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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00003
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IIIJE PANAMA AMERICAN Game We Can All yAt -
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CASLE ADDRESS PANAMENICAN, PANAMA
^ jCOtf OFFICls 12.17 CENTRAL AVENV BETWEEN 12TH AND 13TH STIEYTB -S -
PoREwN PRIICUeNTATIVE,s JOIHUA a. POWERS. INC OI. jllle ,
345 MADIsoN Avg. NtW.YORK. (17 N. Y. IT ,
"WH IH N ADVANCE 1.70 1 2.0O
nl MONTHS. IN ADVANCE ,O 1.01
n. 0YEAR. IN AOVANC-S .o 4.00o By Victor Rtisel
CHICAGO Ift a little Span- B
ish town the other day oypsy
Rose Lee opened a crackling
cable urgic g her to rush home
S e t e aD rot E- c e is for a civil war inside the U. S..oF-
In N e w Ia. YEB o rt war- maed her confederatesIln
I "iN eq w Y o rk the AFL needed her talents.
But Gypsy was busy. So, the
AFL turned to other stars -
ABOUT TOWN Joan Blondell and Beatrice
S OKay grandniece of Bahuel
S Former Defense chief Louis Johnson is at May's following Gomperst and they hit the
V'* brain operation...Mrs. Joe Nunan, wife of the accused ex-Tal road wi t h musical comedy
Ihtommeioner. is rich in her own right. Inherited from kin... troupe s out of Chicago, provid-
t.*i 'nhower's camp hears the Satevepost is coming out for ing the latest and gayest AFL
im... Clark Gable and his fiancee Natalie Thompson sail for propaganda in an unnoticed
4l rope May 6th...Cugat and Abbe Lane plan to wed May 5th labor war which may reach
at the Miami Beach Casablanca...W. Wanger's target, agent into every home and crossroads.
4tnings Lang, is practically new again...Gloria Swanson's new It is not inconceIvable that
A Secret is a Detroit tycoon...Ex-champ Abe Attell s gravely before this civil war is over it
llt eth Israel...Ethel Merman confirms that she l wiil e will make th& debate over steel
|. devotee in Mexico City and expects to be free on June 9th... secure sound like a slow fter-
uoted crack at the Newspaper Publishers' Convention: seizure sound lke a slow after-s
S il 's: "I am not a Truman Democrat. I'm a True De- noon at the annual discussion
rds:I am not a Truman Domof the National Assn. of Sum-
Ea t r new!" mert ime Allergist4.
French frock designer, is not inconceivable
Th ab les :"Ja cqus be aboefdok Ithat mtllionr at dollars will
sebuslv Ill in Paris. Intimates fear -he may never be able to at il o ll r u
wo'k again...Platinum blonde Stefan i Allen's trip (via the lie, be spent; that war factories .
is inspired by Orson Welles...The Aga Khan's long-time ro- and apartment houses will
mance (Ida Passeroti) has returned to him...Ex-King Carol is not go up over their /oun-
belit Vd suffering from the ailment that killed King Geo...So- nations for months; that
cale Dick Smart. heir to a great Hawaiian pineapple fortune, television broadcasting will
is singing in a London cafe...Wild Rumor: That Stalin's ace be dimmed; that city tran- W
hatghet-man is in the U. 8. To punish thoes who fingered Al- sit services and gas and
ger His. electric supplies in some e- s
ties will be slashed. and -
'"hn Jacob Astor confides to chums that he is bitter about that Jurisdictional strikes
marriage and says he probably will never marry again. Too ex- will flare in our national
itshte at $1,000,000 the wife...Curtain going down on the John communications system.
nettles. Be's the actor. She's Jane Alexander of the Soc. Keg... The AFL and CIO are at war.
John Payne's next bride, coasters hear, may be Barbara Bates Some AFL papers actually are
.The Rex Harrisons (Lii Palmer) plan returning to England headlining news that they are C"
their next picture. Both bitter ever Hollywood saattitude.. Mapping Civil War On CIO." a odt
rginla Hill and husband Hans Hauser (itemed nearly every- Most dramatic of these bat- *- 4 ,
Sbere as apart) now chlef a gambling casino In Acapulco...His ties s the feud for leadership
o6esi u elan has given the chill to socialite Everett Warren, for nt e I the feudatios 500,000 wor kership
1 yi the nightclub called Toni's Caprice. Rrrdarleh!... Her- nf the nation's 500,000 workers
Smith, chairman of the board of U. S. Rubber, is very ill in the country' telephone and tC
Rot evelt Hospital After an -emergency .. Martha "Meet The communications systems. -
ountree becomes a bride any minute. Or has she? O o On B the infan io oW r
"George Raft and Betty Binder let It wither after a brief to control switchboard girls and
f ling. Her new interest is Allen Grant, the furrier The eyeful the huge plants which turn out oode W ork
f Armando's with Walter Delafield (of the Blue Book) was the intricate telephonic equip t
Sutton of Berle's Old Joke Book....Several leading show ment, the tough old Interna- -RUARK
wpr4amnfigures retaIned Joe Nunan as their tax advisor. Their tonal Brotherhoos of Electrical e a n r
Slp a is terrible... Champ shot-putter J. Fuchs has transfer- Worker ts oA nce again prov- I e -- t
A def Cover Girl Evelyn McBride... It's a boy for the Horace ed that the AIaL s 8not a lumber- a
Sttons of the Sat. Review of Literature. Mother Is the former Ing, aged behemoth. Incapable ALBUQUERQUe, N. M.-In the midst of all the A great many medical marvels have resulted
cy Waring Tammany chieftain Ed Flynn is still at St. of moving th the tes hope for comprehensive cures for cthaer, diseases from research firt based on the need for more s
SL 's, Wr.but improved...The Empire State Bldg has leased top It reached into Chicago for a of the heart, tubeneloals. and ae l the other kil- knowledge of the weapons and antidotes of war. i
stories to teevy People for $500;000 per annum... Kid Gavilan progressfve labor leader in ls ier--a ho en so blht in the a ork of research Out of bhe blast experiments may come the
flltsO Gil Turner in Philly July 7th. If Turner- wins the cbh;.o- TV equipment division, chap plants such as the Lovelace clinic here-there is single thing they need to know to curb a dozerr t
pVionship, his hext fight will be for the Runyon Fund....Mrs. by name of Frank Darling, and a sinister piece of irony. different diseases; out of the aton-bonb research a
h ac Pearl hasa newt mint via the stock market. "made him National Director A famous British scientist. Dr. Solely Zucker- already has sprouted miraculous sidebars for
emade hima National Director Of man, has besp conducting experiments with the good.
,-- Wasingl Wire: Averelarriman's candidacy cued Telephone Organization. local aclties. I am no man of audience, and a.thing more
ir e tora- sdon t Wre: Averell THarrm an's candidacy ched Instead of hitting the road His subject is secondary blast front atomic complicated than a spark plug baffl me s comr- t
ft h cove 1n to a di- Into his past. They fear he's the only wethe a rew of broganned or- bombs and its effee ela the haman body. It is a pletely.
*,rI;eqi who is-a ThAoroghbred...The Ellen Knauff ease anes, Darling hit on the completelyfreh flid of scientif.curiosity, with But-I have been sitting spellbound ford b
.re-o; c bhe's the freed aelmi held at Ellis Island three completely But I have bemn sitting sllbound for ays
s. Mole ary Intelligence promise a bombshe 8ll, etc...N se od newest of unionization stunts ve tle precedent listening to some of the almost-mIgicR thingel
sg a lecture-touer offne...The Taft bcampIs disavowing which may yet revolutionize Te vast power that surge Otward from an that may be done ia esertiv siagery aa
-of the 1tsefes edo" at Eisenhower. Quez No. Ifwas la aicsatomic xplon, after the 0ok of Its therapy. .
othsuHe starred Beatrice ay in the cause they sweep forward and Vuve t o. er I Am
S lmn: Lined up all GOP Governors to okay the General e first and Joan Blondell in tue ward at such tremendous peed 'that greater today can be bpUz you a new _ensgk raom out
of inet nal t o oer s b c tr e a second, now about to tour the human damage may be doric far from the sanlb of an old tin cati nd It sp l of rusty baulng
The Jerry Brandis (Edna Johnson) have atomic'd. She is midwest. than n the t.r blast ybe the boys wit. eentellblowupthe
sim or non-support...-Edith DUrston, the socialite, who once No amateur muAical opera- It .powall, focarry instance, for blas power r to Maybein their pboysWionate tly blow up th, we
-ue romantic copy for local editors, l now a Pan-American tions these. They a no the o re wfull aw- h a r pr tle f kn t-browed re sa tor Mlays his tut eopar
Sal'ardes .."Junior" Jackson has retired ro th ier hour-andtwenty-minute shw g M button in the wron test'tube, but if the world t
chorus. The reason a millionae...T. 0. Brooks, co-owner of -and, aor1 t g to the t e doesn't pop MI' convg ced a lot of peopleqW ut live
tn Embers, out-M i...es Tommy soon wheurn (e. het y 'Two on ank with Bert L"ahr' ..te ntidote here Is ironic, too, in such a com- longer and feel a lot better.'
con Mode. his 9th bride...M. Bdrle' chauffeur (. Dela') "'wo on the le" and with plicated age. A wet handkerchief held elase over small miracles are worked bin, the Lovelace
onsolng Connie Anderson, unwinding from dance di or Top Banaa." the face for a few minutes provides adequate Clinic as a daily chore, and peoplewho would
lly Wanger..."Mr. President." the Truman brog. is .the protection frdln the powdery partIcles that might otherwise be dead and planted ~ off with at
ot on the non-fictio lists...Joan Craw ord arrives May 2th These Musical revu# bid samother A Tew Victim ofa scientitflc enterprise. least a comfortable extensl#Qn thir span.
S.Mary Martin's hlth Worries her Lo on friends. Rodgers directly for the telephone We can trace brain waves with electronics to- I passed a very happy nrtin in tie corridor the
ilHammerstein gave her a. two-week vation to see if that workers under electric light day, and tremendous work has been done with other day, who fell tm the ito1 wwith glad
hepsa ...Ginny Simms' big grin is over Stevens getting his titles of "Time and Charges" isotopes, but Dr. Zuckerman, and hisb5 aItans cries.
1l!$all decree. and "Guys and Dials." The don't know yet whether atomic blast leaves mTlsk The doctor looked apololleltiR at 11e, after
S ro y krsfait f gi g O atrice Kay show cos the on the lungs because of pressure from the rib the hgppy citizen had deyl" _
Broadwaybackers of Batista fear getting the Old They AFL electricians som cager eause blast tauten the muscles.e should he been deaek. the do-
ortedly donated $250A,0 to his "campaign"...Wal Streeter 000 a week for salaries The eperiments must be conducted mainly tor said. "But I think we've eut anMther
SMeredith and Life's Eguenle Pleper merge next month... road tabs in St. Patt, Des with small animals, under artificial conditions. Ave or six years of camparatveofort .
11 hy amell, esdifinctgd from eollywhod Ma Pasterak, dnls Mo an D a-ce it is scarcely practical to touch off an 1m I have kept this piece non-specific on purpose, I
the same edifice that shelters The One Who J atte. dwelnhe's a "ntutlih Omaha tra- in tthe presence of humans to find out what since I am no expert. y
e*aak spot prop...It's a girl at the H. Faber of the N Y, Times. ic usnes til it was flded as ues lung destruction at a distance from the But I came out of here feeling fair hapep
was seriously Injured in Korea...Vlratlia Leigh, -041, me ot, of existence ionabout the physical future of nkid he w
1 amour deb, ra*spa dling wonderfully to Memoritl Res- I a few days the oan e scientific curiosity which sponsors a r- just behave himself and let the boys.1 the white
treatments...ula aymond was bounced at MGM. She il~ell musical will hit the search on blast is not entirely a snide comment coats play with their Intricate toys of th labora-
-V her notice after touring the nation reciting the wonders of cCircuit for Cities In MirMsuota on th' limes, however. tor7.--
Ilme U. S. A."...Four national mags and two film firms the Dakotas, Iowa, and witl
ie UI.ln scripts on the prison riots...Reason you havenol Wind up in Omaha, Nebraska.
a1 much about Xay Kyser lately: Retired to his North Care.- I each Community, DarHia ng
home assorting all those-4,0 bills. moves into the biggest theatres, 1 -7 I OU 1
1 armories, and high school an.- ,
S cookie Harry Gross decided to "sing" against the 18 cops on ditoriums he can find. In at,
.pledge that his 12 year sentence "might be reduced to aI Ptaul, for example, he's booked %E
Mmonths"...Clara Bow's health took a bad turn at her into the Municipal Auditorium -
Monica retreat...Comics Laurel and Hardy, after 1ll those lome can seat as many as 5,-
S Pope. Lrs. he's the publisher, are dnfanticipaing. Mis. A week before arrival, flal- tn gb )eabt theA..Da starh vtiats.t a ltpa

