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AUG 17 1956
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SI st l'EAR
PAJiAMA, E. P, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1958
C' 1 IT
" r The training ol Civil Defense
personnel and the education ot
the general public ol the meas measures
ures measures to take in, event of a ma major
jor major disaster Is good; sound com-
; munity insurance, Governor W.
E. Potter said Wednesday in
commenting -on Operation Alert
1956- which will be .held next
Monday morning on a Canal
. Zone-wide basis.
"While the Civil Defense test
next Monday pertains to A sim simulated
ulated simulated nuclear weapons attacs
In the Canal Zone," the Gover Governor
nor Governor said,. "the training received
would be Invaluable in any. di disaster,
saster, disaster, whether it occurs, in war
er peace..-- 1- V
The occurrence ot major
peactime disasters, f 1 ads,
fires, or explosions, ts too fre frequent
quent frequent for complacency .'n any
" community over the very real
problem of having training
v personnel fo cope with the
situation and ttie importance
of having the publie educated
. 14 eiutnafhilities:
... "Many Uvea can be savd in
any disaster of this nature
prompt attention is given to the
i..naj hv mm and women
... iau orient-ate i first aia
: iun. anri who set about their
d t. nromntly and without
, -The Civil Defense 4 exercise
Monday morning will prov de an
. opportunity tor the several hun hundred
dred hundred volunteer, assigned to such
imoortant functions as first aid.
child care, rehabilitation, -and
mobilization,' tQ train a the
v.ir.h thn nr exnected to
. do if disaster strikes. Mt .will
v,.i' tn omnhasize the Important
part the fteneral publio has In
Li.nt. nf Misaster
"The residents, who will not
actively participate ta 2 he
training phase Cll Defense
exerc'se can assist immeasur
' ably by iullv cooperating lit
' 'the Instructions 1 wh'cli have
been iss :ed. Primarily, these
' are bevinr traffic regulations
i in effect wl h will tenure all
KJ ear na P"M fiVff
" or by secMiiji jaw" e
' tef afr home rin the Ofrt
-.-when ?he TAKE' "t
rial -Sounds.'. v,
' "A iiccessiul exercue i.r
will be one i in which our Civil
Defense A workers, get training
the oubllc ls educated to ta'..e
self-nrotective measures, and
the Civil Defense organization
learns arid corrects any defects
which may be apnarent in thf
;plari of action when and if a
major disaster strikes one. of our
communities.". .... ,
Ccr.cs To CZ'
Aitcrncy's A!d ;
, Attornev I S. f arrlngten 5
quoted Abraham Lincoln in'
U.S. District Court this morn morning
ing morning when the clerk, the Judge
and several attorneys got 'nla
a round-robin discussion a a-bout
bout a-bout publication of notices In
an adoption matter.
Dr. Carrington's attention
was drawn to the fact he was
taking a position exactly op opposite
posite opposite to the one he had ma'n-'
taxied in another case la4
year...'. I:-. ;
' "I km reminded," the veteran
. attorney sald, of how one day
Abraham Lincoln argued argued-strongly
strongly argued-strongly a proposition of law,
and won. -'
. "Two days later, he went
back to the court and had to
argue the opposite side. Again,
he won." -,.:;.-Lincoln
was asked how he
" did K..; .' ":-
The first time, 1 arrwed
what I thought the law was,"
Carrington quoted Li: i-!n as
"Now I rgue what I know
the law is.-
US Army Spz,
To Make Up
WAS1QNGTON, Aug. 7 (UP) -'mil
The Army issued a stepped-up ca!' (pro
yesterday jfor 17,000 new drfifps l
in October to ovweome a .4clicit i
in its authorized strength. 1 ;
Assistant Defense Defense
Carter L. Burgess said the new v
call,', which is 3,000 men brcr i
than the September figure, "is in-
dicr 've of the continuing ared for to
the draft to maintain the approved
strength of our armed forces." ;
He referred to the fact that the rt
law acts as a spur on son-e draft- iu
age men to voluntee? in li.e serv- i
k of their choice. ... i
this Connction, Burgess also
iu d. a new aopcal for youn ; A- ;
mcricans tp si?n up for the nitli nitli-tary
tary nitli-tary reserve program which has i i-fai'ed
fai'ed i-fai'ed to live up to. oriimal ev- r)
pecfations. Burgess is in ctiar;e ot t
i CAU, Auj. $7(IJP)-The official toU' of casualties
resulting from the explosion of seven ammunition trucks
in the heart of Cali yesterday was 278 dead and 954 in
jured up to inidriirht last nirht. .' ;" ; ;
: i. The dead and injured were still being removed this
morning from the wreckage caused by the explosion
Which destroyed large portion of the city, indicatinz
uk Mic ocjun Mu tvu oe mucn nigner, .v, ;
However, it ls.koown that the
bodies of many of the soldiers oi
the Codazzi. battailiou were taken
to the- battalion.' headquarters at
r aimira. Ttie oodies pt other, vjch
urns also aav beeiv-1 a e n to
neienDanng.iowns in an eixort to
clear the ;J ,!' 4f
The burial of identified 'bodies in
common grave in the Central
Cemetery bas already begun Two
hundred bodies were buried in- the
same grave yesterday, artrnoon.
Anotner luu were bu&ed later in
another grave. -Only tew bodie
have been recovered by relatives
and buried, witn appropriate cere-,
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A small, fetid stream ft. bleed
ran from the amphitheater where
the bodies are piled on 'top of
each other. The amphitheater
Was partially deitreyed by the
' A United Press correspondent
measured an eiaht-foot wiue. 25-
foot long rivulet of blood Tunning
from an outlet. Semi-nude bodies.
with uelv srimaces like macabre
wax inures, are au c n a r r c a
hlark. Manv were wearing mm
tary boots. The bodies and. loose
umbs. recovered were,- leu in me
open oa the concrete floor, in an
attempt at possible indentifica-
Uon; 4''i.:.;v-- .v'i- "'.':
All :of the area affected by the
blaawat 1a -darkness last sight,
but Tftscue work continued in an
atem t to
v n... ha''
tend t ie v
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i, most v
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g the I
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tilling 111 Imp
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the cp! i
found t t
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ally it is known the
;ie com i nuts and it is re
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i" '.ime n t i V. ,s i 1 a eic.it jh.u.v a'J of L, s lo-1
ri' .rmv wound i Draft cn!l d r-w-d ti a ri.-t-Ko- cf-1 transoo'l.-itintt scene. 1
nt t which end- resn lew ef 8.0- 1; t AtriM The numhrr cf rrn-.)n''s andi
I ;i irnnd t.'-'i r"rp' 4 b 4 to j in i..:;erent r. ...u..cfn of the
i 1 "J a I J sue. ((i.a carm i ty the railroad.
ported tftat some arrests have
been made. However, officially no nothing
thing nothing his been announced regard regarding
ing regarding the investigatiutwo?1
Each of the seven trucks blown
up was loaded with five tons of
explosives, mainly dynamite, and
ammunition for the army in -.Bogota.
However, how the explosion
was produced still continues to be
an unsoivej mystery.
To See US
WASHINGTON, Aug.i (UP)
rhe wife of Panama's President
Mrs. uiga A. Arias, arrived here
yesterday to dead for alWation
A Salk polio vaccine to prevent
cno spreaa oi a polio epidemic in
Mrs. Arias was reoorted tn he
seeking enough vaccine to inocul
ate 150,000 persons. This will re.
quire 450,000 cubic 'centimeters of
uie serum. ,
So far the United States has bar
red the "(port of Salk vaccine but
the. Whi! a House is reported to
be study ii waya o lifting this re
bu'icuon in special cases.
Informed Diticip's. told the 'A
i due U) t
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t regards ; 1 1,
a i' .lom:!ic tier
r v "v 'i Pti
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BUSINESS AS I'SUALw Under the granite rgaze of a World War I memorial, shipping still
passes oeacefully along the waters of the sues Canal after, ieizure of the company by the
ont 1 ..
! e r
I t- i
icr ( i
,it I p
- I (hp
nv fi'ir si ot
lului'ft I. I.-I
I I.-I ob-. cl.'Di''
cnt prot,. 'msiUr ."
' ' fipht
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"d tv Tt any
r the bea
ratroopers of the 18th
hi equipment at Ports-.
:rcraft carrier Theseui
' rship to head for the.
,uez Canal crisis.
ived.r, create intricate
?:t beenA expected' ihat
s onrthe-ground study
Wire atout two -weeks
tally taking nearer six.
i back, he realizes that
:s waa an oveny san
rttimate ror anyone
r from scratch" and not
amiliar with Canal op
ier traffic executive of
isvlvania Railroad. Rid
entjy retired from that
as .an assistant vice
nafked today that he
onally enjoyed every
f his midsummer stay
Isthmus. He also feels
eceived excellent coop
y has been assisted
IX Hollen, chief of
ninjr division in the
' the Governor.
ie: attorney Lavern R.
10 has represented the
-tps- Citizens Associa
,e Canal Zone in their
the retention of the
f old the United Press
; snme aotirehenslon a.
nians because Hollen
i,dv gone on record in
ne had ;
i d favnr i i
riiDnina tne rauroaa
. added .that he had
intd the matter with
i ot the Committee and
assured that Rldge-
ii .-"'wll not he masea
.nciatlon he may have
. i itiakes his investlga-
Dort wlll be typed and
1 for: submission, to me
e as soon as ne
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t i.n, vj
Uie States,- Riageiey
Going To Moscow
Instead of London
MOSCOW, Aug;' 8 s- (UP)
Egyptian President Gamal Ab-
aei wasser win arrive nere Aug.
16, the day the London confer conference
ence conference on the Suez problem opens,
tugypuan sources said today.
Nasser's- visit to the Soviet
Union had been arranged for
some time. But it had been be
lieved he would delay it In yiew
of the controversy over his na nationalization
tionalization nationalization of the Suez Canal.
j Egyptian sources said Nasser
would leave Cairo for Moscow
next Week and would, arrive in
the Sovist capital AueV 16 i- the
r3nrerie day. that f London coiv-
Mi-n '-i'Z-li S !: illicit 40
In New De!hl.'in6iart Premier
Jawiharial Nehru said that In
dia:"could not And Vould not
atvena" the London parley.
.Nehru wanred Britain; and
Trance that threats to settle the
Sues dispute by force "does not
belong to' this age arid is not
aictateq py, reason." y .;
Firs! Tcvn Heeling
Open To Public
Slated August 29
'Arrangements hav been an
nounced lor the first of the
monthly conferences between
the Governor and Civic Council
representatives to be ooen to
the public, ,:. ;, ,.
The suggestion t h a t the
monthly conferences be held
on the order of "town meetings"
wiire meetings' scneawea on both
sides of the Isthmus on alter
nate months was made bv Jov'
ernor w. b. rotter at the Juiv
conference. The discussion '.oh
variohs subjects will be open, to
anyone attending; r; '4,-.
xne nrst ol. the meetings with
the general public invited to at attend
tend attend will be-Gie conference with
Council representatives from
the, Latin American communi communities..
ties.. communities.. This will be held at 4:30
o'clock in the afternoon of Au August
gust August 22 in the music room of
raraiso nign ecnooi. -?, i
Tho first of the, public con
ferences with representatives
irom unnea states communities
will be held in -Aueust on the
Atlantic side. This also is sched
uled tp begin at 4:30 o'clock In
the afternoon with the date of
tne meeting using August 29 on
tne secona noor of the Margari Margarita
ta Margarita Service Center as the meet
ing piace..- rrvci;:;:
Repairs Sfarfed f
On Gaiilsrd Hvy.!
Temporary repairs were start
ed Wednesday morninn on the
raraiso ntu section of Galllard
Highway and while the- work is
in progress one-way traffic will
be required for a short section
of the road. i
The work Is being done bv
Maintenance Division forces and
during -working hours men will
be stationed on each side of the
section under repair to" direct
traffic. Warning signs have also
been Posted alone the hiehwav
during the progress of the work.
- The repair work involves the
filling of a section of the road roadway
way roadway which has continued to
gink and warp since a slide oc occurred
curred occurred there about two years
. Motorists usine this Section nf
Galllard Highway have been re-
ouested to nroceed with caution
in approaching the site of the
repairs and while passing the
area. j t
WASHINGTON. Aua. 8
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hower was at pains today,to draw a distinction between
tlie Suez and Panama Canal.
He obviously was mindful of Arab assertions that in internationalization
ternationalization internationalization of Suez would warrant- inferndHonnli.
zation of Panama,
The President said internntinnnl lit nf llT WAt MA.
videWor by a specific treaty
: i nererore, he added, it is totally unlike the Panama
Canal which was a national undertaking under a bilateral
treaty: t v:. I '?-i;-i:r:::7j.f.:'"-:-'; AJr
n'J President Eisenhower said today he cannot conceive
of military force being a good solution lo jthe Suez Canal
crisis under present conditions '" ? t f
V The President said he does not yet believe that Brit Brit-ain
ain Brit-ain and France on one side and Eaypt on the other are so
committed to, opposite stands
ff.Oti..' I t c
He said there is good reason to believe soberness will
prevail".- .. ,h wT;TiiT.'r
; He' added pointedly at hisnews Conference tftai ft
was not saying he opposes use of forcein the Suez Vitua-
rion unaer any circumstances
Whirt .lift wirstil hp 'i., ..!. win
iL it linoorunt Questions should be
settled-, by hegotiatioa if. possible.
HA be said he dido i mesa tnt
any nation should surrender its
nshts without itnvuis hard to pre
serve them. , i
Mrs.1 Eisenhewer refuted ta tasty
sty tasty whether the United States
would gtt Into any wtr ovtr the..
Sims wtttrway should tne devel develop.
op. develop. He told a quttientr ht
would net tptcutltt thtt far t t-httd.d''..."3r.i'.''tS
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The President got into, a discus
sion of the Suez dispute at the ve
ry outset of hit news conference
when a reoort asked how he felt
about the use or threat of milita
ry force to settle the controversy
over Egypt i nauonaiization ot uie
Mr. Elsenhower rephed the unit
ed States hag every hope that
what h called this very serious
difficulty may be settled peacetui-
. Me Ttmmdtd repentrt ;ntr
Suez Is a etnal Important to ma many
ny many nttlent and an which It aua
rtntetd open to ill shipping un under
der under the trttty of U8S. w"
Then he said he could not con
ceiva of mihtarv force being a
good tolution to toe dispute under
Scrno Armed Fcrccs
Salary Increases f f
Salarv increases of from two
to 20 cents an hour will go into
effect for approximately 50 per
cent of the non-U.B.vcitizen em employes
ployes employes of the VS. armed serv services
ices services on the Canal Zone, It was
The increases are me resun
of a wage adjustment, which
will become effective the first
pay period after Aug. 18. the an
nouncement said. -
The purpose of the wage ad adjustment
justment adjustment is to bring the rates of
non-U.3. citizen employes of the
armed services In the Canal
Zone into a closer alignment
with wages for comparable work
performed by .non-U. citizen
employes of the Panama Canal
Co.-government f ;
In general, the Increases af
feet those employes whose pres
ent waee rates are below those
of their counterparts employed
by the company-government.
Those employes of the armed
services whose present wage
rates are already equal to or a
hove those of workers perform'
ins similar lobs with the Pana
ma Canal Co.-government will
receive no wage increases or de
creases as a result of the wage
adjustment. -r o-
: The Increases will result in an
approximate $350,000 annual in
crease in the non-U.S. citizen
payroll. The pay adjustment was
approved in Washington as a re result
sult result of an extensive study of
non-U jS, citizen wage rates in
- (UP) PrtiIfif Ficon.
that they cannot get to-
A ; .W i
eondjlbns. as V y ar ow tno
anq w riev ot y.S. hepes.
" .'' f 'S i-
Th frtildtnt nfut4 U ax
twtr t follow ma question on-;
whothtr Brittln would took U.S.
approval before taking any milk
The President made it clear that -the
United States still honea
lution will be worked out at an in
ternational conference caned ia
London next Thursday j u j.
He laid it Sues enntrnvn-
seems to demand a prompt solu-
tion and the best way to seek this
is through a meeting of the most
interested nrtioni, ,
Ht said the only trouble with
handling the Suet problem
through the United -, Nttiont ia
that it would bo tlowor,
. ... n ... ..... ......
A reporter told the President
that his opening remarks might
make some think he is opposed to
using force under any -conditions.
Mr. Eisenhower promptly re-
plied that he didn't say that. Ho
expiamed that what he was saying
is that important questions should ,.
be settled by negotiation but that
he didn't mean anyone should have -,
to surrender rights.
The President refused to lay
whether he thinks British and
French military preparedness and r
U.S. Sixth' Fleet exercises in tha
Mediterranean ; are -justified. Ha
told the questioner Simply that he
was not going to discuss that. I-
D:;:rlee Who Crete
Prcb::::n Cy Th:II;i
Sent To G:n:!;33 ; :
Roy Ounther. 38, Panamanian,
who was under a suspended sen?
tence of two years In uamboa,
penitentiary for returning to th -Canal
Zone after deportation.
had his probation revoked to-
day. '''" ; X
Acting. CZ. District Attorney
J. Morton Thomson told th
court, in recommending this ac
tion,- tnat ountner nad Been
convicted of seven petit larcen
les atwt five burglaries.
The suspension of his sen-.
tence was conditioned on his
good behavior. 7
However, on Aug. s, 1853, n(;
was sentenced in Panama courts
to two years lor having stolen'.
three lengths of water hose from
the National Stadium.' '
Public Defender William 3.
Sheridan Jr., noted Ounther'
conduct. as a Panama prisoner
was so good that he was releas-
ed at tne end of one year, and
was allowed to serve In the Car Car-eel
eel Car-eel Modelo Instead of going: to.
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe ruled
that the breach of probation
was plain. He ordered 3unta.tr
' to serve his sentence
tne uanai Lorn.
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pv.4 i.ttp nt.lMMl "Self
, Mill iu moat aDWODriately signea: "L C. Me Only." My
wife and I personally listened to our new governor's speech. It
tu thought provoking, even' inspiring, notwithstanding iti crti
ticism of Joe Zonian. However, the broader, less selfish, view viewpoint
point viewpoint always goes over the heads of a few people like L C. Me
Only. What I'd like to know is. why doesn't this character go
home to the States if he is so persecuted here?
I: :k- : m L Kr 't':"?: :
Dear Governor Potter
- When you said the other night that Canal Zonlans are too
preoccupied with their own immediate affairs and therefore are
Out of touch with world happenings, you were only half right
Since.you have not been here long enough to get the full story,
let me explain. '
It Is true that all of us Company employes spend a lot of
our waking hours wondering what is going to become of oar
familioti 'nhvlniittlv 9 wflknPM on OUT
part). Like lots of others, I read both the morning and the
evening newspaper each day, to learn, whether 111 hava a Job
to return to. -, : '
The fact Is, then, that In anxiously scrutinizing the news newspapers
papers newspapers every morning and night, we are bound to soak up more
than an average amount of awareness and knowledge of what
goes on in the legendary outside world. For this reason, you
Jiave in you grasp what is. probably the best-informed group
of ordinary U. 6. citizens that exists anywhere.
Ml "'.'.' "; -T.Dott .;.
MONITOR'S COVERAGE T
Sir: , . x
A great deal has been said and written 6n the very out outstanding
standing outstanding achievement pf getting the presidents of all but two
Of the Latin American countries to meet here with President
Eisenhower in commemoration of Simon Bolivar's desire of 130
years ago. : i
The benefits that will arise from this meeting will far ex exceed
ceed exceed any that may have come to the world through the build building
ing building of the Panama Canal, great thougn that feat has been in
bringing freedom of commerce and ease of travel to many nations.-
Panama 1 Justly proud of the manner In which the
meetings were held; the spirit of fellowship and good will that
existed among the Presidents stood out above everything else,
and the use with which, in Protocol department arranged all
the details are things that will be spoken of for many years.
Newspapers all over the world have published reports of
this memorable meeting and I have seen many of them, some
with a large circulation and others with a small circulation.
