The Panama American

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01630

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America

Full Text

I ** **


I J


>- o.i- "' r r: ', ^ f
sf ; ,. ,-" .. 1"- i1
- *.'- % .
.n -'


rr+' ,/ ^ % : '
, *, _- -. .
.- ^A
". ..'r," ~ ." "."" _


'all
.^IM.6
22


'Now... Years OMldt


I.


Sp ""-4 '" "


* .i .


I'-.


-? I.


0


F


Z N
1


s


II


Be


P y W i Wi. es coltria's Revolution
Pay W ve, ies
May End Civil War1
li~B M DUIW MAs IO dent MarIanoOspIna
g US To R si er of the coservat
,' .^ ,,'

l. I -a onT The leather mask, which coy
ered all her features but the low
ak of -de' er half of her chin, was put on
"nW c tdr- The cathode element wasattaci
om d to her reLt leg. 'ue
Eitepped w
b ThB ,MTeleeetr, A
whom la M ef as
eutioder In fivre abs, ttn u^
i std a Th. attwasa:t-V. B
drwal. .3 h all minutes and
i3-.0 th, Sour moW1 hocks lMhel Rosen
I bfr was dead.
SIad Dootors W Kp and
iissv oim MeCrackei applied their steth
3. copes to he chest..
pp turned to the warden an
sali: "I pronounce this women
dead. a tj NEW


~m nerth ey h
Swfththeh teW.
t4 wiTts Leave r i


SWAS'NMOTON, JuTe s (UP m ',
92H.- A.U -2 MI4.,nwq.am vs.


Perez, lead-
'mioderate
oikntlyop-
vv!-Yud.tk


Jim re"%ow m b O iombia, poses. elections had:M ached-
Sput ad. the four- uled for next Novembet. Gomes's
of fanatic, fas- first act on taking over'from Ur-
Gomez. daneta was to sammon'a cabinet
a return to meeting and demand #hat War
S-norm in Minister Luis Pabon ouk Rojau.
republic. "Mr. President," relied the
toi ) undeclared but minister, "I respect abl love you
Sw r. like a father, but I caUnot obey.
t. Oe. astavo Rojas Pl- Please accept my r4stnation."
-oper-old army comr- Gomes then offered the war
e wo sealed power in Bo- portfolio to Public Works Minis-
June 11, Is a UE.-educated ter Jorge Leyra, who accepted
eglM and a political and immediately ordered RojaI
rte, i fit ameeh to the place on the Inactive'list. The
p n. brMaet from the pres- rest of the cabinet thereupon fol-
il e na tret ed hi In- lowed Pabon's lead in reolgning.


eparo the country
democratic elec-
umpeeted coup

*te Colombia dnce


reached
Sof thbe


ithe ohle-o-tar
otri -- the


Meanwhile, news of Gomez's
action had been transmitted by
radio to general Rojas. who was
WMspectli an Army garrison 60
miles ftan Bogota. Immediately
he flew bae1ot. eatal, was
mpt at th-al dt "Poo top-
r anm sz .and .aseret
m -ti.g fo at RolM' ,home.
It was attended by My Army
men and a few influentil civil-
Ians of the Conservative moder-
ate group. Rbla,. talked by tele-I
,bone with ex-Presideit Ospina
Perm and relived tme latter'sj


Satisfied


-- 0 -!


But Question



Remains: What


Will House Do?
A,'
--0-- .

WASHINGTON, June 20 (UP) Optimism
tinued here today that the Senate would restore t-i-
Civil Functions Bill at least some of the benefits hfh l
amd Canal Zonians that the House recently elem ,"
But the question remained as, to whether the
would agree to any restoration tIat the Senate
make when the bill goes to conference in a joint d
mittee of the two Houses.
Members of the Senate Appiopriations Subcsmdik
tee which completed Thursday the task of markiati
the bill were sworn to secrecyabout what they did IpeM
ing action by the full committee.
They declined, therefore, to ployes. and termination ofet t
reveal what recommendations medical care for Zonlais.
the subcommittee decided ut .-
make, but somo of them sadi But senators who o"u"
rather enigmatically, that th ched for comment
believed the Zoniana would that they could not
satisfied. hat might result ti
One senator went further and should the Senate.
said he believed there was "a restore the
very good chance" that the House struck "fret l
House deletlons would be re- :
,t1ord bythe Senate.


FIWLW


;'" "Flog Sh- L


Ot Gt reat
B::,.s~~i'AlS".J -- ffSt


oap owSMt 1 S 2 Varf q .s
..he.. wi lZoe em- nee dim an
__mit measure to
dw ustqdy. houses for final apprrNl
... ... t.t+, WpI*e ig ns Inowat.l.i-
IT& r fIke-S ig ns

The M Cop -Fireman brEoaslt'13
Silmd.* edup was cAnn- favorable atmosphere,
Sam lan r Minister pltdo bla had a new was optlnistic about
r.P a0aA ito- n reaSe action but# hesitant to
g bat gtlations be id an all-cviian the later altitude of the
.uit Pan_ I1usha sad the United States e eludn svetal active a of Represertatives. -
.IIB S oe relision aofthe 193 treaty s rs of Pere. The Legislaf'n providing a o
lsr"ot aree lnitely scheduled to begin r re cal figures. 13 per pay raise for Dis- The full Senate
S the aen 0%.10. Thin m e, cou d with the gen- trlet of C bia ee and tions committee was
it n0 response to a uoery ea- er tw adio ddares f on was~Pgaed .Mnra* act on the ,Civil Pu
and d b ee nwapaper report that that t. for "unifica- iar y nu t Benwer, Tuesday, after which it
oS .PO IM d" ad been set for the tion 9f all true Cobnmblans, to a e to a able from Hw- ably will announce what rema-
vocal tou a 7,- rt othilMunnin Wash- ra-utabllah pease, order and ard enro. mendations concerning W
yt oaathered in tl es report democracy," brought an imme- The legliativRe IWW U v*WOe measure it will' make to th
FPenmsylvans Is K wara a about t h r ee date wave of favorable response of the Central .I Senate.
Srush the 11n6. w eka old. from a nation racked by six years and Metal Trades i- Ian-
B w ks from the White tf fratricidal struggle and ap- formed labor af 'e C Lhuf Siid'e
Sttorne aado said it is the Panama paiag bloodshed, that the legisaten last n IU JUIC
b -oU xal n government's egireto have John It is re i timated that week by the House an Setbate
"'I~ ~ a Cabot, eeh bas b on dia- nation- civil war be- had become law. In Secrete Cell -
as chairman of the US. oo t Ien reinls amsetvatives, The new law has the, effeSe
Committee, present when l Dtie parlshes of prot- of giving a similar pay raise to A Matias Hernindez chaul
San nMegotiations are opened, were" fotimes mur- Canal Zone Polee and iremen, who was being held on a
a" adei, as coot mee than 300,- of stealing coffee from
j the At Panama's request the State W% U Aeto dt. Umma ie houses of the PanamA
eU partinent decided to shedule' IU The new Colombian ,JSwimmer i es Livestock Bank, hanged
ahe talks for after Cabt's. *t- ~of executive, a fluent linguist t oday in a cell of Secret
E trom his tour f LMatiN speaks gUsh, Frech and VANTON. Il.. June 20. headquarters.
ra A er moompanyinogDr. ac p=s. nWs honor student (UP)- Norman Ross, 57, radio Detectives said P6lx Gonsal.
er lalnhoerM an.d fixed a Tril-Bt" kge, Indiana, star sad termer olympic swim- 36. used his handkerchief d tied
#aualthb. a 310 as the date for disousmeim wt e was gaduated with a ming champion, died of a heart his belt to hang himself around
begin.gpdree in 1927. attack here last night. 5:20 a.m.


Reporter Finds Bombs in Tunis Cafes;


Rifles, Carbines Under Arab Cloaks


, N=hB, French North J
June N8 (N4A) Noted
smoking a water pipe, wli
-d around the table, I
arOmouth, like an Indlsa p
A tat Pubs, w
robs and a bluis
IA. of ho$-mh W
0'"~w to. w41m b
fla do* e wS" :
a A J..


ais ~L


'F. Je


water of cigarettes while
hIeM. A camel caravan
lbrthe night, pitches tents
Wdi "U. S. Army-First
ry Division" .Won at
Vu=s sales... French ban
.a Boy Scouts, ay kiddies
raot" for Nationalist prop-
Siouldert Almost
i, do ys and dert
m step op World War nI
Wanted along Rookmels
Si.tot, and are blasted to
its carefully comb
Omd other dotard*
The powder is s
for home made bob@ to
SStfanch -pportes. BI
iE t ha reb -are eut
Capoael- NaLVd Z
anasealed undort
Hught: Are lmg0
aord 1kr U shoot-

a,
Ti.n e M
SWs. g O


Tunlal. PrLetically he's a
French prisoner in a cocoanut
custard palace next to the ruins
of ancient Carthage.
The Bey Is mad for medicine,
poetry, watches. With a private
intake of maybe $1,000,000 year-
ly, his place houses six doctors,
two po ad a thousand watch
a, many diamka3d decorated.
h Bey gleefuly injects ari-
ous serums into two favorite
dwarfs, hired to make okes like
aclams l a 10th Century mon-
arch'at cot. Whenever the Bey
visrt anoler of his many cas-
tle, i bull is sacrificed on the
ifespite the high cost
TWho rench would drip croco-
dfls ears, if Bey would drop
dead, Merl, because he doesn't
daUMe the Paris political polka,
wants Independence for Tunisia,
ead all power for the Bey.
erW .thigs I like about
ft rW ay white collar Arabs
"ar M- ahoes to work, only
om nme before enteingg ol-

eommiuniin ever huanutsff Pa-


ris we'll cut clean."
How many Arab war walS,
now of voting age, remeatr
fondly GI friendships. O-n
showed me a snapshot of Xa01-
as slogger who died at GafWM
"He bought me warm clothe.s
How politely hack drivers 18
froi you (in Frenchl. "SOgM
sir, law prohibits amokIng I.
taxis."
-oOo--
Feon things I hate al
Tunis:
How some French, Pran-at
at Nationalists, have decide
meet terror with terror th
KKK-style "Red Hand"
nation. .
How sanitary standards
shoek a water buffalo '
your soup? Walter will
match stick from his v et,.
intruder out.
How labor. law's
wages are leos than
ond mea t urepea"
inurant.
How tht seeking
done s -rats tiSaD m i0
de* drive, UM -
Unk1 "M


Vii,
3K7 v .'