his tax case. U. 8. Health medicos say they don't know raters, urging them to bring Oa.eAlcoun, h. C.. area.


derotandable CIO efforts to kill scheduled n hearings, though q commLtee in- These are aid to be the reasons workf twol't

all Just two acts aw n ie. 100 wortm now on the job at this world's and old houses are said to be turning people
o n s T u o a speeches al arg ount e s te Du ont Co n prto ict fawd y a t 0awerekotn more.ea Plier -
'D warl getindste anl thed. nho w mbhOther comolaints come fromihousrag Foeramle c ai tc be The traile wr par wronetr
th5-minute union organissdbecause the didn't.get cut inhhndanred b ethed ealtom erry Cterr Contractn tepfor.this eeteupltW

*all*No union, no matter how big Justhetwoat galn os ee rmu now on th o at t w -o. clcu ancrl h net arentald to e a woth
Ible agiumes as mluteashH~y for eme ** i e y rs 14 08000ln to r hi t t r ae r anu ure wTohde ae cl rltc sm hrv e r soithe i as, r .ml e f o
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a and you can't hire an *efec- Even -if the government should TuD #to IAsbge under water pqt of the tS1 e Dome trafl-
CURUNDU HOUSINGM speakeCr or l than extra 66t of several million adft f taml- en have been prote tby InddSld dlfes. The
150 adn expenses th orary. ing, Atomic nen m C am f- plaee has been dubbed lteay, t.
days. So fit Was arwalbiovthis loss will be m ito w.d .s MAItf this wasn't enough grWIOf&@oen
idea to get the union to the have been if the government had buils p. tabilizatten has now comes bio l*.V i 019sons
s reallyL a shame to live or even try to live under the mountain. some telephone rated its towns that the ABC-guaranteed rates are too h.
having system. operators have drivenpt This wash formula followed ,ll A cling of 6 a week n 1glhe UI msL25 ath
41the raw tinrgs I have seen on the Canal Zone, I and 75 miles from snma atomic ndfltions at Oak R a eek anmdble rooms, has bee applied to the
have never tuMht that we have such lack of human eFros roads phone Vwl, 40. It caused f dmtoy U its.
rnted m the people who are in charge of the to ge ttot he bg ing build and operate tt AM-has protest d bthis ruibW. 1ity icks.




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diliaton in Ouxundu. ',mwea- d Sp liwha zFtugh trouble, i URMwt would have t the cor-
hpect aI en iwt m e who I'll be. ir will et a town te s nact'r inpi a' a d ,MW
Sto N Se ham for S utn toe bmute w hene tryt' dto get private s" .-'t ,i S t g-and -g .
t e qautern 1201 b164 8 ed to e orbVe not Ioa e ts. -st o tete davannah rm iver 00hSTwovan- alU ato go*tM
Zprsted.In to trouble. -_l -e zowyj o w-u s 1W
evtm Inspected becfMe the plame in found iBa doe.I -smmoIn 'Le contractors wanted tx, Wbon 42*YW as h t g&
v a ovamm walos. esils ha evewryhing is in a liv-dte amract amount otw any 0mey. Wioher0 015*?- aml fieo -
t*1 I vWD WOa If that thi "lving arters" have -statePnt cmay. approved tbei. sv t it consid ers *TSd t
11' t Infb ra aes. "~n 0- -ert' ula ft h On 45M0 dormitory unft fr -guft- 0lMO & WW sutS that wMe moving around hre and ReSfno adthe L era being butby Lyle P"
m quarter. a w I wont le this letter aerm theiln r the government go -. EurWji- 'hi* It t e. n ^_ a

"t ooe- he05 Ge04 story,eWnto be. 1ooMpIted durinRt3e -


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idetia letter, dated March DI, to Kelauver's cam iM
rtr ld n V! cnidate i e
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'ZI uld refer that tlo lett er be kept cbM ..
RIK,! U A re wrote autla. l, "
S I been pproached bY some fl
ong bqge ietr Wl the Indladta Dem oet
to me thlt they wOuld be haytr to M" aet
fhe oIana'e t elegt4e t te nata e ng
o ce r thee is alwayatbt p n I
iolitlc e tht, sort-but the offtr preei t
have ttatively acctn
The Indlan warf =tlea then got dbewn to biMola's
MOaOMUM DMZAMT
"Because of the Ipna ImVoStLd-It wO ettalute t St.i
ier delegate II t`M I* would h fapp ingabt brifl lto We
ob in sUCh poor districts as tohe ataoond,
"While I cn take care of any0 Ntat in a
nd I am willltg to sacrifice a we v s in Pai ,
that there aredees or d ontr butwsib or some $_qb
several hundred dollars whOh wouem be a very hifi .
me. .!
"I probably could solicit some funds from futindI.. VA tS


Tr io mloreimm rfa t o.uanatiun.
S0 tie Befaumrer would like to know What la a .th bt
om of this strange ri ast for a financial toueh "b.,I
eyvral hundred dllat :
Bloomerg eonfeased to this column that
St"polte ar t ented tha he had
itor Ktefauver fot r MW tO y,,I asked Jack OMften
campaign manager ff he uhd help me out. After 't
ntlrely poverty-stricken.
In btis letter to Kefauver headquarters, Bloemberg a .o ddid
hat "for the time Vsg, I wOuld have to tmtakin tM fck.
around on the eIhpaigntr Kefauver In this state."
Kefuyrer, howev indicated that he is not interested In Wbta
idising delegates, thloAgh he would i e to cateh somente tryllfi
It.
NOTK..-Th ReOiblicM Pay P theliuo

but theY haveso to a _ut
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To t e the v1a t A peopT hft
oeen "a poWt-o pt 'ts nr.i
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tion oftlotalh J y a In ?
,000 000-ton atOOl.
Ths wasbrn tout a a closed-door meeting Of miol
tion chefe inefa g no tion bow Manly lisschanL t
energy chairman oron Dean and aluminum cat auEir AMi
"To avoid the poibilty of l aving 1 AL
third time to meet War needs declared Anhoer dw_
ed to establish. after oivla0 n require nf haeo bas mi t64
008,000-ton stockpile objectlv. whit could be attained
an official aluminum policy of purching metal trt 1U I ,
other use. -
"Barring all-out war," he predicted, "a stockpile Of 1r-
tons of aluminum coUld.be accumulated by 1960 on the bIa lf
currently planned xzpasion." .. _
He suggestd that the stockpile objective deuld 'Wmet by
limiting civman consuMption to the present level until 1960, bul
foresaw "strong oppoatton" to "depriving the civUlian area S r I4
length of time in order to accumulate a government stockpile
during a limited mobaliatton period."
Instead, Anderson urged filling civilian orders first and stock-
piltnl on the imrplus.
The over spnentwould become the "residua*r Iae e fe
aluminDm production which the civilian economy not want,
he explanod.
Dr. Zay Jeffries of the National Researeh Coutncil Wae P
that long storage of aluminum may result In MdeWo ton.
"On contact with molit air, aluminum abioult yr d
R coating is formed which has to be melted off, he .
neischmann suggested this could be solved by rotatin t
stored alailnum In an exchange arrangement with tbo pr4Ou
In the end, the group decided that a 1,00,000-ton goal-teW
stead of 4,00,00--was big enough for a starter.


