The Panama American

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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:
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

Subjects

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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01614

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thors across this land whose
Most serious problem in the next
THE MAIL OX 0 days Is not towhip out a
;' o 0 complex script, but to pencil in ; .... .
a simple cross on a ballot now
RADIOS BLARE WHILE SALARIES BURN in front of them.
Sx' ,The whim of those 425 writ-
As I walked through the various 'Reservations' and down of will decide control of muh
lie center ox balboa, 1 couldn't help noting an air of happiness of what some rs0,000,000 people,ar
in.eacn home. People were singing, pianos play hgradiosomurting ldn somec d00s er, w le
o rn tne favored music, ana een the chives merrily rolling and see each day over this
along spreading their note of gaiety tnru the air. For today most powerful communications
ias a day o0 (ood-tilings. Tne U. S. Government is about to and entertainment medium of
g.ve these people the opportunity to loose beneths which they all time. cribbler who'v
oon't particularly seem to want anyway. The people are proud. w r these scribblers, who've
O.e can't hel .but notice this. Pride is a quality which written every one of the live
vi.mnguihles the willing coward from the determined hero. shows since television was
'i ne U. S. Government. knowing the quality of these people and launched in the Lt S. (after the
how closely aligned they are to American heritage said: Russians Inv ntedit, of
"Hear Ye People ot the Zonel Remember the 'Boston Tea are voting in an electonY-
rAPtv'? How tearfully the cowardly people of Boston appeased mail for union represenation
ineir inherent right by denouncing the government for trying by either the screen Writers
to enforce 'Taxalon Without Representation.' Remember how Guild or the new Teaeviulon
iney fought for iti Now you people of the Zone would not do Writers of America.
this would you?" This is an election which
"sN o!" The proud people screamed a., they sat docilely In should not be permitted to slip
their government-owned-homes. The money was easily drawn out of sight into some political
from tneir pockets as they became proud of their pride. Further woodwork. These are t'ahe z
oeprlvatlon would be easy. wholl write the scripts which
'Hear Ye Proud People of the Zone!" the Government now will mold many a youngster's
realized that these were people of action who fought for their future, and many an adult's
limited rights, who were proud: philosophy. So let's take this
"What is differential? What is hospitalization? What is thing apart.
rent? Only bad words to you proud ones.' The new Television Wilters of
"Yes! Take these ,ugly words from our vocabulary,'" the America, for example, has some
people rejoiced. But the people were oroud enough to realize Intrigning leaders who've been
tnat they should not be too eager; so they called a meeting real close 'to outfits olted in
and decided that a tiny opposition might make the government Congressional records Ua Com-
leel good. A woman was elected (A man might be too strong In munist.
the defense and from behind women's skirts men have better Being the owner of a TV set
prospective). She was so thrilled by the nomination that she which works on clear nights if
had to make a speech to show how strong her feelings were you kick It right below the an-
in the matter: tenna, I take this left-wing
"You must not expect the Impossible. I hope I won't be leadership as a personal Insult. ...'-
criticized too much. I don't understand depreciation and ac- Whenever I see Red In an or-
counting. ganizaton I always look to see .
Everyone was happy that they were not taking any drastic who to the executive secretary. A .
action and that this representative. once confronted with high- That's the key spot. Controls the M anpOW er G O S
powered political would come back gloriously defeated' apparatus, the mailing lists, the : .
Yes; as I walked through the happy Zone watching this office force, the commlaica.-
'vanity-fair,' a group of individuals coaght my interest, A man tions line. I like to see If that' B
was standing on a box that, I presumed, once contained soap. a Party line.
His face was red, his eyes gleaming and the little horns that In this case, if you took at -: -- .
-rotruded from his temples sparkled in the late afternoon sun. this Television Writers outfit
"People of the Zone," he shoutedL. greatt honorable, digni- you see a really attractive lady WASHINGTON- (NwA) Defezise Secretary Mat any weak ng of t
fled, proud people of the Zone. Tell the Government that you executive secretary by name of Charles E. Wilson's plan to cut back the size of all nwAtaK
no longer want to be a burden to them. Tell the Government Joan Lacoeur. She was active the U. 8. armed forces and keep the draft call _fr AT 1
that you not only will work without. pay, but that you will.pay in the Progressive Party in under 25,000 men a month may avoid-tempo- the eadM of deierment.
them for having the honor and privilege to work in this trop- California, and that means rarily-what was becoming an exceedingly tight The ge ue hanswered qi
lcal paradise." w working with the apparatus manpower squeeze. solution_ f of Wlson's will lai
A short distance fromn this excited man sat a small, chubby of labor leader Harry Bridges. This squeeze was developing from the fact jhat 9 dit bord officlolals all
n~an wearing a wnite toga. Above his head was a circular beam Which is right interesting, the number of men reaching draft age between whe quot are lower I
of light. He seemed deprebsed. Maybe Joan Lacoeur has a 1950 and 1960 averages only a little more than a volunt er and the re-enuI
"What's the matter?" I asked. w similar bright future. But r ht million a ye&r. In the atmed services fall c
"Nothing." He moaned. "I only wanted these people .t 9how pow she's one of the two top When physical and mental rjeatlons are taken Re-enlistment hat. asi
thdir gratitude to the government by wearing m 'I Like Ike leaders of this Television Writ- from this number, the fig .rs reduced by 20 year they &vered ,1 000
