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NDON, .une 25 (UP) -
JJ01 -R., Cortstle, the strangler
of Mot R ill, was found guilty
today of ; murder of his wife
and anbed to death.
The rejected the defense
plea Cristle waa Insane.
It wAtOU fourth and final day
In th4&t which-in some of the
most tStmtony ever heard
In a l Ceiurt---ria disclosed
ho. e eaned or chokd at
Sle m women to death in
blh nt R. Hill murder house.
Tbe J.. had to decide a sin-
Xle Uk would send the
55-year-.. clerk to the allows
or rove bb Nfe whether he wa
insane INW Dec. 14 when he
strangled at wife in bed with a
"ThAt 4utdt Is the nnlv non
BERLIN, June 25 (UP) The Russians q u I
ing early lifting of East Berlin's martial law, a ,
the 0oiet ione's ComnMunist-dominated omnnl
its replacement by one headed by so-ica '
politicians, Westeron allied sources report b.
But new executions and mass arests of Seview'
resistance leaden were reported in the Red
bldboth ia E t Germany.
. Russian fifth squads executed three more
in Dresden, and. Communist German police aroesd
least 400 there, according to reports reaching W
The announced death toll stoqd at six fA fla
squads and. the guillotine following the upr
German workers against the puppet
But t1'w,,r of executed .
muin Iucusl W.
a,was chaired specl-
.' witnesae had
iqr that Christie, who
ntn for dead bod-
Ins as u )
pjK 4 u h-
Wv wM-no ,e WQimt-"
a deaa_ u^
. Th"re a. l vaei
r- l., isa. nma... A
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he court heard Dr. Jackson
Imn test that he believed
Istle "I su rae from a dis-
SOf the mlad." was "hlh-
bable he did net noow that
was doeg wtmgn," Hobson
r (W l .
belliUous Red polite in son
the towns was rumored.
Hunger ?lots were rep
from Dresden, Leplfhi C*
All Bast German papers I
ed lear reports of s PowM
tob the r-bber sam
for a vote f cofidence.
albd *in tadIetd i bm
part by M hd orde
workers troind rufl
anM the tmeatst was
pensible to a large delis
But the bosses said f
that the Punplhment
of theouprising would 10i
Reperts trmm ladtC
said mum a"ests
with at eat 5,000
paed Comun .
East Berlin lWoe and per]
20,006 to 30O -I& the g
sone.., ... .
- .4 ;
Duke had swited
ng dress rm the fk
Ia's unfral he we
lat thek fth~e o
F 0=.as. y
thruwmh the ta
To Throw Out
Red German Go
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Berlin Rioters P....ti.
am mus sY f31 PIeANAMA ANW e m CAu mPe n. 3
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17. N ib *r a O usal I. fjNAt. I. m t W .
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-tL"P40W PANAMAN No. l-a740 cS Llugal
CAlI.. ADONIS& PANAM ANIC PANAMA
ICA OMbnaU It.IS CEmr n l AVE NU MKrSE r n ITh Ms gAND TH TaIM n. I
PS MNG* REPIEMWNTaYTIVE, OSMIINA OWERS. INC
,49 MaDeION AvIL NeW YV.IL 4111 N V.
PrI mr-. M vAnc %.70 ao Propa a ist
PONWIX MYOMN UH l ADVYANS ag0 3,00
tP mlU aon. I1 sOVA- lo 4 00s o. p ,
M A On the pavements of East tur l differ with Se ta
Berlin, 50.000 German rIoters
HE M A L B X force the Soviet Union to drop 9 p r ve wa4y f-
The Mea Box iS an s hrpa frad m rm *#'The ea me ACna its benign -mask and present its
een. Lteseet ue lvmeed watellg sy anare bandied in a wholly er evil face to all the world. WASINGTON-Two ears ago, svr-
deem mene Russian policy In Germany, Iruon, ROpublican of E an.
II tyed r a t ea de a e I mpaet Il e peeo t he anid perhaps In wider orolt, can- to run for the Senate a
Sayo l a p e~ d *, h 'not be the same hereafter. t of
m ~ d. L. m ed h w ne Kremlin has been prbp- ,WI N o
| t nera o le c IS hol In o* Id M cotdne agandizing endlessly for German
IThis e woa eedSI w bo e alhl forie I egar s oi d si Ie unity. It has told theo world life e day when .
nth sol d e m nah he sh the Communist realm in goCd. bwO -dilms t
Mpreed bi lemn e uoe tm. It has tried to practice a softer, oini"ei F r l
diplomacy in Europe and be- Ofathe rirll i o staff.
LOTTER DAY yond- poti who noted
Ancon, C. Z. But the courageous Ger- all owlr tat f et on h i tSift
Dear Mr Editor. marts whWO rose up in sury ra th el V d i
Kindly permit me space in your widely read column to cir- kicked the stuffing out ol adee Vr a, tllate
eulate this little opinion of mine, to see what effect t will have St prop e *paaa and pr-
on the General Public and the Ruling Circle of the National Lot- Rujsias hrd to bru itn afinll 1tI L Srlt K t
terry. army dmvlsion, with tanks. 7 0)
lI That the present drawing of the "Loterla'Naconal'" should armored cars and machine s O ruff' r
be played on Saturday at the same hour or around 4 pm. gunneR.cl laInA
1) This would stop all excitement h regards to our interna- The Russians sent their trucks Vandenberg name udbe hard t
tional day of worship. Also It would permit the officials careenhi wildly down Berlin.
and employes of the lottery staff to enjoy Sundays at streets to scatter the mobs. U
home. Machine gunners fired over hen o
31 It would enable us to adjust ourselves more properly for rioters' heaas, and when that ged
a better day's rest. did not have the desired effect, d ~ a
If this should be some means reach the hands of the author- they fired directly into L he a q little too S as
iths, in my candid opinion it merits a try, or else It should be masses. SotJly after making his s a" is u
placed before the entire public to decide what day ir preferable, Jet hoses were turned onby 12 manufatmt l .V
I For Saturday. others. m t ee p. m e
All this must have been .
ACCOUNTANTS' WONDERLAND heavily embwrassing to the I re l tl o ,
8tr: Sovlet masters trying to pose "u- a
The letter regarding the impending visit of the auditors from as the beaefactors of Germany. r M w
the General Accounting Office (Mail Box,'June 201 was very Even more hu iatlng was "Our
amusing since it just about covered the involved' finagling that this revelation of how deep nased ove c in the
runs Cnrman realeon against
chIaracterizes the Canal Company employment situation. ns erman reas ron ahannst erM .ad S
We are all wondering who will take over Newman's role this the Rusasins. a
time at a $123 erdixem plus salary. It Is assumed that he will Unarmed except for rocks and _ret__ ees__ __
bt..s and clubs, badly led and
live In e e at the Tivoli so that he can return to Washington sticks and clubs, badly led and
well-equipp to depict the life of the "average". Canal Zone organized, the Bast Berlners reat r
esnecars and buwhdens e disi yorupted all t others t t ui .
