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PANAMA, R.P, THURSDAY, JULY M, 195$
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V-.,,t.a un-r r mi TT SSgt. Mat thew McKeon Rita surrounded by his defense ,..
McKEON PADSmGmLr7wand S.C. .McKeon pleaded not guilty to manslaughter
1STSTf recruits. At left Is. Emile Zola Herman,
Death March. Sarge Views
Phofcs Of 6:Dea'Marines
(1 o :.
(UP)-The i Photographs oIx
hpld in" iron, w hi-
-mansiaugnws ui ---
i 1 Anv nt the 31
AS ..-.i Am instructors
year-oia jwr tlott bJ
trial W;.r nre. the
QUI11C V f.- d r
parently were considered too bru
tal -for eviaence wM w
law officers capw Irving
Klein refused to admit some ait-
er examining thenv
This startea out ro oe uuui
sweltering day with: the bright
South Carolina summer sun
usually useo -as cmici
school children. The court offl-
pan introducing vieu, om,p.,,,i tleless Vfor
Photographs, held scj r"t time and -more -fans were
i feeUaway ro ,n evlaence. v :
g'Y IT - Therosecutlon indicated it
jjluc k .'would shortly begin reconstrue
KSSlff mchta Bevler would not discloser hi.
t1 mentre droned in order of witnesses. But
"The defense contends e
fluffed inte the
ters f RibOo Creek to an ef-
rt tn save h3s platoon when
. ttai nri pharees oi
- : I.ut,.f.Tvh Introduced In
SwS 1 'we bodies as they
ferl tiken from the tidal stream
" . n th rtn after the
?n SiuJ5r.rfirf ia-: in
, the water 16 to 20 hours.. The
until me uwmwu "---hvt
:. The drownings .occurred ot
8:45 p.m. on Apru
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tmmm Attorney Emlle Zo a;
three sergeants who had been
close to McKeon during me uve
weeks.the 31-year-old sergeant
nrak rfriii in.t.riiMr of the Ill-
fated Marine recruit recruit pla
toon 71,- ;
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s The trial was pierced by a
dramatic sidelight yesterday
when the any but friendly Mc McKeon
Keon McKeon met the mother f one
of the six .Vctims of the
march. He sadly told Mrs.
Mrsie Meeks, rray hsired
mother of the late Pvt. Thom Thomas
as Thomas Hardeman, that he was
. "truly sorry lor what haf-
- Th ATfnftoted nrbsecutlon wlt-
thl. ftftprnonn were 8-
8gt Edward A. Huff, Sgt. JRich-
art T Kino and T-set Eiwyn H.
Scarborough. Huff was the sen senior
ior senior drill instructor of recruit
Platoon 31 and i King and Mc-
iKeon were drill Instructors.
Scarborough was drill, instructor
In another company. ;.:.:.
A nmMeA nolio wis reoorted
today at Gorgas Hospital. The pa-
tlont i an IH-montn-olQ DOT Irom
Birabow City whose wuier is em employed
ployed employed in the Marine Bureau.
The child is not seriously ill, but
it was reported .that there was
some muscular involvement to the
leg. The child had not been ino inoculated
culated inoculated with Salk vaccine,
It' was also announced ; at the
hnniti tht' another ease was
tvAatjwi Aarnor Tni mBma.uui uiu
illness was o light that a definite
diagnosis of polio was not wade
until the day. the patient ws dis-
rhnrecd. i ne paucm was a
h,.u nf T pfpvre Park in ran
ma. Ha father' is an employ. in
the Service Center Division. v
Ti.ii. u,o th fmt do io naiienv
.mittsii in ihf hnsnital this year
of more than s years of age.-
Sencte Probing V
n U.S. Industry,
The Senate Internal Security Sub
committee asked government om
iai asrriv if farcien Commu
rusts can secretly invest in.y..S.
Commerce Department officials
ill v hnt there is no evidence
that they have done so, The sub
committee said it wm investigate
the subject anynow. c
Th Siihmmmittea aald S W 1 1 S
banks, which refuse to give -the
nanes of tneir aeposuors, can nuy
securities in the1 United States. Sen.
niin n Johnston fD-S.C.) said this
i gives Communists: ooportunity to
invest in strategic U.S. corpora
tions, maxe money ana aia ue
Colon Gouple Rescued
.' jjeieiiac o"1' OUSly tOf ' ? "" r i
He charred they were
ome, inflammatory, and Wect
' a maelre note." - ?
. nVinncrranh uai naSS
ed to the defense lawyer, seated
he the -accused, McKeon oc oc-ainnaiiv
ainnaiiv oc-ainnaiiv flicked his wes for a
r,f th rrim scene as
"though some strong attraction
rf-anr tn the nictures. Then
. v, mnniri nervously scratch his
MV TT w
upper lip. ; '
The decision os to whether President
Eisenhower will visit the Canal Zone
while on the Isthmus for the Presidents
meeting will not be'taken till of ter his
arrival here Saturday morning, it was
Argentine provisional President Qen Pedro
E.' Aramburu is heading for Panama this after-
noon on a scneduie wmcn wouia pnng nun w
Tocumen airport early tomorrow morning.
A reliable source said today that the question
of the presenee in Panama of exiled former Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine strongman, Juan D. Peron, will not be
brought up by. Aramburu during the presidential
conference scheduled to start Saturday. k
ius at Tocomen at 4;15 this afternoon is Chile's
President Carles Ibanez 4el Car.po, .A, V $
"-Ppraariiay's Prr?,-t Gt.;. Alfrr Ftrr--trLr
v'a3 first Prc?!dcr.tt3 ziu,,'zt i..l. .l..t, last nijht.
Because it was after sundown, Strocssner was not
.ma1jlJ I 4 1- u 0"1 a1,i1 fAM.'' 4lA aa1irf4fifl -.
Vrt-fLKfl Willi X Z. I V 1. j I HaluLC 11UH1 DaiUUlIC UU
tery which l'anaraa hasDorrowea irom me unuea
States Arwy, CanLbean,. f or the iresidential con
' A lartrr smart whifp-irlnvprl rontinent of Patt'
ama's National Guard honored Stroessner'g arriyaL
' t As Stroessner set foot on f anamanian soil, ai
t ha fnnt nf tri stpns frnm thft Tlranif f airliner which
Vi V VW V WW'f -w-m :
brought him from Asuncion, the National Guard
band struck lip the rarajuayan national aninem,
fniinworf hv th Pannmanian national aninem.
President RicardoUria then moved forward
with senior members of his administration to greet
me ursi arrival lor vne uiawsit a icbwcmmiiviuu;
ence.' .Mj r'-i'.;?;-.. :
r Sfrrtfcenor,a far then moved fin ClOSe DV the Sir
craft, and the visiting; President was speeded off to
town without entering the airport Duiiflinj.
. It is understood this will be the routine for all
' Thi.'mnrnirxr thi Organization of American States
continued its special Bolivarian mtsting in tht, Bella Vista
roorri f Hotel El Panama. .
; Thert War no spectators from th Canal Zona faking
anv Vntareat In this 21-nation masting, probably tha largest
international oipiomaxic avenx ever io ian mm
. i t
FIRST TO ARRIVE Heralding the arrival of the H American Presidents to Panama was
Gen. Alfredo StroessneTi President of Paraguay Un jnilitary uniform),, who was the first to;
set foot at Tocumeri' last night shortly after midnight. Here he is shown being welcomed
by Panama's President Arias (right) while Paraguayan -Toreign Mimste Pr, RauL Sapena,
pastor, (left,), chaU with Panama's Foreign Minister Alberto. Boyd.
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In Air Power
TJ S. AMBASSADOR to the OAS. John C. Dreier, calls on me
nktiona of th hemisohere to dedicate themselves to a "con
tlnued creative effort" In inter-American relations yesterday
as the OAS Council convened lor tneir secona meeimg si, nu nu-telEl
telEl nu-telEl Panama In the afternoon session. Seated at Dreier s
right M Dr. Cesar Tulio Deigaao, uoiomoia s Amoassaaoi. u
j'. v the oas ana presiaeni m mc wm...
Girl 6:1$ J3 D:y$
Tr. ftiinn Tpsidpnts were res
cued ty the ; crew of U.S. Army
imHintf praft vesterdav afternoon
after nearly five hour in a 14 14-foot
foot 14-foot skiff which swamped off the
month of the, Chagres Kiver
A thi rH momhAT nf tha oartv in
the disabled boat -John T. Styles,
of Gatun had wum asnore
through the surf W get help.; "i-
u m snH MP an1. Hlftt Mirni
J. Archer, were treated, for mild
exposure and released by Coco
Sola Naval Hospital The men were
identified as employes, of the Pa
nama Canal Co. t .-
the Army landing boat, skipper skippered
ed skippered by Sfe Douglas VL Gomes, had
In xnntonri with ilaaw if 1-1 BOC
ill and a 20-kriot wind to res
Cue the Archers. Sgt. Gomes- said
thnt.be had to circle the swamp swamped
ed swamped boat twice before he could close
in without sinking it completely,
5tyl swam tnraugn mm sun,
buoyad up by art empty a
can; aftar the party had fleatad
halplasily for savaral hours. Com
mg aher-abovt a mil and a
half from rha mouth of the Cha.,
grts. River, he made his way to
point where ho could hail rha
crew of rha Army boat en the oait
ttanlr af ttia rival-.
Gomes had one of his boat's co
sines dismantled for repair, but
W water, but Gomes lashed him
self to the top cover of his craft
and finally caught
a glimpse of a
' A flfiht An the Tivoli Cpmmls-!
gary area involvmg two men was
resolved in Balboa Magistrate's
Court today when Pearl Brown, 3V
Panamanian, was sentenced to 30
days in jail on a charge oi battery:
His conviction was for hittin
' AUterto Pimienta in the head with
a hardwood cot-slat last June 13.
-v"a rii'triat. th defendant coh-
. AAmA raia has Apriirrad in
PaBama jurisdiction.' t, i immediately cast off. Operating on
t Ait court, la an unusual move.'ed up Styles on the opposite bank.
't,.Cceeded to the scene of the af-l The craft-put out at once to
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JUir aim uclciiiiuiu iiiab 11117 nrrtl CII ll'I iii uwaim W WH. nu
dent had occurred inside the Can- hour s search was necessary he heal
al heal Zone line. . I Ifore the boat was located about 3
Thereafter the : trial proceededipim. drifting toward Pina Beach.
and Brown was convicted and sen-i Tht-Archers were hard to de-
itect because. tbcy,.wcre o.Jow 4a
; Whan found, the Archart were
eatod m the boat, which was w.
darwato but still buoyant an an-ougfc
ougfc an-ougfc te koop them afloat. AN.
though thay wort anly about 200
yard off Pin Beach they were
toe wtskonod to swim and,
thought they had soon sharks.
Th -rur nf th Arm lonrtinP
craft" gave clothes to the victims
and' attammafl tn warm tnem
Thev wert taken. by ambulance
to the dispensary of the Jungle
Warfare Training Center, Fort
Kharman fnr nretiminarv. treat.
ment and form there to the Coco
5o'o Naval JiospuaL ;
'm niv nan np?itn nannuv wnn
th Archrri and Stvlei cast off a-
bout 8:30 a.m. yesterday. Off Fort
San Lorenzo, however, the boat fill
ed up with water and tney jmtison jmtison-ed
ed jmtison-ed the outboard motor to keep a.
Tli hoot ririftpit westward alone
the beach and about 11 seemed to
be roing out to sea. Then Styles
volunteered to swim asnore tor
A Navy helicopter was a i s o
searching the area to help locate
th mi.Minff boat 11 the A r ra V
rsft mad its iwmd nf tha area-.
Gomes was assisted in the res
cue by his crew: Ffcs Everett J.
Camoaneiu. Samuel U. f orter and
Theodore B. Avails;, S-"
AU four men serve in the Cha Cha-oroi
oroi Cha-oroi Kivar Detachment of the
Transportation Section, Headquart
sneechea at this morning's
aid aaastnn were alone Uie
same lines as mooe ycvuBj,
praising Bolivar ana nis weiua
I-j JUi. .nHnralna th nrln-
clples. of panamerlMnUnf.
The session was scnenuica w
hear speeches by ambassadors
to the OAS from Paraguay, Ven Ven-eiuela,
eiuela, Ven-eiuela, Haiti, Guatemala, the
Dominican Republic, Bolivia and
Panama,? ,-: -. t
: Thia afternoon renresentatlves
of Costa Rica, Argentina, Ecua
dor, Cuba ana Uruguay w
scheduled to speak.
ai'r Jniss USA; Iowa ;nihister paughter,
world, new forms or ine oia acs- t"
PoUsm have fastened their grip fo COPpCte 111 MISS UlllVerSe FlliaiS
on unsuspecting peoples.-Wt see .. .. i.t p h j ., .v.
According t weU Informed
sources Peron was scheduled
to leave here for Nicaragua
our principles challenged knd
nrw mav nr lira tnrMunm as
thaw team in tha time of Bollvari i Altffi REACH Calif." Mav 19
. n,m.Jm. n lAAlra acraln tn vmv a m.uaq,.a1 miniltfr'x
Ithe Internal sources of Us datighter from Iowa competerta-'
atrpturth Fortunately, we find niM aa tha newlv.crowned miss
ourselves Immeasurably stronger I u.S. Al 'in semi-finals of the Miss
nnt nnlv because of the BTOwtb Universe beauty 'Pageant
Ui. UIU vVUllMlV 41, ,f .
or Hie,' but also because oi we carol oms, siamesque
evex-lncreaslng unity of our 21 Iowa, was selected as Miss U.S.A.
republlca", be couilnuecL
At the opening of this morn morning's
ing's morning's session, the delegates
stood for a minute's s'lence as
a mark of rrspect to Honda Honda-ran
ran Honda-ran ambassador to the OA8,
Gen. Carlos Iw.gu.rre, who
died of S rt attack yester yester-da
da yester-da In U'aM.incton. '''
' The speech Izaguirre was
scheduled to deliver will be read
this afternoon by Policarpo Ca Ca-lielas.
lielas. Ca-lielas. nresently representing
I Honduras on'the OAS. ..cv
it n. amhassador. to ine OAS
Tnhn T nrlw In hta aneer.h ves-
W.a.a v. fc -
terday' recalled the' congress oi
Panama, called by BoUvar in
1828. The oresent special oas
meeting te In commemoration
of the anniversary l tnat ongi
nftl congress.-v: v '-
Sold IlriPr' N . :'?''?"!
.' "The times In which we live
todav have much in common
"Ont of the unity which a
small nnmbef of men 131 yean
at aaw elearlv. ha come a
great International erganlsa erganlsa-tioa
tioa erganlsa-tioa based upon prnelples of
peace, equality, mutual respect
. "rhta nnlt.v ha served to build
a system oi collective- security
which is without parallel any anywhere
where anywhere In the world. Thla. unity
haa likawixe formed th DUSlS
for increasingly broad coopera
tive efforts in au neias oi mier mier-national
national mier-national relations, : dedicated to
th nmmotion of better econo
imic, aoclsl and cultural condi
tions of life in ait the countries
nf America nrier went on.
I. w would ho noor Inheritors
of the glorious tradition which
the Congress oi ranama o o-lished
lished o-lished If we did not dedicate
ourselves on this occasion to a
continued creative error in inter-American
relations. ; ; v
The Organization or Ameri-
last night from among 18 domes domes-ti
ti domes-ti n.nti Sh will vie with 29
foreign beauties during the next
two days tor ine coveiea uue ui
most beautiful gin in we woriu.
Parnlina hTanrv -fif!niliim Mien
Arlranaaa fihnri T.wifi Mic Nph-i
raska; and Jo Dodson, Miss Texas.'
T'm vrv virv hannv Mils
Morris sobbed when she was in introduced
troduced introduced as Miss U S A to some
4,0C0 persons In Long Beach muni municipal
cipal municipal auditorium. I only hope I
can uphold the glory of our coun country
try country in the finala.7; .Un :,v.-v
V WASHINGTON, July'W K(UP) -1
Defense Secretary Charles E. Wil Wil-soa
soa Wil-soa insisted today bat the United i
States now is- 1'ahead"- of -Russia
in ''overall air strength.'! He said
it 1H fen fill trt maintfim
. "w iiiniuvtuii -OUAaUt,lCliw
air strength to deter war, . h
He: made the statement in a let-
ter to Chairman Stuart Symington
(D-Mo.) of a Senate Arms Service!
subcommittee which is investitraU
ing Democratic complaints that tht
United States ia lnsinc -.i. .,..
macy 'to Russia. . ; K
V Tne letter w" in answer to-Sym. 't
mgton's charges that Wilson's ear
lier testimony was in "direct con con-flicf
flicf con-flicf and "inconsisetnt" with that
presented by high-ranking mihta-.
WileAn'ilijI aia.,. JA.f 1,
lth the testimony of his military
Ilia-, Bf La B i-a
that "after a rarifnl aviau f :
testimony and that of others. I
must state that I disagree with the
conclusions ft your statement."-.
It IX his hflllnf ho V..J
upon evaluation of the facts, that
j urwau air swengin we are
ahead of the Russians today and
we intend in the future to build
and m ttintnin .-.a-t
i-i wmu air airengui
capable of preserving the Security
pf the United SUtes, and as a visi.
Lai J A a. A . a. ... .... Jt-'t', :
uie ucierrcnt io wars oi any kind,
nka hhi.vd brnwn-h Sired
Drake University student from Ot Ot-tumwa,
tumwa, Ot-tumwa, la., was stunned whenhe
found she was the domestic beauty
queen and exclaimed," I didn't de
serve it, out Ulan uu.
Miss U.S.A. OI 1HS0 is we oniy
t.iid nf th Rpv. Laverne Morris.
oastor of the- Davis Street Chns-i
tian unurcn oi uiiuinwa. oiie iw
fiu.fppt. seven-inches tall and
weighs l-a pounas.
The ... ;
Judges Bench ;
She Is a junior at Drake Univer University
sity University where she is studying to be a
teacher. During the summer
nk. h wnrlri i a lifeeuard
lltviiuia mi. .. a.-
at an Ottumwa Swimming pool,
The ridiant winner, who mea measures
sures measures 38-25-38. is. the Iowa State
rhamninn at synchronized swim-
Runners-up in-uie miss u.a.n
vranviin n Van Ardov 21. an
Amrirn aervillir with the Na
vy, was fined $15 In Balboa Mag
istrate's Court ior anving an
automobile in a reckless manner
alone Goreona Road nad Barne
Th offense occurred at 7:10
1 11V W l laaUia '-a a. ------ I ..-
-A-A. i.ii....f j..Ani4aNil a. t. twAsmv ftf t Bnmont
today have much in commonican ewve apimu. j-w'fl' rfV'ihV
with 4he era of U)-Congrw-ot-iCaUau4 Fae t, CmLA) --wotoi- gty-Uryr-Miss-liouUi-cioaai,
t?mrK 3. Rerninr la. an Amer
ican serving with the Army was
a.. m a.nn ...I, a l I ..
iinpn a xniiii ni su. nun ur iub
fine was for failure to have, hlf
vehicle inspected and snow
certificate; the other hau was
for following another cat too
Traffic, on Gaillard Highway b.
tween the Albrook entrance and
uibdio crossing nas been restrict-
ed to One-way movement north northbound
bound northbound for an indefinite period.
Th traffic i-octrintlnn l ui..a.
aa.vaaaa.aavu u, UCV1H,.
f-tf tn tnatalt a nAflaaa. ml a t
J w aaiLHRa. m a,v, .11,11 U4 4U -irHl-
tie control signal system for Ga il
ia r a nignway ana io resurface the
section-of highway between Al.
hrnnk and Diahln Crmtimt Thai
. .. v. va vovui A 111, I C
pair-, and resurfacing of the high. v
naaj- uviii niuiwn W 11VVU VJlUaS
ing and the construction of two
new street connections were com' 1
pleted several weeks sgo.
: ? ''.,. : !:.-! 1 -.-,1. v. .' ,.
VLrttiiA 4tha Attl la iih4a VM.tw
all southbound traffic will be de de-toured
toured de-toured over Diablo Crossing and
over Diablo Road to Balboa. Traf
fic destined tor Aibrooic Air f orce
Base will use the new Walker Ave-
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MORE ABOUT BAPTISM
not say. ;
Hlslop'e Th. IH Babylona, t.
morded Act. ::
of cleanslBC by water is of P t
Rather then My that Peter's divinely inspired werds were
v...Vtn i w the sense of his worus is thst bptUed ones,
tab pentSt f theMiecei. foriness, their siiu .are
Sed wa" iot by water, but by the precious bUod cl Christ.
There's ulte a difference, isn't thereto -j. ; u
by 'the & f SE cS?o, W W read,, Jet t
or symbol ol wch repentance Mtot!
Sufficient has been said about baptism? buwlJlj
ther iotatiith which Mr. Burrow takes ismev:Jti. Inherit.
