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.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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At Rhee's Release

Of North Koreans
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PANMUNJOMA, orea, June 18
(UP) .- Hopeia truce in KQo-
rea today h 'd on the reaction
of sullenly sll4t Opmmunists to
South lwMai.-leiat. release of
North Ko z xtaar prisoners from
prison caim.
United Na$lots and Red staff
officers completed the negotia-
tion of a truce 'agreement during
the day.

Twelve hoirs -after the su-
preme enoUtaden sign the
armistice a Panmunjom
awemony, fighting will
Red Chilat radio hinted that
the No. I truce team, which met
for 19 minutes yesterday, did so
to approve a cease-fire line map-
ped by the ataff officers. They
pored over -iau until midnight
.ho. -Ikffr k"uA"

rBut the Url. Natiena, a And the w h e back at it after
short timedlther. o f'le re hfl the f sion. The Peiping ra-
formed te t tru do said tl for the purpose
delegpt m tb w ooff t o i a. sten fth-er-to fix
rrienm s the Redshoped to get the e2?tar zone.
S had beenp"Iree -by The armies ill fan back 1!
South KoMS pF lat? W mile from th cease-fife line to
man Rhoo. form the b-f-t belt.
The news, which threatened to the
conapse the tweo-ar efforts to PeipinE furtber-repOrted that
end theiKoren war, was "iven li.n- "f--'-h.metTuesday
the Reds i a lUtter ha1addover wereagM jolet inspect-
by Col. Willard B. Crick, eniorn wha, t ou he a ste for the
United Nationslkso officer. formal sl- s g?-t othe amIstlce.
The letter informpd the Com- Maj.o .sltekhear M. Bry-
munisit that XM guards have an.,,,MRaote th corps
been r.plhced'" by S and n. command of the 4th Corps
that every effort is being made of tMeU.8.. a Divla omn in do-
to recover & many escaped cap- res will be.-eelorAflled member
tives as possible.e .. of tile point wilAry armstice
There was noe mmeds w retai-n cof l.,. Charged with see.ig
Cattioe now the Re& were taking tat thI terms of the armistice
the development. ." -
Eighteen ho.ri after the break- r carre o,.
out. of the pleaondrs, the Com- .
mu eMlat ptng radio had made
no suma im oft.
a** Sa.. **, _*. t ,

4i Bioh sides drw the trU -
wao teline separating the two ad les
atomic and establishing a 2-'-lle
S bffet mfoa last nlghb.
Reen- er behind the com-
Sn e red.out an ad-
over and there n w no
r"yheth hoer breteetra. h
,e Bat Greek t killed
wounded 7n N CM Mommw
t elj e d 'o -awbgT a L=
"WiltS pe (ate g leh i
SThe Greeks heated half
OW ru the two battalion of attacking
6 Reds lay dead or woSnded on the
slopes of tpo Irry follow-
lg the fuos foufrour ttle.
In th heat war. Americane Ba
bre shot wn four MIGO-1y
rI and damaged four others 1
t~hree igb-level dogfights neat
Th'e seilor merican off
S ofe joint military arm
domm alon arrived at the
truce camp at Munsan today asd
set Up headquarters It anticipa-
s' ain elon of an ,ealy eeme lr"e.
.o35" But Rhee'a action oerotdrn
the rele o lpme ol antl-
I..-f G Communl ori KMa war
prisone&sP u i aihop
foi r Fan oaf lnlng ar-
I Rhe'i rebellion not only mde
an immediate armism teullkly
Sbut raised the polilbllty of a
Complete eglluap of the wbole
Btruee effort.

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Cvhillan employee of t, Afma
ed Forces will now only he P
mitted to accumulate 4 dprs
of annual leave instead o(the
90 days heretofore allowed.
Word to this effect wai ye-
ceived on the Isthmus today by
Rufus Lovelady in a bulletin
Issued by the national head-
quarters of the American Feder-
ation of Government Employes.
It said the House-Senate con-
ferees approved the Thomas
leave rider on terminal leave
bill HRM.4, which now goes to
President Eisenhower for sig-
The bill said all leave accum-
ulated up to Dec. 20, 1952 must
be used. Employes having more
than 4& days to their credit up
to that date will be able to use
up the entire amount but will
receive terminal leave payment
for onlY 45 days.
Workers separated between
Dee. 1962 and the final enact-
ment of the bill and who re-
ceived terminal leave for more
rtlan 45 days will not be requir-
ted to reimburse the govern-
inent. the bUl stipulates. I

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PC Collects

Record Tolls

In 11 Months

Former fiscal year records for
the number of ocean-going com-
mercial transit of the Panama
Canal and the amount of tolls
collected have already been bro-
ken, according to statistics an-
nounced today on traffic'for the
first 11 months of this fiscal
There were 660 transits by
ocean-going commercial vessels
during the month of May, bring-
Ing the total for the first 11
months of this fiscal year up te
6,800. The-former fiscal year rec-
ord was set last year with 6,289
transit by large commercial
'Tolls collected last month a-
mounted to $2,865,717.12. of which
$4,373.64 was collected on the 136
small etaft which used the Ca-
nal. This brought this year's to-
tal up to $29,231,848.70. or more
thah $3,060,000 above .the former
record total of $27,128,93 collect-
ed In the fiscal year 1929.



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Rennie, Longmore

Foresee Success

In 25 o Fight

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The two American women who have just rirg i,
from a two-week trip to Washington as represent
of Zone employes, said they were "extremely
mistic" that the 25 per cent differential would ble
Both Mrs. Margaret Rennie and Mrs. Frances.
.more said today they felt they had accomplished ji.
mission by getting across the employes' viewpoint t-
Washington legislators who were "extremely symp*t
IC. .
Generally, the women said, the reaction from Soi.
ators they interviewed was they were glad to get tb
housewife's point of view, which they said they had neya
heard before.
Both" Canal Zone "envoys" predicted it might 54#
take three or four davs before t-,he Senate S. b...-a;.

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O cean-goingtraffic was unu- make its report on the bill designed to cut Coaei
usually heavy during the ast
month although no new monty employes differential down to 10 per cent, and deny
records were set, In addition to other benefits.
the large commercial vessels,
there were 130 trapsits by large, Mrs. Rennie. representing the and couldn't bdlv assuwea
toll-credit hips. These combn- US. Cttens' Association, Canal more o it n "* m-
ed to make an average of 25.16 Zone. retained Xmmett O'Neal, a heard the ~o we's
tratnuts d a UL e month minrment Washington attorney, befor."
onefare r tepe aonme iroup for

'uislt Scase 4ithough he Fas nok rEc em hetmucs.
trwas s ed any t as yet. ORsrWel. e
highest the WrM Wa ~ ~he was tol Washington was path T ear
periL dThe averagee of a "wonderful choice." He appear- mle e th stab tt a
amu tsal tl MaNy was 4.19, ed unusually Interested in the of their talk. km d,
mas M a nwith a 2.2 dally cause and "knows everyone" in get m upset er
am 1 the fto 11 months Washangton. Mrs. Rennie aid. all right." To whielt ,
|of-tillS,, year. "Whatever we pay him will not ie replied: i h 1 ~If.
cover what he does for us," Mrs. the people down there that'
Last. month's heavy traffic wasRene said f O'Neal, who was a Mrs. Frances Longmore wi'
handled with no apprecable de- former Ambassador to the Phil- was sent to WasuIngt b "e'
lay dmplt" the overhaul of Ml- Appines. O'Neal will cable her the Canal Zone Pllot'
raflfo Looks which was in minute he receives any word as expressed her amaemment
progure for most of the month. to Senate action on the bill. that "any little clStien-e "
MayU ebean-going traffic was With regard to the 700 signed on a door and see a Sena tor
the .g.est of any month of the petitions which she took with her She felt that great deal
overbtvl period, to Washington to "use at her own accomplished by the womn
The amount of toils credit for discretion." Mrs. Rennle found it Journey, and particularly pr .
amount tolls redit f was best no to use them, sheMrs.Rennie who, she sa
snid citizens committee h ad vlousjobd"
y epo/ta 29337.70.I The citizens committee had! Apparently, some legila.
b 4.the total for this fiscal authorized her to take the peti- were not surprised to see
ya 418 18,dn by mapproxr-etWashinto s mpre ys Zoe representatives in Va&-.;
tons whichstated employes Z ne en r -
u .. aoood obtan pl Uead ing he e, -
mately $80-.000 above figes for /would quit their jobs If their dif- ington, she aid, because t,.
a eam able period In last fiscal fereqtial was reduced, and use mentioned having received toe
"year ,them only If she felt It advisable. of mail protesting the differ
Summing up her hectic trip,! tial cut.
he amunt of tolls and tolls Mrs. Rennle said she felt ael Mrs. Longmore who Isalso
-u- ..,iftetad for thisf ialdid every"g possible" i newly-elected president of
SwWashng to Impress on the, tzens committee, meant~
26.8 exceeding by more i Senators that employes here al-I the fact that Howard Muoro, g.
lion dollars te -iready carried a heavy burden Llative represe tve
fra 1Imonths ofth Central Labor Union leW
STrades Council here was do
..'r Agaoo Retr ,,, Job in plieading the em