Lrike Sadeye Sam, I fall to understand the necessity for GAO transport halted Ind ia outh
auditors, whose salaries (plus the $13 per diem) the Canal em- put, ad biefy Impermiled the yt12eWd id.tInha
pleyes will eventually pay, when the Comptroller' office is over- appet upp the GMn fury -
J9y -..- tehG-,.u
flowing 'with' accountants. I hear they are actually getting u o `appectieate thee Ger nofrye Ma. -
sne another's way so much so that some of the 08-8's, -9's and ofmeuen the mason who rushed fro S mi4'
of the Mason who rushed from VW: 'Bfl
0's are to be distributed around among the divislo to keep us a burng building with a new WABHINGTON-(NA) Killng the '"ohbee ilc mre t eriticisd by our aMUllies I id last t wie ~ M t rihmo
straight on new (and involved) accountancy procedures. Red-owned typewriter ina b amendment" to the Defense Prodtion act e- year. an wtth e tfed"i f as,9 1.t"
hands. sented one of the most surprising and ramitl One Was;that the heat VUs t oWt s
Two or three divisions have had resignations from excellent He threw it hto the ground reversals of form the House of Represen rom several- s. High oar L I
men who were dissatisfied because they could only obtain GS-5 with full miht, pulled out a has seen in yeams. White House d e Depstment of iaw wth b wAt ter'"l "eM
and -6 ratings. Imagine the further dssatisfaction that will re- mason's hammer and pounded This cheese amendment, you'll recall, was a bill got ln on. t1e act. There were some storal y Z father.
ault when the excess 08-'s, -9's and -10's are foisted upon those It to pieces. which cut down U. S. Imporsp-of foregn-made changes. f eproped ut ty e
divions In no place where the alren cheeses, other dairy products ant all fata and At one poiht Andresen acQsed his or," tb
This business of having the money to pay Paul, but not song of communism s ,eL e oils. of being more thn enter Into o i
enough to take care of Peter, has passed far beyond the com- heard can this sort of response It reduced the dollar-earning power of nearly weren't either ey we .- tomer... '
prehension of even the most brilliant intelligence. be Interpreted as frleodly. all Western lou an countries. It brought on hbower Re and TD 4 ra0. ."1
These were not happy ple. the P. S. more 1wl from Its allies than any The ani' bn SiL elll how, o o
Bounds like another one of those schemes dreamed up by the These were the oppresse,,seiz- other. Aericam.pp.pk. ever, n perad a ve ve v
Personnel Division wonder when well have to start making ing a short moment of history t own ra l was toPr ] .Was
*oom for their overflow employes? It ought not to be too far to tell the world what realty The man who took the lead in the cheese a-' tian on2 w ,e wa1 da. was w1l ,t, .
way at the rate that division keeps expanding. W in their lars.At m endment was one Uter en e. A in* aetltls-a'
By. next. M r at the latest you Igoul be enabled to call the How did tvs moment come H. Andresen&P oP RI ed sin M a
Oersonnel.Dlvistln when you need a docr, dentist, boilermak'er, upon them? Our experts, study- b-taitffman from the hit of
br plumber seems nonsensical to spread such service around Ing reports0of the uprising, are h-,U .c' S
imong othea divtleons when the Personnel colld tal them' all not yet are. wm
&Ter Just as weU ll as not. It was not of course, realZ chateLeet
SAnd It would certainly be more practical than dreamlpg up revolt aimed at overturing the lMt:_ rlle o s
chemes like position descripts and files I the Rssian-donated. oal
entories. Wonder, which aide of the eightbal a profit-seeking goverIment., c I a. .. ..
commercial concern would end up on if It had to Increase the hore is some evidence the aroe
clerical force to take care of such nbnsen'? Reds themselves contrived the. to 1"i i Y "
nder t uemoistrath e cnlthepbegineyrddafterhearyi-g-rWes,
S Like Pete Drennmn, I suggest that copies of "Alice in Wonder- eong.tratlon n ta h bage d a
S nd" be distributed to all bureau and divIalo- h oead who come sma n-sea rs vevk re. It due to f. =-
under the purely administrative and financal category. Un- workers" demands, to whic -A June 10, 1 In before
loubtedly striking resemblances to Tweedledee, Tweedledum, and they could thereafter nobly committeesthis year, ad aga tef t t. .
the Mad Hattel wi l not be recognized by their prototypes, since respond. fled in favor of further rhw pet uend- '
a certain sense of humor Is required before such recogiltlon is ment. He considered it for t protec- i ma
possible. If that was it, then 'the plan- tion of the American dairy against for- year -in the f
ned flare-ups got out of hand. ilg competiom. o g
If nothing else, the Personnel Bureau will find Looking Glass If It was not, then the riots ohbl oe
Land excellent copy for reference. when composing their highly- must be take as largely spon- The day before the new Defense Production timely ac .
glossed descriptions of "life and employment in the Canal Zone" taneous, a bod show of inner act was to be voted On, on t floor of the ,o d .esmp. the out Od .
to Stateside position applicants. German lire which will cost Representative Andrel su.S felt that way. tlon stul pot
Just Amether "Alice" man of the patsdearly. when the timeaam f e ebate, tas Le way to__
But t earned them the admira- hi ne f who a new amendmel-t ..s.t
iLon and gratitude of the free kln the cheese
r: COMMON HODE peoples. me'hns
TOa nearsighted man a mule may appear to be an ass. e world will wath with oagrmm couldn't. bee their ears. '
The Mail Box gets more interesting evIry day with the jack- Interest to see what new life mI would like to the pertleman a 60mpil-of
ass braying and the elephant tram ting and everyone singing, the Russians can put Into their meant laid of Georgla. 'Last la d .
"You Cant Takea Thath Away Fromt policyy and propaganda to re- week he wils l I ever hbl id
Hasn't been so much excitement sthe good old Isthmus by the events oich was crushed for the contain 104.
Olnce the Zone matron had the Pedroq m Lswimming pool clos- we.no e-,thak these
Od because the kids having fun d lsttbe.I afternoon Iesta I wentonWith S ewonIts t ,the
I remember a very funny thing that happened about that Keitmcky Fires ge lte eluStneght on,.w
tme. One othle same type matr wo se u eu t e post oflceI FRANKFORT, Ky. TUP) FIre baa been e of the' _elan pwo,
he money order window so she hands her appllcatlon In at the totaled 1,81244 a recordg.
tamp window where she was politely informed that money orders highlreports from8,te3state fireor,
11 "But mrely," she ooed, "you don't expect me to walt In line cersha the rhevo reco et in.".
The unruffled stamp clerk, wIthout raising her voice, asked, 5,951' separate fe ere were ,,
What makes you think you "are different from the common inc 1952, compared to 4921 Iu "- -
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Fr.ay..June26,.1953 L CUN ..