- S Sya behttt we inherited death not sin. ow tran
whwU V impossible to inherit the one wt. tb Mtar. Mtar.-DBath
DBath Mtar.-DBath U "ecau5eof sin and sin Is the cause W.vg.ggJ
" H"lth that would prote the absence of sinand n there
WS SIsMeTJ "would bePno death. A tery simple PM
of thV law of cause and effect, exacUy as sUted in Romans
8:lMMv-A'l-r-f i fiirJ ;;-f ;s':':'" ::
Then W Burrow statss that his, Btb6etil4iA
a UtUe babi is born' a sinner and in. danger o he toes hJ
M it should dU. That's fine.. Mr. Burrow, and neither does
Rut both jours and mine do clearly teach that even
SSe babtes Vri by inheritance. Because sin means to
ml4 the mark of perfection set by the Creator. Jehovah God.
AdaV wdV losf that orHlnal pertecUon resulting ta ta-perfect
perfect ta-perfect rce! All parents are imperfect, thus eunners, and can can-not
not can-not proSule perfect sinless ehUdren. Says God through his
preMob, Who can bring a clean thing wt o a
not one. Job 14:4; also Psalm 51:5; Romans 3-10,23 and Gai
3:22. -.tjx . j -' -w. '''hv .'
But are little children who die in danger of torment in the
fires of hell? No they are not. Why? For the simple reason
tha sta'i wiges ii death. (Romans 0:23) Now, I'm sure, Mr.
Burrow; that yon as t Bible-beUever and an abhorrer of tradi tradi-tional
tional tradi-tional creeds and denominatioualism, wlU hot resort to such and
TSaStiSSnSi'b dies and that the soul lives on, because
your Kbirsiys that the soul that sins dies. (Esek 18:40) Nor
will you wish to borrow from the traditionalists to say that
death meahs simply to change one's placeof abode from earth
to heaven or hsll, because your Bible, Mr. Burrow, plainly states
at EccL :5A that tht dead know nothing, that they are un un-eonscious
eonscious un-eonscious iT their graves. Jesus verifies this when foretelling
th resurrection. (John 5:289) He finds two classes In the
rraves, namely, these who did good and those who did eviL
Ha says they will be. brought out of the graves not down
-frto heavenly bliss or up from fiery torments. -j Qt eoursMhe
Bible mentions A take of ilre and also wtn the termheU firs.
" Both expressions are from the Greek "Gehenna." Tbe tin h
not literal, of course, but symbolic of lbe utter destruction of
i'-body and sout of the wicked. It means the second death, and
' ith -M possibility of recovery-Matt. W.-23; Rev. 20:14,15; 1:S.
' A fuller discussion of this 1U have to await a subsequent
letter l---v -;' '-,...;'.'...'''''; '. "'.i--v:J:-.
r-... Tnr for neater knowledie of th Sacred Writings, :
fy HAOVwO Ml MAW 10 i4 AUU rfw 1 wt r
chooses to employ underhanded methods to' attempt to mar
"T"Mt. Calhoun's fine reputation in our community, it may be his
? t LrAnu.... in a 4m. Aiimtr HlrA-PanftmA. T ptA Answer
ColoneLBUmn in his own manacr, behind. closed door, afraid
i. to show my jace in the open.
-r Per- your information. Colonel Blimp, nothing at -all- you
t'may say to log Mr. Calhoun's fine standing in this our .com.
. munity will accomplish your purpose. Why ? : Because Mr. Cal-
houn is an honorable man, an upstanding cftfceiva true gentle gentle-Z
Z gentle-Z saan and rlnd-hearted man. :.' "-.-i-f.
His unftuesUonable integrity is soIidr:nj? are not Just
j'heautlful ords put down on paper. They rise from the proof
"of a man' worth which lies tu- public recognition of his life
tame accomplishments. At leas: we know who Mr. Calhoun is,
hecause he Is'not afraid of you and your kind. But do we
" know from -which side of the -tracks you tome, Colonel Blimp?
jr? Mr. Calhoun's writing in answer to. your insults has shown
i he is a true gentleman.. If I had been in his shoes, I would
have ignored you -right from the beginning..: Be is, far above
-"v6u in every respect, because he fightsclean battles.., .You, on
X the other hand, have always dealt, from' the bottom of the
deck. ; 4'" -i''v-;i.'ir
1 i, T. lm1rA. Mr Talhoiin all the more for not lowerine him-
-- :' -,-
I desires a bar at Paralsb
tn coke. rThe bar for men only, and a TV set be there for
tieasure.. .-- : ;-r r.j.i (;
Although Local Rate, a bar where a working man can get
t-me drinks is not asking much, because I pay for the drinks,
i ne money for bus to Panama can, get hie a couple-of drinks.
yf woman he dont let me keep rum in house and 1 dont
lse beer. I am tuck with present conditions.' ;
Please, Mr. Governor Potter, my morale and money are low.
Kindly heed my plea and put bar for men in Paraiso. A man
seed a" place to be away from the wife and kids for .little while
to be happy and relax. f
I work very bard and am honest man. I been with Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal new many years of work, and plan to. stay, until I
. get retire, wlih monthly pay. -; - ';y
vomc t V.
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a Ma. mvAv4ifin for tht fTM
! -mi nttmritle to dis-
prove that t the Id., that wator
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. Paraiso Resident
By VICTOR RliSEL
Apparently Moscow's secret pol-i
ice is pouring as mucn money
into tne U.S. tor sabotage as Nik-
ua is pouruig vouxi into jmrush jmrush-chev.
chev. jmrush-chev. Inere is at least one perceptive
government investigator who has
oug up information that the So
viet Embassy paymaster is pay paying
ing paying some of its American agents
to stir trouble in our east .coast
pons especially those dock
areas surrounding the absolutely
indispensable Army and Navy
The government investigator is
Judge Robert Morris, chief coun counsel
sel counsel to the Senate Subcommittee on
He has just told me that this
Information comes from what he
believes to be a good source.
Judge Morris can Judge a source
or a spy with the certainty of an
observatory prediction of Mars'
next junket towards us.
Bob Morris thought enough of
this information to round up sev several
eral several mysterious characters last
Thursday and put them on the wit witness
ness witness stand in Washington, These
witnesses have been dealing with
the toughest, best-connected strong
arm men on the eastern water waterfront,
front, waterfront, in and around the harbor
which houses the Army Port of
Embarkation and the Leonardo
Naval loading base. Without these
our oversees hydrogen and atomic
air depots would find it mighty;
niffifulr M atAV WAll.m innaH ha11
provisioned and well-fueled.
Judge Morris put it to two of
then Charles Keith and Sara Ma Ma-dell
dell Ma-dell right between the eyes, i
The committee counsel asked'
them whether they had ever re received
ceived received any money from the Soviet
Embassy in Washington and if
they had any contacts with the
Embassy. Both bee-lined for the
Fifth Amendment. It was. in fact,
a big day for. the Fifth.
' Judge Morris asked another wit witness,
ness, witness, Irving Charles Velson, wheth whether
er whether he was It the moment a mem member
ber member of the Communist party. Velson
took. the Fifth and refused to an answer.
swer. answer. It was then pointed out that
there is sworn testimony in con congressional
gressional congressional records charging Velson
with having worked with the Sov Soviet
iet Soviet master-spy, Jay Peters, the link
for many years between the Amer American
ican American Communists and Soviet, Mili Military
tary Military Intelligence.
Velson was asked if he. once
was military chief of the Young
Communist League. Again he re refused
fused refused to answer. i
' There's' something as''" unclean
as. the bottom of a snake pit about
a mad who 'Sits before respected
members of the U.S. Senate and,
with an 'amuse. arrogance and
utter immunity, refuses to deny
that he aided Russia's espionage
network even through the years
when the Soviets were e 1 a s p d
ly to the bemedlaled breasts of
the gas-chambering : Nazi Third
Velson admitted meeting with
some of the most influential men
in the racket ridden longshore longshoremen's
men's longshoremen's circles and then report reporting
ing reporting directly back to his union
chief. Harry Bridges.
So here we have evidence of
what I've always charged that
Bridges DID have contacts among
the muscle men. Harry Bridges is
sneering sort of fellow and part
of that circle which laughs loudly
at us sentimentalists who think it
immoral and unethical to be de devoted
voted devoted to a dictatorship abroad.
And here we have Harry Bridges,
powerful leader of a powerful un union
ion union of longshoremen and ware warehouse
house warehouse workers, hiring Velson as an
international representative of his
union. .. '. wwx'....
And here weAhave Bridges us
ing Velson as his agent in the east
on Velsoh's sworn testimony.
There are pictures to prove that
Velson was honored by this union
on June 8 by being seated on the
nlatform with other leaders at a
meeting of this union in Sap Fran
There is no pign that Bridges
will even attempt to excuse his
aeent'a refusal -to deny member
ship in the Communist party or
that Be womea lor ine (xjviet spy
master, 4v. '.' '!
Yet Bridges.- who might tell us.
incidentally, 'just how he. came
to hire Velson. enjoys the same la
bor laws of the land as George
Meany or any other respected un
ion chief. i
Does no one care?
GRADUATION DAZE Ta-'
ther Riohard Alper win need
to learn mora of the discipline f
of patiBnoB before he can graduate-
to real-life priestly vest, i
meats. "Sister" and "Montif-
nor" display more fitting de
coram at kindergarten eradua
"tlwi uh eiuoiiiee,' XXtr Lady" of j
noma school, rort.Lec. NJ.
. ill i i II r
NIL'i)J .'." ..JWMH .111 .nnni
If ; 't
1 I in l All UK I, i nawmittH
DEMOCRATS MAY BE SITTING PRETTY Paul Butler,
uic uui uu, ui uib ureara-igrj scaia waicn uanocrais maj usr so- supplement permanent
seating facilities at Chicago's, International Amphitheater when the Democratic Convention
opens Aug." 11 Butler rests his feet on a conventional portable chair. At right la James
CKeefe. toembef ot the host city's convention committee. . . ;
WASHINGTON (N'EA) Re
publican congressmen naturally!
don't like to criticire President
Eisenhower ,r anythmg he ooes,
nn the record. But privately,
many of them are now saying
they wish he wouldn't. go to that
Panama meeting of the heads, of
the American Republics, on
July 21. -. i
The original conference, com commemorating
memorating commemorating the 130th anniversary
of the first Inter-American confer conference
ence conference called by Simon Bolivar, was
... iimi 9 II hH in ho nnst-
poned because of the Presidents
illness. ; -
But Asst. Secy.' ot s t a r e ror
Inter-American Affairs. Henry -F.
Holland and brother Milton
Eisenhower, whom tne rresiaem
had sent on a gooa-wiu muiun
around South America,' felt that
ttim irnnt noicrhhnr nreildtntS
shouldn't be disappointed again.
This was largely the factor that
.ocnltoH in thp Hprisinn to DOSt-
win. inHofinitnlv Pmiident Eisen-
hower s scheauiea two-aay comw-
ence with Prime Minister nenru
of India. Mow it is being argued
that if At thp last minute it is de
cided the President -can't go to
Panama,, tbe Latinos .may .jusun .jusun-ably
ably .jusun-ably feel worse let down than
they were before. s ..;."
"Roll CaH," the Capitol Hill
fortnightly tabloid ". newspaper
ihioh hoi nt iplfhrated its first
year of successful publication, re
ports Uiaf j araang coHgrcwucu
there are t)in' to be Soma new
types ox cauipn'K" jukcb, w"";
u. a iAia nf its samoles:
"When congressmen talk about
bills now, you flon't snow wnewer
they mean legislative or uucu
OTWara nr. a a tilTIM whl DOllU
cians tried to feel the pulse of the
nation, out now vnai siiuauon
reversed.,, :i'tf:. 1
"TAdav imirressroen watch
their nilis as much as their polls
"When one congressman was
,ntiv tnirt hv the House ohysi
cian that his blood count was toe.
high, he demanded a recount Just
out oi rorce oi naon.
"Pniitirai hatchet men are now
said to be using scalpels.
.... T : P. Dwinitunt Taia
Marshall were alive today, he
ih rvi hii famous remark
to, 'What this country needs todsy
is a gooa uve-ceni scar.
A Muiclifarhln amount of deeD-
Ai,h nnlitiral xnertins is being
indulged in these days, .based ooJ
a survey ox me uauouc vuie iu iu-fuence
fuence iu-fuence in presidential election
There's some mvstery about the
origin of this poll who made it
and who paid for it and what for.
A few people who have seen it
say.it was pnvateiy p
The net effect of the survey,
Imaniw im in hnw that if the
Democrats were to nominate a
r.,knii 4ni viptt nrcsiHent like
young Sen. John F. Kennedy, of
Massachusetts, tor inaii.M
X4 4t,l." intlttanrm timltfh Cath-
olics to switch L from Repubucan
to Democratic ,v.oie u w
the election. ; ,
T.....;rtnTinn tar Dote that the
Doll was conducted on t scientific
r 1 . .....11.. mm!.
sampling meuoa, Atiuau, uuy
. nnn f.tknlli. vnton MerA Dolled.
i,uuy -"" nKV o-
There are over muuuu
Ill iltl VBUIVUVO )
Prominent Catholic spokesmen
Ailhnlirta in ThM II UMIflV.
wno are meraseives ui u
.k..A l nriffin 'nf thla 'twill aV
IUVUI Win vw,u. v X
the ssmpling wasn t big enough
tO prove a Wing. AS OUO to
remarked, bA not for attribution,
"Any time you pou i,uw insnmeu
.l.'i ... .,.kinn In thp wnrlrl.
aQ you're likely to get is a good
ngnt. i ,
I i H I.
c.4in With nmnnaner
A IKIVUV, wum.j t 1
...ln mrixA nn lt flint Dage
the facsimile of a letter to the
editor from the Office oi me vice
President of the United States. It
To Visit U.S;
Earlv Next Year,
MANILA, P. I., July 19 (UP
Philippines President Ramon Mag Mag-ssysay
ssysay Mag-ssysay said today he may visit
the United States next year around
! 1 1 . f .1
presidential inauguration uni,
Magsavsav told a news confer
ence puch yjsit would be made
in ninniic. in fnrm t Tl C inui.
tation extended to him.-
.Panama Meet Etcetera
By PETER EDSON
"Enactment by Congress of the
Highway bill should bring you a
great deal or more than ordinary i
satisfaction . ."
' a-j... n.v. nn. :.t I
AUU w UUUli 1UC yMX M
graph read:. . v
"My congratulations to you
and your splendid group for this
additional evidence tnat
(your) organization is always inj
the vanguard of those who seek to
improve and better our country.
'Witt all fcest wishes; ... i-
1 x-1 "Sincerely,
, -(Signed)' "Dick -Nikon
. 'Richard Nixon."
On the editorial page : of .the
same issue of the same paper
there .was another )etter to the
editor 4: from I Gov; Arthur. B.
Langue. ft was word for. word
identical With the letter from fice
President Nixon on page one, ex
cept for the signature. '
i fs O' O -a o
I 11 I II II I
. 7 DAYS t-6 HOTS
r for ds Iifilbci$j:
' v P U LI ) Catbn air tare) '!
Now you can enjoy a carefree holiday at Miami Beach
7 days and 6 nighU for as little as $118.00 (VS.),
the lowest price ever offered in Panama! This budget
price fa made possible by Pan American's new excursion
fare of $99.00 (UA), round trip.
Your choice of air-conditioned hotels with swiinraing
pools, aa well as cabanaa by the surf. All are just a step
away from Lincoln Road, world famous shopping center.
l- For rBBBfvofioiis see your Travel Agmi or
WORLD'S MOST IXIRIENCIO AIRLINE
PorranM Cello L No. 5 -Tel. 2-0670 v
l', -oloeiMif. Solos, Tel. 1C97 '
national" Democratic chairman.
' As one Washington politician ob
served, "This shows you what can
happen when somebody like Nixon
loses the services of a first class.
professional pubuc relations op-,
erator use Hurray Chouner."
During the recent debate in the
House over a special extension of
daylight saving time fort be Dis
trict of Columbia, Rep. H L.
Gross CR-la) remarked:
'This is one time nobody has ac
cused the Republicans of trying to
turn .back the clock.
National Citizens for Eisenhow
er will put its 12 e(rcus band
wagons and- barrage- balloons on
the road again this year. In 1952
they traveled 55JW0 miles .to take
part in .: political parades. This
year they'll carry searchlights,
bicycles, buttons, banners, post posters,
ers, posters, toy "Let's Back Ike" bal balloons
loons balloons and newly designed "Ike
dresses fop pretty :. girls.
WASHINGTON Buried k the the Republicans this. year. .
files of the Civil Aeronautics Ad-i Pennsylvania ... Democrats may
ministration and the Civil-: Aero-! have hit on a way to counteract'
nautics Board are reports on near) the big money going into GOP
air tragedies that dont make hap-; campaign coffers In., Lancaster,
py reading. Maybe that's why they they have organized "Dues for
are still buried, r ; Democracy, a plan whereby peo
They also show inexcusable Beg- pie donate a buck a month for
ligence or buck-passing ...on theiiva months payable the first of
part of government officials and the. month, v .The tremendous
on the part of some airlines, amounts of. money,, flowing: into
In view of the. increasing con-, such .states as Oregon to elect
gestion of. the airways, with pear "Generous Doug", ; McKay .make
misses in collisions happening democratic money-raising efforts
AVatral timai Amv Kara tat innia
m.twbm Miu.B un aamv tyvsaao
of the disturbing information bur buried
ied buried in CAB-CAA files.
One file shows failure of an im
portant airline to change its prc-
peuer mecnamsm on tne v-io
when warned to d so. and the
failure of the CAA to force a
change until after a near acci accident.
dent. accident. v" ; ; i
In November. 19S5. the Hamilton
Standard Propeller Company had
informed all DC-7B operators that!
it was replacing the drive shafts
of its propellers on the DC-7B with
an improved part However, the
CAA did not make this change
mandatory and Pan American
Airways continued to operate its STALIN The next big bombshell
DC-7B's until such time as it was expected in Poland will be a for
possible to change them. mal admission by Soviet leaders
On Dec. 28, 1955, following this, that Stalin and not the Nazis was
a Pan American DC-7B caught responsible for the brutal Katyn
fire in its No. 3 engine while-fly-j Forest Massacre of : Polish : war
ing between Teheran and New prisoners. . This confession is
York. The plane was about b at-rep0rtedly being prepared as a
tempt a forced Uniting, hy. moon- further move to destroy the, last
light on the beach at Venice Italy,; vestiges of ftalin's reputation. .
when the engine iell out and it Stalin will be blamed as person person-was
was person-was able to continue and .land ally responsible for the massacre
safely at Rome. - Df not only the 15,000 Polish of of-A
A of-A CAB examiner retrieved the fibers : who -. were -.massacred in
fallen motor and found that the
governor drive shaft had failed,!
just as the Hamilton Standard,
fropeuer company nae warned. 1
The CAB examiner further report
a review 01 past governor arive
h.ft f.iiin-Anf thi tvt wMinrf1
"A review of past governor drive
four others, that occurred during aid to Egypt. Radford espfeciaUy
October and December 1955." t..c?nel tThe-,b!18 ??
In other words, despite four fafl-1 fant which the United States of
ures, the" CAA which enforces -ered Egypt to build the worldl
safety rules had hot grounded the biggest dam on the Nile River. .
DC-7B until the propeUer shaft de-. Premier Nasser of Egypt, Radford
fects could be remedied. warns, has nuzzled up so close to
Only after the near tragedy over, Russia, that he u virtually a Corn Corn-Venice
Venice Corn-Venice on Dec. 28 did the CAA'mumst with .Jangerous delusions
act. On Jan.. W, 1956, it made the
Tragedy Over Pacific
Another tragedy that could have
SS'Tp1.? American TURMOIL AM0NO COMMU COMMU-Boeinf
Boeinf COMMU-Boeinf b.wL VSedAM mue. N.STS -TIt.ly' Communist bosr
off the Oregon coast while en Palmiro ToghatU is directing the
route to AusUaUa. The plane had. European communist jpartiesin
lost its' Ne:- engine and bad gonertheu enuhcaatjonj crf..the present
out of control. Three people, leaders 01 me raimiu.
drowned and one died of shock.lpart ot a desperate effort to save
The CAB invesUgaUon revealed
that the pUol had been unable to
ase the power of the three mumsm, nas succcoueu m biuyi.
enginVSd to compen4g V?
good engines in. order to compen-
sate for the loss of NO. S, due to
electrical failure. 1
Here again both the airline and
the CAA had been forewarned.
On Dec, 21, 1953, the propeller
manufacturer, Hamilton Standard,
had recommended in its Service
Bulletin No. 283 that the circuit
breakers fod, fuses be reduced in
order to prevent such failure.
However, CAA did not make the
change mandatory. And, while Pan
American had made tbe change
on its DC-6S. it hadnt got around
to altering, its Boeing 337V 1
."tompuance witn- uus ouuetin
was no manaaiory 03 uw v
wrote the CAB examiner, "al "although
though "although the importance of its text
was effectively demonstrsted, by
the circumstances of 'this acci
Onlv on Aoril 21. 1955; after the
accident, did the CAA force all
airlines to make "this change in
the Boeing 337. This, however,
was after three people1 had been
drowned Sod one died of shock in
the water off the Oregon coast.