But, I dare to say that one would have A far way to go to beat
,the coverage that the. Christian Science Monitor gave to the
jneeting-pf the Presidents and -representatives of the Amrlcaa
Buts on those days of July 21 and 22, of this year. ;
The circulation of the Christian Science Monitor may not
b as large as the New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, The
San Francises Chronicle, nor some of the papers of Europe; but
if one considers that the Chiistian Science Monitor, a non nonpartisan
partisan nonpartisan publication Is admitted to be the outstanding clean
newspaper of the world, free from sensationalism and lurid re
porting; that it goes Into some 175,000 homes, read by approx
lmately'four people in the home, redistributed through the
medium of the Church's free distribution boxes -placed in .all
Iirst-eiass public places, thus
button, we can conservatively
sons have read the excellent
American presidents in th issues
We know that the stories as
ence Monitor have gone into the
nwu, iw ajsavi avsai juav, 0 ni aw auaws.eMc 4ivw vaiij
has it been read by those in political authority, but" by the
"man on the street," those who give-thn authority to the politi politicians
cians politicians and by this means the; have come to know that the
ruiers oi xne American bums
oi discussing- ana seiumg tneir auierences in a peacem man-ner.-
"' : i.,.v tt
The part played by the Chiistian Science Monitor la report reporting
ing reporting this, meeting of President through the medium oMts in
ternational circulation should
tra pleased to join forces hls time (we are often in Oppo Opposite
site Opposite camps) with Mr. Harvey, in his defense, of the doctrine
"The blood of Jesus (The Ransom) la tne onlv means of fialva.
tion.." This defense is especially
uosuiuues mat are oiierea. .; ? ; i-, i
Temporarily however, I'm joining Mr. Burrow in his objec objec-;
; objec-; tlons. to Mr. Harvei's custom of citing heathen traditions, his
tory and customs, to prove his
some years ago, in, an effort to
should not show their .resDects
that some or most heathens did
wnuar to mose penormea oy
meaning oi mose rues or wneiner ;ney are right or wrong.
The observation is unavoidable that if the leaders of the
organization that Mr. Harvey represents locally, had not deviat deviated
ed deviated so much from, the teachings of tne Bible as presented by
Pastor Russell, its founder; he would have been better armed
to defend this truth that he so allantly championed.
If he would, -read P 432 433 ot Vol. 6 of Studies In the
Scriptures or in The Berean Bible Comments on the text, he
wouia una everyuung on wis matter, made clear, and both were
published by the organization he represents.
But I am not asking that these Bible Helps bev consulted
. for proof that "Baptism for the remission of slna" were for
Jews only, and that -the sins were only those connected with
weir creasing or their covenant relationship with God. Any Anyone
one Anyone interested, need-only to read Mat. 3:6-11 to learn that It
was John's Baptism; Then they may read Acts 2: but not mere merely
ly merely the 38th verse, read the entire chapter, to follow the line of
thought and to get the connection. -
What has hampered us in Bible study, Is the popular costum
of our orthodox teachers to wrench a text from its context and
setting and leave all the other texts on the subject to die from
neglect If after reading Acts X it Is still not clear, read Acts
19:3-5 where a contrast is made between the Jewish and the
Christian baptism. There should be no doubt after this, but In
the remote possibility that thtre is, read Heb. 9:22 where the
definite statement is made:. Without shedding of blood Is no
rrission. -.,... -..,:,?.;... ..:-...
I doubt that Mr. Burrow thinks that Jesus' baptism was for
the remission of His sins, or that Martin Luther is lost because
he believed in the catholic kind of baptism by sprinkling in instead
stead instead of the biblical form of tmraerslon.
- Water baptism U a symbol of the real baptism which Is
consecration to be dead with Christ In order to be raised with
Him, and has the same relation to the real baptism as circum circumcision
cision circumcision to the Abrahamlc covenant or weddinir rinir tn a marl
riage covenant Let us riot hoid on to the shadows and let the
realities go by. mi ; c? ;.--'-'-.- ; ; ....... ;
" May we all look forward to the time when we will form a
united front, until then I remain,
h "' A.-F. Walker
JOSHUA B. LOWERS. IMC
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IS SO f 4 OO
RIACRS OWN COLUMN
Weil Tin MUMM
k4tU m Uv
r entered Zonian" In TOUF Aug. 3
adding another four times Qisin
say that at least one million per
reporting of the meetings of the
of Juir 20, 21 and zs. -:'
carried by the Christian Sci
homes of people all' over the
-can get together for the purpose
be recognized by all of us in
" 1 Gns Novillo
necessary because of the many
points. He did the same thing
defend the error that Christians
to national emblems. The fart
or did not perform certain rites
(,'nrisuans, could not prove the
WASHINGTON 4NEAV-R took
not tnly courage but rare political
common sense for Sen. Estes Ks-
fauvtr to pull out of the race
for the Democratic presidential
Tbat is the consensus of political
observers who have felt that
the tall Tennessean just didn't
quite have the stuff to put himself
over uus year, t (
One of his main troubles was
lack tat money.
Though he had run pretty much
of a one-man show in the pri
maries, stui lie had headquarters
to maintain in Washington and
The expense of conducting the
actua! fight for delegates at the
coming convention was more than
his senatorial salary could stand.
He had no angels. He was prac practically
tically practically broke.
This came Out when he an
nounced his withdrawal
He was asked if he would turn
over -his surplus campaign funds,
as well as his delegates, to Adlai
Stevenson. Kefauver replied some
what-ruefully, "There are no un
expected campaign funds in my
This points up the Vad fact that
poor, man has little: chance to
win a presidential nomination
for the first time in this day and
age. Harry Truman was poor, but
he had the full support, of the
Democratic party, then rich and
in power' for his 1948 campaign.
The Kefauver withdrawal has set
an example for nearly a score of
other so-called candidates for the
Democratic presidential nomina nomination.
Up to Kefauver'! withdrawal,
caly one of them had (aid he was
not 'a candidate and -would not
accept the nomination if.it was
offered to bun. Tbat one is ex ex-President
President ex-President Truman, who has a total
of one and a half delegates vol
unteering to support him at Chi-cage-
None of the other favorite-son
candidates hat as many as Kefau-
ver's estimated 165, more or less,
and be bad prospects of raising
it to maybe 250 by first ballot.
Only Gov. Harriman of New
York nas over 100. And only two
others, Sen. Lyndon Johnson of
Texas and Gov. frank Lauscne ot
Ohio have more than 50.
Few if any of the other Demo
cratic dark horse candidates have
any real business in the presiden
tial race. Yet sucn is tne nature
of politicians that as long as they
think there's even a remote chance
for a deadlock among front run runners','
ners',' runners',' anyone can win. f
'The interestiM .thina oouucians
are watching for is whether Ke4
fauver's,, actios t will bring, otherl
scratchings before the race starts
There i one other larger riddle
about Kefauver.. ;
That's whether he might get the
vice presidential nomination. Up
to nrw he has maintained stoutly
that he was seeking only the presi presidential
dential presidential nomination and was not
a candidate for vice president.
Kefauver has declared that there
have been co direct appeals from
Stevenson's headquarters and that
no deals have been made. 1
Stevenson, Jor his part, has main'
tained he has ho. favorite for -the
vice presidency and will abide by
the -convention's' choice. -But
again, such is the nature of
politicians that if a concerted drive
and draft movement should get
started to put any dark horse pres presidential
idential presidential candidate in second place
on the ticket, he couldn't resist
thet emptation take i.
Many delegates and voters
though that Kefauver, with his
great popular following, would
have made a strong running mate
for Stevenson four years ago., Ke Kefauver
fauver Kefauver spurned it. But that was
1952, and this is 1956.
"Volunteer Sunflower is
proud, suh, to grow deep in
the soil of Austin, Tex. Lang
Lowrey III, 2 years old, is
awed by the plant and Its foot foot-broad
broad foot-broad flowers. t:
7 ," TIT,
Kuav wt twavj lUUUWi ICCS
, COPY CATS Bearing a sii-iking similarity to late model of the Nash, auto,' above Is the ,'.
. Tatra-803, now being shown In Prague, Czechoslovakia. The sedan seats six. says the caption
information from behind the Iron Curtain.
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
Triumph of the Welfare State..
British stvle- rhrii, rhniin th'r,;r tiT.,,. .r
greai oieeaing-neart for the "un "underdog,"
derdog," "underdog," paying his camera crews
beiow union scale . Didja know,
that England gives strikers sn in income
come income tax rebate and Outs them
on relief when they strike against
the government, so' it's better to
lay-off there than to work V.
Absolutely no medical research
taking place in Britain. All funds
going for socialized medicine in instead.
stead. instead. But when Clement Attlee,
who as prime minister forced So Socialism
cialism Socialism on England, had a belly bellyache,
ache, bellyache, he flew to Switzerland to
be treated by a private doctor .
London Mirror, largest daily on
earth, gurgles over Reds. Its mu music
sic music reporter reported: "The most
beautiful, rendering of Britain's
national anthem I have ever
heard rose magnificently; sung by
men of the Soviet Army!
(they) deserved MPtW a
triumph . .'an audience d;. 7,000
cheered." (Just what side ate the
English on?); -,, j y,,.
The People's Cherce: Parlor pol
iticians still yacking up the in
triguing subject of Roy M. Cohn
and whether he cound rim for the
U.S. Senate this year. One school
says no, because Roy wont reach
the constitutional age of SO until
a month after the beginning ot the
new session; but the others point
out there's no law to prevent him
from running, then if elected, to
stand aside a few weeks until he
hits the age. then take the oath
That's nothing new, been done fre frequently.
quently. frequently. Indeed the Senate has
even waived the rule. As the sole
hits the age, then take the oath.
has this right. Most famous esse
was Henry Clay, who took his
seat ac a . Argument is moot,
however, because Roy won't run
this year. But this brilliant young
man is going places in N.Y. poli politics.
tics. politics. His only trouble was a mind
far beyond his age. The sobering
effects of the McCarthy hearings
(which completely vindicated him)
had a maturing influence. His po political
litical political power behind-the-scenes in
the local Democratic party is im immense.
mense. immense. Before he's? a decade
older, vou'll be calline him .Gov
ernor or Senator. By the way, I
wonder what happened to Army
Secretary titevens, Joe weicn,
John G. Adams and th guy who
promoted Feress? :
Dent. Of Oops. Tm Sorry:
Eileen Ford says she's not losing
any of her models and indeed has
some of the best of the other
agencies' babes flocking to her
Ford agency, someone s using me
dagger in the back routine to
squash her,, but she's too nice a
gal and so are her lovely models
the best In town : . Betfy Betz'
singer sister who did so. well at
Monsignore, is Fatty, not roily
Much More of the Same.. (I
mean nothing.): Talk about a
100-to-one-shot comine throuch
When Gussie (the panties) Moran
saw her boy friend, bddie liana, a
Buffalo trucking magnate, -off on
the lie de France last week, she
could have given those odds She
wouldn t be navuig cocKtaus with
him next day in N.Y. (which is
exactly what happened when the
ship returned with the Dona sur survivors)
vivors) survivors) . When the press sgent
for the "Brigadoon" revival in
Wesbury asked featured singer Ro
berta uacuonald to tell him some
thing distinguished about herself
for tne program notes ; she re
plied: "I've never been linked
With Dick CoweU!" !. . Anno
Alexander, she's the Hollywood
starlet who once decorated the
the arms of Franchot Tone,v dit dittoed
toed dittoed the arm of debonair Sinclair
Robinson at the Westhampton
Bath a Tennis Club.'
Adieu is Not Goodbve: Farewell
party at Chez Vito for Joev and
jCindy Adams (they're off to Eu
rope and Middle East to. enter entertain
tain entertain GIs in posts usually not vis visited
ited visited by stars) brightened by .news
that Joey signed to co-star with
"i' v, luu-puunu auio less man inree leet wide. DestsncH
6 1 uet vs. lasnionea oi molded glass fiber over
Zsa 7s RiW tnr To. (t.i;.
v,uwaly v? taiii a bv LUC AjflS
gas itiviera Sept. 12 . Unusual,
romantic Chez Vito doing, most
marvelous biz in the country, but
vitos got troubles! He had prom
ised his staff a two-week vacation!
beginning Aug. 18. Now it's too!
late to cancel which is a tragedy
because he's operating to turn turn-always
always turn-always every night,' a miracle in
mid-Summer. If you're lucky,
maybe you can get past the bar barriers
riers barriers before Aug. 18, otherwise
you ve got to wait untif Sept. 5.
you poor soul! ... Sirat, the so
prano sensauo..,tnere, pacted for
Sept. 11 Jackie. Gleason "Stage
Show" and being scouted by Steve
Allen. (Note to Variety's Joe
Cohn: She's Siamese, not Java Javanese.)
nese.) Javanese.) i : ;
Where Did I Read. This Before:
vittono de Slcs, moviemaking
I 4 t
.., u i. ,w "ce u"50 .nouses, a moDiie com-
cZtefi J I h b?lb T186 ,nd minted watch. ModTis
- ...Cm i
of New York City models hi.
r J J':
:.v u..... , ..' -V.
i rJil 17".K9 m '"Wi.r,7rL-:sr""
in the red. droiW inn r..' rwET
not franc) v . Funny how one! AT?L,do U do,"
of Hedy Limarr's ex-es. Fritzi"ked Missouri's- Rep. Clarence
inanaci, spent a fortune trying to
t.o. r... ii
' keep "Ecstasy'' out of circulation
and how it'3 on TV , They're
still talking about Time's Rex Har
rison cover story, reporting Carol
Landis was found' in her bedroom
whereas the pictures in their
morgue show hef in the kitchen.
My Fair Lady' under his belt.
producer 1 Herman Levin feels
ready, to tackle "The Fabulous
Mitzner." How. about one called
"The Fabulous'Levin?'; .
- Around the World; But Not Con-;
tidential; Dancer Ruth. Costello's
(of the Costello- Twins) ex boy
friend,, handwme Roderick Mann,
the London "WincheU." switched
from, the Sunday Graphic to Lord
WASHINGTON Thanks to
Congressman John Koouey ot
jirotuciyn woo once piayeu the
tfumpet in a dance orcoeura. Ueihas been toward, the idea of Har-
nate Departmeut can cvnunue
snuuiing jazz Dana oft to tne near
Last aau Asia to win coia-war
converu for America.
Many peopie may not know it
but tnese jazi bands, have oeen
terrific ouuueri to good will.
Among those who', eitiier didn't
his beco &en. Aiiei afaiienoer
Louisiana. He pmers hiiiDUiy mu
sic, or, to use mure seuaie laa
guage. "chorus music, and ue
tried to write this into tne Senate
in" lact, Eilender 'was able to
tuck a provision into tne appro
priations bill barring the use bf
any funds for "jazz oanas, ballet,
and dance groups and similar ac
This would have sabotaged some
of the ataie Department's most
effective-, good-wul programs, in-
ciuaing rorgy anu bets," uie
Negro musical comedy that made
sucn a hit in Kussia, Yugoslavia,
and Belgrade and belied the re reported
ported reported mistreatment of Negroes
in the U.S.A.
it a.io wuuiu have barred tfartha
Graham's dance troupe whicn has
been a big success all over the
Wear and Middle East; also Dizzy
Gillespie, the Negio banomaster
who has won a host of friends for
the U.S.A. in foreign countries.
Eilender did not sav so., but It
was suspected by colleagues that
his opposition : was based partly
on the fact that many of these
jazz-masiers were Negro. '
However, Congressman- Rooney
of Brooklyn wenc on the rampage
against his fellow Democrat from
It was ridiculous, said Rooney in
a conference committee for. the
ironing out of differences between
the House and Senate hills for
Congress to bar the use of funds
for jazz bands. Moreover it was
none nf Cnn?rp''a hncinoc Knn
i the State IWiartmont n.nt it.
money cuiuirai exchange,
y"""', t""nan m me Mouse
I snnrnnnatinnt '-. mniiiiHu
appropriations committee, "send
the whole bill back to the House
without reaching agreement?" ,-, ;
HILLBILLY IUENDER ;;
"Yes,"' declared Rooney flatly.
"Because this is one thing I dou't
propose to yield an inch on!"
t Eilender, however, was ada adamant
mant adamant For a while it looked like
the entire appropriations bill toai
in danger. But finally a compro compromise
mise compromise was suggested by Sen. Lev-
erett Saltonstall of Massachusetts'.
"We already agreed to send this
back to the House," reminded Congressman-
Cannon.'"' v .Jt
'Waita minute,"-piped up Boon-ey-:
i'Wo. might aa well-' talk sit
'So Saltonstaira'eomoremise was
discussed,' and eventually the con conferees
ferees conferees agreed on language, which
wouldn't bar the use of funds for
jazz bands, ,v but which would
appease Eilender- by Urging the
"careful scrutiny" i of artistic
events. 4 -- f -.; ..-.
So thanks to Congrersman Roon Rooney.
ey. Rooney. the State Department will be
able to continue a program which
many U.S. diplomats consider this
country's best propaganda to date.
Hush-hush talks nave been tak taking
ing taking place between emissaries nf
Gov. Averell Harriman of New
York and Sen.-' Estes Kefauver,
looking toward a possible Harri-man-Kefauver
ticket at the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago convention. The talks have
been "between Carmine de Sanib.
namman s ko. l poutlcal advis
er! Frame McKinnev. fomior
chairman of the Democratic na national
tional national committee and a stiona
Harriman-Truman man; together
with Jiggs Donahue, chairman of
tne .etauver campaign. i
House and Home
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is Again useo in nous
14 Australian building
IS Ancient (ab.) 10 Mexican
IS Something laborer
placed within U Bleaches
18 Chaperona 17 Checked
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23 Ancient .'
24 House pets
26 Arabian gulf
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52 Toward the
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Sy pnsw FEAnSC.!
Though no definite decisions
have been reached, the ganerul
drift Of these off-the-record talks
nman tor resident, Keiauver for
vice president, with Donohue chair chairman
man chairman of the Democratic nauoul
committee. Kefauver wouli use
his influence to swing his dele delegates
gates delegates to Harriman.
NOTE When H. Truman took
a gratuitous slap at Kefauver in
of: New York the other day, it was
- 'signuicant that Harnman was
quick to step forward and say that
harry did not represent his views
about the senator from Tennessee. :
JACKIE ROBINSON AND
PAUL ROBESON J
Paul Robeson, the left-wing Ne
gro baritone who once starred in
Emperor Jones. was beinf
quizzed by the House ui American
"You've got a big1' voiceA' de
clared Congressman Pat Kearnev
of New York, ."but I can outshout
you ii z nave to. :
Robeson glared back defiantly.
but said nothing, ,,:
"You oufiht to talk to Jackie
Robinson." continued Kstirnev.
"Maybe you'd change your ideas
"Maybe he ought to chage his
ideas about me," countered Robe
son, referring to some pre
vious anti-Robeson testimony by
tne uoagers, negro Daseoail star.
Time magazine has been con
sidered the house onran of thu
Eisenhower administration, but it
surpiisea White House aioes with
a recent piece on1 "Ike's, progno progno-sis,"
sis," progno-sis," which concluded: "A ,coron
ary occuluson such- as Ike's re
duces life expectancy bv at least
30 per cent. How much the ileitis
further reduces the President'r
outlook for long life or jeopardizes
nis workine capacity is not known.
But in 50 per cent of cases like
his there are relapses within five
years." . South Dakota's Sen
ator Mundt praised- Jim -Has.
erty for holding.press conferences
where newsmen could auiz Eisen
hower's doctors. The truth is, how-'
ever, that. .Hagerty-has not per-
mitted one press conference with
Ike's doctors since a few hours
after his operation. Newsmen are
repeatedly requesting a confer
ence to query, the medics, but H
eny nas refused . Att.be Re-
puoucan state convention in Ta Ta-coma,
coma, Ta-coma, Wash., the other day, there
was an uninvited guest. He sat
by himself in the gallery. On pre
vious.r occasions this .guest Jiad
harangued GOP conventions. But
this time he wasn't callel upon
to speak. In fact, he was almost t
ignored. He w ex-Sen. httt
Ciinrt Washingtej,4ke's. severest
critic: regardingi Jus i Joyftlty pro program
gram program ,. i As t Governor. Lsnglie
of Washington orated regarding
communism among, Democrats,
some Republicans looked furtively
at their old friend and colleague,
ex-benator cam, sitting impas
sively and very much alone t
Lecve For Texas
Department commander DmaM
J.' O'Neill of the Canal Zon Vet-'
-erans 'of oreiira Wars: Past
department commander Don
Hushes, senior vice commander.
Jack Warford; commander, post post-40,
40, post-40, A1bin Krankowsky, Frank L.
Blankenshio, Tommy De Grant,
James TWimoee, Charles H. Les Lester,
ter, Lester, John H. Tverstol, Stanley .J
Bolak and Skip Amold will attend
the 57th annual encampment at
The Military Order of the Cootie
doings will be heM on Fridav and
Saturday. iThe VFW. encampment
will commence Mondav and wil'
end on Aug. 18. ?
