The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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


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
lcc - Newspaper
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theatres, the eld bomb that
lter W ic eM I burned ra:ged holes in clothes
racks, the screeching, speedini
black cars from which hurtled
rocks to smash huge p iate gla.s
SN ew Y o rk restaurant windows, are hapl-
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WAY ;IGEZT subtle mobster who asMotW dirt-
les his m 'nicurcd. Pands,
borrow night "Top Banana" will have over $1,50,- The litter day MacketeW has
K .the l..n'er Garden ..Ivcnne Adair has blen signed By many quieter angles which bring
& l.:ritnerstln for "Un lotrTees"...The spoofing f- him heavier coin than in the
l na to1 /l"s In e':.1 Pe r:asrm" (now in Washington) dals of the collection and pro-
?4t d v'" t ue l-p-off of over a I million to foreign aid by tc:ilon racket.
Bayton' mein. .Th-. rivoli Theater's autside wall has a Not the least of the crime
1c iat rna.n-: "Uthere the Best Films Play Their Longest crows' cperat ion is acting as
a .ts'... : ight b:-1l3w Is another saying: "Will Re Open middle men in the lacing and
can"' oliny Kay :lI intersnewers that hbl. iter E.lma is rem %al of picket This ir.ra'r .e 1 o.Miry and Einch E hore. s reit she has is ; dough In ai ll-',--'
ed :ib F.e 1 aoii nirgtt clbs, radio and record fl a7...8Slly fcr t.e removal of a little reo-
E~~3i.:Ti4je producer of "Josephint" are e g etItg a girl- ticed picket line can bring as
t i-parfb'.r e to that which prefaced the chaTI e of Vivin much as $10,000.
r;h ?Eca. ltt O'Hara...They see'< a likely 17 year-oli with Let me hasten to add that
k.t b:.c-a' hir and alat-s'er sk;n for the title rote,..Milton I do not refer here to the Ie-
:9 cad- ' v.ii sa'y marred for at least another 3ear. gitimate picket lines of a na-
|iI jct itor thirty $I:,I'0 eCILks. tional steel strike or an oil
stoppage the steetworkers oBU J1 ig"trs,
ie Crc.';i-t show on Earth" film debtfunks telegene that would kill a goon for trying
a t e..e c.: is h esick. In itS fi-st 300 dates it'madea its pro- to intride I unveiling a V tl
kinaa co i-" ri $3 000 000. It hps another 15,000 theaters to racwete that the government e was ewas awt called ovris N uIl li
7...The poodle cut is no roiely to Ingrid Eergman who wore has ust discgovernmed, several ---- calledovf*
i i "7cNr \/hom the Eel To.s" in 1943 ..It's a lad for the eas Just discovered, several
-nyLeRo..s of Paint ilour Wagon".. Bob and Nan Pscal, eaiscee too latell-roomusualed, wellrun by
Lyoutig ctirg couple iIu t wed'1 got the break of theirt.v ea The discreet, well-roomed, well
J.. ades..Hnore Journal will frtUre them In ses called: h tled goons who make the yo rces
w.r. ca L 'c" as a ,a,,- c sLruggl'ng ats. Te eltt and dy of which the ; ick- .-..c
-. my w.I p o. olv end tI*eir rug:le...Capt. Bill Magnus of e, lfte, many of h ih the
Afiy ot a hJve s,,rplre wh?,n he returned from Korea. itn..ired, at so much pe 0 RUARK
fjst short or,'V.c. wp puhllshcd in Whit Burnett's strike.
co .on while he ar. dytoldPim. Since the take on this racket
Scoile.on while he went to ar. Nobody td im is o heavy, the Intelligence a
Unit ofsthed'Treasury Depart-w N 1a3W ad ...'4
life Mov;es Are I !ke This: The MGM "1 Loe Melvi" com- t sury Depa te t Most natfoat waBeA, frtIl
iy, th 12onc.ld O'Connor and Debb'e Re.nol p, was i t; en; has eded to do what Calis re t Moa standpoint eb l a"f
na Central 1ark the o.h'r day.. .Smeeone#ertde wmas comes naturally. and l1 hm t~ first and btl4
-i o they brour:it in the r own l nlage...eMt.e It has 60 of its scaree racket ty tht Bob harge ae non- We weftm 0 'l irstat
r-:, -'sJc-s talalg 17" Mone'sy rht, rctrrns to Bree- srued agents in Eastern cities sense becaug t h Is truth and tAMM It fc. the gun eol ti COMier
'* .-13: c*rs eof cHoll.od ..Jo.h Logen thi-sts Eie Gor- .grhertrg Information on recent And when the P enn says thatw gild- and the potentattal tirl,, mAa n the -
She i -eat in "WiEh Yon Were Here"...Her father IS the strikes from Fc'--al. Atate ard ing the "best, Int0ed of the oce pense of UWltimtetR
*:rr rh "The Ehrike" and her mother is the wardrobe losal labor and industrial di- Intheworld he ijutS llghtOl- The atore tMd at dt l. cohali
rsf ttfe Circus...Ty Pouer is rated at his Very Best i& the viliors., be the boys have been teBlfl hltM wtio u ae pleotd eatle, and i te oely with
ilertDiploma.c Courier" .."Outcast of the Isleti3",o These sharp-eyed vmmlners, a things. the ultimate In spe1d :l sacrflcll
et 'e* biz at the Fine Arts Th ntre than at the little known section of the T- The fact is that we have had ftg Wt two weight of election n rtd for maneuver-
Shere it is bel,'g "r.n.'e'".. Jern Arthur, w1y-,t men, aren't seeking erudition in years, a great deal o(trouble putting' t.tlanes ability a1t 1 seed.
e or efra million to sct.'e h-!r Paramount coatta't. labor they Just want to know together. In this country 6tr m9 hl&'t ldr ind*-
r q e r tof "ut rn. I.r cal's :'ay abroad ...Marthf exac,ly when certain strikes A plane with no guns is no plane, t Instance. trial expanlion has lent fI tbte of the brag-
|4 hi 7 : lr talIc ails, wont f115. Scared of planes. ended and when the picket lines for mllitsar purposes. You can own a- aton of gles, which is to say that at ng *e do has got
r vdisspneared them and they aren't any good unlef triey are to be the beat a Well as i th prevalent.
Y i- go m~n'-crputt er O O realce n rThenetheenll go- -i^ra c armed and manned and in the air. It Is a tInI actually, a hstle up tl
Tgeh n walcg rcut tagethera one-parformanceereentl egon the ksme fancyhjet bom Which mt but ee tin m hustle
-et c'Y' c) to parade tie talent of youngst +in various_ yavo -,to th book ,, ar n yabe becasoe ofncyeta whi ch mo s ofterthingn gl'yW s unma
y sho', s. Only bit players and chorus 6 pe were Ii- the manufacturers, a nd wS omeqmare not Teflyable beeae ofcertaino oaeagrVnu=
They made such a good impression the l. brlnt a stores, to trace unexplained equipment. T W e Me oe aum, r, but TI dor
sical titled: "Talent '52"...Kay Thomthel tbe sums spent at those moments. Intricate foul-u in contract alotmet, and not think we make the best
lads got exciting reviews on their first nce at f the bookkeeping Item en- conflicting Inte est. both politically ad econo- We haV ben topped 14 and tanks and
tLatin Casino...". President" the new bok about Mt. tered by the combination mically. have made a torturous job ot of what a onl
