The Panama American


Material Information

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.

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
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America

Full Text

v',r --M,, "I M A
^' \ -.,

S kno the n c Abraham Wcon.
! .^ ~i.----^ -- -* hi..------- -- S

.st 1

.- .I A '., ). f j
yimiiBi-n-; 4" ii^ la ..'. i .i



Munro Feels

Senate Will

Kill Pay Cut

- A representative of organized
labor in the Panama Cknal
Zone expressed confidence to-
day that the Senate Appropria-
tions Committee would elimi-
nate pay cuts approved by the
House for Zone workers.
Howard Munro, legislative re-
presentative of the Central La-
or Union and the Metal Trades
Cotpcil, declined to commit
himself so optimistically regard-
Inl other phases of the House
b to which Zone workers have
objected, however.
Munro said that he and James
Hatcher, president of the Canal
Zone Police association, assisted
by officials of the American
Federation of Labor (AFL)
headquarters here. have talked
with practically all senators to
inform them of the viewpoints
of the Zone workers.
"We have been spreading our
story around among the Sena-
tors, and informing them of the
situation," Munro told the U-
nited Press. "Now we. are wait-
ing for the bill to be m a up
by the Committee."
Munro said he was confident
that the enate Appl priations
Comi ttee would. strike from
the %il the cat to 10 percent.



THES VWASM gOL Above newschart compares the casualties suffered byf U.8.
-JoreA i War with those of World Whr I add World War II.

troops in the

RP Port Capt.



Confiscation of the Starcrest,
which was boarded Ib P~ama
rnMoemmn nff AntAn dn 1uM& iR

Week Score



2 Week Score

5 Times Higher'.

Than Last Year


Just under 100 employes have quit the Ipsm6a C .
nal Company in the past two weeks.
Official figures, released today at Bolba. Height%
showed the following:
Resigned .. ....... 89 .. -
Retired voluntarily ........... 9

These figures represent approximately five times th
usual number of separations from service for a similar
For an average two week period ina 19 there were 18 resign.
In addition, reports were widespread among Canal emyieMl
that "many, many more" employes ha e their resignation. sendy
and Intend to submit them immediately in the event the Semat
passes the bill cutting local salaries and hospital benefftA.
The packing and crating unit of the Maintenanoe DhIs"
meanwhile has bee put on overtime basis s as to handle
sudden heavy work load.
As of today, the unit had some 6 work orders. '
It was also rumored umMan, mma- -w-n." ---------

For not dokina the Sta-crestr
at a Panamanian pert, $1000: or
not having all the necessary pa-
ets (passenger and crew lits
health certificate, etc.), $1000I ad
for allowing the members of is
crew to deal with other persons
before the ship had been duly
cleared by port authorities. $500,
Star and Crescent Boat Co. Of
San Diego, Calif., owners of the
Starreest, previously had been
n fined $3,000 for fishidR for live
h bait. Today's confiscation order
came after Correa's careful study
of all the legal aspects of the
Statements by the policemen
and,th Panamanian filasherme
1 -h ided them in the captute
F of Ae vessel indicated that Ott
time the boat was within
nian jurlsdicUonal w4-
o j and members of the crew
i -e An the act of fbhinr Aor
7 iamanian autho tUes prbb-
Sably will use the vessel as a pa-
trl boat in order to apprehend
er fishing boats which ai
#igad to indulge aiao in illegal
in Panamanian watery. *1

I of the s8i
e Panasri
everr, a
Sstil lun
the name
a nat ..r..


Itm; -uxuw am-

t. t .Wt

lobe a

L preliminary hearing to-

n yeOfXqdmanrt

For Shor.4p
of the Olloors
bI iteda wa i
'* su r with
he b l8

pOe resent 25 percent qarer-
* He mid he was not so sure,,
however, about what attitude
the Senate Committee might
take toward other features of
the House bill to which the
Zone workers object. They ln-
cluded the imposition of extra'
rental charges, the elimination
'it free hospitalization, and
other 'matters.
He said he, Hatcher, and
AFL officials encountered a
favorable reaction Irom the
Seatorr with whom they
talked about the wage differ-
If the Senate should finally
apprqve the bill with provisions
fferent from those. In the
house bill, the. measure would
have to go to a. conference com-
alttee composed bf members of
both houses to reach agreement
It term. I%*e agreement
Must be accepted by both
PuaM before the bill finally
ebuM be sent to 'the President
r8nwhile. the- senate dis-
of Columbia. Committee
w itf354 on Faw d, Col. 7)


~ ~

k +~K

4" U
--"i-". .-
a J -.
i~. .~

SAirwt last Sight
a.M Kller was
ieolatleft. Next to
-ral days a guest
Imfov a lmaget&
s si I

*ia ou wHtig to To at ac-
Otlc the Senate would take on
the Civil Functions Bill which re-
duces employee benefits and
slashes the present 25 per cent
pay differential to 10 per cent.
Ofricially, it went like this:
the liras group of resignations
were made out on May 25, the
day the bombshell of the House
action was reported, and resigna-
tions have been rolling into the
personnel bureau daily since.
The scoreboard to date:
May 26 ............... 4
24 ............... 3
27 .............. 2
28 ............. 3
29 .............. 11
June 1-.............. a8
2 ............... 17
3 .............. 13
4. .............. .11
5 .............. 9
8 .............. 8
May 29 ................. 3
June 1 ................ 3
2 ............ ...
4 ............... 1
5 ............... I
Apparently civilian employes
of the Armed Forces were tak-
ing the threatening bill with
more calm.
The Army listed 35 resigna-
tion for June, which they term-
ed a "bit high," however, they
nn#A-- *kfit O**--- eafi- at. tUI-

now up before the
sons given were to -tar @&W
tary service, to take up hiorn
hold duties, to go into pr-te
etc. Only two said they
leaving because of the
loss of differential.
The Navy reported 18 redlg
nations for the month of Ju a
which they also considered *-
bout average. Only six Itta
their reasons as returning to th
United States.
The Air Force remained the
lowest el the services with re-
gard to resignations. Their fit-
ure for the past few weeks ba
remained at six.
o *

Fresh Out..
Employs of Ia X i
friend in IPe roneam* i
Heights. "Pslean sw-e
a set of termnlmation aw"
Personnel Clerk: W"Myder
we ran out of termnlatien l
pers two days age."
P.S. She added that the .ML
Hope Proes was pritaag N a
fresh supply.

Vehicrs (rashl

Drirs Do Wd

nuu t, ,-. cr, yyer a .s Two enlisted men whose vehj.
cles crashed about two hou tg
lr apart last night outside of Ch-
rera were both dol well at IS.
Wison Cracks Back a s. ss^- ^
Clayton Hospital my.
~Al Ar Force C fs By coincidence. both accldesf
At Air Force M s werea result of the Ih
out in the vehicles.
WASHRMGTON, June 9 (UP) Sfc Alfonso Vargas M4nd f
- Defense Secretary Charles L. Cox 0. 33rd Infantry, Ft. ob
Wilson said today the Air Force was driving his car aboutefl
-not the new budget-is large- miles south of Chorrera at IS
ly to blame for the controversial p.m. when the lights went et
23-wing cutback and that he is The car ran off the road, anthem
merely trying to hold down "ex- soldier suffered minor hr= -
travagant expenditures." The second accident ocnrma
Appearing before the Senate at 12:30 when Airman 2ad
minttary appropriations sub- David Kells of Albrook was
committee, Wilson aimed a selling on his motorcycle
sbhrp attack on what he called two miles south of
"pear" planning, co-ordination when the lights went out.
and management by the Air came away with minor
Force. fiscal injuries when the
The testimony was in answer crashed off the side of the
to charge that the $5,090,000.-
reduction he ordered in the Civic C un
Force budget for fiscal 1954 civIC Council
t ed a security rslak beyond
prudence" and would Meets TlW W.
lean Amerlia with a "second
P at" aW10140. At Balboa mjmifr
Without mentioning Gen.
gt 8.'Vandenberg by name. The regular nth
mb a otared almost a point- oa the ftdet
hiy-ioUb Mttal to the argu- be held tmorro _t Ii.g
U t p e blast *eek by the the board ra t
r-U Air Puree chief of staff tratton BuM .
oer tn to the old 143-wlng There wi tS
gMLTa aew budgetwould ted Stae Cti rg k-
qdft 130 wlgm by Decmber, a a tahak

E. ~



A' f


*' ..




s-1 '
HKr!!1*; t



lh*k m h of
i.b mott he


aed, .

-1 1

a "



i : ." '. -' ;z


W tpt


T NH Tniea 0. 0os 134. PANAMA. R. aO P.
rupM.oir "a.auA NO. 2-0740 (0 LiNes
C*L ON OPPlI E1 *27 CINIat Avflq'JP ETWIEN 127M, NO ISTH rTirrrTe
"---. M P OWERS .INC

"We Requeitthe BS

'AILT .W'a .


Y "

.. T k T B -. .

-a- er-Talks Be played "
; <

o ..i sx MONTH&. ,l. oA V44c, __,__0_....,...-. .,ao.

T*E MAIL BOX* ''e "B"i B

Iti Army, now s hiding in saysth: e o.,

:de- a pleaded with Congressmen to j Ei "nbo- Mt TheeoZm*Aul&i
The- Mtil EIn is en Ipen forum onr i,. urs of The Panom Amefr be allowed to return to certain I -sv st record when in n
ice. Letters rt me received Iretfullly end e handled in a wholly Oni death in Czechoslovakia in eox- rantf oo *001.
denWlml men, change, for Oa is.
Paat ye ee ibut a letter don't be impatient it doesn't appear th No j hst, nor beau geste, wtas l ce lZtrltio e norr
next Laoy. Leter ea published in the rder received this offer. The refugee C zech lhroW g blp t
rlense iy to keepI tihe letters limited to one poge length, colonel operating now |under i f e
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest con h e:ncer the nom de guerre of "Ji n U .
tlis newspaper assumes no responsibility for 1..m. nt5 as opinions Bukar," said simply he wa UI
romd in ter s trom rae t. ready to die sensationally ift r wn
o- o he could thus awaken the U.S.' ro .n 'r
POISED TO RUN to the redJ meaning of Sovieth ad antown rOp. conglesn t u o.
jgiiv': military Communism. w he haat the from tleUnlver^
Happened to no ice a very itnar Ial.. ar icle in the He should know. B karIne er r an
ini m.- noWrsi. iag fota ras Ay ICTOrmui m e a JtE

't*on by the laor unions, shat "Americtn .!:men get a better le-i' so deeply that be Wh Sar a I t
,ctt from private employers." He mer,ols te fact that "no even knew the only female
Tgeoup is so hap-ridden by red tape as toe b.S. Post Office em- general in the Soviet Army, rienr"o
Ide ntity a t lett er writ to d e asrsA P Comu i s o tnd l b- Df n p o guerre of "Jan a, t o b' l

ploye. his gigantic public enterprise resorts to labor espionage a lady very close to Tovar However' set o u o
and intimidaiion that would bring instant bloodshed on any iseh ))eputy Premier Molee- 111. He talked to Guar Ml,-
:private construction job. Private employers and their workers toy. Her name is Gen. Don- sentative on Canitol Ul, wh y
y battle out bu thy emere from the mutual drenko, division command- eod t
respect and a constantly mounAin t wage scale.: er. rg fo l; r en @
S"Far behind the rising wages, public employment will grudge 'iwo days after Bkar's o f- w m m tt t
-ngly boost rates, to try to attract capable workers, but mn- fer, Oat swas released. So tthe
,cans i ron schoolgirl stenographers to capable execumve mare colonels bid caun be forgotten. u t-a

increasingly reluctant to enter the lIbyrlnth of Civil Service, with But not his words: r .. .-
Iehs ronet dsht oo rcelvteg ryerl o care pabdle exetivlesn th- ar e sh nl' C cno rgottkaSn andwth ae s hdesth

:ie dead ends, politics and Omuaually .Aes,_uctive) cannibalism." w"My life has been amyries of .
A yn this oectlon, tebrings out their conditions exist ing hardships, owr bad de th," he Wa t andr he o
.under "well-meaning but inexperienced boards who hide behind told the Congreeossme aot so t t
tlease is s* ka epri hen y e t aeasm W e l e e-thineol d h ovietOperyng mn o endto Inter vene to1 =

-no-strikebla ots and the taxpayers, and End up paying poorer wages "Flrst years of warfare, tnhen ab p t
and delivering less service io the publ ices." ears at Moscow, then hard- s k 'u oft ,
Seems tne that this applies also to the hassle tohe poor olshd ships and suffering under Cor Commsso; oVar et froi t
Panama Canal has been pushed into, right now, by un ioubte~dy munsm. I have lost everything D er se;iced o Unin. a boaroem r
:well-meaning but t other'ss little helpers." I, as 1 sincrce- -my wife, my home, every- nders.
ly believe, the Senate has had a chance atsober second thought, thick. aly best friends were an e tree art enot throh en a
and glimpse o the chaos the well-me.nlng House has thrown liquidated. It' is all gone. Then daln ~t umentp Ste hn. was louottt
he entire Canal business into, and will try to undo the harm al- I came to ths s country, and artustrc frames arond them .
r eady done it is to boe iped that they will make it i nmposile what do I see? Of cour and se, nt taxre ors won't erudp
nor ey irresponsible, ompulsienc group to repeat, the incident, and crayonss asleep here. of government art l f r
ntop this "up jumps the devil" repeitlon of theh "differential "They do not recognize the
iught, every so often. danger. That is why I am'pe will- .ne s so---s.eeino Tee pointroUt tat he.r h t M
iMake t legally impossible to take it awsy, and every Conng to sacrifice my life. a g ae so borrow eoye e' rm any .
and delivering lessei thsoul thoe pubigc.ts bou o a yr s4 eu t Ny d mers anh ha- o e to e o

S resmc an who wants to get his name in the paper, wont see It wlln to die as an exchA angei n ans
e recordiad o slapplg arounn SratesInd ndes r.o; iont out Inh* da

nas a wonderful crane teo gec by wilhou otiending anybouy'si for Oatis, with the condition ethu
'coeltituenis. (Maybe thy wonte do it any more, aniyrow, now that the Western World te I SI G N AIONA, G
that they've found out how loud we can noller, heven h we don' ldU.S.-will oblige itself, plTease, nt :I ... o h ,v
'haviels he votenl to destroy Communism 'and lb- O' ". a..orrwo th noal lnaI e',_ h w aswpag .
tOne of the many, poised and ready to runbutstill all nations from the dcit The aOB rU tayr VAsa ib; d t e im
-r eay m d o ine tht Is ig hope ad t ot o they thall ke it ipoos ol t hato suo u d r the pr o,:seom fmcourio oe ,e *-n lanm fo m -

TvTrWovMelodramatic words, perhaps. -- --Ce aperet propo. ",
fa LE FONT vs. JACKSS But too many oro f tour wh lln -in- n t a nomed Th- h nandn "Ev e nntsal er n r' or. o
irm oit bu25%d" aitentloned people, in their hon- We see where a young e i a t i gentlemanttti r
o Well, well, so "One Jackass to Anoth er" wants to pay Her- esty ad deceny, tend o re- de McLennon as recently t booked sn charges p e.

