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PAN ASIA, R. P TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1956
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Vce's Job: Pep Up
Lagging Con verinon
- SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 21 (UP) Republican!
"counted on President Eisenhower'e arrival today to put
eomo zip in a national conventional suffering from a se
vara case of foregone conclusion. ;,. f t:
Th President was due to arrive from Washington,
with Mrs. Eisenhower, between 6. and 6:30 p.m. He was
flying out to accept Thursday the convention's nqmina-
fnr another term in the White House.
His renomination.'and that of Vice-president Richard
M. Nixon, were such lure things that party leaders fear feared
ed feared public' interest In the convention was lagging. They
thought Mr. Eisenhower's presence on the scene should
remedy this. '
. mi. President was expected toiE. Stassen could possibly gener-
spend tli evening and .tomor .tomorrow
row .tomorrow meeting party leaders to his
luxurious St. Francis hotel suite.
Possibly h and Mrsu Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower will visit some ot the so social
cial social functions being given in
connection with the convention.
Unless there is a laterE switch
1 a1om ols t.h Chief Executive
did not plan any overt move In
the vlce-Fresiaeniiai siwhuuh.
Press secretary James C. Hag
"erty said In Washington he "did
nnt. irnnw what, if any, part Mr.
wisenhnwer mleht take In the
White House aides already ra
the scene here, however, said
thpfe was "not a cliance" that
, t' pr-iifl-nt would throw the
ys-o K' 1 -on hr ' "It
., , to
t. nnush steam for Gov. ChriS'
tla A. Herter of Massachusetts
to upset the first ballot renoml-
nation of Nixon.
It Temained a master or po
litical curiosity that Stassen
could return to his post as dis disarmament
armament disarmament adviser to Mr.
Eisenhower, next week. His
iimnort f Herter over Nixon
produced mixture of infer
and amaiement in most of Mr
Elsenhower's closer associates.
-Stassen maintained resolutely,
however, that he would he Dace.
n the loo in tne wnite Mouse
next week,, when his 30-day po political
litical political leave of absence ends.
Unless there was a change In
plans, Mr. Eisenhower was not
excreted to add to what he has
- pirlVr that he wouM r f
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FBI Wrong In
A wide varietv of subjects Of
general interest iff the Latin A-
merican communities oi inc ua ua-nal
nal ua-nal Zone has been placed on the
agenda for discussion at the
mnnthlv conference of Civic
Council representatives with the
Governor, a was announcea to
This month's conference will
be held at' 4: 30 tomorrow after
noon in the Paraiso Hien scnooi
music room. It will bo the first
of the "shirtsleeve conferences
to be open to tne public. ;
' The plan to open the monthly
conferences to th public as a
means of stimulating more inter interest
est interest in the Civic Councils. and
their work was sueetsted Dy uov.
w. B. Potter last month and
met with unanimous approval
by the representatives of both
the United States and Latin A-
merlcan communities v
School bus transportation
and the Salk vaccine ptog rami
for non-resident employes in
the Ganal Zone are an the list
of subjects for discussion at
the Wednesday afternoon
meeting. Both subject were ex extensively
tensively extensively discussed at the July
Other subjects, listed, on fhi
agenda for the meeting aret v"
New Cristobal housing: a play'
ground at Paraiso; the Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph Iad bus shelter; draln-
' v mn: revered walkway
NEW YORK. Aug. 21 (UP)
The FBI and New, York Police
disagreed widely today over
Identity of a murdered hoodlum
susnected of the acid-throwing
attack which blinded labor col
umnist Victor Riesel.
The District-Attorney s office
said it was seriously consider,
in exhuming the body of Abra
ham Tern. 21, wnom tne rui
claims was killed by mobsters
because acid burns on his lace
made him too "hot."
Telvl was found slain on tne
Lower East Side on, July 28.
A nollce autODsy. nowever,
showed no acid burns on the
body's face. The1 autopsy also
indicated a discrepancy in wie
size of the body compared to
descriptions of the acia-tnrower
given by witnesses, to the at attack
tack attack on RleseV ; j,v.
G.o.p, aviL Rights plank ; ; y
STRONGER THAN DEMOCRATS':
SAN FRANCISCO,' Aug. 21. 1 Ho said the word foree," for
fTipv Th Ttmnhriran tilatform xamDlo. now amMarS only in
rr rrrz . : ....... ....... 1-
: a i "vory coivai way ,u
doscriptlvo sense." u
' The ; niank also calls for enact
ment of the civil rights legislation
submitted by the administration
the last Congress.
rnmmittea Yesterday adopted
"peace and prosperity"' r platform
pledging- the party to "support In
every wiy" the Supreme Court's
school integration ruling. -Like
the Democrats, the GOP
civil righto plank rejected mo of
"force or viatonca by any group
. t agency" In ending school tog tog-:
: tog-: rogation. Cantrally, However, H
was somewhat stronger than the
Th nlatform also promised: A
Wter de&t for farmers, revisions
nd improvements In the T alt
. u.ib law Ttpnsion of the Fed
eral minimum wage law, further
Lbersliiation ot tne social okiu okiu-.
. okiu-. .v.tsm aid fnr chronic uncm-
ninvmmt areas and a continued
j-:.. tn tiMi wnrlil neace.
the committee shortly after t n e
first session of the GOP iftionl
Convention. It wilt bi submitted to
tne full convention later today.
: jh Nnrtherners and Southerners
agreed final kpproval was a mere
. 'The civil right plank borrow borrow-,
, borrow-, d the Supreme .Court's own Ian Ian-v
v Ian-v guage In asrting that ""
itospwd" should bo used in tho
mingling of White and Negro
children In southtrn rm:
- e- ir.rft M. Dirksen (R-Iu.),
who wrote an original draft con;
ht he called "pungent
:.', admitted concessions
had be nsd to Southern Bepub-
He said the WbJU Housi .did aet
Intervene directly but added that
ft "would be strange Indeed if the
"jf aa not have a strong
To Begin Monday
At BHS And CHS
The Canal Zone ROTC pro program
gram program will underway Monday at
both Balboa and Cristobal High
uniforms and eoulpment will
be Issued to all cadets who ex ex-nrt
nrt ex-nrt tn take cart in the Pro
gram during the coming- school
year. The uniforms will be lss
sued at the ROTC building at
Balboa High School from 8 a.m.
until noon and at Cristobal
Hleh .School during the same
1 This year..-- cadets who draw
their uniforms early will have
anv alterations that are needed
taken care of bv a ROTC tailor,
; The tailor will also sew on
stripes and patches at no cost
to the cadet.
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It was described as' "a thin
shade stronger" than the : Demo
cratic olank bv Roy Wilkins, ex
ecutive secretary of the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People, and Joseph L.
Ruah. national chairman ot Amer
icans for Democratic Action.
"We regret the failure to pledge
an effort to criminate tne minus
tr rule which has blocked all Fed
ral civil nehU legislation," WU-
kins and Ruah added.
, The Republican plank taifl tne
administration ha wiped 1 out
discrimination in Fedral am.
ploymant and ia induttriot tlolng
business with the government.
"In the area of exclusive Feder
al -hiriiHirtinn more progress has
been made' in this field under the
present Republican administration
than in any similar penoa wc
last 80 years," the plank saia
The document said me 1 wr
ant" the seereeatlon aeci-
inn nnttne: mat me niKn .cuuii
called for "progressive ellmina
f 9r(Mftlon in schools.
" it added, "in the
conclusion of the Supreme Court
that Its decision directing.-school
desegregation should be accom accomplished
plished accomplished with 'all deliberate speed
iaiw throuzh Federal districu
rnurts t '-.
w. KpIIpv that true progress
can be attained through intelligent
study, understanaing, eauouu"
!j will Use ot force or
violence ny "y -r
.;n ini nnlv to worsen the many
rfthT(.ms inherent in the situa
a buildins for use by tne La Bo
ca Civic Council; the July mar-i
ket basket prices and coordl-
nated Civic council voting regu regu-latlons.
latlons. regu-latlons. r :'t-.-f ":-:'. fi:-
The puhUc monthly conier conier-ences
ences conier-ences are not intended as a sub
stitute for the regular Civic
Council meetings in the various
communities and these will con
tinue to be held on' an jnam
dual-town basis as in the past,
the announcement said. The lat latter
ter latter have nlwavs been open xo the
public with Individual residents
hoino- invited to submit their
views on community problems
and to bring problems or gener general
al general interest to the attention of
Th time of monthly confer
ences between the Governor and
rivie Council representatives
4:30 o'clock is the afternoon
will enable the largest number
of employes possible to attend
since It is later than the clos closing
ing closing hours for most units of the
Canal organization. s ;
It is planned to alternate the
conference between the Atlantic
and Pacific sides of the Isth
mus. The conferences with coun
ell representatives 'of' United
States towns will be held this
month at Margarita. Next montn
the two groups will meet for con conferences
ferences conferences on the opposite side of
the Isthmus irom tne August
police "broke1' their own case
yesterday with the surrender of
Hugh 'Francis Drescher. 23,
wanted for a wae of gangland
executions which followed the
Drescher was an acquaint
ance of the murdered Telvl.
Drescher's 1 -surrender was
quickly ; followed by' an an announcement
nouncement announcement from acting U. S.
Attorney Thomas B. Gilchrist
which Indicated that New York
police have some lead on me
identitw. of the underworld fig figure
ure figure who msv have ordered the
.15 Attack on r.l.-scl.
lui.4 &:...loci yesterday
t an Ohio couple excused of
harboring Telvl when he fled
from New York are scheduled
to testify before a special fed
eral rackets grano jury kkwj.
Lf.:ccasci:'j$ In H:
Ccr Oil lli;toay ;f
Building Pet, Vr
Runs Under Car
T.nrir Tan out 1 this mornlna
for one of the two sauirrels who
have been wont' to scamper a a-cross
cross a-cross the lawns and parking lots
around the Administration Eld?.
As an official car came up
the hill, Mr. Squirrel suddenly
decided to cross the road. He
dashed under the vehicle; and
a rear wheel passed over llm.
Genuinely distressed at hv hv-ln
ln hv-ln hit the little animal, the
driver of the car stooped to see
how badly the Admin pet was
hurt.; ; ,
But there was nothing to be
aone ior Mr. squirrel.
32 Al;:ri:h Reich
Die I.t Fierce
ALGIERS, Aug. 21 (UP) At
least 32 rebels died in a fierce
battle with French troops along
the -mountainous Tunisian border
it was learned here todav.
French army, units and the in insurgent
surgent insurgent band, numbering about 150;
met in battle at the foot of Dir
mountain, about 90 miles south of
the port city of Bone. .-.-.-:
The rebels retreated to the moun
tain heishts. leaving 32 corpses
on the battlefield. They took all
wounded with. them. French losses
were not reported.
Cad Agha Abdel Atif Mohamed
Srir, was fatally wounded in his
Rebels dynamited a railroad line
on the Moroccan border south of
Usual $100 Fine
Driving an automoble while
intoxicated brought a $100 fine
in Balboa Magistrate's Court
yesterday for Joseph Thomas
Kelley, 30, American. :
Kelley changed- his orielnal
nlea of ,not guilty to' that of
The offense occurred on 4th of
July Avenue at a: 10 a.m. Aug. 17.
Pwplv'lntr a renort that a ear
with a man sitting behind the
wneei was gt wo
their jricinity, Arraljan officers
of the Panama National ouara
mvestlgeted early yesterday
morning, v ;
Found unconscious In the
vehicle was a man later identi identified
fied identified as Staff Sgt. Oarland Es
gene Porterfleld of the 5700th
11. t... .t alVirAnlr AFR
; His vehicle waf hout 18 feet
off the Pan American Highway,
in a clump of busnes. rorceriieia
did not Mem to be injured, and
the Panama officers tnougni 11
possible that he was intoxicated.
A- wrecker was sent for his car,
which was Impounded.
- Being unable to waken Porter,
field, the Panami officers turn
ed him over to the Canai zone
Police, who took him to Gorges
Porterfleld did not regain con
sclousness for many hours. When
he-did, he told authorities he had
fallen asleep at the wheel and
bad run on tne roaa.
He was still under observation
at Gorgas today.
A Amtrtcan liber leader from
the CimI Zona H Waih Waih-ingta
ingta Waih-ingta tonight with the 'dtrnit
atian to put preuwra hahind Itf Itf-With)
With) Itf-With) madad to bring aea-U.S.
citiua ampleves of th Canal an an-dar.th
dar.th an-dar.th Civil Sarvice Reticomairt
Act, r andar similar lagiilatian
utJliia ka aama banafitl.
Rufus M. Lovelady. a local of
ficial of the American Federa
tion ,nf Government Employes,
win be In a nosltlon to make his
views heard when he arrives for
the national convention ot the
mnlnva ormm. i
Lovelady : has recently been
nntified that he will serve as
chairman of the retirement
classification and personnel
placement committee at ine
convention. For several years he
has been a national vice-presi
"I ant dafinitaly of the laallng,"
k said today, "that th nen-m
san amployas f tha Canal rgani rgani-sstia
sstia rgani-sstia are antitlad to greater ban ban-fit
fit ban-fit than thay naw gat andar th
r..k B.lial Aet." K
Lovelady also revealed that
annrehension bv Some senators
as to the effect of legal polyga polygamy
my polygamy In certain countriea,i,where
t.h United Stater Kovernment
has' Installations has served as
a brake on the enactment of a
general law to bring all nonclt nonclt-izen.
izen. nonclt-izen. overseas employes under
W. ..f .,: ;". :
This, of course, does not apply
in Panama, he pointed out. But
in Moslem countries, for exam exam-nie.
nie. exam-nie. un to four wives Is legal.
- Certain. U.S senator? ..have
Voiced fear that extending xne
nm-vi .-orshin- benefits rf the Ke-
tirement Ad in SUCll COlintrie,
hilcht'.' result in exoriltent
claims bv. multiple widows and
their proportionately numerous
children. s ;;
In Washington Lovelady will
rannmmend the enactment of
separate legislation to cover the
non-UJS. citizens jn.. overseas j
reas.- :- a-,;-;-u .f-uu
Hit racammandatMio will b that
it b pittamW ganerady after th
retirement nravhiorn f th prai
aat Civil Sarvita Law. but with
.faauinil Malnat i tha -ahusa f
survivarahlp banttlH In that ceun ceun-ttitt
ttitt ceun-ttitt whar Ftdaral ampUyas may
i Unlly allawa to have mare
haa ana wifa at a time. r
Tf tha a foe convention "does
n't rn fnr that." Loveladv said
thn t will recommend special
legislation to take care oi ine,
non-U.S. citizens here.'
Lovelady also pointed out that
the ouestion of retirement bene benefits
fits benefits for overseas non-cttlzen em employes
ployes employes of the United States gov
ernment is prewy sure w come
to an Issue In. the coming Con-
gress.:. ; ." .-;-,;- .
The last Coneress enacted
legislation providing that the
Retirement Act will De appiiea
to any person who has more
than one year's service, whether
his category Is "temporary" or
This inevitably will brine un-
dr the Act many employes
heretofore classed as "tempora
ry," Lovelady foresees.
Says They And
Differ From State Dept.
On Equal Worlc, Equal Pay v
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WASHINGTON. Aug. 21 (UP) Diplomatic sources here do in fed" out- te-rlnv
while the position of Assistant Army secretary George H. Roderick on a Canal Zona
local-rote wage increase appeared to be shared by many Zone officials, It was nor
shared by the State Department. 1 ,.v
There is no doubt in our mind that the agreement (the 1955 US-Panama Treaty)"
calls for adequate compensation for Panamanian employes who are to lose manv nrivi.
I n : l ir:-:i r m
eyes, u runuinuiiiun.cmDaisv ornciui sum.
l; He charged that many' Canal Zone officials were re-!
fusing to recognize provisions, of the treaty which he said
called for equal pay for equal work.
' Meanwhile, in Ancon, the Joint Board of Locals 900
and-S07 met last night and expressed the opinion that
tht treaty negotiators were "not too sure of just what
took place At the Bargaining table" In Washington, as far
as compensatory wages for non-citizcrs were concerned,
i: The: joint board Tfert the negotiator': were equally
confused about the application of the "equal pay for equal
t work'' principl. '-i' ':v:-f .''i..'-"'-; ''v "fi'.a''?.
' The teard went on" record ai Insisting that the Pan-
emanlan gdvernmenl reopen negotiations' with the United Artnur Marks,
Sjte$ err e clausef ot the tretyHrW oft v;-s, -in-K'.--
asmr Y ss it" it now .quite eviJent government
.(tf I namaj jwill not consider asking for. a postponement
of cancellation of privileges."' '. '" '
. The -' r
liSwis Fisher Braden, 35, A A-merlcan.
merlcan. A-merlcan. was fined tin in rat.
boa Magistrate's Court yesterday
for. speeding' 65 m.h.p. in a 43 43-mile
mile 43-mile zone.
Three bus drivor
$5 each lor driving vehicles in.
which the emergency door v. a
oosiruciea. inev were Gpr?' i
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' CROSS KEYS. EneTand. Aue. 21
(UP) -The old folk of this Welsh
mining town indicated today they
were not too pleased at a blonde
model's "Lady Godlva" ride to
raise money for them.
-; -The' ride went beyond the
bounds of decency," some of the
Deurdre Probert wore nothing
but a wig with four-foot lone tress
es when she re-enacted the legen-
dary ride Saturday to the delight
of thousands of grinning coal min-
ers ,v :. '-
One of the pensioners, Albert
Denning, said the carnival that put
on the ride "ignored the church
protests." He Indicated the old folk
might refuse, to accept tha money
raised for them that way.
"The board thereupon decided
te, seek a meeting with President-elect
Ernesto de la Guar-
1t. JT '.-:'! .1X,al--5, .':
L .Questions to be raised at this
meeting mciuoea, me pui""g
of teeth into Panama price con control
trol control -office decisions, the ability
of Panama's merchants to pro provide
vide provide all the people with the type
of ioodi they are now accustom accustomed
ed accustomed to. and the fate of the hun hundred
dred hundred of Canal Zone workers
who -will be out of a Job as a re result
sult result t, the closing of services on
the Zon9.-04--.i-j ::J.:- j'',v;,:'v j,
Tne board also intended te
seek from de la Guardia a
commitment that his admin,
ktratlon would appoint a la labor
bor labor attache to the Washing Washing-ten
ten Washing-ten embassy. v..
The members of the Joint
board are Harold W. Rerrle, Er Ernest
nest Ernest Hay and Santiago Graham
from Local 900; Jose i de la Rosa
Castillo C Alfred Morris, Edsel
Wong and Victor Franco from
Local 807; ana wuuam a.
clalr ATSCMK AFL-CIO tater-
i Loeal 907 earlier had invited
V,. treat naffOtiatOrS tO a PUD-
11c meeting in Bania Ana pz.
to answer questions, about the
2. -L i- 1 wk..ra
Tne Panamanian iubj
nnirsmn in Washineton said
Ambassador Joaquin Jose Valla Valla-im
im Valla-im aTnfrt.fri t.n set in toucn
with the State Department this
afternoon, on his return from an
extended week end out of Wart'
lnThe' spokesman sald.theem sald.theem-bassjFls
bassjFls sald.theem-bassjFls expecting InstrucUons
from Panama to request a State
Department clarification of Rod Roderick's
erick's Roderick's remarks.. tj;
' Roderick stirred widespread
disappointment on the lath-
and the theft occurred at a soot Plans U raise wages of pana-
adjacent to the entrance of the manlan workeri after they
YMCA In Balboa. lose,, commissar prtvfleges
Gets 15 Days
A 20-year-old bicycle t thief
will spend the next IS days in
iau following his conviction yes
terday afternoon in Balboa Ma-
elstrate's court, f i
Cornelio SamanleRO, Panama
nian, was convicted of having
stolen the cycle from James
when the new treaty, comes to
force January. 1.
The Panamanian embassy
spokesman In Washington said
the surprise expressed by Presi
dent Ricardo M. Arias over Rod
erick's remarks "is completely
jozicai in tne uent or tne nrovi'
slons of the treaty.",, --
Meanwhile. In view of Roder
ick's statements, the committee
of Isthmian Elks has suspended
activities in obtaining signatures
on a memorial to the Panama
government requesting suspen
slon of the treaty provisions
which terminate the commissary
privileges of non-citizen em employes
ployes employes who reside In Panama.
Qqesif Jdiana's ;
Soviet 5-Yr. Plan
Utilizes Glue Pot
1 LONDON. Aug. 21 (UP) -Mos
cow radio said yesterday Russian
tailors soon will start glueing
-thes together Instead of sewing
tietn as part of the new five-year
Six New Pc!!o Cases Reported
- Six new cases ot polio were reported yesterday JT Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama and Canal Zone health authorities. Gorgas Hospital
reported two additional cases, raising the number ef eases
in the Canal Zone hospital to four nd the overall total te
eight In the last three days. ; Panama reported four new
ones. ',""''.".Y I : ".''.''; ,'-
The four Panama cases were all minors under five years
of age. The two Gorgas eases included an 18-month-old boy,
admitted last Friday, and a l-yearld boy. Both are resi residents
dents residents of Panama. Their parents are employed on the Canal
' On the Panama Salk polio vaecination frent, S8C vacci vaccination
nation vaccination cards -had been issued in Panama City up to yes yes-terday.
terday. yes-terday. '-.., ''-...'
-. Dr. Alberto Bissot of the Public Health Ministry, who Is
on the Anti-Polio Foundation led by First Lady Mrs. Olga
Arias, plans to go to Colon tomorrow to set up a vaccination
center which should go into operation before the -week Is
out. : ,:.-'. r'-'-'- .;.-'"-'
Salk vaccinations continued today at the vaccination
centers set up around Panama City, -i Cards are being issued
at the mezzanine of the Ministry of Treasury and those who
are in a position to pay for the vaccine aro being asked
to give as much as they caa afford.
LONDON; Aug. 21 (UP) Queen
Juliana of the Netherlands has
no. plans to give up her throne
for at least the next three years,
British newspapers reported to today.
day. today. -;4 ;',., ;i,
Reports of abdication had a-
risen following published stories
aoout a rift between tne queen
and her husband. Prince Bern-
hard, over the Influence of Greet
Hofmans, a so-called " laitn
healer" consulted by Juliana in
a desperate bid to save the eye
sight of her youngest (taugnter.
The Queen was reported to
have given her assurance about
retaining the tnrone to a tnree tnree-man
man tnree-man committee set up to inves
tigate the royal household trou
bles. ; ;.
NewsnaDer dispatches here
said the Queen told the commit committee
tee committee she will stay on the throne
until Princess Beatrix, the heir-
apparent, finishes .courses at
Leyden .University which she
starts next montn. xne -courses
will continue for three years.
