px prwe in liaise awu
Once the town hadbeen proseper-
ous, its people workhg in the tin
mines in the desolal hills of Corn Cornwall.
wall. Cornwall. But the mii s long since
have closed. Most oi the Halse
Towners now are ensioners an anxious
xious anxious to live out thi days where
they were born ai worked and
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