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hs ed is &se:" Abraham Lincoln.
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ioods Treaten To Close
iS Air Base In Korea
KE7O. 7 (UP- Five mud and'dled under the blasts
of tot sent of their wn artillery in their
i'rosB Ko- vain effort to take the two out-
to a posts Ruading the invadlqn route
t nd1 Amer- to eoul
Srontline officers estimated
he lull to the Chinese hurled two battal-
frh b to I aga t Pochop during the
rot debris lon title that lasted all night
bed daon er fro North and'all day.
ea showed Reds wene su- .. tpericau and Chlne slipped
," toe. bacd and forth acror the lp-
Sr Vces officers pepared to pe battlefield several times
euats their alrfellt f the dudnt'the day.
r rose higher then theiM en The Chines Jumped off a-
t of flood already reported on galsat Porkchop shortly before
rampagingt fivers. I fore- midnight after a I4 -round ar-
t was for more rain tllary brra had crumpled
he steady id iPOur hed r soed V sem ivl-
vltal cosMMabunkM Into th k mud.
ad bunkM n tok a Mali 700 Chin-
Air Pored t. s aiot o to move
r the a the ra ed oe. The
ini Ua t them headu,
Datened to ieap ~gi s with ri-
teSta whleCh d bu mpar them with
re -t a of the o Americans
lnboi e 3 to dbpe with the ad-.
eht', ~o a,: d in rein-
Ith W l t Ansecan arsm-
bSlelylCe. tamy merChi a
Sl' e high,
,= B S1 l"& to I* e
senior Senator. :
WASHINGTON, July 7 (UP) Chairman Almn
Wiley of the Senate Foreign Relations Commistl
today the ckless" actions of South Korean Pre
Synyman Rhe have jeopardized the lives of 300M
merican tMops and "could shatter the chances for w
peace in our time."
The Wisconsin Republican denounced Rhees'
stinate" resistance to a Korean truce in one of the a
bittely-worded statements which a Congressional in
er has ever directed at the head of an allied state.
"President Rhee is doing his nation, his allies,
United Nations as a whole and the cause of world
infinite damage by his continued reckless uttig.
Leral action, which The Koreans said, i
1 taken In violation handed Rheeaa .mco ro
Aents to She U S t- posal d
1 bwb "Tis vone Pi outlnod byJ
!J take. are sc- son.
1*own fine Rhee, after "4lwn o
.4; -n -a tes in .
umu- TW ,,
p~- 'L ,--
.m %4as a pe-
Sfv ear recom -
e t ct i Attor-
told the Aert that
mfv was oMftf awkpd for
fes of ask ftOer
on. The defendant had
in l fteraN-
lam s ti NeSn
di hot .uti to being earn-
IIn a Mow. ie ase
r trial 10. That
Aroaiateaylo pleaded not
to buiWy, was Mn t for
I s.5 5BU
plnge I Total
Mr. C I ,A
Uj!- 7 : .A Z o Y
~gpmt to ~ ~hut ~aa
tfootlogwe of the
*ev Disvlan anathilst-
mvmia n asnanb eat-
b SefOth .RO*
C s aimlar sunem"M s
in battalHoM of
o imd over the omWesN
if had falle.f n to tt
V ** W et
V ** .
tA*Js he ei iht llar the -
W1 At on JOlya A 4, so-
W 0to word reaching here
It was tie earth major st-
tept n the pe al nce s.
BIUiM thee. nakOd Obddess,
Pak p omrates called.
u. Some i nIn moun-
=jasU the "most
row mountain In the
b at-knimwn attempts on
bVe been by German expedi-
,un*s Mirafland r and was a.
dei 4b3al Dihis mion at Balboa
tr tefr wed i 1946 to the d
w Al yoe old.
Divilon as a twing lbecon-
lMbat 1 ptm. Thursday at
SMasurvivc Temple by
Led. Norm r. ice A. M. Bu-
and a brother.l Cemetery.
n New born in Wolver-
va:WNLUftd Vntted Btates citl-
Sen. aen to the Canal Zone
from New York City
!be had lived for ten years.
das a machinist In the
bo bonftemd in 1M to the
&MMa Division as a towing loco-
I&. Nice aI survived bv his
Mom. I L Price of Pedro
l, and a brother, Cyril,
MM lves In New Zeaend.
,Wn s te ash e Khe
ehe t for the staff of-
sir ai tnin the trace hut,
a Korean armistice awats
m etsre. es te a Prtdet Ws-
etwer'i truce exphett post-
IdR I ui e ptoa with
'. a apparelwa tpye new
blewcuot frel .
Assistmat Seeetary of state
Walter 8. Roberto failed to
meet~with the South Korean
predMenton the deadlocked IsSue
of th Korean cooperation on
a trae for the third time in 12
official American embawv
an said he could not
y the scheduled meeting
was aed off but said he be-
ll ee andRobertson would
ui their conversations to-
ver believed Robertmon
h ned to meet with Rhee
but iff the conference be-
S Mwiers from Washington
d.e grlrive on schedule.
msw min nm-a Korean
Tile b ls here that
Z03 Ipaytel a waiting
e e What the Reds
wlove ) about signing m ar-
u re without ib Muppert.
orut* Korean sources renorted
vestoe that the United States
has hao d Syn.man Rhee a less
severe abmrome offer on the
stalmted Korean truce.
The ineorts greeted with
open skftlcism In TUS. qurtersI
-led to.. speculation the South
Korean president might be con-
ditloning hia oeoule for accept-
anoe of t e U.N. truce terms.
ReoIIrniihle eourmes I Seeul
madth Kore s mihrbt be
pla tin reports of U.S. ee-
eessions to ease the shock of
an Ibot-face aamreement by
Rhee wibN had threatened t
re It alea rather than aept
the U. N.Aerm.
'hats In A Nome?-
, Vermouth And An Olive
July (UP) -
a 64 year old
w to Puerto Rico
p that probably
much fun as the
.-gS .1~ W'~
the wrong plane Sunday and
went as far e Gander, Md., be-
fore the ~er was discovered.
But he said e didn't Mind the
A --murd- to big g We-
eral Utime and
not her ndbe
each tt name: -
W Ot a p O i--
hbjp4 trying to mak Il
had won a victory oe&e
'The talks are near a ft
due to American smwrw,
Korean bouree in 5eoulaj1
relay a the report of the a
The eea M ean
mte's emae to a lMII
Uimit em Ie t-he pen
itweal eemfereame dgj *
emu e. he wa tileI
trepesi start fl fti m
Ps if the pl
one source M ad the
reuna thet "any futae
ton should be agreed
One of the bicgwt
not Dproue j ji-
flnutn of arefa tw
Unietad Setcs e t U
Thev Mid be wmlonlMwnu
Ilier t lm tha-the
)Ae North M an-otq
wr.n w Uiar
Inuot .of wr a
2. near Pun durin a
atom last nu, it wAs
They we the fliis
to escthe in si than a
Red Keans now r laan
Before Rhoe ordered t
le,. tba t wre doe o tI
The WtM tMeirmSd
tnwieng thietr emal SSgesp
coipownd, ao ".
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TUK APARIAA AM"RICAN AN W pT NWWPAB .
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M bcx a an oen toftum ot, ,- C..rs uf The Panama Amer.
tqtters are received gratafuly and ore handled in a wholly conti-
ft contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the
in Letters aore published in the order received.
try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
de4Hty of letter writers is held in strictest. confidence. .
Tb newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions
ie letters trom renaers.
THE FIGHT IN WASHINGTON
. nMEN'T TO THE PRESS:
'I would like the people on the Canal Zone to know that the
delegation from tne Canal Zone nad the ludl support of the Amer-
ican Federation of Government Employes and the American Fed-
oration of Labor on their legislative problems.
Howard Munro has been doing a splendid job in Washington
In our behalf and should be given our support and a vote of con-
fidence for his good wo.,:.
Bill Hushing, Cairmian, Legislative Committee, American
FederAtion of Labor, was always standing by with m- power and
k, whichever was needed, even making appointments himself
Pa where we could not penetrate, in order to point out our
~ ib to the right people.
We realize that without the support and cooperation of the
lOeate Committee on Appropriations ana our friends in Sen- te,
we could not have retained our benefits under the Civil l unctions2
Ahmopriations Bill, however, we should keep in mind those peo-
newho were instrumental in bringing to their attention the oe-
i teimental aspects of the bill which would affect the people of the
C anal Zone.
According, on behalf of the members of the Canal Zone Po-
*bce Assciation, and myself, I would like to express our apprecia-
tion amd thanks to: Governor J. S. SBebold; Mr. Wnibman, Pan-
4=ma Canal Office, Washington, D.C, James Campbell, President,
SAF.GZ., and John McCarL, A.F.G.E.: Tom Walters, Government
mployes Council; a man who hes always stood by us in time of
S d,.William Hushing, Mr. Reilly. Mr. Mason and Mr. Beimiller
a AP. & L.; The Star and Hc-'a!d, The Panama American
nd The Nation, for their timely repo:rLing of the news at hand;
4 t1 others who are too numerous to name, but who assisted
greatlyy in their letter writing program; and last but not least,
' toward Munro, Legislative Representative, Metal Trades Council
* H Central Labor Union, Balboa, Canal Zone, whose energy,
S jtmn9 and leadership enabled us to get our views across in
V .ahngton, D.C.
t It was a pleasure to work with them. Regarding the recent
Muftilon rising In the Department of Defense Appropriation Bill
i hlch tinds to repeat the removal of the 25 per cent. differential,
S we trust these men in Washington, D.C., and assist them by
i operating to the best of our ability, the minter will be taken
tfar of to our advantage.
James L. Hatcher,
f Canal Zone Police Association.
L FOR THE BEST LUNCH IN TOWN
4 LUNC1EjONT E PLA
DESSERT -- 5- COFFEE OR TEA
S WE SERVE YOU OUR COMPLETE LUNCH IN
OR THE LUNCH t ,THE HOUSE
V MENU CHANGED DAILY
i" r Thursday Special Corned Beef & Cabbage
S ur Friday Special Mixed Grilled Sea-Food Platter
WE ARE OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY
~ ~ *~aor CIO
nP" be 'tbe
n i h e a
In the Middle ages, a swain often swaggered ter
about with a betrothal ring suspended from .and
his hat-band . Just to tantalize the girisl
In due time, he sent the ring to the girl of his Ho4
choice. If the answer was "Nol", the ring route
went back on his hot-bond. along
The Jewelr, Store almost
07 Central Ave 137- Bteel
Dog Tired Dave
wr w as e a .a i u .Wft
S Wh, eq an a We t 4 d Davet .
By Vctor Reel
By Victor Riesel
Itf te to tth Hck and
oM o d tt i h been pointed
?out that ath b these three
ien have most of the nation's
Idustrial power in their unions,
they theaetI a re Isolated.
