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PANAMA, R. P SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1958
Qlfeted Mlai Byilke
..WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 (UP) President Eisenhower plans to offer Democratic
presidential candidate Adlaj E. Stevenson confidential intelligence briefings on for for-ign
ign for-ign affairs during the campaign, the White House disclosed today.
, White House press secretary E. Hagerty said he expects Mr. Eisenhower will
contact Stevenson next week to make "a formal offer" to provide the foreign affairs
Intelligence summaries. He said Mr. Eisen hower ."has always expected" to offer such
-briefings to Stevenson. ' -s H;;'" tivv,!
In Chicago yesterday, Steven Steven-on
on Steven-on told newsmen he would wel welcome
come welcome an ofler from the Presi President
dent President to share secret intelligence
reports on foreign affairs. Asked
whether the President had of offered
fered offered such reports, Stevenson
. said, "No sir, he has not. I would
welcome such an offer very
.mUCh." :y.". ( :'v'ii X V"
', Former President Truman in
the 1948 and 1952 political cam campaigns
paigns campaigns supplied similar summar summaries
ies summaries to the Republican presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate. Gov. ThomasJE.
Dewey of New York and Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower respectively. ;. ;
Asked how the system would
work this fall, Hagerty said Just
as it had in the past.; J;,;.;;,,:' y
Mf Mr. Stevenson- accepts a
formal offer," he said,,"the in intelligence
telligence intelligence information will he
given Mr. Stevenson by the Cen Central
tral Central Intelligence Agency."
" H said he did not knew who
would transmit the actual data
if t'he offer is accepted, noting
that CIA chief Allen W. Dulles
"is not In the country."
Hsforty Si not diiclote th Una"
f details the report would eon eon-tain.
tain. eon-tain. Ho decline1 specifically "V "V-whether
whether "V-whether the $ gotiatioM,
which Stevenson hod mentioned,
would bo includld. H.erty Mid
the report! would bo completo and
' derails would be worked out.
the f Mwe" the f"diUte
" The t.t behind supplying lueh
4 reports i to keep political candi candidates
dates candidates in th heat of th campaign
frem doinf anything that, might
mbarraif .the govrnmnr, in its.
relations with foreign eonntriov
- y, K-' l'
'' Hagerty read newsmen an ex ex-'
' ex-' change of messages in August
1952, between former President
Truman and Mr. Elsenhower,
who waa then the GOP candi-date,--:v-?;;.j;,
" On Aug. 14. 1952, Mr. Truman
. sent a telegram .to "Dwight D.
Eisenhower" in which he offer offered
ed offered to make arrangements lor
Eisenhower to receive: weekly
CIA summaries on the world sit situation.
uation. situation. He also said he would be
wmost happy" for Mr. Elsenhow Elsenhower
er Elsenhower to attend a cabinet luncheon
the following Tuesday, Aug. 19,
at the White House at which
time Gen. Walter Bedell Smith
then head of : the CIA, would
make a .report on the rforeign
In reply, Mr. litenhewer Mid ho
would "welcome thee report" on
' weekly basil. But h declined th
' White House luncheon Invitation
n around! it Would bo "unwise
and would result in i confusion in
th public mind.:. ." H ai ;.
believed" Vcommunrcation" ? b b-twen
twen b-twen him anj Mr. Truman should-,
be only these known to all theA-
; ricaii I,"'; "i Z'JX "Z i.'
Elsenhower said he wanted to
be free in the J952 campaign to
analyze putallcly the policies and
acts of thei Truman administra administration
tion administration whenever he believed such
action would.be In the '"public
Interest But while declining the
luncheon Invitation, Mr. Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower said he would change his
decision if any "grave emergen
cy" arose. ;
' : .:: (NEA Telephoto)
SUDDEN DEATH A "gaping hole" In a four-dwelling section of a housing project in a sub suburb
urb suburb of Montreal, Que., Canada, shows where two two-story houses Etood before a gasoline
explosion wrecked them. Five people were killed, and three are missing. ;
Ike Lauds Free
At Stamp Issuance Ceremony
WASHINGTON. Sept. 1 (UP)
President Eisenhower declared to today,
day, today, that free American labor is
"the greatest enemy of enslaved
labor in any corner of the earth."
In fact, the President said, A-
m eric as economy anorproductivity,
based on free labor, are the "ter
ror of any who would be our ene
j- Mr. Eisenhower ipoko out in
strong support f American lab labor
or labor during an early morning
Whit House lawn crmony cel celebrating
ebrating celebrating issuanc of a now three three-cent
cent three-cent Labor Day tamp. -T h
stamp will b put on sal in
Camden, N.J.. on Labor Day.
Issuance of the stamp, Mr. Ei
senhower said, is symbolic of the
respect of the nation for : the
"hearts, minds and hands" of lab
or' in developing "all the wealth
of America. He said American
labor is "free' and that it is a
form of life based on human dig
nity with the right to work at a
job, to worship and to think for
the benefit of the entire nation.
Mr. Eisenhower's pre-labor day
remarks were off the cuff, al
though he had notes on small
V ' t !' f f
vm. ..mi c.Jt't and can-
In Pcrdiso Vill
fie Off 2 Hours
Repair work1 to the electrical
distribution system next Tues
day afternoon will require a two two-hour,
hour, two-hour, interruption of electrical
service in a residential section
of Paraiso, it was announced
Tne houses to be affected will
be those in the: "600" area and
the adjacent bachelor quarters.
The service interruption is
scheduled between 1 and 3 pjn.
Casliilo Cells Oil
Pensnofens On CZ
to 'Csl Tcgslhsr t
On the eve of telebratine the
second anniversary of AFSCME
Local 607, president Jose de la
R. Castillo called on all Pana
manian workers in the canal
Zone to ''get together and fipht
for our common goal, the dig dignity
nity dignity of the working man."
Castillo said today that the
union would strengthen its fight
against the provisions of the new
US-RPV Treaty which they feel
are detrimental to their mem membership.'
bership.' membership.' .. K
We will keep on working un until
til until we achieve our alms," Casti Castillo
llo Castillo added. :
No special events will mark
the celebration, except the usual
union activities, the labor leader
not be retained without effort.
"Freedom will be ours if we use
it," he said.
Why is American labor respect respected
ed respected throughout the world? The
President said the answer is that
there are 66 million peome em
ployed, and they enjoys ''highest
The President warned that A'
mencans must vote and do other
things to show they are ready to
carry out their duties as American
citizens "and in so doing make
certain that freedom remains with
us ever stronger, as the years
go on." v ,-'-::
, Labor like all other Americans
wants peace," he said. "It needs
peace. It requ'.res peace. Ijt must
be. ready to work for peace just
as all others ... America is fortun fortunate
ate fortunate in its labor force, which I like
to believe is all of us.
Jlcf:r Pcrdrm IrA
1 j, I.. , 1
SANTA MONICA, Calif.; Sept. 1.
(UP) Mrs. Tita Purdom has fil filed
ed filed a contempt of court plea in
superior court charging British ac actor
tor actor Edmund Purdom has. failed
to make alimony payments, leav leaving
ing leaving her virtually' desitute. v ,!
The former London ballerina and
Purdom were divorced last March
5 after a long court battle. Purdom
at that time agreed to make $1,050
monthly payments forv support Of
nis ex-wile and their two children,
Lillian, 3, and ArinS, 1. - -
The plea filed yesterday charg
ed tne actor was $5,625 In arrears.
Purdom currently is in Europe
and his ex-wife said she had been
threatened with notice of disoos-
session on her West Hollywood a a-partment.
partment. a-partment. A hearing was set for
sept. 14 on the request for a con
2 l!cv Polio Cases
Two new cases of polio regis registered
tered registered in Puerto Armuelles yes yesterday
terday yesterday brought the total up to
seven for that region. A ten-month-old
infant, Omar castre castre-llon
llon castre-llon died, the report said.
60 far, 616 children have been
given Salk vaccine at the chlr chlr-lqul
lqul chlr-lqul Land Company Hospital.
The company donated all of the
vaccine used for the first shots.
The Municipal Council at its
recent session, voted to increase
their appropriations for emer emergency
gency emergency expenses to $1,000, to help
In the purchase of second polio
shots. v v
Citizens are being urged to
take all precaution! possible a-
galnst the spread of the disease
War On .Death Is Declared;
But 480 To Die Over Weekend
CniCAGO, Sept. 1 (CP)
Police waged war on traffic
deaths today at the start of
the nation's last big summer
fling the three-day Labor
The holiday crush began ear early,
ly, early, with the first of millions of
motorists stream ng out of
towns and cities for a final
The National Safety Council
estimated that 480 of these
motorists will die- between t
p.m. Friday and midnight
Monday unless the man be-;
hind the wheel slows down
and cooperate( with the mail
behind the badge. -' v $
Such a toll would be a La Labor
bor Labor Day record-breaker 27
deatha more than the previous
h'gh mark of 453 fatalities In
1951 and 35 more than last
The weatherman bad a more
pleasant prediction. The fore,
cast for most of the nation was
good holiday weather, with
cool air sweeping across the
Red Atom Explosions Responsible
For ifclf Of Ezrilx's Rnnclivity
puiucd a total of around
clear test weapons. ;
This is about three times the
number of Russian tests indivi individually
dually individually reported by the .U.S. and
Th United Stat Ha xplod-
od aout 75 and Great Britain
fiv. So whatever burden of ra radioactivity
dioactivity radioactivity th planet carries as
a result of man mad atomic
explosion, Ruttia U rtponil rtponil-blo
blo rtponil-blo for about half It.-
The latest Soviet announcement
Indicates that the Russina.s having
tested multimegaton "s u p e r-
bomb$, are now emphasizing de
velopment of tactical atomic wea
nons for battlefield nse and per
haps "small" hydrogen warheads
for delivery by iet bomber or
-neHinm-rrnSR missile i
Informed sources here say it ; Is
almost pointless to try to guess
from -official Moscow announce.
ments what the Russians are ip
to. They say propaganda iiv so
mixed up with fact in such an-i
nouncements that it is next to im-j
txissihle to seoarate the two.
But two hard bits of informs?
Hon in recent U.S. and Russian
statements do stand out:
Red China Premier
NEW DELHI. Sept. 1 (UP)
Chinese Communist Premier Chou
En Lai plans to visit New Delhi
in December for talks with Prime
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, it was
Chou last visited New Delhi en
route to Red Chiiia from the Gene Geneva
va Geneva Conference on Indochina. The
visit would be the first between
the two premiers since the. Ban
dung meeting in April, 1955.
New Delhi was exoccting sev
eral other dignitaries within the
next few months the Emperor
of Ethiopia, the Premiers of Po Poland
land Poland and Thailand, the Syrian
President, Marshal Tito of Yugos
lavia and the Indonesia Premier.
Long Labor Day s
On Canal Zone
Holiday schedules will be In
effect throughout the Canal
Zone Monday in celebration of
Labor Day. '-,.r.
Tht holiday Monday will
give Canal employee one f
the few long weekends in. the
holiday schedule in the Zone
for 1956.' A large number of
employes and their families
plan trips to the Interior, par particularly
ticularly particularly s'nee this will be he
last weekend before United
States schools reopen in the
Canal Zone for the new term.
All offices will be closed and
all work except that necmary
for such essential operations
as the Canal and Railroad will
be at a standstill for the day.
country's m I d s ection and
promising relief from an east eastern
ern eastern heat wave. -Labor
Day traditionally ranks
second only to Christmas as a
time of deadly ner'l on : the
highways. It is a time of pic
nics, baseball games and last
trips to summer cottages and
the beaches. It is also a time
of jam-packed highwaya and
This constant danger prompt prompted
ed prompted an all-out police crackdown
In most states. Police forces
were beefed up to full capaci capacity,
ty, capacity, leaves were cancelled and
National Guardsmen and vol volunteers
unteers volunteers helped patrol the
highways In many areas.-
In M'ssourl, Gov. Phil Don Donnelly
nelly Donnelly declared a state of emer emergency
gency emergency during the holiday and
ordered the National Guard
oat onto .the roads.. A record
force of 1,380 men, including
guardsmen, were assigned to
traffic safety in Illinois and in
Florida 600 American Legion
I !. 1 r c 5 t
I n:oi e miLiLir e .n-. ,ns than t,.
or ineir neutralist' ajoiigists nave
ever conceded j, v
J; The RussiansTisve turned: for
the time being from testing wea
pons of megaton violence tone me-
gation equals 1 million tons of
TNT), to experimenting with more
versatile but less powerful wea weapons.
pons. weapons. jV t .
1 Y. Commuters
NEW. YORK. Sept. 1 (UP)
Millions of New York commuters
faced the threat of another par paralyzing
alyzing paralyzing subway strike today with
the Transit Authority's firing
of five union leaders and tem temporary
porary temporary suspension of 21 others.
The Motormen'a Benevolent
Association, which tied up sub subway
way subway service June 14 wltb a wild wildcat"
cat" wildcat" walkout, promised "emer-
Igency action" to counter yester
The tough Transit Authority
action Included the discharge of
Theodore Loos, president of the
mba, and four otner "nngieaa "nngieaa-ersr",The
ersr",The "nngieaa-ersr",The suspensions for 21 oth other
er other MBA "members was effective
until Wednesday. ', ;; ',
Loos said possibility of an Im Immediate
mediate Immediate wildcat strike was up to
individual memoers. :
Official action by the union
would have" to wait until a full
membership MBA meeting
scheduled for Tuesday : night,
Loos said. ;
"We are not at all surprised
at the harsh and unjust decision
handed down by the TA," said
Loos. "What else can anyone ex
pect from men who have pub publicly
licly publicly nroclalmed us guilty even
before charges have been
brought." ;. i ;
Segregation Leader Draws 7-Yr. Sentence
For Fomenting Disorders In Tenn. School
CIINTON. Tenn., Sept. 1 (UP )
. a cpcrrepatinn leader drew
one-year prison sentence yesterday
fnr fnmennne nisoraers bi an in
tAffatAft hicrh erhnol...
Federal Judge ooert 1.. tayior
at nearby Knoxvwe jouna jonn
Rasper, 26. of Washington guilty
of "wilful contempt" in ignoring
an order restraining him and oth others
ers others from Interfering with the ad ad-mieainn
mieainn ad-mieainn nl 10 Npcrnes .to Clinton
High School. He sentenced him to
a year m jau. : ;: ;
With Kepef already in cost,
dy, th Nesroet war bl to t t-tend
tend t-tend cleie for th first tim
without having t slip paft r r-tive
tive r-tive crowd around th prevl prevl-uily
uily prevl-uily all-whit school. -
- Mpanwhilp a new crisis anncar
ed in throffing for this little Ander Anderson
son Anderson County town between Knox-
i 1 cl n
naires joined the highway pa patrols.
trols. patrols. ;-
More National Guardsmen
helped out n Iowa and in inspectors
spectors inspectors for the Motor Vehicle
Departments were thrown in into
to into the campaign In Texas and
Connecticut. Georgia went a
step farther, assigning state
office personnel to highway
Special safety precautions
were v ordered tn the nation's
two largest cities. New York
threw 1,500 policemen, aided
by SO unmarked pol'ce cars,
into ttie fight against highway
fatalities. In Chicago the po police
lice police department's 500 cars were
ordered to keep their warning
dome flasher lights on
throughout the 70-hour holK
Airplanes, radar and other
modern devices were enlisted
In other areas. In Canada,
where thousands of American
tourists w'U clog the roads, of officials
ficials officials ordered their biggest
safety campaign yet.
France AFB Ycrkers
Franr Air Vnrra r.ac nprann
ncl this week answered a requesf
for blood by the Amador Guerrerol
Hospital in Colon.; i
. Josephine Raduga, chief nurse
at the bospitaf contacted John R
Duda,: administrative assistant at
France two weeks ago, asking for
blood for three charity patients.
Duda and fellow emlpoyes re
plied by pledging U pints of blood
Six will donate blood today and
the other seven, next week.
Of the blood donors, four are
Panamanian' and nine are Amen
can. All are civiDan employes..
The donors are: AKtman Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Angel V e r g r a Clanrence
Thompso.". Joseph torso, John
da, Arthur Gregor, Chprles Bren Bren-da,
da, Bren-da, Angel Vasques, Richard Kue-
er. Ervin Kan oe. E I r a 1 n A
dames. Arthur Bernstein, and'
Charles Gibson, t
Of Ecuador Is 'In'
. QUITO, Ecuador, Bept. 1
(UP) Camllo Ponce Enrlquez,
44, became Ecuador's first Con Conservative
servative Conservative president In 61 years
last night in inauguration tere tere-monles
monles tere-monles which lasted long after
ponce took the oath of office
before a joint session of Con Congress
gress Congress In the presence 'of diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic delegatlons'from 46 coun countries,
tries, countries, his cabinet, outgoing pres president
ident president Jose Marl Velasco Ibarra
and his ministers, high army ok
fleers and officials of the Roman
Catholic Church. v ; .... ...... ;
The United States delegation
was headed by Ambassador
Christian Ravndal.' It also in included
cluded included Whltelaw Reld, chairman
of the board of the ew York
Herald Tribune. v
ville and the Oak. Ridge atomic
Asa Ace Carter, head of the
Vnrth aiihsma Whit Citizens
Councils in Birmingham, left for
uinton 10 msKe a puouc mieecn
last night. Federal court officials
main n mftt iM he makiriff an an-
pearance at his "own risk,'! liable
to arrest under tne same injunction
that applied to Kasper.
. : f'.sk f ..' ',v' i
But Carter said the courts had
no right to deny him a chance to
speak out against Integration
at th him time another oro-
segregatlon group, the ..Tennessee
f ederation lor constitutional uov
ernment, called a meeting in Clin Clinton
ton Clinton inniohr "in an effort to brine
peace and order to the institution."
Officials wr alert fr turtn- ;
r eutbretkt iucH as hiv hak hak-n
n hak-n this t Tenn town sine
Uneasiness Grows i
Over Possible Use
Of Force At Suez
! LONDON. Sept. 1 (UP) French troop convoyi
plowed through the Mediterranean toward Cyprus today
in what informed sources said was a rush effort to com
plete a military buildup before start of the Suex talks oil
. Egypt reacted angrily to the buildup and accused
Britain and France of trying to apply pressure on Egypt
which could disrupt the talks between Egyptian President
Gamal Abdel Nasser and a five-man Suez CQmmittee.
" There, was arowing uneasiness in Britain against Hit
possible use of force outside the United Nations, but
Prime Minister Anthony Eden rejected a Labor Party bid
to bring parliament into emergency session during the
Suez talks. -,
Th Rue pnmmtttee headed
by Australiai) prime Minister,
Rnwt. fiorrinn Menzies niannea
to leave London tomorrow for
Cairo and to hold the first talks
with Nasser Monaay morning.
sources Insisted he would reject
Dulles formula for ending
the crisis by niacin the buez
canal under International con
Yesterday's news conference.
statements bv President Elsen
hower.helDed relieve some of the
resentment in Egypt at the An-
elo-French military moves, s
peclally his expressed hope of a
peaceful settlement, i
Egypt also was pleased with
hi explanation' that recent
statements about' nationaliza nationalization
tion nationalization of the canal under the
1888 agreement referred only
to operation of the canal and
not to Egyptian ownership,
The British government today
was awaiting the outcome of tne
rive-nation mission to uairo De De-fore
fore De-fore recalllna parliament for
consideration of the Suez crisis.
f : r-..-i'-:-:
Predictions of when the hous houses
es houses will meet in emergency ses session
sion session ranged from 10 days to a
Prime Minister Sir Anthony
Eden refused a labor bid to
bring parliament into session
during the Suez .. committees
meeting with Nasser. v
"The date for the recall of
parliament cannot be fixed un until
til until the government have had the
opportunity of considering the
outcome of the discussions which
are due to be?ln In Cairo on
Monday ,' Lord Privy Seal R.A R.A-Butler
Butler R.A-Butler announced for Eden yes-t
terday s ,
i Butler Is the senior minister
In London while Eden Is spend
ing a quiet weekend at his Wilt
Monday. Crtr spok at a mass
mtinj last night. : i
Ten of the Nesro students show
ed up at the school yesterday sr-i
riving in cars driven oy their par
ents and friends. Only two police
men, standing guard at the school,
kept an eye on them. The sidewalks
thronged with demonstrators ear earlier
lier earlier this week, were empty,;
Kasper, 26, of Washington, D.
C, was arrested Thursday for viol violating
ating violating an anti-demonstration injunc injunction
tion injunction issued Wednesday by Taylor,
the judge who last January had
ordered Clinton' high to integrate.
Kasner's accusers said he had
helped provoke fist fights and to
mato throwing incidents which re resulted
sulted resulted in the arrests of nine
youths.sHe was charged with con-'
tempt on grounds he violated the
injunction by holding mass-pro
test meeting Wednesday night.
CAIRO, Egypt, Sept. 1 (UP)
Britain cut down its embassy staff
and "encouraged" remaining de dependents
pendents dependents of diplomats to go homo
today 'in the midst of steadily
worsening relations with Egypt.
A British embassy ; spokesmsa
said the staff was being reduced
and dependents "encouraged to
l.air. Im .,!... .J 1L. ..1
c 111 view iir 1 ill. iinipniM 11.
tuatiqn and reduction of work in
certain sections of the embassy."
The pmhnevdiccln1 fM.
shortly after the Egyptian weekly
newspaper AJtnDar ii yom report reported
ed reported thai Arabs Will nnir wnrlr nn
all foreign organisations, in tha
mideast, including oil companies,
If Britain and France call their
Suez pilots home. --
Th wkly also said thi.
gyptitn government hat decided
to su th eld Sum Canal Compa Company
ny Company fr "misappropriating" funds
in using money which "n long.
r hlanni4 M
. a w mn. iv
paign f defamation against E
Earlier, th government Infer
mation department said Egypt
had obtained confessions from'
rhr llgd British spies. r
The imvernment newsnnnon- At
Coumhouria ,said two. Important
new laws would oe published short
ly which would impose heavy pun-;
ishment on persons spr e a d i ntf
"false or biased news about
'Al Goumhouria said the first
law would impose prison terms
from six month tn rivn vare
and fines ranging from the equi
valent 01 8U 10 I,4UU on tgypu-
ans wiuuiiy spreading any UJs
or biased- news statements or
rumors about Egyptian internal, af affairs,
fairs, affairs, likely to weaken confidence
m the country's finance or harm
4 Th newspaper said Hi second
law provides "strictr punish.
annt" for "any parson wilfully )
spreading fals er biased new ;
statements or rumors iniid or
euttid th country, as wall as
any person found, in possession,
ithr directly r indirectly, ef
any such nws statmnts or
'' If Oio. Mnf UmiJI.I.Ih .1... le
the second law would apply to
luicigu news urgiuizauons cover covering
ing covering the Suez crisis, but the word wording
ing wording used by Al Goumhouria in indicated
dicated indicated this was the case.
, While the Egyptian attorney gen
1 tt: 1 1 ...
ersi 1 uuice worsen on me worn,
ing on an indictment which could
send the three accused British
spies to their deaths, Akhbar Al
Yom was reporting the threat- of
a general strike against the West
throughout the Arab world.
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maVhelfl to. clear the. air of l
anu delioerate attempts on uw "y;-
basic iacts concerning the psinama-UA Treaiy anfl tha world
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together with a copy 01 me mtniumuuuui Uuw.-..v0,
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leaders. and their small group 01 sympawuwrs atuj u
thrown a monkey wrench into the tnlnKing of government lead lead-ers.
ers. lead-ers. xn the words of Winston Churchill, "Never have I seen
SO lew, com use bo uiauj, iu .
pi, a mmnriiv aimm nmnnhiv reoresents less than one thOU'
sand paid union memoers. Ths rest ol the so-called members
O0.110H tnlnk the union leaders eiiorts are wortn the price of
monthly dues. This smaU group represents a small traction of
one percent el Panamanian lacor, and incidentally, the same
. .fr.otra f tmters ihev .nave been riding the gravy train
ior many years; no income tax to either Panama or the U'S.,
h03pitailzauon suppuea grua vy tuuuwica wm
wnwner uiey are empoyea or uucuwjicu, mo piuwvwv,
x ln 'the meantimei: the Grlngcs and all other Panamanians
have been paying their share, including the snare of the above
minority to include nign iooo puces aim u wiuwu. wu wuj
complaints, parUculany by the 'rest rt Panama's citizens. I
'reahy have u aamire the terrific amount of confusion this
smau hanaful has causea in 30 snort u time, iney reauy out
tnonght tne ao-caued treaty Di'ain irusiers. '
. rparris tn Mr. Dulles and his remarks about the Panama
Canal. Mr. uuues has the -great W3k of outmaneuverlng tne
yoreitn Minister of Boviet Mu&ua. Tne game tnese two jnen
play is for keeps, and 4his gamtt concerns au the world. Does
nvW Bctiiaiiv believe thaw Mr. Nasser is playing the Sues
Canal deal on his wn? That poor, misled citizen, has not
enough money to light his way out ox a paper reg, ici mura
light the British Empire and the Western Allies.
Xhe funny part of the whole deal Is, Russia couldn't take
delivery ol Miaaie East on evsn tnougu n. was n&uucu mem.
I'hey havent enough' steel to build a pipe line to Russia, and
tney only have a very small 1 anker fieet. Confusion and tin tiniest
iest tiniest Is their goal, and boy oh bo?, they surely can stir up the
tint. Russia doesn't want a -waf with the UJB. any more than
the UJS. wants a war with Russia, and they don't Intend to
have a war between them. ( -
Tne Arabs may fight small conllngents of the Western
Allies, with Russia's backdoor help, but that's all the help hey
will 'get from 'Russia. After tnis state of confusion is settled
between Russia and the U.S.' there will be no further talk a a-bout
bout a-bout Mr.. Nasser ) ',;'
However, to get back to my comments on Mr. Dulles s re recent
cent recent remarks about the danal. 1 would like to advise, that
.he best thiriRito do la sit back and listen while the giants
liRht it out. I know Mr; Dulles has no ill will toward Panama
for any reason; there is lots of recent proof to this effect.
Ilv-ever, Mr. Dulles must take certain official announcements
cturing this serious Suez affair to keep the Allies of the West
straight on where the. U.S. stands on the subject, particularly
that benevolent friend of ma j, Soviet Russia. Believe me,. I
am Quite sura Panama would not want Russia's hand In the
' management of the. Panama Canal. Just recall Russia's past
. history concerning treaties and agreements. They surely play
it their own way, and for keeps. a ,
' v,r;,. s v -' ' Bob Clark.
