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 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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01633
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retire- a charge of un y entering
wad the the District A s quarters
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w33fe rat of In Quarters 303 between 6 p.m.
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back to Tokyo today President Syngman Rhee's "fMiq
decision to continue fighting in Korea unless the UniftM"
Nations makes three major changes in the armistice minwe
awaiting signature.
Clark said Rhee outlined his three-point plan during
their 70-minute meeting Monday and told him "we w
to continue the war" unless the U.N. accepts it.
The plan called for:
1) Withdrawal of the Chinese forces or, if that ci-m.
not be attained, simultaneous withdrawal of the Chinvei
and U.N, forces from Korea leaving the South o qd
North Korean armies in control.
(This planm had been suggested earlier by the Com-
munists of Panmunjom but the U.N. rejected it).
2) Signing of a mutual security pact between tie
United States and South Korea prior to on armistice.
3) Limiting the post-armistice peace conference ao
three months, with hostilities resuming if no satisiak y
settlement of the Korean problem is reached.
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Sdao ust Obtaoi- dia and South Korea. Who is against the U.N.
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owner last Thursdy*. gUn and tear gas shelia
Rhee's beWev0le80e yesterday to block an escape
tilheeasiti-Counit ?m tempt by North Koreans ats
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I -- 1s-- .the son rean s urds, id .a&t a 4 n o n e escaped, and netoer
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Army w t, j ired eater- he ordemel W a i 4 113 casualtiBes.
oofI the bicycle who bad fled a pris hoe- Meanwhile two of the Ult
* ridin uMled with a pItaL States government top ni-
reank. g A Korean police offiisi e r- tary and diplomatic offlcl
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t t t. Claynnee pleaded "not to @ tAel to check on the military stua-
ab condition back to prison camp .jel0use tion and give Rhee 'the clairtt
A later they feared they eI, tIally picture" of U. s. views on a
condition would be returned yto d e Cm~m Stymied truce.
munists. IGen. J. Lawton Collins, Armp
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Vandeirtift fall- be ehot than r tut i om- conferences with Clark.
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It was weira to ase 0 strong
THISISS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN nation of ours crawl on roe
ganda onslaught as we, im uU
and sacred due process, at- -.
Hf Ptemped to punish two people ...
I EA L X who spied upon our inner -. . '
secrets ior an ady of those lorc-
The MiH ei IS aen open forum for readen of The Paaomo AMin es which have warred on us -.,
iesn. Letter are reived gratefully and are handled in wholly se9 and killed 25,000 of our Ol1. .
dentiel mouaer. Malenkov would indeed be \
If yeu eoriute a letter don't be Impatlent It doesn't appear the mirthless if he were not roar- *- .
meat day. Letters ore published in the order Meceived. Ing In loud laughter at the ,.
Pleae try to keep the letters Ilmited to one pago lekth. manner in which our State De-
Identity of letter writers is held i sltritest enfidee. apartment again fumbled and
This newspaper ossum me responsibility for statements as e opiea proved tnat in its aomain the
eampr ssed in letters from reas more things change nse more
S- they are the same.
We tried and convicted two
SPEAKING OF TAX LOOPHOLES atom spies, Ethel and Julius
Cristobal, C. Z. Rosenberg, hardened and olsci-
81ir: plined Soviet agents. They were .
Taken from Earl Wilson's column Paris "You see them arrested on July 17, 1950. They
everywhere in Europe now. Americans mostly famous movie were condemned to death on
stars, here on that "18 month tax deal." Apill 5, 1951.
They are all sweating out the year and a half they must stay In Peiping, China; in Paris,
out of the United States under the peculiar law which enables France; in a thousand itSlde
them to pay no U. S. taxes for that period. cities across the world, the So-
Some Panama Canal employes have been out of the United viets have whipped up demon-
States for as much as 20 years and live In Republic of Panama. stations against us.
How is it that these employes have to pay taxes? But exactw y 10 years ago, when
Curious. Lhe'world heard.that the 13oviets
o.______ -held two Jewish-Polish labor
A VOTE FOR MEN OF INTEG.RITY leaders, Victor Alter and hen-
A stobalVOTE FOR MEN OF INTEGRITY Ehrlich, as alleged Nai
r. Slieg, t hat same world was
This so-called "Democratic Jackass" may or may not be dem- These beloved men, these
ocratic, but he certainly stands self-convicted as a Jackass. gentle people had rallied the
There is probably no man In the history of our country who workers nof land to stand
has done more to lower the dignity and prestige of the office of with almost b a r e hands -
President of the United States than our late but unlamented against the crushing armored 1
Harry Truman. "Jackass" apparently chooses to forget or ignore Paners of the Naia Wehr-
this crude and profane little man, standard bearer of the Demo- macht. Ehrlich was a leader
cratic Party, with his unfaltering loyalty to Kansas City mob- of the Jewish Workers Federa-.
sters, his hysterical and threatening letters to his critics, his (ton o/ Poland. Alter was Pres-
sneer of "red herring" when faced with charges of communists ident of the Polish National Ma.s.
In government (remember Alger Hiss, Jackass ?7, his reluctance Council of Trade Unions. But
to punish the crooked tax collectors, influence salesmen, and they were anti-Communists.
commodity speculators, all high placed men in his own party. They were lured to Russia (as
Who but Truman could have made O'Dwyer an ambassador? were 16 other Polish leaders
Were you proud to have O'Dwyer representing you, Jackass, in who disappeared and charged
an important a country as Mexico, or any other country? We with espionage,. A irine
nating from Truman's Washington finally nauseated the whole where, despite our efforts to A i I
nation. arouse the world. Wendell Will-
The Republicans alone are never going to lead us to Elysian kie cabled Stalin. Three or four y
Fields, and neither are the Democrats. Our hope of a better U. S. labor leaders got AFL BY "
