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PANAMA, E. P., MONDAY,. JULY 2, 1958
'IX DOINGS IN ANCON
leaviest Rain y
For Four Years
Cufs Off Power
Time seemed to stand still in the Canal Zone early
t Is morning at least in the Ancon and Diablo Heights
area following one of the heaviest thunderstorms ex experienced
perienced experienced here in year's. 1
Coffee stopped perking; refrigerators ceased function functioning,
ing, functioning, and other electrical failures- were noted by harrassed
housewives trying to get their husbands to work on time,
with or without breakfast. 1
Many Anconites staggered around getting dressed in
the dark, and cursed as they went shaye-Jess ,to work.
1 The one-hour break In
lectrlc current was repaired at
ibout 8 thia morninj In Ancon.
The service In Diablo Heights
was restored by 5 a m. alter an
last night's and this morn morning's
ing's morning's heavy downpour which
broke all records for the past
lour years was believed to
have caussd the two cable fail failures
ures failures in the Paolf 'c side power
It was also-believed to be re
sponsible for a slide on c
iill which resulted In a break in
h. marine traffic eontrol cable
from the Sosa Hill station to the
i'ort Captain's Office In Balboa
i The total rainfall for the 24 24-iour
iour 24-iour period ending at 8 a.m. to to-lay
lay to-lay was reported at 5:43 Inches
or the Balboa Heights station
.-,1, mnst. nf that falling -i be-
o pmi 1-3(1 and 5:30 a.m. It was
nied hv hleh winds
The rainstorm was purely lo-
nl in nature, witn ; less um
ive Inches reported at the me me-,,
,, me-,, ni f. at the rna
j ccr "-
t J l.'.lt) 1. '
l.iis was Lie iirsi ume s.ik-c
Jiav 16, 1-52 when a rainfall
of five inches or more was re recorded
corded recorded at Balhoa-L He'ghts for
. 9l.hnur nerlod. ... i
Th nower Interruption tc
-.iohin vpitrht.it was caused by a
eeder line failure and it will be
necessary to replace about 17S
reet of cable. The cause of the
failure lft, -Ancon had not. been
ifitermlned uu to a late .hour
his morning, poth failures were
sieved to have been caused by
vater seeping Into some part of
he feeder Unes. ; j
a "considerable amount of
arth and rock was involved in
he landslide oh the north side
f Rosa- Hill. The break in the
narine traffic control cable nec nec-ssitated
ssitated nec-ssitated the use of the emer--ency
communications system ir
ialboa. v ,',.. ... ,.,4.,.,.,
The rainstorm this morning
was concentrated in a two-hour
period, with the -heaviest being
f The case against a Chinese na na-icnal
icnal na-icnal charged with entering the
Canal Zone illegally five years -to,
was dismissed in the Cristobal
iivkioa of the Uv S. D i s t r 1 c t
j The defendant, Bok Chok Pang
'also knowji as Mario Augusto
toward) had charged he w a s
fwrongly jailed" two weeks ago.
le was released last Wednesday
rom the Cristobal jail after his
awyers petitioned for a writ of
labeas corpus, which was grant grant-d
d grant-d by U. S. District Court Judge
Juthrie F. Crowe.
1 His petition claimed he has been
lured" into the Canal Zone and
Pang arrived-aboard a ship in
he Canal Zone in Sept 1951 and
vent to Colon to take up resi-
ence with ad uncle. He has been
iving there ever since
lie appeared in ; court Friday
md the case was dismissed
Share Of Navys
I HAMILTON, Bermuda, July 2
UP). The U.S. Naval bae here
is agreed to snare its drinking
vater with civilians in this dro!h-
icrued British Atlantic colony, it
vk snno'inced today.
H. D. Butterfield, chairman of t
wrd of Public Works, said the
'avy has agreed to give Bermu.
I.ani part of a 1,000,000-gallon ship
nent of drinking water arriving
oon from the United States.
i Bermuda's only source of fresh
v.?ter is rainwater canht in ori" ori"-ie
ie ori"-ie or public reservoirs. Rainfall
his year nas been eight inches
f3 than normal and the reservoirs
i-e running arjv
2.03 inches of rain was reported
at Balboa Heights
This is far below the one-hour
record rainfall of 4.49 inches
which was recorded August 28
1944 for. that station.
3 Canal Pilots
Surprise awaited three Cana?
pilots Saturday afternoon at
the close of their mission of
shepherding the USS carrier
Franklin D. Roosevelt from Bal
boa docks to the .open sea.
Instead of coming back, aE
they expected, in. the boarding
laundh. Caot. Samuel e. John
son, Capt. Peter Bolton- od
Capt. Robert F. BOyd were de
layed aboard the carrier for a-J
bunt an hour and a half, and
'hvn biouht 1 s e cy h
nel'i opier. .. vr.vL,
This is believed to be the first
tune a belicopterhas been used
to send back a Canal pilot, but
reportedly the practice has been
inaugurated in other ports. The
copter was used for the pilots at
trie discretion of; the master oi
the carrier, --':-v t J-
Normally .; the f threes pilot?
would have left the carrier ar
soon as she cleared the outer
harbor. But i Saturday one of
three planes returning to tlie
carrier, reportedly developed
leak in a fuel line.
E this time the carrier was
beyond the harbor. Maneuverin?
in such a way as to1 give the
plane the best wind conditions
for its landing, the carrier cir-
cied about for more than an
. Alter the Diane had come
dowrij safely,, the three Canal
pilots were put aboard the cop
ter and landed as Aibrook.
Today pilot were locklne ink
the question of how the copter
ride in line of duty might affect
their insurance coverage..
Af Mom Research
lab Injures Six
NEW YORK." July 2 fUPV A
violent chemical explosion shatter shattered
ed shattered a laboratory engaged in re research
search research for the Atomic E n e r c v
Commission today, injring at leist
six persons and creating a danger
Of -possible radiation exposure for
scores of others.
The AEC dispatched a team of,
investigators to the Sylvania Elec Electric
tric Electric Company's Bayside plant to
-i V. . i:
between J and S a.m.
that one-hour neriod a
kT". .."vv" y." 1 """.vear-old Panamanian with a
. Some 50 firemen and 10 police-
men who had been active at the
scene were detained for: radiation
Police said two explosions in a
second-floor laboratory of the
.plant's metallurgy building col
lapsed one wall and shattered ma many
ny many windows in the building.
A spokesman for Sylvania said
the explosion was chemical, not
nuclear, in origin.
New Race Track
Will See First
Race July 14
Races will be run for the first
time July 14 at the new Presi President
dent President Remon Racetrack, it was
announced today by Finance
Minister Alfredo Aleman, who
oresldes over the Panama Gam Gambling
bling Gambling Control Board.
The new track, built at an es estimated
timated estimated cost of S5.000.00O. wi n h.
officially inaugurated on July 22
with the runnlne; of ihe iiiau iiiau-vun'l
vun'l iiiau-vun'l classic by some of th
track's best thoroughbred
norses. -. s :
A new annual record in the
amount of commercial traffic
moving through the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal was established in the fiscal
year which ended at midnight
The year's traffic figures show
ed a total of 8,209 transits oy
ocean-goincr commercial ships
surpassing by more than 200 the
record number set in the previ
ous nscai year.
- This was the fifth successive
year when new h'gh totals in
commercial traffic was record recorded
ed recorded by the Canal.
" In addition to the commercial
transits, there were 268 transits
by ocean-going U S. Government
vessels, maging a total of 8,475
transits for the fiscal year. This
was tne second highest year in
the canal' history for total
ocean-going traffic. The previ
ous record of 8,584 was estab
lished in the fiscal year, 1954
when government shipping .was
heavy because of the Korean
There were 674 transits by
ocean-going commercial ships in
May, considerably less than the
monthly average tt for tne lis
cal year.. '
Army Includes CZ
As Training Site
For 82nd Airborne
Training'' in Jungle operation;
Ifor-a battalion combat team of
the 82nd Airborne Division will
be held here during March and
April next year, it was iearned
todayr" vi:, f?' ."
The Canal Zone maneuvers,
t?nrt of a 12-montli lra:ninj
y h-' "e h t i ,) l;v t'. A-.i.y,
w.a l.e knon btre t "Lver "Lver-ie
ie "Lver-ie Kio Selva." .
v The maneuvers for vm 84, 84,-000
000 84,-000 troops will Include training
under arctic and mountain con conditions,
ditions, conditions, in addition td the jun jungle
gle jungle training.
From Washington came word
that the training, will include:
Exercise Red Arrow during.1
November ana December at Ft.
Leonard Wood, Mo., for the first
Infantry Division at Fort Riley
Kan. .... ?
Exercise Sledsre Hammer at
Fort Polk, La., in Februat and
Marcn. 1957, lor the firsts Ar
mored Division of Fort 'Hood
Tex., to test engineer Assault
Exercise Kirnr Cole at Fort
Polk, La., in April, 1957, involv involving
ing involving 28,000 troops, designed to
train staffs in new tactical con concepts.
cepts. concepts. Exercise Indian River at Ya
kima. Wash., in May, 1957,, for
the fourth Infantry Division,
which is now in Europe but
scheduled for transfer to Fort
Exercise Cold Spot at Camp
Hale, Colo., in July 1953, and
continuing through next spring
for two combat teams of the
first infantry division and part
of the 77th Special Forces Oroun
designed for training in cold
Clarence Lackley Drake, a 30-
lone criminal record, was found
guilty In Balboa Magistrate's
Court today on two counts of
loitering around the La Boca
Commissary. v i
On the first- charge, for nn
offense which occurred early in
June,- lie was lined 10. On the
second charge, for loitering last
Friday, he was given a suspend suspended
ed suspended sentence. ;
Carlos Perez, 23. Panamanian,
and Pedro Fortunato Relna U,
24, were fined io eacn for tres trespassing
passing trespassing in Tivoli Commissary.
Rein a also a Panamanian.
Ernesto Alonzo Marshall, 33
Panamanian, was fined $10 for
driving a bus on Jamaica Prado
in La Boca without a license.
" A 32-year-old Ecuadorean, Di-
mas oarcia A., pleaded guilty in
Balboa Magistrate's Court this
morning to a charge of driving
an automobile while intoxicated
Xhe offense occurred on Hurst
Street, at Aibrook AFB, at 7:25
Ju"w John Demlna fined
I lurloTA'c Rftnrlt I
' ' (NEA Radio-Telephotp)
WORKERS ON THE MARCH IN POZNAN A girl, dressed In khaki, leads a band of work workers
ers workers who staged a revolt outside the trade fair at Poznan, Poland. One of the marchers car carries
ries carries a Polish fiag, stained with the blood of a boy who was killed during the outbreak. Com Communist
munist Communist Poland officially admitted that 38 persons were killed and 370 wounded in the upris uprising......
ing...... uprising...... ;V.. -V ..,,,.u...
Poznans i Bread
BERLIN, July 2 (UF) Thou-
sands of communist Polish sol
tut rs combed the ten. e city of Fox-
nan today in a' rcieiiUess sear(h
for rebels who touched off hrenU
and-freedom;rioU againsts the Lech Jestzka;' editor of the Com Com-Communist
Communist Com-Communist government mnmst Party newsoaner "G a i
4, wo armorea qiv sions scourea,ete Poznanski.- asked bvtele-
the West Poland industrial city
Tney dragged w o u n d e d men
from then Hiding place and turn
ed to- the countryside in their
search for' rioters who escaped
their dragnets in three days of up
heaval, according to reports reacn
..i.-v v'trrled th ritv with road-
olocks, probed through rural hous
es and- barns, and prooea nay nay-stacks
stacks nay-stacks with their bayonets to rout
oui me missing inu vumuiuuiai
Interrosatorg questioned mot c
than 300 demonstrators who were
held in jail. I
From Poznan It was reported
that 50 persons were killed ind
more than 300 wounded in three
days of rioting. About 20 persotil
were set tree from communist
jails during the fighting, but Some
of them returned of their own ad ad-cord.
cord. ad-cord. i
Although some '50,000 persons
participated in a strike called fo
protest low wages and high hvl
costs, xommunisi omciais
tnat only "several tumai
invoiveu m me nuiuig ana soooi
Western visitors to, Poland said
the food supply, cut short by the
Army Chief Blamel
On American Homes
NEW YORK, July 2 (UP)-Gen.
Maxwell D. Taylor, Army chief j
of staff, yestready blamed "Amer "American
ican "American homes" for the actions 1 of
turncoat soldiers who aided the
Communists during the X o re a n
Taylor told an Armed- Forces
rally of the National Jewish! Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Board here that "the Army
is often held. responsible for the
conduct of its men to a degree
which I do not feel is entirely rea reasonable."
sonable." reasonable." yi . j.. f
"Without seeming to shirk the
heavy responsibilities which '. the
Army has for every man in the
ranks," Taylor said studies by
"civil leaders" of the prisoner of
war problems showed "that 1 the
fundamental corrective action
should have been taken in the A A-merican
merican A-merican homes." '.-.
Taylor asked the help of Wel Welfare
fare Welfare board and parents generally
"in preparing these young men
for military service."
Taylor said "in our
concern" over the actions of the
"very limited number" of Ameri
cana who aided the Communists,
many people "have been criticaL
of the Army for not developing
men capable of resisting all Com Communist
munist Communist blandishments." :
But he said, "if, from t a e
cradle, parents instill in our
young Americans a sense of re
sponsibility and the importance of
service, to the nation;" the-Army
will not have to play such a large
part in their development "and
our young men will be more, a-
daptable to .military life." -1.
.; v ;
And Butter Rebels
strike.' was almost back to nor
imal today..,ioviei. theaters and
chi i''h s rr r n usuai vrs.
j Jt j ,' J
phone in Poznan if the. churches
were crowded, replied: "The
cnurcnes are always crowded
Alabama U Will
Take Nearo Students
NEW YORK, June 3 (UPj A
wcgro educator predicted yester yesterday
day yesterday that the University of Alaba-
m win accept Negro students
- William J. Trent Jr., executive
director of the United Negro Col College
lege College Fund, said, that 14 Negro
students already have applied for
admission to the university this
The university' was the scene of
rioting-when Negro coed Autherj
ine Lucv urilieht In pnrnll Th. n.
mversity barred her because of
charges made against university
omciais auring -court hearings.
Trent, in an interview on radio
station WNYC, said he believed
the university was "anxious to do
something" to counteract the Lu Lucy
cy Lucy incident.
Trent said he felt the universi university
ty university "didn't consider Miss Lucy bo bona
na bona fide. They thought she was be
ing pushed by an outside organi organization."
zation." organization." V
Trtnt said the school probably
will screen out some of the 14
Negro applicants, but "I think a
gi-odly number will get in."
He said the Negro students
were all from high, schools in Ala
"They can't pin the label of out
sider," he said.
Scouts Find Yields Panther
As Policeman Shoots Snake
A Boy Scout troop which got
more excitement than it bar bargained
gained bargained for, and a cop who shot a
nine-and-a-half-foot shake and
bagged a panther too, figured in
goings on near Gamboa yester
day afternoon. '..
Scoutmaster 1st Lt. Jonn b.
Keener and assistant scoutmas-
-iter Sgt. Paul McBride were con-
ducting 18 boys from a Ft. Clay-
ton troon throueh the Navy tank
farm near Gamboa at 12:30 pjn
The group had camped out over-
night in the vicinity,
One boy was walking along a
pipe in a grassy area when he
slipped and almost fell off. Look Looking
ing Looking down, as he caught himself,
he saw that he had almost fal fallen
len fallen on a large boa constrictor.
Policeman R. B. Mills was
summoned from the Gamboa
He mounted the pipe at an-,
other spot different from where
the boy had ttood and at a &U
To Move Bodies
Of Crash Victims
GRAND CANYON VILLAGE
Ariz., July 2 (UP) A helicopter
rescue team descended into a
doath-filied porge .ciXha..Grand
Canyon of the Colorado River
today to retrieve remains o; the
bodies of 128 victims ot the
wqrld'i worst commercial plane
disaster, lj? ,:;
:'.', 'v f i
The nlane1 carried Acting Cor-
in oner Shelby XcCauley, who said
ne wouia remain at tne fine un until
til until all bodies are removed. De Departure
parture Departure was delayed because of
mechanical trouble and a second
helicopter containing photogra photographers
phers photographers and a pool reporter was to
-Four cargo helicopters stood
by at Winslow, Ariz., to drop in into
to into the treacherous canyon to as
sist in removal of the bodies
when clearance was given for
the landing by the first plane.
The group planned to attempt
removal of the 70 bodies from
the wreckage of a Trans-World
Airlines passenper plane which
apparently collided with a UAL
Plane Saturday. The 5g bodies
in the UAL wreckage perched on
a sheer cliff a mile away pos
sibly never will be recovered.
At Tivoli Crossing
'"Some slight confusion" was
noted by Canal Zone police this
morning as cars began to man maneuver
euver maneuver through the intersection
of Chepo and Frangipani Streets
in connection with the traffic
change at Tivoli Crossing.
The Zone had four men on
duty there during the morning
rush hours to educate motor motorists
ists motorists in the use of the new traf traffic
fic traffic lanes.
Two men were to stay on hsnd
, all day to keep things running
' tance of 20 feet shot the snake
through the head with his re revolver.
volver. revolver. Observing the dead reptile, all
noticed it had swallowed some something.
thing. something. Keeney slit the snake and
found inside a black panther he
described as being "as large as
an average size dog." Part of the
fur on the panther's head had
already been eaten away by the
snakes digestive juices.
Keeney plans to have the pan panther's
ther's panther's skin tanned in Panama
and will hang it on display in
the acout shack.
Amazed at the marksmanship
of the policeman who with his
nrst snot hit the snake in tne
head at 20-ft. range, Keeney
complimented Mills on his feat.
"One shot, one snake," grin
ned Mills, wno nas a gooo
marksmanship rating, but does
n't shoot with the topllners
Three Army men and a young Panamanian faced th
Balboa judge this morning on a charge or robbing and
beating an elderly taxi-driver Saturday night His watch
and his cab were stolen. i ;
, The crime occurred on a road nenr nn nknnAnneA
Army position behind the old
J-armelo Mainien; age 63, the victim of the attack
and robbery, is in Gorgas Hospital suffering from painful
multiple contusions of the face and head.
Judae John Deming fixed bail at $2000 each for the
three U.S. soldiers and their Panamanian companion The
case was continued until Thursday.
TVi jitiarflr". aivttlnct. Wipkw A.
drlan Novikov Sanchez, age a a-bout
bout a-bout 19, and Americans Ralph
Perry Sanders, 23, Phillip Thor Thor-wald
wald Thor-wald Console, 20 and Hugh Da David
vid David Saxe, 20, states that at 9:30
p.m. Saturday they took from
th nonnn nf Mninieri a wrist
I watch with a stainless steel case:
and also a 1950 Chevrolet ae-
The watch was valued at $20
the .sedan t;HW,jSX,f
The comDlaint further charg-
the auartet with having ac-
complisned tne ,t o d d ery oy
means of violence and fear,
naihna. Poiir District head
nuartera first learned not thr
Road Trip By '59
MEXmO CITY. Julv 2 run
The Mexican Tourist Association
predicted today that by 1959 it
will be possible to drive an tne
U9V from Alaska to the Panama
Canal over the Pan-A merican
A spokesman said a 25 mile
gap in the Guatemalan section of
the hiffhwav nrnhnhlv will be clos
ed this year. Due to difficult ter
rain, however, it wui lane sdoui
three years to build the roads in
c.sta Rica and Panama needed to
complete the highway north of the
Band To Play Here
Dizzy Gillespie and his Jazz
band will start on a Latin A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan junket of several coun countries
tries countries as of July 10 and 11 fol following
lowing following a two-month tour of the
near Middle and Far East.
The local appearances of these
musicians are scheduled bv
Westerman Concerts for the Lux
and Encanto Theaters.