4


- .''.~rtaL. --.* F..


erian.
I' AbraimLncou ,


" .


e
ii~


.. mail
-.


M


MttMc46iw
*""-NVAWM ;*


" t "


*,,f


** "' .'


C ~~'


Sfore


to 25o fal
. -a ftralm


"Yllcl~M ~eP


. 6


~111


.101th r W-
d6dift. I









- '9
THU


AMKICAN A.


,THE PANAMA AMERICAN ,
lSe e as 1pL1bge f w "w PANAMA AUwICAN PsMR INC.
by oN !OT P 0. O"X 114. PANAMA. R. w P
ftL.PHONU PANAMA NO. 4.0740 fe LINts)
C aI.t ADDtMMm PANAMEIICAN. PANAMA
COLON OPPFCEt 12.179 CNTrRAL AVCNUe KTWESN 1RTH AND 1STH 5STaIMs
FOweN iRpRNEsRATIV-EU JOSHUA b POWERS, INC.
a34 MbAlMON AVE. NtW YORK, (17) N Y.
LOBAL. V AIU
pMr t, *N AMCE.- a .70o 8.0
*OIi t -UA. IN ADVAN I-.-- 4. 11A
*:0* = "At N M 4VANe o so 4 f


THIS IS YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN


THE MAIL BOX
The Mall Jox is ea open ferum for re..ders f Thq Perme Amer-
ken. Letters are received gratefully and are handled is wholly cenfi-
deetiel manner.
If you contribute a letter don't be mpatient it it doesn't appear the
met day. Lete s re published in the order received.
SPlese teh to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity of letter write is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper esoseme no responsibility for statements e es opinions
pressed in letters fhem reears.
A0-A
ABOUT THEM AUDITING


You know, what I was a'tellin you the other day about au-
ditin and other kind of work. A friend of mine who used to work
In the storehouse keeping some sorta stock records and a little
cash and stuff jist changed over his job. Same kind of work but
a different spot. Along comes the boys and girls from the Per-
sonnel Brewery and studied his new job which was jist like his
old job. But this time my boy tole'em he audited them there
stock records and cash and by gorsh iffen he didn't get a two
grade permotion. Hawl
Now the word audit aint a magic word at all. No siree. Its
a simple kind of a little ole word but the trouble la, most.of the
personnel analizers don't know what it meens. Yessiree, Iffen the
personnel director was to call them analizers in and ast them
what all does audit meen? Wal, I betcha there aint moren one
of 'em could tell him. Which is a good thing, two, on account I
like to se ethe boys and girls getting nice high grades. Now that
Congress is whackin away at our pay and privileges thataway
looks like them thar permotions is a step in the right direction
and that's fine. Iffen they keep that up the first thing we, know
we will be getting the same pay foer our work down here that the
folks back home is gittin fer there and that's good. I'd like that.
Yesliree, we couldn't ast fer more.
L This cjinda cooperation from the Personnel Brewery is some-
what sort surprisin. Goosh, handing out them there big grades
to the decimal point pushers will soon make them bigger sellers
as important as the personnel fellers and they outnumber them
now about three for one. To make matters wotse, every, time the
personnel fellers sat for a new position, Congress whops them
down and the decimal point pushers are way over their ceiling
now and spreadin out all over the county seat.


An that aint the worst of it. I hear the General Accounting
Office snoop squad is acomin down here next week with a nice
new set of knives fer back stabbin.. What I cant get thru this
here mule head of mine is why Uncle Sam has to send down
auditors from Washington( at $13 per diem plus salary) to audit
the Canal accounts when the Canal got an army of auditors
audiftn the same accounts. Havin auditors to audit auditors
etuditA can cost a lotta money. Gorsh! Are we gonna havta pay
fcr that, two?
Sadeye Sam


V


SISTERLY .HELP Six-year-old Ttrlcla Sprofera, of Long
Island City, N. Y., national poster girl, receives a donation to the
United Cerebral Palsy drive from her little sister. Susan, in
Tlime SquaM., New York. In background is the 2e-foot "Beacon
f M Hle" symbol of the campaign to help palsied children and
Adults.

S. Answer to Previous Puzzle
SDiVers DrikVf s "a


MOSIEONTAL VERTICAL
I *I Popular 1Water faucets
Chtine drink. 3 City in
j"4 Pepular Pennsylvania
SGerman drink 3Tl ed
Soft drik .4'Portendedm
12W W i SGoddess of
01hrious book' discord
Is ous book Vita's old

18 e chocolate
is et ele Sieditvian

S11 Itm i river
21DmDmauAlW 17 o "

SWo-o--- *_ __ i ,
I2M Drinks i


aSpanihmt
writer
at oneet the
ruitemd -


24 Ice cream 40 Drink made
drink from apples
. 21 Angered 41 Intervening
26 Wilted 42 Hastened
27 Unfeeling 43 Group of three
28 Indigo 44 Air (prefix)
29 Simple 48 Love god
31Classes 47 Give forth
33 Darken 48 Certain
38 Singing voices 50 Cravat


And

Comment

By Vlctqr Ulel


Dwight D. Eisenhower has no
more intention of being a Presi-
dent without a Republican Con-
gress than he would be a general
without an army. And he hi
been told that there is great dan-
ger that his party will lose con-
trol of the House, and possibly
the Senate, in next year's elec-
tions.
Therefore, the President has
reverted to his standard operat-
ing procedure, which you might
describe as the antithesis of an
earlier general who put his mon-
ey on getting there fastestt with
the mostest." Mr. Eisenhower
plans to get there with the
"mostest," but he'll bide his
time.
Right now his White House
general staff has developed *eo
political battle plan for him.
They've suggested the revival
of the "Citizens' Coomitte*,
apparatus which helped him
finance and win the nomina-
tion and the election last year.


It was just about 12 months a-
go that the drums were being
beaten the loudest by the "Citi-
sazens For lsenhower." Their
clubs of Independents, with a
million dollars to work with,
were about to put him over de-
spite the opposition of some pow-
erful OOP regulars.
After the nomination, these
clubs cut DI'k Nixon into the ti-
tle-arid dashed off after the In-
dependent vote.
Guided by a central staff un-
der Walter Williams and Mary
Lord, they worked with the fer-
vor of martyrs 1li many a lion's
den during the days when the
smart money swung suddenly to
one Adlal Stevenson. Not 'the
least of their chores was to go
after the Democratle vote-and
there are political sages In Wash-
Ington who say that the "citl-
sens" army won Tennessee and
Texas for the General.


Now the battle plans call for
reaetrating these "c I t Inea"
elubr, ot as a national organ-
Iation but In the Congrer-
slonal precincts which the go-
UUtical speelalists are quietly
telling the White Bamse can't
be he& In '5 without extraerg
dinary help.
There still are in every metro-
politan area of any aise, and In
every tatte, the .nuclei of such
groups which are not in the GOP
bbkt are ready to do battle for the
Republicans to give strength to
Mr. ]lsenhower.


It ahoultbe reported here that
Mr. isenhowt' has not yet ap-
proved this btle plan, which
most likely wi be blended with
others to bf.pt the powerful la-
bor drive a anst the Republi-
cans. No cte In .the White Houe
is underestimating the appeal
the Democratic-Labor combine
will hxve.
Truce talk have injected de-
pressionlitters into many an in-
ustrial community. Just how
many no une can tell. But the4
areas where labor is blaming theI
GOP for a possible recession are
substantial.
Only last week. for example,
staff members of the 4 L Labor
League for Political Education
told labor editors in Washington
that there will be 90 Congres-
sional contests next yar which
can be won by a handful of votes
-and the labor stratexlt ex-


ect tq take a majority of them 3ROAbAW
;rom the Republians.Sa
The union men believe the ai Led
Senate races will be tougher be- d
cause labor will have to spread
Itself too thin to fight across the i.
nation. But there will be money th
for a terrileic political war. The ohle(
AFL Is collecting a dollar a man Sug"r as
from its Mlljons. And many a I
CIO union is putting a dime a sehle-
man a month into a political 5th.
kitty. Guena.
The ber I"e ee this as eRa M
their ep ito bo in Mr. the
_Rbebewel*tmu &d & eadt-
pint hto a U GOP reord
Stlher4alpmzpp8MSl Salm i
**e MraL wftde disai
AD h ih .ala why the weddl
White o Lua so Wol now, even c55 eso
to the AW4 Mr. smainhower was 4Iadam
told b ame of his early strate- Not a BOR
Piets that the apeaitment of ase'd tItt
MaM ,Durkin to s U.S. La-
bor taryahip wMtld win over h 1
the AM .
But xacly ope day after the f5ar
inauglrsota wofd from



calionra thalt M 01 td
troup was s"k,
s < *' ther e
Al'Lbegan 0











townr


4; -


- .





