The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01651

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Canal Employes' Checks

Cut. Pending DC Action
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t General of ices until after the appropria-
ruled that tons bill is passed, since the
the Ca Company House bill bars the continuance
and vnment are of such service free.
rrti n Accordingly, bills will be pro-
,lbr h nt rented for such service. aa
Searm- Zone health authorities an-
o wicu h Jares bounced Friday that hospital
passed hos o and medicalervice or. em-
si t this effect was yes will be build at rate
nsne accorded mploe depen-
eante r.t r8 dents. Thitn pro-
Wrom the Can.' cedure,. subect revocation or
th m modiianing upon
e n e ureathiereom- the nfiil ctlio ten by the
ploe p-- c se which an to
pady er fnn Co Pagral pn
b Ofteredd fet Monday. There ss
will be no a a a resultof
th WN the = of the Pry
Branch worked Thursday gt US IUUp
and wlcontinue on an over
t r basis over is weekend to V
p@re prompt deliveries of pay lull V e
'.'Ve'check& for the pay period
d July 5 wl be reduced by e For
3.& VW 4" et aftf O base pay to
,um atlmig. r thePttree The newly-formed United
J4E ro~d ~which States Citizens Association is
scalaopening ts membership drive In
c f periods subse. the Canal Zone next Wednes-
aqMO w to Jtly S will be reduced day, President Frances Long-
bsyi* 1r Emi u=til final ac- more has announced. This As-
St=I1064II C1. es on the sociation Is open for member-
Se 1 appro- ship to all US. citizen employes
i hAert funding of the Panama Canal Company
tretion th payv- and the Canal Zone Govern-
.MONA o--. u"Ir at a rate 'hlgh- meant.
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MOSCOW, July 11 (UP) The case against pu
secret police chief Lavrenti P. Beria is eari$ Cal
tion and he may go on trial soon for his life in thuran
court, diplomatic sources said today.
There is increasing belief that Beria has a iH
arrest for several weeks probably before he 'fil
show up for a gala opera premiere at the Bolshoi til
June 26.
It is noted also that for several weeks the s
papers have been saying no leader can stand above
Communist Party, and have stressed repeatedly the
lective character of the party and the government.
Berla's dismissal from his gov- Soviet society toward Cou
ernment and party posts will not
affect present Soviet foreign or repertiar n the
domestic policy, foreign observers meetag, the newspa
here believed today. millions and millions
Their opinion was based on people indignantly
editorials in oviet newspapers n criminal eivite.ies q
coppection with the ouster and hantamed enemy ofth
arrest as a traitor of th former and are
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ship fee h been set at $10.00
for each.mploye of the Com-
fy-Ovfntent, which sum
wl uhd membership for
aIn-zepleped dependents over
18 a age. The $10.00 per
y m *dumm membership fee
averages only 38% cents per
payday, apd Is set at this a-
mount hi order to permit all
e -mp es to become members
w oWtof much strain on their
a dy m epted pocket books;
the full support of alZ
asmp)"es, the Association
wit beable to carry out Its
played operations.
'The of the 'U.S. Citizens
m re all directed tO-
ent of the stand-
of the U.S. citizen
the Candl Zone.
Sal goal of the or-
l to obtain full re-
in the Uni ted
as Alaska, Ha-
la rto Rico now have.
AS. Citizens Assoclato
after state d
nutoal leslative bodies of
e Uited states. ach coa-
munity eB tits representatives
to the population
!e toawute. At the meetUgp
of t elected representatives,
o they have a voice or vote,
but te membership of the AA-
soeton i always welcome to
attend and4i serve. Once a year,
r more o tn, an open meeting
Is to be held, where all mem-
bes wM be given the pri
f the fior. Various com
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Th beneMfit gambling casino
continues In operation tonight
and tomorrow at El Rancho Oar-
SRl dce. blackJack
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Pravda sai the whole Soviet be tak
people and the Communist Party tamn
onemn erla's "criminal a nda.
with de voice. Male
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The tleia either iedet theco
Uoion to pprew the asctio munla
dtakn by the rmet Ad The
to demo a rs a as Ie ntaer
entemwptlie traitor, provoea- posts
tear, hirelit oef foreign impe- purge
rtalits an hardened enemy of The
the people. l ceedlzn
The newspaper quoted one "crima
woman worker at a factory in by the
Byelorussia as saying: Or el- pmkn
emies now know that wht ot by th
people have achieved will n~er imal
fall Into their dirty hands. Te
people will crush these nakeLs".- pr
A similar sentiment was ax- futabL
pred ain the Pravda editorial.
aThe people will vlt- l
t ook out or quemt of to.
en moest aid their
temptIbe ifreBngs and wi t
crushing rebuffs to organ
rovocation and adventures," it
said. a
"Our people wnl etesaly rb
strengthen ter ts with the eountr
Chinese peot Mid with all F=
countries oft 'pl emoc- tiaN
rieds," It adp,"-hlre m not snsf
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Section w0 of Is that type of work but el
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Merger Talk


Re-ells Past W"
BY PL., EDMON

WASHINGTON (NEA) Be-
Lind the recent meeting between
United Mine Workers' President
John L. Lewis and United Steel- i
,workers' President John L. Lewis *
and United Steelwoikers' Pres- n -J
ident David J. McDonald is now-
,orpotteni union history that
theds match ligit on current
rumors of labor organization
Imerge: &&
The Lewit-McDonald meeting,
does not point to any organic
merger of the coal and steel '
Unions as has been suimized. -
But it does indicate that in the '. / k
futuipe tc!me two big and
wealthy unions will be found ii
working for common objectives.1


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THItS IS YOUR FORL'M -- THE RFADERS OV"' COLUMN