This South American tour
marks the second which is be being
ing being undertaken by trumpeter
Gillespie and his 16-piece ag aggregation
gregation aggregation under the auspices of
the State Department in con connection
nection connection with the International
Exchange Program of the Amer American
ican American National Theatre and Aca Academy.
demy. Academy. Series Of Stamps
Pictures On Sale
A series of 12 stamps bear bearing
ing bearing likenesses of Pope P us
XII and the 11 other Popes of
the Catholic Church who were
named Pius went on sale to today
day today in all Panama post offices
The stamp issue was decreed
by the Panama government hi
October, 1954, In recognition
of Pius XII'i contribution to
world peace and to the strag straggle
gle straggle against International eom eom-inunkm.
inunkm. eom-inunkm. The sale was author authorized
ized authorized by an executive decree is issued
sued issued last June 5.
The Pius series will remain
in circulation for six months
after which all stamps which
rema'n unsold will be burned
and the plates destroyed.
Sales wll be handled only
by Panama post offices.
townsite of Red Tank.
crime about 10:30 p.m. Saturday
when Pedro Miguel substation
telephoned that a Navy man
had reported seeing an injured
Highway Wering l0n GaUlard
By the time patrol ear
reached the scene, a hu hAd
picked up the victim, who Was
!T tjken.to Gorgas by police.
!. unuciis wau, chief of
detectives, and hi nii .-.r
were summoned ftm --their
-homes. They worked imt
all Saturday night, all dar
Sunday and most ef last night
to solve the ease. Regular Zone
police and other law-en force v
ment authorities asa'sted. ;;
As police reconstructed the
crime today, the four men hail hailed
ed hailed Malnieri in Panama and ask asked
ed asked him to take them to the sol.
diers' position "back of Ft Clay Clayton."
ton." Clayton." Apparently the crime oc occurred
curred occurred on a road that led to the
Pacific Saddle club.
After beinc Kvri vata
t fyca vvil
Malnieri made his way out to
me nignway wnere he was near
collapse when found. He is of
The Chevrolet was found
ditched and wrecked near the.
scene of the crime.
Ike, Staff Meet
To Begin Combined
GETTYSBURG, Pa., July 2
(UP) President Eisenhower
meets with White House staff -members
today to begin a combi combination
nation combination work and recuperation
schedule which may help him de- -cide
whether to seek a second
His work schedule included a
conference with his assistant,
Sherman Adams, and other White
House staff members. Weather
permitting, they planned to fly to
Gettysburg from Washington in
the President's small, twin-engin-
ea aero commander plane.
Now that Mr. Eisenhower fa out
of the hospital, he will, gradually
increase the tempo of his wok.'
Newsmen expect to bear toon
whether the cabinet and National
Security Council will meet at the
Gettysburg farm while the Presi President
dent President is recuperating from his June
9 intestinal operation.
Mr. Eisenhower's ability to..
measure up to the quickening
pace he settf for himself could be
a decisive factor in his decision
on his political future. He is ex expected
pected expected to make a statement soon
on his intentions now that he o-t
pening of the Republican national
convention is only seven weeks a
The President began the week
"feeling fine" and "enjoying be.
ine home and out of the hospi
tal," according to White House
press secretaty James U Harger-
Eats Two Lizards
To Cure Cancer.
SANTTAnn. Chil Jnlv 9 fTrPA
Martin Diaz Perez today put po-
lice oa the trail of two "witch.
doctors" who persuaded his wife
she could eure herself of cancer
by eating two lizards one alive
a-,d one minced.
The "healers" charged 4T.50 fop
their advice, which put Mrs. Diss
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CREDE AND CRITICISM
Certainly It was not my Intent to act with- irreverence to-;
ward the venerable Crede cainoun, ana i say mat wnnout bbj bbj-.
. bbj-. casm. I am possibly a bit hasty on the trigger in these latl-
tudea, toward anyone who would criticize my government un unless
less unless that per&on be a voting US citizen or one wfifa would be
eligible to vote were he in the US come November. '. ;
Some time back when all the venom was flowing back and
forth concerning the attitude of Panamanians towards US clti-
- zens and vice-ve&a, I stated in what I thought was a clearly
twrittea article,' that although we are toe first to admit our
country is not perfect, we are also hasty with the assertion that
it is Just the way. we want it and we, ourselves, will take care
of the changes thank you just the samel ; c
If the tired old eyes of Crede arid his followers glanced
- into the Robert Ruark column c.i June 28 issue of The Panama
American, they would have read an interesting article. More
the interesting because it has meaning for more countries than
that cited. .
Since 1215 when King John was forced to accept the Magna
Carta at Runnymede, men have sought of their governments
the guarantee of basic fundamental liberties which included
protection by the law rather than persecution. The provisions
of bail, habeas corpus and a speedy, trial by peers were also in in-duded
duded in-duded In these basic liberties.
Unfortunately, in. these latitudes, it is not surprising to
learn of an American citizen in a foreign country, accused oi
an offense on the shakiest of evidence, confined for six months
without recourse to these basic liberties and then suddenly re released
leased released for "lack of evidence." If this particular Latin country
behaved in this fashion because the uniortunate was a "gringo
' yanqui" it was merely following a, popular mod of conduct
. hereabouts. .
mv hftir-trieeer reaction toward people whom I feel are
offering unwarranted criticism toward the elected officials of
my government is no aouDt oasea on uiciaenw sucn as uie
above. I am sure Crede will concur that a similar blast at of-
' ftclals of more local areas wouid constitute "disrespect" wheth whether
er whether the offender be yanqui or "medio-PaBamefio.'
My apologies if I appeared to be too personal in my reply
to your article but in passing I might ask the question which
is. more important, our mutual effort toward abolishing the po police
lice police state and attainment of personal liberties, or our divided
effort via the road which offers ambush to our compatriots
f whose only ciime is that their idealistic approach differs from
! your own?
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By VICTOR RIESEL
Politics took a lofty turn last
January high in the sky in a
chartered plane speeding towards,
Denver and President Eisenhower
For the millions of Republicans
and independent admirers of the
President, this was a precious ear-
go. un board were the 48 GOr
state leaders and the party's na
tional campaign strategists.
The strategists- had been brief
ing the 48 on just how to re elect
Mr. Eisenhower, even' in those
moments so long before the Presi
dent publicly declared himself a
candidate. There, in the swift air
craft, the state leaders were told
many things which were kept off
the record, including special
techniques for winning muuons of
labor votes this fan. ;
Since then there has been con
siderable coming and going of la
bor leaders in and out of the White
House right up the moment the
President was last taxen UL
Mr. Eisenhower took a personal
interest in the problems of various
national labor leaders and on sever
al occasions he issued specific or orders
ders orders that they be aided in their
requests for specific laws and
other objectives. Gradually much
of the old bitterness between the
labor camp and the man it tried
to beat was melted by the Presi President's
dent's President's grin and his eagerness to
help where he believed their re requests
quests requests were justified. ,v. v
At one of these sessions one na
tional union chief asked the Presi President
dent President and his advisers if ha would
speak at a labor banquet later
this fall and he agreed so long as
it was held in Washington. Now
that he is recovering swiftly, these
iaoor people believe he will speak
and are preparing to turn the ban banquet
quet banquet into an international gather gathering
ing gathering of world statesmen.
All this has kindled a fondness; the Headliners
for the President in the usuaUyl v t v s
coldly objective hearts of. many a Hollywood's cdrvy- dairiers
national union chief, and it can, carved out of marshmallow and
..was j inaugurated when lMamie subject5! numerous essays 4 .
WASHINGTON Pan Ameri- tion also declarer Vmr i
can Airways' personable, persua- assignments will include s
sive Juan .Trippe complained to s ion of company projects n
a House Subcommittee the other to national defense, includir
day about a story in this column ating supervision of the 1
but succeeded only in getting missile."
raked over the congressional coals i
as a result. JunruaMULK fusitic;
Twppe didn't like this column's! . .'
report that Pan Am-had hired LiWH. m iTr"
three men close to the Eisenhower XT' c.,'s m -arge
rfminitr.fi D-,;j-t r-:. guided missile contract tha
fhower's nephew, Milton Eisenhow- ?2!P!?.,r? ?'?.AJm' 1
er, Jr.; former assistant secretary -"-"- p u;uuufii
of the Air Force Roger Lewis: Be" ZTth ?ft
and Former Undersecretary ,of JK? T' ttl!t.! JV
Commerce Robert Murray. ; STi been t?lHat? d
ta Mvvawti m uigu n.11 ii,
T have a brief statement.', official.. However. Maletz r
Trippe told the House Anti-Mono- Air Force letter which d
poly Subcommittee. "1. refer to Oatly that Lewis had partic
certain people 'who have recently in approving the missile-ran t c
joined Pan American. Drew Pear. tract "notwithstanding that i
son in a recent column made program was initiated prior to
some improper and inaccurate. assuming tne office.
charges related to this matter. I1 Trippe also claimed that Le
wish to answer these charees here submitted his resignation l i
and now. These, Mr., Chairman,"e Air Force before he was t
have to do with young Milton Ei- proached by Pan Am.
senhower,; Robert Murray, and "In fairness to Mr. Lewis," ssl
Roger Lewis," i -i ,inppe, "and n fairness to V:
Mr. Trippe. we are eoine to company, tne record ought to 1 ?
ask you.,-about ; Rogers Lewis," perfectly clear on that. As I ?
Chairman Emanuel Celler. Brook- he had at least five other c T
lyn Democrat, said sternly.. "But before him,, and we consiior- i
this has nothing to do with what ourselves very fortunate, in .a !,
Mr, Pearson may or may not have wlen he agreed to join Pan Am r r-written."
written." r-written." 1 ,ican. And he did so after gettirj
Thereupon, Celler began firing clearance from counsel of ti)
questions at the Pap Am Presi- Air Force that it was proper."
dent, who kept trying to make his' Maletz then pointed out that Lew Lew-complaint,
complaint, Lew-complaint, regardless of the ques-i got a special option to bur
tions. s : '15.000 shares of Pan Am stock
"Mr. Trippe," Celler finally ex- two months after joining the com com-plpded.
plpded. com-plpded. "This inquiry nust be con- pany.
ducted-jn a regular way. Now Ii ;"Is it not correct," asked Mai-
am chairman, and I like to ask etz, "that as of the present time,
questions in a regular way. Be pa- only three other officers in Pan
tient and; you will have your American have options outsHnd outsHnd-thance."
thance." outsHnd-thance." , itaf as sizable as Mr. Lewis'?"
"1 dont have the .list with me,
Mr. Counsel," countered Triire.
"We do. Mr., Trippe." Ma'.' t
The chastened Trippe meekly assured-the Pan Am boss. "Has
answered a series of questions, any other officer orPan American
acknowledging" as reported by Corporation, for less than-five
this column that Lewis had left years, ever been given an option
the Air Force to become t Pan of 15,000 shares or more?"
Am vice president, that Pan Am I don't think that is a fair ques ques-had
had ques-had an Air Force contract to run t'on," grumbled Trippe, "because
Has not been, in
OKU PAN AM CONTRACT
j In reply to the recent letter to the Mail Box In which
statement was made that Crede Calhouu be given a column of
t his own, I sa that such a statement could only have .been
made by creae caihoun tumseii. ,' -k w
v v An Observer
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absolutely, be reporied thar-a re
cent informal pou oi many power
ful union presidents in labor's high
command revealed that he is more
popular as an individual than any lority. Consequently, they
of the Democratic nopenus., mis
won't be made public, nor will it
deter most of the labor chiefs
from supporting the Democratic
Party. But it may deter them from
slashing personal attacks on we.
j If anyone wonders why the service Is so poor aboard the
Panama Line ships Ancon, Panama rd Cristobal it stems
from an utter feeling of indireference among the officials of
t uie Manama una wnen it mates to tne servicing or tne pan-
I ama Canal workers. .;' .;.
I Their attitude is such that it does not matter how those
people are take ncare of, as iong as they are Panama Canal
workers. But when dealing with the tourist trade, the best Is
none too good for them, so say the officials.
; Should not something be done to rectify this grave mistake?
SB BBI m K9B BH HH Hi ajgajj
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These are all practical men who
know they can bargain more east'
ly with their old political friends
in the Democratic jr any wnen
bargaining comes in the door, senti
ment goes out the window. So it
appears unlikely that the GOP will
be able to roster up enough top topflight
flight topflight labor chiefs for an imposing
national labor committee. ho,
being as realistic as the union men,
tha Republican hlsh command has
decided to by pass labor's high
Last January, the GOP took on
two field men, one from the AFL
and another from the CIO. They
were placed under Roy James,
formerly the clerk of the Senate
Labor Committee, inese men nit
the hinterland. They have been
working with the Republican state
chairmen in some 20 states wnere
the Democratic-labor coalition is
strongest . 1
Ever since the January airplane
flight, and a two hour briefing
session which preceded it in wash
inaton. there: have been full
acceptance and understanding of
this labor vote drive among the
GOP state chairmen.
FfffM of these Republican state
chiefs have actually put on labor
specialists in their key states.
In all 20 states there are now
Republican labor committees of
urnm! and third echelon labor
ofiiclals as well as rank and
filers. Special target is Michigan
and waiter Keumer a pouucai
thr which is based on
.11 MV....1.U H.vw
the influential Auto woraers wmon.
Tha Pennhlirin strategists know
they're up asainst odds comparable
to what sour pony would carry
in a race against neeaies ana
v..h Ruf thev decided to try.
inOUHBi ... m
First, they wanted committees 01
flesh and oiooa ana nwi ym.
c.nnHiv thev have begun getting
- J ,.r run
ama interesting resuiw
. . 1 '. A tin In AM
un'omsis nave pigucu
state and there are so comnuuew
in another state. ..
Thl. 1 the first GOP grass
roots -bid for the votes of the men
and women for whom the national
labor chiefs have aiso ma.
will learn soon enough if there is
moonlight personify a strange
irony; Although. Idolized .by mil millions,
lions, millions, they frequently have an
acute sense of intellectual mferi-
pressed with Mr. Culture. The lat
est illustration is Miss Monroe,
of course. .Ava Gardner's ad adventures
ventures adventures with Tall Foreheads hap happened
pened happened during her merger with Ar Artie
tie Artie Shaw. Initially stimulated by
the lofty palaver of Artie and his
cronies. Ava later developed an
inferiority complex which drove
her to a psychiatrist's couch.
"Rita HayworthVTexperfence' with'
alteged intellectuals was disillus disillusioning.
ioning. disillusioning. During her marriage with
Orson Welles Rita sought to keep
pace with Orson s erudition by
reading Tolstoi, profound political
tomes and even studied, art Dur During
ing During that period she fled from a
Doud met: a young lieutenant His greatest click, however, has the guided missile range at Pa- the option plan
( named Eisenhower m San Antonio, been is a human, being . in trick-Air Base, Florida, and that effect that long."
md lexas.s .He requested a date im-j Woman's' Home Companion Judy, the contract already has cost the "My question,"
.i 7 i "; M"ii'iMiiucu in uosion. "i oon t taxpayers $4t,zu,uw mciuaini
that she was busy, witir beaui i for, want to sound bitter,". said, Judy. mUlion-doUar fee for Pan Am
weeks ahead. .She added, .how- "but a lot of people-forget youl 'Are you famUiar. Mr. Trii
eyer that he might call her somehen something like that happens." with the. fact that on Jan. 28, 1
a n wuemer you can point 10 any
officer of pan American who tms
Trippe, received a stocit option of ls.o o
l .. u.:u t a. .u-.. no mri .nirp. wnn n.K wn wirn in ,nm.
,. .. . , vuiq.iiiiik 1JAO Ulttl HBPPeul. Will, IUC Ulttt im IU. 0, JliKn, M
fArnt,,?t ,n e j1??1..1-' r"nk didn't forget. He sent Judy Mr. Lewis; as assUtant secretary P" lew than five years.'',
. r n v j TL -voc auu cauea ner every day "i tne Air rorce, lormauy ap- ,"." -v-"".,;"-"-" "v-,'
'. . rorn ne came io,iew yorK provea mis contract; aemanaea
for a recording date he hired a Counsel Herb Maletz, who had tak- regarding the employment of Aa Aa-private
private Aa-private plane. loaded it with giftn en over the questioning.- jsistant AirSecreUry Lewis Trippe
and flew up to spend the day with I fl understand it was a contract, ?id nl ,urther .mn,tlon,.t! 0,! "r
her. ithe sponsor of which is the De-twpn Am officials, Milton Ei-
i' -. iv bailment of Defense and not the sjnhower Jr.,''and Undersecretary
ine aevennment nf human Hn.'Air Fnrpe r(tortil Tr nn i vummcico muiraj, wuum u.a
aries, and remain in obscurity.
Marilyn's Arthur confessed he once
aided Red groups and refused to
co-operate with a Congressional
committee 1y naming those who
attended Communist meetings with
him .Some editorialists'hail him
staring at me," she sobbed, "be- as a hero.
cause they think I am dumb.
. The alleged blacklisting of Reds
Mri.. Joe Cotton assured Rita and Pinks (in show biz) has horri-
the ogling wss sexual rsther than fied some editorialists, who never
intellectual. The Hay worth-Welles 'expressed dismay when Commu Commu-marriage
marriage Commu-marriage ended with her plaintive nists and yellow-travelers sought
confession: "I couldn't stand his to destroy the careers of Ameri-
gemus any longer."
tomorrow:" And he was.
The secret of their happiness?
Mamie has said: "I told my hus husband
band husband right after we. were married.
'You run the office and I'll run the
house And 1 think that's how it
r. ana airs, rresweni: nappy times is a-fascinating plot replete
Anniversary! t Wlth tte SUSpensefi3 expectancy
i,.,,. . of unforeseen events, intensified
Jldlions.of patriotic Americans by countless dramatic ironies t
work hard, earning moderate sal- Only two years aao Our Heroine
tourea tne country as
The tour ended in San Francisco
. .However, she had the rail railroad
road railroad ticket rerouted to Hollywood
and planned spending several
weeks there. Result: A screen test,
contract and Kim Novak began
General Lucirs 5
Ike's closest frii Is
ir rorce,". retorted mppe. iv v
Maleta then introduced several company also retained.
Air Force documents into the rec record,
ord, record, showing that Lewis had taken
an active part in deciding who
should get the contract.
'" As 1 understand the situation,"! of giant Continental' tViy is r
explained MaleU, "Mr. Lewis as Wall street friends to tit ltu
assistant secretary oi tne Airing corporation executives at a
w.vc f.iiivimivu 111 afJAUTUlg
Pan American's guided missile
contract with the Air Force and
then was employed by Pan Ameri-
her journey from obscurity to star- can, among other things, to exer
Success often perpetrates cruel
jokes. It provides treasures and
then destroys assets beyond mone
tary value, The story of Martin
and Lewis is a good case In point
, .Two decades ago an obscure
comic and singer were on the
same bill ia an Atlantic City joynt
, .The show required an extra
act so Pean and Jerry became
a team . .In 1948 Martin and
Lewis bad friendship, hope, am
bition, happiness . .Today tbey
have fame, fortune, recrimination,
disillusion, bitterness . .If you
add their assets ana liabilities you
will discover that when tbey were
poor they were richer.
The President and Mrsi Eisen
bower celebrate their 40th anni
versary July 1st ; .The love story
. .. vi.,.. ww
YOUNG AT HEART Mrs.
Charlotte Bonner delivers a
broad wink as she displays con
gratulatory messages from
President Eisenhower and Cook
County board president Daniel
F. Ryan. Mrs. Bonner recently
celebrated her 106th birthday
at Oak Forest Institutions in
Illinois. She has outlived three
husbands and four children. s
Ben Gitlow helped Organize and
lead the Communist party here and
later renounced it. His book, "The
Whole of Their Lives," includes
the following pertinent comment:
"For a long time Communism pen
etrated and poisoned American in.
tellectual and cultural life
Through their organizations of
writers, actors, dancers, artists
and cultural clubs, they were able
to bludgeon the writer, the liber
al, the artist, the actor, the teach
er and minister to do their bid
ding because to fight them, or
remain neutral, involved the dan
ger of being publicly disgraced
as a red-baiter, a fascist, a re
actionary or a mercenary.