Lew Is, df course, Indepen-
dent. Beck has Uttle olge in the
AFL high coUncil, of which he
18 -not eve A eapber. And
Reuther sets pliy or CIO,
leaving McljonaM Just an ex-
ecutive board member, it was
like all master strategists,
Lewis has twb alternative
Plans o tall back on if
r B nor McDonald
to pu ut of their xe-
3e alternatives, too, have
discussed' and will be
ed in subsequent schedul-
,he new federation doesn't
alize, Lewis may move
iter Into either the AFL
. In either even, he will
a lance-of power.
ie -otwith Beok in the
, theykran and at the
emt 4 ve evei discussed
remove aOd uer Meany
replace -hifm a man
S4,o their 'middle-ol-the
Spoliteal philosophy. It
4 be -romembered that
Beck and Lewis are
tionallZY Republicans -
te the expediency of the
Lewis moves into the COI,
nd McDona'd will most
inly be able to oust Wal-
Reuther as president -
have talked about doing
ever, that would not be
ad of the maneuver to re-
American labor more
"bread and butter" and
ong "plan" lines.
ind all this Is one basic
- there is now a definite
ce between Dave Beck'tj
Powerful teamsters, Lewis
Tigers a nd McDonaldWs
workers. No other labor
nation can beat this new
ether Lewis go into te
r O,, Lewils, Beck and
nald will be working to-
Sdurin the next year to
both AM d M to i
~Fish j % irds tto
.L~ W'L~J P l .
Maneuvering quietly behind
the scenes with that masceriul
sense of strategy which has no
frequently shaken this nation,
John L. Lewis is piling up
strength for the launching oft a
new labor federation to destroy
what he himself once built -
Lewis is convinced that a
strong combination is needed
to fight back what he refers to
as Walter Reuther's "left wing
'A Ae new federation, if launch-
ed, would not only destroy Ca'O,
but would rival the APL and
create a middle-of-the-road con-
servative bloc which would "get
along with Industry" Instead of
blasting it constantly.
It can be reported that
Leuis believes his new labor
fed,;. .ion can raise over 3,-
000,6LJ members in unions
with combined treasuries of
alm os. $100,000,000.
2'Tiis, in effect, is what he
has bc:n attempting to sell
lead .. Dave Bec.':, in recent
con: .;.zons. Beck is ccnsid-
ered by many as ,abor's one-
man wave of the future.
Lewis and Beck met last In
Washington on Saturday June
2 in what was supposed to be a
definitive conference. An an-
nouncement they planned to
make, however, was held up
pending Lewis' further talks
with other powerful labor lead-
ers. this was behind the parley
between John L. and CIO Steel-
workers' Union lea e David
McDonald, on the following
If Lewis can sell Beck on pull-
ing out ol the AFL and Mc-
Donald on pulling out of the
GIO, they will have a combina-
tion of Lewis' 500,000 miners
and miscellaneous workers In
District 50, 1,300,000 teamsters,
1,250,000 steelworkers and
thousands of others in the CIO
Brewery Union which has Just
completed its deal with the AFL
In addition, Lewis believes
he can split Walter Reuther's
own CIO Auto Workers' Union
by taking the World's largest
single regional union, Local
600, at the Ford River Rouge
plant.; This local itself has 1I,-
500,000 in its kitty Just
about what the AFL and CIO
national headquarters each
have in their junds, .
Lewis hs on$ been nigoSat-
ing with seetinns n If nI anrlannt*
I for"s an early end to the game of golf,
now that e eterprising invnor has built a,
porta&lp soon Int a club that looks like a driver
out Ilns, The shaft gurgles from its liquid con-
tent, apid Tho you unscrew the head some glas-
ses copies tot. ,
This,'th@ ineintor says, it apt to lighten the
physical and mental load ope, acquire from a
eavy bag and a persistent slict His patent was
granted on the unusual premne of lightening
the load by getting loaded. OuWoorI, instead of
The jot, from the gentleman, a Mr. Em-
man eli )e S of E
"Whm~ playing i
usually Iust carry k
assortment of clubs.
uPZUU r UL *-
the ball. but
releft they hi
18th ble can
ssth with t
ways a, haard
some .nf onur
ea been so0
ers who scorned
They were. able I
they walked off
. o f.j,0 ,t
Sthe club In the fal'
with the eye not on
Sbar. and t lh of
Sstrggle d6 t4hat ,
'the AreS- dog I
tord-.nd wgter tl al-
Sfmiglve happened to
it lf man had in-
never man abuna
, and never Ve uite
ag- ea -over.
A tlt neOr ral-
sutlstti tor milk. and
Pet hat y ma1 w
.K n i- l
to entirely. They watW a aIs
,nd the afteroonT.t
est saloon and do.It le as We
vih, though, .tt .. latfr.
liveed to 0 tan porttm o
Imaeb loved two thing, an M tI
VoV-ly. one va g =lf and thI
4-Abt Impetusf, m1 the go-
.lYo. a ded an extra Louitsvme
Iema.- sdetetable ge was he i
mla&Wmwan knows what the us
- 1W - I
YANKEE D NG .. ...
silence... ~.ire.lr im
the rags ed.s u cate
moment am D ath a !
heroic de i ,tt moibegan to e .
The wide tbat-, InReveredr hOS SAS
really ended.. .J efnl n's caf 9t
Independence atlih represent ,st t
Democracy... patftk.Henrys 4-S
cry remap s a pat al source -n
And the shintmM oh Wauhln a
Independence Day Is a time "' W.gI
as profound mop.trtiPn. It .
dedication to the nato mig
tion to liberty. Tb. homage
ing Fathera i mote than te
exceeds the bhwUeor of per
represents a tbotament of na
concepts their aeOdtffoes galn
their spirit has always been
tion in time of erms..
It is fitting that the Minuto
eloquently than orators hon
the aond of drumbeat. In
music of histoty-pWctly
National h 's elt b efe
Individual .@w of th.
. ..- ..* ;
H Ara us
Haehmd le 490
P. _. I .-
* By BOB RUARK
(Rcbe eahiiapw^ the
M ho saw" W" f~rl-
be at aside of be4l
W 4.Wthe .
' 9 : ijA -a-
"w r *1e -.,i
"> **.;* -., .-
M are s
PjLdL ri .L^ :j. -
.lluM 7 (UP)
n between the
5 }Is are"s.
W. W. rept
of' whlh ptea Ich
Inrtl pfkc (aa OR crude
roa i of 9
La W~A hsac-I
trom.510 -Abbey, I
hehU38 and t
Wf Uthe metarorr his
I *.rr* n 'l
oil last month,..-dispaawimS
testimony tha6 tjias was an a I
surpina. He also said the price
maacr. s were "long overdue.'
Committee Chairman Charle
A. Wolverton (R-NJ.) disagree
with Keeler'& statement tnast
f6-cent-a-barrel increase In
cruda oil was necessary to pro-
moWe exploration and deveLop-
ment of new welds. Be sia tAe
compames already were getting
a 21-i-2 per cent "C, pieudon at-
aowance on income tsxes.
. Keeler tsatuiea Uhat me In-
dusry is no tnmsJing o01 any
urZmIr increases, saying tuna
we'lll Just have w wan, and see
wal aoevelope irem cais in-
,. Aep. Steven B. leeruntan (R-
NJ.r. cold hKeeler some consum-
ers knougtu iru ou manausry wAs
IgeiUng. "a & stle ot1 grieeny."
st~edr Lain ou firms were not
making ay IagIner prolts mana
bome uherj unimesses.
' Wolheron said Pnallps' net
prollts nau increased trom $14,-
ujo,lOu nm iU43 to ;75,uuU.uuu U
Herbert Willetts, vice pres-
ident of Bocony-Vacuum 0011
Co., aiad. "tAe manuBsry o,
dynamic, and a free play o.'
economic forces wil continue to
gasure the public an ample sup-
ply of petroleum products at
H. 0. Burks Jr. executive vice
president of Bao Standard Oil
Co., a sudsidlary of Standard
Oil of New Jersy, said gasoline
prices are "fixed by competi-
tion, since any seller can bring
the price down by offering
products of comparable quality
and market acceptance at a
"THE WOLV'S MOST
*Mulus a gms. ASWOE eM .
baO and k "M llb NGus.l .hMII M la C Im-u
JEWELRY HEAD OUAW;
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pha .Olon fraternity. Ba wa
graduated 1950 troIm albe
fl A. baoway, daughter of
Col. and -f OharlMw.t.Co
loway, reeived U = 1
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F&^ ** ath
9u MTeived her Bachalr.elae
Ull e -JW lencing
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iery Lady Editor Loses
ne Round In Tax Battle
JAKSON. Mss.. July 7 'UP, Here before the Supreme Court
hler legal battle against social penalty of $10.000 fite or IC
scriiLv taxes but tl. fiery Mis- ears III jail or both for refusal
id ,UL edior Msaid .she will go to pay social curltv taxes
:o a, iIlraliel than pay the Mrs Ciln's bottle with the
o ,l alie owes t. hegoverinmhnft.: a,.eC rm'int reached a climax
U1 S une Mize declared lat Jan. 6 ohen federal au-
he t.eral social .'cur'it levies tholitits elized her newspaper
%rz sell-enmpioed persons con- ano paulocked it.
4 atl id L011l2 ". Sale let a sick tcd and sopw-
O lsact doe., not undertake rd olf the lock with a hacvexw,
1- !'egalat busineb% but is o thtn daire tax officials to ar-
t enu r tatu:e to raise funds res' hel.
frh "nicl ;o .I l'orm A gov- 1hlle government later moved
erurn.Lr tU a ln leon. the Ittilt aelainat her with a suit seeking
nil,. 'I i., nO ,,ell Se, 'lcd L hathto 0o'LP ier to pay tb,' tax.
.roa. it .. nie:l d to ippo r 's Cain transferred owner-
the a. P out. .o g..trn- ,sip of helfr newspaper to her
the ,d auto 'io, pe.** niece at one point in her legal
C?. ,., I ,i a i o ld c itor .batilr bint Judge Mize held that
"'. M1 Su 1. government can sue the
i .-i *ill, n 'r if ncLessar', tLo recover
peal juci. Mi- decistol. the taxes despite the transfer.
st to the U. S. Flith ClicuiLt
luri of Appeals an a eventual- fr
3 e Supreme Court If n h p p ing &
oruneLte editor has car- a c
o a irnnina tight %llitiA LLin- IVN ews
eral tax oiifclaly since March
1962. wilon she refuises to,
I91 her social security t'x AnotJi. in the series of "One
S stil going to refuse. Day Trip.s" has been planned
til gonr. Ca said when to b\ the Colon Chamber of Com-
rt it.' Mrs. Cam said entt merce to El Rey, largest island
formed o? the judge's ruling.! in the Perla.s group, on Sunday.
"On'ly ben the people seeI The cost of this trip is $1b.
n ie o jail jtor refusal tI' Those planning to go should
W this insurance wdil t." see carry picnic lunches. cameras
lass ot freedom.' land fishing ,and hunting equip-
She called the tax "a iola-jment if desit.d.
0. of the Constitution" and
Sat:rnev. 26-vF"r-old Nor- A 30 passenger DC-3 plane
n C-ilis 3r.. ronteuded if the v.j 11 leave Tocumen Airport at
were upheld "ihe:.' is no,8 a m. for this trip and return
Entuarv [rom federal inter-1 at 6 o. m.
WijonD io a not ldal matter."' Trips to the San Bias Islands
Judge bMis praised Gillis. will also be scheduled on July
inc s first big case. for fiU-119. July 26. ADg. 2nd and Aug.