buttons and taking a few weeks vacation for celebrating this ers of America, although I've per cent to around 00000 elible for service. year they haveau raga 0
ever. If t tsl do stack up in the bay it will only mean more searched the !'V credits an4 The low number is directly traceable to the The same thing has he
peop to ceebrtte this patriotic day. The more the merrier. there are just no listings for depre sipA years, when U.-&. marriage d birth' Lst year t avee of a
Olu toi t attract touch government attee"tion her. Sort of a ghost writer, may- rates fel& off m. .a "or. t i yesa
Just ough tM show .them how proud W are I could t help Be inntn inI 1 the number of ys reach-* 3 a-
S t b my a p rlace ticket t t New o I could nh t help But there was nothing wraith- tg 1 yeas of age will rise to 1,4,0w0. ItW .J
I" b1 also -rbllsedhow the weak acubof',ese Ie on her aCtlat in the. Orm- stay at this level or the next jear. in th4 C te f-
ou.t^w'*, a sithn Sw _to the Art# clea-hce& Sad the number'.*l_ to 1f or.th .. ,_ W-
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a b sahousn't be oVershadowedt by Until Secretary aWi son aeaoned .
"IF WE'D ONLYT USED WHAT WE HAD" the lady's glamor. He's been cut of the U. 8. armed *W ra ftcm a L 4
IF Wr: ,N active In thlW Arts and Scfence total of 3,647,000 to' 3X,00 and
Even I who don't profess to be an efficiency expert., an see groyp. too. But that's not the hope that the draft call would be
the wasLe ot manpower, materials ana so on throughout the Panpoit. 2W000 a month, a number of drast oo er of
Canal organization. Not only there but also in the Nayy, Air This union president, RAch- were being considered. This bil
orceArmy ant ts tenansorganizations which are a compensat ard Powell, a very serious They Included lengthening tthe period of draft 196 a
Stereo. loo many chleis and no indians. How oiten nave I comedy writer for some mighty service from two to four years, lowering the sle- their t
Sheardthis expressed? o it J not a new things to most everyone big entertainers hasn't ex- tlve service mental and physical standards 7T T l
within each organization. Some place this wxl have to stop and actly been politally selective further, ending educational and occupation thb
p our present administration can see this. -. in is past labor connections, deferments and the drafting of young fathers. PO0w. i
"ne objective is somewhat the same under all services Brother Powell has for some On top of all these extreme measures ere t it u
getting the job done. With 'the exception of the Army who can time been a member of the has always been in the background the posaili- be sN
SisY iteir job has increased or the present, chiefs, who can say West Coast regional council ty of puts in universal military training. p e uat
their miasson has taken on new burdens to form a baasis for all of the Radio Writers Guild general of the Armies Omar N. Bradl & With
This waute man power. It all goes back to our little empire build- an outit which I've thought Chie. of oawtf put in a plug for UMT An t. At hgnv- e
t ers (building a simple one map job up to gigantic proportions of as a crawling thing since ed Fdrces Day speech in Washington only a few year &I
to make one self look good). The sad part of this from the Jul1 1950, when its national days ago. pe fto
bottom to the top too few people have the guts to maintain a leaders rejected a resolution Congress Is afraid of UWMT. President Elsen* A-ular
policy or even set one, and it is doubtful if few have the ability which would have placed the shower now says he doesn't want it, Just the The
Storecornise such a set up.. Radio Writers Guild in sup- a pilutraen regard It as an ultimate M- .LgR
This alone is one of the reasons our appropriation for the port of 6ur government in the cessty and the only way to make every man do
Air Force was cut. They had ample time to clean up and get world crisis created by the his dutyo Wis country.
their back yard in shape. But this Job alone means clear cut Communist invasion of South But 'Wi's lowered military manpower ,a.le A'lttl
decisionA all the way down. And in this our present executives Korea. have caused the politicians to heave a grata it the
S(no disrespect to the word), with all their pomp and show, Korea was not even mention- of relief. While the majority of congrhe mei 3,00
do not Impress anyone but their followers whose head will fall ed in the resolution placed be-
likewise when the proper people wake up. fore the Radio Workers Guid
( : BSo wake up ye oslgards WWho are blindly followVing the wolf Council by one of the few active '
In sheep's clothing, for when the day comes it Is you who will anti-Communists on It. In his
be judged with the company and the practices you keep. naive way, the anti-communist
S o on throughout this controversy. Don't blame It all on thought he could get the Radio
someone who wants to keep the expense down, so for you lose Writers national board simply
your a5% and you, Joe, lose your 31.50. to pledge "cooperation" with i- --
Remember itf we had utilsed what we had and made an the U. 8. government.
Sameeanting of that la proper order this would not have This is how he later explain- MAN 'ABOUT TOWN vertho
hap" d ed the incident to the Senate If t.d'
And so It goes. You get no sympathy from me for I'm one Sub Committee on Internal Horase, Doea e --exex-wife (Mickey Devine .stil
4f you and writing to your Congressman will avail you nothing. Security: oowf .ln ew wed to a fireman ) Isa "
Get this and remember it. Your gripes are expected, particularly "There was a bitter rgu-. .i 4IoMa arUs .Pat Ward's betrothed 'hy a I
when they concern your llveMhood. ment about this resolution. Is n al W .I O'!Brien, the sN scunts,
What can you reccommead or better and more efficient One member / theCc l -3butthe aru
operation of your organtan? If you have something to offer said that he would ne io anvoteie3ag(W-helnwurdRothe ixa eatla
In this respect, then.write your Congressman and the powers /or such a resolution because I't earkd Pla t" eIt
that be. and you will get an ear. Why be so meek. and a yes he had been Informed by an th.id hew's blaondsdelag" Att.