Hmf, my life story, ;
' Deborah Kerr, who quit Holly
wood after failing to obtain worth
while roles, triumphs in "The King
and I." This victory is probably
secondary to one she gained dur during
ing during World War II when Deborah
won a battle and conquered a sol soldier
dier soldier v. .Tony Bartley, RAF hero,
Before nronosing. he called on
Sir Laurence Olivier for counsel
.He feared Sir Charles and
Lady Bartley would oppose his
marriage to an actress. .Sir Laur
ence's counsel was candid. Admon
ishad he: "Don't worry about what
your, family will think. She's a
good actress. She is also unrea
Bob Hone has been popping in
and out of radio-tv snows bill.
boarding bis latest movie, 'That
Certain Feeling.'' Robert, who owns
oil wells, real estate and scads of
annuities, continues toiling hard.
Happily, his business is his pleas pleasure.
ure. pleasure. He has never forgotten the
early struggle. He recalled: "I was
once $4,000 in debt I had holes
in my shoes. I was eating dough
nuts and coffee and when I met
a friend one day who bought me
a luncheon featuring beefsteak, I
had forgotten whether you cut
steak, with a knife or drink it out
or a spoon.
The encouraging progress in the
fight against polio was inside page
news. Page -one headlines are de devoted
voted devoted to the Khrushchev's latest
pop off or a breathless comment
from Artnur and Marilyn .
Dr. Sal, however, derives more
satisfaction from helping children
than hogging the spotlight. He
once said: "I don't want to go
from one crest to another: Science
isn't like novel writing, To a
scientist, fame is neither an end
nor, a means to an end. Do you
rectll what Emerson said? 'The
reward of a thing well done is to
have done if
Sinatra's success has been the;.J
What does stardom mean to Kim?
"I still walk to work," she de declares.
clares. declares. "I don't have a car. furs.
i still don't own an evening gown.
i oorrow ine stuaios it scares
me to spend that much money on
one dress." I haven't had time to
65 at least until after t! e elec election,
tion, election, i .Joe McCarthy has droptip
word to friends that he'll retire
from the Senate when his .term ex
pires in ,'58. He will then be 49.
cise operational supervision of this Reason is not age, but partly bor.v
gmea missue range contract.- aom linings are f amerent now);
Maletz acknowledged, however, partly skittishness about taking a
that subsequently Lewis received chance on re-election. He mig'it
instructions from Pan Am to stay lose. .The headquarters Sen.
out of negotiations with the Air Bill Knowland of California h-s
Force "relating to the guided mis- taken at the Mark Hopkins Hotel
sile project or any other nroiect taken at the Mark Hooking linid
change from my old way of living, of ours with which you may have in San Francisco is large enom i
You have to grow with it." Ihad any connection while in the so it can be made presidents I
Kim, the most successful people government." .headquarters in case ike bows
are those unspoiled by $ucce$$. 1 ,. Yet this same letter of instruc-out of the race.
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Ion To Hold Out For Cut
Ikes foreign Aid Bill
as:;igton, July t (U?)
! T James P. Richard said yes yes-y
y yes-y he win hold out "as long
; 1 can" for the $1.1 billion cut
- House made in President Ei Ei-l
l Ei-l ower's $4.9 billioa foreign aid
:;::! Circulo 4
;v, D:nce Readi
r Tcnrrow JligH
"-rh mran.,with the Golden
it -v will finally be staged to to-n
n to-n rrow night during the annual
C rculo Cuatro show and dance
at the Tropical Cluo.
(t Featuring" Terry Carringtor
cast o! dancers, the act will
h. hitrhH-ht of the show
1 --c ...(------
ii mally acneauiea lor June -si
but which was unavoiaaDiy
r 'nniwd at t.ha Iftst mhlUte.
irirt. -FrrHarr. Vlncr nrt hlf
k i it aKwwr t
"new" orchestra playlnsr for
fcoth the showi and the aance
i ; miin riiat,ra'i 'new faces'
'show also will feature female
impersonators Vickl and Jimmy
Li a snake dance, a roc zr rou
i MiHn ku Cimrann and Alber-
j ta, golden voiced chanteuse Enid
f Lowe ana a cnorus, me juuhu
i and Mimbo comedy team : and
The show Is scheduled to get
underway promptly at 9 pjn
General admission price is 85
I By OSWALD JACOBY
i Writtei for NEA Service
The South Carolina Democrat
added, however, that some com
promise probably will be reached
between the $3.8 billion House but
and the $4.5 billion measure ap approved
proved approved by the Senate last week.
He refused to predict what the
final figure might be.
A Housa Senate conference
committee will feegni work this
week e reconciling differences
between the two me a tares.
Richards, chairman of the
House Foreign Affairs Commit
tee, will head the House delega.
By coincidence, the conference
will provide something of a strug
gle between two veteran Demo Democrats
crats Democrats who are windingtfp their
congressional careers this year.
Both Richards and chiarmen Wal
ter F. George (D-Ga.) of the Sen-
ate Foreign Relations Committee
have decided against seeking ree
George said Saturday the Sen-
at conferees' probably will have
to compromise with the lower
House figure in final action on
Richards. interviewed on the
ABC-TV program "College Press
Conference, said he is "not dis
posed" to budge from Jthe House
position. But he indicated he
might have to give some ground.
. Although endorsing the prin principle
ciple principle of foreign aid, he said his
committee decided it was "vtt
about time" to take a closer
look at the funds and to cut out
He said Congress already has
appropriated enough money to run
the military assistance program
for two more years. Additionally.
he said, some free nations in Eu
rope appear to be easing up on
their defense programs.
Richards said Europe "is pros
serous now" and should be able
to "furnish the money them
selves." He said Congress does
not feel that United States should
have to take up the slack. :
KOKTH j SI
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Neither tide vul. 3
f lat i pArtlt f Ml
1 N.T. : i 3 NX 1 Pas
raw a, i'a -v.f
Opening led Q'
North didn't enjoy raising no
trumn with m eintlotnn hut ha
tnoiifeht it would be easier to
make a nine-trick game than an
Il-trick game. ,; He was partly
right, for the game at clubs and
the game at no-trump depended
equally on guessing which foe had
the queen of diamonds.. j
Against three no-trump, West
opened the queen of hearts. South
won with the king, lost the club
finesse, and won the heart re return.
turn. return. He then ran the rest of the
clubs,' hoping to embarrass the
Wact riisf-arifoil fh 10 fit tnarlp
followed by his two other spades.
West likewise -discarded three
spades, from the bottom up. South
discarded one spade. It was a
very unpopular suit. s
South could tell which opponent
had the ace of spades from East'
isnal Via tharefora knew that
East had begun the hand with four
spades and two clubs, ana mat
West had begun with only three
spades and two clubs. That gave
West eight red cards, while East
had only seven red cards.
South remembered,, moreover,
that East had played the nine of
hearts at the first trick, evident evidently
ly evidently welcoming the lead. At t he
third trick, East-had returned the
three of hearts, and West had
dropped the ten. This looked as
though West had led a four-card
uit and was unblocking to get
out of his partner"! way, r
South suspected ; that West's
eight red cards were four hearts
and four diamonds. This would
leave only1 two diamonds to find
a home in the East hand. The
odds would be 4 to J that West
,!! ih niipen nf diamonds.
) After working this all out. South
took the ace of diamonds and re returned
turned returned the Jack through West for
a finesse, this succeeaea,. ana
Knnth make his contract with
three diamond tricks, four clubs
and two hearts. ..,-.
Six Ilalions Urge
OAS To Amend
Civil Sirile Clause
WASHINGTON, July 2 (UP
The United States and five Latin
American nations urged the Or Organization
ganization Organization of American States to
day to amend an agreement de.
signed to limit civil strife, saying
it would curb freedom of the press.
They objected, to Article S of the
draft agreement, which calls on
governments to control "systema "systematic
tic "systematic propaganda-specifically design designed
ed designed .to incite, promote or aid civil
Mexican delegate Luis M. Quin Quin-tanilla
tanilla Quin-tanilla said that because 'of its
"vague and inconclusive" language
the article imperils the free cir
culation of newspapers.
Qiuntanilla's objections were ech
oed by the Unied States, Chile, U U-ruguay,
ruguay, U-ruguay, Ecuador, and Guatemala.
Only Panama spoke in favor of
the controversial article. Argenti Argentina,
na, Argentina, Colombia, El Salvador and Hai Haiti,
ti, Haiti, who had approved it in commit committee,
tee, committee, said they would not discuss
the matter until the protocol comes
up for vote in October. ;
.Outside of Article 6, there Is
general agreement in favor of the
draft protocol. .
The 11-article document provides
for bans on exports of armaments
promoting civil strife and tight
vigilance over, armament a h Fo Foments
ments Foments and persons engaged in pro promoting
moting promoting strife in other countries.
Quint anilla, said that all articles
were adopted unanimously by the
committee 4 except for Article 6,
which was approved seven to six
with one abstention. y j
It Is mo ker Beoananr to suffer
from Urn of Tlcour and manhood,
weak memory and body, aarvouanesa,
impura bkmd. aickly ikin, deprcaaioa,
and poor alacp, becauaa aa American
' Doctor haa diaeoverad a quick, aaar
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Thi discovery la In pleaaant, aasy
ta-taks tablet form, la absolutely
harmless, doaa away with (land op operations
erations operations and ia brinrinf new youth
and vifoor to thousands. It works di directly
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puts new, rich blood and energy la
your veins. You can ass and feel your,
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aoarkle, you feel aiive and fall of
youthful vigour and power.
And this amasinr, new alanel and
vigour restorer, called Vi-Taas, haa
been proved by thousands aad is now
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ring occurring when you overindulge.
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there waa too much food yJ know how children art'.
MUNCH ON. THIS, PUP-C. C. Chambers, Leavenworth, c
Kan., meter reader, offers a pugnacious pup a piece of dog
candy as a peace offering in lieu of a piece of ankle. Leaven- ;
- worth meter readers are making an all-out effort to obtain a .:
truce in their summer-long feud with the canhiejiopulation.
Princess Margaret Has Lost Her
Fashion Sense. Columnist Says
LONDON, July 2 (UP) A
woman newspaper columnist took!
trincess Margaret to talk yester yesterday
day yesterday for losing her flair for f a s h-
Winifred Munday. writing in the
Reynolds News, recalled that six
months ago the 28-year-old prin
cess was voted hv th New VnrV
Dress Institute as the second best
dressed woman in the world.
Since then Princess Margaret
apparently has lort "her famous
fashion sonse," the columnist
TSToday we see her in head.
scarves, shapeless mackintoshes,
cardigans knotted carelessly over
ner shoulders, wintry coats a size
too big for her," Miss Munday
The pretty princess even wore
high-heeled shoes exposing all her
toes, a bad style for anybody
but a woman with perfect feet,"
the columnist said.
In a half page spread, the
News showed a cheerful princess
at the Badminton horse trials and
used big arrows pointing up her
1. A head scarf, "that untidy
S. A heavy winter coat of "ex "extremely
tremely "extremely odd" length, with sleeves
too wide and too long, almost
reaching to her fingertips.
. A suede handbag, ..'quite
wrong for the country."
4. Ankle socks, "not exactly
wrong, but very unsmart, even
for a country occasion, and espe especially
cially especially on a princess.",
Another photograph showed
Princess Margaret at London air airport
port airport in a fitted silk coat "so tight
that it creased at the waistline,";
and her arms filled with "an un untidy
tidy untidy jumble of scarf, gloves, bag
and fur cape."
Miss Munday said the prin
cess turned out for the eques equestrian
trian equestrian Olympics in Stockholm in
a spotted cotton dross and car cardigan
digan cardigan sweater, with a shp!ess
raincoat evar her shoulders and
a scarf and waterproof triangle
ever her head.
The head eear sv hr a
(''cluttered, strangled look to the
The outfit the princess wore to
fashionable racing at Ascot was
too old and sophisticated for her,
Ibe News said.
"'For an ordinary girl these
dress-indiscretions would be com comparatively
paratively comparatively minor, they '. wouldn't
matter. But on the princess they
become glaring errors," the col columnist
umnist columnist said.
"Everything "Princess Margaret
wears ia n advertisement for
Britain's testile industries. .In ithe
past the advertisement has-been
good. ( J
"It is no longer goodv-K ia
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SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UP)
ine Mromberg-Carlson division of
General Dynamics Corp. has be begun
gun begun production of a device that
can produce 10,000 letters or fig figures
ures figures per second in the face of an
Stromberg Carlson president
Robert C. Tait said this device.
called the Charactron. can be used
to print the answers produced by
nign-speed computing machines.
Ha said it also can be used to
record ships or aircraft that are
making radar contact with ground
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Favorable Business Outlook Seen
By Commerce Dept. For Rest Of 56
WASHINGTON, June 2 (UP) sits over withdrawals in ,1955 was
Commerce Secretary Sinclair
Weeks said yesterday the general
business outlook is "favorable" for
the second half of 1956 despite
a sharp decline in auto sales and
ome other "soft spots.!' v rA
t However, the mid-year survey
oh which his statement was based
was prepared before the start of
the nationwide steel strike last
midnight. No attempt was made
to measure its potential impact on
' The report said that if "no se.
rious checks on output develop,"
the steel industry probably will o-
perate at about 85 per cent of
capacity in the next six montns,
as against 99 per cent in the last
Balanced against the trouble
, tome situation in the steel and
auto industries were two other
economic indicators which were
The Census Bureau reported
that more Americans held some
sort of job at some time during
1955 than ever before. The total
was 75.4 million, an increase of
S.S million over 1954.
Meanwhile, the Federal Heme
Lean Bank board reported that
new savings in the first five
months of this year exceedtd
the sums salted away in the
comparable period a year age.
New deposits in savings and
Lan associations regulated by the
board were $1.9 billion greater
than withdrawals, although the
rate of withdrawals was higher
' than last year. The gain In depo-
Most -industries, according to
the commerce survey, expect busi business
ness business to decline in the next three
months and then pick up again in
the fourth quarter. The construc
tion boom, however is expected to
continue unabated through the
Spending for new building this
vpar will tntal ahniit SM S hillinn
or $1.5 billion more tnan the rec
ord Outlay m 1955, the survey in
Industrial and commercial con
struction is offsetting a decline in
bomebuilding, which is expected
to drop $1 billion from last year.
The survey, conducted by the
Commerce Department's business
and defense services admimstra
tion. showed that forecasts made
at the beginning of the year on
auto production were far too op
The agency said then the output
of new cars in the first half of
the year likely would exceed 4
?50,000 topping the record level
the industry reached in the first
half of 1955.
As it turned out, production
dropped to 3,185,000, more than
a million less than expected. The
BDSA now expects to see 2,815,.
000 cars produced the second
half. That would make a six mil million
lion million year, a sizeable cutback but
still the industry's fourth best.
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MONDAY. Itlf ISSS
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1 1:00 Armed Forcts Hour
4:00 Carry Moon
' 4:30 Stork Club
. 5:00 Nanxa Tha Same
S:S0 I Marrttd Joan
:0O Newa Panorama
7:00 Daeambar Brlda
7 JO Beat Tha Clock
IM Godfrey And His friends
t:M I've Cot A Secret
10:00 Tour Star Playhouse
10:30 Chance el a Lifetime
11 M Studio One
12 KM Sign oft
TUESDAY, July S, 1SI
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3:00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Garry Moore
4:30 Life Befini at SO
5:00 Mr. Peepen O
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4:00 Newa Panorama
7:00 Bob Cumming
7:30 Stop the Music
8:00 Bob Hope
t:30 Dollar a Second
S:00 Big Town
10:00 Loretta Young Show
10:30 Red Skelton Show
11:3S Llna Up
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think back to our childhood days in tha fourth grade!"
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I DECEPTION AT QUARRY HEIGHTS Immediately following
; the joint millUry review Saturday honoring president Rlcarao
i M. Arias E.. a reception was held at Lt. Gen. .and Mrs.-wmiam
I K. Harrison's Quarry Heights home for President and Mrs.
Arias. From left to right clockwise are; Mrs. Harrison, Gen.
Harrison, Mrs. Julian Harrington; President Arias, XJ&. Am-
voassaaor w Panama uarnngion, and Mrs Arias. -,-
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COL. AND nfRS. FRANK MILLER GIVE LUNCHEON
IN HONOR OF MAJ. GEN. THOMAS L. HARROLD
vol ana iars. r ranK Muier entertained with a luncheon
at their quarters at Ft Kobbe following the review held In
honor of Maj, Gen.. Thomas l, Harrold, Friday.
All field; grade officers assigned to the 20th Infantry
Rett, at Ft. Kobbe and Ft. Davis were Invited" to meet Gen General
eral General and Mrs, Harrold. ,
Other guests were Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Louis V. High-'
tower, Mrs. Draper, Miss Sally Harrold. Capt. and Mrs..Friar,
Lt. and Mrs. Lacroy and Lt. Bouchsman. ,
for De Young Exhibit
More than' 100 guests attended
he opening of Mrs. Muriel De
Young's exhibition of, oil paintings
a tne Little Gallery of toe Tivo.
i Guest Houses yesterday ; after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. .-. i .f : :--'.'""-'?.'
S Visitors weref impressed by de
ightful use of icolor made by the
irtist. Manv comments were
nade on the faithfulness of her
portraits, and the excellent compo
sition in her still Me studies.
I The show is sponsored by t h e
anal zone Branch .'of tne Nation
1 League of American Pen Worn
n, of which Mrs.'JDe Young as
.'ill Be Celebrated
U Embassy t
! The Ambassador of Venezuela
o Panama and Mrs.- E s t e b a n
,'hableu will give a reception at
he Embassy residence on La
fiesta, Thursday, in celebration
if the Anniversary of the Inde-
lendence of Venezuela, July 5.
Entertains v- 2 I
Uruguayan Minister to Panama
ind Mrs. Feliz Polleri were hosts
a a group of friends for a dinner
Friday evening at the ; Legation
psiflcnee in Bella Vista."-, I
rrives in Panama r
M. Jean Cuvelier, .the -Belgian
Minister to Panama has arrived
n the Isthmus. fc
Baldwins 'Spfind v
.Veedend At El Valle
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Baldwin
pent the weekend at their sum
ner home in F.1 Valle with their
rrandchildren J rankie. Billy and
iobby Baldwin. They are accom-
anied by Mrs.- Raquel A. Wolfe
ind her children. w
lidos Of Costarica, Cuattmata
.howing At USO-JW
Mrs. Florence. Mallet will be fea fea-iired
iired fea-iired in the monthly illustrated
alk to be held at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service -Center to-
mgnt at a p.m..
Mrs. Mauett, a member of the
Diablo Camera Club and an ad advanced
vanced advanced color-slide worker will
present slides vf Costa Rica and
vmaiemaia.. with a trained photo,
graphic eye, developed through
seven years sffilintinn miti. 4k.
Camera Club, Mrs. MaUet brings
these ttwo neighboring countries
mto sharper focus for the enjoy-
mailt nn Za. .m .
cu ouu ueueiu or ner audience.
.A former officer nt tha ; n;oKi
Camera Club and presently a
member of its board of governors,
Mrs. Mallett has won recognition
' i the club's monthly compeitions
.vith a number of her slides which
hsve also been entered fop mm.
petition with the Photographic So Society
ciety Society of .America. ;
Mrs. Anne Schults y i v C
Guest of Honor At Lunrhenn
mrs. Anne schulu of Margarita
was honored with a surprise
luncheon on Saturday afternoon at
the TivoliH Guest House. V
The group was seated in the
ballroom at a U-shaped table dec
orated with red uora and sreens.