Dr. Gersrd J Lammers, oin-
clal spokesman for the Dutch
a-overnment in the Hague, de
scribed the abdication reports as
New LibeP 7
Slapped On i
The Ecusdorean motorshlp
Guayas r already held in Bai
boa harbor on one admiralty
libel was l)beled again yester
dav.; ... i :-y-y :-'r ;
Complainant in the new suit
was the Darlen Fruit icomnauv
which claimed it had delivered
an advance ot $1,000 to the Qua
1 for a cargo of bananas, but
had not received the fruit.
Tha rltfr lihel charred the
Guayas with skipping a bill for
liquor and cigarettes.
Krncsto Lev? T.!-.,-iui-., I
amanian, was $10 lut t
lng without an operator's 11-
cense. ., ;
Luz Alberto Diaz, 29, Fan? --nlan,:
nlan,: --nlan,: was fined $15 for racUe.-i
driving on Thatcher Highway.
William 'Joseph Bums, is
American, was fined $10 for
failure to have the registration
plate of his vehicle illuming te-1.
Lyman Da Costa Carmlchaci
48, Pannamanian, paid a $13
fine for failure to have the &wr
of his bus closed.
"L Frederick Cornelius Taylor,
Panamanian, was fined $10 for
driving an uninspected bus, but
payment was suspended.
John Ernest Griffith, 32, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was convicted of driv driving
ing driving a bus on a restricted street
in Paraiso, but imposition of
sentence was suspended.
Imposition of sentence was
also suspended for Jose Mr-'iri
Zapata, 30, Panamanian, . r,o
was convicted of vagrancy.
leaves I!:!' ;
To Live Wish Lever
And SpcaiD f
CLEVELAND. Ohio. Aug. 2t
(UP) Judge Samuel H. Sifbert
yesterday refused a divorce to a
man whose wife went to live with,
her married lover and his wife.
The judge ordered Mrs. Mario-
Vie Miller, 86, to leave the homo
of Russell P. Dlmond, 39, sod his
wife. He issued an injunction bar-
ring Dimond from seeing Mrs.
Miller. He ordered an investiga
tion to determine if Dimond can
be prosecuted for his illicit asso-
ciauoni wiw Mrs. miner; ne ai j
rected Mrs. Miller to "see a psy-chis-fist"
and -"get straightened
The Judge also praised Miller.
who. sought the divorce, as a "jew "jewel
el "jewel of a husband" who had offered'
to take back his wife for the sake
of her four daughters.
Mrs. Miller abandoned the chil children
dren children last July 2 to move into the
Dimond home, where she and
Mrs. Dimond kept house jointly.
.The judge prefaced his ruling by
declaring "The facts in this case
were the most inusual In the U
years I've- been a judge." 1
Chinese, US Talks
In Geneva; Switr.
GENEVA, Aug. 21 (UP) A A-merlcsn
merlcsn A-merlcsn Ambassador U. Alexis -Johnson
and. Chinese Communist
Ambassador: Wang Ptn-nat -met
for the 56th time today to discuss
the release of 10 Americans still
held in Chinese prisons and,, a
proposed mutual renunciation of
force in the Formosa area.
The usual brief eommnninie
concluded the hour and 50-nun-
ute meeting, saying the Ambassa
dors had to meet again on Thur
day, Sept. e.
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!! The attempt to seem confused about the Provision? of Sec Section
tion Section 1 of the Memorandum of Understandings attached- to the
1855 Treaty is belated Indeed.
By VICTOR RIESEL
There were more delegates lined
up for happy Dills than for Hiddv
Chandler and the rest of the aiso-
rans at the Democratic conven
tion. And the men on the queue
were not disappointed because the
arrangements committee had the
foresight to stock up heavily on
me iranquuizing dosages at the
tre s emergency Medical tenter.
The Democrats would have had
to save the 1 generous supply of
"tranquilizers" for 1960 were it.
not for two- "old men" who be
lieve they were doublecressed y
AFL ana CIO political leaders in
1952 and were now determined to
try to stop the left wing of the
The -two "old men. John L.
Lewis and Harry Truman, waited
for the chance to "get even" with
the labor politicos with whom the
Democratic high ommand has had
1 TV we not remember the weeks hi December 1953 when ex-ito clear since 1940. Then, it w
pert linguists of Panama and the United States were engaged jwith Sidney Hillman; now, it is
in engrossing tne instruments to maxe sure evwyooay.unacr- witn waiter Keutner.
tood they said and meant tn same :ning. ;-, f r:
,1 Even before president Reincn was assassinated, local-rate
union people and others were questioning' his administration as
to exactly what tne proposes single oasic wage acaie was
pected to accomplish ,.
U When the text of tlie treaty was made public at the sign signingthe
ingthe signingthe people of both Panama and the United States finally
had an opportunity to read lor themselves what u. contained.
Actually the concession to create a single basic wage scale
h the Zone was and is expected to be In the future more of
an aid to Panamanian workers than the present hubub would
Indicate. As-more groups of such workers become qualified
they will tahe over more and more of the Work of the Canal
Zone at images whicn. througn aescriDea as "01 ine wcain,y: are
In fact distinctly better than wages for comparable work in
!J Also the Canal. Is, constantly hiring at the American rate
Panamanian technicians wnose qualifications of educational
gaining. and language equip tnem for sacn service. : f t n-
;! For weeks Wore and after the treaty was signed, it was
apparent" to everyone who dug into the matter that it did not
provide for a compensatory across-the-board salary raise for
local-rate jobs, or for all Jobs on the Zone to be compensated
at the going rate Jn the United States. -t
If any doubt existed. Assistant Secretary Roderick made the
pblnt fully cicar over a year ago in public testimony before the
k 8. Senate Foreign Relations Committee before the treaty was
1 1 Am I hot right In thinking that the Panama government
had observers at these hearings? And did not Panama get a
Ji)py of the Congressional Record? If so the Interpretation of
Mr. Roderick this week could hardly come as a surprise.
; On the other "hand, I go along with Panama Is her 'com 'complaints
plaints 'complaints on the non-enactment it the Land Bill to transfer the
real estate, the Labor Bill to establish the single basic wage
scale. y:- y "l V- ; t i "' ;
' The Eisenhower admlnistratioh .i-" which negotiated the
treaty Aw does, not seem to have pushed these bills very fast. :
Iv worse.;. thev did not f ven oresent to the Coneresi a
j r'sW to ca inrr. Canal Company Govemmjpnt non-qltizen
workers unU ; tUe Retirement Act. t
:! Panama has- a Just beef on the lack of action on these
points. ; )
" Isthmian Norte
. In the light of last 8unday' statements by Assistant Army
Secretary Roderick on the future wage situation on the Canal
Zone and the Panama Government's prompt expression of dis disagreement
agreement disagreement with Mr. Roderick's .views, it will be interesting to
see the reaction of the Inveterate Mail- Box contributors, espe especially
cially especially of the more bigoted and narrow-minded armchair states statesmen
men statesmen and economists. ...... ;
' The. ease with which every foreigner and his brother Zonl&n
can set themselves up as expert arbiters of most the matters
affecting United States-Panama relations is truly amazing.
: While I do not attempt to deny them the right to express
their views, it would be well for them to remember that every
country, lnncluding theirs, has problems In relations with other
countries, has underpaid and unemployed workers, has crooked,
grasping politicians and has the right to attempt to get Just
what was Intended in its signed agreements with'' Other coun coun-Ues..:T:V';:':.?;:;::
Ues..:T:V';:':.?;:;:: coun-Ues..:T:V';:':.?;:;:: x, ; .lZl
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For once Mr. Lovelady who up until a few years ago was
the thorn. In the side 01 the aspirations of Panamanian em employes
ployes employes of the Canal Zone to earn a living wage and the
Local-Rate labor leaders are in agreement in that nowhere In
the new Treaty does it say anything about an increase in sal salary
ary salary for Panamanian workers on the Canal Zone.
On the other handV the Panamanian government Insists
tliat the treaty does contemplate, in a somewhat roundabout
nranner, a general Increase In wages for those employes who
iU lose certain privileges at the request of the Panamanian
I My humble opinion is that an official U.S. clarification on
this particular matter should have been forthcoming a long
t:me ago. Even before the new treaty-was finally negotiated,
and after, the late President Remon, who fulfilled his campaign
promise-hy negotiating a new treaty with U.S., would frequent
ly make public statements to the effect that Panamanian em employes
ployes employes of the Canal Zone would lose their free-entry and com
r'lssary privileges, but In return would get, salary increases to
rake up for the loss in take home pay.
-Time and again President Remon declared that the new
treaty provided for equal pay lor equal work for Panamanians
and Americans alike. (
' If Mr. Remon was wrong In his Interpretation of what was
?ed upon, surely the VS. negotiators knew it then. Why
c i t they (the UJ3.) clarify-the matter during-those months
the end of 1954 when the late President kept repeating these
erroneous" statements? It certainly looks like the U.S. has
r emitted another diplomatic blunder.
- Panamanians on the canal Zone are already displeased with
' ir government over the idea of losing their privileges. Now,
- r. Roderick has probably turned their Ire also upon the Canal
i.-'ne government, in a belated move that will no doubt serve
r 7 to Increase the anti-gringo sentiments harbored by the un un-l
l un-l "red man-ln-streeU.,
;( As I said before the reactions will be Interesting to watch. 1
Interested Observer '';
,, Who in heaven's name was stupid enough to-write that we
f tve United States should have two presidents?
;; "Two for the Money" certainly has little conception of the
:.'s that both of the parties are presenting. There may not
as much difference as the British parties; but there is enough
i be felt In the government. For example, the type of bill
ed and their content changes drastically with the major major-s
s major-s who rule the Congress.
'.; Aso Important are the appointees of the president and the
i tive department All the picked ambassadors change with
. Jerent party In the Whiio House. The cabinet' members
0 play a major roles in the directing qf our country also
:; If there were as little difference as Two for the Money"
:rss to think, then there would only be one party.
One For My Money
There were many y reasons, of
course.for Truman's efforts to cut
down Stevenson in the slaughter
house arena. He remembered how
the labor people came to Chicago
in 1944. and stormed the conven convention
tion convention hall with newly painted signs
for Wallace. He recalled how they
so grudgingly "cleared" him but
kept bis name off the Roosevelt
election banners until ha came.
hat in hand, to a room in the
Hotel ,Commodore to be photo-
grapnea s witn one 01 tne few
Roosevelt-Truman costers. I was in
that room that dy and 1 know
now ne leu.
Still fresh to hi memnrv.' ton
is how Mrs, Roosevelt, son Jamej
ana tne Liu Bioe. in '48 offered the
Democratic nomination to. Gen.
Eisenhower in sun baked Philadel
phia.! And how a. CIO official by
name, af Monroe Sweetland tele
phoned Supreme Court Justice
Douglas cross-country to. take the
candidacy in order to knock out
Harry. They even debated offer offer-ins
ins offer-ins it to then U.S. Senator Claude
repper c Florida.
Hut Truman remembered more
vividly what he has called "the
doublecross" of '52. The then ores
ident had asked Adlai Stevenson
to run. Stevenson refused. Truman
then pledged himself to back the
nomination of the late Alben
Berkley. John Lewis was behind
that one,1 too. Barkley actually
could have had the spot, Truman
insists, nut tne la Dor people vetoed
it at a set-up breakfast in Chicaco
at the' Hotel Stephens, now the
unraa juiiod. )
The labor men. some 12 af them.
fcvited Barkley to start the day
with them, he accepted, thinking
they,' too. were eoina tor oledae
support. .They) questioned him on
policy and then laid it on the line.
Would he go along in the old
Roosevelt tradition in close alliance
with labor? .He said he couldn't
really promise that. He then left.
giving the discussion no thought
except that he had shared bacon
and eses with old friends. The la
bor men concluded that Barklev
would wind up working with the
conservatives ana southerners.
They then issued a flash press
statement announcing tney
wouldn't go along with Barkley.
He was "too old'1 they ? said. He
wasn't "cleared." That crumbled
the elder statesman Stevenson
then came to Truman and said
he wanted to run and that he had
labor support too.
Lewis and .Truman' "discussed
that one many times, They waited
and- bided their time. Some weeks
ago Lewis was telephoned. Adlai
Stevenson wanted to see him. They
talked for two and a half hours.
Then Estes Kefauver came some
days later. Lewis listened. He
gave neither aspirant the political
shot-in-the-arm they sought. Then
Averell Harriman went down to
Washington to speak at the Nation
al Fress Club and later dropped
in on the miners' chief. Lewis
pledged support, v
On Friday, August 10, Truman
opened up on Adlai. On the- morn morning
ing morning of Wed., August 15, Lewis ar arrived
rived arrived at the LaSalle St. station in
Chicago on a through-car of the'
Commodore Vanderbilt, J
m wu visited by two of his
aides. They spoke in his drawing
room, in which na waa due to
travel on to Wyoming for a vac-!
tion. He recalled that Harriman
had always been pro-labor'. He re recalled
called recalled that Adlai Stevenson, as
governor of Illinois, had given the
miners, and the CIO and AFL.
very little. He decided to get off
the train and on up to room 1302
at the Sheraton Blackstone, next
door to Happy Chandler's suite
He decided to put the 1 political
Sicxaxe into stvenson after taut'
11 to Truman on the phone.
most 01 tne same laDor ouiciais
who sank Barkley 's hopes .were
around Stevenson as they awaited
the Lewis attack.
They sneered. But they knew for
sure that the old master had made
a stop-over. ; .
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a ti twiilltl I VI i
SAN FRANCISCO Biggest up some of the party leaders te
question mark in the mind of rally support for- Wallace's rcnom rcnom-every
every rcnom-every delegate attending this oth- ination. Wallace, however, asked
erwise carefully calculated gather-' Roosevelt to issue a statement of
mg of the GOP-clan is whether' Support. But just as Eisenhower
tne older man who is to be nom-lhas ducked giving Nixon a per per-mated
mated per-mated by acclamation 'does or sonal statement," so FDR ducked
does not want the vounff min fmmlnn Wall.
vaiuornia. as nut running-mate
NEA Service, Inc.
4 1 By Peter Edsoni"
CHICAGO' 4 NEA )U Most' fu
tile performance of the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic convention or any other -was
the feudin' fussin and fun of writing
the party's platform.
Chief architect of this year's job
was, of course, Rep. John w. Mc-
tormack of Massachusetts. He
has been it before. ; ;
Thoueh it's his Dlatform. he
doesn't nave to run on it.
McCormack kids about the nine
votes for president that were
pledged to him on first ballot But
about me platform he was deadly
He took personal reponsibuity
for the controversial civil rights
plank, entrusting to no one, forj
he had 108 prima donnas to deal
with on his platform committee.
There, was a man and a woman
delegate from every state and
territory.: Each had narrownocal
and sectional interests at heart.
But for the record they were: all
high-moticed super-patriots out to
save the. nation. .:v-'.i-'h?:-r,:
McCormack got agreement) on
everything else before be turned
his cast of characters loose on
He hsd two top assistants for
general drafting. They were Joe
Duggin and Dewey Anderson, who
naa worked with McCormack on
both the 1948 and 1952 platforms.
Duggin. is city attorney of. New
Bedford, Mass., in MeCormack's
district He is strictly a City Hall-
type politician. But he has the
aunty to write as few or as many
words as needed on any subject.
cieany or luzzing it up.
Anderson,1 a Californiah, is1 di director
rector director of Institute of Public 'Af 'Affairs.
fairs. 'Affairs. It's a political research and
education organization financed
by railway brotherhoods.; ; ?
Principal guides which the draft drafters
ers drafters worked from were the 1952
platform' and four more recent
Democratic National Committee
reports: Farm policy by ex-Secy.
Conservation' bv ex-Secy. of .. In Interior
terior Interior Oscar Chapman. Domes Domestic
tic Domestic economy by ex-Chairman Leon
Keyserling of Council of Economic
Advisers, i Foreign policy by
Charles S. Murphy, President Tru Truman's
man's Truman's former chief counsel, with
considerable help from ex-Secy.
of State Dean Acheson,
First question was whether to
have a short platform. It was de decided
cided decided to let it run, putting in some something
thing something to appeal to everyone who
na a gripe- against the isen-
The pitch is that if the Demo
crats, make appeals to enough
disgruntled minorities farmers,
labor, small business and Zionists
who want arms for Israel their
votes will add. up to a majority
on election day. -.
Various planks were first sub submitted
mitted submitted to a 18-member drafting
There were five eastern. five
southern and five western meml
bers. Yankee McCormack held
tne whip hand as chairman.
AH the testimony of over 100
witnesses a million words In open
.... M ..
nearmgs Deiore tne niu commit-
Wee in the' week before the con-
venton--were more' er less dis-;
regarded. .4- ,-0
Only effect all these statement
may have had was to influence
committee members as they vot voted
ed voted on planks submitted hv th
ur aiung committee. -ti
They are puzzled by the fact
that President Eisenhower has
praised Mxon yet at the same
time, never definitely endorsed
him, that he seems to like him
yet has given the green light
to a member of his official famuy,
Harold Stassen. to work asainst
him. .. -. . 1
The broad answer to the mys mystery
tery mystery probably goes back ta the
general similarity between the
The most he gave him' was
statement tha "If I were a dcle dcle-gae
gae dcle-gae from New York I would vote
!ior Henry Wallace." But at, the
same time he said this, he also
gave a letter to Deocratic Chair Chairman
man Chairman Bob Hannegan stating bis
preference fur Harry Truman, and
Justice William 0. Douglas.
STASSEN ON LIMB
The nearest Eisenhower Lns
come to supporting Nixon was
pubbc relations strategy of Dwignt c, mc w MPPW "U0B w"
D. Eisenhower and the man who ?iateent. Jb Jim H8?;1,y'.
uib rrcsiutiii was aeugntea
Nhon had charted his own
course nd decided to run again.
first made him a general, Frank-;
itu u. Boosevert Thougli different
In Iheir. goals and in makini in
ternational, decisions, their public
relations techniques are almost
- When the Republicans we r e
meeting in 1910, FDR threw them
into a tizzy bj appauting two top
Republicans, Henry L. St) in son
as secretary of .war and, Frank
Kiicx as secretary of the Navy.
It took the publicity spctligit
away from the GOP. When the
T.'emocrats were .meeting .n Chi
cago last week," Eisenhower did
somewhat the same thing, by haul
ing the Democratic leaders hack
to Washington to confer over buez.
And Jike F.OR, Ike doesn't Me
to tire a man who has been loyal.
Take the case of Henry Wallace
But hedid not pose for a photo
with Nixon, as is customary on
an occasion of this Importance,'
and he did not, make the state-:
ment himself. --
The occasion of the Hagerty
statement was after Nixon buried buried-ly
ly buried-ly went to see Eisenhower after
he learned that1 his Campaign
manager and close friend Murraw
Chotiner, could not' escape ap appearing
pearing appearing before a Senate j mvesti mvesti-gating
gating mvesti-gating ..committee, where facts,
would come out sure to hurt Nix Nixon's
on's Nixon's political standing- 1 1
When hie went to. the White
House, T-Jixon took with him; as
aid Henry wauace, a Ust of state
and the way ie was eased .r.st as chairmen who supported him.- It
vice president His situatio was impressed Eisenhower who, though
almost identical with that of Rich- to r-becomo astute at naUonal
a ffivn with ni tmnnrtant .i.'Politics, does not understand state
ceotion, namely, the party bosses,nd ; list
were against wauace. me parry
bosses are behind Nixon.
did hot impress Roosevelt.'.1 He
knew politics from the grass roots
up, and he knew that the political
bosses were down on Henry.
- It's vthe support of. th party
bosses, however,- especially the
Taft Wing of the party which is
Nixon's only real asset. If Chair Chairman
man Chairman Len Hall was not vigorously,
behind him, be would have been!
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER : 1
i i in
t J 1-1 'm.
Shire the Wealth (But Not Our
Own): Just before MM married
the moody ex-Red, she borrowed
five bucks from her aged Sutton
Place doorman because she! had
no money in her nurse for a COD
package. Then, she forgot to pay
the old man even when ne negan
to hint. So now that she's gone,
one of the. tenants passed the hat
to get the fin back, plus interest.
: Paring Burke's Peerage: f "The,
riiilra nf Arrvll hami tn be th sub-1
ject of an American adtertising
campaign to plug "genuine" Ar-
gyu S0X.-WUI oe ouiea as -wona s
Most Famous Hosiery Salesman"
a la Schweppes, but has he got
a beard? . Annie Ross, Princess
Margaret's pal, having troubles
with"Mel Torme since N.Y. model
Ahlene Miles' flew to be. hear the
Velvet Fog in the London fog.
What's New About the New
Look? There's documentary proof
mat, -native American" commu
nists and their organizations (such
as the Daily Worker) are tied up
oniciany witn Russia, i ca prove
that the Soviet Embassy is usini
the subscription list of the Worker
and the membership roles of vari
ous "liberal" fronts to advertise
its new ''cultural"i s magazine
"U.S.S.R." published by the. Rus Russian
sian Russian govt., which some dream-lads
in our State Dept are permitting
the Commies to circulate here on
in "interchange" basis. (How
come the Worker enjoys second
class mailing privileges?) Amer American
ican American Communists always deny un under
der under oath they're agents of a for foreign
eign foreign power, so how did this em embassy
bassy embassy get their sucker lists? -
Hollywood. But I Certamly
Won't; If Mona Freeman has her
way, designer Oleg Cassini won't
be a free man long, and I wonder
whatever happened to Grace Kelly
. Jerrv Lewis's birthday gut to
his longtime record exploiter,
Dominick Fidellbus, was to make
him a film star. Seems Jerry was
looking for a guy to play the part
of a juve delinq in his upcoming
production of "The Reluctant De Delinquent"
linquent" Delinquent" and after casting half of
Hollywood, someone said, "Hey,
how about Dominick? He looks
the part." and so that's how the
boy from Port Chester, N.Y., got
into pictures ... Whenever a
press agent sends me a romance
item, I figure he lifted it from some
other column I hadn't read. But
maybe vou haven't either, so Paul
flrinkman, Jeanne Crams es
tranged, is dating Gia Seals, and
that's nice work even if it's been
Like Sunday in Ph illy: But not
at Sherm Billingsley's Stork which
is one of the few spots brightening
Sabbath eves this Summer with ad
Ceil Chapman fashion-show and
beautiful models, Fred Astaire
dancers and sexy warbling by Ro Roberta
berta Roberta MacDonald, and everything's
so gay; looks just like the old
day? when I was young and
days for real. , ,
Letter From Las Vegas (That's
Dubuque in the Desert): Judy Judy-Garland's
Garland's Judy-Garland's laryngitis cut down her
cite at the Last Frontier. Judy is
despondent over' her throat and
loss ot weight Her contract pro provided
vided provided no serving or waiters on the
finnr diirlno- cerformances. When
one broke the rule, she walked off
the stage Most famous gam gambler
bler gambler of "era all is the Sands' Jakie
Friedman (immortalized in "USA
Confidential") whose games, have
THINK PIECE -Your brain
looks like this, according to
impressionist Lynn: Chadwick,
who exhibited The Brain" at
the 1958 "Biennale" In Venice,
Italy. The Englishwoman's
prize-winning Inside the zye"
took top honors at the show.
no limit He's a character who're-1
ii mua me ot me gentlemen gam
uiers oi MissuslDDi itim A-m
. .. Singer Margaret Phelan, mar mar-ned
ned mar-ned and happy while her husband,
Clark Coleman, runs for the As-
avuiuipr, n ......
lt',,i!0tS.e Heat. It's the Sea Sea-son
son Sea-son (The i Silly One): Selene Wal-
ieraiii xummg addiUonal scenes
lor -meaii James" on the Coast
na reiax mg with Thomas Wood
Jr., a PhOly textile tycoon, which
is a word for anyone with the fare
from PhOly to Hollywood .
aeue i uouglas, the red head
uirusn wno would still be a New
York model if I hadn't written
f Vfc has- EurP nd
- uic uinpuiium in issrceioaa
oa nas navarro, the Spanish art
ist, ea-ca and I'm tnn
I suppose it must be so, but any-
"fowraf niu tupped over vik vik-ki
ki vik-ki Dugan, another N.Y. model,
which is today's Sonnv Tuft item
. .' ; and Jess Barker is thinking
IC"...,. jAeny. ; carol,
Today's Mnrtimr Udniin
(This and 90 days fixes a ticket
for drunken driving.) To' William
Parker, the brave and hriill nf- Tab
Angeles Police Chief, who worked
ms way up from pavement pound
ing to Mr. Big of a force that
has become a model for the world.
