The Panama American


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


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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26,000 Release

POWs Be Ret.

SEOUL, Korea, June 22 (UP) Gen. Mark W. C
said today he was authorized to sign a Korean sf
whether Syngman Rhee likes it or not, but he expue
hopes the South Korean President will cooperate.
Clark, speaking frankly to newsmen following a 4
hour and 10 minute critical conference with Rhee, I
the success of a truce in Korea "would depend on
amount of cooperation received from the Koreans."
The U.N. supreme commander stated, however, I
the conclusion of the armistice "depends on the C
He said the next meeting with the Communists
be held, after he answers their questions on Rhee':
authorized release of some 26,000 anti-Red North
rean p. isoners.
The Communists have demanded the recaptuv
all of the prisoners as a prelude to the armistice s"
Newsmen asked Clark if he, But he said he betti
would attempt to recover the armistice was very
prisoners and he replied be Rhee arbltrarUl.i
wated to be careful what he lease of
sa on this matter.' Be refer- Nort
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CZ Court Revokes.
Suspended Term
Of Young Loiterer
Fupenslon of part of a jail
t1rw, r ed in Balboa
,4sxte'S. t Flrday for
Fr BotWtck, a 7-year-old Pan-
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.L'.t Novemb Bostek. who
ba,. ofP ftaed the Balboa
Cout$, was found gilty of
lotteMag In Balboa, fined $25
and a S0-day sentence,
suspended upon the condition,
tea he not ketond guilty of a
sl r u fteafge within a year.
. The new conviction resulted
la a 30-gavy J l term. and the
teaagerr wp also ordered tb
setye. IW.dftr of the earlier

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E~irf i$25 e
f.O0ner fAut&
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when applyttnr for a
to for his Buick sedan
$ 5 feme 13 Balboa
ps court Friday for
Maynard, a 33-year-
'the charge of fraud In aD-
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Stbe fact that May-
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had ms.sme of the tension cape. ieS
betwe Rhi e and the U.N. him this was 4
Foreign Hlarter ynn YTng that an nvestlgaaegmn" .
Tae, however, said in an nlater- veal the report was In
view that Sosoh Korea was Meanwhile in Londoa
"prepared for the worst" and Minister Sir Winston
ready to fight for Korean revealed today that
unity after an armnatiee. sent a strong note of
Clark aaid that olke of the S south Korea expr
subjects he and Rhee discussedd "shock" at Syngman Rh
was the reissuing of Inatuctions lease of prisoners.
to prevent any clashes between He also said In the
,South Korean and other U. N. Commons that "nothing
troops. be further from the
than to allege that the
The U.N. commander said he Nations command c
and Rhse had discussed the the release of North
possibility that Rhee mi h t prisoners of war.
withdraw troops from the U.N. Clark sent a crack U. 3.
command in the event of an borne regiment from
armistice but that Rhee had area yesterday to mago .
promised to Inform him in ad- his .campaign aa
vance. South 'orean revolt
"That time has not come," Paratroopers of the 187th
Clark said. mental combat team-tro
Before Rhee went into con- shooters of ihe bloody
ference with Clark, former prison camp upheaval a y
U.S. ambassador to Japan, go-flew to Sebul.
Robert Murphy, and Eight Ar- As fast as they filed f
my fftiees, he asseanced he their planes, they loaded
would withdraw his army of a gear into a caravan of
haUf-miMlon men if the cur- destination secret.
rent true plan is adopted. Clark ordered the pare
Clark said he did not believe ers to Korea for a "t
the truce agreement would have exercise" at this critical
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TH E A IL O X strike up a favorite, deep-throat-
ed hymn of hate.
The Mlil .ax is e open frum for wooden of The P amme Amer* Acrow the densely packed
Il@". L es iryeld greefully and are handled I a wholly # square yOu could heM. th
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pnmed lm ief*bfn frim reason. last week. Not y bankers and
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UNCLIE ZY COULD COUNT lhe "Worker' Paradlat." But that
l. thunder was drowned out by the
?or Sadeyt Sam louder roar of tank and gun fire.
Received yore letter the other and was shore glad to git a' vn as our own government
Word from you. You shore got the rite slant on them there wasigalitly tryW to talk u..
Euditers. I don't think they are so smart, why anybody can count danitefti en wor1 Cat theP
means of beans with a mWhine. Them machines think fer you. 1111 b)poth Padnieh parllan
It dont take no bralna to do that. f a t 6
thy tI Member my Unle y used tosit on the Oof{ e I

counting, then he only missed the hind end, and who cares about 'eo# Md
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oby m einst could slip up on a covey of qua l and never be h lt whl e at m
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gOttlaon and off that boat thout bein seen. Thia slicker dThe 10 per catspeed- p
htti gtguess he don't mount to mU nve we to by tel t
t__ h en of ithe woods a man whow quldn't do a de- 00athea ? IyAr thM
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a nt Io t' nol i Gotta o up the hill and cutn loe be e t, hfte rtgHee
am WS a retyi creeper tat hoe. othoiday md
n6 bitl l tand off that boat tout bein seen. Thiarr slicker th 10 per eelt dp