41 Walks fn
27 EnforrNi 11 f
delay 42 Glance over
38 Solar disk 43 "Old Kin :
33 Liquid r
38 Lord and-
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v nomee u Health resort
Answer to Previous. Puizle I
TTTS PANAMA AWERICAX A PTDrFFNTJEXT DAILY XTO
VS.. Will -Not Permit Citizens
To Visit Communist. China
TTTDXFSDAY, ArGrST ft, IPS
WASHINGTON, Aug. (UP)
The State Department said yester yesterday
day yesterday that no reporters or other A A-mericao
mericao A-mericao citizens will be permitted
tu visit Communist China as long
as the Reds hold Americans "as
The department issued a formal
policy statement on travel in, Red
' China after the Peiping regime in
vited 15 American newsmen to
visit the Chinese mainland.'
The department said the .United
States welcomes free exchange of
information between countries.
: But it said the Chinese Commu
nist regime "has created a special
impediment" by "taking Ameri American
can American citizens into captivity and
Identical Twin r':
Or.o Of Her Kidnsys
BOSTON, Aug: 8 (UP) A 20-year-old
wife will leave the hospi hospi-'
' hospi-' tal today and start home to Okla Okla-'
' Okla-' homa after undergoing succesfuuy
a rare operation in which she re
ceived a Kianey rrom ner iaenu iaenu-ral
ral iaenu-ral twin sister. ' '- v"
4 The hospital said Mrs.. Edith
Helm of San Springs, Okla.. was
in excellent condition" after thej
Mav 24 oraration. She was given
a kidnev to replace her two di
seased ones by Mrs. Wanda Fos
ter, of Chandler1, Okla. "' ;
The were the first oair of lden
tical twin sisters to undergo' the
In the operation, the healthy
kidney .was grafted into place.
When it beean functioning, sur-
ceons removed one of Mrs. Helm's
diseased kidneys. Peter Bentbrig Bentbrig-ham
ham Bentbrig-ham Hospital said the second kid
ney would De removed in uciooer.
Mr ."Helm will make the trip
west in a car with her husband,
. Lee, who took a job at the hospi
tal as an orderly while she : was
WASHINGTON, Aug; 8 (UP)
AFL-CIO President George Meany
- -in sharp contrast to his AFL and
CIO predecessors has adopted
a "hands-off" policy toward the
Democratic and Republican na-
tional conventions ms year.
. Individual union leaders, includ
ing a number in-the AFICIO, are
expected tetake- part ins the poit
. -ticking vathiogo and San;. Fran.
But Meant nd other spokesmen
for theentire AFL-CIO and for the
; union's political am-r-the commit
tee on "ponucai ieaucaiion-wiu oe
Conspicuous oniy oy uieir aoseute,
Meany's only appearance at Chi-
ion hi aides said, will be on
Friday to make tne usual omciai Milton.
holding them in effect as political
The department noted that Red
China still is holding 11 American
citizens despite and agreement last
Sept. 10 to free all Americans "ex
peditiously." It said 10 of the A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans are being held in Red
Chinese prison. s ;
"So long as these conditions con
tinue it is not considered to be in
the best interests of the United
Mates that Americans snooid ac
cept the Chinese Communist invi invitation
tation invitation to travel in Communist Chi
na, the statement said.
The department took the posi
tion that it has no way to protect
Americans who travel in Red uu
na against arrest or other mis
treament by the Communists.
i Press officer Joseph W. R e a p
said the State Department made
no distinction between ordinary A
merican citizens and reporters
seeking to visit the mainland.
In a tacit warning to newsmen
who might be tempted to accept
the Red invitation. Reap also said
that any American violating the
travel ban would be subject to fine
ur imprisonment, or ooin.
"We do not believe that any re
sponsible American newsmen will
violate the policy and laws of this
government," he said.
The state department has an ab
solute bin on travel to nations
with which .the United States has
diplomatic relations. In addi
tion to Red China -the list includes
Albania, Bulgaria,, North .Korea
and North Vietnam.
Of Bible School
- -'---rvu vmvuo wnav some roeicy Doys and girls In Cleveland are treat t
WaTZS; W'" w'Ieph,nt ilr advance man KltiS SSTSita
' jtt J.S '' TT he big ,how i. scheduled. The 1300-pt
' Pachyderm Is returned to Healy's homa each afternoon and tethered on the lW
.Therea no lack of volunteer help to feed and water the baby elephant, wn..
nresenlation of the AFL
nlatform oroDosals to the
cratic party' platform committed
He will, leave town immeutaici;
cany ,has Invited six AFL-CIO
vice presidents to take part In the
presentation of the platform pro-
posais. : t i
.1 1 ' "r:.;i, .,,
Preparations have finally been
completed for a ''giant quadrille"
' dance sponsored by the Rosary So-
ciety of St. Joseph's Church, Co-
. Ion tomorrow night in the patio of
. the .church. ,r-'--,
! This wilt probably be one of the
largest affairs of it kind ... ever
held, in. Colon." Invitations have
been accepted by most of the
dancing cjubs of the Atlantic side.
Professor 'Alfonso's melody band
will furnish "h : mtlsic. and- re refreshments
freshments refreshments will .be offered 1 for
aale.'. ';. "....,.,.
The dance ,ill begin promptly
t 8. Admission is 25 cents for
men, 15 cents for. ladies.;,-:
iOn Saturday afternoon
rade was held, to help publicize
the opening of the Curundu
jBiwe ecnool. Blcyclea. dogs,
cara. were gaily: decorated with
varied color; of crepe paper.
Banners, posters, flyeri,. and
handbills were distributed to
the residents of Curundu and
Curundu Heights as the parade
moved along" under the guid guidance
ance guidance of the Mflitary : Police who
directed traffic. A prize was a a-warded;
warded; a-warded; Bunny Ryalv daughter
of Sgtand Mrs. Robert Ryals
of Ft. Clayton, for .the best decorated-
bicycle of the parade.
-sMonday evening marked the
beginning of. the Vacation Bible
School with an attendance of
93.rjn. tbe assembly period Vlr
gu worsnam presented a '-vary
impreaaive ifiianneigrapn itory
on .tne uiei ot -.David.p i '
. The Curundu Bible School of
the Protestant Church will con continue
tinue continue through Aug. 17 front 0:15
to 8:00 p.m. under the direction
of Mrs. Robert White. The Rev.
Milton, K ijlHiir nastor, ex.
Demo-,mmllnH.VltA attend VR9 iinrt
worship regularliy in 1 our
!DURBAN,1 South Africa," Aug: 7
KP) A bride of eight months
sterically welcomed her hus husband
band husband home yesterday after attend attending
ing attending funeral services for ; him 48
The reunion came when 19-year-old
Theresa Waters'-25-year old
husband walked into the. dining
room of his family's cottage: as
thev were having breakfast. :
The couple had been spending a
belated honeymoon at the s e a-
shore. Whey went fishing, and
Theresa" left her husband for a,
short time to buy a pack of cigar-1
ettes. When she returned, he was
gone and his tangled fishing gear;
lav on the rocks. Police searched
for him in vain. Finally, they con concluded
cluded concluded he was dead.
.-.j ''.'-: T !'' .' 'I '": I
Then he turned up a if ; from
the dea'd. He is in a hospital, suf suffering
fering suffering from exhaustion and unable
to temember where he had been.
"All I know is i wok, up av
miles from the coast Monday
night and came here ai fast as I
could," he said.
,1'' V 't-1. V'""'' f
Police believe he slipped and hit
his head on a rock while trying to
untangle his fishing gear. They
concluded he had been wandering
about- suffering rrom amnesia
since the accident.
Mrs. LuceTo Be';
Back On THe Job ;
EZE, France, Aug. 8 (UP)'
Mrs. Clare Boothe Luce, U. S. am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Italy, will return to
her post in Rome on Aug. 21,
sources h.Te said yesterday. Mrs.
Luce is taking a vacation cruise
aboard the yacht of Greek ship
ping magnate Stavros Niachos and
stopped off here for few days.:;f ;
Offers To Reds ;
By Red Cross ''
' GENEVA,"Aug.. t (UP) The
League o Red Cross Societies yes yesterday
terday yesterday called an officer ofe mer mer-gency
gency mer-gency aid for victims of typhoon
Wanda it Communist China.
Reports reaching here said the
storm caused more than 3,000 ca casualties
sualties casualties and destroyed 38,000
homes. Peiping radio earlier yes yesterday
terday yesterday reported 1,960 were kitted
when the tropical typhoon hit Red
China last week. i
2 Trains Collide;
9 Killed. ;
TVIENNA, Austria,. Aug. 8 (UP)
A passenger train smashed in into
to into a freight train In Czechoslo
vakia today killing nine persons
ana serwusiy injuring 19 more,
Prague radio reported.- The
broadcast said the accident oc occurred
curred occurred in a suburb of prerov,
WITH EVERY CONTAFLEX I
ONE EXPOSURMETER IK0PH0T RAPID
FREE OF CHARGE '
t Rio Abajo ;
Members of the Colon Church of
Christ in Rio Abajo are pleased
with the suecess of the recently-op-pened
Tea Kitchen to serve the
poor people of Rio Abajo.
- The Tea Kitchen is under the
direction of Rev.:. A. Victor and
his wife and is operated by M.
Chisholm Stewart and Mrs. V.
" Contributions nave been receiv received
ed received from several Rio Abajo resi residents,
dents, residents, but more "food, packages
are needed to extend the work of
Contributions will be received
by Stewart at 2729, 115h Street,
Rio 'Abajo, at the La- Fe bakery
in Califonia and by Mrs. Kinds at
, stover irl
. : (Dresses
'' and SPORT
I. L. r.iADuno JR.
- ;t PANAMA COLON
j iMambo Fox : Trot
-f Waltz Merengue
-""" I Ch-i-ChaChi I
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You're Never Too Old To Be A "Beginner!"
fake Advantage Of HARNETT & DUNN'S
4 ; Special Beginners Course
Be more popular, and learn alL
- 5 BASIC dances. ;.,,.
HARNETT Si DUNNTsay that all,,
around dancers .have most fun."
Studio Hrs. 5 to 10 P.M. Suite 111.
- Studio El Panama Hotel 1
Tel. Balboa 2-4239. or Pan. 3-1660.
Air Conditioned Studio
HARNETT i DUNN
Members of Dance Master k. Educators, of America.
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Piartcki ; Helicopter Utilized
By Army Navy; And Air Force
u WASinNGTON (UP) Whep
th military tet here t&lks of ''egg ''egg-beaters"
beaters" ''egg-beaters" and "flying bananas" j
they aren't discussing -y food.
They're Ulting about a. new heli heli-6pier
6pier heli-6pier tffiaaRy called PiasecW
HjiHif.-V- i' v i y,. i'" -.
V'l'he jUr.JP orti fcyi" ietwbi-
, i Stored f itaecjui is one of their
I dtta8t?.iircrafk, The Army has
SorifcteeenvcaWng about the plane's
t'tactical mobility;" military,-: lingo
tor, "getUn' lhar fastest with the
; jaorteatlV;. '.(- v
t Civilians egard this whirlybird
ith a-.-urio6s fascination, mere
is something -about helicopter helicopter-its
its helicopter-its appearance and its characte
istic. vertical take-off and landing
, that? causes passersby to stop
' But to the military mind, this
"something" is the increased tac tactical
tical tactical and strategical mobility that
Deucopteri in general have
; brought to the around forces.
"I One Piasecki "flying banana" is
Capable of carrying a one and a
' half tin load and at the samel
time, seating 20 soldiers. The
Army said this means' they can
move men and material into bat battle
tle battle wherever" reinforcements ere
reeded and without runways or
- s round improvement.
In the Korean War, the Marines
!nu Army used 'copters to move
p reinforcements and move out
The Pentagon expects in event
t war, Piaseckis would be
lunched from aircraft carriers to
Jrop shock troops behind enemy
On the home front, e a b i n e t
will attest to its worthiness. Of
ficials were shuttled to. President
Eisenhower's Gettysburg farm
front Washington during the chief
executive s recuperative period. J
One pilot demonstrated a land landing
ing landing witn "autotitation" on, one of
Uiesd trips" The pilot showed nil
high-ranking passengers how this
device permits, the plane to land
safely in case the engjne, coukj
OUt. tf v i I
Piaseckis also proved to be ef efficient
ficient efficient in disaster work. Last year,
when all other transportation
bogged down, 'they were able to
fly supplies In flood-swollen areas
of New York," Pennsylvania and
Helicopters now' use the Defense
Department's special airport,- the
Pentagon Helipad, to fly military
leaders and civilian olficials to
outlying areas. The square con
crete .pad measuring luu-teei on
each side was built last year.
The armed forces are fast be becoming
coming becoming more attached to the beli-
(copter as a military vehicle. Each
service is convinced inai copiers
can move more men and 'cargo
faster and faster.
10 Years For
IktEtetBjk: True Life Adventures
AVJCKUOOP C& Mt? SNOW,
THE FARTHEST LIMITS OP
IMH& THIN6tf IN THE ANTWarTV
IS HOME SWEET HOM6 RJR
the SNOW PETREL.
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& JCSUULL 6L0SS2S
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KEAUZE iUU kE tOU, TOR i WtVE ECEN ME
, Mr CAPTIVE? THAT J HE WENS FRIENDS FOB
HV POWER HEREJ SAKEA ; YEARS.'
IS ABSOLUTE' f
...BUT THEN. I
CANT EVEN Vv KNOW,
WHO I AM
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. CONPmoNS IS BOUTINS POR THBS6 HAKW BlJfPal,'
TRANKFURT. permany, Aug.
8 (UP) a u. a. Army court to today
day today convicted Sgt Frank Kova Kova-levslti,
levslti, Kova-levslti, 25, of shamokln. Pa., of
robbintr a post exchange of $4, $4,-500.
500. $4,-500. He was sentenced, to 10
(nembers and high-level officials years at hard labor. f
W7ieTueT you look : Insidt end cut .
S .ff IN 195
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, DISl KiBUlDUKA tLECTKICA. S. A.
Ate. a. (Peru) Na. 9-11S TeL 3-1650. Panama. R. P.
WED.NtSDATi Aufiut t, 1S
3: AiOMd Font Hour
4:00 Carry Moor ' ';
4:1S Robert Q. tewls' :v -i
4J0 Koue Prty
" SiW Dman Runjrm Ttwatrt
5: 30 Roy Roger
,HM Mewt Panoruiu
7:00 Oxzit and Harriett
1M Tfali ia Yotjr Lib
1 09 DixmyUnd
, 9:00 Cruuder
1:30 The Big Picture
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' 3 .80 Armed Forc Hour f 't t :
4:00 Carry Moot .
4:15 Robert Q. Le(lt
4:30 Guy Lombardo '
"100 The Big" Story ".' '
IM CooUl Canuval .. ......
1:00 Kew Panorama
1:00 Ethyl and Albert
1 SO Tou Bet Your Life
i t:30 Masquerade Party
10.04 Star Tonight. f
1030 Big Town
11.-00 Mwi '
.Encore: Playwright'! Hour.
When buying appliances. See
NORGE before you buy!
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Aour. nrr i oveiwb arp I to hear kmw
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TO BORTOrt 730l 5AIP s' - -A
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WITHIN TWO DAY'
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COWClPEMCe, BUT OP C0UR5B IT A CO COIN
IN COIN TWO PAVS We I MODErlCEt Hfi MAY
BEGIN AUPITlNfl HAVeHIAlH.T.iur
TH&B00K5- 1,1'MSKEH l
Sj vVl M0Ti
y OfCK CAVALLI
V x Ur. 1 Ji
4V st puAKDiiia uuta
aSAJllsi COOPU Oil ots HAI
"Thfl only boys -around that fishing resort whert wt
went last year were two Indians -io you want your
, daughter to be a squaw?rt .-
Faltering Philip i
rttiftp-s Ufo It fUletf with braisee. $L?ZS
ffeil-wora steps and rugs he asea. '.,... -- A'
"'pairs would leave his home Uke new,, II V r-J
A. Classifieds, fast (he fcfaf elos' ' j1 -: j
wrTanWr A 6lS fl nyXiOtij TO do wrm mvs6U J .vou-Ref-S uxxep our,
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A 6u?wiN6 oppoeTUrtrryra .p aam V aiaoisaito !t in th1 dishes. ww V pwrEBT- J
(?ALLYlO THS HAMMER "OP Yi yT I orM-T -ril j V TABLE, AP COFFEE, 1 J MEMT'S GOT
A. COrnZSt MXaCtf'-M 37 M if Pe"LTH.? S MOPPEPW FLOOR ) (vOWeX ) A-TMOUSAW I '
A R;WiMiCOFJT ji THE LASTlTlCKST HALF ( awcleamepup JI ajxar wespc.-.th'
---A &ENlIMe MAP OF A T V PKlCE WUO' V EVERYTMHOdi J'- I THIS 3RAftNEEP'A
gJBTltD PIRATE TRCA6URG. sUT vJHATf THE- 7 VORLO.'J I cuttin'.Walk
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WmMm:' Wei 'UsM
II,:,.., fjflligfagSt Viya5a.-. 1 I '' iamiffi;8g.
a;;ama ktzzicas a ctrrrrsrrNT daily XFsrcrirn.
rj t-ox 134, fanama
gom "jam -"join
' THE TNTU. 7 PJL EATING OXT.f
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Box 503 7. Jl
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1 if MRS. BRUCE JJOOpEB CARPENTElCjIL the" former -Barbara feuthSkerrt -after "her Wedding
i Vu -? '.. on August 4th In-Eumford, Rhod Island. .
MAJOR fetAFRAt AND MRS. LOUS TtkVO.
' Major tfentral'and M. Lonis Heath will entertain'with'
an Informal dinner party at their quartets, Quarry Heifhts,
this evening at S:30 p.m. .- -
' Amooic those who will attend are Governor of the Canal'
-Zone W. E. Fotter and Mrs. Potter; Commander f the Unit Unit-d
d Unit-d States Air Force Caribbean, Major General Trnman H.
Landon and Mrs. Landon; Commander of U&ARCARIB Major
! General Thomas L. Harrold land Mrs. JIarrold; Commander of
the I5tb Naval District, Rear Admiral and Mrs, Clarence L
C. Atkeson,, and Rear Admiral Ira Nunn, USN, Commander
of the Mavv Midshipmen Training Cruise "Charlie." ;
William K Harrison
SOCIAL .5 ..
General And Mrs.-
William K. Harrison
Visiting Swlh America
General and- Mrs, -William K.
narnson ien cue issnmus. on Au-'ry,
gusi o ior a trip, to soutu America.
The Harrisons plan to visit Bra Bra-ziL
ziL Bra-ziL Para fun v irfiiunau TlnlivU
and Argentina before their jeturn
Wedding Annivarsarr -1"-
.Mr. and Mrs.' Max Lyon's were
at hnmtt tn momher.-i At ihair font.
, ( 7 v :UVL Hill-
jlies and- ill -friends who came to
wish then WAlt vBtr1 h
J.advent of th-ejr wedding anmversa-
on .Aug. 21.
Farewell Lunrkuui ..
Mrs. Cecilia Alfarn n' 1nnki
yesieraay lor Miss Maria de Ze Ze-vallos,
vallos, Ze-vallos, daughter' of the former ?e-
ruvian. Amnassflftnr tn- Panama
who has been visiting on the Isth-
jiius.iur me past tew rweek and
ww d- leavme soon. -
Minister, Of, Agriculture- '
And Mrs. I. Molina '
Oivr pinntr '
n 4U1U1UH.I VI ni IVUHUI ct 11U All
j dlistrv. Iznacin Mnlinn and Mrs I
Molino were hosts Tuesday eve-l
ning at a dinner at their residence Te Visit -Farcily : '-
in Camuo kieern- in- honor nf C.a-l Arrivtns' iu..rfv. t-tr. ir-i.
lonel and -Hn. Willys Lord, and from New York to spend the sum sum-Mrs.
Mrs. sum-Mrs. Lords parents, Mr. andjmcr vacation with his parent; Mr.
hu ir. uonaia 'inne of Marea-iTjj-r'a'
i---' rita is Cadet Donald S. Tribe.
Wedding Amioune.ment (Cadet Tribe will graduate next
Barbara Ruth fckerry, daughter June from West Point.
r Mr. -and Mrs. Hilton Emanuelt. o ." j-
Skerrv. van marrioH tii Rr.n niikJ.. i .' : i..
