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"PANAMA, R. P, MONDAY, JULY 23, 1956
7 n nm
err m m i in iin jiiii;
Prexies' Parade Route
Before sunrise the crowd was
By 7:30 .m. the parade route
was lined with spectators. Uni Uniformed
formed Uniformed schoolkids were gathering
to look at presidents ana ueiy
Some of the official guests for
the signing of the Declaration pi
Pan ma were already seated .in
chartreuse colored chairs in. r the
patio of San Agustin School.
Crowds were orderly, but so eag eager
er eager to take part in mapping plans
for a better hemisphere that they
broke through police lines te. cheer
and applaud Posing Presidents
Several convoys had to halt, inis,
coupled with shifts in order of ar arrival,
rival, arrival, created such traffic( congestion-that
the first President did
not get through until 10:50- five
minutes after the ceremonies were
to start. V
Awaiting President Pedro A.
ramburu of Argentine, President
Riesrdo Arias itood on tempor temporary
ary temporary platform built along the sea seawall
wall seawall at the outer edge of 'r9
tiled patio enclosed by the wings
rf the building vacated few
years ego by the Colegie.de La
. STh platform immediately ,ad join joined
ed joined the newly restored Salon Boh:
- t -i. i ,1. AHfa nf the sea
wall in the wmg nearest the Union
'",.".,... W which usually
shades the entrance, a green and
white canopy. had been hung to
protect the Presidents and the vi visiting
siting visiting OAS Ambassadors.1
'm.. r. .a,wiit Rpfnre the ceremo-
1 lit: y ikluv-u' -
rips ended in the late afternoon
J." o cno- ,.h to be re resent
sent resent for !' Ut.il signing on IN
do'cumea been pelted ;wnh
rain and bui d by the ?uv
Chairs of Spanish design had been
provided tor me rreiucu
- B..SJ.n ticanhowarj be-
cause, of his illness,
comfortable lesraer-B-m ,.
fiee chair with arms end casters.
. As each President arrived, he
A .A nnnrliutPfl into
OAS Ambassadors were pink-faced
irom uie sun.
Prc0titlv' thiir wives and, the
various secretariats, seated in, .the
open patio were scuttling w cover
under uie scnooi.cuusieia.
Photographers struggled to pro protect
tect protect thousands of doUars worth of
equipment. J v
xne shower soon passed. s .
Cnma'hf ttlA rpmlirfmB SDectatOrS
dried off their chairs and sat down
again. Most of them remained un under
der under the cloisters, at some distance
"r. ..i: 1.
- Public address ana raaio own-
ups worked well.-
ft.it uhAn thu "si mmute
srwrahp tartprt. it soon, became
evident that the orosram was
inrown oui oi gear: ;
President Jose "FiBuero 1 spoke
for 27 minutes.,. ' '.
Snvpmi'tirhBs durins 'the 'early
K9 nf Priripnt Jnse Velasco I-
barra's speech the crowd broke in
to applaud. But tne cage came ou
tho ihir intrpt lone before he
stopped at the end ot 41 minutes.
.'' By that time, diplomats and
distinguished guests were reduc reduced
ed reduced to eating refrescos off push pushcarts
carts pushcarts and sipping tinned fruit
juices out 1 of -'cans. One enter enterprising
prising enterprising peddler brought in few
cases of bottled soda.
i Presidencia Secretary Olmedo Fa
brrga and Panama protocol men
saw tbat somrthing would have
tn to ri.. '-r t' u Pr'
luCii' ; t
i' hnrrv ru1 mat tPiA nut to raid
Iceboxes atf the Presidencia, Hotel
PAnfral BfirA-rnnma vpm invsHerl.
: v. h D .vv...w
lD.,,o r ik' liahtlv naclroH
I UVklUilQ W 1
crowds it looked impossible to haul
Hce ana oeverages to ine suiuoi.r
jaemoers oi uie rresiuencia mu
National- Guards formed .line
Vlike ammunition passers in a war
or- a bucket-brigade at fire"
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IN A STIRRING SPEECH yesterday President Elsenhower made his suggestion for the formation of a commission to deal "f
with the human problems confronting the people of 'the Latin American countries.1 r- vv "' ".' . -'
was weicomou , : u j r s
' OH LUC uiauvtHif
Spectators noted that certain
heads managed to avoid confront
ing each other on me piauw ,
iol rranupment. Presl-
deni Eisenhower arrived last. As
his' ear moved tnrougn me jiuS
?T.l tka rnu;ri hpBan io Hin S-
Standing in his bubble-topped car,
he waved and and smiled at e e-verybody"
verybody" e-verybody" as one ecstatic old gar.
den'er put it. ',. 1U"
caroi im the emotion of the
crowds was so great that thef
blocked fiisennower s rouie.
service agents ana puute uu
clear the way before the North A-
uerican president couia piucecu.
As. he reached Bolivar Plaxa,
Eisenhower saw a group of young
beys In uniform. Turning t Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State John Foster Dul Dul-'
' Dul-' let he observed: . f
'I 1 Rm Srailttl
Then ; Eisenhower drew; to at at-tsntinn.anri
tsntinn.anri at-tsntinn.anri ffve the voune .Pana.
. :- aniBi4 mtlitarv
! -1 11 .1..(1 mi
. Ajcremonies ; ciuiiy ...
12:52 p.m. By then several of the lems he wants to see organized
Moantuhile Presidents', "orders"
had been taken. One called for
apricot juice, one wanted tomato
AmDassaaors, iou, u vw
in drink of whatever .they prefer
When' President Eisennower
spoke the crowd inside the patio
a ihinni Chief ICxecutives who
followed him had few live listen
ers except photograpnersf news
men ana secuwijr yujitc. t ; r
'n. mtiamnnn vju oem a. before
Xlrv a,fcs.vww a
Ihe last speaker finished.
President Eisenhower seemed
to stand the long session as well
s the ethers. His ten-minute
speech delivered in strong
voice stirred the yawning crowd
. briefly to life.
fc Originally clocked for exactly
!v minntae ti itflivrftft it some
what more slowly than in rehears
als. Also, he added several seni seni-.n
.n seni-.n tn alat that hp wnuld name
this brother Milton Eisenhower to
the commission on numan proo-
J Dedaratior;Of Panama
WF, PRESIDENTS OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLICS,
' Commemorating In the historic City of Panama the As Assembly
sembly Assembly of Plenipotentiaries of the American States of M2fi,
convoked by the Libertador Simon Bolivar, which constituted
the first collective manifestation of Pan Americanism; and
' recognising the continuing validity of the Ideals which in in-.
. in-. spired the precursors of continental solidarity, subscribe to
' the following Declarations: :
lv The destiny of America is to create a civilization that
' will give tangible meaning to the concept of human lib-
erty, to the principle that the Sate is the servant of man
and not his master, to the faith that man will reach
j ever greater heights in his spiritual and material de de-'
' de-' velopment and to the proposition, that all nations can
" live together in peace and dignity.,
t. The full realisation of the destiny of America is insep insep-'
' insep-' i arable from the economic and social development of its
people and therefore makes necessary the intensifies- :
I tion of national and Inter-American cooperative efforts
I to seek the solution of economic problems aiid to raise
the standards of living of the Continent,
. J. The accomplishments of the Organization of American
States, an assurance of peace among the Member States
and of security for the Continent, demonstrate how
; much can be achieved tn the various fi1! "s of interna international
tional international endeavor through s Joyal cooperation among sov sov-'
' sov-' ereign nations, and move us to strengthen the Inter
i American orfaniatiqns and their activities.
' N fundamental rights and the spiritual values of mankind ;
4-In a world in which the dignity of the Individual, his
are serhmsly threatened bv totalitarian forces, alien to
the tradition of our peoples and their Institutions, A A-."J
."J A-."J merica holds steadfastly to its historic mission: to be a
I bulkward of human liberty and national independence.
I 5. An America united, strong and benevolent will not only
r promote the well-being of the Continent but contribute
toward a chieving for the whole world the benefits of a
peace based on justice and freedom, la which all peo-:
, pie, without distinction as to race or creed, can work
with dignity and with confidence In the future. s
Si'rned in the City of Panama this twenty-second day of
July, nineteen hundred and f Jty-six."
WALKING HIS VISITORS to the door of the Embassy Residence at La Cresta this morning President Eisenhower appeared
to be chipper and; In good spirits.. Herehe Is shown with hi third visltor of the morning. President-elect, of Bolivia, Her-f
nan Siles Suazo (in dark suit) and' the doorway, of the Embassy. 8uazo leaves tonight on Panagra's Flight 733 at 11:59.
Tol Re$l:r-3 1 Wl:r :
25-l!:i:r Ord:d h
TtntiLDER. Colo.! July 23
(UP) Little Sandy Barcus of
Seplor, Colo who wandered for
25 hours in freezing weauier in
the Rockies near the Continen
tal Divide rested today in Boul
rier Pommunitv HosDital.
Scoutmaster" Glen Powers and
members of his Boulder Troop
77" found the two-and-one-half-year-old
girl yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. She slipped away Satur Saturday
day Saturday noon while on an outing
with her motner ana iamer, Mr
and Mrs. William Barcus Jr.
near Nederland, Colo.
Barefoot and clad only in a
thin dress, the tot was shivering
with cold when she was found
at the edge of middle Boulder
Creek. When 'questioned, she
would only repeat, "I'm looking
for my mommy.
The red-haired, blue eyed
vounester burst into sobs of re
lief when re-united with her
parents In the hospital, where
doctors confirmed, she -was- un unharmed.
More than 300 airmen from
Lowry Air-Force Base in Den Denver,
ver, Denver, National Guardsmen, moun mountain
tain mountain experts, fishermen and
tourists joined stale and local
authorities; im : the all-night
ground nd air search for the
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President Dwight D. Eisenhower is paying an hcur's
visit to the Canal Zone this afternoon. v
.Patients at Gorgas Hospital were to have a chance
to wave at the Chief fxecutive as he drove through t!vj
grounds in his bubble-topped car. .N
" Ike is taking'time but between three and four o'c!
In response to Zonians' pleas that he "give our kiJj
chance to see the President."
., Three of the other Presidents who Joined Eisenhov
yesterday in. signing the Declaration of Panama will cc ;
into the Canal Zone this afternoon.
Eisenhower! entourage! was .to enter 'the Zone fit.
Tivoli Crossing, proceeding through the hospital grc
to the Administration Building and arriving in r i
along the Prado.
- .Continuing to Ft. Amador, he will return alor- :
boa Road fen route to Albrook. From the air base his r
is along Gaillard Highway back to Tivoli Crossing.
Presidents Jose' M. Velasco Ibarra of E
Hector B. Trujillo of te Dominical Republic v:i3 1
Miraflores-in J the early afternoon. Eise'-'
istrative assistant, Sherman Adams, is L
locks. Chile's President Carlos Ibaiiex del Campo I,
pected at 4 p.m, or' later. v
This afternoon. Ike-was sched- signing of the Declaration of r
uled to meet for half an hounma news broadcasts, carriort v
each with the chiefs of state of, of a, border clash Between Nio -Paraguay'
El Salvador, Haiti gua and Costa Rica, whose pre
and the Dominican itepuDiic De- oenis snsrea a ta Die at me l an; -fore
starting his tour of the ma meeting despite, being ?o i i
Zone ''.-' .enemies). .
Earlier today the U.S. Pres!-' Eisenhower "also stated that c
dent conferred w,ith the chief of Ine useful avenues of effort ti
executives of Venezuela. Cuba -he commission, it set up, cw
Chile, Nicaragua, Ecuador,, and idnc. would be to hasten
the president-elect of Bolivia. i (Continued on Page Col. i)
The exodus of preswentei
started at 8 this morning with
the departure of Presidents Ku- it a (
bitschek of Brazil and Alberta llfp I f Sinn
Zubiria, of Uruguay who travelled ,,1V ,v 'H11
together to Panama tn the for-j
mer's nlane, Also-leavlng at that j
hour was Mexico's Ruiz Cortlnes i C 7fJ lA illifsn
At noon the Venezuelan Presi '. JJsfmW"; lYIIIIIUI I
laeni rerez-Jimenez ws uuo ., s
leave, and Haiti's Maglolre was
to start homeward bound -at J
p.m. i ..., -. J
The Chilean and EcuadoreanJ
presidents were slated, to leave
at e p.m. i -
It was understood that a spe
cial plane was put on by Tana Tana-gra
gra Tana-gra to accommodate the depar departure
ture departure -of Paraguay's' Stroessner
and Bolivia's Suazo who
leaving around midnight.
Aramburu expects to depart
sometime tomorrow, but the ex
act time has not yet been con-
."-. I J. J.l ... : M
Presidents who paid Aheif re-.ie"0 was one' pouii t
itt. tnt Tira ttria all .mim xweive romi AKreemeni, sin
brinelne srifta to the United ed by ,Panama and the Unitfl
" Legislation' appropriating $2
000,000 for the construction of
bridge across the Panama Cnn I
at Balboa will be signed--ty
President Elsenhower tonight 'at
are 7:15 at the U.S. Embassy .resi
dence at La Cresta..'
: An agreement by the U)o!pd
States to construct a bridge, or
a tunnel at Balboa "when '.t!'"
present emergency shall ha
States chief executive. Aides fol
lowing behind their presidents
also carried "several wrapped
it. wai rnt. fcnnutn of. nrpRS
time whether there Was an cx- and signed.
change of gifts, or what Ike pre presented
sented presented to each of his visitors,
i In a drafaiatic speech which re received
ceived received a huge ovation from the
crowd yesterday. in a day filled
with momentous happenings, Pres
idem Eisenhower suggested., the
formation of a board to deal. with
human problems and to enable our
people to "combat ravages of di disease,
sease, disease, poverty and ignorance.
Speaking in a firm, clr tone,
the U.S." President : voiced his
suggestion as concerete pro proposal
posal proposal which would call for the
establishment of the commis commission,
sion, commission, with representatives front
each country within the Orgs,
nintion ef American States.
He told the unusual gathering
which consisted of 18 other Presi-
States hi the early sunnwr at
lvw, on tne same a ay mac m
agreement for the use of cert' t'i
defense sites In Panama by the
United States was formalize 1
It was decided to build n
bridge rather than a tunnel b -cause
of the cost.,-The brM
construction was estlmatd at
$20 f million as compared to a
tunnel which, would cost an es estimated
timated estimated $38 million.
. The permanent bridef) will
replace the present ferry sysVm.
When the conversion of the
Canal to sea level was a liv i
sue in 1947, the plans invoivi
the construction of sevci I
bridges and tunnels includiii a
crossing at Balboa. After the re rejection
jection rejection of the Defense Sites A A-greement
greement A-greement by the Panama x Na National
tional National Assembly in December rf
that year, President c Truman
transmitted the Canal stud r ;
for a Sea -Level canal to. tl.e
denti and president-elects as well ; congress without recommends
as uao uiiiLiais, iicwaiucu a u u tlnn rnr fl.rlnn
photographer!) who sat for many
hours in a blazing tropical sun,
that he planned to name his broth.
er Alilton as
Since them officials of bo: i
Panama and the united Stn
iea loname nis orou nad reputediy been in gPf,.
U.S. representative iftornt hat. thP ee,-
A HISTORIC MOMENT. . as President of the United States signs the Declaration of Pan Panama
ama Panama while Miguel Moreno, legal adviser for' the Foreign Ministry stands by. The signatures
of 19 presidents and presidents-elect were affixed to the, document-which was first read in
the public in lour languages, Spanish, English, Portugese and Frencb,
the suggestion is adopted
"We are here to commemorate
the most successfully sustained ad adventure
venture adventure in international communi community
ty community living the world has ever seen,"
the vhite-suited Chief Executive
said In his opening remarks.
agreement that the evf;
construction of a fixed b.
that would not require ,op"'
for the passage of ships v
be preferable to the more i
mediate construction of a cr.
bridee similar to that at
V. ,.U....'. .ranh ivhih Uf. IlOreS.- .
j ... minnt. mnhiiizrf Last year, however, a t
Mint fhB time i oast "when anvimltment to build the bru
of our members will use force to
rosr.lve hnmisnhenc disoutes."
(Almost simultaneously with the
included in the Treaty (
tuil Understanding beU--two
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i. THE MAI k BOX
v BETTER LUCK TODAY
T!.r: . :
1 Two statements printed in your Thursday and Saturday issues
at somewhat misleading I win, to ir.e mie-weiing oi me
riians: Thursday on the OAS meeting. "There were no specr
titers Irom the Canal Zone taking any interest in this 21-rnation
meeting, probably the largest international diplomatic event ever
td take place on the Isthmus.! Friday "There were scarcely
aay individual Zonians out to greet their President This was
presumably due to the unprecentedly tight security restrictions
imposed on the airport by Panama's Guardla Naclonal. Advisers
Isorn the wnite House secret service oeiacxuneni, pinyea "sc
rartn.wying down the security rules. ,.-y j
On the first statement I, and I am sure most Zonians. did
r.bt realize we could get within a mile of that meeting and did
net attcmpUt however, you can rest assured it was not due to
lacj: cf interest, i do not mint i am wing presumpnuus m aya& aya&-Me
Me aya&-Me for all Zonians when I say we are intensely interested.
I a fnr tvA email turn-out tn see our President VOUr assUmp
t'mn'that it was due tonight security restrictions was entirely
riht. A friend and I went anyway, not really expecting to see
T..1J.1 .HI 1 W.t (nMABA.
iTesiueni jwiciuiuwct uu ju
Wi went to the Roossvett Monument because we thought he
right turn thera and go over to Via Espafla." Other Zonians park parked
ed parked along Tocumen highway further down and missed seeing him.
We were allowed to park at the edge of the highway and get out
tad stand on one side of the road, , t
't ,vheh he came by he leaned over Mr. Dulles and waved to us
ttvihg his winsome and happy smile. I was glad that we had
gone out there, it was worth the trip. Later we found out that we
could have seen him better on Via Espafia aa he stood up and
the street was not restricted to spectators.
1 We are indeed proud of-our President and are happy that
he Is able to be here and Intensely Interested in the whole meet meeting
ing meeting taking place In Panama. It Is .a fine thing that President
Arias and Panama did in inviting these Presidents to such a
meeting. ,, Eepublican Who Has Paid His PoU Tax.
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Clr: - -
-- Monitor says President Elsenhower will stay in Panam4 three
os four days perhaps he is right- If Ike does stay, take him
to Boouete and fill him up with those delicious navel oranges I
tried to take two into Texas and got them lifted at Brownsville.
The Mexican oranges come In here in truck load lots. With all
the coutlon taken, the Mediterranean fruit fly has found Its way
Into Florida. To easy for them to steal a ride by air.
I put in lour hours Friday the 13th, trying to fit my eyes with
glasses and found the ones I have will have to do me. The eye
rinr.inr ift niirht natients in the waitinir room and took me to the
i ales agency of the people who -maket the glasses. The doctor
turned me over to ineir expert, vno gave mo me uiu. -diet
was nothing doing; but they .were kind enough to let me off
with four nlcklss that Frank put In the parking meter. I came
near-to fainting when the expert said no charge.
So far this is July's hottest day 103 at 3 p.m- and still has
"Rwelved1 te" Panami Americans today. Will wait for some
oik to go over them for me. They look good any, way and I will
get the content. ; t
, wafi wnrit is starlne soon on the roads and the verdict, as
phalt, cheaper and better. Panama should have the best roads in
the wona witn mat iyps oi !'
..Sincerely, : ; r
: Pop Wrirht.
"He Has and Will Tcckle Anything!"
T.M. M. U.l it OH.
e tf NIA fnin. IM.
' WASHINGTON (NEA) Gov.
Averell Harnman of New xork
got a good-natured but rough
ride when be appeared before the
Washington National Press Ciub
in furtherance of his campaign
for the Democratic presidential
This appearance was to present
The New Harriman ... to Wash
ington. He's- supposed to h a v e
changed a lot since ne left the
capital nearly four .years ago. He
was lust an adviser to residents
then. Now he wants to be Presi President
dent President himself. .
He Had changed, too. He took
his ribbing like a man. He let on
as If he were having fun, and he
said he was, which he had never
been able to do easily, before. He
was always so serious. He still
is, but bes developing a lighter
"When he left us." said the
Press Club President Frank
Holemanr "there was room for
improvement. He seemed to be
absent-minded when he was
around here before. But now we
.know what he had on his mind
The Governor acknowledged all
this with a big grin.
A standing-room-only, capacity
crowd turned out. They came for;
two reasons, said Holeman. one
was that Harriman' might be
President some day. The other
was that they wanted to see 50
minion dollars on the boot.
This was tickling the governor
on one of bis most sensitive, ribs,
which is that though he's a rich
man, he is a Democrat who is
against big. business monopolies
a new and a, f air ueaier.
He was described as "a self-
made, man who merely started at
different place. He never sold
papers' or shined shoes. He was
elected a director of Union Pa Pacific
cific Pacific when he graduated from
Yale. He went to work as a yard
hand and two years later he was
a vice president.
"Few men who started where
he did ever got to his place in
me, ooserved Hoieman. "it was
downhill struggle all the way."