Gosh, jugead, allat sainkes tho rih R public ans are cording to the rules with a the mother of two. nd t punks, Ti would kill the etlonm Guard ovr
Gead y o nsh t u g e ato e toiers-ht t oesewallnmake r c h i mp o sscol w h. .nIdse ev O f ch ar..ei mt won 't k t h e s er

givil servants to keep his political macnamine n line and those the colonel referred so bitter- a n, to ra and ob her was JO who wbpb ario Q -th t
is a wond. er ful chance to ge by w, shout o ending anyboy' s for Oati, with the c onaeditionet r o ,o tAn. P tb. ..

'i1n4 the whole world a Father Divine's Heak.en In d.e o! he"' A union led by devotees Hie iio lit ft 1 to3.t eu to e. C tle te row m w fth a tough grishc bfhads TlMO Defe
constituents. ughead, and that (Maybn't the wiv*t do it any mr hte now t te Western World a theg uthat rei adrOadful dsre0 D like.
Ihat it's mandure! ,t would have cabeen ,, c bten cre roller, even imenti we don't Un S.-swill oe tself, pleases
h 7W ucIave"* it a 4 voNede o a One of the many, poised and ready to run, but still rate all nations from theis in e-.ntry "tha n the C ont n or u ee Tt G ver taMhe ohieo nt ino a o is
own Mbetter foreigt t n t rFcy Waitingt to Seem from Unto s hew rouri on etn c la spnea s a ed oty headed. dayfor.e rt on the nat he
esiant. hi ntLes f ans that ppA the n te mn a le ahtirh on We see where a you ng gent leman nmed Theofeat l -I bandirdie ^ ahowrf ^h o o o. tied *he ynurimelt theU-t h'
W elwell s uo neJacat keep tAan rora over- te- atdmtcnc ,te a stt respeoaicLennonch asr-centibookedI On chargesPItresencei. is wa a
iulesad m alsar t Ones ackassles to 0ea h e ir anbst peoa n 1 e .ne.e n i otheI ma o n ft he r wne ass adv t tolleyadndviot hao wa pat i 'eI 'th a o b,, e hbe' .m 'e.o-..e
SteoMeiroxa-at stinkers-those rich Republicans are. corn stoa thderulest withe a ondtrol.a nd b tione"of"blatese -A. -unrt $'T would kill the Na s tione rd e a
truc tedyD Demortso 4in and b ica death minbar hos r m n dqWashintopneus, month roboerd mugging last Octder, He pleaded think that they can b1to o ection Governor Ma!.ce of Ohio, 06vetnore

;peoi derbihotwyev s weaval aie dl nl Ifaldknon apo e tahe supe. Noa tha ih nhee s ted h MyT ntals gnod e anehohneftrolleh w ioo se 1 LOea b th e v btn cop -tit aever W eh i ,*
ivil servants to keep his political machine in line and tnose he colonel referred so bitter a gun tnerto r.rob h awpJohnr beaen r s t. ...O
s were the sole reason the acase oldn't succeed n, mak-Y.l .A. ..on he dmeo he d Ne w eo .rm drrba .eei aa tr Aer t thee De fense rtment '. .
apLnding spree. A 0 billion dollar spree, j ughead, and t hat '"ain't the oviets'line was. given s dn e eteen the ia ne isl metd n is bout, J a is r H 1i a Si .. E
SIt'smanure!t woulave been areut.u., l ale lil to represent nom- couan y h ween thatrl the lac ttconfideni out by hJ9 d Ast thee l uta g IAMOi -
-money) higher if tha t Congress that riled you so ha munt atein wo a rkcet N in West- county lht tick. feun.acknV-.nd... r'. tbyfde" t tigs. .u r lh
wnbetter foresight than the ir Force in stopping them from ern Union's New York ofiee cre asai tla mews iw thedspra." dend ls o s lt'oe.o. hi f.r himsh4,the,_Ee thisolu rS the ve alo.uoau

,, -.v yito h _- Z b- r "f tar respcm nrre..Uw.AsMyt maintai al at- arn h asu ct mntl.log lna' k .
heWsameabeattyors ofaplaftr yhar.wwhen.ven then het heo a tresvarye fewsInstan wher youturi rwillcnoalongerebewgroundar defermpl,"l. l wh. ar soads
*- le. r teet of f9 3oh .8. fe -D r^ -e law oundedt.-* ar, and t on an et- .epank babies. Ai Arm!, an

Have to bow to y ou r conscience, jughead, you knowing I was Traiport Station, Alnn tt hvte beno eern teo rob and rape. ne can a eathug ihn e uet l nloAtoforrd

ti ed financially when I haven't iven ltound it out myself yet, v ln on, Arm i'ers 1,2,3,e and Nonea' undL le p t the ear f God l tAiaShe .
y ou knowing I thought all those thoughts about MacArthur, 4; the U.S. Nav Communl e- fo te to rtime. o hWhat you can do t oh nMy O ffiSe i of the stltiton thit the SUeretap of Daefe
ks record of lapping around U.. raters here? No omnisci- Governors' Istold aEmd Fort o be cout o amaetrouble a H aat Pointed ot in his o-fidental memo "ofe
ee ia required to know that the data used by this Congress in r e av. Secod Service Command. ..... -a. little ,, Ve, W in ,I, mloand rtliceAtw myear oftnve du sad ie m wiasse

ng ronicled the t ial cut was supplied by their predecessaily Wor-s. The mon tiven access to have ay d at at

tknow, and the sult of their vote shows they are still out to of Cl f r i n 1949 for following bcdhod A 'e Uaoipd ow vgmst lhwitrtheO rt alan Pee 1 0W our poif to eso band t 1e Noa O a rm
c vu the ricater. we adno simegdwtohfpd ur selvtterno o tib ttf night ostickat...that.Wboth-r.Any-
Lam ase th..eR. epubrelica-as.aleliyoudwant o Pge-u Pth-.e k o ked b y Sen ate reinnes-igtE
toe y eg ve the Heavens h k thea r own c o express dions athrie tes lotrto r ".. .. r u ro n ..., ,.rifo. it ea

Md st w hll-holeoftoury sootWheatspoiledsb- wavsaCmist oey re- meto ol sal tra snrinterao effot h an vstoun'le I
bya.sweets Sprci fory w hI h atd ot n ren receivtedt asm te f t ",w- nier s 12,,foe verneetotrhgr WnOR.d h v. e .o e"to. '. ,, d.erins
ayouknowing I thougIhti all th toseethoughts. about MacA .rth ur,'4;- th e t o thom far Of teU ..h Wh at." nLo the ........" g l s" ...!t. on..t._,the.

E. hksFont VRreeivoe iatats you wreadombes'i ineareo .ath over the" IgosntShroudnoi.
oet. But howrin blueblazesIsall- t hae t suppowiATswerto Previo shPtze o h""n'"r .I i n Wa1 "toim Ttrt.nn ln
o cnarequired to know that the data used by this Congress Inlf.Se ond Service Command. s ^o- ..... .&let w.. ra rid Mn.Sned t.vl .a
A'd the dif3--iral cut was supplied b, theirpredecessors. Trens .... o-. .,vena wr e .essonea emt"wle IN*as W
iewmanftaor .n*. Sawcents Ahe than twoyrs ago. ed lte3ofhcabledilre- e de d suendereae nnel r nthingeet atorwoldNowh aip' MWt.adi-Ine osd ai.
I enew.e e _vl Poker stgavaee o U. ma ory now Atgence Is the America e n th .Com- tet re',and asd e to e rda whna et tntoa min. lne-as aemlld wita n eotrudogeAn nie Cesaoh"e f' AAlies-...ftlle60u0asu6 i-nMmo... 0t
gfbtg o the Zone, b Utth hnetho -over .Democrats t,,, ,-thjsn.nsav ., hevp ,t ,Irserveo t "li-., gati.onunder t he nns.-..ft

car al-h ctre..liebovsthengumrdiadofld our m t' Belt aandr aI kn ife) o nedf ean Aw e csuA& l an
cspincthe Seareataer .m Seh d an te teed o a ftelvelyh es rnd woernd sember s ad tosm ira.a. tbes alutonde or notdo n- e te a .. e .

OfAcoupsehhe abn 50e aamousrwge hgaore. hommna"o i toof p m e h gge '
they've got it coming ltke a doctor being thankedowith.kicks opot.-I, "".-... ._%,

s&pitwhileNtyinas tosoothea spoie dni ol r brat'sbelly-ache, broughtdwas a Comm urnst, iBelly re A nit ae e T i.aI "ln.
5 stiOcky Cit ao Greae, S dAskeden a o If he "had occae sion tuRod Ii Hammerstei nwe sl nf.ooT
Germt y4ou whiHreditc wuni mred b t eW.h viewst 'kly ahnNa14e# the setatorhs lape p ever
.' 1. p ..... Answer to Previous Ritz l -nrk-q In Wo.f 7,1nnIn 'o"- "- /W&INNI"N".

al oTr oavel To elk 3 the course o n of their dmTell- f it. o isd lte. -seah.

Slne ork of 21 Fish EnglishHschool Yet win ase Na e ionen- thehath di.Tyou schangesia-patronasked r. T E In.a sld'J aM
"Al e .. h iG ee coe re metn -wit e r.. rtkl. o,,r w. r.Hammerstei n_ ..rei ,, D ur ,. I

aomt 10n Collegt olc ea-gyesrsselodeer tome whe.reWest- othbgr'igleds, nlya the s audie o y -. e.
iin Inn ouian 40stGoznsweerrl t.T*_m.Bely..,hal Kell. hea e yoseieLne a. th e t ,iol ...d hav atothe S n4%e..._ I -.,
,riverl 119irl s watercous randchldreshAW .a rtuae I OObeth,.. .e w .(TeSaf th H.s t Eq hM ,.n! Ieid n. q S, n .Is' i110i.d the a'l, e, "

*OnW a cnd I dheic meeotrkere.tsmio t ne dovrion fter;t hed fle he s .

41*2rry iut ryit "e"It r e wonal --eone. ."ADash bt d ot.. r i. '..t.- .

t42 Cat'sery a on the er. a C rat S .W t at* a. .. f .
Citr -- in en hnur nd a hlf onl tand lepark It gai to be
Okl ahI-I Thursday. Mv 28. rereta-. the ig Twa'g Nbw TOalwM.
48 ,r. .. 1i-. of the -n.t. Su,-C. -_ -... :
"mFtin minttee on Internal Security Variet best saui atos Nlitsgardl,
Sarise"d i Pr,- ,eC. "Jener nd f oul Rob- gabbing with thq.e g.,o. alisles
Ne victorious est Morris) pleaded withl three Matrel. PatruiaW"
Detractos ian- m.- p -hew to deav .er- ry. L,
tive fig the pro-ComnMe-led cry =O
rple. ion oulAt be psegd. "I pled no so am
vianS liut thle Board members were you werel".:..
at I ',.,-' 95,'Ii" 'P% -. *. ...ds t *f 'h a n r -
"h 'rruid--" ='v* ot er- str --I-I plaW'M-
URn k -- --- --* *-th *. -'-- >.das.
topif LttUJ :e4-L nsgfi assith Udi*s .4

* ..*s~ .~a

p r TWrO

Labor News
Allu&&% v ft%

-- JI- y ----- -- -J C I- II

r ,-," -. ".

' I

9~rr5J~~4Iff7 vWnr'r' swrir:"~PI~~E'i3pn -~ ~J"W.fl" ~ r.Jlr!!t

I **4~ ,

S "l


b"'~~ -''`

ShI j j

.72 (C6j4'3W h"; '





sOOrng, oer
.... *. '^ i, "^ ;:/ "" t """il

/.i rlerd ed to-
day th government
x r 1. .' Kl Isted wetbackss"
r%" "-to B eio on foot
drive-inSI DECGES SDE rith "pun-'*

,thros twister rslw
paJndkal os the nrt how I- ds
tound atody the .. th t tatesto
'.o II T p cored in fac-

,oi death otretfd To ba cks

o mid tothet in.o ad I don' b-
: ~ lbadt aeon of the tor- bplae whclh

bled 28. one hoan of re of lan lon tempera -
lldtoano edd 100 yard wid g tr" hId beIn dliserately
....os ourft,- .und" ..ahd

Th s ctoyt of Mt */f W1,h out.a n
a9b bashid byr, those
h in nrows at the- 'AYoumtb ttinr -m, *l -Is-
,Itnl Siard armor here tr..t ran r t Ldes-

.. V Prssed, thphrey Sees G d Codha. e thing
T a Bo on Choice to lte ibd t Pt.
ta s wt S-except that' .u ilV..'don't
CaIsedDuwap To Reseign
SlE we R0N. know the snco i, rll-e, or.
"Snl Xlw] e, a ,- if you do, gyu s~r" -atling
a 0sailtherm at lant, iidof them

SFs- wl tet ta p Peletbac dfwl f t the
-. TheTim r%_d it invest-

S- lot M. oh owner o por- are "ry ood that Conre of a Koren tr on te amn-
e r led when tant televion nd i~gpradetaphrey a 8
ter O r- in Autl, Tex. wa oald a alary eaur's ret f tlx-m hi

of AF ly 80,00 annual. &opumlamwas not shared. Nw& and Wo--Report warned -6
I skilled 26& one And one tax agent quetoned ertr acr member of deet. h temperate
2a h6rdo the whether thks aould be a legiti- the Ho Way and Me om e ad *the "al lem t P P l P
S l -Wood- floods touc ex- tt who uortg the securty bth and P

ii She ilen r pJohnjMon adnitaihtaraton q lt...b.erhar-econoinde1 Pur Pam e
i? o whiph torr entia her we radinihhe con ed l -a
e iT ,o nrand 4 1ing

w oaterA Ind torcetoR a
e tUtrd. ti we dopp pog etl .m o y n monn owg en o
4_U am "s~"other I m wero repor t dat r

W .i. n e d he and h d w uthesFlly ByoSi 0To .
Teo 1 st onn Hce mphr y lS;. ,eeslGood a e, S

Texas evs.BostonChoice ks. F E n 01 ProfitsrTax

nf EnWON se e gseorge will br In.a-o aeAOn
Humphrey aIMdtoday chance Perhaps miAndfud of the effects n
S A lot m Johinson, owner of Impor- are "very good" that Co of a Koreaen truro the dMin
ofle m ide -when tant teleyislon and radio stMton will approve Preident Ksenow- istratieo'd tax .ans, Rmphrey 46S432
or mm I-n Auti Tax.. wasd a salary ails request for a six-month el- today saI, t o dt I interview A an4
e, .ud- those staionsof appromimate- tenon of the eoes "profits tax. wit the weekt aIsine Ua K
nd onemaentTt q ti e hoeflr., b=. Hernia 0 P. n- gins any Im at tax re- Nekwmaride nvul.
,mbr.ed And one tax arentEquestione mr- a m rofd .Ie a weld
h sA'066thewhether, this should be a legiti- the HoMe Ways and Me-da .O in He aid the "real problem I s paw PUS 16 Paem'
Mr Intelwtov-e&Wx' tm-dodutlle lsbusness ex- ,mitte who Is supporting the security bpt. miltaMy and 36 Pmss 4 6 pan
.nI&lMrsa jhon aduUtraon request. .berhar-tcpnpa ls P
onr FA -theadamilouer-01-Y
R"stMealher tradioteib

eo- @ tournamin treshd hImpro e nor-
mqualy In the last 29-odd years.

