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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
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01634
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rih bad a lightly dffermt ed new ewecatfins by Red Afmy firing quads.
Idea b how and when the let. th e rere. 1oodboth against East German ua
terms should, be sent, the reprs bloodbath against t German u
ur. fMr a oa anmo. re- leaders contiited.
ident ofi sothe S o Nues Deiutschlond, official East Zone Com
was hopeful that he HoMe orgap, disclosed that two more East Germans werei,
would s the podiosen cuted. by the Rsion last week at Madgelbg. .
Commit yesterday. This brought to fodr the total Af officisily
e nev th victims of ReSArmy firig sqqads Out the real figure
fcut hurde yet to be taken believed much higher. /
e cuad monsoIn .t 'he The toll of oll those execirted by the Russian
not t. we asr.by East Zone Cbmmun&t guilletines was biew l
. K t, n.. to he of ,e,,st30 and perha o eve. more.
rs.fee "for people
to write agalo to members of The Coamun lt courts were ealed off from Wwt dBelt
the House Appropriations Cor- working overtime hasdnhw doyh refueen were almost
eadt e e death sentences under di.ret r* Ea drliners fleeing to -
milt enmte felti that the em- dern of "'ed Hilde" Ben to escape arrest afterI-
T Powv*& toapptil *de" f j Lce of kbCo "sin not wrn
to M to: ratify he 3 er cent of
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St a tdes ae befoe send- Magde streets" and killed a Ademaoer pledged a
re'comn'eniAnInl n l IIsa otters. ComaBioa t policeman wfth his oath am beiwif of iAh i
Te, iamutoto Aown artlne. German people'
t eace eemion eemposed of "I a elated over the action The Magdeburg demonstrators. would nbt rest antil
memb., of both hbou to ad- of the Sepate Copmlttee," Love- the pener added, also stormed Soviet some Germ- arn
r the just dftreneoh., lady saWd. I feel in my own mind the railroad headquarters and and Gamnaan again
ab h that be no debate on the offices of a Communist "The entire German people
m anttg .the Seathe e Canal Sections of "peace" orgntaUtion. hind the Iton Curtain
oqlIttee roUea ended fr- the'bill n the floor of the Sen. The Communists thus far have us not to forget them"
hl thlathsa ef e the PiDAm iAt- ate. admitted officially the execution said.
S^sfm he mePtMi t behd ifulAesa "&A a rqle t# conftres Include of four Germans by Red Army "And we swear at this
Sth rw4helIr MreteMI the chairman of the committee firing sauads and two by the moment we will not
St. O'Ml took the a lus te chairmann of sevitral Communists themselves, them.
i cr oaMtl n of o e There will be "We shal not rest and we
,e heree te1ently on psetiDps e Senators and IPve Other ylvtims, senording to not rest I ed thin
-tCa'aIl 2eonDaI bI y Congressmen. repnts resehinr West Berlin oath on behalf of the entire
RBennie andMr. ubh bt net seainfred b the Com- man people until
e. "When the Magteamme- are mnuamte, Ioeladed thue Conm- freedom ai. until all
R. nnie, f the nit named than I babtve the rank- nmar wolleemen *xeeutea In Is united gabt in peace
am Mfs Citizens' Assocldais abm and-file should awk them to ac- uast Berei for refusing to obey freedom."
UNM. Lngmore, of the o A cpt t Vrlon." asniaslaoffleer, two Com- Neueu Deutschland said a
Su tatn, ret uae to the Nb AO.l te CLU-MTC mnin at noUeemen executed In man coartsat Halle had
% a 'week after. pei7i g iiaeans w are Erfut for the same reason, down a anath sentence f *
rsi and t e atx 9 i m en on the Magdeoburg as *ringlmeaders." tioan cae commander aat
y neS t-me hers toeua neole ensbrneD 4fohe reorteyz
i.m Mass arrets of workers con- released the rioters who
a tinued at least 5.000 were tacked th'Hale Jail and
S'a S fam animmein CoInmunist ly Joinaed the anti-Communista
S said. I laa Berlin and between Neuer Beutbhland also
work with e. We, 3 i0 A throughout the the first detailed report of
Sem eov e. tprialng In tena.
..- -he. tWe Western allied corn- The newaooer sadanti-ce
&A m today coldly detected munists atomed Red party o'
C 4 1* -WO0 dam- govTat charges that Western flees and thow deuumelts
IU &BIn I^ agent& provoked the BerUn up- the street.whee thev were bu
Up been Jed rINsM. a- renewed theIr rde- ed. Cdaszuusat offielalt we a
O .iiart by George mand for eav Ulttin of, the iso- beaten uo and robbed. The
SM action el -the ovlet sector 'from era sang the Neast t ar
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SdC t 4st7to* was p Drtisaftwrecked.
Snanner a S to E C let reprisals. Other Red I ccupled b
et aug on Diablo Road They ftrh e to also were smashed. About 40
s Minor belonging ristoe- t e efly 6 daritg the nons were Injured in one
an l a With tthe Soviet s one virtually In Lelof'g, Neues Deutschi
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The Moil kox te s* open fiu:i ati .- Jars of The iPeMiad Am
Iten. Letters are received gr*afully end are handled In a wholly confl
dential manner.
It you contribute a letr don't he impatisat it it doesn't appear th
Uext day. Letters are published ln the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to oe poe length.
Identity *o letter write" is held in strictest oetidense."
This newspaper esnemae e responsibility for istatenit as opinteil
espreMed In letters fe "omes.

INSTEAD OF COMPLAINING
Cuundu, C. Z.
Sir:
it seems As if the issue of the Curundu Housing people versus
Military Police has almost been exhausted. However, only one
article his appeared in support of the Military Police who work
In the area, and before this subject is dropped, I want to add my
two cents worth. (With the restoration, partially, of the dif-
ferential pay, it will amount to slightly more, natch).
firstt of all, thefts of clothes from various clotheslines. Why
dor.' the people simply take their clothes inside at night and
solve the entire problem? Possibly that is harder to do than tc
derive satisfaction from razzing MP's, or less exciting.
The MP's must have considered having a meeting of residents
of Curundu to explain the advantages of the plan mentioned
abox e, but if they share my opinion, and I think they do, it would
be useless because the people in Curundu wouldn't bother to at-
tend such a meeting.
I'm not proud of my neighbors in any respect as regards the
understanding of the problems of the MP's which patrol our
streets here in Curundu.
As an example, when the flag Is taken down daily, I have
noticed certain civilians who continue their activities, and on one
occasion in particular laughed at an MP when he asked them if
their had no respect for the flash. That Individual well deserved
a slap across sthe face with a pistol for his disrespect. That same
MP probably survived Korea or the Second World War fighting
under that flag, and will do the same in future wars. Plain out-
right stupidity on the part of the Curunduite.
-Intead of complaining against the Military Police, those of
us with some sense of AmericE nism and respect should get behind
them 100% in their efforts. We should pass the word around
whot needs to be done and talk it over in general with our neigh-
bor
Forgive us you Military Policeman. Some of us are blind, but
some of us appreciate you in your sharp uniform and watchful
Someone Who Appreciates You


RUMPUS AT THE DOOR


Ancon, C. Z.