Harriman'a .polo playing an
other plutocratic 'practice out of
ms past was also given the treat
ment. He Was told tha he played
polo till he became allersic to
horses and that explained why.
lie wciu lino puiuics, -
When the governor was asked
later whether he would graze his
polo ponies on the White House
putting greens in case he was
elected president Harriman re-'
pneo, "i ain't got none.".,
This was the first time on rec
ord that Gov. Harriman had ever
been knoyi to murder the king's
English or resort to a colloquial
ism,) It just showed how he has
The governor went on to exolain
tnat ne did nave some grand-cnu
dren and that they had some
ponies which: could be brought to
Washington. He said the White
House is there for the President
to use in any way he thinks with within
in within the dignity and propriety of
the office. i
Harriman's only sport today
was said to be croquet So
wickets and stakes might be put
up on the Eisenhower ereena for
White House squirrels to play tag
around, if there should be a
phange next January. .-.
Harriman's croauet nmc w?
described by one of his playmates,
with only slight exaggeration:
"He will study his shots for 20
minutes then do just what any anyone
one anyone else would do."
His health was said to be good
now-because he had had ft recent
operation. He is 65 only 13
months younger than President
Eisenhower. When Harriman wai
asked about his health later he
challenged his questioner' with,
"If you'll make a campaign trip
with me, you'll get your own idea
how healthy I am."
It's the truth. He's campaigning
harder than Kefauver now, to
get thai coveted nomination.,
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Tin itoit lift inrnuii in itiovr v nvtf
Bv LEE MORTIMER . Rut Doe Tt Wttr- 'Rtrlnni-
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' WASHINGTON The least; column that he had helped put tha
publicized relative of Presidenr deal across "in a small way."
munuwci, ms oroiaer-u-iaw, i - i. ,;
FORTUNi'S RISE IN 1J51
Ui. Gordon Moore, is a soft-f
spoken, mild-mannered, retired
army officer who sits in a well- The careers of Roy Chalk and
appointed but not overly ornate1 the President's brotner-in-law
oifice in Washington's Walker; have been inextricably- inter inter-BuiWing.
BuiWing. inter-BuiWing. j Tr. ....... ,, twined ever since the spring of
All around him on the walls arc 1952 when Chalk took a long-shot
mute reminders 6f his relationship' gamble that Gensral Eisenhower
to the First Family an oil' would be the next President of the
painUng of Ike as a five-star gen-' U.S.A. At that time, Colonel
eral, photos of Ike and Mamie,! Moore's economic fortunes were
pictorial highlights of the Presi-;at a low ebb,, so low that he and
Colonel Moore is not a man you
would pick out in a crowd. He is
gray-haired, well-groomed, self self-effacing
effacing self-effacing almost the typical re retired
tired retired army officer transplanted to
civilian boredom. He has none of
the vivaciourness of his sister-ia
his wife had offered to sell their
Al this point Chalk, hired Moor
for $6,500 to handle public rela relations
tions relations for the Independent Military
Air Transport Association.
Moore was hired threfr tines and
firiui iwiA HjtfarA t Vi DAn.ikl!..a
law, Mamie, or his wife, -Mike,! convention in 1952. He washed
A , w- I renired as jke's fortunea
Officially Colonel Moore Is an ebbed and flowed, The last ; tima
expediter of airline business and he was -fired by.' the Military
a lender of money to NonskediTrinnnrt' Asniti r-u.it.
airlines. In the days when the stepped in and hired him- directly
aaanchlyRepubUcn New York for Trans-Caribbean. Theyv went
Herald Tribune was launching s;to tBe GOP convention together,
campaign against Harry Truman; tnd a week after Ike was nomi-
uu uio iive-percemers, ne wouia'nated, Colonel Moore
'Mom bet Pop a dollar you wouldn't ask u to atay
r r-. for dinner!' J
Department of Mistaken Iden
tity: Errol Flynn was awakened
by a phone call (Rome to England)
and drowsily answered "I tqld
you not to call me, I'm expecting
my wife.'.' But the call was from
his wife, Pat Wymore, and he's
still trying to explain. sj.
Department of Who Cares: Cha Chateau
teau Chateau Madrid's boss, Angel Lopez
denies he's planning to sue Dean
Martin on an old personal man management
agement management contract. Angel was the
angel -who paid for Dean's nose
bob and invested in his early ca career
reer career f New Romance (???):
Marilyn Morrison, Johnnie Ray's
ex and -Friz Ford, former U. of
Wash.vfbofball star .. Nelva
More, the N. Y. glamorine phoned
Ted Williams and then he snapped
out of his early season batting
slump ... How serious is the
Eileen Bar ton-Vic
But Does It Matter:
Zorita." said the item, "has Brit
ish socialite, Lord Tod Wadley
wobbly. He's just gifted her with
a ten grand gold mesh bauble and
Wants to buy her an island 35
miles off the coast of Nassau."
Which is quite an item considering
that there is no Lord Tod Wadley
or any, other Wadley listed in the
current 1956 edition of "Burke's
Peerage,", the official stud book
of British aristocracy.'
Thought on reading of the ill illness
ness illness of the Ambas$adrix: "Ar "Arsenic
senic "Arsenic and Old Luce." (I mean if
she didn't look so young and pret pretty.)
ty.) pretty.) , i . ;.
It's International: Honeychlle
Wilder, the Princess of Hohenloe,
had a tiff in Paris with her titled
spouse and hightailed it to the
Riviera solo . All is not quiet
on the Paris front with Erich Ma Maria
ria Maria Remarque and Bella Darvi...
Count de Villapadernia (whatever.
. t. ; . ','" : t. : t t il
uibi 15) wooing una .nay worm
in London In a return engagement
of the pre-Dick Haymes romance.
If. You Can Take It So Can I:
O.K. Let's get h' straight. Has Bet Bet-tina,
tina, Bet-tina, the French model, made up
with Aly Khan? Or does she want
to meet Elvis the Pelvis when she
arrives here next month? (Come
to think ol it, they were made lor
each other.)., i That gorgeous
gorgeous with Lew Ayres at the
Composer was Bethe Douglas, a
tall hunk of red-headed songstress
. Frank Milan, the thesp who
was Shirley Booth's constant es escort
cort escort in N. Y. is Shirley Booth's
constant escort iri Hollywood :
Jeff Hunter, "Kiss Before Dying"
star is saving nis Kisses (ociore
dying) for Dustji Bartlett a Tuc Tucson
son Tucson Belle. ..
Little Louvre But Lotsa Art:
Those delish 3-D pinups of Diana
Dors are now making the back
room Broadway rounds. But in
England they're advertised open openly
ly openly (with 3-D glasses free) and
what Diana's got also looks good
in two dimensions. t
Darcel (Denise's sister) has a beau.
he's a : Columbia
Which reminds me:
have been branded as such. But
one doesn't use that term with
Republican expediters of business
any 'more..- :
You can't belp liking the colonel
wnen you sit down to talk with
him. .' 1 --.
"I'm just an N)ld soldier trvine
to make a. living."; he explains
. Wben you examine his businAst
and compare it with his precari'
ous pecuniary stitux ihnrttv h.
fore his brother-in-law entered the
wnite House, however, the con conclusion
clusion conclusion is inescar.J)le that he has
done welL Like some1 of the
lawyers and lobbyists who hune
Truman's autographed picture on
me wau and later got investigated
by, the Senate, Colonel JHoore has
prospered. He has not, however,
Kaaii inii..l!n.lAj ...
. STREETCAR SALE.?
Confession of a Cautious Chnrm' lonel Moore's name was po-
Cutia. u;tk .n.. i i.,. .itentlv Passed around i Whindtnn
1. j financial circles last, week an start doing .a
vuvvitiiiiil iu iixm iiaiiic niflLcau ijl . I i
a mmkskin on your frame.
moted to vice
Almost overnight, -Moore blos blossomed
somed blossomed out with his own business.'
He lent money, as a broker, to
small airlines and trucking com com-panies.
panies. com-panies. What he does is borrow
money from American Security
and Trust, then turn around and
lend the money to the small com
panies as an advance oa
payments they have coming from
the government As his commis commission;
sion; commission; he takes out 1.3 per cent.
Two airlines executives told
this column they could .get the
same service for half Moore's
commission, but they pay Moora
extra for his political influence.
Moore also arranges direct loans
tor small airlines through Ameri
can security ana Trust, charging
a middleman s prom, :n" v
How a man of Moore's 1952 in-'
come of $6,500 could suddenly
Walter Winchal) Reports 1
Harold Snyder, who. according
to the Mineola police, is not a hot
lead in the Weinberger baby kid kidnap
nap kidnap (but who was by a strange
coincidence in the 42nd St. sub
way station phone booth opposite
the one where the ransom was
put), had the-following dialogue
result of the biggest transports- ness with American Security and'
tion deal in D.C. history The Trust is a mystery. Tha. bank's t
$13540,000 sale of the Capital, president, Daniel W. Bell, former'
Transit Company, which supplies
the streetcars and buses, for the
Capital's ambulatory, population.
For months., various groups had
maae oners .to ouy Washington's
undersecretary of the treasury,
told this column he could not dis-1
iuss a client's .business. ;' V k
- Colonel Moore's home on Klingle
btreet is no longer up for sale. He
- --- if nMiuJvvu. ai V
bus and streetcar system. Then' hd his wife are frequent visitors'
suddenly, 'at a surprise. midnight!"1 the White House He sat with1
meeting, an otter was accepted1 1,1 amie in- moore-jusi De-
Here, There, But Not Every-
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wnere: cmc james, me Linn
Quarter blonde, is the pause that
Charles Simonelli when Cleo
Moore is- away . Vic Mature-
Marion Collier wedding on-again,
off-again r inncgan so much so
that intimates say it's now definite
)y no-kay . Xavier Cugats have
had a rocky time of it since their
marriage and they're still rocking
this time in Europe.
; This and That
Anwr to Previous Puxxl
1 Cats and
S Heel and
13 Wash and
II Of the sun
21 A good
, 2 Medley
. 3 Boy and-
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24 Before ..-,
29 Pierce, as
with a knife
34 Fancy v
37 Archery goal
39 .-and : r
41 Abstract belnj
49 Diadem V.
58 Country hotel
30 Solar disk
..,-.. 33 Bury
22 Fend off 35 Biblical ,.
24 Heroic poetry tribesman
25 At the end : 40 Squabble
i of your i 43 Soiled
45 Was sick
, 48 Mix
; 48 Rent
50 Singing vole -'
81 Finnish poem
85 Tar prefix)
CAN FILL YOUR NEEDS!
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39 Legal matters
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New 'York Not Confidential:
Paul Williams, hot and handsome
U. S. Atty.-ready to explode a
bombshell on Garment Center rac racketeering
keteering racketeering . Any truth to the
rumor that Sioan Simpson O'Dwy-
er is planning a night club act?
Don't Know. Merely asking .
Margaret Whiting, the thrush,
singing love songs to Kirby Lewis,
the hotel exec .-. Sammy Davis
Jr, dreams of being the first
Negro to play a Western hero. Has
great hopes for a screen adapta
tion of a novel called "The Black
Man Rides Alone."
' The Right to Read: Sales of two-
bit paper back reprints are in the
doldrums. The reason is that some
long-haired editors are not giving
the public what it wants which is
blood and adventure. Instead they
are trying 'fa educate", us
chumps via this mass media. The
formula to improve business is
simple: "More mystery, less
Marx. More 'detectives, less' de
generacy. More Sherlocks, less so
Hands Across the Drink: As a
result of the new tax treaty be between
tween between .Uncle1 Whiskers and John
Bull, the unwilling British now
must act as our tax-collector to
get that million the U.S. claims
Charlie Chaplin owes us on. his
1953 tax bite. This will just make
the bally English too too sad be
cause i Charlie is their greatest
hero . i- My informant amazeu
about the romantic rumor, linking
the 81-year-old Somerset Maugh Maugham
am Maugham with the Countess of Kenmare,
which m y or may not te new
or true, but why be amazed by
Somerset? He says he'll live as
long as he's interested in babes
(and he's still living!)
Much Ado About Nothing:
Everybody has to get into the act.
Now stripper Lili St. Cyr doing a
take-off (and I do mean take-off)
on Grace Kelly . Police baffled
by the burgkr who broke into
Bing Crosby's house. All he stole
was three toupees .. . Gussie
(The Pants) Moran and tont-Cor-baliy,
the society playboy, what whatever
ever whatever that is, are panting ... For Former
mer Former cover gal Vicki Duggan who
gives Anita Eckberg a run in her
first movie, "JBack- From Eter Eternity"
nity" Eternity" is the monopoly of young
and wealthy Georxie Hormcl .
Viennese Lanterj songbird Helenei
with a Mineola jackwebb: "If Ijfrom p.v Roy Chalk; millionaire M4. Ike bis brother-in-law.
uiiag in me Dauy, wnar.wiu nap nap-pen
pen nap-pen to me?"' "Ynil lust hrintr
in the Baby,; was the reply,, "and
owner, of Tran.rrihhAn air. i-ive his historic, televised state-
ways. Similar or better -offers ment to the nation that he would'
Irun again. Colonel Mnnre was oT
we'll walk this way and you walk In putting across his sudden view before millions of people
that way', Mr. Snyder!, Do deal to run the transit system,! including his airline and trucking
you' want to-see me? Chalk had the assistance bf both clients.
' The Nassau County police are, Colonel Moore and his .attorney,',' 'there's nothing wrong with the
unhappy over the newspaper edi- Edward F. Colladay. close to" the business Colonel Moore conducts.
tonal blasts. "Not. guilty as! Republican-National Committee. r Me merely benefits from having-
viidia, iiuwvver, weai oui 01 nis
way to conceal Moore's connec connection.
For two weeks
inquiries from this
cnargeo. some ot tnem told us
. . Elsie White Luppolis, the for
mer iopa natcneck girl who need needed.
ed. needed. RH Negative O type blood to
live, passed Saturday night. Those
who responded to our plea were' even instructed the Willard Hotel
David Bluett,' Mildred Mendel-. to deny he was registered there,
sohn, Diana Burke, George Grego- though staying in room 601. His
rief and Paul Pepe. The Red Cross! business partner,': Morris Fox,
ouerea an unlimited quantity ot.oianoiy denied that Ike's brother
friends in high places. .And for
tunately the New York Herald.
Tribune, which crusaded against
he ducked these things in Truman's day,, is
column. He handed the minutes of Eisenhower
the type blood needed ,Y Nor
man Scott Powell, son of Joan
Blondell and Dick Powell will be
married July 22 to Ann McDowell:
at the Presbyterian Church, Irv-ington-on-the-Hudson
: , The one-
hour fashion revusical at the Ver
sailles belongs on TVHraore anon)
wnen Lou Nelson went into
in-law had, anything to .do with
the deaL ' ...
It has now been definitely es established,
tablished, established, i however,1 that Colonel
Moore introduced Chalk to Robert
C. Baker, executive director of
the American Security and Trust
and a Capital Transit director:
that he telephoned Harry McDon
ald, a 'rival bidder, and urged
Cabinet meetings : today. It. isn't
likely to do niuch crusadmg any
more..-. v;? -f
' POCKET MONEY
STREATOR, 111. (UP)
Tavernkeeper Nick w Klutch said
Some of his customers sit on the
beer cooler and money falls from
their pockets and lodges between
the cooler and the wan.?. This
wasn't discovered until a mouse"
began dragging the coins out from
his nostalgic song-and-dance-man
rnuHnp Snhfrta ShrwnnH uhn him in mot lnirlkr miih rkllr I KkiJ .. j .
f .. u, w wfevMiu n vwdiA, vuiuiu .uic 1.UU1CI. AUiCU IIIU Jilt
was trooping at two and singing! not compete.1 with him: : and doesn't plan to disturb the mouse-,
love songs at six, sighed: "Things j Colonel Moore, franker than his! he's waiting for the paper.
like this tear me apart." W.W. associates, acknowledged to this money to appear.
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SHOULDN'T HAPPEN TO A DOG-Snafu Is the keynou;
rot the day. with Fido in the doghouse, but doghouse topsy-
turvy. In Seminole, Okla, alter a tornado had ripped through
1 tha town. Dog and debris belong to John Praytor.
SmiSh College Gals
Thrill Italians; :
Sing In Roman Slum
.. ROME, July 23 (UP) The 55-;
sgirl Smith College chamber singers
serenaded an Italian audience Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night in a Roman slum long
under Communist influence.
The girls had been warned oe-
fnr hand to expect rowdy au-i
dienct, but the crowd of 1,500 who
packed into the little square where
the girls were singing kept a jeli jeli-gious
gious jeli-gious silence. When an Italian
started up a motorcycle on t h e
square tie was almost lynched by
listeners, angered by the noise he
The girls wound up their, pro pro-'
' pro-' gram witha Roman song, ''Una
Festa Ai Castelli" (A festival in
the Castle Region), which they
bad learned in a restaurant only
about 10 minutes before the sere serenade
nade serenade began, The song- brought
tears to the, eyes m. the many, War
lians, and almost v&ll y, joined jfo
singing -with the-girls. .,,1,
. ' 1 ' .MM.'
To Lc-i j L. -rcr.ee
To US Services
Plunges To Death
AF Chief Expresses
Ccnfld :nce In Base
PARIS. July 23 (UP) '-U.S. Air
Force Secretary Donald A. Quar Quar-les
les Quar-les said Saturday he has "confi "confidence",
dence", "confidence", that America will be able
to maintain its overseas air base
system despite local threats to
bases in Iceland, Morocco and 0-
kinawa. . ..-
"I have confidence in our allies
and therefore confidence in the o o-verseas
verseas o-verseas base situation," Quarks
told t news conference. i-
Quarles declined to say whether
local threats to the bases would
tend to give less weight to the
role of the land-based U.S.strate U.S.strate-gic
gic U.S.strate-gic Air Force atom bombers and
more to the role of the U.S. Na
vy s carrier-based atom bombers.
"The Wavy s primary mission is
control of the seas,'' Quarles said.
"They have this .ability and it is
valued.".- r.: --. 5 A-uj,,, ;-f"i ';
He said SAC overseas bases
may become less "essential" as
bomber range grows longer but
that bases will always be "impor "important."
Group Of Refugees
From Spain Form ;
Gov't In Exile
MEXICO CITY, July 23 (UP)
a group oi retugee professional
men from Spain announced yester
day mey nave formed a new "gov-4
Amman in .vil." JJ! ..J 4- .1. -'
creation of a patriarchal Spanish
regime in keeping with :"our old
Catholic beliefs." t
Founding fathers of the new ref.l
uKrs regime inciuae, six engi engineers,
neers, engineers, a newspaperman and a for
mer chief justice of the Spanish
It was not immediately clear
what the relationship of the' new
orgsnization would be to the Spp-I
isn government m exile organized
17 rears ago in Paris. The Paris
administration still e x 1 s t s, al although
though although it has been forgotten by
most of the world.
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, Ju July
ly July 23 (UP) Riotous students, an
gered by publication of what they
said were "false reports," wreck
ed the offices of two newspaper
nere Saturday. : .
The newspapers EI Dia and
Prensa Libre had reported that the
student strike in Honduras ended
with the resignation of University
Rector Ernesto Argueta. Student
leaders denied these reports.
To Resume Milled
Talks l!ex! Week
TUNIS, July 23 (UP) French
and Tunisian officials optimistical
ly predicted yesterday their two
countries will resume stalled nego negotiations,
tiations, negotiations, on an alliance within two
PARIS, July 23 (UP) Edmond
Saillant, better known as'"Cur as'"Cur-nonsky,
nonsky, as'"Cur-nonsky, prince, of G o u m e t s,"
(Gastronome') w,s ywr" u-t
wWow H Tunisian Premier HabiW Bour Bour-T
T Bour-T tfp w R Pdt?i0 death was uibasaid-m his regular J weekly
Mt,t broadcast Saturday he may an
U..1.1 lento. i- . !.. M.-.t ik- V-..1
ou parleys we$K from now,
Bourguiba .left. Paris in huff ten
days ago when French Foreign
Minister Christian rineau aoirm
ed in parliament France would not
withdraw for good her 45,000 sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, from newly-sovereign .Tuni
Brouguiba's broadcast Saturday
night was incomparably milder
than the belligerent speech he
made a week earlier, then, short shortly
ly shortly after landini from Paris he said
he would not hesitate to raise the
banner of armed rebelllion again
to safeguard Tunisia's hard won
iSaillant. probalby the most fa
mous wirier and diner in a nation
of gourmets,- founded the French
Academy of Gastronomic
US Backs France ; ;
lii Helping Solve
ST. LOUIS, July 23 (UP) -A 70-,jaid
KOYAN, France, July 23 (UP)-
American Ambassador C. Douglas
Dillon assured France Saturday
she has U.S. support in the search
for a peaceful solution to the Al
gerian rebellion! :..
Diuon changed t passage oi nis
speech here almost at the 1 1 s t
moment to' remove one phrase that
was' similar to the Brioni comma
niooe by Yugoslav President Tito
Indi an Premier Nehru and Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian President Nasser on Algeria.
"Many times the French gov government
ernment government has made. known its de decision
cision decision to i find for the Algerian
problem a solution which will per permit
mit permit the European and Moslem po populations
pulations populations to live and work togeth
er in peace ana. cqneora, xsiiion
A student mob attacked the of
fices- M the ttwo newspapers,
smashing windows and breaking
up typewriters and other equip
menu The wreckers fled before no
MOSCOW. July 23 (UP) Com
munist Party Boss Nikita Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev said Saturday that the West
has been defeated in its attempt
to use the -anti-Stalin campaign to
undermine world communism, Ra
dio Moscow reported yesterday.