Anyone who has lived In the Canal Zone for 24 hours knows
that all this talk about a Canal In Nicaragua is bogwash. (This
Is the so called "Big Club" to keep Panama in line).
The part of the arrangements deliberately left out of these
: dispatches from Washington ie that The CANAL ONLY BE
BUILT ON A 50-50 BASIS. 50 FOR NICARAGUA AND 50
FOR THE U.8.
.Leave Panama for that? Not on your life. :
' 1 Tired and Mad Fanameno.
'Here; Let Me1 Show You hlow"
ly VICOTR RIISEL
t'NITY HOUSE, Ps.-The air is
cr.sp .and clean on this labor-
owned mountain top. And only a
metting of the "anti-racket
squad" ol the AFL-QO high coin
wand can waft a disturbing note
toward the urban and urbane un
derworld a hundred miles away,
For out of this high command ses
sion here conies the first sledee-
I ammered counter-assault en the
To understand fully what his
happened here, one must' first
know that a local umbn charter
ior-barter cin bring and 1 has
brought the owners of such
parchments more than Wall
Streeters have gotten for seats on
the Stock Exchance.
Local unions have been bought
and sold like candy stores and
real estate lots. Some unions have
gone for $100. Others have been
on the block for $25,000. One large
outfit, seekinir resoectable haven.
has offered as much as. $250,000
for a charter which would affiiate
it to a national union willing to
lend its name in mcrriage to give
the smaller outfit legitimacy. : I
There are authentic reports that
one western union chief offered as
much as a million dollars to get
himself and bis little cartel a
charter in an eastern outfit so he
can expand his operations.'
, Remember, these boys never
operate on a smaU profit margin.
Without such an AFL-CIO char
ter, the men of biceps and bru
tality would have to operate wiin
out labor's labol which makes
it difficult This makes the
muscle-men outright pit ates and,
therefore, the AFL-CIO leadership
has decided on its own to take
the label off the looting and leave
It exposed for the grim thing it
reany is. 151
This is cood news and it came
as a swift surprise to many who
had been exoecting merely disci
nlinarv action against old AFL
unions in the liquor ana launary
fields. 1 '.
But It develops: that last week
the AFL-CIO's Ethical Practices
Committee, meeting In David Du Du-binskv's
binskv's Du-binskv's headcuarters. had or
dered the erudite, sof.-spoken but
hard-hitting counsel, Arthur ooia ooia-bcrg,
bcrg, ooia-bcrg, to draw up a moral code to
govern the issuance of focal char charters
ters charters by all national unions.
The code demands, that national
unions make certain that ,only le-j
gitimate labor people are pui in mi
union work and that no charter be
Issued to anvone merely as a
hunting license. This means that
no band of ex-cons can get to
gether to buy, pressure or muscie muscie-no
no muscie-no a' charter from some union
chiefs. It can prevent them from
hunting employers who can be
shaken down merely by the wav
ing of the baner in .front of them
and threatening, strike or head head-smashines
smashines head-smashines if they don't enroll
their employees at si mucn per-d
with initiation lees not wciuaea,
of course. That's a separate cost
item. ; ;
Terror bands have used such
charters to organize employes in
side one union "although they did
Fpreigners And US Politics
By BOB RUARK
MOIiDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY
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eyes. Through those foreign eyes,
h woum seem to me that a like likely
ly likely rule might well be enforced.
Old ex-presidents should be forced
by law. to stay home and conduct
themselves as old ex-presidents.
Senility is pardonable in non-official
From this side of the water,
people in the pubs look mildly
amused when the name of Gover Governor
nor Governor Frank Clement is mentioned.
Coon-shooting evangelists, accord according
ing according to the outside world, have
little place in the determination
of which mSn;will be chosen to
run the 'greatest righthand power
in the world. : u
"Dear old chh,H they say, "if
It's forenslcs you're after,' why not
hire Billy Graham' or Johnnie
Ray t They do it so much better
than this eager young man .from
one of your less sophisticated
. L.i I- 1. y, .1 n. 1
iiies waai a ii, ueorgn gr leu leu-nessee
nessee leu-nessee or some such?" ,r
Concerning Mr. Truman's falls
from grace: v
"Really, this could be "organized
everything from dilling pickles to better, don't you think? I mean
drilling holes in hair brushes. your former president has been
The new code insists mat no out ol oince ior our years, and
charter be gives to anyone unless
he already has the membership
and organization for a legitimate
A third point la this new moral
itv insists that no local union
r arter be Issued to help build up
tne power of any bloc' Inside a
union which is tht equivalent of
gerrymandering in national pon
Furthermore, the anzry guar
dians of morality were aghast at
what they learned about the trai trai-firkin
firkin trai-firkin in charters. They demand
ing that the buying and telling of
these documents cease ; lmmeui
This Is a tough code. It will not
be easy to crack down tn the loot looters'
ers' looters' licenses. But there Is a new
fervor among many on labor's
high command. Tney nave oeen
pushed too far, while they were
far afield. They were busy In the
production conferences of the war
years. They have been fighting the
Communists abroad and traveling
distances which only John Foster
Dulles oh the -wing can matcn.
They have been deep in national
politics and have been absorbed
by their, edifice complex. They
have been occupied with the many
details of the AFL-CIO merger.
Suddenly they looked homeward
and found the new house of labor
full of termites. Early Monday, for
example, two young mm drove
here in an old car and slept in it.
They ate nq breakiastr-for they
had in AAVA'thrir money for gas
home. They came to petition the
high command tor aic in ureir
fight in Local 138 of the Operat Operating
ing Operating Engineers. t, V
George Meany, Dave Dublnsky,
Jack Potofsky and others listened
carefully and kindly. They prom prom-ised
ised prom-ised justice.
Their first move will be to un un-iti.iea
iti.iea un-iti.iea amtha af the leaders who
have made labor's house anything
but a home for tne crave,
LONDON-I have been In the no- it's ridiculous to allow hh to
sition of matching our late oolitl-l muck uo his oartv'i chkncei with
. n I ..n....;.M. .1 u. M : .. i j j i . i
v.., t7UYviiuuiis fciiruugu lurciga'viu jealousies ana spue.
"one can scarcely credit his
that he was hot and heavy for
Mr. Stevenson last time round. One
gathers the Impression that Mr.
Truman still is of the belief that
he's, running the United Statest"
' The British view is that t he
Messrs. Eisenhower and Nixon
are a straight shoo-in? in the erec erection.
tion. erection. Said one: a
"Your Mf. Stevenson is a most
charming chap, but then so is our'
JNoel Coward, In .much the same
manner, X mean to say, they both
have the same quality of superb
mediocrity facilp,- versatile, and
most amusing. But neither could
really be seriously, called upon to
play.. Hamlet. Whereas your Mr.
Eisenhower has a serious air a
bit heavy, but trust-making.
"And what is this thing against
Mr. Nixon?. It seems to -us, here
that If Mr. Eisenhower did die in
office, Mr, Nixon would be the
only vice president .the history
of your country who would have
the faintest clue as to what was
going on in the executive office.
Yet he always seems to be pre presented
sented presented as a villain, even by his
own people -The
Democratic ticket is regard
ea as a Kind of roadshow.
, '" a..
I JBr Wfc I la"
Haw Much Sttck
Adam Clavton Powel- in nviI
Eaji V?0 & be lJKiiPU Younger then proceeded to do
cESRJ? -"o11" Education, what his colleagues had said they
Committet, recently ordered th wrA h. m J 71
fiu r fishing, gear for championed Ideal' cause "with
him la Germany. the zeal of a defense at'ornei Ha
."r at wasVt meant for asked friendfy quesUoni of Ideal
fern15 C;L-."f. dsomt Har-iwitnesses, raked Monolith witnes-
u i cayiAicea ne ses over tne coals.
ler'a farm., "cnwsadn. Hit-; How much Ideal stock does the
August 4 until Sentmh. i u;.'
r wvi ai AAia i in a at amavrai ( i m ill i ii o or mnM ta
Fi! InJt i ssed 10 Capt- suPPsi 0c owner. She
iiorence Nicholson, army. Laison! pleaded ignorance..
" cer wno was supposed to make i
official arrangements for his trip.) "AH my financial, affairs are
aLZTa ..ft-rt fiihingjhanllcd by my husband," she
August 5 and would like full equip- said. ; ;.
lnudin ftli and! This column then called th
boots Powell instructed. "I congressman. ; 5 -would
also bke two seats for the! "That Ideal stock is owned w
tiLLt$ti"lS- !? three my wife," he said, "li t her busT
times each week and would ap- ness"
preciate your selecting the best (
avrilable.- He finally, estimated that she
iia "dank...'.!. "i 1 u- ovmti bout 100 hres,' worth
A,t il. kI 'T1 fishing I approximately $8,500 at today's
ti !DemocrUw c"vn- market price. He also explained
wl..!! P,evl0"ily "l?orte "ere, that the stock purchases had been
because of another lettei-he hirf'm.-, a, m;..
?.JJ2J;..??5!5 !y he used his congressional in-'
campaign for the Republicans this
UU. . r j
The reason he gave was the
Democrats' schizophrenia over 1he
civu rights issue. Another possible
reason: Powell is under Income-
tax investigation .'by the Repub
licans, one or nis secretaries has
already been convicted, two more
Wife in Dghause
Emily Lennarlson, wife of the
nuence -q neip a company in;
which his wife 'had a financial
interest ; .-
This column reported that Heleir
Ames Leete, Danbury, Conn., had
contributed to Harold, Stassen's
"Nix Nixon" campaign. She sent
Stassen- advice,- but not money.
"My reply to Mr. tassen 'sht 'sht-says,
says, 'sht-says, "was .that his .timing was
mt . v Rim u "na ww taivt k ai?u
Treasury Deoartment't nrn! t.j u. c..
. . r -, .uiKcoini mat, auii aieveiiMin
chief, has gone to the dogs if
you are to believe her application
for a driver's license.
An ardent dog lover, she- shows
off her, two Dmatian- at every
possible dog show This necessi necessi-tatse
tatse necessi-tatse filling out endless 'applica
tions in behalf of her big, .speckled
pooches. : ,,-',,.-,
It happens that a female dog
is called a bitch. When Mr..' L.
made out her own application for
a. driver's license., she came to
example be followed regarding the
selection ot a vice presidential
candidate." .-. Another column
ststed that our Spanish air bases
won't be completed until ,1363.
Not so, according t to the Air
Fore. John M: Furfv. inarlit a.
sistant in charge of installations,'
wrote: "Work is progressing gen generally
erally generally satisfactorily,, and barring
unforeseen events, the four air
force bases at Torrejon, Zaragoza,
San. Pablo, and Moron, including
"Mr. Stevenson is a charmlne'V ?SK'" Ior e3t- P:the fuel uipe line and tanks, will
reiiow. and makes delic ou iokes. aog-snow.
tulry blanks, she wrote perfunc-
oiriiy: --piicn." .
Yeunger'S Ideal Deal
Even his former wife. I believe.
is writing a humorous book called,
"The Egghea'd and I.' What a
"And Mr.' Kefauver is
rugged and pioneery in that dread-' ""V"'
fui ri,; 1:1,- r irrancisco, you
"younger' spelled out n the hill
side in huge whitewashed letters
When the fog lifts south of San
ful coon-skin can lika vnnr nivvif Fncisco!. you t ee the name
Crockett. It seems to fit badly
wun tne uct tnat his wua is Brit British.
ish. British. Perhaps if the Democrats do
get in, sMr. Kefauver will come
covered crime, didn't he?"
be ready for operation on a limit limited
ed limited scale in the spring of 195? and
all four bases will be completed
by the fall of 1958.") .. We're
happy to set the record, straight.
American Oil Companies again
liava warnaH thm Stala Hanarr
lliis is a reminder to citizens ofiment against knuckluii,. under to
on i ico vouniy inai pneir con-
here and tell us how to leal f???J?".av Js Arthur Younger
our crime. 1 believe he dis-l;' cL)l;,V?' .'. Mi'
kingmaker, Is regardec' with ca
somebodV ouinnad h. ttJnm ?n fct to the- congressman's battle
Wrhead in Washington, to help' the Ideal
' "I really can't understand it, the STt A. JStTt
processes of your democracy, I TSJ'ul
mM. ..id Hra van .. wramw, Wyo. .What makes this
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
No Pomp. Plenty Circumstances: r around, so for real rhean ihav
As itemed here (and In "Around ought to be able to buy a "Study
al al t 1 A i .. t it i I k . ...
the World Confidential"! the flare
up between Prince Bernhard of
the Netherlands and Queen Juli
ana bad nothing to do with -the
discredited faith healer. Her Ma
jesty objected to Bcrnle bringingf Not Much of This and Abso-1
cuties to court, especially to the
two regulars whom the young prin
cesses are so Used to, they call
on invasion of Civil Rights of Bride
grooms.- (Hurrah ior the Ameri
can Legion,) .r".?..:irr.-
Love Conquers Oceans: But
Linda Christian, in London, says
she's not serious about Edmond
Purdom. No one1 else either.
Claims she can't rid herself of.
swains since the word got out
about the huge cash settlement
she received from the Jewelers to
return the ring given her by the
character who went to jail for not
oaymg ... Sharman u o u g l a s,
Back in favor with rrmcess Mar
garet, and introduced her chauf
feur to her Royal Highness, wnat
goes? . .'And Group Capt.. Town-
send, ('member fcim: Is cashing
in big. His world tour is nnancea
by the Daily Mail, and the Rover
Car, and he'll note that sneu pe petrol
trol petrol got him over the hump.
Probo Bono Publico: ove this
from Sept. American Legion Mag-
azine, tna l auoie: me muuuic
with some people is they got no
sentiment. Take for. instance the
hard time they give Arthur Miller
and Marilvn Monroe, two real
sweet kids. Arthur's high-class
American type who writes p' ays
about dead salesmen. Marilyn s a
cute little homebody wh.- poses for
pictures. These two youngsters get
a yen to get married and you
know what? A bunch of unroman-
tie Conaressmen tried to bust it
UP by asking Arthur about varl-i0f not so nostalgic memory, asks
ous commie fronts he's been tied me If Jayne Mansfield or some
up with. The poor guy was so em-0ther blonde beaut of similar Far
barrassed it was awtui. Anyway, iLoW Restaurant In Pell St on
he won the plaudits of all promres- Sept. It's across the way from
lutely Nothing of That: Roubcn
Mamoulian readying them thar
papera against Rodaers & Ham
meruteln for a part the profits
oi "UKianoma- ... ine Mirror s
Phil "Hotlips" Strassberg switched
from buxom Meg Myles to buxo
Joyce Miles, the luscious lovely
who's signed to shoat two flicks in
N.Y. this Fall, one with John Tier-
ncy (in which she gets shot) and
one with john Cassevetes v (in
which she lives to tell the tale!;
. Ecdysiast or Bust: Pat VAra
ber" Halladay, current rave of
burleycue (at Mlnsky's Newark)
does a peel with a real Bhrunkea
human head (i:nd is that sexy?)
. Looking forward to "The 11a
waiian Room Presents" album
with all the Hawaiian standards
plus several modern originals by
Tony Cabot. Being prepared by
the Lex Hawaiian Room and the
master will be, ready on Sept 12
for bidding by three majors.
Erasers on Lead Pencils Dept.:
Merle Oberon cables from France
that she DID NOT say Hollywood
is a "dead city" and that she DID
not stsy with the Chaplins and I
am happy to print it and hurrah
Merle. (But isnt Hollywood a
Paging a Double Feature
(Blonde): Kennie Huie, famed
maitre d at the old China Doll
Egypt. The vast American oil in interests
terests interests in Saudi Arabia, ; Iraq,
Iran, and the Kuwait are in seri-
. .- . mix -ninfffiv tit nam? nflTinnanran
Harold Stassen,- the broken-downi S v-fu i" V8 Sl'ted Egypt gets wy with, taking
t uiiAinuit liimi. i c ji ci?i nriihi rim niiao tnat I inoi -i na Minu- i
. ". .. ". . i v vi 4 uic awu a. sue ui'flii'-'n
iir.ade or. ideal. CQment.'. They reT press, which always .Mows Dicv
tator Franco, ; also followed the
Russian press almost identical identical-iy
iy identical-iy In praising Egypt for taking,
over the Suez Canal. i The
American Embassy has cabled
Washington that Premier Mollet's
eovernment will be overthrown if
he backs down in the dispute .over
Cuav Tha !jVnh aix. mn f)at.ar.
mined to put Nasser in his place
that any government which yields
will be swept out of office ....
Secretary Dulles returned from
London furious at Indlr's roving
ambassador Krlsbna Menon.
Prime Minister. Nehru had prom prom-ised
ised prom-ised that Menon this time would
cooperate with the United Slates,
But Menon was his usual insult
f" I in. fiiihustAriBB self.
Aionnnir. cnea r ouu on uan-
ilol Hill, which brought the House
Government uperat.onj commit-
tee into ti t picture. Younger, who!
h( been interested in the deal ail
along, ended up on the subcom-
mltloa that InvAstlff.ilail It. Hal
Monday eve, properly notified his fellow inves
tigators that his wifo owned -"a
and your most" important election.
Yet your Mr. Truman attempts to
destroy the Democrats, and your
Mr. Stassen attempts to destroy he
Republicans. Really i ? v
This is the view from our kissing
cousins in uie ugni uiue isle
Mr. W. at 'Mr. Wonderful' far 4th
wife, Norms. e happens to own
lueai siock. , r
The com pan v succeeded In win
ning the Laramie plant, but not
without, some strange backstage
maneuvering oy the General Ser
vices Administration. The Mono
lith Portland Midwest Company
submitted the highest bid. Yet
GSA strangely did no, close the
deal', but permitted Ideal to come
back after the bidding with a new,
higher offer. -,
sive people when ho refused to
snitch. It lust goes 10 snow wnai
has happened .to civil liberties
Keifnie's Gim Sun shop, where he
sens tne sexiest Shanghai dresses,
and by the way, Ken, need any
when a real sweet Buy can't mar-hudaes for the Miss Phimtnwn
ry a real sweet doll like Marilyn; contest, Oct. 4-12? Vtt available.
without being wucn-numea
At the very least, the Fund for
tne KetlUOUt sinmm sir aii hi
vestleation. There are
unemployed reda ,. and
Motto of a Modest Maiden
walk-on bit (with Sammy Davis,
Jr.) at "Mr. Wonderful" cued s
deafening ovation. Blew the roof
right off The Broadway. Theatre
(Wo kiddin Go see no more
rooflt . Society is talking about
an American Southern beauty wed
(In name only) to a Spanish noble
man. Her flingding with one Of the
richest married men In the world
(also New Jersey) is known to
his wife, his mater-ln-law, her rich
ditto and WW-the last to hear it
. , Att'n Mrs, BM: Won't use,
stop worrying. No names in the
episode on the Arlene Francis
("Home") program Thursday
Sept. 13th starting 11 a.m. When
NBC-TV biogs me as a publicity
buiidun for Oct. 5th premiere
Edw. G. Robinson resumed in
"the Middle of the Night' cUck
Monday eve'g. Fearful the house
wouldn't be tilled they "paperca
it" He means tbey gave posses,
Ard lost money, the turnawsys
wouia nave meant capacity
"Hieh Society'" (at the Music
Pall) starrin; Grace. Bin 2 &
Frank is delightful big-time man
Ann-woman stuff from the ouen-
ine scene, to the finale . Al
fiirnie's mimicry of Roberta Sher
wiud (at the1 Copa) signals hefty
applause.' Meaning New Yorkers
rate her a star. His Presley bit is
his best . It s a Bey tor is
Juad Mehlmsnns. The paler U a
phttog on the Gene McHugn iolv
ster-shift. Happy Baby! . Opps!
iixm page 1 (2nd cel'm) ot the
i ifnii sth miiub af Time ,mag:
"f ae man wjo might now settle
irr second plsce could pieoably
iot get it unoer any circum
s1i.nces; Tennessee's Estes Ketau
.l, ha miriA tna many enemies
along the campaign trail, ha few.
delegates that ne couio um
trade for the No. 2 spot" That's
what comes from going to press
too early) ; That ma recently
gave a page to tv -critic John
Crosby's rhetoric and essajs in
;.u. -rvsh WA aant It to Mr.
Crosby with this marginal com-'-..!.
i .la.. All Lies! WW."
still a few Never kiss- strangers. Always askl (Walter Winehall resumes Wa r
nd pinks their names first ular column Monday.)
READING. -Pa (UPl-A new
twist has been given to the self self-service
service self-service idea. A Reading police policeman
man policeman left his wallet in a telephone
booth.' It was returned to him a :
few shares of Idtal stock. They! short time later with a note ex
expressed confidence in his in teg-( pUining the finder kept $175 of
rity and said they were sure he i the wallet's $350 contents as a
would be tair. n 'reward.' .. n
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Answer to Previous Puiile
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7 Pome fruits
It Sell in small
II Dutch city
15 Fossil resin
22 Rich earth
33 Puff up
31 God ot love
43 Palm leaf
41 Adam and
IT Legal pelst
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I English letter
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41 German river.
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41 Wine vessels silyar
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i W. W. Iran, Evamelist
BALBOA: 01. Baiooe Bod
' Services sunda 10.03 a -OS 1143 am
I -00 gm
CSiSTuSAl.:. AmricH txeoo HalL
Services Sunday 10.00 a.m. U am
UO ABAJO: Houm No. u24 lilh St
. Sundav 4.30 am
CMUU BAPTIST CHUBO.
. 311 Bruja Bo. --
trwr m balboe -;.-
. Phono 1-1703 ;
tut I. Faderewski, rests
. rhene I-IM
. nviniiw Union .....
' iveiung Worship .... '-iO
kinh Wednesday ....... t JO pm
aotasrbood 4U :.JL
Mwday each month .... ISO fa
Rpamta moie ocuuw t
, Saiurdav ...-
-Vf II '.1
FWSf BAfTISs CHURUf 3 j
-', -i -. Balboa Height. C Z. j
' 427 .Ancon Boulevard
' ; Drawer "B"' Balboa HeishSf
' 'Pbeaa Balboa 172?- v.;
: : .William & Beebr. raita
Bundir BciooJ .V...li.'.i.," ?
Morwni Worship 10:4 a
Bapusi Traininf Union .... i'M pja
' BvanaeUatic Saria ........ 1B Ja
Praytt Martina Wadnav
wW;fiMl SUrfy- Xhwa.- '
,' Mm Brotierhood ttat
" Mooday to monUi) ,.,... aa p-
' f 1R8T BAPTIST CmCH
s aUrlarlta- Avanua t Sth Strati
Margarita. Canal Zona
V wJiiav. re4.1Bola. Paitaf ;w
Bunday 'school. ..'V4,i....f.
Momma. Worship -. .'
B.ntist Xrajnina Utuon.... .f-M P-m
Prayer Services. Wednesdays
W M.U., 1st 3rd Fridays u
G.A., H-A, Sunbeams,
IHB PACIFIC ItDB
rANAMA cm, v
Captain Mra. H.p" .
' 1 febrtary Streat, Phona; 2I-200S4
11:00 Holiness Meeting.'- 1
' 3:00 Sunday School. -s-
' 7:30 Salvation Masting.,
LA bcc .cat j
Lieuttnant Pansy Caaipbell I r.
Buildina No. 100, Phona; l-ZSM ; ;
ilKW ilviineaa Metting.
. S :00 fcunday School. x -?
. 7 JO Sa!vaUoo Meeting. .
' '. i
Envoy 4 Mrs. C U Moseley
Guiara SueeW' ' :
'". ot., ,. .-. ,' 1
1:00 Sviiday School.
- ilO Hulineas Meeting.
' 3:00 Surday School.
: 7: t.ivaUoB Maeting. ,
COLON THIRD STBKET "i $
. SCaptaln- Syslin Taylat .
11:W1 Holiness Meeting, '
- 3:00 Sunday' School.
7 30 Skivaliofi Meeting,
RAINBOW CITY' CX. -Envoy
i. Gill '
St Klits and Jamaica Straat
11 :M Holiness Meeting. ... j
3:00 Jvnday School. : '
- 7:3Q Salvation Meeting,
Benlar t pw ahd Mrs. C. Maenaawaiy,
14th SUr.tL Phone: M-743.
1 t UnFon Churches
. Vhar all rratesUals aaaparala with
' ajBlty ta easeatlals, Ubertr la (Ma
asscatuia aa aaartty s aU tfei
TUi; ATLANTIC IIDE
CATUN , A'
;. i BevrsUr Blakalr, Paslat v
Phona f-3.l& .. ;
t:S Church School' -,
11:00 Worship Service.
: p.m. Sr. Youtb fnllowiihlp.
:00 pjn. Jr., Youth, Fellowship.
. The Bev. faul 8W Olandar. Paster.
rnuna h-hm. ,.
i ju Bible School -t
10:4k WorahiD wvlta and Church-ttmi
Bursery. ..j . ,
M Youtb FaHowabln.
THE PACIFIC BID!
, 1 ka H Oscar f. Olsea Pastas
i Balboa Rd. at Sao Pablo St
Phone I486 Church Office I-32SI
tM Church School. f ree bus nervlce
Paraonasw. Discussion Grouo..
Worship Service -sTbe Exsndea
, ooKion uw nursery, Kinderaartefl
i Pnmarv and Junior Deota.
.' .hurch-time Nurwv lor ch-Hdrap
: unoer a.
:00 Junior-HIrh Fellowship.
: PosfHigli Fellowship. '
J Ou Senior-tllEh Fellowship
. Camoa"' '
Di. Wsiser M. Aldenon. Minister.
- Offlct Phona -470- Residence Pbnm
' -in. ;
'to a.m.' Unified Servica of Worship
. w. -..iijiuiai. young people ana adults
- rMa. MtlHODIM UHUBCli
.. (Brln.b Conterenr.
'tav. William H. Arm.trona
V ltlh St- Pimm Tin
i.OU a a. Mornina frava and
- a :uu p.sa. Sunday School
- Y:ls om Evenina Praver and SerrooB
. rXlNIT au.lHOUIl CHtHUS
7 ih S treat and Melrndai Avenua,
Ka. Samud Walden, M In later
iJu am Mornlna Sarvtca ana Holy
vtNiuuunioa 7 i:
, 3pm Sunday Snsooi
7 li Pm. Evenini Service.