PI.E 14 Is LUNCHEON"
Fruit Cu or
Pseif. Ce~t. mue L3'uaah
or Is,' a am. forii de'
Mie ,." ldEL RANCHO
ast iss. saltm a .W Is ~ I h feeyao
It" 1101%Butter to U110 fad, ludll=a a
"Can" f... GARDEN
Id..T s-to "I"..
'Mr. P.A. Want Ad' attracts.....
Of prospitmighty final
What's more... he signs @I
them quickly seem. el
On the de~41d Inl
Vour chaimuif ad WUIl at.
tract a p b a p o pres rc
Wct ""OWN" IN Thrd'*un.Ornz urn.a..
Panmi aIACm a.D ef the hh ga s
gagg pg pp ggg i n mrks urIA with Jay ReAMMM
.E P W dancer. on, near Paul.
regnu*rly Tv't th ne J e e P.n-y oIer
"W... saulibtherp r h i =
? rithe Brih" at Mudg
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Md uer" of a- dels
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Shipping & Air Line News
Cunard's "Britannic" Schedules i terranean cruise during the 1954
1954 All-Mediterranean Cruise winter season. it has been .an
For the fifth successive year, nounced by Vincent A. Demo,
Cunard's luxury liner Britannic general passenger manager of
ll make a leisurely all-Medi- the line in the United States.
Largest liner in Mediterranean
cruising. the Britannic will sail
from New York Jan. 29 on her
66-day voyage to 21 parts in 18
Ports of call for the 15.100-mile
Itinerary include Madeira, Casa-
blanca. Gibraltar, Malta, Haifa,
COBY ON BRIDGE Alexandria. Larnaca, Rhodes;
through the Dardanelles to aIs
tanbul. Athens. Venice. Palermo.
BY OSWALD JACOBY Naples, Villefranche.' Barcelona,
Written for NEA Service Palma de Mallorca, Algiers, Ma-
laga. Lisbon. Cherbourg and'
'Agents foL r iThe t;unaru dSeam-
ship Co Ltd. in Panama are The
NORTH 4 Pacific Steam Navigation Co. at
6 7 Cristobal.
A K J 7 1 4 3 Braniff Wins 20th National
WEST 5 4 Safety Couhell Award
WEST EAST For safely completing another
to0854 4QJ9I53 year of airline operation without
K 9 V QJ 72 serious acciderlito passenger or
*Q In9R None crew member. Braniff Interna,
6K 107 4 Qe2 tional Airways has received ag
SOUTH ID> 1952 National Safety CounciU a;-
SA K 2 ward. T "E. Braniff, president,
VA 10 5 4 announced today.
62 The citation for sale ooerat on
4 A J 1 3 is the 20th which Braniff has roe-
North-South vul. ceived of the 21 times they have
Souat Weut North Eat been given by the council.
i 4 Pass Pass Based on official records of the
I 19 Pass 3 Pass Civil Aeronautics Board. Braniff
3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Airways, had flown 2.440AJ07,000
Opening lead-4 4 nassenger-miles Over its routes
In the United States and Latin
America u uto Jan. 1, 1952, with-
'he Mississippi Valley Region- out a fatality to passenger or
al Tounameniwill be held in crew member.- nee the', the
St Louis next. weekend, as sort I as the 0.
01 preview for the NationalU000 pgasenger-miJle mark with a
ChapilonhS nha are ched- perfect sa fetyrecord lwav
IrDurinR 1952. Braniff always
ruled to be held In St. Luuis two flew 430A4.800 passenger miles,
months later. No tournament in to 64 cities in the United Statds
that part of the country would and to nine Latin American
be complete without.my friend. countries
Bobby Nails, of Kansas City, and A DC-6 carrying 52 posseners.
I rm ooki forward to seeing 0 miles an hour could fly for
S at aboth tournament .ls has 6517 days and nihts or over 18
a df a "r. Bobby Nawils vears to equal the number of
a ay of Ing cruel Alays wh naassenter miles whih Braniff
an airo ue innocence xa s tcunulated its safety
p liy in today's hand, for e ,record.
plc. was a typical Nails' "swin- _________
folding the West cards. Nails i ElvbDr L WlaonnT (UP)-
op-ned the four of spades' East Executives of the Middletown
put. up the Jack o0 spades, and Niational Bank worked around
sr ,th non with the kinti. ihe clock guarding depositors'
nutli no ira:llv led the deuce non. They took turns tand-
a, dianmofndi ne:t and Bobby in-In t by the bank vault whi Its
no'ently' piodced the queen of r was being transferred to a
d, mond.er new vault. The job took 3&6
perhapss there ar players with h urs.
en ugh strirnqth of character tor
rvi h a suisplciots enoiah nature -
to resist ich n temnpt fion. The
a nal Smith player didn't hesl-
1- for "- -'n"i He pl-yed the
S- r' 0-'" "nm *hA dum- II I
iy and bi ii. nails when Enst -a. ,
discarded iHe bit his own
hot Bobby s.) I UW IUM"V
Declarer could make only 0
three diamond tricks and there-
Tore had no real play for Bine
tr-l-kt at no-trump. He actually
h- -zed to tike only seven
tr' "-. whereas correct play
v.r 'd have iven him 10 tricks. 71M1
S reidontally. the correct nlay 2 l0l* m reMm-
for Souih isn't too easy to find
When doclarer leads the first I i SuIs hdM
'inn"'or froo his hand eren If
V'cst playa low. declarer mst
l-v. a .low diamond from the 0
If bQth;hands happen tofOl-
low tgQ ft first rounds of dia-1
jnnhdi. fouth fan regain the
led'14 '4 run the .rest ot dum-
Inv'. dimonds T'f at showk~-oirt S
on the first round of diamonds,a at *th4S.
s would be the case In this *N n S IiM C1TT
anr. declare can take their cabth rj ''"
marked finesse at.the next trick. .
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rian, *a]. r. i
Mrs. a r. Mc-
rsQ. .-lw rtx was b s-
ten for ri canasta par-
ty at TueOday .
ning, to r 1. David TI-
ger, who aI havingg the Isth-
maw land a
and I Orl
The g aTr aIncluded Mrs
Leon Io ,MUr Caleb Clem-
elt, Mnrs. C MPoole, CM.
Ale& Clamnt, M. Carl Rey-
olds, ? aon Theriet.
Mrs. Merrit r. Mrs. John
03reenIn, Mra obert Thomas,
ls SNash, and Mrs. C. T.
Prism for games were won
Mrs. Caleb Clement, Mrs.
as and Mrs. Oreening.
Mrs, Nah wm the card bingo
Mr. ano Mrs. Louis Vogt
bade ago"be to the friends
: p.p. tamnday. All
and theMM i no muniiSn Lt o 0f the boneree a e
Al members n Uuk aas l 0 a h
ar Iylteti to cma, b ab 1mg w this i i
a they do, th w be "spes'4. Wi de
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WauB C ihm Oub ro iuai 13
al Dame A* tar the l
I The Washington Cotillion luncheon of t6 ILA.W..