71ihiih-;i iiHiiiHfii.Hr -jr.. Nnn -nr mr
and Mrs. Bruce Hooper Carpenter
Cr"i. oal kalntawtwiil' V'
The Cristohnfc ItMmMa M 4
Ordre of 'Rainhnw far r.lri. uni
hold their regular meet! n'g to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow rVflnine. at 0 n m at tho
nsiooar uiasonic Temple, wor
my Advisor, '.Patricia Leach, will
Dreside at the formal mtitlna
wmcn wui lnriiuiA nnsinii ami i
niuauon. All Eastern Stars and
Master Mason are invitoH tn at
tend, , .. ..
Following I th mppfinir rafraeh.
uicuis wm. oe servea on ine oan oan-quet
quet oan-quet halL
' t -j .- i ; H
Benefit Card Party At1 '
Union Club Today
Ladies (if thn nartafina nt Santita.
no, Cristo Rey, and other church churches
es churches wiil give a benefit card party
beginning at 2 p.m. today, at the
Union Club in Panama.' j
Proceeds of this affair' will be
used for and ambulatory chapel to
serve ouuying Districts of Panama
and the Interior; in places where
there are no churches.,-. .
; Admission "will be one dollar per
person, no table reservations are
necpssarv Inrf a variatv nf na.t
games mas be played. Those at-
tenaing are asKea to bring their
own cards and' eouioment." Tea
Will be RrrVRO' hv a nmmitfe nf
Bridge Tournament Winners "'
Winners nf Auff. 8' RririMV lnn.
naments of the Ancon Balboa
DTiden As.nriatinn Winner nf An
8 Bndge tournaments at the Tivo-
, UNITED STATES BOUND Is Dofia Olga de Arias, wife of Panama's President, Rlcardo Arias,
the First Lady and her party left Monday by tplane for the purpose of obtaining Salk Polio
vaccine for .Panama "From left,to right are Mrs. Olga de Arias, -Mrs. Irene Arias Aleman,
Colonel Charies o.-Bruce,, Director of the Panama "Canal-Health Bureau (not one oi the
-party), Mr Pedro A. Diaz, Mrs M.ary Q. de Gallndo and Mr. Samuel Lewis. Jr. ' ''
, CT Or
r- : .-- .' rs,
COLONEL XUS'AKD .r.5: tVILLARD R. SEVMfiriR annnnnr-
the engagement of their daughter, Sherri.ll, to Lieutenant Paul
R.' Curry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pavid R Curry of Ghlnleei Ari Arizona.
zona. Arizona. The wedding-will take place in November Ia the CAthe-.'
' dral of St.vLuie; Ancon, C. Z.;
4, .-- ' M sr; k' u; "-- " ''" i-1.
of Balboa on Aug. 4, in the gar
den of the bride's home in Rum
ford, Rhode Island. Mr. t Bruce her birthdav
i vaipcuici ir. 19 manager 01 in ei
Kalhna branch nf thn Kirat IMatinn-l
al City Bank of Mew York.
- ? The bride attended college at
Pembroke,, Brown University, and
the groom, also of Brown Univer Univer-;
; Univer-; sity, ;is a member of Delta Upsi-
ion -1 raiennuy. '.i '.i-Tl
Tl '.i-Tl e young couple will make
.... their home for the time being in
rmviaence, xnode island.
Miss Cecilia HturtemaHe
Hettats At Luncheon :
i ATlfi r'ariha TTnrtematta waa
hostess at a luncheon at her home
- on Monday in Honor oi Miss c.io c.io-riela
riela c.io-riela Calvo who is leaving for
Washington- in the near future.
Engagement Of Sharrill Seymour
Te tt. Pawl R. Curry Aneunctd
v Cnlnr.pl (USA) and Mr. Willard
R.' Seymour announce the eni?age-
meni 01 ineir aauynier, aneriu, 10
Lt; Paul R. Curry, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David E. Curry of Chinlee,
Miss Seymour, whose father Is
the Quartermaster; U. S. At m y
. Caribbean, attended the School of
Foreign Service of Geoigetown U U-I
I U-I 'diversity and George Washington
"University, Washington D. C. She
ie tnmhnr nf Pi Ra-tm Phi mnA
Gamma Rho Sigma Fraternities,
' The Order of The Eastern Star,
and the Canal Zone College Club.
: Lt. Curry is a graduate of the
v University of Kansas at Lawrence,
and is in the 937th Engineer Avia Aviation
tion Aviation Company at Fort Kobbe.
' Tift wedding will take p'ace in
KTiivpmlwr in thi rsthpriral nf St
Luke,' Ancon,. Canal Zbne. ij.
: ..,. v. ... 1 ..' i .. i" 'ugc luuinaraenis n ine
irT m""'" u.Bjii rjoiei Monday night were: 1st,
?k. .ary of th Venezuclan Mrs. V. Pollack and Mrs. McMur-
TTniV.r ri. E f j,u f",ly, V m )' zna Mr n1 Mrs- E. Kohn;
Union Club yesterday to celebrate' 3rd, Mr. .and Mrs. Brady and Mrs
her birthday. . t RrTrfv ,rf Wr. a n.vi. :
I EVERY TfeDNESDAY from 7:30 p.m.
;iudl6 and hi1 ORCHESTRA will play
',i lxia fjtccial brand of music thatg become'
v top's witbi all Jalhmians! t
Air-conditioned Bella- Visia Room
. ,for reservations
i .5 -: ' i
: A Klrkf b Hotel
,4 n V 4 4-' ., r i a
. for this ; veek:
MOPS and BRUSHES
- jBABy BOTTLES .. FEEDING .SETS SPONGES
''V TOILET and BOTTEBRUSHES.
., Many other useful household iteme (
' ',"'' t ' 1
v, . '.;; r until, Wednesday only : :
I Opposite the Ancon P.O. ?
GOOD EYParice :
WORKRiN CAN," SPELtED
arent Dhvsi;.iw "r."
a vmvb CUUUMU
;?.l""e eWldren be
schoolsT i'nysical rcise in
Another solution might be to see
that our kids get a little more
P8"1 ercise around home.
WnV ShnillH inn .. ....
hagMTO children ".Utte
..u mil uone, wnen pushing a
lawn-mower, pulling weeds, dig digging
ging digging holes for shrubs,, etc.. is all
Wny should Mama hop In the
Whv ahmiM V.. .
h.Rlahe to pI?.y baseb1l or foot foot-wai!
wai! foot-wai! "ora nd p0P don't
I,, WBI on tne front
TV Can Be Shut Off '
Whv isn't thA mn. t:j 1.'-
entix block, -"to ""tta TroSS
.rranrf "aeu.w oe reneo upon for
Wh nn an
from school thes; T days, Vv
when the distance isn't great? We
aV It IS hpaiia nf I
ffl1 schol. ot of these
i.uuuren piajr on me ,treeU.
WhV iffl IA ttlinv n...i. .
i. "'euia moan
.ihey can 1 et Jun'or o play
outside in the summer because he
ti u. uiner JK m "O"1 f the
IV Set. hour. after hnnrf Th.
hvu. i Alio UIUIK
can bt turned offk cant itt ;
Let's not; blame -the "schools if
OUr klflS arpn't Oivinrr ki.l.
cles enough of a daily work-out.
ior Kias ana teen-agers
snould begin at home and there's
no reason whv mm nf it
be speUed WORK;
Includes Appetizer Soup or Gonsome
Entree Salad Dessert f Bread
" .-7- Butter & Coffee or Tea V
iMlSC .D DANCING EVERY NIGRT
TYPICAL NIGHTS on WEDNESDAY tvitH
"Conjunto Plice't" and Margarita Escala
EL RAMCH0 GARbEM
deservei the best!. . ; ;
For relief of skin irritations and prickly
heat.. For protection i of his refrcshina.
comfort.,. MEXSANA POWDER. ; . :
are subiect to nricklv fieat. i.
skin rashes.... chafe.:, tkin
" irritation and itching feet. ; rf
Who has tried 'Mexsana ,.
ii. i. ... i i .
rvieaicarea rowaer. con- Wfr
firms thot it it smnnther . .-. ; I
because of its starch base. That is whv it m J
T -- - v
more cooling and: gives mora relict.
t. M eeffcofed Povycfef
v i 1 -. ,.
AUGUST 7 THRU II
OMEGAS. ; ; ; ;
JAEGER LE COULTRE
WITH RAPID IKOPHOT
Mv'A t mJ j
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TEZ rJuNJLMA AMERICA AN LTrrrxrrT LA5IY KtTVPAPI3
WED.ViSDAY, AUGrST 8, 1551
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD ATJ4 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR.OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
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ttv.lt' loi" el T5
(oaaeat'e Aneeo Scneel Playground!
" RETIREMENT, LIFE
Ptaona rtuni t-055t
muaniTK BAXTER. S. A.
Packer Skipper -,Mvr
Phones 2-2451,,- 2;2562
... iMm' Kidtitf t '''
PANAMA RIDING ? SCHOOI.
Riding fir Jump! V??
I t 5 .". Phom Z-i5 1
or ky prwwmf.
Wl shape (ear Figure"
U t famous MfcUevjf. ,chi,'",i
, Iwedisn Message
in mate nd leouie ,,
II Jut Arowmen Kl". U
Turhcoaf $ Mother
Rctarns From :
Visit To Russia
LONDON, Aug. 8 (TJP) AH
-may not he going well between
Jthe two British diplomats who
defected to the Soviet Union.
" Mrs4 Eve Bassett,' mother of
one of the diplomats, Guy Bur Burgess,
gess, Burgess, returned Monday from; a
!vlslt with her son in Russia.-
' J Asked if she saw the other de de-Tector,
Tector, de-Tector, Donald MacLean, and his
American-born wife, Melinda,
Mrs. Basset snapped: "I saw and
, 'Jieard nothing of those people.'
She emphasized the word
''those.' """v tjf .;vt:-.
f About her own son, she said
he Is 'very happy" and looks
healthy. She refused to say
.what she and her son talked
' about. : ; r
"Anglo-Candalan Pen Club,
with world wide Membership
seeks new member. Write.
Miss June Blrtley. 36 Ald Ald-wych
wych Ald-wych Ave., .Toronto 6, Ca'
nada." .. .; ...
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
"..f.;. Qaotatlont kr
ARUS. MATCSSI ASSOCIATES
Abattoir Nadonal ; SO
v!feaM,: Fidutlari "'4 ll r
Cemento Panamt 7S
Jterrtcerla" Naclonal 12'
Thlrlcana t Ltcha .... 11
Ciarco ; a.
' CunU Comcrelalca
4 Pret with Cora. .....
- OcsUladora Naetonal ...
Prrf witb Cora- .....
flnanzaa, 8. A.-
Prat witb Com.
. fucrza jr tu Pret ... 4711
fuana v Lui Com. ...TO ;
' tlotcJe toteramariconot; 43
', Cnerl d Sefjn U
Z,Pananicfla da Acetta .
panamefia df Pibraa
fanamefia da kaguro
Panamefta 4 tabic
: ii in
(Si t..y i U
f 3. 1 1
' f M "MASLANIX DURAN I
I t PLASTIC" I
I ; sirVTNQ ROOM SETSrl
; v, Cash i Credit Club' 1 I
! ? MUEBLER1A IfyGLESAVl
P II rolnn
l l :.
i ; K .Pi i 'i
' ; ;!L!lfJ
' Teairo Btllavbt ......
V Iatto Central ..,.,
- Homchold :
FOR SALE: ThrM-ic Hyit
rm suit, Itndix autmnttic
XskcrytO-cycU) in fod
dHien. 'Runblt. Pkcat Crii Crii-tobil
tobil Crii-tobil 3140. t , H
FOR SALE: Ey Sidry wijk wijk-tf
tf wijk-tf $25, plTM" it car kjby
All good! coflditw. Iilkaa
FOR SALE.- 4-kurnar gat tv
con. ..(. eic. i -L tic
tf'vf fJi A hntii.f ij.
1622. : ;
FOR SALE. -Quart ran ait r
couck anal atattraM $9; aaotkar i
waltf $2; I0x5-ick I2a7
inck campkor ckait $1 apitca;
Kodak ilid rojacfor 9V cat, 4- i
lack Icna, medal I A $9. Hem
0777-1, Willim Plata, laU
Voa. Phn 2-4223. ;
FOR SALE? Kinj-t ied mahof
any bad, tlidinf ainal kudbaard,
innarsprinf miHrats, bi iprinn.
Vtti Fy fut Hioiitkt. Call 2- 1
Panama Line Saili
The Panama liner Panama is
scheduled to sail from New York
tonirrow with 162 passengers
for Cristobal and 22 passengers
en route 'for. Port-aU-Prince,
Haiti, according to the advance
passenger list.-.; : v i ?
The completa advance passen
ger List tor cnstooai follows
Mr. and Mrs. N. Anderson and
two; children;. 'Mf.. nd Mrs
Charles L.v Bachmani Mr; and
Mrs. M. J. Burza and three chil children;.
dren;. children;. Mr, and. Mrs. J, Campbell
and son: Mr. and Mrs. Cordon
Campbelln William csmpbell;
Mf. and Mrs. Jack Chamberlain:
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cohen and
two children: i
. PdvMtVvhnleitel Vll-
lar, Mr.' and ut. jess Dilson;
Mr., and Mrs. E..W. Donohue and
three children: Mr. and Mrs.
Rowland Doughty; Mr. anrt Mrs.
C. Douglas 'and two children:
Miss Bessie,JEn?leberff; Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Di Kostein: Mrs.
Charle. Farley peter piolek:
Mrs. Helen Griffin; and; Miss
Helen Griffin. 4 t t T
Miss Blanche t3unhouser ReT.
V. Francis Guterl: Mr. and Mrs,
B. C. Halllday and three chil children;
dren; children; Mrs. sarah E. Ham; Mr.
and Mrs. c. A. Harrell and
daughter; Mr. arnT .Mrs.. R. 1.
Hern pnd two ch'ldren: Mr:
and Mrs.. Trowbridge Heaton
ana two chUdren; Bvell Hollis Hollis-ter:
ter: Hollis-ter: Miss Brooke Holllster: Mr,
and Mrs. T. F Hotz an dtnh-
ter; Mr. and Mrs. W. W4 Huff Huffman
man Huffman and three children:'. Mrs.
Marjorle V. Jones; Miss Marie
Keeiran: Mr. and Mrs. F: H.
Lerchen and daughter:' Miss
Peggy Leydet: Miss Ann Leytiet4
Miss MeHe McCauley; Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. McGauphey and two
cniiaren and Mr. John A. Ma
Natt and son; v ; ... ;
Miss Rubv Marks: Mrs. Hen Hen-rletta
rletta Hen-rletta Wver; Mr. and Mrs. H,
TJuke Miller: Mrs: Pauline Mot Mot-ta;
ta; Mot-ta; Miss Sandra Motta; Mrs.
Joan D. Nash and son; Mrs. Ol Olive
ive Olive Nessen; Mr. and Mrs. Eueene
E. Norton; Mr. anrl Mrs.'E.
O'Brien and two children; Miss
Helen Pawlus; Mr. and' Mrs.
Walter G. Peterson" and two
children: Miss Lilian L. Pratt:
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rftinler and
two children: Mr. nd Mrs. 3. A.
Rancourt; Miss .Viola Raupn:
Miss Frarre Relmannr Dr. and
Mrs: FtanK B. Fleftohl and two
children: Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rle.
mers and three children;
Miss Celia Rospw: Miss Helen
Rogow; Mr. and Mrs. Albert-A.
Shore and three children: Mr.
and Mrs. M. A. Smith and two
children: Miss Anne Smith;
Miss Marie Ft. I,eger; Mrs. Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude Suchodolaki; : i :
Mr inH Mm tnin B 'tnv
... Am.., liui. A JV
and three children: James M;
Terrell; Mrs. Alma L. Tracy; Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Ureta: Mrs
Frances Wheeler;' Mr. and Mrs".
Joseph ,! W. Winn Jr.. 'and two
children;, Mr, and Mrs. Samuel
Wishnle; Miss Minna Witkoff;
Miss Dorothy Young; Carlos ze ze-lenka
lenka ze-lenka and Mrs. Virginia Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham and two children.
Old Mine Shaft
Aug. 8 OTP) i An old mine
shaft collapsed today and tons
of earth tumbled into it from a
playing field above, shaking the
town "like a minor earthquake."
Two gaoing holes anneared In
the' field, one more than 20 feet
wide end at least 100 feet deep
The other was 12 feet across and
20 feet deep.
fOR SALE: 1949 Fd 4-do.r
V-3, $395. Inttrasttd partita
call Ft. Kobb 6267, $p3 HaU
lavtH. ,-' ; :". ' ;
FOR SALI- 1951 F.rd V-l.
vrdriv Will iH for bt -far.
Pkn l.lboa 2-2310.
FOR SALE: 1954 black Jaguar
Mark VII Salon Stdaa, 16000
-mild,' axccllcnt condition, nd
laathcr Mart, completely quip-pa-
Call Coco Solo 606.
FOR SALE: 1941 i-to. Dod
pick-up, food condition all a a-raund.
raund. a-raund. lalbM 3050.
Boa! & Motors
FOR SALE: 15-foot runabout,
and It konopwr Scott-Atwa-''
tor nina, both lik new. Pkan
16-2155, atk for Frank Ptnn.
Several prominent officials p!
me canai organization ana jonn
T. Ridgely, who has been on the
Isthmus for the past six weeks
I conducting & study of Panama
Railroad operations, are among
the 94 passengers scheduled to
sail Saturday for New York'
board the Panama liner Ancon
Among the well-known Canal
i officials leaving for vacations. In
the United states are Philip L.
Steers, comotroller: HenrV L.
Donovan,-Civil Affa'rs director;
ana Dr. sveante P. smroxov,
chief of the. surgicsl service rt
Gorgas. Hospital. All. three- will
be accompanied by members of
their families. 's-f,, f
Ridgely will be accompanied
bv Mrs. Rldeeiv. He has been
here' on a studv of the Pantma,!
Rauroaa for tne House Mer
chant ; Marine Brd Fisheries
Committee, v- -;. f
inree oassengerj ar nooKea
on the Anoon for Haiti. They
are Miss Rosela Lee. Mrs. Lee
Marouard, and Miss Elaine Sam-
uels. .. 'J. '.. v :
Th complete advance nassen-
ger li?t for-New York follows:
Mr. and Mrs, Ralph C Arm Armstrong;
strong; Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs, George R.
Ashley; Victor Baer; Mr. arfd
Mrs. Roy Blomoulst: Mr. and
Mrs. Piet Bodenhorst and 2
children; Mrs. Harriett R, Col Collins;
lins; Collins; Miss Elizabeth Collins; Dr.
and Mrs. S. H. Crawford: Miss
Beatrice Davis; Mr. and Mrs.
David Dohrman and son;r Mr.
and Mrs. Henry L. Donovan and
daughter; John P. Dougan: Mrs.
Amy M. Farnham; Charles C.
Fears, Jr.;- jind Mrs. Frank D.
Ford.:.,, .,4-, -..
Miss Lillian Grcenbergf Miss
Ruth Greenberg; Miss Berna
dette Harkln; Miss Margaret
aariun; -- Dr. Jacob Harrison:
Miss Bertha Harrison: Mr. and
'Mrs. A. L. 'Herman: Mr. and Mrs.
ijohn Hinton; Miss Corlnne Je
aeu; Mrs. carmen p. Jolly; Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Jurin: Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Kane; .Mrs. .Ella
Kittrldge; Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Kleinsinger ; and Joseph H. Kue-
ter., ...' -.,:.
Mr. and Mrs. John Logav Dr.
and Mrs. Dewis C Lush and
daughter: Mrs. Ruth Lundmark:
Mrs, Flossie Y. McKethan; Mrs.
Frank Merrill; Mr. and Mrs. Har Harold
old Harold W.Meyer: Mr. and Mrs. John
w. Murray: Mr. and Mrs.. Wal.
ter j. Naumann; Mr. and Mrs.
John pales; Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Palitz; Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
pretz; Mrs. Allda Prigge: : Miss
Ann C. Reilly: Mr. and i Mrs.
John T. Ridgely.
Miss Mary Pandberg; Miss
Claire Schenkel: v Miss Sylvia
Shaoero: Dr. and Mrs. Evganle
p. sniroKov ; Howard H. Sprague;
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Steers, Jr.
ana two cnuaren: Mr. ana Mrs.
Elmer & Stem; Miss Rosemary
Stumpo: Mr. And Mrs. Paul
Volpe; Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Wichmann and son: and Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel c Zltzmann
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS v
OX 2031, ANCON. CX
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL CX
ISAACS TYPEWRITER REPAIRS
FOR FREE: -wk-ald hit hit-tn.
tn. hit-tn. Call Balboa 2192.