an, when w .m In this lifU e will It get you and neither will official of the- Depart44ent of ta m a. ..1.er KnnNS _ir '- A:
profit by ItN Rave you you ever submitted a plan whereby Labortwho Dea rt men rt o. nIo. New 6) l e s A a r,
Iour orXansatim could save the taxpayer money? Has It faUen f rom Korea tct teolpur-ed tion e... tThe Aoe r I5f
Uad dest es as mine has? Have you then sent it higher up? posm o ri ca Occptionu ar aerudr..Te b .tg 8;
ve you ethagted all your means whereby It resulted In n Korea was to sm Ko-l d by
This is the present setup and you well knowrean labor unionsit." Cus W sshi e Nt
v RBut when they out appropriation then they start button- This witness, Welbourne elI., IsW p sCushengteN or etw?-4 0
In %w and o u may as well expect It for you have tarried too ly, also told the Senato'rs that tey
ouw.g Yu who i 've given years to the big ditch, and so on. "on two or three oeaslon ak en .Wae) -
T, bst to .youT and yours, and I know you'.will be glad wheir I was vice l tldent, re pl e ls)
you etbe thane. But I'm m0re joyful than that. In this were circulate darount, the re.. Lee-Said Ao u k .
you realle there is no such thing as security except Imprison- condfl! table and t wa eds he .t eer B adin gn..
meant and death. The hapy man is the man who is satisfied to s ln, the Satocholm nd I was asked G gaS a
In his work and in the life he lives. Money lacks many things Appeal whatever thate is. e n. gy.s ut o w
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Let's Be Fair.. I'lte' thtit Is.-chum.
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Ivan Ellbeck in the summer of
Tfkalae 1950. and was not with a group
sources sof klansmen who burned a shack
Sthis country In and on the outskirts of Apopka.
t0:3uWoth pt- McMennasty and Hart were
economy aid t accused of making false state- To see our MOVADO watches, Is to recognize in-
Its- -le-aderar ,.rovt- ments regarding the same incl- comparable beauty. Not aoparen to the eye of the
-. i mut ua" ........ dents, while Judah and R.lemnr beholder, is the fine quality of the 17-jewel mov-
VIm act smug.agoo'. '4-. $ ode dftled was:accused of lying about the meant. guaranteed to aive years of utmost satisfaction
OMls. floggings. and accuracy.
4 Of and Morton was accused of making Froui $34.5
p two Northernort- false statements In connection
MgY (l)rg Opyeige "49 de- With the car chase.
... "". e-" Summons were Issued ordering THE
.linte the seven defendants to appear
la J. L K ,0 kA, A at federal court here June 19 for D
7-,Fla:, id" arraignment on the charges.
g gotom ynLe n gIeUnnwn irr AREU DIAMOND CEN'TER
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John U MOln (D- 0A 10 8 5 4 Frank Williams. Washington, at-
a- an almbat 610 4 ber torneys for the National Assocla-
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1"to o 23, Colored People. Ted Poston, of g.u
Whon Red It. : "I 3 A || ll) "- .. the New York Post and Raisona alt er"g.
m Unite 8 1 WAd. In- Lowe of the Chicago Defender.
.wl Or, Th v manao d to ewape after a l p' lis filled with bruises.
Q. A t5 'i u 9. dri to tr a wi chase through the country-
Nov= ). a I Howard rath after a side. Well-worn seps sad rugs he uses.
.W "s-m' "r eries of gets or see lnvolv* Boykin was flogod allegedly ea weuld leaWe homh e like new..
"-,m Vt Ing-rall alandre groups-In for union actlviaes and Ellbeek
V I,11Mr Florida. was "snatched from his front P. L Clasiflede, it the right clue!l
Sf an earlier fled last door In Apopka by klansmen and
-w. d.. 3"n Deamber the _indled five taken and flogged," the indict-
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be- talk his wife, Dusty Anderson in-
t hind the Screens: Something, to a reconciliation.
bigger than 3-D or wide screens! Jane Russell showed up at a
p on the way-a revolt against' glittering Hollywood party with
S ollywood censorship, a Bible under her arm. While
s p the other stars laughed it up,
e First spearhead against the Jane sat by herself in the corner
Scesorship lines Is being made by reading the scriptures in silence.
Otto Preminger and F. Hugh I Why she went to the party in the
,Herbert in releasing "The Moon first place is a puzzler.... There's
Is Blue" without a film-industry a laugh-getting sign in the card
purity seal. Next will come a room at the Hollywood Friars
carefully planned attack by Pro- Club reading: "Members are cau-:
ducer-Director Robert Aldrich. tioned not to play with mem-
Aldrich has a hush-hush project bers."
1 he says will stay within the con-
fines of good taste, but: VIDEO RUMBLINGS
S "I'mn deliberately making a' Hollywood on TV: Dick Wesson
picture that doesn't conform to starts a comedy series on NBC-
i censorship. The trouble with the TV in the fall ... .There are Hol-
4ndustry is that we try to satisfy lywood movie plans behind Jane
Sawverybody and end up by satisfy- Valli's decision to leave "Your
Snlg nobody. It's better to alien- Hit Parade" at the end of the
t 75 per cent of the movie au- current season. First, shell get,
Science so that you can be sure of her own TV show, .-.E.ddy Ar-
Sper cent. nold, the warbler, will be. pinah
I- ;Shore's summer replacement....'
C .Bruce Cabot didn't realize a Frank Lovejoy will play a news-
enny from his auction of his paperman in "Night Beat," a pi-
Spousehold goods at a swank Bev- lot telefilm adapted from radio.
rly Hills going-going-gone gal- A sponsor is interested and the
fery. The minute the money was show should hit the home screens
n for the last ash tray, Treasury this fall.... There's big talk of
SSepartment boys swooped down Kukla. Fran and Olile switching
3nd attached it on a back-in- from live to film....BonIta
3come-tax claim against the ac- Qranvllld's husband, Jack Wra-
Sor. their, will reissue Lynn Barl's
"Bdss Lady" series. It was last
Judy Garland's movie come- summer's replacement for "Fire-
:tck in "A Star Is Born" may be side Theater."
41lmed In 3-D. She'll make a test
fl .front of the two-headed cam-
eras before the decision is made.
NO SCALPING
'Liz Scott and Charles Heston A
feny~-the reports of a bitter,
Warning vendetta during the 0 f U
ia making of Columbia's "Scalpel."
Tey submit that they co-starred O.
before in Hal Willis' "Dark Ci-