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tha Jaeson may refuse
because of fear of pw tl-
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tsr him. outsidee." He said the
palser "hIs 8ai nothing about
er nus role."
JacSon haa aDent his neson life
In almost complete seeo hon.
Jqja won the confidence of
Tro t ans dle here In the
late 1 s and became compan-
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Bolshevik, who was looked uupon
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Presi- sittin tla tie pactM JUrtral
/were chapel, hlMsd the uibIX
Ems- But hea went on wlt&4*no-
'team ny.
by in "We hav noti t u b
by be- Ameriea' : jury." We
must demonstrate to hs world
until we ae lo~l amob n ~oa to
,10,000 America."
mah- Mrs. ophi
klyn panled by Mr.
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I four evicted with d
id and sentenced to
i the bodies for the "few
wrried minutes before the
r final The mother the
coffin of her son, You
are so innocent. you
I per- have to take ytt children
fsked away from me
parlor More than 200 Doemen were
on duty at the funeral I r..
89,000 As the family drove u a y frdm
Person marched a
behind them.

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mberg, Leon Trotsky 1 years ago will be
leetro- eligible for parole In six months,
Limen- a federal district prison official
lamb. said today.
a. So- Frank Jacson, alias Ja
I the Mornard. who asassasiated Hot-
Ssky In 1940 and was sentenced to
r the yars in prIon "Is officially
eliibe for parole n Decemb
Spm. a will go before the poe
a ean- b rd at that time, seeretar
s rites general of the prison, Jose a-
ant. tah, said.
loes. Jason-Morard earned his
right to parole through "excep-
iered tionally good conduct," Farah
ian of sad. He added It was unlikely
." the parole board would refuse his
were bid for freedom
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able to do all the Latin"
American Dances? In-
this book 11 dance are
dicsutasd and it will be
an invaluable aid to those
who are Interested in'
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HOLLYWOOD tNEAI Be- queened it for a night with her
.aind the Screen: Jack Palancc's tickets.
change of pace from a Merchant
tof Menace in "Shane" to roman- ALL IN POINT OF VIEW
tUc whirling with Joan Fontaine
and Corinne Cah et in -'Flight to Those glamor shots Katy Jura-
Tanglers" isn't throwing him. do posed for before "High Noon"
- "I'm Just about the same," he will soon be turning up in beer
grinned."When I play romantic ads and the Mexican fireball's
ituff you don't know whether I'm agent is doing a burn.
going to kiss the girl-or kick
her." What will people think?" he
' That was the krv 'o Clark Ga- a.'ked the star
ftes earlv Jlaine and the reasimn "I worry about what my pro-
Producer Nrt Holt cast Jack in rie think." Katy flipped back.
the role- A sadistic type of gi' "It should be tequila instead of
always has trcnemndn t' a pi ', I eer."
oien." Peter Lawford loins the big,
SGQilbert Roland talking abou rade of stars into the night-|
oll heiress in "The Frenrn :Inb spotlight when he corn-
en," eflis it: plates "A Name for Herself."j
1, -p 'Barbara Ruick will appear in his'
"'Tm a man of character 1 act, which Roger Eden is staging.
uldn't love a woman for her
ney. I'd just love her money.' Paramount's Tom Morton isn't
limping for joy over the miles
SHollywood's new dimensions,of added footage given Herb
not being confined to a Shriner In Lester Cowan's "From'
em alsoe or denth. Now It's a Main Street to Broadway." Tomt
-Joel McCrea-with a new,started off as the hero of the-
look Joel. the outdoor hero who piece, and now he's not so sure.
hasn't kissed a dozen leading la-
dies In the last 10 earss. goes on Those rumors about Kathirv
p virtual smooch-feat with Grayson's health won't die
YO-re de Carlo in U-I's 'Borde- down.
1" er Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis
-Prodveer Sam SplcRl laced in- .%on't be lonely in Europe. There
to the Hollywood censors when are 23 people in their er o'"-aBe
they demanded cuts in Patrice to the tune of a $57.000 tanrpor-
Minsel'q cleavage in "Melba." nation bill which the boys are
"Peonle have to understand paying.
that opera singers have bli busts --------
pnd have to show clepvqee when
they wear costumes." Sam told 1 UA
nme. "I won't change anything In
the pic'.urc." mr m....p I