Mrs. Mary Joyce, on behalf of
the ladies present and also sev
eral who were unable to ttend
presented the guest of honor with
a beautiful orcnid corsage and
the Royal Doulton figurine "aft
ernoon Tea." j,
Mrs. Schults and her son George
will fly to the States on Sundav
en route to Philadelphia, Pennsyl
vania. Mr. bcnuitx will join his
family in August. -(Continued
on Page 1)
and good things about the man 'critical fault-finder you'll have a
If you will keep this up through
the years, chances are very good
that you will be a happy wife and
mat you wm nave a happy marriage.
' For one of the great mlstakei
many wives make is to take a
husband i good, gualities for grant
ed Instead, they all too often
worry and fret and nag about his
If you an begin your married
life determined to think about why
you love your husband instead of
worrying about his faults or wish wishing
ing wishing you could change him in this
way or that you'll be a hanoier
And lust because vou are a
happy, admiring wife instead of a
So don't put off buying that note notebook
book notebook and starting your list. And
don't put it away and forget about
it, either. For the good you saw
in your husband when you mar married
ried married him isn't nearly so important
as the good you continue to see
in him through the years.
As the list grows so will your
happiness and contentment.
. WORLD FAMOUS
"LOS CHAVALES DE
Each' notice for incluiwir In thif
column sheiiM bo submitted in
type-writtM form and nuilod to eno
the nx number listed daily in
"Social and Otherwise," r dalivor dalivor-d
d dalivor-d by hand to the office. Notice of
nuttings cannot he- accepted by
Diablo Spinning Club
Will Elocl Officers
The Diablo Spinning Yacht Club
will hold their monthly meeting
at the Diablo Clubhouse at "7:30
The president would like to call
to the attention of the members
that this is annual election night,
and the officers for 1957 will be e-
lected. The membership is asked
to please try .and. attend the
Mrs. Leslelgh Davis
Will Be Guest Of Honor
At Cristobal. Women's Club
The executive board of the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Woman's Club will meet to
morrow at 9 a.m. in the .Red
Cross rooms in Cristobal. The
meeting will be followed by a Cof-
tee honoring Mrs. Lesleigh Davis.
Mrs. Davis will he leaving the
Isthmus soon with her husband,
Mr. L. H. Davis, who is goine to
take charge of the YMCA in Ma
nna in the Philippines,
AMERICAN LEGION ACXILIART ELECTS OF FICERS -f The new of fleers of the American
pglon Auxiliary, Departaent of Panama, elected at the S5th Annual American Legion AuxiU AuxiU-lary
lary AuxiU-lary Convention, Margarita, last week. Left to right, Mrs. Vera Bolek, national execuSve
committee woman; Miss Grace Williams (standing In for Mrs. Grayce Gravatt) alternate na"
tlonal executive committee woman; Mrs. Frances Giley, department president: Mra, Patricia
George standing in for Mrs Svea Stanley, Aruba) outlying Tice president;" Mrs.. Eleanor
Becker, 1st vice president; Mrs. Jennie Redmond, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Louise Griffon
aecretary-treasurerr Mrs.. Bessie Campbell, chaplain; Mrs. Muriel Black, historian; Mra. Maud
Stevcnscn Supporters Confident
Of Victory On Second Ballot
UAL ROAD HOC
I NEEDHAM, Mass. (UP
V 250-pound pig that escaped from
i truck on Route 128 turned out to
e a road hog. -'The animal's cr-j
atic amoungs along the highway
aused an hour-long traffic snarl,
'olice had to 'call a cranc cranc-quipped
quipped cranc-quipped truck to holsl the 'pork 'pork-r
r 'pork-r back into captivity.., . .
liicarsgush Offers ....
Surrender To J Free
Cuban Plot Leader ;
;mj!,aii;o cny, July 2 (UP) -An
officer of Mexico's "FBI" said
today he rejected an offer. by a
Nicaraguan soldier of fortune to
surrender himself to police in ex-j
iange ior tne imprisoned ring-
pjot ef o Cuban revolutionry
Security Police f Capt' Fernando
GuUerrez. Barrios said Alhortn r
yo, a Nicaraguan sought as a drill
masier oi tne subversive army the
Cubans' were training here, had
sent word he would
if the authorities would release Fi-
aei uasiro. tne ennvirhul M,.
revdlutionarv .whn ; m
the conspiracy. v
GuUerres said that no "deal Is
necessary, because Mexican police
expect to track Bavo rimm "in
day or two." He said two 'mm
suspects have been bagged in ad.
anion io me zu arrested last week,
but that others sought by the do-
lice have gone into hiding. iVFW Will Meet
"Actually, aie.loh ha h i r,n
ished. but we will try to track dott'ii" A special meeting of the G t n.
u uio rammcauons ox the plot.."
the captain said. ...
""All the leaders of 'the' nf of have
been .identified. The .Cuban .exiles
Pan To Reorganize f .;-
Crictnbal Littla Thaatra
"'I nere will be a meeting orr Frt-i
day at 7:30 p.m. upstairs in the
Margarita Clubhouse, w i t h the
purpose of reorganizing the "Cris
tobal Little Theatre.". All Atlantic
stivers interested in any phase of
theatrical work are urged to at
Royal Palm Chapter No. 3 OES
Moots At Cristobal Temple
There will be astated meeting
of Royal Palm Chapter No. a OES
tonight at 7:30 at tne Cristobal
Masonic Temple. ; I v
Mrs. Marilyn Marsh, Worthy
Matron will preside at tne meet
iiisr. which will include business,
initiation and a patriotic ceremo-
All members ana visitors are u-
vited to attend. : V ;. ;
Auction Of Stamps ?i 1':
At Tivoli Guest House
The Caribbean Stamp' Club will
hold an auction of stamps tomor
row in the 'Tivoli Guest House at
7:30 p.m.; Any interested adult
stamo collectors are invited to at
tend. The attention of stamp col
lectors is called to the current ex
hibition of First Day of I s s u e
Covers" in the case on the mam
floor of the Civil Affairs Building.
Cristobal Lodge No. 1 IOOF
Will Hold Meeting Thursday
The regular monthly meeting of
Cristobal Lodge no. z, iwr win
be held at the Masonic Temple
WASHINGTON. July 8 fTJPy -l
democratic t auonai convention
delegates from about i doien
states Hold the key to wbetner Ad-
lai E. Stevenson, can try to win
tne presidential nomination on tne
Some of these states are -known
reservoirs of Stevenson strength,
but the course to be followed by
others is still uncertain. Perhaps
the biggest enigma is Texas' -56-
vote delegation, which if thrownJ
to Stevenson at a critical tune-
could' start' a stampede.
- Some Stevenson supporters
are talking of trying for a first
ballot victory, but the prevailing
viewpoint now is that tne big
push will come on the second or
Texas is pledged to vote for
Senate Democratic leader Lyndon
B.. Johnson, a favorite-son candi
date, as long as bis nam is be before
fore before the convention. ; Five other
states have '.'favorite son" candi candidates
dates candidates and with Texas they will
cast a total of 248 voted or the
1,372 at the convention. 1 '"
- Stevenson forces are confident
od nickine uo a substantial major
ity on the second ballot from the
delegations of two of these states.
They are Massachusetts, which
expects to give 40 first ballot votes
to House Democratic Leader John
Wj. McCormack. and JMew Mexico,
which plans 16 first ballot votes
for Sen; Clinton rv Anderson.
Second' in 'Importance to Texas
is the 54-vote Ohio delegation
pledged to Gov. Frank J. Laus-
che. The word from Ohio is that
a majority of these delegates want
to jump to Stevenson as soon as
they have fulfilled their favorite favorite-son
son favorite-son obligations to Lauscne.
in Cristobal, at 7:30 p.m.
Georee W. Goethals Post No. 3835
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
of U. S. will be held at the Post
Hr.m in fttrnli tomorrow at 7:30
in niaing are 'small fish' whn rinnm All memhers are reauested
provide little or no information." to attend. ,
. U 1
No funs no bulleU but weapons more
ileat 'v thrn these are about to go off-thev
are the PATTtRNS of power the PATTERNS
of rrerd. the PATTERNS of lust than ex ex-l
l ex-l ioi e inside the gray flannel world of "BIG
MONEY!" Here to the motion picture that
strips bare the PATTERNS of life and love
on the most dangerous battlefield of all-the
skyscraper jungle! v ..
SOON AT THE CENTRAL!
Cixcn To Discuss j
During Manila Visit
HONOLULU. July i (UP)
Vice President Richard Nixon
leaves today for the Philippines
where he promised to make a ma major
jor major announcement on -relations be-
tween tne unitea Mates ana uie
The Vice President is making a
lfl-dav round-the world goodwill
tour. He arrived -here yesterday
My speech In Manila will be a
major announcement on tht whole
subject of the Asian pictures," he
told newsmen.- He-declined to -ela
Nixon also disclosed he is
broadening his Asia tour to in include
clude include two or more visits with oth
er nations who "are out friends."
He did not say which nations be besides
sides besides the Philippines and Indochi
na he is visiting.
Accomnanying Nixon on his glo
bal flieht were his wife. Pat. and
Los Angeles Times Columnist Bill
Henry, who Is serving as ms ape
cial assistant. v.-'.i' -:j i .. v. ?
Illustrated Talk t
Tonight At JWB
Mrs. Florence Mallett, .('ad
vanced color slide member o:
the Diablo Camera Club, will be
featured in the monthly illus
trated, talk to be' neld at, the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center tonight at 8.
Viewers will have the oppor
tunity to oDserve the color sitae
that won for Mrs. Mallett the
trip slide of the year title in
competition with a multitude of
other excellent slides.
A former officer of the Dia
blo Camera Club, and presently
a member of the board of gov
ernors, Mrs. Mauett will nrescnt
slides of Guatemala and Costa
Moscov Reds Derid
In Debunking Sl:!in
MOSCOW, July J (UP) The
Soviet leadership today criticized
Italian Party Chief Palmiro To To-gliatti
gliatti To-gliatti for "wrong interpretations"
of Stalin's downfall. j
Togliatti, who heads the biggest
Communist Party in the West,
was denounced by name In a So
viet Party Central Committee re
port for bis "incomprehensible"
statement that Soviet society has
reached "certain forms of degen-
crauon, :- -.
; (The. Italian chfeftabv fighting
to keep his party from splitting
over the' debunking of Stalin,, had
criticized Soviet Party Secretary
r a j. luirusncnev, ;
:. ii'be Kremlin's couulei biu
cibin today struck Western observ observers
ers observers as similar to the warmup
stage of Stalin's 1948 feud with Ti
to which led to a Soviet-Yugoslav
split only recently healed.).
In its explanation of reasons
why. the present Soviet leadership
had failed to crush Stalin for the
excesses of his later years, the
central committee did not knuckle
under to foreign party criticism in
Coupled with the statement that
no lack oi "personal courage
was involved was the statement
that it would have been wrong not
to nave revealed details of Stalin s
excesses.'.-- ,. .
MIMO TO JUNI BRIDIS.
KEEP NOTES ON HAPPINESS
Memo to June brides:
. -Go out and buy yourself a note-
r"5in flm Pe write:
WHYI THINK MY HUSBAND
SiJyS -.M0ST WONDERFUL
man w liUS'WORUJ,
IThen sUrt listing all of his good
Huauucs aaa au tne reasons why
you fell in love with him.
Don't put the book away and
forget it Keep it where you can
glance at it once in awhile. As
you live with -this man vnu w.
day after day and discover new
reasons for loving and admiring
aiu, use tune to stop ana add
them to your list.'
See bow the list stows ai
look for and discover all the fine
i in aaa .aja tttm
I hone T'm nnt-tetiw ....
""ug i anouian'i nut . thr
fsip says before telling 'some-iS-f.81)6
knows Earned weU she
shouldn't, if you are tempted tc
Kumt, meres a good
chance you are getting; ready to
ifeddle gossip. ".;
After all, Isn't iaht what
jre warning your listener yonl
are about to dot 1
1 T9 I
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Service for 8; r
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v THIS PEEK'S WINNERS!
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Jose Brown '" '" ",' Mr. Fitzpatrick -! -Carmen
Chang Ortiz t Greta Hoen!, ;V -''.,
Francisco Taitano T. Zamora v
John Bushell Roger Brasher
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Panama ( 3-0244
Persons Travel Bureau
Over thirty years o PERSON-aZized service 2034
PANAMA, R. DE P. Iilboe, Caeil Zsae.
- June 26, 1956
Allow me to take this opportunity to extend a cordiaf invitation to you
to join us on a two week ski tour to Portillo, Chile, leaving Paaama by
Panagra's "El Pacifico" flight 733 at 11:59 p.m. on July 28th and re re-turning
turning re-turning by Panagra's flight 732 on August 11th.
For soma time past, a group of us here in Panama have been discussing
the possibility of going skiing, and with the cooperation of the Persons
Travel Bureau and Panagra, have put together an all-exper.se ski trip to
the fabulous Chilean ski resort you will not want to miss. This package
deal for $526.00 (which incidentally is the same rate as the normal round
trip tourist fare between Panama and Santiago) includes air transporta transportation
tion transportation to and from Santiago, two nights at beautiful Hotel Carrera, round
trip rail transportation from Santiago to Portillo, and 10 days room and
board at the luxurious Hotel Portillo-
Like most of us, you will probably want to avail yourself of the expert'
services of the Ski School directed by world famous Emile Allais. Th
Ski School rates for a half day are $1.10, and for a full day $1.60. All
the basic ski equipment can be rented at Portillo at a surprisingly low
rate of $1.50 per day. For those of you who prefer ice skating, skates
are rented at a rate of $0.20 an hour. All of these figures may vary
slightly due to exchange rate fluctuations in Chile.
Because our deadline for accepting reservations is July 15th, be sure to
send your name In within the next ten days or two' weeks. When you
make your reservation, please include a draft, payable to the Persons
Travel Bureau, in the amount of $100.00 U.S., and we shall acknowledge
receipt of your deposit, and confirm your reservation by return mail,
I'll be looking forward to, hearing from you during the next few days,.
Please don't hesitate to ask any questions you may have, as I shall be
only too glad to answer them. My office telephone number is Panama
3-1712, and my home phone is Panama 3-6648. My mailing address is
Post Office Box 4297, Panama City, Republic of Panama.,
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR ADTJ4DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
TE2 f ANA.UA AMERICAN AN EfDEPENEEXT DAILY. NEWSFAFES
CAN At fONt POLICLINIC
OR. C. I. FABRE6A, 0.0$.
- OR. R. AVILA JR- M.D.
tin k t J"5
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Phoat fwtm t-053t
TRANSPORTS BAXTER... SA.
Phono i-MSl 2-2562.
' letro Riding i.
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
I I: 5 .. Hum 3-0279
HARNETT & DUNN
BALLROOM DANC .TUDIO
"TEACHES UNTIL SOW LSABN
R.lhn.-. 0 Pan.t 1-1M
Studio El Panami Hotel
WE will relieve Tour"
corn, calloussn, nolle
Scholia trained I
H Just AMMineno --
Canal Zone Ladies
For Smart and Lovely Hair
. try our
Double Lanoline Wave
Y.M.C.A. Beauty Salon
"LOS CHAVALES DE
Thursday BELLA VISTA
quick help m
Aithma and Bronchltla attack ar
oltn to jour body. -MjrmliiJ
Jour atrength, ruin your health, and
weaken your heart, Mendac JuWilr
etarta to work throuh the Mood t
overcoir, Aathma and Bronrhltl at attack.
tack. attack. Hh dlsnolv alrantllng m m-run.
run. m-run. promote free. eT breathlne.
Mondaco-t action la quick v i In
; very old and atubborn
.. -. nv rirumtoM today.
and a how much better you sleep end
k Irea-h Unlfht, how uch proved
v.u fl tomorrow. Mendaco flfbts
V.iViT Sronchltl and Hay Fever.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
Q solatia as by
f RIA9. MATV88I ASSOClnTt
abattoir Kacional ......
anct Pldudarl ...... 4 11
ft.tokrale.on rf.i v
Cemento Panam TS.
Chir'.cana da Lech
Cuenta Comercialea s
- Pret. with Com. .....
Owtiladora Naielortal ...
flraneiera litmef.a ,.
. Pre! w!lb Com. .....
Pinanzas. S A.
Pre! with Com.
Pueria y Lua-Pref. ...'llt'I ...'llt'I-riierza
riierza ...'llt'I-riierza v Lus-Coro, ... M
HoteleJ bileramrrkaiM.. (14
Genera) de Sefjrse ..i. St
Panamefia da Aceltea ...
Panamefta de Florae ...
Panamefta de Sefuroa '.. 25
Panamefta de Tebtco .. 10
Teatro BellavUu ..... 750
reatrri Central v 0
1 Stmt K. II
Agendas Internal. de Publicacionts
- tie. J Utter? Maa
Central Ar. tt
FOR SALIs Mahogany dining
room tot, vary good condition.
50th Stratt No. 54, in front f
FOR SALE: U.S.A. motorcycl.
650cc, side-car. Radio Arcinie Arcinie-fat,
fat, Arcinie-fat, Juan 1. Sou Stmt No. 09.
Phono 2-5426 Panama.
Vic Seixas Reaches
WIMBLEDON, England, July
(TJP) Vic Seixas of Philadrt
phia, seeking to regain the Wirn-
ship he wou In 1953, defeated
Allen Morris of Atlanta. Ga., 13-
11, 6-0., 6-3, today to reach the
tournament seminnais aion
with Lew Hoad and Ken Rcse Rcse-wall,
wall, Rcse-wall, Australia's two "whia kids.'
Hoad. who Is top -seeded in
the tournament, defeated a fel
low-Aussie, Mai Anderson, 4-0
6-1. 6-1. 1-6. 6-1. Rosewall, seed
ed second, easily disposed of
Sweden's Ulf Schmidt, 6-1, 6-3
6-2, on jain-spattered pro
gram. - (
Seixas. who is seeded eighth
next nlays Rosewall, while Hoad
faces the winner of today's
windup quarterfinal match be'
tween Ham Richardson of West'
field, N.J., and-Nealc Frascr o!
Congress Ups Ike's
By $503 Million .. 1
WASHINGTON,- July 2 (UP)
CnnavM hn inrrfiosAfl PrAKirlpntl
Eisenhower's sDendinstu teauests!
for the fiscal: year which started
yesterday by more than 500 mil million
lion million with only two big appropria appropriations
tions appropriations bills st ill waiting final, ac action.
tion. action. -i? ''-
Thus far Congress has acted on
budget requests totaling $51,479, $51,479,-444,246
444,246 $51,479,-444,246 and provided $52,014,166, $52,014,166,-315.
315. $52,014,166,-315. Still awaiting final action are
Mr. Eisenhower's foreign aid re request
quest request and funds to run the Atom Atomic
ic Atomic Energy Commission.1
Congressional leaders pun to
rush through the House, and Sen Senate
ate Senate today a "continuing resolu resolution"
tion" resolution" which will allow the ABC
and foreign aid agency to keep
on spending money until their an
nual money bills have been ap
Chairman Carl Hayden (D-A-
Hz.) of the Senate Appropriations
Committee pointed out that Con-
sress boosted Air Force funds
I $900 million, added $230 million
i for civil service retirement and
disability pavments and ordered
$38 million boost in rivers and!
harbors and flood control projects.!
The biggest slash of the session
$105,941,000 was directed at the
Commerce Department. - i
The government closed Its dooks
on fiscal 1956 Saturday with a $2
billion surplus, the first in five
years. The administration also ex expects
pects expects to wind up the new fiscal
year with a surplus but -will make
no estimates until Congress finish
es .acting on appropriations.
A congressional tax committee.
has estimated a 1957 surplus
Retired Workers Assn.