Anne Baxter is determined to
be able to spout German like 2fl0
Marlene, Dietrich. She's hired a spoUU sstleS rOO-
etacher In Munich so she can do
the German version of the flick- % 8& b 1O rdude ld
er, "Carnival." I MAy reoms wilk Televisi
Ed Wynn, asked why he didn't A.
retire after a long and successful VA X
career, retorted: 'I would rather MOT L
die on sta e with the customers
laughilr tha ein bed surrounded
by my relatives crying."
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S 0ton off in ppO'-. i .Tftne en rote O' 0 TS SMWRE I AM i
SRome t pilot "Goins in thelj A
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that parents would do well to
drop frmn their ocabubirlsd in
dea ng with their Men-age
daighte.u.
Over and over agaln thhe term ,
,I' 't, June (UP)- i assocla- appears In letters -Ifrn, girls
d guests, p Dae A. e (R-N.Y.) r of who feel t areeqta doWt un-
t r.ned yetery.i .e or remain uch rdert and t e

cra" M., 'y: ...... 1 yj P" 'W "" -' "-. ". "IMy nTe bo y crae My
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t6 o fa!n. eAW all the ote i T d Otha ."
V. .o he r f-I. '" a" eong aT t~ tOthwart In el- have the fu r..w..

S last month. ofthat- -116- .s ,-,a h atn t an ot9er d. t' e
t riv. at the tl the Wtax- dieUio i th bui organize signify that girl ies boys

NM Yor. M. r. Han"ot111" of Iha mitteeI hshold earnings onRthe Reedaopponent of that boys have sudde become
td" r.esidetre .s very Important in her i g;
Of Panam~a, Mrm. 3F. 'I, d "-: --" Re.'-",pof- -hat e would like to have.a
Si ter ut of d h t,. 1 :of .to7. placed on tS .e e' record lt ta 1terrect this cor- boy frien'of her own; that she
Sby Wltter Ca ., d i d thinks de with out dating In"

a" o fandn a, myquest fof -ap rrif ty in e IfL l i that somebody If tu and boring up, nt being?

me and of ab on tp 8* Mhe tax haMue aydhave f "boy c y" not cray at all. but
id e V .aJ.. A The letter Mtid .io admtinea _TrS1 illu Oomt t M Jov ust te c normal way for a iNrl
Jose,111to hore the who grow into womanhood
Car l X A. h meran lAsoclaton acturer, ea r lan leIn t n a
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behe ldo a eMtOf fcu pp t .- 1, r wzilbel f n'e"b- l fie tof it label it up, Isn't b eing
o f, J in clude rn q t r pB a". i "boy1I 'a d"b y n ot. ly atoa w ahe n t ey d e bu t
a shthe, "A ti" .. .n -the tax mIssue.l o t cera snat .allbut
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S in hn'" ni m forl- Dr. at b i for imeet e ve writural why should p-yar-oents
o r'se i. t. .t .0 ,ah are i the "C yton HClub In Co n riotml ate today to deter- rhoe parents refusee to let herL
5. and M g .Tckets are fr tw ya. mHe its ~rit by labeling.t boy. cr
available for se & senn Th .... th girls see hel
m nor and C Da, Th ho taking NpoTh hupONPtlpeoll daughters.ed
Art And lWor.t Then we AmtM. the matter in advmy parents. In the Bcan to
er e eA demonetra-- on of lk r- fome (Dr i *.a o has them. They Jdust tell m I'm bo

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M th a goS i Oe A tat e meati t of lub with t erdayat n- PulaucK Co careu study" of various fedeter- whose parents refuse to let
t'a -,s d ransW ortaT-. i of Siaand Andp trsd s s rl s avoid t ohrl




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-- n "-Ar.- -- Ai4:9 m pdil. at tle hVe of Mt. Henry lo o am 9s he wants "to find with their parents because ntheirSf
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14 in all. Each contributes its own special goodness, blends
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Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


FOR SALE ;OR
Household Autom
FOR SALE: 8-pece bamboo set, FOR SALE-1949 F
cneap. 25 cvcie refrigerator. .25. radio, air conc
00. 611-B Cocoli. Phone 2-1954. lights. Fairly ciae
__- -- body, good tires,
FOR SALE:-Ratron li,,ngroom furni- selling for $750
tirt, 3, pc. settee. arm caair. corner the Stetes. D. L.
table, rourd table. 9 -A 12. grass Pedro Miguel
rug, table lamp. Leaving. must sell., FO-- ---IB1
5433-G, Diablo Hgts. CONVERTIBLE.9
FOR SALE:-8 ft. porcelain Westing- Point. Radio. W-
house refrigerator with commissarV 2-4966, Panama
guarantee on mechanism exp.r.ng
.1955, $100. Phone 2-6371, Ga- Bargain 1941 Dodg
.,vilan Rd. 1549-H 1948 motor. Goo
Diablo 2-6418.
FOR SALE:-25 cycle Frigidaie re-
'frigerator. looks good, runs good. FOR SALE: -- 195
-Must sell $40.00. also 9 cu. f' CONVERTIBLE.
'leaving for States soon, contact Sgi tion. Priced for
.McDonald. Ft. Kobbe. C Z 5157 Autos Eisenman.
la Plant. Ponama
FOR SALE-Beautiful mahogany dn-
.ingroom set 5295 00; combination FOR SALE: 195
radio and record player. $175 00 months old, 4 dol
.0 new mahogany coffee table, $25. 31 78.
00. two table lamp. $5 00 eacn. FOR SALE:-1951 I
all in perfect condition. 6th Sit match 4-door S
Coco del Mar Chalet No. 18. San Equity or stroght
Francisco de lo Caleta, Tel. 3- Eqll 2-3005 untraight
398, Ponam 1595 after 11 :3(
FO' SALE:--.ahcgory diningroom (FOR SALE-1949
e.t, buffet and China closet com- VERTIBLE, Stand
b:ne-Console radio blonde Mohog- Radio. W-S-W Ti
cny, refrigerator with deep freeze perfect. Good Pi
No. 1701 Old Crislobal 3-2797. AUTOS EISENMA
FO? SALE:-6 cu ft Westinghouel Panama
r- r:gerator 25 cycle. $5000 FOR SALE:-1951
,-C. Te' 4-279 Cocol.. C. Z. Sedan, in excel
--"ALE-:-i',chen table and two white wall tirqs.
,r 2,5 cycles 9 It. Frig.dare, covers. Buy of th
l' ,7hcne ,larnd and stool. wall Hunncutt S A
cc.c net; wooden ftie cabinet, three Ave. Tel. 800 Co
r.-ocrs 1-4 hor:e. I 1-2 horse, 1-3 FOR SALE. 19'
horse 25 c-.cies 2 wooden lawn good transportation
chairs; wcod.n swing. House 1504 00. Smoot y Hun
A, Tel. 2-3C __ St. Central Ave
FCF, SALE:-: cycle 10 cu. it 'FOR SALE.-1949
freezer top Fli l:o refrigrciatoi. au- only $1,199. S
tomctic defro.-. Bendix aulIOTCt,( 'uphlstery. 5 good
washer. Srcrr,,re crib. chest h.- and rad.o. Smoot
choir. Porce.:,n top table. char. 16,t. St. Central
Q. M. deso beds, couch, mirrors Co on
file cabirct Dr. Kay, 0202-A.
Her,;.k Rc:c, FOR SALE -We se
Caris oft amoki
FOR SALE--A4. .groornm Hs,. plastic Trade-ins. Oonst,
covered $1000 )0. washing machine car deal AUTOS
*5A4O; old. refrigerator 15.00, to The Coca Co
>c rtad io 5o',pnsc^5Tel. 2-
2 a wi* t radio. Carta
SSAL- oldspot rfri ator, 9 payments. Trade
,u. ft. 25 cycle. Excellent condi- cellrit buy for,4
,onr\ 2-6314 y Huhnicuft S. A
Sriiflang entire household effects. trial Ave. Tel. 80
'Iceboxes cnd automatic washer :OR SALE -1946
-'.th guarantee. Spinet piano, ra- good for hunti
,elo Grid player, bikes, furniture, etc transportation. EC
poo name iT we've got it Call l an easy buy Smo
,i032. See ct 712-8, Prado, Bol. A' 16th St. Centr
.. )oa _Co:'.0n.
"I 'OR SALE. 194
S FOR SALE $ s70.00. Call Co
J t fore 3.30 p. m.
30 om
Real Estal3te
-' -eal- -_- -- -eFOR SALE -1951
F~SALE: modernn reccr.i v bu Ii good condition, r
aholer 3 bedrooms. dn. g o:, i Can be financed.
tiv groom hall. pantr k..ch.:.r 4904
lorch,, garage. 2 bathroorrs, hlt ---
Woter and a beautiful garden For FOR SALE.--195
American couple only For ntorna- $550 down. 194
tlin 10th Street No 18 corner conoton. $200.0
Tan Fronc,:.c de lo Calcta FOR SALE .--Reaso
Buick Sedanette.
SSAL upholItery radio
FOR SALE ""mileage excelen
53 Cushman s
Boats & Molor? months old. goo<
both R 7 A, Roa
r.'LE--Soiabooa 20' I x 6'2 z 3521.
.o,' marine gas engine. sails, good
,pndftOn. Phone Mr. Linden 25.1
65 or 3461 Rodman. FOR SALE 193
0------------Ft------ -good transportot,
r SALE:-32 Fr. Cabin Cruiser, House 760-C. Ba
filcbamo. Phone 2-2836, Balboa. Conal Zone


