The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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

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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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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
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AA00010883:00008

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"Mrfalores Locks was totally destroyed today by an
atomic bomb exptoion iNn en emy snak attack on the
Panoma Cdnal. One-half-hour after the surprise blast
1,600 persons were reported dead and 2900 wounded, and
the ftire- sef within a radius of 3 of a mile was com-
pletely leveld."
This did not occur in actual brought Into first aid asat
fast, but it was the basis for to- the control ponts for't nten
day's fe-av nI 'Opera t I o n b trained women vmbuteers.
Jackpot" flaid eeraise or the Ore serlou asualtle" were
combined Uwe .m 0 6fte the n re.la p to Zone hospital.
Canel 4ane. '. Approzimg"tly 400 trWoopssev-
Pin 21the h r control adas abfestmdcsualt i for
ing Eas of the Army.,avy and In addtiop. 300 more troops AAT iOM B A AU Titt8"
Air Force directed simulated re- served as tter bearers and In awai .hmnt t Fort Clayto
lie operations deslned ts av6 other active operations. ment.-
the lives of "casu~ltes nl zone Cfvillan eamploe of the a e r p te th ves
mllithiC p& following the at- ed forces made up the balance to protest tlttnseiu fromgsg.
tack personnel who took part in the di Un .e.. in a vol
Swhtr o i 3g,0trinedwrom i exernse teer motor eorps to transport re-
unel-e ,Lks -toot partin.o Ten pe r aent of the trained lief workers.
the u operations. i alsaster rrslle forces amediate- .More than 2S worn ha e
A alrt" ws wded at ly reported fIr duty 9t the pre- already re oomplqd t a
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WMHI*VGToN, May 8 (UP) -
Pte*ldent Truman was 68 f
old today, and looking fIonn
to retiemenm next Jeuuary,
Irn President of the Upited
Uetm to being sort of a o*al
iatioal "conscience" to "tb-
pWtr for his "fair deal" pro-
A4 long as he can comnmnd
- attention of the readlft t
yttlBl pubUe, Mr. TH~an
iMp to continue his fight for
*_ t he thinks la right.
'He visions an extenase
S program after he


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Travel restrictions between district in Wte I
Of Ponmi6 on the two -forthcomn elweciot m
pply equally to Zonims nd Pa teamans, aoe
for the Miniatry and Government nd Justnc,
Paonam6 C4nal authorities indced i tse
406g flything officially to get the spetW oM
dts" "at ell persons who have gaoo ruMn
to travel between districts must ate.
The Canal said it had received I
employ" and that those affect basr
Wn iMtly themeIves.
Jonys banned include trqf lrom r
.CMl by train, or yver the TruIae.thw ms f4ig
t Arraijdn and interior pam .ht byed.
-* lehave been made t T WW A
S nus of members of
on and its
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tiont Ftv Plton ws 'de-
stroyfl In te blast 534 Awipto
dl*tea trpM d its. patMonh
to.L tald-4ha staUon at D aslw
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A -fly Minutes of the im-
aVOlitack, the "all clear"
sounded and rescue workers
went promptly into action ac-


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Amulfo Folkwners


May Vote After All
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cUrdiU*a a V .rao-.....-,a Indications were today that party's decision to stay -out of
cheme. members of Dr. Arnulfo Aras' the elections.
Four control points were im-. PMaaelfista Party will be taking However, there will be no Pa-
medIjtely vb tuon the perime- s tv rt in the elections Sun- namefista candidates for Pres
tr of thea oatdamaged s: dy. despite the party' an- Ident and Vice Presidents .
at QOSea C, l-a---ry, ea .. nOtWOint that it ha decided cause the party did not send
Cla ton hap h and at r u, t o sy y f ro the polk. their names to the Jury.
sans Tank. Rrealdent c fthe R odolfo Herbruger Who was
t 5 r ..control oin rortsate was otrtltbhaae launched as the- .a
S with G radiation declared that h pty o presidential candidatA reaw
countaf tMoved il the -bomb- obey the law Vy ditrlbut-ng Its late last month from his polical
blast aea, relaying bIek infor- printed ballots to voting booths. refuge in. Washington. The prty
nation on the amount of de- Brit rwas quote as saying announced that Dr. Cares nBrn
structien and the number of ca., t party's decision to would be named to replace Her-
sualtile. They were followed by =an6 from gol to the polls bruger, but no official action was
first aMadSS rescue workers. I q_ !xt '_alectyos for Pref- taken.
Ats a t lNtosu Points L and Ass ymen does not A n t b e r reason why ob-
te-.. b-. .delprivA PaanaeMtoca candidates servers believe that meat Pa-
aliwar bwnhl the blast am of the right to be elected. nameflistas will to th- lis
r.e s Panamefilsta canddaieles for next Sunday anM the fw-
nae! were. tiven Assemblymen, Mayo and Coun- ing Sunday Is the fact that
ler ftree themselves of a- cilmen arem llvald since the the law provides that entpe r-
spWa i. -. National eeeoral Jury has not cent will be dedteld tram the
.4 2 Uded4 eoamualties were been offiLtally notified of the salary of any government el-


ftddeO Department Warns;

The Malaria. Season's Here
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Rainy sen.r malra season; fevr or have chills' or othqr
astttae of the Canal ,one art signs of llness, he should see a
adbeIng advised to take time' pysiclan at once, the officials
Sprecautions aalt in- cautlonea.
9468M. .' Normally malaria mAnultoe
wm te wee. cum totay farly lo to their bread-
'In .-oflc of the Ins nlces. but at this time of


pke who faNls to voteU.
Citizens who are not govern-
ment employes will not beable
Sto hold government ,dbs wtul
they have voted In a nat elec-
tion which normally occurs in
Panama every four years.
It was further pointed out that
the Panameflista Party has an-
nounced that It will not with-
draw its representative from na-
tional. provincial and municipal
electoral boards.


request to


Elmination of the litne Pas-
mestas representative _frm the
board would give the fI ert
which supports the c daipy
Jose A. lemon a -t- WoSWtI
over the Civllsta Alft ufsh,&h
supports Roberto P. Chial,L
VFW 100 Per Ca
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OtJ, May 8 (UP)-General
4 6W: Clark flew to the Ko-
w .battlefront today for a
loo his new command, and
i.U4.Uiat the action was in-
=W_ 'was accompanied on N
'ftn tom Tokyo by General
iUtjb BD Bldgway, whom Mo
*lim aBeed ar supreme Uniit
Nation Commanoer for Kor= .
IRldgbtay will leave next M -
day to take over the Supre
IAUed Command In Europe from.
General Eisenhower.
I Clark and Ridgway landed t
Seoul and drove directly to the
fighting front where United Na-
tiQns soldiers were engaged In
what an Eighth Army spokes-
man called "heavier than nor-
mal" actions all across the Ko-
mran Peninsula yesterday.
Meanwhile, the powerful Com-
aunist pfrty 'set the line for
7arope's Reds with a demand for
man proteeb "In all forms"
against the'arrival of Gen. Ridg-
way ar the Supreme European
Commander May 25.
Paris police authorities
promptly announced that they
would mobilize their whole spe-
cial'riot corps of 15.000 helmeted
mobile guards and Instruct spe-


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Stlly-trained antl-demonstra-
on squad, supported by some
paolce, to smash any Communist
msta or demonstrations.
The CoMftulati order for an-
t'lidgway protests followed
thI ie llsy ued by the
US. ta street demonstra-
_lo ". printed in the
o Sto p j f ,the party news-
paper L ="It*.
. L'Humn lt, said "He (Ridg-
Way) come streaming with the
blood of martyred women, chil-
ren3and old people of Korea
lant China against whom he has
committed crimes of most hate-
ful barbarism. He Is a criminal
who will forever be called 'kill-
er.' "
The order which directed the
Reds to start the action came
after a rueent tightening of
security by both the North At-
lantic flety Organization In
Paris and Nlenhower'a forces.





