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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
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decleang there dship, Winally" 1 ove
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e biggest push in two s topover at Dock 7 in Balboa COUP IN COLOMBIA --In the Colombian capital. Bogota, Gen.
n ol a mortar cor- o cost each boat around $400 a Gustavo Rojas PinMia (right', has seized the government with BOGOTA, June 16 (UP) Liberal guerrillas in the
w com-G aRt(g ,s z t on w day.
wu hoverrud n dulda the nation's armed-t.oes which he commands. No blood was Department of Antioquia who had taken up arms ogainus
shocked withJune officialsare giving careful stu a Decree (148) of Jun shed, nr shot fired in the revolution which saw President the governmentof Dr. Laureno Gmez, began surre
bier uith the shaue Uexpec dl a in to the whole matter. a ma Decree (l48n of June 12, Laureao Gomes leftt' placed under guard. Gomez had reas-
teiI 6p16k4tee cThe o study could lead to ade- new ballt licenses were nrequiPre sumed his presidential duties for only a few hours after a 19- ing to the government of Gen. Gustavo Rojas Pinilla tody
ithewer conth ch problems as for all vesselflnmonth llness whenthe government fell. One of his first futile with
e they three Communt fighting n Indocd- ama waters. acts had been to appoint a new Minister of War who had tried promises o supporting the new regime.
suia sbe= d WA a .dIated. 'na and Malaya. Formosan pojicy Several of the tuna boats acts had been to appoint a new Minister of War who had tried
a. .Can.anat teeu. tG and recsnotMalaya, adormodttan having heard the tuna decree to oust Gen. Rojas. Gomez is scheduled to leave Bogota tomorrow Gen. Alfredo Duarte, who last night was named Com-
t30 drum- m Red Ci into the i was about to come out, arrived y air for Miami. Fla. meander of the Colombian armed forces, made the an-
S he m e war ton ught to be on the nds at Balboa lat week and were nouncement this morning.
nenv" and OtIe an -This Would not be out Of lne standing by to obtainnthe new 1uarty saidethechi0era0
ition with waith ta mtement of Pre lice es Applicationsand all Search osOn Duarte said the Liberal guerrillas are turning oer
e endous 6 4ento dent S aower who hs tised the necessary papers were pre- e K n their weapons to the army. He added that Rojas Pinilla has
ESoldl. .A S ad- Seve ral FEastern problems to pared and presented im FF TW i ordered that all be set free, permitting them to return to
s had bee-o made available early last at- their homes "to resume normal lives."
0 r policyprononceme urt A- fo r CopS Uoes In Launch Tragedy Anrt army officer declared
i dan nad to the Korean The bait permits ere issued that it is possible that guerrillas R a
in fl tl l mean-no less and signed by the Minister of A plane and launch search was in other regions will adopt the
5,11 d D M Ptu3 y- end to the di- Commeroe and the Secretary of being continued this morning in same attitude, thus putting an
afed .T' iend indirect attack upon Commerce te same morning, the area of the Cristobal break- end tothe virtual state of civil B J
d o f -red sdM wnt o u t B
"r ec t. eritsy of Indochina an aftter payments had been made water for the bodies of two men war which has existed for years Buy Old K ui
e ly He went on to that to the National Treasury as the whd are presumed drowned. in Colombia.
S3the United states "tseeks rate of $11 per bet ton, In most Duarte took over his new post ru"uuu
Sthrou!horut sa asu throughout cass running to more than $2,- The Ho'se pased the Yesterday's search for Vincent this morning succeeding Rojas Kr om P a
t.T Idth t $re wirpld a peace that I1 true 00 p yeOel. Sate's version of the 12 O. Hearn, 26-year-old employee of Pinilla who held the post of
T w the first permits et Pll an's pay the Tropical Paint Co. and Eus- Commander up to Saturday. SAN JOSE, C. R. ne 16 -
Senate pub1esi leader Robi, l1 6 underth e new decree. ae bill today tace Fong. 38. Chinese, proved Meanwhile, ex-President Lau- Official sources revealed today
.... :a l ieti w"1 oe ever, th. Pcmsmagovern- 1ord of the action wsre-
UK61= tfrth inm ddtovn d o tbe sto etrfruitless. The men were lost reano Gomez was scheduled to the possibility of Costa Rica
*4x ohek a t-n.qu ed that in addition etlped by cable to Central when the outboard motor boat leave CUlembla tomorrow aboard



at hurt, cold tee da parties, took he ate on e sa had been received from tnon to purchase the ra
o 0 Ftr lhTasury.iThee was thpne-alw e t the bill ed after vain attempts of one of Dr. romez.ohsed d y hesbode
SthW m i n ,e pr-y w atTuaAy It w the turvivors to ave him. "6at ttOomez will travel with hbis ,erailroad.y w a
ndti. mi8iScan mlts were secured and the boat the PresaMent for signature. wife. Mrs. Maria Oomea and his o
SNE W N YORK, June 16 (UP) began leaving at about 6:30 p.m. The effective date is July 1. Two men who survived the sons. Alvaro and Enrique. Col. Remon reportedly A
Cmn il tread d tw ver Jack K. Tlhernowlts, a major in The last one cleared out at mid- tragedy, SantiUago Franco, 32. (Airline officials in Panama to the proposal and rom
rr oS night. Panamanian, and Jose Lopez said the only scheduled Avian a to set the negotiations in
te rr ent f on a murder kippers of the ta boats atoSe Henrquez 30, alvadorean, told fliht from Colombia tomorrow tion on his return to Pans
wriver a l~ i ytha yfor I the oongOft his first were inclined to blame U willsleave from Bogota via Ba-C ity. The Costa Rican
.:.ty. f llm ~~~ ut4a'rWY.RKu"ne 16tUdPofbhaeging an affair though the ahipmplng agents he r esteds for New York, thus removing the Panama had l y read

a st 810 7 1,1min e.W! w i e.. said today they worked frant-- pLlossibility of Gomez landing at gotiated once. but. the deal
ithea r del Sta i ff TehoWtnowet, 44, Twe reported cally *tryTe to clear the vetel Meanwhile military funeral Tocumen during his flight into fallen through.
men tPnteareft.0oidm. to have brooded over the 1aa s eas soon aspossible. ervceor Osborne, who was a exle.)
va.. ith e- f f ea t eodonialsiby othtu bataterviqes for Osborne, who was a exile.)
SbaedsItl by S Nn n0t ff11 afft r de denials b The boats Involved were T"ve- veteran, will'be held tomorrow at S It is indicated that the Pan
t iawifed i h,, and the v ie ln R "Star f theSed",,y Btarting today, Puerto rmue 2:30 pm. at the graveside in the Chicken amanlan President relter
Srof mrder,'Dvd Sha- Jo," "Tesoro del. Mar, "Intre- les Boa del Toro and Chan- hr In the o icke invltntion to Prsident Ulatet
Is 'b Tef d h lthVe-el en got atiW'n- pto, 41-ya"r-old Sales rresen- pid" a "Antoinette B." All are gulnolf h&ve daily air connec- Mt. Hope Cemetery. He is sur- 5 I viit the city of Panama dur
e S S d. 1 M 0n P one li"tSaig f t n r IW m C f Amric an registry. on with Panama City. vived by his wife and four young OyS in L p the observance or Panam's 5
e. W th lruic hds to staff cold d .Ths u- The ships' captains aid they children. Mr. Osborne served anniversary.
ta, r.tt ia. Bl de' to daw'te ed with his wife narly yte y lost three valuable days oeflah- The local airline Avisa this with th e For stealing a chicken Robert
S and ti cease-re line and settle other bot his p ons and he besides a daily average cost morning inaugurated scheduled e Army here rom 1930 to N. Griffith was sentenced this The first three days of No-
m4 an .t l a11 bune threatened to ve-hitm, of about $400 which inclql .in- DC-3 services from the Marcos 1935. morning in the Balboa Magis- member have been set aside for
PI at pvotb The U.N. Command asked for At 7 e.tS. ha to his of- surance, annual reprs ,a d A. d eabert airport, Paitilla, to trate's Court to serve five days Ulate to visit Panama ; s an
11 m-lto 'morrr's ting, t n-iee at.fie Maedson-ylald ewa other overhead which es Into ns, plus the city of in jail. official guest, returning to R in
E5 wa 14 4Iwn t mItanaNoswere m wm -year ws the operation and man d.or In addition, the 25-year-old Jose on Nov. 4.
S eeptc.It wiee as a $10,000c -a-yked of the bat Panamanian was also fined $20. Panama ,ls understood to own
g ie loseB n up ai~y p" and- .** d-A' t ru~e les-Bo C. Ba alcher The chicken, which was under-'Ovcess rai left over
I O Lodg 14 AFGSE ^1-"'aerto ArmuelesBoss l her neath building 302 In Gamboa, tain sections of the Chlrigtt
pm da When ha th father of Ld 4 'e "sro-c nola-Pu rto was worth $1.50. Railroad were abandoned.
StiwMerd'toh a gain two" children, went to th.e Meets Tomorrow e a u oDavd-Panama.te ItI s eru ano a
i 4nteom Mem Stog et' his automineets To rro e s ur ghP
Winn 1;tr da o ner aty urdays. y-
Ag a ftsae oh amshemd oum o The reguar monthly meeting A Canal Zone schoolteacher
Ow tof Pacific de 14,, A Iern These points, together with &Cwho nl oes choolte
ter ta ma tI want to talk to you," Federati n of- m at Colon, are presently a e r v successfully pursued a thief
onOf L hdrand herno- ployes will be held tomorrow at Mondays, Wednesday, and Frl- who snatched her purse yester-
o .b- wits ~ ie toW hi tting s ro the Balboa Clubhcuse a k,:30 days by Copa. day was feeling the after-effects
sait.* Tehermnowit. ,h oThe Atntle side bra -wIil Thus the two airlines betweenexpected chase today.
rthe Cristobal Elks Club. to the Interior towns.
telephoned police and The main topic on the B a Effective July I Avispa plan grade school teacher was walking
LII t t elbtri atwill be the latest differential also to fly twice weekly to San along Tivoli Avenue yesterday
ice ad uted U developments with relia d to Jose, Costa Rica, via Davei-afternoon when a Panamanian
's supo were Cplete- employ legislation. and Puerto Armuelles. boy snatched the handbag she
wt WTI. v .v buers- .ly uneounds was holding undeder her arm and
spokefornalrare-aiaen nTo se made off down Rochet Street.ws
a g l rtopT 'm Miss Witherswentlafterl him.
Of Traffv w At miliaryBases yelling "Help, Police," as she ran.,
b se and followed her down the un-y
WASHINOMN, June 1s so ) dent of the National Retam n t- even streets, all yelling police
-The natWtn's liquorr 4le. rshquor Package tores Assoclateon. and crying instructions to the
Complained to Cond g esa y h- The subcommittee, headed by scholt wn
WWTOX, JUN1 UP) that talmedt ll military b are Rep. Cecil M. Harden (r-Ind.) Is eal er.
T auteo arnrying on an "Illegal trae" In Investlgting complaints lof gov- For several blocks the pursued *
Ma em =t IM glu ed packaged iquor at wholesale neprnment competition with pri-,
a new oide-er 'with prices. tvete business. Josephs said he and the pursuer dodged in and
She Na1tional ams -poke for 44,00 retalmrs in de- out of buildings, up stairways
WIe F dorMe hrove bem wnktU at a pmlatary l bquor ales. ail es ht the thief on a balcony t .
tt4h iet w 1901 law pryhibing liue r e The Defense Dei .artment ayt- he namedcul d f n o be
ate mlill paramalm aad. their from h U.. Chamber f s orn-1et over the balcony and thebin
aha u e hpse raut' dp at tatm e t crl amee~ uor ew-a m with plw oontents were trewna on the Cnde"oa


rpin t e robuabkries, aites- abaticsn charges against the .


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AN AMERICAN EMPLOYEE OF THE CANAL
HAS SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT FLAG DAY
Balboa, Canal Zone.
Sir:
This is the day upon which all loyal United States citizens
give pause to render homage to the emblem of their nation the
Stars and Stripes. In the light of recent events and as a descend-
ant of men who fought to make that nation a possibility, I have
re-read the Declaration of Independence and am again impressed
by that part of the second paragraph which states, ...that they
are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights,
that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."
Bearing in mind the comment that the Canal Zoners have
"had it too easy" which brilliant remark, you will recall, was
passed by a member of a governing body which has seen fit to
make life a little more "easy" for themselves by raising their in-
dividual salaries $10,000 per year 'I am incited to philosophize
that we have traveled a long road in the opposite direction from
the original theory of Democracy.
Apparently the members of the House of Representatives
consider themselves constitutionally equipped to establish stand-
hrds by which all United States citizens shall be governed when
determining what form of personal life, liberty and happiness
they choose to pursue. Things have come to a sad pass if, in
following a certain pattern or standard of living, I am to be al-
lowed to dictate that it is not the pattern you should be allowed
to pursue.
One wonders what reaction would ensue if, after being enter-
tained royally in the home of one of the esteemed members of the
House, the guest reciprocated by criticizing that hospitality as
unduly lavish and extravagant to all and sundry. And yet that is
exactly what the appreciative members of the House have done.
They have enjoyed free trips to the Isthmus often with their
families. While here they were entertained lavishly by the "high
brass." Undoubtedly the homes of the "high brass" are sumptu-
ously equipped I have only been inside one or two, not being
one of the select and chosen few who have open sesame in such
circles. However, I assume that the "high brass" are quite able
financially to live in a style to which I would like to become ac-
customed.
But my envy is decidedly dormant and most certainly does
not include begrudging them the privilege of living well while
they may. It would seem, however, that the members of the
House do not feel that way, and they have returned from their
sojourns in "Paradise" (apologies to "Time") with the impression
that we have things "too easy" on the Zone. In short, Brother,
'ou and I, on our $2.68 and $2.72 an hour, are spending entirely
0oo damned much on caviar, champagne, orchids, Minton, ster-
ling and Cadillacs, and the House of Representatives opines that
It is jolly well time that we cut it out but now!
Since when, may I inquire, has it ceased to be the privilege
of the United States citizen to live in as much comfort as he sees
fit to enjoy? And *hen did it cease to be his privilege bo raise
his children 1p the acceptance of such standards? Bit by bitId
h W ctob e aci1mo thewiviletes of the original 1desaocrc
theory of life. If we have reached a point where our Amerl
standard of living is to be tossed into the hat with everything
else and we must begin cinching the belt to provide the deficit
caused by governmental waste, we might as well make a thorough
jol of It, cross the pond and become citizens of the home of our
fee fathers.
,,,, It is quite true that my neighbor owns a Cadillac while I con-
ftnue to drive my dilapidated and reluctant jallopy. He may have
cash for the Cadillac and have several thousands in the
k and on the other hand he may owe the Credit Associa-
tn for his down payment on the car and be worrying about how
going to meet his insurance premiums. Personally, I am not
nerested in his finances nor his pattern of living just as long
as he accords me the same courtesy. My wife is not concerned
because she can not afford the course dinners or tea parties that
our neighbor throws now and then, and I am not chagrined when
I eat my stew with Rogers plate, knowing that my next-door bud-
dy Is eating his with Wallace sterling. If he feels he can afford
the sterling and I feel I can only afford plate, that is our indivi-
dual and private concern and certainly no concern of the House
Of Representatives.


