The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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,oa -sr a frohbnt dedd A day.he believes that cheese of
iMons rt t those roh peote t or ea sing world tensions and fears
in the Canal re ra tonsl. my p T are better than he thought two .
fSaobray b e- ren n e told a news conference he
@aseO Outhr L what he had lamer of sat
cviIm 6es United Nations on-over-
re some ofthe r lm s, ott ahe mist- There woa general rejoicig in '
to the op- rm next ni's gN Far day as 2800 U.S. empaloyei lorsed o
while it in some n ham s 0 t hem a total of aboutas I
IIAamust be kept vig I DZSCRB ED ATTACK At Kodiak, Alaska, U. S. Navy Airman P. ourt R mp, redt- BI ma my be able whh o-
I gh he vehicles are way a from aboard the Navy bomber shot down by Rusi Migs shows other members of the crew how the to proress toward Word that President Einho l
.the Intersention WI M n jet, came in from behind the bomber. Left to ri ht are: Lt. (g ) D. M. Lockhart, co- t; Lt. reei T & aePay Raise bill esterd was
f a driver Roa by someone's d9g R. er, pilot; Rump and Lt. g) T. loan, co-pilot. It therd is a way to take .the
,pmOut of a -d .t ) cpo -. burden of fear off people, Mr. come under rfs pay group --- th on
to give or mre than a wk n w athe m Elen ower si d, then we ought The raIse is retraactive to the I0" nK
n t.aof rGatod i He on saide personal be- arch and wil meant a total o mo
Sln e a, apparent T identify r aE G t t lives the chi e a for dolu be paid out on a yearly bas s..
a turn Oil that's owner i-turn To Identify t h -S that are better n he thought Althouh finance officers of t a S
of a r re. him. Some re.sden 2 rV- T the were two months ago. Althou fince
the ear having =,,= th.reserral 0 !-Oe.President, like Secretary hard at work eompug the ae I a
o with me- times have lately 1 food for of State John Foster Dulle not state defin when the enr o.
him, but he ref uses to make A young Panamanian bride of Ohio, when he left Panama for re- terday, seemed to discount the not state e initey -o
Iar: Left friends. 'A six days, who was separated from assignment to Camp Lejeune, effect on the forthcoming Big lump sum payment.
to extended OCO her Marine husband when he was North Carolina. Four meeting of last week's U.S.-
igt, hand wthite reassigned from Panama to a U. The young couple were married Russian plane Incident off Alas- Govern^or however, a
S d; s white dogn S. base arrived in Pittsburgh to- in Panama City Ma 21, accord a. toorda
len of a teaOrriei. The gas problem confronting Co- found on the y of a Marine E fo, a resident auditor for El that the shoown, down of a ziseowie e- th l
b hf vehicg downrs hads b ee a ee the eg he r Iekom ni w o tha a H tl.mee
leave--a- --------*--H bile& & etom"t. f Styor some time, received ks or. and no a matter vet po- 94) anal Zone
n ah e r e loowir be aken ov t be l...h. nightafd whas ma Htrried. N. to a th at, o.
e- leave ba- only ev has r t a e nao pa so w at ured Sr:icu t m .om.. t e w o -to to here W a t t a thatr e

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nal Co alceColllibecam 'Navy hur. hilBgav te a oi dt Crea hadfor b ee 18,either the I, B o, atle ,ac n llBn
a*eb lhpreomrhe afrohm 10e obp.m. It ll d"au lher-tnlaw In Panama of e I (July lebu
bkept la-, .-. d a an Aa to o .o seve- dayseh t e 1 .w papeI-tenornl he rsaidow e ,er, nd wo rkevea Um S sh: ,Ca..
.srvic e conduted bm iutll th beslceComoC~.s b- The Marine'. wife was dse in Geneva atherndred.eonta aw wa'
ap at run byth eat wa Porr dent on b on laste of t foe Pet r be thin Sv et hs bion jn c re ode l
M. T"de le toobemer.ency papers by the Amer. 5iin chnaly nin 17 .l

t Di- 9 uring aIIEIUC $ia e wo e N LE
fmlhaCo e Co ecameN Churci o u te ay T S Brown had beetn em Fe Nroslt er- Niko i. Ban i be .e 1 to. th e aa
ao P aS aet bleF ood A We hue l Ite wm denewspaper tha Ise nto h ofo to sal. aeveh (J not he ju
tridss tead dene D .rof his fi r private employer, he ant bookkeeper, mantd worked Heat Co. suof ni the oa rabeeU m odl
o nhut |., T ae bene d a ertile doo d im0 .t h S O Cu hots i te nwsaers an pnte a to ri" wt s Ay f tIon "ane e ang

theaLns hav s1I nalistc exploit, wroea etts NEW ORe ANS, June 29o (UP) o Re-,Cn. E lan Set rfft0 ,-nredm
_. menl- pnlesd _r 1 anai groa m editor of the Daily Tele--State Fire Marshal Sid mey S. _a
Se was 09 e1 yearsdle b recalling those days near- Bowman warned retle ay dffe
;o lra r altionJ Ca ir eas ag nosndent ie.ton sla any for Pat-erg"ay,

Car Ct e m c b t for both Churchill te nd the y mttees met o mat up a hapm- eb im

.stheolestsuvivngcee .o- thsnti- asy aled feniur.mgo Bt-p w wlrdbight for more men for rat .he
r eof fmlyye ene glaap an .m naom dthe csttheCe taxes the at had barred pubsl, Russell, chairman, w the Arm-
ornPt emtstteo80 s-hil bge faoma e adndaindraeh Uoton of popular newspapers. Thatt ed Sprvices Comm itta, Aryin- t

.ear-old-statehmno mndgalado s" st heaorntaaln s trni h was the ey the Dar Telegralh ate Democrats would gsat1 p rep oath
Sar r p various a orn o blished m s first ate eoiolokr, le c wl b. ae behind a Se t enate amendmrsek di- U.
but thao frienldsl~ ar W n FodWhouehold ROMe ou nepa p crtuationst ei of t e opap to the deer f
"u e be o inthe Conl r Iet ee ntbudget to anive added wy renrh
ontgbutniI was aa sfai in e n 4 (hoanes tn e p e -

w_ ngs fr- a praises Inters of economy and wt- "n" fis-al''ear:
bfthelr both Hotheurc hil and the y

gin at : Ths e v me Par..a-e.of thi hi our- flu cwen au tag rit

afir g ie- t m Al to tre Ca-in reald opsfsiht the amendment. ivent. a-
htc 4aero e will be r l the op(alt of Olint erett thtoa tall (R-Mhd b.)ar re p
Van S vius te anld wa h Dl he steupported the (omnr

i .. .. .le at the g ,while the The Panama Canal Company power cutbacks de the po H M. Io.I .
Panam al ct Club will Is tly collecting and dis- BUENS AIRES, Argentina, sition taken by the, And well wh
sponsor a series of motorboat of trash and garbage of June 29 (UP) President Juan I House m r that of the
Spaces. A band o bY the Air Force as wll as that D. Per6n holds today what was House conferees w into the torehoue
S60th.Army bad precede in cilli an communities. predicted .to be the "farewell" .conference sharply split along be tranfrrd ar
ie the -1rewor which 1 I Seralw local-rate emplos meeting of his old Cabinet. Ob- party lines. r, and Mr
the final event on tI ogra now employed by te A y servers eXpeted the names of The Senate amendment, a- .
this work will be transferred 1 the new Minlsters to be an- adopted by a one-vote mar
Virgil C. Reed, council prod- the Panama CAal rol-. Also, no, eed within 24 hours. would maintain the Mari
l debt and general cha for vaevld- pieces, of moea_ A source close to the govern- Corps at 215,000 men in th
the eelebratim and other e_ w.ll bement said changes will be made cal year starting July 1. The a -
t taeranal on a in only four of the 16 mns-tration plan to
w hgaileg .apri relbuble ater posts. the "nep to 193t.000
Among those replaced, he said, the "new loor stra le
(mofilp) w w% be Intrior Minslter Angel Ing Mph= on
.~ ~Borlenghi who has held the topow.
0 shut poll" at dsOnce Per6n first tooA in the i -
fo, a" lmi NOw ministers also
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No .l tfM T.H"U gga"M ON COLUMN General Lucius Clay has just
had a hush-hush meeting in New
York City which may *tlect as
many mullons of people as any
... T c M A IL Beat strategy session e sat in
.u on walls running Gtmany.
The Mall eatis ea ma f rem ** teedbee *f The Panams Ame eem. Theqe were two civilians with
$ el sess grem Iue mand ea handled I. n wholly esldineal the General in the two-day session.
S1e.1fl. AA^ OII,^ i N. ". y .-u may
S. ut of this conference, held last
Too T ram aotnrewrf a lWier et be Imp~ Iffnt if I n't ** *pir ft Wednesday and Thursday, may at balls aeros
as m day L meters re pbllshed in the order relvd.. come a real Guaranteed Annual
P en e ~ keep p a l teor lmbed to om pag length. Wage, reaching much farther than
IMenitwl oflt"e wriers Is held Il,*rieem eSfldeM e. the Ford and General Motors con- %
This newupapea eausoms pe reespesibilft for stalemeah g epimems tracts signed with the CIO Auto .RIA
Ise ldekn fee. readers. Union earlier this month In DDo- KV -l
.......... dh n BB X YotGeneral Clay is chairman of the N + so
SBBoard of Directors of Continental a .1
: Can Co. The two men he conferred mT .-, s h . secretly that the story the .b.....sesaidhaoub
A great rt of the town of Soufriere, St. Lucia, British West wie not leak unthl this m wa e nt .
Indiles was eently destroyed by fire. There l s much distreu ss David McDonald prei nt
amwnh the town's people, over 2000 of the have been left home- the CIO's 1,200,000-member United aswy Myr
4 S. The nd for clothing, particularly for small children, la Steel workers Union,and ite .coun wh MayorClark a ,
eat and the Junta Famenina ae Beneficencli (Ladies Welfare sel Arthur Goldberg, who alsois o \a ark aP lr bg
a )Apateo 1408, Panama, R. P. are 1Waling to the var- national attorney. for the CIO it. b-- a il l ark
loucO L ahCommonwealth communities In Panama to contt- self & ed ma i nm ,
te for the victims of the disaster. Goldberg and McDonald askedrep e 30,000,000 OW.r UN
W T a Armtreoag Buperintendent of the Wesleyan the General, whose company ist Nbo utestone theoi e Jv'
thodt CUhes in Panama; hal, as In the paut, placed the the Raton's second largest in the o^td-aeS the oil com- Joe Me
O ef H located beside te-Panama Wesleyan can and milk-container field, tto -- i u the ot Mayrper a
S anrld Central Avenue, at the di1- guarantee year-round pay trom v adlad p who be| ka aghi Senate
d tyet 'oD Benefleenc. a (Iradies Welfare now on. The company is under nae ot f e-t
Swher donations of used clothing would be received on contract with the Steeiworkers estr of b .He-' Ia g o$ t e -
ed a, ThW rdaYs and Fridays, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. union. Goitheeor whe seo s ebi.H e. argu tp rk* ,
Sthe will be present to reel clothing on the nme na ho f d orny t ta f enterprise, a .
h getione. The labormen want a flatom.fild p Pre.Fine biena e3
I have no hesitation it appealing to citizens of the Common- Ise of a ear's work or a yar's I l h i -
elth or their support in ttaost deserving cause. pay. T do not want their con- tsBede th letters a tele- brow tensedl
:. Ban m L. endsA GM agreed-that is supplemenal C o f These message s came to am n. a rto Sito
R r H. Britannic Majesty's Ambassador. unemployment insurance py- ark of Indianapols claimed, as enowland rose to dier
Menta-when a man is laid off. ^ a "spontaned s outpouring m DulleAter dnowu|~ aa
-----1-ort th e .--- tUderl-the Detroit formula, a c "ty heads po ided nsit n eD e hi. a t.
eors GaWill go company *money t .rated wdespe h ese
As o ,g as he is t eligiblfforertteo d t resen oine o te evac e iothe uo .S
UoNGrwith "As -e Co h eeAs
1and that mtayi for little e ee ta t h Ike s aViSer onte
^B lloni c t We sixoreightowee.onFewautowteleramss ixlter Inhv h5ssle.n fove r 7ais r o-o r