a-'s personal papers, may wind up as a teeVy aeiios using switchboard gal-receptionsat-ae t hold be a sin plet one. *It n re n ectton of .e do not a- at i beat cloths or
S1 newsreel clip .Midtown movie housOa are be~g count is for some vague "enter- divided opinion and divided technqueof m or wine e wh
Stsacn-a-era ho chcot at patrons with toy platols tstirment," the T-men will ask facturi that was as evident In or War I. lA o h to. we isk. i
M !61... et pnusic ptles ar SI nt fromi just homit It k t5,000 or o1 in FWar o rIN WarMa
.whobl 5G1 ", e that o no
Malt.z.. eit prefers e on lea sor* e-...
-6get thma e ItspKar Sherry Britton. T-reastiry De ent to e 0in aal
know what liat out.
s My e?" a dilly on teevy and a dully on radio. went .to pay other lads have been 8t0 nout
r s eremrd to ashe&iftsl in when depriveil of the camet'es picket line by som sna th .I do kW Is th we did not consistent- ut techniques for quite and may
l ball games on Channe 7 are a novelty. The ladies are cal union. And to'wbhoin t thebIn air in the o pretty w9lone tU4htdo.
I y catell 4pop-files In their dimples...Add Show* pelg .. We put b eut not the rbegh.
X.Times movie sentinel reted:y handsome nert. attthe In rerd to the IAir
ay named Kerimabings forth a potent suggestion of wil t)e to look go the k ad t St o e and layty il! a lu t
c-.dity." lie m ieans she's sexy...Nob asO th .t- socmt record oeWn a ma ndtead us "a isan -,e1 ".
an match John Daly's poise and self -assurance. Never cure chap who do the
hegA planedfmies whenIt 90 6W andManned
te Outcasts of Poker Fiat" film feetatre a kiet If t" folding stu), stere wa anse. o the Me A pla fies h and mnune,
a? iposttute...All i ^n the nme of e timtSHt... reported te rap hlr be It was thapit, NA the eUrly Zfe #W not before. o r
'ea that Deal and Lucille "live an unpretentious life" for come tax ealtton. t Hk for taet. I vehture to differ a bit his
Sthat they have a 5-are-ranch whh 1 aNow' there are those who my AStation expert playing the other naltt ugpeh to his old Ary
I L ous a etZ2,00 nurrery for thelr hetlr ...o h ntde- at t1is reflects #dly .po i '4 f-ldent truth. s that a plane is t051 We haven't got the .j.. id we
can you get?...Talk about Inflaton: The Chambord, and tat it should e tang tyng weapon. .. n't got the best, an
tr cafeteria, lists a $1.55 dinner. Bremadnl # are extra the Inner saGct urn, tTs a fighter it IM M itg gun; If It Is a Al* Force something that s off
S In a word good enokh L tbomber it is a flying bll-. war.
abbat the Hollywood Juriked its formula-fable for Oeni. McAuliffe NutAl .
aeeLng vith the Armed Servlces: 'Tough Barge, 7lp I prefer the publicly epBil
ane Ply Nurse. Ho-hmnam... The British filp cHl entimefer athe public hiEexpr
"com= plishes something which eluded Movitown., A f,'end of m o. Alilo'xAer- lo e.m
anti-Led er... Have a delightful recording Of a iel non the Pat ,Ei A how er D ilem m
J 2h toys with "Delicado"...The word-mongerings of the J "lry and .Iovelty W a
Se:e:s on their will never replace the old-fashioned ryc B tuf 'n
.Why do the U amebaM Jreporters read the scores while the I0 wht wbo ld t his coaventen -
arelocused t 6 the scoreboard? Some of us are able to Othe I ner day: -
ztinib arithmetic, honest... If you're in the market for he Increasein infitratin
asre Mpeddling them wholesale on the Mutual series of characters who are tnterest-. ABIL Kansas ta she rd, white and blue the he lakes it or not and it b1
SAdventures of CatRanova." It wastes Errol Plynn ed in tuning over a foot bmuk bVtt comes down e the treats of Abilut win. He will be O
intreet" azz operas know the secret of entertain- the r mveent part c to r i d on on e
Ingll.--tppy scriptlng...Whatever hal"pened te the. i" el of the growing' de-. aow DAYM a I obvlIm s jlmd will thus depend ad
S tW rett eli ngI all phases of c Uar R ,isen ea most ofp- It May be worth
nOessk vealstlc sketch of Hollywood, (in the ilt're thpreseveo Pb in e hinldaa e aneina swi Which tookplace wuesd 5
r) offers a rrfrezhing, relief from the S ianvon- Zlnce the only cultureyh Wult candidate. Sothe weeks Isocomehow ansaCity airport, w
U ,ah to deal with thel which oMfronJ Uare-his trst lan g
Who datlmated bottles and dancing Onceat ,oes kn.-w eomes In pearls him?' Ibolis Man clothes.n'-I
hag m ve-examplles of eommerharshil seem ted- their dolls, it seems to me The nature of this daiaims Is cleat. wa met, not by the mill
.. estilm orecastng on" t y t the desire of certain laber mt Eenhower is to o remm Sred t, he mhu* to wch he has been accusto
gL ditpla' L'ntdlcate mep and eW. e'es to hush up this. comes fir win te votes of f deleates to e Repa. dliod1ily mob of poticiins to report whether it will in with-Ill perre especially aince cn Natn al COveninm. He must t win te ue of these, a taI 1 man with
reviewers covering the Palace The tib t re"E ari little uvas ke Al.k v ral s c.0,000 Ameicns, or wha ie um- rushed up to ienhewer,
in La postscript. That's Gke e ~sg .- r all wfllti;n to take on the bet Will constitute a ma=4rity at the polls next nor," ana put his arm around
I e lnter lsatens...Genlus is what Q eyr 1. He tothlr: Bluntly he told his Noember. UUI turned instant to
g attg4, C, reets and writes the peiture most of the. ti. executive board to m-ke "cor-, ,t play a mirthless and
h A mints.. .Most of the pep!e osing the afi(wrs ,( *'. rum',m "nd r'tillhn"sty an auto- The difference between 604 and 28,006.000 is aSqueradtng as a smile.
"'er*'"-l'o ifr lbel have refused to appear r omadn.' Mi.t dl.'qu1ifi-'*'1n- for nTry moo thal mathematical.
trial. or nrganuzuton seeking The majority of American voters do not nee-k -' U'a at precdlply his mamawt
-----,. ...i. .' ri." essariely harbor the same political options and d It this reporter,. that Iasenhelwl B
trie in T y: Randy Merriman, enicee, o "The MitrdEr, Inc., .has become Iru5 w 404 profeaonalp poll- had left his five s behma
Swas a spot pnouncer on a Minneapolis station 6 Arr#ance, Inc. Reoenfly. one tiiewg mi ta sint t ea im vof tdtvMetae eIotlo
1gor. 8t2rtlng atne 22 be will Chief an hour-long ahow ,tb ,e. a r" ', laon's labor In. a tvot since 198 have the aacor.ty o at ev1rftI s am lymlltMf -
1 ou b._ ookuip...ToRnj BVaart f "Paint Tonr: eblefal ~ <" one of his lees- A Insa voted for Candidate chu II the M this moment of
4T *a aeeree any e.mtion a .twiee-weeklry er of ficE"l and told htes to m l .,tia, thde ..e mepah* iome ght have mindte a
.Jefi Cler and Universal es atee trading e a ,s up or get out. The venah. his new part. -. .* ..