Meanwhile, lab a. erRufa,.
Is. 101 DIi Love4y., who for ,et .es
r ...the citzebasg p, said he f
Agent for the Liberian ship it was "lery important"
Arlana which slipped out.of the two womea were sep
Balboa harbor In April while Washington. He said labor
under order of attachment here, resentatives had amembled i i
said today he doubted whether the inform and topen a
the captain of the ship would gressmen the fact
be aboard when it arrives here that It was the houeewives W
today. were able to a weat deal fs.I.
Payne and Wardlaw. who are the viewpoint of the woman *j
handling the 750-ton ship, said must make ends meet.
they expected the vessel some- With regard to the le
time today but "doubted" which is now before the '
whether Capt. Nile L. Hansen, Subcommittee. Love I a d y
master and custodian, would be nothing would be revealed .
aboard. their reports. Only aftertheA*
Hansen was master when the committee repotas to the
Arlana made an unauthorized would their recommendattiB ns '
departure from Balboa April U made public.
for Puatarenas, Coa Ri u.
where the ship has been .ver Both women are schedult -
since. give a mplete
The District Attorney's activities in the nt'b
declined to say whether t before a meeting of the c A
charges would be pressed a-the near future.
against Hansen.
The admiralty suit which re- C oss Benefit
suited in the attachment of fhe
Arlana was settled abd stricken m e
from the docket of the U. 8. am ig Si
District Court, o that the e- At
soe li now fre to eave Can Slated At- anch
Howevrthe question of poe- The beoefit ginb
bible charges being filed a- whbh is he
galnat tho mter of the ship Red 1C5a a4 d*ul
Swho had been appointed custod- fads wN beSa
(AW T aphote) lan. is still h the lthilr$ n i
t_1 l of COentervlb, Miehb., The Msuitt. wh was aettled 31l Ranmhe b e
S killed in th heavy out of eourt was iled by a morrow alfght.
W AMeanwhile. U Miami ahpplag engt who P lay bege at 7 pr m
ground against the claimed 8.050. r services ron- the MIn oaelfatrigs -
pufth the battle line dered the sMp when it was in dine, blaekjek, a heek
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The Mell Sex ib an open forum for re-ders ft The Panorra A
ken. Letters are received gra*:fuiiy and aore lhandd in a wholly c
denial manner.
It you c-etribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear
aext day. Letters are published in the order re:e. ., .
Please try to keep the letters limited to onc. ge length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest e.s.tiincc.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements a'. op:'
expressed in letters from renters.
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;an Antcnio,
T'- :'

Dear "Doc" Tapla:
Your nice "Bagle" in May 20's P.n.:'a American reac
me yesterday and I was pleased to noee sc-- o of '-y pc dcire
are coming true. I mailed last week a copy of Hi, .hwy Magaz
that I hope you will see, and if po-sil;:' *,t to Tomas Guar
It has an article on roads built in 2600 B.C. and still in use.
Old saying was that rAilroads made tne country, out i
highways that sustain it.
From what information I get there are 237 miles'of road
touched and many "patches" through Central America to
Mexico has a first class, 'hard surface road from Lar
Texas, to Guatemala, and many other feeders. Still hope to
it completed In my time.
Glad to know the country is forging ahead with the best
fee on earth and moving ahead in agriculture without plow
the ocean.
I didn't succeed In producing as many fruits and vegetal
as I should, but the world can't produce better fruit than
travel oranges..
That Bocuete climate I still miss. Summer is four days
but the heat is terrible with 100 degrees over mos. of toie st
We are having the worst drouth on record and the Rio Gra
has ceased to run between Laredo and Erownsvi.A'.
The Faloon dam, 75 miles south of Laredo, will te complex
by November, but It looks like it will be a long time before
liver has water to fill it.
Dallas is laying water mains to Lake Texhoma on the I
River, and many other places ha\e stopped lawn watering,
Ban Antonio still has a supply.
More next time.'
Pop Wright

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* "The gift of 6
12 "Money -is the
root of all
13 "Satan finds
mischief for
14 "Long, long
15 Interpi elation
17 "A bit of the
old --"
18 "Can't see the
woods fsr the
*i Science of the
21 "Take in
a place"
23 Edge
24 Mrs. Cantor
27 "The- for
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32 Dinner
34 Mountain
36 Turkish
37 Take offense
3i South
39 "-- to the
41 Fish eggs
42 "An unruly
44 Bewildered
46 "Haunted by
evil -"
49 Autograph
M4A moon
97 Mmreral r,

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3 Cattle 16 "T,; 'an ai.d
statesmen" 20 Citrus fruits
5 "The whole 22 Evicts
- end 24 "-- and
caboodle" Osiris"
6 "--- Delight" 25 "There's
7 Narrow Nothing Like
opening a "
8 Spanish 26 Danger
gentleman exagrerators
g Gas" 8 Wecds
measuring 30 City in
device Nevada
10 Eager 31 Itali.n city
11 "- and 33- Day for
soul" tree planting

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40 te a sample
45 tuffaio
45 Arportion
4C "'Just a -
bati' e"
47 "Trail of the
48 Polynesian
5C "To -"- one
51 In(ians
52 Soldier's -
55 Worm


Friday, June 18, 1953
h1h Orange Junle or
SRanceho Flgbh Chowder
Poached Corbias Egg SeGo
Use~b Stsak Brown Gravy
Mqhe4 Potatoes Vegetables
set Bob Butter

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Boyle required even a church
to pay $200 as penalty for
daring to put in certain elec-
trical 64utpmnent without his
. One witness revealed he paid
Umorella Mike $20,000 for strike
"insurance," at a time, of course
when there was not the slight-
est difficulty between the build-
er and his unionized employes.
Ike's always argued that this
evidence was not adamslbble be-
cause it was highly prejudicial
to their cause. Tine moutnpieces
said that It would hurt their
Then the court ruled:
"Plaintiffs in error contend
that this evidence was not only
inadmissible but highly pre-
judicial to their cause.e That
such testimony, if erroneously
admitted was prejudicial, must
be conceded.
"For it requires no stretch of
the imainnation to coneelva of
a jury taking a prejudice
against a party who Is thus
pictured in the role of a black-
mailer, a highwayman, a be-
trayer ot labor and a leech on
"But the test of admissibility
does not turn upon its effect
upon the jury, but on Its rele-
vancy to the Issues made by the
charges set fot:th in the In-
After this comment, the court
held the evidence aamisible.
Now this country and Its
ne, smen/ radio commentators
and civic leaders find them-
selves In the very same position
as the Seventh Circuit Court of
We find, for example, the
president of the AL Interna-
tional Urotherhood of ElIectric-
1A WOTUM< 0 1 CH playing
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Sen. Homer CapehArt (R.-Ind.), chairman of A
the Senate Banking and Currency. Commtte D t h 1
was bemoaning the fact that the previous <4-
ministration had run Up a tremendous a ilBf u
debt in the 20 years it had been in poWer. *'
He asked the Democratic senators on the Tr e
side of the aisle how they "would Hike to D rO l"ou-
inherited a $267 bi0on national debt. wit$ te a
billion coming d us WhI 14 months?" -. n
_g d q It m u m Wg the
Sen. Albert Gore D.,-Twm.) answered for the. gaoer Zia1
minority party y sayi "We tried hard fA bW'
obtain the privilege o@Ontilutg that responi- 3Ua V V0
ability .:- __"_.._ aattt .

Walter Winclidln

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ley (EngaJ
Mona K3x,,'q
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chummy tbf e
few year are l s
actress diverse n
d1uer... Mm;4
It) is ilU t. B
he aflUedl bee
the N. Y. B
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thrash Ratb
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Labor News ii Does iAeiwAys eo THAs n 4 oIis?