. 'The radio reported a speech
made Saturday by Khrushchev at
a meeting of farmers Jn the. urais.
"As you know, the 20th con
gress of the Communist Party con
sidered the Question of liquidating
the consequences, of the personali personality
ty personality cult,"' he said. "On learning
that, the party had condemned ine
Dersonality 'cult and 1 the mistakes
risina from it our enemies hop
ed it would weaken the. Soviet or
der and the unity of the Cpmmu Cpmmu-nist
nist Cpmmu-nist nd workers parties. But!
the enemy miscalculated.'
UII Okays Brilish
Plan To Touch Olf
UNITED NATIONS, XY.,- July
23 (UP) The. United Nations
Trusteeship Council, despite Rus Russian
sian Russian objections, has refused to in interfere
terfere interfere with Britain's plans to
touch off its first hydrogen explo
sion on Christmas island in the
South Pacific early next year.
The Council approved, 9-1 with
a 4 abstentions,a resolution assur assuring
ing assuring authorities of the trust terri territory
tory territory of western Samoa, some 1, 1,-350
350 1,-350 miles from the test island, that
Britain would take "all necessary
precautions... to guard against
possible danger to persons or pro property."
perty." property." V
Similar action 'was taken at
(In San Salvador, it was report uncii t st session in con
ed that two Salvadoreans snd an nec,uon ,W1 m.lrican ?uf ,e,r
undetermined number of Hond r8 "P'omom the MarshaU Is-
rni went wnnnHnl whrn tha nn. UUS,
uce cmei in tne uonauran port L
Ceiba sprayed an unruly crowd
with submachine gun fire. No
deaths were reported.
(Salvadorean sources described
the Ceiba- incident as part of a
"growing revolt" against Hondu
ran. Supreme Chief of State Julio
cozano.) v ,
: "The enemy's hope of sapping
the unity of the Communist and
workers parties has also been de defeated"
feated" defeated" Khrushchev said, '.in
"The congresses, conferences.
arid plenary meetings of foreign
Communist and workers parties,
and the meeting with delegations
of these parties have shown that
the fraternal relations between
our party and the foreign Comma
nist and workers parties have be
come even stronger and that uni-j
ty in their : ranks has further in
Foresl Firejl Flare
PALERMO. Sicilv: Julv 23 (UP)
Record-breaking heat continued
throughout: the island of Sicily yes yesterday
terday yesterday with little sign of relief in
tne offing; and increasing damage
due to foret and other fires.
Temperature in Palermo yester
day lingered around 100 degrees
unrenneit (38 centigrade), with
hot winds blowing in from the
Numerous small fires where ta
nned in the Palermo area by in
tense neat. At Syracuse, more
than 300 olive trees were destroy destroyed
ed destroyed yesterday ina SOO-acre area be before
fore before flames could be brought un
der control, after a 24 nour strug struggle.
gle. struggle. A number of cattle are miss missing
ing missing in the area and are believe;'
to have been killed in the blaze.
Dead, 209 Injred
NEW DELHI Julv 23 (TP
At least 1UO persona wra killoH
Saturday night in an earthauak at
Anjar in Western India, according
to the "Hindustan Times."
. The report said 200 more were
injured ana the death toll was ex
pected to mount, iv ajar is 25 mues
due east of Bbuj on the Gulf of
Bombay's seismograohic station
reported that earthquake tremors
were felt in Bombay, Porbandar,
Janagar, Hunagadh and Verev.
The epicenter was located about
350 miles away in the direction 6f
tne Gulf of Cutch, the station add added.
All telephone communication be between
tween between Bhuj and Anjar was dis disrupted.
The newspaper report said 500
houses collapsed in Anjar when
the earthquake struck. It was the
wor't earthquake ever reported in
he Cutch, area. (
First aid station for Injured mo
torists manned by trained person
nel have been opened by the Red
Cross In Germany. ;
year-old retired eandy store oper operator,
ator, operator, who came here from Arme
nia more-than 50 years ago, yes
terday posed a -problem for his
Caspef G. Boyajian wants to
name as beneficiaries of his $19,
000 insurance policies the .Army,
Navv. Air Force.- Coast Guard.
the St 'Louis fire and police de
partments and the Globe Demo-
crat and Post Dispatch n e w s-
' "I want to shew my gratitude
- the people who keep America
safe and free,". Boyaiian said.
'He presented the request to
Thomas M. Gartland, assistant of.
fice manager for. the New York
Life Insurance Co. several weeks
' ago and Gartland forwarded it to
. the home .office.
Boyajian explained that his wife
was dead and he expected to leave
some property to his three daugh-
The home office informed him it
was "ouestionable" whether such
a change was advisable without
full knowledge- of the. named ben-
i cnciartes. ff1 fx A
"!I didn't think it would be so
much : trouble," was Boyajian's
comment. "All these years I have
said on these insurance policies.
i want them to do some good aft
er I am gone, s,,, ...
- llunduran President
Turns Down Appeal
To Rcliase llevsmen
TEGUCIGALPA. Honduras Ju-
- ly 23 (UP) Supreme Chief of State
Julio Lozano has rejected an ap appeal
peal appeal from the Honduran Press As-
1 sociation asking him to release
' an imprisoned newsman and allow
i j i : i .... 1.
an riueu cuuor 10 reiuiu uuiue.
Lozano said Pompeyo Melara
was jailed and Oscar Flores exiled
"because of their direct participa
tion in a conspiracy against the
present regime -and against the
Republican form of government
He said the Interior Ministry
. will publish details, of the alleged
. in In oniirca
Aithma and Bronchitla mttacka ar
poiaonou to your body, undermine
your atrangth, ruia your health, and
iraakaa your heart Mandace quickly
atarta to work through tha blood ta
Tercome Aathtna and Bronchitla at at-tacka.
tacka. at-tacka. Help dissolve strangling mu.
rus, promotes free, easy breathing.
Mandaoo'a action la quick even in very
aid and stubborn cases. Get Mtndace
from any drugstore today, and aee
how much better you Bleep and
breathe tonight, how much Improved
you (eel tomorrow. Mendaeo fights
Asthma. Bronchitis and Uay Fovea
"As I have said before, I repeat
ed yesterday that France has the
total support of the United States
in her search for such a solution:
Di'lon changed three words. He
originally "meant to speak of a
"just and liberal solution permit,
ting the European and Moslem po.
pulatlons to live and work togeth together
er together in peace and concord:' n ;
The Brioni communique spoke
a "lust and peaceful solution" and
Dillon felt his phrase might too
much resemble that.
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US Businessman Praises Ike's
Effort To Strengthen Latin Ties
WASHINGTON, July 23 (UP)
David E. Kaufman, a former U.S.
Ambassador to Bolivia and Thai Thailand,
land, Thailand, said today President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's eilorts to strengthen inter-1
American relations have caused
"verv favorable reactions" among
im.-nran hiisinpKsmen and imDrov-
il the outlook foi hemispheric e-
lie predicted favorable results
from the current Argentina and
Brazilian economic "explorations"
here: ; V 1 V vl "" l'
i Laufman, now Vice-President of
tiie Pennsylvania Range Boiler com
puny, has frequently represented
Uie United Slates government in
fiUcramerican activities. He attend attend-&
& attend-& the 10th -Inter-American Con Con-Krcnce
Krcnce Con-Krcnce at Caracas, and the UNES.
Cu general conference at Monte Monte-vidoo.
vidoo. Monte-vidoo. ;-
He passed through Washington to
day en route to San Francisco
where he will be sergeant-at-arms
at the Republican National Con Convention
vention Convention in August.
."There Is an amaxing growth
of Interest and friendship toward
4tin American countries among
businessmen in the United
$?t$,'( he said In an interview.
''This is especially apparent in
the Philadelphia area, where
large imports of rich iron ere
from Venezuela have demonstrat demonstrat-'
' demonstrat-' ed the extraordinary importance
ftt inter-American economic ties.
."President Eisenhower has chart
ed a wonderful course for the im improvement
provement improvement of hemispheric relations
during his first term, which will be
cenhrmed by the meeting of A A-idorican
idorican A-idorican Presidents at Panama.
"l am confident that he will be
reelected and that during a sec-
ond term all the programs affec affecting
ting affecting Latin America will be acceler accelerated
ated accelerated and implemented." s
. Kaufman said that among bust,
nessmen of his acquaintance there
Is an excellent impression concern.
;ine the new government of Argen
tina, and. a feeling that the Umteo;
aiares snouiu cooperate in us ecu
He said that with -a little help
from the United States Argentina
would make rapid economic prog progress.
ress. progress. There is also much good will
and interest among businessmen
in the impending efforts to broad broad-'
' broad-' en U.'S. Brazilian economic roli roli-tions,
tions, roli-tions, the Philadelphia executive
"1 feel that a wonderful friend friend-shin
shin friend-shin is crowing among the Ameri
can republics, which will have a
very great influence on worm i-
laii's, be said.
Kaufman served as an Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador during the Coolidge and
Hoover administrations. , ...
After returning to business life
he held an annual "open house" for
manr vearr at his Pennsulvama
residence on the 4th of July for the
Latin American ambassadors to
Washington. As result, he became
widely known as a commentator
and consultant on inter-American
' Kaufman predicted that the steel
strike will be settled before many
weeks, and will not seriously dis disturb
turb disturb "the best period of business
conditions that the United States
I has ever "known. ; S
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FANAMA AJHTvICAN AN TST.ZTZSTTS7 DAILY KETTSPATEK
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: octal and Jtl
: J?ij Staffers
Box 134, Pc
3-OHO 2 0741
'Lu 9.00 U to
Son Of -S! $rmif Officer Hecomei
(jocLon Paraguay J president
". r I Lilly Dache, the woman who de-
Little "Alfredito- Splller, Capt. Spiller was a member of;8' the kind of hats that wom-
son oi a U.S. Army oiiicer, wastne united states Army jaission
FAMOUS DESIGNER LETS
OUT OF THE HATBOX
the special guest of Paraguay's
President Alfredo Stroessner Fri Friday
day Friday night. The president is the
Captain and Mrs. Jack spuier
the boy's parents, were invited
to the Hotel El Panama by the
president to renew their ac
quaintance during Gen. Stroess
ner s stay m Panama ior trie un
precedented meeting of presl
dents. The captain is stationed
at Fort Gulick, Canal Zone.
Press Group Scores
ttps t'anir'iNAlTWG Mrs." Rlcardo Arias, wife of the President of Panama sits with
SS!m to sE .SaedU. nmj oi a. wi osmium, y-
(amorous Reception Qiven BVhiling Presidents.
JjLrS President Oj f Panama Jnd AsMicardo JriaS
Excitement ran high at last nigh cep fW
mui rirsj, imuj,
BOGOTA, Colombia, July 23
(UP) The semi-official National
Press Commission protested yes yesterday
terday yesterday against the "disrespectul
tone of a letter sent to President
Gustavo Rojas Pinilla recently by
Tennessee publisher James G.
Stahlman. fc s-
Stahlman. who Is publisher of
the Nashville Banner and president
of the Inter-American Press Asso Association,
ciation, Association, urged the President to. re
store his people's "fundamental
I right to free expression." -: v
His letter implied that Colom
bian rights had been infringed by
Rojas' restrictions on the press in,
Wis country. ;, t
The Commission attributed the
IAPA attitude to "partial newsmen
abroad, tinder coercion from for
eign news agencies." It charged
that the association is "totally ig.
norant" of Colombia's problems.
The Press Commission was
formed by a recent, government government-sponsored'
sponsored' government-sponsored' press convention here.
which was Doycottea oy most op
position newsmen. The head of the
Commission is Manuel Mosquera,
who had been selected by the Ro-
jas remine to edit the official or
gan it plana to start puousmng
SOOn.' V.t ..) ....
in Paraguay In 1954. As a liaison
officer, he became acquainted
with Gen. Stroessner, then senr-
inff In the Paraeuavan Army
The SpiUers and stroessners be
came close friends.
A revolution resulted in Gen
Stroessner becoming the princi
pal power or trial country, on
August 15,-1954 he was Inau
gurated president the ceremo-i
nies ended at 12 noon.
minutes later a baby boy was
born to the SpUlers.
The baby was named for the
president Enrique Alfredo.
Gen. stroessner responded by
daimlne the bov as bis godchild
President Stroessner'a 1 twe
sons Alfredo and Gustavo met
the Spillers Informally in what
was probably one of the few
meetings In the El Panama that
night completely divorced from
the Panama congress. The twe
older Spiller children, Jake, 4
and Tony, 3, also were on band
"Alfredlto Is too young to re-1
allze what's happening to him,"
Spiller commented, ,Tbut we'll
tell him about It again when
he's old enough to understand,
en yearn for, admitted to a re
porter the other day that wom women's
en's women's hats are designed to make
people laugh. ;
for heavens sake. lets try to
keep this, bit of knowledge from
the men. ;
mey ve been iauebine at our
hats for years and what has
been our answer to their loudest
guffaws? -v i r
. "You just don't know enough
Thirtvi uuul W0lnel ciowes w apprect
.'ate a chic hat when vou sea one."
And if the hat that was liuehed
at happened to carry the label of
a famous deisnger like Lilly
Dache then we women Teally
icu we naa ine men cornered.
the rapidity with which they go
out of fashion plus a woman's
penchant for buying a new hat
whenever she feels blue, the men
are sure to think the laugn is on
After all, they have to look at
the hats and they have to pay for
Besides that, we won't even be
able to act haughty or insulted
when our men laugh, at our hats
in uie nuure.
For if thev are un on t he
Dache quote they can simply
come back with, "Well, that's the
purpose oi a 'woman's hat un t it.
to mate people laugh? ;
Miss Dache, how could you have
peen so :ranK7f
: Ji-f I .,,
With a haughty look and a su
perior smile we would aay, "For
your information, this just hap
pens w De a Lilly Dache."
That usually managed to put a
mere' man in his place. k r
So let's hope the men don't find
out that a hat designer,' and a
woman hat designer at that, has
finally .admitted that 'women's
hats are designed for laughs,
wiw uie price tney cost and
' Among the many guests from
the Canal Zone who enjoyed the
,fun, were Governor and Mrs. Wil William
liam William E. Potter, Mr. and Mr s.
Paul Kunnestrad, Col. and Mrs.
Charles 0. Bruce, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Bent?, Mr, and Mrs. E. A.
Doolan and Mrs. and Mrs. Charles
.Latham, 'ni -.t
i Mr. and Mrs: Charles Howell of
Panama and Mr. Louix Garcia oi
New York were seen at the party.
, Among he gists fron Washing Washington
ton Washington was Robert ffBMemminger,
' now chief of theCentpal Ameuca
and Panama regional office in Ue
State Department. Mr. Memmin Memmin-ger
ger Memmin-ger was formn-w counselor of the
U.S. Emba,,:j a.;
First Ladias Atttnd v
m .11...- ramAnu :"'''
Many people found it hards to
Teroeniie Panama's first Lady,
!u Rinsrrfn Arias, when sne ar
-rived at the Salon Bolivar for the
5 signing of the Panama Declaration,
hr nrettv lace
i mushroom shaped hat and a pair
, a, iasss. However, beiore
i u. in pr(monv was over, man-
f the ladies in the audience
'i.,iA hor fnresieht. as they rea
fv-.j k.i ia Himaro the hot sun
i show when they dressed for thejre-
cepuon uu evcuui. fc
Wedding In California ti
Miss Carol Brentner, aaugmer ui
Mr. and Mrs. Erik LmdDerg, -oi
San Rafael! and Leland Ji&ia-
une enn nf Mr. ana airs. IV e u-
' """ . oi it". 1
nfith Y. Siavens. Ql OW nnn
wnrn married at tiie t urst Congre
gational Church in San Rafael, Cal Cal-uornia,
uornia, Cal-uornia, recently. i t
Escorted down ine aisie on me
arm of her father, the bride wore
a hallfirin lenCth COWH Of White
iac ver nink taffeta. It was styl
ed with fitted bodice and bouffant
skirt: sleeves were full lengtn ana
the neckline a "v" front and DacK
hpt. tineertio vci of illusion was
i Tim rest of M. Arias' ensem-
.i. ..ncictd nf a white square
Uecked sheath dress covered with
horizontal tucks, and set off by a
Mr?cltiiio Armas, -wife, of the
t. :Ar,t nt r.natpmala. wore 8
.powder blue full-shirted dress with
. Anil Vtof V '- -'
i The wife f the President of Hai
ii mrm Paul M?iiore worea yel
1 4i mr Paul Maeuore wore a yel'
L.' ,;T .blrt Hpr hat was of
Mrs. Anastasio Somoza, wife of
'the president of Nicaragua wore a
, t print in blue, green and white with
.'a white cloche hat.
k lovpndpr linen with a shawl
; collar, tucked and trimmed with
hlna vra worn bv the wife
i of the President of Uruguay Mrs.i
; Alberto Zuberia. Her hat was na-;
vy piue ciocne..
Leaves For. States : .".
Major Pier Lansjen from Coco
Solo will leave Wednesday on MS MS-m
m MS-m TS Goethals for the Fitzsimmons
Hospitalr where he will continue
.his studies fora year. ,,
Mrs. Lansjen and their four cnil cnil-dren
dren cnil-dren flew up to Colorado last week
to await his arrival.
Fresno; Calif.;. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Kemp. Mr. Ted Smith, Sacra
mento. caul.: nev. ana mrs. v.
R. Hazelden. Mrs. and Mrs. John
L. Miller, Jr., Urry Miller; Alan
Miller. Bruce Miller. Mrs. Heiene
WhittinJrton. Douglas -: Whitting
ton, and Mrs.; Joyce Allaire, Clo-
verdaie, cam.; ur. ana urs. l.ow l.ow-ell
ell l.ow-ell Brentner. San Francisco, Calif.!
Mr, and Mrs. William Jamieson,
Lea Jamieson and Key Jamieson,
Nana.; Calif.: and Mr. and Mrs.
Derby Wilson, Mrs. Esther Saw Sawyer,
yer, Sawyer, Miss Linda Sawyer, Mr and
Mrs. Vincent Amendola, Mr. and
Mrs. Laverne Alexander, Mr and
Mrs. Roland G. Slavens,.Mrs. i
held to place by a coronet of seed! W. Voorhees, Miss Marietta Vour-
.. -J"- a-.,.. a( nnpc mr inn ivi is. nrii tLr x
dark pink rosebuds circled wi.tb
white carnations, Dacxea wiui yum.
satin bows and white satin shower
streamers.";' i'i S-v '.
Her sister-in-law, Mrs. Loweii
Brentner of San Francisco, was
matmn of honor. She was gowned
in deep pink crystallite, fashioned
with boat neckline and cap sleeves.
The fitted long-torso bodice was
sashed with the same white lace
as the bride's dress, ana tne doui-
fant skirt was ballerina length.
Her headdress was a circlet of
pink net encircled with a wreath
of white oaoy roses, one cuu
a bouquet of deep red and pink ba baby
by baby roses encircled with white car carnations
nations carnations and blue lobelia. Pink tulle
backed the arrangement. -, f
Miss Marilyn Slavens, sister of
the bridegroom was bridesmaid
and flower girl was Carolisa Lind Lind-berg,
berg, Lind-berg, sister of the bride. Her dress
was of pale pink crystallite. Pink
velvet ribbon entwined the white
basket of rose petals she carried,
and an arrangement of deep red
baby roses was attached.
Lowell Brentner was best man
for his brother-in-law, and seating
guests were John L, Miller, Jr.,
and Derby Wilson. Soloist was
Mrs. Heiene Whittington.,
For her dauehter's wedding.
Mrs. Lindberg wore a dress of pale
blue voile with insets of wnite
lace Her hat was a white straw
trimmed with pale blue. Pink ba-
bv roses made up ner corsage
For her son's wedding. Mrs.
Slavens wore a blue and white
silk print dress. Her corsage was
also oink Daoy roses.
A reception was held In the gar garden
den garden of the home of the bride's
Out of town guests includes Mr.
and Mrs. John L. Miller. Sr.. Yu
ma Arizona; Miss Nancy Jewell,
Story City, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs
Jack A. Smith, Mrs. Marghuretta
Golden, and Miss Merry Golden,
Slavens. Mrs. L. M. Alexander, Mr,
and Mrs. Jules Alcouffe, and Miss
Marilyn Slavens, St. Helena, Calif
ornia. i1-'- w i ."'
The bride grew up in Panama
and the Canal Zone. After com
Dieting Canal Zone schools, she at
tended Lux College in San Fran
Cisco for one year, going on to Io Iowa
wa Iowa State College at Ames. Iowa.
where she received her .Bachelor
of Science Degree in Home Econo
mics.' She also attended two sum summer
mer summer sessions at Oregon State Col College
lege College in Corvallis. Oregon, She has
been teaching Homemaking in the
St. Helena High School for the past
three" years. &f.'
The bride is a granddaughter1 of
Mr, and Mrs. John L. Miller, Sr.,
formerly of El Voican, Prov. of
Chiriquf, Rep. of Panama, who
were present for the wedding.
They now live in Yuma, Arizona.
Leland is a graduate of St. Hele
na schools and after completing
his education in Napa Valley, he
joined the Army and was sent to
Korea at the start of hostilities.
His realease from a Red Chinese
prison camp in July of 1953 end ended
ed ended more than two years of grave
concern for his family and their
friends in upper Napa Valley.