A special meeting of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Retired Workers Asso
ciation will be held Thursday
night at the pacific Service Cen
ter to discuss important miri miriness
ness miriness of interest to all members
' The meeting is scheduled to
begin precisely at 7 p.m.
f J; 'T
Ave. Eloy Alfaro 15-159
10 1 ir-v
,11 U CutufaUIa
4th el Jalf AM. J St
FOR SALE:- 1 941 Oldimobilo
91, hydramatie, radio, etc. 356,
Apt. II, next to Ancon Com
FOR SALE. 1947 Packard e e-dan,
dan, e-dan, clean interior, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $200. Phone Diablo Hgf.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chrytler Nw
Yorker 4-door jedan, o w r
ireerinf, duty paid $795. Teto Teto-hone
hone Teto-hone 18-616 Gulick er -191.
i i. 1 1.
lOR SALE. .1952 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door aedan d e I h i automatic
tranimittion, new battery, excel excel-'
' excel-' lent condition inside outtide,
$783. Balboa 2-1515.
FOR SALE: '49 Buick Super
S d a n, atandard tranimittion,
food radio, runt food, duty paid
$220. Panama 3-1010.
To Be Produced And Sold In Panama
iii. i IM,di
! O. PARKER McCOMAS
Philip Morris and Mirlboro
ufactured and sold here? as well
as other local brands under the
terms of an agreement between
the. Tabacalera Nactonal,, S. A.
and tht Philip Morris Overseas
Division. ; ?
This was announced yesterday
by O. Parker McComas, pres president
ident president of Philip Morris Inc., upon
his arrival here to conclude fin
al details of the agreement with
Carlos--A. Eleta. president of
Tabacalera Nactonal, 3. A., and
to attrad the opening of iU
new aereement marks the
second major expansion of the
Philip Morris overseas Division's
operations announced in five
days by McComas who flew
here from Venezuela after com-
ptating arrangements to supply
technological assistance to v& v&-tana
tana v&-tana (Comnania Anonima Ta
hacnlera Np.cionall to aid In
the manufacture of Venezuelan-
brand cigarettes and tobacco
rrnnrinir lir that rmintrv
Under the agreement, wnn
Panama's Tabacalera Naclonal,
S.A., in addition to supplying
technical and scientific experi experience
ence experience and assistance, Philip Mor
ris will have 'two of Its key
brands Philip Morris and the
new Ions size filter-tipped Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro cigarettes manufactured
and sold here.
Representative of the tech technical
nical technical cxnerience to be offered
fby Phllio Morris la the fact that
V.eliJjitt Donk rim nrnollnnf a tAri
Oiuiicy evntyiit vvc jjivmuv! v
technical advisor of lear ana
production for the Philip Morris
overseas division, has been in
Panama for several months
-.3p I. 0&m '
.. .. I ,.
' "Be was so young... so eager... and I was so lonely."
"She'd been resigned to loneliness, and suddenly... a man
of her own!" "The only man who ever needed me... the
way I need him.'
c : An. XUnU t .,
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS'
lit Cnlnl At.
' 14 Central Avesm
i a irri i a kimi ir i rnn dlwt ulvmviv i
BOX 2031, ANCON. CX.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.I.
SAN JOSE INN. in San Joe,
Cotta, Rka, ; effort a delightful
all-expeme three-day tour In
cool and beautiful Casta Rka for
$52.50 per pone in group of
two mer people. For reierva reierva-tiont
tiont reierva-tiont or information, writ ar
wire SAN JOSE INN, San Jot,
Cotta Rica. ;
U. OP CALIF. FOREIGNERS
BERKELEY, Calif. (UP)
Foreign Students on the three
northern campuses of the Umver
sitv of California totalled l.zie lor
the sDnne 1958 semester. Accora
ing to Allen u. uiaisaeu, scnooi
adviser to foreign students, 1,011
foreien visitors are enrolled at
Berkelev. 147 at the Davis cam
dus. and 58 at the UC Medical
Center in San Francisco.
serving: as a production advisor
to the new Dlant. and William
Saupe has been detached from
his regular duties St Philip Mor
ris Inc. to serve as lactory man manager
ager manager in Panama.
"This link-UD of Panamanian
and American skills will serve to
stimulate the local economy in
Panama and introduce tne very
latest and ilnest manufacturing
concents to ciearette production
United States- as In Panama, we
have found such a partnersmp
exhilarates the community and
encourages the expansion of the
overall productive economy in
the area. We most certainly will
work toward this end in our ar arrangement
rangement arrangement with Mr. Eleta and
his associates at Tabacalera Na
clonal, S.A.," the Philip Morris
Supplies of the world-iamous
tobaccos used In the blended re refine,
fine, refine, for the Phllin Morris brand
and lalbarpi cigarettes piredy
ve ibeen Hippedto thej tkw
TabaeaierasNacidnA piani. mis
assures that Philip Morria and
Marlboro cigarettes made In
Panama will be identical with
those now made In the Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Va. and Louisville, Ken
tucky factories or pnuip rooms
for import by Panama.
The machinery tor wrapping
Phillo Morris in its bright new
red, white and gold packages
along with the modern, new
equipment responsible for the
distinctive and aturdy flip-top
Marlboro cigarette box are now
on the Tabacalera Naclonal
The new aereement with Ta
bacaleri Nacional, SA. high high-liehts
liehts high-liehts the rapid expansion of
overseas nroduction and manu
far.ture bv Phillo Morris since
January, 1955. At that time, the
companv, through Philip Morris
(Australia) Ltd.. opened a new
cigarette factory near Melbourne,
In February. 1955. Philip Mor
ris completed arrangements with
the LaSuerte clear and cigar
ette factory for the manufacture
of Phulp Morris cigareues ior
sale In the Philippine isianas..
In December." 1955, the com
pany formed the Philip Morris
overseas division to coorainaw
and consolidate the company s
ranidlv expanding worldwide
nvprpai nnprfttions." Last week,
Mcnoroas concluded the formal
nrrftneements with Catana tO
ossist in the nroduetion of Ve
r,MiiPlan-brand ciaarettes and
ATTENTION S. LU Jutt built
modern furnished apertmantt, I,
2 bedtoomt, hot. cold w a t
Phone Ponam 1-4941.
FOR RENT. Nicely furnished
apartment including refrigerator,
parlor, dining room, bedroom,
kitchen, tiled, screened. Apply
112 Via Belisari Porrat, near
FOR RENT: 2-bdroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Phone Panama 3-6115.
FOR RENT. Furnished all-cam-'
fort apartment, inspected, screen screened.
ed. screened. Via Espana, bout befor
Juan Franco. -..
FOR RENT: Furnished apart'
menti, $65 and $55. Military
inspected. Via Ferret 99. Phon
FOR RENT: Small furnished a a--
- a-- partment In beautiful residential
lection. Clean and comfortable,
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart,
ment for bachelor, on bedroom
and bath, vary cool, Bella Vista.
$45. Phon 3-1648.
FOR RENT: Completely fur-,
nilhed one-bedroom apartment.
Across from, Hotel El Panama.
Apply For Halcon, t-12 and
2-6. Phon 3-1179.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Do Do-berman
berman Do-berman Pinschtr pup, all papers
and shot. Coco Sow phon 8487.
FOR SALE: Wardnb trunk,
good condition. Call 2-1803 aft after
er after 5:30.. x
FOR SALE: Carbi-twist con concrete
crete concrete drills, tlar drills, core-vent
drills, doubl shields, bolts,
screws, nuts, Evant whit tape,
ateel rules, etc. CASA DEL TOR TOR-NILLOt
NILLOt TOR-NILLOt East 29th Street Not'
s 29-04. Phbn 3-0973. A 4? f I
FOR SALE: Deep freeie 21 eu!
ft. Columbia, upright. Call 36 36-7225
7225 36-7225 Albrook.
IS IT SNOWING? Improv your
pictur with an antenna matched
to Channel B. Only $9.75. You
Install it or w will. Advic fro.
Phono us, 2-1326, Radio Calido Calido-nia,
nia, Calido-nia, S.A.-
NEW DEPUTY CHIEF OF
STAFF at Albrook, col. Joe C.
Stancook recently arrived here
from Scott AFB in Illinois to
take over his new duties prior
to his Training Command as assignment
signment assignment as Assistant Comp Comptroller,
troller, Comptroller, he served as Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller for the Air Force Fi Finance
nance Finance Center 1n Denver, Col.
He was accompanied here by
his wife and three daughters.
26 Under Arrest
In Plot Aqainst
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LA PAZ, Bolivia. July 2 (UP)
Interior Minister Federico Fortun
said yesterday 26 persons have
been arrested in connection with
an alleged conspiracy to over overthrow
throw overthrow the Bolivia government on
the eve of last month's elections.
Fortun told a press conference
that other suspects mlv be ar arrested
rested arrested as the investigation of the
alleged plot progresses.
He' confirmed Saturday's an
nouncement that retired Col.
indo Monge, accused ringlc
of the subversive con'pira
broke his arm in a suicide at attempt
tempt attempt at police headquarters here
Thursday. He said Monge's condi
tion is "satisfactory."
' BRANFORD. Conn. (UP)
A week after someone stole a
ana lire trom a moioresi a tai,
he found same on his back porch.
Attached was a note reading,
"Sorry for the inconvenience."
J. Fee. d 1 Out An. Me. Al
FOTO DOMY v
Jnste Amwui At. and H St.
n ttrMt u
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urg
beach house. On mil past Ca.
sin. Phone Panama 2-1515.
Gramlich'i Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern convenience,
moderat rati. Phon GambM
PHILLIPS CKeenside CottatM,
Santa Clare. Bx 435. Bolbe.
Phon Panama 3-1177. Criat
FOR RENT: Modern duplex
semi-chalet: two bedroom, two
bathrooms,-hot -water. Alhambra
Apartments, Telephon 1386.
Colon. t 1- J
FOR RENT Vacati uartrs,
1 0th Street, Paitilla, for thre
months July to September: .$
bedroom concrete hus cam-,
pletcly (urnished including Til- -vision.
. Front and back patios,
large enclosed backyard, $145
per month. Call 3-3866 after 6
FOR RENTl Furnished tmall
motel-like apartment far ceupl
without children. Army inspect inspected.
ed. inspected. Rent $40. No. 22 th Av..
San Francisco, just ff th Esoo
Service Station Via Porrat.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
in Ball Vitta: 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, rnaid'l room, garag.
ATTENTION CI.': 4-rn 1 1-bedroom
bedroom 1-bedroom cottage. Inauir at Hill Hill-crest,
crest, Hill-crest, 1 Vi miles beyond Arraijan
Check Station, $50 t month.
WANTED: 25-ycl phono phonograph
graph phonograph motor. Call 1624 Colon,
T.V.-Radio Hong Kong.
NTED:' Home for German
B) r t fil i
'fSnepherdi doo,' 10 months bid
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FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Paraae Lcttm T Street
FARMACIA "S AS"
Via rum til
NOVEDAOES A THIS
VU bftk in.
Position Offered I
OPPORTUNITY affered to sales salesmen
men salesmen with caperieace and initia initiative
tive initiative t handl fast-sailing lines.
Bring reference t Trepalco,
S.A.. 45th Street. Via EspaAa.
Stalin Died Young
Compared To His
LONDON. July 2 fUPl Josef
Stalin was a piker compared to
some of his neighbors in his home
Republic of Georgia..
The former dictator was only
73 when he died in 1953. Moscow
Radio said a current collection of'
photographs and data on Geor
gia's 10 oldest residents chow
Yagor Koroev still going strong at
.A couple of hit "funiors." the
broadcast said, include Suleiman
Arshba, 122; Beso Mamporia, 115,
and Nuiho Grdzelisheili, over 110.
OUR BARGAIN TABLE
Bar Gadgets ; 1
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'52 JTUDEBAI(ER...Ford:r $475
r kjixu ... .... -..:., ... .,
DODGE . :, : Slation Wagon ......
BUICK Hard top , Coupc. i
: NASH .v. .V. : ;Fordor I
HUDSON . .. . . . Fordor
OLDSMOBILE, Tudor .
PONTIAC : . . w i StaUon Wagon f V V
..... . .Montclair
. biineii;: :
: Help V!cntc J
WANTED: Serious, reseen
cook. Must sleep in. Peru
nu No. 37-41.
To Be Indugur
A bi-monthly combo coni?
dance will be Inaugurate -A c
Sunday, at 8 p.m. at the l
JWB Armed Forces Service C
ter on La Boca at 8 p.m. at t;
USO-JWB Armed Forces f.rrv
ice Center on La Boca Road.
A prize will be awarded to th
winner of the featured jitterbi-
dance contest which is nmiie
to servicemen and their dancir.
partners. ; .
in. addition, an orange-forc
head dance will be Introduce!.
for the entertainment of novei
o. 1 Via Espafia
gptij i -v Jf- 11 11
... .... $ 29j
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THS PANAMA AJUEICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAH.T NEWSPAPER
,-NDAT, JTLY I, 19."S
Social an J Otlt
L a T
35c. 111 20c.
' DAVY CROCKETT
Scott Brady, in
60c. r 30c-
Sterlini BALDEN Richard CARLSON
THE LAST COMMAND
SENSATIONAL DOUBLE! -Van
COUNT THREE AND PRAY
Stewart Granger Jean Simmons, in
FOOTSTEPS IN THE FOG
y Also: ..,.'
Frank Sinatra, in
THE MAN WITH THE
THE MAN WITH THE
- PJus: -FORT
840 kcs., Panama City
. r : ;
today, Monday, July t i
a nntratiir Review
4:30What's Your Favorite (re (re--
- (re-- quests-taken by phone
:35--Whats Your Favorite
a.nn Tn u annnnnr.ed
6-15-BLTJE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer) 0
8:30 Your Dancing Party
7:00' Over To You r n
7:30 VOA Report From U.S
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30v-Proudly We Hall
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by pnone
tlU 7:30) -10:30
Cavalcade Of Amerira
ll:00-Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off
Tomorrow, Tuesday, July 3'-
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests ra&cu
toy phone uii v.wi
u-iftvinrninu Kalnn noncert
8:15-Church In The WUdwpod
8:30 Musical Reveme
': 9:15 Sacred Heart
a-ini.As 1 Ke It
10 : 00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A L
(Cutex and Odorono) -.
10:05 pi"p and Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
x, till 8:30) v.,
II High -livinf
! Insect v
10 Toward the
k hears no evil
, 14 Chemical
IS Untidy girls
v 17 .profit
' 10 French
23 Health resort 11 Soaks flax
1 24 and flow 18 African fly
27 or short 20 Church
35 and v
I Gretel v
37 Close again
J 38 Individuals
1 41 Railroads
44 Italian city
'46 Takes unfair
53 Fabulous bird
' (4 Home
j 57 For and
58 Arabian gulf
Answer to Previous Puzzn
Of i : FplgiOTl
ITbsTTxl oW "c oTp a. l.
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UP)
When Jess Grund lost his sight in
an automobile accident 14 years
ago, he determined that it would
not interfere with his
snort fishing, r
Tainted Meat Sold
By Street Vendors
Poisons 500 Cubans
22 Chinese coins
26 Married men
sheltered side 31 Honeys
43 French cap
47 Faith, J
MATANZAS. Cuba,' July 2 (UP)
Tainted meat sold bv street
favorite, vendors noisoned more than 500
persons Saturday, some, 300 seri
ously enough to require hospitali
ration, it was reported vearter
his handicap, Grund entered a day. ... ;.
casting tournament and won aj r4 j
prize by putting two out of three( The victims included Agricul-
casts in a 30-inch ring from 75 ture Minister Fidel Barreto, who
As proof that he has overcome
Students Of RP
School To Observe
Balboa Women's Club
Holds Luncheon Csr Party
The Card Group of the Balboa
Women's Club enjoyed a no host hostess
ess hostess luncheon and card party Sat
urday at the Ft. Amador Officers'
The following members
guests attended: The Mesdaraes,
Marion, Lucas, Betsy Robinson,
Alice Bryan, Eliisbeth M. Ward,
Myrtle Black. Catherine Cham Chambers,
bers, Chambers, Sallie Allen, Helen R. Adler,
Louise Merchant, Edith Brown,
Ruth Jenkins, M. S. Days, Anita
Lindell,- Juanda Pennington, Lo!s
Van Home, Phtf Euper, Helen
QuirJan, Dora Michaelis, Mary E.
Ruppel, Florence Klipper, Marion
Wilkins, Ruth Smith, Peggy, Par Parker,
ker, Parker, Maude Meeks, Blance Schil
ling, Mona Brockhume, Gloria
1 H rn writ Winifred Graham .- Libby
andii..rv and Emilv Bolton.
The co-hostesses for the next
card party are Mrs. Maja Norl Norl-ing
ing Norl-ing and Mrs. Ruth Jenkins. It wl
be new op J my u.
of the National Institute.
Duncan A. D. Mackav. second
A program in commemoration of secretary of the U.S. Embassy, will
the anniversary of the independ- be guest speaker on the program,
ence of the United States will be which will be directed by the In In-presented
presented In-presented tomorrow afternoon by titute's English professor Aubrey
uw seniors of the English course H. Stewart.
"LOS CHAVALES DE
60 Ceramic piece
lit I k k W h la
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"I fish all the lakes and streams
in this part of Ohio and usually I
go to Canada every summer witn
my friends. I still get a great tnrui
out of fishing," Grund said.
Grund, 31, worked out casting
directions with some fishing bud buddies.',.,
dies.',., buddies.',., .y: :. ..;
"Like a Cshter pilot. I visualize
the face of a clock." he said. "My
partner always stations mmseu at
the 12 o'clock position. He then
tells me to cast at 5 o'clock or 3
o'clock." V ;
. ttmnd uses snmner tacaie al
most exclusively and generally is
came here to attend ceremonies
dedicating the new district offices
of the nublic works department.
President r ulgencio Batista, wno
officiated at the dedication,
The bad meat, roast pork made
up into sandwiches, was sold by
street vendors to onlookers at the
able to make his first cast within
at text five feet of the tarcet. I
"Spinning lures are not the best
...... A. fi.li .AtHna hilt 1
Way IU Vltu liau ivm,
tnmk fisning witn tnem is a gieni
sport," Grund said.
ii:uu it i
ii:05 Spins and
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News .;... 1
12:0!i Lunchtimg Melodies
12:3.1 Sweet And Hot
l:15Muflic Of Manhattan---1:30
Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Forward March
2:00 Tek Beneke Show, :
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30-Songs From The Shows
3:00 Hank Snow And Hi3 Rain Rain-.
. Rain-. bow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday
4:00 Feature Review -4
: 30 What's Your Favorite
V (r e q u ests taken by
i phone till 3:00) .
5:30 News -5:33
What's Your Fa vorit
6:00 To be announced
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30'Broadway In Review,-,
6:45 Cooperative Hour
. 7:00 Interlude For Muslo -7:154-HOW
V ENCE HEALS .
7:304VOA Report From TJ.S.
8:00-World Of Jazz
8:30 Life With The Lyons
v 9:00 You Asked For It (re (re-.
. (re-. l :que,stsT- taken by phone
' till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan-
10:45-4Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
, 12:00 Sign Off.
6:15 k 8:40
Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight
Frank Sinatra, Eleanor Parker, Kim Novak -"The
Man with The Golden Arm".
Tuesday "STORM FEAR"
; Tuesday "MARRY ME AGAIN"
MARGARITA Judy Holllday & William Holden f I
vu tvis BORN YESTERDAY
Tuesday -SWO.RD.IN THE DESERT"
Robert Ryan to Shirley YamaguchI
. "HOUSE OF BAMBOO"
Tuesday -EXECUTIVE SUITE"
FARAISO Spencer Tracy in "Bad Day At Black Rock"
SANTA CRUZ "Panic la The Streets' "Man Who
. Cheated Himself ,-4
CAMP BIERD Clifton Webb In "A WOMAN'S WORLD"
6:18 it 1:35
,60- Today! .30
Ki mr,nt turn
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OFFICIAL LIST- OFi THEf !ATI0!1AL LOTTERY 01: BEhEFIGEllCE
. PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA it - .