.olded ,~es, and practically nobody
it W" aA case, st tul!d Jan knew what a dummy reversal
right.' Heowas. Inthe r Eastern States
nofurthienor in the eeloald a Kan trueo*uldRmout, held In

,.jak a nofficias an '.r.oh. Re(, JJe hand was usually bid to
%0 fldM to traMnfr .'OOfllNOa- fbur spades by some such auc-
a, to oson.t11 W!Sdths tiont tthe one shown here to-
04kmiall "nnon his a. mh ;. -day. The most common opening
tosedandiMuman1i.Oa was a low heart, and South
he thksr a.G o won with the ace. Declarer's first
objectedte. As fUg.*1 di ftmwu to finesse the ten of
toes of tn"piostax.
'ureau. Ibo',,f defense variedsa bit from
u ReAUp lu!ti ---but It came to the
fllI the end. In two
In that I knqw of. East laid
An V-to .Vthe ace of clubs,d fi
1 tkHe.P" East then r
nJ 1rfice t."h he told the SOW -eo;

(' JQ", W I chance d'et isatthe o z- 4mwusDeclarergot to'hisband by

hint dA -ftla. 6-IM-.1V -a" =,. ..tdjust-U',t ,.ck outu sy's lost's with

monac e
lon tn
mt be.

'C .4


I o S s ne -, be wt
3 Speed teea ~ A mel. .s .yh e me-lo
seed ~ait Sep eOV gems stip of V ae.i

r rlo_ wh, _;l- ,

'3eap d

; k,

!4M. ood

I 'clarer then led his last ruaI
S dummy's Jack. followlnxgt W
dummy's four of trumps. (Sout
had ruffed twice in h k on
hand, .and therefore dfum
Wound up with one trump mate
I a ja a south aadj Wbteh
* my as held two d
'. diam s. south k hpt the oir
MM. but Wt w had oy a

- Wt bato Sueen t fO
Scart. Itb he 5snV at2 gems Bd
I me -B le fe

I r -'jf7l11






The Only Air Conditioned Car In Panar



Your Cadillac-Pontiac Dealer


S F i9. .i .w, l?
h... ) In :') jn "'. A* S bL .-.0 "





AT ONLY $s39.95

You called for it...a watch that needs
no winding, no worrying ever. NIVA.
DA-LAMONT Aquamatic is the an-
Ower ... ce#tifled waterproof, dust-
proof, shook-resistant, with a shat-
terproof crystal; the fine 17 jewel
Movement sealed in a beautifully
designed case. See NIVADA-LAMONT

17 Jewels, non-n agnetc,

- I

I yuaow idna


CU a/ Fa /tlich




S rr




'a t

.H *I

*^ r

n6 $'n




U 1
-K U
VW U,.
ia j


-A .r9z --

A t4
feCt. s^^Q

asgwome me~W

J ~ _~I I

-- L II


Yhwh.mL w


15. .-

. bey

~. 9
.4. J.~

. f--


S\ by Erskine Johnson
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Exclu- The bubbly star's seven-year
sivelv Yours: Diana L:nn. vwho contract with stage producer Ed-
broke into the movies as a shy. win Leter is about to run out
teen; -a"ed piano wizard. is "Miss and that's fine wih Mitzi, who
Zip" these days and she's con- had to give up the princess role
S~sin'p: in "Call Me Madame" to Vera El-
"Fil never give up the piano len when Lester insisted on hler
but I'll have to admit I don't services last year in "Jollyanna."
practice anN more. I just don't "What hurt me most was that
hsve time." I lost the chance to dance with
' Din'.s Ic.1apin' between mov- Donald O'Connor," Mitzi wails.
Irs and television-her alcohol- "One of these days it has to hap-
lovino doll in "Plunder in the pen-Donald and me in a film."
'Snn" will surprise vou-a divorce
Court. v h r -he' shedding hub- Hollywod on TV: Marie Mc-
I.' Joh.n I inids,'. angd now it's Donald. once hailed as "The
S'c I oncon' sta. for a summer Pody," will do a series for CBS-
i otirirom in "The Moon Is TV.... Telefilm production in
SF'' e:d vrekei'rd trips to Par- Hollywood during the next six
Si,- -fr liotlh fun m" :-onths will total a staggering
SFr"licr in the year, she went $30.000,000.... "The Goldbergs"
to New York to do one TV show replace Dennis Day for the sum-
sad rpmain-cd for a pla..--"I have mer beginning July 3.... Cathy
no w.ll oower. I can't mn ke up Downs will .lay opposite hubby
r wind what to have for break- Joe Kirkwood in the telefilm ver-
** .sion of "Joe Palooka." ... Marl-
Sore serious about emoting lyn Monroe is the eye-popper in
:iv;n "shel eve- was about her pi- an oil company's TV commercials
r1io. Diana feels her footlieht showing on the east coast. TheyI
S eparance will "rub off a few were filmed DC-during calen-1
tru1t edoep." She's already dar posing.
.-learned. she "F.'. thPt "there are It's in the contracts that movie
no bad audiences. If you don't exhibitors can bill them as Ma-
"tr anything back from them, it's. rie-"My Friend Irma"-Wilson
your fault. You're just not get- and Robert--"Mr. Beanblossom"
ti ai to hem." -Cummings for their co-starring
-'-1 Ro-ch, Jr.. is answer to'film, "Marry Me Again."
l : "Ar'c there any stars who .still
Isn't sign for television?" ques- Conscience
"I'm l ettinh names on conl- GAYLORD. Mich. (UP) After
tracts t to that I could' t ave ru'Inine a mile to a telephone tn
gotten nii the telephone two report that his car had been
years aa-o.' stolen. Enhralm Brcrk. father of
nine children, dropped dead of a
BE'TIRES TO GROW UP heart attack. The thieves return-
3randon De Wilde, the moppet ed the ar the next day.
S10o Ju4t about stieels "Shane," ______
n r3v not be scan by moviegoers:
r. :-n '..till he grows utp. His IT rL Z
p '-er is ffidiig to friends I iTi I -
t: at she wants the lad to retire .,
from emoting during his adoles- '
ccnt years.
Even the roulette wheels ,
slowed down for a double-take at I .1 .
the Desert Inn in Las Vegas -
when Jane Powell and Gene Nel-
son, who now refuse to make a
secret of their heart involvement, 13
bhld h.rqt s P"-v7e the table and, A girl's idea of complete hop-
g -ed in'o ce-li other's orbs for pi; to be secretly engaged
V'e world to see. and having everyone talking
I bout it
The Screen Producers' Guild I bout it.
p'-cdictinZ that Hollywood's eight
irpjor studios never azain will
rrprh the mass film production .
o- fhe past and that hardly Ps 3
.-..' as 100 films will be made,
S -co..Ip.-ek- year. Julst bei
In their peak years, just be-T

The Pacific Steam mNalalon Company
Royal Mall lines Lid.
S.S. "FLAMENCO" ........... .. .. ........June 12th
M.V. "SALAMANCA"......................... June 2th
M.V. "SAMANCO" ............July 1st
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO". (18,0 Toas)
S.S. "TALCA" ....... ... ... ........ ...June 14th
M.V. "SALAVERRY" ............. .............. June 17th
S.S. "CUZCO".................,.......... .....early July
S.S. "LOCH GARTH" .......... ................June 1ith
9.S. "DIEMERDYK" ..........................July 7th
S.S. "DURANGO" .................. .... July 1 h
S.S. "PAMPAS" ......................... .........June th
S.S. "DARRO". ........................... Ju... ne 20th
M.V. "DALERDYK" J............... .............. June 2
All Sallings subject to Chante Without Notice
PORD CO. INC. I PANAMA-Ave. PetB #&L. Tel. 3-1h17/
lHAI.BOA-Teral BdC. Tel. 2-1905 I

Oi N

. I l : "

Fly by

Tb.- most reliable Airline!



Daily flights between
in luxurious Constellations!

* Panama
* Caracas


iT "'-. q *

9f, a
S '1 ."




Pleasant Pmuit *

Jker at Work

mJ 4mEWI WMl N(T iW.
*~ *N*Ll fl* wi S ww%^ frT
sBMOff O L
NMa6i ew'rwwm omC uwoafc


* Maracaibo
0 New York

Connections in Maiquetia to Havana, Lima,
Port of Spain, Barbados, Curacao
and to all interior points of Venezuela!
Offices: 'ocumenf and No. 20 Tivoli Avenue
Phie 2-54045

a yearj or a tOtai-utput of
480! ',.
P e and Ceorge Mont-
go "= denying the stork

Aldo Ray kissed Rita Rayworth
for the first time in "Miss Sadle
Thompson." "How was it?" whis-
nered Jose Ferrer. "Just like kiss-
ing Rita, Havwcrth," replied Al-
do, the diplomn'
Mltzt Gaynor doesn't know how
it can be managed--ox has re-
newed her contract-but she
"Wants to ply Scarlitt O'Hara in
the mu incal-coniedv version of
'""Gone With the Wind" on Broad-

nsil Iufe nIm iude ri
Many rooms wihl Tlevision

7th AVE.
at 50th St. NEWYORK
SCable Address: THE'rAFT

Dog Tired Dave

David was a 'buay fCllow.
shopping never left hib mellow:
Worn out. wea3y. tired &ad brave.
Whri not read oar Want 4ds. Daye?

$; KIS WELKIN Planeteea



I l

i 1 !

- L,


Mello's Propositioin B! lOlI Do ug

& FET TFIp T"ir

ME! V-E ORNO zw Vi

---I' "-

I- i,



71 7, 7 7.)




O .way ,,i
;~~~~ 4.- :-:t^ a





~-. '&-:'


, w .. '




. Af-/ *1 .'**(' 'f l I9 .<

Ho:^ *lmo



'' r

. t __.-NM

7 ;,-


ft&0.itA d 2'.&&a ,.5 W..& N %t,

------,- --
In 0u
The CDnal Zone Library-
Museum now Is mu"iln in
Jctheir eithe first large ild case in
and ten&d. the lobby of the A4l Affairs
r Orem .Building a coflectliot oi oils,
BeGeMm Jena lit a gouaches and water aOlore by
e IM.Charr] Malcolm Delvalle.
SC o rumpage Delvall e,who w resident
were harmed fWees on the Isatmnuas.
whn.h a-several times in the Canal Zone
verity of Flori- and Panama, a re lI Nw
MIn f the summer a C- ruim 1& ihh u ds York and Paris, Bu ehe s was
wh. parents, Mr.h u stu.dyg- unrtil recently.-
.t" 11nWibetG.Kodt ofhose r Thiss howing wil give .the
m l ofen urs Morce Library's fanuy patrol a wel-
t I^ C .et. Je I T e. ameTeber of g,.Morgan's come opportunity. to bee some
eh co imittee of Delvall*sJ Europ work,
theH Wiht entitled: Baint-Clo ud, Fre rce;
St- a'I X u) Notlee Thrift Shep Open Thuosday Pitled: Bat-01ud, Chame;
T 4 regular coffee of the The Thrifl eOp operated by hlyseee; s poot. Cyllel Paris
-. QU5277-Heigb1ts Womens' Club the Oamb*e Wot Woo a Auxilla- Fiacres, Rondo Point; Lean hi
S0 -be. h el o Wednsday at ry will be pen Thursday from Tower -of PIsa; oliexe, Italy;
9:30- -. 0 ,Za. m at the Quarry 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. at the Girl Harbor Scene; hewnmlc Va

t Gstt oe Honoe M eehanr Of h ea hlblt, which will bea
bE a *- tn' to MrL V- 0- a of hae rss. G orge T. theWaeridi Jug; and I StillclU th g ""
,82 or M sI""L W- DnJr. Life
,IAW&=3 I ds e The third meeUtig of the additional paido y D valle,
oti-lWe de' :- 'oion Class directed by will remainP-otisgj tS during
wife f !; HiU xZcelency, Ll01s Sears at the Ho.el El Pan- the month of June.
'ikProll the eppblic ama will be held tomorrow
n onry evening under the patronage L0 Mu Imlf
MG Of tB? OWce r o fiar. andSMrs. R o Davr is. a gsso r,
Ja, e' o C ss ou oD*. ve --
tair gu&tAh~nor at lunch-
a W ,aton of new a Bunna Coaunistt
le s te vens, a cers hel on atrday at Morning Coffee Saturday
Jsa Mare the hotel' ,l Panama by mem- At Albrook ." i.s'-.Pro
e Holgerson, bers of the Inter-Amerlfl5an The Albrook Air Force Base WIH 402 AB S eca use ;t mar rs ar
Eli IT* Mai*, Joan- Women's Club. C. O. Wives Club will hold h116tb ,yeadi
no obInaon, .Ms Vetty Fl- eir nont coffee Sat- 1y., site aid s television instead of ply i sWte
Mima ,Ji V Viles New lied f-rday om :00 tohl Ml game-roamidig the hill'aof ullit county belng a "o* armed WASHINGTON, June 9 (tP)
EdW Gy d s, President; Mrs. 1 U *- strapped to two conmbine4 belts which encircle his g0-.i waist. gets ready to propoe-marrla f ,
Miss lott and Miss er, First Vies-President; I Haaim n Caldropi Notice ly, who w pods at birth began bhisursuta growth looks soulfully Into a
Ruthn .o en umaTreaurer M The Hamadan Caldron will at tha of trieeafter he had' whoop aic .coug ha md b I
SSShia.d r dA hd ts rei r mon et. l" 'thly'm et- qualities- as a faithful and eor