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No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-319


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Col Rate Job FOR SALE:-1951 Plymouth Sedan.
Radio. leather upholstery, will trade
ow Av ilble for cnerti,,ble. Call Amason, Bal-

At COCO Solo FOR SALE: 1949 Buick 2-door
Sedanette. dynaflow, radio, sun
position vacancy for a clerk- visor, plastic seat covers, w-w tires,
Iogrlapher, 0 -3 local rate trailer h-tch, complete copper ex-
announced by the U. 8.t haust car in excellent condition.
anou l e dt by telU. 8. $1,150.00. Phone 3-2927, house
NVal Station at Coco Solo. 98-C. New Cr.stobal.
terviews for the job will be FOR SALE.-Ford 1949 V-8 Cusiom
tomorrow a 1 p.m. In the 4-door, radio, excellent condition
ustrial Relations Office. throughout, sacrifice for quick sale
Pimher information may be re- Automobile Row No. 25. Tel. 2-
edted by calling Coco Solo 366 4624.
he position is in the Supply
d Fical Deaartment. I FOR SALE -1948 Tudor Chesrolel
I eellent bargain 2-6314
OR SALE--1942 Cadillac, 4 door
$675 00; 4 cu. ft. deep freczc
*7$85 00: call 2-4424 between 4-.
S. p m. 5337-C. Davis St. Diablo.


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\'ANTED -Experienced office girln
with good references. Write to Box
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LESSONS
Summer coaching, grades 1, 2, 3. Ca-
nal Zone teacher. Phone Balboa
3661.
JR. COLLEGE STUDENTS! You are
also included in s.r special reduced
summer ballroom dance course. 3
months course ey $10.00. Rag-
Istration at Balboa 'Y' June 3-4
and 5. 10 A. M. to IA. M.. Cl
will start Sat. 3 P. M. Hornett
Dunn. 3_
Can't dance a step? Good: Let
teach you- guaranteed instrucL
tion. Liona Sears, graduate teacher
or Arthur Murray Studios
York, remntly Staff meier
Fred Asm Stutias New Yeo.
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and Knick Knack Shalf, 2 tires,
5.59 x 15. good for recap. 474,
Cocoti.
FOR SALE: Bay .bed, mattrss,
matching chest. ExIellent quality,
grey enamel. Albrook 86-2102.
FOR SALE: Vacuum Tube Volti-
meter and Tube Checker $40.00.
Misc. radio parts, Apex washing
machine $35.00. 225 Galllard
Highway. Phone 4-439.
FOR SALE:-Singer Sewing Machine;
portable electric. Good condition.
Telepohne 86-3233. Quarters 247
Albrook.


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FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsmoble 98t 4
door-sedoan, now paint, n* tires,
plastic Mat cavern, hydrmetic,
radio, $1.475, 5% dommunt. ..