I thought Russia was the only place left on this earth where
the governing body determined toe life-pattern of the individual
- whether or not he can own a Car and what make, where he is
to live and what rent he ia to pay, what standard of daily per-
sonal life he is to follow, etc., etc.. ad infinitum. But I find I have
made a heinous error the House of Representatives has au-
thorized itself to tell you and me, Buddy, how we are supposed to
live. And it is going to be damned certain that you and I do notI
live in a style beyond what its members deem fitting for those in
the wage-earner classification. To be doubly certain that you
don't overstep yourself, the House proposes to make it financially
tpoeimble for you to do otherwise by removing the incentive
toremain in this as-yet-half-civilized backwoods.
So, this being the day when every self-respecting United
statess citizen should give pause to recall that those "certain un-
dlenable rights" were fought and bled for, I shall assert myself
*y making out my resignation, to return to a country where I can
Ive as I please and do as I please. When I think my landlord is
chargingg more rent than the house warrants, I can find another
fair or his pay not satisfactory, I can pack up and leave him -
nd he wont require me to sign a paper saying that I will not
trike, no matter how unfair he chooses to become. In short, I'm
i back to being a United States citizen in actuality instead of
eoreticallu ,
Toodle-se!

Lr ECONOMY HITS INSECT CONTROL

Whoever controls the man that controls the man that con-
3kls the sInlag of the DD.T. In the Canal Zone, hear yel
TUe isw matotI d -1W loets. the writr sto
am thate goma eat is ea a budget 0s yr Me
to be at a ml.m1B, the 4oem t seeu to the
in t his ase Com m e i the ye a U m t Wt
e taken their tan to t Ve a wIt be a f gogPsw-

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Labor .News

And

Comment

By Victor Riesel

Some penny pinching new-
comer to Washington has fig-
ured it all out Just how to
save a million and a half dol-
lars In the wrong place and
at the worst time inside the
Treasury Department. Slashing
that million and a half will
open some of the nation's
dreamiest little hamlets to a
multi-billion-dollar racket syn,
dicate.
That million and a half will
be saved in these days of lost
billions by slashing some 340
jobs from our border patrols
and waterfront custom guard
squads. And it comes just as the
combined racket squads of tht
FBI and the Treasury Depart-
ment are turning the heat on
the politically sweating Port of
New York.
For months now the big-time
mobs and the 4ll-powerful Ma-
ila, which have used New York
Harbor and its longshoremen in
a still un-exposed narcotics
racket, have been looking for
safer and cooler spots in which
to operate the one racket which
is the case of all major crime-
dope smuggling.
Well, soon enough many 4
peaceful community in buco-
ic New Hampshire, Pacific
villages in California and
sleepy Mexican Gulf towns
will note well-dressed DPs-
displaced punks speeding
through their quiet streets in
the big black cars the mobs
love. Why?
No man could give a more
dramatic picture of these ma-
cabre things to come than Fed-,
eral Narcotics Bureau chief Har-
ry Anslinger did in a letter- he.
wrote recently to Congressman
Yorty protesting the "incom-
prehensible" cut in the Customs
Service staff:
"A good deal of enforcement
work depends on experienced
and informed planning, because
complete and airtight control is
impossible under any conceiv-
able conditions," Anslinger
wrote.
"If you have been around a
busy pier in New York City, and
have seen the number of people
of all sorts, the number of
trucks, and the number of
packages of merchandise which
come and go, you will under-
stand what I mean," he con-
tinued.
"No conceivable force of of-
ficers could possibly examine
them all and to attempt to do
so would completely paralyze
trade. Yet any one person, truck
or package could be the means
of smuggling in a major ship-
ment of narcotics," Anslinger
added.
SThan tra ger realed the
nut 1ellywl6,lnfi Impact of the
real basis for waterfront crime.


"A single ounce of morphine
represents about 1,750 medical
doses, and heroin is six to
eight times as strong," he ex-
plained, showing why a pound
of pure smuggled heroin can
bring as much as $500,000 to
the mobs.
"Multiply this one pier scene
by a thousand and you have a
mental picture of all our ports
throughout the country. Mul-
tiply that again by a thousand
and you have a picture of our
boundaries outside the ports-
2,500 miles on the Atlantic
Ocean and Gulf of Mexico, 2,000
miles on the Mexican border, 1,-
500 miles on the Pacific Ocean
and 3,000 miles on the Canadian
border a total of some 9,000(
miles. without allowing for ir-
regularities of coastline, consist-
ing of oceans, rivers, lakes,
deserts, mountains and forests.
'In Vermont alone, which has
eight border custom-houses,
there are some 138 roads cross-
ing the Border."
That's where the mobs are
going. Out where it's sparse.
In Sardf's the other night, for
example, actor William Holden
revealed that officials had
told him the mobs were using
the Death Valley entrance to
California as part of a smug-
gling route. The mobs are
fanning out. They'll take any
heat rather than the con-
centrated ftre in New York.
And as It did in New York,
along with the narcotics trade,
there will develop the labor
rackets, the pilferage, the cor-
ruption which has made the
's Longshoremen's outfits
what they are.
Already there is evidence of
the crime Thing crawling in
other ports. Just watch ew
Orleans. Ben. Tobey's Sub-Com-
mittee has just sErved subpoenas
on the toughs In that port. Pub-
lic hearings will start there
shortly. There are scores of
other ports where the mobs have
their riends Weparing new
"I ot to subitute


Drew Pearson Says: Underpjid co'em sky away
From bill to raise" & 'rW salries;:t- ." cr'tevolt
front career diploniats'Over "MtC ethy ";-S y.
S-4 tory o0 interior McKay's-.gheit*k r get him
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WABl NGTON.-C6hgressmen are. shyingi away trom t MM
B E i/ a rattlesnake, but one of the most Important bills on Capitol 1
is the McCarran proposal to raisthe salaries of Judgs.n a .
tors aA s awaen ves.
SReson for Cogressilonal skittIshness h n fear svoters.rltr .
c Is when ngr en! vote t9 raise their own rtear
H y o we^er, the, Lat i that eonleudrmesan Aid ei are um''
the lowest paid of all government servant d an 4 th 1ou1d
who has been a critl c of Congrea on asomeIuai Would V to
staL .+IIte jal. 14vsee~ that-~ t~a there will be. no SrCI From i te.

r On d .edotraty, there wilt be erwlcle fIf It is not passed.
/ Today federal JudeT! arerpaid oln a l*wer scale than mas
? state judges. New York, for instance, pays Ita Supreme Court
~.judges $25,000 while a UY.. District Court j4tdgo Who has compa-
rabje rank, gets only $12,600,
Meanwhie., a congressman, who-also makes $12,500. h -4r
Somnes, one In Washinon and one nhis own dtr

h5aveto goinboek polic l to thebigeiampalgn contrib or
S\Either is a bad system. The only alternative Is a living SaaI%
fo n judges and me faes of Congresous tate
.DULLES' DIUEXMA
-. +Johnt Fasterho threaten to Qnit i subetwted beto urthe w


Itg by iom dges forme r assistant .Scott McLeodr nmoae toQ
.partmet see ity c t officer.



ould be a good dea to curry favor wit rltes, o. chB
SS enate ings. ApprSo he hins Commred Bridges' assist put
RA Wbn ImRCeddtely 1ull ran trub ov th w ambasaa
S. the oth Me o hand he faces beestlesuspectedofs or m
SenatorMcCawh threaten tr Dulles. has launched to ich
terror that seun ermanyffi German servant hav even
9 py oWen Dutheir American employers, U..f stmata. therri
wcau g sou e a Germans who urry favortched th rise o a, m to
e-rm u SonT.renCe *enate ptthe Unitng o he hired SBrs astat, pu
The y remember that the man who purged more Com
.-.m.a C onIrat .e and sectrity r ullsk th an anyone else in troy Was Adolf
SPeter Eds .uo l or ar uhisen, what a delegate first refused rtan
y diplomts, at oie theMc Republicans, hae threatened of o g mt W
signatlr os unley ecreta ry Dulles changes MuncLeod's tauch
terror that hn ermased secretaryof servate, torn between even
WASHINGTON QEA) In preparation for ed In the "Foreign Affairs" quarterly, as a study ended tWheiut and the probiempl of getting U. budiloat the
the Bermuda conference of Amerncarl British by a "Mr. X" For convenience it was tagged as tor Bridges, has pat ount showdown uhh after bid a ppraorm
an French heads ofstate; a critical new look is outlining a policy of containment towards ex- tns have passed the senate. e more o
being taken at allied foreign polices t relates pandng world communism. It was not a of FRANK th CA a BIe else t AdMEMBER
to -world communism and the Soviet tion.. cial U. S. foreign policy statement. Secret of the i Intrtor Dougla tn of M may notit on-of
The mai question of a Big Three.conference -When, however, Mr. X was Identified as Ken- the smartest men in the world but. crts he isne omf
seems to be whether it will lead, to a Big Four nan, and when he was later mad head of the frankest- Indicated by hIa recent n y regardin
conference, with Russia as the fourth hand for policy-planning staff -created by Secretary of Tariff Commiseon.
the bridge table. And the big question about an- tate Georegn Affaarshall quthe artde spread that co- Ever since established In 191 the Tariff on
other Big Four conference is whether it would do tainment was the offor coal forven ign policy of the been bipartisan, with three Dmocrats and three R lcan
and French heads ofState, a critical new look is outlining a policy of "containment" towards ex tp eth





any goo. Truman adiistrato missioners.But, testifying farotthe Reciproca',.rade Agre.-
One conclusion seems fairly easy. A Big Threour It has since been critled asa "do-nothing" medntA, the secretary wof the Iterior was asked by Coi n iet
conference of the kind held a Yato a igPots- policyur nan, which It was never la intended to be. It manner ndicater d by democrat ofreenPittsburghPatimony r d
dam even, with three of the four principal theory was accurately put Into practice by fthe "Mr. See lary, on. page 9 o your rad a,
the bridge table. And the big question about an- state George Marshall, the idea spread that co- Ever .Sce etablsahed i 1916, the Tariff Comisn



characters changed--seems to offer no greater Truman doctrine with respect to Greece and a
promise of solid accomplishments. Turkey. id continue t)ha l t
The .principal reason is that after any such It-was further implemented by the Marshall e to. U
conference,. there must be a communique. This Plan, and bW the Nqrth Atlantic paeq Tohe North W hie may result in mo nation o
would have to be written in broad principles and Atlantic, pact was primarily a political alliance., ot .'
general terms because no four men. can keet In But-when the accent placed on military pre- aarah
their heads all the complexities of world strains paredness, iathe tlpho economic preparer o n of the ariff om. lss:on.,bM
and conflicts. P'4 ness, -lopa'np ungea,,,. .
It would be impossible to icomeiUwl e At the teasof e nge cor o iefgt fl ogglQPgy ge
right answer on every question. It would be. too war broke o re n the TB V tt 'new o s '
much to expect that world peace could be wrap- was probably to the effect tht with Rusia dmit I do ot know, I thought
ped up at one short parley in a fool-proof pag- was Inevltale.- The ye7r I -h now come and ha-t r nation I had. It ougpt Ithat
age. gone. The year of maximt danger is being
Easy answers to complex problems.always lead shifted to 1955 or 1956. Or uIayb later. b. at pect?"
to different Interpretations. The varying inter-. The. result-is that Communist propaganda has on of It I did not write thi
pretations of the Yalta and Potsdam agreements, been able to capitalize on two Ideas, First-The r. well know. Has it not changer,
for instance, are responsible for most of the Unlted Statwe has been crylgr "wolf," Second- er, his ghost-writer-mixed up
world misunderstandings of today. the Uzit eudn tte* Ii s intent on waging war against 'would a.point a seventh .amsm
Soviet Riuslt. giving .Rublicans the c
From this it might be concluded that a Big Some ace along the line the essentially de- irahr, the man Wh '
Four conference would.offer some. prompt it it fen sive Vnd ae ual:objectives of. the United t- orS sont Bille, thouWgho
attempted to reach no agreement and solved States have been lost eight of; Certainly they'
nothing. Thus it would be limited to exploratory have been distorted In Soviet Russia. Equall cer- '
talks. tai,.th hareaiot clear-to many allies ini urope is so anzioua t sell y
It would, of course, be more useful if all the and eveh to some Amnerleans. he invited pentagon ne-sa
problems oflOermany, Austria, Korea, SoutheaSt Political candidates during the last eanipaine d them ful of backgtpuin p
Asia and other trouble spots were worked out m made a point- of re*iung' coattinment because
advance by dets4led diplomatic negotiations- The it wasn't aggressive eouh ..afor an eatrh o 8 iet
Big Four would only havd to put on the finish- Since inauguration, bre haveben ,statmemory, i
ing toueties. nments by men like Senator Taft of Ohblo ona o br- smen fin aked to see th t misaterits
But' how to solve all the problems of these getting the United Nations and going it alone in Was later slly to. them by preis mfflooReq
areas of conflict? T h e world has been working at Korea, and by Senator Knowland of Ca.,* a1ds latrps to ite foi t
that since the end Of the war, with scant .reasult. on deeliring Russia an aggressor and blI ing rt h A not to q.ote from t and ab
In I94M. Secretary -of. the Navy James Forrestal the China copst. These statements have .been ed out that the A irponent was prepared" -or a
asked a yon gcrter- miist er in the u.e.e. For- repudiated by President Eisenhower hhimaelf. thicker, Wi elford. i m entill, who preparelso rhad J Lob of Lasti i
eign Service-ntomake a study .of the subject. He One thing the+ Bermuda conference might ocer, Wilord.eNeilm, who also had_ t joe of j
was George F. Kennan hen aState .epartment- clarify for frind and foe like Iswhat .the poll- retary of defense Jo d M eo
staff dictor lt the ?4arwar C e.e cy of the fMe world leaders in with rtect totu
The Kennan paper was subsequently public world communism. Then go on from the-r. f t at
S- -dou" on - -