a. UI Sea r "rn M t o getic memscrber of the party, an
V ,. MkmP ers, r e U d ewish to wane the party strugm
a lav tary); Mt l e ader of th ra e 7: .
Bya t lto, t-A. MrT e t l t un s method- of blending two
thebeueiReds ris ops. rli R ie' er drc dseuo h Rd m escribed g n courtship
*ir Mr so *e 1ncy. dt h fi' ,. inil- d s'. n-l- *k
Frlnd Mr. oer ua s" i ctuo mn be holdI oe r Sata rno and marriage rules foundgn
(tele M Ruthlir J et Telaln Fordeu.Teheoma 16abegboldW;documents captured from the
nwi Is". ..., I la j Hle, |Fmord, ^ esdy, Ma ijn. In Sai- underground Communists by
for thrni ter. Fr- owen ineMs.boan intended
cnb w Frorn Sander.. Mrs. b oa gth Aljatrianthe Burmese government, apc-
d k theirl tbthen on hm n Tel B h e;o ,..3 o cor to the International
l a rtematte, Bettry En-r qymouscaller Santa Cru ,who haveacepted Confederation of Free Trade
The tn oinn-will'l eave the Qf r iletthe te p s e Defense Unions.
Dr S ee rs. 'slt sdayJunenWre-re Presn Uag nzces n.tions.rnpor ooh
lfo S Wesday, June ,ote Martinz, Mrs. Dora Bran, Mrs. a plant last night protest agano noned ye t a tne seven committee decreed that all
will hoie guests of Mrs. Natala Rivera. ,hN- n a the omer's editoral .crt civi dehesi zon the town members must get the commit-
Mr. and Mrs. n aRobert Douglas dl inoinO i cism of softt drink worker's t a ee's permission before popping
le4 ) .Ii their Je n Meltng Toniht ....f h....... om strike. Theofollong raedthe mes the question. They miust then a-
del 'w unAtLeigonCbce v n Th he vote ftseven *oid such sentimental trappings
p cwhallo ,hAta.u eLegdion Cleheub0$,W moneswtithw.1 thO r t.h e- as professions of love and com-
... A joint meetin of the A- dnored ca .'lene. cnec- tion. coimader oted first s upon the beautyofthe
i mderican Legion, Panama Canal
pe Post No. 1 and the Amer- I %AA,,o n9"dtionwItht,,buof ZoneiMrs.Ruht n an mIntended,
Muin lea lXegion Auxiliary. Panama Soviet igh" 06miilnot, said it. w AMrs.rrooeceoe 2c,
on llh" nal Unit No.I will be held fled the AAtrla gvenment P a." to or, andp .r houd the prty line ap-
on Thuis evnn the Leion rday that. major control Empiyes ofthe Cbtanooga rath*Altq a s ena proach fall the first time, a
t lub's olub fr purpose ofIn-On the mv9ent of r pe Tima a min, pm Blanchard; Zone 3Mt again within tw
stalling caWnewlyoelectedl of- ods across, usannn crnoo' N Critchle*' and F weeks- A girl, the ground rul
_, eleer. of A AIary,' ffi- aboo eir cor WX;Millett and *'s.' M E$/ 1 de; just by. wlin, The third tie
MRS ,, 5, Mrs.i eL o" MuSa P
wer'ffosuppertwillr Zo.e Mrt., = musthaveLreason.
0--brm"-e o were ecvrud 4oneearlIyn, and *. Vl
Ciannei ,-'.' -- t is Mirs. r n d"-Mre. < "
mad benoft Excut like" rcn di cr Eth I oiMrs.
madena of th- uiZo Nle by," thCb e Brewer and Della U J a.. e. eol aS
Dr.a IF I .r. A .U aa-Cols bot.tlig suitor Is allowedrto IT
o M. and Mrs. Bu p.m. in the Pan American a- nd Frenchmen, wo now tion theiruties doso punishable dth.
nThe srike, now in Its fourth sectioncommanders, Mrs. Arro-
.on Thueday, 2~& ne2, at ion of the Hotel Ml Panama have peclnl permits to ,Pji week, erupted into violence last Yeon'..C~it. ohave ac -
tl ei--61Ng Church In at wbhch time final plans will through the wlet zone, we Wedknesday when two Coeplast o and i .*ltt o assume
Viat. -del Mar. be made concer01ng the activ- not coftri Immediately. wa
Sponsors for t h e young Ities of delegates to the Na- Ain Ian governmentan. of the Home Stores grocery the positions of uslatant zone H
couple w r-f. and Mrs.h ,o r tioal. Convent ton in Philadel- no uee aid the chain were .attacked by uniden- commander&. [
une Soviet hh commissioner tin ,,,ase'o-o o i ps #akon
a"" Mr.-11 ',ato r officrsent-TKro- days later the polti de- company reacted the mandoIn
Mrs. a. aHUtqengl. and chapter officers are Invit- keff ed .-haaelr Jul- doaid ea n&,heaha onb mt .in-
ius _Reh an told a: apartment underwent a or but said ___esuen should earn d_.. Pal, and I.Bue
shakeup because. the ca d more profits this year through reti.Utrom dyor mp-

thheCarol~ l 'ly at 9:_ controls .-, 1 d ei trady Bear. wThe Mornin. ews-Freere ownedand the
-. WlM. traffic. nw ent increase pet cain plant. A jointly- tho
.8 A c wll t a -hich wooldd boost their per- of publication, circulation and
j Ua IP film- extent to ,$114t-. chase,tae to four cents. Theadvataing.

I=,too from Panamc
,10:00 to 11MO0 am. at faoto a u ,M.""
enrltveit m Iq O, Club Headqlqarters of the Ra welcomed the mov ,and,

iu-rin o he by toussian.oo. I,,i toe,

circuit court charging he was will! It soil ase S
bitten by ad a bt dogf I A deillot'bh tea't no MiSS PANAMA, w
a[ hall, .i-. El -1g present th Repubil at
sponsored by Pan-Amerki
and Catalina Swim Suits.
ubt the -I 31 Panamn,
..o :, ,." r'at S sq A tic
,' -iaq, h. 14 .. .. .

i ..s n Me :
ho,.dme.l._it- .


T V 6 0 -tW e t% V T Oa I I


Easy credit terms may be

* Juito Aroiemenu Avenue &
Telephone 2-0810

e -Beauties

a's Interior

* City Cousins in the


p.m. in El Panama's patio
dancing by Armando Bozo's orchestra.

be modelled by contestants, will be lent by

Bazar Frances
Felix B. Maduro

Modas Marc


Y, S. A.
Nth street

Mth i *tre"t
1 '


.. ?.,
*?: '- ;

ho -pill be elected the final contest on June 21.
i the international contest to select "Miss Univer
can World Afrwas, Universal-International Stu

I mbs by I p.i. Mai, lau IS,
h ba W' outoi owi,. amit.

_yt .

, o" ''.. ,


~ ._.,.. -~--~--



_ .. 1II ~LL

<*'; ." -


'* -*


olli- i ; ,1,,-s^ ^J ," ponsored Loci



.s ^ ..^-- -

~4~W~3f Ainff S1W ~'AN 116 bA

You SeI'em... When You Tell em thru P. A. Classifieds
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street --,- PMa&I '
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6a

Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivuli Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and

Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Sal6n de Belleza Amerikaeo
No. 55 West 12th Street