. 1 m ... 1 1 t. .L.
X-rresiaent iruraau, jusi unti
(mm F.iimn. hn nrnmiaed Demo-
vrata -that hn'll waffe his tlSual
"give-'em-heU" campaign against
'ACROSS 1 Form a notion
1 a Mr x Recent
onthe e Lease
"Ransom 7 rpewtereoin
1J Impede -0f Thailand
MlntBrttlce t Challengers
15 Dinner course a remlnlne
16 Affirmative appellation
,.vote.,..n iOPoemi ,.
ITAnt ,. 12 Short note ,r
19 Abstract belne 1 1 '
20 Greek letter IS Middle
23 She Is a
. dramatic role
30 Narrow inlet
3 Compound :.
33 Weight of :',
37 Ontario (ab.)
38 Male sheep
40 Unit of
47 Talking bird
49 Lower in rani
51 "Lily maid
- DOWX i. 1
1 Implore -"'
S Cattail of
On the AirWovet
look puny. Sen. Wayne Morse, run
ning against TcKay, hsa a nickel
to spend as against every $10 for
McKay. Ex-Gov. Tom Dewey
has told friends flatly he will not
run for the Senate. He couldn't
stand being junior to New York's
Sen. Irving Ives. : Adlal Steven
son has told aides if he wins the
nomination he will replace Demo
cratic National Chairman Paul
Butler with his own campaign
manager, James Finnegan of Pliil Pliil-adelphia.
adelphia. Pliil-adelphia. v
; 'Capital Nbws Capsulas
MORI MUR DIRS FOR
1943 but the death of some 30,000
others whose -graves never, have
been iound. : ;
NIX ON NASSER r- Admiral
Radford, Chairman of the Joint
riafm nf StA ha tirvM thn
State Department- to cut off all
01 granaeuj inemwau iuuucj
that is to go ot Egypt, he ssys,
would be far better spent in Psk
istan and Iran, two countries firm
ly on the Amerifan side in tbe
cold war. ..
hiswn necsv pgnavu, wuo uu-a
elder statesman of European ConlJ
Communists are bitter over tne
fact : that Italian, French: and
other Communist leaders did noth nothing
ing nothing to expose Stalin's reign of
Answer tOf Previous Puzzle
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THURSDAY,. JULY 19. 1958
TEE fANAMA "'AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
S enate Lbivers Age For Disabled
Vor!:ers To Get Benefits At 50
others, cannot-afford to be penu
rious, limia ana mean in me
irh far wv tn make the life
of its aeed and infirm a better
and easier and happier one, uie
luiwin ftpAr?in senator declared.
Con Rarrv f Bvrd (D-Va..)
chairman of the finance commit
tee which recommendea against
the lower age for -disabled bene benefits
fits benefits aW the oroviso wou'd endan
ger rehabilitation of disab 1 e d
persons. He saw H wouia ourueu
ployed persons with a pay-roU tax
U "nnnri-rtirtablfi" size in future.
WASHINGTON, July 19 (UP)
The Senate brushed aside admin admin-istMtion
istMtion admin-istMtion objections yesterday and
voted to let totally disabled work worker
er worker collect Social Security bene bene-:
: bene-: fits at the age of 50. The present
Voe roll call vote was 4T to 45
fur the proposal
r It was the second adminittra adminittra-,
, adminittra-, tion setback en the Social Steor-
fty bill within J4 hours. The-Sen-U
last night voted to increase
public assistance payments to
, needy aeed, blind or disabled
persons by at, -least $5 a month.
. This was, opposed by the gov gov-,..
,.. gov-,.. eminent.' , .. ....
Th new proviso, part of an o.
verall Social Security .revision
measure, would apply to workers
uith urm orient nhvsiral or men-
.j tal disabilities. It would cover ap-
. nrnx matelv 250.000 persons we
lit I J cat ui vy-
- Tt anatnr continued work 00
the social security bill in hopes of
final action tomgnt or tomorrow.
Democrats also predicted victory
4nr annthsr ariminiatrati'Mi-foueht
orovLso to allow wives 1 1 retired
. wnrVer and working' T.'Omen to
i' collect benefits at, 62 instead J of
v Voting for the proposal were u iuu ... .--
. Democrats and 6 Republicans. Op- ., -. Ae
: &x Vehciacnl Denial 01
Anrmvai nf tha KO-vear retire.
ment age for disabled workers, a C lallnirRI AiTDOM
' ready passed by the House came I jIsiliUMll HIlllVJl
aftfr a swan-song' piea lor us a-
- option by Sea Walter F. George
r (D-Ga,) George is retiring this
-' yea to become President Elsen.
f hower's special representative w
, the Atlantic treaty organization.
Getrge. 78-year-old ''dean" of
the Senate rand author of the a a-mendment,
mendment, a-mendment, said he had an "espe "espe-cially
cially "espe-cially keen Interest" in the Social
' Security bill 'since it was "the last
which 1 shall have the opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity jn influence as a member of
I this body." ,y
"I am proud to have been Inti Intimately
mately Intimately connected with every step
in the evolution of the Social Sc.
curty program since It was estab estab-'
' estab-' Ushfd in 1935." he ; said. George
' formerly was chairman or the
Senate Finance Committee w h i c n
handled Social Security legislation.
He said the disabled workers',
proviso would be "another ad ad-varee
varee ad-varee )n humanitarian p ret ret-"'
"' ret-"' ress" because the borden of dis disability
ability disability was a "crushing load onf
many families." v r J
"This nation, blessed by an a-
tmndance beyond the dreams of
By OSWALD JACOBY . :
Written for NEA Service
WEST i" EAST
- v SOUTH (D) v
Neither side vuL ,r;
SMth Wrt Nartfc, East
4 N T. Pass 8 NX V Pass
4 N T. : Pass Pass i Pass
Openinc .lead Q ,s
ndment calls for
an increase in the current two per
jut tev nn "hoth emslovers and
1 HU i"
n ) ner cent on pay
up to $4,200 a year to pay for me
change. For self employed per
sons, the tax wouia po
m 4. Q VMS ant
Ihb tax increases, nau m
the House voted to its social
VtryZt 5T,rt Td.y. hand comes to. u, from
wail. m ui iprMU kppsp in 7 re at tcnaiisn
six months later. Money ior : u "v-tt:r; 7,--.rw, T
disabled workers wouia v h 'admitted. ..but u,. d
asura'i. very f',-v;
anuu wins ue iirsi fnex wiu
tne ace oi ciuds ana noDeiuuv
cashes his six top cards in the
red suits. If either red jack hap
pens to drop, declarer can get
to dummy with the king of clubs
to i ash a red ten as his twelfth
trick.' ?:;:,.' A 7 :
Nothins sobd comes of this clan.
since West has control of both I
re-J suits. East discards two small!
clubs, carefully saving his control
of spades.-i'E?-';'' -v v;
: Smth next tries, the spades, and
Woet Hisialda iht tn ni pluhs nn
the third spade. Once again South
. j: i j
is aisappauuea. ;"v
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GUTTED BY FIRE Only the shell remains of the Wana- t
-maker Wilding In New York alter the structure was' swept'
by a five-atarm fire.. More than 500 firemen fought the stub stubborn
born stubborn blaze, one of the most spectacular'ln the city's history.
n ntimV HVnri July 19
(U?) -Tcomniumst boss Maurice
terday that Us branch of the par par-tv
tv par-tv is dictatorially-fun that he naa
... ft ;..' time out dur-
10 v --
mg a speech nerd
fered six years ago, w""',,,""
the platform at a national Com Communist
munist Communist convention, Juat ffln v he
had .indorsed the K.remun u
with- Stalin" campaign. N t
&uth makes his
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1"- new movie entitled,' "The ;Hap.
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In thpir asspmblv to be held in
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a;US A TohW I a. eaaM 4
Ordered To ny
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crorked. :v-!;''V,;V;;, -1,,;
It was half an hour beiorei
TKro imiW return to the rosi
trum to resume "his keynote
In denouncing the latePremier
ct.i.M tkA mflii wnA Bl!
been France's chief Communist
aa floll ha and his Com
rades resisted any effort to dupli
cate the dead dictator s excess,
in local. Red 'ranks. :
ici.iu manv merits. but
the cult of personality which was
built up arouna mm kivbij -inred
Thorez said."Criticisra Df the cult
of personality, however, cannot d
! in uicu Doc.uuij -i -" i transterrea auiumautau
.- tne racuw wuunouse, -m f.vy French Communist pany
11, representatives of : the group.
. The fil
the international activity of Jeho Jehovah's
vah's Jehovah's witnesses and their assem assemblies
blies assemblies at Chicago, Vancouver, Los
Angeles, Dallas, New York, Lon London,
don, London, Paris, Rome, Nureniberg,
Stockholm and The Hague with se selected
lected selected -views of Central 'America.
A dialogue accompanies' the film.
VAni-ocontatiuftK frnm alt Avir the
Republic will see the opening of
ine liiin uw utuuuuuoe wuivu
is also free to the public.
. The public lecture,. "Consulting
God on World Affairs,?!' to be de-
livered by .A:"V;;;"Rapef, Panama
presiding minister, Sunday July
22 at 7:30. p.m. is the main fea-
- tare of the three-day, meet.
All of the assembly sessions are
free and no collection will be tak-
- en. -A : f ;
last try by
must discard. If West discards a
red jack, dummy will save the es-
tan lchMi iwi ten. unmmv will
then win the last two tricks with
that red ten and the lung of clubs.
West's only hope is to discard
tho jack of clubs, r whereupon
South discards the king of clubs
from the dummy!
East wins the Jack of spades
and most return a club, allowing
South to win the last two "tricks
Please don't say that Smith cm
make the 12 tricks by taking the
three high spades very cany. It's
true that West would be squeezed
at once, but it wouldn't be nearly
so pretty. .And please don't say
that somebody really played this
hand, because we aren't quite
ready to believe it! h ; t .
- LIMA, Peru, July IT (UP) (UP)-Th
Th (UP)-Th police yesterday gave Li Lima's
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the blow by advising the girls
that they will be allowed t o
business as twsual bt the suburbs.
A decree announced that all
houses of prostitution within the
city limits must be closed down
by Oct. 1, but added that there
would be no objection to t h I r
owners' reestablishing thtm "on
the periphery ef the ehy." c
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Adolfo Arrocha, executive secre
tary of the National Co-operative
Council, and Wilfred Furdy of the
United States Point Four Missions,
will address Canal Znnp pmnlnvps
residing in Panama, through the
facilities of Station HOG at 6:45
p.m. today, it was announced yes
The NCC is a deDartment of the
Institute of Economic Develop Development
ment Development (IFE) headed bv Mario de
Diego. When International Co o-
peration Day was first observed lo locally
cally locally on July 1, De Diego issued
a proclamation stating that the or organization
ganization organization under his charge was
"prescribed by law with the func functions
tions functions to promote, direct and co coordinate
ordinate coordinate the country's co-operative
He further nledeed NCf! in
"work untiringly to carry forward
on solid foundations all co-oner-1
tive activities in Panama." It is
in this connection, that Arrocha
and Purdy will address their lis
teners. .. ...... I
'This evening's broadcast is the
seventh presentation of the "Co-o
perative Hour;' sponsored by the
Consumer's Co-operative Club of I
Panama. The""Co-operative Hour"
is heard every Tuesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at 6:45 p.m.. over Station
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Bill To C::!d First
Aloni I !crch:r.::n
WASHINGTON, July 19 -(UP)
,rA House-Senate conference
cpmmlttee has agreed on a bill
apthorialnir construction of the
World's first known atomic'
ppwered Merchant ship. It would
cost about $40 million. ': ; 1
'Hie legislation lg the answer
1 the Democratic-led Congrese
tA President Elsenhower's! re re-oliest
oliest re-oliest ; for n in ""atomic peace
ajolo." --- ' v?
iiThe bUl U aimed at develbn-
iae an economic and oractloa:
atomic engine that would spur
private construction of a whole
ffcet of high-speed tankers and
jThe Atomic Energy Commis Commission
sion Commission would, fea responsible for
ft&vinjr the ship's power plant
ovui ana me Maritime commis commission
sion commission would design and contract
fpr construction of the hull.
aThe bill approved yesterday.
is a compromise- between dif
Seeks To Dispel
WASHINGTON. July If fUPl .1
ut. reter kos, uie new Hungarian
minister to the United States, told
President Eisenhower yesterday
mat communist Hungary u ready
"to do aQ within its power" to
dispel "the atmosphere of d 1 s
trust" in U.S.-Hungarian relations
He told the President while
presenting his credentials that his
eovernment wants the two coun
tries to develop a' "Spirit tff mutual
understanding, sincere confidence
and -respect ana. sovereignty.
X Mri Ehebwer'reoUeQ that this
country "wll earnestly support aU
endeavors 'which are directed to
ward the fulfillment, of these pur
poses and ideals." i
NEW YORK. July M (UP)
Th board of directors oi i a e
fring measures previously ao-: Grace National Bank of New York
proved by the House and Senate has declared a regular semi-an-Conrrea
would have to nro miaf dividend of S3 payable on
tide the actual money forjthe Sept. 4 to stockholders or record
ship in separate legislation. Bu
Sen. Warren O. Maenuson (D
Wash.), chairman of the com
nllttee, said the two federal a.
f encles have money available to
Begin preliminary, work lmmedi
(MILWAUKEE. (UP) A Mil-
at th close of business on Aug.
waukee brewery rejected a verse
sent in as an entry in an adver advertisement
tisement advertisement contest but ordered a'
ease of beer sent to the writer at
box c, waupun. as consolation
NATWirtf Rnoland. Julv lfl
" (UP) Mrs. Lillian James was
granted a divorce Monday on
grounds her husband committed
adultery with the same woman at
the same place under the same
pnndttiom which led her to get a
divorce from him three years ago.
Delivery was refused. Box C is They were re-married sear aft'
las address of the state prison, ler the first divorce,
Whtnuer you look.,. Inside and out.
Published through the courtesy of
, D1STRIBUID0RA ELECTRICA, S. A.
Ave. (a. (Peru) No. 9-116 TeL 3-1659. Panama. S. P.
THUMDAT, JutT is, isss
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3:00 Anntd Forca Hour
4 00 Garry Moor
4 JO Robert Q. Lewi
5 OO Godfrey Tin
S:iS Perry Coma ;
S 30 tife Begird t SO
:00 PaDorama -Newt v
T0 Ethel and Albert
1:30 Pantomime Quiz
9:30 People are funny
100 Life with rather
10 JO Guy Lombare
11 :05 Phileo TV Playboua
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4:30 Robet Q. Lewis
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5:1a Perry Como x
5:30 Hoy Roger
S:00 Panorama Newi
1M Meet Millie
7:30 You Bet Your Life
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10:00 Dear Pnoebe
10:30 Johnny Canon Show
11:00 Newt .,
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THURSDAT. JULY 19, 1831
TZ3t PANAMA AMZKTCAH A3 SSSTttSWTST DAILY NEWSPAPER
jSocial and Otlieriuide
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Box 134, Pi
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..Each tic for htcluswa ia tfci
ttfumm thwiM Wb-ittW im
tywrirt- form mi mutid r
h la tot aambtit Ut4 ..a- to
"Social aad 0thrwj$a," r alivr
4 ay kn4 ta taa aHtca. Naticat af
aiattuitt (MMt accaataa y
ttltahaaa. V ,f -.
rPMlfie Sid .-f ? T '
lCtholie Woman Club
AiTb Pacific Sid Catholic Worn
ettVClub will participate in Ho-!
ly'Hqjiseot be held, it the new
Fort Kobbe -Chapel, this evening
irom 1:30 p.m. umu a:30 pjn.
A short business meeting will be
conducted immediately following
a Mia awus vulval : viuu
-A regular meeting ipf Hamadan
Grotto will be held tomorrow at
7:30 p.m. at the Win -'Memorial
Lodge Hall, Balboa- Boad.,
PRESIDENT ARIA; WELCOMES OAS AMBAS SAPORS i Shown -at last night's recepUon
given by. President Ricardo Arias in honor of Ambassadors of the Organization of American
States; iron? left to Tlght,;Mri Cesar Tulio Del gado, -President Arias, Mrs. Alberto Boydths -."
President's '-wife, Mrs. RWardo Arias and the1" president of the OAS council Cesar. Tulio pel-
gado of Colombia. ' t '. ? i A v i t k
v LSj moA SadorS jJere .;5or otivar Anniwr&aru ia
1 1 ''V,' '. vr V S i "s. V '''' ; i
Pink lotus blossoms in the fountain, where the white herons plar In the vestibule of the
Presideneia, greeted the eye of guests to last night's reception given by the President of, Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, Ricardo Arias for visiting OAS Ambassadors.-. : r;-.. ( :
The presidential guard wore dress military- uniforms of white Jacket 'and black -trousers In
honor of the occasion,, and an orchestra played appropriate music throughout the evening.
Looking down on the guests, as
they passed through the cabinet
chamber into the yellow room (sa (salon
lon (salon amarillo) were portraits oi
past presidents of Panama. In the
yellow room, portraits of the gov governors
ernors governors of the province of Panama,
during the 'time she was part of
Colombia, formed an impressive
frieze, and these together with the
murals by Roberto Lewis, depict depicting
ing depicting the history of Panama, mat
greatly admired by guests.'
Mingling. with. the ambassadors
were many Canal Zone and U.S.
Army notables ? Including Gover-
: nor and Mrs.' William E. Potter,
c -.Lt. General nd Mrs. William K?
f Harrison, Rear Admiral and Mrs.
sClarence L, C. Atlceson Jr. t n d
Maj. General and Mrs. Truman, H,
Landon. r t t 'Pt,.
Foreien Minister and Mrs. Al
berto Boyd and president elect
and Mrs. Ernesto ae ia uuaroia
received with-President and -Mrs.
Aria v.w ..v
Mrs. Prank Smith
f Returns Memo From Vacation
Mrs. Frank Smith and her two
sons, Mike and Nick, returned to
their home in Ancon this 'morning
after a 5-week visit in the. States
Dr. Frank Smith will not be back
until the end of August, since he
is taking a refresher course in in
' ternal Medicine at Harvard School
. of Medicine.. ,--
Miss Pat Purmtng 1 4
Viiitina Hr '
Miss Pat Dunnin? 'arrived by
plane Sunday afternoon from Pitts-j
burg, Pa. where she is a student
Nurse at the; West Pennsylvania
Hospital. She- wilt visit with her
Barents' Mr: and Mrs. W. R. Dun
. nine.. 881 Morean Avenue for six
weeks before1 returning for h e r
senior year-at the hospital.
Grand Cross Of Color Degree
The Grand Cross of Color, an
honorary degree in .recognition of
outstanding Services -rendered the
Order ot Rainbow for : Girls, will
1 be .conferreo x&ursasy evening,
July 26, at .1:30 o'clock af the Cris Cris-;
; Cris-; tohal Masonic TemDle.
I Miss Nancy Kariger will be the
.' presiding officer. The. meeting will
be closed. AIL Grand Cross of Co
lor members are eligible to attend
and are cordially invited.. 1
Refreshments will be served in
the banquet hall ..following the
meeting. ,T .' ','
Va'eifi NaW Wiv
Cluk Plan Taor-
i The Pacific Naw Wives' Club
held their regular business meet-
inc Monday .evening,, at the- Comr
munitv house 13th Naval District.
Plans were made for a Luncheon
and a 1. tour .of Panama City Au
The new member pledged was
Mrs. Kay ltimmer. Out of town
guest was Mrs.-. Nina Nelson of
Boston Mass. who is visiting rela
tives in the Canal Zone
Detpedida Luncheon -Far
The Hotel Washington was the
ecene of a farewell luncheon in
honor of Mrs. Reva Starke, who
has retired from the Commissary
Division after thirty years' s e r v v-ke.
ke. v-ke. The luncheon was. given, by
some of her many friends. Mrs.
Starke will leave the Isthmus this
month to make her home in St.
Petersborg, Florida., w
Attending the luncheon were the
Mesdames: R. L. Sulhvan, O. W.
Ryan, L.-V. Heim, Olga Roe, R.
Fretland, Melba Heintx, R. W.
Griffith, Lee Trower, L. Farr, J.
Demers, Rose Jones,. E. Currer,
Mattie MacAulay, F. -Koening, J.
Price, Mary Long, G. Williams,
E. Bullock, W. P. Abernathy, T.
Lower, F. Zeimetz, J. E. Noonan,
js. stou, a. 1 Livmgstoa, M. ley-
nan, D. E. Bruce, C. C. Clement,
R. Evans, F. Day, A. McKeown,
u tiennucen, a. Hayes, r. M.
Trim. E. Breakfield. R. Hanners.
J. McLain, J. Dorsey, F. Williams,
M, Austin, H. T. Harper, F. Light,
R. Comer. C. K De r Lann. D
Starke, C. J. Genis, Jr Brown, T.