The boys are throwing in those
i Does eWes which do a big '
cas and o.n usiness in gra-
ciously pesrmil 1 s-me empicy-
Cs to xmmcise eir rits to
i C By Victor Rsel .
ciously pcaremi', ,st -me employ-' *. -

ontO'1e cities are so angtulhed
you m.U1 think you A wound
r,the your ci in to t-e lilly white
iini- JS of all infant reaching
for a evoily, every timte you re
just dow.uht shcckea into re-
pouting iAle thlever ry.
MOPS is qro:p isa dlss by it-
sj w ath Zs cWn laws, asts,
j ces and cai.,dain for t n3 o .t- ".
side wc; id. as can s:zow you *6
by rcpo;-,ig an overgrown
oirt cy par which omne of
the bo.uj GL r on C.3cagos .
West Side one night last week. -
hed The 10 .' "t of se.ifirnents
amis tveie leazud ld to one of the
zine ca.y's aged, out still golden ', t.-
,a. bc s.-
L iAte his million bucks or so
t is hle has rema..t a humble man4
of the people known ratlh-r un-
un- asectiona cly as Umbrella Mike o
be heLn. it e s jaust the business
ae.ut cf nie Lcicc:il Workers
edo, Local 1 4 and a vice-president
see of tue International .actrical.
Brotherhood in his spare time.
cof- Now id have let L labrella
'ing. Mike rest on hisigoidei oags if
h2 had not pc-oLted the union .
bles to run a massive birthday party
my for him and thus exposed him-
Sdelf oi more to history.
off AMike doesn't get around as
ate. much as he used to in the days
ae when he toted an umbre 4
CAi o n ithe sumaiest of morns.
Eao le was hardly a man of .
the imsy and would never carry
theany nin& heavier thaa a bank-
roll ii ite couid heipit. But the
Red urn.loelia was always with him.
but He'd leave it hanging on the ld
Sedge of the bar in a certain r
salcn. Then thcse contractors '
wno wanted their jobs,finished,
or us ,wanted a little insurance
Snst a sudden strike epidem-
ic, %vutd arop packets, of bills .
ento this lasecmating perambu-
iatiag casil register. O. ..
In a tew years, the umbrella
ha bee-n roued into a cool half WASHINGTON- (W~A) -Secretary of State MONDAY HODAT '
au million, and My together on aid he Jonn Foster Dulles has given a couple of classic
iua aCek sa ary "with great examples, recently, of working diplomacy at an Government
thrta k everyday art. I take in silence tli
thris~.w you may thnk this He was talking to reporters just after the by havmng Decoft
SO U IlS a too hear-burnish solet White House correspondents' .association had fall on $aturdays.
Ssou, n.s too hear calmer so-burceh, so lethe given its annual dinner for President E sen- All the resort Wre, b
S U. C,. ci m tour eof Appeas, bower. a ext -lpreferton
lJ !enta 199. i, as ear back as The only reason the President was able to go and celebratkend ho y o
Jan. .. 1919. Mike was UP on to the correspondent's party, Secretary Dulles Rep. T. M[ilet Had (I.-i. f '
.....u,. li' ,t f ti cie. expiined, was because he---ulles--hadltaken the Atlantic City
p'e-niL o the isrliauon l ni over the entertainment of Canadia n Prime Min eastern tip of his ,.
S a cuedhlaterLouis St. Laurent for that evening of ee tat this dom't appen
of !,, .,W.ahingt1 visitheas Iniroduad.
r..e government i u.d "I, think,' said the secretary, "that I got the states "to bring aiRt the
,te.,ti ii showing tha BU-e short end of the stiUck." on the Monday nearest to the ui e9mn biesh
hds naily enbowme g tila 1 $,.such .olindf y n .4 Alf
ohad enaen some bnlj ..out Then there was a sa.tae "B buch holiday aoalle .".r
of con-de ,-able sum.s of money in ceternny for n ,
under threat of a Lrike or boy- S. ambassador td S avaor. For AT sy y
~s c061. Mike had been press officer of the Departmeof "epe i
One witness testified that he State. He serve lntsecretary after noth Aa -br Day-Il tIe
S paid Boyie W0 to get a cer- World War I days, regardless of political offili- But it in't. ge ,
tain swzichboard installed, tion. It was all in the best tradition of loyal
Anocheo swore that Bcyje ex- government service. 'O, TO OWN A FluM O" T
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switchboard to be hooed up. retary at this ceremony, "I recognized it wqs American tariff tbarriersA Du0ab
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cI. a To Resist Defense Let-down m i PH L June 18 IUP the Soviets and demonstrate ii
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Sa to act at
A. m uds conference
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A ,AtbWe strength
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'Sd t hloS confer ence he stestt Ce toe- stand firm a-
lip aOt-Cj re for tax reduc-
So b toe tfu ve because hae r went- t s ar 'ts that will be
su tM beem of his cabinet a chance byl-ad a trmIn t orea.
a"A ot* au ch.anges. pare whih e U immediate
Saerwe 29 government agencies ease but hIpas.that of sputtle-
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e totC formation and withheld it oowan heAsked.t
4nt a. wouldlim it their cl Itio pow. eld a down the
.f tie_._s to the heads of tlburee s. l abut safer road
r m u ation l s together
h Vtal ee as fo action aboti the erny aoruc at the 100th
ne Justice sme rit 'and -its activities. of the junior
Sece- Mr. Truman's order In S60temCoser, Mechan-,
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S o le aubftlty to witohh6ld any in-

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bea s oh e e TheWhiqtre m eHu r ofn me %to ble abilweo s a anets tilld.t are in turoee.

wl de p c a le to dther de- ) The United States should
I odL Mist., pRicker insist on ire ed e"re armament
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dm l ao p w there r i ;1^ 1 ^ then "t bu teWsw
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7) The United States must
make sure that no nation uses'
Lrade with China, the-Soviets or
Soviet satellites to strengthen
the Reds' destructive power for
war "that what is traded can-
not be used to kill our children;
and grandchildren."
Baruch said there still was a
"serious question" whether the
NATO army will be mobilized In
time to meet Red threats.
"Whether NATO will be carrl-
ed through 'will depend largely
on what is done at Bermuda,
later this month.
"The Allied conference comes
at a fateful moment. It is al-
most as if some master play-
wrights had set the stage for a
mighty drama in which the
character of nations is put to


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Govt, Workers Lose Jobs, Shipping &line News

