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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Hope For Classified: Postal

Pay Raise Expressed In D.C
' . '.-'VI ."'.-

WELCOMING MEMBERS of the OAS delegat! pn who arrived early thli morning at Tocumeir
Airport was Foreign Minister Alberto Boyd (second from right). On Boyd' right is OAS
president Dr. Cesar Tullo Delgado, and members of the diplomatic eorps. :

Record Transits; Tolls
Made By Canal This Year

' New records In the number of
transits by ocean-going s com commercial
mercial commercial vessels and the amount
of tills collected in one year
were set in Panama Canal stat-.

r t.na nsrai vear iji, v

i"'1 f

'ay at nl-

the total was 8,584, the all-time
record.
Tolls In tha oast fiscal veai

exceeded by $2,350,000 the fig

ures for the previous fiscal year.
The totals lor the past fiscal

ycr were announced after the

US Protests
' "
" n M k
Illegal Holding

Of US Airmen

WASHINGTON, July 17 (V?f
The United States has accused
Russia of illegally holding some
- "i lean f ; i h -v i' m-

Crowds Mourn As Big Top

Tumbles For Last Time

PnrsBrmnw .tnr tttmvH

John Ringling North brought
down the big top of the ''Great ''Greatest
est ''Greatest show On Earth" early today

ui me tast ume.
DOWIl: With It tlltnhlad mtnrIA

of excitement for small chll-

aren, and lowering of the mas.
sive canvas tent symbolized the
end of a enlrian tn In h. V,i.

- D W1U
tory of entertainment.

North'dnnmad tha 1 w

Rinellnflr Brother, and Rmlm

ana Bailey yesterday with the,

announcement that "the tented

circus is a Ming of the past."

He rinnlul .n

dates for the season and said

ine snow in the future will be
"an almost rOmnlat.alv ma.Vianl-

cally controlled avhihitinn it

win move indoors next year, In

to ir-cunaiuonea arenas.

Onlv a small arm in n fe,v.,tn

tors had turned out for yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's matinee performance. But

i w norm s aramaUc ; and
heart breaking innnimnnoni

was made known, crowds surged
lllVlla.a 4-1... X- at..

. m P Ior he nnaj
night show.

A feeling of

PanCanal Annuity

rAH.i,,i;A. d:m

Passed By Senate
WASHINGTON, July 17 (CP)
The Senate passed and sent
to .the White Bouse today a
Mil to provide an increase in
the annuities of certain for formal
mal formal .Federal employes who
were enraged In the construe
.the 'ma CanaL
.. !L. U wouW tawase such
aanuiUes by $25 per month, or
M per cent of the present an.
nutty, twhlchever is Jess, up to
a maximum of $2,160 per year.

To Lease 20

Govemmenl Tankers

Vins House Passe

f run

fLfTTW 1 1)1,11 10 le" 20 ov-

w.m.ciiv uinKers inr

Opinion that' congress will
approve another smrai mi

raise for the VS. government's
U00.000 classified t and postal
emnloves no later than nvt

year was exnressed hv rhalm-,n

xom Murray of. the House Post

wince ana uvu service com committee,,
mittee,, committee,, according to word re received
ceived received todav from nnwuni v

Munro, legislative representa

tive of the Canal Zone Central
Labor Union Metal Trades
Council. : v

Union Secretarv Walter w.

ner warned Zonian. hnvivr

not to run up charge accounts
In expectation v that th

- vnj

I raise wm actually be voted rby

vuugresa. iias many hurdles
yet to take.- ,

The chairman's views, Muni

ro rcporiea, aid not stop the
anions from asklnr tfte Senate
Post Office and Civil Service
Committee to Include a per per-eentage
eentage per-eentage increase averaging
MOO ner vrar far rlaifLt ..j

"Postal employee on the ExecM-

wve ray Bins 3 2621 and HR
76U. -

v v x.uivv.1 f J I yi CC
Of Presidents

Brings Action

1 Both Panama and Costa Rica todav nAA .n!.;Mi

precautionary measures in connection with the meeting of
Amf "can Presidents here oyer the weekend.
The Panama aovernmpnf nrAarA L. .1..: 2:

frontiers with both Casta Rim nA rimi,;- r or.

has announced that special vigilance will be maintained

ursy irs rronners wirn ranama and Nicaragua.
-Costa Rica also ordered oil political refugees exiled
in that country to report to the

th conference is in session. ;

Aside i from announrlnr t.ha

ClOSlna- of aMimi'i frnnHeri

Police Chief Col. Bolivar Valla-
rlna. riiii not an intn riptail nn

other security measures Panama
has adopted to safeguard tthe
I.UI -II It-1 .. al.. If

Altnouen nearlno-. hiv htm o ij -Ti- .

Conc uded. It is expected that Earlv this mornimr OAS see

the Committee will not nnnrt farl.i.n.rai n- t. i in..

Out .a Dill Until after the House and th. Halaaata. nMI nf tha 91

COmmitte. renorta nut a rati

ment WH.- HAS rniinnll rrivAH at TrtrnmPn

Defrintr Its rhalrmfln T liltr- oirnAfC whare Vta.ir nsirA mor Kti I

- m - : r 'a sw VV alaiV nvtv UIVV WJ I
ray who was absent because cf foreign Minister- Alberto Boyd
Illness, the House Post Office and oUier Panama officials The

nnCt.Tt. v.',;;" ,or coastwisei"iness, me House Post Office and other Panama officials Th

sr-H throng the r!v. Orowrl'y y'"" ,nf;T "nni!n,us!n?, VJ Service .Committee bv other members of the OAS "oun

..-. i .. .i cowp.-ied

with tx.- .ieviou reeord of ,7.-

897 estabiiisnea in ine w' y"
inKK Thta was the fifth consec

utive fiscal year In which new

records were established for tne
number of commercial f ships

using the waterway. i ;
Toil last vear amounted

$37,450,951. exceeding by ap-

proximairiy i'"
dollars the former record set in

the fiscal year laa.

fiscal year mo ieu bcww -1954
figures. ;
The total number of ocean oceangoing
going oceangoing ahips transiting the Canal
Fast year, commercial and U.S
Government, was the second
highest on record. There were
A0a tan,1tt lact ira hV nOVffm-

aOD ll Mi in ivi i.u, j v-.
ment vessels making a total of

8,478 transits oy ukchu-sujjis

ahips. This number was exceed exceeded
ed exceeded in the fiscal year 1954 when

of which 21 were by Government

a lint 4nlli.Mn t r- .....

Vessels. Toll tn, Tim imnnr.tiil torHav rlam.nrl ir.j;...

to 63.084.478 of vhir.h 170.1117 was mation ahnut thorn

Cci'rt tc!J Crevs
C:l 'Sea Ti

DuLig FC'Trasils

Pallcnl ill Ccrozal

Diss By Ikrdm

Frcm Shbwer Room

David Constantine. 45. Jamai

can. nat.lant at Pnivwal Una.

- me ruuM uruiesi ecnoea

tnJZ oun? JSfSP0 ln ine cres filed by Russia last

terday J"- wee claiming that American mill-

Canal Zone nollr llata th. 7'i K'"I"f.r"oufl.eu

j.-h, t - -"-iucci us tuu uiuea mio soviet ler-
aeatn fia an anno rant atiiIHa ... .. m . ..

an th. x,J.. v I riiory spasowsKi claimed that

- rrr ""w iwmcn new over Pn and nrara tha

(T l nt.2J? ne, mentioned in the Rus-

U.S. military nemnnnpl tvhA mr

uave Deen oeiainea in the Soviet

Union since Jan. 1, 1949.
While tha UnitpH Stt n,..

making its protest, it also receiv received
ed received one. Polish Ambassador Ro-

muaid Spasowski lodged with the
State DeDflrtment an nral mm.

plaint that American jet planes

vioiaiea rousn territory riunnu tha

The Polish protest echoed siml

as of 1 1 wo

r br'rg reject l a 13

of the Motor TranspSrtatioi Dl-' test
vision in Ancpn, He resided in a. protest ;

Reports that some American air

stanUne was observed T ahnut in men ar m Soviet hands have
mtauteT arfMaHv'n ? b. drifting into the State Depart-

curred. At that time he gave no Kl rV V'S'
Indication of plannlne to haiur S0 8 "ld tte T.t?0Ts 'have now
himself """"K "1 nan become so persistent and detained,

. He .was found honc-w hv "' iuai me uemana

niece of hlnhbat ..hirh h h)II'0 information was being made.

ii.. x, I Sna.ciflfallv. tha nnta miA Tt,

" nuunrenny uea around ma na i. ---' ,. v

Time consumed bv ocean-goina. and arnnnrt a nin m f-t ,n. Vn"ea. .pwtes government is m-

Vessels In transiting the canal; the-floor. ;ormf? compelled to believe
Is treated as "sea time" rather Police speculated that Con-w "i j Govfn,ment b,
than "port time" an expert wit- atantine had climbed one of the HL"?-C0.ntin1ue tlh,ve .B,nd
'n-ss told U.S. District Court yes- six-foot concret. vali. h.t.n detenUon- survivors from at least

trriav the shower and ha HnmnaH ,wo.coW r air clashes

.i;..,,, .. .... it.i 'n-;

w. Muuins, vicB-picsiucui, vying uie oianxec
' tha amarlran Merchant Till 1

Tine-Institute, was : a d.prilSrh' HlmAHil
witness for the government In 1L. 1111511 UImIOiIO

the suit tf Robert F. Boyd and
100 other Canal pilots versus the

tim nnm a fiana rnmnanv

f mi ah aw -vviyaa,Aj .
It was further brought out by

Muuins tnai aooara snips our
ine; sea time a 56-hour .week ap
nli. while on nort time a 40'

hour week is the rule for the 86
T.ftst Poast shlnnlnir rnmnanlps

renresented' In his onran)7Atlon. i

His testimony ln part contra-

. nicied inut oi an earner witness,
Capt. John Bishop, called by the
plaintiffs, who gave the opinion
ships arriving at Canal termi terminals
nals terminals are on port time.
Mullins said the sea time pro provision
vision provision applies unless ships dock

at doui terminals ior nanaung

cargo. ,"
- yesterday's session was mark marked
ed marked by the usual sparring of at

torneys over admission of ex exhibits.
hibits. exhibits. At one point, plaintiff's at

torney William Tyson agreed to

wiuiaraw oDjecuons to a aocu aocu-mant
mant aocu-mant if nefen.u pmmul navM

Markun would withdraw objec-

iions uj an earner paper. Mar
ltun said ha aa "nnt In a nncf

tlon to horse-trade" on the doc-'

tiroents. -
Plaintiffl recallad a-rnart r.-it

ness Capt. Delbert Kelly, Puget
Bound pilot, who said new fig figures
ures figures received from the Wash

ington state Pilotage Commis Commission
sion Commission revealed the average yearly

earnings or pilots mere In 1954

lnt s t"

i:aV"der.th.e,mo.convenient Cncnts oMh. i.

...H, .Vps ""V111010 on w,:t tr were "'P W chaneed their
sawdust nat.. tha1 ki minrf. xT: r v."""eu neir

... .. 'i ui uaiicai auuui ill manti

.The measure had failed to mus-

' enougn votes for passage two
weeka -earlier under a procedure
requirias- a tn-thi. "Lit?1 T

Passacret Onnnnant th k.j -v'

ed it would provide a multimillion
steamship company,
Todayith m"re .was called
up unanimously and pissed on a

.vuiiiia cu oi ine calendar.
na hill nnup iu, i

Wnera it waa tha ( i ....

my debate laxt.tvaab tw c

... "ie

.vvuminiuea me measure to its

vuiuuicrce committee last week.

to 10 vot

i

, ,. "w vwa,aw Miv(vuiw v I)
decided to oit. c1! s"-. fT"H i

Ciirlno' th.' i-i .

- ? ajr vwu. social ar
fairs, luncheon and a tea. will
be tendered for the wives of the
visiting Presidents-.

f""? Panamanians,
"without distinction," to put
on their best manners for the
coming Presidents meetina.
-On flimri.v tv. .

then take 51ace at 10:45 a.m.
With a nararl. ti...i-

streets. of Panama to the Boll-

1 oniun, 1 ...-'

"v yvi mm, session or
ine ; tWO-da V ennfarano. .ui

ui go

into the main arena

HUE Rlntr tna'a t,n.J.

(kT.' : uieaiii,

kurac nays were gone forever,

Seyp.i-Ti.3 Burlj:r

0Md Cy JuJje,
6:li Year fa Jail

A tAVAnJim 'Ki.t-fflaw i.ti

iv ill, .ma tn... .j .

- v. uuu u u a e
Crowe amenshla in hi. i.k..

! j w vvaaiics jy

Thief Mc'ices Off

Willi Uncut Gems

LONDON, July W (UP -i A
thief ehoie a traffic jam In the
" Mart of London yesterday to pull
JtM ...a. A a a a .1.

rr wnn mignr oo the largest dia diamond
mond diamond robberty in British history.
He got away with uncut gems

vaiuoa Tfzsu.voo. ..
The thief waited at a curb un.
til a chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce
halted in traffic, In the back seat
was a woman secretary of the

J. Wi jnbarg jewelry firm. Next
to her was a, leather bag con containing
taining containing the diamonds sh had just
picked up from the Hatton Car-

aons aiamona market.
The thief dashed around the

front of the car, opened the back
door, clubbed the woman and
grabbed the leathet bag. He ran

down the street an jumped into

waiting car end, sped off."

Panamanian Crew

0f Sunken tstoril

Eleclric Ircn L'ick
Leads Zens Police;
To Suip:c(:d Thief

-fit- fw i IS.
an

electric iron which haii ha.n

stolen from a Ft. Clayton home
led police to Ricardo McClean, a
21-year-old Panamanian, who
Was bound OVPr tnrtav fn. trial

In UJS. District Court.
In Balboa Magistrate's Court

wu smoming, jsmei m. Morris, a
maid ln whose custody the Iron
had bepn at tha tlm. nf it. hi

appearance, identified the rnlss-

ihib: property.
Reportedly the iron ha a h.n

recovered bv noitce in a Panama

I pawn anop.
Ball was fixed for McClean at

aiUU.

Ex-Convict Gets.

1 Year In Pen ;

After Hose Theft

In tha rn'ctnhol ri!..: t

, ---www .fiaiuu tu IJ .A.

uisrrict Court the lama nu.iim.

convict was ? sentenced to serve a
year in Gamboa Penitentiary for

reiurnuie tn tha r a.i 7...

deportation, -
Peg Leg, a 52-year-old Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian whoso real name is Cornelius

narmoiomew Wiliiams, had in ef effect
fect effect asked fnr tha aant.n.. tn..

weeks ago when he limped Into
Cristobal Police Station on his sr-

tuiciai leg and asked to be taken
in because he was a deportee.
Williams noted that ha waa tin.

employed. He added that he hoped
conditions might be better by the
time he next left Gamboa.
. Besides his mimermn rnnvietinnc

for burglary, Williams had had
two previous convictions for re returning
turning returning to the Canal Zone after

deportation.)

ing courtesy visits to president Place a wr
Ricardo Atlas and to the Toreign Monument

xecuoive session

congressman Corbett has slso

declared that ronvraat nnav A.

journ oft July 28, and the John4

son piu : would not be acted on
unless the Mouse Committee act acted
ed acted bromntlv.r rhalrman Mnrra

had v programed hearings

throughout the week .to hesriLobo.

members of the Congress as well1 Armando

.. thia- s wu! be t i.j.
i.uii vwuuuun .loJlow- At noon the iitskienu u. .1

wreath at. the Bolivar

Afcn Fined Sf:j'

Fcr Drunk DrirLrj

U.g. .Airman Willie T..

W ientenrad tit n. ti-J

1100 and given a 10-day suspended
Sentenra in Rlh.. u.

Court today. v

His crime war that of driving
an automobile while intoxicated,
and his nrahatinn fnr

was conditional on his not violating

au.r iw or Teguiauon 01 the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone;.
He waa alsn finaif an .jku-.i

$10 for driving without an opera-

101 s license.
B'inn ran inln annthar i whiu

driving Slong Gaillard Highway
shortly after 9 p.m; yesterday.

as CSC retirement officials.

. Munro reported that there
'is a difference of opinion even
in the committee as to wheth whether
er whether sufficient votes can be ob obtained
tained obtained m order to approve the
bill'. v ,t.w.., i. t

The administration i oppos-

Ministry, , .,.-.. n j

Arrivms; with Mora mis morn morn-In
In morn-In ttter. cniinrll secretary T)r

William Munser: Dr.. Victor An-

drade, Bolivia: Dr.: Fernando

Brazil, accompanied by

Mascarennas: vr. jo-

se T-. Baron, Cuba: Dr. Hector

n. raatrn. "El flilvadorv Pollr.aa.

no Callejas, Honduras; Dr. Dut-

nermo nciso veiioso. Paraguay:

Tlr. Juan W T.avalla 1 Parn- Ti-

Joaquin Salazar' Dominican Re-

puoac,' vr.- Jliinque J. raiacios

Uruguay; Dr. Tito Outlerre Al

ea 10 tn; jonnson bill in Its faro. Venezuela,, and Dr. J: 3

present iorm. xne House com-yallarino. Panama v

mittee on Friday failed to asreej The Panama Fofelgn Office

un m iinfriii7in mil nnr. T.mnr.a a. . i ....

i.," ,- " ""j j was buu nui aurc loaaj now
K ?tpr,1 !.n,m.e"fr Presidents would be arriv-

teThnnnHU..- I nf. ?May Saturday for the

V. i iwo-aay meeting to wnicn ires-
er" the first five years of service in., .,, h iit. th.

on a basis' of one ner cent of "..Vl.r.Ju.;i'"V

their- everaa .!..).. nl,.. tort i is ."w,1Brc

... Vir. V u" ieast l. rresments,: inc uamg
(Presentlv I25 tlmas the num. ti...u i .r .i,i V.

u ; riraiueiiv ciseimuwcr: wuiv us

uci ui Years 01 aervine in airess i ..

n fiv v- 1 icumiug hj x-auaiua iutnie,Hicci-
uj live, . Inor -

The employea. would continue
to use .the one nr .ant. nhtt t?s

Olan on tha fiva veara nf aarv.

Ice.
Tha. leader 'Vh mnfia tn

Sneed On the naarlna-x wara ta. .1..

slnskl fn-Mlcn i rvvrhatt. m.t .... .....

bu.j.. V j i. ... ""'J' "S votes sii ui.iiie recent,
Rhodes. (D-Pa.) and Broyhill. (presldenUal elections:.' Colombia

i ner ana otners felt that no and Argentina also will no be

In?

Press dispatches from Quito,

Ecuador, stated that President
Jose Maria Velasco, Ibarra "had
definitely excused himself from

aitenaing tne ranama .meeting

CS Retirement bill would he an

'proved unless snma dratl.

tlon was taken,. ..'.- ,,

Clare. Luces Illness Due To Poisoning

From Arsen Bedroom Ceiling
NEW VflPff Jn 16 YITP i Wn.nlt.I i. n.th... UJ will, t '. 1., 1. '

Tim f;;r. .'.id t r-. i7 "u" "u"'. wnce.mio-May uare Luce has

th. r.n..rri iiina. mh... "A' ., ' io6" w uie U.S. undergoing treat-

..Hna i r ... i h. i .... .7. ill .1 .'i . correct me arsemc-tnduc

? """V" iicuuuuny laeminea as ea infection," Time
haw. K. .n trmr.A t. a...tti. nm. Cm... v.... t, .., .

have been traced to Arsenic poi

soning.
The magaiine said in its Issue
to go on nowistends next Thurs Thursday
day Thursday that officials from the Con Control
trol Control Intelligence Agency solved
a year-old mystery when they
discovered that the paint cover covering
ing covering the ceiling of Mrs. L w c e's
bedroom contained a high con content
tent content of arsenate of lead.
, Paint dust falliner inln fond nn

har hraabfa.t tr.a and filma. av.

uding from the paint during ihot

weauier were tne source ot tne

poisoning, the msgazine said.
Tima nhnca aHitnr lianrv T.n.a

is the Ambassador's husband, sid

mat tne poisoning was one of the

db.v aepi secrets 01 jj.; aipioma

... .. .u.....iiVU m
Seaman Jones. Back to Italy went

Flv To London

Z7 ": r I t int xswm sank

t.tii w!?. :"J7"S Way with the Italian frefchter

Uu. u. iuiuEu wuiurruw. 'Mazzeiia 450 miles of

UmviCUOn Of Petit larcanv aW. Tha atnnr ..U that aft.a har

hWvSrwiT Pewter. first year in Rome,. Mrs. Luce
narv offensa ratumi nt;.... a u:.... j .i... . .....

n.i... vuiw -i a uirycreu uiai ane naa ro maxe

BAIJFAT- KT.s J.lv nmA.XJT? V: fTmM efforts to keep up the pace

-The shipwrecked U 33-memher c- ni. .u'vlslon of U'sh h,d et
crew of the Pwamal an betehU P.nin,.nf,nU 0,d D?y fter
er Ftorrflew ente? v.guel tired and ill .

nlpht aboard a chattered man- rVV.:?.' "?ra ,i0or w e-8wmg fatigue set In. Ne

. -i. 1 1 . t. i ,vuauc9i iiiu naiiapa miinwra. :

in cuiriwn ne was round bm it !..... m. u :.r. : ;

er. Dea stolon soma hL.l.-,"2 iV.J,". ,w" ll?eir I,D-

Boston Crisfr.hal i,wc m aim laooraiory specimens 10
""r?.!1.-.""00'1- ,., ,. laboratories ,i ,th u.S H e v a 1

ine report: seaman Jnnaa u a ,.

tim of arsenic Doisonine." tha

Maiazina aaid '.