country and better government lies In voting for men of integrity, president William Green to
honesty and patriotism, whether they are Republican, Democrat write in protest in 1943. *-=- r
or Independent. Then came the news. Soviet
You can rant and rave all you want "Jackass" about "billion- Ambassador Maxim Lltvinov M t Ationa ric air n ealie that theI UV. S lwite .
aire clubs and the fact that Ike may prefer golf to baseball ( may his soul never rest peace partial air linedy fromlike the dormenmt. i
truly momentous matter)., but unless you're completely bigoted Enrlchter in reply to green ht were helped through tshe
you can't impeach Ike on integrity, honesty or patriotism. executed as spies n December day, and are till betpg aMed filt -S
Bull Moose 1941. Secretly. With no due proc- de gree. ..
ess. No special hearing. No The system is complex, and lately. It
.__________ -- --- .. .Supreme Court. No evidence. a tendency to bog down, with te.u .
Farm Affirs Answer to Previous Puzzle Just bullets In the back of their IPg effect for Te air lines and
Farm Ar c 0FS necks. competitive posiuon on world air ro
But the receipt of this let. The lines receive what Is called nm
fNater by Will Green did not This payment is partly subldy nd
ORIIZONTAL 3--of hay a crack the secrecy. The State gitimate reimbursement to A
I Farm building 4 Command Department ito d th AFL mail they carry
Another Rocky sinov letter. They wanted it mail load, but for r Wualfrny
ri *amma hog 7 Nevadp city Ns kept very secret. It was ulas oo air-mail purpaes
the farm g8 Inborn onty alter one o/ Green's nOt warrant'
12 recent SplaiJid ~coleag ip pe4. us oil that The Civil
Sruralm I Farmers foe dsve that we broke the oi071 to be set at a level suN iient tdI
14 Prior (prefix) 10 Interstice and with much travail It- services and include a
nal4c goa a corporal's guard- But evidently this taiA
45 Highwayman 20 oleamn 31 Try 46 Flag-maker tj/ou didn't count too close- more and more difficult to ake.
I Malt beverage 22 ample 33 Nickname Betsy -- y-to address a protest raUN. The CAB is no longer able tp. tell the IntarfM.
18 Senior 24 Farm land 35 One who 47 Wicked And the same Communist tonal companies Just how much mail muppal,
19 Browned measure disorders 48 Wise men Party and Comintern which they can count on In 9en year. BS aik -
bread 25 Angered 40 Mortar and 50 Rouing tools lately whipped the world into te@m of telpory -i ttB It u',eait I'a.-
21 Network 2 Traditionial 51 Design such a frenzy to save two Soviet grown up. lwovlng milOns of dollar anmual.
23 Fortune 2 Singing voice 43 Local court 52 Italian city agents what were they writ- This meigt nottle so bad if the W ,~3~e
24 Bsick 30Exchange (Eng.) 55 Before ing then? proceeded to settle up with diaitenrtaw
27 Hops' kiln premium 45 Run together (conir.) )Does no one care to thumb end. But It does not.
29 Thrash through history? Does no one -
32 Fish baskets I care what searing things were
34 Come forth thrown at the sons of Ehrllch, '
36 Rue Victor and Alexander, who were
37 Sea nymph livn In New York? They were
IUtrat farm children, too. There was no
39 Heroic poetry compassion for them any. '
41 Speck where. ..
42D *ton - The Daily Worker, so profes-
44 Galic slonally agitated over the Ro- NEW YORK IS ALSO LIB THIS
4Save senbergs, said then:
49 Ruawy "For many months the ex. The Blue Angel (sew 1 w ei) ow*yed a ir
marry wa t ecution of two Polish Jewish part in develoing m tasn .. i IJlt
ar u g Social Democrats by the Soviet seen many (wbo tho1i ereaw ers f ; !)
!l64 Construction I courts has been known. They grow it"...To a N e the eib .j .
parts were guilty or they would not ford to pay thpir JA q iM...As a .. As a
6 Courtesy. have been punished." petiters get '4" ams were
title --- The Communist Party took the Blue A I;0 tMk t *-11..m10111 *
57 Leer full page ads on Apr. 3, 1943, Pearly a1i1, Ki hrm, me
i8 Disgusted which said: Marth a Wrigt hsahi v .
exelamation r 1 S' 8 "We do not know the evidence Last JImuar. a neweS manMeds FPil .
NlaFurtive upon which a Soviet Court con- ers opened theft for a to-woeWk lbeSIl* -
CG Row demned Ehrlich and Alter.." elieked and was helfd SA 1tel miei,..iil
el Hireling - [ And then went on: meantime, her first g eiMlln, "The Sa* .
VIRTICAL "'Do they (the defenders of "Mouela llaat")a b .'s t e t1 AI"
I Painful r Mrc and Alter) claim that ter via Mtite 1 4
the B6vlet Union is not Intel- Her* wer" Gaft s 5 hi gh as -
2 Sacred image ligent enough to know its week at in- s weaould .de *I
friends from enemies and that Bla Angel... ~ uae tam dtowa to
It executed the wrong men? there 4.ar- et li el) ly 6.
"In the case of Ehrlich and "Get itf -whe ye'r eIMe &* de was em--
SAlter, there Is no reason to tioned, n bM-YU C0@ 61 al -fis e"a
Sdeplore their execution, except "Maybehe w 3ur-ft, "mt I wat theU
TEMPTING DEL ICIOUS upon the part of those wno Bluei Ans Oe 1am me Aoy p me.
TEM PTING_ DL ICIOU share their aim to destroy the They gambit oe me."
LUN HEO Soviet Union and its Socialist '
Wedimesy, June a 1s T T T TI T-gmV system. Polly Adler Was AmierlUa's chief Madam In the .
M EN.IU I UL j -.roThe whole democratic world Prohibition I ...Her book, "A HOuse Is Not a
MENU has reason to rejoice that the Home," wSI 9 e the bestelOer lists... When
v-sSvecea e Juice e Socialist state has always had she was iterviewed the other day, she nortO ,y
e -lop I 7 the courage to strike hard and fingered a lt-sOed dimlnu d ring.
0 ot kamps me-(ratnwae) * t. \accurately and ruthlessly at Its "How manyuf a" a dtl) N j .:
0" rs "-"e counter-revolutionary conspira- "You m B she replied grpllly, "Ivmay
EL RANCHO t"r.a aoke, then, the poN. te ---
C GARDaiiAnd yet, when the SoLl:tited At least seveq b 4 riven h e3p" *
ce A D Beer G R Nl Polish government arrogant U area gave the p o lsl i
ofelrs to take the Rosenher' s hit amn rum d m ealtB t llii l i
i o/w release them, our State ...They trcsed the bHit Bd MBl
Department said in iect. him park the ea' In a let at Md*
don't be rude. No one in the haekles who
Siate Department had the tions, seteail,
I tmaplnation (or is it ;int un- eons iie fiem W. 3-
*Mr. P.A. Want Ad' attracts oi sngnessl to irritate the Eaek ureas u *.m*
aA~ folloa| Auesanw, to recall that the Toy disradJ, the Latina
t Of proepect mighty n.! the atom p esa haven, mur- knew h'e was g lg to die -s the
Whtu. moro . hO sw* dired two Jewish labor leaders Bern.
then quickly Naists t oh bettest seDeta
W i^ SOn the dotted line! meant swung back at the spurious r i rml a wth S
d "--, ,m"Bave the Rocanber cam- ment...The ginger, 14 ea