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-MS #'low oaote: en _lt' weer a mInl Pnd speculates on the at party eMnventions. ore in In Man Wh la rrwloihs reBy
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b New 1rter Mrs Rdr Arundell;
t the CanI rar. Rl- 'rd sBa',** elen E ^t
taretic .-an, a brand Barr; I. Robert I :rqer and 5 4
h rl rived in Crtto- two clld:en; Querid M. Ber-,
efdaBy on a maid- er; Mrs. Ruth W. EUtch and
S t the Canal. daughter; Mr. and Mrs. -Clinton
as measuitd by the Ad- N. Bohannon and two children; .-
n risobal since this Kathryn.e F Brewer; Mr. and
her first voyage, and tran- Mrs. 0. L. Brinkman and son:
late last night bound for David Btesh; Qeorge L. Chapel:; .
aquil. Mr. Leslie B. Clarke and son;
ith a 40-man crew. the An- Miss Jean Creek: Mr. and Mrs.
q Ocean Is bound for Ham- J. A. Cunningham and three
G ermany with a cargo of children; Mrs. Bernice B. Col-
Fentaf and Company by; Mrs. Frances 0. Dawson and
Agents -for the ship. son; Rote.rt E. Dolan; and Dan- "
lel J. Dwrnang.
mamas ti flail T/8~41 W baterling;
from Cristobal Mrs. I* b.Eutenk.l ut ^Mr. and
in Robert M4 Peacher, Mrs. W. G. F&rrell and two
Director and Mrs. Peach- sons; CL. ,ewis H. rerro, Mrs.
among the 180 passengers Melba a. NOtnd *o-; Dr. A. E
ed to sail for the States Gerrana*.-M Patricia B Gott
w morning from Cristo- and soft; JpnieL.. E. Harrell;
rd the Panama liner, 88 Charles Harrington; John G. '
Panama. Harrington: Alcide R Hauser
Captain Peacher completed a and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. A.
two-year tour of duty with thelB. Hendricks and two daugh- '
Canal last month. He is to be ters; Mr. and Mrs. Harland V.
on duty temporarily in New;Howard: Patncia Ruth Howard;
S '.York before his retirement from Mr. and-Mrs. 4.,C. Humphries;
V hIt united States Navy at the Mrs. AtnelUa Hutehings; Mr.
t 40of this month. and Mrs. .J. 8. Hearne and
V The complete list of passengers I three children; Mr. and Mrs.
sailing tomorrow on the 88 Pa-!Earl C. Keeney and two sons; f- "
S nama follows: Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Keep- a. e s
-- ers and three children; and Dan- o'.4, amew,
Sel R. Klotz. o ..
SMr. and Mrs. John H. Leach "Mother, wl you watch traffic Mlm* c-a s tlo
I 4m ratlbn BINl and two daughters; MIss' a ma- If we have a Tew ao3eP "
Sra de Leon; Albert Lindo; Mr.
1 Cr e and Mrs. Arthur H. Long; Cpl.
Sen F rom Congres Louis Juliano Louis; Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Spencer; Mr. and Westover; Mr. and Mrs. Jo. H.
U L .. Mrs. J. D. MacLean and son; Mrs. B. W. Stephenson and White and mon; Lt. Col. and
:U HToaUm e Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Mc- step-daughter; Mrs Edith N. Mrs Jafcob Wise; Mts. JZea
IV 1M10 Namee and four children; Miss Stiebrita and two daughters; nie Woletk and daughter- and
Margaret McPherson; Mr. and Harry A. Tone; and Mrs. Esther Dr. f estave-.- erMe
WASHINGTON. June 12 iUP) Mrs. Carl F. Maedl and two V. Swift and daughter, and three children.
-The Senate completed Con- children; Mr. and Mrs. James
gressional aci.on on a compro- G. Maguire; Mrs. Rose Mar- Mr. and Mrs Wm.,N. Taylor
S mire immigration bill yesterday quard and daughter; Mr. and and three children; Gustavo
and sent it to President Tru- Mrs. Gep. E. Matthew; Dr. and Trius; Miss Maria Isabel Uribe; MAVY HITTER
man and a possible veto. Mrs. Daniel Miner: Mrs Flo- Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Walker .1a1lr-- runs-
whi:h would modify the nation's Jr.; Garland A. Orr: and Mr. Weir; Omrge Welsh; Mr. nd
r T n tmiararlon laws for the first and Mrs. J. D. Osborn and four Mrs. Oscar H. Wenborne and who "f 9 ,rs2
S' t.Mne in its history., wa passed children. tw chilren Shern Lewiei e l
S by o ce vote with onl a few ap and Mrs. Robert M. two children; Sherman Lee w e with e Chcq Cub
sean: -rs on the floor The House Pacher; Mrs. Ruth Polite; Miss _.-_______ _=
app- ed the measure Tuesday. Marjorie R. Price. Eow. Thomas
A Senare-Hou. e conference Rathgeber; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. J.l U TIT
po T'.ee worked out the com-Reccia and two children; Mr.
d :. u maicn reoes dh b-ate and Mrs. John E Ridge: James: U ITED FRUIT 15
S- -a Senare and Hvous.e ver- Leslie Rinehart. Mrs. Rose M. -. .
S p. a Senate and House ver- Rouleau: Mrs. Helen L. Russell; Great r hit t t e
s A 'nents of tht legislation Mrs. Ron. P de Salas; Miss Ro-
So o,& ios.-,n opposition to1sita A Sfia; Mr. and Mrs. L. AMiVe
re "t o ,,k.,.B. Sartain and daughter; Mrs. New Oreans Service Crist
.* ai.I aiey hope Presid- Alfred P. Shirley; WOJB and--,
V en .umnan ve'oes the bil and iS.S. Ch i r ....................................June 15
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urth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 #3 Lottery a Phonie -41N ", treet cornr' t t.

h,oi.h Sevce eWlee Aiefehll AgStSa. ee Vaile offers levi ates for sumlgo S4"
LE;-A teo-pee sectional Gersonnlt Enplo 20- A C. V catl.
mall to hist-PHILLIPS. Olegg ainideCottages.
S. one arm char and n COt Inst on CRUISE through the C fno to h Psto-'1

,or r erarc. Over 3 year guarantee ACoNCY DINLINGER ree2wonderful d. sJue 2. a rbcue la rshf rd Pam CHLORDANE ei
r -3359 Frcal Porte and Primitive S em only court Fsrita clato withde .hL. 0,,e r a

636 per mon etter ee day. Do. r ne any pin M u- s P CV O ijf*
OR LE -OeWhen you finance you Rctge- Bck-Cr Dler urelfew Bias Islands on the tney, wet! Ty- aoe to fft YOUR ind1coige. i F.NOVEY I1NC. -
6. ator WEet. e tngh ou e or used car. foot diesel launch "Pe-doro." to beach, #4 %Gsl refrigi ereo ~ a w w r ll