Claub held another formalte w tn
Imaee tatuim ealort at the J day aI20'
Cautillo for rervationu
Oinsta ftr the evenin were:
Mr. and Mrs Evan Gordon
and MlI June ammpeon of Nor-
olk, Va.,' who Is vlsiaing her
ne]tv Captain and Mrs. R.
There will pt. be a dance
for July 4th.
Paraiso CIO Group
The Paralso chpbar of al
goo acuoc-co h w iI
rulr e htr Ceet tdgbt
in the Parlso Clubhoune i 7:30
Reports on a recent conference a
with Panama's treay negotta- m
ton, retirement legislation' w
lowal Bate employes and a re-
ot eeuthU board meeting ohas a nd
wUl be give. The otleea of te
tha -a for aE m Wy
survey y the chapter Wil bee
Omeials of the er a oa
will al be on hand to lon pm YL6OW,
the members of the activities of pud. imp .cp,
their orashation during the
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FOR SALE FOR SALE 1MISCfIEM g|,
Household aAMl ga.
FOR SALE -Bec.-.iful gen .ne Chi-, FOR SALE.-1951 Ford cor.vert.ble gl -
ne&e Dragon Rug, in perfect con- Fully eqh. Cutem aed, SI,- .
oilicn. 8 x 10. a borgan. two ror 450. Ca" G. M&n. Albronk 4R.M WENDEHAI tl C
*io. er pci stands, mahogany center 6116, 700 to 3:30. C
b eNo ., porto. ct, 37h. -FOR SAL.E:-52 Singer 6,50) s ,I phan 2-3479. mag
S No 7. up.tars. Tel. 3-1025. good con,tion, nreasei of- AMJCAN
FOR SALE -Proctically new dninng- for accepted. Call Boalbm 4135. We psuF e heas nvWigmhb Ibopi Uem
r oom set. Consisting of: beautiful, between 5-8 p. a,. 1040 agikants fiar I Il -1
Suarnt o tn opportunyl tons. The Taub i Co'W IPa- floo l e-le*e rhl IeS
FCR SAL-.-Ve.etn blinds, frious odatt M"nmi pt co$eM0
* t. S'caamwnd-dion. __ -.0-I.&" nomOu *. Owlay
5336-8. Davs St 2-2427. 'FOR SALE--1939 Padasrd 120. ig. $114.00 Reld-trip $214. 1A S
FOR.A -.. bed...t matress don. in god condition. Oginal PANAMA DISPATCH SBV
FOR SALE -Baby bed with mat* owner. Many extra tfes and _p___ _l__ _SS_______ __
two you h beds. rad,.phonog-oph parts included. 25000. --- eil
combinaton, oulomafic washer. 5338-., a 2-2427.
roll-aowy bed, deep-freeze full of -0 D 2- SPEC win 1' C .
frozen food, gas stove, and elec- FOR SALE.-GMC truck, 1941 2-ton, P o W $85 a
tric refrigerator. Phone 3-4385 The Texas Company (Pangm 35 (IS dI "H
after 5 P. M. or until 10 A. M. Inc. Tel. 2-0620. ve L 0 5*
mor'es. _FOR SALE.-1948 Buick Convertish 01111"
FOR SALE--New radio-phonogroph wt brand new top. Price $795. ame gSi, geAndS
Scombinalon, sewing machine. Call 3-4385 aser 5 p. m. or be-
F baby bed, dinette et. metaol cob- fore 10 a. m. m
nets. klhen storage cob.net, tc. F SALE: 1947 Pontoc 6 ect.
Tel. 35069. __- --- Four door sedan, with rtdo. $595.
FOR SALE: 2 Brand New Cotton Call 81-4222 or 82-935185.
Rugs Large Loop 9 x 12 W FOR SALE--1940 Cevoi7et, SIS "
Pads Cherry Color 580.00 each. duty paiL 55.00 ob n eah d
A Used 4 7mt o l 9 .00 x G untd sold. Tel. 3-5069. FOR ,k~ 2
Color. Modura Apartments No. 1- FOR SALLE-194 OlMsmd i l no ic ff An cik lk do* diA
A El Cangrelo. Call 2-2844 9 to 76. Fine ew, etb.se e CeMa- A W0 C& ,' I 10A
12 and 2 to 6. Hma. no el $1.t0lI.98,Jadlin C 7 ,p C. Z.-
Position Offered s - .- ,pM u. flat
-c-FOR SALE:-1947 Ford 4 Door. Ex- ,a.. m-, ftpw a"m --
l WANTED Cristbal High school ll c ton. $650.00. Tel. 2-
student or any person who wculd 4624. idsol et e Is-l price. FM .1-
reach me Englirh. Phone Morgare- -- s---i. __ buMIf *y $15 b.A pm S
to 3-2844 This we om nd d I-&cl'l
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ANTED: Experenced slesen, Pr n f: --
commss.cn bass. Exce'lent com- I Aulomobile Schubrt n No. 6 in C-
mr,.on. Apply personally, Central No 6- Mign ae
A.enueond 21 street Eost No. 1. iWvE used cr.L Goarage Zoppi. Aor P. 7. Stra.- !s r
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FOR SALE i----i-----ony of POs '
** FO S L ( -WANTED Victor: ;portg ,__
S Real Estatle Schubert .Sympny No. 5 in CoolW, quid.
Realfe tam" MlC elB us Flet ShNubet Synmphon N 9, 4 to 6. 9079.4
-Road to o: $3.a00 compkii WANTED :-Manager, private Club in G. Aaron Copland SanWte fla FOR RENT:-,hig
Surnmhd N E Hci-tcte, 25-2488 on Cana Zone. excelir.t oppor perol. mer inclludin
!,IN 3:30 p. m. or 25-3295 in t.ty fMr esioan sngle n To s Caornia Suit
LE -Three b.omom otr rs. 7....1,Ur1
i rete). Small own paymf' d t al--' -195 each set of .4 rcrds FOR RENTb--Fam
l exft iveenWy pOyments. Tel- ded- Bing Cmeby; bur GMfaodan; ap4afjMot n
A"e2-3479. 10Y Ka"; ulle Ives; Mga ist 4u ely. n
,. -_ WANTED.-I venetian Winds 36h-ii"g; Jimi ,do Dav; cahw Co.
v .x 50' or 52". Can Use 4 blind vallom; Fred Worbig IXR FOl y..
; FOR SALE I611 F01-"S'". -'Off"
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ALLE:-Cushmon motor scooter' -port-n t in Qu iet F Wff '
1 y good condition Please Couple wi th u ee e FOdR SALE:c-Har vwv Cm .
