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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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00776
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"I0 .WsW IHOUSE UNDEB FIm E -- This i the Government Not n buenos Aires, Argen-
tinA wici as bombed by rebel aircraft after the rebels announced they were taking over the
government of President Juan'Teron.


Peron's Cops On Guard




Against Church Burners

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BUENOS AIRES, June 18 (UP)- Fe deral police operating under a state of seloge
patrolled the heart of Buenos Aires today against looting and new violence toward
Catholic establishments.
Government troops stood guard over the port areas where naval officers made
an abortive attempt to overthrow President Juan D. Peron Thursday.
(All official Argentina reports 4 -all reports about the city of Ro-
pronounced the revolution end- -- ario being in'the hands of reb-
ed, but self-siled "rebel" radio del wore totally false and that
broadcasts hWd in Montevideo, ill e reports were spread by a
y.. forces had up of rebels who brole Into
aBMrt 5 -^Bl~ aflron in sliti(t ss.


For Highway

WASHINGTON, June 18 (UP)
-The Senate yesterday ap3rov-
ed a bill authorislnA a lp..0.-
000 rush program to complete
the Inter-American Highway
making the United States with
the Pananma (C 1 in three
years. .
The bill, passed. bynanimols
voice vote, goes- bck to the
House for agreement on a Sea-
ate amendment,
The United ft S has been
spending about 1060M a 'tr.
on the road. ISie bill would
make available Imediately .the
approprlations p8 ned though
Ifcal 1959, plus 1a5,730.00.
The road has already been
built for 1500 mll from ILarido
Tex.. to the southern border of
Mexico, and cer stretches
have been compld south of
that. However, funds had
been appropriated Ir 0 miles
now considered lmusnble. ad
another 559 miled oT below
standard road.

Canal Invites Bids

On Storm Sewers,

Pabhi 9P Schools
The 4ih#Vituon of* storm


DAD' HOME Lt. Col. Edwin Heller, recently released by the
Chinese Communists after being held prisoner for two years,
hugs his children, Linda, 6, and Edwin, Jr., 7, after arriving at
Philadelphia on the last leg of his journey home.

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WASHINGTON, June 18 (UP) A newWI
the Panam6 Canal Zone by members of Congra a
ed likely today after members of two different aC
called for a full-scale investigation of operations
Panam6 Canal Company.
Democratic Rep. Daniel J. Flood, a members
House Appropriations committee, and Republicav
Francis E. Dorn, a member of the House Merchantl
subcommittee on the Panam6 Canal, suggested tI
during a hearing yesterday on proposed abandon
the'Panum6 Railroad.
Flood suggested that it is the Canal Company
should be abandoned, rather than the railroad, and'
that "the problem goes far beyond the one of th
road."


Flood's attack on the Canal
Zone management and what he
called its "cavalier attitude to-
ward Congress" was made as
Canal Zone GQvrnor.Brlg. Oen.
John 8. seyb~4 testified that
the board had decided the rail-
roa- should be replaced by a
Tradalathmlan h 1IWay for rea-
sons of practleal and eono-
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any o1,0W,%or ragSai
In stock elis."
ood also remarked t4
his opinion the So600 A
citizens residg in tWI
were entitled to their Owl
resentatlve in Was
speak on their behalf
Corss. ru .
Teconaraesmant s/


r a n i cM "flyh g
squads&" were oered thmal
arrests and thalArgentIl p_-
lice warned thatdurtrher looting
would be "energAlcaUy repress-
ed.
(Uruguayan naval authorities
said the Argentine cruisers Pu-
earredon and 25 de Mayo which
were reported to have.joined the
revolt had not been seen in
Uruguayan waters and appar-
ently still were at sea.
(A Uruguayan navy corvette
patrolled the lvr plate estuary
while the -BraziliaI government
announced it had placed lt bor-
der stations on an alert f .pre-I
vent incidents by .fldeln rebels.
(A "rebel" Ioadeata heard
In Montevideo said Maval fore-
es ast Puerok Belgwp o on the*
Atlanti c past souit eI UfeeI
Aire had risen a hOst the Pe-
-pB resume.
(The broadcasts also reported
Army garrisons in rebellion at
Romarlo. Argentina's *aond cl-
ty; m the north central provin-
cil capital of Cordoba, and in
the provinces of Corigates and
tre R los lannBia uenos
Travel between Argentina and
the Outale world was Nt a
andstill although radio and
tolephope commlnications were
restored yesterday. Airports and
ha acfBltie remalped closed.
Sws /. Naelon
eetnated .the dead at "more
than 355" civilians with an-
ther in ainjpeed
President Peron, in a speech


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REVOLT president Juan Pe-
ron escaped injury when rebel
planes bombed the Govern-
ment Palace in Buens Aires.

yesterday, blamed the burning
of Catholic churches on Com-
munist elements.
. A press office statement an-
nounced authorities "have taken
severe measures against Com-
munist groups" and warned that
suspicious persons would be ar-
rested.
Officials In Buenos Aires said
the only outbreak of violence
outside the capital came in the
city of Cordoba where attackers
burned down Radical House,
headquarters of -the. opposition
Radical party, tore up a fence
around a Catholic church and
stoned other targets.
The newspaper La Prensa said


s ..ed vy damage.
T ih mnts of buildings a-
red Government eouse were
Ibadlr reeed by expleives,
ad hardly a ane of glass re-
mained Intacten
Windows were broken at the
U.S. and British embassies.
The ministry of the army or-
dered sanitation workers to re-
bport immediately to repair wa-
ter mains and other public fa-
cilities damaged by bombs.
The public health ministry
asked druggists to reopen their
stores despite a mourning strike
called by the General Confeder-
ation of Labor.
Peron was disclosed to have
narrowly escaped death In the
abortive revolution although
he made no mention of it in a
radio broadcast.
He was standing on a balcony
of the army ministry and was
warned by a helicopter pilot that
rebel planes were on their way.
Peron, accompanied by several
cabinet ministers, legislators and
high armed forces officers, left
the building.


.%heW &ja drainage prd t
storm ~ts and drains near
the toot of the Balboa Heights
Adminstration Building hill.
The law system will drai Into
the main Balboa culvert which
was completed earlier this year.
Bids for the work will be
opened the morning of June 27
in the board room of the Balboa
Heights Adminitration Build-
ing.
School buildings scheduled to
receive Interior painting are the
Balboa School Shop, the Cocoll
Elementary School and t h e
Rainbow City Junior High and
High School buildings.
Bids on the exterior painting
will be opened the morning of
June 23 in the board room of
the Balboa Heights Administra-
tion Building.

Three Turncoat Gis

To Be Released
Ru Dbadl fins,


At that moment the first rebel
bomb landed in the street in LONDON, June 18 (UP) -Comr-
front of the army building, de- munist China announced today it
molishlin a trolley-bus and sev- was freeing Five Korean war pris-
eral automobiles. owners including three Americans
who chose Cpmmunism when the
Peron escaped injury although war ended.
a large number of civilians were
killed In the explosion. The other two were Belgian sol-
diers.
The Americans were identified
as:
P- ^s &


Cpl. Otto G. Bell of Olympia,
Wash., who disclosed recently in
a letter to his sister he wanted to
come home.
Cpl. W. A. Cowart of Monticello,
Ark.
A third, was listed by the New
China News Agency as Lewis W.
Griggs, of Jacksonville, Tex., Ar-
my serial number 1832285.
The Communist news agency
said the three Americans were
among 22 U.S., British and Ko-
rean veterans who refused repa-
triation when the war ended.


The an
three B~las
to the Korean
and elected to m
Commumlsts am
SThe smems .of
were Istal as '
Weslviosanda a
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at m Iuq Wpu6 aa~ vm eb&e .har 4d~. & UM ~b'ou 'O
W~k~ PS~uS in w3bow gi. heii
v7.

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were to of the
"who crossed over
mad Chinese side


y aMitel toiayg that tree
the. 1my officer s attached to
the American embassy in Mos-
'Bow have been expelled by Rus-m
Tin incident first was disclos-
ed by sources here and in Lon-
don.
But the department had per-
sistently refused to say any-
thing about the case until to-
day when a spokesman said of
the free assistant military at-
taches:
"The story Is true that they
were asked to leave and they
have left."
The spokesman refused any
further information.
]ut another source said pre-
viously that he understood the
Americans were accused of es-
pionage activity and declared
persona non grata -unaccept-
able-by Moscow two wqeks.ago.

RP Businessmen,

CZ Ouffits Give

$600 for July 4
Over S60' has been received
from business men and organi-
zations in the Canal Zone and
Panama to help in financing the
Pacific aide July 4 celebration,
according to a report from Em-
mett Zemer, chairman of the
July 4 committee.
In addition the sale of tickets
for the July 2 dance at the
American Legion Club was re-
ported to be doing well, with a
report expected early next week
on proceeds from these sales.
Cash donations hitherto un-
acknowledged are:
American Legion Post No. 1,
$100: Cia. Azucarera, La Estre-
lla, 8.A., $50; Lt. Frank Albrook
Post No. 3822, VFW, Manuel Lo-
pez V., Smoot and Paredes,
Chase Manhattan Bank. Balboa
Branch, Consolidated Transpor-
tation Service, Inc., and Emilo
0. Hauke, $25 each; Paramount
Films. 8.A. Tabacalera Istmefia.
8.A., $20 each: Cass Solomon,
Distaladora Nacional, 8.A., $15
each; Republic Films, Cardose
and Lindo, 8.A., $10 each; and
Catholic Daughter of America
and Norton and Lify, $5 each.
A number of door prizes,
which will be given away at the
July 2 dance, have ben donated
by the following:


ay in China," the National DIUsllers, BA.; An-
nounced. con Bodegs, Damar's; .aWr,
Ste Belplisas La Pariin;
I-e Devri-edt of ,orcs; airs .h
aIltis t Verduck Waeh Ah ;
Meades; Kodak Ltd;
Panama Coca MOun ti
whdeh carried the Comy; Pansa Orange
Ns asMa report C oCyra; Mue-
-i t eSabiute "bb ,eatts
aerdy Fture: L i., a.


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were aII luvolved,.
I'Pey wre identiSfd s tt.
Col. John a Benrwa oSalt Lake
City, Utah: apt. WiWter Mule of
Fort Mon uth, LJ., and Capt.
William I. troud"Df Kewanee.
Ill.
The UlS-.State Department
was said to el disclosure of the
facts would .ot be in the na-
tional inte

Five-Yea erlod

Comes A nd For

Yellow Fev* Shots
The World Health Organiza-
tion and UTICEF is conducting
a wholesale vaccination cam-
paign throughout the Republic
of P anama, according to the
Panama Public Health Depart-
mept.
Mass vccnations have al-
ready been completed in the In-
terior provinces of Chiriqul. Co-
cle. Herers and Los Santos.
Yellow fever Inoculation crews
are now beginning to work in
the province of Veraguas.
The last yellow fever Inocula-
tions were administered in 19o5.
Resumption of the campaign is
based on the fact that the ef-
fect of the inoculation wears off
after five years.


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stem i np oraLtim whimh
isturn its to of Clfts
of IndliL at their a Utudes a-
He t#M the governor, who
did net j ply, tat as a mem-
ber of the appropriations com-
mittee he could promise "there
will be no 1600,00 provided
for trucks, and you won't get

Panama To Build

Modem Hotel

On Taboga Island
The Panama government will
build a modem hotel at Taboga
Island, it was revealed yester-
day by Miguel A. Corco, secre-
tary of the Ministry of Com-
merce.
Plans also include the recon-
struction of the present dock at
the Island.
The U.S. Navy will lend a
hand in the preparatory stages
of the construction by cleaning
up the area where the hotel will
be built.
Yesterday, Stanley Shaw de la
Ossa, chief of the National Tour-
ist Board, traveled to the Island
to arrange some minor details
concerning the construction of
the new hotel.