South Dakota Gets Dam A ,
S. S. Ancon Sailing Cod; John G. Haupt; Miss Le-
BY DREW PEARSON Saturday With 140 Abl d- tMae Holden; Mr. and Mrs. R.
-- Dr. M. SteVet .and Son; Mr.and Mrs. WJ
the Medical Seice t OI y. Kunkel: *s. Cornella
WASHINGTON, June 18 It wondering whether she should hospital, who is leaving tad daughter; Mr. and
was intended for the benefit of register as a lobbyist or concen- mis td make his home 4LAt. awrdhce and 2
the homefolks, but South Dako- trate on starting to erect a statue ta, Georgia, is among the Mrs. Jhn F. Lews
ta's plump, pleasant Sen. Karl to Art Summerfleld a the Oahe passengers sailing Satur ay g : children; Mrs. Annie M.
Mundt has been boasting how he sie." the Panama liner Ancon ecord, -ick Jr. and daughter;
knocked hundreds of State De- The real inside story, however, ng to the advance ase lt ,Mr. and Mrs. Robet iH. Me-
partment workers out of their came in a later letter to South He will be'accomani by M. Co;
jobs in order to wangle $8,000,000 Dakota voters. Stevenson and their son.
to build a dam in South Dakota. "I made Dodge only one prom- Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Ma-
In a mimeographed letter to ise," Mundt confided, "namely, The S.S. Ancon, which arrived the -Mrs. Anna M. Miller; John
constituents, Mundt told the that as a member of the Senate Wednesday from New York, S VQMr; Mrs. Crrie M ; r.
whole story of how he had made Appropriations Commit t e e, I sailing one day late on Its re William A. Mqolr os d .
a deal with budget boss Joe would try to find ways and voyage this week. The l. Mary L. Nelson 2
Dodge to slash enough out of means of cutting the over-all ap- ed two days late from ; Thomn' A. Orr and 2 CL lit
someone else's appropriations to propraition of the government because of delays to l op ; Florence PArker nd 2
pay for a South Dakota dam. sufficiently so that his additional rations. Most of thepasenr dre; Commaner and Par-
However, the senator gave the eight and a quarter million (for sailing Saturday are Cainal em- lpo; Mr. and Mrs. James -.
real credit to his wife, Mary, Oahe) would not upset calcula- ployes and their families. Pl I" and 2 children; Dr. add /
who pulled strings with Postmas- tions." Ms. wardB. Pinckney and 2
ter General Art Summerfield at He then went on to report The complete advance list of ters; Richard J. Reed; ,
a party. He, in turn, put the that "last week I fulfilled my passengers follows: G. Riley; .
pressure on Dodge. part of the promise. On motions W_ RWf A I
What Mundt had been angling made by me in the Senate Ap- Mr. and Mrs. Nathan W. Ash- .Mr. and Mrs. James 0. O lce IEMgW ,
for was $8,250,000 to build the propriations Committee, $8,000,- ton and two children; MrsU 0az- and S childeai; Mr. and *M. 7 ,
Oahe Dam in South Dakota. The 000 was cut from the funds ap zela Batudln; Miss Eleanor Ben- Owen W. Smith and 2 children; te T
money had been struck out of proved for State Department der; Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Jamea Onakenburg,; Beb.ert
the budget in the economy drive personnel, and another $300,000 Boyd and three children; Mr. tor; Mr. and Mrs Elmer B.
against pork-barrel projects. was taken from the travel allow- and Mrs. Harry F. Bttz and J vu and 2 sons; Dr. and Mrs.
This brought a pained outcry ance for State Department func- children; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford rfbert M. Stevenson and non;-
from Mundt, who had been in the tions." D. Bryson and 2 children; Mr.on W eEdith IL Stoll; and Thturow **l
es-until it affected his own Sour Outlook and son; Miss Kathryn n B ee w .t;
state. MONTPELIER, Vt. (UP) closure; Mrs. Robin L. Comer;
How he cuE $8,000,000 in State Prospects look a little sour for Mr. and Mrs. Lynn E. Cottrell; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Taber
Department salaries in order to Vermont maple syrup for 1953, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H.wards d 4 children; Mis Elaaith EME
raise funds for the dam is told because'the winter was too warm, and daughter; Alexanoer E&- Marie Tarr; Mr. anid MI. Wal-.
in his mimeographed letter, in according to Ralph McWilliams, din; Robert S. lbough; an M. Traae ad
which he lethe e homefolks in Franklin County agricultural a-Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Fit- M. rasna e W atd dau ,d
on "some unrecorded, unorthodox gent. He said the St. Alban's a- chett; lr.Helen G. Whft9QeJ&r. id LL3J udh
and unplanned history." rea, the so-called maple syrup Mrs. Francis W. WWu Wl ad 2
It seems that the postmaster capital of the world, was ham- Mrs. Wilhelmina K. Galloway children; Mr., Marn"h E. F-
general was Mrs. Mundt's table Dered by lack of snow during and son; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred loin; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur t.
partner at a dinner party, which February and the output will be Gl; James W Grey; iss B Wilder and 2 children; Mr. and
the senator could not attend, down. erlyann -Hall; Milton J. Halley;W....
"enowo Karl" askd Smer- John Hallo and wife and 2 chil- Mrs. Howard Wolfrey and 2
ows Karl? asked Summer dren; Wllam K. Harriman; sons; and Mrs. Marjorie Wood- mwP v *MarH
"Like all South Dakotans, he's Miss Lila Harris; Douglas Har- ruff and 3 children; .w ON WIDqw?
i in sackcloth and ashes because
your fellow Michigander, Mr.
Dodge, failed to recommend
budget funds for Oahe," Mrs.
Mundt replied, according to UNITED FRUIT
"Tell Karl to give me the facts NOFOO
and figures on Oahe, and I'll talk
with Joe Dodge. He's a lifetime
friend of mine. I'll ask him to
talk with Karl again, and I'm Great White Fleet
sure we can work it all out satis-
factorily," offered the postmaster '2N0 roms-
general, who comes from Flint, 2 U00 spOSS rawms-
Mich. The budget director comes $s" rates ildude dl NEW ORLEANS SERVICE ACrvtesbl J"' A !m1,R
from Detroit.CrIstbal
Mundt rushed a three-page any rooms wh Tlii SS "MT ........ ................J... 1n
letter on Oahe dam to the post- S.S. 'BUIUR$" .....
master general who in no time at S'.S. VON" ....................... .. June.
all called back to say that he N1 0 T *S.S. "IIUI .........................June 8
"had given Joe Dodge the facts." T IL *a.S. "CHIQUI ...........................June 28
This led to a two-hour confer- W I1. t
ence betweendMundt and Dodge, -C lnmdih 5gtgerated. Chlidi and Generz Carge.
at which the deal was settled. a d1rgVE
"I'll buy the Oahe projects" NEWYORK
Mundt quotes Dodge as declar- I0 Arriv
for his persuasive wife Cable Atdress: THETAFT
Mundt commented: "Mary is -- S.S. MAJORKA" ......................*. jne
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FOR SALE:-Beoutiful gen ,*e Ch-, FOR SALE: 1948 Plymo41h Club st -. W
nese Dragon Rug. ,n perfect con- Coupe. 'A-I condition Intde-out. ...
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flower pot stands, mahogany center: FOR SALE:--952 Ford. itori, Al, T leShe -S 479a Pam
tcble, miror top. Pictures 371Th.e .......5Ford iorie
St. No. 7. uptair.. Tel. 3-1025. pane blue and Ivory, Fotd-O-Ma- To
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bo. 337-C Diablo. 5th. 1953. Address blds toRstaure ~ h Rockgi s U.
.B.lbot_. FOR SALEGMC truck, 1941' 2-tan. Officer, Curundu Pfot Resturot. i and
SALE:-Stick Reedporch, st, -TheT.e Company (fnaM E 18. 3.
Hollywood bed and refrctory table, Inc. Tel. 2-0 620.b AMIRICAN 1
msple livingroom set and Misc.--- ---... "best maids -__"_
.-1658. House 1544-A. Mango! FOR SALE-'41 White truck 31Vz tons cetion, -refee
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'..--.. Inc. Tel. 2-0620. Bella Vitao Theotre, hTon 3-081, 2 eB d
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S family apartment, 50 Ford Clubtone yellow bottom with block pp. 1, Canbt Z4r LCouncil 801, Boy '
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-- -- Miguel. to Ate highest ilr..the structure "."_
(OCr SALE:--Codsopt refrigerator, 8 ----- listed blow.'Sealed"bids, subi jct FOR
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picnts_ House 1423-C, Carr Street, Melvin, Balboa 2-2116 before 4 Scout Executiv sat olboo until ,ma#lti~J-riCcha"
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Por-ch furniture (1 settee. 2 chairs, 1.000 miles in States on '53 rteth No..|. Dsmriotion. House- ^. :.u To + .4S
2 end tables (1 coffee table) Dcdge $20.00 each or $90.00, boat, consisting of a s el barge; -h 3S9do n L II
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utre nistery) $50.00; 1 ches tuffedr P.FO Miguel. length by 50' width ind 4' d fi, per i nt.
nchi with ottb $.00. C Phone .. d .. e- of wood and d tr, RET :---Flhriginal s3le." .d r '
9any desk 186-A, r Caa ir dse The hull has been pu nturd let practi.cll ne. A. ll conv I en
Stl q in $12. Blest ofiaere. EuTr d2-2 ato liDc that it will not float at heighNts. a Inform4t i#Sf trT -
iR0. : Spinr t piano, perfect $ S Dia TFuriture st d 'fixturls, inek r5lifrti -lW ,
conitchn ta $400.00. Bedroom set, 6. R. L Panama 2-025 electrical; water d6 I ifiriesto tM u
tw;n. bed' with spring and mt- 4339. tents from the 4o.W or orre c- ". r
tbres, $0.ny, chest oaf drawers, FOR SALE:-1939, 120 ton. Packard necti will be include e It' ithe 7
ho6any desk and choir $15.00. 158. ne reen, new tird obatery. Scouts o: Americu BoI 188 tl Sia "
gal. Godcoi stainless st$5. 120. Coletoeda. or.2,Davatis -Scout Docks in 2 iabl0 Huights. A&WA1 Au

2-1 95, ask for Fred, between celtent con tion. Original owner. M." seto t Awin u endoe 41 St Tel "
1 i :30 n. and pj.- m. obtained at the Scout Offic% SBal- FOR ROW; --'- Funished apartIent
0. SALE:-Metal dinngi o table buf- FOR SALE boa Dis must oy ibe ~miI itedn,i l l water heater
Kitchen tableel cir ohoe-g5' At snud, AKy red erd BoDxer do, and teep-e in Cuba

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bufiet $40.00. Morgarita 8201-C, CmCna ZonoC a C k# 00,.taal "tlB r ,-I
614 St. Phone Cristobal 1862. toZe green, new tires and iatte s r, ots o A ei a T v -
roomScouts of Amric.x 188,ns oa beuu
also a Bolsev camera, 35 ifr Cdl N FZa tehn Calm q Fb4A

(R 'L--9cut. ft Westing mho use ALEboa-N Vibrt 0slY W A. A. in-DPouglas EC. le r in'" "-e n

holdarticlesrBalfuan420re.-CallI..-9-.for d Pueo i e o R
driigeroor e. Buft and Cinol% R.O R Selee,1and ivork r ,4Ile ", V.

oi, Bereset oonTition, $$50.109a0
00. 9 c. t. Westinghouse refriger- FOR SALE:n al--- ldmobile 4*a F OR, S' eRUCTURE ,l. II'

2-15C5,'ost Fred, Ce. red crn dil a etia. Original owner .3 3io r a Tr
ad o 7: $p. G E em. Call 2-3414. i oBid forms-e'nd sprications dyb# Okns3-00W .