THE MAIL. B0
The Mail toi as on open fI.rL'r toi ...d.rs wt The Fusnomo Ame,
ian. Letters are re:?ived gro*2lul.y and ore handled in a wholly conti.
dent. I manner.
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient it at doesn't appear the
get 0y Letters are published Is the order recei .d.
r;case try to keep the letters Imailed to one page length
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This naw:paper assume% no re-ponsibility lor statements as opinion:
e*presied in letters from readers
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SAN ANTONIO RUGLE
S !'ou >.IA in.II'ik I 1 '.utr .'1r I i it1h iopic- Never in my
existed p hlP a r .t-.- n (0ccI '1li a I'.-,:' d 1o01l Pld dl. scason0
iI an1\ cuUnm t.. Vil' i I.'. excepliioo the (iiiln c Southwest is
burnt bio\\n. nianv to. ns. aie withoutt watei and stock is dying
from starvation and tlirst
The governnmen. it. lihii n tieleli to tockmen and farmers.
but too iate to savc a good portion of out meat supply. In some,
places It will take vears under gooo conditions to build up the"
herds. And aS 11 crops. %e will havE ru live off our limited ir-
rigated aci es
CoInatvucl iC n I- Til1 I un iine hi'-h and new building going up
in all par, l in (' ,n I r'.r-
Over' 6 000.000 oii road ,'iOnliri.-. "PIPe let l.ti week In Texas
alone, and u( arc not aloi( in load jiilding. It covers the whole
country
11V' J. Pop' Wright

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'" agree he ought to be a steady husband all right-
hey're not even engaged and his clothes are as baggy
as yours already"


In spile of this support which
Lewis gave Murray. the split
between them appeared to be
complete and the two men
never buried the hatchet. But
rtdhen Murray died and Dare
McDonald became president of
the steelworker union, it
provided Lewis with a new op-
portunity for reunion.
Lewis' feeling is that coal and
.eel unions are naturally re-
lated. The two unions bargain
with the same companies on
many contracts. It la to the
advantage of each that t' ey
work ogathMe.
To the employers in coal and
steel industries, the alliance of
Lewis and :McDonald serves
notice that their two unions
will worth together is present-
ing future. demands.
This may be, moreover, a
new trend in labor relations.
*Tht series of no-raiding agree-
ments now being concluded
between A. F. of L and C.I.O.
unions is another sympton.
Thewarted in their political
ambitions last ear and further
set back bythe Intiality of
t'e Elsenhower administration
to reach any agreement on
revision of the Taft-Sartley
Ast, It Is only natural to find
union labor organiaUtions draw-
ing closer together for mutual
protection.

Weea's Hta
OWr OM. H The Frank-
Un Square Hum ftaaded here
6ram 04%t clktu to be the
M Mrs" a" =xeWve
Wo *4omen iruh MimmoiA


tian) walw nt1ue next m- i
Vth Ave.. Mss "a gorgeous (there
for The Min Unp r'ee aeuty Sontest),
good look % .NUW ,Xacer from UsI
shadewalk ceafe... Georgia Jean Natha_, the
drama critic hiding for his midtown blisinida
...France itlh acont, the villain of "blal M
for Murder" lookingg anything but), strolling a-
bout town In his pink Bermuda shorts.
Sallies In Our AUel: The summer slump, h10
hit B'way hard. One producer was asked wilre
he planned spending his vacation... "At the
theater/' he sighed. "I want to get away roin
people".. .Te_ Uewis' tip to motor car driver
"Don't Be A Bchmotortoti"
New York Melodrama- The Breveor, '-t4be
famed cafe at the serner of 5th Avenue sal
Street for 16 year, Isa looking for a naw W
tion.. .It maqt vaeste by the 39th.. .This I
first the staff knowi of it.. .One waiter bf*a'#9e
there 34 yea:..A lear-kelp has been therq-I4
and Albine, the ehef, has worked there 3 y
...The new property owners plan ethi t
for that block add i~t uMitched by the
eltizens to make-. trie of Mart Twainbir"WT
(at the corner of th Steet and 5th Avei ,
which will soon "I916We, to.
Memos of a Midonghter: Chevalier And Pala-
chou are a Paris pair. But so are ex-Zlr f
rouk and Madeline Brunel.... Lee Traqc'a "lD
Kane" rating juppW 40 points... The- oealwti
recent vignette abut (he woman who sold a new
Cadillac for reprinted by maft.*
Iyums thouhtd without so mml
nod...Wkne employs -
ant of John Quitcy 4dms...Reus5betf
is a toy at 0o. onkey o that wiggle
cymbals or a rnas... n nnovation-am
accomodatlons (Won to be announced),.
called "Boteb. T~ are houboat
land awa ye.. : U tg-wter
him wife (after-'1e year etr
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It a John L. Les whof the t
fathered the formation of the r i W
tintu.thed fto m the older craft
unions, back in the 1930s. Lewis thi ,
v6as then an A.F oi L oiaicial, l "W
and his miners' union las In therm lug b :o
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iThe Steec oikers' Organizing WOULD I 111 TOATYT.
nLewis ee rst bR d.ie was to" Now let us- h we- s lived u R .to itit
unionize the steel industry. He I tM t psie o ttre -?. .
spent over two and a half mil- w TI atisfh i m
lion dollars of tilted Mine the
Worker's 'money in that effort, .c r aO
and hlie succeeded. e l
Le ls' lieutenant in this en- ,d iu ."Otot of hid
deavor was the late Philip Mur- a retusa4
ray. AL that time he was a W e In V
UMW vice-president. He became r)e
president of the United steel- -.*/ S
work 's. Murray's secretary at "a--
the Lt ne was Dave McDonald. f tn
He became secretary-tre-surer! .t A,,io ceck up or
Sof the new union. Both Murra3d -. ioverent p w
and McDonald worked under ... wt
Lewis' dh'ection. Mi i
Then came the great schi ,ism. o a
In 1938 Lewis pulled out of the oflU e o .. '
American Federation of La- M r. rP id t a Thefi swas tist Sitto
bor to form the Congress of fear. I" T key res
Industrial Organizatons. Two ords whd a e _.he
years later the giant yoni g WADE e l I ethat S par-iWi ir &-(4#
indutial unions. like luaty ByW A EJ I $ 5 A a .who bP pls
sons suddenly grow ; too strong -4-4, million dee uadadil-
for their old man to manage, ', tdle iel
broke ,it hh Lewis It's just possible, in this fourth year -of the must o few bear the fight lid ud why the aean do h fthe
John L.. left his new C 1.0. Korean war, that we on the home eont are-stf- home-frdnt apathy towards-h wjr.r h ad o hr
home to the boys a wen, back feeling in some degree from a guilt oelng about ,ew. dr o "
to live by himself in the coal that neglected conflict. ome of the moralizng on"t ebJe--m-most -..
mines. The boys never paid if it in-the form of dalogueIl a i thlle ,-
back the two and a half million With the exception of families of fighting men nd his commanding oftier- a ttle he
dollars the old man had given our sacrifices are small, and we know IL Woract y comiarisqn, the vivid bA tle a bd chan But thm m
them and he never sued them to yet. we often lack a sense of personal pprecia- ghtning .u 't- Declars tii
get it back. but it was one of the tion for the fighting men who are carrying our .
causes of the split, load. We're ashame of ourselves for It. but there Rfkght I throu h the eb of b we herel,'
To Letni, this sum has been it rests. ie enemy-bheld bridges of O-Wla fherre sl one
atrert nhe*i e at Atri a rea James Mibcener hasn't let Itrest there. The ie. rea d en pe report. with
ganited labor pio'ement. He author of "Talqs of the South Paelif" has gone901R Iwca-.n4the.a JI