A. Albritton, J. Kenway, Paul:
Furr, N. Ashton, R. D. Melanson,
it. ju. snackeiett, u. connard. j,
tiDrary uispiays ;
Feature Bolivar, t
I "recognition of the Panama
Meeting this week; the Canal
Zone Library has arranged ex exhibits
hibits exhibits In the Main Library and
Museum in the Civil Affairs
Building In Ancon and in its
branches In" Cristobal, Paralso
and Rainbow City.
In the museum in the Iobbv of
the Civil Affairs BuUding Is an
exhibit which commemorates the
first Inter-American conference
and Its originator, Simon Boli Bolivar,
var, Bolivar, and which salutes the mem member
ber member republics of the OAS -and
their.cartlclpatlon in the ideals
of pan-Americanism In the past
m addition, a book display oh
President Eisenhower has been
arranged In the main library.
Similar exhibits, are. on display
In the; Library's, branches, and
official Eisenhower nennants
have been distributed for display
vt au uDrary aeposiu.
The Panama Canal Company Is
soliciting bids for the painting of
DUC-lic buildinn In th Tanal 7nni-
for the construction of an Atlantic
sewage disposal system and for
the construction of a new roof for
tne tool room building in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Industrial area. 1
The painting work is for the first
cludes the interior painting of four
Pacific Sida nuhlic hnilHinoa Tha
buildings are: Canal Zone Junior!
wiuege, inaoio Heights Elementa Elementary
ry Elementary School, Ancon Kindergarten the
Girls Dormitory in Ancon, and the
oy iwrmuory in uaiooa.
The bids will be opened on Jury
2T at Balboa Heights.
.The disposal system will be con constructed
structed constructed at Cristobal, Camp Bierd,
and Rainbow CAtv Canal 7nn
The work, consists essentially of
the construction of two-concrete
numn atfltinnc. nin m-Avitv mot.
ers, and connections to existing
into two items: Construction of the
disposal system, r and furnishing
Bridge Over Canal
WASHINGTON, July 19 (UP)
' The Senate Commerce Com Com-'
' Com-' mittee today approved a bill
authorising the constrnctlon
of br'dge ever the Canal at
a cost of $20,000,000. The con construction
struction construction will be in Balboa,
Th United States promised
the Republic 1 of Panama In
.1942 to construct, operate and
maintain a bridge.
The bill has already been
approved by the House of Rep Representatives.
resentatives. Representatives. It now goes to
the full Senate for debate.
and driving piling for a Cristobal
pump station. - j
Bids will be ooened for the At.
lantic sewsge disposal contract on
AUg. 10. .'-!
The installation of the aluminum
roof and accessories will "replace
the existing root ; ;
Bids for this project will be open
ea on August wx.
TJ rnnlr ViiH ft VM W
wwww m-mvi,. fill VlVikt- JM
Stone, A. E. Salter, G. J. Toth, J
L. Whigam, D. Marshall, Leon
Willa.-J. R. Robinette. J. Wil
kinson; -Earl Beck, A. A. 7 Doyle,
X, a. Butler, S., and R. O. Simon.
A SINCERE WELCOME TO
DISTINGUISHED VISITORS. .
Thinking of a souvenir from Panama
1 for your folks?
THEN VISIT US. .
We have lovely items:
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BESIDE THE BELLA VISTA THEATER
25 Imprisoned For
Trade With Israel
BEIRUT, Lebanon, '.July 19. I
(Uf) a military court yester.
day sentenced 25 persons to prison
terms on charges of trading with
israei w giving asylum to en enemy
emy enemy spies."- :
: Police Snatched
CAIRO, July 19 (Uf) t. Thieves
entered the Cairo police officers'
club and made off with the club's
radio set and a large-table cloth,
embarassed officers reported to today,
day, today, j ;
Elder Nixon Is ; i5f i5f-(mproYing
(mproYing i5f-(mproYing "After.
Ulcer Ailment ;
FULLERTON,; alif July 11
(UP) Vice president Richard
M. Nixon's 77-yearold lather.
Frank Nixon, continued to shov)
progress today at. Cottage Hos Hospital
pital Hospital where he iter undergoing
treatment for stomach ulcers.
A hospital spokesman said th
elder Nixon spent a restful night
and Joked with attendants about
his blood transfusions "wheth
er the; blood is .Republican or
not" - ;,
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1954 Willys Station Wjtgon
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securities in mm
' I ARIAS, MATL'SSl as ASSOCIATES
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Band Pldualarle .... 1
ffloksilcoa ,..M... 4:
Cetnento Panama ........ li
Cerraceria Nadonal .... S2
"hlrlcant da Lcche .... Jl
' Pref. with Com.
betUladora Nadonal ...
i Praf. with Coca. ;. fl,
f manias, a m
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fuerzi y Lua Pref. ... 1 1J
"uerza f LuCanL ... SS
rlojelf" niteramrrfcanoe. S 14
Ceneral da Segurot .... SS
Panamena da Accltee ...
Panamefu da Pibrat ...
Panamefia da Segurot ;. 2S
panamena da Tatnco ..It
Teatro Bellavtste ....
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i BALLBOOM 0ANCE BTOOIO I
Studio El Panama Hotel
FOR SALE. livinf imm
wit, C-pc. dmtftt, (tavt, nlw,
frrr PhtM i-SICI.
FOR SALEr I bath upk.
tttrcrf 4vapit with 2 laathar
apkabtar4 chain. $40. Can
Kabba 6151 fraai 7J0 la. la.-;
; la.-; 4:30 p.m. f urn a aaaa at:
Naaaa 2501-1. TamariaaV Cat-
FOR SALE : Fiat auhafaay 4'm 4'm-iap
iap 4'm-iap aaam tat, ia parfact caaii caaii-tiaa,
tiaa, caaii-tiaa, $150. 54 5Dth Straat. ia
I rant El Ijturra.
FOR $ALI." Gaaaial Elactria
vaataautic clathat aVyar, $130.
FOR $ALI LMnp raaai auita
with afa-a4, aMhaaaay
vaoia at. Houta 2063-1, Ca Ca-mna'a
mna'a Ca-mna'a 13-7296 .
FOR SALI-0k a-ranar, ck ck-faaktf,
faaktf, ck-faaktf, caach, h4 mi auttran,-C-piaca
wkkar tat, small aak
aidabaard, 4- aital nipt, 1 matal
loat lampt, t full tat $wa"itk
cryttalwira, mattl majicina cab cab-iaat,
iaat, cab-iaat, Niirrart, chain, ate. Maay
pain thaat, 10 tripla aai iu4-,
mala A. 0429-t, Fraapipaal.
' Fhana 2-1567 Jay avaninp aa-
capt Taatday n4 TkarWay.
Position Of fered
i ktar- rMat raiama to Ing Ing-lith
lith Ing-lith ttatiaf aaiirarf ttartinf ul-'
.', ary, axpariaaca ni phena aam aam-kar
kar aam-kar fa Rax 705, Panama.
Closed For Week;
To PefjTiil Rcp:;rt 1
The west lane of Gatun Loeks
will be out of service for a period
of about, eight-day, beginning Sat
urday night at 11 to permit re
pairs to a pintle casting on one
of the Lock gates. it was announc announced
ed announced yesterday at the 'Msfiiie Bureau
flffices. r ---
Dtfrinj" this'tcjftxLof one 1 lane
traffic at Gatun. 18 towina loco-J
motives wm be in service lor re
lay lockages from 7 a.m. until
11:30 p.m. Also, a tug will be a-
vailable at the lower Gatun Locks
approach to assist southbound ves vessel.
sel. vessel. The system of lockages during
the eight-day period will be simi similar
lar similar to that in effect during the
recent Gatun Locks overhaul. No
appreciable delays to shipping are
expected because of the' vest
chambers being out of service.
It is expected that repairs can
be effected in time for normal ov
Derations to resume about July 29
Some difficulty in operation of
the lower gate in the lower west
chamber on the center wall aids
was encountered early this month
after which a close check was
made, including underwater, exa examinations
minations examinations by a diver.
I It was found that, the concrete
j around the pintle, on which the
gate rests, was broken, causing
the gate to move irregularly. It is
I not believed that the damage is
'sufficient to cause a failure in o o-peration
peration o-peration of the gate for some
time, but repairs will be made now
tu avoid further damage to the
BUILD WITH "M0RTARLESS"
' Interlocking Concrete Blocks :
$Uukn warn, yahbaqs. yon Sfattm j.
' v s .: a
W.; .Ana many umer oixuciuxes
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' for information call Panami 3-6022 :
Visit our factory on Via Espana opposite
, i tha Pan American Institutt' J
Pen Am:ricn Sdss Asscci:!:$, S.Ai
FOR SALE Wt- cratM
FartI Dalaxa, avardriva.
uaa-itiaa. Phaaa lalbaa 3260.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mticary.
Mutt tall. First reasanabla attar.
54-J Caca Salita. CaH 17-514.
FOR SALE: 194S Faatiac, paa4
caarfitiM, hyaVamatia, r a 4 i a,
Raatanakla. CaU Kabba 615R
iram 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. or
ui ba Ma a at: Haasa 2501,
Apt. I, Tamarind, Catoli.
FOR SALE-I9S0 Chavratat 4 4-aaar,
aaar, 4-aaar, aacallaM thapa. lalbaa 2-
FOR SALEh '4I Far4,ta'ma
ckaaical caatlitiaa, moo4 aphoU
ttary, .$250. Call. Ralkaa 92 92-1675
1675 92-1675 ar Ft. Oaytaa 4231.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ckavralat
Canvcrtibia. autamatic tranimia-
tioa, jutt avcrkaulaJ, 3 I aaw i
tint, radio, mw battary. Ownar
taavmp Satvriay. $475 aaah.,.
Fhana 2-2571. Haata 5064-A,
aaxt Diabla Clubhaata...
FOR SALE 1953 4-aW black
Fard, avardrira, radio, haatar, 3
toad wkita tidtwall tirai, rwbbar
aadcrcaataal, aicallant caaditioa,
$1050. Fhana 16-6135. "-r I
FOR SALE; Packard Sedan, 2.
door; parfact' condiriaa. Mara-
rita 1445, Etptva Aa.
Crittabal 3-3256. M
FOR SALE.- 1954 Mtrcrf 2-'
tana 4 -door tedaa wndia and
ntw whrtawall tires. Real Rar
pain. Leavinf Itthmat. Fhana
; Panama 2-1463 IRaaban), r
White Says IfceV
Weight Loss Not
Matter Of Concern
NEW YORK. Julv 19 fUP) Dr.
Paul Dudley White said yesterday
President Eisenhower's loss of
weight to 170 pounds marks a re
turn to his weight when he was a
West Point tadet.
"1 am not concerned with Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's -weight loss."
White- said.rHe is back to i hh
West -Point weight of 170 pounds.
It is much better to be thin than
"Evervone should weiih at ma
tunty what they weighed?. at age
. White, who treated President Ei
senhower for his heart attack, said
ho saw no connection between the
coronary thrombosis and the ilert
us attack tnat resulted an anao-
minal surgery on the President.
Dies; Funeral ;
Mrs. Victoria Gordon Burke,' a
Panamanian housewife, died this
morning at ther home in Panama
City after a long illness. She was
44 years old. t-x-
Funeral services will be conduct conducted
ed conducted this afternnoon at the Santa A A-na
na A-na Church, followed by : burial
in the Amador Cemetery. ,
Mrs. Burke is survived by lier
husband, Cespedes Burkej her
daughter, Anna; her mother, three
sisters and several nieces and
nephews. .. ;
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manufacturers of j
r ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
" SOX 2031, ANCON. CX
OX Ult. CRISTOSAL, CX
PRIVATE CHARTER FLIGHT ta
Dallat, Taxai, dapartinf 9 Aa Aa-(att,
(att, Aa-(att, ratirminf II Aapatt Rod
trip fare $150. Far mfa and ra ra-urvatiana
urvatiana ra-urvatiana ctd Fart Kabba 1161.
FOR SALE Smith-Corona nort nort-abkt
abkt nort-abkt typawrar and cata, English,
like aaw $65. May ba taca at
, Lawit Samita,- .Avanida Tivati
Ha., 1S-S2 : r .- ;
FOR SALE: Full lanpth mink:
coat, axcclkmt condition. Phaaa
3-4633. Mrs. Harnaa,. P.O. Rai
FOR SALEltamt of club fur- X
aitura located at Fart Kabba 1
NCO Club. Bid will ba accaptad
"until 1200 haws 21 July, 1956.
FOR SALE: Araus C3 camera
with flash aad cata, vary food
condition, $2S. Call 14-4133.
Ike CZ r 'r, :
(Continaed from Pagan T
of the Confederation envisaged
In 1828, is-directed to the noblest
purposes and enloys a splendid
record of achievement Yet its
capacity to serve the American
governments and peoples re remains
mains remains less than fully realized;
its principles need further trans translation
lation translation into the realities of hu human
man human living. i
"To penetrate the problem
which must be resolved in order
to achieve areater benefit frc
the use of the tnrganfeation of
American, states, we must dem
onstrate the same pioneering
courage ana creative imagina imagination
tion imagination which marked the thoucrhb
and deliberations of Bolivar aud
his colleagues ISO years bro.
"in these efforts we can be
strengthened by a continuing
laitn .in inter-Amencan unity
which over the past years has
given such dear evidence of it
creative power," he concluded.
. Tomorrow is txnected ta he I
blf day at Tocumen, as most of
the presidents arrive. Security
precautions will be tight both it
tne airport, ana at Hotel u
Last nleht before Stroessnef
arnvea, armea f poiteen were
checking all cars traveelling on
the Tocumen road.
Among- those whose attemots
to pierce the security screen ap
pear doomed to failure are sev
eral women who want to get
tnemseives a hairdo at El Pan.
ama'r beauty shop sometime
during the presidents' stay here.
iney nave soueht a securitv
clearance to permit tnis.
Tne answer: No.
MOUNT GILEAD, Ohio, July 19!
(UP Rhode Greshman of Phila-iwere
delphia, a performer who drives!
blindfolded in races and on crowd crowded
ed crowded streets, was hospitalized today
with injuries suffered in a traffic
accident with her eyes wide open.
Billed as "Lady Rhode, the girl
with the x-ray vision," Miss Gresh
man suffered broken ribs, a frac fractured
tured fractured pelvis and multiple cuts and
bruises when her station wagon
swerved off the highway near here,
struck a utility pole, and tore down
30 feet of farm fence and two wood wooden
en wooden posts before being stopped by
a bridge culvert.
' I've always said that I drove
more carefully when blindfolded,'!
she said. I guess I was right."
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ATTENTION & I.I Jutt built
madera tutaitbad aaattmaatt, I,
' 2 boar oa au, bat. cold w t a a,
Paaaa Paaaato 3-4 4 1.
' FOR RENT 2-badraara apart.
' mant aa RJcarda Arias Sfroet,.
Campa Alegra. Bathroom, maid't
roam, hat water, near Via Espa Espa-aa.
aa. Espa-aa. Phona 3-6146 or 2-2341.
FOR RENT) Furaithad apart--maatt,
military impacted, tcracn
ad, I aad 2 bedreoM Phona 2- i
3065. i J . ;
FOR RENT: Madara 1-badroom
apartment. Stave, rafrigaratar,
' hat water, air-caaditiaaad. Cam- -pa
Alegre. Phana after 6 p.m.
3-4242. 1 ',
FOR RENT t Campletely hrr hrr-aisktd
aisktd hrr-aisktd apartment. 2 badraame, -air
- conditioned, television, a.
Phana 2-3052 er 2-0170.
FOR RENT: Madera apartment
ear El Panama Hotel. 2 bod bod-raamt,
raamt, bod-raamt, maid't roam, front ter terrace,
race, terrace, hat water, garage. Calf 3-
FOR RENT: Smell, nicely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment ar room. Seaa Seaa-;
; Seaa-; tM ul residential taction. 43rd St.
FOR RENT Twe-room apart--meat,
kitchen. ..Married ceuple
withaut children. Q Street Ne.
21. '.. V v:.;..:-"".,:
' FOR RENT Campletely furnish-,
. d apartment, inspocted, terooa-
'ad.. Via Eipalt, bauia before
s Juaa Franca. vj t"-ry
- FOR RfNT: Aaartmaat, inoo-
; pendent, at Yitta Harmata. For
i infarmatiea phana 2-0951, Litis :
'a later.' -' '
FOR RENT i Furnhhad apart apart-.
. apart-. ments, one badraont, $65 and
S75.H tcraened. leha Vista.
FOR RENT- I -bedroom apart-
mant aa Via Perrat No. 54.
Overilins Pay For
jFeEfercd At Triil!
Under-cross examination this
morning in the phots' suit, Capt.
w. r. caicutt tesuned that it a
maritime agreement so provides,
he considers it reasonable for a
man to earn overtime for the
entire 40 hours of his work week -The
question arose over hours
worked between 6 p.m. and 8!
Caicutt declined to commit
himself as to the relative skill
of some of his fellow pilots. ;
Asked whether ability as a Ca
nal Dilot In itself Qualified a
man to put to sea with a Vessel,
he said it would be illegal for
him to do so unless he had a
He added that, local" licenses
termed "bamboo licenses"
because they are only good In
He added that in time of na national
tional national emergency a "potato
peeler can sail as a master if
he Is thought qualified. ;
Several of the witnesses call
ed yesterday1 did not have an
opportunity W testify. They had
to return today. yx u, H u
Also on hand waiHnjr to be
called were Leonard WoJford of
the Marine Division and Howard
E., Turner of the Payroll Divi
The slow nrogress of the case
of Robert Boyd et ai versus the
fanama canal company came
to a full stop for a time this
morning when a dictation ma
chine broke down.. . ;
The $2,000,000 suit is closely
contested. Trial will probably
not oe conciuoea before the end
oi... neat- week
3 aAirsncn Absclvcd
Of Uriliih Ubrcr ;
LEEDS, England, July 19 (UP)
Three American airmen were
found not guilty by a British court
today. of murdering a 27-year.old
British laborer in a cafe brawl.
It was the first civil murder
trial against members of Ameri
can forces since they returned to
Britain in 1951. !s
The trial continued aeairnt an
other Airman. A-2C James C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan 20, of 1182 Broad street, New
ark im. j., accused of stabbin lab laborer.
orer. laborer. Walter Beaumont in the "Blue
Bird" dockside cafe at hull on May
4 this year.
Hie three discharged men were:
A-Lc Leroy Grayson, 25, f 474
Wyone Streets Brooklyn, N. Y.
A-3c James P. Martin, 22, of 1913
Chestnut Street. Chatlanooea. Tenn.
A-2C Vincent Hill, 19, of 64 East
J9in btreet, Chicago,
The four men. all negroes, 'came!
from the USAF Base at Holme-on. mv if the effects of the strike
Spaldins looria .Yorkshire. ,Jii3i-li. spread. 1 L
Spcad your week" audi at Ria
Mar, the best bathing beach m
tha Republic, with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The
new management ia aasieut ta
REACHSIDE voce tioa Santa Cla-
ra. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Pkaaa Tbempaea Ralbaa 1772.
Santa Clara. Ba 435, Ralbaa.
Phona Panama I-U77. Criere Criere-hai
hai Criere-hai 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach haata. One mile past Ca Ca-tina.
tina. Ca-tina. Phaaa Panama. 2-1515.
Baldwio't furnished apartmanta
at Santa' Clara Beach. Tele Tele-phana
phana Tele-phana Smith, Balboa Jill.
' Want ta enjoy a Urn days fa a
cold climate? Visit the Country
Club Hotel fa "El Vafle." Swim,
mmg ea!, horses, games, bingo,
WANTED Expert cook. Small
family. Vary good salary. Apply
Federice loyd D-4-22.
The Panama liner Ancon
scheduled to sail from .Cristobaljtre "in barracks by midnight on
on -Saturday with 92 nasseneers.week nl?rit'anri h i n
for New YorS. Nd passengers are
tl. vit:'y-- '' -'- (
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ltwwi,irs To End
PITTSBURGH, July 19 (UP) -Steel
industry management and u u-nion
nion u-nion negotiators, needled by Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's concern over
the effects of the 19-day walkout,
pressed today to break the dead deadlocked
locked deadlocked contract dispute.
Joreph F. Finnegan, director of
the U.S. Mediation Service, told
representatives of the industry's
Biu Three and the United Steel-
workers yesterday of the "Presi
dents expression oi sincere con concern
cern concern about the effects of this work
stoppage on the nation's economy
...and more particularly, on the
livs of the workers who are di-J
The bargainers; reminded that;
an economic showdown in t h e
strike way be near; promised to,'
meat again today. But an nour lor
the session was not set.