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An uni dentlled woman about
I IJews- Stage- O y earsOded In Santo Toms
Iniar JeWS Stage Hopit f. s morn g amst
-. C threate 1M after she was hit by
Nuler Strike an atomobae drive y Jose A.
Hunger osa, uburbn aurea
Foreturn Home ae .s r an
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'IL AVIV, May 8 (UP). -- :15 -.1. woman,, who was
TWAlve JewIsh imm irant from odcrtbod aUWes5t-b died at 9:10
Indai todaybegan the second aSm. wltltwvIlntg conscious-
d t.. hungerr strike to demand MO55. MsIttdatos said when
that they are allowed to go back* she NLe at the hospital she
to India Uwas aaIaUaOsm and had no
SlWu men, four women and purse or Ideatflcation papers.
four chddren squatted aon the Arango, who was driving an of-
stairs of the Jewish Agency Im- fle car, ad the ma came
miatzon mDprtamen here out untp.e ea from between
m two ablim as=4 hit by the
They aid they did not like the car and throws about 21 feet be.


fad here. the weather ma
cold and they wanted to .t
to the "land of milk and .~a
T rjd they were jp-
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A irls kr gerany more im-
bmoral tha he Catholic
rlate O a I a article (UP
Cardine added th the lallege
Archblshfl of Tbipuse, said, a
"crisis of esoralltg to -
Ing iraneo itdting parti-
cularly young chlle,."
tirls are morey more Imd th
moral than b the Catholic
prelate satd In an article oon
"Semalne Reallouem," a week-
ly.He added that the "'large
towns are mory spoiled than
rural areas." TIe prelate went
on to say that "Parents are too
naive," that whole organiza-
tions of middle men arrange
rendezvous outside of the
schools, "but children guard
their secrets."
The Cardinal said. parents
and school teachers know no-
thing about the ings on.
He blamed as the first cause
for the alleged drop In moral-
ity the ad t of children at
schoeL"
But the prelate added there
were other Mfluences.
"Childrep today do not sleep
enough. They drink coffee, and
even alcohol.
"Sports and school exercises
add to their fatigue. They are
nervous, and unstable. This Is
true for girls more than for
bovs." 4
He said that many were left,
without surveillance on Sun-
davs.
"Children witness because
they try to see without bein
seen Immoral acts commit-
ed by adults. Their curiosity
is both early, and unhealthy."

No Aircraft For
Gov.'s Farewell
Tentative plans foar aircraft
partpatio n farewell cere-
monies tomorrow for Governor
F. K. Newcomer have been can-
celled because of limitations
Imposed on the ta of aircraft
during the present oll strike. it
was anbounued today tW Carb-
bean Co m-ME headquarters at
Quarry gI


As planad etaly, three
Taniod by Navy and fe Air Frpoe planes
3. who was were to y ever the ship on
meat of the which Governor Nlwoomer Is
I did not8 k saulink. as the ml PUS
; W the im- through Nhe Ci oehl hr-
Ws herbo d. water.


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0e e'P "nBu trhU
how to6 L sU ap
M for the q tel mat
OMa kry of aa and
e, ftduir fte Ua Club.
The Sle V ondutos will be
for both uam y'. .5-
= &l elections an ext Sun.
day's municipal eleotlanw.

MNoie Pro er Fox
Di In New York
NEW TYON, May (WP--
PunearM M pe WV-
litm Fr, T4-ear-old IPeadWof
the Fox 5ila Cororataon.. died
today In a hospital where he
had been under treatment for
about a year.


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fat kilMed la an so
cident n Wlsb. o
la wemk, sacordoB
receluw on the Ig
Mrs. Imarry wa. R
Sht and her hu5
ideate of UB~asa*,
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TURIN, May I (UP),-Tmen years agew rn pe "
leol was sentenced to seven yearn s fea e a rst
So his der "Daeko," and as a remit at that bt he o
able to et married. _
a fteiaSes father, then a fervent Vasei,
the mariae, and denoumead Priaeme to .W
Itiles on earges of having ainsuled thes o t i
Mumeli by using his first maas amewfr .r
aimd w elama In3 10, 1iws45aSm.. aM Cet
to muuny beuse hs fbuee'u- fathe le *twh
hao his daughor a mmrry a man wih a pati
BeOtO appealed against the entasm, sa4M a
-l Court of Turinn yesterday auml I ostsf
our years of which Franecee had siOL B A
ouWr ne da-y.


