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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00063
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ny phony cuts in Federal gov-
SIL eminent spending for next year
o are revealed by an examination .
S- of appropriation bills so far pass-
TOWARDS A BETER PANAMA ed by the House of Representa-
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SEffect of,these false economies
load to see the Mail Box taking a turn toward some con- Is to make t appear that Con-
.l=ve criticism for the community. Letter from A Ortn0 g grew is doing a whale of a job
SBox, June M6) was well thought out. in cutting Presldent Truman's
he is overly opUmtiat e. Panama wti never do anythingyear, this supposedto have a
t demand her rights., ood influence with the voters
w it is a paraod,. put nevertheless true you may be good influence with the voters.
ed to something. it may be rightfully yours, but by ingo, The after effect no apprbe just
,.| S don't fight for It, you don't de erve to get it and you trintedositre. tho electis may p
N. Let us look into this matter leisurely, because It is going have tobe appropriated afterthe
to eventually affect all Panamanians and U.8. citizens living elections. Paper savings look
good on the record, but tihy
A Gringo says why not convince all parties concerned that merely postpone the day of reck-
"ma can take care of its own citizens. Why should anyone owning, pile up trouble for later
ve to conince Panama of such a thing? Wny hasn't Pana- on and ultimately require a deft-
long ago taken the initiative and started providing for her clency appropriation before the
citizens? en dof the year.
S Why is to Tomas Hospital going bankrupt and the
'autiful Children's wing a shabby mess now? Why is the Ms- To the extent that these
5 Hernandez asylum a blot on ever one's conscience? nhony cuts are influenced by
Why has housing been neglected Dy the government and Republican votes, they may be
*'shed only by a few men with broad vision? maki feature gdlef for the
I agree with A Gringo that it would De a marvelous Idea to GOP It wins control of Con-
.loh local rate townsltes and replace them with low-cost ress In the coming -election.
iJung in the Republic. I agree that Iree schools, free entry, Instead of being able to reduce
care should be limited to U.S. citizens. But how can approplatta s as promised,
do it? the new Coaress will have to
Here is Panama operating her schools on two shifts not begb by IaMtesslng them.
h schools, not enough teachers, not enough money for es- Here are a few examples of the
even. way these phey cuts are being
i Now can the foundering Santo Tomas hospital take care of handled:
thousand more? ing to come from? For the 1) General Services Adminis-
Where is the low cost housing going to come from? For the traction requested $225 million to
ten years Panama has been bursting at the seams and carry on its toekpling of stra-__
ne has talked of housing that would be presently started. ter It materlais next year. The
ve seen a few buildings go up a few, when what they House Appropriat-onT Commit-
b ryou have thousands of people in desperate need of emphr o asla tI nthi o-s re
willing to pay for it, and no one to furnish the houses, n i*
just the residents of Panama who need better quarters m, disaowst request for rl
hei many who presently live in the C.Z. and would willing- 1 million for storage of these Be i
MOve to Panama if only the rents were reasonable. Where materials.
u it happen? The committee told GSA to DByfl
'trouble limited thinking a desire for a few big lok aroundmi ad see f it coul dn t
their than a small profit spread out over the years. find other storage facilities. But .
9, is true, not only of the housing situation, but of the if assurance is iven Congress
pfanamsa. Merchants awe still thinking of sales in that suitable falitos don't ex- WASHINGTON. Secretary of State Dean
!floamists'" tKt, the money will be appropria- Acheson's little noticed mission ,to Europe has a
lte tourist season Is only three months long. Wouldn't ted fter. simple, central object. This s to persuade our
profitable to cultivate the year-long trade of U.S. 2) Veterans' Administtration frightened, ill defended and divided European
We? Well, you are not goIng to geLt It nWs you estimated taht its readfstment Allies to accept the risk of general war, rather
St look at yourselves. benefits for next year would coat than to abandon Berlin to renewed Soviet pres-
ow many stores have been renovated or brought up to $898 million. These benefits in- sure.
in the past ten years? Les than one-tenth. elude education, training and There have been all sorts of signs recent
weeks that a new Soviet aggressive move may be
much competitive bargaining is allowed? The sales unemployment and loans to vet- in the offing, and on balance a eond Berlin
ir few and far between and consist mostly of stuff left erans under the OX bill. blockade ostensiblyinitiated by the ato wer
ever that has to be gotten rid of and a few cheap items, man ptst es iat d bMs med the most
Specially bought for the occasion, which are "quick The Ruse attratrly eat likely moe mo
.Ia.' These are not sales in the true sense of the this fi~i by $1l mU shortly before Acheron left fr ropehe took
otra, anu certainly no bargains. i? y W nMe. c wms a Wthe the National
MO Wpow aa)out the parking situatdof? Any other place, the guess 9 Fxio.on t.h
at and the government woult hiave gotten t o- i nbot "
long ago ana cleaned up the tangled mess of VA
g In Parnna. berlin could
not only for myself, but for hundreds of other wo- o to the
to the Canal Zone when I say, I prefer not to go to Pa- oiets, a Council Council
to do my shopping because the parking problem is fierce. 3) Federal Security Admila- also agret taken with
I only must you maneuver through the craziest, wildest tration grants for hospital con- no t In a s w e defeuslVe and in-
In the world, you must contend with constant traffic struction, previously authorized eae nes. the Soviets
by Congress at $154 million, were can no* t ean A br y jamming the
Miter a half hour of driving in Panama, if you are not a by Congress at $14 million, were a t at n a jamming the
us wreck and are fortunate enough to find a parking cut $ a0 million on the assump- This left just one way to hold Beriln-by
you s--rt shopping. ion that building materials breaking any blockade by the direct use of mill..
'ine windows are chuck fun of everything they look like wouldn't be available pext year fofte.,
aMe places lor the store. No nesse is used in luring the to carry on the work. The actu1 s does not mean. however, that It a block-
nto the sore only ive stores really know how to spending In this ase was merely ade Is imposed on a Monday, an armed convoy
their wladows. o deferred 195. eed necessarily be ordered to break. It o a
ViSS a, you buy what you neD you walk blocks and blocks 4) On the one billion, 140 ml- Tuesday
pavement rather Ohn go through the horrors of lion-dellar budget request for Sffielent stockpl Of f of ltd ottras neces-
and parking again, grants to the states on public as- sites have been built up in tie Western sectors
Uke get back to your Mar, teach for a cigarette, then you sistance programs, Congress cut of Berlin so that there is More room fr imaneu-
your car lighter is anaHlng. This is inevitable. I have off the $140 million to make the vet than there was when the first blobed was
t three lighters apd tree times have idst It within an appropriation an even billion. Imps d hi 1f8. Western Bertf now as uffi-
oi being parked In Panama. Rather than continue to be Again. the basis for this econ- ciot stoci.te carry theelty,'without S t,
shop's source of sppqly, my car will remain Without a omy was a congressional asump- d r ab dot come hsm. diately aaml ok-
tiotn that there would be ht 1 notoe tneftdely after &e
S'thuse are the small irritatlons and inconveniences that keep employment next year, wila a7Tit i g to present Intenons, the first
Ifomn shopping in Panama. more people over 65 becoming step this country--dfd if AcheaonMi
let's take prices. Tne excuse of high prices in Panama eligible for social security bere- sucee. by this country's Allles-weld be to
urty paid on each article. fits under the old-age assistance order mobilization.
take a dress how much duty is dpad on each dress? program. In iet the Western Allies would nbtty pre-
-4 a mark-up of 10 to 20 per cent on each dress is exor- 5) in the federal highway bill, pare to a war, if necessary, raiwr than
A little publicity, perhaps, on how much duty is paid the House cut a requested $400 abandon Brlin.
.article, would help to Dring prices down. That, and million to $325 million. The rea- Full mobilization by the West during the time
that merchants here should recognize if you build son given was a belief that there providedW the West Berlin stockpuls wail(of
steadyy trade, with profits negligible; that is to say wouldn't be enough steel and O tgraph the punch to Meftc.. wt
oMA able, and sell in quantity in the long run, you manpower to carry out the full tel the punch to thought to be actual-
profits than It you sell a limited quantity at a pu ly desirable. simply because this woult give the1
What Panama businessmen need Is a simple course men in the Kremlin time to think again, and the
Bat here the Houe A n t- oHc-alakersm still believe that the Soviets wbah
the principal opposition to such a program will uitubretMi4e solAse- to avoid a full scale war.I
M*om the bureaucrats in Balboa Heights. It's true -p-atlyS,tha. ttheesl This breathing spell would also provide tirae
aIs behind the times, but they at least are well- n et Cto t ----n"- .. .- -
tprincipal oppostlon will come from those people all the funds and tha the W
s anama those, politicians who would lose their economy rider would la no way
b got better, those office seekers desperate paymmtes the states d-
eketa while they have the chance that foolish, maanded their fal share.
S tem.Spewuesers who do not see the truly mag-
Panama has to offer, who are sucking her 86) A $136 million paper s i ing
^ igmhg the dry corpse for their sons. in appropriations for the Wvi MAN ABOB? TOWN
with blinders on who cannot transact even Service Retirement trust fund Luu m*esaSRul sRm 5, r -l pep
g^ee of bsasnesm without having their palms greas- shows how succeeding Congress- fBes BO -ts. O- a if na SOW w habmtis e
thr own ome. ~es have passed on thet obliga- doetoen Is the renaou.. .J Gaamdb ~s|ms
Iaundrds of thousands of foreign capital invest- tilons to the children of today's Vineot MIbe ad inh Puh ao a i
lost through such a short-sighted policy? taxpayers. lHetsehlg...The N 5 _rttah sr I _
you aue fortunate enough to have a few Federal employes par per tiMes been Set wak. bet se at
-ji, TiTues conltatst are too high and mighty to cent of their salaries and the *SWM: So1 latin S Mtfr ...
woukl feel Insulted. No, they take share Pedmal laenuat S spposd thy _I _
to contribute g less thah ____ 'jsr.
hen whoto see the government gets their 3 per cent of its total puproll to j ab r
r bthe other and everyone you must see tMig fund. ag as
.e. th any profit. you may have squezed $4 bislieron less i what it rm 1 (
E IIIg1 apeoulalvely eyed by the govern- should be, due o govermuent 'gm qjaW W S?