-a err 'le and exhaustively The cost ot thl* trip iU be
bri.r bt '.d "'hiq difficulty,315 per person. The group will
Is ;tha' t-.-'e same argument'... '.'ave Tocumen Airport for Man-
F- i. s
5 Tree fluid
SButre * 2 App4roach
7 Coloneam aTNut7a4ee
8 Brown bre1 28 God aof
9 Angers dfactd.
10 Female horse 29 Misplaced
II Son of Seth 30 Roman date
9 Land parcel 32 Business
21 Hop' kiln associates
24 Implement 3S Window glas
'5 leelandi 38 Makes lard
myths from fat
39 Golf device
40 Pei fume
44 Cosmlt' ordvr
3 47 Italian dpty'
51 Narrow inlet
5 She been
I She also has
13 Fruit drink
1I Decay V
17 Go by 2
.27 Footlike part
34 Harem room
35 Go by
36 Get up
41dMR3 ttary ro
tie ~ *~ ~ 5'
S '., 9 '" I 5 I
dinga In the Colon Province Never Volunteer '
and from there will visit the
various Islands by launch. PLATTSMOUTH, Neb. (UP)
Herb Minor, vice president of t
For further information and fire department, volunteered t
reservations please call Colon garage as an experlmeptal
Chamber of Commerce, tele- hazard Inspection site. The ]
phone Colon 807; or Fred Busch, specting officer found th*egafl
tour director, Balboa 43D& aco raue xigkr.
*. n ten
uoitr 'itu. I
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54 .9. I '-. I
a ''F ,r.:,,1?~'
- r' 41
1-'' .9 -~ 17 -~
'na. tan ~ ~-r U>
~Me'&t'M' autJtCek 'Uj
LEat tW. t',
~ t'sj q~r~ thee.
t L .1-
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COt;cm WEuN Pleaser
Amaius ta I SUha '
That's Our Girl
GM Bil.. I
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4 .-'., p
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walE.' 'lI5~aMt 3
"4 A~ and thu;
~C ~r. and
~ ~ ~: ~ Sears In. Golf
~fr& 0. 3. W5F~ b.3~~Jt WlmamTay-
law ~ ~ Mr& hi! Pal-
sI&~t-Malo. A!fNU~J,~~JPE .i. Mrs. TInio~ RangE 2W abed a complete Ia
bit ineisben .1 the JmnAs. ~eu mains is Deneflcen
1p~. OODOO~~ Na- (third from Ieft~ In o~pws d $bulw annum
tex wi* Professor reeghed the Iaiwtte f~ be. men Luls AIber~*. awVa~nus) who
oh at Mr. Fred ~ ~ Neaw ~snoWlto accompanying at the umI'Itai mu that dsto CIIW.ta)
ef fl~e Colon Cbamher ~Y On toduate
ua~PI~~ ~~~iPi~mel, ~ the mug.
BOPU~ A t~ thg IJ9WI~CNOIGr5N1P
*~~dtO at- At U. Of Arizona Samuel SMug'
Lumeimem WedUepia7 uol, tlt* of
CbaIraa~Ms~-1 I Struuipt, mad. araUsMe biL *
~j~3~41~St SIC Mary C ~weI~ f MI-
51. ~ 4~ ; and b.Cew.i*ee- rim. Hen- of ~ 6*70U ~ h, YO~ would hO tool
~'~E~jib~. IiU*P~.~y~ T. ~ ~m aa swsis find seed buys,
to oat. toi the ~iWnprn1af *o n~ ueeA~t 15 to sisOilbel
* b fl4 of th sa~ ~wada, made anno e-
considbEI~ Ity, ~r~-
by II lie a~~L Os nd
01. tlu zm I from -
erf~mmn of all tuition r
~ ii ~a. Miss Powell was sadua~ad"~a~
RUIN Sey~;'... honor student from Balboa
N1~b School the C1145 01
their snouts an 1951.
The at6rnic age
MmNnra l t
p ~ ~ II tm.' -
(IHfrn ~outbg oppQrtuity oi~
I 4' j -
- uzrcc ~i nia.
~*. :f;.. *- 2
Persons having any claim against the estate of .
late Lillian Eudora Brown, who died in PannAt
the 4th August, 1951, are requested to aemmunIt
with the Consular Section, British Legtion,Pv
Claims must be submitted within six weeks of the di
of this notice.
MANUFACTURERSS OF BLACK LIGHT AND
OTHER NEON DISPLAYS)
THE FAMOUS "PARIS REVUE"
A successful tour in Panaui, especially on their
openingg night at the Central Theatre.
,yette last Saturday morning
mia led by the group's preil-
rary on July 3. Mrs. Raugel
was the first child to be born
Are made in one of the most famous houses in
Switzerland, known since 1833 for its technical
contributions to the watchmaking industry.
at the I
3 SHQWS EVERY NIGHT -.,3
9:30 p.m. ~- 11 :O:n. I O,.O .
Spend a pleasant evening with:
* THE SILVA TRIO
... songs and dances of Spain ...
* CHELO RICO
...exotic Spanish dancer...
* MENINDEZ SISTERS:
.. grace and beauty of Madrid.. .
* LITA ROSA'
.. ,polfuoetlr singer. .
* ONEIA & EM1 0
... specto~ tar acrobatio dancing'1m s
* MARIA ANGELES
... curvaceous ballerina...
* ANTONITA RIOS
.. the velvet voice...
,.lr~w~ C :*- -J-irr
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You SelI'em... When You Tell'e WPA
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices In -N. StrIlI 'N 'M"t*
SNo. 12,179 Central Ave. Cl ;
Lewis Service ""'" Saion de Belleza Americaue Carton DI" r w
4Io 4 Tivull Ave.-Phone 3-2391. and No. 58 West 12th street 10.09 Memladi SA & tW 3 a CeuMi
Morrisom's Agencia Internacional de Publicado nes .
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. I Lottery Plaza Phone 3-41i p 9-
FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANY OUS I SORTS
| Household Automobiles mao a e?. "t m' a fhlWi. Sntw CiI Clarea B ,F
---_-----a--- W.aI" AIa"hhWm AalellUms. 2 bedree reirl ereter
,.R SALE: Complete household. EARLY BIRD SALE ths week at M. aI-so.- Am c., A "to.
F. urnihing. dnirgroom. living set A. Powell. S. A. 1952 Poni.ac De
and mrnic 211 3-D, Curundu. Tel- LuAO convertible coupe, h2dronma- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. F ,e '"-';
S. erhor.e 83-6285. tic. radio, W-S-W tires, low Central .Avenue K" Street cor- r t
i-- n. ,-- league, leather upholstery., spot nor. Terephong 2-3479, Panama. Santa Clara.h ikn 0
m S ALE: h2 f edts with .ight Real buy. Frione Colon 74. cp.AIR, refinisl Raiton, bamboo Gr.mnlish A Om ROW
mottreis,5e. lik'e new Perfect ccn- _i.om s, R ow
dit.on. 5Cth Street No. 30 up- FOR SALE:-1951 C erolet sedan. furniture, cor plee overhaul. o c NOe. 16uu
ftlrs: Phcne 3-2C4 & 3-0382. perfect condition. Al o 1950 Cros- Guaranteed vork. Special price free T 6" t. P
FC SALE: L,,ng ,..-mh--- ley Hot'hot. 0- '7-L, W.lliom.on estimate. In front of Balboa Beer __ __ 4.567.
FC SALE Lnge 5 ch, m b gany crb. Pace phne 2-4211. Garden. "Jimmy." Tel. 2-4044. Pllnpg, Oceaside eotg
M.-. C: _- s,8_. FOR SALE:-l951 Ford V-8 ct- SPECIALL EXCURSIONS via LA5 C LOT I1
,,.ra Radio, Wh.te VWal $1,500 PANAMA-MEXICO one way 85 ~ .703.
FCt 1SLE i.hogan bar wi.h red co.h. Phcne 83-6103, 7 A. M. to1 rund trpod year'5 day limit)Ft
leon .er Lui'ho.tery -i.0C; Chase- 4 P. M.6FOR RENT
oo._u:.___00- GELLS one way. $i.9.25 round
; Iour,ess S25CO. ann es $-5.0C; FCR SALE -1950 Na'h w,th rod.o. trip $268.64 190 dcy Ilmlti. Pan- HoUe
a Worcobcs $45 00. Mf:al desk.. healer, good tire $800.00. 9 cu ama Dispatch Service, 36 Avenlda --
S$25.00. Dre..ers $1 00, Dub e ft. West.nghou.e re.r.geratot, ou- Nac.onal lAulomobile Row). Tel. FOR RENT:-Cmrpltl
bed, complete, from $45 00; tomac ironere b:.h for $1 ;.00 Paramoa 2-165. three eia. chailet.* J L n 4
S~irngle, from $30 00, Dining-oom Couch with three I gE pillowy ard -- - No, 1 1. .00 SALE 1949 Pontiac 4 door
to'e $. ,-R.00. Choirs 53.00. But- tr&o pairs match.rg drapes. H -.".. -: A good watch dog with FR RET:-- l inLas HydromRt a, niw paint, new tire&
ret Rc: ..-, choirs $5.50, Metal 964-C, D.,ble Telephone 7-. plenty of bark. Frienily wth chil- for I duty, $1, .0.
swing $9.00. Cribs complete, 4362. arena, m.e, I '.2 years old. Free fr n _
$29 0. Sofas. $28.00. Small --;---- -. to anyone oiterling p good home.IFOR RENT,-,o-i-om hli refril- .
S tob e% $3 0O. NEW folding beds. FOR SALE:-1951 Plynmoth sedcn Crie anyme. He-se 562-9 An- .ovt
25 s S .00. Eec adio, Heater, Upho-try Willcon, corner Ancon 'Boulevard and hm h
tric' o es, $75.C00 cnd many other trade on convertible. Call B2 ba3 Bo ano Street. Ft. Gulick 88-44.,
barca.ns in' t-oth new and used K"W,2333. ___ RET '
fu.nrthr: WE REUPHOLSTER FOR SALE:--1951 Po-t,ac Ca;ol no R A
FURNITURE Eight Cyl. Hydra atic, rd.o. t.o FOR SALE C E V It0 LET
''C.': CR CR.DIT WE DELIVER tone blue. excellent cnu ....n, S,.- ApaM B ep. Ul eL E ,
Automoble Row No. 41. 800. House 167-B, Goanbca. Tel- 1iJlC e.ie .u UICK
Phone: 3-4911 phone 6-398. .-- ,----- ... -- ALrw i ,W .- OLDSM1IA ILEu
FCR St'.E -18 months o'd. perfect FOR SALE-1951 Mtrr.s :o .ert.blIe FCR SALF.-Co'rler Spaniel Pups, 6 unturnishl aprtmnn; privo en-
condit on: Cajoni gas stove, Cape- duty paid. Exce.lert ccd I on v:el s o!J. Laile bea-.tlis. Call 3- closed gqirl-s, '8061. th Shee
hart ro.o-vicrrola,. console. West- Ouick sale for ca.h. Tel-phoia Pc.i- 4241. otter :.30 p. mm.New Cpetoba.l. T lephone Colon
inq. --;e Laudro.iltic. Hot-Point am 3-0159 13
11 cL. ft. re:r:gerator, Westng- "--"-- -- '. S,'LE:-1932 V-8 coupe, 1939 .38
house floor fan. Phone Colon 564- FOR SALE: 1949 Chzv.o':.t. new v-S ;ouna; point spraying otfit; FOR RENT Modern furnished
P. tires, motor overho-le new paint new fishing pole, radio; bcokcose; apartment, one .nfurnikhed for
..... 36 r-"P-r.--- --or in Pplhastic seat-cover. Telephone 3- rrerrgeroatr;, 3 dining chaeirt byfl office, Clinic or redidnncei nir no 4 Pntie.