Friends are deeolth con -erned
about Barbara Brition who lost
hler infant son Pter th ehild __
had lived onl Iwo days Barber. i,, .'.'
st another child in birth sev- -
aRl year ago. 'Mrs. North's" dr -
eaglon over the newest tragedy
one of the sadder stories being
1 along television row.
efur desi. per Al T eltel-
b ~tn's definition of a mink
A movie queen's business man-! "'ll call him at the dinner hour
ager. and then I'll be sure to eatah him
-at home." Think again. Nobody
Eddie Fisher is about to record likes to have to leave the dinner
a new ditty titled. "Far From,table for a telephone converaa-1
Home." The composer happens lo tion that may last until the food
be Maurice Chevalier. is cold. A convenient time for a!
S. telephone call isn't just the time'
Mae West is so close to a IthatIs convenient for you.
filmed TV series that the sus-
pease is In everybody con- It also has to be convenient f,

dio and raided her carer r for
years, Is behind the setup. ,
Singer Rogers Ginger Rog-
ers? 4 Mas'joined Peggy Lee.I _a g
Dick Powell and Tony Martin In
a transcribed alternating disc-
jockey show for the Ziv compa-
Here's one titiP Manlvn Mon-
roe missed-Miss Blast Furnace
of 1953. Cass Dalev copped the
title at a luncheon of steel execu-
tives hosted by Henry J. Kaiser. -" .- -
... Jean Arthur nixed Para-
mount's invite to the "8hane"' Some men worship a girl from
premiere. It now can be told. so aofar--and when you see her at
her stand-in, sexy Doris Cole. close ronge. It's no wonder. *se

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be-named French premier Is July 3 Speed Ineud
It said Mr. Zisenhower will PIL l
leave here July 7 "with a view 4th St. Ne. I BeT
to beginning meetings with the.
prime minister of Greet Britain
and the premier of France the
following day."
"'The plan naturally Is de- '
pendent upon Its acceptability a
to the French government," the? L 'n, r ,
announcement sial d. "The ,
French ambassador in Wash-
Ington hai been notified accord-
Earlier In the day a White
aii2 t House spokesman told reporters
.' 'no dellniate date" had been
played 1W.'lnse as yet for the conference be-
cause of the French failure to
WE-a.n agree on a new premier. Later,
however, the White House Is-
seed an official statement after
the British government an-
no.nced that the Big Three
meeting woUld be held July 8.
SMr. Eisenhower will fly to Bar
mAida in Ib official plane, the
While the. White House an-
nouncement spoke of July 8 as
a "tIrget date" ror the meeting.,
tIhe British announcement said
IU latly it would start on that NEW T AJ [
An announcement f r 0 m
V In I i 1 gi i miu Churchill's official residence at New Tintair adds luster "
like tosw M @ 04 M. .. No. 10 Downing Street said he richness to natural hair,
wouldud aill aboard the battle- young loveliness to dull
SA. or tip Vangarwd for Bermuda steaked or faded h .Y
June 30. can apply It in a few
I..Ie 6 ,= the The Western Big Three con- No pre bleaching,. no pre
ference, hailed in many quarters shampoolng necessary; just
as the possible forerunner of a brush It on. And Vegetable
ofteBig Four meeting with Russia Catalyst D. TIntair's
Shad been ostponed, apeated reVolutIonay self tming
t becae of the Preh ove ingredientautomat
a uder o hei r rc g r stops coloring actionin 15
andencrisis.o minutes. You can't make a
et announEmen of the mistake with Tintairan
s 'U s"fmlda- conference date whlf President It's so easy to use.
6MS .Ih this g.aVincdnt Aurlol still searched for
4Wm we. 19th government since the war
combt a and represent it at Bermuda.
H HA-bombs o rvey This was the first time a
He definite date had been an-
non.ped,, aXough tentative
r- Acr" on e Jay"wfl hadbeen reached
Wk on76 Is am'de"e a e nen gmi l wie ofhdt a'
46 e Oe ou Want Ad yea gnMst9Sge 6 t a a 1the dy Indica-
Ad te e at rehali nad Mr.W" a Mbs
Mge =i b. "IOwer heOpI strongly that
T IMMt =b. h a m bemdtwat.France would have a represen- FiX B. jA~DIJO, S A.
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flower pot stands. ma ogany center hours. Central Avenue "K" Steet.Comr Oc
table, mirror top. Pictures 37th. FOR SALE: 949 Chevrooet. x- telephone 2-3479. Panama. ly 1fes'wfr, il e S1 .fttg on', 4
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room set. Consisting of: beautiful formation call Curandu Hgts. 3216 round trip $135 115 day li miti mi 3-1877. Margarita 3-1673.
China-closet, extension table, 6 after work.. $165, good one year; to LOS I No. 4-5, B5lbo~
SANGELES one way. $159.25 round.' ...
chai and small side table. Take FOR SALE-Ford 942, 6 cylnders, tr 268.64 (90 dy lirm.t n ,o. ani. M
advantage of this opportunity 0at excellent condition. 543 SmafOrthio,. aa .tch Service 36 Avend JP. ilectric icaoe g Bas sms. ..... -.
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Wett'ing hserefrigoator.Reason- iIu O m AMICAN ,UWIVISj R' lor Cl
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cyiw cQna.tion bcth for SBotat& Motorf 3-0881 Panama. t ice oN residet. Pr 3-1773.
Sl $ .0P& telephone .5boa 6358. it7
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V; A L-'- .'8cut. ft. scooter, excellent running condi- Fpr perfect tuning call L. F. -Grdco. r0 AE N
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pe. ix, lifctc stove. 25 cycle, Vic- complete overhaul. Soy's wool Pleld .Isthmus. Receive orders from any part Aprt nt C T
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on Canal Zone, excellent oppor- 5479. 3-1057 or any Travel New Cristoblc Teoiie Coain .
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(concrete). Small down payment a ge B 23 e lgboo, age. ,i New York, from Aug. 1st to 7th StWre Lefo f starlr nci6n r red.i .tnei
end extensive easy payments. Tel- quoificaton,. reference an oad- Nov. 30. Tel. Balboo 2-1631. -.-
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'lRussians Tighfw will be r"*< eo unrms.e P. M..fE iO f
(Coni from tg. 1) July 7. 1953. inthe offic f Suptr- K 'N I. "
Coin fro P 1) ... ilterifntt of Storehouses B albob, fr '
S:ect o, s eit the three wester% 4 es Railod Eluipmet. 80 O .
almig, ir a ae-plying to^ A btograjsbhy ci -Briga.d T Ste W.ireR oope. 6- t Cop- -t T"
"If" th e Jbin t-pr ~ J un e is G -r neial .B illy" b'" M o b e pelia r W ire and 3 M ls of Cablt locatedO W Pur, i shdedr c A ero s -m "iYR L"'.t T" "
t t jhWent pr est Unc 18. Ge c tl **Bliy" MiubnU. e tact Section ,Balboo Storehous i ci if desire. Aply o th
1" @ Thsdaenoctcyf' ti o No. 0,ship. be oba ho i orr ri lJth. and
Betrlh workr."s-'hoc At of bru- 1 0' A fted ie At l of Superintendent of Storeous trance Bolivar. T.fpq-2 .3C -
tality that will shock the con- ing, vaa ope of the new botP toelslphe ? 2-19W' "
Pitme of the Wort."- icld de- adaed to the Canal ZEle Lorary FR R in--setie f'fursth- -
, :Ced restoration. oZ OMmuni shVea duaag the wek,, ed room |or ca .kltr.he pr ." '.---
S .p o0,3s betwe-n the Berlin sec- The bTogritly "My broth=, r romtfoa..5 kitcheWi'priv
, Ar t t Bill," a Written -by Rduth Wit q**. t l {,u rP '
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'*^M,,ebno ga, d .or fun o.L' r
S2 public debate mor35 For furth i1
tha tconthued years ago. ," formation call at Navy Expige
tIytheeeangod.enoteclams n Office buildinlg, No. 24, N"I I
h~e~ ze nIbdme:te cl i lhtle~tge ne hks I.eW, ephan $
.dbeen gcrush-gTee iso glp
ed by the Library i low: r' /
A A .i reported tha, a factory .BiWhiograph: .How-to-do-it A 0 r
dlr n set on fire at Nachter- books Kgcry 1.
' *tet southwest of Berlin In Sax- Sc'il Sc~ s; 8git of .b- -b .-
eaiv-4Ahalt. the, Hbnd; iltad.65tes Army
As usmal. the Redit blamed in world war It, U. S. Aty dept.
emy.v" and said measures were Historical Div. H O
.,ing taken to seize them. Scleocea Planets; their origin
Ii ,,and devolpment; Ure9; air- Ye, Comuunity Station
An estimated .00,000 Red ar- an ep erand naut -- Commnity Sttio
lwvt troops held 18,W0,001 re- manac; 1954, U. Nautical
eUlloIus East German-in a 1m.anc of Praseno
unielaxed iron grip. Soviet jails ApPUd* ied a : Manual ot Wboer. 0,09 teplfb Me
bulgied with thousands of new accident prewentlon In construm-
arrests. tion, Associated general coin-
ttractors of America: and Dairy
Soviet tanks aud guns still cattle breeding Gilmore. Today. Monday, 2. s1
tuarded the main streets of EPqt LUtriture: +ha wrter i tbid.. .
Berlin. Mazdeburg. Lelpzi. Malle America Brooks: ad e 3:3-usic for an
and other big cities in East Ger-heds n s3:30e, Dere-usic for onday was