Since returning home he has been
a member of the staff at at. He Helena
lena Helena Branch of the Bank of Amer
ica and nas recently oeen trans
ferred to Eureka, Calif.
directed by Mrs. Adele Bettis and
featuresa cast of over 30 players.
Doctors' Wives Deadline (
For Luncheon Cancellatiens
The Doctors' Wives Luncheon for
July will be held at the Ft. Clayton
Officer Club at 1 12:30 p.m:
Wednesday. July 25. Reservations
or cancellations may be wade up
to 8 p.m. today by calling .Mrs.
Nichols at Clayton B189 or Mrs.
Turlington at Clayton 4146.. ? g
Mr. and Mrs. Lord
Here For Visit v J -"-'i.'l
Mr, and Mrs, Porter D,-Lord
will arrive .this evening from
Middletowni Conn. During their
..(..14. U... tVi.v ntlll'.htt inil
VABib w. s-
guesta "of their trother and ais-J ?
ter-ln-iaw Mr. ana Mrs. uuy n
Lord of Balboa. -
Ut. and Mrs. Lord will alac
visit with Set and Mrs. Dwight
Klenke of Albrook Air Force
Base. Miss Klenk e lsa sister of
Mr. Lord. -. "
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"Detective S t o r y" a thrilling
three-act drama set in a N.Y. po
lice station, is the latest presenta presentation
tion presentation of the Theatre Guild. Tickets
for the new play which opens to
night may be reserved by calling
Mrs.-K. Aieainger at uaiooa
"Detective Story" will run for
six consecutive nights. It is' being
at 9:00 sun.
WIIEII IT COMES
Come to Our
Annivmary Sale at our
TIVOLI BRANCH Only
. Ave. Tivoll No. 11-60
RCA VICTOR RADIO CLUB
Join our RCA VICTOR Radio Club. ;
You get more for your money in our Club than
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v Cbbs from J cents weeldy arid up.
' No. 9-13
Ym, Saiina makes your iron fly -cuts down iron iron-f
f iron-f ing time on every starched item in your basket.
Mix Satina with your hot, ready-to-iron starch and
see just how delightfully easy it is to iron the
Satina way. Your clothes will look and stay crisp and
clean longer, and smell divinely frtsh I
Gef your box of Satina foday-fha
CIO ironing aid in fh tilth packayl
Saiina will carry you smoothly
thru the ironing, hour
ORANGE PINEAPPLE CHIFFON
IS FITTING PIE FOR JUEN
By gaynor raaddox
NEA Food and Markets Editor
Here's, a cool, beautiful nrinM
PineaDole bie that taste in Jim.
It conies from Mrs. C. Sherman
Hoyt of Sacramento. Calif., moth-
w ui im annul cuuuren, wile 01 a
military doctor at Mather Air
Force Base. Mrs. Hyt entertains
small erouns in her h n m
"Party foods with make ahead
qualities are my specialty," she!
says. "That is why thU pl is I
one of my favorites. It can be
made as early as von like, in
the morning if you wish, and then
set iu refrigerator' until serving
Orange Pineapple Chiffon Pie
(Makes on 1-inch pie)
Crust: One and three-quarters
cups rolled oats (quick or old-
fashioned, uncooked). 1-3 cud
brown sugar. 1-3 cup melted but
ler or margarine. ;
ruling: One envelope unfavored
gelatin, 14 cup pineapple juice,
4 egg yolks, cup- sugar, Vx cup
orsnge juice, V4 cup drained
crushed pineapple.- 1 teaspoon
gratea. orange rind, egg whites,
For the crust, toast rolled oats
m a shallow pan for 15-20 min
utes in a hot oven (400 degrees F.)
stirring occasionally the, last few
minutes. Mix in brown sugar and
melted butter. Combine the in
gradients well, then press mixture
onto bottom and sides of a 0-inch
For the filling, soften gelatin in
pineapple juice. vumuine egg
yolks, sugar and orange juice in
double boiler. Cook until thick thickened.,'
ened.,' thickened.,' about 1 minutes, stir-
rng frequently. Stir in gelatin,
drained pineapple and orange
rind. Cool.. Beat egg whites until
stiff. Fold into orange-pineapple
mixture. Pour into oats crust.
Chill until firmly set.. Garnish
with butterflies. (To make these,
cut thin orange slices in quarters
notch the outer edge of each am
fit two together to look like i
; higher wages
:- . rJ i -v a, -i i i
. i .' ' .'
cost of many
Will be raised about 10 as of
: August 1st
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If you want to get Gorham Sterling
at the old prices, you car) do so un!;!
July 31st. We shall be glad to see you
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OR, L AVILA JRm. M.O.
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(opposite Ancon School PIaytaaaa
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, W will teUeve Tenf
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For Smart and lovely Hair
- try our
1 Double LanoUne Waye
. ; ; : -Tel M677
h95Wllys Station Wagon
in Kood condition. Price
$1,500 easy? terms. Call
Eisenmann, phone 2-4505.
Just received new ship shipment
ment shipment of famous English
; new model R.C 88.
Central 26-79 (mext te
V'. Encanto Theatre)
" r.S.' We also hare
;. 25 eyele motors.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
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LIBRERIA PRECIADO LOURDES PHARMACY UEWIS SERVICE HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE FARMACIA" EE. BATURRO
1 Hoot He. It ; in La CamHoUIa Avev vKtv a X. re. U te Oata "a. 1 1 s 'are, Ulim t Street
Agendas Internal. da Publicacionw ' FARMACIA LOMBARDO FARMACIA ; ESTADOS UN1D0S ' FOTO OOMY : .. FARMACIA "SAS" V
, Mo. I lattery Haas Bttee osral ). ii"a Via Perrae 111
- CASAZALDO . MORRISON FARMACIA LUX ; FARMACIA VAN-DER.DUS NOVEDADES ATHJS --
. , Central Ava.il ? . :.: ei Jelf Ave. J (, . WCaW Aw a ", I genet Xt-It ' ' Via aapaAa Ave. .'
FOR $ALE Fina mahasaay a"in a"in-nf
nf a"in-nf warn tat, ia aaact condi condi-tiea,
tiea, condi-tiea, $150. 54 50tk Straat, ia
(rent El latarra.
FOR SALE: Rafriyaratar. La
Eiaca 910-X, Apt. F. Phana 2 2-2967.
2967. 2-2967. ':
FOR SALE- Rafrigarater, 25 25-cytla,
cytla, 25-cytla, food caaditiaa, $50. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-6373. :
FOR SALIs Oaa to tria, cadar
fumitiira Juat kairt, latest ttyla:
dining roam, kadream, child child-ran't
ran't child-ran't farnituta, not mad. Phana
FOR SALE: Btdraem, dining
ream and children 't tax.. Special
' price for whole, lot. Good oHer
lor individiul aara' coniiderad.
Brand new, never uiad, made to
erdci. All cadar. Call Panama 3 3-,
, 3-, 0898 tor information and ap ap-1
1 ap-1 pointmant. .'(.'.'.. yii'iVM''.,
FOR SALE i Bedraem, dining ;
: reem and children's Mti, Special
' price tor whole lot. jSeod offer
for Individual : tot considered. !:
Brand new, never been used,
Made to order. All cedar. Call i
Panama 3-0898, 4:30 p.m. fori
'"fafwatlow and appointment
FOR SALI Rattan furniture:
) dealr and chair, 16 'piecea for
, living room 1 2 ers),, (.piece
bedroom suite. Phone 2-2765
after 4 p.m. week days.
Jehovah's Witnesses Hear
Panama Minister AM. Raor
4rA guarantee of survival and
deliverance against any eventuali eventuality
ty eventuality is what man wants today,', dec declared
lared declared A. V. Raper, Panama Branch
supervisor of ministers before 61
persons in attendance at the main
with the Watch Tower Bible &
witnesses' convention last night in
the Pacific Clubhouse.
Raper, who, has been associated
with the. Watch Tower Bible a
Tract Soeiet headquarters for near
ly twenty years, spoke on ''Con ''Consulting
sulting ''Consulting God on World Affairs." -.
"As presidents are consulting to together
gether together on one side of the globe, the
leaders on the other side are also
making goodwill trips to other
lands, consulting together for ma
tual protection and peace. The
common man caueht In this eon.
fusedf state, ot thines turns risht
and left in -an almost vain attempt
to understand the situation and de
cide what may be the best thine
to du in order to survive. The un,
known has always intrigued some
people and so just at this time
books on hypnotism are being con consulted,
sulted, consulted, and spiritism."
Called eutaa DUtrlct Court For The
Dtltrlrt ot The Canal Zona
" Balboa Division
In the matter of the Estate of Ethel-
bert Campbell Sterling, Deceased. No.
Notice of time set for proving will
and hearing application for letterm.
Notice is hereby given that a Detl-
tlon for the will of Ethelbtrt CamDbell
Sterling, deceased; and for the issuance
of letters of administration with the
will annexed to Sylvester Callander was
filed In thia Court on July 10, 1956, and
that August S, 1954 at 9 o'clock a.m.. In
tne courtroom -or tnu court at Ancon.
Canal Zone, has been act for the hear-
tne of said netition, when and where
I any person tnterenea may appear ana
con i os i ,.mr nm ma snow cause, u
any,' Why said petition should not be
Dated at Ancon, Canal Zone, thla July
C. T. McCarmtck, Jr.
Clerk of Court.
By th E. Harrlioa
JJeputy Clerk of Court
1 1 1 ,"" I 1
COMPLETE TV SERVICE
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All Work Guaranteed
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CORNER "H" and DARIEN
Service Calls Till 10:08 p.m.
FOR SALE. 1954 Marcnry 2 2-tone
tone 2-tone 4-door aedaa wradie and
new whitewall tire. Real Bar Bargain.
gain. Bargain. Leaving Isthmus. Phone 1
Panama 2-1463 (Reuben I.
FOR SALE: Buick sedan, 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, good condition, 4 new
tires, bargain Haute 9080 8th
Street. Phone' 265 Colon.
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebakor
Champion, excellent conditio,
$225. Duty paid, radio. Phono
US Freighter Rams
Panama Tanker In
Foggy II. Y. Harbor
NEW YORK, July 23 "(UP), An
Americaa freighter collided 'with
a Panamanian tanker early today
in heavy fog outside New York
The Coast Guard removed 39
passengers from the 6,000 ton
freighter, Fainsle. Two were injur-ed.-
The Fatrisle collided with the
11,000 ton Panamanian tanker San
Jose II at 1:15 a.m. some four
miles southeast of Ambrose Light-
"While this i"; eoini on not all
people are content to consult one
who is unknown or not proven
trustworthy. These Honest persons
are turning to God, to one that has
lniormation about worm aaairs.
They consult him by turning to the
cook that he has inspired as
guide for us in this day, the Holy
'But Can God advfse on 'world
affairs, and if so what is his. mes
sage asked Mr. RaDer. :
i "Jehovah God has decreed that
this earth must eventually become
a global paradise, with its inhabi
tants enjoying everlasting life in
perfect health and happiness. So
the news that in our day has start started
ed started the beginning of the end for
what the Bible calls "the present
wicked system of things'' should
be a source of a great joy for all
right hearted persons."
"Only obedient men will survive
the battle of God Almighty. They
will appreciate their home, and
prove it by caring for it in harmony
with the divine will. They will cut
tivate it, beautify it, convert it in into
to into a global paradise, all under the
direction of the invisible new heav heavens.
ens. heavens. Now is a special period of
time allowed for men to flee from
the doomed old world under Satan
ana come under the new system of
things under Christ."
Another speaker, W. R. Gilks,
Panama travelling circuit minister,
said in Introducing the new film.
"The Happiness of the New World
Society," "The special preaching
that Jesus said would occur just
before the end of man's wickedness
is now under way. Thus, the amaz
ing fact is that we are living in
the generation that will see righte
ous conditions of lasting peace
come to earth but in God's way.
not man's. Certainly this is a real
reason for happiness now!" Four
witnesses were baptized in Satur
day immersion service and will
take up ministerial work in the
' At the conclusion of the conven convention
tion convention the Witnesses unanimously ex.
pressed appreciation to the people
and officials of the Pacific Club
house for their hospitality.
. ...' "" '.'
The walking clubs of England
wetcome guests Xrom ; foreign
countries, both men and women,
and some 10,000 hikers make
journeys of 40 miles, to be, m,et by
Ave. Eloy Altaro 15-159
mm M tap
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ,.-
BOX 2011. ANCON, CZ.
OX 1211. CRUTOIAU CX
SAN JOSE INK, in Saa Jeta,
Casta Rica, aHert a delihtful
all-expense three-day tour in
cool and beautiful Cost! Rica for
.$52.50 oa M"o 1 flroups ol
two or mora MOpte. For raterva raterva-riant
riant raterva-riant or Information,' write or
.wire SAN J05I INN, Saa jeee.
Costs Rica. '., '' -...-'.
i FOR SALE: Smita-Corona eort eort--
- eort-- able typewriter and cast, Inglisb,
like now $65 May be seen at
Lewis Service, Avenida ,Threli ;
No. 11-52. '
, FOR SALE Monkeys Kit Te Te-,
, Te-, es. Otters, all tame, collar and.
chain broken. Mynali r Bird,
world's bast talkers. Many eh
art. Phana 2-1 1 69, '
Ur-AT 1STH USUAL PRICES
; at 90 Calle Estudiant New
J, Enumeration 15-34), near
. Panama American Center, acroea
from Natienal Institute! Radio
Tubes, practically all types, for
25c. to SI; vary large types of
Transmitter and Rectifier Tubes
for Radio Statiana, $4 to $40 for
' tubes originally costing up to
- $200;' ., Telephone equipment,
, switchboards, handsets, all types
of relays. Jacks, Plugs, resistors
' condensers electrical; window-
boxes,-large aluminum, painted,
for, flowers, $1; hanging or
stand, anetal askett far flowers,
10t.; Cable-damps a fastenera.
all siiet & tvpes, 1 5c j to 50c.; f
, Cross-cut saws, twe-maa lum lum-.
. lum-. baring types, $2.50; Shop Paw-
er-MW, very lerge, Dewalt cest :
$750). now $150; metal plates
for painted signs e arrows, 10c.;
.chemical fire carts, hand-drawn,
foam, larea. at Paitilfa AiiMit
AGS A $25; I safe office, com-
' bmatien, large, ISO; 2 barrels
,1110 gall.), liquid carbon re re-.mover
.mover re-.mover for cylindara, $10; art
i. vayon', aHrtade metturmg tti-( t
f meters, 5; cxttltro packing a
twoodea) bases, --y'r. ,..?:..;.
.FOR SALE: 8mm camera and.
proiector; Bell ft-Howell 1 Koh Koh-ler
ler Koh-ler light plant, I00w.-11 Overt
D C. Phono 2-J6l6u. Howso
: 0901. .; ; y- --
ship at the entrance to New York
Harbor,;, y .-
The passengers were put Into
lifeboats as a precautionay mea measure.
sure. measure. They were picked up by a
Coast Guard pitrol boat and later
transferred to the cutter Tamaroa.
They were taken to the C o a s t
Guard pier at .St. George, Staten
Island. .. ;;. ',!
r: f y -.
The Fairisle, owned by the "Wa "Waterman
terman "Waterman Steamship Corp., reported
which will two 'it into port The
Faii-isle's home port is listed as
Mobile, Ala. ,;s,.r:,' v:,.,t(,-:
The San Jose reported its bow
had been damaged. The coast
Guard said the ship was waiting
for the fog to lift before attempt attempting
ing attempting to reeenter the harbor. Toe
tanker probably will dock at
Gr&vesent Bay pending an investi investigation
gation investigation of the accident. i
This is the kind ef "Parker SI" pen used by the .Presidents
of the American Republic to styn the Declaration of Pan Panama
ama Panama at the meetint; held here in commemoration of the
130th Anniversary of the Bolivarian Congress.
ATTENTION 6. 1.1 Jitaf bail
,aaoaera tarnish ad apeitmenta, l.
2 beeVoonts. bot, cold watea, ':
PheM Pomon 3-4941.
FOR RINT-2-aedreewi aparN
merit en Ricardo Ariaa Street,
Camps Alegre. Bathroom, mtieVs
roam, hot water, near Via Ipa-.
ia. Phone 2-6146 or 2-2341.
FOR RENT: Fumhhed or an-
furnished apartment! available.
Contact Alhembra Apartments, ;
10th Street. Phono I Jl. CeUa...
FOR RENTr Modern efficiency
; apartments, fully famished, air air-eeaditiene4,
eeaditiene4, air-eeaditiene4, maid service, wired
for television. "TROPICANA A-
- PARTMENTS," 4th of July Ave.
nue. Phone 2-2111 and 2-2521.
FOR RENT. A three-bedreem
apartment' with' two bathe, la
new house. Lrving-drning room,
bakeay, kitchen, garaga, maW'a
room with 'bath, laundry, perh, ;
; bat water rnataltatien. Near San-
tutria Natienal, $125. Informa Informa-'
' Informa-' tion: y No. 25-43, Ave; Cuba.
Phono 2-04 -.,v;'i
' FOR RENT.- Furnished apart apart-,
, apart-, meat, living room, be dream,
kitchen, balcony, wash tubs,
$75. Phone 1-2930 or Via Es Es-!,
!, Es-!, pint 2004, Apt., after 3 p.m.
FOR RENTr-Apartmant en Ri Ri-'
' Ri-' tarda Arias Street: 2 bedrooms,
"bathroom, $100. Phone 3-6146
...f'3-0294V A -.rr .-.:
FOR RENT- Famished apart apart-mint
mint apart-mint $50. Via Porras I0W, Tele-.
. phena 1-2561 . ..,
Ailio Strike Since -War
In Brilalsil r
it. -,yy vVt--- v4.i.;t,'
LONDON. July 28 (UP) Union'
leaders ordered 60,000 autoworkers
to pat down their tools today in the
biggest strike against Britain's auto-making
Industry since World
Wat IL but thousands ignored the
call, i w,l'y 1
. ,-i ..it .'.'t -il.lH'- ''! i
ruteen liniohs called out their
members' at 1J plants of the Brit
ish Motor, Corp. in a dispute over
the. dismissal of 8,000 surplus em employes.
ployes. employes. BMC fired the "redundant"
workers with three weeks extra
pay. The unions contended this
was nardly 'adequate .compensa
tion" fpr.tne loss 01 jobs. f
Picket lines were thrown 'up a
round the plants at 6 a.m? when
the morning, shift was due. Special
police guarded tne plants to prevent
possible ciasnes oeiween tne pick pickets
ets pickets and non-strikers. ,
v, V I
:' Reports reaching here said that
thousands of workers showed up
as usual. They ignored pleas from
loud-speakers to "stay out" -and
braved taunts of "scab" and "trai-.
tor" to enter the plants.
First reports said that the strike
wjs only anout so per cent enee
rive at some plants. BMC manu
factures Austin and Morris auto
mobiles. I v iM.-.X'' y
The' American Automobile Assn
ssvs auto travel from the United
Statest o Mexico increased an es
timated 30.5 per cent in. the: past
- & --
PHIUIPS Oaaaaid, Cottaoaa.
Santo Clara. ; 435. Bclbeo.
Phone Paooaaa 1-1177. Cnato Cnato-bo
bo Cnato-bo 1.1(71.
POSTER'S COTTAfJES 44 U(
V L i .... Am
ween w w past w
sine, phono Panama 2-1 Ji 5
(Continued from Pae t
beneficial use of ,. nuclear forces
wroughout we Hemisphere, both in
induittry, and in combatting di-i
"The coming years," he said
'will hrini to mankind i;m;n
ways in which thia new science
can advance human welfare."
Before concluding hi, j..m
speech, Eisenhower added "Let us
progress together, as on timiiv.
o acnievwa u our peoples
Ihana .Mllltl." t V;
7 farller In the day, Ik, proved
His popularity, with that people of
Panama Y -jwrmly ecknowl ecknowl-edging
edging ecknowl-edging the' cheers tF frtxiziaxl
crowds of spectatora who waited
In the bet noon tun for hours
until his bubble.tooped eiek j.
mouslne passed through the
Screams of ""Ike" and "Viva'
ran-through,. the m u 1 1 it u d e in
waves as nis car wove Its way
down narrow atreeta and finally to
ine saioa - ;
The narade of president. Tuxran
at 10 a.m., and it took three hours
until tho 19 Presidents .nH nroei-
dems-elect gathered; at the histo
ric hall. 7 -ii,-
' Children were learning h etr
nmory firsiianu as- tney, uned vy
waitmg for w parade of presi presidents
dents presidents and pressed forward eager eagerly
ly eagerly "as each flag-bedecked car ptss-
ed bytt -: ,:
"Who did you y is Aretntina's
President?" asked-one litHe girl
dressed in her Sunday-best.? f:
"Aramburu, you silly." renlied
her brother with authority.
"Did you see now young Casti Casti-Uo
Uo Casti-Uo Armas look?"
..... i .
.VMmmmnim .m an admirer.
Presitlenti Arias, first to arrive
at the Salon" was on hand to greet
President Aramburu Wh0 arrived
kt 10:S0 a.m..