. Complete Prize-winninj Numbers in the Extraordinary Drawing No. 1947, Sunday, July tst, 1956
The whole Ticket has 50 pieces
: Second Prize
0706 $ 30,000.00
6605 $ 15,000.00
- PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
N Prtna N print I
M21 3M M 1(22 SM.M
I12Z 3M.M 1I2Z SM M I
222 SM.M 122Z 3M.0 1
H2S SM.M 1323 3M.N 1
422 ,' 3 W 1423 j;. SM.N i
n22 3M.M 522 3M.M
Sort ifc23 3MM
722 3.M 1722 SM.M
H22 S,MM M 1X22 ,M M
W22 i 3M.M 22 3M.M
. 3M .M
, 9M M
Ha. m PtUwt
i.M.ee I mis i m m an i,m.m ii i.imm n !,Vm.m' mi i,m m Isis twoe aa m g J JJJ JJ
2814 MW.M I 2S1S I,M.M 281S 1,M.M 282 1,M.M 2823 l.MI.M 1S2S 1.MO.M I 1827 t,M.M 182S 1,M.M 2831 1,M.M
SIJSBSlBinSBSB" , f
j Approximations Derived From Second Prize
7m' 5M.M 27M SM.M S7M SMM 7M t SMM S7M SMM 7M SMJS M SM.M 87 M SMM I7M SMM
Nil KIN MM 15M V1H 15M WM ,., MM S7M 1M.M 7M ZM.M J7IJ Jf 'J M !t UJI
M S3S.M MM 1M.M S7M 1S.M I7M 254.M 1AM 7W SM.M S711 UM 71S 15.M WIS- ISM
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
a s e - s
4M8 1MM SMS SM.M 7MS SMM MM SM.M WW 1M.M
MM 1M.M im 2M.N SMS IM M Mil 2M.M MIS .... SM.M
MM 2M.M MM 1M.M Ml 2M Mil 2MM H 2M.M
Brun c rxtucwM
-r Prize-wlnnlne; Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at 1st, 2nd and 3rd in Panama '.. I
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending In J and not Included In the above list win One Hundred Dollars (1100.00) each
. The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "B" .j
Signed by: i ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the Province of Panama C6d. 47-12155
v The Representative of the Treasury RICARDO A. MELENDE2
JOSE GUILLERMO BATALLA V
Notary public, Panama.
Carlos Gonzalez B,. Cid.
Manuel C. Hill. Jr., Ced.
RAFAEL TERAN A,
Tht winning UcktU with the last cipher and with the two last
FiDhera tnoiv only to the Fint Prize,
Tkm rir .(.. .mi ii. 9nA nd irri PrliM are drawn tentratelr. The ao
proxlnwtlona are calculated en tnt flrtt. Second and Third Print. In cae
a t.cket ohould carry the number el neb priM, the holder I entitled lt
tun payment (or each.
DMJlj 0? THE 3 STRIXES
Sunday, July 1st, 1956
Drawing Nnmber 848
- fraction Ticket
First Prize. ...... 22 $11.00 $220.00,
Second Prize 06 3.00 60.00
Third Prize. 05 2.00 40.00
The print will be paid la accordance with the Official LM at Panama la
the (fleet el the Nalieaal Beneficent Unity aiiaaltd ea Central Avenue.
Plan of Ordinary Drawlnt; No. 1948 which will take
place July 8, 1958
Divided In two etrlof ot 2S tractioiit each dcnomlnaied "A : and "B
1 Pint Prlr, SrlM A and ot :' sa oM.000 Mch terlet $44,000 M
1 Second Prize, 8eria A and B. at 1 S, 6O0.00 each rie 13.200 M
X Third Prize. Serie A tnd B. of : . 300.00 each terlet ; .no 00
18 Approzimatton. Scrlet A and B, el 220 00 each terlea 7 2OO0
Prizet, 6eriea A end B, ot 1,100 00 each teriet 1S.8O0M
M Prizet. Seriea A and B. of 66.00 etch teriet 11.8S0.M
M Prize. Seriee A and B. of 22 00 web terlet SS,tO0 M
18 Approximation, Serin A and B. el S SS 00 etch teiiet
S Prize. Seriea A and B, of 110 M etch teriet
ISApproximttlon. Serin A and B of S
Prize. Seriea A and B. of
I4.M each erlM
M M etch teriet
6 I.SS4 20
1074 PrlzM TOTAL $141732 M
Price of a whole ticket $22.00
Price of a forty-fourth part .50 (
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DcirCIVriir TUC rilCCTC ; At a part gl'ven by Mr, and Mrs. Jerry R. James at their home last week in
KlLlIYIiiU I H C VjUt j I J i honor a group of visiting educators, members of the receiving line chat informal-;
ly. From left to right Mr, James, Mrserill Rippy.lDr. Rippy, .Dr.' Caston Litton" Mrs. James and Mr. Dayton
M. Spauling. ' 4. ,'"'''',-" ,"' v , '
.mi mi a hi n i n 1 i I "'I 1 r
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s fir T"
rl IL. Lnhnu amuiiI t.tUljrk wafk knivIA kf .Mr. flnH lr.'
Til II A I lilt J AT.it J r AK IT Jerry James last week are shown here. From left to right: Mrs. Tom
OglesftV Daniel Reico," noted' American pianist,' Mrs. Mary Lowrie, Mrs. Anne Gomez of arranquilla, Colombia,
who is a houseguest of the Oglesbys.' Others in the picture include Mr. Will Arey. 'Mr. Lewis Gomez, Miss Emily
Butcher arid Mrsr-W. Preston Rambo .. -r
fturiMiAM rNTTrr iurr iminim! Governor .Potter gave members of his saff and local labor
GOVERNOR POlTtR VljVtO LUilUltUil leaders the opportunity to meet John TVRidgely, Consultant
for the House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Commivbe at a luncheon tendered by him at the Jivoli Guest
House. Mrs. Ridgely Is. here studying operations, of the Panama Railroad. r
The guests were seated at several small tables. At one table, above, were Governor Potter, center, and
, counterclockwise. from him: Mr. Ridgely, E. N. Stokes, Superintendent of the Railroad Division; B. I. Everson,
Transportation and Terminals Director; Paul M. Runneitrand, Executive Secretary; and E. W. Hatchett, Pres.
ident of the Central Labor Union-Metal Trades Council.
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TT2 PANAMA AMESICAX AX DTTET EXTENT DAILY MTVTSPArEH
mm Om. ,JlM Mull It nil J
ARTIST, GREETS GUESTS
AT OPENING OF SHOW-
r ii'l De Young greets visitors to, the openingNof her
I mi c f C I r f t t r -5
j day aiUrnoon. i t.i -. -jvV, spo by the C.Z.
LVanch of. the National League of American Pen Women,
will hang for the. .month of July. Above from left to right I
are Mri Andrew Smith, Mrs.- Betty $entz I.M'rs'. .De;-; f
Young' art teacher), Mr. Andrew Smith and Mrs. De-. i
, Young. At right the artist chats with Mrs. ; pdNthy
! Y i v namiin. -
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rOLITICS TO THE FORE At the American Legion Convention dance held at the Elks' Home in
AT .'.'.Er.ICAII LEGIOi'l DAflCE Brazos Heights, .some of the Legionnaires take time off from the dance
floor to play politics. Shown here are Russell George, La ry Lisot,' John Terry, Larry Dimmick and Armando
4. C:--eri Jr. ..y,.... ':...,:..,Jj.j.i ':;, ';vy '. ". ;'A x '. v-'-
(Empire Sheath at Je(i
A Bemberg Cupioni and cotton blend with look, of Italian silic a
a streak of a sheath ... with becoming bodict drape, deep V-back,;
twin flying panels. In black. Just one of the many, many latest
Fashion Dresses at FELIX's. .. i
. "No. 22-06 Central Ave.
No. 18-60 Tirol! 'Ave.'
i Phone 2-2126 ;
411 Alvin Sterling
Flatware Prices : ;
wili be raised by 10
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW!
; Take advantage of the
Best Sterling offer in Town!
SEE ALSO OUR LARGE SELECTION
OF STERLING -ANDtcVTE IIOLLOWARE
Alvin Sterling Flatware
is still available, for
per place setting
Direot C. Z.
40 TO 50 BELOW U.S.A. PRICES
.Speed 11000 of a second
Leitz and Zeiss Binoculars -Ha.olblad
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TUB PANAMA AMERICA AN DAILY NrWSPAPEt
JI0X3AT,-JllT 2, :
Church Of God
Pageant July 18
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) -Somehow
Tom O'Ryan's name
showed up in print with a double
T". The Memphis Press-Scimitar
used the editorial page to explain:
"That spelling of Tom O'Rryan's
name the other day may have
looked like a typographical error
to some, but we didn t consider it
one. Those two Rr's just gave
the proper Irtish rrolL
A east of members of the Monte
Cfcfuro Church of God planned to
redouble their rehearsals for a
pageant entitled "The Triumph of
lore, to be presented July 18 at
the Jamaican society Hau.
The pageant, under the direction
of Rv William J. 'Johnson, deoicts
thhfe. death and resurrection ofibers of the church
jews Christ ... ", v.. t The pageant was originally shced
icketsiare Being. sold by mem-luled tor July 11.
"21 modern "Santa" ships uniting the
Americas with fast and frequent
k : 'Kl aervice.
, .WEEKLY SERVICE FROM NEW YORK
TO WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA
? -S.S. "SANTA 'OLIVIA- V..',.,. Due Cristobal, C. Z July 3
S.S."SANTA CECILU" ...... Due. Cristobal, C' Z., Julyi
.i.t WEEKLY SERVICE FROM THE
WEST COAST-OF SOOTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA lilARGARITA Sails Cristobal, C. Z, July 3
) S.S. "SANTA RITA" Sails Cristobal, C. H, July 5
FROM U.S. PACIFIC 4 WEST COAST CENTRAL ;
AMFRICA TO BALBOA AND CRISTORAL. fi. 7.
I S.S. "SANTA FE ........ U.;. Due Balboa, ft Z July 2
S.S. "SANTA ANITA" i.......Due Balboa, C. Z., July 19
FROM CRISTOBAL AND BALBOA. C. 7. TO THF
.9 WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA fe U. S. PACIFIC
. S.S. "SANTA FE"
'.Sails Cristobal, C. Z., July 11 8
.PANAMA AGENCIES CO
CRISTOBAL: 2131 2135
131 2135 PANAMA,: 2-0556 (55? J
BALBOA: 1507 2159 V 5
Chicago Police m
CHICAGO (li'PV- Chieaeo
has a new "flying squadron'' of
225 policemen created to crack
down on crime in full force wher
ever it pops up within the city.
The squadron has no permanent
beat but operates on roving as
signments. It is sent in to blanket
areas where crime rates are high
The squadron is divided into 20
teams of 10 patrolmen and, a ser ser-seant
seant ser-seant Each team patrols a beat
about three to six blocks long.
Each team also has a traffic man
on a three-wheel motorcycle.
Four lieutenants and a captain
complete the corps and supervise
its operation.' --
According to the American Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Association,' the- special
unit is flexible. It might work Un
one area for one night and concen.
trate its efforts the next night on
a section of the city miles away.
In each case, the "saturation
force supplements regularly as
signed police. : : .
South Decota Dam
Fine Fishing Spot
PIERRE, S.D. -(UP)- The
new Fort Randall Dam tailwaters
and reservoir have become one of
the best fishing areas in the Mid Middle
dle Middle West. The dam is on the Mis.
South Dakota's Game, Fish and
Parks Department said 42,000 an
glers fished in the dam tailwaters
last year and 41,000 fished in the
reservoir. They caught nearly Z30, Z30,-000
000 Z30,-000 fish weighing 111,000 pounds;
.The deDartment said the tail-
waters produced one of the heav
iest catches of Dsn in the country
last year. The catch averaged 632
fish per acre of water fished.
The tailwaters produced mostly
sauger, crappie and catfish, and
the reservoir produced largely
bass, bullheads and bluegills.
"LOS CHAVALES DE
Thursday BELLA VISTA
RUSSIA'S OLDEST FARMER Matimad Eivaiov. 148-year-T
;1 old farmer of the Komsomol collective farm, receives the order';
of the Red Banner of Labor in Baku? Azerbaijan Republic. M.
, Ibragimov presents the decoration to Mahmud, ..who, Moscow''
: aays, was born way way back in. 1808. Caption material front
, official Soviet source. -i '. . "- ; .- t
' DINNER FOR TWO Htm BnH -.u.i-.
Chapman shares a tidbit with Musetta, a pet ocelot, in her
Poundridge, N.Y,lome Musetta, named for a character in
"La Boheme." is one of a small zoo in Charlene's home. She
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. ucey and a kinkajou.
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Lack Of Cost-Consciousness
In Services Decried By Solon
WASHINGTON, July 2 (UP) -Senate
investigators accused the
armed services yesterday of
"needlessly" boosting d e f e n se
costs by selling various items as
"surplus" and then buying the
same thing new.
The Senate Preparedness sub
committee, headed by .Senate
Democratic leader. Lyndon B
Johnson, said an investigation
showed that "somewhere along
the line the right hand did not
know or did not make sufficient
effort to find out what' th left
hand was doing."
It charged that there lias beea
a "continuing lack of awareness
for the principles of cost con consciousness
sciousness consciousness in the armed serv services."
ices." services." '.: : .'
The subcommittee, created by
the Senate to keep an eya on the
military's housekeeping methods,
based its charge on a spot check
oi 182 items bought and sold by
the armed services. It said slip slipshod
shod slipshod buying and selling practices
were uncovered on 32 ot them.
The items included ktttles.
saucepans, white paint, shaving
brushes, tooth brushes, teaspoons,
suh classes, picnic forks' a n d
spoons and gym shoes.
For example, it said that in
June, 1355, the Navy sold 4,788,-
144 unused hacksaw blades. But
during the 1955-57 fiscal years, it
said, "the Navy instituted pro
curement of 1,218,332 blades of ex
actly the same description."
"The Navy maintained that the
new blades were more durable.
But a leading manufacturer in informed
formed informed the staff that the differ difference
ence difference indurability would be noticed
only byan experienced man such
as a tool maker," the subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee reported.
It called on Defense Secretary
Charles E. Wilson and the three
service secretaries to clamp tight tighter
er tighter controls on buying and selling
practices and see that information
on military surplus stocks is more
The subcommittee took credit
for heading off at least one ques questionable
tionable questionable transaction.
It said that in February. 1955.
the Air Force sold 28,900 pairs of
unused "mitten shells for 18,670
They originally cost $94,792. Later
the subcommittee discovered that
the Air Force planned to buy a
large quantity of identical "mitten
shells," a leather-palmed glove
used by airmen.
"The 'mitten shells' that were
Sold were classified as "general-
purpose clothing and the Mitten
shells' the Air Force had planned
to buy were classified as "special-
purpose clothing, the suDcom suDcom-mittee
mittee suDcom-mittee said.'
"The Air Force cancelled the
procurement order and conceded
'it is quite possible that this de
cision resulted from the v commit committee's
tee's committee's investigation.' "K v , : r
SAN FRANCISCO, July (UP)
William W. L. Chun, 34, made
two suicide jumps from the YM
CA hotel yesterday. He succeeded
on the second try.
Coroner's deputies said Chun's
first leap was from the window
of a first floor extension of the
building. He landed on a wire
screen covering a skylight.
Deputies said he then dragged
himself up. a fire escape to the
roof and jumped 13 floors to his
death in a parkmg lot.
I- : .' :.. ........
Chun's tortuous patch to death
was traced from a wide open
window in his room to a flent in
the mesh screen and a bloody
trail up the fire escape. Another
hotel guest, Theophus Alexander
saw Chun on the fire escape.
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York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
x and Seattle.
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To Los Angeles and San Francisco and
Returning from Los Angeles 3278.00
To Seattle and Return $365.00
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By Unittd Press
With THE LONELY" FAr"'I
OF JUDITH HEARNE (Atiaruc.
LitUe Brown) Brian Moore pour s
a sharply focused camera at that
traditional butt of numerous tirel
jokes: the middle-aged spinster.
Judith Hearne ekes out a meager
living on an annuity and an oct a a-sionai
sionai a-sionai lady-like job, while movirj
from drab rooming-house to drab,
ber rooming-house in Belfast. Lii
for her revolves about a silver silver-lramed
lramed silver-lramed photograph of her aunt, a
fading oleograph of the Sacred
Heart, religion and whiskev th
last being the reason for her fr.
quent cnanges of residence.
Mr. Madden, the current lan.
lady's brother, seems to offer ai
end to this life. Just returned
from America, money in his pock pock-eis
eis pock-eis and talk of the hotel business
on his lips, he takes a more-than-passing
interest in the lonely
spinster. Even after she has
learned that his branch of the
hotel business was a job as door door-man,
man, door-man, Judith pursues him; but
Madden beats a quick r retreat
upon discovering that she is not,
as he had thought, very wealthy.
This blow shatters Judith's faith
in everything but liquor and she
sinks into the unrelieved misery of
M o o r e, in this first novel.
emerges as a meticulous crafts craftsman,
man, craftsman, capable at once of poignant
humor and restrained pity .
When man began to think, some
25,000 years ago, he began to won
der where he came from. He is
still wondering, but in the past 200
years his curiosity has progressed
from speculation to a systematic
study that has supplied at least
some of the answers. ...'
Andre S e n e t, editor of the
French magazine Science and the
Futureoffers a summary of re.
cent archeological and paleonto paleonto-lopical
lopical paleonto-lopical discoveries in MAN IN
SEARCH OF HIS ANCESTORS
(McGraw-Hill), a book which of
fers at least a reasonable guess
about every stage of the world's
development from the-days whea
the earliest forms of life appeared
up to the evolution of man.:
Senet tells his story in reverse,
starting with discoveries relating
to man himself and retrogressing
through the known history of the
early mammals, the great reptiles
and the fish to the days a billion
ot so years ago when the first in invertebrates
vertebrates invertebrates appeared on the ocean
bottom. ' '"
In line with tie photochemical
theories of Dauvilller and Ji Ji-guin.
guin. Ji-guin. the, author theorizes t! at
life began as a chemical synthesis
of water and carbon dioxide, ac activated
tivated activated by the ultra-violet rs s of
thi-sun on the surface r t' e
It is an interesting and i
tive book for the layman. s
Barnes has provided an J
read translation. ...
The ruin s of a fire-ry 2 ; 1
stone mansion, once palatial, re remain
main remain as monument, to one ot
England's great' families which
flourished for a century.
The history of the Delavals is
one of gaiety. tnKgurnAj
centricity bordering on madness.
Their goings-on were notorious
even in their day, when morals
generally, were lax.
3ut their story parallelf a col colorful
orful colorful period to English history. It
was nearly forgotten when, in the
1870's, their family papers, long
stored-away, were rescued just as
stored-away, were rescued, just as
they were about to be burned on a
trash pile. ; .
NoveUst Francis Askhara tells
the story of the family to THE
GAY DELAVALS (Rmehart), as
it is unfolded to the papers and
supplemented by research.
The Delavals rose suddenly Into
national prominence in the early
.o.u Thv died out when
the last legitimate male died in
1814- v ;. :
The chief ngures ...,
wastrel heir, and ma avancious
vounger Mother jonn,
the peerage. But t -were j
two of a number. The Delavals
left little behind them but a trail
of misdeeds. At this, distance w
time it makes interesting reading.
(Cempilad by Publishers' Weekly)
THE LAST HURRAH Edwin
IMPERIAL WOMAN Pearl S.