Thursday B^^The Gy andberg-ronad formu.. By Peter EdsOn SECRET oHTRAIGT byoh elper'Jor ata

S 'ual Wag ASNG N (NA,. The President Eisenhower's foreign Some of them have not been U.N. message hwer e ser solicited townby car. The aiet
Should in ff theatet practical good to come aid request for the coming year members-Switzerland, Japan, It- by the oil companies. heir game helicopter is too riky prtular
It wouldtin effect, be the fst out of th United -Nations-now seeks $172,000,000 for this work. It sly and Ireland. Some countries was given away by a teletyped ly in bad weather. be. .
timeIn this explosive round Of celegr lting its 10th birthday in is now known as "Technical Co- that gave aid in the form of tech- statement from Mayor W. A. Hen- PrIson authorities in if
C .actnegotiations in the Mass San e o-is expected in its operation" to give it a name dif- nical assistance to their less-de- ley of Bartlesville, Okla. Across Sringfield Mo.
taItiiesd tohata major firm d. Techan Assistance Administra- ferent from that bestowed upon t veloped neighbors also received the bottom this private note ap- wI re Caloria's a a
Sllthe workr yers y ton agrs Ip e more under- by the previous administration. aid for further advancement. peared. "iven to FL over twin, icarcerate
the contract er covel6pe coun This money is earmarked Soviet Russia has given the phone 5-19-55 by J. W. lark Of steal a governments
G Cl D .. ry to provi i international 41,000,000 for the Middle East, equivalent of $1,000,000 the last hillips Petroleum C."an whi
Snera eo politics s through endless 7 000,000 for Asia $31,000, for three years, the Ukraine $125,000 The Phillips office apparent, aom a local s on
and At Goldberg made a trand talk and conferences is of course Latin America and ihe remaining and Whe Russia $50,000. T ere got the mayor's message garble a hunger strike areth aoU
l l l l ldurif tio Dui Etewar and then datic in itself. But in the long $33,000,000 for other countries& are no U.N. TAA projects behind because, the way it came out, the situatio. They wo
during the nower pre den run, the great majority of back- The most frequently asked ques- the Iron Curtain, and .there ars Hensley went on record as con- lihted it
Sign, ma y union chiefs ward people in .the world are tion about this is why the United no Communts acting a .techni ending: "Prducers and gathers Teydon't
with labory s. in f too sternoing to measure the success or States should be expected to lay cal assistants n U.N. m sons. () of gas must be freed of fed- cibly feedn
'pa^inthelaborp srae.I te 's camre allure of the U.N. by what it has out a* additional $24000 000 for This last development, however eral regulation if dangerous en. ver, the Finn' A
;' ^^is^donepag th s or strategy st ch e done to raise their standard of United Nations effort in ie same seems inevitable. Having chided crachment on our free enter. trey Gena
a t rha h ing field the Communist countries for not prise system is to be preserved." gton ...For
at g tof push Ike away e Hugh L.e Keenleysida of C da, supporting, the U.N. activities in Presumably, this novel plea to history Congress b a
ro o ., This problem is now before the director general of tbe U.N. ec- the early years greater OuMmu- "preserve" encroachment on free newspaper of Its.
SVt th wr ut hi fri S. Congress through President nical Assistance Administration, participation isto be expect- enterprise wasn't exactly what his by Sdney Yuda f
e thneI n New Yorkthe4 ot0i, Sa e cintain duplica tht r honor the Mayor of arleve Cngressman Morot .t
I SX. O u'IT -s a t emor a e meetisgIn tanew"orklC othe ?n OO as the American contributQn and no compajnn. .ea 4is 1600. tecnichll e.xpew had in mind. called "Roll Ca cuztaiae
a a real Guaranteed Annual e det man Pint Fo rograt.lettFer-to Indiana Ma ol s Cqog e a
cool and the erlear Continental Can signs such t should not that which covi -thefrom'his fellow I t t dir
e extr ous n erea ,s.rl mattnoe tredan series OA events hlf of the total U.N. at for gram in this e oetm ent y n e, Robert Movers .
and t auto,, e f st t oba fi e ears asg, the U S.. c mtoi, r. rtoo s m ohu se e ca pie e STANDARD OIL OPERATES
MI yA M 11 Q H E STf R Eo e"ed by*n actual GbA.W. Prnesadnarl tw ot s hen from ans naone vofm yy. oere was dus The heeeIying. countries "I have been informed b Mr.
t111 11 tis,,1 -Harewhy:h O et t gnrl nompany s- 0oo has a*fea0 .rti work_ ta a ust finanft their d c Iopng Hansel Smuts of awtandarpd il
The General's oompany o1 edates now be~ pped to per cent tached. Assist6nee 1ro11menu. It is n a Ive-way Company South Bend, that you
126 Central Ave. Muller Bldga. Cub with 33 000 employ naau. the tt'or currenIyear. countries, ad r program, says Keen leysde. are tested ying before the
S. sanDf i Vts1 bw org I you er But there is general recognition -the United Natlon, d be a There are more requests for as-commerce Committee in fav
Stw 4 contractt, and that other countries must give acceptable. pint of ista nce2 then there iaid toe g ed- ive. th l rtoesem rou rf
SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY Otou a ols iore aree m in order reduce tha pra rom the American point Of hered han rteige of ebid totoa w .g is rm e un cl r
unions and the lre oer dby portion of the U.S. contribution. view, there io s an advantage lain ned up mIsions. ett ont wrote Meyers. "Once again Ic e
uni on in the metal, paper an There Is considerable misunder- that any ing 'done by the U.N1 With two-thirds of the peo ie of 1 find Myself p p la tg one
Eca t Po ,trn. t n oIU.h w r s ad e EthU TM p alea les to be don the y eworldau ferin .from or. Clark and In favor of the o f 1?'
-You Don t Need Money Just Say P n"d"Mst"ries idhas hr pAs d drd I 1rid e andrmon e iv;eed 1"c Na a" yu 8o o pothe 2 6 w
a nn Ftiersir onraw tie s gr y thou o o ad a the at ance, poverty, insufficOnt f o 0d Naturally, youi know which n
D N oannciu st y S Samered uplicatinr iothoge Amer the w fin te that the U five .N.o and disease, there is room Or h0- am referring to as opon saein:.Wrs
.OFan,,,Ciscmoy an saloe. u nde. government's "Point Four" ro. r S has beenx-functioning, tayhss istan fatso ns H "was' o posed, o eo-r
CHARGE IT Compet n fi s also are under gram introduced by President ru- Keenleyside, 80 nations have vol- years to come. The U.N. Job has MoClarofPhildelphid
o ctrcti with th e steel(*( i*o- man in 1949. untarily contributed to its support. Iobarely been begun. o So I s o
such as the American CAD, Co., _barely__bassbegun._"JacktScotint01 m io
which has ,tra workers mak e ng o the at Las Vegas,'dded the ort
.. ...everythinge ra m ti cansn to paper Wayne mayor confidentially. "I
containers for salt, milk and fro. even got back with my shirt
H .^^H ^Bffft^^ Hl^P VS ien foods. Thbs company, tooIs.. Chmi er in iet In I'e Yr thoggh did perhaps leave----- e a
DONo-iWAIT.,bringIn your tado and iny D mona y wf a u ho ,ne r rl l
rhave it repaired with 20% R DUCTION wa of f reactonas. First, ot .h eOar eeo an o a B. ereres Arthur on f Aro m i non,
.*--* -l Wsteel ion.l h v e OV-ane field -en Del.; Carl Wise of Canton, w hio0 \
will follow the ntl Contins ental Ca-". a ."A"hoor te Morgan of peoriade .res'o nMEri a. -
n unions. so wil the oe on MAN Aou. oWn i t o c r lawyer he t it it was worth It. I thought i n g. w eeral othe oile e S
'"in the plants I._ cities acro_ the s e(H Fender) recently won an It ficant of "Rmething or other land p
SPECIAL SALE of er industries. idyoN has her pals depressed. Hef ducers o "Bride and Groom" for teived on er appeafanced was ... these mayors represent cities in t Appent tion will
Furthermuore, McDonald will was married to Simone Simon ad tv plaglary of the show widel their weak Prha s the studio a- whose consumers will be hard hi v fowr a ttand
AW FORD AGENCIES paisnup n the Bir Steel industry. 'The Dorothy Maleone-Tab i ence wuas n, rei'eni o rice calsoes r g tmeM'2
f for w some 00,000 unter off-screen roman Is more d
steel unionists work; The steel con- exciting... Jean Pierre Aumont att'n etori L Angeles Her- thec U s., appeared In n'o osuthemayorsA wo rsitde w i.
just being opened up. for wage Grace Kelly) is rushing unan- ends ago to have a talk here with he. hrad-bn out ofe e,,u.
renewals ian Princes Ghlka. .. S d Fisher.He feo there ew L

special bargin-a new long con- r s for Aohe Joor Ir mon. Two execs will confirm a l
net Jne, ifthethproro Ia the Smith Wolf's. Bon Soir comicletterpugtlist Tony (Two-Ton) Galmn
t'swhytMconalhandGoer tobRtimental n rn l a.iffiR Rn a) q ae o- mond will Lohengrin it any rafter- ter Thompson Agency to read for
te tk btiamene nes ou of nth Pitt- .os ma.. not ba. l star noon Big rumor has Toots r shyow. The experienced a
age t arav ns t new lie a is on eo.ane Therm a fr bs lofo talented Lila "flunked";.. Mr.
Sterled w Ge r hod tp Galento painfully stumbled
y. oe he s nduth work .e Roue (Vegas) Podeli had been beaten silly "O -hired! .That rem us of
r r If that they did the Chorus.. hiBos MtlCnt nies orders" .Nobody borders Pa-' Lee Pelaman's crack about a pro-
rndanot I os t the dird tea theshow. e T far is tla nti City dell. .- He borders them gram that just went off teevee
Yearly arantee of t ye out B'wy, Salary: to d 100. Move actress Constance Smith "and almost took teevee with it!" .