Fmneean carried Mr. Eisenhow-i
er'a message to the negotiators in
separate meetings after returning;
from a White House conference
attended by the President, cabinet ;
officers and other top advisers. I
The mediation official said the
Washington meeting showed the
"desirability, if not the necessi.;
tv. for an early settlement to a
void crippling the nation's econo-
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HEIDELBERG, Germany, Juiy
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on VJS. troops today to halt the
wave of murders and gang-rapes
that has embittered relations
oetween America and West Ger
many. .. .:,
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era in Rermsnsr hnva Kun v
Instructed ta im that. tvi
weekends, unless they are oni
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fnretary of State John FnstKt
Set-retary of state john Foster
uuues- iramea s o ra e searching
mucuuu ui -asa uie cgyptian Am Am-basador.
basador. Am-basador. today about Emt', r
ent flirtations with Russia. ; ;
ine AmnassSdor, Ahmed 1 Hus.
scln, planned to call on tinii..
thi ifternoon to seek immediate
u.a. aw ror construction of E E-gypt's
gypt's E-gypt's much-publicized $13 billion
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Dulles ready to demand ? first a
ciaruicauon or- Kevnt's attitnH.
toward both the West and Rus.ia
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1 r W. "bout dead. But it
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his government which could con
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smmia grant tne aid.
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gypt jvo minion to get1 started
with the dam. The United States
was to put up about $55 million
and Britain about 115 million.
, Il addition the World Bank ha
said it would be willing to finance
later stages of the work if a firm
U.S.-British Egyptian agreement
were wdrked out.' ;
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! LONDON,. July 19 (UP)
Alisi wary, uoiores J e n k i n,:nova university on icuuu, ia ,nt .. tn the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Thomasied as best man. The ushers were .?????A.!nr J "l
A T.WI,- k-. k.!rt,..lvo Achlou nf rvnnli nt John UieaUBr IHSl IUKUIi U urail-l; TTnT t VU'ftftn IV !...
n. jcuniMs ui -"-"i ucvaiuB uic.vuoinj uivj "w "iinrH mam ami touched off a iuci .Musi uick wura juonuon, Lsser
bride of Joseph Francis Strus, son!p.Jenkins. nVTvint Rd Hew? The private life reports that since commercial TV
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Wedding;, ""' I Jenkins, who is home from ViUa-
Misl Mary; Dolores Jenkins,! nova University on vacation, act
nfhlpr nf Air. and Mrs.' Thomas: pd best man. The ushers were
A. Jenkins of Cocoll, became the: Charles Ashley of ocoli and John'
of Mi1, and Mrsi Joseph Strus of The reception was. held It th reai noiiywwa un u-w Hollywood instead of its stars.
Kearney, New Jersey at St. Ma JSJiiijnu ot uuumDUs. Mau. i"""- J""t
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cd at the .wedding. Isthmus July 8, for Kearney rt.J.,
-. The bride, who was siven awav, where they will maae tneir noma.
ttr hor father wnrn m flmp lpnuthl .. Th hridpproom. who was for
gown of French lace and tulla. Hcr'merly in the Marine Corps, is era-' of the bosomy Hollywood star,
attendants were Miss Joan Marie ployed with Otis Elevator Co. of Traffic backed up throogli
is makins headlines these davs
Four tri.wtap; ttwSSlSiZy
Ue were caiiea oui to conirui kf. ,- k. ;
thi crowds milling around the) ev bael-feoTe 7o l7' U
Lyric Theater to eaten a vllmpst about future rf-mvfcs
rather than the past of some
Strus and Miss Kathleen Ann Jen- Kearney, N.J.
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Shaf f tesbury Avenue and Lon
don's theater district while the
police struggled to clear a path
in front of the theater ;
With 'husband Arthur MUler
Marilyn went to the Lyric to are
Vivien Leigh In Noel Coward's
"South Sea Bubble." Miss Lelph
Is the wife of Sir Laurence on
vler with whom Marilyn is to co-
star in a film here. v ; :,
Marilyn and her husband at
tempted to avoid being spotted
and ducked into their orchestra
seats after the lights went down.
But the word soread throueh
the theater and outside. By the
tim. the plav ended, the street
lit front of the Lyric was jam-
packed with eager-eyed fans.-
- Marilyn waited inside for an
hour while police- jpusbed knd
shoved. Then she hurried out
and ducked into a rented umou
sine to drive to her $400--week
honeymoon hideaway at Engie
field Green in Surrey,
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..Am Ghicfeh is bIShlif
Television, savs MfiM Draduc-
tlon boss Dort Schary, panicked
Hollywood Into costly blunders
and "an inclination to go to big bigness
ness bigness far blgnats' saka." ,H;,
Clark Gable, among "many oth others,
ers, others, is worried about Hollywood's
sale of old movies to TV. .Veteran
producer Sol Lesser insists high
admissions are pricing the public
right out of the theaters and Betty
Hutton. has been on a soapbox
about "unfair, dishonest reviews"
of movies by Now .York news
soma of Their thoughts are
About the TV' panic that
caused costly Hollywood blunders,
Dore Schary says:
"All nf hi mmm tnilltv Imt m
nave recovereo from tnat panic.
Both TV and pictures have been
spending just for the sake of
spending, mat a noi me rigni ap-
proacn. There nas been
tendency to forget the old adage
that the story Ja the thing. : At
MGM we are no longer seeking
bigness. We seek quality in our
product I see fewer and better
nictures in the future."
A womeo uire uanie anotre
the sale of old movies to TV:
"I think the Industry made and
is. making a great mistake in sell
ing and leasing Its pictures to
television.' f y, v
."Why should the public pay to
see the stars they like when tbey
can see them on. TV at home for
nothing? TV has a helluva lot to
offer and it's going to get
High. Admissioni are; something
the film industry must do some something
thing something about, says- producer
Lesser, even 'to tha point of bas-j
ing ins pty- qp., a ucaei, upon
.aeser sited the experience of
a big midwest theater chain op operator
erator operator who had experimented
with different price- sales., When
business scaled at $1 failed .to
draw,- the price was reduced to
7S cents, then 50 cents. Still not
drawing the operator further re reduced
duced reduced tickets to 25 cents.. Says
"The chain is now doing more
dual a a fhen air AM tusfAfa
started .there last September,
British film theater businesa has
been .off 33 per cent: "The Brit-
isn, ne says, "are panicky m
spite of good product coming from
the United States."
' Betty Hutten's blast against
New York movie critics is a popu popular
lar popular subject with her. A year a 20
she was yelling the same thing
aooui new xo TV critics.
; But f this time Miss. Hutton
popped off. with some wordaee
she may regret "The New York
critics, said Betty, are "old and
should be retired. They write bit
ing, horrible reviews- to draw
attention to themselves.. They go
too. far. They leave the- actors
with no shred of dignity. They
turn on you like- you've" done
something unclean; they're jlike
The littery state, of things In
Hollywood has soemecl the sale of
tranquiliiing pills here. AppareM-
ly Betty hasn't been taking them.
But. she sure needs 'em. A 1
The critics, in New York or
elsewhere, can't be- blamed for
leaving film actors without dig dignity.
nity. dignity. ,, -v
Perhaps Betty's ;ego, not dig dignity,
nity, dignity, has suffered.
Especially since Hollywood
started retiring "old faces' in
favor of fresh new talent
Ingrid To End
US Exile; Will
YORF. July 1 (U
Swedish-born film actress Ingrid
Bergman will end a seven-and-a-'
half vear self-imposed exile from'
the United Stes next fall to ao-
pear on the Ed Sullivan television
show, it was announced yesterday.--'
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Sullivan said Miss Bereman will
come to New York in October or
early November to be a west star
on his Sunday night program.
Be said she was "quite eager"
to return to the United States.
which she left when she divorced
her first husband Dr. Peter Lind-
sirom, 10 marry iianan mm di director
rector director Roberto Rosseliini.
"She apparently feels the hos
tility aroused by her romance with
Rosseliini has subsided," Sullivan
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PSCK 13 of the Canal Zone Cub Scouts were conducted on a tour of the Presidential Palace and surrounding sights of the
Republic of Panama recently. The pack, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Jones and the assistant cub mas master
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Rome Paper Says Clare Luce
Vili Resign Post In November
ROME, July 19 (UP) The New
Rome" newspaper said today that
Ambassador Clare oothe Luce
told him she will resign her post
shortly after the presidential elec election
tion election in November. ;
Th dispatch to tht newspaper
CiornaU D'ltalia ,wat one of a
Mriat of stories that filUd Rome
mwspapcrs as result of the
amnouncomont that Mrs. Loco
was a victim of ,rtnle poison-
ing from flaking paint on tho
failing of.hejr Rome- bedroom. J
1 lany newspapers questio n e d
whether the ambassador's illness,
for which she went to the United
States for treatment, could be ex explained
plained explained entirely by arsenic poi poisoning.
soning. poisoning. ..
rhe richtwins; Giornale D'ltaba
said in a dispatch from New York
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eta: ; ',)' '
;f.Mrs. Luce told me that she
' would be leaving her post in No-
ember after the presidential e e-lcctions.
lcctions. e-lcctions. She did not have the
'vaguest idea of who" might replace'
Salvalaggio said his conversa
tion with the ambassador took
place "a few daya before" the dis disclosure
closure disclosure in Time' magazine that
Mrs. Luce was suffering from poi
soning caused by arsenate of lead
in the paint used in her bedroom.
Henry Luce, editor-in-chief of Time
Is, Mrs. Luce s husband.
Other Rome newsnaners wonder
. cd whether Mrs.' Luce would clear
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up "contradictions :and the obscu-
!ifu in hsT fiaco. 1 .'! 1 '".
The newspslper II Messagero, in
a Washington dispatcii, aia jjs
months passed since, the dispovery
of the arsenic pamt and "Mrs. Luce
"would seem ta have Had; time to
"Instead her condition at the
end of May was so grave that she
had to interrupt her activity and
fake three months of oonvalas-
conce and reit,'f wH: saliL cf : -:
reported that ontf-f the two ;toy
poodles Mrs. uce nrougm wim
her to Italy apparently died of
arsenic poison.' ff V
A U. S embassy sppkesmati said
he was not. W a position to 'deny
tho stnrv hut he said he alwaVS
understood tne poooie aiea a na
Fire Fatal To One
In Old Folks Home
BINGHAMTON, N.Y., July 19
(UP-A fire in a three-story brick
rooming house occupied by elder elderly
ly elderly men and women caused the
death of one man yesterday r :
Edward Healey, about 65, was
found in a bathroom next to his
room where the fire apparently
started. Firemen said Healey
sought to escape smoke by putting
his head in a bathtub. .He appa apparently
rently apparently drowned.
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House Rejects Ike s Plan
To Barter IIS Food To Reds
WASHINGTON, July It (UP) 'a p n r o v e d the provision which
The House yesterday rejectedl would have authorized barter with
President Eisenhower's proposal:
to barter surplus U.S. food to
strategic coods and other mate-''
It voted 92-62 to knockv the
firovision out of a bill to boost
rom 1 billion to S billion dol dollars
lars dollars the amount of surplus com commodities
modities commodities that may be sold for
foreign currencies.' The bill it itself
self itself was then approved, 38 to
The President, in a message to'mtit' and lose the benefit of the
Congress Jan. a, urged removal of
all-restrictions on sale -or barter
of surplus commodities to Commu-
nilst nations, mcludmg Russia.
Opponents argued that barter
with .Communist regimes' would
only bolster their efforts to subju subjugate
gate subjugate peoples trying to revolt. They
said the food would not get to
those needing it.
Sep. Walter H. Judd (R-Mich.)
declared that bartering with Red
governments would give respect,
ability to "these pirates who we
are trying with our whole program
to overthrow." p
The action came after the House
voted 391 to 0 against any move
to admit Red China to the United
- "We denounce the Communists
in words," Judd told the House,
"and then help solve their food
problems." He said approval of
the proviso would be "an act of
The House Agriculture Commit-!
tee. under urging from Secretary
oi state Jonn r osier Dulles,
Known throughout the America for the excellence of Its
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w i .,a oiiu iwrisi -engine iougiai tngnts
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Conquistador" flights offer Braniff
Call your frove ooenf or tranifft Avenlda Tivolf
Hotel El Panama 3-1660, Ext. 130, or Panama 3
Office, telephone 779 or 797.
- SOUTrf AMERICA
all Communist nations except Red
com-xmna and worm jwreju;,'.;
E'P. Thomas J. Dodd (D-Conn.)
said "barter would make it appear
the Red governments are "suc "successfully
cessfully "successfully operating their econo
my. He offered the amendment
to knock out the barter proviso.
Rep. Clifford R. Hope-(T-Kan.l
appealing for the provision, said
prohibiting such barter would "tie
uie hands ot the Mate Depart-
tjiv a y aMvia(b' iiviiivu w e y w v
' " a-; , v .
Three Airmen Die
As US Navy Craft
Collide In Italy
ISLAND OF STROMBOLI. Italv.
July 19 (UP) At least three A A-merican
merican A-merican airmen were killed when
two planes collided .and av third
crashed yesterday, ' I v ;
Two U. S. Navy planes collided
and crashed, one in the water and
one on shore, on this volcanic is
land, f irst reports said all aboard
were killed, but the number of
v i c i m s was not immediately
known: ' .': r-
An Air Force F84 jet crashed on
take off at the Aviaao air base in
northern Italy, killing its pilot. The
plane, from the 614th fighter-bomb
er squadron, struck a fence on the
side of the field about half a mile
from the runway. ?
U aV sf
18, telephone 2-0975,
yas Baxosi, uie master 01 com
munist Hungary, resigned his par
ty positions yesterday because of
his "mistaken" faith in Stalin.
His resignation as -party Secre-
tary-general touched off a top-to-bottcim
shakeun of the Communist
party hierarchy in the satellite na
tion, wbien is reported to be
seething with unrest as a result of
the freedom riots in Poznaa, Pe-j
Rakosi. 65. injected illness as a
factor in his. resignation. But he
sua hi w resigning primarily
because he was- ."responsible for
the grave mistake of the cult of
the personality and the injuring of
Socialist laws."1 ;
Hungarian : Premier Andrat
Scalid TV AnisnnaC
Rested By :Po!icei
ELKHART. Ind.. July '19 fUP)-
A three-year-old Kirl who "likes to
clirab." was rescued. from 'atop a
60-foot television atenna last night
oy a policeman who doesn't relish
little Harriet Skom clambered
up the slender steel antenna while
her mother visited in the home of
Samuel news and his wife.
Mrs. Joseph Skom of Chicago,
mother of Harriet and wife of. an
interne at the University of Chica Chicago
go Chicago Hospital, missed the child and
went outdoors to ; look for her.i
sne ana the news could bear her
voice but nobody thought of look looking
ing looking skyward; v
Then Mrs, News SDOtted Harriet
clinging to the latticework., frame
of the antenna- high above the
ground.? y a.-.;i
Police and firemen were allnt.
Patrolman Robert Raederj 31, who
R&eder jerked off his Wat and
gun belt, climbed to the ton. mu
bed Harriet -and inched his way
nuwn 10 surety, just as firemen
arrived with aerial ladders. .' 5f
Ht-r mother breathed a sign of
relief. She said Harriet "likes to
climb" and tested all climbing e-
quipment on Chicago playgrounds
where she romped, -.. ; 4
Raeder said he never climbed
so high before and didn't enjoy it
Van Fleet Improved
GAINESVILLE, Fla.,' July IS -I
(UP) Gen. James A. Van Fleet,
commander of the Eighth Army
during the Korean war, was re
ported recovering "satisfactorily"
today from an emergency appendi appendicitis
citis appendicitis operation! r ; v
The 64-yearId retired Army of officer
ficer officer underwent surgerv for "verv
acute gangrenous appendicitis" at
Aiacnua tieneral Hospital here. ;
Van Fleet became ill while on
a trip from Gainesville to Mobile.
Ala., where he dedicated .a ship-
loai ot uvestocK sent to Korean
4-H Club members by 4-H Clubs
in Alabama. He did not seek medi
cal advice, however, until his re-l
turn to uauesvuie Tuesday mor.
His doctor.; E. H. Andrews, or
deivd him to the hospital. imme
It was Van Fleet's first serious
illness since he underwent surge
ry for war wounds at the Walter
Reed Hospital in wasmngton, u.
C, about two years ago.,
weigns pounos and stands S JSTSnSaiL-'m-' Hlence w'tWPlt such cuts
XStm "would seriously weaken the
"vlL ''J, 1940 for revolutionary aetiviUes.' North .AUantic Treaty Organiza-
I I H i fcV v-'r 11 IV.
v Will Net Slaln-Hermless te Hemans
mni Animals when Used Directed
Costs teas and Kith Faster
than most fcfh fftturt bmb
' At Mart Ratal Stone
:; Shoving At Your Service
BA I r. f A
THE MAN WHO OPENED THE WESTL&
lrrntr TrTTnr n a f
C:I5 ft l;lt
1:15 ft 7:50
1:15 ft 1:59 ..;
PAR AISO "Portrait of Jennie" ft "FLAMING rDKY"
SANTA CRUZ "Texas Lady ft "Flying Leathernecks"
CAMr BIERD "ITjohnayne" iiT"SANbs. Or JWo'ilMA"
fcmatien and 4sribod it as
' fvotuntary." The roslgnatiM,
template! unoxpoctod in ''the
West, wet made in a letter to the
Politburo of the party. But Ro
keti did not go down abioctty.
tie aeiended his career as a rev
olutionary in the "difficult years.
He said ui health also was re
sponsible tor his decision.
Hegedus said Rakosi surrender surrendered
ed surrendered his membership in the Polit
buro as well at the secretary-gen
eralshio.': v '., V? ,x
Economic .czar Ernoe Gero suc
ceeded Rakosi as secrctary-eener
al of the party. At the request of
uegedus, the Central Com mitt e
applicants for mmbership to the
Politburo and the committee it
Rakosi had been Under fire from
Hungarian writers and1 intelec intelec-tuals
tuals intelec-tuals in recent weeks for failing
io ease resuicaoDs on personai li liberties.
berties. liberties. f :
ine resignauon gave reasons
.'irnL'ar to those made by Premier
Vulko Chervenkov of Bulgaria when
he resigned last -spring under fire
as a Stalinist.. v r
' The annowncemant cam as a
shock. Western observers had re-
' ported -discontent in Hungary
But Rakosi had recently keen in
Moscow and it was believed no
Hungarian Red was powerful en en-eueh
eueh en-eueh ;,te : fill 'Jilt. thee. -)4 Y"f
;l- Some-observers believed "Bako "Bako-si's
si's "Bako-si's ouster was a price Marshal
Tito of ; Yugoslavia demanded for
resuming friendly relations with
Russia. Rakosi had been one of'
the leaders in the "get Tito" clique
under the now-discredited Maun
dictatorsbiD, .. -. '
Rakosi, a member of a fairiy
weU-tHlo Hungarian Jewish, fam
ily. became a Communist in 1917
during the Russian revolution. He
speaks English fluently and has
a reputation as a ruthless man
who can be charming when he
wishes.?' '',?'"' ,':.1-' v
His barrel-buil andrclose-trop-
In his letter of resignation, the
Communist leader saidne had been
seriously ill during, the last two
years. He.said physicians bad diag
nosed his ailment as hypertension
and had forbidden him to continue
his political career. v
But his primary reason was
the fact that Stalinists ne longer
are fashionable, in the.Cemmv'
- nist world, v "Ws.f -
1 He said in a speech to the Polit Politburo
buro Politburo he had made 'self-criticism"
several times since -the' denuncia denunciation
tion denunciation of talin'i 'personality cult."
."I recognized hat my mistakes
would give opportunity tor
tacks by the enemy and that So
cialist development would suffer
. 1 ; 1
severely if I did not resign, ne
"Rakosi took the blame personal personally
ly personally for the "slow rehabilitation" of
persons arrested falsely and jailed
20 Kiled As ;
Quake Rocks ;
RANGOON, Burma,' July ', 19 19-(UP)
(UP) 19-(UP) At least 0 persons were
killed and 30 others lnured in
an earthquake that rocked cen-
tral and northern Burma Mon Monday
day Monday and yesterday, government
report saia today.
ACCRA, Gold' Coast, July 19 -(UP)
Premier Kwame ; Nkru
mah's Convention Peoples' party
won a lop-sided victory last nmht
in elections endorsing a British
rather than American style' con
stitution for the Gold Coast ;
" i "v. ; fill
Center Theatres Tonight
lnir,mA h..rf w.him movi;.1 pen, Dulles told news confer-
r -r- y
m mj J' V
Grace Kelly & William Holden
"THE BRIDGES AT TOKO-RI"
William Holden ft June Allyson
Linda Darnell ft Gary Merrill
"NIGHT WITHOUT SLEEP"'
CITIES Or GOLD
Henry Fonda Jack Lemmon
Your mother wljl be hbmt
JecreUry of SUte John Foster
Dullej; said today he saw no ob
jection to cut in Free woria
military forces if military 'ex 'exports
ports 'exports recommend Iti
-Bringing, administration plam
to ; trim manpower Into the
refused to say whether
Pozo Rids Will
WARSAW; Poland." Julv 19 (UP)
The: Polish Communist P a r t y
Cehtral Committee met yesterday
! to consider possible economic
1 changes in the nation's five year
m. ..la, j 1
plan as a result of the Poznan
riots. informed sources said,
The-sources said the committee
of top Communist leaders may al
so be-considering the fate of 323
persons who are under arrest for
taking part in last montb's riots.