LUCY BROWN Irwin Shaw
AUNTIE MAME Patrick Den-
TEN NORTH FREDERICK John
THE BIRTH OF BRITAIN
ARTHRITIS AND COMMON
SENSE Dan Dale A,M an1
THE SEARCH FOR BRIDEY
MURPHY Mornv Bernstein
GIFT FROM THE SEA Anne
NIGHT TO REMEMBER
PROFILES IN COURAGE John
llslp Ycur Pi!::
PUeioi nothr hoar without trwt
ChiMiSr" Upon wltatlM C"?-
I'aM 1 H-'M
M,. awollen tl ". S. 1'-.
lit .1 Irritated i-mbrant n4 i
Nryoun.. At NC Ime
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Bombers' Ancient Formula
Of Walloping The Bums'
Paying Off Handsomely
Kadir Whips Melendez, King
In Juan Franco Feature Race
Editor CONRADO SARCZANT
m m m iv
. By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, July 2 (UP) The New York
Yankees are in an old familiar position today for
m eld familiar reason. They'll occupy first place on
the July 4th milestone because they're walloping
the byms" without mercy, "...
The Yankees demonstrated a-
new -that they know this an-
cient formula for winning pen pen-rants
rants pen-rants yesterday when they
downed the seventh-place Wash
ington Senators 3-2 and 8-6.. to
go four tames ahead ot the sec
ond-plsce Chtcaso White Sox
The sweep gave the Yankees an
18-4 record against the Sena-j
tors and eighth-place Kansas Ci City
ty City Athletics compared to a28-i
21 pace against the rest or the
In other words, the Yankee
are playing .818 ball against tne
ed the winning rally with dou
ble as Tom Gorman gained
credit lor Ms nrth triumph and
Frank Lary lost his 10th deci
The Cincinnati Redlegs crush crushed
ed crushed the St Louis Cardinals, 19-1!
and 7-1, to move within five
percentage points ot first place
in the National League when
the Milwaukee Braves split with
tie micago cuds.
-Ted Kluszeweki walloped three
nomerg in the 10-inning opener
tne last one in the midst of
six-run, last-frame uprising. The
two bottom teams and only .571 cardinals had tied the score
ball against the five other club with three run to th3 ninth of;
The Yankees won tne opener, a mrce-nour ana -minute
when Joe Collins ; walloped a
"wrong way" two run homer In
the eighth Innine- and copped
the nightcap on. the wings of
Mickey Mantle's 28th and. 23th
homerv Mantle V blows In, the
seventh and ninth innings put
him eight games ahead of Babe
Ruth's record .1027 pace. He hit
cm right-handed and the other
' Relief pitchers won both
games v "for jhe Yankees Tom
Monjan picked up his third win
In the. opener and Tom Sturdl Sturdl-vi;nt.Jiis
vi;nt.Jiis Sturdl-vi;nt.Jiis sixth In the nightcap;
Ttie, Cleveland '.Indians df a
toe white Box a staggering blow
when theyibe" them, 7-8 and
e-i, to taue trie live-game series
3-2. The Indians 'woa.the open opener
er opener with a thrce-run rally 1n the
ninth climaxed by Chico Carras Carras-quel's
quel's Carras-quel's single, and romped home
in the nightvj behind' Bot
Inron's flvehictcrv The win
ra icd Lemon. i record to 10-5.
Tl-t Baltimore- Orioles snapped
b jiive-game loslnr streak when
.r.ev beat the Bonou Red box
5-3. on Dick Williams two-run
honor. Connl Johmon yieldec
a homer tc T'rt Williams ; but
vent the distance for his third
victory while Bob Porterfield
1 Us 5?ventii loss for the
, x. ,.. .
..e Kansas City Athletic;
soiled three runs in the sixth
inning to beat the -Detroit Ti Timers,
mers, Timers, 4-3, and ena, their six six-pa
pa six-pa me losing sk9ln in, the other
A L. game., Harry Simpson lgnit-
game marked by 43 hits and
seven homers. RooKie Don Gro
limited the Cardinals to seven
hits, including Stan Musial's
I4tn nomer, in the second game
Don Kaiser pitched a six-
, hitter and Ernie Banks hit his
19th and 20th homers to give
the Cobs a 7-4 triumph but
the Braves rebounded behind
Ray Crone's five-hitter to win
the n'ghtcap, 4-3, and retain
first place; Johnny f.ogan'i
homer proved decisive for the
.Braves In the second game.
' "The Philadelphia Phillies rout
ed relief ace C!em Labine in a
five-run ninth' inning and beat
the Brooklyn Dodgers,- 7 i, but
the world champions won the
second game 4-1, as Roger Craig
spun a five-hitter spiced with
nine strikeouts. Gil Hodges hit
his 17th homer for Brooklyn in
the night cap. .:
Johnny Antohelli won hif
seventh game with the aid of
i Foster Castleman's two run
homer as the New York Giant;
edged the Pittsburgh Pirates. 3-;
2, and the Giant led In the sec
ond same. 7-8. when it was sus
pended after eight innings. The
Giants had taken the lead .in
the eighth when Willie Mays de delivered
livered delivered a three-run double. The
, ime will be confuted on Au August
gust August 10.
IT'S ROBBEKY Patty Berg Berg-stamped
stamped Berg-stamped her foot and bellowed
displeasure when she missed a
putt during Ladies PGA tourn tourney.
ey. tourney. It isn't all birdies and pay paychecks
checks paychecks for the top distaff money
To Twin Wins
NEW YORK. July 2 (UP) -Lean
Gene Green's homers enabled the
Rochester Red Wings to remain
iwc games uai'i oi paqe:seiunK
Montreal' in t h e International
League during the weekend.
The six-foot-fwo catcher from Los
Angeles hit three homers which ac
counted for six runs as the Red
Wings rapped the Columbus Jets.
8 6, Sunday. It was an important
victory, for the, Jets came back
to take the second game, 10-6.
Montreal also split Its twin bin
with Havana, The Cubans won the
opener, 10-3, behind Rudy Minar.
em's steady pitching, but -Glen
Mickens twirled a five-hit, 8-0 vic
tory for the Royals in the nightcap.
. ".. y
YESTERDAY'S STAR Ted
Klussewski of the Redlegs,
who hit three homers In a 19 19-15
15 19-15 victory over the Cardinals.
Roberts;- F;iend Head
Staff Of Seven Ml
rrwfiTNNATI July 2 (UP)
nnhin Roberts, the Philadel
phia Phillies' perennial 20-game
TPnt.iv the circuit's ton winner
headed a staff of seven pitchers
named, today' to me
League AU-SUr squad.
t addition to the two hard
virnwitiw ria-ht handers. the,
ii Matinnni Lenmie manag
ers selected Jos NuxhaU and.
Brooks Lawrence of th cmcm-
rati Redlegs, Warren Soahn ofi
the Milwaukee Braves
bine of .the BrooKyn DodK
1 TnhnnV Antnnellt Of U1C
Walt Alston, who will pilot the
NX. squad to the 23rd midsum-j
mer classic m
Griffith Stadium July 10, 1
named two catchers, four to to-fielders
fielders to-fielders and four outfielders tt
complete the nquad. The othei
eight players, who must play at
least three Innings barring In In-Jury,
Jury, In-Jury, were selected in a nation nationwide
wide nationwide noil of newspapers, radio
an TV stations.
Robert, who has started
five of th last six All Star
games for the NX. was name
for the sixth '" desnlte his
current t-S record. He has
pitched a tot-U of 14 Innings
and has a 6.43 earned ran av
eras in previous All Star
Friend, key man in the Pi
rates earlv sunre this season. li
the league's leading winner
with an 11- record and to 1955
topped the circiHt with a 2 84
earned run mark. This marked
the first time he was selected
for the squad as honor which
also went for the first time tc
L bine and Lawrence.
l abine. Prooiclyn's brilliant re relief
lief relief specialist, has a 7- record;
I awrence has 4 perfect 10-T
slste although he' has pitched
only four complets game fo
the Redlegs, Nuxha'l stmds R-
Foahn 6-6 and Antonelli 6-7
f, Chicago's Bob Rush (7-3
Philadelphia's Harvey Haddix
(54) and Brooklyn's Don New New-combe
combe New-combe (9-5). Newcombe has a
sore arm and has not pitchc i
since. June 21.
The manager? followed the
preference of the fan roll
adding shortstop Ernie Banks cf
Buffalo collected IS hits off four
Richmond pitchers for a 13-0 vic victory
tory victory in their onener. Fowever. Ed
Lopat pitched the Virginians to a.
3 2 triumph in the nightcap, wnicn
was halted after five Innings be because
cause because of rain.' 4M
At Toronto, the Maple leafs post
ed a 10-9, 10 inning victory over
the Miami Marlins despite who
home runs by the losers' Ben Tomp
kins. The second game was caued
after six innings with Miami lead leading,
ing, leading, XO, and will be resumed at a
later date. ...
Seven Coats lend
(5 Pish In
In the first three days of the
"anarna Rod and Reel Club'r
larlln and Sailfish Tourney 6f
jllfisb have beer, landed by the
seven boats wnich participated
j during the weeitena.
Dolphin, amberjack, snappers
If yon go by the record book, Archie Moore, the truculent
antique, was only 6 years old when Dempsey hamburgered Wil Wil-lard,
lard, Wil-lard, and Jamea J. Parker the First hadnt even been porn, an
event Saskatoon, Ssk was not to celebrate until nine years
later. 4. .v.:: s -i .,-.$.:
Xn view of these circumstances, It Is considered somewhat
Improbable that either personal recollections of the historic
Toiedo blood bath (July 4, 1919) would be remarkably vivid, or
even that they would be competent to evaluate the contribu contributions
tions contributions Jack (Doc) Keams made to it r s
' Fortunately, there are other sources. One is the doctor him himself,
self, himself, who though in his 70s, Is still to there punching; as Berge
Obolensky delightfully has a way of putting it. In fact, that's
how Moore and Parker happened to get to here to begin with.
The doctor has them fighting to Canada next month, and
since he never was a gent to do things half way, the match is
being billed lor the heavyweight championship of the world.
With Rocky Marciano retired,' thert Is no champion, so for
Dauy-uuo purposes, tne aoctor prooamy leies he has as much
right to call, his match a title affair as the next fellow. But
what recommendations Parker has beyond nationalism are
oDscure. sua, lor tne doctor this may be quite sufficient.
SAFE AND SANE r''
V Naturauy, Moore's handlers. ; J one of whohi not surpris
togly, is the doctor. . have reason to believe thnt th inhiii.
tion of Parker can be accomplished at no grave, peril to the
venerable one's position as ieading pretender ".to-the empty
The doctors most memoraolc moment, of course, came that
afternoon wnen he saw Dempsey crowned as the heavyweight
uiaiuyiuu, huu, uciaeiiMUiy, waen no aian i miss by much win winning
ning winning $100,000 on the proposition Willard would be stopped to
uic iuab iuuiiu. ,
That was 37 years aro. It's a' tribute to th doctor', in.
genuity. Indestructibility and perseverance that he's still trying
u iii.no nu uucm irvyr wner sou conaiiious normally prom
' He didn't get to cut in on Dempsey's two rich gates with
Tunney.' By then the fighter and the manager were no longer
on terms of social congeniality, Kearns later managed Mickey
namci, uuk me wcrscy DHiuer oua come to um aoctor ready
uiauc wucica icuipscjr was OttllU-MWiea JOD.
. Kearns was never again to have a great heavyweight.
Dempsey had spoiled him. Along with a few others, he bought
uucjr jvmiums cuntrnci. una mae nun ngnt neavyweight cham'
pion. Maxim was an anomaly. He was strong, brave and skill
,eay out there was no hurt to his punches, To the doctor the
contrast was agonizing.
The doctor Is not the kind to look back with longing to the
yesterdays. i .
- The afternoon of July 4, 1919, Is understandably an excep exception.
. Willard was cruelly beaten, his face almost literally slashed
to ribbons, and after the fight he charged Dempsey fought with
True or false? The doctor was asked the other night to
? Kignt on, l want to say Dempsey needed no help. He was
s.iemuc puncner ana was at nis cest against big men where
ue vuuiu get, in Ciose sna uppeicut. ...
"I was, of course, tryinr to let every edre I eould for mv
fighter. I had powdered aluran in an ordinary talcum-powder
can, and I asked WUlard's chief second, Walter Monynahan,
who was looking on to be sure on dirty work was done, if he
minded if I sprinkled the stuff ever Dempsey's bandaged hands.
" 'It's terribly hot today,' I said to Monynahan, and this will
s.eep nis nanus worn sweating too mucn. ; I guess you're doing
uie same wiui iicu nanus, en: --
, "Monynahan nodded. To the average person alum and tal talcum
cum talcum powder look pretty much alike, so I'm not trying to make
him look stupid. Needles to say, there is a great difference in
the chemical effect. Hardened, it forms a cast and. well, to
that extent, Dempsey's-gloves were a bit loaded, But as I say,
It was help we didn't need at all
the Cubs and first-baseman Ted,..1""'"" '-Kill
Kluszewskl of the Redlegs to the J" -'. iZrEL
through game, played on Jpnt,SusiTr-V.M:.
four starttoe lnfieltiers. But thev
by-passed two players to pick
second-baseman Jim Gilliam of!
the Dodgers and one to select
third-baseman Ed Mathews of
The four outfielders who
join the fan's selections on the
squad aro Hank Aaron of thi
Braves, Willie Mays of the (
ants, Duke Snider of the
Dodgers and Rip RepulskI of
the Cardinal. The managers
by-passed Cincinnat 's Wally
Post to name Mays bat other otherwise
wise otherwise followed the preference
of the boIL
Manager r Birdie" Tebbett of
the Redlegs and manager Fred
Hutcnmson or the Cardinals
were named coaches: Al walker
or the Dodgers will be the bat
ting practice catcher tr.d John
ny Mcuau oi the Giants ami
Ron Negray of the Phillies were
selected batting practice pitchers.
The complete National Leasur
squad (x-selected by fan poll):
Pitchers: Joe Nuxhall and
Brooks- Lawrence, Cincinnati:
Johnny Antonelli. New York-
Clem Labine, Brooklyn; Bob
Friend.- Pittsburgh: Robin Rob-
erts, Philadelphia and Waiter
Catchers: (xi Ed RaHev. Cin
cinnati; Roy camp a n e 1 1 a
Brooklyn and Del Crandall, Mil-
Infielders: (x Ken Bover. PX
Louis; (x) Roy McMillan. Cin
cinnati; (x) Johnny .Temple
Cincinnati: (xi Dale Lone
Pittsburgh; Ern: BankC Chica
go; jim umiam, Brooklyn;
runners are .10 plentiful that the
iisnermen nave ma to taK9 ir
their bait lines and fish ; only
from their outrigger? lor mar'
Lin and use flat lines for saiL
Surplus fish caught by the;
boats was brought to by the Ar Army
my Army for- distribution to local
charity institutions by the First
Laay 01 Panama, Dona oiga A
Lafeest sailflyh brought to
over the weekend:
20 lb. test, 6 thread, caught by
veuna A. Biirxnart f&err'j
Three New World Records
Set By Strongest Ever U.S;
Olympic Track & Field Team
30 lb. test, 9 thraad. caught by
Arturo viai rvaiena").
50 lb. test; 15 thread, caught
by Warrant Officer K. C. Col Collins
lins Collins ("Q56"J.
120 lb. test. 36 thread. Caught
by Pfc Robert Martin (J-3763).
Boat score tor June 20. June
30, July l:
fieri raised '31. released or
or boated 4.
or boated 12.
As usual the
I Mathews Mll-arar.lr
iiianaKcrs' it er. rtffaM.. .. i.
..... ... ,, Tiuicni son. Cincinnati ii om Ke'l
b, jjvi.u jwiicu incr, ijrooKiyn,
J-3762 raised 24, released or
j-3753 raisea 21. released or
J-3763 raised 24. released 01
xQ-56 raised 27. released 01
Th Army boats have come in
and the Valeria is expected in
today, but experts to return tc
grounds later this
in a month lone
luuraameui mere are jiever a
great many bop.u out at once
everyone feels that the results tr
aate are outtsandlne. and that
the tournament Is off to a ood
The United States today
showed the worid Its strongest
Olympic track and field team In
history, with three new interna
tional marks already to its cred credit
it credit .,:..- ,. -.. ....
It was the official start of s
lona. touch trail to the 195
Games for those who made the
team in the Friday-Saturday
Head U.S. Olympie coach Jim
Kelly cautioned members to
"be careful and keep In shape"
until they go to defend the'r
laurels at Melbourne, Austra Australia.
lia. Australia. Nov. 22-Dee. 5.
It won't be easy, what with
a series of informal meets
scheduled between now and
then, which mean required
appearances for the athletes.
One of the outstanding start
of the trials who will lead a
squad to-Melbourne Is Charley
Dumas, Compton College (Calif.)
sophomore, who made history
by cracking the seven-foot bar
rier in tne nign jump, tie set a
world record with ah official
leap of seven feet one-half inch
Otner members or the nign-
jump squad are vera
Santa Clara County
July 2 (UP).Youth Center, and Phil Reavis
The Army's Lou Jones put an another
other another world mark on the books
for-the U4S. with" a 45.2 In the
o-meter dash. He was followed
oy jim tea, Air Force, and
vnanie jenxins, viiiancva.
uienn Davis.. Ohio i State
cracked another world mark tc
taxe leaaersnip of the 400-me.
ter hurdles team. He clocked 49.
3, a big whack off the old rec
ord of 50.4. Eddie Southern, Tex
as au, ana josri uuipreath are
tne otner members.
Bobbv Morrow of Ahllene
Christian, will lead two squads
to Melbourne. He and Ira Mnr.
chison matched the world mark
of 10.2 in the brelimihary heats
of the 100-meter dash. Thane
Baker of the Air Force is the
other team member. Bak?r and
Murchison did 10 4 In the flnalr
behind Morrow's 10.3.
Morrow's other first was in the
200-meter dash, which he took
m 20.6. followed by Baker and
Anay Btanneid, New York Plo
Another star of the trials
here was Tom Coortnev of the
wuson 1 Army, woo cracked the old
Antonio Eskildsen'r consistent
Kadir yesterday raced to a
thrilling half-length victory over
mutuels favorite Melendes to
the featured $650 seven furlong
sprint for Class C Imported
!.norougnoreas at tne Juan
Franco race track.
Jockey Ruben Vasmiei rated
Kadir a close third to fast going
oarg-s itoyai ana Meienaez a;
the latter two battled head and
head for the lead. About two and
a half furlongs oui, Melendez
forged to the front with Kadir
advancing to second place.
The two leaders etnered the
homestretch less than a length
apart with strong finishing King
viuse uuuuu. jLaair out: as tea
Melendez in the drive to the wire
with King winding; up third an another
other another haif length back. Early
pacesetter Bar$e Royal slowed
(o a virtual waiic to the final fur furlong.
long. furlong. Kadir returned $5.40 to win. He
was one of the many short pric priced
ed priced winners that keot the iorm
payers nappy yesterday.
. Jockeys Anredo VaMuez. Brau.
Ho Baeaa, Alejandro Vcaza and
Julio jimenea Jr. shared aaadle
uuuurs witn -two victories each.
St Louis .
New York ,',
-Dainty Duchess S4 4n
2 Almtoar $2.60
1 Gonzaga $20.40. 6.60. 3.50
a Dawn dong $6.20, 3.20
3 Must Be $2.80
First Double: $61.40
1 Marcellta $2.60. 2.20
2 Bull Flea $5.20. 2.20
3 Guarare $220
1 Mr. Tlvoll. ti. 2.20. 9.20
2 Paparrorra $3 20, 2 20
3 Enrlqueta $2.20
. Quiniela: $11.?$
- Firrn race
1 Takeaway $7. 3.60
2 Yoslkito $4.C0
lVuleanlzado $7.60. 4.80. 5 o
2 Dlxlprincess $4.80, $
SEVENTH 9Arr. S
1Armador $a. 3.80. 2.40 :V
2 Amat $7, 2 60
3 Bos'un's Mate $2.40
Second Double: $25.20
1 Rablblanco $8.40. 3. 2.40
2- r-La Enea $2.60, 2.20
3 Rina Rot $2.40
1 Little Fool $0.80. 5.20. s
2 Kenslneton $34.40. 8.20
3 Opulento $2.20
une-Two: 137 60
1 Kadir $5.40. 2.80
2 Melendez $3
I C. McCarthy $13.20. 6.60. 3.2f
z Maria stuardo $4.20, 2.20
3-Lucky Test $2 20..