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1ft 3 to UM .e Tlt Ait a OWN COLUMN Walter Reuther comes out of .
Battle of Detro wh a sr bithe Imo




umeN. l. ,thousands of small businessmenfaulth the big ut-
contri b outae lffer don't be inlIm hit it d*oesn'Wappear h1 in the rest of the auto field. empale1tr19111;
L sm8 dq - published i l he order rei ned" Reuther may be able to led MM6MA -h .. a be
doy p slhem l itnteAed t one 11e1 l86gh1 some of these m!iious to eGumFOE s1 ws p erstw t the e tme. 1St&i
Screen months, t he oyd Roovltd Ntrie Inter-o id S. ,CIO aous = the theory that Wll la rS d? S S
n .. _'m1giit %ma, I rassssibl i on dplau any strenhe f unions In hb-aadVtr
I IIInW HOmf= =dustries which feed into the air-Ison.WM o w
S*craft and auAto fields eIpscthe haas bee a "ewast Iso. t
DANGROUS Teautourmobleran
etlon has been the scene of some very serious accidents. ThIslbised Guaranteed Annual at ow M at of
lay be due to read fatigue or Car elessness, but, the fact remains, Uslwhiih took place virtua lMl Jis e st nut
t people have been seriously injured and killed there.. 1.. under glas .a Detr.Thu bate fulvoted Wath e er lobbye nas lbo rlle d
I visualize one of these driver falling to stop, and a bus loa. wasa'ttough at a, l fact. tl when neb pe B mont
people trusting some alphappy driver who wouldn't top be- Now that any enom t on th C y o Demo-i ERlT-GO-t
he has the right of way, coming together at this aricular o!a .led ahwdown between thr u up on the
, then perhaps many people would be dead and nothing done lanta Deto e't l ide. Ad w, baUove i Paul Butler, th Di rattle
eliminate this hazard. shrow e ar of ot.he is t to sabotage lhairmaa, ead St MItd fhel
_I therefore suggest thc. following be taken into consideration industry itot a ta's i th .ee Ca' O .w-e gin a lmost ex-Deoeratie arat,. thv
avoid any further serious accidents: for ome realstle ofdo that wM t l up be ethr
1. Install Reflector aKn with a light shining on it about show. fi..e.n O /auuKe 'Ibes ihb bn way uo some t .I
S hall wayfrom g the t. Quick e Cuff to the bri Ie a a t ~ J s Ce e ougt neve r
first war ningthat the interaection s just ahe ad. really i E to1tri rr aa r wW dte -treabi wooed txs i cat.An-
2. Corrugate the highway from the bridge which is approx- Goeeral i -m tig is the U In fact, it the one who bolts te Democrati
imately 300 feet from the crossing.Thiscorr ton together to brih bmMof ttly mI IIn fac t dred- Party, says Moitch e, d- be
would produce'enough noise from the tres to wa en a any substantial settWent. e 1 ed out by nature that can effect. left to stew in their own juice...
fatigued driver, letting him know he Is nearing the in- Wanted to raite the 115I,00 ,00e y b, harnessed to electric Genial GOP Chairman Len Small
teseUtion f. as a tl war Ittie and | |power without a tremendous ex- usea "Drew Pearson" as an ex.
tersection.fire. as a war sawneomoney.A llWtheothers cb ime toget tfcaloto
S1. Remove the railroad track and level roadbed, install rub- then for the assault on the rest ns of ey' All the r others se to get-out of doing a lot of
b barricades, so thht if the first warning was insuffi- f t U. a motive dus. ae been pre-empted by man thingshede'to.Ask-
clent, the driver would crash through the rubber barrier therJustever m RUsell Long h to hold ed a caller- to e a
and wind up car deep in a swamp which would save his a mjr strike. Some of ushelle Longt tt? tt pubt- t s thise.-
life ot his=ar. .ed him lie power and the big utilities, t to be v w
this for size and see what can be done to eliminate the r because Russ sit on the vitally er Rutea. r
before more people lose their lives and loved ones because u e sit for a hjor.t k' important Senate Issnsterior Co tv y. .artu h
a l st had to howlost his car would go, withoutgotIntouch.mittee. On that committee are rey ofIMinnesota was amo
nking of the danger to others. agnpre. 7-w -ota wele gnO A id R thateommittoe aret
Careful Driv aeuis" act ts *lotp Demcras.aldemoco1W
-t_________tre______ ge rlit ef ndayoreiln A iantovotefrgovMeretospemras act pe g g thand-
i plan vote for gove at t s ards to the new highway bill
T M AdVWr i ls grtor a d a se. of on l that i.except Ruse Most Democratic seators ducked
wthe t o li have become r Russell says he is going to vote the issue, didn't even want Xrn
tal to our. lies as ode tfor the ties and one vote cd vote....When ormerr
-p tcsamea time Reuter altot ean bottle the bill up in corn man assistant Jonathan Daniel.,
Ir4BpiM w SV AN AMAMLL OLYMPICS .**. bis Natlonald CommuBSy S service WASHINGTON (NRA) In made in the latest task force re- program, hasn't revealed what his 10dM. 16 tor of the Raleigh, N.C. Nw
I4 P OF 14 bW AN ANIM WC. Commiee, which is th Cits et fall the objections, AmeI. from Ex-President erbert Ideas a the stb are to be. RUsells teow Democrate have ad Obrver ht the Aleig
ICH OF NATUR r own wfare mche Bet o elg I programs roll 0 H very's Comminssioi an govern. Anyway, 'is teSpp now. And d with h bim .'y he Times, he goT eding Ieer
SWIN TB PIWt 0 the last GM Chryster and steea after year. ent reorgalsatlO. what all this administrative jug. pointed out that his one vote wll from former Truman as
r WOUL TMl 0IN B6 OPstri Ues co swgnas ni. t year COngre ordred the The Hoover report recommends gling has aecomplished is impose. crve the tombstone of public Jim Barnes warning him bout
6p WOULp 9 INeaTHIS S W.LA to tio.f ti & "tionstW Adminlstration savings of 30 millim dollars on sible to determine. power in the United States. They foisting monopoly
pC A 3ROar- T CLOP. IOV RIS was no alerted, nor did it Smake t as of 'June 2. But the onmiltary foreign aid for thl Friends of the foreign aid pro. have pointedout that if this huge
Sp AAK ., -- MC anI P arationsk. s u..-enate has, now approved coming fiscal year. This is a little gram maintain that it would have damsite on the Snake River fAeed. B IRD T ..
!W WPSlT._ -fS., C1 O leaders kept co91. cet11eation of this pedg under over 20 per cent of the 1.7 btilion been tar better to set a a rmn policy i ng Oregon, Idaho and Washlagton FARlB ln. (UP)- A
Si meeting n Reuther's failure new Internationa Cooperation dollars economic halt of the fore and then stick to it. This would goes toprivteutiitiestheublic parakeet to Mrs. Ernest
throughoutthe past year to blast Administration in tIhe State Depart- aid budget. have created more confidence in power fight will be lost over etteys has oped a perfect
.' llthe auto companies, a YrOganda indat. It is noteworthy that the Hoover American intentions among the the nation., uelch. When it bwoet fed up
.U-l ry Job^ he would have L M e New funds of nearly three and a task force recommends no cut at friendly countries being helped. It Senator Magauson of Washing- with humans it demands: can
f[ WI v, really thought he would have to half billion dollars are authorized all in the military aid budget of would also cause mort consterna- teon, who's up for re-election next talk; can you fly?"
'takethem on for next year. This is 800 million 1.7 billion dollar. tion among potential eomies. year with tough competition from
Walther Reuther is not entirely dollars more than was appropriate Also, it does not recommend For as te Hoover task force re. Governor Langlie, has almost got .
Without his contacts on the top of last year. It is some 1T milli.6n that the economic aid program be port declares, and as the, majori- down on his knees to Russell Long. "
S the Ford organization. He knew dollars more-for technical assist completely discontinued. It merely ties in Congress always conclude "I need this in my campaign,"
;. he would get a good contract- ance--than President Eisenhower wants the pr reorga ed. after they've held all te hearings Senator Magusson has pleaded.
although far short of what he recommended to Congress. Just what all of the previous raised aa the objections and ha "You and I hav withered a lot M
Sasist for. He kew, The battle now m oves Ver to the foreign aid reorganiiatlons have them beaten down: of storms together. This Is life
B Te y| pe.if tg~haraa aud geio lKreminent oftW.V W States aust will depend Botse in
su. cs l fer e d 4t1 021 si11 at home and abroad would t ontive' *j Si o eas c#e three
=c But Russellor m
cause once a Ford strike started Yugoslavia, too, should be out off. General Marshall, as Secretary mum military security for our- strange reason has remained un-
it might roll on for four to six R will be maintained that any of State, thought foreign aid should selves and to take part in the ad- moved. Frieads can't understand
Ssmonths country having trade with Iron be administered by his department. vance of the living standard in why he has deserted the militant
Reuther, in whatever fashion he Curtain countries should not get Congress wouldn't have it that way the free world." anti-utility policy of his late i
Smisht have shut down Ford if he one nickel of aid so long as any and set up an independent opeia- Incidentally, Gov. Harold E. father.
had to, eld keep Genal Motors Americans are held prisoner by tion. Stassem who ends hi term as
open- a .; .the, 6W 00 M Chinese Communists. So after seven years of kicking head of FOA when it goes out of LATINS IN INDIANA
workers- ad hel' support the Figures will e qited that the the dog around under various business June 30, will apparently
145,00_ string Ford workers in- forei aid programs have eight names-ECA, MSA, and FOA-th. quit the field with flying colors. Rol-poly Senatotr Capehart, the
-P- Idefinitely. bi' llion dollars worth of carryover Eisenhower administration and the Many people rooted when Gov- Ind Republican, doesn't know '
B' So, -*,tf -before the deadline funds and that therefore no new Hoover Commission recommend ernor Stassen last November pro- it yet, but bout 20 Latin-American
t, -! _________/_____ _________ Reuther knew he had his package.' appropriations are necessary. that the business be put back in posed a little Marshall plan for ambassadors plan to give him a
It was the package which Ford It will be patriotically declared the State Department kennel, to free Asia. b party.
Answer to Previous Pul... e offered-ad yery,very little more. that no American economic aid complete the wal I k around the When all the a hou tin was ey wnt to express their ap
SAnwer to revu r le It wasa bargain for Ford hold be given to build up the block over, however. President isen preeiatio of a party he gave them
Books nd Authors and a gdosettlement for Reuther. industrialization of foreign coun Secretary of State John Foster hower had put this item in his and also pay tribute to his great
It av Reuther the language he tries so that they will become com- Dulles apparently isn't too keen to foreign aid program and the Senate friendship for Lati America.
SD l l l l wated The package cost Ford petitors. have this responsibility thrut upon has now approved a 200 million What Capellrt did was to take
AOM exactly what the company could These principal arguments will him. John B. Hollister, desiguted dollar authorization to give it a the Latin-American envoys out to
1"e f'The 1 AWot afford-some 12 1-2 cents an hour be backed up by recommendations as the new administrator of the start. Indiaaapeihs Ia four special rall-
S A ak 's body appears to be saying. W vit t the dianapolis
9 I V annual wage is not semi annual ea and id for part of it him
NnFSo Ser most workers It wil come to f; but Wt I ,
06 -Ine i2W anI w 0 s e eight eveks of supplemental I I Vlt W IIl*lVI nI1 INVe w I Vol solicitous of the Lati Americans
0 tac i rnt un loem et insurance. touched them.
"ela ,thng AConductornd there. isa limit which lw In Washington's diplomat le
*eA-eu---" T'Tahe it on ItaHan poet 4stae S have recognized. carps, it's the big Europan coun-
361m06 tb--" 27 Lack 44 Diensd If a depression wipes out the --"" "-- tries that usually get firat atten- WH KRINQ W Th
aeJdfret. thde rind oft 38 Asacend heroine, P000,000 unemployeat guasran- BROADWAY TORCH SONG "Ridiculous," said one "no one "Girl Crazy" for Metro otia from the White House and .stripla structure tands o tpe
ulpbaty1r SMoelum priest2Ilndvivdual Li ttle-- teed Pa fund of Ford and the in show hi has ever nsobeen so sc- "Meo-G.ldw -Mayer?" hew State e rtet. Ltin Amer- outskirts f Maruathbo, Vene. -
W:eber Partner 21 Complainer 48 ItalIan priest S180000O-General Motors kitty, You left me dear without a tear cesful and flung it away so fool- asked "No" h dead-panned cans, at ast since the days of uela's second largest city. It's
1U Ages 38 Expunge 47 Lacquered that's it There won't be any You left me all alone; ishly." "Metropolitan Life." (Case s sumer Welles, are treated more an elOdirllig ri itted with a
h Io i indolent 2sHeavy metal more. I hope we never get around And now I tremble when I hear' "Zat so?" said another, "how missed) . a Irvin Birls la* or lm like country couslns who red and white "anti-soanc"
f|G-. assumd 4Cons.nt 48WithiB to it, but that's it. A tinkling telephone. about Marilyn Monroe?" truetaed lawyers to have Ivi l. wil be with us always. ahirt, which reduces roar of
i o:M P .Part .1 Man name <(prex) I ,t ru be understood that there Berlin (a Florida ihaberdae But Senator Capehart, who start drilling eperaio to.a mo e..a
piet 3 Academy ( ib.)42 Kind of 50 nook of th re over t400 paes ostatisticpl walk roadway with aimless Henry Youngman reports that curb his advertising so people| isol"t_" has made .vra' wte l per, at weas sl dents an i
gge, grau. Slble (ab.) anIEalysis the oon plan alone. feet, a guy went to a psychlmatrist and won't th ak they a the same isol lst, has made several get their slet.
...." -lJ GM must have as many pages on i hum ".our song" again, asked: "Is it all riht for me to ... Bras now come in 14 dIfeferent trips to Latin America, has be-
n-. IT. L '^ n r Wits "guarantee". These. docu- And in my ears there drums marr an octopus?I' colors. (Oh. now how'd he know -
ttl aioaiaa1tk L L _J I--]4- lr---Wmet. wil show that te com- the beat "Ofnot" Thatttt?) . .OrsI Ba n kias Uases riflB II A D IL :il
a areInot wem-po-,b- for pE.er-. Of everlasting rain. "Gel" said the fingerIn.sn -r. wTo Be Ve tVers PGoLp,,a r" C Ilb rnt