Agencies Internacional de Pubilcdcioa e
No; 3 Lottery Plaza Phone -319i

Carlton Drug Store
10.059 Mel6nda Ave.-Phone fS6 CoMe

Propaanda, S. A.
"H" Street corner astudiante St
Phones 2-2814 and -2798

Miouau for I Z

Household Automobiles Do s. r .ve ahha lis ....1
Write Ahelies Am.eet* A. Btm
OR SALE:--Frigidaire Refrigerator. FOR SALI:-Ford 51 Do Luxe feu 20r 0 -- A0e*. C., Z.
Good condition. 10 cu. ft. $175.00 deer, very good condition, few
Col Panam 3-520 __ *miele $1,375.00. Guaranteed DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clintc.
ORSALE:-lno 9 cu5 t. Wesng- SMOOT r HUNNICUTT, S. A. Central Ayenue, -K Street corner,
FOR SALE-One 9 cu. t. Westing 16th St. Central Ave. Tel. $00, Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
house Refrigerator.G_ Goco ndition,? Colon.the Panama Canal aboard
$5u.00. C11l 2-1595 between iI. --- Through the Panana Canal aboard
30 a. m. & 7 30 p. m. Ask for FOR SALE:-New 1953 Ford Sedan, the Hotel El Panam i "PescQador"
.. d m_ p$1,750, leaving Isthmus. Must see. lunch included $10.00. Friday
S505:- h. ',m .s -s Tel 3-5069. June 12th, 6 a. m. Pier 17 Balboa.
R SALL: -Mahogany diningrcom .- See your Travel Agent or phone
Asset. butfet and Ch:na closet com- FOR SALE:--1951 Plymouth Sedan. Jungle Jim, Panama 3-1660.
bire. 1701 Old Cristobcl 3-279;'. radio, leather upholstery. Will-
b -.-. ---.. tradc for convertible. Call Amason A VISIT TO THE SAN BLAS
JOR SALE:-Six cu. ft. Westinghouse Bolboo 2333. ISLANDS!
refrigerator, perfect condition, June 12, 13, 14.
" 00. Call 2-1595, between 11:30 FOR SALE:--1948 Chevrolet Pick- The trip of your life. A Jungle Jim
a. m. and 9:30 p. m. Ask for, Up truck $500.00. House 8049, Jaunt, thru the Paanmo Canal to
1 Fred. MGrgarita. Tel. 3-1967. Colon San Bias and Porto Bello! A
AOR SALE:-25 cycle Frigidaire, 8' FOR SALE:-1952 Singer, excellent three day trip aboard the Hotel El
cu. ft. $45.00. Coll 2-6357. condition, 6,700 miles, $1,150, Pahama's Pescadora. Leove Balboa
it. s H.. --II may be seen at 0426-A, or call Friday 6 p. m., arrive Colon 2:30 p.
OR SALE-Stick reed porch set Ho- Balboa 4139 between 6 8 p: m. m., leave Colon 9:30 p. m. for San
iywood bed and reirectory table, -- ------ Bias and Porto Bello. returning Co-
. maple livingrcom set ond miscei- FO SA-LE:--1940 Chevrolet Sedan Ian Sunday afternoon. Through the
* loneous. Tel. 2-1658. House 15441 195.00. Good transportation, for Conoa Monday 6 oa. m. returning, to
A, Mango Street, Balbco. i work, leaving Isthmus, Tel. 3- Bal6oa. Meals catered by El Panama.
SALE 25 cycle a ahoon, 5069 'Bring slacks, shorts, bathing suit,
,onsole G. E. Rodo Victro'a wth'FOR SALE:-Red Oldsmobile con- jacket, flippers and spears for un-
-"cor s $175.00, mahogany Desk vertible, excellent condition. Call edrwoter fishing, and your camera
ad Chair, glass top $30-00. Nest Miss Palocio, Panama 2-0336, 8 a.and rolls of color film. Pelose mak
of tables $10.00, 25 cycie electric, m_. to 1:30 p. m. reservations early through your TravelT I
S with cushions $8.00, 2 etl lwi' on, dio, seat covers, Excellent 60 1 ci pric grr
Sch..:s $1.00 each, miscelianeousI tires and mechanical condition. In- --- pep. r
* itsn. House 593-X, Mindi Street, excluded full insurance until Decem- RESTAURANT CONCESSION
A A rood to gas -'t:on. ber 1954. Can be financed. Phone; Bids will be received in the office of
' S.E :-Winler .nst Piano Balboa 3411 after 4:30 p. m. the manager, Curundu Post Restau-
Z 4 0 CO after 4 o'clock. Phone 5184-B Dioblo., rant and soda fountain concession.
4496, Balboa.. .. Bids will be received until 1300, July
4496, Bolboo. FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet Bel-Air 5th. 1953. Address bide to Restaurant
sport coupe, Power Glide and all Officer, Curundu Post Restaurant.
FOR SALE:--Overstuffed furniture, accessories. Call Navy 3575, carn --
rebuilt and raripholstered, good as' be financed. Embassy secretary desires three bed-
nsw, Sofas ftom $65 00, ormlFOR SALE:-1950 Plymouth Special room chalet. Tel. 3-0085.
chairs, $32.00, compete living- De Luxe, 17,000 miles, W-S-W; SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA.
room sets (4 pcs.) $123.00, mod- radio, seat covers, undercobted. PANAMA-MEXICO one way $85
ern diningroom set $68.00, con'- oit scoop, luggage racks, excellent round trip $135 1'15 day limit)
p;ete Hollywood double beds, $64. throughout, $1,200, 25 cijcle re- $165. good one year; to LOS
00, modern wardrobes, $45.00 card changer G: E. 3 speed,' 10 L. ANGELESnrre way, $159.25 round
ernm, Sofa-bods $125.00, beau-' P. records, $35.00. 1-4 .H. P. 60 trip $268.64 (90 day limit). Pan-
tiful modern vanities with stool.| Cycle wash machine motor, new ama Dispatch Service 36 Averiidai
$65.00. .Bomboo Bar $39; Brand $15.00. 1526-A, Govilon Road. Nacionol (Automobile Row). Tel.
new folding beds $25.00, Desk; Tel. 2-1631. Panama 2-14655.
$25.00, Gas Stoves 14 burners) _- PANAMA CANAL.COMPANY
$55.00, Electric Stoves $25.00 and PANAMA CANAL. COMPANY
lo; of other bargains in both new OSition Offere OFFERS VAROU, TEMS.
oand of other bfurgains in both new Sealed bids, for opening in public,
a us OR CREDIT. WE DELIVER iWANTED: English and Spanish wi be received Until 10:30 A. M.,
OR CREDIT n WE DELIV speaking male clerk, Panamanian June 15, 1953, in the office of Sup,
. Household Excange preerred. Apply All America Cables erintendent of Storehouses, Slboa.
SAuomoble Row and Radio, Inc. Balboa, C. for Diamond T.T.ruck .and Spre1
ia tNcioncl Avenue) w rO.S. Dimn Ort ,A Sp.rt. ,
S Phe i .3-49`1 W ..l.s en Pots, Diemld Dfo Speiart .di,
.-_. __---f----- -- .... -i fIf.S t. p for 11M, Tr acw,
OR SALE-.5 cycle Coldspot re, T T nm i Plant
i fr.gera $3100. 4 burner Daort- Ae'' s t Voi AP--ln.t) 2 ai-r c ur. 2- Sl-O,
Is meant si e s sfve $20.00. House aepl- ... "ay Eno xprss Truck, *
/ A; 5443 t.4o, diaolo. WANT* AutombiNte.Sales man ressor located in tine,'300 Are,
n sn t ssnion for'olrigrv t TEoan e i
S AL:-. ,- and stool-- with P* !?* POStion for ri .ht man, olboo; Coaterpillaor 'rctir. Two E-
SSAE- nity o nd stool with anion oi r American. Writeoor- Sedans and Drill Sha rening
F.3 .. a nandTst ools o"9, PanomPa a, 'Machi n-- located at the Cristollr
,a twin mattresses, bureau with mirror, ----- ......-- i
child bookcase, bamboo bookcase, WANTED: Competent welder, house, telephone -1256. In-
!I standing camp, washing machine 6 /.must pass test to secure job. Goodvttion No.. 38. ay, be obtainedl
Sx 9 linoleum 4 tables small. Seq 'salary. For test see High ad ro the abovesourcesor from of-
toR7A Rousseau. Collvy3521. WeotherlyLtda." From 7:00 m M ice of Superintenentof Store-
If- .--m----d-. .. houses, telephone 2-1815.
ii Fishing Company has openingfor --- ------
FOR SALE-1 wardrobe, China closet. capable white man not over 35!Fresh Bird Seed; mauting, netting,
;A one 5 piece set, 1 baby crib and years E age. Combined office aond song food, cuttle bone. bird tonic1
' other small household items. House plant work. Able to supervise per-' nesting hair, sun flower seed, love-i
528 Apt. J, Reed Tank, Tel. 2- onne, knowledge of English and bird seed, rabbits, neon tetras and
r 2301 La Boca. commercial driver's license es-i barbs. Acuario Tropical, Panama's
FOR SALE:Wetingho refriger- sentils. Initial salary $140.00 only pet shop. 55 Via Espoa, Tel.!
ator with deep freeze almost new, with chances for advancement forl 35411. i r ia, Tl.
cost $370.00. Boigdin $200.00.. ambitious man. Prefer one tho ATTENTION! Atlanic side service
Phone Cristobol 3-1707. has had office experience. Ref- men, ballroom dance will start
erences required. Apply Congelo- Thursday, 7 p. m. Cristobal "Y"
corePoDamen0aM by the Club Ch O0Phm
FOR SALE: Three piece uphols- r $5.E0 a month. Dance partners
tered livingioom set, slipcovers, quto,_Bella.Vista. __ ____ I provided. Harnett & Dunn.__
drapes ondi fiber rug. Phone Cris- F-OR SALE:-To highest bidder, 1942CfD CAL
tobol 2453 house 171-A. Hudson coupe. Quit job, leaving FOR SALE
H.........".'.... ... o s~. .- immediately, must sell. Call Bal-
FO SALE: Beautiful diningroom bo 4236 before noon Wednesday. M lcaellaneous
s, et; almost new. One poar Vene- __..- __
tian Blinds. 48th Street No. 23, W ANTED FOR SAL:--Accordion, $2500; Bed
SApt No. 3, Tel. 3-3457. 1 "TW n $10.00, Hallicrofter radio, all
"Miscellaneouer wave, $70; 2 dining tables $10
S s N ellano each; 1 desk $10, etc. Phone 2-
L U N !AMERICAN family desires 3-bed-..6302.
Room house or apartment for long- FOR SALE:-Air horns, chrome, pres-
lance lessons ore as important as term occupation. Telephone Pan- sure type with 6 volt automatic
e that school wardrobe and will pay ama 3-5104. __compressor, suitable for cars, bus.
greater dividends. Lessons by .ap- ..... .. ...
pointment in the Washingt on Sa O S Will buy 2 bedroom chalet ato Son truck or chive. Range about 5
o f El Panamo. Tel. Ilono Sears Froncisco. or Parque Lefevre, M. miles. Also, transmitter, globe
SPanama 3-1565. afor inform tion. a! Box 3769, AncoP. 0. champion, 200 watts, all bond, with
S for nforO push to talk D 104 Mike. Phone
R APERSONALS -'Balboa 6302- -
___ _1-__IHI KIDS. A greatt.demand to start "Mederet'" rent increaies, un-
r I another class for Wednesday at 5 reason ae emmisary prices end
p. m., Balboa 'Y'. Reduced rate still "fri-i" lia'eilites forew me to
goes. $10.00. 3 months course. seek employment elsewhere. I of-
See you then. ffr yeu #ke following- '48 Dodge
.-.. (- Atloantic Side teenagers class for m ufoen, new brs, nerw r*ke**, ew
,-^..-- l Thursday still open 5.p. m, Cristo- muffler, new atery, ne bw s
r -Y ba3 "Y" $10 .0veo 3 months 'c 27,000 miles family gte,
course. H 0rnet anrd Dumnn AA A1 condition. $106.00 cash or
couse.H et and D ---_ pey 1-3 down, finance belence.
roreWaV odayn FOR SALE Re Sp'it "pie perfet
FOR SALE condition, mahoegny finish, extel-
S-i '\ WV I'. leetr tes. $400, will pay for mov-
-- I voe a a In Rem al ntite Ieg. Lyle Wemak. phone 6-226.
June o Wy t iadr his ow FOR SALE-Lot with plan -to build FOR SAL: Lester Spinet piano,
o.n Rio Abajo. Very cheap. Coll Iol- very good condition, 7025, 10th.
: boa 2390. ____________ St., Tel. 929-L, Colon.

,-^ concrete, small down payment and Revr, AA to Q coils, TBS50D x-
-I. f O.J '. extensive easy payments, tele- Mtr, Power Supply, TU5BI VFO,
.4t 3- Wphone 2-3479, Panama. Elincor 10 meter beam, American
SA r T crystal mike, 25 cycle $250.00.
Phone 6-419, 101-B Gomboa.
R AT TA N '1 'FOR SALE :-Communkiotiqn Receiver
ffur tur Phone 6st 0i Rod-
Don Buy j BRfIN.e'Leica Coamero with f.2
1 l| lens $90.00. Also German binocu-
YI,, Hit Ua Ti. P lors, Phone 2.641B.


For your vacation visit
our Show Room at
waufbs Raw Ma 2

FOR SALE:-Wipte -lethes for 13
or 14 year old girl, two coats, three
pojomas, one robe, three sets un-
derclothes, three sweaters, two
skirts. Perfect condition. $50 for
lotr. Phone Cristobel 2370.
Beat.& IbMWr$
'OR SALE:- I ft, Piwed Boat, .
6 Scete aft awter t bard mnotw,
boot recently bu, witI mete)
cabin $4000, tor oth
x te ft i 2 12.


Reserve new Inexpensive satirsfyin
vemtlee. Shrmpefe's Santa Clare
Beaeh. Telephone Balboa 1389, p
t t' p. nM. or see Caretaker.

Grarlicl.-- Santa Clara beach-cot-
Kn. Electric iceboxe, gas stoves,
mbfte rates. Telephane 6-441
Gomboa; 4-567. Pedro Miguel.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
only court in Santo Clara with an
oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach, Rockgas refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffleboard. Pana-
mi 3-1877. Morgorita 3-1673,
Box No. 435, Balboa.
Williams' Santa Clara Beach cottages
2 bedrooms, refrigerator, Rocklos
ranges. Balboa 2-3050, except
Two and four room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061, 10th Street,
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
FOR RENT: One bedroom aport-
.ment share. kitchen and bath. All
screened. Apply 63 Fourth of
July, apartment 5, oaughmon.
FOR RENT: ln residential sector,
very well situated. Interestd party
may buy furniture .r rent if fur-
nished. Tel. 3-4024."
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment,
One or two couple est residential
section. No. 13 43rd Stree..
FOR. RENT:-I-Jmmeidte posession,
large three bedro furnished
apartment. No' television, bu f
everything else including hot water.
Heiuse 117 oparttent 3, Poitillo.
Coll 7 to 10 p. m. Children wetl-
come. *
FOR RElNT--,Fumishled oprtment, I
bedroom living-diningroqm, porch
end garage. 43 St. Mexico Avenue,
phone 3-0140.
FOR' RENT:-Furnished apartments,
one bedroom% easy transportation,
aft. .North ,American neighbors.
Easy rental. Telephone 3-0471.
FOR RENT; Spacious and cool
aportmnent. First street No. 18.
Perefl downstairs. For informa-
tip % to 4 p m.

FOR RENT:--Frnished room, kitch-
en privilege bathroom privilege,
independ t entrqncoe 46th St.
No. 27 Apt:I
FOR RENT:-Medical clinic, furnish-
ed, above Central Theatre, No.
141, Cpnfral "Avenue.

Truce brqffing
(Continaed ftrm Page 1)
any information that Ahee was
drafting a replypt e's secretary
James C. H erty aad: "You'll
have to k him tat."
Wagerty clined comment on
a Red brol"cast by Peiping ra-
dio calib MW. ,lanbower's of-
fer a sea .part tb South, Ko-
rea. an' e ln the path of
peaceful settlement "
Hagert said be knows of no.
plans to cange Mr. isenhower's
five-day tW d Ichedule starting'
tomorrow. Bute said the Presi-
dent's pa-us are subject ti
change W time because of
the Kore"a truce IAtation.
In Padll -; -foZ ministry
sookesma _. Mid the .gaing oqf
the KrtorAa teuce can be condd-
ered as '"lialnent."
He aalLt :ol. oget oBouaayy,
military of the French
embaswv In lOo, has been ask-
ed obs the United Mations com-
mand to come to Seoul, the
South Korean capital,. to repre-
sent France at th di gning cere-
In another larodcast, Peloifnt
radio, mouthpiece of the Chinese.,
Communist. rovernmeit., ave
full credit fur tho tm of W
aereement ie theo anyI
aide. -
"It la clear tfl broadeut
said, "thAtt the *w was ,-Itw
for a need v rsnatloe by te
major efforts of the North) eKo-
rean and Chtnee lide.f.

T~e c,,
-. ; .'

I.- E 1S -

S"an L 1 I

,Automo1le S .ow Another Novey Nw!

1946 Pontihc sedb $40,O0 PRESSURE SPRAYER
Falo & dardm*
"'A, amout FI.LIN
Go. NoV Inc.
27t Cetr!l AIM. t* L 3.B14

1948 Buick Sedan. $695.00




o ".
1...' -

1948 Studebaker Coup $ 6~4

9 Ford S.

1948 N Ah 5,. "


1950 Ford

Convrtible $1,190.

T ti,.

Ford Sedan $1,045:00


1952 Chevrolet Sedan $1,225.0


1939 Studebaker Sedan $135.1


4 *Y't

;. ,, .BSF
., rae "

., .' .. ^i;J .,f ^f.:"

i,. A. matio officers of the armed serc tle'
da y at Cas del Periodista, oi' "adio WorkerW*
Shipping ming, storage. right are: Coristable, MA. Gordon Anarew"A
We pck and oratr or move Starbuck, Navy:' Capt. llamHabblett,
anythitlln 'Phone 2-249 1 Caribbean Forcqa Station (OFN), And ~I OL0
....* j 1 An A 'my.
2.2562, PanamL A ..

lD 0'Nude .H". Ir wt PO

DEASE RS Ee bEW .e Ia Today P91.
USED ,URIT ro Denmonstra ..n
-4 A -en .e Riy
We B AND ELL. Ptewon1 assigned to. o-p ra-
S' MuseVtVo W ,t "detnoedsIs ..
SA from the USARCA ..i voatemue stagd ela oiMF
FortIllpk, sla In olom-re
C'"''today rf tO give ant exhl- erbag
TwM I 0tion f Apo0na fire d
0*wer. Arthur who *6re Wir
Sd-aN -I pn The team of 13, led by Malo Repubeam moved da n
0 SeastuedairC1 hoyce L. Eaves, departed A brook uary.
(1 'usre AFB yesterday. Following-the
Fove to Ve*iuiela for an r sM"a
UNA AcibitionWednesday
.. 1 1 11 artunit to NO
Usd te nh r
Wate t n aci r
Your SYLVANIA StonM and5 Iiimrecoil l 4s
VIa.. -aG N.. 1) a; 45 cal. siaa in adt
lame throwers anauto- Hoover and Ma
Stic ritles. o C Yorl.kalt
., The blombian deon on New York; .Henry Cabot
take place at the NOIMWA U.4e entayf to the
avalry School ftange, vhle. tOe Nations; eiretaty ra

:1. TeM ,r bd a.iehd.."
i9e IbuM/ B gt Alfred M Wabeo, p J l
..-. .. .. P n ... .

*** n
Radi o urrgrS r erto Ra
HOG 84O alea

4'YurC. S ti ta Muro Feel

0P6esmentars by Ln rPoa
5:. ,1 hilB l .'

7:3&-a tan-A0diparAnile (W
AndlUe of



I -. -/* ^"!

I .

S vensaloal1

me cMi i



I -' i '. 1

I _

: "





.a .. w .