so one in the State ma de ejtae
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SZ reds P.A WSW A d$. tee to save the spelm"launched. Ab.
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IveStlAat wlw tr anti- (UP)--A three-story brick ware.
tru laws have eul violated house collapsed and burned
I the UpOurfa- petroleum yesterday possibly after being
, ..o. -b' .hit by a run-away truck and
e W tht price ln- several persons were trapped.
Cares bhad all t earmarks Fire Chief George Hink said
of "OplluIon acot$ te. large "several" persons may have
oi companies conat the been killed. A police surgeon
oil markets." He dId out name aid he believed "about 12 per-
any speeiflO c i ons" were trapped and pre-
ndutry e aid Had- sumed dead.
lick's epsented Officials said It would take
mostly mall Mbers, some time to remove the tons
standard .Ol of Indiana rats- of rubble and make an accur-
ed the wholesale price of ao- ate check.
line one cent per gton InIn- Albert DuBols, chief Inspec.
diana, WIaeosin, ln. o4 Min- tor of detectives, questioned two
nesota, Iowa, Missouri, the Da- men, who said they saw the
kotas, ebrka a Kansas building disintegrate when a
In Oh. gasoline prices were truck smashed into it. They
boosted one cent per gallon for said the truck careened acroe
regular and 1 I|i cents for ethyl a sidewalk into the building.
at midnight Friday. The warehouse, owned by the
Esso, another division of Ac Storage Co., housed a. rub-
Standard O serving Eastern her processing company and
and Southern state, raised contained stored crude rubber.
wholseale prico a .total of 'A quantity of flour from a
cents a gllon. It hbed bootr- nearby bakery also was stored
pleao an average of 6-10 of a in the building.
cent on tae. -st coast June 9 A deputy fire chief said that
andmnfbtw aDonther h-10 of i a truth crashed into the
a cent irea today In the building, it probably caused the
Wst. In otherareas, It ordered rubber and flour to tumble from
cs M. eiblued piles, collapsing the floors.
, A see w.4t howevereadine Les than two hours after
es Mi ppi, however, des- the warehouse fire, a two-alarm
blaze broke out in a Broad
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S Ab firm witm 12 blocks.
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Wuoes were York and New England. Eso
pm states, and other suppers followed.
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east from were needed, ater'the lifting
of price controls in February,
loard in- because of the narrow profit
id in less margin on gmollne; because
first, the there had been no price In-
price cell- creases in three years, while
brought re- costs had gone up; because the
p one cent industry had spent large sums
L, a result of money to Improve the qual-
pea eslast ity of gasoline, and because
Aber hike consumption was running about
'gallon. five per cent ahead of a year
te result ago in the face of "not exces-
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m-p htl" said t -Dr. Otto tE. rsey leislaturs meeting thi
ituse b has taken over the week
cse since the recent Thleislatures also will eon.
of Dr. Maris N. Smith- w&lsrfrt clean-up legs.
,r a who directed ton drawn up ta e New York
i rebuild the start .t ,ate crime omUlnaO
t, shattered in an s crime os
accident.- Dr. Autranp, ed tt e a
:eteren's chief as- o a eup system
since lj8; hqd been as- w ves bosses ab
him throughout in the solute pe ovr A tch water.
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0 COR-OrATB. I AL CHARTERit l
134 To Arrive Monday changes designed to place new Idr I1l l
Aboard Panama Liner Cristobal emphasis on the swiftly growing
E. M. Browder, Jr. assistant cargo business of Pan American
director of the Engineering and World Airways' Latin American FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
Construction Bureau. is one of Division have just been made el- BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
the passengers scheduled to ar- ective.OF SOUT AMRICA
rive on the Isthmus next Mon-, OF SOUTH ICA__________
day on the 8.S. Cristobal. ac- Expanding more rapidly than TO COLOMBIA, ECUAD PERU AND CHILE "
cording to the advance passenger any phase of its operation, clip-
list from the Panama Line of- per cargo flown Dy the division, M.V. "SALAMANCA" ............................ JnM
ces.i reachea the record total of 4#,- M.V. "SAMANCO" .......................June 3Oth
There are 134 passed g e r s 002,L'J0 pounds in 1952 and ap- M.V. "REINA DL AC C .................July
scheduled to sail on the ship, pears likely to exceed that figure TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
which leaves New York today. In this year. A revaluation of this
addition to those destined for the extensive business, PAA pointed HAUANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUNA,
Isthmus, there are 27 passengers out. revealed the need for fur- SANTANDER AND LA PALLICE
from New York to Haiti on the thr strengthening ts cargo MV. "ENA DEL PACICO ( Ts)
passenger list. tralfic services. T.V.O"RNINITDEDL AC[ICOO DIRECTong)
The compete advance passen- TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
ger list follows: Carl R. Anderson. an employee M.V. "SAIAVERRY." ..... ....... ..........June 1st
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J Arm- of Pan American since 1939 and S.S. "CuzCO" I...................... Jly
strong; Guillermo Arnoldt. Mr ior the last two and a half years M.V. "SANTANDER" ..........................J..a
and Mrs. Ben Axeliad. Mrs. sales representative in charge of,
Ethel Baan; Mrs. Clarade Bar- promoting cargo and passenger ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
renche; Mrs. Olivia Belote and sales Cuba, becomes acting d- TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
two children; Miss Hope P Ben- vision cargo traffic superinten-
owtz; Frank C. Bel Mis Su- dent with headquarters In Mia- S.S. "DIEMERIDYK" .............................July 4th
sana Betancourt: Mrs Elizabeth ml. .. "D R NG .............................. July 14
M. Bolan: Mrs. Edith onnen. TO UK/CONTINENT
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M Bro- Shelby W. Merrill. formerly su-
MBrowde Mrs. Jo Marn a- superintendent n another shft S.S. "LOCH AVON .............................July3rd
Mr and Mrs. Jos Manfrn Ca- superintendent in another shift.
nas: Mr. and Mrs. Aristobulo All SaWlinn sableet to Change Without Nottce
Carrizo: Luis Manuel Chacon The new cargo posts also are PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION C0O. Cristobal TeL 1M54/1
Mrs. Clara M. Chambers and being created to imunprove liaison I ORD CO. INC. er#. Tel.
her two children: Mr and Mrs between the airline and shippers R BALBOA-Term Bldg. Tel. 3-128U
Geoge D. Childress and son: Mrs. and consignees. With the titles
Ernest A. Cole: Miss Maria E. of cargo sales and service reore-
Cuarts:Mi Angela CuartasD sentatives. Edward Hudak will
Mr. and Mrs. Walter M Dalv: represent the Latin American di-
Mrs. Constace Degen: Miss Peg in New r
Dickinson: Mrs Joseph Dietrich while Leroy A. Bressler will
and son:;Mr. and Mrs. William serve in a similar capacity for
R. Dixon: Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. the Caribbean area, with head-
Duncan and their two children: quarters in San Juan.
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Dunn; Hudak, who joined Pan Amern-
Miss Barbara A. Ely: Mrs. Ana can in 1929, has been cargo traf-
de Esquivel: Miss Liriola Esqui- fic superintendent since April, |
vel: Roderick Esquivel: Ronald 1951, and Bressler. another ex-
A. Faunce: Miss Tonnv Florez; pert in air cargo, has been air-
Miss Marlyn Francel: Mrs. Celia port traffic manager in New Or-
de Giraldo: Miss Matildi de Gl- leans for the last year. Duties of THE L A
raldo: Mrs. Gussie Gleberman; Hudak and Bressler will include VLA
Mr. and Mrs. Ralnh L. Hanners: the promotion, coordination and
Mrs. Alvin R. Harnes; Harold I expediting of cargo sales and
M. Hastings and wife; i traffic. AIRLINE
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Irwin!
Miss Rebecca D. Ishoy; Mrs. Jt- Boy vs. Machine Daily flights between
lenez: Mr. and Mrs. James J.
Iatimer and daughters: Mrs. MIAMI, Fla. (UP) Six-year-'
Quina de Lopez de Mesa: Miss old Gilbert Sheldon will be more PANAMA AND VENEZUELA
SMarv Ann Mcrov: Mr. and Mrs. patient the next time he puts ai
David C. Mellhenny and son; coin in a soft-drink vending ma-! in luxriols Constellations:
Mr.s. Lucrecia de Melia; Mrs. chine. Firemen had to dismantled
ICatberine E. Melanson and the machine to free the boy's
daughter; ,Miss xClara Milstein; hand after he jammed it into the Pan
Miss Mavora Miro; and Miss machine because it couldn't pro- O
Arne Morris: duce fast enough to satisfy his
Miss Josie O'Seasohn: Miss An- thirst.
ninette L. Oswald Mrs. Mary ________ Connection in Maiquetia to Puerto Rico, Havana, Port
Owen: Miss Nanrv Pqxson: Jo0e --
I nis Marin Pavnter: Mrs. ULsJ. --- of Spain. Barbados, Curacao, Lima, New York, and to1-
0- Posada: John W. Putv; A all interior points of Venezuelal
Yprc Quinn and daughter: S. s.
rqtherine Ovnlirad" Mrs. Toil- 1
thenRine Aivcads Mrs. YOn- UOffices: Tocumnen and No. II Per Avene .
osenberg: Mrs. Carolyn Rucker (Across Rem6 Oarage)
pnd son: Carl M. RuofM : AN. n "-.
Certrude Ruop; Dr. Robe I. ioe Z-845
?upxou and Mr.nod Mrs.
WV.B&tAnd ao;: MW. and Mrs.
Wlbert 8aainIntsd.-two daugh-
teir:'"r. and tr. .Tames A.
Achnelder and dav~thter: Raul -
BSeqeira: Rodolfn oRequeira: Mrs. .
kva F. smith and daughter: Mrs. UU Spelmess romw-s
Seii L. Sronce srfd dauhter: Mr.
vs Mrs. Volney W. Steele: Miss erng Ph P
Vemnica stelphens s aur Mi''Ve- My ro s W Philip!
Mr,, PMi Mrs. Joseph Thomas: Philip.s 1 i filled ith bri es.
Mannel'f Tobfn: Mrs. Sena Well-worn step and rap he eams.
Trout shd dawhtr:; Mt. and
Mrs..Max L. Welch: Mrs. Hasell Repair. would lease his home like new.. .
V. Welby: Mrs. Robert Wer"ik I P. A. asfied. u e ht chue!
and daughter; Raymond R. Will. 7th AVEIed. the riht cte
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of $m the Mrs. Rae A. of New Ctritabol, Sanday evenig, to a gift and certifieste of
ut arof t-by former honor Captaia and Mrs. After Duncana on their tweety-fifth mendation, by Mrs.
wedding__mavem ar.Austin, Senior Advisor.
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r5 presentssfor "oer:tel::ram:to thofat1
troingpartiall yo place in New York City e r rthday Annv. v lesa es ttnede.as the ata by
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tAo r r l n n aT he hO were Ceciil eh New York, where he waid vl
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"g .. . OI" g' .- "* "" --P "I MImnt-am Lon |Ma sonic Temple for am d -g .
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S m n-' ,ep o pe rt ion e.~m Aepert Noeh- b Legto will fl the stationS.s.ST w .
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given ito."o..k & Fund.o Armed Feneshe rb1 000t, Finance Okflcer, Waldo Gllyn.I_. ad, w it .ss