fu, nS ar butone os fu Now life ha. lost all joy for me: "Wh th luk Now I'm crk b't o' m _______ ____________
... tsare depleted, no comn w t' tu-rned uite dull and black; with eIght engagement rings" -.I o_ ow r act-
t u rnts st if it But how much duller it would be ing ad not my 4ah '
h My s ,if yo me bck co m in the Dai M Dor' er Jo feer.s,-no peek'." ..
he- nould get. m. Rig 'o jave AVERY GILES Mrs. Post: A fnenad s m star, .**. his on ra.o',
N' what could give. Now Neut- rope it is entirely proper to btrp ~ A Ca On*y* a
Cat'I.-P her will ahead in a terrific A Russian labor leader was visIt. after a meal. That it is looked tie hlI .orings _are ninvd aIl
bp ] drive n salm I'a industry and on ing a London factory. He asked upon As evidence ofr ap ac5a- --Saturdy am's a.I --- I
lb onH _. new fields with the p,000,000 he the British foreman: "How many tion, sort of a thank you or a de- work .Hear boutthe Y g l I /I I i a
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UIhU -*I week. women workers work?" one ever excuses him (or her) he sridb y am...,. ,, / Mb aW
lWi b i I r \I.. --------Reply: "Forty hours." self for this. Can there be any he was by. avel, .. ./// i- .


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SA| OTTAWA LA,. Mh.-(UP)- ple work 12 hours a day, 7 Answer: "I think the country of "r e
OTA-tA twn bt .-S-rP-- .-work 1- hours... .r I~vo A mtrauer," hasba"
S"-i --h I Mr. nid Mrs. Christian Schmidt ys a week" the legend is China. In our coun. about eaBl--a dM a .
) Iare the parents of gir twins but "We can't gt them to do it try, however, we should make kev- Tit Ave". a."D
They coudclaim only oe as an herd," boomer the Englishman, ery effort not to offend by "b to chum WeIto
Ea I I IIIexemption on their 1I4 income "they are all gah-damb'd com- ing.' If ona should unavoidably hmtte to a t
tax. Catherine Jean was born at munists! do so, it s better not to draw tur. a aetwe s t eas. ,,
...s. ,r i\I11:20 p. m. last Dec. 1; Candice -- their attention to It by apologia- bi t P U.
Je arrived at l: ,a5 m. The Torch is over when you use ."
one of her old love letters to jot you very much, Mrs. P t: "James Dean h
-, .- I.a I down another gal's number. (URPI) Pot. grown almost an Inch siane he
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A motion picture that promises to be as rt and as
exciting as "From Here To Eternity" and "The Calne Mu-
tiny," comes soon at the LUX Theatre's CinemaScope
screen. "THE LONG GRAY LINE," with a powerful starring
cast headed by Tyrone Power and Maureen O'Hara. "The
Long Gray Line" reportedly is the story bf all America,
although its setting is West Poin and its principal figure
i a sergeant there who devoted. hlUilfetime t shaping into
men the cadets who have marched from the Academy t
shabe du times. Starred with Power and Miss O'Hara are
Robert Francis, Donald Crisp. Ward Bond, Betsy Palmer
and Phil Carey. Advt


DCrippling Wave Of Strikes


Hlii GM; 71,000 Workers Idle

9 DpETROIT, June 18 (UP) -The and trucks last week by "impa-
2wfrst wave of strikes in the auto- tience" strikes. It didn't give a
obile industry since the 1 o ng-. fire immediately on this we e k's
SIrm peace pacts of 1950 crippled loss, but it was estimated to be
Ite giant General Motors opera-! much higher than the 20,000 units
tn yesterday, idling more than, lost a week ago.
s ,000 workers and pushing costs
1o: the strikes far above the 1001 The lost production at Ford and
;million dollar mark. General Motors, plus the lost wag-
4. Workers at six plants employ- es, pushed the cost of the strikes
ling 16100 were on strike again to- even at conservative figures well
,dSay-he remnants of more than above 100 million dollar&.
1&34,000 who left their jobs. earlier
in the week in contract disputes Ward's reports said General Mo.
etwith General Motors' plants. tors' automobile production alone
f The. parts shortages and the un- was 12 per cent lower than last
Balance fi parts left by the strikes week's strike- -depleted mar k.
*shut down 20 other GM plants, Truck production at GM plants al-
'.dling 55,000 more workers, so was cut. Ward's said Chevsolet
S..Genetal Motos ..lhbd t anuff' car ioduction, which had been at
.out the last o .t4Ae strikes before the 46N w-* e mark, slipped to
,pext week. The. international u-17,0 ts wek.
Sion sa id the strikes were due to...
on sa.... Bt. t ws ~feared e- Ford, back In lull production,
a, te. _. f. B u trtkwas would rammed through 38,800 cars, beat-
ene, a w s cs ..h ifg (hevrolet in production for the


.'Y. and the Fisher Body plant at
"W.et Mifflin, Pa., voted to end I
:heir walkouts. in
, General Motors said 45 of its 119
giants have been affected at one 3
*time or another t the strikes. At I
;ene time 13,000, workers were
olff their job.. Atode time or an-IF.
other, some 200,000 different work- i
ers were estimated to have been vF
:ffteeted'at General Motors, with
.,another 76,000 affected last week t

Costs were mounting rapidly by ti
millions of dollars. General Mo- i
tors said it lost 20,000 units cars *d

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Tpes ia Chp0 ub atn laies -C rlie ooba and ol tano fal V irent t gest aofl vo. Cuame we tl Panam ned
Aelrre me the Army, te teaspoon butter mavis. o on i ter ubc o ra n

'avor" t d To comerre weiI""t 'aB" hed n atr o ati tle og ofe Ca.a e
% %du wal thee Paeo b oGerl LDdl loa'd General CostelloT exalted RuN er. the "Th wanoms P o eI 0
s dwehu wr t ---dMce pobe r o a e Fatrr REd CStoe ne a
esan i. c our little Xn'. oaranJoenr i fald. fro La p Pe hwite ,d The teLs-bE h
ipe ron.. ,theclecatiIn areer e ry t .

PSHord, Jph W. CoiI, John ptt. fthl neor'a contributions or thti i Sprinkle with a bit oIy granulatedio atS
foit ds. T. ..swyr, Robert wt. Wleorde. Clinton Navy .. Zwith a drawi o sur. Broke in moderator ovnc e

S2 N. Bohnora obert Turnere Pal oclo Oo k ei, 1 t h voa ti cllfrom Tp rto atw: E. N. Scores or.l niversht o f Panama on o.TuedTu
iyestery we n ve you It o guidance ro Damn at critoeaR. Olo uest ab at Navalue Stokes andd cWe esda











^3aypontshmzey, Georgle n. Hudgins Jr.e Rodmtar. Now. taking al ar Coonadndant gi oft o I Dv sek i in Mar
ien C ountrpart. Hih Sc e ~t e o AdmisSaion to ttr im an. DeLesse m; Pete Addti r he untriles which e an
-P A sopte ,aitentraffc Oattne Totheetterme t o i rh DougAd-l a ArnU, o -l
( ie C orp man eat Pbldcg) o l projects, were dadd now eah v- fotl, Coan.; ,. Slocum guet of ru. sanlUruguay. Hii lnetures q~t

Fl[ : o-o.-.JonF.BL hu and B. Don- kepin th the celoba-T. J. r Jr. fro Crh subjects a ew co
ine 0 a~,-a oti the so en annersay ofRev. A. Dareas guest of A. Ta.fe of the United Stat1s," Cultu





Pr .p m geropula hosa Colon nd Pan-. ral Fatr. h and Economic eveO
e.oRnAmrt ed ma.s;o et o P n AnAuest of toyAopmeoAt," and ore Trade an
,a-*o-iem these ws the establish-Jean from Con 'gInternal vstbilty" wll be de oil-



Ss cup pars l mnt oa a life grd service for
Sat GP op t astel ethe A fe tio pe e sAciano, a on. n
SO o structon of fIe s.fey si alms Dron't be misled! -of P a T












yeteda wea nowhgive you It ah guda cel ne^ r dt Thgrsd ioh1. Te SE .orf ct a-Tet sulte a l t l wesae a
e~rh ch ren of s P lack ie nhic ,o o zne within the city and ate n thercoun is i r e us o
: ,Ptheconestrucitaaon of' pe fh pi
ShoronningL od outside communities nthe th- r Dithrehard tde prich o
p j-s .... Payand .lp eede ..w.e a f o min rilhwaoy. The annual sontri- l "I



eaU. ]~0nres e Qt mb UARTERMASTER CORPS ar rn t their dinner dance I fbr cnd ceen, cutp.om rteo nbutlons to numerous earita ble or-Ia ddAnn
3 gs.a.ldostlig er. Oe Cmwanns.1*d1ur.csionss chopped parsley, alt dnd c usual.V
T.3- ,R CORS, _~seasoning. Cook ntfl .b en f insa In addition one special case was gat all ute$'
em- a?1 a I Al b erown. Pce mat .esemixtn of the 1 ur e .g I cab .b.-t rovidine of ade- anad
ISatId U ACTe R B ..rtor. of a deep baking dish, cover qute braces fo r f chile r crippled