Before Bill took over, L. A. was
racked with police scandals. He
swept it clean and swept the bums
and hoods out- of town (though he
can't keen them out of the scores
oi maep-oaent municipalities and
ine county territory which cuts
right into the heart of tha mnvl.
Ing city, Parker went to eollege at
mgni, oecame a lawyer and has
several otner degrees.
He's- a forceful aoeakar aiwl U
sure thing to become Mayor or
Governor before he's much older.
His magnificent department con contains
tains contains such fabulous characters as
Jim Hamilton, CO of the hush hush-hush
hush hush-hush Intelligence Unit 'which is
feared by ranesteri all aver th
world. Hamilton's operatives know
more aoout the Mafia than any
police force anywhere. (Cops of
many cities often Dhone L. A. to
find out whit's going on in their
Wisdom of a White Wav Wolf:
When she says that the guy who
answers the phone is only her
brother make her show his birth
certificate. (But thev ean be
In both cases, however.' it Was
known that with an aging unrobust
president re-elected, the chances
were strong that the vice presi president
dent president would end up ss President.
feared bv those around
Roosevelt as today with Nixon overboard long ago,
that Henry Wallace. wouia dc a
draff" ta the ticket. -',-.' M or the real fact ts that some
Roosevelt however, aian t. warn oi uie iun ciosesi io me are uo
i-n -him thi lust as ike ciaeaiv aown on n.Kon.. anerman
hasn't wanted to tell' Nixon. He Adams,1 the real powerhouse at
rfpWatpd the lob to two memners me wnne Mouse, scarcely gpeaxs
nf hi. nffirial family Secretary ofito him. Milton Eisenhower, the
the Interior Ices and Judge Sam
Rosenman, the same Rosenmin
who was braintrustlng for Averelli
Harriman in Chicago.
They figured that wauace, wno
once remarked, "I'd like to sit
under a tree and study pnuoso-
President's brother, considers him.,
a dangerous drag on the ticket.
They are the Harold Ickes and
the Sam Rosenmans of Eisen-'
bower's administration and they
are the backstage figures who
helped Inspire Harold Stassen's
phy would be easy to pry out of dump Dick movement.
fh nrecidpnev. but when they h '. a -i .H''--i :
went to see him, Wallace was I There- is a lot of silent support
Irked, and like Nixon, saia ne ior stassen. jji me vigor wim
would not retire Unless FDR him
self wanted him to. ; ,
h. nnt to tee Kooseveit mm
self. Wallace had been completely
which' Len Hall moved in to stop stop-Stassen
Stassen stop-Stassen and the abject manner
In which Governor Herter folded;,
in the face of the old guard oppo-
loyal to Roosevelt. Unlike Jack siuon has left the boy naroia pier-
Garner he naq never uuacrcuviiy mucn n on uiuu. ue
tt Pretident'ii Brocram on Capi
tol Hill. And like Nixon, he had
thine that can rescue Um is defin
ite word from Ike. And when it
like tc be definite
like to bo definite.
made npprh after speech some of !(.ms to dumning a man who has
them r.n dlsaereeable subjects that been loval to him. Ike just doesn't
the President hunseii dian i warn
to make, supporting the adminis
tration. 1 .-''--v. -: ' s 1 I
Yet FDR knew he would be a
drag on the ticket. He knew this,
but because of wauace s 'oy-.iijMi n.'lJ AM
he didn't warit to ask him tostep Will DUIlQ Ull
aside. Finally, when wauace Him
self brought tne mawer ui,
Roosevelt gave him an answer
.i.net Wontiral with Ike Eisen-
bower's advice to Non "to chart
his'-own course.'' ;"---,-'- J
"If this were a 'peacetime elec election.
tion. election. I'd insist on your being with
m. K ha said. "But I'm a war
president and I cant do that bow.
However, I'll do anything you
think will help." :
And he suggested that he call
Refinery la Syria j
DAMASCUS. Syria, Augv- 31
(UP ) -Czechoslovakia ha s won
out over other western and east eastern
ern eastern competitors for the conces concession
sion concession to build an oil refinery in
Syria, it was reported today., The
report said ft Czech firm wilt
build a refinery to meet Syria's
needs for netroleum,e stlmated
at one million tons a year.
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TTH5 PANAMA AMZTtlCAX "A INDEPENDENT DAILY KIWSP1PES
By UmttxJ Prttt.
Ex-State Auditor H odge Gets
12-To-15 -Year Term In Prison
SPRINGFIELD. IH.. Auc. 21
com Aiicnei ae Mini Fierre's (UP) -i Deposed State Auditor Or-
um rc a wrtTCWilliam McNamara. who farms north ofc
wXerTlowa, looks oy;r some of the 95 acres of corn he lost
in a tremendous hailstorm. Twenty-four windows in his house
. were broken by fist-size hailstones. Other bail came down in
larger chunks and slabs. Some went through the roof.
first American novel The Aristo-,
crats (Dutton) and Margaret Case!
Harriman'a second 'memoir' Bless
ed are the Debonair (Rinehart)
deal with some form of what might
be catted aristocracy.
As Saint Pierre's title would in indicate,
dicate, indicate, his is the more valid: a
story of an old Burgundian chea chea-teau
teau chea-teau and, its present-day -inhabitants:
the trim, stubborn, and
eminently 'aristocratic Maruis de
Mauburn; his somewhat more
democratic children; Gontran. the
successors Arthus who has made
millions in Turkish industry; Ed
ward, a used-car saiesmau and
ardent devotee of ultra-modern
poetry; Philippe, a reluctant mis
sionary; Daisy, headstrong as her
father and in love with a pseudo-
aristocrat; the twins, Osmond and
FREE-WHEELING GLOBE-BIKER Iestin$ on his bicycle.
Calif ornian Abbot Dugally-takes a breather in. Copenhagen,
Denmark. Dugally, with 87 pounds of luggage, has toured North
and South America and Africa during the past four years, and
is now wheeling through Europe. He began his trek with a cash
outlay of $8.25, but gets along pn donations dropped in the
bike's coin box by folk along the way. .
ville E. Hodge, ashen faced and
complaining ef persecution, drew
a 12-to-l5 year sentence In state
rpison yesterday for a mammoth
looting of the State Treasury.
The sentence imposed by Cir
cuit Judge Clem Smith fell below
the state's demand that Hodge be
locked uo for "the rest .of his life"
for embeizling at least' $637,000 of
the state's money
It also fell short of the 20-year
sentence already i m p o s e d on
Hodge Yf a federal judge for misr
application of federally insured
Despite the comparatively-light
sentence, Hodge's legs buckled
and he wept when it was imposed.
Hodge, who had expected to be
at the Republican convention) in
San Francisco yesterday, stood up
Smith, lecturing the broken do-, Mid he believeu he began to dip
uucal Kingpin, said The losses; into the Treasury in April 1354.
that have come to you, your loss He needed the money for invest-
of the right to vote, sit on a jury, ments, polllics and "because my
ever hold public office I know! expenses were high, he said,
that this is punishment itself. Smith twice ordered recesses
Afterwards, Fitzgerald called
the sentence "severe but not un
wh;n Hodge appeared unable to
go on, but the confessed emDei
reasonable." Coutrakon tried toller was quick to complain when
get Hodge to explain what led him the going jot heavy.
to turn thief and embezzler "and! "You're a. sadistic fellow.
nun one of the most promising' r.rtt. tn tat. it out on me as
you're doing," he said to i-outra-
careers in Illinois politics.
: Hodge clutched at his chest,
slumped, in his chair and com complained
plained complained of "sadistic" cross-xami-nation
as he tried to give an ex
kon. his one-time friend.
Later he protested "I don't know
why you re persecuting me,
George. I've been; under a ter
rible strain..... my mind is not
slow, fumbling voice he 'functioning -as it should."
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Louis-Cesar, who duel with live to hear his sentence in Sangamon
ammunition; an assonraenCHuntv Court with his eyes closed.
of aunts; and Jeanne Dupre. a when he heard it he fell back in
house guest simultaneously loved; his chair and sat there with tears
US Indifferent To Holland!$;Trouble
Says Dutch Foreign Minister Lans
Anif $1 fTTPi Dutch
Foreign Minister J.M.A.H. Luns
said today the United States is not
tr.otlnff Hnllani the WAV a.loval
ally should ba treated. 1
; In an exclusive interview with
the United Press, he said ".we in
Holland feel that the United States
i ... ,;m locc
than indifference yet we are one
of vour most loyal allies in tuu
rone and have always kept1 our
nfwIrnS' and promisesi -even if
sometimes it entailed considerable
sacrifice. -i i r
Luns ticked .off these charged
gainst the United States: t-
Th Unltad State? failura to
react whan Indonesia unilateral unilateral-"
" unilateral-" ly abrogated the Dutch-Indonesian
union and set off a chain
reaction in Asia and tha Middle
East that culminated in j Presi President
dent President Gamal Abdal Nssr's sek
' af tha Sum vCanal.' "i i
Although the United States has
eegotiated aiP agreements with
nther nations, including
West Greraany, she has failed 'to!
give the Dutch JU.U au-nne a xair
deal for air routes in the,- United
diaies. w v- '"Vi
He added that Washington's re
jection of air agreements was all
the harder to understands in view
of the fact that KLM is one of the
largest users of American aircraft
in the world and Holland as a na
tion imports' three times as,-much
as she exports to the United
It Is Understood Luns also made!
the same' points to Secretary of
state John Foster Dulles-in a 30-'
minute conference on Monday.
Luns predicted lit his inter inter-View
View inter-View that If Indonesia were per permitted
mitted permitted to flout International law
without being brought to account
that this unilaarlal action would
that this unilattrlal action would
' again act as a precedent In Asia
and the-Middle East.1'-
He said One of the reasons Hol
land had supported the big three
at the London Conference 'on tne
Suei Canal was because she be believes
lieves believes that concerted international
action Is the best way to deal with
encroachments 1 of international,
by Louis-Cesar, Gontran, and the
Marquis- himself. The Aristocrat
chronicles with loving malice the
Marquis' failure to meet any of
his problems.1 r 1
Mararet Case Harriman. daugh
ter of Frank, Case, the famous
manager of New York's Hotel Al
gonquin, meeting place of what
rni?ht be called the American
counterpart to French aristocracy.
has already delved into the raw
material offered by that institution
to produce The Vicious ClrcK Her
new book is an enlargement of
this theme, wandering from the
Algonquin to Sag Harbor to the
author's days on the editorial board
of "Vanity Fair." in the? 20's and
SO's. Although a thread of a story story-fine
fine story-fine is present, the book consists
mainly of a series of anecdotes
about such aristocrats oi ine ar
tistic and literary professions as
Douglas Fairbanks, Dorothy mar marker,
ker, marker, the Barrymores, Claire Booth
Luce, the New Yorker's Harold
Ross and the like. Ar in Saint
Pierre's novel a feeling of utter
triviality, prevails. wi
The idea of a big-city fugitive
seeking shelter among simple back backwoods
woods backwoods folk has often, inspired nov
elists and screenwriters, usually
as a takeoff for borad humor or
heavy sex. Sam Ross, whose earl
ier book, H Ran All The; way,
established him as somewhat of
aiithnrit on men on tne run,
treats the theme with understand
ing and sympathy in a new novei,
The Tight Corner;
' horn Tnmmv Ben
former boxing champion turned
gamblert shill-s in New Orleans
when he becomes more, or less
;nnnnti imnlicated in a mur
der. Adani and Jo Vallout, a;"Ca
inn" brother and sister who oper
ate a shrimp boat between the
Mississippi tielta, ant the. Gulf of,
Mexico, are ,the, slmpl- folk., who
help him in his uigm irom. u
police and the men guilty of the
in his eves.
Two bailiffs led the stumbling,
weeDini oolltician from the court
room. He was to be taken to the
state penitentiary at Menard, in.,
to begin sering his sentence.
The 52-year-old ex-auditor, who
had dreamed of winning iis way
to the governor's mdislon, will be
eligible for parole in seven years
and three months.
State's Attorney George Coutra Coutrakon
kon Coutrakon had demanded a 30-ytar sen sentence,
tence, sentence, Ao punish Hodge for a huge
phony check-writing binge estima estimated
ted estimated at more than one million dol dollars,
Smith sentenced Hodge on 46 in-
intmont ch charging emDex-
zlement, forgery and commence
game and on two more charging
rnnsDlracv to defraud the state.
s Hodge got one to 10 years : on
each confidence game count, 1-M
on each forgery count and 12 to
15 on each embbezzlement count.
He also drew one to 5 year terms
on each conspiracy indictment.
All the terms are to run. con concurrently,
currently, concurrently, adding ui tsj "-15
year sentence.' r A
Although Hodge is under a 10 10-year
year 10-year federal sentence, a judge has
said 10 years of that term may
be knocked off If the onetime play playboy
boy playboy politician gives up every cent
of his assets in restitution. Hodge
has promised to do so ;
The decision on wneuier uie im-
...i .ni ttttK terms will run con
currently is up to Attorney Gen Genera.
era. Genera. Hrebert BrowneD. U. 5. At Attorney
torney Attorney Robert Tieken refused to
comment in Chicago 0m whether
the state sentence satisfies him.
that Hodge deserved no mejc y be because
cause because "His was one of the most
serious crimes that can be com committed'
mitted' committed' under the, .laws ( of IW-
. ... .. I. ., L.. ..... V -' ,-.
Hodge'a-lawyer. Xrthur Fitzger-
8 th.t 'l m not ask-l
ing for mercyI am asking for
justice. To impose i on to
fence asked by the state'a attor-
ney would be inhuman.
! TRUNKFUL" OF GREETINGS Living symbol of the GOP
i nearly bowls over Gov. Fred Hall as Kansas' chief executive
arrives In Liberal, Kan., to attend a GOP rallyt - ,-.
TI:a OIIIY llzn-Zlz? tllzlu to
: L W kj mmZ2j(L Oa Li
Cenvcr.lsnt csitnscSisn via Cusst
La -i 1 i -..ia..J aJ! LJ
, '.;.' -'v. "..''
; JJ ly
' Cstawey 19 ell t:rtLtsl U. I. A,
w u '. Twice a weak from Mexico dry to
WlndsorDelro and the Midwest
at Bl St. 1 Can pre jo, Castilla del Oro Build., across the.
. : Hotel El Panama TeL 3-1057.
The exciting story of the-chase
through the little-known delta coun
try develops side oy siae wim n
unusually tender and effective love
Dim t hnwever. Is nottontent
merely to recount the actions of
his characters. He tries to give
the reader an understanding ot
the things that turned Tommy from
champion to cheap crooa, anu u
motives driving such other char characters
acters characters as Steve Merrick,vthe card
sharp; willy 'Clay, tne gun-craiy
iri and vi eannisiers. uie
.ohnfiarv elrl who divides her
loyally oetween oive uu nj,
During the years since' eareers
for women became an accede"
fact there has been a spirited
debate as to whether the feminine
Mo.i iir.iiiii be sucecss or mar-
riage. Not very much has been
said about, the plight of girls who
don't have mucn nope m.
In The Cost of Living, (St. Mar
tin's Press) Katmeen rarreu ia
. i:k.k.rtl Innk at. the prob-
r turn oirl on their own in
a big city Alexandra, i us
artist who, in her artist who, m
her late 20's. is about ready to en-.
.. . i ahena
courage "anytning mam
and primeval in purpose,
..i.na nuhlie stenographer
in her middle 30's who J; about
ready to give up the .1
Although there U a good deal of
auiet desperation tmphcit in Miss
FarrelTa Vtory of the two prl
..-.i. affinat nerennial short-
suuse'o TS u.. u--.
ages oi money anu .-" "--
dling of the maien
Cost of Living anyuung uuv
PiuS : quietly humorous
Utvle and the menu reaisua""-
of her cnaratwia
make UllS novci a u v-
count of an out-of-the-way facet of
Ncwy, Air Force
At High Levels
EL CENTRO, Calif. (UP) -High
altitude f parachute jump
tests to determine physical effects
on chutists are in progress at the
Defense Department's joint para parachute
chute parachute testing grounds.
Cmdr. N. F. Waters, command
ing officer of the naval parachute
unit, said the tests, setting bail
outs at 32,000 feet with 100-second
free falls, are to study a jumper s
tendency to spin dangerously at
high altitudes during the free fall.
Centrifugal force created from
an uncontrolled snin could be
fatal to jumpers if It is strong
enough tn cause runture of blood
vessels. Waters said,
i The tests are beintr conducted bv
the Navy along with the !511th
Test Group of the U.S. Air Force.
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Research Goes On To Try To Solve
Problem Of Why Johnnie Can't Read
For the past teven yean, John-
txen tna ooecii oi exiensivo
atudiei by five dedicated experts
at tha University of Michigan.
They haven't found all the an an-wen,
wen, an-wen, but they've found some and
wilHkeep loonuif tor -xne oners.
One psychiatrist, two neuro neuro-ogiste,
ogiste, neuro-ogiste, a psychologist and a read reading
ing reading expert at the university'! Child
Psychiatric; Service agree that
school children must fall into one
of three reading categories.
The first tin eludes the
"readers," about 90 per cent of all
children. These are the ones that
1 read satisfactorily, but 'some
- alowe than others.
Next come those who can read,
. but either don't or won't.
The last group includes those
who cannot read because of men mental
tal mental Inability f or permanent brain
The middle group is divided into
what the experts call primary and
secondary readers. Primaries
have nervous or physical "barriers.
They appear to be mentally re retarded
tarded retarded when eiven verbal tests.
But their IQ jumps an average of
zi points, sometimes to the su superior''
perior'' superior'' level, when given per performance
formance performance tests.
. -These"-are the Children who
need individual reading guidance
to help them break through their
handicaps. y i
Secondaries usually have an
emotional block. They are poten potentially
tially potentially normal, or above-normal
readers. Their "trouble is often
lack of motivation, stubbornness
or, in quite a few cases; the result
of poor teaching. Children in this
class are often considered for
Some 300 primaries and second secondaries
aries secondaries in the second category have
been studied at the clinic. To the
t p 1 I
experts, these are the "problem"
The goal of their research, they
sy, is to develop methods which
will enable teachers to spot these
"problem readers la the kinder kinder-grten
grten kinder-grten or frstj erade. Once
spotted,' -the .ti.i. ii li v can. be
attacked before the tlidd open hi&
, Then, maybe, Johnny will read.
Cop Quits Force;
Now Does Work
For City's Church
PITTSBURGH OJP How-
ard C. Maxwell says it isn't so
strange that he gave up police
work after 14 years to become
head of church social work
However, Maxwell admits It's
quite a change from his experi experience
ence experience as a former patrolman,
detective and captain of police at
Aharon, Fa., about 60 miles from
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CEVEU3P SHAKPBN617 KMEHS FOK UVWtf IN THE BWi
T .Anl. 41
years trying to get a chance to, SIDF GLANrF's
talk tft thtn Mavwpll I H 1 VI M J
"Now they set up meetings
for me." J
The husky former policeman
presently is director of the De Department
partment Department of Temperance and So Social
cial Social Education operated by the
United Presbyterian Church's
Board of .Christian- Education.
He said the purpose of his job
is to help study the causes of in intemperance,
temperance, intemperance, crime, divorce, labor
unrest, racial prejudice and juve juvenile
nile juvenile delinquency He pointed out
that a policeman learns lot
about such matters.
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GROUP AT EL. PANAMA COCKTAIL pABTY for Municipal Delegates on Friday' night are
left to right; Mrs. George Berman, Mr. Robert Eisenmann,, Presiden: of El Panama Hotel,
;Mrs. Eisenmanu, Mr. George Berman, Mrs, seph Cunningham, and the Mayo of Miami
Beach D. Lee Powell and Mrs. PowelL, The af fair v was a 'get-acqualnted" cocktail party
given by the L! Panama Hotel for the delega tea tp the VI Conference of Municipalities now
In progress In Panama. -,
rnATTiNfl TOGETHER AT THE GOVERNOR'S RECEPTION on Saturday night are left to
. Panama Preddent Elect Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr.; Assistant Secretary of the Army
Georrc H Jtodei'lclL and Governor W. E. Potter. Governor and Mrs. Potter tendered .the to-i
i f oS rec"epttout their residence In honor of the visitors from Wasnington. ; ;
' PRESIDENT "AND MRS.' ARIAS:". ?-;V' in'yrC'y
niVK.RUFFET FOB DELEGATES :t.X,k.-i.'i V
A baffet luncheon wa tendered the delegates .o' th VI
' Inter-American Conference, of Municipalities and their Wives
yesterday by the President of Panama Ricardo Aria sand Mrs.
Mr. Alindro .Rtmon OWtS
Tea For Delegates'. Wivee
Mr' 'Alejandro Hemon wife. 01
the Minister of Government and
T..,ii .nrf ProKidpnt of the Orear
nlzin8 Commiuee mr we muu.v.
' n f rk7& 0flla
-pannes uiiunn.i,,-' -tea
in honor of the wives of dele dele-'
' dele-' k intpr-Amtncan Muc
Ihe tea. highlighted by 'n-
i. -u.. ... hsirl in the &aion
yinii m uw. .woo ,
Paihna and South Patio., ine nul
la t '''e v ?s rpmerpa wun nium-e-.A
imlas. and carnations
Over twa- WmA uesstl"nl'":,:
ing prominent. women of "n"18
i and delegates! wives attended this
affair' ., . ir i ',
Mrs. Gilborto Aria To Si!!""