It said that CTA'and lfmhno.

officials, went to work inva.tivat.

ing U.S. and .Italian rmnlnvu at

. I. ...,,. 1 r

me vuia wnere airs, ijico l vad

and at the Embassy. All renorta

wara naff.tiva

ume a id a number of dis-
COTinnactad laad. a.int.J k.

bedroem. Mrs. Lure had notlr.d
heavy, footfalls s h a k I n g the
beams of the ceiling as servants
Jn the room ebeve went about
their chore. She also noticed
that her morning coffee always
tasted bitter and that she alweyt
folt worse In the momingsi
Then a renairman fixing a ra.

Ord Slaver for har hadmnm rannr

ed that its mechanism was clog clogged
ged clogged With whita dust and narti.la.

. r
of paint.

CIA Sffenfs confirm ad that fnr

more than 20 months the Ambas

sador had been hreathina1 ai-cani

fumes and eatine food nowdcrad

with arsenic.

The msgazine said that the-discovery
was made more than a

year ago.

.ail "h.a

. .... j k &

genera health is ereativ mnnw.

ed, and she 1s scheduled to lesve

mis week ior a three-week Med Mediterranean
iterranean Mediterranean cruise." .,

present according to informed

sources. Peru and Bolivia will
send: their Presidents-elect. E7
Salvador la expected to do the
same, . '"
The Presidents' 1 program will
lo into full swing on Saturday
morning when they visit the
Prasidant nf Panama at, j tha

Presidential, Palace at It a.m

the morning after their arrival
here.

Following a luncheon tender-

it Tn? Ruuests XP1 turn host
wh,en they will tender a
ption ln honor-of President
and Mrs, Arias at Hotel Ei Pan Panama
ama Panama thus vindln .....

ipacked two-day program"

That evening at 9, President
Arias will decorate the visitinr

prealdentg with the order of
anuI Amador Guerrero at
the Presidential Palace, fol followed
lowed followed by a rale reception,
wh'h w highlight the day s
activities. This will be held at
she Union Clob.
Speaklne- : (If bp m ftaf1nmel4a.

radio network, he urged Pana
manlans to riisniav that

ness nf anlrlt" n .,hi.u k.

they are capable.

Emnhaslxlntr that th.

.- n v. u aiiHuia
meetlne is nnnraradant.rf r.

ama's Chief Executive

out that this Is the first tima
an Amerlnan natlm I.

such a diatinctinn ;

''For that raaann v,. .'jLj

now that, tva ... .'

prominent nnxitirm hafnr. tu.

eyes of the world, our conduct
should be insofar as discretion
and courtesy are concerned, in
keenlne- with mtr t.ii

spirit of hospitality

He said "The' mwl in i v. t

'ft vh A IvOI-
dents la nnt fnr th.

honoring a particular group, a
political f party, nor even the
government over which I pre preside.
side. preside. It i. tha antlra s.n.-.

nlan nation... and onlv th

Panamanian nation which will
be honored here.; .by the rulers
and ambassadors of all the sis-

""wniliR w iiMiViivvu ,iub,-inuu .UlUnqOHUUI UI &U mC Si
ed in their honor, the chief ex ter nations f the continent."

rv.uwcs ut aiuic win paiwtipaw:

In a 4 p.m. session of the OAS
Council to be held at Bolivar
Hall, Speeches by the president
of the Boll varian Society of

Panama and tha AAA vlra.nra.

ident will be heard.

.. v MNEA Telephoto)
HEADING FOR WORK President Elienhower waved to well well-wishers
wishers well-wishers as he left his Gettysburg, Pa. farm for the White
House In Washington. He had bren convalescing on the farm.

for two weeks alter this emergency operation, ', v

rresiaent Aria, aridad

of warning also. He said the gov government.
ernment. government. With tha "llnr.e.t.lt

ed cooperation of the entire cit

izenry is auty pound to preserve
order and composure."

Aug. 13 New Dato

For Canal Zone

Operation Alert'1

The orjrtir VWilUn s4MM..i

test, "Operation ..Alert 19o6
which was scheduled for next Fri Friday
day Friday in the Canal Zona h.. v..-

postponed until Monday, August
13, it was announced yesterday at
Balboa Heights.
The varimi rna1 7n .i..:i!.

defense personnel to take part in

uic imuuk weie noimea of the.
postponement by Philip L. Dade
chief of civil defense.
- 'The additional time for training
and organization win nn ,4kt v.

- ..... ..v uumui. V15
valuable to all of us," the civil
defense chief said in his memo memorandum.
randum. memorandum. Plans for tha 7n.

test next month

forward along t- .Jm, ijnM
tnnsa for tha : .. .:

iff planned, be a.. aqed.



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0 v DEMOCRATIC KEYNOTER jCPOSEN
Bit: t ?:;;":
J la a previous letter to the Mail Be about Governor Frank
Cfc Clemens of Tennessee, It was suggested that he might make
the -keynote speech at tne DempcrauEJSational convention in
Chicago next month, last Tuesday the choice was confirmed
fey vie Democratic leaders. iivv. 'l.iwv,
Governor. Clement Is only 38 years old, which Is youthful,
af least compared to the age or the prospective Republican no nominee
minee nominee for President. He may also come Up with the nomina nomination
tion nomination for Vfce;l!resident, particularly, t the first placed given
to- Adlai BUwenson, as now appears Itolyv v;
' Governot Clement' Is noied as a convincing and stralgbt stralgbt-tsdling
tsdling stralgbt-tsdling speaker. He Is not an "orator"-, ofc-th: Nixon; type,; He
does not deal in double talk and sly smears. He doesn't leave
anybody in doubt about what ne means or where he stands on
the pohticaUssues. He should prove ;a;ijarmonizer and dis dis-appoliitment
appoliitment dis-appoliitment 'the Republican Party fchich is hoping tq split
the DemoctitsV ; s- fir- r iV K., i't- V
1 r Governor Clement has already announced that he will op oppose
pose oppose any thirif party move in the Saath ovef the clvU tights
plank in the Democratic platform. He added that any plank
accepted by the Northern and Southern Democrats on integra integration
tion integration would "indicate an attitude of respect for each other." He
wUl lead Tennessee's delegates to the uvantipn and is stfpect stfpect-td
td stfpect-td to vote them for Adlai Stevenson. ri; :
- Although Tennessee went RepubllcSnln 1952, it won't hap hapten
ten hapten that way next November, according to Governor Clement Clement-He.
He. Clement-He. said: "Tennessee was swept off her feet by the glamor and
flitter of bras3 . but people have learned that you den elect
man, you elect a party, The Republicans Patty is. the -patty
of privilege, the party that turned Its back on T.VA. in('ren-neMee.--
.y...;.
He is not the type to prove young Jim Hagerty's prediction
that "the Democrats are going to conduct a tough and dirty

of advertising clubs; but inappiopriatwy on the same program
with that cl-an, young "oratoi- vice President Nixoh. In ml

iBR- J I ULvaAJ W M euvaiMUB -jr

)irv ortrHstn salps talk Nixon
Democrat
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civil riehta

is a vote lor aaswanu.v .,. v ir?ftvi.t. ah i th. tir h.'.h,

I do not admire Senator Eastiana nor ms siana on ;r;v -r-. 37 1

and would not vote for him. although I am a Dem-irr. w 1

ocrat But I do not see how vote for Senator -Lehman of
New York, Senator Kennedy of Massachusetts, Senator Douglas
of Illinois, or Senator Morse, can be construed as a vote for
ISastland even by an imagination as elastic as Nixon's. Certainly,-Vice
President Nixon would not ijree that a vote for Sen Senator
ator Senator Ives, one of the most distinguished Republicans in the
Senate would be a vote for Senator McCarthy.

SEGREGATION VS
Sir;
. In these days of the very

versus desegregation in some of the Protestant Churches in the
States, it wonld be interesting to know exactly how the churches
in the Canai Xona stand in this quite vital matter, -' V
- I fil aps, fr' example, the. parse, In th Firsts Baptist
C" rch in Ball oa Heights and the Uui n Churches in Balboa
a 4 Cristobal fpvl& state dearly and unequivocally whether the
"brotherhood of Man,", which they preach, includes the wel welcoming
coming welcoming in, and the feilowshipping with, colored men and women
in their churches as members and whether colored (children will
now be cordially received in their Sunday schools. rT'
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Labor: News
Comment:

By VICTOR EXES EL
Clear it with Tito.
, . t
Those are the orders from Moscow-
to its satellite Communist
Parties everywhere. This Doliti-
cai playboy of the western world
is now Moscow's business agent
in cnarge of the Communist In International
ternational International newest strategy
wmcn is onered nere as an un
pleasant thought now that he is
once again planning to run tut
Communist land with American
dollars. .:
I use the term Communist land
advisedly. Once, when dining with
Tito's ambassador to the UN. I
referred to Yugoslavia as
"Socialist." He insisted that I call
his government "Communist.'' So
Titoit reunion in Moscow did not
coma with any d i f f I c u H soul
searching. Now, any Communist
going to Moscow, as Tito did re
cently, journeys specifically for
briefing and' assignment.
Marshal Tito's assignment, ac according
cording according to intelligence gatherers
who should know, is to convince
the West that the Communist Par Parties
ties Parties outside Russia are really non non-subversive
subversive non-subversive little chowder and
marching societies. Tito's job, es especially,
pecially, especially, Is to direct the strategy
of the Communist Parties every
where in the drive to make them
look good enough for the Socialists
to join with them in "popular
fronts." ':
Now this may not impress you
for the moment on your way to
the beach or your vacation resort.
But it will impress you; all right,
if you stop for a second, and real realize
ize realize just how powerful is, the
Socialist international
The Socialists have some 50,000 50,000-000
000 50,000-000 members and. followers
throughout the world. They, con
trol strategic unions. They run
p.. a a
;L?i?"-
".;w' "m""' v..-.
the Fund For The Republic.
Just to call the roll of important
Socialist Parties, let me list for
yqu the British Labor Party,, the
French Socialist Party, now
governing France and the Italian
Socialist Party, now supplying the
Communists with over ..,2,000,000
votes.
There is the German Social
Democratic Party, now fighting
bitterly against rearmament,, of
G e r m n y, and .. the Japanese
Socialist Party, doing similar work
in Tokyo. Socialist Parties govern
or are in thejabinets of the Low
lands and the Scandinavian state
IA11 are based on the labor federa
tions m their countries. At their
word there could bea getteral
strike which could paralyze half
the western world. .-
It doesn't take-much cloak! and
daggering to realize that Marshal
Tito's assignment is a weighty one
indeed and that our donation of
billions of dollars to him has not
prevented the Yogoslav from ty ty-ini
ini ty-ini up with Khrushchev and Co.
as their satar-salesman, k
If Tito- succeeds in tyinB.the
SociausU. and Communist. Parties
into one political knot by waking
the Communist outfits around the
world look like houseclfeaned and
house broken independent political
groups, he will have made good
where Moscow failed under btaun.
He will have succeeded in pushing
the communists right into the most
vital governments of the world
ana win nave started uie procent
of turning all our friends neutral
against us. ,t
Evidence of Tito's Influence can
be seen in the fact that Palmiero
Togliatti, leader of the Italian
Communist Party (biggest outside
of Russia and China) cleared ms
tactics with Tito. Not too long ago.
Toellatti was told by Khrushchev s
staff to write a speech attacking
Moscow. This is called disinforma
tion you say one thing when
you really mean something else.
The point was to make it appear
that the Communist Parties out outside
side outside Moscow now are independent.
Then Toeliattl. absolutely and
positively, cleared it with iito
the time, place 'and conversations
are known to those inr Washington
who should 'know. r x ; c
Tito then, cleared tne tactic" and
speech. So you just wait and see
what we get, back for Jhose billions
we hay? given1 Tito, i.theTrojas
Horse man.- -: '' f
DUNKING v
OLD SAYBROOK. t?onn. -tJP)
Firemen couldn't reach a blaze
with their equipment but tney
brought it "under control quickly.
They ripped up burning- planks
from s bridge and dropped them
into the river below. ; ,

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WASHINGTON (NEAT
Creation of a Cabinet ad visbryi
aamm!,..- . .... J ............
committee to study government's
aids, to small business has caused
a number of people to look closer1
to see what if anything aid
small business.
It is normal tq t expect some something
thing something like this in an election year.
Next to Home, Mother, the Flag
ano me farmer, tne email Bus
inessman is dearest to the heart
of the politician running for. office.
And when he speaks, to some
knife-and-fork meeting of a trade
association, the small business businessman
man businessman may go from fifth to third
priority.;;: .... ,t ;
No less an authority than, the
V-S. Chamber of, Commerce, how however,
ever, however, debimks the JdcS that smU
basinesr ii sii-k.WtWg a number
of recent congressional statements
that "small business Is virtually
in a s t a t e of depression." the
U.S.C.C. "Economic Intelligence"
lotter says. "The facts don't bear
out the critics' words- at all."
The Chamber' is not entirely
convincing in its evidence. It is
drawn- from statistics on incor
porated businesses with assets of;
less, than $250,000. Their profits
were 57 per cent higher in 1955
than in 1954. But corporations'

comprise oniy one-sevemn, orimerce "ourvey 01 current nusi-1

600,000, out of 4.2' million U.S.1
private urms.
. u.a. business growth since the
end of the war has been phenora-l
enal. The 8.3 million firms in bus-

Hieso weiB cut iu .o miuiun aijjiqujuiieu wimu two years, a

uie ena 111 una, uui ciimuea oaca
w m luiiuuu uy aim up vu
THI WORST CRIME
I I
juvcijr aiunsDiuE uiauircs a
surge of pity for the victim a
profound sense of compassion for
the parents and cold outrage di directed
rected directed against perpetrators of the
crime. ,The Weinberger case has
some similarities with the Llnd-
bergh kidnaping. In the Lindbergh
case all newspapers agreed to!
withold publication of the ransom
note. .Until they learned the note
had been circulated by a syndi syndicate,
cate, syndicate, .Every kidnaping brings
out the unspeakables and tba lun lunacies
acies lunacies slithering out, of the dark
ness ot tneir minds. In the Wein Weinberger
berger Weinberger case it was The Things
who. were nabbed in a shakedown
plot. V ..The Lindbergh' tragedy
had Gaston B. Means who wan
gled $100,000 from. Mrs.. McLean
of Washington on the criminally
iaise pretense that he could ob
tain release of the child,
i ; ;f. . ;
Loathsome is a rather mild de
scriptive for sub-humans roused
by a kidnaping: Those who en-
gage in hoaxes, false tins and
phony phone calls. ..'.You may'
be stunned to discover that somel
AVM man ft thfnnt n 4A n.tnta l
the victim, fter Bruno Haupt-
mann was convicted for the
nan-murder of the Lindbergh baby!
the Lindberghs received scads of
letters threatening the murder oft
ineir oincr son. .

Walter Winchell I n New Ydni

The Lindbergh kidnap story bad late. That helps explain the over over-a
a over-a tremendous Imnact. .It was Danulated clinks.

rarely out of the papers for 4,
years. '; .It immediately affected
the law of the land. .Soon after
the crime was committed Con
gress enacted a 1 law which ex-1
panded the power of Federal agents
in the fight against kidnapers.
Frederick Lewis -Allen's book.1
-
"Since Yesterday." described some
tne dramatic details
"More
police and reporters arrived; the

nearest railroad station was trans-ber

formed into a newspaper head-' SC. .They launched an ingeni ingeni-quarters;
quarters; ingeni-quarters; news about the Lind-jous experiment. .By elimination
bergh baby crowded everything' and tests Norman Miller and
else to the' back pages of the pa-Sidney Lehrer finally established
pers; President Hoover Issued a (lareely by the shape of the seats

statement," the Governor of New

Middleman

4,.. I f j ,, mi I II ;!-''"- I 4

Aiding Small Business
By PETER EDSON

4.0 million by 1948.
There was a net gain of 50,000
A qnAiuin 4k. .
year, or 200,000, in the next
.four years. The number has aver
aged around 4.2 million since
then, being 4,252,000 at the end1
of 1955. 1

A record 374,200 new businesses may have been sound but lacked
were established last year. But capital, credit, know-how, labor,
311,000 disappeared and 321,000 materials or marketing ex exchanged
changed exchanged ownership., The net gain perience.
was 63,000. rf,.' i i The U.S. government maintains

Most email businesses are of.

course unincorporated, seventy- business: Since the great depres depres-five
five depres-five per cent have fewer than jsion there have been Rcconstruc Rcconstruc-four
four Rcconstruc-four employes. Statistics on these tioh Finance Corp., Smaller War
smallest businesses aren't too'Pltnts Corp. and now Small
good. ; ..:,;'; i Business Administration. In De-

Failures on incorporated busi
nesses rose 24 per cent January,
1954, through December, 1954. But
they were offset by new. busipess
incorporations -r up 46 per cent

in we same ume...... ." meiense are special-offices set up
Dunn a Bradstreet reported that. to aid small business. The. affairs

Business laitures nave oeen run
U1UK
we el
g at the rate of 238 to 279 a
ek in May, as against 203 to
237 a
weex in may,, 1955. The
number is up but, the percentage:
vi au uunuess junus is oovra..

What is not generally realized depressed 30't, the war-torn 40's
is that it is normal for small'snd early booming M's.
btisioess" to .have a high death1, ,.r ; .

rate. A U.S. Department of Com-I
ness" report last December,
snowed mat tne median U.S. bust-
ness was only seven years old.
Half the new firms estahlished
from 1946 to 1954 were sold or
new Dusiness nas one cnance in
uuec m surviving jour years one
Jersey held police conferences, an-
ti kidnaping bills were prepared by
leeuiamn 111 aevnri atataa th
New York Times reported getting
(in a single day) 3.331 ohone calls
asking for the latest news. .Bi .Bishop
shop .Bishop Manning of New York sent
his clergy a special prayer for
immediate use declaring 'In
a ease like this we cannot wait
until Sunday. William Green asked
members of the American Feder Federation
ation Federation of Labor to aid in the hunt
for the criminal, .Clergymen of
tnree denominations prayed over
the, radio for the boy's deliver-ance.:V-.,
. ,? s
The Barker sang flourished un
til they kidnaped St. Paul's Ed Edward
ward Edward G. Bremer.. .He .was fin
ally released on payment of $200.-
000 ransom. ..Mr, Bremer remem remembered
bered remembered where the abductors stotmad
I to refuel, A search uncovered 4
gasoline cans. .One contained a
fingerprint. That was "Goodbye
ni. 1 : is m w 1 a w
vaarue lor career ti to,
After Alvin Karpis (of the Bar-
kar itnii vn lontsncari lit
imprisonment he wrote a friend:
"I suppose by now you realize
.1. -. 1 1 Ml!it :

In other words, stay On the straight
kid-'and narrow oath. You mv thinir

that rather1 srange coming from
me but I should know." ;
Criminals rarely learn that
crune ooesn t pay untu it's too
Norman Miller and Sidney Leh-
rer (teen-agers) were abducted
in Brooklyn some years aao. .
Ransom was paid and they were
released. .Although Norman and
Sidney were blindfolded they were
remarkably observant. .They
memorized the sound of the motor,
and the feel of the car teats. .1
Shortly after their freedom nnl.
ice learned that the license num-
of the kidnan car besan with
and the sound of the motors) that

, chance in five that it will survive

10 years
Y. : .l
It is this, low survival rata that
is the real cause of worry. Manv
ill-conceived business enterprises
that fail should never have been
started in the first place. Others
many services to help small
partment of Commerce, Depart Department
ment Department of Justice, Federal Trade
Commissions liausins and Home
Finance ; Agency nd the orocure-
ment services i of Department of
or smau ousmess have been in
vestigated repeatedly by Congress,
Complaints from small business
firms to government are continu-
out. But they are, said to be no
more irequent now than la tne
The new Cabinet .Committee
under Dr. Arthur F, Burns, chair
man of the President's Council of
Economic Advisers, is now study.
ma. ail exiitina sovernment small
business aid programs. Eventual-
ly it will recommend to the Pres-
idem wnat else might be done to
help the free, privatg enterprise
system stand on Its own feet.
the car was a Packard Six club
coupe 1937 model.
. Result: Dumdeedumdum.
Deputy inspector. Raymond Mar
tin of the 110th Precinct (who
broke down the Weinberger kidnap
hoaxers Robert Giebler and Gor Gordon
don Gordon Rowell) revealed that he has
a son who went to school with
Giebler. .Inspector Martin worked
on that angle to force Giebler's con confession
fession confession that he and Rowel) did call
the agonized mother.
'v... ...... .. ... '. .,
Both these bums should get 1000
years for the unprintable anti-
Semitic insults they reportedly
shrieked at Mr.' and Mrs. Wein
berger in their seven phoned ran
som demands., ;
The Devil weaves itrange- stor stories
ies stories out of perverted egos. .The
conceit of tome public enemies
often verges on pure tnobbry. .
Strangely enough, the underworld
has a rigid caste system. -The
aforementioned Alvin Karpis' rec record
ord record included bank-robbing, kidnap kidnaping
ing kidnaping and murder. After police
put tne hoops on him sa official
called him a hoodlum. .Karpis
was astonished by what he con considered
sidered considered a breach of etiquette. "I
am not a hoodlum," he sulked.
"I'm .a thief." ,v-;:
' The mobster explained the Sub Subtle
tle Subtle difference: "A thief is any anybody
body anybody who works for a living like
robbing a bank or kidnaping tome tome-body.
body. tome-body. He really gives some effort
to bis work. A hoodlum is a lousy
scum who works for gangsters
and bumps guys off,"
Tht Charlie Ross kidnabinfc' was
a prolonged clue-chaser. ."John-
ny Edgar" (as FDR called him)
and his agents followed a trail
which led from Chlcaeo to Miami
to California and into tha mnnn-
tains of Minnesota and Wisconsin
After the kidnaper was cellared
a strapping Wisconsin woodsman
vigorously shook the hand of J.
Edgar Hoover. "Mr. Hoover," he
boomed, "I didn't think you were
much of a President, but you are
hell of a o6d detective.