-tQ- *^ H lhe bother of havhn uneplo -- er husband (actor Bryan iThe Josepn Barry.s (he edits
me soe30 states or app alLast Jan. 9th we reported that He charged desertion gling with a problem. T r
^' "K -"y Ai'a. g-overnors for help or maklg any ex-P e of the Hollywood Wom- --- rinds report Naomi Barry has
SD other fuss. men's PressClub R. Pige Palm- Berle's final telecast of the sea- settled in Paris where she writes
\YK A L-rp They will have won a yeasy borg) might feand Double- son included a girl who imitated I for the Paris Trib The local ;
wage and really smashed prSce- d over J. alabridge's book: Marilyn. Monroe and a chap who apartment of Geraldine Rhoads
dent. "he Great Garbo" .. .Alleging aped Harry S. Truman The (an editor for Reader's Digest)
Sdetmuch of the material from her critic for a Montreal paper was burgled On Friday *This &
book, ''2he Private Life of Greta reported it this way: "It cost Un- Is Cinerama" will pay off (iN full) I
Garbe" (ulilabd in 1181), wat'cle Miltie $10,000 to have Marilyn its original loan of $1,600,000 at
W*aB Me. he will file soon Monroe appear and have her ddrtlthe Bankers Trust Co.. .Benny
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are not avaiable. The park, which Iver m .or s IA s -i Alaska n
I Statao, are free, except for specially quplped aram .Gumm- l mdonly leave Nlaos;
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&*M fire raged through
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as raced through the
We uork for the new building
S1bhl hoaptal-crowded area.
flelabI at Presbyterlan hospl-
-U ta qW m aU patients evacust-
Ir/mnhs e top seven stores of
IHe 1 lOOr 'tructure. .
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thu!em hmd attendants, The eva-
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WA T acse te at
The iCtoi t. bocklt 1A
wer pd pt to peE up. AtA tl phi w .S
Demoera roadblock when e docoma A pg Into D
a Senate Ap rprlatlos W a of fanfare he hid, hI so to build its
ittee arov dtondd i t ittoit It op d assepreal "v6ry powe fatW. said.thisb eHI
with the tnessee Valley Autho d sad the ats any need for Dixon ,Ya
Aty lines. i a M &f pants wear but te administration contel
But a new dispute broke out be *h. the wer will be needed by c
tween Sea .Estes. Kefauver Mf- Hiep Stteunet got blao into an er use5T
Tens.), ant Rowland R. 1uagh, Munt~ a.wlth BSe. ohn Marsall
budget direcetr, when HugheO Z. Ster (R-Md.) who maid th .e r *
,usu Keeauverqanti.- monopoly had bees -"no once ient what.-
suboommittee permission to ever." He accused -fauver and T A
spect the entire files oil the DLx- Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D.- 11 1 01
on-Yalte negotiUtions. Wyo.) of trying .to br ow beat
Informed sources said the pub- Hugbes. 126 Central i
coovnittqi voted down 9 to 6 a
nrb lby Sen. Listar 91' (D- Senate Republcan Leader WF-
.toeliminat q6%' miios dot lhm F. Knowhid joined in the
Apv intheTVAbudet astrk on. ftauve. He said the SHOES FOR J
f transmission lines to the' Mi. Tennessee Demeocrat was trying
YaSe plant. to embarrasss" President Ejsen-
Toe fall committee and the Sao. hower and had hot been "entre- You t ee
ate itself now must approve by disinterested and u up r e J u-
funds. Three Democrats joined six diced" ap chairman of the anti-
Republicans In voting to keep the mono subcommittee. HA
money in the bill. Five Democrats Oppmnents of the Dixon Yate, CHA
and one Republican oted to eli- contract have made several stabs
ate it. at blocking the project by denying
Meanwhile, Kefauver. and
Hugheg entinued their dispute o- -
ve* whethe the administration 9
had -ift]ed Congress with all-
prtimnt*i data. on the controver. Celebrate
sial contract. ,
Hughes said there were "no oth.
er papers -or documents to be add-
ed to the somewhat voluminous
release already made."
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health execsabled Copenhagen Sy SNWAID JACOBY
polio experts for advice c cineet- iWrItt for NSA Service
ug the Salk vae.e 400,000
Danish tots were Inoculated with
t without a casuafty. In the
.S. we inject it in the mus-
eulature part of the bo. In Den- NORTH (D I21
mark-right under the skin. KJ 10 6 5 2
Charity Makeo Strange Bedsisters 9 K 8 7 3
Dept: Bess Truman has joined a 12
committee headed by Mamie Eis-, 47
enhower Sale of newspapers WEST EAST
in Fed courthouses has been stop-I
ed under an old law News' 7 44
tenm: "Steel production broke allI VQ4 9 10962
records last month. Carloadinga up 1Q K0732 0?A 954
17 pc over 1954." (Some reces- AKJ832 *Q109
won, Mr. Stevenson. And moat SOUTH
alarming, Sen. Fulbrit) 6AQ83
suggested name for Ike's press VAJ
conferences :"Meet the Prez" .' *KJ
From the H-Trib June 15: "Wash- 6 4 4
ingtou (AP) President Roosevelt, North-South \ ul.
today sent the Senate North East South West
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Lelend-about town: That when 4 6 Pass Pass Pass
Dr. Jonas Salk courted his wife, opening lead-- K
(and still went to medical school)
he d(rve a cab at night to earn
money. Her parents allegedly tried
to dissuade her from marrying A very fambus. expert played
him' "Has no future" Henry today's hand and managed to mis-
Ford II will build a million dollar Iguess enough in diamonds and
mante on the Dick Barthelmess hearts to lose the game contract.
estate at Southampton, L.I. He It looked unlucky, but the expert
will'give his present mansion to knew that he had only himself tol
the servants. (Oh, to be a butler) Iblame.
. Producer Sanley Chase and
actress Dorothy Rice. were sealed West opened the king of clubsI
during the weekend The Carl- and shifted to a trump. Declareri
ton ldridge, Jrs (he's a barrister won the second trick in dummy
with, Copde1t Bros.) expect a Jul with the jack of spades and led
image .. In case you beard Run a diamond at once. East played
Ettiug is broke, she retired on the low, and South finessed the jack.
5a0,0 0 an nuity she bought
(whqn a Star) and taxes weren t This unlucky guess lost to the
what they are today Tune de- queen, and a diamond return went
tectives argue the starts of "You to East's ace. East now got out
Got To Mave Heart" and "It Had out with a third diamond, and
To Ja.You" are practically twins. South had to make the rest of
--- the tricks. South huffed and puffed
I and ran several rounds of spades
Bladw 's next big spectacular in the attempt to get a count.
iW l ea ,gan roulette At -the end he took the kin of
(s ) wit a white pelI hearts and fined the ack.
let 'tf.m a slot every 10;lost to West's queea, and South
sec Advertitng the Dunes was down one.
(at Vea1 ) and the Balmoral (Mi-
ami B ) ... Bn garden, for. Where did South go wrong? AFt-
mner;b 1Je Riviera.(Fort Lee all, anybody a great
N.J. oer a expert -a-on mis a
ATjc3, State J ck mbliatlon.
JavitS will 84.nte can o10 a finesse to a'doueton
h Us chief asai't soon queen.
6i& K AP and N.Y.Timtes
ed oni log of the Copa The trouble was with the tim-
euu_ has Lee Solomon (of the ng. At the second trick, South
Wm; Morris staff) on bended knee. should win the trump in his own
No engagements! He wants a wife. hand and ruff his remaining low
manipulation of $3000000 club in the dummy. Then he should
of -a major movie .firm's begin on the hearts by taking tRe
stoe was hushed up. Why? king and finessing the jack.
Ioe e Dodges headaches are
from.,a flung whiskey bottle. .12 This finesse loses to the double.
stitchbs. ton queeh, to be sure. The dif-
.ai ference is that West is now caught
Ruh Etting's ex-husband (the, in an end-play. If he returns a
Gimsg is unhappy over "the dis- club, South can trump and dis-
tortions'" in "Lo e Me Or Leave eara a amond from duimy;-..If
Me" P41= rly. U e I 1pI- West, td returts a dimonad,
sode bowing" Um (CaV y) strsk- I.outh as no problem.
lag r (Doris Day) in face. "I S
Mve laid a hand on her in my The point is that South must:
Ulfe, uthie will tell you that! try to make a good guess in each
. When Sally DeMarco does of the red suits, but he should try
the mambo or rhumba (as she did the heart guess first because of
at ti Stork the other 2:30 ante the slight extra chance that anI
merian) the enchanted specta- end play will develop. The chance
tort ap loud. Producer Paulisig ht, but it costs nothing to
Gre says he doesn't wear a try for it.
.rd "It's my money beltli" tr ot Anony G1's ringTodd (and John M. Foley) for its
took it back. Renee-Miller great help in winning a case.
(Fghtof I. Miller, the shoe ty- Without fee! ... The J.E. Glynns'
un) becomes Mrs. Chas. Ty. new son was christened at St
rer at the Plaza shortly Pat's yesterday The Sidney
What was that brawt about back- Claires (his top hit was "I'd Climb
stage in a Red Skelton show? The Highest Mountain") h a v e
The Runyon Fund thanks the law made a Torch song out of their
firm of Mudge, Stern, Baldwin 1 six-month marriage. .