* ;~*-~.y::~-j ~*

Mlade arrist ihl

EM r"ui l w efrom Cam r ,. .

a *up *1 the houore ed Md: ay Fielder, Mrs. wI ct
t r l c lrt Tam tM rLoop tl of .A
..-.Crtobal held a Court0
o eAa ri Awards at t aip home of t thOt
1mith,, r.Robrtleader, Mrs. KIL. GeL..
MRoben rtD Bchmon As part ot her mWork t the
.David Polack. Curve Bar, Andrea Whitaker
n K dBwastin Badw. The

eM 0rese.a T l Co t rank I
Lieutenant a od m as. Jas bades the cIrvea BarP
SoIt .ianl Mrs. W. V.t Nath1 Co. Mr. Maedl

B4Bp ia^^ i made tembeuea h eattohs. ^ -.-
Swithor teopting da r AWar, for asend reClauerankg i i ,
!... .. *e. Co.l.. *I ,." wam received by Mary Ann -
|and arr t.hs Johnson. The kis
agave demontratIonst of theh
Calorb ys.had one to Wn the to
N NEW THRILLE Tense, edge-of-the-seat dram which stem
orie.,tU 't .The three girls who had Won from the nlghfa rlh adventures of two Ame 8' t forr
u Ya.Kbe their Hen. Makirs badges freedom across Mex.t o menaced by a un-m h- .-.Ier II
at in ar of the ree offered in "The teb-ler," the Filmakers prti for RKO bi
quesed t rc h t th e bl i ln g r r montA. young hCae- ton be aresoented shortIy at the Central Theater. mI
.s were red Custer, Ruby Dipe y Ida L lao, Hollywood's to woe eeor, i
.ay 1Mai:) Haleen Cox, Ellen lute, co-starring Holamod O'Brien, Frank Lovejoy and William Talnan
_~..t of te -.a All nte ,and friend are ILoulse Algaler and .Carolyn at the head of a fe east, this new film _takes.It pee with the
a.t Wteumers wil tak .t en pac ofrvgce Holgerason. a ao. finest suSe dramas of recent monhs, Frticlar pra. saes
rtg que pe o e Or A r resent e William TAlman, who under, oes. a co rmple ,hc o pace
Cur prollra ed his daughter, Loh@e her from his pertfl apor trayads of the honest cop mAn "Th Racket"
.a- d t~h~e ..o. .---i. Sld n A 1R Boating .Bad ki They were co- and the hilogsMe'colonel in One Mnute to Zero" with his
.a e _ot:. .lae eent ria workise for e c badge. Mr. R eharactelsatlen of the droopyeyed gunman.
SMI L urtna.tad.. ame I. Cox presented the tree In addition to directsng "The Hitc-Hiker, Ida Lupino also
S n n Mrs. James bades to nine girls wll who, wrote the screen story in collaboration with Produce Comler
.eehwofltoed, a~ thj Dkolect. Young.
S. td ,Other me an of the d tro opE
40..- .Tss. partcolep iso and recne T HUSDA
X.; e slawars swere: Ae ardw' k,
C-.,.. Hu D. r, hi.... .gh'.V j Bovnin pletutr of the arte i a of
'" .." ': -.if ,orfofl t P.n 'a "ere'shownb *THURSD *
aAn OktAg4 ?uia'l Comedy White Plains, New York, wer a
N, r A visitor for the eve n .
PtTT LADY "th O l%
Meetinn OhGatun
-..Mr. M. Led rotq e t e Yung
AS the1".Oter' e m emers e troop
.at the arhd' oJ ulyCHanmlrte ak
...the O0tEw Clubhouse Th urdai
arht oo0 p.m.e AU who rehoVb
,, .. hlp lle- he^l td w......, PS-
(Next to Anoon Laundry) s~uy Le-re IstLhmus n IA
Jue(0 T'h J* enha member of the acut
,,... .. .hthePa tw lementary I W
". i-vt' f0*o ir 0 past two years

'l. W" 're Y,, titL.. t Dlagmar's or !s ol _/ eaI "he aun e
1 M ..... .. a....all
~a.t.-th'. elLbe4siM 437. .u n ra2 o
th"C u hous i'- .. '. -' ...-.,

," ~ the Par sh all at 7:00 p.m. ASpewoI
..eelp A re. A. xpc. (hmMe .- etn

f the Chio meto y
.....aad at 0:O'Yamatte e EDMND O'RIEN MAN
"ik" $1.50 by planen Sun Hota Oo-hmtem

Wah, deo era rorad rhr .Y PR*L,...

starnartetoa tU 01. -he are -
now livg in iosee,.nv1, ",.

Mat 3 .ltR.D v. i .-.


tao rute ta
V*= 0. .... n.A t9, ntot h 7 omeo

theAUfkursthern ot o lili$NL
mesas" Ub cr*\mo*sl" ,

uMrs.Lr eer. saned a -
tish murder case.
Corone F. ar..O et Ju.'lyASE
as a"C slohP sdate for a
resumpton ot the inJut o

SIs on w -hii' -W

iver TIimes,. where their 60d -.
lad bdmn 'thlpINA-.fter _ea

Oki r patw .
Ie'l, air

1ETS MEASLY DEAL-Shed a tear for Morton Shubert, 23, of
eachwood, Oh o, who came down with three-day measles the
ay before his wedding. He got married all right but didn't get
o kiss 'his bride, the former Jo-Ann Friedman, of Shaker Heights,
)hio. Shubert, his bride, their parents and his brother, Norman,
gathered in the Shubert home for the marriage ceremony. "It
ook just five minutes," Shubert said. "1 got up out of bed, put
n my tuxedo. I went downstairs and got married. Then she
nd the others went off to the reception and I hear they had a fine
me. I went back-upstairs, took off my tuxedo and went back to
ed." Best he can do now is look at his bride's picture and talk
to her on the telephoneu






Canal ifeaters -


B A I a 0o A Jean SIMMONS Robert MITCHUM
1:15 g:. Wednesday "THE THM E O VENICE"
:"1,:'6" "FORT DEFIANCE"
a Wedmeday "MY MWB AND I"_
:0,' "MY MAN AND I"
SA A A Wednesday '
SAMB A Technicolor!
SA T IU N Richard DENN lG 9 Nancy GATES
e Thursday "SON OF ALl BABA"
6:15 & S:6 and "THE WILD STALLION"

:Is A $: .









On the Screen from 3:00 p.m. -
"THE RAIDERS' In Technicolor!




A cr coloSd
At 9:00 p.m. WAHC
$11.00, In t rises!
Te owey oys.


The most heroic deed In
the History of Cavalry!
"The Charge of The
Light Brigade"
Errol Olivia de

M.G.M. brings together a big
Technicolor r.eenful of stars
to tell the thrilling story of
three loves!...
Pier Angell Ethel barryMre
Leslie Caromn Krk Douglasn
Farley Granger James Mason
Agnes Merehead
Motra shearor


(French Dialogue)
Also: The Story of Four YotiU ters In
Post-War Italy...I

BANK DAY! $3"*
S| $100.00 at 4:00 p.m.
$10 .00 at S.- p.m.
n Stewart a in





'F~aPINA |I-



Six Contestants for t~i
Title of
wearing beadktiful dressed L
"Modas Marcela" "MItOl"
and "Felix Madnro'" in
wonderful fashion sheWl
6-4N T 72- i -
WED. an dTHUIi

A whole picture filled with
laughter, tenderness'
and joy...

and -
the kid 'with the foghiO
***** FRIDAY
Week-end Releasel
The Spectacle of Specta84!g8






---------_y weww-pmp

o ; ^ .

_ B B'i_._._.O__R


- -


A .





L- --

'. .


I. o
:* *

* I


* ci,.

-. .. a
-. i.~'P'h-*

'ressen Benches Roy Camipaella L
'i -.1 .. ,


Rest May Have Same Tonic

Panama Boxing ommssi

Effect It Had On Hodges5 O Te. S O nes Ht
Teams W L Pet. 9 The Pnam Bxing Comn-
NEW YORK, June 9 (UP) Roy Campanel- Milwaukee 31 15 .674 Oth ers M ayv mission P ight gtri heir. -
-Brooklyn 31 17 .64 final Staemp ef pwu tOee Tweotfph" B series
la, the major leagues leading run producer, was Philadelphia 25 18 .581 S i ves 1 boiZn --r e BeZnhBBasl u
b ached today for not hitting. t.o 2 success Form ula Loi3 Braves s a-* .l gn. ** rf eL e.
Dodger Manager Charley Dres- and Ralph Kiner, let one ball get Cincinnati 18 26 .409 e a tenYfoetneAlve ou ea n t O "i
sen acimited it was a drastic ex.-, through him for an error and Pittsburgh 16 33 .327 mTr u I esuandO Mmmli.01Mm'. M-any s -res at
periment and thalit proably made a wild throw for another. Chcago 14 30 18 W i l Natlo nlle'agu Ie ei ........... t
Nvouldn' go beyond this after- Eddie Miksls dropped a pop fly TODAY'S GAMES ,ague. ace a mG m.ti. f r t
noons ga me with Cincinnati. But: and pitcher Paul Minner threw Milwaukee at New (N) -- o Ia, 5 to aS*B .
h2 hopes that the rest may have a ball Into right field. Roy Smal- ilaeatN e rkN STEVE 8NIDR hand the low lnr tsal. fa rein
the same tonic effect on Campyley hit a Chicago homer. Chicago at Philadelphia (N) United Press Sprse Writer leaggpes W. ear will be by o o es.
thpt a similar benching did for The 13-game losing streak of St. Louis at Pittsburgh. holdovers on the Infield wer w tem-rad al -- 0 r a shot Wtth the
Gil Hodges, who came out of his the Tigers finally ended when NEW YORK, June g If the JoanthnyInfield were r (, assume tn open
t oerza briefrest and has Ned Gdrver pitched an ei ht hit- YESTERDY' S1RE S NEW YORK, June 9 If the Johnnye Logn at 'bort,, Jack om bmumeanG
been terrrizing the ter and his maesbrokte orlYESTERDAYS RESUoLT rBraves pull pennant miracle, Dittmer 'a.0eooaddn4' a. ddle lsi-mdt t .a ..'.. t he.feet mftuy
er ncci. r-or runs in the seventh and a New York 000 110 042- 8 12 3 nates may want to copy owner fieldki, Bid Gordon th o "eftwegt ti e g'nted~heel
.ve got a little theory about 6-3 triumph over the Red 80ox. urkont (7-1), Burdette and Lou Peri's succ secret veteran of Boston Kd Evans t 1 pnends. Employ a little wider
sor'a of the older guys who have Ex-Bostonian Matt Batts droveSt. Claire. Maglie (3-3), Corwin, Most owners fire their mana- Mathews And Ittmner were A dary than on other abor r
to bounce back and play after we in three runs, two on a triple InKMotwnrfethima Mathews and Dittmder were A than on other 'AortImin
to ounce back and play after we n three runs, two on a triple I Kennedy and Westrum ers when things badbu Lou rokes last yarand for e to
have a tough night game," Dres- the big inning to set the hitting nu ger wn t hig d b rookes y ads? o f ra i Co fdrt- he the bakl of. the dg
sen said. "And I think if Cam- pace. Hoot Evers hit a two-run Chicago 001 200 000-3 10 4 town Boston and "hired" MU- had moat purposes, W as n, w e .h -u t4delt rather than thefront part of te
paella sits one out now and then homer for Boston and Bob Nie- Phila. 040 100 01x-7 12 0 waukee as a re la, em hadt. Braveshed pres will ealee the ro blade, contact the
h 11 be of more help to us." man homered for Detroit. Manner (2-6), Kelly, Simpson Things have been only lightly ager Chare rm a Gesea wl be
.nat business about the "tough There were no other games and Garagiola. Miller, Rldzlk less than sensational ever since, both Dittmner andW m o __one_____o_ __ -kI
nht game" was an understate- scheduled. (3-0), Simpson and Lopata. The Braves, themselves, and the raves' farm at iauke
m e t. T h e D od gers ran h ead -on tourd w s w o h e m e w n r m wa .Tn L
into a streaking Cincinnati bat- Yesterday's Star- Ed Mat- Night Game touring writers who have ma Bde when Grin M la sumW 4a g bit. a jr
ting osder ana suffered an 8-5 hew~s of the Braves, who drove St. Louis 001 001 010 002-5 10 credit the Milwe amazing reception All three young lastummer. r 4
their winning streak to five double, an single, tying for Mizell, White, Brazle (3-3), beer city with inspiring their while the addition of P an
games and pounded out 10 hits the major league home run Miller and Rie. LaPalme, Hetki be tiho i League entry the flete adir f afroo keBru
Campanella home has by Gus Bell lead w tho his 17th In admitted lonal League entry to the fleet *enterfeld rookie g Bru-p AStwllt, Be
n 55 runs and stiBell s s een tory over th AMERICAN LEAGUE up the heights. furthermore, ton, gave that area a true ma- niao sW Up,.
in four runs off loser Russ Myer, Night Game Some lub bears oppnl aint em- "firs dvi eague lo ok 1 C d

who suffnner-up, Ed hisMathirdews of Mil eat. New York 4 11 .7 balance to the outfit tht lun- frstlace..
waukee, will be replaced by Cincinnati 200 500 010-8 10.63 defend veteran players arein-ne' A.A.C. V A A y to h The ,~ s b
Relief pitcher FraneSmith held Brooklyn 100 210 010-5 12 1 lined to adopt a "waWt'il the piteih .dr, Gr i dayll9M wi hle the lB" e e it
2/3 nnngs to gain hs fifth vi Wash drith. Meyer (4-4), Hughes, Po- They.5y r y ay be in for a shook lilly adts he's hpatho thhll' ia
toryneed withorryut abut Mdefeathew dres, Branca and Campane23 .531 A lot mour oe than civic pride, a fstrting pitcher: Wt, Sur. A B ( .s 1C A C 1'
Campanella, who has batted admittedly ong r,glars hold inga W sotAn- 15th dal D l 00 tp M in, i th a d ti
In 55 runs and still is seven AMERICAN LEAGUE up -the Braves. Furthermore, thP That's a safe statement, lnce This weeks -edule -
ershawheadn h e louted No. 17 T L t club, bears only a fcatrehsm- "first e dvisil" also include Tonight p .m p C d

aner-luspewski's blast was his W TODAY'S GAMES Bost. knew Crandall as a d d and Erie r Polce t Base Group --
er-up, Ed Mathe race in that New York 34at Detroit (11 banN) catcher outfitwo ea floun first placra n Tonight 7
waukee, will be replaced by Washington at Cleveland (N) his Army sertone and they LAkroad as Ito A Air m C

Mathews was the b show for SBoston at St. Louis N) what little they saw of himp al and proved Itt fight by gti
Rube Walker. Campy doesn't-, Washington 27 22 .551pniP-a. ",.