n trv -ht -n- Mmhe asn ahd s n*0-usic Without W ords t o
Dibrova flatly reIected the Al- Biography: S idney Hilan, 4:15-Sgeers on Parade
lied protest. as "lackring any statesman of American labor, 4:0--bBopls Your Adverntu -
fosndat en en heo e laugb b atter (VOA) O T
tBeihe.i Baroyan; The gentmle kingdom oi :l5-BLe RIaBSON aSOr i
S must inform you Ohe co ll; and helie egl Ias SteerW *
tht the measures taken b the daughter on. ht' Tlephour Four
i Otar authorities In the east dren Fiction The behappy b Lowell fund
ector une 17 were absolutely Bem.mans Fast turns, -Elas "Plra
Whecessarv to end the arsonswer an w at Clrk; T e 'm r is aRic; %.Wl tam AW a Yr ila aor
hen the municipals couritted bv pigeon, dley, v1e. Mva M- "(ot ,
vruts=of ,trouble-makers nK,1Cilrkland: A case for Mr. Crook, 6:00-Books Bring Adventure

asked him why he took off a Donald; John and Juan in the 8:00--vinR Salon i
leeprin friend's shoes and tie. Jungle; kanderson; The biggest 8:4-UJU w. Commentary
e sad e dd t beaue the bear, Wardr. W- Tlep Hw. (VOA)
friend looke uncomfortable." Children's Nofiction : The happy 6:4 i-Comentary bynee fo
PoaleB testified Whitte was wea- eaoarn bey: a s tor of Mo ts, :-t of POrPites' s
OU the s Ky.os and had the tie Long; Lets look in the skyA 10:00- t FromWrld at Your Win-
Whitt had an answer tClak; Thes dinfaer is luagic; 7:8Wt tram.Aliioa the 09

