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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00438
 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: AA00010883:00438
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TWO GOOD STORIES networks whichalso control wha 's- ,
rleft of the Communist- ri mand
Sir Z .::.- '
S gittin to be ike Mr. Breed Calhound. All I seem tO be rooked unions. r

Ite about wht I red about the papers F e f w a
Soundort aggravates hiielf about sellers like Mr. Ma- 1053 to the last week Ins May ,
Arth the Senator and Mr. Gloket l th scientist who In1.,611 cr. ,m inl.i mi ora .an'-
M I"..ofspe ech" e ed e"g en n U"coticsa gthugsho

VlinW B the Atom pbomb andr o thefab uonpon" of o lpeal uio t a^ t
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Sa~med in A the. Canal ZoneinI am. t 'a h sp I
Smotly pano over thema campl.icated Invoved qauestioe wn hich are a aDept. :ha. spaea~ '
aorta comnterveraal in a complex way h d to t dicussion ubversives to their nt e-tr t tra .
even discord fro m the public fro. a pro d con po intla V &wal eactthe l hLd re V n edF .e *n
s often lead~ O frm ... two...... _Oeii Ptappeal e to. theheh ig o.
Now on th .d br'ha& w t l keW*tle.On.,inafacta nameof I.4nkefact, Wby-. '1"

to get that there sentence to jound the way t ought._) at..., he was being held without ah,
Now fr instance. There was two good stories n last M ndays ball at Ellis Island. .
paper. AOnu was about my | old friend Mr. Newman from sthe OXO In addition to these 1,,704 whq a nds
The other was about the contest for 'elee on for U.. wre actually depor Attloe fo ,t S^Chna
from Mislstippi. Im from the south two. south Arkansas General rownell issue final de. Mlt
is an I shore appreciate reading about the high class candidates ton orders in this period oy e
tar the Senate from the outhat thren states. I expect some exter ubvervese who were Soviet.
Nspelor talented c candidates a gonna gt ofdf some uinlt inItl- activists and" for several hundred
client observations that folks all over the worl4 rer bac at criminals as well..... .. . a ,B i. i ..
read twicts. ut Benaomr, James 0. EastlaNd and Lt. Gov. .Can E lin nation of these' charact rs
Gorten who are fig tin It out for the Democratic n omlnI rack the comil and crime s
surpr Ms s.e even me th ome of there opinons. Y salre network inside laor. or ex am ple
shorely Indeaptedr that wth men of there quality an lzteigenc amo those sihenu'erd to in o i ls p
If the Senate, the country a safe. John l.l "amson now in JAs SIDE AtSov ie
FLokahere now. BenAtor Es tland at a b ig fast e r 5000 to teach th.se violent ea l
Sobserviseat for hisalf. l heathat a Chan-i- o. the goven. ent. John
Il ; t m1l Dm e e_- itDtee. aw-. 1ith, U o Wlismson was the Communist .,+a- .
readmor. tBmaanrtLty's labor .hv Pe claimedN
and incompetent da-hee5tUotffrhelDemorati lo these' churacther
to combat the "--blased and incompetent -ee 's sleuths know he was olh. hi
along of the U.S.'Supreme Court." "'c rl a Scotland. Back he goes.

su.rprise".-he greatest ohamiton Of wbl luprea e in Np overlords who provided the rara ar- I
geeraton.I" and usale .or many a thug8 o YJm.PImet a let9 tiueOsM- "ItwwH .oaish 1 to '
I ncan d bo that in tls like these its a noe,. diq- cut rself in en some unionsr exaams pleat a db
lu theSunato e ow that one of you fellers is gonna get alec such as Jack Dragon 'Ia. An- -.
to th re U.S. .Yereewclan lean back an relasI now. e g m, Jo Aecatt and Joe Adonie m n th Js-. oad b fn f Drt F~Fzar a vey satgilkesd I

Sthle that was f Mr.NeaNb M Witallia A. eoerth Albert o The EiUestloner) fec ger ghn oRceheaded

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ton how. But he sad a he have-his of lice at it an FBI and th s atio Dw very bad. ecclesltstle odor l e l s has we ied het to
Uy th AO eecurt.y.S one ntnt we endt .Ba mork leg some pst-Sundr Sc L 'a.ra ,t the al:3 Il o ise
a th was when Mr. n said h thought h a differtntcal I-ncl. o d ames the cllar.d TWNe teacher opi.e .Me-@ J id-

aboild. be offered to ttOact to work for Uncle But the b b is in that undeef- m amne was Jambt Stebbins and IShool, was a mere' Sh Pamp xooe a do
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WASHINGTON 3 i I (UP) If the answer Is as it albmt
PresiaentFae yesterday certainly will bea ste .-
named a. sp ; thee-man board artmaent can mk a stlk-h"ai
under the te ,Act to In- 3knction.
vestlgate 4500~ C1IO
prooucton workers a key atomic After a 60-day "cooling-Pff" per- th
plants at Oak d1Mnn. d led the workers would be given a ote
aa Pdacalha K y. chance to vote on management's tlos,
Board chalman Thomas Keith
-4 Glennan, who sailed the walkout
a "matter of edtrame urgency,"
immediately ordered secret and
"ever04 A~'contuus seabsin" here in an
sac. for effort to get at the facts.ln the
.,, .dispute.
mow U waw Ulennan told report the bqard
sd. hopes ,to .epart,bi k to the Presi.
th parents, Jamg dent by to0e rot If the strike Is
T. d S l Roberts, sobbed not ended t n, tis would,
th the Hebre e. pave the way for the chief exec-
-Wy Why did this utive to obtain a Taft-Hartley court
happen" to mny injunction halting the walkout for
Mr. oberts cried. 8b days.
"Te name Judith Ann should The board was briefed on "Im-
stand as. a source of ~Ou e to portent a: pects of de dispute" by
a finer, safW kind oflivig an representatives of the Atomic En-
a mr itual life in the ergy Commission's construction an
ture," Rab Dr. T. wir operations division.
toldthe evng family y and five Glennan i president of'the Case
other relves who attended te Institute of Technology at Cleve- Fma
services. land and a former member of
Judith Ann's body lay f a the AEC.
small pink casket, clothed In a MOTH=R OF M MUCID GIRL Mrs. J ames T. Roberts, Other pane members are John
light green ann-dress with dark mother of Judith Ann Roberts, who was kidnaped and slain. L. Floberg, Washington attorney
green, pockets and red trim. She sits with 'Judith's sister, Betty, 3, in the living room of her and former assistant Navy secre-
wore gold Star of Daid a- parents' home In Miami, Fla. tary and Paul Sanders of Nash.
Sneck. Flowers m n., law professor at
the om nBaltimore, Ao ofate may have.stolen.the little The officer said the burglar Vaderbil4 University and former R
the CI United Auto rers, girl from the Rtosenberg home, could have entered the house regional attorney for the National
re W around the casket. aken her to a mangrove swamp through the open front door, Labor Relations Board.
RoI w r s"' an official of the on' the banks of Bilsayne Bay gone straight to Rosenberg's The CIO workers left th::r jobs
UAW befOre bscomihg an attor- and ravished her. trousers found his car keys and at the ;ig gaseous diffusion plants
ney. He pointed out that someone noticed the little girl clad only at 0 a k Ridge and Paduch
Sent on robesy might have seen in a flimsy night gwfj on his Wednesday La a wage dispute.
-Rosenberg hang his trousers on way out -of the house. The a.- Officials said technical and su-
the pos- begpre retiring sailant used the Rosenberg car pervisory employes would main.
Tuesday for his getaway. tain "maximum production" of
U-235 which is used to make a-
tomic bombs. iam 1885.MOVADOW tcah
President ,senhower invoked Fories have a shead oftj
the Taft-Hartley'Law in the dis- wach
ute after the workers spurned
his ppeal to stay on the job in The exquiite wokmmhip and
the. lnt.rests of aatioual security. the technical valum f their innu.
15-cent hourly wage ilrkeasj. U- the worldover.
union Carbide apd.Chemicall Corp. MOVADO Ladies' Wtches are
which operates the Oak.-Ride ando
S Paduc.!. plants for the AEC', has mastpieces of daring modri
S refused to grant more than the allied to eremeacmy.
six cents recommended by the
government's atomle l tbdr rela-
Uions panel.
G. H. Dykes, superintendent of TN
industrial relations for the Oak l a F a
Ridge plant, said managementt DUt
does not have any intention of
making any more offers," PWATCH CENT
Immedlatel, after being set up
"The place to buy your" by President Elenhower the fact TO61 CENTRAL AVENUE, PANAMA
finding panel went to he Labor
STERLING SILVER Department to hear the facts.
TUnder the Ta.-Hartley law, the IT 8I A PLEASURE TO PARK IN FRONT OP
and board must decide whether the CASA FASTLIOCI NOW. .
dis, ute is RLA'an.e.agthe nation's WE WILL GLADLY PAY YOUR PARKING XXPENiM .
I SLAA -- Judith Ann Roberts SILVERPLATE heath, safety are.