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WASHINGTON, Juneo 16U -Haery .4dW,
wWu lelnewed of a' prison umetW oaWd restod to
iemshb' by the 4upeme COupM, a mgor def Com
maM4i front ctiitle as Ioftl M.sa r nam. H is 51
Iam olf and boss of the West o-ost longshorem a's
uiiod. .
Ygterday'/iSupinra Court decion was baso n
technikalities relating largely to this question: Did tme
Stuifiof f Limttions outlaw the perjury charges"o o
which lower qurts found Bridges guilty?
o The Statute f of LimitatiMe prevailed and te. Con-
inm ist Jarty, thereby triumphed in a contest which be-
am Mid-way in' Franklin D. Roosevelt's second term.
Marsph X 1igg the Labor court then ordered Judge arria
SIssued an order for to restore citizenship to idgses.
arrest and' deportation Justice Department sources
a he was n alien said, however, that the high
n court's decision does not preclude
-t a~m~munWt Pa~r backedd the department fr mw-eek. to
S -1 in legal maneuvers until strip Bridges of. his p
I order was carried to the Su- through new denaturlion
Court in 145 and can- roeed .
led. Australn-born ridgesR eplad that denatur-
Sieo o n l the aspmar ourt aWa oi siRt 1ain -such mions
a WPM time yesterday when are not9i2 by'anyt'BVt`-
M jultlbes refused to hold ute of mao. The depart-
tm to4ccount for concealing ment was not ready to say
in the Communist whether it will moe to denatur-
-he became a United alime Bridges.
SJustioet Harold H. Burton wrote
Attorney generalthe 4 to 3 opinion thrw ut
d OffICIAlly taUgged the oomkvtlo& ."
=u on Ma. 7% decision also rever-d thb
n-- f the 1938 des .convitiosm of Brldg'V*.iwo-,
ot wr Yh was then defendants-J. R. obertiW fl
uIn l gty hearings. ternational vice president of th
swm i far~-reaching deal- I tbrmational L ongshotmen'
I .the court ruled to 1 that Uniol and Henry ft t, Its
Sowner cannot be sued former International repreasentas-
if break a tive.
z*inov aUll-wh1t" .am e.nan. Mi 'wrote
rBOd, The ruling bo- theourt'a opinion in t racial
ames, the lourt's 148 decision covenants cass brought by 'three
Sovenants." L .Angpea nroperty owners a-
c. wa convicted of per- m a laJackson, a neighbor,
l O0 ayn-d sentenced to in a "Feste area." _
n jail f)or deny in Mi aac JMksoh failed to dnclude
ip.paper that he the racial retricton m the deed
s e OgemDnunist. After his when she eld her property and
e .S. Judge George B. Negroes later took possession.
arIsf revoked Bridges' citlen' In effect, the court held that
hl. t etld not permit damage suits
SThe court did not o Into the in such cases In light of its 1948
guxen of whether Bridges had decision that state courts cannot
id.ts It ruled 4 to I on the be used to enforce racial ooven-
techmicl point that the Indict- ants. Anty other ruling, -it said,
m a_ have been dismissed would encourage use of the Wo-
a throe-year statute of enanto.
= d 'had run out when the A JusMtee Department apoes-
guwmaStat brouebt the perjury man s aid it could be ase med
a*thIligpay, 1949. that 'the ruling would apply toI
After t g this action, the ant-Bemltic agreements.


RUt MLLETT Sayss...

A Itubled wife wrote me this
Iitewter! A
"AWf three are ago



"I gave him the divorce and
vt backm to Wbrk. Now he
to m e UM he made a elatake
M Vaote to know It I Vil
I back fhe geis a
from his second wife. I
ow what W o. rve nev-
Sqlt lovaing him at I dn'tS
S wher to believe hN o
When he says he still loves me.
n has bee n poor health
r yew and I keep wonder-
it m jue M.
Mod ofat m. x second
Weba parenslyick and tir-
cd of b13 now that he Is in
Er health and an't take hep
SeeW te Mat do you

teO l h you are wel oflf
als mn ran out c his Msar-
ia to you d. l ready now
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,*TP MIDDLE Midshipmna
*G m. Carisle A. H. Trost, 23,
Secaltubia, l, is the Number
Ock ma(n in this year's graduat-
,-so.a at 0ht U. & Naval
Annaplis, biMd. Is
verae mMark of 93.15
isNi the honor.man title.


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McCcarhy .emands Firings

From US Staff In Germany


offevery eae
-. as I 8.



the- former ltriard IWlOeftu
president eased everl time
Sonaste b ttre te
Sea am ]ug "
mittee I support of & ,7
budget for thA h -ommissuo-
er's office next yea.
Conant defended the loyalty

in

rmann f ri


He said "no evidence that,
ve castsm any questions his
loyalty" while Kanm was with
th Oommnnissoerms ofSo.
I also said he hd no raamaa

as a "twi" of
"If you feel hould have
men Ulke Kaghan and Chiau i
don't thtn the ona aod
eyo, oie penny,"



ita fo yout, go to aete ion
keeping fto of iat e

McCarhy aId nt .l be
recalled to"l this 0e1 tort
quaetoning, as wam lngmia.
"We'ron om ing to W A Wl of
your men on public ehlbltion
because that's the omly way we
can, force youe to do erme spo
blancreer of elan
told Co nant.
fore tthe Ah 'ML a



budget lConant i proD-


' nT t ....aG brouht
CoAnnt aeed with the sen
ator tbht books ar Comanismta
"should not be on the shelves"
of U. & libraries. But he sug-
gested it would hahe been "much
letter" 1U they could have been
removed without the publicity
Mc hy created over the is-
He lso cbhlleacd a state-
mew t by McCarth that one of
te most eIsati subsidized"
" saneu ragr resaiving
=' *rI& ea directed by a



ci isfadlisfitc glnlsts.
Ceaua eped e asdled.
lm e to tdheu tat
two Comanlatsoin 1947. when It
as under control f the army.



EImtfs For Cz
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VIDnA, Austria, June 1.-
(UP) Prcidemt hntoh.aoL
toeky of COeMM"st
rain btained "provocations of
class -=a~l*6 today fr the
stores ad riots In which wort-
ers protu the drastic Red
But &dmt a the

"sacrifices."
"The recent currency reform
was an Important aste D oa. the
way toward and was
at the aam a vereow' 4e-
Paead broad-
cast the..
to make aa ea in conneetion
with tho earUT-V reorab. Za-
potoeky otied. "Boweer,
O one ean achieve oelallmn
without derlfles."


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The National Championship
ill be held sSt. during)
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h r.T. Paweek u usT. an
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The National Championship
will e held in St. Louis during
the fst week of August, and it
Isn't a bit too early to warn all of
the contestants: watch out for
the locarexpertat
One of the Missouri players
One the
who willhsIve to be shown by the
rqt of usa tad I CMarter. To-
I 's haMd shows Dave stealing
iambious contract from un-
dr. the noses of his opponents,
& fd If 4w don't watch out he'll
d6 tiat with soe of the Nation-
al Ch amnlaahips tbt August.
ct Oart of two no-
tump. Was eawetly found, but
Nolrths raise to three no-trump
was slightly ambitious. North
should ,haT held at least another
Jack for ths raise, and if he had
been able to supply this extra
Jack the contract would have
been made without great diffi-
culty.
West opened the five of clubs,
dummy played low, and East put
u the king. Dav Cater. play-
g the south hand, woh with the
ace of clubsand wondered where
alln tricks wer going to come
from. He could cunt four spades
and one trick in eah of the oth-
er suit, but from there on the
going got tough.
For lack of a better plan Car-
ter returned alow club, and West
won with th ten. East discarded
the five of heart, hoping to en-
courage a shift to hearts, but
West returned the deuce of clubs
instead.
'ummy won with the nine of
clubs and Eastr completed his
lgnal by discardlg the deuce of
hearts. Carter nert led a low
heart frof dummy, and East
played a 16w heart for fear that
South had all three o the miss-
ig cards i that suit.
South won with. the ki of
heart and read the situation
correctly. East's violent signal in
heart. indicated a probable six-
ard suit, so that West was now
out 9f hearts.
Carter continued by running
off his four spade tricks, and
then led the jack of clubs West
could take two club tricks, but
was next obliged to lead dia-
monds.
S'Carter had saved three dia-
moued in the dumny and three
n n a on hand. and carefully
refused to win Wqet's return of
the kg of force
continuation of a low diamond
then gave declare his eighth and


Plaizer Winner

Douglas Freeman

Dkes At Rchmond
*CMOND. Va., Jun I. -
(UPf Douglas Southal Free-
man, who immortalfed one of
the South's most beloved fig-
ures, died Saturday in the midst
of recreating the life of the na-
Umn's first great here.
The Pulltzer Prize winning
historian, author of a widely
raised biography on Gen. RIo-
bert Lee, head of the Con-
federate forces in the Civil War,
died at his hoes here from ao
heart attack. r
Freeman, who was 7. had1
completed five volumnes on the
lufe of George Washington and
lus wokig on a sith when
death came, only a few hours
after he finished his regular

Freeman won many honors,
Ineluding the PuUltar Prim for
his work on Lee, but he prefer-
red to call himself "this old
StrmO newspaperman."U
As editor of the Rtehmot
rews Leader for 34 years the



S wstaas arn wh at

Sinte M9o thed


Scandal Probers Want Words


With Supreme Court's Clark
o -


WASHINGTON, June 16 (UP)
- House scandal investigators
voted 3 to I yesterday to ask
Supreme Court Justice Tom C.
Clark to explain his handling of
tax and other cases while serv-
ing as attorney general from
1945 to 1949.
Chairman Kenneth B. Keating
(R-N. Y.) said his House judi-
ciary subcommittee decided at
a closed-door meeting to send
Clar kIa letter inviting him to
testify Thursday, Friday or next
Monday. The lone dissenting
vote was cast by Rep. Byron C.
Rogers (D-Colo.).
Keating said he has "no
doubt" Clark will accept.
Asked whether the former
Truman administration official
will be subpoenaed if he rejects
the initiation, Keating replied:
"That's a bridge we'll cross if
we have to."
The congressman said the let-
ter inviting Clark to appear was
delivered to the Supreme Court
justice personally.
Clark's office declined com-
ment.
While Supreme Court justices
have tesftied ,r i tr
Congress te W p -
als none has been subpoenaed
in recent times.

Super Constellation

Going Into Servke'


Keating land Rep. Patrick J.
Hillings (R-Calif. first propos-
ed that Clark be called after
the subcommittee last year in-
vestigated the 1946 Kansas City
vote fraud case and found Clark
"limited" the score of a prelim-
inary FBI investigation.
They renewed their demand
last week after former assistant
Atty. Gen. T. Lamar Caudle tes-
tif!ed about a tax case involving
Dr. Olaf A. Olson, Minneapolis
physician.
Caudle sald Olson got a $188,-
000 civil tax liability settled for
$35,000 after Sen. William Lahg-
er (R-N. D.) insisted that Clark
and former Deputy Atty. Gen.
Peyton Ford had approved the
arrangement.
Keating said at the time that
the case "had an odor about
it" and that Caudle had no
choice but to go along once
"these higher-ups had made
the deal."
Keating also recalled that
former Atty. Gen. James P. Mc-
Granery testified he had been
"by-payaWd" in some. Important
cases while serving as Clark's
E ut aISt aia4"-he AAmerala
walmnesfyl casa and the Kan-
sas City mai fraud case, among
others, were "handled out of
the normal manner."
Rogers told reporters he voted
against inviting Clark because
"I don't believe i has iany in-
formation we can't get else-
where."


BURBANK, Calif., June 18. r hla
(UP) The world's first turbo- Fig t
compound powered passenger
airliner, capable of cutting off
two hours from transatlantic MI I nI ATI'II
flying time, make its first com- IUt l
mercial flight this week. Lock-
heed Aircraft Corporation an- m
nounced today. m While You Sleep
Lockheed said the long-range It you suffer sha stabbing pain, if
airliner, the Super Constellation, Joints are swolen,' tshown your blood
has received government -Bp- May be poisoned through faulty kidney
.r.al qualf -in It for im- cidon. other symptoms of Kidney Die-
proval qUaluyng 1 orders are Burning. Itching Paesages.
mediate service, and will take Strong, Cloudy Urine, Getting Up
off from Lockhe d air terminal Nights, Backaches, Lumbago. Leg
gains, Nervousneas, Dizzlness, Head-
for Schlphol Airport. Amster- aches. Colds, Puffy Ankles, Circles un-
dam, Holland, this week. der Eyes. Lack of Energy, Appetite,
Th. npan hhas a maximum etc. Cystex fights these troubles by
The ptla nahsK max hel eping the Kidneys In S ways: 1. Helps
cruise speed of 335 mph and a clean out poisonous acids. 2. Combats
too speed of more than 370 mph. germas n the urinary system. a. Soothes
r an ca lms Irritated tissues. Get Cystes
Lockheed. Enid. from any druggist. Bee how quickly It
It is 20 pDer cent more power- puts you on the road to enjoying life
ful and 18 feet longer than ai
earlier Constellation models.


PA49

Americans Beet-fdM
But Not In Right W
CHICAGO (UP) A
expert says people in t
ed "States, the best-fed
in tl.? world are suffering
malnutrition, '
Dr. Charles Glen King ofat
triton Foundation, Inc.,
In the May lasup of e
Digest. said Deople do not
tain a balanced diet bl
food is so plentiful. He sal.
eat only what pleaEas theut.
Cocktails before meahi
produce an unbalanced
King said. He suggest
the person who drinks
eat such things as meat, M
toes and green soon after
ing the alcoholic beverage. .