1 He was fouowea into the court courtyard
yard courtyard of the fhool building that
nouses the nail ythe Presidents
of -BrazU, Liniie, vuDa, Costs Rica,
the President-eieci or Panama, E-l
euador, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico,
Nicaragua, ; Paraguay, Dominican
Republic,'' Uruguay, Venezuela,
Bolibia, El Salvador, Peru and the
.Although the parade was ar arranged
ranged arranged in alphabetical order, II II-aonhewer
aonhewer II-aonhewer waa last to arrive and
first 1e leave,, making an ex ex-caption
caption ex-caption te preteo botuM of
his health. Ho is still convalas convalas-emg
emg convalas-emg from the serious abdominal
poration lest mouth.
Th. inneesi soeecn v.ciarnav
was made by Ecuador's Jose Ma Maria
ria Maria Velasco Ibarra, and lasted 41
minutes. Aramburu's address was
the shortest-end took two min minutes
utes minutes to present.
President Arias who bpend the
historic meeting concluded his ad
dress with the remark that "there
are great forces still keeping- up
from achieving our lofty, ideal."
But he added that he was convinc convinced
ed convinced today'- historic achievement.
while it nny ":n w respond. w
an, exclusive aspiration of out A A-merica
merica A-merica alone, was in itself a step
forward to e a u r e permanent
peace to all .wen on earth. t
He also said he waa sure that
when that sublime desire was fi finally
nally finally satisfied, after decades or
centuries, "the men of that hap--
py age who pauaej 10 consider now
they reached ao lofty a peak, will
have to recognize with admiration
and gratitude the magnificent ac accomplishment
complishment accomplishment of our America."
Motor buses have finally re replaced
placed replaced all street cars in Detroit,
the home of the automobile. De Detroit's
troit's Detroit's public transit system re retired
tired retired the last of its trolley cars in
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A DATE WITH
-' HAPPV i MFMnRIFS rnmi flnnrllnf i ack to Shellet
? Winters as she Jells her landlord, Campbell Singer, that she
la expecting a visit from her ex-hosband in f'Casb. on Dell
very.1' Misg Winters co-stars with Peggy Cummins and John.
Gregson in this new Comedy distributed by RKO Radio and.
will be release tomorrow, at the LUX Theatre.
THE RIVER -:
with the new star
' R0SSANA R0RY
A drama of a river that changes its owri course and
thost of the people It comes Into contact with Is seen 1 In
Warner Bros.r production of "THE RIVER CHANGES,"
OPENING ON TUESDAY AT "THE CENTRAL.
tht picture depicts Ufe In a smaU European village and
how its daily routine and" the personal lives of its inhabit
ants are altered when "THE RIVER CHANGES." It is aaid
, to be story of gripping suspense showing the damaging ef
feet the angry forces of nature can have on human Uvea,;
The climax of the picture is supposed to be one of the most,
unusual ever brought to the screen. CENTRAL TUESDAY 21,;
"'OLD PEPPERSASS" X
MT. WASHINGTON, N.H. -1
(UP) The cog railway wh oh
runs to tne top of Mt Washingtoa
highest pea uie rio.uiwj
had an early beginning. The first'
locomotive ascended to the sum summit
mit summit in 1869. It wassailed "Old
Peppersa'ss" because its upright
boiler resembled a peppers 1
bottle: The ancient locomotive is
displayed at the base station, cl
ine railway. ;v c
FILLER FACTS i
Patronage on one tine of De
troit's public transit system rose
20 per cent after motor buses re replaced
placed replaced street cars on the line.
The world's largest" fertilizer
plant is located at Saginaw, Mich.
Michigan State University home
furnishing specialists say a look j
at the legs and feet of furniture
will give you the quickest clue as
to what period it is. Chair backs I
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- and -THE
" GREATS! SEX
. in Cinemascope!
THE KILLER IS
with Joseph Cotten
"' a,nd -'
P A T T BR N S :
: with Van Jieflln ..
60c- : ssc.
ROAD TO DENYER J
with JoIib Payne and
CITY OF SHADOW
t ; ; with Victor McLsflen
' liATf SHOW: LAKE FLACID
; time table ;
The Story ol Greatest Naval Base of them
all John Derek and Diana Lynn, la
in superscopei .:
Hli aoh returns to save his father's name
John Ericson and Marl BlanchiTti, In ..
RETURN OF JACK SLADE
HOUSE of BAMBOO
with Robert Ryan
with Jennifer Jones
(feTf Only 80' TV
5I0MJAT, JILT 23, 1538
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ALL THIS AND WHISKERS, TOO-Mayor Ralph Hall, of
Crossville, Terms isn't the man to let a luxuriant beaver coma
'x between himself and romance..-. AH wntsKerea up in prepa--'
'ration lor the Cumberland County, Tenn., Centennial celebra
!tion,he carries a kissln card that takes the tickle out of a
' -J potentially ticklish situatioa Itching to try out the device ie
1 i Jerrie Keut, secretary to Rep. B. Carroll Reece R-Teon) who ?
" met Mayor Hall when he visited Washington, D.C -
MOVIES TV IUDK)
bf taktar Johnson
hind the Screen: Arrival in Ilolly-j
" wood of-Ensland's, bestivisible ex
port ti.tb))jaarilyn.i Monroe4sh
British actress Diana Doraraita a
blusher for Bob Hope. Bob offered
Diana-and her luscious lower lip
. a mint to co-star in a movie with
him. But she picked George Gobel
as her film partner in her Holly-
- wood movie debut'-'- an RKO
comedy -titled "I Married a
. Diana is a cinch- te olve toarl toarl-tyn,
tyn, toarl-tyn, J ay ne Mansfield and ether
'U.S.' glamor babes seme exciting
cemftetitierf in publicity' grabbing,
She posed almost nude for a
maeazine- called "Diana Dors in
t Three D": and once wore a mink
" bikini bathing suit while riding on
' -the prow of a gondola in Venice.
i She's 24, managed by her husband
Dennis Hamilton tiittins.
Rhonda Fleming will seek a
. new divorce to further insure the
Mexican decree that melted ber
marriaee to Dr. Lew Morrill. Just
in case she wants to get married
. again-, .i JUGM will tUm the. uie
- slory jof. New York attorney Dixie
, Davis, whose client list mciuaea
cpveral underworld figures
Telefilm, production, has increased
membership in the Screen Direc Direc-'
' Direc-' tors. Guild, to anew all-time high
of 962 active members. There
' were, only 450 members in 1950 v
Sign in a barbershop on .Hollywood
Blvd.5 ."We shave our conversa-i
Alan tadd bought ,up Ms con-
tract, to star In one more movie,
"Sons of Katie Elder," at Para Paramount.
mount. Paramount. He prefers working for
his own company.
1 JtidV Garland will dish up as
much dancing as singing in her
Las Vagaa night club deour iwxt
Television is getting more
like movies hi every day note:
Twenty 20 count 'em writers
are working on Gale Storm'a new
telefilm series. ''
Desi Arnax has Vivian vance s
series of her own season after
next. A solid indication that nnt
year will be lb e last for "I Love
-Lucy ,4 Vivian, has "been a regular,
on me snow ioc uve years.;; -,
. Hollywood hears Gene Tierney
is hospitalized again in-Hartford,
suwn nsywaro potfn I want an.
other alcoholic .-role se soon after
-i ll cry Tomorrow" tht reason
she refused "The Wayward Bus."
Tha studio agreed with her, after
much discussion, and she'll star
mstaad in "Th Three Faces of
Paramount's .; thinking ; about
dropping the .Paramount News.;
reel. "The eyes and ears of the
world" .no longer can compete
with TV pews coverage . ; R.
member NBC recent blast
against old movies on TV? The
networK lust bought 78 old Colura
bi studio westernsi Bettv
Hutton's description of the char
acter she'll play in a nrooosed
telefilm series: "She's sort of a
temiune bgt. tuiko.'
This Is Hollywood,, Mrs. Jones:
Line about, a Hollywood party in
a local social, puiar; "Bunny
Green was in Arizona with the
children, so Johnny Green (the
musical director) was with his ei-
wue, Betty t urness."
Not In The Script: Joe I. Lewis.
talking about being efforid a 10 10-year
year 10-year Las Vegas night club con contract:
tract: contract: "I had to turn it down.' Who
wants to drink se far in advance?"
Sophie Tucker is denying the re
tirement rumors. She's making a
farewell tour of Europe in the
spring "I've been going there
yearly since 1922" but says
she'll continue her U.S. nicht
ciud waroung . vie Mature s
chorus girl pal, Marian Collier,
aooui possiDie weamng bells:
"Why break up a friendship that
way f ... canay is better thao
ever at the movies, too. Fifteen
per cent of all U.S. candy sales
-gignature on a contract to star in are made in movie theaters.
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6:45 MEL ACHRINO MUSI-l
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7:30 VOA Report From.U.S
8:00 Music By Roth if
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10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert under The Stars
Tomorrow. Tuesday', July 24
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8:30 Musical Reveiue .
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10:00 JENNIFER'S JOUKNAt
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12:00 News sl '!"
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1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers w
1:45 Forward March
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show ..
2:30Songs From The Show
3:00 Hank snow And His Raln Raln-"
" Raln-" bow Ranch Boys 1
3:15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday
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5:30-News ' T
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6:30 Broadway In Review
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7:00 Interlude For Music
7.15 HOW CHRISTIAN SCIr
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 World Of Jaiz,
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9:00 You Asked For It (re.
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.,.,. till 7-SflV
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan
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'- NOBODY ALLOWED TO OIE-In San Francisco, Calif.,
pickets of .the. Professional Embalmers Union, clad in their
v formal funeral attire, .walk the beat in front of a funeral parlor.
Nineteen other mortuaries In the area united in the lockout At
; the same time, the Cemetery Workers Union was also on strike.
Poland s National Day Events
Feature Supersonic Jet Craft
WARSAW, Jury 23 (UP)-New
Polish let planes described as "su
personic": flewoyer. this capital ctj
ty yesterday as part of the mas massive
sive massive state-sponsored celebrations;
marking 12 years of Communist
. Soviet Premier- Nikolai Bulganin
and fiefense Minister iMs a rs b a 1
Georgi Zhukov' headed a top-rank
Soviet delegation, te. .Polish "Na-
tinnal Div". festivities, t v t
-. Rwenti featuea V b'arade of Vol-
ish armed might and a fly past of
air. units. Polish premier josei
Hopes For Averting
In Rome Dwindle
ROME. July 23 (UP) -Chances
of svertin? a pending nation-wide
gs-nour ranroaa sxriKe wanea yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, as Communist-led strikers
and government negotiators show showed
ed showed little likelined of reaching ; a
Premier Antonio Seeni's cabinet
meets again today for an llth-hour
studv of emereencv measures to
avoid the strike, scheduled to be
gin at 0001 tomorrow,.
But hopes of preventing the
walk-off dwindled as Senator Ce Ce-sare
sare Ce-sare Massini. head of the Commu
nist railroad union warned that the
strike was "ony the beginning"
of a battle for long-stsnding de
mands. ; .
Rid3 Cps!$ $270,
Travel Books Says:
t nunnn .iniv m rtTPI A trav
el iniv disclosed yesterday that
it-costs $270 to travel first class
on the world's .longest train ride
-5.800 miles from Moscow to Via-
Idivostok.- i: y.: .v U.i.'y. ? '";'',
Vkitmaa CmJrt nA 5lnn. lie.
.tiooiniawt that thev will Dublish de
tails of the Trans-Siberian trip In
their continental rauroaa timeia timeia-ble
ble timeia-ble next month for the first time
since 1939. J
Ti, trin fata might AV' five
hours and 33 minutes one day, less
than before the wv. .
. It costs "approximately '$160 sec
ond class. Through carriages to
Pyongyang in North Korea ana to
Peiping are available several days
k dflnlc'i anokesmifi satd the de
tails will appear simply because
the Russians wanted to make them
i available. He said several Brit Brit-ish
ish Brit-ish businessmen have made the
trip and probably will make most
of the bookings when the timeta
ble is published..
For Rio Tour
ROME, July 23 (UP) A Italian
tenor Ferruccio Tafrliavini and his
wife, soorano Pia Tassinari. ltft
here today by Alitalia flight '' SOt
bound for Rio de Janeiro, first ieg
of a two month singing tour.-
Tha nfcarat.-A .1..'.
. v....v lull .ic viiruuicu
aina af Ti Cm,. V.iiIa ..J 1. I
lu a.a w av.u, uu 4 au,v auu lav
er in Buenos Aires.
fvrnnViaivit wan host at B Bala
reception last night for his Rus J
sian and foreign Communis.
Warsaw Radio descrwee e i
planes which streaked overhead
as of a new 'supersonic" type.
.. Tfi, vanr'a annivartarv-. ftf th
orntM)ii of the Lublin government
tu iwivwcu vj iv
mnnth wnrker' risins in Poznan
west, of here, in which 53 persons
were killed and hundreds wound;
ed. ... I
borne .aqo persons are still unaer
n-Ast naniinff fmrffpft Tnr ruin.
plicity m the riotous demonstra demonstrations,
tions, demonstrations, their trial is scheduled ten tentatively
tatively tentatively for mid-August, i ;
Bulganin and his delegation ar ar-riuon
riuon ar-riuon at f laD.fpatntined Warsaw
airport Saturday the first top hus-
sian .group to come to roiano since
the Poznan events. .rH'-'-Bulganin
last night in a Speech
warned that ,'waverers" were
trvirui te.cspitaliie on me recent
; ettecK.en. &tlin.
ttie square, in front of the falace
ot culture ana acienccs, ;
p..lieti 'liafanca kninistpr Marshal
Rokossovsky rode into the square
in an open car and took tne piace
of honor on a special tribute to re
ceive the saiuie.
(Rokossovsky, Polish Born,
served for years wiin the lieu
Army' and was a Soviet citizen,
Ua .uia oilth lha Kivint trnnDa wnn
waited outside Warsaw during the
uprising there against me u e r r-in
in r-in lOii Tha Russians refus
ed to come in despite frantic ap
peals irom tne rousa aeienucrs
whei- the Kea Army imauy a i n
move into Warsaw. Most of the
Policb resistance guerrilas bad
been wiped out).
Visit To Hollywood
LONDON. July 23 (UP) -There
was no confirmation yesterday of
a rerort that Princess Margaret
may answer Marilyn Monroe's vis
it to Britain by paying a royal vis visit
it visit to Hollywood. ;
A spokesman at Buckingham Pa
lace said he had no knowledge
of the report by a London gossip
columnist wno said ne neara it
from- American columnist Louella
Miss Parsons said S h a r m a n
Douglas, daughter of former U.S.
Ambassador to Britain Lewis
Douglas and a friend of Margaret,
told her the princess wants to vis visit
it visit Hollywood after -returning from
a royal tour of East Africa Oct.
Tildav'l hanl nln...J 1
Mori, of Pittsburgh, brought about
8 rjTP PnH nncitinn 't'k..-
. -; --- r"w". iuwc was no
I difficulty in making the contract,
iiuivi we nana was played in
a tournament Ed was trying to
Win a manv a.m.m,w..i..
West opened a diamond, and
EaSt tOok thp mf- Vim
the queen of diamonds, and Mori
won won me kmg. v
Declarer'next led a club to dum dummy
my dummy s ace and returned the eight of
hearts for a finesse. When this
SUCCecded. hp 1H tha tan ,.t kaa.t.
j for another finesse, A 'third trump
...The threa- ronnrii nf trnmn. if
. MHIJJ 1 1 V
onlyt.ne trump in dummy to take
we w bouw s two low clubSi It
seemed, therefore that South
would lose another trick;.
- Mori susnerted that Woe! Y,a
lencth in both of thp htapir
since he was known to be short in
both hearts and diamonds. He
i therefore put the pressure on West
by leadinga ( spade to dummy's
ace and ruffing dummy's last
. West had discarded a diamond
and a club on the extra round nf
trumps. He. was now reduced to
uiree caras in eacn oft he black
suits and had to find a discard. If
West discarded a club, South
would cash the king of clubs, ruff
a ch'b in dummy, and thus set up
his last club. If West, instead, dis discarded
carded discarded a spade, South would lead
a inarta In the kinff ruff a uriarin.
and thus establish dummy's lasj
Either way, West was caught In
an unusual trump squeeze.
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MONDAY, JITY 23, 13: J
raves Threaten 6To, Break Oen9 1 1
TEE PANAMA -AMERICAN AN END EPIXE ENT PTTT KI"TJ?ATE3
Mttwaukee Now Owns
Biggest National Loop
liead Of 1956 Season
: :-. By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, July 23 -(UP) The Milwaukee
Braves owned the biggest National League lead of
the season today and threatened for the first time
"to break open? the pennant race.
In the wake of an 8-7 and 16-
s .ween of the Philadelphia
Phillies, the Braves increased
their lead over the second-place
Cincinnati Redlegs to three
eames and their winning pace
since Fred Haney took over as
manaeer June 16 to .743. That
thrte-cama lead is ereater than
the margin which separated the
first and flfth-nlace teams- in
the Ni. on June 22.
in addition, the Braves point
ed to these factors in support of
a belief that tney now are in a
Tinsit.lnn to stav on too.
1. They won 13 of 14 games in
their just conciuaea norac
stand atrainst the east. Earlier
the. Braves were a poor "home
Over Mel Bourne
ond game with a single as the
Dodgers downed the St Louis
Cardinals. 5-3 and 4-3. Carl Er
skine pitched a seven-hitter for1
his sixth straight victory and
eighth of the year and Sandy
Koufax won his second game
for Brooklyn, f
. The Chicago Cabs knocked
the New York G'ants still
deeper into the National
League cellar with 4-1 and 2-1
victories. Don Kaiser flipped a
four-hitter to take the first
game and Sam Jones and Turk
Lown collaborated in a five
hitter in the nghtcap. Lown
received credit for his seventh
w'n and sixth in 15 days;
In the, American League, the
New York Yankees split a dou-
2. TTnder Haney. they've 1: won bleheader with the Kansas City
five and split two of seven dov- Athletics but still lead by 9
bleheadera for a total 12-2 rec- games. The Athletics routed 14 14-ordWith
ordWith 14-ordWith their depth of pitch-, game winner Johnny Kucks to
ing,,.they don't anticipate ser-lwln the first game, 7-4, but Bil
pus trouble because of late-sea-skowron and Nonn Siebern ht
son doubleheaders. r 1 homers to lead the Yankees to a
3. Hank Aaron, Joe AdcockrEd 13-4 rout in. the nightcap. Rip
Mathews and Bobby Thomson Coleman wa8 New York's win-
are hitting all at once lor w.e ning pitcner,
first tfm this vear.
4. They've outplayed the Red Red-legs,
legs, Red-legs, .707 to .636 so far 'his
month to pick up two full games
on the second place Cincinnati
pedlegs. During the. same period
they picxeo up nve games vu
the third-place Brooxiyn uoag uoag-ers.
ers. uoag-ers. -''":''- :--Vrv
A crowd of 39,679 saw the
Braves stage their biggest of offensive
fensive offensive outburst of the year
yesterday. They walloped 26
, hits, Including six homers,
four triples and four doubles
Jin an assault, that f'nally
found shortstop Granny Hani'
ner pitching for the Phillies.
- Aaron's Httt homer gave the
Braves their margin In the
onener. Adcock and Mathews
homered in each jtame and
nohbv Thomson blasted twe
hoirrtts and a triple In the
Early wynn pitched a slx;hlt-
ter for. his Uth win as the
Cleveland Indians beat the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Orioles, 8-0. Vic Wertz
led Cleveland'! 17-hit attach
with his 23rd homer and two
singles. It wag Cleveland's 11th
win over Baltimore In 13 meet-
Lea Moss nit two nomers ana
Minnie Miftoso another as the
Chicago .White Sox beat the
Washington Senators, 6-1, be behind
hind behind Jack. Harshman'a five-hitter.
Eddie Yost's homer de deprived
prived deprived Harshman of a shutout
Mickey t Vernon drove in nve
runs with a homer and a single
to lead the Boston Red Sox to
an 8-6 decision over tne Detroit
Tigers. Tom Brewer won his 13th
game although tagged ior xi
ruts, including a tnree-r u n
homer by Frank House.
Featherweight champ Isldrc
Martinez. 126 Vi, last nlgnt scored
a unanimous ten-round decision
over bantamweight kine Mel
vin Bourne, 126, at the National
Martinez was master of the
situation most of the way as
he used a sometimes dancing,
sometimes boring style to
swarm all over the fl&tfooted
Bourne who,' although very
much outclassed, showed cour courage
age courage and durability in standing
un arainst a superior rival
Plenty of action was seen In
all the rounds. Bourne's best
stanza was in the seventh when
he landed several tesounaing
smacks to Martinez" midsection
The loser also looked good in
the. third. In that heat the win winner's
ner's winner's mouthpiece flew out of hlf
mouth seconds before the bell
sounded finishing the stanza
and at the gong both fighters
were sua slugging it out.
In the six-round semifinal,;
Black, B1IL 121W, earned a'
unanmous verdict over Tito
Marshall, 122. It was Mar-,
shall's first loss to four pro
Veteran Goyo Castafieda, 130
decisioned -Ernesto Taylor, 125
in the four-round main prelim
Both judges and. the referee saw
The curtain raiser, which was
set ior four heats, ended in 8
TKO win for Juan Lezama, 123
over Jorge Rlvas, also 123. The
match was stopped by Boxing
Commission medico Alberto Bis Bis-sot
sot Bis-sot at 1:50 of the last round
when blood continued to pour
irom a aeep, wide gasn over Rl
vas- rigns eyeorow.