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L st week the collentoen w#A sool session. Finally is
S.,,ents.. Other comm unit z es o .arwe
Arb on. ech uled as follow.,.
aSnr. & .a . .ri.tl schoolSon May S, o. ( ) -t i IMPOTANsT
mc- .- .-- from to M P in. at ic ily, 3 ,' V sit Clifornia farm sRO)
( S6 e Lo M Schotltobal Element ao2 to ewach students how-to

ba~so s sRK __ M oon school, May It E INhow th ss'ntinu g
"tohil l .g, ,, ... . .i, ll" during school hours. how to ride leasure
OaAS *S a 1 t coclcoo M Ay 1A horses and w to
during acool ooutahd a I&tf.
M -. -, 'to9 p.m. On Wedn .
son* *. Diablo Heights Mefele t till 38 to June 4 during school
to 2 during school hp urs iour on Wednesdays, May
w ,mu m ..o I ..albo ElemaIaq k. fr lae 7 to 9 p.m.


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LLYWOOD, iNEA) On swim. She gave a magnificent you-were-before-you-we r e-psy- "'_.T i my two CA.LJN
ord: Maureen O'Sullivan., acting performance." 'choanalyzed" party. 6S- .wamnt t6 As
banning publicity photo-, Lilitana De Simone. the Ital-' O be' e most UN.MP
Sof her seven children: lan actress. on Rome fashion de- Note to the censors: One of El WmWW ,ahBarao -
's such an awful bore to ev- signers: sa Lanchester's ballads at a Hol- ter-bufldgwlt World.',
e It gets to be like a three-i "They all try to make women lvw'OOd night club la: "Vice Is So ---
circus. And I know the chil- look like the last pare of an Nice. If you'V* Iot tho
resent it." I American fashion magazi n e. reve tal 'tib r
e Evans. on his role of a When the dress overpowers the Dialog to think about in Para- Terry In t b fan 4Iss
beaded pirate in "Mutiny': woman, whieh Is the Italian de- mount's new thriller. 'The Ato- here'as be f*At ftlanation'
"I's getting so that in every signer's aim, it may make a good mic City filmed at Los Alamos. "My mother tWtaithem right on
S.pictue I hardly speak above a picture, but the woman's person- As the son of an atomic scientist, me."
whisper." Iality is lost."
Dorothy Lamour. on happy Novelist Eliot Paul, famed for -
imarriage: authoring "The Last Time I Saw
"A smart woman picks a strong Paris": ,
.-Wman picks a weak man who charming people I used to write TIH SA VINil
eBs on her. A wise woman picks about? Well. I )ust can't stand
4a mate." ;them anymore
John Carroll, on movie box- Lucille Ball describing her ba- Institution Guaranteed by the Sltte cARS BE
office: by daughter I IT DPPED
"The producers are trying to "We think shl looks ]uLt like! SOON A5V
destroy the very thing that Winrton Churchill But Itii0out Pays 2% Interest Annually on SaVf Accotts
makes movie stars boxoffice- the cigar. .
.temperament It's about time Miti oGa,.nor. afr.er healing IaITIAL D SIT a
-ollywood realized that actors leopard wouil hiave a bit part in' INITIAL DEPOSIT .
are NOT like other people. I'm her new movie.
allI for Mario Lanza Shelley "What' worry in m is wholl We make loans with uarant on fir mO
Winters and a few more of the really have that bit part-I orwith guarantees on first mortgage
Current crop who know what the leopard." or other geouritlef.
they want and fight for it "
Corrine Calvet, on beine com- Vivien Lelph is the dark hore
Shared as a "character' to Shel- In the race for "My Cousin Ra-
0 Sy Winters: chel Both Joan Fontaine andI
Olivia de Havilland will burn if C RI 1TM AS U NTX
"Honev I'm a settled down rhe lands the role.. That blast J
,,tr racter." from James Mason and Pamela 5Cr S_ 6j Ct1
'os Jourdan On movie cen- Kellino about Hollyood's social c -
C'" hip: eliques was an eye-oper.er. but;
irdle and bra advertise- the reports say that 'he printed ALEY OOP
are fr more version w.as tame compared to deposits are accepted thru a period
and destructive to impressionable'uhat th really sid
young people than the French "of 4 weeks. .RE
movie. 'La Ronde.' which was Montgomery Clift is set for the OTHER USES
-benned in New York" role of a priest, falsely accused of FOR MYDOC
SJam es Mason on his acting, murder, in Alfred' Hitchcock's Individual safety deposit boxes. for jewelry and RIHT No
..' "I wish I could take acting next thriller.
-li htly. I really do. I wish a snap documents, in 4 different sizs.
So*ef the fingers would get me on Claudette Colbert's L-ndon-
*and off thp se: and in and outimade movie "White Blond has OFFICE IN PANAMA: COLON b~ACH:
of the mood But it doesn't work been retitlpd 'The Planters Ioe Central Ave at Pre ft B
* -that way with me Every seene Wife" to avoid the impreion of eotmer.ef 'q" street.
-before the camera is like a first racial discrimination A Wash-
S"*n"ht on the stage Ington. DC.. theater owner is
i. -' Morrison, after a trip to planning to film burlesque strip. 0. R. De ROUX CARLOS MOwVNIES V.
Lo -don: teasing and blackouts for nation-N Manager. S6g-llilh|(.
"A film star's career i En-al distribution. The guv'sY name "
A film star's career in En- is Bernard Lust MOM and8 :
Lollvwood. The fans there almost hy Dandrld ct huddling Prc 8:00 a.. I .
1opt a performer they like and onSATURDAIo: ftm ee n.1. to 15,3 pa.
there is no such thing as a has- Andv Wilson. the comic. aays BOOTS AND
been. An actor ,Atomat>'ally
bn nact o fro mleadinto chatr-"a lhe's going to give a "come-as-'
Fpduates from leading to char- -
0, Seer roles." ,A Nt"r
Vaughn Monroe about the Ig EW ORt
,Vance band business: I Ms Pu
'e used to average 200 one-
niight stands a year and make
anI"nmorethey The Chase National Bank !
ey once did. We need someone,
tdlivgnl" a new dance like the
.,Jitterbug. That will bring back of the City of New York
-. t'l-dance band "
.Geraldine Brooks. on movie
'Stardom:
"In ms t cases, screen success Total resources over $5,446,879,593.87
oeames too easy. No wonder it
goes to peoples' heads."
John Hubbard. on his early
Movies playing on TV:
"I look at them and say. -What general Banking -
a callow youth I was. And what
S sucker to accept that particu-
r piece of direction.'" cu- PANAMA BRANCH CRISTOBAL BRANCH CAPTAIN EA
Viveca Lind form, about her
.)n rry-go-round life: COLON BRANCH BALBOA BRANCH
"Everything is happening to
me. Television shows, a movie, a
new home and-now let me see- DAVID BRANCH
oh. yes-I'm having a baby in ,
SJune." 1


Director Mervyn Leroy. about
tsthler Williams In "One-Piece
Br '"Ing Suit."
'its picture will prove for all
tl that Esther doesn't have to
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wi ,,th aSes e about thhe Fr itd S ...

ll tath ed 1 :. I u l room program si r. .
r op ariusn c frou ndtes.t0 6

na s hi e classes wcill present a noSin .i.. w

"'a W?!&otut, ieosreis ad Canon ** e no were pies msw
ride .the eman t oi rtun plan to s thooltdy a. On Fridays De- for the at
Adm. Albert t. aldsoe, t d tnd th10:15. The a Isthmus May 30. was Georgia Conn, Mrs Margaret by Mll.s
Mrs. BledaLe. general tha And n ueat se J pbrihA Mstat 8 n operet:tMret. a te tra guest of honor at s picnic Bdmonds. Mi Oladys Harring- telit
commanding general o t t prog:!a h ein par given o t M. Nellie Voh and M
Caribbean Air Command, Br d prim y a group of junior riend who atend the I Low. d

eltlo. Mr. m v Ba of Mr. and Mrs. mer Gad- t ill offer a m al prar to th popular nder- Jy M. N N
nr; Mr. and MrC. gn L .:nr urundu. the school corridor at 1 p.m. ts tn h director, who h been in Mdr. Mary JoKon.lyl M onMae nado.Jae
dm M. a r. o te baby wl be named Tho' an dy toetlloweWrefnres- of the nursery school for clemonan. Mrs. Emma Barlow. A meo al M
Dr. and Mr. Adool r. mr Crosby. day with ope hue and elaSU gte t two years. She was pre- Mn. othy Rose Mrs. Mary diern B
s n g Cera l oahntee aTont uz YS school is planng v dlabra, a e If from the warren B. ehult. --
I .t Air Command.,Orl tr *-asno1 Tonight 1JiL U0 iOuamsfrthevstors, with a o l i Mrs F. lnd Mrs. Thurmlay.
mOan4rwi ga lt l Pansr- h Chaptper No, 1, Ora er a alcJAOlpantominebyih kn- re. Other present included Mrs. WfDhse o at
-hSW de lea s nre ; ofts anrnual etCpart and dance ttALa J.,lt .i rgart.r n a children an p.at.pm. M agemeniet. were ade by Edna Mendeo, Mrs. Sarah Reo- tr. mad S.

