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CANADIAN XVII I SKY
"Let th people kno the trglh mul th country is WH Jhrmktm Untoliu
PANAMA,' R. P, SATUBOAT, AUGUST H, 1956
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Ad I ai Wants i Harry
In Neutral Corner
,l Ex-Prcsidcnt Announces Choice Later Today
s CHICAGO,'' Aug. 11 (UP) Adlai E.. S Stevenson expressed hope today that former
President Truman will stay in i neutral c orner in the scrap for the Democratic Pres-
idential nomination ' : :
Stevenson said he believed lie could win -the party's top prize whether Mr. Tru Truman
man Truman endorsed him or his chief foe,, New York Gov.. Averell Harriman, in an announce announcement
ment announcement slated for this afternoon.
For Their Man
CHICAGO, Aug. U (UP) -Sup-nnrten
of Gov.Ayerell Harriman
today predicted a public endorse
ment by former President Truman
pmild clinch the party's Presiden
tial nomination for the New York
governor. :'. .;' j.--
Campaign managers for Harri
man claimett a "revoH naa.oroK naa.oroK-en
en naa.oroK-en out among delegates counted
earlier by Adlai Stevenson.
Mr. Truman, thay said, could
put tht finishing touches en tha
swing away from Sttvenson by
naming Harriman his ftverita.
- Th former Prasidtnt was tx-
t m rimmawa to m.H Kmwn n, Mtwivw
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s7:ry f r" confaranca later in the
'While we have had no direct
word from President Truman; we
feel certain he will name Govern
or Harriman," a spokesman at
-V-'l''K '"lami. Hid hi rp-i tn irrant.
v aniL:has become desperate ami
iyr Harriman, and aeveral of his
i ramnaien manaeers called on Mr.
Truman yesterday. They includedi
national committeeman Carmine
Desapio of New York, Samuel I.
' Rosenman, former Trumaa politk
cal adviser, and Lloyd uenetieui,
national Harriman campaign direc
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i-j Thay camt away without e
:' commitmant, but the way thy
,. tttpptd-up their campaign 'or
- dalagatat indicated they had r
-caivad om ancouragtmtnt.
The government and his rcpre rcpre-I
I rcpre-I sentatives talked with scores of
,? delegates, many of them from
. states considered pro-Stevenson.
' Benefield said Russell W, Thomp
' son. a member of the bix PennsvV
vania delegation, reported some of
his colleagues were "cooling-off on
This situation is similar to
what we have found in many, oth-lto
EIG PUSH WEST-Harry Mcndenhall, of El Dorado, Ark;
dutifully pushes his wife in wheel chair as they go through
TL Scott, Kan., en route to Hollywood. Mrs. Mendenhall is
unable to walk, but they have used this same mode of travel
for long-distance trips in the past Hoping to complete the
2,000-mile Journey inside of 10 weeks, the Mendenhalls want
to appear on a television show when they reach. the movie
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But the former. Ulionis govern
or said it was "my guess'' that
Mr. Truman would "do what he's
always done, which is to be neu
"I think it is Quite probable that
he will announce he has no choice
between Harriman and myself,"
Mevenson told reporters last mgnt.
Stevenson said he had no inside
word. HU campaign manager,
James A. Flnnegan, made the
same report alter meeting Air.
Trum an yesterday.
. "We are about as confused as
you 7 are,'V Finnegaa told report
ers. '-V '., ::
While his staff sat on pins and
needles' awaiting the world from
the ex-f resident, Stevenson sched
uled another round of meetings
with delegates, party leaders and
convention visitors in his hotel
Gov. Marvin Griffin of Georgia
was among the callers who made
appointments with Stevenson .to
day, and Gov. -J P.. Coleman of
Mississippi was listed as a possible
visitor, it was certain that Steven
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L If VVlllMUIM
MIAMI, 'Aujf. 11 (UP) A Ml-
"w 4au vc. iiuj m tuiti.
from her fifth husband, dancer
Ed Begley, on the ground that
she has not established a Florl
Judge Stanley Milledge' said
Miss Raye had made nightclub
appearances here many times in
the past few years but he found
no evidence of "intent to re
side."- Three months' residence
The divorce action on the
ground of desertion was revealed
yesterday.. Milledge said Nick
Condus, the comedienne's fourth
husband and present manager,
was present at the unpublicized
nearine last Saturday.
Shortly before Miss Raye filed
for divorce action against the
32-year-old Begley, she was sued
for alienation of affections by
a Connecticut woman, Mrs. Bar.
bara Anne O'Shea. 2n.
Mrs. O'Shea charged the com
edienne had "captivated"
husband, Robert.. 29. a $4,500 a
year Westoort. Conn., natrolman
who resleneri his lnh and" name
Miami Beach as Miss Raye's
son's views on eivil rights would
oe a topic of discussion.
Stevenson aroused some South
erners early this week, when he
remarked in a television' interview
that he felt the platform should
include "unequivocal approval'' of
tne supreme tourt decision on de desegregation
segregation desegregation of the schools.
A reporter asked Stevenson-yesterday
if he thought he could win
s second chance to oppose Presi President
dent President Eisenhower next November
if Mr. Truman does not come out
tor him. Stevenson hesitated.
"My, I don't know," he said
finally. "I am not too familiar
with all this calculation of dele
gates. I m not tog well informed.
But I think so." x
Both Stevenson and Harriman
held separate huddles with Mr.
Truman earlier. Each left with
avowed high hopes of gaining the
powerful support of the former
President but with no concrete
Air. iruman, wno rode into a
second term on a ""give 'em hell'
campaign in 1948, has seemed to
lavor Harriman s more militant
approach to the forthcoming cam
paign. But he has said for the
record only that he expects to
disclose his. choice this afternoon.
Finnegaa' told reporters, howev
er, uiai a. am optimistic enough
to believe" Stevenson can capture
me nomination in next week's con.
vention even: if Mr. Truman
throws his admittedly influential
support to Harriman.
. lie has said JaioVtnjwa.Vi';;! have-
more than 600 of the 6864 votes
needed for nomination when the
Democrats hold, their first ballot
Harriman'a strategy Is to block
Stevenson in tne early rounds and
then build up his own eandidacv.
Even the most enthusiastic Har Harriman
riman Harriman rooters taking part in pre pre-convention
convention pre-convention meneuvering jiere are
resigned to the fact that an en endorsement
dorsement endorsement of Stevenson by Mr.
rw , ..... . ..
iiuman wouia cm on tne new
S!:!o D:pf. Firm
Oa CannLig Travel
To Red China
- WASHINGTON, Aug. 11 (UP) -The
State Department reiterated
today there has been "no change
in its ban on travel by American
newsmen to Red China despite
strong protests from newspaper,
press associations and radio net"
A spokesman, said1 the protests
will be answered officially soon.
The department earlier this week
refused -to lift its ban on travel
to Red China. The refusal came
after the Peiping regime, ending
its ewn seven-year ban on U. S.
correspondents, invited 15 U. S.
news organizations to send repre representatives
sentatives representatives for a month's visit be be-Eininc
Eininc be-Eininc the end of August.
The department said it coull
not permit Americans to travel in
Communist China while 11 U. 5,
citizens are being held there a-
gainst their will 10 of them n
Red jails. ..
Representatives of leading news
and radio organizations have offi officially
cially officially protested the department's
refusal to" permit acceptance f
the Peiping offer. :
C::rri!l3 Arjns Kiil
15, Injure 14 Arabs
v ALGIERS, Aug. 11 (UP) '-. A
blast apparently caused by the
explosion of a guerrilla arms
cache wrecked six houses in the
native quarter here today, kit-!
ling at least u Araoraod taju
ring 14. ---r.! .. r -:r-
The two-story masonry house
whci3 the explosion apparently
occurred was virtually disintegra disintegrated
ted disintegrated by the blast. Five nearby i
homes in tne notorious "Casban"
section were reduced to heaps
of twisted timbers and crumbling
The blast broke windows
throughout the quarter and tore
iron shutters off some shops. j
Police surmised at first that
explosion was caused by a bomb
in an effort to teronze loyal na
tives, : but investigation convi convi-ced
ced convi-ced them it was accidental. They
said the force of the explosion was
too great have been caused by
any possessed by the guerrillas.
LONDON, Aug. 11 (UP) -Brit
ain today officially rejected Rus
sia's demands that next week's
London Suez conference be post postponed,
poned, postponed, expanded to include more
Communist and Arab nations," and
shifted to Cairo. r
The British rejection was con contained
tained contained in a note dispatched to
Moscow this morning, following
daylong consultations yesterday be
tween London, Paris and Wash
ington, a foreign office spokesman
The Soviet' suggestions for
changes in the scheduled London
conference on internationalization
of the Sues Canal were contained
in a vague communication sent to
London Thursday night. t
The communication a declara declaration
tion declaration of the Soviet position and a
covering diplomatic note was
so worded that for a time British
officials were not certain that it
constituted a Soviet acceptance to
the parley. s
However, the foreign office
spokesman said today that it was
expected Russia would send a re representative
presentative representative to the London talks
which start Aug. 16.
The foreign office declined to
disclose the contents of the mes
sage sent to Moscow today.
Britain, France and the United
States invited 24 nations to attend
next week's conference. Egypt was
the only Arabian nation included.
In its acceptance note delivered
Aug; 9, Moscow fisted an addition
al 22 nations wnicn li suggested
should be included among the par participants.
ticipants. participants. It also suggested the con-
Al.!: "!ir.cc-L prri
Army medics are trained or
most any eventuality, butt Pfc
Marcus Duncan of the Fort Gu Gu-lick
lick Gu-lick dispensary was stymied mo momentarily
mentarily momentarily when, he discovered
"Cindy," a trl-colored cat. had
given birth to two kittens
Wednesday morning In the back
of his ambulance, v
After recovering -from the In Initial
itial Initial shock, -Duncan thought it
wise to seek some advice since
he couldn1 recall an AR"
which cover such happenings.
After consultation with mem members
bers members of the medical staff, it was
decided the new arrivals should
be adopted since "Mom's" home,
for the most part, is in the
drain between the post dispen dispensary
sary dispensary and the- US AR CARD3
School Automotive buildings.
' SP3 Arthur Tyler, from the
same unit, volunteered to adopt
them. Prescribing a .formula
and, then, feeding them with
any ,eye dropper, they ,are
healthy and apparently happy.
,"Mrs. Puss,", no doubt -used
maternal Intuition in giving
birth to her family In the am ambulance
bulance ambulance v since, in case of an
emergency, she could have made
a fast trip to the veterinarian.
Training! a la Tcrzcn
Eleven men and an officer
left Fort Kobbe in the darkness
early last Thursday morning for
darker lands ahead a little
known section of the Darien
country 'that has seldom been
penetrated before, v v
Cooperating with the Darien
Sub-committee!- entrusted with
the task of exploring possible
routes for1 ;the Fan-American
highway, the group of men of
the 20th Infantry regiment's
Jungle-wise Intelligence and Re Reconnaissance
connaissance Reconnaissance platoon expected
to reach their proposed base
camp at EL..CP'tana by Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Accompanying them will be
a"team pr vided by the subcommittee,-
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Tomas Quardla Jr., Director
of the Cartographic Institute -for
Panama, made a 'trip following
a similar route -last year.
Other small parties have cone
through the area into the city
of Turbo, Colombia. .
The Indians have given their
assurance they will allow the
team to pass freely. ."Sonny
Brlffs," chief of the largest
Cuna tribal group In the area,
was contacted by Lt. Robert E.
Downen, leader of the Infan
Of talk Site
ference should be postponed to the
end of August, and shifted to some
place like Cairo.
In an Informal "clarification" to
a United Press reporter, yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, Soviet diplomats turned that
Moscow might not send a deleca
tion to the London talks unless its
suggested modifications were met.
However, the foreign office sook
esman today indicated Britain.feels
the Kremlin actually will attend
Earlier. Radio Moscow continued
the Soviet propaganda line by say saying
ing saying that any attempt by Britain
ana r ranee io wresi ine sue can canal
al canal from Egypt by force would
create a real "threat to peace."
Bbltlad Space Air
Caq;M 75 Miles Up
WASHINGTON, Aug. 11 (UP)
u. a. scientist are studying six
bottles of f'thin air" captured by
rockets at the borderline of space.
The Army disclosed yesterday
that if had captured 48 quarts of
the stuff. It said scientists are
examining the air in tests which
might "pave the way for flights
of fjture misiles, manmade moons
ana even space ships." ;
. The' air samples were collect.
ed in steel bottles carried to an
altitude of 75 mnes in the noses of
two Navy Aerobee rockets launch
ed from. White Sands Proving
Ground a. JU., this week,
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The "spaelat tpaca bUlti"e bUlti"e-pnd
pnd bUlti"e-pnd the' rockets reached
puk altitude. Whan thty snip.
. pad shut, each had trapped eight
quarters of air, according te
tht Army Signal Carpi,
, The air is thin that if m
pressed to the density af.the
normal air you breathe, the
whole 41 quarts would will less
than a cubic inch. '..;'.'
-Signal Corps scientists at Fort
Monmouth, N. Ji aaid these "on
ly existing samples of pure au
from very high altitudes are ex
pected to help "unravel basic my
steries in rocketry ana ; geophysics."-,.'
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Analysis of the samples, taking
several months, should help to
prove "whether or not common
cases begin separating Into lay
ers" at the altitude where the air
was trapped. ...
Samples, will be analyzed at
the University of Michigan, Some
also will be sent to the Max
Planck Institute for Chemistry at
Mainz, Germany. ; .,,
WASHINGTON, Aug. 11 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The government yesterday gave
steel mills shut down by the re
cent strike until Sept. 30 to fill
defense orders that called for de delivery
livery delivery on or before Aug. 31.
The Commerce Department aid
any mill unable to complete deli deliveries
veries deliveries by the deadline must in inform
form inform the department immeidately.
try group, and 'representatives
from the Sbb-committte.
.Up and down the length of
the Bayano River, under the
heavy mist that day and night
shrouds the area, the Indians
have been told of the party's ap-
, Afc two o'clock Friday after
noon, the group attempted to
rhake their first radio contact
with Fort Kpbbe. The extensive
coordinating network will at
that time hear first reports on
how the group Is progressing.
And what of that first day in
the Jungle? '. :. ...
It was expected to be a busy
one for the hardy group of men
who some day will be able to
look back proudly at the ro'e
they played In forging the great
Highway from Alaska to Chile.
Cutting a path from the riv river
er river back into tiie mountains,
the group attempted to find
some natural terrain feature
to aid them in the long trip
All about the Bayano River
lie the flood plains. Water up
to three r four feet In depth
extends at times over much of
the area. Forestry so dense
thai little light penetrates is
H.Y. DAILY NEWS:
P C PROPOSALS
NEW' YORK. Aug. 11(UP)t-
The New York Dally News in an
editorial entitled "The Kremlin
Ogles Panama" says that it
hopes the United States will
brush off "Khrushchev and com
pany's wildly propaganda-loaded
Aug. 9 statement on the Suez
parley." ..; 'v;..i
The editorial adds: V
"Khrush and his pals said the
whole problem of Egyptian dic dictator
tator dictator G. A. Nasser's Sues Canal
seizure should go to the United
Nations, along with the question
of internationalizing a number
of important canals and straits
that have an International lm
portance. .wy,- 6,t;-ti vi
"The Kremlin thus Is ogling
the Panama canal, along with
the Dardanelles, the Formosa
Strait,' the Skagerrak and Kat Kattegat,
tegat, Kattegat, and maybe such is Com
munist Impudence the. English
Channel. -. .., r
"Soviet Russia would dearly
love to have these and other
strategic waterways Interna Internationalized;
tionalized; Internationalized; -and the 'UN easily
mignt consent.';;;"; ;"!, v,.,'.
; "Well, the cases of the Pana Pana-ma'
ma' Pana-ma' and Suez Canals are radl
cally different The United
States built the former with its
own- money, under a lease from
the country through which the
Canal runs. Nobody rise has a
shadow of a claim to lt :
"Let's Just turn down this
Kremlin suggestion .with the
cold contempt it calls for." v
ta To ILL Jlli KQ-
ln SI. Frcncis 11:1:1
WASHINGTON.. Aug. 11 (UP)
The White House announced
today that President Eisenhower
will make the St; Francis Hotel
his personal headquarters while
attending the Republican con
vention in ean Francisco.
The President Is scheduled to
appear- before the convention
during Its fourth day, Aug. 23.
White House press secretary
Murrav Snyder said he assumes
Mr. Eisenhower will go to san
Francisco In advance and will
spend one nlsht at the St. Fran
cis bpfnrn ., hli convention bdi
Mr. Elsenhower plans to spend
a few days after the OOP con
vention at Monterrey, Calif. ;
Twelfth Victim s
Of A-Bomb Dies
HIROSHIMA. Japan. Aug. It -(UP)
- Emiko Hayashi, 14, died
of acute leukemia yeiterdav tnd
became this year's 12th victim of
the Hiroshima atom, bomb. Doc Doctors
tors Doctors said she developed leukemia!
list February as the result of ra radiation
diation radiation injuries. ' :.
rom this the veterans of the
Jungle attempted to carve a
channel, 'one that can be used
by the mass of surveyors sure to
The men set out well prepared
for their difficult mission. Two
storm boats and a motorboat
are among the crafts at their
disposal. In possible, flood emer emergencies
gencies emergencies five-man. rubber rafts
will be dropped by helicopter.
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i Extensive as these prepara preparations
tions preparations were, this Is but the first
phase of a reconnaissance ex,
pected to last well into spring.
Traveling by foot on" a route
that will generally parallel, the
river, the group hopes to reach
the headwaters of the Rio Ba Bayano
yano Bayano by mid-September.
At that time the party will aU
tempt to establish the feasibili feasibility
ty feasibility of continuing along the Chu Chu-cunaque
cunaque Chu-cunaque River towards the Co Colombian
lombian Colombian border.
.The length of time necessary
to extend the Pan-American
Highway through the Darien
country, has been est mated at
ten years. The present trip is
merely the first early recon reconnaissance.
naissance. reconnaissance. The Highway la ex expected
pected expected to be completed .from,
. ... '.'
. CAIRO, Aug. 1 1 (Uf) Informed sources said today
Egypt is determine to demolish the Suez Canal if Britain
and France decide to seize it by force.
f The said today's London press report that the Egyp Egyptians
tians Egyptians "will destroy the Canal rather than let it pass out of
our control" is d fair representation of official opinion on
the tjuestion:'; v- ?Jv ; i '; "A 'i,;1
At the same time, it was announced that two Britons
have been expelled from Egypt on undisclosed charges."
The Shell Oil Co. said Arthur Hawke and Henry Peu Peu-leve,
leve, Peu-leve, chief engineer and personnel manager respectively
of its Suez refinery, were arrested Thursday and put a
board the London-bound tanker Caprella yesterday.
: ; In the British capital, Hawke and Peuleve will rejoin
their families, who were among the 84 British women and
children evacuated from Cairo by air Thursday night
"The Shell executives are the
second and third Britons to be
expelled from Egypt since the
Sues crisis flared up. ?
' t'fton primer of the ton-'
dou Daily xpt jwa kicked
out of Cairo last week for "un "un-objecttve
objecttve "un-objecttve reporting." .' At the
same time-Issa el Korash'. an
Kgyptlao, was ordered to quit
his lob. as correspondent lor
the New York Dally News.;
EvDt mobilized doctors and
medical j iiippllea on an emer emergency
gency emergency footing today to "Uneet
any- eventuality.";;; -:..;ifrj: f
The newspaper ; A Ahram
warned Britain would have to
pass over the "dead bodies" of
33 million Egyptians to interna internationalize
tionalize internationalize the vital waterway..
Rallies were held throughout
the country to' boost recruiting
for the "liberation army" an announced
nounced announced by President Oamal
Abdel Nasser last night..; ;
The Red Crescent -Society,
Egypt's equivalent of the Red
Cross, proclaimed a state ef
emergency for Its own organiza organization.
tion. organization. It canceled leaves and an
nounced Its resources were beng
mobilized "to meet any even eventuality."
The Egyptian Health Ministry
canceled leaves for its doctors,
told physicians In border areas
to stand by and ordered the
number of hospital beds dou
bled. '. .-",.'"-:,";.,
Reports reaching Cako from
Damascus, cap'tal ef Syria,
said a general strike through through-oat
oat through-oat the Arab world has been
called for Aug. 16, the sched scheduled
uled scheduled open'ng of the interna international
tional international conference on the Sues
crisis in London. . .
Alaska as far as Panama in
Trie mala work of th men of
the 20th Infantry will carry
them. In the Initial' phase, north
of the large Indian reservation
In the area. The second phase,
however plans for which Lt.
Downen hopes to complete In
September will necessitate co coordination
ordination coordination with the Choco In Indian
dian Indian tribes further .south. ; i
.'.Phase Two, down along the
Chucunaque Valley, is expect expected
ed expected U be far more difficult..
Leaving- wlta Lt Downen
last Thursday morning were
Sgt. Car r. Stevens, gjt. WI-,
liara H. Irwin, Sgt. James FV
Prosser, Sp3 Ernest J. Border,
SpS Richard R, Raymond, Pfe
Henry R. Zachary, Pfe Donald
Leraer, pfe Donald H, Cole-,
man, Pvt. William B. Ferry
and rvt. Carl S. Gerald. Thty
will not be completely cat off
from civilization as mall will
be flown la by helicopter.
The present operation is an another
other another of the history-making mis missions
sions missions of the Fort Kobbe Infan Infantry,
try, Infantry, previous years have seen
"Operation OOld Road,", "Oper "Operation
ation "Operation Balboa," and most re recently
cently recently "Operation No-Sweat"
Egyptian newspapers said tht
"Arab-Syrian organization for
aid to Egypt" called for the
strike as a "sign of Arab oll oll-darity
darity oll-darity and determination to de defend
fend defend the futurr 'of. the Arab
motherland." V. t
45,C:3 Sslk ShcU
To Resell Pn:ma :
Early llexl Week
First Lady Mrs. Olga Arias an announced
nounced announced today on her arrival
from Washington that Panama
would receive a shipment of
5000 vials of Balk vaccine from
the United States next week,
The 5000 vials represent 45,000
shots. Presidential press secre secretary
tary secretary Pedro (Pico; A. Diaz, who
accompanied Mrs. Arias on: her
visit to Washington, said today
the shipment would arrive early
next week' and Inoculation, of
Fanamanlan children would be begin
gin begin within At hours. t,
Mrs. Arias flew to Washing
ton Monday night to negotiate
the llfilng of restrictions en
Ealk vaccine exports. Her efforts
led to the vaccine shipment
which will arrive- here next
week.-.',. ;?s:;V'-r -:
''The Panamanian First Lady
and her party, which, in addi addition
tion addition to Diaz, included her secre secretary
tary secretary and newsman-councilman-elect
Samuel Lewis Jr., express expressed
ed expressed satisfaction today over; the
manner In which they were re received
ceived received by Washington officials. -Yesterday,
Mrs. Arias met
President and Mrs. Eisenhower
anU was taken on a tour of the
White House by the President
Diaa revealed that they fore ;
especially grateful to Col.
Charles Bruce. Canal- Zone
Health, director who was In
Washington on Canal business,
for the aid he gave Mrs. Arias
and her (party in making ap appointments
pointments appointments and In helping to
convince Washington health of of-liclals
liclals of-liclals of" the urgent need for
Salk iuoeulations in Panama:
No, Scys Morilyni
To TVd Lysistrata
For Briton Hibrow.
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. LONDON, Aug. 11 (UP) lf,ri lf,ri-lyn
lyn lf,ri-lyn Monroe .was-offered the lead leading
ing leading -role in a television play drip dripping
ping dripping with culture but she turned
it down yesterday.
' The r 1 1 1 1 h Broadcasting
Cerp., tiked if the would star in
modem version of Aristophanes-
"Lysiitreta,? a 2,000-year
14 Creek play about a woman
who ptrauadet wives to desert
their husbands until thay step
wars, i '. ;
The BBC wanted to present it
on the ultra-highbrow "Third Pro Program."
gram." Program." 1
"l would certainly hke to play
it some day, but my commitments'
In the 'Sleeping Prince' make it
impossible to consider at the mo
menU" she said.
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Mil r Lai tan ate mkliifctj is tha etaa tacMVM.
fleaie In to keaa the tcrtn hmi te Ml bnfltb.
Irfssrttt ai Itttar write n k MM hi itfktest ceaKe'eace.
Ttm Mtnaapct mow?. m tasswuibiiirr fa -atatsaMatt a aeiaieai
Ktmua ia krtcri freia r.T.
THE MAIL BOX
'm.. rirt ,n.w..lct etti.aKtn
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ami merchant and government. Now I don't believe they are
the. guilty ones at all. I thin that the "Joe-dld-it game i is
being played (someone goofs end then suggests, or let the
rumors out, that "Joe-dld-it." Thus some poor sucker gets the
blame and the guilty one goes tree.) y I ": ; .