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WASHINGTON Rarely does 'was wondering why you didn't us
the House Foreign Affairs Cora- ileitis? We know about that."
mittee hold an open meeting. It is "Perhaps there hat been enough
one of the most secretive commit- taid about that, Doctor," inter'
tees of Congress, and as a result rupted Rep. HR. Gross of Iowa,!
its members speak freely. They, also a Republican, hoping ot
figure that what they say will not'ehange toe subject v
leak to the press, and it seldom' "Welt, I wont say anything,
does. v I about that replied Dr. Stubbs,
However, here is what haDoened.nBut T will u th-t tha nimni

at a recent closed-door meeting
when the secrecy ban was tighter
man ever oecausc the subject
under discussion was the press.
Democratic Rep. Wayne of Ohio
proposed a novel idea to his col colleagues
leagues colleagues to invite columnists and
commentators who deal with for foreign
eign foreign affairs to present their viewi
before the committee.
"I have no special eolumnista or
commentators in mind." declared
Hays. "I would bring in the out
standing ones who write for the
newspapers or make a soeclaltT
of foreign affairs in radio and;
television programs. ; This is a.
field of opinion the .committee
hasn't tapped, and it might be
well for the committee to cive
some thought to the mater."
Lommitee members mentioned
the names of Walter LiDDmann
and one or two other commenta
tors, when someone said:
"How about 'Drew Pearson? We
couldn't overlook him."
"Well,' I don't think that would
be a bad idea." Hays replied. "We
could do worse tharr" Drew Pear Pearson.
son. Pearson. He has traveled widely and
has ideas. His idea for peace
ballons. for instance, was a very
J:ood one and should have been
ollowed up more by the govern
ment. .,-.
"Drew 'Pearson comes from a
Quaker background, and the Quak-J
en nave a 10ns record of aovoeat
ing peace and better understand
ing between nations."
NIWLNAMI FOR PI ARSON

At this point Rep. Walter 'M':'W.pWoj(

(R.. Minn;) spoke ud rather an-
irily: ;. j.
"Wll T'va ant klC HluitVan rlrh
you, I know something about
' Pearson's family. The father and
mnlhap and tha roc rt famil.l
were aweet naonle. hut I can't
the same for Drew Pearson; ii
1111.1. .1

"You're just talicing like that"1 nim wiuin, w-,
because Pearson haseen a Uttlei American. scUvities. ;
rough on the Republicans," Hays', ; ,? oil .recaU, Mr.; Miller"
replied. "He's also been rough on bellowed Arens waving dog-eared f
the Democrats, s Remember ; the' $91 in ,hTls 19p
names Harry Truman called him. he Srier "ard Jst wf)to i"
Or maybe you're sore because he' Daily Worker that you ought
has been telling the truth aboutl "ned playwright pf the?
the President's health." I iear-J?e,e,l" ot m PUy
Referring to the fact that Judd Crucible.?" :; .;,;.. j A
has an M.D. degree, Hays con- ; '..
tinued; ' Yes, sdmitled Miller,, he. Com-ti
"The trouble with you doctors is munists had -praised 1 "The "The-that
that "The-that you can't abide mHical! Crucible." But wasn't Arfns over over-opinions
opinions over-opinions from, outsiders.; Vajbe.''""1!? the fact that 1. .1 a.o
Jbpc, now that you are a mcmbn : ;mbted "Dr. .a of a 4 O -n'
ftt T!nnprs''-nii ara .vlnnrlinci a Year, earlier? "'

these prejudices to the political
iieio.
WRONG ANSWIRS
Congressman Joel Broyhill of
Virginia is a good Republican who
devoutly hopes Eisenhower will
run again and doesn't want too
much questioning of bis health.
But inadvertent' he stumbled

into the wrong answers when he wouldn't hate anything to do with
questioned Dr. Donald H. Stubbs them. It's one thing to criticize
of the Blue Shield Associations be- your own- country- her at home
fore the House Civil Service'but it's a completely different
Committee. - j matter to criticize it. in front of
Dr. Stubbs was opposing sn foreigner!. I love this country aa4
. a . F W t w a m la. J SLl.h

EMennower administration nroooa-
al to insure federal employees
against sky-high medical
expenses. ..... ....
He cited three typical operations
on persons in their sixties to con convince
vince convince the congressmen that a fed federal
eral federal employe who hat private
Blue Shield protection would lose
financially if the administration
insurance plan is enacted.
"I imagine that there it one fl fl-histraiton
histraiton fl-histraiton with which many of the
members of this committee are
familiar," commented Broyhill. "I
ACROSS' TWar fed
' 1 President's Interpret
wife, Caroline One who
Lavinla
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wife of
Benjamin
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27 Eagle's nest
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S3 Utmost extent
35 Sd covering
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on oase seven is an examola of
an involved abdominal operation

witn eompucanons.'' t v-
"Is there any danger of recur recurrence
rence recurrence here?" inquired Congress -man
Broyhill. .- ?
"I think that medical Uterature.-,
is filled with evidence of the like-,
lihood of recurrence of almost any
diteate in any person over 60
if he doesnt die from it the first'
time," sid Dr. Stubbs. v
4'Thank you for the limitation,!
Doctor," murmured Rep.. Broy
hill, quickly changing the subject,
HEAVY DRINK I R -f I R 0
President Eisenhower sent a
friendly letter to R.B. McLeaish,
the ousted Farmers Home AdVf
ministrator, thanking him for his
"valuable assistance and wishing.!
him "health and happiness." ;
Apparently lie overlooked tha-.
(act that McLeaish was fired for'
excessive drinking; He also forgot,
the fact that on Sept. 20, 1952,,
candidate Eisenhower said in St.
Louis: "From the beginning ws
will bring into -the government.,
men and women to whom low
public morals are unthinkable, i.
"Thus we'Will'.not only drivaj
wrongdoers and their cronies out
of the government," said. cani"
didate Eisenhower, "we will 'nuke,:
sure that they do not get into

the government in the first
itpiace.-
.Note McLeaish was hired be
cause he was a close friend of
Ike's friend, Governor Shivers of
Texas,1 and retained in office for.
Agricui ure aenson, a incv
'Moraoni oepiores aruuung. ..r
to What, Mr. Arms?

Arthur Miller, noted playwright ..."

vnd husband of Marilyn Monroe,.
fWM bemg quizzed, harried, and j
iiriiiMi nv Kicnarn Arn. ponnipi
Moreover said Miller, '-my ,i
plays have been produced, by the v
State Theater of Generalissimo
Franco in Spain at well.
"After I was denied. passport
in 1952; reporters from JEuropean.
newspapers came do roe; most of -them
from right-wing papers in
Ffanee,". said MHu
I wanted me to make
eriticizing eur governn
ler- r'-iney.r
Statements :
sovernment. but I.'.
I am nrouu or u, ana mm
Democracy is the only way for
people to live." :
Df IR COMIS TO STAY
. DE SMET, S.D.-(UP) A deer
made itself at home at the Odis
Paulson residence here after
greeting the Paulson children with
licks. After feeding U the Pat'
sons can't seem to get rid" of the
deer. It especially likes to look at
itself in a : large mirror,
' Answer to Previous Funis,-
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I brd-Pressed Theater Oivners
Urge 10 PercentiTax Decrease

WASHINGTON,"'' July 17. (UP VV
The House. Ways -i Means- Com Committee
mittee Committee voted yesterday to cance.
the 18 per ent federal excise tax
on tickets to movies, plays con concerts,
certs, concerts, sports events and similar a-m-Kements
costing $1 .or,iess--4
The exemption naw i M cents.
Incrtasina H to
Km Treasury stlmatad 7
:ni- j.ii.r m nr in reve

wie. The administration hA?H

swsach any tax rtWwn ?
sesslM f Congress. ; ;
llie committee action was taken

session. Jome ri"'"'"-""T.m
that President Eisenhower would

veto the bill u k we

Mr Eisenhower in April-W53-
tew months after taking office--Jetd..
similar exempt aU
jsjiovie tickets tfrom.
tuld not hve affected dmin-

sions to other amusement

ports events. ;

Chances of i the new W passu.
both House and Senate before ad adjournment
journment adjournment appeared doubtful: Sev.
eral committee f msa
vately it had almost no chance

inoasor of the new, measure, said
heKed to get recogniUoa from
shaker Sam Rayburn (D-Tex.) to

n the bill up in the House

But he said Jie.had received no

promises yev -.-. :,.;..

. The bill was'puahed by Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood theater owners whoso busi
nes has boon hard-hit in recent
years by the advent of televi television.
sion. television. King said his bill wovld
"save 5,000 movie houses from
going out of business."-

" Armrdinir to industry estimates.

tK. hilt wnnlit affect 10.145 of the

nation's 19,211. movie theatres,

where admissions ranse trom ai

cents, to U. KC.-:-,l"-:l

rtt tha remainder. 1.857 movie

theatres charge' admissions of 50

cents or less ana,, xneir pairons,
thus,. are exempt irom the tax.
Only 109 theatres charge, admis admissions
sions admissions of over $1,00. ,.v' v- "-v-.
Gambler Shot Dead

May Have Si;

Too Many lOUs

'limr-Old Greek
To Di3 For Slaying

Crilish Policeman

s
:
L

py.

NICOSIA, Cypros, 'UP2
-'A British judge sentenced ana

i tor one muraec w
ary poUcem.n- killed by a bomb
thrown into his quarter! two
K0a6S:. P."n.vi h the first

death undet1 emergency regu-

Ishnd, althougn a nun ucr

men (nave ?vv." ; t, i

' cosia prison.' Two of them are to

hang tonigni. ,: :
Stockings Draped
.In Bathroom Cause
Shooting Spree ;

HA"Tr N. fnL Julv 17 fUP)

A i ivort' crdav Jjcu
charges of uiraally tUschargmg a
firearm t use-he lost : his-temper
when he found-; his wife; had
left her stockings hanging in the
bathroom. .. :
Jouzas Dockaitis told" police" he
' became angrrwhen he went for a
bath and found his wife V. stock stockings
ings stockings "draped around the- place.''
He eformed out to the street aai
strode np- and down the-sidewalk,
firing shots from his 2 caliber
automatic pistol, j:v t:?.
t : a ; f it

wfTTTnlM Out JuW 17 (UP)

Police, said yesterday an immi

grant gambler louna snoi w uwu
on a lonely road near here may
h. Wit taken for a ""last ride

by an imported gunman "because

he had signed too many

Anton Kjuternoga, at, aisu nuwu
as "D P Tony" and "little Rocco

Perri,",was shot twice in the len

temple Saturday cv -r'r

tn. Klsie. 2.. described

1UO T r-

Kuternoga as "just, a bady fho

would kneel oy nis oea annj

his prayers every. .mgnu .,. Ki

last seen'leavlng

. ..o.i.rnf aarlv StllHV tft at

tend a pre-daWh gamming session.
A waitress at the restaurant told
J;m h in have takfin her

home at two a.m., but. instead he
kissed her goodbye, and told her

he was going to nave. "a. game oi

icarda- with -the- boysW

Cuba Oppositionist

Challenged To Duel

FolloYinq Telecast

... i I! . -.V-..

. JtlA V Ail A, vuua, wuijr ii yvi i
ftnnnHinn Mader Jose Pardo Lla-

Ida was greeted 'with a challenge

to a duel when he left ms appear

ance on television prujuiu
II 1 .U MM0BI 1 n ot t(fhf

Congrrssman Rafae Diaz Bal-

art tnot t'arMo at ine ooor to ten

-.-.,"r- .- t. ' -.v sBTiiTiramatiiiiiiiiiiiii m iiiiuibii iMniui

;rii-v,: i ........ it II

..V,. :

' -. ...Vi roiinl tranw nTtiniulwiTiAliIS rnli1 Pronlr n Uillu '' rim.

"haDel to' (left to right) Cot EL: Ryan," Fort Kobbe. Chaplain, Lt. Merritt W. Dayton, Fort
Cf-iT,:.!? rm,,. Rorirnwlte. .sststant director- tJSO.; JWB. Ralhoa Thl

chapel will serve three major denominations. It is the ilrst chapel to be designed' primarily
for tropical areas.' It was formally dedicated v Sunday. X -i r (U.S. Army Photo)

JS Exporter Sells
Steel To Russia

Despite Strike

WASHINGTON. July 17 (UP)
A Pnvfrnmnt nnkfKman rtiurlnscrt

today that an exporter is shipping

muiiou worm oi sneei sieei vo
Bussii despite the steel' strike
wl-'ch is- reducing U.S. supplies.
The commerce department spok-
enmn ssirl th nnnrt lifpn.wi v

issued with top-level government
approval six weeks before the steel

workers walked out.

H riarlinoil tn ffivK tho. nam

- ..
nf thA hnainicm0n nn ffrnnnHs in

formation about export licenses is
confidential, i

The 7,800 ton steel shipment is
destined for a government-owned

auta factory in the Soviet Union.

.The spokesman said the sale

wai authorized after study by a

committee of state ana aeiense
officials and central intelligence a-

gency representatives-. They decid

ed there is an adequate suppiy ot

steel sheets in wis country ana

that sales to iron uinain coun

triMtp a?a tint hannpd.

Asked if there would be! similar
shipments in the future the spokes-

nun saia eacn case wouia oe juag
nn its nun mArits.

According to the spokesman, no
U.S. interests have sold sheet steel

to Russia since 1947,, 4 ;

Sinclair Weeks
Feels Tax System
Should Be Revised

WASHINGTON. Julv 17 fUP

Commerce Secretary Sinclair
Weeks believes the' Federal in

come tax system "should be over

hauled. .v--i -. -i

'W ilffnwnH much inn lrff1 on

income tax both income from in

dividual and Wome from business
AtHihmentxertorale and oth

erwise," the Commerce Secretary

said yesterday. .!.

TT Hcril4 hf : nresent 1 tat

Ttm a "hair trieeer set "UD"

that would leave the government

short of revenue "a DUiinesa

should get very bad."
.. -. :- -i -- '"
WmVi mad the statement oa

the filmed television program "Re

porters Kounaup. ae on ns
hnwevAr. tuceest any alternative)

1 methods oi producing revenue.

PURE

DELiaOtS

Fresh as all outdoors

C

Nehru

Adenauer Ag

Depends 0

ree

n Disarmament Pact

'-".:V (-,

tt .' T..1 17 fTTPl -Tf U (1m ium laailarr nartlru-

Thoprime .ministers of I n d i alarly emphasized means for redue-;

and West r uermany rU' iub ue imu w. - - i
."t. Vi iu. u." 4- a I "ThAv ain-Al that a iweenine

kweeWn t01Sr4nmeufc pavi. wvuioaiiauicm a6Aawasi.r vav v..

adequate inspections ana cuuuiHB.-iuapcL-uuu; m wwuui ..o0,

Wnef Harmon Chancellor Kon-

rad Adenauer and Jndian Premier
i.nmhariai Nehru exnressed their

views in: a joint, siarement wsucu

at the enq ot inree aays v

German source io ine Tjm :
ware disappointing mat Ade Ade-nauer
nauer Ade-nauer could not persuade Nehro
to promise that India would not
recogniie the- G e r m a n
Communist fn'tmt. ;
rk. AAmmiininii wfla issued ait-

1UC UlUHUUiUTV."--
er Nehru left here i and was mak

ing, another speecn in .amour
calling for an end tothe cold war
through peaceful negotiations.
The statement -said Nehnr ex expressed
pressed expressed his sympathy" for Ger-
inifiratinn. efforts SS COQ-

iii an i
tribution toward easing European

and international tensions. ; n

l'ut the statement maae no mem

is of the greatest Importance for

tne preservation, ot worm peace

ana tne social progress oi au coun
triebVl &e statement said. F v ;

J h'

hi Hi t ,fn C Joy, ar-. er of the ncihlA mediation by Neh.

Ul iit;uicoiii.ati.vu9,i u n w

llnriRA

challenged iim to 4 duel Of hon

or.

i Godoy, who watched the TV pro program
gram program at home, considered some of

Pardo' ; references personally .in

sulting. He named Diaz Balart and
Abeiardo Valdes Astolfl as his sec-
)UdS. it -'s !') --I
Pardo accepted the' challenge
inA aaid- he would designate his

seconds as soon as possioie

ton and Moscow Nehru told re-

Iporterr Saturday e; woura: not -m

. The ; communlciue anneunetd
that West Germany was tprtpar.
d to contributtf technical hela
te India's second five-yeaf eeo-

nnh an a r n m a ii t chiefs

strengthened their belief in demo-

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which am directed towards the

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a -L!. -SkT:i.!g. Vl...nLkk... TilUff inlofAf Uafchol flaVarffi 7hllaTAV

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Mrisrnw. Juiv iT fupy An

East German, government delega delegation
tion delegation headed by Premier Otto Gro Gro-tewohl
tewohl Gro-tewohl and Communist chief Wal

ter Ulbricht have begun "Key neg
otiations' here, with Soviet lead

ers."

r '-T-.r i ntraiH i! ifotAcrattnn.

m on this issue) between Washing-jwKich also ihcluded six Cabinet

TYiintctpr nhinced into the Krem

: 1 a

lin talks only a' tew nours aner
arriving by air from East Berlin

yesterday. ; : ;

ThA TTaet fVrmanrnaa announc

ed in Berlin they would discuss a

wide "range or topics witn oviet
looHor indiiiHnff fierman re-uni-

fication, European security, disar

mament ana measures to raise

cracy based on the foundations of the standard of living itt Commu-
. aaJ lMrihf 1t Punt onnlnV '

nlef Poof npTTYinnV

UllJV awuw uvaha (
TtiA fivit ilnlAffatinn in tne

talks was headed by Premier Ni

kolai fiuiganm ana vommunisi.

ke

By Men

Who Surround Him

New York Gov. AvereU Harriman
aIibm.J 1 fl M .

tuaiju jeaieruay mat r resident
Eisenhower is "dominated by the
mn .- AMimit Kin.! - J I II,.i

V""U mill A11U UflJ leit
the decisions" to others during his
administration. :"

Hp.rriman. a ranMof. k.

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w nvsiUIUIlMI1 1111 M 1 1 11 1,

tion, said ,- Mr.?! Eisenhower has

nuiicuijcicu mocn oi nis pow powers"
ers" powers" to subordinates. He said he
based his -chartrea on the tavaIi.

tions 1a Robert J, Donovan's re recent
cent recent "book; 'The Inside Story."
to a television. Interview, the

belief that Mr. Eisenhower is "ve-

He Quoted th Pr.iHpnr a fall

iflff ft rfvntrrsinTin1 rnmmitUo In

1945 that Soviet foreign policy is
sil.... j : j.t.!

for the United States." Me added

mat tne resident exhibited the

aamAi attitnH at- thi 1QM "Sum

mit,' tn APtinff n HAnAva

I 'Warriman -aiiM -.hhmt Ml

Eisenhower Administration the peo
nl nf fnrAiffn landa- 4havA lAai

confidence in us," He ; cited re

cent apparently conflicting state-
manti nn "nAiitraliam'! hv tha Ppah

iripnt. Snrretarv of State John Fos

ter puues ana vice-f resident Kicn

ard M. Wixon. '. -vv--"
"Nnhndv knows where we -stand

nn nputrBlism." he, said. He add

ed that, congressmen considering

foreign am legislation aiso were
"put to an unfair position" by con-

IUCung aamuusuauuu uymwum vu
the status of the cold war,, a

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WASHINGTON, July 17 (UP) (UP)-Xnuia
Xnuia (UP)-Xnuia will begin selling in this
country 'within a fortnight" a
monthly English language picture
mafazint to eive American!

quick and vivid look at Soviet life

and culture.'

It will be called "TJ.S.S.R." and

mm tell lor 20 'cents a copy, or by
subscription at $1.80 a year or $1

lor six months, the Soviet embas
ay said.

, Under an agreement permitting
Sal of the Soviet magazine here.

the United States Information A A-geacy
geacy A-geacy soon will distribute in Rus

sia of a monthly magazine called

-Ameruta."