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Army uniforms ever brought together at one timti wa as-
sembled by director John Ford. fr his spectacular Cinema- -
Scope production, Columbia Pictures' "The Long Gray Line."
Chiefly filmed on location at West Point, the picture stars
Tyrone Power and Maureen O'Haka coming, soon at tbf
"Lux" Theatre ia color by Techbilcolor.
Thie hundrdla of uniforms embodied every official
change made during this century, ranging fro*. army fat-e
gues to full dress, from summer khakis to winter uniforms,
from overcoats and capes to the Eisenhower jacket of World'
War II. Stocks of Hollywood and New York costumers were
ransacked for the uniforms, and others were borrowed from'
museums, including West Point's.
The Corps of Cadets highlights the production both Inf
Its present status and, in the historic uniforms, re-enactingt
the many historic scenes from the U.S. Military Academy's-
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m n c w 1iaunncneonpieses a mors travel across 'e A Maecia IExecutive Committee I
ot El Panama today USA and have opened thei* Beach mAspecia of Ehectiericommittee
gdepartag Ambas- Home at Atlantic City tot the Bea- TuxH y Unit d. IilUlbeheld
a P. Ater attendin the o so ton~ightat the American Legion
dAftr attending t duation tonight t the Am
-" of.heir eldest son John CurtisiHal Ft. Am ador. "u
r. and Mr s. Adamp, Jr, with h Masters De- Al member of the Excutive
tertalu at a t exas Qhristian UnIversi- Committee, Comuittee Chairmen
Am nas- ot Wot Teaxas the and committee members are ex-
es Plans. tede l the taduatio oft h "a a p
second op, Albert S. Adams, with
Vag Otir a & cbe.qr. of Science Degree at
:a Tulsa University, Tulsa Ooklaho- p.m. at the USO-JWB Armed Fore-
u s. Iael Ari of Panama mi. es Service Center.
a leaving with his sons, Fran. Thty and Albert then toured by The classes will be under the
&and Octavlo for Indiana car across the USA to Washing- direction of Mr. Harry Friedland
Sthe boys wih li entered inLt, where Col. Adams stayed for of Gambos who will be assisted
Military Academy, conferences with military a nd by Pvt. Robert Friedman of the MID-EUROPFAN. PICNIC leli
business associates while Mr s. 8533rd D.U., Army Audit Agency, ptkhl and beer Sanwlhes an
Icd Adams picked up their son Peter. Fort Claytow.
dan honor star cadet at V a e y Fr further information and reg-
Forge Military Academy, and lstration, please call Miss Doro- By GAYNO
t, unq 30 marks drove on to the Ventnor, New Jer- thy Brickaan, Director of Activi- NEA Food and
2 1-5 This calls sey, home. ties, Balboa 1071. -
1 lbr of some kind, so After seeing- the New York
IMpa a has announced shows Mrs. Adams is staying in Ambassador Leignadler Ever go on a picnic in Germany
a oapyce" starting at the USA for several months. Col. Feted At Luncheon or Denmark? Caq be fun. You
o A. Festivities will Adams has depatted in his per- Panama's new Ambassador to usually ride out into the country
j A d rau. oMal plane to retu : to Panama Guatemala, Mr. Huynberto Leig- on a bicycle with several friends.
ltia Cuba orch with many a s in C Amer- nadier, was honored yesterday at You most certainly will all sing
reowra T ioba en route.e Wil to lthe a luncheon given at Hotel El Pa- together as you travel further
t *'ilrece Martin's Or. VSA several times, before- Mr s.inama. by the Colombian Ambas. from the ity.
a 1at 0 afig throughout the Adams returns with him around sador, Dr. Teofilo Quintero Fex. The food is apt to be packed in
e -October of November. Mr. Leignadier is leaving soon a wicker basket or a "ruck-sack,"
T --.- for his new station, the canvas bag with straps when
AW TIl Bridge Games is worn over the shoulders. When
1 3 Be HeldM Monday Eley Alfaro Cadets you stop to eat, everything will
Al Exalted Ruler .Might As Usual Honored At Dance taste good even though, except for
T^ el who is leaving to The Duplicate Bridge Associa- A group of Ecuadorean cadets sausa es and beer, there won't be
a the Elks National conven- tion which meets on Mondays at from the Eloy Alfaro Military A- a variety of foods we take along
Philadelphia, a dance will Tivoli Guest House at 7 p.m. will academy who are currently attend- in the U.S.A.
iSatrday evening at the convene as usual on the evening ing the USARCARIB School at Ft. Rye bread will be the standby.
j di Atlantc Bide. of the 4th of July. Gulick, were honored on Saturday It will be fragrant and fresh. But
| t t~d ~to war Winner& last Monday were: evening at a formal dance at the, as paper and foil is scarce in
eoU m~event. First Mrs A. Little with Mr.I post officers club. many European countries, you of-
a le- by ,Serenaders John Leonard; second, Mr. and Hosts for the affair were the ten find the sandwiches kept fresh
tart at p.n. Mrs. E. Kohn; third, Mr. a n d commandant of the USARCARIB in their own breadbasket. That
..-- ,Mrs. G. W. Alexander; and fourth. School. Col. John J. Davis and breadbasket Idea is adaptable
A orie a leety' Mr. L Dominlaitch with Mr. P. Rob- Mrs. Davis. for pateics anywhere. Might be fun
C*-Su e' Day hiss. Young ladies attending the to try on your 4th of July picnic.
.m .Inckets *ei Fth and sixth were tied by CW. dance were chiefly daughters of
C W.Xouns, with Mr. F. SuIey. the members of the Colon unit Breadbasket aSndwiches
ikhet sa snling for the Amer- -. of the Inter-American W o m a n's
hB miday, sports miss Whtahead Club. Select a large, round loaf of rye
f bedanced in the VisteX jM Panama Other guests included Col. and bread.-Using a long, sharp knife,
ISPpnam a .on I. s.V Pollak of Be V r. MrsD. .Carr, Lt Col. and Mrs. slice the top off the loaf and set
Te 1i cleratet ta'as La her house guest oI oce Eaves, Lt. Col-d Mi. M..
19fa.the- ^AJ l l lS of Mddleburi a Lt. C d rg .. .
Mrs. Stanley fU -a nd
IIrIvT e Will Cathelle DBat 0 ls lMrs. Ronald Shriver, Capt. Victor
feazr ZnS Commuagl 5akfast Fernandez, Lt. C. Martines, Lt. J. f
A -t fareill lunceon will On'Sunday the members ofthe Casas (Peru) Lt.'L. ReaLt. W.
be hidd in honor of Mrs. Martha Catholic Daughters of America, Salazar. Mr. Zristobal Montero R., .
Sel Adams at the Albrook Offi- Court of Our Lady of the Miracu- Ecuadorean Consul in Colon, R. A
ens' Club on Satuday, July 9, at lous Medal, No. 874, are planning P.; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dur, Mr.
a3t t aI communion breakfast on the at- and Mrs. Herbert Toledano, Mr.
A trieonds are invite to at lantic side. Rev. Fathtr John N. and Mrs. Tomas Lara and Mr.
and pWir t may be made Kelly will be the guest speaker. and Mrs. Gunther Hirachfeld.
e Ntipg Mrs. talen Fulton --- --
W. .Travel Agent Here Atlantic Side 3
All reservations must be made Mr. Don Lehman of the Fitzpat- DAtlicate Bridge Winner
Not later than July 7. rick Travel Service is stopping off Winners of the duplicate bridge
l_ on the Isthmus for several days games played last Monday t the An afterthought Is what tells
in the course of a trip to plan tours Marganrta Service Center were: you to dut up ofter It's too late.
s ret's of Central and South America. He North and South-first, Mr. Julius
Y", iorneit S arrived from Guatemala and will Loeb with Mr. Wally Gibson;
S o of C 'ef leave for Lima. 'second. Mr. Irving Gill with Mr.'
SA ool o Success The travel service with which he H. Delgado, and third. Miss Jean
pfell Course for is associated was formed by mo- Dobie with Mr. Fred Hargy.
ea which wfl be vie actor James Fitzpatrick. East and West-F : r s t, Mrs. I
1111w eafors5 Stanley J. Guest it Mrs. G.
uly .1k 11ttlatives Visit Roglers Bonzoumet; tied for second. Mrs. .
5 a.It23M in the Golf Heights home of Myra Brown with Mr. E. 0. Dal. .' fee Mr. lnd Ms. Back valleyy, house and Mrs. Milton A. Cookson
SEgpest for the coming two w'Mkl with Mrs. Porter McHan; and
a a~you a are Mrs. Hatter's arents1t Dr. and thirdMrs. Julius Loeb with Mr.
tt th wi be Mrs. Fiance McA ter of Hous- D. r. Mlamed. l r
Inestment o-1 ton, Tel. There will be noduplileate
S ver m oake. New M Cn bridge games played-at Marg a
eall m nuiSSa m wBidgNexCloWek on Monday, U. S. Indepen fence I
2-4"31 or Paina A eA w eneBridgeW Class for Begin-' Day. -
nor and Intermediate players will Hetel Advertising :
begin Tuesday, July 5th, at 7:30 Director Arrives ._ __________
Mr. A. E. Pool, the advertising
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Hitat. Itheniselves ave'brought the Le- eran
it aIl lon to its press et-deplorable t1 4
rspi .tate." |e a
I W ssoughbt
S b The rqsoluUon emphasized that us."

,"01 ---Ao"-%-1 fIA., Swa Wa.51r
ing that th6 unit was welcome to
go its way.
"Saod the Forty and Eight
with 100.00 memIbers reor-
goUK as a separate group it win
Iav .the American Legion's 3,-
00, members' sincere wish f6r
all possible success," Collins said. i
Couw Bsaid 1 regret" the ef-!
fort of Forty and Fight to break
away, but make no reply to the
group's charges. I
The Forty and Eight's national.
executive committee adopted a se-'
cession resolution June 5 but it
did not come to light until publi-
cation of the maux iary's monthly
magazine Monday.
The resolution will bea submitted I
to the Forty and Eight'* national
convention, scheduled this fall at
Mia4i in conjunction wiohth e,
Legion's national convn*.
It was signed by J. Earl Simp-
son. Tulsa, Okla., head of the For-
ty and Eight, and four members
it the executive committee. I
The resolution said it was "com-
mon knowledge" that for the past
seven years the Legion has beeit
under the domination and ron-
trol of a small group of men." It
accused these men or using Je-
gion money and prestige to gain
and hold control.
The resolution -chiged that the
Legion has dtiNated against
the Forty ad Eightb, trying to
control its membership and fi-

o conquer sem. U.1

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Ali Condil'-14 S,:IS ,oSOe 1i
Dan'e Ers. 5 to 10 pnm.
Chad" school I s 12 Ip n*
tel. ;be 24228 or Panam 3-109.


S Drs. A. and E. Ol,,LAC
(Palmer Gradpates
P rert Avenue Tel. 2.139s
!I i-block fitm Lux Theatre)

aesa -$Shippers Move
fones 2-245 1 2.2562
Learn Riding at
hiding Jumping classes doily
Sto 5 p.m. Pehone 3.0279
or by appolatment.1 1

* Match-Stick Bamboo
Venetian Blinds
Traverse Curtains
I Glass or Wood salousles
Call 2-3063 or 3-4904
Estimates Given Without
Obligation I
DO Dstrlbud by
Products de Modera, S.A.
Central Ave. (between Koidak
building & Fifth Ave. Store).

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tarn' warranty, no down
payment, $12.50 month.
AbeSleftiCAXAPA f l
Com m2

FOR SALE: Bomboo sitting
room furniture, dining table. 6
Costs Rican bamboo chairs. 1
mahogany sideboard. I mahog-
any bed, 2 eight tables, I me-
hoany dresser with mirror.
Phone 4172 Curundu. House
No. 75 Curundu Heighlts, A-
partment C.

FOR SALE: Ppctlcally new
furniture inclydhng bedroom set,
dining roop set, sitting room set.
Frigidaire, washing machine and
many other household equip-
ment all in perfect condition.
Bargain pri:o. Inquire 44th St.
No. 37, Apt. K.

FOR SALlE-Philippine Rtten
5-piece living room set, three-
sfrand. Cheap. Cell Curundu
FOR SALE:-Twin bods metal.
innerspring mattress, matching
dresser, night toble and chest of
drawers $55; twin beds maple,
coil springs and cotton mat-
trasses, matching large rock ma-;
ple dresser with mirror $45;
bedroom set mahogany, twin
beds with box prings aend cotton
mattresses, vanity and dresser
with mirrors, s 1 of drawers
and night tasle qTSL- sideboard
pnehqgeny $t0; desk school me-
ohegay wik il $9; -eeblaet
eal wifh adiustp -sholves #1;
Sov- Winthrop Uhe de* e-
hogany, needs weleiring .'.;
large Lawsa sofq end chair,
needs recovping $15; plastic
,aevefvd we. cablnet, phlves
$7.; Crode relgefoter. eeds
new motor u*it $S; large ma-
hegany coffee ale $6. AH in
Ancon. Phone t 6393.

FOR SALE:-Wenamnker dining
tobl, six chairs, buffet. Hous 4
-S01, Ancon, Phone 2-3651.
FOR SALE: -1 pair metchetick
bamboo drops (7 by 12 ft.)
with two-way treverse red $30;
Japnese hooked rug (10 by 14
.)s;el e attio rHi-
4 ) E r4;t r

FOR SALE: Zenith portable
battery or 110 volt AC-DC, like
new. Call Balboa 4123.

FOR SALE:-Double bed, spring.
mattress, chest of drawers, van-
Ity $90. 4452-B Los RIor. Tele-
phone Ialbqa 42)?. ,
FOR SALE:-Bargains, Thursday
I to 5 only: 25-cycle clocks, oak
chain, cres, blinds, tobleo,
waon, ladder, cords, lumber.
Weatson, 0811 Plonk St.. Balboo.

FOR M SALE lg room set
(olid melogyi 10 choin,,
buffet, table opens 'to e 10,
excellent 'condition; aliso 16 tIn-
sile window aluminum veneftion
blinds. Cell after 4 p.m. at
Nouno 42 let Street, Par"e La-
fev ..