For Mayor Of SnJun,
' Mrs.'fiiibertO Arjas wiH'etf;
f tsln with a tea in honor ot the
Mayor rof San Juan Mm. ttlwt
I il a r.autier. at her .home
In csm'po Alegre tomorrow from
'! to 7 p.m. 1
Mrs' Rincoo de Gautier is here
'to' attend the VI Conference In In-ter-ApdericanAIinicipaliti.
Mr.'. t;. Robinson '-AM
Mrs! t. J. Roby Co-Hotfos.
Luncheon At OrdnoiKO OHieors
nit pern hoom 1 of the1. Tivoli,
' - Alt ttHKntll7ll tTalt.
Unllia U7BS1 I IM aU.UaLU.VH 0.t
- twg'of one of the loveliest lunch-
- eons of the month when Mrs.,
L, Robinson and Mrs Rohy
were'eo-hostesses for tne regular
me.;tlnV'of tbe wives of Ordnance
of Panama. As the guests arrived
i. k.HottH tnfnrmallv on. the
- fem bung front gallery J tw
guests 01- nonor,
(arrold and Mrs; wiuit V.ciUga-toweri-
were introduce iuby tors.
i.inK u ueii wife of the LbAtt-
CAKlfl' Ordnance Officer, ine
meal ai well AS the
fwral decorations on tne rocianB-j
lar-sbaped taoie arraoniciucuk
roundmg potted lottery pUncs car car-'nprt
'nprt car-'nprt nut ine crimson and gold
" ccheme of .the Oranance coiors.J
J Otherf mtroduced incluued Mrs.
n a Tlarrlfin." cuest ot Mrs. J. "J&-
jsieney: and, Ja. Naneue Pjxop.
fiueSV lull" uie u.u. .
" V(ixON Mrs. D. E. Coldren and
AIrs..C, M. Osborne were welcom welcomed
ed welcomed as -newcomers Jn the group,
Thos6 attending included : Mcs
' .m., T I. llnler. 'Jr -R. N.
r i n J Mc(;intifss. Jr. M. C.
irnlil L W Mueller, h. H. Mat
B j -i. keihert. J H.' Morrison,
- W. O. Harris. C -M-, Shoemaker,
v v. nanipv.'E. W. Tates. E .A
' viorork w. E RichmoniL i w.
Vrankpnburr- J- W:. Carney; E".
- H. iless, and H. Li Chisnonn,
' Nancy Karigor And ' ;!.
- Donna Humphroy Sailing v
Nancv Kariaer. who has
V Wn unpnriin? the summer vaca
,'tiniv in Loa Kioi wilb her parents,
Mr, and Mrs. Lee Kariger "will
- sail Saturday on tne -wisio
Tal ah roiitf tn Marvville. Mis
? Knurl. Miss Karieer is returning to
Matyville to begin her senior yearj
at ortnwest wissoun oiaie w w-lcee
lcee w-lcee where she is majoring in
Miss Donna Jeanne Humphrey,
daughter of Mr. ana sirs. n. iwn iwn-ald.
ald. iwn-ald. Humphrey of New Cristobal,
' i ikn nniiine on the same ship
and will travel with Miss Kariger
. to Maryville. Miss Humphrey was
' graduated from Cristobal H I g b
School in June and will begin her
v freshman year at Northwest Mis Missouri
souri Missouri State College. t
t i Before going to Maryville, Miss
Humphrey and Miss Kariger plan
to visit in Fort Dodge, -Iowa with
Miss Humphrey's .grandmother,
iir .T R Walstrcr.i. and her
Rov L. Humphrey, former Canal
Mr.ind Mrs. Paw Duran of Golt
Heights are celebratmg heur wed
ding anniversary today.
f iekot Sales For
Doctors' Wives' Fashion- Show '.'
nina Wall .
. Tirlcpt sale for the fashion Snow
to bo given by the Doctor s'
Wives" Club are off to ft success
ful start. Proceeds of this show
wliich Will be held on Wednesday
afternoon, Aug. 29 wjll be. use '
which f includes-the Orthojjedic
Ward' Playroom? ? ; : V :"
Thosii' wishing (o purchase tick tickets
ets tickets for this affair may contact
Mrs; W; O. Dougherty ?aiboa
6410. 'For those desiring to play
cards or who plan to make up
groups, table reservations may be
made by calling, Mrs. Cosgrove,
Return From v i iV ?
States Side Trip v J i
' District Attorney, ; Rowland n..
Hazard returned last week from a
business and vacation trip to the
Mrs; Kenneth Booth Gives
Mrs. Charles Lester ot Miami
was guest of honor at a coffee par party
ty party at the home of Mrs. Kenneth
Booth yesterday, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lester are visiting their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and
Mrs. Kicnara Lester ot caiooa.
Balboa Woman's Club Card Croup
To wvo car party
The BaiDoa, woman s euro earn
Grnun'will cive a card oartv on
Thursday at 12:30 n m at the
home of Mrs. Helen Adler, 11-52
CA. inmnn A1aMa (. ImrtneCT
wilt he Mn Kv nanielx
Mpmhpra and their friends 'are
invited to -participate. Entire pro-4
, i 't i i i
ceeas oi me pany wui oe useu ior
the Chios! chanty worit; jReserv jReserv-tions
tions jReserv-tions mav he made bv calllnff
Mrs Adler or Mrs. Kay Darnels
at z8-3-4!w or ZS-J-47H. respeo
Members and suests will meet
at the rear of the Balboa Post
ottice at 12:15 p.m. for transpor
uuosj ana airecuons.
Girl Born To Mr. And Mrs.
Glenn Richard Heath .- '
A dauehter. their- first child.
was born to Mr. and Mrs: Glenn
Richard Heath, of Miami, Flor Florida
ida Florida on Saturday morning. The in infant
fant infant has received tne name Cyn
thia Annette. Mia.. Heath : is the
former Sheila Curling, daughter oi
Me and Mrs. E. B. Curhnif of
ttiaVln HoiuhU '. She attended
hnnl in the Zona where ahe was
reared and was, an instructor for
some time at the Panama Riding
Mr, and Mrs. Heath have made
their home in Miami since July.
Mrs. Curling, tbe baby's maternal
ffT9nnmmnf le m nrpwnr in mis.
mi visiting wnn ner aaugnter ana
Mrs. A.' Lf Wilder Entertains
With Luncheon- And Cards
' I.unrhenn and cards were eniov
ed hv a frmiD of friends of Mrs.
A: L." Wilder at ther residence on
Saturday. Guest of honor were
Mr Inuise ITtteiiureiler and Mrs
Simon Van- youb who. have been
visiting on the jsuimus for th
past, month. . i i
Canasta winner were' Mrs
Fran Taylor, Mrs. R. H. Swaifl,
and Mrs.. F, G. McGUberry.
Bridee winners were Mr. C. W,
Lewis, Mrs. Louise Uttehweiler,
and Mrs. Betty Duncan.
Mr. Walter Miff, ; t' : ;
Visiting Hero-''.11'" 'V"?Ur
- Mr. J. Walter inff,: resident oi
the nivkWin nt Natinnat Panpr and
Type Co,, of Otis McAllister and
Company, is spending a few days
in ranama. Air. iuu wui visii va va-rinim
rinim va-rinim Latin-American countries be
fore returning to the States. )
Leaving Today For V''" )f
-Planning tn leave tnr the their
home In Houston,. Texas today ty
plane are Mrs. Louise Uttenweiler
and her .children,, Freddie and
Cristine. y. ;;;-v ; -''-;-
Tha TlttonaroHnm have heen the
house guests of Captain and Mrs.
J.. P. Johnson of Margarita while
on the Isthmus. : ;
" ' ,-&iiM&ifaimam''"m''i jjp ii'iipajh0asiaaSSg
v Savor Sweet Cherry Season
."' Year Around Jam
SHORT, but sweei that's the -way to describe the sweet cherry:
season. Cap tore its flavor. In Jam for j ear-around enjoyment J
w By GAYNOR MAODOX
, NBA rood and Markets Editor
Birth Announcement f i
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gaff are 'the
parents : of daughter born on
Aug. 19 at the Gorgas Hospital.
The babv will receive the name
IMaribelle Isolds. '
AneeibRalbaa Bridne Wtnnare
Winners of Bridge tournament
at the Tivoli Hotel, on Aug. 20 Mon
day tugntr 1st, Mrs. shirey-Mrs.
A. Pavis; 2nd, Mr. E. Wold-Mr. A.
, ....... .? ('". . ' ',:
From the states of Washington
and Oregon come most of the
Zoeldhelyi; 3rd, Mr. and Mrs. E.
VFW Hospital Committee
Entertain Gorgas Hospital
Patients.- A , f,
' The VFW Auxiliary hospital
committee, enetertamed the pa
tients of Goraas H o s p ita 1 on
Wednesday. Aug. 15 with a Dingo
at the Red Cross Recreation room
The committee was composed of
Sylvia Le Masters. Julia May and
Richard Angstadt, wno naa a
fine time serving lemonade a and
cookies. Prizes consisted of .cigar
ettes ana louei arucies,
Big 'winners were Jose Peres
from Colon wtth five prizes; M M-Set.
Set. M-Set. Joseph JLally from Santiago,
Chile, four prizes: SP3 Alton
Moore of Ft. Gulicki six. prizes
Other winners were Pfc Joseph A
braham, Rodrigo Chsves of Cos
ta Rica. Eerl Adams, SfU Leroy
Massigill, Pvt. 'Andrew Porto, M-
M-2 Roger; HouseU s of the CSS
pawcatuck A0108, and Pfc Rich
ard Robeldo.'; ; 'V; r
5 MAPI RIGHT VZ: ljWnwTZ
LAST LONGER t
Trip To San Bios -Slated
; ; .... .... f
The last reeular-scheduled
trip to the Sah Bias islands, I
F"wu v rcuuucu aio lare, is
slated for Sunday. Only eight
more reservations can be han-1
aiea. , , ,
The National Tourist Tturean
of Panama. under the ausnleea
l-of the USO-JWB Armed Forces!
service center is nearing the
completion yf two months of
sightseeing in, an around Pan-
m.vu j ;
The combined alrnlnne.ln
trip to the San' Mas island la
always a memorable and enjoy-
uic uue. ine atrpiane lands
near Mandlnga and a launch
carries the passengers to differ.
ent islands that form the archi archipelago
pelago archipelago of the San Bias, each Is Island
land Island visited presenting a differ different
ent different aspect of' the Jiff of the Cu Cu-na
na Cu-na tribe.,; , .
' For Information or reservatinn
dial Balboa 4321 from 8:30 a.m.
to 12:30 P.m. and l:3n n.m. to
4:00 p.m: After 4:00, p.m. tele-i
pnune we usu-j wb Balboa
1072. ' , -1
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FORP o LINCOLN .MERCURY
. ENGLISH FORD o FORD TRUCKS
Remember our new phone Panama
sweet cherries enjoyed by hungry
summertime eaters.' Eaten out of
band at breakfast, lunch and din dinner,
ner, dinner, they delight most people dur
ing tneir snon season.
However, to prolong their sea
son, you may want to turn some
into wonderful cherry jam. The
following easy, tested recipe will
ao me irica. , t
;,'- Sweat Cherry Jam .- .,!,
(About II medium glasses,'.
, 5V pounds ism) ... ;
Three and threeiuarters euos
prepared .fruit ( sbout 3 pounds
ripe therries), U cup lemon juice
t z lemons), 7 cups (3 pounds)
sugar, 1 bottle liquid fruit pectin.
rirst. t prepare the fruit: stem1
and pit -about Z pounds, fully ripe
sweet cherries. Chop fine. Meas Measure
ure Measure S cups Into a very large
saucepan. Squeeze the juice from
2 medium-sued lemons. Measure
V cup into 'saucepan with fruit
! Then make the jam? Add sugar
to iruit in saucepan and mix well
Place ever high heat, brine; to a
full, rolling boil, and boil hard
1 minute, stirring contanstally. Re-'
irove from heat and at one stir
in bquid tiuit pectin, v Skim off
foam with raetaf spoon.1 Then ir
and skim by-turns for S minutes
to eoul slightly. To prevent float
ing fruit. Ladle quKkly into jlass-
Cover jam at once -with -inch
hot paraffin, .....
NOTE1: For' t stronger 'cherry
flavor, add a few crushed cherry
pits, during simmering, or add V
teaspoon .afmond extract before
ladling jam. v
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Aug. ?1 (UP) Dr, Albertb-Xas-tro
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tional Party (PAV),- nas oeen ar-
.tested for alleged subversive jutt;-- d nt:uilurai
vities, authorized soufees sai4 to-vP!c,;? V Ftxfj:.
dy '-'-' i On Aucust 18th" President Oso-
Government police j rcMrted y
found some machme guns in
Col. Rafael Carranza Amaya,
former pau. presiaenuai c a n a i-
date, commented in a communquenas Deen one 0f the organizers oi'of complete information on the
that "the police have, started
violent and unwarramea persecu-j
tion against the leaders of the'MA;j Tmlh,
PAC; of which Castro Nunet was;lNeea TOF I rQIfling
i "The methods and procedures of
the Government have reached a
.AWhit niarp it at the margin
of te constitution and in the poli-l
tico-totaliarian line of a Govern Govern-withmit
withmit Govern-withmit leeal base," he
charged. . -:;.V,- 'Ar
SECURITIES IM PANAMA
t Quotations br
ARIAS. HATVSSI ASSOCIATES
Abattoir Naclonal ...... V
Band ridudario .,...
Cemento PananuV ..
Chlrlcana 4a Lecha
Pref. with Corn. .....
Destiladnra Naclonal ...
rinanelfra felmefta j,
Pre! Vitb Coco,
. rinaiwak. 8. A. ;. t
' Prat- with Cam. ......
Pueru y Lua Prat 1 1 1 .s
ruerM Lua Crae.
Hotel J tataramerfcanee. !'
Ci "J da Segaroa .... H
Pan? ,,tft d Aceitos ...
Pan Jiefia da Plbras ... ZZ (
Par'-nefi da ScfuroS ,-. ZS '
Pa 'nefla da Tabaeo .. 10 ,
Teatro Bellavhte ....
Teatro Central ..........
a ,' m 1
FOR SALIj 1955 Coldspot ra ra-frigeiator,
frigeiator, ra-frigeiator, 7.5 cm. ft., 60-eyela, -fraaitr
top, thalvador. Call La La-cM
cM La-cM 3353.
FOR SALE 2 taj bads, twin;
cabintt, dry (pica; afaal-aiiffat;
itatl chiffeniar; child' i chiHen chiHen-iar
iar chiHen-iar china dasat; rcabiat; 3
chain, wickar;. 3 standi, matal;
drasiar, ttaal; 2 electric wall
decks ( 25 cy.; electric fae 12'',
25 cy.; mirror, wall. 13".4.
Phene Bel. 2571.
FOR SALE A-Chinese living room
suits: Call after four 2-2434.
Wanted to Buy!
WANTED. Smooth tires, suit'
able for reconstruction "Racon "Racon-'
' "Racon-' ttructore National," Peru Ave..
Ne. 7, Phone 2-0406.'
' Real Estate
FOR RENT OR SALE: Country
place in Arriijan. 2-story house,
modern' kitchen with stove end
refriiarator. Set up to start chick-
err business Rent $30 monthly;
Call ialbea 2-1317.
a- : ,r .'
Meel In Salvador
SAN SALVADOR. EI Salvador.
Aug. 21 (UP) The ministers of
agriculture of the live central A A-merican
merican A-merican republics and represen representatives
tatives representatives of a number of agricultur
al institutions' will gather here to
observe the 10th anniversary of
the foundation of the society known
as "Friends of the Land," it was
This celebration will last from
August 24th. to 28tb--jPte5ident Os.
ing address in Uie auditorium of
the Compania Salvaaorena del
' A round table discussion of Cen Central.
tral. Central. American agricultural prob problems
lems problems will be addressed by Dr.
Wilson Popoenoe, director of the
Pan American Agricultural School,
tmlA II ;.ah.. .. 4L :
CalUe Cent the National Agri-
l cu(tur8l school "ind-the Saivadore-
Coffee Research Institute.
i Dr. Jose Guiiiermo Trabaniuo
secretary General of the Orgamza
ll0B 0f Central American States.
. ui, round table.
By USCARIB r y
A vacancy for the position of
training officer in the grade of
GS-7 in the Headauarters. USAR
CARIB Civilian Personnel Office
was announced today,
The requirements for this "posi
tion include four years of. experl-l
ence in education or training acti
vities. College work, which includes
courses in education, psychology,
public administration or sociology
may, be substituted for three years
of experience. On year of ccollege
work is equal to nine months of
experience, 5, . -The
training officer will be re
quired to prepare training mate
rials, assist supervisors m uevei uevei-oping
oping uevei-oping employes, and instruct.
Applications should IfTsubmltted
to the Civilian Personnel Office,
Corozal. x.:-: ";::"-,."
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Unites- Stales District Court Far
The District of The Canal Zone
Ernesto Arriola! Plaintiff vs. Bonnie
lee Arriola, Defendant Summons Cam
Na' 4361. CWU Docket 21. Action lor
To the above-named defendant: ?
You are hereby required to apwar and
answer the complaint filed In the above-
entitled action within ninety oays after
the first date of nublication.
tin case of your failure to so appear
ind answer, judgment will be taken
gainst you by default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded la the complaint.
witness the Honorable outline r.
Crower, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of. the Canal Zone
this August 13. MM. ': t
c. t. McternucK,'
. Oerk -s '.
(Seal)- -..: ;'
y sMiis r. aarnssa-
- ,',,-" Depur. Clerk ;4i.,.:. ''.'
To Bonnie Lea Arriola:
The foregolna summons Is served up
on you by publication pursuant to the!
-vder of the Honorable liutnrie r. Crowe,
hidge. United States District Court for
'he Dlntrict of the Canal Zone, dated
upnt 10, 1BSS, and entered and filer!
n this sAion in the office of the Clerk
if ssid United Slates District .Court for
he Division of Balboa, on August 10.
v - C. T. MeCormlck, Jr.
' By s.lioh E. Harrison
FOR SALE:' 1950 Chevrolet
soda: $500. Dr. White, 2-6306.
FOR SALEi 1954 Mercury 4 4-i
i 4-i door sedan', new whitewall tiree
and radio. Real bargain. Leaving
' Isthmus. -Phone Panama 2-1463
(Reuben) front I a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE-,1953 Buicfc Rivie Riviera,
ra, Riviera, -wsw fires, 16,000, miles,
Phone 5-575, hours 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. r
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Suburban Station Wagon $950. $950.-f
f $950.-f hone 2-6364.
WANTED: Expert cook for
small family. Phone 3-1152.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser 21
feat long. Inboard motor, 65-hp.
Willys marina engine with acces accessories,
sories, accessories, plywood hull. Can be seen
at Balboa Yacht Club, name Tore
or phone Mr. Font 2-0740 office
Pope Hopes Cancer
Will Evenlually ;
CASTEL GAKDOLFO, Italy, Au
GUST 21 (UP)- PoDe Piux XII n-
pressed bis hope In a speech made
public today that man eventually
would be able tp "prevent,, reduce
or even suppress cancer."
The head of the Roman Catholic
church gave his views In an ad
dress he made yesterday at a spe special
cial special audience for delegates attend-l
ing the current congress of the
Ita,5a? Je8ue for the struggla
i : n V up ii :
"The evil of cancer in lacj is
everywhere and its frequency is
increasing," the Pope said. "It
shows itself in a thousand forms
and appears to' spring from ex
treme causes, its ultimate cause
still escapes science,
"We cannot think without pain
of the enormous amount of suf
fering which humanity could be
spared if the intimate nature, and
nwAfminrl i noil Dai
of cancer were
Then, after noting that cancer
gains headway because' of igno ignorance
rance ignorance and negligence on the part
of patients and indecision and ibck
i nart of -doctors, the Pope told his
listeners, -which inciuaea ouisianu-
mg cancer specialists:..
. t'We ask God to enlighten your
minds, to stimulate the intuitions
of genius which enable science to
advance. Above all, we ask him
to 'give each one of you the pa patience
tience patience and perserverance in a
work which is often fastidious and
Lasl Verenifo Trip
Comes Up Sunday
The list of a regular series of
veranito (Indian summer) trips,
offered by the National Tourist
Bureau of Panama mrougn me
nsfkiWB Armed Forces SefVice
Center, is rapidly approaching to
end the sight-seeing season,
! Th faro-rprluced ai 1 1 B 1 a n e-
launch trip to the San Bias Is Islands
lands Islands will take place on Sunday
at mut of $15. Room remains
fp only nine, more passengers.
I For information or reservations
cnnrrninif the remaining trip as
well as information aooui uiree
special Labor Day weekend trips
to Costa Rica, the San Bias Islands
and Darien .province, telephone
Balboa 4321 from 8:30 A.m. to, iz:
Oft m and 1 -!U1 n Ttl. tO 4 P.m. Af-
ter 4 v m. dial the ySO JWB, Bal
boa 1072. ,';?;;';,,:
1954 Willys Station Wagon
in good condition. Price
$1,500 v tasy terms; CaU
Eisenmanri, phone 2-4505.
MONEY Is needed tq take care
of labor, purchase CEMENT
for covering the walls of the
Church Of Onr Lady of Fat Fat-Ima
Ima Fat-Ima in construction on 26th
West Street, Chorrillo. t
Please help v Father Gui Guiiiermo
iiermo Guiiiermo Sosa IV in the first
phase of his social-religious
program. Send your alms to
Box 208. Panama. The Bless Bless-sed
sed Bless-sed Mother will repay your
BOX 203 K ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CklSTOAAU CX
FOR SALE: Registered, pedi pedigree
gree pedigree wire-haired Terrier puppies.'
Phone 3672 Rodman. Qtrs. 241 241-A.
A. 241-A. 4 weeks eld.
FOR SALE. Monkeys, Kit Fei-
es, Ofers, ell tame, Collar and
chain broken, M y a a h Birds,
world's best talkers. Many eth
era. Phone 2-3169.
FOR SALE: Four 16 mm. Vic Victor
tor Victor projectors, 60 cycle with
speakers. Also two tape record record-.
