The Panama American

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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:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01637

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French Premier Joseph Leniel.
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CASLE A06D0r4 paprAMWgICANI. PAAMA .
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Lr angIeN teeICarNTAIrv s ;08 N* i nowlrRS INC .
p ans, 2111INTATIVIS JOSMI m ent U f.oXEm. N
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P**: sni YEAoR1 N, -osAwVN so P T By Vi'etor Resel
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TI, : Is YOUR PORUM THE RIADIRS OWN COLUMN Recently, as a gag. Vice-P os I
ident Nixon walked into a lion's
Ct n and soothed thi oemat w" t. .
rAa pat on the head. But that took .
Snownere near the courage he
needed not too many says later
th. e Mi.m b is an Me f. um -. dir. ut The P.nan a Amer- wnen he took on a mission for
i. Letters aru received gretefulmy .. t ichandled in wholly conti- the White Iouse tn oothin
de ,.I manner. 0dm t he nation's angered laoor
yo u tribut saalette don' be impatient a i doesn't appeteleaders0 v nmay avejust
e ay. Letters are pblish h the order recived.eOSlVotes in the '54
Pleae try toh keep the later limited te eone page length, to tip Congress again him
Identity ot letter writersIs b held in strictest centidence. and tne President. I
This newspaper M umes me responsibility tor statements as epinesm ASed I is, tun arhe so tihUeey
91preesed in lerters te reo eIs balanced in the Sena.*these
express n tortern t Mw days that Nixon never 4ares *'
o move too far from the chamber
NOT PLEASED ABOUT ANYTHING lest be not De around Lto oreak
a tie vote.
But the vice-president is tak-
elr Il time out to talk nmail-|o-
'rhe Congressional threat of a reduction in pay thiru the man to the nation's labor chief.
inielum of a revision in the 25% differential is to hideous to Andehe Is making friends.
coatlemplate at thle moment. Furthermore, that phue of the He did that at the CHias un-
stripping game is being fought now, by representatives in Wash- precedented banquet to tae 8en-
Ington. Let's not forget the home-front and the trash they throw ate at the Heotel horeham the
at us daily right here on the Zone. other week. And he dincus that
I have been jabbed, poked, plundered or deceived at least once at oifl-the-record luncnheons
a day since I landed here. For every department that could be with union leaders, the latest
named where you can do business on an honest and decent level of whom was Davpoweid MDonald,
and be treated as a human bing, I'll name ten where you're dirt president of the powerful Unit-,
Lnder their feet, where they charge you exorbitant prices fos ed Steelworky met in a Wahin
Brd and 4th grade worK or merchandise, where they add 10% for tCO). They met in a Washing-
their admittedly complicated bookkeeping system, where you take ton hotel.
what they dish out and no recourse of any sort allowed or listen- generation, parted frie .
ed to. And it if understood that next
Have you tried the prices at the Corral for auto repairs? If in line for soothing is John
you have, then you know what I am talking about and if you Lewis, whom I'll match against
haven't, for the sake of your pocket-book and temper, stay away. any king of any I~tngle, mane
FlagranL insolence Is the policy and they love to pile It deep. for inane. John L. is jurlous
Hlow about getting a prescription filled for a sick little boy one with the White House. The
minute after closing time on Saturday? They tell you to conme other day in Chcago, he let
back Monday. In the meantime, just hope the lad lives that loose one of his special mul- *
long.or take him to a doctor In Panama City. How about the hog ti-syllabic blasts against the '6 -
feeo they sell you for potatoes? Where on earth do they get them Administration the kind he
and what and who is behind the character who makes such pur- prepares only at the beginning
chases? of a national fight. --
How do you like to queue up In a tangled line of traffic to Attacking the administration
pa 17e per gallon for a bixture of kerosene and sludge erroneous- and the Taft-Hartley law, Loew las O
Stalled gasoline? The station where you pay an extra quarter roared:
or. the privilege of having your oil changed. The skinflints only "Every day I have a matutinal
caught me once at that game. If you want your tire checked or Indisposition that emanates
wirdshield washed, do it yourself. That's the attitude and the from the nauseous effluvia of Pt E n
Volley. the oppressive slave statute. the
S Just how long can the Panama Canal Company continue to Taft-ltarley law.." --.-o
ba4ges and gouge its employes before something snaps? What He meant he gets sick each
kind of people attempt to run this miserly comp3nv and where morning over It. Ad t ac he WASHINTON-(NEA) Reublican Natlonal for Tt--
on arth do they come from? Not from my part of the United means to get tough ove. i., tuo. C.,nml tee headquarters in Washington has now cipauy f
Btates. I can assure you. The day mv sentence is up, I'm leaving This is no mere r.t.erical amo td Lito tancy new air-condits ane office izer. It
diabolic strip, even if I have to swim. threat. Lewis has been u.ier- spacjt a uple of block dm the White an al
dabolc strp, even ave swim. Disgusted ring, personally and oyvr the House IttJa.0
,; long distance telepho, e, with The entire headquarters staff is nw all to- said to I
th' most powerful of labor gether onu one flor, ao Sight up. Ther's an a44u.)
An Previous chiefs. He has talked to M- auto in the h a.
Songs, Old a Nw UI* DWldt few of hoL notess a ir ars a few e
Songs, 1d an New rAnd only last Saturday after- steps .through a fire dor and- en the la_ frunz 1I
LW noon he met quietly with a their desks.
HORIZONTAL 58 PressI s Nredently acquired friend, the Incidentally, a part of the now-contractIn In- hFAtory
HORIZONTAL 58 Press Teamsters Union president, terntar nl Iformatfon Admiilstratioa of the co
.1 Them There 5 d Wag ni a Dave Beck, wro has the shrewd- Sta ipeppnrtment Wil moved tolt of this Spoe'to Cu
I__ 0 Tardy eat sense of strategy Inside la- make room for the Republican National Commit- mid-tern
4 Old I l-- help. bor. .te,
SKentucky loving that There hAw been othmerly the GOP organization in Wa
nman"' sons. Last week, Lewias swt wasu attired In a hotel..q A coup.it o to
,"- GoesI v .rTCAL two of Afe_~ p aide ."Jo w b gs. On of. t .up .. ..