(above), seven-year-old daugh-
tor of Mr. and Mrs. James T.

-ad am ap4 y n -A wood-
ad area several hpl aft she
was.reported ili.

SPL "She went through all that
pain and agony," her mother
EVERY cried out as the famly walked
Sup to view their daughter for
t'.. e last time. "May Ood have
S.A Tr A7 mercy on her soil."
A SA.:"My. poor baby, my poor baby1"
A U J AJ said the randmothler, Mrs. Har-
ry Rosenberg, who first discov-
ered Judith Ann ndsslpg from
-AND- the oouch .where she had been
tucked In Tuesday night',
Outside two detedlves paced
OTT1NT1iA7 the streets in a drimilza rain to
SUNDAY see if the killer might try to
sneak Into the funeral services .
-. .-AT- As the questioning of pickups
A continued, Eldredge emitted
detectives had found no definite
clue to the gruesome crime.
One officer theorized a "comn-
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sIlea eR n M make into the dock at the Crilstal .
SMake CueS To laeta Claim Yacht Club. The provislon woe
A rou of th ea es plorer s to automobile and OsWALD JACOB
DI. ynnesota, of ip James Days tart e pl=rer took off for Sants Wrte for NA Servie
tuijn- 's ri-',', annWsill out Satur afternoon oa Clara. .
.iMe n FlesTa. sa lut by long cruise bound for the Sam They arrived at the Inn and
1.sw .eoaje of this community la Ilalnd off the Atlantie secured a double cabin from Bet-
- tnear sslter citv in Uruguay, Coast and wound up on the ty. Bathing trunks were put on MOB IS
C=.Colme .and 8 0i.8 sands of Santa Clara Beach and the rubber life raft was in- AJ
L.L i no- accident that the which are waAned by the surf of flattd and the nefreshing waters -
6S.,,o citizens here have made the Pacific Ocean. of the Pacific were enjoyed. Aft' Qj
tAe lleets the major event of About noon Saturday the Ex- er the swim and frolic Tommie A T
the vear. or over a half con- plorers boarded the 30-foot aux. Cookson and Phil Hadarits built h 4 7
tury a deeln reeling of friend- Dilary ketch owned by Paul Lin- a fire and a pot of Chile Con WAI fbi
sai nba existed oecween Mon- vile. It ais a double-endad craft Came was put on to heat. Pota- s6 46
;,adec, Milnnesota. North Amer- named Skol. Provisialons to last toes were placed in the coals to K 5-04I 9 .6
i, lad Montevideo. Uruguay. several days were placed aboard bake and Jerry Dockery did a t0pe AKEB
Cuuth America. and the rigging was made ready. Job of frying a fresh '0p0 04llo' 343 4 KQlW
The new debel engine after offered by some friend tlytth ltiUTH
The riebta opened with a hours of coaxing began to purr anglers. 6 4KQ 10 7 4
cbilden's parade Saturday. In smoothly and the departure was Rigged cleanly for social seer AJ
tZie evening a a musical made about sundown from the tlvity the explorers shared re- 41 4
Iarodactlon was Sesnted in Cristobal Yacht Club. However, freshmen at the Santa Clara 4 6 I
Zznor j the South American the delsel didn't drive for long Inn where Betty supple'm a trio Both aldes vl.
Lel orb and the Skol was put Into the of snappy musicians for all the l eoth Wfl Nae
Sunday mousinR the Monte- Army Pier at Camp Blerd. For visitors to Santa Clara whether 16 Pma p 6
Flight Club held breat- safety sake the ailing was de. or not they are guests of the m 4 P a P a g
t the aort for voting lay Inn. The usual rowdof young
ta ithas invited 10o t Philip Hadarits had the kero- folks were dancing until nearly Opeentg led-e is
bout the state to attend one stove rigged on the pier and midnight. I ..
ostova. That afternoon a spu and hamburgers were put Early Monday Kenny Stone set .
edvarld ot afterno it on n cook. The boys slept a- off the first cannon cracker to 7
d parade of 70 units. com- board the ship while she was usher in the Fourth of July. The One of the nice things about
e r floats bnds. saddle tied up to the pier. Earl Sunday day was all too hurried by with tournament bridge is that the stan.
h ai clowns; wounds thrih morning, er scrambled egga, swimming and horseback riding., dard of play is so high. Even
o ualn street and oased the the sails were rigged and set d The boys arrived in Balboa in when .a contract can be made only
lewint stand. the Skol was under way. time tp watch an exciting dis- by a fairly difficult play, you can
Sinvlle worked on the engine play of fireworks set off from depend on most of the players in
An international ceremony and after a few hours around the summit of Soss Hill. the tournament to execute this
fowed thf parade. Felix Stun- Colon Bay under mail the delsel The sea explorers of ship play.
Svivlus. the Urugua~an consul showed some life, but it was James Days who enjoyed this For example, the hand shown
Chlcimo. brought a message short lived. Judging it unwiae to unusual week end were Guyland today was played in the Tri-State
goodwill from the neoule of put out to sea without an auxi- Lane, Philip Hadarits Tommie tournament at Uniontown, Pa., last
.country. John K. Havemerer liary during the undependable Cookson, Kennie Stone, Jerry year At -nost tables, the contract
the UtV State Department's winds of the rainy season the Dockery with Skipper, Paul was four sp des. At most tables,
tce of South American At- "Skol" under sail was put back Doyle. moreover, this contract was made.
Ira scoke on the history and Put today's hand in the average
If 'tIcanMe of the Urutuavan rubber bridge game, with the same
locratic wav of life. Other A I la. 4 like g ag bidding and the same opening lead,
I'kers were State dinnetarles mlwAp e l o UUUI ilJ Ilmi 3 l and most declarers would probably
cludins U. 8 Senator Hubert' wind up losing a heart, a diamond
a urnohrey. and two clubs.. This would be one
O* ,r aaln I *ttl- trick too many, of course.
The annual Fiesta baa result- O f Mai L IE e Charge You've probably seen the right
in a growing exchange of C play of today's hand by this time,
Itors between the alter Sties -. but just in case you want to check
SUrugua and the United your solution, here it is:
tate. In 1946 the esota WASHINGTON, July (UP) .Latt ast May. The appealed 0
gave its first s]nual sa- The U.S. Cburt of Appeals yester, courtt ed 8 to I to uphold his Dummy covers the ten of dia-
te to Montevideo. Uruguay. day sustained the disadssal of -actlon S counts, including the mounds with the jack and East wins
SPomp and Dageantry is only two perjury hams agtait Far soclWed 'y" charge. the first trick with the king of
Sepresslon of the under cur- Eastern s xpt 1 Owen Lattimore, This accused Lattimore of lying diamonds. East should return the
Sof friendship that exI including the oeal lead "k ey when he testified in 52 that he king of clubs, and should be al.
A Minesotans and their barge never had been "a sympathizer or lowed to hold the trick.
tin American neighbors. But t'relass.tad two.oeh. .a.ts any other. kind of a promoter if East must now shift to a dif.
Throughout the year children of a seven-ott t. -ndict. communism or Communist inter. ferent suit, and should lead a low
e al schools write ltte to ment, a d rejected Letti ore's ests." heart. South wins with the ace of
pleahidren in t. throw thlus ntireo case hearts, leads a trump to the dum-
childreaT in Uruuavs against him. ;, Youngdal had said this accusa. my and returns the queen of dia-
L atin Anerican countries. Lattir.iorp's. e oe former m ded the 53-year-old profes. monds, East must cover with the
m this international corre- Sen Joseph O aney (D. W the Ledom ot belief garan- Ace of diamonds and South ruffs.
ondence mayv lasting friend- Wyo.) ad fornaefsblty. e. d under the constitution. He said South now leaks another trump
*ps have scrunm. Thurman Arnnld hiled te court's Lattm.re had the right to be in- to dummy and leads the eight of
Adult ta. oo. crrespond with delo having "deted any formed specifically of the charges diamonds through. When East nat-
h 1al E and with peo ule jubstatal ese aaist hm" gaainsl him. rally plays a low diamond, South
T'v ,haye met from Uruguay. 'aThe remain coun0t1 the discards the Jack of hearts. This
.4LU.0of whom have attended said, "'. re a34 avoleLTh e apnals court, in supporting gives the defenders a diamond
he Fiestas here. more's me as to u ouigda' decision, said t he trick in exchange for a heart trick.
ev .its in hi oncareer which ecarse wasffvoid for vagueness." South can now win the club re.
SavleaLor, noted il his n a- happened a years be. j ajte word '"sym- turn with dum y's ace and dis-
t bondsof frien4- he l a "suffl- cs Idl.S
a of ni W ih two diapondq but only one club,
teas and Uruguay. to back B ,,e,', arms ority upheld dis- making his -.ntract.