t and buy oerutthrse t yur mu of the udset boos
e am porur but wiser. You get pa 80-ypm payment he wur- the WhtSo _e
sigagatey t i paranou d to bring the lUad p to a ll

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Smith, then At to tl
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armed witlth, warning that un
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vious reason that tte. -
readiness is most ae lte tB
The Pentagon hasly lst
that this country be and
after, the risk of G a fto
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should nt1 ctansly aree
erican position on e
vivid Imgiatlon to-mse
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actual blockade.
During the brief brethiftll W l tbd yI
Berlin stockpiles. tree U
certainly build up In fl -E atn
country, to abandon Ber1 ft w to ri
general war. :
SIt Is on precIsWe the seMIM f
thtthe Soviet rulers ll S C
momentous decision to bl
No Informed official doubts
Berlin Is like a cancer in the
that the Soviets will to to ald s
excise the cancer, if they belte ..paw be4
short of world war.
Yet no Informed official Is b' W
i Britala or France for that 5fon-dc
that abrndonmmnt of Berlin W t Wst
be an mItolerablo disaster. a li irti
to outright defeat in the ,
And those who have been l B I
lleve that ff our nerves h0 ,
avoid this disaster, witl f
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SSiping & AirLine News

SM 1Costa l aurists signment as Professor of Milita-,
9"$ 3 e W e Ead ry Science and Tactics at Rose'
A ulbe gap of 50 persons Polytechnic Institute in Terre
Straw v J spe il chartered daute. He will be accompanied
4 pIme 1mad Jwe, Costa Rica jy Mrs. Jacobs and their two-
W Vl pWdt week-end of July cnlldren. I
f ta'i ag p.lst'of Interest Also sailing on the Panama are
._ analhu nd the Canal Zone. Peter H. Brennan, Deputy Mar-
Making O~ tl I P iniai their shal of the United States Dis-
head4tterg. trict Court and Dr. Harold C.
PiMea hnbee n a e through r.iering, who has served as
the 6lon .ChasMler lommerce school physician in the Canal
and their tour .Brector, Fred -J. Zone. He has been here for about
Bucsh, to make thetr stay an en- two years and will make his1
joyable visit. To greet the vilstord aome in the United States, pos-
On arrival will be oarlordo Ji- -ibly Milwaukee, Wisconsin, al-
C a Mm, Costa Rican Collat and though his plans are not difln-
" Delgado of the Colon ite.
L (thmber of Commerce. .hr ean-
a uber of Commwl meet. Ar i- The complete advance paasen-
B busftswiR me@- fi mM A jut fblK"t
.rs. Natalie C. Adams and
ar~ wlf: it. lind I~ ', arl Albert-
.;of .30111 ;- P no"O M SAM L..
te; g &and son; t ta r aMr.Ro-
b Golden '.'r arnes; oa'm, ar-
Colon. ft. And! Anna L. ft1Mey nd
-lo oms; farthe Mr.
l o wfil be given and Mrs. C. H; r.
in see 'the P h Sf. John M. /_; Peter
t tlied trip trough ~ an aMr M Lau-
Alpt.,l Locks, Madden rence P. ushoeng and two sons;
Adistfstration Buldling.I Mrs. 2dh D. Campbell; Mrs.
ad ftcvy Posts In the Ca- Martha M: Carikker and baby
son; Ruth Cherry; James E.
I'morning will be spent Cole, Jr.; Harold L. Conrad;
lough the Interior of Gerald R. Cooper; Mrs. Ethel 0.
1 ArraliJan. Corr'ti. Cooper; Mr. od Mrs. Joseph 8.
,tan Carlo. A brief Corrigan and cfcen; Chas.
t Rio Mar, where a L. Cross; )R. ki rs. Louts
h'lanh can be enjoyed Davisrd 0 hbFdw: Dr. and
L Mrs. Harold C. Deering and 2
'ih visit to San Jose, Cos- children; Rev. and Mrs. W. H.
a. is being planned by Dilbeck and 3 children; Marian
it the Colon Chamber C. Evans; Mr. and Mrs. Bern-
for the week-end hard I. Everson and 2 tons; Mrs.
Ig2Ind 13. For informa- Kirsten A. Everson; Mr. and
Ii. Balboa 4394. Mrs. Benjamin Fldanque; Mr.
S ... -- and Mrs. Thomas L. Flint and 2
'-.iL L L. In eob, children; Thorwald H. For-
MMlnabl renan s strom;
ftanty or N.Y. Jor. ph T. Oarton Jr.; James
a3 ipurvin L. Ja3 Who W. Grayson.; < nrad J. Gruener;
his tonur l- Mr. and -Mrs. William B. Hall
M t o4.1he OiM iM a and son; Mrs. Mildred Hamn-
46ie fi mond and*i2bildwn; Mrs. dith
Sfor lieow 74f inning siI1 dhIl&ren; MYiriot
of the P LtS. S. Herring Mri and Mt.- To- -
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have your Ad with one of our Agents or our Offices l No. 57 "11 Street Panama 0 1.
No. 12,179 Cemtrali Ave. Colon