as bly wanted to out and w th e n himself a red first aboufe tinanhe f't aaSt I ae ,ini t
i u1949 when both oacoan d before c eont uut si n book form. .e .. w oree esi t cer I mr l ,
Lew proposed ohat the UMW T.e prnpal aeon pthkes blace on m 8. alr- .ah.


troubleach contriot ha oere $250 the k-led k over the battle area. -drawn character o a 250- &devo .
000 gor another fintwo ancid a halsu- i in.shot novel cada med eer Barrelal a 1"he p"f Tko AInsec



million d or f. to sport T.h chief c.re -et, pilo-. marr.e and any aband. a. b..,a'guiding C n()
tafor pensions. War II and ke'Heingway's plucked from his ent il law e 19 4 the hvin dek. .ncn
Mrray n 1949 wepled bothat suchal and practbefore oin Denver to nbook fi orm.t agai in orea. irce officer visiting carriermar- tore
eelfund waions a gowere o n strike. ad ideapr but that ia book wcedure aswon't simplyoon fo trollet t t t



ain trouble, and not Just the oL rough hc m arerges the book's. i the ne--why 'bou elinhes the. ]itrar yU' of Mr. I'Mea,


his settlement with the WTeel rnp a tep e on Ad U.a J B. ar ts. 'cf l'
000 formpanothernd twohe idea was tknameetherdrel a
million. dollar fund the bigport The chief character is a J et pilotmarried andu i
replied the s teelworkers in t any help would bthe .father of two children, who served In World n pilot In to




for pense workers unWaion then NEW OR and was plucked from his ianlaw a he Mheaving deck.
It should be set up for any union He is resentful-, scared and homesick and war.-s eorgettoo easily.aro Micheaai S
in trouble,-and noT jste rgo-whya cc t toMnatet1
o action. Then Mteruay made d _



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WB Caribbean Stamp Club NeU1e Nole .
WA ALEXANDER The regular meeting of the The Women's Missiona
Caribbean Stamp Club will be of the Balboa
le Alexander,.whosemaaetCapatAo held on Monday at 7:30 p.m. hart Baptist Church wi
e, Ur.SA., will be ol lthtismer the Library of the Jewish held Tha y July
the guest of homer atasl dheap ad Welfare Board. All those Inter- 9:00 a.m. .at the Church.
te ay at the Army-NavyClub, Fort apted are Invited. bears of all Circle Groups
Kenedy. invited to attend.
LeCuded Boat Club oni Sunday at 5:00 colored Slde Evening
n-ea- p.m. in honor of Dr. L. Phil- A colored slide evening of Hamadaa Caldreon Musetin
Its, who ha served that om- 1quete El Volcan, David, and Hamadan Caldron will
unity for the dt several Chan ola will be held *pt its regular monthly .
reuniy for the put several heldOJW
.0tv yeata Dpe r Phyraclan. S Armed Forces on Monday, July 20, t
SCer- ReservaUonS may be made by Service Cepter,1 L Boca Road, pm. in the Girl Scopt l lAt


SV he4-10tor i r. Frank Bryan iies, an te ulic of te n w b
4-5 A charge of Mr.Fred Busch, Toqr Minnie Reeder Circle
Director of the Colon Cham- The regular meeting ofti
the Un Record Leerv er-lenng br of Commerce. Minnie Reeder Circle of
116 1^nn Wdagsoy Military personnel, th r Balboa Heights First
. W The third In a srieg of *Ree- tfamilies,and the public of the Church will be Tuesday.
ord Lovers' d evenings" will be Canal Zone and the Republic 21, at the Church. This CirI
S a. held Wednesday at 8:00 m. of Panama a invited, sl for Professional and Bal
ir. The at the U80-JWB Armed Forces u ih ness Women.
y om Service Center, La Boca Road, Fit Vote t Tonight
velk Balboa.l The first vote count for the Ninth Cotillon Clam '
Sfork. oQueen of the Union Club's Car- To Meet Tuesday
SThe progrant will include nivaito will be held this eve- The Ninth Cotllion Ciaa
"Sonata In A Moor" for violin ning at the Club. Among can- under the tutelage of S
and pano, by Cesa Franck; didates for the queenship are (Continued on Page 6, C, 6)
agutT. Bymphony No. 53 In D "The
cmapani- Imperial' by Joseph Hadyn;
S line, and Ballet music from "Faust"
;w York by Oounod.
to makt .
Miary prw n theirr Just received NIKON binoculars
service of Canal Zone and of the Repub- 7 x 50
Sthe lie of Panama are invited to 6 x 30
attend. 5
to .enter -6 x 15
MRfl. Sunday Ight
B o will be played Sunday
-eveni at 7: 0 ate. Ae- Also NIKON lenses coupled for
canLegion Club in the Fort
a La- Amador Area. Members and
vact o"n Leica, Contax and NIKON Cameras
at united -a
red from Birth Anne nt at 50% below States prices
8taff Sergeant John F. Calo-
breves and Mrs. Calobreves, 85 mm. F2
formerly of the Canal Zone 135 mm. F3.5
iosn-and and now .of C~arawell Air Force 35 mm. 2.
arrived Bue, Fort Worth. Tes, an-F2.
nounce the h of a son,l- 50 mm. F.4
maorma 11am Hood Cabsoreve .
to RioDI...,D u txSaturday jr. _S
e old The mon d I. L. MADURO, Jr.
Conven- nor dance Pedro Miguel ( U )
Boat Clup will be held July 18 (MADURITO'S)
for members and their guests.
members are reminded to pre- 100 Central Avenue
Flores, nt their membership cards
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Chapel Dedication