. v''. .t.
Teams W L Pet. GB
Toronto m .60 -41. .595
Rochester . .55 43 .561 3V-
Miami .55 43 -.561 3Vi
Montreal . ,i ,6& 48 534 6
r,'- tran. Crone won
r.inth game i the opener i anri YESTERDAY'S STAR Eariy
Lew Burdette his J2tn in, we, wynn of tne Indians wno
second. -'' .? I, pitched a six-hit shutout a
The Redlegs, meanwhile, bert gainst Baltimore for big Uth
the. Pittsburgh pirates, 9-2, aft-.
er suffering an 8-6 loss in their
opener when Jack Shepard sin-1
rled with the bases filled and
i wo,1 out ju me iiuiui. juc ii u Ji Jill
ll Jill all who won his seventh eame.
GusJ Bell and Bob Thurman hit
homers for the Redlegs in the
nightcap. Relief pitcher George
Munger scored his second win
lor the Pirates in tne opener.
Diike Snider hit his 21st hom homer
er homer to win the opener and spark'
ed the winning rally In .the sec-
win of the year.
56 .451 14
57 .430 16V2
FACE TO FACE. HAND TO HAND -With the Yankees running away,, even such a mild
mannered man ax Marty Marion is jumpy enough to hop aboard umpires. Here the manager
of the White Sox argues a losing cause with Bill Summers. i
Charlie McCarthy Triumphs
In Fast lime At New Track
In The Majors
(Based on 200 official at bats)
: NATIONAL LEAGUE
Flayer and Club c ab r h pet
Bailey, Cinct 68 218 37 75 .344
Aaron, Mil. 83 325 60109 .335
Musial, St. L. 88 332 52 ill .334
Boyer, St. L. 88 315 62 112 .319
Sc'dienst. N.Y. 62 218 29 48 .312
Furlllo, Bklyn. 84-285 38 89 -AU
TWoy f nconto J5 20
Llbertad Lamaraue, In
"BISTORIA DE UN AMOR"
! Sophia Loren. in
;"LA MCJER DEL RIO"
T6day IDEAL 20 .10
j Lew Ayres, in
J "DONOVAN'S BRAIN"
Dennis O'Keef e, In
Frorti Net 'Tourneys
BUENOS AIRES, July 23 (UP)
Argentina notified the Interna
tional Tennis Federation yesterday
that Maria Weiss is suspected of
being a Peronist profiteer and urg urged
ed urged that she be excluded from in
Mrs. Weiss." close friend of
ousted ex-President Juan D. Pe Pe-ron,
ron, Pe-ron, often represented Argentina
in international tennis tourna tournaments.
ments. tournaments. She recently became a na naturalized
turalized naturalized Spaniard and announced
she will play for Spai in future.
The Argentine Tennis Associa
tion advised the ITF that Mrs.
Weiss's "financial affairs with the
Peron government are being inves-.
tigated," and asked wnetner tne
Federation thinks she should be
permitted to represent any nation
in international play.
, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
i I i -(
HMrtufc flame t i f ? i
Toronto 001 100 000 0035 10
Montreal 000 010 010 000 2 8
Lovenguth and Battey; Kippl
and Koseooro. -
(Second Game) 1
Toronto 000 300 25 4 1
Montreal 000 010 01 5 0
K. Johnson and Sawatskl;
Harris, Mlckens (6) and Rosebo-
(First Game) i
Rochester 000 001 1002 11 0
Buffalo 400 003 llx 9 12 C
Markell, Deal (1) and Green;
Donovan and Tompklnson. i
Mantle, NVSV; 86 313 80 117 .371
Kuenn, Det. 80 307 48 107 J53
Maxwell, Det. 79 267 54 94 .352
Vernon, Bos. 69 244 37 79 .324
Nleman, Baltl.. 70 235 35 7S.:J2;
MantK, Yanks 32
Kluszewski, Redlegs 24
Wertz, Indians 23
Banks, cubs 22
Robinson, Reds ......... 21
Snider, Dodgers ....... 21
RUNS BATTED IN
(Second Game) .'.
Rochester 100 302 06
050 010 17 10 0,
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great While Fleet 7
New Orleans Service CriiSEl
S.S. -nvrVES' ... ... .V. .. .... ... .. . ..... .V. July 21
S.S. "MARNA" July 27
S.S. "YAQUE j July 27
S.S. "F I A DOR KNOT ..,.,....,.......July 29
$S. "MORAZAN" ,..,..Aug. 4
A Steamer ....... ..Aug. 11
S.S. "YAQUE" ...Aueust 18
S.S. "MORAZAN" .Aug. 25
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carge
S.S. "HEREDIA" July 23
S.S. "COMAYAGUA ........................ .....July 30
S.S. "SAN JOSE" .i.-Aug.
A Steamer n.......,,.,...,.,. .......... ..Aux. 13
S.S. "CHOLUTECA" Aug. 14
5.S. "ESPARTA" t Aug. 20
Weekly sailings of twelve passenjer ships to New ;
V York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
SPECIAL ROUND TRD? PASSENGER FARES FROM
: CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New fork, and Return '... .8240.06
To Los Angeles and San Francisco and M
. Returning from Los Angeles 8270.00
To Seattle and Return $365.00
CRISTOBAL. 121 PANAMA 2-2904
, Macklnsori. Roberta (2) ,' Mar Markell
kell Markell (4), Wright (6) and Rand;
Nicholas, Drews (4) and Sherry
(First Game) ;
Richmond 012 000 0025 7 t
Columbus 000 000 1001 6 1
Cicotte and Watlington: Thle's
Wooldridge (6), Splcer (9) and
Richmond 000 002 024 8 C
Columbus k 100 100 013 8 1
Burtschy, Coates (6), Dixon
rlngton (6), Wooldridge (7), Spl
cer (8) ano Noble. t
000 000 111 003
000 010 002 014
Mantle, Yankees 80
Yost, Senators 68
Robinson, Reds 68
Snider, Dodgers t ....... 63
Three-tied with ....... 62
Mantle, Yanks lis
Boyer, Cards U2
Ashburn, Phillies lift
Musial,. Cards 109
Aaron, Braves ....,.,.. 103
(Based on 9 Decisions)
Lawrence, Redlegs ..13 1
Brewer, Red Sox ....13 3
Pierce, White Sox ..14 4
Freeman, Redlegs ... 7 2
xnree tied with ...12 4
Lopez 3b .........
Pilarclk, cf ..:.-.
Ab R H Po
. Editor; CONRADO SARCEANT
St. Louis .
.624 r r-586
586 r-586 3
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N)
' Only game scheduled.
Philadelphia 001 002 202-.7 12 :
Milwaukee 111 031 Olx 8 9
. Roberts (10-11), Flower3 and
Crone (9-5); Jolly and Atwell
Phila. 100 220 000 5 11 2
Milwaukee, 321 080 20x 16 18 0
Negray (l-l). R. Miller. Flow-
Ruben Varon's classv but aDoa-rs, Rogovin. Pillette,-& MUler.l
rently inconsistent Charlie McCar-lHamner and Lopata. v ; . I
thy, yesterday staged a completei Burdette (12-4), Phillips and.
t i :i J J. i -" 'i
, W L
Totals 38 7
14 27 14
1 0 0-
Martln, 2b .....V. 3 .' 1 1
Bauer rf ; ..'. . 5 0.1
Skowron lb ...... 4
Howard e v. ...... 4 1
Cerv If .. ..... . 1 0 0
Carey, 3b .;.U.'.'.t 3 0 .0
b-Byrne .yi:.;. 1 0 6
Coleman 3b4 o : 0 k 0 1
... 1 0
i 2 '..a
r ..... w
32 4 1 27 13
a-walked for Cerv in 6th -;-b-Popped
foul for Cey In 8th
c-Grounded Into double play
for Demaestri in 9th. -?y ':
d-Popped up for Rizzuto In
9th, ".,.,ii: ,,4.;,,, ,t,r
, summary T:errors: cLar cLar-en.
en. cLar-en. RBI: Thompson, Simpson
Power 3, Dimaestri, Howard 2
Mantle ? 2. Doubles: Simpson
Home runs: Howard, Mantle.
Stolen base: Pilarclk' 2. Double
plays: : -Rizzuto. Martin and
Skowron. Left on base: Kansas
City 9,' New York 8. Bases on
balls: Kellner 3, Ditmar 4, Lar
sen 6, Kucks 6 in 1 1-3, Larsen 5
in 5 1-3. McDermott 3 In 11-3
Runs and earned runs: Kellner
0-0, Ditmar 4-4, Kucks 6-5, Lar
sen 1-1, McDermott 0-0. Hit. by
pitch: by Kucks (Boy e r)
Passed ball: Howard. WP:, Dit Ditmar
mar Ditmar (8-11). LP: Kucks (14-5).
Mlnarcln, Martin (11), Hatten
(11), and Dotterer; Ponce, Paige
(9) and Holton.
INGLEWOOD, Calif. )nea)
When Jockey Willie Shoemaker
rode his 2,500th winner, at Holly
wood Park, he didn't even stop to
think about it. He went out the
next day and booted home two
winners to start him toward bis
second 2,500.' v
"THE RIVER CHANGES"
"THE RIVER CHANGES, Warner Bros.' suspense dra drama
ma drama of how a river affects the lives of a whole town, makes
its debut on-TUESDAY 24 AT THE CENTRAL, .. M
Making her American 1 debut in the film is' Rossani
Rory, blonde Italian actress who bids for Hollywood star stardom
dom stardom in "THE RIVER CHANGES." In addition to being the
only blonde Italian Import to date, Miss Rory holds the dis distinction
tinction distinction of holding a degree in. architecture and being an
artist of some note. Owen Crump, who wrote, produced and
directed the film, discovered her sketching in Rome and
immediately signed her for the lead in "THE RIVKR
CHANGES." OPENS ON TUESDAY 24 AT THE CENTRAL.
form reversal to score easily in
the featured $750 seven furlong
sprint for Class B imported hors horses
es horses at the President Remon r a c e e-track.
track. e-track. His time for the seven fur furlong
long furlong on a dampened track was a
remarkably fast 1:26 Li.;
The previous Sunday with the
same rider in the saddle, Charlie
McCarthy would up fifth behind
three of the starters he so easily
The four-year-old brown son. of
nearco-comic Di it, outsprmted the
opposition, set his pace in hand
and drew away in the stretch to
win ty fully three lenghths. Appren.
tice rider Gilberto Vasquei never
had a worry
Despite Charlie's pooor showing
iasi weex, ne went on a neavuy
backed second choice, on almost
even terms with mutuels choice
Tony which was ridden by leading
iockey Alfredo Vasauez who is a
3 brother of Gilberto.
Melendcz ran well to finish sec
ond, with outsider Barge Royal,
usually a front runner, changing
his style to come from behind and
take show money. Maria Stuardo.
Hurling Park and Tony would up
closely bunched behind Barge Roy Royal
al Royal in that order.
The moonshooters had their
moments of joy again yesterday,
especially after the running of the
first race which was won by rank
outsider Rada at odds 01 $91.20 per
win ducat. Rada also returned
$45.40 place. Shj coupled with De Devonshire
vonshire Devonshire Club, the mutuels favo favorite
rite favorite in the second race, for a first
double payoff of $553.80.
No rider was able to 1 c 0 r e
more than once.
I , FIRST RACE
1 Rada $91.20, 45.40.
2 Golden Buzzer $5 20.
1 Devonshire Club $420, 2 60.
2 Panzaretta $4.
First Double: $553.80.
1 Joe (e $4.60, 2.20. : ;
2 La Enea $3.20.
, One-Two: $16.60
1 Radical $8.20. $5.
2 Dona Barbara $4.60.
FIFTH RACE I
1 Copadora $43.60. 9.
2 Dianallcia $17.40.
Pittsburgh 130 100 102-8 13 1
Cincin&aU 020 111 010-8 11 C
-Law,' Munger (2-1) and Shep Shepard.
ard. Shepard. s
, Fowler, Black, Gross, freeniari
((-31 and Haney. j i- A
(Second Game) 1''1;
Pittsburgh 002 000 000-.2 10 1
Cincinnati 200 103 21x 9 12' 1
Naranjo, Pollet (3-2), Kingt J
O'Brien, Waters and Foiles
Nuxhall (7-8), Acker and Bur Burgess,
gess, Burgess, v
Brooklyn v rno 001 220--12 C
St. LOUiS J-;. UD0 000 1C3 3 7 1
Ersklne (8-8) and Walker.
Blaylock (0-1), Konstanty, Col Col-lum
lum Col-lum and Smith.', :
. Kansas City at Chicago (N)
Only game scheduled,
Kansas City 015 000 100-1-7 14 1
New York 000 002 200-4 7 1:
Kellner, Ditmar (8-11) and
Thompsori. .,. ; ,.
Kucks (14-5), Larsen, McDer McDermott
mott McDermott and Howard, j
(Second Game r
Kansas City 209 010 010 4 7 J
New York 602 000 05x 13 14 0
Gorman (5-6), R. Shantz, Cri Cri-mlan.
mlan. Cri-mlan. Herriage and Ginsberg.
R. Coleman (3-2), Morgan and
Berra. , 1
Cleveland 200 020 4003 17 0
Baltimore 000 000 00O 0 8. 5
Wynn (12-4) and Averlll.
. Wight (5-8),Zuverink, Schmltj
and Trlandos, Castall.
Chicago : 000 221 1008 7
Washington 100 000 0001 5 1 1
, Harshman (7-6) and Moss.
. Wiesler (3-7K Griggs, Byerly..
Detroit 101 012 001i-6 13 I
Boston 200 015 00x 8 15 1
Lary (8-11), Gromek, Aber and
. Brewer (13-3) and White.
(Second Can r
Brpoklyn 000 020 0114 10
'. 000 010 0023
Schnildt (4-8). Jackson.
lum and Katt.. -1 1 ; i
i iiivi3b.li) nl nut-
New York nni nnn nnni
Chicago 000 400 OOx 4 10 C
Antonelll (9-9). Grlssom
Kaiser (3-4) and ChltL
t The curtain, will rise tonierht
8 1 '.on the big Unisports Table Ten
and nis Tournament scheduled for'
the'Paraiso and Rainbow City
gyms, beginning at 7 o'clock.
This tourney will feature the
outstanding : men, high school
boys and girls.
i The pairings follow:
' nnrir nrannnm Jt Seal
New York ; 010 000 0001 5 C
Chicago 000 000 llx 2 7 1
Margonert (1-2). Wilhelm and
Jones. Lown (7-3) and McCul
nightcap when the Bisons scored
a tie-breaking run in the last
Tne Richmond Virginians
swepi a aouoieneader from Co Columbus,
lumbus, Columbus, 5-1 in the opener be be-hind
hind be-hind Al Cicotte's six-hit burling
and 4-3 in ,the seven-inning
nlehtcao with two runs in. the
last inning. In the only single
game of the day. Miami nushed
across a run in the last half of
the 10th inning to rive reliever
eawnei raige a 4-3 win over
vs John Perry.
XBiatsu ujrui. :
Frank Duram vs Tony You.
Fits Waithe vs T, Nighten Nightengale,
gale, Nightengale, paralso Gym. v
Marcus Grannum vs Allan
Chiu, Paralso Gym.
Arthur Joseph' vs A. Wilson,
" Jose Ng vs Oscar Jordon, Pa Paralso
ralso Paralso Gym.
Alston Gulllette vs A. Small,
R. McDowell vs W. Wicker
horst, Paralso Gym.
Hiram Johnson ys Luis Moreno,-
John Hall vs Ml chael Hay Haywood,
wood, Haywood, Rainbow City.
Maurice Shof greenf vs Lionel
Fergus, Rainbow CityN ;. :
James Ottley vs Harold Smith.
, Albert Loneyv T. Lauire.
, Girls Flfeht,.
Elma Stewart vs Norma
Brown Paralso Gym. ' 1 y.
26 modern "Santa ships uniting the
Americas with fast and frequent
'. WEEKLY SERVICE FROM NEW YORK
TO WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA ... .Due Cristobal, C. Z, July 21,
S.S. "SANTA ISABEL" ......Due Cristobal, C. Z, Aug. 1
WEEKLY SERVICE FROM THE
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA LUISA" .......Sails Cristobal, C. July 24
; S.S. "SANTA CECILU" ....Sails Cristobal. C. Z, July 31
FROM U.S. PACIFIC 4 WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA ANO CRISTOBAL, C. 2.
1 Mrs. Halllgan $13.80. 5.60.'
2 Lyrical $4.20. J
. Second Double: $253.60
N SEVENTH RACE
1 Ika $13, 7.20. -i
2 Chepanita $4.80. 1
'i :., Qulnlelar $39.
1 Don Cuto $14.80, 5.60.
2 Kensington $6.
One-Two: $79.66 :
' -NINTH RACE
1 Charlie McCarthy $7.40, 4.40
2- i-Melendez $3.80.
Fif$I Plco ?lfc!.i'
NEW YORK, July 23 (UP)
The Toronto Maple Leafs zoom zoomed
ed zoomed to a 3 game lead in the In
ternational League today on the
wings of a six-game winning
streak most of it at the expense
of the fast-fading MontreaJ
Royals... ... ...(,..v, v
The Leafs swept I a Sunday
twin un irom the Royals, 5-2 in
12 innings and 5-1 in seven; to
make live staright wins- in
three days over Montreal The
Royals, early-season leaders,
dropped all the way to fourth
Lynn Lovenguth won out over
soutnpaw Fred Kipp in the
opener In a duel of the league's
top winning pitchers on A. Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's three-run homer In. the
12th Inning. Lefty Ken Johnson
scattered,, five hits' to. win the
nightcap with the help of a two-
run nomer oy Lew Morton.
The second-place Rochester
1 Red Wings fell back as they lost
1 both ends of a Sunday twin bill
ijto Buffalo, 9-2, in the opener
l as Larry Donovan scattered 11
jjhitsand 7-6 in the seven-inning irrrrrrrirrrre j
S.S. "SANTA ANITA"
S.S. "SANTA CRUZ"
. .Due Balboa, C. TL,' July 28
.Due Balboa, C Z Aug. 13
FROM CRISTOBAL AND BALBOA, C. Z. TO THE
WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA fc U. S. PACIFIC
S S. "SANTA ANITA"
BALBOA ONL? .
. .Sails Cristobal. C. 2V Aug. 8
PANAMA AGENCIES CO
CRISTOBAL: 2131 2135 r AN AM A: 2-0536 6557
. BALBOA: 1507 2159
jrcdlis Sae Rosg!
OUT OF DOORS with
Tin; P AX A MA AMERICAN AN IXTFPEXBEXT CA!LT NEWSPAPER
HARRY GRAYSON :
NEW YORK (NEA)-There arei
k-omnetent obsrvers who believe
that the old pros who are the
(Dodgers will win one more pen-
biant. hut .this, could be the last)
fun for th elder members of the J
The' agirfg brooks could fall flat.
n their faces, too. as they have'
(clearly demonstrated this season-;
(against the Braves ana tieas. u
It easily coum turn oui mat me ,.,
(nnmuirita T-unninff the HrOOK Vn
franchise made the fatal mistake Roy Campanella. "WhUey Ford
mi leiune a ciu muw -umvut
Nhcm. You can bet that had
branch Rickey remained in Flat-
fbush, more than one of the veter
ans would be playing out me siring
elsewhere. Mahatma would have
nut them on the market at a stage
where, -he ould et something for
them. --'.v : -. :
The. older Suoerbas have been
together longer than they care to!
remember, They ve piayea a ioi tu
hard baseball, which is shown by
Jtheir record. Pee Wee Reese ana
Jackie Robinson are 37, Koy cam campanella
panella campanella and Carl Furillo 84, if
Hodges. 32. v : ; ...
Most ballplayers start to tail off
at 32. Thev lose that step. Their
reflexes in the field aren't quite as
Usually1, the. good, hitter conti continue
nue continue to whack the ball as long as
u; hnM Ait httt vnu'ri nnvpr
iknow that by looking at the Dodg Dodg-W'
W' Dodg-W' averaees Camoanella. .2ia:
Hodees. ;238: Reese, 245: Robin
son, .268, ,'-.
TH I DODGERS BEING cuffed
by the guys most likely to beat
them this season is additional evi evidence
dence evidence that Campanella, as this de-
rvartmentvha known all along. IS
theif indispensable man. A lot of
Hoiks believed Duke Snider was,
but the slugging outfielder, wno
has t jen off this trip, too doesn t
nurse the pitchers. The Propks
record coincides, with- the .burly
backstop's alternate good and bad
years. .. ., '.i.e.,,
mere are .scnooiea Daseunu mcu
who suspect that Campanella may
be. as washed ubfas, ,Bp iad
Charles, but thei.jaiJ.te sum.
thins in when he underwent
an nnArstinn' fo'rt tll,removaL of al
! Z" "r..t- ttlJ i iinit .. Mil5 1
ift. honri Nnis h suffers nam
I gripping .bat because, ot.a ,$one
spur in the joint of the right
I The productive : Brooklyn chain
has had a serious shortage oi
catchers. Now, Walter O'Malley,
Buzzy Bavasi, Fresco Thomspon a
Co. believe ( they,, have ; one in
Johnny Roseboro, a left-hand bat batter
ter batter with Montreal. The trouble, is
that young Roseboro may be a
year or two away.