FC., SALE: One re rerator 25 3536 or 3-4650, Pancma, Mr. tet; 2 dli-ers; /2 H.P. mother, 3-1773. ,O WSALE:- 1947 Pntiac 4 d
cycles all porcelain, in very good Vilar. wicker i trun. 1 20. sedan, duty paid, radle, seat-cover.
cor.dtion. Apply at 406-5. Tivoli --- ....e. *r." _O.d. A bar.ln far 750.00.
-----.- WANIE I D .R "R.E: -- 10 Vale. AMoican trick r frigernfr ly
PCAR SA'.E:-Hollywood bed. D.auty- AI.tounu"'ils', Ed to= r ncIoploda.Io6 Mar o uesi n i *1I4o !1.,I l
rest botx springs, ctorn mattress, uI5--uY tl huo lt
other rrisc. household items. Phone WANTED- Small car, prefcrobi gan ,n .A..._ TBPtrI.. .. *
Curundi 6276 after duty hours Ford 'or Chwevrolet Coupe. cbcu- /. ':R RBNT-TiNw bedroom aaort-
S.. .~. 1938 to 42 model. Mu t b, n A .'R SALE: -Beauty Shop. Excellent meant. aod n catlon in Bealle Vi.-
I condition. Cal Balbrao business. 'Leaving counily.. Emer7 to. raoge inclu d. 5st CHEVR 0LET
LOST & FOUNDU I Bo16. 189.S. *b. meiriily t. bmd'-iro OCSAM LE.-
LOZT -In .,ctn of Stor. ho se I .In mn 1 .. t 3 304r OREN Fur..nished apart OLDSFli LE 1 ..,",
r Boidng 5 12 Dic.'Io. Ancon Loun-I, Mbrisg 7t, 12a.m. Evehiiigit ne bedroom, liv
S.. . .. ,,, m Eveningst.... ,R L-,, i..... ne bedro I t di in
,:d",. o rAdminrt.trat'o.n B.,,d;"ngm.l A kitd I .p.':and t "s S o. "'1c
.. (bbcki an antique voach fob. Re- 101FO11111 J'^ u' _"'-_ .kt--noA I f" 5ti 00o FOR SALE:-1947 Old;;mobile coyav.,
ard. Tel. Boalboo 3461. 1' *1" 'vr Park. C2 .fte m00 .radio, now tires, Plfic 'at-Cvr
FdO- ^-': 15. m. ..i nepon_,_ _._
STWeddin ringwith-AA15 all wol plainnw pin, 695.
m nds, betweentl 5th of M D ors d rsa .F R U~.ul_ ft 5 ps T Arshdpartnt
par'. pakaot railroad crofting. Rwmr4 -' room, a r, l o l -"
- ,e fuo Inostlich. S. A Tel. 2-0894. 'a nw a0,,
oil -. .WA Trflsio9 W E
to- .iU nA L nr rv tday as head ,of tw 41 f I' 'Fill..." .. ,-
VVIAN I ment'a international
Sw ,,. O tion ,ad atration L nistr-ono e h .
SIP Mlise'laneoue from his doctors. Presid FOR SALE: n P
I hc ^ T ~ r riCb -ltn o JTthD e Y:-Smooth tires, In h ret.", call .
puft.able for reconstrLction or will
ti h'ew no sauindrso ot 5 a. tI*. V otof Amerio rlnd8 lra- c ar w Sto fr t4 1
S*Phone present emoyer Crisel-i, ovrs er -m ha been und. d .. W- th
A1 A^ ma. 7 Peru Avenue. Tel- v heavy fire from Sen. Joseh R.Fro W Lke nw
e' 3-257-07. Johnson's sudden renllon' an SALE:MC---I tm ftn. Deepfreee, 25
:' ANT regutir or day work for gating sauboommitee, particular- gss ., aro toves Ele
S reliable moid-loundrecs on Atlantic ly on the issue of baking Coi- neday, No.l ,ck. 5 C St e.F Par
Sde. Tuswcrthy nice ironer. mun and their co troversi' aLefere or y wo
rPhone present employer, Cri1tobalu from the libraries.
te 3-2577. J ohnsonh's sudden renlnallon R- SALE:-~. 109-B, mbo freeze. 25
iJANTED id H. P. moao for announced by th m e White Horse, cycle. Lr hin:- recloet woth 3.
aytog washing machine. 25 cycles came while he w.s 2tt" .p1ir i gloss doors, charcoal stoit'eElec.
a p l 4-522 Cocoi. to draft a new direCLIve on the nths, $15.00 clock. o.5 Cyce. Far.
-_t.. p_. Ioo.nM of te bok sle or trade for 60 cycle. wo mo
r tori HP, two 1-3 HP. all like new4t
Heir Wanted Johnson has been on leave r House 109-B. Gomboc. Tel. E6
neIp Wan ted Yaresident of Temp'e U. ivpesiv 477. 3___ ____
I 'WANTED:-Rny maid and a cook. Mr. Eisenhower r: -.r, '--,ed tc
ATly-Arboix ymdl a 5th and Fcontk 'move vtl.mxae'n i sn'ed tc- "OR SALE-.-Our& bred wolf pups..
St Ap L d 6 Colon.S find s 'rces0!: no Jvhn~on 2 months, $15.00. No. 1, I5.h St.
.. p could leate at the earliest pos.- WVest. Paname.
Ssible dat. -- ---
The President prrfet"r thp edd FOR SALE
L e actorr fos eltng tn tl'e p'pn to I
Sremoe the lfo irr"'.nn r1-1 Rc rI t
S S ministration from tre State'
D Department and make It a sepa- .OR SALE:- ots at npw Rio
DS rate division. Abajo, 50 Coa me. a e years
Joho sa to Pay. We are selUn Il like
Johnson said In his letter hot calps, run and buy yours.,Pue-
dated July a that do tors had blo Nuevo. 46nt. Okcure, no *bur
"given me final orders to leave line. Phoni flt 069. Thwsm Keel
ubo eida mat. eMs AecAd my present post within 30 days." Estate A ,
iluonro.wastt I oyourblooi The resignation came as iF.R SALER i :.
Ixlnm itOunw dolleaeK~tdmney tubedrao eL:tos,._pqu,
.ters, Powa !t i rlver.- suirprise beoai e Johnson.a Lefewe, lSt St..ree, Z0-5 .
d2, -si 3 dYard esusfferfro mr atbeu
der. mev m&Le o fs a. late s May 19, hadsformnlly de- t ter -,G olf atre rbndry.
oumys Lur eSoIn, d -Ir n eed frequent report that he No,"'n f.3. .o .d
Dmeks.ab.,Achl e JoQl-ta, Aelity would quit. Ialbooo t-iq,,on-s 28--2'74,
ms' the ? -t sa" In his letter of resignation he ff-23.2 Re-2 2.74
S heme makoe you e ae your said the strain of the Job had
,,r t s ..-l a proved too much for him even
el wnve -^o^ tn though his physicians earlier I .diMat .
fo "s had put him on I "very strict UNEV ITOP 4C.
T I et rNS i le.".., UNITED ATES'T
Johnson took ovqr his duties' Sun ,a aC .., 1"
March 3 snd a study of Dinto-5 m or ,
the overseas normation pro-'WILLIAM J. KRnA ut -
grain to e f It could bet P mf
Made more ec rom this MARGAIT N. KIAL.N '"
BATTERIES the proposal for
S g the entire information SU"NI N -, ,
ST ice t a separate. a-ency. c..a No. e042
SPopular Prices a beme spt of a Stte De- CI* A C -
Poplar PR psitment reocgamnzatlon plan To b ,mbve* uE-n
kevrolet.....$25.75 er ample Un- -a-war t: e
25ii75 ffw5 9% sa !id" JOLmqo" will rest t.. -f m11
25.75 'tal P*months and then ret,,rn 1. et d KSp jrln h ..il ,
....... 36 s75 S tl *lU ty is pr esident. an.dm...*e, r.
a1aago t. hr ie
FOR SAL;.-& ick Cown. Bynafkw,
Radio red lathr, color bleckl new
tires, ood top, $1,295.00.
S.f ;. I
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-Ifmlm, for; 12 words. 1
k. mdM tmword. |
'r ilr IS MOcY
Itipmi wtat to Wesw it,
oat's r U! bameft.
a Y04 Mo. to *" M6.
t464Y OtM boimnn.
ltlwurbi hoe a tt-alCs
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aspelit pasWsle u urAnm zmza sxn
pa. yur vaeUtl itS ear
ey-,er wl, r amee. M, toI&,.. S L .-1g
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A :BAXgTErt, S.a-g.
3R SLE: D06 ....Coupe. td Sm'Sr. .S .S
pin, sw tires, 1Mr ..iage 7. . -
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v[0 ob d.
Kr' -7 ~~
"rWe a"unr rnum' w I- -
raetirig et- S
at -- a IO
^ aa ued l. itA. Alle F
1', h osla on n the
her *5 i
T, n .5 a",. T.. ..+..+.. -- __.. E ,.
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parwwurw.-~-rr r'__- l-
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.+ I e..- j maw .+.,.+, .
+o.:i'f V ";,
cadoe ISElBUAc0hai In-.
Vo1Cd hti ISqMC with a law
Sw e n tiln or
firm, whMida, en te cor
194,.wbe r.epramted the 'CIO
unloAs the ast av area of
'aS'ldt ~and *tthth Na-
"I .m ndt and have never been
a CommUpist or a Communist
sym oatltfi ." Cond"o told the
"I ocmlietelv reject the Corn-
munLit philosophy. and I think
my voting record on fomegn aid,
the'KrWean yt' nud every
Naw YORm 40M) Oter the raM" tothe strualre bet
ld-flahioaeae "eedour country and the Russia
be a slave to qero swt puol; an-dmlnate4 pow
Outdoor eaoin p pa, W bears eloquent witness to
so and la anuy anUt-Copmn unlst pUn.
popular w so aid ,hi made that state
ance pcan eI car. Dean and "as far as I am
frwe. p' .- . eerned. the matter closed
SYou can oumi aown ro the my status with tleAkamnie 1
number oxip betweMen ia.k- gy OmnMisaon 1* oely
jin and mmp.in-w 'iar etW- same a that of other
ug S q tea wagon gresman."
and i tak- .- Co ndoni said he did. not 1
Out d emM in, pot. waphti If other memlin q Con
and yd i-* 'een suW an
thngsf-k ing we cheek belng
that w0 w to lowt tt witness atomic
b "_,' o" 4.4I I -
.s ...a _n
as a 4
* T s;,95
9,tl dat 7:00 p.m.
-m oC f the
also ebrahdira g
Sb a r old a' a to meettend
e ebe served
rts C-9w-at 7:00 pb-m.
'hr, e a ,a e n" of
Mo.ir ary de-
& ; brateed e dreulu lml her la
C h-. a, a wu re m to attend.f
AWE t ug t l be served
to d UNrt to aa WaT Clb u ita that whi
Am :A eq on of
ai.t h fM W tflOiS-. 5.3' husteala,"' '" Vista "
Fe'rote ;Cyap nist -anne Corps --- -- n--a5------
ffifis ro1u1.bo 'd
0f.dll, swdch. W ieris dflulwhoifiwdsblthl
a aImeI r- 'in
a. g va i ,'tg-of- E As t l i
rt.kI ilygo Maryan Pad- ile
o 31M Nt La ele Twoe In
at. hHae;to..lt, MA", a
Je tine ocrat told the nepaper e had
f, la n Wd WI"W a te ort ub with er me.
l aant tMf atvlu He Wentate of
wrMr...9 ,V' Free B of.