Seeing all those commercials makes Joe Doe want to have
some of the better things of We things not usually avail.
able down here, .so, Knowing tnas ignorance uiecu vuuvcu. vuuvcu.-ment,
ment, vuuvcu.-ment, the Commissary big-wigs mho don't want to change their
pre-war purchasing set-up, sorts' needles the Army big-wigs to
eliminate those lustful commercials, i i V
And thea there is the crowd that has nothing more to do
down here than sit around anl write co-and-don't regulations,
and' other things to harrass the employes until he Is about to
t.h hreaklna- noinL This arroun knows that If Joe Doe sees
enough of those good things, he might Just decided he has had
enough and quit, going back where he can enjoy his liberty.
So,-they too don't want the coaunerciais knowing that supres supres-Jsion
Jsion supres-Jsion of knowledge means Ignorance which in turn means a
kinda passive contentment y '
Maybe if we were permitted to see those commercials, we d
go Into Panama and buy mors, knowing that such things are
not -available in the Zone. So Panama would profit.
I've got gripes but not this one as I don't have a TV set.
Maybe I'll tell you about some o them sometime.
, Iv Gript
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I get so disgusted with the people who are always complain complaining
ing complaining bout the TV in the Canal Zone. Aren't people satisfied?
It t(ok long enough for the people to even get It. Now some something
thing something is always wrong with it. .: : ; -;.. :
3t tickles me to read all the complaints concerning the re removal
moval removal of commercials. In the States the majority of viewers
bemban the fact that they have to see the commercials.
It you listen to CFN radio, you will notice that there are
no commercials before or after the programs. I believe that
onelof the rules CFN has to observe is to use ho commercials
Whasevr"l people who have written to the Mall Box aboufthe
televlsloD. situation expressed tne desire to hear from the serv service
ice service men working at CFN-TV. By rules of etiquette one should
not rtply to an unsigned letter. Attached to this week s radio
' and! television schedule was the note. L 4
Your eomments on this (meaning the reason why TV
scheduled programs are sometimes substituted at the last mo moment)
ment) moment) and other matters are very much appreciated. Write
CFN, Box 10, Fort Clayton. However be sure to note a return
address If you want a reply." ; '.
I think that. If anyone has any more problems, the boys
nut a t Fort Clayton could and would be glad to answer them.
..h A GHOST OF
Stateside audiences will be
ii ki. ,l,ico .Tnact nf
However, Sullivan hospitalized in an automobile accident
' late last Sunday will make his weekly TV appearance ex ex-.
. ex-. cluslvely before grateful Canal Zone and Panama viewers.
The game Sullivan, sprained ribs tnd a,ll, will be on at his
usual 8 p.m. time. '. s V
, Medical Interlude
'if the Commlssarv Division
per week nignt work, why should they pay only the U. S. Raters
two (2) hours Night Differential and not the Local Raters?
The law states that any time after 6:00 p.m., an employe
Is entitled to two (2) hours deferential pay.
Please see, Mr. Governor, fiat Justice Is done.
. Qui Pasa
UNCOWED CALF-Taking to a strange diet for a calf, Suiy
'hares a banana with her master, Ray Balogh, ia Grafton,'
Chip. The crazy calf thinks she's a watchdog, and acts ac ac-.
. ac-. cordingly, even to the extent of fetching the newspaper from
the mailbox. ,
"That's not i scarecrow that's my poor
rrrwtcN 12th anb 13 tm BrnrCTi
ae Imeetieat V H deesa't eaaaei th
! Sains hlftmM On the Pan
' : Maggie
THE TOWN i ;
deprived of deadpannish Ed 8ul-
the Town" wfeltlV variety ShOW
sees fit to continue the once
B4. M M.
. By VICTOR RIESEU
When the moment came this ds
Monday to whip a report- in.;'
shape on the steel stop page ir.
the President, somebody in the,
White House, was heard to taj j
that the strike is 'settled but no.;
ended' and that pickets linger on'
ii was aiso saia, won some ex exasperation
asperation exasperation that both sides are
"haggling" over pennies and tncj
strike would roll on for another!
week. : .
weu one visit Dehind-tne-scencs
at the Hotels Roosevelt and Bilt Bilt-more
more Bilt-more in New York will show why
the sleepless negotiators for Big
Steel and Big Steel Labor are ar arguing
guing arguing over pennies. To begin with,
this strike has already cost over
Every time a single penny per
hour is added to the wages of the
strikers, the bargainers add well
over $13000,000 a year to the steel
industrys payroll. Even a comma
costs big money.- ?.-. ;
I was told over at the Hotel
Roosevelt, for example, that one
comma written into the memoran memorandum
dum memorandum of agreement in the cany
morning hours of last Thursday
cost almost $1,000,000. One of the
too steel union negotiators en Mon
day was still comma chasing be
cause a misplaced or displaced i
niece of punctuation might well
cost union members over 2,000, 2,000,-C00
C00 2,000,-C00 in some future interpretation
of one of the complicated con contracts.
tracts. contracts. .,,,,- j,"
These are mighty big pennies
aira punctuation marks. J oey add
up to a total wage bill of close to
a billion dollars more for the en entire
tire entire steel industry which is a fine
victory lor the union,
You can figure that' the total
increase per hour will be S cents
by the time the new peace pact
rolls- into its third year. Thai a
package of almost $20 per week
more per man making the steel
industry workers, on the average,
the highest paid in mass industry
the aristocrats of modern fac factory
tory factory work. s
This will bring an increase not
only foe the 650,000 strikers, but
for the 350,000 more meu who
work on the metal after it is pro
duced in the big mills, These are
the steel fabricating workers.
At the end of the three years.
these steel workers will be earning
almost one billion dollars more
per year in wages and. other bene benefits
fits benefits than they are now.
Furthermore, as was predicted
in this column more than, a year
aso. the steel workers will now be
covered by the first actual Guar
anteed Annual Wage pay for 52
weeks whether 1 there v U work or
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But in Ohio and Indiana, for ex example,
ample, example, jobless workers are pro profited
fited profited from drawing supplemen
tal funds if they are on unem
ployment insurance relief from this
state. A great bulk of the steel
workers live in these states.
Therefore, the Guaranteed Annual
Wage will be useless to them be
cause they will have to make their
choice between payments from the
state or payments from the steel
companies if they are thrown out
This makes the writing of the
contracts with the Steel companies
the most complex in history. The
contracts will have to be so -writ
ten that Ohio and Indiana workers
will be able to draw from toth
the state and the companies.
That's why earlier this week
there were 47 labor-management
conferences going on simultane simultaneously
ously simultaneously at the Hotel Roosevelt. You
couldnt walk through the hotrl
without stumbling on some bar bargaining
gaining bargaining session. They were crowd
ed into everything from the
Grand Ballroom to the foyer of
the Grill, which is closed for the
summer. They were even In some
of the checkrooms." t.
From dozen rooms came the
noise of. typewriters and mimec-1
graph machines as the union
whipped up into shape its versions
of contracts. These were for ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations not only with each of
the "Big Twelve" of the steel in industry,
dustry, industry, such as U.S. Steel, Bethle Bethlehem,
hem, Bethlehem, Republic; Inland,- Youngs Youngs-town,
town, Youngs-town, etc., but also for the scores
of others in the multi-million del'
lar class but, not in' the heavy
group. So it was too at thet Hotel
Biltmore down the street. There
the industrys experts were equal
ly busy behind their own whirling
office machines. . ,
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And in each Toom the -voices
weary fronv endlesj talk, went
over the meaning of each ; word
and debated vacations, holidays
and 'unemployment pav, Tho,e of
us wno couia see na near uiis
in action suddenly realized how
far we've come from the day
when a strike was settled with the
banging of fists n .heads instead
of on reen-covereo tames.
1 1 "They Don't Hard
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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
- .; By LEE MORTIMER'
Everything s Great in the Gar-
den State: Governor Meyner has,
got a new best girl and her name
is Helen Stevenson. She's the 27-year-old
daughter of the president
oi uocriin college and she s a rei rei-atiye
atiye rei-atiye of Adlal and working on his
campaign. And the pay-off ia that
when the Democratic Guv of New
Jersey wanted to take his new gal
to see "My Fair Lady" and make
an impression on her with .the
priceless tickets, who do you think
he had to get them from? You're
right.. A Republican!
I Shoulda Stood In Bed (And So
Should You): Joe DiMaggio's last
date before frying to the Coast
was witti pretty Mona Knox at the
Villa Victor in Glen Cove, ot any
way wars wnat i was tpia'. .
and talking about TOlnfc 'reminds
me that Godfrey. Arthur that is.
had belter mount; machine guns
on nis private plane because Mar
ion Marbwe is taking Hying les-
brother, agent Charley Wendling
and the missus are at the fire fireworks
works fireworks stage over the alimony and
the "others." . Marguerite
Chapman s latest heartbeat and
if I ever hear the word heartbeat
alter September, l will scram to
a ueserv uie.
The Right to Be Red: This will
make headlines and all the bleed
ing hearts will heartbleed next
month, when the Dept. of Justice
c: plodes its newest H-Bomb to
cancel the citizenship of alt per
sons who were naturalized while
Communists, regardless of later
phony pleas that their moods or
No Tickee. No Washee: The
stereotype of the Chinese is not
true in N. Y.'s Chinatown, where
the typical businessman talks,
dresses and acts no different than
his occidental fellow member of
the Kotary, Lions or Kiwanis. One
of Chinatown's best known citi citizens
zens citizens is Jimmy Typond, who was
the banking partner of the late
and fabulous "Shavev" Lee.
"Mayor" of Chinatown. Jimmy
and his wife. Lonnie. are running
Shavcy's old Tung-Sai Restaurant
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REFUGEES COME OUT, BROADCASTS CO BACK IN-The story of the mass flight of
thousands ot Chinese fishermen from the Communist-controlled mainland! to Hong Kong is
being broadcast behind the Bamboo' Curtain in three Chinese dialects by the U.S. Information
Agency's Voice of America. Interviews with, spokesmen or fugitives, above, were recorded at
Cheung Chau Island, then airmailed to. Washington for later broadcast to China. Sine the
mass exodus began in September, 1955, more than 4,000 fishermen have been resettled on
Hong Kong's outlying islands. .
ly Make 'Em That Open Any More''
on Murberrv St. whera thrv'vi in.
vented a new drink, the Pink1
uwier, a knock-out of vodka, lem-
uu Biicrueii, aim iruu juice, ana i sirouuig uaaies, .singers, rea rea-you
you rea-you end j up in the cooler. And piush, romantic candles, French
Jimmy's4 college student daugh-j paintings and all the trimmings
ters are just about the 'prettiest; that made ChezVito the most
gals in Chinatown,
I Write It, You Skip It' (And
We're All Happy): Ann Miller and
Conrad Hilton found out it's love
after ail . i Sylvia Surims and
Ed Begley, an es-Mr. Martha
tic wnai uie omer column columnists
ists columnists call an item, but I call a bore
t .:r.i5vSV I 7 once,7oung tress named Pat O'Brien.
Mr. LanaVTurner?: going interna-' rh t...iu,.. .a u
'Miss- Belgium" .'Who-
ever, she Js, .and I don't care,
JBaroara'Kusn, the doll w-Bigger
man Liue uiniKj raicKey i.nox..is
bigger than life, ; and I could of
sworn I wrote' this before, but'
maybe I'm Bridey Murphy .
Just wait until you get a gander
at Sherrer Worth's bare midriff in
20th Fox's upcoming '.'The Best
Things id Life Are Free." But
you've got to pay admission to see
these best things . Jim Kemp Kemp-ner
ner Kemp-ner would like to get Dorothy
Shay to shay yes, and I swear
I'm not drunk. It's just, "what the
Requiem For Baby Doe: Sudden
death at 38 of librettist John La
Touche was a shocker for Lcyna
Gabriello, the lovely soprano who
"stole" the show from the Met
Opera's Dolores Wilson at the re recent
cent recent world preem of La Touch's
"Ballad of Baby Doe" at the Cen Central
tral Central City, Colo., Opera Festival.
Leyna, the wife of Vito Pisa, own owner
er owner of the fabulous. Chez Vito-in E.
COth St., was singing light opera
there until June, when La Touche
and composer, Doug.. Moore spot spotted
ted spotted her, and "engaged her as the
alternate lead for their modern
opera. She got such, good notices
that Mike Myerborg, who win do
the show on Bway this Winter,
plans to star her in it.. La Touche
had completed -the4 revisions for
the N. Y. -production only a few
hours before tie- died ... Mean
while, 'because of the turn-away
business (even during the worst;
of these dog days) at the club!
whor liphininir ttmr t vun'
is oocmni an pt riniir'nf lt
in Westchester complete with eight!
tauttd of resort In the U. S. He's
also building a new room in 60th
St. to take care of the Manhattan
overflow. : :
Less of This Than That: Call
me Cupid Mortimer after my line
about Jimmy Ryan hand-holding
with actress Pat O'Brien. There's
another struggling and unknown
and thought I meant her. He long
distanced jealous what's whats?
And didn't believe her denlafs;-5Se
he wangled, a pass and js winging
his way .to N. Y. Now this Pat
O'Brien (who's changing her name
to Diane o Brien to avoid confu
sion) is very happy indeed .
Peripatetic means someone who
2ets around, which is iust what
the fabulous Baxter Twins of TV
and advertising fame do. This
week, Ann h in Miami with song song-star
star song-star Helen O'Connell. living it up
on the cuff in the Presidential
Suite Of the Fontainebleau (and
what presidents stayed there, I
Today's Mortimer Medallion.
(This and the right numbers in
your little black book might get
you a date with, a glamor gaf):
to Edwin Perona, John's carbon
copy, who minds El Morocco
while pop is playing abroad. Eddie
is a gracious host and a good
Sicker of cuties. They surround
im nightly it the Wolves Table
Round, where a little, young blood
is appreciated after Bob Ritchie
and a guy -whose name I won't
mention, but the initials are L M.
Wisdom of, a White Way Wolf:
Guys who dance get corns and
that's all. Females are practically
inexhaustible. While you tire your-l
self out making with the mambo,
you give them a chance to ober
up, too (and why did 'you booze
them up In the first place?)
WASHINGTON Strange thb.s Oiat group, but it would apply ta
happen as the complex and cun.- anybody wuo was forced to divest
bcrsome gears of congress grii.d himsctl under an antitrust suit U
to a frantis halt Queer bills are a civil case," replied Bridges. Bridges.-pushed
pushed Bridges.-pushed across as the eongres "Docs the Sciiaior irom Wew
men, determined to go home, Hampshire know of anybody other
sweat, trade, and vote on the laws than the Hilton people to whom
which the rest of the nation must the amendment would apply?"
abide by for years to come. lomaUicrj snot Da&i.
This is the time when sneak end1 "I do not know that R would
runs arc attempted when nobody's1 apply even to. the Hilton people,;
watching: and it takes time, afte.' pi-otestcd Bridges.
congress adjourns, to see ho..,
many have scored touchdowns.
Here are some of the touch
downs and some of the end runs
Touchdown for Klein and Duff:
For 18 years the General Public
Utilities Corp., which owns Jersey
Central Power and Light, Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Edison of Penn., New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey Power and Light, and North Northern
ern Northern Penn Power, has been trying
to duck an order to sell its sub subsidiary,
sidiary, subsidiary, the Manila Electric Com Company
pany Company in the Philippines. Under the
Holding Corporation Act, the Secu
rities and Exchange Commission
ordered it to sell. But Pearl Har
bor came, the Jap occupied th
Philippines, the SEC order was
ignored. .r. f;! ;
In 1951, the SEC renewed its or
. r lr it. .".- ,u 'u .r ? l" recommended a "gratuity" cf
eral Public Utilities thumbed. Mfnjm to the company because of
52firV-h." TwiiR1 or-espansion for a war contract,
crating its plants in New Jersey, Bjt the amiable G0P senat fr
and Pennsylvania, it continued u Indiana persuaded the Senate to
hang on to its power plant in dis- boost the payment to $295154 It
tant Manila. , -nH im i..
Klejn New York Democrat, came
tothe" rescue. Klein represents
East Side Manhattan, the middle
of New York Harbor. He repre represents
sents represents nb voters in pennsylvanlf.
New Jersey, or the Philippines.
But he picked up the General Pub Public
lic Public Utilities ball and made an end
run. On July 2 he sneaked the
ball across the goal line by gevj
ting the House to pass a bill. Re
spite SEC protests, permitting the!
ixew jersey company to keep us
Manila electric company, I
Then Senator DUff of Pennsy'
Vania, Republican, picked up th
wait, vuu, uu BU1VC- SUVCtUUi W. ,. -- - -rr- u,
his state, has been most inactive:" Question grows here whether
in the senate. He enjoys his farm I1'?"' "HonaUsts wiU attempt;
in Southern Maryland, but seldom' J'.0",r5r, uberation march on,
pushes legislation in the Senate.'1'1" Portuguese territory as they
However, with the 84th Congress h thf, .t to years.'
racing toward adjournment. Duif VW,U1?,M In1uer In1uer-put
put In1uer-put the General Public UtiliUesi'11'6,? The Indian nationalists
Bill on the cbnsent calendar and "Lf5S ltlshKanf Fr?nch $11
u .v...... u .u. : i 1 vacated .the subcontinent, and th
aiitvaucu ifc ftuiuull Ull MIC llllitk
day of congress.,
HiLTON OTEL BONANZA
i End run by Bridges: A brilliant
end run was also made by Sena Senator
tor Senator Styles Bridges of New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire on behalf of the Hilton Hotel j
ehain.;: a ,v v; !. I
Conrad .Hilton has been, buying
Op so many hotels that the Justice
Department has forced; him. to
cough some pf them, up under the
Anti-Trust Law. So the 'able' and
kindly Bridges introduced a rider j
an a minor, vax Din, wnicn wouiu
have excused the Hilton chain
after selling the Mayflower Hotel!
in Washington,. the Jefferson In St.
Louis, and- the Roosevelt and .New
Yorker hotels in New York, in com
sliance with the anti-trust order.
. In other words, the Hilton hotel
chain would get a .tax-free gift as
a result of violating the nation's
mdnopolv laws. 1. -The
Hilton Bonanza, however,
was blocked in the senate by Flor
Ma'a Gir SmsthAr. with assls't
from Senators Bvrd of Virginip.t
Humphrey bf Minnesota, and
Douglas of Illinois. All Democrat'.
they will be in Hilton hotels in
Chicago next .week,. but they
blocked the end run..
"Is this the amendment that wis
offered in the finance committee!
and which the finance committee
discussed and'- finally rejectede"
asked Senator Smathers.
"Not to my knowledge," replied
Bridges, "but it may have been. I
am not on the finance, 'eommit-
"Is this not the amendment that
is applicable only to the Hilton
hotel group?", continued Smath Smathers.
ers. Smathers. : "I presume it might apply to
Birds of Feather,
1 Diurnal bird
1 Give tar to
1 Singing bird
4 Empty (comb.
I Roman bronze
; 11 "Emerald
15 Arabian gulf'
17 So be it
18 Exalted fame
20 Bread boiled
T Snaras 28
8 Vegetable 30
8 Tibetan priest
10 Employed 31
11 Volcano 32
18 Small turner 33
21 Extinct bird
23 Egyptian solar 25 Erect
. diety (var.) 21 Ia addition
24 One who
37 Good spot for
a bird net
4Q On the ocean
41 Got up
52 Small finch
61 Genus of
63 Sea eagle
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imathers pointed out that tha
Treasury ami Justice Departments
were opposed to.the gift; Senators
Humphrey and Douglas joined tht
attac; and Bridgei luuliy with withdrew
drew withdrew his rider, 'ine Hilton chain
will not rccive a winofall in tax taxpayers'
payers' taxpayers' money. y
Note Conrad Hilton was a ieu ieu-erous
erous ieu-erous contributor to the Republi Republican
can Republican campaign in 1952. -Si
Congressman Klein alse maneu
vcrcd to pass a bill for thcrctura
of German-Japanese war-seized
property through the House. Ha
was frustrated when a similar bill
was killed in the Senate Srria.
tor Capehart of Indiana dutifully
tried to pass a special private
giveaway for stockholders of the
uosncn veneer Co., of Indiana
during the hectic closing days of
congress. The U.S. court of claims
as Tnxius to go homT'rh.
jHouse nevef ,cted
, At least.
were saved soma
hot weather rush
money by the
March Set AI India
-Or Co March Set!
GOA. Portuguese India (UP)
With the annrnirh nt Snonct if
, J iu j
w tugucoc Iliuafc UU VUC HIUQ UC
spite the fact that Portbguesa
have been here for five centuries.
The Portuguese, on the other
hand, claim that Goa is as much
a part of the Portuguese nation as
Last year more than lialf a
dozen Indians -were killed and
scores injured when Indian "sat-
yagrahi" ,s peace resistance
marcners iiicgany erossea ine
v. A :. i v . j
The Portuguese border guards
showed they meant business.'
Since last August, things have
been peaceful except for small
border raids,' which the Portu Portuguese
guese Portuguese charge are "terrorist" tac tactics.
tics. tactics. '-v. :' .v' v?w.';
Two yenrs ago, an Indian group
seized the 148-square-mile Portu Portuguese
guese Portuguese -: enclave of 1 Nagar-Aveli
which also lies on the west coast
of India. Delhi has refused to let
Portuguese observers in to see
what is: going on within the en
elive.-'-- '"'n' 'W8---r:
However, the 1,500 square miles
of Goa itself is relatively well de-
ienaea ana couia oe taxen oniy
with difficulty, observers here be believe.
lieve. believe. 1 Dnfflae Pint4
(UP) Micnael Miller and a
friend placed IS bottles in the
Green River in Berkshire County
early last spring. Each bottle con contained
tained contained a note asking .the finder to
write Michael telling him where
the bottle was found. He received
a reply from a Sandy Murray who
lives in Fairbanks, Alaska,
Answer to Previous Puzzle
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48 Wound crust
80 Native metals
99 Domestic slave
89 rrythonle tea
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TO PAXAMA AMTRTrA" AX IWTtrwnm Mnw vrtri.nr.
Ike Vetoes Harbors & Rivers Bill
In Surprise Election Year Action
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.,in uMrchin .... 1:40 am
Brotherhood. Tuetdays ...... ,1:00 om
Prayer Services, Wednesdays 10 pm.
v-' W.M.U., 1st at sro STioaya
w a nana Jc Sunbcama.
WJ Fridays ...
. "1HB PACIFIC SIDB
Captain dc Mrs. H. Grant -U
February Street. Phone: U-20054
v 11:00 llulinoss Mooting."
3:00 Sunday School. -
' 1 JO Salvation Meeting.
LA B(Ca c.a. :' n
Lleutenant Pansy CampbeO
Building No. 1080, Phone: 1-2851
. 11:00 tloiineas Meeting. .
3:00 Sunday School.
7 JO Salvation Meeting
Envoy at Mrs. C L. Mtatley
, Cuiara Succk
M Sviiday School.
11:00 Holiness Meeting.. :'
1:00 Sunday School.
1:30 Solvation Moating.
8JOLON 1H1FD STREET r :" :
BCaptaln Syilin Taylor ? "'
ll:0U lliilinass Meeung. .
- 3 00 Sunday School.
, 7 30 Salvation Meeting,
RAINBOW CITY CSS.
Envoy J. Gill ?
St KIOj and Jamaica Street v
, llMHoi-nosa Meeting.
1:00 St nday School.
7:10 Solvation Meeting, s,
COUJN ChMTHAL X ;
ftto..,T" r'?4 Mn c- Meosaswaty,
14th Street. Phone: 11-743.
h" u,' Protestants eeoperaia nith
aalty ta aaaeBtlaM, Uberty ta
anaauaia aaa .charity to- all
THE ATLANTIC SIDB ..
Phone S-d5l i
1 45 Church School.
11:00 Worship Service. ''
145 pm. Sr, Youth Followshlp.
,0:00 pm.jJr..Tfouth fellowshipT
MARGARITA ." ' v
?he Rev. faul
W, Olaader, Pastor.
30 Bible School.
ioj worship aarvic ana Church-timi
0J0 Youth raUowthla. V ;
j :, '...;. TUB PACIFIC SIDB
The Rev. Oscar W. OUea, Pastor
Balboa Ad. at San Pablo St. -
n Phono lJ4AWhi,Hl, run..
tJO Church School -Fr'pVSvlc.
1 Parsnnaea Di.M,ln r-
10 JO Worship Servict Tht Expanded
WW., .W nursery, r. inner Xartsa
Primary and Junior Depta.
. (.nurcn-nma Nursery Cos chUdnti
1:00 Junior-High Fellowship,
00 Post-HlRh Fellowship. -1JM
Dr. Walker It Alrtart. ui.u 1
"on -4,r-Rsidenc Phone I
iu.w a m. uninea Servict of Worship P
.lor children, young people and .di.it. I
TBk MMHODIS1 CIIURCB
Btv. William H. Armstrona
llth St- Panama ri
0:00 a.nivMwrnins frayes and
, 1:00 p m. Sunday School
1:13 Dm Cvertine Praver ano
., v, SKINITI te,THOUISl CHUKCM
Ollh Street and Melendcr Avenue.
Rev., Samue; Walden. Mlnlatee'
.OJti am Mornmt Servica and Hols
' 1pm Sunday Sthool. 1
.V.1. "J1 '"earng Servtr. :,
(Holy Commuruaa 1st Sundays)
- Monday. I M em. Pram Maettns,
kBCNBZKK MrTHOUIfcT UKJICJI
, Rainbow City. CZ
, Rev SMiniiei Walden. u,ntTit
' Sui.u.) .ervH am imj .i p.m
tuodav hi-tvnn fi all are at 130 p.m
"YsM InvlUthnt To Wnnfcta.