Informed sources said that dur during
ing during its sessions the committee will
discuss what action to be taken in
the wake of the June 28 Tiots in
which 4he government said 5S per
sons were killed and more tnan
300 others injured.
It was b ell e v e d such action
.might include revisions in the eco
nomic ? structure v of the, current
Communist five-year plan. Such
changes would be aimed at im
proving the lost of Polish work
ers,! whose grievances have been
accepted as .' largely justified" by
premier Josef- Cyrankiewici.-;
The sources said the Warsaw
government may have recognised
the heed for economic changes to
parallel its announced program of
"democratization.? iv'-v a. --r;
Informed sources, said the Com Communist
munist Communist Central Committee had be
fore it a report on the riots and
subsequent arrests.'- The report
was nrenared m Public proseen.
tor Marian Kybickl, the sources
Rybicki Joined the Premier in
admittinc that the "lareelv iusti-l
nea -demands or tne rotna
workers ."had not been, settled."
SAT. '- SUN. & MON.
. ocx 13 no
' V tMsJajJ sV IMf
- ':r' ':r'-As
In an hour tht only thlnj
he : thinks current NATO
strength of around one million
men should or would be cut.
Be said this is np to military
experts and he added thty
usually oppose such cuts... t
But Dulles made it clear that
administration thinking; la lean leaning
ing leaning toward smaller standlne
forces, eventual cutbacks in over-
seas bases and areater reliance
on atomic-air power for. defense
''"". ilit-.-"1 : l-:-.!-''i',:i;-.-it-'.;:!Iiii'.'.' ;
Dulles spiked sueeestlons 1 of
any immediate withdrawal of
U.S. troops in Eurone. or anv a-
brupt change in NATO goals. He
said this applied particularly to
plans tor add 12 West German
dlyislona to,NATO.r vy
BUt he said the f eeiliig i'r de developing
veloping developing in the world that there
can be greater emphasis on new
weapons and less on standing
armies. He said this ha. hn
evident both insU-S- r militarv
triinkrng and in the acOons of
Russia which has announced
plans to cut its armed forces by
Dulles declined to say wheth
erhe thinks UA forces can ba
cut. He said he has not discuss discuss-ed
ed discuss-ed the matter with Adm. Arthur
W. Radford, chairman t bf- the
JOJnvAChiefs of staff, who is
said to- be contemplating cuts
ranging, from 300,000 to 800,000
in the current 2,800,000 U.S.
armed forces by 1960. .'..
.Radford conferred with pres president
ident president Eisenhower this morning
The subject of their conference
was not disclosed
, Striking at fear9 that ,TJ.S.
manpower cats would 'ndace -wrong
neutralist feelings it
the NATO partners, Dulles said
he did not think such feelings
would reach the point where i
the NATO area would not be
fltfaMilll Kw m. uVl..n... m
ui am. cuniuinuinn ill
He said there may.be less de dependence
pendence dependence on foreign bases t by
this country as long-range weap.
ons develop. But he cautioned
that it would be much more ex
pensive to maintain u.s. defense
entirely: at home than to have
some American retaliatory pow power
er power stationed abroad. -'
This was an indirect answer
Sen. Mike .Mansfield (D-Mont.)
who voiced fear todav th art.
ministration might be-reviving
the "fortress America" concept
advocated by former president
To l!:!J fc!3 C.f
WASHINGTON. J11IV 19 niP
Democratic senators 'yesterdiv
searched for some way to k e e p i
Congressional strings on th mniii..
billion dollar military construction
program despite a Presidential ve veto
to veto ir objection to the restrictions.
wnue me s t n d y continued,
Chairman Richard B. Russell (D (D-Ga.)
Ga.) (D-Ga.) indicated the Senate aimed'
Serviced Committee will be in no.
hurry to report out a bill authoriz authorizing
ing authorizing new military eonssructinn
replace the one vetoed by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower.
? i".-..v . '., y ,N
Russell, h fact, raised the pos possibility
sibility possibility that no new authorization
bill would be oassed br. thu ?n-
ate this year. Insttad, he may-
mcve to include only the m 0 a t
urgent" military constitution i.
terns in a supplemental appropria-
uvns niu. -fv,-. i ?-,-:
The house vesterdav wasteri m
time in je-passing the $2J billion
authorization bill, minus p r 0 v i i-sions
sions i-sions had given the Senate and
House Armed Services Committee
a veto over Defesne Department
plans for Tales anti-aircraft guid guided
ed guided missile aites and individual
contacts for military housing.
The President said such 'a- step
was an invasion of powers belong-,
ing to the executive branch. -
Russell said the Senate would be
"a bit more deliberate" than the
House .and "carefully xamin
all aspects of this matter in 'an'
effort to place aome restraints" on
the nronam and "rnrh. cnm
the known extravagance and waste
in the Defense Department.' fl
THURSDAY, H'li 19, 1956
TSS PANAMA AMERICAS 131 INDEMENBENT DATII NTWSPATTX
point- oor Members
It: rroitssor way
ft Tea fina
loon lor the U n 1 1 e d
Members of the Agrlcallure1 endi Amortr the
I atual Resources Mission at Poiut,were Minister, of. Agriculture Ig Ig-3MT
3MT Ig-3MT ia Panama gav a; luncheon inacio Molino, Director of the Point
l; the Union Club on Monday as a Four Mission', in Panama,' Mr J
1 oedMa" for- Professor DwigtitiRaph Will Director of SICAP, Dr.
tsley, Who has beaded the Agri-; Benjamin Birdsall, and other nigh
al Mission of the University' officials of Panama and the Unit Unit-lf
lf Unit-lf Arkansas in this country and is.QSUtes,
A book about the affairs of slate
In President Elsenhower's admin-
istration by Robert J D.onovan,
and is among; the-books Which
vAwrA t Bmwrlplr ieist-l were led to the Canal Zone Pub-
ant director of the Ehameerlmi arid "c library this vtgttl
Construction Bureau, and Walter t
A. Dryjarastiit- $o the Marine An Weif toVjecpt of the
birector, have been n6minate4 by workings of the White House, this
Gov. w. c. rotter as canaiaaies f
tf the Canal orgamiafioh for- the.epces, from prenauguraUon es-
im.ri Vnnmwment Associa. sions in New York to the Presi-
dent's: decision to run again. Al-
.wckin. rintf h1 thoueh written with white House
ton feet of 4750' are being offer- Cooperation, it was not subjected
Other books which have been
added to the library'! collection
ach Federal agency Is permitted re: ;
two ,nomin,ees and selections wiu kl J ,
niade m I eommittee' of high- NJf,,'u"?n'e 111 ro,uPs
-ti.i'pBr.l nffioials' hifrt to1 Bennett World outside my door,
final .oVrtion hv the AMA Alum-IGoin; The complete round the-
H to Federal employes which wilt
ermit them to take the four-week
iurse of training in management.
. ., .- -- 1
- .. ..... ... (-
" ' .. - .' i.-'Vv ''
ah .j;,4 j!. vi. i. cL marheki Zimmermani lGeone
' Ions iuirmfmaWement Skills P,hc Chawetew, Pnee; The jun-l
ind should occupy positions nor-1 ge a woman, Dolinger Mrs.
mally found in GS-fe grades, and Fiske and the Amencan theatre,
, irv- u Binns: John Sinffer SitftaL
for xecutive who deiire to ; Mount; The discovery and con-
strengthen itheir. rforaance in 3st ot Mexico; isn-ip, uui
present responsiDinties ana to pre-r wwiw, u.c
pare them' for broader' authority. rwswe story, iwnovan.
' Added to the reference collec
tion; Study abroad, UNESCO.
Panama Canal-Predtodieal Ar-
ficlMv Labor fetes governor of Pa
nama Canal zone; Damiani;
iFktiori: Ex Chaflie,:; Atkinson;
The sudden strangers. : Barrett;
Kings go' forthi Brown; The wic wicked
ked wicked village, Chevallier; N a 1 1 v e
stone, Gilbert; Love for a convict,
Henriques; filrl in .May,B o y a L
sea lor a corpsey Murray; ciuzen
in space, Sheckley; Keys of my
prison, Wees.; and Ths. night .of
May third, weiw.' '? s m ::V
" Added to the Spanish Collection:
Noche en Bombay. Bromfield: Re-
fiecca, Du Maurier; Leyendat de
as Alhambra, Irving? La gloria de
Don Ramiro, LarretS; Toros bra-
voj, Lea; Amalia, Marmoi; en
senora. O'Brien: 1984, Orwell; El
paso del horoeste,' Roberts; Sus
naso' del noroeste:- Roberts: us
comedies mas famosas; Vega Car Car-pio;
pio; Car-pio; Competidio de hiatoria univer universal,
sal, universal, Willan; La expedlcion de la
Kon-tiki, Heyerdahl; and Ike y aUI
4 hermanos, Aornitzer. :
world cookbook, Waldo; The super
A large number of business fiiW
low make use of the AMA man-,
kgement -eburses. 1 The forthcom
Ing course- will be held in New'
fork City:-- 'J-:-- '-'-j
The two' Panama CanaT 2andl 2andl-iates
iates 2andl-iates were selected frbm among
tight nominees made by the' Vftri
tms bureau directors. Both were
Piven strong endorsements by Gov.
otter who made the selections.
, Browder. ra. native of "-' Dallas
Tex., has been employed with tne
Canal fince' 1928 and has held his
bresent position for the past five
rears. His service with the Canal
has been continuous although he
was called to active duty with the
U.S. Army during World War II
fend reassigned to the Canal. : I
- Dryja also served as an officer
with the U.S.-Array Engineers dur during
ing during the war. He joined the Canal
Organisation fa 1947 as an engineer
it the Pacific Locks. He held va-
us respunsiuie posiuons wiui me
:ks division ana was promotea
his present position in the Ma
in Director'! office four years a-
' NEW YORK. July 19 (UP) A
12-vear-old girl was charged yes yesterday
terday yesterday with stabbing a 15-year-old
in to death" with a butcher knife
Tn.the city's first bobby-sox gang
' slaying;-A' V.....' ':V;.,6
- WearinfUacar Jeans and t d
Jacket, the uniform of their "diplo "diplomat"
mat" "diplomat" gang, the defendant stabbed
Evelyn Orr.15. during a scratch
ing, clawing, hair pulling melee
between the diplomats and rival
kirl gang in a subway station
Tuesday night, police said, o :
Evelyn, one of six children, was
ftn her way to church when she
tan into -seme friends belonging
to "the chaplain's gins, the bob bobby
by bobby -uX auxiliary of "the c b a p.
Jains" one of the city's largest
tnd worst youth mobs.
They walked along until they en-
' countered; roving bank of diplo diplomats.
mats. diplomats. The two groups fought vnbl
Evelyn yas stabbed, Then-they
pon and .another., knife, behind,
In Cplon ets
New Priest s I
r MR AN IX MRS. JOSEPH FRANCIS STRCS
JL around table legs, and
U ; counter top,, across
-' window aula end door
- sills, and across -sat trail. Ants
will not eroas the coating Pour a
few drops into ant hiila., J?- ...
Brush No-Roach on bed frames,
cracks in walls, chair .legs, and
tifistta xunuwre. ... .
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COCKROACHES, ants, bugs,
and silverfish are the most
difficult household pests to con control.
trol. control. Now you can kill these pests
with Johnston' No-Roach.
. No-Roach i a white viscous
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to form a colourless, odourless
contact ..insecticide; that stays
effective for months.
5; Coeltroafhe .TT,j';
Apply No -Roach' to euphoard
walls, baseboards, bear sink and
cabinets, on pipes, and wherever
you see cockroaches.
;5 . ,..) ...'(
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Apply No-Roach to book shelves
before inserting1 books. Brush
wherever silvwfish are found j
-t Common Smta Wf I
Remember, when you use John
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to move dishes, pots and pans,
or breathe harmful vapours, as
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Guard against crawling insects j
this common sense No-Roach, ;
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WASinNGTONT July 19 (UP)
The Democratic Party's biggest
names including its leading con
tenders for the presidential nomi nomination
nation nomination will pay tribute tonight at
an "appreciation dinner to ben.
Walter F. George, retiring "Dean"
of the Senate.
A'l four of the party's announced
candidates for the presidency Ad-
lai E. Stevenson, New York Gov.
Averell Harnman, Sea. Estes Ke Ke-fauver
fauver Ke-fauver and Kentucky Gov. A. B.
Chandler will speak, at the $100-a-plata
The dinner is expected' to
draw more then 500 of the party
faithful. Senate Democratic leader
Lyndon B. Johnson will preside.
f ormer President Hairy s. Tru Truman
man Truman sent regrets that he could not
be present but forwarded a warm
greeting to the 78-year-old George.
George, who b as served 34 years
in the Senate, is not seeking re
election. He decided against mak-.milments. here in Georgia" but SACRAMENTd' (UPf CaE
ing the race when it became ap-iasked them to convey to eorge
parent that his chances of wumingpmy warmest regards." Taimadge
were slim against former Georgia! is making a campaign speech dur
ing tne oay at tramesvuie, ua. i
Sharing honors at the dinner 1
with George will be his beloved
Gov. Herman E. Taimadge
Ta madce wired committee pian-i
ners that he would be unable to
attend because of "previous com.' wife, '"Miss Lucy.?'
LOS ANGELES (UP) A visrt-1
mg professor of engineering at the
University, of California at Los
Angeles has predicted, that within
SO to 100 years man will turn to
the sun as a direct source oi en
ergy., Dr. A.V. Zarem said this
wiB happen as other forms of en-;
ergy become more and more ex-
pensive, with selected applications!
sooner, v 1 , : .
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
3 RUBBER BALLS
' Bring home great Joy to
the KIDS! Take advantage
of this SPECIAL! We're of offering
fering offering yon this week an
assortment of fine, colorful
BALLS for the BEACH,
LAWN. TENNIS COURT,
ete. from 6c. up. Don't miss
. , ONLY
' Opposite the1 Ancon P.O.
' G4RBO, SJ. will be doted tdl day Saturday,;
a special National Holiday, in order to give
GARBOt.&A. employes the opportunity t6
enjoy these festititie$ of international im im-portance;
portance; im-portance; therefore CARBQ, S.A. suggests
- the public do their Saturday shopping on
ifornis's 19 fish hstcheries 1 at
trarted 720.000 visitors last year.
Leading in the number of visitors,
wast he Yosemite Hatchery, lo
cated u. the. national park. U
attracted 300.000 tourists. The
hatcheries are open to the public
daily from I a m, to 5 p.m.;' v
: Central Avenne. ah teth St. ; -Across
from Central, Theater. J
FUR N ITUflE-:
.. ... ... ...
Hiraby notifies their Club
System Patrons that- th
stors will be closed on Sat
urday, July'21jn AH'.per AH'.per-6ns
6ns AH'.per-6ns .concerned should
makt :v their. payments bf
"i 'j-'1 .' i i
Friday r. evening. July 20ttu
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.Sfcdetter Bnlfl Key7PIayer lii Milwaukee
Former Hurls League
Leaders To Two-Game
; Lead In Natibnal Loop
tY FRED DOWN
;;f NEW-YORK, July 19 (UP)-Lew Burdette and
1 fBob Buhl form the National League's No. 1 pitching
; combination today and shape up as the key players
: in the Braves' battle to win their, first pennant in
; 'Milwaukee. -; i 1
'l with matcltfaw 11-4 won-and
lost records J the two right
handerg hav won more games
than any pitching duo on the
Braves' mala ana niy seem w
be getting better as the season
v wears onr Buhl chalked up his
11th win Monday and Burdette
fallowed wlth.hls 11th last flight
vhm th Rrawes downed the
jjew Trk Giants, 7-3.
1 Burdette, who" has won his
last four srames. limited the Gi-
Vants to eight hits and struck out
, nine-as the.Braves iPPorteg
him with, a- .seven-hit fi attack
' thAt included,' trlplo, double
'.and single by Hank Aaron. Aa
ron raised his average to .329.
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Neal 2b ,,..,. 0
Reese Jb ......... 5 1
Snider cf 2
Hodges lb ....... 5 1
Mtoinrna If ........ .4 1
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camnanella c ... 0
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', jablonsld 3b .....
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KUppsteln p .....
: Black p w... .....
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; Fernandez, Reese. 'Sac rlfice:
Snider. Doubleplays: Temple Temple-J
J Temple-J Kluszewskl. Left on base: Dodg Dodgers
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' The victory ; enabled : the
Braves )b restore their 'first
place lead to two games when
the Brooklyn Dodgers defeated
the second-place r Cincinnati
Redlegs, 6-3. The Ph'ladelphia
PhilUes beat the Chicago Cubs,
6-2 and 6-1, and the St. Louis
Cardinals battled to a 1-1 tie
with the Pittsburgh Pirates in
the ether atlonal League
games. v'k .-.
The Dodgers routed nemesis
.TohnnvvKiimttteln with a four-
run first inning and wen 6n,to
Shap the s Redlegs' four-game
wining streak. Carl Brskine won
his fifth straight and seventh
decision of the year aitnougn ne
needed help from Clem Lftblne
In the seventh. Sandy Amoros
climaxed the Dodgers' big first
inning with two-run homer.
Room RODeris won nis ienui
same with a 6-4 decision over
lthe Cuba and Curt Simmons con-j
mributed a five-hit 6-1 victory!
i his sixth as the PhUlies made K
eierht victories in their last w
sames. Roberts yielded 11 hits
but left seven men stranded in
the ooener while Simmons throt
tied the Cubs with five hits In
the nightcap. Jim .Greengrass
drove in four runs in the second
game for the Phillies, i
Lale tons' doubled home John-
nv OTBrlen in th ton oi me
ninth ; to earn : the Pirates a
deadlock with the Cardinals In
a nam ended bv rain in the top
of the loth. That run cost Vine
gar Bend' M&eii his lotn win
after ho shut out the Pirates
with three hits for elehf frames,
The game wiH be t replayed as
part of a double-header on Aug
- In the' America League, the
Detroit Tigers snapped 4 the
New York Yankees' 11-game
winning streak with 8-4 and 4 4-3
3 4-3 victories. Paul Foy t a e k
struck out It batters to win
his seventh game in the open open-er
er open-er and Frank Lary. beat the
, Yankees f or, the fourth ; time
this year In the second game.
-Mickey Mantle hit ihis; 31st
hemer In the opener to go nine
game ahead of Babe Ruth's
record 1927 pace.
:The XtevelandiJrndiana; rolled
to an' Tl-1 victory after homtrsj
by pete Runnels. Ed Fiizueraw
and Jim Lemon paced the Wash Wash-ineton
ineton Wash-ineton Senators to a 7-5 win.
Hank Agulrre won his first eame
of the veftr m reiier? or Bariy
Wynn for the Indians. Pedro Ra
mos won his sixth ior wasnmg wasnmg-ton
ton wasnmg-ton in the opener.
The Baltimore onoies beat me
Chicsero Whiter Soxi 4-3. on
srerf Hatfield's nlnth-lnnlns er
ror with the bases filled and two
out. extendtmr their winning
streak to six games and the Sox'
losing skein to 11. Morris Martin
got credit for the win and Ellis
Kinder was taDDea witn me loss
Mel, Parneu spun a seven-nu-ter
in his first start since pitch pitching
ing pitching a no-hitter last Saturday re
'the Boston Red Sox heat tre
Kansas City Athletics. 7-4. Jack-
'? Jensen's one-run single and
rjonBuddln's two-run doube
were the kev fclowa of the Red
Sot' four.mn niffhth lnnltio rail
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"... i Arrives
Spider Webb Gains
Over Holly Mims t
CmCAQO, July 19 (UP) Spi Spider
der Spider Webb, a Hard-punching middle middleweight
weight middleweight with only 16 pro fights,
rates consideration for a "top ten"
ranking today, even though his
first major victory, over Holly
Mims. was over "a tired old
Wabb, weighing 157u pounds
te Mims' 157, punched out a con convincing
vincing convincing 10 round decision in the
ftlavifion battle from the Chica Chicago
go Chicago Stadium, ovon though it was
the first time ho over has gone :
that distance. -
Mims discounted the result.
chiefly because he. complained
that I was tired from ,the first
round on. ? v V w
"He only had three davs notice
of the fight," manager Nick
Trotta said, "They called us Sun Sunday
day Sunday and we left right away. Didn't
have any boxing. Just worked on
the speed bag and shadow boxing,
and he Just was tired out."
It was Mims' 15th loss in 40
pro fights and the. 15th win for
Webb in 14 outings. His only do
foat'was a four round decision
to Rod Elby in Wabb's thid pro
vtnturo. It was tho third fight
for' Wobb since his discharge
from military service in March.
"We did the IBC a favor taking
this fight on such short notice.'
Trotta said "It was the first fight
for this boy, except for the (Bob
byV Boyd fight, in a year. Now
let's see if the IBC'll do us a fa.
vor.-' We want a rematch with
Webb, with notice so we can get
in shape. ' "' ; ;
iars Dovn V.F.W.