Lewa Service Saln de Bellea Amicauo Cart Drug Store i.
#4 TivolS Ave.-Phone 2-2M1. and *85 West 12th street 10.0. Meilded Ave.-Phone0 56 C01o61n 1 n
orrison's Agencia Iterarcieial de PtMicaclose Paprmpiat S.A. Miaim wft 'v e -- o -
7 irt h of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 #* Letter PIlsM Phne. 341W S tt corner Stin 3C. each IM N it b& -

Househol Automo le will the.kind gentlman who lent FOR RENT-wo beh c PROFMSSONAL .
:SALE-25 cycle washer. We Servie Personnel and Civilian 'a fvedotllars at CanoM e Co Tel. Balboa 2756. -- a r S
Vve Thor automatic and conven- Government Employes drop me a note so I con mil him PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The Fw the 141 mr) 'sibl i ;l
cycle operations Easy credit terms Govemment Employee Finance Co. my check MM. Box 93, Colon. only court in Santa Clato ith ans. r. f m le
io Canal Zone employes. Cass When you finance your new SITUATION WANTED- T h re Oceanvew from l cottage. Sp I .
'trloii. Central N' 223. or usdcar. days a week as laundress and gen- ro beach. Rock Gas, refrigeration,
r/ .ARAE INCYDIHLINR oral cleaner by mature Jamaican barbecue and shuffle board. P- SPRAMY
SeLEoNo. 45 Ausemebile low woman with good Canal Zone re- ama 3-1877, Margarira 6. Nn-
tomotic washer. S 125, I Easy Phene .4984 5-4985 ferences. Phone Panama 2.3907. Box No. 435 Balboa. No Bess.-. No t e cpos
5sindr-er. 125; I Salsbury Scooter. i Gramlich's Santa Clara beach- tNotBru h n .hN o ba
$150, I farrous buttonholer, fits FOR SALE-1947 Dodge Convertbl. MISCELLANEOUS cottages. Electric boxes, gas Each cn i tt a- th
rrest machines. Call Albrook 5134. Coupe, radio, new top Priced for MI a cottages. Electrs, moderate ratboes. TelephoneVah tb ai l ttal he- l r l
P quick sael. Colon Motor Inc. stores, moderate rt.Tooone6441,_Avaiableinvi
a oSALE -Bamboo furniture sA .o- b3 Dodge and DeSto; 10th sitre.lifAley Ig t h new 1m W,1 01 I IM1
- tMe, chairs, ottoman, tables. set Colon. Tel. 492-j AM asnymen. Old fashioned Fourth and B.ngo. b u CO. t hull, a Tth
en- d B. psa o lo .R SALE:-.949 4outh Specia 2M1 A lE lHotel Panomericano ,n cool El GEO. F. NOVEY, INC o pkTtaf- t om 'lete a, n _
tAL-eLn4 Econoa door sen, radio t F R SALE c 0 CAMPANA.-Enjoy e o, * d with e t v 4h
matic washing machine. 60 us le. seat covers c oa ara inC ClonRROMCAMPANA.o-tor. .IE 94 h
Exll went operating condition, 60S Ii used car bargain Colon Motor MiJe anBenl quiet comfortable, inexpensive With 11op1 M W W in sItf I ln Wols b t
PhAe 86-3147. See atQtr, Inc Dodge and DeSoto. 10 St. week end. Sleeps nine; gas lights, hits.Amer- ant, en of ie
P AboColoan, Tel. 492-J FOR SALE:-120 boss piano accor- stove and refr-gerator. I 1-2 hour r have never tebe Ve .
I Albrook dion. Phone Corozal 4296 or Cu- fIrom Panama City. Call Curundu, Cll tto prooduce atheirtmento T
iLE:---G. E. was mahI FOR SALE:- 1950 Plymouth Special rundu 52895. 7279. hl casting. tpannod 0l yeoe y
wahng m ath. iNe De Luxe Club Coupe, new seat Consoleelectrics _______e___g_____ hul cetinl aryamyce
25cyles used on month. Norge covers radio, heater excellent FOR SALE:---Consol electric sewing Caino Santa Clara. Dance music by ENETIAN le crews f the field tand tahe Ir -i, io .
le 25 cycles. Phone 83- condition Must be seen to be ap- machine 25-60 cycle sell or trode Casino Aces. No reservations ne- Ot thn knwn dUnS ob D&
274 2153- 7th St. Curudu.prec ared Colon Motors Inc. Dodge for 25 cycle wshng machine cessory. Saturday and Sunday. BLINDS S O- ith t of the development tl 3 tre w tl
S3LE:-2 twin mahoomny beds. and DeSoro. 10th St. Colon. Tel Baby tenda high chair, $15.001 11 11111----a gua Thn a tt T -aveile d ; rd of 01
5611-A., Diablo. Hodges place. -192-J. Cristobal 3-1373. WOK RENT tr mo u s because t of the A a
I" ALE-Chests of drawers, metal FOR SALE.-1950 De Soro Custom FOR SALE:--One t of professional, l ca tvice." .o, r., in Ct oitt Co
'olhted in colors. Beautiful and Fordor. In excellent condition. Co- .drums and trap $75.00; 2 rear Ap l hryis ilTt n t l the b. rifl et o D l t
modem. 2.3708. 0954 Amador Ion Motors Inc.., Dodge and De- springs for 1947 Kaiser or Frazer ALHAMA APA1TMENTS n ttlht beib 'wo fl"ld DeL
SaM S6to. 10th Street. Colon Tel 492 $15 00. 1950 Chevrolet 2-door n furnished-unfurnished apart- aSl2 ..3h e- rl W L "
E -Esy washing machine. Lu Sedan, excells, $1,250 00n- ments. Maid service optional. Con- 30 n a iberll C' Do fyof e |Li -
tion. redio anday ef9a'ctse S 4-8.25000 Cret. 0telephon treet,8Now.tthe he tu1t n
one year. pere:t ccnditOn A TA Phon Navy 9 House 84B. tact office 8061. 10th Street. New a orwtth.v89'd os 4i nl. gat t I :.
S00. M ao galy cc0 .ne tab'.t "T he eed t UPEI -C A R S let" 6thF SA. E "oca Fir.e wCo rto m O teN T lep on e r flon. : 1 10 i Ir so t or navIn M r
525.00. mahogany rdrobe offers yu IFOR RENT. Small lower floor fff p oud the tank omt-: A0S4ed .P0tracts fo 0 l 4ht
iros. $50.00. N 18. 6th The lowee PRICES in town FRSALE- Fireworks, American apartment in cottage. Surtable for 5 G: dbaA gner's cupola, which at be fit, hiard-hittift tankT IMS I .
Cdco del Mar. Tel. 3-4398. end Supply Co., S. A. No. American couple. Good, quiet.imed, lid a drlom Army Orance has b
r iaire. 7 uey Pme Ponoma. clean, independent. See from 4 to a (. e the tank. its Mobilizatton base.ta wtw
c Ms rar new. $195. as eii ItF w ORth it! FOR SALE: Zenith Transoceanic 7. 9079. 8 !2 St. aam (COM iMO mh W vehilete is easier to drIel oe five edlum ..