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Mr.willmetThu'slet thypyFance Oficer; Chaplaleed.
MINIM grw a k y to' twe1. Ownctural aag ent0wh.r ,Ie rgat 7:0 Cristobal
toNa reportIff.und there.n Mrs. Betty Malane, D Apart.atthe megiongHllisn Old Mis 1
tdW0h in .PeoilIstalling offer fr the uniM
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a warded: lUn John PahM
Sortoc__ecelvd a citation ft
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eatnanding work as chair
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the flavor delight of at te l Washington a
IS= 1 a S Baturday, June 27th
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Phones 1-314 and 341


FOR SALE FOR SALE
Household Automobiles
FOR SALE.-Beautiful genuine Chi- FOR SALE:-Ford 1942 6 cylinders,
nese Dragon Rug, in perfect con- excellent condition. 543 Seaforthia
edition, 8 x 10..a bargain, two iron Cocoli. Between 3:30 7 p. m.
flower paO stands, mahogany center FOR SALE:-1952 Studebaker 4-door
table, mirror top. Pictures 37th De Luxe. 5,000 miles, duty paid,
St. No. 7. upstairs. Tel. 3-1025. leaving Isthmus. Call Mrs. Poyne,
FOR SALE.-Practically new dining- 3-2931 Panama.
room set. Consisting of: beautiful FOR SALE:-1940 Chevrolet, $195.
China-closet, extension table, 6 00. Body fair, motor excellent
chair and small side table. Take 3-5069.
'dvontage of this opportunity at ame your terms. Tel. 3-5069.
this $15300. No. 23, 48th Strees FOR SALE-1949 Ford 4 door sedan,
Apt. 4. radio excellent. $875.00. Tel. 2-
--- ---- ** ---- ~ 4624.
FOR SALE:--Quartermaster furniture. 4624.
Westnghouse refrigerator. Reason- RSALE
able. 0759-1 Williamson Place. FOR SALE ,
Balboa..__.. ._ Motorcycles r
FOR SALE -7 ft Coldspot refriger. -Motorcyces
ator and washing machine, 25 FOR SALE:-1949 Cushman motdr
cycle, good condition, both for scooter, excellent running condi-
$100.00. Telephone Malboa 6358 tion. B-flat Pedler clarinet, recent -
House 1450-A complete overhaul Boy's wool Plaid C
sport coat size 20, may be worn
FOR SALE -Refrigerator. 8 cu. ft with any color. 8201-A. 6th St.
Apex, electric stove. 25 cycle, Vic- Margarita. Call Cristobal 1510.


trola, bookcase with gloas doors. 8
diningroom, choirs, 6 metal chairs.
open bookcase. 8 compartments.
indirect floor lamp, wooden bed
from with spring and mattress
House 765. Apt 16, Barnebey St.
Balboa. Phone 2-4384
FOR SALE: -Westinghouse refriger-
ator in very good condition and
very cheap. Williamson Place 0777
Apt. A. Telephone Balboa 3764.
SELLING OUT household goods.
House 1512-A Akee St.
FOR SALE-Modern mahogany lounge
chair $20.00. House 0599-D, Ba-
vano, Ancon. phone 2-4766.
FOR SALE.-Reupholstered and re-
c, onditioned furniture as new. So-
fas from $65 00. Arm chairs from
$32.00. Complete livingroom set,
sectional sofa and 2 arm chairs
(green plastic upholstery $115.-
00, Sofa-bed $125.00, Modern
S new livingroom sets: couch. 2 arm
6 lairs and coffee table ALL for
only $163 50. Brand new mahog-
any double beds coil spring and
new mattress $98.00. Single icom-
plete' $8900 Modern Mohogan,
dressers (ne% I $60 00. A ND
MANY OTHER BARGAINS IN
STS AND INDIVIDUAL PIECES.
CASH OR CiEDIT-WE DELIVER.-
*.'WV REUPHOLSTER FURNITURE .
4Automobile Row No. 41..Phone 3-
%4911,..

1 | sition Offered.1

f t nt or any person who would
p mh me English. Phone Margari-
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Aie Moves To Strip


Certain Specialists

I01 Job Protection
WASHINGTON, June 23 (UP>
President Eisenhower moved
today to strip an undetermined
number of government special-
lats of the job protection given
them by former President Tru-
man.
The new move will be em-
bodied In a day or so In an
amendment to an executive or-
der issued by Mr. Eisenhower
last April.
Philip 8. Young, chairman of
'.the Civil Service Commission.
said Athe commission Is begin-
.,ing a survey of about 134,000
so-called "Schedule A" Jobs
:ranging from custodial work to
N Igal posts.
S Young could not estimate how
-many employes will be affected
j the new system, which will
riave department heads power to
l l're persons who have risen
fIrom lower-grate Civil Service
.:*obs to Schedule A. In 1947, Mr.
*Truman blanketed all such em-
*ployes under Civil Service rules
7 Which gave them protection a-
I* against firing.
Young said this credited a
-completely unreasonable, Irra-
tlional Inequity" which gave
employes who did not have to
-take examinations the same
"protection as those who did.





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WANTED
Miscellaneous


WANTED:-Manager, private Club
an Canal Zone, excellent oppor-
tunity tar ambitious single man
Salary, room and board, a neat
profit Mail application to Man-
ager Box 823 Balboa, giving og.?,
qualification, reference and ad-
dress.

FOR SALE
Real Estate


FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICE
15 hectares of farmland bordered by
the Penonome river, extending one
mile. Excellent baths with two-
story house a few meters from the
river.
Land situated at the entrance of the
Province of Darien, with ports. At
short distance from ports are ac-
commodations for heavy cargo
boats. Valuable timber and fertile
lands with advantage for possible
route though the Ponomerican
Highway.
127 hectares of land.near Penonom6.
Appropriate for rice cultivation.
Coffee Plantation near La Pintodo
Three (3) houses In Pnononm6 City
'H titled properties. Contact Mr.
\ Qtr6s. Telephone 2-2581. Pan-
'oma, 7th Street, No. 13 building

Nathaniel Pafflier
Funeral Services
Tomorrow At 1:30


Funeral services will be held
tomorrow at Corozal for Natha-
niel Palmer, who died Sinday
In the Panama Hospital ot the
age of 77.
Mr. Palmer, a resident of Par-
que Lefevre, is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Louise. Henry
and Mr. Mabel Bouche, four
grandchildren and eight great-
grandchildren.
Services are. scheduled for
1:30 p.m.

Legal Notice
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
CANAL ZONJE
Umled States Court For The Distrct
f01 The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
WILLIAM J. KILGALLEN,
Plaintiff
vs.
MARGARET N. KILGALLEN.
Defendant
SUMMp"NS
Ca.. No. 3742
Civil Docket is
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
To the above-nmed defendant;
You are hereby required to appear and
anwer the complaint filed In the above-
tiUtled actuo within ninety days siter
Sel ate of first publication.
In case of your failure to mo appear
nd answer, judgment will be take
meainlt you by deLault for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrle F.
Crowe, Judge. United States Dietrict
Court for the Diatrict of the Canal Zone.
this June 1, S19S3.
C. T. McCormick, Jr.
Clerk
By Lois E. Harrikap
Deputy Clerk
To Margaret N Kilgalien:
The forefioln summons I. sacred
upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrle F. Crewe,
Judge, United States Distrkt Court for
the District of the Canal Zones, dated
June I3. 1953 and entered and filed In
this actlen in the nofice of the Clerk
of said United States District Court lor
the DiviselM of anlkbe ea Jno In 15s.&
C. T. McCormick, Jr.
Clerk
By Loi LE. Harrison
Deputy Clerk


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We procure best maids because we
rgister applicants for identification,
verfy references and require health
certificate. "C I P SIRVICKS." 2nd
floor, Bella Vista Theatre. Phone
3-0881 Panama.