Sir:
There is a public nuisance at the Tivoli Commissary who Is
creating 1ll feelmg between Panamanians ana the gringos. The
Tivoli Commnin.-.ry Is situated too near to the border of the Re-
publo for. -lys like this man to be so indecorous. The higher
authorities should remove him from that pedestal he now has. .
Last Friday if it wasn't for the Police Officer on duty at the
Commissary there might have been a very large demonstration
due to the selfishness of this man who would not allow custom-
era Wd re-enter the store to obtain goods they had:saready pur-
chased. Salad oil is sold outside of the commissary: At times-
the line Is so long that one is held back until the last bell is rung
which means the commissary is closed. If your goods are lying
Inside the store and you cannot re-enter to obtain them, It would
behk lO to shop in the Tivoll Commissary. This man who was at
Srefoed "to let grant permstslon to customers
L SWa=l'=AH goodiFuWthased.
Hope this article is read by someone who will give tJbi4 ~nan
a reprimand.
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broad power 1.0 dispose or inel
buxpiuses in any %\ay Liat 1
ctlooses. I'ns coula be by relu
shipuaeui at home, oy expol
sales at reduced prices or b
1 aLb1UghL gut.
F'or a time the draft of thl
proposed legislation was know
Sas "tne bendon oill." inis nam
was taken trom the tac tlha
the White House had aske<
Secretary of Agricultui. EZrr
I ''aji Benson to craw up such j
0 Jill.
isut when P.mnson heard the
3 his name was oeing tacked ontc
th-. idjck he protested violently
SRememL-.ring what had oap
opened to former Secretary o
Agriculture Charles F. Brannan'
e so-called "Brannan" plan, th
new secretary hastened to de
cline any credit for the Eisen
bower wninistration idea.
Benson had to take this
position for the simple rea-
son that he has been a lead-
er in trying to save the
government money, get it
out of the farm business,
and end federal handouts.
This new idea, however, was
nothing more than a dis.
guised U. S. subsidy to
American agriculture, and a
give-away program to beat
anything heard of since the
days of Led-Lease and
UNRRA.
Sc the Benson bill was re-
christened the general bill. It is
now being polished off by White
House, Buoget Burqau. Mutual
GEcurity Administration. De-
,artments of State and Agricul.
iure, before being submitted to
Congress or approval.
In substance, this general bill
is merely an extension of the
Pakistan bill, on a global basis.
It is also an extension of other
proposals made by the Amer-
ican Farm Bureau Federation
and the National Orange. Their
aim has been to get rid of U. S.
cropl surpluses by dumping
thbm abroad, so as to keep
American alarm prices high at
home.
The Farm Bureau proposal Is a
one-shot proposition. It would
authorize the Commodity Credit
Corporation to turn over to
Mutual Security Administration
up to $1 billion worth of U. S.
crop surpluses.
These surpluses would be sold
abroad by MSA at market prices
and paid for in foreign cur-
rences. The foreign money
would then be spent abroad to
finance U. S. military and eco.
nomic aid.
The Grange proposal Ls to es-
tablish a two-price system on
American 4arm products. The
higher price would be charged
American consumers. The lower
price would be charged for ex-
port sales of the surpluses
No matter how the Farm
Bureau and Grange propo-
sals are dressed up, they are
nothing more than disguis-
ed farm subsidies. And no
matter how the Pakistan re.
lief or general bills may be
justified, they are in es-
sence handouts.
SIn spite of the fact that there
wa a change of administrations
last January, th. philosophy of
the multanillion dollar give-
1away still prevails is Washing-
ton, as the solution to all tor.
eign problems.
This had caused something of
a split within the Elsenhower
administration.
The Department of Agricul-
ture under Benson. and his
Foreign Agricultural &Ervice un.
der Romeo E. Short, are oppos-
ed to the give-away State De-
partment and MSA are for it.
There is, no question
about Pakistan needing and
deserviul the aid. She has
had two years of cr.p fall-
ures and famine. She has
been a good friend and sup-
porter of the United States
in foreign affairs. She Is a
young and struggling eoun.
try. She has Just gone
through a cabinet crisis
over failure to solve food
shortages. I
Six months ago, when the
Pakistan government first ask-
ad the U. S. for aid. it was on
the basis of a loan to buy wheat.
Last year Pakistan was given
$15 million loan with which to
buy U. S. wheat.
She got other aid by barter
from Russia, Japan and the
British Commonwealth coun-
tries.
This year the request was
again made for a wheat loan.
Republican Speaker Joe Martin
came out of a White House
comerence saying that a wheat|
lcan tor Pakistan had been
agreed on. But when the formal
request came out, it was for a
sift.


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most said locusts-.people. some other hink bap, sob1
opened. Some friendly inusects who bit the Au cle
pretty strongly got ideas about world ooAntr .d
so we have been on. the edge of disaster. Z e
I forgot to mention that S word yu rem= er, yWE
called atom, and which used to mean He
means very big indeed, and It lIa A
past belle The human insects h ve
gling for control of It. and stealln it ach
other, and carrying on something .a
After we t out of the bit. -J
and somethg called the U
us another one.
Except tbja time it Van't e a ar
called a poule station. T ,bhls. ,t
was actually mad at san or '
body. except by ground rules. All th
Inr was killing each other. ,a i
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couldn't fight the Rusalans became we wer'all oft


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Two years ago. India asked for
a famine-relief wheat loan.
President Truman asked Cmo-
gres to give Ind'a two million
tons. Congre ba-.3d, and am-
thorszed a $190 million wheat
.oan instead.
The question now is whether
the Republican Congress wiUl
follow suit to convert the
Pakistan and general bills into
loans.