PAUL kRICHELl. TALKS to his
boy, Whitey Ford, before each
start at Yankee Stadium.
"Remember what I told you a a-bout
bout a-bout big game, thf venerable
chief of Bomber jcouts reminds
the left-hander. "The white shirts
.MELBOURNE BOUND These Star class sailboats race in Olympic Trials on Wilmate Harbor, III., but their skippers" mind v,
. an- far away. The -.winners in this 'and other classes thruujihotlt the nation wilt represent the United States in the Olympic Games; f
By JIMMY BRESL1N,
In center field, the tenseness of the; new YORK (NEA) When you
other guys." a .. ,-. l put 18 kids of Little League age
-Ford turned lna masterpiece, !nn tiPA. vou eet some stranae
edfine Billy Pierce and. the White vertinni nf hasehall.. which, is one
ook, i-i,. w.uu,B.niiec-uuua reason wny" aauns gei a Dig kick
iore oi.oji, me laigcsi .nuwu 0Ut 0j v.'aicning a game, juucu oi
the campaign in either league.' Up charm of Little League come
'-ine Digger.ine game ineea- wne tmn9 like this happe
ef-it is to win;"-says Krichell, the. nuwavne Halvorson. 12, struck
old catcher. who has -found key out 18 batters, the limit, as his Na
xanKees aown mrougn ine year.itionir Guar(1 yankees won a gama
I've demonstrated tms in worm frnm fh(, i.e. 40. and. 8 team at
Serise with Marius Russo, Hank
Borowy, Bill Bevens. Ford and
other pitchers. When the other side
is pressing, and' he has the big
crowd and white-shirt, background,
all a pitcherhas to do is be nat natural
ural natural -Eet a mece of the 6late with
Tiis. fast -and breakings ball.' He's
crazy trying to pitch to spots ana
weaknesses. That only gets him
behind the hitter.". i
- Come to think of it, that's all an
accomplished pitcher has to,do on
any occasion but, with true Yan Yankee
kee Yankee thoroughness,' Paul Krichell
sees to it that his boys have the
mrin idea before they make
.mistake. v -' -vv.-t"--
MILLIONS OF 'EM But"
they aren't balls that Manuel
de la Torre rakes off the green
at the Merrill Hills Golf Club.
Waukesha, during the 'third
round of the Wisconon Open.
They are- hail stones, i
f" -y ;-Tffaii win.
P,i ainerd.' Min.
jThis. sounds like 1 perfect game
cor 'a -Shutout at east, wen.' 11
was a trifle different. Halvorson s
team won 'the game, all right. But
by a 17-8 score. Seems Duwayne s
teammates had trouble, nananng
ground balls, and they made nine
errors. Coupled with three hits
and five walks, the Legion team
scored plenty of runs r between
'Then yoi hava the common oc occurence
curence occurence of no umpire showing up.
It happened in a game at Santa
Cruz, Calif., so Fred B 0 e h m e,
manager of the Optimist Indians,
went through the spectator ranks
trying to find a substitute.
He found most adults sitting
quite, comfortably on their hands
and making out as if ihe request
never was made. So Boehme w?nt
out and umpired the game him himself.
self. himself. His team lost, of course.
In the same section, Gary Sict Sict-tcn,
tcn, Sict-tcn, who lays with; thi Athletics
of the Capitola, Calif., 16 0 p, can
become one large package of trou troubledespite
bledespite troubledespite .his sizer-for any um umpire
pire umpire not auite ui to perfection on
his rules.' ";"
Gary walks around with a' rule
bookSin his pocket since losing a
minor argument with an umpire.
He whjPS, it out; with9ut,feesjta,tion1
tUO. V, S v-ft,-;- -.-"
SMALL .TALK: Joe Pette his
managed six! straight champions
in the Rockville Centre, N. Y
league which vis pat I for the
course..-. But Pette, an old semi semi-pro
pro semi-pro and minor leaguer,: takes no
chances on his own managerial
skills.: ; Oh each of his winners,
he bad at ieast one of his 4hree
sons on the field,., -this year,
Harry, and Dick Pette are in the
lineup; to help keejr pop's string
alive. ; .rv,'-',
Kids -who were assigned Id the
Crackers 6f 'Atlanta's "Glenwood
Park. L.L. at the start ot the se
in took one look at their man
aser and then hustled back to the
player-agent, asking tor iransiers.
it the otner wav annum -now,
as Mr, Perry Rogers, a pert
blond; pulls .the strings for the
team she manages.. ... Kids around
the league, now are scheming to
et on the club next season.
Mrs. Rogers oooKKecper
from seven in the morning until
four in the afternoon. Through
with work, she heads home out
nnt for cookine or cleaning chores.
Instead, she dons blue jeans
where her Crackers including son
Butch, 11 get into action. .
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11 A t
V TURNED OUT-iTulyar gets his first feel of Claiborne Farm, Pans, Ky. The young Irish stal stal-'
' stal-' lion was purchased by an American syndicate for $750,000. The son of Tehran-Neocracy, which.
. served one season in Eire, won the English Derby and sixother starts as a three-year-old, was
i. considered the best-horse on the other, side. r; v'.' 5 .1 i-
r.i ...-;,.;' i-4 i.-i 'W .l-.1 .- t, :.
Mrs. ftoaars' team plays ortho
dox baseball, except for one twist
....The -borne run niuer geis a
kiss instead of, a, handshake from
the manager., )
Nate Wallach or the Cleveland
Indians' 1 front office passes word
ainnir that the Tribe's L 1 1 1 1 e
League Day", will be held af Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Stadium, Aug. 19... Little
Leaguers from; Ohio and Western
Fcnnsylvama. will oe. on nana ior
CENTRAL AVE. 8-28
NUMBER'S Ur -Bert Rech.
lehar of the Baltimore Colts
wears the jersey with- a shoul shoulder
der shoulder number that will more eas eas-riy
riy eas-riy identify National Football
'. t. ,J,
By WALTER BURKEMO ;
' WriMtn for NEA Service
....... ... ,. s ... ... ... ,:
One of the chief faults of the av
erage golfer is poor timing. K
He becomes frustrated and
tends to Jift the ball, rather' than
hitting down, and through it
When you lose your tuning the
stroke is usually abrupt and dis disastrous.
astrous. disastrous. ,- I
Golf is a game of smoothness.
When the timing is disrupted, so
is the rhythm. -.
When they play badly, top golf
ers Una tnat tncy nave siumpea
because of an uneven tempo. With
a chance to win a tournament, I
have accelerated .my swing too
much, hit .some poor, shots, and
frittered, away an opporunity ior
Always try to feel where that
clubhead, is. Never swing so fast
that vou don't know the location
of the clubhead. ,
Golfers re inclined to create
problems. The ball is on the
ground, waiting for the player to
hit it, The player" can wait as long
as he desires, use any club. It
does seem odd- that this seeming
ly-perfect setup frequently causes
a player to become too deliberate
and doubtful; He develops a men mental
tal mental block and' tension,- which de destroy
stroy destroy his confidence and ability to
execute the shot.
j No one should rush into 'golf. A
plan should be worked out.
.NEXT: Ed Dudley paints out
hSat frit ra art two grip the em
on the club and the em the player
has en hlmitlf.
Hitting a Buck Can
- Many Bucks
By WARREN PAGE
, Shooting Editor
.The newspapers recently carried
a tale of an outraged motorist
who sued the state of New York
much as-200 yards, so that flit
deer you're actually watching in
your headlight beam, as safely. I
cross can be followed at any in instant
stant instant by one that pops out of no nowhere
where nowhere directly into your path.
You super-bright headlights just
make matters worse, confuting
for damages to his family ,c a r the animals until-they freeieand
when he ran into a deer on the few wild animals have
highway. He argued that the deer,tion of the speed at which a Vto.'
as a game animal-was state pro- horsepower sedan trundles do wn wn-perty
perty wn-perty and so should be fenced off the concrete. If you see one ani,'
the highway by the state. "No mal, slow instantly, watch r for
sale," said the Judge. The motor-.more because they'll h nm..
ist ran into that deer at ljis own 'where in the; neighborhood,
r : v 5,; v -. -wiie ramuy. And dont blast ybujr
So do you. and in many areas 1 5rnZl.h.l "L-.fi
"EA StrviC -'V.,
there was a whole squad of mule
deer crossing the road; and two
of them, froze in the headlights.
We stppped, using up 10,000 miles
of tire rubber u the process, so a
couple of deer ; and a shiny new
pickup were saved. ;
I've never, seen auto ,- kill fig
ures on Colorado or other western
states, but they .may run e v en
higher than those of New York,
where the estimate is that be
tween 2,000 and 2,500 deer car
embroilments occur each. year.
in 1955, .speeding gaa ouggies
v.. By BEANS READON
24 Years m National Ltague
Written for NBA Strvlce n
QUESTION:' What happens when',
a line drive hits base umnire
amarked down 98 whitetail on the LoU Palermo.
Thruway alone. The number of hii-t Answer: If Jt hits the wmplrr
mans lulled was unspecified but Tair itrmory otrort rtuening
an mfitlder, the batter is anti
tltd tt first bait; If It hits' the v'i'
umpire after having passed any"'",
fitldtr ether than- the pHcher er
having touched any player, the -i
ball Js in play.J ;
f 't if f
Q. With none out and runners ,;"
nital bill vou mav be in for a fat on first and second bases, the in-s
fee at the local garage, any where field fly rule is called on the bat-; .v
from tSO to $2,000 with the aver-.ter. The ball hits the runner on- -r.
age between $250 and $300. Expen- second, who is off the base. What
sive venison, which you don't set happens?-Paul Gregory. ;
anyway, since any.' carcasses mati. a. me saner ana tne man
wno wanatrea : w ttcena pas
are out and the ball Is dtad.
Q. With a left-hand batter up.
what they aay.- Deer 'habitually the catcher throat inan attempt
move to feed or to water; or for to pick a runner off first bas,,v
their own whtmsicalreasenM1 on! The thrown ball hits the batter'g v,
much the'same 1 lanesj1. regularly bati Can the runner 1 advance? ,rt
crossing highways in the same a- Phyllis K. Smithers. ,,, w
reas. 1 r 1 - A. Yts. The ball Is in play. If -,
And they-do not cross like in- In the Mgtmtnt of the umpire
telligent pedestrians. Often they I the batter did net intentionally .r
imtrttrt witn tne f c n r s
threw, v j .
people do get hurt in from one
to three per. cent .of the highway
encounters 'with deer, often be because
cause because the driver's frenzied effort
to avoid an animal (lips' his car
into the ditch. VVi.-'jVif
So runnine into a buck is no
fun. Even if you don't have a hos-
i i i. tt t. i 1' cii
may be salvaged go to charitable
Those deer crossing signs mean
come in a bunch, strung out be behind
hind behind a savvy old lead doe as
. ft ii no longer necn.arx to autter
from loi ot vigour nd manhooti,
wek mmory and hodv, nr-ounpeit,
Impuro blood, alrkly kln, dprsion,
and poor alecp, becsune an American
Poctor discovered a quick, easy
wy to end these troubles.
Thli discovery la in pleaaant, ur-.
. to-Uke Ublct torm,. la absolutely
harmleaa, docs way With -land op op-oratlona.and
oratlona.and op-oratlona.and la brlnitinj new youth
and vigot'r to thouaanda. It work di directly
rectly directly on the tlnnda end nerves, nA
put new, rich blood and energy It
your veins. Tou tan aee and teel your your-aelf
aelf your-aelf Eettlnjf younrer. Your eye
pitrkliv you feel a.live and full of
youthful vlgbur ,nd power, ;
And tlii amaxiiie, "new aland and
vlour reniorer, called Vl-Taba, ha
been proved by thousunda and ia now
'diatributed by olieiniata here, Vi-Tab
make yoa teel full of vigour and
energy and years younger. A, apeclol
Dome oi 4 vi. Tbi costs little.
ttftrta MamhoeJ mh4 Vltmllif
OFFICIAL LIST OF. IHE NATIONAL. LOTTERY; OF BENEFICEIICE
'. - ' J 1 -PANAMA, REPUBLIC OH PANAMA ' t' i Vi
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Complete. Prizcwinninj Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1950,-Sunday, July 22, 1956 5,i i v ;',
.The whole ticket has 44 piece which comprisea the two seriM "A" tnd "B"
' Second Prize
,, Third Prize
6529 $-y 3.200 oq
2412 5 6. 600-00
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
' IM M
' f rhs-
. 1.12 M
, 132 M
I4VN 12 M
214 l 2H
! KZM I 374
112. f M4
I32.N I 341
- 132 N
' 132 H
' 132 M
t 132 M
' 132 M
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, 112 M
' 132 M
' 132 M
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4132 4404 4134 ., 44.M I 413S 444.(4 I 413S 44.M 4141 444 H 4143 444.M 4I 444 M 4141 444.04 4141 444.M
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52S .' 22.M 152S 22e.N 2S2S 22404 3.121 -,f X2t.H I 32 22.M SS2S e. 7S2t 22e.eS S52S tte.M I'M 224.H :
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. Approximations Derived From Third Prize. .v
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!24MSe 24S 8.ll4 '' 2407 8M4 2404 S8.ee 2411 S8JM 2414 S8.e 24lf S44
; 2404 ; WM 2404 '" 88.M 2448 SIM 241 S8.M 2411 i 88 M 2411, SS.N- 241T SS.M
Prize-wlnnlnj;. Numbers -of yesterday'a Lottery Drawing were sold at: Chlrlqul 1st; Colon 2cJ and Panama 3rd
The Nine Hundred whole tickets endins; in and not included hi the above list win F6rty-Four Dollars (S44.00) each.
. .' -The hole ticket has 44 pieces divided In two series "A" tt "B of 22 pieces each.
. ; ; gijtned by: ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the, Province of Panama Ced. 47-12155
. v yf' c;.V ';. Th.RepreenUtlv'oI the Treasury RICARDO A. MELENDEZ
WITNESSES : Diorial Edgar de Icaza, Ced.' No,'47-34312
; ; i. Fred .Stiff; Ced. No.' 172 COPA;C V
JOSE OUILLERMO BATA1XA
Notary Public, Panama.
ACDA DE TUMINELLI
- K,inTC. Th wlnnini Ucktta with th iast'eipher and with th two last
cipher tppiy only loth first Prlz. , ..
Hi First Priz and lh 2nd and 3rd Prizes are drwrf spsraliy. Th ap.
proxlnutlona art calculated on Hit First. Second and Third Prizes! in cast
a t.cket should carry lh numbers of aacb prlza, tts holder is entitled, tt
. diaim payment' lor each.' i ; ,: -iii-iiV. a .,,
DRAWi& OF THE) 3 W$$$r
-...Sunday, July 2l,i$Wxlvyrl,
.; .'' Drawin Number 651 ;';:.;-'. i trl--
? 'j Vi'f' V.'. 'Fractionv!'' Ticket.'
40 ; $11.00 $220.60
12 2.00 40.66
First Prize H
The prize will h paid la arnrdanc with th Official List af Panama la
Ihe offlis af lh Nalttnal Beneficent Lsitery (haaled am Central Avenue.
' Plan of Ordinary Drawlns; Ne. 1951 which will take
'.V."r-. v plaee Juy 29, 1951 ,-.::.:
Divided In two rl u 21 tractiuii each denominated "A' and "B"
' M first Prize. Series A and M. a
1 Second Prize, Rene A and B, of
' 1 Third Priz. Series A and of
IS Approximations, Series A and B. of
. 4 Prizes, Series A and B. at .
90 Prize.' Series A and 8. of
. SOS Prize. Series A and f .
$22.(NMl.Otltl each erie
4.40A IW aacA aerie
1.300 00 each series t
220 00 each series -1.1OO
O0 each senies
44.04 each aeries
22 OS each eerles
IS Approxlmatfon. Series A and B. of S SS.00 each series
' t Prize.- Series A and B, of 1 10 00 eacb series
. ; TIIIBD PKIZS
lSApproxImattona, Series A and B ot 44 09 each series
Prize. Series A and B. oi M M each erie
. 13.200 00
4.400 00 :
- 11 II 00
I 1,0 Uti
S 1.5"4 an
1074 Prize '
Price of a whole ticket
-. 1 V, TOTAL $!4.T32 00
Price of a forty-fourth part .. .53
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Unofficial Upstart Gringo Sees Ike
Prevaricating Press Card
By MAMIE BUCKLEY CHISOLM
No people on earth are more po polite
lite polite thao the Panamanian people
unless it is the Panamanian police.,
pec'procating their sympathetic at attitude
titude attitude toward my absolute absence
of any knowledge of their national
language and even less of their
street systems has invaribly im impelled
pelled impelled me into the most improb
able but invigorating 'lnieriuues uu
the isthmus.. V I
F-n thu waiter at the restaur
ant where I wrote this was polite
three blocks away I determined to! his reply and turned to the police-
walk over and join in the celebra
lion and wave to my President.
But a block away I met one of my
ever, polite policemen so I asked
it Ike had already passed and
since it would have been impolite
for me to leave without a satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory mutual, reply I waited as he
detained monolingual after Span-
man who walked up with a plea
to heiD me get back to my car park
ed at the newspaper plant. At the
mention of even this presumptive
connection with the press, the man
behind the gate did a double-take
and started getting helpful by ask
ing if I'd met any of the Ameri
can press. Just the thought of such
isb-peaking people in the hope of an absurdity almost sent me into
helping me. 1 I hysterics and the imminence of
somewhere along the way l must; me resident s arrival to meet
LONDON-, July 23 (UP)-JSo-viet
diplomats are angling for
an invitation to Washington for
Soviet Premier Nikolai A. Bui
ganiri and Communist party
Chief Nikita S. Khrushchev
western diplomats said today.
They said the Soviets have
been dropping strong hints at
inddn't nUch me out when I have mentioned the word ."news-, those-inside didn't exacUy. calm fci .plions to tae effec
ana uian i uuiu .... i :. k.U. j. ti ...... . .,:.. that hnth Kremlin leaders, want
.Read story cn pago
air n'mrfrnmnr .wn i
, Ail l.wCrLiWDtl M IV
Let the people know the truth and the country is tafe"
PANAMA, R. P, MONDAY, JULY 23, 1956
asked directions to the -telephone paper" to, explain why I was in the! me down. It was a
and remarked in the general di-jcity. Things happened, so fast af- join thos by the gn
recl'cn of all and sundry, "o one,ier mimi awn i Knew wnai wag
will ever hanuenins or eraso its significance
believe what has happened to me until he had hailed a car marked
this morning." With that special "Prensa" fresh from the Presiden-
Pansmanian smile ne aSSUTea nie.cia nuu uau me Mieijr maiuo wuu
lis inree sitfiueu inu uuutuiue ui ui-cupants.
cupants. ui-cupants. --XJ -' ': :
Feeling. some explanation was ne.
cessary as we roared away from
my car I showed them my inex.
haustible collection of cards neces
sary to live comfortably away from
tht i wis not to worry it i w
without money, he'd handle the
' nickel for the call for me and im.
-ntiaH lunrh -a WP.U.
But money was not my prob-j
Um- On the President Amador fer-
m i hail 9rrhH under all the
- .car-nf the car for readable ma-ithe United States. Included was the
tenal only to find nothing as usual.
I had also discovered to my hor-.
ror that my map of Panama uty
' was not in the car either but con-
grave even as an
lmposter as through, the gate on
uie lar siae lay a ianunar street,
and I must admit, too, that by now
I was dying to see the elusive Ike.
I thought better of this inclination
as I did not want to literally die
. : ll. i
iu jet unu uie ucuieiery.
tinued my journey confident that
T rnuld find mv well-known way to
tha nffiMc nf th twa Enslish-lan- dress
guage Panamanian newspapers t My efforts to explain that! was
leave the copy on the latest lunch-! not of the press, just a publicity
The decision was not left to me
as a cab appeared out of nowhere
and there was nothing to do but
take it to indicate good faith. And
it was in it I saw my first flustered
outdated oress card which stood1 policeman in Panama City if
out prominently as it is so aptly I don't count the one on Central Ave-
printed in red ink. One of the men, nue the time I signalled left turn
like his newsnaoer. La Nacion. was where all lanes are to the neht.
bilingual and asked why Lhad no This one was jumping up and down
special press card pinned to my, and waving frantically for us to
eon of the local club of which I
get off the street. The driver had
the presence of mind to turn off
by a little park as I reflected, that
chairman, at best, a would-he writ-! here 1 go again with Ike coming
er. tended' to put me into deeper, where I. have been.
water instead of my istended pur purpose
pose purpose of refuting a lie. The drive.
asked if T spoke any Spanish and
am Dublicitv chairman.
As usual. I had become hope
lessly lost, but this time it
was the fault of the Panamanian
Police, the President of the United
States and an expired press card.
Mv mnra-than-nsual-reluctant hus.1
'band had absolutely refused to go of them spoke nothing else seem-
Then through the opening of the
park I saw the big car tearing jn
when I answered in the negative the direction of the frantic pouce-
the three had a big discussion in man and I had the sense to tell
that language. The fact that tw we driver to "&iopr Ana mere
i'ed irrelevant at the time.
Being excluded from the conver conversation
sation conversation unless by -inference gave
me a moment to reflect on the
with me to the city for about 20
, presidential reasons and 2000 (ac
cording O MS eSUIliaix.1 liuulc icr
! enhi! Tf tia kal BAIM With IT1 it IS
unlikely that anything out of the impending international incident my.
ordinary would nave nappeneo, out
, if it had, at least his press card
4 would have been up to date be-
. cause he remembered to send in
his dues to the NaUonal Writers
rhih on time.