1' at Qtme. 283-A. Al- 415 of July Ave. NO 11 A portable radio. Call 83-4194. af- FOR RENT.August and Septem- than a farm tractor. It ha s a atm. P ior thi ca-*
.. Ph f 214.F OI 5ALE:-1951d F Tudor, low ter 4:30 p. m. 2150p Curunu-.DO ber. apartment:. S.3 bedrooms. 2 To es-4tee93-1-a bied wit ant only th DA
S- .hogany chiffonier Wilieem $500 down. 0759-G FOR SALE- Special offer. The baths, maid's quarters, etc., fur- JI M 9-COOI CODontintenta*IeT-13 aIr.CAiL' -
dreipr $20; 6 piece dining1 W-lnson Pkce. B|ba._ best slicing machines, Globe re- shed El Cangrejo, F s.reet. House ,l0 a oerdb ernlse. 'le Pt. pand wAmte proual aHeul
00; four oak chaIr $15. FOR SALE: SbAlck 1950 Sedan. conditioned, from $125.00 up. See Tel. 3-4242. t re 'iliUM-47. ta ".
kitchen ble four chirs. Two tone. Green Top condition. them at Fbrica Nacionel do l FOR SALE-Attractively furnished 2 msoe Patton t Ma
"Iaple divan and Choir $60; All aoeeisorle* Standard Trans- chichas. 102 "B" Ave. bedroom apartment .nd large liv- ld r h" i f!3
radivic and table S50. Tank mission. Ve low mile Hist FOR SALE-R0clvBr Notional HRO- ing-diningroom in Bella Vista. N9 rNlh
cleaner $95; cub scout bidder takes It. Phone 2-1020. 50T, complete with 5 coils. Cost 30. San Martin 150 St Coall
$5; Cedar chest 55 House FOR SALE:-1941 Chevrolet Stake new over $400.00, will sell for Panama 3-2239, from 5 to 7 p. J.t todh "Iq; fih
1 ,2 Ton truck, duty paid. Mo- $300 00. Call Fort Gulick 88-252. m. AIna MJrM vl WgI BijV
LE:- estinghou:e Refriger- tor in excellent condition. Philipv- FOR SALE:-Zenith Thrans-Oco nic for wu.nrdb l E"el l nf
ft. ).5 CVl. Excellenit pine Ratiotan Furniture. Darien and Raodio. Excellent bu it $75.00 FOR RNT . g H u B Io Im namd r 5 w
lIdcu. 167-.r, Peda H Street. Panoam 2-2j..1 387-B. Cocol. hlit
e. 4-430 ___ FOR SALE:-Radids for yoyr 1952 FOR tLE: 0lerman iin;cer Pla t .
-MOtal bed, couch, each Dodge or Plymouth cats. Colon Mo- ppy, male, 5 weeks old. Call FOR SALE-Fu I t
fil spring and mattress. Misc. tars. Inc., Panama and Colon. Bboa 2915. residential sectfAmsn can- .o
VA, il flir lamps. 83-4288 a WWE: 19 0 Ford 2 door. veniences. No. 13. reet. 1Amerf *p I
j duty paid. A real bargain. El C n-K KtI R FAR T O"a
S SAUe--Wetinibuse refr~Vr- grlja, F Street. House 7. Telie- D. o wel
,or.-7 -cu. ft_,4 years old. $95.- phone .--4242. R FHft* 2, iiiame, nw 0, 10" 7.
J. ue 3'8.1 DIablbe. Tel. FOR SALE:-1950 platform Truck FOR RENT:-In Bhlle Vie, nicely T e m le th t 0 ,of eln t fur
4-30. with winch, perfect condition, good furnished room. kitcifn priviOles. FOR SALE:-House at La Venta on Ih sfo a n an n aAder, andimprt n a
S -on mode. bedroom ts. Aencias Globale," No. Mexico Avenue 69, near 43rd. St. beach lot one mile wet of Srta fSa t.ree b Alfred J. aOvM We e, er I l tar Ra l
tvwn btl, box and innerspringi 121 Via Espana. Panom. Phone 3-0553. Clara. Five bedrooms, three bath- i resreMlative. l* S tO" 0 e nIda l lt ng M e of IwWinl (eSL (
*ts Oleeseer lo,. night table. FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 2-Door F room g e twocers. Cheao ** p the w. anR2WSPR- t o .eem ely t :1-t A (<
,,RSIr r s w.ng machine sedan. Styleline, color, mist green. F R SALE ; r"eSa n m tfA i ene;
Iui sile.S 250, (pon new Excellent mechanical condition, quic sae See Ae o l a r dea m re)rn W id "bite" UI $ -u A
I ,s n ae w Excelent m echan ceJ condition July 2 to 6. (. F. H H ull. re1 'U h
AMim, diine.,m set. o.l l vary clean. 13.000 actual miles. ti _Mna Motoh IJuly iS E "te .p M O a .
4d'nis, China closet, sid- Price $1,395.00. Poue. telephone FOR SALE.% H. P. 25 cycle me- FOR SALE:-Beatiful Lot No. 97 .. and stber e, g pm e O e i the -^ .hpt of ( D i
O0.00. 8 pc. Rattan lt- 2-4230. House 54831-8 Diablo. for..-Ph&e* 3-165 Crstobl of 600 meters at Juan Franco. 2nd o e .eam extra wm Wffup to t 0.- a 00 BC)W
,fnoeraping cushions, end Street, price reasonable. Tel. 2- sMee ai mloal bilsfar you and s ;,6It hmsb f: teonn e
lflgiJ7.00 us Chi .n 2731.M3-1 421.eviry peft inridingwand Ist
i&, s.0G rugsC -inese oI, fST oFr 'aflow moreSTentas, u, I ,, for ths)ble br aP10S00_1
Vfta-o*Pans. toys, refri-rHi 'Ca l--BII ___________'a MODI -- d for ht
e.t.oilPaMaHO3W390.*I8.uw^U IdU.E LOST:-Strayed wire Terrier mole RM .ETATEDglAUN S l wzism renewing your fimitSt, tiveIo n- the I
ip. m. to Il p. m. |- nlme Peter. Vicinity Curundu or Buying and Selling with the use of' AM u lni. l0 C.. RitOD A 0u a lS .
SA T L Ft. Clayton. Reward. Phone 83- approved real estate practices II Arnold BrankhL VW V 611
.:.,,WANTE co"wds NM I 412.4. Byrne. you're thinking of buying orfsellngd, MIeis t ioove O ,r from Cb O l dlte T ld 11 t
m. call us first. Thomass Real Estate
J y L IE 11 LESSO NS ^ Agency, Central Avenue No. 259. o o bi the
wto buy onC show- |tcase.- phone 3-1069 Panami. formation of 1W) Th
2 ft. x 6 ft.,with Col. W. C. ott. Superinten- Modn o 7 ti n 1 1om.. e,
rf shelves slide doors., dent of Colon Hospital since ners, start playing right eoy. The Laon r u I
nal Zone about Jun y 1 at th' P'nn a ano Te.achers Asec-1 at. n i. ca countr1I ,bo,)
'FO RENT: House with completion of his tour of duty Pnnsvlvenia Tel. 2-1282. to tetoau- BL to PNwst
1KIre of ground; within I0 here, it has been Dannounced. at Air r News **
^ i of city. Furnished or B3a be8 Heihts. va 1 Il f l I a- e a rc d orders ai.gn Ce t.iaO, Be fR Sls I T-n -
Bo78 Ing him to the U.S. Army No0pi- *..I 17;. lude am? I iI