. record-. era, Soundmirror Magnetic, 60 60-v
v 60-v cycle. May be inspected and bids :
obtained at U.S. Embaaay, Ad Ad-)
) Ad-) ministrative Section, between
hours 8- to : 1 0 a.m., until Aa Aa-gutt
gutt Aa-gutt 25th
PRICES-Household and office
, equipment, all metal furniture:
dressers,': chest of drawers; but-'
fats; dining tables, each $15;
krge mirrors $5; vanity tables,
side tables, typewriter desks or
typist chairs $12; refrigeratero
$60; fine large 4-bumer and
-oven electric stoves $10; 'Hie
' $8; fine electric' adding ma
chines $150; typewritera $40;
i loudspeakers for big stadiums,
I cable clams and hardware, tele telephones,
phones, telephones, switchboards, relay s, r
, jacks,- cords and plugs, electric
' equipment; portable power--
. chargers, light plants; all types
and sites of radio tubes. No. 90
i 1 Callo Estudiante, ( opposite Na-
tional Institute, near Panama A-
MANDOLINIST? Xr youi
don't mind a daslv of the tin-
usual in your accessories, tbis?
mandolin handbag by Romani!
of Rome, Italy, should be your
dish. The model "plays" a song
on her chamois-leather-bag,'
with the handle serving as the
instrument's neck.' ?
Lolli Makes Bid
To Work On Coco
Solo Hospital :
Denosito Lalll submitted an
apparent low-bid of $2,868 for
the demolition of three frame
ward buildings at Coco Solo
Hospital which were erected for
wartime emergency usev k v
-Bids for. this work were open opened
ed opened by the Panama canal Com
pany yesterday. The project in-
ciuaes alterations xo ine jourwi
of the old ward buildings which
will be used temporarily for stor storage
age storage &nd a small sales area .for
sundries by the Service Center
Bids for the demolition work
were also submitted by Chain
Singh and company, Dillon and
Hickman construction Compa Company,'
ny,' Company,' E. O. Hauke Construction
Company, and isthmian? Con
structors, inc. 1
Coroza! QM V :;
The Property' Disposal Office,
Quartermaster t Section,. .Corozal.
announced this week that sales of
surplus government property jwilJ
be held on Aug. 27 and Sept. 10.
Among the items for sale on
August 27 are a coffee urn With
standv a hand-operated stencil cut
ting machine, several Burrough
and Underwood adding machines,
dressers. Royal and Remington
typewriters, and spare parts, for
gas ranges ana retrigeraiors. y
On SeDtember 10 .items will in
elude several types of laundry e-
qulpment, engine parts and elec electric
tric electric motors.
Both the August 27 and Sept. 10
sales open at s a.m. ai nuuumg
No. 706, Corozal. ; ,.
For further information concern concerning
ing concerning these sales call Corozal 4149.
irn'r". !jit " 1-1 "r" ju-ii'i'ij'i-"-n,ik-g
, t j :
flti ; mm:.
- eemtl--. I
si-'-, ny (. iv
w' v 1 '4
ATTENTION LI Jest beW
ma dare feielshed apertmeata, I
2 badraeaas. bet, cold we tea,
Pkeae Peaaaee 8-4)41.
FOR RENT i Completely f ur ur-eiihsd
eiihsd ur-eiihsd apartment, air-condition-'
ed,- televisiee, $200 monthly. (
Phone 1-2171 Tuesday through
FOR RENT-Uefumishad mod modern
ern modern apartment at Belle Vista. 2
sitting fining roam.
s room,' 2 baths, kitchen.
perch, garage "Aaayansi" ioild ioild-mg
mg ioild-mg en N. Obem'e Street Ne. 23.
Sea Do Castro, Avenue I No. 24.
Phone 2-1616. v
FOR RENT: Unfumlihsd med med-arn
arn med-arn apartment ia exclusive "El
Csngreja" residential district. 2
bedrooms, sitting dining room,
maid's room,'' 2 baths, kitchen,
garage, perch. "Caracas" Build Building,
ing, Building, G Street Ne. 2. See Do Cas Castro,
tro, Castro, Avenue Ne. 24. Phone 2 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment, living-dining
room, 2 bedrooms, stave, re refrigerator.
frigerator. refrigerator. 43rd Street No.' 64.
FOR RENT: Extremely eeel
apartment located en third fleer.
Hes three bedrooms, two princi principal
pal principal bathrooms, dining room, liv living
ing living room, kitchen, 'maid's room
' and bath, laundry, hot and cold
water, cedar dry closets, garage,'
locker room, large basement,
completely Screened and newly
decorated, etc. Rents $150
monthly. Phone Panama 2-0027
FOR RENT Famished 2-bed--
ream apartment, two bathrooms,
etc. 48th Street No.. 27. Phone
2-2504 or 3-6097.
FOR RENT: Twe-badroem fur fur-,
, fur-, nishad apartment. Ave. 6a. Peru
Ne. 38-18. Information Apt.
4TH OF JULY AVE.
I o Air Conditioned
"'.'o Elevator Service
o Maid Service
"-. o Pullman Kitchen
o Hot and Cold Water
o Parking Nearby
CALL 2-21 81
or; visit premise.
To Paul Tillich
FRANKFURT, Germany. Aug.
21 (UP)- The Frankfurt City
Council announced today it had
German-American tenologlan Paul
Tillich on his 70th birthday". The
announcement said the award was
made in New York by German
Ambassador to the United States
Dr.. Heinz, Kjekeler ; -.
: r v .593501;
" '' .' '..'.. .
end ell Frc:'::l'i cl "VC:CCIA m:i2h tDl mUMUM"
FOR RENT Modem furnished
small house j stove and refriger refrigerator,
ator, refrigerator, 2 bedrooms, for North A A-merican
merican A-merican couple without children,
$75 per month, paying light, gae
and telephone bills apart. "F"
Street, El Cengreje. Phone 3 -5640
FOR RENT3-eadreom chalet
in Golf Heights. Rent $125. In Information:,.'
formation:,.' Information:,.' Phone Panama 3-
.5329.:..., ...m; :'4-'
FOR RENT: FumisheeT rooms,
maid'a service, conveniently sit situated.
uated. situated. 11-31 I St. Telephone 2-
WANTED Bilingual secretary.
Agencies Tivoli, Camera do Ca Ca-mercie
mercie Ca-mercie luilding.
Each notice for Inclusion ia this
column should be submitted ia
type-written form and mailed to one
ef the box numbers listed aUih, la
"Social and Otherwise," or deliver
ed y hand to the office. Notices of
meetings crnnot be accepted by
Stamp Club Meet Tonight
Tonight the Caribbean Stamp
Club -will hold a regular meeting
at the Tlvolt Guest House at 7:30
p.m. Since this will be a night on
wnicn stamps are exchanged, any
adult guests are welcome. The Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Stamp Club meets on the
first and third Tuesdays of every
Mayer Of Sen Juan -..
To Lecture Tomorrow." '.''.".?.
Mrs. Fellsa. Rincon de Gautier.
Mayor of San Juan Puerto Rico,
will give a lecture on "W oof n's
Work in Puerto Rico"' tomorrow
at 8 p.m. at the National Institute,
' All members of the Inter-American
Women's Club are Invited to
attend.-, ... t
Cristobal Rainbow Meetinf
' Cristobal Assembly No. 2. Order
of the Rainbow for Girls will have
a regular informal meeting for
business on Thursday, Aug. 23 at
the Cristobal Masonic Temple at
' Miss Patricia Leach, Worthy 'Ad
visor, will preside. This will be
Miss Leach's last meeting as Wor
thy Advisor as she is leaving by
plane Aug. 21 to enter her fresh freshman
man freshman year at the University of Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, in Knoxville. u .
All Eastern Stars and Master
Masons are cordially invited to
attend. Refreshments will be serv
ed in the banquet hall following
Pan-American Festive! Shoros
A meeting of the Pan-American
Festival Chorus will be held on
Thursday, Aug. 23, at T:30 p.m.
at the USO-JWB Building, La Boca
Road, Balboa. All those who have
attended previous meetings
well as perspective new members
are asked to attend as new music
has been obtained and rehearsals
for a concert are to start at once.
Anyone interested, in this type of
music, both residents of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and of the Republic of
Panama, are invited to attend.
- The American Legion Auxiliary
Unit No. 1, will hold their month
ly 'Executive Committee Meeting,
tomorrow, at 7:30 p.m. at the A-
. ,'). 'il : . 1 ill
U v ;.'. I""""1 -;
Cramiich's Santa Ciara Reach
Cetties. Modern cenranieawioa,
maJerate tatee. Pkaae Gaaibee)
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beacb bouse. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Bilbao 1866.
PfilUlPS Ocoonejee Cottegee,
Seeeej Clara. Re 435, elbo,
Pbo-o f snaate 1-1877. Crsoto Crsoto-bol
bol Crsoto-bol 3-1673.
DORESE WAITES SCHOOL OF
DANCING reopening September
' 4th. Reg itt ration August 30th,
3 1st 10:00 to 5:00; Septem.
bar 1st -9:00 to 12:00. Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Club (upstairs). Residence
Manv colleee students are re
turning to colleges and universi universities
ties universities in the United States on the
Panama liner Cristobal which is
scheduled to sail from cnstoDai
on Saturday with 121 passengers
for New York and tnree passen passengers
gers passengers for Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Those booked for Haiti are
Salvatote Alessl, Ercoie usciane
and 'Mrs. Edna Schuiman.
The complete advance pas
senger list for New York follows:
John M. Albright,, Mrs., Doro
thy Andress and son, Miss Ann
Barrick. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Bedarf and two. children; Mr.
and Mrs. Charles A. Behrlnger,
Anel E. Beliz. Mr. and Mrs Wil
liam, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blanche
ard. Miss Susan Blanchard, Mrs.
Blancnard. Mrs. Maoei
Blancnard. Andrew Bleakley Jr.
Mr, and Mrs. Donald J. Bowen,
Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Camp-
ben.. Mrs. Howard campneii,.Mrs.
Nina Carvalal and two cniiaren
Miss Janet L." Crawford, Dr.' and
Mrs. Anthony B. Cucinella, John
P. Dougan and Mr. 'and Mrs.
Daniel Eggleston Jr.,' 'Capt.
and Mrs. Erik J. Eriksen,vMr.
and Mrs. Peter Fa ewell. Charles
C. Fears Jr., Mr. and Mrs. An
tonlo Fernandez, Mrs.i Franklin
A. Flanders, Miss Judith Flan
ders, Mr. and Mrs.- Akken R,
Flinn. Miss Janet Freeman. Dor-
man L. Fulton.. Miss Alice Gal
lant, Mrs., Nettle Gerr, Kermlt L.
oernardt, Roberto O. Gutierres
Roberto S. Outierrez, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Barrel and daughter.
merican Legion Club, Fort Ama
Medical Association Of t
The Isthmian CZ
The 596th meeting of the Medi Medi-ial
ial Medi-ial Association of the Isthmian Ca
nal Zone will be held in Ward 17,
Gorgas Hospital, tonight at 7 p.m.
The following Scientific Program
wm De presented: v ; v: ;m
' 1. Case report. "An Unusual Tu
mor of Soft Tissue," by "Dr. T.
F. Dilday, Gorgas Hospital, Board
of Health Laboratory.
2. "Snake Bite," by Dr.v G. E
Cosgrove, Gorgas Hospital, Board
of Health Laboratory. s
A buffet dinner preceded bv re
fresnment will be served by our
caterer, Mr, Wallace, at 7 p.m,
The regular meeting and Scienti Scientific
fic Scientific Program will follow.
Rummage Sale To fee Held At
Bishop Morris Hall
. A rummage' sale will be held
next Saturday, Aug., 25, in Bishop
Morns tiau at tne t-atnearai oi m.
Luke in Ancon. -.
-The sale will begin about o'
clock Saturday morning and will
continue until all items haVe been
sold. i.. :
Junta Femenlne HoMs
Imoortent Meetinf Tonight
The' Junta Femenma de Benef'. Benef'.-cencia
cencia Benef'.-cencia will hold an ; imoorrant
meeting tonight' at the Pacific
Service Center. The mreting will
; begin at 7:30.,
' (Accumulated) 3. 54C3.CD (Accumulated)
.FOR RENT.- Space1 apprepriato
Hr beauty parlor or: commercial;
at "El Cengreje" oK Ave. Argen-'
tins, "Monterrey' luilding,' Sea f?
Do Castro, Avenue B No. -24.":
Phone 2-1616. v n
FOR RENT: Tweaided eigeV 4
beerd 8"xl2", -9 milaa rfroaa.:
Colon. Me'ebleria Ingiese, Phone 11
334, Apetede 67t Celee. '.;
FOR SALE 1948 Harley De- ..
. vidsee 74". aaerevc1a,''.'S25.:
Phono Mike: Zimmerman at 2-
a 1 1; :!. fx; r:
Mr. and Mrs. Ira; Hawkih, Regi-'
nald M. Hayden Jr.. Steohen A,
Herring, Mrs. Gladys Hines. Mr. r,
ana Mrs. Bert Holmes. Miss
Donna J." Humphrey j and Or
and Mrs. Zzra Hurwitz..-
Miss Norma" Ann JeriksvEdwis :
C. Jones, Miss Nancy L. Kariger.
Miss Anna La Manna, Mr. .and
Mrs.. Peter La Marina Miss' Juc
dith R Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs.
George Lund, John Maduro, Miss
Rita Maduro, Miss Caroline Ma Mason,
son, Mason, Mr., and Mrs. Frank Messl- -na,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J". v
Millard, Charles A. Mockus, Mr.
and Mrs". John Moran, Francts '
J. Moumblow and son, Mrs. Her-'
mine Murray, Miss Mary Mur- ;;
tha, Mrs. Gretel Neumann.: and
Mrs. Sarah J. Phillips..,
Russell E. Pierson, Mrs.' Clara :
Pitcher. Donald Ponder, Miss
Joan Poster, Mrs. Frances iH.
Raynor;Mr. and Mrs. William,
H. Rost and two children, Mr. -and
Mrs. Robert J. Rowland, Eoy
L. Eanker,.Mr.. and Mrs.. Chores
A. .Sausel,; Mrs. Lenore Epees,.
Malcolm Stone, Mr. and Mrs.
James Testa and two children;
Miss Elizabeth C. Yan Geel, m'-m x
Anna -Von Glahn. Mrs. -Rose
Warschaw. Dr. and Mrs. Robert
B. Wnlte and. two children, Juid!
David A.Yerkes. -'
- -rr -, "i
To; Observe Eisfcft
The Gambba Seventh DavAd-
ventlst Church will inaugurate
a new youth center and observe
the church's eighth annlveriaty
with a three-day dedication cer
emony which starts Friday with
a children's ; story hour at .7:15
Activities the next day. will
start with Sabbath School at
9:30 a-m-i divine. : service at U v
a.m. and ; dedication of j the "J;
youthicenter at 5: fa p nk i,v
On Sunday there will be a de-
yotional service between 9 and.-.
10 a.m., followed ,by av. program
by the Dorcas Society and ath-.'.
letlcs. An evangelistic service is
scheduled for 7:15 p.m: to wind
up th tnree-day observance. v ;
So tchmo Armstrong 1
Will Appear With:
1 London; Aug. 21 rup) toUi
Armstrong has been invited 1? so so-pear
pear so-pear as a solo artist with the;
London Symohony Orchestra when,
he returns here in December' to
appear In a film, his manager an announced
nounced announced yesterday. -,
Armstrong will pla a sympBo-, -nic
arrangement of "St. -Lp u 1 1'
Blues" and concert versions of
other popular music .
T.!" AT, AUGrST II. lilt
PANAMA AMERICAN AN IXBETEXDEXT 1 DAILY KTTTSPAJTS
H ;l II
DRAG NIT '"
, A LAWLESS
- and -'
SOc. : : 30c
THE BRAVE AND
" T - with
and MICKEY ROONEY
He's back again with the fury
of the West in
; LONE RANGER
- in Technicolor l.
And Alan Ladd, Edward Q.
Robinson and Joan- Dru in a
picture you can't miss
HELL ON FRISCO BAY
- ; :' -CORN
JACC3Y Ctl tZl
n jThree-Man Junta Set Up In Honduras
Reports Say President Seriously 111
By OSWALD JACOB Y
Written far NEA Servica
"When. I waa born. Pop ut passed out!"
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' HOLLYWOOD --(NEA)-, Wrong
TV Awards: It isn't that there
anything wrong with television
wards. It's Just that TV comedy
writer Seamen .- Jacobs thinks
too many of the 'right people are
getting the wrong" citations,
"I- don't want people to' think
I'nt blasting TV" awards," said Ja Jacobs.
cobs. Jacobs. "I'm alt for them, especi especially
ally especially Vheij I'm in on them, like the
time Ed Wynn won the Peabody
Award back iO I9SQ. In fact, says
Jacob-!, "r'm for- more awards
thasi e lf iw 'so that every everybody,
body, everybody, even Jhe designer, of ..test
patterns, gets appropriate recogni recognition
tion recognition for his own peculiar talent
Jacobs: wit leading up to his
personal nominations for .outstand .outstanding
ing .outstanding performances "during no year
in particular." v.i ... .-.,....
"With fear of contradiction and
malice toward none,'1 Jacobs .want
ed- to vteeommend some' new l v
akirflea ITaka fit Air SfA' r v
RalpJii Edwards for the: debe-
air way ne ciuicne scrapuoui
to his pain-racked bosom.
- Desi Arniz,: for diction. Present Presented
ed Presented by the Cuban Friends Society.1
John Cameron Swayse, for. his
lower hall only. TV has exploit exploited
ed exploited o far only the half you see
'. above, the. desk, .. ; rr; -i
. Bob Hop Intentionally
plugging a picture he wasn't in.
Edgar' Bergen, for making it
quism on "Do You Trust Your
Wife?" ior bp-readers to, follow
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HAVANA, Aug. 21 UF) Po Police
lice Police Chief Brig Rafael. Salas Cani Cani-tp.res.'
tp.res.' Cani-tp.res.' said yesterday police had
founj another cache of arms to be
used in revolutionary movement
against President Fulgencio Ba Batista.
tista. Batista. ,,"
- -Salas said the tache Included a
number of M-l rifles and ammu ammunition
nition ammunition for them.-A number of ar army
my army caps wwe found with the wea wea-pdns
pdns wea-pdns in a house of the Liiyano dis district
trict district of, Havana, where one man
was arrested, Salas said. -T
The prisoner was said to have
Mntlf1i) mmherof the
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revolutionary group known as "26
de Julio." Salas claimed the arms
and caps were Jo have been used
for a revolutionary attack on Ha Havana
vana Havana police during projected
street demonstration In memory of
the death of revolutionary leader
Eduardo Chlbas, who shot and
killed himself before the micro microphones
phones microphones of a local radio station aft after
er after delivering -a- political address.
his dummies' lines when the sound
' Red Skeiton. for hi
faith in and appreciation of Red
Skeiton jokes. w ... v r
1 Edward R. Morrow, for his fur furrow.',
row.', furrow.', i'- '';-,."''
i Mister Magee, for- getting a
higher Trendex rating than, bath bathrooms
rooms bathrooms during his commercialsi
, Pinky Lee, for sitting on mom mommies'
mies' mommies' laps beyond the call of dutv.
Jackie Gleason, for establishing
a new Olympic, record for walk walking
ing walking around kitcheir tabid 'wliUe
Steamed, v :', 4 jfj-.j
Herb Shriner, for. having hand handed
ed handed -over to contestants 1560 of his
sponsor's cigaret cartons without
dropping a sinele filter.
ferry Cemo, simply for "being
a meioaic wutown.
Jimmy Durante.- fnr fii.1 nnfi.
ging efforts to bring back Eddie
jacicson s caicewalk under a dif different
ferent different frosting every week. ;
t Hal March, fcr acting unhap-
piar man a M,ww quattion losar.
,. John Beresford Tipton, TV's
splashiest giveaway kid on "The
Millionaire. for bemi f renewed
by his sponsor for an additional
' Robert Montgomery, for his
terrific make-believe. He makes
believe he doesn't fluff more than
anyone in TV.
- Johnny Carson, for dcliverins
the funniest lines while scratching
Jack Benny, for milking laugh
wita a 63-secona nun iook. This.
the annual award of the Dair-
mans League. v ; .l
Charles Boyer. for the magnif
icently tenacious devotion to his
30-year-old French accent
Hugh 0'?rian, for being Wyatt
Earp, the bravest marshal ever
to face a barrage of blanks.'
Sid Caesar, for removing his
widow's peak without .benefit of
press agent. -;- iv.pini.-
George Cobat, for. hi gentle gentlemanly
manly gentlemanly discontinuance of resting
hit head en Peggy King's. He
discovered it was stunting her
John Daly, for his singular an answers
swers answers to the "What's My Une?'!
panel's double-entendre questions.
Lassie, for being a hit without
even changing her expression just
once. Sort of a quadruped Alan
Ladd. : ;'-
Arthui Godfrey, for- come now,
there, must be SOME reason.
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CITY JUNGLE Overgrowni weeds in a vacant lot in New
York City are being uprooted by sanitation department work workers.
ers. workers. The stalks are actually marijuana, growing wild in tho
Bronx. More than 1500 pounds were destroyed enough to
produce more than one million dollars worth of marijuana
Mauled Photographer Denies
Pushing Diana Dors In Pool
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HOaYWOOD, Aug. 21 (UP) -1
British actress Diana Dors and a
United Press photographer emerg
ed yesterday, tne bruised princi
pals ot wnat probably will go down
in Hollywood swimming pool histo history
ry history as the most celebrated dunking
In years. (,,"'.
Miss Dors and three others land landed
ed landed in the swimming pool of her
Beverly Hills' home Sunday night
while, photogrf pher-Stewart Ssw-4
ycr; landed on his back under a
savage attack by the star's hus hus-bahdDennis
bahdDennis hus-bahdDennis Hamilton,'" a "former
heavy weigfc professional boxer.
Hamilton-accused "-Sawyer ; oi
pushing his wife into the pool "to
get an exlusive picture.". Sawyer
denied the charge, declaring he
was standing some distance away
talking to actor Guy Madison
when Hamilton rushed him. He
was unconscious when rescued
Under California law an attack
by a profwsional pugilist, whether
engiged in boxing at the time or
not,-constitutes grounds for charg charges
es charges of assault with .'a deadly wea weapon.
pon. weapon. ;' ;''':, '..:"; yl '; '"' 'vr
Sawyer suffered a possible bro broken
ken broken nose andnumerous bruises
arid lacerations on his head. Saw
yer said through his wife that his
early plans .were "to get some
rest and see his doctor,";
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Miss Dors reported she was
"pretty sore", yesterday morning.
She said che struck the steps, of
hte pool before hitting the water.
Both Miss Dors -and. -Hamilton
declared they were sorry the inci
dent took ptace but they were po positive
sitive positive that Sawyer pushed the
group standing at the edge of tne
pool. , :
I "If he (Sawyer) chooses to for forget
get forget about it," Hamilton said, "I
shall foreet it. I'm iust terribly
sorry it happened: If he would
like to ring me iirst ana apolo apologize,
gize, apologize, I most certainly will apolo
gize to Dim."
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Both aides vul.