Final details are yet to be
worked out, USIA officials said,
but present plans call for it to be
made available to the Russian
people through official Russian

distribution agencies.
. There was no indicaiton how

Widely the U.S. publication will

fce sold. It will cost five rubles a

copy. That's bout $1.25 or $1.05

more than the Soviet maeazine

using the official exchange rate of

sour ruDies 10 me dollar.
1 The first issue of "U.S.S.R."
contains a message to the Amer

icans from Soviet Premier Niko

lai A. i BUigaiun. "We are deeply
convinced,' Bulganin says, "that
differences "In ways of life and
political and social systems need
not be an obstacle to friendship
and fruitful cooperation between
ur peoples in advancing peace
and securitv as well as in further furthering
ing furthering economic and cultural infer-
change.".
, Potential readers of the August

usuc niso were promisen:
. a L i .1 it a

A "candid review" of Soviet a- ments

ericulture by Vladimir Matske-

vich, Soviet agriculture minister

who toured the United States last

yea.
A "breezy" report on fortbcom
ing Russian films with "particu
larly timely" suggestions for im
proements of motion picuresev

An article on the "joy" to So

viet, elementary school pupils of

the words school's out."
A series of questions and an

swers by Soviet academician Ignr
Kurchatov on how the "H-bomb

can; be -converted into a boon for

humanity.
A "number of short pieces.

sprinkling of drawings and a ftw

oils oi poetry.
Burmese Troops
Increased At
Red China Border

RANGOON, Burma, July 17

(UF Burmese army troops
nave been assigned to the Burma-

Red China border in the face of

increasing Communist troop con

centrations in the area, reports

published here said yesterday.
The "reports said Burmese -' au

thorities have replaced the union

military police units, norm all;
posted to guarrd the border, withl
regular troops.

The reports carried no sugges

tion of any imminent danger con connected
nected connected with the situaction. But they
laid that Burma had reversed its

bonier policy in reaction to Chi

nese Communist troop move-

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TTZ PANAMA AMERICAS A! INDEPENDENT DAH.T NXWSPAM3C

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visrmG oas delegates will bb feted :.v;
AT LtXCaEON AA'D KECETTION TOMOWQW (
: Forelrn Minister Alberla Boyd and Irt.,By wltt enter-'
I tabs Tisliinc OAS delefates and their vires at a luncheon at
tho Panama Golf Clok tomorrow.
'Tomorrow evenin the President Of Panama Mrs. Xlcardo
: Arias will $iit a reception at the rresidtBcia, In honor of the

GENERAL HARRISON . . .
f ntertaint Prow v
', 1 &1 Amah A 9M.

eral and-Mrs. Lewis V. Highlew Highlew-ter.
ter. Highlew-ter. ,-,'.--.

merican Women's Club wis spon-

for a "Polio" Benefit Dance .for

the Amador Guerrero Hsopital

The dance will be held- at the

Strangevrs Club.. Saturday from

.m, to a.m. Aivgelo Jaspe ana
his orchestra will provide the mu music
sic music Ticket are IS iter couple. : ;

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ma and key personnel of theJJ.S. Visiter

Caribbean Command naa tne op-irer vnapman-Kicua eieaaina
portunity to become acquainted -att Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Chapman
a cocktefl buffet given by General and MissMary I. Chapman arriv arriv-William
William arriv-William K Hajrison at the Jjuar-'ed ty plane' last night from Tola-

ry jdeights Club last nighty

I do, Ohio, to attend the wedding

cip1 nrrion. a eenial host this Friday evening" of their ion

kept" newsmen entertained with and nephew, Dr. Robert A. Ship-

stones or, Aia experiences wuu uiaimiu, io nui wimuij niinc juk&i.

nress in various narts of the world

during hii many years in the serv-
Weber Entertain far
Gw. And Mrs. Harrold
Major and Mrs. Alvin Weber en

tertainea with a cocktail, buffet

Mr. Chapman and Jus sister will

reiurn io ioicuo uy iine yu .ou .ou-day.
day. .ou-day. Mrs, Chapman will spend a
week visiting on the Isthmus.
Bridal Shower

For Miss Hicks

Miss Dorothy lucks wai

Exhibit Ot Paintlnts
tf Sally Knerr ty ':.
In cooperation with the C n a 1

MVII' M- UV WW W,f W
proudly, exhibits in its Art Galle Gallery
ry Gallery the painting of Sallie F i a 1 1

Knerr. On exhibition are scenes of

Virginia, Aew Eodland,. and ?n

mi,,

guest

mir MVthi&r Vi Kohb. homeJof honor at a candleUgbt' ouflet

Frlflay' evening, in honor of Ma j. Ibridal shower Saturday afternoon
General and Mrs; Thomas, l..Har- in the Fern Room of : the TivoU
. il' I "lit- Unnf A '

'Jtmong the S4 .' guests present
were Mrs. Hsrrold's mother Mrs.

Sarah Draper and Brigadier Gen-

INSTANT, ICED TEA IS NEW
HOT WEATHER BLESSING
v ; By OAYNOl MADOOX r
NIATatw and Markets Editar

TaO glasses 'of dear amber Iced

tea jnake even the hottest summer

davs bearable.

' When that tea can th made in-

stantlv. so- much the better.

Tnert a f new, instant ira per
cent tea ym the market that fits
ideally into 'the; summer picture.
Mad, from orange pekoe and pe pekoe
koe pekoe black tea, brewed, flash dried
aad bottled, it is ready .for instant
dissolving.'--. .-. .-vr
. Fir iced tea simply dissolve in
a small amount of boiling water.
Then mix with cold water und ice,
whether for a single glass, or by

e pitcher.
It .produces very food results.
Not quite so good as regular, tea,
but -considering its labor-saving
Sad readiness we. rate, it as a
on m warm weather pleasure.
V Jt enioved it at the home

ef I.oiii'e, f ominent hiT.e
- e.v '.. born -ia Iv for-

' p ; ' i .j tvute in
jc i od fields.
In L iiuart air-conditioned New

York apartmentv near the East

Guest House.

The hostesses were Mrs". Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Knapp, her daughter Miss
Sue E. Knapp. Mrs. Nellroe Smith,

Louis Swafford and her daughter

Miss Fatncia I Swafford.

- Guests who attended were Mea-

dimes and Misses Vera $tevens,
Maraaret Fesslerm 'Tina Priest.

Louise Bisselt, Hallie Glenn, Ber-

Belle Hicks, Pauline Skinner, Mu Muriel
riel Muriel Icke. Dorothy Schnell. Alma

Burrow. vanway mc k u v e n.

Margaret Knapp, Manon, Evans,

Margie lcice, iisa eeuey, Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Reiman, Anne Cunningham,
Leah Greene, Harriet Tewinkle,

Jerry. Magnusson, .Maxina Con ov

er, uaire tiaxton, norma Her Herman,
man, Herman, Miriam Conover, Ruth Ric-
i 1 j y t. 1

uuu; .auu sjiiuuv iuiwuiiiu-:.
Mrs. King, Mrs. Johnson,
Entertained at, Lunch
Mrs. Charles W King of Anna Annapolis,
polis, Annapolis, Maryland, And Mrs.' Ray Raymond
mond Raymond H. Johnson of San Pedro,
California, were guests of honor
yesterday at a luncheon five by

Mrs. Clinton Baverstock at,f h r-

home in Balboa.

Sunday Sail

Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Sing and
their sons, Jim and Johnny, were
guests Sunday1 of Mr. and M r s.
Wally Pearson of Curundu Heights

for a Sunday sail aboard the

Pe"-rs yi "Tondelayo."
Charter At b,.. ,jt
About thirty five Sorootimists,

their guests, and visiting Soropti-

mists were present at the gala ban

quet for the chartering of the to-

' Bora in-'-prairie-Pari" piats-

burc Missouri. Mrs. Hifb S

Knerr is a comparative 'recien
Jlegnda' to Panama- and its envi environs.
rons. environs. She studied art at Arlington

Hall in Washington D.C.j Missou Missouri
ri Missouri University; ; Central Academy

of .Commercial Art, Cincinnati, o-

hio; and at Corcoran G filer y

aroooi. m roe piauon s vapiiai.

Mrs. Knerr has also studied with

Daniel Garber Asa 'Randall) and

iiat otiara.i ; "-.v ....

' Mrs. Knerr. who may be remem

beted for the illustration of the

"Student Pilot's Trainina Primer,"

has held membership in the Socie

ty of Western Artists and is as

sociated in membership" with the

Art League of northern Virginia

As varied as Bar 'placed ot stu study,
dy, study, so -art the scenes of .Mrs.

Knerr's exhibitions. .The artist

held a one-man, snow in u Alex Alexandra,
andra, Alexandra, Virginia, library and shar

ed in a tnree-man snow ai ine
Oibbes Art Gallerr in Charleston,

South Carolina. Her "paintings weit

als exhibited in the St. Augustine

Art Association. L ; Augustine,

Florida: the San Francisco Art

Festivals.- Metropoutan Maie An.

ContesU Washington,-D.C.;- Huc Huc-kleoecry
kleoecry Huc-kleoecry Mt-National. Exhibit in
North Carolina: the. South Caroli-:

ma State- Exhibits and,, the Side

walk Show, both held u tnaries-.

A

MRS. LENORE R. CABXETON,' secretary of the Deputy chief

ot Staff, USARCARIB, receives en outstanding employes rat rating
ing rating certificate from MaJ. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold, Command Command-tag;
tag; Command-tag; General, USARCARIB. Mrs. Cariston was awarded the
certificate for her outstanding performance from May 1, 1955,
to April 30, 1958. Bhe has beeii employed by the Army here
, t . a : a .. slnce 1948 U-fi Army Pnoto)

Arccnlina Prcb:ng

Red As:nls Vto

Rccruif Slavs
BUENOS; AIRES.' July IT (UP)

-Argentina government Hjntelli-

gence agents art- investigating the
recruiting of Slav residents by So Soviet
viet Soviet scents who ftersnade thenr to

return to Iron Curtain' countries,

it was reported today.
Vice President Rear Adm. Isaac
Rojas had told a Brazilian journal

ist earlier this week that the gov government
ernment government would look into the migra-
AI M AAA M-'..- I

uon oi more, man iuw ojavs ui

mm

, Each mi'ic Ur iadiui in this
celupia tktuli b MlMnitta in
tyae-WrittM fori and mailed one
f the bei aumbert listed daily in
.'Smm) end Othrwit," r lirtr lirtr-d
d lirtr-d by hand M the NmIcm of
mMtings cMMt be cffHi by
Hlephont. ...
Coral Chapter N. J
Order Of Easter Star'-

ine, Jap

Treaty Ratified

less than two months. Three wUrr -.rJ.rCrZ,'?

hin am ch1.ilprf ta-leava for "le ern oir, wiu ceieoraio ""puie senate TatUied
Odess"a"l v it 36th Birthday at a special tar with Japan Jeslen

meeung aaiuraay, Juyr a. ai uw

Crippled AF Plane
Returns Safely
To English Base

PHILADELPHIA. July 17 (L
Vandals damaged 23 G e n e r

PFM7Vrif VnalanA Tnf It to a King VO. ITUCSS DV pmjHUJ ;

(UP) A UA Air Force KC87l0 w,th th5ra ctD" ctD"-tankef
tankef ctD"-tankef plane turned back to! J" at Crescentville, 1
England today when two of it?i wm said yesterday,
four engines quit and a tliird ..' ..
started to fail 100 miles out in', ,nt'8tor ,Jjd. '"Jls
h. n-v.. tered the yard dunne the wee

u ir f uiHiiuftid s. tx caui. m. iiu umui. i ...

landed safely at

neia. near berev

HOW SOME STUMBLE ONTO

THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

The youngest older women I

know are the women who have
been so busy living and enjoying

eacn day as it comes that they

haven't had time to worry about

staying young.

They ve- stayed young not be

cause staying young was their
goal but because they forgot about
age completely. ... .. .. ..

Ihey are also the most charm

ing older women around, too.

Leadine busy lives of their own.

being interested in everything
around them, liklne neonle and

always having some projet under

way and some plan in the offing
have made them fun to be with.

interesting to talk to and an in

spiration to women half

ages. :

Often though.-women in their

middle years get so concerned
with trying to atay young that
they think of little else.

iney diet and dve and nma

what they consider to be youthful
attitudes and mannerisms and
think about themselves constantly.
They end "up just older women
trying to be young. . j
The secret, r aDDarcnilv

forget about age, concentrate on'

uqmx me tmnga mat really inter-, ha spent the middle years wita

est you, concern yourself with the enthusiasm for Mvp and )arpn

Vandals Play Polo
With Bake Truck!

Airman Who Shot
4t Youths Trying
Rape, Acquitted

theiri (UPA im Ange'es man wap'

acquitted todav of rharges nf.
shootinif two youths in a gang;
of 25 who threatened to rape:
his wife.... I
Airman Mark A. Fuentes. 19!

stationed at Otis Air Force,

Base, had been accused of firing
two shots at the cant; as they
threatened the younc couple last
June .7 at Bandy Neck during

beach party.

naval alr,,u .-"u

enuring uiem uio ctn vuici,
gainst the walls, of buildings an
against a cyclone fence. Damag
is estimated at $15,000.

weuare ot others, keep up with

ww is going on in the world,
grow in tolerance rather than in

impatience. Then the years go by
.1TI, U ...... U. . .

".u.uui suuiracung anyuung but
adding a lot that is worth while
You can usually tell just by an
older woman's faee whether she

and dong or whether she has

spent them in trying to stay
young. .; '";

ton.

f

River, she ave a "garden party."

. V4.f. sMr.i k. fm .mt-' iiiftft.ff(tn

.l.a'.hiik.'tiht. inrt".. kjuLuuuiuiui viuu auu niomu-

Wiehes, W chiffon pie and in-'t'O" officers. The r banquet

iced tea.

atsnt j

1 Tuna-Corn Chawdar
" (Makes 4.i servings)

Thret tablespoons margarine or
nutter, 1-3 cup' chopped onion, 1-3
-i!p chopped greet pepper, tea-

-cpoon curry powaer, l lamespoon
flour, 1 cup evaporated milk, 3
' cups- whole milk, 1 7-oonce can
tuna. 2 cups whole kernel corn,
- VA teaspoow salt, teaspoon
Feoper..; .. ";,'"'' .;
Melt fiiargariae or butter, in
large saucepan.. Add onion and
f reen pepper. Cover pan and cook
entlv until vegetables are tender,

but not brown. Remove pan from
heat- Stir in- curry powder and
flour. Gradually stir in evaporated

and whole milk. Bring to boil stir-j

ring constantly, seduce neat.
Drain canned tuna and add with

temaiaina" iaeredients. Centinue

f cooking for S more minutes. Servo

piping hot,
TTemat Cream Sandwich Saraad
' One laree rioa tomato. 2 3-0unct

packages cream cheese,-- tea-
a pad salt, U tetspooa chili pow-j

T Feel tomato and remove seeds.
Cut into a fine dice. With a fork,
cream potato and cheese together.!

' Add seasonings ana mean wen.

uQstairi ballroom of the Union
Oub. V r..

. President of the American Fed-

eration of Soroptimists, Mrs.' Plu
ma M. Batten Installed the offi officers
cers officers and presented the charter,
Mrs. Alson Sears was toastmaster
for the evening. r.
: Special guests at the banquet
were Minister of Education Victor
TTrrtttt ., Tnrarfnt in Uj V...1

lency, President of the Bepublic nfi

Panama Bicardo Anasr Mr. Paul

Runnestrand, representing Gov.
ernor of the Canal Zohe William

Potter, Past President of the Ro

tary Club, Dr. Pedro Bnn; presi president
dent president of the Lions Club, Mr. Jaco
bo Maduro; and wives of the spe

cial guests.

Among the guests of the Cub

meihheri wera Mi Jin lailav.

Miss Angela Matthews, Mr. W i I I-liam
liam I-liam Arey, Included among the

visitine: Soroptimists present were

Mrs. Ruth Ann Griffin of Holly Hollywood,
wood, Hollywood, Florida, Mrs. Mabel Bar Bar-wick
wick Bar-wick of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida,
Mrs. Helen Durkeep of Palm
Beach Florida, and Mrs. Maralee
Springer of Hollywood, Florida.
Colon IAWC Spemer ,.
Pelie Benafir .Dane
(The Colon Unit, of tha Inter A-

Distaff' laeeutlve I I
aTaaUMiltt Mt

The regular' monthly meeting. ot

the Panama Area uisian x.iecu x.iecu-tive
tive x.iecu-tive Councils convened last week
at a Ouarry Heights Offioers'i

Ciub.; : St

This meeting commemorated!
the Fourth Anniversary of the Di-
staff -Organiiation. Princips

susakers were Maior v General

Imii. T. TIea'h. C '"'-f rf Staff. Ca

nbbean Commaiw a i.Irs. 'ChSr-

lotta Kennedy: noted civic; leader

fiom Curundu,t Canal ne. i;

fienri wrath's "remarks Sey-

BntMl tha imnortance of disarter

eoatrol training tor every memoer
of the home Mrs. Kennedy gayje
a wost interesting and descriptive
"Rescue Work and

Home Protection, having receni receni-ly
ly receni-ly returned from attending the
first Federal Civil Deferal Course
for women conducted by the Feder Federal
al Federal Civil Defesne Administration

Rescue School at Olney, -Mary
land.

Th' new president ;.!? presiding

chairmansmp was avtcuwu j
m Tiiia T: Heath from Mrs. w.

n. Mnne. oast President- presid

ing. Mrs. W.IK. Harrisonv Presi

dent of the Senior touncu, ; pre presented
sented presented Mrs. Morse with ,r minia miniature
ture miniature gavel and block as token
symbol of appreciation for her te

nure oi service. -y
Tntrrtitnrtinn wai i made at this

minc of the three new Compo.

nent Commanders; Major -Gener

al Truman H. Lanaon, ommana ommana-er,
er, ommana-er, Caribbean Air Command; Ha Ha-jor
jor Ha-jor General Thomas I Harrold,
Commanding- General, Unite d
States Army Caribbean and Rear
Admiral .Clarence L. C. Atkeson,
jr Commander Panama Sector,
Caribbean Sea Frontier and Com Commandant
mandant Commandant Fifteenth-.Naval District

Soviet agents have Jargely con

centrated on the 220,000 Ikrainians.
living in Paraguay." Brazil and Ar

gentina on the banks of the upper
Parana River. Most of these" have

been from 25 to 30 years, in Ar
eentina"" ('? -.;s.,t w ;,- :

A Polish anti-Communist told

United Press that the Soviet a

Bents seldom a mabaee td recruit

Slavs' who'camo here after World
War II, nSmery' either those who
threw in their- Juck with the ad

vancing German forces of tne to, to,-ooo.
ooo. to,-ooo. Poles in General Ladislav An

ders' Armyjaoat Anoers .ar-

m v nnw iivt-s ut aikcuiuib.

. ... . a ..: Jl

Tha man in Anders Army uvea

in Russia as caotives until Hitler's

onslaught persuaded Josef Stalin'
to let them leave Russia through

Persia to fight in Africa ana
ly. .-t ;. 'i
The informant said these men,

will not return to behind the Ironi

Curtain because .iney. unow wnai

life in the Sovie means., "i ..
, ""These other poor deluded folk
are living in the dreams of their
youth, he said.: : $j
Unity Terrible 75Sf

10

Tpmorrow Night

? The toaughterj of Unity Tem Temple
ple Temple No. !?5ft. will hold their in-

stallation ceremony tomorrow
evening at the Paraiso Lodge

Hau. at 8:30.

All Elks are invited,

Gfltun Masonic Temple. A over over-ed
ed over-ed dish supper. to. be served at

6;15 p.m. will proceed the special
meeting. All members are asked

to bring e generous salad or vege

table, r -":
The Past Officers of Coral Chap

ter will exemplify the degrees
with Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Har Harris
ris Harris presiding1. A special program
will follow the meeting. f ;''
All Eastern Stars are cordially

Invited .to attend this special birth birthday
day birthday neeting.V: ;:

' The Pacific Branch of Lodge 14

of the AFGli:wul,noid its regu regular
lar regular monthly: meeting at Balboa
Service Ceuter. at 7:u- p.m. tomor-
: Among the inportant matters
for decisibh by. the members are
several; resolutions and constitu constitutional
tional constitutional 'amendments for presenta presentation:
tion: presentation: to tHe.o'thcoaBing convention
of the Ametitan f ederation of
Government Employes scheduled
to convene in Washington, D. C.
on Aug. 27. There will also be an
up'to-date report on Federal em-,
ploye legislation now pending in
Congress. , v
The Atlantic Branch of the
Lodge meets .at Margarita .Serv

ice Center on Friday at 7:40 p.m. 1

a

and agreed tn .n :,:'

;Vr ll onges. The twin oacU

wit i;e'wy or a renewal of I
formal. dinlnmi l" 1

tween the two nations.