Mr. at Mt c CHotehase I b w i elow on Satar ay at tt, .rs. l ieokey and Mrs. Qenlteau. Miss Mabel Lyew. Mis te a-M l os en
rp.^ Chae timua ablpisnl Maaet1 thattee andPMl ei. P ntch. Naomi. a faithful Blan net evehoudt, Mnrs. Helen mark. The wBIN
s awddr cardam- c 0Programs by clasroon group r n the kindergarten for Cly, Miss Angelini Ng. Mrs. ties and vel in
th Rool rth % Mdge, fnocle canasta, or S1 wil be mven in the basement *- the past two years, was also pr- Mrin Rice. Mlii Colombo Luaue. early In Octoberl wm
eIi| aome r r o rla 0Of tled Slever City element seirt. Miss Carmen Calone, Mrs Jos-I retrn to New ork
e g htaonri*ng ra IMsRm Ga-a sou eol th daily from Tuesday Children who were present and ephine Qhen. Maa Aura Nep- 8.8, atoskcla.
lg tsthso u o. dwc wtrl be p A roarioary.n had a part in e r t the gist included: burn, Ms Josephine OCes. Mrs. ThIey an to aod i
rJ'n' ouh S fes .d w furnshed e that Armuy cfdnn iAlT lAbe .t 14onal proaramt are lan. Cath and Candy rKoOplc, Agnes Simon. Ms. Camille To- time In lted S5^ABS
Manor ue were Mr.* Sand. Spab prise. for dancing JS .4, ned for 10:30 and 1:16 on fee- C Kin., David Applequist, bin and Mrs. Revs Wishabaugh returning to Colosi.
S-r. an". sa awardin& of the door prIe, 8 1 day. when the Itermediate Lynn d tevens. Al Pat Lu- e dteset for the evening were .
Ia, who will mbs t r ad sterling benao r and coffee Vegrades will join the ja hhmstaevns. AlPatLu- oodlforss flor theevening were l.
nard "ae;a ni*te, will t. 'Mrs. Xmmr OW^ 410A
r. wndMr.AofAnrd anD r106ye6i 01M Us.. l*nh twea.Donns a Godwd, Mrs. 1Mso Kissam, Mrs. Claire Lrs, M.y.ler
ad da tr .... e ce lrh evenings .orchestra and gle club na aie. Uttherbach. David Dever Geniteau. Mrs. Lucille Hall, Mrs. Temte-ew
,S a.loE.i m r o fn msalma cal event. Cia Dah Carol and Tu. oeler ole. Mrs. Angetla Castl- Mr. Jesse L. _Byd, a
.AX0 fosts were present Co lhO...mwSar 'Panam Sal Leaviu'g lite, car Peter.on Carn i vid brens and Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. e,,n. LO
aAboutDoat Aeu Steward InIi l O Wunkle. DottIe Pratt. 'horl talk on tie court motto, week, willleavubp
e-m a son the,- a.Pnata"-. ,a n-ad J ,ohnnyn oh o and, inslatio, o.. fb InA.lat
nld dotJMSC.s, Blae -t$71 adrCatybndd anetlta prog am.o.. .elt6er, Deni s Chandher. Beers of the court wi. take place re. x t { w
Wright, who is to leave nlout I .5~ ItT. rme* Snlwq Colon Roe ital and did not aUil P, and Jeff Barlow, Michael : to parish ball nex tMonday her husband i the
Mmtp t. mrigh t oig ro. a daye nJ r PA, d.i with hns o, dit. and Le M0okle Jenn v at 7:0 Mrs. M on- will
slut" 4' s C rao alMs 4 3 at t h t lTfa .h l m t n nana'nhPphn" -r *Itch.BNao miaisa oity wuho a tu lav e s ort l fonar .le i miar
a, n. Mm. 0a.ga '% teh. i Iug eadp-r K IMLA553lit Ib expected that he wl rotu T....onitheCrryarteLCan- the ta.ts wiloficate.ly bMro. tegl
l-a,. 't lchle of the ieotlhn ploture -... t N Y o te n ndenr Nancy Tomlin. ruce Ieemr are urged to attend this and U.
Oeala Corp Dimer -btch, ha beft apobited ie 8tein, Virginia meing.
Members.. of the consular Cohbanlnm fqr the Paclf Side "The metmboars of our lunch.- C" e opa Mc a Ronayne, Gregory l
Corp Assoclation or Panama Fourth of July celebration, it rlre bridge otrsom enjoy the G.le, Alice Hfumes, Timm 9 Mhe.lM IPetemeMs .uho r M
wttere At the 3l Panama wa announceC today, many Interesting hands that up- aft Suie biley. Ann Gibbs a Me Saea On se
1oitel last evening for their r Itn your column" write r y ead., David WaUace and Mrs. Mael H. Wood of New tiaRrew.' -,
monthly dinner and melina. OffMae and woek plies on Martip Smith, of Baton Rougep, a aa Tranon. Jery arrived on the Isthaw -
Sthe Pacific Be will be can- L.f "MHe' a hand we played re- aI IlF LI II MaJAlY Fet edtWee Ibove the Olga Mnellsa. wler s
tahle IsthusMO.ranama vaused b the new co-chairman qntlyB tA maybatitig nal poa ae *parna d*C ad Flst vtenI oer t on-lgn-aw A pWatmlle twt.U
Exlcute sBecrit and Mrs. sald in the hope of obtainingR enough for tHe column. oS Ceff*iui adu daughter. the Rev. and MnS. bOh see, h B
Xg.nit L lale yester- dollar contribution from every "Nofth' free bid of one cpade Offleere' wdvee of the 4th MaadWert Petedon aad yteir eblal. HI ft ef att. eJwetta
lon tlei. B. Ptkt for employee to finance the project. induced South to wakt the r eisk, -a Da ttHlion at eort Davle gave a dren. Mainert l t.. Virsinia sd t if We.
Tork o..ttela olpteawOe- n -of Coe anotrup Wto Fcp moina coffee party Wednedy Charlel Henry, of New crictol. im.
Sat eheasnd o their on and Loal 9 Auxflaly fven.ii riyuSe to? two a Ons Cod oftPort wflv Oee M rs. tIef
< t' Idoet* BA iht (he aht hve r'am Sll u s -n K, Cordl 0eeror n salm, afnd Mrs. T andtM g ann at
ba ot s wil bnt d o Itaar Toni gt w tgh wen r- AnlvrV oitoc who has recently arrived ena Voysg. Partyao R olon t
iB t, sM theK-t.w ardoIn, i as-t oda y o a sa nitoD ind i t mrsa .tt.-.. a...... .. Crieio on the ,tha u. M t hwarts f Of tae ;,s.
b.'f ;i n o bsalt.0 *1B2 -: CU g ...n I 4 Cordo c fl the anth n t th aJ dhny oston Alex C -, ni
SWhttih'S- 2 b* -oo o B ,g alM .t. ,....................... .. n roup at Fort Claiyon. le wii
b -fe Wa ttorguetn -
Dinn rsdeso w ., ". Mr.c ightM.iefS o o e J.nn E seand 4s onfo-a.11
a ^rg tJ A ftai yd Nolh ar o th S.* 8 Pa m CDtenls Chan d e Stateco r and Mwi lmomrgte D plae h. a
is ester, sailed on the with the e of xhrs but now 5.1. 0* ..............w......... .M. ray Bg4y Ke-tt e wl3 eat the Wbenl Mofayfc
s mtarday for N That M Tf there was nothing t ast M ........................ y I e cathol Dat tN of to rYlaoTi New Jwn .i i I
fe the aSrtle or Mi That Mean Thf Aglai could do to un-block the suit. He weeny MalMg w Sew t ? , MSeam. Cha Loee ugas. America. Court 874, cureh of Brigs wtinn.r wen MnI Al- o, qw fi t i.*
aft Antoinette sAid JALbaONleSLV s. U P)- w ole t a i the ir ** Our Lady of the Miraculous Me- en Pinn, Mrs. Wilit M CLa y air
becelhbinted Du^an V51 b m ertoke into a"T round of she suit with the ten. hoses DuIshw: 5rws is wui ceeI dcl in New Cristobato hold a re- tin r, atad Mrs. dosrgqplT? wise he
becerttr od the middle of mares h1efta sstel W ed ntotRI Hud fOs TmIo cep7on at the Parih all a s ont Poo e. fr. Msn. Rus s W od ern
May. Ass. iwtooraatabrougttMal celatsoy.It. anrdgefiny preturne th AA (re Si tiE mbr he sut d g he or teoc ttant
elit av e uslP.antam. th outeoung Uptls for an y. lti of cinel.rsi o ut Oot New vM Monday evenin totre Snow welt theiiene he *1 a i ssd
Mr.atihtc al s-a Mrs, are Mcaodariy of honr gusts w ]on votheIsth