Ldre .wng ,oble Wih ench o e orn stedr. Three wonderful days (June 20,aretc. Phone 4-557 d bar. 4230 evrd.Ponl i 1te il .ott were ht t? 4,
an;7800 miles.. & u eSoeo deal- 1d2 formmonly coiled Goored amGro3-177lch' Sanrgaritar b3ch. L Of ttl
nO LE -We rghoue refger- Tvol Cro n, Pnm Tel. 2- M n C w be held t cott.ce bo. EChctrld's Ice boes. 4 At bile iowt" th
cand maoress play pen arnd Phene 1.4984 3-4985 b Hotel El Ponami. For more de- x moder tN 435 E l '4ats. VENETIA N u s ste p i i i

rie G E Tabld Radio. tails reservation is now open for Juntravel Williams', l sW Nva Beach .5t i %d tbO Killer In Real91) AimyC el ? n riniu
isOR SLE-Waighoue refr.ger-a FOR SALE:-1951 M. G. Sporseater,. "agen or cll Jungle Jim, Panama RRO CAMPANA-Enjoy a cool Tl rtAl n
S tor 25-cycle Stemmed glass-9 c. f orlon cream, ths car almost ne rem n clo d from June 28th que l comfortabl inexpensive th
th ghout. 1419-A. Carr b-pla pen bar n for 1,25000. Cn September 3rd 1952, for Rockg end. Seeps nne; ga s l ghtbo 3050. e for our r
636co nao. per month. Better br nnced today. Do you dlneed Any one havyping work nu- ove nd rrigertor. 1-2 ou garden.

bo B ick-Chevrok etimeendmoneyxpert Tailored to fit YOUR individi F. NOVEYRS. NC, l f poI I l m r

WJST SALE -4 PC. bombooesetd R no Sye.fo2 At youru .Rlh Aeny-d of m.- FRU hEN IS: P.n m .i ... ib t n" ,
Che ca nighrvd taordrobe. boany FORSALE:9 Lincoln cFordor. aph work in colors e block 3 ts Pala.- 1. 1-o3-14 f thi a
d nabi w be h -ne block Hydr-ti rdio, hter COTILLIONS: Asure the 'Teen- swimming pool lyhouse, her. t
e with "ch. C un rcosted suatcovers. spotlght, receiving the best in dance etc. Phone*4-557 days,, 4-230 ev071 '"

is -r u c k C hktEer o lt Gd, do o t c o n ders s p o t l i g h t .n o n h iio f *e l I A l l a h e k t I t
.- winshied washes. b ck up eight instruction and training in the at-ings. or Curundu 561anytime. A ntto cn-e
7 7800 miles...Dodge C DeSateodeal-I etudes commonly called Good Gramlich's Santo Clara beethU 'L U X N eXt of the
OR S e houe refger- .rvo o g.PanamaTel.2- Man s." Clsse will be held at d .
ose n"es Can be fPnan- EPaname" b einnl June. Re- sovesN m etrihe. Teie r ortotlr toot
otorpoe t c t.G E T a rle -. cgd Res e straion is now openO for Junior mie aI t Tlle, el to a 0
T.P Record ploaer. $60oe.u 2d For elepour cr:e 87-7195 r day or i and Senor High Sch oolStudents.. 2- Shi mvin y e t
A 1 singf bedf.l-'c:use 8020-D. Mar- face vehicle registration card hold-Ai instruction taught by Liona1 Casino Santa Clara. Dance music by BLINDS tI S for ItUOC -
Sh er, COLON MOTORS 6 pInc. ,Dodge- oSears. For inform s.on call Panam Csino Aces. No reservations no- mm M hard I ai

i PhoneL ct ^ don. R I ars. FOR E NT 1 saa r^ L ilaPaam [mama"iWt 'hefu
SW/S/W tires. O 28-A, Frangapp- PANAMA AAL COMPANY2a
l_ -. DeSoto. Panama Col426on. 3- 1565. cessarI Saturday and u nda. p ti 'w l i
OR SLE-Weringhoue refrer- FOR SALE:- 1951 M. G. Sports car. "LA FOI TRAIIA SOSA" I CRRO CAMPANA.--Enjoy a coal, ton"
ghout.onrc$c -p pn real b tiarg alf ostn2A W. Cna unti V S epe mber Ard 1 for re-j.outer upl ast to

rcing avilotle. c 9cu.f formm n and in section contact FOR. RENT: In Bella Visto. ivw pu- Is. -u a *' da a ,T
10 y p en SALE:-1950 Bbarga for $1.25000.Super S C hief, Area Snieptem o, Aco, elrd 1952 fore- ce end.u Seeps nine; gas lights. 2r cur f NElld to ( -
conton. 10. la pe dan be Don ncires, n mode hong.e 2246Any or Gne having work stove and refrigerator. 1 -269 nehour inylepi Three .t t h"S a ght tt .
H e 8 -D. re Stree Bal- covers. Conventonal shft, low pending pl ease call for it before date 43rdom Panama City. Callnal Cuundu p, "

1o1e S PAhoe -2-'1020 5 to 7 ". 3-"0783 .^ fSdf rFOR RybENT-ao m,,, E.M ,tpons the,.1. hot FOR STLEALE --4FB. boukbosSuper. 2 MIMORAPH WORKAl h V will beextend.otar fhinl uureant
w door Rivera, no Oynaflow. Io' Atour service in any-kind of- FORRENT s:. panami Willi1 a .tibl. nt by." .P
IChi e carved wardrobebos mileage. For information call Bat- mcoqraph work in colors orblack 37'Zmuela, tna mA be. ,_2Mi.Heita d k _actson..b tfl Tibs iji

UTSALE bamboo ?. donRiviea. n a. l fo SuperIntendent of Storerous.n lwIN S PanamA TWhinw t4m atbe b ie Pilti? @It Wem Ceete.
I gov woion Offered e large t boa. 2-4437 and whie. H StNo. 2. 1 Ask for R- C. and o. eW .lA
,080 Plank St and GcEIan Rd _Tln46lncommona nethie-IV
a a. POSITION OFOR SALE:-1 aon stake-body mOrn Tel. 2-4763. 'FOR RENT: Ft ished home 't udb timtdi bed ma
8 :" o a" I." A1r0a n o n h i g a y el f' e .1 t h at. o u t n o ta
-truck, Chevroiet. Gdod condition. -Ar"aitln. r on igoawey. Te. b bo ,.e o ftri nt clrk .a dt..
Apply 6037 1 Rainbow City. d h Westward faprm, m urmiles f eim &U 8no4719 80. Uohnournotg eaIM 'oreh

nORrphy to it in office. Phe tomato, c225.00 Bargn t $100.- ). drawer. ti
g iahw., 60 cycle exolon. ellen FO00.R SALE: Latebb 1949 Pontie FOUND Iat. th2 MOt i, S