ncre than 100 years wto e -
eVviutionr"; Deruodj o boh
launtieas M bwM e
arreta p-itwtde, Urtay r
mbol. e ofeOuin up of the cu
and Re of South A-
i~a 1 BrMsdillar to the Cones-
(covred waon) used by
Pioneers in the develoD- I
t of the west. Wi,
otina that a statute of Uru- SoA
' national hero Jose OGer- *t
Armias stands on th,4 -
throufhfare here. HaRV-, i
r m er aaid: es
am i rovful In the near fu- Ca
'tW% a statue o our national
hero. eorge Washington can
be placed in the beautiful city W.
*g Montevideo. Uruguay." the

"- -" WU o,.a count charging Latti. -
SFar with falsely teeying h e siansLattimore once was editor of
. edd t have a "sufficiently Cer- "Pacific Affairs," published by
Ss- ening to justify a perjury the Institute of Pacific Relations.
clhare. The other three cojAJtd left stand.
from hi A similar majority uphelddis in by the a peaM court charge
ohnlar maiorsal ofa ou phne i di' Lattimore wig lying when he:
mor missal of a countcargang Latti 1. Sal he had not been told in
prthy (R- more altn false! astl he dd 1950 a certain Chinese government
the not arrange wit the Communis official was a Communist.
is the party to vait Yenan, Chinese Com- 2. Said a .19V meeting with for.
smoeratic Mumst headarterb, in 197. mer Soviet Ambassador to the
l y ter. b SM ta S lSaItated were Uni ?d Sta' Constantin Cumans.
id a re by majority. Thee. aCjky too', lace aft:r the Nazi in.
are. Me. caused Latti-.o:. of falsely denying vision of Russia.
ap's find. he kew that "Asiaticus," a writer 3. Testified ihe had not handled&
fr. the publication "Pacific Af-.mail for Laughlin Currie, one-
Ke Luther fairs" was a Communat; and of time aide to% the late President
four of faely denying publishing articles I Roosevelt durn -Currie's absence
: 4aint by Communists otherthan Rus- j from the White House.

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WilhaWIL K Irrta andK Mrs. A i will Ca alSta wil
Harrist be .sehuln e m r ill an illustra ecture
Sbe e in the JWB Ubrar*; and Pottu Monday at H: 1.
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The ecre..r of the Panaa- -Service Center, Balboa.
niasi l atUin in Hailt, nEmnito om S a. SJ tet
Medes rsn. fende, wad their Te t Clayton Holy Name This talk is sponsored by the
son eto Roberto arrived Society will hold its annual elec- USOJWB I oo tionm wih the
Wed a eve&nlg Irwn Port-au- ti.off officers Sunday at 4he Diablo Camera I.
It .' l will be accented following
the regular monthly communion Suair M BNe rg res ra.
breakfast after the 9:00 9.m. Mass The Summer Recreation z ro-
MaI& Mavyard To Leave at the Post Chapel.
. Fa Ne ow ork All members planning to attend ____
Major R. F. MAynard, USAF, are asked to telephone Master
pli to leave the Isthmus Sat- Sergeant Rabledaux, 17-4205, or her t Athlefe's Feat Itch
r4sy. or Sampoild Air Torce 87-581, by Saturday. (
Base, New York. Durig his stay ------
in Panama he has served as as. Elgat Iad Forty Meeting To:.eght
siskts staft secretary for Head- The 'Igiht and Forty Department
qu4drt eqribbean Command o ao the Panama Canal Zone will
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6:3 this evening at the A.
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N. KX Abdeosn o Los Rios and B nton Church will sponsor Mr
Mr. rand M A. J. VWyne of Dia- a dpy. Fun Night" Friday,
blio B s. Jtay, from. 5:00 to 8:30 p.m.
TheVis s pt to sBtJ Friday, at '461h h. pm.. ......
July 16 for the United States a- Ga for ycung and old are
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Pina Tablecloth and
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Uphob-tery bedroom reeking
Office ot diningrooa chairs
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Living room tables
R.CA. Victor Radios
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mattresm MF 2/6
Mahogany bed 3/3
Wooden cribs
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sHeights offers for sale to t l fo111411. aioable. No reservations. P O .A
POR $ALE:-Large dry locker, eight- FOR SALE:-1940 Buick Roadmoster est bidder one 7-Phone Infer-Of- CAp"atry. Dancing every Saturnay f:90-He a .
d iawar storage chest, wicker chair. 4-door sedan, good shape for good tice Communication set with cable, night.' 5: 1;-What' Tour Favorite -mar,= 1drie
1 30*40 block top table. overstuffed transportation. Box 579 Cristobal, one Herring-Holl-Harvin 3-comnbl- O5E i) ara D*llosn,"as ofC.tad0i1
an h 54 o use 7025,room 2...7" aoff-Rn m i,,, R, +.,
T'otlphone n 4a.." 2- ilEo. _A o .n Colo.fie @2 rand.e_,e 9 I e qis pmt Bids2 S i P 5.18ow rates. Po Homeld o7 .n : .--ule Inc MagIUlme a-SO. abIe l. .lr e4 bnar -