Gam ad ve rase ispade two diSmonds, and a siCaM Ia and Mrs. Lorimer Borden, aast gifts o
eush Pat oair S d l b -LdH r oen e a ee h.n w grand regent, presided, In the Ot hers present included MIs. ALr O. (AP) -
Bull otio6r.-andb trla oneedasset ahene wc t-hhe court caiinlaing entytat Harrisa Mrsb Ps aa p al
City. M srartnL Mr comtr oller a "He knew he wd0w thru. ................................A the Rev. Vincent Rya, C.M., of- Mcian. Mrs. LetHe Croft, et.,t.
of the MA"r S t oreegn tni got the lead, e hot put (Pasaenger Sernvie Only) fliers and atomb, Mra..J. A. anntaM. Mn:. ws' aw Jo.
otranhe isaofeo NeT GraewWiteFle aonioe of clubs. Great e-- epartyoWe dhorlor d 1 .e Anr. ye.of NowomS. ar theIon
York. P o fh i.l .thereon. NOW, e . Newer3. yeam


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C O A 'dropped only malU cards In lt amf
*s1 bedr V ulte could continue wit waow MiM .... . .... r
@ A club. mCoBPOaWfLm SI A tb I. the eb,
AS c lhit the foll0nug change o uash th k in. -
partners hnold. tthu thisk FREIGHT ACSW a
i i hedule will be put into effect on l sk game, FAST FR T AND ICES