FOR SALE:-1950 Jooep "Land
Rover." perfect running condi-
tion. Can be seen at "Le Mo-
derns" Ese Gas Station on 50th
Street. Belle Vista.
FOR SALI:-1954 Mercury Sta-
tion Wegon. 1955 Ford Country
Sedan. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE:- The Navy raffle
19ff-Dl-Air Chmvrolet Cop,
hardtop, 2-tone, w/white side.
wel tires, specie point, new car
liUrontml, $2250. ill Balboa
2-2485 or can be sern at Quar-
ter 0902, Amador Road.
FOR SALE: 1948 Chrysler
Cenvwrtible, condition g o od.
Ilst offl over $450. oill 2-
3462 ofter 4:30.
FOR SALE: All new; blocks
Intrnmflionel, Ford, Chevrolet,
Chrysdr, BLude Hercules. Call
Joe Grinfeild phone 3-1329.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury
Club Coupe. Low mileage, ex-
cellent condition, radio, over-
drive; Albrook 2106, Quorters
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Business Coupe, good rubber,
palnt practically new, uphelstery
* new. Ideal transportation, priced
to sell, only $600. SMOOT &
HUNNICUTT, S.A., Phone 800
FOR SALE: 195i Chevrolet
DMlune Sodam, excellent coendi-
tion, new point job. new tires.
only $995. SMOOT r & UNNI-
CUTT, S.A., Phone 800 Colon.
FOR SALE:-- 1953 Dodge 4-
doer Sedan, low mileage, good
tires,. new point job. Bargain for.
only $1050. SMOOT & HUN-
NICUTT, S.A., Phone 800 Co-

FOR SALE:-1950 Peckord So-
don In excellent condition, good
tires,. lw mileage, priced te toll.
Must beme to be appreciated.
Only $500. SMOOT& HUNNI-
CUTT, S.A., Phone 800 Colon.

FOPI $M*kAI,4t Studebaker
'Sdaen e, f Iod trensperttien,
tires good, bargain for only
S.A., Phone 800 Colan.

FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Bel-Air 4-door radio, w/w tim.
Leovine Zone. jwlt $1600 takes
It. See at 6452-A Los Ris. Tel-
ephone 2-4454.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Sedan Deluxe, *ood tires, Oew
point job, excellent condition.
tlergi for e Ply $700. PIhon

FOR SA.L -1949 Pockard 4.
doer *edn radio, heater; over-
drive, onerleit obuy. Model A-
ford Coue. eaceHoat condition.
Phone 5-403.
Kailser fer $199 only. Gargee
ia, in front Hotel, Roosevelt.

Eastern Airlines, Braniff Seek

One Plane Service From Panama
-o -0

To provide through one-plane
service from Panama to Wash-
ington and New York, Braniff
International Airways and East-
ern Air Lines yesterday jointly
filed for approval of the Civil
Aeronautics Board an agreement
for interchanging equipment and
linking the routes of the two
airlines at Miami, Fla., C. M.
Doolittle, manager for Braniff in
Panama announced today.
The agreement would put Into
effect a decision of the Civil Ae-
ronautics Board and approved by



Records Changers
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President Elsenhower In April,
to team Braniff and Eastern.
Under the agreement, the two
lines would interchange flight
equipment and flight personnel
to put the new one-plane service
into operation. Through schled-
ules would be worked out when
C.A3B. approval is granted and
would be put into operation as
soon thereafter as possible, the
airlines said.
Under the operating plan, the
aircraft of either company, on
the-schedules established, would
operate from New York and
Washington to Miami on East-
ern's routes and then to Pana-
ma and Guayaquil, Ecuador: Li-
ma, Peru: La Paz, Bolivia; Asun-
clon. Paraguay; Buenos Aires,
Argentina and Sao Paulo and
Rio de Janeiro, Bramzil
Each airline would operate the
aircraft over its own routesawith
Its own flight crews but pausen-
gers would be provided a
through service without change
of planes over the "linked"
routes of the two companies.

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BOX 2031 ANCON, C.Z.

FOR SAL-. 1950 Cvolt.
ex ent. condition thromeopt,
2-rene, radio; aeo' refIgesee
$30. 0766- Wliameo Plea,
Balboa ..
FOR SALEM-Hot woto r bar,
gas, 20-gal. Phone 3-6022.
* FOR SALE: Ler*ing isthms:
1949 Bukck 4 dor. Dyneflow,
Super with mstras $425 cash; 2
refrigerators. 25-eycle $49 ed
$35. Phuo" 2.6311 Ane p
FOR SALE-- 1950 Studeboker
sdean, nood endltbw r& hMse
hoU items. Very ehoapu Mirimo
Arasmmi S. 9J65i-II 3-
FOR SALE:-One beautiful Sil.
or set consisting of one tay,
12 champagne cups, one jug.
Inquire in Ave. No. 13-85,
near Panoem Freight House. B.

Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid for hoeue-
Swork, good salary. House 896,
Union Place, Le aote Road,

feramly, Golf Helhts, 014 Pan-
ma Roed, noor statue of More-

los. slAm_
WANTED:-Maid for launder-
ing and genero lhousewrk.
"eBby sitters" need oet aOily,
no children. Excellent sualry.
Livo in. Write lox 151 Balboa
Hiltrts,. inllud snapshot (will
be returned), reform ddrss,
Give experience, soeory expect

Woma'us Scrpps,

Despite Stranglig,

Bring Cops In Thu.

June 29 (UP)-A frightened house-
wife, Negro's hands closing
tightly around her throat,
screamed over the telephone to
police for help today and officers
arrived in time to kill her assail-
ant as he fled across a neighbor's
Mrs. T. J. Marx, 43, heard the
Negro trying to break into her
home and telephoned police im-
"I told her to stay on the tele-
phone," Police L-. George Hock.
ette said. "While I talked to her,
I sent three squad cars to the
S"She stayed& on the telephone.
After a few seconds she told me
the Negro was in the house. Then
she said he wss choking her. I
heard her screaming and gasping
as if she was being choked."
Officers Jack McFadden and
Harry Mawhenney said they ar-
rived in time to see theaegro
choking Mrs. Marx. But when he
heard the officers running to the
house,'he dropped her to the floor
and jumped through 8 gl door.
The policemen stained Tl i n g
when the.fugitive failed to halt.
They felled him with four bullets
as he crossed a yard next door.
He was identified as Toxit B. Wil.
liams, 21, formerly. D Cliriale,

. Chief of Polle Roland R. Kelley
said he is "positive" Williams is
the same Negro who broke into
the home of Mrs. J. E. Malloy a
block away Just a few minutes
earlier. Mrs. Malloy said she was
dozit in the living room when
she 1as startled by a Negro
igr lag her knee. Her scream
for hr husband scared off the
"Wiliams w a a dangerous
man," 'Keley laid. '"e' hm been
identified as the man who raped
a pregnant Negro gM here only
10 days ago."
The police chief said Mrs. Marx
suffered only neck brum-es .and
hock, He said he y saved
her Hie by teltphelag .O e the
moment she heard some trying
to break into the ousm, and then
by = ing to the telepone until
om0 arrived.

Apn ntments
ATTINTION L1.1 J.ust b-it
, iuib f oikled u, rments,. I,
2, hed*eik, hot, mid w tor.
CPb i, Ponama -4941.

n+ S"s'giaeALHAM-
Phone APARliS. *

POR RINT-Lrw 2-bedeem
furnit:ed spl eu. $95. Tliv
a11 Av~si Ca sllBeee 1366.

z rit tra crt or e
ha ,,dr, Id, ,- .=rem
opeitment, hat water, ear Ho-
IN1 0 Pamema, Easy to furnish.
Call 3-3421 frem 6 to 8 p.m.

FOR RENT,-Speclon, cool, aHl
screMed 2- bedroom, 2- bert h:
sportment, garee, moid's rmem
end service. Ceome Alegre. Pon-
ama. 3-087L

FOR RENT--Furnmihed sport.
m n't, including refrigerator;
porch, prlor-diinl room, bed-
room, kitchen $60. No. 112 Vie
liserie Parrei, near Roosevelt
FOR RENT:-Lorge 2-bedrom '
furnished apartment, Tivoll Ave-
nue. Panama 2-1515 btweeoon 5
end 6 p.m.
FOR RENT:-Large beautiful a-
partment in Rio Abae on main
highway, No. 5010-A. Phone 3-
FOR RIET:-Cory modern o-
partments, two bedrooms com-
pletely furnished. 45 East Stret
No. 22-13.
FOR RENT.-3-bodroom part-
ment with 2 bathrooms, living
room, kitchen, rage, maid's
rm. Et 511t Street 20, cor-
ner of Ave. Federiso eoyd. Ap-
ply upstairs. +

FORI RINT.-Ap ortm4t: Three
bldrems. sitting -djnln room.
maid's room, 3 atfleom, glo-
mae and hot wetor. Alboto Ne-
verro Street N. 52, El Carnme
Ia. Photo 8-2803.
FOR MRNT- Very- emfotAbl
*nd urehsed riateIS. Eay
trinapett,,, Noert Aaoarte
neoghbr,,. $50. Cell 3-0471.
FOR RINT:-ComfrfUobe fr,-
mided smmmUnet, .figomtor,
Nostl America nrighos. easy
ald ftoqmet tMnsgrtltkMi $50
Call 5-0471.
FOR RENT.-1-bedroom apeft-
ment, upsteirs 29t1 Street lest
No. Phone 2-3403.

FOR RENT:-Furmised end well
located apartment for a $eIgle.

room, hot w Pbeeq 1-2179.
FO.RMNTa'-LUufnrMlsod two-
Cem eetSlm eial o chdet.

$30. Informeelo.: Etudlent St.
No. 100. PhIoe 2-1508 or 5-


LOST: Dog. Cocker Speniel
female. light brewo, smell. Call
83-2125 hbeo, do-yim; 35-
4152. Reward. Let at S.A.S.
market. F. L. Corn.

LOST: Saml blood Cocker
Spaniel dog. famele deg. Nam
"Lady." Call daytime 85-2152
Cosasl; eleg 4:50- CurnMdu
83-2125. Lat ea LA.S. mar-
at, La d FL. CPwa.. .

Position Offered
WANTED -Peuea with ladle-
tivr for lrtIlve rode pulielSy
business. A od* 1045 PesN-
m, Phpne -T9471.

WANTED:- Ceompean t en-"
rapher eble to take dieteati
in Spanish end Egis ed
spQWe Prmament poleM.
Columbo PIcturoe, msho hiM-
mile Avem.

You cannot LOSE on,
our Record Club.Plan I


You may win our Ctlb,
and if yoet daM-Lyb
will amtil rmve $m5
j & b + J,.%,-; .

6aemllh's eo e,
Cotteae. Mo.em' mnlMes,
moderate rates. Ph Gamee

PHLLMIPS oeem ,e Coeta.,
Phone CPan -me T, Crie
bal 3-171.
FOSTR'S MAGfl see mile

WILLIAMS' San&t Ci"e Beech
atteees h -, ge*re-
n. 2-bed4rom. Phee blhee
_s 50. _

Beldwin's spartments fe r-t at
Seata Clara. PhoMe BoleI 3481
for reservations.

Shrtpnel's furIshed kb e e
beach t Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, BaJle 1772.

FOR RENT: Bletifully for-
nished large rrm. kitchen. Bol-
I Vista, Moeico Ave. 69. Phone
FOR RENT:- Furnished room,
noor the bus ftop in 46th St.
and Vii Elspeo. CoH 3-1099
or 3-6226.
FOR RENT: Furnished lage.
clean, cool room, private both
and entrance to responsible par-
ty without children. Peru Ave.
No. 35-19, lower.

FOR SAL:-- H.D. motcrcycla,
excellent condlHon. Call D. Nel-
lis 3-1874 or 5-567 after 4


hand mtore, "pWdorIy Eng-
Slig. 250 to 150 c.e. Phone Cris-
toabl 2302.

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE-- 23' emwise, fully
equipped, 4 bunks. For Inform-
tiel and demeonstralenl, pne
Balboa 2-1569.