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DR. C r, f ABRIGA. D.O.S.
OR. t. AVIIA JR, M.O.
(Mptitti Anew School FInw
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RETIREMENT, LIFE :
EDUCATION INSURANCE
JIM, JUDGE
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h TRANSPORTS AXTIR.8-A.
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-CHIROPODIST-
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ORTEPEDIA NACIONAL
tl Jest Amenes fk. S-itlt
' Canal Zone todies
For Smart and Lovely Hair
try our
Double Lanoline Wave
Y.MX.A. Beauty Salon
Tel 8-3677
f.larilyn Denies
She Vilf Become
An Intellectual
J LONDON, July 17 (UP) "I am
the dumbest but not as stupid as
newsmen yesterday.
Bjfihsh reporters were Inclined
to agree with the latter part
her statement.
of
She made it in her third British
press conference. She has been in
Ijritain three daysy -.-'j
'. Her Impact on the first two con con-'
' con-' Terences dominated, the front pag-
es of British newspapers. Yes Yes-v
v Yes-v terday1 was set up primarily for
representatives of magazines and
periodicals. '
"nn vmi think vou are changing
' from a ex bomb fo an intellee-tOal?"-,
,asked one magaime writ-
er." v'
I"f do not think t tould be truly
intellectual and f io not think I
vfill try," repued Miss ( monroe.
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i AjMttotr Jladonal ....
Banot Fidisclarlo ....
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tervccarla Nadonal ....
ciirican da tech v
Clayco '; 41
Coca! Cola T..'. .",.,
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prt with Com.. ..
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financier Wnrfr T
fret with Com. .....
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prcf. with Com. .....a
ruerta t Lua Prat ... tlVt
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FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: HmiMheU fedi,.
ktJrMm, ream, livinf
room furnitura, Witinhoui
rafrigtrafer, ate. Daunty. hom
1170-D, Margarita, f don C.Z.
3-1426. ' r
FOR $ALI Stova $50; rafrir
aratar $200; wroufht iron din din-inf
inf din-inf nam tat, 4 chain, $25; af
faa tibia, wraiijlit iron with lan
tea $12.' AH in axcallant can can-tian.
tian. can-tian. Phaaa 3-2232 Panama
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: 3 !-mtnti,
mtnti, !-mtnti, IS matart baam antanaa.
CaU Paradai, Panama) 2-0600 ar
3-3479 aftar p.m.
Position Offered
POSITION OFFERED far Army
Sarvica Club iractort, tampora tampora-ry,
ry, tampora-ry, an Atlantic and Pacific tida,
(waman), preferably aingla: ba ba-rwaan
rwaan ba-rwaan agi,-26 and 40; Unitad
Sfatai citiian. Call Staff Sarvica
Club Director ST-S203. Special
Sarvicat,. USARCARIB, Fart
Claytan. t
Interns Among 30
Hew PCEmyes
HiredThiHJsnli!
Ten permanent employes and 20
temporary employes joined the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization during the first
two weeks in July, according to
information ,from the Personnel
Bureau.
Four of the temporary new em employes
ployes employes are interns at Gorgas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. They are Ralph E. Adams,
of Caldwell, Idaho; Irving D. Born Born-stein,
stein, Born-stein, of Honesdale, Pa.; Robert
H. Buker, of Burma; and Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin P. Kietzman, of Gary, Ind.
In addition to the new interns,
Dr.. Walter G. Strauss, of Hanov
er, -Germany, has joined the staff
at Gorgas Hospital as resident
physiciarftss,, :
v The names fend positions of the
permanent employes are: Robert
H. Douglas', firev licutenent, Fire
Division; Enoeh L.- Hooper, fire
man, Fire Division; Charles N,
Little, policeman, Police Divi
sion; uavid iVrVjtiOwe, Jr., fire
lieutenant;. Fhe division; Thomas
C, Makibbln, torobationaby pilot,
Navigation Division; Frances L.
Richard D. Brown, Chauffeur. Mo-
tor Transportation Division:
James E Bryant fire sergeant,
Fire Division; 'Amelia H. Hanten,

nurae, Health.B!ru; and Paul R; tion said, however it wild be a
Walker, sfttoergeant, Fire Divi- ,5 e speculatiort? that the group!
ton. im no final decision on a tat-

'"r.-ii'v"'1 .i r ballot favorite son vote for Mey
Vaim bmmL TkiAi.A.'ner at yesterday's meeting.

iuuiilj Daun iincicj
Sneak Out $1,000
fm QIgeJf00in
i WASHINGTON, July 17 (UPW
Two boys about 11 years old
sneaked into the "change room"
of the Industrial Bank here yester
day and ran off with more than
$1,000 in currency.
Gtorge ; Holloway. a bank': em
nlove. said the bovs. both Neirroes.
came into the bank and asked to
use the basement -rest; room; a.
crofs the hall from f the change
roomi :-V-j Hf. .V i
Although the-room -was. locked,
they apparently1 reached .''through
ban near the doos and opened it
aiouoway said ne noueea a dud dud-dle
dle dud-dle of. bills On the-floor and 'call
ed for the bovs to come out of the
rest roomi He said they ran -out,
scapered up the stairs and got out
the front door before he could
stop tnem.
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frotn Miss Borchers for many years, turns In one of the top
performances of his career. The winner of scores of cur current
rent current popularity polls, Hudson is certain to please his fans
in this highly-appealing role, j- A k I
- George Sanders in the role of Victor, an artist friend
of Miss Borchers, gives the excellent portrayal that one
can always count on from this accomplished actor.
"NEVER SAY GOODBYE'' is filmed in technicolor and
OPENS ON WEDNESDAY IS AT THE CENTRAL.

FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick Road Road-m
m Road-m aster 4-doer tedan. Sea to ap appreciate
preciate appreciate beautiful condition and
appearance this one-owner car.
Albrook, Qtri. Ill, Phone 86 86-42T9.
42T9. 86-42T9. !. .;.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air 4-deer Italian wagon.
Fully equipped except radio, 1 0, 0,-000
000 0,-000 milei, like new. Mutt aell
by July 24. Will tall to firit
raaionable offer. Albrook 5219,'
Quartan 18. V: '
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford -Ranch-wagon,
radio, ventilator, over overdrive.
drive. overdrive. Bait offer taket. Phone
2-4451. 0763 Williamion Pbca.
FOR SALE s Pent iae, 6-cyl, hy
dramatic 194S modal, A-l con
dition. $325. Houia 15S2 Cala-
baih. Balboa 2-4365.
FOR SALE:I951 cream V-8
Ford Deluxa, overdrive, good
condition Phone Balboa 3260.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury:
Murt 111. First raaionable offer.
54-J Coco Solito. Call 87-514. ;
FOR SALE: '48 Ford, good me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition, good uphol uphol-ttery,
ttery, uphol-ttery, $250. Call Balboa 92 92-1675
1675 92-1675 or Ft. Claytan 4321.
Adlai Still Leads
Democrats In Race
For NJ. Support
ASBURY PARK, N.J., July 17
(UP) Adlai Stevenson still led
today in the race for support of
the New Jersey democratic na
spite bids by JiisHwb closest ri rivals.
vals. rivals.
Gov. Averell Harriman of New
York nd Sen. Estes Kefauver of
Tennessee addressed the delegates
in' a get-acquainted session last
night. Stevenson was. represented
by his campaign manager, James
D. Finnegan of Philadelphia.
Most state political leaders felt
that Stevenson would win the State
delegation unless he suffered a
political setback between now and
U16 Aug. li iiauyuui twraiura,
An unexpected development was
introduced last, night when Harri
man and, Kefauver spoke favora favorably
bly favorably of a move of the state dele delegation
gation delegation to boom Gov. Robert B
Meyner'as a. favorite son candi
date. '':'y"
a .nntpsmnn fnr. the oreaniza-
Meyner was chosen as chairman
of the state delegation to the
national convention. Mayor Kath Katharine
arine Katharine Ekus White, of Red Bank,
was elected vice cnairman ana
Meyner's personal secretary, Rob Robert
ert Robert J. Burkhardt .was named sec secretary.!;"
retary.!;" secretary.!;" Billy Rose,. Wife
Fly 1 o Moscow.
ForWciesYisitll
RERUN. Julv 17 (VP) U. S
showman Billy Rose and his wife,
Hi former Joyce Matthews, flew
to Moscow yesterday for a visit at
the invitation of the Soviet Minis Minis-trv
trv Minis-trv of Culture. Rose said they
would spend approximately a week
in Moscow and then go to Lening-
grad before Visiting JEast Dioc na
A
nn TnKhanr1 who Is senarated

MISCELLANEOUS

- ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON. CZ.
BOX ,1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
PRIVATE CHARTER FLIGHT to
Dallas,! Texas, departing 9 Au
guit, returning 1 8 August. Round
: trip far $150. For mfo and re
sarvatiom call Fort Kobbe 8168.
i FOR SALE
iIiscellaneous-
FOR SALE: Smith-Corona pert pert-able
able pert-able typewriter and Case, English "i
like new $65. May b saeji at ;
: Lewis' Servieo, Aanlda '.TivoH
i. No. 1 8-52
-FOR SALE i 'A -ton wpons
carrier 4-wheal drira. dutY paid, ;
fao -2892.K-
FOR SALE y-r- Full length mink
' coat,' excellent,- condition; Phone
3-4633 Mrs.; Herman, P.O. Boa
SOlrf Panama. .. s' j
FOR SALE. 2 wool rug: 9x1 2,
$25; Harley Davidson motorcy motorcycle.
cle. motorcycle. Phont 2-3775 Balboa.
Fans Gel Chance -To
See VFW Teener
Stars Tomorrofee
The VFW Sasetiair 'All-Stars fn
Panama will play against the Pa
nama All-Star team tomorrow
night, at the National Stadium in
Panama City at 7:00 p.m. Admis Admission
sion Admission is 25 cents for adults and
15 cents for children. :
This game is being held by the
Veterans of Foreign Wars to raise
funds for the trip that the 1 AU AU-Stars
Stars AU-Stars will take next month to com compete
pete compete in the National Teener Base Baseball
ball Baseball Tournament which is being
held in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
The strength of both teams,' which
are composed of fifteen-year olds,
indicates that the game should be
very close.' t"-'.
This game will provide the pub
lic an opportunity to support the
vr w Aii-star team s trip to me
United- States T!?'-
Servicio Brouver
Wins Low PC Bid
To Paint Houses ;
An apparent low Did ;nf Sl.677
was made by Servicio Brouwer for
a painting contract involving the
painting of the interiors of apart
ments of homes from several Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone towns.;. a xli : r I
. ARTee. .contractors y sunmined
mst wh'ch .?PJ V',?;
Pa?el -Rojas -bid ,$1,680 only $3
the low bid. and anew
comoanv. ReDresentaciones Pana
ma Canal, submitted a bid of $lj
853.03... v, j-.-rr -,VV;j T ,-'
.The apartments to be painted in include
clude include Nos. 757-C. 798-A. : 1521-B-
and 2483-B of Balboa; No. 5723-B
of Diablo Heights:' Nos; 99-A and
101-A of Gamboa; and Nos. 8033-
D, 8052-J, 8113 B and "8510-B
Of
Margarita, ,v
Ducky Tale
FORT WAYNE, Ind.julv 17
(UP) Iddy Biddy Buddy.; a
duckling, went for a swim in a
basement catch basin and refused
to come out
The Richard Bershina family tri
ed pleading and lures to no avail,
and Iddy Biddy Buddy's peeps
became fainter. So Bershirig took
drastic action. He chipped away a
section Of the concrete floor,; lift lifted
ed lifted outhe catch basin and Iddy
Biddy Buddy waddled to freedom.
FOR
TRUE
VIEW
RECEPTION
Complete
TV Service
AH work
Guaranteed
U. S. trained Technicians
Ask About Our Service
Contract .'.."
CALL 2-2374 ;
TtLtRAD
CORNER "H" and UARIEN
Service Calls Till 10:09 p.m.

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FORRENT;
Apartments

ATTENTION 6. 1.1 Just built
. madam roiabad apartmants. 1,
ii badraems, bat, cold att
' Phaaa PanaoM 3-4941.
FOR RENT 2-bdroom apartv;
mnt n Rieard- Aria Strt,
Camp Alagro. Bathroom, maid'l
room, hot watr aeat Via Epa-'
a Phoa 3-6846 ar 2-2341.
i FOR RENT Modern- house: I
bdrom, apartments furnished
or ujifurnishod, centrally wcatad,
from $50. Via Porta 114,
.FOR RENTi Largo. aprtmnt;
porch, living-dining room, bed'
'.room, kitchen, gas. ..Vista Hr Hr-,
, Hr-, inosa. Inquir Estudianto StraaK
'' No. 14-72, AptvS. V
I FOR RENT? SmalL, nic.ly fur
y nished apartment or room. Bui
r -f
titul nuidtntial .section. 43rd St.
Nol3;r
; FOR RENTn i Apartmonts, en,
-and two- bedroomSr hot water.
- Excellent location, "Daveaux"
-.Building overlooking ,Hora! El
Panama. Abo office spaces. Call.
3-5692. Apply at 2034 Sabanak.
FOR RENT: Apartment: living living-dining
dining living-dining 'room, bedroom kitchen.,
Via EspaAa, Pareju Lfvrf Tal Tal-aphon
aphon Tal-aphon 3-1209.
FOR RENTtw FurnUhed or m
furnished one-bedroom modem
apartment, garage, 168 Via Bel-"
isarie Perms. -::
FOR RENT: Furishd apart apart-.
. apart-. manti. military mspoctad, scr-
od, I and 2 bedrooms. Pbeae 2-
. 3065.
Wanted Position
YOUNO AMERICAN (mil)
desire employment m Panama.
Local reference provided. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent managerial, sal back-.
ground. Contact BKT. Jax 134,
Panama. '-, -.,
Cleveland Rose,
Retired Worker
Dies M Hospital
t1
Cleveland Rose, a Panama
nian and member of the canal
Zone Retired Workers Associa
tion, died yesterday In Santo To-J
mas Hospital after' a long Ill Illness.
ness. Illness. He was 42 years old.
His body -will lie in state at
St. Paul's Church from 2 n.m.
Thursday, and funeral services
will be conducted by Archdeacon
L. B. Shirley at Jardin de Pa?
at 4 p.m. where burial will take
olace. ,r v.. v
Mr. Rose U survived by his
mother, Mrs. "Grace Ann Rose de
Valerie; -.-'his- brothers, Henry,
Arthur and Cyril Rose of Pana Panama;
ma; Panama; his sisters, Mrs. Olga Milne
of New York and Kathrine Rose
of Panama, and another broth
er, Frederick Rose,- stationed at
an airfield in North Carolina.
NicnraauaV First ;
TV Station Opens ;
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, July 17
(UP) -Nicaragua's first television
station began broadcasting Sunday
from the fourth floor of the news newspaper
paper newspaper Novedades building v here.
Few Nicaraguans now have tele televisions
visions televisions sets, but receivers have
been installed at various points in
tne city. m.
Muskie Baits' Ike
t i
HAYWARD Wis., July 17 (UP)
A 34-pound muskie has been sent
to President Eisenhower as "bait"
to- get the President to come to
Wisconsin for a fishing -vacation
State Attorney General Vernon
Thomson sent the muskie with an
invitation for Mr. Eisenhower to
come to Wisconsin "to catch the
brothers and sisters of this beau beautiful
tiful beautiful fish.'
1st Prize
; : 671510
2nd Prize:
, : 101386
3rd Prize.
865367

l.i $300,00 (uMl '2. ,iU0M

end ell crc

RESORTS

Baldwin's. furalshd apartment
at Sarita Clara Baach. Tela
phan Smith, Balbo. 3611.
PHIUIPS Ccaoosida Coftagav
Santo Clara. Boa 435, Balboa.
Phaaa Panama 1,1177. Criar.
bol 1-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach bona. One miht past Ca-'
sin. Phae Panama 2-1515.
LESSONS
NEW SPANISH man far Eng English,
lish, English, speaking people at Uaiver Uaiver-afty
afty Uaiver-afty of Panama from July 23 to
September 6. Class la morning
hour on Monday, Wdnosday and
Thursday. Beginners from 9 to
10 a.m. Intermediate from 10 to
11. Advanced from II to 12.'
Registration at Sacratary's offie.
King Size Ore Ship
Makes Maiden Trip
Through Ptrlcnal
Shlppinjf men alone the Canal
took a good long look yesterday
as the whopping- bit; vessel ore
Regent movea laaen tnrougn
the. waterway on her first north
Douna win. v
The 735-foot Ore Regent Is a
sister ship of the Ore Prince
which made, her maiden voyage
May r.; s -v'-' """"I
The two hold a -joint record
for being the biggest ore ships
ever, to men, inrougn me water
way. "'O.---: ;
The beam of. each measures
exactly 98.45- feet, leaving small
leeway between their nulls ana
the lock chambers, which are'
110 feet wide.
. Parr-vino-. 9 32 tonx of iron
ore from Peru bound for Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, the Ore Regent was still
not loaded to her capacity, which
Is 44,675 tons. ..a, ,
- The-Llberlan flag ship., is list listed,
ed, listed, at 15.657 eross tons.
- Her Canal tonnage wm pe ap-
proximately ,30,010 .gro?s, 0,700,
net On the net she wui pay
tolls amounting to around $8,-
730.
Assigned to the vessel lor tne
transit were senior pilots Capt.
Jens Nilsen and Capt. William
E. Thompsdn, assisted by capt.
H. J. Schwartzman.
- The Canal Marine Director
Capt, Warner &. Rodiman, was
a passenger aboard the ore boat
during transit.
. ." '. -
Aspirin-Vending
Machines Nixed
By Federal Judge
BALTIMORE. July, 17. (UP)
Federal District Judge Reuben Op
penheimer ruled yesterday it's il illegal
legal illegal in Maryland to sell -aspirin
and vitamins in vending machines.
GARRARD omatic
": r Recordchangers
s just received new ship shipment
ment shipment of famous English'
hi-fi ; record-changers,
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The National Election Board to
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years starting June 28." ; ,..
The- Board certified"' flures
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r Exteriors for "HELL 'ON FRISCO BAY were not in
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol-'The Read That Led Afar"

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year's funny sayings are added Hepburn, as a Russan aviatrix in

no. Playwright Arthur Miller's 'The Iron Petticoat," visits a

comment on all the. publicity London lingerie shop in one scene,

' -Telephone 3066

PRESENTS

about his marriage, to AUniya
Monro will be near the too of the

,list. Sighed Miller:. "I'm glad we
only let married once." Yet it's
his second marriage and Mari

lyn' third. T

Amazed when the salesgirl shows

ner a pair of falsies, she says:

"Oh, the illusions of democ-1
racy .. v. I
An Oot-of werk character actorl
applied for the job of King Nep-j
tune at Los Angeles' Marineland.1

But be was turned down. Im told,

over the pro poises."

It's no longer as furioso between
Shelley Winters and Tony Fran Fran-,
, Fran-, ciosa. Too many hurdles, to leap,
winning ralieion and hsi marital

freedom. .i : t ay it's college, not an immediate

1111m career, xor neten nayes son,

James MacArtnur, after he com.
pletes his first movie,. RKO's
"Strike a Blow." He enters Har Harvard
vard Harvard in the fall.

Today, Tuesday, Jnlr 11
ran, -. ,Vi
4:fi(U.Feature Review1' "'1

4:30 What's your Favorite (re (re-.
. (re-. f quests' taken by phone
.till 5:00).

5:30 ews

m ne was turned uown. 1 m rom, who., vm.r r n r 1 1
because he demanded top billing ,357&V YWI J 9 1

' flvia Presley's 1 carter guides
art gnashing their teeth ever
Dermis Day's Impersonation ef
him In his Las Vegas night club
: act. Murderous.

Eartha j Kitt, who finished
her autobiography. "Thursday's
Child,"; has something new. to
worry about-m stripper who calls
herself Earth Quake,,. r
' Loretta' Young's "dsughter, -who

wants. 4o be an actress, is helping new

out .nn" the sound stages where
Loretta's telefilms are' being
made this summer. But she re

turn tn school in' the fall.

lleh Snowden. due to become

Mrs. Dick Contino, is taking bows
' Hth im at a San Francisco night

-h.h- Mavhe thev'U turn it into

"Beestung" lips 'with accentu accentuated
ated accentuated cupid's bow lines, made fa
mous by early-day movie vamps,
will be worn by Ann Blyth and
Rhonda Fleming at silent film,
queens In" "The Buster Keaten
Story." Keep your fingers crossed,
men, .that it doesn't, become a,

The Witnet: Robin Raymond
quoting -another actress: "I signed
with .the biggest agent in Holly Hollywood.
wood. Hollywood. He has offices all over the
world. Now, when I'm out of
work, I'll be out of work all over

the world.''

an eiftt

, Betty Hutton and Lucille Rail,
ler best al pals, will join Mane

bio

Not In 1 Th Script: Director

William. Dleterlo after a torrid

love scono between Cornel Wilde

and Dobra Paget in "The Loves

if-rnnilH'i blood transfusion line.

feSernW 'IS ?
t-eiStwl weeks unthread, a )ug ef win. and WOWI"

transfusion every two weeks

men. o
i Old -diplomatic f rrol Flynn is
' at It egain. While in Havana film film-Ing,
Ing, film-Ing, fThe Big Boodle.! he told the
, Cuban press;' ','Cban women
" 1 miko -He mot : exciting girl
. To v.. Pat Wymert's
1 l av&braws. be efplalned:

"l.ue, t t y didn't finish,,

S quoting J told them tns
' American women make tho best
wives." "' V ,'' A;

P?fr Laurie a won hef' first

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THIS IS HOLLYWOOD MRS.

JONES: Brooklyn-born Barbara
Nichols, asked to milk a cow in

"The King and Four Queens,"
wide-eyed it to Director R a 0 u I
Walsh:
' I Shodld say note. What do you

thinfe I am a toreador?

4 Talk of Movietown' ht the irile
male star and the beauty from
Hawaii in his life.' She followed

him to Hollywood. . Name of

Southern California restuarant I
can't forget: "The Broken

Drum .7 A line beneath reads:
"You tint ibeat it." . And a

sight I cent forget:. Zachary Scott

with f xmy gold hoop earring

dangling from, bis left ear lobe.