Tuesday I am. Prayet Meeiiag.
Oarchtt at rfc ataa faith
ctfiae at raaaaaa d CaJaa, Kp..ht af 'stoma, astaad
mt a timet HMiwi amaa
to paeltr aamaa, the
daaea iiaHa a. aarkao af aen
uahae. ere MtatM mm
aahreae as Mr eaaprtgatiaaa
Wtvtset.- A femi Miafl it
ut re-ea i aaa raavai sranaaa.
. Miaiatan. caarce aacratartaa aad chaplain! are aatad fa
J.L w Mill.,
. tnaag ic im mmi eeiataa,
".. Christian Scientist
CHKlSTlajl aUKNCA CstUBCHIO
flrst Church at Christ Sciential, a a am
MO Aacso Bouitvaxd.
Sunday U.-Ov, WedjMeday 01 Ma. ;
Sundav School t JO am
ni uma Christ, batata,
lltn Strati Bolivar Highway
aiNh Sjmm1 ain
, Sunday 11:00 am Wadnatday M pm.
ST. MASTS CHUBCH-Safta;
Sunday Uaauu IMk k
"aVSj Uaawai Ift l U l
I B. -AA a na
fUnfMai.! Saturday. tM ta S0
and TO to 1:00 p.m. Thuraday, iMtorc
First Friday: 1 (
Iliraculoua Hadll Movenat IM P
Ion Mondays, -;
Catechism eiaaii antr wa i
Stud, dua 3 0
' 1ACKKD BEABT-Aataa 1
Sunday ataataa: iiu. IJ0 A J0 J
Hni. b fS am. and
rfadmi Haturda 140 to IM and
7 IS to pm Thuraday bafora Tint
Friday 10 p m.
Sacrod Hoart. Devotional ISO am. o
Catechln Cbat IdS ta i:tl pm. aa
OVB LADY OP FATTMA Caraada
Sunday Man at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mats at O JO pm
Contaaaiom: M ta 0:43 pm on Sat-.
Catacnuan usmi Banaroay a w
'ST. JfrlKPH Paralaa
Sunday Manas st 1:00 and 101 sm.
noi JuJ aimmm w.ww fr.w
njuvH.v MiIum: ..M am
Confessions: Saturday 1 JO to 4 JO and
la xo vm i
Cateclusm cuus: aunoay w
Miraculous Medal Bov anal TM pm
Convert nuirucuonai auum-v iw
ST." VINCENTS Panama City
Kunri.v Mnua: 0:00 and IJO am,
Hnlv Dav Massat! IJ0 and 1:00 Mt
(It it falls oa Saturday the Mamas arc
0:oo ana o:ao s.m.f 1
7:00 to :00 pm Thursdays before first
Confessions: bsturaay w m
Miraculous Medal Novena sad SU-
Uona of tht Cross: Friday IM pm
Catechism cujai.juior a-w oia
convan viami a-w a
k '"''gx; THEIIFSA'S CaceB
Holv Day Mass: 1:00 am (It it faTJa
on Saturday 1:30 a.m.) ;
Catechism Class: isw t e.yv pa. a.
.Monday. ii.-::'L llL..
(JOtllaSaiOnSl S.yV HIM vuna Mna7K
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA SALLB
. a.tMaa Ifevra -
nrl. MaaiM: 0:30 and I JO a.m.
nr-.tr lam Miss: 0J0 Moo. Thura..
Prl. and Sat First Friday mass: 1:00 a.m.
Hnlv oa MAUsa. a:uv ua w .v
1:S0 ta 4 JO and 10 tol
:w pjn. on ia a ova
Miraculous mooai :
I K' 1 . ... m Al.Mrl.W
cattcnisin waasi w "'-
Convert Cists: Monday 1 JO am.
ST. THEHCTrSU Beta
Sunday Mass: 7:00 am
u.i. n.. u,H' K'Sn n.m.
lXn.. fiohlrdav 0:30 to 70 B.m.
Ii i.w K.frr. First Friday 1:30 p.m.
Catechism Class: :ia
Sacred Heart novtnsi iw
Convtn tiasai tw
' ATI.ANTIC SIDB i
or jnRRPH'S Calda
Sunday Masses: 0:45.' 1:00 and 0 fit.
Holy Day Manes: i:4 and Its) am.
I -wiA K-iK n.m. '.
I .i- ... . a
Confessions: saturoay a aw a .w
7:00 to 0:00 p,m. .
Miraculous Meaal n ovens ajaoiuiuay
1815 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart novena: snaay :ia pan.
Snnri.v Evenina Services 7 :00 pjn.
Convert Class: 1:11 pm en Mondays
and Thursdays. '
Catechism Class: sunaay io:t3 a:m. w
11:45 a.m. IM p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
I Vlret Friday Exrjosition of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day. Btpoaltlon at 1 JO
la.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions ta our uo
lot Fatlma The Holy Romry SflO a.m.
First Communion imtrucuona ror cnii-
itren Mondaya and Thursdays 0:00 U
7J0 pm. .
aunday liassm: jot. swano wa.m.1
Holy Day Masses: 1:00. :00 am. ono
IS li n.m.
Cnnfe-rions: Saturday 40 ta 10 and
(70 to 10 pm. After Rosary each eva-
Miraculous Medal Jlovcnst 1:11 and
170 p.m. on Monday. '
Catechism Cui After mm sum
I First Friday Exposition all day during
line school Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 10 am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH Marfartta
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and Bo a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 0:00 am. and 1:1S
Confessions: 40 ta 10 and 70 to
100 o.m. Saturday.' V
Miraculous Medal Novenat 10 B m.
on Monday. -
Church History uroup every i-uesosy
st 7 ju p.m. ...
I Teaa-Aaga Club 1 JO p.av an Wtdnta-1
catechism Class: 4 pm. Tnursoay.
nrst snoav uevouons: im nm.
Inauirv-Diseussion Groun vrv Fri
day 7 JO pm. :
ST. vTNCPJTTS Ralnbaw Cltv
Sunday Maaseas: 0:30 am. and 10 1
Holy Day; Maasesi 00 am. and 00 1
. conreniona: 4:00 ta 10 and 10 to
ll:oo pm. Saturday.
catechism Class: 10:41 t.m. on Sunday
Convert Clam avarv iSnnria aft l
Mtraculout Medal Novena: H
I sacred Heart Rovenat 70 pm an
srioay. .. .. , ..
IMMACITLATB CONCEPTION Cstta
Aunoay Mass: 1:15 a.m.
Holv Day Mass: 1:00 n.m.
Confessions: gJO to 1:00 am aa Sat.
urnay, , ,
catechism Clam: 4:00 pm. aa Monday
OUB LADT OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses: 7 no and am am
Holy Day Mamas: 0:00 am. and 10
Conflations Saturday at 7 -on am ....
uicr au evening1 ocvmions., v
nspiisms oy appointment. -t
Miraculous Medal Hovaau! 1a a
Sacrvd Ha-rl Banana, 14a am
Sunday School: 130 p.m. on Sunday
ReUrlous Instruetmn r'l.m m -U11 I
, .. m. VNJei.lD All! .in BunvAif
a n. '""rsaay. I
ReliriAUS Insrnieflnn f ImH. ,r- I
ouciea u Miaiush); 70 am an Won. I
Lonvcrf Instructian by appointment.
m Hta Caoal Za, ad mm tarmmal
at the armad service, and H arriliet
Tha Pssama Aamrtcaa Mi boU. h
f wersaip tad eraar fgais Mtrv.
tiaw ta ttaae, Drntaaiaatiaaa baviafl
ara a red aaea "0tkt Cfceecaee Aad
hackuM tor sarvwat a Aratf aaata.
11..J...J ... .
a caavca Mfl
Tk ML Km.-, Ft CMdta. LID.
, TO Ttty Rct. Maiatrt J.
THK CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUU
1 :M am holy Communion.
jq am 8anu Communioa (4ta Sua-
I'M m r"i i. i ?
" yuuw agiw,, : 5
ua, Kscucla nimmU.t
11 M am. IDorninf Prayer and Strmoa.
ruij qmronnwn, (rirat
'" iv"l'"!, JTt 4 Samoa
IM pm Ivenina Prayw.
' H0" DAYS
OKWam Holy Communion;
I JO am Holy Communion,
VI if".'? ,Pr,y'
. I CHUtdl OP OUI aavtrtina
I ; VTl" r""laai
V3H am I
nwwi a ......
I JO j
and Sermon n
iim a..rS"fcV,"'Vrt "M
(Firat auniin. n.i. ..".',
Veaaar Swi.i ..j'
WKDNtbtiiAva .w p.
noiy Coram union .....i;..
MIWgj 4 W -aim a aa
A Houat at Praytr lot au lasiitlo.
. Chatrb of st Andrew
ttu. Bev. William W. Baldwin.
, rriast m CtargT T?,
noiv CnmmiitilAAi r v
sad Church School.
f:S0 am ..
Prayer and Bermoa
(H.C first Sunday la MontaJL
fvtntag Prayar. 7: S pjn.
Wotkday Praytr. SUM am
, Chapel tt Tht Good Shepl
V ina Bev. I'lartaca W. Ha
Priaat la rh.
1:00 am. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday sack Month),
The Rev. oho Spasr. Mastla Chare.
St. SlBMB's Chateh
Choral lucluuist and Sar-
mon ..; .....
Episcopal Young Churchmen
Evensona and s.rmim
Morning Prayer and Holy
Evening Prayer .......
Woman's Auxiliary, kid and
4th Thursdays ..........
T:30 p m.
noiy communion ......
Family Eucharist ........
Offttt of Compline ........
i ; '. .,.
M',?:V -.:": LA BOCA
St. Peter's Chore
2?.trf;-.,ta cto,UTint Sorvita at
Mnrl,in, p,,- rhim-h
School 00 SJn.
Confirmation Class 0:30 tm.
Choral Eucharist and Bar'
mon 10:30 Ml
Holy Baptism If 0 noon
Evensong and Address 7 JO p.m
Woman's Auxiliary ....... 7 :M am.
WEDNESDAYS or FEAST DAIS
Holy Conummlon .......... IJ0 tm,
.1 ''if -L MABGABfTA
, C hurra af KL Marrsret
Corn- rt EspavA Ave- Biar.os Blvd.
H Tht Bev. Nolsa G. A a. ess,
Priaat fat Charre
1:30 a to. church School
0:30 am Mornina Praver and
(1st Simdavs. Holy Communion)
4 JO o.m. Confirmation Instructional
. tkjo apro
Chisel of The Holy Cmfrr
Ven. L. B. Shirley. Priaat la Charge
WEDNESDAYS i j,
1 JO om Holy Communion. -. ;
r1,'-; : psnrto-'
' StJAlban's Chore)
'" The' Bev. Bavid A Osborat.
. ' Priest In Charf
Tht Bev. Alias B. Weatt. Atststtal
SUNIlAfr'' : '. V
1:00 t.m. Choral Eucharist m
0:30 tin. Infant Baptism.
1.00 nm. Church School. ....
(held m Boilding 131) V
50 era. Youth FeDowshla "" :
7:00 Ha' Eveswont and Addrma,"
- '- r-v, AJ.
tar Guild Meeting
, PANAMA CfTT
St Paul's Church i
The Ten. Lrmael B. Shirley. Rector
The Ke Ftts AtwetL Dtaeta
0:00 a.m. Holv Commimrsn
0 00 a.r. Sung Eucharist at Sermon
11:00 nocv Holy Bsnfl.mt .
1:00 fi.m Solamo
:30 am Hoty Communioa
0:0 am Holy Cormnimloa
70 n.m. Evenina Prsver.
THURSilAYS AND FRIDAYS
ia. Holv Communioa
HOLY DAYS 777
oo s m. Holy Communioa. y
CHRIST CHintrR BUTBK-SBi
Falarea)-- . ..
- CtaMn. B de P
(Onoeait. Hotel WsshHirtrai)
' The Bev. Henry A. .Blah,,
V'. Priest la Charg
, airrmAYC r
S0 am Holv Communion.
00 a m Choral Eucharist and
10:30 sm Church nchanl Sasslow
00 am Holv Communion.'
. I'M nm .Evening Prayer and Si
I JO DCS. Adult Confirmation
10 am Praver Guild. 7
SM am ChlMren' tiirharist.
100 am' Junior Cooflrmsrlon
TJ Dm Complin and ieditatkm.
Chnna el St. Mary, th Vh-gm
The Bev. Joha A. Spalding,
Priest ta Chars
Sun Lueharim ........... 7'SO a.m.
Chur-h Schoo) ........... 0 U am.
Evenvr and sermon .... I m jn
Holy Cmununlon. ........ 10 am
'. St Georses Chareh
tht Bev. Joha A. Sptldias.
Priest la Chan
1st AND Srd SUNDAYS
Holy Cunmuntoh ...... 0 JO sm
a ..re. .... aimniti
aia o u. i 5
-OO am Hnlv Cnmmunlan
Church School, each Sunt 10 M a.m
, BIO A1AJO
' .'jK 5"r Cfcarcfc
10th Street, Pinjut Leftvra
Tfct 1t. Clareaca W. Hayta.
Tke B. Ciarenct A. CrarwtB.
Mam. Holr CommunlMi.
7 :M a.m. Sun Eucharist and Swimh
10:3 am. Morning Praytr and Caurcta
llflO noon Holy BaDtlsra.
0:30 D.m. Xvanaonc and lanoa.:
I JO pm. K and d. Wonuut'i Auxi
J0 pm. Junior Oaufhttri af the
T M a m. Youth TtiloirahlB.'
DO a.m. Holr Communion.
I.M pm Xvtnirur Prayer and Ktllgiout
' uuirucuanx. . 1
00 pm. Clrla' Friendly Society.,
100 D.m. 1st arm tr SinalatunL
0J0 am. Junior Confirmation CI eta.
CHUSCB or TBI RAEAXEXB
. A neon, C.Z.
MfaiMer: Bav. bm O. NeaMI
Bos Ancon, CZ. Balboa aMS
Sunday School ........... l:flu
Morninf Wonnip ......... 10:SO an
Youth Servico .......m.... 0:45 fysa
Evenmt Servico .......... T:J0 an
njM.a. oervioa .......... lw n a
Prayer Meeting, Wed. ... 1 J pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHVRCB1
Panama B.P.. Mrd 8treet East
Be, fl. JL Brawa. Miaaitar
Divina Wonhlp 1:W i
feunday School 1:00 o.m
Sunday Maaiat T, 1:4 11 M
1 10 I
Vettinm Thurtdayt at I JO pm and
Sundaya at 4:00 pm. Win Memorlai.
) Balhikm BoadTBalhaa.
800 Balb Boad. Balboa.
cirumm or jesus cntis
OP LATTUUDAV SAINTS (Mara
Sunday meetlnaa u the LDS C ha Dal
on aaiooa itoao.
Sunday School 1:00 a jn
Priesthood Meetlni ....... 10:30 am
Sacrament Meeting ... ...: 00 p.m.
Primary: Thursday ........ s :w pm.
Relief .Society: as announcaa..
Telephone Balboa 4227.
kfr f LtoBa, Breach ""
' Building 200, Schoolhousa Boad,
Gatun. Canal Zone.
Tolephono, Gatun 301 or Cristobal MT
Sunday acnooi ivxsi am aunoay oae-
-ement Meeting f JO pm Pileshood
Sleeting 0:30 p.m. Wednesday Prinary
(JO pjn. Wednasday Belief aociaty meet
ing as announcaa. ,. , .,
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CWUBCB!
A "Warm Hearted" Cbnrcb
Milton K. Leldlf, Minister ''
Phono Bet. 13-7110 Of. 13105
Sunday School f JO bji
' I A class for aver ate)
Morning worsnip ......... hot a.ra
Youth Fellowship 0:00 p.m,
Eeveninf Worship' 1:00 pm.
Pravet and Praia (Wed.) 7:00 pm.
A church nuraey M provided for your
VAfAtlan : Bible' School Auruit 7-10 at
4:15-1:00 p.m. Age S year and up are
OLU CATMOUC CBUBCM
K Baphaat The Anhaagti
llth St. Walt Na. I
Holy Eucharist) Sundav a) 1 JO aaa.
Tuaadaya, WadDtadaya and Thundav
la Sli a.m.
Onctloa (Hoaltag Bar.
at osca asonta a
Momtf BaHhtth Uuisflaa
. Pabasds n. p.
Bt Bov. T. aoao, U S, Biahas
Monuha davotlo'. a ........ S JO I
rlltnvshln Wnrahnl at ...... 11J0 I
iundav School at ............ 100 am.
, i BAB At CKNTEB v ....
14 First Street
Orbanlraclte El Carmen, Psnsmd City.
Uitormal Talk ana viseuasmna
Thursday. .1:00 pm
telea, Ita m rraai "rar
(asalalrs Amerteaa Basssr)
Study Ciasaaa Thursdays, ,1 JO am
BETHEL MISSION nfURCB
K 1 Espalsba St. Paraiso, CI.
'Bev Wsldsha H. Stewart, raster
8unday: U:00 ta Worship Servica.,
10 p.m. Sunday SchooL .. ;
7:11 pm bospel Service, r ;
Monday: 1:30 Young People's Society -Wednesday:
7 JO Mid-week Christian
Thursday: mm unoir nenearssi.
Friday: 1:30 Women's Missionary So
TTfJP. CHURCH Or GOD
1031 Eighth Street Coloa
Bev. G. W. Gmadlssa. raster
Sunday Schol ........ ....... 0:30 a.tar.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Servico ,1 JO pm.
FIRST CHUBCH OF COD
Cor. Jaaaalca and Trinidad StS
Rainbow City, Caaal Seat i
Bev. G. W. Graadisaa. Paste
Morning Worship- ........... 00 am.
Sunday Schdbl .............. 10:30 a.m.
Night Servic J JO pm.
' h TBX CHURCH OF tMB
t "i New Providence I
' Mrs, hfaada Mlnsa. Past
ISuhdtv School ...... 10:00 tm.
I Morning Worship ............ 110 ajn.
! Night Servic 7 JO pm.
THE CHURCH OF COD '"''i'1, '';
; PatiamA City I
Cor. "N" and Marian Artsemeaa Its.
Bev. Was. J. Jhata, Faster
Sunday School i ... 0:30 am,
U. twm UT -klM ' in -lA
vnl rmmrn or COD ftla Abala
Meat nscara na-iom at.
Bev. Was. J. Jalumta. Pastor
Rimdsv Schoo .............. 1:30 am.
Morning Worship .......,.. 10:30 a.m.
nigll. flaivitai 1 .tfV b.b.
COMMUNITY CHURCH ;
' Diabl Heights, CJL
'y (FuU Gospel)
I Special Enrlneert BIdg.,
..... S:4S a.m.
..... 10:4$ a.rfi.
..... 7 00 p.m.
aunoay scnooi ......
Worship servic ..j....
Youth Servic .......
Wad. Biol Study A Prayer 7 JO pm.
CHURCH OP GOD (PenterastaU
Rev. B. B. Watson, Overseer :,. i
Phone 0-420, Box 253, Gamboa
Churches at Paraiso. CZ. (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman G. Whyte), Colon. B.P.
(Rev.' Fernando Lorence), Rio Abaje
I Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynea). and
CativO (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday and weekdays servic at all
cburcntt. -. ..,.':... ..,., : .'.-'5;
PACIFIC SIDB v
.j.-,; Protestaat V J:7
FORT AMADOR ? 7
Chirrrh-.Time Nursery School.
FORT cuts' TUN
Sunday School (Building Mo.
1211 ............... tm
Morning Worship ........ ......10:14
Wednesday Evening prayer Meet-.
inr and Bihla Claaa d'S
F6RT KOBBB'. .. .',' ,
Sunday, School (Building. Na ;
107) ... t:S0
Morning Warship ......,, J0 4S
Xvening Bibl Study t JO
I ALBROOK AIB FOSCI BASB ".
cuinaay ocnoni ......... 03
Adult Bible Class INCO Club). 0:30
. l:li 10:41
" WASHINOTON. Aujf. 11 (TJP)
President Elsennower Tester
dy vetoed the $1, 600,00b riven
and harbors bill In a turprlse
eiecuon-yesr tction tnst lnclud
ed a glap st the recent Demo
E evening Worship 1 JO
U.S. NAVAL. STATION. BodmAB
Sunday School lflo
Morning Worship 110
Holv Communioa First Suaday
' of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy Communion Episcopal)... f4n
Morning Worship ..' i$o
Holy communioa First Sunday
at Month) -f t
','-'. v Caththa :
FORT AMADOR v " V
Daily Mam .................... t:0
Sunday Masses 1:30 0:00
Confessions, Saturday ...4:30 dk 1J0
Bunaay. ...I JO 0u
FORT CLAYTON V
Daily Masa fa
Sunday MaasM i:4j g, f ;oo
Confeaslons, Saturday ...1 JO 4 10
aunoay asam 10 JO
FORT KOBBB -,f
Saturday Mass las
.Sunday Maasaa .... ...... TM it 00
Spanish s ou
vvnuxjui .., H.
Daily Masa gjp
No. Ill) ...... ....... r1g I JO
witusaaions. saturoay .IBulldlng
ALBROOK AIR, FORCE BASI 1 v
Dally Mast 10
Saturday Mam 1:00
Sunday Masse ..........1:41 Hats
SDanlih ..................... 1:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Bodxoan
uaiiy-Mas ...... ...... J. ...... 40
uoday Mass .................. 1 JO
ALBROOK AIR FORCll BASE
nosy ..........;. 1 JO
:-- ATLANTIC SIDB, i "V
v. Ptatastaaa .'.' .,'.
FORT DAVIS :- e
Sunday School ............1.,.. t'4S
Morning Worship H:oo
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.. 1 JO
Sunday School ................. 0:45
Morning. Worship 110
Youth Fellowshin Simd.w a .An
ft a em.mA.. r
v.a. nniflu olAliun, IOO BOM)
aunoay Bcnoot ................. frso
Daily Mass 7:30
Morninf Worship U-W
stoiy communioa First Sunday
t aMontW .
Sundav Mam 77.....'
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FORT GUUCK ,..;,..,...'
Confaasions, Saturday ..l:Oo'
O S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Sol
Weekly Aartrleas ,Ba
alt Church aa as
Sabbath School 1:30 am.
Divln, Servic 11:00 am.
Youth's Matting 4:30 pm.
, 3L, Bibl tuo Prayer
luiaJSM.rma "-Jlsa. District
Pastor W. H. W.ll.r T.I a. sen.
Cab Yard. Ave. J, F, da la Oasa N.
Chorrllla ttth No. 17
Pueblo Nutve 1-A St.
and 4th Sta.
Ria Abalo llth St N n
Balboa Chanel SS44 C.m,il a.i
l . , - Mw, awi-
wi loaiuroay auvi.
Spaaish Ckarehas PtaamO aad
Manama. CaUe Dsrlen No, 1 -,
Cristobal, 10th at Bdlivar Ava.
Gamboa A Frllolea.
District Pasta A. Ai OrlBla
Tel. No. 0-101 v
Gamboa Praltt Parkway Frljolas.
Aflaarle Slda Calea aad
Cristobal District 7
Pastor Neblett Tel. 31 JM
,. V0,1?' sh cnn-' Crist,
hal 14th A Bolivar Avo. .
Central off lot: Gavilaa Road Tti S-
Jewlm Welfare Board aid ye. r
Boca Road, Balboa. CX. Babbl Nathan
Witkln Director. ,r,,
' Ssrview Friday. 1a a m. .h...
I JO pjn . e- .. ..
(Sea a Bstlnsa af Jewish sarvlctt
under Posts, Basaa and Buttons).
'. tgraMhott Kol Shetrith rsratL Ava.
nlda C.b and Mth Street, Bella Vista.
Panama City, Strviem Se pm V ;
BfTDFMEB LCTHfR AN CHURCB
- BalkM Boad at Wight Street
Rev. Robert f. Gnssirk, Pasttr.
P.a Box 044. Balboa. . i):
Sunday School, Bible clam 10 a.m.
Divine 8ervlc 10:11 t.m; "
-Divln Servic at MargariU (In St
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday1
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fAnnounces'the beginning of operatioris. early in October;'
Chemically Dry Ice
: I Cyliriders steam cleaned and Hydrostatic
- up to'6000 pounds per square inch.; :
7 '-. . '. For-further particulars iontact ;v v .