- V i
FOR SALE: Upright pian ra-,
ccatly reconditioned and rcfin rcfin-ished
ished rcfin-ished $125. Balboa 2-3464. ,;
FOR SALE-i- Complct cerami
equipment ht xcllnt condition,
which include Swedish kilu,
pttr'l wheel (running electric electrically
ally electrically and by foot), wedging table.
hat b, all chemicalt, etc For
further information call Panama
3-0001 between 5-7 p.m.
FOR SALE: Cemra Argut C3
with attachmenh. Fort Clayton
6115. .: :
FOR SALE-Pin Vest Frenck,
Hout. No. 2031 Via Espifia.
Pkan 3-2203 Panama.
FOR RENT v
ATTENTION 6. 1.1 Jurt built
der furniihod Mrtmenti, I,
2 badroemt, bot, cold wle,
Pbon Panama 1-494
FOR RINTl Modern nwly
baiilt tw-bdrom apartment,
well located in El Cangrejo. Tl Tl-phont
phont Tl-phont 3-1043. iv r.
FOR RENT. Unfuraiahad mod modern
ern modern apartment: I bedroom, lit
ing-dining room, kitcnen, pte.
Hot witer mttallation, all Uunl
daring facilitiet. Building jutt
conitructed, Jot Franciic d la
On Ave. (Automobile Row),
earner of 32nd ad Mariano A A-rotemtna
rotemtna A-rotemtna Strath, $60. Oiicount
if rant b paid In advance, Phon
3-2727 from 2:30 t. 5 p.m. r
FOR RINTi Cool furnished
, partment near Canal Z, bed bed-:
: bed-: room, living room, kitchen, bird
tnd bakeny, tiled floor, privata
- ntrance. Phone Panama 1-6)76
between 5 and 7 tonight. i ) 1
FOR RENT: Frashly painf4
bedroom, living room, dinette dinette-kitcken.
kitcken. dinette-kitcken. Ideal for couple: Call
Darien Na. 14-21, next street
From 4rk uly Avenu.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart- 1
mnt, if condifioned, telviion.'
Phone 2-0710 or 2-2061 ,l
FOR RENT Furnished modern
apartment, screened, military in in-apected,
apected, in-apected, one and twa badraom.''
Five miautei walk from Zone.'
Call 2-3065 (on. lin) s
Young Spanish speaking North
American offers his services s
collector for responsible com commercial
mercial commercial firms. Guarantee far
turn collected. Addratl; Apsrta Apsrta-d
d Apsrta-d 4452, Panama. ''w.
Cause $10 Million
Worth Of Damage
MELBOURNE, Australia;5 Aufr.
8 (UP) The damage estimate
from floods on the Darling and
Murray rivers rose to nearly 10
million dollars today. -Authorities
said vast areas of reclaimed
land has been knocked out of
production for the next two
years. Hundreds of servicemen
were helping exhausted residents
of a dozen towns along the riv rivers
ers rivers to maintain levee banks.
COMPLETE TV SERVICE
Job or Contract
U.S. Trained' Technicians
. Corner "H" and Darien
All Work Guaranteed
Service Calls Till 10:00 p.m.
FOR SALE Largo cool lot wirk
excellent view in Crr Qampa Qampa-a.
a. Qampa-a. Cheap., Own leaving All
water .right. Cristobal 2866.
FOR SALE:-iGood piece of land
in El Valle, 3000 tq- mH. Con.
tact R. Friedman, Phen 2-2621.'
13-95 Ancon Ad.
WANTED. 3-bdrom chalet
with hot water, centrally located,
unfurnished. Phone .Panama 3-
0632. i : -.
CHICAGO, Aug. 8 '-i (UP) -Harriman-For-President
quarters today accused the Ste
venson camp of planting "com-
Dieteiy false rumors' that the
New York Governor was ready
S'i "re'i v: .,.
. 7 i mm
. i M i9
I .: f;:: -: V----' V::TXV:'
.. ,-'V t S i
rWHr rVX1 Jng these two places of in-
Prenti; r,nm jritta"T
Carmine DeSapio, New York
oolitical leader, was here to mas
termind the Harrlman campaign
m me last siretcn. -Lloyd
Benefield.- director of
the H a rr 1 m a n for President
heaaquarterst said: f
."This is another rumor put
out bv the Adlai Stevenson
forces. They see the South run running
ning running away from them and are
trying to cover up the Stevenson
straddle of yesterday instead of
snsclfylng what he meant by his
statement. ..' -j
Stevenson in an Interview tel
evised yesterday said he felt the
platform should show "unequi "unequivocal
vocal "unequivocal anproval" of the Supreme
Court School integration decision.-,"
The Harrlman director atratrt
chaljenged Stevenson to detail
his (position on a civil rights
olank for the Democratic plat-
rorm committee. "We think."
said Benefield, "He should make
his position clear. Is ha the' can candidate
didate candidate of moderation or not? We
would like to know and we are
sure the convention .would like
' UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
' Canal Zone
United States Dhtrict Court Per Th
. DUtrict Of The Canal Zone
v. Division of Balboa
Iwell A. Smith, plaintiff vs. Amelia
F. Smith, Defendants Sunutiona Case No.
4357, CivU Docket 20. Action for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant; 1
- You are hereby required to appear and
answer the comnlaint filed In th ahnv.
entitled action within ninety days after
the- first date of publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, Judirment will be taken a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst you by default for the relief de
manded m the complaint
Witness the Honorable Guthrie F
I Crowe, Judge. United States District
court for the District of the Canal Zone
C. T. McCormlck. Jr.
(Seal) ' ) .,
By Sara e la Pefta
Chief Deputy Clerk. -To
Amelia T. Smith:
The foregoing summons I served iro-
en you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe.
Judge. United States District Court fnr
th Distrtrt A th r.nal 7mm Aaimti
July 1. 19S6. and entered end filed in
this action In the office of the Clerk!
of said United States District Court fori
the Division of Balboa, on July 19, 195C.
' C T. McCormlck. Jr. -:.
By Sara de la Pefta
Chief Deputy Clerk.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach kn. On mil past Ca Carina.
rina. Carina. Phone Balboa 1166.
Visit Hotel Country Club El Va Valle,
lle, Valle, cool climate. See th taguar
tree and golden fro at.
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses,
Pbon Thompson Balboa 1772.
Baldwin' furnished apartments
t Santa Clara Beach. Tl-
phon' Smith, Balboa Soli. ; ;
PHILLIPS Oceeaside CeHatM,
Santa Oar. BM 435, Balboa
Phono Panama 3-1177. Crieto Crieto-bl
bl Crieto-bl 3-1673.
San Blast Portbbelb
Films To Be Shown i
At USO Tonight
To aid those when plan to visit
the ancient Spanish .town of
Portobelo and the Ran nine t.
land and for the general enter
tainment or service t personnel
and he public, the USO-JWB
has arranged for films encom-
shown tonight at 8
at the USO-JWB Armed Forces
service center; J
The commentary. h fur
nished by Dick Parker of Colon
who is a seasoned visitor to
Panama's- many sights of inter
est ana iocai coior. ,,
The films, nresented as a nuh-
lic service by the Tourist Bureau
of Panama in cooperation with
the USO-JWB, are open to the
servicemen and dependents and
tne residents of the Canal Zone
and Panama.' -'
THE NEW Austin 1956
DESIGNED AND BUILT FOR ,
COJIFORT DURABILITY AND ECON03IY
ITS COSTjAND MAINTENANCE IS THE LOWEST IN THE FIELD
JUST ASK ANY AUSTIN OWNER!. v
J THREE SIZES AVAILABLE WITH 4 OR 6 CYLINDERS
V0U CAN, DEPEND ON IT!
VISIT US Am TRY THEM 1
CIA. CYRNOS, S. A.
ONE BLOCK FROM TIVOLI CROSSING
FOR RENT: Small 2-bedreeas
house, furnished. Water, light t
American couple without chil children,
dren, children, F Street, El Cangrejo, Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-5640. ;
FOR RENT: Chalet: 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, porch, living-dining room,
tarag. Beside "Estecion teta tetania,"
nia," tetania," Trans-Isthmian Highway.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Female hunting dog,
large ears, whit and tan. Re Reward.
ward. Reward. Pkan 3-2794 Panama.
3 Red (Terrorists'
Killed Near -j
SINGAPORE. AUfi. 8 VTrpV A
Thai : border.- patrol killed three
uommunist terrorists, two of
them women, near the Malay Malay-Thailand
Thailand Malay-Thailand border Friday a government-
spokesman said today.
- ;V, II III I II '.. I 'i .III li
Silver Star Club
Night On Friday
The Silver Star Social and Danc Dancing
ing Dancing Club will hold an ."extended"
visitor s night Friday at She Ja
maican Society auditorioum.
Several other sousre -'dancine
clubs are expected to attend. Buck
Jones and bis "Boys", will play lor
u. ;r.'''-:'1 ';.;!-! A ''. ii.:ft;'-,;,ti. I i" -'-V;
Help Wanted j
WANTED Maid t cook and
clean. Arbeix Bldg. 5th St., Apt,
. WANTED : Reliable wm f
general keusework, help with
children, cooking. Liv in, '.
Call Cfmbi N. 5, Apt. 6 -'
WANTED: Maid for recom- ',!
mendation for cooking 0 house- ?
work. Good salary. Mutt sleep ;
ht. Avcnida Cuba No. 21-33.
Spaces Still Open;
For Cana) Trip; j
Offered By USO
Ten more reservations an stlTt
be placed for the popular Canal
trip offered by the Panama
Tourist Bureau of Panama, un-
aer trie auspices or the. USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Armed Forces Service cen-
cs.vr oufiunjr, ---i-
" Stops will be made at points
or interest between Gatun and
Pedro Miguel, and a right-be-side
the-ship view and explanai
tion of a ship In transit at. the
Mlraf lores locks..
. For information pr teservft teservft-tlons
tlons teservft-tlons telephone Balboa 4321 from
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 1:30-4
4 1:30-4 p.m. After 4 p.m. dial the USO-
. 'JWB Balboa 107?. ',
TVEBNESDAT, AfGCST 8, 1938
HZ PANAMA A.MES1CAN AN IX DEPEND EST DAILT NEWSPAPEH
; Also: ''
BANK NIGHT i
CHIEF CRAZY -HORSE
, POPULAR NIGHT 1 ;
- $1.11 PER CAR! t
Never Wave, at a Wac
with Rosalind Russell tod
Shslley Winters in a great
1 CASH ON DELIVERY 1
H 5 and
Douglas Fairbanks Cary
Grant in one of the un unforgettable
forgettable unforgettable films! ;
Gold Prize $159.00
with John Ireland
BATTLES OF CHIEF
with Lex Barker
- Also: -THE
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1 7-7 wtvtSnrzttL.
Irish Actor Takes The Cure
After Appearing Drunk On TV
DUBLIN. Aur 8 (UP) Play-i "Everybody who has anything
wright Brendan Behan, one of Ire-' to do with me has a gleam in1
land's best two 1 fisted drinkers,) their eye. And then there was that
said yesterday he will go the U- fella who came in the other day
nuea -states tins year aner ue tut- ana sianea uiwumg u
ishes taking the "cure." U-and in front of me, too.
Rohan sinnintf "nph" : nodal He said when he sets out of the
water in the hospitaf here where hospital he will go to the Isle of
Ara, on ine wesi const, wunc
there's nothing to distract a fella
from the business of writing."
"You'd need the imagination of
a tired businessman at the Wind
mill (London's nude show) to get
By United PYess
he is learning to treat alcohol as
an enemy, said h? planned to go
to America for the opening of his;
successful play, "The Quare ei ei-la."
la." ei-la." '
"T fhinV T'll uninv the trio hut
I'll till K n th tviann ii Id a kirk out of this sodf! stuff, but
the burly Irishman. V I'm persisting can't let herself
"The doctors here ten me tnav (wtfe Beatnce ana m uuciuis
it is the alcohol that is wrong with down," he saia
"I gav them all some! You wouldn't want Shultz to
, grow up to be eelfish, would you?"
f I I I I 4W 1 Iff
U: . n.. f
ne Johnson A i
me and I'm supposed to give up
the stuff forever. Uh."
Behart- scandalized and delight delightedsome
edsome delightedsome 10 million people in Brit Britain
ain Britain recently when he appeared on
a television program drunk. ;. i
"I'm still a bit hazy aoout u
all,"' he said 2hen asked about
the nroeram. 'i".
Behan was known to us xeuow
drinkers in Dublin as a man with
bottomless caDacity for liquor
He has started more than once at
one side of the city and worked
his way, tavern by tavern, to tne
But the sDectacle he made of
himself on TV m Britait prompted
him to "take the cure."
lie started on a milk diet last
u-ppk. Todav he graduated to soda
water. He wihget -put of the hos-,i
puai ims wees. r
; "This is worse man inuruer) wis
curin business," he said
UVaii bnnui nrvr 1 1 A II P
time. But I agree with the doctorslieep it going
that I've had my snare tor ine
moment and what a good share.
it. Was, too.".-:,'. '-'iv ..-
In the fields of England the
great old houses stand, decaying
with dignity like the barrows, of a
dead civilization. But that civiliza civilization
tion civilization is not entirely dead, and there
ris tragedy in the efforts of the
few who trv. to preserve .tne
graceful traditions of the past m
an inhospitable world. v
Helen Ashton, a long-time Lon
doner who now lives in rural Eng
land, has drawn on her experiences
of a number of these old mansions
to create The Half-Crown House
(Dodd. Mead) a touching novel
about a fictitious baronial seat
and the efforts' of its occupants to
'- HOLLYWOOD--(NEA) llofly-' Miriam Hopklm resuming her
woodiles- Are Talking About: Tne career w.lh a lv appearance Aug.
ii.'i mm Jnurnai s uredictiou 9 on a "Climax" show from Hoi
' that the fate of Hollywood hinges, lywood. Howard Duff, who just
- on the box otiiee results 01 mis siarrea m rury bi un w
cnmhiw't rnn nf ninp hia movi;3. same sbow, is neKOtiating for the
"These filmsL reports the Jour- film rights. He played the4 role of
sal, "will indicate wnetner mov- an aiomic, scientist un, iho
iedom is headed toward a period: we wnen an atomic ;,Domo nus
of economic resurgence or an ever- iue -4 t ? f
lengthening jspeil of trouble 1 -
'. times '-J! h. nine movies in the v .Paramoun' oood .lucV n.(
1 ci-busUng league tpsi,50o,-iln b'-ball scenes for Jim
, ooo .. -Piersall StoryM:at BesUn's Fen-i
:.. -.yy-r-r'- .j way. Park. Jim hit a home rum
:. Eddie Fisher's 'unprecedented for tht camera boys durina a Rod
- deluge 'of fail mail at liKO. Since Sox-Chiox tame. .Jody Oarlnad's
starting "Bundle of Joy" with Deb- click in Las Vtsss as a nioht-
bie Reynolds, .Eddie has mailed club singer. ."I Love Lucy,
" out ,11,262 fan photos. .ABC-TV, "Roy Rogers" and "Dragnet" in
, jumping into tue Saturday .night the first seven -on. London s Ty
TV rating battle next season with .hit parade. ,v.i:.-;i;f.;Vt f
OLD MOVIES from ma.or studios.
Hollywood's best will compete
against the Pery Como Show and
J I Colbert movie hit. 1 hear Shirley
Disnevland ending its firsf year. Booth wiU star in .the tunefilm.i
o' operation with a report of S,-'. v .HOUywood keeping- pace wna
iv in vne re-isuc ui um mviio.
One hundred -six currently. are
alavlna movie theaters in the U.S.
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Ava toaraner again siaieu m uiei
840 kcs.v Panama Qly
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" Tomorrow, Thursday, Aug. I
i-nn Feature Review
4: 30 What's Your Favorite (re.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
, P EAST
SOUTH (D) 1
West North East
Pass JV P
Pass '. P
rsss 4 A Pass
I -is "4
Opening lead Q
Fountain -Court -was built in the
16th century by a prosperous wool
merchant on the foundations of a
confiscated abbey. It came to its
greatest glory in the 18th century,
when the family was ennobled aud
enriched by the marriage with i
West Indian heiress.1 p : ? s J
At the time of the story Hen
rietta Hornbeam and her war-crippled
cousin Charles are striving to
nrrserve the- house for the nine-
year-old fifth ; baron j by'i growing
produce lorj tne marice ana snov snov-ing
ing snov-ing visitors' through at a hall
crown a head, i
' Altheuefc the action of the hovel
occurs witlmva spanot z nours,
Miss Ashton manages through
flashbacks to cover the whole hts
torv of the house and the family
Including tne ume wnen uero
Henrietta Maral slept' there oa the
way to loin her ill-starred husband,
Charles I. and the ereat occasion
when King Edward Vll came down
for the shooting. ;
it is-1' heart-warming account
of joy and sadness,, ardent affec
tion and wmspereo scanaai, spun
ning 400 years of English history.
You've surely often deceived otv
1 u.. I j : i
?,".es.UnnT Uke by P I yur o" hand. Have you ever de-
ceived them bv the cards vou've
played from the dummy? It seems
i niifAi-fai inmrnhiirtnora i n nni'
for a musical emake of MImita m5bluE RIBBON
tinn of Life "the old Claudette
v.u ;i m iiajuu jiuiw wk uuuiui): ii seems
5 :35-What's your pavorite fmp0Ssible t0 get deceptive ef ef-4
4 ef-4 (cont'd) i 'i I feet by the plays made from an
pynnspH hand hnf it pan ISa Hnna
miAOrrtd r F
oru as we u see in today s hand
442,597 visitors. Forty per cent
wore from out of state. . .Pasa .Pasadena,
dena, .Pasadena, Calif., .police barring the
September issue of a scandal mag
atino because of an article on EeUsuit for divorce against Frank
c:. i .ii. j i Sinatra in iNevaaa.- one won a
Immoral." : ; quick six-week decree a couple of
Tha-"Doath" of tha elreus Blg'years ago but failed to-pick up
Too but happy news for Para- the final papers: Now she 11 have
mount. C. B. DeMille's circus film, to reside there tor anotner six to
"The Greatest Show on Earth,'
has crossed S21.000.000 to date.
MGM ready to sign on the dotted
line for a. single TV showing of
"The Wizard of Oz'.on ts at
Christmas time. Reported price is
makp it all nicd and leeal. .Jean
Simmons' medic setting Sept. 5 for
her store oat.
:30-rYour Dancing Party
6:45 Do It yourseii
L 7:00 Halls Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report irom U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater,;,
o-nnvn Asked For It (re
, quests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jaza Till Midnight -12:00
Richard Conte playing bis "Jirst
roiuedv role in fourteen years oi
.movie making as Judy Holliday's
hiihhv in "Full of Life." Ironic be-
Mbvi. starlet Gloria TalboW .lop- cause HdWyw81!"0.: ''
In, to Las Yogas, with Sandy S.,1942' after .smash W m the
r. hut da awinn tha marriaoe comeuy ieu u, u.v
throe days because of "cold feot.-'play, "Jasod,
Returning to Hollywood, she was1
J ,"?,' j Vu. A rh.in f drive-in theaters dls-
araam" 1 playing and aolling Esther Wil-
,l,m i li.ms' nowlnstall.lt-yoursolf swim-
; Leonard : Goldenson, president ning pooh A chvom.
of American uroaacastma rara-
mount Theaters, saying theater
owners should have nothing to fear
from the flood of old movies due
r m TV this fall and winter. Good' a Ml Ford
movies, he claims, have lost none, for a movie she i
.of their appeal for ticket buyers.) '56 Thunderbird.
tw Hollywood influence note
about Katharine Hepburn: At her 11:00 News
' Today, Wednesday, Aus. I
AM .1' ... ...
a-nn-Slpr. On Alarm Clock
-.) Club (request M. takea
' !, by phone till. 7:00).
-sn Mnrnln Salon Concert
8:19 Church In The-WUdwood
8:30 Musical Reveiue
9 : 00 News -...
8:15 Sacred Heart
8:30 Paris Star Time ;
10:00 News f
m!0' Snins 'and Needles
, quests taken by phone
We;t nnened th onppn of rlnh
and South won with the king. De
clarer led a spade to the ace,
returned to the ace of clubs, and
led the queen of spades.