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SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS ,
obilesp 5 e .A .ek s pi IGraml cha Snta Clara b.ea h- ct-
W A/ ee te "We e t kirl!N tages.. Electric Iceboxes, gag'ovek
razer 4 Dr. Sedon, 101 Ane. C. Z. moderate rates. Telephone .441r
litioning, back-up _Gomboa; 4-567, Pedro Miguel.
an good sound DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clnic. a a; 4-5 P M .
very good engine. Central Avenue, K Street corner. Reserve enw inexpensive satisfying
00. Leaving for Telephone 2-3479. Panam. vocatioe. Shrepnel' Santa' Clara
Bennett. No. 354. INVITATIONS are tendered to qual- Telephone Balbop 138
lied architects, to submit draw- Williams' Santa Clara Beach cottages
'49 CHEVROLET ings of proposed Knights of Colum- 2. bedrooms, refrigerator. Rockis
New Top. Good bus Vldg. Balboa, C. Z. Specificoa- ls. Balboa 2-3050, except
S-W Tires. Phone hans can be obtained from man- wek-ends.
a.ger of Columbus Club, Balboa. Mli. Oceanside cottoge 'Santo
Drawings submitted later than June Clara, Box 435 Bilbao. Phone
;ge Club Coupe 16 1953 will not be considered. Panama 3-1877, Crifobol 3-1673.
d shape. 5719-A .-3
Through the Panama Canal board FOR RENT
UIC SUE the Hoclel El Panarn "Pescadora" FO R N
0o BUICK SUPER lunch included $10.00. Friday
Excellent condi- June 12th. 6 a, m. Pier 17 Balboa. HOmm
immediate sole See your Travel Agent or phonr
next to Coca Co. Jungle Jim, Panama 3-1660. FOR RENT:-Furnished house with
Telephone and refrigerator, if Ir.-
A VISIT TO THE SAN LAS terelted phone 2-2145. Panama.
53 Chevrolet, two ISLANbI! t t h 5 n
Sedan. Call 86- June 12, 13. 14. FOR RENT:-Fully Ifumlihd o re
The trip of your life. A Jungle Jim bedroom chalet. Paitilla Road, N .
Pontiac 8 Hydra- Jaunt thru the Poanmo Canal to 12T.
adan. Will sell Colon Son Bias and Porto Bellot A FOR SALE--House, must buy. futl-
cash. SACRIFICE. three day trip aboard the Hotel El nature. Can be seen at 4 p. m.,
1 11:30 a. m. 2- Panama's Pascadoro. Leave Balboa Joes de Fibrega Avenue No. 9.
0. Ask for Fred. Friday 6p m, arrive Colon 2:30 p.
A ., leave Colon 9 30 p. m. for Son FOR RENT:-3 bedroom, 2 bothri, l
PONTIAC CON- Bias and Porto Bello. returning Ca- furnished chalet; July, August,
ard Transmission lon Sunday afternoon. Through the Septmeber Tel. Ponama 3-374p,
ires. Mechanically Canal Monday 6 a. m. returning to after 6 p m.
lint. Good Body. Balboa. Meals catered by El Panome.
N, Tel. 2-2616, Bring slacks, shorts, bathing suit,
jacket, flippers and spears for un- FOR K I
Chevrolet 4-door edrwater fishing, and your camera
lent shape with and rolls of color film. Pelos* make Apatlments
radio and seat reservations early through your Travel ALHAM RA APATMe T
ie week. Smoot v Agent. or Jungle Jim Price at Pan- ALHAMBRA APARIMNTSr
6f. St. Central amo 3-1660. Special price for groups Twi and four ro6m furnished and
oon. of 10 to 16 people, unfurnished apartments; private en-
n closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street,
40 Buick 4-door, By popular demand Harnett & Dunn New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
on for only $100 wll again resume ballroom dance 13gg6.
nicutt S. A. 16th classes at Cnstobal "Y" Monday & 36
Tel. 800 Colon. Thursday. First class will start FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment :
Buc-d for June the 8th, 5 p. m. for teen- -Best residential sectflon. Sulitobif
Buick 4-docr for agers. From 6:15 p. m. for service- for two couples. 43rd St. No. 13.
potless, beautiful men. group. Couples class, from FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apartment
d white wall tires 7 30 p. m. Consult your "Y"for in San Franciso. For information
y Hunnicutt S. A prices and registration. Call 3- call Balboo 1464.
I Ave. Tel. 800 12163 FOR RENT:-Furnlshed apartment,

s. We also tke Boeng 4-engine planes. One-way 5250, for July and August to be
s. We also take to Miam: $70.00 Round-Trip paid in advance. Utilities paid lo.
"iISENAN I next c 44th S~ tree -W. 34. olprt-
us on your.next $1 26.00. One-way to New York cated 44th Street 1o. 34, aart-
EISENMAN, next $114 00 Round-trip $214.00. See meant 2.
l Bottling Plant. PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE,
2616 e.;f telephone 2-1655. S FI-OR REAT: -- Belle Vista, large two
C.vralt bedroom completely furnished
beF R ''L O..a-.p m a 3-08.16,
Stfrvic ton.' SFO W f-F.-rw 6 months, go
k. 16th. St. ten- 90111__v Inn 4 ir.4ne bedroom, liv-
00, Colon, FOR SALE :-One Aright piano, good i d j Ringiom, furnished,
Station Wagon, condition Apply 14.109, Meteh- tor 12, 9and t l
ng and fishing dez and 15\!i St. corner, Colon. 9th.S
sy payments for F SE 0Bo l ,. 1
Sy Hunn SFOR SALE-10"PBoice cronetob FO T .' nisd oport-
e Ave. Tel. 800, saw oe H .P. m r nd 4 I Crt
blades. 6' Jointer 44 H.P. motor. 4 t5"- 1n eC"..*.Is .Cal.t.,
30" Tg saow 3-4 H.P 3-4 H.P. Aiu No. l el *1 Mar,
49 Deluxe Kaiser motor. 36" wood lathe and chisels *_____________
oco Solo 357 be- 1-2 H.P. motor. 16" and two 12" ,
or 8420 after 3:- disc sander.1-2 H.P. motor, Part- FQR 5ALE,.-"sela..Vist, lore two
able Sander one doz belts. Drfll bedroom, cmnifetely furnished
Chevrolet Sedan Press 1-4 H. P. motor. All tools O t. Call Prom 3-0816 or
adio. Good price mounted on orle bench. Everything 3.4 f 4..
.all Ponam 3- complete. $600.00. Cost $1200. FOR II' PF hed apartments,
00. Phone 5-480 anytime. '.00 '$65.00
Ford disCounted FOR SALE: Three Rattan chairs. lf w transportation.
F0 Chevrolet, fair fly rod, automatic reel, Montague- Nf ~ Ae-.ihbbra. Tel.
00. Call 3,5069. rod, Penn No. 45 refl, lamp, Co- 3-0 ..- *
.abl. 4 5p coli 613-C. Sago Avenue. Phone 4- FOR RNT:-Fymsedi apartment.
unable. 48 Speciat 522. Two bedrooms, dninrom. liv-
New paint. New FOR SALE Piano upright grand. inaraom, port. pant4, kitchi,
nt condition, also Singer sew foot machine, in- mlid's ron, garage, at,43rd St.
cooter bike, s valid chair. Phone 916, Col6n. and JUAt Araemn Avenui.
condit1 Sion. $Ihsthl 5.on $ W irs -
d condition. See FOR SALE--One Aqua Lung unit. 0584 b e Zh r.0, m. and
usseau. Call Noay One hour tank. $130.00. Phone 5:30 p.. -
Curundu 5110 or Qtrs. 2211-B. .
FOR SALE:-Rodio record player 3 -
18 Pontiac Sedan, speed. Custom cabinet, 25 Cycle T
.on. New Battery. franmd mirror. Play pen. book shelf .V. I