dote rm a sfce n orP n- i was hurgeon far wite nh. pI*n and c idren LynTneos E B rtipclv.U' ii S d w ta--ll amW
BUr. W B New Zngland Mlitary Disstrit FIWIm huffY. V Jennins; Samsuel 3e. Jolmion spoesnffss JP I
We. i | ,when he was ordered to a Ca- a lnd daughter; Mr. and Mrs. A "
nal Zone in Auust 104. He was Aecording to the utheeutb WiBlam T. Johnston; (a b InR uU osr 1 e onl, ll th Sik W
oi'h speaking maid Ion Hospital and became SuprO. Na>vl Personnel has isnoenced broadcast te :Uale
=~e^ coking and core intendent on the departure of that certain Naval Regerve of- Anna L. Kleirnar; Mr". and L up and o cfiuiW plan a E .
g referpnee, 1422- CoL. Wilami B. Peter. flo5' who have been released Mrs. WAUlam K. McOue: Mr. o inr t t .Lili.m Ito
St. olboa. evenin, of.te He is a graduate of the Uni- to inactive duty aince Iine 25. and Mrs. Wlhlam P. McDougall A, OIILLAC JR. Radio M t l 1
S 'versity of Virginia and received 190 may ren from the Naval a4 daughter; Mr. and Mrs. 'ca t Sie S
his degree in medicine from the eserv.e. Wlliam A. May Jr. an | OdILLAC sonn; wM k u
Medical Colee of North Car Ofloers eligible for resigna- Mrs. Beaulah F. Norton, ad eS10
ia C en. He ered his ternah ip at tion are those who have reach- children; Mr. and Mrs. d i*i
,---Walter Reed Hospital and fore e ac 4W 11, lfld h. n r dMrsa ant 2 ohfor and f MR U U
s evel .al ye. l wsInpl at oPerf en.se M tS r. .a.iI daughter; Robe-t 3. Pulr; WI a
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NEW YORK, July 2-The Indians, after be-
S ng held scoreless for ten innings by ancient
Satchel Paige, broke locose for two runs in -'he
19th inning. to come from behind and beat the
Browns 4-3 at (leveland in the longest night game
s of the year.'
Hours before the Cleveland In- Slaughter also drove In five
dians finally ambushed the St. runs with two homers, the sec-
Louis Browns, the New York ond with two men on in their sev-
Yankees topped the Boston Red enth. giving him a total of 1,001
Box 3-2 before the biggest crowd runs driven in. That was all
at the Yankee Stadium this year the help Wilmer Mizell needed
-48,797 fans. The Yankees now for his third big league win.
lead the American League by
four ghmes. In the Boston fracas, Torge-
The Washington Senators tal- son became enraged when
lied four times on four walks and Yvars broke his bat after an
only tvo hits as they came from argument about Tor geson
behind in the sixth to defeat the Atanding too far back at the
Philadelphia Athletics at Shibe plate when batting. He charged
Park, 6-5. into the Giant dugout and
The Detroit Tigers pushed the knocked Tvars down with two
Chicago White Sox into fifth punches, cutting his right eye.
place with a 6-4 victory at Briggs Hank Thompson and Davey
Stadium. Williams blasted Giant homers

F Lefty Lou Brissie, who reliev-
ed Indian starter Bob Feller in
the tenth, retired the Browns
without undue difficulty until
the top of the 19th when Dick
Krybhekl walked, -moved to
second on Bob Nieman's sacri-
flee and came home on Jim
Delsig's single.
Paige. who relieved starter Ned
Garver in the ninth, pitched ten
shutout innings against the In-
diuns and had victory within his
grasp when he finally wbre out
io the bottom of the 19th and
jded two runs on a single by
!.l=can star Bobby Avila, a dou-
irWby Al Rosen and a pinch sin-
by Hank Majeski.
S The Yankees' Vic Raschl.plich-
a five-hitter to win his eyv-
h game, topping Dizzy Trout
S a duel. The Yankees scored
Lining run in the eighth
hi doubles by Mickey Mantle
d Bobby Brown.
The Senatdra' Jim Busby drove
In two of their runs with a sin-
Jle that was the big blow of their
tally while Jackie Jensen dou-
bled in- the first Inning to ex-
tend his hitting streak to 17
: mes. The Athletics' Gus Zer-
S banged out his 13th homer.
ie Wertz and Joe Ginsberg
each clouted three-run homers in
_e Tigers' triumph over the
S hite Sox which gave Freddie
hutchinson his second win.
In the National League, Enos
Slaughter put his name in with
the Jutting elite when he batted
in his 1,C'30th run In an 8-3 vic-
tory for the St. Louis Cardinals
over the Cincinnati Reds at
Sportsmai's Park.