Eaat Saetk Waat
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SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador, T)oth"civihan and military said 1
Aug. a (UP) A three-man mil- support exLcd Liberal party leati leati-itary
itary leati-itary Junta has been set up in irs, stormed the important 'bar
Honduras to maintain order in racks of the San FrantKco rezi'2
the wake of the latest political de-vincnt, in the heart of Tecucigalpar
velpments, official advices from ihe Hoauuian capital. Armj forc forc-the
the forc-the neighboring country said yes-,es loyal to Loiano crashed the i,
terday. 'rising in a few hours, however. ;
The military triumvirate con-;least 30 persons- were report
slsts of Gen. Roque J. Rodriguez,! killed.
Col. rmando Velazquez and Col.l
isiaoro Marunex, the advices said. On Aug. 9, Lozano called
It his assumed the name of the! general elections to be held
rational defense command foroct. 7, for members of National
the maintenance of o r d e r and Constitutional Asmhlv t .Hnnt
ui?t-"' : : -1 i new basic charter. Lozano's tons!
Earlier unofficial but qualified delay in callina the leriinn v.
sources had reported that Hondu- J believed responsible for much of
rm at i nier ni xroTe iimn nwnn
Diaz his suffered a serious heart
attack and had been forced to give
up office, v,
The tame tourcei1 cut
Supreme Court Justice and former
rreswent Manuel Gaivez was run running
ning running the civilian business of the
the political tension.
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Several prominent pers6ns were s
ordered arrested iflTegucigatpt
within the past week. Tbey mclud
ed former Secretary of Education
Juan Miguel Mejia, former City"""
Councilman and newspaperman 1
Moaesio Kooas Aivarado, and two
T,.-rS u w armyinewspapermen, Gustamo 'Acosta
ii UJU"ary ana'Mejia and Serapio Hernandez.
awyerv nowever, was just as
emphatic in denying that he punch punched
ed punched the actress, Hamilton, agent
Louis Schurr and wardrobe de
signer Harry Shoup into the pool.
"I "did not push 'them Into the
pool nor do I remember anything
except both Miss Dors and her
husband attacking me," he said.
"I did not know what was happen happening:
ing: happening: I was standing by the pool
talking- to Guy Madison when all
Sawyer said not only did Hamil Hamilton
ton Hamilton hit him repeatedly but Miss
Dors kicked him in' tho head.
Part of the art of olivine bridee
successfully is the ability to make
careiess piay at the right time
tiarry. Phipps. demonstrated this
principle in a recent game in the
experts' Koom at the Regency
Club in New York. t
i doubled five diamonds with
the North cards, expecting to de defeat
feat defeat this contract and fearing that
we naa aireaoy reacned our limit.
My impression was correct, since
we would nave beaten five dia
monds and shouldnt have made
five hearts, but PhipDg was cer
tainly justified in bidding five
West opened .the seven of
spades, and I out the dummy
down apprehensively. This didn't
look like a favorable Opening lead.
Harry looked at the dummy for
a traction of a second and care
lessly played' the six of spades
trom tne dummy at tne first trick
This was the key play of the hand
They play had to seem careless
and therefore had to be made
quickly, without emphasis and
without -apparent thought. This is
a tough combination.
The East, player stared at the
seven and six of spades, checked
the remaining spades in the dum dummy,
my, dummy, shrugged his shoulders, and
played the five of spades.; This
allowed West to win the first trich
with the seven -of spades v c
Now West was dead as a door
nail. He couldn't prevent South
from discarding a spade on dum dummy's
my's dummy's second high club, after which
the contract of five hearts -was
If, PhinDS had played one of
the higher spades from dummy
at the first trick, East would have
hn fan-ed tn win with the kuig.
East would naturally continue with
tva a nf nHi. and West would
show out. A soade ruff would
jlefoat th contract.
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East should have put up the king
of spades at the first trick in spite
of South's brilliantly cireless play
from the dummy, in my book,
however, Phipps gets the credit
for living East a chance to go
wrong. '' 1 '-
Laiaao, who is 71 years' aid,
was knowa to have suffered
from an advanced case of ettabe-
Strict censorship, prevailing in
Honduras for some time, made
definite vonfirmauoh of Lozano's
tea for a lone time and to havJiyness and resignaUon impossible
adminiitratioa of lnwli.1. (In Washington, sovernment
After he suffered a heart attark ficials said thev har1
last week, two specialists were said no had been "very seriously ill"
te have been summoned from the' in recent days. However, they add add-United
United add-United States, and another from led they did not know the nature
Mexico, the reports said. Tbey, of his illness, and that they had
were reported to have told Loza- no official word that ha had
no that unless he gave up power signed.
immediately and rid himself of the
cares of office he would not live
more than 10 daysi.
The specialists said absolute re
pose wis indispensable and they
recommended that Lorano leave
the country, the reports added.
Lozano In recent weeks had
been under considerable strain due
to mounting political tension in the
On Aug. I, opposition elements, ing.
(A. spokesman for the Honduran
Embassy in Washington said thev
were without vord from Teguei: &
galpa. He added that San Salvador
reports of Lozano's heart attach
and" resignation "might be can-
d.") .... . t
Efforts to communicate direct J?
ly with Tegucigalpa were unavail
Spanish Engineer V
Goes' Benek r
'NEW YORK.' Aue. 21 (UP)
A male passenger aboard an
airliner en route to Rome went
berserk today and attempted to
take off his clothes while the
plane cruised 18,000 feet over the
Atlantic Ocean. ......
The Trans-World Alrl i n s
plane, 920 miles out of New
York, turned back after several
men among the nine passengers
subdued the man, identified as
Emilio, Ordonez Urunuela, 38, of
Bilbao, Spain; an agricultural
engineer. He was placed in a
strait jacket by-police waiting
at Idlewild Airport and taken to
a hospital for. mental observa observation.
tion. observation. i ,
The flicrht stewardess said that
Ordonez began altera ately
laughine and crying about two
hours after the plane left New
York, ordofiez refused to answer
her questions, she said, and it it-bout
bout it-bout an hour and a half later
began taking off his clothes.
Pope Innocent XI
Set For Oct. 7
CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy,
Aug. 21 (UP) Pope Pius, XII
yesterday set the ceremony for
beatuTeation of Pope Innocent XI
for Oct. 7.
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NEW YORK; Aug. 21 (UP) Therms an old
Army sayirig 'Never volunteer" -but the. Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Braves can thank a guy who did, Warren Spahn,
for their 2 -game lead in the National League
today. ; . .f-': '?.'.."' :
Certainly no one expected
Spahn to volunteer lor bullpen
duty against Cincinnati :. last
night The veteran left-hander
had beaten Jthe Redlegs, 3-l, on only
ly only 24 hours; .before--nd had
earned V$e,s customary three
v- J' -Spahn
wasn't needed during
' the t!,nt tight innings last
night as Lew Burdette had the
. Redlegs eating out of hts hand :
and appeared, on his way to
his seventh shutout of the sea season
son season with a three-run lead. ;
But.. Cincinnati 5 d ii t f elder
Frank .? Robinson opened the
ninth, with his 30th homer, and
fipahn,; who had volunteered" to
go down to the bullpen,' got up
and started to throw. He step stepped
ped stepped up the tempo when Bobi
Thurman walked but then Bur
dette appeared to be out of the
woods when Ted Kluszewski hit
Into a double play.
When Wally Post followed
wklth a single, manager Fred
Haney gave Spahn the nod and
trie 35-year-old left hander
strolled in to get Ed Bailey on
ajgrounder, that, ended the
game and preserved Burdette's
3il triumph. v
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BAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 21 21-foP)
foP) 21-foP) The San Francisco Forty
Njners stunned the world cham
pion Cleveland Browns Sunday
afternoon, by winning their ex exhibition
hibition exhibition opener 28 to 17. Some
3000 fans in Kezar Stadium
saw coach. Frankie Alberts
caching debut turn into a rous rousing
ing rousing success and they cheered
tl return to form of Hugh Mc-.
EJJicnny who scored a touch touch-ddwn
ddwn touch-ddwn on an 80-yard run."-..
Ban Francisco displaced a
iron defense as well 'as pow
erful, offense, ,. Tive' 'Forty nlners
allowed the Browns only one
tnochdown from scrimmage
aM t,ou (The Toe) Groza got
close enough for a field goal at-
tr'npt only oncc.wnicn ne
k irked from the ,34 to1 the lrst
pTiOd. t; -. j. ;?'. v..'
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t::e first period.. ".twice in the
unrnnri and once arain in the fl-
ouarter. Cleveland scored its
two touchdowns in the fourth
MILWAUKEE, Aug. 21-(TTP)
The most handicapped golfer
in the field has won the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Open golf tournament.
Ud Furgol shot a 85 Sunday to
win with a 72-hole total of 265
1 .'.15-under-par.-Furgol not only-played
with withered left
arm, but also never had seen the
course before the tourney bean
last .Thursday,.' On. his first
round. Furgol set a course rec record
ord record of 63.
. Furgol finished four strokes
ahead of Gene Littler, who took
a '66 Sunday for a total of 269.
Jackie Burke who tied Furgol's
scpres in the first two rounds
and led after thi third" round,
wund ud third with 270 after a
73. Bill Casper was fourth with
' frhe victory Is worth $6,000
ard a station wagon for Furgol.
16 is hs first major win since he
tdok the 1954 National Open.
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In bringing in Spahn in re re-lief
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time Haney did so since he be became
came became manager the little Ml-.
waukee skipper actually was
taking a leaf from the book of
C'ncinnati manager Birdie
Tebbetts, who has been using
his starters in ref a good
part of the season.
All In all, it was quite a night
for the Braves, who. increased
their league lead to 2 games
over the Idle second-place Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers and moved 3 games ahead
of the third-place Redjegs.
Burdette, In registering his
16th victory against seven de defeats,
feats, defeats, surpassed his previous
best total in the majors. He gave
up only five hits, the same num
ber the Braves collected off los loser
er loser Brooks Lawrence and Hersh
The victory was also a par particularly
ticularly particularly sweet one for Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee first sacker Joe Ad Ad-eock,
eock, Ad-eock, who ad exchanged hot
words with Tebbetts after last
Saturday's game. -
Adcock slammed his 30th hom homer
er homer over the center field wall In
the sixth lnnlnraiid as t turn.
ed out the blow served only as
Icing on Milwaukee's vietory
Lawrence, also a lfi-eam win.
ner, started on the road to his
seventh loss with two out in the
third inning when Hank Aarnn
drilled a triple down the right
field line and Eddie Mathews
followed. With his 28th homer
jover me ngnt field screen.
,ine victory earned the Braves
an even sDlit in thai fnnr.fma
series with the Redlegs and sent
wicm Daca. 10 Milwaukee today
in high spirits t for ; their day day-night
night day-night twin bill against tha iot.
place Giants. 7;
No other maior leaiw rams
were scheduled last night.
die Mathews of the' Braves.
II-?"; A0-1? h9r pre presented
sented presented the winning ,raargta fa
a J-l win ever the Redleg."'
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"u"w.i uasKetoau. season
' me canal Znnn pi...... ji
t ik. d ii amfnt to be held
1 m B"lb0 Gymnasium starting
on Monday, Aug. 27. All the play play-grounds
grounds play-grounds have entered at least one
team and some spirited competi competition
tion competition is expected in all of the clas classifications.
sifications. classifications. .... .... r
, The A League and E Leagues
have five teams each and will
have to play their preliminary
rounds on Monday, Aug. 27, while
the finals in these two leagues will
be Friday, Aug. 31. In the B and
D. League there, are three teams
entered In each class and these
tournaments will be completed' on
Tuesday, Aug. 28. The C League
with four entries, win complete
their play on Wednesday Ana m
Interested persons, are reminded
uini mere is no admission charge
for these tournaments and every everyone
one everyone is welcome to come and cheer
for the team of their choice,
A League first round games
Margarita vs Ancon. Second
Round games: Cristobal vs Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, and winner of Margarita-An-con
B League first round games:
Bajboa vs. Cristobal. Finals Win
ner Balboa-Cristobal vs Ancon.
C League first round
BBalboa vs Gatun and Gamhn vs
Cristobal." Finals-two winners of
these pames.. ,jS..
B Leagueiirst Ground games:
Balboa vs- Margarita. Finals-Win
ner of Balboa-Margarita vs Cris
tobal. ... T
E League first round games:
Cristobal .vs Ancon. Second Round
games-Winner of Cnstobal-Ancon
vs Salboa ard Gamboa vs Marga-
Price for the
Player, Club g ab r h pet
Aaron Mu.' 113.443 82 148 .334
Moon, St. L. 114 408 71 133 .326
Muslal, St. L. 118 450 63 142 .316
Sc'dienst, N.Y. SO 328 38 102 .311
Virdon, Pitt. 119 427 59 132 .309
Mantle. N.Y. 114 417 104 151 .362
Williams, Bos. 99 281 48 97 .345
Maxwell. Det. 105 365 72 122 .334
Vernon, Bos. 93 316 54 101 k. 320
Kuenn. Det 109 429 65 139 .324
Mantle, Yanks ....v.... 42
Snider, Dodgers .....v... 33)
Kluszewski, Redlegs . 3 1
Robinson, Redlegs 30
Adcock, Braves 30
RUNS BAITED IN
Mantle, Yanks ..107
Kaline, Tigers 94
Musial, Cards .... 90
Simpson, Athletics 89
Kluszewski, Redlegs .... 84
'yv. RUNS v --'
Mantle, Yanks ......... 104 v
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 95
Snider, Dodgers ........ 85
Fox, White Sox 85
Yost Senators ; . 82
Aaron,' Braves .-......: 82
Aaron, Braves ;
Kallne, Tigers ;
Fox,; White Sox
maaed on 12 Decisions)
W L Pet
Ford, Yanks ........ 14 4 .778
Pierce. White Sox ...17 5 .773
Newcombe, Dodgers ,19 6 .760
Buhl. Braves 14 5 .737
Haddlx. Phils 11 4 .733
Activities in the Paraiso High
School were highlighted Friday
by the opening of me intramu intramural
ral intramural basketball league which, lea lea-tured
tured lea-tured the Conquistadores five
and Los Dragones quintet In the
local srvmnasium.- This tussle
proved Ideally suited for the oc
casion as both squads Demon Demonstrated
strated Demonstrated unusually fine cage tac
tics in their quest for laurels,
with the conquistadores ekeing
out a 39 to 31 verdict over tneir
rivals. ' '" '
Somethlne which proved unu
sual was the too-Dolnt honors
for the night. Six players scored
elzht noints -apiece, r Ernest
Blades and brother, Lionel, were
the top men for the winners,
while Roman Jimenez, Elvarai-
do Batiste, Alfred Titus and
Ruth win Samuels were the top
men for the losers,
The league's second engage
ment saw the Almendares five
dropping Lbs Caribeftos 49 to 31
The winners went to town early,
reeisterine 18 points for their
first quarter or piay against
their opponent s lour.-The win
was spearheaded by a 22-point
contribution by Mervtn Grant.
Grant played an excellent game
moving to all parts of the court
receiving passes wnich ne used
to great advantage in his mas
sive score.':"' -
Roma Grant's Madrid volley
ball eight spanked the Golon-
drinas playing under the leader leadership
ship leadership of Laura Bailey in the
Girls community League in the
Paraiso gymnasium Friday eve
ning. The winners went out on
a fast start, taking the contest
15 to io ana 15-9. Tney louna
the opposition tougher during
the late stages of the set, but
the early margin was sufficient sufficiently
ly sufficiently substantial to weather the
Three games wer played In
the men's department on the
evening's program with Whirl Whirlpool
pool Whirlpool sinking Salem 15-11, 8-15
and 15-5. This engagement was
followed by the match between
the Braves and the J.C. squad,
which went to the former six
15-12, 11-5 and 15-8 while Far Far-rell's
rell's Far-rell's D.C. boys snanked the Con Con-Uffe
Uffe Con-Uffe Invaders 15-3, 15-5-
Open NifMU tnn JX
Roulafta i Ms A
21 (BUck iA f
Cras Tablo I jW
lir Sarvki 7f
.' AJr-Conditioiw4 ,rt f I
GOOD JOES Joe DiMaggio,
the pin for his son, Joe, Jr, in
Favorites Win Opening Gam
In Panama Cage Loop Playoffs
I By HERBERT MOISE
COI.ON Dividends were small
but the stakes are still high as the
two favorite quintets moved one
leg UP in the final series of the
Panama Basketball League. Cer Cer-veta
veta Cer-veta Balboa and Chesterfield, won
in the opening night doubleheaderi
and. moved in the right fltfeciop
toward the 1956 championship,.,;
Bajboa had a stubborn opponent
for the first half as Gallito led
midway in that period only to fal falter
ter falter in the-closing seconds to be be
ta nd 32-30 when .the half time wnis
tie sounded. In,. the second "20,"
Balboa Beet led by Holness, White
and Perez assaulted the Gallito de I
fense and moved away to an easy
64 to 52 final score. This contest
had its brilliant spots as McDo-
nough ume ana ume again n8n;(Juni0r Olympic Swim mlng
uicit me uau iucwpi"t';
the stage for many Balboa scores.
In the night eap, the defending
point ead, came from behind
one-point deficit and went to to
whip the Panama Cigarette outfit
by the same 15-point margin 71-56.
Once aeain. Coach Rodolfo Tom
n fhe Panama Ciearette outfit!
spread' apd deployed his offense in
such a manner that team play De
came the direct result of his ma
ny changes Tom s charges came
on in surges like true champs and
electrified the oveniowea gym
with their' dazzling and brilliant
So much so was Chesterfield's
characteristic play pattern
brought into effect that odly two
of 12 players used scored in- the
double figures. Pomares and Hyacinth-
each with team were the
high pointer on the Chesterfield
side.' Pomares' future in the series
is uncertain as he got his ankle
injured during the closing minutes
of the final period
Rl IC1RFIII ANTICIPATION
rot from Owner Lawrence R. Troiano before being auctioned
off at Saratoga. King Commander was the Steeplechase
Horse of the Year in 1954. Favored to repeat in the, $50,000
Temple Gwathmey at Belmont Park last season, King suf suffered
fered suffered injuries and has betn similarly plagued since.
the old Yankee Cupper, holds
San Francisco. Young Joe's 14.4
Free throws played a most lm lm-Agard,
Agard, lm-Agard, the highly-touted rookie
had 17 chances and hit only four
for Panama while Tom hit six in
six, Sewell two in three, Herts one
in one, Taylor three in three, Noeli
five' in six and Pcltynovich, six ln
seven. As a steam, Panama hiton-
ly 16 free throws in a possible 33
while Chesterfield hU25 in 3i. .-,v
, Agard of Panama .with 20 was
high scorer for the night, , ,,,
Swim Meet Friday1
frit lnn1e f tVisst r4kno1 7onft
rhamnionshiDs will be held Frl
day, Aug. 24. at 9 a.m.- at the
fiamboa Pool. This meet is con-
! junior: Olympic program spon
ed b m hA,v,,ot the Unit,
. QtBtp, T
Conducted under the sanction
of the Metropolitan Association
of the A.A.U. which, has iurisdic
tion over the Canal Zone, the
time made in thjs meet will be
forwarded to the United States
where they will be compared'
with' times from meets in the
The individuals turning In the
fastest times in each event will
be designated as National Jun Junior
ior Junior Olympic Champion for 1956
j .' ' '"' '
In the past years the : canal
Zone swimmers have rated very
high and it is anticipated that
they will do equally as well this
year. Tne puoiic is invited to at
tend this meet and watch the
youngsters put on a fine dem
Kins' Commander seta a car-
HERSHEY, Pa, Ang. 11
(UP) Continued rain posed a
threat today over, the stalled
National Veteran of Foreign
Wars Teener Baseball Tour Tournament
nament Tournament Monday's entire schedule
was washed, out with Whins Whins-boro,
boro, Whins-boro, La, at bat against
Gloucester City, NJ, in tha
top half of the third Inning.
W:nnsboro had a runner on
first and second but no runs
scored by either teasv .
Monday's schedule, to be
Played, today If weather per permitted,
mitted, permitted, called for; a windup ta
the Winnsboro-Gloucester Ci City
ty City game; Hollister, Calif, vs.
Akron, O.; Gastonb, N.C. vs.
Beatrice, Nebr, and Emmetts Emmetts-burgh,
burgh, Emmetts-burgh, la, vs. Mifflintown,
The Canal Zone team was
scheduled to play the winner
of the Emmettsburg-Mif f lin lin-town
town lin-town game on Wednesday.
Luke Easter Slams
2 Homers To Pace
Bisons To Easy Win
NEW YORK, Aug. 21 (UP)
With the rest of the clubs in
tne international League tak
ing a night off, the Rochester
Red Wings and Buffalo Bisons
decided to take things a bit easy
In yesterday's only scheduled
game the last Mace Rlsonx
jumped off to a fast six-run
lead; then, coasted home to an
easy 12-2 victory behind th
strong five-hit pitching of lefty.
r rea uann. Luke Easter slam
mea his 30th and aist hnmpm
wya ai me circuit, ana bui Se
rena contributed one four-bap.
ger to the vlctorv. nene nnen
nit one tor the losers.
The loss rirnnncH tVia tM
wings Into a second place tie
with Miami, 3& games behind
irum running Toronto..
f 1 anf lis TfV Thi r
l"i" I U I IJ
w . 1
I ft Iffin?!'
NEW YORK, Aug. 21-(TJP)
Mickey Mantle, faoping to
shake his home run alumn.
goes gunning for No. 43 against
southpaw Herb Score of the
Cleveland Indians toa'ght.
Mantle, who still Is seve,n
games ahead of Babe Ruth's
-record pace, has faled to hit
a home run since Aug. 14 when
he connected for tils 42nd
round-tripper off Mel ParneU
of the Red Sox; -
, The switch-hitting Yankee
center fielder has enjoyed par particular
ticular particular success against the In Indians
dians Indians this season, however. He
has hit n'ne homers off Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland pitchers,, including two
off Score. ..,'..
Milwaukee i ? .,i,;Ab R
O'Connell 2b 4; 0
Logan ss 3 0
Aaron rf ........ 3 1
Mathews 3b ... A 1
H Po A
Adcock lb 3 I
' 4 ;
Rice c . v .v,. 2 0 1
Burdette p . .-. 3 1 0 0
Spahn p ........ 0 0-0
' t- r ...
30 3 5 27 16
Robinson cf .:.
Bailey c . . .;
Grammas 3b ....
a-Jablonski 3b ..
McMillan ss ......
Lawrence p ....
1. 1 n
0 4 4
0 11 0
0 I A
0 2 1
0 1 3
0 0 0
0 0 '1
30 1 5 27 13
a-Struck out for Grammas in
b-Forced base runner lor
Lawience in 8th.