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NEW YORK, June 4 (UP) Don't tell mourn-
ful Marty Marion the New York Yankees will make
a4r*naway of the American League pennant race.
His Browns would be in the first place today instead
of seventh if they had won the 13 one-run games
they lost.
Like the kingdom that was lost Iroute for the first time since A-
for want of a horseshoe nail, the pril 20, scattering nine hits for
Browns. for lack of a little punch his fifth win. He now is 21-3 for
at the right time, are struggling his career against Cincinnati.
along at.a .432 pace with 19 wins Hacker, who has lost live
and 25 losses, whereas they'd be games in which the Cubas ere
at 32-12 and .727 if they could shut out, gave Pittsburgh only
just have turned around those 13 five singles, but three came In
one-run reverses. That would be the fourth by Danny O'Connell,
' one full game ahead of the cur- Frank Thomas and Pete Casti-
; rent Yankee standing of 29-11. glione for the game's only run.
Last night came the latest of Paul LaPalme gave up seven hits
These heartbreakers, a 4-3 10-in- and struck out seven to win his
0ning defeat by Washington in third game.
which Satchl Paige gave up the Steve Bilko and Rip Repulski
first run In his last six relief ap- hit Cardinal homers and Repul-
pearances totaling 11 2/3 innings ski also had a triple and single
and suffered his third defeat. He as the Cards beat lefty ace Curt
was touched for a single by Ed Simmons in the opener. Gran
Yost, who stole second and Hamner homered for the Phils.
scored on Wayne Terwilliger's In the second-game Tommy Gla-
third hit, a pop single. viano tripled and Connie Ryan
Just the same, the Yankees do singled him home with the win-,
look like runaways. They pound- ning run in the eighth Inning.
ed out the biggest total of runs Two Cardinal homers, Red Scho-
scored by a major league team endienst's eighth and Solly He-
this year in drubbing their most mus's fourth, went to waste.
: persistent rivals, the White Sox, Schoendienst now has hit more
18-2 with 19 hits yesterday. In homers than in any other year ]
other American League games in his major leag e career.
Sthe Red Sox came from behind
to defeat the Indians 4-3 andI Yesterday's Star Rookie
, Philadelphia defeated Detroit, Daryl Spencer of the Giants,
10-7. I who hit two homers, driving in
Milwaukee, which is also five runs in an 11-3 triumph
getting some runaway notions, over Cincinnati.
Inade it two in a row, over (
Brooklyn with a 14-9 clubbing |
in the National. The Pirates
handed poor Warren Hacker Sports Around
his ninth defeat against one
victory, 1-, while the Giants
drubbed Cincinnati'11-3 and I
the Cards topped the Phils 5-3, R I
then lost 6 -.
The Yankees were merciless. By Herbert MOISE
Every starter drove in at least
one run except Phil Rizzuto and l
he sniped two doubles and scored The perfect undefeated tie I
twice. Mickey Mantle drove in between Powell Garage and
four runs, two on bases loaded Coco Solito Brown Baggers was
Walks, one on an infield out. Joe smashed as the revitalized Pan- t
,.Collins hit four singles to lead aco Shippers handed the PG's C
1 that department, while Irv No- its first defeat in a bitterly and I
ren hit a homer and Genfe Wood- tumultously contested contest (
ling and pitcher Whitey Ford before the largest and by far
d"t in three runs apiece. Ford the most partisan crowd to wit- *
al] pitched sik-hit ball before ness a game in the present
Wim gut after .the seventl, league. .
gaining his fifth win without a
defeat. Louis Walker stayed on to win
Cleveland's defeat by the" Red his second game of the season I
Fox put the Indians 5 1/2 games doing so despite ragged sup-
behind the Yankees. Early Wynn port from his infield. Walker is C
hod a three-hitter until the still undefeated on the season. I
rinth when Boston scored three
runs, the tying and winning ones Rainbow City needs stands
coming in on Sammy White's for its fans!!
aigle. Al Rosen hit his 12th homer \
for Cleveland. The following figures were I
Gus Zernial hit two homers, compiled by Herbert Molse in
driving in five runs, to ce collaborationn with Edwin Earle ]
the Athletics as Detroit suffer- and Include games played on
ed its eighth straight defeat. Monday, June 2:
Owen Friend and Bob Friend Teams W L Pet. I
hit Detroit homers as the Tig- Coco Solito 3 0 1.000
ers outhit the Athletics 14 to 12 Powell Garage 3 1 .750 1
but couldn't do much else Harlem Sporters 4 2 .667 F
right. Panaco 2 3 .400 l
Milwaukee's 17-hit attack In- Cetveceria Nacional 2 3 .400
eluded three homers and six Polilcia Nacional 1 3 .250
doubleO as ex-Dodgers Jim Pen- Cienfuegoas 0 3 .000
dleton' and Andy Pafko led a s
clinching five-run rally In the Leading Hitters
eighth with round trippers. Pen- Player-team G Ab H Ave.
dleton's came with two on base. Clarke, W., (P) 4 14 10 .714
Ed Mathews hit his 15th homer DeSouza, C., (PN) 5 17 9 .529
and drove in three runs. Six Carter, (CS) 3 7 3 .429
Brooklyn pitchers couldn't stop Baker (C) 4 14 6 .429 1
the winners, who now are In first Atherley, (HS) 5 17 7 .412 C
by a game and a half. Poling, (CS) 3 10 4 .400 (
The Giants also were bat-hap- -
py, connecting for 13 hits includ- Leading Pitchers
Ing two homers by rookie Daryl Won Lost Pet. I
Spencer, who drove in five runs. Camden, (CSi 2 0 1.000 a
Drvey Williams also homered and Quifiones, (HS) 2 0 1.000 1
tripled as Larry Jansen went the Walker, (P) 2 0 1.000


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'Strategy, May Need His Rest
By FRED DOWN \
United Pru Sports Writer


UNBEATEN IN COLLEGE -
Ray Nesbitt of the United
States Merchant Marine Aca-
demy at King's Point; L. L,
N.Y. went through the 1953
tennis season without a lows.
Nesbitt, who halls from Bal.
boa, C.Z. is a first classmanret
King's Point.