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of Minneapolis, Min., isn't one to use words lightly. The people
who laughed when he said his rendition of "Chopsticks" would
"bring down the house" will have more respect for his musical
ability when he shows them this picture. Gary found the piano
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M4OLLYWOOD (NEA) Be-tmade by Patrice Munsel just as
= td the screens: Let other mov- the cameras started grinding on
=queens insist on perfect coif- "Melba" In London aimpst biot.:
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sen they're gasping for breath, backers.
the swamps or trudging Complications which endan-
i'ough desert sandstorms. gered the lives of both Patrice
Sjealistic Ann Sheridan is and her child after the first few
aty, disheveled and covered days of shooting shut down the
h grime in "Rage of the Jun-'film for 10 days-a big produc-
and defends her "let's-look- tion loss not covered by insur-
-part" stand with: ance.
S couldn't bear being one of The film duts on Broadway
Stose dolls who go through hades T fl d ar B
3th every strand of hair in souing oaurce pe has i y-
.ytace. Why try to look beautiful silu in g at ma'ae tce la o, y-
=,en the script says you look like Lgning tat mane d race Mooie a
the devil? The audience only grean sar and has a voice 1U
laughs. The trick is to strike a "mes bigger tnan Urace's '
balance, to retain a little glamor.PICTURE-TUBE NOTES
and still look beat-up. Katharine PICTURE-TUBE NOTES
Ilepburn did it perfectly in 'The HOLLYWOOD ON TV: Joan
Take it from Ann, she means i Davis' "I Married Joan" has been
boutliving i Mexico when she renewed for another year by
not working in Hollywood: General Electric to the tune of
llinnot home and rent-$1,2C0,000.... Vet movie director
I'm apartmllien in Hollywood and Irving Pichel will pilot a telefilm;
.A.Cit.i.ts not n motion- sei'es titled, "Stories You Never
Mexico Cityr. nt an e thCan Forget." .. Desi Arnaz's
at reaction from anything. The ivincharacter name in the MGM
S da f big hodmes and high livnmovie, "The Long, Long Trailer,'.
SHollywood is ver.was Jim Collins until he met
Note7rm.erry Lewis in Lon- script writers Frances Goodrich
Note rom Jerry Lewis in Lo- and Albert Hackett. Now it's To-
The weather here is the low- ny Carlos Collin!
est-humid one minute, raining Dinah Shore and Robert Cum-
et a cl t I've lick- Dinah Shore and Robert Cum-
next and cold the next.vc mings re the best-dressed stars
ed it by earn a Pa Bea in show business, according to
suit, long underwear and a rain- the California Fashion Creators.
coat." ... The "Saturday Night Revue,"
palet G a and.7 Cv H, o ,,ow- summer replacement for "Your
rd are no longer drawng ele- after all the wrinkles are ironed
ticity from the same circuit, bte s r
Pauictty from he same cdo his play, out. Tab George Gobel and Helen
SLon Live tily on Broadway Haplin for big-time comedy lau-
SMercedes McCamb ridge and rs ,
Fletcher Markle have weighed Ro Russell is "Miss Fort
Hollywood against New York and ,.. ,
have chosen the area with the Knox" to New York. Her "Won-
palm trees, tar pits and telefilmsI 00derfu uTown"fhit is averaging
....Orson Welles is shedding 50$11,000 profits every week....
pounds on orders of his doctors.. Jose Ferrer denies he's building
.MitziG aynor bo ught acres and a .vine-covered Hollywood man-
acres of Laos Vegas property sion as a future nest for Rose-
months back and now the good mary Clooney. "I can't afford to
ehs doubling in value, build a house," he shrugs. "I
e hk doubling in value, don't have the loot."
D-FASHIONED WIFE Robert Young, father of four
I Talkldn about a Hollvwoods- daughters-the oldest (20) heads
Snn,. Elliot Lawrence said: "He's the moe. "Father of the Brident to see
P finding: a new career in 3-D mov-
.j,. but his wife still left him and is telling it:
flat."


Don Taylor. who was snapped
right out of "Red Garters" and
replaced by Jack. Carson, is
owning over the tsk-tsking and
old toy" talk that he's
getting from the Hollywood ,ani s
crowd. NO moos
"But I knew I was ,wrong from It ~
the beginning ant 1 told te situ- _
dlo I'd smell up the picture" Don
told me. "It's never good to be re-!
plae-d in a picture at your own
studio, but I know this-my so-
journ at Paramount would have 2000 ..u
ended much earlier if I had done rtMS -
'Red Garters.'"
I't never been told. but the un- Mny rAm$ W Tltvll
ec,'ected date with the stork m Wh TIvu


Slim Fat Away
If ftt ruins your figure or makes T
you short of breath and endangers
.io:i: health, you will find It easp 7th AV.
to lom. a half pound a day with the NW
r.'w Hollywood metho't railed at 50th St.
]FO. .-'-;D No drast:- dien;ng or
e ,-..Ab 1vluy ,,afo..A Ats'our IN TIMIS SIlUARE iT RAIN CIt
cher .'t f'r FOPal ODE and start Cable Address: THETAFT
slUmming tomorrow.


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S.S. "MAJORKA" ................................June 20
S.S. "HEREDIA" .................................June 21
S.S. "CAPE CUMBERLAND" ................:.....June 26
S.S. "VINDEGGEN" ..............................July 4


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S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ................................June 30

Weekly sailings on Twelve-Passeager Ships to NMew York, New Orlesiu.
Mobile, Los Angeles. San Famcilo ad Seattl

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M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" .................July 8th
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M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons)
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
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TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
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1 Apu-e-- W W W A r A-a. -. i 4Cltyh -Ar (prex) Ct 5 2 A- I
TM3) 4" "aft* the their guesu are tot I Pen!ylvnia 3 Came in
66 "O A Eu Us tend. I Yugoslavian oncjnsre
river 4 City a the
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Dinner Dance Postponed (. New Jersey Plantpart I
G-i, ad th.lr The Grotto dinner dace- o Painful 4 Relabows 25 French Determine
ave been held at the an- 14 Was borne port 4 Aire
ftm^ ^. UilA^illehllgthfeature by bes Club In Colon tiday Befo prope sor esdth 4l firne
S .-. evening .__ been tam poral. ( (prefix) 9 Heavy cord 27 Solitude 42 topped
The Commtte i Dn' *ains
D..-ae' .. The Cmakgarrange- Is PoRms 10 Noting 28 Nostril 43 Demigod
S, ldly- -n~s I helda t a 20 yers 29 ttrctive 44 Level
S rmon Y, Ju.ne 2, at the Aiy- 21 Weight I Cat*., 31 eirder i Wander
4 ".14 Emdif:t dance for mem ,S0 ll,, M1 -ed 33- Flow. 47,Sa eagle
D".-udley, whmo mar- Pedro Miguel Boat ab will Tae holding tickets are re- 22 Gaelic S Counsels navl base la 48 Art
S aturday ,v-j nested .to contact the eraon 24 Hgh crds 4 Hurt Scotland 54 Turf
Members a a reminded td rho mold the ockett for fTth- 2i Employt |
Bby pi, .or the 'b-t.S their membership cards o info rmatiet. 27 Incorporated i
t rer *ti1 tftuvat',?- 5. (ab.) , , , -
Ois- %ir f(Lovers Evenint 32 German city --
A.,w..a, W.4Firs Win, 34 Paid I
Sto The scond In the series o i a'ttenton-- -
Record Lover Evnin lcal be r L Ebony 35 Aco.
e w on to duty held at the USO-JWB Armed 3 nnish -
t, savaol A- Forces Service Center Wedne- tu 37 Russan _
eauas an ructor for tay 0t 8:00 p.m. Be n F y 3 TOwarde
sumMr months. The program will Include ,w hted elde
le Is the former Beethoven's "Concerto in D. 40 ul
S rig ameron, daught- Minor"; ballet -nUato IB 4 1ell .sort - -
Cr of Captain Thomas 8. Cam- "Red Shoes"; aal ".Le tow i ,
Sn, U.S. N., and Mrs. Cam- lud" by L- 42 Int tpce -
e of Naval Sttion Rodman, Milia e 45 Ma< i-
I d i. Dd Gua dia spubl. of P amd. the l 1 ad
S anal Zone are le to At-
-tuasmo d, a 3 Ouardia tedz. Itnisk nl
and rs. de la uardi re- 3 Harem rooms -
turned the isthmtus during Cotillion Club Meeting 54 Indivitualt
Sthe. 9we end frim England; The fourth meeting of the 55 Puts on .
Where he was a member,of the Cotillion Class directed by -6 H Greek district
anamanan Delegatien to the Liona Sears -aj; the Hotel El 67 Edward's
B COM0 .of Her Britanmna Pa"ama will be held Wedn- alckname -
Mai ". Queen lizsabeth rI, 4i e eninm 'under the PSton.
heM decent l ~n ..---. ag .T#z Mr. and Mr,
N ew deret ua Leave Jerome Stelner. B A A
Fe,. leadi -- St.is r aylr- and Larry Ble-L o Ar
Sge will be for the "blue CZ Pen Women Appear
tit tland Mal party nbght."
1r. nf- rl n 'National Magaazine
at .100 t. 11:00 .t a Activities of the Canal Zone ident of the Canal Zone Branch,

met rtly for tir month- Aeia W e Cu of American Pen Women are Zone and will soon be making
Silncheon meeotn o at the ,, feared in the May Issue: o her home In Tokyo., Jaan was
a n co-hostesea for the oc- hrve t een rOe1ted the Month," a regular feature
derift M to Panama recently following The Pen Woma pi a mopth- sketch about her activities was
M n a vacation of several months ly magazine published by the written by Ellzaeth Searle
Spent touring europe. national organization and dis- Lamb.
Smonth Inter AmricanWomen's Club 1tributed to ith mea r talnLage A copy of the May issue of
m,. ; oen.red At Albrook N. C o. Wve Slb loal brn nc thrl out he Pen Woman is now in the
wfo Iey p W-Notice e m ir t, Unid aorte Sa Ala riodicalsection of the P1n-
llf sL m. allett was hon- Members of th i Albro N. Hawaii eand the anal one. a anal Library.
ored la ca-workers of tle C. 0. Wives Club wiT P hold 1eir HMisw Mable ao Bhaaar ot C"Th am
iofur Division on the oc- blmonthly business' meeting .s tlu, Mahb editor of "The .
1e retirement from on Thday a 73 p in Sthern Cross" (monthly bul-
the V-oant aone Gafrt Boom of the N.C.h. leti ob eth pale zote Branch ),f |
fsn aere Mrs.&.me iber o. hee
Ae, "laVem of onm e -
ecutive Btof the ed this May ot
m t. Woman's wle be Mi on Cotetant a a n articles bin a a
A. e l i 12:30 p.m. oh Jwune 24 ember rs of thiC aat n.
splnt e Library of t .-.Jewish Plrat el M Mable B. f"
.- lar. e .b.t ., Noaee the e-pentenh of
No tie M local Bon a l5 Peark-5 women workaig ti n-
AL The Berean Bible Cq wil ^ Yn treave assoeaatlo& with
Sat meet ~ rntay 1: p.m. In taklpart cnted wsemen ot many other
M. 'the Caurandti Chapel. Those n- The contest, which .arrirs a natlonalltes. These speciall
terested In wible Btudy are first prie of $20, a ecnd prize members," Including Diana
B3Ig TmWw Itight cordially invited to attend, of 15 and a third a $sioO of- Chiari de Gruber, Illuabeth
ro w vli be plave h Wed nes- -e- feared by Camel i garettes will Feinland, Hortensia AlfarD de
t 500 p.m. at the b f.C.O. M fmionary Bo lety Meeting feature a number of additional Aleman ean Haey, Anny Krl n
C at Fort Clayton under the The Women's Mission a r y attracutons, suh as shows Manuelita .4. Ia Guardia1 Mer-
mowheo the C. O.Socl R o legtto a ct Alg re Smith. Oerry Hh
prItfl.tba are avai l s at hmet lg is aturw 0 rie and by Virina
ab pae n yo an. to the h at Par a .vlr, e

Ye "yAlpha Chaetnonibg ee., "5Szaey Markun' entitled 'Our Lit-
e rtle Galley: Canal Zonfte ranch
meeting of B Ca ZOne ad polt leader rve Center" Ar the spot-
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'eta will atteHdi a barbecue Pawil .lfl.a y,"dSMamesae hto' MarCsin I. t M
a ppber Sunday at the Mira-.n Particp:ta wl" be Loth every Gmaln who ombtleal
Jur. .hetl' Jeh 2 M2 Spanish atd Englhah-sCpC4akin creative acsthlty n one of to e
at &Carles P. Morg ebony or mesttzo girls of good art fleand .lo a cireer as wife,
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By Junta Fumnha I
Visiting Jamaican girls soft-/, i
ball players were entertained
at a party hekl Sunday night
In San Francisco de la Caleta
by the Junta Femenina de Be-
neficencia (Ladles Wel fare r
Group).
The party, held at the home
of the group's adviser Cecil
Warner, was attended by a
large number of guests who wit-
nessed two cake-cutting con-
tests between two local males
and two of the visitors.
Both of the cakes mutilated
byv the contestants and later .
eaten by the guests were de-
eorated with the. inscription STORY-BOOK WEDDJNG Socialite Sara Delano
Welcome to Panama. granddaughter of the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt,
The party ended shortly af- Anthony di Bonaventura, a barber's son. pose with their'
e he pavy ho er on the steps of a New York church after their wedding..
er the visitors, who were in- *guests were invited to the ceremony, but hundreds of spC
dividually introduced to the lined nearby sidewalks for a glimpse of the bridal couple.
guests, returned to Colon where hind the couple are left to right) Mrs. John Hay Whitney,
they are lodging during their mother: Mr. and Mrs. di Bonaventura, parents of the bridro ,
stay In Panama. and multi-millionaire sportsman John Hay Whitney, thebrBa i
tay in Panama stepfather.