Weasel I Pitcher
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IPersia godders
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Italian EaFt A Hurry
"Africans 6 Declaims
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Through the air scenes
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ternattonal policy statement. put in storage, the staff.has been 0at 1 soide 5
But they also enlt time cus- people t6 a little over 100, the rent h been qut,
aOng out the Wite sfouse. the committee Is $010000 In the A and the
In all-these sessions, each hBi goose hang high i jovial, ft.-man optimsnIm.
had isa grievances. Back, to The election In 1964 is going to be a breeze-If
example, wants the Interstate you believe what Republtana spokesmen say a-.
Commerce Commission to take boat it now. '
certain actloa which would put Taxes are going to be reduced next fea and.
more trucks On more and better there will be peace in Kqrea this ye.. e are
hihways so they could offer the two thins said to count most wig voters.
tougher competition to the rail- The 4 thit t.es are neot m* reduced this
rds. More twueks mean wre yWar Is considered of mahw IaportaeO. ndi-.,
1 vidual income tax rates will decline automaticals
Beck talked to President 1- vl Jan. It wouldn't do to allo* the epoessM-rof-
senhower some time back about its tax to expire before individal incomeA taxes
his problems. Le asked 'for the are cut. So the 1M, as it's now' called for. short.
appointment of a trucking ex- will be continued till the end to the year. In fair-
pert, Frank LaudsbUlrg, to the ness t6 the lttl txpaers. .
Interstate Comerce Commis- Then, with the asualty lists from Korea end-
slot. ed. everything will be rosy-from the Repgblican
Instead, the spot went .o a point of view.
chap nanped Owen lark of Ya- The drop in farm prices 14 not considered a
kima, Washington. And *eok; serious obstacle. This is of course the eastern
easily the "ost Influential of thinking. It may represent serious blind spot
Republican 19bh leads, thins for Reoubllean strategists, bat that's the way
he has been ted--he and the, talk now.
his 1,300,0001 s. Nor is the labor vote aftqaton taken too,perl-
There is t Ager t. S ouslv. Tle unions are g their wawe io-
hief OGeorge. ny, whA be- creaaei now in ftee ne4etla9 without xoverA.-
lieves that' i White se meat nter.*-" and wi strikes. Agitation
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without realf2inp it, the LOV HIONG OF( A MiJPTlt une6
e House gal has apger- They Mdeott a "bash" in a greenI eM "stash." et a I
1 the li1er leaders and And after ense "Si they".wV 'gone"- .
Uooedie. In doing what Said he: "CbWe Lp ye td **
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f. pOerful and 4nd tey e y thweupon.
egtnp lWf chiefs to- .
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r Now they're N 0s 0e1
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S AML, and CIO are If they falfl eat of e -4hey ma "fake" It
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al buit. locaUtio shote in N. Y. r my Io. I
rD d of these starring erandel...Things m GOttase: sa-
Whl 'cweti" the Ad Za playmg an Ameriean .. olf
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IlKr.Se tfiyec de. Dittbrwn M r. a ". ilberis
Orilae whi are tg at arrivals fem anan Chile, wow the
gueto of t of $ a dinner glyon of hg4ie It Pa ama by
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Th mmnteftabl. c Wro iIieeaolt Gaclade. and Mrs.
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Mr.- v n To leave land,. Cairmman of the Cook-
tsr Wasbta t in ClaT rlntee of thai
Mr. Ra on A. Vallere, Inter Ameriean Wqmena ClubI,
Seo"M d Smcret Sr aid Vice has announced that the cook-
ConpIl of the .et le m- Inter Amerpic Womeo's Club,
b4, plns to. leave the year will start Thursday, July
.Istims 'tamorow by plane 9. All members l terested -
for the United States en route jon the classes are asked
tu Wgalhngton, D. C., where to p"one Mrs. Mulholland,
he till be patlaned.. 2-1617; or Mrs. Virginia D.
.ML Valete and their twq WhIte, 2-4170.
Cbi*dBm Andrew -and DenAlse, ---
wleePaamUN on July 2 rters Wives Club Luncheen
foirte Unfed States to join The regular amnthly
Mr. ValBere In Washington. luncheon 'meting of thoe Dic-
-.--I- rs.Wlyea'Club ,il be held
aewe Bufwfet SupW Wdne ftr July. a t the Al-
W;iliam.Wood, Mr. GIOnw ieMok tflr Ctb.
Storm and Mr. James Hicks
-e gte smesh of honorL at l ar cirem seUg
lA 4nformk L s e farwell but- '- Members dt 4umar .r-


W. J. C_.,Mr..J. E. 4 YongU ,
Mr. R. C. cai Mr. OUil -
cher, Mr. Pete Corrigan, and
Mt. Jack COr wtol.
I ,FM Caga la
.hJn.nT. osarty of Cani-
po Aegr left recently by
.plan for San JQW, Costa RI-
a on bhort business trip.
Sewll Beard Mnftgai
WTA WC -
A special meeting of the
BoOtiof Directors of- the In-
to&-American Womens Club
wi held Monday morning
at-9:30 at the Club Headquar-
ten In Ap cn.
Meug oft t Atha Chapter _


A d. and bingo party will
be hel Wednesday in the Hall
ato the SOred Heart Chapel in
Ancon; at 7:30 p.m. Table
pri., do4r. presm and light
r m wneatmll e the order
f w k: n Admission It
50 ser ath pu-auble Is cor-
dafly, Invited.
N.C.O Wives Club t"lee
Members of the Albrpok Air
Fomre Bame N.O. Wivm Club
will 'bod their bt mathly


Sof the N..O. UluDn a 7:au p.

Vesper CArs MMiier
'Ane Vesper uwrce of the
. Gamboa niano pQhtw. will
mees aT the unuarn on Thura-
day at 7:30 p.m. All embers
and other ftrends are loroiai-
ly inviuS.
Lunaeeen For Csmma
Offstems WivesM CAo
The Carozal Officers Wivea
Club will meet at a luncheon
meeting on Tueaday, July 7,
aS 12:Su p.m. In tau ort Clay-
ton Officers cluj. All members
are invited to attend.