, T Paiil M. Wir, Vice-President in charge of, Production and Sales V v
The Resident charged that
.he lawmakers acted on "Incom "Incomplete
plete "Incomplete information" in approving
some of the 99 projects and 14
river basin Improvements au authorized
thorized authorized by the politically-potent
He said it failed to ret a re
view from the Army engineers
or an opinion from the states
Involved In 32 of the nroiecta
costing more than $530,000,000.
uoneress traditionally is liber
al In approving such projects In
an election year iff hopes they
may Improve election chances
of lawmakers in the affected
Mot since 1940 when Franklin
D. Roosevelt was President has
s chief executive vetoed a rivers
ana harbors bill in a similar sit situation.
uation. situation. Mr. VElsenhower anoarentlv
wai'weu aware that his action
was somewhat unusual. Two or
three hours before the veto was
announced the White House no notified
tified notified all members of the House
with projects not to sign Its
-The President noted that the
bill only authorized projects for
which the next Congress would
have to supply the funds. Thus,
he said, the veto need "cause no
delay" in starting- many worth
while projects in the bill,
Aitnough the majority of the
projects were riven ademiata
study and review, he said, it was
impossible to determine whether
b large number of others "would
De in the nubile Interest" k
said It had been found some
would not be. ;
The President's action drew
mixed reaction from House Re Republicans
publicans Republicans and soma criticism
from Democrats. ,
ROD.' James T. Patterson f n.
Conn.) blamed the House Public
Works: Committee for delaying
action on the measure and then
reporting out a bill "so badly
prepared that the President was
forced to veto It in the Interest
of good government" -
He said the House at the last
minute, added "several pork-barrel
items. . .without proper consideration.-
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating? (R (R-NY)
NY) (R-NY) said lot of unjustified
projects were added to the' bill
for political purposes....; hope
the sction will be a lesson to
tne next Congress."
Chairman Dennis Chavez (D (D-NM)
NM) (D-NM) of the Senate Public Works
Committee said he was "very
sorry" Mr. "Eisenhower rejected
the bill because "the legislation
was neeaea. : .t
iwr. isisennower said some
projects in the rivers and har harbors
bors harbors bill provided for too little
local participation. He said the
"oest test yet devised" as to the
soundness of a project was the
wiuingnesg or people in the a a-rea
rea a-rea to Invest their own -money
CINCINNATI fUP)-.. tTlsrUa
Peden. ,24. Henrlarsnn. Tfv
released from the workhouse five
days early because of his "good
behavior" while a prisoner. Five
hours Ister he was ihot m the leg
by a policeman chasing him for
siegnog a car.
HEAD OF THE1 VOICE VOICE-Robert
Robert VOICE-Robert E. Button, former NBC
executive and' for the past year
director of the Voice of Amef Amef-Ica,,
Ica,, Amef-Ica,, has been named head of
the VtS. Information Agency's
OfVlC0. Ha .will direct the
VOA ai well as U5IA TV ac-,
; uviwes,.7 7 .,:
For the convenience of pur future Clientele
Ilielo Seco, S. A. Dry Ice Inc.,
Purer Richer Finer
Fresh as all outdoors C" ,.
, Westinghouse :
ELECTRIC INTERNATIONAL COMPANY"
INVITES YOU TO LISTEN TO THE BROADCASTS
OF .UNITED STATES .POLITICAL CONVENTIONS;
:... Democratic National Convention
. Mondiy through Thursday, APg. 13-16
Republican National Conventiorv
Monday through ThurVday, Aug. 20-23
Democratic From 9:00 p.m." Eastern
Standard Tim VV-' ryS
(Weitinghouis will sponsor th first' hour and
" .; one-half), f y ,.-v
j Republican From 11:00 p.m. Eastern y 7
; Standard Tim ' ,!
(Westinghouie will sponsor the first hour)
STATION: VVRUL -
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17.710 megacycles (16-metef band)'
, 15.230 megacycles (19-meter band)
15.415 megacycles (19-metei band) ;"
9.675 megacycles (31-meter band)' ,' ;
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We make loans with guarantees on first mortiges
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deposits are accepted thru a period,
, of 48 weeks. . r
, Individual safety, deposit boxei, for Jewelry and i
. documents, in 4 different sizes, '
OFFICE IN "PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner of T 6treet
0. A. De ROUX, CARLOS M0UYNES V
' Manager Sib-Manafer V
- 'hours : '.' !:.
From t:09 bjb. to .12:39 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 1:00 a.m! to 12:09 pm.
: . .. .. .'
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Of eonierl-Of 7th St,
7 ' ' , 1
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THE PANAMA AMERICA AN BCDKPEXBF.X1 DAILY KETTEFAFEIi
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1PE.' 33ES'T Scf M Live THE CSE l)
wvt OtfcM i SET IT WAS THE Twin?
THE NATIONALISTS TWICE
SAW LOftC1N& KU&otK IN SINGAPORE
nayrowMf IN A FEW WEEKS
HARBOR M&MKM OF A BWWFSI
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ACCIPENTS ViLET S KEEP I
TAKE A vJ?HE TIME!
Dear Members of Priacilla's Safety. Club;1
Mv Pop had a hard job picKind. the winner y
in our Safety Slogan Content. So he picked
.two. and each ,ets a swell bicycle: ..
"Be smart :
( president, ,i
2471 WAVES AVE,
.. LONQ BEACH, ."
I1M DC KtyM. I
'Always use your i
ears and eyes,
Your own Life
may be the priie!"
" DAVID 6ROWM,
in4 thinks to lH,
rrzcsLa ato C3 rssrri:
Cy JOSMULt bLOSSXS
Gold Coasf floL'fs
WASHINGTOX. Aug. Il (UP)-.i
io wvii Aeronauuci Hoard nag
authorized Northeast Airlines, Inc.
to share thr prized "fold coast"
route between New York and Mia Mia-tor
tor Mia-tor for five years.
Eastern and National airlines al
ready are authorized. to fly the
. route, t i v.
torday the-beard evaruled CAS
examiner Thomas t.'Wrenii who
rtcommanded Delta air lint
lor tha rich run. Tha wiqit
' ands more than a ytar of pr.
atadings in which seven airlines
. fought for permission to serve
the New York-Florida area,
The CAB did nnt. Issue an nnl
tion on its decision but will at a
later date. t
The decision eives Nnrthpast in.
thority to extend its New" England
service beyond New York-Newark
to Philadelphia, Baltimore Wash-'
. ington, Jacksonville, Tampa and
Miami. This includes authority to
. y non-siop Detween JNew York
and Miami. v
'The board, liberalized routes of
six other airlines operating in the
To Get Passes
For Trio To Colon
Dry Ice Plan!
To Begin Operating
Here In October
An eaflv Octobpr tau ho.
been set by Hielo Seco, S. A.
Dry ice Inc. to begire operations
of their new plant' at Mile Sev-"
erton the Translsthmian tnuh.
wa. Chemically sure carbon
dioxide gas and liquid as .well
as dry Ice will be available for
carbonatlonire fightinn "and
At a later date a. deep, quick
freezing, liquid nitrogen at 150
degrees below zero will also ,be
available. The company is as
waiting the arrival of the final
shipment of machinery for In Installation.
stallation. Installation. Special containers
will be built to hold up to 6,000
pounds of frozen food. Tests by
U.S. companies shipping to Ve Venezuela
nezuela Venezuela on the decks of ships,
indicate that 41 days can elapse
before the temperature of the
food In the container rises from 1
minus 150 to zero.
With the facilities offered bv
Hielo Seco Dry Ice, refrigerat refrigerated
ed refrigerated trucks, ships Or warehouses
are hot necessary for. the
storage or transportation of
frozen foods. The new process
effects tremendous saving over
the old .methods, both in costs
of operating and' in extra han handling.
dling. handling. Maintenance costs, are
almost negative. No m 0 v 1 n g,
parts or power are reauired.
ftkfSJstej True Life Adventures
ttEI&g AN17 REIJENTLESS ARB
THS WILD' DOtSS of
FEW PREDATORS ARB
VZZimV MOKE THAW
tue$s Kjrwess Yum,
- The Canal Zone Retired Workers
Assn. or Ancon today urged its
members ito attend the memorial
ervtce to be held at' Mount Hope
Cemetery tomorrow for all the de deceased
ceased deceased who participated in the
-construction and mwntinn nf thn1 ppifwri roiif rtrpiA ro
J,14m Canal. no woman' decided to fight back
- Members of the association will, when the cost of transportation
Mill ,s W A
v g ; .AMah'
vWre Tkvns to break jupy of
BITING HER NAILS. BAZOO
WALPO 6CT5 A PENHf fOR FACM
VllME CATCHES t1-
-A -NO EN TO IT EITHER,
rt. WiB vW, ; ,L AMD AS SOON Afi I
-iM---wmere tf?e.wE? iwaL, r can see
y" M '-10 GOAT?, TO TAKE MORE THAN fi v
)BWK. 4 -V TALkC TO GET VOU yii'P
SOOTS AND m ITOINBCI
Wt S3M3LAS MAKTU
GOftH WABal OP COWSTi WOO,
iftVD tJOOlD r) tftVt HOME, t)OR?
tG TO MEET
IZ :ZJ THt COVOWEVJ
smtw, vv!? rAfto r 1 ;.
TViERt'ft TOO USE-W
Br U8LB TUSNCI
THS ONLV HOPS FOR THB PRSV Id TO SEEK
6AMTUAKY W WATEK.TUE COSSNwiLLNOT WlM
, TO ATTACK, BUT WILL REMAIN ON THS 8aNKJWWT)N5.
IS' iDiiUfcim l Kim tow fco
MR. PATRICK 6 VOl MIMTTjP HB
'JIT IT lUrtllift HU likvB TUtUAtA TIUS ITA UIUU
WORSE WR IftS If VOU TkLKEO TOWy6u THIIDK40
WW NOW! HE eiMSPWSU-,60
meet at the railroad station in Pa.
, nma City to receive free passes
uraniea oy mee canal uovern uovern-ment
ment uovern-ment for the trip to Mount Hope.
: Got. Potter wUl deliver the
; main address on the program sc
oot panying wo memorial service.
became unreasonable1. Superior
Judge Strother. P. Walton granted
Mrs. Margaret Alice Dudley an
interlocutory divorce : after she
told him her husband, Leon
charged her SO cents a day for
driving her to her job picking
Hie Royalty of,Kadio and' Television
BATURDAT, Aoimt 11, 1954
.2:00 Wntern MaUnee
3:00 Armed Foret Hour
4:00 EncGfre: Disneyland
S:00 Arthur Murray Dance Party
1:29 Larrtta .ng
tAO News Panorama
-7:00 Thafi My Boy
7:30 Stage Show ; ;
8:00 Caeiar't Hour
t.00 Highway Patrol
:30 Dunnlnger 1 '
10:00 George Cobel Show
10 30 Hit Parade
H.-00 Neva ,
11.05 C.8. Steel Hour!
, Sl'NDAT, AnmU 12, 195
2:00 tamp Unto My Feet i
10 Fountning of Faith
3:00 Armed Forcea Hour
4:00 Incore: Disneyland
'S:00 Amutcir Hair
6:15 Industry on Parade 1
:30 Adventure '
7.K Jack Benny
v S OU Toast of The Town
r8:00 Toat of The Town
9:00 Appontment with
. 1 Adventure 1 1 1
30 Phil Silver'! Sho
10.00 The Studio
10:30 What'a My Line r ;
11:00. New '
11:05 Rob't Montgomery
, Present. ; i
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A HAWD! I'M SURE MeKEE
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' J OICK CAVAIX1
... , A AVOm.'LORENrT
eJlA MONT, THE
Ci 'JO WOWC WAR,
3 I If 7 TO STAR IN
. ; V 0 OURLrrTLt
; "He's been graduated over a month-!-! think hVt too
modest about going around telling employer about
' hi' 8. degree!" V
r'hiilp's life ta filled' with bruises.
rf ell-worn steps and ruga be ases. J
f'palrt wonld leave bh) home like new. ;
A. Classifieds, fmt tbc Hrhf clue'
liAjOtl tVMPf Obt UIJK WA
E6ADWHV brtHT I THlNkf 5C
WILL LEND Met THE O0 I
MEED FOR THS TREASURE MAP
HAK-KAFP H6 LPT MS
F0r?WARDisK5 AODRSiS-rtt MAIL
HIM A re&TAL CARD f(?OA THE-
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1 ATTRDAY, AUGUST II, 193
TZt PANAMA A1S3UCAN
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0. Q Myers Nevr President
0 Historical Society
The Isthmian Historical Society, j
entering upon its third year of ac-i ?
tivity, welcomes Mr. 0. C. Myers 1
as its new President. Mr. Mvers. 1 1
who came to the Isthmus from the
State of Virginia, in 1931. is pres presently
ently presently employed in. the Engineering
Division, Panama Canal, as Gener General
al General Engineer. Earlier he helped to
ouiia me Maaaen Dam witn the
Madden Dam Division, and served
with the Section of Surveys;' the
Municipal Division, and the Main
Besides his keen interet in the
affairs of the Historical Society, of
wnicn ue s a Charter. Member.
wr. Myers taKes active' part in
several other organizations: the
American Legion, Masonic Bodies,
American Society of Civil E n g i i-neers.
neers. i-neers. Panama Chanter. Pacu'ic
Civif Council. Panama Canal Na
tur a I History Society, and the SP-
EBQSA. He is also a member of
the Canal Zone Art League, of
which his wite, Mrs. Anaoel My
ers, w President this year.
w or sing wiu Mr. M y e r a as
uoara ot Directors are: vice nrea-
meni iur. noeer HacKett. sec
retary and treasurer Mrs. A. B.
AigbV. The Beverend Mainert Pe-
THE PANAMA CHAPTER OF THE ROTARY CLUB offered i banquet Thursday night at Ho Hotel
tel Hotel el Panama'j Balboa Salon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. bian faolo Lang. Mr. Lang Is presi
dent, of the Rotary International now visiting the Isthmus to preside over the conferences of
the Institute of Kotary Iniormation Advisors talcing nlace at El Panama. In this photagraph
Mr. and Mrs, L'ang'admire the Panama national dress worn by two-pretty senorlvas. 5
PANAMA'S PRESIDENT RICARDO ARIAS
COCKTAIL PARTY FOU HENRK HOLLAND
A cocktail party was riven at the Presidential Palace for
U.S. Assistant Secretary of Latin American Affairs, Henry
Holland, before his departure lor Wasnington, D. C,-.-1
- U.S. Embassy-Offers Dinner
For Mr Henry Holland "
; '. The United States Ambassador,
" Julian li'iske Hamngion, entci'.
tained with a dinner Dartv in hoh-
, or of Assisiaia becreary oi Lauivi
- American Allans, Henry Hollam1,
'at Hie hmbassy Hesideuce on La
. cresta before Mr. Holland's de departure.
parture. departure. ;
Wooktnd' Guests For .,
The Loon Greonos
Mr. and. Mi's. Leon G. Greene
will have; as house guests for the
' veekend, at theit, El Valle homej
Is Verdes, Mn and Mrs. Joun T T-Fogarty,
Fogarty, T-Fogarty, Mies Julaine Fogarty,
and Miss Tanya Zubieta.
Mr. Cam'ilo Quolqucjou
Returns From Boat Trip ' ;
Mr. Arturo, Muller returned
Thursday trum a vr.p up ui Go to
Montijo aboard he German- ship
lived, and worked here for many
years, lirst in the Apustolship oi
ibe Missions of the Vicarship and
later as superior Fatdcr oi Clirui
Mrs. Hubh Arnold' Gives
Luncheon For Visiting Middies
Mr. Hugh Arnold entertained
midshipmen from ; Atalnta w h o
were here with the training cruise
"Uiarue last ween. .
Aiso attending were the Misses
Jo Anne and Suzy Potter, Peggy
Ann Donovan, bally Harroid, pais
Costello. Alison- Heath. Pamela i
Carpenter, and Mary Frances Tuw
vis .III, son of Colonel and Mrs.
aioun j. Davis, foraieny m F r t
. iuey will now be assigned, as
part uf tueir course, to various
jiiiys of uie.Aiueiic.n ilercuam.
Marine for a year of practical ex-
leiiiLe. v ,
Mr. Louis Sommor
ruts to Siaios
jmLoUiif maimer left by plae
fast ween to aueiid the luntrai oi
nis inuuei, wuu o.eu iu iew
Jiorw, Aug. a.-
'- Cocktail Party
- Air. and Mrs. Eusebio Gonzalez
,v have issued invitations for a cock
. tail party to-be given at- their
v residence in El Caogrejo and Aug
-14'from T to 9" p.im
South America Bound .
' Princess Aleiandra de la Casa
Montenegrin, wno has been visit-
j ing in Panama for the past I e w
. days has resumed her journey to
Card Party At :
Newcomers' Club v r
The Newcomers' Club will give
on a card pany on Wednesday, Aug.
15 atthe Maraanta Service ten
ter at 1:30 P.m. Tickets may be
purchased from any mcmoer at
une dollar each. Tickets will cnti
tie holders to door and table priz prizes
es prizes and refreshments. ...
Fort Kobbo Ssrvico Club 7
flans Ituorostina a: vents
Komalnnor Uf August
A weaving class to oe taught by
Colonel runic d Muler. com-
manuitig uuicer. iOth nuautrv u
.Hircm; an .cxtkoitiea oi La;in-A
mencaa uunotug oy iurne-auu
Dunu; a tiiin on -tne actual con construction
struction construction oi the Panama Canal;
and a camera trip to tne Univer University
sity University of i-anama uiese are among
the highligmi of the program plan planned
ned planned pyMue; urt iktOuo s&'vice
Ctub lor the month of August;
- Arrives For Consocrotation ,.
' Father Jesus Serrano, CMF., Ti-
- tular Bishop of Ipseli 'and Aputo Aputo-T
T Aputo-T lie Vicar of Darien arrived on the,
Isthmus from San Jose, Costa Ri Rica'
ca' Rica' recently for his consecration
' ceremonies at the National Sanc-i
tuary off Wednesday, Aug. ,22.
:- "Well known and much esteemed
"in" Panama,' Fathej Serrano has
Cotillion Club Will Holdf' '
A Sports Shirt Dance to be giv given"
en" given" by members of the Cotillion
Club will begin at 8: 30 -tonight at
the Brazos Brook Country Club
Jd end at 12:30 a.m. 'Music will
be furnished by the Royal Sultans.
Monday night (Aug. will find
two euutauuuai CtuaSu in fuii
swuik ue uuo. at eigne o
AREN'T WELCOME IN CITY-
OR COUNTRY i : ; ;
Not long ago I wrote a column
on o e h a 1 1 of "country cousins"
wno ail summer long find them
selves sleeping and feeding
vi s i t o r s "from town"mong
them some who invite themselves
for a week and others who just
"Avrin in" In ?M i ..... j
Now it seems that the "city
coujins" want it known that
wey, too, nave a problem
They claim, they are forever
putting up country cousins, who
use their houses and apartments
as hotels. .-
" They come to the city td shop,
to visit the dentist, to stay while
a relative is in a hiipitah'Do they
make reservations at a hotel.'
Not on your life.' They write
cousin Sue and her husband r
cousin Sam and his wife and say,
"I thought' I'd stay with, you for
a few days." J
While tljey are In the city they,
ekpect to be entertained. and
showing ""country cousins" all the
nights can be both wearying, ex expensive
pensive expensive and time consuming.
Furthermore, all too often they
bite the hand that feeds and en entertains
tertains entertains them. They say, "How do
you stand the noise?" They com complain
plain complain about the traffic and' de deplore
plore deplore the crowds,.. i
And whenvthev- are Tead'fo. to
home after thcirt "city .cousins"
have knocked themselves out to
take them -around to see the sights!
tney say," "Well,, it a teen nice
visiting you but I sure would
hate to have to. live here."
; The moral to this second article
would seem to be that whether
they live in the city ,or the
country, folks aren't quite as ho
pitable as they pretend to be.
so wnetner u s a "city cousin
f '' ....
OTIS C. MYERS, Now Pr.i Pr.i-dont
dont Pr.i-dont of Isthmian Historical
terson, Mrs. Brodie B u r ah a m,
jirs.. Virginia poDens, jurs. c. 5
lhe members of this Society
look forward to the coming month monthly
ly monthly programs, which will continue
unfold interesting and little known
aspects of the colorful history of!
Panama and of the .Zone.
.New members and Interested
guests are always welcome to at
tend the meetings. The first meet
ing of the new season will be on
Sent. 3. 7:30 p.m. at the Hotel Ti
voli.' Subject: "Construction Days."
A panel ot two men and two worn
...Ill 1 J At.- j: v
CU Will 1CHU UIC UlkCUMlUU.
.-'-,..- r' .... ,, -.
.The Sorontimist Cluh will hold
their bi-monthly meeting at 4:30
p m.iHt the. El'Panama Hotel on
Rummaga Silt To Bo Hold
By Legion Auxiliary
American Legion Auxiliary Unit
No. 1, will hold 'a rummage sale at
the Parasio Boy Scout Shed on I
Aug. 25. Anyone who would like to I
donate clothing, etc. should ''all
Mrs. Pat George, 2-1698, or Mrs.
Jpan O'Connell 2-2324. i
Jjd1 Slwvdtli Quad
Election of officers of Kol Shearilh
hrael will be held in the Community
Hall at 8:00 p.m. on August 14,
1956. All members afe. urged to at attend.
tend. attend. -V i :;r
ma ciass in weaving; a naif hour
earlier another in tne series of Ba-
lea cusses will commence.
Three exhibition dance bv Hir
nett and Dunn will highlight the
iJiusiain wuicn uuo Directress
Mrs. Dorris B. Caldwell has Jined
up lor me mgnt of Aug. 17th. Cou
ples.' dancing to the music of Al
Socomi Year At Merchant marun and nia six-piece orches
Marino Afadomy For .1 tra, will be provided with a settine
loci i ogys "-' inue aecorauons lor tne eve-Cadct-iviidshipmen
'who havaning. r
completed their first year at the
Colonel Wilier will' conduct t vi:itvmi hi hittv it nntii
you are urged to come.
Self-inyited guests apparently
aren't welcome is the city or the
country. a ' .-
United States Merchant Marine
Academy at -Kings Point, New
York, are' Andrew Bleakley, Jr.,
son of Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Bleak,
ley of Margarita; Robert H. Em
erick, son of Capt,, and Mrs.' R.
H. Emerick, USW., former resi residents
dents residents of Cristobal and Jons J. Da
V t v I i
Mfiqe to Measure Suits k
for Men and Women.
DE LUXE CONFECTION
Across .from thVJ'EI Panama", Hotel
, lhe Personnel Division of the
Panama Canal Company has fur-
msned Fort Kobbe with a s h 0 r t
film on the actual construction of
ice Panama Canal. Servicemen
and their families on .hand the
evening of Aug. 23 will have an op
portunity 10 view tne mm.
The same evenine Mrs. Cald
well will award the prizes for the
I outstanding black-and-white a n d
coior snot submitted In the current
- lanai rnoto contest."
Finally, on the 30th of "the
month, v another in the Club'i
"Know Your JVeighbof Policy" so-!
ties will find those interested cam
era fans traveling to thcVniversi
ty 01 Panama lor a tour of
campus" and an opportunity to ob observe
serve observe classes in action. ...
Variety Night At
Tonight's Variety 'Night at the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Serivcc
Center promises t be another en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable evening of entertainment.
Show timer 8 p.m. -
Volunteering their services for
the program, comprised mainly
of winners of the Panama A r e a
All-Army Entertainment Contest.
the participants' are Eddie Ed
wards, vocalist: Donald A y t c h,
saxophonist: Don Barney and his
Midnighters, jazz ..combo; Billy
Conner, guitarist and singer; A.
Eduardo Lambert, pianist: the Nu-
Tones. sensational quartet: and
Jimmy Maduro, Spanish songster
Servicemen, theif dependents
and the general public of the Ca
nail Zone and the Republic of Pa
nama are. invited to attend this
. A- teen-age- girl' wants to
know If she can invite a boy
wno na never asked tier for a
date to a dance where girlsarc
supposed to invite boys. Of
course she can if she knows him
fairly well and if he has always
seemed friendly. -' -However,
aho aihnuldnt tiiiMi
6dm to atari dating her lust be
cause, he accepts her Invitation
and escorts her to the dance.
Different because it's
World't larfed Ming pnpani muMari
v V.v, '.'I''LT
iHOORAYi: IT'S SUPER CHOCOLATY
: Jlestle's Quik!
You can't mate it bctrtr-for' Quik' has
the rich, true chocolate flavor that only
Nestlfs gives.Yu can't male it faster!
p add 2 heaping; .teaspoons of Quik;
, powder to cold" milk, stir, and it's ready,
DeUcious Quik stays' mixed,' stays
chocolatyt Your kids will drink mote milk ' j
when it's QUlK-miatd.
,, fi-' a
'" 'f Jf ?v
HOT OR COLD-DELICIOUS EITHER WAY
the program of entertainment,
1 1 . 1 tin
j t I Piano bass and drum
' A v to entertain the late crowd
' i5 V i vefV Friday and Saturday
" '. V f asiipVi- midnite to 4:30 m. in the
1 L alr-condltloned Bttfhoa Bar.T
, have you heard
(NlRhtcaD on-the-house at 4:35 a m.)
George also plays the piano
10 p.m. 2 a.m. Sun.. Tues., Wed. Thurs.
f ( r
v THE "UNTIL 7 PA EATING CLUB" f
b. 2 LOI ........0.75)
Vx y lUIiCII O.J 3 2 p.fn;
tV SPECIAL bo 7.
v ,. ,t u v 1 -y i
., Includes Appetizer Soup or Gjnsome
Entree r Salad Dessert Bread
, Dutter & Coffee or Te?