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leep him. burie, lets and su jungle; Sandech Sher 11:0biggest 4-Th. Commentary
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i q e etitns: l tlaBin; All about J-
-egps and how they change into Teewrwr Tiatuay, June 8 6:30
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SA of jet planes. Knight: The ral 6:-a On Alarm Clock 6
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T0 S 5 .4 1ASCHAr NU Germany,
June 22 (UP I--Government pub-
S Ji 2 (UP) li health officials closed an eO-
A o er clutched hibiton here today of two-year-
her It-l4OWth-Ol baby in her old girl Siamese twins, shown by
arms ada jre their mother for a 85-cent ad-
escape 1isdd~eF *BFtY Audlay minion.
when fire when fire hou ary The authorities took the clill-
-"t ddat even think I Just dren, Lottl and Gitta Knaak-to
grabbed the baby and went out their home in Homnber where
the quiket. w .W' t. 1 Mrs, they obtained a court.order pre
AIna rilaowe. 40, who lost her venting the mother from exhib-
left leg 11 a farm aesident in Iting the twins again.
her attie Russia. The twins are joined at the top
hNL^i? lm ^s4$ftreO of their skulls, The mother ar
draby s onMr- i hisshe was exhibiting them to ob-
c uib a& ran to window tan money for an operation to
without stopping teh titap onf seorate them, i
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Pennant Worries Also

NEW YORK, June 22 (UP) Old Giant fans,
who never die or even fade away. kept talking td-
day about a possible "1953 miracle" but this time Leo
Durocher has more than the Dodgers to worry
abhcut, as he found out in Milwaukee.
They're thinking in terms of win. Harry Byrd blanked Chi-
their own miracle up there, even cago 5-0 on seven hits but the
though there are signs the White Sox batters came to life
Braves may be coming back to to win the second game 9-4.
earth after being out of this The Phils protested Cincin-
world for two months. But like nati's second game victory on a
all other so-called team of des- disputed double play situation,
tiny, they are so explosive in the and promptly after Steve O'Neill
late Innings, no lead is safe a- lodged the protest, Gus Bell
against them. drilled a three-run homer to put
The Giants found that out Cincy in front for good. Jim
twice in the four-game series in Konstanty, helped by three dou-
which they were just on the ble plays and an Earl Torgeson
verge of winning all, but had to homer. skinned by on a 10-hit-
settle instead for two victories, ter in the opener. Johnny Wyro-
a defeat, and a. last ditch tie stek also hit a second game
Yesterday, leading 6-2 in the PhilLy homer.
second game after winning the Two doubles by rookie John-
opener 5-0 on rookie Ruben Go- ny O'Brien and one by Dan-
mes' two-hit pitching, It appear- ny O'Connell which drove in
ed that Larry Jansen would win two runs gave Murry Dickson
his eighth game easily. But with all the offensive help he need-
the Braves batting in the eighth ed for his sixth victory at St.
and with the umpires ready to Louis. Stan Muslal hit a St.-
call the game at the finish of Louis homer.
the inning because of darkness. Mickey Mantle, Billy Martin,
they battled uphill to gain a 6-6 and Yogi Berra hit first game
deadlock which left them still homers to provide lefty Whitey
2'1 games in front of the sec- Ford with more than enough
end-place Dodgers. for his eighth victory, but the
Janset yielded a walk to Bill Tigers rebounded savagely with
Bruton and singles to Ed Ma- 11 hits to win the second game,
thews and Sid Gordon for one Walt Dropo leading the way
run and. when Jim Pendleton with four runs driven in on a
walked, Hoyt Wilhelm took over. homer and single. He also hit a
He walked Joe Adcock to force first game homer.
In Mathews and Jack Dittmer Cleveland encountered Frank
washedd a two-run single to tie Shea on one ot his unoeatabled
the score. Al Corwin finally got oays and the right hanaer with
the side out but the Giants Wne chronic arm trouble pitched
then had to settle for a tie a three-nnter, putting only 3
They lost Saturday the same
%ay, blowing a 3-1 lead as the men on base as he gave no
Braves rallied for four runs in walks and faced only 29 men.
the eighth and a 5-3 decision. Three unearned runs, set uP on
The bright spot was the pitch- errors by George Strickland,
Ing of Gomez, who gained his ruined Art Houtteman's starting
third victory in the opener as Al d e b u t for Cleveland as he
Dark took over in left field and brought his hard luck with him
Bobby Hofman hit a homer. from Detroit.
Ed-Dodger Eddie Miksis hit
a 10th Inning homer for a 3-2 Dick Kryhoski's two-run horn-
Cub decision over Brooklyn in er put Holloman over with his
wbseh Bubba Church pitched best effort since his no-hitter
a five-hitter and had trouble against the A's on May 6, even
only with Roy Campanella though Bobo had to have intl&
who touched him for his 19th help from Satch, PF e. Browa
homer, a double and single. gave no walks e only 31
Dee Fondy homered after batters and drove nl1 iun with
Frankle Baumbolt walked for one of two singles 3 Bostonl'
the other Cub rknU. triumph.
Rooktie Fred Bac eh- H Pe.te J La
5-8 over the a o it '
cinnati's loin aa gh belp
games after trCmgam but ica g
opener 5-2. Pit upset the batters went into actib Ahe
Cardinals 5-2 1 other Na- second game, Fr-
tional League game. r, Fal.nt, MI hit-
The Yaqkees went 11 in ting homters. Paia. o e with
games in front in the American two on. Robinson and Ray Mur-
when they defeated Detroit 6-3, ray hit Philadelphia homers.
then lost 10-3. while second
place Cleveland lost 5-1 at YESTERDAY'S STAR -
Washington. Hector B r own Frank Shea of Washington,
pitched Boston to a three-hit who pitched three-hit ball
.-1 victory, then Bobo Hollo- and walked nobody, facing on-
,1nan did even better by pitch- ly 29 batters in a'--1 conquest
g the Browns to a two-hit, 2-01 of Cleveland.