WANTED: Experienced buty P C anteroom l....
otion Reonable prce. 5-296. Convedible, bla ck. w/a/w tires, Rth e Fmonths, with whFURNITIte paws and e he t f h ale
Phone 87-223'ot lights .e, her -72a.e. 10E77 at Cocols End "1 wL mark under neck. Child e bt- ittI wth
00--' ..cllent condition. Phone 4-402, HOUSt lE SaE REiTr113 Aumnts O 1e E AN tebt leuaon, e the
may ho all dam Friday end ',-- ow lIv diuM and Vinni -e nieWith
.wE REPAIRPumb ingitue smficeofur pd a"ereo ot affected by-nTWNa r.x.
Saurda n -e'eelqg a 211s III-A WE RPI ALHAMURA AV$ AARTMENS sMb am
COOK nd Maid needed, to live In. 19 weur place when they will be opened Iun We Al l bth Nw and ar L llwi "

iSCheSroleta Very good salary. Recommend. public. Fori oh Pedpo with ful ReNaiWeted Pan. Th@ Auest wg t4lb a rt 'mSI_.n, lalg Msk
S5Spca tion- eWar. 49th St No. 17. pgarticulers mey be cured I.n the Mls 41 A.ateeMe C In-Wat.ottIu t stii g to '10 t
FOR SALE-maiudson 748 Commodore MaiMPAvioA 4Su &i$ CpLnStoMe- offtce 061n,%slf;a t. toa11
K 4S sfeeT.t-iCeel-02i&SAEToul.d'h- tte "... hiet.
; ....four-door sedan; excellent condi- ORIA S. A. P o n3-511C, uf lieOIM. tep Colalfi ll b to e pelw-irfb'
oi. Jus1. I Ir t Clew ,^ "c ";
lion; fve new trees; radio; acces- Aroe hunad PuppiAve. and 29M St. East.W illbt t0e wt -h .
Sok 33.000 miles Can beF ore fina' 57- caco St.or pri 2. worth o tf1 irW-onoft Iof 3IL -.

F SA De L atg HousF E m u emeu232piA. ContractorNTe' Aru p 5ite9. A uLriortot? ehfa SWi 87-7195 during day; or Innerspring couch double bd size, cheloer or childless ml. Yel. i-1 Shippingl, m oving, ab Unthnai.ts

8 4-90 after "'*p when opened. m A.w ^ itggisaj 155 3- Shipp nresg, ph il m
Calaba FORhSALE F St., ALE Gaflan PeefA.

F SALE:-FIrnsI ..ori t 5 nd V t A.Ar.eak-a create of .VS -
rid. IPerfect c dition. Radio, o '.. FOW 1, T 2
W/S/W tires. 0428-A, Frangipa- PA NAMA CANAL COMPANY
a. a. K. Ancon, 2-4263. ,42V OIL TA0KS FOR SALE coRoo v.- ms ,S
SFO R SALE:-Nash 600-F o Sealed bids will be received unt*l F R oU I U1,m u--vat:s
10:0 A. M., June 19, 19oor60 cycle2for 2 iR peEe .-th -CltfprsheNavy l. Ye. r
donradio, seat cves. ow Rectngulo Oi Tnks nd Cy i with private ba throo s ao en. --s. ....

l fRettag HaPO 25TCyclesaYand 3te bl3k jf I Coa No. 13. RId he ySg p J "e'2
league. good tires, Tel. 2-1281. drlcal Oil Tanks located at Panama trance. Kitchen prIvilege. 43rd St. CANAL ZONE G .IFERS I M- Va l g. .
OTavrnilla St. $P7 H.P.MBalboa. oFinan-"M A r-3 a.. 1lt

dn -- W/W Dayton tires, new phone 2-2463. or General Operatora vleges Mexico Avenue 69 near .Wo t5Ine0e 05in5W 5Th ins bali up thallee.d I" wjj, -a.tis.

dam- mr Vy gDayond tires.m eI69 ea4110up
eat covers. Convent,onal shift, low at Dispsasl Area. telephone Pam aro, 43rd St..Phone 3-0 0553hr piq.whlttoday, for i.
mileage. Phone 2-1020. to 7 p. 3-0783. lid forms may be-obtainesdit_ ', tIateh9j I "@i

lish speaking young girl with ink hgitable combination ro, -ce i N cis3o.ATelveue 81,42 ,M, t ot-clerk, .t
knowledge of bookkeeping and st e andphonograph..t 12 1 h spotol. ow.i da r(AutomobileM
-#Ah nography to aSist. In office. Phone M $225.00.. Bargain at $100.-o w
operator to work in Fort Clayton PANM A STRUCTUANAII CFO MA LY monsT:sBlack wfitlhe'wkiten.- xa 'elevator vper- m t-u"
Phone 87-2231.oi',. .- .'.t te hr biCododer" 411 4 emarknunderreck.Child's f -.elituwo'.

Help Wanted IPeittendent of Storehouses at Sal- Rousseau. C. Z. or Phone 3308. inM ma r OF ing 24 RAnm dNm"
epboa until 10.30 A. M., .June 24, 17-3,2-1DINJewelsa"Mef -f
COOK and Maid needed, to live In. 1952. when they will be opened In We dles in "a Nw and car.lSAe- m1.WIt.