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STHE PANAMA AMERICAN
l An6 PUSLIEB; gWPfNUS&.e. *
FOUNDED I'elI m tS i wAs es
iAHaNMOSIO Ah, I a30n9
Sv. H ST"I'? P 0 t0 114. PANAMA., P P.
STIELEPHONE pNANAM No 62 iNiPi
CAGLE. ADDRnIs. PMANA lUAN. PANaMA
t oah O ppes. 1t.173 CENTRAL AvEiNUE STWEIN 1t11h ~NA 11N STH WTEM
FORaIGN P.PIINEIENTATIV9E. JOIKUA B. P1W 6, INC.
L, 34s, MADOION AVe. NEW YVOn, IT1 N. V.
LOCAL i MAIL
MONTH. IN ADVANCED I
r-t S Is ixMONT. IN ADVANCED 5.50 9
SONe TEAR. IN ADVANCE, 1500 4.00O
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T IM Mull sBa is n open torum to rodew of The Panama Amer-
1, .Lette .r...cived. lll nd are handled i a wholly com-
I yan e.ontribute e letter don't be Impeatint iI It doesn't appear tie
,eat day Leflers are published In the oederr eeeived.
Ple.n try to kep the lettersn limited to M opage length.
S Idnti oft letter writers me held in stricter confidence.
|This newspaper oiassumes no responsibility for ettofnionte Or opinion
S'expreased in letters from readers.
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t SAILFISH CLUB
SI feel that an explanation is due the party signing himself
*Meinber" in relation to the affairs of the Sailtish Club.
To begin with. I was retained in an advisory capacity by the
last president ana secretary o thie cluo to attempt to work out
a solution to the problem of the ciub' insolvency
These two men have been working toward a linal settlement
of the club's aillar. with virtually no help from anyone, and
with no compensation, 1-r about a year
They liquidated all cluD assets and obtained sufficient sums
to pay all creditors 41'" 'or $56006 92 of a total indebtedness of
$13.675.39 leaving a balance' owing ol $8.068.47.
However. a goodt pre-rntage uf these creditors have accepted
their 41'i as full panm-ie.t.
At a joint meeting of the principal creditors .and the board
of fIternors of the Sailfish Cluo. it was agreed that the amount
for whicn the club wa. legally liable was "approximately $6,000.-
S Whether thi iiguri' is accurate or not I have no way of
knowing.
The reason I was coilulted was that the largest creditors
wer' dissatisfied that no lurthel effort was being made to pay
their accounts and suggested that tney might be force to take
aptidh against a selecLeo few oi the financially responsible mem-
The club president and secretary, hereinafter called the com-
Mnttee, requested advice as to whether such action could be main-
talned.
'Tne answer In my opinion is yes.
Walle some of the uisgruntled recipients of "the letter" tell
w'hey have been advise otherwise, at least one other attorney
has reason to agrec with me, as he maintained such an action
sneeessfully against three itembers of another club on the Isth-
mujllbout two years ago, anti recovered.
S now represents the aillfish Club creditors.
tPhe meeting first referred to was called late In November of
51 -and the release procedure was agreed to between the cre-
Sitos and the board of governors.
Now for the criticisms:
(ap The subject matter of "the letter" had no connection
with the facts pertaining to liquidation nor the amounts obtain-
ed from liquidation although the totals are included above).
These are matters which should have been taken up by any in-
terestea members a year or so ago prior to liquidation.
As to the number of persons considered obligated, the letter
Was sent to 559 persons whose names were on the addresasgraph
ast furnished, about 180 of whom are on the Isthmus. The ere-
1itors accepted the possibility that perhaps 200 of these people
(Would respond.
,(bi The indication that this form letter constituted a threat
b so far-fetched as to be difficult to answer.
Threat by whom? Neither the committee nor I give a tinl,
S t's a ,r any one sends in 325.00. There is no threat
Spae stetmtnt from your committee through
Siub has no further assets, that
d that through arrangementA-,
ne who wants to get rmai'.
gent liability may do so by ying
SUtt.nd one cares whether you do or not, except the cre-
Sand that's their W'orty. '
(e) You are quite right that other members Would be liable
contribute proportionately.
This answer of the member who has paid his money la that
has contributed his share of the total club Indebtedness, con-
uuently the creditor's claim has been reduced already by the
nount he has received from that member as one who has paid
share, and you. if required to pay a substantial sum, would
We no claim against him.
You further state that if you were required to pay a substan-
Samount you could collect from the other members. Quite
tas If you. as an individual, were required to pay $2,000
uld be entitled to search the membership list for persons
aslfered liable. If you found 200 such you could sue each
for $10.00, which would be quite an undertaking.
In this paragraph you "rush In where angels fear to
said that "as a matter of law, a release of one joint
does not affect the right of the others to obtain conttibu-
On him." No lawyer would dare make that statement, as
SSu fbjeot to so many ramifications.
S** In essence it is true, but while each joint debtor is liable
ivldtual!v as well as collectively for the whole of the debt to
u-. e creditor. yet a- between themselves each is liable for only
fs propnirlnnate Mhare.
1i one jc.iit debtor has paid his proportion he is no longer
.ble to his r.artner-4.
Thts If A. BD. & C. a partners owe $300. and A pays $100 of
dtbL anl1 rJcelve.a a receipt therefore, and the creditor then
Sind C' :or thi remaining $200 and collects, they (B and C)
r Anyway thi. is the onion given by re as a lawyer, for what
worth. Other lawyers may h'avt otner opinions.
Jut remember, no one is pushing you.
Y ou may pay or not, as you please. Maybe no one will sue
The cor imittce end I feel, as Damon Runyon would have
-It. thnt it's none-of ,our "put-in."
t view cf the nbqcnce of a District Judge no action can be
for a while on the debts, so that any oilither member desiring
prtlipate may scrd in his proportionate share or $25.
SThe releases will be signed andt distributed after delivering
Money thus far obtained to the creditors, which will be about
^I -Donald J. McNevin,
COURTESY ON THE JOB
One of the most detestable practices carried on by certain
R. Hate supervisors in many of the divisions of The Panama
l Company. Is the practice of barking at, and using humllat-
.nd sometimes even abusive language to grown Local Rate
es of the Canal Company.
I sto behaviour by supervisors is surely not conducive to the
i tanagement-labor relationship.
2lese supervisors Indulge In this practice because they are
tof titter immunity founded in their power to take arbitrary
M against those who might be apt to show open resent-
to this high-handed treatment
If the equality of all men before the local law was an actual


f lctd of Just a myth. and men could meet men on the
I onor with equal penalty before the law and society,
f thee inflated tyrants would never attempt this outrage.
Is time that the top administrators of the canal organis-
ate into the supervisory training course for these
I M tructions that after all, Local Rate employes are
Irly children of the Canal organisation, but rather
in the mIploy of the US. Government who are entitled
s iome semblanee of their self respect as men. even on


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a, mdaud a be e assef
m1silli atesge al tea.m nas -ee.
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Labor News i()

And

Comment / '