^J ru 37Tel.2 don. FOR SALE:-Blacn 19g9 F ord Mi.S esxcoeal-i wilL.DIelrn kMun MAd APanRT
T iure 3-2765. good markcn p; rea l e t for the monedby. Will "|I 4.n vitati ons toAdncoibe ,us A ".A6, N O cynodeled.deA wSaln '-
P r~f gab, Tel, 2-311 7' House ;'---.'.-"- 4213 or Pan. 2-2294. i'PRM 3-J187 Cristobal 3-,1673.1| l Iih .l .l i :. h iLil _l _. I _D 1 I '@l llji i i

u5 ORSAE:-lc 95eorse Mi e. 2FonsAE in me 0 O en4"lfLi:s T Nefte
Sc--or t St;. o chan. cyinder. Hdseran, ceanc. coni2,000 miles, -fWRTan.o...C. FO R REN T ah -- .. n li I --
la "--. a- o w3 E Boxingl m Equipment; 1ADI- Elor. Md toe u .t .n @ O r- renae fee Jude M ered the 9city o eMthe .o. .. c," as

l-a-i,-,o en -.o ca ut eV:i door. excellent coni;on, tow mile- R^ -T Clh 2n m. Atlanta trday to open itgrteven J. g. CaaB ra fet tw 1 f pmident
C- :--p rth d.Bn. go. Phone -alboa 100 re ag ozrne tpe. FOR RENT: Two-bedroom chlet Tm a tu municipal gol J e s( NgOoes of the N/ 1 hre.
w -,0he. 5 -77 Ancdd -16-1 A.- runng mido room. Torppayrn utoved cool. lEquipme nt- NOWa .itroang, ly ofu t e.N b -ih white- Judl Slol ,fta d the el ect o

1 ^ SA'.E.-C~ieca: -p-iecebamboo FOR SL -^^ ^-Mecr ha top, ex FOR SALE:- lten..rnoonal Harvestr.r No. 59 Airport Road. Tel. 2.2418. Dealgaed^AA but within th eity segrgation his rulng to giv.'e thect ie i
I M.Lo.-- O "uo"term b et.r m a. od' tir s arn A e- Trophies, etc. f he ?most compl e iteobdommt oliele lM l tiI I l l1t wo o w e la.
heper, , cno u tableU & chaNo.r 2-.3648 re, 25 l y ann ot hi.g n nopero t bygo or elec- l funhd house, looted o_ bus ;o g sl Ul b 3e-.. rer rator xcelnt con m retf. rthemoney.Willsel, at. pien t no with bench; jstop in Bell Vfs. Ava.il.ble form3 ,. C0-- Cl*t b (R" uests- M u B l0an -e t"posi and ixot ope b l e
dit or. to e. T.'. Ppam. 3-515 FOR$ALE;- 940 ChCn nrolet s150. ttol N "te r l6; A ll-me tal elec o beSnninAaN y remote r July. Tel. w1E 0 P le3s Tone bef Cre 7:00) beothe i oh co ty.He lls e em
I1 Scn Bov. Vin Es a. Telahon9 325552. .* trcombn7tion chIck strer nd 3-R e Tl 2 T137-Jma eStn e to Negres only onTcevrta l fudllvorder5e that .d .-t (Ron-.. Be r
"ftiA -r-, fre 20 ch.t. FO-,LEton-9pdoorhone 6 -484. d Ag ency, 8 Tivoli Ave., TL fur. 0461. In, .rea 8r l 6-t And H e-d to*white m edp t t

.ir.ho.e grile $7.50; 2 floor dan deluxe good motor, rdio, Tire bamboo Trigroom ser with pillows. ... -.. .. 7 h nu No. 5S n o 1 S The designation of wite ad. equa doe but said that if
S.mp. S5--mch.; tdoble mdd .l rdio- -, cover,, and pint. Phone N -vy -ve snby ppontmnt e l- Frncisco. For inform IIon tele. *. l0"S dy--onthoe publneO p doent ,uSS for
S ph-no. 78 r ,m S35; Kenmer auto. 3784._ p P 3 565 S between phone-, e.3-4697.9:00- th -A o-... Toay s e en *,i practiced in 8ew-mr- whit and do esR as
-I '-';;or ;c: T,%o lj,-.%;:o cha';.-: sylinr H, bvdrarmtic. 12,000 milesll lI1eillll Ul- P ) IP II .I ,t< .ll ._ _J. p -

lma w140her with sud 60- FOR SALE-150 Hillmon Minx SFO- 9 REm.T.m. --------- '-OR *'-", r r te "t *

cse $115 se ec sptan 1 Fr Po C n p4. FOR SALE: 1951 en grJ inn vry 1FO R E N T ,.. .. . ,j *...~AS?%"^ Pra Hble U.. Suplme hwt a tif t Us
,o .3%i mu L" s ve s.% FOR SALE :---;50 Ch.- vro-t-2door 6. R SLE:-Pr moechiorne. 2-cyi e.- A anollw 10:3?-TO e Record (Requests Sourt.endo-bi d -n d r nto ,.

^SALE:-Two-Ph-,,op R e -oor:conditi^.5.. to "A 19-C' nu us o ri6 ATT.NTION Tu b t modern a1. aggU 11:00-Mpe phose bellore 9:30) Th Ho>uston Ct Council how- cit eg n.% o ad
onl o t p t H:l Marart 'sRS L: 'hn ees1/.9/ unse1-prmris p tw Ibet rl u 1 -T7-ecrd f eot, d eralju ge oreed othea ci ty of c@
0.,.oor. excellent one iorDnloweIP $75 'Egn ers Woflel *1 ..one a Il94 -'Atlsinceto open Its seven Jit dvd J, l s at

1FOR SALfc Parchose In November. Owne, $150; Lionel electr< trains with re- FOR RENT: Furn~ihdd *nd Jn j- KlS~rE wout restrictions *8 to race or col-ih as a citizen% tte S aden
r-6leving for S es. Phon Curundu oe ontri switch and loader & -room modn ortm ts. O. y the fiity le k b-
P .e iotr7 _-3168..Amazn--I ay to, w price.- cnorgBall. ] o.1ue 300. o tke$ Co Ai ,ARErNT: b Tw, bdr chalert,, .0 l .A 0 -l an. ii en City attorneys hero. id thes e expd.e. ,t

FOR SALE; 1949 K er 7Tdoor P yi'ectri o 25-c.S Stre Tel. 138fi Colonl. Remr 12 load not deided whether to appeal In working out new Jusy,..
FOR SAll : 1953 Johnson .burboard Duty paid $270. House 2615-B' ? 25*3'63, House 2607-A, T----22---- TimeQDBBI annd ," d attorney for the four Ne- the iudge uid, the i; W
=- 2-'. .... a mboo. Mer $r y n o@'. FOR SALE r nar ne l arve ster'l O F.N : F;3i hSd re n l Cn (9Air or t odIe 2o me4w 1e t if ega o .m nl t
set. e ufted El s ra. cN a, -c.ft. .freezer;"5-cu. ft. re fr-FORl RE T:_Two hbedroomrcorplete. w si,.r-l l .. . t. .