Tita Purdpm Says
Film Star Hubby
Doesn't Pay Up
LONDON.- 'July 17 Wl---BrHish

film star Edumund Purdom said

yesterday he thinks he still is pay

ing a 11,000 monthly allowance to
his estranged Wfe, Tita.v ,,
' -Mrs, "Purdom was reported" 'as

saying n HoDy wood Sunday she i
penniless,' Asked whether she still
is retting -a ll.OOft allotment

from him, Purdom 'said, "I be.
Heve'ao.v?vr.i-'i'k'.

"No mattef how : much money
she is .riven! she has nothing to

(cont'd)

6:00 To be announced
6:15 BLUE- RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Broadway In Review
6:45 Cooperative Hour
7:00 interlude For Music H'
7:15-HOW CHRISTIAN SCI-

, ENCE HEALS
7:30 VOA Report From VS.
6:00 World Of Jazs .
:3(MUfe with The Lyoni
9:00 You : Asked Tor It (re

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' : UU 7130) v .. .; -.
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan

io:9-pi'tmpte 01 creams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00-Sign Off. '-

Tomorrow, Wednesday, July II
A3f.

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7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8; 15 Church In The Wild wood
:30 Musical Reveille
8:00 News .
rl5 Sacred Heart v;
J:30 As I See It
10:00--Newa -- .-.
10:15 Spins' and Needles (re (re-quests
quests (re-quests taken by phone
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11:00 News- w-
11:05 Spins and Needles

11:30 Meet' The Entertainer
12:00 News
12:05 Lunchtime Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News- .-,
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 French In The Air
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Music For You

3:00 Hank snow And His

Rainbow Raneh Boys
J: 15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music Fpr Wednesday
4:00 Feature Review .. JU!
4:30 What's ; Your Favorite

(requests w tilcia
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8:30 News
5:35 What'a your Favorite
(cont'd)

6 : 00 VFW Independence

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Top Woman Commy
Visits Britisbc;g
House Of Commons
IXtNDON, July 17 (UP) Ekat.

enna Furtseve. Russia's UtAina

wonan Communist, ylsited the

unusn raruament yesterday.

Mrs. Furtseve, the only woman
member of the Soviet Presidium,
observed the House of Commons

n operation at Me head of a 16 16-member
member 16-member Soviet delegation.
She was welcomed tiv Rriti.v

, : j vitHou

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USARCARIB CHIEF GREETS ITALIAN AMBASSADOR Major
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CARIB USARCARIB (left) greets Ricardo Moscati, Italian Ambassador to
Panama. Die Ambassador called on General Harrold in his
V. ..Mflce last-week. (U.S. Army Photo)

RAF leader

Freed On Charges
Of Shooting Fafhsr

MERCEDES. Argentina Jul v 17

(UP) A former. Royal Air Force
squadron leader, who shot his mil millionaire
lionaire millionaire father in a quarrel, has

been cleared of charges and re released
leased released from jail; it was reported
today. .
Judge Missel Bernaiidet said
that Robert Holland, 51, was free
to leave jaiL
Holland's father, Arthur Henry
Hollsnd, 85, died of a bullet wound
received in a quarrel with his son
May 1 at the- father ranch. The
to were arguing over a question

01 ue saie 01 piece of land.

According to testimony, the son
seized the father's wrist when the
older Holland threatened him with

a gun. One of three shots discharg.
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Bond Posted For

Ship Thai Rammed

show for It fad It is not surpris-f 8:00 Music By Roth

ipg she has -unpaid 1)111, he said.

Kinize!Twffic

Jam On Queen s;
Kiqhway In Toronto

TORONTO. July 17 (UP) A
traffic cop- found a king-size traf

fic jam on the heavily travelled

(jueen EUzaDetn way between

DETROIT. Julv 17 fTIPV Th

by 1 German freighter Annie Marie.

impounded on charged. of ram

ming a railroad bridge at Chicago;

and railing to report the accident,

' sailed for home yesterday after

Day being released from custody by

- 1 chief Federal Judge Arthur he-

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1 .y REVIEW Pabst Beer- f- : 'M '-"X ""'
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8:30 Musical Theater

:0MYou Asked For- It

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paty which chartered the ship an announced
nounced announced an agreement had been
reached with the- Nickel Plate
Railroad, owners of the bridge.

Vie attorney -said the chartering

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10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00-Slgn Off,

Ump Knocked Out

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HAVANA." July I7KUP) UAaall ed.

The only problem in today's Hamilton and Toronto vesterdav thrown by center fielder Lester

nana is .now u nanoie inc iriunps. when be reported to nis post 1 rw"uatv' v vunuu, uuw, nur

Chicago, agreed to post a ; bond

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ment settlement was worked out,
! Nickel Plate officials eharged
the ship- hit one of Its bridges a
cross the Calumet River in Chica

go last Monday but didn't stop to
check- the $10,000 damage it caus-l

Wolf Whistles
Greet Gospel
Church Singer
LONDON, July 17 (UP) Fifty

British "teddy boys" went to
church last night and clapped,
cheered and whistled when a 15-year-old
Girl evangelist from Chi Chicago
cago Chicago sang them a gospel song

with a swing style.
The teddy boys, Britain's equi
valfut of the American zoot suit.

eri, Were, invited to the gospel
session to. listen to teen-ager Re Re-nce
nce Re-nce Fine,, who. has been touring
Britain for the past three motnths.
. When .she stood up in a white
sweiter and red skirt to' preach
on 1 "love is a many splendored

thing." the boys gave-. .ber we If

whistles.' When sue sang, tney

really cut loose, '-
"Some. of .them went out for a
smoke halfway through the serv service,"
ice," service," said the Rey. Francis Thom Thomas.
as. Thomas. "They just, aren't used to be being
ing being in a church,'; ,. ;
Factory Speedup
Idea Dropped In
Soviet Germany
BERLIN.. July 17 (UP) Com

munist Labor Minister Fnedrioh
Macher announced yesterday the
Red regime has dropped plans for
a factorv soeeduo which had caus-i

ed widespread labor unrest in So-1

viet Germany.
Macher blamed "economy er.

rows' for the ffort to make the

workers nroduce more for less

pay. He said the scheme was "op

nned to the interests of the work

ing class, and a violation of party,
j .. ... .MM.ml.a

Union ana government (uuniiiiM.
Red union boss Otto Lehmsnn re-

ported that East German workers

were resisting tne speeaup uuuusu
protest rallies and slowdown
triv, ther Communist labor

sources described the situation as

"dangerous." r
Wet Pinch

DES MOINES, Iowa, July 17

(UP) Police yesterday invest!

gated a complaint by a woman
who said she was taking a bath

when a hand reached in the win
dow and pinched her. .,

Sermon On Safety
Impresses Pastor
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., July 17 -UP)
- The Rev. Clarence B.
Blckking of First United Presby Presby-teritn
teritn Presby-teritn Church, stopped for jay-

waiiuiig, was so impressed with pa-i
tro'.man Wallace M. Hollander's!
"sermon" on safety he invited the
officer to deliver it in church the
next day. i
' The Lord cave vou a horlv "!

Hollander told the congre?ation.
"Don't jeopardize it by trying to
pit ypfir 100 pounds of skin anl
bones against two tons of steel."

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mid will repay careful study.
.. Tf vml malr thji "nnrmfil' nliv

of taking the ace of spades snd
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the. end of yon;- since you must
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illuw should yon protect your yourself
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the second trick, your correct play
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queen of trumps.

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-.DAY, JTLY17, 195
Braves "Hot Bet To Win NLennaiu

Streaking

League Leaders Sweep
Serie Against Pirates
I A&Haiiey Gets Revenge

y CARL LUNDQUIST ;
NEW. YORK,' July 17 (UP) Fred Haney's
"7-11 winnins: streaks as the new manager, of -the

Milwaukee. Braves were making; them a hot pennant

bet today and giving him revenge against the ruts
burgh Pirates, who fired him. t

Hane? ouickly ran up a seven

game winning atreak when his
Braves came home to Milwaukee

for a long stand against trie
. Eastern teams, knocking off the
Dodgers four In a row and the
Pirates three straight, including
yesterday's 2-1 triumph. That

kept them two full games ahead

of second place Cincinnati,
And when Haney inherited the
Job as Milwaukee manager, suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding not ,so jolly Cholly

Grimm, the Braves whizzed to a
spectacular 11-game streak. In
that one, the first two triumphs

: were asramst tie Doagers ana

the next 'three against Pitts
'burgli.

Cubs at Chicago In a six-inning
game called because of
rain. Gil Hodges hit a three three-run
run three-run homer in the first inning
to set up an asy ninth victo victory
ry victory for Roger Craig, who came
up to Brooklyn as a raw rookie
Just a year ago yesterday.
Craig, in his anniversary show showing
ing showing s a tested veteran, yield yielded
ed yielded only two hits.
' Bob Lemon pitched five-hit

ball for his 11th victory as

Cleveland tooped Boston, 1-3 in

the only American Leagu con contest
test contest The Indians made 17 hits

every starter getting at least one

and Hai Naragon ana Jim unsay

getting three each. Busoy ana

jack Jensen of. the losers hit
homersJ v V"M' :-

The Chicago at New York

American League same was

rained out and the other teams

YESTERDAY'S STAR lef lefty
ty lefty Harvey Hadd'x of the Phil Phillies,
lies, Phillies, who beat his ex-Cardinal
mates for the third time in a
row with a seven-hit, 2-0 shut-

v T$ most men. getting fired
- as manager the pirates
- wouhl be like a parole from a
prison- sentence, but right now
Hanev seems to be .making

. practically a federal ease out 'were not scheduled

Of his revenge.
; i tui. "i. V
t Testerday. Haney's i a n ies
t gained another-fine pitching job
from Bob Buhl, who walked no-
body struck out four and scat scat-,
, scat-, .tered seven hits for his Uth vie
; tory. Hank Aaron lined a cen
ter field homer for the victory
mrgin against loser Ronnie
1 Kline. Earlier, Prank Thomas

homered to spoil Buhl's shutout
I The Phillies, capitalizing on a
Western tour won their sixth
tgame in the last Seven at St.
Louis, defeating the Cardinals ? ?-.
. ?-. 0 on the seven-hit pitching of
lefty Harvey Haddlx. It-was the
third time Haddlx had beaten
the Cardinals since general
manager Frank Lane traded him
eway to Philadelphia. Haddlx
now has a 3-3 mark with the
Phils and Is: 8-3 for the season.
1 He .struck otftv eight Cards and

walked but one. Doubles by

, tticme AShburn and Marv Blay Blay-:
: Blay-: Jock drove in the two lone runs.

; At Cincinnati, Ous Bell, Ed
Bailey and Frank Robinson hit
. homers to give the Redlegs ah

easy 10-4 decision over the ni

ants, who lost their seventh game
in a row. Cincy 'f now has 121

. homers for 81 eames and has ex

actly 100 to go before equalling
the all-time major league rec record
ord record of 221 set by the 1947 Giants.
Art Fowler went all the way for

Jils sixth victory. Loser Johnny

Anionem was tagged with hi!
eighth defeat
I The Dodgers gained an ab ab-.
. ab-. breviated 4-1 decision over the

CZ Junior Olympic
Swimming Meet
Sel For August
The annual Canal Zone A. A. 17.
Junior Olympic swimming mets

will be held during the month of
August The Atlantic side meet

will be held at the Gatun pool on
August 17 at 9:30 a.m. The Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side meet will be held at the
Balboa pool on August 17 at 9:30
a.m. The final championship Meet
will be held at Gamboa f ool. Au August
gust August 24 at ,9 .m ,,. r :j;;,1v

These meets are conducted as

nart of the A. A. U. Junior Olym

re urogram held yearly in uie U-

mfd States wnere mey win oe
compared with times made in

meets there. The fastest swimmer

in each event will be designated

National Junior Olympic chanv

ported that East German workers
pion for 1956. v
ThM meet are eonducted by

the Division of Schools under the

sanction of the Metropolitan Asso

ciation of the A. A. U. which has

innutiftinn over the Canal Zone.

As in past years the sanction fee
for this event has been donated by
rvietxhai Hi oh School Students As.

nointinn the Balboa Junior and

Hiph Schools Students As

.nnitiAn the Gatun Civic Coun-

cil. the Gamboa'Cmc Council and
the Margarita Recreation Associa

tion, i i,
Since its inauguration her the
r.nai Tone has had swimmers

uhA hive been national champions

or rated in the top uree posmuiw

Tigers Sold To Big Syndicate

For Record $5,500,000 Price
.......Mfc,ii..CTiiiM(MIUI m i m "Mm It..: ,

, Today Encanto .25 .15
j WAHOO! $115.00
I Lloyd Bridges, in
( "THE TALL TEXAN"
f George Reenes, in
"'THUNDER IN THE PINES"

Today IDEAL 30 .10
"S.O.S COAST GUARD"
' Chapters 5 St 6
"HEART OP VIRGINIA"
"BORDER SADDLE MATES"

Paraiso Sports

Top Men- From Several,
Tibl Tennis jClubt I A
RaglsterM for Toumamanr
The top players from several ta

ble tennis clubs on the Isthmus

have registered for the Unisports

tournament scheduled for the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso gymnasium on July 23."
! ; ; ".-.'J:"..
The 4ading4 pUyers. WiSj re
sDectlve clubs nave already uid

cated their intention to be on hand

for the tournament

Observers felt that the reason

for this response is that the big
gang is determined to dethrone

George Granflum, who for c long
time has ruled Supreme over all

comers. U- ; .', ; ?

Two strong quartets, one from

the Atlantic Side and the other

from the Pacific end of the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, rushed in their names Mon

dav mornini in order not to be

left out.
y ;- 4
The Atlantic! Side stalwarts who
will represent the Abel Bravo
Club, are James Ottley, Maurice
Sho?ree, Alberto Loney and Mi Michael
chael Michael Havwood while those from

the Capital City, representing the!

White and Green Table Tennis
Club, are Allan Chu, -Tomes Chu,
Tony You-and Toney Ng.i-i

Genevieve

Meeting

To Discuss Plans

For Wafer Skiing
nsvAnfv Pnnul Zone and Pan-

emo vrarpr SKiinir ciiiuiuaiaava

will meet tomorrow evening at
7:30 in the Diablo Heights Gym Gymnasium
nasium Gymnasium to discuss plans lor

starting a local water swing

club, according to an announce announcement
ment announcement made by Frank E. Hirfc.
This movement is in line
with the trend throughout the
country toward water skiing
clubs. It has been brought a a-bout
bout a-bout by a tremendously in increased
creased increased interest in water ski
'nr. and by a nation-wide feel

ing that water skiing has
reached a degree of maturity
that requires organised action
for its advancement and pro-
tection. '-.y f

There are more than twenty
people in this community," said
Hlrt, "who are water skiing en enthusiasts,
thusiasts, enthusiasts, and it Is our desire to
band them' together into a club

devoted to our, common, t intec-

This first meeting will he held

for the purpose of discussing or

ganization and electing omcert
and committee chairmen. Fu Future
ture Future meetings will cover planned

programs and entertainment.
Once organized, the club
will promote such things as
water safety and the courtesy
of the out-of-doors better
dock and storage facilities for
small boats and motors, water
carnivals and other boating
and water skl'nr programs.
'When Individuals have as

much wholesome fun on the

water as water skiers do," said

Hlrt. "they ought to eet togeth

er and share their fun with

others. Legislation Is often pass

I

liiiifkiiivi

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(NEA Telephoto)

MAIL CALL Former heavywsight chnmpion Rocky Marclano
lies in a hospital bed In Brockton, Mass., as he reads his mall.
Marclano is undergoing treatment for a ruptured, disc In his

bacx. Rooty suiiered the injury while tossing bis three-year-old
daughter up in the air. t ?

ound Sports

The results of the two basket

ball games puayed at Margarita

cym Friday morning are as ioi

lows

Margarita C"
Keith Kenway

jack Taber

Gary Irving
Allen Jacques ..
Donald Bonneau

Tommy Billlson

Danny smith ..

tg
2
1
1
0
0
0
0

4 4 14

Cristobal "C

Ralph Blevlns
P. Lelgnadler

Klimp ...

McGoff
Arrington

..11
..J

1
2
0

E, Hanson
J. Damlanl

L. Hakanson
G. -French .,
B. Rice
M. LaCroix
T. Slaughter
M. McBride

Gatuh 'T"! League

fg ft

3

- 2.
- 1

p tp

2

...1.1

3

Margarita "C" League

Margarita "B"

Mike Barfleld

Bill Wlegle

George Cotton

Doug Phillips

Jim Mcoioin

Allen Jacques

17 9 4C

fg
0
0
4

1
0

jt t e

rs P

0 t

2
1
0
8
0

Cristobal

Ed Pabon ........... k.. -2

Ed Fols .-... 12

,
4

9 11 21

Hall

Boseman
Drohan
Rigby ...

J Lorenzo

A. Jacques ,.
J. Cronen

D. Bonneau

T. Billlson ...
O. Irving
D. Smith ,.
J. Taber .

4!
4
4

..2
2

l

38 7 83

MeClure, two of the winners of fd -Wch limits the nublic's eu eu-last
last eu-last year's interschools table ter- joj .ent of tile out-of-doors, and
nis activities, have been showingWe believe that as a closely knit
enaA form in practice, but are. organization we can speak up

? "... I K ... .Mz.nl.HAn Vnf

win make water skiing a uniyer-

bound to face stiff opposition from

such stars as Carrol Proverbs
Leon a Lyder, Carrol Layne, Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Graham and the McFarlene
sisters from Santa Cruz.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service

Arrives
Cristobal

s.s. "tittves juiy 21
S.S. "MARNA" July 27
S.S. "IfAQUE" ...... i. July 28
S.S. "FIADOR KNOr July 29
SJ5. "MORAZAN" .....Aug. 4
A Steamer ..Aug. 11
S.S. "TAQUE" .Aurust 18
S.S. "MORAZAN" ..,....... Aug. 25

Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carre

7f

New York Service

Arrives
Cristobal

S.S. "QUISQUEYA" ...

S.S. "HEBEUIA .'.
S.S. "COMAYAGUA
S.S. "SAN JOSE"
S.S. "CHOLUTECA"

A Steamer

1...., JVU 19

. 1 j A.

JUIJ CO
July 30
...Aug. 6

....Aug. 8

...............Aug. 13

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York. New Orleans, Los Angeles, Sao Francisco
and- Seattle.

SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
. CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and' Return $240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco and.,- c
Returning from Los Angeles $270.08
To Seattle and Return .................-$365.00

TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904

re-

sally liked form of outdoor

creation in this country. ......
, All persons who have done any

water skiing or would like
learn this fine water sport

cordially invited to attend the
meeting.

flATUN GYM NOTES

In the opening game last

Tuesday, the Gatun C League
lost a hard fought game to the

Margarita Five by a score oi so so-30..
30.. so-30.. : : :i
High point man for the con contest
test contest was lanky Lennart Hakan Hakanson
son Hakanson who scored 14 points of the

Gatun Gators. Edgar. Hansonigewell was the whole

collected 9 more points for his field first half as he broke fast

team's losing effort, h outplayed the Beer men on the
A. Jacques, John Cronen and, rebounds and fired awav with

Donald Bonneau shared honors deadly accuracy.

for the winners with 8 and b During the first half of 'the

points respectively. Also wortcy game, Frank Doran made hl
of nrnlse was the degressive riehnt. In the nre.vnt Hmtlm

work of i scrappy Gator man and scored onlv twri nnlnts rm.

arC.RnhhV R.trft and Tom Billlson of ran n. l.iihln nnfatnllla. mlfh

Chesterfield Moves
Inlo Second Placed
TioVilh Balboa
. By HERBERT MOISE
COLON A close 66-62 vlcto
ry over Cerv6za Balboa last Sat

urday. enabled the Chesterfield

Colonites to pull down their vic

tims rrom a first-place tie. with
Agustus Kam's Gallitos lnto a

second-place tie with the win.
ners.!: Both teams are iust one

half game behind the galloping
Chicks. A three-way tie is possi possible
ble possible pending on the outcome I of

the Gallito Guardla Nacional

game.,'."; r ::, : -The
Colon Quintet moved out

in me first half as though onl

ineir way to anotner landslide
victory as they amassed a 14 14-polnt
polnt 14-polnt lead (43-29) at the end of

the- first 20 minutes of play.
George Sewell led the assault a
he scored eight field goals for 16
points, enough to make himi

high pointer for the Smokers

Chester'

, DETROIT, f July 17-tUPWA

record high price of $5 million

dollars for a major .league ball
club brought, a syndicate of 11
new owners to the Detroit Tigers

today; but they will be directed

by their same. old boss Walter

(Spike) Briggs.. ;
Briggs announced yesterday,
that the 11-man .group head headed
ed headed by broadcasting executives
FredKnorr. and John Fetzer
had become the successful bidders-
for the franchise and
shortly afterward, Knorr an announced
nounced announced Briggs would be re retained
tained retained x executive vice presi president
dent president of the club.' C
This was a triumph for the

son of the late. Tiger owner
Walter O, Briggs Sr., and Spike
who has been determined to
stay with the club and continue
his father's, policies,, admitted

' Asked If he thoueht the

Briggs' estate trustees would up-

noia me selection or the Knorr-

retzer erouD's bid. Brie-M aald

"I won this one, let's wait and

see."- : ., ;'-.-- --z--,?-;:. ;
. The' Knorr-Fetser winning
bid calls for payment of $4.6
million cash, $1 million of this
to be paid by Aug. 1,- and the
remaining $900,900 to be paid
off n at least fve years at
four per cent interest.
' Knorr also made hid of s mil.