CAR for rent, 1953 Plymouth sedan
in New York, from Aug. 1st to
Nov. 30. Tel. Balboa 2-1631.


FOR SALE
Miscelaneous


FOR SALE:-By competltve bid: Two
cigarette machines. For further in-
formation call at Navy Exchange
Office, building No. 24, Naval
Station, Rodmon. Telephone 3339.
FOR SALE -New radio-phonograph
combination, sewing machine,
baby bed, dinette set, metal cab-
inets, kitchen storage cabinet, etc.
Tel. 3-5069.

FOR SALE: National HRO-50T
Receiver. 5 coils. 25 & 60 cycle
transformers. Phone Coco Solo
8445.
FOR SALE-Compressor air Westing-
house, mounted on 50-gal. tank;
spray guns, i h.p. motor 25 cycle.
Belgian string rugs, green porch
shades, dishes, dining choirs. 75-
A New Cristobol, between 5th and
6th Srs. and Melendez.
FOR SALE: Piano upright grand,
girl's bicycle (English mokel, in-
valid's wheel chair, baby crib. Phone
916 Colon.
FOR SALE:-Pure bred wolf puppies
6 weeks, distemper injected, and
wormed, No.- 15th St. West
Panama upstairs.


FOR SALE:-Br dle Boxer, Register-
i AW(.C, B Lbxt, Baby Crib
Baby scales; G. E. Automatic Rec-
ord Player; Easy Washing Ma-
chrne; Mahogany Wardrobe; cornm-
plete set Tops and Dies. No. 0788
H, Williamson Place. Tel. 2-410.,
Balboa.
FOR SALE: Kenmore automatic
washing machine, bU.00. Baby
stroller $ .UU. .Albrook Quarters
07.-A, phone 86-728 .
FOR SALE:-lronite ironer, 20 elec-
tric. tan. Automqtic. clock radio.
All 6U cycle practically new. I I 0A
Jodwin at., bamboo L. Z.
COMPLETE CLEARANCE of 78 RPM
record albums. Popular sets tormer-
ly $4.Z. Now only $ 1.95. All
oheo at one-holt price. One al-
bum tree witn every :pl1 purchase.
This wpek oniyl Lome in and
save! Look at these bargains;
Classical hi Price. London ffrr;
Schubert symphony No. 6 in C
Major. Bronms Concerto in La
Major Opus ii Strauss ueath &t
1 ransfiguration, Upus 24. -ym-
phony or -salms.
Vrcior:
schubert Symphony No. 5, in B
I-lot. ",nuberi Symphony No. 9,.
an G. Aaron Coplona sonata for
piaoro.
Capitol.
Mel Torme's California Suite and
many others.
POPULAR
1.95 each set of 4 records
Bing Crosby, Benny Goodman;
Danny Kaye; Bure Ives; Margaret
Whiting; Jimmie Davis; Carmen Co-
vaSarp; Fred Waring; Rumbas:
Songs of our Times.
PANAMUSICA, S. A.
Central Ave. at the foot of "J" St.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Sail Motor Lanch. 20
ft. Groymarine engine. Good con-
*dition. Navy 3461 or 3865.
FOR SALEX--25 cycle, 1-4 and 1-6
H.P. motors. Cheap. International
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No. 15; Tel. 2-3444.


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Pmbl Oceanside cottage, Santa
Clar, Box 435, Balboa. Phone
Penama 3-1877, Cristabal 3-1673.
Gr tlich Santa Claru beach-cot-
SElectric Iceboxes, sstobes
moderate rates. Teleph I= 6-441
. limba; 4-567. Pedro MiguI.


Williams' Sante Clara Beah cotte
2 bpdiooms, refriget R e
S Blboa 2-3050, ept
week-ends.___


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Houmn


FOR RENT: Independent cholet.
7th Street Lefevre, for informetlo
12th St. West No. 8, upstairs.


FOR RENT:-3 bedroom fumrnhed
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August. Tel. 3-5101.


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Apartments
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bedroom living-dinlngreom, porch
and garage. 43 St. Mexico Ave.
.phone 3.0140.
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Two and four room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
cloeed gardens. 8061, 10th Street.
New Cristabral. Telephone C6lon
__-_. 1386.


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OLILYWOOD (N he t not re-sign with Fex e-
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bavtaken P wit own big variety show,..
the be health hurdle and prom- te=e Crane, Lana Turner's ex,
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rtolynn heir without .s4 se- opening his Beverly Hills eatery,
roiou.pticatlons. "We' p w- the Luau, in July. tO untan
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doe .tic -ituation with IrroL' J glamor star, Martine Carol
ewpinag Wayne, sriai W HOLLYWOOD ON TV: The
the ofWts dedsn m er voice of Jimmy Durante's coo-
i. battle with Joha Wayne, science and his song-writing pal,
ij U eoff her diVyee atteon Jackle Barnett, debuts as a com-
bta hestar. She tesI jaml lc on the Saturday Night Revue
h .t sa h as desire to 191 July 4.... Arlaomaangla are -
otM t she'll make f- dancing Richard Arlen a telei
Joh to wed W series, "Rawhide Riley." RAy-
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company of "The to film 13 stanzas of "Ro
Seven-Year Itch" nW the r9le of Jones, Space Ranger," withA
Skub .nd, who strays. The ence-fiction effects due to to
tSr -wo wlU fll Vml e lnterrtellar-TV operas....
BresaU's -y.model role hbt lt. a new date for the expect
bgeen ted, Barbara Hale-Bill Will
be Nw Year's *ve.... e
Conc lacs Oilford tells It in a bar "I Want a Divorce" on rad
ailoUal magazine: It's about to be. translated I
Two Nxftwood children got TV by its originator, Lou Forl
late n sigument. FinSlly, as the with all the tears and misery
krpv n became more a n- fans seem to like.
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6: 0 s 9P and Alarm Cloc Mokulnd j,"u techicolor, tie r mUles thWe bohe- opening trick. The chance of de-
b0-Nw directed by J uston and wisan-r (4O* ancest= eating the contract was not
7:0 -News tart Jo Ferrer l role tate-ated pronasng, but West was one of
7:05--The Alarm Clock Club rtree made tings. those tough guys who Is always
7 (ntd.) tomorrow, c=tral l- uton w conderable punching.
1 S.2=J 2 Vari ter, trot i ted Artists re- W ein se te the casting of
:S: = ReVel le lease. the role, of t three women In "For his jump In hearts, de-
: eae The pportn g cast Includes LautIart ih. Zs Zra pabor, the clarer must have six hearts, the
S:le aZsa Sia as be3s Aril; Co- internatioal glamor girl who spade king and no more clubs. Tob
9: iWand Get It letteM Mdua Mar haLMm.tur.ne.to a career force the strong hand couldn't
10:00- wn let; Sa as Myrlamme. of acng was an inevitable help matters. mast might have
IM.05,.OtfteReteord -the last14W- at Lau 'a life, choice for the part of Jane Av- the queen of diamonds, and on
1:0 ews ord and, in t ofe rol Tof lfia ril. the beauftlul snd vivacious that reasoning West pushed out
-fthe Record (contd.) uresof the deimonde of star entertainer of the Moulin the king of diamond.
P12:L00.Iews W oitme-ce ae h asl Rouge. "Dummy's ace won, a trump
12:0.--Lan T ton Adio Alcha, OW Umlne as Patou, If there was a single flaw in was played, and West was In
12:30-LPopar Music Walter or = aS the dancer the chace it resided In the fact with the ace. He led the Jack of
1:00-Nws De.smoset Rupert John as Choco- that the gy and witty Zsa Zsais, diamonds, and after s o m e
1:1 ensaf PO s IP lat, and many others, roughly, about twice as beautiful thought But continued the good
l AAThe major ortlon of "'Moulln as Jan Avril was. But It Is high- work by overtaking and return-
Rouge* was fled In Paris, in ly doubtful that anybody will Ing a diamond. West could ruff
fl e tfo-Dance many of the 1dwlife boulevards quarMel with such a discrepancy, higher than dummy for the set-
2:W- and bistros that Lautrec-scion which errs very much on the aide ting trick.
3:00-Afl de of French nobility who preferred of the ang6s. I declared had been to
:00ll tar ------ Hall If declarer had been as tough
3;:1 e (t l "Little. _as the opposition, the defensive
3: _M..dsd a efforts .would have gone for
naught. The simple expedient of
ducking West's king of diamonds

5:15-UZlOLJS THB could hardly lose-would have
5:20-W1 YOur Favor e done the business."
(amd.) w A very neat defense even
:35-What' Your Favor though It required a, llp on de-
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shows In Las Vegas for Lode fua she no longer s
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By CARL LUNDQUIST NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams W L Pat.