West took the king of spades.
and declarer began his campaign
by discarding a small heart from
the dummy. South was far more
interested in dummy's hearts than
in dummy's diamonds, but he
wanted to create the opposite im
west returned a club, and bouin
ruffed. Declarer next led the jack
of spades and discarded a second
heart from dummy. East discard discarded
ed discarded his last club on the third round
of spades. :' :
South could afford to' lead still
another trump and to discard still
another, heart from the dummy, dummy,-This
This dummy,-This trick save East something to
think about. He still had his origi
nal three hearts and four dia
monds, while dummy .had saved
only two hearts but four diamonds.
- Perhaps East should have
sniffed the air for the aroma of
red herring, but it didn't occur to
him that anything was going on.i
East discarded the deuce of
hearts, and the party .was. over.
' Playwright John Van Dru
tetf, author! of 'Voic"of the Tur Turtle"
tle" Turtle" apd 1 Remember Mama"
bas written a -strange and eueff-
tive fictional autobiography in
The .Vwarioua Years (Scribnetsl
fThe atoryi teliaof Hhose yearl in
theihfe of Teddy Attrtdgtf wneu it
opmpil that nnlhinfi was haDDen-
Ing to him at all, that everythihg
he experienced was uiceu up pec-ond.-bandsji-,.spectatot.
events that shook the lives of
bis friends. These friends are his
Cousins Oliver-and Joanna,' Winter,
Rita Carhll. drama critic cf a Lon
don woman's magazine, and Bruce
Marlowe,' a very minor and very
drunk American novelist, ine
events that shake their lives again
are nothine more than Joanna's
decision to leave home, and Rita
and Bruce s short love auair.
It would be wrong, and Van
bruten knows it, to say that Teddy
moiur" as a .result 'of his vi
carious participation in. these
lives. The most that happen is
that Jus perspectives grow a lime
less childish. And yet, on this
most slender of threads, Van uru uru-ten
ten uru-ten has hung a novel full of more
wisdom. warmth, and maturity
than most novelists attain.
NUMBERING THE TERROR Cypriot woman takes her place before the camera as British V
officials begin the task of issuing Identity cards to all citizens of violence-torn Cyprus. All
persons over the age of 11 are to be- fingerprinted and photographed in an attempt jto itake 1
nossible speedy apprehension of terrorists.
(Compiled by Publishers' Weekly)'
THE LAST HURRAH Edwin
THE MANDARINS Simone de
Beauvoir i k s
THING OF BEAUTY A. J.'1
A SINGLE PEBBLE John Hersey
ARTHRITIS AND COMMON .
SENSE Dan Dale Alexander
. H -ft.
THE BIRTH OF BRITAIN Sir
. ... .. ... a
GUESTWARD HO!-Barbara Hoo-
. ton and Patrick Dennis,
PROFILES' IN COURAGE-
LQVE, OR t PERISH-Smilcy
1 .' ; ... v .:. ; .. .
YOUTH Arnold Gesell and others
New Orleans' notable mainly for
its relentlessly objective documen documentary
tary documentary style;' and Craig Rice's
charming-but slender 'Beyond the
aaaow t a urea m," the afore aforementioned
mentioned aforementioned only straight tec-tale.
. Also on hand are Evan Jliinter,
To peMyeert the' brother Haw
kins. Bumham Carter. Richard
Deming, William Fay and a num-
bet of almost unknowns.
.. (i .. ; ' i ; .5,. v. ,- ,
David C. Cooke's Best Detective
fttnrip. nf the Year 195$ (Dutton)
Vould seem to have picked a bad
year. .' 1 v
1 nf thU round dozen of .crime
stories, only .one adheres to the
rules (corpse or killing, detec detective,
tive, detective, denouement) of the detective
story; the others are crime or
human interest stories In which
th prime Is oedestrian and both
humanity and interest are for the
most part, missing.- w -,
-iOnly'three stories deserve 'any
sort 6U mention: 'Broker's Spe Special'
cial' Special' py Stanley Ellin, whose re recent
cent recent sole volume established him
as a master 01 me crime swiy,
. LITA ENHART
'' Versatile vedelle-
harme Hepburn: ner :n.';; V- -fc.'die,' South fed a heart and gave up'offers a flne.tfreslt.reworitmg 01
Connecticut shi s drives ll:05-Splna And NeecUej which his.tbe ue of 8 man who plo s the
rd. While in HoUywood (cont'd) nme 0 hearts was cood as his rterfect murder of his wife's lover:
ie she's driving a rented u :3o Meet The Entertainer tenth trick., 'kobert-J Le.vin's "Redhead from
erbird. 12:00 Newg i ?.,'- . It1 f
" M .i.'-.-v" ' ' '
GOOD, OLD SLOPPY DAYS French screen stars Roger
Sapet, left, end Nicole Jonesco make a splash presentation of
their latest film effort- No sophisticated drawing room com- r
edy, this. II depends for its eAect oa pie-iu-Uie-face slapjUtic
lor its rib-tickhne eflcct. .
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12:05 Lunchtime Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot- -1:00
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show"
2:30 Much-B I n d i n g-In-The
3:00 Hank ,Snow And ; His
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30-Jlusic For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 Whata Your Favorite (re
, quests taken by phone
5: so News
5:35 what'a Your favorite
a-nnTo b. announced
8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTSi
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Here's To Veterans
6:45 Cooperative Hour
7:00 Goon Show
7:30-VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater -8:30
Take It From Here
0:00 You Asked For It (re-
; quests taken by pnone
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan
, ama : ;'"
10:45 Temple of Dreams I
11:00 Concert Under The Stare
12:00 Sign Olf.:; ;.,;
Showing At Your Service tenter Theatres Tonight
HOWARD bUFF.an XITA BARON in
.6:15 k 7:53
6:15 ft 7:50
C:15 ft 7:55
; y Ulari RtpvenS. in J
Richard Conte & Peggie Castle
Joseph Cotten ft Rhonda Fleming
. "THE KILLER IS LOOSE;. :,
' Lex Barker ft Patricia Medina
"DUEL ON THE MISSISSIPPI
PARAISO 6:15 ft 8:15 "IVORY HUNTERS
1A BOCA "Without Reservations" ft "The Lusty jMen"
i SANTA CRUZ 'TOST 1UMA" ft "THE FAKE"
t CAMP BIERD Ctry Grant Ingrld ?ergman "Notorious" j
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: outstanding male dancer
at COLON'S entertainment center
. the bsauliful
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WEDNESDAY, AfGrST S, 1351
Newcombe Moves :Within Kaiise
! Big Don Notches Third
Straight Shutout, 3-0
i FA CUE TEN
o sf o JL Y Jul. k.3
I TJfTjQ 1'
In The Majors-
LEADING BATTKRS s
(ased on 2M"ofnral at bats)
.- i. '. '
By Irvin Blue Sunday
Editor.: CONRADO SARCEAN1
; W By FRED DOW? 1 i. v"
, l NEW, YORK, Aug. 8 (UP) Bon Newcombe
i 'moved within range of two National League records
. today in his Brilliant om 10 pucn me tfroouyn uoa?-
- vjers to another pennant.
Big Newk often accused in
, 'the past of "not winning the big
ones' notched his third straight
Mhutout, his eighth straight vic victory
tory victory and his 17th win of the
year last night in overpowering
the Pittsburgh pirates, 3-0. The
win enabled the .Dodgers to stay
within lYt games of the firat-
nlaee Milwaukee' Braves, ?who
"beat the Chicago Cubs, 6-1, In,
- an afternoon game.
f Newcombe ; needs one more
' shutout to tie the league mark
. of four In a row shared by Mor Mor-J,
J, Mor-J, decai Brown, Grover Cleveland
: Alexander, Ed Reulbach, Bill
i Lee. and Sal Maglie, and his
4 strhig of 33 consecutive scoreless
. Innings gives him a shot at the
' league mark of 48 13 set. by
:7Catl Hubbell in 1933.
" Newcombe, who hasn't lost
since June 17, struck out six and
walked two as the Dodgers
scored their sixth victory with
out a defeat at their "home a-
I way from home" in Jersey city.
Duke Snider provided the big
if right-hander with the only scor scorning
ning scorning he needed when he wallop wallop-"
" wallop-" ''ed his 3lst homer with a mate
"aboard In the third inning. It
"'was the 15th win in 18 games
for the Dodgers, 7
k Warren Spatan contributed a
- homer to the Braves' 12-hit
'attack and Hank Aaron hit
. two singles to stretch h's bat batting
ting batting streak to 24 consecutive
' games, apann, scoring nis
11th win, limited the Cubs to
, eight hits and was backed up
v kv three double plays.
.' The S. Louis Cardinals, mean mean-while,
while, mean-while, knocked the Cincinnati
Redlegs three .games off. the
' Braves' pace when they rallied
In the late innings for an 8-4
triumph.. Bobby Morgan's pinch
' single with the bases filled and
t'two. out in the eighth put the
Cardinals ahead, 6-4, and they
I added two more runs In the
. ninth. Wally Moon paced, the
. Redbirds' attack with five hit
to raise his season's average to
".328 17 points behind Aaron's
eague-Aeadlng figure, ; ; V.
Southpaws Harvey Haddlx and
Curt Simmons each scored his
sixth staright triumph as the
Philadelphia- Phillies beat the
New York Giants, 4-3 and 3-L
Stan Lopata singled home the
winning run In the ninth inning
of the opener, which the Giants
protested because of a reversed
umpire's decision in the ninth,
while Simmons fired a tour-nit
ter. The sweep stretched the
Phillies'- winnine streak t6 five
games a club high for Jthe year.
,v V '
Ted WBliamj walked with
the bases filled to break up a
brilliant pitching duel and give
the Boston Red Sox a 1-0 deci decision
sion decision over the New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees in an ll-'nning thriller.,
Relief pitcher Tommy Byrne
walked Williams after two
Yankee errors and a walk by
Don Larsen filled the bases.
WBlard Nixon limited the
Yankees to seven hits to win,
his sixth decision.
Th Cleveland Indians reduc
ed the Yankees' first-place1 lead
to seven games when they snapped-
a fourgame losing streak
with a 5-2 triumph over the De
troit Tigers. Hal Naragon' went
four-for-four and Preston ward
three-for-four, including a hom homer
er homer for each, to help Mike Garcia
win his eighth game. Garcia lost
1.1- 1 .Im.I. w,VlM
ilia siiuwub m uic uuiui hum
Ray Boone hit a two-run homer.
Frank Lary suffered his 12th
loss aealnst 10. victories.
The Chicago Whlte Sox scored
a pair of 10-inmng victories
over the Kansas City Athletics,
winning the opener, 5-4.W when
Jim Rivera tripled home -Walt
Dropo and taking the nightcap,
4-3, when Drbpo singled home
Nelson Fox. Ellis Kinder, and
Paul LaPalme were the winning
pitchers. .- '"
" YESTERDAY'S STAR Don
Newcombe, who pitched his
third straight shutout in giv giving
ing giving the Dodgers, a 3-6 win
over the.SirateSvi.HK, '..
STORM CENTER- -Chicago's skyline peering dimly through :
dark haze in the background, crews scurried to trim sheets at
the start of the Chicago-to-Mackinac Sailing-. Race as jthe
entries fan' into squalls on Lake Michigan.
Player, Club r ab r h pet
Aaron, Mil; 88 338 72 134 .345
Moon, St. L. 89 357 66 117 .328
Musial, St. L. 103 390 59 126 .323
SCdlenst, N.Y, 77 575 29 87 .316
Boyer, St. L. 103 417 72 131 .314
AMERICAN LIAGl'l ..
Mantle.' N.Y. 101 372 93 135 .363
Williams, BOS. 87 242 40 84 .347
Vernon, Bos. 83 287 49 98 .341
Kuenn, Det 99 883 60 129 .337
Maxwell, Det. 96 335 68 111 .331
Mantle, yanks 3T
SnldeC Dodgers ....... 31
KluszewskL pedlfcs 25
Banks, Cubs .
RUNS BAITED IN
Mantle, Yanks 93
Kallne, Tigers ,-...,', 86
Wertz, Indians i.X.iV
' Simpson, Athletics 81
Musial, St, Louis ; 81
- RONS S
v Mantle, Yanks 93
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 80
' Snider, Dodgers ......... 77
Fox, White Sox r.i. 76
Yost, Senators ........ 73
. HITS "s n
Mantle, Yanks ''. 135.
Aaron, Braves . ...... 134 v
Kallne, Tigers 132
Fox, Whit Sox ., ,131
Boyer, Cards 131
(Based on It Decisions)
" W L Pft
Pierce, White Sox ...17 4
Brewer, Red Sox . 45 4
Lawrence, Redlegs j.15 4
Buhl, Braves 14 4
Ford, Yanks 14 4
i i i 1 f
i- ELucCxies l
' '"" 'i
" 'TONIGHT'S GAMES
7:00 p.m., Badgers vs Wolverines
8:uu p.m., uawxeyes wi wnacais
The Hawkeyes maintained
possession of first place, by de defeating
feating defeating the Wolverines 53-51 In
last night's first game. The Wol Wolverines
verines Wolverines came from behind to
overcome a 21-6 lead In the first
quarter. After, that, it was a
battle right down to the final
buzzer. .. '" -v -Leading
with the scoring for
the Wolverines were P. Delgado,
and R. Mead, with 16 and 15
points respectively." For the
Hawkeyes, four boys had a big
hand in the scoring; D. Win Win-kloskywlth
kloskywlth Win-kloskywlth 15 points,' L. Kirk Kirk-land
land Kirk-land and L. Reyes with 13 points
each, T. Womble with 10 points.
In the second game, the Badg Badgers
ers Badgers .downed the Wildcats by a
score of 48-42. This game also
naa me maiungs oi a nam oat'
tie, and it was for .three quar
ters, until Raul Barbara fouled
out ana leu iour team-mates on
the floor to dQ the Job. Even
though they tried hard, the
Badgers were Just too much for
The Badgers were led by O.
Sutherland and A. Nahmad with
23 and 14 points respectively.
Though playing only three
quarters, R. Barbara led the
Wildcats with 19 points; L. Sle-
gle aided the cause with ; 14
. First Game
.... 3 2 0 8
French, c. ., .. ,3"S 2 6 6
Mead, R. .. .. .. 7 a 3 15
Delgado, P. .. .. ... t 0.2 16
Hamilton, B. ...... 2 2 4 6
Thompson, L. 0 030
5 14 51
Hele, B. ..
26 13 8 53
Barbara, R ".
aiegie, L. .
Dolan. W. .
. Totals L
ft; ft pf t
9 1 5 19
6 2 2 14
12 0 4
1 0 2 2
18 6 12 42
Morris, J. : ..
Nahmad, A. .
Des Londes, D.
3 3 23
0 4 2
CONFIDENT CHALLENGER Colon welterweight Jose Edwin,
leading aspirant for Irvin Blue's 147-pound crown, meets the
champ Sunday in a 15-round title match at the Colon Arena.
Edwin will attempt to avenge a split. decision defeat he. suffer suffered
ed suffered at the hands of Blue last October. The challenger, who.
claims he beat the champion in that encounter, but got a "bum
decision," has declared he will turn the tables In convincing
fashion, this time. 1
Canadian ProFootball Loop
Team May, Sign Ronnie Knox
NEW YORK.' Aug. 8 (UP)
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the
Canadian Pro Football League
admit they'll try to sign Ronnie
Knox today. . !-
Knox a .highly", pubiicizea
U.C.LA. tailback may be forc forced
ed forced to sit out the college season
along with many teammates be because
cause because of illegal financial aid
handed out by booster clubs.
One report said Hamilton had
offered him $1,000 a game, but
other reports said thai figure is
too Mglu...'. -rt-- -.'
In other pro iootbau news.
commissioner Bert Bell told
halfback Tom Tracy he must
play in Canada this fall because
he is committed to a Canadian
contract. .Fullback Sam. Baker
has rejoined the Redskins after
trying to : play in Canada.,
Place-kicker Fred Cone- changed
his mind about retiring and
signed with the Packers... The
Lions have named line-backer
Joe Schmidt as captain. .A torn
NEW YORK. AugrtP(UP)
Unbeaten m 1 d d 1 eweight Rory
Calhoun who took a split deci decision
sion decision from Charley Cotton Mon
day night said he's "at least, a
year away from a title shot"...,
Broadcasters and sports writ
ers throughout the U.S. have
received ballots for the election
of three new members to Plrall Plrall-co's
co's Plrall-co's Jockey Hall of Fame.
A Louisville newspaper (The
Courier-Journal) said Vander Vander-bllt
bllt Vander-bllt Is considering an invitation
to the Sugar Bowl basketball
DEL MAR, Calif Jockey
Johnny Longden Is bearing
down on the all-tun jockey
Longden rode five winners
n Monday at Del Mar. Now
h needs only 45 more to break
the all-time record of 4,870,
held by Sir Gordon Richards
f England. .;
Former North Carolina full
back Hosea Rodgers has return returned
ed returned to his alma mater aa assis assistant
tant assistant football coach: . -
Cincinnati has. taken an op
tion to purchase for fall deliv
ery,. Tulsa infielder Marvin Wil
liams...,. .v . ;, -..
The Pacific Coast League has
released former American League
umpire Art Passarella because
an injured leg has sidelined him
rib cartilage will sideline Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia guard Russ Carrocclo for
two toeks...Th Steelers have
released Penn State tackle Joe.
Joe Pascarella and Kent State
halfback Lou Mariano; A
Husky Leon Hart has ended
his holdout, with the Detroit 14 14-onsVi
onsVi 14-onsVi ?!. no.;- V-- -iv-', v
kHart one of .the most taleni-l
ed players in pro football Is an
end who also can play fullback.
He agreed to a one-year contract
after the Lions told him to sign
by 10 o'clock this morning or
face retirement The former All
America from .Notre Dame had
been holding vout for" a three three-year
year three-year contract plus other demands.
. Jose Edwin, the Colon welter
weight who fights 147-pound
king Irvin Blue in a 15-round ti
tle bout at tne colon Arena sun
day. said yesterday he beat Blue
in their previous encounter but
was tne victim oi a "very strange
decision." ? v
The hefty challenger was re referring
ferring referring to his October, 1955
championship match with Blue
at the National Gym m which
he outboxed tht slugging Blue
' for the better part of II
rounds only to slow down con considerably
siderably considerably ,'n the final stanzas
as -the champion poured on
steam U cop a split decision
"I was' never able to under understand
stand understand how two -of the judges
voted against me," said Edwin.
,"I believe even Blue's handlers
and rooters were surprised at
the verdict This time I will beat
him so convincingly, there will
be no-doubt as to wna is. tne
In hi, fight with Blue, Ed Edwin
win Edwin suffered a nasty cut on
his face In the 12th round
which gave the champion, who
appeared t. be hopelessly
beaten at the time, new cour courage.
age. courage. He made a brillfant last last-ditch
ditch last-ditch effort that paid off With
h i disputed win. K. ? : i
Sunday's will be Edwin's first
appearance since .he suffered
that bitter defeat Blue V has
been somewhat more active.. In
his only outing since becoming
champ he dropped a verdict to
Jamaica's Johnny Gray In
Kingston two months ago. ;
, The challenger, under the
guidance of Victor LaFleur,
works' out every afternoon at
the colon Arena. Blue, whose
camp Is set up at Panama's Ma Ma-raflon
raflon Ma-raflon Gym, is now being condi conditioned
tioned conditioned by former boxer; "Shadow-"
. Evelyn Shockness. who train trained
ed trained Blue up until a few months
ago, is now a resident of New ;
York City.. '-
Three other bouts round out
' The six-round semifinal brings
together 126-pounder$ Edwin
Sykes and Basllio Williams, I
Benito Tufion engages Fenley
Hooker iln a 135-pound four-
rounder,, and,. Daniel, ward ana
Rodolfo' Klnrf will bkttle In the
curtain raiser. They have agreed
to make 137 pounds or 'less for
the match,, set for four heats! ;
". $ :- '.v-.;... -tv
NEW YORK. Aug. I (UP),
A leading income tax expert
said today, that the 15,000
which Ted Williams was fined
for spitting gestures "is not
a legal deduction from -his
.1956 income tax."
The expert, who asked that
.his name be withheld, said
he saw no' way in which Wil Williams
liams Williams could possibly- deduct
the fine, k,
"Even if he lakes it off the
top of his salary, he probably
will be challenged by the in income
come income tax people because of
the publicity which he has re-,
ceived on the fine, the ex expert
pert expert said. "And he will be
challenged, too, If he tries to
deduct it as business ex-pense.-.
. The expert said that trying
to deduct the fine as business
expense wonld be the same as
a truck operator trying to de deduct
duct deduct fines incurred by his
drivers for traffic violations.