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must say I am a nite sorry for the 17-year
its, who went underground.-you should par-
the expression-in 1936, an are just lifting
r dreadful little heads around the nation.
ie 17-year cicada i; quite a nies bug. as a
ter of fact, who just bliniN his big eyes and
a through the hot summer evenings. They
In for quite a shock.
batch went to bed in 19 In what they fopd-
elieved was woods, for Instanpc, and came to
the other day in Long Islald in a mm-
h subdivisibn. Merciful heaven it shouldn't
n happen to a locust, even if he ls called Rip
Cicada.
or all locusts, everywhere, I thought that as
blic service I would catch tWem up a little on
t's passed since they burrowed into the dita
a nice long nap.
ie depression started to end bout the time
kids went to led, chums, apd then sAgged it
tnlddl again. There were sme type around.
ed Witle and 'Iojo and M**Otini who start-,
a mosb awful fracs cald "WorldM-4Wt-
h took some time and money to unreL
Y all wound up In a sorry fashion, wlt
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De, was re-pose vehicles. Th plates
krom are not Issued to ball bonds-
la ter men.
Partleular Cat
Would BUFFALO, N. Y. (UP) Leta
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lUtions television but turns lts head
good whenever a commercial comes
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Sar- TRAYNE, Neb. (UP) Larry
to Kohtz, 7 Ia getting a bit skep-
uld tical of the Baster season. He got
the the three-day males ou Good
SFridda of last year and the red
means eas the same day this
year.
STalk, Ta, Talk
as LYNN, Mass. (UP) John
Donahue, a Lynn lawyer, gave
thethis definition of a conference:
s. o d o"A meeting of those who can do
and nothing indi vidually and who
WL N, In a Ram- agree collectively that nothing
can be done."
A The that
ce that.
.1 -lfoot of a SHREWSBURY, N. J. (UP)-
.tob414 ation, its Burglars who broke into the Ma-
.. .. .maW tbUte to the estic Amusement Co. here be-
........leved in earning their money.
,,nid. .They cracked a safe and stole
ldingst Cristo$873 but ignored $2,679 in an
a rbonunlocked box sitting right on
Pnam--.top of It.
*TCooperative Pooch
"de- on w i be M~IMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) -
O ved,u to 1W a. m.July EisA.. Mrs. Cl]rence Shelton's dog
Pahil stuck his head h! his dogiiouns
WWU sr -one day nd s a ni laying
.. an egg. Now w n he sees the.
O, RK. Ju S24' (UP) hen heading for his home he
Shliouses N. aee EWa ift 43, Of walks outside and waits until
of41., ii DsNo 8okt oon. M&s., Vlp for the she's laid her egg.
.n time_3eiLGbrof pan-
S oe ftbal. TeYhmnlin g In Navy uniform, was No Business