002 001 000 3
000 000 001-1
SUMMARY Errors: Mat Mathews
hews Mathews 2, Adcock, Robinson. Dou Double:
ble: Double: Bailey. Triple: Aaron. Home
run: Mathews, Adcock, Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. Sacrifice: Torre. Double Double-plays;
plays; Double-plays; Mathews-O'Connell-Ad-cock;
Lawrence-Temple. Left on base:
Braves 4,. Redlegs ; 5. Bases on
balls: Burdette 2, Lawrence 3.
S.O.: Burdette 3, Lawrence 4.
Hits off: Burdette 5-8. 2-3, Spahn
0-1-3, Lawrence 3-8, Freeman 1 1-I,
I, 1-I, Runs and earned runs: Bur Burdette
dette Burdette 1-1- Lawrence 3-3. Hit by
pitch: Burdette hit Robinson.
WP: Burdette (16-7). LP: Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence (16-7). '
.482 14' j
St. Louis .
N. Y; at Milwaukee (2-D-N)
Brooklyn at St Louis (N)
P'ttsburgh, at Cincinnati (N)
Philadelphia at Chicago
Milwaukee 002 001 0003 5 I
Cincinnati 000 000 0011 5 O
Burdette (16-7). Snahn anil
Rice, w . .
Lawrence (16-7) FrMman mil
Only game scheduled.
49 Boys And Girls Compete
In Balboa Archery Tourney
Porty-nlne boys and trlrls took
part in tne Baiooa Playground
Archery Tournament that was
One record was broken In the
Boys Inca round when George
Trail scored 720 points to erase
the former standard of 658 held
by. : Wally Kurht of Margarita.
Trail had no misses as he got
all of his 90 arrows Into the tar
get. On two rounds he made a
perfect score, getting ail six of
tne -arrows in tne gold, out or
nis uu arrows, George got 51
Other good scores were made
by Bob Klelhofer in the Junior
American Round with 451 points
and Ricnara Morse in tne Boys
Darien with 505 nolnts.
CompleteTesults- or thr trH
Boys Junior American Round.
16 years and under: 1. Bob Klel Klelhofer
hofer Klelhofer (451 ) : 2. K Joe Reynolds
(395); 3. Barton Scott (240): 4.
Bill Edmondson (93) : &. Bill
Girls Inca, Round, 14 years
and under: 1. Linda Kielhofer
(353): 2. Joan Doherty (294): 3.
Rachael van Dyke s (164): .. 4.
Sheila Reynolds (113)i 5. Cnar-
lene Bishop (69); 8. Beverly
Bowman (68). .. i-,
Boys Inca Round, 14 years and
Under: 1.. George,,: Trail 1720)
(New Canal Zone Playground
Record); 2. Skeeter, Cambyl
4. Harreil Womble (432);. 5. Al Albert
bert Albert White (412); Donnle Bar-
ger (194); 7. Gerie Watson (188);
8. Richard Zlrkman (171);- 9.
Jerry Watson (140). IA
Girls .Darien Round, 12 and
under: 1. Holly Abrahams (126);
2. Frances Yost (123); 3. Betty
Van Dyke (111); 4. Lynn Hatch Hatcher
er Hatcher (104)4 , j
Boys Darien Round, 12' and
under: l. Richard Morse (505);
2. John Cooke. (452); 3. David
Stewart (443); 4. Bo cooke (402);
5. Robert Dunlap (373) ; 4- Steve
McDanlels (319); 7. Gene Fran Fran-heim
heim Fran-heim (293); 8. Mlke WUllams
(270) i 9. Fred Chase (254) r 10.
Bob Wheeler (246); 11. Jimmy
Van Dyke (167); 12. Bob Knox
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Girls San Bias Round, 10 and
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SARATOGA SPRINGS,- N.YJ
Auer. 21 nnuMn.hnft
considered a doubtful starter
today for Saturday's $50,000 Sar-.
atoga Handicap, but trainer Jim
Fitzslmmons denied rennrtjt tha
Miorongnored rnuilonalre will
never -race again.-
i: f'rU- U -r-'h -i-f' fv''
The husky colt Suffered an-r
israay out Dounced back So
fast that FHssimmong' post- v
poned Withdrawing him from
the Saratoga at least until to-:
"If he gets over with It as fast
as it hithim, I might be able to
work him tomorrow and run him
Saturday," Fitzslmmons said.
"But It's a very slim chance...
and I don't want to.do anythin
if I think It will hurt him.'' T
' ; The 82-year-old trainer
then labeled various reports
that Nashua may never racs'
again as "pure guess work."
"Even if Nashua misses Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's race, we'll bring him
back to New York and start
prepplng him for the: Belmont
Park ? meeting," Fitzslmmons
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Drop Him In Well' And
Find lie Makes Noise
By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) At Madi
son Avenue advertising agencies
l these days, the men in toe lignt-
weight gray flannel suits wade in into
to into conference rooms for' product
I croim meetings another way of1
a soap. The agency people thought
of him and called. 'We'd like i
find out Mantle's potential for ad
purposes,' they said. 'We don't
think he has any coior, nut we a
like to meet him and see.' ,
"Mickey cam? in and told them,
tospend MmehA' fef ?fS& totS
Biif InetaaH m dnnn ntf tvniMI uuuav
WUk W Hivfrw E
mti.'i nhnoH "run it lltl th
ad man's phrases ("run it up th.j
cole and see who salutes it": or
"That Oklahoma-typi crack did
mle and see wno saiutes u ; or their cam-
Drop it in the well and see what, They couldnt move
kind of -noise it makes") the boys
sit around and ask each other: -ThinV
Mintl win make it?"
This would seem to place these
gentlemen in the same class with
the subway; strap hanger in the
Bronx, the cab driver in Brook Brooklynor
lynor Brooklynor the farmer at Newton, la.
It Is, however, a little different
in this case. On Madison Avenue,
whether anybody knows a ball
from a strike, Mickey Mantle and
his chase for Babe Ruth's record
is in a class with the martini and
- VMlckxy has the drawing power
to get anybody interested,", Frank
Scott, his agent, explains.
FOR THOSE WHO TAKI base base-toil
toil base-toil via thu nress box. this comes
as a bit of a surprise. For the one
thing Mantle noes not seem w
have is flamboyance. To baseball
It a miiat nackas of
speed and muscle to whom "hello
and. "goodoy praciicauy cubbu cubbu-ture
ture cubbu-ture a fiJbuster. t
But he doesn't strike the Madi Madison
son Madison Avenue set thai way. at an.
...! nf this the monev is roll-
in t rtn which figures to have
everybody connected wiih Mickey
giassy-eyea irom couuhub
"His quietness does It," Scott
points out. "He surprises everybo everybody
dy everybody the way he handles matters
Thy come away from talking to
him and they start saying, 'This is
the typical All-American boy.
"Take one account we went in
on. ;t called for Mickey to endorse
eras out to his house fast enough.
THIS KINO OF STRAIGHT talk
carried over to a cigarette ad.
"I smoke cigarettes," the Mick
said, "sd why shouldn't I endorse
So far M a n 1 1 e's home run
miiia hn needled firm 3 into nut
ting $50,000 into his wallet. Offers
are at a point now wnere uie ui.
job is sifting" them.
"I want to keep them in good
taste," Scott explains. "Y o u've
got to be sure miCKey nas we
time. You can't lost, him up with
stuff to do. He hai to hit those
home runs first. t ?
w sf hid sten blithely into
the screwball category. One west
coast ad agency came up wuu mo
idea of getting Mickey's uniform
after the season, xney uu
cut it up into something like 10,000
pieces and give mall piece of
the flannel away as a premium
with each box of something or Otter-
"I don't own the uniform, Man
tle said. "The Yankees ao. so
the offer was turned down. I
With Mickey Mamie men,
You don't have to spit at people
to become an important "sure.
AH you have to do is hit a home
rUvery now and then. v
Santa Cruz Sports
By GOBEKTO THORNE
The Santa Cruz Ladies' Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary Five Footer Basketball
Leaeue is enioyine tremendous
success at Santa Cruz Gym. So
much so, that, commissioner Pe Pe-terkin
terkin Pe-terkin is thinking of organizing
a volleyball competition with
the same group.
Many people who come In and
see the sheer enjoyment on the
faces of the young men, end up
taking off their shoes and tak taking
ing taking their nlaces on the volleyball
court for the practice sessions
which Jose French supervises
whenever he can find the ath
letes. - :
In Wednesday's competition,
Randolph Campbell dunked in
eleht field eoals for a total Of 18
points is the Santa cruz agie
won their first game of the sea
son. Thursday, Konme- sewe?
nut In 10 points and led Dust
Bowl in a 22-4 victory over Par
, LEAGUE STANDING
. by ...
Aaauminc that Mickey Mantle has finally found himself.', v
tal the Babe's 0. If not this jear, then the nt, or the next
I SaSyffi Ken breaking Jusght him
i ff'justapo not'mor. ia thS
titude. a maturity in wanner, and a seU reliance that becomes
more evident it sthe summer grows longer. u .Wawi
All S i audden, there has been a mad rush tp ret aboarfl
th. Mantle band wigoau I the plication sea
rreat season, but just to be sure I like to wait and ttt u tne
founVman ai do it again the f oUowin, tf j,.
) WllUe Mays of the Giants ii a case in point. He may yet
1 establish htaeelf as the .uper Id41hn?lS
be when he hit drove in UO nin end ba out home
runs In '54. He hit .318, drove in 127 and had 51 home"
- J Excellent but hardly super. This year you i do not find
: his name among the leaders in any "-.."'"J
been moving up in recent days and he does seem to nave a
Xlalr for the atretch run. -
. f i ';'
THE STRIKE ZONE
- The fact is that Mays, rated off hie figures to aate, Is a
far S lrom the towering Giants of basebaU history. ; The to to-nSncv
nSncv to-nSncv of hla nerformance can not be attributed to youth youth-Cns?2lonf
Cns?2lonf youth-Cns?2lonf for at 25 nwst of cur genuine biggies had already
.rwei IVt 'always advisable to wait untU the boys have been
around the 'tScKt least twice before gettlng out .the kingly
robes. i"-. t'i "n almost nosltlve successor
VfK home run nroductlon Remember we are assuming
tHat hi7urrent J74 more closely approximates nu potential
also admit toat the several factors mentioned above could logic logically
ally logically account for-the spectacular tpward surge.
This ia atill another factor. ; and, in the end, It .will, m
" v. wi..ui.a nc in hi attack on the time-
5 6V.l "the" philosophy he brlws to the challenge to
wit- that in order to beat the Intentional pass he njnst awing
i at bad balls; not balls that miss the plate by a wide margin,
1 zi v.n.- thii ... .rf. the atrike cone, vet not so far out-
side that thev can not be reached and hit for distance.
"It you happen to be a dangerous hitter,' says Mantle,
- pitchers Just don't give you baiia you can knock out of the park.
Not on purpose, they don't. They'd be suckers if they did.
"I'm sincere when I say I'm not tiKing dead aim at Ruth's
record. If I hava any personal goal this year it is to lead the
league in hitting. When any kii.d of hit will do you can afford
to wait for your pitch; but I've seen enough to know that the
! home run hitter can't be too choosey.-' ..
On the last road trip Mantie got two homers to the oppo opposite
site opposite field in Washington, each on bad pitches.
Won Lost fct
Front Sauare .. ... 7 1 .875
Church Sauare . v 5 3 .625
Dust Bowl .. .. .. 4 4 .wu
Parallel ., .. .. .3: 5 .375
EaEles .. .,17. .125
' Next Four Games
Front Square vs. Dust Bowl
' parallel vs. Church Square.
Front Sauare vs C h u r c h
ff fP t
C. Holder, F.S. '..... 28 5 81
R. Sealey, D.B. ...... 23 8 52
R. Campbell, E. ...... 23 2 48
L. Evelyn C.S-. ...... 18 6 42
S. Bent. CS. 7. ..... .18 5 41
E, carew, D.B. 17 ,0 34
K. Evelyn, CJ3. ...... 15 3 33
L. DeGracias, FJ5. 14 1 29
E. Cooper, P. 11, 8 28
G.' Jackson, p...;.. .13;; 1 27
! The Intermediate League Is
producing spirited competition
and as a result fans are treated
to closely contested games like
the 59-54 (came which Parallel
wori from Front Square. Wilfred
Warren was high pointer for the
losers with 20 and Leon Headley
scored 22 for the winners.
Dust Bow with JV Bovelt for
leading scorer with 10 point? lost
to B. Seise, 12 points and Los
. i Won Lost Pet.
Parallel .. 3.0 1.000
Church Square .. .. 3 0
GalUtos ,. 1 1
Front Square .. .. 0 2
Dust Bowl ....... 0 3
Next Four Games
Gallitos vs. Church Square.
Dust Bowl vs. Front Square.'
Church Square vs. parallel.
Front Square vs. Gallitos.
BAD BALL HITTERS
Of all the great hitters I'va known and seen, Ted Williams
Is the most fastidious about the strike zone. His reasoning ap appears
pears appears to be that it's up to the pitcher to get the bell over, and
that the net percentage is agamst the hitter who will settle fof
nvthlt1 IPX I-
Incidentally, this attitude has led to much of hia torment
and is responsible, in larg. part, lor nis taa Boston press, mere
is merit in the contention that if runs are needed your big hit hitter
ter hitter should swing at any pitch that is reasonably dose to the
A Joe DiMaggio has said: "If he doesn't drive the runs in
for you, who is?" -
Stan Musial on the same subject: "A good hitter has to go
for bad bails and ha must learn the knack of hitting them. I
find I can get just as much wood on a ball that Is off the plate,
say a couple inches or so, as I ei;n on s ball that is right down
thx middle. So wlrv let It o?" t
In the recent series with th Yan'is here, Williams took a
3-1 pitch with two on and the Red Sox behind by five. An in intrepid
trepid intrepid sports writer, after the. game, asked the Red Sox star
how he justified such conservatism. ... The" pitch was only a
fraction outside. . in a situation of that sort.
"That's a question I don't have to answer," the Great Man
THE WAY EVERYONE
IS TALKING ABOgT
"Has .j r-. in "crJmy
"Positively brilliant per-i
formances. One of the sexiest
nictures ever. .. will be one of
the biggest grossers of the
ibe tieuywooa Keponer.
"...one of the entertain
ment delights of this or any
yearl" . -.-
so. a. senwans,
President RKO Theatres.
"One of the outstanding
films of recent years i"
. :will provide a financial
feast at the boxoince situa
tions of all sizes across the
Motion Picture Daily.
r S..a potent art an J coni
mercial property. The ro romance
mance romance and sex, the exciting
and tender elements, the lden
tlf labia, 'real' people and the
Insight on human values
these must mean long runs
and lots ot loot!"
. taut - iuww I
i i i I n ii i in ) i i i p "' I' n ".
K By TONEY PINNA
Written for NEA Service ....
HITTING the six iron well saves
a lot of strokes on the ercen. :
This is the last of the medium
irons, used from 135 to 145 yards.
It is one with which you should
be able to stick the ball near the
The necessity for a firm grip
cannot be overemphasized, but
this does not mean that you must
clutch the club with a death grip
which binds the wrists.
It is particularly important in
hitting the shorter irons to use a
siow backswing, as well as a de deliberate
liberate deliberate start down to the ball
with the left itm straight.
Play the ball well back of the
center line between the feet. This
makes certain that, with the short
er-shafted club, you will make
contact with the ball before taking
tne aivot: r
fiay tne straight tau with a
slightiy open stance, the right foot
closer to the intended line of
Starting the backswing. mam
tain that straight line of left arm,
hands and clubhead until almost
the belt line hitting zone. Only
then do "you start to cock the
Starting the'd ow n S Wl n g, the
weight shifts smoothly and evenly
to Cie firm left side. ;
" Toney Penna
Daad to, the 1
Hollywood Club Does OK
With Old Fight Formula
By HARRY CRAYSON
NEW YORK NF.Al -1 An invV
tigating committee recommended Bud Taylor to list names t a y'Rlchmond
tk.. : i 1 . 'iHavano
ny Coulon, Kid Williams, Peie
Herman, Joe L y n e li, Jimmy
I Wilde, VlUa, Fidel LaBarba and
that certain California promoters
and managers be barred, but the
Hollywood American Legion Sta Stadium
dium Stadium -remains very much in the
beak busting business. i
Matchmaker Jackl Leonard has
gone back to the old successful
prize fighting formula neighbor
hood and nationality in paring
Art Aragon with Oisoo Andrade
at Wrigley Field in Los Angeles,
Aug. 29. .'v-m .T-i". M -.' :
With' 500,000 people of Mexican
heritage in Los Angeles County,
indications are that this light lightweight
weight lightweight scrap wilr do better than
$150,000 at from $4 to $15. The a a-ficionados
ficionados a-ficionados are wild about it. ;
Despite the scandal dug- up by
Investigator Jim' Cox, California
in more recent years has been
one of only two constructive box boxing
ing boxing states. Talent is developed at
eight small clubs.
Texas contributes even more
with 19 clubs. Every time you look
uo you see a new Mexican fight
er,- and this is due to the fact
that there are 27 clubs. below the
Rio Grande, where, as in Caufor
nia and Texas, promoters are not
hampered sorely by the Interna
tional Boxing Club and television.
The Philippines are again send
ing fighters to this country, ex extending
tending extending the long line started when
Frank Churchill brought on Pan Pan-cho
cho Pan-cho Villa in 1922. The newest is
Larrv Balkan, who claims never
to have been beaten as a Damam.
Bataan is to tackle Katon Ma-
Cias, the Mexican ooay puncner
who Is the National Boxing Asso
riation bantam boss, at tne Holly
wood American Legion Stadium,
myr - .. : . it.
They are ngnung ouring mc
National American wgton Lon Lon-vsntinn
vsntinn Lon-vsntinn in Los Aneeles. so can't
miss filling the joint to tne rani
.... . s .
The winnci will he tne mam
.hnlk nnr of Mario D'Aeata. who
is an Italian and the world; ban bantam
tam bantam champion, in case you haven't
heard. George Parnassus, the vet
eran manager who has me mouse
Macias. is already wheeling and
dealing with Llbero Cecchi, who
speaks for the uauano. rarnassui
wants the fight in Los Angeles.
Cecchi wants plenty of money."
It's refreshing to see someone
paying 'attention to the smaller
fellows. The fly and bantam divi divisions
sions divisions have been so grossly neglect neglected
ed neglected that their champions now have
to be identified.
Had this been true years ago, a
long line of remarkable perform
ers never would nave neen neara
of stlckouts like George Dixon,
rami In mtnH offhand Havana
There were -J retches long ago 50li"bUVf
when the Itantarn ratil omv he.
hind the heavies and lightweights
in general interest. That was es especially
pecially especially true in the early 1920's,
when Joe Lynch was throwing his
one-two and rallying when hurt
in New York. .-.
Promoters have missed the bus
with the little fellows since the ad-
ventVof :'TV.'-f '-i-.' yaaM'tn :
They look bigger than they' are
on the screen and move a lot fast
er than the blokes who come with
the suds salesman these nights.
.4(19 13 'i
73 -.443 17
J :n sen Has More
Than Slow Stuff
To Fool Hitters
CINCINNATI (NEA) -Larry
Hansen lays mai u uie niners
think slow stuff is all he has left,
they'll be fooled. -r-- rt-vi
"The slider now Is one of. my
best pitcr.es." says the former Gv
ant who got off well in hit Nation National
al National League comeback: with the
Reds. "It was a big help in my
first start against the Braves,
mix up my pitches." f r
"When he. had to, he really
poured it on the Brakes," says
Unplre Jocko Conlan." "Maybe be
doesn t throw real barn as much
as he used to,' but when he wants
to he can fire the ball as good as
he ever did."
Chsnip Didn't Start
Golf Until Blind
011 000 000-. 2 5
012 500 40x12 13
Markell, Robert3 (4), Gclger
(4), Donnelly. (7),.RusseU (8) and
Rand;f Hahn and ,r Shcrry LP:
Markell. Hits: Oreen, Serena,
Only .game scheduled.
On The Alleys.
BOWLING LEAGUE TO START
At a meetine held at the nia.
bio Clubhouse it was voted that
the Cosmopolitan Mixed League
competition would start the fir it
Wednesday in September and
would continue with no holds
barred for the next twenty eight
Woody Woodcock announced
that Lou Glud of Glud Agencies
would give an award of $40 to
any bowler scoring 280 or above
and wearing a shirt purchased
through Lou Glud and an award
of a $100 Savings Bond for a
298-299-300 game. The game
must be rolled In the sanctioned
league with a Glud shirt to be
eligible for the prize.
The eight teams with their
CHICAGO (NEA) Charley Bos
well, who won his eighth national
championship for the bund last
month,, is an even more unusual
sports story when you look at his
Boswell, who lost his sight in the
Battle of the Bulge, never took up
golf until after World War U. Yet
he is able to shoot such rounds as
the 42-4S 90, .and all-time record
for a sightless golfer, he fired in
the tournament's .opening round.
Boswell is a former University.
EAST LANSING, Mich. (NEA)-,
Duffy Daugherty expects 83 Mich Michigan
igan Michigan State football piayers when
Terrible Terry McGovern, J o h n- fa'f drills open, Sept. 1.
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, TIVOLI MOTORS
Bill Coffey, (Capt.). Lillian
Gunn, Bill Rogers,, Reggie
acnmn, iea scnmiu
Earl Best, (Capt.), phyliss
Best, Bob Bowen, Marian Bowe n,
IrlBates. (Capt.). BUI Jaml
son, Thelma Camby. Virgil Cam
of Alabama footnau star wno now, oy. Marge tlicks, Bob McQarvey
mays out 01 unmingnam
; Ted Albrltton, (Capt.), Myrtle
Albritton, Jim Cross, Elenor
.Needs one 22a bowler.
Woodv woodcock. (Cant). Dell
Peters, Betty Coleman, Swede
nelson, narry luurop
, PEPSI COLA
nenrra Rtlvlv. fCant ). Wllma
Riiey, bod Toiana, traiue 10
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Lowanae, Harry comert.
. 1 7 7 7 !''
Al Minor,' (Capt.), Llzabeth
Buxton. Buck Buxton. Hank
R&rhe Tfav Rftrhee. ... ..
There will be one more meet meet-Inor
Inor meet-Inor of all officers and the team
cantalns tomorrow upstairs in
the Diablo Clubhouse at 7:30
P m. it is Important that an cap
tains be there.