Kiner's home runs are habit-forming for the Chicago St. Louis 36 24 .600
Cubs. who have hit more than any team in the Na- ePhiladelphia 32 24 .571
tional League since he joined them just 20 days ago. Cincinnatu 22 36 .f37
Ch3cago 20 38 .3450.Firm Gp
It Isn't just the eight homers in 4-i games of the top and to Pittsburgh 21 45 .318
that Kiner has delivered himself within 1-k2 games of the runner-
since coming over from the Pi- up Dodgers when they defeated -
rates. It ls the fever he has Pittsburgh 6-3, mainly on the TODAY'S GAMS Thirty-eghth of a series.
spread to the entire club, which hitting of Enos Slaughter. Old Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N) y JULIUS BOR0
has hit a total of 29 in that Warhurse drove in four runs with Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N)
stretch, compared to only 25 in a first inning single and a bases Philadelphia at Chicago Many golfers let go at aie
the previous 38 games this sea- loaded double in the fifth to give New York at St. Louis tN) top of the backswing.
s on. Gerry Staley an eight hit victory. The grip collapses. The club
Staley recorded his 10th victory dip far below the parallel line
Look what the other Cub slug- against only two defeats, limit- YESTERDAY'S RESULTS wtM the ground which It should
gers have been doing right along ing the Pirates to a lone hit and Brooklyn 001 000 021-4 9 1 approximate. The hands lead
with Kiner-Randy Jackson has an unearned run in the last five Chicago 300 402 00x-9 13 0 the club in the downswing with
hit seven homers. Dee Fondy fve I innings. Danny O'Connell drove Erskine (5-4), Black, Podres, the clubbead hurrying to catch
Hank Sauer four. Eddie Miksls In the other Pittsburgh runs in Branca and Campanella. Hack- up.
two. and Clyde McCullough, Roy the second with a single, er. ,3-10), Leonard and Gara-
Smalley. and Tommy Brown one glola. Rhythm gone. So is power.
valley. and Tch Cleveland trying to cut down Distance la sure to suffer.
a mountain with a teaspoon, re- Night Game The about may result In either
SIt was supposed to be that duced New York's landslide lead Pittsburgh 002 000 001-3 8 9 a fat fade or a hook.
Kiner and Sauer would help to-'10-'2 games In the American St. Louis 200 040-00x-6 8 0 You muut cotitan all your
each other out by presenting a League by defeating Washington Lindell (3-9) and Sandlock. power at the top of the swing so
big one-two punch in the mid- twice by 5-2 scores. Bob Feller Staley (10-2) and Rice. you can remain firm and comn-
die of the lineup and, of late, was tough enough in the clutch pletely in control of the down-
Sauer has caught fire to hit to get by in the opener In which Only games scheduled. swing. Otherwise the clubtace
four homers in the past five he allowed 10 hits and was scored -will not be square. to the .aull
days. on only when Jim Busby hit a lat impact. ..
two-run triple. It was only his AMERICAN LEAGUE If you Ire troubled by letting
Yesterday. Dodger pitcher Carl third complete of the year and TeamsW L Pet. go at the top, apply pressure to
Erskine learned about that one- his first victim since June 7. New York 46 14 .767 the last three fingers of the left
two punch when he served up Cleveland 35 24 .593 hand and the first two fingers
homers consecutively to Kiner Bob Lemon pitched an eight Chicago 35 28 .556 and thumb of the right. This
and Sauer in a four-run fourth hitter in the second for his ninth Washington 32 54 should ive you a irm rip attop.
as the Cubs scored a 9-4 victory victory. Larry Doby hit two run Phladelphia 29 34 .460 the top
that put idle Milwaukee three homers in each game and Lemon St.Louis 21 44 .323 One other problem you may
f ll games in front in the race. and Dale Mitchell also hit second Detroit 16 45 .262 encounter at the top of the
Kiner's 15th homer of the year game homers. Bobby Avila dou-
came with Frankie Baumholtz bled and scored from second in swing is having your right el-
and Dee Fondy on the sacks with that game on a bunt by George TODAY'S GAMES bow pointing out, instead of
singles. Sauer followed with his Strickland past pitcher Sonny St. Louis at Washington (N) down. This is a point you S should
f1th homer and Warren Hacker, Dixon. Detroit at Phadelphia (N) This f ayou another action that
who got no hitting support while Chicago at New York (N) can result from an Improper
losing eight straight games, All of the other teams had Cleveland at Boston (2) can result from an improper
gratefully chalked up his third open dates. pivot.
win of the year. He needed re- I 1 When the hip is properly
litf help from Dutch Leonard Yesterday's Star Enos YESTERDAY'S ItSULTS turned out of the way, the el-Am
whep Brooklyn scored twice in Slaughter of the Cardinals. First Game bow yl fall in close to their
tle eighth.Va e Belardltagged who drove In four runs with a Cleveland 101 001 011-5 14 1 bod, let the eight be-
Leonard for an insignificant bases loaded double and a sin- Washington 000 200 000-2 10 0 Nver let the right arm be-
2*1th Inning Prooklyn homer. gle in a 6-3 victory over the Pl- Feller (3-4) and H g a n. come too tense, or you may auw-
Th Car l moved to with- rates. Schmitz (1-2), Dixon, Sima and fer the'same problem from that. lubhead, which to controlled
-- Fitzgerald. The hands being ahead of,.the pts .-
ball at impact gPneOlMly Is the PVot don't awamy.
Second Game result of over-swinging. Tha &I- ',Dtn't le the hands beat th
Cleveland .100 0~ 100-5 7n 0 so can be -brought about by clUbhead to the ball.
Washington 010 000 100-3 8 0 lunging.
Lemon (9-6) and Ginsberg, Remember that distance t Is Ti u th -a wMstsa
Hegan. Masterson (5-7), Stobib regulated by the speed ofethe foir aatk g
and Grasso.
On gam s scheduled .an b in ane i%
Ferocious Bruins Away .