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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Household Automobiles Do .. a *v*e e *0 a ****l a .-.l
FOR SALE:-Beautiful genuine Chi-'! FOR SALE: Dodge Stake Body o 201 C. 2.
nese Dragon Rug, in perfect con-' Truck, one ton. Perfect condition,
dition, 8 x 10, a bargain, two ioni new tires. Tel. 2-4902. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic
S- -Central Avenue, K Street corner,
flower pot stands, mahogany center FOR SALE: 1948 Plymouth Club Telephcne 2-3479, Panama,
table, minor top. Pictures 37th. Coupe, A-I condition inside-out. ..
St No. 7, upstairs. Tel. 3-1025. See at house 51-H Coco Solito. RESTAURANT CONCESSION
Bids will be received in the office of
FOR SALE:--9 cu. ft. Serve gas re- FOR SALE: 1950 uick 4-door the manager, Curundu Post Restou-
frigerator for city or bottled gas. Sedan Super, excellent condition. rant and soda fountain concession,
Good condition, $t25.00. Call Al- Fully equipped. May be financed. Bids will be received until 1300, July
brook 86-3286. _ Coco Solito 43-F. 51h. 1953. Address bids to Restaurant
EARGAIN. -25 cycle Westinghouse, CASH CASH CASH Officer, Curuhdu Post Restaurant.
Refrigerator. All porcelain $40.00, YES, we pay C A S H on the spot AMERICAN HOUSEWIVES secure
Buiding 71 2. apartment E, Loco-, for GOOD CLEAN USED CARS. For best maids registered, identifi-
no. S/Sgt. Blair. __:a quick DEAL, bring your car in and caion, references, health certificate
FOR SALE -Piano, upright, excellent walk out with CASH. -flom "CIP SERVIC(S" 2nd floor
con,dt,en. Servel 9 ft. refrigerator, A U T O S E I S E N MA N Bella Vista Theatre, phonq 3-0881.
wil operate 25 or 60 cycle, ex- Next to COCA COLA PLANT, Pan. Panama.
cellent condition, Underwood type- amna Tel. 2-2616 or 2-4966, Pan- -. __ -PIANOS
rter. Steel furniture as follows mediate delivery ne 3 St- For perfect tuning cell L. F. Garcia,
sideboard, desk. 2 dining tablesI Immediate delivery new 1953Stude- the most expert technician on the
cofolite top, chiffonier, and misc. baker Commander V-8 Hardtop Isthmus. Receive orders from any part
,r.ms. New Bendix washing ma- WSW, automatic tran-mision, of Canal Zone., Phones 3-0672 -
chine. 60 cycle IHouse 09C6 direct delivery price. Call G. R. 3-4947.
Amodor Rood, telephone, Balboa Lee 2-0825 or-3-4339.
147SI O1952 Ford Victoria, AI SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA.
-- -- 1 OCR SALE:-1952 Ford Victoria, Al- PANAMA-MEXICO one way $85
p.... bi adIvrFd M- PANAMA-MEXICO onedway$85T
FOR SALE:-Ccldspot refrigerator, 9 p ne blue and Ivory, Ford-O-Ma- round' trip $135 (15 day limit)
cu. ft. 2"5 cycle,$70.0 0. Excellent tic-Radio. Will accept trade. Best, $165, good one year; to LOS
bargoin, Balboa 2-6314. offer- ---. ANGELES one way, $159.25 round
......F- FOR SALE: 1949 Plymouth con-I trip $268.64 19Q day limit). Pan-
COR SALE: -Bendix automatic wash- vertible, new top, radio and heater. amo Dispatch Service 36 Avenida
OR ruLiber tu 0cylsexceent Coil Coco Solo -190. Nacional (Automobile Row). Tel,
er, rubber tub 60 cycles, excellent I .. -- Panama 2-1655.
conc.iton. 68-A, Coco Solito. FOR SALE:-1948 Tudor Chevrolet. _
.. -'" r I-- excellent condition. $700. Dr.1 Beautify your bust line with our pat-
SOR SALE eoutiful sewing mo esterman Balboa 2-614. I ented French bust enlarger, no
canine, cok dinette set, new radio
n c o dinettee setio ne9 I i 4 more falsie;. For free demonstra-
phonograph combinaton, vacuum FOR SALE:-1942 Cadillac 4 door tion in your home call 3-2217,
Scleaner, misc items. Tel. 3-5069. good tires, cheap. Coll 2-4124, I'Panama.
DR SALE :-7Office desk and chair .___ 5337-C P ablo. -- -n -- -__
$25.00; metal bureau w th mirro FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth will ', Canal Zone Council 801 Boy
$8.00C; kitchen table (enamel sell cheap or trade for 1951 con- Scouts of America, offers for sole
top) $7.00; metal che t of doaw- vertible Ford. Call Amason, Bol- to the highest bidder the structure
ers, $6.00; double bec, metal, booa 2333. listed below. Sealed bids, subject
with inrpring mattress 25.00; Two days any. Car goes onboat to the conditions contained herein,
sturdy mahogany gameir .ble. wt Friday. First $1;000.00 takes 1951 will be received in the office of the
matching rm chair, $20CO me- Studbaker 4 door sedan. Tel. 2-! Scout Executive at Baoiboa until
tom venetian radino tal a$d bk -.. 3791,, 1465 Holden Street. 10:30 A. M., July 2, 195.3; and
combination radio table and book- then open in public.
case $10GO; fiber rug 8 x 10, OR AlE Item No. Description. Hods..e
$5.00. Encyclopedig t Americon FOR Llboot, consisting of a steel barge;
Educator) in 10 vol., with diction- Real Estate hull approximately 125. overall
ery $45 00; guns: S&W Chiefs 'i _length by 5' width and 4' draft,
special, 2" barrel. 5-shot. w40 FOR RENT OR FOR SALE:-Piece of carrying a two-deck" superstructure
holster, new condition, $40 .00 land of approximately 5,000 square of wpod and steel construction.
Winchester Hornet with scope meters located near the Abattoir, The hull has been punctured so
si' t. case, $45.00; bedroom set with two large buildings proper for that it will not float at high tides.
cc 'sting cf vanity with 36. xi factory or warehouse. Phone Pon- Furniture and fixtures, including
5. m padded soot, and oma 2-2930. electrical, water and plumbing sys-
& !e be,:,, on car eroFOhR A-y, $180H-in_ C teams from the point of shore con-
&00..1410-%, -Sit.,,(cOreereof FORSALE:.H:--pj .n nC S t"i"ill"e
Titrs and oad L WS1ei- olbdo. 3 breia ith "' tn^1" be included in the
.ggPhone Ldogui.li7 7' ,^ ,4.^ .Sea
m9. 1____ __ _hal ." ;;n't rouh"t alongsrie the a
1Mont 633 1 ..... .. "" "cn Si cout Docks "in D blo eight^. .
SALE:-9 cubic foot G. E. 2- furniture, misc. household items, Bids must be submitted in triplicatel
door refrigerator, excellent con- horse antd sddle. $50e00 2125i in sealed envelope addressed to the
" diticn, $50.00. Telephone Balboa Los Cumbres. Call Amoder. 2285 Canal Zon Council 801, Baoy
1 850.m. 4 p.m. Scouts of America, Box 188, Bal-
f. --... .---..C--. 8a. m..- p. m._ __" _ boo. Canal Zone. Attention of Col.
R SALE: Fully automatic 60 FOR SALE:-Three bedroom chalet. R. Selee. and marked "PROPOSAL
;,cycle Sears Kenmore washing mo- concrete, small down payment and FOR STRUCTURE, TO BE OPEN-
..ch'ne in good condition, $80.00. extensive easy payments. Tel- ED JULY 2, 1953, at 10:30 A.
": Telephone Balboa 2-4177. I phone 2-3479,. PonamI. M."
R SALE:-Refrigerator 25 Cycle 9 Bid forms and specifications may be
-,.cu. ft. Westinghouse all porcelain Fast A41tdvan.ein obtained at the Scout Office, Bal-
" $75. 3 pc. plastic livingroom set, S 9 r tUU f.iy boa Dispensary Building.
h,.with 2 mahogany and tables $50, (Continued from Page 1)
porce'oin top kitchen table with "lA Na l*Amulwte|
two chairs $7. 4 pc. mahogany tack yesterday and Sunday, I VI H lll pl II ,
bookcase, $12, baby crib with there was no fighting.
mattress, $10, youth bed, $5. Allied aircraft gave heavy YJl Air Od Hua
Phone 2-1094. Qtrs. 505-B, Coco- support to the fifth ROK units. v0Y a VII Vs ld ve
li. after 4 p. m. By 2:30 p.m. (1:30 a.m. EDT) al-. *r i *


Dresser, chair, kitchen tabl went out tn force ag thi. Motor .Oompany for contributing
enamel top, 2 chairs, 6 pc. wick- morning' They claimed today "so much to the position of the
r, quartermos'er couch, electric to have damaged or destroyed United States In the World,"
kitchen clock, electric mantle clock, 93 gun positions, 79 bunkers, President of the United State,;
S1446-A, Owen St.. Balboa, phone five road bridges and 50 vehi- of America, Dwight Eienhower,
SJ. Gilbert, 2-2154, after 4:30 p. cles. dedicated the company's new
Sm thr fResearch and Engineering Cen.
Other fighter bomDers hit ter, recently, by television be-
'OR SALE: Piono $175. Bamboo deep to cut a rail bridge be- fore an audience of nearly 800
sittingroom set, with red leather tween Sinanju and another management men and their
upholstery. Perfect condition. San bridge on the Chongchon river, wives attending the 50th An-
Pablo St. No. 771, apartment "A" The Red advance on the em- niversary Management Confer-
albo battled east-central front river. ence.
The Red advance on the ema- It was the first time in hi.. -
battled east-central front slow-tory that a President of the
SPosition Offered ed yesterday under the fire Of United States hap peered
.. ..NEE Dtwo .ats."w omeat overallrecor d-smashing 2,- over a closed circuit teoevison
VE NEED two sales women for At- sor .. .. program at a private business
lantic Side, with or. without ex- But estodaythe om uns gathering. The affair WMU 'din-
perience, to be trained as sterling call ed frs tolre Hillor cmeonts net party in the new engineer-
s silver Counselors. Must be neat and assaulted Capitol ll, only in styling rotunda In Dearborn.
possess nice personality. Work to be thrown back by ROK de- resident Eisenhower said in
part of full time, most have car. t -' part.
Write "Sterling." Box 3205, Pan- Beween three and four Ch It is y hapy privilege to
rnse divisions, up to 40,000 men. It youtmhsapy pivlev ge ,to.
am"-a.- still faced the ROK Fifth and tbe levithn to hring birn ay
Eighth divisions in the "Bulge television to bring b I t da
Help anted rea two miles deep in Allied Anniversary.., join with the
_Help Wanted territory north of the 38th par- thousands and thousands of
'ANTED: Cook, general house- a others in this country who real-
work; must have goodreferences, ly would like to be with you
Apply 1452-B, Balboa. I d" A this evening-to pay tribute to
S COU IV e W S the accomplishments for which
SC. Z. Girl Seout Board Meeting the Ford amily has bM r-
C. Z. gen t of r Metirponsible. Because you have done
The Board of Directors of tb t an u rin ono
evro t..Canal Zone .Gir cots i w thio a u rin a n







Plymouth..h..A. 2S.7 ELECROLUX mednno- .. ^ .
Ford. ......t. 26.75 THE CLEANEA O. u NEVE c you have heard and are hearinte
UHAVE TO EMPT about the ccomolahment o
a A L R VIC : potrd OTn Oer the Iag t 50 yea er-






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SALER SrRVICEyo ir r y atal ur-
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Carltqn Drug Store
10.065 Mel6ndu Ave.-Phone 3 Co0016

Propaganda, S. A.
"H" Street corner istudiante St.
Phones 2-2214 and 1-2798


RESORTS .
Gramlich Santo Cloru ueach-cot-
tages. Electric iceboxes, gas stoves,
moderate rates. Telephone 6-441
Gamboa; 4-567, Pedro Miguel.
Pbllie. Oceanside cottages,- Santa
Claro, Box 435, Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Williams' Santa Clara Beach cottages,j
2 bedrooms, refrigerator, Rockgos
ranges. Balboa 2-3050, except
week-ends.
FOR RENT


Houses
FOR RENT:-Smell house, suitable
for couple without children. Con-
sist of living-diningroom. bedroom,
small kitchen "F" street "El Con-
grejo." Telephone 3-4512, Sra,
Novorro,
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Two and four room furnished and
unfurnished qportments; private en-
cfbsed gardens. 8061, 10th Street.
New Cristqbcl. Telephone Colon
1386.
FOR RENT:-Furnished three beid-
room vacation quarters. July 3rd.
Oct. 3rd. Phone Gambea 6-382.
APARTMENT FOR RENT: Single
bedroom, completely furnished,
washing machine, radio, refriger-
otor, stove, etc. To persons or
family willing to buy everything.
For information call 2-3877 -
6:30 p. m. 9:00 p. m.
FOR RENT:-Furnished two bedroom
apartment, months of July dnd
August only, Neo 34, 44th streett
Apt. 2.
FOR RENT:_-Frnvished 'apartment,
screened and government inspect-
ed, phone 2-3065.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
suitable for two couples. Beautiful
residential ared. 43rd Street, No.
13. ________________

WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED-Competent woman, white,
seeks work with North American
-fomjly. Write Box 1084, Colon.
Colombian woman desires work with
Spanish speaking, North American
family, No. 10 Apt. 7, West 16th
Street.
WANTED: B, American couple,
Canal Zone vocation quarters. July
15 Oct. Balboa 2-4234.

FOR SALE
Miscellanepus
1 105 -,- YOU WIN!
BIG DOMI '48, fluid drive, beauti-
ful crednm olor, 28,000 miles.
Excellent condition. Many extras.
$8100.00 ~qh or 1-3 down, fi-
Snonce bulone.
Point wnay outfit worth $120.00!
Your prW $40.00.
Electric moWO", 25 cycle, 1-4 H.P.
and t H,. Moke offer.
Medico books l- make offer.
Metal book roses worth $30.00 each.
YoR price $10.00 each.
LYL! WOMACK
Phone 6-226
FOR SALE:--One upright piano, good
condition. Apply 14.109 Melen-
dez and 15th. St. corner, Colon.
FOR SALE:-Foldo-Rola baby strol-
ler with basket $12.00. 2-133.
FOR SALE:-Cubby hole desk $6.00,
work table, $5.00. Shelves, $2.00,
FOR SALI:--Now Vibrotors, ,Outputs,
condensers and etc. at bargain
prices, buy the lot at special re-
duced prices. Pedro Miguel 225,
phone 4-409.
FOR SAj:-At stud, AKC registered
B0X dog, fawn color. Call obbe
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FOR SALE:-1950 Plymouth Special
De Luxe, 17,000 miles, radio,
W-S-W, seat covers, underco-ted,
air vents, excellent throughout, $1,-
150. Compressor, 3-4 H.P. motor,
25 Cycle with tank, regulator,
spray gun, air hose, $75.00. 1526
,A. Gavilan Road. Tel. 2-1631.
FOR SALE: This is it! Sleek late
model green, 4 door Chevy Sedan,
one owner, delivered in Dec. 1950
under 18,00 miles; household
oods, plants Including a "New
scadlet flame violet," green Lot-
tk Fence. Phone '2-1830, ofter
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3:30-Music for Tuesday Cross 1 ".311.
4:Mo--Sunny Days W -Sn An. '
4:15--S0outh of the Border Was 1
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5:30-News 1 285 uuiiated cost
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7:30-Report from Am erica coat $60,000. .
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8:00-Metropolitan Auditions of Texas, floods My M: W59 fuamP
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*X. ,T Trade Bill With Minor Changes
I-l IS . . . .,
s b Norm Cs~lauan~, e1 PEngehe, Jeanne gren nd WASHINGTON, June 16 (UP) tablishment of the study com-
iu .. pThe House toda.appPov.d a zi.on..l Sen ate leaders have
fom Balboa.olMoves to knbk out the sec-
Amon the uests ram both M. C. R. Botts, Lt. andM es fom e as requested by Prea- lton inc the size of the
aids of hel a. 3 LJ. .d MrL. M Id"nt EiT senhowere. Tariff Commission failed on a


