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ISABEL MARTINEZ walks out lo the plane In which she and
Juan-Perm ilew from Tocnmen to Venezuela yesterday.
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Fallen Argentina strongman- Juan Domlnptf Peron ended hb
eifht-month exile in Panama yesterday and took off for Vene Vene-luela
luela Vene-luela with a blonde everyone bat him could see..
" At an en route stop at Maracaibo, Venezuela, reporters asked
Peron about stories that he had a blonde girlfriend. All lies,"
responded the- ex-dictator. "Principally the lies of ; United
Press." L.i:iv.r--;,W:'. ": v;-,
t Meanwhile a photographer r. as having a word with Peron's
travelling companion Isabel Martinei. "kre you Peron'a girl?"
"Yes," replied blonde Isabel happilyv And the 23-year-old
Argentinian1 dancing girl who has been a lively member of Pe Peron's
ron's Peron's household since he was living near the U.S. Embassy in
Panama City posed for a few more shots, ('v ......
Isabel was likewise more evi evident
dent evident to strangers than she was
' to Peron and members- of the
party as the former President
. said his farewells at Tocumen
Peron remained in the VIP
. room with several of the friends
he made during his time in Co Colon,
lon, Colon, These friends, on being
DEPARTING EX-DICTATOR Juan D. Peron has a farewell pat
on the head for his JtoddauEhter; little Eva Argentina Fernan Fernandez,
dez, Fernandez, immediately before enters the plane which took .him
ItU IUU wru
questioned as to Isabel's well well-being
being well-being and whereabouts, -were
singularly blank. Perhaps she
had sailed with Peron body bodyguard
guard bodyguard Isaac Giloberte aboard
the Amerigo Vespucci from CrlS'
tobal Monday. - '
The mystification 'of 'the Pe Peron
ron Peron party concerning the very
(Continued on page 8, col. S)
RP First Lady
WASHINGTON An a ttn-
Panama asked the United States
government today for Salk polio
vaccine to inoculate 150,000 caildrej
over a period of one year, i
To grant the request; the United
States would have to waive its
present export restriction of the
vaccine. ; .',
"Argentina, Costa Rica and .Iran
are among the countries of high
polio incidence that also have ap applied
plied applied for serum. A special inter interdepartmental
departmental interdepartmental committee is now stu
dying the requests with a view of
modifying the flat export ban, the
uuuea rress nas learned..
The Panamanian application was
uiuugui 10 me state Department
by Mrs. Olga A. Arias, wife of
Panamanian President Ricardo A
riaa. She ltressnl that Panama
should receive special consideration
oecause or tne Canal Zone, a U.S.-
leasett strip territory which di
vides the republic.
' She was reporttd to have point
d out that whilt childrtn m the
Panama Canal Zone hav btan
vaccinated, fhty coma Inte daily
contact with Panamanians who
: have not. ; :
Even thOUfih' overall vnnrt ra
striotion rannnt ha liftad this
time Panama should receive a spe
Cial OUOta even if nnlv in nrntant
United States citizens of the Canal
tone, Mrs. Anas is said to nave
told Uie U.S. officials. :r.
According to Panamanian annra.
es. three U.S. manufacture r haw
aavisea mat they are able to sun
ply Panama's needs which would
amount to 450,000 cc. They are the
uiiy, : anarpe and Dohme and
Mrs. Arias met with th. off!
cials for more than one hour at
the office of Jack D. "Nea, direc director
tor director of the or .ia of HV l'e Amrn Amrn-can
can Amrn-can A' I l( -( o
State, 'J 1-iep.utmeni of Com
merce ad Heaitht- Education and
W elfare were also .represented.
RP Men Hold
I J 7, contcts are being
. "wcen ranama and Ja
maica on the cooDerativn fmnt in
an effort to fill a gap which will
SOOn be creatmt hv tha m,n..i.
J commissary facilities for about
iuvuw employes of the Canal Zone.
' The rlosinff nf tho..
nes is the result of the provisions
of a new trpiv hotmun rnn..
and the Unitwt Sft
to i anama have been studying Ja
mawa'i self-help and cooperative
' pur'mg the past two weeks two
additional delegates Carlos Laza
ms and Franrism Nun., h
arrived here from Panama for dis-!
cussions with cooperative organi
nations in Jamaica on Panama's
new cooperative legislation and
tno terms and bylaws governing
"o uuerauons oi credit unions m
ranama as well as the principles
for the creation and development
of the consumer cooperative move
Vc:r rcr Retired
.Persons who have already re
tired Under tha VS. Civil Rar.
ice Reti ement Act will not get
a raise in their annnlt,1p this
year, it was learned today.
A bill providing for this died
last month in the House of Rep Representatives.
resentatives. Representatives. It was Senate re re-solutlp
solutlp re-solutlp 3725. r ...
The fianafa nasitail nn -Till,.
this measure which would have
given annuitants already on the
rolls a small percentage in increase,
crease, increase, annuwhat 1pc than tha
one they received last fall.
waj at ursi inougnt that
this legislation was rushed
through in the last hours of Con
gress along with the measure
bettering retirement for those
who end their aetiva duty on or
after Oct. 11, la6.
Later, however, it was found
that the House look no aetimi
on the bill. -v
fiinra tha' S5fVi f!nnoTa ae
adjourned, an entirely new mea
sure, win oe required to a acconr-
nhsh tha nMT-TVYta nt tha hill that
failed of enactment. : v
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TWISTKD STEEL girders form a-backdrop as rescuers search for addlOonal, bodies and a
bulldozer- attempts to (clear the rubble following the explosion of seven ammunition trucks
in the heart of Call, Colombia, Tuesday. (USAF Photo)
DOCTORS, NURSES awl first
Dlama For Cali Blast Placed
On Opposition; Dead At 1100
CkU. km. fl fUP- Tha toll
in Tuesday's explosion was nearinn
1100 known dead. It was feared
hundreds more are still ia the ruins
tne injured numbered 1230 and
there were 5,000 homeless.
Ma j. Cen. Tedro Mufioi, com'
manrlpr in chief nf tha armv hlam
ed tbc blast on onnosition 'ooliti-
cians in a SDeech in troona hpra
The pro-govenment newspaper Dia
no aei rariiinn cam invactisatinn
has disclosed "indisputable proof"
mat tne explosion was caused by
sauoiage. ... '.
Diano said tha seven army
trucks that went up in the explo explosion
sion explosion war rarrvinir tnno nt tmt
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Kivuig me oia.si aooui l-l,(XHHh the
power ot an atomic bomb,
The U.S. Conjoint said proper property
ty property of a number of American firms
was damaged by iho oxplosion,
which leveled eight .business
blocks in contra Cali. No Amari
cana war killed or sarioudy
9 (UP) Dr
' Fisher, arch arch-ibury,
ibury, arch-ibury, accused
Geoffrey Fit j
bishop- of -c
the Roman ruthniin h,.u
day of "suppreiiiing the freedom
of other religious communities."
Dr, Jlaher, spending a four four-day
day four-day vacation, hew r..tA t
reporter'g question as to whv
there.. la not mow '-operation
between the Ca
- w Wil
"It's an ugly attitude of the
Roman Catnolic church to sup-
nress tha fraari
iligious communities," he said.
aid workers give emergency aid in a makeshift aid station 'near
we ruins of one ti Call's buildings, i .
.; Offiftal "aniiTPM tniH f hat tin
die's have been recovered so far
from the rubble. They estimated
that the total toll of the explosion
...... .1.1 1- k . r r,n 1 I ...
wuuiu tie i icaai acau.
. A two-month-old child, which had
been, buried, for more than 24
hours, was rescued uninjured from
the ruins yesterday.
A total of 750 bodies have been
buried so far in mass graves here
and in neabv Palmira, and an un
disclosed number' of others have
been interred privately by relativ relatives.
es. relatives. ;".
Requiem masses were said yes yesterday
terday yesterday in all of Cali'i churches,
including tne mast-damaged ca
quarter of a mile by the explo-
.m. snul i tha rAAf a( r..luul.. 1.1 1 1 J ... 1
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meorais cnapei. ,
Variety Of Isthmian Accents- Confuses
Otherwise Competpntr Court Stenographer
So many different accenU gfldV
ways oi speaking English are
used by counsel and defendants
annaarlniri uafnra tha ITS nlo-
itrict Court that one otherwise
competent court stenograpner
ieit unaDie w we un icsu-
mony. ,"i .;..: v;
Turlaa nnthrU P Prfloj rpvoal.
ed this yesterday in Informing
members of the bar of the acute
Klt.nntion that has arisen in
a Dalnairinnlon Vrninon trana.
recently called in to fill the gap
in court reporting services creat created
ed created by" the avalanche of testl-
mAMtii 4.. tharanol "rkllnta' ault
against the Panami Canal Com
Uar'.naarf vll fash, anniiph,
and she understood legal terms.1
' (LaAr I nolo r
Former SS General'
Will Stand Trial
For Nazi Murders
.MUNICII,'. Germany, An?.' 9 1-
iuri -- xiie Bavarian siita tJ ""y ,M w, '" v
tnrnav'a i. :al:e .8tlHhln lneled nut Of the Strait
that it will t.n, r,
th.. A ..r:ve 'ssea .toaay
ll BetiHcJi tot th murder of
v win irv lOrmaf S S
i aJr '"'s n years ago.
iciricn is on parole from
uie sentence for. the Malmedv
...v wvii,e lur. ine Ma martv
massacre of American tat
The xtflt atf.nm.v'- n
Dietrich, and the former Dachau
concentration camp command
ant. Mlcnael T.lnna. ...Ml k.1
CnarEea With Id nor Bhattfna th.l
murder of Hitler's longtime
fvi&nsA Unit.. . i I
shirt organization, Ernst Roehm
na ma supporters. ;r,
Roehm and other broflshlrt
aders. With" Qraimo Stro
leaders, with : Grezor Strasser
nundreds of other opponents of
uluWi A.ucu on, uic iukiimui., mis laouiaiion or me new
iqj iong knlvesf pn June 30. 1934.'formulas and how they apply.
But she asked to be exc'used.that' the average reporter can
- Jndea Rrnw manMnnari ana.
IclflcaUy thathe speech of the
American eoutn, of tne wew
Englander; "of the West and
other Texans" i hrd rfallv in
the Ancon courtroom. : t
; Others marked that the Court
often gets a dash of West In Indian
dian Indian llrun And inm Pno-lish
.spoken locally has strong fipan-
iaii Hccfnt ana intonation..
Underlining (that ha his au authorized
thorized authorized to hire temnorarv heln.
the- Judge remarked that 'it
would be a good Job lor some somebody."
body." somebody." ..;..-..!u;S
The fe Is 55 ranta m. nooa
for the original, plus 25 cents
each for the two copies, or a to
tal OI 1.U3. :
"l ai told," the Judga said,
At Nasser Dims
LONDON. Ana: 9 (UP)
halt today to tier emergency buildup of troops and sup supplies
plies supplies in the Mediterranean. ; v,
There Was no Offirinl vnlnnnl!nn' (n kat l,!..1
which halted the flow of ships, planes, men and supplies
to back up Britain's announced intention ef maintaining
with force if necessary free passage through the Suex
The defense ministry
Airways Corp. (BOAC) to call
a ffa ! ' a a
ro oriiisn-ieasea oases in Libya, iix new Bristol Britannia
turboprop airliners were to have started the airlift at
dawn tomorrowv ;kv.::; s;nflx: rx x v;,
. The ministry also'Dostnoned the tnilinA nf tk trAVn.
ship Empire Ken which also was to have left tomorrow with
a detachment of anti-aircraft troops.
At.' tha nmi tlma nlhraltar
dispatch said the 22,000-ton air-
a. 1 ... i V tH.. 1 J
crait earner jauiwai& swLipcu
Russia r.ay Want
ijrr.cnr.Txr a nor O TrP J?n-
at AAnaani-Ail Its InvHatlAM t.A t.ht
Oath VVVIWU Vd 4a IVUVtVU -
London Sue. conference tonight
witn a nint, it may oemanu in
ternationalization oi tne r ana
mi Canal and other world wa
me Russian acceptance, in
note hanoea to me western
Three and other embassies here,
b..ri ht tha Riia -taika be
T ... .. 1.. . 1,1.
postponed and that more Com
munist and Arab nations be In
Biit in anir case, it Indicated,
Russia, will be London a week
from today If the .conference
opens on schedule,
It raised the Panama Issue in
. ..Inf.,1 Mii.Etlnn wtithAtlt nam.
puiilbcu luvaMV" ..--
lng what waterways it had in
iirm. ni'.antlm. vmtiirolif arlsae
why is the Suez Canal alone
rri.r-'",; f .maiir im
aim -mia- u ....
portance?.".tThe Russians askea.
US Citizens Assoc:
HflS Copy Of Civil
A detailed table has been is-
.1.-. t ak.m violmii n
the appUcation of the new Civil
. . i . ... i
service Retirement legislation
nassed by .the last congress.
'Tha maaaura vatrvintr tha .a.
SvrwffiM M UW
9 m aaaii.1 a
has received for reference a eonv
- ... ., ,. .
produce about four pages in an
hour's time. That makes $4.20
an hour, nnt-'rnnnt.lno tha tlma
spent In the courtroom."
ine jurist aaaea mat ne naa
written a letter to the Admin Administrative
istrative Administrative Off lira nf TI R DiatrW
Courts in Washington for guid
ance., j; t : -.i, i
He revealed that the regular
court -gtenmrriinhar "fa ha vino in
work day and night" to prepare
tne transcript oi the pilots' case
"which would -ordinarily have
been taken by a fleet of report
ers in ma Kitties' ... ) s
Tha Jiw1(a In I nAnnopl fViat bQlH
OV UVv...uvl iua i
not equipped to report the trial
of suits of any length, :
. Cnll.T.I Mmlln.f.J J M
u'w.iai i,viiiitv,avcu auiiiii aitjr i
cases on the docket give promise
of long-drawn-out bearings. I
R rifniit nil AI m e-tiAA m
ordered tk firitUti fvin
off an airlift of 3000 soldiers
off there' In tha mlricf nf a il,k
- -- ....hw. ,M UftOU
to Cyprus and abruptly went in into
to into drydock.' The Bulwark, left
rortsmoutn, England, Monday
with a full eomDlement of ieta.
. Diplomats speculated that the
delay may have been ordered a
evidence to back un Prime Mln-'
Ister Sir- Anthony fede n' drrli -ration
last ,. ..t th, t -w oo not
seek a solution (of the Sue. dis--pute)
by force."- 1 ;
Eden'a speech, WhlW regard.
M in some quarters u eoncl eoncl-batory,
batory, eoncl-batory, roused further anger
In Cairo where It Was his at attack
tack attack an Egyptian.. President
Gamal Abdel Nasser virtually
eaasei.n3r hP Brotiat Brotiat-ed
ed Brotiat-ed settlement of the Suei cri
sis, ... ,s.' ;
Today's British move" also' f 61-
ii,.u" ciuoeiy xnaia
iowea closely Indian. Pmi.r
.lBnrftha.1.1 i mT.u.t ...
--" curu; cnucism
yesterday of Western military
preparations. 1 ..,.
But nffir i all th.,- .:
- ..j viicis rfan only
silence on. the British 'decision.
, T ran vnolr. mm .i -. x
whatsoever on troop mo v
menu; the War Office spokes-.
man .;gaid, v.i ,'.vw
t Nasser was reported count-1
ing on the unqualified support
of the Soviet Union, India and
the Arab 'nations in ihe dis-
pute. Cairo sources said Edea'i
description last night nf Nasser
as a plundering dictator was
certain to bring strong coun-
ter-measures."-. -.;v v" "v"-..-'
Official riantala In rir 'n
- ... wiiu X nil
ed to halt mounting speculation
Nasser WOllld aaalr a rfafan.. ..
- - mwv.ioc vat
with Russia when he visits tha
ooviet capital Aug. ia. the own owning
ing owning date of ; tha London. Suez
conference. I ; . ...
Eden expressed hope the con-
troversy would be solved "by
the broadest possible -international
agreement" hut ha .M
the Canal was a matter of Ufa
and death and that Britain
would never arrant Na
"We do not seek a anlntlnn hm
force." Eden said in a worldwide
broadcast last night "but by tha
broadest possible international
agreement ., -
"Wa rannnt atrraa that an ant
of plunder which threatens tha
livelihood of many nations will!
be allowed to succeed We'va
too much at risk not to take
Precautions..: Thia la a mattarT
of life and death to ns all. j
"Our quarrel is hot with Egypt,
still less with the Arab world. It ;
is wnn colonel Nasser... 4
"If Colonel Nasser's action I
were to succeed, each' of us
would be at the mercy of one
man for the suonlles on which
we live. We could never accept
Amarlpan official. In WiA. :
- .vimp v ewifaa-'
lneton said Edan'a rannrt. nn)
Suez had improved chsncea of ;
worKing out a peacerui settle settlement,
ment, settlement, but Cairo dispatches dis-
agreed completely. I
The British press said the mil- 5
ltary preparations by Britain
and France were sure to revive f
fears in Asia and the Middle
East of "gunboat Imperialism'
and that the West and Fast may t
sDllt Irrevocable at th Suea
conference. M ..
Britain today began airlifting
- iA fir at nf Ofin ttnmfltt atA nKfl
iv VW nviuvu UaSVI lalll T
and there were unconfirmed re-
porta the government would re;
..If h - -1 ..-tUl. J1..I
uaii uiie'Hllu puofiiuiy two U1V1- J
sions from Germany becaust of t
tstesdat. ArGrsT 9, is;s
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
ria uw.ixte rr rwt aMA riew raise, imc
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OKIC frHCHTTIVt -C-UA POWtKS. INC
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PO IJC MONTH. IN ABVNCt , i Jj ll
Pot Ofcf t in l.0 0
THE MAM BOX
OlSCimUNATlON AND PREJUDICE
This li my second letter About the subject ol discrimination
and prejudice. While a letter of this kind will only make peo people
ple people who disagree with my views more determined in their views,
my conscience will not let me keep my views to myself any
l0nBrL T will start with the letters from "Afrtcanui." I think
he 'has a point there but I believe the Mail Box is the wrong
place to -expect to an answer from my of the pastors or
.hiirhmin. t would Ruseest he aro olrtcuy to the men of the
k...h nj inmn nf tuoiri if thpv would allow integration v in l.-. It's a limcf Ufi v rVfim
their churches. I may be wrong, but nave any of the Catnoiie d4y wnen third party, oper-
- By VICTOR RIESEL
There's one favorite son of the
Democrats who will not be put in
nomination although he u help
oDen their conclave and that
rrankie Sinatra who has been se
cretly rehearsing the ueinoaats
battle hymn against the Republi Republicans.
cans. Republicans. The GOF will counter at the
Cow Palace with Ethel Merman.
i'ranltit and Ethel have nu need
for more publicity nor do they
lack a stage oa which to give out.
They go to the political conven conventions
tions conventions because they believe in their
political causes as others do in
the two billion dollar entertain entertainment
ment entertainment world now dividing itself into
partisans in our traditional- two
churshss been tried? Tney seem to be more liberal when it
. comes to integration In their churches. Again, I say, I may be
wrong. As for "Caucasian," he certainly said plenty in a iew
' words what-kind of a person he is. I don't want to go to his
church if he is like thai.
Before I say more, 1 want to reiterate what was said in my
first letter. I am a North American "Caucasian," Protestant,
etc So, I have no axe to grind. t
1 This letter may seem distasteful to some and if it does,
well search your conscience. I know I am in good company be be-"I
"I be-"I cause I Mvt been making a study of the views of some of our
most respected people of the country, in recent times, as, for
! example: Wendell Willkle, Mr3. Eleanor Roosevelt, President
Eisenhower, Bishop Pulton J. Sheen, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans,
J Adlal Stevenson, etc, etc., all of whom have expressed their
abhorrence of racial or religious prejudice,, not only by words,
J but fcy deeds, as well, v - ;
Kot to mention our own new governor, Governor Potter. His
! statements will bo interpreted in as many ways as there are
people hert in. the Zone. I choose to interpret his speech not
in the way most people I have talked to seem to Interpret it.
1 don't think he meant we don't know what Is happening in
the outside world so much as we don't seem to care. We read
about the various happenings in the world but1 with strictly an
outside interest and within seconds most "Of it is forgotten
listen in on the conversations during the-"coffee break"
and I am sure that anyone will have to agree all the people
r here talk about are their own personal, selfish problems, mixed
f irt with an occasional remark derogatory to the various "for "for-i
i "for-i eigners" and the possibility that someone is going tb give all
i, these lobs to someone else, etc. .-
.- As for my non-de-plume lUn Mundoj, there are those that
say It is taken from the communists, but isn't that the idea
that. the great Wendell Willkle had, mare or less? .please cor cor-;rectme
;rectme cor-;rectme lfJmwrong. ;
I "DETECTIVE STORT" ;V;
Sir: , ; x ...