MUSIC AND DAJSCIJSG EVERY NIGHT
TYPICAL NIGHTS on WEDNESDAY with
r "Con junto nicet" and Margarita Escala
EL RAI3CH0 GARDgil
Best entertainment during the week-end in our
cuuipicici)' new air-conuiuoneu j
V. .... ..
Q&IiaouA hopiad dbinla
Dance with Papitp Baker and his Trio
't NOTE: Gentlemen are requested to wear coats after 6 p.m.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 13:1
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD ATJ4FERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
iihii: .iiLjiriVi. i.-vurintr h:
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE QF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT57 4H" STREET, PANAMA
t Street Me.1
Agendas IntaitnLdt Publicacionss
' lit La CanaHiH'
Ha. M street ':.
- 4th ef July Ave, J It
, LEWIS SERVICE V
. Ave. Than Ma. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS' UNIDC3
. 14 Caaaral Ave. .
' FARMACIA LUX
' IM Caattal Am
J. Pee. 4e la On Ik Ha. U
' FOTO DOMY
Joe Iiwmu At. uIBK ,:
FARMACIA EL' BATURRO J
fufM Lefevre t Street :
.... FARMACIA .SASn-
-; v Via fam :
' f.OVEDADES ATHIS
. Tie: baata Ave. .
. Ma. Leriery flu
, CASA ZALDO
Coastal A to. 4
' f :
COMMERCIAL ; &
CANAL XOKI WH.YCUNIC
j OEltTAL MEDICAL
' DR. C I. FAIMSA, O.OJ.
etV of Jaly) iAja,
(taMti Aswan School Ptajptaai)
Tel. Mill ranauna
, JIM JUDGE
fhs Panama J-0551
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packer Shipper Mover
Plionat2 245l .ilS2
learn Ming at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
. Riding t Jumping Clawe Ml
I la 5 a.m. -r Phona 2-2451,
ar by appoinlmant.
' ; eonu, calleaaca, aalli
(Dr. Scholia teataedi V
it Juta Arosemeaa Pa. t-mr
' in different kises.
; Cash p. Credit Club
With Knee Injury
WASHINGTON Aug. 11 (UP)
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (K-Wis.)
tin bMii in the Bethesda, Md.,
- Naval Hospital since Monday for
treatment of an old knee injury,
it was disclosed today.,.
Navy doctors said they will .ex-
amine the knee for several days
before deciding whether lt surgery
SECURITIES IN PANAMA ;
' ABIAS, HATV8SI ASSOCIATES)
V I , B14 Ask
Abattoir Naclonal ;
Banet Pldudaito 11
Blokmlgoti ,.. W
Cemento Panama ....... n TSJW
Cervtceria Naclonal .... SI .
Chlricana do Lech .... 11
. Coca' Cols ..r
PreL with Com. .....
DestOadora Naclonal ...
Financier btmefta i
Pret with Com.' ....)
Pinanzae, 8. A: i j
ptef. with Com ,.... IH
"Fueria y Lux PreL ,.. il 1t e.
Pucna r tua Com, ... W
Hotels Interamerlcanoa. 414
General da Seguroe '.U U i
Panamefis da AceJtee ... '
Panamefia d Fibra
PanameAa d Seguro .. O
. Panamefia da Tatwce .. W
' Teatro Bellavhta
rs. Service V
FOR SALE-Chinata ra9 9x12.
jada fraaa; and brga makosany
wardroba. Heuta (425 Dai Ba Baca,
ca, Baca, La Riot.
FOR SALE: 4-burtr ga tev
$90; oU $25; 2 chair $15
aach; china $20. Call Diablo 2-
FOR SALE: Twa Hollywood
twin bad framtt and rwa twin,
ixa maftrauat. ; Call at hout
5426-A, Diablo Height, Canal
Zana. .- ,:,
FOR SALE: Decorator jtaau,
medara and antique print oil
painting, framed mirror, lamph,
variau pike; (tudia bad couch
$25; double bed, box ipring,
mattrat $55; chints dipper,
chair $30; man1 valet ttand $5;
large electric raf rigerater $25;
an itara $6. Phona 3-6372.
FOR SALEt Philco combination
TV-radio-phono In mahogany
cabinet with torao lection,
$295. Curundu 83-7236. ;
FOR SALE: 9 c. ft. Wetting.
, houta refrigerator, 5-plece wick wick-ar
ar wick-ar t. Diablo 2-2389.
FOR SALE. 2 ittt: I table with
4 chair aach, $10; baxineHa
with ttand, pad, lining $8; wiek wiek-,
, wiek-, ar Kving room tor, 4 piece $20.
Call 2-4109. v. V ,
' FOR SALE: Refrigerator, g
atava, automobile (highert bid bidder),
der), bidder), table radio, tnitc .furniture,
52nd Street No. 5. Apartment 1,
6:30-9 p.m. v ";
THIS WEEK'S BARGAINS at
Mahogany double bed with new
wiattrei $79; Hollywood double
' bed (complete) $59; panel dou double
ble double bedi (complete) $39; me-'
tal dretser $14.50; modern'
- yanitie $30; mahogany fining
p roem table and 4 chairs; $75 r
aidebeard $35;, china doiet
$18; mahogany dinette t aat
(paitel colon) $49; u folding
bed $35; mahogany arm chair S
upholterad in leather, $29; 4-f
oonoiee witn spring1
$29; lcitty koop $25; linoleum.-
$6.95, and many other. EASY
TERMS IMMEDIATE DELIV DELIV-ERY
ERY DELIV-ERY CASH DISCOUNTS. Na
tional Ave. No. 41. Phone 3.
FOR SALE: 3 "bamboo bakat,
chain, $21. 8506 Margarita,
4 FOR SALE: Solid mahogany,
hand-carved ; Louia hin, odd
tablet. Na. 1-126 46th Street,
fir SALE: 14 cu. ft. freeier
$290,' -automatic waiher $1 35;
9.4 cu, ft. refrigerator with
freeier top $160. All 60-eycle.
2X9?" U' Alb,00k Phon
FOR SALE: Brand new bed.
room et, never been uted. Own Owner
er Owner leaving country. Call Panama
Number 'Nine Figured Prominently
In Career Of 'Retiring M-Sergeant
Aher 21 years in th Armval!.mk
"l wnicn were spent in tne canal
Zone with the exception of nine
monus in me states. M-Sgt. Paul
L. Smith, who retires in Decem December,
ber, December, will leave his quarters in
building .No. 9 with more than'
more nostalgia. It was to build building
ing building No. 9 that Sgt. Smith was first
assigned in May. 1936. At-that
time, the Fort Amador building
nousea jtsanery r, 4th Coast Ar-
uuery Aegimem. j S
Smith has seen manv ssipr-
iiienis unc mose nrst days in
1936, but in April of this year, he
was assigned to the Casual Co..
7441st, and moved into the senior
NCO barracks housed in building
. inus, it became his first and
tasi nome in tne Armv.
nut in Between tne first and last
assignments, Smith has had somdS" Jg tf woman to
varied and colorful Army "homes", Sff Hi011 Ln factjih
and the number "nine", has figur-J
ea prominently in his career.
1 no bertytburg. Pa., native on on-lited
lited on-lited in the Army on Dec. 18,
1935, and. arrived in thp Canal
Zona on May 1, 1934. He was as assigned
signed assigned to Battery f, Fourth
Coast -Artillery ttegiment:
In February, 1939, he was as assigned
signed assigned td a unit on Ancon Hill
where he remained until 1941 when
he was transferred to Battery L,
72nd' Coast Artillery. : rv
In 1942. Smith became a mem
ber of the Battery Separate. 733rd
Coast Artillery which was the first
90mm unit m Panama. -; . ;
During this period everyone in
the unit was shipped to other sta
tions. Everyone, that is, except
From August, 1943, until' August,
1944, Smith wag assigned to posi position
tion position 67, 891st AAA Battalion at
fort Kobbe. f rxt
On, the ninth anniversary of his
enlistment in the Army, Smith was
assisned to H Co.. 150th Infan
try at Fort Clayton. He was first
sergeant of the lock guard at Pe
dro Miguel on tne east side of the
Canal. However, within 4 months
be was back in the artillery with
FOR SALE: 1941 A-ton Dodge
pick-up, good condition aft a a-round.
round. a-round. Balboa 3050.
FOR SALE. 1953 Ford conver convertible,,
tible,, convertible,, new top, mow tire, excel-
lent condition. Good buy. Call
.FOR SALE: 1949 Ford V-8,
very good condition. Priced right.
2-3775 Balboa. r
FOR SALE. 1952 Hillmaa 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. Call Balboa 2-1762. :
FOR SALE. 1955 V-8 Catalina
Pontiac Coupe, excellent eondi- :
tion, two-tone,, ivory and blue,
ww tire, radio and back-up.
light, standard ihift. (Can be
financed). Phone 2-3114, hour
5 to 7 or call at house 0776,
Apt. L, Williamson Place.
FOR SALE. 1951 Mercury 2 2-door
door 2-door black," radio fir O.D., good
condition. Phone 83-7102.
FOR SALE -1949 Buick Road.
maater convertible, 4 new tube tube-In
In tube-In tire $200. Call 2-4109.
FOR SALE: 1953 Studebakar
5-patsenger (port coupe, ww
tire, radio, directional light,
$950. Call Fort Kobbe 4275.
FOR SALE. 1955 Studabeker'
four-door tedan, 14,000 mile,
new tire. $1200. Albrook 16-
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
BelAir, excellent 'condition. .Call
- FOR SALE: 1953 Old Super
88,' (haded glasi, ; automatic
trammhsipn, power brake, ra radio,
dio, radio, ww tire, duty paid,"
.$1400. Call Panama 3-4870.
FOR SALEt 1954 Mercury
hardtop, excellent condition. Mutt
be teen to be appreciated. Can
be seen at house 6245 Los Riot.
Phone P.R. Kuyoth, 2-3546.
FOR SALE i Jaguar Convertible
XK 120, $1395. See it try it
' at Colpan Motor. Automobile
'Row. Phone 2-0625,. 1 ,,
FOR SALE: 1950 Packard,
good condition, $400, 2-door.
Phone Cristobal 3-3256.
FOR SALE-1954 Black Jaguar
Mark VII Salon Sedan, 16,000'
mile, .-excellent condition, red
leather Matt. Completely equip,
ped. Call Coca Solo 606.
FOR SALE; 1953 Hillman
convertible, good condition. Call
$f3 Carothan, Clayton 5105..
I FOR SALE: Last of it kind.
1949 Willy Jeeptter, new top',
. A-1 condition throughout. Con.'
tact kinehart, Club El Oasi.
t WANTED A good home for
- an excellent watch dog. 'Call
5" riiJL8 1?, th Gjoup.lsaying, "I feel it a crime to take
Fort Clayton. His 'outfit had 37
Smith reenlisted in 1945 apd was
assiened to Battsrv R wiih 111
Battalion on the west aids f p.
aro Miguel. Late in 1945, he trail-
aicirvu ;4 ro nq. a; q. battery
wnere Be was assigned until
March, 1954, During this period,
he reenlisted for the second time
on June a, isao. ,. y.
in juarcn, 1954, the sergeant
was assigned to C Battery of the
764th AAA 'Battalion : ; :
During the first few months "oil
inis year, bmitti was confined to
vauey ,oTge Hospital. He rura
ed to the Canal Znn
On Aug. 9. 1944. Smith marHt
the former Francisca Salazar Gue-
rra. Aner world War II Mr, Smit i
ws me nrsi woman to live 1 at
only woman living at Fort Clayton
iur several momns. IB 1952,. the
Smiths built a home at El Volcan
wnere they will live after retire
,ment. ', w'r :! '.:
He is the son of Mrs. Mary f,
Smith of Gettysburg, Pa.! r
1,030 Phiina Daily
PORTLAND, Me. (UP) C
roruanaers are caning spruce 4
3981 at, the rate of 1,000 per day
to hear a prayer, read over the
leiepnone Dy(a Baptist minister.
Tntr Dial-A-Praver service be
gun this spring has outstripped all
expectatons. V : ; s 4
Rev. William J. McIIhenny be-
gar. the service rather speculative
ly, but within a month's time lust, A sample prayer, text goes "as
study phone began to ring at mefollows: "t-
rate of 756 to 1.000 times every 24 "This is ; Reverend McIIhenny,
hours. ; reminding von that whatvr vmir
Rev. McIIhenny has a new mes
1 sage ready each day, but the
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS v
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CJL
ISAACS TYPEWRITER REPAIRS
Panama 3-3319. '
Dr. Wandehaka Medical Clinic,
Day-Night Service. Opposite ::
Chan Bank. Ppue 2-3479 V
Panama. j' t -.
FOR SALE: 1953 Indian mo motorcycle
torcycle motorcycle $ 1 50; Tudor writt warchV
with elastic metal band,' good
, $6.50; imitation leather chroma
upholstery $20; electric fa and
new soldering iron.
Phone lalbea 2-4455.
FOR SALE: Upright piano,'
good condition, excellent tone,
$150. Call Curundu 5286.
FOR SALE: Drill prat, metal
turning, 9-inch' lathe, matt at attachment.
tachment. attachment. 56 1 6-D, Diablo,
FOR SALE: 1938 Plymouth
- Coupe in good condition, televi.
t.iion antenna-.with extension
s mast; 25-cycle tube tester. Bal-
; baa 2-3713. .x--:-,-'.
; JUST ARRIVED. Large mmm mmm-1
1 mmm-1 tion of Dog,' Cat, Bird and Fish
. supplies. W have everything for,,
' your pet.' Alia Tropical Fishes,
f Budgie (Parakeet), Tama Par. :
rot,- Young Mined Birds. Acua-:
. rio Tropical Pet Shop, -49 Via
' EspaAa, across from Tropelce.
; Phone 3-5411. j,
FOR SALE: (1952 Mercury;
piano; reftigerater; drying ma ma-china;
china; ma-china; btdroom, etc. Phong 2
FOR SALE -American Encycle
: pedla. Far information call 3-'
1 '2069 .Pnam."'"S-','!!f;
FOR SALE New "Excelsior?
accordion; original price $260.
Mutt sell Immediately far $175.
Phone Balboa 3751 ar Panama
The Mn Did Say
By B.J McFARLAND
PHOENIX,, Arii;, (UP) Ad
vice to tourists on the wavthroust
Arizona to Las Vegas,! especially
those with a hankerin' to try their
skill in the casinos: '"
Mark down "lallv Mto1irw.in 'vniir
deiinitions of winning poker hands.
Chances are the house would
not let-you get away, with it, but
there, was a time., when the West
was wild and woolly, when a lally
cooler was the secret weapon for:
beating four aces. .,.'.
It was in 1892. that a reoorter
for the Tombstone Prospector sat
down with a couple of buddies to
play a hand of poker, 1 with a
stranger in Tombstone.. It was
lally cooler that saved the Tomb
stone journalist from losing his
snirt to the city fefler. t
The pot was Built up to more
than sizable proportions, and the
city fellow had the -surest thing
in an poKeraom tour ices.
The news reporter kept raising
the stranger holding the "four bul bullets,"
lets," bullets," much to the stranger's sur-
nrifij) Finnllv th. mtrnnnA a 1 1 a4
au your money just because you
are foolish. I have four aces," and
he began to rake in All the chips.
rwrop era, yelled the news newsman.
man. newsman. "I've got you beat, I've got
a lally cooler." ; t.xr-,.
"What?" i asked the I startled
stranger.-'. fc' .;-
"A lally cooler rm ttia ra-
"What'a that?" inquired the but
of-towner with the four ices..
r.The newsman revealed three
diamonds and a" nair 0 i-lubs.
"Check the game rules pasted on
the wall if you don't believe this
beats you." The stranger did, and
sure enough the lally-cooler was
top nana. .. . ..
They dealt another hand and
again tbe.pot grew to a pile of
money, .with ,the stranger pawn pawning
ing pawning his jewelry, train ticket and
all to stay in the game.
Came the showdown Vith the
stranger calling and the Tomb
stone journalist laid down foir
"Too bad for you," yelled the
stranger. "I've got a lallv cooler."
Too bad for you; friend," came
the chronicler's reply,1 "Read $e
f And looking at the tules, the
stranger- saw that a 'lally cooler
could be played "only once in an
phone rings so constantly he has
a hard time changing the records.
The minister would prefer to read
the messages personally but that
irapossioie." a leiepnone an
swenng ,- maenme periorms
iasK,ior nim. v.- .'
The demand for the service is
so great that about nine times out
jot 10 the minister s line is busy.
uut inat doesn't daunt the caiTers,
wno Keep trying.,
ned may be, prayer will help,
ATTENTION LI Juat barM
naedefei fumnihad apaitsaanls, I.
2 bedieeme, hot, cold watas,
Phene Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT Furnished apart
mant, air conditioned, television..
Phone 2-07 1 0 or 2-206 1
FOR "RENT: Furnished modern
apartment, screened, military in
spotted, ana and twa bedrooms.. ;
Five minutes, walk from Zona.;
FOR RENTs Apartment fa San
Francisce, 13th Street No. 21,
FOR RENT: 2-hadreom apart,
mant w i t k all ceaveniencev
beautiful, residential isittr.
Screened, bet water, ate. CaH 2-
3397 ar 3-6807. f ,.::
FOR RENT: A two-bedroom
furnished apartment with garage
and maid's roam. 5 1st St. Na."'
20, comer af Federico Boyd.
Pbene 3507. r;
FOB PENT N.k, I.M.i.k.j
mnm aniumisnee aparrmanr.
Alhambra Apartment, 10th St.
Na. 8061. Pheaa 1386, Colon.
A i f '. .'
FOR RENT: "EI Cangreje,"
modern comfortable 2-bodroom
; apartment, not warer, garage.
Balboa. 2-1651 or 2-3382, Re-
, FOR RENT: Madera new a a-partmentt,,
partmentt,, a-partmentt,, ana and twa bad..
room, living-dining ream, kitch-,
en, bathroom and ether cenve cenve-:
: cenve-: niences. Via IspaKa in front af
Parejil." Phone 2-0948. a S
, FOR .RENT:--, Furnished apart apart-'
' apart-' ment, parlor and dining room,
two bedroom, gas stove, wefri
gerator. Bella Vrtta. 43rd Street
4N. 43-69. a ji,.,'ri ;'
f OR RENT: Completely fur-
nishtd two-bedroom apartment.
Hot water. From Aug. 2 1st te
Oct. 24th. Call Pma. $-3212..'
FOR RENT: -large modern 8.
bedroom apartment with large;
living room, dining seem, 2 main-,
bathrooms, kitchen, maid' roam',
and bath (within Apt.), laundry
ream, hot water, cedar dry clos closets,
ets, closets, wide balcony around master
bedroom; also baa garage, with
doers, and lacker' ream under
house. The apartment i ex ex-.
. ex-. tremely cool, located good- resi residential
dential residential district. Third floor Apt.'
' Renf $150 monthly. Apartment'
completely screened. Phone Pan.'
ami 2-002.7 ar 3-0763. ,;
, 4TH OF JULY AVE
r: Bldq :r" ;,
. - -
Maid Service .
. Hot and Cold Water
. CALL 2-2j8l
! or viit premlte,'
lb l:bby l!:rser
Ci:l Horse Hobby
Fcr Kids A$!(cd
ly FRED DANZIG
NEW YORK f (UP) Hobby
nurses are au rigm- tor the young youngsters..
sters.. youngsters.. But real horses in hr-ttar.
So says Bernie Mann, a rasnrt
land restaurant owner i- nf Pnrr
Washington, L.I., who has always
found time to raise horses.'
Mann realizes that most of us
can t Keep horses around the
house for the kiddies; so he sug
6w Mioaar vr UlUlrUUlV ej U111UI
the local horse-riding academy.
He feels, that youngsters will get
a big thrill out of workins with
the horses and riding. them, lrlann
aaas mat uiymmc cnamnion BiUv
Steinkraus never rode his own
horse until he was an adult Buly
learned how by renting horses.
Mann, now 41, grew up on a
family farm in Flushine. L.I..
back in the days when there was
enough room for farms. When he
was seven, his dad bought him a
little crown, con.
Later on. as an adult. Bernie
Mann became an orchestra leader,1
but he continued with his hobby,
I of horses. And after serving in the
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. neighborhood, television, tela,
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ble Available September lit. Call 3-4137.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Washing machine,
25-cycle, wringer type. Must be
in good condition Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3676. .: :,..
WANTED Electric mater, 3
hp., 220-vok, single phase, 25
cycle. Pbene Navy 3623.
McCoy Get Man
SAUKAMISNTO. Cal f (1TP
.There's nnn mntnrit In --1!
lumia wno is not likely to break
. ui vnii
speeaing laws tor a while. .
He was beirig "chased over a
wmdmg and hiUy road br a hi Bh-
way patrolman and was slowly
pulling away. As he topped a hill
and .started down he came upon a
road block complete with patrol
cars, machine guns and shot guns.
He broueht his car tn skMHina
halt, visibly shaken by all the spe special
cial special attention.
, What he didn't know was that
he had run Into a motion picture
company on location, and the road
block was one of their et N.H.
less to say, he was caught by the
, t .... .' 1 'f -V''-k- "t-""-'. "' i",
For manv Tears Cvnriots hava
lieved in the United Kincdam.
uiusi ui uiciu in iuuuua. wnerev wnerev-er
er wnerev-er they are,, most Cypriots in Brit Britain
ain Britain take- oart side bv aide with
British people, in the daily life of
the community.-They have, their
homes and .apartments they have
jobs; ; they vote; they send their
cnuoren to cngiisn schools, join
English social organisations, and
generally play their- part in ? the
ttriusn. way of life. -. ?
Despite the NOSIS movement
in Cyprus, the Cypriot population
of London alone was never larger
man toaay. it exceeds u,uuo-a re remarkable
markable remarkable figufe when one consi considers
ders considers that the population of great greater
er greater Nicosia is only sliehtly over 53.-
000. Though there has been a stea
dy flow of Cypriots to Britain for
years, the rate of flow has recet-j
ly increased, despite full employ
ment in Cyprus. f v ''
' Tha on industry which has re recently
cently recently had to face difficulties
has been tha tourist industry,
for terrorism has' meant taw
tourists. But Mm difficulties of
that industry orip not alone re responsible
sponsible responsible for the increed- rata
of emigration. The Increase is
likely to bo ejuite as much due to
emigration to find, peace and
freedom from terrorism. During
the first eight months of last
year no lots than 2,400 want to
England while another 700 found
a new, life m other parts of the
In the past three years 7,550 Cy
armv. he boueht a retired army
iumnr -that he : named "Music
Master." In 1948. after Mann and
I his brothers opened the "Riviera,'.'
they bought another horse and
called it "Riviera Man." in 1353.
the horse won several chimpion-
IfJ.BIlIfO OB11U tTaagUO.
But the current pride of the!
Mann farm at Brookville. L.I..
"Riviera Wonder," w h i e h was
boueht two years ago from the
former Mrs. Jock Whitney. ''Rivi
era Wonder" won national cham championships
pionships championships last year and Mann has
since acquired three of the .horse's
brothers. r .
Mann's wife and three sons help
trau the horses at the farm. Mann
said, "It's wonderful for the chil children.
dren. children. They learn sportsmanship.,
They gam confidence. They come
in contact with a nice eroup of I
people. And they are kept out in
the fresh air. You can't beat it
when it comes to a hobby.'
EACHSIDE vacation Santa CU CU-ra.
ra. CU-ra. Shrapnel' comfortable house.
Phone Thompson lalbea 1772,
Gramlka'i 5at Ciara leach
Cottage, Modern conveniences,
.moderate rarev fa one Gamboa
PHIUIPS Oceeasida Cottagaa,
Santa Clara, las 435, lalbea.
Phone Panama 3-1177. Criote-
M 3-1C73. v
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beacb house. One mile past Ca Casino,
sino, Casino, Phone Balboa 1 166.
Spend -your week end at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach fn
the Republic, with alT conve conve--
- conve-- niences. Moderate price. Tha
neyr management ia anxiout ta
ll Heal Estate
FOR SALE: Land on corner of
I7tb Street, Paftilla, 937 tquire
mater. Good price.' Phone 3
0323: x v.-.m';:
nuuiiui numrnntia, 01 ientucKy, was a visitor, to tn ;
Canal Zone this week en route to th.e United States from, a visit
to South America where he attended the inaugural ceremonies
of the President of Bolivia. Humphreys' is a. personal friend
of United Sttaes District Judge Guthrie F. Crowe. During hls
brief visit, the Senator was taken to Miraflores 'Locks to set
the operations there. Above, leit to right, at Miraflores Locks V
are;. Judge Crowe, Humphreys, Gov. W. E. Potter, and Maj. i
David H. Smith, military assistant to the Govemor.v
Home And; In Britain
V i'f " f l!' '"' "' ,: '" -1" ' 4, ' "" ; "': it 1 -fi; i. -4 t'
Changes Under EMOSiS;
nrinto amtnnna ... u-t,.:.:.i.
IsIp 1 in unt
Commonwelath. and 265 went to A.
merica. Ten emigrated to Gree.ce
in inose tnree years!