S W ASet FortJuly 19
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i The Fort Sherman Chapel will
By -be oficlally dedicated at 3 p. m.
vice on Sunday, July 19, Major
.. Primus Bennett, Protestant
Chaplin for the Atlantic-side
I9 home post of the 370th Engi-
neer Amphibious Support Regi-
ment announced today.
Major General Ivan Bennett,
Army Chief of Chaplains scred-
r uled to arrive on the Isthmus
9 T next Wednesday, will be thfe
9i 2 dealcation speaker: assisted by
Colonel William J. Reiss, Chief
673 of Chaplains. USARCARIB.
1 Construction of the concrete
structure was started last year
and first services were held on
Easter Sunday of this year. The
Chapel seats 200. with room for
and adaltional 50 in the choir
. left.
Pass
:s 1CZ Announces
Class Schedule
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in nanaicrarrs
If you force the defenders to The following schedule has
fltd the correct line of defense, been announced for the handi-
fotl have nobody to blame but craft classes now being held In
: ifseif. The point is Illustrated the Canal communities as ,irt
..st o pened he kng of th% Summer Recreation Pro-
West opened the king of grbm:
t, and south won with the Fort Kobbe, 9 to 11 a. m.
South hastily cashed the ace Tuesday, Wednesday and Frl-
clubs and continued with the day
and king of spades When Cocoll. 9 to 11 a m. Monday,
uth next led a low spade, West Wcdnesday and Friday.
d see what was going on. Balboa. 9 to 11 a Monday
Itwas evident that South in- and Wednesday
ded to take discards on dum- Ancon. 9 to 11 a m. Tuesday
high clubs, and Thursday.
Only one defense had any Cristobal. 9 to 11 a. m. Tues-
ance to succeed. so West a- day and Thursday.
iptd It. He ruffed the third Margarita, l to 2:30 p v...
de withth e ace of diamonds. Monday. Wednesday andFridaTy.
West could then cash one Pedro Miguel, 9 to 11 a. s m.
art trick, and eventually his Tuesday and Friday, starting
rtner got a second trump trick July 14
defeat the contract. I
he hand was played in a, Five Postinasters
mnercial League Team o m sr
tch In New York, and at the receive Transfers
er table Tom Curley. of the R\ ie Ir.Se
I1 Laboratories' Team, man- ,Canal
ed to make his contract of five I n Zone
monds against the same
ming lead. The difference was Five Canal Zone postmasters
at Curley didn't make his In- transferred to different postof-
tion clear and therefore did flees effective this week.
t force the opponents to find Donald R. Boyer, formerly
e right defense. Postmaster at Cocoll, went to
After winning the first trick the Fort Davis Postoffice;
the ace of heart, Curley Nolan A. Bisasell, who was .at
ed the ace and king of Gamboa. is now Postmaster att
des. He had Intended to take Cocoll;
ace of clubs next. but he William K. McCue transferred
ganed his mind when West from Fort Davis tp Gamboa as
topped the queen of spades. Postmaster; \
Leaving the ace of clubs In his I Thomas L. Sellers, who was at
hand, declarer led J .ow Margarita, as now. ost~aster at
de towards dummy. WeSt sawIFort Oulick; and- .
d er and no reason to| Lealand A. Larrison was trans-
Sso hb merely discarded ferred from the Fort MU cek 'o
club. pummv ruffel, thnd de- the Margarita Postoffice. .
r turned to htIshand In
tural way with the,
v.no another "'
eat still didn't see
r. He discarded an-'
icb. and declkrer was able
again in dummy. Now he
r'esh the king of clubs to'
ard bs losing heart.
rest, of course, was quite


HELLO, JUDOE


AMI D1 ACH. FIu. UP, ,
Svnbert Pnok. .Tr. dacldpe -
*l1 up Jlrdge Albert Spnar'o'-
> 4 a.m. to sav "cnod morri'-
IF judge rnlierd five hrur< I
ler in mltmrinal cnurt wherer
I rave Ronk a 60-day sentence
Ir beLn drunk.it

IIS WLIN .r Planeter


NICE OF YOU T)
INVITE MIELLO.
O STAY WITH
SOU, AM41ZA.


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A RIFT IN THE CURTAfP-NK""nP dMM Amu wbw 1l14,
Russia Ehayv lUfted travel.watrirteUm Ar foregn diplomtaat .
correspondents ip crtarn parts of the U.S.S.R. gB ladM
cities of the Ural Mounftlregion are ld @offImits, a g u
foreigners are permitted to use Ahe Trans-Iliberan RAUW
enter or leave Ruia through the dort Vladivostok em
Sea of Japan. Formerly fordi n travel was limited to wlt a
25-mile radiu of MOMewq


The Pacific Sleam navlgatM Cmp
WICO0RPQTBA BOWA l cARS'ER IW

Royal N l Unes IWd.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMBRICA
TO COLOMBIA, EbUADOR, PERU AND CHILE .
M.V. "SAUNAS" .................................... 1a 17
M.V. "SARMIENTO" .................... ............ s
TO UNITED KINQDQIM VIA CARTAGENA, KINCSTON.'
HAVANA, .NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUNA,
SANTANDER AND LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,MI Tons) .... Aulrst 1
TO UNITED KINGDOM. DIRECT
S.S. "FLAMENCO" ................................. July I1
M.V. "SANTANDER" .................J...u.....I.. ..J iy
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLILAND. AMERIIA LINP;
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS .
S.S. "DURANGO" .................................. uly 14
B.8. "DR INA ......................... ........... July 31
TO UK/CONTINENTi .
M.V. "DESEADO" ........................... ,... Julp .
S.B. "DUIVENDYK" .................. .. J,..
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xroup, they beUllo the 0333 to be
more important than the eeed. PVemlbi
th is the reason why s many sat .
standing humanitarian were embeUs.
of the Unitarian denmlinatle. The e
include Thomas Jeffersen. Here as ,M l
Daniel Webster. Suan B. AnthoiNO
Emerson, Hawthorne and many eohes
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We invite you to join our service of
worship this Sunday mnoning at
10:30 at the J.W.B.Armed Forces
* Center, La Boca Road, Balboa.