The Theater Guild is getting some much deserved publicity
though at Trixie'a expense. Obviously the inexpensive ($5)
: membership dues not only entitles one to free tickets for at
1 least five fine productions, but also gives carte blanche to entry
: In the narannal M-lt.livt a;enstk(.
1 have an additional right, the claim to being the oldest
active -Isthmian actor, and too, having stuck my necK out in
: published criticism as does Trixie. ; ... .:-.;;..v? .o;
Her work, in my considered opinion, has been of high
caliber; Interesting, considerate of the public and encouraging
; to the theater. - -'-v mv.-;.
. While t urn that the eiltic must work within reaulre-
' menu other than personal, the reader must develop a personal
I evaluation of the critic. Just as you can criticize what I am
? savins, so may anyone criticise the critic who must write "off
'I the cuff" tomcat deadline for publication to be of .use;, to
public and actors. -;- f '.;;J
There were SO actors in "Detective Story." Minor actors
', the stars of tomorrow need more encouragement. I however
t would have given major mention to the really fine direction
which Shows that Adeia Bettis has directorial stature.
V Richard Eieenmana
T.V. REPEATS AND COMMERCIALS
I have never before written a letter to the Mail Box, but
to view of all the controversy about television which appears
in this column of late, I feel sn urge to present my humble
- "Dlsgusted's" letter covered lust about everything the gen-
. erai TV public is disappointed and disgruntled about.
"Outsider," I suspect, Is a serviceman or the wife of a
serviceman, who naturally would be in sympathy with Special
' Services in that direction. "Outsider" courteously Informative
. but failed to suaaest a satisfactory solution to the situation..
"M. Brook" was much to the point, and saw no reason to
- not call a spade a spade. Commendable and democratic. .
- First, ."Outsider" pointed out the possibility a serviceman
might like to see a repeat of t program because he was. on- duty
at tne time oi its iirst snowing. . ..;
That reasonlni Is nrettv dained selfish, and unreasonable.
- It's revolting that the TV public must be forced to view repeats
or nothing for that cloistered reason. ;
Why not provide a briefing loom, recreation room or. lust a
TV theater fftr inn reneat crowd. v t
Maybe they could be accommodated at the NCQ Clubs or
the officers' dubs for this purpose, no gripes there..: or are
there? y -v,,
Let's have 75 of the commercials back. The majority of
them are cleverly Instructive' and informative. They .are never
boring, for what concern could hope to sell its product through
boring commercial methods? :i ;
I shall certainly refrain from going Into foreign affairs, but
it's difficult to believe that Panama ould protest and force a
stop to our TV commercials. , 4; h
. The Republic of Panama has a much wider and Stateside
-variety of toilet articles, medicines ana many other things in
cluding Automobile Row. Theie are not marly things that you
can't buy in Panama. Frankly, this abundance doesnt exist in
the Canal Zone. We've had to 'make do" or buy it in Panama
for a long, long time.
ating underground, exploited, some
song and dance people.
There'i new sODhistication to-
dav. a meltowini maturity, which
is developing in tne ou,uw,uw
And that's surprising. The left
wing moved in on this entertain
ment oaoy in ill eariy aays sou
tried to raise it on tne diss.
This effort failed and the young
giant industry is lucky to have a
union in the field today which Is
clean. ..'.- : . z
This is especially due to the la
hnr nf twA men the late George
Heller, lone executive-secretary of
AFTRA. snd Henry jaae,,tne
counsellor and catalyst of the. ns
lional American Federation of Ra Radio
dio Radio and Television Artists.
For 20 years Henry Jaffe
worked to fuse the tempera-,
mental and individualistic artist-
be they Shakesperian or rock-and-roll
and molded and mellowed
them into a consciousness of group
interests which did not ignore de
votion to country and ethics.
There is a terrific yarn in
Jaffa's quick footwork In an in
dustry where every new studio
cable is suspect because It brings
with it the wizardry of electronics
wnicri can wipe out jods ana
change the status of even a star
But there is another story which.
though less glamorous, is far
more vital. It relates the saving
of this most powerful media, with
great impact ea the young and
old, from suffering the heartaches
and pocket-picking left wing poli politics
tics politics which caused Hollywood so
much travail in the past 20 years
and during which AFTRA was
born and matured,
Jaffe brought together the lib
erals '.. snd conservatives in his
union. ; They .were able towork to
gether for the common good in inside
side inside the union. They could do this
becsuse they learned how to leave
ueir own political differences out
side the union hall and council
Thev did not permit their union
to become the battle ground for
their outside differences over
Democrats or Republicans, the
civil rights issue, conservatism or
liberalism, President Eisenhower's
health or Stevenson's latest gall
under Jane's guidance these
sensitive but temperamental radio
and television artists soon realized
that to bring these fights on the
floor was simply to divide their
strength and let unhealthy forces
exploit the split.
After 20 years Jaffe decided to
resign. He dispatched his notice
to the union. Then he went out to
its Chicago convention the other
week a convention, incidentally,
which is unique, for it is run in
one session .without adjournment
even if it takes a week. s
The union of actors and ac actresses
tresses actresses of the airwives refused to
accept the lawyer's resignation.
This is unprecedented Jn labor his history.
tory. history. The delegates simply refused
to adjourn their conclave until he
was drafted. Here was a conven convention
tion convention representing 12,000 entertain entertainers
ers entertainers actually unanimously voting a
"... r be it resolved that this
convention believes that the con continuance
tinuance continuance of Mr. Jaffe's relationship
with AFTRA through the forth
coming negotiations ana thereaft thereafter
er thereafter is a matter of the highest ira
portance to the welfare of our
union and its members . ."
And to the welfare of the coun
try and its TV-watching kids as
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mM,n r,th r.np i.aHpr iust be-! dam on tnt last big dainsite re-
fore Congress adjourned, the Pres- maining in the U.t)jv was oked
ident said he waa "sausiiea" wiin uuV nu-uw-
the legislative record of the 84th : erf un.wmie. aouse wouyiais wua
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The journals inform me that
Nrw Jitspv. state which' has
often permitted criminals in' office
and served as-sanctuary tor- large large-scale
scale large-scale mobsters, has decidel that
Jersey City is too delicate to per-
mit a rocK n rou concert, aue w
fear-of riots. v
Mcrrv. mercv me. and also
heavens to Betsy. You would think
that each generation inventea am
and that juvenile delinquency is a
product of the TV age.
While I am not endorsing riots,
juvenile or sdult, the habit of young
bucks kicking up meir neeis ana
making mischief was pretty well
Mtahliihed before rock 'n roll
fine into what is certain to be
brief vogue, due to the frailty of
the art iorm.
I missed the Bunny Hug, and
the fox trot waa well secure when
I came into eoUhooaVBut 1 was
in on the Charleston, the Black
Bottom, the shag, the jitterbug,
the Lindy Hop, be-bop, the cha
cha cha and other popular delu
sions of the madness ot crowas,
They were all more or less con-1
Hamuli it a aura-fir nassaee to
perdition, and the old folks sighed
and said, "I don't know what the
young people are coming to. In
my day . ."
My parents informed me -that
the fox trot, when it entered the
scene, was a thing no nice gun
did, and dancing cheek to cheek
was little short of seduction ar a
menace to the commonweal. What
they, would have said, of the rum rumba,
ba, rumba, which is nothing but sexual
symbolism based on clack magic,
I am aghast to trunk. v
. 'But I know that my group,
which was of the painted slicker.
wide-bottom trousers and flivver,
era, raised just as much hell ar
the moderns. We crashed theater
doors in crowds of hundreds, usu
ally after a football rally. Every
year there was a pitched battle
between hundreds of students
when the juniors tried to rush the
sacrosanct remor steps.
We stole gasoline from strange
cars, and .1 .once went to jail for
one night as punishment because
i cmckened out and quit running
when a cop started pegging .45
slugs at me. (At that time I was
19 years bid and had been gradu graduated
ated graduated from the University of North
Carolina the night before.)
The Carolina kids used to drift
over to Durham and beat ud the
Duke lads,-and vice versa, and I
imagine that I painted the statue
of old Buck Duke blue at least 10
We drank bootleg booze and
fought at dances. I not- only drank
it,.but made it. I got the raw al alcohol
cohol alcohol from Texas Guinea's kid
brother in Durham, and took Over
the Chapel Hill branch of the busi business.
ness. business. Some said I made very tasty
gin in Grimes Dormitory.
We "necked" and we "petted"
and did most Of the other things
college students are known to do.
-Yet we. were not- "bad"' boys.
Most of us are lawyers, doctors,
senators, bankers ana businessmen
today. One of us recently married
Margaret Truman, and several
have become ministers of the gov
pel and of the state. The one ab abstemious
stemious abstemious one I recall, recently shot
hi, wife, child, dog and himself to
death after practicing for weeks
on tin cam with a pistol. v
I don't think rock 'n roll csn be
called catastrophic in its effect on. been a little' nuts,' and generally
modern youth. Youth always has I grows out of it into stodgy Samty.
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Congress, though not exactly jubi jubilant
lant jubilant about the boxscore of ac-
The boxscore had been prepared
on charts by some of Ike's Madi Madison
son Madison Avenue advisers, and GOP
leaders, looking over Ike's shoul
der, could see in separate col
umns the ma tor bills mat nao:
1) passed the House, 2) passed
tne Senate, and 3) received ue
resident s signature.
Scanning these charts, Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower told the leaders:
"I want to thank each of you
for all you did to get our program
through the Congress.' It was a
tough job, and I appreciate your
efforts. Of course, I didn't get
everything I hoped for. But on
the whole I am satisfied with the
"We're in pretty good shape," i
ne added, apparently meaning
that the Republican party could
confidently face the coming cam campaign.
paign. campaign. However, he expressed dis disappointment
appointment disappointment over the Senate's
restriction of foreign aid funds.
also the scuttling of the civil rights
There were laughs as he re referred
ferred referred to the foreign aid battle in
which Senate GOP Leader William
Knowland helped defeat the
President's urgent request for aid
to Yugoslavia. Knowland hinself
managed to muster a grin when
Ike, looking squftely at Mm, de declared:
clared: declared: "No, I cant say that I am satis satisfied
fied satisfied with the Senate action."
He expressed hope that a com compromise
promise compromise could be worked out by
Senate and House joint conferees
to remove the Senate hobble on
any new military aid to Yugo Yugoslavia..
slavia.. Yugoslavia.. .::
Knowland reported t h a t the
"practical difficulties of the
threatened filibuster" dashed any
hope of Senate action oa the civ civil
il civil rights bill, already approved by
"With the kind of organized
Southern opposition we face, there
just lsn t time to get the bill
through the Senate," said Know Know-land.
land. Know-land. 'Maybe if we had taken it
up earner we would have nave
had a chance, but there was no
opportunity with other pressing
"Well, I certainly hope some something
thing something csn be done in the next
Congress," the President re
marked. "We cannot abandon the
responsibility of protecting the
rights of minorities. It is not an
extreme bill In fact, it Is a very
moderate one in my opinion. I
can't understand all the fuss about
it." i 4 .
i NEWSMAN'S SUMMARY
Summarizing the work of Con Con-cress
cress Con-cress from a newsman's sidelinM.
I would say that the 84th Congress
was mor than usually represen
tative ot tne people. When the peo-
& raise cain with Congress, the
gress listens. When the people
are- apathetic, Congress listens to
tne lobbyists.' 4 v
This congress pore than most
have watched listened to the
lobbyists. Some lobbyists are bad,
some are good. But if you look
over the record of the 84th Con
gress you see few bills passed
without the urging of lobbyists.
Here is the scorecard;
The Highway Bill Costing
S37.OOO.O00.0OO was nut across ,bv
the truckers, the auto and tire
companies, the' gasoline compan
ies, and the Teamsters Union. It's
a good bill, but jt wouldn't have
passed, at least at this session,
without lobbyist support.
The School Construction Bill
Far more important than high
ways, the school bill had no lob lobbies
bies lobbies behind it. The teachers are
not effective. School children don't
know how to lobby, The White
House didni left its voice audibly
while- the school delate was on.
The bill did. not pass.
camped out on Capitol Hal and
Duiwnnotea wavering, senators,
if tne woite nouse uad exemd
naif as mucn etiort for tne school
out as it did olocjung ueks Canyoi
scnooi cnudren wuuitt nave uw
promise ot new. buudings as they
start to school in feepusmber.
The Farm Bill Was passed,
after mucn hassling, because of
ue farm lobuyuu, among the
most potent in tne nation.
Old Age Pensions The pen pension
sion pension age for women was towered
ana oisabuity payments broad broadened
ened broadened over tne protest of the ad administration,
ministration, administration, itus came about aa
a result of pressure from labor
and oldster groups, f r
V Minimem Wages -d Were in
creased from la cents to one dol
lar at the insistence of liberal
Democrats and iaDor unions. Xne
administration wanted only 90
cents. Unions had little to gain
from pushing the bill because most
of their members get higher wages.
But they wanted to lift the general
buying power of the nation.
The Clean Elections Bill Had
no lobbyists behind it. Phil Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, publisher of the Washington
Post, and Senator Tennings of Mis
souri pushed it relentlessly, but
any Senate leaders who are in a
position to get big money from
big business or big oil are loath
to clean up campaign contribu contributions.
tions. contributions. The Republicans and Sen.
Lyndon Johnson, Texas Democrat,
both benefit. Y .
Investigation ef Lobbying Ob-.
viously there were no lobbyists
standing in line to push an in
vestigation of themselves, bo this
investigation has been scraping
slowly through' the Washington
summer without even revealing
its most sensational information
A $5,000 check from Howard Keck
of Superior Oil to the Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower dinner right in the middle of
the Senate gas debate. Superior
OU has now been indicted but in
connection with the ,$2,500 which
Senstor Case rejected, not the
$5,000 which the Ike committee
NOTE Only important maes-
ure which passed without lobbyist
support was the foreign aid bill,
and it had the most effective voice
in the nation that of. the White
House behind it. v-
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FALSE CAIETY-Linda Dor-
in's "natural" smile is the
product of a man in a white
coat, working in a dental labo-
ratory-' The 5-year-old 'South
Fork, Pa, girl lost her baby
teeth due to. Infection, As
Linda's second teeth com in,
dentist plans to remove portions
of the dentures as required,
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l!:e Soes Clew Steal- Prices
As Inflationary 'Danger Sign'
'Tftg 1AAMA AMERICA AN INDEPENDENT DATT.Y KEWST APER
WASHINGTON, Aug. (UP)
resident Jtasenhower said yester yesterday
day yesterday the new steel price increase
is an limauonary "danger sign,
he said the government is watch
in the economy "closely" to fee
what effect the once rise will nave
But Mr. Eisenhower told his
sews conference that the govern govern-"
" govern-" ment clans no anti-inflation move
of now. He said the economy may
d aDie to aosorb the price rise
Other government officials and
economists expressed doubt that
uie steel hike will set off any maj
or inflationary trend. They coa-
reded. however that the 18 SO a
ton boost may mean higher prices
iormousanas 01 uems lute au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles and appliances.
But they said they believe these
retail price increases will be scat scattered
tered scattered and not uniformly heavy.
The steel price rise stemmed from
the wage increase recently won
by steel workers after a month month-long
long month-long strik.'
Mr. Eisenhower' was asked if the
steef hike would jeopardize efforts
by his administration to stabilize
the dollar. :
He replied, that jeopardize "is
orohablv a little itrone word But
he said "Every time you see a
price rise of this kind in such a
'Haw mnr-h nf that pan he ah.i
sorbed in the processing of steel
and hv the variant romnanip that
have made profits and by a great
er Degree oi-emciency or automa automation,
tion, automation, I don't know.
"But it is certainly one of the
thinffa that hnMa nn a rianperieiffn
and we watch it very closely eve-
. One government source said the
hifrhaff. nr-ipa ttf nn cteel ennTft nnt
heln but "nnerate on the side of
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uuiauoa. cui ire uu una una
not mean a general rise in the over
all price level.
WASHTNflTOV Ano TTPi
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Pmc ir;.k-.. : j
. : : : "ucin uucuuuwcr saua yes yes-basic
basic yes-basic commodity, as is steel, it hastterday he will undergo a complete
l...u . 'piirajLBi examination Dei ore ine
November elections to make cer
tain tnerejhas been "no change"
in his fitness for a second term.
The President a lin renewed hie
promise to tell the people prompt
ly a. ne nas any reason to believe
myself to- be now." He savs he
this year but "certainly before the
win lane ine pnysicai exam later
Mr. Eisenhower voiced hope
Mr. Eisenhower offered the
pledge to a news conference high highlighted
lighted highlighted bv mnuntino internet in the
political camoaien. the, ten Si
situation and a spirited attack by
Ike Promises I o Gei Phvsirnl
these factors to heln keep prices
In line: :'' -: ,f,
The Federal Reserve system s
Ddlicy of "restraint" which has
kept credit from increasing too fast
for some 18 months, ..
rnmnnilfinii 4nf the enneumer'ft
dollar, which makes 'it difficult for
1 1 aiiAta tniinaaeaa in mcit in iui
passed on to the consumer: Inform-
ea sources inaicaie mai uusuicsa uusuicsa-men
men uusuicsa-men are becoming more reluctant
SS on SUCn price increases
flation move at thia time
The-. President also said
"WOUi.ln't lie siirnricet" if miKt
ry spending increases 'next year.
oui ne saia ine 48 billion dollar
budget which' Defense Secretarv
Charles E. Wilson said hart heen
presented to him 'by the services
was onty an estimate. The Presi President
dent President said this figure was certain
w oe trimmed.
The President teemed in spe specially
cially specially good humor while answer
mg seme political questions, e e-voking
voking e-voking laughter on several ec ec-cations.
cations. ec-cations. He freely ditcutted sev
oral hot ittuet, tidettepping on only
ly only a few, ; -.....
He refused to disniM anew Ha.
rold E. Stassen's campaign to
- '.came a bare 2 hours after Adlal
he 'Stevenson, Democratic nresiden-
lor fear of losing trade.
World Confederation Of Teachers
Insists Members Sever Red Ties
He said "We have got te make
eertain reformt by education"
ne mtttar how much law there
it. He added, however, that local
federal courts will have te take
"tomo cognizance" of the oHua oHua-tlon
tlon oHua-tlon if no aciton it taken toward
integration, in their areas.
1 c Tucs: ; ; I Nixon from the GOP ticket tihs considerable heat when asked a-
Ihe President aim ha ... u w. u.j j- ui .. .1
teat the crisis touched off by Esition clear last Week when he said! Republican congressmen "nho-
Fi.v l.-ir. f . "lI0B "na SP""" attact by.ro d E. Stassen's campaign to
e1eVSr. t?Eto&, priarreSident Iome e"- dump Vice President ffid U.
ese lactors to neip seep 1 prices, ocratie cnucs- lMivnn i iv.. rno :.i.. 4:1..
tial aspirant, called for a
regation plank stronger than many
believed he would urge.'
. The President declined to say in
advance whether he thnnoht the
jGOP platform should specifically
endorse me supreme Court s
school order. But he called for paj after the collision in heavv
tience in solving the South'i arhnnli There a... 1
Ovner Of Panama
NEW YORK, Aug. S (UP) n,e
ower of a Panamanian' tanker in involved
volved involved in a eolli
ican freighter at the entrance to
new xorx barbor last July 23 was
tody for W.425,000 oamages.
The suit mi fiie.i k. k. d.
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Atlantic Steamship Corp, owner of
ui ireigmer airisle which sank
MANILA, Aug. (UP) Th el
worm uomeaerauon or me teacn-
mg Profession emerged from its
, week-long session1 yesterday with a
demand that ita memhera sever
ail ties with Communist bloc teach
ers' organizations. ;
The 34-nation conference ended
its session last night hopeful that
an aimospnere or mutual confi-
jaaaaaa 1'. ' ' '"
y United Press .,-
. The recurrent "troubles" in Ire
land Over the eentitriea lin. ..
tered native mm n th nu .i
to the odd corners of the world
often to win fame and print such
names as ''Bernardo O'Higgins"
. .. Jeiiee in ins nisrArv nr fw mA
,. .... . J Muua.
t Vl Wmd HfJ Fists (Holt) Js
'-John. Jennines' Rihlicaiiv.titiei
story of pn such lad, a broth of
redhead named. D.ennis Brian
O More whd fled from 16th-century
aiciauu w oecome "Ei Abbas El
Ahmar eantain nt a Tiilrini.
, Mir-At Jhe crucial naval tattlf of
,Ther. cfually win enriis
vwore, Jennings',, own ever-so-
lireai granatatber, but the records
, of his fife are sufficiently scanty
, auuiu me autnors imagination
free rein. The remiit la
adventure yarn meriting compari comparison
son comparison with Rafael Sabatini's stories
01 omjrparts of the Renaissance
wflrld,,; ;M.Vi(i, '.-.,:.i,J-i.