'Cri- -1457 3-35J5. D-
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Lineho Hawkin. 8U, a Colom-
r te Canal Zone, was bound over
In Baboa Magstrate's Court w
i yesterday afternoon for trial on WAGDX& June 25 (M
Scharge of tliegally entering kan- Rep. nwlW Yartyl
Sch to commit a felony CaL iathe B
S pleaded not guilty. super r carrier Prr
Scompletewith planes. wUi a
Probable cause wasu found and lWI.MPt .O iq. He aMid
S was bound over for trial Is Onow for a
District Court after Balboa -sTsad* statement
e Edward Altman w a MWiaUt O-n Defense S
Members of the Canal etary Charles Wilson for I
te had been found on b gd Wilbon mi
**, plumbla and part btter a ot ands
l te Sos 308 which are A- Start work on a third orer
Ied C~. Dist. Att. Rowland sAeS carrier.
The crime occurred between 6 1rce budet without real US
am. and 8 a.m. last Thursday, and on Use basic of a.re
while Hazard was absent from lon from n Adir
some on a brief business trip. Meell. Defense De
Assistant D.A. Kay vTsber cmptroller and a resere nas
feared for the government yes- offer.
erday. The announced coat of t
ForrestaL whidh is due for &
Besides previous convictions. very int December. 1M.. Is a B
.* awklns has had nine convic- To7.oWo. TIS does not
'* lons fdr petit larceny since Jan- clude the cost of the plean
alry of 1951. will carry.
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Maglie Blanks Cards 3-0
While Phils Triumph 8-2
By CARL LUNDQUIST
NEW YORK, June 25 (UP) It was almost as
if there was a small-pox epidemic in first place to-
day, the way the Yankees and Braves were acting
as if they didn't want to be there.
What, more, nobody seemed Dodgers who saw a 4-0 lead,
very anxious to catch them. built on first inning homers by
Not only did the Pirates climb Wayne Belardi and Oil Hodges,
out of last place by pounding out go up In smoke. After the Ohio-
a 50-i victory over the Milwau- ans tied the score with two run
kee madcaps last night, but rallies in the second and fifth,
Brooklyn passed up another they went ahead to stay when
chance to gain ground by blow- Bell came through in the ninth.
Ing its third consecutive game Harry Perkowski, who pitched
on a ninth inning home run, 7-4 two-hit relief ball after Frank
wlen Gus Bell cracked a three- Smith was derricked in the first,
run round-tripper for the game gained his second victory.
winning blast at Cincinnati. Maglie pitched his third shut-
It was Milwaukee's fourth de- out among five victories and
feat against a victory and a tie in struck out eight Cardinals. Bob-
Its last six games. But Brooklyn by Thomson, trying to st6al
has suffered eight defeats in its home, was safe at the plate with
last 10. what proved to be the winning
The third-place Cardinals run in the second inning as the
missed a chance to overtake umpires ruled that Wilmer Mizell
Brooklyn when Sal (The Bar- had balked. Later Thomson, Bob-
ber) Maglie pitched an eight by Hotman and Wes Westrum
hitter to give the Giants a 3-0 singled successively to make It
victory on a profitable western 2-0 and Al Dark's homer provid-
road trip. ed the third Giant tally.
The Phillies moved to within a Connie Ryan drove in three
game of third place St. Louis by runs with a triple and two dou-
defeating the Cubs 8-2 on a five- bles as Drews gained his fifth
hit pitching job by Karl Drews. victory and Philly beat Chicago
The Yankees, who have won for the 10th straight time this
only two games in their last six year.
starts, dropped their third in a The White Sox scored flye runs
row 8-4 to the White 8ox, who in the first Inning three on a big
have now won eight, straight triple by Bob Elliott, and Orestes
games at Yankee stadium, and Mifioso drove in three more later
haven't lost there since July 19 with a two-run homer and single
of last year. as Saul Rogovin had an easy
But Cleveland, which outslug- time achieving his third victory
ged Boston, 13-9, with a 17-hit despite homers by Willie Miran-
attack. could only move to with- da, Gene Woodling and Hank
in 10 games of the top because it Bauer.
was tagged for a doubleheader Cleveland scored four in the
loss by the Red 8Sox the previous second and five in the third to
day. coast ip ahead of Boston as DaT
The White Sox were in third Mitchell drove in four runs and
place, 10'2 games out. Bobby Avila put over three, each
Last place Detroit equalled its with three hits. Del Wilber hit a
best winning streak of the year Boston homer.
by making it three in a row with Detroit cashed in on homers
'r a 6-3 victory over Philadelphia by Steve Souchock and Harry
while the seventh place Browns Kuenn to give Ned Garver' the
also won their third straight. 7-6 help he needed for his sixth vic-
4t Washington. tory. Kuenn and Johnny Pesky
Pittsburgh sent 10 men to bat made three hits apiece.
In their productive six-run The Browns pulled out their
Slhth Inning raly, in which decision in the ninth at Wash-.
nles by Johnny O'Brien, ington when Dick Kokos hit a
Preston Ward. and Hal Rice. two-run homer. Roy Slevers had
aMd doubles by Toby Atwel hit a three-run homer for St.
f.r winning pitcher Leroy Louis in the eighth as the
s et home the tallies. Browns roared from behind.
hae gav up seven hits In -
gdatag his third straight vic- Yesterday's star Guas Bell
twy without a defeat. of Cincinnati, who hit a three-
It was the same old story at run homer In the ninth to de-
Caincinnatl for the skidding feat Brooklyn, 7-4.C
Five U.S. Men, Women
Advance At Wimbledon,
WIMBLEDON, June 25 (UP) Barbara Scofleld DMvidson of
There' more and more of a Milwaukee, Baba Mien Lewis
Yankee flavor to Great Britain's of Boston and Head
b est tmis tournament. Knode of Alamed ornia,
ive United States men and didn't l9ae a s mg them.
five more women swept Into the Mrs. Knode tory came
third round of the Wimbledon over a fellow-, Karol
classic before a crowd of nearly Pageros of Fagerps
29,000. played with ltion Wb
Three other Americans men started tiring toward the end
and one American girl were of the first set
eliminated. But that Yankee girl
was playing another American. Defending Champion Maureln
Here's how it went. Connolly o an Dien and.
Vic SBixas of Philadelphia, ond H of
top U.S. entry, beat Polish exile d, drew f I r st
Vladislay Skonecki, 6-2, 6-2 and round W us and reached the
'-(. Selkas has yet to lose a set. thi~d rolud with victories Tues-
Oardnar Mulloy of Miami trim- dIF.
in4d Alfred Huber of Austria,
6-3 -2, 3-6 and 6-4. Art Larsen L_
'of San Leandro, California and -D
HtR h Stewart of San Marino,"
fCifornia both unseeded -
,0ed up straight set victories.