SBy Victor iUesel
BOSTON The latest note
to me from General Elsenhow-
er's Supreme Headquarters -
in reply to a renewed request for
Like's position labor now that
the nation is in an industrial
upheaval said:
"Again it is my unhappy duty
so wrote the Allied Com-
mander's side. Gen. C. T. Lan
ham, who reasonably enough
pointed out that there were 70
newspapermen sitting around
Paris and therefore there could
not be exclusive statement from
Eisenhower.
But other sources suggested
that in Boston. whew tne men
who boomed Gen. Eisenhower
make their headquarters, I
would find the General'@ most
recent labor views on record.
However, before we got into
any discussion of what Ike
likes, his ardent com,', igners
here refused to conct ie he
national "labor vote" to any
other potential candidate on
any ticket Including Presi-
dent Truman, now in almost of-
ficial alliance with most of the
country's labor chiefs.
There's resentment, too,
over what they charge are
stunts by the CIO nd De-
mocratic strategists to pro-
voke labor attacks on Ef-
senhower. They referred to
tie ngble dispatched to
the General by the swrash-
buckling Michael Quill, CI0
vice-president, when his
Transport Workers Union
struck Columbia University.
Quill cabled tisenhowoer,
who is the university presi-
dent on leave, asking iim to
yield to the union. This left
the public impression that
the NATO Commander was
respoe nble Jor Columbid's
refusal to0 sign.
The aenliwern fores re- EL PASO, Texas.-The late Ri
ported they had, sal learned Davis once remarked that Juarez
that the Demors its were pres- could have been riht, because the
surfing other CIO leaders to at- border city across the Rio Grande
tack the General is they were to have changed much.
Sen. Taft It tois Still the honky-tonk t
As for Ike's stand on labor, it youto Stop and think a minute.
was revealed that In his recent The ba basenes of people s184
first annual 'report on NATO, modity over the ages, and I wond
he said: will eVer admit it.
"Labor must share in respon- We hIave a clean, lt aseptioal
sibility as equally as it must munity in II Paso, just a short sti
share in productivity. We can busiest bridge l the world. Then We
thrive tmghtily in an era of lit ripsnorter in Juare, to which al
gdod feeling. It can be brou ht Eai access.
nto belng by vibrant, selfless In Juarez yott wAY boder quail
leadership at all levels." dinner.
We have strict 'laws about wild
tUnder the free way of life, side of the country. We t eed up t
"Labor is a full-fleded part- stance, o that tat Infly to at
nap.," the Gensfal added, 11aMle d~by_ the aiBto bel
n ', he Gene ja a .or pyr natlo.ka
l 'eo f aproMem Sntot we re n lo eto shect
g to ld bea the hands beeas We eamnit just our
of the clock. hd alppdrently th at pamker
placing profit abotee a-l Wedo very rigid Thin gs about wh
triotiem," he asserts else- In Texas you may not order a d
where in his report. but must buy a great big bottle du
,"it athe .sme ifne there hours and drink it all, which seems
are workers in our mrst of a man with a jug.
ber countries still suffering 8o we lose money in El Paso, as
the delusion that their in- tom for people ho wish to enjoy
terests are. befne jeved by drive over to Juates for the leisure
assoCiatfoht with Commun- plete with quail, teal, and the verbc
fst-led labor groups. We afflict our luxuries with taxes
Ached what quote they ad a bottle of tequila anejo for a bu
which eight ofit the current is an inflated price, but less than
steel crisis, they pointed to the P on a crock of bad blend.
costel cri ofs, th pointed O to e a1te quila is an amiable drink
coneluson of a speech aice- the deluslon of sobriety when in r
bower delivered in St. Louis on the King of SaMn.
Sept. 5, 19439 in which he In Juare business tois real by.
stated:
"Above all, we need more eco-
nomic understanding and work-
Ing arrangements that will bind
labor and management, in
every productive enterprise, in-
to a far tighter voluntary co- B
operative unit than we how
have.
"The purpose of this unity
will be without subordina-
tion of one group to the other WASHINGTON.-At Eniwetok,
- the increased productivity the United States will explote the
that alone can better the 'oa. hydrogen 'bomb-unless thSe ovie
aftion of labor, of managementIahead of us.
of all America. Contrary to preliminary reports,
"No arbitrary or imposed de- tibie super bomb of almost limits
plans, enforced on both parties aser bs can in fact be constri
by government, pave the road Union will from certain, however, t
to despotism. Laws that need- U efon nio ret etahead of uhs
lessly impose stifling controls to Ruulhis arrest Klaus thioh hi
and inflexible rules beyond the gen bomb problem. The American
cqdes necessary to fair play maya hydrben bomb was kept in low
be necessary in a dictatorship outred of the Korean War.
- but in a democracy they are An all out Soviet effort presumab
futile at the best and the cen earlier. In short, the news Of the
of rebellion at the worst." can have a two-edged meaning.
laienhower men expect because of these grim facts, ti
labor to split if he's no- have recently made an intensive in
minated. Only 010 will be state of this country 's air defenses
actively against him they The results, which will eccupi
say. The AFtL will sit it out. some days, are curious. disturbing
They add that the attacks ing--all in the same breath, as it w
come with ll grace from On the one hand, we do not no'
CIO, since it wasthe fm festive air defense. And on the ba
ial who cl was the of plans and appropriations, we are Dl
leaes to called some on itm an effective defense in the forseea
telyeafters th eroccupat io- On the other hand, improved air
diately adter the occupatove tems and truly revolutionary new g
o- and sought their advice have recently been developed. A
on labor strategy there make it possle to defend the
As for the Generars own the air-if we choose to pay th
stand on specific labor issues, priee.
that will be worked out by hb In order to understand the Sta
representatives orn the O t tenses today, two facts must be re


platform committee In Chicago. First, the se-called economies o
rotary of Defense Louis A. Johmnso
It Is this committee which the most promising and vital defe
will receive from Clarence Bud- be laid on one side, until the ou
dington Kelland the demands korean War.
which will be made on the Re- Second, the temptation to sooor '
pblolan party by the CIO to air defense was especialltM,4
eeeh t James Carey, national en ely ffectivedefense I
Secretary. and by the APl ait, until the recent development
t rah its ardent WlMis Chief of Air Stafft, Sn. Mo
ThMe labor leadr in g, has told the country that. as
olse lab or a KeM will bepr enr t of Oy attacking foame so0
polled shortly i afr Kellr ed on the way to Its target.
opens headquart In the kesomany figures emantingf
Jefferson Hotel in Washington to however, this one. m ofna
and dipatches requn for alulof thethemuocaL.
views n what should go into ofOr am
the 00 Patform. Mw .
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government to give t
fTb ndepn d where d t Pine's deti erlon
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for abot two he Whit ot
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hoos a re ived irb tl gett r e
th Ar y, Who i now operation gtn
w endetnt n had written Hughes that under th s e U. "
by hish Any .ae, o -We ranlroolds, e 1 1t4 i t
Spped e po tse d wi thy ir ast totduch ta th U
that under the er ouh n ttantes e was poverleSs.
Thetltilroade have Low been ope ted under the g.nWm
for about two ertpn, Hughes ecflolnde d White ho ,l, eoh .
..r.h....AMurphym
If s wt ge increase Is nowd nted to the th
less li t anis w it Wthe tt no wat onrer owts.
brotheihoods,then there would be real troue am
Wh't .ae Hughes lrtimater that it wOUld be
cult to fveont a strike l even ag i st the gv
UnIt~d Stc.tes.
Wite Bott counsel Murphy dtodhed back t t i
0Astopped the proposegdwage increase to the a e d Fstr
Th at was why John Steelman, who had been


ongr sman Frank Boykin, the gentleman from nMol W-t
e he s oiEvterything is made for love" but who pra otse s
hing Is adine for loans, in faced a tough re election
laM 1,ndh wh___oe__________rt vngrke t nouhi o hAlabama, i t
eNever before In Frank's long years o f a,-h nin tin
Sh ece shooting, coon-eatin and getting family loans fromnr h o. A