I as reliever Hoyt Wilhelm gained
i nis seventh victory in a relief
George Strickland drove In alli
of Pittsburgh's runs with a two-
run homer and a long 1ly. For-
rest Main, with help from Ted
Wilks, gained the victory al-
though they gave up nine hits to
just three yielded by Willard
Ramsdell and reliever Dutch

Large July Feurlh

Proam -At t Boca

Sel For Yomosrs
A rich program has been map-
ped out at La Boca for the hun-
dreds of Pacific side youngsters
who will be warming over the
town for an enjoyable celebra-
tion Fourth of July.
At 8 a.m.. four thousand trink-
ets will be distributed to kids
fourteen years and under. This
will be done on the La Boca Ball
Free movies will be held at the
La Boca Theater at 9 a.m. and at
10 a.m. a track and field meet
will get under way for senior and
junior competitors.
Jeep and trailer rides and tank
Ins section are listed for 1:80 p.m.
at the Jamaica Prado.
At 3 p.m. the winner of the La
fBo"a-Patalso basketball game
vwll meet a Gambos outfit in a
championship basketbAll game
at the Balboa YMCA.

it Boston, the New York 01-
sa topped the Braves for the The traditional acooter and
rittraight time 6-3 in a game board skates.derby will be held
Wf6ed by a fist fight between at the Jamaica Prado at 3:30
.Uves' Earl Torgeson and p.m. for youngsters ranging from
Giants' Sal Yvars. nine years to fourteen years.
hid Brooklyn Dodgers stayed Sixteen events are listed for the
,e and one-half games In derby.
it of the pursuing Giants by All members of the sixty-man
ilt a 4-3 decision from the committee, yhioh has been or-
Jdelephia Phillies at Ebbets ganized to gpervise the activi-
id on a pinch single by Pee ties, are ael to attend a final
ie Reese that produced the meeting, oa Thursday, at 5:30
tiling run In the ninth. Gil p.m., In the office of the physical
tees smacked a three-run director of ba Boca.
er earlier to tie up the game. Oscars and medals for the
as his 16th. track meet and trinkets have
be Pittsburgh Pirates topped bepn donated to the Local-Rate
Clhicago Cubs 3-2 at Wrgley kids by the Pacific Side Fourth
I. ,of July Committee.

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4 American
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National League
TEAM- Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn....... 48 18 '.727
New Yor .. ... 45 22 .672
Chicago.. .. .. 38 31 .551
St. Louis. .. 39 34 .534
Cunllnati ...... 31 39as .443
Philadelphia .... 30 37 .448
Boston ........ 27 43 .386
Pittsbarhg.. .... 19 53 .264

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Cineinati at St. Louis (N).
Phlatdelphia at Brooklyn (2).
Pittdbfth at CMhago (2). |
(Only Games Scheduled.)
Philadelphia 0 300000-3 7 0
Brooklyn 000000301-4 9 2
Fox, Konstanty (3-2) and Bur-
ess: Branca, Labine B5-2) and
Pittsburgh 010 200 000-3 3 3
Chicago 000000020-2 9 1
Main (2-6), WRks and McCul-
lough; Ramadell (2-2), Leonard
and Atwell.
New York 200 030 001-6 10 0
Boston 000110 001-3 7 C,
Gregg, Wilhelm i7-2) and
Yvars; Jones (0-31, Cole, Jester
and Cooper,
(Night Game)
Cincinnati ............. 3
St. Louis ..... ..... 8

American League

New York .
Cleveland .
Boston .. .
Chicago.. .
St. Louis. .
Detroit .. ..

.... 36
.... 33
.... 27


Wash'ton at Philadelphia (N).
Chicago at Oetrelt.
Boston at New York.
St. Louis at Cleveland.

Chicago 030000001-4 11 1
Detroit 300 000 00x--- 6 2
Kretlow, Brown, Judnon (0-11,
Kennedy and Lollar; Wight,
Hutchinson (2-1), Hoeft and
Swift, Ginsberg.
(Night Gaine--19 Innips)
St. Louis'............ ... 3
Cleveland .............. 4
Washngto 20004000,-6 7 2
M ZPaadero g000oS00-5 00
Morebo, Consuegra (1-C'i,
Johnson and Grasso; Kellner
(5-81, Wright, Hooper and As-
Boston 101000 000-2 5 4
New York 000002 10x-3 8 2
Trout (5-7), Benton and White;
RaschI (7-2) and Berra.

Sports Briefs

BOXING-Underdog Joe Mice-
li of New York smashed his way
to a second round technical
knockout over welterweight Lu-
ther Rawlings in their scheduled
10-rounder In New York Monday
night. Rawlings entered the ring
a five-to-seven favorite but Mic-
eli swarmed all over him, knock-
ing him down twice in the open-
ini round.
DIVING-Skippy owning of
Texas, Bob Clothwoflhy of Ohio
State and Miller Anderson of
Cincinnati have won places on
the U.S. Olympic three-meter
aprkinboard diving team. Brown-
ing niaed first, COthworthy
second and Anderson, third, in a
New York selections meet.
OLYMPCS- The president of
the Canadian Olympic Associa-
tion says there isn't enough
money to finance the team's trip
to Helsinki. Sidney Dawes an-
nounced the situation after se-
lection of the track and field
team at Hamilton, Ontario, yes-

BOXING Manager George
Katz says he will ask the Penn-
sylvania Athletic Caoozission to
stop welterweight =K Gavilan
from using excessive mase when
he defends agait W Turner
next Mon-dai PI laielphia.
Turner's m ualgr pys: "Gavilan
uses so much-Wr on hhs face,
he's nevei t r hurt-but it
"ill be diffet, Monday." .
FOOTRALL The Pittsburgh
Steelers of &e National Football
League have signed a quarter-
back and a place-kick specialist
to bring their Iater to 37. Quar-
terback Jim Winks Initialed his
third contract with the Steelers
yesterday and place-kicking
guard Max Mickey of Otterbein
signed his first profesIonal con-

closed yesterday far the
richest ei t tma Do
nWo.n U- VA n s S N -
mtetr ea.

0s neaNW

RECORD BREAKING Louise Bgs drives to the sqventh'
hole during the Women's Natn! 'Opbn Golf Tourney at
Philadelphia in which she set a new record for women's dom-
petitive golf in 172 holes by to.fttg the course in 264, fo
strokes better than the previous mark held by Mrs. Babe
Didrlckson Zaharlas. It as the second women's open title
for Miss e ggs.