Te veteran Butler tired
Qu c ly against Larsen, and the BShU Th*EU M..I.'J
U.S. star spent a lot of time
Joking with spectators and
trying unorthodox shots in the capur
firta set. The Abr ok Fyercs eopturid
The three U.S. men who fell -the 195U Ar ed Frces Bow
frdm the running were Bernard Tournament for the Panama A-
Bartaa 6f San Angelo, Teas... rea Tuesday jight a they cam
Orantr Golden of Wilmette, I- throu with a str 3687 ".
linois.,.~-id John Ager of Black rles to IneCr t marn orgi
Mountain. North Carolina. special Troops to A.
ToptMeded Ken Rosewall of While the Flyers w waltzi: g
Ausit advanced with a four- 0 the title, the top battle was
me ever a French opponent. the fight for the Ldividual hon.-
l te women's division, A- ora. John Fronhelser of Albrook
3nericht players had a field day emerged the winner with a four-
Julie Sampson of an Marino, pin margin over runner-Up Pat
California, Shirley Fry of Akron. Lbertizza of the 3gd luitrT
Emil Brigolinf te 6AA
| k Battalion tralded tfz inrs by
S Boca Senioronly 33pins.
The Albroot anchor man
came through with ga"na of 225,
192 and 156 for a 57 seres tb
edeftball out Ligerttl for tin t
honors. His average fqr thea"1
-games was 181 plus I, aS oom,
*i pared with Llbrtf s l phia
4 a MA U tandings
W L Pet
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Goes On Sale
The "Racinr Form," a loeal
weekly blinasual hrse raelag
publication, will on sale for
the first time tonight. The
Form, which contains past
performances, accurate ebarts,
workouts, selections and other
features, also sponsors a con-
test In which the first prise
Is $006 plus a round trip plane
ticket to Costa Riea, ered
by the Panama Travel Agen-
cles, and a Movado wrist
Watch from Chsa Pastlieh.
There will be a second praise
of one full sheet of lottery
tickets and several articles of
merchandise for the third
First prise will go the per-
son or persons picking seven
winners from the seven races
which the editors will select
for the contest.
Teams W L
New York 46 16
Cleveland 38 26
Chicago 37 28
Boston 37 30
Washington 32 33
Philadelphia 29 36
St Louis 23 44
Detroit 18 45
Detroit at Philadelphia (N) 1
St. Louis at Washingtomn (N)'
.Chicago'at New York
Cleveland at Boston
Cleveland 045 010 012-13 17 0
Boston 300 001 302- 9 14 0
Wynn (6-5), Lemon, Hooper
and Hegan. Grissom (2-6), Free-
man, Flowers, Kinder and
Chicago 500 201 000-8 12 1
New York 000 110 002-4 7 2 t
Rogovin (3-9), Dorish and Wil-
son. McDonald (3-3) Kuzava,
Gorman and Berra, Silvera.
Detroit 410 100 000-6 11 0
Phila. 000 000 030-3 10 1 1
Garver (6-6) and Batts. Bish-
op (3-4), Fanovlch, Newsom
St. Louis 010 010 320-7 11 1
Washington 000 402 000-6 8 0 d
Littlefleld, Lanier, Blyd (2- "
4). Larsen and Courtney. Por-
terfield (8-7) and GOraas, Fita-
Teams W L
Milwaukee 41 f2
Brooklyn 38 25
St. Louis 37. 3
Philadelphia 34 24
New York 31 1
Chicago 30 .40
Pittsburgh 23 45
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Olivi,3r 3 .]at ea ll
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went to 1
SeIatd oy Frun "-m12 oc, rn' .=
Flock, and .is; oks, cW. w
rent point leader In Grand I
Fnty wMon hMb.Wt vie.
story of the Yr the I
Arriving at te nmw 4ftf-u
asphalt track after the qmualif.
ing trials were over, 'e Cas
forced 'to start at the ar b of
the 56-car field At 1 0.k mles. -
he had moved Into fifth ost- I
tion. At the half-way mar, he 01
was rumgz., third,
The 95 degree heat took
heavy toll of ear Only
fin ed the gruel
mph for the.300
Nreaove v1 was t co
iand 5t in e
pilonship staSOIngu p9
Hud 's seconvlto
day was regis d by eJl
- .(By L T. 2agh).
Pet. The Mortatsp C.
.fl1fil no *ar h e m e*-*o Ln ii
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Pittsburgh at l MO
Brooklyn at lnminaa
New York at 8S Lotla
Philadelphia at Cht
PhiUa. 100 2eS 1
Chicago o ro- !... -.
Drews MIS )MA-
ner (3-8), ma .J UMc.
Brooklyn 40000 4 5 1
vincinnatl 0 023B is 12 0
Meyer, HdhU (1-l) and
Campanella. Iath, Pikowkt
(31-) and Beftok.
Pittaburgh 3 '116 0-10 1 1i
Milwaukee 00 0 6 -1 7 2
Face (-S) d ick.
ford (1-5), 3Io
Jolly, Cole and .
Iew York 0- Si -
St. Louis O -
Malle (5-4) adi.t
Mirl (7-2), WhMB a1)
on will eon
asmlum as a
I An 1
riBgotlln had a lop plus 1. pendenae ]
2. i Diu~fi Iia 1 pendence DEl
. Libertiaza scored the top lad Thi --
0 game score and the to se by the 4th -
0 tally as he rolled a klig 254 InvitatlsiI
o single game and followed the sent outt IR
0 next night with a 615 sries. the CamtaS
0 The high team sIres and the ix
0 high team game wre chalked up prtl
) by Special Troon the opening ad
night of the u when pioftis
they had a 2 s33 t. which in.