Son ytfrBl *p"*m ~cHlt<1 heator. directioa~l lih ts. C.gagU pr, "n' elo^ oprt byM gas or:^ ~iat elfc- to^< %M1 fie^
F A,, Ig ,e OSOha*re i 2 P 648 'or .2" 0 If I .r d R T vur is d -, Ao o c. ded at bus --U% ruling by I lUo.--& Thest. .t . ao., _. i.". ._ I
nb .e ,- re r;oer tor Excellent con- and ;... . .. ..Ld. -i fouVid'i"R L i B-- Sp .ao ibe nceh vO -.. Ig iolen r l ....h.- :oo b ( e ult,,- ,,, p le.or
d~tor, 'o e T '. P lh m+3-15 'FOR -LE ,-,el ho e +- 4940 Ch a~lt, $156.' 0 sta e ml nol o Na ter (1; hok all-metalsta lere Step ioRm nth Bella Vita.Avalatble fr J ly.Tl.i CPO 11 [ C I lock l uO ~eb efore T' 0 )]e b~e r h iyd Slorane opee it pe os rl-d a t e wilL m .n temu
Ri to, or ea a.- To '. .n--3 months.benni, later"ulyrT-.e6 1. no orther |ctyro otpea !hIcors.
. .... ... ..... .. .. ;complete mahogany bed-... ..., 3. "* awek nd t W lilies 'Ady on th e t .u e Sm
ifi ^ L E : %1 1 r i e t F l L : 9 4 F l d 8 ; o r d J h d e k w ~ e p i t dR E N T '- -3 b e d r o o m c h a l e t f u r - 2 7 9 . 4 1 O 8 : .1 i " .lr h a n t A d H Jis t e r s n l l i ; . l + .
if irl h oar e g rille .$ 7.5 0 ; 2 fl ro i noru" a m~ tr, .K io res, bam b oo t 4b 4 A roo m set w it i l w ~ h d n "/ .e u o S S nI , . I I L '" I .I h e i a ll u lt ,tith p i.lo S. nused o n 7 1h A ve u e N o 5 So n- W 110
IQ,~ $5p .aht, mo rao[ e/ o r n er nn oy Mertbe seen by appointment tele- Frarncisco. For ireofeetIon tele-Ii ".. -;Rev.ei.lle'+ ''.'"' ~ lo lso hepbi ~ ll ~ectypohutl eu l o
,D~e~,6 l~ '. eem3784a- _..-,,Jpeer flrt 3-1565 Sears, between 9hn .] mn~~lm !:00--. Today N,,,, egro dayseen 1 ~thed ubin ]llur. l0Jhtl oI1 "lpNt~m
mmlc em e wi h s di i[ 6 JO R SALE:-" 1950 Hillma M i xSon-I d 9 G.m .40 .p.m "'"k-esl -ha--- .eenar c i e ns ul weho. 0 n tlert u t a n tv '
oc-4 $]115; Upright .a.O1 0; tion Wiricon Phone Colon 1446.__CHII nuxw9:15-811I,01`;11- eu,-Progra.,loan, and wasalso- u- in.-i
2 lsi oe $ oi- h ;+n"sp inkler ",FOR SALE: 1951 He ..ry J. in very M, liit '9:0-UI'8ftI t 5 01 .. ." .. .--, ._
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ga $ng rden tools n. E c s elve go. o.d cond "mi .... ....... .... to and Singer In dus- F O R R E N C T Th -ro u u .d. r recently yb ,e .el '.
", U oro.,. V 6W I RSXE-:--'50Chevrolet -door .l t sev+ "m o mahine. 25-cyc..-- 0__ __ .II .'.'.00) C_.'lb iii + ~ neod m o urt.io e +e+.,....iuo.
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r ne )10orse at80 -, P .Y +"ArTTENTION 1. Just bulitmdenPe rd A a T -LI 11.90-,,-]wil
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. $5,40 re~t" illing for 4.40. .Bwl, '"" '" p I xc A o FQOR RENT- r "rr,.. .mprt. ACUARIO T]OPICAL
: Melanlr. 582-8, Ancon Blvd., An. "*: ..-"- ,' .q .+ ,-l. $5; obin Hood tournament or- ment, living ( dningroom, maid's T Se
i..r?,. ._ ".":' i ., l Tel. B01. 4455, ofter six. room, hot wa r T. 3-2279.6: PE. OP
SSALE:-- Cheet: 3 fn% i l I ocker Spaniel puppies. FOR RENT: -'FurnishedaopartmetI. IN STOCK: 6:
near Panr a University-oh Pan e' .. ., 'ricod, not AKC. 156 one big bedroom & both, no kitch- Parrot ges 2.50 e.
S Col Road. -nice cl- i7 P :ce. Gamb; i. o, Tel. n $45. Tel. 31648. 4-i.p V afi -_ Tel. 3-BU 6:W
FO fr Canel .&rp e ,K U.M R -- f- -o (Besilde Central d Lee tierlas) 7:
bargain. big a9pernt r FOR RENT:- Unfurnished d- --
sale in ParmoQC7;,v Sli MGolf POWIR BUILD & lAN room apartment with" mid's room ,
vamnt. Cheap oljf r nSpn w.. I i equipment: ROW- & both, garage, laundry, hot water, :
Froncisco. Complete r s llte fishing and under- venetian blinds, tc. Nice quiet l|lD V C :W
service. THOMAS REAL e ucceaii- te, of two al..i i- . fishing tackle neighborhood. See it without obli. wr.VE S ;W
: AGENCIES Centrol.A*Sl2a,ATel. CSnt oATmT-eln wthihOlf B iTtrung, rods and motions whatever Phone Panama l
....1069. ...,. ptr do c rMo n the he. discount on di- 2-0027 o 3.0763. RE PHOLSTERIN6 :o
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tio l thetghurhtIe. an -_~.- p.hd .IT ac l t i ,th FOR RENT: .- oFule two-bodroom
dblifih Fr.=l Fi -ofU for atlan_ strain, from 'P'rtmo
lam 00 K l," s oa, md.,u" /Pr" Kennels Papers.'Vista. Private rslroenoC Tel. 3-
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with Inffceny i i-pe-rumors "'VCost the ou f-handln dret-li q
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ktsa do la Torre
his movement "'Is
ferent from the an
Communism n which, h
but a rival imperilligg
Tsya de Torre -
ato' B I t last
pending live ear mAs
at t Clomi emb-
ma. Peru, sla now touth
American countries Il on
what he describes as hU i
al )philosophy." .
In an interview wtilf l *e
-lk TOM _MM avlk _&30prttSUMOe
taroucn a b-lc reform. r |.
democratic Sy stem. n fig Ie
thhe creal~on of the enil
power as the fourth Or o
the state, along with tr a tdl-
tional executive, .l tive ind
judiciary bran h."^.I
Hasy de la Torrte biM-Can-
munism will ineor floui 'h!in
the Wwtem4*hmUnhm1L llkanc-
lam Is i urdban p al-econ-
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ropean problems.
"B urope reality i complete-
ly different from ours, aod so are
our problem- and 4teLAW44mf,
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Salter, WI T. t J So Sue Sxalter: -ra d'ouvre ,r a Uta .. .. s o
'Trevr pu ns Jack Mrs. David DilBsaon, hAppltelt LIbL and Mrs. W. B. Krued i
Ek W--s an John Mrs. Willam Trotter: ways and of kfort Gui, lit by a
H. means. ". B. Hardy and Mr. WO f.or DBrookley Air .r.ce i
.- MacblI4 entertainment, Mrs. BW., wre bhe will receive his i
Dr. E sit Items Harol M k .
Fro Vacatremrli LI Kruezek has been aL
Dr, Vesto mrris returned by Mrs. W IStutler and Mrs. P.taebed to the USAR Carib School.
planehd roe a f B a to uyr J ZEamora presided the -coffee
ghis elass reunion ast Wiitonal farewell spoons C loait % Ceena
the University a9 Southern Ca we'M e. nted Mrs. Stule,- Mrs. The fttu 'Civic Council will
fond in Ltl Angeles and also Gordon Greepe and Mrs. Herman hold it regular meeting Monday,'
to ssre r courses at the Powell. at p.m. at 'l Gatun Club.
7- ,' .house.
HUl- b$ Mrs. Morris* i New Gifts were also presented the
Tortn.- we't with her for a retirlug .ofleers, Mrs. Edna Chap- .. J- we eItesss
visits he family at Gastoas, In, Mrs. Martha Sims, Mrs. An- Per bi CtrClb
N.C tte Harmon, and Mrs. races Mrs, rea Lowe entertained
. -- Greene. the Delta Dek bridge club for a
Parewea Party Thirty ladies attended the cof- dessert bridge party at her home
Feor Miss IMem fee. Wednesday.
Miss Am Maceubbin and Miss -
Dean Geler gave a swimming Mr. And Ms schett 'The ests included Mrs. Elva
ar at the pod at Coco Reta. To JIsl- as Woodruff, Mrs. Marion Yok'im,
) Sew to lobe- Miss Marion Did. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Scott, Mrs. flles Camamas, Mrs. Bri
ri k wba is leaving or a vaca. and young daughter, of Colon, re. ta M..rcy. Mrs. Helen Crowe ,
tr na tIa States, foe entering tune yesterday from a States and Mrs. Harriett Goales.
Ocldentat College IDLos Angeles. vacation. Newee C
The board of the Newcomers'
Club met Wednesday evening at
I * A t,11.03 6tOe hmo of Mfg. Holes Gaendch
we Nomw CristobaL
When vl f ng Tocumen airport that you enjoy Na The members were
tlieal Distiller's products at the El Panama Bar present: Mrs.-la Wilson, Mrs.
A I Dtestaurant there: Mary Lou Maynard, Mrs. Georgi.
S u n Griswold, Mrs. Toni Wilfred
Mrs. Helen Crowell, Mrs. Hanett
Gotalex, Mrs. Mabel Tryner.
Following the businewr meeting,
the hostess surprised Mrs. Wiason
I I* with' birthday c kel on her in-i
SRn CortesI Dupiate W ,iners
RoI O orm ?Th efollowing members were
*l..-. G, the high corers It the Atlantic
CI Is tle CIb hGin dplicate adge games:
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St-ast t apd West, 1. Capt and
SKeinnu .Mrs.'John Fahnastbek tied Capt.
'". and Mrs. A. Busby, 2. Dr. Xr-
. """ thur A. Murray and Mr. Sidney