Playground Sports
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Results of Friday's gates:
,,"E" Le a .(t *-
garita 14.
tun 18.
.C" Leag :4;
Margarita I
"A" Legj e: Ng ta 43,

The oCranal e Ut as-
ketball Lea. a..ht"h ? bp 0r-
ed and co te r e physie-
al Edueatdf S Recreation
Branch is wel under way on the
Atlantic side. The sqcon series
of games were played at Marga-
rita, Cristobal and Gatan with
some 75 boys competing.
The "E"'- League game was
played at Margrita this week
and an went to the strong and
experienced Cristobalites who
beld the Margarita lads to one
field goal during the entire first
half. 'The box rore:
GxtobXi- FG FT PF TP
Burgess, J... 4 1 0 0
Sasso, W. .... 6 0 0 12
Humphreys, D 2 0 0 4
Paton. E..... 4 0 0 8
Cawford, C. 1 0 0 2
Hause, D..... 1 0 1 2
MIloy, G.... 3 0 0 6
TOt. .. .. .. 21 1 1 483
Bubatitutes: Hunnicutt, B.;
Owib, aD; Burgess, F.
.Margarita- FG FT PF TP
0cMollough, T. 1 0 0 2
Wfll. W...... 2 0 0 4
Letes, F. .... 2 0 0 4
Maxon, R ..... 0 0 1 0
Corrigan, F.. 2 0 0 4
French, W.. 7 .0 1 14
Totals....... 14 0 2 28
Substitutes: Sanders; Bath,

emphasts on team work. the (Oa-
tun quintet could easily become
a contender for the Atltlt Bide
"D" League orown. The box
F. ~i* "~F*
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6t 0 0
Total ....... 8 18
-Substitutes: Lacroi
Harrison, Lawrt1ce anel.
Msarrta- to pT PPF TP
Oora D.. 3 0 60
91 2

1 0 2
... .. 1 1 ,2 3
T l.. .. .. .-. .
.Sub ..titutes: Dki ., Biwel ,
Phbps. -
In lb clas V" ccpetltior,
CrbaM~tl repeatd 1l0t wept's
5- i %%

wen"tJupdheaWu t im druto.
bal f& M ita showed
some iWm' however,
soe ledb* y In the first
D.. 2 1 2 0

. 0 1 4.
a. .... 0 1 0
...... 1 0 3 2
S..... 1 0 5
S.. .. 0 1 2
is .1 .. .. 1 0 -1 2

Totals. .... .. 11 2 12 24

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W.; Weigle; Will, J. IzM-mrfta- FG FT PF TIP
--3y,.. 0 2 1 2
Gatun made its first appear- PerllRoy .. 3 0 0 6.
ance of the season in a close Totb, .... 2 0 2 4
game on its home court against scott, J. .... 0 0 1 0
Margarita who had defeated W Bird, 1.. . 0 0 0
Cristobal "D" Lege last wet. -
Led by Joe Hann and Ray Totals ...... 5 3 4 12
Croft, two able an expet eed
ball players, the Oatun 'D" The Margarita ':A" Leaguers,.
Leaguers made a last quarter who had attered defeat in a
comeback after tratring bad y closely contested ball game last
throughout the earlier part of weehflcM with reinforcements
the game. t. Is Week n the form of John
They almost succeeded int ty- Hayes and Jack Katalinas to
Ing up the ball gme in the clos- hand Cristebal ts first defeat of
ing moments. With U more the ssaon. The fist half of the

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Clare Boothe Luce

Says Taft Biggest

Me-Tooer Of All

S (UP)-Clare Boothe Luce. auth
-or, playwright and former Con
S reauwoman, charged last nigh
S that' "I anyone in public life ca
S 'rightfully be called a 'me-too
candidate, it is Senator Taft o
r Ohio.'"
S Speaking at a $100-a-plate din
t sponsored by the EisenhoWe
clubs of Connecticut, Mrs. Luc
said that Sen. Taft "now seem
to have changed his mind" o01
S a my of the convictions he helix
the past ten years, and that "h
hU come very far over to a posi
tion he once denounced as inter
l0 nalist and un-American.
S "e now offers as evidence
of 'h grasp of foreign affairs,
h M very views he once fought
S e'long and bitterly.
."His change of mind Is all to
hi credit, and we all applaud it
Bat are our allies to be blamed
ft" feeling that a man who ha
shown in the past such bai
judgment In foreign affairs ma:
err again in a time of crisis.
K' "In any cae, the able senate
from Ohio is plainly a mai
whose thought sl slowly shaped
*" bV events., Eisenhower is a mai
whaoe thought can swiftly shape
S vents."
S Mrs. Luce said that "there's no
dsubt that Senator Taft, as o
S tay, sincerely intends to de
a d the West against Commu
I am.
"But the bald fact is, that the
free peoples of Europe and Asia
ate not inspired with confidence
by his belated conwron to
_Jierlean world leadeuhp"
S he said that "as a of In-
gy which we all Mr
* tto be, we know that e will.
tt, MOger h- natural d t-
Pand let the un coi lwted
S qaloB at the conventIm det
oa. She seating of the Tius
in Chicago."
SLee, a legate to 0te
Snentioen.l, said that
of ea. Dwight 1.

0My be i* Sisi fr-
S. shade fe endmt M of
S w a er te flte-star
"The whole world is interested
t tha outcome of the Re ubi -
covention. But Stam. In te s-
St e House, e would inspire
the owe ndenthe one livings, andbol
d V.S. detexinnation to defend
Itself aad Western elylligatlon
amaifst Thelpoitical and military
low"es of communism. In the
'White House, Ike would inspire
the confidence of our allies, and
the respect of our enemies."
Election day, in November, she
said, will be "VE-day-victory
wth Eisenhower day' and 1
Sfor all America."

As CI-U.L Pat

- One student 'w
wounded In the spin
when a group of n
aftas clashes with
#0d an old building
u uog street, demon
to protest tb
ren United StA
ad pact.
ahe Senate began d
last night, but ad
ter today before ta
ie students rest
wllsperse them. an
be were forced
=e bullet struck
tlthe back and
feared he mfgh
the Senate
the pact last al
ire bh e c