Sily wCensrs
'yfosu.I


Censorship is the one weapoul that no stilae a
set of men have ever mastered -\dmwn the mid- W
die, that Is, for the greater good all e rn-
ed. Give a man a blue penaci Bd\A4au apd i
all his own preludice come railing o, a frm L
what he cuts you have the picture of gl0o M '
In matters of real Meurity, our armed forces
bare been otorloualyu "dwat at gnaet It
& allowing the buubd y unmoleate. .
T Is andertandable, daoe ood p w- w
porters like Robert Sherod r. ny Begstort-
who grayed my hair in the last of thetwar- s
can always sliD a swifty put erq6 a reformed ed-. t
itor with his educatisU u to gost tricks. And sa
then the services love to bag ahout their '~aw -
brtnds of death-dea3ng daadru*, of cous,.2d" bi
Iust liain ran UIH hrna M the a lm I '.. V. v


others. I he fiatE1t p


rn '4:


A hm bnrteK .lf-
. n from the rt


ajl ofte tleat war, USDg. 14

U.* f


~A~4


Wet


wet


the o


In
is owi
the pne


t. "
albh to


' :- .


- i. fn
nd ftr two-ri- f it UWwi fle


ntS ,: meet ef thu 5 t airtS
"...

I ghe. -. Wi- 'I-,th aw


S" s..ne 'prepIma,
rtidles madm e O H etwWW u,!
r t w 0 *mnoQI I X t'll e '-- MM


*77 ~


ff, r 2=9e sigg.. jge f
'atw
AN p


~~I


'I-.


a. -
taklag


.1' F


p


- .
w 'vi


A..


-M r..
- .** : /
: .... .^ '


IM.


.J o


- s'..


1 ~


U Wg fM
iatwo


~1~a


4-.


Peter'


LA '4 0 M, L I L3UU AUJU
UUM, UL11.313L] DOU
OLIM -VOU
r.1130 '121-11a
"13m- 11 cir-Im

riprium oopocoiao
Ur-IL CJ N u [IV 40
to r U li 0 ED 1.3 13 lz rl
unmuou uoQmuE7j
11 to In 0 rl L2 U Li
3UM
Lr, LEI On
ir ritr, F-1 D r
,Atm- C9
13 i 3
L inu


"I I i i t.|


. ~.:~ r :-yi~


L
.


r


ir l


q


(-


... --


. ,..-,-;


1.





* 1


*f.,, ,


Kh A '*' .



-. **6m m


r,.


r -


u-ga

li f
*MD^- "


H~usEllE


4q. WI b UI~t


'^r i"," u -*
.90f^S *

Mir'^T^^^^


in.. a


--S!


wem


med for
in the
Inade-
Sneeds
em-'
o the
pment of
th the


I y ol Sin~uni-

"Iar a d f6r as-
ii a to. ng on
;AJmr i -to the
AW Air etU-time
am who are cl=n of the
ineJ~ts.


re-ha ieof the
m will point






g factor IA a~algnments
q qarte ar-
d eonretoe dwlength
al radtns







Sa-rt tte Citvilan
ael Noudang ofloter, ap-
ltey forty famiut es are
used .and' one himdred
,y-nve ar underhouied In-
-with tA.de of the faal-


kJms uf the. er-under
ii the excbpae
t of sent affect-
mat, wibe r
,,sHy t pee 'I r toreoon-

tiilmhe tappe omonsg
d In the-ppilcy for $gamI-
.* *. .


rlu4


lip


*I I
rar
Ho
thi
He
G1
of
ttll


so.."....a..-.
Mft4 **dl**4


tfrous

n friends.'
mau year.


S* .
,i,. __.*. J.


^^ 'a
SIu
ss,... *


"THE RICHES OF RACE"
ph. 1:7-12
(Chidren's Chapel (ages I 11)


6:30-B.T.U.
7:30-PEOPLE'S POPULAR SERVICE
Memae em the Minor Prophets

"THE PROPHET WHO NEVER WENT TO SCHOOL"
-Ames

K. H. BIBTY Saking B HOXKO l7-RADIO OUTLET
U-SEST POVIDg w D EVERYBODY WLCOM .






FN POFI ATAOT. INC. ,

ANNOUNCE


SIS "P&T FORESTER"
AT BALBOA, CANAL ZONE


JUNE 24, 1953


Accepting cargo for discharge
LOS ANGELES, SAN FRANCISCO. PORTLAND
SEATTLE AND VANCOUVER '

Excellent space available for the carriage o
vjna fish and other refrigerated oargoe


, "X .1 .co


r S'
L. ,..



Ailk.


Forces iviilloans



l:wr Ike's Supporters Defeat-
rther.hous- '
. Bid To Cut Foreign Aid
lies are ae,, '..
considered o0 '
quarters un- WASHINGTON. June 20 ve been oo House supporters of Pres- make many a grav inistke jI
ds 4rea dent Eisenhower's foreign poll. the name economy. BeeWrltyi '
and the cy yesterday defeated a concert. morel-poeous thln dollars."
\ie has ter- ed effort by some Republicans Republicans l a d
and a handful of Southern gave him a standing ovation.
P Democrats to whittle down the
tter-which 4,998,000,000 foreign aid bill. B r r C s
pants. the The House stood fir against DBurglr CaIS
oi the find- a series of attempted cuts after r
aitlosf La Speaker Joseph W. Martin Jr. Police For Aid
Icy Board pleaded: 'Let's give Dwight
government Eisenhower a chance to prove MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UP) -1 -
spresenting ll merit." A burglar here had to call Z
orW who The votes were taken as the police for help at the m
reset the House moved closer to final ap- of the "job."
1hei knew- proval of the giant foreign aid I've cut myself upa J&-
roem and program. The bill under fire broken my ankle," he repweftk.
in the ci- was an authorization to spend by phone. "I'm lying & t on
money for U. 8 allies. Seperate floor In I second-floor
legislation is needed to apro- and I need help badU" :-
led all as- priHte the funds. "Are you working th ,
sing in the House Democratic leader Sam the police operator asked. "
. that i- Rayburn (Tex,) backed up Mar- "No. I've broken Into ,o
new liy" tin, warning that "Isolationism" place."
Ss buI .s "crawling back out of the. The police sent an am .
eflt -eOf shadows." lance and squad car.
fitin the House republican .lead er oert C. Jah 2, told i.
Charles A. Halleck (Ind.) blunt- Ilee he climbed in a 1 i.
Iv told OOP members that Mr. sad dropped almost 10 fLta. '
Eisenhower carried many of the floor, landing on.
them to victory last November. barrels and other articles, in-
He said the bill had to be sup- .e.,
es orted or the nation would Be then climbed t .a
ce ,"have to spend untold billions t secod floor o ff
e Mt Baau- more to defend ourselves at our simred the glass pa
rch. Carle own shores."wrist.
'ea !tS .., Smith's amendment would Polite said blood on
. ServO e have clipped $21.189,000 from desxs in the office in
His r i -Btary *d for Poae. 1.- t Jahn searched them before ho
inald The. l atary f or Portu" al.d ". became weak from the loft d1
ad ThWS in and $1.0.900 f rom a il-for blood and called for aid .,..
alibe i Itary aid for Yugoslavia. Loag Lt t Ring
d Saturday '.Ie House also reicted 159
be held at h Housel tecld 1e JACKSON. (UP) m /em
Halibethn to 96 amement Kirkland lot h class i
ad the N Janes G0. Fultom (R-Ps.) to cut swimming on the beclwh
d the NeO $100.000,000 from Yugoslavia swimming on two y he beach
Sister L. A. military aid. Next it turned lol two years ago. Reent
down 154 to 100 an amendment got call from Jackon Central
Bby Ra. Homer jge 4R-High A woman had n it b
Cent he y Ida. to Put A IN fM her brother had founl .
seeal ser- e sand at Biloto, ot
e go...... a year, then
on pitualtou he bll cae U bakto.Jacko-m
an Miguels amendiem. fp. M Aybe. o Iu
s of revival H. Sol*t (W ..'
era for the for I p ad
eaeDconWi-16


-1.


bout4wenty-7fatUl
pected to bb a= ed.
Mo t of the fImilles
ineligible for public qi
der the new aly h
cupylg housing in
since Wuld War II
prime neeet for tt
minated.
According to the le
was furnished al occ
directive Is the result a
Ings and recommepd)
Civilian Housing Pol
which included six g
employed civilians re
the Army and Alt F
were selected to repri
residents because of1
ledge of the houdsn g
the general situation
vUlan communities.
The Board recenci
pects of civilian heow
Panama area to Insui
plementation of the
would reflect equitabb
tlon and maximum ul
the new housing ben
majority.


Mt. Holibeth
Church Servi
The services at thi
beth Christian Chur
leana St., will be on
Thursday and Sunds
will be conducted by
The Rt. Rev. Reg
Rho-James, Bishop
Oterseer of the H
Churches of God.
On Wednesday and
revival services will
the St. Matthew's
Church of God behl
tional Stadium. Te
will be conducted by
Branker.
Tomorrow at the
Church of God In
Bishop will preach a
mon at 7:30 p.m.
At the King Solomi
Church of God, Sa
them will be a series
ervliex frmam the 21
27th Bpeap a skei
week are Deacon X
pin, Rev. Chas. Reid, 1
mnn TlArdrm MeT. an


r'1


fm n-
y:..L


L .