Nowadays, statistics show, the
trend for Cypriots if increasingly
away from catering, and towards
other forms of employment, and
toaay one unds them in Rnt sh
factories, 'workshop and post offic offices,,
es,, offices,, and on the railways and bus
es, wnen local or general elec elections
tions elections come up they are found, too
at polling booths, casting their
voies ra neip anape tne destiny of
their new-found homeland. ;
in one London constituency alonr.V
2,000 wt of 3,500 Cypriote livini,
,U .. .
mere exercise meir r. rrancmse.
There are .Cypriots,' too; in Brlt-
ui 9 mi. wunu, ana recenuy uie
Royal Opera House. Covent Gar
den, gave a young Cypriot dancer
the big chance )of jus life. He
was admitted to the ballet, and
danced before the Queen in a Com,
mand Performance of "The Bar-
tered Bnde," the first Cypriot ev ever
er ever to have been so honored. 1
Obviously,-' many Cypriots
who emigrated to Britain did not
do so without dply pondering
the advisability of leaving
homo, especially emigrant of
mora recent days, who may well
heve compared their .prospect,
of life under the British flag with
life under t-NOSIS with Greece,
which they may havo thought
had recently been brought clos-J
or as a possibility. -
.Today, as a member" of the
Commonwealth, Cyprus has
Government of Cypriots and Brit
ons working side by-Side for the
island's good. It enjoys a separate
budget and all its revenue goes
back into the country for the .ben .benefit
efit .benefit of all. It has a taxation rate
Infinitely, lower than many other
is! countries. Its people contribute
comparatively little to defense. Its
young men are exempt from Na National
tional National Service. Jnd there is em
ployment here for all. In Great
Britain. Cyprus', is fortunate in
having a thriving market for its
products, for Britain buys from
Cyprus oyer $3,400,000 worth of
goods annually. f.,v:; t ';..
Against au this the long-minxi
ing Cypriot mus weish the pro, has the wish to work, but unem-
pects of life under ENOSIS. Iployment among Cypriots thera t
Would there be a Cypriot Legis- certainly will be if even a portion i
lature under Greeee?. Most prob-l of Greece's 200,000 fully uncmploy- t
ably, not More likely would ,Cy-ed are allowed into Cyprus to com com-,
, com-, prus be forced to end deputies topete for Cypriot jobs.
6oats & Motors
FOR SALE. Boat trailer. 121-X
Cretan Street, Balboa.
., FOR SALE 12-ft. boat with
trailer; 7 'A -hp. and 3-hp, me me-.
. me-. ton, miic,. equipment. Make -offer;-
Phone Bal. 2-2352, 790 790-'
' 790-' D, TavernilUk Balboa.
WANTEDS- Experienced cook,
good payment, da net apply if
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Federico Boyd D4-22. 1
Ann llttin School of Dancing.
Opening 6th Term Sept. 4th in
Cocoli. Registration Aug. 28th
and 30th, 2 to 5 p.m. Free pros-
I entariee of "Little Show" oF
lummer vacation clan on Aug., .,
.31, 7 p.m. .Cocoli Clubhouse
Studio. Residence phona Balboa:
2-4415. : :sn;--:-- -,X
A thrive finit h .IminiclA. v...
ficials appointed by Athens., ,'
What ot the island's revenue and
bhdget systems?. Would they re-
main, or would much revenue find
its way to the Greek Treasury?
Would the present separate taxa
tion system prevail, or would Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus pay Cypriot and Greek tax-
es? If it did, to cite one exam example,
ple, example, Cypriot owners of 17 horse-
power cars would pay, Uka
Greeks, 7 pounds, & shillings. -. 1
If, like Greece. Cvnrue hl a
contribute half its revenue for
defense (that is, over $14,000,000
be found? Probably increat-
wwm me money 1
jng taxation by SO per cent a-
mve na presem level, and or by
slashing expenditures on public
project which today give Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus the highest standard of liv liv-ing.tho
ing.tho liv-ing.tho has over known, and
pl ,1" Mrei it still further, f
In Bntam the Cypriot e m i.
grant is liable, within certain ago i
limits, ot a comparatively brief i
period of NaUonal Service. Cy-
k..ui uuijie are exempt, ana
limits, to a comparatively bnet
the Bntish Government in1 fact
maintains, at hedvy cost, to
the British taxpayer, troops in Cy Cy-prus
prus Cy-prus to protect the island. Tha J
cash which they alone bring into S
Cypriot pockets in a score of ways f
is considerable. ;
Under ENOSIS Cvoriota' rhann-
es of becoming soldiers appear t ;
be pretty good-or bad, according
to how one looks at it W in t
Greece all males between the aKes
aim u and so are liable for milita-
ry training. : :
And finally, under ENOSIS i
would the Cyprus Civil Service bo
staffed, as it is today, largely with ;
cypriots? lAt Dec. 31. 1955 tha
figures for all branches of the Cy-
a:. i i
gaged locally; and 266 recruited''
from overseas, including 107 on f
contract), it seems more likely
that the key jobs would go to
Greeks,- for Athens' has already r
threatened this by saying that Cy-,
pros could afford to employ 5,000
Greek Civil Servants, tare aro I
200,000 unemployed and 800,000 un-der-employed
in- Greece today. In
it k wi &a vn.i hie wrr j iuvv nviiat 1
Cyprus no one need.be idle a ha
SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1956
TITI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NETVSPAPEB
i i 'ir v,i y: $ : trimoiW
Spanish Program 1
With Jorgs Mistral
-wtth Martha Roth
T IV Oil
with John Wayne and
A DAY OF FURY
. with Dale Robertson
and Nora Gorday
Late Show Saturday:
MADNJSSS OF THE HEART
with Margaret Lockwood
Jack Palanc-, in -1
DIED A THOUSAND TIMES
with Shelley Winters in
Cinemascope & Technicolor!
- and -James
Dean, Natalie Woods in
REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE
with Pal Mtneo
NIGHT LOTTERY I
KISS OF FIRE
with Jack Palance
DUEL AT SILVER
with Audte Murphy
VICT. OR I. A
THE IRON CLAW
Chapters 10-11", i
- Also: ;
Britons Hold Record
In Air, Water,
That "is why large strains oc occurred
curred occurred on the waistcoat buttons of
a kingdom last March 10 when the
news came out of the blue, afonij
with some suDersonic bangs which
T-nxnnv rin yVniuh.i tn. r.mnheii U .' nrMont fractured several ; greenhouses.
jnen enjoy asking American (our-1 water record of 216 milfs an hour: 3,4 J u. limM4
ists Wis year if it's true the United1 Two down and one to go ana me uu i ci
Krttich nprltwt lin. ? "i ""r "' .....
plane after another kept hittiri
fantastic new velocities. It .looked
as if American hi?h speed -cjvi-lifation
had the old lion lockqj
out of the sky. ''
States is slowing down,
It isn't just that the British Em
pire has produced five lour-minute
fcaTrrnr.T1 lit ::',,'nnninr,"r-'r" -y ------rA-.-y--------vr-i------ v''T-ilt"
ITALIAN PU2ZLER Actress Joan Fontaine inspects a piece'
. pt sculpture on display at the "Btennale' International Art
Show in .Venice.- The. art piece, ."Composition, is? by German;
. t i-
f By OSWALD JACOBY
; Written for NEA Service
. Both sides vul.'
Sooth West North
1 IV 4V
Double" Pas Pss Pass
' Opening lesd K
Karl Hurtung, ,!
Jy Eidcine Johnson
ups and Longshots: There's '"for
' Adults; Only', restriction on the
film: version tof ?'The Bid Seed"
V.' in Chicago-rand I agree" with Pro-.
liiir.rirrtor Merwn XKOy inai
Theplay .ran in -Chicago for six
months-,: .Vlhnut. :censorship-nd
theimovie is it. carbon copy of the
But when the -protesting LtRoy
aays "'The Bad Seed" ii "basi "basically
cally "basically a love story,", well maybe
that's one of the things wrong with
Hollywood -that's alienating movie
niiiMVMu Let's face it-4he film
is about an eight-year-old girl who
is a rourderess, presumamy
hereditary inclination.. It- isn't, a
.love-story. :h -.
AnJ it Uh'f a movie for children.
It is aTnovitthat should-carry,
a voluntary; Hollywood label "For
Adults Only." As such, J beheve
tt tremendous box 01-
fice hit. Nowr since the .Chwago
banning.! hear the advertisements
will be changed to play down
: the eight-year-old murderess an-
,SLi.l5 tii'Li 'iUHMtMd Is calling
: Week whit., ndar;nts rfchHk
Jr.n who do the film hi Hwr
, citlM hgaln will b rca t
Hellywood's false 'vr,'r,-lllT:i,
A horror talt dust can't be called
Ernest Borgnine and Anna Magn-
ani a a co-siamng wm
..,.. u iiK hMt sounding .east
ing news in some time, a modern
Mte and BiU. v 4 .TV commercials
wUl be filmed by 20th Century Century-Tox
Tox Century-Tox itudio in the latest move of a
atmtin to cash in on home
screens. .SmUey Bdrnette. swears
he saw this sign on a garden 1 gate
n whk-"Beware. Neurot
ic Doe ; j Dorothy Lamour
gave Wiling for- telefilml
aeries and is leaving town for a
ix-month' night club singing tour.
The "Noah's Ark'' coming up as
Jack Webb's next telefilm series
is a tale about a veterinarian. On Only
ly Only a direction chore for Webb
though. i.Don Avalier says he
ejuit eating Chines foutrne cookies
th nther dav when he broke one
: open and read: ','You'U be sue-
cessful in business in 1937.'
vest Docket TV camera weighing
only 24 ounces is being used lor
the first time at -the national nout-
IcSJl,; conventions..;;. ;;,.,.;f:."V-;..;
East missed his chance to be
a hero at. the first trick. West
opened the king of clubs, and East
timidly played low. He should have
overtaken with the ace of -Clubs
in order to lead out the ace and
then a low heart. The best de
fense against a cross-ruff is to
lead trumps as often as possible.
cast actually piayea a low ciud,
and West shifted to- the queen of
spades at the second trick. : Ue
clarer won in dummy with the
ace. ruffed a club, cashed the
ace of diamonds, and ruffed a
diamond in dummy. He continued
by ruffing another club in his own
hand anc anotner aiamona m
All was going well, but South
foresaw that he would-run out of
cards to ruff, in his own hapd. If
he eventually led a spade from
the dummy, East would hop up
with the king of spades in order
to lead out two rounds of trumps.
While this thought went'through
declarer's mind he led the last
inh from the dummv.-East, dis
carded a spade, and boutn seizea
t This is HollyMod,.r JntJ
HallwuiaAdi cianina'' m .. ttraduats. ttf
the. Russian Imperial Ballet -to doj the opportunity to discard his ra
the dance on tne movit,, "Shskt,
Rattle, and, Rock.' f,
" THfi WlTNEt Army' 'Archerd's
tale about the Hollywood tourist
who couldnt pay his bill in a
French sidewalk cafeso they
threw him IN. ; y
. w. . -- r. -. .v rq"'
! NOT IN THE SCRIPT; 1 George
Gobel about Diana Dors: "She's
quite a girl-ful."
Mamie Van Doran landed her
first jnovie role since her stork
date "Black Stockings' with Lex
Barker. J"irst to be fired. in
MGMs big economy wave you
guessed it 10 studio policemen. .
Joan Caulfield of "My Favorite
Hiishand" TV fame will star in a
new home screen series, "A Lady
Takes a Chance." It's based on
the old Jean Arthur-John Wayne
movie jow showing on TV ;
Movie attendance is good in Aus
tralia but theaters there are wot
ried about Novemer the advent
of TV. 1
SHORT TAKES: The new jun
iof i Bernhardt 1 in Elia Kaxans
"Rahv DoU'' has a hubby in the
movie business, too. He's' Jack
Garfcin, directmg the explosive
"End, as a Man. in .Florida.
Tipff to RKOs big plans for the
THIRD PRIZE Raffle chairman' Tita Coarigan twirls the
dial of. the television set which is the third prize of Sunday's
VFW teenage baseball team raffle, s Looking on Is Charlie
French, captain of the VFW teener all-star baseball team.
Tickets for the drawing, are-&tiU being sold at Lou Glud's,
Colpan Motors and at Ttfolt Avenue "nd' Santa Ana "Plaza
where the first and second prize ttwo cars) are being displayed.
Kb, M ,.j.-i
, ri I 1 I i j
West won the trick but couldn'i
lpd a trumn. When West led 1
spade,' South could ruff and con-
unue uie cnrariuu.
over-ruff with the ace of hearts,
and could then lead one trump
back, but this was not enough to
Hfat the contract. .
; Perhans von saw that ; East
micuwt uoond chance to be a
hero. When the fourth club is led
trnm Hnmmv Fast must Step UP
with a small trump. If allowed to
hold the trick, East can lead out
two rounds of trumps. If South
over-ruffs, Easfwui.gei me ieiu
with the king of spades in .time
to lead two rounds of trumps. This
will defeat the. contract,
Esb Crosby's Vifs J
Seeks Divorce On
Grounds Of Cruelly
HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 11 (UP) (UP)-Bob
Bob (UP)-Bob Crosby's wife of 17 years filed
suit for divorce on grounds of ex--treme
cruelty yesterdsy, charging
the band leader had struck her
"on several occasions." ".
m .iiin Crosby. 36.' former
wife of Buss Tamblyn. Veneti Chicago debutante and singer; al-i
stevens,is we irom omce wub jo asked tne court w iasu i-
removing her from the list of con
tract dolls permitted to do cheese cheesecake.
cake. cheesecake. She's getting around :- the-
clock training as a serious dramat dramatic
ic dramatic actress. Ji popular sot drink
on movie sets in London. I'm told,
is called Monacola. The Grace Kelly-Rainier'
Veteran 'star-Adolphe Mnov an
whats ailing the movie business:
"The price f tickets is tee high.
Movies no longer are braain.
' BUDDHA SCOOTER An enterprising Buddhist priest,
wearing his traditional robes, rides to the homes of his pariah-
ioners on a motor scooter, as Eastern habits, meet a Western
habit During the celebration of the "Bon," or "Festival of the
Dead'' in Tokyo, the prints visit their followers and read
masses before the household shrines.. ,
SEZ WHO? Noi' exactly kissing cousins, these two bears
' get pretty mouthy over who has right to cool oft in their cage
pool. .; The twosome's frollicking gets plenty of attention from
viJtni to th Central Park Zoo in New York City,
ctr.inino nrripr to orevent her 43-
year-old husband, h r 0 1 n e t of
crooner Bmg urosDy, xxom mmav
ing or annoying her. ;
The former June Kuhn asked
far arimnnpv to cover her expenses
and alcA cunnort and custody of
their five children. She charged
rrochv'a rnnriurt ''wholly destroy
ed the legitimate objects. of matrt matrt-money
money matrt-money and rendered the continu continuation
ation continuation of the marriage relationship
v Mrs. Crosby listed her expenses
as $3,155 a month and declared
Crosby's gross earnings last year
snnorinr Judee Elmer D. Dayle
set Aug. 20 for support and re restraining
straining restraining order hearing.
. At the time the divorce action
was filed, Crosby wan in the
midst of his CBS-TV television pro
gram on which' he appears regu regu-,arly
,arly regu-,arly with his 17y-ar-oid daughter,
Cathy. It was reported that he
was surprised oy ms -ww .-
he couple married m Spokane,
Wash., Sept. 22, 1938, and separ
ated July SI OI aa year, a a e
previously filed for divorce in A A-pril,
pril, A-pril, 1942, but later withdrew her
suit when they reconciled.
Gene Kelly, Wife
HOLLYWOOD. Aug. 11 (UP)
Actor Gene Kelly has disclosed
from Paris that he and his wife,
Betsy Blair, are affecting a trial
separation, MGM studios announc announced
ed announced yesterday.
j The Kellys were married in 1941
and have a daughter. Kerry, 14.
The singing-dancing star is in
Europe for his current picture
"Happy Journey .r
1 ,; V
Virginia Leith, whose film career seems to be entwin entwined
ed entwined with productions carrying violent titles, eon tip ue that
phase with her appearance in "A KISS BEFORE DYING."
filmed in Cinemascope and color that OPENS AT THE LIX
HEARS, ON THURSDAY 18.
1.. a an arrnu- ni an aim
uruiiO peicu up. f I. n..a.'
tr I r mil iviita asiwii i.vp.
But the.' air. speed record was ured courseand had beaten the
wilers wnhe no American athlete regarded here with- calculated American-held air speea recoru d
yet has managed, U break four quiet because one American air- 310 full-miles per hour.
minutes. - 1 ... .-. .
It is also that, unbeknown toa
lot of Americans, the British for
the time being hold the world's
land, sea and air speed records.
lnai grand slam improved the
morale of Her Majesty's subjects
as mucn as anything since Drake
spanked the Spaniards.
The British are still as preoc
cupied watching American ways
as any old top dog eyeing tne
handsome new bound wno makes
move for the kennel kingship.
The Piccadilly movies are main
ly Hollywood, jUmboscope views of
tne western Daotands and Miss
Monroe. The best stage musicals
still come from Broadway. Davy.
irocKcit caps are cosong ine
lives of commercially kidnapped
aiieycats, Doobies charge.
There's a new toothpaste ad in
the buses that says 'vClean Your
Teeth The American Way.' When
the Forte restaurant chain tried
to ; introduce pizza in London it
even second-fiddled Italy's pasta
preeminence ana advertised ine
talian Rage That Swept Amer
But these Enelish huzzahs' con
tain a certain hoarse timber that
American sometimes compare, to
me cnum-Dura cheer, or reverse-English.
These folks aren t at all ready
to admit they're warming the
world bench while the Americans
quarterback all the plays, and
they do palpitate when somebody
proves now and then that Uncle
Sanv can't1 win them all.
That is why the names of John
Cobb, Donald Campbell and Peter
1 wilts are ensnnnea in meir coun
try pride department.
They earned their honors
Cobb was first a heavy balding
man of middle ase Who went after
automobile speed records like
Wellington moving on Waterloo.
There isn't enough straight road
in this fish-encircled landing
ground to open up a motor scooter
really wide, so Sir John borrowed
Utah's Bonneville salt fiats where
another local sir, Malcolm Camp
bell, made goon.
Up and- up Cobb pushed tne rec
ord in- a low-slung brute of a
If was- Sept. 18. 194 on the
white desert of Bonneville that
Cobb broke the magic barrier and
became the first and only man so
far to drive a car more than 400
miles an .hour. "',;' 'Vi
He hit 403 on one run across
the 'measured, mile. His average
speed for the mile that day in his
monster-powered "Railton Mobil"
was 394 miles an noun No Ameri
can has touched that record in tbe
near-decade it. has stood. s
Cobb left that land -mark and
switched to water. He went after
the speedboat record in a parcel
of plywood wrapped around a jet
eneine. He died five years ago in
-a geyser of spray when she dis
integrated on bocn, ruess. ?
He went as he lived mating a
run for the record.
Sir Malcolm Campbell's son
Donald took it from there with a
let speedboat named Bluebird, He
had a British curiosity about the
high speed "water barrier" that
killed Cobb so he went up tor a
It was last Nov. 16 on Lake
Mead ,near Nevada's Boulder City
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Tomorrow "THE DESPERATE HOURS"
Richard Todd & Michael Redgrave
"THE DAM BUSTFRS"
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cclion packcd melodrama
"THE SPOILERS," technicolor action drama which
OPENS AT THE CENTRAL, starring Anne Baxter, Jeff
Chandler and Rory Calhoun, certainly qualifies as the lustl-
en, most action-packed film to reach tne screen, ine.
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Leading .Braves, 8-1,
In Comeback Victory
: By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Aug. 11 (UP) The Cincinnati
Redlegs were delighted today to forgive and forget
eight years of misery at the hands of Larry Jansen.
Purchased from Seattle of the
Pactftr roast Leaeue last Mon
day, the 36-year-old Jansen
made a spectacular return .to
the big leagues last night when
he pitcnea tne Keaiegi w an o o-"
" o-" 1 win over the Milwaukee Braves
in t.ha nnpnor nf ft kev three-
tame series. The triumph moved
the Redlegs Into second place
fin on ma hehind the first-nlace
' Braves and a half length in
front of the Brooklyn Dodgers-,
who bowed to the Philadelphia
It was cerhans the biggest
victory of the year for the Bed-
legs ana particularly ironic oe oe-nm
nm oe-nm it wax achieved bv a Ditch
er who ran up an amazing 24-4
record against uiem auruig uu
career with the New York Gi Giants.
ants. Giants. Jansen, who won his last
big league game May 13, 1954,
limited the Braves to nine hits
and yielded their only run in
the third inning on a double by
Danny O'Cdnnell and a single
by Ed Mathews.-
- In a way, the sis-foot, 190-
pound control artist was really
! only picking, up where he left
. off because he had compiled a
23-13 mark against the Braves
during his previous b'g league
exoerience. ;;.'': -:
, The Redlegs tacked, tarry
wtlh an eight-hit attack that
Included a grand slam homer by
catcher Ed Bailey that Increased
their lead to 6-r in the eighth
Inning. They added a pair of in insurance
surance insurance runs in v the ninth and
Jansen breezed, through the
Relief pitcher Harvey Haddlx
walked Peewee Reese intention intentionally
ally intentionally to load the bases and get
at Duke Snider, then struck out
the National League's home run
leader to preserve the Phillies'
11th win In 13 games. Jack Mey Meyer
er Meyer limited the- Dodgers to four,
litis in eight innings but was re relieved
lieved relieved when he walked the lead lead-off
off lead-off hitter in the ninth. The Phil Phillies
lies Phillies scored all their runs off Sal
Maglle In the second inning on
a pair pf errors, a double by
Granny Hamner and singles by
Willie Jones and Ted Kazanskl.
Stan Muslal and Bobbr Mor Morgan
gan Morgan homered and Whitey
Lockman tripled to lead the
The four top golfers in USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB will represent the Com Command
mand Command in the AU-Army Golf Chham Chham-pionships
pionships Chham-pionships at Ft. Bragg, N.C., this
c.non thrnuirh tiPYt Saturday.
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0 Fort Buchanan, P. R. Ray
Barnes of Fort Kobe and Dick
Goodman of Fort Amador were
. selected on the basis of their per performances
formances performances in the Command meet
held at Amador three months ago.
Lipman took first place in that
tournament with 11-over par
214. On stroke behind .with 2SS
was fellow Islander Joe Mina
res, who lad by two strokes Be Being
ing Being into the final round but than
faltered. One mora stroke back
in a tia for third place war
Barms and Goodman.
Tha latter two took off from
'Howard airstrip at Fort Kobe
Tuesday morning for the flight to
the States, wnue upman ana mm-
' unit nn from rueim mm
Goodman is the only member cf
the earn wno nas oeen in au-at-my
competition. The Amador ser sergeant
geant sergeant was the lone representative
Today f ncanto J5 .20
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St Louis Cardinals to a 4-3
victory ever ttie Chicago Cubs
as Vinegar Bend Miiell picked
up hfc 11th victory. Musial'a
20th homer put b,'m within
one extra base hit of the Na National
tional National League mark of 1,071
held by Mel Ott.
Pnh Friend nltched a five-hit
ter for his 13th victory as the
Pittsburgh Pirates scored a 3-2
decision after the New York Gi Giants
ants Giants completed a suspended
game of July witn a 7-0 w
...ni Bill, vlrrtnn'a elehth-in
nlng homer was the margin or
victory for mena, wno won n
first game since juiy 1.
Ta m vnrk Yankees re
tained their 8-game lead in
the American League when they
ha th Baltimore. Orioles. 5-4.
on Mickey Mantle's 480-foot
ground-rule double that scored
Billy Martin in the ninth in inning.
ning. inning. Tom Sturdivant won his
10th game far the Yankees
while Billy Loes suffered his
fifth loss despite homers by
Dick Williams ana bod Nieman.
Tom Brewer scattered eigni
hiU to win his 16th game as
the second-place Boston Red
Sox beat the Washington Sen Senators,
ators, Senators, 3-2. Homers by Ted Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Sammy White and Dick
Gernert produced all Boston's
runs. The win was the Red
Sox' fourth straight and ninth
in 10 games. ' f
Pnn T.emnn nitched ; a five-
hitter before retiring with an
ininrurt w in the eiehth inning
as the Cleveland Indians crush-
l ta Voron rtt.v Athletics.' 11-
0. Rocky Colavto, Jim Busby
and Preston Ward paced Cleve Cleveland's
land's Cleveland's 11-hit attack with hom homers.
ers. homers. It was the 196th win of
Lemon's career. .!.- V:vi..
Dick Donovan pitcnea sw-nu
ball as the Chicago White Sox
rnllort in thai fifth at.raJorht win
with ft 6-1 triumph over the De
troit Tigers in tne ouier Amer American
ican American League game. Al Kallne's
53rd homer snoiled Donovan's
bid for a shutout .; ..
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RESTERDAY'S STAR Larry
Jansen, who came back to the
big leagues after two years, by
pitching the Redlegs to an 3-1
victory over the Braves.
Go To States
of the first three rounds, ; then
withdrew from competition after
the 12th hole of the final round.