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s The people elect the president of the United States yes.
d But the politicians nominate.
y Eisenhower has shown that he has immense popular appeal
in states as different as Pennsylvania and Minnesota, Oregon
r and Massachusetts (where, in fact, In addition to running away
n with the Republican primary, he got more write-in vetes than
d any Democrat except Kefauver).
n The United States is, however a very peculiar country po-
e litically, and whether ELsenhower will be nominated at Chicago
this month depends on a convention more unpredictable than
most and American conventions can get as tangled up as
_ Scotch tape in an electric fan.
- Taft probably will approach mitted to others will never have
the convention with roughly 480 a chance tq, be tested. It will
e delegates, Eisenhower with 420. simply fal tob T'ft.
i hese totals do not includ.. 75
disputed southern votes, the 70 Governor fine controls 30 to
Pennsylvania delegates and 26 of 35 of Pennsylvaialt's 70, and is re-
Michigan's 48. At this stage putedly for MacArthur first, Taft
Warren will have 76, Stassen 26. second. But3 FiA being a satrap
* Governor McKeldin of Maryland from Luzertte COunty (Wilkes-
24, O(neral MacArthur three and Barre), may decide to bargain
General Wedemeyer one. with his strength; Whether or
not EIsenhower will make him
Since the total number of de- any kind of offer remains to be
legates Is 1206, 604 are necessary meen. He might like to have a
to nominate. The disputed and vice presidential bid, or some
uncommitted votes listed above other good, fat job.
come to 171, and these constitute
the firut battleground. The sec- Michigan is opaque. Of its 48
oad to the block ir 180 delegates delegates. 10 are Maid now to be
comitte ~Wandidates. definitely for EhIfhower, 10 for
The ~fna f Taft. The rest are undecided.
turn en hew Ate.1 degates Michigan Is more gr less con-
go. and th te-lf titsa epend trolled by Arthur ftummerfeld.
on (a) hew The bandles ,hmselt
and (b) bal amo= g the
proe. Itis tInded N o brothers F
that delegates in certain oVer- 4 ivr h
whelmIngly OetndcratIc staves
like, say. Leoultaa, where a -e-
publcan t almo as re as At US Em as
could play a key pat in dVtder -y
mining the OOP nominee.
Poli cs not-let us put it
midly-an exact science in Regstration of male United
America. The Taftites base their States citibsis reldtg in the
hopes on the solid lead with Re ifof P A2Vi& off to a
which they will presumably en- sftrt MIL sterd Wh Tr
ter thfl convWitloan, plus what cbr ans f ,"_ r"
they can buid on It. They are I 1W W 1 5*
counting on the bu* of the con- Ib age ,Irn-
tested delegates from Texas Iaeb.as e Ri ecn 3s0 years
Louisiana. l PIOslppi and Geor- o, a 18- r-old N ao lo-
gla. And thAy W xpot to make maw 4M- fh&rt mern i the
heavy inroaa tn Michigan and R U to comply with Presi-
Pennsylvanalk dent t Vmt' proc amation of
*AP 6 w61% --

Nw mauch do yI Nmew a. t 10i
peeng is the th s aPOar m& a ftt t
vetlen tmet appsreachotb 3wtW 5
tr-tn y en the s-t s b wI-
powt', t iaem by fte* S
geartI5 best- el
The hat .k hU o f b iveMeuihue y oi ne
iena mto, written illl it I
"M0e at I Paft am As"H".
low bi t ar w-Ad&* o iti|

an old&4e professional *6 t
pro-Wt b
Butt the Republican Vi- a
roys, l ~ter states. he m l0W to I
senatort leoetfton 1m h aM MI'
and knOWs tftt Bisenhower, i t.tteIm
hnonalated. will early much m te tkt Mar iM
trendMat weight with indepes- obw6iln inag
dent voters, nd hence isa a. t RI4, tO whom
ter a&et than Taft to te. agtes might go
ticket. 14f .
Moarevt, Michlgan has a m iuge h* Republld
labor vo. which would be mmore 1W'I Hlkely to)
apt to has to Elsenhowet thu mir-tAetatttened
tp 'raft. MOMy of the tg DetroRt mke'eled rooM
indtIlat- another .po . "Xt <
are pro-tMhaower. RVIt,
want a batm Seeotm. fI
take a cane on weft1
to their wayof thUg.

riA T't DA fiU 3m -

Consular Agency, Puerto Aram -.
lies. I
Registrants in possession of
Vatted States passports or certl.-
ficates ot registration should
smtt uch documents for ex-
amination whftme ngsftier Per-
sons not Ina paueaMon o such
documents shold abnit birth
certificates, er in the ease of nat.
uralled clttets, their naturall-
ation certiflcates.
Any persa required to regis-

tgAI tno17 w- W requist Amen- ter who khwingly falls or n O
But it dos not necessarily fl- ue4 -between the ages of glects to do so, or otherwise
low that the man in front will twelt to pre- evades rattoU, is subject to-
July 2 (UP) automatically add to his lead f tWIstration nA o f1Me and impris-
a seriously Dewey waM far ahead on the ISM doma- ment impsed by the Univer.
ie last night ballot in 1940 at Philadei4p, &0MJuly Sal MlMtary Training and Service
medical sMt- but failed to build. His lead W~. Act, as amended.
carabineers fact, did s.gie opposithe-.4t wmesW W i Sr of 12
was set afire away. ', 0. and ec-J
8at s10 aIf the two top- sMtHMs ? R sar ,
he pro edso ptpatthed Ugglea r lan
"te M :l the 17. dispute d U~.it.. teUS.Ise Mtnil
debating the ted delegates without a .fzt e Prse dmt's prP-amck-
ourned till tnid app.arte nto wo me, W I'M I W frn Am -
king a vote. the other, sthnthhe deAel ag rut, 1MU4 PAMtNJOM. July 2 (UP) -
isted efforts rebt in what happs to i b iA h. hoe t was learned today that two
id the cata- delegates to -sh_ a W a ,. W,'M, shall WoTth Zorean solders boldly
to use their choices. None isa .peeBd to C i Iy MU M f or regiSta- walked pAt Commlst guards
with his OrgMal aSS"lwaw ZM birthday at t trace vUlage andsur-
Ral ric tha a bal ot or ila DA nft- madeTed to United Nations sOl-
the author- tenhower' hieM hope arT. dieia liat Saturday.
At. die.a in buSiltG o e aA Mei er of the ArAme forces The oldiera, both non-cotm-
ias deb.at- teMn of So t 0t h me as l members f reserve missioned officers, became pt*.
e O m.eiuiftora t3 0M compOMets 'On mtive ahtary oeVrs 1f War by down aI
eat l tmhbe dv -ty are w OT tQsbed to regis- road within W a29re true
s ecretariat W -n a ter. confe ,ce ten were s
WY- th-e semdOI UnitedStat tret nt me rs of te le
rt distance strength anV aem Warf fthe Pantnarohnu. e
,-=. s MW=-. s,^^
ial building. u .ttad tio WWe1 1, .ma n to of Au- Itwas the nt surrender la
_ar abiees M edfut it 1 w it 90 1IL, Oc t rred the vmayivfla. wVhWo MMak.
fOUir-e db. at ^tarraii en tor or wl l with waked peace se ~tober 5.
againt the j~f~tar rUgFMW^- ,4. thge1 tehe dstSW" service Their eleeutlum e *a.ue it Tim MI& 5_ ", N as the WlWc to A Nv hf a t 2 ,d g ewm shionad shoM rot have b n-

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.e decided in
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Th4q brtnga to 1*.t8,4 the
total of nme drafted nae" the
beginning of the- Keran war.
Of the., 8.00 wem fbr the
Anmy and h1O ,H W tW MariMe

The Marines. thej iMa-I and
tOn Lb Force are net p-acing
cali for draftees far beptem-

th Defense DipotS nt es
tWmAts that a lout 54,00
daeas win be toaen monthly
O October ttnehrth Decem-

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itlig te

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pidee u hay la i-b, city.
4 the letter Atcblbop
ms0te aid, "S'uh beauty con- n
t:w an atomnOlse 'fO r bad
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aur aeOd U the
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aitOn rnIhE al imuiullat- b a
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