Teener Jlarj 5-3
The Panama Pony League All
Stars last night defeated the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone VFW Teener All-Stan
5-3 before a fair sized crowd at
the Panama Olympic Stadium.
The fielding gem of the game
was a fine catch by the VFW
left fielder McQraw on a foul
ball close to the wall in the
Panama hurls. ' v.niin : an a
VFW's Ditcher Schoch also star
rea when they struck out alii
three batsmen in the sixth and.
fourth, innings respectively,
two costly passed balls by
catcher Chase of the Canal Zone
Teener team in the second in
nlng were responsible for three
unearned Panama runs.
Catcher Gonzalez of the Pana
ma Stars V helped his team's
cause by wiping out the first
VFW base runners With nerfect
uirows to second after they re
ceivea oases on bans,
The Canal Zone boys outhlt
Panama's, players four to three
out s theft-' five costly, errors, art
compared to perfect nlay afield
by the Panama All-Stars,, made
the nirrerence. j (
VFW 010 200 03 4
Panama 031 001 x-5 3
' Ammiratl, French, Schoch and
Chase; De la Torre, Naranjo and
uonzaiez. ( i
In The Majors
(Based on 200 official at bats)
I nd Vuh r pet
galley." Clnci. V 64 206 35 68 .330
78 301 51 99 .32S
TMuslal St L,
84 317 48 104 .328
Boyer, St L.
58 204 27 66 .324
84 337 60 107 .318
Mantle, N. Y, 82 303 77 110 .363
Maxwell, Det 75 251 51 87 .347
Kuenn, Det 76 290 45 100 .345
Kell, Balti. 67 230-28 75 .326
Vernon, Bos. 1 66 234 35 76 .325
Mantle, Yanks ..........
, Kluszewskl, Redlegs
.Wertz, Indians ...... r...
Robinson, Redlegs .......
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks ......... 77
Musial, Cards .70
Wertz, Indians .......... 67
Boyer, Cards '. 64
Simpson. Athletics ...... 61
Kallne, Tigers 61
Lemon, Senators ........ 61
Boyer, Cards .....
4 V t 60
Mantle, Yanks ......... 110
Boyer, Cards ............ 107
Musial, Cards 104
Ashburn, Phils ......... 102
Dark .Cards 101
(Based on 9 Decisions)
W I. P-t
Lawrence, Redlegs ..13 0 1.00C
Brewer, Red sox . .12 3 .Roo
Kucks, Yanks .......14 4 .771!
Freeman, Redlegs ... 7 2 .77
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' By OSCAR FRALKY
CANTON. Mass. July 19, (UP)-
The tournament Drotessionais are
up in arms today over the format
i ai Ttr a wii i.k.H.KiAii.hiit
ruA s" i"f""wik
one of the four most coveted fair
way events of the year -r na
they are doomed to disappoint'
ment bv a four to one vote.
The PGA, which starts at Blue
Hill Country Club Fndav. is the
oniv professional match play ,e-
vent of the year. As such, it 'is
nna tournament in which 'the
same's ereat players can oe
knocked out is one round.' r
- Thus the circuit's eaih and
carry players would like it con:
verted into a 72-hola medal play'
s But there' are aburoximately 5,-
000 registered golf professional in
the United States. Of these, at
last count, only 906 were register
ed tournament players. Therefore
the so-called "home pros," tne
guys who make the PGA an an
nual pilgrimage, dictate now ine
rGA shall be paid.. ; f
Their reasoning is quite obvious.
If they nualify sectionally, they go
to the PGA and can compete a
gainst a Sam Snead, a Jimmy
Demaret or a Jackie Burke. If
they win. they can talk about it
to their club members all winter.
If they lose, so what?
This outlook it easily under understood
stood understood by such a former tourna tournament
ment tournament star as handsome Tony
Penna. ... ... ...
'How can you blame those
home pros who make this an an
nual vacation?" he asks. "Actual
ly, in every corner of the nation.
they are the backbone of the game
and this is their tournament.'"
But as a man who is recognlz-
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PLAYING WITH MATCHES
. gX have you x
A Vf WITH MY
t4 as a club-making master-mind,,' In the PGA if you shoot one
who hand-tailors various weighted
clubs for the perfection minded
money players as wen as tne av
erage player, Penna also can see
the other side.
."Personally, as a former tounMM
ment player, I think it would be a
better tournament if it was a
match play event," Penna asserts,.
.. , w.-'j, rvrv --r,; -.. sjwyht.V".' m;
GALVESTON. Tex.. July 19
(UP) Babe Dldrikson Zaharlas
was surprising aoctors a n c
friends today with her ."bounce."
The famed woman athlete
showed steady Improvement, six
days. after. a critical four-houri
operation to telle ve tne pain oil
cancer that has enveiopea net
A hosDital attendant Said Mrs
Zaharias was 'resting well and!
her condition may be awiitue
better." 1 1
- Doctors s.t John Sealv Hospital
have been releasing twlce-dailyi
bulletins since the surgery wblchl
severed spinal sensory nerve:
leading to her hips.
Yesterday's report saidi' rsne
is progressing remarkably wei:
and her. doctors anticipate nc
surgical complications. She if
resting comfortably, Is eating
better and has no pain."
A spokesman said the Babe gr
even- "talking about", getting
back on a golf course again;
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.Due Balboa, C. Zi August 9
BALBOA, C. Z. TO THE
AMERICA 4 U. S. PACIFIC
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PANAMA: 2-055S 5S?
I4U7 Z1S9 j S
in goii you e e-canfe
canfe e-canfe bead:
bad round you can wind up on the
sidelines. Yet, in medal play golf.
;a man can snoot one Dad round
and fight bis way back to victory
with three good rounds,"
There Is another facet Involv Involv-A
A Involv-A whtit you consider tho do-
merlts of the match play sys-
.ro. '. (";.-? ) "vr.
."That,' .says Penna, "is the fact
that you can shoot a 65 and wind
up on the sidelines while' another
player may. be shooting 75 and
winning; .... .-... . ... ..
How does that happen? Well,
Burke, the highly proficient Mas Masters
ters Masters champion, could catch an un
known in the first round of match
play who might be "hot" for even
less than 18 holes. Burke could, be
on his way to a 65 and lose, 2
mhiU innfW "n.Mo nlfo mo
eaten a. "cold" compeutor, botner-
ed by the shakes, in the first
round and coast home with a 75.
1 Certainly thert',(s an. unfair
"A lot 'of fine players have won
the PGA," Penna explained care carefully,
fully, carefully, "but here and there a lot of
scramblers, have- won it. too. Be
ing 'a highly-prized event, one of
the four best along with the U.S.
Open, the Masters and the World,
it .should go to the man who is
best over a distance." .
' But as' long as the "home pros
nave a vote, and a four to one
majority, it's going to stay the
way it is. ; 1 '
clow The Level
Of The Cup's Up
GREENSBORO. N.C. (NEA)
Be careful if your golf ball lode
es between the flagstlck and the
edge of the cup.
In the final round of the Caroli
na Junior Championship at the
Greensboro Country Club, O d e 1
Massey putted from' 30 feet The
ball stopped between the stick and
the edge. Massey hurriedly pulled
the stick out and with it came the
ball. He lost the hole under a rule
saying a ball is holed when it lies
within the circumference of the
hole and au of it is below the lev level
el level of the lip of the cup. i
Larry Beck won the match and
title. .. ::-x c ': '"
'' Y. BATTY MUSIC lt
CINCINNATI -(NEA) 1 Larry
Vincent has written a new base
ball song, "The Whole Town's Bat
ty About uncmnati." ( . ,
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TODAS'S GAMES :
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N)
New York at Milwaukee
Philadelphia at Chicago
Only games scheduled,
Philadelphia 000 001 4106 10 4
Chicago vzuo 020 000 4 11 4
Roberts (10-101 and Lopata
Hacker, Brosnan L (2-4) 'and
Philadelphia 020 004 0006
Chicago 000 000 1001 6 t
Simmons (5-6) and Semhdck
. Davis (3-4), Hughes, Jonej
Brooklyn 400 020 0006 12 1
Cincinnati 100 000 2003 6 1
Ersklne (7-6). Lablne and
KUppsteln' (7-6), Black, Acker
(Night Game 1
Pittsburgh 000 000 0011 5 1
St Louis 000 001 0001 11 C
Munger, waters, Law ; and
MlzeU and Katt.' '
(Game called on account of rain)
New York 010 000 101 S 8 1
Milwaukee 400 002 Olx 7 7
Worthlngton (4-11), Little-
field, Wilhelm and SarnL
j Burdette (11-4) and JRlce.
Montreal 001 00 000 1 6
Rochester. r 203 101 22x 11 14
Nlshita. Mickens 44).; Cole r7)
and Rpseboro; Blaylock, Wright
(7) ar.i Gene Green. WP: Blay
lock. LT: Nlshita: HR: Williams
Burgess, Green, Blaylock.
Buffalo 000 700 0007 8 5
Toronto 130 220 OOx 8 13
Hahn, Nagy (5) and Tompkm-
son: Johnson. Jacobs (4)' and
Battey. WP: Jacobs. LP: Nagy,
Richmond 010 000 0001 5
Miami nm nno ooi2 e
Lonat. Burtschy (8) and
llngton;. Owens and Holton, LP:.1M, on six hit pitching by Ga-
Richmond. 000 000 100 1 7 f
-Miami .000 002 OOx 2 6 1
Clcotte and Neeman: More-
head and Nlarhos. f
Columbus 201 010 012-17 7 (
Havana 000 000 1102 9 3
Ceccarelll. Harrington (8) and
Noble; Cueche, ,' Hatten (4)
Heard (6), Harris (8), Sanchf!
(9) and Sierra. WP: Ceccarelll
LP: Cueche. HRs: Upon (3)
Roberts (8); Noble (9). ;
HACDONALD MUM UMITIO,
W Pet. CM
.47 ,-36 JJ566 9
uosion . .47 37
Chicago i", .48 ,38 ."
Baltimore .f .40- 44
Detroit V .38 46
Washington ,34 34
Kansas City :3Q 54
.386 25 v
Detroit at New York
Kansas City, at Boston '
Cleveland at Washington (n
, Chicago at Baltimore (N)
TESTFRD 1 T'S RESUJ.TS
Kansas City 000 002 1014 7
Boston 002 010 04x 7 11 4
Herrlage (1-9), Crmlaa
Shanta and Ginsberg.
Parnell (4-2) and White.
(Night Game) """
Chicago v 101 000 0013 ? J
Baltimore 020 100 0014 7 l
Wilson, Kinder (2-1) and Lol.
Johnson, Martin (2-0) and
Detroit 010 0060108 12 1
New York 100 020 0014 7 1
Foytack (7-6) and House. -Sturdivant
(8-3). Larsen and
Detroit 011 101 0004 7 J
New York 020 010 0003 7 J
Lary (8-10) and WUson.
McDermott (2-5) and Howard
Cleveland ',: 003 000 10145 12 8
Washington- 400 000 21x 7 10 0
Score, McLish, Feller (0-2), A A-guirre
guirre A-guirre and Hegan, Averlll. I
Wiesler, Ramos (6-7), Moss
(Night Game) ,
Cleveland 000 000 353 H 10 C ,-s.
Washington 000 000 100 1 7 7ffC
Wynn, Agulrre (1-0), LemonV
andV Naragon, Hegan.
pPascual (4-11); stone, Qroli h
and Berberet f ';
Fcrrner A'$ Players ;
Help Columbus Beat
NEW YORK, July 19 (UP)
Thej Columbus Jets, a who hav
howled at length over the kind
of talent the Kansas City Ath Athletics
letics Athletics hav? been sending, down
on option, couldn't kick today
over the latest performance of
three of them. j -'
Last night at Havana, the Jets
beat the Sugar Kings,. 7-2, when
Art Ceccarelll with relief help
from Bill Harrineton turned in
creditable pitching, and Curt
Roberts .plunked a home run
All three players are from Kan-.
sas City. Johnny Upon, ex-Detroit
'shortstopalso hit a Co
lumbus homer. Columbus, by
winning moved Into fifth place
ahead of Richmond in the Inter-
1 Rochester, the new1 occupant
t of first place, nrotected Its ho'f
Wat-'game lead by tonDline Montreal
rv Rlnvlnrlf anri rsliovar
Wright. The Wings connected
for 14 hita including homers by
Tom Burgess, Gene Green and
Blaylock. J t
Toronto outlasted, the .cellar .cellar-He
He .cellar-He Buffalo herd; 8-7, after the
Bisons scored all their runs in
the fourth inning.
The Miami Marlins moved tc
within 3' games of first place
by defeating the Richmond Vir Virginians,
ginians, Virginians, twice by 2-1 score as
first Jim r Owens, then Seth
Morehead turned In strong
Dittillan, Uitk tftiu
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TUt PANAMA AMERICAN AN rVDEFENDENT DAILY NTW STATER
TOSSING HER WEIGHT AROUND-. Mrs. Earlene Brown
may be America's answer to Russia'i powerful Aeld events
women in the Olympic Game. The J 1 -year-old, 223-pound
Los Angeles housewife and mother -of a seven months old
youngster holds the" American record for the eight-pound (hot,
48 feet 5 inches, and the discus. 138 feet 6V inches.
Wherever people of distinction V
v meet you'll always find
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- Br HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) w Whatev Whatever
er Whatever became of that rousing Ameri American
can American League race?
No fewer than four clubs the
Indians, White Sox Red Soxv ad
Tigers tailed the-. Yankees J 1 e
faithful hounds- last- season..The
first three stormed into September
with high expectations. 'The In Indians
dians Indians were not knocked out until
the final week. The White Sox stir stirred
red stirred up trouble until the last 10
The four stout cnaiiengers, au
supposedly better fortified,." were
expected to pick -up the Tr a p
where .they left' off in ,1955, But
with only little more lhan half
the current' campaign "tompleted,
the New York lead was in double
figures- and- threatening to grow.
The Tigers, who u mid August
Lot last year- were called the best
young club In the league by such
an authority as Yogi Berra of the
Yankees, dropped 20 games off
the pace. i
What happened, especially wnen,
for a spell there, Casey- Stengel,
couldn't locate much of a pitcher
past Whitey Ford, even when the
Bronx boss looked real hard? The
White Sox did the league a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous turn when they swept a
four-game set from the- Bombers
at Comiskey Park. But this only
made the Yankees mad, and John
ny Kucks and Torn Sturdivant had
dropped out of the c 1 o u d s to
straighten out their pitching.";;
CLEVELAND GOT NOTHING
more than it had for Larry Doby,
and that is just the way it "has
worked out, only worse. The ene enemy
my enemy is hitting those older Indian
pitchers oftener than it used to..
Doby was listed as Chicago's sa
vior but,, in this case at least,
Hank Greenberg had the right
slant. Outside of one fairly hot
streak, the rather easily unset res
ident of Paterson, N.J., has hit in
fewer runs for the, -South -Sid er
than he did for the Injuus" :i a s t
As the clubs reached the stretch
run, where the real racing begins,
last September, .a lot of smart
baseball people suspected that an
inspired line of Bosox might take
it all. The Boston outfit is richer
than Tom Yawkey in young and
snoerlative Ditching, but Is render
ed rather inadequate by an' infield
with more holes In it than a 200 200-yard
yard 200-yard target on a Marine Corps
range. The tip-off here is that Bil-
ly Klaus, 'who kicked .around in
the minors fop nine years, is play.
ing third base, a job that calls for
the long ball at bat. Don Buddin.
the shortstop, failed to live up to
early flashes and advance billing.
Billy Goodman. comes close, to. be
ing totally miscast at second base,
DETROIT, has SEVERAL re
markable young players, but the
right side of the infield and the
catchers do'nt hit nearly enough
to cause rival managers to walk
in the park at night. There ti no
depth and an entire lack of relief
pitching. h ; .-. ; 4
, ui ,', 1,.,
Where 'does the Amert c a n
League go from here, especially
between now and Sept.1 30? The
answer to lopsided races is that
attendance drops like a paratroop paratrooper,
er, paratrooper, and New York long since took
a mildlv amused attitude to
baseball on the. American League
side. The big' town is surfeited
with success and another Yankee-
Dodeer World' Series would be a
!bout exciting to the "rest "of the
country as Ed Sullivan without
i MakinB the picture 'no brighter
is 'the fact that key Yankees are
comparatively y 0 u n t and are
backed up by the best in the mi
nor. : -;-
When the New York Americans
were winning pennants and world
championships in clusters 20 years
ago. the cry, "Break up the Yan
kees." went up. That didn't work.
What they should do is break uo
seven American League front of
And get a vastly more equitable
distribution of talent and receipts.
By BEANS REARDON
24 Years m National League
Written for NEA Service h
QUESTION: A batter hiU a
ground ball slowly along the third
base line in foul ground.- The ball
spins into fair territory before
reaching third base. The third
baseman throws to first base and
claims that the batter as out. The
batter protests. Who is right?
Please explain the ruling. J.A.D.
I Answer: The batter is out un
lets- ho beats tho throw to first
base. Any ball that is in fair terri
tory by the time It reaches first
r third bate it a fair ball, re
gardless of whether it was in foul
IVronf tooia and drlnKs, wonr, ortr ortr-work,
work, ortr-work, ui4 trmint celdi often put
tralh an th KldBr and Kidnyr Ul
Bladder trouble may cum Excew
Acidity. BtranK, Cloudf Drln Gettinf
Up Night, Burning Paasate. Le
Pain, Kervoumeaa, Pinrlneaa, awonen
Ankle, Rheumatlam, Puftjr Kyelid ana
feellnt old befor your time. Help Tur
kidney purify your blood with Cytx
ctei o rlKht to work helpln your
kidney I way: 1. Clean out polonou
arid. I. Combat (erm In th arlnaryi
vatenv eootne ana rnim, nriuin
World Broad Jump
' MILWAUKEE.. Wis. -(NEA) -After
watching John Bennett qua
lifv in the broad iumn for the U
lympic Games, Melvin Shimek b
lieves his star -Will aDDroach and
possibly break -the world record,
-jotin s form looked oetter tnan to leap e teet mches in the ico. Central and South America 7u can reacn ut irten coraior coraior-ever,"
ever," coraior-ever," says Bus Shimek, the Mar- high jump, or nearly a foot above and Canada itably without forcing or pressing.
quette coach. "He teemed to be
getting more height in his jumps.
roper conditions, I ami
confident he will take the Olym
pic, chmpionship and come close
ta or exceed Jesse Owens' 26
feet 8V4 inches r
- Bennett, now of the Army, and
Greg Bell oMndiana tied at 25-
& in final trials. .
""Dean Cromwell,' the retired
Southern California coach, told me
that shifting winds which com. e
down, out of the 100-yard dash
chute alongside the track in the
Los Angeles Coliseum throw a
u AnBun i vuscum uuuw
i7Ihn that Bennett
,!nd have exceSed Mi
t tw tr.k
and Bell would
feet on most other tracks.
Bennett got off five jumps ke ke-rand
rand ke-rand 23 feet, one of more than 26,!
iouling on the latter. In the Pan-
American Games a year ana
n bames a ..year ana a
half ago, he placed second with
who rlirf OtR-RVi hut
He. made two other jumps of more
than 2 feet, :
"Bell does' hot have Bennett's
experience or form.", points, out
. Bennett Is- a five-foot seven-inch,
145-pound blond bundle of energy
out of Grand Forks. N.D. He was
twice the NCAA champion. He
won the IC4-A Championship and
two national AAU titles.' He bag bagged
ged bagged the Texas, Kansas and Drake
To Be Held Weekly r
i (hlun Poolf
In conjunction with the de
partment of Physical Education't
laummer recreational program
r i x
weekly at Gatun Pool every Frt
day at 10 a.m. beginning tomor
The meets are to be sponsored
hv oatun civic Council. Marga
rita Recraetional Center and
Elks Lodge 1542 under the direc
tlon of the department or pny-
sical Education jina.itecreauon
; All Atlantic ..side youngsters
attending UJS. rate schools wil'
be eligible to. participate in the
meet. No entry blanka are re
quired. Children will register at
the. office nnor to tneir ea
trance to the pool. No admission
wlll.be charged. f
Tne meet wiu inciuae event;
or all age groups through 18 in
cluding Kick ooara rnces lur ov
ginners 6 and under and 8 sod
Children placing in any event
will be given movies tickets. Trc-
Dhies wui be awaraea v at me
conclusion of' the meets on a
point basis. Five points for each'
first Dlace. three points ror eacn
second place and one point for
each third n ace.
It is hoped that, the swimming!
meets will produce some new
candidates for the coming A AU
Olympics and to keep in condi condition
tion condition those youngsters already
planning to enter this meet.
tms program am mucn w a-
chieve this sroal durinjt the
summer recreational program ol
1955. More important than pro
ducing championship material it
that the children are
Up and down! Busy at playt
Children burn up energy alt
the time. ROYAL GELATIN
helpi replace It 4 big serv 1
ings In each package.