Panama Line


Capt. and Mrs. Macon A. Tur-
ner are among the 110 passes-
gera scheduled to sail on the
Panama liner panama on its
northbound trip leaving Cristo-
bal .Saturday.
Turner, member of the Canal
Zone Police force for many
ears, Is retiring from the serv-
ice at the end of June. He and
Mrs Turner have not definitely
decided where they will make
their home in the States.
04y one passenger, Mrs. Flo-
rence Wolfe, has booked passage
on the Panama for HaitL
The complete advance list of
pcasenger for New York fol-
Lute H. Andres; Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie O. Anderson and 3 chU-
Lren; Miss Maria Arabia; Mr.
and Mrs. George D. Childress
and son; Mr. and Mrs. Clenc
L. Dimmick and 2-' chil4 Mr.
and Mrs. Robert R. Duncan and
2 children: Mr.-and MrL William
Dunning and 3 childrbh; and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Efa and 4
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fears
and 2 children; Miss Grace rfer-
ro; Min Francine Fogelson; Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel J. Qarrl; Miss
Anne Hopkins; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank E. Horn; Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick D. Hunaicker; Charles
3. Hurley; Daniel J.. lonoeae
Mrs. Pearl Jacloan; M. anda
Mrs. Edward Xoets; Mis Ruth
Ltttman; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Lowenatein; and Mrs. Ruth F.
Mr. and Mrs. UOward.W. Mae-
Kenile and 2 children; Mr. and
Mra. Lionel L lehersao and
daughter; Mr. saa Mrs. Norman


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FOR SAL-eaviesn Penm,:

Tol Im, 259 maeuinAe.
Blose 2-3050.
FOR AtIr-Tweieaw esq
-Hs $5000 mOegage. Agencies
PhWme 3.1069. Our mtto: "The
b. et for klss."

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FIO ChN--..-- "
f. rmshd. 2 bedWae-m--t'
room, g.r S., ae..l t
wh o e ,or "lLN.''
FO RINT: .Fornhd Tm'*
with 8 bedems. Call I-47-- -,
from 3 toE p.m.




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amen p z year-... w
yars a b Pitures gve y theb
the ADr.."In2tt'"o .srnity."... '91
bla a you the heart-beat of tMe Na In .

all America in "The Lon Gray ne!" Ir-tnte
Award-winner John Ford made this great story of
place and a great Staring Tyrone Pwer
O saraI' rr Robert FMrt al Donald Crit-i
Bond mer! Phil CareAd the entire
Corps otf c datin Cinemascopel In color by Te04
Don't amn 'TheI Lo O Gray uLne," at your avoritb
Theatre, sooL

Justice Depar

-The Justice Department yes-
terday dropped its three-year-
old perjury ease 'against Far
Eastern expert Owen Lattlmore.
The decision to abandon the
indictment was made after Fed-
oral Judge Luther W. Youhgdahl
twice dismissed the govern-
ment's key chSares against the
Johns Hopkins University pro-
Atty. Gen. Herbert Rrowell
Jr. said "0bpB cotaderatl of
all aspects of t pse" de-J
rtment deded not- t appeal
ou ruling to .the
preme Court.
"in the absence of th-
counts." ie added, "thae b to
reasonable lit:U Maod of a. .uc-
cemsful a on the. five
counts m nag' fromthu first
Lattimore, a long-t4me target,
of Sen. Jdseph R. McCarthy (R-
Wis.) origioaly-mwas Indicted Is
1952 oh charges he lied to he
Senate Internal Securty sub-
committee when he denied being
a "aympathisr" wtth commu-
Efforts to press the came led to
a clash between YoungdalI and
U.S. Atty. Leo A. Rover, who
charged that the judge was
basedd" .
Yoongdahj rejected the charge
a a "a scadaoua" a to
inteere with these = ara
Aamore who. been On
Leave ohnal .-A-
In:te- o-d*W
sCi Nrtourseumtal tira tear.
Be*. WllM -. 3 .R (V-
Ind-. sa sesM ru --

T ip Ia

tment OB,

fury Charge

and the political al'htea
them far removed ft mu e i,
fluence over national sfI
As a former editer oftia
aine Pacific Aflairg, Ltidli.
figured prominently. In---`
committee's 1952 lhTt E
of the Institute of Pa ct'
Lion.. -
The subcommttee.ol0 *
hu.titute. wh pubn-
:Vnbard tinlwulencedU.S.
In the ar t eas .. ..
lAttimor, amonk othe fap
denied being a ed CatSBns.
srpromuzf the.camuiiSi

To Thq Eih
SDENVMlMt E )-.r'A
of the Denver ski team
Ie we-traveled -by the
opens in the. ,
told the atfa
sponsor a tour
ers -to Chile ead
tia tMs a -mmser ,
The team will compete b"l
events;as- the AtlM Cfe M
2ba at Portillo,
Gol Cup meet at F n

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JNSON Hellman's "JeaAe" in London Grace b
early next year. ueatns ut
L etl Holly. Jean PirAum
iW re I wee m i et languWage the F.aech tr as
Swhot adre is w su waord l grip iand that ahe as a
thast way er, armad, obbo scrli sa the answer is *
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....eE" it 5 -. C. B. DeMille is pending .,S -
a aranc a Co Mes ew Resallad 'seW 000 for the five-minuts Red Sea
IIaw tS h levish wIih a dew oe. Eve ie sheequence .i "The Te Command.
Dnes Hotel in eeds he rik es a thements." No one is a bit worried
ie t8Sff. Mtof .' c eal gutter: tough, about any sea of red ink.
,I e ded to quit" says
as I am with my Joa nCM .in, the British doll wh I
t think I ever replaces Marilyn Monroe in Fox's It'. all 'squared away between
S"The Girl in the Red Velvet Barbara Rush and Jeff Richards
S, Swing," is hI for a divorce hassle. soon-to.-be.ex on. ft subject of
i i mpt on otit- of the cast Her husband, Maxwell Reed, their slon.Jeff sets the three-year-
b -a 's Partner". with John claims to have negotiated the con- old regularly. A few months back.
Ronald Reagan because tract that brought Joan U.S. star. there was a custody tussle be-
-coqetaet, but she'll dom and says that he doesn't want tween the pair.
trwetn bu hiidmads

S is the str of Marcel a divorce.
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CotnI 0ne as Gud Cade

aIn S. Sc d On Tbei og ip

This Is olyweed, Mrs. Jones 't
Kirk Douglas' former wife, Diana,
proposes to him and gets a big
" No" for an answer In his movie,
"Indian Fighter." Kirk hired heri
for the role s I '
Not in the Script: Florian Za- COAT GA RAININ BAK AGLI
bach, about bop music: "It's just, GLASGOW. Scotland, Coist Her nlame was changed from
Stravinsky played on an empty Guard Cadet Basil D. Harrington Horst Weasel lo Eagle, when ac-1
sdOmach. 212, of the Canal Zone, has arrived quired by the United States after
--- at Glasgow, Scotland, the first World War II for the training of
S .. .... of four European port-sof-call le Coast Guard cadets.
--The Las Vegas wirtet: oey,will visit with the United States I The cutter Campbell accompa-
Bishop at the Sands ad libbed it Coast Guard cadet practice squad. :nies the Eagle to provide ca4ets
.when a waitress dropped a tray of ron. I an opportunity to study a modern
silverware: "Ab, something ewi Harrington is the son of Capt. and-ship's tagineering plant in Oper-
in Vegas-a jackpot of forks." rs. F. J. Rarrinton, 50s Parsons action, and to familiarize the um-
--- St., Diablo Heights. He had been selves with navigational, gunnery
-A ...ed p how romP show e stole r ee I squadron sailed from New Lo n- they will use when they become,
ow from show girls revealing don, Connecticut, the home of the officers in the. Coast Guard.
acres of birthday pin at the nest Coast Guard Academy, on its an. Cadets apoard the Eagle, on the
.'If Puk poodles ge wt to be a noal summer cruise, to foreign other hand, find that handling her
pi I'm going Idesto the business a ports. 22,000 square feet of sail and over
usel, ing charcoal black fleas" Other ports Harrington will vis. 20 miles of rigging presents limit.
Selling ,arcoal black fles, it are: Le Havre, France; Lisbon, less opportunities tor training m
Katharine Henrn toldth. pr ...Portugal and Funchal, Madiera seamanship, leadership and inl-
L nron e" pun' told the press island .' tiative not afforded by a more,
alone, I want tobe left alone!"e I m 250 Coast Guard cadets of prosaic vessel. I
S,' the l a ssel of 1956 and 1958 are At sea, upper-classmen, under
participating in this cruise. They the guidance of officer instructors.
tairo's biggest used daminl deal are embarked in the two cruise perform duties n or mally per.
SFir-onest Abdul YIuseft, sold ships.-the Cadet training b a r k formed by officers of the Coast
C1t.Zhe camels used In ,'-Lsd ofI Eagle, and the modern, cruising Guard.
te Pharaohs" to-the nch-For, e'ctter Campbell out of New York Lower Slassmen, those of th e
eig, -eg l- o ver C" class of 1 r n leadership
Cael--. pe-q .-er-- Y-- I u 0A'majority of the cadets' time from the 2t4 1" y d 'd4.
Came luaMraupee, re um. .atIat sea will 'be spent aboard die themselves the scores Of t a s k s
Commercials start on British EI1le, a .205-fpot saying vessel t they will someday e qOering olh-
radio and TV in September and that once trained German naval ers to perform.
"understatements" are no beingcadets. The cruise has also b e e n
composea by the Whrner ad peo- ____
pie for "Mister Robdrs."
Rose Mariea the Riviera, tells! SHOWING AT YOVR SERVICE CENTER
absnu ttwo drunks walkbig down a
railroad Wak. "'T Is s he long- THEATERS ONIGHT
st fght of stainlever imbed, THEATERS TO HT
tse o ther, ad. the i BALBOA 6:15- 7:55 DIABLO HT. 6:15- :25
banisters." iu| uI TIONFifl : Elizabtih TAYLOR
--- I Ill f ..- ^ "BEAU BRUMMELL"
Hollywood Uncensored: MGM de- n *Ms...iONb*r Ir color n. I
signer Helen Rose will file for a Mo... winTURSDAY!
divorce- -"very quickly" -from 76 0H /
Harry Rose. "Now I realize," ,heI GAMBOA 7:00M
told me, "that a woman can't ve "BAD BLONDE" 7
a career and be a wife, too." 0rr "UR'OKrN LANC'
Fr w 310.1 L

S Kathryn Graysmn ho-hum about
work these days, wouldn't huddle
with Richard Xodgers on a Broaa-
way stint in the new footlight music
cal, "Pipe Drems."
Escape from typecasting note:
"Miracle in the Rain" is me 31st
movie in which Paul Picerni hasn't
kissed the girl. but in private life
he's the father of six children.

Big isx-gu
Donald Layton doesn't think the
enlprits who stole a pistol from
his gun shop will get much use
from it. They carted off the huge
four-foot repHea of a six-gun used
to advertise the shop.


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Bob Novey-Lil Arango

2nd Flight Finalists

.- -
Ernesto de Ia Guardia Jr., candidate for the
presidency of the Republic of Panama, moved into
the finals of the Al Reynolds golf tournament at the
Panama Golf Club this week with a close three and
one victory over Raul Arango, chief of the Republic
of Panama Fire Department.