Maw lst. club finesse happened to e. BETWEEN EUROPE OA ,I IAST < .
Daily rture from Tocamen ... .. 8:00 a. o play would work If the club "O- O UA A mL -"
Sfinesse were of t, ules.. the. TO COLOMBIA. ECUAD PERU A......D Ct ...,
Oparture from David: a.htoabu eln l; fA D PACIcO"...... .. ........ a 7th E W J e e
very y cept Tueda Friday ad hi play de d *
>toTd ,ys eep T ed&Fri . 1: a e s TO UNITD KINDOM VIA nRTA A KINGSTON, n Apartado 3412, Estafata N. 1 -
ut ed deFenae. Hy should have HAVANA, NASSAU, BIERMUOA, ORUMA, 'I
tbenu J S bgn an automatic sinal with SANTANDER e4 LA PALanaE Doma a rsour that a m
So-ba f the ten w i be NV.. "'RI WA D L PACIWICO" (1 ,f0 #01........May 21st Fr gray ucruad Let is be a
i Avenue ..I roula a taen tnhext ri as TO UNITED KINODOM DIRECT ablsln duu t- a l -
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f.ROu YAL MANKL LIME LTD/OAo AMERICA LINE aU.0i toveume, itraIl-. A.
S7TO NORTH PACIPIQ anT looking mew ircolort! Sol
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Fourth of July Ave-Phone 2-9441 #3 Lotterv Plaza Phcne 2-3199 'S" Street ea IC. Cah additionSl word. IA stn n ea S tb 1
Phones 2-9214 ad Wi-ll TS.teachSadid wad.
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS R OTS i.UMMERCIAL & for ,ei the, ae
Household Automot.,ile Do you have dinkig pro.ble m h' t PROFESSIONAL a menace
SWrite AIcoholies Annymous. eM totags. Ulflit Mr boxes, have not hesit at ed to 1n-
FOR SALE.-Cheap, owner leavrg, Seri.ce Personnel and WI.v.r.an z031 Ancon, C. Z. oSwever, ua~~de se Telephon; Dont be der cover of Congreadon Imt
I China cloet. I bureau. I dre- Government Emploves TRAVE. OPPORTUNTY441 4.- En.o mnty, of course, aid to repeat
ser, all mohogany' Son Franctcc. ,,-.,t on tr Av OOTNIclt. -a Enlya .Casinoby ...... I Btbrom Jgr the lies again mad again."
7th St. Hou.e No b, apartment Government Emploies Finan"e- Co. your vacaion CoolC Cosa Ric. Cao Music bsall an sp a
rWhen you tane your new Fly LACSA. PAA affiliate., only CIhA iIfi. rnsevtu an "ALERT" s-
upstrs -- or used car. 5$500 round trip. Inquire Pan.- fls r .l My 3rd. ush guide Vlve. S e tage aen
FOR SALE. Norge retr.gericor, 8 AGENCY DEHLINGER oma Dispatth, Tel. 2-1655. across aushde "conl taa" utva "de-
cu ft. porcelo.n ,ini.de and out- No. 43 Automobile Row from Ancon bus-stop.. i Saves water and stops annoy- mgOges1e" of tyt "to lMke
side $75. Philco radio 5 tubes hon3-98 -495 ne of dripping toilet people think that te n-
,,lh rc'.ord player, Records and .-.. .- F A me4 tin wh oleat lazy,
sand $,5000 Call Sog. Turner 8r- FOR SALE: 1940 Pontiac Clubai perma ently. Inefficient, corrupt and even
1,60. duty hours. Can be seen at Coupe, good shape. $250.00 cash. MisecllaeeUne ', A reported by Readers Digest disloyal."
uare 44-B. Cocol. Cana Houte 613 DeLesseps Area. ieA "ALERT" e ers tsl a
Zone FOR SALE:- FOR SALE: 00 shares abattoir By such tctles, he said, the
one 3 nOR SALE:-1951 Buick Special 4 stock. Mail offer Box 1612, Bal- Oi F NOVEY INC. "confusers" hope they will no
FOR SALE.-2 venetion blnds. 32- dc.r, wth Dynaflow, radio, plastic boa. Canal Zoner. have to take a position on
64 2 bamboo ea-y cha.rs. House eat coves Driven only 4,400- Cen .eH "great pub isn the
1459 Las Cruce. Balboa m l Duty tree Price $2.150 FOR SALE:-Riding horse, gelding. ace. pl. C-n- T 3-M eaeton but can t"neak
Call 36-3147. Willard V. Hornei 14 hands. English saddle, bridle, factx ia ec1. os coming election but can "sneak
FOR SALE -r BenC.I. Aut~r.'" Mo 86-314 etc. Call Navy 2388 between 4 Cr PANAMA BROKERSfce through INC. r.h the back
ry Heights. 4280. Qtrs. 10 FO SALE-1949blck convertible -_nd 5or 7 and 9 p. m. FOR RENT .M- oin, new, two and l Pa" "Thi s a matter of great con-
r- '76 Olds. Hydramatic, radio. Ex- SOR SALE:-The famous "Sixtomat" three bedroom apartments. No. e cern," the Chief Executive said
FOR SA-LE --May ag washing ma- cellent condition, $1.40000. Tel. light-meters, shockproof at Porraos, 22., 4th Stm, Eposition. Tele- Fern Lu (preferred) "These tCti contain the seeds
chine, 60 cycle. $85 00. metal 2-1857 or see car of house 0440, Plaza 5 de Mayo, Panama. phone. 3-177S. Fera y Lus (pcomm ) of .
desk. S 1 e00e; Hgh chair $1500, Apt. F, Ancon. C. Z. Can be seen FOR SALE: German Baby Grand FOR RENT-u oprsu re that people
Bathtub teeter chair. 83-5 166 oll day. FOR SALE: German Baby Grand FOR RENT-Furniid ad apart-TPanama Trust Ce lwo edipr such tactics ar
7th St218 ---B ___ Piano. 9 1-2 street, New Crlstobal, meant, n Bella s, for rpect- n r reallylya to our former g-ying:
_7th. -t FOR SALE -1951 Dodge convertible No. 10097, rear. Tel. 56. able couple. blMtd for three eL A rte sand r ernmreallnt th ts Bour forll of Rigov
FOR SALE -3 pcs. Guatemala fur- Coupe, perfect condition. 4.200 FOR SALE:-.tOe black Cocker Span- monthly, from June 15 on. All N and Its tradition of individua.
nature, $75. good condition. Cu- miles. B.2,275.00. Call Kobbe le. female. 7 months old. AKC d hul ehol v w en I ences. liberty?"
rundu. 83-7267. 6276. Registered. Phone Albrook 5200. Reasonable price. Cll Mrs. Mon- DITan named no names
HelpWonted WANTE FOR SALE Be au D d zn. TO. 3-07W6 2-3438, Pa.- MODERN FURNITURE S. aph R. McCarthy (R-
Help Wanted WANTED FOR SALE: Beautiful Dachshund name. CoaTOM ILT Win.) las accused the State De-.
musT -s-et in Wa NTDPuppies, 6 weeks old. Freddie FOR RENT. -S me rn m pa tde S- I peover Reupbolst"ey apartment and other government
WANTED -Experienced nur ema.d Mipellanenos Mohl. House 5607-C, Diablo. m ent, Mitable. co p v OW.BOOmi] noles i f harboarin Commun-
must sleep in and har.e ret.rence,. First come, first serve. Apply after 0 e i u e. AlNro V -l an Id Red Mypalzer. The
'Ricordo Ar,as and 5;t 'trCer De'WANTED --Registered blonde mcle II a. m. Saturday or Sunday. 0. Furni, C rreaIulfl. TelephoneV'" PealdRent and McCarthy have
ima bu.l3ng aoartm, Tele cocker 6aUy. 0 375-0 Wlam- FR SALE OR TRADE:-1951 Mer- 3-0471, C. ore $m. -T I. t1 t repeatedly in the Icons
.T 25-- cury Sport Sedan with many ex- FOR RENT:--Durieg 4 months vco- last light. "
o. m - -. .- WANTED: 25 cycle automatic tras. Only 8.500 miles. In new FORn, semi-furl mod. 2 thbedroom Truman told the leage'.-
Maid wanted for ho,-r.e rl in El Car-.-- washer. House 437-J. D;ablo tcarncondition.Willconsider smaller
dandonE ocar condition. Will considersmaller ortent, hot Wter. Cuba Ave. DR. B. L. STONE 70th anniversary session that
grelo must sleep in ond ..:l ho.e Antc.ne having an LST or similar car in trade. One Kodak Medal- No. 58. Apt. 4. Bella Vista. hr o"thu ee confusers do not for the
recent reference. .o-4._2 I boatr for charter, during period lstt II Camera. FI3:5 Ektor Coated lrpraetle moment believe their own
WANTED --Excellenr cook -.rh rp. May Ist 10th, kindly itlephone Lens. In new condition. Will trade FOR RENT: Apartment, 3 bed- charges "
ference Call No 30 50th Sree Panama 3-0808 immediately. fr Lle or Cntx 35 MM Ca- roms, 2 baths, maid's room. living, STONE CLINIC But, h de "tharg have."
terence;. Call No. 30. m0th Stree 8 eaty. ere.Phonea lboa 2-3069. dining, front and back porch, utr-. headed "they have
upstairs. 'WANTED BY AMERICAN FAMILY F R age. Colic Colenibl No. 3, call Wh t & JustoArosmm nt resitated to lie Immunderity, ofve
unfurrnished house, 3 or 4 bed- FOR SALE: Dining table, sewing 3-1875 Pensna. Ave. ClTeL4Congressional immunity, of
L E S S0 N ,oorr,., preferably with spacious machine., golf clubs, record player. O-8 R E-NT- course, and to repeat the lies
garden. Elvin Seibert, American 45 Harley and Miscellaneous. again and again."
Paular songs, swing, jazz and pop- Embassy. -0010. House 2135-C, Curundu. Tel. 83. FOR R NThe President noted that "in
uWar piano classics taught. Zez 6116. TRoos uraportes Baxte. I. A the normal operation of our
ular p iano lsscs taught. Zez _No- 9Roe r democratic system, every admin-
Juan B. Soas. Tel. 2-1282. portable con-Refr. mixerator W Gas FORRENT: Furnished rom to Shipping moving, storage. station s held to account
portable conc. mixer W Gas R room to etery four years for Its policies,
Eng. Zundap motor bike. Btllboa gentlemen or couple without chii- Wq pack and orate or move ts roama and its conduct
1 Buick Sperfecial c -doond r 2163 after 600 dren. Darien St. No. 1945, Apt. 8 anything. 'Phone 2.2461, of the government.
18 Chevrolet Sport Coupe, RadIo, eat covers, good FO RSALE:-$100. 5 new tires and F b Ec .2-2562, PanamA. "Today, the time for another
ieutlful shape, radio at tires. Smoot y HunnljB tt tubes, 7.10 x 15. 787-C Tvernill. FOR RENaccounting approaching, and
c r.spot-Ight, 5 go od SA. 16th St. Central Ave., St., Tel. 2-2394. RENT 1the opposition is becoming Iran-
t be-up lights, for de- Coln TeL 800. tic
111u1,B oo --11ksgooDEnoot
F.No" i S.A.w16th S "'Tey know-that'th) cannot
aNuSli utt S. A. 1.th stu. i .< FOR REtf:-Spaclouu localfty very H X peru e t eoe t give
-Ces Ave., Cold6n. Tel. mco. 1 coal and clear, suitable for shop, the gains of theast 20 years
deposit or Industry, with 5 sanl- HOUSEHOLID EXCHANGE he said. "But they think they
tory services. Situated in en area can undermine those gains by
of"Adventure 800 2. n ch ent attacking the men and women
"Adventures in TWo by wants cheerfully made. Il Tel. W &W rfto d fr., who have the job of carrying
It f n -Dr. A 3. Cronin Ins one of the 3-0769, office hours. nout the program of the govern-
new books placed in circulation wgBUT AND aZL ment."
l M re during the put week by the Pa-
Thought Murder ,p ,a b ra Payroll Robbers a &umeNe of mworke is only
S author of "The Keys of the King C ve 'Homework h- oven et empo, he
Ujide PKCI t dam," "The Green Years," andG ive P'Homework'pil exoine ao 1 Mpos h
other books, tells the story of his For Pol Pu s ring "mediocre, shifsess, lazy,
3.AUREL, Miss. May 3 (UPi- own life as physlolan In Scot- c uplft am, with non-producuoe." In addition.
A-district attorney sought to- land. Wales and London and la- EW YORK, May 3 (UP) spot-hts, very his Integrity Ia attacked.
de to prove a burly farmer and -- ter novelist. Three gunmen Staed ainI B | "At o1e moment be I berated
hS attractive double first cousin The complete Hat of ew books PTro undobbery today "an- eoa l, ent i ao m-n i. ed nonentity
wbre surprised in a lovers lane at the Library follows: ttn sidewalk in front of a for with no standing n his field,
rendezvous and murdered Prisons Eleven Yeai in So- school for policemen. Je and in the na break he
Lawrence D. Arrmngton said he vlet Prison Camps, Idpper.t. Co- called a igh salaried drain on
had clues backing his contention Botany Sanders' complete The money was supposed to the pub pre," the Chief
talt William 8. iDoci, Bowman, list of Orchid hybrids, S pay salaries of the Deeanty Execu declared.
S&, and Mrs. Cecile Pitts, 31, Motor vehicles otortst's Institute faculty, which teachee. Mr. TrUa ealso accused the
wre slain "as they lay Logetheir I ilx-4it Book. Popular MesehaInl. civil service courses for police-. R.eirTtr Dies "n e s" of aus be-
,e the ground." L h t AT Travel, Biography, -- mens .m. "Wnh.Dies .ing "on the prOWrl" against his
The Conduct of Life Ma id; I lan to take 3,tmXtes cusa-
Be disputes a coroner's jury Adventures in Two arlte. Or.wThe -robbers took the two Trace.W lliw Cit y m employ and U. S mar-
veialct that the cousins' deaths "' ain"rand,; Grandma Moses, eto- 'espat ..n tt A pa ahals out t tofpol by pI..aci
were "murder and suicide." .' i .tory. Moses; The -P-cO =rlese mnpus t to h, e ir R. A i bow- .ide. ridn them under svl servce.
he decaying bodies were -e Way: m.pressons of a ae h em1 minu their labow died early this "W are going forward with
d huddled together in a -;f in Korea, Kahen; Life in m nebag. agM ngipw, tly from na- our plans to elminate the last
l thicket Lust of a secluded ls ca. 2 vol. (Survey, pictor qlwad R in. t remnants of the patronage sys-
SMonda The two had written of America from C*=s- ROnk Serylces H te," he s .
s, bsdy.Te Awo h8. bus to present), Davidson : oo- a e Joseph l, But these efforts meet with
missing since April 18. dy Precedent, Cowls. T e HeIA Ml zytf t s wife that his the Same kind of rzesance, the
picni bas e Atth f illenwi To Be Held Monday 's 'aNowif t s d & *
wipi es, bananas and a caked t Fction Pursuit of Gentle- 5 w MWIO) alch hurt, and started same kind of hypocrIttcal op-
dwches, bananas and a cake men (A Texas girlin 1850)Cr- ,ra SCha ftrofla from the mouth and position, that has greed ever
fund nearby.s; Winds of Morning (CqjUM- g ng t e i th. effort to ke the ral sr-
S38-caliber revolver lay be- bla river country of the 1w). Memorial services for Mrs. His wife Immediately called ts ,e he cited op-
SBowman's head. Farther Davis; The Case of the Angry beth who died We the d to r, who found Hall dead station to ia esful et--
n the lane, the heavy-set fMee-saaa U Mourner (Mystery or suspensee)' neay at Colon Hospital, will be forts to ot al oto Bu-
MS"NEI''a;S. 4w:0lesjy has been requested. reau of Itrnal el l--e und-
tly-presaed Sunday suit essell]NghelratblheOw oneers), Haycox; Jade Star (At1I3 the Gorge Memorial CivileService w.ith e exter-
tlhig from the door handle. ai llek the court of Kublal Khan), Nam- eve wlbJ Ction of the icommiisuper -
man with murder and suo-e roff; Copy for Crime (Mystery or ,_ve will be_ conducted. This cae d" of tmr
In mind would hardly pur- suspense). Rivett: East Sidtthe Eastern StaW. Balboa chapter. Thisaused.Mi& oan-
picnic lunches before such, General (A large city hospital Ie 5. RSonk,3 6. had been an e"" *yj To Ra guSh." He sid, "Im it took
lye a, the o, ss /si ly g[parDr.se .Jn y To Be pato saay memnersj
II lent act," Arrmington said Ithreatened by violence), SBaugh- _e suin elo y of* of the Senate.
believe Bowman and Mrs. ter; The Highland Hawk (Ad- U Mftrn Speakerf Te Presi lent branded as
it were shot to death as they venture story of a Highland Soat he came to the Canal completely y untrue" te charge i
'together on the ground, in Cromwell's time). White. n My 1 and workedor M d Juty rsdent that mst f loy are
ibly by someone who sur- I- Children's Feition Black U. 8. MAry 1 t Quarry-U b D M d A. Jttz, reddent that see s a el e are
them." Penny, Erickson; Doctor Dan, Rio atoand Cutundu. wQlulay etst rpeakerat aer- "Fity per cent of ir chillan
ington called in Forrest inumS i Gaspard. ,-m g s s ea U ket n rSoate-y emplori y re le nthD BtircBi D-I
ty sheriff Morgan HolitLeld 1ME-SAS ChUildren's Non-Fiction The bShe Is -urvlved by her h __ WIn w 10:30 a. m. in the partment m directly
asked for a ballistics test Jq_ m f swlUWO First Book of Birds. Williamson; band., John K. Ronk, of M t ltearet a O-h JO.WB Armed tn military f e tMs te
death weapon. pe*r MMI I .A Linuh coln, Friend of the 0Gut m Ite Center in Balboa. Army, Navy, ad Ar S lice.
Sbegan quetoning all per- People, Judson. _1OSU__iS wil)D be "The World'e "Most of Wieafo USClWiIns,
Connected with the cue New Bditions Busineess e- G OreSatest Md' steelworker arvtim_ _lectri-
logger Homer Haynes outve's handbook. 2d ed., Pren. cans sand, ~ fl5 5," he
Ssad the bodies. Tee Uaries will be followed said. -
aI id he may ask that the earn bear Al interested )M. Tiu.n 'prtoed that"an-
g etxhumed for further bI geietn. n 4yt.d to other teS orte t total
Pits, sheriff Holiflela iL raman ---a "aentM- e -dar-
1 was deserted by her bus- DIstributors in the Republie of .fl.., en MaA ta Ymrasemain-n
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received numerous corn- Dn' i- am Jmn Pmg ._, ...a .. ( t7P- --
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Dun Club trophy. team. could have I
es Mtdly clad athletes from one of thobeet
a High completely domi- ery product in t2 b
the evening, taking every scoietl Leagu, aMd.
place but three and even should go the beoy
if these they shared. Rudy Coaches, John Fawiett
a, B8- junior was the big Huff.
* ft the night, when he
he hlbhs, the broad Jump. The results:
ed wi teammate Jim May".
rt in e high jump. The Hish Iturdles: 1,
Rudy 14 points for his rBHS, 2. Rugll
s work which easily maade Anderson (CH8). TIE.: I.-
>gih point man of the meet. 100: 1. WMta (MB ), 2. -
itobl's firsts came in the trea (DB), 3. Albritteon (W fS
vaul, 220 and a tie in the'Time: 10. 5.
inold Manning did the ho- ._
In the vault, George Bennett shot Put: 1. O4by,;- (
* spr.ts and Bob Orace tied iank (BBB (iBrn
Bullo "Pancho" Delgado Distance: 44 t. 37/8 in.
e most hrlling race of the Mile Rin: 1. Ranson
t, the 440. Arias (ORB), 3. Voan.
i -lll). Time: 4:5l11. 6
ice', boxed In for the best (GOourany of D1S wrMw 9
of the race, pulled up even but was dqlit fd). -a 1
Delgodo coming off the 440: 1. Tied, Delgado_
turn and from here to the and Grate (C ), .
not more than a fraction ol aBHQ). Time: .. re-
ach sesparated. them. red "- "" _.,.__+^."
mrne, Bala unner. who 440 Relay: 1. i --
le odds on favorite in this May, Mats Obtreai.
, retalured his leg on theI Low Hurdles: l:MapS'_.lrn
stretch and was out of It 2. Hughes (C0H), .
other at the finish. Win- tCH8I. Time: 12 ....
fftime was a rather disap- 800: 1 Cruz (0a) I. '
g '.9d Mer (BHS), 3. Pel (US
S.to the extremely poor 2:1.. 2..
gm adile" there were no ._ "'ISU
tiomAl times or efforts in Discus: I. Ogdb' (
Seventh. The track was Tied Morris (BlE> g li*U .
Wnd soft. F6oting in the CHR,. Distance: 11 it
events mnade it impossible to in.
IUwilth top flight preform- Broad JumP: L_. .
i, i(BHS)I, 2. May (BlS., 9.S
ir Oodby, EH's big burly (Ci). D ne: ili. SI-
it mon, climaxed his gh 0; 1. ntt (C
i ftthleic career with two isE (B3B), 1. Mate ( .
perfrapees to come in 23.0.
a double win for the Bull-
He took the shot with ai Mil Relay: 1. B M
a Of 44 ft. 3-7/8 In. and the D as on; Jenkla, Del .
wr with a throw of 131 ft, 4/ t SI,.."
rth jhese are very creditabl 1. d R.
during the foul conditions. i ), .
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Governor Names