Tlhj lcnratCh^aptel o the Qo.rps nIsctinAs^ietio heldorasnnelf danc. Thuersdray witharalaerofliean slid bpomm ean abe rto wwth- UL se vO
evenig a -e-Aerdea maeion Club to celebrate the ISO annveersalr of the founding of th hard-oile eggs. Place fed chti. out their aid. rtdo a o ctres because t does not
t,, Cor. Gioes of honor iedtnded: Brig. eE. and Mr. Walo w an ken tp o s hair, it does not itch or
er.A a nd s.Nwn erdo oCostel r. T... ..aopp.n: ..The gavel will officially beD otherwises'bother your scalp!
O rs a _huodedt Jn-" ea. N. -embers and their friends were present at this hala eebra- th 3 cans yellow creamd corn ponassed to incoming resident Lu It neve fair give the results desired!
Ss thevn whre mSides eelved from the Secretary of the Army, the 1 tablespoon butter Dvis at an Inuura bal, to be Dsttibutor Int Republic of Panama andt
S l ady, the -atemGae Gersl, Maj. Gen. _Lionel C. MeGarr, com- 1 tablespoon sugar 1held next Saturday at the Streng- the Caal Zon N
ol h-CA a n Ret Exea t dve Vie President of the Quarteraster Aseo- One third cup flour ersH Club. Other officers for the...
readi by re .s Eo N.....ure ge o or .r o d o...add t oe .Shos a mrn. frust vsce president; ose Har- Ne. D "A Srel. Pinaa
r--'--. an Tfried chicken and meat mixture. FiAoCnsI0tonm rA Ri COLON-
d o ewHoard, Joseph W. Coffinb Je ohn.t tms Ydar's conibutantons for t ho o Sprinkleewith a bit of granulatedT
ol "elgas To U.N. r-yer, Robert M Wilor, nton avy ee w a raw o suiar de in moderate o v e nd

memberofthe.anamadoelegca-A._-e G.m W t, eraldJ. Joinsm Adstloe I t the ISdnbar m wsthefreedwmcf- urte we willO O Ue
to t thI M lbrastion of the R i.wohnn Fa. Bmaler, aund n- dance, ( hir m return witl.y to PanU to geet
teso mouding of thr UN ail Humphreety wo thePiLam eayted Pobinedy our 'Coo gOf sT lhe Welo. onun-RD N
IGn on Francisco. Me Pee Of Brcluoa chiena-oseetdrli e by bi ewnHthiaos.cdwiu'ar-wdo e ndIing
m MGrou s E Nature Eleooted To Cee Offices o t e r e cook of this week is a mne o
TripsTolnde Ctoa M.Mru R.....Kee r ig offered. Only one donation perForyTheaMc
oreently go buedlasso fia t fedMpitguel anndeB a1ieo0s couple is necessary for dooSulfa of the huse-I
tripn tt'ero Islad. HighresMaj S. caGsaus .Gxt The danciWn begins at 8:00 p m.
Rpr tsnta- Onet.i. student of --atni- and lasts until 11:30 p.m. With the T
T hose pNrtlotpatxng wereeVir. dranrgs to take place a t 10.00 were p
grnlrdtaafrv EWootecewh News has just beenreceivedthat p3 concerned aut their igures and But hw about the wife2
eoZ'n y Col. std m y, Mros his fellow frateilti bothers have ,--besides know their cooing, evon.
John Wl seas werkanbd enlecedl him to two offic eefra the James/Trimble whnP viewing new recipes. Of Oe SUtNDAY

Ji D-e daughti e Frn. e, Sgr' Ro (Pr- Law Club) and trea- C in1n a ofrPeef'.c, The q ntitf of s,,gar Is ate. whvIen


Un.",n Bryant. ario uCoors- ,m,,, ,- A"
a ._NOywill i b,0or ies la? ctr
ca arebe 0'a o a l r Wqiers cl 'Union NO;
W& Mc. e who relds .al- a meeting held last TuedayV. nif; s, a .Bdon jewelry sales-
a i.orf etheIsland h ia boa. Other member elected tW guide ma carried vallable gems n his
o. uristl ties of t he the union 1fr the next .two years aotomoblfe I time tb time. He
u so thiaL ttute- o Navy Relief affle are: Milton Horter Jr.; vice presi- didWt. *mt 6t have the stolen,
SAnd Dance Teolght dent; Paul Bramlett, recording so he had a burglar alarm installed
dj Mt aelal Closing tonight is the drive for secretary; John Everson, finan- in the car. The alarm went off one
J.Jr cial stcretary, .nd William J. Dor- day, but nobody stopped the thief
A t social will be. gan, treasurer. who escaped with $3,000 in gems.
.. t- U0 -JWl Armed Fore- lA.U.A rOUD III -
* vicel. Center on Sunday, llrm ~ v roup K



taune are really t WAS IN3TON. June 1 (UP) .AT COX give. out withthe'
t -The Senate Appropriations the hottest piano in town-

MIbu, First Secretary matters" money bill which n from idnht to 4: am.
at, M IEmbassy left Pana- eludes Prealdent Elsenhower's with s popular
m an s4 y 10,th_ June byo-- ,a for Ty.u
eaes ja4 tfe'tree r The bill, for the fiscal yar be-a ** TBIO EL ARRANQUE

Week A White house Budet ureau
tewo pctures "Rome-The E- and Council of Economic Advis-
m rnarand hM iamiit h IC r as-es




roqdh of America" will be shown The bill, $1811,400 under the
h public is cordially invited $12.589,450 more than the same
and there- is no charge This is agencies spent in the current ,
ante pre-The Station n the fiscal year. Of the total $490,000 the hottest pnon ton-
"Round the World" series being st ear-marked for the admnis- V
pt a at the Y.M.C.A. traon's disarmament program. AT A
mo- headed by Harold E. Stassen.
a rt and DInner The $490,000 was included in a
r. l Mrs. Bailo Ger en- dered by the House, which (one th
ert dwith a cocktail party at would finance "ecal projects" (
t-r in Colon for their that cut across the reponsibmll-
dia ranes, her face, Mr. ties of tud regular overnmenof the
H d F. Egger, ad members f department and agencieAs. -
SUitorians Meet
'Hos pret Iwith isa Geri
and Mr. Egg "r were: Mr. Wil- Tom-r r. In New
ro Eer, who will be ow Tbebl, $ uner
t b tY.M.C.A..He.rer Arncon Locuatiruon -
Mc r y a id oune 2 tat,0 lagrthan emes-







Tslade Tpledao, Marisel Qy$, hold the first service in its mew
A. V.. lrs Goldi sHati e location, Bldg. 362 Ancon ,oule-
Mnd there. istoea Motehiro Gino ard, in Ancon, tomorrow at 10:-
Sca the Worlrd Egg eir, Donald 30 ar-m.rked for the admns-lI






t s at the Y.M.C.A. ltrah tis t rma ment program.
S a g.- G e .i : building situated mo n otcon
r.&AMrs. and Mr. Boulevard midway between 4thIrIby e Hoe
Ui with a cocM a l arteir awo July Avenue and rot" aO IC -0j .









Sa r te. that cut eristhe r Wshig r that g s up to
t viranies, far f f Marnc e Amud oth reaul Soernice 5tiW- o fres h flavor protection
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TRANSPORTS BAXTER. S.A.
Packers Shipper. Moers
1 2~45 1 --2256
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
'idinds JumPinO leuses do"l'
I to 5 p.m. Phone 3.0279
or by vepeaintmnt.


"' Mateh-Stick Bamboo
D l rapeo
* VenetianI Biunas
', -Traverse Curtains
S31ausg r Wood Jalou"le
Call 2-304? or 3-4904
9stimatOe Glve- Without
SObligation!.
Distributed by.
Productoa de Madera, S.A.
Central &. (between Kodak
buildtal ihlftl& Ave. Store).



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Danc Se-. 5 to IS pi.
CUM n ebeol a.am. to II noon
|i~bes-t23, After 5 p.m. Fee. 2-iO
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FOR SALE
Household
WE OFFER genorous trade-In
en Rohipcraters, Stoves t(Ior*,
se. as or electric), Easy washk
Ig Machkie" on putchses of
Frilideiro ell-perieoen rof-.
ato, TapMn stven atnd y
washing machines. PFree pprs-
hi, consult Mr. Goaniles.
ECONOGAS. S.A., Pheno 1-
0985. 3-0919, 3-0909.
FOR SALE: Uprilht Nal
deepfraose, electric an, Sun-
beasm ixmastor, E. motor,
washing machine, all 60 cycles.
Metal top table, etc. Phone iBl-
boo 2975.
FOR SALE: Living room set.
reasonable price. 12 St., Central
Ave, 11163, Apt. 15, from $*
I Iem. or after 7 p.m. Colon.
FOR SALE:-4-piece Guatome-
le* rtop set dining table, six
chl~ri metaltl draseor with mir-
4r, rir lamp; Kenmore wash-
ng machine, good condition.
2145-4A Curundu. Phon* 4294.
FOR SALE: Chinese carved
desk and furniture, lamps, ven-
etian Minds, Set. and Sun., 3
p.mi to 5 p.m. 6216 Los Rios.
FOR SALE:- Household furni-
ture: piano, dining table, redio,
glider standing lamps, chinde-
lier, wardrobe, drener, washing
machine, refrigerator, bar. Pa-
raise 103-H. Phone 4-639.
FOR SALE:-RefrigrotorN Frigi
dire 60 cycles, new condition.
A bargain. Phone 3-5159.

Help Wanted
WANTED: Healthy. clear,
honest reliable maid. Take care
of 2 children, cook, and general
housework. Apply House No. 1,
I lth Street, Apt. 4, Parqeaue Lo-
fevre.

FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALs:-WIoser motorbike,
reedy to drive away, $25. Phone
254U 11.


US Army Has


1576 Dogs


In Service


WASHINGTON -(UP)- There
re now 1,576 dogs serving the- U.
Army fi the Far East, Europe,
and the Arctic.
For service in the far north a
small number of huskies, mala-
mutes or Eskimo dogs are main-
tained. They pull supplies to re-
mote outposts, such as weather
stations.


German shepherd dogs perform
sentry duty,. Qualifications for
these members of the "K-9 Corps"
call for 22 to 28 inches in height;
weight, 60 to 90 pounds; age, be-
tween one and one-half years.
Males are preferred, but there are
some females used.
Dogs have been used throughout
military history. The Romans used
attack units of dogs. During the
Middle Ages dogs wearing suats of
armor were used to defend large
convoys. Messenger dogs were
used by Frederick the Great and
the North American Indians ha4
dogs for pa ,andraft work..
In World 7'II and the Korean
campaign, dogs were used for
messengers acout, mine detection
and sentry duty.


Most Army dogs go through a
12-week training course. Sentry
dogs usullly can zip through thea
course in igbt. The dog's basic
training teaches him such com-
mands as beel, sit down, cover
stay, crawl. and jump. He becomes
accustomed to muzzle, gas masks
and to ridg in to all kinds of vehi-
cles and to gunfire.
The d then undergo" special
kled training for whatever function
for which they are best fitted.
They may be assigned scout duty,
sentry or medianger work:
Surplus dogs must be "demili-
tarized" under a Quartermaster
Corps program before sale or W
turn to cliiam owners. .e7t
try to convince the animals every
human is a friend. If they are so
picious, they talk gently to the
dogs. Th dog s are subjected t r
series of tests. People ride t
them on bicycles and they are
handled by men in civilian clothes.
They are subjWt to a fiU.l hehk
by veterhariaei.
T7e quartermaster geaIral is-
rea citatin eertlflcates to4wners
of brave W efficient Arip dogs.


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALI.-1950 Joep "Lend
Rover," perfect running condi-
tion. Can be mee t 'Le Mo-
dern' la. Gae Station on 50th
Stro^ ell Vista,.
FOR SALE: 1941 Packard,
$550. Cll 2-2964. Houa 0932
Amador Road.
FOR SALE--'48 Chevy, excop-
tionel condition throughout. Ori-
gilal block finish, clan, runs
perfect, excellent rubber. Owner
leaving Isthmus. Phone 25-
3111.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
dbl Air 4-deor, with radio, EZI
glass, upholto ry. 2-ton* paint,
very god condition, Col Smoot
& Hunnicutt, S.A., Pnme 800
Colon.
FOR SALE:-1952 lu[lk Super
Rivierao with dynnflow, odio,
22,000 milte. Very Iobd condi-
tion. Call Earl Pearson, phone
230 Colon.'
FOR SALE: 19419 Chevet
Deluxe, lood timre. o condi-
tion. Priced to sell. iPhone 6-
3191 or .6-7115.
FOR SALE: Bargain. 1947
Studebaker Coups. Good trans-
portotln. To bo soldo01 i. Only
$150. Smoot. & Hunnicutt, S.A..
Colon, R.P.
FOR SALE:-1952 Plymouth 2-
door Sedanetti. Very good son-
dtion L for $800. Cell Sn~o &
Hunnicutt, S,A., Phone 800 Co-
lon, R.P.
FOR SALE:--1947 Dodge Con-
vertible, good transportation. For
$225. Call Earl R. Pearson, Tel.
230 Colon.