o ur owh lead, d ,e sppearen ah e s so w aed about getting re-elected. a
Juarezwell kno ong the folks back home.M.e"
Beao Out oA tr aAts e a e aan p aty rate, Bhe ongthesamn flo oded Mobile W
ur th ve. peppered the country de With billboards dlstr ll om o
oot fs peter advrth ing emerouy Whes and @hillnd l. bu t S
descendg hmar theground, started t r he-: laude epp
Jingle ounovera loud-spekker entitled "Build-wit
ranke sealed to fl ore t at it would takt to. at p
Shard Harding for your trade. she s are open all night- and he copter to ae people forget h iw
ShelAsnd he whisky stores, fod toes, music artso, even girl a keep two otious taP t chiselers, Joe Mitnhell and t OU
little Mexican- :sWtoreso e oth e, mof Jaiel; nso to forget how hea gt a oaIt,000 a -
0d not seem I know, for instance, th prostitution is Moble iPper coint ck after w oh ahe a emad his et l
ed and evil and against all the precepts of up With 40 per cent interest in the company.
, which leads decency. Apparently he also wanted vors to forget about thae ,
But for some strange reason, prostitution eo- RFc loan he got for the Stutts Lumber Co., which pulkt
a proven com- tinues to thrive. It is foridden In El Paso; it is Ihmber from Boy ts n.
rtf some of us fashionable in Juare Later, three members of the ThobmlvilI, Ale., bank hlh
What nakes me pause to ponder Is that Jua- benefited from this loan, were indicted.
SClean corn- rez has been going o# longer than 1 Paso, and Rdnning against the "All is made for love" congressmn were
roll across the the citisets of the Mexicah town do not seem hto two candidates:
* have a neon- be any ien happy or pro aeroub than the citizens 1) Joe Thompson, farher prosecuting attorney fro aiBUtler
1 Texans have of the town across the Rio. Ala., with an a-I record, who many people thinkeall daUDea
Theyhave bullfights in Juarez; they do not Boy in in the last primary. Later a vote-frd lscand l ShWK
wild duck for have ltih ts iin El Paso. But an El aPO O al that prostitutes Ppity machine ballot stuffers totd as soft
named M ormi Jck is fighting bulls In Mexico, i"es-"at a *et of which 10 bwaltl e a tso run aat? w .
gime in our and :l trmpled up a bithe other day. This Isr la iminal sentsflut o .
wt teal, for i- know as reverse lend-lease. )L 3oeen GlOver. who in many rspects sk aMsnud tgition of.
don to be trap e My thesis is probably this: you cannot enforce Boyn and recently split from the city mcnner
sold t r o be pimorality an the inob, because one man's morwl- etere o fro wk itai s aiplus m
Ity is another man's poison. S.03 fineu rll s it tiate s o0n t. m ak l
Se rsh.. sh o y h e at the moment. I Glov derems ne to h e a thl as der to mPe a






t oounen of the maresut
i seasoemr tof sey tit tedt Stoates bootplt ing ts bigger An& tion publicity as Boykint and a lot es PlaP s Woed Whe Ie
better than ever. And with more bad booe., money is coming frOm.
h isk too I t steels Mi if people wI always want to fight T.IMS ENATOR M ROM FLORIDA











rhe wnas efteteu bls S mdthi k this year'-sgo
nk at a bar bul and drink whisky andso on as there are en. pessardo wolan Ld.f tio r pe ty iM know it, but hisl
ring the legni boys lie Stils there will be bit of pleasant senatorial colleague froin Florida, G ov u m thots, also A DO-
Sto be the way trouble. mocrat, made some quiet oveotrfS e to Pt ex e. Claude P-oppe
We have attempted to indulge in a formula for to run against him in the primary. ..
it Us the cus- a tinkle world. We have not yet been able to The overture came from Smathers' close friend, Dick In-e,
themselves to solve the problem of Paso an the ofe side and who telephoned Pepper's close friend John Montegone to*
ly lunch, Cam- Juarez on the other, which makes me feel pretty "We want you to know that if Claude wants to run against Oly
often Martini. feeble as a taxpayer for the general improve- land he could count on about 200 Snrathers leaders to Upp"
s. I just bought me t of the universe, him."
uck-fifty. This If Mrs. Roosevelt or Trygve..le or one of the "How about some money also?" asked Montgomery.
the taxes we other world-moulders can dcide the problem of "Well there'd be some of that too," Danner replied.
1 Paso Versus uarezfor me, 1 will be pleased to "W e sgure wet' better spend some money now tha a lot
t. it Il you he par tyto the remodnli v of the jlobe,. but in more money four years frontnow If Pepper runs against at
reality you -are the meantime I think I Will fo to tile buBllights. era,"
On Sunday. When the bar o ate open. And I am &e had reference to the fact that ex-sen tor Pepper 6.
Taxis to. i nretweo n s quail aor bteal for lunch. .. sidered one of the smarotst vote-getrs In Florida, vant
tai seoo test terefn b ten, qiulontrtlluc he was defeated by Smathers two years ago. .
This message was conveyed to Pepper by Montgomery, bin
Pepper decided not to run this year against Hollan.
r H h dDefense ecidedyet, however, whether he will run
s saki enatorf mn thersfour years from now.
CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES /
ead S wart A British A oe Minister Churchill is planning a i ou
o rtalto Australia this summer to witness Britain's first atomic-M
test. Churchill's advisers intimate he's too old to make the trip.
S hbut he seefs determined to be there in order to make a dramnttl
announcement of the results.
In e or e, oRecaltra nt Ch bhil-Britain's ambassador to gypt. Sir
i S as not yetcomplete.N oftlaly Stevenson, threatened to resign last week unless Prim
Swori a fr stations will be in lace the endid th Min-iem tChurchill softened his government's tough policy towaM
t Union gtsl er. -'a
l ut even then, important ap sd W e il inworwet to Lando n ova l lin that h cables
the new. Mt- the radar screen on this continent: and foitUes a being Ignoreda and twat t ndebon omyl aoi e certain inc














tr -av6 n fo really ear about which Tar bSob esa bei i and ba n a ba
of the ter- really early wain which are t nee v pt unless Kingarouk is rognied a king f the Sudan
es p I. X foundation of any ofuly effective wftise, wl -st step wa a compromiesettmen.
inl prove that still be lacking..ab" aI .
icted. We are also already deficient in the other p rt
hat the fD0let Ofan effective air defense system. o _..







m trae nyte nthee, hae obeurenaily ne to be net a bd.a n te
efort to ild The all-weather types, the F- and its inten.
ybegn spdotab stindristins so not F-t aiat hae as been
t heavit depleted to protect our forM IK renr
tandouro strategic air basesin r t e
f quiry mIen he 'ihinight and b ad weather prothettihtb,
' his space for hair raising as the naked facts had see
were. Aooording to the best estimates, the SoViets