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"PARIS REVUE"


AUTHENTIC SHOW FROM PARIS...!

BELLA VISTA LUX THEATRE
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She Worked Her Way Through College... Now She la
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"SHE'S BACK ON BROADWAY"
with VIRGINIA MATO In Warner-Color

ENCANTO CAPI rODLIO
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices inNle. S7 7 H" Street,- Paui ,
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Co6n


Lewis Service
No. 4 TivuUll Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

Morriso's
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


"NOVEDADES THIS"
Via Espafla No. 34 Panama R. P.
(Bela Vt a Theatre .i5.)

Agencia Itermcsional de Pub clcoM
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-411


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FOR SALE


FOR SALE


MISCELLANEOUS I


RESORTS I


Household Automobiles WEST BANK LADIES. Professional. Philips. mide cottages, S i.
Statesside Beauty Service conven- Clara, a- -435, Balboa,. Ph. a
1OR SALE.-18 months old. perfect FOR SALE: 1951 Renault 4-door iently available. Genell's Beauty Panoma 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Condition: Caorc gs slor, Cape- Sedan, clean, 40 MPG SHAFF, Shop. Cocoli Clubhouse, 4-557. W n Clar ach
hirt rado-v,ctrola. console. Wes.t- Noavy Pacific 2474 or 3124. WIIIiqmw Snite Clara Beach
inghouse Laudromratic, Hot-Point eFOR SALE "-ed'lloc 62 C lubCu %" drinkig philmMl 2 1 mI *, refriM tor
S cu. f. refrigerator. Wasting- e Ab. .. ym B M, .3050.4
s c. ft rf r en- 1 light blue. aloil extras, duty free. 9 l -. Amleo C. 5.
house floor ton. Phone Colon 56-4- Top condition. Phone 3-1773 or 3-_ ..
B. 4700. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. Foaear's Cottags. One mil afn
OR SALE:-Household goods, leav- TODAY'S BARSAIN Central Avenue "K" Street cor- Santo'Claora. Phone olboo 2.-1 .
ing Isthmus, soon. Reasonable 1950 Penties 2 dear eden. Condition ner. Telephone 2-3479, Paname. Gramlch Santa Claru .each -
prices. Can be seen at house 10- triple A, S1,200.00 finance evil- Ask About Our toafs Etletric Iceba es, g
098, Apt. 9, Central A.enue, 10th able. Contact Orteg at Smeer & THRiE STRIKES modf d rateaes. Telephlo
St. Paredes. CHRISTMAS CLUB Gambon; 4-567. Pedro Miguitt
"Bazar Americana"
HAsk About Our FOR SALE -3 unused retreads 6.70 Panama & CoinFOR RENT
-HREE STRIKES TFOR RENT
-HREE STRIKES x 15, WSW. Tailpipe, new for
CHRISTMAS CLUB 1950 or '51 Buick Riviera Sedan SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA, HBouse
"Bazar Americano" only. Quartermaster table. Phone PANAMA-MEXICO one way $85
Panama &_Colonr, 0428-A. Ancon, or 2-4263. round trip $135 (15 day limit) FOR RENT: Completely fumishe
SSALE: 9 foot 25 cycle, al FOR SALE:-1952 De Luxe Chev- $165. good one year; to O 5 chalet, two bedrooms maid armni
porcelain, Westinghouse refriger- rolet Sedon. powerglide, undercoat- ANGELES one way, S159.25 round room, independeot entron.e,
!i trip $268.64 (90 day ,imdt). Pon- information o k Mrs. ,,.
ator, one year guarantee, girl's ed, low mileage. Has had excep- trip s268.64 (90 day v limit. Pan- Informatin ask Mrs. E dl s,
bicycle, large all metal extensi ti onal care. Upholstery. paint aono Dispatch Service, 36 Avenidl 4tifAvehue No. 15, San Frnin
table, lottce enclosure for type mechanical condition, tires excel- Nocional Automobile Row). Tel. nght phone 3r0308.
103 Duplex House isu.table for lent. $1,595 Balboa 3121. House Panom 2-1655.FOR RENT:-Nice, all furnbised
pasre room). Maytag washing 610-B, Ancon Boulevard. A value INTERIOR FOLKS. Send today for bedroom chalet. Good price. Pidtillr
machine, 25 cycle various miscel- hard to duplicate. Ballroom Dance 1001. Bp 106 Airport oAd, 121.
lneous household Items. 1531- US Lx dbe,.C. Z.En Cnose $ Fre, FOR eENe
Balboa. Tel. 2-2466. MUST SELL: 1951 Packard 4 FORRE n d h
door Do Luxe Sedan. 13,000 mIles postage. HARNETT 4DUNN.ni d 2
SALE:- Gas refrigerator nd Radio and heater First $1.550 00 F CAL r d ad's rool wr.ith S
misc.furture. Phone Pan- takes t. Tel. Blboa 2405, house FOR rALE; small yard. 40h St.-
-717 Blbsoc lan 19, 3 blocks fiom Amaeici-nIm-
SALE: Household furniture. FOR SALE:-'51 Nash Statesman 4- "Ieellaneon0 bossy. Coll 3-0649 for furtir I
Includes bedroom suite, beds, quor door sedan. $1.195. Can be flnanc- Ask About Our ietalls.
Srnet n ed. House 766-D, Balboa. Call TRE STRIK FOR RENT--6-roa hat,
efrigerutor. 2 yrs. old. I-louse 2-4387. CHRISTMAS CLVUB emtor and stove, 5-miles
SFOR SALE: Hillmon convertible B r Amnco on. Tranihrisn Highwoy.
4.LE --Apex washing machine '52. Financing possible & Cadillac Panama & Colon Ft. Gulck 88-440.
i. 25 and 60 cycle motors 2 Coupe '49. both duty free. Sail- FOR SALE:--Brindle Boxnr, I1 mo. .
ye&s old. Frigidaire 25 cycle 9 Ing. 3-1773. old. Reg. AKC. De Lux y ar- RENT