5WMMi C end the Housing 'Manager at.ll.34 ."
area. Must sleep In, must have re- It
M90 Ohets ferences. Telephone 3-4021. FORdHeights.031 "h'-? 0M, a tto -
us Be~ge cook with rehetwonces; to 1 'In.- ei 1573-A. Cacaco St. or call 2- 'w Oirth of
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]i*owq that put t!'e !'ad Sox into a virtual first 2rookly. .. ... 13 .729E
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r .e tic with the Yan.aces. < ,Jeaol ..... ... .3 ~ 201la ws k f m bnt tr
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The R. Sox are now 12 per-' The Piates again downed the.( einnati.. .. ..4 2 7 .471 ans
cr.,-P ,crin't behind the Yan- laves 5-0 when Murry Dickson filadelphla .... 19 I 8 .4#04 0 6 Stmia an a i
kbk-s ,,i. Iue t pace with a 7-2 ,,.,t fve-attber while Ous ,,ton .. ... .. 19 B9 .396, W
win o-", the Ti ers in an after- Bell ani Ralph Kiner supplied I'lttsburgh...... 14 40 .259 __e 0t
r-. ..:ne v wli the Sonpto rs a.ta ho. ers. ths th In onne t ,. aro uld, a t
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a' n '"'h a 1-0 victor'. I The Cardinals topped the TODAY'S G4MES A .* -b nh leU 1 1l11 Slt ah rom the skhai
oe Ain I'Cs cnie i the WhIl p odg ,s in the tenth inng for Boston at Pitt, buranh. the 0, e ea imV. Noha the w t boleS
F- o ,.' --ame winning streak ".' s. ,3 I strals.hL ni ht. win- New Vark at Cine inati tee, t. Ie thot
w h a 5-3 triumph. ...ig, -2 when Del Rice singled Philadellphf at Chicago. t letWt shat r gt
ioc .0 *' decidinW run off loser Brook'yn at St. Louis. e ~ th? fishyou're twl-
In thF NatIonal Lea 0ui th1 ...11 Locr. Birl le *me t2>)rnat ke(9 Oan1
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Fr ''. O-~ f r in behind v. 1 The D,.igers. whose first place iW. -o tDA 'S RESULTS aor secw d eaI \ t
a thre-- r!n in the 0vI th 0lt .fI;,n was redu en n to four (N1ght Game) t I. O Btter-the v er
wh'-'h cb. T.- ,z hit a 2 renies o'."r the eegond place Gl- Boston 000 00"(00-0 5 1 -t the erHie h of w f-led by p
run I r to in a 3-2 dec'r- 'r n:s. P. p only four h s off Pittsou,.:n 001 10300x-5 5 2 aIo 2Et bl .%11
o 1 n cr' four-hi ..' e ,dinal rooki's--Wilmer SIrko-t (3-5), Colk 18 and F o ne, a S.l0ghtla 1 1'h 1d to a Ck
A-1',1. lrldie Yuhas and winner Claire; Dickson (4-81 and Gara- btt tig a,. ghtl I would turnhtoa
,.illad Schmidt. glola. FitzgeralA t7 HR-Kmn, (NEA Telephoto) lil $ls. o
Sauer Power 10th, Bell 4th. RUBBED OUT Yankees' Mikey Mantle slides as he's forced ibhe vhoe--ad. l3.e.
Hank Rauer was the whole at third on Hank Bauer's at ed sacrIfice bunt in the fre t plae. olhin, tarpon,
r dph; AR R 0 0 PO fo r tw he lastend fty Cin New Yorik 0000 0-3 7 0 frame ofthe opema game f e St. Louis-New York double. -- ----d- e~0, dyflshhavemore
-o vt, 5 0 0 2 0 ; cri.n i thi 'e homers In n ,nn. t.i 00 00000-2 4 header on Sundai. Brownie t baseman Jimmy Dyck gets Oa. Bniq rput.on ano erial dis-
V f .5 0 2 0 0 0one a9nr. to gir v trP Culos a 3-2 I- .arn (6-11 and WesTlum: th ball in time from hurein ng y Byrne. Yanks garnered p l weOld leave the tim
F 1o 2 0 Pon v ametieriow..kL (5-3 Church i, only two hits, but were victors, 5-2. as a result of five erro La f wisht *l st*Andin onds
*l ece r ... > 0 ? 7 0 0 .;,n ov'., Iie ,i., by the lBrwns. 110 Ch Is the way bone-
li-. 0. If 4 0 2 2 10 0 -i YE4TERDAT S ROSULTS fish flhiB fo nd.
Lolrk' 'b 4 I C 0 1 O n Rj 1Nuxhall 11 and Seminick. How- A l Actan y bonefishih protnpt-
I W Oeague C LG .....en0 I l-e fue
RP.20 0 1 3 3 0amboa Pool To Beel (61, Rosl 191. HR-Marshall iM W a L gu tS iwr-
Frn'.n in .2 01 8 1 0 4Lh, Thomson 8t-h. 3 rd iRewardem oaniing aofnmatheirat-
,,p w 0 ,0 0t 33rd Re sa]3ed For W lllllge o"di. s fni tou Ar" o their
0 0 ClosedNxt Tu y (Night Game-Ten Innings)l eo that a good
So 0 0 0 ,ooklyn .......... 2' s STANDINGS1ewo
1' 1: '2 9 4 8 0' amba swihmin n Poolwill be .... S t L 3 Ft.Kobbe Atlhletcle Events1 -,, to
-!osed ill day Tuer.-ira. June 17. Plhlldel phia 0o0010C.001--2 9 0 _.4o. uT EAM-b Won Lost t .'Of5 t meto hspoasrt waknn
Chicago~' Itn -.. "Po4 E "oor clearing. it war t eIrif.g 0100O0 0l 9 0 "r Balboa.. .... 5 1 as before the 1900, l.but the
BChicago-- A Rha E r l t announced Chictgo 010 0010lx-3 8 2 7 Coor .1 C 00, bur
Mil.' A 4 1 3 4 t. 'odav bi/ the Phsieal Education ...ios (-2) and Burg.ess; FORT IOBBE, C Z,-Comm afternoon here and enjoy tRh rt l ...... 7 palm e e took u t
* Fondv. ir, 4 6 0 1 r id Recreation Branch. tin 1-2), Leonard 91 a'ndnicatlia Platoo of 33d Ini nt' aow.' f' .... 4 a lm sae to
Serena0 0 1 0 esa HR-auer 1th, 17th, ry Regiiental headquarters The Frt Kobbe Combo, wi io .... 2 4 ". tmeear Miami covnered tA
Cee n o.. 4 1e f0o 5 6 w t h e r e b oo.. !.5l]
Sauer. 1 4 3 3 4 1 0' The w rk will be done by the, 18th. Coman won the right to m Sergeant First Clas omer B-r .. I 5 h a i o t
________ re wn tllh eorat rio ande tk n t eant Privtitls Ge Yor e r a ae no w t tea l etate oTh
Prom' 3 P 0 9 1 0 'lunicip-i Division forces. and it Se o ond take ae, Prnvates Gesorge; etk|in BoAssetnoeto
H ermans r 4 0 2 1 0 0 's expected that it will be corn- places on the chow lines for o~beAmith, Roy Chambers, kudy i Camp operators, but to the flab.h
-Jfforo-,s t 4 (. 1 2 0 0 leteod in time to hane he pooAm week, after domiatng the Gautro and Albert Kaatlau, sup- EXT GAMES 1 Ig world In general. It it werb
m P (le', 1s .B( 0 3 0 reopen d- on neregulreh du d letie events at the gah v R i lied those music. ivates Bob n't tat U t pole work 0 *. donf
Lown.r .2 if 0n 0 0 .ne follinGdaY mental eadousrters ComanyDolan a.d Tony LeFrance pro- T rqdAy: Spur Colav Agen he bra keol b i-we
Leonard n 0 0 0 0 ----TEAMS- Won Lost Pet. oartv, Jine 7, at Fort Kobbe vided the vocals, singing one re- clea i. t s. wouM years behind.
i 1 8 27 12 2 Fight Results New York ... 27 1 .600 beae Private Thomas Kawamu- quest afte r another tiday: Optica S vs. Speelal a r. Bunefde nerva credit
tI.'dl A In t rI Boson 30 21 .5ra,of Communicat Inns, was te The. Cor.pany also oined Pr- fsh.a
aV. .d sor ed .. f o h. ol,,,,u ,,yCleveland ..... 30 .22 .577 indivtdi'u high scorer, winning vate Kenneth Slaven around the : alboa vs. A*63a Re
1 ,;-.d scored for Nicholson TUESDAY N Washington......24 23 .51s among other prizes, a-tbree-day iano to .ertder old-time favor-,..%he cently wro
In h. -lae ... 10 pass. te. Corporals Luther es, Jo-' short nt
r r ni la 00 0 0.01-2-: N ..--m ha Philtdephia 1...2. .5 The all da affair tl ward- &ae hHewtetandobeaF.ox pro- tcl n
Ch'-- 010 001 0ix--;s ... -4lm- ha.n Phitdoish s 4 e th na,,,art slduced their own version of eoythin1U'Wl
n" H- R -Tnr r--er .'eu m.Gonr ales, 1489, Detroit ... 5 35 .300 Compat for passig t moni Tutho eqtd es n BIG eX arefldWa C so
'Erm'-.: S--town DFPra-East Orange, N. J., 3. of Aprilityh no violations on