ia-t,--- J ^ rJ u ,o trclearrO ith M White House. o --
Mauiari nsal eamld~ M uI, Mrs. W. L. all. Onuig, at.d le nBL* + nnt t. +, The count was 183 Dmocati, Rep. Richard dM. 81Dfp on' (R-
sa a ta Ri M. W. L S ', sand .9 R licans an nn- sponsor of the legislation, SMILE M AFRICA-In-
. aspn o j ..t., i.* L. Ander. Ensi. and 1 .T e l a y- dependent for the bill t- 6Re- said it was needed ."to protect grid Rita Mills, 20, is the owner
omIn, a npdu n -" ,. Cane., Egn ad .ThMr.. d guest inledatedal Judahutlerd publicans and nlne mocrat the Americs .i working man an of an infectious smile that"
iltn, Mr alnd Mr '- 3. Mcein, sIgn r. 'n Patris aeTakt. Jdy uler, against it d his employers." helped her win the title, "Miss
au 1 parrla, M1. ~ l. BuerI t, n M ** i. 5. .e, M*'l DIt on, kab Democrats con cdd the sec- Democratic floor leader Sarr South Africa." She will be in
Sd arla 1..C t Souders, r- a R.8mt, r ause Ka e to increasing e size of the Rayburn of Texas replied that Long Beach, Calif., to compete
F Mor. 3. Perkins. the .. A. Whiting, En. 5and1A4 R* tle 'TomlBOtn, Karen Coate, El- Tariff ComU.k from six to member o1 his party "want to' in the Miss Universe Beauty
lu and Mrs Charles Whita- Mredith, ngand Mr-s. A l len C ute8 IGoulse ill er, Sha- seven members wottld take a- cooperate" with Mr. Elsenhow-I Pageant In additionto a trip
tar, Colonel an Mrs. J. L. MurW- Pe.ts., CWO annM s., A. a-|ron. Acker, of alboa and Diane way the w no .partisan charac- er, but object to sonfe of the to London for the Coronation,
U oI. Colmael and Mrs. Ahton bn, ADC ad s s. r. B. M Hiecey. ter" f the up which recom- criticism of previousadministra-i won $10,000 and
Mel and Mrs. r. Wr. ton, AL E n Mi. R. c. .- mends r a policies, osi tions. s chance at bemin Miss Universe.
Sdor, commander ad l A pink-and whit6 color scheme itepIiur i however,.,lnlsed e. Jere Cooer (D-Tenn.)
SThomon, omander i was used on the table and on the the extra wmber was needed called the comison increase wt"--
I er Hudgi, Comman- and M .M ancy cake. Mr. E. L. Payne. of to put an end to f-3 deadlocks. a "tariff pking provision"
asra. sA. L. M abbin., P fr_ ou elu. Col., H B alboa, assisted the hooteas. They readsconflrme rn emo- and Rep. nrank '3. Smith D- .o----- __ .
o ander andMrs. T. Per- Hl.B.M. COn at Colon, Hr. R critic a~ nt that the Tenn said it sets a "precedent _-_m_ tr Le
ondMader and Mrs. B. W. Pertnd, MsiE., and Mrs.r- BI n6 at Tort DaviSf change -msas designed to for partisanship." i "!,
l, mmler ands Mrs. DSa- skeiv ia td. r..Balb for Bingo a r bee held at the Fort prove ad oal protection Meanwhile, Sen. Estes Kefau- i
enderon, Lt. Commander _n extended viasi in glandd and Davis Of.icrs ClubUd, wedneaao, dor estis Adustry facing ver (D-Tenn.) and 10 other! ,',;r n '
Mrs. V. W. Adler, Corn- on the continent, .June 17. All persons eligible to stiff foreign petition. senators introduced legislation ./ l 7" *
r Joe Maloney, Lt. Con- PBecause of the change in the artiolpte are cordially invited The trade agreements law, to extend the law without
a and Mrs. : .reen, place of their departure they to attend, which has' been on the books "crippling amendments" he said- it In
enimander and Mrs. J. P. were unable to contact the many --- snce tMhe ey days of the have weakened its effectiveness i w$ 0
u, 9d Lt. Commander and friends who planned to see them Ltk Employes Roosevelt s*ministratlon, ac- over the years.
r W. Darbm. Lt_ COuostt, o nd they wiah to say "Au re- As ciatl Meeting_ tually expired last Fridy, The I 1 s ',,
slder sihd Mr, P. D. Fitzger- ivor.s The Panaa Canal .Lock En- new bill would restore it. Kefauver's bill, hich willbe, ~~... '. /
o ander and Mrs. R. CloH ploys Aassctito, Athe lantiTc Mr. Elsenhower had asked for offered as a ubtttte to the 1, /
; Gif fin, ,t.. ComnIder and Mr. and Mrs.ee tt Et t Chapter, wll mneet Thursday, an extension until June 12, House b.ll on the Seate floor
rips.. L. ApplequiIg, t. Come Mr. and |rs. Frank W. ct. JunE a at the Block Bui Wing at 1954, to give his trade experts removes the so-cand "peril The1oly.person1who1 .osy"
Gray. LI1. CoinOlialider *nd. Mrf a cocktafl P~.rt'. --rion. i claim ruinous competition.from r ....... on oroat ONLA
-Mrs. S.W.Per ki sCole tanedat 0 n s entndil be tieo suthe problem be-nid-tse u a "pr edent
Comrrecommdnding new lesl- i
. Lngroran es Lt. Commn~ dand- Sxty friends enjoyed their Box Suppel The House bill provides for es- imports and ask trade curbs.
Mra d'Mri.l. e KuriCe. ot. hospitality. at Gatun Uneion Churbch t s s
o re an Mrs. J. Ba. e "fried c rialcken" box sipper a e t t
Pease, Lt. Commander and Mrs. Punch iardty at ( urete__ wwil b held at tdhe Gatun nion House Of Wax Opens AI Lux Today, t
r. ..' Wheeter Lt. ommeind Lt. and lMr. ,.,o.Meay en- Church Thursday at 6:t0 p.m. . fr
ad Lt... od. o (r..1. and. triensne witho I.Pan e party under the aLupEces f the Har-Z 60 D ayKso th T a uea Te hid YIar *" i
Mra Sam Ptder, Ldt. Col ano atoe t he oclo .. te#r e _C, monv e roup of .the mwnraomenth, ac T- l I ,eaters t i Yeas. r -
Mr, aeliden Lt, .oll.p ad.Mr. Saturday lht psdg the AuFxildary '
R. r.'om M Ba oU. and Mrs. Dance. e -of a at year. i ,

3: 0. eit I. aCd M a. M. 0. daughtnir S.ae ote, of Newark, "plete dl resistance. the Lux Theater ,il1 e b 2,H i- ll o na nal Zo
nttar Lt. a4 uMrs. M.. .NSw N.J., Wrriive during the week- An entertaining program M ed at 75 cents or adul entd
bl, i. a d M henloy, end for a vlsSat with her brotnher- bec planned by Mrs. George ets for childre lrs with frsh ground flavor
r an i.on sood, inl and tand Poole. *p for the polaroi d viwe r. Aron.
v.rnd.i. .._ola- mrs.w _n d. Wct.) _e Poef *s ,. iT M i nn b o

Vala L n. an Mrs. R. the ibert Loge sfI t i hasn be e ve -wel rec,-ved by1
Lt.nd _eran. _d M. ..in a dance ati the mt Bt l teslde audiendea. It etatr rs
aMLt. nd M. J.: A. t-. t .a -w Comne Lt. 5Ma Vs. kLe a ~. rcent Pre. Fir~nk Lovejoy "c.
Lt. _th 1M+ U-. Stein, AnOuair.e Birth .f se from 8:00 to. 13:00 p.-m. All MS. hl c K Piy Krice .n .oeoy t hnuh.t .ti t ;o ,.
SMA. sW. Wor ttIt. Lt. and M Gwge Robeart ons ande their guests are lifted ld Ps r th n te o be tt Yu ano r a
B9. Dit: 3. B.- Cockle of Field. Alaska, to attend. Tickets may be obW d 'r Brunoret ood tha trr eAa'hm sufferianthert
am ..t ol ndattheCoc bi th o it ta i e first-t tam from the W members of Sti- tryng Mendae This Treat internal
3 0. L t. .m son, on. June 12 at Tadd b rt Lodge at e $1.50 per peson. O ratio Lark mentc Amercanly developed by a Fw re are ground by a
.. MOMeLt- ClIra.d The b. has beea .. tnron tu r Tchn' your O el, process o gv you oiner
Johtn Robrtl.o-. A 'te buffet supper will e DERBY ,Conn. P) Three Mende work so rtos helpyou t qoelity ... SpeCiolly pocked to pro-
t .' The paternal grandparent are served. ', lres. arrested after they wy. *hilla natureng diolve and re- tct the Ish, frogrant flavor
:Mocke. .M of.s. ndrst GaoAne ean l a l ce ockadte and a3ted motes fre e at breast drng d psund asok
S t f e two t Bicers eep so y soon ly
M a ,n, .T oe' tOrnA rao rhe today. See how much better you a i a.,e e
NM0L-o0., God ag rl4 .t wa. r, told police tey did'it just sleep tonight andnhow much better you
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fJ 'nt grsa4uated'on e 11 rom the Shows: 3:00 5:00 7:00 9: p.m.
..H a,'A.maa Partis Americap High Sehool in -
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Nine Close To New Mark
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By CARL LUNDQUIST
NEW YORK, June 16 (UP) No one yet has
started calling these Yankees the greatest of all
time, but they have a strong chance today to wind
up with the best winning record in American League
history.
Even if they cool off, as Casey Brooklyn thus went west with
Stengel fears, they still could a 36-17 'won and lost record
win the pennant with their pre- and a .679 percentage that was
sent cusnion by playing only a just six points better than Mil-
little better than .500 baseball waukee's. Although both clubs
the rest of the way. have traveled at a terrific pace,
Here are the cold facts the Dodgers were not as well off
the statistics which have put as at this time a year ago when
hopes of all othef American they had a 37-15 mark and
League clubs in the deep freeze: were not being pressed by any
The Yankees, with their 18- club, as they are now.
game winning streak intact, In the only other major
now have a fantastic percent- league game yesterday, the
age of .788 with a 41-11 won Giants with a shuffled lineup,
and lost record. Moreover, topped the Cardinals 3-2 on Jim
they are beginning a 14-game Hearn's six-hitter. Whitey Lock-
home stand in Yankee Stad- man, batting in the leadoff
ium against the same four spot, drove in the winning run.
western clubs they bullied in Wes Westrum walked and Hearn
their all-victorious road trip, sacrificed to precede Lockman's
starting with a night game hit. Lockman was in left field,
tonight against the Browns. Tookle Gilbert at first, Al Dark
They still have 102 games to back as short, Daryl Spencer
play with the season just about at second, and Henry Thomp-
one-third completed. If they son at third in the latest Leo
should skid to a mediocre .529 Durocher shakeup. Davey Wil-
pace the rest of the way, which liams and Don Mueller were
is unlikely, they still would fin- benched.
ish with 95 victories and 59
defeats, the same margin by Yesterday's Star-Jim Hearn,
which they won the flag with- who pitched six hit ball and
out difficult y last year. That contributed a triple and sacri-
would mean only a 54-48 won fice in a 3-2 Giant victory over
and lost pace the rest of the the Cardinals.
way or just six games better
thn .5Canal Zone Amateur
/ nd they should be able to anal Zone Amateur
do that well, standing on their
co !-cvive heads.
Lut if they should keep roll- League Ra8Ce Omes
in some all- ime achievements
cc 'd be theirs. They could drop T0 rnd T s Uon h
m : than 103 percentage points To Ed This Monthm
of i t-eir present pace and still
be the greatest all-time winners After a recess of three weeks,
in American League annals. If action in the Canal Zone Ama-
they won 70 and lost 32 for a teur Baseball League will be re-
.63G percentage in their remain- sumed this Sunday when Santa
ing 102 games, they would fin- Cruz Malto Vigor meets Rain-
ish with 111-43 and a .721 final bow City Powells at Mt. Hope
rer oning. That would op the Park. These two teams will first
all-.me high of 113-44 and .714 complete a protested game of
set by the Yankees of 1927 several weeks ago and imme-
wh-n Babe Ruth hit his 60 diately after they will play a
ho-.ers. regular scheduled nine-inning
game.
lV"anwhile, the Dodgers were On Sunday June 28, Rainbow
bac : in the lTad in the National City Powells will travel to Red
today without having moved a Tank to complete another pro-
muscle. They took over last tested game with Spur Cola.
night when Pittsburgh upset Immediately upon completion
Milwaukee's ma4cas 4 3-2 ir 10 of this game the Powells team
innings in a bizarre finish when will transfer to Paraiso wheie
Danny O'Connell was hit by a they will play a regutrV sched-
pitched ball to force home the uled game against Canada Dry.
winning run. All of these games, as well as
Cal Abrams led off the win- two Rainbow City Powells -
ning inning by beating out a! Chagres tilts, have an important
6 -nt. Loser Jim Wilson was bearing on the final outcome of
touched for a double by Paul the race.
Smth and reliever Lew Burdette Chagres and Rainbow City
tame in to give Frank Thomas Powells will arrange, along with
It intentional pass. Commissioner Joe Noble, to
S-e te then hit O'Connell play their games on Saturday
Ir back to send home the mornings during this month.
r a-it ended a four-game Teams failing to meet this
P 'Ising streak, all against schedule will lose their games
I -ee. on forfeit.


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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams W L
New York 41 11
Cleveland 30 21
Chicago 30 26
Washington 29 26
Boston. 30 27
Philadelphia 27 29
St Louis 19 38
Detroit 13 41

TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at New York (N
Cleveland at Philadelphia
Chicago at Washington (N
Detroit at BostOn (N)
TODAY'S PROBABLE
PITCHERS
St. Louis at New York (N
Pillette (1-3) vs McDonald (
or Ford (7-0).
Cleveland at Philadelphia
Wynn (5-4) vs Bishop (3
Chicago at Washington (N
Dobson (4-4) vs Schmitz (
Detroit at Boston (N) -
(3-3) vs Hudson (2-4) or N
(2-1).
OPEN DATE.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams W L
Brooklyn 36 17
Milwaukee 37 18
Philadelphia 29 20
St. Louis 30 23
New York 25 28
Cincinnati 20 30
Pittsburgh 19 39
Chicago 14 35

TODAY'S GAMES
Phila. at Milwaukee (2-T-
New York at Cindi. (2-T-]
Pittsburgh at Chicago (2)
Brooklyn at St. Louis (N)
TODAY'S PROBABLE
PITCHERS
Philadelphia at Milwauke
(N) Konstanty (5-3)
Miller (0-0) vs Antonelli (
and Surkont (8-1).
New York at Cincinnati 2
- Jansen (6-5) and Koslo (
or Oomez (1-3) vs Podbielan
5) and Kelly (0-1).
Pittsburgh at Chicago (2
Lindell (2-8) and Dickson (
vs Minner (2-6) and Pollet (1
Brooklyn at St. Louis (N
Roe (3-2) vs Miller (1-2).


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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 000 011 000-2 6 1
New York 001 010 lOx-3 9 0
Presko (4-6) and D. Rice.
Hearn (5-4) and WeStrum,
Night Game
Milwaukee 000 200 000 0-2 5 0
Pittsburgh 002 000 000 1-3 8 1
Wilson (2-5), Burdette and
Crandall. Friend (2-7) and
Sandlock, Atwell.
Only games scheduled.

President Asked

To Play In Golf

Charity Tourney


MIAMI, June 16 (UP) Pres-
ident Eisenhower was asked yes-
terday to play golf for charity
during the week of June 22.
Otto Fenias, national director
of the Damon Runyon Cancer
Fund golf tournament honoring
Babe Zaharias, and Lou Serbin,
a Miami clothing manufacturer
and employer of Mrs. Zaharias,
dispatched a telegram to the
President urging him to become
the first entry in the meet. The
tournament begins throughout
the nation next Monday.
Fenias said 9,687 golf clubs
throughout the country will
participate.
"We are confident that en-
tires will reach 100,000," Fenias
said.
Target for the contestants Is
71, the score carded by Mrs.
Zaharias in a tournament at
Miami Beach last February
which Was her last major tour-
ney before she was operated on
for cancer.