Chyba In No-lHit Runless

Tie Against Bob Weiland
In the battle for first place in That was the Beermen's only
the Rainbow City Major Softball serious threat.
League, Ricardo Chyba of the Harlem threatened twice as
first-place H. Sporters hurl- Atherly bounced a single over
ad hitless bail in an overtime Husted's head at third In the
contest went nine innings be- first, then stole second and
fore being stopped by agreement third 8n two consecutive pitches
.;to allow the Atlantic Side to Nuflez, fourth hitter for
*cricket championship game to Harlem, who fanned two pitches
be played, later. The second Harlem threat
Opposing Chyba all the way came in the fifth as Brown
for the second place Cerveceria opened with a double to left,
Naelonal was their ace Bob "Mr. stole third on the third pitch
Pitcher" Wetland, who allowed to Charles who also fanned aft-
three hits. er trying to squeeze the run in.
The result permitted both
pitchers to continue their string Rhubarb In the Ninth
of runless innings Chyba With tension and pressure
running his total to 30 In four mounting on every pitch, temp-
games, Bob Weiland 22 In three ers flared as umpire Vincent
games. Watson called a close one in the
Wetland started the contest bottom of the ninth. Wally An-
by fanning eight of the first ten derson hit deep to short for the
men to face him. Over the dis- third hit off Weiland to open
tance he struck out a total of the home team's half of the
11 hitters and walked two while ninth. A snap throw from Edgar
Chyba also walked two but Parris, CN catcher, caught An-
fanned only four Cerfecena hit- derson off first.
terms. Immediately after the call,
Both pitchers were tight in Watson was stormed by the
the pinches as Chyba had only Harlem Bpprters who claimed
one runner reaching third the Mitchell covering on the tag
CarilUo in the seventh and had dropped the ball after mak-
Welland havingm to pitch twice ing the tag. Watson's decision
with runners on third Ather- stood. Bovell grounded out to
ley in the first and Brown in second but Atherley walked to
the fifth. keep the Harlem hopes alive.
Carillo, first up in the sev- Nuflez ended the game by fly-
enth. reached first on shortstop ing out to right.
Hall's error. Husted sacrificed Line score:
him to second then he moved C. National 000 000 000-0 0 0
to third as Arlain grounded out H. Sporters 000 000 000-0 3 1
to second. Leslie, clean-up hit- Batteries: C. Nacional: Wel-
ter took three pitches then foul- land and Parris. H. Sporters:
ed out to Richards at third. Chyba and Brown.

Faltering Philip! '
rMAiprs I s Is fill ke Bto arnmuis
Weil-wern sitp md rs e mes
Resns wouldM lee k home li ke new.
P 4 Clamtfleds k thet t richt e!
I i It

Brooklyn at Chicago
PittaWBrgh at 8L Louis (N).
Only games scheduled.
Brooklyn 010 001 000 0.2 5 0
Chicago 200 000 000 1-3 6 0
Milliken (3-2) and Campanel,
la. Church (4-3) and Garagiola.
Pittsburgh 102 001 010-5 12 2
St. Louis 110 000 000-2 9 1
Dickson (6-7) and Atwdll. Mil-
ler (2-3), Chambers, Brazle,
White and D. Rice.
First Game
Phila. 300 0 010-5 8 1
Cincinnati 020 000 000-2 10 0
Konstanty (6-4) and Lopata.
Perkowki (1-6), King, Collum
and Seminick.
Second Game
Phila. 000 001-3 8 1
Cincinnati 0is 010 00x-5 8 0
Ridzik (8-21 and Burgess Bac-
zewki (1-0) and Sefmlnick.
First Game
New York 111 100 100-5 9 0
Milwaukee 000 000 000-0 2 3
Gomez (3-3) and % Westrum.
Antonelli (643), Johnspn, Jolly
rad Cranda
Second GUMs
New York 000 101 40-6 12 1
Milwaukee 200 000 04-6 8 0
Jansen, Withelm. Corwin and
Noble. Supztk Burdette Bick-
ford and CoPer.
(Called aot of 8th account of