t Brave as they took a full rvPhilad lastill weaso a green the Irst two of p!s.a nt iee Air1?s ue Madg Barraks C' -
need V, worry about Mathew I Chicago 223Brooacesby at four of th eight regu- i set again p the4 gs AB u

pofedin out a 12-8 triumph over Y- strtin hESTERDAY'S RESULTS -. Field. 1 N Dur. ^8" m *m
catching drove in fivthe nIs with Detroit o002 000 40x-a 13 0 h B 14An-
h hopmer, double andBoston 25 24 .510 la) positions. k ont, Warren Spai V e, lck- 1the ay- ep.m.M
lattment, but the lefty slugger Philadelphia 21 28 .429 The incoming regulars are Joe forc., Jim 'fro, A.n 15th Na-el. va,700th MaIIt
ar tkee Brave13 it toie him yes- dr andSt Louis te. 1930 (4-5)88 Adock at first base, AndyPatf-, ., rookie$ Dn Ld ianod 0

t ory M Surkont al- Ralph ner Batts N TATOAsa ummitL ado
ter ay for the home rut in a belated- Detroit 11 7 .29 o n right, Bill Bruton i cec- ZHe h a o-
ershnl when he clouted No. 17 tr d Del randa cah L elevers r

terand. y to* get rid ofi Ralp Kiner, think ThUrm1 ofgolf7lM
n-Iu szewski's blast was hb I TODAY'S GAMES Bost 'iknew Cranda ll as dte d ne JOl .
: making the race in that .New York at Detroit (N) catcher two years ago It's craPngoutft
dL 0rtment red hot.' Washington at Cleveland (N) A Seice -and te liked r e at'..A...
Mathews was the big show for ee Boston at St, Louis (N) what lite they sew of ham, eed p.roved Is f gh bywtwlna B g I P....
tl'Brav as they took la full Vir,' bI Philadelphia at Chicago (N) though he still was a green t e rs wo ofI ot -ree- Air Resue Vs rraks
podn out a 12-8 triumph o Tever YESTERSDAY'S RES ULTS* Df .e 1th Navel. 1.... v ummit
the giants The yourh ti a rd Boston 1 01 000 1 her T he Fe .ays. hirelk All g .ei e at

eetro itor 0e dn a 0040 0 te (y th e Bvese as IA nt1g14h An-eYCW a porWtd b p*bti

i' rn uml -p- hand tha couee002 000esr c 4 13 1 3 07 1 dor rest & ae. or
man drove in five r wit' f a o the o o ont s sthe was ao th. s in, ont e o
hel homer, double and single as ,Gre nea i lsom, Freeman (1-4), Kin- eeothero as u wd s ad m
MAwaukee mate 13 hits to coast der and White. Garver (4-5) and ANMA0 mkog san har g L 1

lOeel2ed out in a be ved 0 0 1 1 th_ wth bu cp l, ndheu_ Bar o otAn
h-ehist o as. And-2f haly Dals Rilckey might have beenr hap- ts er yxand I n er stayed 1 B
'IVk ehPY3to,1get rid of Ralph Kiner, p 0000 1 tiken. oTehis amT o glf i s
o-.L t b butt en for Piratme y gr all rg h w we had a fellow out. *r iA

hompohi 1ehobtit-fielderl neeob ks good I n 1C 2ub7 here igto ,et e pwar ne dsoerp a bed ol l H
see'the .12 I hn in a o dod i. .,niform. (NEA. l ln wer wanherdt Hoayed rno i. ; -Hi
?I'-v defeated the Pirates 5-3, "...... ...._w, ife as' he rdtit_____-___h im-TVirn-"
when 8eve Bilko and Rip Repl1- eI, b r h po'a that he musta misunderstood the --RW V -!: :
ski drove in rus with a do uble n Bruton, efo5 2 2 8. 0 name of th club ohen h Join ed. o *

Or ehe itesburoIe12th.git Hwoaaln, a 1s03 2 2 3 for hes eyed couldn't pthat roed n a
P'".tsbureh's fifth strain_ ht de-e po s ad a na Mat hews, 3b 5 3 2 1fo golf, -k She da had er ,
t. Al Br'zle won his tittrd ,, Gordon, If 4 1 1 2 0 hpses' ht x physeal. coedition.l6dhOr _.aRo.We
r-e in a relief role.stan M--lhd t h i r.on r l, f.rof b-Pendletorn, I 0 0 0 1 0 oun mprod When he jot ined- ,ton mner a 1
aLIl and Red choevndien.t hit UUIIIVIIIU RUUndU Pafko,rf 5 1 1 0 0 thegolftclbb g or top inf Y ed s ieas"e d
e"er bo-ers for St. Louis. a, he Thorpe, rf 0 0 0 0 0 preord, td w r e eou e ,T. i s
e Philles cshed in on for Adcock, lb 5 0 0 4 2 Her r marks must hurt le to o tti .e r I .
C""i errors in a h orrendousRsec- fldV T somrent tpoer, 2b 5 1 p 3 0 af.sowor the Anext. lday h hbutIs not ', e0o* J

oh-d inning and breeled to a7-3ters wn Clair, c n 1 4f4nM et) sol e phodn r ltegion. I.. of C1 1
trivmnh as moung hSteve tl dzikw -Surkont, p 3 2 1 0 1and oni day off he reported tr lto .
p7k0ed up his third victory In a Burdette,pe 1 0 0 1 1 nthecu bal lly g de u o-ths c thu -t
rol'ef chore in six davs. Center (By U. P.) In the co rer and s o ed the ren lo o l 'bout

fI PderFrb nk Beuml lat hols Totals 42 12 13o 27 12 da usrad ar t othe bor. Innor b e eiinl 'edi s M ed a
edly the defensive bolwtxk be- Slammin' Sammy Snead took Yowknow t wasu about a, month vit. W o i0i t. .2
tween muscle men Hank Sauer his final warmup yesterday for obeforeb l cou-d dethei -Vi anther ten-r .,on-.em
the only golf title he's nevei NEW YORK on No. I n'Tee then one day' A the tE ouSe T
won-the National Open. And hb r h poa a there or as fo to b dlu and bybreel waleo t 126
it looks like now or never for Williams, 2b 5 0 0 2 4 thIn d with bt 5;ag b andhe's pond aed afoua-tou 1 .d"26
ie sothe West Virginia hill-billy. Darn, s 5 2 4 3'- 2 kinds barda to .Understand- t pound ad 'u-
Thompson, 3b 3 2 1 0 1 timeg.'---so the 6 lyhas toplayfPme -p._hlAt w ,
.Time Is running out on Snead, Irvin, If 5 1 2 3 0 agolf.. g Air .|le. dropp ed.,l fa.t a-

j who has been trying for the Lockman, lb 5 1 2 r L4 3fNow weh ane.....f --0 -Y-----out--4&&r
championship 16 years. More ima- Mueller, rf 5 1 1 2 0 here who haven't been playing n A doef.realy ic. his ad' bout.e
portant. Snead has an injured Thiomson, cf 5 0 0 4 0 cgolf too 1h- but they are sti k- oand h pblie to't win s thsou
h e and that could mean the end Westrum, c 2 1 1 3 0 era for. 'e, the o there -..dayS, and- le. c s fr th-
of the line as a top-flight pro. Maglie, p 1 0 0 1 0 one of th onwas(0 the rough, ontetfor hei0..verp
t h w Several weeks ago, Snead d.i- a-Rhodes 1 0 0 0 0 aShe makes a ae o swing and, l n.
Po covered that his left hahdmCorwin, P 0 0 0 n 11misses the tbs completely, she anouel .
hadnt heald properly from a c-Gilbert 1 0 1 0 0 turns aroundrathr vexed to herE NOTE T '
n -i break "It hurts," he says, Kennedy, p 0 0 0 0 0 -partner and a-"I guess you EDITOR
oecialsy0w I ls IDOn want mebto count.that one too." tide on forerCth aI"
etothe club." He needs an Totals u1 27 m1tBens bar t t ome photos atiet s te l is I. -'
Pi i action, but,the Open comesafir-. BLmdoa bt W e o il
Sammy shot a two-Uider-par a-;Grounded outfor Maglie in fa a Paa sue of th'Dodde ay Cu-
A J 70 Sunday in a practice round .7th. (7 _.k lialongowith mere.1..1Wd
e oover the OakmontO aCutry Clubl b-Ran for Gordon in 8th. their glfl( rseor you CoLardo* if"ol-e,
Snear ttburgh. He'll be among c-Singled for Corwin 8th. readers loeid your winners Wedne.sday (May ) signed
bthe 299 pros and amateurs tee- I'n advnis, -t bt ome of the profess. bselo tr
,. Ing off today in the first of two Errors Irvin, Thomson, Wil- gals mun dermtood, I. got a with the Plalphfa
18-hole qualifying rounds, at llama, Dittmer. RBI-Irvin, Paf- photoifroms s a dIh..s l.hen armyte"mhs..i
Oakmont and the Pittsburgh ko, Dark, Gordon' Logan and to
Field Club. Mathews scored in 6th on error eyes, 119 bs., age blank, tale- by RUSho f I.,
by Thomson), (Gordon scored phone141 before dn- Kas., ascoutor the

21' 41ber o re p ..Id
The low 149 qualifiers wiin 6th on error by Williams), no region. '

-- "-==-- -o- -week b
You0ottyaghanaOut e eg Aci*


*adutrm. la e so they could
Aero C s, ma MW W, t.l t.- attention to I
Yrourbomo, hw P outB een w bt 'n
P a, akcbAigs o, Ilow (esl1.d su
and r)'lnl ** s.;F "
,F or burniloo
.< po midliom tie5s a y wrig IfPT
strongpty, h uriftel a 1ke|y U Wal
... _- urng .bea. as U tg h~
or burnin. g 9tL- If- ot La o w m h
,eUdafrUom. 1 UB; 6tt s -oriniu g vivi'era
ProptlW W y-f, Y



4"- "



. .1-- -1 .. .

wldimzhL al.

_ __ __ 1__~ __ _~___~___

I ._ _. ..~, ~.



* -'-* '

bchives Canr Ch e .Hu

"o, Inna xchamole for
' a t hs as r- a denst WI
Talgat"e+ "' aq ua"aks..
06 in 41i ***.
reason of -maftd Charles,
A. a .. =

mex Says-

'11 Vil

lo- wA IMiNUalpm. M-WSPAP-

pea lewe ht Title ToniR

ATi SoWilvyRickev Took $100,OW0

And Got Rid Of Kiner, Polit
NZA Sperts dter
PITTSBURGH, June 9 serious about his career.
Eight of the 10 players involved gigantic right-hander led
in the deal between the Cubs minor leagues in strikeouts
IJ' and Pirates were originally fanned 202 leading the 89
"a Branch Rickey men, further ern Association with 25
Stressing the tremendous re- tories' as against only 6 U
"/ / / crulting impact the Mahatma compiling an earned-ruira ,
has had on baseball. age of 2.68 in 1050. He
The wily Rickey is still round- corking fiSt half of a
b/ / Ing them up at 71. with the Bul the ae*t
*, SAs usual, Rickey got all the George Metkqvich give,
best of the transaction with Cubs a filler-inner at first
the Chicago Nationals. In addi- or in the outfield, but there
tion to obtaining six athletes have been greater need
for fotr, he collected $100,000 him In Los Angeles.
Sand disposed of the fat con-
/ tracts held by Ralph Kiner and Georges Freese, the 1.
Howie Pollett, who lost his fast known hired hand involve
S'/ ball. paged from Springfield |
./ Preston Ward was the key International, easily could
Se. figure in the barter. The ,six- up at third base for the PUi
V foot-three-and-a-half inch, 198- but his fielding doesn't B a
'"^ ( I 4 pound Ward, no more than 20 his hitting.
".-, ig after two years in the armed
S--- forces, gives the Pittsburgh Pete Castigllone was In
...... .._-:,__ __ club a sorely-needed first-class Pittsburgh doghouse,
5 TCu.t m M- ys the .eve *fl7 he (e a wh h major league first baseman and alder would not be s
.'L5 ti i em" CtImpboah t tbr O hitter. the Itallano wound up in
. lsJ,.^ 11.1, a talg tShe Ua k bt (NEA) ,WlWh the acqulsltlon of Gene deher. Ilehbas ekl '
..Hermanl and Bob Addis and shortstop
OAR d-Paul S&ith back where be- Brapc Rickey rarely
longs, the Pittsburgh club I s wid poison to
byovrfoaded with le- apd hit- di advatageous
a Voting outfielders, but FredHaney
.....y can at least platoon two right-.
t hand swingers, something the
new manager likes to do.
e4. tR 'The biggest swap of the year'
Leaves the Caubt. without what
By BEANY REARION they.neea itomo a thorstop.
g Mit get father hmet at 0a0uplon- 24 Years In National League And bawaillmen wonder who
t have toff dItarbNtI"w eadngIuesio gWh01 to watch the ball and
IaI IIMI all &eian Wsot a l and Question: With one strike ,throw it from the outfield.
i this spaeethas evket4 to derale eWN* and one ball on the batter, the -000-
a. pitcher exhianges places with pr', P..Actically a total
the center fielder. After thewsU without a $at in his
tatie acwho ti M batter has been put out, or has hands, ha to play Jeft field.
Srechd first base the original Now the question is how lfank
atd nd hae so o pitcher moves back to the pitch- Sauer; hardly a gazelle, will go
grotp includes Ba n Demaret her's box. Is thia legal? Joe in right, and who will run like
Reardon .,Bill Bruton in .etween. Frank
B.. aumholts doesan throw well
of the eder tsten tbeport, is Answer: es. The only re- ough and Hl Jeffoost can't
4 "1teqp ule.ent Is that the relef
al tof a.ither mtustre mais until the But the Cubs, of whom con-
S.Was rstbaatled Intd the basement, and
t W.old the playa hoot for wheh the lightly-regarded
,1 much f p i playtag for Q. iow many tim6a has Char- Pirates shut them out in mak-
bW0 nto Gley Grimm managed Milwaukee? ing it two straight at Frqtes
a. Stason cftef hW 6tS i sm t -Bill McLane. Fjdj Wid Mattheys felt it was
Is: h a pty1 in a sInala tournament years hr t move-In any-
I by A Cale gamble. A. rim t in i third oldgrectiam b
S, whirl In aUlwaukee lrwhope salary was out
Q. e th tw manhy National lea- f 90,000 to ~t$5,000 this
Umere of arason thfen t a w dangerss g W attato tea-lTs-Man p 'g, will draw at Wrigley
Mkm stats It 15n --- G Walker.. eiprovided he .wats the
"' =t A. RalJ-. h K I, Eddie lPe i- home run frequen 6y enough,
th i ntal JoA.tta Alah Baule., which is what Geeral Manager

between TAR-

e a he do the es

PIenmetr lJack .6o-lMe s '
S t" e .f-t t Ln, a ,atT
Wate. City A.ea m. sllout. je
Chat means a crowd ot 54,W00 _
an4 a at 1 (f PX W &
SIf th 'laaveg
* ak a a shit colf tfey are


it in Noew aivldon since soa, by s
hoon a the feet WUL JMN WM
S. Two more are -
ShouM Promt0et
ha. been reinstated by the One Big Not D6ErftopSli.