Record Total Sign Upi

For Balboa Summer

Recreation Program
With total figures not yet
complete, the Balboa Play-
ground Summer Recreation reg-
istration became the highest
ever with a staggering 869 otal.
Thtl figure represents boys and
girls of all ages from four years
old on up that selected their
favorite activity form the many
that are offered by the Physical
Education and Recreation
Branch.
Broken down Into groups. the
swimming program accounted
for 387 registrations, the 5-8
year old crafts group had 105
boys and girls, the 9-12 group
stalled 191, the teesgers to-
taled 186.
Most popular activities were
bowling for boys and girls over
12 years, archery for boys and
girls over 9 yeapt, and basket-
ball for boys and girls. None of
the activities scheduled had to
be cancelled for lack of partici-
pation.
The program will go into full
swing on .Lonaty, June lth,
starting at 8:30 pA.


casey Stengel or the Yankees Chicago White Sox flrst base.-
and Charlie Dressep of the man Ferrls Fain, second base-
Dodgers. man Nellie Fox, shortstop Chico
Milwaukee players who lead Carrasquel, left fielder Mipnle
in National League voting are MIfloso and right' fielder Sam
third baseman Ed Mathews, Mele. The Yankees have two
leaders catcher Larry Berra
and center fielder Mickey Man-
tle. Geor e Kell of the Red Box
Sports Arounditops the th basemen.
,The New -GiAnts hava
D f sold tcher Sal Tvans to the
riV St irdnalsforA orun
Rainbow tCity tnver price. The
dear stillea the Gants
with three eatehers.
BY HERBERT MOISE
The Harlem Sporters are now Turne
in first place in the Rainbow ur lW
City Major Softball League
thanks to a double victory of
Powell Garage over the then
league-leading Coco o olIto J0 A Ix n Off
Brnwn Baners.


Walter Clarke still leads the
league in hitting despite a "3-
for-7" in Saturday's double-
header. Chester DeSouza took a
temporary lead during Sunday's
Policia Nacional-Panaco game
but went "l-for-4" to. lose Over
20 points but still remains sec-
ond to Clarke in batting.
Bob Welland and Ricardo
Chiva, Cervecerla and Har-
lem Sporters, ire ctively,
are running abreast in
scoreless iiming. Bob has 18
straight and Rleardo is
working on 14. They will
face each other this coming
Sunday at the Mount Hope
Stadium at 11:M9 a. m.
Stanley Arthurs of Powell
Garage is loading "RBI" man.
Stan has a total of 15.
Since winning their first
game. the Panaco Shippers have
always been in a tie for the
Position that they occupy.
Joseph Ward, Harlem man-
ager, feels confident that his
team will win the "big one"
Sunday against Cerveceria even
if Bob Weiland pitches. He also
states, emphatically, that his
team is where they will finish
at the season's end.
Carlos Joseph of Powell
Garage hurled a no-hit, no-
run, 10-0 win over the Coeo
Solito Arown Bagger. thus
dropping them Into second
lace.

Playground Sports
In the inter-playground girl
softball summer activity Santa
Cruz blanked La Boca "" Divi-
slon girls 10-0 at the La Boea
playground.
Dolores Peterkin pitched Santa
Cruz to the victory to take the
championship honors.
This affair is sponsored by
the Physical Education and Re-
creation Branch.
The "A" Division La, Boca
team captured the champion-
ship from Santa Cr beatgs
them 6-2.
The game was a thriller
the fifth frame wihn A
made an error for Santa-
which opened the rafy for L
Boca which came up with
runs.
Thomas of Santa Onu
the _iMn pitcher, V
the winnf t pitk ta
ca.
The next .- ..
sport will be V
pl h for
rg g


Unbeaten List

PHIADELPHEIA, June 18 (UP)
Gil Turner of Philadeiphia
set his alghts dn Cbuck Davey
and another crack, at Kid Ga-
vllan's: weltewelght title today
after handing Jo m ufwaxton of
New York the first efat of his
41 bout career with the- id of
a bit oft tratgy on the part of
his manager.
Tur used mn.e expert
Melp ,m, _i. tot, George
rt n bis leup-
set, -pi t ve wr Sat-
ton last =I
Turner had A tendency to
fade in the stretch of his recent
bouts, parttcularjy his recent
loss to Joe Oiardello. Katr de-
cided to-do something about It.
He permitted Turner to enter
the ring t' Ouu# of his 37th
victory in 40 bouts at 153-1-2
pounds, the heaviest of his care-
er.
Promoter Herman Taylor
al has effewd Daey
W toS ineet ts wiemer
of ast nigt's ma eh, whieb
drew 14,M7 sad a trno of
Saxton was dliapolnteid ovet
his first defat In 41 bouts.,
previously, he had W *'l0
matches and was Wel to a L*aW
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THE STANDINGS
W L P't
Norge 6 0 1.00
Canada Dry 4 2 .667
Optlea Boss' 3 3 .500
West Bank 2 3 .400
Albrook Flyers 2 4 .33
Spur Cola 0 5 .A
Special Troop took full cmZ
mand of the second place from
Canada Dry as they suffered
they second defeat 6-2. 3
John Pistro took the victory J
with a neat ftor hitter as he ,
paced himsellf esIly.
The big bat of Oonzalez and ,
Baker collected four mastere for i
Special troops.
Welch had a home run for
Canada Dry which didn't help -
any cause.
Brown started but gave way
to Bery Willias wo did
good rlef job to become the
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9 Martinez-Chocolate Program


Offers 34 Rounds Of Boxing
Pet. M.oingfans anIn for a rp.
.788 O r e axln treti Sunday at the C0i
Moore-Maxim Binnner gfanssaweninor
r.588 .lV AS VArena when they're offered a
.536 total of 34 rode f boxin
.52 M7 ets M arciano In t eproS featuringthe
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41 ODEN, Utah, Junlo 16 (UP) poundsx en he stopped Jersey Interest is already red hit
World Heavyweight Cham- Joe Wa.ett ree: y. M1oore on the GoM C4st as may be
plon Rocky Marciano Will allow tip4 e1 e 0Iscales at 1'4 Friday attested by the large ewda
r) the winner of the light heavy- nIg turilt out daily to wateh
(N) weight title bout between chain- Ma a) b wP eager over both beys go through their
1) pion Archie Moore and "Joe the opotunty. Would be a workouts.
Maxim, here June 24, a crack at cinch to get into shape for Mar- hooolate I1, now a member
his title sometime in 1954 in clano," he said, "I wouldn't have of the Catholle Youth Organisa-
Utah, it was announced Sunday to follpoy a trict diOt." tion, claims that he la In the
night. Meanwhile, co-prom voters best form of his life and, as if
) The announcement came from Kenny Mayne and Al Warden to prdve this, has been giving
.2-2) Jim Norris, president of the In-. said ring officials and judges his sarrinf mates a rough
ternational Boxing Club of New for the June 24 light heavy& tim fi lat few days.
(N) York, through promotion head- weight duel ll.be named net Martinez, on the other hand
3-3). quarters here. It was believed week. Under consideration were has been takin thgs eaas
4) such a 1954 title headliner would Jack Dempey, Je 1Louis, BE- than usual l do hilalre ad
1-i). be held in Ogden stadium as is zard Charle, next In 1ue for a been in training fortwo.wee
Hoef the Maxim-Moore battle. crack at Marclano's title, James w% he was requested to sub-
ixon Both Moore and Maxim re- J. Braddock, former heavyweihtttute for Corky Gonzale so be
ceived the news with expressions champion, .One. Tunehy, w b should be in perfect condition
of pleasure and confidence, beat Dempsey for the wod for this bout.
"Now I've got two opportuni-bheavyweight championship la
ties," Modre said. "One is to 192I and Marciano. IsidrX is aiming at victor
trim Maxim, and the second Is No. a pro. He knat victor
to win the crown from Marciano The fight will be televised out J as IIa in the th
Pet. and have a big pay day." from coast to coast, with Ut4h, round in his last effort anf
.679 The light heavyweight cham- Itlaho, Montana, Nevada and in hil previous outing chalk
.673 plon said Marciano weighed 184 WyOming blacked out. up a uanimoun decision o6r-
.596 B-anntoAweight Champ Melvin
.472 Bourje.
3 2Five Milwaukees Braves ncy boxing Back
328 Ides Vicente Worrell at IN6
L n Al a pounds In one of two ten-round
le d In A llP OSil V semifinals. The other 126 pound
Sing ten-round bout pits Leslie
N) o Thompson against By Oreen.
N) ,.- A four-round preliminary. be-
CHICAGO, June 18. (UP) shorpstop Johnny Logan, first tween Rafael Brathwalte and
Five members of the Milwaukee baseman Joe Adcock, center Kid Jamieson at 126 pounds will
Braves lead in nation-wide vot- fielder Billy Bruton and catch- round out this all-star program.
Ing for the all-star baseball er Del Crandall. Other leaders Fans are offered these 34
team. are right fielder Hank Sauer of rounds for only $1 (one dollar)
ee 2 Fans vote for the starting the Cubs and second baseman general admislsion.
and lineups In the July 21 All-Star Red Schoendlenst and left field- -
6-2) Game at Cincinnati. Pitchers er Stan Musial of the Cardinals. *
and substitutes will be picked American Ieagub.- leaders in-
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Wiping out a four-run deficit The box score:
With a senatonal seventh-In- Jamsleas Girl A Sta
n rally, the Arasi Cola girl .r
aoLtballras lat.Uht shaded the Mrrisont, b X" 3
bajtn B .5 before 3,000 N Olon, t 4
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at the b mof the seventh T. etado, If 1
'with the, Mo at 0-1 in their 8. DavU ao 4
favor. TWo outfield errors on V, i d 3b 2 o
fl balls and a similar number D. ns 3 "
oa mental errorby rslef hurler W. e, p
1averne O nonY, opened the L. Connoll, p 1
gates for a game winning five-
ru spure by Aras Cola. 2 *
. Lany ren Howard started
for Aral Cola but gave way tin A COL
the fifth to oye Andersn the H. Herano, 2b 3 -g A
winn pitcher. W. Rony Z. Wilson, as 4 .
toll e first six innings fo C. 'ylor, rf 3 1
the Jamaicana.. verne (onn .&. Morgan, cf 4 6 4
ly took over In ne seventh -and J. Caballero, lb 1 0
was tagged With the defeat. D. Rodriuez, lb 2 6 o
.Once more the daring base- D. txnc 3
rlmning of the.Janalca&ns baf- J. oyd> 3b d. b .
fIed the local players. The first, Ord, 1
wo Jamaican runs were manu- I r, If 1
actured by ac light roberry on I. Howard, p 1
the base pats. Lydna 1
The Jamaidan play the Ale- J. Anderson, p .
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Bouts Approved
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Sitoth-Fbaerleco Phimmer tmo-
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Stripling 88 78 71 '237
V Ross 92 74 61 .227
Coe 84 83 60 1'227
Turner S a 71 B 223
Team Total 14
A 8. Army Aatillei--. 2
"ItcLain 90 89 76 288
'ompson 84 52 81 ll7
mres 81 6 8 202
;hlars 86 75 37 201
Tasg TotaJ 67 5
Salboa Gun Clu6 No, .
Tuc A 92 78 23586
near 89 60 8 215
r nderson 86 65 59 210
Jaffray 74. 42 6 182


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ra 79 ST. 57 473
QEaski ~ 6 S. 62
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Isthmian Army adaaen
With Agan At an
A -picked tead4 from USA
CARIB units won the Invitatic
.45 calibre pistol team mat4
fired at the Balboa Qua O
range Sunday when they total
led 1025 points to overcome t
opposltion arrayed again
them, both civilian and m
tary. Manchester, Welcbhi
ilavreau aad Weatelagt
made up.the winning team, a
all fired good con tent cor
The Marine Barracks tea
from Rodan put together
score "of ir to break up tl
UARARIB monopoly and ta
s ecod place. -ARCARl
teams also took third an
fourth, and the bst the Antill
No. 1. team would do in th
match was fifth. The Balb
Oun Club toms, as previous
predicted .here, were practical
out of the running, the club
first team ,qding up In alzt
place.
t. Col. SPady of the AntilI
team saIlVged some glory to
ht team' wen he repeated h
Individual" victory over Lt1. Ma
chete In the Individual sri
as he fired a 371. The Marin
Miller with 287 also
Manchester to take second
away from him. Manchester
sloW and ,timed fire scores w
out(Staxdlg-as usual, but h
lWv rapd fiae (gr&vatea by
malft o alb cost in h
match. There were merchandI
prices for, f$rst and secGnd.
Marehandise. prizes Were als
given tq the 1 tw lowest score
and theas were collected b
Rosenski .91f the 20th M. P. Cc
and Foster, fir8g a& an indlvi
dual. Thd pris for the moi
mediocre p orea, representing
the two Middle and average
totals were Collected by th
Marines' Hodges and Balbo
Guio ClUb's Smiley, both o
whom fired 222.
Detailed scores.,
USARCARIB-Psnamha No. 1
S T .;r T
Manchester 95 96 .12 2U
90 7 -84 261
vreau 83 85 92 260
Weatherington 91 86.. 64 241
izaa etal .
Marine earrac'-. Rodman.
?Miler 91 85 91 267
eynolds. 8 90. 864 282
84 86 76 246
Hodges 86 76 60 222
Team Total ,8

SUSARCARUI-Panama .Ne.-
oopey .92 92 71 253
Cas 83 8 75 5 243
bM on 93 78 I 9 28
tSwim 85 079 233
Team Total 40


Wird 88 82 84 254
lawyer 82 76 83 241
Ullivan 74 '85 76 23"
qwatd 71 78 71 220
'team Total 9,9

1. 8. '*my Antilles No. 1
Sdrady 93 92 86 271
Costa 7 82 609 23A
RiVera 89 99 869 17
9@ *fl -',... 1474 7t 6
Team Total 39


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Only in Brooklyn could It be said that Oi 1 o4geS Is in t)
mIdst of an omnaous rea riejeah. After long a"d discouragli
frustrat en the quiet, se-efa young first basea se s i
gthe verge of achisvlng true greatness. Ia nlatbusl this could
It was Garry Schumacher, a distinguished authority on tl
fads and foibles of the Dodger baseball fan, who once remark'
in complete. sriousnes that Joe DIMaggio could never play f
Brooklyn... "He's too good."
You are, Of course, familiar withthe HRodf.story. How ]
- 6oildn't buy a. be hit in the World Sere, going 0 for21
seven games against the Yankees. HOw tse Dodger faithful nev
uttered a derisive peep. -ow they coatinued to stick by n tA
sprg wh the hs u and he oawjina
so cIo was te" seta the Dodgers, might have won
Hodges had ev4, g6t a single here and there; they might at
have won If Charley Dressen had shifted Robinlon to first ax
worked Morgan into the Infield. Some thought it would not' he
the team but be a kindnesA to Hodges whose futility becan
progslYvelyMathetic. .
As t the' latter Dresse didn't agree and possibly he wi
correct.
"To bench him might break him p ;o badly he'll never I
able to playball," the n aer concluded.
But when Hodge goker up this spring where he left off :
the fall, a rare exercise In vacuity, for there was nothing to pie
up, it loo-ed as if the harrowing effects of the World Series st:
lingci.u and be was dowq 1forgood.