US, Local Rate


'Beef Boards'


Eighteen Canal employes have
been proposed b% Goverior
Newcomer to serve on election rWENTY-SEVENTB YEAR
committees for the coming elec-
tlon of members of (he Per-i
formance Rating Board of Re- Cm
teGirne Comet
view and the Grievance Advisor'y f
Committees [or U S -iare pm-
ployes and the Gie\ance Ad-1 1
visory Committee for local rate,
personnel. R I
Objections to the designation
of any of those members pro- 5 9
posed should be suomi"ted E Eto t
the Personnel Director. Admin-R
istration Building, Balboa
Heights I JOHANNESBURG. May 3 iUPI
Objections to the present -Britains Comet airliner com-1
membership of the local-rate pleated the first commercial
committees must be received byv passenger jet flight In history
May 7 and if no objections are today when its doors swung
made and sustained the corn- open at Johannesburg airport
mnittee. as precentlv named. will righ .on schedule. 23 hours and
become operative no later than 0 minutes after taking oft fromI
Objections to thosc Tinnmed to L
the Lt. S.-rate committee mustL The 6724 mile flight from
be received b% may 6 II no ob- London was routed through Bel-
jections are made or sustained| rut. Lebanon, then down the
against the membership of this length of the African continent
committee. it A ill go into opera- It was made without incident.
tlon no later than Ma\ 12
Objections should be made The BOAC Comet was at
In writing, stating full any times flying more than seven
reason for objection on the miles above the earth, and
grounds of unfairness or pre- reached a speed of 525 mph at
judiie of any proposed cor- that stage.
mittee member.
There are two penals of the
U. S-rate election committee. Mi mr
one for the classified and ad- riMcGnnis Scholarship
and the other for the wage Applicahons Ope
board group. I U IUI
Tnose named bv the Governor *
to serve on the classified and To BRS SeniOf Men
administrative group election
committee are' Banrt J Ellch.
Commissary Division John S. Applications are now being
Pettingill. Schools Division; accepted for the John Mitchell
Wallace W. Priester, Jr. Health McGOnnis Scholarship which is
Bureau; Melvin E. Walker, Club- awarded a Balboa High School
house Division; and Elmer B. Senior boy each year In memory
Stevens. Engineering Division of Cadet John McGinnis.
Present tentative membership
of the wage board group elec- McGinnis graduated from
tion committee are- Oerard E Balboa High School in 1945, won
Audy, Industrial Bureau, Cor- his "stars" at West Point and
nellus B. Heltman, Maintenance was listed as a Distinguished
Division; Emmtt 0. Kiernan. Cadet on the merit roll of his
Locks Division: Ed. Brown. class In the official Register of
Dredging Division; and Albert I Officers and Cadets Issued by
Joyce, Electrical Division. the United States Military Aca-
Local-rate personnel named demy In June. 1946. An airplane
to serve on the local-rate elec- crash over Taboga ended his
tion committee are: Adolphus promise of a brilliant career.
Bushell, Karl L. Harris. Monta-
gue E. Carter. Alice M. Stewart. McOlinnis' friends on the
and Valentine N Gordon. mem- Isthmus and in the States made
bers; and Charles E Barter; possible the scholarship fund
William 0. Edwards, and Daniel for Balboa High male graduates
Osborne, alternates, who need financial aid in order
to attend college.

d Bragonier Any boy interested may con-
tact T. F. Hotz, principal of
SB. H. S., or Edwin M. McGinnis.
SEmbassy; After the scholarship board
selects the winning candidate.
Tem p D the award will be presented on
On TraryMay 21, award's Day for Balboa
High School.
Reginald Bragonler. career
turned for temporary duty In o
Panama as First Secretary of the
U.S Embass'y.
He served here previously from
1946 to 1948 aq Second Secretary /
and Consul From Panama he
was transferred to Oulto for a s,.
year and subsequently to Lima ^
for two years at both of which ,/
posts he served as First Secre-
tary and Public Affairds Officer. .
In view of the temporary na-. 6
ture of his present assignment l t i
Mrs. Bragonler and their two A '
children have remained In Lima. One thing that's easier to breoi
Bragonier is staying at the Hotel than thedshesisO 20-dollor bill
El Panama.