S In the lower half, Erasmo de
1 ouardia defeated Ernesto do
S uardia m one-up when he
won the 18 hole. Ernesto III
three putted/the final gre-il to
be eliminated and Eraumo earn.-
5g the right to meet his brother
In the finals.
S In the second flight, Raul A-
ango Jr. made up for his la-
ther's defeat in the first flight,
when he stroked his way to an
dasy 7 and 6 victory over Tim
Woodruff, the man many
thought would cop the second
flight silverware.
nla the lower half of the sec-
and flight, Bob Novey fired bUs-
at Jullo Valdes to win
yn ag- d 3 margin. Valdes
*, carded 'birdies on the 9th and
S 10th.holes, but even that bill-
S* liapt display was unable to stop
Ne,*yw's victorious march into
the finals against Raul Arango
The big match of the week in

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In the Biddy eapgue the Pan
S cnIl pilots, coached by Jack
raaGtie, eked' out a win over
the Emblem Club, coached by
S R.ece, by the score of 29
S Score by quarters were: 4-5,
10-7, 15-15 29-2.
pan Canal Pilets '
P. Denton ..,..... ..... 0
W. Elgelle ........... 17
M. Lebrun ............. 0
B. Walker ............. 0
B. Hadley ........... 10
T. Hadley ...............
J. Potter ................
C. Rowan ...............
J. R.o-avsn ................ 0
Emblem Club

L. Caldwell .... ...... 1..
L. Corrigan ............. 0
R. Olaet .............. 4
i R. Mikulich ............ 0
- R. Mbrrls :.............. 4
O. Slice .;........... 2

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iim,toanhed by Ed. Kirchmeir.
to an Impreslve victory
-the Las Cumbres team
b by Am Selby by the
of to 10. Scores by quar-
wre: 11-2. 23-, 27-17. 37-
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G. Case .................
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Jackson .............
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0' Perante ..............
M. Rudge ..............
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0. Fitzgerald .........
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R. Bettis ............
W. Ashton..............
F. Chase ...............
J. Lawlor ................
M. 0'Nell ................
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and 5

the tournament was Ernestito
against Lul. And it was not un-
til Ernestito carded his third
birdie of the day on the par five
17th hole that he elimianted A-
rango, who staged a fine come-
back after a slow start that saw
him three down after four holes.
They halved the first hole, but,
Ernestito canned a birdie putt.
on the second to take a one-up
margin. mrnestito's pars on the
third and fourth holes were good
for wins, boosting his margin to
three-up. Lul received t w o
strokes duringW the day, the frtst
falling on the fifth hole and
gave him a halve.
Going Into number six three
down, Arango promptly found
his gahne and Ernestito had a
few rough holes-the result of
which Arango won six, seven
and eight to go all even. But he
bogeyed the ninth and Ernedtito
came through with another
spectacular putt for his par and
a one-up lead as they went to
the back nine.

Arango evened the match on
10 with a par. They halved 11.
Ernestito won 12 to regain his
one-up lead. Arango won 14 with
the hel of his second and last
stroke to .even the match.
And then it happened.
Ernestito birdied 15J He par-
red 16. He birdied 17. And tf't
wae eniough- to eiminate" almost
any. golfer on the Isthmpus of
Panama. He was two under par
for the final four holes and his
consecutive .wins on 15, 16 ana
17 put Lul on the sidelines by a
3 and 1 margin. 0
Ernestito chairman of the
195l Panama Open golf tourna-
ment and himself a former Pan-
ama Open champion needed
only 21 putts for the 18 holes
which is something of a record
in itself.

Jimmy Carter

3-1 Favorite

To Beat Smith

*BOSTON, June 20 (UP) -
Leght vo Jimmy
Carter today was a -to-1 favor-
ite to whip challenger Wallace
(Bud) Smith in their scheduled
15-round 135-pound champlon-
ship bout 'tonight at the Boston
The- defense will be Carter's
eleventh since winning the
crown that he has twice lost hut
always regained.
SBoth boxers were reported In
excellent condition at the ter-
mination of their training yes-
terday. The champ and chalR-
lenger both predicted a knock-
out victory.
Smith, rated fourth among
the lightweights. is plenty irked
about having to wait five years
to avenge a split decision loss to
Carter in his hometown, Cincin-
nati. Carter halls from New
"I have waited five years for
this opportunity," said Smith.
"and I am not only going to beat
Carter, but I'll knock him out.r
Carter, a 31-year-old veteran
of 97 bouts, responded to the 2&0
year-old challenger's statements
by Saying. "Maybe the best way
to shut Smith up is knocking
him out."

Elks Hoop



Bacot .. ..
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Fulton ..
Leslie ..
Morris, K.
Ryter ....
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His. medal score for the day --..............
was 38-36-74, or only two strokes h Total 12 5 5 29
over par. He had three birdies. ---
Lul, on the other hand, had a
40-39-79. but was unable to find Badgers
the range on the birdie putts. .-. fg ft pf t
40 lEgglet .......... .. f 0 2
Following the match, Mike Blackburu .......... 4 0 1 8
Moreno said, "They played ex- Mead, R.......... 0.0 2 0
cellent golf, but Ernestito's put- Rodrigues .......... 2 5 4 9
ter was so hot on 15, 16 and 17 Ebbs ............... 2 1 12
I doubt if any member of the er of the Perantie ...........1 "0 0 2
club could have beaten him. He HotD. .............. 1 0 7
sank a 0 footer f a 20 footer for a par and a Sutherland ......... 1 1 0 3
win on 16 and was knocking ir ir .
eight footers all afternoon. It Total 17 9 9 43
was an excellent match. If Er-!
nestito plays like that in the fi- Wildcats
znal, he will be the winner. Lul Kirkland, L. ....... 2 0 0 4
staged a wonderful comeback Delgado ...........1 0 4 2
after a slow start, but how can Pederson .......... 0 0 0 0
you beat a marn who uses only Reyes, R. ......... 7 8 3 19
21 putts over 18 holes." Reynolds .......... 0 0 0 0
Washburn .......... 0 0 2 0
Ernestito is slated to be noini-1 Nahmad, ......... 3 1 1 7
nated national candidate for the Fearon ........... 2 0 3 4
1956-1960 presidential term Sun-! .
day, and as a result the date Total 1 813 36
and time of the finals will be

announced later. The opening round Qf 'ket-
ball gme in the Elks Lague
There will bell be an all-de la found the Hawkeyes overwhelm'
Guardia finals in the first the Wolverines 36-29, and the
flight. Ernestto will play his Badgers top te Wildat .
brother for the coveted char- For the Hawkeyes, Kirehmier
pionshlp and the beautiful sil- and Bacot provided 'th fen-
ver trophy donated by King's sive power while elby did a bit
Ransom and House of Lords rep- Job: aon. d"aefea ecea French
resentatlves in Panama and the and Morri w the counter
Canal Zone. pukch' for themes but
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Rodman Championship 3,C W

GolfIIor againLe Tr
Golf Tourney ITIs ee score bu th d

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This weekend July a-3-4, the
firat round of the Rldman Club
Champ onip Tourey will be
pled at the Rodman course.
e paLrina for the various
flights are as follows:
Men's Chapplanfumhp Flight
M. Mora vs R. Miller
C. Humble vs F. Melniek ,
R. Blainkenship va D. Bean
W. Young vs W, Duffus
First Flight
E. Sovey vs B. McGinnis
C. Shaw vs M. Smith
W. Markfeld vs R. Ritter
C. Pyffer ys T. Murphy
Second Flight
W. McNaughton vs. 0. 8amp-
R. McClain va E. Shelp
C. Copeland vs V. Papi
A. Boyett va W. McClellan
Third Flight
W. Welch vs D. Lutz
'C. 8tenmoe vs A. Hudson
J. McNulty vs J. Hazy
H. Hochstadt vs B. Vols
Fourth Flight
C. Meek vs A. Hughes
D. Thiel vs R. Conrad
C. Stejple vs W. Donnelly
G. Wise vs H. Helm

Lasle' Champlmishi Flight

t. Hugbes w Bye
3. copeland vs B. Luta
H. Stemple vs Bye
First Flight
8. Helm vs L. -Hadley
A.:Papi vs D .Sovey
MoMorTp emerged as the med-
alist the men s division and
RM. Bushes was low scored
among the %ladles Mora meets
Ralph Miller in -h first match
which should prove a good bat-
tle Between these two ong ball
hitters. Rae Hughes drew a bye
so it will be another week be-
fore she swings into action.
All players are requested to
contact their opponents to es-
tablish a starting time for their
match. Starting times will be
registered with the club man-
ager by calling Navy 3691.
Members who have not been
out to the course for a while.
will be in for a few surprises.
The clubhouse has a "new look"
and the course has been tough-
ened by narrower fairways.
All .light elimination matches
will consist of 18 holes match
play. The finals will be 38 holes
for the men's championship
flight and 18 holes for all other
flights. First round matches
must be completed by July 4.
semi-finals by July 10 and the
finals will be held on July 16.

Some More Bucks

For Teener Team

Dr. Raymond's clinic made a
major contribution to the fund
raising campaign to send fifteen
boys to Hershey, Pennsylvania
to compete in the FVW National
Championship for the Teener
baseball title. A check for $50
was received from the clinic.
During the past week contri-
butions were received from the
Dr. Raymond ,linji .. $50.00
Republic Films .. .. .... 5.00
Irving ap Co. ......... 3.00
Lucky trike C. ........... 10.00
Universal Export ..... 10.00
Philippine Rattan ....... 5.00
Carta Vieja.............. 5.00
Franois 7. Reilly ......... 1.00
NCO at Amador .......... 8.00
CPO at Rodman ......... 28.90
Plans All Set at Coeoll For
This Weekend

However, the President plays to
a two handicap, giving him a
net 72 for the day.
Others who tied par with their
net scores were Pico Diaz 81-9-
72 and Lul Arango 81-9-72.
Golfng Gossip from the
Amador Ladles
The Blind Bogey Tournament.
June 23, was a good game and
what a surprise to all of us
when a par of 7r was drawn
from the hat.
Mary Rowan was nearest par
with a 73, Bev Dilfer had a 77
and Johnnie Stovall and Helen
Schull tied for third with a 79.
Nice going, gals! Congratula-
tions to Marian Glock with her
nice low rd. of 80 and also
winning twe golf ball for the
least number of puttals
Come on out, gala and bring
a friend for the-. iTe-to-Green
TournaLment Thursday morning
-fqll handicap, allowed and we
are'*ooking forward to a lot of
fun. gSee you theal

The George W. Goethals Post
of VFW, Post 3835 of Cocoli, has
completed their plans for the
festival to be held at the Post
this Friday, Saturday, Sunday
and Monday, to raise money for
the Teener baseball jaunt tu
The "Open House," Fun Festi-
val, Fund Frolic or what have
you., will tart of Friday, July I
at 5 p.m., with a free fish fry.
Close to a half ton of fish has
been obtained for the occasion,
and. from all indications thigf
will be one of the largest fish
frys ever held on the Isthmus.
The fish with all trimmings,
such as potato salad, cole slaw,
French bread will be served dai-
ly between five to six o'clock, ab-
solutely free.
After the fish fry, there will
be dancing every evening. The
popular Blue rass and his boys
will provide the music Sunday
night, On Saturday night, the
Music Makers and George Miller
and his Gang will provide the
lively tunes for the dancers.

Those who prefer other forms
of entertainment, will find bin-
go, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. every
day except Friday. A surprise
jack pot worth quite a large sum
will be an inducement for the
bingo players.
Many merchants in Panama
as usual have come across with
some splendid door prizes.
Special attractions have been
arranged for the kiddies. Those
who want to fatten their pocket
books will find various Dame
Fortune or Lady Luck opportu-
nities to go away from the Open
House with some dough in their



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The Red Box wore their black
arm bands of mourning In si-
nce lad they ~played without
fie usual wlae-cracks and razz-
ing last night but they won two
games, 4-0 and 8-2 over the
Senators, the first on a -three-
Iit shutout by Frank Sullivan,
the second with an explosive
eight-run rally lan. the ninth.
Sullivan, who now has-won"
six games in a row turned in
his second straight shutout
and Jack Jensen contributed
three rune batted In on a
homer and a saerlfoeq fly ia
the opener. Faye Throneberry
also hit a homer. Sullivan who
had a two-hit shutout over
Detroit in his last tart, now
has a 10-6 won and lost mark.
Bob porterfield appeared to be
"In" with a shutout of his own
in the second game when the
Red Sox became electric with
energy and after Norm Zauchin
hit a two-run homer made a
rout of it, adding four singles
and a double and also utilizing
-uch devices as interference by
the catcher, a sacrifice, a walk
and a force out. Zauchin up for
the second time hit the double
for the final run.