Hon cash for the club, but this1

was topped by three other cash
bids. Groups which offered more
immediate cash' were headed by
Bill veeck;i $3,250,000; Jack Kent
Cooke, .Toronto, $5t180,000 and

nouywooa producer Robert Gold

siein, 53,050,000.

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

tlafloiial Leigue

itet. GB
ft.615i

J88 2
.550 t
500-9

.463 12

Teams f

Milwaukee
Cincinnati '.

Brooklyn
St Louis'.
Pittsburgh

Philadelphia'

cmcago .
New fork

- TODAY'S GAME.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (K)
New York at Milwaukee (N)
.Philadelphia at Chicago
Pittsburgh at St.. Louis (N)

'.48-30

;47 33
,44 3ft
.41 '41
.37- 43
.37 44

.34 44 f. 436

1
fp'-

, Jo Gordon

. COULDN'T MISS -'.Joe Gor Gordon
don Gordon resigned as a Detroit Tiger
coach just in time tp be named
manager; of'ithe'San Fjancisco
Seals. .-iv-.'-H-

Streaking

Pittsburgh
Virdon cf ....
Groat ss
Walls If
Long lb
Thomas 3b ...
Clemente rf ..
Foileg c
Mazeroski 2b
Kline p
a-Lynch ,...
Face p ......

Ab R H Po

1

2
3
10
1
2
4
0
1
0
0

Totals

O'Connell 2b
Logan ss ...
Mathews 3b
Aaron rf .
Covington If
Thomson If
Bruton cf ..,
Adcock lb
Rice c ......

Bum p

4
.4
, 4
4
3
0
, 3
, 3
i, 3
, 2

By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service

the Sandflies. the Panama a-ym as he reoeat-

eaiy missea. nis ravonte one:
hand Jump shot. Despite his er

ratic shooting, Doran played his
part in Chestedfield's 14-poirit
first half lead is he and Sewell

dominated the ball on the re
bounds. ...

Came the second half -and

Colon a defending champs prac

Ucally stood still as the Balboa
Beermen outscored them 33 tr

23. During this half, Edgardo

wmte scored 23 points when the
Smoker defense slackened and
had White "catch" when; bis
team took possession. j ."catch'-

here means that White waited
under the basket or -at Jiay
court for his team to tet nos-

session of the ball and pass it to
him- then he would make easy

sev snois. ; ; t-,.i
In this halt only two meri ac"-

counted for all the scoring .a .a-gainst'
gainst' .a-gainst' Chesterfield '. whlie

with 23 and Perez with' 10 points

- In the girls' loop, Philip Mor Morris
ris Morris maintained their undefeated

He must retouch i status a eY easily outPIaved

. . 'ine uoiuea. v

Cl QUESTION: There is a runner
o'on first base with one out He is

instructed to steal second base.

He gets a big jump on the pitcher

33 1 7 24 9 and the batter lifts a high, long

fly to center field.' The runner.

Milwaukee thinking that there are two out,

Keeps right en going around sec

ond and third bases. He is between
third base and home when the ball

is caught. He keeps right on going
f I around the plate and back to first
njbase, beating the throw there. Is

f. wis icgai r jim noyi.

-Totals 30 2 6 27 6
a Filed out for Kline in 8th'

Pirates
Braves

010 000 0001
100 100 OOx 2

- RBI: MathewS. Thomas, Aaron
Doubles: Mathews, Mazeroki. HR
Thomas, Aaron, sacrifice: Groat
Left on base: Pirates 6, Braves 5
Bases on balls: Kline 1. S O. :
Kline 2, Face 1, Buhl 4. Hits off:
Kline 6-7, Face 0-1. Wild pitch:
Kline. Runs and earned runs:
Kline 2-2, Buhl 1-1. WP;. Buhl
(11-4). LP; Kline (8-lOJj

Antwart No.

all the baits.

SATINA CARRIES YOU SMQ6THLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR!

Soiina

the BIG ironing
aid in the- Jiff) box.

"-V fill i : V f i t

" I i'b.:f-vic!:,:t wty-.rf

Torpnlo TakesOwr

First Place In !L

NEW YORK. Julyi7(UP--The
adage goes, "'The game Is
never over 'until the last '.out,"
and that's the reason ,trte Tor

onto Maple Leafs- are: lit Tlrst

place In the
Leaeue today.-

Ob May 180. the Leaf 3 and the
Buffalp Bisons, were involved In
a suspended iame the Bisons
holding a 5-1 lead with only the
last half of the seventh inning
to be played. When the. ganic
was completed Monday night
the" Leafs slammed across', five
runs fn that last turn at-bat to
win, 4-5.. j ' r
The Iafs then went on to win
a? reeularly-scheduled game. 1-0

as Ed Blake's three-hit pitching
topped a five-hitter by John
Weiss. Toronto .took, first piece

away from the Montreal Royals

who were shut out- by John

MaoKinson 01 Rocnester, 4-0, on
a six-hitter ; v
Iri 'last- night's I only -".'-DHwr
game,'- Columbus'moved lntc
fifth place ahead of Richmond
with a 4-3 .victory 'at Havana in

which the winning Jets"ppunded

out iz nits.:

Te.sn.v .L ftC fit
New. York,.- .57 26 .,1687
Cleveland .46 j35;68 10
Chicago-wt .,s. .43 35 i J55l 11V4
Boston .44 37 .543 12

122 Htv v36-45 .,444 20

30 47 -J90 17!Kansa rt 'V'T;.

. f-j ; TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Washington -(N)
Chicago at Baltimore (2-T-N)
Detroit at New York (N
'Karaas city ftt Boston (2-T-N)
YESTERDAYS RESULT -Cleveland,'
" 000 303 010 7 17 i 1
Boston 000 uOO 0l2-i3 J 1

"" ui-Ti and Nafagon.
Sullivan (8-4). ,'Dorish anrf-

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Brooklyn 300 0104 3
Chicago OQ1O00-1 2
Craig (9-4) and Campanula.
Jones (4-9) and Chiti.

(Game called at end of 6th on

account of. rain).

Pittsburgh 010 000 000-1 r C
Milwaukee 100 100 OOx 2 6 0

Kline (8-10), Face and Foiles
Buhl (11-4) and Jlipe.. :
(Night .Game)',.!-.5..V
New York 100 14)Z'000 f'4 1 9 C

Cincinnati Antonelli (8-8), Rid Rid-zik,
zik, Rid-zik, Littlefleld. Margoneri and

fowler (6-9) and BaUey. -(Night
Game)' ;

Philadelphia 02 000 000-2 8 -0

St. Lotils 000 000 0000 7 C

Haddlx (8'3) and:Lopata.

Schmidt (4-5), Konstanty and

Smith.

Cleveland Ab
Carrasquel ss .... 5

Woodling If ...... 4

smith rf 5
Werta lb . .i ,V 5?

a-Ward. lb 00
Rosen 3b .,.'......5 .1

Busby
Naragon c,,VVu, 4
Strickland' 2bi'v. 4'
Lemon n ,.,.,,'5

H Po
2 0

2
2
10
4

C

v. i

White.

Chicago ti New, York ;: "- w
:.,(Postrjoned.Tainv;,:
; Only ramW,-iched(C!

, LEADING BATTERS
CBased on 175 offfc'al ar bats)
. .! ii'
. NATIONAL LEAGtTK :

flayer and Club r aV M tt
Bailey Clnci. 62 .198 34 66 .333
Musial, St L." ; 82 310 46 102 .329 i
SCdienst, N. Y, 56 196 26 64 J27
Aaron, Mil. -7 292 47 S4 .322 S

Jjoyer, St. L. . 12 330 60 105 .318

AMERICAN LEAGUE

2 3 11
6;llf4

.Totals :

Boston i

Goodman; 2b 4
Klaus 3b . -4

42 7 17 27' 17

Williams If

Vernon, lb .i
Jensen rfT.!...

Piersall cf t.r.
Whit c
Buddin ss -V.'.
Sullivan p !,.
Dorish v

b-Stephens.

. .v.1' 7
UK 4
.... 2
i ""4'"
;v-fV'.

i... 2 0
.... 0 0

1 -1
0 fl

0 2J
1 0
9 1
1 w.
I 4
0 4
0 t 2
0 0

11

0 0
0 '1

Totals 31 -3 5 27 16

a Ran for Wrtz in 8tli,
b Singled for Dorish In 8th,'

Indians
Red Sox

000 303 010-7
000 000 012-3

Errors: Piersall,' Rosen, Good-'

man; Ward. RBI: ; Busby 2,1 Ca Ca-rrasouel,
rrasouel, Ca-rrasouel, Lemon, rWo o d ling
Smith, Wert2, Klaus. Jensen a
Doubles : Klaus. Naraeon. Wood-

ling.; HR: Busby, Jensen.. Sacri

fice: Strickland. Naraeon. Dou

ble-plays: Carrasquel-Strlckland-Wertz,
Lemo n-S t r 1 ckland-

Iftternati o:n a JlWertz, Dorlsh-Vernon. Left ; on

Dase: inaians n, Rea sax 5. Bas Bases
es Bases on balls: Lemon 4, Sullivan 1

S.O.: Lemon, 1, Sullivan ,1. Hits

olf : Sullivan 12-5-2-3, Dorish 4-2-1-3,
Kiely 1-1. Runs and earn

ed runs: Lemon 3-2, Sullivan 6-

6, Dorish 1-0: Wild pitch: Sulli

van. WP: Lemon (11-7). LP:

Sullivan (8-4)

Mantle, N. Y. 79 293:75 iot sr

MaxweU,' Det i'72,239 51 84 .351

133 J"3 41 87 .3tl

,22

Kuenn, Deti

Jien, paiu. 64 23 U 72

Kluszewskl, Redlegs i; ,; 23
Banks, cubs t,.W-,vr 22 J
Boyer, Cards ...Ui.L;: 20 1
Snider,;: Dodgers. Jo

.,.,(US BAITED IN

i:Mantle,:Yanks,t':4

-Musiaj, cards V.o.W.'. 69
Boyer, Cards ...i,.!;..! 63
Werte, Indians 63

Simpson,. Athietlcs, f

SUNS

"..":;'-

Mantle, Yanks.
Yost Senators

Boyer, Cards
; : Robinson, Redlegs ;
Lopez, Athletics ..

75
62
60
60.;
58'

"- MantleY&nfcs

i-Boyer,' Cards ".
' Musial, Cards .

Ashburn, Phils

M.'t

4 .-V'4Uf

i.Ki'-lDMS

9 4 A"
101

Dark, Cards- .';;;.;Vi. W

u riTciuNG ;.

(Based on a, Decis'ons)

W. 1. til

0 l.oot

r
,3
a
'4.

Lawrence, Redlegs ..12
Sturdivant, Yanka 8
Brewer,-Red ax..
Freeman,' Redlegs .... 1
Pierce, white Sox.. ...13;
Kucks, Yanks ...... ,13

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TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1J5

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New. Belter Came Quicker
Than Any Other Big Man

y HARRY GRAYSON

. vA T had th heaw-

l(sht rfiviiinn figured out. Rockr

www VftRK VNTEAV Sid Fla-Marciane was way above the

...; 'f - .' .... 1 .;T

.U -li. ; Wavvweiaht otlier contenders wi

i j . r in... hn tn n in aurcuno.

like Eddie Machen, rianeny aei-

taitely will stay tn tne tc mwi
ini business.- at least for a few wiw "ocar

more montns. wnn oy - but waot to tell
ciano retired,. Mah apprt xo f Marciano's

be, a a matter of fact, precisely
what the dodge badly needs.
jl restores punch to the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight division. :..

Tfca TnUmatinnal Soxinf-'dub

now waita for a bone ia the back

of Floyd Pattenon'a nana w neei
and make possible a September
shot with Archie Moore. If Mach Machen
en Machen keeps coming, the promoters
won't have to wait for anybody.
All they'll have to do is dig up
for Mm to hit OB the Old

potato, ; j-; ? b v V
-. . VI..

rv.. uainAtt mntv iiiium niiiiu

ViMh nvi th middle rope to

dry in the fourth round at the Mia
l ..k Aiutitnrinm: and flatten

111 WMVW 1 TIT" I ,
d the Cuban Colossus with a right

to the belly sanawicnea ueiwocu
short head shots in the. eighth,
there was a definite re-ranking of
thefirstJIO.
unuf lift FELLOW I V 1 R

came along quicker than the 23-

year-old, 5-foot u- va pouno
MachenK with .the face, chin, slop sloping
ing sloping shoulders and body of the pic picture
ture picture fighter. Machen has the tre
mendous advantage ,f h i t i n g
h.i all.round athlete. He had

you something, I had Marciano's

style piue-pnniea.

? IY IS ASYONISHINO that Mach Mach-ra
ra Mach-ra came out of Redding, Calif., in
March of only last year without
h! nut nn cloves for any-

tnlng more wan cservuv.

-t i-rAmA tn rnmDete In the

Golden Gloves," he explains. 'I

went to Sitt's gym w wor

- k . mm ma ifinui 1 1 it ii.

i t tkm rlna anH started DOX-

ina., wnen i was uuuu, w

came over to me

" you say 'you're going in the

amateurs' he asaea.
" 'That's what I m here for,,

I said.

" You better forget the ama-
.ali .m with in.' h said.

icura m vui".
uni t imi 1nh and a couoie

Of WO Hams. iou nom
iv ...... Tkv wnn't da VOU

any good, ueiioes, you wm

someone.
stnnn MACHIN HAS knocked

4 1 .1 IK anil lnt Of rilYI

hsd better stay out of his way

Cub Leag

ue

Basketball

Frank Stewart's Yellow jackets
came from behind in the last

quarter to beat. Fred cnaset

Bears 27-24. C-

Frank Stewart was high man
for the Yellow jackets with 12
points and Brandon and Moses

were next with 8 points each.

Little Fred Chase 'was very
high when he scored all but two

points for hia Bears.

Tn th ttMiut ram a' VJnrApn

French scored 28 point to lead
his Mountaineers to his seventh
straight victory ending with an

undefeated score of 52 points

Th underdogs this Jime were

the GruDstaicers. They cut up a

good fight, but Worden French

wa too much. Wally Brown wa;

high scorer for his drubstakers

with 6 points and the defeated

team ended up with the score, of

if points. t

?irst Game

ty, Calif? College h iM- Vo" d,y
havetoimvein footbalL This kid were rough sid Fla-
moves.in aring and has ese- Things were rougnw

cret of it au. w i. i HiHn't exactly

shake weU with Sugar Ray Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. Maurice Harper, Flaherty s

411 .Ii' nnnoIlM Il CXPlaUlS.

"My idea is t slip a punch, step
inside and punch short . maybe
eight inches. I can J-nock anybo anybo-j.S.
j.S. anybo-j.S. h..i nff with a left hook to

the head thrown from ,that .posi .position,
tion, .position, and I. don't
en them up with a solid belt to the

belly.

BUlaV mtutww j r
...lUMaiKhr. wii settled il those

;h7havVbeen in the. atir put it
so kindly, .a ,t 1 :
But an Eddie Machen puts life
t . Mtnnr a rifllfl SS t

guy stuck with Lover Boy Olson.

Bears

F. Chase ..

W. Bleakley

m, Houen .....i.....

B. Wheeler

0

1

ft pf t

2 122

0 .0
0 0
0 0
0 2

A. Wagner 0

Totals .... 11 2 3 24

Yellow Jaeketi

r. Stewart
B. Brandon

B. Coy
D. Zemer ...........
C. Moses ,,

J. Lubera

12

r.'?r

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Shirley Fry

BREAKS THROCGB Having finally won the Wimbledon title, Shirley Fry, veteran tourna tournament
ment tournament player, is well rated to make it a double in the United States women's singles at the
West Side Tennis Club, Forest Hills, Aug. 3 1-S;pt. 9. ...

Money Makes World Golf More
Important To Pros Than Open

Totals

11 5 9 27

Second Game

Monntaineera
W. French

T. Corrlgan

B. Dempsey

R. Bergener .;,:.;

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0
0
0

ptt

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0 0

0 C

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ly KIN GOOKINS
ZANESVILLE. 0. (NEA) Jtt

lius Boros says thst the playing
professionals now would rather
win the so-called World Champion Championship
ship Championship of Golf than the United States
Open. ;" ""'
The next edition of the World

Championship is scheduled lor tne

Tarn CShanter Country uud

Niles, IU., Ayg. 9-12. "

Playground Sports

vjte?i t -4 -t. 1 DY i
: IEj6e: williams y
j -. .. i i x t ...i ?.

Totals

20 3

; Grubstakes, i

At long yfSSL BlK'l
feetion. Take trt from Ray -yi'i, fTHtohed eondncting
American FwtbaUXoachesA UBl,eralty.
wnvicUothat tb
should not bf toPl'-JvlItn mtern Eliot sail
.latent advocacy o wwJ i ftong tlm yet, If It
mhhe?nMdtoi and hearing that the defense finally
. A.?..Sefttfnle Nothing could be farther from

nas cburiik f w.iu
the truth.
' -oefensa has evolved Incredibly. A top college team will use
which our fealuses to defense are able to devise..
' r SMUNQ WACTICE ESSENTIAL
TnvitM tt, discuss the controversy, about spring football
which centers In the It, EHot laid, "I fust dent un-
game they aeWeve mlau prin prepaiaUon,
" -r rerard soring practice as absolutely essential. t 01 course,
It eould S opeffi to the general detriment of an institution's
general sports setup.
' "At Illinois.' I de net steal stars item other activities. 'If
is merely bangwt l baseball, we de try tc talk fcim intc
lolig Into ecmetbing in which he may have greater
"In the arrlng, you scrimmage and scrimmage. You find
out where eaXplayer belongs. Why. I can tell you right now
how Illinois will line w for Its opening game, I got that In
, formation back la the spring.
"At We Ivy tiaguc coUeges, coaches and players eome In
cold ln,the fall. 1 lot of valuable time U-wasftd making cor cor-rectlont
rectlont cor-rectlont In positions, In fact, finding out IX certain playera are
worth the trouble. , t
'In ttie' final anaiyils," what's wrong with spring practice'?
I maintain that if footbaU is sound and worthwhile in October,
it li just as sound and worthwhile ia the spring."
. DUCKS COAST DISCUSSION 1
The Interviewer suggested Eliot delva Into the trouble of the
pacific Coast Conference. He veered away skilfully.
'A "I honestlv do not know Just what's wrong out there," Ray
replied.' "I am completely familiar only with the rules and
practices In the Western Conference. 1 ;
"The Big' Ten prohibits continuance of competition by
f unkera, and by players who orop out for a semester here and
there. A man who Is allowed to skip a semester must show an
emergency cause, death in the family, for example.
Do a lot of Coast and Western Conference dlfflcultieTiract
to the tremendous (tress placed en the Rosa Bowl game) No.
"I used to be opposed to all poet-season play, but now am
a stanch supporter of the Fastdena pact
. "i knew some Easterns ridicule the system under which no
college may go into the Rose Bowl in two successive years. The
idea of throwing nontitle winners into the big contest seems to
them repugnant, ... ; ,, ; .-, i:'? ;
"However, for one college to go to the Bowl too often might
lead to evils such as over-recruiting with the help of the New
year's money split."
Asked to preview the Wtstem Conference' situation, Eliot
said, "cant do It, The coaches in our group are bound by
regulation not to discuss rival teams. A couple of us might
talk up a team, and then it could prove a flop, and what would
happen to the luckless coach?
"Besides, who knows? T)U veu figure Illinois to beat Mlchl Mlchl-E?n
E?n Mlchl-E?n last season?,. Or that Northwestern would, tie us?',L

W. Browri .

L. Lombana

Q. Dolan
B. Brown. f

R. Summerford

B. Leveled?' ....

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The Thternlaveround basket

TT; baU league for the Pacmc siae

.V..M nf the isthmus iwlnes into ac

tion on Thursday, July 19.: First
daw: irames will feature the

Totals

,J 0 6 14

3L- 1 2

By llANS RIARDON
24 Yeers in Natianel Ueagvt'
. Written for NIA Service.

. 'younger boys from Ancon ana
iwaihna nlaverounds. On Friday

i .Jjjuly 20, Diablo and Gamboa, the

r

-I am. v. n. n ...

Each playground has the pos possibility
sibility possibility of, entering .teajns in 5
different filassificatlon, &wilrj
tha r.lasa E bovs being the

smallest and working up to. the

older and jjigger boys jn wass jn.
Ralhoa and Ancon have a team

in each of the classifications

while Diablo will have all but a

D team and Gamboa win nave

only C and E squads.