Just Don't Get Too Good
"I'd never have made it if the fans hadn't stuck by me
Ho"ges confesses today. "They could Ifate booed me out of tl
Anywhere else the fana probably would have done just tha
and please be reminded the Dodgerfans are tnot particularly 0ol
ed for mannerly reticence. The Bronx cheer is as nothing con
pared to the virulence and vehemence of the Gowan's gripe.
Dreasen went as far as sensible. charity permitted before b
waved Hodges to the beach some two weeks ago. At that tinm
the young man was hitting a fragile .178.. What miracle touch
ed Hodges as he sat on the benh noh mortal man can ever kno%
But when he got back in the lieup there was thunder in his bat;
Hodges no longer swung with mocking vigor, lifted Littl
League pops,rolled out durately or stood in dreamy contempla
tn astikes split the plate. *its began to flow Irom his woo
with such regularity as to add 190 points to his average and ove
a stretch, still contlAi, he hit better than .400. Besides whici
he began to lose the bl In the stands, not infrequently when I
meant the game
And so, as of now, he s the greatest first baseman in th
me; all he ever had to o to rank with the most gifted was t(
hit withonsistency. This be Is now doing. Can he keep it qp
There's Do law which says he cant. And that would be both gooc
and bad.
It would be good forhe team butUlad for the young man, be
cause that would make ll a perfect ballplayer, another DIMag
alo, i nd as Mt. eShumaeler observes, the Dodger fan has a curl
ous r 'thy of superiority In any form or phase.
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They Don't Jest at Scars -
Students of human behavori4m have been trying to flna
out what makes the Dodger tan tick for generations. Is it be
case Brooklyp is oveanbaowed by more glamorous Manhat
tan? Does this exptn L's _Lypathy for the underdog, his soon
for -the T 7ichi endOwe at Whence comes the noble quality o
unyieldig Iyalty to OU Hodges whose protracted fallur
burdened the team and heme deprived the fan himalf otf
winnert
Lest the reader dtsm this as June fantasy his attentis
Is directed to players of th past who were enshrined in th
hearts of the Dodge tan. Was thee ever a more p~Opla r Oyeo
In Brooklyn than Johnby Cooney? He had ben waived A ae
the major as flMisal e .be came to Abbets 1el4 fMro thI
minors. A double as a big bit for him. All the me he wes
In Brooklyn he new got a hboes run, even by accident.
lthey love b A tOOae bitdge why? 94 had such H lt
ability st pU but e tried so ard
Lefy W tremandous hitter, and oe as a Dodgi

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How To Play Par Golf: 33


Sharper And More Upright A
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Thirty-third of a series l .
By JULIUS BOROS
Downhill lies are a little
tougher, but you can adjust the
owing just as easily as the up-
hill.
The ball will have a tendency
to slice.


The weights shifts more to
the left foot.
You have trouble getting the
totll in the air because the nat-
ural roll of the turf offsets
somen of the loft of the club.
Open the stance.
Play the ball a little back of
center.
Flex the right knee to main-
tain balance.
The swing will require a
sharper, more upright are in
order to get more help from the
loft of the club. Use a more loft-
ed club than you normally would
for the same distance.
Hit down into the shot.
Stay with it.
If you yield to the natural
tendency to pull un on a shot
from a downhill lie, you will
only top the ball and gain little
or no altitude.
I would nev.wr recommend a
shorter swing. We have already
mentioned an upright swing.
Make it a full swing, normally
executed, with ease and proper
timing.
The ball will come up.
NEXT: Sidehill lies.


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CLEMENCY PICKETS Advocates of clemency for convicted
atom spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg begin a 24-hour vigil for
mercy in front of the White House in Washington. The picket-
ing was marked by a prayer meeting and an appearance of the
Rosenberg's children. The condemned pair are scheduled to die
on their fourteen wedding anniversary.


US Letter Post Rate

May Be Hiked To 4c

WASHINGTON, June 16 (UP)! rates would increase annual'
The administration disclosed revenues about $223.000.000.
today it will ask Congress soon William C. Doherty. president
for an "across-the-board" in-: of the 100,000-member AFL let-
crease in postal rates which ter carriers union, said he would
probably will boost the cost of support the move.
mailing a first class letter from! Doherty favored increa sin g
three to four cents. first class mail to four cents
Postmaster General Arthur E. with "proportionate increases"
Summerfield outlined the plan on second, third and fourth
to President Eisenhower and class.
Republican congressional leaders
at the weekly White House legis- But he said rates should not
native conference. be raised to the point where
Aimed at trimming the an- they "Drice out of the postal
nual postal deficit, it probably system" small-town newspapers
will go to Congress in a few and other publications.
days. The Pest Office has been
House Speaker Joseph W. Mar- r'lagued with a deficit for years.
tin, Jr. said the specific new Martin said Summerfield said
rate requests were not disclosed, the deficit for the present fiscal
Asked about the fate of the year will run about $594,250,900.
familiar three-cent stamp on
everyday letters, Martin said l
"I suppose it would go to four Capt. aul Austin
cents no more."
The speaker also told reporters l
that Summerfield would like toDies Suddel
have the increases become ef-
Rep. Harold C. Hagen (R., In New York State
Min.). a high-ranking member
of the House Post Office Coim- A former Ft. Kobbe officer,
iittee. called the proposed in- A f Ft K
crease "Premat ure and ill-ad- apt. Paul W. Austin died sud-
vised." He said rate increases deny on May 15 while on leave
ealed. lelsnt erastte. al at his home in Cambridge, N.Y.,
aloneficit will not erase the postal according to word received on
Afterthe conference. Summer- the Isthmus by his friends yes-
field flew to Cleveland where he terday. He left here May 2.
told the Advertising Federation Capt. Austin came to Ft. Kobbe
of America that a rate increase in June, 1950, and served with
"is the only course." the 33rd infantry. Cause of death
He said the Post Office ha d in he f message
DeDartment loses about $2000- was not given, but the message
000 even e working day said he was stricken ill at his
000 every working day. h ey a died before reaching
Spokesmen said a one-cent home and died beforeoreahing
Increase in first class letter the hospital. Funeral services at
_omuns__r_ _n_ hi-- Ha Baptist Church were held May
17.
Freed US POWs Captain Austin was a native of
White Creek, N.Y. He was called
To oMore |to active duty with the Army in
1To U Nw Mo re 1940, and in the following five
years saw service In the North
Brainwashing African campaign.
Discharged in 1945, he formed
WASHINGTON, June 16 (UP) a contracting agency with his
The Defense Department said brother James, but was recalled
today no attempt wUl be made to duty in Oct. 1948.
In the future to segregate anyI
returning American prisoners of He was to have reported to
war who might have fallen for Camp Bliss, Tex.. after his leave.
Communist propaganda while He was awarded Bronze Star
held captive. Medal for meritorious action in
In its .plans for handling ground operations in the North
prisoners exchanged after the African theater.
signing of an expected Korean
truce, the department said; Surviving him are his father,
"there will be no distinction" James D. Austin, Sr., a sister,
among returning Americans "for Miss Mary E. Austin and three
any cause except medical." brothers, James D. Jr., Walter
There was widespread criti- and Willard, all of New York, his
cism of the military for its at- former wife, Dorothy Tellier, and
tempt to segregate a small a slx-year-old son Paul Jr.
percentage of the Americans re- -________an .
atriated In an initial prisoner
exchange this spring. f aus reizsa o
Somb suspected of having id Uh G vur ei
swallowed, the Communist line
were sent In a group to a Penn- lanker Pl
sylvania hospital. T anke Plans
S To Grab Another
S^HSAN P3DRO, Calif., June 16
(UPw.-The government planned
today to seize a second ship
.. "after grabbing the 18,000-ton oil
tanker McKlttrick Hills on
charges of false registration.
SAssistant U. S. attorney Max
Deutz said the government now
*: plans to see, the tanker Destiny
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TWENTY-EIGHTB TEARE PANAMA, R. ., TPUSDAY, JUNE 18, 1953


Atlantic, Gulf Coast Shipping


Strike Postponed Till Tonight
NEW YORK, June 16 (UP) tract no work" walkout deadline thelr contract expires and we Curran charged the compan-
The National Maritime Union last night. New meetings were don't tell them a new con- ile treated the U as "an ln-
(CIO) postponed a threatened scheduled for 4 pm. today by tract had been signed, they ferior organization" by refusing
strike for 24 hours today pend- federal mediators, won't sign on." to just alleged inequities be-
ing further negotiations with At- Contracts covering some 45,000 A strike would tie up 700 tween slamen on the East and
lantic and Gulf Coast ship unlicensed workers on about 700 freighters, tankers, colliers and Gult coasts. an those on the
owners. ships expired at 12:01 a,m. today. passenger ships at East and West coast and in other unions.
A union spokesman said the NMU president Joseph Curran Gulf Coast ports, along with Walter 1. Maloney, president
NMU had agreed to the delay, had said originally that his men a few tankers operating on the of the American Merchant Mar-
until midnight tonight, at the would refuse to sail after that Great Lakes and some river ine Intitute and chairman of
request of federal mediators who hour. He pointedly declined, how- craft, at St. Louis and Pitts- the comfattee negotiating for
made the plea on behalf of ever, to say whether helwtd or- burgh. Atlanti and Gulf coast shfp
"pressing national interests." dered the seamen to stop work.owners, charged the union had
Contract negotiations broke "Our men don't have to be Vessels on the high seas and enlarged its demands "ever
down shortly after the "no con- told what to do," he radl "If at International ports would time we tried tO make progress.
not be affected until they
reached their home ports, la I -
Wope for a delay In the arin,
walkoet came from FrankI -
Drown, regional directorofA
t e seder M edisaton $ "eni W
who called a new anien-man-
agement meeting for m
today after ne ia a
broken off in a deadlock late
lgast aight. A total -o, 61 positions a
iBrown urged the ship owners presently open in the Canal Or-
and the seamen to "maintain anisaton and may be filled by
the working -status quo" until ransferof eligible employee, amc
the meeting today. cording to the. latest transfer-
The negoIlations were dead- vacancy bulletin Issued by the
locked on three major issues: Personnel Bureau.
A general wae increase and
I mprov oveege proaios, Of the positbns now open In
the checkoff system of dues col. the Company-Governmen se-
lecting, and unonff rights I as. Ice, 29 are available In the craft
l Nectins, and uninghea es ith ot ap nd 2gare oen In at
4lsning sertn job ratings. roup and r are open in the
Curran, president of the pow- classified and reled gro .
erful union, whichrtepresents Twenty poItions for I ok or
all unlicensed merchant marine erator (wirem M) are listed
personnel, hoped until the last thq bullet. The positions are!
to avoid a walkout, vant at both the Atlantic and
"The union d e ntio end to Pa Ll .de t:
create turmoil j ust for timhe Other oss Inthe
of anyone else but there Ire f
WHOOPEE!--Up in the air go reatsB of notes as Mr. and Mrs. limits." a
J. Albert Southern celebrate the completion of their graduate Amoneg ah lpS thb"atOed in o e Me
studies at Duke University in Durham, N. C They worked hbrd was the e Un ted t rates, he
for a combined total f five years on graduate research while world's fss ship At d the
Swill be master's degrees in education psy._choloy ii Igso .. aahIm s
keep vital tvd13ea
Globemaster Crew Harold Lloyd Sues ofIM t"reas he
Rjra tatvesof therungh
Fights Engine Fire Sudio. For rtheday In n effort to ; fie ler
a walkout that would clef-engrpher fU- f
High Above Padfic His Star Sitng on.aw N 0 mater
companies withheadquarter on au eendam makers
TOKYO, June 18 (UP).-Three HOLLYWOOD, Calif., June 16 the East and Gulf ports would techniian; postal clerk;
U. S.' airmen risked their lives (UP) Silent screen comic be affected. Among them are keeper; our time, leave and -
high 'above the Pacific to ex- Harold Lloyd accused RKO-Ra- the Grace Lines and the U. ,S. roll cleafts; and supdlmo1. ,w
tinguish a dangerous fire aboard dio studios in a $750,000 dam- Lines, two major operators. ard.':
a Globemaster transport carry- age suit today of hurting his
ing 24 persons, the Far East Air professional re utation by con-
Force disclosed today. cealin the fact he was the star
The Globemaster was 200 miles of a di
at ;ea on June 12, headed for In his suit filed yesterday, G
Iwo Jima with 14 passengers Lloyd charged the studio with
and .10 crew members, when one breach of contract by denying
of the right engines caught fire. him star billing in the picture, s
The flames were fought by 'Mad Wednesday,' which origin-
the flight engineer, S/Sgt. Ray- ally was titled "The Sin of Har- o -
mond L. Beckwith of Pine Bluff old Diddelbock."
Ark., A/1C George R. Kilpatrick Lloyd contended he was de- SANTA FE, I.M.. June 16 (UP) mwM taken hostage as the
Of Lansing, Mich., and S/Sgt prived of star billing when the -A prison official, shooting over brought food to the prisoners
Arcadia Herrera of San Antonio, studio changed the picture's ti- the heads of ducking hosta e OUsett ws servi 200 ears
Tex. tle. broke the back oI a prison ro Icluding a term for the murder
Named as a 1co-defendant in by dropping two ringleaders with of a pison guard less then a year
The three men crawled through the suit was California Pictures a single rifle bullet .
smoke and fumes down a nar- Corp. The day-losnl disturm% .ses- G e h said In a t l-
row passageway to the small "- terday by 100convicWasquWell- Interview from the pl-
Sengine room in the wing and zed when state Dolce ean"afed to 1the prison' de d
used extinguishers on the blaze. slip a .30-30 rifle to deputy VWar- Ic :e
den Ralph Tahah. y etallation ofts a.
The three crewmen, wearing Tahash, one of 13 6 hs the, ter
goa masks, brought the fire un- J tages seized by the r 6a- co 1s .Lte.
der control with the aid of five s victs, broke away r s
"fire bottles." But the flames tors as the New Me3dcr tat o- as
continued to. break out at inter- I-'- w, e lice advanced on 30 40e-hard W100,
vals during the next hours. The Kz -convicts in the barrIcadedprlson
firefighters worked in shifts to c hospital.h.
keep it under control. The rifle was hnded t ol'a-ti
An amphibian of the 3rd Air hash throu window and he
Rescue Group escorted the crip- faced the t tear
pled transport back to a safe When o woman cough ha f filled ward-room.
landing at the 374th Troop Car- church, she either has a cdore When T ash
rier Wing base in Japan. I new hot. .. holding ths a r4s
them as a
guards duced
convict Ho0er
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