Teams W L
New York 46 14
Cleveland 33 24
Chicago 35 28
Boston 35 29
Washington 32 29
Philadelphia 29 34
St. Louis 21 44
Detroit 16 45

Cleveland at Washington
Only games scheduled.
First Game
Detroit 010 000 002-3
New York 201 100 20x-6
Newhouser (0-1), Herbert
Bucha. Ford (8-1) and Berr
Seeopd Game
Detroit 000 030 403-10
New York 100 001 100- 3
Hoeft (5-4), Garver and B
Blackwell. Gorman (2-2), K
va, Scarborough, McDonald
Silyera, Berra.
Cleveland 000 010 000-1
Washington 300 000 llx-5
Houtteman (2-7) and Gins
Shea (6-1I and Grasso.
First Game
St. Louis 001 000 000-1
Boston 001 000 20x-3
Pillette K2-4) and Cour
Brown (6-2) and Wilber.
Second Game
St. Louis 000 200 000-2
Boston 000 000 000-0
Holloman (3-5), Paige
Courtney. Hudson (2-6), Ki:
Freeman and White.
First Game
Chicago 000 000 000-0
Phila. 000 010 13x-5
Dobson (4-5) and Lollar.
(7-7) and Astroth.
Second Game
Chicago 015 200 010-9 1
Phila. 11001 001-4
Keegan (2-2), Aloma and
son. Schelb (2-5), Fano
Martin and Astroth.

Teams W L
Milwaukee 41 6
Brooklyn 53 3I
St. Louis 38 34
Philadejphia 32 24
New YOrkt 30 30
Cincinnati 22 36
Chicago 19 38
Pittsburgh 21 44

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G. H. Pescod vs N. R. obb.
C. M. WeathIers vs W. A. Np-
condotiton Flight
Phil Wttay .v L R. Frtaald.
A Shore Tv D. J. TMo. "
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ness meeting last WedaesV
night at the Club. The fol]ki
officers wert electedd: ...
Howard Tattenburn Pres-
C. M. Westhers- VtesP re.
Margaket .~Wfaiteriam,
tary. k
John Davis Trest r.
Bill Le Brun; N. J. tet
Bill Jamison, fred wb19L Sad
Wilmia Riley New imbaters
to the Boaru of GoverMM. 3e1M
over members to .theb mA a
George Riley. p, ., TUD,
Jr., and Phl Whitney.
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Lawyers defending alleged "Let the p~e llio i. A rut w AtA iCisl -U
sex strangler John R.Christie ,
would plead he wasyguilty TWENTI-IGiH YTEAIL FANAMA, P. MWN 1 JUNE r2, 1953
but Insane.
The announcement was made
by Derek Curtis-B e n ett,