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.IOLLYWOOD. iNEA, Ex-;restoring youth. Is "Monkey
Nuslivel\ Yours' Mickey Rooney.:Business." A GLAND title!
Jinxec for manv year's bv bad -
movies, unhappy marriages all- Hedy Lamarr. who hasn't haod
th onv demands and financial re- an agent for years. is promising
verses. has finally made it to the to sign on the dotted line with
good luck hIghway ithe first Hollywood ten-percent-
He's now even with Uncle Sam er who wangles the financing for
S.ter paying off a $61.000 back her independent film, "The Sto-
cicome tax debt-and owns 20 ry of Esther."
Aer cent of Columbia's ne0 boxi --
ffh-e click. "Sound Off." He'll: The Navy may have okayed the
ret the same slice in his next for script for Esther Will I am ns'
Ihe sludio, All Ashore" and"l-Skirts Ahoy." but an ex-Wave
here's a million-dollar NBC tele-,officer told me that she was
vision contract in his pocket. :shocked by scenes showing en-
listed girls trying to pick up men
jnda Darnell is admitting that in Chicago bars and drinking
rer secret romance wlbh a New while on boot liberty. MOM can
,ork newspaperman is over and expect protests from veterans
That the unhappy ending hit her groups. she added, and the Navy
Is hard as her yellow jaundice can expect criticism for passing
attack. -the story points.
Ezlo Pinza's publishers are al-: Dovald O'Connor was dream-
ready announcing suminer pub- ing out loud a few months back
location of his autoblography.,when he said that he would like
"Across a Crowded Wordld." but to do a musical with Francis the
the book can't roll off the presses mule, but non Il has decided
antil Mrs Pinza oka vs the galley!that the next hee-hawer in the
$roofs. It's i Ezio's contract.. money-making series will actual-
ly be wired for song and dance.
- Robert Taylor has called off his! What's more. Jimmy Durante 0
3rip to Europe and the reason iswill co-star with Donald and the
spelled Diane Garrett. Bob willilong-eared critter In the as yet
1o another picture for MGM Im- untitled musical comedy.
mediatelyy after "Eagle on His -
Xap." i Alan Wilson says some smart
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dy" just a few years ago, has an Marta Toren's holding out for
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Gazarra. a role in a Martin and Lewis -... -......W__
comedy after smooching with 900TS AND HER BUDDIES '. .
Dana Andrews in "Assignment
Gypsy Rose Lee, the stripper. Paris." '
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L c.Ana.ostJ.eiowau..I "S- u4u, .
... i.M-tt'., M-ay 8. (UP) Tes 's-,n.ta, of $137.15. ored y Andersom and approved
Home 3uboomlaltee elaib- Ia; the Oxr'h 1 thatQ7by" Armeod Serv Ic te Commit- firt 8trred badges
etor arvtple tip bet 3 *t Fo mee W rs to tee 1s10 pthe oupeiMonle-
ebte dtu e di p ayse ..
8 s n tpture diapnays at h subooAitfniteefound that
.e i. s.. 1=A& fr e ommod i r-1he84 1..said
7e IF.3 Ind e byd sold i *o At nr laoa from
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p)., ad er t h heeta rb thn b amtios 0 tt tal*rmighterun Intooin billion. a
'bs tret, sw pd bKg --other th t the asar a comment relte da ot l ayed through t bLErT .
l lpodvtrrnmeent Iw atIt their Ia o t dri freat L ame b *thet.

p^nhe o v. o pie@ .wa.s lste Cj $1u.1 pnld the Army's "cost We- /The im
ohNotn On Ciaurn loo nowAm y17,AV sidm eabteswth, in. Casa
a e d ber = TOr.outh N. J. thwe display proves thDe Is ad tI f
He amidTthe Sahibi *ipAy^plent h o sty_1.1. 5 ast plenty of room fo mpr Ove-
i t .$n. o l nI t afTe h ib. by s l t bh O d t w M pr etreea r
Sa on t- l to Aberdeen proving





daytoI^ r^ a acation o 2 four I neartug room dof e A f d 8@r Whethe varia Eogwere e- *
Mrs. th ndhb i comm ttee* t he t to grai ode, Md.





MSs Caa p ofthe anx se iiary b m te r were notal.- ^nf^ 41 'e
Ir ai n r xe Cleveind,: aid by th Arn fon the aais ithe rtobireltd & (3 T01 CONIR
wDavid, ar s aredeie var s in t prhAPillow was charge up at 7e


T744 3 W o paidoh b the e,.rP Cp .at ortthathl fhd reld Md,o.O


194d weia. ot "hmber to horro" hwer ouh time AL. .
dCO BSAre es 1 Handg 1o .taB ) -- tor similar items ferbt e Fort Lewis, Wi i ., the
open the i *os o f othr the .wo c ,1 V 1hlocat iP01waslisted as $115 FOAM SCSI= 111AT"
onth' VAcAtIn in Allr _ott 'b e"Don't look now, Army," i U At ~e |ae a. A lov n a
Ol th e V oof t h eminl *lx t1 oCt I eemf W dabert, "but A Ithink your' is e Cawool trousers, according to
.anim s.s 1 O4 p en_ a l'sbfVic display. cos$1.5aFotat$. s LA IMPORTADOgARAL E
SandM r .T.()Pan The exhibit was set up b the eni, Ga., and $1.40 atK so so nNo. t Orlt p tte A i
-.ahndMrs hip del omon hs ohl Army sseveraldaysgointheAberdee proving. pound.
a re leaving ton the e o n bhulenearing room of the A ed Oft- Whan the variatons were cl .
SMot r o a tv heiitO e .. eesa mmte, where thee d to Coggin' at6 ntion, he Ad L A
months rto -a timg d, 1 e f'r .h .o Hebert subcommittee re ent were int S nificant.R e iS



r.r daughte r An Clevela nd, .ru. .e u t tenwnde o l new1y1s reMlipts an d tore qreb thy, etd e E
n sfthew mlitryperohases at deffernt times, anti.
lan t l A lo i h c h henier mmt T,,han from t The Uearlcierndrp -- bd authat the cheaper articles prob--







a rnoot, reenthe Pannaunad her en geon t Baloa Heghos. L honor. 1T ropS r the wes teinnof her, 'rtmh Prauoeream, a h er* a atthordf ter nU timeK aD)
a- ieerbrnnt "chamber of horror" showed ably were bought some time
o MrM be.ee Berst tred show n ay oetoM.....lik e or similar items bo u gtg. fot/
.NY. r itte a miAgt h liarySouethwlt ra .. om bybid. at widely Wcaryia pr.iee on T Rep. a ck Z. Anderson.(I
ent- ..ne. G.lero de e a oer. th, .three my, Navy, Air Forces and e wrs l), ranking Republican maw A r .
n r lt a rusgo 6 to e t o6hr s voedd inootend a rpsd
hiA 6 t4 u pa 3 oer of the waste subcommittee,
AunOtofthPe .oMGe Pdro p id- was builtatacosteof$3,0conteded, however, that t N A
u o flr e pea t hel TiLfe. u o hBiO ft# awin- Mto bolster the suboommittee'&a. price .variations. t n..