Bel Air 4-door. W/Power Glide,
radio, 2-to' w/W tire, 10000y
mites. Cll Smeot Hunnicutt,
S.A., Phone 800 Cl*on .-.
FOR SALEA- 1951, Odsmobie
4-door 8g, with hydrmeotic, re-
die, very good condition $1200.
Cell SmWt & Humnkeftt. S.A.,
Phone 230 Celon.
FOR iA M : .- I O Copemr.
Pick-up, dluty poa? for $i00.
Call Smmot & Hnnitutt, S.A.,
Phone .lo ClWon.
FOR SALE: t952 Nash Am.
hoiseda 4:dr, with radio, up-
holsh.ry uty paid, very good
monimmg. For $300. Call 210
Colon, R.P.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Canverti, Power Glide, with
radio, now paOint Job, new uphol-
story sid tires. Cell Smoot r
Hunnicult, Phone 800 Colon.


FOR SALE:-1949 Peckard 4-,
door tidon, nOW point lob. Coll
Smoot o Hunnieutt, Phono 100
Colon.e,

FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge 4-
door Seden, very good condition.
fluid drive. For $1275. Coll
Smaoot Hunnicutt, S.A., Colon

FOR SA.--"MG" Sports Roeed-
ter, f lw mileage, $675. No
trade. .Pon Colon 74 office
hour, Mr. Roeski.


FOR SALE: --. 1952 Hillman
Minx Convoslhble, ood condi-
Hlen $600. Font Kobke 4-3179.


FOR SALI:--950 Brick Super
Riviere Sedae. *dyelow, radio,
god condition $650. Call Clay-
ton 5144.

FOR SALE:-1954 Buick Road-
meeter Riviem. 1500 miles.,
power toerlng, power brakes.
deetrie wi8 di_ andW set, twin
turbine. dlymlow. radie. heater.


up light. windaI
end custom trim. o

FOR SALE:-1949
tien Wagon. woed
anti-rot and tornit
new upholsery ad
end meter nwcalo
Most eml. la#6o"
endhIa.; ft 4:30


p. A RAYMONDO


Op all "' "


MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICs AN0NYM0US
*OX 2031 ANCON, CZ.
DR. SCHOLL'S tined Chirmp.-
dist. Alexondr, Jist. Aesome-
no No. s5. P.hFe l-2217.


FOR SALE
Miscfelaneoft
.** ..
FOR SALE.- Micolle anoe
household good bedl, electric
fen, refrigerto, screens, plants.
Phone o lboe 4171. House
0584-D, Ancon.
FOR SALE:-+Nw 3p.gellon gs
hot water heater, chro1a dinette
set, portable 75 r.p.m. record
player. Call 3.6286.
FOR SALE: Craftsman bolt
sender, univensel mtor, carry-



boel, drummer throne. Phone
Balboa 2-2640.

FOR SALE: Golf club s, 2
woods, 6 Iron, I putter. Phone
Gambe 6-441.
COMPETENT and Reliable Plano
Tuner Technician. Chergpeo mod-
Orete. Cell 3-3975 or 3-3694.
FOR SALE: One foot locker
end one wardrobe irunk in Sa*d
condition. Reasonable. Call 3I-
426.1.
FOR SALE:-ro-nd new Gener-
el Electric camera exposure mo-
tar, complete with leather case.
Cheap. Call ile41bo 2-2775 Sat-
airdey end Sundoy.

FOR SALE: Undqrwood type-
writer and R.C.A. washing ma-
chine $15 each. 8167 Morgan
Avenue. *Ilbo*.
FOR SALE-Fr sh out ldleolH
every day. A ll oon, gletnise.
Home delIvory, Semte FP Flwer
Shep, CnIrel Avyneim em oer
12nd Stret. Phone Plnaeme -

--- -Fflte.'""""""""""""""" iiik
Stiton Wige, dlt,:n
fine condiltien d O; 13.st
diamond rIn; I it-onedin-
mend ring with poned in antor.
Ring vle $500 o$ k. My


FOR SALE:-Baby Orchids, Coa-
oeges, Bouquets delivered any-
whore U.S., Penema and Conal
Zone. Als Hospital, Birthday
Bouquets. Phsoe Panama 3-
0771; Cristobol 3-,1033.


FOR SALl--Toking o rer for
Mynoah Bllrds, world's best talk-
ers. Available once each year.
Phone Balboa 3169.
FOR SALE:-1952 Morris, duty
paid; movie camera, projector,
editing ouipment. 7201 Curun-
du till 9 p.m.
FOR SALE: Tropical fishes,
geldfishe, eqeatic3 bld, do end
eat applies. CAT OWNERS:
Kitty Litter hero at lst. ACUA-
RIO TROPICAL PET SHOP, 49
SVie Epaie. Phone 3-5411.


FOR SALE-Fouder too, het-
teory charer,, vulcenizer, com-
presser, vise and ether things.
Paroee 103, Apt. H, Phone 4-
639.


FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION 6.1.1 Jt bult
modern fumiehed apartments. I,
2 bedremn, nt, sold winter.
Phone Paneam 1-4941.


FO REINT--Furabhed end on-
furnished 2 and 4*-raen me--m
p*rtment. Cntalet ALHAM-
BRA APARTMENTS, 10th St.,
Phone III Colo. .
FOR RENT -2-badraim scrner
apartment, lving-dining room,
screened $5. iSeliseri Parral
No. 56, key epertment No. 6.
Phone 2-2316 or 3-0234._
FOR RENT:- Lerge 2-bedroom
furnished eperment $110. Tiv-
Oli Aveone. Cell elbaea 1166.
FOR RENT--Furnlshed 3-room
apartment. Phone Casper, eal-
boe 2-4395, 3:30 to 7 pm.
FOR RINT:-All s rtned med-
ern 2-bdroms opartament in El
Congreoe. Call: daring, office
hours 2-2575; efter ke hours
3-3742. =
FOR RENT.d 2-bod-
room apartmOo &l. only, $80
monthly eone mily;. $90 if two
families. hone 3-5047, First
street end Golf Heights.
ATTENTION C.I.- Furnished
aportnment, N aO r t h Amerlcqn
neighbors, frequent ntranporte-
tion, $50. Call 1-0471.
FOR RENT:--Moden apartment
furnished: living raom, dining
raom, perch, kitchen, garog.
46th Street No. .42. Phone 3-
1423.
FOR RENT: -' Smell furnished
epertment. No. 23 Peru Ave.
SPhone 3-1177 or 2-0710.


Command Chages

At Ft. Kobbe Bring

Three New Chiefs
Changes of command, involving
assignments of two new battalion
conpmandeus and the. Deputy ost
commanders, took pluce sT oQ
Kolbe yesterday.
Taking charge ae First
lion commander is Lt. CoL. Clyde
V. Britton, previous Dyputy Pot
commander. Lt. Co BrCttoi sert-
ad in the Pacific theater in WW
U and the Korean campaign. He
holds the Bronze and Silvere Stars
awards.
During the past two years in
the USARCARIB, Lt. Co Birtton
was also thief of plans and opera-
tions In be G-4 section at Fort
Amador;
Coming from the States to serve
as Seoad battalion Is Lt. Col
John H. CampbelU.
IA. Col. Campbell served with
the 3d Infantry Division in Korea
and for the. past three years has
been on civilian component duty
with the Arkansas Military Dis-
trict at Little Rock. He is the hold-
er of the Purple Heart and Silver
Star, among other awards.
Assuming the post of Deputy
Post commander is Major James
E. Stacey, former First battigion
commander, relieving Lt. Dol.Irit.-
ton. Tbh major has also held poi-
tions of regimental S.1 and S3
officer and Second battalion xe-
cutive officer in the 33d Infantry
regiment. He was awarded the
Distinguished Service Cross for l
heroism In Korea.


Pioneer Silent Film Star


Carlyle Blackwell Dies
-0o-.


eld washers MIAMI, June 18 (UP) -Carlyle ture-day lackwell" because he
6-3115. Blackwell, pioneer silent screen appeared in so many-a total of
star who was mobbed by 20,000 309 in hi lifetime.
Mercwr Ste- New York women before t he He gave Alfred Hitchcock his
jated with movies ever heard of Valentino, first chance at directing and Mad-
to -und died of a heart attack today with elin Carro her first actmI as-
, pi t ,i hi fifth wife at his side. He was signsont.
at. 1.M 71. His first wife was Ruth Harman
2 o se t Bilackwell was costar with and of Chicago, whomn" he married in
w0 d tutor of'the most glamorous la- 1916. They had & son and daugh-
0 o dies of the early screen Mary ter Carlyle Jr,, and Carol Black-
Pickford, Marion Davies and na well Miha, both df Holywool Cal-
^ '.*- Claire among others. His m a r- If., before their marriage broke up
riages were as romantic and tern- in 19115.
petuous as his roles. While in England he married
But since he married his one Leah Baraato, whose fither's-dia.
time secretary, Ann Enoc h, in mo mine fortune, was estimated
1948 the still handsome actor had at obe-alf Ullsion ollUars.
Ih:.ed here quietly. He andt ah r 0 ae dlpvae
The handsome Blackwell rocket- ight yearlater h Reno, Nov..
ed to fame and fortune. He vaulted and t iha h had ajti '
from water boy in the.Bastable wIeA a Aorn r
Theater in Syracuse. N.V., to be- ZlIgh lId5 .to h ._ .l.I
come the first movie star to earn third wife of ToI uXvi.-
$2.000 a week. In between he THI edd W la rei 195 U
worked as a ranch hand and a just ttr he had beIJ her a $150,-
window decorator. 000ie. m roeIsld,C
^', He reached stardom in 1913 Aliey souredO ma ,
when he made "The Little Queen" waited 10 ears
with Mary Pickford. to te aUWvr d tS .
Then came such pictures as cy .O KU Eb
"the Puppet Crown" with I n a who was twice widowed left
Claire, 'The Burglar" with Madge 'imble fertifle acehn .
Evans And "The Restless Sex" H! s fO
wit Marion Davies. Is .
Blackwell returned to Now York 4 1 d& =
inm 116 and was besieged by ie a
^m f 0,20.000 women In Madiso Square n .e I..; NO
GArlen.. .3F -nor-
, .Re went to Lomdoa and was re-
aM* I nb1* ceived the same way. e h be

elb abI&el1ea. Ger a" []M-
MactkWG4 WaM 40sws ~~~lmM S ^B


RESORTS
i
WILLIAW S I l Cla a ebob

. m. klk.
spoars fumlsoed house n
beadsat Smnam im. Telephone
Tbhe... eBap C177.
PHlLLI" 01iido 6 CtMages.
SelCt m CO. 435, mllebs.
htmePaoeme 1-.177, Cris.-
61l 5-1111S.
POSTAWS COTTAE.. -.** mi.
past Sal a Cle. Low ats.--
Plmamn B lbe 18%6.

LESSONS
MODERN CREATIVE DANCE.
Intfertln chellnging dre-
mtic. Clwi for fteon-eers
and yvuag adbl. For informs-
tion cll:U Jaa Sresit, Paneme
3.-3608.


The "Dbnei School" for teen-
ag girle who d not want to be-
come rofseidonlIs. Posture cor-
rection, Frolk dancing. Modern
Jess, Top, and voice control.
Phone Lene Sears, PANAMA
3.0327.
SFORRENT

Rooms
FOR RENT:-Oo or two fur-
mnehod roeome, private bath, go-
rage end kitchen if desired. 7th
S Av. No. 18, .one street after
Comisorihto II Coco. Phone 3-
2147.T,

Po ition Offered


WANTED: RADIO TECHNI-
CIAN. Experience in electronics.
Part time work for U.S. firm.
Fctory expert will tain you In
Penemo. Ocoesional sheet trips.
AH expases and selery. School
bgins. June 14. Write uxpori-
ence to Apartede 494 Paneama.