Agganis would have
proud of every one of them
The victory moved
within half a game o
fourth place Tigers who
10-inning struggle froth
White Sox, 5-4, on a sin
Frank House after Earl
son walked and went to tl
Jim Delsing's single. The
Sox had come from beh
tie it at 4-4 in the ninth.
go dropped 3V games
the idle Yankees. 'In th
other American League
Cleveland topped Kansa
7-5 with six runs In the
Inning, three on Larry
homer. Mike Oarcia we
first game since May 15 a
fourth of the year.
In the National Lpaguo
Dodgers came home to
Flatbush and utilized hoi
mashes by Jack Robinso
Furillo and Duke Snider
6-5 victory over Sal Mag
the Giants, who dropp
fifth place. Cincinnati toc
fourth with a 91 victor
St. Louis while Chicago
in second place by beatli
waukee 7-3. After the Ph
ished uncompleted busin
last April 24 with a 3-0
in a suspended game, 1
rates went 10 innings to
the Phillies In the regular

Maglie, who had won e
a row, was tapped for th
ingon and Furillo homers
cession in the second inns
suffered his fourth defee
der hit his 24th homer I
the major league lead agi
this blast in the eighth
to be the winning run. 1
ants, full of fight, rallied
run on a Robinson error
ninth but Jackie atoned 1
by starting a game-endi:
ble play.
Ernie Banks and Jim
each hit two homers an
Jones struck out 12 in tU
triumph at Milwaukee.
a seven- ihtter and
eighth victory of the
Hank Aaron homered f
Joe Nuxhall missed i
for his thirl straight
but coasted to an easy
Job for his eighth victo
Cincinnati. Johnny Tem]
ted in five runs, three
triple, and stole a bas
Ray Jablonski hit a 1
homer against his old C
The Pirates made 12 h
of them singles by Tom
Dick Cole, Frank Thomi
Dale Long In the 10th to
Philas. WUUillie Jones home
the Phils and Long for ti
The Phils added a ninth
run in their suspended
victory. Jack Meyer w
winner in that game but
regular one In relief.

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Chicago at Mllwabkee (N)
Cincinnati,4t ft. Louft ($)
New York at erooklyn (NI
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N)
Pittabrgh 000 000-0 0 5 2
Philadelphia 00000 23*-3. 5 2
Kinl (1-3), Face and Shepard,
Meyer (3-6) Roberts and Bur-
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(Night Game)
Pittsburgh 001000 0213-7 12 0
Phila. 000 103 001 1-4 12 0
Surkont, Friend (5-4), Donoso,
Face and Atwell.
Wehmeler, Meyer (2-7) and
Lopata. .

(Night Game)
Chicago 302000020-7 7 1
Milwaukee 000002010-3 7 1
Jones. (8-8) and McCullough.
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S. al Station vs Gibraltar
me tun Univeral Sport wells
n, C.rl
lie and Much speculation has been ad- Unve
led to vanced as to what effect, if any, been tl
ok over the five new players recently of the
ry over added to the Naval Station roe- if far
stayed ter, will have on their future their pc
ng Mil- performance in the league. ning an
iMs fin- To solve the question of lpecu- holding
ess of nation, all roads will lead to the the eel
victory Mararita gymnasium tonight at has tall
the Pi- 7 o'clock when the league's pace- tal on t
defeat setters take on the runner-up 5 gamen
r game, Gibraltar Life quintet. Tonight's the team
opening encounter will mark Unispor
the third time that Naval Sta- three g
eight in tion has played Gibraltar this NavalS
ie Rob- season.
in suc-
ing and The first game, opening night,
at. nlt- was won by the inaurancemen He
to take 74 to 72 In five quarters and the fl
Sin and second, another thriller, was
roved added to the Navy's wint column ue
The G_- by a narrow 61 to 57 mintG So S le
4 for a this aIs the "rubber" gni. a l"
in the both teams are aIminm 4 Tq
for that mu sh anxiety tfor a in r T
ng dou- alimportant conte '
SFor t N&val -Station quintet Nt
the pressure will be somewhat The
a King lighter than that which ill be be
d Sam on Gibraltar. A Navy win will
he Cub place them two gaies In the Le
It w leaue was le while the worst th tne e
Jonea' can expect from the nights aac- s
year. tivitiek is a tie for first l.plS
or the which would be the su ofa a F
Gibraltar Life win.
Falling two games behind s
n a bid would not betoo encouragi nfor
shutout Gibraltar fa anand that' eact-
nine-hit ly what would happen oauld S
ry with the Tars continue to 10or nt
S bat- tler win streak b five IgM es. M
on aG G e Richter has gleuthel. ~- d
Be while surmiemen some tremendous
cardinal offlme and their mu Ndt de o e
tall men are Improving with ev-
cry game. fk
its, four Noel Gibson's charges expect th- Ot,
Saffel, to be atfull strength for to-
as and night's action qaant Naval S ta-
top the tion. The Navy quintet ada.
ered for relying upon their two "old ke-jra'ii
he Buca. pendables," erry Mall' .and h
i nning Frank Doran whose coitrib- t
, game ions to the Naval station league
as the lead has landed the th
lost the 1 :id 2 spots in the serin
pprtment. WV.
Cellar At Stake Tonight To* MonutE
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tOnlght's Imes Unive orta mutt (1
the cell er tonight Mo
are pinned upon
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m "jI "iet rP and when ya ehes he baiting reer aewit wh iters. The big ri t-hander Is alwaysIn the e for
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Sroelh a tool o .Red' iy HAiRY GRATION er for someone out of the Count Well had an out apd would pre- the crude side, but knows conild-. Conl
a for Even more than a tool of Red of Monte Crito, forced the Mar r big and slow Bob Baker with erably more than he did the night Stew
eethe pagana, sports in the Red NEW YORK (NEA) Rocky elano match by beating Nino Val- the gn of welcome on hi chin Walcott put him on the seat of
S th ar ape is a means of ha Marelano w three years getting des, the number one heavyweight this trip, but novw there is a Pub- his black pants in Philadelphia.
l uia youth m reparato far out of the Old Men's Home. Icontender. n May and Olson thle demand for he Moore fight. Ro Mrano '-
.p n 1 athletic as tary duty and of teaching m a Mrsnt there was Joe Loui. Thento middleweht monarch, in June. ocky Mare, ano i' batwk in lthe I
l r in ideologi- war skills. eae Lee Savold and two tripsl e says he'll knock out Marclano THERE ARE SURE to be ear- Old Men's .me, but with a live L
'e LNo wonder so many first-ratewith Jeney Joe Waleott, plus a a September, and after what thinly pyrotechnics in the Marciano- one.
Sathletes from behd the Irn postponment. Mar c i ano was amazing old geezer has accom- Moore fight, one that lends itself
u s ev ntly regard urtin refuge to retn home p aed to be fighting a yount fel.- pbed you can believe anything to reams of sports page copy. it
&. w 9 as evidence of from free countries where they low for a eban e In Roland La about him. will be a good betting fight. The
li. l. erity," Vie were sent to compete. Stara but quley got back in the Al Well takes the Moore match men come into It with the finest
S__ veteran' bureau for two jousts reluctantly. After taking Charles records.
with Eznard Charles. to the pork barrel twice Marcia- Marciano sl easily hit and Moore
THE B REFOOT CONTESSA" Now The Rock has another old no's manager was asked about has demonstrated that be can n
gur on hi hands n Archie Moore, Moore. drop... and leave for dead... any-
W S O f AT r A withHE whom he'll do plenty of ex- 'lie won't draw a quarter," be body who leaves an opening com-
X!W S6N O AT TH EMCs WTRAL. editing business at Yankee Stadi- replied. "We'll go with Don Cock- ing to him. He figures to knock
unm, Sept. 2X. ell. The international angle will Marclano down, but The Rock will
dt to 8. w h bring money." get up, and there will be lumps
hatMoore admits to 38,aid whi chis .- .. ..- on Moore's venerable head along
what Wde that maifet he was whn about the lt or 12th.
-amibfre g een Hfh-Mareiao and Moord arepo-
li n I lively fearless. Moore koweve-
drpedn The a broken airplane, ry trick of the trade, but will be
n T h e Rocd lead. K matol crowded and not perm fitted to
oore arrived at the Marcla- MAJOR EgE LEADERS coast. Marciano always will be on
po match in a strange way. They I I -. r"
uade him quality by knocking out LEADING M -S
Bobo Olson the middlewel g h t
ah ampion._ l following 119 vie- (Based on 125 official at bats)
tries, 81 knockouts and after be-
sting every light-heavy and heb- NATIONAL LEAGUE
vyweight be could get in a battle-
pit. Player and club g ab r h t.
MOORE NOT ONLY got his big- Ashburn, Phila. 60 231 42 82 .355
gest pa yday against Olqon, but Mueller, N.Y. 66 277 29 93 .336
flattened a television Idol to final- C'nella, Bklyn. 65 242 42 81 .335
Sfaste himself in the minds ofKluasaki, Cinei. 65 256 43 84 .328
Lqe0country. Virdon, St. 1. 59 220 31 72 .327
Archie the Antique, a dead ring-i .7
?A,* line Detroit 67 26855 98 .366
Vim, Chicage 67 275 41 92.335
attim h aeo c Kuntn, Detroit 58 236 36 76 .322
pL ew atest filmm The Barefoot Co-mith, Cleve. 72 296 62 05 .321
t open, very soon -a he "Central" .atre. Doby, Cleve. 58 221 37 69 .3t12e
S Ie ft e, f1d In Teoanicolor, on locations In Italy M
o t the dramatic rise from obscurity to world-famed HOME RUNS
of,% depcei*,discovered In a M drl1 night club. The
Saw-Hhrey Bogartwith his co-star, Ava Gard- Snider, Dodgera ........24
Title Others headig the Impressive cast in- Klussewki, Dodgers ....
....dfid on. Maris Rring, Elizabeth er, Banks, ubs ........ 18
vaenftas Cortesa, Roasano Brazzi, Marl Aldon and War- Mantle, Yanke---------18
ra teMantle, Yankees......
1n producing and directing the picture, Jo- RUNS RATTED IN
M LManklewlos, four time Alademy Awar winner, also
S the og"nal areenup'. S. Snider, Dodgers ........ 73
I.Campanells, Dodgers ... 64
Jensen, Red Box ........ 58
Ennias, Phillies............ 54
Klusinewaki, Redlege ..... 53
Mantle, Yankees ........ 3
Smith, Indians .......... 62
Snider, Dodgers........ 60
Bruton, Bravesn.......... 56
Gilliam, Dodgers ....... 56
Tenthe. ofla ne, Tioers.......... 98
Te th of a series Smith,t Ialan .......... 3
By ED OLIVE tMueller, Giants ........
Written for NeA Sero Aaron,. Braves .....2. 0 2..
p. F" oX, .WhitteBox ........ .92
Sit right here and I'll give you
this entire series. I have been the PITCHING
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I've run second oftener than theI W L Pet.
horses chasing Nashua. They callNewcom b e, Dodgers 13 1 .929
me Porky, but I don't keow why.IWyn, Indians......10 2 .83
Ben Hogan has fattened up on DOnOvan L 9 2 .818
Me. "IIArroyo."Cardin .., 2 818i
When Hogan shot a course re-ILoes, Dodgers ...... 7 2 .778
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