00 Lfam ettme No usin" .'
o 0frt sotte. gek adQt .be, federal home 'PORTLAND. Ind. (UP) For
S -Two,.~ ,tb ti.~4. Oe et ~no edy. to f-inish 47 days the Portland fire ee-
p~~tpcti e. a ier. oer.partment was idle. Then thel'
A&Sh ioY W d hoCswio n ( Ftid MRIT N.PUPneweh bothered en
to'h 1"ilo n f ,'Whis oL- enthe ob -T firefighters reached the
.Mu 3 V- 'Ure Mt. forom the ono fUnfornA--ranging scene the excitement was over.
Sfrom thelues of uin. ordinary An oerheated kerosene stove
soef" to te"ld br.d _of a hrad been f arried dutlide before
aneg uue ngoldvhi" m uL- caught i eeye it could, cause any damage.
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.. a ; , safe 4.. eo Inth $it 1 sa id tohveYo dillery uh to the church
(0')'. 2m"Jm asome ~Lhe "Ioavefurace
Rya .s, aked how long ltwo~d 1 rEDftIJH, N. 1 (UP 1 --
a i to fish the Job. _Thie~e ~M t1le meat. 20 carton
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex- lyn Myers, no longer sees his Ju-
elusively Yours: Movie extras. liet. Since the death of his moth-
whose ranks once yielded stars er. the 17-year-old actor attends
like Garv Cooper. Joel McCrea. Children's Professional School
Joan Craw ford and John Wayne. and is dating pretty Darla Mas-
are singing 'Happy Days Are sey. who played Phyllis Kirk's
Here Again about the advent of sister in "The Iron Mistress."
CinemaScopC and other big-,
screen innovations that blow up HELD ON TIGHT
Marilyn Monroe left eyebrow to
the size of Lake Superior Gilbert Roland. who rose to
With tWe camera eye spread- stardom from the $3-a-day ex-
Ing out. the extra is no longer a Ira ranks and co-starred in the
background oilur selected by the silent version of "*Camille" at 19,
casting director as he would a is as wide-eyed as everyone else
potted palm! about his new ride on the star-
dom roller coaster.
"Extras are once again per-.
formers and new stars will be' Playing a romantic French
drawn from the extra field." Del- singer opposite Jane Russell in
mar Daves. directing "The StO-.RKO's "The French Line," the
ry of Demetrius" at Fox. told me handsome Latin who says he's
"Today. because he's just as 47 grinned:
much infocus and just as much1
In the picture as the star, the, "I'm the same character, ami-
extra ha? to act and react. He's go. I haven't changed: I just
not just some vague figure filling figured some day they'd want
up space. Moviegoers will be' me. I stuck It out. amigo. I had
watching him. So will producers! faith-and the feeling of defeat-!
and directors-for the first time ism never entered my mind." I
In many, many years."
*- Roland's career was as black
Novelist Margharlta Laski is' as a studio's without a 3-D cam-
red-faced. era after two years in the Army
She was dead-set against Bing. and a series of six Cisco Kid
Crosby starring in the movie ver- westerns. "I was typed as Cisco,'
sion of her "Little Boy Lost" and: amigo, and then John Huston,
now the reports are in that Bing cast me as a Cuban revolutionist I
Is sure to be nominated for an in 'We Were Strangers.' That ro-
Oscar for his emoting in the pic- mantle ditch-digger brought my
ture. career back to life. I no longer
T- b. was a stranger to Hollywood."
Tab Hunter's feeling mighty
low. Edward Small cancelled pro-
duction on "Screaming Eagles," Novelist Alfred Hayes' next
the movie that was to give Tab bride-he wrote the Kirk Doug-
his biggest break. .las starrer, "Act of Love"-willl
be model Marietta Lewis.
Reed Hadley. the fearless In-
Spector Braddock of "Racket- Vic Damone will collect $100,-
Squad." is being sued for breach 000 in.night club warbling dates
of contract by movietown agent before he returns to MGM in Au-
Antrim Short. gust.... Hey, Lucy Ann So-
thern has 17 fan-magazine sto-
STARTING FRESH ries slated for publication.in Au-
Srust and September....There's a |
.Ginny Simms, looking like the list in the Jose Ferrer-Rosemary
Ginny of yore following her hos- Clooney romantic boat.
pitalization and divorce irom Bob --
Calhoun, will resume her'sliging
career on radio and TV in Sep- Hollywood's out-of-work stars'
tember. ,now are being called "The Movie
"It wasn't a heart a tack asIdles."
people thought," she toI& me. "I
was simply exhausted, that's all."
dites wbla aide 'with, Name Poll
gJ] .rbb In h1is' domestic
v with-'7u .ondon point, COUNCIL BLUFI, Ia.* (UP)
lmotheri v"w trouble: --A poll taken at Th6mas Jeffer-
IsL b Jack's son High School here shows Bobf
-o I1ito be the most popular name.
Alan Ladd's d1or" wax*'at Following in popularity Larry,
Madame Toussa44's I1 Lon4On. land Don, Jim, Ronnie,'BE.1, Jlrry"
Without a shirt, of *e'urse. ., and Charles.
Van JohAaon nixed dyeing his _,
halrhblack for "The.Calne Muiti-
S '! ... .Gloria de Haven, report-
edengaged to Marty Kimmel,
has been Lng- rTich Jerry Hertz-
feld at t Borrache in New
York. Hi*-fainly owns Tropical
park.... A Literary Beer? Detec-
tive story author Mckey Spillane
will hoas a seres of 'em as a pub- -
licltcy stintfor his first movie, "I, .
the Ju.0 *Y
Veteran filmeker Hunt Strom-
berg Is* about to leap into TV
rifter long'period of semi-re-
.tirement, with a filmed play- W
,house series.
Alan Dinehart, III, front-pag-
ed across the nation when he dis-I
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easdw w h er Nsew- aw Mr. And Me. Mrs. McClelland
,m.L'ahases, et 111eA9I wi speWial fare- and Charles will lensr
lion s All- by ft a ohe- hib" W. for Des Moines, low &.
bert O was et orin r.Derwin Davi,
MM after& O VOTK was ib -, Mrs ,, M an .-I__d, .. .... -^Mrs. s a4 S.
hoat efr ealeaIe to hMarogt-; ;Itn--- rived recenatyf'ora
or Mrs. v a t. gela g; T Murer Mrs. Vacation with hi. pare .
A guests pris of a HIn ummel AugenIMa Bordn Lecturer- c mp t t a hien s yearsty
lamp was given the honored Mrs. Rowena rover; Monitor l a it diversity ofa
bya "era C > nn an Mm Lucia blds Trutealor ese
SA rhero Margaret Hopkinsd Zse a
belt we trusted to hogorUsd b Mrs. Lia Dades rt B a u gr.ng hi abnde.
Mr. V Irena Burma, Mrs. Mare mBee, lies during his abmse.
TUe Gn ladle es who partial ated Mrs.Norite Braean, and Mrs. s Smlth a Tydmum
i^ner c eti a n ca.1ee fo" th-five members To Be Hnoed With D___
ma tro, Mr o. B. IF.e o: A retirementudin I .
t 3r, MM CL wmsn present enjoyed refreshments A ......n r ne f..
Charles Thaon Mrs teorge served by Mrs. Dorita Moose, Puplanned for2 ai
has I b froat Scheiba, Mrs iW ag, Mnrs. Mrs. Blades, Mrs. Borden and une 2, at G:0 tm at
h-mr, a dat Jane.- .VogeL_ Mrs. Paul unkle, Ms Carmen Calonge and lorMr.House I un, toh
a the The Mrs. Wallace Thrift, Mrs. Jo- 0le Lyew. 0. Tyde who
&he ant b"Wfteg w man was w r sea eph Lmft l M Irs. M ur.nean, I M. Slr ing from employment
Ftheo -__eAt with and Mrs. A. C. gi= toren -- asDivisio.
ti ti. further Prie s i..reC won -b Mrm 3 eR eTo Msschasetti All Interested friends of
i. ... better sres chebe, Slaughter and Harr- Mr. F. McCleland, of the honorees are cordially ti n
,es better an. to attnd the party. A prime
Dca -,' .te A b _. f S o Ne w s of two dollars covers the sup
["a my the thi Ahegrs cb *HA bon Hoal Morning cof- Scout Ne ws per. .d as
fee was given by Mrs. B. P.
Slaughter and Mrs. Milo Kis -
UTH M man, at the Sughter rTal "Ativity Nit." At ritin. g I, - a
W don e, Monday morning to La n ca aturdayV Uis tie MI Jn eann
Mi )Reres lC a manhera advice t honor Mrs. Vogt. Intermediates and seniors of gren, daughter ofMr. A
'I* r ul'm Ir. ta "~ a shower of handhkerchles in La Boca will hold another o- I s spring a l wee
t ,tead tbuhe geaec t a were presented the honoree by tivity nite" at the La Boca High tion with friend isn the
%9 you at the. .p=. p1-aout i the ladi The hostores gave School Study H a on Saturday. -
but -her a commute traveling case. Theme for the ight will be -" -
Sfatm. =A tropical theme of sea the fifth law: "A Girl Scout I Cs. S. C.
w- i ."-sheM and flowers caused courteous." Skits will be acted n Bo To Staes
.-'btva- .-, on the buffet table and out by senior scouts Doris Rob- Mrs. C .Stevens, f
SthiM is *-s o .- throu i--t the residence. arts and Leonor Atherton with _.-.a .H .. ._-,,,so
thoU ie I iwaito mtate. W. A. Donohue won the Re1aldo Peres and Ouillermo er for New Yor hl e e aE
tot. m a w fie for having thq ap t art- Payne. apd some time visitin d w
S tt a nWthr tim e her purse starting with Games such a Chinese check- I ein th .
Wm. SWta t B1or ithe letter "C." This proved a era pokeup, bingo and monopoly f rI st will te to Gra
ad hilarious contest. w be played. Mothers and fa-RadsMch
er, Foar a chld doesm nt . ... .there of Intetmedlate And senior a ,
nt aisFaCe hsn a _Twenty ladies called to bid Irl scouts are invited to attend.
i ~eMrs. Vogt goodbye. She and ward Wuson wllU gie lessons
m a s be9th gaafow aed w oe Mr. Vogt oovrnighted at the In square dancing to all Interest-
hlb to la e fr a whtrlced o*Hotel Tivoll, Tuesday, and ed persons.
to a severely ,........ left by plane this morning
m.to and severely for Irvngton, N. J. A training course in Girl Scout
nts It's much eaer on the dtCLeadership will be given at the Trademark of nee wlllm
or, too. As-mc-e tern child e hCtoiose C Daughters Rainbow City Junior High School long and short wave eig
daly t oiethe id conslet .is h tan Ofl building beginning Thursday, at from MW5 to NEW,
aly hi Ionsi nt The CatholleDaughters of 7 pan.m. All leaders troop commit- TROPICAL ELECT'O.IMS
me hoa tree to &. America, Court Our Lady of tee members and persons inter-
the Miraculous Medal No. 874 ested in Girl Scouting are in- 45th St. NO. 2 BieD Yet
ia I held their installation of of- vited.
-]Ui-MiI" '-t .1 .flcers Monday evening at the ---
S &a th h Parish Hall of the Church. Girl Seute To Attend
by The Trritorial Deputy, Mrs. Flag Raising July 4
Marie McConaghey, of the Pa- All Girl Scouts are Invited to
cife Side, was present to of- attend, in full uniform, the flag- ivo d.
Nof ficelate as the installing officer. raising, on Independence Day, at
ofWORIE The nw officer, were:7:45 am. in the circle in front of
ma tls, who had completed a Immediatele after the flag-o
Sb- soe part term in this office; vice-rasing tthe girls will proceed to h