WANTED
Miscellaneous


WANT. a-a4 home fo 5-
year-old f1 ile leto de. Very
ontie. Phone a ename 2-1172.


Early Mornng Fire

Desroys Buidigs

A Silv er Springs
OCALA, Fla., June 18 (UP)-An
early-morning fire destroyed two
main bWildingp at famed Silver
Spring yesterday b sut pared the
deer and reptile farms and the
glassbottom boats through which
thousands of tourists have viewed
marine life in the clear spring
waters.


'The los was estimated at
30,000 by William B. Ray, one
of the owners of Silver
Springs. He said it was fully cov-
ered by insurance.
Night wathcman William Me-
Donald, who discovered the blaze,
was overcome by smoke from the
leaping faame but no injuries
were reported among the firemen
who battled successfully for
more than two hours to preserve
th buildings.
Seven shops and the adminis.
traction, advertising and publicity
offices housed in the two build-
lags were destroyed but no dam-
age was suffered by the reptile in-
stitute., the docks with some 30 or
40 glass-bottom boats, the c a r-
riage cavalcade andthe d e r
ranch.
Ray said a "good soaking rain"
which fell last night kept thefire
from' spreading.
e said the glass bottom boats
would probably be available tp
tourists tomorrow with other at
traction possibly goin into opr-.
ation again within a few days.
fThe re broke out about 3-a.m.
and by 35:0, "the buildings had
burned to the round," assistant
fire chief G. F. McCray of Ocala
said. Three fire trucks, two from
the State Forest Service, sped to
th scene bitt were unable to save
the buildings.
M]Cray sai d the cuse of the
Efoeod not Immediately be de-
Sd* ..

MOeasont.r FrOes
It's Real Rugged
SC.UYLER. Neb. (UP) -
Pleassat 1 g have been regarded
as' r birds, but the Roy
Nealpi 1mh y learned the hard
w7 jost how tough the birds are.
s the family prepared for bed
It ao t lt weak. a tremeadU
I eau waea.'.. on the'r dinit
Yo. Investigating,the
found a pstrem satad. mashed
eP0u 2 a rstem sash aat reula


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FOR R : let two bed-
reons 'lhem g-dinf WI-m, me~id's
eem, 2 p -eqs. Vip Porres,
Cerrasqule Iet Stiset No. SS.

PVistm, H.ea. E"g

FOR RINT -Chelot: four bed-
'roomIy dining rapm,'tving room,
kitcaba, pontv.L othis, garage.
Phone. fro, .2;36 to 6 p.m., 3-

11. RIUNT -ChoIet, two bed-
mamii ^rthtit, livin room,
po I, gerge ,et; urnisied.
iN Franshcl. Can Sunday 3-

FOR RENT:- Furniihod house.
Call 3.4736 from 3 to 6 p.m.


FOR SALEg--1937 Fud, mnter
2 yean old. Cheap lnpepore-
,tre. 0818

CASTING NOBILITY DONE WITH TAC

"THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA'
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"THr BAREFOOT CONB8A, c g- rele V to
"Central" Theatre, Is packed wi-tnttob~tty.A than *4
hundred assorted prlnces. prinoeies,- dukes. duches,.
counts and counteses flower (4 Italy's nobilty pay
thbielves In the film, the daring Inside story AtO great
acti epe' lives and loves.
"THE BAREFOOT CONTaB A" was' written and direct-
ed by Joseph L. Maktlewlc, and filmed in .Techn-icol in
Italy. The cast la headed by Ava Gardner, Humphe 1.
ga,, Edmond O'Brien, Valentlna Contesa, Rossano.
aid Mariu s Goring. Adt.


BACKGROUND FOR DREAMING --k .;.isa.
paserby gather as Shiva, a Preacb.Indoetma arlepquagenc
exercises se.petmaalae "Itajah." The lS-fot ptiu las-ae. aJ
srve saaks ueeddn the dancer act. .
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ALl3 G ASm SEARCKRB Fo. Tr wo Vilod s Divorce bDeindants Waier Winchell y tfind friend.
....." Sought In Judge's Disappearance t""'^,gI* ,.,
live it all from the First Hello' Daily Variety: e common-
'-0-. 'o- t ot Last Good-bLae. states in his shirt sleevs, etc. The
WBWl PALM BEACI, Fla., York. They weri met by the -- vice of having an offstage
June W1 (UP) Investigators ly other child in the family, Mrs. Backstage at a musical: 1st Cho-ivoice tell him when to get off the
uoight O twp vincidctive defeudati Geowrge W. Wright of Gainesville. mine: "Did you read WW'seol-;air isx too closely identified with
i ad vorcases today for grilling uma about horus girls?" jWinchel. Might try 'a cuckoo1
4 the dis ar4ance of a stern IInd:4 1'I. e a't read. Only clock.. .
NeW himswife. .ount!,..!,
ti S. Kirk and DutyL
W.. s Lawrence said t A dress phoned his partner Lan. er quoe:
ope trsuspetswhe found after midnight and said: "I'.m at dressed for th evening and all
S--Wteld shed some light on the the office. I opened the safe ready to leave. I take one last
three -day-ld ystery of wb H at- VART I noticed $3,000 missing. What'll I look at myself and ask: -Now what
!,ha to Judge C. C. Chilling- Unit ree Staff Cerrespoede t do?" can I take off?".I-
wor I, .and hjg57-yea old wel, le.rW oi (UP) Her"'s Put It backil AlWell, now lemAme see. .
Marjotle.m bootre iclng *ew to lower your a lf- aa dlee
o re"0-the" correct grip maed, Walla-Walla is the double-est
S The wealthy couple vanished t it te dub handle. Gretna Green is the couple-est
S from their70,000 summer beach e to the shape of hamni Pittsburgh is the smokilest
c sotta#e l"ules south of h bre properly placed on a club or the Coney Isle's the hokiest
leavlMg only sa bood-sta ined trail best awing, this new golf grip s La Vegas is the riskiest
down aipath to the ocean: ide sed as a short cut to aco Rye (N.Y.) is the whiskiest.
The jud e, senior jurist in the q gthe right .gP_ a n. I -Christy Wilbert
Palm each rcuit, assigned him- The Bakelite pastic handle iss
self to all capital punishment eas- available in separate sizes for Eavesdropped in the park near
s in the circuit and also to variI me4, women and youngsters. t the carousel:
ow' oth *cases when he was not can be attached a to any golf cSb. "Is Davy Crockett Jewish?"
y Two V-shaped markings dicate 'No, but Dr. Salk isf(1
The other cases included many exactpositions for the. thumb
divorce suite in which the judge and forefinger of each hand. The
Was kwya" to favor the wife when other, fingers then fal nturall "Mr. Winchell: I know what I
.... Wa to favor the wife when % woul do witta "t wete from
Wlot .may ver weli be the finest away f top-tch ildr were involved. ntplace in comfortable ri w o w ha letter m
t~ ever. alsem l for any picture, adorns "THE BA9I- n one of his cases the man g s which cirelethe mold d Peron to Jack Dempsey tha tis
ONTES i en colo, openssoon t e en thtenl athejudge,' St her i f handle for either the ovrlappminm a eler dispelad in the
OTUrS4Avin h IAKirk said. "He swore he'd get e- or interlocking tp of gip. as Me rs eat ck Mau
'TS AREFOOT CONTESSA," written and directed by van. We want to get himbl and s- Te flexible, ong-wearing pls rce Scott Arlington AVAILABLE I
J3a&ph L. MMandewle (fourtipme Acade49 wa&d w$ner), tion him but so far the officers tic handle resists the effects of J Dart sighs: Millions of
str ,-Av-Qa rer,_ Humphrey Bogart, wdmond O'tBrn, have been able to find him." moisture and d i roy ae s a 25-60 CYCLE
An D $, Rossano srazzi and MarimpGerlaing. Deputy Lawreace said he had Co., Maplewool, N. J.)
toi a t Sa darm g story of a famous intera- uncovered ua lvr another similar case n struction with one continuous CL tTo
tior film ctfta whoconstantly seeks a lovethat seems which one of the litigants made A new aluminum alloy has been Irstrand of rubber, a 'process that st with Adjustable Tom Chaber.
rTOTs o o developed for sair n es ing the maker claims adds distance to A deluxe Voice of Music portable
ph nJoaton in r e and other parta taly. Advt. a s about the judge depu- faster tha ts Of"UaU. p ithe shot and makes for true put- phonograph of tailored beauty, You
.- satd search a s ilso on f o r The .alloy, il, ,Withat ls ting. Of standard size and weight, cian adjust toone of extr-large speaker
.. ...: .. .. atp1a .. temperatures as igh as ,d i the balata cover is scmllyto ssof room oceof
declared-he did not grs Fahrenheit. Thisallow t t treated with a new paint at en- acoustics of any om. Choice of
hr .ow of any other suspects, de- stand up under high-frtin eat es the ball to say white longer. re ay or
spite a report a state investigator which has posed a A rea t. the .United States Golf Association ap- B rown Leatherette. Siesta Switch turns
said there are "three definite sum- use of aluminum, a key material proved, it will retail for $1,10 and off everything after last record plays.
ets." He also said he did not for aircraft "skins," in supersonic will be sOld In pro shops only. Exclusive Lazy-Lite. ejects records with
ow o any break expected any plane ... t (Colt Golf, N. Y. C.) lid closed.
time soon.. Ins a plane flying more than
"I've known' the judge for 25 1,000 miles per hour, the friction
II. ti ADy ears," the deputy said. "I just with air generates terrific heat in THE PROOF
can't believe they have been ab- the kin. Combined with engine CONVENIENT TERMS!
Ss e a its ^ducted and I don't know whether heat, the temperature In some FAILS CITY, Neb.-(UP)-Vis- .
,they hav been killed. Either way, parts cold go beyond the efti- itorshere -used to smile to them-
-- U,- though, I'n afraid they left their ciency inLof present aluminum selves when Bill Copeland would A
H (NE-A) f. Ex-s tbit d sa .ryy ,a, estate by boe." alloysbi T(fAluminum Co. of Ameru- tell them of the dividend checks
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President and as a West Point cadet in a true-as-life story
of Sergeant Marty Maher who. Sa athletic Instructor at the
U.S. Military Academy. brought up generating of cadets,
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Swas c rined be- to drive n Bobb Avln the with 228 points in the Class .
e h changed mind th Innin of the night gae' A archery contest for boys. Jo- Tl, as Mr. a shes .
S usn hmsely walking Kel last to ogie the ndians a 3- t n- eb Ford of La Boc taed 17- to s poar. known.o S
on Nrle h s for condce George used pringly only when the lit an eight-rnd ..
Stdemn fou of a third win without a loss. oind of Parai s with 78 pont i by nedd a st. Hence a
lox' third-bae ma f ouled- In,,n,+ Wond- SaraaI l a oand bo t Wi ,.u..SS .. .21 ae#