Gpy Ball Tonight
The Panama Lions Club wvt
sponsor a Gypsy 3Ba1, comn
te with Gypsy orchestra
evening at -8:00 ft th
Union Club for the benefit o
the Panama Red Cross. Oyps;
costumes, are optional.
Art Exhibit. To iemaain
Through Friday
A connection of oil. painting
by Amass Converse Is current
ly on exhibition at the JWI
GiUery in Balboa under thi
sponsorship of the CaIal zon
Art League, The exhibition, wil
remain through July 3, an
the gallery is open dally front
9:00 am. to 10:00 p.m.
Bake Sale Friday
On Friday the members o
the N.C.O. Wives Club of For
Clayton will sponsor a bake
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Opening lead-*4K FIT TO BE TIED-Representative George Bender (R., Ohio
World War 11 uiplus rope stored in government %are.iouses.
not be sold and is evidence that the Truman administration 'ran
Most players pay careful at-
Iention to the aces, kings, and R II TT Says
1bueens. but only the fine player RUTH ILL Says I
Careful about the lower cards. Pacific fa i
today's hand the contract de- Hl 01
tended on correct manipulation "A married woman's as old as LNt URURATED St
of an eight and a seven, her husband makes her feel." a
North's free raise to two It was a man who made that R al Mal
ppades in today's hand is not observation. The pity is that Rof y
recommended. A free raise more husbands don't realize the FAST FIliu1 AND.
Uiould show real value, and in truth and the importance of it. FAST FI E 1 i AnD.
ihls case North's hand was on How can you keep your wife BETWEEN EUROPE
'$he trashy side. South cannot be from growing old before she OF SOUT
: lamed for jumping to game aft- should? In answer to that I have O_____UT
'r North had indicated strength listed seevral ways. TO COLOMBIA. ECUA
ilth his raise. One. Listen to her when she
West opened the king of clubs talks to you. She is bound to feel M.V. "SAMANCO ..
ad.continued the suit, where- old if you never act as though M.V. "EINA DEL AFI
:S18outh ruffed. Declarer anything Ehe has to say is worth MIV. "SALINAS. ..........
jDi qto rounds of trumps with paying sny attention to. TO UNITED KINGDOM VI
and king and hopefully Two. Never stoi comiliment' HAVANA, NASSAU,
Rt W0ft heart towards dummy'A her. The woTsper whdse husbOed
ue lu He hoped to find the never stops nott r how she SANTANDER A
uebn of hearts, East won with looks never gets discouraged and M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFIC
e ace. East returned a low nerer lets herself po.
diamond, and South played low. Three. Show an interest in her TO UNITED KI
loping that the opponents would clothes. Women whose h-sb"nds S.S "CUZCO" ............
unable to force out his ace on never notice wh" t they 'wear M.V. "SANTANDER" ......
e next round. West won with have a tendency to b," clothes
he king of diamonds and re- that are either too old fo- them ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.
turned the suit, and South was or are lust plain r0,' Pnd wPhpn TO NORTH P
isaopointed when E-st was s- vou notice a dress thpt vouit'T "ONMORD T"
Ie to play the ten of diamonds look nice on h r, me-tion it S.S. "DIEANEDYK" ........
I' thus forcp out the ace. That way she'll P'w-,s 'now S.S. "DURAGO"......
.Now everything depended on that how she loolrs I Im-.ort-nt TO UK/C
e hearts. South had already to you. and so .it will be ev.n M.V. "DALERDYK"......
t three tricks and had to win more important to her. S. "LOCH AVON" .......
ree heart tricks in order to; -- M.. "rn UeADO" ..
card the last losing diamond SHOW HER TBHA "1U HAVE
fr"-n dummy. CONFIDENCE'IN HERll ntmilinla ubleuel tn
r1elarer entered dummy by, PACIFI( STEAM NAVIGATI
I0ldinr the nine of soades to Four. Have faith I h=r aililt fv RIP ('0 INC. INPANAMA-
d"'mmy's ten and returned the'as A homemaker. It '-ou 'ol"- 1 A.BOA-
l*iht Of hearts. East neturallv her Abilitv she'll s-nn orht it
Il yed low. and Sonth finessed herself. That will ertoinlv make
lie ten of her ts. When We-t her feel old and inadeoupte. -
,ropned the mine of hearts South Five. Plan an evenLnin now and "
i d.ts last trump to dummy's then that you know she wi'l en- -. ,-
and turned the alg of joy. That will certainly keep her .
Thla i lWhim te tin Ieellnaoun. '
e aevenmof 81x. Tli .o her about vr ,
.and i ta kln.oe work. our plans. vour hoes br -'-
Sarft' to discard the last dia- the future. Nothing mrkeR a
tnnd from I a mmv. woman feel old more than to fear. .
South would I'"e los"t1is cen- that her husband no longer
tr-t if he had failed to play the really needs her, that. his life is SOI ul7
ftht of hearts on the second no longer tied un with hers.
sound of that suit. He hid to be Peven. Brag about her now
able to win the third heart trick and then to others. That will amiel Smug ti smart "tm trne.
With the se' en in i. own hand. ma'-e you both feel good.
hilch wold tb imoorsille If Eight. Stand by 'er "-her ,I ton wer he. won woald tWe
dummy still held the eight of things go wrong. Een l her a,
rts. lean on you a little now Pa'- thtin
If she wants to. That ,v" 'r-hk lift ere advertii '
F TEACHER TAUGHT her feel cherished. And to feel
chprlqhed u1 to feel von".
SNEW BRITAIN. Conn. (UP)- With a' little help from her
Iimrley J. Johnqon wa ear-ested husband a woman can *wav
Charges of failure to observe young through the vears In mind
ston ain. Johnson is a driving and spirit and enthusiasm for
IchoWl instructor, living.