I Holy Communion 1st Sundars)
v Isonday. 1-M oj Pravar IsaaUag.
KBMtZKst tii.THoOI&'l cUl'SUJll
Rainbow City. CZ
. Samuel Waldea. MinuRar -Suiioa
Mrvirea a am ano a.ia pjn
undar School dir all ages at M am
"Taisr ls1tarlii To tronhm.
. Tuesday. 1 pja.. Pravas, aeatjna.
Ckarekaa ( ffca saaay tailka rha Caaai laaa. 4 rka tarsaippl
cstiaa r Paaama aaal Calaa, Bapuaha tt Paaaaaa. aara arekees
at all twaaa ra saasi psW wasaasi at rba arasaat aarricaa. awd a ajviiipk
assjlikara,' (naaaH ead artoagers.
As pabltr tarrtca, rha 'Tha Paaaaaa Aasaricaa hats aalaw, b
' sfaaeaaiaatieat. aawicas c4 a ears at warsaip a ad afkas rafuiat pclnritiaa.
Uatiaga ara rarwtsd hpaa riaaa t risaa. Daaassiaatiaaa haviat
mtf aaa a Par c aragahaaa ara karad aadat "Otkdt Cbarcaaa Aad
Itrvkaa.'" A spatial batHtg a) saxhidad tai aarvstaa ad Army peers.
Air pVrcp Pesaa aad Naval atatiaaa. r .M
Mittisfpia. caatcB aactatailaa aad chaphuaa ara ask ad ra safarai
rka aws desk jaj wriHaf r Wedaatdaf aaaa at Ida Ureal l aay
ckaaaaa tat Hta caaaiaa Satsuday't church aaaa. ; t
CIWISTLJt alsbMVk vMtJltUtK
irst Churca ol Chrisk acienuat, Aoem
i0 AocoD Boulevard
Sunday II IKI, Wednesday avaa.
fiiinria SfhASl 10 LB
ytni tssns at Canst, aciaatm. Crtsteaai
13th Street Bolivai cuebwav
Am... ImmI 14k .a '-'
. Sunday 11:00 Ja. Wednasday 0I p
' "-ST.- MAKY'B CHimCH-Baftaa
.Sunday Mas; 1JW. 3-00. lM and
"rlV&J -.! I
J E -AA nm .'J v
Confessions: Saturday. ta J0
and 7:00 to 8:00 pm. Thursday, bet ore
First Friday: J so to a pja.
Miraculous Modal Novaoa: IM
Catechism dassi aflat Baa tm
Fish School Study Cub (JO aja. an
Wadneaaay.,.. SH, .- ,-. .,... ,t
V 4 SACKED HEABT Aaeea'
... Uuu.- s u. i-M A t JO am
Hoi. ba massaa: tJU am- anj IM
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 toaM end
7:1 to S:00 p.m. Thursday before First
BViHaw T'Ofl B m.
Sacred uaan wevoussaw turn
Pridsya. . .. ...J
Catectuaai uaaai a:ia a
Thursday. i ;
OUB LADY OF FATtMA'-Csvpata 1
Sunday Mass at 3:00 a.m.
" Holy Day Mass at 330 p m.
Confaaaiona: M ta :tt p aa SaV
ttacjuam viami aaiuriav
. .. a.aa la
" ST. JOSEPH Paralsa '
inula Msism at 7:Ot and 1:11 ajS.
HolyDay Masa at :0e pm F
Weekday Masses:- M am.
Confessions: Saturday 3 JO to 4 JO and
a -sa n- v -9A . ... i . -'
Catechism ciaaai unoay aw
P-!' ; : ..'..' m
miraculous sseoai m"".' r r
D Friday.- - J
Convert tostructlotiat Thursday
P-m -.v...' f." -. ': i
ST. mCEltrS-Paana City
Sunday Masses: :D0 and 1:30 am
Hoi. fS.v Masses: 1:30 and 1:00 nm
lit It falls on Saturday the Masses art
a -no atul a-3A a m.l
Confessions: Saturday 1:00 ta 10 and
7:00 to 1:00 pm TBursoays aaiora suw
Fridsy 7:3 p.m. r-
uir.n iimn Medal Noveha and Sta
f the Crass: Fridav 740 p.m.
Catechism tiam.- jutar .paa
Convert Clami M pm Tuaadaj and
Thursdays ,, r J
J BT. THERKSA'B CaaaB
aiinil.u U,n S-3A a.m..
Holv Dav Mass: 0:00 am; (it tt talis
an Saturday S:.10 a.m. I t '
Catechism Class: JH a a. .,
Coniesiions: 1:00 to :S0 am Sunday.
S1?.'30.:S PP" T r IA SAtU
, . Paxiue I.eievra
Kiinria Mian: B :30 snd 0:30 a m.
ak Davs Mam:' 0:10 Moa4 Thura..
Frl. and Sat First Friday mam: da rn.
Holv Dav Masses! e.uv a at. w m-m
am 1 '
rnnfesalons: 1:30 ta 4 JO and 70 ta
SIA am Rarllritav
' ". , -f iuj.. tan
Miraculous ateaai novepat tnw
n.m. ? i!
caiecmsm .iam: a.o p.m. -i
Convert, Clasai Monday t JO om
BT. iTHERESFS let Baaa.
Sunday Mass: 70 a m.
. Unto n. Mass: 1:30 cm.
-Satirrdav 1:30 to 70 pm
Thursday before First Fridsy d JO pm.
Catechism Class: a:ia pjn. on
Sacred Heart Novenat 7:00 pm. an
cpnvarx vtatei o
- '0. 3' ATLANTIC BIDE .'f,;:
" -V: '. IT. JOSEPH'S Calaa .::
Sunday Masses: 1:43. 3:00 and 1 :1 am
Holv Day Massasi iM and 3:00 am.
.nil K'IK. rt m
Confessions: Saturday s.tw w ana
7:00 to :0 pm. '
Miraculous Medal Novanai Wednesday
e.ic r.A 1 -OA nm :
Sacred Heart novena: moay ;m pjb.
Sunday Evening Servlcaa- 7:00 PJn.
Convert Class: 7J pm n Mondays
nil ThuradavL .'
Catechism uass: sunoay in aaa. w
11:43 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:oo p.m.
First Fridav Exnositlon of Most Blesa.
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at I JO
ajn. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotion aa pur uoy
of Fatlma ma MOiy- Hoaary :w a.m.
First Cammunion Instructions for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 00 to
7. -00 n.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAu Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 1:00 and 10 JO a.m.
Holy Das Masses: IM :00 am and
Confessions: Saturday 4 Q to 1:00 and
7-00 to 3:00 pm. After Hoaary aacn avar
Miraculous Medal Havana: 1:13 and
7:00 p m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: Aflat 1:00 Mam an
First Fridsy Exposition aQ day during
the School Year.-
First Saturday Mam at 30 am
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH Maragarlta
Thursday t "p m. the Sunday School
Workers conference will be held at
the church annex. :
Friday 7 p.m. the Official Board of
the church meets, v i
RALLY DAY in .bur Sunday School
will be Sunday, September 1. Our goal
for this dsy,is i:s.
A -Xe.rfwr'i Tr Hs" ffiwa. li aa
gin 'on October 1 for all Sunday School
.earher and Uwe who wul Mke lo
teach. Credit will .be given upon the
completion, of the" course.
ST VlNCF.VTSRslsaaw City '
Sunday Massess: J0 am and 3410
Holy Day Masses: am and M
Confessions: t oo to IM and IM to
s .no p.m Saturday.
Catechism Class: ie:43 s m. on Sunday
Convert Clar-avary Hpnday at 7 .DO
Miraculous Medal Hovene: IB am
'nscrea naan novanai ,iaa e ss. an
Friday. -i: ..
IMMACuT.ATfc CONCEPTION Gsttra
Sunday Mass: 1:13 a.m
Holy Day Mass: i 00 pin t
Confessions: (JO to 7 oa mm, in a.
juitacblam Clam: 4:00 pm bo Monday
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses: 7.-00 aiut
Holy, Day Masses.- tXKt a.m mil ii
Confessions 9a turds at r-ae
mici an avnniig oevouona
napusms by aooointment '
Miraculous Medal Navaaai ta
on Tuesday. ; ..
Sacred Heart Novena:,'7im 'p.m an
Friday. '. ..
Sunday School: l:fla p.m en Sunda
Reliaioiis Instniatinn r-l. i
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursdav T,
' Rellsious Instruction for- ariinsi '.f-
ducted in Spanish): 7:00 pm on Men.
Convert Instructions by. appointment
The RL Rev B. Heaat Caedaa. S.T D.
The Vary Rev. Mauiert J. Petatsea. 1
S.TR, Deaa i
. '. '' ANCON. CB ,'
TH CATHtDRAL OF ST. LUKE
SUNDAYS : ' :
130 am jioly Communion.
J am Santa- Communion 14th Sua
. pay). -3:30
am Church School. -.
3:43 im Escuela Dominical.- i
11 M am Morning Prayer and Sermon
Hoiy ummnnion. (rust un
IMin, Evenml' Prayer and
" I WEDNESDAYS
3JPa.m. Holy Communioa.
IMsn Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS i'
IM i Holy Communion." i ?
3 JO a m Holy-Communion. ''
3:13 a as. Merninc Pravar.
U:00 Mu-oai lajaskMiary Pravert.
? CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
' 'Third Street New Cristobal
, The Rev. Nelaa G. Akara, -Priest
Holy Communion ......... 7:30 am
vnurcn tKOooi ,. ;tJ0am
. Momui.g Pray i- ...-,
and Sermon -..:...'?..,;,. 11M am.
', (First Sunday. Holy Communion!
. Vesper Service and ., . :
Youtn Fallnaishia . . aa
WEDNESDAYS "V"; T
y Communion ..I J3, am
vaar nenaarsai .......... 1
! A Bouse of Prayer for all people.
Cbotcb af St Aadraw
The Bcv. WHllaar W. Baldwla,
; Priest la Charge
and Church Schoel.
Morning Prayer' and Sermon u
IH.C first Sunday la Month).
Evening Prayer 7 JO p.m. -'
Weekday Praytt. 3:00 am
' -V .' COROZAL t t-Chapel
Chapel t-Chapel at The Gaed Shepherd
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
s-siaii m .uap . f -.
3:00 am Morning -Prayer. -'
(H.C. flrat Friday each Monlb).
., a n .. ; -- ...
!' CIAMROA '
: flt Bissaa'a Chat. ''
The Rev: John bosar. Priaat la Charse
SUNDAYS 'i- -,'.
Choral Eucharist and Ser ".
mon i Ttt a.m.
: unurcn scnooi .....i... .. in tm
; Episcopal Young Churchmen ', '3:00 p.m.
Avensone ana aermon. l :uu nm.
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS. ; v i
THURSDAYS. FRIDAKS i I1 i'
Morning rrayer and oiy
Communion 3:00 a m
Evening Prsyer ............ 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliarv. ,2nd and
41h Thursdays ............. 7:30 IP
lolv Communion ,j,n'uk T:l a.m.
J-.xnii-i' l-.aver, .i.u.., :M am
Prayer .T utl p.m.
. Fimiiy Eucharist' ......... I M a.m.
. Office af, Compline 3:00 pm
'',-: ", LA BOCA ''";' i'M"' i'M"'-.
. i'M"'-. Bt Pel era Charch -',
The Rev. Jake Spear, Frieat m Ckarga
Morning prayer and cnurcji -School
.................... t:M s.m.
Confirmation Clsss ........ 3Jt am
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
mon i. i...' 30r33 a.m.
Holy Baptism ....... v.... 'UiW neon
Evensong and Addrtaa ,.. 7J0 pm.
3rd MONDAYS '-.;'.
Woman's Auxiliary Tjfl pm.
WEDNESDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communioni .......... i:n am.
1 MARGARITA '...
'? Church at St Margaret
Cornet at Espave Ave. Brazos Bird,
The Rev. Nolan G, Akscs, i
' a.Urt ta ITharea. .-
SUrTDAfS ; '. ; v:'f':
a .10 am ctiurrn acnaoi
I -.10 s m Morning Prayer and del mon
(1st stmasys. Holy communion)
4:30 pm Confirmation Inatructioaa.
,'.v'-.'!. PALO BECO
Chanel at The Holy Comfort
Ven. L. B. Shirley. Priest fa Ckarga
WEDNESDAYS ,, .
3 JO am Holy Communion. ;
'- PAR AISO :-i'''--r,-,
t Bt Allhta-a ChaTe
; The Best David A. Osborne,, -Priest,
The Rev. AUaa R. Weatt, Asaktaat
1:00 a.in. Choral Eucharist
3:30 am Infant Bspttsnv -S.
00 m. Church School ... .,
(held m Buildina 131)
,50 pm Youth FeUowsWo
7 (a) i m Evanwma and Adl
tnd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
7 JO am womins Auxiliary tag Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting. i
,; PANAMA CrTT 'l" '"C'Ti
St. Paal'a Charek
The Tea, Lrmoel B. Shirley, Rectal
The Re Ftta R AtwelL Dearea
SUNDAY!. t 1
g:00 am Holy Ommtmma '""
-00 at Sun a Eucharist dt- Sermon
10:43 am Morning Prayer and Church
13:00 nor Holy Bantism ,
7:00 a.m Solemn Vaanare
TUESDAYS .- ''. v;:
3:30 am Hory Communion 1 ' .'
IM in Holy Communloa ;s ',
7:00 p.m. Evening Praver 1 ?. .,
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
S '30 l m Hoi Cammunion
'00 a.m. Hoi Communion. '" : -i
, CHRIST CmmCrT T-TrTE4EA V
.... .. Fetsronal ...
Colon R da P- .-ivii
, (Onmette Hate Wsshmrtna)
S The Rev. Henry A. Blake,
Priest la Charse
' ' SUNDAYS ': -:
340 la Holv Communlnai. -.
t-ap a a) Choral Riiehariat and Sermon
M'W am Church School Saasurn
7 30 am Solemn Evenannp and Sar-
iM ajn Holy Communion.
7:30 p m Evening Pravar and Seravas
t:30 om AdnH Conflrmatloo Clam
tM am Prav-r Guild.
M am Children' Eucharist
10:03 am Junior Confirmation Clam
1 JO am Compline and Meditation.
RAINBOW cm ';:
Oartr at St Mary, the Vrrrta
- .The Rev. Joha A. Spalding,
Priest ta Charaa
Sung tuchantt .......... 7 ao s.m
Chunk School ........... tUam.
Evens-in and Sermon .... I JO am
THURSDAYS . t
Holy Commuruon. IM am
St Georte's Ckarrh
' The Re. John A. Spaldmg,
Priest la Charaa
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holv tcmmuninn ....... IJ6 la
2nd ANO 4th SUNDAYS
Mor urg p-ever t
end Semen I JO s.as
t HOLY DAYS
bt am Holy Communion i
Church School, eeca Sun 10 30 a as
. RIO ABA JO .'
St Christopher s Charch
10th Street Psrque Lefevre
Tke Rev. Clarence W. Hajea,
Priest la Charge
Tke Rev. Clarence A. CragwelL
f :00 am Holv Communion.
' 7 :30 am Sung Eucharist and Sermon.
IP JO am Morning Prayer and church
1240 noon Holy Baptism.
'0:30 pjn. Evanaong and Sermon.
7 JO pm. 1st and 3rd. Woman'! Auzi-
3:30 pm Junler Daughters at the
... King. -7:30
p.m. Youth Fellowship.' :
340 a.m. Holv Communion.
7 40 pm Evening Prayer and Religious
0:00 p.m Gtrla" Friendly Society,
g :00 pjn. 1st and 3rd. Singletons. -SATURDAYS
3:30 --3:30 am Junior Confirmation Clam
CHUECR OF THE MAZAKENB
Minister: Re. Elmer O. Heban
Box a. Ancon, CZ. Balboa KOI
Sunday School i,........ 3:43' a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a m
Youth Service- ............ 4:45 pm
Evening Service .......... 7:30 pm
NJT.M.S. bervice .......... 7 00 om
Prayer Meeting, Wd. .... 1 JO pm
' 'RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCR
: Pananu R P 33rd Street East
- Rev, A kL Jkawa. Mlalslaa
Divine Worship ........... 3:30 a.m.
Sunday School ............ 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Maasas 7. 7:tt 11:43
atlv oaM. nJ. Sunday oommm ai
140 am t
Meetina Thursdava at 7:30 o.m. and
sunaavs at :ov nm. win Memorial
80S Balbva Road, Balboa. ';
CHURCH OP JESUS OTRIST
OP LAT'IUt-DAl SAINTB (Mermaal
Sunday meetlnm In the LDS Chanel
on Balboa Road. ..; J '.
Sunday School ;. f :m am
Priesthood Meeting ....... 10:30 am.
Sacrament Meeting ....... 0.00 p.m.
Primary:- Thursday 3:00 pm.
Relief Society: As announced.
Telephone Balboa 42S7i ''
' AftaBtle Branch v'.f
, Building 300, Schoolhousa Boad, J
Catiin. Canal Zane. :
Talenhona. Gatiin 3M or Cristobal 3337
Sunday scnoot least a-m. auaaay aao aao-rement.
rement. aao-rement. Meeting 3:30 pm, Prieshood
Meeting 1 30 p.m. Wednesday mnary
3:30 pm Wednasday Bsiiaf aociaty meet
ing aa annaunceo. .,'.
CUEUNDO PROTESTANT CHlJltCrl
'Warm Hesvrtcd Charch"
- Milton X. LeMlg, Minister
Phone Res. 33-7113 Of. 33-510T
Sunday School ., 3 JO am.
(A class for aver ami.
Morning Worship ......... 1140 am.
Youth Fellowship ......... 3:00 pm.
Xevening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m.
Pravar and- Praisa -tWed.l -7:00 nm,
A church purser la provided for your
Vacation Bible School August 7-13 at
1:13-3:00 pm. Ages I years and up are
invited to. aueno. -. .
' OLD CATHOLIC CMUBC31
St Raphael The Arcaangts r
13tb Bt Wast Na. 1
Holv Eucharist: Sundav ai 143 a
Tutsdaya. Wadnaadaya and Thursdava
3:30 am ." t
Sseramml ot UncMon tata aar.
virc) tirat Sunday of aeda aantta
T am : . , i.;.. 'j' :
i ICoant K:"'-t.. t?"'-,e data
i 1-au.m p.. P.
Bt Ka. T. D, O. Bishop
Mornlna devotlo-- at ........ 3:03 aj
rallnwahlB Worama at ...... U43 aj
Sunday. School at .... 1 a-oa aja
lIivum aorvloe af ........... iw pm
BAflAt CtmTF '-A'J
U first Straat
Urbanlmclon El Carmen. Pans ml City
Informal Talks and utacuanomt
Taursdsva 3:00 am-
celea, Sta rraan sosm
(aptUlra American Basaarl
.Tburadava. I J3 pm
'. BETHEL MISSION CHURCR ;
. Espalaba St., Psralao, C.Z.
Ra Waldaaa H. Stewart, Pasta
Sunday: 11:00 am .Worship Strvipa..
340 p.m Sunday School..!
1:13 pm Gospel Service.
Monday I JO Young People's Society
Warinasdav! JP U id-week ChristiaB
Fellowship. ., ..
Thursday: a:ao cnoir nenearsai.
Fridav: 7 JO Women's Miasionary So
THE CHURCH OP GOD
733 Eighth Street Celea' -Re.
G. V. Grandiaea. Pastor
Sunday Srhol 3:30 a.m.
Morning worship iu:w a.m.
Night Sarvtca 7J3 pm
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta,
Rainbow City, Canal Zona
Be. G. W. Grandiaea. Paster
Morning Worship ........... 0:00 am.
Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Night Service ............... 7 JO pm
'" THB CHURCH OP GOD ;
. New Pravldence
Mra. Maada Hiaea. Patter
Sunday School 10:00 am.
Morning Worship ............ 1140 am
Night Service a pm.
v THE CHURCH OP GOB
- Panama City
Car. "N" and Mariano A reseat ena Sta,
Re. Wm J. Jehatoa. Paster
Sunday School 3:30 am
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 am
Night Service 1 JO p.m
THB CHURCH OF GOD Rle A sale
Monte Oscure Rd 13th St
' "'. Rev. Was. J. Jekneeav Paster '
Sunday Schoo 3:30 am.
Morning Worship ............ 10 30 am
Nignt service ............... ia p-sa.
. COMMUNITY CHURCH
t Dmbla Heights, CJL )
., (Full Gospel!
Special Engineers BMg, Diablo Heights
sunaay 2cnooi s:ia a.m
Worship Service. 10:49 a m
I Youth Service ,',..'..,,.... 7:00 p.m
. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m,
Wed- Bib)e Study A Prayer t JO p.m
- CHURCH OP iOD (Pentecostal)
. Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phona -42A. .Box 253. Gamboa.
fjiiipfh.a at P.ralw. r1 Z (HM. and
Mra. Herman a Whyte). ColoB. R-P
(Re. Fernando Lorenee), Rio Absjo
faev. and Mrs. Charles Havnesl. and
Catlvl (Re and Mrs. Clifford Greaves I
Sunday and -weekdays aervlcas at an
churcbea. .,. ,
Posts and Bases
FORT AMADOR ; ,
Sunday School ................. 40
Morning Worship 10.00
Church-Time Nursery School.... 10:00
Sunday bchool I Buildina Ha.
Morning Worship .............. 10:13
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet.
ing and Bible Clam 3 JO
FORT KOBRE ., .. '" V'.
punaay School (Building He
707) ...... ..."'.. .':' 3:30
Morning Warship 10:45
Evening Bible Study 3 JO
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE i
Sunday School p:3
Adult Bihle Clasa (NCQ Club)... 3:30
Moming Worship ........1:11 A 10:43
Youth Fellowship 3J3
CUB SCOTT INITIATION Six
'irl?)Ceub cutJPst sare lef to right) Billy Cheatham. Maurice Cummlngs, Mike Cummlngs, Bin Bin-dulsEl.
dulsEl. Bin-dulsEl. Raymond Kinored and Milton Short. The proud parents behind them are (left to light) Lt. Col. and Mrs. W. ti '""M
Cheatham, Mrs. Furman Cumaiings, Mrs. Ruth Blndulskl and Mrs. Jean Kmored. '; U.S. ArmrFhoto) vi:
' LEANING NUDI
STRATFORD. Conn.- -3UP)-
Police rushed to a street corner
when. an. unidentified man- report reported
ed reported that an "attractive woman was
leaning, against a light pole.
and she, was very scantily ciaa."
It was a department store manne
Eevenlnf Worship ..".ir... .;'...;. 1 JO
U S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday scnooi :
Morning Worship ...... ...v. .'.i 1140
Holy Communloa Flrat Sunday
lh rlD HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship a
Holy Communion Flrat Sunday
i el Month)
Deil? Mam ........-.-.... f.t.. a:m
Sundav Msssaa ..........1:30 m 3:00
Confessions. Saturday ...I SO A 7:30
Sunday ..I JO 340
Dail Mass 0:3
Sunday Masses ....... .7 :4J A 0:00
Confesaions. Saturday ...7 JO A 3:00
Sunday Mam ................. 10 JO
roT KORRE .. i
Saturday Masa 140
Sundav Masses ..........740 At 3:00
' Spanish s 340
COROZAL - v ; .! 1
Sally Mtta .................... ana
No. 7111 ............ ...740 A 3 JU
Confeesiona. Saturday (Building
ALRROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass ..................... a:oo
Saturday Mass 7 .00
Sunday Massaa ..7:43 A 11:43
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Dail Mass av
Sunday Maa SJ0
. -f ;
AI.BROniC AIR FORCE BASE.
sttiiry .. ,1:30
0.-' i-J d (Baiboa)
Friday T JO
' ATLANTIC SHOE ..
FORT DAVIS t
Sunday Schoel .,
Midweek Fellowship. Thursday.. 7 JO
Sunday School ..
toutn rcuowsiun. Sundav ......
O S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Solo
Holy Communloa Tint SuAday
Catkella T -
Sunday Mate ..,..,...
FOltT GULlOS i
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Confessions, Saturday V.'.l 00 A
0 2- "TATION". Coea Sola
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Sunday Mam J0
f't ; 'awn -(
i Seventh Day :'
1 Weekr. Saraliva lai .11 n. 1
babbath School 3.-30 am '
' Divine Service 1140 em.'
YoUlh'a ttaatlna A ta
. Wedneaday Bible 'study and Prayer
Pa,4fU SI J 1 ml a.,. .
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Psstor.W. H. Wallar-TeL 21:3 3303
n""". veroe, nve. t. r, oe la Oaaa Ha
Chorrlllo ZSth No.
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ana m bis.
Hlo Abajo 11th St. No. 17
Balhoa Chan.1 Asia r..wi na (-
boa I Saturday only). ,,"
Spanish Cburckte Panami aad"-
Crlttabala IIUtrlt .' '
IPaaior Huben Bull i
r-anami, Calle Darlen No. T
Cristobal, nth A Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A FrIJolea. t
Diatrlrr Patlar a a Cinl.
Tel, No. g-102
i Gamboa praltt Parkway FrIJolea.
AlUnlle Blda CalAa aaj ,'.'' '"'
CTlstabat District '
Pastor Neblett Tel. 33:823
Colon 3rd St. A Central Ara. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal lth A Bolivar Ave,
Central office: GavHatt- Road Tat 3 3-13SI.''::.
13SI.''::. 3-13SI.''::. .,. ;
Boca Slosrj, Balboa. CJL-Rabat Nathan
muun aitrecior. -SanrOv,
Frioa. t JO a a. Bat.a
IJC pm .. .
(Sea ae Ustingt of Jewish services
under Posts Bases and Stations .
-v.iji-.Mi.uii nu, auiearjui Israel, Ae.
aide C'b and 31th Street, Bella Vista.
"- .'. oervnea aw p.m
REFORMER LUTHERAN CHURCH :
Balboa Read at Wight Street ,.
Be. Robert P. Gnssick. Pastor
P.O. Box Me, Balboa, t
Sunday School,' Bibla clam 140 am.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m. ,. ,.-"Divine
"Divine ,.-"Divine Service at Margarita (In St.