Prior to that, Goodman had
cracked an eight-year-old record
with a 2X2 in the PAAF tourna
ment and then had paced the Pa
nama Area golfers to the C 0 m m-mand
mand m-mand crown witn a 281. In this
year's local competition, he tied
for fourth at 298 with Navy fact
fic's Bill Dickens. 1 7 f
Lipman is the son-in-law of
professional Herman Barron,
and shows it. The Fort Brook
fireball snared medalist's hon honors
ors honors In the Antilles too may this
year, firlrte a 31S over th rough
El Mora Cistla layout, then led
th Islanders to a frayed-nerve
one-point triumph ever th P
name Area sextet.;
: Peppery little Joe Minjares,. a
member of the winning Buchanan
team in the Island meet, has been
plagued with "next-best's" all sea
son. In the Antilles event he too'c
runner-up individual match play
laurels losing 3-1 to Ramey AFB s
Lew Chavez, and io the Command
meet he set blistering pace with
three consecutive 70 rounds, only
to blow to a 75 on the final 18.
Among .the ones he did win is the
Mexican Amateur Championship
Barnes, who has been active In
various : Isthmian tournaments
lately, copped the PAAF medalist
title with a 288, single-putting the
final hole to edge Ma. Charles
McGowan of i Amador by one
Cecil Stevens Wins
Sfc. Cecil L Stevens of 'E"
Company, 2nd Battalion,', one of
rort Koue a famed "Sykes Kegiv
lars," has been awarded the '1see '1see-ond
ond '1see-ond leg" on the Distinguished
Marksman Medal, one of the most
coveted, rarely achieved goals in
all rule firing. r
Won at the AU-Army Rifle and
Pistol Matches held at Fort Ben
ning, Georgia in June, the award
has only "recently been confirmed.
A member of the USARCARIB
rifle team,' Stevens scored 234
out of a possible 250, with 14,"v',"
uver the national match course.
Sergeant Stevens, alona with oth
er member of the team, it at
present hard at work D.'actiein?
the up-eoming National Champion Championships
ships Championships to be held at Camp Perry,
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JS HE MAD! Ted WUllams
of the Boston Red Sox starts
to throw his bat in the air aft after
er after walkings with bases loaded
In the -nth inning of a game
with the New York Yankees in
Boston. Williams was fined
$5,000 fof this incident and
spitting twice during the
' ; A game.
In The Majors
(Based on 225 official at bats)
Player. Club r ab r' h pet
Aaron, MIL- 103 409 73 139 .340
MOOn, St. L. 104-372 68 123 .391
Muslal. St L. IDS 411 61 131 .319
Bailey, Clncl. 82 264 43 83 .314
SCdienst, NX 80 288 30 90 .313
Mantle. N.Y. 104 383 97 140 .366
Williams, Boa 90 253 43 89 .352
Kuenn, Det. 100 390 01 133 .336
Vernon, Bos. .'85 295 51 99 .336
Maxwell. Det 99 345 71.115,333
HOME RONS v
ManUe, Yanks 39 ;
Snider, Dodgers .... SI
Adcock, Braves......... 27
Kluszewskl, Redlegs . . 27
Robinson, Redlegs i , 25
Banks, Cubs ,.- 23
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks .........
' Kallne, Tigers ...i
Simpson, Athletics . .
Mantle. Yanks ..
Robinson, Redlegs . . i 86
; eniaer, Lmugoio; ........
Fox,' White Sox
K 1J 1
1 Yost, Senators ........
? Aaron, Braves ........
Kaline. Tigers .V.i
Sox, White Sox
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(Based on 10 Decisions) v 1
PierceWhite Sox ...17 4 -810
Brewer, Red Sox 16 4 .800
Lawrence, Redlegs ..15 4. ,.789
Ford, yanks. i
Buhl. Braves ........14 4 VW8
Ab R H P
Temple 2b ....
..4 2 11
Robinson If ...
Beli ef v.
Post rf .......
Jablonskl 3b ..
8 8 27 7
O'Connell 2b ...
Logan ss .......
Mathews 3b ....
Adcock lb ......
Thomson If .....
CrandalL. c. ...i
Crone p ........
Trowbridge p v..
Jolly p .........
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a-Struck out for Jablonskl In
b-Doubled for Grammas. In
c-Ran for Bursess In 7th,
d-Grounded out for crone In
e-Popped out for Jolly in 9th.
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SUMMARY RBI: Mathews,
McMillan 2, Bailey 4, Bell, (Rob (Robinson
inson (Robinson scored on passed ball by
Crandal in 9th); Doubles: Mat Mathews,
hews, Mathews, crandall, O'Connell; Bur Burgess.
gess. Burgess. HR: Bailey. Sacrifice: O' O'Connell.
Connell. O'Connell. Double play; Crone-
CrandaU-Adcock. Left on oase:
Cincinnati 6. Milwaukee 8. Bases
on balls: Crone 2, Trowbridge 2,
Jolly 3. S O.: Jansen 4, Crone 8.
Hits off: crone 5-7, Trowbridge
2-1, Jolly 1-1. Runs .and earned
uns:; Jansen l-l, crone 2-2,
Trowbridge 4-4, Jollv-2-1. P--ss
balls: Bailey, Crandall, WP:
Janseo. LP; Cxone.iar.Uk.
PANAMA AMERICA! A!f
. RAINS MONEY. TOO Jimmy Dwtarrt.- left.-came to the World Championship al the Tarn.'
O'Shanter Country Club. .Nile. III., prepared for sun or drizzle. So. Peter Thomson, t-enter,
stopped undfr the umbrella to show the well-dressed man and Jackie burke one of the clubs
with which the Australian won. the British Open for the third straight summer. Winning the the-World
World the-World is worth $100,00(1. Wiryier geU $50,000 top prue and 50 exhibitions at $1,000 each.
Blue Edwin Close Training
Schedules In Top Condition
Davis Caqers Win Close Ones;
j.W.T.C, 'A' Co; Cop Openers
Ratlrethall Yam In th Atlantic
sector who failed to attend the bas bas-ketall
ketall bas-ketall double-header at Ft. Davis
gym Thursday night missed the
boat' in real baskeball thrills.
Rnth mH atn all tievi nn when
the horn sounded enging regula
tion piay. .
Headquarters and "A" batte battery,
ry, battery, 744th AAA. batallien, ware
deadlocked at 42 points each
while JWTC and 549th MP.com--pany
battled te a 44 points stala stala-.mate
.mate stala-.mate in the Atlantic Araa unit
level basketball league. League
play began Tuesday night.
at nn lima in th first contest
aj mnra than 1 noinln aenarate
the two teams, ai nau urae, me
game was tied at 30-30, JWii
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last quarter to send the game into
tin nva nninr neriric in me
Charles Andy, high scoring for forward
ward forward from JWTCwas fouled four
Dons Finish Tour
With 59-49 W;
,- .'. v
; The San Franclsto Dons bas basketball
ketball basketball quintet last night de defeated
feated defeated a Panama Provincial
League All-Star team by a
score of 57 to 49 before a ca capacity
pacity capacity crowd at the National
Gym. .. ; p .yvi,.-' v;
dutstandlng star of the
game was Dons' 8' 10"-center
Bill Russell, who dropped 20
points into the baskets te be
scoring leader, but the speeta-11
tors were also full of praise,
for the fast stepp'ng and great
playmaking of the visitors' K.
C. Jones and Warren Baxter,
who had ten and 12 points re respectively.
spectively. respectively. 1
; High scorers for Panama were
Dario DeLeon, with 14, and
Frankly Holness, who had 11
points to his credit. ;
The losers gave the crowd a
thrill when they came from
behind to tie the score at 26;
points in the last second of the
first half on a shot by Alfon Alfonso
so Alfonso Fraxer.
The Dons, who have com completed
pleted completed a South and Central
America goodwill tour, wU
leave for the U.S. tonight. 1
THREESOME Rebel Coat. R. C. McDonald up. Hurst Park, M- Hoey in th irons, and Joy.
' Time.! Hobale aboard, lake a jump together in hurdle race at about one-and-three-auarter
1 miles' at Monmouth Park, Oceanport, N.J. Hurst Park won. v : ...
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seconds before the overtime period
ended just as the game' seemed
destined to go into another over overtime
time overtime period, Andy sunk both shots
to sew. up the thriller.
In the overtime period between
"A" and Headquarters batteries J
lea feeling dropped a two point pointer
er pointer through the hoop with 45 sec seconds
onds seconds remaining. Headquarters tri
ed a long field shot that missed
and A battery took the rebound
and froze the ball for the remain remainder
der remainder of toe game. s';.;.-;
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In the fifat jama f Saturday-.
afterneen'a deublehaader, "A"
battery ef the 764th oekad out a
3T-34 win ovar "B" battery ef the
same unit. In the night cap, the
21th Ordnance Detachment rag-,
itttrs 5442 victory ever Head-:
quarters battery ef 764th AAA.
Games are scheduled for Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday nights and. Sat
urday afternoons through Aug 31.
The current winners will play
Headquarters company, 2utn in
fantry, Sept. 1 for the Atlantic A A-rea
rea A-rea unit level title.
Kobbe Post Cage
Fort' Kobe's cost basketball
championship gets underway this
week, with a round-robin tourna
ment involving three highly touted
fives. Service Company from the
Provisional Battalion, the F i r s t
J'F" Company of the Second Bat-
Led by Sp3 Marvin Moenlng and
Sp3 Joe Be.llixzi, "F" Company is
undefeated in eight games. Belliz
zi,top scorer in "F" Company
comparitively early sweep throiieh
their, league, may be the key" to
tneir cnances in the tougher play
ahead. Pfc. Mervin Howdy, a eood
backcourt man, is expected tol
show very well in the tourney; '.
Service Company,, also undefeat undefeated
ed undefeated to this, point, comes to the
round-robin with several close bail
games behind them. Playing in
what many thought was a tougher
league than "F" Company's, Sp3i
Lennie ftoss has oeen tne Dig fac
tor in many of those narrow .vie
Top man, in team scoring, since
the inception of the campaign, and
a tiger under both boards, K o s s
may well be top man in the tour.
nament. Pfc. Anderson McC it!
lough is One of those expected to
Isnri him VKlnnhle asQistanPe
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Welterweight champion Irvin
Blue and No. I contender Jose
Edwin yesterday afternoon com completed
pleted completed tra;nlng for their v 15 15-round
round 15-round title bout at the : Colon
Arena tomorrow night.
Both fighters, who have seen
little aetion since nearly a year
ago-when they fought for tne
crown, went through strenuous
druis for tne important maicn.
The champion trained at the
Marafion Gym, while the' chal challenger
lenger challenger worked out at the Arena.
V. : V -I. i--.
Edwin, who figures to be th
underdog in the betting, will
have at least' one big rooter
when he steps into the ring to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night.
Y e a terday Joltin' Joe Brown,
the New Orleans lightweight
who fought and won all his six
bouts on the Isthmus in 1954
and 1955, sent a message to Ed
win wishing him luck. . -. x
Three other bouts will comple complement
ment complement the program drawn up by
promoter touh Craig who is go go-'ng
'ng go-'ng all-out to put .boxing back
on a solid footing In Colon.
The six-round-semifinal will
pit Basllio Williams' against Ed
win Sykes. The featherweight
youngsters wll come in at 122
pounds or less.
. r.:-1:: ';JmFa.; "'s;'iis"-vr'' :'i
Ben'to Tufion and Fenley
Hooker meet in the 135-pound
four-round main prelim, and
Young Archie Moore (Daniel
Ward) and Rodoifo Henry
swap-leather in the curtain
raiser also set for four heats.
The weight llmt Is 137 pounds.
General admission Is $1 for the
program which gets underway at
8 o'clock. ; .
blbnb Aquznien ;
to Meet Monday
5 At a business meeting to be
held Monday at 7:30 p.m. at
the American Legion Club, the
Isthmian Aquamen will vote
on a possible change in the
club's constitutional limits on
, . -Jut i i- &:".::i-H U:--'"-Member
are exneeted to
vote in person or to let the
secretary have their proxies.
ACCENT ON ASIA
WASHINGTON. -r (UP) Tar
Eastern nations received 58 per
cent of U.. S. economic ana techni technical
cal technical assistance during1 fiscal 1956.
During the same period European
countries received 8 per cent. Eu Europe
rope Europe received. 66 per cent of all
U. S. aid in '1953 when the Far!
East's total was 12 per cent.
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. Editor: CONRAOO SARCEANT
Teams W I Pet B
Milwaukee 63 t 42 .600
Cincinnati . 63 44 .589 1
Brooklyn . 62 44 .585 ltf
St. Lou's . 54 53 .505 10
Philadelphia 52 53 .495 11
Pittsburgh . 46 60 .434 17Vi
Chicago ... 43 61 .413 19
New York x 38 6472 23i
. TODASS C.AMES
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N)
Philadelphia at Brooklyn
St. Lou's at Chicago.
New York at Pittsburgh
(Nlrnt Uamel v i-...
Cinc'nnatl OR0 AAA I a
Milwaukee 001 000 0001 9 0
Jansen (1-0) and Bailey.
Crone (9-7). TrowhrinV Inllv
IPhiladelpbia 030 000 0003, I 1
ljrooKiyn iu 001 000 Z 4 3
.Meyer (7-5). Haddix and Lo-
pata..'. .i.-' - ;
MatHe (S-41. RessenL Tahlna
St Louis 010 002 0104 M
Chicago 100 000 0203 12 1
Miiell (11-8). HnrhM anil
(Twlllrht Ham) .
(Unfinished 2nd rame nf Inlv 1)
New York 110 010 1307 12 5
PHtsburgh 200 040 0006 8 1
Uttlefield, Rldzik, McCall (3 (3-3),
3), (3-3), Wirhelm, Grissom and Wes-
irum, sarni. w ,
reODer. Face.. Mlinrer trrnm
(2-3). Friend and Fnilec Chn.
(Nlrht Game) '
New York niflAnienn c a
Pittsburgh 001 000 1103 8 1
JLittiefield (0-4), Ridxlk and
) it n
Ul 11 K UAVinri I ahum As
ltMI UUAMIU lUUMItjl
Semifinals At Albroolc
Hangar No. 3 Tonight
The semi-finals of the. 1956
PAAF boxing tournament get
underway tonight at 7:30 at ai ai-brook
brook ai-brook AFB's Hangar No. 3 with
12 bouts scheduled.
Eight of the 24 boxers on to
morrow's card were winners in
last week's quarter finals. They
are: lightweights Vernon Hill of
Fort Kobbe and Hal combs of
Fprt Clayton, welterweights Jim
Norm of i Kobbe and Terrell
Jones of Albrook, middleweight
Tom Hershey of Army Atlantic
and light heavyweights Nat
Preston and George Toney of
Clayton and Roscoe Wiseman of
Toney, who took a split-decision
from Army Atlantic's Sy
Rigglns in his f'rst test last
week, faces Albrook's rugged
Bob George In onf of the fea feature
ture feature bouts of the evening;
Georre has been Command
Champ two years running and
KO'ed AA'i Del Byrd two and
a half weeks ago in his only
1956 appearance. r.
Wershev. who unset Albrook's
Jim Williams earlier this year,
was less impressive in a split split-decision
decision split-decision win over Fort Kobbe's
rtnh Thnmnson lust week but
still brings a perfect 3-0 record
into his roatcn witn ieammaw
Ed Bringas, who has lost, one
match. ,J;.;;i..Jf .:",:, .';;;J.'''. i
HIU. knockout winner over At
lantic's Henry White last week.
goes against Auam.c s wauy
WUkerson. Hill's record to date
is 3-0, ;Wilkersen's 1-2. Combs
took a unanimous decision from
Fort Amadpr's Eddie Allen last
week in his first Jight of the
year and faces Fort Kobbe's, Nat
Leanard, weho also has one vic
tory in one ouung.
Nnrrin and -Innps TTD and
TKO winners, respecjtlvely, last
week, clash in one of the two
welterweight, matches while
Preston and Wiseman, who both
scored technicals in the quarter-finals,
meet In the light
heavyweight division. N o r ris
sports a 4-0 recora, jnnes is z-u
and both Preston and Wiseman
have 1-0 marks. ,
In two heavyweight bouts,
Atlantic's George Pratt meets
Kobbe's Ken Young and Sam
Williams of Clayton takes on
Atlantic's Del Byrd. Young was
split-decisioned by Pratt in.
their last meeting, his lone de defeat
feat defeat against two wins. Pratt
has won two fights and drop dropped
ped dropped none. Byrd was KO'd, by
' .SATURDAY, AUGIST 11, 1551
New York,.; 71
Boston , 62
Cleveland . 61
J3 13 ;
.402 27 H
Kansas City 37
k TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at New York :j
Boston at Washington (N)
Cleveland at Kansas City (N)
' Chicago at Detroit
A YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 201 010 000 4 ft a)
New York 100 002101 5 It T
Moore. Loea. Ci.K ..J Gmiii,
iTriandos. . -,
Sturdivant (10-6) and
(Nirht Game) -
Boston 100 000 110 a
Washington 100 001 0002 t I
Brewer (16-4) and White.'
Stobbs (10-9) and Courtney.
Cleveland j 011 AAA M9.ii is
Kansas City 000 000 000
Lemon (15-9), Feller and He He-Burnett
Burnett He-Burnett (2.1)
rjage, McMahan and Thompson.
Chicago 000 100 1404 t 0
Detroit 000 000 lAA i a a
. Donovan (6-6) and Lollar; '
x u T l.lk anap im a
son and House. i
Sarnl. "V", '
Friend (13-11) and Shepard.
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Albrook's George last month
and has a 2-1 mark. Williams
has had no previous fights in
Clavtnn'a PHI r.w.n .tr..
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mador's A-mador's Bob Haggerman, I who
has lost one match, in a welter
weigut, doui, ana middleweight
Clarence James of Kobbe, with
a 2-1 rernrrl meeli i.ai,i. t
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year's wars making, his first '56
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tackles Kobbe's Abelardo 1 Men Men-doza
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dell Keene (0-fl) faces Atlantic's
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leers JDelorMaltBacks: 1
Football Stars Beat
Their Own Drums
By HARRY GRAYSON
- NEW YORK (NEA) Long go
A college was a place where young
snen went to pick up a few lacis
while exercising their brains and
Shedding adolescence to a point
where they became capable w
. hold a job. .
Until now the job as an advance
man for a show was reserved for
such steam-'em-up artists as Dex Dexter
ter Dexter Fellowes, Roland Butler and
Bev Kelley, who beat the drums
for Ringling Bros, and Barnum
and Bailey, or Dick Maney, who
has the pieasant assignment of
pushing smash hits like "My Fair
Lady" in New xoric.
This has become old fashioned
thinking, however, and writing of
sports in this bustling era, you
must keen abreast of the times.
-' Football players attending B i g
Ten schools get superior treiuinz
as ballyhoo men, for example, su su-ven
ven su-ven though they may be majoring
in something more, than physical
education, say pre-med, pre-law,
business administration, liberal
arts or journalism, the athletic de department
partment department figures that a little ex experience
perience experience as pitch man doesn't hurt
coaching staff. Hiles Stout, the sen
ior quarterback, calls sales sig signals
nals signals with Tub Thumper. C h u c k
Indiana Is not dividing its iore-
es. Going the full 2,000 mile
route with Frank Anderson, busi:
npsi manaeer of athletics, are
Captain and Quarterback Chick
Cichowski and Tackle Mike Ra Ra-bold.
bold. Ra-bold. Sophomore Rabold obtains a
flying start in the peddling de
partment because he appeals to
the vouneer constituents. Fresh'
man teammates last fall voted
him the outstanding lineman on
Western Conference drummers
move into a town like they were
selling vacuum cleaners, brushes,
real silk or whatnot. The football
influence enables them to hit
much harder than, ordinary buck
Plastering the bug with bright
posters, the supcr-satesmcn maice
the round of newspaper sports de departments
partments departments and television and ra radio)
dio) radio) stations.
A staff member docs not have
to aooear with a player on a com
mercially sponsored TV or radio
show, but must be present in tne
studio and his presence must be
SWAPS MEETS HIS PUBLIC -Railbirds met Swaps in person, not a blur on the trick or
eeVweruW'"le Shoemaker galloped the world record-breaking four-year-old between
raci al Wa.shmfiton Hark m Chicapo. The son of Khaled d.d everything but shake hans
Anyway, captains and stars of acknowledged according to Big
the Illinois and Indiana squads are
making 60-city poster tours in the
interests ot tne game in tneir re respective
spective respective states.
The Illinois task force is attack
ing on three fronts. Coupled with.
Capt. Jim Minor, senior center, is
Gene Vance, field secretary of the
Alumni Association. Paired with
Dick Miller,, senior tackle and
place-kicking specialist, is Chunk
Boerio, newest member of the
Ten rules. You're not going to
catch any Big Ten school break
ine a Big Ten rule, no matter
The players have' something to
keep up with. V.
The circus folded because oi
But. then. John Ringling North
didn t nave looioaii stars running
interference for the Greatest
Show on Earth,
. PUTTTNO ONE LITTLE WORD atfer another and. , oh,
maw, here's that man againl Mickey Mantle'couldn't be more
. popular with the teen-age baseball set if he were from outer
-'- space. v v
' They all want to see him crack the Babe's calssic 60. One
of them said ; "only the old people who remember Ruth dont
want him to break it". . You may not like it, pop, but ap ap-.arentljr
.arentljr ap-.arentljr that' the way it Is these days.
ike says he doesn't feel as good now as he did a year ago.
Neither does Willie Mays. This is the same Harold stassen wno
all but killed the ochool's lootball Coring. bia brief rueUas.preaVr
On The Alleys. .
MAJOR CLASSIC KLEGLING
MELTING TUESDAY NIGHT
The f'rst meetlnr of the 1956-
1957 of the Major and Classic
Bowling Leagues will be held
Tuesday evening, August 13. at
the Diablo Service Center com
mencing at 7:00 p.m.
The meetlnr will center on
formation of teams for the Ma
jor and Classic leagues for the
1306-1 957 season, play in which
commences the second week in
The meeting of the Major
League will be called to order by
E. J. Bates, President of the Ma Major
jor Major Bowi ng League. All team
captains of both Uagues are re
quested to attend to aid in the
All bowlers interested In bowl
ing in eJ.her league should at attend
tend attend to submit their names for
possible selection. Entrance av average
erage average for the Major' League,
which has about 13 vacancies, is
165. Entrance average for the
Classic League w'll depend upon
the number of vacancies.
dent of the University of Pennsylvania! Notwithstanding Ivy QSMOPOLITAN MIXED BOWL-
League restraints on manpower, Stassen committed the Quakers
to big-time football under a dreamy, out empty slogan, vicwrj
With Stassen." This, for example was the Quaker '53 sched schedule:
ule: schedule: Vanderbllt, Penn State, California, Ohio State, Navy, Mich Michigan,
igan, Michigan, Notre Dame, Army and Cornell. The Chleago Bears it ap appears
pears appears had no open dates.
THE GIANTS HAVE MADE fewer hits and more errors than
any other team in the NL, and that roust be a large part of
the answer. Excuse it pleeze. The Babe hit his 60 in 151, not
154 eames. as was erroneously stated here. There was nothing
fulsome in the sports pages, eulogies of Harry Mendel, the late
rinir nit.rh m&nf he was a canuina nerson. a man you were
nrniirf snri nrWiWM to rail a friend. In recent years his as
signments were to build up the uifderdog in Marciano" fights.
h thmiffht Don Pnrkell. the Britisher, the worst equipped; chal
lenger he had seen, was dismayed at the trouble the champion
had with him. and was later movea w mis ou-me-recu cu u u-ment:
ment: u-ment: "I think Rocky's had it. If ha was my fighter, I d retire
At the rate Steve Bilko is going, hell easily hit more than
60 home runs in the PCL this season. Los Angeles has put 1
1200.000 nricR tar nn thn 23-year-old Blimp. (Probably mistak
inr him tat Serreant Bilko.) A card farm hand, Bilko has been
up and down like Bob Satterfidd since '49. On his second trip
np from Rochester in '50, Eddie Dyer, then manager of. the St
Louis club, learned that Bilko had made arrangements with his
landlady to hold a room lor hm in case ne am not ihwwhd
- the Cards, "If that's all the Jaith he's got in himseii,
wnnidn't vlve vnu 10 cents for his chances," snapped Dyer.
Bilk was back in Rochester before spring ended. Had a place
- to sleep, though, ..v. :p':. "v..: '::..L:t-':.:;
- pnimnrrnuT JR.. runnini (Sic) In Gene Leone's colors,
' had been badly distanced in all his starts to date. Built Just
like his old man. A cinerama. r,oie 10 u u. i.; isi i near oi
Ted Jamlesoa, he was officiating fights in Wisconsin. Gray
beards may remember Jamieson as the man Gene Tunney beat
to win the AEF light heavywsight championship immediately
1 after World War I. A popular misconception is. that Tunney
. won the heavvwelsht' title in the soldier tournament. f That
honor went to Bob Martin, who had a stiff right hand punch
and a fine manager in Jimmy Bronson but little esle. I saw
him. fight his first pro fight; ha knocked out Joe Bonds in the
11th round of a fight, appropriately held oh Nov. 11 which
Just happened to be Armistice Day.
Bob Massey, Yonkers sports scribe, had invented an electric
eve camera that follows the horses every step of the ,way. an
invention that would follow the horse player every step of the
war to the noor house is hardly necessary. A reader writes:
"Suggest you save space and shorten Mantle's nick name from
Oklahoma Kid' to 'Homa Kid." tDld you know that Available
"'" Ave Harriman once coached Y tie crew and that Dean Acheson
' was one of his assistants? There s nothing wrong about work
tag one's way through school, you know.