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FOR SALE SFOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS SORTS
SHousehold Automobiles 16 0r11 ,1e0 e* Wn s lo0 sclw' t
Wrhe A Ielm Aeme S eer fll ihbosn gas sto I
.aFOR SALE:-Beautiful genuine Chi- FOR SALE.-Ford 1942. 6 cylinders, 2' A e C 2 rates. Teleo 6-441
nese Dragon Rug, in perfect con- excellent condition. 543 Sea o thia. 4567 Pedro MiLuel
" ition, 8 x 10. a bargain, two iron Cocoll. Between 3 30 7 p m. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical C n c-.. I, ledro Mig
flower pot stands, mahogany center FOLR 22 4 Central Avenue "K" Street. Corner w W lWtl Clara Belch Ittege .. "
tble. rror top. P 37h elphone 2-3479. Ponomm. Zb li e r rotor, 7= 0
thFOR SALE:-- 1952 Studebaker 4-door te e2-3 PanaIa. Z uo rfa'o r .,,l
De Luxe 5,000 mile. duty paid. se coc -3056. seer n '
St No. 7. uptars.- Tel 3.1025 leavingisthmus Call Mrs. Payne, AMERICAN HOUJfWIVE- Is n 0 A
-FOR SALE -Practically new dining- 3-2931 Panama We procure best made because we .
room set. Consisting of: beautiful SALE.-- 1940 Lh-reger opplirnts for Idenf tif n P MIUL.w ecnsde Cottoge. The
China-closet. extension table, 6 FO Soa ,1940 mh x'olent r195. verify erences and rqur e health only court in Santa Clam with an
c hair and small side able. Take 0Name ,r me orT 3e t certificate "C P IRVlC." nc w from all cotegs Ste
dvn3-5e of this opportunity t -069. floor. Fella Vista -Theatre. Fhone t beach. Rockgos refrgrotlon.i
this $15000. No 23, 48th Steet:FOR SALE-1949 Ford 4 door sedan, 3-0881 Panama. barbere and shuffleboard. Paene
Apt4. rdio excellent. $85 110 Tel. 2- m 3-1877. Margarita 3.1673,
Apt 4. -ra6o excellent. $844 0 Tel. 2- Money fcr 'oan on properties. Thomas to s Noa 435, Balb.
FOR SALE -7 ft Coldspot refriger- Rcnle E'-.te Agencies. C-ntral Ave. .,. FOR
olor and washing machine. 25 259, phons, 3-1069. P. O. Box S and relax Santo Clar Beach 4 IfAar
Cycle, goa conditon both for'FOR SALE -Buick 198 Convertible 340-1 Panomo. P L furnishd houses. tDs S $4o. tr
cffondiion. wLh go- ----s I'Ylnealboa 1389. '0o9 hr:4 Wlor& ojti W
S$10000 .Telephone .'boa 6358, excellent cOndi1,on. with ga'dO A E N
House 1450-A. fires, leaving Isthmus Phone Miss FOR SA F 0IT nFl ,, T
House- -- ---- |Malone. ClIoton 4126 P hn M.iO S
FOR SALE--Westinghouse refr ger-i FOR SALE:-1951 Ford cornvrt b'e lHeh eO' OIWs
ator in very good condition ondl Fully equipped C -istom'zed, 1,-I -CR SALE:-By compete tv bid: Two --- --- --
ery cheap. Wlliomson Place 0777 450 Call Sat. M-'n Alb oo c.garette machines. For father In- F ENT--3 bedlom furnished
Apt A Telephone Balboa 3764 _6116, 7:00 to 3 30 formation calf at Navy Ex haone in Bllo Vi pt for July and
FOR SALE--Modern mahcgony lounge FOR SALE -'52 Singe- 6.500 mes Office, building No. 24, N-val Ar ust. Tel. 3-5101,
chair $2C 00. House 0599-D, Ba- good condition. onr, roa o-able o'* Slation, Rodman. Te:'ehon 3339. FOR f Nic ZN furnished or
vano. Ancon, phone 2-4766. Ier accecped Call Balboa 4135. ',R SALE -New .radio-phong ph unfumihed oprltet ot clinic
.. ... . .. IR SALE N e" ran io-ehong #ph .t fo clinic
FOR SALE- Sectional livingroom between 5-8 p m comb'idt.on, sewing riachne. Ice or residence. Phone 3-177.
set. 7 pieces. $150.00. Mahogany baby bed. dinetle set, metal c b- F0T RENT:-Furnished house .n El
bureau with mirror. $50.00 3od FOR SALE '41 Wh te truck 3': inctb. I.ilchen storage cabinet, etc. Volle. Telephone Bolboa 3763, or
condition Mrs Olga R. Ausrin tons The Texas Co-.-p ny IPan- Tel 3-5069. Panama 3-3423.
Telephone 2-1280. A,.con. ama, Inc. Tel. 2-0(20 .. FR SALE: National HRO--0T
FOR SALE -Double bed, innerspirng EXCELLENT BUY- 1948 Studebaker Recever 5 cols 25 & E0 cyce FOR RENT
matlress; large metal dining tab'e. Commander. radio. n-w buffet, chairs: venetian blinds for perfect condllaon r. tI pcid. Abcu' 8-5 ___ Apartment
duplex porch, 3 aluminum venetian $800 Call 2-049.). Panrrr, -- FOr SALE- Piano uright grand, I~R RENT:-Fumlahed alprtmen, 1
blinds, 39 inch, cheap. Phone 2-I WE eUY used caror Garage Z:ppl. girl's bicycr fEnglish mckle).In bedroom livlnglmngrO-dn i prch I, F.ee-,S-
1358 house 0760-A. Oleander St ITel 2-1783. Panama solo. i viecl choir, baby crib, Phone and aam. 43 St. Mcin Axe. Ave dl.,
FOR SALE-Venetin blends, vari 916 Colon frone -4. '
sizes, $1.00 each, shelves, cabinet. FOR SALE:-1939 Packard 120. se- FCR SALE:-Pure bred wolf puppies ALHAM4RA APARTMMINTl '
table, reasonably priced. House don. in good condtio 0 g al 6 wee' s. distemper injected, nd wo end four room furnished and
5338-B. Davis St. 2-2427 owner. Many extra tires and !pare omed. No. I, 15th St. West ~umnlshed apo urtmen is; prlo e-an-
parts included. $250 03 House Panama upstairs, cld garden. 8061
FOR SALE'--3 strand bamboo con- 5338-B, Davis, 2-2427 s t --"- '- edN grdens.0tol 1.Tll t nehllai l
I t Bn B rRirCrlsabcl.Telephone Colon
siFting of: large settee, two end FOR SALE -- 1949 Chgvrol.t. per- ed S C .E--Bind!e Bo Luxer, Rgiste r-.
tables,, 2 arm chair~ foct.tool feet mechanical condt lon, n.w wth maes; Baby ..g:; FOR RENT: 3-room comailetbly
notable. 2 pairs drapes of ables, glass top coffee paint. $1,000 ca Sr. Vilr. Tel Bay scales; G. E. Aulomatc Rec- furnished apartment. porch, real-
2table. pairs drapes 2 table lamps 3-4650. I ord Player; Easy Washirn Ma- dental section New Crirtobel. Cell
$325.00. Baby's ch f foner, $30 ---
00. J Gilbert, 1446-Ay Owen St .FOR SALE--GMC truck. 1941 2-ton I chine; Mahogany Wordrobc; com- phone 154. Mr. CalvlAo. Colen.
Balboa The Texas Company IPanamal olete e Tops and D'es. No.0788 FOR RENT: Only gjounq-Ic;or