W .,A: ,., not- allowed to
- flWrid m lpg--rtsMv In the ovlaiOn n ,f "atoic
via Wed"%:tre.,pd ns
pk t.s.e tobe rspment Conloni he suwlseuental
S m- U h N.?_ o t hr who told him the charges against
^ R M'aB.rllK Uann fPd- tumrnwap
LO : himter were .made by the NFederA
"L Rep ROM L Condon, -a Do.m
4 t 7c ~rat told the n per he had
ofte on b ,\re ly rt he test
we r1. v0oh ,a part in with OrMaen.
in activities he n d i was eletates of
l tal mfi y -hi m at the Los VwoeaS i-
atp actt, eAjb allowed to pr e ate
of who told im the charges agaito
Io ,thy1w, .rhe n '! a re .b.tte d o
Mun,. adt4~ o&fpjv%..W~~r
Mrs. Ruissell ise presided at
a apeclal meeting of the Bcrtr4
of1 the Canal Zone Qirl. Seouts
yesterday in the library, of the
Thi. meeting was called to ac-
cept., with regrets, the resignsv.
tion of Mrs. Marv Kennedy, the
Girl Scout Director, who will
leave the latter part of the
month to make her home In the
Plans to continue the activi-
ties of the organization at the
present hala level. during the
period without a director, were
There was a discussion of the
propor,.d plan to create three
districts on the Isthmus, In-
stead of two. Mrs. Stephen Ral*
hey and Mrs. Patsy Ryon
were appointed as co-chairmen
of the training of the Senir
Girls to prepare them for the
honor of sending one member
to the Chalet In Switzerland
next year. *
Mrs. Stanley Hamilton, Fl-
nce Chairman, submitted the
dget for next .1cor and It was
cepted by the Board.
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Youl cry with her...
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FBI Pubs Sodlkm
Of u1 Md9 W- ed'
WASHI TON, J T TUP) --
Southern d e at, today was
put on the FBI' t of "ten most I
The 1a5 saM Wleft fled last
Aug. 35 from edrlds state pris-
on camp at Loxahatchee where
be, was serving a 30-year term
for breaklnr and entering. grand
larceny, and armed robbery. It
was his third escape from Flori-
I and Georgia prisons in
Since the 1952 escape, the FRI
said, White apparently has re-
tanmed to his "criminal special-
He is wanted foI tw armed
hoid-uns ha Asheville. N.C., and
another In Wlrston-Stle*,, He
also is wanted for stealing a ca-.
at Athens. Ga.. and a serie of
breaking and entering charges In
Henderson County. VI.O. He f mes
a federal charge -of tranoportng
a stolen car aoross a state boun-
te has recorded f-nine
rima couvlcton tinace he was
18, Including auto theft,. burgle.a-
ry, robbery, carrying. concealed
weanom, and receiving stolen
SOe flh about V pounds. Is
M dUnd t ee
e etaa d as d mays|
The warned that White In
c ry a s ndled re-
volvr which he Is knownto
'be d, the FBI said.
Sreplace Donald Chaita
Witteron the fugitive lit. it-
Ste1i wassruested June 21 in San
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By CARL LUNDQUIST AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams W L
NEW YORK, July 7 (UP) The Brooklyn New York 52 24
Dodgers tied a National League record last night in Chicago 45 31
a 14-2 triumph at Pittsburgh when Gil Hodges, Carl Bo .ton 42 37
Furillo and Billy Cox hit home runs making it 19 Philaderphia 32 46
Straight games in which the club has had at least one St. Louis 27 52
circuit clout. 26 51
p i TODAY'S GAMES
That equaled the mark of the lor league leader, got his 25th Detroit at Chicago (NS
1947 Giants, who also went on to lor Cincy. Cleveland at St. Louis (N
set a major league record that In the American League, the Boston at Washington iN
season with a total of 221 horn- Yankees swept a pair from the New York at Philadelphia
ers. The major league mark for Athletics 10-5 and 5-3 to g0o 6V'2
consecutive game homers Ls 2: games In front again as Cleae-
set by the Yankees of 1941. land regained second place from YESTERDAY'S RESULT
The Dodgers also Increased Chicago by defeating the White Night Game
their National League lead to 'wo Sox 6-3. Chicago 010 000 200-3
full games over the Idle Milwau-1 Mickey Mantle hit another Cleveland 000 132 00x-6
kee Braves and to 3 12 over the memorable home run as a pinch- Rogovin (5-101, Keegan
' third-place Cardinals, who also hitter in the Yankee opener, de- Sheely, Lollar. Garcia (.
had an open date |livering a grand slam drive that and Ginsberg.
Brooklyn made 15 hits. includ- 'cleared the roof of the left field --
Ing four'by Furillo. as every stands at the 400-foot mark. It First Game (Twilight)
starter except winning pitcher was estimated the ball traveled New York 000 504 100-10 1
Russ Meyer made at least one. better than 500 feet. That homer Phila. 200 020 010- 5 1
Duke Snider also made a steal of wrapped up the game after the Sain (8-4) and Silvera. ]
home in the clambake, as Jackie Athletics had moved to within tin (4-7), Fanovich, Fricano
Robinson took third in the front one run of the Yankees. Allie Murray.
end of a dqpble theft Meyer. Reynolds, who has failed lately
who needed relief help from Jim as a starting pitcher, came In to Second Game (Night)
Hughes gained credit for his the second game and won It in New York 000 410 000-5
seventh victory relief, giving up one run during Phila. 000 110 010-3
The-Giants blanked thePhlls the four final innings to countRasihl Reynolds 7-5)
9-0 oh rookie Alan Worthington's his seventh victory. Gene Wood- Berra. Bishop (3-6), Schelb,
worthy two-hitter. ling hit a Yankee homer. Billy cano and Murray.
Worthington made his first Martin and Phil Rizzuto of the _
big league start for the Giants Yanks and Ous Zernial of the Night Game
but it won't be his last. He gave A's also hit first game homers. Boston 100 000 001-2
ly t hitW doubles bWashington 010 000 000-1
.up on w i s, In b fif The Indians' victory ma' Delock (1-01, Kinder and
oe burgess n st e ith o have been a costly one since er. Byrne (2-4) and Fitz 4
out in the ninth. Monte Irv t both outfielder Harry Simpson aid.
and Whitey Lockman each and second baseman Bobby -
-mas four hits as the Gin Avila were injured In a chase Night Game
P"..ed out 15. for a fly by Sam Mele that fell Detroit 200 021 002 01-8
The Cubse came from behind to for a triple when they collided St. Louis, 110 010 211 00-7
S Cincinnat7-6 s Rand in the seventh. Simpson was Gromek, Herbert. Marlowe
Jackson and Bill Serena hit called off the field on a 6) and Batts. Bucha. Cain, P
ho.ers. Ted Kius. ew"k. the ma- stretcher and suffered injured (1-5) and Courtney, Moss.
omera. le luszew the ma- bs and a bruised saeroillae. -
Avila's left shoulder was hurt.
S-, Mike Garcia pitched six hit NATIONAL LEAGUE
H nJ D I ball to gain his 10th victory. Al Teams W L
Hogan. rPutt LIre Rosen hit his 21st homer and Brooklyn 46 28
Larry Dobv his 16th while Avila Milwaukee 45 31
S I. dro'e in a pair of runs with a St. Louis 23 32
mmlrlC single. Philadelphia 40 31
A lmtu r;OUl, UulieSll The Red Sax Increased their New York 37 36
Fourth place lead over Washing- Cincinnati 34 42
SDton to 112 games when they top- Chicago 27 46
cfU DBr Iti sh Open ned the Senators 2-1 In a pitch- Pittsburgh 27 53
F BrIts l O n ing battle as Ted Lepelo's pinch-
Ssingle in the ninth scored Jim TODAY'S GAMES
Piersall with the winning run. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (2)
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland. July Piersall walked and moved up on Philadelphia at New York
I IUP) Ben Hogan. putting a sacrifice. Ivan Delock. who re- Chicago at Milwaukee (NI
'Ike an amateur on Carnoustie's cently returned to Boston from St. Louis at Cincinnati (N)
tricky greens, qualified for the Louisville, pitched a seven hitter
British Open Golf championship for the victory while Tommy
oaday by firing a three-over-par Byrne also gave up seven hits YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
15 In the second round for a 36- and struck out 10 In losing a Night Game
hoe 'total of 145. toughie Brooklyn 200 221 043-14 11
Hogan was so certain of-qual- The Tigers made it three in a Pittsburgh 100 0(1 000- 2 I
Flying after shooting a par 70 row over the Browns and crept to Meyer (7-3), Hughes and Ca
an the nearby Burnside course within four percentage points of panella. LaPalme (3-9), F1
i yesterday's opening round the skidding St Louisiana when Schulta and Sandlock.
that. he used today's 18 holes to they won an 8-7 decision on Pay
study and experiment with the Boone's homer in the 11th. It was Phila. 000 000 000-0 2
Ir20Q-yard championship course the sixth straight loss for St. New York 000 001 14x-6 15
aefere actual competition begins Lonis and the 19th straight loss Miller (0-3), Rmdzlk, Peter
tomorrow. at home for the Brownies. and Burgess. Worthington (1
But Ben's putter disturbed his and Westrum, Noble.
study. It gave him five bogey Yesterday's Star Alan --
and a five-over-par 41 on the Worthinrton of the Giants Cincinnatl 00 000 210-6 0
-rpnt nine and he repeatedly who pitched a two-hit, 6-0 Chicago 000 014 20x-7 12
'it the greens and sadly shool; shutout over Phlladelphia in Podblelan (5-7) and Semin
isls head. Carnousie's notorious his major league debut. Landrith, Baldwin. Rush, M
sad weather also gave the A- ner (5-9) and Garagiola, I
nerlean star a hard time. Raini r Cullough.
ino. wind, sweeping in from the
qoith Sea, made him stare at r vuez T V We Only Games Scheduled.
the sky in disgust. .
But Hogan, the shortest- l Af r Wi ..
proceed favorite in the history of Hairs A "
I urdle in his bid to become the vr T h W lli
man to win the U.S. and V
tlsh Opens in the same year.
6 y Jones did it in 1926 and NEW YORK, July 7 (UP) -
14, while Gene Sarazen won Matchmaker Teddy Brenner said
h- in 1932. today he would -reward middle-
qualifying scores don't weight Tuzo (Kid) Portuguez for
for the championship his victory over Charlie Williams
which begins tomorrow last nirht with a fight at Brook-
the 100 low qualifiers and lyn's Eastern Parkway Arena a-
going 18 holes. After 18 more Rpinst Eugene Hairston on July
the field will be cut 27.
F 0 for Friday's 36-hole final. Portugez, of Costa Rica, scaled
I an unprecedented action. 161 pounds last night, as he won
orsre officials asked police to a unanimous 10-round decision
kelp the stewards control Ho- over Williams of Newark, N.J.,
Mn's gallery. Nearly 10,000 fans 158-3,r.
tampeded along behind the Tuzo's opponent on the 27th. ,
wiry Texan yesterday, causing Halrston. had been out of the
)maBs which Scottish papers ring for about nine months, rest-
liamibed as "chaos." ingc after a busy campaign that
Ben's putter provided him ended with his defeat by France's
Mt "chaos" on the front nine Charley Humez last November
td but he buckled down Hairston of New York, is now
J in for a two-under-par ready to try the comeback trail.