ninth- inning ntch intended to The Baltimore Orioleu beat msde third place followed by Wil- Atl-ant r allI -e hlim 95 oint should have been four-roand tWOimnares.
be a fourth ball st el ordered the Detroit Tigers. -2, in I11 In- linam Millet of Santa Cruz, with 61 Atlantic lk l pres v orthe little-ation _The u h ea. nt. fwill allow ol) m .
cher Whiteford pitch to nin and the Kansas Ci Ath- points. N6 4Wn b 750 he saw, but was not. Jerry ls Jans eermnve ricd lTap New,, C:
tell and the veteran third-sack- letics downed the Wasngton Alex der Scantlebury of Parail- NavPlai 0 a star In his own right, itll ths crowd plfto h.
field for the blow that ave the lean League games. competition with' m 'points. He Gibraltar e o o50 d bet to win the 1955 Aland natve ashor or a tou oo ,
ceWhite Be a 2-1 victsomiry over the was followed by Joseph Drew of U nispo.t *..4 2 .26 Bdbetbtowinthe 1955 Atn nativ hhr foltu oS
Ww Y Y ngKe s Chuc Dgering's 1lth Inning Rainbow City with Z13 points, Ra- t Bs kueatb Leage arcr.ingAirhee Pil
en wag since oen- le tied pitcher Artr h8 dio FerandezofLaBoca wit 131 Net Gamer ie )tr no t alone in Napyu de- p a n lb r or. T
ing day to try the play,' Kell loc from first base and gSae points, and Robert Warren of San- owe br termnaon to win despite pre- returning here. firs effd Lopaots. ic y 0'()- 1 Vie
revealed after the game. "In our the former Yankee left-hander ta Cruz with 57 points. Powei 'v r t r -season predictions. Frank Doran, Edwin will be shooting to re- ,1,'" and t W r ( ,- a
st ame bby ant of the his second win. The los Bob In the Class C contest Ray who until lat Wednesda night ain his winng ways following
Kansa City Athletics threw mel Porterfield's eighth also mark- mond Wedderburn of Rain"bo. w Ci... By on' S..NS. .. was leading the lea yue n scor an, his,,, .winnin wass fol le,,sow .-.
bas an stood ed Washnton' nnth 10 lead is opponents wit th Possibly only because the Nwas leading thelein c .-
hber li keaummyand tokames hAnl o r t ocarrero. score of 284 pints for first ace. vid Station quintet, had won lis last sy drummer th on j. 041 .
em. made up mind then making his second start after Suceeding him were George their third consecutive cha- is the season and then the l one suffered bydwin -
M ile third plc folowe by.. Wil. an rs. Hence
S I'd wing at one of 'em if I got bn onthe disabled list for mbers o Sant Cr with 2 s oin, lohiln one of sand athoyen a te ly n u e enra 0 @ -
t innhe huco" bFtwo months, lead to 11 -won his first name sarnett del Rioto th Paraiso wit ir biggest blua ndeittinr ira on 1Nigh .sofe 4, t A a
the for Kansas Cltidhoutyhaa ln althougbar- 193 points, and I ri Caeas of arl M cClalyn and Dick R- cmitee rto e F. Aas. Aleguas hasn100 2115 10
hel's ahastes Gordme atic r-needed relief aid from Bobby La Boe with 1 396 oinnts, rti theope ang o thane 1t5 a f-fm- seen much sthmin action i.lgp n
Sian steveNens Fo id a oul- ati and Tom ooman. inda G ordon ot p artisoned p gain. .CHS, C.C and now.. a .. C Erii ,n f .o
oldr it the n oston e hdint mIn the National Leag e e int acott rgir Whn the'. Tars opened the '5 fledged starter of the defending rank s.1 ,
toben'theobestAfighttonhe thepa cd -e ed ,

Slne oku bno t It their lead to 11e games when points. Runners up were i r a to them; they were with- ri. N, t a N taondhe senlael T an dLbohe G ame)I s **
eunhe Lou is M cFrline of Santa Cruz wi t h out Jerry Stelzer, 4e1 rgee 15tt, -The Anantc id .tf oa u o takes
ther d r r Mad 1m0 raots and ptihL Chevannes ooCarl McCR hgIuyn and Dick riu rar Ia atar a u 000 00-0
Sind ater Geore Ited r that Included two ho ni- Rainbw City with 134 points. p. There was rtnl nom the Atlantic Basketball League rin e cres o a ie
ther ontded fourth ball fe ou era by Duke Snider and one Chy Ca an of anBo it aces for- pl ay o of their regular ached,- h inning steak. p bescott Is e lli. W il...e m 4 M
S oe d ay heDitcDon Neweombe. snider took first place in the Class B powerful quintetand the out- uled games at Mrgale ta on th ped the avorte to Gr (r) and Wtru, (ight Game
ey ante ha e no leads the mors with 22 valry with 238 points. Next were going manager, Br c terno toi f the outh eprmake Thon o These n.
tie before 23,744dfans at rounowled-trhppers w a ..hile N e w- Jean Sobers of Santa Cruz with Wth a sigh "the eflly.t ver of the annual de D boy sd to ak a eig. Spahn, Crone (1-1) and Cran __ 0100019 001-.- 1 O
ranee admiue whoy ad obob 'sleld total of fin e Is onlyd 160 points and Tiny Walker or Pa. from the 195 season n ow on our ra al. rmk 4
KAiey Dickl Donovdi. v th bgne thort ofBae the Nationam ralso with 153 points. riser is Jer-y HTalni he was. Inasmuch as Naval atio e y" sah)isw Its Hein. I. t. -
fih tro-'aneDur mosenyane Mdiag t eagnrte or a pitcher held Louisa Matthews irom Rainbow nthng but a soond.l A rn" has a regular scheduled Serisce narrow, a no t h 000100 200--3 I
hreiandtae oCity tallied 200 points for first How wron he s 8 e dnt L eaue g amet e day.they Mlin at 1n Mar in is i .....
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FLOTdMERCANTE Scheduled Monday w thirJ td sion ere *-st 0 BM S .|ON 403:0::-1
It dw uflufotbe Philadelphisa eh iLtierlace r in the Class C. compttition, now as the laky Naval Station willo b unabl riioe ave urkont (), ealyne and At- (Nht Game) ,
e rcvd r a the second-place C Jovi o Snta Crue scored cager pcesbeler esaTionver the Montreal Royals ing te Heus . 4 0 1














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se BT C h he o Cs tr hth loss in 13 te oa. as nt uld US than to Cone ohnsop's Mueller, N.Y. nd ou t etle the 2e n8 .b 4 0 0 7















f allh2at Bvrr y Plaes Days ten fre adstpamce to life un- *St ninth victory of the season. Kaus'ski, Cinci. 84 217 37 73 .33f Virdon rh ..ra..N. 4 0 g)0
Klseihatecitory 7 ,Drevom Lea ue Bcla wit1on iet tnder mde in4Johnoon paced 11 hits effectanC'nell, Bklyn. 0 225 40 75 a33 Schoendaenst 3b c3)0 1 3 1
-gtae.NtlsonForsn canaLnaGrof d New Orleans rrevoa ^ tIe week3ofne).iigely v 3r.nadowsa-unl Loe P".10n .hRi.
n rswhen stn Lopt hit o gh ...e.s tr e ... Gnl hi m wibraltar, 0rin il. schedule nd ora- to -n..... .... .8h10.
e nnin t hhomer. Curt Sim- held third place, and Flores Jar- s definite' establsed as Nr for WedneSday night, to lay A Rodrez .....
ory lftFothe WhIthiNtet Sonl o -nlmontwetln h ouorels i3 don of Santa Cruz occupied fourth val Stations aimtoo ticheaftern

ercYnrge Phi nldesl h Balgt ore ph1d.meuo r tah e t t h iqSyracuse Chiefs. eMMontreal Klusa riata mki, Dedlega ..... oulu Lawou ince p .... T e0 0 ,( 0 l
ack of thie ye noke. The Wnit e e ausn to win his ,ourth am s ie n int kept pae by downing the Rich- CampanelYt, Dodgers ... 19 a-Ell-ott .........- I 0 ot







thecout and: they CRu shedt TAM.1CO ui GmonW Virginians, 7-1, whlU the Maysi, Glant ............ 17 Wright To ..po. ..h 0a0e
m went a gfame andar halr while. tob Rush suffered his' Rainbow City m ith in.ed seu- Ha.ll playe ein tamesl dur- twAinbill has been put off tll the fu-0rounde0r w.
(Qtedd of t he h at Ve RA u ie r third place Havatremacya Sugar Mantle, Yankees ........ 15 b-Prainier ...the... IIseso ut hi ws ed
Hoel COanderIo igtu sce- Kings, whose 13-game winning Zernal, Athletics ....... 15 iefen r p .-
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hoW fducd oI S halgames off the paceg nider, Dodger ......... 8 .. .. -
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SSta diM W (Ba sn Wa Idpnc ay by ned l t m a the Mantle, Yankees ........45 b t-Baa on r llas for.W:oght.
aRnoon D r tDono the N deeted Havana, 4-3. Enn, Phsllees ........d..45 8th.
Redoxto victory the feais ured two-"e run rally thal 4
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mama 'a-aTnrivcplor e ii Oph CSicagon, 5et 2i c 25.. .... 228 Newcombe p /aidre 3n1 dew e n1
rgames'41-fr. &, lo N E YORK iJ-Lo lla Dodhr.c. 35 49-a8 Tdta aL 'r o 4 2 i;r.g
S y.p i t hn wiLl B i mewtin of The ioronto Maple Leafs main- - e,. ; A.o, - ... :- ,,4 tt,'t our4 1
Ovrier te M otbrealyos Ishl em 3f .ral. 40'1 0
-in in-,me. Curt ioThe thid ace, andF res: .. is .... :..o
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t heI G RT A on Moda, June 20 at 4:0 te n BIJUMP- y HL on 0020003 L 0 MueUer ,P..4a 18:1146 b5 .M en o.........,4 $a t ti
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aJky nwao on the Cadet track tsp all sprin, although al no ); C. Johnson and Grit- Campanella, DodgerB .... 275 b33 Dodger a, Cal.at30 1 2
HousntpintsaLndone gandw Orifrteleas tme.hi PacLeige play can get underd4hI -
.lan. wai starting the week of June vely over 10 nrgs and hung]Long, PLWIs. 51 150 22 50 .333 Repuaki :,.f... 0 0 '0"5TLW on untl h mae were able' S ,....,.4 0'01 0
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oxwentagameand-ahlfa-whileBobR ainbowCitymaitanthe' Syracuse Chiefs. 'aMontreal lusWewdnki, DyedlegM0 Ltw-enep ..,..0 0 0i0h .1
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6AMi V3ANCUCOTh crtai" l
Arohie M re-Bobe 4 mson ised titles
whiSek -m an only vWwith sup abhe
1. It Olson, a heavily padded iaweightp beatsthfe
a I i t champion, who is generally conceded-despit
veirableantiquity-to be the bet fight In the game, p
for Po* di wouldn't this W epoe the rst of the big felle

S. If Mtoore beats the middleweight champion and look
lthe doilbg, he would '-quality as a challener for Marcla
September, but who would want to pay to se hae It?
There are other possibilities, but in them the headache
tent in notnso rosoune l N.w ,,romla no
te .; facFrYs014on*Ot b p m of a Ib tate for
me. S' M p mtoagb oOrehts manage
St.qp If Olson should win big ay a l' th, Hanagi
A. ..lymide it clear hr has no intend of O the Ho
anborh Cl against the heavyweight c am
the hu'e lty' were to permit.
Woiro thus becomes tdherk o He Nmuso t not only beat
rt tdo t "in the grand manner. OtheMise a Moore-Mar
fight cannot hoea to a a fire dnder the West addicts.
matter of tact, t er~esUms to be very little Intt ort n him
to judge by the dawdling manner in which the tickets are
inor.
S It is no secret in the trade that Al Wenl, who books
e bp ntertais a lofty, dislst ftr Moors. Whether t
based on personal or profes oual reasons Is hard to ay for
Ip case, his preference for September Is one ob Baker
are POs the question of where and how Weill would
S-tb t-o sell Baker as a formidable challenger. Baker has
stopped By Clarence Henry, Bob Satterfield and o ld
Atrc la himself.
The fact is, for better or worse, Weill is going to have to
Sore it the 38-year-old pal of Peron's wins.-and wheth
wins big or little.