John Hardy.
IPsl 'aalue tied Major and Mrs.

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friendss on -both sides of the Isthmus will be glad. to learn
f the betrothal -of W Julie Perino which took place June
9th at. St. Charles Church in Arllton, Virinia. The
ridegroom is Roberto Naranjo Altuna,. enesuelan Diplomat
n New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Naranjo are honeymooning
n Washington and will return to New York where they
been zresidi for several years.


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French Radios
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material in whWe, yellow
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Special price .... 1.75 and t.50
Portable magazine racks
in black finished metal-
holds magazines of all
ies Special ........ 2.9

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* Plastic baskets In colors
for holding papers-
lare sizes Special..
* Toilet seats, wooden,
plastic covered, in yellow,
rose, celeste, green,
white, and black-
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edge, place a b Kraft Mayonmals,; I
and swurround with wolertre. Score amd slice
unpeeled cucumbers. Starting at the rim of
the plaet, alternate circles of cucumbers and
tomato ilices. Thin let people h lp tmuselvi ,
to this world-famous saled.

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Atlantic." reo t. tha oi
documents now In th pos e -
sion of the US. mnmmnt pro- .* .'"..s..
Vide the, proo of 1aSolaetow..ra eddirect tiajob
scheme tosbh u thisound.Their dotetves
n rt ........ -2-,are to probe sot salt sots any- 4soy b.&..
hmph where In the Western hem-
meriten ne thbr. an. sphere and tomove in fast once
American neighbiorsa s
'The Communist wedge was oft pot evelopa. D ,a bed (mplete)
being driven deelr between the "Guatemal...a te ...........
UA. and Ouatemala when ith e do,. tents now hnlld tb .........
recent revolution and cop U ..t. -rtbm uee ...... s
d'etat reversed the trend. There t -i when a revolutio a ......... ,
Is documenter, evld~0ce -
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enoth heq6.i tI osGta o cwe hid ruled the country for years.tabe .-n
and toare hIh on the diately to start the iover atf .........
Communist Priority lst and Ithe countryft

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isu Match Strides

S '', A well matched nine-horse Class "E" field is
scheduled to dispute the $550 purse tomorrow aft-
*" e oon in the seven-furlong featured tenth race at
the Juan Franco race track.
e race shapes up as a real proved King Flores will be aboard
*' pzle for the rail birds. Begonia, Verticordia and Colombian sad-
A kden, and Verticordia are all dIe ace Luis Giraldo will guide
-vipmers of their previous stars. Begonia.
Os has been first, third and The race has all the elements
second repectively in his I a s tto turn out to be a hair-raising
thai oqilags and former track thriller.
chmp Royal Alligator Is showing Ten other interesting races are
definite signs of returning to life. included on the program. One of
.:-,sides the abovemen t I a n e d these races has added interest be-
roop, Sinn Feiner has been ram. cause two promising native tho.
SredI ably, C'oq A Vin has rougbreds are scheduled to make
)M 'been dropped down in this their debut in it.
WIN shnss and 'iner-a confirmed
t t im4-outer-coad also take it This race is the nightcap in
f oo -Sieedy Florera, the only oth. which "our native thoroughbreds
er scheduled starter in the race- are slated to match strides over
wopld be a serious factor if the four-and-one-half furlongs. T h e
str turns i. muddy or sloppy, two "debutaents" are Nacho and
oRp r udy orutuels favorites Orando. Nacho is a bay two-year-
po Lexden. Vertlordia. G-r I s u old gelded son of Siboney out of
'-' i Lud Beonia in that order. Lex. Rancagus. Orando a brown son
7-; den, whch won the Marcos Perez of Jach al-Hoping, is probably the
*d*menes Classic last Monday, will first native offaprin of two anl-.
a in be ridden by Bias Aguirre. malis that have won in Juan Fran-
.lean Victor b Orddns will have co's Class "A" under 126 pounds
Slg up on Grisu, vastly im. or more. -

'Casey Stengel Has To Make

.4Wwo Changes In AL Lineup
ICA % 'A By United Prss Brooklyn, Gene Conley of Milwau-
.., .kee and Marv Grissom of the Gi-.
.. i. o g ahead to the July 13th ants.
All-Star Game In, Cleveland, A- wi have three of s
a.gue ...nsr Casey" Alston will ha.e three of his
SLen fe orcman to ma e S ina the startlK lineup
Sah en orce to m e cd )y the fans. They are
Wd named two Whit catcher Roy Campanella, I e ft
&seman George Kell fielder Jackie olnson, and cen.
man Ferris Fain- terfielder Dake Bider. 1Other r
kup__ e sta ti ...lineup starters are baseman Ted
jjup U vote of kosewki Coanati, second
and Fain3 Palelaq qBanner of the
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Juan Franco Graded

P.P. Horse Jockey Wt. COMMENT
tst Ra.e "H" Imported=1 ".'."4". .0.
First .ael the. double
1-Gay Spot H. RUtl 10Xa-Better this w
2-Pale Face A. VM. 118 -Improving at
23-Vampiressa A. YeIan 110 -Dropped in 0
4-IR. Emblem R. L. GO 113 --Erly speed (
5-8. of Scone R, Va, 118 -Returns in f
6-Newmlnster L. OlGl..1 8 -Dropped in
7-Mlngo J. PhmllfM 110 -NOthln to in
8-(Flrenze V. Ordo. 112 -Poor effort I
9-(Albeit B. Agul. 118 -Jookey could

2nd Race "I" Imported 6 Fpg.Psrs_: 5375.00
Second Race of the Double

Entrie Gia
Eu ema

pool dos: .11:45

eek .4-1
eadly 3-2
olass 5 5-1
only -1
air shape 4-1
clanS .-1
dicate 0-1
last 10-1
help 10-1

Fool closes: 1:15


NEW YOaq .1i
Baseball is tlfU
and a club h I
gets. help ft a
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An outfit trave
clip, out O
the Now Rao a
Going into t S