tires, motor overhauled, new paint, h0
OR SALE:-Coldspot refrigerator, plastic seat-covers. Telephone 3- FOR SALE: National HRO-50T
$50.00. Apply 6th. St. House 84- 3536 or 3-4650, Panama, Mr. Receiver with 5 coils, excellent
F, Coc Solhto. Vilar. condition, exceptional bargain. T f
Phone Coco Solo 8445.
* SALE:-25 Cycle WestinghouseIv
SAtLE 2utoCr ^ic r ioe,$25 WANTED FOR SALE.:--22 Cal. Rmningtoan .,
offer two electric clocks, Auto obil "target rifle. Micrometer sights,,ael-
E p sthot, must nel. 5964-C, Au o esdam used, $30.00. Single shot 12
2-4362. WANTED:-Wheels for % ton, mili. ouge Winchester shotgun, $10.- F REN T
n o ivntary Dodge truck, 7.O x 16 R. B. 00. Pone. 273 7227._ _M__llt int.-_V_ _.,M_
oo broom Wood,. P 0 Bo UNL Blo foot fish SLE:--Nnn erst 3fa
office. Phone 96. FOR hAIC Coie amnor 2 6 *f 1. -



4t of July Avenw, Prfect condition. Sleeps two. Call lF*
SlSt aanly, ABlboa Yacht Club, 2693 apd etr. in ft
-, Bor PonamC 2-341, me .2 046.
^ S Li n Dining- FO R S A L E :- 2 f e at b ot, ^ 9US-% r .t lih ad _eaf l;
Asset, cionsistng of settee, n3w. Built for SuA water, Phone SA -.C.ocr s. e .
tfo rcker and chair, assort- 2-1358. Ho 080-A. Balboa tennis r vacuum el nl on e T. 3-
h -II1i, porch screens e Spanish FOR LiEa DOaR l 11-_ HMonth PAC sa111 t 4
go 1]. Man's heavy English wool ALas ph 6i 2-, FR REoNT.a o n.
suit with vest and light summer FOR SALE --.Ceap. .25 cycle ef em- lrn in ls inriiag a EspaS.
bo 2914 hus l 0816 Balboo. FOR SAL -Coundition. Sleeps two. C ih c Mut sl b
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By HERBERT MOISE C.
A strong selection was picked by the managers of the Asia-
w City Major Softball League to play against the champion
rlem Sporters who will bolster their pitching staff by adding
ester Delouza of Pollcia Nacional and Ken Camden of Co
ito. DeSouza is- a combination pitcher-outflelder-shortstop
o finished second in league hitting with BA of .459.
The Sporters were forced to bolster their staff as they are
sparing to start a benefit series on July 18 in aid of Little and
ny Leaguers of Rainbow City. Coco Solito and Colon. TAli
les will be against the same selection that they meet in Tues- -
y's presentation game.
Plans for Tuesday's game are well advanced as invitations
ve been sent out to the highest officials of the Republic of "
nama and the Canal Zone.
The complete selection is as follows:
Position Players Teams
Catchers: Parris, Cerveceria Nacional: Franklin, Powell Ga-
rage; Polling, Coco Solito.
First Base: Harris. Policia Nacional; Evans, Panaco.
Second Base: Lewis, Panaco.
Short Stop: Carter, Coco Solito: Arthurs, S, Powell Garane.
Third Base: Josephs, N.. Pollcia Nacional: Ennis, Clerlfbteub
Husted. Cerveceria Nacional:
Outfield: West. Coco Solito; Leslie. Cerveceria Nacloi
White, Panaoo; Clarke. W.. Powell Garage: Herrar, Clme-
fuegos; Baker, Cienfuegos: Hardy. Policia Naclonal.
Pitchers: Moreno, Pollcia Nacional; Taylor, Coco Solito; p
fia. F.. Cerveceria Nacional: Agard, Panasco; Oreen,
Cienfuegos; Barrios. Powell Garage.
Dates of the Serles games will be July 18, 19 and if the thirh
me is necessary-July 21.