Jennings' hero Is a giant of a
mann wim wiis as quick as his
iisis or ine dow wmcn is his dead deadliest
liest deadliest Weanon. Hi eareer tnV kin.
- i MIV4 411111
into and out of Queen Elizabeth's
army ne joined, ironically, to es-
. MM the tMnn. mJ 4k. .-If
of Snain and the Knioht. nt nrn.
before he came to tread his own
; aecc in auieiman the Jdagnificent's
African squadron. ; (j t T
Needless to say, there were beaur
tiful women along the way Kitty
Fitzhugh, who hid hint In her bed
while her father roused the coun countryside
tryside countryside to hunt him down; the
noble Italian twins, Paolina and
Marina, who helped to unchain
nira uom a spamsh galley slave's
bench, and Lupe, the Moorish ex ex-ile,
ile, ex-ile, from Spain who became the
mi... 1.;. rr
iiia xunisian narem.
. u ts a colorful, fast-moving atory
At' fife in a world at mire gallant
and cruel, where men and women
uKe- maoe small effort to curb
Mueir eiemenui- passions.
Latest In the ranks of show-peo
ple- to write their autobiographies
. is jazz singer Billie Holiday, whose
Lady Sings the Blues (Doubleday)
" was written with the co-operation
vi. nee; lung-time iriena William
Dufty..'-i -'.-"i :-:-;-: ..'
- Billie tells and rjiiftv h t.Ven
pains to keep the telling vividof
ner gnetto cnuunood. in Baltimore:
' "I was a woman when T waa iv-
. of her desire to become something
r anytning Deiier man the ster-
eotype maid or laundress to which
her race seemed to have relegated
ner; or ner accidental emergence
as a Singer "Sure I can sing. What
gooa u mat ; ner rise to be
come undisputed Oueen nf the
iiues; and her fall as a narcotics
' The story should be sad and
painftuV its reality certainly was.
Ihe book however, contains nei-
iner saaness nor pam. or does
Jt, as did JEthel Waters' His Eye
is on the Snarronr: pnntaln nv
joy, or faith, or hope. Lady Day
' ""v. fcta an pcblj Idlllcr UlflD pitl-
ful, gaudy rather than glorious,
and selfish rather than self-ignoring.
Any cpe of her recordings
will reveal more of the real Billie
Holiday; than this book does,
dence" now exists among mem
bers to enable them tn conren
trate on the main objective of pro
moting me weti oeing ot society.
'Delegates count as the 'confed
eration'a biggest achievement its
decision to force two of its con
stituent European federations to
Withdraw from a "enmite ri'enfen.
te" which incfudes teacher or
ganizations of Iron Curtain coun countries,
tries, countries, also Communist China. ;
Delegates debated the decision
in cloaed session for mere than
six hours yotterday. Confedera Confederation
tion Confederation Secretary General William 0
Carr of the United States warn warned
ed warned against "overtures U cooper
ation from teachers who are not
The demand for an end to ''di ''divided
vided ''divided loyalty" was aimed at ; the
International Federation nf Teaeh.
era' Associations and International
i! ederation of Secondary Teachers.
Both are members of the Com
munist sponsored "comite d'en-
tente" as well a of the world confederation:
Mite Winifred Cloary of En
gland, who presented the 'get out'
resolution told roportort both
I FT A end FIPESO have agreed
te withdraw from the Commu
nitt committee. i
"We're lust trvihw In hum
them up," she aid.
The world conference also ap approved
proved approved a three-point reso 1 u 1 1 o n
which; v jw i'
Ilrffen each teaeher tn tmnvnve
his Drofessional aualifiratinna rnn.
stantly to meet the needs of his
pupus in a cnanging worm; urges
the teacher to take his full share
of rnmmnnitv reannnaihilitv in anlv
ing the problems in his own area;
Calls upon teachers organizations
to bring the needs of education to
the attention of : all forces pro pro-moling
moling pro-moling the well being of society.
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Housing Comnanv aiihmitta in
apparent low bid, of $5,851 for
uie construction of a new roof
for the Tool Rnnm In Rolhn.'.
mausiriai Area. ,
Bids were opened Wednesday
illuming jur mis work, which
consists essentially of replacing
"uung ion .wun a new
aluminum one. ;
: Other rnmnnnfea vrhleh" av.
mltted bids were Chain Singn
and Comtjanv. naiviAn a r
Company, Dillon and Hickman
construction Company. E. o
Hauke Construction Comnanv
Av. T- ,1. ..... 4-
aim acjiusiuj Liaill.
Corgos Potients i
The DflMnf nt ixfttfje, ia in
14 Gorgas Hospital were enter-
tainea unnrin niv.t i. il.
"ivmocrs ,or me band are
Albert I)S.Vf.t lea Her Tk.
i., oyivesier (Smoky) Stout
Reynold Chandler and Byron n'
This group is cheduled by the
HOSDltal Red Prnti TTnlt 4L..
Arts Monday 0f every month.
gypl'a nationalization of the Suez
canai can ne settled by "negotiation."-
But he refused tn mile mtt
use of military force if it is deem.
ea necessary, to preserve- certain
Mr. Eisenhower it the ITniteH
Mates, Britain and France are
trying w "substitute the confer
encev Uble lor the batUe field" in
Settling the controvert Rut he
came back' sharply when, a Brit-
isn rerjoner lain ne aeemeii tn he
ruling out use of force in any cir-
cumsiances. t t
' "I Was verv careful nnf tn aav
that," the President replied.'
un toe home economic front,
Mr. Eisenhower aaiH the new ateel
price increase was an inflation
ary danger sign." "He- said' ec economy
onomy economy closely to see what effect
it will have but plans no anti-in-
Nixon was perfectly, acceptable to taged" the federal aid school con-
him hilt that the rfuielnn i. ..n kill
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the GOP convention.
The President said he Hid nnf
know until told by a reporter yes
terday that presidential assistant
Sherman Adam had railed Tn
day on Massachusetts Gov., Chris
uan rierter, the man'Stassen is
booming for vice 'president. Ad Adams
ams Adams said the." visit w a enurtcsv
caU. t s'- s
Mr.' Eisenhower predicted that
the platform drafted, by the par party's
ty's party's San Francisco ronventinn will
represent "some reorientation" in
Aepumican rpincipies. He has' said
previously he would like tn ak the
GOP : rebuilt lion; mnrleratelv
progressive lines. r
Mr." Eisenhower also 'outlined
his Stand on the arhnnf intesratinn
question with a statement which
He said he hiil runmminJul
legislation to provide funds to the
states on me oasis of need. The
federal money, he said, would
have supplemented, not replaced,
state construction funds. i
When his bill was before the
House, Mr. Eisenhower said,
three-fourths of the .n.nnki;....
voted for it When his Dronoaals
were taken out of the measure, he
added, the Republicans voted a a-gamt
gamt a-gamt it.
However, he c o n t i n u e d, the
Democrats also voted against the
bill When it waa amenril hu
civil rights provision introduced
fy.?fp-jA,im clayton powefl (D (D-N.Y.).
N.Y.). (D-N.Y.). Thus, he said, the Demo-!
crats '.'not nnlv IrillaH mo kill
uicjr iieipeu am ineir Own.
There was no loss of life.
In a counter-suit, the Cia. Mari Maritime
time Maritime Panama, owner of the tank tanker
er tanker San Jose H, asked for $225,000
damages from Pan Atlantic;
Each company charged the' oth other
er other With exoeaxiv ni4 .ili 4.
, v-v u laimic IU
sound proper signals in fog a n d
laiiui e iu stop.
ShioDert hive mia h. r;. u.
ntima Panama for $800,000 ur lost
S Frfith nt nil miftinnrt
rn i ii 1 1 i.'i.iiii ji.ii.iij i
:lf'' if I
Vpttfhiiss WitjeasmtQ biMfiqkts uc
A. S. Parkes, Chairman of the
National (British) Institute for
Medical Research, has assembled
the notes of one of that organiza-
tion's CIBA symposia, dealing with
r.vuaacnauiy perception in ail US
4 aeeta under th Utim PtDi 1441-
H.VV, l""Vl 111. UUC U O 1 1 1 1 1 I .-
Brown). Doctors, psychiatrists, and
fj .uumuii. 41 will AuKiauu, Amer America,
ica, America, France, Spain, and Denmark
attended this symposium, giving
lectures on various axneeta nf ex
trasensory perception and joining
jii uie uiavuaaiuusi ine SUDjeCIS
covered range from the simple
documented cases of ESP, through
the paraphyschological factors of
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at present in the interior on a
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Make First Leg
Of Trip To Moscow
NEWARK N,. J.. Aug.' 9 (UP)
Mountain lions and snakes ar
rived by plane at Newark Airport
oiiainated by the- Insurance Com- yesterday to join a menagerie des
, pany w rorth Amena. It is a new uneo wr a zoo in Moscow.
method' of shin stowage for crepe
rubber,, calle s''on-end" stowage.
Crepe rubber has always pre-
tented a problem to steamship
lines because of its natural tacky
- state. Rubber is shipped from the
Far East in unprotected ,bale
bound by heavy steel straps. Un
'less the bales are separated dur
; ing shipment, they tend to stick
to each other in -huge masses in
a shin's hold.
i To prevent this fusion, it had
. been the practice of stevedores
! when loading a vessel to use dun dun-I
I dun-I nage, such as board or reed mats,
, between the bales. More recently,
coa.ed .paper or plastic sheets
were used Although the use of
dunnage eliminated" the fusion
of the bales, a new problem was
The animals were flown from
San Diego, Calif, tm the first leg
01 the air journey to their new I
Lron Cuutain home. :
The Hons and snakes will be
joined in New York by a pair of
American oiacr Dears, two rac
coons, t several de-scented skunks,
ana live 0 possums lor the trip a
brOad. 'iYi,' y .;.;;";. '-.
The travelling 100 will be housed
at Idlewild International Airport
overnight and will be put aboard
a KLM flight at 3 o.ui. tomorrow.
The San Diego Zoo said it hopes
the gift would bring in return am
mals native to the Soviet Union.
The American zoo particularly
wants to acquire Siberian Lynx,
Marco Polo sheep, Saigo antelopes
presented: the dunnage material,'" Siberian tigers.
v became imbedded in the bales and!
hau to be removed by expensive
hand labor before importers would 1
. acreot delivery. 1
Although a bale of rubber is
'oireack" with four of its six
idci uncovered, it doe have two!
. which bear shipping identification
which pear shippig identification
' ; marks "On-end" stowage utilizes
'the two burlap patches as" built-in
; cargo separators.
, Isthmian Steamship Lines; which
.1 pioneered the new method at the
North American Insurance Com Com-M
M Com-M pany's suggestion, reports that
over the past ten months 20 ves ves-'1
'1 ves-'1 eels have arrived in the U.S. with
J. clean out-turn and absence of fu-
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itching, crtdklns. eciema, pain. wel
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five a momentary relief beraiiie they
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Ave, (a. (Peru) No. 9-UC TeL 3-1C59. Panama.
THTBSDAT, Anfiiat t, l5S
3:00 Armed "-na Hour ""i
4 00 Garryiknor
4:U Robert Q. Lewis
4:30 Guy Lombardo
S.Q0 Thc .Bla Ktory
5 30 Contest carnival
S 00 Newt Panorama :
tm Xtbyl and Albert
1M Vou Bet Tour Life
' IM Dragnet
S:U Maaquerade Party
10:00 .Star Tonight
10:30 Blf Town
11:0 Encore: Playwright'! Hour
FRIDAY, Augiut IS, 1956
S 00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Garry Moore
4:15 Robert Q. Lewis
4:20 Perry Como
4:15 Coke Time'
5:00 Two for The Money
5:30 Winky.Dink V
:00 Wewa Panorama 1
70 Meet Millie ...
7;30 Dr. Young c
100 Rob't Montogomery,
U S. Steel Hour
Wheu buying appliances.
NOKGE before you buv!
likt&sises True Life Adventures
S3WIMMIM OH HBg
Motmer SSA OTTER
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JS"" TO A WSO Or KELP WHEN A W.
' n "" t" ", j, I i- '. ; -i? V; (: ; V
"It's swell of you to play on our side. Dadbut will
, you rest awhile till we get a few runt ahead?"
fhiltp's life) t flUed witb bruises.
ITell-worB steps end rugs tie ases.
Repairs would lean bis home tike new.
A. Classifieds, tmrt (be rfe:h elee'
. fir K2MUL1 BIOSSZS
i That's Pornf X The o Then The VERY pay ATS-
5wreX ( SHf HASM-T rATWlM6 NEXT POOR, v yAJ HAPPENS? i
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WHaOYSrV) ALLEY THErJ, A VEAH? ALL KINDS I f DftNaECOLSA GOT HURT ON Y3UC
I I AM? OOP-YDU'RE f WHO ARE S 1' 1 WHAT KIND OF PLACESV EH? WELL, I LAST EXPEDITION.
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L.;C,irr-.. I CONVENES IS AONWNCE- I the joxESMnrvis, Jiams,
THURSDAY. AUGUST S. 1951
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CLtJVER, American Red Cross Field Director at; Fort aayton. .'addresses the ;
Fortiayton cincers-wives ciuD at their mo nthly 'meeting this week at the5 Fort Clayton-.
Offers Cluo. -Guests of honor at the luncheon-meeting were Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold (left
of i-Cluven, wife of the Commanding OeneraUSARCAIUB, and her mother, Mrs, Sarah
Tn-Jpr Jsernnrt in th rich nf Mr Plnverl ? no
'!"( .... ...... ... : "i ) SIOI) ruoiof
p.fVUA ROTARY ClUB GIVES BANQUET TONIGHT 7
MRS. RICAKDp ARIAS ::
- The Panama Rotarv Club will be hosts this evrnlnr it
:3f during a banquet at the Balboa Room of the El Panama i
lotel, Guests of honor at this affair will be the President
(ft paiiatna, Ricardo Arias and Mrs. Arias. v
The purpose 01 the banquet is to -welcome President of
Rotary International, titan Paolo Last; and Mrs. Lanj, to the
; Rotarlans from Panama, Colon and David, together with
their wives are expected to attend. v
nion Supper at the Clayton Offi
cers Uub last Fnday evening. A
feature of the meeting was the e e-lection
lection e-lection of Society Officers. Elected
President .was It. Cof. Clare W.
Sausny Medical 7451 while SFC
Leonard wV Wiecsorek. Medical
(7451), was chosen Secretary Trea
Chaplain fMainM D n n I v
Murphy, Ft. Kobbe Catholic Chap-!
am, was me principle speaker at
the gathering. After congratulating
the newly selected Officers, Father
Murphy talked to the group about
the power of example. He stressed
Mrs. Henrv Donovan.- who I.'.. we". lne W:
national. JiirGian Paoio Land and leaving tne Isthmus :suoriiv ic.:"i'ue V1; ineir Jpiay of
Jlrs., Lang, accompanied ny uie compameu by her lamuy was eu-l 7C..:. 1 "i""'""
soutu tertained at a fareweU luncheon on'iT, Z'T B ?"lcul euu l m
Colon Visit Planned For ;
Vititing fresidtnt or fcotiry
Inltrnarional And Party
The resident of Hu.ary interv
Farewell Luncheon Honors
Mrs. Htnry Donovan
, tucuiucia in uio vciuiu vfviuvu miauicu ill laieweu luucocOD on Tart
imanpin i;omifiitti nf tne Insti- 'i nsuiiv at tiu nnma Mr fnj"1" rcglra,
tute of -Information of Rotary in-lsa Heurteraatte in Uelia Vista.
ternational and their wives, are ;-v
, paying a visit to Colon on irlaay The Jack Mercers
(at.Plnnoti: AllCust 101U. and Will De la Civa Dinnar
'guests ot tne uisbal-Coion Ro-J Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mercer wiU ?i.Sr.n,I
, tary Cluo ai a cocitau party to be be nssis at a uie.r res.- mlU2T
ui.i .t-ik. i i.m o u:. u ... m:. I means oi revenrence for the Na me
v.m. It is hopett mat all Atlanitciuionela calvo who is reiuiuuie to ?i k.d AndJh' eqint "caption
v f t I
F THE CROWD of about 25Q Red Crossvoliinteer. workers who attended the recen-' ;
Governor and Mrs. William T. Potter held at the Rrt rrnss fteM nffi. in
Sunday eiternoon., The Governor la the President of the Canal Zone chapter of the Amer-"
kan Red Crosse, A f : . . -i.'.., ,.,' , ......
' Each Mt! for Inclusion fn ihUt
column should be lubmitrcd ; in
fyp-writtn form and mailed to one
f the boa number Kited daily la
' "Social and Otherwise,? or deliyer-
by hand t the office. Notice! of
meetingi cnnot be accepted by
hlephona. ;M' ks, :.,.,t; ,.i.-,
Communion Breakfast- At
Fort Kobbe ",'; '''.' .f si
The Catholic Woman's Club will
hold a Communion Greakfast at
the Fort' Kobbe Officers Club aft after
er after the' a.m.' 'Miss" on PuKtuv
Aug 12; in the Fort Kobbe CbapeL
( ir .--.:. 1 i i -- ;.v
I Thfr Pronerrv Dlsnosal Officer
at buildinjr TOft, Corozal henersj
Depot, Coronal, wMl receive bids
on Aucust 20 at 9:00 a.m.' for 23
to be with her son, Sp-3 Yosnito
Jauanese Mom Made
To Feel "AI Home"
Far From Home s
A Japanese mother far from
her home is being made to feel
"ht home' during her stay at Fort
Clayton while visiting her injured
son at Gorgas Hospital.
Mrs Myola-Uradome will be the
guest of honor, this afternoon at a
luncheon given by the Fort Clav-
ton Japanese Wives Social Club at
at Hie home of .Mrs; W. N. Horn-
ish at Fort Clayton.
? V Tit ,,
The wives; have volunteered
their, time and services to be with
and .entertain Mrs. Ursdomo while
she is here,' The. luncheon menu
will consist of dishes made by the
wives themselves.- - 'r ?-.-
. This unusual social-.: group, is
made tip of Japanese wives from
all the various USARCARIB posts:
however, this afternoon's luncheon
involves only the .Fort Clayton
wives since Mrs. Uradomcr is tay
inff nt Vnrt CAavinn '1 ..
Mrs. uraaomo flew to the Can
Red Cross Director at Rnrp tin.
pital. and 1st Lt. WilUam K. Hunk-
ier,- ner son s commanding officer.
She was accompanied on the last
leg oi her flight from Charles Charles-town,
town, Charles-town, S.C. by a. Japanese inter interpreter.
preter. interpreter. ....
SPECIAL 1.50 7.
Includes Appetizer Soup or Consonie
, Enlree Salad Dessert -7- Bread
' Butter & Coffee'br.Tea
MVSIC AM DAXCISC EVERY NIGHT
TYPICAL NIGHTS on WEDNESDAY, with
"Conjunto Plicet" and Marprita Escala
EL RANCH0 GARDEN
property located, in buildin 713
and at tha pbperty sbisbosal
Yard, Corozal."' .' '
include tm'tHe items are two
arui veniweg, tanKs, tnronome
" The Holy NAME Soeletv h a
oeenset up at Clayton and else- ter watches, engineer transits
Where to Stimulate the nrnctir nf tiHIW -Anr,A 'cot k,m.a,rf
lltr.mi2?rhfte-,'wrt motor. MdUradomo'i flight by Military Air
many omer items oi jnieres- "Transport Service from Hawaii to
Uradomo of ithe 518th Engineer
co., tort viayton,. 'who was injur
ed last week when the ; truck in
which he was ridinB overturned
American Bed Cross, and milita
ry authorities arranged for Mrs.
wui be present 4o meet i'tesideut, ing in i-auama wita famuy and
i ....... A u .... '. .: .'. T
. nr. Jjanu, auu uiu yau.
It had been" hoped to nave-the
visitors for lunca on Friday but
owing to their extremeiy 1 1 g u t
scneuule this was touua tmpraca tmpraca-cauie.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Lester of
Miami, t ionoa, anu ftir. and airs.
J: f. riackett of-Kalhna were piv-
Thanka Id Pon Everado Duque, en a dinner party at tne bKycnef
Geneva Atanabvi' ot iu! w 'ei last evening by Mr.- and Mrs. B.
and his assstautr Mr. Eduanio La- L. ileianson of Balboa
nua. the visitors wul oe given ani m m 1
oppoilumty to inspect tne iacilities, The testers are the hoyse guests
and operations oi the Colon Free of their son and daughter-in-law,
Zone during the afternoon.
British Embe-tty Dinner Honors
William JL Potter
Mr: and Mrs.. Richard Lester .'of
Two Now Grandsons For '
Mr. And Mrs. Charloe P. Harrison
The British Ambassador and; Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Hard Hard-lira.
lira. Hard-lira. William E. Potter. t ,J laon. have received Hews of the
Guests 'included United States -birth of a on August Sth son to
, Ambassador and -Mrs. Julian F.
hamngion, Lc. Governor oi the
, Canal Zone and Mrs. Herman
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Harrison, i
Jr.. a former resident of the Ca
nal Zone who is now attending Ok-
Scliull, Major-General and Mrs.' lahoma University.