Athletics.- bipF

AiM~ e V 40

Was I t for. most
i *, t \fl ~fl xC ,giAi- ', gaep y txea in the totU ahanmeoewi .e much -44
I O-8 .r .A. .... American m tleaguts? better hitter, Toby A ell,- -
The Vega .....,on t l.Ae.I I-my. Wrd. though the opposition ran on JDW L
as aneaniaaeA. etmkt set the Apeils protests loodedt
St League martm in 19M1 p9 14X Bob Bchilts has tremendous offices when a aLlse t
l. gase." f Clrcinnati a b potential, but It is whispered had Bobby Thonapn goi
a. s theL record in 1915 with lha t he needs to get a bit more the Cubs. (NA)

aiosiw at even a fdtice in the
i d start ata o'clock

lforf om ofa f0 9con-
e tes theDesert Inn dike
*0flth tthe players knew
tI-r -f i Time ,o nt san the Can- *,
t 1mbocft, lttle childrenWt T POTANT THING about a pen is the point. So buy BBFA brpok-
if *=d er mntyof them The pen that gives you the right point for the way YOU wrime-.
Iw su .tjll ~a$ *r ~the USGA. There isnt Esterbrook offers you more point styles than any other pn. You match
to Owte fatffrwn to hold your writing style exactly. And, all Esterbrook Points a4 instantly renew-
ofe theLbfein e anthe ir a in r ct of damage.
SI a place k under the auspices of


rea IreSN U to build sth
lett ad better. That'
what we prApnanA to do at Ken

's statement that
ship. (Mangrum
ro.) This was a
favorite and'4w
He spuoedthe

To UCKT eq MpAct
... mn au You me



9A61 XLw pit"O



~~u it

., _--


266 ,

9048 of.?4

1555 aS--

MORL 444
~M Smlff

JR9 ^*^fAS

pe reak I A"erlf P- I..I N

+* --*' '

p "!



,-w .,

~T '




. .*

,."t : -.

I .1

Na ional


July Draft Call Ttaliani Mo arc

Reflects Plans Goaon ,ng R H

For Manpower Ii -WUI
Inroads today it*111
tons for t-tol,
WASHINGTON, June 9 (UP)- "Let the people know t trut h and te country is Safe" Ar n ULicoln. m tn .
The Defense Department order- _... etO. he
eld Selective Service yesterday to- TWENTY-EIGHTD YEAR. PANAMA,L. P. TUiNib* JUNE 9, 1953 sh
induct 23,000 more draftees for ____._.,______ _o____ o
t- the Army in August. pates, alter
The call was the same as for n arro
July and reflected administra- W as intotes
power substantially in the new The rafte for the-S P aetIn
fiscal year starting ly S egregation banned In as,".te.--on(
Draft calls through June ran e
about twice the scheduled July

anin Je 1950.Eateries; Schools Case Hangs Fire .
ganfted inJune, 1950.the Korean war be- ot
the Army and 81,430 to the Ma- WASHILrGTON, June 9 (UP) the opposing attorneys was should rule that segregation lit South Carolina'e cation F psa Md M b
rine Corps. Authorities ordered imme- whether there is any "evidence" public schools is unconstitu- superintendent said., y the onn -s, th
The Marines stopped taking diate compliance today with a that the 1865 Congress and state tonal. U. 8. aupme ut'siO'f o5 tho eootee
draftees a year ago and today's Supreme Court decision outlaw- legislatures that voted for the The High Bench "Invlted" a school sep el eoon it' nt vote
announcement said the Leath- ing racial segregation in Wash- 14th Amendment believed it Brownell to take part in tb gives his state to develop e M5 o erh to
ernecks, along with the Navy ington restaurants. would abolish segregation in October arguments and to pro- equal school acilite forth
and Air Force, will continue to Samuel Spencer, chairman of schools. vide whatever answers tile JUs- races. IS n''
rely on volunteers to meet the district board of commis- The next' question was: Did twice Department could find for Southern gove rs were
manpower needs in August. sioners, said prosecution of vio- the framers of the 'amendment the court's five questions. ncer abouthern gov the efforect ve t
The Defense Department said lators would begin tomorrow. believe Congress could use the Brownell promptly announced lhert in about the effect of ie -t.r
the August call would permit the The Washington Restaurant amendment to outlaw segrega- he welcomed the, court's invita' te delay on DiIo s school dft ror -
Army to maintain its scheduled Association advised its 1,100 tion or did they want the courts tion to participate in the Octo- blde1 of urgra tio t Sueri old ethea
strength after allowances for members to conform. to have this power? ber hearings. Anderson of Sout uoa seaw holding -"eir o 1a t
volunteers and re-enlistments. The Supreme Court yester- The court also asked whether The court's decision on segr, Aderson ofportuth Carolina saw heleion all i
Defense Secretary Charles E. day upheld, 8 to 0, a "lost" it had power t& interpret the gation in the restaurants oft t anop oportuif t for the ele or lht' i
Wilson has ordered the military 1873 law that barred segrega- amendment to outlaw school nation's capital merely upheld
services to scale down their man- tion in any capital "restau- segregation. If so, it asked, could the right of a Dastilct of., Co. no hn of tr .
power needs in anticipation of a rant, eating-house, barroom, this be done with a "gradual lumbia law-making body to He said it "gives Soth Caro- Thiert e t aano chance f tl. e9
drawn-out period of "neither sample room, ice cream saloon adjustment." pass a local law against seg- li n a more time tO co te its t eConiult and their .
war nor peace." or soda fountain room." The court's fifth question was regation in public eating places. deVelopment of ad Me fal-aoit~ a ft, or the
In the process, it declared how "detailed" its decrees Most restaurants here are Soiden ritt h"whiteaw 00596 I. -r tl
that home-rule government for should be in the cases if it segregated, but some are not. children for hool .
i 4 A ardthe city would be constitutional, admistration ha1been But ntl the last of
tric laming fromo ge Canal Spends $600,000 In RP avaabluffic *with

To Tchnans Attoey urinGnr g First Quarter 1953 t6&
have been awarded to Panaman- significant forward step to- O- of Uh U. 8. Coita's
ent fiscal year by the In ue ident Eisenhower's anti-egre- Purchase amounting to almost tem listedamon the Industrial ia ihte th e se-
of Interanerican Affairs, In action program." $600,000 were made i the Re- products bought during January, eai onel ant rs
charge of the Point Four Pro- The Supreme Court decision public of Panama by units of February and March, but pu- .
grah n in Panama,e e iwardedeto wanaman- pant o r ep -Ame. ..y n.dn-
nounced today als ruling that either the Dis- during the first three months of $1000 each were made of ten on tS delay "nt i
Three Panamanian technicians trict's now-extinct legislative this year, according to a quar- other items. r eian oppoSailty to read
eaut of the 22 selected have al- assembly had no power to pass terly tabulation of figures an- the querigh d to onsult
ready. departed for the United the 1873 law or that the actnounced today at Balboa These were: Alcohol, autowith attore s John Davii aud
States to enroll in American had later been repealed direct- Heights. parts and accessories, brooms, e s John Dvi
universities; the rest are waiting ly or indirectly. The bulk of the purchase were electrical. parts, mattress, vi' -tJe D gahaI
for the final papers to be arrang- Justice William 0. Jackson, made by the Commissary Dlvi- medical supplies office ma- pa9entlea nom. eei te
ed in order to leave Panama. delivering the opinion for the sion and consisted of meats, a- chines and supp leas paint. and "C kt non Cout ., e f
The. SB training grants cover High Court, said the law had agricultural products, foods, bev- allied products, machinery tlan" COu. I
the following fields: agriculture, u rv iv ed "the intervening erages, and Industrial products pakte,..aWd honogiaph records., th1
hae e6onomilcs, aviation, tele- changes In the government o of a wide variety. O eWnt ar argu-
type, '*t`Af commurfcation and the District of Columbia and The three largt iangle lItenms A fede il court
maintenance, vocational and ru- (was) etforceable." listed were Panama bee8f, 8 i uphld th Crollaa 1
ral education, public health, MesbWhile theapprehensive 00)0, ugar, $105,0t0 and cement,' I Buo U pou.
sanitary engineering, social wel- and undeeldea Supreme Court $50r,000. --0 P Or
fare, nIting, occupational thr yesterday ptponed untl at The following tabulation B t a..
tion for tuberculosis patients, waited decisiq on five cases under .the main classifications
cartography, public administra- testing the legality of racial during the past quarter:
tion andairport administration. segregation in pubic schools. Meat products $21,08, D K.8M liti ?
The selection of Panamanian The tribunal, n an unusual Agricultural products 132,701.64
trainees who have succeeded in action, scheduled new hearings Other agricultural The high bid of 4 for the .t
their respective field Is part of for Oct. 12 and asked the op- products 34,2.34 22 twelve-faimil y Of atien1t a C .. 0sIver
the training program arranged posing attorneys to answer five Other food products 4,443.19 billdinge intDiablo eights en-
by the governments of the Re- fundamental questions still puz- Beverages 37,27. tered by Chain Slnh a Co. has rivt
public of Panama and the Unit- zling the justices. Forest products 7,185.9 been aceepte, idwar announced tedO O- -, -
cd States for the training of The High Court had been ex- Industrial products 76,228.2 today at Balboa Height, The bid' ifli I,0 ."
Panamanian personnel who upon pected toa hand down its ruling Miscellaneous 94,30.3 was one of fthe entered for 'the by
case had no connection with The amount of purchases In- o
the public school segregation dicated in the total above is The group of buildings are the zal eS'nt
nfoli sul d g suits. exclusive of purchases made by last of Tth 12-'faadly apartment
In posing its questions to con-other United States Govern- bt ild dIn ereted, in Diablo q.te W
tending attorneys in the segre- ment agencies in the Canal Heights daring 0 third locks i
r r in nation case the Court clearly zone. construction aniitbe earlypart rvd Mr yo J bb
showed that i ist deeply dis- The value of total purchases of the war tt trcures tw n t
turbed by the momentous issues during the past quarter brought are frame, A .auiber the _
Sin e involved. the grand total for the first of this type of al" the
Attorneys for the National As- nine months of this fiscal year ready been and the thet alk
ONG KONG, Jn (UP) sociation for the Advancement to over $1,800,000 which is ap- remaining -e 4t do coatedd on, tak z" ey
RepqrtON from Red China di- of Colored People told the jus- proximately $300,000 more than Endicott, in 0 andthY b
heated today the Peiping govern- tices last December that Negro in a comparative period in the Selbert Strots, .Av. & Ave.r
met's "national construction segregation in schools was a last fiscal year. dgc
program" hadod down in "dge of shame" on Negro stu- Although beef constituted the The demoltohf. recalls a U'
a morass of red tape, Wasteful- dnts. principal purchases made dur- for the removal of m of the "'o
ess, irresponsible and lack Attorneys for Delaware, Vir- g the third quarter of this structures by the
of know how linia, South Carolina Kansas fiscal year, more than $15,000 ber, but the ca h be ,. troUedt. .,
of-1nTow how. 1111Au been df-
Recent official announce- and the District of olumbia in seafood was bought from arranged to ive OecpAsA there, a. h
ents have told of curtailment said abolishing segregation Panama suppliers, time to -arfnge t
n a number of the Communists u might "destroy" public school Most of the agricultural prod- other uarters.* 'o f thb id tt he 'I iter
most ambitious plans. Other systems in many states. ucts bought were fresh fruits ings are ady vac 1. ss
dispatches in government-spOn- The court has been asked to and vegetables, sugar, brewers' about half of the othh eparS-a i
insured newpapers told of diffi rule whether the 14th Constitu- grain, and such miscellaneous ments are now vacant. b a
cuitles in keeping other projects tional Amendment w h i c h items as cocoa, coconuts, molas- .he
gagg guarantees all citizens "the ses, and rice bran. A total of 50 Six buiildthg ar torbe eW I niot up "a saek* of
A greent issue of the People's equal protection of the laws"- different kinds of fruits and ed within 75 days a s.ft p. wh a
Daily in Peiping told of "alarm- makes segregation in public vegetables was listed among the award of the Cnha- m.1 .*
alblilty" In state-owned facto- The justices' first question to Cement was the principal of two or hb____i_____
ries and planned reconstruction .o. ..,.h...-: aend of htemb a i.
said in two Mukden plants terfreat .-
h tppedot on to rejected it' i4Uorce rdto
Aa a result, the Peoples Daily se.. e ,m
said. the first factories were a- a.. W
a to makeone a oolse T tool
4Im the workers remained idle -soa w f h

plated before plan were even ... n.of pun'
after lnta were complet- concurrent .

dt maerials faueld to arrive or tion of t
t to meet specifietions,contract
and there was "poor supervision of P
S and bargaining between con- One
ries and dodging of and
." are

Coan. (UP) -
Sk slammed on the TWO KILLED IN TANKU-ER CRASH The burning tankers Pan- '
Ofmhbuswhen a car Masachusett and Phoenix '(foreground) wallow together In the
Sli t ft front of ,im. He Delaware River off Wilmington, Del., after colliding..The colli- the
1 OMAt the Mist, chased the slon touched off explosions in the empty, fume-filled holds of unlttaL .
eo anIdpedIt. Then the Phoenix, which in turn ignited blasts aboard the Pan-M"s- I" w
h an hislbinand drove sachusett. loaded with 160,no0 barrels of fasoline. Two crewmen we
eftW U w aMaWay. died anme was misi&g.omeBon 83 others scrambled to-*aeti, o ICC

P. .'.. .i-'ThM. 111n."B. .


r ; '. -. A.
w ," S, .*f ..:f*J .