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anamanian Diplomat Emphasizes
Sovereignty Over Canal Zone
1 ,7 rn n 7
; LONDON; Aug. 21 (UP) Panamanian ambassador Roberto E. Arias said today
that Panama "has not transferred nor has it renounced its sovereignty over the Ca Carnal
rnal Carnal Zone" and the Panama Canal, v. ,.;:,':
-'. In a letter to the Manchester Guardian concerning an article which appeared In
that newspaper last Friday, Arias said "in' regards to the rights of free passage, the
legal status of the Panama' Canal can be said to be identical with that of the Suez
Canal." ' 1 '
"The Panama Canal," he said,
has been built on Panamanian
territory and the Republic of
Panama Is the titular sovereign
of the canal Zone, notwitn
standing the fact that It has
anted to the United States
eertaln rights of use, occupation
fcnd control for specific purposes
lative to maintenance, oper
ation, sanitation and protection!
of the Canai, in wnicn, is a -an
stimulated by treaty, both
' countries have a Joint and vital
' The text of Arias' letter fol
.-lows: V 1
m irrtrtav'a issue of the "Man
Chester Guardian", the leader-
page article on "Control .01 wa waterways"
terways" waterways" refers to the main fea features
tures features of ownership, manage-,
nmt. and international rights
t nassaire for. the Panama ca
nal, and points out that the sys systems
tems systems for running other great
Waterways are of great Interest
during the Suea conference.This
Is particularly true with respect
to tat Manama uanai, ? ?
"Both Sues and Panama must,
.; under the law of treaties, be
operated to conformity with
the pr"nclples of the Conven Convention
tion Convention of Constantinople of 1S8S.
"The Ilay-Bunau-Varilla treaty
f 1903 between. Panama and
the United States establishes In
its article XVUfc-v ; . . :
. .'' 'The canal, when construct construct--
- construct-- td, and the entrances' there to
shall be neutral in perpetuity,
and shall be opened upon ; the
terms provided for by section 1
of the article in of, nd in con conformity
formity conformity with all the stipulations
cj, the treaty entered Into by
the governments of the United
Btates and Great Britain on No November
vember November l&V 1901 :vV i
. '-.f''V. W.'- w J.'". V'.' '
iThe Hay-Pauncefote treaty of
1901 between the United States
ahd Britain marked an end to
.nfflo-American rivalrv over the
building of the Panama canal
and adopted, as a basis for neu neu-.
. neu-. tralisation and freedom of pas
aiire. enualitv Of tariff for all
nations., and equitable tolls and
conditions of transit, the rules
and stipulations substantially
enunciated in the Convention
f Constantinople. ...
w.-vs ti-;, .'
: "This in effect' Incorporated
the spirit of the Convention of
Constantinople in the treaty
concession through the vehicle
of the Hay-Pauncefote treaty to
which It referred explicitly (su
' "In regard to the rights ef
free passage the legal status
Weather Or Not
This weather rMrt, fr the 24
hauls ending t a.m. today, to pre
parts' fcy Ike Mtwroloical and
Hydrrhie Iranch f the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Caanpanyi
Low ........ ;
(max. man) ,.
, T I 0 IS
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22
People con live without otr for
a few minutes, without food for
doys, ond without brains for life."
of the Panama Canal can be
said to be identical with that
of the Sues Canal.
:"ln addition to" the obvious
fact that Suez and Panama are
the two great artificial intero intero-ceanlc
ceanlc intero-ceanlc waterways of capital im
portance to international com
merce, other parallel features
are - : '
"(a) Each Canal ; Is entirely
within the territory of one na nation;
"(b) At the time that these
canals were planned both na nations
tions nations under" whose sovereignty
the canals were to be built lack
ed the means necessary to fH
nance the enterprise or to pro protect
tect protect the waterway;
"(c) Both canals have extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary strategic importance
and have been regarded by ma major
jor major powers as keys to suprema supremacy.
cy. supremacy. "(d) Ownership:
'The following statements
made in the section of the
'Manchester Guardian's' article
relative to ownership are in my
opinion incorrect and cannot be
supported in the light of exist existing
ing existing treaties: -a "-
8 'The United States' owns the
Panama Canal and; its i zonal
strip ten miles wide.
r.Tnis (the l03 treaty) gave
the American government all
sovereign, rights over the Canal
Zone.::.1 j;,. -'.'"' v
".'In fact the canal was to be
built by Americans and run by
America' on American territory.
" The United States remains
the sole master of the Panama
Canal,'' 'the' Manchester Guar Guardian
dian Guardian said.' 51 ;
"Fortunately the sense of
falrness that Is Inherent in the
best Journalistic tradition offers
to those whose interests are ad
versely presented regardless of
whether they are weak or pow-
enui prompt 1 opportunity to
bring forward thei?. Wews,". the
letter stated. y'-,:'..
" 'The Pinama Canal has
been built en Panamanian
territory and Panama is the
t'tular sovereign of the Canal
Zone, notwithstanding the, fact
that it has. ; granted to the
Vnited States certain rights of
use, occupation and control
for specific purposes relative
to maintenance, operation,
sanitation, and protection of
the canal, in wh'ch, as is al also
so also stipulated by treaty, both,
countries hare a joint and vl-.
tal interest. 4
"All of the world has rights
and interests in the world's
great waterways;, and the na nations
tions nations in whose territories these
are bunt have not only correla
He Had Brother
Like Ike's Milton
RIO DE JANEIRO. Auff 21
(UP) President .Juscelino KubiU
chek wished today he had a hmih
er to help him bear the burden of
government, like President Ei
senhower qas.' -1
Explaining why he has vet to
name his personal representa!ve
mission suggested by Eisenhower
at the Panama Conference of A A-merican
merican A-merican Presidents, Kubitschek
"Such problems are more diffin
cult for me I have no brother."
In suggesting a special commis
sion to seek quicker solutions to
lnter-Amerlcan economic, finan financial
cial financial and social problems, Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower anom-ed he -would appoint
his brother Milton a his personal
For Stealing V
ENGLAND, Aug. 21 (UP)-Hugh
MacKell, 37, a laborer, was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced today to six months for
stealing kitchen sink from a
house.'.- -'; '''.' .
Said MacKell: "I just went In
the house to get out of the rain
and picked up jthe sink automati automatically
cally automatically as 1 tame downstairs a a-galn.H
galn.H a-galn.H , s-
tive obligations but also equita equitable
ble equitable rights in the exploitation of
such singular natural resources.
"Panama has recognized the
world's-right of transit..
"In fact the authorization
that Panama has granted to the
United States to exercise certain
powers in the Panama Canal
Zone can be deemed to be vest vested
ed vested as by way of trust, principal
ly- (a) to construct the canal,
which has now been terminat terminated;
ed; terminated; (b). to protect the waterway,
and c) to guarantee the right
of transit to vessels of all na nations
tions nations without distinction of flag;
in the spirit of the Constantino Constantinople
ple Constantinople convention. :
"Panama has not transierrea
nor has it renounced its sover
eignty over the Canal Zone.
"A liberal interpretation or
powers to benefit a trustee is
Hoberto E. Arias,
"Ambassador of Panama."
Brings $10 Fine,
Jail Term In CZ
A domestic fracas involving a
Gamboa couple resulted in a
conviction of battery yesterday
for, Stanley Davis carrington.
35, Panamanian. 1 ; .
Carrington was fined $10 and
also given a 15-day Jail sen sentence,
tence, sentence, the Jail term being sus suspended
pended suspended contingent on his good
The court was told that he
both struck and kicked his wife,
Josephine Glatch Carrington.
who was tne complaining mi-
ness. : t
Nicaragua Is US's Ace-in-Hole If Russia
Demands 7nernof6nozofon Of PanCano
By DOUGLAS LARSEN
WASHINGTON. Aug. 21 (NEA)
If Uncle Sam is forced to lay
the Panama Canal lace up on
the table in the big Internation International
al International Sues poker game, the U.S. will
still hold an ace-in-the-hole.
Russia has indicated It will
demand the Panama Canal be
Included in any United Nations
efforts toward internationaliz internationalizing
ing internationalizing the Suez. ,.-..y .
' And former President Harry
' S. Truman has tossed the Is Issue
sue Issue into the hot pot of U.S.
politics by say'ng flatly that
he thinks the Panama Canal
should be pat under Interna International
tional International controL ;
However, the ace-ln-the-hole
which the VS. has been playing
with finesse ever since before
the canai was dug is the possi possibility
bility possibility of building a better canal
Ever since British Prime
Minister Benjamin -Disraeli
booght 44 per cent ot the stock
of the Suet company in 1175
from the foolish, spendthrift
Khedive ef Egypt, England has
found herself In periodic, dan dan-gerois
gerois dan-gerois game of table-stakes
By comparison, Arte r lea's
game with Panama has been
friendly, penny ante played on
the front porch
But the Nicaragua card has
always made the difference.
Britain never held one like that
Essentially" the' ever present
possibility of a second canal
with Nicaragua eager to have it!
has kept the' ao-or-oie senu.
ment out of negotiations be
tween the V&. and Panama.
This Is not true of relations
between Egypt and England,.
The canal accounts for about
one-third of Panama's total na
tlonal Income. And new terms
of a U.-Panama 1955 agree
ment are now giving that coun
try a mucn larger cut oi income
from canal activities. This is In
addition to the flat fee of $1, $1,-930,000
930,000 $1,-930,000 paid Panama each year
by the VS. f or use of tne territory-
In addition, the "U.S. con construction
struction construction and maintenance of
the canal has given that coun country
try country untold millions of dollars
worth of free public works lm lm-proyements.
proyements. lm-proyements. This Is a dividend
Egypt never got from ttis
In 1903 Panama seceded from
Colombia to get the canal be
cause it anew tne u-s. was sw
Ons Of 4 Czechs
Flight To Freedom
VIENNA, Aug. 21 (UP j pniy
rtie of four Czech refugees who at attempted
tempted attempted tO flee to Austria irriv.
ed safely, the Austrian federal po police
lice police disclosed today. : The.. other
three were shot to death by Com-
uiuuui pouce. ..
The one who succeeded was I I-dentified
dentified I-dentified as Zoltan Csillard, 26, a
technician, who has asked Austrian
authorities -for political asylum.
CsiUard- and his comnaninn
made their break for freedom last
night when they leaped into the," news conference "Dulles wants
Danube River near .the citv of to replace i board which already
Hamburg from a Czech passenegr
ship and attempted to swim to
Austria. They were spotted by
guards on armored pouce boats.
"All Czech passenger ships on
the Danube now are escorted by
armored police boats to open fire
at passengers Jumping into the
river in attempts to reach the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian border," a gend a r m e r i e
When Csillard and his compan
ions Jumped, he told police that
' suddenly a Czech pouce boat got
view ot. us ana opened fire."
, "A hail of bullets swept the war
ter all around me," he said. I'l
swam as fast as I could without
looking left or right
"When I reached Austrian terri territory
tory territory I hid in a forest, as the Czech
police boat was still firing at me."
When the police boat's searchlight-was
switched off, Csillard
sneaked from his hiding place and
surrendered to Austrian authori authorities.
ties. authorities. ".'
" He broke down when told that
his companions had been shot to
death. Their bodies were taken
from the river by Czech police
THIS IS WHAT ONE MAN
ously considering the Nlcara-
The Colombian Congress had
refused to ratify & treaty per permitting
mitting permitting the Panama site con construction.
struction. construction. The continuing possibility of
a Nicaraguan canal was guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed in a 1916 treaty with that
country, giving the U.S. exclusive
permanent proprietary rights
for its construction and .main
. i . . V
A half-dozen detailed surveys
have been made of possible Nid Nid-araguan
araguan Nid-araguan sites.
One. which weiuld Include us
ing 70 miles of Lake Nicaragua,
would mean a cut of about 102
miles. That's twice the length of
the Panama ditch. But It would
shorten the sea distance be between
tween between New York and 8 an Fran
cisco by 400 miles. ;
There are no exact estimates
CZK Will Begin 24fh Year
With Re-Opening Sept 7
The Canal Zone Junior Col.
lege will begin its twenty-fourth
year on Friday, Sept. -7, with
the registration of 'Students,
Dean Roger C. Hackett has an
nounced. The registration will
continue all day, starting at
8:30 a.m.- Registrations may be
made In advance, however, ahd
a considerable number of stu students
dents students have already .registered.
On registration day students
who' have : already completed
their registration and paid their
fees will be referred directly to
their advisers, v who will assist
them in making out their: cla?s
schedules. Other 1 students will
have to complete their -registra
tions before they can be refer
red to their advisers
The first classes will tneet 6n
Monday. Sept, 10. y
The local junior college oi oi-fers
fers oi-fers colleere preparatory and ter
ninal curricula In commercial
work (business administration
and secretarial) liberal arts
and rcience-enslneerinst. Almost
exactly half of Its 688 graduates
have transferred to tolleses and
universities In the United States
and in several forelm countries.
In the United States these
Institutions number well over
one hundred snd include ones
located in every state except
Nevada, Among them re most
of the fttes universities and
many we'l-known nrivate col col-'rKS
'rKS col-'rKS and universities such! a
Harvard. Yle. Massachusetts
Institute oi Teduology, Calif or-
"Let the people
LONDON, Aug. 21 (UPMndia's
V. K. .Krishna Menon rejected
the Dulles Suez plan today and
said "We are back where we
..The Indian chief delegate told
exists with an international board.
This is unacceptable to Egypt."
His flat rejection of the West's
plan laid before the 22-nation Suez
parley yesterday by U.S. Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary John Foster Dulles plunged, the
conference into deadlock. i
It followed close on the heels of
a Soviet throwdown broadcast by
Moscow radio this morning.
.. Moscow denounced the Dulles
plan as "a violation of the sov
rtign rights ef Egypt" and said
It would load to "an aggravation
of the onflict."
Speaking to. a Jampacked news
conference at bis London hotel,
Menon declared The Dulles rro
posals have put us back where we
suited with- au toe consequen.
DAMASCUS, Syria," Aug. 21
(UP) Five Syrians found guil guilty
ty guilty of "spying for Israel".:, were
executed today,, it was reported
here, president Shukri el Ku Ku-watly
watly Ku-watly recently confirmed sen sentences
tences sentences of death. ,j v '
of. the cost ef tht Nicaraguan
project. But with modem engi engineering
neering engineering methods and equip-,
ment it would be a rather sim simple
ple simple job.
' More than a score of bills
have been introduced in Con Congress
gress Congress to authorize the Nicara Nicaraguan
guan Nicaraguan cut-. .... -C:
'-. But the only' time there has
been serious consideration of
such a bill has been when Pan-ama-U.S.
relations, have run in into
to into trouble. r V.J , r-
However, this threat has not
kept the U.S. from granting- a
steady succession of enlightened
reforms in the basic canal A A-ment
ment A-ment between the two countries.
Actually, the Nicaraguan ca canal
nal canal Is far more than a club over
Panama. US. military experts
have long believed that two ca canals
nals canals are vital to America's se security.
curity. security. nia Institute of Technology.
Carnegie Tech, Notre Dame.
Syracuse, Columbia, Bradley,
William and Mary, Stanford,
Duke, Tulane, Miami. Lehigh
Swarthmore. Radcllfte, Smith,
Wellesley, Mount Holyoke. and
Amherst. Many of the former
CZJC students have been grad
uated from these and other in institutions
stitutions institutions and .some have secur secured
ed secured graduate and professional
degrees from them.'
Larger numbers of CZJC grad graduates
uates graduates and former students are
empolyed by the Panama Canal
organization 'In various profes professional,
sional, professional, clerical, and other ca
pacities. Included among them
are the "private secretaries of
the Governor, the Lieutenant
Governor, 'and the Director of
Personnel an economist on the
Executive Planning Staff and a
number of engineers and school
teachers. Several former Gorgas
Hospital doctors and a former
Assistant District Attorney for
the Canal Zone (a young lady)
were also Canal Zone Junior
College students: 1
The Canal Zone Junior Col College
lege College also conducts an Extension
Division (evening and Saturday
morning classes). 'Registration
for the courses to be offered
will take Place from 6:30 to 8:30
p.m., on Thursday. Sept. 20, and
classes will begin on Oct. 1 and
continue until the end Of the
first semester on Jan. 31. A list
of the courses to be offered will
be announced about Sept. IV
know the truth und the
PANAMA, R. P, TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1951
"The crux of the situation now,"
;non added, "is whether we arei
willing to go to war or seek negotia negotiations.'.
! Then, referrine tn M num rival
plan' which he also laid before the
conference yesterday. .Mennn aHrt.
vuiiais.a Diauorm on
wiuca peopie can meet and ne-
Making it clear that as far as
India I concerned there it no
poitibility of compromito bf
twebn the Dullet plan and hit
wn, Menon declared "It it not
a question of degree of differ,
tnea batwtw) Dull' propria If
and our propeiali. They are two
Secretary oTState John Foster.nlted States sponsored proposal
III I a up 1 1 prtAil ILa nn al c. l i .. s
uuiies urged the 22,-nation Suez
conference yesterday to ask a sov
ereign .Egypt to negotiate a treaty
for international control of the wa
terway. If Egypt refused, he said
then individual nations would have
to decide what action to take. j
Dulles renewed ins nrooosal foi
international control before' the
fifth sesiion of the conference as
observers recalled that Britain and
France said they would use forcel
if necessary to compel Egypt to
yield.. . . ;
India's V. K. Krishna Menon
nreceded Dulles as a speaker with
a plan that would give Egypt full
ownership and operation of tne
suez. aiaea ov a consuuauve
group of user nations with mere
advisory ftnetioas.'. j-:
Krishna Menon appealed to uie
Big Three to play the part of "ne
gotiators not dictators'" in the pre
gotiators not dictators in the pre
sent situation, -claiming that Ac
ceptance of the Indian plan "will
avert a crisis.
But Britain and France reject)
ed this peremptorily,
ROME. Aug. 21 (UP) -Rome's
super-courteous city police re received
ceived received Instructions today to 'al 'alter
ter 'alter slightly, the accepted slofstn
that "The tourist Is always
They were told to 1 'discourage"
tourists from cooling their feet
In the city's fountains.
Romans incur $48 lines ior
such t offenses, but foreigners
will be exempted. .
Two Rome newspapers pub
lished pictures of foreign gills
paddling their feet In a fountain
on Saturday and politely, but
nrnuy,. criticized tnem.
'One of the favorite fountains
for the latest feet cooling fad
forms part of the monument to
Italy's unknown soldiers. That
aroused the' Italian press.
Momento sera recalled tnat
up to two years aeo street ur
chins were the culprits but now
it's "gentlemen and blondes,"
Shows: 1:0S 3:00 -5:00
- 7:00 9:00 pjn.
( Tenderness and tears, laughter and kisses, in those fleeting hourV.
r7".r. ,M G M pwenis t T
I I m i ScfM my t J. a StkriiM,
v .- w w Ma
country it tafe" Abraham Uncoln.
Rejects Dulles' Plan
jection was implicit, in Dulles
Egypt's President Garni Abdel
Nasser, who nationalized the Suez
June 26, already has spurned the
original Big Tnree proposal for
international control. He said he
could not accept it "in any cir circumstances."
cumstances." circumstances." s
Soviet Foreign : Minister Dmitri
Shepilov previously warned that
the use of force in the Suez crisis
could lead to world war. His words
were underscored by Krishna Men Menon
on Menon when he said that if Egypt is
forced to accept any dictation the
situation "may be serious." 1
Dulles spoke for 50 minutes, ask.
ing the conferees to approve a U-
for cooperation between Egypt
and other interested nations in
the operation, maintenance and de
veiopment of the canal
Speaking with the full support
of Britain and France, he dropped
!om earlier western proposals the
emand : for "international con-
LONDON, Aug. 21 (UPV Five
American businessman L
ed a poker game when their Dlae
took off from San Francisco yes-
erday still were playing today, 24
hour later.4? v : ;
Even a 40-mimite stopover at
London airport en route to the
Middle East failed to .interrupt
the non-stoD came. The five irath.
erea around an ; airport lounee
table and continued their play.
. When the prane was ready to
continue to Tel Aviv, they scooped
up big stacks of $5, $10 and $20
bills and their cards and moved
back into the aircraft. ,
' Another passenger said none
nao stwipeo piaying "tor a mo
ment" since the takeoff from San
"Hundreds of dollars have chance
ed hands but no one seems to be
losing,", the passenger said. ''The
money just seems to be going
around tne UDie. '. ; i 1
Arrives In Madras
MADRAS, India. Au. 21 (UP)
Chief Justice Earl Warren arriv arrived
ed arrived here today from Bombay for S
two-day visit. -V-;
Mr. Warren. wh6 (s accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by his wife, was received at
the airport bv Rai Amannar, Chief'
justice of. the State of Madras,
and by judges of the hieh court,
senior government officials and A A-merican
merican A-merican consular representatives
The Warrens are guests of the
governor while here.
. ociween meeting ana parting!
ami -John tela
hat K RliMtti and Geof froMcM-Fron UN Plar "Witwtao ttOfT r 0KT t SHMWOOO
mm and Geof froMcM-Fron 0h Plar "Witwfao knlfi" i X0KIIT
trol'' and used the term'
Although there was 'no Imme Immediate
diate Immediate reaction from Cairo, Egyptian
circles here said they were im impressed
pressed impressed by 'the moderation of Dul Dulles'
les' Dulles' approach. :
Invents Old Udy
To Collect Vslfare
; DETROIT,, Aug, 21 (UP) A
former social worker studying to
become a librarian admitted yes yesterday
terday yesterday 1 she invented a "sick old
woman" to collect welfare checks
in a ruse to finance her college edu education.
Eleanor Sizer', 30, was held for
trial on a charge of obtaining mon money
ey money under false pretense She enter
ed.a technical plea of innocent and
was released on 500 pending trial
Miss Sizer, a case worker for
seven, years, said she wanted to
get a master's degree' in library
science but did not have enough
money. ,:v';v .'
. Police said that while she was -a
case worker for the Michigan
State Department of Social Wel Welfare
fare Welfare in March,; 1955, Miss Sizef
. j M1SS S
lives said, Miss Sizerj. submitted
the application for the make-be-heve
widow and made sure by
the address she listed. that sho
would be assigned to investigate
the case. ...
Miss Sizer. admitted to "police
that she was the mythical "Mrs.
Evans;f but in her report describ described
ed described the fictitious old lady as "sui "sui-fering
fering "sui-fering from hardening of the ar arteries,
teries, arteries, malnutrition, chronic pleur pleurisy,
isy, pleurisy, secondary anemia, myocardia,
cholecstitis and various, allergies."
Police estimated that Miss Sizer
received about $2,500 in welfare
funds. "Mrs. Evans" started out
by getting $96 a month.1 But her
condition 'worsened" as -the
months went by and the payments
were hiked to $148 monthly and
finally to $166. .
The deception was exposed when
another social worker went to see
the "Sarah Evans" and found there
was no such person.. :; ,,.Vf
; LONDON, Aug. 21 f UP)-Pr!n-cess
Margaret will celebrate her
26th birthday quietly today In
Scotland, where her slater. Queen
Elizabeth n. is attending the
Edinburgh festival ..
.Although there has been no
official announcement about the
observance, it was assumed that
the princess "will receive gifts
from her royal relatives at a
family luncheon in accordance
with custom, ;