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aer- and Mr. L Dane At lks
metle levrl be65 at,.pvti .e k
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In t l .he bb t io "pue b
AAu a M. R. a Mn n Thorpe's i
w'eo w .Buets of ;"M c~aightle to r A.l "m cordiall y
Sste givIn mer M Bee erly .d Invited o a and- bring
a! OD SaBolo Fo l Mr. anelat their f r ^.
R. 3Bres of Fort tua-ck.- b-o f
after a at ee %o r t A a Qr l Liuttle Theater
.,M-JtIus BaIltwea lfar T me w hav; t shng of
* oeut! on tt hian. At A al m It eit prodution li
j fifl"* j~d~lruft. Ufe4uu"coo B sta." ts.liht Boy
w. te coffee set e, .'- te new t n New Cristoba.
gath. Kua; alerj u, jr. be. ilntalled. To ,Mehe-. eltla rises M 4i0 p.P
-Jof GOVlp. rd, aMt Mrs. be, held a, Buiing m. TicetS my be obtained at
r, oe agice* Wih tu? e -5 tPe er. .
>4( I The officers are: President- ra wal At
a. luod Mrs. L Mr Maxon; Treasurer Mr. al Temple
M W. Adler. suva, aecre.ary Mr. Orsn;i. 8t rs Lode is sonsr-
.. A .&tgb, jMra. .t. Board Members: Mrs..Delg o, 0 .o real at the
g BarSnet aa. Jaconse Ars. aSmoon from 3:00
M msa L.I GtMr. Iii Mr.- Pad a to. .
3.Iot)4,M%.apa aad their friend
Mrs. .W.. Invited to attend.
'. *.. atro."nel Festival
Mi 'r P n ,
pa usrd y^ a7 w sr Ate
.IDrba. C. in mtba..t thelt lftier bo --e TG S t ..
Gift s.in Klagston. No York.
S L. to B Before their. &parture, with obse a ,al
S.. Mr.. an4 M .. Will Mcm- Ost otF. F lhu La
SL aughln tuhef .re the din- a whlch Usat suay
J.,, kere- ner gut of r,. and Mrs. ig.ht, will oBiul,w11th even-
Jim. t Mrs. W. mispaugh A. TURan aT:, 3 p m rr. Owwith
b ig.t Mr. ad Mrs P =.- Maleolm B. enmw,
P. Joaneo, .f. ort Dkvis entertain- of hBt. Aziw. fta'
.- V. them a Wedsegday. n uest
SMcub r. J. wdMr. and Mrs. Joseph Iry- clOsBal ervie will be held
FLahMsi. CI. ~cEay. Ing, of Oatun, on Thursday oday; PetOs vIE eld-
Mrs. evening. an t.Petei's Day begin-
rfs. even n Whcommunon at
SM K. Mt- -- a.m. bythe Rev. John a. McDuf-
4e. 1MaWlt, Mrs. Study fle. Th Very Rei. ymon T
C. R. Mould, O I errls, dean of the ah of
le, Mrs. B.'A. At__yf rp ,ofw 1e htpe c..betL,
P. parks, Mrs. AtlantUPi will nee 4 raich -" 3:'w.
'Mtx.T. R. Perry, aite Pt"t
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med abdut this at a tor of O u-lt .nuch-by-the-sea,
feren three days later, 11i be celebrant and preacher
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cry member cfrbutes an Im-
pozta stbr* t u effective-
nesd of eproedins It rates
as one o te seas's superior
shockers.
But even more important, It
marks the dret W l debut qf
Dek Powell, for. 2 ears one of
Hollyod's me popular stars.
His understandint and histrionic
experience undouedlprovided
a big assist In getting such a
generaly-big eauer otScting in
the picture, but in addition he
displays a vital force which
shol ift h.i high In his new-
ly-approached field.
. The story aceves a spirit of
unrelenting supese and grim
fascination such s" few pictures
of its type have been successful
In reading. It is centered a-
round the efforts pf a strangely
assorted group of people to e-
cpe convicts who hold them
prisoners -when circumstances
force them to hide out in a des-
er ghost town: Their feqr of
death by the kBW lm uns soon
takes second place to their terror
in a race with time as they dis-
aover that the most terrifying
power on earth Is on their very
doprtep.
SathMcNlA d9as an un-
usuau j b as ti.leaief o
the, co vlct whll Ali Smith
reveS.new dTamatlc power In
her portrayal of athrl-seeking
doctor's wife who offers any-
thla-.topare- er Jife. Jan Ster-
lng and Keith Andes provide the
romance a night ,clob s r
A.haIasalLth,-answerx anA,.
reporter who know his way a-
round. Considerable humor is
derived from Ms Strling's flip
dialogue sand fo Arthur Hmn-
tt's prtrya of a desert rat.
au ly Page, Richard
e adeKova round
tfti t Bc was produced
trainger for RKO
h plomers and It-
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Fe exe tt screeplay.


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(Contl.au .MM..ax THrS)
sale to be held at the Post
Exchange Claton all pro-
ceeds from which be gv-
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All Witea on tu t have
been asked to er buy a
cake feR r this w cause.
Cakes, ples, candies, 1a cook-

Those who are unal to
deliver their baked goods to
the Post Edchange on the
morning of Jly 3 May tale
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mTh6 eco~l to Meet




int of the Morning Guild of
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be held Friday at 9:0 :30
Bishop Morris a Bibl
Study ame vwtWfl Invited.

These summer meeting meet-are
Ing of the Morning Ouild of
the Cathedral of 8t Luke will
be held Friday at 9:00 am.

for the purpose of main arti-
cles for te Spring Festival.
Any material, sewing notions,
patterns, or good Ideas may
be brought In at this time.
Patterns or material for
sewing "at home may be ob-
tained at the meeting.
MIim IUgby Here
For Vacation
Misses Molle and Patsy
Rigby have arrived from the
States for a vacation with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bronson Rigby, of Balboa
Heights.
On States Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Diam-
ond of Bella Vista left by a&i
this week with their daughter,
Linda, and son Steven, for a
vacation in New York and vi-
cinity. They were accompany-
ed by Mrs. Diamond's young
brother, Allen Altman.

SDA Volunteer
Society To Offer
Anniversary Fete
The Young People's Missionary
Volunteer Soci$et of the United
Sabbath Day Ady tjst Church
will present pO anwersary proL
gralm tomorrow a-':m p.m.
This program will Include an-
thems, quetettes duet, solos
and recltatlom. I


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'MAY|THEATRES|




BELLA VISTA THEATRE
1:1. 2:3M. 4:10. S:5. 7:M, 9:1M 6 -
THERM NZWIST OUTBhUTi... AND IM
AN OUTEI-SP 1SPRBI
"ABBOTT AND COSTELLO
IN MARS"
with M=MAA3BJUID CUa tsh
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CENTRAL THEATRE,
JOSE FERRBER'
ZSA ZSA GABOR, in
"MOULIN ROGUE"
In Technicolor!


DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Ten men... A woman... and
only a ghost of a chancel
"LAST OF THE
COMANCHES"
starring
Broderick CRAWFORD
Bartam HALE
MIDNIGHT SHOW
at-11:15 p.m.
"PAULA"

CECILIA THEATRE
TRAPPED IN THE ABYSMS OF SIN I
"WOMEN of tim SHADOWS"
Alo: SSEIh Si ,
whth wU5 LQ -CM oSw "p
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ENCANTO
Air CmdtlnI____
Lana .Turner
Fernando Lamas, in
"THE MERRY WIDOW"
Peter Lawford
Richard Qreoe, in
"ROEGUBS MARCH"

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Yvonne de Carlo, in
"HURBICANE SMITH"
Burt Lancaster, in
"Come Back Little Sheba"


LUX THEA TRe,
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MM PASSION DESTROY
aVERY MAN. WHO
TO LOVE HMlR... '
"RUBY GENTRY"
with
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JONES
ESTON
KARL


TROPICAL
DOUBLE ATTRACTION
WEEK-END RELEABEI
"A QUEEN IS
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2:55 5:49 8:43 p
Narrated In SPANIBN
Plus: Robert Ryan, ai-.,-
"HORIZONS WESIT
4:00 7:03 9:.57 3 .;,


CAPITOLIO
SENSATIONAL DOUBLE
PROGRAM!
George Raft, in
"LOAN SHA RK".,.
Paul Henreld. in
STOLENN FACES '

VICTORIA
"Desperadoes of the W
Chapten 7 and "
Plus: .
"OUTLAWS OF PRAUw',
"BLONDE BANDITS"


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ILHS. 6:15 8:20 PEDRO MtGUEL 7:00r
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Fun, frenzy and
festivities begin
when Cary's
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS .RTSC.
Household Automobiles WEST A1K LIES. Profs l. CB. i .Sl.. wt 1" ..'
Statewide Beauty Servicq conven- get stefe4
FOR SALE.-Beautiful genuine Chi- FOR SALE.-'52 Singer 6,500 miles gently avalible. Genll's Beuy 6-441
S .nes Dragon lAug. in perfect con- good condition, any reasonable of- Shop, Cocpli Clubhouse. 4-557. 67, P'q MI.6
n, ren accepteHd. CallBalboa 413. -_dftlAt
table,- mirror top. Pic4ur3es37th2 Fd iM4- 51 W t P. it, ; C6:
St. No. 7. upta'rs. Tel. t 1025 I FOR SALE: 1949 Buick 4-doee 201 Anal s .. P La 8"77. b "4 "to V "R" t"gilO.l b l3 I 8 .
St.No _. _tr_ Te.N 3-0a Sedan, w-s-w tire l. radio, du pty d P .... i-1. .a id."
FOR SALE -Practicallv new dining- For only $1.199.00, excellent con- DR. WE. Medical Clinic. will l al
roori set. Consisng of. beautiful edition. Smoot y Hunnicuft S. A. Central Ayenae "K" Street. Cornr ".h Y" O 8m' b it to l lved l
Chiha-closet. extension table, 6 16th street Central Ave., "phone telephone 2.347", Panama. O.l
chdir and small side table Take| I800 Colon.r AIR ICAN H IV t rttr a-
advantage of this oppurtuntv at FOR SALE -1948 Buick Convertible We procure bet m we E !
this $15 000. No. 23 48th Street t brand new top. Price $795. register applicants for Idtlntifetotn. REN T
Apt. 4. Call 3-4385 after 5 p. m. or be- verify reftreutcms and a lhoM f w st cope
FOR SALE.-Bnbv bed with mattress, fore 10 a. m certificate. "C I P SMVl 2nd nt n
two youth beds, rado-phonograph i floor. 'Bella. Vio Theatre.. Pho .
wo y b rrFOR SALE:-1950..- i9 pecial'-- 3-0881 Panama. F1 RENT:--Nely fumised chalet r SALE: 1949 Ptac 4 d
combination, automatic washer, door Sedes, excellent -30. FORENT:-Ncly fished ct LE:- 49 Ponioc 4 eclnEPtadoor anI
roll-away bed, deep-freeze full of ical condition with dnefloi and SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA. including electric refrigertor, Hyd dramatic tn. iw point, O .ew ti Y, I 10
frozen food, gas stove, and eec- seat covers. Smoet y unnicutt S. PANAMA-MEXICO' one way $85 uiltdMe for 2 couples. Inquire ty pai. $1.295.00. 2 C.r"j;, TeL 8-1d 0 M l s
trick refrigerator. Phone 3-4385 A. 16th. St. Central Ave. Phone round trip $135 (15 day limit) hou0 56 Via Beliario Porros, top .10: -8 ho tl, ,U A t .
after 5 P. M. or until 10 A. M. 800. Colon. $165 good one year; to LOS nflom.) 4.Tr eet NVt "|'
Fmorlins. Ae a ANGELES onr way, $159.25runFOR -Threbedr ruod m concrete KI -
- LE7 piece tn Pee FOR SALE trip $268.64 (90r day4mit). P ti .ch Tle -.Easy terms poynmqnt. hone a1:00" ff
livingroom set. $75.00. Phone 86- 4 door sedan, heater, radio 'with amea Dpatch e36 Panama. ffi.
front and rear speakers, twin bed Naclodl (Automobile Row), Te l. -- "4O" w' '
243. Good condition. layout with mattresses, excellent Panama 2-1655.r T F t the a
OR SALE: Complete household tires, ins., to Dec. can be financed. --C H 0 T
ISFORLE: RENT ple tehouse hl 2A
furnishing diningroom, livingroom Make an offer. 5964-C, Diablo. FOR RENT CHE T 4,..
set and misc. 2113-D, Curundu. Tel. 2-4362. Anytime. .B UIC K S-25L.
Telephone 83-285.____ foRSAL-1949Ford 2-do S- RApartm ts OL DSMOBILE P
FOR SALE: Bedroom set vanityi dan with radio, good buy for 'a Miacelilaneos AUA.IIRA APARTMIM


wtmo ad light, $pi50 n 572D o 5 uk all mo r n
with maoto andor podded seat or 76 n 'PAA C----.-.,--
corner or Carr & Ls Cruces FOR SALE:-1949 Chevlet -d, tda ntl of Storehouses, Balboa or REN :-Furi apartment, ". I Ja
Bol'oal. Phone 2-1757.ll runs like a clock, goa d t Ores and pieA : R- lrGod f quipmentic, i beon m Ilvnhg-dlningroom, porch ir I 1 ...-
-di, General Electric, 25-60 n s r -adO FO. _s cuario Tr 3 opica l tVian sp -o "a. r a..4 MexionCR Ave. A N 1 I Chei t

c :nets. etc Tel. 3-5069 l Aing-er phone 800 Colon. at Section "I". Balboa Storehou. OR RENT: Furnished o rtment
0.00..er wit m iro met, $ .- pon m door sedan,$ $5.0 0. C feStfIs.1 el V