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday
440 pm" .. ..
new Cub ficoui. are Initiated
ChurchOf Good SetTo Hold
3-D ay Annual Assembly Here
Church of God conereeatlona in
Panama and the Canal Zone will
be meeting for their annual assem assembly
bly assembly for three days starting today.
This meeting if scheduled to be
conducted at the Rio Abajo
Church of God where the tRev.
Wm. J, Johnson is pastor. The
church in Rio Abajo is located on
Monte Oicuro Road or 16th Street.
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- The tharria for this: year's as
' lembly it "Ttach All Man Thaia ;
Things." Emphaiis will bo plac-'
ad an-mathedi af teaching and
rha actual doctrinal teachings of
the church itialf. Tomorrow at
2 o'clock the guait ipeiker will
be the Rov.. Elmer. 0-Nelion,
Minister af tha Church af the
Naiarana. Rev. Nelson will bo
preaching an tha topic, The
Harmony af Holinots." t I j
The assembly opens officially on
tonight with a service beginning
at 7:45. This service will be devot devoted
ed devoted to a-time of getting acquaint acquainted,
ed, acquainted, fellowship, and singing, it. will
be concluded by the showing of
a sound film: -r-
'Activities will begin tomorrow
at 6 with a prayer and. testimony
meeting under the- direction of
Mrs. Ethel. Robinson. In the 9:15
devotional service the Revt George
W. Grandison of Rainbow City will
be speaking oa the theme of "Liv "Living
ing "Living Epistles." Following that pe period
riod period all. .delegates will attend a
conference on methods of teaching
which will be under the leadership
of F., C. Forde and Rev. Wm. C.
Ellis. Rev. Ellis' theme for discus
sion will be "Not What but
How." During this same hour Mrs.
Kathleen Ellis will be conducting
a Children's Hour program in the
youtn center. ; ,
Chairman for the morning wor
ship will be Cleveland Gayle. The
Rio Abajo church Choir will sing
in this service and congregational
music will be directed by Mrs; El
lis. "Some Truth About The
Church" will be Rev.) Ellis's ser
V Special music in tha afternoon
sarvlca 1 will bo given by tha
choir of tha Church of Cod af
Colon and by a quartet from tha
' Ancon Church, of tha Naiarana.
Miss Da by Burke will ba chair
men af this : service and Rev.
Elmer 0. Nelson is tha guest
speaker. After this service there
will ba a -period of free time
until final service of the' day
which is scheduled to begin at 7.
Rev. George W. Grandison will
be the chairman for tomorrow
night meeting and Rev. Ellis will
be speaking on "What Jesus
Taught About Salvation." Mrs. El
lis will again' be in charge of the
congregational singing. The public
is invited to all meetings of the
assembly and especially r so for
this service. ? v
Mrs. Maude Hines'wlll be the
leader for the 6 p.m. prayer' and
testimony meeting m lloidiy
morning. The first business meet
ing of the assembly will be con
ducted at a.m. and will continue
through 10:45. Louise Donaldson
will be chairman for the general
service at 11 a.m. and the He v.
Wm. J. Johnson, host pastor, will
be speaking on the theme Lite in
the Here-After." t
After the noontime recess the as
sembly will convene again. at 1:30
for another business meeting to be
followed by a time of singspiration
under the direction of Miss Ethlyn
Brewster, President of the 1st h h-mian
mian h-mian Youth Fellowship of the
Church of God. The closing serv
ice of the assembly will be at 2:30.
ihe chairman for this closing serv
Ship Crash Claims
One, Injures Dozen
LONDON, Sept. 1 (UP) One
person was killed ana approxi
mately 12 were injured In an ex explosion
plosion explosion aboard the 27,955-ton Brit-
un Liner Himalaya io 111c western
Mediterranean y e at e r d a y, the
ship's owners announced. 1
Headquarters of -the fenisuiar
and Oriental Line said the explo
sion occurred near the mam stor storage
age storage room just after the liner had
cleared the Strait of Gibraltar.
The Himalaya was en route from
The turbine- powered Himalaya
is one of Britain's newest liners.
It was launched in 1949- and has
been used on the regular Austra
lian run via the Sues Canal. ; 1
intn Psr Nn ; m Fnrtv Amnrinr
ice will-be. Mrs. Annie E. Bel Bel-grave,
grave, Bel-grave, President of the Isthmian
Woman's Missionary Band of the
Church of God. Rev. Orman Brew
ster has chosen for his sermon ti title
tle title in this closing service, "The
.- i t i '-
The Church of God in Panama
has get higher goals for its own
work, and for World Service shar
ing than ever before. This sear
will bring greater challenges, but
inc cnurcn is ueierminea iu rise 10
these challenges and do more this
coming year than it has ever done
in the past The church invites vou
to share with it in this annual as
sembly meeting and to enlov its
blessings with Church of God con
gregations throughout Panama.
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For Sept. 8 Dance
A f Tr Antral fliiri
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Club Social and Deportivo ltir"i
Rom anticos will present their kif'f'i
nual September dance at the'lro'!') j
pical Club on Saturday. Sept. tq j
The members have jdecided i Upoi
name this affair the wapacha; -it
As a special f e a t u r e of 1rniw t
dance, Los Romanticos will spotrVa
sor a cha cha cha dancing Pana-: t
ma's best bend fo this. -fia -at4I ;
has promised to break down th"
hours between 8:30 p.m. and dasw.t,..
break into several special-lcatuibtaT
hours. '.",':'....:.; i.'- :'.; -.rTZi
Urged by their many Mowers
Los Romanticos will have a-Blues :
hour, Bolero hour, cha cha cha!
hour and Guaracha hour. tod j
This and the decorations thatir.
will adorn the. Tropical Club wilLi;
definitely make the Sept. g Wapi?,
cna uance a memoraDie nigbt.
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- Texas State Fair To Feature Only
V--Monorail' System In Hemisphere
Th only operating monorail jys- more than SO U.S. cities and eight
tern in the Western Hemisphere Latin American countries,
will bo seen at the State Fair ofj The only operating Monorail ays ays-m
m ays-m rt t o! Bnvr n n n f h tm in the Western- Hemisnnere
hah nr,.;ii Airwave in P- will hp nsrt of the State fair 01
ama announced this week. The Texas exhibits in Dallas, Texas,
irline is opprafms srtecial tours to1 during October, The coach glides
the Fair which is fwrtnwst -it an-! along a single track carrying pas-1
True Life Adventures
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N, SET CHUTE SET UP TELLIN' US JXK OUT FOR V NOT GONNA NAW.-WE
X': CO VCU REAUY TO HANDLE 'EM AS WE'LL WHERE TO f 1NJUM5..THEV KILL AN. JU5T FIGSER
THINK ALLEV CAN THEY COME J HAVE TO FIND SOME DOIT LIKE HAVIN' W J TDRIVE. QFF J
DRIVE BUFFALO THROUGH. HT TEAR OUT 1 BUFFALO! ( THEIR BUFFALO 1777)S A FEW f
BOOT! AMD CZS KJBBM
nual Inter-Amfiiran Livt-.sock Ex Exposition
position Exposition among the n.any hun hundreds
dreds hundreds ol activities n4 exhibits."
travel mn- n overheed track
waa first introduced In the West West-rn
rn West-rn Hemisphere injlowften
Texatr a few month ago. Offi Officials
cials Officials ef the Texas Feir announc announced
ed announced this week that this will be
transferred as ft permanent ays-,
tarn en the giant Fair grounds
ki Dallas, Construction for the
4009 feat line will be completed
m' time for the Wi Fair which
will be attended by more than
twa and a half million persons.
The new svstem is of interest to
the large cities of Latin America
because it is adapted for fast and,
safe transportation from an air airport
port airport or suburban section to the
downtown areas of heavily populat populated
ed populated cities. i
"The principle' of monorail has
been used by industry for many
years," Booth explained. "A suc successful
cessful successful passenger line baa been in
Deration at WuDnertal. Germany.
ince 1903, but the system being
demonstrated in Texas is com
pletcly new in design and techni-j
tally adaptable : to present day
problems of big city transporta
ton," he added. v,'
The monorail coach whicn oper oper-1
1 oper-1 ates on a simile overhead track is
' 54 feet long, 8 feet wide, has 55
sexts. Seats are arranged diago diagonally,,
nally,, diagonally,, while air conditioning and
heating guarantee year round
confortable trareL -Braniff
has first class and tour-
Lit flights, from Panama directly
into Dallas where its headquarters
are located at the city airport of
Love Field. The airline
3p" crs in fast, vinrauon a no.
noist-iree comfort. Especially a a-daptable
daptable a-daptable for large cities, the 4009- j
foot Monorail line will be seen by j
more than two and a half million
visitors during the Fair Oct. ,6-21.
apeciai xuurs id me fur nuu us
Inter-American Livestock Exposi Exposition
tion Exposition have ,been arranged by Bra Braniff
niff Braniff Airways which flies from Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, directly into Dallas.
" AJHV THE 'y.i
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JWB Is Nearing
Capacity On Trip
Onlv two reservations are need'i
ed to close the books on the Costa
Rican trip of Sept. 2 to 3, sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored tv the National Tourist Bureau i
of Panama under the auspices of I
the USO-JWB Armed Forces serv-i
ice Center. I
' The T.hor Dav wpfikpnrt trio is,rf"5.
attractively priced at 145.00. an
all exoense visit to San Jose and
Ctrtago. by airplane. One day and I
night will be spent in the capital
city and the second day in the an ancient
cient ancient cathedral town of Cartago
and at the Volcano Irazu.
For information and final reser reservations,
vations, reservations, telephone the USO-JWB,
Balboa 4321 fro m8:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. After 4:30
p.m., dial Balboa 1072.
COACH'S PROUD RECORD
HANOVER, N. H. -(UP)-Dart-mouth
college football line coach
Jack Musick, won varsity football
letters at Southern California in
1944, 1945 and 1946; won the USC
mitot valiiflhl n1fiv6F fttvirH in
1945: and was an all-coast selec-l
serves tion at both guard and tackle,
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Scrtan Dlrtors Play Play-bout
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Stag Show v
That's My Boy
11 :W -VS Steel Hour.
8VNDAT, Sept. t, ISM
t-OS Lamp Unto My feet
IM frontier of Faith
3:00 Armed Pore Hour
440 Incore: Comedy Hour
S:OS Godfrey V His Friends
S:1J Industry On Parade
:30 SUr Tonight
T:O0 Private Secretary -'7:30
I Love Lucy
8:00 Toaat of the Town
:00 Appointment with
:30 Red Skelton
10:00 The Studio
10:30 What'i My Line
11:05 Studio One. :
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Special speaker at the First Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Baptist Church tomorrow
night will be the Rev. Oscar Olson
Pastor of the Balboa Union Church.
Tne Rev. is one the outstanding
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preachers on the Isthmus. The
Pastor of the Church, Rev. Sylvan-
us a. bcariett will preach at the
morning service. ;
The following are the services
9:30 a.m.' the Sunday School
Singer'; religious broadcast under
the supervision of Miss Avis Cast-
r. 1. 1:
V. r' HARRIET JOYCE GARDNLR, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry W.-Gardner of Curundn Heights, will become the bride
of Walter. Herman H. Kuhrt.Jr. at St. Luke's Cathedral,
Sept. 5..- 1
JilCARAGUAN '" AMBASSADOR. AND 1VIFE, ARGENTINE
AJ13ASSAD0K HONORED AT BRITISH. EMBASSY FARTT
.ff '. jTie British Ambassador nd Mrs. Ian L.' Henderson fave
cm dinner party at the British krcbassy on Thursday, in honor
Pt Their Excellencies the Nicaraguan Ambassador and Seftora
d Telleria and of His Excellency the Argentine Ambassador
';', Guests included Mr. (Mid Mrs. Rogelio AMaro, Mr. and
Mrs. Guillenno Andreye, Dr. and Mrs: Teodoro Arias, Mr. land
: Mr. V. T.' Mais,' Miss Carmen Gabaldon and Mr. and Mrs.
Uruguayan Embassador , ,.
Gives bimitr Party
. Uruguayan Ambassador to Pa Pa-m
m Pa-m ind Mrs. Felix Poller were
hosts for dinner last evening at
tk rv.hu Reeirionn in Bella
Vista in honor of Miss Marisol de Sob Seavey Leaves
1. (".iiar. and! hor fiance. Mr Fsr ts
f fKk'.Mtice far iaciusia ia this
luma sbauld fet. subnitttd- in
tyss-writtta htm aad mailed
f rh bu avmbtrt lirtad dily ia
"Social and OthtrwiM," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by banal ta lha aHica. Notices
aiaafinf MMt ba accepted by
OHiears' Club '
The Fort Clayton Officers1
Wives'. Club will hold their regu regular,
lar, regular, coffee and business meeting on
Wednesday, Sept. S at 9:30 a.m.
at tne tort Clayton Officers' Club.
If you have aot, been contacted,
call Mrs.' F. Van Kosdale, phone
87,-4223 for your reservation prior
tq noon Tuesday Sept. 4. All mem members
bers members and guests are cordially in invited
vited invited to attend.
Diabla-Laa Rial : '?
Girl Scauta 1
,The Diablo-Los Rios Neighbor
hood has called a meeting for
Tuesday, Sept. 4. 1956 at S:30 a.m.
at the Girl Scout House in Diablo.
All troon leaders -and assistants
as well as parents and anyone in
terested in toe Giri bcout organi organization
zation organization are asked to be present.
U. Carvyn Moumblow
The Lt Garvya H. Moumblow
Memorial Auxiliary to Post 387C
VFW will hold the. regular busi business
ness business meeting, Monday at the Post
noma, uristoDai. -
10:00 a.m. Sunday for all acei.
the superintendent, is Mr. L. G.
t rarer. 11:00 a.m. Divine Wor Worship.
ship. Worship. The preacher at this service
wiu be the Pastor of the Church,
The Rev. S. A. Scarlett. 6:00 p.m.
Training Union with Miss Mavis
Catherwood Directoress, 7:00 p.m.
song service. 7:15 p.m. Evening
Worship. The preacher at this serv
ice wiu be the Rev. Olson. i
The Ordinance of the Lord Sup
per will follow the preaching serv
MISS' SALLY HARROLD daughter of MaJ. General and Mrs.
Thomas' L. Harrold models a short formal at the Doctors'
Wives Fashion Show, which attracted a crowd of more than
500 to the Amador Officers' Club, Wednesday.' The show
.was dressed by Felix Maduro.- ,
National Airlines in Miami, Flori
da. - 1
The Roberts .are now making
their residence at 2640 N.W. 33rd
Street in Miami.-
r V.'lll Marry
Cu i i
l.arry Gardner of, to
f svey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
: dvey of Ba'na is leav leav-w
w leav-w n; t tii r-'urn to
. .it) is
: i GctiU-y. j ,.
is announce tne ap
proaching Homage w ineir
daughter; Harriot Joyce, who will A hsan Pfv.dien Leaves For
m lha; Jtriiln nf Waltup Her- Rhad Island U. .... .....
man Huhrt Jr.- at St; LukU'i Ca- Miss Allison Davidson, daughter
4t,.i4.l C M ri m wr nesdav. of Mr. and Mrs. btuart Jtoss m-
A t :.. trirttrin nf A rrt a Ann mum 0ilaer nf
, I ' i honor at a farewell tea given yes-
Miss' Gardner is a student nurse, terday by Mrs. Gerald Dare ot Bai-
at Duke Hospital, working for her
B.S. Degree in Nursing. She at:
tended Washington University in
St. Louis, Missouri for two years
nJ r.ncfrr.fl tn Thilr Ilniverai-
tv in Durham, North Carolina to! University of Rhode Island.
finish training. She is a member
f Delta Gamma Sorority.
. Mr. Kuhrt graduated from North
Carolina State in June '56 as a Ci Civil
vil Civil Engineer.' He, is now working
ht Durham ar the Assistant Engi Engineer
neer Engineer to the City of Durham. He is
a. member of the American Socie-
' ty of Civil Engineers,
- Miss Garda. has chosen Miss
Kalherjne Herbert for her maid-of-honor.ct;.
JBndesira .s -will be the Misses
Aflcr 2-D3y Visit ;
Gen. Lemuel C. Shepherd, chair chairman
man chairman of the Inter-American Defense
Board and former commandant of
the Marine Corps, left the Canal
Zone for Washington, DC, last
night after a two-day visit here.
' During his brief visit, the Gen
eral toured the various installa
tions of the three Armed services.
An Honor Guard ceremony was
held in his honor Thursday mor morning
ning morning after wWH a briefn t was
givei t'- (V s,an Cof-1 at
ti'.i'" .- a..J a 1 as
maile 0. U.S.'Amba.-,,. id
Pres.Jiii of Panama, Ricai M.
Arias K, A stag luncheon was given
by Admiral Clarence L. C. Atke Atke-son,
son, Atke-son, commandant of the 15th Nav Naval
al Naval District Thursday noon. .
During the afternoon, the
General was conducted on a
tour of the U8AF Latin Ameri American
can American School.
Yesterday, Gen. Shepherd visit visit-ad
ad visit-ad thn Jnnsl Warfara Trainins
Monday on center at Fort Sherman and the
ShouidVe Kept It
Under His Fedora
'EDINBURGH, Scotland, Sept.
1 (UP) John Hay Barbour to today
day today was sentenced to four years
imprisonment for illegal, posses
sion of explosives. -
, Police had an iron-clad ease.
When. Barbour took his hat off in
the police station, four sticks of
dynamite and a detonator dropped
out." " '
Snake Pops Out :
Of Man's Gun
SOUTHSIDE, Jenn. .-UPV-A
friend of Virginia Mackey didn't
have to go far to start hunting. As
the man started to load his shot shotgun,
gun, shotgun, a snake popped out of the
Mrs. Luisa Cave 1
Buried At V ;
Mrs. Luisa (Lulu) VUleeas Cave.
who died Wednesday at her Cabo
verae nome, was buried yester yesterday
day yesterday at Herrera Cemetery
Mrs. Cave is survived by her
husband Vivian, ; who resides in
the U.S.; her mother Mrs: Bonifa Bonifa-cia
cia Bonifa-cia V. Crawford; sisters. Mrs. E-
dith Clark, Mrs. Iris Emmanuel,
Airs, rrorencia wasnington, Mrs.
Dorotea Edwards and Mrs. Tere
sa Gongora of British Honduras;
and brothers, Jose and Walter
CRIME InJ THREES
CAMDEN, Me. (UP)- News
stand operator Sterling Hasting
told police his store was robbed
three times in nine months.
) -.J i
ENTERING THE CITADEL
Raymond E. Bacot, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard W. Bacot of
Curundu, will depart to th
United Statea Tuesday to be begin
gin begin hit college, 'education at
The Citadel, the military col college
lege college of 8outh Carolina, He will
take up pre-medical studies.
Allison is leaving
USNS Gibbons for the United US ARCARIB School at Fort Gu-i
Diaiei, wuere ane wiu cater luc'iK,
Set By Group
The United Health and Burial
Scheme of Panama will be host to
its members and friends and well
wishers on Monday, '.'Labor Day
when it will celebrate the 5th an annual
nual annual nir-nir and ri.inr thii veir'a
Joyce Coliicge, Juanita Jones, Ar- site will be at Rancho Grande, f f ,,
hue Schmidt and ray lucicer.. i"uerio ruon, wim tonjunto A.esU'i il iil if i; .J,
tin bridegroom-to-be will be best!
vaniuma Lasua win aesptnta
Accompanying the General were
Brigadier Thomas C. Darcy, US US-AF;
AF; US-AF; Col Wilson T. Jones, USAF;
Lt Col Wilson K. Dickerman, USA;
Capt. Charles A. Webster, USMC;
Major B. G. Cass, aide-de-camp
to: General Shepherd and M-Sgt.
John W. Thompson, stenographer.
man. Tlinmas Jordon. LCj nine
hart. Ali McKeown ; and GUbert
Smith will be ushers. v
- The bride will, be given away by
ker father, Mr.: Harry W. Gard Gard-er.
er. Gard-er. I
Wtddina In Florida r
Mr; and Mrs. William Badders
f, Gatun announce the marriage
' of Paul Roberts of Augusta, Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. The wedding took plac'J Aug.
' 23 in the Methodist Church Allatat Allatat-ta,
ta, Allatat-ta, Miami. Florida.
Mrs. Roberts, graduate of Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School, has been em
ployed in the Finance Department
ef National Airlines for the past
three years. Mr. Roberts is super
'yisor in Technical Maintenance for
the latest music af rack and roll,
cha-cha-cha, etc. While there will'
be sightseeing te Celan and Rain
bow City for thete who will like
to visit friends en the Atlantic
side as wall as these earning from
Colon to Putrte Pilon for the
dance and picnic.
; ,.,,-. ; '
In all an enjoyable time through
out the day is promised the gener-
ai puouc wno wiu auena. iicieis
may be obtained from Miss Celes
Una Durant's 23-118 Este Bis. 22nd
street, Guachapali, any member, or
a tne sugar uowi.
Busses will leave from the Sugar
Bowl at v: jo a.m. come out and
have a good time.
PLICET'S STRIHG TRIO
Will serenade you
with Pcnamanicn and International
. Music at Your Table.
!. RAHCI10 GARDOH
Afaaao.a.1 SS!i .! j
Al C:::;:l (hath
The Bethel Mission church of
Paraiso will observe its annual
missionary service on Sunday,
Sept. at 3 p.m. The service
which has as its theme, "The
Missionary Vision." s ;
The Revs. Arthur A- Zustra,
director of station HOXO; John
H. O'Neal, superintendent ef the
Nazarene Christian -Churches;
Lester T. Scorhide. manager of
Editorial caribe and Chaplain
Merritt, Fort Kobbe chaplain,
will discuss the theme under the
following topics: The Macedo Macedonian
nian Macedonian Vision of the Lord's Glory,
The House top. Vision and the
Vision of Amanenlas.
V B (Vllaw at. Waal It a 1 1.. .1 W mfl
iSCCT,TVS : T3 ET r'JTAL C7iSTFR H)
'fast i -t rAr : i r-"-"
, TO Cblo... Lt. ... ... t. .....
S.S. TIZARKO ....Sept.
s.s. "FOTosr ....;........ .t.... ...;..:.. -Sept
M.V. 'REIN A DEL PACIFICO" .... .... i .v. Sept.
- TO UNIT1) KINGDOM via CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
, KINGSTON, HAVANA. NASSAU, BER,MUDAr
Au ; . SFAIN and FRANCE. ,. ,
S.8. "REINA DFL MAR" 20.225 Tons .';,'..
' (Air-Conditloned) ...4. Sept. 10
M.V. REINA DEL PACIFICO" .(lg,00 Tons) ..f-- Oct. lt
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT :, ''
S.S. KENUTA- Sept. 14
-s.s. coTOPAxr : ; sept. z
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.H0LLAND
; AMERICA LINE.
TO NORTH PACIFIO FORTS
S.S. "I.OCTI GARTH"
S.S. "DELERDYK" .
....A.;::.. sepf. 9
,S.S. "LOCH GOWAN"
'S.S. "LOCH RYAN"
. .Sept. 21
All Sailings Subject to Change ,vVithont Notice
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION Co
Cristobal Tel.j 1(545
rnstn rrt rwr PANAMA Ave. Fern No. 55 Tel. t t-ruiwi
ruiwi t-ruiwi vo. &BALBoA Term. Bldjc. TeL M985
9 Die In Mexico
As Barge Sinks
TUXPAN. Mexico, Sept.. 1 (UP)
-A workman's carelessness in
handling an acetylene torch was
blamed yesterday for an explosion
that sank an oil barge, killed nine
persons and. injured seven near
The explosion occurred, while
the barge was being repaired at
a dock in the nearby port of Tam Tam-pamachoco,
pamachoco, Tam-pamachoco, where the government-
owned oil company, Pemex,
: as loading f.iriliiirs. .-
' Pimples, blackheads and similar complexion' blemishes can
speedily be cleared in most cases often just in 7 days by
washing the face several times daily with hot water and CuU
cura Soap. .'. .
The effectiveness of the Cuticura Soap- and' Water method,
proved in many yeirs of medical testing, has recently been
confirmed by articles in Readers Digest and in a state medical
journal. ( ,- ,
- When the skin is Irritated, lather should be-gently applied.
A soft shaving brush. is excellent for this. 'The lather shouM
be allowed to remain on the skin a full minute, then thoroughly
washed away with cool water. Be sure to rinse well. Some people
find it necessary to rinse as many as 10 to 20 times!
It is advisable to follow a sensible diet, and at bedtime t
apply Cuticura Ointment and let it remain, on the skin over
night. ., - . .......
' Cullcura lr 'the onljr leadlner wap that Is super-emollient
for extreme mildness. Unlike ordinary-soaps when frequently
used Cuticura Soap never causes skin allergy., 8o gentle is Cuti.
cura Soap lt Is frequently used even on newborn, babies.
. Because Cuticura Soap also contains Cuticura Ointment, II
does more for the skin than ordinary soaps -- deen cleanses,
helps maintain the natural moisture and health of the skin,
and leaves an invisible protective film, making, the ekln soft,
fresh, smooth and younst loxikins:. .!,'.;'.'
Perfumed and hand-milled like the most expensive soaps",
Cuticura Soap Is so moderately priced it may be used tor your
bath as well as for complexion, care. 1 1 Mercurio
The' Rev. Arthur w.; Crooks,
president of the Evangelical
Ministers Council of Panama
and the Canal zone will preside
over the program.
: The addresses will be Inter Interspersed
spersed Interspersed i with vocal numbers
from several local churches and
Anthems will be rendered by
the Salem Mission, the First
Baptist church of Paraiso and
the Bethel- Mission Church j
choirs, other Items will be con-
jjtributed by the Salvation Army
!of Paraiso, the Church of God,
si Rio Abajo, Nazarene christian
' Church, Rio Abajo and Christian
Mission or Panama ana otners.
The Kings Four will render two
quartets, Albert A. Lowe a solo,
and the Bethel Youth Gospel
Singers a number. ?