.iI


't "' '- ti M*




* ,, -1 ; :- '"
air

Ti


.- .* ,


_L


and Ulshan


<-
.'^
*


: '


hv.ra ]


ly


-.
". n


r


p tw-ott


"nasL^a^^^^cc
77-7-74;,40#q^ *
luf;8'"-1 off"


It


ITh
nma, -


MIL I '.ml..-
NM Vpj. 40W 400M






* ~~'T


R'.4


Th Pacific Steam Navigallton wipny
INCO0PORATED B ROYAL C8ABTK= 10"
Royal Mail Lines LMd.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU ANID CHILE"
M.V. "SALAMANCA" ..................... .... June 26th
M.V. "SAMANCO" ........................J...Junt .,.
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" ................. July. m
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUfA,
SANTANDER AND LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,009 Tpns)
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAV RRY ............................ June 21st
S.S. "CUZCO ....... ..........................July iot
M.V. "SANTANDER" ............................July 8th
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "DIEMERDYK" ...........................July 4th
S.S. "DURANGO" .................... July 18th
TO UK/CONTINENT


S ,S, "DARRO" ...................... ........ June 2th
M.V. "DALURDYK" ....,..................... Jn.it.
S8.. "LOa CH AVON" ..............J..... ........,.July
Al M aUnsu Stuect to Cahitg* Withoat Noti.e
PACIFIC STRAM NAVIGATION CO., Cfistetl .Tel. 14/S15
0Rno CO f PAJIAMAM-Av.. Per *55. Tel. 3-IM1/
BA1,A1.1A-Term Blds. Tel t-.195





UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Gftat White fl


NEW ORLEANS SERVICE 1
S.S. "MATAURA ................. .. .... "A
*S.S. "TIVIVES" ........................ .. 6
8.S. "LEON" ................................. J 2
*S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ............................ ne 28


* Handling Itertertned., ChUIed S~General Carg.


NLW YORK SERVICE


Arrives
Cribt6bal


S.S. "MAJORKA" ...............................June 20
S. S 'I REDIA" .................................J ne 21
S.9. "CAnE CUMBERLAND" .......................June WIr
S.S. "VINDEGGEN" ..............................July 4

feequent freight sau trl n Cristeobl to
.We Coase Central Amerteam M.er.

Passenger Sailing to :'New Orleans Sailing at
vin Santa Marta. COl6mbia. 8:a0 a.m.
S.S. "CHIRIQI" .....A ...,..S,. I6.....Jane M

Weekly sailings os Twelve-Palnar Ships to Now York, New OrlIang,
MNob. L. AnL aes.. e. rmud.a and .tttf, .

TELEPHONIS: *,
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 B ,


I 4 I

fw^Ws~a'sf.


.unb~~ai C / \ 44.


U


* .


0I






f-o1l


V


Kt;P7


"Pleaso don't mpeke a fr auy.I )qt AOr Ow
on a ball bat, Oeor nn.--JlS 0e P od up Ie .. d'
own 10961 tdapvl
__ ^ __ ___ __ ___ __ ~~ ~~~~.4' ** .-; .* .


uIoMr Ap aI' Af vso uPACWIC CCOAss
4____ A pe#d Wn'rbur .f uassese DBrsh)a
TO VIKOPE:
S.S Cherbourg ........................ ............... July 4th
TO. CHIM3tA, aU4c i natU 4" 4 L:a
o Aud ..L................................. June a th
TO CENTRAL AMEBICA A WTU COAMV I.9 A.:
- M.S. Wye. nin .. ................ ..................... July "aI
PAusmGEik sanfCz FUOf" CANRAOGA TO wumdrs:
.S. Antl .......................................... June Iauh
FASSENGE RVICB ROn M u EW OMK TO rPLYNOUTB LB iAVRX:
S.S. Flandre ........................................... J n lth


Cad. .AP


By Cm brai














!WC 1A* M


i[ 4


cad Cse


'A


n .' r, e.
,t-' .t- .


"' "' .. : ..'" ,-rf t JL.^|H -t
.,, Nl|Mi
4 .l'. ,rw ..iS -
.'. 4"^ r 4;
I r ^ ,' E^ 'j1 **';.


F''


-, lJJI- a


INDBjaNEM LtNo
woky ret cLr,. e ln. kniem ye
CrWolbal: FRENCH .LIN P.O. IB Ilz TeL .-2416 & 11il
Panamn: UMDO MADfIOD. L. A. BDn .nI
T4 PFauOm 3-1i 3-101-


.- c .-


I


FURNITURE
FOR

Bedr Dining-Room LijUng-Room
S P IMPO"TER
)nly finest se*les* *o_ used.
choose your own 444i.
PAYMENT PLAN 0 CTOM0ER

RADIO
7110 Bolivir Av


S, .


" x.. -,,


-~ I .,,..


4 .


JEius WLKIn. F- aeh


In the Jungle


_l f.


"AS.A CAN TRAL
U SRM KENT MELLO,
BUT IF NHE LOOT IN THE
JUIfAL.E NE M*WT EP? '
OELP PRONT. WHERE'W
Wr YOU LEAVE HIM?


MELLO
SNOT .
TALK!


' THEN BARilT-POPL.
NOr IKr-BMELA.LO!
WANT TO1E LIKs
&LAMOIROUS EARTH.
6lL... ~,.&... M. yE,
SkTAMKE ~',"D7V0


vu4~iB


F" iwr


a .i


~3i


The Pinsh


:svus~


0

V.


a rl


SI 44 yCi~Pi


F


More Netl


, f~' .


. ..


oT -


I


./1e


K.


, *-.
.. ,


k -.IS' I
\. ....,


_ I[ I L._


41-


'T~y~ill


i I


.


II- "'"


. .. L


I T 1 ;


'R


I


11


Ar


~jl?;s~


I I


L- ~ I


l


liQol i






.4


Program Lined (


ali,.~h. r :s4 -.
lb be to r tt













-61..log and fredshaft eIstnewsen thage hm
14 U0. Z6 Page
ag44n 6 ?Pg Passo

wispend afO



-I Iblv.' .
be. wer. qh




--P- week eo. Contract sho wnto.
'muea^e siideo e f" "h'rt't "'
g.ehetm trick to th
N. Pol- vez w3il.f :or beawll













to a us. CastabalL y t
-.at t :0eetl g. ra






l nd three' hi- hand with Mhe king of
S tihe Aand led a low lub
-h pco. ford to take

ea 8. St South both the aa
(Z: ,,,0 WNtry, Wallyt



'"' woulleiventpo s .

,* dummy V t w aso d Tn
the lostathslubufs6dif ht

3,,Jh b~de tieoid ha. U


JI et tl laahe tNoen ornt racl













I P. d paw ed gt lty toela


(fiI 6am


Mald, Tusay

The Cristobal gasoline service
staton wll beld a day
Mon dTuesday while
alterations re in progros for,
the storage and sale f preum


a'" A rge ahioment of high-test
( ar lIne ia scheduled for deliv-
,st at ery eartl next month and will
Club- be played en sale at most of
of Mr the Commiiary DiTvion serv-
S* lece stations. Various alterations
hIs at for tIe sale of two grades -of
under gasoline were required at the


vy are sta
Id eam for
lnong tb
onto M. a


1 :3ts Am. tLS*r p.m. Jeep
rides. Wy trMa Mdes. La Do-
ca PlaypEund. .
1:q ip.. Tank Display. La
BOea P.
8:0o p.m. BmaZetbal finals at
the YMCA GOaMStIum.1
3:30 pn.m. Patrolt Xmwds,
Balboa Sidlum.
4:00 wm. Mased Babd Con-
cert, Balboa Stadium.
7:30 pmn. Ftirework display
from Soa Hill.


l#am


-sme statons.
To milnimi e Inonv
to customers on the
aido while the Cristobl
ttatlon I cos d thed
force there will be
duty at the Margarita
which will revle Ita
hours so as to be open cootH
oly from 8 a.m. until 6 p al
both daym.


Trademark o f eeefBea
lON sand hort wave mie
from aJm5 to $am
TROPICAL ELECTRONICS'
45th St. No. 2 Bed lpft


f 24m moef


L~J


om.*ay so 'dmed S59Im
fulL rich some standard ist kerborwd compca i
asM HUh, sespomive saioa moderns a price.

RADIO CENTER
7110 Belivar Cel 41


V


Come! See one of these Beauties


--- c'PAN NAMA" !


r .a~ia~ Areuminha~a


4MlVba MaA4 Gaglne


9


mndl t


-r--' .'


a Shirley Van Der WDJ.


9 P.M. SUNDAY, JUNE 21 -.
, In'the patio Dance Music by La )
(n ua s alm S Jp. "f thlb 21.t. th AmbI wio b.
Ike .. she i.)


- A T


IK E.d.
,^ I


,^{ ^' '.' "''*.-


* -'.4
-I


SA PU


,- .4,4


I '


>.4





;'.





* A
i


-I


PI~4b1l~- C.4,


it 6t*
i *B


. .j


hu*m


(
.4-


-I ~---m---~r-rrm ra~-r--


66.iLm


.r


... .~.. ---


, .--.,.


.. 1.


..


^


9 pasImsw


Pb~a













You Selem...