I. 512-A, iSt., Diab o. seen rear or BElb Fire Station.a telephone 2-1810 CHE VR ET S very
FCR aloe Frgi* 5ol s FOR SALE-l947' 31. Coi erp.i FOR SALE: Cocker SIU nlOIs AKC LEN JtcoRNT-tTrnt FOR&t: Am'e9 Bu ick 4
rcl x Q Ae Coup. Veiy pet.y, cZer ri Reg. 6 weeks old $50--$65.Coco one-bedroom, Ulvin@eom, nete,- 0 LDSMOILE 1 : .- ,
F SALE:- 0 piece bamboo set, and flidford drive publ hrr omly $750.00 Solo 707. apartment i Belle Vist. Call Po r,
st cleared nd re-vB, Carr wished. One, Smoot y Hunnicut S. A 14th St. ama 3- 4 1.0862 from 4 t 8 p m
Leoter piano with stool, nsw.y re-ces iFOR___ C Ae h e C o ORJ S in ur Scho__ of Super_ pp-_ _i
corner bo n. 3h street hdnt 'of Storehouss, BSlb r FOR RENT Y:--ulA -"part ment I LO Nan2.b#.







:sd in blood. Phon 39th Street E. FORSALE: 1949 Chevrolet, p i- py, qg ce months. KC register. T80 '.ooml dinigroom, pochOT 2 .tra
_- _--- feet mechanical condition. p$e w .oco t r Skitchen, molds room, wo- fll iW
FC.1 SALE.-Sectrional lngrc set pint, $1,000 cash Sr. Vir. Te. FOR SA :1 Rope, 6 tons i ro 43St. o
bed, 25 cyc-le F bde, like new, I Cerun tl Av. PAfci e CllSree. e O re FOR -ENT-Nie. unfum od SALEV R.-1951 C V "-





0J. 5512-A, -AS, Dorh- ',FOR SALE 1 *.E
r,-nre ,rro o9. Dnette sto shonee ... -T .. e ir n reearassl o celd Iu ed h


FC es, e elr 3ALC Morcycleany 3C-45 phone5 34cycle REsirsIn (5)i7 Via. 1. N. 64 4B e- '
Real Estate FOR SALE:-1946 Cushmon scooter, FOR SALE) Electric water cooler, uOfuRnshed tw erm opWrt- An .
rC. Zl caijo 0 -8 i voi Avcelle.t condition, ge Sdar shift, ne g ofice st ol desk, ke tnew. Lampl nt wtn t w r connettO I L E 4'
Fbu. rALE:--u w pe erbe 0 oodsetsandF10 r ive -- 1934 In7it0tion l oi7 R7 .ya. Phone e nu inblo topols C a 6:1 1 Alm-











FRo r ENeT chOR S, esal 6 .-rooom point. $95.00. Albrook 32o5. dsan pdt*l r lafsarie other haF g Vgia. "I l'g gg .-,f 'e ]Lllf. 4^.t^. p f ^^
FOR SALE Compaeten omptento : rfrt ao ah 'r c
S reliable Rel Estot e Service in een r B t n repair, $yu0i- Ho e 77 Ice A. *A
bAgencies F Centrol A ve. 259. Phone re- C ra l h C w FOR SALE:-Piono,'excellent cond- porch kitch: e rift d sie r T





3-1069, Post Office Box 3404n tion, Germanke, goid mhog the eCha BankT 2 Sthad *-1
ma.:St._inblon._-Stre Aaeid. FO SALE: SA1949oCe r hr ole t'3ofie orRestde"nce. fN Wlhnl d.











PNo a.9eh ncl cny bench. 891 Mnorkon Avenu e, Bolivre, No. 10.12m a n ha'e room




S. opeASHINGTON June 27 (UP) B'boe _kslBolivar. Phone 2$3C, O SI "0t, .... ,.. g |.,,
FPsition Offered point,$1o00caSh'. FOR SALE-Stte ceda ches, $5.FO ~E:Cl0dFOR SALEMSoto r Tresal.hoSe3O RE n B ell ndVlst '. "
ELAaTteORiAs Chu re fCsm sorh A li mower, $5.00. Cooll 2- uf h to o aort A o





DraW eer "S^ Ancont Cranil Zone. m oent ontn, hit, ne o Apt. 3. Opposite I wae o e
ORWANT :.--dsmobile salesman. One of the job i that. o f WANTED FOR RENT: Spe S. Nm V W
Writ a es, 75 or cial 26 C olon, chauffeur to Navy Secretary e Sr- Privhso.t1em, Nopts,- F E n o Entr. n T
asi- Hubert Pretto.n Hih0 Robert B. Anderyon. Lh. iBe ei r. ,6to street No. 27i-. Ap. -o *





conAN eleteA k e The action wa In line with WNTED- er prves Cluber- AL -
Eaind __ er 5 n2o nt FOR RENT $O SAnE, -cn v rIe s, wt ha:e r ,
4 soiencsn$o00 Mh p Truanytn aa4pnlntratfnirs- ap fires set n".10 : hree 2Rv5i CN O E. wiih thl b uoutble E r-- as. *dIoo .Rai' e e
E olp on told the Defen.e De- .dreatss. s ash. ad asg ah- w" air .
Hediaco unt.nt for industrial l FSrm apartment these "relalvlly few i + n 'ir7 i
Fh. Le.-Simmomrti us Rcol :de-a- E satVl to rbeATD, oadshuea.h.ll i a ei T.'o .pon .




bed. cycle Frigiire Central Av. h o~I te F Ro SA le l cn FOR iRENT:-ice l






20 Pm m |re becaua e they in o-p orch, k itchenveIfdesroneeia Apdy overt *alo 2 Ae Tl 2 Cl ar 999
guarantee, 2- fi350,1490-A, Dorh- e North Amie i erican Mae, sold- mo8nla t eh en itN dl o lLet
manaSt. fee..r aneS.L1Mr pan Ane Br2 -"' 0St e