'1 nomas u Harrow, Major and
Mrs. D. H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
- Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. William Slotta, of Okla-
Biggs, Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Weynes. horn a and paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Charles r. Har
Donovan' Family To Co
On' States Side- Vaetion I
wr. ana Mrs. Henry u
nson of Coco Solito.
A second child, a son,, was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Randall
van accompanied by their daugh- Harrison of Wrentham. Massachu-
teri Peggy: will sail aboard t n e setts, on July 29.
new iorx oouna f anama uner
SS "Ancon" on Saturday, for a
States side vacation. Mr. Donovan
is Civil Affairs Director of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal. Daughter, Peggy,
wui enter St. Mary's College for
Girls at South Bend, Indiana, in
me f au.
group will be held on Friday eve
ning,; nept. 67, after Mass at 1715R.
All Catholic personnel have been
urged to attend by Chaplain
uapi.) entries j. Kichard, Ft
Clalton Catholic Chaplain.
(Continued on Page 7) ..
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SPECIAL FOR THIS
, MOPS and BRUSHES
Baby Bottles Feedings
iSets Sponges Toilet
' and Bottle Brushes.
Many other nseful
Until Wednesday Only
- Opposite' the Ancon P.O.
For 4, information .'' reeardinK Ithe Canal Zone
submission. of: bids, pleese ron-l. She was met at Howard Field,
tacs fhProperty Disposal pHMFott Kobbe, -Tuesday morning, by
cer t. Coroalj 4J149. Mis. Sara Bomberg, ; American
i rr-i i.
lemishos Cona-loby-Soft Skin Ratorna In 7 Boys' J
.' Lather your face M full minute morning and
night with mareloul Cuticura goap. Apply ?tv
. Cuticura Ointment at night See oxciting new
' aoftneM, smoothness, freshness begin in 7
dayst Get Cuticura Soap and Ointment right
away-and to speed relief get amazing new,
vreaaelMS Cuticura Medicated Liquid for use
during tha day. And do try new Cuticura
Talcum with C-f Heiachioropnene). ;
Mrs. J. Finley Mtahan
To Leave For New York
Mrs. J. Finler Meehan will be
leaving Thursday for New York by Earl, Signal Officer, U. S. Army
plane, upon her return sne will be Caribbean, wui speak on me sub
ject of TV -Facilities in tne ta-
C.Z. Society Of American Military
Engineers T Hold i
Regular Mooting 1
The,Canal Zone Post, Society of
American Military Enginners, will,
bold its regular August meeting at
the Fort Clayton Officers' Club on
Monday evening, Aug. 13, .1956. A
social hour at 6 p.m. will proceed
dinner at 6:45 p.m. colonel c. u.
nal Zone." Colonel' ?arl will be
assisted by Mr. Frederick C. Win Win-slow,
slow, Win-slow, Technical Representative.
ITAlltwIntf fka rflnHM anl f-11r Aft
a vnuif msj aaa uuiuvs auu auig a is
inspection tour ..of the i CFN-TV
accompanied by her mother,- Mrs.
O. Maesson, who plans to remain
here on an extended vsit.
Colombia Officers f '
Give Roeeption :'
The Colombia officers attached, studios will be made under the di
to Fort Gulick entertained with Vrection of Major J. P. Morriasey
reception at the Officers' Club to i Reservations may be made with
commemorate the Battle of Boya-' Chief Warrant Officer Henlen, 8i
ca, Colombia n holiday. f. 12233 or Colonel E. M. Browder,
. i ,. jr., tK-Keserve, Balboa zsa
i' Miss Varta Osegueda, daughter
of the Salvadorean Ambassador rorf Claytton Holy Namaa
and Mrs. Francisco Lino Osegue- Jhciaty Hold Monthly
da.' entertained her friends yester- communion Supper
day on the advent of her birth-1 The Fort Clayton Holy Name
day.- 't'i'' vi V s i,! society held its monthly Commu-
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juice of 8 different, fcdrdee
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this famous drink. You'll love its
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- Tel. 2599
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- RETIREMENT, LIFE
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TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packtre Shippait Mx
Ltim Ridina at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridina ft Jumping CImm daily
3 t 5 a.m. Pliona 2-Z451
or by appoiwtwaat.
"WS will tellcva Tarn
, FOOT-TROUBLE -cam,
calkratiaa, nail -
(Diw Sehelto trained)
U J acta Atoaanmia fa- -tJl
DINING AND LIVING
OR INDIVIDUAL PIECES
Cash Credit Club
. ; f i Colon 1
il liiflnlil mil mi
Victim Of Arabian
ROME, Aug. 9 (UP) Mrs. Hei-
V. CkknrtV. .97 nf Pain Attn, i
Calif.. took off for New York '1st military spokesman, told the RlnnH ( Itnhpl
yesterday on the final leg of hermnited Press that he had no firm,w,w,,uc ,JUWCI
tscape from a marriage she saw
an Arabian night-
; mare, f
tors Subbaeh and her 22-month
old son left her Moslem husband
in! Baghdad, Iraq last month. She
caid be tried to make her live
.like an Arab woman and treated
her like 'dirt on the floor."
f ; '- .
! 'I urge everyone not to enter
1nln a marraiee when there is
treat diversity of habits and cus
tarns." she said before leaving
Ciampino Airport for New; York.
Anglo-Canadian Pen Club,
vith world wide Membership
seeks new member. Write.
Miss June Blrtley, 38 Ald Ald-wych
wych Ald-wych Ave., Toronto 8.' Ca Canada."
nada." Canada." v
.SECURITIES IN PANAMA
1 j ?'. j., Qnotatlons by ';J-Ji-.'
, : ABIAS. HATUSSI ASSOCIATES
"':T:U''' Bla Ak
Abattoir naclonai ...... j.. aa.a
Banct ridudarlo 411 ;
ClokmlgoB ............. 10
Cemerlto Patiami ....... 75
Cerveceria Nadonal .... S '.L
Cniricana do Lecbo .... H
Coca Cola I.M
PreL witti Com. IN
DaitUadora Madonai ....... 1 14
tlnaodora latmefia ',
: Pret wlta Ceca. ; m
flnanxaa, a. A.
Pret with Com. .....i r Ut
Puerxf T Lux Pret. .... 47 11
Puerxa T Lux Com. ... M
Botelas untermmarlcanot. (S4 :
General da Seinros U ":
Panamofla do Aceiiae M
Panamefia da Fibras 22 t
Panamefia da Seguros .. 2S v XI
riiwmfni ot xaaico .. iv sj i
Taatro BellavUU ...... S : TSO "'
' Teatro Central "MO
" '.. (Commercial" Notice
: FOR SALE FOR SALE TOR RENT
1 Honsehold ; Antomobiles ; Apartment t
fOR SALE-Kina-iiMd.m.hoa- FOR SALE: 1954 black Jaa.ar .u ....
any bad, ilidina panel haadboard. Mark VII Salon Sadan, 16,000 ATTENTION & LI Jart m
innanpring mart rats, box iprinfi. i milai, txeallant condition. rd JjadarB farahhad ayartaMata, 1,
Uttd only hut months. Call 2- leathar aaaH, completely 4uip MraaaM. kM. cold
' 3571. ... y- ped. CaH Coco Sola 606. . ,-. Pko Pom t-441.
FOR SALE: Two-itrand RaMan FOR SALE: 1941 4-ron Doda F0R NTs Famithad apart-
aettaa, three chain, revenible pkk-up, good condition all a- ". aw canditionad, aloiaioii.
aprint cuihioni. Good condition. round. Balboa 3050. r"0" 2-0710 of 2-2061.,
$125. 3224 Empire. Balboa. ,v : '.
,F0R SALE: 1955 Studcbaker m hut.
? THIS- WEEK'S BARGAINS at .r-door aadan, 14,000 m,l..,
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE :t new tiret, S1200. Albrook $6- VSZTa 'JuZTLZ.
. Mahogany double bed with new 7120. v : :
' martrtu $79; Hollywood double ; r.7Tn?' nm Zn
bad (complete) $59; panel dou- JO SALE; 1951 Ford V-B. Call 2-3065
kl bed (complete) $39; ma- Beat oar will ba iceeptad. Tel- p0R RENT: A twa-bedra.m
tal drenert $14.50; m adorn. Balboa 2-3210. lea at hmhM ,p,rtM,nt with faraga
vanrtiel $30; mahogany dining 791-g, Tararnilla 5traet. tni 51 $.
$18; mahogany dinette aett :'ttun!' ? "P y :
bWSatgany9;, g CKobb? 4275. FOR ".RENT: Urg.
" "PH'-J" .4- FOR SALE1953 Ford carer., j mm?mZZ?
potter double bed with spring iDi- new tiraa axeal- II1 """t "" taom,
$29; kitty koop $25; Knol.um. N u'J' 'TS c.ll tw,.J,'" "?. kitchen.
$6.95. and many othin. EASY ts254 '' 1
TERMS IMMEDIATE DELIV-' 7. m -,;li;V laundry ream, hot. water,
ERY CASH DISCOUNTS. Na- FOR SALE;' 1949 Ford V-B, cedar dry cUaah. wide balcony
- tional Are. No. 41, Phone 3- very good condition. Priced right. w beseem; alae has .!
4911. ,i -V 2-3775 Balboa. aago wrth doow. and lacker
- : ', I., , - room under house. vTha apart- :
FOR SALE; Mahogany dining FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman 4. ment ia extremely cool, located
room tet, 6 chairs. Phono' 2- door. Call Balboa 2-1762. teod residential' district. Third
376. House 1 52 1 -B, Balboa. Apt. Rent $150 monthly.
$35. i'O 1 Apartment completely acreened.
. FOR SALE. Chi 9,12.. Wanted tO Buy N--. -0027 .r 3-
jade, groan; and large mahogany-', 1 , i. i ;
wardrobe. House 6425 Dos Bo- WANTED: Washing machine, i
cat. Let Km.: 25-cyele, wringer type. Must ia v FOR RENT Fum&hed. apart ;,
--7 7T- TT i" ood condition. Phpna Bal-' "" VVT AI'
FOR SALE: 2 bassinettes with boa 2-3676 Aye. Peru 31-11, Aat. 1. $125. ,.
pads, new. Phone Curundu S3 i t 1
625K x MR RINT-Apartment SaV
, WE ARE GIVING AWAY $150 FOR SALE '''!" Na. 21,
, large 60-25 cycle electric ttovas upstairs. ,,
. for $10 each. Going fast to clear KfaT Estate : : t
- our warehouse. Get yours this -i FOR RENT: Newly painted,
week. No. 90 Calle Estudianre FOR SALE; Three houses in newly decorated one bedroom
(15-34), near Panama Ameri- f San Francisco, facing church, an apartment complete' with tele tele-can
can tele-can building across from Nation- beach. Separate ar all together, phone, linen; hot water healer.
al Institute, v. aw H i $20.000. Phono 3-4050, .vf.y. Call B a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Pan-,
' T " ; ....,..,... 1 aa' 2-2J35 for. further, infer-
3 LargScale Uprisings Reported N rsm?,
TAIPEI, Formosa, Aug, 9 (UP)
large-scale revolts have broken
out u three different sections of
Communist Chinese controlled
territory, according to reports cir circulating
culating circulating in Formosa today.
The Nationalist Chinese reports
told ot fighting between Commu Communis:
nis: Communis: troops and rebel forces ., ,, in
Tibrt, western Szechuan and in
Mongolia. Nationalist accounts
termed them "uprisings."
The Mongonan -reports came
from anti-Comunist sources i n
Hong Kong, and were widely cir
culated in. Dormosa. v
These reports said fighting was
centered in the area of Lung Tou
Tswi Shan (dragon head mouth
mountain) in northtrn Mongolia.
Communist efforts said the anti-
Communist efforts were rnntinu-
ing in this area.,
font I.in Unlilnh V. U.II...I.
information on this fighting, how
The accounts carried here by
official papers said the Mongolian
revolts taroKe out after commu communist
nist communist Chinese interference in Mon
golian religious matters. The Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist accounts said Communist
cadres m Mongolia had been or
VFW Goethals Post 1
The next regular meeting of the
Gen. George W. Goethals fost No.
3835, Veterans of Foreign Wars
of the U. S. will be beld at 7:30
p.m. on Monday at the Post Home
in COCOll. :,;:'
All members are requested to
attend this meeting.
In tne absence of post comman commander
der commander Sol J. Kaplan and senior Vice
commander David H. Searie Jr
junipr commander William Stairs
will act as post commander.
NEW YORK, Aug. 9 (UP) An
airliner left San Juan. Puerto 1
Rico yesterday with 102 passen passengers
gers passengers aboard and arrived in New
York this afternoon with a rost-
ner of 103. 1 ,-. ;
The additional nasseneer. a
baby boy, was born in flight to Mrs.
Theresa Saldana of New York
City. Flight engineer Donall
J. Reese, 31, Springfield, Pa., as-
sistea oy a purser ana stewardess,
made the delivery.
dered to cease thii "Interference"
for the time being' . j ;
The Nationalist accounts' also
told of tension created by the im immigration
migration immigration to Mongolia of Chinese
The Szechuan uprising, In re remote,
mote, remote, western China border in
Tibet,' was said to have broken j
out along the highway running 1
through Kanze. Communist China)
arew. upon bzecnuan lor many of 1
the soldiers who participate in
the Korean War. .:
Maj. Gen. Chang Chin Tsan,
senior intelligence officer of the
National Defense Ministry, report reported
ed reported that Communist China recent
ly had dispatched some 20,000 j
uuuja uuu uuuiuei regiment' su
reinforce an army-size garrison
force already in Tibet.
(Continued from rage 1)
existence of such a blonde could
have been clarified by a trip up
stairs; to tne airport restaurant
where Isabel was cheerfully sip
ping cokes and posing for any
pnoiograpner wno cnanced by.
About 15 minutes before take
off time, Isabel walked out and
boarded the plane along with
another Peron aide.
Isabel did not, share the Pr Pr-ron
ron Pr-ron party's forgetfulness. Ask'
ed what she thought of Peron,
she said: "He is an extraordU
nary man, in every respect"
To those unaffected by the
suaaen onset 01 amnesia ana
short-sightedness in the Peron
party, Isabel was a sight easy
maeea. to 1001c upon and to re'
member. For a girl who came
nere as a member of a dancing
troupe" playing at the Happyland
mgnt ciud, sne seemed to be do
tag just fine. ",
After avoiding the press for
months, as a conditio onf his
asylum in Panama, Peron talk talked,
ed, talked, freely and Jauntily while
waiting for takeoff.-
Hex thanked the people, and
government or f anama ior tne
courtesy with which they had
received mm nere. He described
mmself with a grin as "Presl
dent in recess."
He said he had no plans for
the future. "For a man in my
position, the future is a matter
for destiny." .--;
Part Of this destlnv. according
to reports from Venezuela, was
to be met at Caracas by Gen
Raul Tanco, leader of the recent
unsuccessful 5 uprising against
the Aramburu government in
There is still no first-hand
explanation pf why Peron chose
to quit Panama. Tne storv eiven
most credence Is that he was
irked by being obliged to leave
for Managua during the recent
Dresidential meet, after having
been told by Panama officials
when he first arrived here that
he would never have to quit
tn country. v,.
With the feeling that he. had
been moved, out once, however
temporarily, he apparently was
creasy at the prosDect the same
Ui'ng rnlc ht Jianpen again.
So off hr? went to Venezuela,
So di4 Isabel. N
"l"WfV. : "'""'" -vii, im' iniiirwriMiiincimj-ii 1,11,1, inrai.WaVA'
4TH OF JULY AVE..
1 J ;' ". :.,'i
a Air Conditioned ".
Elevator Service v
Pullman Kitchen '--'
Hot and Cold Water
or. visit premises,
To Feature Pzizxi
Flowers At JVB
In cooneratinn 'with t.ha Til.
bio Camera Club, the USO-JWB
will sponsor an unusual illus
trated lecture on Monday: at 8
Tlowera nf T.nt.lfurfo Minn" o
set Of 108 COlOP sllripn Is a rlnh
project of the Diablo Camera
Club. This, set' was made up in
1952 and began its round of
shows in the United States with,
the Tulsa Camera dub, Tulsa,
Okla.. in Rentpmhor nf that
year, it has since been viewed by
3U camera clubs in the United
States, and by two in Canada,
all member-r.liih 'nf tha PhntA.
ghaprlc Society of, America.
The set shows the flowers of
the grim Jungle which bloom so
profusely throughout tne canal
Zone and Panama., in the set
are the cultivated .flowering
plants such as the poinsettia
and the hibiscus: vines and
climbers Including the hand handsome
some handsome Jungle passion flower; -the
stout-stemmed neiieonia wnicn
belongs to the banana family:
and the prolific orchidaceae
family which thrives in humid
f anama,. ":,:'-: ;-.r '.;..'.,.
.Many of the slides In the-set
were made by the late L. C Kri
die who wa a member of the
club and who specialized in
photography of flowers of the
The commentary will be read
by Mrs. Faye C. Mlnton. secre
tary of the Diablo Camera club.
AUOHOUCI ANSNYMtl'l ,.
BOX 203 1, 1ANCSN, CX
OX 1211. CR1STCIAL. CX
Panama 3-331.9: v.'-
FOR FREE: 6-we.k-otd kit kittens.
tens. kittens. Call Balboa 2192.
FOR SALE: 1952 'Mercury;
piano; refrigerator; drying' mi-i
ehH;, adraaai,.ota., Pbana 2-v
3531-. -J; 'v' ''''.'. 'wv'
FOR SALkW 1953 Indian ma-.
tercyele $1 50; Tudor wrist watch v
with elastic metal band, good
$6.50; imitation, leather chrome',
phelstery $20; electric fan and
new. soldering iron. Reasonable.',
Phone Balbaa 2-4455,
FOR ULI-$200. plana studio
raiodeL House Na. 5, Room .1,
downstairs; 3rd af Nerembor $t,v
Panama.'' "' .-v v .;',,:, ;.
FOR SALIj-High Fidelity record
player, triaxial speaker, in eiriu eiriu-alva
alva eiriu-alva styled cabinet good far oc-t
f4 and bookshelf. Avt, Paw;
Bt-ll. Apt. I., .
, WANJID American to maa-
;ta the Chicago Bar en Control
Avenue and K Street. For ihf or or-;
; or-; "arien mejuiro Agencies Tlveli
Caaura da Camarcia" Building.
Phone 3-6 Itr.
US Job Holders 7
: I Ma ffAafiltM.Hi .. 1 .
holders rose to a new s record
... V1!" oy -tne uom-
iciixcaenea an m m-2!""
2!"" m-2!"" ,f 2,000 over the pre pre-and
and pre-and nf 1 nan nnn ...-
Tha nhnrt ..u it. .'
. - wuu uie num-
Der Af nnamnlAn. J i
!iivkr -""'jrc v ueciinea
hW during the month to a
w i "rooa.ww.- inn was 94,000
below the Jane total but 362,000
"vo iuu me juiy ivaa total.
TROOPING .THE LINE durlnar
John B. WWter, 03rd BnixecutivVofflc
Arcb Killer : ""T1
0! French Pc!:ccr.:n
AtfltlPRS Aiic 0 TTPV 'An
Arab assassin went to the guillo guillotine
tine guillotine here today in -the latest of
a number, of executions ordered
by French' authorities, in hopes
of putting an end to the reign of
guerrilla terror in Algeria. i
The man beheaded -torJa.v was
Mohammed Ben Mohammed,
who stabhed a French nnllrm.n
to death In a street here three
months aa-o. M i 1
l ;'-. :, .... u ,i I
At the am tima It 7 xri-
nounceri annthpr- Arak ha hnnn
arrested for the knife murder of
a Frenchman in the West. Alge Algerian
rian Algerian town of Nemours, fix" miles
w estof .the bif Port of Orari,
-Elsewhere in Algeria, the fore foreman'
man' foreman' of a railway repair gang
wax slam at Wammam Riu-ha
and a s-uard wax wounded In. the
1 village of Paul Robert. ; '.
Spend your weak ends at Rio
, Mar, the bast bathing boacb ia
, tha Republic, with all conre- y
ieneas. i Moderate prices. The
naw manaeement is anxious to
aerre you,"' VJ, : ..
twamlich's Santa- Ciara Baach
Cettagaa; Modern coaveniencos, S
aaoderatt raraa.'.. Pkeao Gambe
-4-441. -'.. :'y.f-
i Visit Hotel Country Club II Va-'
Re, eol climate. See the square y..
troa sad golden frees.
' IEACHSI0E vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable bouses'
Pbena Tbampsaej lilbaa 1772.' ::
Baldwin's furnished i.ut
t Santa Clara Beach. Tela- :
pnanar smith, Balboa 3U). :
; PHILLIPS .Ocoaaaiao Canagaa,
Santa Clara. Box 435. Bolboo.