. "You can't deduct anything
you have to pay for breaking
laws," he added. "And Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, or so at least the Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox have' decided,
has violated so-called baseball
Torre lb ;..!
White House Army Signal Agency Expresses
- Appreciation to Fuerza y Luz
19 10 16 48
Lt. Colonel. Georse J. McNa-
Hy of the White. House Army
Signal Agency has addressed a
letter to Compafiia Panamefia
de Fuerza' y Lu expressing a
sincere appreciation for the ex
cellent telephone service ren
dered durinT the recent Meet
ing of the Presidents of the A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan Republics In Panama.
Lt Colonel McNally letter
reads as follows:
Aueilst 1. 1956.
de Fuerza y Lus
Panama. R. P.
. I wish to express my sincere
appreciation for the excellent
service rendered during the re-
Hoak 3b 3 0
Baker 2b ....... .,4 0
Fondy lb ........ 4 0
Banks ss 4 0
IrVin If 4. 0
Moryn rf ........ 4 0
Whlsenant cf . 3 0
Chiti c S 1
Brosnan p 2 0
Meyer p 0 0
a-Mlksis ..;,.... lr
Drabowskyp 0 0
H Po A
0 2 1
HsIIons! I Amerlcen Le::u
St Lou's .
.426 18 5 j
,St. Louis at Milwaukee (J-T-N)
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (N)
" Chicago at Cipcinnati (N)
I-hUadelph.a at New York
" YESTEKDAYS RESULTS
Chicago 001 000 0001 8 0
Milwaukee 110 020 20x 6 12 1
Brosnan (3-6). Merer. Dra-
bowsky and ChitL
Spabn (11-9) and CrandalL
Pittsburgh 000 000 000 0 6 1
Brooklyn 002 100 OOx 3 8 6
Law (4-13), Kinr. Face. Na-
ranjo and Shepard, Foiled
Aewcomoe (17-5) and Cuidi.
St. Louis 610 020 0328 16 6
Cincinnati 000 202 0004 6 0
Schmidt Konstantv (1-1).
Jackson and Smith.
Lawrence (15-4K N mx h all.
Freeman Fowler and Bailey.
(Twll'ght Game) ''
PhUadelphia 010 016 002 4 9 2
New York 000 010 0203 9 1
Haddix (10-3). R. Miller and
Gomes. Littlefield. R i d s Ik.
Wilhelm (2-7) and Sarnl, Wes Wes-trum.
trum. Wes-trum. .:. t
Philadelphia 011 000 0013 16" 2
New York 000 000 0011 4 4
S'mmons t9-6) and Seminlck.
Antonelll (9-12). Gomes and
Westrum. SarnL A
T I'M !!
New York .
43 .".583 1
iS ..567 gij
56 .467 19
57 ..452 20 M
61 .413 24',
.68 .346 311,4
New York at Washingtod N)
Baltimore at Boston (N)
Cleveland at Chicago (N)
Kansas City at Detroit
VKSTE RI)A RESULT
New York 000 000 000 000 I f
Boston 000 000 000 011 4
Larsen (6-3), Byrne and Ber Ber-ra.'
ra.' Ber-ra.' : ,. v
N'son (6-4) and White.
Cleveland 620 100 0115 1? 3
Detroit 000 000 0022 11 1
, (8-11) and Naragon,
Lary (10-12), Gromek, Miller
K. CKy 100 201 000 6 4 8 1
Chicago 002 001 001 15 10 O
Kellner. Shant ..j
Keegan, Staley, LaPalme, Kin Kinder
der Kinder (4-1) and Moss.
(Second Game) '
n. litj uui nni inn I
Chicago 001 020 000 11-4 11 2
Kretlnw H.f.1... i ... T
McDonald. Wilson irinii.. v..
Falme (4-4) and LoUar.
Only games scheduled
Yankee AB R
Martin 2b ....... 5 0
Bauer rf ......, 5, 0
Mantle cf 5 0
Berra c .......... 5 0
Skowron lb 3 U
Howard If ....., 4 "0
Carey 3b ...... .in 4 0
Coleman ss 4 0
Larsen p 8 0
Byrne, p 0
H Po A
7 30 14
32,, 8 24 6
Klaus 3b .. ;
Jensen rf ,
Plersall cf 3
White t :.-..,,'4
Buddln ss' 3
Boiling ss ....... 0
Nixon n 4
31 6 12 27 16
a-Singled for Meyer In 8th.
Score By Innings
ooi ooo 'ooo-;i
110 020 20x-6
SUMMARY Errors: Spahn
RBI: Logan, Crandall iChitl
scored on Spahn's error In. 3rd),
Spahn, Mathews, AdcocK 2. Dou Doubles:
bles: Doubles: Adcock. Triples: Moryn,
O'Connell. Home runs:" Spahn.
Sacrifice: Covington. Hoak, Lo Logan
gan Logan 2. Bruton. Sacrifice fly: Lot
gan. Double plays: O'Connell to
Logan to Mathews, Mathews to
O'Connell' to Adcock, Spahn"to
Logan to Torre. Left on base:
Chicaero 5, Milwaukee 9.. Bases
on balls by: Brosnan 2, Drabow Drabow-sky
sky Drabow-sky 1. struck out by: Brosnan 3,
Drabowsky 2, Spahn 2. Hits off:
Brosnan 11 in 6 2-3 Innings,
Meyer 0 in 1-3, Drabowsky 1 In
1. Runs and earned runs: Bros Brosnan
nan Brosnan 6-8. Spahn 1-1. Wild pitch:
Brosnan. WP: Spahn (11-9). LP:
Brosnan (3-6). .
Score By Innings
000 000 000 00-)
000 000 000 011
' StJMMARY'irrors:"; Good Goodman,
man, Goodman, Williams. Carev. Sknwrnn.
RBI: Williams. Double? Jensen.
Sacrifices: Plersall, Larsen. Dou Double
ble Double plays: Skowron tor Coleman,
Buddin to Goodman to- Vernon
2. Left on base: New York 7.Rns-
lton 7 Bases on balls by: Larsen
j, Nixon i. strike outs by: Lar Larsen
sen Larsen 1, Nixon 3. Hits off : Larsen
4 hi 10 (pitched to 3 batters in
the 11th), Byrne 0-0 (pitched to
one fatter in the 11th). Runs
and earned runs-, Larsen 1-0.
Winner: Mxpn (6-4). Loser:
14 33 14
a -Struck out for Buddln in
b-Ran for Nixon in 11th.
x-No. outs when winning run
Today- fncanto J5 .20
. Frank Lovejoy. In'
V'TINGEBMAN" : j
. Dane Clark, in
- TOUGHEST MAN ALIVE"
Torfoy IDEAL ; 20 .10
Lils Sandrini. in
. Fdo. Casanova, In
"EL TESORO de la MUERTE"
cent Meeting of the Presidents
of the American Republics in
Mr. Karl Levy, your Assistant
superintendent, and Mr. Ralnh
Dyer. Eauipment Engineer, were
outstanding in their ability to
provide facilities where reoulred
it was indeed a pleasure to
have had the privilege of meet meeting
ing meeting and working with them. I
trust I may someday have 'the
pleasure of again visiting Pan
ama and renewing acquain acquaintances
tances acquaintances with the members of
your fine organization.
Georre J. McNally
Lt. Colonel Signal Corps,
V (KM j
' take! ,
. . "sskb J a?
' : JMcw energy and strength for youf That
is the result of taking Phosferine every
' day. You will have stronger nerves, a
. .' betjer appetite, a keener brain. Signs of
weakness will vanish and you will enjoy
life. Get Phosferine now. V.
wir:r:DAY, ArGtsi s, :
PANAMA AMTRICA AN tSZLT EXE EN'T DAILT NTWSFAFnt tV
ric3 err i
d I iile
Af OTHIIl KICK ''COMING
..""' ...... p .,-.
By Victor Gray
MUD IN THEIR TRY -Deep, sloppy going didn't" atop British
runners Jit the Intersemces Championships at Royal Air Force
Stadium in Middlesex. Aircraftsman Mart firth," last' here,
won the three-mile. Cpl. B. B. Heatlev. 128. on top at this .stage,
ran second. Cpl, S. S. Kldon, 131, second her.-finished third.
i r.A -;.!--'
It'll concefoabZ fAat United States representation in tfce
!,-... hmlH nt Velhnum Australia.
in November will find itself at greatly reduced strength. t
doesn't Aappen, loose qwarennuu sponsor u ihhm ,"
trxng may not long survive the 1956 fiesta. -1 ...
m o,. .witnnf4 hit thp announcement DV A very
Brundage, president ot the International Olympic Committee,
that all. athletes competing at meiuumuc uc .w
pleates of continued and unlimited adherenceto amateurism.
. Brundage adds that if, after having taken this solemn oath,
boxers and basketball players, In particular, turn professional,
the IOC will be forced to drop these events from its programme.
Brundage, always the crusader for chastity among our ama amateur
teur amateur athletes, says that he is sick of seeing champions' dash
Irora Olympic triumphs into the rank? ot those who make a liv living
ing living out of their physical prowess, A1 1
The unrealistic Avery seeks far Hoe much. Not that to
' to be blamed for, seeking to 'topthevsevrmoiympwames
as springboards for professional careers. But it in return for
the undoubtedly glorious privilege of tepresenting the VMUd
States or any other nation, Brundage wants to force an athlete
to mortgage his entire life, he Urying fJj"J2L
. tor how many years does Brundage want tteOlymptaM
to sign away their rights to i prof esslonal f careers?. Wtat gives
to the Olympic committee the privilege to demand, that ; every
Melbourne competitor, sign a guarantee that no matter how ur urgently
gently urgently circumstance may argue In the opposite direction, be or
she will disdain the dollar? u '
,.i,i v 1 ,.
- v.;.' Five Ring Pros in '52 s
r ,v. ocro f-" i
Brundage and his associates on thIiwdptedlyjirere
aroused by what happened -soon after the 1962 ring tourney at
Helsinki, Finland. ' -.'. i .ot,.
4 Of the 10 Olympic champions, flvefout of them Americans
- went te hof pursuit bf the nimble dolar The Vankees were
Floyd Patterson, heavy middleweight. Nate Brooks, bantam
Chuck Adklns light welter, and E-daie rSanders heavyweight.
The non-American was Aureliano Boiognesi of Italy. Ughtwelght.
Sanders made a tragic choice. He suffered tMtaijateta,
a fight with WllUe James ur Boston. Brooks has hadna great
success In his quest of the world's bantam title, and Adklns has
been a pro nonentity. But Patterson has been the most suc successful
cessful successful ex-Olympian since Fidel LaBarba, Jackie Fields and
. m UBiSbaabwame the world'a flyweight kW; Genarochleyea
high honors in thes same division, and Fields gained the leath-
KW1eroTmtchi wtth Atchie Moore lor the heavyweight
r.championahip, whenever that fight takes -place, mayind up
making himself the ftrstOlympian to gain supreme leadership
of thebocting world. .. '.'V;'' ;ni:'L
Could, the Olympic officials have exacted from Patterson the
unlimited fealty to amateurism they now demand? Having
aiven his promise, would Patterson have been able to hold out
against the tremendous opportunities offered to a poor young youngster
ster youngster of the Brooklyn slums in the pro ring?,.
Bfundage and his IOC associates appear toore the .'tact
tit towing to unlike other Olympic sports. It has been .tot
hTbit of th! professional ring In the United States to teautt JU
performers to a Kreat degree, from the amateur ranks. It would
& l nSs?rX$ to Tay that the majority of the boxersho
.fight Sgh our AAU and Golden Gloves tournamenU do so
with arreye to possible success In the professional ring ,v
Rocky Marclano, who Just has retired j hfaTyweight cham cham-ninn
ninn cham-ninn ant his start in amateur events. Joe Louis, ana Kay kod kod-sSn,BSo,
sSn,BSo, kod-sSn,BSo, were amatem before toey turned to the roped arena
nts wiUlump from Wimbledon and Dam Cup triumphs into the
niUJimW, vhv expect the boxers to pass up similar
oMMies In the United States, a pro career does not de de-mlal
mlal de-mlal al Mleteje it in baseball, the rtfr-on the.court or in
m.f ia ?ntees of future amateurism, and be content wit
JtXt ffuncation for the Olympics while they are being con contested.
tested. contested. . .,-...:
VmhI Lea To Sell
r Ml h lw K r ;
trie o Mil
It yav'r kmrinf H-nf. Mrlf
hlriit at iwaiipmq. f
. the Want At
NEW YpRK, Aug. V(UP)
Promoter Jm Norrls says bo
has reach rd a "temporary road
block" Iq negotiating for a
middleweight title fight.
Norrls wants to match cham champion
pion champion Sugar Ray Robinson w'th
No, 1 contender Gene Fullmer
for September J5 at Yankee
Stadium, New York. He said
be can't get anywhere because
Robinson demands a tuaran tuaran-tee
tee tuaran-tee from theater television
HI dont know exactly how
much of a guarantee fee Is
asking," said Norrfc. "I dldnt
let him get that tar. We re re-ceiv
ceiv re-ceiv no guarantee from thea-ter-T-V,
and I don't know why
we should give him one."
' RoVnson't demands appar apparently
ently apparently stem from two reasons.
First, a Rohinson-Follmer fight
would be the top attraction in
boxing t because ihi nronosed
Archie Moore-Flovd Patterson
fight is off Indefinitely. And
second, Los Anireles -promoter
Cal Eaton has ruaran'eed Rob Robinson
inson Robinson $125,000 for a fight with
Mdfilrel To Snap;
NEW YORK, Aug. 8(UP)
The slumping Toronto Maple
Leafs snapped a four-game los losing
ing losing treak at the expense of the
Montreal Royals Tuesday rrfKht
to widen their shaky first place
lead in the International League
to two games. ;
The Leafs. whoM dronbed a
pair of games to the Royals on
Monday night, rallied to tie the
score at 3-3 in the eighth inning
and then came from behind a a-galn
galn a-galn with a pair of runs in the
bottom of the 12th inning after
Montreal had gone ahead in the
top half of the fr?me to finally
gain the decision, 6-4.
.The Miami Marlins; -getting
another fine ; pitching effort
from ageless Batch Paige S de defeated
feated defeated i;he Columbus Jets 8-2,
to mover into second place past
the Rochester Red Wings, -who
drooped.: 1-4 -decision ito Karl
Jprews and the Bdffalo Bisons,
, paige,. who got relief help from
Jack Spring in the last two in-
nines, picked up his ninth win
of the season against three loss losses.
es. losses. Joe caffie's homer in the
seventh inning enabled Drews to
post his nth win against eight
The -Havana suerar Kings
downed the Richmond '"Virgi '"Virginians,
nians, '"Virginians, 6-5, in other action. i
OUT. OF DOORS with
FISH WITH A NASTY
' By AL McCLANE' :
' Fishing Editor;
Our summer home is- on the
headwaters of the Beaverkill Riv River
er River in New York, and by v on I
mean the dining room is built o o-ver
ver o-ver the stream. Naturally,i every
lime we sit down to eat we csn
see the trout cruising back; no
forth which makes soma of our
fishing guests nervous.
My three-yeoMld daughtetivde-
cided she wasn't nungry ai uinnev
tn thft nool.
The rout ate every speck or it.
w. then she has fed them
cheese4, hamburger, turkey and all
kinds of table scraps which they
take in preference to the. flies that
swarm in nrofusion. i
Our guests got such a kick out ot
'BOLD AND THE BRAVE Strong
' Story Of 3 Men Under Fire
I x )
-f-JK v A V
, One of the most unusual and powerful war stories, Irv Irving
ing Irving H. Levin's "The Bold And The Brave," in which the bat bat-tlef
tlef bat-tlef field serves as the backgroand to personal stories of
three men, Wendell. Corey, Mickey Rooney and Don Tay
lor. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, It waki filmed in
exciting Superscope by producer Hal E. Chester with Lewis
) R. Foster directing. . ':.., --v, .-. : ;;
Laid 'against the ItaUan campaign of 1944, '"The Bold
And The Brave" depicts the thrilling action of a patrol
nnit preparatory to an advance by the main body bf troops.
In this particular frontline combat, the lives of Corey, Roo Rooney
ney Rooney and Taylor, three infantry enlisted men, are resolved.
Entrancing Nicole Maurey, wh debuted opposite Bing
.Crosby i "Little Boy Lost," is the Italian girl who ha
known hiany soldiers and with whom the straight-faced
Taylor falls in love. Rooney Is a GI who wins $30,009 In a
erap game and has to take the money into act'on with him.
Corey is an idealist who finds courage when he faces t
German tank alone.1
- Others in the capable cast include John Smith, Race
Gentry, Ralph Votrian and Wright King. The outstanding
script was written by Robert C, Lewln, who served-on a
tank destroyer In Italy. Will be released tomorrow -at the
seeing the fish that I went to a
nearbv nond aril r.iupht idm i
brown trout which I transferred .to
our dining room pool. I thougnt it
was a good idea to have two kinds
of trout. Why, I ddn't, recall. ;
Maybe you remember what the
old times used to say about
browns chasing our native brooHe
out of the stream. Well, we had a
close-up of what must have hap
pened in 1888 when the brownie
was first planted in American wa
tera.-, ; -v-: r
i :. i;." ); .'i "!. ,i'J:-.. '' "i,;
un xne very Erst evening my
I IUCU 0 IV - . - v vtvusub "mJ
time; w she asked- if -she coulufnughter-wts tossing bits of cheese
feed the fish some ; celery; I jjwas to the fish and the; newcomers
positive Wiw orooa uou wumuu v
. naio.v hul h leaned out the
window and started dropping bite-.
took over with a bang. They barg barged
ed barged into the party alternately gob gobbling
bling gobbling food and napping at the
brookies. v )";. ? ;
, 1 ,v
Even during the years I worked
in a hatchery I hever saw uch
aggressive trout. They clearly
didn't intend to eat the natives.
They nipped their backs and bel bellies
lies bellies but more frequently their
tails. On two occasions a brown
trout batted a brookie clean out
of the water.
f My wife says I have to get rid
of the browns because they don't
have a nice disposition. I could
have told her that years ago.
I (Distributed by NEA Service)
'Slim Fat Away
. rw .. ts ... .
j iron hort o( brtth and mdajtvar ..,-, el,wjr..
your health, you will find It mar I Q. IrVlns
to mm a nau pouna a day wiui U Ij Tabor
, FORMODR. No drantle dltln or ID. Smith
" exerclM. Abaolutely af, Auk your T. DllliSOn
cnciuiHi tor rjnmVM aiw awt
Friday morning Margarita
Gym played host to Cristobal's
"E" and "D" Leagues in two ex exciting
citing exciting .basketball games.
'In the first game the Marga
rita's little ."E'rLeffeue defeated
the Cristobal's 'E" by a score of
si to b. High point man for Mar
garita was Ken Cooper, who has
snowed a lot of improvement m
r.hA' nofif ': 1am iramal Vanfll
scored 11 points. Young and up
and comlntr James Dunan took
scoring honqrs for Cristobal with
3 points. ::'"''-'.,
, Margarita's "O". League lost
well fought second game to
Cristobal by a score of 22 ta 30.
Richard Chin of Cristobal scored
10 points, while John cronan.
Margarita's "little ace" took
scoring honors with 17 points.
At Cristobal. Gym last Friday
morning two lnterplayground
league games werg scheduled, in
the first game the Cristobal "C"
league live, behind team cap
tain Ralph Blevlns won by the
score of 27 to 16.
Blevlns was high scorer for
Cristobal with 15 points while
Irving was Margarita's high
scorer with 7 points. :
The second game Margarita's
A league loneitea to Cristo
Cristobal "C" League
R. Blevlns .
Total IS "I 8 27
Margarita "C" League
6 4 5 16
. AMERICAN LEAGUE f ;
The lowly Washington Senators last week enjoyed the dic dictation
tation dictation of "kings for a week" as they captured the weekly hon honors
ors honors in the junior circuit, winning five of the six games in whlel,
they participated. Runnersup were the Boston Red Sox and Za
troit Tigers with five triumphs in seven decisions.'
u The league-leading New York Yankee! had their worst week
of the 1956 season, dropping six out ot seven. The Bombers,
after handing Cleveland a 13 to shellacking Monday night in
Cleveland, proceeded to drop the following six contests, twtftof
them via the shutout route. The Bombers also played ragged
ball afield, committing no less than 10 miscues.