NFORYKEh tictho o l 2(forUo Bdoalbo. -aEast. Phone 3-13. 1obetweeni fcomeoand pick onedout.l. .on A .,





n ero2race iln toaymtripedmcvil FOR SALf-Statscodu cht, $5. roomall Cnvcr sedifconvertiblscaieofnbabyand
*, -.hee-d ie- ro tnddd inr'm. from 42 ih 0 L m 0 lR s. *
nAMo torcyclessfrFrstuhurc levelrkposoind his o WA ED 31 Bbork. tce, 4
oCRistSentiEst, ancon.Al Wrh asslatantfwater479cmAmRnpcoEo



cplen acti on ; gartshnif, t, WANTED:- eskriagnerpivae Cbd r
l iN wRin t 6-roomxp1 int. $95.00. o Albrookbs25. d tan pol^r, o lmand boar ld, a th orinan t -.
concept chalet, 5 miles from Co-"houlO ehold l refrad e o.eporene ,ndO h L R 'Oe'-.o.
l of ssp thmizH. wWi ln d e fse- dross small shop. No. 46C Mevrolet ge..:i
convead iences'a Phonedfort Gulickr miccrystalstteeprakerea elyewsme-a stre.t.o tblewith and ew ire, 7930
desiresE- aee omalewithsuperiornhigto ae b ein gT Oor tndwoshk | rv pickune l e-t.0,33.
E mail to opet eo s h min need of repair,$ d Houso F70 OR RENT: ..; ... .I5 ntX
reliable Real Estate Service in all D.l m oser e b saaulboel P- A Tel. -24"0.. Coil l 4
Mies,LCentralRAve. a259.Phond onf r onship t ed 3-1069, Post Office Box 3404.fromCIthth tion, Germnofcke, solid mohoga the Chosetnk,a Ir']tIwiandr
Panama. Yany bnonh. 891 Mo co3n Aven.beteBolivar, No. 10. 12$-"only "d n'ee
s evWAeHeNmTOe June 2nld(UvoP)nbtBolhlir. Phone 2st3,ColotSwa
P__ition___ered -,Iefenderetlg laeCharrlesaE. 20Ic.l L.k-_. ....
P i f i Wilson todardr tpPed Civilud erv- FOR SALE,-Stawo terk deichest, $15. FOR RENT:C-- "'dFO AE191erltc..
letel" upositionsin- his depafot- E3414 (Beoeia) bedturn all idl pd e:tifica' .......
ofu faerist,bScientist,bAncon.lWrite, mecr,42Ttmehsndepickbonm out. ,'N"&
fr thrn. On of'ejoffiIsfhaya morningstlan;] ..


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Blamed On Braves, Yu
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SMilwauSee lraves the tber e-luI- ri
York Yanker as rin Crdlna ia a le, h "
cr64ted-or blamed--fr some Phil--hotr any
Interesting switches an attend- 1is r The o "itI.et
wC .igurw. aywhere trsm W'to M
5ta far, the attenuance for and tans pe ruae
I and li down eight accused of
m eent Jn comparison wtth he League atenannee u
stretch last year A Unit- IhamAtq of4 t
nuvey aw the Na- he YaAes
stretch I per m this e 4

r a.TAm aVwere o the Brav tbot lat BL0 t
an &m@me in. have lwta al to
The hawv dra UwaW,- since The d (
'Lj6 d so'far at Milwaukee. tives, haTA
an Increase of mere tan They Sbow a la-S ao XM
41K O941* a companrle pe- 009. The iRdaist ajd tha
Ixnd In Boston last season. It al- 80x also are way off at 4
4o bs an average of 25.000 fanm offlce-but the btecal


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per gaA-far and atry the wee comes St-m
entedly at th io of wards Mt average In either league. The Tigers La dran'. A
m thee The Miliukee attendance 3e 000 fewer fans bap
Mluon, Judy ., the ble factor in the Natonal last yer-san Afra--
t, Mikey aag, League a 11 per cent Jump in 7,400 eawMeom s per-
m, John Mag, May det co-
ft Hota, u efceDl, e nc, n T.- ..
idez14, CO~ and J.. Dnndon L eaA
L' &b~~o Two Pacific Cage
laden. Jefft Ooodin, J to Bl, D -
Bd Harley u dSM le Schism. P
lected a.the most valuable playrI y II__ I. 7'. 1 7
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,,-e ---..* their own w t d with M ro Ca rauc. ei ui. l
... w -nted t h m erbr of a b team, the Palomas. Team members of
M W.n 414 1 the r unnerp-Up, the Coneo, received* iF. .
*a* -* -; 26th.ARSSco
lar. 26" -'n'-.
Fastich Teen age League Tops Se.c ia

Off 'Another Successful Year L. ........


inare Wom^ee' afu omthing3s rdtheh.d1
31.T.e... n u he r o etwo best fSr F nfr..0 2


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S, $fflafl -pe d^ n ow t iths -y BOB MCEftWEl o yp belng S mt5 withR
4),'jsf e ..w ,-g~jiB nJBJ'lf ttr fementat ama o c- e.e I.. h-L a oth Farm were
by^ h1i11 teammats am the tiAomlp res nsa for tmtt --- _
fftheinetheeDA os sam June 27 (eP) ASousual, b Su k Mapnie wasAy
Oas t io to SkS 6i cas f6ts n' Wigh s oubhr Cafr a.t Dal-s






Seat ent th th nd will c took the
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VI A L m hstrongero5e tebAtrf o thane i
MOI -t h o of my points.i
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Soo othai on Ah eri fastest b o C 5.56 Bteam w
03-S 8 1- de th l at oo at- IMwdet ptlyw uit e tp a I f
tru ta eod o r tfern ut h ziei n rXMg upn ts 9
VesXVlvjawehe eI evet of the66th and willhci e

AbIw ifod nedw world

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W10 evara alhadrInthe no.
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qoura ogement to
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Sports Briefs
my UAd Preom
Director Harry
ofthe International
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]nUlane '40
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Aead w* asFft-a
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as ton last C
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aw estartos at I:N p. m.
The box scores:
First Game ,
C. Z. J. C.

asudeon .. .. ..
Cotton .. ..1 .
Maphis .. .... .. 1 :"Z-4
Turner .. .. .... 1 ',
Aleguaa, F. ....... 4
Aleguaa, S... .. .
Troncos .. .. .. **
Ullmaen .. ....1 -
Rowley .. .. .. ..1 o.
Smith .. .. .. ..O0 '
"inohe .. .. .... o a. "
later.. .. .. ..0 1 '# *