Leave ybur Ad with one of


Lewis Service
- Ne. T-ili Ave.-Phone 2-2a1. and


Morrisn's
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0641


4 ~

~P4A;1


our Agents or our office" Ni .b "" -" .,

No. 12,179.Central AvT '

Sal6E'de Beleu Amaelreiae
No. W W lt 1i2th stree** .. O ,..1. I "A

Apad* Iterlscioma de m Pi Nui ..
ML.3 Ittery Plaug Po 3 '.' u '1


".L
:,.: ..,


0

'I


.FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE ,-.Beutiful genuine Chi-
nese Dragon Rug, in perfect con-
edition, 8 x 10, a boiqf a two iron
flower pot Stands, mq ;any center
table, mlr.F 4top. Pictures 37th.
St. No. 7. _uptairs. Tel. 3-1025.
FOR SALE: Piano $175. Bamboo
sittigroom set, with red leather
upholstery. Perfect condition. Son
Pable St. No. 771, apartment "A"
Balboa.
-OR SALE:-9 cu. ft. G. E. refriger.
aotor $50.00. Steel dresser $15.-
00. Telephone Balboa 3150.
'OR SALE:-Metal dining table, buf-
fet, 6 new steel chairs $50.00.
House 0582, Ancon. Phone 2-
2767.
AOR SALE;-Frigildaire, 9.2 ft, 60
* cycle, perfect condition. 5727-C.
Diable. Phone 2-3045.
FOR SALE:-Practically new dininB-
room set. Consisting ofh beauti u
Chine-closet, extension table, 6
chair end small side table. Take
advantage of ,this opportunity at
this $150.00. No. 23., 41th Street
Apt. 4.


FOR SALE:-6. E. washer, kAitchen
Schlock, 25 cycle. Pye radio, c.-dc,
Th yer baby carriage. Cristobel 3-
1062.
Oft SALE:--ervel refrigerator, I
at e old, $390., G. E. washer. 6
monthss old, $100. G. E. tadio
with extra speaker, $25. Green
rui, 9 x 10, $20.00. Mohogmny
dining table, $17.00. 5 pc. barnm-
boo couch; 3 club chairsN chaise
eunu $65.00. Telephone Gam-

FOR SALE:-Hlah chair, $5,00, bas-
sinette $6.00; bathinette, $2.00.
crib and mattress $20; walker
stroller $5.00, wicker stroller $15;
baby bu0gy $3.00; bottle steriliz-
er, $1.00, bottle Warmer $1.00;
00, toaste $ri..o pair twin lam s
$5.00,. diite # ip, $5; sin7e
lamp, 00; frat juicer. $2.00
61a l a Ave.. Cocoli. TeL
.4522',____
5 SALE :-TS4icing, 30 month'
;.4Id automatic washer,-60 cycles,
excellent condition, $190.00; Rat-
.to, limpary 1o 4le $7,00; Rattar)
Scoffio table $10.00; imr ple desk
$8.00; mahogany ninng tAble &
'4 hairs $22.00; rawer desk
wi lasss and chdir -$9.00; Ii
i bl Iable $4.0,,.metalPl s.50;
ki n table. 5,phs
v tic 'fe' bbox-ith matching datrw
-, poper bske $2.00; 5 drawer
.Imbl ciestf, $2.00; vanity with
!ttirvor,2 lamps and chair $8.00;
501; stand. smoking, $1.00; head-
boqA Hollywwooded, $2.00; esk, I
'tytliltter, effi$l type, $8.00;
ch t of draiers $3.00; nite table
1$3.00; 2 metol lawn chairs end
-tobli $5.00;t forters 509, Curuh.
du High"s. Fhbn 2145,


F-R SALE: Piano. China closet.
liven plastic upholstered, dining-
room., table nd 6 theirs. SIngl
bed refrigerator, 9 ft. Potted plants.
HNou 1512; AkM St.


F *' $ALE:-3 placs bembo6 living-
room set. endtbles, two
larnps. 2013.A, Ptt St. 1urun-
du.


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-1942 Cadillac 4 doo,
good tires, cheap. Call 2-4424,
5337-C Oioblo.
FOR SALE;--1948 Ford. Super D
Luxe V-8. Excellent condition. Cal
Melvin, Balboe 2-2116 before 4
p. m.
FOR SALE -Buick 1948 Convertible.
excellent condition, with good
tires. leaving Isthmus. Phene Miss
Malone. Clayton 4126.
FOR SALE:-Buick 1940 Four Door
Sedan. Recently overhauled, good
body, paint and tires, excellent buy
at $225.00. Can be seen at 1559-
B. Calabash street, Gavilan Area,
Sunday. Phone 2-1584.
FOR SALE: 1951 Morris Minor,
convertible, excellent condition.
Phone Curundu 6276, after duty
hours.
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford 4-dr. Cus-
tom sedan. $1,500 down payment
of $400.00 or $500 or 948 Ply.
mouth or Dodge coupe as $700 t
$800.00, part payment. Balance
by easy monthly payment rom 18T
24 month. See Hedley lgn.
nan, MN C 1, 1C Miole Aao,
simena, telephone PaMaM 21<0=6.


FOR SALE: 94 Chevrolet
cellent condition, heater :adi.
Can be financed. For fut in-
formftio co-ll Curundi H 1I!1
ofter yk._ d *


FOR*S*L. t @re
d edu $1,.35 Caai 6f
n 0. p18- pn
FOR SAL %41 Chlvmole,
fact f4eew l condition, .
pan lo cash. Sri Viar "e
3-46

FOR SALE
Miwlheolu


t d. -7:0
grifl Adolph met t *r
ets. Try it once od .yVou Wj., keep
it forever. Adolph orilio he
S teinddi 2er. n -
f nSR SALE-1952 Admirao T#isi
table model 20 Inch screen, w
TV Ppr 1150? PIehne No


F


FOR SALE :-$~ri ed crlb. In usel
only 14 t0.0. '769-C.
Sin Uable.,H.Osbdtw..


S n, Png Pong table and t,
e "S0'.
Vo. blinds fO uplex'Apt:
7-411 or2-1350 teph

FOR RENT

R -iPT; -- A for marre
e "pe sf at Ne. 2t

:-4iT' : -Furjiihet rooms with
trtf desire. Apply ever the
S fse UBank, corner 11th. and
l Bovar. No. 1Q.123, only en-
trance Bolivor. Telephone 233, Co-
^on.
A_ ItENT: Furnished room with
p Itivate bothropm.to lady or gentle.
.iman. 43rd St. No. 43 Apt. C,





e BATTERIES

Are available for. a

M**"bof Aut.ghbae.

ad Trte.k Tracten.
S DnDiwe~s.


..W o n ,& 2 1 9 ; A lbrWik .
FOR SALE:-AKC
Spanflo Puppies. &T "4fg.I
3198 or con be seen S.
92-B.


FOR SALE:-Compl' amateur re
station with two JtOty antonfll;.
Call Panama 3 i .
FOR ALE: G. 19
model., like new, 3 0. be
sotetns. KM*wle nlom Chnb
glassware. 1488-A, Dohrmoa.
Pn* 2-6416. .


FOR S :LE-M-ohIny 'China. cabi-
net Clayton 5246, Qtrs. 417-A.


Help Wanted .
WANTED:- Experiedeed and reliab
25 y Wr 1d,to goto Mmi
general housework. Fare paid. Uv*
Florida. Care of two children and
n. References required. Call CoM
Solo 569 after 4:00 p.m. .


French Suggest
World Agreement
To Fight 'Aftosa'
OMM4Z June s0 (UP) A aon
fsce n c otiate an intern
utm conven lon for the fight sa
)taf oot-d.mouth l

The_ 8Mtlo was put for.
wardby r'ench representative
at the eventeenth season of the
Food and Agrieltural Organlisa,
eOts Cuncil. e Idea was re,
lyteg favorable consideration
.W 4eleg01 ,6f the other 11
stber nat on a, conferete
Sources aid.

OPOftTO, Po%0A, (UP)
Three North Portrsl towns cele-
ateW tbeir 1,00h annlversari
S *x.Iig ith documetary
proof o their a_. They A:= Pd-
vas do VpemV du Condesand


ELTftLNew
ELECTROLUX











va t 7 WJiM f r


DR. WEI.. 1A E.L Meow" E'
Central Avenue K Sit
Telephone 23479, Pn .

At siud, AKC registered B xer deg,
fown coler. Coill Kable 6274.


. I--


FLY WITH A.V.I..P.A. in Dpuila
D-C-3 e Lwe. Loving Me
A. Gelabert Airport 7:30 e. m.
T e days. hru- e &M-udp
for Dovid Puert Arrnumlle Chi -
guinelo, ocas del Toro, nr
For reservation call Penomwp .-
5479. 3-1057 or .any Tr"ael
Agency.
Beautify your bust line with our -pat-
ented. French. bust enlarger, no
more falsles. For free demonstre-
tion in .your homn call 3.217,
Panama.
To 'MIAMI & NEW YORK vid AREA
Boeng 4-engine plotne. One-wy
to Miami: *' 0.00 Round Tr
$126.00. .Onewy to New Yo:
$114.00 Round-trip $214.00.
PANAMA DISPATCH ShRV .
tafelone 2-1655.


PAN eAMA-MIW ort 1 a
round trip $13 (i d lmIt

trip $208.64 (90 Ilmit). Ph.
ama Dispatoh avvM 36 Av4
Nacm a PAW) Ret.), ,
PenoMe 2-". V


-AMaOAH HOUUWU
We presume beet melds ewe
register dpln fr idekntl n,
veif roefee and reIIre hli
certify ite. "C I I IUBIIL n
floor Belle Viata Theatre. Phone
3-0U81 Panamo.


receive in tn off
gineering and Consrti
tor, Ponarr Can pal
00 a. m, July I, I nd.e
publicly opened, for fuWishln iall

topsoil). and fpr performing jl
work for plao .g of t p Of


obtained fr of of W

2-373 on -2W8'r Sefi-
S wri,.and drawings will be i s-
r f $20.00. per
li forf.edl if
UNA/


FO! sW~e
;I.___. jm '


,Amis .bS.ow


k-a---. r ---


n pan*hi
.f ot


: 1rr_ 0>r <, _

'- -' -
18ia tt~~ih


_ Tw.e -


A1WbhapertTmW1n)ji)km7


j@renp~ ty


R~l~fE~


FOR SAaLE
Bout. 4 Mdtre.
:LE-25 cycle, 1-4 end 1i
^*"*<^.ag"P.lemai~non<





JB see m


I


i


For pertgtMUkIng cdl. L F. bAiN *
the mot *it'tiqd,' lqlaa o n *I
Isthmus. t from 4r r A
of Ce SQ(72 ^
31-4947,






WT': -meoc sg,
w ,I' 1o F,
P Frnam3-402W.