OKLYN Away With A. Lm
ab r h pe a
Gilliam, 2b 4 0 0 0 2:
Reese, as 3 0 0 1 1 ar Pol
Morgan, ss 1 0 0 3 0 tCuarlyuls 4 1wI U
Snider, cf 4 0 0 5 1 sa ot l toT' l e
Campanella, c 4 0 0 6 0 Inaverieg a -a m 16.
Belardl, lb 4 1 1 3 0 CHICAGO, June 23 (UP) -The ntment s. -..
Hodges, If 4 2 4 0 New York Yankees- who ate ~ Burkib's tf l.E- Wi 1
Furillo. 3brf 4 2 3 1 0 running away with the American him a four-day or rt id1
boxk 4 0 1 1 2Leaguerace-are doing the a viCtO overY Iel
knep 0 0 0 0 same in the All-Star baseball Almost forced I hito
Black, p 0 0 0 0 0 pol, Ofthe-toI
a-Podres, p 1 0 1 0 1ntiouns.Ia W]
c-Shub~ 1 0 1 0 0 American League leaders in mKlgm" Lake, oN_.
Branca, p 0 0 0 0 0 the voting Includ four Yankees sine last Deemberg whel be
--outfielders Mickey Mantle and took the Mim # v.
Totals 34 4 9 24 7 Hank Bauer, shortstop Phil Ria- Veteran Freddle Bas~f twW
zuto and catcher Larry Berra. Orleans, who had '. Mtied
Four other Yankees are among with Burke at .he.
CHICAGO the first five leaders at their po- point, fingshmd seopd,
sition. Those four are first base- and a 274 totaL
ab rah Po a man Joe Collss, second baseman In other -golf r eiive d
Baumholtz, cf 4 1 1 3 0 Billy Martin, third baseman Gil Conrad of De-n a
Jeffcoat, of 0 0 0 0 0 McDougald and outfielder Gene in the Ist a Iw to win t
Fondy, lb 4 3 3 6 1 Woodling. Trans-# at
Kiner, If 3 2 2 1 0 Leaders at those positions are as City by. p Jim .1
b-Metkovich, If 1 1 0 0 0 Ferris ~ain of Chicago at first, of Wiota, Km6.
Bauer, rf 4 2 3 1 0 Nellie Fox of Chicago at gefond Conrad I .L.e-unft.
Jackson, 3b 5 0 2 1 1 Al Rosen of Cleveland aS third par6p7n. r. W
.a.agtola, c 3 0 1 5 0 and Gus Zernial of Philadelphia wipe out V'Us p
1Man aConnelly MIt 2b 5 0 1 5 2 in left field. at the a W a l
SSmalley, ss 3 0 0 4 3 Mantlestilltstop manInthe squared ftheis
Hacker, p 4 0 0 1 1 voting with 78,000. Second base- hole. then wen to d~V.,
THE HEIGHT OF SOMETHING Need for quick reaction in Leonard, p 0 0 0 0 0 man Red Schoendlenst, of the Vickers, two .
play between the All-England and the International Club of ota Cardinals Itso second... wore'than
Britain at Wimbledon caught Maureen Connolly's racket in this Totals 36 9 13 27 8 five-thousand bqhnd Mantle
highly unorthodox position. The San Diego miss defends the Other National League leGars
Wimbledon women's championship in the tournament ending ,aptA *.. ,... i are Ted Kuewki ofCineftm-


July 4. (NEA)


RENT

happy landlords and
toento get together
through our wanotads
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b-Ran for K iner in 6th ti at first. Peees Rem of
-Doubled for Podres in 8th. Brooklyn at short, Ed Mathews
-c-Doubled for PodresIn 8th. of Milwaukee at third, ROy Cam-
Dodgers 001 000 021-4 panella of Brooklyn behind the
Cubs 300 402 00--9 late and Jackle Robinson, Rich-
Sre Ashburn of Philadelphia and
AeT & Errors-Mergan. RBI-Gara- Hank Bauer of Chicago in t h
glola, Mikals 2. Kiner 3, Sauer 2, outfield. '
Jackson, Gilliam 2, Cox, Belar-
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Shubas HR--Kiner, Sauer. Be-
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By JACK CUDDY
United Pres Sports Writer
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NEW YORK, June 23 (UP) And you do
The young guys still have a long. fairway race
ways to go In professional golf period and i
-but they may make It by de- winner -- ev
fault. even thou
Ever since World War II,' ob- were a Hoga
servers of the play-for-pli Mangrum
fairways have been waiting for the way the
the "youngsters" to start coming handled the
through. And they're still wait- he raged: "I
Ing. And there's
Bright were the hopes for such as DI
young'Uns like Jackle Burke, Metz are pi
Jerry Barber, Al Besselink. time.
Walter/Burkemo, Ted Kroll, etc. But Hogs
But the brightness has faded. character of
Burke has been "rookie of the he goes, thb
year" for six years now. He has have that '
won a number of the weekly over their h
Jackpot, once making It five In threat, you t
a row and appearing ready to 9tart coming
make his run at the top. But
when the big ones came along
he failed. CL