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Cin SALEo:-sMet ral dining table, b6 bo DiSLSdtmory ii t F ineh t a- l4t t A

fFi, 6e chairsde teble s $50.00. WATCig t Eier- ence n ne iner,

advaae boAf chies Critofyo 2--2O86tbo3r 22175 f2 H.r wi Pnor manrPay. e:' FO R E :f
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fAtet $0.00. chest rs 952m- Adme. ir5o0al Telo To MIAMI lor. Must be ntA caulakitn arwl
to 'MEs-- co eFOR SALE "-lew Vibratr Y tn e 4T. h 0
macine. Call 86 ndm4 hine .__ r Yorkc-s7
SSA efl nw '- FOR SALE:M wsi ps bie s og i D-C-3 Luxe. Leaving Ma FOR RT A
.a.n 'ea. T n t able. e h AGelabert Airport-.:30jr .i ,tr f 6

00 Frioi i8 t. refrigerato r,2 ut 'ot e r
disnin 5ories eedrotM.Bufft ne-D P5, .Tlc s ne ro Mug l 25,Two e sdaylue T, -, __ r _r.. ..

rs.tomicner Otne de$r oltd $225. pnm p 1.ri~ a 4Mah- if L EC S .

h ld C ftour11 e, ntCl ,ol -439'e lroutoversd uelles, 1 .
hone 3 7 o 5. i, e choirs. $1.50 each, Singersg r, tW -o "e
tonight from 6 m. machi t FOR SALE: modl 75.00.
iR .SAL":-- P; lwer; kitchen- WKitchnat table, porpiel'ih, 40 x 45 .. -
tocl, 25 cycle.Pye raos mazeO.-dC. $20, Wkiod lathe 21" 1 horse 25 tri limiti. Pan' f Zone
root er b.yistia. Cotobeautiful e n otor $75.00.-'A 7 ir

table.6F Aculasw tiltEtableL horse2etouerW
China -closet extension al, c io re, witth b ridle $0.00. ad e
chair and ll side tableT Air ompresor-prcssure tonk wi 4th.of July Av

S ra erbeautifiersenstPen biss paint spray gunhn '. s 0e 7.5
dnnt"1,$.00,.N .mm Two breeding nelfih horit
bosor.d c ou .2,eF 5 O00 a pair. HoSALE--I9.2use 73-A 6h. admiral T iTo MIAMI&e to be ti .as s, kit
Sts New ristb Tel. C r on
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machine. gall 86-5m84. hIoe I s .or in er oe w d Y6rk:e.
r'-- c Beautiful mohorn. SALEa:ch.Twondtablesn 00bdeoch. 1 H c".1400,S4.c e ple.. --NTor O erf
closet combine, One year old $225. pink PoR whit.e0Pacnaa.a8mahog-Tele e W A -
00.00 old C ,ahoa break1oP. ConcvnyJohneso$.0. 0 ouly 5dinin am' 3-4242.
H, phone 3-27197 or 3t2453. chairs $1.50 r t ch. Singer sewing Coca .olo
machine, $ tablee model $75.00. to".00
c:ot f 5 cycle. Pye radio, oher $20, bod lathe 21 hs onet.(Pa"- 1b.'&-- LAW 1
mThoer baby carriage. Cristobal 3-co Gyce marn .e "h c Adjiige.Goot ue n' l"t- t177,
OR SALE:--SorveaIrefrwaeratr, Fi cycle nALLr W berih $0ED

mcnthsoaid, $100. G. E. rdiaio gouges and fietwrs $2A.00. DeVil- Ft.arC
with extra speaker, $25. Green biss point spray gun, r1.esizeD$15.- ON t o ff red
rug, 9 x 0. 620.Q .l ,$25. 00 Po e r0 WENEEDtwo sales women for At-u ma l d + ,: ..
dutyTwo pair breadingutelfishc$20.- a" I "
dining to*I ,$17.00. 5 pe.'b O RI Lt2c Sidme",,e.wa-ith. o rith1...
oo ccsonaI'I ; Rattub 'r chaise too0s 2 pair. House s73-A 6th. and nto Coue, wihbor wit

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pair dropl foI he r typ- vBoat & i to nname.n e m a ,,
picker desk;irs and tables $6.00 .W iExperinc ed firm, ax
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NEW YORK, June 18 (UP) Lew Burdette, TeamsWN W e The m
Milwaukee 40 18W.806 Harry Matib!wa- k= .
baseball's newest relief ace, was shooting today for Brooklyn 6 K19AsIs For ,i c"mrn what he
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the World Series money with Milwaukee's madcaps Philadelphia 2 3Victory For M aZ bot fl
that he missed when the Yankees traded him to the New York 27 329 S ,lyIboutrla" 1~~
Cincinnati 21 32 .0. MsOWNw 'antLam"i
Braves two years ago. Pittsburgh 2 41 .1tb e way w Bhe'PenBon t
I Chicao 6 .306 Krsch, manager of-un- them bouts wil be wlth theu nan 10-ro d S NB
Theexplost right handed, Before another sell-out crowd eagten"Colonfeatherweightr Un-. 126-poundI wehinigth. ervoteran. e.rddle .
v.ho fires "blanks" at the oppo- of. 32,711 at Milwaukee, .the drO Martinez, today predicted 04m bIeature pitsDught w .
tutisTeyifhhnton-ll A-won h oa in
sition, did It again last night Braves pounded out 14 hits In- TODAY'S GAMESthtibowlhg p a40In t
when he blanked the Phils with- eluding homers by Joe Adcock Philadelphia t Milwaukee OtW knockout victory "uda .taiw b.*Sn
out a hit or run for 2 1/3 Innings and Del Crandall, triples by Bill New York at Cincinnati night at the Colon 81en 1 %n Flous *#m them, -boaws will"tue fo on ,o
In a 9-6 victory. The triumph, Bruton and Ed Mathews and Pittsburgh at Chicago hu tackles Kid Chocolate l .in et rol eo.or-.
Pitbug at~el ~ l.&?.3 Chicago ees Kid Chocolate kM S St U War- oe ra
v which he saved for starter War- doubles by Adcock and Spahn In Brooklyn at St. Louis a scheduled ten-rounder t a rell Won the Mlat, B illt ae- ae si aen pa.
ren Spahn, put Milwaukee 2/2 a typical extra-base hit assault. 128 pound weight limit andL. In the liht batd- ....
games ahead of the Dodgers, who Despite Kresch' prediction, sadnopromotela We
]ot a 9-3 decision to the Cardi- The Cardinals broke a 1-1 tie YESTERDAY'S RESULTS however, the Chocolate camp The tiler O eMfin l .k l itm all s d maeaiglr
lIals. with three runs in the fifth, two Night Game oo-es with confidence. The "Bo- baMore am1gfo moa a ll a managers
on a Steve Bilko homer, and then New York 013 000 000-4 7 0 so's" handlers can't see how them M eiitS
Burdette. who could mean to added five more runs In the Cincinnati 000 010 000-1 8 0 "Bon Bon" Kid can mtmasaeor- ThnetWo bo w 'i l g ht fo s -a th
the Braves what Joe Black meant seventh to give Gerry Staley an Gomez (2-3), Wilhelm and ing an Impressive victory and be to gt back the u n .t Uth.. ofa
to Brooklyn a year ago, once was easy ninth wIctory. Stan Musial Westrum, Noble. Wehmeler climb back into local flstic C in. Tey were both Bike i and o: t
a Yankee and it is now all but hit two doubles and Red Schoen- (1-4, Baczewski, Smith ond prominence. .,nra their olast thet out. Mar- I etoo e 7
forgotten that he went to the dienst got two timely singles In Landrith Th Chocolate camp claims fou rounds while Green lost tocertain 12h'"1 5-pound sor.R .. .
Braves in 1951 along with $50,000 the 10-hit attack. that the Kid is In perfect shape under fo h SIh" l pl utI