"l- Legisaofors NX More P er"
chief counsel for the bald lit-Lre
of horror" on Notting Hill
d eight female
When the trial opened
Christie pleaded innocent. .
Such X plea is required by
But Curtis-Bennett, famednt C hiefs
n u iral lawyer, said WASHINGTON, June 22 (UP) feet automatically unless vetoed Tl' center of te cotowey The reorganisatlon plan auto- Japan.
9e defense would acknow- -The House Committee on Gov- by an absolute majority of House is a section in the plan thae- atMtally becomes effective June hE
lige reely that CAristie eminent Operations voted today or Senate. would grant the chairman of the 30 unless rejected by an absolute
ked f o ur women, an to knock out key features of jet chief_ of abaffcreaMdau- maj rety of either chamb -
old examine witnesses in President Eisenhower's proposed Some committee members, thority to pick and manage m 18 Houe members or 49 a-
nection with all f o r reorganization of the Defense both Republicans and Demo- 'bordinate working group tor.
S** the "whole Department which would in- crats, had prevously sharply known as the jolnt aff.
The lawyer said te m crease the authority of the criticized the key provision to This staff, now under the con- Mr. Ho9ver's view !f.
world kne that four mur- chairman of the joint chiefs of increase the powers of the trol of the joint chiefs as a tra weight because he the
os Lonu- I a Tha.
de were involved. Lo stff chairman bf the joit chiefs of whole, screens ms por the c Ch worst kiUer ce Jack Members approved 14 to 12 staff. They contended It would chef and does jpadework In ien rt rnar ..
on's w et on trial or and 12 to 11 alternative meas- pave the way for a Prusslan- determnZng military tr 00o, ao. *. t ,
i b ona ck urea to put therest of the rer- style general staff. levels. -
heu life before a on lkedg animation plan into effect but .
rtem at London'sgrim to strike out the controversial r .
Old the court' sections giving more power to
faned No. 1 chamber was echman;
taken. The plan's critics. Ineludinl
At 11 a.m. a bailiff rapped former President Hoover, had
three times with a wooden warned that this extra authori-
mallet on the court's oak- mi ard -
mnalled door and Justice Sir ty
Bona Finnemore-- robed in ltary dictatorship.
black and wearing the long tion is not binding on the House
a wig of Britih legal tra- but will be influential. As a re-
dition--momted the bench serve wean the committee
A clerk allied: "John Reg-voe we r k Pe ees
inald Halliday Christie," and voted to ake up Wednesday, If
tsgy necessary, a resolution to kill the ,,..
the prisoner-- slightlyso r gnaon PZ right.
stand ring Ord nari:y 11 mz Wu
o ordinarily a PresidentIal plan
riwmm --. sptsrh i- shuffled to shake up one of the govern-
shddock. ment agencies is not subject to
eS ina dark blue suit amendment. Under a general re-
and blue shirt, Christie. lean- organization law it koes into ef-
ed forward as the clerk read -
b"You are chred with the y LR e d I
murder of Ethel Christie on
aboutthe 14ith of Octobr Everestda sn
"tiiezbmumbled answer
eculd snot be heard.D Vh fl
Curtis-gennett, rose and
oe to hUistie. When tho KATMANDU Nei esi, ao
clerk repeated, the questionN -(UP)-
the Idendasnt t i. a at tried .t.
nOt ev oe l Sir Lionel tie A e controversy T,
Attorney that 4uch Scn hey r paed Tee stwi heJbuo
redL, Mittleo n chief, said tin or, Noew. Z deaadW dmund
he Ad be Dec. 14 Hllat was the firm tO 'roach
instead of Oqtober and the the summit of 29,002-foot Mt. ., .A
charge was amended. e"
Chitl peered at each me- T ns himn, t told report-
bet of the jury including era at Dulal hat yesterday
three wpmen as they were that he sed foot atop the pre-
sworn. viously-uneonered Himalayan
then he was motioned to sit moun ea oquer w H tepa
down in the dock, where he ahead OfHillary.
slumped with his chin resting But the Sherpa tribesman
dw his chest apparently emphasized that the victory
numbed by his plight did not belong to him alone
but to every member of the
,I A a I s1 successfull British expedition.
"We strove, fought and con-
K 1q uered the peak together,"
Tensinga veteran of several
I HM previous eptionssa
g .n iDulalghat with the main
lidrt of the expedition yester-
ATLANTA, June 22 -(UP)-- A morning. They wer met
Hiram W. Evans, national crowds of newmen who
leader of the Ku lux Klan had driven in jeeps over nmud-
in its prime, said today that dy trails some 30 miles from
the hooded order "is pra-ctia- here to greet them.
ly extinct.... and there's 3It Nepalese Communist in Du-
tie need for -it anyway. lalghat prevented the news-
Bill Hendrix a Taalasee men from going any further
contractor and former up the track to meet the
dragon of the FloridaS mountain-climbing party.
bounced saturday While the communist Party
that klan rep resenta tivs is officially banned in Nepal,
from six state met at olum the pickets openly admitted
bus, Ga., to revive tb- klam they were Reds.
to fight nom-segrega-tis They particularly were in-
Evans, imperial w;ard; of censed at Indian newsmen re-
the klan from 1922 to 19 presenting foreign press asso-
when it was a potent political clations, alleged they had
fo"e, and claimed a member- "acted as agents of the anglo- SOP AND GM NOT NEW "
ship of 8,000,000 at ong time, American Bloc."
N today that such meetigs They claimed also that the th* "driving lessons" at Jacksonville]
were "little abortive thingp." Indian correspondents distort- -a drive to teac_ safety. The _
"IX don't think there's *y ed Nepal's part in the con- ta drive isafety. T "i "
need for the klan anymos." nest of the peak by not men-
he said. "We are pretty wel floning the fact that Tensing
upited And we have a- good Js Nepalese.
P eOne newsman who tried to
When asked if he was invit- break through the communist
ed to attend the meetng read block was roughed up
knew about It was that a
"a Communist program
take over America," and "be U Ii 4 Dies
sadd the 299 k en and If 1
n the meeting vowed to SANTA MONICA, Calif., June
oppose the National Council of 21 (UP) The wife of film star
Churches, "modernist" preach- Fred MacMurray former actress
era, the new Bible, the Anti- ama fashion model Lillian La-
Defamation League and '"th: angst MacMurray, died at St.
National Association for ,otm's Hospital early today, two
Advancement of Colored Pee- diy after their 17th wedding
wlh anniversary.
"ht by every -' ra. MacMurray, 45, who had
means to Irotect our CslntitaU- ben hospitalized for three weeks
tomad rights, even if wo Op'S alte* a series of lengthy ilIneases,
sam.)Ea^uraM' wa athersid

Re^e-ntatUves from OGo^- Ma.eurrt^ iwas at her side
Repnta t wh she died.He had maintain-
Ied a constant vifl at the hospi-
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