WANTED
MlteHauM % US




'"an e anal Zone. (W
WANTED .- American


AM .eNam. for mate aak id
Balboa l287
to "to sell you d

WA llh.
WA : Pumished 2-bedoeme
cho i for two American
c ly in Belle Viste.
C Cpt. Jffries Pt. Kebbe 84-
6169.

Cavalry 40ptist
Sunday Services
sunday.ory'l be held at
the CaiIlrn Rptlt Cuareh In
PsAIL ta-


'a"


What yriotrftl?
dik


(Wrab 6 slpesi a g DWht to
-atest you
Iret~


-ui. '


, 4


FOR

POR SAL5 1949 Perd DOkium 4
^^ eW %so ppO, *
'M or I* -


NEW


C t'" .OLt ^'. '

UI* C(\. : i
OL < :-LI


N..
WMAH-'SO Pot


CIR WV -tO L T^
*..*..^ .; .. ;-..y" ,*'



S" ".',''tit '



I,_ -.** ^w l ..;^,
i .-, ,> .-Tm ,,; ; ;'
41
fin


4 .v.. pemr^ ^


w ,y ,1 .. .u



.'- --.:
FOR I -A4




Jl. i. t- ,, : .,'





301 .;.. .. ** 7- ., .w
t Wilt


jT-I E.


.... ...^B~ ff^^. m ... ou .


*I


* u MT"


When You Tef


., *.U


4. 4 ~ ~


41 ~


;,isi


I. .,F


"Jr~a


-


.-: ^ ,
CMF- O


V4%e a
4'1>


L._fFS


,,$ ~
RALI...Ju~ad


'*. -a g ,
** .,-.** G'


I. *'".
LE
we,


.*.i.i. .


_I ___


pmppmpvq


_n


::&


- -..--.-.~~arr----- --- ---~-


I


.F


""~` ---


I


ib


d = iPmmwmao m


.


11 I-


*** .*"


.1


4'b!!O"- I 4 A*_


fl


Il


71


--


IIr


- I v -~n-r cn--


I.


,-- ----- -- ~Y:IYIULC i.~l-l


p .


.1.


L ^j 2E-EFi^ .afQ


of 0_. .- *.. -T .


LL


!T


*I------"--*--- ^L -J__J -* '_____.____________iL.


Irt


" "


-


I


--- ---- ._1.11--


-


IrT


.' A


etll% o


ad


'~c~


. -41


,-.. -,, ^
"** *^* *1
.*.(, I
.^^


*vo NaO, PttW..*-.* T


jz,:K-,7 T ;""A


I














S.~ .1 0
,""w--tA^ "^T r ^y^^ *
ILv- .-. ^


p


Sn


A -u


.y/. $~
,.~ .,~.t


Up


-, .


BATTLE ZONEi

with LINDA CHRISTIAN


DRIVE-IN THEAI
TODAY
MIDNIGHT SHOW at 1,1:15 p.m.


amI ,O tau to toIt .
aldMt-pui mw an < ni
ybm wvadki Axty houn, woba
bwHmt-jqid wun iude lt thqr
,.i -". .. ..


ltp.*m *:'~.- x1a 4:43.-


MO A sW tg d~
9. asse pine .
&mhun, .D.3U


mil GAU-E ST(


M-j .nfi


a-IFLAS Isr` A


S, iD AXtCsMoNi... i
'A QUEEN IS CROWNED

A' rm abl sm,, in
".'NSOe 'a"I iN U weft

*w -~i TkAL: W 1A LUX T.


i


'hSi


F04 11, -4
{*A U.!
ws~


AMADEq PA *U


"awUAmJI

I:1h IPA,&W

.PIPTUnk..


Ta ePflc~ L


1:1W i6 -4dii: -.:M
?:nl 9:11 ym.


I MU=K


- DRIVE-IN


7:0 y 9:


S BtsifTS our o'r,KmoR ...I


'no I


pe


-4


I-
w
4 -.


Jbhn HODIAK Stephen McNALLY
Linda CHRISTIAN


"BATTLE ZONE"

r1 A r WE A fe It
,,i aYl.. ,.;.

A%-: A NQON-TMW AUUMG COMDTI
"O TOP YOU=KnING "
lb*omW


rnet~F~rwo*


elhIlOLIO.
A ~DOUM=
lort *e-ter. In
caeor rmmars
W "CUUSW IAT
- '*WLI i &O^hI.
sweaRv*


I
W..1-
M '* A'i.
Vilir 1.


MAL *..
* U
_* l


ir-dmr, "
flW-<


11


* I-
I."
. .1 *


~r~; ;;..


- .. .


- I.lc,~


*~tl- .. .
-' ; ..'-:' ^ ,. + ... '


--- -rr---


II,


r:


.


-.'P r-" : .,*-


r.


* *'- '
. 1- .. *
* *


W6 ^byLP


s -*l.
!.












I' aglie Shave BraVt


iAAEi"


U


7!


.,. I*


Dodgers Split With Cubs ai an N .

To Gain Only Half-Game Stars "omor
-0-T f
By CARL LUNDQUIST NATIONAL IAGU -
NEW YORK, June 20 Those smadca, m.ae W 1 e o
Braves didn't know today exactly what hit them but Brooklyn 37 .1A I Uhe clO
it turned out they were assaulted with razor and St. ouis. ,3 .M h o a
Philadelphia 20 23' .0 6 5 -'' the Nato l 3[
clubs. New York 29 29 ..500
Cincinhati 21 24 .382 their impresslve
Sal (The Barber) Maglie wield- mates clubbed out 16 hits In a 15- hlcago 18 37-: .32 the powerful Pacfit
ed the razor, stropping himself a 1 rout that was by all odds the Pittsburgh 20 4 a '.317 hom they outhit and
fine-edged four-hit victory while most humiliating defeat Milwau- 1-t although dropp a
he and his New York Giant kee has suffered this year. It cut TODAY'S GAonES d the Jamaican o *



in, picked up his fourth victory First Game oppose Genevieve McChare, the
the Braves' National League lead New York OteMilwauke b

with all of hos old-time curves Brooklyn 330 000C110-in8 11. 1 Prteo peed merchant.
rooklyand cunning. BThe lants wrap- Chicago 200 183 00o-1 12 2 MATIONAL ALL STABS
Maged up their victory in asix-ruou Loes 8-),rgh at St. Louihes and ) ustin rf
if fifth when Don Mueter led oft Campanella. Klippsteti, cmp- Stewart ef
with a homer and 10 men came son, Minner (r-7)u cker, bS Worred If t

walks an, picked a dup his fouble b Brth vitorbby ond Game RubyGenevieve McCluren he
Thomson. Dave all of his old-te, Milwaukee Brooklyn 110 401 000-7 10 0 Evelyn Wmerchan
The Pacific Basketll League e nning. The Giants w homered to apo- Chicago 200 13 00- 12 2 -1 L.ATIO ALL STAid &S
wL ague O p-gst ped up their victory in asix-rub Loes (8-3), Black. HUghes and eV0. Austin rf

orrow evnng wfa spr The Dondgers came out of their (0-2 Kf Cam lppstei, mpn and JAMAICAN ALL SAtS

with a homer and 10 men came son, Minner (3-7). Pck re ref
to bat, delivering four conse cu- Leonarduand Garh. l "00 01 M W. Wrllam

iTomKa orrow P.theve singles, picking up a pair ofed (t W il mg 3b
uu Copege an te oanL Mdy. ewalk rs and a do ub le by Bobby Sepnd R GameRu orn c
ebroo BThomson. Dave Cole, Milwaukeen Ry 1a e Bro n 10 401 00-710 0 e a
The Paeacific B ask tall League relief pitcher, homered to spo-l Chicago. 010 000 0- 16 1L
wom gel; o! toa nyng startel Mae oie's shutout. Meyer (5-4) and Waker. Jones



eamorrow evening witn a spar eDoder came out of their (0-2),lIPPatein, Simpson andl e NC SA
king aouba o header sharing a four-gamoe n streak by d- McCull Sough. o n
'iuu p. m at the BalboaoUym. eating the Cubs 7-1n aRussJ
'Ie second game will o get under Meyer came upowith a six-hitter, Night Game
way at 8.40. Tue opposing after Chicago took the. opener Pittsburgh 000 000' 020- 2,. 8 2






whiom t. his 044 001 11010-10' 17 1 moli 1 1.
quads for tBa first me w 11-8 in a slugging bout in which St. a eLouis 044 001 Clx-i0 17 J' *
be L L1 Maduro and Canal Jun- Randy Jackson, Hank Sauer and LaPalme (3-7),-, Hall, Vce. .Byndloea3n
eor College; and in the second Ralph Kiner hit h homers for the Hetki, and Sandlock. e Syl Davis
and George Shuba horn- (7-2) and Rice. ;D, Huchion
game, Albrook AFB will go nars V.hHuRchinsonM Ot
gamat bpeclal Troops. ered for Brooklyn. Rookie Wayne 1.-'Rdet a -1 eI0 ...
A'he league this year will be Belardi hit a second game h'omer New York 10 065 .030-1516 0 one
eanis tat are a getting tr the Dodgers at bat in the night- lie (4-4) and We
Noble. Buhl (5-3), JoPy, Gullle OO
acigsl aor tear champion hle c~ a a ote t a e Crle and al, St. Claire. -
T ce teamseare: Aabrook3A aht 15 C hicagn C0avl taon -,,
Ahador special Troops, games, the Phls topped n lfe- n t G a V
Navy, Baooas Highb rh C1 Z. Z.hnati 10-3 ss Robin Robertgs oW Niht nIfl5 .W 8,, '.
auor College and I.his1lth game and Tmn Gla- nTa"1 (411 1 tef
Sav ao Mhho vi, ano hit two homers, while the Cincinnati 001 011 o000- r ei



















re or Cunin college and .i their nd o Mie etroyt -oh. 001 01 410 ,0 1; ,1 No. 2
Abrook will be coached by Cards drubbed Pitburgh 2 0- obr (11-4) and ota. Naval AM :
isboe a Brooky 'soon Wilmer- l a Waseight-hingt Raffeabergerg(2-7), Gr* .) la .




