. Phono Panama I-1 177. Criete-
M I-1C7I. .. v ,,,.'v
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
! beach house. One mite past Ca-;
me. Pkana Balbaa J 166. i
FIRST PRIZE Tlta Corrigan, VFW raffle ch airman; receives the keys to the 1956 Tord
the first prize in Sunday's VTW baseball teeners fund-raising raffle from Ed Abbott of
Cblpan Motors, whiie Donald J. O'Neill, VFW department commander, looks on. Proceeds of
the raffle will be used to send the Canal Zone VFW Teeners to the VFW tournament at Her-'-ahey,
Pa. Second prize In the raffle Is an English Ford automobile; third prize is a 21-lnch.
TV seti. . u ., , v
the 903rrt' aaa nn fihano-o "nf
Chfrged Vi:h Rc?s
01 WIkM C-!rl
VvTJERZBUBO, Germany, Aug.
fTTPlA 1lL.vaoa.nIl narmln
girl today pointed out to a U.S.
courL.mxrt.Ial turn nf tha Amort.
can soldiers she said raped ; her
'at .least flve times." :
The tirl. a .mature looking
ihlonHa vhnu nomi moa nrirh.
held- because of her age, identi identified
fied identified Pfc: Fred B. Chandler, s 21,
of Kansas City,- Mo., and Pvt.
James Gordon, 23, if Alachua,! saW-Te wwiei-s over over-Fls'v
Fls'v over-Fls'v -.Ciiri.jf fv Pok ttoeni, she testified, and at
t j '3 J." '-T ; i 'J y (least : one. held her comnanlon
I t-aan(j X ,"4ja"- 'i
; to iwo soiaiers aai wi nv
ment All : 'seven are j charted
with -tha rnna nf
the girl in
wfwult nhlla thaw Virlil .hpr
vear-old rierman male tsomnan
ion r'-'i-' -v.t:.Val"ey; calif., chief of the court
li convicted they face pbssl
Die sentence oi ueam ny iijuw
ing. The other defendants aie
FOT RENTi Room with bath
and kitchea.-wash tubs. Second
Street No, Parejuo Lefeyra. 1
FOR RENT Chicago Bar buii.
. smss. Inejuira Agencies. Tivoli, -"Camera
da Comercio" Building.
Phone 3-61 IB. '1
Young Spanish speaking North
. American offers his services as
collector for responsible com commercial
mercial commercial firms. Guarantee for
earns collected. Address: Aparta Aparta-do
do Aparta-do 4452, Panama.
FOREIGN NURSE with many
years experience offers' her serv-
. ices In homes or on trips. Phono
r..,. v.- m
' mm- mmmj (UVIV;
Edward L. Brown. 18. of Knr.
wlch, Conn.; Pfc. James E. Wil
son jr., is, or Wilmington, DeL;
Pvt Clifton Franks, 21, of Oma Omaha,
ha, Omaha, Neb.; Pvt. Raymond L. Ka Ka-sey,
sey, Ka-sey, 18, of Roanoae, ;va.; and
Pvt. Melvin F. Carter, 24, Of
The elrl told the court she
had stopped to ease a blistered
foot when two soldiers ap
proached and offered her com
panion a cigarette. He refused
and the couple started walking
! Thev saw three soldiers walk
ing behind them and started to
; while the others draearea her in-
her. at least Itve
times" -In a
a bout 15 minutes
- t Mai. Leonard Petkoff, of Mill
i.v" appointed defense council, as!ed the borivsnard w
- jthPt tie iri-1 be recessed so
- coma groauc. iurr.rrr nv.at"iis. parts oi bono (u
- cuuiu cruau iun .i r
ihe request was denied.
WANTED-Maid 44 cook and
clean. Arbeii Bldg. $Hs St., Apt.
6. Colon. .
WANTED maid wrh rocom rocom-mendation
mendation rocom-mendation for cooking bouse1
work. Good ealary. out aleap -in.
Avenida Cuba No. 21-33-1
WANTED Expert eo,. Good
salary. Phone 3-6359. ,.:
WANTED: Maid goner heuie s
work and take care d baby,
Boats & Motorv
FOR SALE: 15-foot runaout
and. 16 horsepower Scott-Avjh ', ',-tor
tor ',-tor engine, both like new, Pino
86-2155, ask for frank PoterW
FOR SALEBoat trailer. 12 1
Croton Street, Balboa.
LONDON. Auif. 9 I TTP Ty,
newspapers criticized Marilyn Moa
roe today for hiding behind "four
uuiMi-aijfij uoayguaras. ;
Daily Sketchy reporter Simon
Ward reported Jiat Dairy Mail
cameraman F.rlivin Sinn.. k.
tried to Uke a picture of the A.
mencan movie actress yesterday.
am men in best uolice-atata fash.
They seized Sampson's camera
and took it to Sir Laurence Olivier,
cu-Mflmng wun miss Monroe in a
movie started yesterday. Olivier or
dertd the picture confiscated be.
- ?f .Photographer has the
I without permission," Ward report-
iijim, iu iom iiii:iures in me stuaio
The Daily Tefegraph also noted
'hich it said wai
ii? bi enough to c!
lean DO the soiled
;uuie of sin') comfortably be-
THE fA-NAMA AMERICAN AN independent dailt newspaper
jacc3Y cm tnzn
CA P I TO IIO
KISS OF TIRE
- TOMORROW- --
with John Wayne
POPULAR NIGHT! .:
-.7 '' tut rat car! ;
NEVER SAY GOODBYE
t with Rock Hudson and
(TEC I LI A
Jack Palance, in
I DIED A THOUSAND TIMES
with Shelley Winters In
, Cinemascope to Technicolor!
James Dean, Natalie Woods In
Kijx.L Wiiuti A CAUAfc
with Sal Mlnfo '
R I 0 v
ZSe. s 15c.
' Las Arentulas de
. DOS DESTINOS
. t Also; -'
The House Across 1
, The Waters
By OSWALD JACOBY
Writttn for NEA Service-
This spaciahced tablet ia a nerved rr
mora doctora, truatod by more aaotaafs' ASPPfU
than any other brand. You're sure of iftn ot.t.J1
accurate doaata. Yoir child will like
ita oranra flavar. RWiia tt;..i
get St. Joaepb Aapiria F01 Childre. u3ytH
fliu 1 uittsr saiois uraw ru cmiua
Social and Oti
THTESDAT. JirGrST 9, 153$
-.u -' if r'-"
JTfM- invited to 'conw.
by Ertkino Johnson
ftfHXYWOOD --fNEAW Off the.
Sound- Track: Going to the race
track every day, Joe Lewia
was "telling me,, is the greatest
exercise In the vrorld. 1 hever
diet,!V he.fonfided, "I just go to
the track and walk around a little.
Iff wonderful. Honest, I don't have
an, ouncVof "superfluous .MONEY
nil sua. t .. i : t : t
The. veteran night club come-J Another hair pulling me i e 0r
dian iidue for a. bundle soon whenfbrawl coming up-Mona Freeman''1ti30-Meet'Ti,e Intertainer. k
Paramount films jus .life. .,story,rvs: 'Katy Jurario in the-western,! w-wiwaw V; 0rw-i
n'a8kcr .rviId,but-het otf'lag Massacre Zatf, ;!: ... rt.";
wild-eyed about it.'Tne loot should a "-veteran of" 'several sluggingjI2:3()-Sweet And Hot n-
carry me, through a couple of rac- mafches" with leading men, says 1:00 News s vfei'l i" i ;
ing suson$t" he, shruggea. .men
ne'aaaeq: -11,1 mase uuau cls,
of 'eourse."?1'' ':- :.."-: i
Joe's career as a night club joker
in Chicago- when Al Capone ruled
the town. There won't be time,
he regrets, for the time Hollywood
tnea 10 turn nun imo uiam
. in tha Mid 10'- Darryl 2anuck
east Joe in a movie and he wound
up playing aixaigm man iui ru)
- Kelly. When -Joe compiainea, say
ing, "I've Jilwaya been. a. come comedian.
dian. comedian. Why, I can't even speak Eng-
ksn("t iUHittsK repiieo:
' "Don't worry, Joe, We're sneak:
ing you v,mio uie iuuh.
VYou .mean," re pnea yu.
vnn'r UnpflkinP The OUt."
' In another fum .' Lewis "stood
inland while' El Brendel got all
the laughs. "He'a making a come come-iick,"
iick," come-iick," someone explained about
.Pr.nHnl "r.roat pnmolained Lew-
is. "but I haven't, even atartefl
et :'',f ,J i!--:
The" talent agency firm 'of Frank,
Vic ahd Ernie Orsatti washan washan-dfing
dfing washan-dfing Lewis" at 'the time. Ernie
th 'nrfwist member of the com
pany, had st retired from base
ball as a memner 01 w o o--
- o-- Cardst ;.'" r'jtii u.",'"1
H was a bitter Lewu .who faced
Vic in his office one day and asked
for a release from his movie con-l
tract, saying he wanted to go back
t night-clubs. As Lewi tells it: I
, -,'t vtc that they lust didnti
time for me anyway. Frank
n-ctli waa ilwaVS 'Out of tOWD
mnth t. s ft. Maver. Vic was al-
At the Trocadero
' and Ernie was still trying to steal!
k.h. That i pnnvinced VIC.
He let me go back to night clubs."
T asked Joe for the lowdown.
When he walks on' stage aipping
from a tall glass and saying, ,l u
tnmorrow but I'm drinking
tonight," is there really Scotch in
nnt" hr, said. U S
tea-tea: with Scotch. I never drink
' on atage," 'he added. "Never-more
than three or four anyway. Alter
all, how' many can you have m
and hour?" .1 -x ...
bu ov an thJ ; publicity Rhonent of .11 present
Showing At Your Service
C:1S ft S:0S
C:1S & 7:51
GAT UN '! "s
it .file. IX I k-i-krv j wwv- ..t..j ;
.' Tomorrow night "THE ROSE TATTOO" 5 ; ;
IAA6GARITA Frank Sinatra & Jane Russell
! Jfttfc,:!.., DOUBLE. DYNAMITE'V vj
PARAISO "Without Resenrat!.jnaM & "THE IX'STT MEN"
SWT A CRL'Z "Eantho Notorious'' & "African Adventare"
: CAMP BIERD :15 &':0M rLo Que Le Fasi A Sanson
as you ar jwtyr ;
da Flemine is4 eettina for i'Tha
Buster Keaton Story." Ann's; in
the movie, too. ...Gordon MacRae
bought. a 3,700-acre-MonUna,cat-
ue rancn. Mgm unseen yet, .urn-
'The' women, she' wlhcesl 'use
tricks." v f"f .,:f-;.if
Whether it was a Gina Lollo Lollo-brigida
brigida Lollo-brigida trick -1 don't know, but
Katy's livid over being sloughed
off in "Trapeze," both in film foot
age ana puouciiy.
SHORT TAKES: Lori Nelson is
dating Tab Hunter, for. fan maga magazine
zine magazine photos only. Her real inter interest
est interest is Bob Peterson, publisher of
Hot Rod magazine.' Ross Bag-j
dasarian'a ready for the release'
'"T), C..,.k W HnJ.. Mm,.'
phy" movie with a song titfed "And
Who Were You,- in the Astral
V -i -fT
Treat, 11, Oambaa t n V h I
The .Senior Girl scouu of. Troop
U, Jntemational Girl Scouts -of
Gamboa, were hosu recently to a
group of Girl scouts irom rarai
so at a volley ball contest held in
the Santa Cruz; gymnasiumV Thel
contest ended m favor oi tne uam
boa Girls 15-3 and 15-7. Miss Genr
at Aft Tf y(Tav1ana. tsrtic rafarA v
icr auneis u leiung pais oa me ; nnsta taken bV
set of "Teen-age Rebel5; that she'd M rSO' -like
to moth bait her make-up kit .ElT1 rm,
andr direct.. couple.
ucv ;, 7"-. 't 'KRAUT MUSHES DRESS UP
watching were Mrs. Towiwe4'VV, SANDWICH FARE 3
Canal Zone from Balboa- Mrs U- In Shlocton, Wisconsin, the sum sum-rfi1:
rfi1: sum-rfi1: ,"e-lfom-.?A:';nV..mer, temperature often hovers
Miss Blandlni Waterman, finance
chairman; Mrs.,: Aldred Garnett,
leader of the Paraiso Girls: Mrs.
na Baxter, leaders of the Gamboa
Following the volley ball contest
the entire gathering assembled
out aoorat tne oau-pare ana
fratermzed dunng a Campfire and
weenie roast acUvny;. d urin?
wuicu pauiuut uuu63 u u..v.u4i
enliven the evening U the enjoy-
Center Theatres Tonight ;
Lucille Ball to Deal Arnaz .
."THE LONG, LONG TRAILER": ...
- Lex Barker to Joyce MacKenzle '
'TARZAN AND THE SHE-DEVIl;
. Joseph CQtten to Rhonda Fleming s 4
. Wendell Corey '. ?
"rut Vii l CD K I ncW
Dennis O'Keefe & Louis H4y ward'
"WALK A CROOKED MILE"
840 W., Panama City
; PRESENTS ;
' v Today, Thursday, Aug-
4:00 Feature Review ;
4:30 What'i your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
. till 3:00) .-
R'Stl News ". i
5 35-What's Your. F t T 0 r 1 1
6:00 Allen Jackwn. Comttwn
VlS-B RIBBON SPORTS'
l REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Here's To Veterans ;
6:45 Cooperative Hour ;, ;
7:00 Goon Show : ,
7:30 VOA Report Trom TJA
8:00 Eliitahethan Theater
S:30 Take It From Here c.''i'"
8:00 You Asked For :Jt (re (re--
- (re-- quests taken by phone
till 9:30) V." .'
10:30-Music Ftom Hotel El pan-
" ama '-.f -''i -'-'v-10:4S-Temple.
lrrOO-Coocerk Under Stats
Tomorrow, Friday, Aug. It
A.M. v S K 't'
6:00 Slitn onf Alarm-Clock
f.( f, i Clb,(tequesta
By, phone nil 1:001. ;
T nnMomin Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The WUdwood
8:30 Musical RevelUe.
8:15-rSacred Heart' f
8:30 Pam Star 'Time
looWENNIFER'S JOO R N.A I
:. (Cutt and Odorono)
m-oo-Spina and Needles, fre-
n -M-LHmia lf Tha Pfoneeri!
I:45-S0ng8 of? France
8:00--Te Beneke Show w r;;;
J:15-i-Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians
3 : 00 Hank S n 0 w And Hia
o. 'H Rainbow Ranch Boys
S: 15 Sammy Kaye Show I
:30-.Musio For Friday -4:00
4:30 What'a Your Favorite (re
, quests taken by phone
6:35 What'a Your Ft Tor lit
6:00VAllen Jackson Commen-
' 'tar'' 1'
6:15 BLJE" RIBBON SPORTSi
?:45 M ELCHRINO MUSI.
. 1 PIT El iiTannrr'at i
' uu ifliriy jvuxiuie xucaicr
3:3(U-VOA Report From,JJe ;
:60-Music By Roth' t ;
-ta:ju onort oiory iiieaicr,
i :00 You Asked For It re-
ouests taken, by phone
, till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
:00 Jaza Till Midnight
12:00 Sigh On.
",u,"d,rf BM8X'h'm demand
m"J BOt, f,?",?'!
Tlie makings are satisfying:
siloes ui kuiucu ura( ecwiai
kinds of cheese cnilled taut nd
kraut relish,; deviled ham, dill
piekit4 ,nd ,ssortment of
bl.eldj iWith of whippea
butter 0 eMy .-reading.
c'fauled kraut just as it comes
0f the can adds acrisp touch
to almost any sandwich, equally
aelitious is either one of these
Kraut Salad Relish.
' (About 1 eop)
One cuo drained canned sauer
kraut; V cup sour cream. 2 table
spoons finely cnoppea enion. 2
tablespoons finely chopped green
pepper, v teaspoon game salt.
Chop kraut Combine kraut, sour
cream, onion, green pepper and
garlic salt; mix well and chill.
Rasy Kraut Relish
(About 2 cups)
' .'. V '. ', .-. :' '. .-..
One cup drained canned sauer sauerkraut;
kraut; sauerkraut; 1 cup drained canned diced
beeir, finely chopped, 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons finely chopped onion, 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon .; prepared : horseradish, 2
T'ihl an.AMa sealajf rtrtheetn n .. .,
Chop .kraut. Combine kraut.';
heels and onion. Combine horse-,'
radish and salad dressing;, mix j;
well and add to kraut-beet mix-l
ture. Blend well and chill. :
Pacific Navy Wives
The Pacific Navy Wives' Club
had an eniuvabie Social eveni
Monday night at the Community
House at. 15th Naval District. Mr.
Eugene K. Derr, President of the
Diablo Camera Club, showed a col collection
lection collection of beautifully colored
slides of the Panama interior, the
aau tuts islands, airo Colorado,
OOP PLANNER. TACKLES
The biggest problem for a wom-
an whether sm is going on an
two-month tw t u
what she'H-need in the w,,,
Any woman coin to the Renuh.
ucan iauonai LonvenUon in iian
Francisco is coin e to know Mart,
ty wnat she ll need to be appro
priate, dressed at all times.
The reason for this is that for
the first time a woman is heading
up we planning commniee ior a
national convention. j ; ,?
And beimr, woman-wise. Mn
Judy Wels has already let the
wora go out on that most impor important
tant important question what to wear.
&ne has not only tola the ladies
wn weight and type lot clothes
mey wiu neea to reel comfortable
and at ease;" she has, according
to Gaile Dugas, NEA staff cor correspondent,
respondent, correspondent, come up with, some
practical ideas of what does and
what doesn't show up well on TV
cameras. f i-. v
Woman Appreciate These Tips...
.The ,men may notcfullv aborecl-
ate how much this kind of advance
lntormation .means ; to, a 'woman!
frantically going through her closet
to see what will be' usable for a
added trio; iuwAi.Li-, n,4s.;
But. any woman who has ever
accompanied her husband to a
convention and arrived with the
W?ng type .of t weight .lothe txi
one woo na naa to listen to her
husband complain because she
packed everything she owned to
he -sure of haying ."the right
things" will bless the foresight of
Mrs. Weis. '" Wi : ; ;
' A woman has such a need of
teeiing appropriately and becom becomingly
ingly becomingly dressed that even the ex
citement of a national convention
wouldn't make ud for her discom
fort in finding herself wearing big
prints ,and floppy haU when the
majority, or the .women-? were1 Winston uiurcnur ,ii
wearing little dark dicsi.es and GUESTWARD,, HO! Barbara
show-the-face bonnets. t iHooton and Patrick DENNIS i
A convention planner who real-
Izes. that for women the big oues-'F.
tionJs always, WHAT TO WEAR,
gure to be a welcome iinova-
tion for. the- women.
" "I J ''. i"y y"yway
r i y
,., f " T rr "t naei aienel a limafc-rtyrtr fcitf', ewJ
$t teti&i cLfyeciaL -foot
. ;;thc Chicfeeh is forty-":
5hd -the Crearh is rich
CONDINSEO fO tREATEH VALUf
Santa Clara Beach, and aerial
shots of Panama City.
Among the guests visiting from
the United Stales were Mr. Don
ald Lane, of Long Island, New
ork. Lallie Sue Cannon of Jack
sonvide, Florida, and Miss Louise
Chanes of New York City.
The evening was concluded with
refreshments being served by Mrs
Murge Bunch. --
Plans Par Dance Completed r
By Just Right
Social And Soortlna Club J J '-
f ollowing a receul meeting of
the Just Right Social and Sporting
Club, it was announced that every-
thing invconnecion with t h i r tried tbe-fourrrd ?pade '.uirm
'wrntVu lil m t the ,hope 0,81 he W0UW strike four four-Crui
Crui four-Crui Service Center is almost car(i snnflr, irf MtK ....
pt ft acme minor,
at a future meeting. The dance
wilL be .held on Saturday, Aug, 25
with the popular dance orchestra
La Sonoramica furnishing the
music for the occassion. A brand
new set' of cha cha-cba hits have
been practiced by the group.
Arrangements are being made
to avail the guest of continuous
transportation service from the
capital to Santa Cruz. The dance
gets underway at 8 p.m.,- conti continuing
nuing continuing until 3 a.m. Invitations are
being issued. $ f
. Officer of -the elub are,- C: E.
Haywood,- president; E. Ci Fields,
vice-preeidnet: L. E. MacClean,
secretary; l: ainciair; assisiani
recretary,; xteece, ireasurer, a.
INelson and Best, trustees; ano
L. Craig, chaplain and
A $ -:
(Compiled hf Publishers' Weekly)
-v. .i,. 'i4. t-.:'.'p. i
Kiili !.( FICTION fi'r-'
THE: LAST ; HURRAH Edwin i?