S*. Portueuez went into I as t
]s'an's score didn't figure to night's fray a 3 to 1 favorite, al-
hm among the first half though he was substituting for
a top qualifiers, but he was Willie Trov of Washington, who
Strokes behind the medalist suffered heat orostration during
iMmonth in the U.S. Open and training. And he forced the
control of that tournament fighting throughout, landing the
as the chips were down. harder punches with his round-
Sdefeding champleaship house swings.
SLoeke of South Africa a
Bn something to think e- Bevs'Paradise .eLU .Y Movie a
When the followed his ATTLEBORO, Mass. (UP) mhe puron lhe u se to a
record 65 of yesterday PIshing enthusiasm look on en- 70-fo lel t i
a aone-under-par 71 on the vimusly as boys hl trout from a -reco ",u'' Ioe, Ibon
fhp course today to ph d in the centetof Attleboro. the o ted of Loshto e
with a 136. The stocky lYouate'rs under 1i have exclu- Pivieri Golf Club course, m
.had slx single putts and ive rights to Blackington Pond re.res to ship It to Preside
at 30 to match his bil- san ihe nearby river bank which lwght D. Einhower as
First round greens play. aI banned to Ieensed anglers. g ilt. (NA)
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Experts Say FrancisiBourne
Title Bout Won't Last Limit
Cleo Burns, Ellen Kenna
Tie For Medalist Honors
The cream of the Isthmlam ,an nbt be reached, offielal
lady amateur golfers toured tI 0 stating tiume will be 9:00 amn
Gamboa course Friday. Saturday aeh Sunday.
and Sunday competing 1'r th9 ]rt Ulht
first big, time ladies golf tour- so Burns va BAt Lincoln
nament that Panama ha pfq- | Ryan vs Marle Paras
duced. .I i.n edma vs Louise Jones
"The favorites placed ]ujefj. Lou OKOhe vs Pearl Trim. -
Ibout as expected, Cleo BuMt Senoed Flight
from Draums and Ellen K Ala French vs M. Abarr
from Amador playing in a fot Taylor vs Joyce Kulg
some with Ruth Lincol_ W [otinio. Bishop vs J. Hu dquist
Marie Parks cam e Uin allte P tlie vw Doris Hmlton
for medalist, which necessitates Third Flight
an 18 hole medal play off dur- tne BAwell vs Eva J6nes
ing this week. .Pauline Kleman vs Emily Grant
The one surprise and d 1k e Askew w DL. Pool
horse was Pat Ryan from NJ. M1 Ilg-O vs A. mdL
who came out Of retirement er Fourth .Fht
this tournament and and*V up N. Wlitney vu d
Just on stroke. behind the m sw Katte Pendergrais.v J. Ware
alasts. M. MoKercher vs I. Reynolds
Pairings for the 18 hple.> a Alice Baker va BHeNt MUler.
play to.be played any dy '*r- F1Mth Ibht
ing this week and prior to 3O0 Namnol Barr vs Kye ne Saundors
p.m. Sunday, July 12 by Mnutual Dorisl Claue J. Taiey
agreement of the contestants.L B. Clark vs Ruth Danlels
If an agreed time and date M. Payne vs Eleanor Wilkes.
7 Atlantic Side Swim Meet
er- At Gatun Huge Success
12 3 This year the Aanti." -W 8Iugkte"r, 193. 2nd, Gary An-
16 1 Coaches combined their aquatic deron. 3rd, Dale Thompson.
(3- activities and held one large Backstroke girls: let Helen
aige swimming meet at the Oatun George 245., 2nd Sally Cramer,
Pool on the Fourth of July. Thus 3rd, Jean Vander Heyden. Boys,
this athletic event was more 1st. Gary Anderson. Girls 10 yl .
competitive for all participants. Freestyle, lat, Charlene Graves
Also this Is tle first swim meet 18.6, 2nd Andra Nash, 3rd, Jen-
Pet. In preparation for the A A U Jun- nie Favorite. Boys, 1st, Billy
.622 lor Olympis to be held A'ugust Thrit, nd. George Slapghter,
.592 15. 3rd,' ohl Manning.d
.573 The officials: Starter, Mr. H. Breaststroke: F lro 1st, kleen
.563 M. Woods. Judges and Timers: Cox, 2nd, Judy Hallett, 3rd, Ra-
.507 Mr. Paul Doyle. Mr. pale Fort- mona Anderson. roys, Gary r-
.447 ner, Msa Ann Thomas, Miss Alice ng.330, 0,24,W aCM r ..
.370 HInnigaB.Reeorders:'Mrs. -Leslia BIaatroke G laI
.338 Anderson and Mrs. George Anderson. 2nd, Helen George,
Slaughter. 3rd. Jinafe Favorite. Boys. 1st,
George Slaughter, 2nd. Paul Eb-
The results are as follows: don. 3rd, Gary Irvin E
(21 Kickboardc First, Susie Shirk, 50 yd, Freest7le Girls 12 yra.
Jean Anderson, Cookie Gra ve. lst, Grace A 84A n%0 MJeIn
) Second Q r as, d k eman 3 Te
SJean Ande n, Carol LaCri r.,
S 2 second: e 0 r Thoms, Edith 0- Br.eastt eb O 1,t,
A 2 StiebertzfCdeke Graves. Kathleeu eox 56.5, 2nd, Patty
S1 Freesty gs 7 yrs lrt, Judy Call, 3rd, Mary Washbauyh.
am- Palumbo 46.8. Boys: 1st Henry Boy, JullaiHall, s d3MikeS -
ace- Shirk, 32.8, Second, Walter Vlu- Croix.
oent, tirdRalph pDr. 50 yh Backstroke Girls, st.
1 backstroke Bys t, Waltef Grace Argo, 38.4, 2nad. Andra
0Vincent 39.,. 2nd, Ral zeBoy- Whtaker, .3rd, Stn Seaman.
son e 0 8yrs. F le: l, Bo, tt. Eric Thampen, 2nd,
SCharlene Graves 18.2, 2d, Helen Julan ll.
George, 3rd, Angela King. 75 yd. dvldu o Medley Girls,
Boys Freestyle, e1st. Terry 1st, Grame Argo, 1:.A, 2nd, An-
S0 ______________ dream Whitaker. Boys. 1It, Erie
2 2 h6*ea 1:12.4. 2d, George
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Get 1 dSaHlem soft, Rol
C AN F L Y O R M E D V E fi af- .
dat s. Wlted Eq~A
iw apawOU 8c8O AndpraTA
Amerrican t' o... i
If reoords mean,
should outalug the a
League's entry in the3t .
game at Cincinnati tie
noon of JUly 14.
The, eight National
chosen In fair balloting -a
W bomem through U
'he American Leaguers ha
elouted only 71.
Three Tanks made tSt
I m e o Oid thre
center- der t
t''W S^ :B t ',
ro"- nig "ht- th
a G n their return
mIQs -- this time for the 118-
pwna Gymr n thair return,
m m is time for the 118-
pm0d e"hamplonhip while oft
public of Panama. the
Ao faced, with almost a
A wthe k of train teing, both
champs are lumre ar al o a
p4 Y ruor share) condi- so1
lalobs ot daily fOr
at. MarafOtabGym while lag
b aama Gyms. the
Among the fighters beaten by 1
the champ are Fra&nula Hop- iim
in, Manuel Prescott by Ban
Bl II and Rodolfo Ampudla. te
Sourp took the crown by seor. Iot
Ing 0 technical knoekout over ao
AMpudi lat the 13th round'. t
pianoo Kid and SpURdy
IQulntaea ope to have Bour :f
In 0t best s of a is c career
for Sunday's battle. Meanwhile,
Prancia has ahown greater iVa u
.e. rothan ever while prepatro g L
to &veno the walop~hr etl M
ee.vd drom Bourne the f f,
trnis they -met. |'
FraftuMa beast deciales over
Amrpy aft S io Eld i aa 1i
409- h k noded out B b0 y f
ffrK s.::a.* ^
o foI its tritaeBby the ap, i
a04 Evelyn Shouka.g. adg
The eight-rou d pemltaas be-. *'
tweea unbeaten Lt s i mel
and lard4Atbtlag leolPeltaa
should be a erte. a bFt,
tied to a draw with ,
wise Wl fteo BMrlwt I n.l
debut as .T~e saull,- t
Peraltsa battl. ~1 be at ; W.
pounds over eight rounds or less.
Melanie P.aohnho and, .Al Ho
tin will go asix .na Id a 118-
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Joe McKay and Ed A ore out to
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AM, I a losing match
r ttldle, usongd the B-t.
ouM understand, urged him
Eg that the British officials
. fmendment... "They stink
tenMni tJW thg word think "
te and style that ppear to
SLe ready oura ofthl ds-I
s Interior play and looke
a Cup tarn am d whose in-
*allnanr tmaments, In-
Ssbma t recorded In the
." hebouted aa he caught a
Tmah Heads at Fault& -
"eads ugy. A- 1wh ur e itus-
.l rh. SUT j erastd to make a bIal-
. f~iyole ifyla arten, Seixas do little elsJ
ear Inaud er out.
StIn No other astate r port. In golf the
W di eteIent. ImUol,,- with your Indul.
I Se f0 tomabrrow Yesay. Very few te@ans
.-a- i aitre by conventional doefnlit a.
t he m Sa lo. been mockery.
imf6rtlSmt. d to be aml-
BW ta pit in t
Agm.,v.auv. T a hh., bemk
IJ p ad. OWmu. 1 t:
of the sport whose p0-
to .. uI.mtion and--
lon reatch In Charleston
mbumadors of teMrIs and ask,
A rguy. Whatthe
t 1 H man, local sperto
proias his source.
~W~aif't eeksda **w ww
t quick do.
4i ,- '.*:
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n .;f .l
." Pitcher Ae Kellner
Was out eight day recently with
M injured shoulder. Pitcher
Jb NewMo h a b le. GaMss
hlta la teOv inanVY:
shoulder sand. a m
Robinson had a aO f fl.
And pitching age Bobby
Shaate took tba. und rFriday
for the first te gtine he hurt
his shoulder May 2.
Sof tM ;eague
"- o* e gtandina
Teams W LPet.
West Bank' 2 0 1.000
Canada Dry 1 0 1.000
ore 1 1 ".500
Albrooklber 1 .500
Special 0 0 .0
Spur Cola! 0 0 .000
Optica Sods 0 3 .000
'July 8: Sptr Cola vs special
..Ju -: umada Dry vs Albrook
July 13: .W Troops va
July it Wit Bank vs Canada
July 10: pmr Ca vs Norge.
o Pilot Jimmy .l
Yanks'Slump Inl19W Cosi
Firstin June, They $ 10
By DAN DANIEL With the Bombfas' in skid
NEA Spb"peelat. pGs gt ; fans were jiwud. tar-
;3 1i of defeat &Sigfort.
lNEW YOAI, JuT With J. The book t the worst
con:ecuiiv vi to ta '- losing atrq Kmr y A-
Yankees' dUdIt t ek w ras of mericuas e mnra n
winning streaks. through 13 gaUil, eight on the
With .Mays in center field,"
he said, "Bobby Th.nasov could
play thrd base. Speeder wUl be
at shorttop Alvin Dark at sec-
ond and Whitegr Ckman at
first. That would ulV-ib an in-
field -with speed, rAnge and
Ueight-and all. - er. With
suoh a combination. we'd win
Well, the Army detained May,.
the life. of the pary which con-
fined Thomson cepter field,
but thr- tbher-. on hand,
plus ifelders D Willinms.
ank 'Thomsn B, A Hotman
and To6kkle A
EARLZ IN TER training sea-
son, purocher jawrted. that
Spencer was the Oround-
en sortatop, b out.wen Dark,
whc held out, showed up, It was
apa et Waat h KM reluctant
Sabot pn or to the other
side At ba
"Let th kid rt prove that
~___ _~I~____~__ ~~_~ __ ___~ ~__~_~_ _
The Wichita University prod-
uct didn't get back W tWe lfnel-
Sthe day before the
l nts 1 their last road trip,
and en't al Wad base be-
a Wilams, wjo had peen
theof the hitters fell
i ecoba base,
wastfts bli beat
Int 'employing a re-
,more m .
tnoh Qlanu. Du-
inI Alpeading on Um
opppB pitcher, and with aIs-
Shbatted .386 In the
wasecl ehsb in extra base
hits l 11 In 14 ganies. e
drove' in 11 ras, second only to
Toaonm'a 15. In 114 fewer times
at bat ~ ta those played reM-
ularly, he was tied with Monte
Irvin in home runs and be-
hind only. Irvin and Thomsom
in run attedtn.