Inc Tel. 2-0620x H, Wlliamson Place. Tel. 2-4106,i
In : Tel. 2-0620 Baboo. apartment suitable American couple.
f ---Coal, quiet, independent yard. Se
position ere WANTED FOR SALE Kenmore outomaoic 4 ,et 9079-84 $ta .
<--- #4 I [ washing machine, $80 00. Baby O -
NTED Cristobal High school stroller $5.00. Albrook Quarteri FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished apart-
dent or n w d Mleellateous 207-A. phone 86-7238, ment including electric refrigerators
ucnt or any person who wcuI -.."- Suitable tor two couples. Inquire
h e English. Phone Morgan- ..rCR SALE.-Ironite IroneR, 20 elec- 112 Via Belisario sPorras, near
WANTED:--honager,.printe Club tric fan. Automatic lock radio. Roosevelt Theatre. Phone 3-2474.
S- Exper salesmen, on Canal Zone. excellent oppor- jAll 60 cycle p'dctically new. IOA EN -
iilp sb cellnt com- tunity for ambitious single mcn.l Jadwin St., Gamboo C. .Z. FOR RENT:--2-room apartment first .. '
ally, Central Soalary, room and board. ,ia rne M-.----L ,-T C- floor. furni bet, fir 4 ths. In- .W f
It East No. I profit Mail applitatiod to M "record aOMPLbE m PLEoRANCE m1 r Coluire Of i t. i i- o
eager Box 823 Balboa, gv.ng record a lbmi. Pop alllr- ,p Colo I 95.
uEnglihfcation, reference and Jy, N o n F.. .
Sd S wata er. good speller, e ss. bum free with every 15 'rd ise. apartment. months of Juy. on
W id typist. No Beginner consider- We buy houses, lots. cash money'. This week only Come in and August only. Located No. 34, 44t*
ad. Columbia Pictures. Eusebia Mo- Thomas Real Est.te Ageniesl. sove! Look at these bargains: Strept, 0arfnmenf t*,o._
roles, Congreto. Central Ave. 259. phone 3-1069. Classical !2 Price. London firr; FOR RENT:-Bella Vista. Completely
P. 0. 3404, Panama. Schubert Symphony Nb. 16 in C furnished Jorge wgm t.
FOR SAL Mor Brahms Co.e. oLiiin 0 ment-. Telephone 3-4,18q Pdano .. -
FOR SALE e W ot ed Ivtajor Opus 77. Straussh- Leath G butht,
Real Estate H nelD W nI ed TransurtonOpus24.Sv-J ust built, hot, cod water,. 1 hoWeo
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W. Va. report that army worms attack~ tender spring crops
and Mastures. Moving them strapped. Sfailar onslaughts by
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NEW YORK, June 24 (UP) -The yankees
pulled a neat trick last night by gaining half a
game in the American League race while losing an
11-3 decision to the White Sox simply because
Cleveland's runner-up Indians blew a pair to Boston
6-4 and 241 in a day-night double bill.
The Yankees thus wound up up only two hits and/struck out
11 full games in front in the 12. The Dodgers also lost 3-2
American League race. even when Grady Hatton hit a two-
though they played bad baseball run homer in the ninth for
in losing their fourth straight Cincinnati so Milwaukee main-
game in Yankee Stadium to the tained its three game first place
White Sox. They committed lead. Hall gave up six hits in
four errors and the White Sox scoring his third victory. Pitts-
put over six unearned runs In burgh scored the lone run In
a big fifth inning rally. Virgil the eighth when Spahn walked
Trucks, who no-hitted the Yan- Preston Ward and pinchhitter
kees last year, pitched a six- Johnny Lindell and Carlos Ber-
hitter for Chicago to gain his nier singled to score Ward.
sixth victory, one more than Brookly n was all set to wrap
he attained all last season. Nel- up a 2-1 victory when Hatton,
lie Fox drove in four Chicago batting for -relief pitcher
runs with triples in the fifth Clyde King bit the homer af-
and sixth innings. Mickey Man- ter Roy McMillan had bunted
tie hit a tlew York homer. safely. King received credit
The Red SBox scored a 2-1 10- for his first victory while Billy
inning victory in their night Loes was tagged with his
game against Cleveland when fourth defeat.
Milt Bolling doubled in the win- The Cardinals put their eggb
ning run after George Kell in two baskets, scoring seven
walked and moved to second on runs in the first and seven more
a sacrifice. Mickey McDermott in the fourth to breeze to a
pitched 'a five-hitter to edge 15-8 victory over the Giants.
young Bob Chakales who gave Winning pitcher Harvey Had-
only five hits in defeat. dix hit his first homer of the
Steve Gromek made his year with two on base to spark
first start for Detroit, after the first inning rally while Del
(being tagged for nine runs in Rice's grand slam homer was
one inning in a relief role a- the big hit In the fourth. The
against Boston, but this time Cardinals moved to within 3 112
h- was on the ball, holding games of first place.
Philadelphia to four hits in Robin Roberts picked up his
a 5-0 victory. Bob Nieman hit 12th victory of the year to put
a two-run homer for the win- himself well ahead of h4i 28-
ners. game victory pace of 1982 when
The Browns rallied late to de- he held Chicago to eight hits to
feat the senators 4-3. Roy Siev- a 6-1 Philadelphia victory. Rob-
ers hit s sixth'inning home run erts had won only eight games
and the Browns scored twice at this time a yeaa ago. Del
more in the seventh end once Ennis drove in four runs with
in the eighth to offset a two- three hits, two on a single, and
run Washington rally off Satch- one each on a double and
el Palge in the ninth. homer.
In the National, League, obs-
cure Bob Hall of the Pirates Yesterday's Star Del Ean-
kent Milwaukee from taking a nis qf the Phils, who drove In
four-gp.me lead by blthkint four runs w*th a homer. don"
them 1-0 in a r.'"rng duel with ble, and single In a 8-1 vic-
loser Warren Snnrhi -o ave to-,r" o"er the Cuabe.