O Connor :' ,.f,:v-.i::- un w.-i
THE MANDARIN'S Simone de
A' THING Of: BEACTy-A..J'
A SINGLE PEBBLE John Herscy
ARTHRmsV AND COMMON
SENSE Dan Dale Alexander
. THE BIRTH OF BRITAIN- Sir
PROFILES "IN ;iCQURAGE John' promptly, helpa melee you feel younrer,
Kennedy !' bu?r
LOVE OR PERISH-5miIey,
YOUTH Arnold GeseD, and others
tamm, good!... just taita that
, rich, deep-flavored chicken broth
blended with extra-heavy cream
' . accented with tempting cuts of
celery and ever-so-delicate sea seasoning
soning seasoning topped oK with pieces
, of chicken so tender they seem to
melt in your mouth) Get set for a
special treat buy several cans
of Campbell's Cream of Chicken
Soup from your grocer 7ooayf
CREAM OF CHICKEN SOUP
IOOK FO THE MD-ANO-WHITI UIEI
Both sides vul.
North East South
4 Pass 4 A
Pass Pas v a
Opening lead 4 S
The bidding of today's hand was
a bit peculiar. North knew that
the wanted to get to game, but he
'didn t know which contract to aim
for. when Nor tb Tmaked timi h
. ril..S nL ur.i'meoW' C
"a, it ened; Nohad "only
he cculdn't be sure that four no-
trump, five diamonds, or five
clubs would be better. He there therefore
fore therefore passed four spades and hoped
for the best. Since Harry Fishbein
was playing the South hand, the
best was good indeed.
West opened the singleton dia diamond,
mond, diamond, and Fishbein played low
from dummy. East took the kins
of diamonds and returned the suit,
anowmg wes to rufi with.the ten
of tpades. - i 1
West next shifted to. the king of
neans. ana aummy won with the
ace risnDem ruffed a low heart
and led the queen of clubs for a
fmeSSe. ) East had to follow suit
Wim the een of clubs; where-
upon Fishbein realized exactly
"".wnat tne ciun situauon was.
Fishbein continued with the lack
of clubs from East.. Declarer next
led a' trump to dummy, capturing 1
West's jack. By this time the
whole hand mieht lust as well
have been put on the table face up.
Fishbein ruffed dummy's lastj
heart, cashed two high diamonds,'
and led the, ace of olubs, By this
time East waa reduced to three
trumps. He had to ruff the, ace j
ui ciuur uu reiuiu a uuiui ,up
to dummy's ace-nine,, thus giving
declarer, his ninth and tenth tricks.
CARD SENSE ,
Toar bodr clan out Tee Aclda
and polaonoua araata In your blood
thru million tiny delicate Kidney Inbn
or Altera. Poiaona la tha KWnayi er
Bladder may make you euffer fro
atrona, cloudy urine. Getting up Nlghta,
Nerrouanwia, Lef Pain, Circle Under
Eyea, Backache, ActainK Jointe, Acidity
or burnina paaeacea. Cyitex, now im imported
ported imported from the U. S. A., starts worVInf
t. Roothea and calma Irritated tieauea
Aak your drureNt for Cyttex today
Oee how aulckly It lay help you.
' ' ;
AND PRESENTATION OF
OUR ,1st DOUBLE JEATURE
A Woman 1
v . A
made for Love.!.,
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.., By TIM MORIARTY :;:
,!NEV;YORK, Aus:. 9 (1JP) Those April show-
ers, which produced no May flowers but plenty of
postponed games in Milwaukee this sprinjr, were
r catching: up with the pennant-minded Braves today
; and eventually could pose a serious problem for Fred
Haney s pitching: corps
Hatney claims he Isnt worried
because he's "got the i horses"
now, feut it looks as if he's go go-;imr
;imr go-;imr to heed every pitcher in his
stable to handle those make-up
lfmnvC--'..- "-' ' :1 .fc.
33ob Trowbridge,, one rot the
Baves' second-Une pitchers, got
the cll last night and surprised
with a neat six-hit, 10-1 victory
offer the St Louis cardinals -in
tthe first game of a twl-nlght
Hdubleheader. But they Braves
blew a wonderful chance to pick
utt Important ground when tney
lost the second game,; 3-2 in 10
Innings. .' v ;
the Pittsbwih Pirates, mean mean-wh'le.
wh'le. mean-wh'le. topped the BreMy
Dodgcf. $-5, whle the Cin Cin-mnaU
mnaU Cin-mnaU Bedlegs downed the
-Chkstge Cabs, 1-2- The Dooj Dooj-'
' Dooj-' er mw traa the Brakes ay
two games and bold only a
half-gam lead ever the Red-
Trowbridge struck out eight
men and was aided by four
home runs in pitching his first
complete game in tne majors.
But the Cardinals came on to
take the nightcap behind the
combined hitting and pitching
of Henn wehmeier. The ex-Fhil-lies
hurler allowed : only four
hits in outdueling Lew Burden
and also knocked in the winning
fun with an infield single. m
i Red Munger picked up his first
victory over the Dodgers, since
1950, although he needed relief
help in the ninth inning." The
Pirates greeted Brooklyn starter
Roger Craig with- a five-run.
burst In the opening Inning,
nighiigniea by Fran, i nomas
Ted Kluszewski hit a three three-run,
run, three-run, first inning- homer against
th. Cubs and that was enough
toY Insure Johnnyir Klippsteln's
l tnfU ..Ulnn in it DaVAf tt t.hs
Cubs was struck on the left tem temple
ple temple by one of Klippstelh's pitch pitches,
es, pitches, but escaped with lacerations,
- The Phillies picked up their
sixth straight victory by down
ving the Ghnts, 1-3. Ted Ka Ka-Isanski
Isanski Ka-Isanski hit a grand-slam hom homier
ier homier and Robin Roberts register register-ted
ted register-ted his 14th victory for the on-
In the American League,' the
Yankees spoiled a Clark Grtf Grtf-flfth
flfth Grtf-flfth memorial night at .Wash .Washington
ington .Washington by thumping the Sena Senators,'
tors,' Senators,' 12-2; the Red Sox ripped
the Orioles, 7-2, as Ted Williams
hit his' 13th homer; the Tigers
qdged the Athletics,.- 8-7 and
Jodet- Encanto 2S .5
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Sherm Lollar's 14th inning hom homer
er homer earned the White Sox a 7-6
verdict over. the Cleveland In Indians.
dians. Indians. -"
Williams' homer against the
Orioles broke a 2-2 tie in the
sixth Inning and. the Red Sox
then added four more runs in
the eighth to sew up Mel par par-nell's
nell's par-nell's sixth victory. After cir circling
cling circling the bases, .Williams clap clapped
ped clapped his hands over his mouth as
if to suppress the desire to en
gage in anotner spitting epi episode,
sode, episode, ..
Lollar had a bite night against
the Indians, singling home the
tying run in the ninth inning
before unloading his game-winning
blast. The Tigers scored
their winnlns: run against the
A's on a throwing error by pitch
er Troy Herriage, f
. YESTERDAY'S STAR Sherm
Lollar of the White Sox, who
singled home the ty'nr ran In
the ninth Inning- and then hit
a game-winning homer In the
14th agairist the Indians.
Along The Fairwoys
National Distillery Ringer Tour-
. nament at Gamboa
The first week of a four-week
National, Distillery Ringer Tour Tournament
nament Tournament ended this weekend at
the Oamboa Golf Club Paul
Bell and BUI Coffey were tied for
the weekly low net. with one un under
der under par 69's. They rolled off the
tie and Paul went home with the
ever popular bottle of National
These two, Paul and Bill,
have given the rest of the Gam Gam-bOa
bOa Gam-bOa members a good low score
to shoot at J The ladies made a
verv poor first week showing
and Ruth Daniel set a good pace
with her low net of. 75. This
score earned Ruth a bottle of
cheer also. We expect to see
more of the Gamboa women in
this tournament before It ends.
This Saturday and Sunday
there will be a "one club and a
putter' tournament held along
with the Ringer. Prizes of mer merchandise
chandise merchandise will be given along
with a few extra bottles of the
National Distillery products.
There will he a $1 entry fee. This
will be a full handicap tourna tournament
ment tournament and we expect to see many
of the club members try for the
Our areens man. Victor has
been working hard on the course
to get it. ready for the Club
Championship which Is duo to
be played soon. The Improve Improvement
ment Improvement to the course so far is
great We want all the members
that 'can make it to come out
and play a round or two and let
tne committee know what tney
think of the work. , v
. See "you members over the
weekend when you try for the
best in bottle cheer.
... Aug. 25
TJJSi TJATIONAL'CHAMPIONSUIP BASKETBALL- TEAM IN. PA NAMA -i- The U.S. collegiate national championship basketball' 1
team, the,"San Francisco Dons" arrived on Branlff's "El Conquistador, last. night. The photo shows the star players ac-
cbmpanied by-Rev. Father Tichenor,. head of the, athletics department of the University -of San Francisco,1' and their coach
Phil Woolpert Also in the picture is Panamanian Prof. Jtsus Ferrer Gamboa. At four this altemooh, they will offer a "cli "cli-nlc'
nlc' "cli-nlc' at "the Panama National Gym to the Panama Senior. League players and amateur basketball players of public-ahd -prt-"
Vate schools. '. The only otherv presentation of the -visiting team will be against a local selection on Friday night, proceeds of
which will be donated to the Anti-Polio Commission, the committee for Children's Playgrounds and' the committee for Stu-
dent Aid for Panamanians In the U.S. The basketball champ! ons will fly north Saturday night on Branlff's flight 600. '
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By BOB SALMON t
BOSTON,' Aug. 9 (tP) The
Incomparable Ted Williams
both as a hitter or a spitter
drew .growing support today
from the fans he held in SV
000 worth of contempt
The 38-year-old Boston Red
Sox slugger still refused to a a-pologlze
pologlze a-pologlze for the spitting Inci Incident
dent Incident Tuesday, which cost him.
a $5,000 fine from owner Ton
Yawkey. But Boston fans were
more than ready to forgive
him. 'Y':' t't
' A "Ted Wlllams fine com committee":
mittee": committee": was launched to pay
the record-tying assessment
and the orig'nator, Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts Labor Relation Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Charles ; N. Collatos,
chipped in $25 to get. the ball
1 A state legislator filed a bill
to tine fans using "profane,
obscene or impure" language
against a sports participant a
maximum of $50. '
.' Some 30,338 family night
fans jammed ; Fenway Park
last night to see If Ted would
tarry out his threat to "spit
again at the fan, who booed
me" as the Red 60s: met the
In The Majors
(Based on 225 offie'al at bats)
, NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player, Club : r b h pet
Aaron.: MU. 100 397 72 130 .340
Mqon, St. L. 101 362 66 120 .331
MUSlal, St. L. 105.398 60 127 .319
SC'dlenst. N.Y. 78 280 30 88 .314
Bailey, CincL 79 257 40 80 .311
' AMERICAN LKAGUK
Mantae(.N-Y. 102 376 95 136 .362
Williams; B. 88 246 41 86 .350
VeTnon. Bos., 84 291 50 99 .340
Maxwell, DeL 97 339 70 114 J36
Kueiin, Det. 98 388 61 130 ,335
K ROME RUNS -.,,'
:Mantle, Yanks-.... 38
Snider, Dodgers 31 f
Adcock, Braves 31s
Kluszewski, Redlegs 4 26
Robinson, Redlegs ..i.. 2ft
Banks, Cubs ....... 25 T
r RONS BATTED W
Mantle. Yanks . ....... 95
Kallne, Tigers i, 89
Simpson, Athletics . . 82
Werte, Indians V. . ; . ... 81
Musial, St. Louis'. ... . 81
I Mantle, Yanks 95
Robinspn, Redlegs 82
Snider, Dodgers .......... 78
Fox, White Sox .......... 77 1
Yost, Senators ,.v.v..;,;. 74
Mantle, Yanks V 136
Kallne, Tigers 135?
Aaron, Braves 13S
Bflyer Cards ..... 132
Fox, White Sox ........ 132
' ; v- PITCHING
(Based on 10 Decisions)
W L Pel
Pierce. White Sox : IT 4 .810
Brewer, Red Sox . ,15 r 4 .789
Lawrence, Redlesrs .15 4 .789
Ford, Yanks .,.....14 4 .778
Bum, Braves ........ 14 4 .778
Blue Aiming T o Stop Edvin
In Sunday Night's Title Bout
CATUN POOL NOTES
Tne series of swim meets which
began July 13, ire being sponsor
ed oy iiitun uvic council, Marga
rita Recreation Center and Elks
lodge No. 1542 under the direction
of the department of Physical Ed
ucation aim Atmeucs.
There have been four races held
already in which a number of chil
dren have entered. Any Atlantic
side youngster ; attending U. S.
schools are elegible to enter the
The children are comnetins for
the trophies which will be award awarded
ed awarded to each girl and each boy who
has the most points in his a g e
group. The following children are
leamng in ueir age uroup.
i ami undar Beginner
, Boy and Girls
1st place Steve Radef 14
points : 1
2nd place Ted Bailey 6
' I and under Beginnors 1 k
. Boy and Girl
1st place Jack Sanders 13
2nd place John Fettler 5
and under Boys
1st place Ginger Thomas 37
2nd placa Gary voucher-- 37
. .. an
1st place Ginger thomas 47
By HERBERT MOI5I
COLON Despite a pre-season
agreement that no team will be
reintoreed atter tne first round (i
of tne schedule, Uuee (u-uie lout
teams classified for the iwai .sei
ries are intent on using' players
irom teams already eliminated.
Only the defending r champions
from Colon, the Chesierfued smok
ers, have made K. known detinue
ly that tney will stand pat on their
original roster, 'f or this we nan
the Colomtes and their coach. Ho Ho-doifo
doifo Ho-doifo (r'lii) Tom. wnose iinshajten
and profound faith in his team to
repeat as champions is something
to be admired. Tom's faith-is not
fanatical or based on pure seou seou-mentalism,
mentalism, seou-mentalism, but, like many others
close to the game, un the ctrengtu
tit his tum'i -VAAnrrl y
, Chesterfield has' lost bnly. t' W 0
games, one Jo Cerveza baiboa in
the season opener and one to the
then-sensational but now apparent
ly-disorganized Galiito oulit. In- a 1
rematch With Balboa, the chain ts
walked over their opening niul
victors,' who. Inckientaliy, r were
runners-mi in 1955.: Thev aiso holdi
a. rematch" win over galiito .but
thtc nrft. in tevhihilinn ruMg ruin
efit game. .', f
We considered .this win a. psy T
chological "shot in the an'i' I
since many were of the' "oni-':
U1UU IJlAb VltfllUU, Ul 1U lllHi UII1C,
was invincible The myth was exi
Dloded with that same, and Galii
to was 'dropped into the rank and
file of the league. The other teams
in the league just could not cope
with Tom's Smokers thus making
them favorites to coo the 1956 lau
rels when the final series is play
ed. :, ; ..
The series was scheduled to be begin
gin begin on Aug. 20. but the postpone
ment of a few games will defimete-l
ly alter plans unless the league de
2nd place Linda Benton' 29
points 1 1
- 10 and Under Boy
1st place John Voucher 34
. 2nd place Henry Shirk 31
1st place Conchita Graves 1
29 points : V
2nd place Carol LaCroix' 24
11 and Under Boy
Inst place Tom Dugan 51
2nd place Raymond Schidegg
31 points -.
" .Clrla r
1st place Charleen Graves
42 points 1
2nd place Verna Hildebrand
37 points s
14 and Under Boys
1st place Authur Parrott
2nd place Paul Ebdon 26
' 1st place Lillian Hirpns 53
points ' '
2nd place Andy Nash 11
points .. 1
2nd place Andy Nash 11
Ipomts ,..'.. :
. H and Undar Beys
I 1st place Jeff Slaughter 35
2nd place Koeer Eaton e
lt place Rosalie Radel 35
cides to cancel gamcs'that will not
affect the present standings. -With
the return of Isaac Peltyno Peltyno-vicK
vicK Peltyno-vicK and GMtrs (Skinner S a w-
ell and the possibility that Rogelio
Aikman will recuperate complete
ly, the Colomtes will, be at; t u 1 1
strength both numerically and in
playing potential. Peltynovich was
away in the United States making
TV appearances as a vocal solo
ists and Sewell was travelling a
round Central America -. with the
AH Xntral American selection.
Both returned earlier this week
and began practicing Vwith Vth c
-We talked to Tom and he ex
pressed confidence" that his team
will wu despite ( the opposition's
?Our next commentary will an
swer several questions on -the qua
lity of boxers that Are performing
10 Panama and will try -to com compare
pare compare bouts we have seen 00 TV
with those being presented here.
'"Welterweight champion Trvln
Blue, who. is unbeaten locally in
four professional appearances,
plans to kayo Jose Edwin in their
15round championship bout at
the Colon Arena Sunday.
The 147-pound title holder,
. who- earned the reputation of
"slugger" by virtue of his three
straight kayo victories before
decislontng : Edwin In a 15 15-roond
roond 15-roond title match last October,
is nettled about Edw'n calling
the verdict a "bum one.: 4
",Thatfuy (Edwin) kept iun
nlng forfll rounds in' our first
fight," said Blue angrily yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon after a workout
"If he had stood up and fought
like a man, I :; would have put
mm to sleep before the tenth.
His tired legs went out on' him
after the 11th and that was how
I caught up with him, although
not exactly the way I. wanted to
do It'-ny:i8tfft,,w s'T'1';..:..'.'
Th's time running ; wont
help him. I'll put- him, away
lonr before th 15th ronnd." r
Blue's only loss as a pro came
about two months ago when he
was declsioned by Jamaica's wel
terwelgbt king Johnny Gray In
a bout held in Kingston,
Since returning from the Isle
01 spring. Blue nas oeen train
Ing steadily and observers- say
he has developed, pew ..boxing
The 21-year-old power punch puncher
er puncher 's fast and shifty now and
Is eoncentratnf en perfectmj;
his left Jab under the direc direction
tion direction of former boxer "Shadow,"
who took over hlsv training
after Evelyn 'Sheckness left
for the U.S. some two months
aro. ';," ,'.-,4.'
Blue. hopes to meet his Jamai
can victor. 'Gray,, here In Pana Panama
ma Panama sometime before Christmas
Promoter .Gladstone -(Puckoo)
uesouza, for whom 'the cham champion
pion champion fought in Jamaica, plans to
Dnng urayvnerB' rpr tne return
Stengel threw up his hands
and asked what was going on.
when the New York Yankeesf
dropped into their longest los-,
inf itreak of the year.Dort
T.rsen awaits. reheLT ?
.437 17 Vi
Brooklyn . CI
Cincinnati . CI
New York . 36 63 .3U Zii
i TODArs GAMES
St. Louis at Milwaukee'(2-T-N)
Brooklyn at Pfttsbnrgh
. Chicaco at Cincinnati
. Philadelph,'a at New. York
St. Louis 000 001 000 1 6 2
Milwaukee f 101 122 12x 10 10 1
Blaylock (0-3), McDanieL Lid-
die and Cooper, 1
.- Trowbridge v. (t-0) and Cran-
n. ; j
St. Louis 200 000 000 13 8 0
Milwaukee 010 000100 0 2 4 0
Wehmeier (1-8) and Katt
Cooper (10); Burdette (13-7)
and Rice, Crandall (g). Home
run: Adcock (27).
(Night Game) "
Brooklyn V, 200 000 00J 5 10 S
Pittsburgh 500 010 20x 8 10 1
Craig (10-7H Bessent, Lehman
Munger (3-2), Pollet, Kl'ne
(Night Gamej '.
Chicago 000 200 0002 5
Cincinnati 302 102 OOx S 8 0
Rush (10-5), Hughes, Davis
and Landrith. ..
Klippstein (10-8) and Bailey.
Philadelphia 110 104 010 8 9 0
New York 100 100 0103 10 0
Roberts (14-11) and Lopata.
Hearn (4-ltf. Ridsik and Sar-
Scccnd Pfcce !h 1L
See-Jay Flag Race
NEW YORK, Aug. 9 (UP)
The Rochester Red Wings, who
seem to play their best ball a a-way
way a-way from home, were back in
second place in the tight Inter International
national International League today, thanks to
another "road" victory.
- The traveling Birds ganged up
on five Buffalo hurlers for a 9-4
victory Wednesday night that
vaulted them past the Miami
Marlins, who dropped a 2-1 de decision
cision decision to the Columbus Jets.
Mel Wright pitched six score scoreless
less scoreless relief Innings to pick up the
Rochester victory that left the
Red Wings two games in back
of the league leading Toronto
Maple Leafs, Who were Idle.
' Ray Herbert went all the way
for the Jets, setting the Marlins
down on seven hits. Each club
scored a run In the first inning
and. the jets shoved over what
proved to be the winning run in
the fourth inning.
Manager Ed Lopat, with relief
helo from Sonny Dixon, led his
Richmond Virginians to a 6-2
victory -over the Havana Sugar
Kings. Ranee Pless hit a bases
empty homer for the winners.