THIY STAND PAX
WASHINGTON (NEA) Onlv
two teams in major league histo history
ry history the Senators and Athletics
hive not changed managers dur
Calif.) American mark with 1:46.4 in
(lie 800' meters. Arnle Sowed.
University of Pittsburgh, and
Lon 5ourrler, Air Force, took
the other bertha in ths event.
A new American mark went
to Bill. Delltoger, University of
Oregon. He tourea tr.t 5.000 m-
i'-s in 14:26.-followed bv Curtis
Stone, New York AC. and Max
Ttnex, 8.C. 1
Traex was another star whr
made two teams. He will lead
th 10.000 meter squad, which
also include. Dick Hart, colle
giate Track and F!!d club, and
nordon McKenzic, New York
Pioneer Club. Truex'i time war
30:52. Part also made aiternatr
in the 5,000 meters.
Another world mark wat
ecuailed by Parry O'Brien in thr
er.c. nut. He matched his owi
m ognlzed recca of 60 feet, if
l::l-e, followed by Kin -- Ban-
ntm, Manhattn C01 e an
mil Nieaer, Kansas.
New York at Brooklyn (N)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)
St. Louis at Chicago j
Only games scheduled.
Philadelphia 000 002 005-7 10
arooxiyn 400 000 0004 7
; uwens, r. Miller Negray, S.
Miner t-i, Meyer and Louata.-
Maglie. Labine (7-S), Bessent
uo wsuaer, ...
FMiadelphU 100 000 0001 5 1
urouKiyn O00 3O1O0X 4 7 2
Rogovta (2-4), R. Mlller. Mey Mey-er
er Mey-er and Seminlck.
Craig (8 -2) and Campanula.
New York 000 nil nnnn 11 1
PJttsburgn 000 010 1302 $ t
Antonem 17-7). flr unm unit
; Friend (li-), Face and Foiles.
New Yore no oin mt 11
Pittsburgh 200 040 006 7 1
uttlefle'.d. Rid sit thrall
Wilhelm and Westrum.
Pepper Face. Munger," Arroyo
and FoUes. r
Game sumenilnA until
. yvr nv 1 count in tne records
(First Game) 1
Milwaukee 000 000 000-io 0 1
Chicago 30O001 12x7 10 1
BUhl '8-tl Phlllina Inhnt
and Rice, Crandail.
Raiser (22) and Landrlth.
Milwaukee 30i nnn nnh
Chicago 001 000 002-3 5
crone fS-S) rhi-huh. nj
Davit (2-3). VlUn llrotl
Brosnan, Lown and ChitJ.
w 1 pa "(J
.46V 23 .648
. .39 26 400 4
. -39 29 .574 f",
.35 32 .522 I,
. .33 38 .457 13 ",
. .30 $7 .448 14
. .29 45 .392 IS".
. .2$ 44 .371 .1$
Detroit .-Detroit .
TODAY'S GAMES 2
Chicago at Detroit -1
: Boston at Washington fjl
Only games scheduled.
Washington 100 001 000-2 ) 2 I 0
WAV, TI.b AAA AM. Z
-Pascual -$) and FitzGrja'j
Toti, Morg .v (3-5) and Beir.
Washington 0C0 210S00-6 10-2
New Yorjr, 002 300 lfti-Ji a n
mo. Byerly (0 -I t and Courtney
Chicago 000 020 J10-8 11
Oeveland 1 lioonnix- intf
Consuegn (1-2) and Lolior. V
-nPS11' laral1' Narlekl (2)
and Hegan; Averill. y
(Second Garret ?
Chicago 010 000 000-.t tU
Cleveland im 20S oo a
Donovaa (t-S) ami Moss.
Lemon (10-5) and Hegan,-
uincinnau 023 200 411 619 20 5
q. imuui uuj uea ni 2,t 9- 1
Lawrence. Fowler nia-v set.
2r,-vri?,man Jeffcoat '(l-i)
Nuxhall and Bailey.
flchml.1t. Collum wKu.
Jackson, McDanlcl, Kinder. Kon.
stanty (0-1) and Smith. 7
(Second Gam i
Cincinnati 032 010001-7' 9 r
St Louis nnn innnnn t 1 1
.4 x. 1 J
rf? V" na Burgess.
Llddle (1-4). uminiiU m.i,
1 .. ,r ui
uabi. r ......
Detroit 120 000 000-S I r
Kansas city 100 003 00x-4 10 1
wLry (4-W), Oromek Aberand
Boston 002 010 000..3 11 1
Baltimore 100 130 OOx-s in r
Porterfield ti.n iti rs-
ish and White. rt
Johnson (34) and Smith.
W L Pet ton
. .46 29 .613 w
. .46 32 .532 2
. .39 35 .527 8 V,
. .38 3 J14 ly.
. .40 41 .494
. .36 44
. .34 4.'.
. .30 11 46
Optm Nlfhtlr tana
S:N V m.
21 (BLACK JACK)
BAR SERVICE '"
"LOS CHAVALES DE
In The Majors
(Based on 156 official at hats)
IT.'" ? r r M
ouwey, unct 54 169 28 58 .34?l
Boyer. St l. so t kk m
Robinson, CIn. 67 238 55 77 .32'!
v"inciii nits. 58 183 26 59 .32?
Muawi, 01.. 1 fig 261 43 83 .318
AMERICAN t tir.it
Mantle, N. Y. 71 2H4 69 ico me
53 188 44 68 .36?
59 221 33 71 .34f
62 222 46 71 J2f
52 191 30 61 MS
nienmona .36 44 50 12f
Buffalo . .30 46 J3S i!.t
Havana 110 030 00510 18 S
Montreal 010 101 000 3 7 4
Minarcin ind Dotterer; Walz
Cristante (5), Nlshita (7J, Cole
(9) and Rowooro.
000 000 00 6
014i0Ox -8 7
Today Incanto J5
Glenn Ford, to
Ann Blyth, to
. In Cinemascope I
Torfoy IDEAL 20c
CAFE SITTON presents:
Wm. Holden, to
'Mr. Grant Takes Richmond"
Stephen Dunne, in
Law. of The Barbary Coast"
Berra, Yanks if
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks 71
Boyer, Cards 59
Simpson, Athletics ...... 57
- Muslal, Cards 56
- Wertz, Indians .......... 55
Mantle, Yanks 69
Boyer, Oards 55
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 55
Lopez, Athletics 53
Yost, Senators 6$
Mantle, Yanks 100
Boyer. Card 94
Simpson, Athletics ..... 86
Ashburn, Phils 85
Runnels, Senators ....... 84
(Based on 7 Decisions)
H I. M
Lawrence, Redlegs 10 0 1.000
Pierce, white 8 ox ...12 a S7
iHturaivant. yanks ... 6 1 .857
Craig, Dodgers 8 J .80C
Brewer, Red Sox ....10 3 .768
- Sanchez; Amor (3) Cqeche
(5) and Sieirr.: Mickens- ami
Columbus 010 021 200 A ii'l
Rochester 003 000 S2x t u
Kuzava. Thiea (6K kr 4i
and Noble; Russ?H. Markeil- ()
Wright (7), B. Blaylock tfi.aad
Rand, Green (7).
Columbus 200 124 1-10 IX f
Rochester 200 001 3 6 13 2
Cox. WooldrldM f7i snil wa.
ble: Deal. Faszhols it), a. mv.
lock (6), Glegor (7) and Green.
(First Game) :v;
Richmond 030 22Q 020 9 14 1
Buffalo .004 161 Olx 18 16 C
Cereghlno, Coats (3), Starr
(5), Nardella (5) and Watling Watling-ton;
ton; Watling-ton; Nicholas, Welsi (2'N Cole Coleman
man Coleman (4, Drew 8 and Sherry.
Richmond ', 100 20$ 6 C
Buffalo 010 01 t T,C
Lopat and Neeman; Bowman
(Called at end of Stb Rata)
Miami 002 uOl 231 0 9 14 1
Toronto 060 000 013110 15 t
Qualters, Jpring. (2), Kipper
well (10) and Niarhos; Blake
Woiey .(7). Jacobs (8). Romber-
ger (9) Fischer (10) and Sawat Sawat-skl.
skl. Sawat-skl. Miami 000 0011 2 C
Toronto 1 00 0000 1 H C
Cardwell and Command: K
Johnson and Savatskl.
(Called end of 6th kv curfew.
To N completed at a later date).
EAST LANSING. Mich. (NEAVl
Michigan State's football team de defeated
feated defeated eight consecutive Pacific
Coast Conference opponents in
tbeir last six grid campaigns.
f "n r 7
.Read story on pagz 7
AN ISDEFEWENT gH.DAUY KEVSrUE!
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MARILYN AND IN-tAWS Marilyn Monroe poses' with her in-laws after a news conference
Roxbury, Conn. Left to right Isadore Miller, Miss Monroe, Mrs. : Florence Miller and
I i ter son, Arthur filler, :
, ; .. :::
ITWSPAPER WOMAN KILLED IN CAR CHASING MARILYN A passerby comforts Princess v
. scherbaioff. shOWy before she died, while photographer Paul Siade (left) consoles his
' 'L:red brother Iruv Jr"'owijg en aecldent which occurred when tha car in, which the pair
,s clwina M?ril-r ''onroe and Arthur Miller skidded off a road In Roxbury, Conn. Prin-
' rcss Echerbatoff and Da Slfde hd come to Roxbury to attend a news confexence at Miller'
home. ; t
r:arilyn Monroe Remarries
; Jier n 'e wish Fa7h
TnMAH. N.Y.. July 2 iUP
, hur Miller and Marilyn
; ... ) ; were remarnca ntrt
' -'day in the Jewish faith.
ceremony took place at
home of Mrs. James BW-
a family friend of Miller.
wt 25 persons including 15
r'T'nbPrs of MillPi'.; family wlt-r'-sd
the double, rin?; ccremo ccremo-ry
ry ccremo-ry 'tifirformed oy Rabbi Robert
E. Goldberg of New Haven.
4inpr' hrother Konnit,. Ros-
!tn mv sprviH ns hcst man peainst him bv tW House un-
and Hedda Rosten of New Yori 'American activities committees
was bridesmaid. There was a re
ception for friend3 following
Miller said he and Marilyn
would try to go to England for
a honeymoon trip, but that he
"hasn't heard a word- about
passports." H8 said he exoectea
to hear something this weeK,
Miller said he 1 had heard
nothins; further concerning the
proposed contempt proceeainnf
L U X TODAY
3:07 5:03 6:59 8:55 p.m.
"1 --r'di-" StLUM
- tAf VALLC"E
FIAKC9 FIMIII Y
rtHTI If lAUfiEXTHt
r CA3U hn
1:15, 2:49, 4:41, 6:54, S:59 P
THE MOST SENSATIONAL
TRIAL IN U.S. HISTORY
GARY COOPER, in
i Warner Bros."
w fil$ nt of robs $
Billy Mftchttl t fighting mn
who 'fought ho funf'l
It iV I
CUDDLE CP Actress Marl-'
lyn Monroe snuggles up to her
husband Arthur Miller during
.a news conference at Miller's
v home in Roxbury, Conn,"
PITTSBURGH. Julv ? (VP
ine i-eaerai Mediation Servirp
considered todav nossihlA intprvsn
lion in the deadlocked "tontrrt
dispute between toe nation's basic
steel companies and the United
Steelworkers which has choked off
virtually au production of the vital
Mediation chief Jnspnh v V,n.
negan planned to talk; to USW
presiaeni uavia J. MoiJnna,ii and
u.a. sieei vice president John A.
Stephens, chief industry : negotia negotiator,
tor, negotiator, and explore "any steps which
might be helpful" in ending the
strike which now has idled 650,000
worxers tor two days and threat
ens to become the worst in the
country's history. i a
McDonald warned : yesterday
that the shntdowa may be
"long" unless tbt i d a s t r y
, comes np with, a 'better offer
than the one on which it bow
Roth McDonald arid Stanahf
returned to tne rittsDuren ouices
,i tr 1 i
ii om new xorK wnere unorece-
dented joint conferences between
tha IISW and thi "Riff Thr"
companies blew up 'Saturday, six
nours Detore tne miomgnt dead
line for the strike.
Ttnth MrflnnaM anil Stonhn
to resiimc iififfntiatinnii hut trl.
fastly maintained their widely di
vergent positions. :
On his arrival in Plttsbureh ves
darday, McDonald said chances
of getting peace talks going this
week were "remote."
Of 2 Ceylon Bases
Foreseen In Talks
LONDON. Julv 9 rrrpv '.Mm.
Minister Solomon fianrlaranait nr
Ceylon said today that Great
Britain "has agreed in principle"
to the evacuation of the-British
air and naval bases on Ceylon. He
said loint Statement rnnlit ho
expected tbjs week. ,
Bandarinaike said that aHc
resardine the nrnrpriiira fnr th
evacuation of British forces' at the
inncomaiee ana Jiatunayake baa-
were being worked out now. He
said the talks were Dropnusins
very well" and that h did. n
anticipate "any complications."
The Ceylonese Prime Minister
is in London for the Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth Prime Ministers meeting.
He is meeting seDaratelV wilh
British officials on the bases is
"Let the people know the truth mtd the country is $afe" : Abraham Uncoln;
B ' PANJ
Plane Maker Says USAF's Extra $1 Billion
Mil Produce Wo Additional B-52s In 1955
TWINING FETED AT PARTY
at the l-'",",, -52 Kow
, ...... vvwi tiU'iWTi
Weather Or Not
Tkli waalhar rtport, for tha 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, it pre prepared
pared prepared hy the- Meteorolofical and
Hydregraphic Branch of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company:
(max mph) .
' . T. 1 D I $ -.
' TUESDAY,! JULY 3
1 HIGH ,
i-ITVi,! I cnti!
I' k-'in 1 ilik .. .' I
A tot of women seem to tfilnk a
husband should wosh up when
he's osktd onJ dry up-when he's
LAST DAY! .75 .40
S:00 4:50 8:55 9:95 n.ni.
The Great iKf'.
Romance! Jl iS
jjOMa im or lit
4th of JULY
supsrb bcst-ssITsr is naw
irfeiin motion picturt!
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: FREDRIC MARCH
LEE J. COBB
IHM Baal mm amm
DAWRYL T ZAMUCK W
MM ht f tarn mi mum ki
WIESBADEN, Germany;-' July
(UP) U.S. Air ITnrns fMof
of staff Gen. Nathan p. Twining
returned to the West from mo.
cow yesterday and said the so-
uraon nas -line air lorce
'Twinlne flew hem in an at.
Force DC-6 from Moscow via
Berlin after an Kight-day in inspection
spection inspection of Soviet air force
strength at the invitation of the
T'Thev have a finn ir
good equipment and good organ organization,",
ization,", organization,", the U,a air chief told
newsmen during- m stonnvor m
Twlnlnc xnlrl. nnuiDUBri (tin
withholding, details of his qo-
servanons until he reported tc
the Defense Department on hi?
retUm tA Washimrtnn Warinaa-
Russia Has Fine Air Force
Twinine. appomnnnlprt kn i. w. . '
luuiucr ui jnuierio unaispiayed
IX)NDON, July 2 (TJPj John
Richards and HarnM WhithA,,eB
were fined a total of $8.40 yester-
aay on convictions of being drunk
while baby-sitting., v
new planes, includlnj; supersonic
ucna-winsea iieiir.ers y
He also toured Soviet aircraft
lactones, air training academies
and inspected jet engines and
equipment at some detail.
' I got to see quite a few
things." he told renortern at
Asked whether he was satis.
tied with what the Soviets show
ed mm, Twining said: ; "you
never see all you want to see."
Asked whether it measured ur
to his expectations he said It
was "okay." "It was worth the
trip," he added.
Lifer Vho Lynched
US Airman Paroled
From Cerman Jail 1
HEIDELBERG: r.orm, Tl.,
- IUI J A BJ.Vir4) fl f -arm m
sentenced to life imprisonment for
ine wartime lyncning of a downed
U. S. -airman h haon
from the Landsberg war crimes
prison, the U.- S.: Annr announc-
WASHINftTDlM j,,l,r. Mini
Two congressmen said yesterday
a big aircraft manufacturing firm,
presumably Boeing, told t h e ra
eAir, ait f orsce lunds voted
additional B-52 bombers this year
Reps. F. Edward Hebert (b-La")
Chairman nl tha ir,... a
Services Investigating subcommiU
toP.GOP -member1 of the group,
said the firm'. nffi,-.i -ittirri
that "they cannot spend th mon.
iu uie ne yeas.
'Pe3r ",d ttey M Spend
H100 or $150 million, but they
certabily couldn't spend one bii-
hon dollars Hess said. "And
evea if they did get the money,
there wouldn't be one addition additional
al additional plane tamed out by the end
of the year."
Asked during a tolo;ci
t e iijivu sulci
Bocjpg Aircraft Co.. Hebert re-
puear "Draw "your own conclu conclu-iwis.
iwis. conclu-iwis. but Boeinff manufactures
the B-52 J . ..
The. rnncrroaomAti Mhonfiw
pleted a tour of 12 aircraft plants.
- The $900 million in extra Air
Force money was arMprf hv re
gress to the $34.: billion, defense
appropriations bill now awaiting
President Eisenhower's sianaturo.
ucmocrais, wno iorcea thron ii
'The Soviets were very hosp!- vJ,r.:..;K-1
taoie,- ne sam. They entertain-" Police reserve Set. Otto Rein-
nCT,Iry L", vi v mardt became eligible for p
iwiiiiiic aim ins dhhv wsic lasr vur atm h i nni. .....
seen off at Moscows Vnukovo reduced to- 26 years. The Allipd-
alrport by a delegation of high German clemency board voted un un-Soviet
Soviet un-Soviet armed force leaders head- animously to set him free,
ed by Marshal Ivan Konev, dep. .
uiy minister oi war, Keinnarat s release reduced the it au the money cannot be usee
in sayinp eoo'tnys to Timing 'number of prisoners in Allied war, this year, it should be made avail
Konev declared: crimes orisons in Germany fa fid able for future Diane deliveries.
me increase, neueve Mr. Eisen-
nower may impound the extra
funds as President Truman otu-e
Rep. Charles W. Vurs 11 ( ; -111.)
issued a statem'-i (f
in bj the increase I
that '"front-pae r-.i ,
giviitj; aid and m i I
eneity by "in ,., s
ments about our, n i s
fense." .- '
"These aelf-sfvW tnilllaro v.
perts are iradermining our f o r.
eign relations with their publicity
in attempting to force more mon money
ey money on the Defense Denartmenr.
than Secretary Charles E. W i 1 1-son
son 1-son feels can be wisely spent,'1
Vursell .said..' Kx-
"It is unfortunate that there are
those 'who, for the sake of politi political
cal political gain, would legislate by fear
to bring bout an unbalanced
hudffet to Hisrrertit thm Fionh nur-
parole er administration," he said;
. v i- M.. ....
- vi we extra svw minion vot voted
ed voted by Congress, $800 million
would go for new planes, chief chiefly
ly chiefly the intercontinental B-52 s.
Democrats have said that even
if all the money cannot be used
and I was
. tta Awt aonf Aaf 1
: ; mtpihti th ttoryl
UN DRAMA QUE USTED
; ( 'y
fGES CN El
Tieo Ol OtL 01 ;
iO mizo rioso
. Paramount prtiantja
cogaht y r.iAncu
CN l etODUCCiON OE
. WILLIAM AYLER
l a v l J l l ll
THE OCSPfRATE HOURS'