NEW YORK MIGHT BUY IT
If Moore can trim to 175 and still be sufficiently strong
'skibfvl to handle Olson-. &real good fighter in his-own clat
t lds to reason he's going ao be much harder to have'
ith. this in aag, t in assuming Moore can get by
-.ew York might go for 4 Maore-Marelano fight. On the
d ot ve the coMblne smioemanIsp pof Barnum and B
"ou' .d~ll ow York a Daker-Marciano fight.
a' e pof the absurdites of t te, recent change-over in the
d O eZoOrutliofAnf wi was t shat the dirto were displhsed
Wsause m fI t haCoeekAU nMeoO figlntht San Frances
stead of New York.
S sin tfrom the fact that the Gar len asd ac operate
4woe mpsIt& r ttloe, and *hr Norris put his fights wa
r-eria muttor of eouaen t4i the dora l, the reaction st
re beeOee of Vast relict rather than petty criticism.
pAmIAtheticall, the Garden ehIane-ove, was neither in
a el nor an action whichcould possibly have taken thedire
unaweM. It hadbeten in the w rks for months. I was in
session of the broad outline of the new set-up a late as
March. As usually haplpns with thes "Off the record" e
s ims. there M a day when y, find the other fellow
you.
= or t bac to Well. Soft ae,6 abp9lt tt. him that
Poresg hba rt a stlour, p .much of it
to the. Imr --not altogether unwarranted-that We
b flb him. t him try to bypass a vtorlious Moore and
lear the worst, but quick.

DON'T TRUST MOORE
Marciano needs baibyng about as much as a militant
buffalo. "Certainly that's not the way he wants it. He's a
Souahly brave and confident young man and doesn't care wi
fight But his arrangement with Weill Is .that the ma
a!wals picks the opponents.
WOll seems to have less confidence in the champion's
PtOheN mbanp ther thatr orh e has done* -
a hinL. For example, Weltookerin
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straightening up, the ball pops
from his uktt and hits his chest.
He coveR with Uis arms. The
ball does t drop. Is the runner
At?- Joe Alberts.
Answer: The runner Is safe,.
The flid., di mo have pesses
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S w BIath's real
Same?- COayes Parky.
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par s ghbole. But to bmy re-
gret I half topped the bal and
kidded over the green some 40
feet beyond ad h the skirt of
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maker and I appeared no better
thaa a rank dub.
More ety In the Canada
Cup Mat vewr the course of
the Coual a Comtry Oub of
Washhlto b whsbusI teamd with
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n~ow h t Tommy Hickey, age 9id las n vger Archie eisg i tMoorw. Suphemelyrconfident,
snolu second place. in the lid fanam al than I am. I Woulpto teortTnd.they're
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The events were timed and last victim, at Las Vegas. can't punch with Moore.
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SKIPPER OF SEAWOLF At Schenectady, N.Y., Comdr. Rich-
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clear craft. The ship will be launched July 21 at Groton, Conn.

Angry Baltic Refugees Hurl

Jeers At Molotov In Omaha


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OMAHA Neb., June 18 (UP)-
Angry-. Baltic: refugees, descended
on the transcontinental train of
Soviet Foreign Minister U. M. Mo-
lotov yesterday to brandish pla-
cards and hurl jeers and epithets
at him in their native tongues,
The demonstrators massed at
the Omaha Railroad station in
pre-dawn darkness at Molotov
and a party of 60 Russian and
Polish diplomats sped westward
for the United Nations anniver-
sary meeting at San Francisco.
Some carried placards reading,
"Molotov go to hell instead of to
San Francisco.


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But Omaha police res d


Wilford & McKay, agents for
the 8.8. Florence Luckenbach,
which collided with the Canal's
tug Trinidad, Thursday, said to-
day that a board of inquiry es-
tablished yesterday the accident
was due to the failure of the
main engine of the tugboat.
Although no official report on
the investigation is available as
yet, the ship's agent said that
was his understanding of the
outcome of the board meeting
which he attended yesterday
morning in the Port Captain's
office.
The 124-foot tug was back in
operation today, and the U.8.-
flag freighter Luckenbach had
continued its northbound tran-
sit Thursday, without any delay.
The tug apparently went out
of control because of a sudden
engine failure. It drifted Into
the path of the 8116-ton freight-
er in the channel in Balboa Bar-
bor. This resulted in the colli-
sion, which occurred around 2
p.m. on Thursday.

Sen. George, Ailing,

Gels High Praise

On Senate Floor


them from approaching close to WASHINGTON, June 18 (UP)-
the train and Molotov and most of Sen. Walter F. George (D.Ga.),
his party apparently slept through hospitalized for treatment of a
the incident. respiratory congestion, was glow-
ingly praised by his Senate col-
About 60 to 70 persons, most of leagues in both parties today for
them displaced persons from Lat- his leadership in the foreign at-
via and Lithuania, gathered at the fairs.
station two hours before the train Senate Democratic Leader Lyn.
pulled in at .4 a, . don B. Johnson (Tex.) took the
Worried railroad officials sum- floor at the outset of debate on
moned police as the demonstrat- the Austrian treaty to tell'the Sen-
tors milled ar o u n d. Authorities ate he was "happy to learn that
promptly banned them from des- George's condition is not serious."
sending to a lower level of t he The 77-year-old Georgia Demo-
station where the tracks are locat- crat, chairman of the Senate For-
ed. -eign Relations Committee, entered
When Molotov's train, the Chi- Emergency Hospital Thursday for
cago and Northwestern's City of treatment He is expected to be
San Francisco, arrived the demon- confined for several days.
strators moved outside to a via-
duct spanning the trucks where 'Johnson opened the round of
see thesleekstream- tribute by praising George as
'they could "osee the sleek stream- ne of the greatest statesmen of
There they set up a chorus of our time" whose "leadership is
outs and jeersin their native m onfth most decisive factors
shouts and Je tir s in the moulding of foreign policy."
tongues and waved their aI tan $ He said there is "no man who
rism soaked with ood of thu- has brought to the difficult field
nism soaked with blood of of international relations a greater
nans." capacity, experience and desire to,
The din aroused a few Russians preserve peace anl freedom."
believed to be bodyguards, who Senate Republican Leader Wil-
peered out the darkened do ors liam F. Knowland (Calif.), a mem-
and windows of their special pull- ber of the foreign relations group,
mans and then quickly retreated. lined in the tribute on behalf of
The train left a half hour later. all Republicans.
A spokesman for the de m o n- Knowland was follow
strators said theeJsationality Knowland was followed by sev
groups gathered because today "eral other members of the com-.
was the 15th anniversary of the mittee including Sen. Joh n J.
Russian Invasion of Latvia. Two Sparkman (D-Ala.), who handled
da bere, on June 15, they in. the treaty in George's absence,
v .......an sL d two days and Sens. H. Alexander Smith (R-
l..ate itun 19 marched into N.J.), Alexander Wiley (B-Wis.),
la on .Jun. 19 m.rc.. Mike Mansfield (D-Mon.), J. Wil-
Estonla. liam Fulbright (D-Ark.I and Hu-
The spokesman said today also bert H. Humphrey (D-Minn.
was the 14th anniversary of depor-
tation by the Russians of 42.000 tn Itoulic elamlns
Lithuanians asal 36,000 Latvians to ulicV Ifloni
Siberia.
,_ ,_..Finn Formed Here


A new public relations and ad-'
vertising firm has been e st a-
blished here to render serve in
Panama Central American and
the Caribbean area.


SThe new organization, known as
. auke, o Colon with an thIternationl Public Reltions
offer of $239J14l was apparent ice (SIRPA', will operate in
low bidder for the fabricatingo r o 'etin witheseveral public rel
and delivery of new crib fnder organizationsin the United
units at the Mirallore Locks States and Latin America.
and Bildon Inc., of Panama was Te f.i .sta e a gropb
apparent low with a e Te irm is staged by agr
, r.197 for the construction of a f floal Jounalissexperienced
ti tank at Mraflores fields of advertising and pub
.eic t t is-. Ilic relations. The staff includes
Highwhowasthe nly r ti raph arts
bidder for thke work of repairs to spmciaists, raio an newsmen
-- specialistsrar tanks on both sidesla liA r a >d newsmen
o th e i mus, mad an offer of SIRPA will be nble to undertake
of th o.~u,, made. an offer o extensive planning for public rela.
S ,t81 a. tons and advertising campaigns
specially designed for local busi.
Bids on all three projects were Isss well as public opinion aur-
opened yesterday In the board oVY and r search on consumers'
room of the alb o HeighttAd- habit. In addition, it will act as
ministration Buildingby Colonel sntav n Panama or
Hugh M. Arnold. Engineering le relations firms in the United
and Construcon Direcor. Sites and LatinAmeri adap-
S p f h Wing their programs to sit t he
The project caing for the re- need of local business.
placing of the crib fenders spe-
cities only the fabrication and
delivery of the units. FAMILY T CK OOL
The units themselves will be
launched, transferred and In- WATERVI E, Me. -(UP)-
stalled later at the south end of E t-year4iJ Joseph Jabar, al-
the east sidewall of MIrflomreM I athletics at St.
Locks by the Panama n a e-a' n mia seho l has n1
Company. leoe Of Mltege
BALBOA TID 5 Mawer &
SUNDAY, JUNi 3-
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Just before the tu was hit, a
Canal crewman on the Trinidad,
local-rater C. Sirton, jumped
overboard. A Navy fireman,. W.
Z. Russell from the 15th Naval
District who was in the pier a-
rea at the time. rescued the sea-
man.
When he realized that Kirton
would Be unable to swim to the
pier, the alert foreman grabbed a
life ring. threw it out on the wa-
ter and dove after it.
Then he swam with the ring
to Kirtoft asJsUtanipr and help-
ed him reach the pier safely.


cation but also was broken up into a sportueducation prograsm.prmitted the lboys to relax after the I a
various court rooms. There was time out for swimming at the ba pool and alotrips to thePort Gullck b4wb
ball was another form of re rationa~ activity not to mention movies and pin.png. Sh ii above duringoni
Fears, Milton Rodriguez (observer from Pana--a City), and Dean Wa--bbrn.


Senate Ratifies Austria Pact

Which May Aid Big 4 Parley_


WASHINGTON, June 18 (UP)-
The Sentte overwhelmingly rati.
fied the Austrian peace treatyt aft-
er Democratic leaders sail it will
strengthen President Eisenhow-
er's hand at Big Four conferences
with Russia.
The limited opposition was led
by Sen. William E. Jenner (R-Ind;.


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He said the pact will not permit
Austria to rearm enough to defend
herself, and "a helpless Austria
will be a Soviet Austria in short
order."
The treaty was signed recently
by the United States, Russia, Brit-
am and France-
It will allow Austria to rearm
as a neutral nation after 10 years
of occupation by Big Four forces.
. The Soviet Union and Austria
already have ratified the lon g-
sought agreement
The Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, urging prompt ratifi-
cation recommended that t h e
State Dbepartment do what it can
to get the Russians to r em o v e
their troops-from Hungary and Ro-
.ania under the thrms of' peace
treaties with hose nitlnis.
Sen. John J. Sparkmnan D-Als.),
a top-ranking committee member,
said ratification would be a "com-
pelling expression of our bi-parti
san support to the President' be-
fore the Big Four meeting next
month-
He said the Big Four may start
building a "solid foundation for
eae. .inthe weeks immediate-
Sparkman was supported by the
committee's two top Republicans
Sens. Alexander Wiley (Wis.) and
H. Alexander Smith (N.J.).
But Jenner charged the pact
would not restore Austria's sover-
eighty. He said the treaty would
not permit Austria to make alli-
ances with other nations, defend
herself properly or abolish su b-
versive organizations.
The committee conceded the
treaty does not "satisfy fully the
desires 8f all parties. . o treaty
does." But, it added, "it does as-I
sure Austrian independence a nd
does not contain provision so oner-
ous as to justify any further delay
in bringing it into effect."
Sparkman said the signing of the
treaty after 10 years of stubborn
Soviet opposition "shows that in
dealingwith the Commamists per-
sistence, patience and principle
have their reward."
Wiley said "we boe that the
more reasonable attitude wieb
now prevails in Mos ow w ll ow
and manifest itself t other way."
Smith said the treaty "wll have
the effect of opeia g p new fre-
teirs of freedom ai er Eu
uoder de term of (he fr-I
JAM "d Rmauseana
the Soviet Um is pamnMted to
mabtraepu i t hes o coomiries
a*ne to rteut te iojn" i lEoles
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