Tmm V It
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Americas with fast and frequent
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WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK,
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FROM U.S. PACIFIC 4 WEST COAST. CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA AND CRISTOBAL, C. Z. 7
S.S. "SANTA CRUZ".
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I FROM CRISTOBAL ANp BALBOA, C. Z. TO THE
I WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA A U. S. PACIFIC
S S.S. "SANTA CRUZ" ;.'. ...Aug. 2S
i BALBOA ONLY
tp AN AM A AGENCIES CO.
CRISTOBAL: 2131 2133
I . BALBOA:
L PL n
44 .J77 8
45 J71 814
New York . 69
Cleveland ... 60
Detroit : .
.448 21 Vi
' New York at Washington
, Cleveland at Ch:caio s
Baltimore at Boston -Kansas
City at Detroit
New York SDl 10niLl 11
Washington 000 020 000 10
iuney w-z) and Berra.
Pascual (5-13), Stone, Byerly,
Grob and Berberet.
Cleve. 041 000 001 000 00 6 12 I
vm., 1ZO 000 111 000 01 7 H I
"Aguirre, Mossi. Score,' McLish
(2-4) and Hegan, Naragon.
Mm..1 V I 1 v. I mi
ley (4-1) and Lollar.
(Nlitht 'GameTTnv h t'il
Baltimore one too aaiLLi a
Boston O02 001 04x 7 1
JohMOM (4.7). Knvarlnb-
, r j mj .7 .lui,
Smith. ) : i ,
Parnell (6-2) and White,
Kansas CIW i40inooin7 i"r
Detroit , 212 002 lOx 8 12 t
Ditmar. Crimlan fl-S). nr.
riage, Kellner and Ginsberg.
1 Roeft, Aber, Bunning (2-1)
and House. ; -h: ..t
To Represent US
blTROrr, Aug. 9 (UP) The
U.S., which got another 1 world
record out of Bill Yorzyk last
night as it selects what its offi officials
cials officials predict will be its strongest
Olympic swimming team, "nicks
its backstroke and hreaststrokt
men in the Olympic swimming
iriaig nnais tonignt. r ,.;
fv'-v-:.;:-':;, i-v 1
Yorzyk,: S3 year old Yale
swimmer, broke the 200-meter
long course- butterfly record
twice yesterday In the 50-meter
eight-lane Brennan pools,' site
of the four-day trials which be began
gan began Tuesday. Ten of the 25 men
and 12 of the 21 women who will
swim for the VS. at Melbourne
Nov, 22 to Dec 1 have been cho chosen.
sen. chosen. H ;
Yorzyk was timed in 2:22.2 In
the afternoon to break the tec-,
ord of 2:23 8 held by Takishl
Ishlmoto of Japan, and last
night, in the eight-man finals,
he improved that to 2:J9.
-"It was a phenomenal per performance,"
formance," performance," said U.S. coach Bob
i Yorzyk said he would have to
regard It as a better race than
hls world record 2:16.7 In a 25 25-meter
meter 25-meter pooL Bill was the only
butterfly man to make the
team, since, there will be one
butterfly, one breaststroke and
one "at large" man to be chosen
later by the officials.
. . .Due Balboa. C. E, Aug. 16
. .Due Balboa, C. Z. Sept 21
PANAMA: 1-0556 0557
1507 2159 8
U .nal sk Iri
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TZ3 fANAMA AKTRICAS A.V INDEPENDENT DAI1T NTTTSPAFT21
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By JIMMY BRESLIN
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.
(NEA) Mike Bonanzo feels at
home in Saratoga's rambling
It is the nation s only major
thoroughbred establishment oper operating
ating operating at a loss, so. Bonanzo "I
start losing in 1919 and it's the
same today" rates it his favorite
Bonanzo is a true natron of the
turf. His name won! be touna in
the Racing Form or on The Joc Jockey
key Jockey Club letterhead, but he is as
important to the- business as Ed Eddie
die Eddie Arcaro or Nashua ot Alfred
"I wish." says his bookmaker in
Schenectady, "that I have 10 more'
customers like him. I would be
well - -
Bonanxo. you seel clays- the
horses. .. 1
And not hanhazardly. either. He
has kept a record of every bet he
has made since be started piayins
37 years ago.
Around Schenectady and Sara
foga, Bonanzo is known as the
'horse nlayer s horse player." He
is not one of those big. flashy guys
who 4rops (40,000 at the track
and can afford it. nor is- ne a
,' PINCH-HITTER Dale Mitchell shows 'Walter Alston the
. hat with which he hopes to give the Brooklyn Dodgers bsdly bsdly-'
' bsdly-' needed pinch-hits. The veteran was obtained from Indians.-
Winners Of 4th International
Marliri And Salfish Tourney
The 206 entries in the Fourth
International Marlin and 8all 8all-'iish
'iish 8all-'iish Tournament raised 590 sail sail-lish,
lish, sail-lish, released 250 and boated 67,
the Panama -Rod and Reel Club
revealed today. In addition, 29
Black Marlin were raised and 12
Award for the most tmtstand tmtstand-ln
ln tmtstand-ln ratch of the. tournament
which ended July 30, will go to
for his 158-lb. black marliB
. nr ii. 11. o f fof
a woihour-40-minute 'struggle.
This was the only marlin caught
Hard luck prize will go to Col.
James Burkhart for his. 76Q-lb.
black marlin, which took two
baits,1 thus making it an Illegal
catch. He had another stroke of
bad luck when he. fought 4Vi
a l j it.... wmvllm kur
Hours Ml imiu a W Rolhna' 104 lh
was-unsuccessful .because his rod B i,?, J,
Other awards follow;
Mack. Marlin 30-lb. T
- 1st Prize J5. & Corlett III of
Miami 158 lba.
Black Marlin Unlimited Test
1st .Prize . M-Sgt. Robert
Brownlee of Ft Clayton. 546 lbs,
. 2nd Prize M-Sgt.. Max W.
Hochgraef pf Albrook AFB, 539
3rd Prize "Lt Col. Harry
Wheaton Sr Quarry Hts., : 428
4th Prize James L. Harned
of PurundiL. 360 lbs.
5th Prize J. Lee Cuddy of
Miami. Fla. 355 lbs.
6th 'Prize Major teroy C.
ficears of Corozal. 305 lbs.
7th Prize Col. Ralph H
Slevers, of Ft. Amador, '262 lbs.
. 8th Prize Capt. Harry Wild
er of Ft. KpbbeK 241 lbs.
. 8th prize capt. Harry Wild
er of Ft. Kobbe, 207 lbs.
. Sailfish 12-lb. Test
' 1st prize J. M. Christiansen
of Miami. 105 IDS.
2nd Prize C. R. Soutnweu
KailfisJi 20-Ibf Test
1st Prize Timothy L,
t it. m i. rt.... run ui raimuia. oi lua,
Mariin iu-id. in inh
Colon, 128 lbs. s
Sailfish 30-lb. Test
1st Prize Arturo J. VJaJ of
Panama. 140 lbs.
2nd prize J. M. Christiansen
of Miami, 121 lbs.
' Sailfish 50-lb. Test
1st Priz Col. Kenneth p
2nd Prize Lt. Col. Ralph I.
Rose of Ft. Amador, 125 lbs
2nd prize Tie Col. Willard
R. Seymour of Ft. Clayton, 125
Most Sailfish Released In 1 Day
Five J. M. Christiansen, July
THE CHEER THAT MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS A lot of n0'" made through through-out
out through-out the eastern swing by 111 members o the Braves Boosters Cluhv That's Jim Bird with
the big bat, AI Lutt and Ed Bird on the cowbell andVic Dietel. . ,,i
Bortinze Is lust another working
ear who has the auts to mit H all.
carfare included, on something he
likes;'- - ; ; '
The best year I ever had "was
during the depression when there;
wasn't much dough- around," he;
says. "I lose $300 oa we year.;
Later on. when thines loosened UP.'
I went for my personal high
"I'm not a bum," Bonanzo, 64,
asserts. "1 work in Schenectady
for General Electric, but to 'tell
the truth,-1 really work for the
horses. I been playing mem since
I cot out oi tne Army alter woria
Nar. 1. f .
! . .-
. I .? j
j3 iff 'is ;:;7
t . 1
T:00 D,'m.. Wolverines vs Wildcats a
8:00 prfl-, Badgers vJ Hawkeyes i Dolphia
- L 12-lb. Test J. Frank Baxter
In last night's openerj tne 0j Miami, 27 lbs.
Wolverines defeated the Badgers
by the score of 58-33. The Badg Badgers
ers Badgers were hampered by their in-
.viiu.. 4n .nn Cnnnll "TwPftriV
nuiiii'jr nu ouvi i,w...v -.
Mead, and by committing an
excessive number of personal
fouls. On the other hand, the
Wolverines also committed manyi
personal fouls, but nevertheless,
they displayed the better ball ball-handling.
handling. ball-handling. m
For the Wolverines, R. "Twea "Twea-dy"
dy" "Twea-dy" Mead scored sixteen field
goals and seven free, throws, for
a grand total of 39 points. ; P.
Delgado also scored 10 points
for the wolverines. On the
Badgers side, a Sutherland
cored 14 points.
. In the second game, the
Hawkeyes trounced the wildcats
82-42. iem Kirkland, Dan Win Win-klosky
klosky Win-klosky and Louis Reyes, scored
25, 23 and 11 points respectively
for the victors. For the losing
Wildcats, Raul Barbara scored
: The box scores:
Morris, J. :
Nahmad, A. .
Des Londes, D.
!. Totals 13 7 16 33
Morris, K. .. .. .. .. 0
French, C. 0
Mead, R. ..
v Seesuu bame
Winklosky D. .. ..10
; Kirkland, L. 10
Reyes, L. i. ..... .. 4
Hele,B. .v. .. 0
Corrigan, P. .-. .. ., 1;
'J W Idcats :
Barbara, R. .. .. ..11 4 5
Cunningham, E. .. .. 1 3 1
Siegle, L. .. .. .. 3 11
. Dolan, W 1 0 2
- Corrigan, L .: .. 4
J. Lee Cuddy of
Miami, 28 lbs.
30-lb. Test Manuel Quinte-
ro of curundu, 27a lbs.
so-iD. rest Major James w.
Stovall of Ft Kobbe,' 37 lbs.
Charles Helmlev of Miami. 13
Velma A. Burkhart of Ft. Leav
enworth, Kan., 42 lbs.
I. 8. Corlett III of Miami, 61
Results of the Inter-Service
part of the tournament, all based
on unlimited tackle are an
nounced below. Prizes for the
military have been donated by
the Panama Tourist Commission
through the Panama Rod and
' Most sailfish caught and-or
Released Lt. Col. Ralph E.
Rose of Ft Amador who had
five on July 18.
- . Marlin -:
M-Sert. Robert Rrownlee of Ft.
fg ft pf f Clayton. 546 lbs.
2 5 141 M-Sgt. Max W. Hoohgraef of
2- 2 Z 6 Albrook AFB. 539 lbs.
1 3 5 5 i Lt. Col. Harry wheaton Sr. of
2 0 1 4 Quarry Hts., 428 lbs.
2 0 3 4 Major Leroy C. Spears of Co
rozal, 305 lbs.,
Col. Ralph Slevers of Ft. Am Amador.
ador. Amador. 2(52 Ihs. ,.t . ..
1 3 1 Capt. Harry Wilder of Ft. Kob-
0 2 0 be. 241 lbs.
7 4 39 Sallf'sh
0 4 10 Robert j. Martin of Ft. Clay-
1 3 I ton. 147 lbs.'
12 3 M-Sgt. K. D. Berger of Fort
Clayton. 143 lbs.
; 23 10 18 5,6 Capt. Harry Wilder of Ft Kob
, M-Set J E Duncan of Fort
ft p! t Amador, 128 lbs.
3 3 23 1 M-Sgt. Carrel E. Grantham of
5 0 25 Ft Clayton, 127 lbs.
3 4 llh Amberjack'
12 1 Pfc. Oscar E. Mlskell of Fort
0 1 2 Amador, 50 lbs. i ?
25 12 10 62' Major James W. stovall of Ft.
Kobbe, 87 lbs.
26 Capt. Richard C. Leslie of Ft
5 Kobbe, 36 lbs. ...... :
7 1 Boat which entered the larg larg-2:
2: larg-2: est marlin was the J-3750.
2 Prizes 'will be awarded at the
end of the month on a date to
I?.,Ta ant W
,ne hv. kot SJ2K.
"I'm alwiv chnrt
h uuen i maner. ito a bachelor
not that I always wanted to be
one. It's just that every time I
used to get a nice girl she'd kiss
me oh because I had no money.
I couldn't even call her up on the
Dfior.e nair inn tim mnoh
; start taking her out. The bookmak
cr oau au my money. :
A heraa namad Tailor Maid
the start of Bonanzo's trouble.1
"When I first started playing
and I went bad. I always was able
to get out on that one," he ex explains.
plains. explains. "So I figured I'm not los
ing ana it s tun, so wny stop?
Tailor Maid'll get me out. But one
day the horse don't save me and
I was in the red.
"I think I would have quit ex ex-cent
cent ex-cent for ITmnt.: Rmmhr him)
, He beat Man o War up here. Paid
mice, lour iu one. i naa mm.
That made me hungry. I wanted
more like that.
"But since then I'm always tak taking
ing taking a beating. I, even blew a bet
on Tom Fool up here. The Whit
oey horse beats him on an .off
I play the harness horses at
night and the runners in the day
time. When they are not running
around here, I play with my book bookmaker.
maker. bookmaker. I make a couple of parlays
and maybe a win bet on a .couple
of others.".., ilv,.,...
Bonanza has no particular system.-
"I just follow all the horses and
bet what I like,", he goes on.
"There's no real science to it. You
just lose. v .' ..,
"My big trouble is 1 get greedy.
Every tme I get to a $100 ahead
of the track, I put it all down.
0nce I started off with a $146 dai daily
ly daily double, but I come back to lose
it all oa something in the fourth."
Mike takes a -drink, otily now
and then, never emoites.,
"Smnlrinff il no tfnnit tnr vml
he says. "Besides, jt cost money."
Kacn morning ana mgni, aiiKe
sports pages immediately. In the
morning, ne ngures oui nis cnoic-
es. ai nignc, ne goes over me re results
sults results and pulls out his record book
an dmades a ew more entries.
Losers, mostly, v ; . r.Vi
, Does he follow ahy other sports?
"Sure," Mike says: "Baseball. I
ttaaat thai VnVa VaacrBaHaitr t
f looks very mucft as if the postponed world fceaoitcelffW
ciompiOTisAip; fight between Archie UOort and Floyd Patterson,
will have to go over until next June, 1 : -.
A ion? delav would be verv much to the advantage of Pat
terson who is pnly 21 and can afford to bide -his time and wait
for that right. hand, broken in the 12-round victory over Hurrji-
p.anA .Tflcltsnn hpra on June 8. to heal solidly. .-
Moore, on the other hand, will sutler some atsaavaniage
from the postponement. The longer the delay, the more serious
the rpnemisfflons on Archie. He is at least 40 and conceivably
on tne wane pnysicaiiy. ine waning process ijuiw nw w
be spurred by his newly acquired unances, ana nu me oi onsuiy
llirmntrl rlTnsnirlt.1 !. t. i i i 4
Only. a, few years ago Archie, unable to realize more than
110,000 for 12 months of ring actlYity1 from coast td coast, was
readv to retire to his chicken-in-a-basket eatery In 8an Diego.
Alter oruiopeaic specialise, naving exaimucu
graphs of Patterson's mending hand at. the' request of Boxing
Commissioner Julius Helfand and Dr. Mil Stevens,' craei or tne
Board tf Medical Advisors, had advised a- postponement, the In International
ternational International Boxing Club discussed chances of rescheduling the
match for November or December. , c
' TTnwavor .Tim Knrrls la rht countlni too heavllv on a heavy-
weleht title scraD before June, and Js working on a September
engagement hetween Ray Robinson, middleweight champion,, and
Oene Dimmer, or utan, tne- top cuiiienaer, , -. . ...
- Rnhinson and Genre Oainford. his manager, have been talk
w wiMiv about a iiaO.ono guarantee, but Norris wouidnt give
that even to tstaniey &etcnei 11 tne Miciugan aassiu wuw wuic
back to life. Boxing conamons wouia not warrani sucii nuui nuui-ial
ial nuui-ial enthusiasm lor anything short ol a Moore-Patterson, scrap
Moore Will Go. Campaigninj: V
v. tin n'Amfltr Patterson's marraBerr never has evidenced en
thusiasm for a Moore' fight before next spring1, but hia charge
i. di.annfiint.Pfi nvfi the nostrjonement. He saw Arcnie
Ktnn .Tamn j Parker a eomoaratlve tvro. in nine rounds at
Toronto recently, and tame away with the impression that, the
nA mon' arar raariv trt h taken 1
tnnra. phaorinprf nn two counts. In the first Place, ne
appreciates that the calendar and the block are working against
tvib tviara. tVi primi pnnsldpratlon 'ct atonnage of In
coma. At 40 or 42, whichever b$ his true age, Moore cannot
hnne for tr.n lonir a brofitatole tenure even if he should achieve
fKo ViaavTrttiafoht phnmninnshtn. 1
.Interest in Archie's match with Patterson to at a high pitch.
It is likely that a September IS fight in the Stadium jeould hqvt
held out the promise of 0 WOOfiOQ gate.
Now the scrap' has run the risk of losing lta high appeal.
The revised picture wm iorce upon an mu piuiuuwuiwi
hitherto not too familiar with the peculiar forcei of ring bally-
VtA a malm
DattnPonn n111 tinf fltrht. AiTflln Until hA ITieetJI MOOfe. J TlUM IB
a osrtalntv Ttut If Moore is told he has to wait until next
June,- Charley Johnston and h will go foraging, with Archie
, "I have a chance to throw Moore lit with Joe Bygraves,-the
n ... , i i l u n w iv. tAnrfnn TnnviT.nn
HriT.iDn HTHnirn nflHvvwpiEnc ulic. iiuiuci. ui uuuuu.
said. "We also have two offers from Germany,' one from South
Africa, and another from Australia during, the, Olympic games.
We are not going to hit U out until June.
M.., ,. j
f v -,. I
in i MiHh; mw J
CRACKING THE MILE De Derek
rek Derek ibbotson, 24-year-old Roy Royal
al Royal Air Force runner, breaks the
tape and the four-minute milo
as he crosses the finish line in
London to win the Emsley
Carr Memorial mile 1 race in
3:59.4. Ibbotson's time equall equalled
ed equalled the British National and
English Native 'record set by
Roger 'Bannister, the first
man w cracfc thefour-mmttta
mile barrier; at Oxford, May fl,
By PORKY ED OLIVER
Written for NEA Service
CHOOSING the club for one shot
can make the difference between
good' bole and a wrecked score
for the average golfer.
That could b the question of
which wood oto use on your sec secondthe
ondthe secondthe 2 (brassie) or the 3
WtlAlt tha lv.ri.ft' mtit null.
225 yards to get on the green.
he'll go with the 2 wood too often.
Jl03trv. he is breaking' a biff rule
in d9ing so. That is, when in
doubt, go with, the 3 wood.
The brassie needs a perfect he
and a good golfer to make it
come off properly.
The 3 wood, on the "other hand.
has good loft. It handles a lie that
isn't perfect a lot better.
The 3 wood, on the other hand.
has good loft. It handles a lie
that isn t perfect a lot better.
Use the spoon for downhill, side-
hill and uphill lies. When you need
distance, use it in place of a 2 1 1-rou,
rou, 1-rou, too. A lot of times you'll find
guy trying to make a 2 iron
perform as if Sam Snead were
Go with the' 3 wood first.
It is a club which fits the nor
ma! game wem
It is practical to use the same
swing all the way through on all
shots. Stickout shotmakers use
this same swing no matter what
club they use.' Let the clubs do
the work. Obviously the only wsy
to get the true effect of the clubs
is to use them all in exactly tne
same way.'- .,....
NEXT: Craig Wood on iron play.
Porky Kd Oliver
Use the S wood first
Wherever people of distinction' f
meet you'll always find" 5
' ; 1 Robinson vs. Fulimer No Startler
Postponement of the big fight Is a blow'to ft sport which
hardly is In a position to take very much more beating.. Box ng
needs a heavyweight title fight this fauY But it will get nothing
better than another engagement between Hurricane Jackson and
Bob Baker iftte in September In Pittsburgh, for the Dapper Dans
charity fund. t.--.-i,r -'.J'
Comeback Ray Robinson is an aUurlng ring figure, parti particularly
cularly particularly around here, and Fullmer is an interesting contender
who this year haa beaten Rocky Castellani, Gil-Turner, Ralph
Jones and Charley Humez
However, a fight between Ray and Gene .hardly would be
the attraction that Robinson and Randy Turpin furnished at
the Polo Grounds in September 1951, when 81,370 paid $7678
and saw Ray stop the British entry in 10 rounds. i '
In fact, a Robinson-Fullmer fight here would have foupft
time nearing a $200,000 gate. The fight really belongs in Salt
Lake City, where Fullmer is a hero. '
-An offer of $125,000 to Robinson from out there had to be
withdrawn when the Salt Lake City ball park was made un unavailable
available unavailable for the fight. ; i '
. Gainford says he has a fantastic plan. -Hed like to fatten
Robinson up, to something like 170 pounds', and than go after
Moore and the heavyweight title, if Archibald makes it.