WithJi maBklnin the .t,
play a thie tt O in
picked a .
Dark l'!ua.half dozen
at ah in _
heartbrik t U u
where re abled the bIlto i
an easy gane-nding fore play
la front of him. Add tlU~asx
gmes to tl New York -
alsa wn total, and yvumeae
wmsaw t third 'with a-Ei( l born
d. mm .. ii
'I J" "L B~i- MEM"^
there's nothing like a trip by
To menvelou Miami kech, International
plygre"und with its endless string of
Iwury hetel U Braniff's El Conquistador
is a luxurious you'll think you're already
in Miaml. That's why sophisticated
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Upited 4 Sports Writer
NEW ORK, uly I (UP) -
In a ipaiBl, '.e Philadelphia
Athilet 01 so good, jim-
mie 'Dykd ta tiem, "the
beat eub % ever maev d." Nw
he WAl the outft "Wrd A.'
ii n i erfomer, he
says, to 4M.y art,. Packey
says, Is f2Cty hwartz Packy
earning his maoey."
Dykes has jcen-in organized
baseball lsine O"ttyiburg not
thr kttlet, but the old Blue
Iidge Leiue Club with which
hie brie W back In 1917. And
he diolated before beauing
Back toQ P9adelphia Saturday
. "lever have I seen a club so
beset by injuries. We certainly
must be setting an infirmary
record for th Athletic-- per-
haps for the ni*jor leagues,.
Jt call us con valcents in-
Jinim admitted he was able
to "scroun-. around" and send
out t men orevery asched-
u1ed. eOnt 3t. 0t aven those
that twke. Ichwiarta lets out
onto the field, bAve become
"anemic" from the eight of
bane4ge and. the smell of
"Sometimes they look fine at
the start of batting practice,"
extplined. the pg-year-old pilot
with thinning brown hair.
"amneti mes thO pRa e get out
there in battingg practice and
lose thra dome tam l in the
stands. But the effort gets them.
And when tIe game staMU, we're
lucky to get two or three hits.
They're very anemic."
. Because of injuries, the A's
no* seem to have a strangle-
hold m=n sth plaie Instcpd of
being up in frt division, where
ina.t of t experts visualized
heM at the start el the sea-
eon t**- s. -
The catlwy' list became ao
treat tWtt JUne 28, for example,
Jlmate actually prayed lathe
dugout that outflelder Dave
Phulley would- 4o be ejected
during an argub ent with uat-
pire I'ABA Mvr fe allied
strike;.-t wa" in. t fitrmt pme
of a double-huad. witth e
Brown at Pa l dpfh-t...
. iAt t thie, DyIM had Phil.
.Y jraht ield Ed McCiM6 .t
euter stand Kit Tomaa in left.
110d I had no on eee who
ou N bs o .I._ ac pt Carl
n ,t ,ntX~ 5. t
NBW YORK, July 7. -
al to w ai
S why Leo urocher ad da
d4.Td-Jua to indt"iO:DUyl
Peaas Spencen at at ,
Aftec folr -years in the hasin,
everybody- .reed that Daryl
Spencer wa the kind of short.
-sp for whom foxyg,oragers
flush fields for years.
"It he doesn't make. it," re-
marked Dutch leather in
Phoenix. in the spring, "clubs
are throwing money away pay-
Manager Durocher got a look
at young Spencer In saven
gaiaes last autumn after the
tall Kansan swatted. -37 home
runs for MinneapoUl.
It W~ during the winter that
Durocher ipoke of t bpossll-
ty Of Willie Mays ting out
of the Army and hiAs dream in-
rbase stepping on DI rk's. fet field
4k nit_ Msto' hlettI
Iauek h .byr a
seewearid at t psca wen with
loose Meth and stitches in the
tfnal.. ;h)tbiton game with the
UltCOMiORTAiLl AT THIRD
base, shd wosM# about his hit-
ling, ~pncr cot to swinging at
too many bad bals,, baa to be
riffith Job Stengel Says Mantle Woul;
Be |.. 1Hit Dead Ball For .400. B 1
SToI e.Last y HARRY GRA0ON
NEA Sports Editor
oad. In 1913. That club fnish- --
d seventh in a race won by the NIW YORK. July 7. Mick- his way to second barn," m
thietls. ey Mantle grabs headlines with the, coach who has wW.=D
T smosat horrendous Ite in uthian raps, but Casy Sten- him round first so mao t" -
helombers' 51-year history gel says te Oklahoma Kid "That's when he's really mgr-
*fell the 190 team, first In would stir up even more trouble Ing Nobody ever reachAd e*
une iand ast at the finish. Not with the dead ball of bygone ond base from the plate
uly did It fall all the way in- days. quickly as Mantle."
te cellar, but it set a club 'Sure, he'H hit one nine It n isnne uelvable, but t .
record with 103 defeats. The miles now and then, but if are two more at home PP.
13 outfit lost 102. he had the ball Cobb and them Mickey. While he hasu en- il
The '08 Yankees slumped lellas played with he might in few, Mantle has nvert
lark Griffith out of his job as hit .400 year in and year out," beaten in a foot race, bi
manager, which the now owner says the manager of the World suspects that his 17-ym-8l5 '
Sthe Washington club had Cahmpions. twin brothers, Roy and Ia,
old since New York came Into "How could an infielder might be able to outprint"h .
e Amiercan Leaga ln '0. throw the kid out with a ball on a track. They're all-ru i
In sharp contrast with the that hopped to him slow and high school stars as waste
oleful experiences of the '08 easy?" big brother. '
ankees was the spectacular Mantle's tremendous speed is
ce of the Tigers, w o came rrlipsed to a conslderae- ex- Mantle can not very w VA ,
t of the ruck and. with 90 and tent by the power of his poke. change bats to get out oE S-"1i
I, nosed out the Indians by Lou Miller, New York World- slump, as do most players. f r
ilf a length. Telegram and Sun sports writ- doesn't use the same bat eery.
-00 0S- er and track filbert. pu, his day. Although the manufMr ;
The '08 Yanked were in front stopwatch on M4antle leaving turer turned out a speu .td
SJune They went on a long the left side of the plate and model for him, he rarely akel s
I of 22game, kept tumbling caught the Yankees' phenome- It to the plate. He belted hte. '
U on Juy 1 e found them- nal center fielder doing the 90 record. 5M-foot home run
iva seventh. On July 15, they fert to first base in 3.1 sec- Washington with a bat n .a
ere last beyond all redemp- ond for Loren Babe. He learm
on, with 50 defets in 89 starts. Miller tells Tpm Meany of models made for Gene Wed -
ring June, the ighlanders of Coller' that no other left- "lin and Hank Bauer.
at 21. bettered 3.4. And throughout a good at the time," says M1hdk t
When they struck bottom, Big two-year stretch, Miller has ey Mantle, simply. -t
ll Devery and Frank Farrell Bruton of Milwaukee, the Sen-
cided to fire Griffith. The ators' 011 Con, the Cardinals' -
ex spring he was back in the 8tan Muslal, the Dodgers' Duke |i
atlonal League, running the nider and Sam Jethroe, when
ds. the latter was with the Braves. m. :'.
Big Bill was fend of Willie Though left hand batters
seler, who was finishing his have a stride the best of it, .
reer in the New York outfield, light footed right hand '"
bounced that Wee Wllihe hitters did as well. The switch- '
would be the new pildt. A base- hitting Mantle, the Giants'
11 writer tipped Keeler to his Bobby Thomson, the Dodgers' By BEANS REARDON
pending disaster and the in- Jackle Robinson and the Sen- 24 Year n Natimna Leag
ended victim hid in Philadel- ators' Jim Busby got there lh written for NIA Servi "
All Unable to locate Keeler, 3.4. Bunting ahd In full stride,
&very and his partner, Farrell, Thomson hd a foot on the bag Question: A runner com.. ,
umed Norman Elbedeld. in. 3.3. from third base nmlasee
S-tengel hopes the opposition plate, continues on to the d
The American League record never findsU out from which out and sits down.V Thecatc b-' "
r consecutive defeat is 2o0. side of .the plate Mantle has tag "the ploat, claims theruli'r
lit among the '06 Red fox and ta ms power. n isout. Rightorwrong?--"'
Athletics of '16 and '13. The Commerce Clouter dia- Ed Gavin.
In the National League, the tributes hi1 home runs event Answer: The runner Ia't Pet.
idern mark is 19 by the Boa. waieh leans to the right be- untUil hehas been taSged l -
s of '06 and Reds of 14. The eause he faces fewer left-hand the hban e i
Ckless Boston fans of '06 had pitchers. Q.. What stands as baeaers
put up with 19-game slumps Jimmy Dykes believta every all-time single game record
each of their representatives, switch hitter has more power crowd? Robert Clark.
Ie all-time record in the Na- from one side, A. te all- himgh mwai r0
pal League Is 24, set by Cleve- "I don't care how many Istered during lS193 World
ad, with, 19 on the road, in v)Pl, yards, feat or Inches Series, when 666paid t *
L .Mantle bit, the ball right watch the ntiansand aa-veS.
The worst showing around handed, he's goitr to hurt youp blay in Clevland.
w York was the 16-game skid less tram tht side than from z. Who are the highest-paid
Brookly n '44. all on the th other." says the manager players on the New York Tan- *
id. Like the Yankees, the of the Athletic. ees? Ted Sheman. .
ants never have dropped more f mea of course, that A. Vie Rse and t R-
a 13.strabt., Mat n-k isn more danger- into 341,6.
nhey did It In '02 and again oua~n he's attng left Q Who was the first' iWB -'
year later. hnd a srie nearer first leaguerto h ai pinch hoBme Ta
be,,o. In- rl, Wor 9 ,es? Carl ,.,.
HOT HORSES 1it1 Dickey says that those A.e o Berra of the rambws
Mi.in. INa. -(=MA) -Eight excited about Mantle's quickness against the Dodgers in 1 47.
the world's nrsnine meney- In getting to first bae, where Q. Did Tris "aker ever wfa
urnfi horses raed at Hi.a- his stride measures more thin a pennant as a gijeag sz 'au i;
h a one'U oer at nother- mix feet onee he is under way, ager? Gordoniowi. -. r
atien, Btypf": Armed; As- really haven't seen anything A. Speake t C e leal ,
ilt. Whirlaway, Ponder, Oil yet. to the American League flat i r"
pits and Blat W flld. "They should time him on 102. &.