Team
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Philac
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aukee 27 13
lyn 27 16
delphia 22 15
ouis 24 17
York 20 20
surgh 15 28
nnati 13 25
go 12 26


Pet.
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TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Pittsburgh
Milwaukee at Brooklyn
Cincinnati at New York
St. Louis at Phila. (N)

YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee 002 061 050-14 17 2
Brooklyn 025 000 200- 9 12 1
Bickford, Johnson, Buhl, An-
tonelli (4-1), Burdette and Cran-
lall. Erskine, Black, Milllkpr,
Hughes, Wade (3-3), Labine and
Campanella.
Night Game
Chicago 000 000 000-0 7 0
Pittsburgh 1100 0lA)0.x-1 I 1
Hacker (1-9) and McCullough,
LaPalme (3-5) and Sandlook.
Cincinnati 200 010 000- 3 9 2
New York 031 122 20x-11 13 1
Nuxhall (2-2), King, Smith
and Landrith. Jansen (5-4) and
Noble.
Twilight
St. Louis 001 201 100-5 6 1
Phila. 200 100 000-3 7 0
Mizell (5-2), Brazle, and D.
Rice. Simmons (7-4), Ridalk,
Hansen and Lopate.


Night Game
St. Louis
Phila.


201 010 100-5 11 0
200 120 Olx-6 8 2


Clark, Miller, White, Brazle
[2-3), Staley and Rice. Peter-
son, Ridzlk (1-0), Hansen and
Lopata.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams W L Pet.
New York 29 11 .725
Cleveland 23 16 .590
Chicago 25 20 .556
Washington 24 21 .523
Boston 22 22 .500
Philadelphia 19 24 .442
it. Louis 19 25 .432
Detroit 10 32 .238

TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at St. Louis (N)
Boston at Cleveland
Philadelphia at Detroit (2)
New York at Chicago

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 320 514 210-18 19 0
Chicago 000 110 000- 2 11 3
Ford (5-0), Miller and SUvera,
Houk. Keegan (1-2t, Dobson,
Conusegra, Kretlow and Lollar,
Wilson.
Phlla. 201 100 501-10 12 2
Detroit 000 004 111- 7 14 1
Martin, Bishop (2-2) and As-
troth. Herbert, Harris, Madison
(2-3) Erickson and Batts.


Night Game
Boston 001 000 003-4 7 0
Cleveland 002 000 010-3 6 1
Hudson, Kinder (3-11 and
White. Wynn (5-3). Hooper, and
Began.
Night Game
Wash. 001 010 000 0-3 9 1
St. Louis 000 010 001 0-2 9 0
Schmitz,,Masterson (3-6) and
Fitzgerald. Larsen, Paige (1-31
and Courtney, Moss.


Ambiguity Scores
In Oaks Stakes
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NEW YORK, June 4 Robin
Soberts heartily endorses the
Iea of pitching with only two
days of rest between starts, but.
Curt Simmons, the Phillic' left1-
handed ace, doubts his ability to
Ilye up to Manager Steve O'Neil's
ambitious plan.
O'Neill has announced that


Pirates Trade


Kiner To Cubs


For 6 Players


PITTSBURGH, June 4 (UP) -
The Pittsburgh Pirates., tradan
home run king Ralph Kiner and
three other players to the ChMea-
go Cubs today.
In return, the Pirates ot six
players and an undisclosed a,
mount of cash.
The deal culminated negottu-
tions which began last December.
Since then, Pirate General Man-..
aer Branch Rickey haa tried to
peddle his home run king.
Kiner, National League home
run champion for seven consecu-
tive seasons, went to the Cubs a.
long with left-hander pitcher
Howie Pollet, catcher Joe Gara-
giola, and infielder outfielder
lGeorge Metlovich,
The Cubs, ironically, are play-
in' the Pirates in Pittsburgh to-
day.
The Pirates got pitcher Bob
Schultz, catcher Toby AtweL
outfielder Gene nermansi,
first basemia- Pr ep Ward,
and outflelde Bob dis
Pittiburgh also ked up the
cntrit o2t3-yarm--Old of re

"Hank au*tof the Cubs tied
1with Ker bt aer for the
e rn hip with 37
While he de was bein an%.
noted, aKiner was taking bat-
Oting pratl befe today's Igame
with th e belted two
balls .ove 0* 00le .6 *all.
l Patesr Bt. he was
Oeasor
d e to be trded a fo o rea-
nb-h'is 1ah and an ar-,
tum wit Clu President
i> draws about $75,000 a
year lid that's not Rickey's kind
of money evef for a man who
led r tied thO leader for the
hoae run & lOldp every
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Roberts and Simmons will b
rotating every third day instead
of the customary four if t N a
tional League race s close tn Aun.
gust-which now seems likely.
oberts already had made fre-
quet starts wth the shortened
rest period, but ShMens has yet
to tit and In't r how he'll
reac when he doe "-
V e never started ~Wn -ei
than three days o rest In my
0ie--elther in the biglagues or
In high shool," the wh seoth-
Paw commented. ". not
kidding anybody. I do know
whether rd be able toe aitaud I
won't know until I have toi ry.P
O'Nell, however, Is 'lrtain.
that Slmmons can stand the'
stepped-up schedule as easily.as
Robert
o'Nel ra whole pen out_
look will undergo a dase re-.
vision, of course, if It turns out
that Simmons' effecttvedsea re-
duced with a shortened lt pe-
riod. Steve has based Phil-
lies' chances on the abimlof his
three key pitclae.1-1'
immons and Karl Dmew.an
he's already been 4lJaOintod
y" Drews.
Karl, a 14-game winner Ist
aeas hasnt pitched a cmple
iP, since Apr N and O l
sin ball low enogh *p e-

sM fagt that h. 6en!-
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aneedem along wtth Manager
Leo Durodebr of the- Gants that
Simmons "is the best pitcher in
kar league since Carl Hubbell."


Interest in the Yomung ime
14 pound teon rndr un y
night at the La Marm bu
ring is increasnr teadly athe
0ate of the fu dtawa near,
judging from the heated dsem-
slons heard at the favorite
meeting places of local sports
XMuL
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t pion that e veteran
rUQun still packs too many
or the younger and less
1e4t Brown. But there
bar who think that
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MNteay aliMpovement wi cause
to put over another stunning
upset.
Isi n an In. ex ent phy"
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mpl of a rigorous train-
Ing Wfe ddespt have
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MWalacara twice oig Ito
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out of Aquilino Allen and h
TIO vict over Louis T
son. e hoe to add Fnnea
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