n iS, nar 1, M pdd neLnmmire, 158, Maninmeheter, D e .v. at orn. Cer 3t, te fi th fre mea l RC .. 1 '? o a rles-ut
4O-Lt 9 In 8 -ps N, 1 .o d .lansd atWslon. Dl t and ar wol- ith he.attractive da. r g. R.a .... 14 6 .429 er and nafflda7-pound
Iionerd 0 i 2-3 R aid R. Truma al Oetthor Il a.inbe h mornl da. athR.a. .... 2 0 po
..W 2- Leard o-n Sim- O D-. R. 31 n"' (N8tiht G_.e) O -t ea tic evintI, all wnom recew ) .... 13 6 oboly t
Lmons :m3 inn 1, on iJ-2i. IlBr, nduon, toed o le 0r
Lo sPt" 6mrns -2 T--Fon- .or-e ..., .....lnr' 000 000 .0-1_0 Lt. r a br eloi e tier mofth a to' R. e 2e0o 9,---laudlo cedet
.atelli,_ _,3nt. .arl7ck. peor.Britis heaytibte ttle). Lemon (b-6O and Hegan; Port- Company's t les were: ace-,, a Boss moved within a
.l T-. 2 83. A--1" 7o.. pe .... he "we....I erfield (5-51 and Kluttz. new Command g Officer Cap- Corporal obert Ft and Cor har e of the league-ledilug
'tain Ald9j l. Jth, an, con- pdral Raioh Runyan, Communt- e. a egng Claudio Cede
.,r 'r2(Night Game) gratulated oreotgo Wit- catiL WPlatoon; Three Legged to 8.A
Chicago 01000020- 7 0 hey, Hedqar Compayrvate Thomas aa .u- .vy hitting Claud Ce-
It's MoVletame TONIGHT! Philage0hia0 30000x--35 10 1 Commarnding Cformtanpre-a privatee George Valols, soce more blacked out in
Rogoev. t4-6', Kennedy (8 vious :ea,' for his fine work. Couramlttk'tions; Relay Race- hPenng frame to allow Op.-
n2L Rr Siand heeRy; Hooper y2-5u and Company 1st Sergeant Tohn Knr- CorAslt Lawrence Conrey, Pri- tha 2 to score even times
', riam y ana (I /fSpo Pr Tipton. BR-Clark 2nd. ner pres(nted a roll of corn- rates and _awam.rae. m lourq smacked out' 12 hits
3' 0 1,' e I (Night Game) behalf of the mr~ of the Corn- Thre w-Frivate l First C.las- o"R chalked 1U ll
RALhard BSEHAtr a r MRLL t. Loue 003 312000--9 14 1 any. Colonel las awarded Ja Trtt, Cniommunications; ftf ft out a defeat but
At ri OA "DECISION BEFORE DAWN" Boston 1910s--i 18 4 trophies bathe enrntal Head- Drl t o]n a baby bottle- hads kimaed b Lashley n
4.. ,.,. Friday '.METr DANY WILSON" Hamrrst, P.dge (5-24and 0 Court- quarter softball am members, C oropmorabert Fo.Cx, .Communi- the- re,.hthe oi
'"e---' .;-ti i ne'n Nx0L mo henr (an ), Scarbor- Separate Untsl httmpons; and y aft oa wollee.ball-- Headquar- i within
T2.A-IV H76., p" Labeth SCO'M i P Dennay O KEEPSie ough e65, Trout ( -5 antd White. Captain Smithl .resented the tersa wCRth Sergeant T"o- Be a dC i
E OMPANY SHE KEEPS" Hr-M'aels 2nd. Kryhek i th, tounch ootIball ay with ath teirn l Ruyan.....
IVIW4Frl Un4s rhampionship.PrivatCadCo C-lass Louis Vas- Wi~O5 )h aeC.

C C 0 LI "THE LONGHORN" ad tr ok 00 i-t0h An a1tohe.roon of entertainme riant IehoPrivae Rdort TeBaht Ce
*'15 & :'Friday "I A M RI CAN P, 3t w ra the T o W a
i-- aiK te () and D, ntlI sfe--ro awards Coio at uglas set the went tO trhi nte1 e Ran Re-tertLp Pf toU .l'...
EDRO M (IGU L Bob gri,,, Unis pst, 2nd: Berrat2nh. tone of the oea tif. "T'm aw-,connln ltkI.loirstend- .man4o12
PEDRO MtGUEL HOF TEA AAa "fully glad I'm able to spend the team. E Pa b .... 1 ..
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F0iday o Neetsc SPONSOR PLAYS 1 r..... : ,h
(NightLdome)beha lfo:tIhe Cmaaoe Th EVr" eRo2A. Deron, r .. .. t. t 1 1 Hih xcu l

BALBOI- A rM 0nacird HARAY r Claire TRoniLV ..BERKELEY, Calif.. 2 une 1P G. Ravenea lb ..... a 1 1 Painont..
41 a".C "BORDERLNE" OUPB -- Entries fao this week We must admit that we have some favorItes bi the Juvenia A. Thomasb : ... 3 's 0
T 1 DA ea feeOcryWILTHcySO"end's NCanA track ard field meet Handolfap ToCb.Wament currently eat ommit R. Joseph, rab ...... 3 1 ,,PEK .