FIRST CHANOK Vie Beials. well-condiUoned PhHladelphia
veteran, won hia first WimbRedon Champlonalp unseeded Kurt
Nielsen of Denmark In straight sets in the nnals.
Giants Solid Club As Durocher
Finally Gets Spencer At Short
By MARtY GRAYSON
M A Sprts E Ior
A I- Star
ie, -..: ". y
BURBANK, Calif.. July 7 (UP)
-Lockheed Aircraft Corp. said
today it is now producing the
nation's "first production in-
terceptor to carry no guns, only
r The company said it Is re-
4 placing guns with added rock-
ets on all Starfire Jet inter-
ceptors, giving them a rocket
1 load of 48 Instead of 24.
s One rocket hit can destroy a
The announcement also said
that the planes, going to con-
tinental U.S. Air Force squa-
drons, are being built faster
S than ever before.
The Air Force meanwhile
took the wraps off Its newest
Jet baby today, the Thunder-
streak, in a spectacular sun-
rise test flight near Kansas
from the General Motors
Buick-Oldsmobile-P o n t I a e
plant, where it is to be built.
A J-65 Wright engine hurtled
the new fighter into the sky
from Fairfax Air Force Base.
I4ewsmen lumbered after the
slick aircraft in a C-47 plane.
The plan called for the C-47
to' land the newsmen at near-
by Olathe (Kan.) Naval Air Sta-
tion to witness a landing of the
Thunderstreak and talk to the
tllot, ex-Marine jet combat
fighter Tom Gillespie.
The Air Force said the Re-
public plane is a swept-wing
version of the original Thun-
derstreak in the "over 600
miles per hour" class.
The mammoth BOP plant of
General Motors, which adjoins
Fairfax Air Force Base, will be
the second location for produc-
tion of the Thunderstreak, with
the other at Republic's Farm-
Ingdale, N. Y. plant.
Eloy Alfaro Cross
Awarded To Naguib
CAIRO, Egypt. July 7 (UP) -
The International Foundation
Eloy Alfaro of Panama conferred
Its Grand Cross to President Gen.
Mohammed Naguib as reward for
his "pursuit of freedom of men
and his watchfulness over this
glorious and historic country."
Foreign Minister Fawzi and
Minister of National Guidance
Major Salah Salem were award-
ed the "Meritos Verturos" medals.
The decorations were present-
ed by the Panamanian consul
General Jos6 Guillermo Arjona,
The offices of the Supply ind
Service director have been moved
from the west wing of the Ad-
ministration Building to the sec-
ond floor east wing of the build-
No change will be made in the
pan e. Mr ..M.-ria
"'Let the people know the A and the country is --W Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, IL P. TUEDAY, JULY 7, 1H5
46 East German Cops Said
Executed For Resi.
BERLIN, June 7 (UP) The
West Berlin newspapers Tele-
graf said today the Soviets have
executed 46 people's policemen,
including 15 officers, and sen-
tenced 578 others to long Iris-
on terms for participating in
last month's revolt against
The newspaper mid Red
Army courts found the 15
officers and 21 enlisted men
guUty of mutiny and
resistance against the Soviet
Sinking Frig er
In Pusan Harbor
PUBAN" Korea, July 7 (UP) -
Forty-eght American c r e w
members of the sinking freight-
er Coinhusker Mariner aban-
doned ship in outer Pusan Har-
bor today as water poured
through gaping holes in the
Only six crew members. and
Capt. Nicholas Telesmanic of
New York City remained aboard
the 564-foot vessel to batten
down equipment and salvage
what they could.
The rest of the crew, Includ-
ing several Puerto Ricans, Alip-
p d into lifeboats sent out from
an on 25-foot waves that
tossed them around the sea like
The Cornhuskers Mariner left
Inchon Sunday with a. cargo of
grain and beer and hit the tall-
end of a typhoon last night.
Winds from the swirling storm
cast the freighter upon rocks
outside this South Korean
Three seagoing tugs from Ba-
sebo, Japan and two from near-
by CheJu-Do Island rushed to
the aid of the battered freight-
Two American Army tugboats
from Pusan lashed themselves
to the sides of the Cornhusker
Mariner in an effort to keep the
9,217-ton vessel from breaking
up on the Jagged rocks.
TNTO the making of Campbell'i Vegetable Soup goes a wide
variety of tempting, garden-fresh vegetables and just the
right amount of each. Red-ripe tomatoes, sweet golden corn,
tender peas, white and mweet potatoes, and many others-
14 in all. Each contributes its own special goodness, blends
in its own delicate flavor. All are mingled in rich, invigor-
sting beef stpck, to make Campbell's Vegetable
Soup "almost a meal in itself" I Serve this family
favorite oftenI A :
This report could not be con- Reports reaching the Weatern
firmed but the Western allied allies say the aov t. now view
officials said thousands of po- the vast majority of the Sovet
lUce joined the rebellion and sene's 18,W00%e000 e b the
tens of thousands of others re-4 same distuWt u M uaVgard
maled neutral and made no their Communist police,
Allied officials said the con- tighed teair noe it -a-
duct of the police during the tlon ban and formd alal but
uprising proved the Soviets can official contacts v l el the
not rely on their 120,000 para- Russian occupation. Mes and
military police army. Bast Germans.
Officials said Soviet distrust Allied offilas "~e .the
of the police army probably Is Soviet high mn.j at-
the reason the East German ttamng to pr their
Communist government has C300 eeupatI 're
called a halt ot Its remilitarlza- from the Germa's vot
tion campaign. which sent millOdO of go-
Western officials doubt viet money residents iato
that the Remaans, even if rebellion.
the split of Germany eontin Soviet military authorties are
use and a Wet German reported to be deporting er-
defense force~ is raised, ever man civilians on Red
will trust Bat Germans Army courts t Ruefs.
them large stoeif modern were being sent to the Soviet
turned against the Russians. formation Bura u Wett" as
Ike Set To Win 1, Lose 3
Of His Tax Program Points
WASHINGTON, July 7 (UP)
Republican leaders predict-
ed yesterday that the House
Ways and Means Committee
will start work on an excess
profits tax extension bill to-
nmrrow despite the angry pro-
tests of Chairman Daniel A.
But the leaders planned to
Ignore or postpone until next
year three other items in Pres-
idnt Xwenhower's four-point
ax program .
The three Invole social se-
cutury taxes, corporate Income
ylvies, and excise taxes.
Reed, die-hard boponeni of
the 82 per cent excess profits
tax on corporations, has called
a meeting of his committee to-
morrow to consider "general
But. GOP members are
pledged to bring up the excess
Ike Invies Both
Charles LE. Wsons
To Dinner Party
WASHINGTON, July 7 (UP)
President Elsenhower had 13
guests to dinner last night and
they could be pardoned for any
The guest list Included
ObCales Wilson, Defense se-
cretary, and Charles S. Wilson
of General Electric Co., the one-
time Defense mobilizer under
former President Truman.
Because of widespread con-
fusion over the two, they pre
sometimes called "Electric
Charley" and "Auto Charley."
There was no indication how
Mr. Elsenhower addressed them.
The White House described
the dinner as a "private, social
dinner party by the President."
It was the third of a series Mr.
Eisenhower has given. "
Other guests were:
Allen B. Kline, president of
the American Farm Bureau Fed-
eration; leohell Newsom,
master of the National range
Agriculture Seeetary 20ra T.
Benson; Side. '. -.Weinberg,
New Yorl Investment hanker:
PilbtpErai d of the
United StoWerkn (Clo) an.
Gordon Ghf, 94t of the
University f caoinas.
Arrives In IA
visit to hecalm
, -- ''*^ .-.*' .. .
pr;ofle tax extension and tht
committee could complete a-
tion on the bill in i day or
two. The tax expired June 30,
but the extension can 'tb made
retroactive to that date.
House OOP leaders ril ,-
ly planned to 's
tomm thte anlo b
Cormmit ee .
But they abaered t
ber of Reed's corler pram-
ited to bring the bill -g. the
floor despite the eha aaan's
Ie th- Republican lead-
ers were determined to rush
through the exess roflta tax
extension, they have planned
to shelve Mr. 1esenhower's re-
1.) Freezing the social se-
curity sJstem can be studied.
The rate under present law
a scheduled to upto paper
cent Jan. 1 anId eventually to
3 1-4 per cut by 1970.
2.) IndfInite extension of
present emporation income tax
rates. The present 52 per cent
rate Is schedule to drop au-
tomnaallcy to 47 per cent A-
pri, I ci unless Congress
3.) ContInuaUon of parent
dither hera m e
tending a swnv
will be he
27 tu Aug
olds and :
quoted by the Northwest' Ger- action
man radio, Man atmo
The Germans leave the Rua- ed by the
slan military Prison at Potedam bY, psto
in heavily-guarded trutsM an Tfrch al
are taken to the Potsdam ga- MMrS. ee
tion where they are lo0W o1n On ly Ho
to freight cars bound forus- sltant dli
ala, according t9 the an Therwl
musist o0 a tlon. 'tMor for
The deres havew all bn attendin
persons' convicted by Russiai thaoe wL
military courts in Germpny, the slts .wil
report add. .B* e
meanwhile strikes wea re Linda Re
ported to have cripled many m Joh
big piant, in East rIanI aS t P doe
workers demonstrated for the eam nur
release of comrades ailed in btactor
the June anti-Communist TUp. ed P I
risn Ag- spkesmas l d
35 fsof "e@t martial law 'uds
had -Gmt eruhed completely i,
the rebegleg which swept p '
the Roafta -none June 17. Thoes W
Workers in many plants tMTl hTuoam
are on strike the spokeMn iterearl
said, while others are carrying ,7400
on slowdowns, and rash of
sudden new walkout are bng
called on behalf of worker
caught In the roundup of thou-
ands of- rI.
The wor Manoue Carl Zeiss a _,
optical pmt iW Tna was re-
ported almost hut down by a
8overt odeo appeared to fix t
returned to Mormal. Be ad the
Alite longer werere ,n a3 t
re or of anti-Oma de Otot
Oe li o er. P
lhed te isb were Id- EalThae1,
bMIotra tor o stu huor -1
The nelupepw .Msid Marshal
Konstantiaw aondky. Soviet Cb
ef of he PO h armed forces,
baed de'uoe, f dt Wu i7.
a n a 4 1awe. OOe
The PBaaoGeimam e ow of- a ioT
lice hinted t1*t mt ai IW In
blody 0"lSaut m month ,
Soviet soldls llai Commun- tubInfa
..t police whSalaed off the ughteen
border were fItring Ob refugee Morm.a
Ja an efort C' check their a em 0
flight to the WestM
Camps LB A
rth annual ban
ld this year
rust I for 9 to -I 40- 1"T
from August 8 to O
ople 13 years of
nations are now beu
by Mrs. Betty JX= i
telephone 2-177 de
ccommodstaUons at 2'
id, have been arrasg
rio. with the Pm
ommisn at "La Rb- D
Americmn-style M u Sf
served at the .CMidO
ig the ocean.
irtaton to and ftaf
11 be by U8. 8 ovehl-
uth camp, which wI- I
youngsters a pleamt i%
in a cheerfuL ClM-a
sphere, will be dirt 4.
". W a &sLL
r of the Frst
t Balboa Heights
y. The Rev. and M W'
land will serve m as
ill be one adult
o will serve at
I be Ken N
y, Mrs. H6111
lmer and otheR.
n Marshall Uil the
tor and MIs
M. The svlmmA
vnd lifeguard y.
n and the bugle wl
,o WA . -,
PWas RW UI
'win .n "y n W
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