A missionary offering will b
taken up to hid the local mis
slonary work. 1 )
WANTED THOSE PREMIUMS
HARTFORD, Conn! --UP)-A
thief at a grocery overlooked a
cash drawer and other valuble
items, taking only two books of
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
.... Sept. 14
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service
"HISITRAS" ....,.. Oct. 12
''HtKEDIA" ......Sept. 3
"COMAYAGUA" Sept. 10
"SAN. JOSE" ...Sept. 17'
"JUNIOR" ....;. .Sept. 24
XIMON" ., i... .j..... Oct. 1
"A STEAMER : Oct. I
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
' York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
' I and Seattle.
". SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
. CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA V -.
To New toric and Return $240.01 .'
To Log Angeles and San Francisco and -,
Returning from Los Angeles -" S270.00
To Seattle and Return 8365.00
. TELEPHONES: ' V : ";" : ;
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904
How to make tho
you ever arc)
Flavor, your sandwiches with
Fronch's ond tasta the diflFor
nee I Blends better, flavors better
it's doubly good because its
Sproad Praadt's right on Read
meat or chM, (extra food u(d In
4 plocof butftotooKOroddrrndi'l
to chopped mat, agg or flih far
1 wondrM lolqd ipraad. Alow 1 hp.
f Franch'i Mustard per landwich.
Rnwmbr only Frtneh'i Murtard
' brings you this richer toxturt rldr
' flow. Buy far tedoy.
rII Ntw IwM. "10 mwft
TmH SmMMchMl" Writ f T. tnmk
C, RmImiMt Ntw T, U. y A.
PURE YELLOW MUSTARD
World's largest selling T
-' iu M,.iianie at
tour local commissaries.
NEWEST DEVELOPMENT IN PIANO EXCELLENCE
AS LOW AS $20.00 MONTHLY
7110 Bolivar Ave. Colon 40
IIIUII Tolatility to erve yon instant starts
HIGH power to breen yoo op fte biSj
HIGH anb-knock to pv tretet smSsae
HIGH mileage to gm you saving ,'
$wieM&wte at o .;:
' -, j I i '' t ' v
YOUR TEXACO DEALER
TT3 PAX ASIA ASriSICA At CTttErrari-r r
:.r. i, i:
. YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14'DIFFEQ1T LOCALITIES It J THE CITY
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 H STREET, PANAMA
r n iK
J v u i
- LI8RERIA PRECIADO ',. LOURDES PHARMACY, LEWIS SERVICE HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE ,. FARMACIA EL BATURRO
; ,. T Street No. U . lit U Canea.ullla V TIrii K. 4 J. Fee. a la Oesa At. Xe. 41 : rarese Latevre I Street ; '-'BIIM3IUiI
AjinciulntrniLdPublicicioHM FARMACIA LOMBARDO FARMACIA ESTADOS UNID03 v FOTO DOMY FARMACIA 'SAS" t-At Y
y Ke. Lottery Plana ( tic M "B" llml ' V, ' i lit Central Ave. Mi Iiwum in. ui H K .TlihraHU; 1 Ull j.
CASA ZALDO MORRISON FARMACIA LUX FARMACIA VAN-DER-JI3 a NOYEDADES ATHIS 12 TTOTJTlt
Central At U 4th ef July Ave A J St WtaliillnHt .. : RtMB Vto tape Ave. 1UJJ
; 5 FOR
; jl2 WORDS
; (ALL' KINDS).
J JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0558
.Write Box L, Balboa, CA
Hours 8 to 12. 1:30 to 9
Saturdays 8 a.m. to noon.
After hours Pan S-1050
! Educational Life,
Automobile. Fire, etc
ntucMlTK IAXTER. S. A.
Packen ShippeW Movere
lihenoa 2- 2451 22562
PANAMA HIDING SCHOOL
Riding iumpine Clattet daily
J I 5 a.m. Phsne 2-2451
r by appointment.
I : AGENOAS DUZ
Hi Street No. A-TeL M596
Open until 3:88 Jn..
CANAL ZONE TEEN-AGER
Back toicbool with a smart
A pin curl wave you can
Y.M.C:A. Beauty Salon'
) Tel., 2-3671
"Slim Itou flew down" 1
BODY f REDUCING
; McLvr Machines, MMW ;
Stum B(h .!
8 Av. linto AosW' "Z-ttVl
Dr. SCHOIX traimrt tjm nodistj
learn S danced or $15
Cha-Cba-Cha Mereni i Ma-t-
bo Foxtiot .TaiifO
I, 1 BALBOA 423$
HARNETT & DUNN
"'- : ri. .s ill... A..I
M 11 MN.. 1st Tnilr
Ul 11 UnOei V 111 IIUlII
1 'Vlu!!!s of new circulw through' cular, an appointee will be placed
VIENNA, .Sept, 1 (UP) Four.1" so.me 7,000 Regular Army on the promotion list after, and
Hungarian, shot their wayicirmlss,0M H be granted in given the same permanent grade
through the Iron Curtain to free-,"7 tneit ,V!? .y??rs- : I" the most junior officer already
dom in the- West last night, Aus-i. .V0K Woodman, from on the list who has the same or
trim ilc reDorted today.
- ; fiaian lor personnel, and Lt. Col.
The men -ped from Cbmniu-,13- M. Miller, the' Adjutant Gener-nist-domma.fed
Hungary ir. an old ls office, Win meet with repre-
trnck and arrived aohumed in fentatives of aU; Canal Zone units
the Austrian village of Dutzmann-j
aef Kamtolm' M; Prnoe Horvam,
18; Georg Varga1 19r nd Gyula
Bihari, ;20. ".r
Police !aaid the-estfapeei' fired
with two pistols when Communist
Hungarian border guards shot at
them as the truck smashed
through the customs harrier. v
They said the Hungarians asked
political asylum' of Austrian au authorities.
thorities. authorities. ';
19S4 Willys Station Wagon
in; nood 'condition. Price
$1,500 ? easy terras. Call
Eisenmann, phone 2-4505.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
, . QiMtattont by. ,
ARlAt, MATUSSI ASSOCIATES
' Bid Ask
Abattoir Nactonal ...... v
Bane Pldudarlo 418
Bioktnlcon '. .....
Cemento Panama ....... 73
: Ca-recerla National .... It
Chlrlcana da Lecbo ..... 11
Clay co ..................'as
Prat, with Com. .....
DeoUlartoro tiadontl ...
Pre! with dom, .....
rinanxas. S A '
Prat with Com. ...... ', t
ruaria Lux Pret
ruerxa f Lus--Cem. ..
General do Sef urea ...
Panamena da Aeelle ..
PanameAa do fibre .'.
Panamena at Sepirna
HanameAa d .rabce .. m
Teatro Bella vista
rtalro Central ..
., t Commercial Nuiim
FOR SALE: Maytag wathing
machine, good condition, $75.
Ft. Kebbc, Qtn. 955-A. Phone
FOR SALE: )-p. mahofaity
liviai nm nt (natdi kol kol-tarina)
tarina) kol-tarina) $40; PelareM imra
with light mtttt $60; mttal a'k
$15. 2396-D, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Whirlpool Iran.r,
cluxa moJtl, lika naw laat (-
far buy it. Phana 3-5161.
FOR SALE:! baby crib ana
martrats; I bathiaarta; I car
; Mat, I high chair. Phana 2 2-2421
2421 2-2421 Batbaa.
FOR SALE-Ow to trip, Nviaa
roaai tat, lika naw ni athar
haaMhaM article Pharn 3-
poats & Motors
FOR SALE: 18-ft. auxiliary
. tleap "Mitil," -ft. bum, ai.
calltnt condition. Call Rob.rt
Harrto, Albraek 2166 aftar 3:30
p.m., waakfcys. ....
FOR SALEBott, mater, trail trailer,
er, trailer, truck ana! fiihina gear cam cam-Plata.
Plata. cam-Plata. Home 240-B, Gatun, ba- ;
waan and 6 p.m.'
Of Son Birth v -Over
. rnuup- U.. Parker was
cruisine earlv in th mnmma u.
tening to routine reports on hte
police radio. Then he heard his
own car summonded hv- th im.
personal speaKer;K. r
, ; r-of
y t-sr 27. Parker. Congratula Congratulations.
tions. Congratulations. It's a boy. Five tioiinrls .nH
H ounces. Mother and baby doing
fine. The next wdrd' from car 27
was "Out of service at General
Hospital." ; ( ; i
Team Arriving, To Confer
On Army N
Canal Zone on SeP- 3" to con-i
r with area officers on the pro-
ut-i me iepuiy xniei 01
to discuss DA Circular 601-26.
The Circular follows Public
Law 737 (known aa .the Armed
Forces Regular Officer Augmen Augmentation
tation Augmentation Act) providing for an in increase
crease increase in Regular Army officer
strength of almost 19,000 over a
ten-year period. Presidential ap approval
proval approval has already been given to
Increase the Regular Army offi officer:
cer: officer: strength te 39.(00 by July 1,
1963, er 80 per cent of the to total
tal total authorised under the bill.
It is tentatively planned to call
representatives of canal zone u
nits to meetings on both the Paci
fic and the Atlantic sides during
tne visit of cols. Woodman and
Miller. About Oct. 4, the par will
go to- fuerto Klco to continue dis discussions
cussions discussions on the recent Act.
In the near future instructions
will be forwarded to units of the
comn-tPd directing those who
have questions concerning the cir-l
' cular and its provisions to bring'
tno.se questions to the unit repre representative
sentative representative who will meet with the
Department of the Army team
w.. -. the understanding that reore
sentatives will bring up the ques
tion auring the meeting.
However. Col. Woodman and
Col. Miller will be available for ln-j
terveiws and additional question
ing by people other than unit re representatives
presentatives representatives while they are here.
Circular 601-26 authorised a ma
jor increase in the. com missioned
and provides expanded procure
iuh of the Regular Army
ment authority to accomplish it.
it foresees appo.ntmtnt of "sev
eral thousand" officers within the
next two years with the specific1
purpose of filling gaps in. the pres
ent structure. .: 4
Applications for appointment un-
der this Circular may be made at
any time during the period of Oct
J, 1956, through, Jan. 31, 1957.
Appointments ar to be made
In all permanent grades from
second lieutenant through colo colonel.
nel. colonel. Any officer, appointed mutt
be of an age whereby he c a n
comp'ete total af 20 years ac active
tive active federal commissioned terv
ice in-the Army prior to reach
ing h'i 55th birthday.
The chief sourc of the 7,000 new
Regular Army appointments is ex
pectod to- be the 40,000 reserve,
component olficers now on active
FOR SALE: 1955, Dadga Royal
V-S, automatic trantmiuion, w-a-w
tiraa, radio. Apt. 4J-G, Ca-
c Solita. x 1
FOR SALE: 1954 ChoTrolo
"Dal. Ray," laathar interior, law -mileage,
radio, power elide, ei ei-.
. ei-. callent condttioa. Coca Sola 190
FOR SALE: 1953 BelAir Sport
Coupe. .One owner, undercoated,
radio, excellent condition. Navy
FOR SALE: 1947 Cadillac se sedan,
dan, sedan, at H, $100. See Mr. Zappi,
Smoot y Parades, S.A.
FOR SALE: 1949 Hudioa te te-daai,
daai, te-daai, ai a, $75. See Mr. Zappi,
Smoot y Parades, S.A. ;
FOR SALE. I94S Studcbaker
Champion tedan, aa hi, $100. Sea
Mr.. Zappi, Smoot y Parades, S.A.
FOR SALE -l 948 Fraxar sedan,
a it. $100. See Mr. Zappi.
Smoot y Pare del, S.A.
FOR SALE: '53 Ford Cuitom Cuitom-.
. Cuitom-. line R.H., tttt covert, excellent
' mechanical condition. Telephone v
BS146 or S7254, Qtn. 46-K,
-Coca Solito. :,;,.;.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
210 Seriet V-S, radio, 4-door,
$1700. Phone 84-6139 Kobbe,
days. '' H v
FOR SALE: 1955 Studebaker
4-door tedan, good condition,
$1200. Call Albrook 16-7193.
'FOR SALE: 1946 Ford Tudoi
Motor, body in excellent condi
tion. Duty paid Call Panama 3 3-2411,
2411, 3-2411, ;:,.
FOR SALE.- 1953 Ford con convertible
vertible convertible tan with black top. Call
Quarry Heightt 5187.
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac 2 2-deor
deor 2-deor tedan, S-cylinder, standard
trantmiuion. Original owner,
excellcat condition, extrar. Own Owner
er Owner leaving country. Call 3-0898.
FOR SALE-j 4-burnr Florence
gat tto' excellent condition, ;
$65. R, H. Wilier, 21 II -A 5th
.Street, Curundu. Phone Curundu
ew Officer Plan
Under the nrnvi.finni nf t.h rtr.
greater service credit and who
has not been passed over for a
permanent position. Officers on ac
tive duty when appointed to the
Iicgular Army will not have their
temporary grade changed. Appli
cants must have a minimum of two
years college credit or satisfacto
ry completion of the educational
reqirements test (except for hold
ers ol toe Medal of Honor or the
Distinguished Service Medal). All
appointees will be fully qualified
to be Regular Officers and only
the best qualified will be selected
to meet the Army's requirements.
Sources of applicants will be
officers on active duty In the
Active Army; officers of Re-
serve components who served on
active duty as commissioned of officers
ficers officers in the Army or any of Its
components after Doc. 6, 1941,
excluding tours of active duty 90
days or less; and individuals not
now holding a commission but
who served on active duty in a
commissioned status in the Ar Army
my Army after Dec. 1941.
, Selection will be centralized and
will be .made by boards of ma
ture officers working under the su supervision
pervision supervision of the Chief, Career
Management Division, TAbO,
Complete requirements may be
found in circular 601-16, dated
Christmas In July
Hit With Orphans
WHEELING, W. Va. (UP) -I
Christmas in July came to chil children
dren children in this city's five orphanages
with such success that Santa
Claus will be around twice
year from now on.
l About 300 ornhans stuffed them-
selves with hot does, cake and
soda pop at a party given by
Veterans of Foreign ; Wars post
Santa Claus, looking unseasonal
In his red winter outfit under the
hot summer sun, lost none of his
jollity giving away a loa do! toys
tPian VAIItltfefdnrtt -
VFW Vice Commander Cliff Wa-
tefs said that his post plans to
make Christmas in July a yearly
A...., '"PI, .mhnn. Bat. Int nf
jCICIIl. i JW vidimus, ftv. m -w. w.
attention at Christmas and none
during the rest of the yi-ar," he
said. Waters hopes that -the idea
might catch on with other VFW
posts around the country.
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL CZ.
FOR SALE. Three Red Flnchet
te crett with canary and bread
red canaries. Phone Panama 1-
FOR SALE: Naw steel effico
furniture at 20 off retail
price. Call 3-6811, 1-6631 of office
fice office heurt.
SALE. Take advantage of
greatly reduced price in quality
men't Sport Shirt and furnish- -e
ingt, ladiat' and childran't wear,''
El Siglo, 85 Central Avenue.
FOR SALE: Steam, iron $5,
90 fishing reel $10; Italian
- dithat, larvice for I, $15; mu mu-aic
aic mu-aic ttand $1; electric tandwich
rill $5; 12" iron tkilltt $1;
maa't bowling thoet, tixe 10 and
' woman't bawling ihoot, tixe S
for $2.50 each; 15-hp. 25-cy-cle
electric mater $2. 6234-8,
Boqueron Street, Lea Riot, CZ.
FOR SALE; 1953 Fard Victoria
Hardtop, perfect condition;
Wcttinghoute refrigerator, 25-'
cycle, uied 18 montht, freexer
acroit top. Houta 56I6-D, Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. Phena 2-4288. ; r f ;
FOR SALE: Upright plana
$150; alia violin. Curundu HtK
Phona 3280. i
Dr. Wandehaka Medical Clinic, Clinic,-'
' Clinic,-' day-night tervice, appetite Chat)
Bank, Phana 2-3479 Panama.
WANTED, PARTNER: I have
'wonderful butinet attabllihad
many yean. Lacking capital to
expand, needing an active part partner
ner partner with capital. Write thit pa pa-i
i pa-i par: "Partner
FOR SALE: Detk, mahogany,
, $15; tingle bed $6. t Houtr
2256-B Carr St. phona Balbea
. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS NON-FERROUS MET METALS
ALS METALS FOR SALE: Sealed bidi,
for opening in public, will be re received
ceived received until 10:30 a.m Sep September
tember September 14, 1956, In the office
of Superintendent af Storehoui-
et, Balbea, far' approximately
447,500 pound af Nen-Ferrout
Metalt located at Section "I,"
Balboa Storehouse, telephone 2 2-3110.
3110. 2-3110. Invitation Ne. 295 may
ba obtained from the above
source, or from eHice af Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent of Storeheutet, tele telephone
phone telephone 2-1815. -, : ,, ..
FOR SAL- One 25-gah gat
hot water 'heater "Hotitraam,"
and' one violin in excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Call 3-0710.
Panama Firm Wins
CZ Removal Conlracl
. A contract for the removal of
shelving in the former storage
building of the Maintenance Divi'
sion on Gaillard Highway in An An-con
con An-con has been awarded to Deposi Deposi-to
to Deposi-to La 111, of Panama. The contract
also provides for the transporta transportation
tion transportation of the rhefving and accesso accessories
ries accessories ot the Sotrehouse Division.
Bids for this work were opened
recently at Balboa Heights with
two bidders entering offers. Bids
were asked on the basis of the
sneiving ana accessories remain
ing the property of the Panama
Canal Company, or that of the
contractor. --ir--f -'-V:-
Lalli entered an offer of S350
with the shelving remaining the
property of the Canal Company.
'the building to be stripped of
shelving is located between TivoQ
Commissary and the Motor Trans
portation Division. It was former
ly used by the Maintenance Divi Division
sion Division for the' storage of heavy
Vital To Business
CHfCAGO (TJP) Install
ment buyin? and the sales of
home furnishings are closely tied
together according to the presi
dent of the National Retail
r urmlure Association. -. .
"Any substantial Increase in
home furnishings sales during the
final half of 1956 will.be in direct
proportion to the growth of fnstal
ment selling," said F. R. Houlihan!
of Cambridge, Mass. j ;
Houlihan said he doesn't believe
the American consumer has yet
reachec his ultimate credit poten
"In m. own scores 94 per cent
of our customers are paying for
as they use
them, he said
Aside from the installment pic-
hire, Houlihan feels retail sales
for 1956 won 1 go lar above those
- "At best, the typical retail store
will end un the year with sales
three to six per cent above. those,!
of last year,'r he said. J
. FOR tlUT
ATTENTION I U Jutt baiM
tee dew faniitbod apartments, 1,'
2 bod roe me, hot, cold wales
Phana Panama 3-44 1.
FOR RENTj Beautifully, com completely
pletely completely furnished apartment, Be Bella
lla Bella Yiita, Mexico Ave 69, near
43rd Street. Phone 3-0553.'
FOR RENT: Modem apartment. A
unfurnished or completely fur-'.
nithed with linen and diihet, at
El Cangrejo. 2 bedroom, 2 bath-
1 room, dining-living room, maid's
reem with bath, all screened, ga garage
rage garage and hot water. Phona: buti-
boar 2-0321; after buti-
FOR RENT: Fumitbed apart apartment,
ment, apartment, including refrigerator.
Goad turroundingt, screened,
$55. No. 112 Via Balitarie Pe Pe-rrae,
rrae, Pe-rrae, near Raetevelt Theater. )
FOR RENTs 2-bedroom apart-'
ment with bat water. Expeticien,.
Bella Vitta, Ave. Cuba, comer,
No. 58. Phone 3-3329.
FOR RENTr 2-bedraent apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, hot water, garage, etc.
New reiidential tettlement, San San-tuario
tuario San-tuario Nacienal Street, $110,
Phone 3-6807 or 2-3397.
FOR RENT: Apartment, fur furnished,
nished, furnished, 2 bedroom, maid's room,
screened, hot water, telephone,
l: J:. I L. i i
linen, imin, pvrvn, vwfl.
very clean. Bella Vista, Calle Ce-
Umbia No. 5, Apt, 6. 2-1891,
FOR RENT: Ground floor of
houta recently constructed. 172
Via Parr, factag Gelf Club en
FOR RENT: Nice coal apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished, cleec to service
station, commissary, theater, San,
Francitce. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT- Furniithad aparti
ment, $65. Military iintpectad.
Via Perrai 99. Phone 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Comfortable a a-partmant.
partmant. a-partmant. screened, all madam
eonveniences. Newly painted, 2
bedrooms. Phona 3-5443. Ave:
Cuba No: 36-39.'
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom fur-
nithed apartment. Carrastjuilla
637. Phone 3-2737. $60.
FOR RENT: Modem twe-bed-i
ream apartment, maid's reem,
garage, hat water, front terrace
for September 15th. In Camp)
Alogre opposite the Raymond
Clinic building. Call 3-3421.
FOR RENT. Two-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Carratsjuille
437. Phone 3-2737, $60.
FOR RENTi Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. North American noigh noigh-bort,
bort, noigh-bort, frequent transportation,
$50. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT- 2-bedroom apart apart-mnf,
mnf, apart-mnf, living room with kitchen,
hot water. 2nd St., Partilla Ave.
Ne: 204 (beck ef Parades Hnes.
warehouse). Phone 2-2606.
AF Plane A7i!h 11
.&Ei Alaska ;; ;
ANCHORAGE. Alaska. SeoL lJ
(UP) An Air Force B50 bomber
with 11 men aboard crashed on ani
isiuuu in uie ousima mver anout
50 miles north of here yesterday.
An air-rescue helicopter reported
: aeverat ooaies were louna at the
scene."-;'';-: :--A'-.- ,s:--v. .-.c:
The crash was tha thiM die-
aster in Alaska this week.
The Air Force at Elmendorf Air
Force Base here said the plane
was from the 58th Weather Re-
connaisance squadron at Eielson
Air rorce Base Fairbanks.
The crash occurred about a,m.
the Air Force said.
. A. ground party of military
personnel, and terrlterlal police
wee believed to have roachul the.
scene emi helicopters from the
71st Air Rescue Squadron here
landed en the island shortly a
tor S p.m. yesterday:
mere were bodiM fmmt th.
Air torce said, but the number
was hot revealed. ; ;,
An air-rescUe plane which" flew
over the crash reported smoke
still, was. coming from the wreck wreckage
age wreckage of the big four-engined bomb bomber,
er, bomber, used, for tracking, weather on
a, triangular; course out of the
Aleutian isianos up to Point Bar
row. and back to Eielson AFB.
Yesterday's crash wax th:
ond in less than 30 hours in Alaska
A Canadian Pacific Airliner with
22 persons aboard crashed at Cold
nay on tne Alaskan peninsula yes yesterday
terday yesterday killing 15 persons.- I
Earlier this week eisht mm h.il.
ed out of a tanker plane near here
ana seven oi mem were missing
and feared to have perished in
the icy waters of Cook Inlet.
Brings Back Teeth
GOSHEN, Inc. (UP) Ralph
ouwci,. immercuu artist,:
rushed to the hardware store of
mi. sin i
em navse, oo,. witn a serious
problem. ; Mayse, who is also a
skin diver, soon had everything
under control. He retrieved Bow
er's false teeth from 20 feet of
water in a gravel quarry,
FOR RENT: Army inspected,
furnished, one bedroom, all con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Across Ancon buaataf)
No. 17-18 Fourth af July Ave.
. FOR RENT: Furniihod room en
4th of July Ave. For informa information
tion information call 2-5026 Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished roam,
private bath, private entrance,
Bella Vitta, $45. Phana 3-1648.
CURUNDU: Ann Lattia School
ef Dance beginning new term,
Sept. 6th. Registration Sept. 3rd,,
3 to 5 p.m. Now Taenege Club
building. Phone Balboa 2-4415.
COCOLI. Ann Lattia School of
Dance opening new classes, be beginning
ginning beginning Sept. 4. 2:30 end 3:30.
Cocoli Clubhouse Media, 2nd
floor. Residence phone 2-4415.
Read Estate 1
FOR SALE- Lett. 17th Street
Ne. 32, Ria Abaje and Saa Far.
nando. Kerosene refrigerator.
As Fai2il 6ro3
CoLTsSry By Edi!:r
TORONTCV Sent. 1 rrni
Canada Is the "fastest g rowing;,
musi mteiugentiy planned in industrial
dustrial industrial country In the world,"
Louis B. Seltzer, editor of the
Cleveland. Press,, said yesterday.
seiiaer said at Canadian Na National
tional National .Exhibition D 1 r er.tora'
luncheon that "Canada Is ex
ploding into the same world
leadership as the United States
did 50 years ago,
He said he honed Canada
would be nrenared as the its.
had not been to assume her role
in international affairs. He add added
ed added that the US. f'had atumbled
and faltered, sometimes atupldly
through the labyrinth of Inter International
national International affairs,"
"Are you prepared to assume
your responsibilities as a great
industrial and technological na nation?"
tion?" nation?" he asked. "Can you disas
sociate yourselves from a provin provincial
cial provincial attitude which goes with a
Seltzer recently returned from
a 20,000-mlle tour of several Eu
"I look with increased aston astonishment
ishment astonishment and admiration at the
Job Canada is doing for herself,
luc uriusn commonwealth and
uie woriay ne saw. (
Mired PC Worker,
Diss la Fl:riia
News of the. death ef Wait
B. Tragsdorf, retired Canal em employe,
ploye, employe, was received vesterriav hv
friends on the Isthmus. The ca
me message from St Petersburg
Fla- where' Mr. Trasrsdorf had
been livlne. did not e-ivn the
time or date of death but friends
here believe that death occurred
Wednesday night He was 60
Mr. Traesdorf beean hi ra
nai career In 1918 aa ... a nnxtai
clerk In Cristobal, a few months
later ne transferred to the Re
ceiving and Forwarding Agency
-"wb wo ocitcu auring tne DUlo.
ui aa years oere.v .
;From June, 1927, until Janu January,
ary, January, 1929, he was with the Com
missary Division as a foreman,
but then returned to the Receiv Receiving
ing Receiving and Forwarding Agency. At
the time of his retirement In
September, 1950, he held the
position of Accounting Clerk
wan uie R.sirjL.
Mr. Tragsdorf was active In
fraternal affairs. He was a Ma.
son and a member of the Ben Ben-rvolent
rvolent Ben-rvolent and protective Order of
Survivors Include a sister, Mrs.
A. E. Russell, of Neliisville, Wis.
which was Mr. Tragsdorf 's birth'
place, and a nephew, William B.