^and Highly-T ed new fa 10.1ton Whomer M man and Sl vers. y -to el_ th- aD. ail*aliliB
h as seen abon in many Trouh pitching. The r da S topped the Smith GaWemeler and Sem i 2 3 s.di .





















semlen Coyeaultoand Mage. Grn y of D4t-2.t, wh pitehed 8t.LaBI 100 000-er0O1 5 2 gAa ;o -' 3 A~ h 4
leagues In the States. Senators 4-2 victory oTigers the Boston 000 022 -4 9 0 tason-105
mutaker, an expected to n thewo Yankees -2, Bhis first defeated Lan (1-), Plge, Sturt AAL AIO
tkyrape 4-1 and Chicago de o s. McDermott (7-), on o- .A
wheelhouse of the Flyers, at- ted Phladelphia -n other and WhYte ork hono wt to o






















Watt, Bob Jones and the Mur- edoPhiadelphi t 3 Cafe Krech with a othrMA air
tack Big Ave a veteran ofok Stat Robert Scott, operator o Con- Matturri found t easy to report A bowles
d olee basebtaywill be thelp- es Loungrt who has pitched 15to pice hs coat has been sto Navaltation arewe
ed, agut by Joh unley, 15n dmes, $40 n other curHarry straight complete le. It was taken whie he was the
Thomson,Dave tball ethCuff and cy and $10 om a plaster of attending a testimonial dinner 3ff .
hopt of other vteplay by atteing. Earned hid them around lounge force Philadelphia promoted to e- June o oit t JACha C
Specl gam oops Is ays, Tue- W hed opened his tavern to- tenant. d 20 4e t 4 the at a a
pected to send a big fast team to avenge Ke=-ef Detroit 15 43 hlnt -
t h alostooalS Coth I.r suffered to the m eibcy ItM bander IVOAW GAMew ak minuthe of I

composed of the players oit





















days, and Thursdeys at Bayoa day. the safe was untParched, the Ko-gam-- a# 2tobUe thre.flo *
te eaon s ,corer, will be aid- bae oe dat p lna wll. mak e 1etINA
Tor his seventh win. 0eenpro 0o 8i r 1in|i tt

ve.a. as eatrmp ot ovsteC 000 2e10 QI 11 .1 scWlr orer1ra, e -,.,.
sh t. i010 000,001-2 -ethy sgontoll.o
league Jim ConsueMra (3lK)V fDor i rs t he Oplningebutwie.h bxtI

;Dav snoandrer pls, h t w ilthetrot .
are acidfthiseeir n 0ikDrt4A'Weeks aaS rela te States. w4*nrk 000- 0110-2 8L k 0 2 X
Bu' dy aesnad l:aGray (1-9) and.BU g7 8
wIJd be mixture of- ande voHaer a Washing- a (2-1), ScarborogArh, or,n: : "W .

ab.&d g(2u-e. andFSitzgveral.37s
The newsmen will be Big Bill f.e-hit 3-2 victory ever the Boston 000 022 .01-4 9 0 they went tHr of tde
er. Other new men are Joe Kinder and White. n. "-a
Wyatt, Bodl Jones and the Mur- Cautad h eLoft.i ."l Ix atea
snew men are exe wave of sie burgla made NEWARK, N. J" (UP) e n.- 4 514.


sl can be assred of some paris bank, all nVde his safe, In honor of two members of thei..
dm', and rerays at alI aw dy,, the safe was u hed, the uath .m.

U,98 In their M nSmith, 4 1 f
smiDth, E. 60 1-3 1'w
thenu1ec-- 0SG.22
a d .Higl-T.oug 1.. ...e ..;et.O
Te t illbagoing FO-Top1
Wstrongvsrone) 11,d 7'?W
wothawhugh a-10



And'j='ne[sonn.




o n' K.Our plawforr


neisaI"1


"I>t .*. -


I ..*


'IMM .2t.


:.t .


o "*Wf
rt ; ; --,-











Miguel Boat C(b July


Fastest

Out boards

To Taoe Pdf
u *-a-


'win
t,1'*n


I~


. ." N .


- I


P c W WN~BF


?UUh ~


-Stars Down
." 0T.

man., Visitorn 6-2

g Olympic Stadium. last night
lWa.'aR before ante-er ie rowd.
'tl The Jmg the
j- b~.i .s.a .. jytour..
ou Mt Rato is:
.4.' and a rrorless ,afild.
the Airlo'Wr^.to six
he m and 4=4mitt ailoue.
JUmilI w., Was, *at the
b rot for the vietoat wble La-
1AtH, Tere Cnualy- lultted serYen
JS alge- wr W llat' be,'
lagv, tRged with the defet.
Triples by Aa Wllas. Volta
VI Va wic

.


.1 & a .1 t 3 0 1f
e a It ,., o *
S" Hutehinson, ef 1 0
> l l enko.y, + "
oe n la .9



2 1

S ,r I e0 1

... .. 0. La e, 1 2


4 R' -.


, A..., ;





Few,
or*v


.- I.


',' -to.-


U.S J.. ........ :.. .1

.. ... .. ...


S.......... ...' 1'
.................*....


-- '




IWt IAL DE


;*-*** -: or otkw *M JIBmw. ;- .


i' o" :. -,
iii




fcj" ...,- r


, '
" i


Thk Is teA wer. Braniff
lteiKmtmnal Airw. --wsrv

a .urlr century of top-flidht air
,,e By rnow, wkeuaandKt
tewelt have mnjeyed Braniff's
*. f Uaste hpitty Wan fri ndy.
active service. They've
l* 1ere to appreciate e esomelent


,,u ,d it .and- m .. ,..en e.t..
wh itaeM.inry W~h. Bt *W ,"'
*. r- not a thnsW stin lam I b.
It's a t I o I M iw raniffl's a8

.bi-N AN" so ., of" "
1'. t- ..M ^ ^ u ^ i^ ^ k 4 ^ ^ ^


7rL~


, '


NN fi. t,
a.,'.'


rd p.1


N, N N'..
N-'


,v,, **..~
~ -~


,. ,,.
-. L


"Ii-
- .N


_ __ _~__ _I


LM
-N.

IDA.