Panffers TantanbweghtCha Tm-
AAsk BAsketb l Lu pion Melvin Bourna yesterday,
,i ft .-- dt h ,._. compiled hill training schedule boe
at the Palama GGm in perfect Har
.,j0 L P. condition for his defense of the Che
--- 3 v" e T III l15 118-pound championship in a Sol
'a 32 .15-round battle against Rodolfo wh
iMur ,. "2 S-- 0 -- -"Francis tomorrow night at the
fi^'to'I? '44 40 12 Painm MBafteball League win in order to cop first half Oyn. pre
..... '---- "' "" 49 .402 Fist Half Standings honors. Lod, Chesterfield at Po
S54 349 Teams W L Pet. present holds a slim half a Fnmels wead al his tuneup ser
in h.XS2.6 55 .321 Lord Chesterfield 8 1 .88& game lead over the second place sessions yesterday afternoon day
t m BAM 8 2 .800 BAM. at the ion Gym under
H-a -- iti Mauricio 5 4 .555 Coach Augsut "Ray" Kam, the watch -eys oft trainer hai
k l a twi-rua .i TOM'S GAMES Radio lush 3 7 .300 of Lord Chesterfield, will have Evelyn Shekaesu. Manager Pa
ter C Fuerzay a 3 7 .300 his aqudn shape and at Gabriel Mseenew predicts a
A a lwSi oluO University of Panama 2 8 .200 full strngth. SWill be taking knockout victory for his boy
.-nt to th. w.h i St. w i k NiM -York no chances with the Mauricio Francis after watching his fl-
t' en t tothe; at Bosto. TO$1IGHTS GAMES Menasche ga.7, Mauricio, al- nal workout l n which Francis
S S* l waS ,w'enm 'le~pia at Boston. Rardt fme -u 7:30 pm. though ttb l5 _ost the serv- displayed euflent physical
a y t Radiuo e S Luer z y -uz iceos of rour to thePee ac- nt physical.
i' d 1 *bW. t Wbod 100 0G .900-1 10 a Lord ; Ild vs M~uricio cific Baaketbl League of Bal-
tl, O 000-6 8 2 boa, have lst th last two On the other hand, Bourne's
Lopat 1lts y NI ) B9.a Lane0w0 8 The PaSwas Basketball League contest by slim marginl in the handlers Philippine Kid and
Loren, o an d Poi eld ), Sima, Lane will offer other doubleheader last night minqtq of the game. apeedy Quintana,- predict that,
S1 Wit, and W e d Lopt tonight ata Panama Gym Cokch Menauw, however, Is Melvin will win even more de-
-ta Reynolds and D.locaied 'it Avenida "A" when confident that they will pull the claively this time than the pre-
the RlASilush outfit will meet surprise of the year and send vious occasion when Borne cop-
them Niht Louisme 8 14 1 the Furq y Luz five in the Lord Chesteddnto a tie withped a unanimous eight-round
t1 9 0 Lrfirst a ,the twinbill. The halfM.This will cause a first ,rdict over Francls.
VIA U'tft_ Detrft4'C'Ll.eaoe 1 j gLh The semifinalists and prelim-
SPillette R 1 04'lko n dy i an M ale the anger- Mauicos will have the nary boys also completed their
Sw xGray (4-10), ed' dn; fgcksonu tt ration in t service of the veteran guard, training pr orams in tip top
Shame te we and Itte nigh 1i rt game Is slat- Clyde Cumierbatch. Together The ih-ro se
Wn um one ahrtder 1 ,ed to Sl a en thi rty with .new Omer'RO0eilo Ad an, sitienea






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S00 r100tc 001-3 11 0 cond hlil race orwhilee w ke t ir w ltntam way. his could urn out to be the
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.:bslAO4 itlw-'Non, t which *. .Lofro dm, held by Emillo Sonnel and Ano
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hsits M ang, wattsalongd i L"o V count beavi- month ao when Braithwaite
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Funding 84% Or Disappear