Tragsaon, of La Joiia, cai.
Say Robbery Trio
MEXICO CITY, Sept 1 (TP) (TP)-Three
Three (TP)-Three thieves who specialized in
looting tnurches told pouce today
they always knelt at the altar and
prayed before committing a
Ernesto Rul. Enrique Diaz and
Salvador Monrony said they were
sure all was forgiven because
"god is too occupied ; with Euro European
pean European affairs to pay any attention
Spend year week end at Rio
Mar, the beat bathing beach in
the. Republic, with all -canva-ieneea.
Moderate prices. The
eaanagement it anxioua te
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach haute. One mile peat Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balbea 1866."
HIU.IPS Oaeenaide Ottatet,
hate Owe. Be 435, llbae.:
BEACHS1DE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel' comfortable houses.'
Phone Thompson Balbea 1 772.
FOR RENT: ALL OR PART OF
WAREHOUSE FORMERLY OC OCCUPIED
CUPIED OCCUPIED BY "TERMINATES PA PANAMA,
NAMA, PANAMA, S.A; ON MARTIN SO SO-SA
SA SO-SA STREET. FOR INFORMA-
TION CALL PANAMA 3-7111.
.Wanted to Buy
WANTED: large dog, house
trained, good with children, but
suitable for watch dag. Pleate
call Panama 3-1822.
WANTED: 4 used 600x16
tires.: Balbea 3337, .. )
WANTEDS-Mald to cook and
clean, preferably sleep in. Call :.
tot day i:i
A new look" In bit-scale outdoor melodrama n iwa
te describe the Superscope-technicolor production "GREAT
DAY IN THE MORNING," coming on Thursday B at the
' LUX, Heralded as n Innovation both In story and picto pictorial
rial pictorial departments, the widely anticipated film co-stars Vir Vir-rinta
rinta Vir-rinta Mayo. Robert Stack and Ruth Roman. "GREAT DAY
IN THE MORNING" has for its backdrop the magnificent
scenic wonderland of the Rocky Mountains. Action ef the
film takes place against towering vistas p0.r pn pn-tographed
tographed pn-tographed for any motion picture. "GREAT DAY IN THE
'MORNING" containselements of hazardous adventure, ro romance
mance romance and sustained excitement See this production AT,
THE LUX ON THURSDAY 8.
SH1ATRA DOES IT AGAIil
SUPERB IN UESTEnil ROLE
Frank Sinatra has chalked up another one: SUrrtng
In "JOHNNY CONCHO," which OPENS ON ULUMiiUAi
5th AT THE CENTRAL; Sinatra plays a role as fonip'fjy
different from his last film (that of the drug eddict in "The
Man With The Golden Arm") as it is possible for two roles
to be and he plays it with equal vitality, understanding
- and sympathy although the character could not be term termed
ed termed a sympathetic one). But the big news is that "JOHNNY
CONCHO" is a western and Sinatra plays his first gun gun-totin'
totin' gun-totin' role. Not only that, but he fits his boots and saddles
with more realistic vigor than many a veteran of the hrd hrd-ridin?,
ridin?, hrd-ridin?, fast-shooting epics. "JOHNNY CONCHO C1XN3
AT THE CENTRAL ON WEDNESDAY 5th,
FOR RENT Concrete chalet, 8
bedrooms, recently painted, large
kitchen, many clotett, modern
bathroom, 2 perches, hot water, -maid'l
room with bath, gtrape s
fencad yard, good noighben Vie
Ferret 91-B. v , v
FOR RENT Concrete shaletl j
bedrooms, large kitchen, clotett,
bathroom, hot water installation, f
gangs, porch, parlor dining
room, tcreentd, iron bar,' Tale
fhona 3-3226. .
LOST &: FOUND
. LOST -Pearl necklace and pear)
brooch with white atones. In front
Tahiti Jewelry Store. Reward for
. returning to Joyerie Tahiti.
WANTED: Maid live in, cook.
ing, children. 'Speak tome Eng Eng--
- Eng-- lest. 790-D, Balbea.
FOR SALE-: Meter Scooter
Cushman. Now motor pairs, ;
newly, painted, perf running'
condition $150. Phone. Balboa
. FOR SALE4- B.S.A. motorbike,
' good condition. Information call
' Phone Navy 3994. ';
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TZTZ PANAMA ACTEICAN AN rSTFITXrrXT TA!1T NTSTSPAFEX
.MrSICA EN LA
- Also: . .
IXTRAJE DE AMOR
witrr Armando Calvo
THE BOLD AND
TARZAX AM) THE
with TONY MARTIN and
Late Show Saturday:
with Brian Donlevy ,,
Mario Lanza Sarita Monflel
in great picture filmed in
Cinemascope and Tecrnicolor
- and ,.
Gary Cooper, in
f TTfE COURT MARTIAL' 1
Of BILLY MITCHELL
with Van Heflin
-ACT OF LOVE
with Kirk Douglas
Chapters 3 and 4
E X P O SE D
" By OSWALD JACOSY
Written for NEA Service
,' : ...(.. .... 't.M, hf U.t Pal, OB.
I think geraniums are prettier!
U by Erakine Johmon Jif)
CL'B SCOtJTS KIBITZ 1 A group of eight Canal Zone cub scouts from Den 2, Pack 2. visit visited
ed visited The Panama American yesterday accompa nied by their den mothers, Mrs. W. T. Bleakley
and Mrs. H. Summerford. The boys are watchlntr the typesetter in the newspaper plant.
Left to right tie: Ruark Summerford, Scott Gordon, Bruca Yuzna, Billy Bleakley, Steve,
Diamond, Ranee Papcun and George Ellis. La ter the boys were taken on a tour of the Pres Presidential
idential Presidential Palace and completed their busy, morning with luncheon a? the Union Club. Ac Accompanying
companying Accompanying the group were Mrs. Papcun, Mrs. Gordon and Police Officer W. T. Bleakley.
NEA .Staff Correspondent
Irksine Johnsen ht-onvaeation
Erksine' Johnson is on vacation.
During hit abseneey noted movie
and television personalities will
bat for him with truest column.
TodlyV column' h by Betty,
- t ; u
"Spnr" I'.r 'OTi
ture 1 ve V
"It's (aid to be fun when the in income
come income tax man asks you to esti estimate
mate estimate your earnings.. One actor
said if Uncle Sam could tell him
what his film would earn in Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo he could then approximate
His take -by" multiplying the square
root of the number of slaps m-im?
favorable reviews and dividing by
(NEA) .-Hhe number of stars given ; by
u the' first PK'-!c"'fof in"re 1
Army School's Auto Course
Praised By13 LA Students
Enthusiasm and the belief thatjeo, ,both of Uruguay, and 2d Lt
their efforts are leading to ereater Roberto i-scobar Garcia ot fct
accomplishments have won for 13' Salvador.. : -',
Latin American Army officer sta- ne slue nt are divided Into
tri-lT? i in' away Muciutij ji-i.im u s, i :u
'ecbra. I've only been brushing up 'estate -for a percentage;, L co.tq
on percentages and learning
use a;-style ruie;. ,'!-;) t: '
You havo to thtso days, s.mce
Hollywood bivontod ;tha) 'Iporcont 'Iporcont-ago
ago 'Iporcont-ago dial" for .actor. Instead of a
salary thay givo you-i carfare,
lunch monry anch aoirtothing Ihay
call.''f .poretntago.")Thi moan
you'ttf a big porcontago of tha;
hoadacbaa and a small oarcontago
of the profits. lfs' a sort. : of;
do-it-yourself CPA courss.
' Jnside jour "script you carry a
Sad fof -figuring -production costs. costs.-:
: costs.-: the : makeup man is using too
much "pancake; you remind jum
it's your money, he's, squandering
and tell him to make up only the
side of your "face .nearest the
Later You Add Up the box-office
gross, subtract, the distributor's
share and the exhibitor's costs.. If
anything's -left, you fight over
that. What you get goes to your
aeent.' But you ve had tne experi
ence of .keeping books and worry-
ins like a partner
, Soma actors have made a for
tune simply by making eno pie
tura and multiplying 10 par. cent
by 44,000,000. Soma haven't made
enough, to pay for thair pencil
Tha real, gamblers Stake every
thing on their percentsgo. Others
demand a cash guarantee end a
smaller percentage. 'They figure a
dollar in hand is worth two m the
my. 1941 Jngn school; class reunion
atier 15 years of romantic -inactivity,
45 per cent. older,. ahd start
playing the percentages. .
i While some j other .mbced-up
characters .are; straightening-, out
their lives in 24 hours, I get 100
per cent of Dana Andrews and go
utf - witn n.hun to increase., aud
multiply,, : -.. k. ., 4 , j
- "Spring Reunion" is a pbifenant
dramatic role for me.. Although I
torch- "That Old Feeling,"., there's
only about 10 per cent of the old,
mad Hutton in U. 1 quit pictures
because the studios offered me
scripts that only a SO per cent
paranoiac would play. This one,
scripted by Elick Moil and Writer-
Director Robert Pirosh, figures to
do welP (according to Producer
Jerry Bresler who figures per
dents in the U. S. Army's Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean School quick praise from U-i
nited States instructors. ;
Representing eight countries, the
men are members -of the Auto Automotive
motive Automotive 4 Division Motor Officer's
omirsp' now beinif conducted for
th si-i-nnd time bv the School un
it rr the command oroionei umcs
i Vprrv. f'oiTimandatit. U.- S.. Army.i
Althougi themes are out ift men men-fifth
fifth men-fifth week of instruction, Captain
Fernando T. Davila, Chief,. Auto
motive Division, said this group of
student officers is "outstanding."
The Automotive Division trains
selected Latin American Army
officers In automotive mainten maintenance,
ance, maintenance, inspection, servicing, ad ad-Justing,
Justing, ad-Justing, renair and replacement
of comixnents ar.d assemblies on
mlliatry wheeled vehicles. T h e
ktudcMf also receive irwtrivtion
in driving engine rebuilding. ; a;
-Cap' am Davila said the stude-sl?
are, so ir.tcrested in their subject
matertal that it was necessai
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Latest yAn Inspector ; Calls'
three groups, eschvwith a.i in
structor. A senior non-commissioned
officer of the school it
chief instructor for the class
while they art 1 in the engine
Students are given sufficient
class room theory before they
are permitted to work on the en
gines and the Vehic!rs,"so that J
they have the background know knowledge
ledge knowledge to rely on when they be begin
gin begin tlieir practical work.' '
One student, Lt Gome Pascual,
of Cuba said, "I am satisfied with
Britania To Sponsor
Club Britania of Troop 11. Inter
national Boy Scouts of the Canal
ZortC, will sponsor a series ot ta talent
lent talent shows during .the month of
September; the first of which will
be held at the La Boca theater on
Sept, 8 commencing at 5:15 p.m.
Preceding this show will be a
popular movie on the s c r e e n.
Scouts and cubs of the troop are
presently undergoing studies on
life saving and first aid methods.
fancy drilling and olher scout
crafts, for exhibitions
nights shows are held.
How would you play the South
hand at a contract of six hearts?
Plan the play, beginning with
West's opening lead of the eight
of spades. ;
You mustn t take the spade fi
nesse at the first trick! Play the
low spade from the dummy, al allowing
lowing allowing East to win the trick with
the ten. When East returns a club,
go right up with the ace of clubs.
,You refuse both finesses, since
you intend to rely on a reasonable
diamond break. The odds are al almost
most almost five to one in favor of the
fair break in diamonds, but are
only even on each of the finesses.
At the third trick, you take the
king of hearts. You can atford to
draw one round of trumps before
proceeding. Next you take the ace
and king of diamonds. When both
opponents follow both times, you
are home. .''v:'';V
You ruff a diamond with a high
trump, get to dummy with the ace
of trumps, ruff another diamond
with a high trump, and draw
West's last trump. Now you can
get to dummy with the ace of
spades to cash the last diamond,
This assures the slam..
It would be a mistake to finesse
the queen of spades at the first
trick because East would win with
the king of spade and would re return
turn return the jack of spades. This
would knock out the eventual' en entry
try entry to the diamonds.. You would
have to fall back on the club fi
nesse, and you would go down
Seats to on sale today for The
Theatre Guild's production of "An
pen on Sept. 10 for performanc
es. Written by England s famous
playwright, J. B. Priestley, "An
Inspector Calls" is one of the
most novel -and unusual mystery-
fantasies of many seasons. First
produced in London nine seasons
ago, its Broadway production' was
an immediate hit, as directed by
Sir Cedric Hardwicke and s t a r r-ring
ring r-ring Thomas Mitchell and Melville
Frank Plencher, who is direct directing
ing directing The Theatre Guild's produc production
tion production of the play, which is now near near-ing
ing near-ing the end of the rehearsal, pe
riod, reports that the problems
ne upas nimseu ncea wun in ue
preparation of the play rest not
so much with "staging" as with
"We have ne insurmountable
technical or mechanical prob problems
lems problems In this production," he
says, "nor do we have to worry
about offstage shets, sliding pan panels,
els, panels, clues or mysterious faces at
the window the usual miscella miscella-his
his miscella-his of the ordinary, "whodunit.'
Our problem In "An Inspector
Calls" Is mostly one of meed, j
and the presentation of the au-
trier's ideas clearly and believ- j
ably." ,-. i
He adds: "Since the, action of
the play takes place in a single
evening, and the characters, lis
well as they play's subject matter,
must start their development with
the first curtain, and continue to
build until the final curtain, it is
very important that nothing be in introduced
troduced introduced into the action which
might serve to break the mood the
author wants to create,'' .-
"An Inspector Calls" differ"
from the ordinary mystery play in
mure ways than merely by the ab absence
sence absence of trick mechanical effects,"
There has been no murder in the
conventional sense, nor is there an"
arrest, for the crime, once it has
been discovered. But, for those
who believe that reaponsibility for
crime must be accompanied by re retribution,
tribution, retribution, Frank Plencher assures
you that the criminals in "As In Inspector
spector Inspector Calls" -do not go unountitv
ed, but rather their self-infilctf 4 -punishment
is tar more severe
than. the justice which an ordinary,
court could dispense., v
Reservations may be made by
calling -Mrs, Dorothy Welsh, Bat.
60c. TODAY 30c.
Shows: 1:15, 3:15, 1:00, :10
Weekend Release Attraction!
Naples sings ... Dances
- And Lives Its Beauty
: SOFIA LOREN
- and the voice of
V BEMAMLNO GIGLI h.
, Corrusel Napolitano
"'.-.' ;- In TECHNICOLOR!
on the when if failed.
Other dates on which the shnw
will he held .are Sqpt, 6, 15, 22,
Neighborhood Commis a i o n e r
Clive M. R, Bailey cordially ex
tends a cordial invitation to all
ttidk AAiiPoa 1 tsm MnAiiiinrt let this parents and other interested indi
.rhnni h,.!,,. it ,mhri-M all the viduals to, attend, these, shows, st
needed knowledge for the accom accomplishment
plishment accomplishment of my duties as a motor
officer.".- .v ",', --.-.'v.
Captain Davila said students
readify fall into friendship with
each other.-"It is not long before
you see the Venezuelan seeking
the Cuban and the Cuban seeking
the Bolivian." he said.
, The students themselves bear
this out. Part of the final analysis
which regular prices of admission
will prevail. A more complete de-4
tail and the description of partici
patns,will be made ina subse
quent issue of this paper.
For Oddfellows ;;
Set For Tomorrow
Luke wiu celebrate holy commu- nued social coverage unless they
nion at St. Peter's Church, La Bo- haonen to fall Into tha small
tea, 'tomorrow morning, and the cepted groups.- The benefits under
service win Degin ai o; .m..m- the new law also will be the de-
nf tha vsliia nf thn instruction eiv-
take steps t slow them down 'when' en Dy the Divisions' of the school
School nmnictors compiamcu t-u-a,, De determined in letters lorm lorm-f!pnis
f!pnis lorm-f!pnis wtre eo persisted Jn their)e. fitUfints have written after Ihev
questioning that there was no time. return to, their home countries. Order of Oddfellows Manchester
lor res", j-cnuus uwku
A memorial service for depart
ed members of the Independent!
..i IC J
lo C3 Cc!;Lr;:::J
At La Boca Church
TbV Very Rev. Mainert J. Peter
son, dean of the cathedral of S
Dale Under Law
The services have been ordered
by the Defense Department to no
tify members of the Armed Forces
planning voluntary retirement of
the possible advantages Public
Law S8l (the survivors' Benefit
bill) might bring them after Jan.
l of next year, x
The directive also permits all in
dividuals to extend the date of
their retirement after Aug., 1 this
year to Jan. 31, 1037 upon request
in order to qualify for Social Se
curity through the new legisla
This means that some 640 serv
icemen who would otherwise be
involuntarily retired between Aug
1 and Dec. 31, 1936, will be given
an opportunity to continue on ac
live duty to preserve their rights
to Social Security coverage under
U. nA . h
Under -existing law, tlmse retir
ing cannot use tneir ibO wage
credits except in limited condi
tions which cover few cases.
Career officers and enlisted men
who normally would be retired be
tween now and the first of the
year? when the. new law goes into
effect consequently would be ; del
prived of the advantage of conti-l
1:00 4:10 :2 -8:38
TOMORROW- V MONDAT ; 4
Capt.. Jacinto Torales of Para
These letters say over and over a-i Unity, will be held at their ball 3
in "Thinilr vnii, onri nntii the D.m., i tomorrow ; k
bonds of friendships fromed while
centages, tw) and while i haven't ; fiuav sai(i, "l am .enchanted ,wh. thjr uthors were at the School
ItAan a n. t.n, .nMinh 4.. Mall U J P. : 4 i 41, ft f T Ml . . .
been away long enough to call it a
"come-back," I'll at least have to
take back the emotional things I
once said : about quitting : show
Especially since this percentage
business looks so good. I hope to
go on making pictures as long as
the '' decimal system lasts. In
"Spring Reunion" I nostalgically
wear a dress I wore T5 years ago.
It still fits because fortunately I
watched my figure. ;
Now I'm watching my figures,
Shows: 1:00 3:33
- :06 1:3 p-m.
'I .. mill,'
ipM,i TK.I--1 l-d 1
, V ft n..iein
j-.; 1, hiM1V y V i-
&' ' '
; V x annum Kcnma
. : tmmm ...
' 12:45 2:24 4:35"
: :46 8:57 p.m.
- FOR ALL!"
Tf -; '-
if ; w
Rev. Allan R. Wentt will deliver
the memorial addre, and all
thn rnnflhlft and eliicicni, i
instructors. Besides the knowledge
of mcchnnics, I consider Verj ve- .J'
ry imiwrtant the nrotnernooa uc-
wAon officers of different coun
tries with whom one strengthens
the democratic spirit of our Amer America"
While in' their fifth week of in'
traction, the students were iaughv
engine- tuntup procedures a ia
.vere Wfing with hve-eng -icj.
learnhig hw to check anything
irOm P,S'0U piB"t,.w .w-r-i.-
rcgulaiors. J '
Later in the course the tu
dents wltl completely disassem disassemble
ble disassemble and then reassemble the ve
hicle motors. They will een
drive vehicles which they have
disassembled ana reassmo... i
The sV'-Jfnts who are enrobed
in this class which ends De
195G and the countries they repre represent
sent represent are U. Miguel Angel Avoroa
Montano and Lt. Miguel Munoi
Ponce, both of Bolivia; and Capt Capt-...
... Capt-... luorfm OfTiiRta VUlulbeitia of
-a'so 2d U Alvaro Valverde Diai
.-a A i t Rsfnel Anecl Mendel
i Padina, both of Costa Rica; 1st Ct
!jose M. A. Gomex y PascuaLof
iCuba; and Capitan -Jacinto Mora Morales.
les. Morales. Lt Juan J. Gonzales Noguc Noguc-I
I Noguc-I arid U. Juan Crosm Sanchez,
.ii .r Paramav.
I ,The otters are Lt Martin Sano-.
ia Medina of venexueia; w -uu
ii Raul Luis Barloc-
NEW YORK, Sept. (UP) -Ralph
Kelly, U.S. commissioner
of custom, said today smugglers
bring more than a ; half million
Swiss watch movements into this
country each year, causingcus-
torn oificiai uitu ; uifcscov "j-"- i
''sailing for a meeting of customs
men in .London, Paris, and Frank Frank-fort,
fort, Frank-fort, Germany, Kelly said 7,000
watch movements were seized yes
terdav aboard a plane in Miami,
Kia., 'in a container marked "ma "machinery"
chinery" "machinery" .
DRIVE-IN Theatre TODAY
A GOOD RELEASE
stead of 10:30.
The change in schedule in occa occasioned
sioned occasioned by the absence of the choir
and priest in charge on a three three-day
day three-day retreat to Santa Clara at the
conference center of the Episcopal
cnurcn. , ..-
; Morning prayer for the church
school pupils will start 9:30, half
hour later than usual and will be
Conducted by Ivan E. Haywood,
layreader. Haywood will also say
the office of evening prayer at
On Monday evening the choir
cided benefit of dependents in e-
vent of an active or retired serv serviceman's
iceman's serviceman's death.' ;
Failure to have taken this ac action
tion action now would have discriminated
against servicemen being involun involuntarily
tarily involuntarily retired and might deprive
their widows and children of high higher
er higher benefjtsin the future.'
3d Combo Contest
Featured At JWB
"Continuing its monthlj series of
.... . .k.. ki...
to increase a setisi I of personal ."lbo. eoat3l dances the USO-
dedication among the members. ;WB rmea rprces aervice uen uen-Included
Included uen-Included on the program for the'1! PI,Ment, ,l blr? corb? c?ni
retreat are periods of devotion, Dance' on Sunday beginning i
recreation, work shops, buzs set- 8 P-m., which has been designat designations,
ions, designations, discussions, talks, singing ed as "despedida" nite for service)
and fireside fellowship. ; .personnel ana meir aepenueniai
leaving ine iiuoiu uu uie Jin oi
The contset of the month, limit
ed to service personnel, will fea-
vnijTnr.r.pnBT rnnn: -JiiPwture the selection of the cha-cha
Truffii. Pntmiman HimM Rreip! cha Kin and Queen. Last mounth's
I gave a President a ticket for passJ'Waltz Couple winners were Cpl.
- i ijwL. rt.k. mtA Hfva nrnttnl .TitnffvwirHh An
Ulg a signal ugiii.. ne buiiiiiiujisi ,,... Wu.9.
went to a man named President, other novelty dance,. winner will
Gilliam. also be selected.
nq new kind of virile
J violent, vengeful
, 1 role. ..as
e u toMdk a .1
AltO STAHBINB . I
etOGIt JOHN JOHN RON
CASILE BROMFIELD SMITH RANDELL
I.I.- n..... tKtCUTIVt MODUCCK IHOOUCtO SY OWECTtB SY
MkhsMim AUBREY SCHENCK HOWARD W. KOCH LESLEY SELAN0E
JOHN C. HIGGINJ t DON MARTIN MW!nmaV)HtM(liMi
. with BRIAN DONLEVY
HilVOLIIlE s e performance winner
'; in your carl
In independent road tests against seme of
die toughest mote oil competition on-
(he market, UtvolMt proved far supe superior.
rior. superior. Hwffilubricated engines de delivered
livered delivered more power and pickup .with
better gasoline mileage -stayed mucn
cleaner, too. Hwolitu out-performs
them all, regardless f price! Prove
it yourself. See us today for the best
motor oil your money can buy,
Advmtcii Custom-Mtdt Htvolitte.
.You're welcome at your
v .. -Qeorgsj Gobel
Isj up for grabs and
s Mitzl Gaynor Is out
.to get Wml ',
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M m 9 MW J.
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The story of U.N.I.C.E.F.f
DIABLO 6:15 L 7:55
Dorothv Malone 1
"Good Morning, Miss Dove"
Edmund uraom v ,iz
"THE KING'S THIEF"
"The Lieutenant Wore Skirts"
GATUN t:30 & T;00
"The Long, Long Trailer"
MARGARITA 6:15 A 7:55
Howard Duff i
"THE BROKEN STAR"
CRISTOBAL 6:15 t (:20 1
"Ton're Never Too Young"
Tomorrow & Monday
"Hansel and Grefel"
"One Minnte Te Zero:'
SANTA CRC2 :! & 1:15
"The Treasure Of Pancho
"The Red rianet Mars"
TT3 PANAMA AMTRICAN AN IXDEPEXEJTTT t.ltLT Krrrmrra
SATTr.r ay, ?::::
Applauds 47th Circuit
Blow By Super Slugger
. By FRED DOWN
r VNEVV YORk. SeoLM". (UP) Mickey Mantle's
assatilt on Babe Ruth's home run record hit a new'
peak today in the 'wake of a "command perform
ance", homer for President Eisenhower? V,'
Wr: wispnhowervt)aid a surprise
visit to Griffith Stadium last
night In hopes, of seeing. Mantle
hit a' homer and the slugging
centerfielder came through with
a seventh-Inning blast that pro produced
duced produced the -decisive run in the
New York Yankees' 6-4 victory
over the Washington Senators.
It was Mickey's. 47th and kept
him four games ahead, ot Ruth's
record 1927 pace.
Until"' Mantle's homer, the
president's cheers were directed
primarily at Jim Lemon, a 28-year-old
outfielder from the
staunch Democratic: stronghold
of covington, Va., who drove in
all four Washington runs with
three homers. The president
leaped to his feet and applaud applauded
ed applauded vigorously when Lemon wal walloped
loped walloped his third homer In the
sixth inning td produce a 4-4
tie. '"' -'v--,,:
But the Vg moment came In
the seventh inning when Man Mantle
tle Mantle picked out 1-9 pitch by
Camilo Pascual and blasted M
over the right Held waU. It,
was Mickey's flf th homer of
r the season off Pascual.
Lemon Is the second player to
hit three In "a single game at
Griffith Stadium and won him
a handshake from the president
after the came. jJorDiMagglo
was the first to do lt-in 1950
when the fences were consider considerably
ably considerably farther from home plate,
- The second-place Cleveland
Indians fell 8V2 games behind
the Yankees when they split a
doubleheader with the Chicago
Today Eneanto .35 20
Double In Cinemascope t
Lana Turner in i'
, "DIANK"' :
Robert Taylor In
THE LAST HUNT" V
Today IDEAL .20 .10
Gregory Peck In
. Randolph Scott In
: "FORT WORTH"
Man to Man...Zippo
is the Best Gift of all!