* .5. '-.,


/


Opinions Divided On Outcome


Of Martinez-Chocolate Boui
Othpiio ,' outcome f"
ten-lund 116-pound featre
oh re t Hogan s Worst Scores In Open
Ara are a tou t evenly
w"-r= Was Jones' Best In Grand Slamn
e oplintou on the resu
of the contest pike the re- o -
vamped Chocolate to whip the
UalItU11 IPe think By IHARB GRAYSON But Hogan's performance
m va experience l SA sport Editor ganut the ern m
enable hm to outloxl Iidro. of today is still ainnats .
One plked the "BO" to score NEW YORK June 20 If AI Jimmy Deaar t M'
by a knog t. lsn't the greatestl"Why not let Hogan pla
Three predicted that Marti- goler w ever lived, certainly National Golf Day and give
nne wl win on polts i ad ne a sueer abotmaker cannot rest of us handicaps?"
chose m coe va KO. This be named. That's how far the puI
scribe tilAl tt Martins will Off records in the United little Irishman ever to
chak p viory NA. either Sttes Op h Champlonship, out of Dublin, Tex., omi
by a tioekout or n. oby Jhes is the umny onethe field.
Chocolate has bee far morecomparable, and In his ,art
Imprnsslve than Martb dur- flve Opers, Hogan was 42 Hogan claims he has
I workoqp.. .Hwver, one strokes better than the Im- five opens, jor nenMr
t i s t o tune- mortal Atlantan's five best down in front with 371.TL
S n er the ac- tournaments. wartime substitute, r e
t are of ompe n. H n tied for (and won the benefit of Navy
Here are the pre lctions of the pLy-off) and captured Unie service O
those interviewed: successive Oen t tortuous t eago's Rdgemor
1-Artaro Williams: Chocolate Meon In 100 and klnd Club in 1942. Rdgemoor
11 byKO7. llUb in '51 with ..7. That have been a pitch and
2-Jefferson Joseph: Chooo hppnr to be Jones' lowest layout, as HoWln' score
late 11 by de .la*. total -at Interlacher In 3, Indicate, but a the
3-Frank TaIyr: Cocolate 11 the year he closed out his bril- were there and Bantam *
by deChon. ant career with the n6ver- was given the samme dal
4--COhIt Bula: Martink by to-be-forgotten Grand Slam. reeplved for the four I
KO 8. Opens he won.
5-John Hi: Martine by de- Jones prevailed at Inwood, --h
lson. leioto Wned oot and In- There is a. tellag
.-.Oedwin Moore: Chocolate terlhen". B i lost a play-off many Opens M1at l ,
11 by deeisio. to slow moving, bepestaeled have now had the show
7-Arnold Anglin: Martine by and ministeWal-appearins Wi- held In 192-43-44-W4, and
decision. lie Maefatlane at Worcester. he not spent time In
8-O0ser "Chivito" a OTimldo: Oakmont was vastly trickier a oed forces.
MartUne s b dealso than it was for this year's o=gan developed his
-Jose A. nmaio: Oboco- Ol when the Georgia nfin- cure a ook to be tei
late bLy decsln. A x i 11th with his worst score money winner in 194 -0
1"-Rathburn A. Springer bil *i 3M0, la 1927. when he tied for fifth
Chocolate has always been. vie"- Wn four of the third In the Open with
torious in 4lesJu a engagws ent la Opens in which heq n 2 $, respecUvely.
won; e*f.&Brw iter M has. partlpate He was third n',s hook swept him
Three therweight bo at Morthwood last year. Into rough and tra Thetf S .
coumpl et J S. Twt- Let's look at the record: keeps the ball in ire aia -'
around am Ini ? ll-tIno iJNB uoer, don't ran as ftk.
mlnarytr Incded on 4- w1 ood ..........29. control is the sec t of ,nI
bouts r c nd t r tam- r Worcester 291 or anybody else's game.
Sonfe W Winged Foot. 294 Because of World War <
=tg .di interns t o .. ....287 Hogndid not get th
se final while BlackBi lr 28 on to d in iis t a
a B Vi WorreU in W l........ 2t.4 [iut untUil me
st" Dlb= 9 Ig moio ......... 287 the PGA Chapto ip at ,
ou .5I A3Md0 .s ... 287 Portland, Ore., wG wlf c t
"-7l Br a, wa r tocVklt Kid l a'mrIthwood ...... M8 '48, when he was rnuOt-
Mt es pre y 1 Oaket .......,28S. In the Mastersn tan
which will get thing. startedt Inr in the Opn.
1lIea4t s*Q eastern hair-elzth I the ap0"-f it
MottWO VOnCes couse. Courses wnrdly were client cost himm tijr
S. when WAnd- probably other M
In Tennis Tourney aSm i,, fr Bl pw_ asWae, 4
41=re t defoted rnes- I.M r ho wt t. ,I
to ,t- i It, n l "atch1 ". '.' ,'..,.


__ ''' --


_~Y __


,
tY












",
.
'*


i


7 --


L.", 3 i..li--' i k


'1 ''


- 1


."- "*AA-1.^ 2






4~)4?


Pacific


Cage


Ike's Foreign Aid Program

Still In Congressional Peril
0 -


.4.,


a dL ..- -


WASHINGTON, June 20 ommended by the committee.
(UP) Prsident Eisenhower's House speaker, Joseph W.
foreign aid program was con- Martin, Jr. pleading for the bill,Ft.
sidered still in danger today warned "we can make many a f
even though the House approv- grave mistake In the name of -
ed a $4,998,000,000 authorization economy." ,,
bill last night. '
Republclas n leaders Indicated Fcn l Husb ad Wife .1 E- waa. a,.
that major cuts might be made N-S H .
when it comes to voting on M. : -
actri-il appropriations to finance T TWENT-KIOGTB TEAR. PAiAMA, BA. U
the program. There also were Team To End .ives..
strong economy moves in the '
The House passed the author- Sing I
Ization measure 280 to 180, bept- -
Ing down all attempts to in- NEW YORK, June 20 (UP) '
crease a $476,000,00 cut already Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were .k.
administered. by the foreign af- the first husband and wife ever
fairs committee, sentenced to death in' the Sing '
Republican leaders described Sing Prison electric chair, but '
the action as a vote of confi- several pairs of sweethearts have A .M
dence in the administration. As been executed there for murder. Y B I
passed, however, the bill fell The most notorious pair of e o '
short of the. President's request murderers were Ruth Bro w n PIUrMUNJOM, June 30 (UP) oli the eastern end of the Corn- nounced today that tb6. 'Om- South toiha .. force,
for $5,474,000,000. Snyder and her lover, Henry Gen. Mark W. Clark headed munist-held "bulge" today and minlsts als lost' at le.ut. 19 ceas-flle. lers ,
A group of Republicans-- Judd Gray. They were electro- for a showdown today with then dug in to defend their jets during the Wteek. h.uq e N ,
mostly Midwesterners-and a cuted Jan. 12, 1928, for the sash- Syn an Rhee on the aged newly-won position, more of their Ruaaati-ade. The Rado
handful of Southern Democrats weight slaying of Mrs. Snyder's president's armistice delaying A fleet of Superforti from Warcraft probably weare It ed that "d
lost in a dozen attempts to make husand, release of 26,000 anti-Commun- Okipawa hit Pyongyang, North ed, and 15 were damaged connived"
bigger cuts in the bill. Other couples to die for mur- Ist North Korean war prisoners. Korean capital, last i ght after Th tedaouonu C"a a Itn 0a 0
Democrats generally support- der have Included: The United Nations supreme driving through a high curtal -in Korea w cut off e,
ed the President, 160 voting for Martha B e c k and Raymond Far East commander sent of "Intense" fla. e Super- tion supplies to the how Ia -
the bill along with 119 Repub- Fernindez, on March 8, 1951. for Rhee a sharply worded letter forts hit an airstrip in the cen- ea' army if the ROK M ." *' *
licans and one Indepent. the lonely hearts slaying of Mrs. accusing him of breaking his ter of town and another a few ,attempt to resist a t- etru ti
Voting against it were 27 Janet Fay, an Albany widow. word, a promise made three miles ot. formed sources at the rd xed
Democrats and 81 Republicans. Mrs. Mary Frances Creighton years ago when the South The Communists continued to Nations, N. Y., said todV these dats:
It is the first time in recent and Everett Applegate, on July Korean army was paut under exert preuue at both "M-I" R6e t. of Korea 1) AH 9.88 e ft
years that the House has fail- 16, 1936, for the poison slaying of the U. N. command. and in the Finger. Ridge a a dee on.
ed to boost foreign aid cuts rec-Applegate's wife, Ada. Clark's note was made pub- in their attempt to extend the .. munist
lic a~ Communism's high cpaO- 15-mile wide bulge. aenl tfr helb by the
m: and in Korea blamed the U. About midnight the Contmut- guns. -
N. commander for the prisoner- lIts sent a platoon' a- -
release crisis and demanded iatIst South Korean It s believed thi v'e
their recapture as the prbe 'of 00d then followed t eth e
a truce. a full company, ROKu a on N.
Clark's note reminded Rhee munists engaged in had-to- tho
that in the summer of 190, hand fighUting on the oreat resistance to a truce .
when the United States an.d '2. be co~ ded now. re
othet United Iffatloft answered "hen' the South rans A h y-. igh ly
his call for help in fighting bAd u,, took a runuat g t e i the d sw
the North Korean invaderS, he and, knocked the Reds oft Jst e t o Nand i
assigned authority to the U. N. I4ofre dawn. sign do
over ."all, land, sew and air At the other end of the bulge, I Wuld W
forces of the Republic of Ko- South Koreans repulsel br oe- -- 3)' U. 8..Mimb
Forty-six more satn-Com- late yesterday and Xiy today. At that* tim-be jl 'a-
munist prisoners or war lled 'chiese artillery tSA -
to Wedom .p t Amev.sD rounds against the I.ROK -
guards last mDst and division in 24 hbo s. -
as the erackle of I
heightened tensiba at Krea's lleA lest 1* p -
POW eamps. jla
A South Korea gurd was M
shot to death and ,n Amerman mJSt-t
was wounded apparently by air Ibst iatkep 1t
snipers. e a wee
South Rorean troops knocked war )-.= M .
Red lnfantrjmen off "M-1" hill Th. U. 8 0th Al& 0 t5



C MWEI G 604 0ZENNIES-,Tudith Arlene Jmuudl, k"
Chi Ill., is the lo000th youngster to OMe an apcount at a
turka of te .First Federal Savings and Loan Associgtioh and is
Wier, advertid =n- 18000th youngster to opi an
acO=unt would get either his weight In pennies or 10,000 psal
whichever was more. Judith took the $0















most "married" men in the country. This oomes abo= W at -
he was a proxy bridegroom for the 100th time. stop
with his wife standing in as a proxy bride s32 n tit m a w.
William A. McDaniel, now stationed in TWklp K t M tuee r
the former Sharon Fink, as Judge O. Q. aflla I ls the
father, William B. Flak, who was es man. wais l -..-


SHORT LEFT TURN-Crushed between an elevated railroad
pillar and a Chicago streetcar, this auto is squeezed like a tube
of toothpaste. Joseph Vargo, the driver, swung in front of the
streetcar to make a left turn. He escaped with minor injuries.











iD15I ~ e hSsn i Lmaehbtolb WIISugpwoelg


'41 ~
..~ ~-*.


A-tqu rtofgue wip his l It U0ord j"4 bLL -clpto
*_1_________ 01 rgIat) in

4% -'.?- *'.-^ "'' "br ^^-
09 1'- Stckol swdm ak


V


0 .,


-V .
,.i .* k, V /


-~


' .-- ~S~. -~."v"~7'F:;6*. .1 ___I


. ** .. ., ,