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Reaches Johannesburg



)n First Jet Schedu le


Actual time spent in the air
was bout 18 *hours 40 minutes.
There werf halts at Rome,
Beirut. Khatoum, Entebbe and
Linvingstone.
Twenty years ago this flight
took 10O days. and only 13
)ears ago it took five days.
Regular propeller driven air-
liners make the flight in 32
hours 25 ininutes over a route
1000 miles shorter.
The Comet dropped 24 min-
utes behind scheduled on the
leg from Entebbe, Uganda. to
Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia.
but made up this time on the
final 608 mile leg from Living-
stone to Johannesburg.


The OAC Jet airliner carried
38 passed s Itts -t1ttw of six.
Three p1 i W Aubrey
CookmaI 'of only
Americai ol k e, first flight-
was Ooke f London to
Rome only.
Cookman stod the jet's per-
formance was "very impressive."
He said th pilot took the
plane up to 4,00 feet on the
Rome leg of the flight.


It i speetawwr at that al-
titude,' he Ai "The sky is a
deep bftO--4.m ipuMrple. And
we eould ee- He stars even
though ft ,w iim -aefteon."
The nied er-ftrequent refuel-


ing stops cut average speed on
the Johannesburg trip to 280
m.p.h.-greater than the top
speed by many propeller-driven
airliners.


The fare for today's pioneer
journey was $490 one way, 5882
round irip, British Overseas
Airways' regular price for a
London-Johannesburg flight.
BOAC officials here called the
event "just another flight." but
air experts watching the world's
first jet passenger schedule
made it plain that they consi-
dered it a milestone second in
importance only to the Wright
brothers' pioneer flight at Kitty
Hawk, N. C.


GOOD-BYE PARADE A flag battalion marches thro gh Victory ib..
Germany, during the farewell parade in honor of Oen. Dwight D ishwe. u he
was thrilled "like a second lieutenant", by the event, which was witnessed by croh t
in flag-decked stands.


Ike 's Backers Labelled


eOne-Day Republicans'


WASHINGTON, May 3 (UP). -
A spokesman for Sen. Robert A.
Taft said today that backers -of
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower are
"high-bred phoflies" who are
using "one-day Republicans" to
win delegates to the top Presi-
dential nominating convention.
The caustic remark was made,
by Lou Guylay, ranking officer
in the Taft camp, after Wes Rob-
erts, executive director of the
Slsenhower national headquar-
ters here, balled the choice of six
Elisenhower delegates in Missouri
Thursday.
Roberts said the selection was
"especially significant since it
comes in the Middle West, an a-
tea that only two days ago Taft
forces were claiming as their
stronghold."
Informed of toie sateiht
Otasy aitd the general's
agefr have beeh running a "4-
eetItfual campaign" by "openly
Ond brafmnly inviting Democrats
4ld New Dealerk to vote in the
Republican primaries."
"But they have shot their
Wad," Guylay said. "They had
better wtve their hats now be-
tease this is their last chance,
"In the next week we are go-
ing to drive them into the dirt
and show them up for the phon-
ies they are. including their can-
didate."


Cotton Latest Field Of Operations


For Wasington 'Get-Rich-Qukks'


WASHINGTON, May 3 %UP).- tee yesterday he and the Egypt-
A Federal investigator spid today lan were "good friends" an,'lad
that an Egyptian broker with a "traded" expensive gifts JAst
friend in the Agriculture Depart- year.
ment apparently gained Inside But he denied ever giving Man-
information on government cot- sour advance information tQat
ton stockpiling and landed mil- would enable his firm to profit
lions of dollars worth of con- unduly.I
tracts. Meslbov estimated that Man-
so0lr sold about $37,0oB00o
Harold Meslbov, a New York In- worth of cotton to the Agrlcul-
vestigator for the departfnenfs ture Department in February
production and marketing ad- and December, 1951.
ministration, showed the Senate His December sales represent-
Agriculture Department coded ed about 75 to 80 percent of the
messages which he said had department's purchases, the In-
passed between the Egyptian and vestigator said.
Clovis D. Walker, head of PMA's He said Dyke Cullum, a Wah-
cotton branch. ngton busiessman who haf
He said Loutfy Mansour, who been linked in the past wlthsblo
represented the R. and E. Huri grain deals, told him It was his
and Co. of Egypt. knew the exact Job to relay "confidential tnfor-
details of one big government nation" from Walker to Ma.
purchase of Egyptiantr long staple sour.
cotton an hour after the sales After bearing Mesibov's tesli
were made money, the committee airesft 1
This information is so restrict- subpoena Cullum himself to W1
ed the Agriculture Department his relationship with Mansmur
would not furnish it to the com- and Walker.
mittee. The messages show a vry
Meslbov also said he was told close knowledge (by MeU a
by an alleged middleman that of what was going on in the Me
Walker "called the shots" for apartment Mesibov said.
Mansour during the bidding on Information about plans .eto
the cotton. stockpile commodities xzormWt
He said Walker once suggested is amonj the most closely d-
that the government buy the ed secrets in the goveu .
cotton from Mansour direct in- Meslbov told the committees e
stead of on open bids. found no evidence that Wa_.
Sens. George D. Alken (R., Vt.) received any "tangible ibeneftl
and James P. Kern (R., Mo.; said from the Egyptian gather tS
Walker should be suspended un- the gifts they exchanged, wh.
til the charges against him are were about equal i value.
cleared up le said Walker rakeid noa 'l
At Aiken's suggestion, chair- jectons to his Inuvetatiat md
man Alien J. Ellender (D., La.) furnished him the reouodsa.
said he plans to send the corn- Walker denied he iW
mitte's hearing recoil to the code with Mansour or av
Justice Department for possible him on bidding.
action. He said it might 1'em_.
Walker conceded that "some "irregular" for him to se f
things I haye done iae 'een gyptlan a copy of a
Improper and unthoug h t e4 dam on a cotton pane
(sic I." but, be said, the Irf
But he steadfastly denied ever tt was "already public .
furnishing any eontaleitlal in.- Meslbov said the nto ii
formation to Mansour. for cotton in neema R.
"I can draw no other con- were "consistently less a &=
elusion but that (A usmar) Btmst market price..
have gotten (the il *atSl~tj) Me aid that In Ikaqu ,
trim you." Eilnder Mesra. when the first
Walker, hesd of tIie i. B long
af isarah, toid .. 1iM ts 1


submitted a written bid on the
aWaMy of a broken in Walk-
ere* office. However, he left the
price and amount blank.
Mesibov teld these items later
were filled in by Walker's sec-
ary after the Egyptian had
Swith Walker.
The contractswere awarded
the ms a ey. Walker was a
apmber !f Ve three-man com-
nrttee whieh handled the con-
tracts,
In December 1951. Meslbov
said, Walker told the cotton
%ranch to throw out two bids by
O'Danil Sros of New York be-
came tWe firm s cotton would
iave to be transshipped from
Egypt throh another country.
The te ator said nothing
i the oaflatlons barred this
ad mt Oe successful bidder.
athi M: O ., was allowed to
t~pdot Sart of its cotton.
aMT. UM a the purchase con-
#tr6a1s i WWar y a three-
Bsan a ne Ing Walk-
er, A Kruse., assistant
and marketing ad-
and Karney Bras-
head of the fiscal
ad ow with the Gen-
wat Ofite.
lie r i d be found no evidence
'd irsegupifles by Brasfield or
i~rage-


iMagd they did not know
'eBonneU bid had been
-t proper until he
e al them. Walker's
baph flaed, was re-
.far talang the bids
Sbtoat they met regula-
mphlased he was
A charges" and re-
state any conclusions
Afte's honesty in the
wjob waoaly
A in J. E.llnder
H M If Waliter
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Ouylay and other Taft mana-
gers claimed the Ohio senator
would take a commanding lead
in the OOP delegate race by
sweeping all M delegates in next
Tuesday's primary In Ohio.
Taft's only opponent In the
primary is former Minnesota
Gov. Harold S. Stassen.
As of now. a United Press ta-
bulation shows iesenhower with
286 delegates and TaTt with 213.
These Include only delegates
who are legally pledged or who
have publicly announced for one
candidate or another. It takes
604 delegategsto win the Repub-
lican nomniatnen.
Roberts was jubilant over the
Missouri outcome.

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Plans have been completed by
the inusic department of the
Silver City Occuptt.nal High
School for a special celebration
in observance of Music Week
May 4 to 11.
The celebration will take the
form of a voal and Inastrumen-
tal musical program featuring
the Silver City CniMounity Band
under the directim of Reginald
T. Prescott ad tS eLver City
School Olee=18 dqer the di-
rection of K. 'Lrfi'., accom-
panied by MM. L.Vit D*unca.
The proitm .w be held at
the Mount Hope Stadium next
Wedneway at :30 p.a,. Special
speaker hir to occasion will be
Henry A. Bake, headmaster of
Christ Church Aaem The
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the Middle West for great in.
creases In Taft delegate
strength," he said.
"What the Middle West re-
vealed Thursday was the same
tremendous popular support for
Elsenhower that has been prowv
en throughout the country.
Taft campaign manager David
8. In1 als Promptly replied thAt
in t O pr ies te fair
Taft leads nlsuower by 5 b ,54
popular votes.
Taft has retevtd 1,48741
votes and Sisenhower only 1,,.'
964, Ingal ,aaM.
Ingals df that.In sen 0
these priar, liseafhotert


backers have mae ah "il-o&n
brazen appeal" tor Demoorat*
votes,
"This Is typical otthe m1k
ment of the Kisenhow
New Dealers and VWlf
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