Company,- Bradford, Pa.
P y 0
.(Nightcap on-the house it 4-30 ami 1
George also pjavs the olano
.;10 D.m; 2 a.m. Sun., Tues.. Wed. Thurs:
White' Sox.- Sam Mele's fourth
inning homer enabled Herb
Score to outduel Billy Pierce, 3 3-2.
2. 3-2. in the first game : but the
White- Sox won the second
came. 1-0. when Dick Donovan
out-Ditched Early Wynn and
singled home the big run in the
10th. Wynn had pitched a one one-hitter
hitter one-hitter for nine Innings.
Al Kaline' knocked ; In four
runs with two triples and a sin single
gle single to lead the Detroit Tigers to
a 6-1 win over the Kansas City
Athletics and George Kell hit
two-homers and Gus Trlandos
and Billy Gardner one each as
the Baltimore Orioles outslugged
the Boston Red Sox, 13-6, In
other American League games.
The Milwaukee Braves Increas Increased
ed Increased their National League lead to
2,a games when they beat the
St. Louis cardinals, 6-5 and 5-3.
Jack 1 Dittmer, batting for the
first time this month, singled
home the winning run in the 11 11-inning
inning 11-inning opener while Ed Mathews
collected four hits and drove in
two. runs In the nightcap. Ray
Crone and Taylor Phillips were
the winning pitchers.
' The Brooklyn Dodgers took
advantage of 10 walks to score
a 7-3 triumph over the New
York Giants as Don Newcombe
ga'ned his 22nd victory. Four
walks,' a sacrifice fly Daryl
Spencer's error and singles by
JJm Gilliam and Peewee Reese
enabled the Dodgers to score
five runs and take the lead In
: PJnch-hitter Smokey Burgess
sacrifice flv with the bases filled
j and one out in the last of the
ninth gave the Cincinnati Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs a 4-3 decision over the Chi-
iuhku iuus.. f iann Komnson lea
off the ninth with his 35th hom
r to tie the score after two
I homers by Walt Moryn and one
by Jim King enabled Bob Rush
to carry a 3-2 lead Into the fi final
nal final frame.
Ronnie Kline, honked hv is.
hlt attack, won his 12th declsidn
as the Pittsburgh Pirates beat
the Philadelphia Phillies, 6-3.
Frank .Thomas and Lee walls
led the Pirates'! assault with
three hits- each.
YESTERDAYS STAR Mick"
ey Mantle who hit his 47th
homer for the Yankees.
No Change Reported
For Ailing 'Babe
GALVESTON, Tex., Sept. I
(UP) There1 has been no'
change in the condition of
Babe Didrikson Zahar'as,
spokesman at John Sealy Hos Hospital
pital Hospital said today.
- Her spirits remain high, he
said. The famous woman ath athlete
lete athlete H befcig trented for can cancer
cer cancer and allied ailments.
have you heard
piano bass and drum
v to entertain the late crowd
every Friday and Saturday
midnite to 4:30 a.m. In the
i air conditioned Baihoia Bar.
. By HERBERT MOISE v :
Panama's senior basketball
leaeue is hitting the homestretch
in lis unai scries iuhiku. as uic
, 1 : ; Uf th.
teams begin their second go-around
in the play-off at the National
. So far the league has presented
three double headers) all interest
ing and hard fought games, with
the Balboa outfit under Lucky' Ld Ld-ciani
ciani Ld-ciani taking a one game lead 0-
ver Chesterfield. Panama is two
games out and Gallito Cigarettes
complete the" standing three paces
out having being defeated in three
outings. ; ...
Tonight's double features' de defending
fending defending champions Chesterfield
against their arch rivals. Panama
Cigarettes, who will, tie the Colo Colo-nites
nites Colo-nites for second place should they
be victorious in the first game. In
1 1 .
me nigmcap,: uie senes-senauon
Balboa Beer, will go against Pindi
Perdomo and his hard-luck Gallito
The Chicks lost to Panama last
Monday in one of the season's
most closely fought and discussed
games. Panama managed to score
their winning points with less than
five seconds left to play. The ex
citement was sucn in this game
that it detracted from the tense
first place battle between Chester
field and Balboa that followed
where Balboa outlasted the Green
Smokers 80-to-71. (
As series play stands now. Ches
terfield (to repeat as kings) must
win tneir remaining games: than
beat Balboa in a playoff. This is
assuming that both contenders
continue to win until they meet
each on Sept. 8.
If Mantle Equals
Aug. Homer Output
He'll Tie 60 Mark
WASHINGTON, Sept 1 (UP)
If Mickey Mantle equals his
August pace of 13 home runs
during the final month of the
season in September, he also
will equal but not break Babe
Ruth's record of 60.
Mantle picked on h!s favo favorite
rite favorite pitcher, Camilo Pascual
last night for his 47th homer.
It was the fifth he had hit off
the Washington right hander.
For this one, even President
Eisenhower was In the stands
to cheer the Yankee slugger.
That kept him four games
ahead of the 1927 record Ruth
pace. Ruth didn't get his 47th
homer until the 134th game.
Mantle's was In the 129th Yan Yankee
kee Yankee game. !'':'..''::
Today, Mantle faces either
Pedro Ramos, against whom,
he has blasted one homer this
year, or Chuck Stobbs. He has
not tagged Stobbs this year
but three years ago on open opening
ing opening day he smacked what
many believe to he his longest
of all homers off the Wash Washington
ington Washington lefty,..,. I
In The Majors
(Based On 300 official at bats)
Player, Club g
ab r h pet
457 80 149 .326
494 91 159 .322
376 46 118 .314
463 85 145 .313
495 71 154 .311
Moon, St. L. 126
Aaron, MO. 126
S'dlenst, N.Y, 102
Klus'ski, Cin. 121
Muslal, St. L. 131
Mantle, N. Y. 125
Williams, Bos 109
Nleman, Bal. 105
Kuenn, Det. 119
Vernon, Bos. 98
459 112 168 .366
312 53 108 .346
355 54 117 .331
477 75 157 .329
333 57 108 .324
Mantle, Yanks 47
Snider, Dodgers .......... 37
t Robinson, Redlegs ...... 35
Adcock, Braves .'....-... 34
Mathews, Braves ........ 34
- RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks ......... 118
Kaline, Tigers ......... 107
,v Muslal, Cards ......... 95
Kluszewskl, Redlegs ,., 93
, Simpson, Athletics '., 93
.' Mantle, 'Yanks 112
v Robinson, Redlegs ......108
; Snider, Dodgers 96
' Fox, White Sox j 93
Aaron, Braves ..v....... 91
" 11,. ( HITS ; . ;i
Mantle,' Yanks ;...'..168
Fox, White Sox .rl66
Kaline Tigers 162
Aaron, Braves 159
Kuenn, Tigers ,'157
, (Based on 13 (Decisions)
..-, W L PCI
Newcombe. Dodeers 22 6 .786
Buhl. Braves ; . .', .18 5 .762
Ford, Yanks . .". .15 5 .750
Freeman. Redlcc ..11 4 733
Pierce, White Sox ...18 7 .720,
WELTERWEIGHT TERRELL JONES of 4 Albrook Air Force
erupted with this one in the third round of his Panama Area
' Armed Forces championship match at Albrook's Hangar: No.
3 last Saturday night. His opponent, Bill Ghosten of Fort
Clayton, conveniently ducked, but ran head-on Into a coupla
of others which laid him out a few seconds later.
i ; x- i
1 s -W", ,tiHi
' JOHN LEWIS (left), son of Capt.' W. E.' Lewis, Assistant Chief
of Staff for Operations, 15th Naval District, shakes hands
with Jimmy Rowan, son of Lt. Col. C. A. Rowan, executive
officer, AG Section, USARCARD3 Headquarters, ftera fast
tennis match at Fort Amador. The youngsters .will partici participate
pate participate in the Fort Amador Invitational, Tennis Tournament
Saturday and Sunday, September 1 and 2. (U.S." Army Photo)
..WHO ALL Of A 6UD0EH
M6 Thrust H'$ mcb hto
THE LA&U RACEp
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Henu-H Whisky IiUlh
cia. MiNsmuix. s a. Avtwio eeLivAa urn, cetow
Golf Tourn omenf
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Ontrikatani '. ,.,,,'," ""
With the 18 hole qualifying
round deadline set for 6 p.m.
Monday, Sept. 3. Al Corsale and
Jorge Sibausteare setting the
pace among the early qualifiers
In the Dunlop sponsored golf
tournament at the Panama Golf
Amonar the ladies. Mrs. Irene
Robinson stepped into the lead
durlner the nast week with a net
74 to hold a comfortable margin
over her nearest rival although
many more ladies were expected
to qualify before Monday's deadline..-
The Dunlon tournament fea
tures nine pieces of valuable sil silverware
verware silverware donated by the Dunlop
organization through Agendas
W. H. Doel of Panama City, lo local
cal local representatives of the mak makers
ers makers of the famous Dunlop golf
ball and other products.
In taking the lead for medal medalist
ist medalist honors In the first flight,
Corsale went around .the rain
soaked Panama Fairways in an
even -par 72. He was out In 38
and carded a two under par 34
on the back nine. Playing with
a two- handicap, his net score
for the round was a sub-par 70,
two strokes better than the net
scores of Gordon Dalton ; and
Paul Moran. Dalton shot an 81
with a handicap and Moran a
79 with a 7 handicap. -,
A grand total of 34 have al already
ready already played the qualifying
round n the first flight, Only
32 will qualify. Other low.
scores so far Include Jim Ridga
74-3-73, Tom Connors 78-1-73,
Al Saarinen 77-4-73, Pedre,
Dlas 78-5-73, Part Ellch ll-l-
73, George Dllfer 81-8-73,' Pre-
Ident Ricardo M. Arias E. 75-1-
74, Roy, Gllckenhans S2-8-74K
Dr. Earle Gerrans 79-4-75,
Dave Westman I1-6--75, Dr.
Herb Mitten 77-2-75 and Nene
'ArlM-SM-ll i--: ly "yr
Sibauste shot What was nrOb
ably the finest round of golf of
his career to take the lead away
from George Boyd for the med medalist
alist medalist prize In the second flight
Playing with a 12 handicap, Si Sibauste
bauste Sibauste shot an 82 for a net score
ot 70, one stroke better than
Boyd. Boyd had a 87-14-73. Oth Other
er Other low scores among the second
flight group Include W. C. Swen Swen-son
son Swen-son 7-14-73. Joe Mullarkey 6-10-76,
Dr. Negro Arias 87-10-77 and
Miguel Momo 90-13-77.,
So far. 21 players have quali qualified
fied qualified for the 3'! positions open in
the second f, ht, but there 1s
expected to be a mad scramble
over the final weekend for the
right to play in the second
uignt match piay rounds.
Three-quarter handicap is' per permitted
mitted permitted fit the qualifying rounds
and the match play rounds will
be played on the same basis.
- Tea ladies have already
qualified for their flight. Mrs. -Robinson
fired a net round of
42-42-84-10-74 to move Inte
the lead for the medalist tro tro-phy.'i'i'!.'''',2i;
phy.'i'i'!.'''',2i; tro-phy.'i'i'!.'''',2i; '..f'fn-?i -.f.'M".'1'''
, Other low scores among the
women include Lee Knuth with
a 47-43-90-12-78 and Katie Call
fb Dunlop trophles-among
the most beautiful and expen expensive
sive expensive aver awarded for a tourna tournamentare
mentare tournamentare on display In the tro trophy
phy trophy case at, the Panama Golf
The first round of the match
play rounds will ba played next
weekend and the pairings will
be released early Tuesday morn morning
ing morning by Fred Gerhardt and the
Panama club tournament com
mittee.; ;'.'" -f.. .'..- .....
Any. member of the chib In
good standing Is invited to par participate.
ticipate. participate. Of course, you must
signify yout intention to quali qualify
fy qualify before starting the round that
will count. . :
Kike Gibsons D!:s
01 lleeri Allsck
ST. PAUL, Minn.. Sept. 1
(UP)-Funeral services were ar arranged
ranged arranged today for Mike Gibbons,
the "phantom of the ring" and
one Of Its All-time greats.
Gibbons died of an apparent
heart attack yester'day while
playing cards with relatives. He
was 68. -v ,;.
He drew his nickname as one
' ef the fastest boxers in ring
history. Although, he was not
a hard hitter, he lost only
three ef the 132 bouts he
fought as a professional .mid .middleweight,':
dleweight,': .middleweight,': ):.):
The 1910 Frawlev Law with
held the middleweight crown
irom Gibbons after he won a
popular verdict", over xhamplon
Al McCoy. The law permitted
ring crowns to change owners
only after a knockout : by the
Another "pooular verdict." the
majority bpinion of sports writ writers
ers writers at ringside -- In those days,
cost. Gibbons one of the three
losses of his career, when the
writers chose packy McFarland
over him in 1915 match.
At that time, one of the wr't wr't-ers
ers wr't-ers described both fighters as
"two of the cloverest men ever
to put en gloves." ..
Gibbons had been a member
of the Minnesota Athletic Com Commission
mission Commission for several years and
gamea a name as an outstand outstanding
ing outstanding boxing teacher. He retired-
from nriv business a few
months, ago. n.
Editor: CONRADO SARCEAfiT
MISS -BARBARA WIECHMANN, IS, daughter of Col. J H
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'L?ne,t'ltneIFrt Amdor wpresentatives In the Fort Amador
Invitational Tennis Tournament Saturday and Sunday, Sep.
tember 1 and 2. : J - (U.3. Army Photo) v
Teams W L Pet GB
Milwaukee . 78 49 .614 :
Brooklyn i . 75 51 95 214
Cincinnati 75 53 .58S 3
St. Louie 63 65 492 15
Philadelphia, 89 65, .476 1744
Pittsburgh ,"' 55 73 .430 23 Vi
New York . 58 : 74 .403 26
Chicago ; . 51 76 .403 27
St. Louis at Milwaukee
Brooklyn at New York (2-DN)
Chicago at Cincinnati
PhUadelphia at Pittsburgh
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Si. Louis 022 001 001 60 5 12 S
Milwau. (10 600 400 01 S.' 3
Wehmeier. Collum (6-2) and
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Milwaukee 301 000 Hx 5
Poholsky, McDaniel and Smith.
Phillips (4-2) and Rico.
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New York 102 000 tOO 3 7 2
Newcombe (22-6V and rimni-
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Ridiik (4-2). 'Gemea.- Mttle.
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Pittsburgh 001 036 20x 6 15
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nn.-D.vr, sei-temis i, ms
; By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Exped:
ence forced the Yankees into their
greatest development of 1956 Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert James McDougald is a short shortstop,
stop, shortstop, i ;
Call it more money, luck or su
perior knowledge and scouting,
the Ne,w York Americans have
been extremely fortunate down
through the years. A Babe Ruth
wears out and mere s a Jo ui-
Maggio and then a Mickey Man
tie. A Frank Crosetti goes to pot
and up bobs a l'h'l Rizzuto ed
next Casey Stengel finds LitUc
Scooter's successor smack dab in
his own group. A Yogi Bcrra suc
ceeds a Bill Dickey, etc.
FIVEf YEAR-OLD JERRYL JERRAN receives her medal from Colonel Frank D. Miller, Com Commanding
manding Commanding Officer, of the 20th Infantry regiment, after winning the 25' yard breast Btroke at
Fort Kobie Looking on, left to right, are lifeguards -Wink Wtlloughby, Dick Burgess, Ron
Novak, and Angel Fsinandea Reyes. Jcrryl was the youngest winner in meet held In con conjunction
junction conjunction with the Yeuth ActivlUes program. (U.8,'Army Photo)
i A i-mf
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A TENSE CROWD WATCHES the finals of th hack stroke at Fort Kobbe In swimming meet
highlighting thj Youth Activities program. Held In cooperation with Special Services, th
meet was under the guidance of Mrs. W. H. Griffin and lifeguards Wink Wllloughhy and
Angle Fernandez Reyes.
! (U.S. Army Photo)
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FVT. JOHN PERRY, Hq. and Hq. Det.' (1441st AU), Fort Amador, gives some valuable" tennis
v pointersto tliree participants in this weekend's Fort Amador Invitational Tennis Tourna Tournament.
ment. Tournament. Watching Intently are lief t to right) John Lewis, Barbara- Wicchmann and Jimmy
Rowan. ' v ; (U.S. Army Photo) i
at GU McDougald as a shortstop
while tne Bombers were touring
the Orient last fall. That would
have been made a joyride by most
baseball people, but not Professor
Stengel. McDougald couldu't : hurt
him in a strange position ageinst
the Japanese, and 01' Case liked
what bi saw.
natural step. Except on a dribbler
requiring a quick throw, the first
baseman is richt in front of the
shortstop and third baseman. AU
he has to do is fire away with the
-The second baseman, on tbe
other, hand, must throw quickly
with his forearm from different
and difficult positions.
McDougald is one of the more
versatile infielders. The blue-eyed
and brown-haired San Franciscan
played nothing but second base for
three years in the minors- but ar arriving
riving arriving with the Yankees he had to
take long turns at third.
McDougald is one" of th'
very few infielders anybody ever
heard of who prefers, the much
With typical Yankee lOiesisw, more diuicult coai base t0 ird,
"a?er.eDle.1,i001 a g,lodk which t)ld-timcrs used to argue
could be played in a rocking chair.
It is mot unusual for
er who is primarily
So, when Stengel benched Andy
Carey for his failure to hit, Billy
Martin-shuttled from second to
third base, McDougald, to second
and Bii'y Hunter was installed at
Blessed with little more than an
average big league arm, McDou-
mnlA at tivot uiaa Ainkin a Km if
ballplay. jng back dec nd t tlw right
llJn aL Lrhin.1 tWhi M nd making tbe long
Ji'u f V. S Ah to.A-ifi rw to tat base, but soon was
S.def. MoLm 'tESSI ng it like he had been there
as dots McDougald. 1 he greatest, ... ,3. n .i.,. k....h .v..
of second basemen couldnt' do it.
ROGERS HORNSBY FLIPPED
the ball, was lost at slior'stop.
scrambler, but balls bouncing oil uu"c"
a shortstop s chest are beaten o.ii.
Hughie Critz remained at second
base because his arm was below
major league '. average.. hailey
Gehringer contended that second
base was more difficult to play
than shortstop. That could have
been because the Strong Silent
Tiger played one so well, and not
the other, ,
A loni ine of shortstop switch
ed to third base when they lost
their range. That is a perfectly
all his life'. He does not brush the
ball to his second basing partner
on a double play or force as did
RiKiito. He makes this play more
deliberately, but gets the job
II '. I
" j . i
m-' h I ninii-.wi4 kav'U.:laJkJ & "' 1 1 S 1
GU McDoueald's batting aver-
age picked up with his flawless
shortstopping 31 points io .31b.
I So,- the Yankees have a b i g
powerful right-hand batter at
shortstop belting 'the-1 ball to' all
i Everylhliik' works" out 1 for' the
Yankees.. " - -.
! That's why they wear everybody
out winning pennants and world
Golf Pro's Motto:
Turn A Deaf Ear
NEW YORK -(NEA-) -It be
comes necessary jor.a cmi
fessional to listen to the gripes ot
golfers with a deaf ear.
His constitution nas io db lining
lest he end up chasing balls with
a butterfly net. 1 "1
"You think you got troubles,"
says Bob Littler f the Athens, 0,
Country Club. "If you could hear
half of the sad stories 1 listen to
each day, you'd knowvhat trou troubles
bles troubles really arc.".
There are two kinds of golf
professionals those who follow
toe sun, tne tournament piayers.
and those who run golf shops and
country clubs and public courses.
The latter make a living giving
lessons, selling cquipment.and in a
few other ways that are nobody's
business but their own. It s not
the colorful pursuit of happiness
that most outsiders belive it to
be, for to the club pro goes the
By BEANS REARDON ,.
24 Years in National League
- Wrirttn for NEA Sarvice
QUESTION: With runners on
second and. third and two out, the
batter grounds to the third base
man. The third baseman does not
bother about the man going home,
but gets the man on second in a
run down. -The runner from se
cond base Is tagged out after the
run has scored. Does the run score.
and if so why? Joseph TartagU-
Answer: The run scores because
the runner reached the plate be
fore the third out was recorded.
It was not a force play.
O. How can a runner reach first
base on a walk? Dennis Fanning
A.In no wav.. i-
Q. (A) Is it possible tor the de
fense to make a double play with
out a player touching a batted
ball? (B) A man on third base
breaks for the plate before the
pitcher toes the rubber. The pitch
er throws to the catcher. The bat
ter hits the ball for what, had the
pitch been-Jcgal, a single. What
do you rule Doc Campano
A. with two or more men on
base, a double play could be made
without a player touching a batted
ball. Tbe pitcher could pick one
man off base and another base base-runner
runner base-runner could be doubled in a run
i f t nv rm
uuwii, ioi exniiipie. d ins itfi-t
tcr is out tor interference. The
runner goes back to third base,
provided there were less than two
Q. With a man on first base and
two out, the batter hits a hard
grounder to the shortstop, who
boots the ball in the air toward
second base. The second baseman
catches the ball in time for the
force out. Does the shortstop get
an assist? William A. Russel.
A. Yes. v,
FORT CLAYTON'S BOXERS break Out In a ch eer after winning-the team 'championship of of-the
the of-the 195ft Panama Area Armed Forces boxing t ournament at Albrook AFB's Hanger No. 3 last
Saturday nighi. The Cavalier glovers walked off with five cf the ten Individual awards.
From left to tight, kneeling, are: welterweight runner-up Bll Ghosten, middleweight champ
Louie Long end light heavyweight runner-up Nat Preston. Back row: featherweight champ
Dave Merritt, flyweight thamp Plummer Dins more, Lt. Col. John C. Wilkerson, acting post
commander of Fort Clayton,' team manager Q eorge Silvas, light welterweight champ Wendell
Keene and bantamweight champ Raul Calderon. v v
BASKETBALL I the Ancon lads to win 32-16. In the
''! i rh "' 1 i finals, however, tho Bulldogs found
aaiooa fiaygrouna won' the u, they had their hands' full With
League basketball tournament and fine little team from Margarita
a. so the D League to take top hon .The boys from the Attantic side
finally v.nn this game 30-22. v.. ;
Splil TvInbill By
identical 1-0 Scores
added responsibility :. of
professional' listener, a
Inst without a couch.
"This listening could become big
business if handled right," puinls
out Littler, who carries a card
itemizing rates for hearing de
scriptions of various golf games.
AH prices are general and Us
tcning time is limited to five min minutes.
utes. minutes. .
Long drives, 25 'cents; flubbed
drivers, 50 cents; beautiful ap approaches,
proaches, approaches, 50 cents; flubbed ap approaches,
proaches, approaches, 75 cents; long putts
sunk, 33 cents; short putts missed,
50 cents; getting out of rough.vla
cents; birdies. 85 cents; eagles,
$1.35; almost a hole-in-one, $2.
Quallfcd rates: Dcscvibing 18
holes, hole by hole, under 90, $1;
between 91 and 100, $ 1.50; above
100. $2; description of vacation
v Special rates: Describing bad
nes, uncvmcai opponents, out oi
bounds, looking up just listen listening,
ing, listening, 15 cents each; each; listening
sincerity,- 35 cents each. Extra spe special
cial special rates: Listening to "if th
caddy held the pin, "if the ball
didn t rira the cuo.': fthii rnniiv
dificult listening, and rales are
somewhat higher). five minute
for 35 cents,, 10 minutes for 60
cents., .. .,... t
,''Th,ere;s only one thing with I
all this listening," moans Bob Lit-1
tier.- "I'm a married man, and
when I go home I've got to listen
for free1.' v-
ors in the Balboa Invitational bas basketball
ketball basketball tournament. Cristobal prov proved
ed proved the class of the A League tourn tournament,
ament, tournament, Ancon won in the B, and
Margarita took the honors in the!
E I.rague. '.';
Cristobal earned the favorites
role in the A Leacue by virtue of I Croft ., .,,,. 1
their resounding 67-48 defeat ot thelNewhard ..-.. ..5
Balboa team. Cristobal blew this Robinette .. .. .. ..13
The box scores;.
A League Champtimship
fg ft pf t
3 3 5
one wide open in the second halt
and won m such a convincing man
ncr that they were immediately
tabbed as the. team to beat, f
Earlter-' in the day Margarita
pulled an upset by taking- Anco:i
in a very close game, 45-44. Diablo
ppullcd the prize boner of the tour
nament when they showed up 20 C. Brackins
minutes late for their second round i J. Brackins
game with Margarita, thus giving 'concepclon
Tobln .. 3
Bruce .... ,. ;, . 0
McGloin ., . 0
22 7 IS 51
Tar Heel Cndders
To Get In Practice'
- '.,.; v'- - .s ... A- "'
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (NEA) -North
Carolina football players
will be out of bed shortly after 6
After tomato or orange juice.
"J meit rePrt on the
field at 6:45, practice ending at
8:30. Breakfast will be at 9. After
breakfast and until U a.m., there
is time ior personal affairs. Lec Lectures
tures Lectures are scheduled from 11 to 12
witn. lunch at 12:30. A rest- period
follows, with naps recommended
until 3:45, when all hands turn out
for afternoon practice. Dinner is at
Tired young men welcome a 10
o clock curfew.
the Atlantic side team an automa
tic victory via the forlcit route.
Cristobal tt.cn proceeded to give
Margarita a lesson in how the
game shouli be played when they
tool: their neighbors 71 5'" to win
the championship. j
by u 64-27 win. This earned rh "V
In B league competition Cris
tob;I efiminated Balboa in the first
28 15 11 71
B League Championship
. fg Pf
. .... 0 0 2
. .. .. o o
the finals that afternoon. In what puj '.' L
proved to bt one of the best games 2
of the entire tournament, the n-'r nrht ;
con boys won a well deserved, hard A' biwh i
fought 35-25 championship.
NEW YORK, SeptM-(rjP)-Toronto
and Rochester, tangled ;
in a pair of pitcher's duel in ;
their i doubleneader,. last nip;ht'i.
and each game went Into rxtra t
innings before being decided by
1-0 mare ins. i ......