cash for pitcher Johnny aln. 1 Innings. and ready to goa M lte .
bdandraedyto'grmin s the Irtra- au lnan
Right now Milwaukee wouldn't The Giants defeated Cincinna-Pittsburgh nez right now. Thhey aay that Raarel frathwelte and Kid e _lrady el nsnar ther ~-Ipea*t"
trade back even if i t got the $50,- ti 4-1 and Chicago trimmed 000 100 003 000 000 0-4 13 Chocolate wah never in better o Jfa le W ill )mix it UPs Ith got1m aAo flUt be the me
000nwith Sa6u. Pittsburgh 5-4 in 16 Innings in Chicago 1 -50 17 3 forothan hlieenjoys Sth w1dt four around prqlimRbalking'about --aat dr by t e- Vills Snti sinad
eihth victory, but he was reel- The Yankees defeated the Face, Bowman, Hetki (1-3) the Arena at fight tie. a n ar- a o ri llbe (oneatt Ch pht g W

me w Min three rtnnsngs coasted to e- Niht Gae e in ht champion of the Isth eta frve-Tound-dol toea pube."
bew a 7-0 lead. Del Ennis hit edged Chicago 1-0 on Walt MasG- .slated to termiate their train- or g traded to the ago que n of a referee re-o c r
three-run seventh to make the Sox mauled the Tigers 17-1 on Brooklyn 000 011 010-3 9 1 nosnw1 the firs of a aories thla t will o ba mas dMou' settled. Jo a- e -be. nt b aI

)V Tne At son trled to drive in key runs. Dre ^ and Lopa hn (8-1), championship bout. "tOhoco" was tract called tor a t envt -X "Id be BW anorto M t b r- *
count 7-6 but Brdette did not p20 hits including two homers by St. Louias 100 030 5xCr10 ridg Satuiday i they local iht dollar bou i -iyJhf "coasdderaerg ow lo.
of the way. 'League games. (3-4- and Campanella. Staley it easy until thq opening gong s ttsburgh Genenral MLagr -we olreai oah. Mse rey, ,., .

inf m Mm Randy Jackson's bases-loador. AMERICAN LEAGU Ee moe th e in r ae re M a l t .
9-2),e d sinle in the 16th broke up Tes L K Arena at itinme. Brasked ich to ascn a r- .g ala
Ruben Gomez, given a 4- Chc lead New York chocolate, a former fs still co red trangcment. for Ralphdid ir to lug. o t olah fag

three innings coasted to vict- Night Game 22 .585 weight champion a of the Ith- eta ive-th ouand-d olbol .hl e "

Three games remain to com-1 in a seven inning scoreless re- Chicago 31 27 .534 some butj 1 generally agreed old one just the sami perienced, say.
toplesry at Ceincinnati as Tookie Gif r. hingla. 00 30 10 0 muts, hoe a to lmak onge st for be ing traded to athe bl0 0. h*u-eli ir re- t.

Jcamai crl sl be rt homered and White a two-n 034 000 02-9 14 the first o a -hateils thoMWains -
le nthe eenth ut hei. Lu20 .u3heeeeewht..There.ore, m;s. ." the al .h
ight the J amaicans are n singled and Hank Thomp- Milleri 0-1), Hansen, Peterson, i Kiner's original Pirate. c fu o t J Ds II '

b d fr a retn tripled to drive In key runs Drews and Lopata. Span (8-1) full-fledged lip bt chegct yesterday. rZ vet 4 "I'd b ea ', m ilF
Sgame wa potponedht At omez pitched an eight hitter Burdette and Crandall. riding) Choolate thigh Inks tat he oc s aal e ight dollar C ted S a t r
for his second victory, scene when two brilliant boys NatiO.l,.Legue -O'deg-n 1*elj-_uu 1041.0... -.. ,

Pait because of rain. maleRnd n 'btaA PhlEAGUel N to climb back to the toip of the fifth ayer to come l. ed to
Te Jamaicans return to the Cleveland gained standout re- st.Louis atNew York (2) group of local 12 Sta-poundersy M rodnt o ball e r eed half th
Olympn Stadium Uu, Frid ed single inf there 16th broke up Teams W 12 Tvlot Kay and Federico Plummer. as ed iner to sign .-
at 7:30 to t e wh t lefty Bl atChicagob and New York 42 .778 Plummeriis instill -roundsder d d a ct arpd i e ; = tbe e t
gavice urk Lown a third victor Cleveland 31 n22 .585 the featherweight chlumpion by has levhe up tothoe f '.ate SA 4W Is. lotawSS
Three games remain to cor- in a seven inning g scoreless re- Chcago. 31 27 .534 some but It Is generally agreed old one' just the .am. pe ed," f ays hal Ci." "
Dlete the regular schedule of ero Washington 30 526 that he can no one be fasked-he CUS. .

tilts between the popular Ja-s Boston 207 31 28 .525 f-7 ctve at 126 poudds.bes 0fdthounn Ql I Mr

Stadium?2 30hehey padcans me SWh toAnderon ermte and Bucha gK C %:U
maica n girl eand local Billy Martin. wit a two-rIn sin- nOTtPhiladelphia n8 A0O ft e1th) e a faculty he has e ma of th dd fr o m.1 gv it-i. C "1 1 p

tuesday night, at the ympi le in the seventh to put the aSt Louis 20 3 09 the weight. Th erefore, mt the sIuggr The Cub
Sonig he amaicans are Yankees in front for oo an De troit 14 4 .25 loca ringmen clasify erc nted Kin with the check NOTES
booed for a return engage- Sain came to the rlie -f of Alle as a full-fledged lightweight. yesterday'. eco, r. -e .
mnant with the Arsi Cola team ateReynolds and preserved their th Pummet and Me K ay no Oat--I

The^ v1^" playinr~ schedu~~le i sp~Wt- PuhomanMer adT Umhe tot Nh Gta oe aptol L th ih
7:30 at the Olympic Stadium Chief's sixth victory.bSai pitch- TODAY'S ,GAMESluThe piatesasg IM ur* te DgMe all oo Do

....lnuo D.-rtlongertcampaingningtinnhis clanin;haheUS eol~d~T~O
T ii" game was postpone d latned hitless ball for 11/3 Innings [ Chicago at Washington (N).Choeolate thinks that he-is able4news today by greeting their Ce010006"e d SaYat 1Wr fa
Tae m beucau s retrin M a Cleveland at Philadelphia (N) to climb back to the top of the fifth. ayer to 'cornme C q%. ^S -0 ..1 '.Ph"
e casetrn.St. Louis, at New York (2) group of local 126-pounders, from college. ball,. e- orhaltfA*

TJamaicansreturnt t Ci ed se
Dlympic Stadium, Friday night,,lief work fromntheir new pitcher, Detroit at Boston Two well-matched- ten-round|Jack. ..wP4vior _. ,
at t7:30 to tangle with the Paci- lefty Bill Wight, as Bobby Avila semifinals and t four-round Shepard i IW be to a 4
,tic All Stars, comprised 'At the drove In four runs with a double .E.T DA Y'S RESUL T preliminary will be included!'oa |since he d 'tl $ g t8 9_--
best players gnx Ga90ba, and a homer to end a six-game YE 000 010 020-3 U _this all-star card also. All of signiA She rd iNy. .AftIa] i Iie