' nuf y'Smith 'Hopes'

To Leave US Tonimorrow


BULLETIN
NEW YOtR, June 24 (UP).-George Shepherd, managetl
of Brooklyn fekaherwelght Harry "Snuffy" Smith, said the
fighter has been having passport troubles in connection with
his scheduled 'bout next Sunday at Panama City with Fede-
rico Plammer, but that it is hoped that the trouble can be
cleared away so that Smith can leave by plane tomorrow.
Smith 19 years old, started his pro boxing career on
June 2, 1952, and has won eight bouts, three by knockout,
drawn in three bouts, and lost twice. His victims include
Ovidio Ochoa of Cuba and Filberto Osarlo and Juan Melen-
des of Puerto Rleo.


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Highly rated Brooklyn light- him for not showing up if
weight Harry "Snuffy" Smith not here for the bout
has not yet arrived on the Isth- Piummer Sunday night.
mus. The boxer has been expect- In the telephone converse
ed here since Saturday to com- Torres claims that Smith
plote tranig 'for his scheduled him he is perfect physical
bout withFederico Plummer edition and will be ready to
Sunday night at the La Maca- on arrival. Because of this
rena bullring l. San Francisco. Panama Boxing Commissioi
Monday, o Jose ULls given the promoter permit
Torres conterdwth Smith by o hold the fight as sche
long distance telephone and was if Smith gets here before
told by the fighter that he Was urday.
having trouble obtaining ,i
isto come to Panama but that ,"Meanwhile, Plupuner co
everything had been straighten-' Ues his daily workouts ai
ed out and he would arrive' at lh excellent shape. Fed
Tocumen 13:45 this morning. hops to score an impre
The praooter went out tO victory over the highly t
Tocumen and waited until the 'N.Y. Negro in order to ope
scheduled flight came in way for some forblgn' bov
minus Smith. Towes then sought The semifinal for the pro
out the president of the Pan- Is a scheduled elgh-rounde
ama Cg commission who tween Byron Cumberbath
accompanied the promoter to Rddolfo Ampudia at 120 po
the cable office where they A six-round "special" bet
cabled AJmith an ultimatum in Frank Benty and Beto Bea
which they threatened to re- bury at 137 pounds plus a
qest that the New York Athle- round preliminary b e t w
tiCommission and the Nation- Young Gittens and Edgar I
al Boxing Association penalie Complete the card.
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams W L Pot.
New York 46 15 .754
Cleveland 35 20 .567
Chicago 36 28 .508
Boston 37 29 .561
Washington 32 32 .500
Philadelphia 29 35 .453
St. LouIs 22 41 .333
Detroit 17 45 .274
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Washington (N)
Detroit at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at New York
Cleveland at Boston
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
First Game
Cleveland 020'000 020-4 7 0
Boston 011 100 12x-6 12 1
Garcia, Hooper (4-2) and
Tipton. Nixon (4-1) and White.
Second Game
Cleveland 000 000 100 0-1 5 0
Boston 000 000 010 1-2 5 0
Chakales (0-1) and Hegan.
McDermott (8-5) and White.
Night Game
Detroit 202 001 000-5 9 0
Phila. 000 000 000-0 4 1
Gromek (2-1) and Batts. Fri-
cano (4-3), Sheib and Astroth.
Night Game
St. Louis 000 001 210-4 11 1
Washington 100 000 002-3 10 2
Cain (243), Paige and Moss.
Byrne (2-2), Moreno and Grasso.
Night Game *
Chicago 000 063 110-11 13 1
New York 000 200 100- 3 6 4
Trucks (6-4) and Lollar. Rey-
nolds (6-3), Scarborough, Lopat
and Berra.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams W L Pet.
Milw~ kee 41 21 .661
Brooklyn 38 24 .613
St. Louis 37 24 .607
Philadelphia 33 24 .579
New York 30 31 .492
Cincinnati 23 36 .390
Chicago 20 39 .339
Pittsburgh 22 45 .328


i TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N)
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N)
Philadelphia at Chicago
New York at St. Louis (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Phila. 21 201 000-6 12 0
Chicago 001 000-1 8 3
Rbberts (12- 1and Burgess.
Rush 4-j. Jnes andO

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Cin (8-4) B ad
Podbtelan, EIng (1-3) and Be.
minick r
Nigfit Game a .
New York 000 530 000- 8 11 'I
St. Louis 700 700 10x-15 15 1
Koslo (1-8), Hiller, Corwin,
Wilhelm and Westrum. Haddix
t9-3) and Del Rice.
Night Game
Pittsburgh 000 000 010-1 2 1
Milwaukee 000 000 000-0 6 1
Hall (3-3) and Sandlock.
Spahn (8-2) and Crandall.


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esilve shots and -putts last Saturday
outed at the PWGA monthly tourna-
q the ment, who should be the winner
t. of the low net spot but Eva
gram Jones.
r be-. Eva, who has been mentioned
and in golfing circles for years has
unds. always had trouble capturing
ween the number one spot being see-
.ntle- ond best many a time. Eva fl-
four- nally got her putting, chipping
eeen and driving all into good shape
Miller and came out on top with a net
68.
Ellen Kenna stroked her way
to a very nice 80 to win the low
gross spot. Ellen has been
marked as the. gal to win the
forthcoming tournament at
Gamboa Oolf Club starting
July 3. r
The other winners of prizes
for the day and their net scores
are as follows:
Ruth Lincoln 72
Marie Parks 72
Kay Pendergras. 73
Joyce Kullg 74
Beverly Dilfer 75
Dorothy LaCroIx 75
Jane Huldtquist 75
Ines Boxwell 77
Marion Taylor 78
Aline Wood .
Marge Stoekton w
Doris Hamilton
Charlie HeffelflUger N
Cleg Burns
Margaret Abar

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NEA Special Correpiadent
CLEVELAND. Jme 14 The
battery for the Indians within a
couple of years could be Garcia.
Lemon or Wynts pitching and
Averill catching.



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add a
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A othe r Averili-
gEarl Jr., a little
heavier and tall-
EarlAverill er, but every
nch an Averi,
from physiognomy to batting
stance.
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garded reBPnl.t! JO !I
or Mickey Mae p
ceded AverBi '- C
can League In 1929M bu in
first turn at bat at old League
Park he smote a mighty home
run over the right center field
wall.
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Inohomish went on abling such
pitchers as Grove, Marihaw, Coll
Rowe, Bridges and Ted ZroMs. In All-4
eight years, he batted weR ve er. H
.300, his top average eo g mo
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games only to lose the ge btt
champion to i Ak that
the White fS, who ahe
14 less contents, t
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third Earl of Sanol 9r C
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LONDON, June 24 (UP) -
Britain announced today it was
proceeding with the develop-
ment and testing of atomic
weapons on Australia's Woomera
rocket range and reliable sourc-
es said the second British A-
bomb would be exploded with-
in the next few months.
Prime Minister Sir Winston
Churchill may tell Parliament
later today that Britain will ex-
plode a second atomic bomb in
Australia before the end of this
year.
Officials said Churchill was
expected to announce Britain's
plans to make a series of atomic
tests on the heavly-guarded
Woomera rocket rrnge "during
the next few months."
It was reported there probably
would be at least two (atomic ex-
plosions tests and that the sec.-
ond of these may be delayed
until March next year when the
Duke of Edinburgh is scheduled
to visit the Woomera range dur-
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TWENI'Y-EIGHT YEAR. PANAMA, P., WD~NSDAT, JUNE 24, 1953 O


Korean War Enters 4th


Year


As UN Troops Wait Tensely


SEOUL. Korea, June 24 (UP)- States 3rd Infantry. Divisleon
The Korean war entered its and Republic of Korea .pesi-
fourth year today with the Unit- tons.
ed Nations forces tensely await- Allied troops crushed both at-
ing a new Communist attempt to tacks. At dusk, there was only
smash their line before a truce harassing fire from the Redj
is signed, lines. But it looked as If the.
The Communists brought the Communists would strike again
third year of the war to a bias- today.
Ing end yesterday by loosing a United States 5th Air Force Ba-
6,000-man attack on United bre pilots marked the anniver-