1-Copadora J. Gongo. 104x-Last was revealing 3"-2 u mem r o h *
2-V. Darling Mena R. 107x-Poor recent races 3-1 Polo o part.member of the
3-Polvorazo F. Rose 112 -Good chance in mud -I Polo Grouty pa ty. out of
4-Black Bull J. Phillips 105 -Could be upsetter 5-1 Du sty -54085t hIf .-- -Out f
5-Paques H. Ruit z 115x-Dtance to liking 51 hs- guy%; ,b* oome. o D c....
B-Preatlglo H. Reyes 118 -Doesn't seem likely 10-1 or. ,t
7-A. deOro A. Ycaza 115 -Longshot possibility 8-1 The Dodgers have Rhodes'
counterpartt in husky Walt Moryn, I
called up from St. Paul to make
3rd Race "G" Native 7 Fga.Purse: $275.00 Pool loses: 1:45 12 hits in h first is times at
ONE TWO bat for AM
1-Tin Tan R. Vas. 115 -Early pacesetter 10-1 Until thi season, Dusty odes,
2-Tap Lady J. Gongo. 107x-Dangerous this time 8-1 who thrives on fast ball pitching,
3-Riomar V. Ordo. 120 -Usually beats these 3-2 was bothered more than some-
4-Tuira J. Bravo 117 -Has lost "punch" 8-1 what by a change of pace. In the
5-Enriqueta L. Giral. 115 -Contender on form 3-2 Giants' first game in Japan last
6--Jal Alai O0. Chanls 107 -Hasn't shown much 5-1 fall a 11* Nippoes. pitcher
pulled thetting him.
4th Race "H" Native 44 Fgs.Pume: $275.00 Pool dalses: 2: "The We bas B enho s ot so r
turn o tohe t. "U I pled
1-8. Velluda F. Hidal. 113 -Would pay juicy odds 30-1 at the Nor.t etole, some Easnmo
2-Carencito J. Cado. 105 -Boxcar figures to win 50-i would throw me a change up. "I
--J. Hulncho E. Orte. 103x-Distance suits style 3-1 ither e forgot
4-Burlesquito R. L. Gil 106 -Should score here even aoE ,hi eorRhodes cor-
5-Avivato Mena R. 100x-Usually unpredictable 8-1 about his w. hn e l manu cot
.6-Rlalta F. Rose 113 -Good chance on form 3-1 turd ht hornme run of the -
7-Rosa B K. Flores 110 -Could score at price 5-1 te ru.n wimanisn blast h
Sn t t field seats at the
Polo Ground off Murry Dickson
5th Race "D" Native 8% Fgs.Purse: $300000 Pool elaese: 2:55 of the Phillies the prsonable
oung, man out of. Montgomery, v. _aac te in-
1-Portal A. Vas. 115 -Back in top form *1-2 la., was batting an even .500., to Wilie
2--Okiland A. Ycaza 108 -Could win in upset with 18 hits out o M trips. He Ith him,s a
8-MaTilu B. Agul. 112 -Nothing to Indicate 5-1 then popped up to go into the nalt rabonts ma-es a
4-Winsaba J. Reyes 120 -Good recent performances 5-1 Brookyn set'with .485. drive by the ile a Mel Clar
5-(G. Wonder R. Vas. 113 -No. I contender 3-2 "The Giants must "e hurting' to the .e erfeld wall of the
6- (Golden B. V. Ordo. 120 -Could help entrymate 3-2 when Rhodes bats for Monte Ir- Plo .Grounds. (NEA)
,- vin," remarked Roy CampaneUla
6th Race "G" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: 5450.00 Pool closes 3:35 of the Dodger. lumping Irvin's spot in left field,
First Race of the Double But with the count 2 an4 1 in Rhodes had delivered 11 pinch hits
1-Mr. Foot A. Ycaza 105 -Not good enough 15-1 the 13th'il Bly Loossof the Brooks in18 tries. Bobbyl Hofman had
2-R. Signal B. Aul. 110 -Best early speed 8-1 was foolh enough to give Rhodes belted sevenpinch hits that fig.
3-Fairlyable R. Vas. 113 -Disappolnted in last 3-1 a ball he could hit and Dusty uired iii ing games.
4-Cruada J. Reyes 110 -Stiff competition 5-1 broke u a most exUting game The dgers put a brain trust-
b-Valley Star J. Bravo 113 -Always hard to beat even with a ne gle between Junior ,Red Corriden and Ar.
6-(Rose Hip F. Hidal. 108 -Last was dismal 3-1 Gilliam and second base. t, ur D -o the Giants in their
7-(Toletao A. Mena 112 -Usually is runnerup 8-1 d puble-header with the Phillies
wi o onut and two strikesMt, cedqd the i-rant Ebl.
on hibin the same situation the beits Fild, erie*.
9th Race "G" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: $4r'0 Pool elagss: 4:05 next afternoon. Rhodea repeated 2'beaouts saw the Philes
Seeen4 Baee of the Double to tie the score after which Web.- a fqn TI Rhp ia bl
-rc v doe -ae go enetrum won it with a sacrifle n.to
l---3c1se6troly .' J. 11n l5x-Rates good chance 5-1 Before so;eic Mee
.-MNlttilar V. O 113 -Ran well to tough field even ia Hamner way
3-Wild Wire Hit. 108 -Would pay alce odds 10-1 over and-First aseeman Earl ro.
4---aluastlo E. Cans. 118 -Rates outside chance 10-1 o '1 on e" i tar back of frs
5-ChnirmlngP.- F. Rome 115 -Improving steadily 3 1 I \ e.
6-a nP. nluqueo J. Reyes 115 -Could core again 5-1 uan rancor ips nth IUs aH amekt, the short-
7-Plropo II B. Agul. 113 -Hard luck campaigner 3-1 .__ stop welfd have thr o w n out
Rhodes'.on four of his more recent
,By CqNADO payoffhits including the two that
8th Race "H" Imported 6 Fgs.Purse: $40. Pool elosse: 4:40 DO cost thAupebasso much.
QUINIELA 1-Gay Spot Pale Face But ,odoee, the natural pull
ewbrighton R. Vas. 112 -Best in muddy track -1 S Aa deororleft-hand hitter, has watched the
a-ip Nell Ba sa 112 -Has shown notng, 10-1T u iralkl u dro I safel for DonIsuh
-taat A l. Va. 112 -Mut chmprove m ore 8-1G o en Bou d up hi bat slightly and is no ong-
adI- K. Flores 118 -Dubious ride It t out 2-1 sab -alley Staror plin.for the meats.e a can
IIv-l ". oGiral. 11 -Good eariy S "" ou -N u ..nee poke. the .ball. into left field.
uleo ATA Yaa 2 Id5 I-Plenty earlyIfoot 10l N 1wbrightea Dusty Rhodes suddenly becomes
-.Lu oso A. Ruia 1107x--ronty e-runnr foot 15-1 S WSow aota and integral part of the
-Ourtly P. A. Mena 110 -Haan't shown enough 8-1 ,, Grim..and, uliG, a elseth
l3Ai.. uMt*r X. Cans. 115 -Form doesn't Indicate 10-1 l- dod Naeho. on the payroll, is rolling for them.

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-.:, saId,. t wuooi =vis B a daR to pass JohyAntonel."
The new Dttot r you eee thee dya is a remodeling '
lob by StfhaM, vso delivered an ultinat= to -is manager
Sthe. am"n'gean'lt March and In te preoence a the base-
ball writrt. (A) Durcher was told to settle. op his startng ioe-
up .opng day and cease the Interminable experiment which
en e over ito late June. (B) enceforth, the bush
league tactic of bully ragging umpires and getting tosed Out of
the game was also ouat
"I hired you to manage for 154 games," the owner Is re-
ported to have sad- to him. "You don't do the ball ts any
good when you are suspended for 10 days or two weeks."