Most of the teams have played

several practice, games. Review

ing these pre-season games gives

QUESTION: there any differ- some indication of the teams tc

ence between a hall which hit the hat durlnor the reuular league

rail of the outfield stands and play. In the A League it looks

bounds back and one which hits like a two team battle between

tne rau ana oounas uvuu km- Ancon and Diawo, with tne ia
vitz. Uorlte. role coins: to the boy:

Answers There it a two bate Iwhn nractir.e hard bv Tivoll Ave-

Jf a, t j a i tm I T .. . . m . a.

iTTtrance. ir i a aoupia it mi nue- Balboa IS capaDie 01 ups'
ball bewnds back te the field. It's tin the done here, but the rail

a heme rvn If it stays in. h,rt, don't irlve them much

Q. Is there a penalty for a

thrown cap, glove or mask that The B jague wUl again find
does not touch the baU Joe th; AnconiteJ contesting for the

Bloome. ; ,v ; -;; i ? um. w thia time their chief

Q. An outfielder throws his i glove "uT. 77 7. wii

at a baU preventing it from going Ji.1! -."".V'UV.rt

i r.- i t . r. in, nMinuA. A ilia icsaieun ia i"vw

ime we sianas in wir terriiorysrjr.v.Tt. ....-f Vui. f

Heme run or twa bases h t VUMU1 "'

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Q. The batter apparently hits H108 w.no are supposea w www

safely, but a runner on first base a?? uungs say iw

fails te touch second and is out on ww pe naro to oeai. particularly
appeal. Does the batter get a bse Is this true In the D group where
hit Archie Slaven, the Balboa teams Is rated about

A. No. , ias sure a inin? as a team ma

The reason is readily

money! Prize money

apparent.

for

Boros, who stopped in Ztnes

the ville lona enouih to earn 11.000

World is listed as $101,200, but for playing one of his George S.
with guaranteed exhibitions the Msyponsored exhibition mstches

Rugged rim-pinching ramp ride fails

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winners collects about 1100,000,

The winner of the Oocn sets a

paltry $6,000 or so. Boros and Ben' as

uogan, who eacn missed a putt to
misstying for the Open at Oak
Hill in Rochester, collected only
$3,350 less ..than Dr. Cary Middle Middle-eoff,
eoff, Middle-eoff, the winner. Boros l9 foot
putt on the 72nd green rimmed
the cup.

Asked if there wasn't ; more

prestige connected with winning

me open, Boros, who took the U.
S. title at Northwood in Dallas in

1952; confided: "Prestige doesn't

mean a thing to a professional

guuer. iou wouiani want to sew

up a business deal for. prestige

wnen you could close another for.

40 times as much money, would
you" ...
What about pressure?
"There is much more pressure
in the World," replied Boros, two two-time
time two-time winner of what he now con

siders the big one. "Xhe stakes are

mucn mgger. roe competition
downright mean. The World is
far the hardest to win."

witn Charlie Stamnv a profes

sional, and the top local amateur

twosome, says Hogan isn.t through

a tournament goiter.

"Ben can't afford to quit tourna

ment goii, explains the southern
Pines, N.C., shotmaker. "He has
to sell those clubs he's manufac

turing. He'll have to stay in the

public eye."

Wasnt Hogan bone-tired when
he walked otf the 72nd green at

Oak Hill?

'Hen wasn t as urea as some
people might have suspected," Bo Boros
ros Boros countered. "He was1 shooting
some mighty fine 'golf and ;you
don't shoot that kind of golf wnen
you are as tired as some folks

thought Hogan was. He had a

blood vessel tied off in one of his
legs a few years ago, but he tells

the boys it doesn t hurt him a bit

Julius Boros first 'captured the
World in 1952. the same year he

won" Ihe Open, and' he repeated in

is tne world last year, resulting in

Dyi tne series of exhibitions which car
, 'ried him to all parts of the nation.

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Q, what are the dimensions of

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A. 14 Inches wide and i inch-

be. Gamboa will give the Balboa

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Ir DON PAIRFIELD
WriMen fer NIA Service

Notice how an experienced golf golfer
er golfer wins by keeping the ball

strsight.
The average' new player's orin

cipsl fault is that he wants to hit
the ball too hard. The desire to
whale the daylight out of the ball

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club. under-club. He takes too short a club.

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out some definite plan of action

and know exactly what be will do,
he becomes confused.
Tnke your time, but not so much

as to. hold up those behind you. i

I-

VI

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Play with restraint and w a t e h

your score improve.

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FACING' TRIAL ; Marine Sgt. Matthew C. McKeon, left, W
- shown talking with his defense lawyer Emlle Zola Berman, or
i New York. A former drill Instructor at the Marine Corps
training camp at Parrls Island, N.C, McKeon's court martial
trial began there on July 16 fo. the drowning of six Marines.

Death Marc

Recognized Ro

PARRIS ISLAND, S. C, July 17
(UP) Attorneys for Marine S-
Sgt. Matthew C. McKeon charged
today: as the drill Instructor's cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated "death march" court mar
tial got underway that night man maneuvers
euvers maneuvers were ''recognized practic practices.
es. practices. :
McKeon, a 31-year-old New Eng.
lander, is charged with leading a
platoon of "Boots" on a tidal creek

inarch one chilly, moonless April
'night at this huge Marine recruit
training4 base. Six of the fledging
leathernecks drowned.; c
Two of the four counts against
the veteran sergeant accuse him
: of manslaughter and oppression
of recruits. The others .allege he
, was drunk on vodka the night of
April I when platoon 71 followed
" him into Ribbon Creek on a
"disciplinary" maneuver : and

kniekerf
His counsel, ttew York attorney
Enule: Zola Berman, demanded

that the Marine Corps furnish the - ,...
, defense with the names and ad- Berman said that the question question-1
1 question-1 dresses of all personnel discharg- rfaires were sent out "at the urg urg-'
' urg-' ed from this depot since Jan.' 1, ing of Marine Commandant, Gen.
' 1956.. I Randolph -3fcCall Pate j,who took
Those ex-Marines might "know; "a personal 'interest, in the me-

tnat sucn mgnt marches nave Deenithoda employed" au prepare a

recugmzed practices," Berman said

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hQalkd

utine
in answer to a question by the
court's law officer, Navy' Capt Capt-Irvuig
Irvuig Capt-Irvuig N. Klein, who holds a posi position
tion position similar to a judge in a civil
coort. ,1 .'.'
They? also might; speak "more
freely"'' before the seven-officer
court about the methods' of train training
ing training used to bring a Marine to
'combat readiness, Berman said.
' The attorney requested in ad addition
dition addition that the Marine Corps
produce 27,000 questionnaires to
officers, enlisted men and reierv reierv-lits
lits reierv-lits about ."aeceptod'f practices
of recruit training sent out short,
ly after McKeon led Platoon 71
into Ribbon Creek, the night of
April I, ,;,
' These questionnaires might shed
more: .light on such irregularities
as unauthorized night marches in
to "the boondorks. swamps and
tidal waters of this .boot eamp,
he said.
Marine for combat.
nly in the
arms of the
) man who had
shamed her
could she win
back the love
of th e child ht
had stolen!;
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NEW YORK J.uly 17 (UP) A
34-year-old woman who telephoned
the parents of kidnaped Peter

Weinberger 'witn phony tips was
described by a judge yesterday as
either "cruel or crazy.'
Magistrate Leuli Wallach or ordered
dered ordered the woman, Shirley Gins
berp, of Brooklyn, taken to Kings
County Hospital for observation
Scboloff Con!irm:d
Despite Scathing
South Opposition
WASHINGTON, July 17 (UP)'
The Senate confirmed solicitori
General Simoa E. SobelofTs lonp-
stalled nomination to the federal!
bench last night despite scathing
southern opposition.
.:.. .-. j j
The Senate voted 64 to 19 in
favor of the life-long Republican's f
elevation to the fourt Circuit Court

of Appeals. The circuit covers Vir-. home and held briefly for ques ques-ginia.;.
ginia.;. ques-ginia.;. North and South .Carolina. tionmg., i 1

Maryland and West Virginia.. I
e .u j' I

.'ayuuiiiu,uau -sv me yB ourt and the queens :grana
inauon for a year. They opposed, jurv police searched water drains
the 62-year olf BalUmore, Md. At- ear the Weinberger home in Wes Wes-torney
torney Wes-torney because of his views on bury on the Chance the kidnaper
winfrratectnnal nAwaro on1' hid a:i il.

cesstul arguing of the govern
ment's school segregation case be
fore the Supreme Court.
The Southerners made theu fi-
, . .
nal stands against the nomination
debate. 1 1
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The said SobelnfTs annnintmrt
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erncrs in the Appellate court, cur-
cuii. Ana iney cnargea urn.
pointment was politically motivat
ed. .. ;- i.t"

1 bui in me ena oniy xour itepuD-: t,ing she did
licans joined 15 Southern Demo- ..j tm emou0nally upset," the
crats m voting against confirma- woman said. !'l was married for
tion. The Republicans were Sens.!, sWt whi.e. hut r neve- .d'.

William E. Jenner ; (Ind.), Jo-
B' wvvaiMiJ ,fia.f, IRMiimi
Welker (Ida.). and John J. Wil
liams (Del).
Thirty-five Republicans and 29
Democrats voted for confirmation.
Democrats favoring confirm a a-included
included a-included Senate Leader Lyndon B.
Johnson, and several other south
erhers.
Weather Or Not
. Thi weather report, for the 24
hours ending I a.m. today, Is er er-partd
partd er-partd .by the Meteorological and
. Hydregraphie (ranch of the Pana
ma Canal Company;
'- tu ' BALBOA CRISTOBAL
TEMPERATURI
High 87
13
75
4
.74
II
.21
II
Low.
74
HUMIDITY ;
High
Low i,.,'. &
wind; '' r
(iax, mph) ...
RAIM (inches)
WATER TEMP,
(inner harbors)
96
66
t
17
,0
80
, T I D I S
WEDNESDAY, JULY II
HIGH
12:13 a m.
12:33 p.m.
1
LOW
6:06 1.1
6:41 p.i
L U X
0.60 0.30
SHOWS:
2:50 4:33 6:43 6:53 p.m.
THE BEST PARKING!
A GREAT PLAY
CEC0,'..ES A GHEAT
MOTION PICTURE
With These Unfor Unforgettable
gettable Unforgettable People!
KIRK ELEANOR 'WUIIAM
.., .WlLLtAM WVLERS
- mucin SIDNEY KINGSlEfS
fMtKMlMBMMtl WILLIAM WYUII
fcmmn PHILIP Y0DDAN
i M HOIHT WYLE

TODAY

to "soo if she understands the
charae."

Mrs. Betty Weinberger, mother
of the baby wno was aays 01a
when kidnaped July 4, appeared
in Brooklyn Felony Court to sign
a formal complaint against the
woman. - '.
Mrs. Weinberger., her eyes swol
len and red from crying, later tes testified
tified testified for 24 minutes before a
Queens country grand jury against
two men accused Of attempting to
extort $5,000 from her cy otter
ing to return her baby.
At'Mineola, Harold Snyder, 33,
former inmate of a mental insti
tution, was arraigned on a charge
of disorderly conduct for alleged
ly telephoning Mrs. Weinberger
twice over the weekend and bang
ing up before saying anything.
Snyder posed willingly for pho-
tographers and Invited a detective
to "become famous" by standing
beside him. Snyder, was arrested
jwhen police traced the telephone
calls to his brother-in-law s noma
where he had been staying. 1
Snyder was arrested July 6 in
the vicinity of the Weinberger
- while the distraught mother
was appearing before the Brook-
made good his threat to kill
the
bady if police were notified.. ; j
The Ginsberg woman was ar arrested
rested arrested last Thursday and held in
iucu VI trtj,uw watt vn wi
I giving false inform a Uon on kid-
she wasV accused of telephoniing
thn Woinhoruor hnnls lavfril
j ..n:- .k. 1.
nines auu iciiuig uib umbm uicxi
oaDy, coum .De iouna i cnuruu,
in Stamford. Conn. Police search
p-.twI h- .hnrrh tw r:
Wallach refuted to reduce bail :
for the Ginsberg Woman "be-
m kniA mA 4kak I SSNI Inklimalfl
babyi Tner. s nothing mentally
urmnlf with mtt
Wallach. said if. she Is mentally
competent, VShe ought to stay ini
jail for the rest of her luer
Peron's Conduct
With Nelly J.lay
Lead To Charge
.. 1 ....
niieunc aiBec 17 niPl
Juan D. Peron's relations'with
chanalv brunette teenaoef are
y being investigated to determine
if the former Argentine dictator
should be charged with perver perversion
sion perversion of a minor, it was reported
today. - '':-: y '
Federal Judge Ernesto Bonorl Bonorl-no
no Bonorl-no said ho was looking into Pe Peron's
ron's Peron's friendship with 17-year-old
Nelly Rivas, who ioined the pres presidential
idential presidential household at the age of
14.
Peron, who has been living In
Panama since his overthrow last
September, could be sentenced to
three to six years imprison
ment if convicted.
Judge Bonorlno said ho has
questioned Nelly, who Is now liv
ing in a home for wayward girls,
and plans to question other mem members
bers members of the presidential house
hold during Peron's regime.
Peron Installed the young girl
in his mansion for two years. He
gave her money and other gifts,
and presented her father, a jani janitor,
tor, janitor, with a home.
CENTRAL
.75 AO
SHOWS:
12:50. 2:21, 4:36, 6?50, 9:00 pm
MIGHTV
in scope 1
Whon jreat pictures
re talked about, this
one is mentioned first I
v
HOWARD HUGHCS
jo:::i suaw :
VAYllEiHAYYARD

it

Let the people
31st FEAR
Ike Urges:

Bill; Leaders Admit

WASHINGTON .Tnlw i nn
President Eisenhower called on Re-4
puDucan congressional leaders to today
day today to make a last-ditch effort to
revive the big school construc-1
lion bill which was voted down
recently in the House.
Senate GOP leader William F.
Knowland (Calif.) and House lead leader
er leader (Joseph W: Martin Jr. (Mass.)
both told the President they would
make the attempt.- But they said
chances for success are "slim" in
view of the drive to eriinnrn Cnn.
gress late next week. ...
The President spent ever an
hour going over the legislative
situation with ranking Republic Republicans
ans Republicans of the House and Senate,
exploring what could be done- to
speed up action on Administration-favored
legislation in the
waning days of Congress. -;
Mr. Eisenhower, according to
the leaders, was still hopeful that
a measure to increase postal rates,
me suDjeci 01 neanngs before the
Senate Post Office Committee this
week, would be acted on at this
session. The House has approved
uie man nutes.
On the school hill ITnnivlanH
said what the President ?anf is
legislation to help build more

English Debutantes Rush To Get
Butterflies Tattooed On Bosoms

LONDON. July 17 (UP) Ai

spreading new craze is threaten .'dude teen-agers, housewives, typ typ-in?'
in?' typ-in?' to make Britain a nation of ists, debutantes, models and oth-

laiiuueq women.; ,': i--. r
The backs, lees, arms and even
bosoms of English women are be-j
ing indelibly imprinted with multi
colored designs ranging from pea
cocks and tigers to names of mo movie
vie movie stars and signs of the zodiac.
The girls are proudly displaying
their tattoos at beaches, holiday
resorts ana swimming pools.
Business is reported so brisk
that tattooists are compelled to
turn away many 01 the girls who
ilock to tnem. 1-
One leading London tattoo art
ist, Alexander Gordon, now ranks
himself among the city's busiest
men. He say his telephone never
stops ringing. -
"I've had so jnany requests,
I've had to leave" my telephone
receiver off the hook," Gordon
said.. 1
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LAST DAY! '.15 .40
3:05 5:55 9:00 p.m.
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Jennifer JONES
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"THE MAN
IN THE GRAY
FLANNEL SUIT"
1 1 In CINEMASCOPE!'
TOMORROW.
At t-M 4:00 6:00 p.m.
A LOVE THAT
DEFIED 5000 YEARS
OF TRADITION!
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holden VJcr:xs
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"LOVE
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BENEFIT
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knout the truth and the

PANAMA, E. P., TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1956

Last-Ditch Action On School

schools in needy states and areas
"rather- than a pork, barrel bill
spread out all over the country.'
Knowland said Mr. Eisenhower
wants the Federal Government to
be in a supplementary position to
provide assistance in ouuaing new
schools in areas unable to finance
construction independently.
, Knowland' Said he told the Pres President
ident President ho would be "less than
frank" if he did not tell him that
revival of the school bill at this
late state is more than "a long
shot."
"It's pretty doubtful,,r Martin
said, "although the President is
very anxioav to have it. If we're
going to get out next week, 1 would
say the chances are pretty slim."
Meanwhile, Mr. Eisenhower s ci
vil rights bill cleared its first
hurdle when the Houses cleared
the measure for two days of de-j
bate yesterday. The action was
taken by voice vote.
Foes and backers of the bill
took up cudgels immediately. Sup Supporters
porters Supporters said it would help estab establish
lish establish "equality under law" for all
Americans. Southern Democratic
foes called it a violation of states'
rights and a bid by both political
parties for the Negro vote in No
Gordon said hix riisfnmar In.
er women of all ages and respect.
Some customers, he said, go for
the more timid settle for h arm.
less subjects such as butterflies.
...... n.. .
uauaujr Ull UlKir DOSOmS. ;
Others have portraits of their
current boy friends etched on their
legs. :- v,.,
The new' "fashion horror" was
denounced by the London mass
circulation newspaper,, the People.
It published a oicture of pin
with a tiger's head" tattooed all
over her back.
"The girl comes from Copenha.
gen." the newspaper said. "But
don't sigh with relief and say that
r-uvisn gins couia never be so
stupid.
"The horrible craze HAS spread
to Britain." .
BELLA

country is safe '. Abraham Lincoln

Chances
vember. '.-
But the real battle will come
on Thursday,, when the House
will consider amendments to the
bill. Southern critics have pledg pledged
ed pledged to wage an all-out parliament parliamentary
ary parliamentary fight at that time to delay
its passage. ; t : .:-:r,.
Northern supporters of the till,
for their part,, agreed to adopt a
"wait em out" tactic to thwart
threatened southern delaying ma
TiAitvarQ i' '. ... 1 v
- Under their pjanl they hoped to
keep 218 members a majority
on the floor at. all' tunes to fore
stall southern demands for time-;
consuming quorunv calls. .They al
so pledged themselves not to. of
fer or supporti any amendment
tvniAk ivAiilrl nalau final Annn
TV ii'vu nwuiu yvm uieia. stvvivui
Before taking up the measure,
the House voted 151 to 103 to block
a parliamentary maneuver by
Dixie members which would have
permitted immediate delaying lac lac-tics.
tics. lac-tics. V. .. '... .' .. :v:.v.
The House will debate the bill
again this afternoon and then put
it aside Wednesday in favor of oth
er legislative business.
Supporters of the bill hope for
final passage Thursday night or
Friday. It was considered cert-
" The
Judge's Bench
Speeding and reckless driving
resulted in three fines In Balboa,
Magistrate's' Court, today, 3
Gary E. Smith, 20, an Ameri American.'
can.' American.' serving with the Air 1 on e,
was fined $25 for reckless driv driving
ing driving on Gaillard Highway at 10: 55
p.m. July i2. s"- ru, i
Milton B. Bostic, 84, an Amer-.
lean serving with the NavjTj was
fined $24 for-speeding 60 mph
In a 40-mile zone along Bruja
Road. j- ( i
Earl Dyer" 23, American, was
fined $15 for driving 50 mph In
ft 40-mile zone 1 along Bruja
Road.
Moises Barrios, a 34-year-old
Panamanian who pleaded guilty
to having -cut 300 small trees
near Madden Dam was given a
suspended sentence.
I Carlos Runert BeeklM S2
Panamanian, was' fined $5 for
overparklng.
VISTA
I
t

1TTX CENTS

Are Slim
aln to pass the House by a com'
fort able margin but, like all oth
or civil rights legislation, to diet
in the Senate where it could be 1
filibustered to death. , ; S
The bill would establish a presU
dential commission on civil rights,
create a civil rights, division with within
in within the. Justice Department, ; and
authorize federal prosecutors to go
into the federal courts to protect
the voting rights of Negroes and
other' minorities.
Rep. Kenneth B.? Keating1 (R
N.Y,),.the first spokesman for (he)
bill, called it a key part of the
President'a program. :i vv.
"If would materially strengthea
! 0ur body of laws to protect civil
xjghtj,- he saieU "It contains no?
I ai.; : 1
thing repressive, v unfair or re
strictlre.? y I. J,t':, A
bui Kep. wuuam M. Colmef
(D-Miss.K a leader of the southern
bloc; said civil rights bills usual
ly are brought up in election years
even though there is no hope of
their enactment. He added that
even if they did pass, the legisla legislation
tion legislation would not work. V ;
"You are trying to take a race
of people who a few generations
ago were just unenlightened hu human
man human beings in the jungles of A A-frica,"'
frica,"' A-frica,"' and overnight, by judicial
1 decree or legislative enactment,
place them on the same level with
people who have had the beneficts
of education and Christianity. for
thousands of years," he said. "It
just doesn't make sense.
Dental Clinic
Will Rcrn 1
The-Gambo!) Denial clinic' w',11
be reopened Thursday on a three three-day
day three-day a week basis, it was announc announced
ed announced Wednesday at the Health Direc Director's
tor's Director's office. .: ' '. '"
The clinic has been closed for a a-bout
bout a-bout two years. The dentist Who
will be in charge of the clinic is
Dr. Jaime A. Diaz. The clinic is
located in the Gamboa Medical
building. , i -1
It will be opened on a continu continuous,
ous, continuous, basis from t 6'clock in the
morning ontil 8 o'clbck at .night
on Tuesdays Thursdays, and Sat Saturdays.
urdays. Saturdays. Dr. Dial will be on duty
in Balboa on other days of the
week. The telephone' number of
the Gamboa office is 6-418,
SOON TO BE
RELEASED!

mth SIDNEY KMGSIEY