"Ray said to jne Kleorge you crazy?'" Gainford admitted
"But lt ain't as daffy as it looks."
The way things are in boxing, nothlnv can be ruled put, no
matter how crazy It may appear.) j
ICp INSECT TORMENT
7 Will Net Stain HarmUtt lo Human
and Animals whan Uiad o Dirtclad
Coats Less and Kill Fatter .. s
than moit high pnaaurf bombs
; ." k U..I an
Open MIsMIj Iraa !l i
: .."r-.yir.'v'j, I
21 (Black Jack I
-f Pakor -'
. Slot Machinal
.JS: JfW t
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, Up and downl Busy at playf
Children burn up tnergy alt
the time.: ROYAL GELATIN
' help replace It 4 big tenr'
ings in each package, i
' In 7 glorious flavors 1
To offer a PALL MALL is the highest
. compliment you can pay.
There ia nothing enjoyable as a
when that cigarette is a PALL HALL.
PALL MALL has been created
especially for those snfbkera whose
fine taste demands something s
more than just an ordinary cigarette
PALL MALLS. In their disUnctive
bright-red package, contain the
world's finest tobaccos blended into a
1 light-textured f nil-flavored smoke.
Their greater length filters
If yon haven't discovered th
enjoyment of smoking.
PALL MALL try one today!
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for good fastt
17 8 13 42 'be announced.
made a bet against theD."
AUG, 10 tSl
U U JuJU '-,J L U UtJ
Read slory .on pags 8
Andrea Doria Owners Battle
1 1 t
I A A ;;
f J y
, omiiMTi ARRIVES U5.. Undersecretary of State for Latin
! SAttairs Henry HoUand and his assistant Maurice
ra lc .fin nf f a lane from South America at Tocumen
BlrnnrtU where0 he wL reived by a number of Panama offU.
& Holfand visited President Rlcardo Arias this
Snrnine at 8the latte?wS lor a. brief tallc.on certain
' Tnin provision of the new Panama-UiS. treaty.
j'Nbn-US Citizen Zone Labor Leader
I Comments On Wage Raises, Treaty
Salary increase announced
-early this week lor about 50 per
.cent of the non-US. citizen em employes
ployes employes of the U.S armed services
I"wlll benefit the people who
IlCCU. ill UWW lvln
morning by Jose de la Rosa Cas
'tillo, president of Local 907 GC
;EOC (CIO-AFL). ;
! castillo'said the raise of from
'two to 20 cents an nuur
innnA frnm thLs DOlnt Of VleW.
In describing what group he
'meant as recelvlnK the most
benefit, he listed laborers in the
'.grades from one to five, employ employed
ed employed by the armed forces on the
,;CanaI zone.; .( , i
In the classified positions
, cwtillo said. the majority .of.
employes will not gain from this
particular wape adjustment.
That is unfortunate, he ob ob-1
1 ob-1 served, but the rates of the. iat-
Weather Or Not
Thi weather wsort, to
hourt ending I a.m. today, H -pnd
y th Meteroloqicl and
rivdragraphic Branch of tha Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company:
. Hiflh ........ 91 5
Lot 75 79
Hk ... 94 90
Low ........ CO ,, 7
m..mpM NW-M W-ll
RAIN ( inches ) T 0
Winner harbors) 82 SS
:':n':..; .... o
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10
-Not many people can stand
prosperity but not many hove to.
s.. .... . i-y
5 PRICES: . .7S & .4Q
tr l:00-t:50-4:50-7:05-$:15 p.m.
. All tiit dtudeM I ,r-n.J-. L , Fl
darlings and delight S"
! ofLatVegas...in sif
Mg.M'igoldmin, f ),
Ok- ClNBMASCOPM V
tef group are already higher, re
latively speaking. ..
Commenting also on a bid bv
Local 900 of the same union to
suspend the scheduled year-end
cancellation oi commissary priv
ileges for iion-U.Sf citizen em
)ioyes who live in Panama, Cas Cas-illo
illo Cas-illo said he thoueht it nrudent
to refrain from making any an announcement
nouncement announcement until after the re results
sults results of today's talk between
President Arias and Assistant
Secretary of State Henry Hoi
land are made known. .
Referring to unfulfilled nrnm-
ises made to Canal Zone non non-citizen
citizen non-citizen labor. Castillo ouoteri the
old saying: "The road to hell Is
paveo: with good Intentions.".
S500 Slates Cus!om$
Exemption A rtplles
To Most US Zonians
WASHINGTON, Aug. 9 (UP)
La Vern R. DUweg. legislative
representative here of the U; S.
Citizens association in the Pan.
ama Canal Zone, said today that
we customs Bureau nas now
given the force of law to a $500
exemption for most nersnna r-
twn'.ng to.lhe States from the
Zone, on valuation of articles
tnev may clear through Cus
toms. ,, ;,-
He said this was effected bv
the publication of the decree on
this point in the Federal Reg Register
ister Register of Wednesday.: August 8.
This completed the legal action
which was necessary as result
of passage by. Congress of a bill
which enabled the Customs Bu Bureau
reau Bureau usuaHy- hcd technically
classified Panama workers who
return to the United States as
"aliens" and thus restricted
them to $100 .valuation exemp exemption,
tion, exemption, whereas persons classified
as U.S. citizens and mainland
residents are allowed $500 ex
The new ruling nuts Panama
employes who are basically VS.
citizens and residents in tne
more favored $500 class, and
thus provides a gain for them
on their returns to the States
every two years, he said; Some
exceptions may exist, as for ex
ample a person may not have
a permanent residence else
where. But- the new classify
tlon is a benefit for most Gov'
ernment or Canal Company em
ployes in the Zone, he said.
Let the people
For Strong Civil Rights Plank
CHICAGO. L. 9 (UP)-Rep.
Charles C. Diges (D-Mich.) said
today liberal Democrats may
make a convention floor fight If
necessary for a platform speci specifically
fically specifically endorsing tha Supreme
Court's anti-segregation decision.
uiggs, Negro congressman
from Detroit and a member' of,
the platform, committee, said he
Is prepared to'fight all the
wy" for a strong civil rights
plank! Diggs has endorsed Gov.
Averell Harrlman. for the .nomi .nomination.
nation. .nomination. ,,, 1 '
He said he vSkuioV not "pre
judge' the action of the care
fully chosen 15member drafting
subcommittee. But he said a mi
nority report Is already being
considered If the platform com
mittee declaration does not In Include
clude Include outright endorsement of
the Integration decision. V v
If this happens, It would clear
the deck for a bruising floor
fight .ton the explosive' civil
rights issue which already has
southern Democrats edgy. They
bitterly oppose specific mention
of the Riinreme nourfc. :: .
The last civil Tight floor fight
occurred at the 1948 convention
when northerners rammed
3 Hewsnien Jailed
By Military Court
TEGUCIGALPA, Hond uras,
Aug. 9(UP) supreme Chief of
State Julio Lozano announced
today elections will be held Oct.
7 for a convention to rewrite the
constitution which was superse
ded in effect by the Indecisive
1954 presidential election. v
No details of the,, proposed
constitutional reform were avail
able Immediately, i ; ;
At the same time, ft was an announced
nounced announced that three newspaper newspapermen
men newspapermen and a former, government
official have been sentenced to
prson on undisclosed charges
by a military court; An official
announcement said also that
the newspapers EI Pneblo and
1 Cronista have "ceased to
Opposition candidate Ramon
Vllleda Morales, exiled last
month by Lozano, won the 1954
election as a result of a spilt tn
the governing Nationalist Party,
Vllleda did not poll. the ma
jority vote needed for undisput
ed victory, and congress was un
able to muster a auorum to de
clde the result, i Lozano, then
vice-president. took over the
52 Co-eds Leave :
Waiting At Station
LONDON. Aug. 9 (UP) Fifty-
two American college girls who
left a Scottish welcoming com
mittee waiting at the station
sent their reerets to Edinburgh
today and sailed for .home.
The girls, members of cno cno-rus
rus cno-rus from Skldmore College, Sa Saratoga
ratoga Saratoga Springs, N.Y.. were sched scheduled
uled scheduled to sin in Edinburgh yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Edinburgh university
students met every train and bus
far Into the night Monday and
then anxiously checked with
American Consul John B. Pen Pen-fold.
fold. Pen-fold. -, ..:
Unworrled, Penfold told them,
"If 52 American women are In'
real trouble, there will be such
a squawk you'U he, bound to
The Skldmr girls, safe In
London, apologized today ? be because
cause because a message cancelling their
Edinburgh performance was
misdirected. --l ;s
Wife To Visit 5 :
.m.min!' 5 WHiril
for a visit to the military mis.
slons and advisory groups in
five Latin American countries.
Mrs. Harrison is accompany
ing ine oenerai. omers m tne.
oniciai party are Brig. Gen.
Louis V. Hlghtower, chief of
staff of the U.S. Army. Carib
bean, and a group of staff offi officers
cers officers from the Command. Harri Harrison
son Harrison plans to return Aug. 31..
ra yfS rs 7P pjj 1 1 in fiiini
HI fill It 1 f 1 mi VVBViVt 11 II 1911 II
know the truth md the country is ae,.- Abraham Uneoln.
PANAMA, It. r THURSDAY, AUGUST 1956
through a tough civil rlghtsi
plank. The action triggered a
convention walkout by some
southerners and the formation
of a "Dlxlecrat' third party,
Fqrmer President Truman.sald
today he expects, to announce
his personal choice lor the Dem
ocratic presidential nomination
before the party's national con convention
vention convention opens Monday.
Mr. Truman made the disclos
ure at a news conference short shortly
ly shortly after arriving here by train
from Kansas City. He received a
rousing welcome from a big
crowd, an arm-around-t k e e-shoulder
shoulder e-shoulder greeting from front
runner Adlai E. Stevenson and a
warm greeting from supporters
of Gov. Averell Harrlman.
Harrlman has not arrived here
When he stepped off the train,
Mr. Truman declared himself
"neutral" in the battle for the
Two hour later, v the former
President said he hopes to
reach a conclusion on his choice
for tne nomination before the
At that time, he said he mill
"let the people kiow" where he,
He was asked at this nolnt If
he has decided to support Stev
enson. ' ... .
Mr. Truman replied that he
was making no announcement
today. Asked if he is against any
candidate, he laughed and
"Yes, I'm against me
Mr. Truman then wa askM
if his opening remark meant
tnat ne definitely planned to
cnuurse a canaiaaie neiore me
"I will let th neonle Vhnw for
whom I stand." he said.-
"I'm not a prophet, not evenj
a aeiegate this year," the former
rresiaent. saia. ..
Stevenson rode with Mr. Trn.
man to the Sheraton-Blackstone
Hotel where the former Prsi.
dent wiU stay. Stevenson's chief
opponent for the nomination.
Gov. Averell Harrlman of., New
yorit was not In town.
Hopes Fading For
277 Miners Caught
In Mine Disaster
t MARCINELLE, Belgium, Aug. 9
Vn) . Rescue workers sea sealed
led sealed off six "death chambers"
the Bitter Heart coal mine today
in the grim hope that, the sute
death of 25 more miners there
would increase chances of sur survival
vival survival of many others trapped far
Hopes were slim. Nearly all of
the 277 caught in Belgium's bie-
ssi iiiiub uisnaicr were icirea
dead Rescue workers hamper hamper-ed
ed hamper-ed by raging fire that broke out
anew today reached the 2.500
foot level where 0 men were re
ported missing, but found that
, only 22 of 277 miners trap
collapsed. : i
.-"; Only 22 of 277 miners tra-
ped. by fire early vesterdav had
nenn Drought to the ton
snau eany today.
Nine of those
were dead, leaving only 13 known
to ne anver-
The fire, which for a while was
believed to be dyma out. broke!
out again in both main shafts
the mine early today. Rescue wor
kers trying to reach the lower le
vel of the ..mine 3,500 feet below
the surface sealed off the open openings
ings openings of sin blazing tunnels with
sand and "glass wool" insulation
Bids were opened "Wednesday
morning by the Panama Canal
Company for interior painting of
seven apartments and three nous
es in the Pacific side towns.
woA. The other- companies which
submitted bids were Anthonv Lee
geire, Daniel Rojas, and Tropical
Paint Companyi ( r s
Apartments to be painted in-
clude. Nos. og. ,nd 0585-A. An
eon: No. mes-F. mn.R hi.y.r
.Balboa, and No. 5524D, Diablo
. The bouses which will be paint painted
ed painted are: No. 219 in Anton, aft" Not.
0811 and 3209 in Balboa.
But his adherents were pres
ent at the railroad station to
greet Mr. Truman. .;.
on several occasions Harri-
man's supporters moved Into a
picture setup in a manner that
tended to block Stevenson,, .who
was standing by Mr. Truman's
Stevenson said he was meet
ing the former president to "pay
Pay Own Vay
One of the first Questions asked
of the Canal Zone. Democratic
territorial committee.' it was an
nounced by a local spokesman, was
aoout tne expenses oi the dele
gates to the Democrat!; National
Convention in Chicago which opens
rne committee considers this a
fan question even though it re
ferred to a "junket." A spokesman!
for the Committee points out that
the delegates and their alternates
all pay their own expenses. This
includes their transportation and
hotel bills and any other costs in
cident to attending the convention.
"They will represent the Canal
Zone," the spokesman added, "at
no cost to any one but t n em
selves." -,.:fw.i; :''..
The Democratic National Com
mittee has no funds for payment
of such expenses and probably win
be hard-pressed to pay the costs
of the convention, the spokesman
stated. It would be another sto
ry if the rich Republican Party
granted representation to the Ca
nal Zone. There is little doubt, ac
cording to the territorial Commit
tee, that the expenses of delegates!
to a Republican convention would
be paid. .,, ,.: :
The Democratic Party is a
poor party financially" the
spokesman said." it does not nave
General Motors, the Ford Compa
ny, the Duponts, and the many
millionaires, who contribute to the
Republican Party.: .The Republi
cans already have -collected $500
for every dollar received by the
"Generally, elections cannot be
bought in the United States," the
spokesman said, "but the party
with the most money can buy the
most1 and best radio and TV ta
lent and time, the most newspa
per advertising, the most publici
ty, and the most of everything
from special trains to car stickers
and campaign buttons."
At f orhey; CZ tour!
Assesses $2C3 Fee
' When the damage suit of Dario
Seirano versus Paul Douglass
Olassburn was called in U. S. Dis
trict 'Court yesterday, the attor
ney for the plaintiff had an odd
experience to recount.
Attorney Woodrow de Castro
said he understood his client Se
rrano had gone over to the home
of the defendant,' Glassburn, and
I had come to a settlement of the
matter with the aid of defendant's
attorney William J. Sheridan, Jr.
t ue castro said ne naani seen
his client in some time.
Sheridan admitted an agree-
of, ment had been reached.
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe said
this was -only the second time in
his legal experience that he had
heard of a client bypassing his
He recalled that in that instance
the Court had awarded him
After argument bv counsel.
fee of $200 was assessed for De
Castro's firm and the case was
Be Italy's First
f'red of ironmg shirts, wiU be the
first woman to oba'ain a taxi driv
er's ucensa in Italy, it was an
nounced yesterday, v
f "I am planning to give a fema'e
touch to my taxicab she said.
"Passengers will find American
cigarettes to smoke, newspaoers
ana macaunes to read, a soray
ot manlike perfume in case they
are going to a date and even
few candy drops."
my respects...! always do when
the president comes to Chica
go." V,. .i, ,f-
Also nresent at the atatlnn
were Lloyd Benefleld and Mrs.
India Edwaras, co-cirectors of
the Harrlman for President
-"I never saw such a welcome,"
Mr. Truman beamed. ;
From all sides there were calls
of "HI Harry 1" "W e 1 c o m e
nomei -'-ft- a
Girls 6, Bdys'5
&IX eirls and five -bov wrt'J.nn'. fi nffiMat arunt
S? irgasf HosPlUl durwg
iJ ZZX i ,a"c"10 J",c
tea ana l81:wer nisrharmn -.
parents of the girl babies follow:
any twulVD MU aUUl VOOvO VI U1C
ir. ana Mrs. s. veiasquez,. of
Chilibre;; Captc and Mrs. D. BJ
Hayes, of Farf an; Warrant Officer!
and Mrs. J. L. Fuell, of Albrook:
Mr. and Mrs., E. L; Simmons, of
t-ninore; Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Fran
cis, of Panama; and Lt and Mrs.
R. B. Allen of Ft. Kobbe.
Boys were born to the following:
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ruiz, of Pana Panama
ma Panama Citv: Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Still-
well, of Coco Solito: Lt. and Mrs.
W. C. Harvey, of Ft. Kobbe; Mr.
and' Mrs. J. E. MitcheU, of Pans
ma; and Mrs. and Mrs.
Blandtord, of Lacona.
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The battle over the blame for
the Andrea Doria-Stockholm col collision
lision collision raged on today with a
charge by the Italian Line that
the "fault of the Stockholm was
The Italian Line issued a
statement replying to a federal
court petition filed by the swed-
lsn American une yesieraay
charging the Andrea Doria was
to blame for the collision that
sent her to the bottom of the
Atlantic causing la feared 52
deaths. ) r ,rr
Giusenne All. general manag
er of the Italian Line in the U S.
and Canada, charged tnat tne
Stockholm was traveling off
course In a fog. failed to sound
tor slenals and cnanged course
directly Into collision with the
''AW said the Andrea Doria,
29 million dollar pride of the
Italian merchant fleet, had
been traveling art reduced
speed in fog for eight hours
before the crash at 11:29 p.m.
July 25 and had been using
radar since 3 p.m. -v'v
The Swedish American charg
es filed yesterday said the colli collision
sion collision took place on a clear, moon moonlit
lit moonlit night after the Stockholm
had held the Andrea Doria in
view from a distance of two
miles. The Swedes claimed iat
Stockholm 's moved over to give
the Andrea Doria a wider perm
but that the Doria turned In
front of the Stockholm, causing
the collision. "t "' -Jdi
denied this' as a "legal
maneuver" bV the Swedish line
of what happened the night of
July 25, when the two snips coi'
IT. j t.
glided 45 miles off Nantucket Is-
attorneys, who have
. made a very extensive investi
gation of the tacts relating io
the collision, advised me that
thi full resoonsibiVty of the
Stockholm will be established,?
.The facts J are : that the
Stockholm was traveling about
30 miles to the north of its prop
er route, directly In the path of
westbound ships. The Andrea
Doria, traveling at reduced
speed in fog for a period oi eignt
hours prior to the accident, had
been using Its radar equipment
ICHX SKITS RACE CEXTRY
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DON : NICOLI
since 3 p.m. of the day of tht
"Although the Stockholm de denies
nies denies it. she had been traveling
in fog for a. substantial time al-
so. The Doria spotted a vessel in
Its path at a considerable dis
tance, out on a tracs mat pass passed
ed passed starboard to starboard, not
port to port as claimed by the
Swedish American Line.
"Cpt. Piero CalamaL who
had been on the bridge of the
Doria since the ship entered
the fog area, changed his
coarse to port to insure even
more room for passing, and
this maneuver should have let
the two ships pass in safety,
"However, instead of remain remaining
ing remaining on its course, or it, too, veer veering
ing veering to port, the Stockholm as is
now admitted by the Swedish
American Line, veered to star starboard
board starboard and toward the Doria,
without reducing its speed of 18
knots per hour.
"Its bow plowed Into the side
of the Doria a distance of 30 to
Reckless driving on Thatcher
Street in La Boca brought a $15
fine for Willie Dean Duhon, 21,
an American soldier, when he
appeared in .Balboa Magistrate's
Another soldier, Jos Nlves,
40, a Puerto Rican, was fined $15
for turning his vehicle without
safety. ; ,,
David Wilmanth Lindsay, Al,,
Jamaican, was fined $5 for park
ing his car headed in tne wrong
Levi Pollard, 32," Panamanian
paid a $5 fine for starting his
bus without safety.
Imposition of sentence was
suspended for Zedeklah Natha- j
niel Berry, 38, Panamanian. H
was found guUty of driving a
bus without a valid operator
license. ' "J1
Tranqullina Tranco, 24, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was fined-$10 for Ti- i
voli Commissary trespass. .;
Ramon Morrero, 30, American, :
was convicted of driving on the
wrong side of the road, but im-
position of sentence was sus-
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