Christie Sobs Out Bizarre Detail



Of Three Sex Passion Stranglin


LONDON, June 24 (UP)-John
R. Christie, the bald strangler of
Notting Hill who says he killed
seven women and maybe more,
sobbed out bizarre new details
today of how he choked his last
three victims to death in his
kitchen.
A special microphone was in-
stalled beside the witness box In
Old Bailey court so Christie's
hoarse, halting whispers could be
heard. When he testified about
four other murders yesterday, his
replies were barely audible.
It was the third day of the
trial at which the dome-headed
littl#46 Ir fighting for his life
by pl he was "hopelessly.
utterly mad" when he strangled
women victims in- fits of sexual
passion.
The court was jammed again
with spectators who fought for
seats at the most lurid murder
easW in modern British history.
Christi was questioned bvy hips
lawyer; Dersk Certis-Bennett, a-
bout the deaths of Hectorian
MaeLennai, Kathleen Maloney
and Rita Nelson, three young
women of dubious morals who
S were fond sealed up behind
wall r in th strangler's Not-
Stino aUt klt .
Meek-looing Christie yester-
day confessed to the murder of
seven women, some of whom he
gassed and strangled after mak-
ing love to them in a deck chair1


in his Notting Bill "house of
horror."
Christie's own lawyer pinned
three new and grotesque murders
on his client in an attempt to
prove he was "mad as a March
Hare" when he strangled his vic-
tims-in fits of sexual passion.
Pale-faced and trem b li n g,
Christie hoarsely related a lurid
tale of illicit love and murder in
his sordid flat to a shocked
courtroom.
Christie said he "might have
killed even more "than the seven
women-he couldn't remember.
Defense counsel Derek Curtis-
Bennett's bold' defense strategy
was intended to save Christie
from the gallows by convincing a
jury of nine men and three wom-
en to return a verdict of "guilty
but hnsane."
Until yesterday, Chritlie bad
publicly confessed fdur murders,
three of women in addition to
his 55-year-old wife, Ethel. He
is charged at this trial only with
the murder of his wife.
Curtiss-Bennett told the Jury
that Christie was "utterly and
hopelessly mad."
Evidence included a written
statement by Christie In which
he said he stratgled at least two
of his victims while making love
to them.
He said he sometimes gasse4
his victims before'choking them
with their stockings.


And he claimed he re-
sponslble for the death .,
Timothy Evans whose r-
old husband was hanged er
she and her baby daughter were
stranded In -the Notting Hill
house in 1949.
But he denied that he stran-
5led the Evans' baby, for whose
death her father was convicted.
Christie was the chief prosecu-
tion witness at the trial which
sent Evans to- the gallows In
1950.
Chr a h b ,
and f t
ting HI victims a 21-yea
Austrian student nur4e named
Ruth Fuerst whose mother now
lives in New York City.
She was "Inplln6 to- be affec-
tionate." he said.and emS to


Wiat did you do to her?"
Curtis-Bennett, asked.
The little man's voice falter
and almost inaudibly he replied
after a long pause: "I must have
strangled her."
Christie said he buried her
nude body-"she was very tall"
-In the backyard garden with
her leopard skin coat as her
shroud.
Christie said he "became
friendly" with his second victim
-thirtylsh Muriel Amelia Eady-I
at a radio factory where he was
then working. Miss Eady's skele-
ton was also found in the gar-

Curtis-Bennett then turned to
the murder of Mrs. Evans and
her 14-months-Old daughter.
Licking his lips nervously
Christie said Mrs. Evans also had
sought "Intimacy" with him.
Then, he muttered hoarsely: "I
believe; I think, 'strangled her."
The attorney asked Christie
whether he killed the baby who
was found strangled two days
after her mother's death.
"No," Christie said,

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sy by shooting down Six Mig-
5A ,t lghters yesterday after-
o N nd damaging one.
Wtdy's Red attacks ended
Sf-da 'little armistice" that
hfd woed the drafting of an
aristge text at Panmunjom.
Maswhfle rresudent Elsa-
ho s P l trouble shoot-
ae ,: i n TOkyo today n a
q mnstaleui -Seoul, where
1 NMeotf ywan Rhee plans
Sowahim morrow with a
Ia anti-truce
AMatant secretary of state
Walter Robertson stopped in the
Japanese capital to show Gen.
Mark W. Clark Washington's
pila to win Rhee's support for
ai a".st.ce which leaves Korea
0 ie. who rebuffed Clark's at-
ttto change the South Ko-
rean government's adam ant
stand against the recently nego-
tiated truce, ordered the entire
pOpulation of his capital to pour
Into the streets tomorrow in pro-
test on the third anniversary of
the war.
Robertson refused to disclose
publicly the contents of his se-
cret message for Rhee but it was
believed to be a "compromise
plan" in answer to Rhee's own
three-point proposal for peace.
Britain favors calling a special
meeting of the United Nations
General Aembly inthe Aear fu-
ture If Rhee continues to block
an armistice, authoritative plo-
matic source In London ald to-
day.
Prime Minister Winston
Chmumhil ws wsa4 to fIeth t
positive action mut be take
q/aabhi ay ash a tin
-essoulensw a hoae. to-
Rhee the fact that world pub-
lie onion oM nd blhe ae
ton if repeaiin Prisoners and
insistlang on continuing the
war.
This appeared to British offi-
clals today as the only klterna-
tire for the moment if American
efforts to persuade Rhee to a-
bandon his opposition to an ar-
mistice remain unsuccessful.-
Chough Pyun Ok, Korean poli-
tician who considers Rhee's an,
ti-truce stand "suicidal," was
beaten painfully in his home
herd latnight by pro-govern-
nat hoodlums.
iou^ said few%. aky
younger Koreans "prb1bly
hot-headed members of the
pro-govenameot youth organl-
satlon"-burt into his home at
11:15 p .. and slgged him
with a "heavy, sharp Iastru-
ment," knocking.him uneon-
selous and Infllting' severe
cuts and entasdons. He was
unuoueleom for 26 minutes.
The beaten man, who is secre-
tary general of the Democratic
Nationalist Party and who op-
foded Rhoe In the last wreslden-
tial election, said the attack may
have been motivated by his anti-
Rhee remarks at a presss confer-
ence yesterday-although there
were no reOrlsals when he made
similar statements In a speech in
Pusan recently.
"I am afrat you cannot write
or say what yeleve-in Ko-
rea now," he d Madly.


Ano

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Meanwhile at the United Na-
tiess ia Niew Yok, .mr
pow anal d eieday ti





south KMream
27s,000 antli-ominunit wird
onerns. Wv
He aid the fate of the tr
Prioners had been the 904i
patientt and a ermistent
Rhatlens by theU.N. Com
Its two-year effort to end
bitt orderfighting the.


"It is moat regrettable," Peaor
son's mesad e said, that you
have taken action which thrMt-
ena the rmults already aobiaed
S the prospect of a peaceful
solution of remaining problems.
He assured Rhee the Ua..
shares his deadre to unify "a
but. said this should ibdone
through "peaceful mea ef.
The plea closely parall ld a
message Meat Monday by Britlsh
Prime .Minister ir Winmn
Churchil


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The parched, oWth west today
baked Ia oe of the worst early
heat waves in history, and Tex-
as Gov. Allan. livers apeald
to President sanhower Jor fed-
eral aid.
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was also auf its fourth
summer of rop-wting, grass-'
killing drought, and weather-
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