Ia .niS w As an example of the failure
U M3 ~of yoush, look at the recent
UiS. Open. The first six were
B members of the old guard.
Ben Hogan, nearing 41, took
*1 h It again-and by six anots. Atter
a spread like tiat, you'd., expect
almost anyone to be close, par-
ticularly some of the ambitious
S youngsters. But who was ac-
ond? That's right: 41-year-old
Ss am 8nead.
S Okay, so a young guy might
have Deen third. Nope: It was
39-year-old Lloyd' Mangrum.
Fourth then? Naw: In a tie at
S Lthat spot were 44-year-old Jim-
my Demaret, 41-year-old George
Woft-.. IFaslo and 39-year-old P ete
______ Cooper.
Ted Kroll was top man among
_ the yoUngsters. dut he coula
do no better than tie 45-year-
old Dick Metz, the full-time cat-
tUeman and part-time golfer, for
eighth place.
S However, it seems pow -
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may besin backing toward the
/ top. But only because the oM
N, timers age going.
Hogan announced, after win-
ning the Open for the fourth
Sr time, "This may be my last
Stine." He said he was "tired
and wasy, and all I wnt Is to
S py m the Witsb Open aM d
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EDINBURGH. June 23 (UP that the first Elizabeth did not
Queen Elizabeth II arrived today rule Scotland.
for the first royal visit of its kind Yesterday two students and a
in 131 years to find her stately 27-year-old man, arrested last
northern capital decorated with week on charges of violating the
flags and flowers for her "little firearms act, were arraigned and
coronation" tomorrow held for hearing next Monday. ': .
The Queen and Duke of Edin- The specific charges were not
burgh stepped from their private disclosed. "L teS pI"-P kP u4 tr& & Ih ft e unt 1i s se "ma-,Unc'*
station after traveling overnight ed the steep streets of this north- TWNT-IGH A 1-3"38 alev
from London and were greeted by er capital which has not seen ..hate L 19., .am 23 i g i
the lord provost and other city the royal regalia-the "honors of
officials and the crowd of many Scotland"-carried before a rul-T i
thousands. Their train reached Ing monarch since William IV
the station at 9:59 a.m. came here In 18 O I 2.
The royal visit is regarded as as 'No Poltics Prom ise
Television cameras took the "little coronation" and there was
scene to millions of others-the some disappointment that at no
first time the Queen has been time will the Queen wear the an-
televised in Scotland. cent Scottish crown and carry
This is the first of her visits to the aceptre as she did in West-
the realms and territories she minster Abbey in London June 2.
rules as a crowned queen since But Sir Thomas explained that H
her coronation in Westminster the Scottish crown-parts of
Abbey in London June 2. and the which date back to Robert the WASHINGTON, June 23 (UP) that goes for *1954, heaming with hgood e fully '.
lord provost, Sir James Miller, Bruce-was so heavy it was rare- -- Former President Truman and after a t o ." got an oron t lteday .for
S hinted out an Interesting his- Iy worn, even by male monarchs found it difficult today toad about ethte Koreoan a hearty hanmakes .tm l .
ralcoincidence. of old. maintain a completely "no ol- Mr. Truman sa Republ a w a De.n- .eOnerty ab
Three hundred and fifty itics" rules on his visit to thsla not be right for odrq.
years ago, almost to the month r t politically-conscousoa. aot.aadmment because he Rp Edward H. R .es -al.. asked ,i o -m .
--April 1603-her direct ances- for A Group He k to his bb aom ie ot r in pot A to have up. to reat eM he am h We Vf it -
tor James VI of Scotland left not to maakq pol5 em- l the a11minn alad, 1V.1 b 1- e _.
here to become James I of Eng-t Enots on 1 9 p'nen "lt et O a t ehe r f a -d I waS iha a tabl We0s
mI 1 on tnh members o tr old e tlhf |rIt g oresba f ek all.. X"
land and unite the two nations. t To Inform a Publ~ h- ord e lO ru n h rt~ b W. i f t IL gh
His mother Mary Queen of Eisenhower adinialamsation. After a talk with reporters and fe_ -7_e2.-ol4 Ta- thers n of e
oo ,lived n h a o fme ."a Pe dustr oeal. omae But he has spent most of his n rel cameramen In bla d- well-wlahc.wir e- io-
of Holyroodhouse. which er now ittime so far with former political hotel suite, Mr. Truman wet to well he looaed Be
Sclland's own way of ookir WASHINGTON, June 23 (UP) assoates. He s a et last the Capitol for lunch with the however, that he wm VO' ,
Scotland's own way of lo oe The Joint CoN e elonal At Pnight at a party h former Missouri congressional dele ga ttl Srem Mear .. of .Tta
at its queen in the light of the Joint Congressional oAt- White House counsel Clark ClI- tias. fromfW d itrad eto so
"Scottish love of kinship," was oic Energy Committee will hold threw n h onor ouf an old ilon-ioof ol P -
stressed last night by Sir Tho rtn g tomorr public hoaq political friend-Chief Justice NO=MGM.l _______he___
a nneof Learney, who arrang- startinaitomorro w Stoe a c omment Po- the o eUSM
as Innes of Leaey, who arrangl the public with problems involv- Fred M. Vmison. nKe t t e.. d -e..
ed the order of the first rova ed in development of atomic en And h had a date for libTh n e with staff htmeoo w
yearisit of ths magnitude in 131 er for owner purposes today with his form White toldnewmen he
e rhsChairman Gordms on ean frand House staff, and toohi s o .Mt Iakk out of a local
In E land, Elizabetho i a memer o th c calls for dinner with the stf
ged realm of Scotland, Sir Thomr net officers are tentatively sched- Tomorrow he will lunch with inAmtakig photoga of the
as said in annterview, she s a uled to testify during the hear.- Senate Democrats and Thurs- o wo from emlde re m
family sovereign and every Scot, ngs, along with representatives day address a breakfast et~e- CO Or JuneS2 (l8 fe. fnenet t
no mlattser how remote, has a Of vate industrial companies. Ing of freshman Democrat in elen Kller, who visited f an
personalnteresst in her." committee during the last the House. am& recently while on a Latin- TdWther be onth tWA INJu
This idIntifieation of the few weeks has held secret hear- Rep. Robert L. Condon (D- Amirican .tour, has, announced 53ide BhaU a th Th cost t ht h W w
queen with Scotland- her wings on atomic power develop- Cal.), head of the fre tnan, that she plans topropaoe the fat. 13
mother i Scottish and she de- meant. said he hopel Mr. Truman would imation of a Pan-Anericr n A- m ted.
seeds from Mary Queen of Committee chairman W. 8ter- comment "on the existing legis- sociation for the Deaf and *u1d. i
ots rather than the first ling Cole (R-N.Y.) said in & lative and political scene." The noted American blind a" Mr. t anwho his e l a tz
'Eisarbeth- wa emphashDed- statement that the committee deaf teacher expeuctit .the n "tteak .l t.
Elwabeth Wras emphasized hopes "this series of public hear- Solme of the time with former proposal next montn WH c I ao faSls o th pa .I af '. in
everywhere in Edinburgh. Ings will result in a broad base politeal de- ewheA she will be one of th eConlI to, so i
Nevertheless since there is a of public understanding on prob- voted taL' Oup a sa rs at the annu nve" i "wni" i IJ 4r
small but active group of Scot- lems involved." ~e a national defense t e of LIAta ClUab. is..
tish nationalists in the cityPo- He said it also would in dictate T man s adeso e cau l0 the ra
lleg were taking elaborate. seur- whether there la i need for re- mTe in Philadelphia Friday MtisS K e l e r ited rauil pri.r
ity precautions-there havebeen visionofthe 194Atomic ergy it at a meetIng. of the Chile, Para., pPanawa aid4 Mt. i- .
objections to the uas of the cy- Act to ease the government mo- ReIserve Offieers odela- co. and sought gh t it nmt f i iI rtowe. I
pher "-IIl-R" on the ground nopoly on atomic energy. o tw.n both goM rnment at former PresideI ah r- -
Mr. Truman, thoroughly en- g ninatiobs In the 1trl and .. . r 6h. .
oh nLstasince o NoVember l Repub- Alit success 'i o WStan her *
John LH aruch Navynds heilsan loss hIjrity tiar e derGOP Ow ha i Bhe k MI
Altend Slag Dinner Names Ike As US's yest"e y "that" e i F-- u,*- bli- ad
election time rolls around." l rae s e nd b Py ew',iIa. ti
As Guess Of Ike Pdrmary Safeguard Y S......
LOS ANGELES, Calif., June 23Crds
WASHINGTON, June 23 (UP ) The United 8ttae Is .s
John L. Lewis president of eguardedn fro enemy attack e lo d i
the United Mine Workers, ands "primarily" because of f. e.nt
elder statesman Bernarg M. Elsenhower's "Integrity and abil-
Daruch wore among 14 s of y" Secretary of the Navy Rob-& RMJnSIM
r n n ert B. Anderson said today. AglLook Sm As East's Heat e C o
dinner at the White Hou Anderson told members of the
presidential press secretary military affairs committee of the PARIS, June 23 (UP) Inde-
James C. Hagerty said the din-Los Angeles chamber of corn- pendent leader Antoine Pinay's DALLA% Te., J une S28 (UP) At og
ner was a strictly private social merce that "the enemy knows chances of winning solid support The U. &. weather bureau at sl g P
affair. President Eisenhower, has talked for his bid to return to power as Dallas said tornadumi. were re- as -
Other guests were Attorney to him and respects him." Dew Premier appeared slim to. ported early tod.y at Pampa,
General erbert Brownell, Jr.; It is not alone the atom b6mb, d as.the majority of two pow- Tex.; Tope a, Ka .l e, Okla.
Budget directorJosephM.nor is it our miUtary might that erfl g groups seemed ready to op- and Sttbluff, NeO da
Dodge Dr Milton 8. Eisenhow- deters our enemies," Anderson his anddare. recaster at said W
er, the President's brother; said in a speech yesterday. oThe doughty tannery owner they did zotb now fu"
Harry Hullis, chairman of the "It is primarily the President. confided to his friends that alghted at those four' ,bea
board of General Mills; Dr. Ed- It is the knowledge the potential should he not receive formal theg
ward L. R. Elson, pastor of the enemy has of President Elaen- edge of the Catholic Popular Th7wi er -1P
National Presbyterian Church; bower's integrity aRd ability." public (MRP) and the ex- tered funnell el
and president Fred Gurley of Anderson, here on a tour of Gaullist gou p that they will ported aloftTes
the Atchinson-Topeka & Santa West Coast naval installations back him in the investiture vote. Oklahoma'kansas
Fe railroad, said the Navy "eventually" Wi will not even try. Pinay said Nebraska through Thu
Fred Lazarus, Jr., of Cincin- have to expand its shipbuilding he expected to make a decision The ka0 ema
aati, president of Federated program to maintain its striking around noon. said bt e ,a
department Stores; John J. Me- power. The .P and the ex-Gaullists torn4o #t V ld.
oy, board chairman of the "We are not at the present met before noon today and are lighted
hase National Bank; H. J. Por- time planning a shipbuilding due to hold caucuses after.lunch meh
Republican National Com- program of the size which would before telling the rightwing ex- W
tteeman from Texas; Bid normally be required to maintain Premier whether he may countIna nIg the ..'.
hardson of Fort Worth, Tex.; our active fleet in a completely on combined 10-deputy A
rthur Hays Sulzberger, pres- new and modern state," he said. vot. he majority of the ME was The
and publisher of the New "However, we feel that this oppob Play on grounds he InA Mldwest I
rk Times; and Dr. Henry M. program of conversion and mod- too muc50h to the right while the yete~da theo
Wrlton, president of Brown ernization can suffice only for-a ex-Gautats ar afraid of his ree- acore ot weftheg
University. limited time." ord as."too' European-minded." the weat F".


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ANY DAY OF THE WEEK! '
Chile wedged between the majestic Andes -n the
pounding surf of the Pacific Ocean 8ai. '
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