WASHINGTON. July 11 iUP. ., uly 11 (
The congressional econny "Let the people know the truth and the country is sale" Abrah tm Lincoln. ." wage of a m
drive reached a new peak today crashed
as the House Appropriations which crashed
Committeecut a c h-al mo TWENTI-EIGHTH YEAlR. RPANAMA. B. P. SATURDAY, JULY I, 1953 with
ey bill by a whopping 84 per atedtoday by a mearchibs
cent. Therefw "no Ind.e
When the committee finishedthe DioS u
with the $1.069,996.084 request ttohee
for more than a dozen agencies,
there was only $168.155,584 le. Democr sQ uAsM cCar y et red
Percentagewlse, the $9D l a 0 i s01,840,- onr nnr
500 cut was the deepest slash in ah Feran te rench m ig
a major appropriation in the Of yand,. tb
nsmemory of veteran legislative Full Control Over Staff "
observers. 9=0l..hdquaVters announced;
The biggest reduction was indal
new funds for Air Force bases. The ienwuoeOofvifr
The Truman administration F ute. 48 fighter bomberoi
asked $700,000,000 for this pur- WASHINGTON, July 11 (UP) chairman and its staff without ave the majority authoril to But one highly-placed based at Chaumont, France. .
pose and the Eisenhower ad- Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy won any authority whatsoever. delegate this power to the lr- said the clae timing of Mr. Another Air Force Jet fight
ministration pared it to $400.- his fight today for exclusive "This places us in the impos- man. This the subcoma tte menhower's crtlcism andM with two men aboar
000,000. The committee cut It control over the staff of his per- sible position of having respon- majority supported. Matthews thews' resignation was wanted missing and fead
out entirely. manent investigating subcomit- albillty without any voice, right stepped out less than an hour coincidental than significant 9 early today.
Other big cuts included: tee and three Democratic mem- or authority." after Mr. Eisenhower 'flayed ane, an "all weather"
Civil defense. $37,700.000 ap- bers immediately resigned In The Democrats *aald the corn- statements in the magaslne ar- There also were other indlo*. Sa- r, wataking lart n weat
proved, $87,450,000 less than the protest. mittee action had left them ticle as "unjustified and deplor- tions McCarthy already had de-h Tr air defense maneuvers. It
Eisenhower request and $112.- Sens. John D. McClellan (D- "without the opportunity to able." cided to let Matthews ult wbea (t a pilot and radar observer
230,000 under the Truman fig- Ark.) Henry M. Jackson (D- appeal to the Senate during the Asked today to comment on Mr. Elsehlower gave his ve board.
ure. Wash.) and Stuart Symington coming recess period" from any the President's remarks, Mc- In a letter to three clergym An Air faoe pkemaflBald
The Civil Defense Administra- ID-Mo.) said In a joint state- of the Wisconsin Republican's Carthy told reporters: "I never representing the National CO- o from Hamilton Md,
tion declined immediate com- ment that they were quitting decisions, deal in personalities." ference of Chrlstians and Jewa. .lit night on a "rambe
S ment but said it would have a the subcommittee rather than to "Intercept" another
statement in a day or two. accept responsibility "without McClellan is ranking Demo- n r in the maneuveln.for
International information and any authority." crat on both the subcommittee al tarfire Intercepted the
educational activities: $60.000.- 300 Cufho parenSt m0ovefnontBatop'-t l a f
006 approved, $54,515,800 under They resigned shortly after actions comminttee.Be co el- fdsu s k42ot abe g
the Truman request and $17,- the seven-man subcommittee point successors to bhitbelf and Tracherous F Which Kll 15 S a" -"
600,000 less than Mr. Eisenhow- voted 4-3 along party lines to the other two resigning Dem- lan wa ovter I Pa-
r asked. In addition, the corn- give McCarthy complete power ocrats but It was not known bo at last tact
mttlee lopped off all of a $20.- to hire and fire all staff em- immediately whether any of the
200,000 request for new radio ployes. other three Democrats on the WILLOWS, July 11 (UP) the fire the ootM L-[--
facilities for the overseas pro- The showdown came at a parent committee would accept. More than 300 men fought *i of the
paganda program. ve stormy two-hour session as an McClellan told reports he day to control a treachrou M miles not'h o W
Defense production activities outgrowth of the controversy has no intention of taking the brush fire which flashed up an- worked for morel 18 abo rs
$8.740,000approved a cut of $5- over McCarthy's hiring of Dr. J. matter before the Democratic expectedly and killed 15 Ien .nd by 10 p1 m. tIrhe was be-
465.artment000. B. Matthews, as executive di- Policy Committee. Asked wheth- trapped in Mendocino Nationl Ueved to bp under control. ... .
Commerce Department. for rector of the subcommittee. er the subcommittee can funo- Forest. Char esLa rty,,ne ofa the
export control: $4,800,000 ap- Matthews, former Methodist tioq without minority represen- tantees who d id ie M
proved, a cut of $1,100,000. missionary, resigned Thursday station, McClellan r replied : **They hope to lhve it under wa N deleted by others to
Government in occupied areas: night after President Elsenhow- "That's uot our problem." control this morning a Na- walh the I 01 ,ent
M4553&000 approved, a cut o er had blasted a magazine arti- tional Forestry S=rLc o al back to t q=
$ v183000.l Service Commission: cle he had written liking the The three Democrats started said. "It's not runn wild bn t "rItL afferty
o Sv itestantclergy with commun- after Motthew' l upon Ub-it'. .t burning Slowly.". ad-toohe.
A proved $1,200,000 of the si,- ism. location of the article In which SW Blran s.stsat341.-fro ,a
S0 U r.uestedtfor investiga- McCarthy told reporters he he abused the Protestant clergy al Forester, said betwequ O tt. tr~
for employment on staffs of In- will accept the Democratic re- of contairdng "the largest sin- and 1,460 aea were stillM
fte aionalmorganizations. signations and that the sub- gle group" aiding the Com- during. He said fighters h te
bversive activities control committee will continue its munists in America. a mile and a half of fire nt I .b t id
]b'ca d t $70,0 approved a work. The Demnoc0ratic miot bid m, n f
o $70,000 approved, a cut If they don't want to take canIe to the meetin rm bed, e. h .
of o600 eo dvsers: part in uncovering the graft and& ri. the ate le11s- Wd ake o at. al
,ceO approved, a cut hson administration, they ofi;,tbe M l Acola J ireu .o t tee '
L A y, Jlyrten 12 ube ct ontaare e irntitled to refuse," said Mc o r fire.a f e urd d
bor.o Depmertment fPr Mex- Carthy. McCath took the Io cnollr tO oe
a far bor eliminated It would appear to be a con- that the count 's ru a o l kept
entire $900,000 request. tinuation of the old Democratic control dig I to Plo M
The committee's report sh policy of rule or ruin," McCarthya thio'fteoOde r .ow
ly criticized the Air Force for said". Oa.I0. ,n te n m ye Ih at h le ll neto aig.n -a-
"**lk of decision" In Its con- The Democrats raised the is- h tion into the traydy was un-
T prohe dar "t' s ra ,d e "0"k*k See C@n. 8@M,
stitlon program. However, the sue of staff authority after Mc- der vap sad Regton*M
committee approved $240,776,- Carthy at a first re used to &e- n l Forester Paul p said lmen sq"It
000 for bases out o funds al-cept Matthew's resignation. On RWe ls I oson the scene reported the life, s
re appropriated but not obl- that e the had the support9- dAb lm ht
gated. of Sen. CharlesI Potter (R- A Iof blyo k ms m orighin.h'"'. .
Mich.). mRn h JU I) The men were trapped in a i, 0 man cowa l deeper
S|the n w l 'itl'e. But Matthews quit before it canyon thae sat de to grace bw~eB -f a a.ll ...
came to a vote. On the general MONTGOMERY. Ala.. July 11 before dinner thinking- they t 10 chess e r s l
Sunday, July T2 subject of hiring and firing staff (UP) ea tih. officials said to- had brought flames under -:
Nigh Low members Potter voted with Mc- day thA the first mass immu- cor&rolheuarl yN in.me oth. ers,
4:40 a.m. ...........1044 a.m. Carthy, Sen. Karl E. Mundt (R- nizaio~ program using gamma mapged to eSeape the canyon
4:47 p.m. .......... 11:03 p.m. S.D.) and Sen. Everett M. Dirk- globulin on children has proven alive.
~---sen (R-Ill.). effective In reducing the number W
McClellan, Jackson and Sym- and severity of polo um.asesWehad sa down o ea
Ington conferred with Senate "It looks as If gamma globulin and given thanks when we
Democratic -leaders and then Is- has the result for which We had eard sol yelling "gt out
sued a statement saying: hoped," officials said. of here s fastasyou can, Ken
"As a sequence to the J. B. Atherton roe Il., one of
Matthews incident, a majority Dr. D. O. G111, state health of- thq miionaries, said
of the investigating subcommittee, fleer, and.. Dr. A. H. Graham, = e Someof us
over our strong protest, has dele- Montgnem County health otfi- iup Some of us
gated to the chairman... com- cer, sed a joint statement on ha ridge th the road '
plete authority, to employ and results of-the anti-pollo program, aw of the others, o t
discharge all personnel.., with-. In theg elm an o M izatm e dow the can- '*i ,tf e v
out approval of the committee p ram, atlof I kind In theyon.
and without consultation with ,ate. n, tchildrenTe all, members of
"- any member thereof. theIfilld, a Prot-r..ditorialat
were13noo0lasted with. thqescarce lt ., aut rot- wdl
The 1953 version of a person "This means that all members gamma oiobinwt a s ca U ered to wia
ioIs well off Is anyone @ mw of the committee would be in- At taiitime, do tor sad it o. .
de't owe any money. e as rring full responsibility for ac- wolA at oe
Lions of the committee, its rwouldas be etlere dI1 g... W .",-"
-Tdd"a,. Dr. 01G pointed out .. P l u-ear-O "
that V* Adx new cases of polio ""%%
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