y eluded a 999 It. Uf
r The final : .U4lnCr. of
tournament ws btPowl Al- l
i brook 17,M680I Spe -al Troops i,
d 574; Quarry Heights 17,244 :Sl
e AAA 17.141: 33d Infantr ;" 1 -
Navy Pacific 16,735; N" a O
t Wte 16,701:; igna" 1Am
Slick M00,: CrM u M Hst
80th PA 15,266; Hoetrtals
ad 370tMh EAMR 13,678,
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TO PANAJUA Au AICA N A1 UIU M0T DAILY IfWWAPAB
__.ack. In -Business
inTIment interna-o nal M Halin ish by
y Panama 4 JOE WILLIAMS
..Ma this year, mad he' the ierspoon bey who was
Tournamentaus forget Bob Jones. Ia the Ilaerest of fIetal
IA t a Day from Hogan should no leager be called a bantam. Wigh
S, .-. i -T. &.. .' now. That's closer to liht heavy. Makiag d l
re n--h-Open, Beganw dthe competim
'' -. Ha.n r. t ," :"U -as -- 'ary. 'Bobby "k "A is no serl-s me ae
arn9 gte rie of tbeeeariy n-ho roanas D anle Of approashling the sere and yellow. Only the laes
t atch t may present Ma otaele-and they are not ery y
NM TOR. O ane 25 A returned to the mound 10 Eays Hogan?" Jimmy Demaret asks. "Hogan started his &olf in
uit6 i N-hole and W rtod tes no ana one of the first things a player down there mut d
t .pust edn:. season, 'n .I t ihow to play against the wind. You keep the ball low
bee -M(aC Dut1o41Po thato.1r the shot mostly with hand and forearm. Just a few
isin1 oawk-f c urt Simmons Of a aledo sa13a19r.-1e C01hotaa 67 In the final round of the ColnmIal
S.w r t S rth and the wind was blowing 40 mie s as
d nt"o a "Tore tu Dem aret peaks an authority on playing the ball in t
or mower. One .to had to again for anther heart-break- r PadyY hung met have read with wry mseme
w te we rlQudh b V wee and belne of tahef.w di Ga --oun aed Olson as
owl .1.aetunI op. And s ththat staggered him In the seesnd round. It
fB %'E aw a i hedn the e'e *Iarnlig for Sim- 0 t .1 snls timed, swiftly throw left hook. Olson's no lethal
84Oare le.rm rSe -pof the mons. coftiebut he hur ryouand the aceunmulative effect is both
-Iey_-Amf-- -ad-w aa aneM' -_whi ron- he an entry fee of and discouraging. At the end of the 15th the other gt
eum weM- te g the am-w hich eneGarden,Young, cut bruisel and utterly pent, did t
'Nn 'pat yenl ysog cne t to "take it toUKUl n look as if he had come fro the aunioer prom. But the
,. .. r. ,d ig the tour- critical cut o all was comparing Olson with Ma eu
hT.. 1 eto- s Di]iv DMLa. becauEse it t--t A o, a meonstruous libel and flagrant abuseep thealhw .
S I wa a Bt t1 hiso foot tcd by. te ELLEN oNNA Amhdor's rights of a free press.
.0JIE forced ht A- choice to take the Cerveceria n *
~ 1MArt Dethtto alteafbn mo- ip PanAg Nacional Panama Amateur In-
tone boat vtatonal at mbo n July Brank Rickey of the Pirates Is devisin hisown eon
SS SSBs, bthe Steatt Maristhe gome ever charoer, e Vir- Ellen has everything it takes to the two-platoon system. Just signed another set of twins.
ndWd at 1,0: I 6 th1. t ls w W -. Ar- be a che s H er 74 at Amador cidenti akly. John W. Galbreath, owner of the club n i
0 d i DSI. like you1n made for la golf on any course. Herdrives to moVe in New York realty In a big way Rickey,
ageU0- oa wsSim ds ] I wo mter.He a l boats are of the variety. She dem- winners In St. Louis and Brooklyn, has been som
fr .w m ready prved g Ie atnes; in sinze onstratd gat afte could shoot a smash success in Pittsburgh but Galbreath's faith
ls' ho t le at wna "I w with the best when she took the ma-ter remains unashken... "We'll be up there ooner
aa. t ]w M0 thrw s rv. Chrysler-Plymouth crown at people expect," he tol me the other day at Monmouth
aw s I l t9. th Maderectlyto Brazos. Ellen has been Shooting his thoroughbreds are quartered.. OaedGalbreath, avid port n.
Arigaom taar ae h0 bcn Reel Cub the best golf of her career dur- a dream parlay going lor him. A World Series championship
B Army S r 5 L ATDN '/o tayl 1. 0. Box ing the peat few months, and the Pirates, a Derby winner from his Darby Dan
a lt-JSleto pot4 very (latedon ap- e $ Jne ) R. her game clearly shows the ex- national football crown for Oblo State of which univr he
p 1 tIet- t.les .-. Team' W L Po t. cellent inst uctions received a rustee
mhin qC DeW In Harlem otatm a 2s.150 i sa gnt -TMfrom her local pro. Amador S *
193L.ois CIn sals t th e ha t-*Cervectrisslonal 4 3 10dI Pea Ameiesn. sohuld be proud of Ellen.
SLouis Cardinals he h am iCo ol agert r o sThe youngest of the heirs aged 3 gosag e d wants
idd 21 vietori- w a sea en. Powell Geare 5 6 ere further knew what's so wrong about book burnam to
t19"19had won 30 ,.thepoll, Nad.l 4 5. obted McCracken, the yeuq lovely In "Me an
SJt to turn that trick e tnow. C eS 3 4 429 o the C one of the nicer guysin oar racket, rate go the
"d I n 11 elt Dean had po9 l aF4 Panam o 4 .400 aretheieo S h Foursome do erse of Sandy MaeNiblck. A ternadm ea be n
Striumpha ---ay. destructive than a astem bomb, so what ambs th
t1he th n The Pa sipper dl red fshrmen from Set For Gamb think they are so all fred smart? More than
Then am th t the "goods" the late 1 and ea United ellmber has fallen and landed n his head may be
SSt r an. by m" to of 4-4 dert or w ae y unique was that not one pro appeared il priat i te lg
Si, t0 oyan Sab e Jamie I it takes O af a atrip out of town to runn Iwa rae thi -
an-eWhth tePme itac he ooe will bhe plyed not include Native Dancer. u e
is s os oaluvnor or g victoryy aWetoheptoAoof-N the flabit Gambo BS saturday and un- ada
i m Z l a ft AOnr lu waters .T h ai* day, with Four Roses as prizes
o top ch. r Do'rs lae- n for the winners. Just what did Casey gel mean when he tel
1eop ben I- dt our Sae nte ope! toB Daniel he was glad the Ytoks made o d S
S. g of the r. Do went- d tehban -br- tournament open to Gam- trading deadline because "we ig have o
Tax to be drosta r tch t"so He didt ages 9 of t*" handicaps, flal handicap allow- Lopt, Reynolds, Mise and Slan, and w
.thitut te, Of All auOd some, 1t Ale medal play e on way? Stengel gripped when Jacket esen waSm
i t- either Saturday or Sunday, (.2) count have aal4e the Yankee 0outf1iI last spe
tr EEST h h itsru rtBent'lopae to' the m e cc ce Ca n It br
to Lama also, adh %be nursery will resents the growing attention the front i
o _-_Oretis n ber- operation to care for the the importance it plays in the Yankees'uccess?