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Far na 'E

Stokes .. .. .. .. 1
Aden .. .. A, .. 5 I
Waters .. ... ..1 2 4-.
Bishop .... .... -*-
Baugher ......0 0 ;
Aester ... :



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NFutan ...... 1 .
Findcln ... ... 0 0
Neea .. ..:.. .. 1
Cur ......".. 0 0
Hawkins ......0 o
Moore .... .... ..0 .
Medormick ...0.0
Thompson 8 0
24 10
BL IL 8. .. -"

Jay .. .... .9 ,
teot..... ..a S a
Ue k .. .. .. ..: J
FOgel ....... ..0 0S
Davidson .. ..2 2 I
V aIV ........ 1 0
kRey .. a.. o *
Martin .. .. .. ,.3 3
Rigby .......S0 0
McKeown ..0 0
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Suffers 'Nose,

Ear Ailment

iSOIUL, June f7 (W) Ted
Williams, Former Boston Red
Sex s-tlger, was ordered back
to the United States today for.
4etiment of an ear and nope:
t that interferes, with
-altitude flylan.
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UGH'IH V akR. PANjAA, ,. P., SATUR AT.*JNE 27, 19 '


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osiat missions over Keoa as
cap tana ithe 1,t U.S. Mar-. fo
ineAir Wing, *1ill be sent to I
the naval Mhospital nearest the S Wr AIt '
-port when he lands n the Ii I P
United States. .
A marine medkJal officer -: .. 3'
said the ballplayer is offering
4rem 'definite lack of ven- "
ttlet nto the ehrs a nose We has been mdde In the
that eans"eenslosderable In Csk, iLBe oppose it.
h fekoee at hih altitudes anR had bee ted
alumenit which, he said. m lta- .' ., to te plan Bu
r pital In ioreas are "not PHILADELPHIA. June 27 (UP) plaily: Do not be misled by the -.2 former-De fl r ar i than ine our
eqpped to treat." Former President Truman ndes. for lower taxes Into cut- I rapping the. It put off a wte Antil
-- sharply attacked the Elsenhower tin cbrner on our national e- s Wents that a we
during his military program and the rk of World r ing oo great a. r e promote
V .i warned against "cutting oorners War .II means inereasag the *te national econo Ied
on our national security" for the risk of am'Anbonabs onp ar own mofA saved "even ugh It by
d COW r sake of lower taxeS. homes. Tfj about that hard, OArd money' wA kt k I and
In his first major speech and thinh about It offen." emy plane out of a a." a nt
a since leaving office In January. An "aidqute defense program St cannot balance, on.
AS NOW r ui l. Mr, Truman add there Is no now," he a "can perhaps save a scale the destrablty o
Evidence the Communlst men- malkind t horror of another Ig.a Jew billion da (
SA. RACICO, June 27 ace has lessened and "these war -- one which would kill our the desirabUlity of aT bhlbbd t rW
(UP) A 3-year-old Cincinnati who t a I k about our defense own children and grandchildren f fee nation, he paid .
contractor took over today as proam being too big may be and bring ruin to our own cities "I have no doubt... tat out
sew president f Junior Cham- lettli. their pocketbooks ob. and factories and homes." government lays before the -
e~.. His before the national
a gas L. q first Interna- cers' was more re-O!'
Jayceeoledh strain oe h h y of the "Give
tUni d tates in Mnine year, was 'em h a hea "o delivered
Inttied at the r organisation-s wihile.P lie t- A00 of
eighth world congress yesterday. But e showed grare concern 7.nout fA 6 foto
Other tentoa the administration's., ro- -.ta sa ral
other 'international* officersor posal to cu ohh $6, ,- wat Ibitat SS a rail,ad
pospt to. cut more' tha ,o,00,- kno, r.tb
elected in closing sessions of the 000,000o from the requests for ek0foZrt1a a45 per @ant
congress were J. Roger Flumer- the cqmlng 12 months he sub- In ra carry
felt. Catuary, Alta., Vice Prest- mitted to Congress before lear- f r
dent, for North America: Ot er J. ng office. "t. afe .uil)5 to ....
Arelleno, '1.ninP. Vice PreIsdent He also assailed what he call- 'IT Eea th we-n fhha r a Jntotb
for Asia: Peter Watts, New Zea ed the "re*less and isolationist I th atel r th would,
Iad, Vice President for Oca- wing" o1 the Republicgn party. 0t00 o
iag LSndro-GAsma-Reyes, Mex- and said the Democrats saved 40 g
IY, Vice President for Cen- President senhower's foreilgn. De in.
America; arid Don Aylett, aid ra0e .t Hse ove W&&
o Xn Eng., Vice. President for the afity Ofe
furope. GOP.
Meic.Mr. fk b addJ -
Thd chamber selected Mexico Io. taelks .ti, the ebllcan
City ds the. ite .for its inet World adniln stratt6n'g thther iflterest .
congress in Otober, 1954-. rttehsad "liarh r .ony" policies,
.... "- nd e d administration
of intreprose nthi his defense "
Mr. -Eisenhower prorrta*.GOP
Plan Weekend ta-h#A based the nad--'s
s.. e .glon, estimates of when
TroUt. RUssia 4,.have enough Itom
THURM id., ubet 2 r s ndm 4of danger," and R
M: ) lusldent Eisdnbbwer berg ketatlng Air Force chief Of
as expected to concentrate on btaff. tlethfled recently no hithd ....ing .k. rg,
mt tflIhtn* td h at Caml Da- nhas haa ened to change those
*id, the prealdential hideaway In est 6tta. -e-
the Catoctin Mountains. Ia he was "sorry to read5 Esr
his defense program has been o
No visitors or any business" cut, he declared that "no doe- po. eylri
was the order of the week-end tlne Pon be more dan gerops .-116 a
for the Presidential party which than the nation that we can
included Mrs. Eisenhower. not affo to defe*a o.l*eP. 'u ll1L
"It iQPV natural to wish thatra''
The President. who enjoys an- we 'rwe ,to tax ourselves
gL almost as much as golf, n m r defe ase." he' said. .o4 400
d for. some time in the re- "This Is rfectly' humah. We -......
tieat's fint *rout stream on his wonid ll like lower taxes. p .. to r '
previous vialt. "But I warn you soberly and A tty reminder to e Do ted a-
genr F public of the Istb'ew ream qiesega r=
that dan r of malaria are It U are
conspi bl eter (wrlng the of-doors at e sme good -
early of _r&air sea- Insept repelle d .
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