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Paranso. mRed Tank, 1 a;rosing streak. Philadelphia snap- New York 100 020 20x-5.9l0a 0..'"It el tamodIto be wearinfir
Colon Stadium at 3 pn, SSun-for the losers. 1(6-2),uarhandBe.cwerethtea e It
day, for an important tussle (6-21,SalandBerra. =I coau the the sein It ,.
with the tKationai All VStars. Micke, 'ernon's single "withDtrIt 0001 2 H [ h in oi. "ea outfh g
Two benefit appearance -will the bases 1. ded broke UP a Boston 220 710 05x-17 20 2 2i -- .|1Ryoma. H and Lucau. re
wind up the successful tour.scoreless battle between Master- Marlowe (1-5), Harrist, Erick- ts D he / pints are Intlelders John-nfroaoofthepwu
ruesday night at Mount Hope son and loser Saul Rogovin at 00son, Htrbert and Batta,,. E t he ,an 34d O'ders Jo01- tnext oe t."
Stadium. the Jamkicans meet Washington, Masterson permitted Nixon (3-1) and White. Seattle, ui -100I s-Pi.or am._
*f the Colon Red Crops. Wed- coCarrasouel with-a sixthinning Night Game O Queenl l.a.oet Choir Sateand Pete OfB W-a Pi ,fired 2Mi *. tue ,.- Thw--f
Stadium, the visitors hook up double in the eighth. i Philat 101 310 0004o 10 0 a fashonabe sstyTae to- -00.r. -.ean sht rwn-hid 0" (I, 4..
with the National All Sars at an dFeller, Wight (1-3), Houtte- ov ay everoncome Aofseven fara A .! f lrer:e p"tlh- ecods, fro0a t, mier O n. '
the Olympic Stadium In a bene- Nixon coasted to a five-hit tri man and Ginsberg. Byrd (6-7). l doa yrds.| former mae SWk e0r h-
rit match for the construction umph behind the heavy gunefs OfaFanovich, 'Tricano, Martin and ner Marest le by e -dl f or- a ,ta ot .02abate. 1 1 -
if Little League parks In Pan- the Boston batsmen. Gernert cof- Astroth. Hy pan er. eat of s ftay l c at -byoies-o -to th etwWObe-.I.-t0.N. 4
anw a City. elected a single along with his two 2" other ramne t.ipm tho "|earn. c om 6.bol -
The playing schedule is spIc- homers and Tom Umphlett got 'Night Game post two Ionfast a09a44 tt I'at one d foe the ard.wre -f "g4e ,
id with many social events.four hits while Billy Goodman Chicago 000 000 000-0 2 1 Lord Durhams Dlmneite, Stle ,aunieft ',u someone bl..owi. owi_. .,, --1 bA
guests of Paraiso. Wednesday ed run in the ninth ended a Rogovin 42-9) and Wilson.
night they will be entertained string of 21 consecutive scoreless Masterson (5-6) and Fitzgerald. netto.i game recant, L'S ever this harf Of tbenauib graft;
lfter the game by the Jamal- Innings for Nixon,, who gained' Favorite fas. about o26 panes, I t*. the es s.aisTe sootrI tar
tp n Society at the Jamaica So- his third triumph. Off Again? arvis' rebeck which 9"otchamoat eo P i 'ha h
S will be guests at a reception Masterson, who pitched a two- '....,n- ..'" 't"oo
lnor'sored by the Panama Phy. hit 1-0 masterpiece for Wash- ST.' LOUISF." IkO

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Berra,c 5 0 1 5 0
N ARRATED IN S PANISH! Mc' ougald, 3b-2b 3 1 0 0 2
Miranda,s 210 0 3 2
Carey, 3b 0 1 0 1 1
The ENGLISH copy of "A Queen Is Crowned" Reynolds,d' P 0 0 0
-0 narrated by Laurence Olivier will be shown 8ain, p 0
FRIDAY and MONDAY! Totals 32 5 9 27 10
a-Fouled out for Miranda in
SPLUS: 5th.
b-Flied out for Noren In 6th.
An exceptional film I c-Fouled out for Lanier in 7th.
--edO kErrors-Young, Kryhoski. RBI
Th4 J. O dhmRank 'Woodling, Courtney, Berra,
o .rgatk r "sMtsMize, Martin 2. ooko 2. T-,
Courtney. DP-Martin to Miran-
da to Collins; McDougald to
Martin to Collins: Lanier to
Courtney to Dick to Young. LOB
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-HEl4loman 5, Reyimolds 7, La-
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w DIRK BOGARD3E 1, Reynolds 3, lain 1. HO--. Hol-
3 'OGARDEloan 5 in 4 Innings. (Pitched
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b, ti. ,liceoln, Uarle Parks
gnd g.ea "-BuruI from Brazos,
d le gals form F PanaiPI,
avC, N. A D., Summit and

Coervecera Naclonal Is going
to see that the gals are enter-
-tained in te manner In which
y -are not accustomed, and
the Gamboa Club will have a
egt eersome as you are dance
tor thgale on 3 July.
sam trtildn san'windw sure
looks- pett wtth. all those prizes
on display. Th ale who take
hoe those trophies are going
to be hard to talk to.

How To Play Par Golf: 35 S

Slicing Is Most Natural Shot
Thirty-fifth of a series
Intentional hooking and sUe-
In are not shots to be toyed
with by beginners.
Don't ose them in a game up-
less you really must
The purpose behind Inten-
tional hooking and slicing Is to
give the opportunity to clear an
obstacle when there Is no chance
to. go ova, or under it. This will
not our often, amnuber reason
wh it Io not necessary for you
to concerned with it until
your game has reached and ad-
vanced stage.
For those who are ready, I'll
Is the --ost Saturala-
in ane for many players.
Slic l eliberhtely, however, is
11Ilsea so are's the cor-
rent wayto ps a shot which is

You Can a accomplish most of
the, trick merely by shifting the
hand. hRt your hands so the
V are intinIg up at your Chin
instead f overyour right shoul-
ismean the hands Will b.
more over the top of the shaftrtn
than In yourenorl gre ip .
Open your sanc yP
left foot back slghtly from -"
hIntendedline of flight of swing with an outside-in paSo
sthe ball. Thez execute your will result In the ball travel '"
swing with an exaggerated out- In a curve from left to r
side- pattern. This is a allce, a shot Mhetd.Ii-
The combinaMUon of turning fer executes too-often witho
the hands over on top of the even trying.
shaft, the open stance and a full

Ed Majors Elected
Prexy Of Pacific
Basketball League
The PacfiLe Bosketball League
held it's organizational meeting
Monday night. The followlnR of-
ficers were elected for the
coming season president, Bgt.
ward Maor, secretary nd
treasurer, Walter IXn fnllch,
apd a board of* goelnors In-
cluding Ben Sulsnn, Charles
Mar,'a, Charles McArthur, C. W.
0. Clirk, M/Sgt. Sullivan. and
A/2c Libbon.
Opening games Sundvy night
June 21 at the Balboa Gym will
find Mfuro's playing Junior
College at 7:00 D. m. and th
Air Rescue of Albrook Special
Troops of Am tI4r at 1:30
.i Aa"on for the i s m 3
be 25' c ta for adult and TO
cents for sll school children In-
cluding high school.

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Ed Mathews Sees N."Lo Along The Fairways

,. -a,.- a a.Amateur at
M A une d 45 homer s n bat 3006-he The Sanaineur a
'Mae~w tila= m y ev edo better. 1Inh ftk SWt ^o do of allu ladies
S counter-attraco to ournaments ever held on the
Mb.U0 tl "WI I stIw to are head of ex-
600 g. i MG OVt a and pVIMU .P a" beft
W me _~ bt e to-chanae number of
MMe e uu-i 1% = _se qualifiers from forty to eighty.
M sigSI Rn The Gambois Club has art
"and e ranged to hndli youngster,
Ism. while their- nio.i' h are bat-
tling on the cOtilr,.
aon l Gals from a oldubs have been
bw tose out 41lapng up their game,
to relh aI -- and It looks there wMil be
Sb ae leageeep ra % free for all In thte sc-
.0 herae ol ond through fih fight winner
At tb& 4t there arm only Some of tha wise boys lave the
S1 Bjackte Rob l Ralplh Ito f srprises there.
p W wu "boib sate" ,u e18 do Junio do 19$3.
MOM u=V, -but.p piYput otue the triky greens will
S i 0 re, tr-itte- tver iae at-t. l-t kat the k up plenty of strokes on the
Sbe W YomTo. ng ball hitter, -that Gamboa
ee ,-ws, t L 8S? joo ga,1t rqugh looks easy, but how dQ-
0 (ar 0 hon' t celyigandtthe mentP4 ards,
UaRai'a e ever went to number twohas been hedown-
Se a W k him field, fall of many a tournament lead-
i sM t Matthew i
t belOWatthnod ,slpthW Nattlc Tree will really be some Rblf
1I Wtha INi eto come In that first fiight thoh %,'ith
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Striking East Berl rs D"