Up to now, there have been few rave ain ths space for Stone-
ham or the Glants, for the very solid reason they did-not rate
them. Once the toas) of the town, the Giants, due to front of-.
ice nomptenceaor Indolence, were allowed to detetrioat into
a third-rated power. They were almost completely overshadow-.
ead by the Yankee and Dodgers.
One pennant in 13 years and properly called a Little
Miracle, at that.- was not exactly the-reflection of a apmetacu.
larl successful operation. Even die-hard Giant flowers, who
continued to light candles to McGraw and Matty, all but gve up
when the team staggered home 35 games back last year, the 10th
time they were second division under the 8tonsham adminltra-
No wonder the fans began to stay away from'the Polo
Grounds as if it were a leper colony. The OWy time they show.
ed any spirited interest wia when the Dodgers were in the othat
corner. That's still pretty much the cas, too, despite the fact
that as of now, the -Oitts are'the hottest and most i citnui
baseball show in town.
Of the current 500,0 Shome attendance, 286,346 came when
the Dodgers showed up. With three gamnee left at the PO, this
particular total would approximate 400,000, provided the conten-
tion Isl still close. For the past several years;, practically- one
third of the Giants' home attendance has been accounted for by
the 11 Dodger engagements:
Now that Stoneham has demonstrated he can also run a
first class store when he puts his mind and time to It, d the
Giants are apparently on the way back to their former ftlttlon
of respectability in the metropolitan picture, what about cash
customers? Can Stoneham ever get them bak?
These things usually take care of themselves-fa tins. MAny
way, the important consideration for Giant fans i-aith after
much too long, Stoneham aeems to be back In bnini has
hardened himself to po"in where he doesn't lt ,l
block a vital 4eal, S. w, system Is groin
utf:l that weeds pa, P 1ret1 1
The clan .wegmlovew the Dodgers a-bte em_ flilkw
series hereabouts Ie4 the Glants a four-ganme ntlULl i4
margin by which aX J L Xteam h e led since the eael#4st 1
the races.. -Until this started, neither the la e the
Dodgers could pull away from one another. "
There is no te g how farheo Giants may go on the 4 etqs
of the sweep. True, the Dodger missed PeeWee Re.-e Duke
Snider. Still, the Gants 'won with little help from Wl a
and going Into the serlethe was supposed to be. their holeeard.
Such impressions annmbe misleading and unjtt, bu It looked
to me as If the Giants outfought their rivals frn m iers the
Bridge, and the notion pelIsts that they'll %win momr lowaone.
than the Flatbush eonts =The two clubs come face to fee.n 1n
more games before the race ends, se th@e wll b la1'b e time to
set a line on the validity of this observation.

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Nh Race "F" Imported 6% Fgs.Purse: M.0 Pool eleses: 5:18
S1-0. Dame U A. Vas. 115 -Last was revealing 3-2
2-Wetow F. Rose 110 -Could upset dope 5-1
S2..-PerIan G. H. Ruiz 107x-Must improve -ore 8-1
4-Patrlotica H. Reyes 110 -Seens off forn 8-1
S-L Martha K. Flores 115 -Was never better 5-1
S -BedlUno Mena R. 112x-Could help entrymate 2-1
e 7-D. Maiden A. Mena 118 -Hard to beat here 2-1

S1th Race "E" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: ORs.A Peel closes: 1:40
1--op Au Vin R. Vas. 118 -Not on recent form 15-1
2-Begonia L. Girl. 115 -Could lake it all 3-1
3-Sinn Fetner A. Mena 110 -Handicap f.ot her 2-1
4--Leaden. B. Agul. 116 -Looked aed last time 3-1
5-I r ordia K. Flores 113 -Tougher.. co-ptition 5-1
6-Tanger J. Phillips 110 -Poor effort last 20-1
7-'_- inu V. Ordo. 115 -Dangerous contender 4-1
8-Florera H. Ruiz 105x -Nothing to recommend 20-1
90-. Alligator A. Vas. 110 -Showing improvement 10-1

Alston Orders Batting

Practice For Dodgers
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NEW YORK, July 9 (UP)-The room was locked after
Giants' three. ga aesw e een of and Alston -dnute m
Brooklyn--teir second in little Ilag. The Dode were nCri
over a w 'k-has led to a drastic ad tght-Uifed whahey mcame
above by Dodger manager Walt out
Alstun. The Dodgers were ordered
to report for extra batting prae- Off Je Sae plan to -et
tice immAdiately after losing to the Dallas a major league franch
Giants. Shortstop and captain Pee were 'stmei. u h as e eti
Wee teese say 's .e first time board r* got behid- tM
this has happened in his 13 years idea. The beard unaudimbimay r.
with Brooklyn. Vice-president Buz- ed a s e of six Dallasu
zy Bavai disagrees. He says it lionairer.;,.-uy a majo lar
has happened several ti-nes during anchjae.Yehsrdi a the sundn
the last J ewyears. ate said #t had six mUlon dabs,
There Isas r alped'that piet- to s," d 4aN knew. f"ana
e. DOa NeO cem and Ru Rsswhich 3I5. av-3able. TMe Pti,
ML -r e geod wards la the -hia A aLJ PJttsburgh Pirttes
SDode- JP. Ig4 06. L game. were matianed but both front of
T1is is e e*d 4y B euCned, fees deIad they were involved
bot he wit e ob. 6 wevvr: v eslW c it a
Jectt" toSWodo[atida Maek itA 'S..7 isj the a
shIr a Git Gamt :al r Mo e ew. rsM I etUe Ser tleSh
Irvia. ps. aeure t%.a. Mack says he
Meyer, w lefndes. yes andi his btt ar p a 2vie
terday, t Irvia s veNith prladS e am vs a to seE
inning after Wslammed eat. -
his second homer dar. r- Mack tk tlis to a groop a
vin and Md.word wK. busnesam ased .tqhgo r bh
It '- said as- Mayor -n&.fla irk IA a drive to
Igrv o-er ht I to Ir- save0 and kee them I
vin. Meyer says b dllM to Philadhe a aten&d
it. ewcombe a s -A t a c. e ia*.f-We have
know what ife been a a the Philadeblba
about. ."em 4 yers and avC
7 T door ,w twB Ow, ia A 'saa s."

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Republicans and Democrats ral- ty Ctunel It is a matter w what ou~ otn ." -
lied behind a watered-down Sen- s properly subject to vete," he
ate proposal today calling on Pres- reiie, "It means that w HoR 4Ms_ J. 4
dent Eisenhower to cousult with would aIvoke the veto if neces- tin Jr. .the
Congress on foreign p olici Iy, ye." toil. jl I
changes if Red China wins a U- d.eat W. .
united NaUons seat. Koowland stid he w verys
The proposed policy statement, pleased' with Dulles' statement. ug's1 8t
sponored by Senate GOP leader Be said it was "very clear and want I .
William F. Knowland, apparently' ...
was designed to head off a pos.
sible split between Congress and
the President on U. S. action if 1.
the Reds gain U.N. membership.
Knowland claimed "overwhelm. D
Ing" support from both parties
for the proposal which was tenta ,-
tively approved by the Senate o
ForeignA Relations comm.ite eyes-
terday. There was no 'sign of sg
Democratic opposition and k e yL
Democrats had a backstage hand the
In drafting the proposal. ed'
* Informed sources sld the bd
admit llstration would not oppoe on .
the mildly-worded policy tUe In..
monie. 1 would not commit the ...s
President or the nation to amy
specific action.
.7W popotal marked a big re-
treat for Knowlind. He had pre-
ditted last week that Congress
would cut off financial support to
the UN,. if it admits Red China. for
Ad h had promised to resign
hit edership post and campailop
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Of war who autldrieled direct any b W sider of the
qootate of much of his state- w i nu d1 through diplo-
eat, said 'thie Unialted States haf. nIite* a.
a 'eae" agaat qdm1s- he ft '- s diaao-
Ss ia to- the U.N. while alhteein
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