"THE TIGER WORE SPIKES" by John McCallum Is a vivid
portrait of baseball's greatest player. Ty Cobb. Ben. Kefauver
pulled out of the race without waiting tu see whether he would
' have to -carry more than 130 pounds, and that makes him
unique. Bold Ruler at 5-2 to 2 is favorite in opening quota quota-'
' quota-' tions. of the Callente Future Book on Garden State's 2-year-old
. . . on TT! ... ... Tll 1 1
pot oi goiu, sei. ior uci. i. sjr-tue w;, x-imct: juiiu, iasi
venrx winner, sinpunra an season, mav uui siarfc aeain until me
sport moves' to Florida.
Along The Fairways
PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF
A reminder to all P.W.GJl.
golfers! The monthly tourna tournament
ment tournament will be held at the Pana Panama
ma Panama Golf club on Saturday, "Au "August
gust "August 18. Sign up with your rep representative
resentative representative on or before Tues-
day so that your name can be
turned in for, the line-up.
It toes' without anvinv that
uhose who. come out and 4 have
not signed up win have someone
to play with. Let's try to have
as good or better turn-out as we
have been having. Those who
haven't been out have missed a
lot of Sun. vV
Open Mthilj Iron
, S:M .au
21 (BLACK JACK)
iNG LEAGUE MEETING TO BE
HELD AT THE DIABLO CLDB CLDB-HOUSE
HOUSE CLDB-HOUSE WEDNESDAY EVENING
'"This Wednesday evening: at
7:30 there will be a mestinct of
all hnwlerx of the rntmnnnlifan
Mixed League at the Diablo
. All team managers and bowl
ers are urged to attend. Anyone
not on a team but would like to
bowl may attend and an at attempt
tempt attempt to place, you on a team
wui oe made.,
By BEANS REARDON
24 Yaars in National League
Written for SEA Service
QUESTION: A runner on "third
base starts for the plate as the
pitcher pumps. The pitcher stops
pumping; removes his foot from
the rubber and throws to the plate.
The batter lines the ball to left
field for a single,. What is this?
- Answer: It is a balk and the
ball is dead the instant it i
called. ,, A
Q. With a runner on first base,
the baiter hits a line drive at the
first baseman. The runner hops
back to the bag, but the first base baseman
man baseman can't handle the ball. He
picks it up, tags the runner on
first, then steps on the bag. Is it
Den Cardvell Hurls
Miami Beck Inlo lL
Fight For Is) Place
NEW YORK, Aug. U-(UP)
Don CardwelK, Miami' 20-year-
old pitcher, hurled the Marlins
back Into th. fight for first
place ln'the tight International,
League pennant race Friday,
The tall rl?ht-hander from
Winston-Salem, N.C picked up
his 13th win of the jseason tops
on the Miami pitching staff
ngainst only four losses, stopping
the Richmond Virginians, 2-0,
for his fourth shutout.1 Cardwell
permitted the Virginians- only
four hits, as the Marlins moved
to within a percentage point of
second-place Rochester and two
games of first-place Toronto.
The Red Wings dropped a 7-4
decision to the fourth-place
Montreal Royals; while the Leafs
were defeated, 4-3, by the last last-place
place last-place Buffalo Bisons. John Rose Rose-boro
boro Rose-boro : powered a grand 'slam
homer in the third inning to
lead the Royals to their win.
The Leafs blew a 3-1 lead in the
sixth inning as the Bisons 1
caught tfp with, Ed Blake, whol
was tagged with his eighth loss
againsi 13 victories.
The Havana Suear Kines bat
lered four Columbus pitchers for
11 nits and an easy 8-1 victory.
a double play?-Mrs. Ida Frank Frank-enbosh.'
enbosh.' Frank-enbosh.' A. Yts.' But, if In the opinion
of the umpire, the first baseman
dropped the ball lntntloniilyr
the batter It out and the runner
does not have to run.
Q. If the catcher steoa nut nt
his box before the pitch during an
intentional walk, is there a pen
ally jonn aarnes. ....
A. it it a balk-on the catcher,
an automatic ball and any run
pitch off and the umpire hands a
new ball to the catcher; He throws
k to tne jnoimd. but the Ditcher
misses It and the ball bounre in
lha AnfffAU It .1 "1
M, uuuiciu. ai uicre are uasprun uasprun-ners,
ners, uasprun-ners, can they advance on this?
uiariey Kiackman. ?
Answer: Ne. The pitcher must
tee the rubber with the ball in
hit hand before play is returned
offer i foul Mtk:.'-
O. .On a close nliv at first hit
the batter decides to slide. He
makes it ahead of the ball, but o o-verslides.
verslides. o-verslides. Can the first baseman
tag him out? Al Peggs.
A. No., It is tht tame at run;
ning across the bag and up the
line at long at the runner
doesn't make the turn for tec
Santa Cruz Sports
Santa Cruz's Ladjes Auxiliary's
Five Footers League has been
playing to capacity crowds at
the gym. In addition to fine dis displays
plays displays of sportsmanship the fans
have been seeing excellent ex exhibitions
hibitions exhibitions pf basketball by these
boys who received their first les lessons
sons lessons In the fundamentals of the
game from Jose French;'
, League Standings
Front bquare .. .. it. 4 ,.,-1
Church Square ,v 5 I
Dust Bowl. .. ... .. 3, 3
Parallel .......... 2 5
Eagles .. 0 '"6
Results or last four games
mignpointer : in parenthesis):
Dust Bowl 26 (Hebbert. 14):
Eagles 8 (Campbell, 6).
Front Square 17 (DeGracia.
bj: rarauei 10 (seaiey. 3).
Front Square 24 (Holder. D:
Church Square 15 (Evelvn. 6).
raranei 21 (cooper. 8): Eagles
is luampoeii, 91.
t Ntxt Four Games
Eagles vs. Front Square.
Church Square vs. Eagles.
Parallel vs. Dust Bowl.
Front Square vs.. Dust Bowl.
Officials of the league include:
Commissioner, William Peterkln;
Scorer, Charles Welsh: Time-
Keeper, sneridan Carew; Reref-
ees, oeorge weeics. Donald So
bers; Coaches: Front Square: H.
warren;, cnurch Souare. s.
Joshua: Dust Bowl, E. Sobers;
Parallel. A. Grant;' Eagles, O.
Townsend ; Auxiliary Represen
tative, Mrs. William Millet.
Santa Cruz I n t e rmedlate
League got off to g flying start
Thursday night when Rupert
Wilson, representative of the La
Boca Civic council threw the
opening tap ball at Santa Cruz
Vancoucer (Parallel) outpoint outpointed
ed outpointed Salem (Dust Bowl) 32-22 in
4 thrilling quarters. V. Stulti
and A. Jones were outstanding
players netting 13 points for
Vancouver and 8 points for Sa Salem,
lem, Salem, respectively..
The league will continue when
Dust Bowl faces Church Square
On Monday night. ;
Tne organization of the league
Commissioner: William Peter
kln; Referees: Hilton warren,
George Weeks; Timekeeper: De De-lores
lores De-lores Peterkln: Scorers: Donald
Sobers, Alfonso Peterkln; Coach
es: Vancouver, N. Buckener; 8a-'
lem, E. Townsend: Front Souare.
C. fc Baxter; Gallltos, ,T. Castro;
Church Square. W. Millett.
Volleyball League Board will
meet on Friday to draft un ft
nal plans for their competition
which Is scheduled to start very
soon. Three sets of volleyball
players will represent Paralso
and two teams are expected to
travel irom oamboa.
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CATJTAUQUA, N. Y Aug. .11 -(UP)
Secretary of -Del ease
Charles T. Wilson told a Chautau-
!..(U.iiAn iiHinr 1astlUut
that the U.S. does not wish to flaunt
iU military power "hut n woum
be a serious disturbance to the
morale of the free world to belit belittle
tle belittle it."
He also warned would-be aggres aggressors
sors aggressors that the U.S. will have bal ballistic
listic ballistic missiles in the "relatively
near future" which tan be launch launched
ed launched from American sites to drop
hydrogen warheads on distant con continents.
tinents. continents. He said any aggressors would
be counter-attacked by a variety
of atomic weapons, ranging from
nuclear-tipped missiles fired from
submarines to bombs dropped by
Wilson added that "It (U.S.
military power) tolls convincing,
ly of the capacity end determina determination
tion determination of the U.S. to protect our
country and Its free institutions,
and to do our full part in defer deferring
ring deferring aggression end preserving
peace in the world." ;
' The defense secretary criticized
those who doubt the nation's de defense
fense defense strength. :
"We deplore efforts to belittle
th. rmiritv and resolve of this
ntuamment ta he Oreoared 19
meet any recognized threat," he
'Our primary deterrent power
tests on the Strategic Air- Com Command
mand Command with .its long range and
medium range bombers
The secretary conceded that
there were differences of opinion
about the ultimate effectiveness of
new weapons outnumbers in the
"You can't depend on atomic
and atomic weapons e-
la win a war." he said. "B
lone to win e war," he sold. ''But
without etomie w e a p o n s you
: would be sure te lose a war if
the other side had them."
Weather Or Not
This Weather leport, for the 24
hours ending I a.m. today, is ere ere-parad
parad ere-parad by the Meteorological and
Hydrognphle Branch of the Pans
ma Canal Company:
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Hih IJ BJ
I Low ........ 75 76
High ... 95 M
Low,,....... 63 79
(max mph) . 10 12
RAIN (inches) .02 .92
W ATM TEMP. ,
(inner harbors) 12 82
sunday, august 12
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1:15. 3:11. 5:07, 7:03. 8:59 p.m.
THE LOVES OF THE BOLD!
THE GLORY OF THE BRAVE!
- rav- ummmammrMaHmMMiimMa
uLet the people
Tourist Viewpoint Gives Isthmians
Chance To See Panama In Aev Light
Most Zonlans are called upon
at one time or another to escort
visitors on shopping trips in
Panama. This chore can become
a pleasure if the host or hostess
finds themselves looking at fam
iliar places through the eyes of
a tourist. .-.i" ;
This Is a tourist's eye view of
Panama, which Is presently cir circulating
culating circulating throughout the United
States at the Instigation of Pan
American World Airways.
Shopping, In Panama can cov cover
er cover a multitude of whims, from a
live iguana in the teeming pub public
lic public markets to, priceless jade
But there's one point in com
mon you re almost sure to wina
up with a bargain if you look
hard enough, and possibly talk
long enough. --
The siren sbnsr of shopping Is
sa strong here that visitors fre frequently
quently frequently find themselves, spend
ing more time spending man
viewing the 400-year-old gray
ruins of Old Panama or Inspect
lng the man-made wonder that
Is the Panama Canal.
For Panama, only four hours
from Miami by pan American
World Airways, has a back-
eround of four centuries as a
world marketplace. During
Spanish Colonial days, heivy heivy-laden
laden heivy-laden nack trains crossed the
Isthmus, taking gold and other
treasures from. the New woria
back to the Old. Merchants con
eregated In treasure-crammed
Panama and founded busy trad
in? houses. 1 ' a
Toaay. Panama uity s uenirai
Avenue and Colon's Front Street
form a tropical rue de la pay. In
almost a solid line lor diocks are
lewelrv stores, souvenir and On
entai bazaars redolent oi spice
Their wares are reminiscent of
a United Nations experiment In
operation of a department store.
Shelves are loaded with French
perfumes, English china, Swed Swedish
ish Swedish crystal, Danish silver, .Swiss
watches, German and Japanese
cameras, Chinese Jade, carved
teakwood chests and Ivory tiK'ks
from Hong Kong, Japanese silks,
Siamese jewelry, Panama hats
(which come mostly from Ecua
dor) and a thousand and one
The price tags would turn
even a Christmas shopping ex expedition
pedition expedition into a pleasure.; trip
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PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1958
Panama levies practically no im
port duties on luxury Items.
A one-half ounce of perfume
that would cos,t about $32 In the
States brings only $7.50 In Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. German, Japanese and
Swiss cameras are roughly half half-price
price half-price by Stateside standards.
Swedish crystal pieces run from
$2 to $20, depending on the size.
Sterling silver and Swiss watch watches
es watches can be bought at a saving of
irom 30 to 40 per cent.
You can buv a Panama, hat
big enough to dress behind for,
Panama wine merchants, on
ers ting in-bond shops, will de
liver visitors' liquor purchases
directly aboard their departing
Clippers. Scotch Is $3 a fifth, gin
$2.25, Canadian whisky $3.50
vodka $2, and other brands In
Panama's bazaars offer some
of the most fascinating shopping
this side of Singapore.
Women visitors' eyes beein to
glow at the sight of beautifully beautifully-embroidered
embroidered beautifully-embroidered Chinese luncheon
cloths for $10 or unbelievable
Stassen Says '54
Labor Sparked His
WASHINGTON. Aug. II fUPV
Harold E. Stassen said yesterday!
vice rresiuent Aicnara jvt. iNixon s
"extreme 'campaigning" in 1954
and labor opposition to N i x o n
sparked his drive to switch to
Gov. Christian A. Herter as Pre
ident Eisenhower's 1956 running
maie."-: .- :..
Stassen, in his first implied per-
sonal attack on Nixon, said he
had received reports that Nixon's
camDaien tactics cost GOP votes
in the 1954 Congressional election J
ana even commuted to the loss
of a Senate seat that of former
Sen. Guy Cordon (R-Ore.).
He said he was told by Repub
lican leaders on northwestern
state that the Californian did
more harm than good in that area
Dy making speches of "too ex
treme a nature."
: Democrats have accused Nix
n of implying during the 1954
campaign that their party was
"toft on Communism." St mar)
indieatad he thought N i x o n't-
charge may have backfired to
the detriment of GOP candidate
ho Was trying to help."
Stassen, President Eisenhower's
disarmament adviser, now on
leave, made his statements about
Nixon in an "open letter" to all
delegates to the GOP convention.
Republican governors and mem
bers of Congress. He said he
wjuld send a copy to Nixon.
' Hetetorfore Stassen hat refrain
ed from persnal criticism of Nix
on, other than to say that polls
showed Nixon would cost the rres
AHMEDABAD, India, Aug. 11-
(UP) Local authorities reinforc
ed by Bombay state police clash clashed
ed clashed for the third straight day yes yesterday
terday yesterday with Gujerati-speaking In
dians protesting the government's!
refusal to grant them a separate
state.-, .... ;. ,-.
Officals annnounced 13 persons
have been killed and 150 wounded
since the rioting began Wednes-
Textile workers who had boycot boycotted
ted boycotted a student strike finally joined
the walkout in force today and the
City came to a standstill.
More than 180,000 worker and
'80,000 student hold a mats poli political
tical political demonstration againtt the
c antra I govornment's decision to
create on large atat of Bom
bay instead of separate one for
the Gujarat and Maharattra'in.
Mobs cut telephone wires and
stole 10 police motorcycles. They
stoned the houses of Congress
leaders and government installa installations.','
tions.',' installations.',' i v
Ahmedabad's Socialist and Com Communist
munist Communist parties encouraged the ri rioters
oters rioters with announcements they
would launch a passive resistance
movement against the govern government
Strong police squads patrolled
every street inside the walls which
encircle this major textile center,
irumng it Virtually into an armed
Wherever crowds assembled in
an ugle mood police waded in with
tear gas and clubs. But as soon
as the squads moved on the
crowds formed again.'
country is tafe" Abraham TAncoln.
bargains in bone china. Stand Standing
ing Standing about the display floor are
ornately carved teakwood chests
lined with aromatic camphor
wpod. They range in price from
about $25 to $125 for a hand handsome,
some, handsome, five-foot piece comprising
a chest atop three drawers.
Purchases in these exotic em emporiums
poriums emporiums often are preceded by a
spell of happy haggling before
the "last price" is reached. : A
shopper 'with a nimble tongue
and a poker face can build up,
quite a bargain If he's persis
tent and persuasive enough.
An ivory tusk so intricately
carved as to defy description, for
example, .may start out with a
price tag of $325 and finally
change hands for $250. Or a, pair
of Japanese field glasses marked
$30 may be devaluated to $24
before the friendly hassle is
over. Fairly friendly, that 11
However, a number of the
Panama shops have adopted a
one-price policy, so the bargain
ing isn t lnevitaoie.
Even a trip through one of
Panama' sfew supermarkets is
ident six per cent of his potentia 'i
vntec it Vivnn ..M.1..J Ua
GOP ticket this yearV-
Besides his implied criticism of,
Nixon's campaign tactics, Stassen
saio ne also was told that "t h
essential portion of organised la labor
bor labor needed to. carrv Whintrtnn
and Oregon were opposed" to Nix
on. .;..;. ..
He reported a conversation with
long-time ReDublican AFI. Ua.
er who "made a special trip to
Washington to tell me of his seri serious
ous serious concern of the affect of the
Vice President's name.'r
VHe said he doubted if he him him-self
self him-self would vote for the President
unless mere was a new num. ?
Vice President,'! Stassen said. "He
saw ne Knew ne could not get
many of the other members of nr.
ganized labor who had Voted' for
Eisenhower in 1952 to accept the
Vice President's name.'r
Stassen and Nixon rrnsaMi nathc
at the White House Vesterdav hut
did not meet face-to-face. Nixm
went to the Executive. Mansion t
confer with Mr. Eisenhower while
Stassen talked with Presidential
Assistant Sherman Adams.
Nixon spent about 30 minnfp
with the President discussing the
Sues Canal dispute and other "in "international
ternational "international affairs."'. He refused to
say wnetner they talked politics.
. Both Stassen and the White
House declined to give the rea reason
son reason for Station's tall en Ad Adams.
ams. Adams. W."
Another White House visitor to
day was former Gov. Dan Thorn Thornton
ton Thornton of Colorado, one of the Rpnnh.
weans wno Massen has designated
as getting favorable mention as a
vice presidential prospect in place
of .Nixon. r.
Thornton, who Is running for the
Senate, in Colorado, said he told
the President there is a "very
definite trend" among farmers for
tne administration s foreign poli policy.
cy. policy. He said thev did not tiiscuss
his campaign or the Stassen-Nixon
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an experience to make' glad the
hear of a gourmet
Their shelves display such
items as lars of Russian caviar
for 88 cents, Danish pate de foie
gras ror 29 cents. French can
ned snails for 99 cents a pound,
canned abalone for 85 cents a
pound, Danish mushrooms for
29 cents, canned barbecued par
tridges from Spain. Greek lam.
Portuguese anchovies, English
tea, French peas and scores of
It's .reliably renorted that
more than one visitor has head headed
ed headed homeward with a partridge
In his pocket.
- in addition to the cosmopoli cosmopolitan
tan cosmopolitan collection of cans, Panama's
supermarkets have another lit little
tle little difference from those in the
States. There is the usual shn
pn their cash registers advisin?
wiat ; we flo not cash checks.
nut in Panama the si to also
adds, "or lottery tickets." ;
With such bargains in everv
thing from snails to sterling ail
ver, it's small wonder that Unit
ed States visitors sometimes find
it hard to stav within the quota
of purchases they are allowed to
bring home without paving any
u.a. auiy. rne limits, incident incidentally,
ally, incidentally, are $200 worth every 30
days, if the traveler f has spnt
48 hours or more out of the
country, or $500 if he hasn't
been out of the United States in
six months and has spent at
least 12 days abroad.
Confused Orders Led
To Mine Dijasler, 1
MARCINELLE, Belgium, Aug.
wrt mine experts told in investigators
vestigators investigators yesterday that confus
ed operating orders led to the tra.
gic "Bitter Heart" mine disaster,
worst in Belgian historv.
Only 24 miners are known dead
but rescuers held little hope for
at, least 243 others entombed in
the burning, fume-filled pit since
The mine experts told investi investigating
gating investigating Magistrate Casteleyn
that a coal carrying elevator was
sent, down to -the 3,000 foot level.
near uie ooiiom oi me mine when
it should have sfopped at a gallery
only 2,300 feet down.
The elevator was ordered un a-
gain immediately. As it started to'
rise, a worker at the 3,000 f o
level pushed a loaded coal can"
board. TheJ rising elevator topped
the cart down the vertical shafti
onto a high-voltage electric line.
The Sne snapped and the flash flashing
ing flashing short circuit set fire to tim
bers and coal in the shaft
The fire spread quickly and the
rising elevator jammed. Hundreds
of Belgian, Italian, French and
German workers were trapped in
the mine.- ; -,r
Mine officials refused to give up
hope today that some of jthe men
might have found air Dockets in
the miles of branching tunnels and
survived. Weary' rescue crews
kept trying to push their way into
yie siiu ourmng pit.
The waning hope was strength'
ened when rescuers reported -their
belief the fire was not burning
much below the 2,975 foot level
and survivors might be found in
the two lower galleries, at 3,200
and 3,400 feet
HOW COP CONVENTION WILL LOOK The Republican convention in San Francisco -will
jam-pack the huge Cow Palace so that it will look something like the scene above. This
picture was taken When President Eisenhower made his campaign speech in 1952. The arena
will accommodate a total of 18,834 people, including 2,000 standees. The main arena building
is not air-conditioned, as it la considered unnecessary in the city's mild climate. Sixteen large
blowers bring in a constant supply of fresh air.
Owners Of Andrea Doria And Stockholm 1
Clearing Damage Claim
NEW YORK. Aug. 11 (UP)
The owners of the ill-fated itai
ian liner Andrea iDoria and tne
Swedish-American liner Stock
holm have agreed to cooperate
In clearing, away neoessary pre preliminaries
liminaries preliminaries in their mutual dam damage
age damage claims,.; ..; t r...,.;,",
Both sides agreed before Fed
eral Judge Lawrence Walsh yesterday-
that depdsitions in the
case would be taken beginning
Sent' 19. :
They also agreed on dates
In connection, with the raf raffle
fle raffle of the two automobiles and
a TV set, based on the draw drawing
ing drawing of the Panama National
Lottery for Sunday, (sponsored
by the VFW Teener League of
the Canal Zone), the public is
advised that book conta'ning
raffle tickets numbered 3700
through 3749 has .been lost
and that all of said tickets
are hereby declared null 'and
Persons who might hold any
of these tickets are requested
to telephone Noel Gibson (3 (3-1749
1749 (3-1749 at Margarita) and anoth another
er another ticket will be issued for
each of the above tickets held.
Gives Hews Views
Until Type Used Up
; BRISTOL, Tenn. (UP)'
'Lots of news" plm the weather
and for a penny a day.
That's the deal offered by
George McCall and George Schie Schie-ren,
ren, Schie-ren, publisher and editor, respec respectively,
tively, respectively, of the Eagle News.
The Georges are 11 years old,
both sixth graders i at Fairmont
School here. They publish their
ambitious little journal' daily in
the basement of the McCAlI home.
Just now it has 'six regular sub subscribers.
scribers. subscribers. -Two
small printing mschines
turn out the Eagle News and
since type often gives out before
an issue is completed, stories
usually are pretty short.
The other day, though, there
was a bad wreck in the neighbor
hood. The Doys put out an extra
and according to McCall ,"We
made eight cents and sold out"
The paper's delivery boy, -Jim
my neiio, aouoies as uie reporter,
gathering news items along his
route. Betsy Beach, who lives
close by, is circulation manager.
On Sunday there is a bigger
edition,, containing a comic, strip
and a summary of the week's
news. That edition sells for two
cents and is "just as big as we
get news to make it"
The weather-reports are borrow borrowed,
ed, borrowed, from bigger dailies in the a-rea.---'
. .- '-
McCall says there's plenty go going
ing going on to keep'the paper supphed
with news. ?
"We have a friend who is going
to have a baby" soon, and that will
be news, too,",, he said, i
Why do most women think
that all bachelors ort unhappy?
when both sides
prow of the Stockholm,- now un
der repairs In a Brooklyn ship shipyard.";.
yard.";. shipyard.";. ' :
. The Italian Line'filed a suit
for $25,000,000 against the Swedish-American
that the Stockholm was entirely
at fault In the sinking of the
anarea- ouria July 25.
The owners of the Stockholm
hye also filed ; a petition In navlgaUon' of the Stockholm
which they hope to fasten blame .from the time she became aware
for the collision on the Andrea lof the Andrea Doria's presence
Porta- - -I until time of collision.'
, i cam Kir. a nnr.'R I IFE A
thinks she's a watchdog provides many hours of amusement
for her owners, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Balogh of Grafton,
Ohio. The counterfeit calf.TSuzy by name, races to meet the
" family car when'master Ray comes home, nibbles on bananas,
and fetches the evening paper lrom the mailbox, above. The-honest-to-gosh
dog, Duke, which lives with the Baloghs, still
doesn't know what to make of it.
TODAY Release TODAY
if Biawni AVEitc ins Ttzsmnr... P
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parties to the suits agreed yes-1
terday that each will, on soeci-
fied dates, make available for for-inspection;
inspection; for-inspection; the loss's of both,
ships. Each will furnish com complete
plete complete lists of officers and crew-'
men performing functions relat relating
ing relating to the collision.
The first depositions, to be
taken Sept. 19, will be from of-
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crazy mixed-up, calf
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