8eotIh FouHeole wl eeW T .On Summer replmeermentr e n TV seldom work aot a Ttisblue .'
i ,lt Bpte 1C lt 1but1 what could teams ke the Browns andt Tiges lesT sMo
e P a Cou s mt be a certain y i dying a martyrs or any
.Ut eo safunimn, 4t nfertmaately there isn
-*- Oo^., Il srt NYJ ha lle. The deaewh -aso n
S-I.' m ** A tow"40w the boom. a e lub t madcsk, is one like wanting to be pole editor of Pr.dw Political critee
wouop**by CatUGo oe14r n1 -the osts onahte go aoft harsh and few seem to remember Mayer Impy was a
I^147 whtee -rlubi a s, 'nc 'w .S Sugar Ray Robinso.n.
t ms ut -A Norma Webb, 4 1 hite one IaNd h eAMs yes.,Ask him t e h Not a single olumn reader, who took pe in h c
Sdecsioned BoOby at o in te t tU s 'e arond beaa curred in Walter Pate's which put Don Budge over Bill Tlde"
Sb. op tir ma Andnhe saysths ee The man s ether prejudiced. incompetent or has a mott
___h___________._____________ her's climplex." writes Dorothy Finlay, Yonkers, N. Y. Wat
SU was ine thunder- tewart, Memphis sprost historian, takes the floo: "So
01' bart Fort srth last spring. mays Budg never lost a big match. Ask him about the natlo -
5e go threW him beal into the creel finals in 6 when Fred Perry pinned his ears back
4 .op pItched his putter away chore, either, when you examine the vast acreae of the
12 hurled his driver on 14. ears." Thor are also fwquiries about Tilden's stage career
o h four Isn sga at ast ouni dble istitution, the stage survived Tild o l
S" o"The Kid HIel" "Dracula" and "Clarence."
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Bark Out Orders?
Haughtily ignoring a gallery Ben's handler slipped his leash
of newsmen and high ranking and ordered "get him," the dog
officers the 7468 AU Sentry Dog leaped forward and ground his
Platoon beast and man put teeth into the straw filled "arm"
on a tensely exciting show at Ft.: of the Intruder.
Clayton sterday. Spectators' cheers died In
After declining a chance to get, their throats as for Big Ben
first hand story on "I Was turned and headed for the gal-
Chased bya Sentry Do news- lery. Lt. Chalmar Burket, comn-
men sat quietly whle Armyimanding officer of the sentry dog
handlers brought nine handsome platoon said quickly:
German Shepherds padding out "Just sit still and he won't hurt
onto a green lawn to go through you. These dogs are attracted by
daily drill. movement."
The visitors learned a lot about Not a spectator stirred until
the handsome well-pelted ani- Big Ben had threaded his way
mals, mostly black with tawny through the crowd and returned
grey or orange legs, bellies and to the kennels.
accents around the head and Another dog. Butch, came back
neck. to Clayton from a distance of
[ five miles after he was unleashed
It's true that each dog Is during a traffic accident.
trained to obey only one man, Other well-handled events In-
his handler, and that he'll lunge eluded the spotting of a prowler
-at anybody else, even a fellow by a "jeep dog." a demonstra-
'canine of his own platoon, if he tion of how dogs and handlers
gets close enough, are loaded into a truck and a
[ But it isn't true that the dog's smoke demonstration showing
usefulness is over, if he loses his how dogs and their masters use
handler. The platoon trains him gas masks.
to accept another. The platoon brought down 28
First of all they make the dog dogs when they landed on April
lonesome. He's put off by himself 30. Since then they have acquired
for about three weeks; nobody another, a gift from the Panama
speaks to him. National Police of a dog that
After that the new handler had bitten someone in Panama
comes and scrapes up an ac- and was going to be destroyed
quatntance. Little by little tht unless the Army could use him.
two make friends and presently He's going through "basic
the canine Is back on his job of training" now,.and in another six
watching a warehouse or patrol- weeks may be one of the best
StIng a jungle enclosure, dogs in the outfit.
The animals' sense of smell is Each canine has his own little
so good that almost all of them white doghouse, tropical style,
can pick up a prowler's scent at about twice the size of a beehive
from 200 to 500 yards. with a flat roof raised six inches
Yesterday a messenger dog, off the sidewalls to give ventila-
who works with two men, dem- tion.
onstrated how the animals can Zonians battling to hold their
be used to carry important Infor- overseas differential may have a
matlon in frontline positions, point in the report brought out
Both men go with the dog to yesterday that even dogs raised
the outpost; one withdraws in the temperate zone don't do
(yesterday he went to the far so well in the tropics.
aide of the lawn.) The animals looked fine to
As soon as the dog was releas- visitors, but the men in charge of
ed (with a message In his collar) them said they have lost weight
he immediately tracked his man and their coats have deteriorated
and delivered his message. then in the seven weeks they've been
returned to his handler with an here.
"answer." Right now they're getting ex-
"Big Ben" is the lightest dog In tra ration of a dozen over-age
the platoon, weighing In at only e apiece every morning in ad-
40 pounds. Sore of his fellows doton to the usual feed of horse-
weigh 84. But Ben got the nod meat, tallow and dog meal.
yesterday for the demonstration The platoon hopes to get them
of how a sentry dog works. As back "in the pink" for the rest
the "prowler" (in a padded suit) of their tour of duty In the trop-
ran from tall grass, and Big ics.
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JEEP SENTRY DOG GOTH (above) barks disapproval as some
one nears his place of watch. Handler R. 0. Tully holds his hali
while assuring Goth this Intrudel Is no prowler. Uhl (below
enjoys a grooming from Sgt. M. F. Roee. (U.. Army photos).
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Argentine Literary .In
Bundled Into Peron. '
By DREW ,PAgaM gr
WASHINGTON Joune 25- f -
While President Per6n proepar- i
Ibfs&ez del Campo July | for a
four-day 'let in Buenoi
ant-Perdn's biggest mistake
Among those areted rw At
the Aria Oc np the com
becomst-kng. more n r due t
the njoyails ing often ternatonal ame
ed Argent.ine r .. ;
Since none Om f -
taken an active p .rt -90 A.7
leagues, th may tpr ot b
Among those d W rik
Victoria Ocampo, twe co #a "
best-k nown women writb
enjoys international fame: dV
Enrique BeDChs, noted $O-gf.r
old poet. ,
Together with a numbr of
leagues, they were tan. m-
"anti government s
and have not wen been
TWWm-uorM m1*M FAtkkft IL ir.rOb al .fe*-
Rhee Retreats, iD
Chinese Get .Out
OUL, June 25 (UP) Pres- plan aimed a o th P
ideUt Syngman Rhee, in a' trong main South 30anO o0 =to eM woi
retreat from hi adamant ta*d a truee. .M
on a truce, dropped today his In a television htervieW lt
n demand for the removal f all hghthee ral it pImtwai
Chinese Communists front Korea r lof hl obon ad p l e
) one of hi prices for We. hae o.t O
Rhee to a crowd ogenre .
person masaead i t anorean roIa 4mto e t7i
Square on the third ann eaee. .. .,. k xt
e othe Koreas war thathe And i n another de- IUefi
g h ive the Umlted:Natios welopment, Foreign Mn a r he to m
two blirints for an std
Stlee, nd they eald tak their --- /.
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Originally, he said, he Insisted JT
on withdrawal of all foreldg
forces from Xo r ae 9, In luding ...
some 1,000,000 Chinese, as
proposed by the Commanzzlts an4 *uf lt:
As Kh'% As KoreWaW a
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