Because of scaffolding and the
proximity of parked cars it was to
difficult to turn off Avenida A to
the right when I reached the right
place, so I decided to circle Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral Plaza and hitthe narrow "u "u-na
na "u-na via" street head on. But I reck reckoned
oned reckoned without the policeman half
wav around who indicated that I
could not proceed to the left but
must go toward the tnumo oi ra ra-nami
nami ra-nami City and immediately I was,
for me. on uncharted territory.
There wasn't much chance of going
up a one-way street backwards -a
. feat I excel in as there was a
policeman at every turn of the
wheel tn tell me Where to 20.
Suddenly, I was halted at an In
tersection and surrounded by more
polite policemen that I had ever
seen assembled in one spot even in
' this city. Apparently, I baa a ring,
ida seat for the exit of Presi-
- dent Eisenhower and the presiden.
tial entourage from the Presiden Presiden-cia
cia Presiden-cia en route to place a wreath on
the grave of the late President ite
This was too good to be; true
and what the heck, if my ladies'
names didn't make a deadline
when I could see a headline being
written, so I cut off my motor to
the chagrin of some behind me
who wanted, to go elsewhere. I'd
still be there but one of those hap
pened to be an official ear of the
. Guardia Nacional so the police police-,
, police-, men untied the traffic which pro
ceeded through cheering crowds a
.lnnif the narrow street. ; .. 1
-The cheering was contagious
they even cheered the sucicer on
my American Army car and' I
would have stopped and joined
them but it would have been ut ut-1
1 ut-1 terly rude to disappoint the direct
ing policemen wno nnaiiy manag managed
ed managed to Toute me to my original
destination with '. my by-now-un-newsworthy
, And now for my unlikely story
which I shouldn t write before the
- one about the way the' police have
been so unusually understanding of
my plights in Panama City even
with an almost insurmountable lan.;
. guage barrier since most of them
speak little English, very little Ja Japanese,
panese, Japanese, and almost no Pig-Latin:
Since my car was parked in a
inadverdantly. posing as the press
had instigated land to note an un unfa
fa unfa miliarity with the surroundings
which I finally decided was be
cause they were going by in the
intended order and not backwards.
Then, the surroundings stood still
but the" motor Was left running as
the driver departed for parts .ww
known and my apprehension- mount
ed ft horror. I felt that name in
troductions might help this impos
sible situation and explained that
my first one was the same as the
President's wife only to fear that
this impersonation might be sug.
eested. My host was none other
than Ramon Jimenez on his way
to El Panama fori an interview
with th Presidents of Argentina
. The driver returned and we pro
ceeded at breakneck speed with
pedestrians giving the car the right
of way I had always considered in.
duditably theirs. My first recogniz recognizable
able recognizable sight was the-Panama Ameri American
can American and J knew I was near the
Canal feone but my car was not
and I could 'not very well go home
without it. About the time l realiz
ed the other woman in the. car
had no tag on either, we entered
the patio of a restaurant where
she was delightedly greeted by
.luncheon companions and left me
alone with the two men...
Less than a block away" Tit the
entrance to the Amador Cemetery
it was Indicated that this was my
destination and no dissenting ar
guments, please. Faced with the at
ternative tf the imprpbability of
walking from here to my car a
few unknown miles away or the
impossibility of staying in their car
and having to walk from u n n-nams,
nams, n-nams, I knew the former was im im-nprntive.
nprntive. im-nprntive. :," c" '?'"(.'
The knot of people and police
men were polite but couldn t speaK
anything but Spanish. (I must
check into the law of averages
alter all, this was .only a block
from the Canal zone-wnere were
all 'the Americans?) I realized
even in mv eiddv state that this
must be THE cemetery and fear,
ing a fusilade of shots from pow powers
ers powers even higher than the Panama.,
nian Police I crossed over to the
closed sates behind which stooi
an Ail-American Tvoe. Faltermely,
I-asked "Do you speak English?"
and he answered in typical a-
merican fashion. !'No, I don't speak
In my anguisn I at nrsi am noi
safe lot and the line of parade only grasp the real significance of
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ROBERT TAYLOR STEWART GRANGER
through the rear window of a cab
I had a superb view of a pink pink-cheeked
cheeked pink-cheeked President, standing tall,
and waving and flashing that world world-famous
famous world-famous Ike smile that had me, a
grown woman, and Rogelio Clade Clade-rore,
rore, Clade-rore, the cabdriver, on our knees
both delightedly clapping our hands
in accompaniment to the cheering
Then I had the grand tour of the
city through its myriads of mazes
which miraculously led to my car.
I was pleased' that the fare of my
firtt cab ride in the city was a sur.
prising 50 cents instead of the $5
it was worth to me and the amount
of gas and wear and tear used by
the vehicle. For this price I even
goth the name of the driver so I
have proof that at least one Eng
lish-speaking American saw ; the
President of the, United States on
his visit to Panama.- v
The rest Is anti-climax for me
and I feared for Ike. As I came out
of the Panama American where I
had left my other club news copy,
the paper boys were running to
beat a tropical storm with the
Spanish edition whose headline
"Bienvenida Ike" joined them, in
their shouts. Not to be outdone I
drove to the restaurant near the
cemetery with the thought of walk walking
ing walking over. But the bottom fell out
of the sky and I'd still be in the
car if a customer hadn't come to
help me inside with his umbrella.
Feeling like the drenched coun
terpart of the duck I ordered for
lunch I wrote these words in m
notebook for my husband to real
as he'd be too excited to let me ex
that both Kremlin leaders want
to cap off their recent forays
into the western world and their
receptions for western leaders
in Moscow with a trip to the
In turn, they-want the man
who Is elected President of the
United States in November to
visit Russia next year. r
The western sources said
Soviet diplomats have been
dwelling on their, desire for
man-to-man talks between So Soviet
viet Soviet chiefs and the American
The Soviet trial balloons hint
that if this did not pan out, the
Kremlin .would like a new
summit'' meeting In the sprino
The Moscow leaders are not
put off my previous rebuffs
Following the, new "thorn"
line, me Russians are deter
minde to go on trying in the
expectation that passaged time
will make a, path for a new
meeung or the world leaders.
iney seem to think Kir An.
inony Eden might help bridge
the gulf between. .. the IJhited
oiates ana the Soviet Union,
ine British Prime Minister
will go, to, Russia next Mav to
remm ine oinci&i visit to Brit Britain
ain Britain last April of Bulganin and
KhnubchtT.':.v; ,. ;m ..-
Out of ithls, according to the
Soviet hints, a new series of top
vT voiRa may emerge.
Hocked World, Let
Lcose Cosmic Rays
! LONDON. Julv 23 CTTP "H.
sun ."exloded" with the force of
juu muuon nyorogen bombs last
February, the Royal Observatory
The "explosion" released big
concentrations of cosmi w
which affected radio links in many
ui uie wona. a also touched
off a submarine scare in the Arc Arctic
tic Arctic when the' British sub Acheron
was feared lost But it later turn turned
ed turned out that the Acheron's radio!
signal couia not be heard hepane
of the blackout.
Thomas Gold, chief assistant to
Vie astronomer royal said the re reports
ports reports had given new information a-
oout me composition of rdacb he.
Russia Admits Lagging Behind Americc
In Race To Harness Atom Por Trahsooi'
Latin Girls Smouldering
At Miss Universe Awards
plain this unlikely episode as ar''w"niit,he su.n.an.o the erth.
excuse for such a belated return.;
Besides he's probably frantic in hi:
popular belief t"it I am langhisl'
ing In the Pana i City Carcel Mo'
delo ; jail to ail gringoes,
..(Author's Note:) Before Koine
home J went to the now quiet ce cemetery
metery cemetery and learned that the cere ceremony
mony ceremony was concluded before the
"shower." The remaining .stragg
lers recognized me immediately
and did their utmost to understand
my wild explanations. It was on
the President Roosevelt ferry on
the way home that I encountered
my first person who listened ever
so politely until my exhiliration
evidently transported me and the
car into outer space. s
I'm drooping this notebook down
in the hope that gravity-will car.
ry it back to earth and this sto
ry will be Printed so my husband
can quit worrying about my where
abouts. So far up here I have met
no one that speaks even Spanish
but before I try to set back to the
planet where the car landed, I
want to get a closer look at the
man in the moon. It seems a shame
to be so close and not take advant
age of thu once in. a lifetime op
On Ccnimy Charges
BOGOTA, Colombia, July 2S Ll
tur) a Protestant group here
reported yesterday that two elder elderly
ly elderly American women missionaries
have been arrested in Quinchia on
suspicion of Communist, activi
The Evangelical Federation iden-.
titled the prisoners as Miss Ida
Danielson. 82, of Hendricks, Minn.,
ana miss tioromy tiagerman, (age
unknown) of Three Rivers, Mich.
The Federation said the latest
information available, to it indi indicates
cates indicates the two women are being
held on charge of "possessing
Protestant literature," No. official
announcement or. the case was is issued
sued issued immediately. :
Both women are members of the
Gospel Missionary Union. Miss
Hagerman has been, a missionary
in Colombia for more than 30
vesrs. and Mist Danielson far lint
' i i l
auom as wiig.
He also said that never hpFnr
nao such cosmic rsy acitivity been
reroraea oni ne. earth. : s
Asked i if it could mean a pre
lude to a real explosion on the sun
Gold said, "No. Great though th's
was. the sun metaphorically speak,
ing, did not blink an eyelid'
GOP Convent ion ;
Schedule To Remain
On 4-Day Program I
WASHINGTON, July 23 (UP) J
Republican National Chairman Leo
nard -W. Hall said yesterday the
GOP will not cut its convention to
three days. -,
Ati mK. Tltilu f.7i"w the Latin Americans' among
Hegndded thi r tt ,tVmli- lh-15 semi-finalisU- there was
roCntfnn LZiinJl f3n .i?1 mple material for the final five,
convention proceedings will allow v; Ar.,ii. mi. Movi-n
h. rhTI "Liand Miss Pu all were well qua-
LONG BEACH. Calif.: Julv 23
tvn a ran-American Dai tie
of the beauties raged here yester
day. Several tempestuous latin
lovelies complained they got t n e
Drusn olf from "Miss Universe
contest judges in favor of Norih
American and European types.
L Tne winner, of the 1S5S Miss U-
niverse title, which was awarded
Satuday, was Miss United Siaies,
Laroi Morns, shapely 20-year-old
daughter oi an uttumwa. la., mm
ister. She fainted at hearing the
news, but came to in time to re receive
ceive receive her scepter, crown and saUu
' Most pf the other contaststan
acted liKt good-ibMri oy nug&itig
and kistinu Mitt Morris. Bur tn
dark-eyed beauties from south of
tne boiotr smouldered.
if many, they tiarea into open re
volt at oeing eliminated trum the
semi-imSls, leaving nut one iiun
American in tne tmal juagmg.
Jthe Latin gins said tney nau no
thong persoual against Miss juor-
ris, a uraite university swimming
champion. It was just the prmci-
paie ox we wing, uiey said, poini-
uig out Utut noi one ouui r.ut;ii-
can bad won ine tule in the iive-
year- history of the contest.
The Latin-American oeauues re
belled against participating in a
swimming party Saturday morn
ine after they were toid to wear
official beauty contest bathing
suits. They said tuey wameu to
wear their own suits.
Many of Ue Latin girls stayed in
their hotel rooms, aiung wiui anas
trance and Miss Germany.
For a time tney lavoted going
home Saturday, and boycotting tne
coronation Dan, out tuen tne De Decided
cided Decided it would be bad sportsman-
Ti cannot feature the finalists,"
Miss "Cnue said. "Miss Germany
second is top heavy. Miss Swe
den and could not recite oc
speak in puolic. And the beauty of
some of me others well, you cau
ludee lor yourself."
, ftuss Morris, a Drake Universi University
ty University swimming champion, was the
lirst to agree with the complain
"I aidn r deserve it," sne aia.
"It's too much. When I came
here I didn't even think I stood
chance of winning the Miss
U.S.A. title, let stone the- Miss
Universe title. I was in the Miss
America contest a c u p 1 1 of
years age and the best I could
do was 13th place."
Miss Morris has dark brown
hair, blue eyes, a fair complexion
and is five feet, seven inches tan.
She weighs 129 pounds. Her mea
surements are 3t-i5-36.
She was the second American
girl to win the title in the last
three years. That is what raised
the ire of the Latin Americans.
"We all are tremendously disap
pointed, said. M aria taruosa,
idiss Brazil. I am certain that a-
by more than one-half
used in Chicago in 1952.
Hull said his decision to stick
to a four-day meeting was basel
on "the consensus of opinion" of
GOP leaders. .,. ,. v...
In the streamlining process, Hal
said after the first day the con-!
vention wiu meet only once a day.
On the opening day. Monday. Aug.
20, (he Republicans will have two
sessions, one starting at Uv a.m.
and the other around 3 p.m. and
end at about 7 p.m.
Too GOP speakers wilf include
former President Herbert Hoover.
and former New York Governor
and two-time presidential aspirant
Thomas Dewey. Gov. Arthur B
Langlie of Washington will be the
keynote speaker.: i . .;.
Rep. Charles A., Halleck find.)
will nominate president Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower fcr a second tertn. Senate Re
publican Leader William F. Know-
land (Calif.) will serve as tempo
rary convention chairman and
Hoii?e Republican Leader Joseph
W Martin Jr. will be permanent
Nursery Nudes I
LONDON, July 23 (UP) -Co.
lored pictures of semi-nude pin pinups
ups pinups are being sold in packets of
bubble gum to school children in
Ashton-Under Lyne, Lancashire,
It was reported today.
Med to get into this group. It
didn't matter to me whether I got
in or not." ; ;
The mother of Marcia Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, Miss Cuba, was much more
angry over the outcome.
"I think this is bad for the
Mist Universe pageant," h
said. "I don't tee how we can
send any more candidates to this
contest.". . v--
Mrs. E. J. Craigo.'The Long
Beacn' husa-ss oi LiOnta baoogai,
Miss Peru, wept over the outcome.
"This is the most unfair thing
I've ever seen," she said sobbing.
Illustrator Albertp Varga, one of
the nine judges and himself of Pe Peruvian
ruvian Peruvian birth, denied the judges
had shirked their duty to the Lat Latin
in Latin girls. 'V: )-,' V "-. 'i
"It's one of the most thankless
jobs in the world' he said. "In
fairness to-my colleagues, I must
insist that they did a most care careful,
ful, careful, conscientious job in accord accordance
ance accordance with their instructions."
But some of the European en entrants
trants entrants sided with the Latin Amer Americans.
icans. Americans. Iris Waller. Miss England
end one of the semi-finalist, said
she thought it was "very odd that
all the Latin American girls were
"I thought Miss Brazil especial especial-lly
lly especial-lly deserved to be among the se selected
lected selected five semi-finalists," Miss
Miss Israel, Sara Til, who
earlier had refused te post for
a picture with Mist Ctrmany,
said she thought at least one
Latin American should have
been In the semi-finals.
The winner. Miss Morris, did not
enter- in the dispute. She was too
overcome by the- contest outcome.
Her mother and father, the Rev.
Laverne Morris, and his w i f e,
Gertrude, were on hand to give
her moral support. -
"It was wonderful having them
here," Miss Morris said. "I think
they brought me the luck I need
ed to win."
For placing' first in the 'contest
sponsored by Universal'- Interna International
tional International Studios, Miss Morris won a
three-month movie contract pay paying
ing paying $200 a week, a convertible au automobile
tomobile automobile and other prizes. .
. ' -- - :i -'
Miss Germany, Marina Orschel,
19, and Miss Sweden, I n g r i d
Goude, 19, also won film conn acts.
Miss Goude said she would accept
her contract, but Miss Orschel
said she would go home to Germa Germany
ny Germany to accept one of three movie
offers there. ,
The new Mist Universe received
her scepter, from Hillevi Rombin,
Miss Sweden,, who won the title
last year. The first American win winner
ner winner was Miriam Stevenson of
South Carolina, who -was crowned
in 1951 but spurned a movie offer.
Meanwhile Miss MorrisrSaid
the had ''mentally signed" a
film contract at Universal-International
Studios calling for $250
weekly for six months with an
tion after that period. She said
she would start in a small part
in "Crazy Love", starring Jeff
Two, other contestants Miss
Germany and Miss South Carolina
also have parts in the film.
The winner said she would go
home for about a week after fin finishing
ishing finishing work in the film and then
Miss Morris commented on her
finishing 13th m the 1954 Miss A A-merica
merica A-merica contest by saying. "After
all, in two years a girl matures
and learns many t h i n g s and
Officers Of Local
Union Will Confer
Wilh Gov. Poller
Officers of Local 800, GCEOC,
AFL-CIO are scheduled to con
fer with CZ Governor w. js.
Potter on July 31, it was an
nounced today. .
The administrative committee
of the union will meet tonight
in Cristobal to decide on mat matters
ters matters which will be discussed
with Governor oPtter- at the
The Pacific region of the lo
cal will conduct a meeting in
Gamboa on Friday at 7 p.m. in
the Santa Cruz Service Center.
Reports on legislation, meet
ings of the administrative com committee
mittee committee and merger accord of the
international union and the
American: Federation of State
County and Municipal Employes
will be given at the meeting.
NEW YORK, July 23 (UP)-Rus'-sia
admitted to Americans -today
that she is lagging behind in he
race to harness atomic-power for
transport. ? ; .
, Te Russians said they have npt
yet been able to put the atom to
work as a propelling force but are
building, a nuclear powered ice
breaker! that will need to be "re "refueled
fueled "refueled onb pnee every Jwo or three
ones that wilt far outstrip the t
S. and Great Britain in the fiel
th article said. ; '.v
But harnessing atomic energy
transport is another story, as
as the Russians are concern
Blokhintsev discussed Soviet
forts in this field without menti
ing U-S. progress. ; -- .
f He, took the same view as 1
mer.can auto manufacturers ab
ThpV mHp nn mnnfinn nf tVi
fact the U. S. has an. atom pow-tne possibility of atomic-powe
erea suomanne mat has traveled i
more than 50.000 miles without re
fueling and is building two more
nuclear subs i. t
The,-state of theSoviet Union's
atomic developments was-discussed
in "USSR," the uew Russian English-language,
propaganda maga magazine
zine magazine that will go on sale throughout
,L t, it .1.;. .. ..
"I shall have to disappoint thr
who hope that in the near futi
when starting out on an automol
ride or a long irip by air,; all tl
will need to do is to take alonr
small tablet of uranium for f
for the atomic motor," he writ,
"Soviet scientists and desigm
havo already worked out a numl
of marine atomic units to -ser
as a source of .motive power 1
ships," he said. trY,:-. u
C UUUUCUUUL I ...ww., m. "HI
me y.o. iius weeK. Amema, a uuv uangers una cog
U-S. government magazine, will be 'plications involved do not me
circulated in Russia at the satoe tnat there are no prospects for ii
time. .. s .-.(.,. ling atomic energy i in", transpo
: a rotai w zs.ooo copies of "USSR"i'OKnmisev added.
will be circulated, at 20 cents a
copy-, ; v
"USSR," filled with photographs'
and articles about life in'the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union,' includes several re references
ferences references to the U. S. and even
gives credit to America for
such technological advances as
wide-screen movies and highly
complicated nuclear discoveries.
The 64-oaee maeazihe. fillprf with
pleas for greater friendship and
cooperation betweeh Russia ns flnH
Americans, is notable for the com complete
plete complete absence, of glamor; cheese.
caKO and ads. fhe cover bears a
colored picture of Premier Nikolai
Bulganin and President Eisenhow.
GOP 5o!en Seeking
To Improve Aspect
Of McCcrrcn Act
NORTH HAVEN,; Conn., Jly
(UP) Sen. Prescott Bush (
er taken at the Geneva Big FounConn.) chairman of the Reptr
conference last year., ,;; can National Platform Commit
A phig for next month's maga
zine gives Marshal Georgi K. Khu Khu-kov
kov Khu-kov top billing and describes him
as "a war time hero and President
Dwight D. Eisenhower's companion-in-arms."
In a brief introduction to the first
issue of the magazine.: Bulsanin
said be was convinced that differ differences
ences differences in waya-of life and political
and social systems need not be an
obstacle to international friendship.
He said he hoped the two maga magazines
zines magazines would4 develop friendly rela relations
tions relations by eliminating ignorance and
In an article entitled "atoms
for Peace," an interview with
Prof. Dmitri Blokhintsev, direc director
tor director of the new joint nuclear re research,
search, research, the Russians boasted that
they have the world's first ate.
mic power, station. In the next
five years, they will build new
says he will seen a plank on l
proving the McCarran-Walter 1
gration Act. j
. Bush told a Republican gath
ing yesterday that he has hea
many,. "distressing stories of t
heartaches' and distress caused lj
the unfair restrictions" of the ai
He accused the Democratic-conti
led Congress of failing to elimina
the '"injustices created by ; thi;
grossly discriminatory law." v j
I know that President Eisenho
er is deeply concerned with tl
failure of this congress to act on h
recommendation for lmproveme
of our immigration laws," : Bu;
said. "As a party, we should e
press our determination to elimi
ate the injustices and discrimin
tions imposed by the McCarrai
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