. In 7 glorious flavors 1
Bennett To Break
Relays and sx
indoor and outdoor crowns
He ha sufficient speed to make
consistent clockines of 9.S aecondi
in the 100, showed enough spring
his own height
Bennett has been pointing for
the -Olympics since 1952, when a1
A s Have THe Blues'?
Not Baseball's Worst
yORK Julv 19 (UP
class by themselves,', as the A-
mericn standings "attestl1"'"" from the Great
" "at the bat-l Father turned out to U floa
tere Kn"s City Athletics are the Father turned out to be float
worst team in baseball.
The Yanks, known variously as
the Bronx Bombers, the Stengel-1
aOSai fan1 1W tiawinna jIim J.
1 via huu ut f bi iiiua uuin i uir
a. r --
'" ZT'mtn back of the Dallas E.gl.I
, Yet the At, U games back lnV ?nL .u
can take dubious solace in the itht the Biiriington, Iowa, Iowa,-knowledge
knowledge Iowa,-knowledge that there are teams Bees, have to buzz about is that
, In organized baseball which are Pav. Pt season. When the
.even worse off. first half of the campaign ended,
Three of them, at a matter of and tte- atarted all over again,
fact although one already has th B were at the tail end of
given up the ghost as well as the the three-eye hive by 24 games.
franchise. f .s -; Eroying ,that'the, u something
Before" Kansas City tends thefts which td T)e thankful, even m
A' back to Philadelphia, or re-adversity., Imagine if they didn't
Kau. ..... .. .T.;V, .,
adopts the 'old-tune nickname of,
"Blues." they can take it from
Tijuana, Bakersfield and Oklaho
ma- City that, being "only" 26
games back is playing pretty good
x Tijuana, in the Arizona-Mexico
League, was 33Vi games back of
the leading .Cananea Mineros when
It decided that el beisbol was strict
ly for the norteamericanos. The;
just quit the whole darned bus!
The Bakertfield Beottert have
been doing lust that to the rett
of Hi California League. They
helped boott Fretno't Cardlnalt,
2, games ahead of themtelvet
All sales and delivery service of our
BEERS and CANADA DRY products,
will be suspended at all our plants ui; ;
CERVECERIA MACI0MAL, S. A.
. NATIONAL BREWERY INC
leg injury prevented him from try
ing out for the Games in Helsin-
As a member of the armed fore-
es. he tnnroH th Scindivanian
countries, Europe,. England, Mex
John Bennett will be ready in
at last vallablo ac'eoont.
uul ln Oklahoma City, pard
did a little 'bit vof
all right when the arid, useless
ing on oil.
i.v: -1 ...
uui: ine paietaces are getting
luns of the Texas Lei bum in so
i Custer 11 raveneed and In th nnnri
play a split season.
numoot t nine It known at
the ''Exporters,", and they aU
mett were exfierted as they trail trailed
ed trailed Corput Chritti by 21 garnet
in the Big Stat League.: Corput
goat under the nickname ; of
"Clippert" and the felkt In Beau Beau-ment
ment Beau-ment contend the enemy origin-.
k ... a. d
atad the bruth haircut.
The Clovis Pioneers got caught
with their compass down In the
Southwestern League., As of. last
accounts,., they were 24 games
back' of the. .H 0 b b a "Sports."
Which actually, doesn't seen
quit sporting, Chumbley ?-
Still, while there may be solace
I G E TO
COM FERE MCE
WrHttfl for Nt A rvlct
Average goifers have a tenden.
cv ta underclub.
.They pick out a S, Iron when it
would b correct to use a J or a
I Always employ a club with which
Even when they select the right
club where a perfect shot la re-
quireo, seginners trequenuy una
in a bunker or leave, themselves
short if they are off ever so slight
so use a emo wmcn gives you
a margm for error.
The MaQ Box & .
Panama American f'.i'
Sir: --.jt-y ..'( .v.
Why did the local W.N,
tion announce that they eould
not broadcast the Brooklyn-
'rnftinMt.K. B.mi' at..KDn n m
Tuesday because : ; A.FJt.S. New
xur uiu vranauutver uuuuicrmg wnat wouia required for A
This was a poor excuse because, perfect shot to reach the greea or
AJVRJS.Sew York came through m the pin. Then take, m the'ex the'ex-as
as the'ex-as clear as bell at 7:9S p m ample of the irons, a I rather than
on my domestio radio (shorty 6. 1 '
wave 6d about fl.75''. and I1.75i : 1 ;
megacycles) and continued un- That's a good safe rule for tht
vut- U.J d. I AMVlaal
til the game was completed. The
TOO "n1 1 LZrZ3D.
castthe test few inning's oi tSe. without prettln,. r
suppose' tteyhave- J"!!,"
niKaw Mrv.w avnH KSaU rVB sf
vy vAvi .lyvVak, navt aua ow j aiuja. v
Tuesday when A JR.S. New
York are going td broadcast the
of a sort for the "A's" or the
"Blues," as 1 you will,, nobody in
all baseball was approaching that
10-game Yankee lead." X
But the rest of. the American
League was coining a phrase to
'go with "Remember the, Alamo"
and "Remember- th e Maine.'. It
was, "Remember, the. Brooklyn
DodgersToi I951v'?; That year the
Brooks blew.. a' 13 game lead And
the pennant. It was, however, a
different league, Alphonie.
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with which rw can reach
greea wltheat. pnwlng.
3Ao0 iha 'rlistannai her' lirikffin
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average golfer. ....
margin for rror
e lub with which ye ean reach
Today 'tncanW J2$ -'.5
- WAHOO! ins II
Victor McLaglen, in
crrx or shadows"
' John Wane, in r
Today WEAL J6 ,10
Van Heflln, in
"THE GOLDEN MASK"
Dennis O'Keefe, In ,-y
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road to enjoying lire again, im
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Sobns Formulate" Tax Relief,
Awake To Scuttle Own Measure
JUL 80 p. 77 1 77
i AGREES TO TELL ALL OrvUle' Hodge -(left), who resigned
his Illinois State Auditor's post amid a baU-nullton dollar
icfaeck scandal, enters the Sangamon County Courthouse in
5 spriwfleld with hts attorney, Arthur ntzgerald fora meettog
i with State's Attorney George Coutrakon. .Hge.. center jf
I mounting political tempest which threatens GOP hopes for re re-Selecting
Selecting re-Selecting the state ticket, pledged, he would -tell all and pay
' -V back as much money as-he could, ;
'More Ihdidments Sfeenflh';.
Illinois Auditor Scandal
SPRINGFIELD, I1L, July 19 -,UP)
- Former State Auditor Or-i
wille E.-Hodge began a tong-a-1
waited ?'elean breast" of a half
million dollar state check scandal
yesterday and a state s attorney
predicted indictmenU w i U be
tiJ srwnt four hours 'arid 40!
minutes talking behind c 1 s e d
rfnnr to State's Attorney George
r .. ... i i jI
Coutrakon about the scandal that
fca rocked Illinois politics and
sparked Democratic hopes of win-
ning the key state, in this election
i he conference apparently only
irktrhed th surface of the tan-
pfA case. Coutrakon said he
1 riraihtprt if he was "half way
through" the disclosures -and will
call' Hodge back for another ses session
sion session tomorrow. ,4.' ? ..
Coutrakon refused to reveal
, .details of his conference until a
' county grind jury meeting Mon
day ''has had an opportunity to
' saeiand act on it."
; v "I anticipate there are going to
pe some indictments in tnis case,
the Republican state's attorney
predicted. rJ v1,
Hodge a downstate 'millionaire
who was forced to hand in his
resignation as auditor and as i
Republican candidate for re-elec
tion last Monday, was not alto altogether
gether altogether frank in his long talk be
fore the state's attorney and
court reporter, Coutrakon said.
- Coutrakon said Hodge and. his
3:13 4:51 6:55 9:00 p.m.
THE BEST PARKING!
r.D shock. :
tM. rm siomy wchh mt mum MOW .. I
jaguar fu..iim h FRAN K TUTTLC
I L U XlmhAY
j win j
; ,; fNEA"Telephofo)
attorney did not 'dodge the ques questions,
tions, questions, but "somt of the thing he
doesnt remember" caused him to
wonder whether the 52-year old
politician is "being completely
Coutrakon has .said that 42
checks issued by Hodge's office
worth 1532.314 were cashed under
"questionable" cireums t a n e e s
Gov. William G. Stratton who de
manded and got Hodge's, resigna
tion, has estimated the figure will
run to; J800,00OH,: : ;
' Hodge hat btan quotad as tail tailing
ing tailing Stratton ha would assume
"full reaDomibilitv" ; for activi-
tiat within hit office. But Cou Coutrakon
trakon Coutrakon laid yaitarday "I don't
have a promiia from anyorta
that there will be a pita of guil guilty
ty guilty in this casa." -K;
He added I havent made any
promises and there have been no
Commenting on Hodge's prom
ise to make restitution, Coutrakon
said "I don't know what he has
in mind and I Jont care, what he
has in mind."
Hodge has "not yet" got around
to telling where any missing mon
ey went. Coutrakon said.' 1
Coutrakon delayed spelling out
the details of Hodge's disclosures
because the statement is not yet
complete,, it may involved -other
persons, and "It would encourage
witnesses to be more forthright if
the statement is not released De
fore it is fmishedhe said.1
1:00, 2:58.4:57, 7:00, 3:59 p.m.
"Let the people
US Govfc'Accused kBw Senate Probers
Or Operating In An Aura Of Secrecy
WASHINGTON. Julv 19'. (UP.)
Senate investigators accused
me aanunistration today of op operating
erating operating In an "aura of secrecy"
to thwart the will of Consress
and permit U& allies to ship
strategic war material to Com Communist
munist Communist nations, i S : : ;
A majority report of the Sen Senate
ate Senate investigating subcommittee
laid the chief blame on Harold
E. Stassen, former foreign aid
uumiujsuiuor ana, now presi president
dent president Eisenhower's adviser on
It accused Stassen on mis misstating
stating misstating facts to Congress. It
added he was "an arrogant
evasive, and candid witness"
whose conduct should be "se "severely
verely "severely criticized.''
The Republican subcommittee
members Sen, Karl E. Mundt
ISOUUl DaKOt&l anri Clenron H
Bender (Ohio) refused to aim
the report. Bender called It ,"a
purely political maneuver aim aimed
ed aimed at "embarrassing, the Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower administration.'
The majority report charged
that the administration "wished
to withhold from the American
eopie the fact that foreign na na-ions
ions na-ions receivine aid from the a.
merlcan taxpayers are In turn
Mother Makes AfeW Plea For t
Return Of WeinbergerBaby
WESTBURY. N. Y.. Julv 19 -1
(UP) Mrs. Beatrice Weinbergerl
made a new appeal-today or the
return of her kidnaped son' Peter
with the promise that "police and
me tm win not inatrtere'.
The appeal was siven to news
men by a relative of the grieving,
mother whose four-week old son
Boys 16, Girls 7
.Twin boys were born to Sgt. and
Mrs. A. L Jones of Fort .Kobbe on
July 16, according to Gorgas Hos Hospital's
pital's Hospital's regular report.
Sixteen boys and seven girls
were born during the : week nd-i
ing July I6j and during that
same period 180 patients were!
admitted and 207 were discharged.
The names, and addressed of the
parents of the girl babies follow
Mr. and Mrs. D; W. Moyer, of
itousseau: Mr. ana Mrs. is a.
James, of Panama City; Sp-2 and
Mrs. Jacob Butler of Ft. Kobbe;
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Maynard of
La Boca; C. W O. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William E. Loyd. of Ft. Clayton: Set.
and Mrs. C E. McDaniels, of Pa
nama City; and Dr. and Mrs. F.
H. Urban of Ft, Clayton.
- Boys were born to the following:
Mr. and Mrs. E. Johnson, of Pa
nama City; Mr, ; and Mrs. F, E.
Babb, of Balboa; Lt. and Mrs.' J
A. Neunhoffer. of Albrook A. F.
Base; T-Sgt. and Mrs. J. E. Jonesl
of Albrook A. tr, Base; Sp-3 and
Mrs. J. N. Corso, of Panama Ci City;
ty; City; N-Sgt. and Mrs.- A. B. Thomas,
of Albrook A F. Base; TSgt. and
Mrs. H. E. Fowler, of La con a:
Mr. and Mrs. A.- N. Lewis, of Pa-I
raiso; Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Malcolm,
of Gamboa: Sp-3 and Mrs. T. O.
Kelley. of Gamboa: M-Sst: and-
Mrs.-A iC. Hadley, of Clay4
ton- Mr. and Mrs. J. h, caston
guay, of Curundu: Mr.' and Mrs.
Joss Fuentes, of Chilibre; and LC LC-DR
DR LC-DR and Mrs. G. M. .Clifford, of
Weather Or Not
'This weather rapart. far the 24
haan aninf a.m. today, ia ara ara-air4
air4 ara-air4 the Metaarolotkal aad
Hyrfragraahia IraiMb af tha Pans
na Canal CeinMny
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T I D IS
FRIDAY, JULY 20
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P, THURSDAY, jiTLY 19, 1956
helping ithe Communists to arm
themselves.' against the United
States and the free world."
The subcommittee charged
that the administration had
never enforced the 1951 Battle
Act, which allows the President
to cut off U-S; aid to countries
which ship strategic goods to
;;, Bender and Mundt filed a
minority report charging that
the majority report U "replete
with erroneous impressions
and partisan implications.' ;
-"The report is based on tes testimony
timony testimony obtained in public hear hearings
ings hearings and Ignores testlmonv giv
en in executive session," they
saia.r ... ...r. ..". ir:
- They added that some of the
testimony' was given In closed
session "to protect our-national
security.' But they complained
that the hearings were "abrupt "abruptly
ly "abruptly discontinued before all the
evidence was received." 1
Stassen was foreign aid chief
and administrator of the Battle
Act in 1954f when th United
States agreed to allow U nthor
nations to relax the embargo on
200 items previously classified as
The items freed for trade
was snatched from hi
uia nome aere juiy 4. The kidnap kidnaper
er kidnaper left a- ransom note demanding
$2,000 but apparently has not con-
wcieo. me Weinberger family since
Mrs; Weinberger, the 33-year old
? supply salesman,
entitled her messae "an nn0i
from a mother for her child." It
''As a plea to one who has our
baby, you must know hnw mnv
our house is and, how heartbroken
w are.! is, 1 S
t -----uuuuug vuuiurcu
with the love we have for Peter.
Please contact us dn any way you
choose, but make it soon. f
"Fourteen days have passed and
we are worried. Give ua mm m.
Jitive proof to assure us that our
uauy is auve ana tnat -you have
him. We .will.follow ,any instruc instructions
tions instructions you give us. I have every as assurance
surance assurance and can -promise that the
police and the FBI will nnt inW
fer with any matter you arrange
with us." ;,....,.,.-,...... ,...,...,..,..,.."
The FBI entered the case July
11 after a fruitless-investigation
by. Nassau County police. Every
storm sewer drain within a haft
mUe radius of the Weinberger
home has been pumped dry this
week, in the belief that th kid kidnaper
naper kidnaper may have dropped the
baby s body down a man-hole.
' Two of the many persons ; who
have made hoax telephone calls to
the distraught family wens indict indicted
ed indicted yesterday by a Queens Grand
Jury on charges of attempting to
extort a $5,000 ransom and provid
us taise imormauon. Tne men,
Robert F. Giebler and Gordon
Howell, pleaded not guilty. If con convicted,
victed, convicted, they could be imprisoned
for a maximum of 28 years each,
Col. yan Richmond
Lt Col. Van B, Richmond, who
served as chief of Dermatology
at Gorgas Hospital for three years,
left the Canal Zone yesterday for
Ft Benning, Ga where he has
been reassigned to the Army Hos-
vuu nicnmona nas been with
iiorgas Hospital since August 5,
CoL Charles O. Bruce, Canal
Zone Health Director, wrote a lot.
ter of commendation to Richmond
ior me "outstanding manner" in
which he served as ehiaf of Dor.
matology, saying that "During your
uiree years nere you nave acquir acquired
ed acquired a devoted following of patients
wbo realize to an extent seldom
experienced that they have been
cared for by a skilled, thorough
and sympathetic physician."
Col. Victor Hirschmanh,
scheduled to arrive Monday, has
been assigned to replace R i c h-
mond. ; : i
Presentation of the commenda commendation
tion commendation from the Health Director was
made personally at the hospital
oy col woman H. Wuey, super
intendent, shortly before Richmond
left Attending the ceremony was
Mrs. Richmond. Brace's letter call
ed special attention to the work of
LoL and Mrs. Richmond In com community
munity community affairs during .their resid residence
ence residence here.
country U $afe' Abraham Lincoln;
Included heavy machine fools,
copper tcine and other mate
,riw which the subcommittee
said was vital to the buildup
of a Communist war effort.
The subcommittee held hear hearings
ings hearings to learn whv the United
States which has its own em-
oargo on tnese goods agreed to
allow other nations 1 to ship
As JSpeed Watch'
' AURORA, 111., July 19 (UP -Heavy-footed
motorists ticketed by
local police heard, good news to today
day today from Mayor Paul Ecan
Egan said he would excuse eve everybody
rybody everybody with a speeding ticket is-i
sued by the police, wbo have been
clocking autos with an electric trni
ing device, known as the "speed
watch.; ''They're using it with
out my permission," said Egan.
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Olivia De Haviland
Has Baby Girl
PARIS. Julv 19 (UP) Amer.
ican film actress Olivia de Havi-'
land gave birth here yesterday to
a six ana one-half pound, daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Gisele. '.. :; ; ; '
.The baby was delivered bjr cae
sarian operation' at the American
Hospital in suburban Neuilly. 1
It was the first child for Miss
de Haviland and her French hus
band, magazine writer Pierre Ga-I
lante. The actress has a son by
her first husband, novelist Marcus
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"A MOVICTONC RATUREITi COIOI by OUUXI
WASHINGTON", July 19 (UP)
The House Ways and Means Com
mittee, obviously dreaming of
vember in July, slapped together
a bill today to cut everybody's in income
come income taxes. Then it woke up and
killed the bill
. The vote against the measure
was 13 to 12. This was just as Well
because it stood no chance of enact
ment this year anyway, i
" But committee members, all of
whom face -reelection tins fall,
had a fine time figuring out what
they would like to give the voters.
' The bul started out as merely
a tax exemption for railroad work workers
ers workers on money they contribute to
pension funds., n
But before the lawmakers ware
threvghv they added tomathing
for evoryona. Than they took It
all back. The not effect apparent,
ly was to scuttle a drive by rail'
way labor unions to gat Congress
to boost their pensions.
-Tutiit aeauiofr ameuueu uiu
i?n he ?,nal showd2wn we;e aU
I'nflnrt Armno. tki. Mmj.B.JnJ (.ill-
jlu nepuuuean niemuers onu inree
T i- : j .:r: i n.
mam Jere Cooper Tenn.), Wilbur
Mills (Ark.), and Aime J. Forand
(RI). All 12 favorable votes were
cast by Democrats.
: One of the Democrats who voted
for- the bill told a reporter after-i
ward-that he and his colleagues
"enjoyed the proceedings." He;
warned Jhey are likely to repeat
their performance if anyone calls, nirig struck their duple quarters
up ; bill to provide tax relief for. in Oamboa. 1 . .
some'SPecial grop..-.v:i;M.v:'i-.. The -'holt'- hit a partition near
.The House Commerce ? Commit- the. back of house 101 on Murwin
tee has approved the pension-boost Place, scattering charred lumber
ing bill, but the unions dont want here and there. v -It
it enacted unless they also get the! Fire officials were" of the opinion
tax exemption. Otherwise, their! that a radio antenna had attracted
take-:.ome pay -would be reduced the bolt. Engine 25 from Gamboa
by their bigger contributions. to -answered a call to the homes oi
the pension fund. ; .. s 'j Jesse Crawford and Claud M. Kre'
r' The administration- opposed the gar. i-.s-o :
RICHARD RODGE.R5 OiUAK nAMMCKa l fcllM n
W r lw m mm trtmomvmc 1
exemption on grounds it would
give the railways workers preler-
If the measure had bean ao
proved in Its final form, i would
have gotten around this objec objection
tion objection by giving all taxpayers an
exemption. But this would have
raised even mora, objections be because
cause because the bill would have cost
the Treasury billions of dollars
in annual revenue.
The committee voted first to ex extend
tend extend the tax exemption to othef
workers covered by pension funds,
including Social Security- and fed federal,
eral, federal, state and local government
retirement systems.. -"
Then it added a provision to
grant even bigger tax relief to
self-employed persons who aren't
covered by pension funds and who
set up their own pension plans.
Then,- in an all-embracing ges
ture of generosity, ; it agreed to
extend that provision to every
sion plan or not'- -
1 And then it scuttled the whole)'
2 Cam boa Homes;
No One Injured
Two Canal Zone families escan.
ed: iniurv vpsterrisv when licrht..
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