Russian Tanks, Gurs, B ulI'
I. qu our A.,.
BERLIN, June 18 (UP) A East Berlin n rwaper ailued Rumors went a i nd "that a BI e t i roeka aid ta .t
general strike virtually paralys- to appear. Only keiteen *affs number of child wre cnrush- at et i ans'. t ons O
ed East Berlin and major Soviet were at power plant. Warkers 6d to death tu eds of eo 10.0 o ii
zone cities for the second on the vast Stal ll AIMie I Soviet bk* th et ed t nAtw D ht
straight day today in defiance ing project remained offtlr pase i I4 d< A a I he
of Soviet tanks and guns. joaw. .- .acotah b tilhe a dr
SElevated, streetcar and most esmatedr *AI a&eRit Mtl Rm ulsts a ia eu
FLOTILLA EN MASSE- Sailors gather on the deck of the UV..S. subway tines remained at a vt mer3 d en te peate local fa-
Baltimore as battleship H.M.S. Vanguard passes during the Cor- standstill. Factories attZempt- I=. men with bieh a' tiihe hs j grat .e av,
nation naval review off Spithead, England. One thousand ships, ed to reopen but theCom- and 270 tanks wasu tanks us the ," -r eantroL
representing 22 nations line up for the greatest peacetime naval munist radio admitted 'W- EaSt, Berlin. The gunfire rattled.and eoed ameUthst-' .
parade as Queen Elizabeth II watches from her Royal Yacht, gents and proVoaters" were Red Army T,34 tank clanked through the riot torn m ieta all Some scrambled up the sear- t nw
Surprise, which passes behind the Vanguard. holding up work resumptionl noisily up and down main East day and into the evening, red Btandenbur gate a"d te opera be
Berlin thoroughfares and set up down t huge red f l .
C road blocks at main crossing It began as a demeastratlen flow ver It h since the fam e M t la 4
2 7- e h G la points into West Berlin such as for "free ele Tn." bTh i t 2 They burned the flag. l mat nlyl
S tI TS I he otsdamer Plate and Bran- out of ba He ad uper al epeadW
denburg Gate. I lte a fli-i t A column of 15,000 tou a a nd
Martial law, eampe down tie makings a i wrwkmets out across the orn T a
I yesterday afternoon t the against the ...-a01 sector.
Height of rioting by an estimat- East German so They "inWaded" ast a away rea
SrlTO m aed 100,000 East Berlin worker : ag and orm the. h w.:,
r r continued to hold the Soviet Oviet T- 4 tank MOS Walr Ulbright t. h on
TOYO, June 18 (UP) A record also involved a Globe- ed hill as it was coming down for sector in an Iron grip. field guns ad r dowhand detareda oftee I t
TOYJn 8(t.--adWest poure!w ame. n eXd t
Globemaser crashed and burn- master One of the big planes a landing at the Sao Paulo air- Traffic between F and We1Wst poured lll i- nnm p6=t of tAed
Globemaster craTokyo today killing carrying servicemen home for port and turned Into a flaming Berlin was halted. The Pulian premier *or hom t TA dto B
all 127 passengers and crewmen Christmas crashed at Moses funeral pyre. Blazing pieces of and German Communist police coin ol *
alln the worst airplane disaster n Lake, Wash., Dec. 20, 1952, kill- the craft were scattered over a refused to allow even pedes- brushing s ade the e Wil o *.
in the worst airplane disaster in wide area. trians to cross between the East the government the In Te first" ho we f ied ~ b n lead a Tenn to ja 1.
Several instances had been re- Firemen an4 rescue squads and West sectors. The rioters bun o de trom the goveramenta1dtng
The giant double-decked U.S. ported in the past week of engine reached the scene of the crash To all intents the east aetor ripped from standalsds 'aefer ln the Leiplge strnm jw",ath-
r do t ecn oughe acraoshdge S pehe
Air Fore, transport plane had trouble occurring on the planes. with difficulty owing to the was sealed off from West for- they were found' SEW ew me
taken off from Tachnkawa air In two known instances during densd woods even though the- lin. stoned the Commaes metue ___
base, k 5 miles to the west of this the past week, Globemastera had plane in crashing cut a wide p police" edack and 01d ubtmated.u ni'cln"IO___
city, but was returning when it to return to base because 01 me- path throughthe trees, eUnl fire etwiceethis r or.Wemarerepublic.'eon setral. ""--
crashed and burned. chanical troubles. The airport control tower said I on nall re of dem- It was borne aloft on make- The rMter d before. the
The plane crashed in the rain it has been in radio communica- oantrato Jut e the east shift poles by youths .boating tank, w Oe macin ms were
A helicopter circled the area at 4:30 p.m. Bad weather had tion with the Constellation when seeor boundary in the PoW -as did the worked all through shattering over their ndM. "
and reported no signs of life. The held up the flight earlier in the it heard an explosion which ap- damer Plats are the d ay-"retelt, sreht"
Air Force said all 120 passengers day. parently caused the accident. fr hirst heard treed
__,_day._the The first shoo wastbeard freedo l
and seven crewmen died in the Japanese fire trucks rushed to from the LelphogerAra e -at. Premier Otto Grote.,l t f drew t L :re ,,
flaming wreckage. the crash scene to extinguish the a.m. ua ermany, in X a l. t-, dt 'i .
The worst previous crash on flames. At 1' a.m. Communist police Deal or order, tri"ft lay.-the -.a
Meanwhile in Sao Paulo, Bras r !fired about 50 rifles and sub- b ia on "provoeaturs. ad shelirg
zil, authorities today were .in- I machlnigun shots the direo- pnt of fegn co :, ".
Slnk NM11w vestigating the crash of a Con- aL tlas0 of I na standing tr1 .T P ln ofa forelgw coun
S l~K l C atellation of Panair 'do Brazil in front of the Potsdam- MantBfltland ?rMeo .RW--
which yesterday caused- the er Plats railtoadb iaona. None tai dant nd W Berlin la -
SMdeath of all seventeen persons JWk Y WW l of the demin4rtraor* a. a 9e the Ineto
,pGII aboard ten passengers and troundedm~but one-Was settled ind ee
seven crewmen. PARIS, June IS (UP)-Radl- ragged d off bY CommlnUlt po- statement apid tra Ur D
The plane, en route to Buenos cal Socialist leader Andre M arle ce ey t"fully agreed on the other main h
Aires from London crashed at told the National Assembly to- restof. denanatss atng bl order aa
9.NEW YORK June 1 9:38 p.m. It plowed Into a wood- day that should it confirm him tors fled into the U. & set In the Western seet 'And on the
NNW YO a tJunal Ma ( e o as Premier he would tell the A ndreb h ust drle y down thecoth sab llt of adoUtng h -
The Co National MaritieBermuda conference France no ebrs
Union said today it was begin- cantn c the ost ce. rStasp oe bsy Ws Br-n lt
ning wage negotiations with The longer ,an support the "crush- St a clampe mandants "te S early tat t taM
'wa ll T h e Ing" m ilito burden and w would w The Soviet prmyl welA Pee ar m andante c a p -es clearly that ,nd at -3
several -~ma~l shipping operators. Ing"awilntaryBeurdenYand nolherdth..l..., ___ ro
Contract talks with major ship press for four-power talks with law on Berln ye- n rer the Aid t ary.
o1rar' haJBe been broken off. u esBenchN Ruia. nor the West BDafin ,udoritles
owr. Hedle Stone, treasurer off. ges The 55-year-old premier-des- It mposeda curf0ew- and for- have in anM'manner whatsoever Whenever waiAt rowds
treurbade gatherings more than either drW directly in- erml jn deflatne of the
the NMU, said the smaller corn- ignate said that While the" ooersl~ aotro ops ited or T ubred suh demonn law: defes, th e .

hips at Atlantic and Gulf Cast fined $15 and senteed to serve task would be to demand that been ki r th o i o-edy.itb sde -awWrthe
pa i ans responded to the union's sic rule" of his newho vernment under shoot-t a i^! orderspa-. sration. < : aS At i oM 1H

yoked a "no contract, no work" The 23-year-old Panamanian Marie told the lower house Some 10 0em wheo me. Leoverntrusel. the cai 'ith
policy early yesterday after ex- committed the theft in the Quar- his cabinet woud carry on the Western setor holitls .nsar T" u e had i e. e'
piration of their contract with ry Heights exchange. The cigar- past government's European the border were packed w tw fro the 3' me aolel
the Eastern and Gulf operators. ets were worth $2.13. unifation policy while "care- victims r s
They announced they would re- A 22-year-old Army private fully watching the repercussions Sem n East declines who atlon t, he d b hhei
suse to sail tny vessels until a was fi ned a total of $15 this kof other events whose develop- sa thee n u lrg adte
new contract is signed, morning. William N. Smith was ments are unforseable and l .
Contract talks with the major found guilty of driving a motor- which force us to refrain from esualt mus elb ]coas te j Tigger- fM j
ship operators broke up Mon- bike on Balboa Road without a any hasty action." much hher, f a tk
day night on a deadlock over driver's license, for which he was The outgoing Minister of Edu- mbl red barthas in oa teS AEtaS- the e
waas and overt, fined $10. For unlawfully display- nation made the statement in derat an te
iaUllng scheduled for atdty .posed. Smith Is attachhed to Co. the nation's h post-liberation ,.,. .. '

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