. The Cleveland Indians, however, 'ailed to capitalize on the
Yankees' collapse, as they dropped three straight to the Boston
Red Box. who, now in third place are eight' and one-half game
from the league lead. w
. Here la the table indicating last week's play:
Washington-. ... 6
Boston. .... 7
Detroit. . , 7
Baltimore. , 8
Cleveland. ,. i . 7
Chicago. .' , 7
Kansas City. . 7
New York, ,, . 7
' TOTALS. . 28 28
Season's totals are as follows:
.A-. ' Opyenanta
. V,- ..
W. L tet. R. B. I." R, H. K.
8 I- .653 Jl 58 4 19' 66 8
5 2 .714 43 60 7 24 60 !l0
5 2 .714 40 73 ; 41 65 v10
4 4 J500 34 67 7 80 67 v 7
3 4 .429 27 49 8 29 61 7
3 4 .429 44 58 4 13 61 1 7
2 5 Mi 25 65 11 32 64 4
1 6 .143 27 56 10 43 62 6
271 486 59 271- 480 59
New York. .
G. W. L
.103 67 36
.101 59 42
.102 58 44
.99 51 48
.103 48 55
.104 47 57
.104 43 61
.102 36 66
Pet R. if.
.650 598 961
.584 520 859
.569 528 1000
.615 514 904
.466 : 528 1000
.452 397 845
.413 455' 863
.353 424 893
95 445 .881
85 401 821'
98 490 896
78 436 883
104 623 952 89
103 470 929 105
91 621 1009
111 577 954
- TOTALS 409 409 3963 7324 776 3953 7324 ,77f
..' (Includes games of Sunday, Aug. 8).
. NATIONAL LEAGUE
- The senior circuit's "team of the week" was thi fifth place
Philadelphia Phillies. Mayo Smith's charges emerged victorious
Jin five of their six engagements and as a result are seriously
challenging the St. Louis Cardinals tor fourth place in the
league's standings. : (,.,.:.:,, f". -a?' ;
' ., Brooklyn continues her uphill march In' her effort to dis displace
place displace league-leading Milwaukee, whose margin at the close 6f
play Sunday night stood at a mere two-games. The Brooks
have been receiving excellent pitching from big Don Newcombe
(17-5) and Carl Ersklne .(11-8). The veteran Sal Maglie came
up with his 100th victory of his major league career when he
shutout the St. Louis Cardinals 7 to 0 in the first game of Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's doubleheader with a neat four hitter. Duke Snider belted
his 28th, 29th and 30th roundtripperi -during the twin bill to
take undisputed possession ot the home run leadership. :
r -Xirffteriplar at a glance. f r ?.r
St. Louis. .
TOTALS. i, i .29
261 489 45 261 489 45
St. Louis. .
New York. v i
43 ; J678
R. H. 1 E.
475- 853. 84
481 873 81
511 928 81
494 980 92
459. .860 92
402 867 114"
423- 835 86
327- 776 102
443 873 88
485 888 102
424 .796 92
.400 409 3618 6798 723 2618 679S 721
,1.. ,.j . i':''c .',.a i '.!;!iV.-..'-."l,..Ll' i. n '.
(Includes games of Sunday, Aug; 8) :- v
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FOR 10 DAYS
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SPOUT SHIRTS V
IA n A AAA
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Plaza 5 de Mayo Only
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Read story cn pagz 10
" 1 i a
Fire Seals Mine
kr UF DULY NEWSPAPER
w MARCINELLE, Belgium, Aug. 8
(UP) More than 269 miners were
trapped in the 3,000 feet deep a a-mercoeur
mercoeur a-mercoeur coalmine today after lire
Jjlocked exits. ;
I Twentyfive workers were rescued
Jrtm a new shaft still under con construction.
struction. construction. But 300 others were cut
"fili by jammed mine, elevators. -i
Rescue teams struggled to free
Done elevator jammed by a coal car.
Fire melted the cables of a sec second
ond second elevator. '
J Workers drilling holes for a new
elevator first "gave the alarm at
(30 when they saw brown smoke
puring from the lower shafts.
i A narrowi passage between the
-elevator shaft under construction
'and the mine' provided the only
'communication with the stricken a
re. 'j ; .j -
Tha rescue teams were bread bread-t
t bread-t ening this passage in order te get
r lift-saving and fire-fighting equip-
ment kite the shaft. There, was
C, room for one man at a time to
pass through, but a heavy con-
crete alt. had t be blasted te
. let heavier equipment through.
"There was Intense heat in the
'mme, and several rescue workers
'had to be treated for burns when
fthe rubber hoots meiiea on weir
.lcet vv-v;.' i'-lJ
Acrid fumes severely hampered
!1 .operations. J
Firemen avoided using water in
'the" early stages of the battle be-
cause of the added danger of flood flood-ting
ting flood-ting and of increasing the amount
J of poisonous gas.
"Another team of rescuers dug
' a runnel from an adjoining pit
; In an effort te reach the trapped
, men. .
1 1 be fire was reported started by
J a tjiine car which derailed and sev-
j ered a high tension wire. This dis dis-J
J dis-J rupted most of the electrical in
i solutions in the pit: ;
Hundreds of wives, mothers and
..children of the trapped miners as assembled
sembled assembled near the entrance to the
pit known as "Mine Du Bois Du
Cazier." Many of the miners were
Italians brought here because; of
a labor shortage, ; : ;
Weather Or Not
This wtather raoort. fat the 24
hours ending, t a.m. today, i '- I
pared by f the Meteerelogical in
Hydrograpkie Branch of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company:
. ? ' BALBOA CRISTOBAL
.'High' 4 ,
(max, mph) .
(Innti harbori )
T I O I S
THURSDAY. AUGUST 9
6:0 1 p.m.
11:48 a m
- Kissing does not kill germs, bOt
It has put on end to O lot of boche boche-lors.
lors. boche-lors. ,.j : eue
- darlings and delight
TM-G-Wt gold mint
',u 1 1 i ---
1 : v a . hi $ t f- i I
."Let the people
H,AUUUAJt UUCSgO. AUE.
CUP) Adlai E. Stevenson gam gambled
bled gambled his Southern support today
against 1 a chaace' to deliver a
quick knockout to" Gov." Averell
Harriman in their 'light for the
Democratic Presidential nomtna
lion. ..... -;
Some of the-Democratic oros
from the north vei wed Steven
son's strategy em civif rights, as
part ef a grand plan to cut the
ground out from under Harriman
ana, at the same time,. to improve
his chances for victory in .NoTem.'SWt;
Bu(, there".lsof was suggestion
Democratic national convention in
to a deadlock. A stalemate would
enhance the chances of a dark
horse candidate emerging with the
Stevenson took -Ms gamble by
In Three Weeks!
GALVESTON, Tex.. Aue. 8
(UP) Babe Didrikson Zaharias
has survived without complica complications
tions complications her second operation in
the last three weeks in her bat
tle against cancer.,?
A spokesman at John Sealv
nospitai said the stricken wom woman
an woman athlete came throueh the
three-hour operation Monday
niptht to remove "an obstruc
tion in the intestine, with no
The spokesman said the oper
ationrare in that few are per
formed at niirht at John Sealv
had nothing .jito do with sur
gery July 14 in which a sensory
nerve in her neck was severed
to relieve pain- in the lower
limbs. -, y.1'. v "r J ,v
The 42-year-old former Olym
pic champion, who- made her
biggest name in the golfing
world, rested quietly under seda
tives. Her husband. George Za
harias, remained' at her side in
the sick room overlooking the
Gulf of Mexico. k
Mrs. Zaharias now has under
gone four operations since she
was first stricken with cancer
in the spring of 1953. She en
tered the hospital this last time
YFW Talk Today ;
Over Station HOC
The second In series at 'SnpV
Up For Democracy" talks will be
given loaay at u p.m. over station
HOG by Sol J; Kaplan, patriotic
instructor of the Denartment of
the Panama Canal Zone, Veterans
of Foreign Wars. ,
In this 15-tninute 'talk, Kaplan
will comment on sayings made re regarding
garding regarding communism by Sir Win Winston
ston Winston Churchill. Count Leo Tolstov.
Maxim Gorky and Rudyard K i p-
nng ana oiners. He will also speak
about the recent -uprising that took
place in Poznan, Poland, and re report
port report made by refugees from the
Ukraine regarding haoDenines in
the soviet Union.
MCfS: .75 & .40
1 :00-2 :50-4 :50-7 :05-9 :M v.m.
know the truth and the' country is safe Abraham Uncoln.
PANAMA, E. P, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST S, 1956
Civil riahti nmt.
form plank expressing "unequi "unequivocal
vocal "unequivocal approval" of the Supreme
Court -decieiorr outlawing Mgre Mgre-gates
gates Mgre-gates schools. f --j'
Southern delegates. m s t nf
whom were uncom mitled but pro-
oievenson, reaciea wiin d 1 s a d-
poimmeni; snoct or apger. They
viewed it as an unexneotprt xwitrh
from his "moderation" stand.
' "The biggest blunder s i n c e
'Rum, Romanism and rebellion
I me iiuraso wuica is
Whether or not a blundor, Sto Sto-vensen'a
vensen'a Sto-vensen'a action (oopardiied H it
did not forefeit much of his sup support
port support in the south.. From the
South, Stevenson backere were 1
countingo n II ef the 848-Vi con convention
vention convention votes needed te win the
the nomination. ?., .v :
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Harriman, underdog contender
for the Democratic presidential
nomination, had raised' the threat
yesterday of a party-splittting con-
venuon iigm on tne civil rights is issue.
sue. issue. (i t v ; ,K.
The Stevenson tamp had- earlier
been report under pressure from
some Southern forces heretofore
favorable to Stevenson for a cla clarification
rification clarification of conflicting published
accounts that generally pictured
him as favoring a stronger civil
i r. If
AFTER BEING SENTENCED SSgt. Matthew McKeon (right)
and his lawyer,, Emile Zola Berman, leave the courtroom at
Parrls Island, S.C., after McKeoh was sentenced. The sergeant
was sentenced to nine months at hard labor, forfeit of $30 per
month for nine months, a bad conduct discharge, and was
reduced to the rank of private. v ;
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"" t N 8
HEARS HUSBAND SENTENCED Mrs. Betty McKeon, wife of
SSgt. Matthews McKeon, leaves the courtroom at Parrls Island,
S.O. after hearing her husband sentenced. At right is Navy
Chaplain M. Cook i
rights plank than the. party's 1952
Some'iof the Southern delegates
already on the scene indicated
privately the big bloc of Southern
votes counted m the Mevenson
camp may waver unless J Steven
son provides- a satisfactory expla explanation.
nation. explanation. In other developments: ..
"1. Stevenson was understood to
have laid down qualifications for
his vice presidential running mate
that appeared to preclude selec
tion "" of Sen. Estes Kefauver
(Teen.' Kef auver last week gave
up his fight for the number one
spot on. the ticket and threw his
support to Stevenson. Stevenson's
reported job .-.description seemed
tailored to fit Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey (Minn.), Sen. John FJ
Kennedy (Mass.). or Sen. Albert
Gore (Tenn.)., j -V
2; Party platform writers spent
yesterday listening to assaults on
administration foreign policy, lay
ing the groundwork for an almost
certain platform plank accusing
the Eisenhower administration of
weakness,, vacillation and lack- of
leadership in world affairs. Nine
ty one House and Senate mem
ebrs submitted a proposed plank
accusing the. administration of
drifting toward Iwar in the Middle
East and calling' for lira new
policy there. p
1 "Stevenson was ; disclosed to
have told backers: It ; a "-private
fund raising dinner he thinks the
Democratic candidate has a good
cnance 10 near, president Eisen
hower. He said many Americans
consider Mr., tisenhower a 'part-'
ume rresiaeni. wno did not'wnrk
full time, at this, job even before
nis nean auacx. i -1
VVilliEni Csrlin Jr. ;
Burned Dy Fuse
William R. Carlln. Jr 'nM..
splicer In: the- Eectrical Divt.
slon. was painfully burned late
lucsaay aiiernoon when a por
celain iuso noioer in a tem temporary
porary temporary transformer house ex
carlln was taken to einmaa
Hospital for treatment and his
condition Tuesday morning was
reported as not serious. He suf suffered
fered suffered first and second degree
Durns on tne right arm and
He had answered a call to
the transformer house being
used for the construction of
the Sewer Pump Station in the
rear of the Elks Club in Balboa.
In, replacing the 2,300-volt fuses
a porcelain fuse holder explod-i
ed and he was burned by the
resulting arc; He was using rub
ber gloves in effecting the re repairs.
pairs. repairs. ,
Carlln, who Is 25 years old.
Is on duty at the Electrical Di
vision field office in Balboa. He
has been employed in the Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Division several years and
is a graduate of the apprentice
To Woo Blond
' FT. DEVENS, Mass.. Aug. 8
(UP) Col. Walter C. Heinel, 54,
was kicked out ot taie service
today for trying to woo a pret pretty
ty pretty blonde from her husband
and "free-loading" during his
two. "years 'as commanding offi
cer of the Boston Army uasa,
The silver-haired veteran of
World War II and Korea also
was sentenced to forfeiture or
all future pay and allowances
by a general- court martial
board which took only 52 min minutes
utes minutes to decide on the sentence.
The married colonel, accused!
of showerinit elfta on Mrs. Alice i
M. Wilson of Westwool mother i
of two children, sobbed when nei
heard the verdict. He was only
six months by of retirement. ;
.The court martial board last
niirht .found He'el guilty on
eight, charges I misconduct
after deliberating nearly nine
hours. Four of the counts
were reduced. The one accus accusing
ing accusing Ilelnel of inducing Mrs.
Wilson to leave her husband
was reduced to "attempted td
Heinel faced a maximum sen
tence of 30 months in jail and
a dishonorable discharge. The
verdict will be reviewed by Maj.
Gen. Bryan L, .Mllburn. Ft Dev Dev-ens
ens Dev-ens commandant,' and First
Army headquarters in New York. I
It can be appealed to the Board
of Appeals in Washington. ;
The charges against Heinel.
who was relieved of his com command
mand command last April, ranged from
"maintaining an unduly fami-
Ular relationship": with ft mar-
reid woman to cupping tne
Army for i700 in free meals. -During
his iisrht-mrmth "purs "pursuit"
uit" "pursuit" of Mrs. Wilson. Heinel was
accused of representing .himself
as single. The romance flour flour-fhed.
fhed. flour-fhed. it was alleged, un 1 1 1
Heinel was relieved of his com com-mond."
mond." com-mond." .
Heinel also was r-harre wih
rnnpf u a otal of WS In
nnoaid hiN for wls. laun laun-drv
drv laun-drv apd hf?rrnK Tb IikH
rhiei"d e ol iX of the
?'wloaf'n; to S?6.
JJelnel also was convicted on
two counts of fraternization,
and gnraging his car without
authority and having it repair repaired
ed repaired free at the base's motor pool.
Testimony brouqht out during
the trial that Heinel had re-
q u e s t ed that breakfast be
brought to him from the base
restaurant after he hri an
When the bills were presented
KR'T'Ff, el?M suspects In the $1,219,000 Brinks holdup are shown as they appear-'
ed in Boston s Suffolk Superior Court where their trial began. Left to right are: Michael "
a4a-?;atmreseri?' ?10mM.; Richardson, 48; Joseph F. McGrnnis; Anthony Pi- K,
no. 48;Vlncent J. Costa, 11; Adolph "Jazg" Ma ffie, 44, and Henry Baker. 49.
Rebel Radio Claims Control
QUITO EcOador, Aur. ; 8 (UP)
-t-Armed revolt broke out today
against me government or Pres
idenfc, Jose Maria Velasco Ibarra
and against Conservative ; President-elect
: Camilo Ponce- Hen-j
riquez. .. -. -; i
The military "garrison in -the
cltyof Portoviejo rose up under
the command of Lt. Col. Arturo
Da vila. ':' '-' w'ti. i"-y'r'
Rebel radio broadcasts claim
ed the insurgents- also were in
control of the Pacific' port of
Manta, 22 miles from Portoviejo
by railway. Portoviejo Is the
capital of the province .or Ma Ma-nabi.
nabi. Ma-nabi. Manta, acity of 20,000 is
105 miles from Guayaquil,; E E-cuador's
cuador's E-cuador's chief sea-port v.-..vV
-President Velasco. Ibarta-mobilized
all loyal armed forces
and said be would use every
means to crush the : uprising.
He summoned top armed forces
commander to a dawn emer
gency meeting at the palace.
-The official radio "announc "announced
ed "announced that an ultimatum had
been served on the rebels to
surrender or be attacked by
' land, air and eavu.;v-',ii'"r-''.
The government established
censorship on outgoing 1 news
messages. '",;" '' r:
, An official; v announcement
said Gulllermo Ramos. promi prominent
nent prominent Quito attorney, as ar arrested
rested arrested heres No charges were
lodged against him but authori authorities
ties authorities said they Wanted to ques question
tion question him about his possible con connections
nections connections with the uprising. Ra Ramos
mos Ramos had been arrested before
by a restaurant official, Heinel
was quoted as saving.. "They
would look better if they were
stamped paid' This was done,
the official said. "But fhey were
not paid.? .
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POIUMM I f j- 1 I f
cd::::s ".", fw-
on suspicion of" being involved
m subversive plotting.. ,-wk
' The President described the
Insurgents as av "small and
insignificant group of traitors,
bent on overthrowing i t h c
An Interior Ministry V spokes
man said tne revolt, was "iso "isolated'
lated' "isolated' and that the government
was in control, of all provinces.
except Manabi. He said Army
and police ftr.ces "were being
rushed there to crush the revolt.
Davila, broadcasting from
Manta. urged armed V forces
throughout the, country to join
the-revolution. He said that by
doing so they would "avoid fu
ture bloodshed and defend de
mocracy." He claimed his move
ment had extensive support a-
mong- the civilian population,
and that it favored no political
party's in particular but demo
cratic institutions in general.
- Presidential elections were
heM in Ecuador on June S.'On
July 28, the Supreme Electoral
Tribunal declared Camilo Pon
ce, Conservative candidate; had
nolled 178.421 votes or 3.043
over his nearest opponent. Pe-
r The Atlantic Teeion Of local
900, GCEOC. AFICIO, has sum summoned
moned summoned all stewards- to an extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary meeting. 'scheduled to
be held tomorrow nisht at the
union's office In Cristobal.
A considerable amount of In Information,
formation, Information, especially the recent
conference with President Rl Rl-cardo
cardo Rl-cardo Arias, will be given out to
the attending stewards, an an
The director of organization
will report on recent grievances
processed on the Atlantic Side
of the Isthmus, and th contin
uous expansion drive to enlist
the support of the majority of
non-u.5. citizen workers. ..,
-. 4. -:
en J all the
1'iivering excitement and
1 H x
SARITA MONT EL-VINCENT PRICE W
mm coir t bcnVoberisand john twist HEN RY BLAN KE an wTmann
uui in ccuaaor:
Of Pacific" Port
mocnatic Front 'caftdldata Raul
, -. -.
. Ponce polled only about 2S
per cent of the popular vote In
the Jour-cornered- election;
A small Ecuadorian 'vessel
which failed to pick up its liquor
chits on a previous visit to the
Isthmus was seized Just before
noon today under an admiralty
libel filed in VS. District Court.
The Guayas was seized at the
outer, anchorage in Balboa when
U.S. Marshal Josepl L. Ktnkaid
went aboard to serve the at attachment.,
tachment., attachment., v-'. .-.;-V! Jt i
'; ':'.v'--'.-'-H-i'v-.;-;jitv,' f.;"'.-''-
Waterfront sources had it that
the Guayas a former subma submarine
rine submarine chaser has been about
to leave-canal Zone waters.
The libel was filed by Com- 1
pafiia Generad'Xlcore, S. A.;
a Col6n firm, against both the
vessel and her owners,"Compa owners,"Compa-fiia
fiia owners,"Compa-fiia Comercial Naviera,lS.Aj
- t' s v '. 1 "--V
It charged that hTIune 1955
the officers of the vessel order-'
ed cigarettes and whiskey valu
ed at $5,838, and that other or orders
ders orders of the same kind came t9
$8,255, or a total of $14,093,
Against this bill only $300 has
been paid,; the sent charges.
Marshal Kinkaid found only
four crewmen aboard today. He
served the libel on the chief
auartermaster, Victor Moreno
Flores, who was appointed tern-
' The ship's master, Capt. Jose
Bolivar Medina, had reportedly
gone to Guayaquil :
The Guayas has been in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa for some two waekfc....,
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-nt test J?!iiir
from Warmcr Ekos. in WarnerColc