C dI\ t 4L "Two Tickets Brodway". the athletes from 70 schools a- last year so tby don't NEED an t.. Cll?-untll .1978. Coxi. If 2, ,, .. 0 EX
A--mdn,. : Friday "ON nr' iived to practice. But the tUi po' tunfortunates gtlTom they are Brathwat,-b"Ie. .. .. 'I 3 0s'
1n The two-dayomeettarth 1T 3 1 matched hadWt.t never ha4 no J Ipst watch. In our ePut.ehyerW ....* *.. 2
day aen Ui OlUmpicn rra effrts tospread joyeamo aJl gol8r--(e omenour Tudort .... 0 1 J "m"h
Coach B utus Hamilton says e want to see TOby 21y, Dean Stiidflbb td Joe Hoft- LaShley, P .. .. _.* O 1
: UMKmany as n0 meet.record 4 may o man win their matches next Sunday. l toeo spur them s
cracked. Heamslto 1o ,Pnr iv do their best bore's a. pleture of tA Ttalsa
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Iew records R the 110 and '44 .... -..
meter hr'rdle races, the ,000 ...
meter at.eplechase the discas s
throw a,', the javelin. ', g g g g.
Many oI the ththletan who iane ato .4
been working out at Berkeley
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Triah in track sad fi eW evezs
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SO June 12 (UP) Unit- o
ed Nations tanks struck back at
Chinese Communists who hit rWENTT-EWTuiW TA PANAMA R. P., TI URSD.At t x
United Nations positions oni the 1 A .,- T*nqrmiir -v* ; *
WKtern Front In Korea with two
unusually strong probing attacks
*ne a '-ay n e r ..O f..m y "Top.011
One attack along cost the Reds._ .
198 dead in vicious rifle, bayonet
aId g'riade fighting. ,
Strfong Red probing attacks I
and U n I t e d Nations counter- R n K U # r ,
thrusts continued all across the I
panied by heavy concentrations C ilk ... had' e are el h
of Communist artillery and mor' ean t 5
tar fire. WASHINGTON. June 12 iUP) Collins aid be agreed 'thor- -disciplinaract Pa dInvolvd ic
Army Secretary Frank Pace., oughly" w.PthPec. ere is cit law onc th P apu!be
Howle there was still no Jr., and Gen. J. Lawton Collins "Ge. and Gen, Vmn il as he-knows, "to ket- isgnd
IndleN the Reds were build- have assured Cotngress there is Fleet hbe stated over and e r men from making a M ,i had been
ing u major offensive. no basis for claims by a Nation- over again tat If the Com-. In fIn 1 t r that are detrimental a ra
Ten Invader light bombers hit al Guard general that the Corn- --ittlonal interest."
Communist front lines last night. munists could drive the Allies it is done," he said "tttn ^ ^ tt
Inflicting heavy troops casual- from Korea at will. in a position to takef aid v. tfflcial u eIUS
ties. first since the Korean war in Mate action. Unfortanal luI1tin 1' ,
public by a House military ap- I re is no way to prent a Med nt
Twele American Sabres tan- proprtations subcommittee which advance, from a pingrtton that would
gied with 25 Mig's over north- questioned them Monday im- 'a finT add-w--Xv- th e negotlatioma "a"t
west Korea yesterday and shot mediately after Maj. Gen. Daniel .. .. V11w f f 'I
down seven of them. H. Hudelson, commanding gen- WU I Sfhommltee Chairma Re- I g the tre m
The outnumbered Sabres spot- eral of the 40th California Dlvt- F Sikets D-FCa.)-iom- an t n e
ted the Red fighters over the slon of the National G uard, e vTaatd certainly not th a
Sinjuliu area and tore into them. made the statement. KOJE ISAND, June 12 (UP, after it was evacuated on 7 tm ow h t hltat in tSint Commat ot
The dogfight swirled for miles Hudelson Is due to be return- CVe hundred anti-Communist terda td1 bthin that I think mine oNt a 1*
over the countryside. ed to civilian tfe soon and the prisoners of war, terrorized by U.. O tIees said all is a= b e pu l.n e Ae r
When seven Mig's had fallen, Army has ordered a cheek of Red execution squids, bolted to been tortuted and slaa an the first place I 1 Bet t f
th- other fled. the tranavlpt 1 his news con safety today while being trans- night of trials at l it Th the next pla, I ve, Officials took the
For t first time in weeks ference. ferret from one compound to an- Ing tha -a neduntil a' itsl publleation is IRJ.e V. tat ist itain mightbs tU
Communrht night fighter planes Both Pace and collinss. Army other on this lland hou. -p L a us and helpful to the d jtoin thet rude l.
appeared in some force over chief of staff, said Hudelson's as- Now we will Mve!" they shout- herd a er cle that f11
northwest Korea., sertions were contrary to their ed, as they ran to wards United ma %wekades. --. tippl-.-- -- h c ment desatat 1t*It*
Superfort pilots reported the best information. States gaurds. rMA. o l-1orn, f o inthent d t
enemy fighters attacked aggres- "It la my own judgment, bas- They broke from the march- Va., -W d totos in the n .
sively. and seemed to be guided ed on everything we have had Ing rapks in groups of up to 100 seaitch W adh A Orties searching o1 the
by radar. from our highest military lead- while diehard Reds jeered or "N IV"1 1 9 en were tt # aea of the Lordon grE
The Reds were unusually ag- eras n te that the state- tried to hold thanM back-. ed. Anl 4 thin the hact o. t lated they ste ed pr,
hours IMM thee are r t from Labor iaarty
ressiave yesterday and today, ment ae and is at va- Several frtnd prisoners four is.terepa t from Labor Partye
oth in the air and on the riance with s actual capabill- unable to before the wefoll. .iaJlmly hu And wtdes eaad ce
t les," Pace sa. were inside the new compound, buried in t1r plias t"l aad rod over the
91, tried to run back through the conipomid" I Ben poetied
ga tes but were se eized by the ubrey !. Li~pneott of Toe-
diehard Reds and dragged into T s n ot bA L o
* the barracks before the guards pleteda at l h im Is it
could interfere. compound or In
Brig. Gen. Haydon L. Boatner, -both eacaated on 'e B
Koje commander, thereupon or- Deovery o. the -
dered his officers: "If they do lighterr qf -
that again order them to release d.fti.g the It 't4g +.
the men. If they refuse, bathe tlh ae oMtW -011 'I'In Jf"i n $
them in tear gas." wretM ft161 Pr" esS tvifW
and the lb-Otu e "mveb SlVti aud WtI a id
About 40 anti-Communist pris. out;" fored ;*a
owners got back through theater orin 19, eet In Cort

quarters in compound 1, "aist n 'othin 7
Compound 85, next on thelist t?,_ ..t/ n M I-

fr to haof e
sounds of metal working i. Oiin ooos l. o: d ed ie mam a m work. Be ws
pounds 605. 604 and n o- .ponw76. the Foren e
not been disclosed when these were quest of the mu- c hool of tha e in 1 a
compounds will be moved. It Com, -r t of State in 1932 o the ..
Additional leaders fom ad-I esponsled ,the resistance a ln ed from Barcelo- I-
p und 66 today were ern ad for the 0 trials and T I-6 5ian's atteawg .. ..ll
ItoInspect compound M, lwhenae-a uftlor" the,*W, to have s married to the h ad a"_m._l
': 38 prisoners died In restag tthe bIrought deant%1 .it least 130 fbtebermnneslater and i wlM
first breaking up of a non-R .,d ca fnoiO a 5dward.
U. S. military pV todayna-.
starched wrecked and -
prison compounds ft n."ptaly
hundreds' of atW-OhIE~inliL fmu r^ 3AJ
o,"::"E'"d Greenwich V be Merry Widowr
murdered by l Aed *r
cwa prisoners. oo dme .nd
tb1s9of Communist fury w-er
Th uiatdb ,e- lThrice-We, ~FoundStrerQIed
--,ompue t YOMe ,1 W 1t (UP) on rnof the mhad be- had We,_
ha d W i of a thbiee.4a> Oreenwhich conme &te Village after of on %& I W a
&& WW VTagemOewyqga questioned the Ar wealthy hus- th I t W it
S1L htee menteaipa of whom Ave
m a t was believed mysterious Thify to find out which to the
S3aw 1l soWao" whoo l neighbors 6' .I '" friends" had MX I
1 0M 1her during a beltB. her and thean qualmrttob
I iw. '. wth a pillow slip wNth Mrs.
-TNhTie scan l eftof Mrs f a Iabout 5 &.inm. I.
1l rta nG _obas, other vilgersW e n"t ". -
n ia t @ainfal R inal during May. ws'. .w.cialite w"e ft a sai t
average in the OanM f- am ighted b s parties
or ing to. the 'May i t ad
Omnal's Meteorologleal and Usp- at et l
drographic Branch. .---.--o
3oth Balboa Helghts and *31llice ph-se 5 Ml istalse
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