- Don Johnson of Toronto yield-
cu 1,111 cc una iu picK up nis lam
victory In the eight-inning open-
er. In the 10-innlhe- niehtcaD.
Duke Markcll of Rochester out-,'
lasted Lynn Lovenguth for his' j
10th win. Lovenguth, a 22-game t
winner, gave up three hits but
was tagged with his llth loss.
The split enabled the Leafg to ;
maintain ;their 3V2 game lead
uvei notiiesLcr mm Miami m
the international League race. J
Montreal just about had its J
first place hopes dashed as it J
lost twice to last-place Buffalo;
6-3 and 7-3. The Richmond Vlr- 1
glnlans tightened their hold on t
fifth place, downing Havana 3--V
0 and 6-4. Miami and Columbus
were rained out of their-twin-
Balboa and Gamboa played into
the finals of the C Learue compe competition
tition competition by virtue of first round vic victories
tories victories over Gatun and Cristobal,
respectfully. Balboa tacked a one onesided
sided onesided 57-1'. defeat on the Gators
from Gatun. Gamboa found Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal a slightly tougher nut to
crack, however, and had to play
heads up ball all the way to win
36-28. la the finals, Balboa proved
to be the masters as they went on
to win a 40-26 victory over Gam Gamboa.
boa. Gamboa. This gave tne title to the
Totals ' 15 5 15 35
Bozeman... .. .. .. 2 1 1 ,5
Duhon ... v. 1 2,3 4
Folse .. 2 O p 4
.Hall ,...;. ,, .. 1 14 3
Lorenzo .. .. .. .. 0 0 0 0
Pabon.K. 3 1 i 3 ..7
Rigby ., .. .. -.. 1 0 12
3. Lt on
10 3 4 23
JO 5 12 25
C League Champlnnfhlp -Gamboa
v fg ft pf
Idal ".. ..000
Carroll 0 0 0
Seise .. ; 8 3 4
Rodgers ., .. .. 0
pionship in the D League. In the; Martin .. .. .. !. .. 2
fust round game the young Bull-.
nnnii m! ehnrf th Muronrit.a nnvsl p Ul" IV
4119. In the aftcnoon tney re
Barnes .. 1
Chase ,, ., .. .. 7
Devore . ..... 0
Fraunhein .. '.. ",; ., 2
French .. .. ,.(., 2
Marquard .. .. .. '5
17 S 5 39
E League Championship i-
6 7 26
Coy .. j.
turned to the hardwood court for(Brown
the championship game with Cns- French
tobal. The Faciflc Siders won thU'Rathgeber
won 39-Z3'T ': .Roe ..
The K Lcaue go. off to a bad Stewart
start when the first two games wura t.
had to be forfeited because of a
shortage of layers on one team: Totals
in each game. Ancon won over
Cristobal in this manner while
Margarita got the win over Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa in the same way. f
In the afternoon session, Bat-
f ft pf
0 0 0
11 0 6 22
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al 1 1 1
U A 4 A
. Griffith O'O 2 0
'19 2 : 8 40 Hoverson .-, ,. 0 0 0 0
' D League Championship Sanders .. .. ., 0 0 0 0
Cristobal fg ft pf t Wilder ., .. & 0 o in.
Blcvlns .. .. .... .. I 1,1 3 Williams .. .. .. ,. 8 0 2 16
Chin 3 0 16 ,;
boa's team doubled thn score on Duhon .. .. .. ., 4 0 181 Totals : 14 2 5 30
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Mob Sips Soda, Rangers Arrive At Riot Scene;
Negro Non-Enrollme nt Is Nixed In Texas Courts
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Ut tK people
US Scores Chinese In Downing
OfNaval Plane; AsksDamages
3 WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 (UP)
The United States tonight blamed
he Chinese Communists for loss
Of a Navy patrol plane off the Chi Chi-Jia
Jia Chi-Jia coast last week and served no no-lire
lire no-lire it will demand reparations
from the Red Chinese government.
In a sternly worded statement.
4he State and Defenses Depart-
faent said that Red China shot
oown me piane wnouui warning.
It denounced the attack as "un
justified" and said the "responsi
biiity for this loss of life and de
struction of U.S. property lies wan
the Chinese Communist regime.
, "The United States evernment
'will transmit, through appropriate
diplomatic channels the demand
ifer damages for lest ef life ef
the American crew members ef
the Navy petrel plane, as well
as for the plane itself," the state
ment said.-;. ?v,,w
The State and Defense Depart
fnents recalled in chronological or
e'er how the Navy patrol plane
was soot down north ot Jrormosa
. on Aug. 22 while on routine patrol.
The. plane a P4M Mercator
." carried a crew of 16. Only two
bodies and no survivors hr.ve been
found in. over a Week of intensive
iearcb by the U.S. Seventh Fleet.
The government said a U.S. pro
test and the demand for repara reparations
tions reparations will be lodged through ap appropriate
propriate appropriate : diplomatic :r channels,
presumably the British since, this
country has no-diplomatic rela relations
tions relations with Red China. ,,
The statement marked the first
time the United States has ef.'
'flcially blamed the Red Chinese
far the attack.. .V
; Red China has admitted that its
JAYCEE'S CHIEF Wendell
Ford, 31, above, of Owensboro,
Ky, has been named president
ef the National Junior Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce. He was
chosen at JayCee's convention
in Kansas City, Mo. ?
TODAY! -7Sc.9 40c.
1:30, 3:00, 5:00,7:00, 9:08 pm
SWOT Ada t
know tlio trutK mid tin
PANAMA, R, F, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1956
planes attacked a plane at'
same time and place where
Navy patrol plane was shot down
But it claimed the attack was a
gainst a "Chiang Kai-Shek Chi
nese Nationalist plane."
But the U.S. statement a it
"there can be no doubt that the
airplane reported by Peiping radio
as naving been attacked by Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communist aircraft -is the
ill-fated missing aircraft."
It also said the position of the
wreckage "indicates that the actu actual
al actual attack took place over interna international
tional international waters.'',
Adlai Relaxes, Is Sure Smiths
Of States Not Biting For GOPs
CHICAGO. Sept. 1 (UP) Ad
lai Stevenson said today bis
whirlwind tour of key election ai
reas convinced iui.v Mhe pcuple ot
America are not swallowing lae
Republican complacency line.'"
"The Republicans may win
they're kidding the Joe Smiths
ef America but they're only kid
ding themselves,", the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic nraSidential candidate said.
He also condemned the outbreak
of violence in Tennessee ana lex
is over attemots to bring. about
racial integration in the schools.
"The use of violence to obstruci-
the law of the land is to be de deplored
plored deplored and is reflection on Repub Republicans
licans Republicans and Democrats alike,!' he
said.' "';'.-. v (-:
i Stevenson' made the comment t
his first full-dress news conference
since several weeks, before he won
the .Democratic presidential, nomi
nation here three weexs ago.
; Stevenson' said he Is convinc convinced
ed convinced that "eur lopsided prosperity
is primary issue ef this cam cam-paign."
paign." cam-paign." ..-- : ;,:; o'
The people he talked with
"are concerned about Ameri America's
ca's America's lopsided prosperity.., .. a,
frald the farm depression mey
spread.,,, indignant about the
highest cost ef living in history
after, all the Republican promis promises
es promises and pretenses," he said.
"Over and ( over they stress a
general feeling' that America is
standing still." Stevenson said. Me
said he bad beard much talk "a-
bout the failure of leadership" in
the White House.
Stevenson said his "nre-c a m-
paign" tour was a "huge success."
All the news is sood." he said
"The Democratic leaders around
the country are not swallowing the
myth of Eisenhower's invincibility
is spreading among the neoDle
The news conference was ac
tually a breather in the Steven
son schedule, lie arrived in Chin.
go last night, after, covering 5,032
miles by air and 2,300 miles by
ear since Monday. He talked with
Democratic leaders from 34
states. Next week he makes a mi-
jo? Labor Day address at Detroit,
Mien., Monaay and then goes on
to cover 14- eastern and far west western
ern western states with Kefauvcr by his
side., .-,v ',v" '..; ..; v i
Agriculture is "a foremost Is Issue
sue Issue everywhere,' Stevenson
seid. "People are afraid the
form depression may spread. It
did In the 1720's and they re re-member
member re-member if. :
"The Reoublican have triui 1a
oiame tne farmer's troubles on
organized labor and blame the
high cost of living on the farmer,
but city people know the farmer
is in trouble and they want to help
The farmer is betrinninff tn
lize that he always has had hard
times under the Republicans and
Zone Vet Chief
Leaves To Study
Dr, Robert G. Mathenev. ehint
of the Canal Zone's Envision nf
Veterinary Medicine, accomnan-
iea by Mrs. Matheney, la sailing
today on the Panama liner An-
con. .,; .j...,;,
Dr. Mathenev will ent- th
University of Michigan in Sep September
tember September for eraduate wnrlr In
public health and preventive
medicine. He plans to take the
first of a two-semester course of
graduate study in these subjects.
.He and Mrs. Matheney will be
away from, the Isthmus for a a-bout
bout a-bout six months, returning next
During hi? absence from dutyl
wiuj nie tipaiui j Bureau, Dr.
Kenneth Z. Zimmerman will act
as chief of the division nf vet
country is $afo" Abraham Lincoln.
; Kn their joint summary of the
incident, the Mate and Defense
Departments said the following
tacts have been estaoisned:
The plane was engaged In a
routine patrol flight originating
in Japan, with a planned flight
track covering the lower portion
ef the Yellow Sea and then gen
orally patrolled te the China
Coait. The course was well off
shore and ever international wa waters
ters waters before turning eastward te
Okinawa. V !- .'
Position reports received during
that only the Democrats teem to
care about how he a getting a-
" Stevenson, speaking at a news
conference, said he wished Presi
dent Eisenhower would provide
him with the kind of intelligence
reports which ex President Tru
man gave both presidential can
didates in 1952." ...
. A newsmen asked whether Mr.
Eisenhower hed offered te make
such reports, which would give
Stevenson Inside Information en
high-level: policy decisions.
,"No, sir, he has not," Steve
son said. "I would welcome such
an .oiler." ; .?-'.,.,.
He said former President Tru Truman
man Truman will "participate in the cam
paign and very actively -lust
how actively and when I don't
know." :.. :. .,',." ....
The Democratic National Com
mittee is working out Mr. Tru
man's schedule and anything it de decided
cided decided "vtill meet with, my very
emphatic approval, of c o u r s e.
Stevenson said. t
Kefauver sat next to Stevenson
during the conference and agreed
with his condemantion of the ra racial
cial racial violence in Texas and Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. "Any court order should
be complied with,". Kefauver said.
GUILTY NURSE Virginia B.
Jaspers, 33, a pediatric nurse in
New Haven, Conn., was ques
tioned by police in connection
with the death of 11-day-old
Abbe-Kapslnow. The 250-pound,
six-foot-tall nurse admitted
shaking the infant to death be be-cause
cause be-cause it refused to drink its
formula.. She .is suspected of
being the cause of the death of
Pan Canal Employe,
EdYard Dinani, Dies
Edward J. Dignam. a member
of a well-known Canal Zone fami
ly died of cancer early this morn
lng at Gorgas Hospital.
' Mrs. Dignam had celebrated
his 39th birthday on Thursday
when friends and relatives
broyght gifts te his hospital bed
te cheer him.
' 'i ,-,' ,v .'
, The former Panama Canal em em-Dlove
Dlove em-Dlove bad recently worked in the
Locks Division, and was also at
one time a fireman.
, Mr. Dignam was born in Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. He came to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus as a young boy with his fath father
er father who was a Commissary Divi Division
sion Division employe for many years. He
worked on the Atlantic side for
the Navy for eight years before
he began bis Canal service in
.He Is survived by his wife, E-
md. his mother, Mrs. K. P. Dig
nam. Sr., a brother Joseph who
works at Cristobal Customs, and
two sisters, Mrs. Mary D. Brze Brze-zinski
zinski Brze-zinski and Mrs. Rosemary Rear
don of the Cristobal Magistrate's
Funeral services will be an
nounced later. M
the flight indicated the navigator
calculated the plane was on its
- The last position report, re
ceived at 11:45 p.m. Aug. 22,
shewed the plene "substantially
en the planned track" and 31
miles distant from the nearest
land held by the Chinese Com Communists.
munists. Communists. Forty minutes following this last
position report, the plane com
mander reported briefly that he
was under attack. No further re
ports were heard, from the air
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 (UP) -1
Americans tor democratic Action
yesterday formally endorse the
Democratic ticket of Adlai E. Ste Ste-yensonxand
yensonxand Ste-yensonxand Sen, Estes Kefauver of
It said its endorsement was bas
ed on a unanimous poll of its 94 94-member
member 94-member national board. It pledged
Us "enthusiastic support of these
vwo outstanding liberals." :
ADA said that both Stevenson
and Kefauver "are men n n n n
whom the nation can rely for cour courageous
ageous courageous and imaginative leader-
snip in a time of change and stress
throughout the world." ?
' It said the Eisenhower' ariminU.
.ration's: record "marked by timid
or negative encroach to the nHc
of the people at home and by con confusion
fusion confusion and bungling in foreign af-
irs wuuiu in iiseii maKe the He He-publican
publican He-publican ticket, unacceptable to in
dependent liberal voters.
"In addition," it said, "The pos possibility
sibility possibility of Richard Nixon's suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding to the presidency is an
affront, to the millions of Ameri
cans who still believe that moral
ity and integrity are political vir
tues oi uie highest order."
Given By Bishop
MEXICO CITY.' Sent. 1 fUP
ine neaa ot tne Koman Catholic
church in Mexico said vesterHav
me od oi a newspaperman is "to
iove, unaerstand and honor his fe
low men, to guide himself by .the
light of Christ and never abandon
Archbishop Primate Mimiel Da.
rio Miranda, addressing a grad graduating
uating graduating class of journalism stu students,
dents, students, said the newspaperman
must seek a balance between his
ideals and national reality."
...... (NEA Telephoto)
. ROMANCE? -New Jersey's Governor Robert Meynef and his
date. Miss Helen Stevenson, a relative of Democratic Presi Presidential
dential Presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson, enjoyed an evening in
Asbury Parle. The Governor and Miss Stevenson attended a
theatrical performance which benefited Monmouth County
Democrats . ; ? .
s' ; -t t 1 1
-- ,J ".M:U;:i,:M.iL
. (NEA Telephoto)
GLORIAS MARRIED Socialite-actress Gloria Vanderbilt
and TV director Sidney Lumet smiled as they prepared to
cut a wedding cake after their marriage at the home of play playwright
wright playwright Sidney KIngsley in New York. Miss yanderbllt was
last married to symphony conductor Leopold Stowkowski.
and Lumet to actress Rita Gam, .-
Soviets Charge IFrarneup In Charge
Against Athlete; Cancel Track Meet
LONDON. Sent. 1 fUPl The
Kusstans charged a "frameup"
yesterday in the shoplifting charg charges
es charges against, a star Soviet woman
discus thrower and angrily called
off a scheduled field and track
meet with Britain. ;
The' bitter litssle came to a
climax when the British Foreign
Office refund to intervene in
the. case egalmt Mrs. Nina Po Po-nomareva,
nomareva, Po-nomareva, muscular 210-pound-er
who set the women's record
for the discus throw in the 1952
Mcs. Ponomareva was arrested
Wednesday on a charge of trying
to steal five hats worth less than
5 from a London bargain base-i'
mtnt store. She was freed in cus-i
tody of Soviet Consul General A-j
lexander Startsev, for a p e a it-
ance in court yesterday.
' But .neither Mr. Pnnnmareva
nor Startsev showed up and ; a
warrant was issued for her arrest.
She was believed to have taken
refuge in the Soviet Embassy
Scotland Yard detectives anl po
nce maintained a 24 hour watch
outside. '-. y j
Plainclothesmen also watched
the Soviet cargo liner Molotov in
the Thames River dock' in' case
an "escare" by sea was attempt
Acting Societ Ambassador
kolai Belokhvostikov called on the'
foreign office today to ask Lord!
Reading, minister of State, to dropj
the charge. Reading tried to per
suade the Soviet diplomat to' trust
to British justice. v j
The entire Amateur Athletic
Board of Great Britain tried to
convince Soviet team Coach Kon-
stantine Krupln that the shoplift-'
tog charge was without political
All 56-membtrs of the Soviet
team issued a "statement ef so solidarity"
lidarity" solidarity" charging Mrs. Pono-
naeva was "framed" by a
"dirty provocation" aimed at
"blackamlling this world fa famous
mous famous sportswoman."
"As a sign of protest." the
statement added. "The Soviet ath
letic delegation refuses to .take
part in this match and is return returning
ing returning to the U.S.S.R." .
Ironically, high police sources
said Mrs. Ponomareva probably
would have been freed if she ap appeared
peared appeared in court. She does not
speak English and the store de detective
tective detective that arrested her does not
Therefore, j' the sources jdded,
.WM no evidence that she ift-
nats although they were in her
Possession-because there was no
lwav ot ".uestioning her at the
Gal Meets Violent
Death By Rspisl
NEW YORK. Sept. 1-L(UP1.
' 'Police today pieced together the
double-life background of a
pretty young girl named for a
constellation of stars in an at-
tempt to solve the mystery of
her violent death in Greenwich
Village; apparently at the hands
oi a rapist. ;:; ".v'
Beine Questioned were neieh
borhood acquaintances and for-
mer boy friends of -dark-haired,
Pleiades Fieldgrove, 26, who
worked by day at the ordinary
job of an office clerk and danced
by night in the red "ballrt slip slippers
pers slippers that were found beside her
body. ,; -x -"-:r-;. .,
The body wss found yesterday
In a grotesque, half-sitting po position
sition position in the courtyard ot a
Greenwich Village apartment
building. She wore a low-cut
purple party dress and appar apparently
ently apparently had died Immediately from
a single wound, probably made
by a knife, in her left breast
Beside the body, found among
a small clump of shrubbery by
the apartment superintendent,
were the ballet slippers and a
Police said Miss Fieldgrove
apparently had been taken by
surprise by her killer as she
walked toward the apartment
house door early yesterday. Her
hand still clutched a keyring
with 10 keys. r V
Kill Frenchman :
In Alqerian Raid
ALGERIA. SCDt 1 finM J-lteh.
el assissins struck twice today in
Bone and Algiers. kiUine one
Frenchman and critically wound-
The victim in Bone was Marine
Lanlella, 51. a baker and father
a three children, one of-whe,ie'ta.' Civil Defense Week, Sept.
danchters was attacked by ter- to 15, discussion of Jackpot ex-
ronsts last week. .;
u A,f,,ers- hoP window desien-
er, Emile : Allan was critically
-.r in xn-ni ut
a store on the outskirts of the
MANSFIELD, Tex., Sept 1
(UP) Texas Rangers were call called
ed called out today after a muttering, an angry
gry angry crowd of 400 white persons
prevented three Negro students
from enrolling at Mansfield High
TOm 7 a.m. until fh dnim nf
the school wedlocked at noon the)
crowd surrounded the school
which the Negroes are seeking1
enter under a federal mm pi-,I
ovuuung DTOKe OUt When fir.Hu
Mign, assistant district attnmev
arrived from Fort Worth, 18 miles
way, ana exenanged angry words
with some of the pickets. There
was shouting and shoving but no
.viks were sirucK and High left
Mansfield merchants donat donated
ed donated su cases of cold drinks to the
thirsty crowd which surged to toward
ward toward every erriving school bus
te look for Negroes. But none
w-WOln'L ,ake these W in
there with that mnh t nv.t
ford Davis, Fort Worth attorney
7 PC Employes Are
Seven non-U S. ifiT .-..i....
of the Panama Canar ranf.j
"icir requests tor deferment of
1 . -..nuTCU
"ir reuremeni it was announc-
jesieraay Dy tne Personnel Bu
The retirement would have been
effective yesterday. v s.
Announcement that the defer.1
ment of non-U.S. 'citizen employes
until next July will be permitted,
t-iuviuiug mey are pnysicauy qua qualified
lified qualified to continue work, was an
nounced last Sundav bv. Gov w
E. Potter at the public ceremo
nies neid in Sainbov. City. This
action had been requested by em employe
ploye employe labor unions sn that urh em.
ployes may benefit from any re re-tirement
tirement re-tirement legislation which may be
-nacted by Congress prior to next
. Eight employes were scheduled
to retire as of yesterday and of
these only one will actually retire
because of physical disability. He
is Frederick A. Dean, motor boat
operator in the Dredging Divi
sion. . i v
- The other seven whose retire
ment has been deferred are: Jo
seph A. Baker, lead switchman in
the Railroad Division; Obediah
Hazel, cnbman, Terminal D i v i i-sion;
sion; i-sion; Eddie H. Robinson, boat boatswain,
swain, boatswain, Marine Bureau; Aired W.
Payne, foreman, Marine Bureau:
Simeon Blake, laborer, Dredging
ui vision; and Herbert O. .Atkin .Atkinson,
son, .Atkinson, attendant,. Corozal Hospital.
Phony SOS Touches
lea And Air Search
NEW YORK, Sept. 1 (UP)
A young woman claimed today
that she used a police car radio
to broadcast a phony SOS about
a "lost plane" that touched off
an eight-hour -sea and air search.
Two policemen were suspended.-
The woman Marinria Purl 9t
. . H..IJV.IV ...... V,
said she had been drinking beer
wun patrolmen Marie j. cmque,
36, and Francis McGuggart, 32,
who invited her into the police
car after another policeman failed
to snow up for a date.
Miss Carle said McGuggart left
her and Cinque alone in the car
about 2 a.m. and that Cinnue show
eo- ner now to operate the radio.
in the "distress", sienals that
were picked up by other nolice
units, Miss Carle identified her-
sejf as a woman pilot who had
run out of fuel. She said she would
have vto make a forced landing
on a beach near the Floyd Bennett
iiv Air station.
The woman was arrested when
she appeared at one of the search
centers claiming to be a sister of
the lost pilot. Later, she slashed
her wrists in an apparent suicide
ucmpi and was taken to Kings
Both patrolmen denied her sto story.
ry. story. They admitted talking with
miss v,arie briefly at 12:45 a.m.
and again at 3 a.m. but denied
mai sne had been m the police car.
For Next Week ;
The towns of New Cristobal and
Margarita will hold their monthly
UVll Defense Volunteer T
meeting on Wednesday at the Mar-i
6 service Center at 9 a.m.
. The Tlrlboa Civil Defense meet-
m5Jt,u-lMl held Thursda at the
USO-JWB at 9 a.m.
t All members of the respective
townsites. Civil Defense Volunteer
Corps are Urged to attenit a there
wiu De a Teview of Dlan fnr Na
ercises and other business. Volun-
teers who have helmets are asked
io bring them to the meeting in or-
uer io aiux the Civil Defense i
si w, a
The ffener.l kli
for the National Association of Col-
ored FeoDe. tud n. mim
backed by the federal court order'
is promoting the "breakthrough."
Gov. Allen Shivers laid the'
blame on the NAACP in ordering
the storied Texas Rangers to Man
"Personally, i hone that -h,.'
US SuDreme Cs,,, u 01
i...."y. ? Vle.w fect
typical law-abidine- Teva. ,...
n tv CKi vvmmu-
He said he asked Col. Homtr
r. Garrison, director ef the do do-fartment
fartment do-fartment of Pub'' safety, 1 "t.
instruct his men te arrest ahv. i
IT... .,iUeh ,0 'P'ant a
Shivers also said he has aske4
ocal school authorities at Mans.
out of the district any scholastics
white or colored, whose attend!
field MWV0 .!
field High School would reason- I
gjr-be calculated to incite v:
Davis tried to registet the three
Negro rstudeots Nathaniel Jack!
son,, Charles Moody and Floyd
Stevenson Moody- by telegram if-
ifhecng situaUon he. But
school Superintendent R. L Huff Huff-manjefused
manjefused Huff-manjefused to accept them,
u wl e',, nreMments
tatttCjC0 br ,,l,9rlm
Proxy. Students must appear, in
person so they can gtt their quali quali-fications.
fications. quali-fications. If, Idiotic Huffman
JliFv'T6 "other clnce to regis-
ter h.fr. u e18"
Davis also sent an appeal bv
at Herbert Brownell Jr.t in Wash.
!"8to. He asked BrowneU to?4,
laeUibes of his office" f0 pro!
dre : nghtS ?e Cn- :
tIKti VJ- C5rcuit Court Judge
John R. Brown in Houston tumid
Sew'cJ P?"tion m .the Man,-1
field School board today for a stay
or the desegregation order peni
ing an appeal.
Leaders in -the crowd which
surrounded the .chool today d
uarl the school every day 1
next week to make sure that ne I
Negro tries to get In." I
A dummy with a blackened face i
was hanged in effigy on the Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield school last flight. This makes
four hanged in effigy in Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield and Fort Worth the past few
Mash Liner llil
Dy Expbsbns; Fc-r
' VALLETTA, Fait, Sept. 1 (UP)
Police questioned crew mem members
bers members today in an investigation in into
to into the explosion that r i p p e d
through the British liner Hamala Hamala-ya,
ya, Hamala-ya, killing four persons.
The toll rose from three with the
ih ty.?f an in-iured eamaa
as the 27,955-ton peninsula and Ori Orient
ent Orient liner lay at anchor off the vel vel-letta
letta vel-letta Harbor entrance.
The Himalaya raced to' Vallet-
the ship's refrigeration plant
:rs.day,o0ne British engineer
and two Goanese crewmen were
killed instantly and three British
seaniet, and eight other Goanese
Although the cause of the expio expio-sion
sion expio-sion was not definitely known? it
was thought to have resulted from
a mechanical defect in the refrker.
Passengers said the blast was
accompanied by a sheet of flame
that swept along, a passageway
and enveloped many of the killed
and injured men.
The blast occurred as the shin1
L"nte.nng tte Mediterranean on
AusS" m frm EnUDd to
4 Miners Killed
VIENNA. Sent I'nmv
miners were killeH ...t
tlT taiwed in an explV
wn that rmned throni-h t- oat
m,T i ln i mslg' Communist Cze.
Ctioslovakia. vecterlt... . j i
Prague reported today..'
-The broadcast said the explo explosion
sion explosion occurred "through' unknown
reasons- in the Stalingrad mine
in northern Bohemia.
MONDAY, SEPTIMIER 1
For the overage girl, the stone
oge Is around 20 when she sH
her first engagement ring. wAt
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