r rti KrMday nnI. Newer w o T wnng at the ChSurch. Mrs. p a r ent p
lrt e. a Unite d State, on te ov o- s, of Oidt contention that all military buy- the Army Itself proved bett .r f
0. N.boea cnd u c fed ther g e at ... ...... .I. should be done from a single than the IubcommIttee's *
tieral and selected a. her subject e ou=ththa no.. Oh mberof Horrors the u- i
itMothers of the o Bible." De tlnete M te ten of Th e Army's dishay-eubed gent need for standariation









rss. hhr esT erhew and dia-onhe fEDID trge an d hew summ e Reorroors" "Chamoero HrrOrs theout ev err e
At a luficheon after the hmeet-t, wte. h aa dr h ortlng o.s*i n
fin.-n m. s he ss t e enaround to comprised of news clippings arndA ctourequireth.'
SMeotaSandberg. two activeW s king. E ph r hilrorboa aroundtrh o
MIRS ANNE CAROLINE STAPLER, Balboa Tlgh School Senior membesoft the auxiiary were West's I the poCafro and aIroad o.....T A
tent, recently announced her engagement to Anthony Lehonor guestss. The roup preset had anOter l o dr oe'opper, soru th eAS
son of Mrs.and Mrs. John L reFrance of Staten Island, ed each with a lovely crystal h td m e lead. e t oi ther sc i
NY., t private family gatherig. The wedding wltakePen ilae p ac. Mrs GereCw an d doneofeat n a ac nd padeto make sldCers Cst o nsgi ouhs.
In June. Mis Stapler is the daughter of Capt. John R. Stapler Sandberg are leaving the Idth-hith tiqu W Iown hso d h apt. Cyril Con, o h Pretty and Pratial
and Mrs. Electra M. Stapler. museeoi to make their homes in & M 5e bo e Il c f t sa WMFU H Pe
CONPIRA D RAoAGOu IsO S *r c .wrtfe W600nw vr Th diel id
TOn o NEWCOMER AT LUNCHONk. e Are n. W: wa h bn OJTe dplay, incidentally, T -
S ntertai nn br Mrs. Franeis K. Newe er,-wife he Tile l nr. lmber for the a ed c thl d aring '
overa.n of thePanams. aisoalowhoisoailigenFidyrdar pAtuly ,n Car of d At -fi .ha Re 0threan ar f
SllUnilte States, Condessa de Rabago,-wife of the Spanish Palt asndia ofOrchid ItW hat uth ha ai B rG p,





A h e na do r -ga e a ben voyage u rho At th e Em bas ey It 1, f th e R et f iv e n w D i si m 7fts An d M e e t i n g S t Td A Pl a o
ree he yesterday noon.10 era l r, e. id The win- hree a se spades. lth aW no
ltwng the luncheon, canasta wn played by the bee- ner was the dlftrtof the six toi fab(1fl t6Wl1 see AMeeting of the Canal Zon
tes am her guests, Twenty-four guests were present sit piece Sterling iVur tea and Cof- the 1e0and kilai iswnBSummer Recreation Board Xwi a l a'iu room .
e N o f handwith obeheld Saturdamorning inAthe| -e.. .- i in Lingrie
hearts for hi p to thno- coming at 9. Motherador
Governor and Mrs.Newcomer Mrs. Rice tendered a buffet suP trump ral niatters relative to the
Plan to egl Thise Fnday ICa. card party at their rea-Eld W- rovere; ,st had discarded forthcoming Summer Recreation
Governor of the Plasma Ca- ence on Balboa Heights. Wp.l, ( the deuce of heairts.. a diamond Program, to be sponsored forn
1. cBrigader inreneral Francis RetrnSFro Vacatio V s h trick to wnn W61t *eway from a children attending Canal Zones
or are sailing on Friday aboard Mr. and Mrs. Rogelle Alfaro Bg tAginSW&WstheWrt eoed three. t to to i l- il b i u
D.erN Comere daugh- Beandgonly 1n4 AOnS TOd,3te).to 'Meoc.bs
and Me.eneral Newcomer Ivacation In Colombia. here from PhiladelphIa on a t6. hRc W uic and me reso of Ca C wll o .
retiring from the Army. 'preanu touunder, thie ausnA "ichCalLntlyNledtE Olu 0 rve t 38th anniversary of n i i iT' ...
1 L L I the al n th"h ryr ttuis year. Ca'
Farewell oDiner C hd. e. t e agr I.o e ; aMe PutL UPa Othe ol 11apes sig
1WhrthekIfed'2he bohech 4n.
Mrs. s1NLAD FBEmatteUwas Wag'- 1
tForday.innerlos as add
evAeig, hoaaree toGovernor od' tell &A. sa t r ee
the Panama- Caal and Mrs. eJi ve my d Rusty,
Francis K.Newcomer, who ar a ia 1 odea e
leaving for the United SMatestOA 1 tV,,ehow.
rd La a. W.C" A-tin ofC e
Mrs.BethfelNW.; M SChristian. hueth We~t conthinbed.with
Gov. and IMrts. Newcomer in san oduel.ythewetW an tiIt wd bs- to '"setof
As a farewell to Governor of Mr* and Mrs. R. R. Potter and 1 calls for enWagements at a the__remeethigGreek.W E. HAVE NO SPAC ETO-T T 11.,
the Ponama Canal and Mrs. their sons. Jimmy and Rusty, Baptist Church Guachap1 ,
srancin Wd. et ic r yopmet'stwhoaare .ii sail.aboardstr h same ship on Sunday, June 1 to-June 5; Nauar-
tor of th. PanamOrCanal, Majorivisitlng.relativesiD s Cin rRaainsir thai- yr ooCi-o..ihere rd s A ER(
General 0eotge W. Rice andilowa and at their summer aRnJo.oSunday. June 8ato 12; and srose otrumanwStn .herehups
o... M__ Monday, June 16 to 1s, admad -she fIrm's fame: "My Mar-
.. ethelmission. Parque L" e're, 0r can'tHEft."
oday, June 23 to 26. 'mr.s .


Woriffs and .oup, Haro ld BAMBOO LUN EONIALS2.S 1.o22:.7
and 0. Marshall; olll h one
Goup. 0. Clarke, ,nd MenE
Grveoup Are cooperate whl0ae1or '002 ;l 10.
b eg inCH I.Bu." P LUNCHEON MATS 1.75 -.97
ROMANCE CMi S jM ) FRHIBATERI0 FIAERY MATERIAL 2.75 1.oo
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" FOR SALE

ta. SALE -Apex waoh.ng machine
ito M 800-c. rIboa.
SALE -Mavtag 2 cycle wash-
-o -machine. Three -- ce
lo-o:m sule" double bed w.th
4 mmons BeauTy Rest innersoring
" mattress dresser. che-t ol dra.-
rs $70 Small dining room table,
chairs. $12 Three 3 onre 6
I 9.mboo window shade, ti. e regular
iam colored windoA shode;. all
.ades for $5 Table 2' w 2. 52.
Phone 2.1652 after 5 00 v r*
house 1429-C Carr street. Bal-
Oh SALE.-9.5 feet Westinghou-e
fa refrigerator. porcelain. $100.00
mboa 6415.
SALE -Bamboo furniture, focr
Pieces. good condition, 818-B Em-
pire St. Balboa 2815. F
"fO SALE -Complete bamboo set.
* perfect condition. Coco del Mar,
fth Ave, No. 8. Tel. 3-4398.
FOR SALE: Norge refrigerator,
brand new, latest model. Contact'
Mates Hernandez. Tel. Albrook
S174. From 4 to 5:30 p. m.
SALE: Setee, lounge chair,'
arm-chair haywood wakefield fur-
: ndt.an. $75.00. House 180
JPrtobello St. New Cristobol. Phone
&-1672 _____. .


FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS MS
Au1enuee'I'iI Do you have a driving problem? PWK b. W s. of
Write Akhelies Asesymeam. B.I Clae. s
Service Personnel and Civ.lion 2031 Ance. C. Z. P r % M7. l '..I
Government Employes TRAVE OPPORTUNITY: Enloy Gramlich's SaeM the beach-
Insist on TRAVEL.OPPORTUNI:
Government Emploes Finan'e Co. your vacation in co0ol Costa Rica. cetta le. EIKtletC 1tr I1 Osg, as
When you finance your new Fly LACSA. PAA affiliate, only stoves.o maodiete rat el. Teloihe"
or used car. $55 00 round trip. Inquire Pen 6-441 or 4.-567.
AGENCY DEHLINGER ama Dispatch, Tel. 2-1655. across foster's furnished cottages, half mile
Noe. 43 Automobile Row trom Ancon bus-stop, beyond Santo. Clara. Goe refriger-
Phme 1.4984 3-4985 CO SALE actors, ranges. Special rates week-
Thle biggest usd car, sle IrEn t L ly or monthly, 'private road to
T.h istery f Punu a .cAl mk a .." beach. Fo? Information visit Dag-
hisdeory, Pl Pnm. E A makes.g mar, Tivoli Avenue No. 6, or phone
SMOOT&O PAREDES MOTHERS'S DAY ORDERS for baby Panama 2-0170.
Your lulek, Chevrolet Dealer orchids, delivered anywhere I in -f
_---.,- .--- -. United States, accepted until May FOR SALE
The b..est usecar sale In the' 9th. LOCAL ORDIMs May 11th.
history of Panuma. All Imekes, all Bouquets corsage for ll occa-1 Real tutu.
models, ll P a RIDS sions. Telephone ORCHIDS GAN. COTTAGES. Santa Ci.r. Landscaped.
SMOOT & PARur ick, Chevl ler DEN, Panama 3-0771. Atlantic furnished, two bedrooms, will fin.
uruickside Cristobl 103. once. 826-A EmprSt. Monday
FOR SALE:-1949 Ford Station Wa- PANAMA CANAL COMPANY thru Thursday.
gon. 826A Empire St. Monday thru OFFERS STRUCTURIE)$ FOR SALE Th rsda.
Thuursday. I u FOR SALE:-Lond in Aoaion, 20,"
Thursday. i For sale to the highest bidder Build. 000 square meters fl-fi a meter.2
The billest used car sale in te ings Nos. 31 and 36. Gatun. Sealed Tel. 2.5083, P om.i,
history of Paneim. All makes, ell bids will be received in the office
models., all pces. of Superintendent of Storehouses at fQOR R T
SMOOT & PARIDES Balboa until 10:30 A. M., May 14. K
Your Buick, Chevrolet Deeler 1952, when they will be opened in Aa lMb
public. Form of proposal with full
PO SALI--1949 Puiuk Super Cony, particulars may be secured in the. ,
Lih d lther uphlstry, offices of Superintendent of Store- MAdern A w unIMlOpw mreto
white sid wells mew. 1i,565 mIle, houses and the Housing Manager at M a.oelr I .4 I.S .cfn
This car is like new. Priced lew for Gatun. -4j* W" e w,.,1 M
quick qIe. --tw e__ owl, f ow
SMOOT & PAREDES SOR SALF:-The famous "Sixtomat" iCrlMal. tIlphW I C n.l
light-meters, shockproof It Porros, ble
FOR SALE:-1949 Buick 2 deer Su- Plaz 5 de M Pa rro FORRENT: To respnsile party
e t. i Low ail lle ew t ..new 5 d Myo, Panama. only. Furnished on bed room


".&p_ rg '. ,
WANTED tires. Priced to sell. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
WA E I SMOOT & PAREDES OFFERS STRUCTURE FOR SALE
For ale to the highest bidder Build-
S i;,eeltmnPnHe FOR SALE:-1951 Dge 2 doer, ing No. 65, (ambrb Clubhouse),
W TED: 25 cycle Auomphlter, low milaee. Gamboa. Sealed bids will be receiv-
Washer with agitator Houset5437 Anher SMOOT & PAR S bar- ed in the office of Superintendent of
S rtment "J i D.ablo r---us 43 'ge. Storehouses at Balboa until 10-30 A
FOR ALE M., May 19, 1952, when they will
ilTE :-Amr~cn oupeaes-es
ViVNITED:-Amer.can couple desires rwiO JMLE be opened in public. Form of pro-
-..2 or 3 bedroom apartment. hot poa otosal with. full particular may be
Water. Vicinity Bello V.a:. CamCia Boats& Otors secured In the offices of Superanten.
ilegre. Call Mr Rob,. Haote T.- FOR SALE:-Boat 32 feet long, light dent of Storehouses and Gamboo
i %l. c1 a cruiser, with all equipment. Perfect Clubhouse Maneger.
h couple reur apartment condition. See Vassil Lorforcof t FOR SALt: Craftsman Portable
rnished or unfurnihed Phone Peoia Prieta. Belt Sander, with carrying case and
*._lboa 1274 ten belts. Used two hours. 25 or
0 TED -Small lfun.ihed apart- ft .a e 60 cycle. $50,00. 1470-1 Holden
*ent in Bella Vita area for two r SIL W St. bbsoa
ti. Call 3-2533. INDOOR GARDENERS AND AQUA-

S- S a a SUCCULENTS, TROPICAL FISHES
S MANhEexcfRING fct (mo kdthbmonrs bltok r iWtcollsn
M^tiev f the 9NWW Metc.l, GOLNF ISES. A q u a t i c
owe, plant. An IAo TROPICAL, No.
Sh ntwo- d Franc) Stablesphone 3-4132.
S Tel.2-333tar boys gnorda shower:o n FO,
S By Appointment mass n at flaming church yestepl- sile and u.t ,. 00,ti Aoelso. r"a
day and thep escaped .just'beforei for Pckard car, excellent oraidi-

-- trshboysrt cirit hed rrelleano T telephone Balboa 1288.
*a a *Latry Allafco took the chalice to
Sthe oly Sacrament before they FOR SALE :-Deep Freeze 25 Cycle,
S- A short circuit to tthe elee scetrine Telephone Balboa 188. et
e g a a ry requires thatta pes t must com- oR SALE: s $20,00. Holden

.... -to wek bfora pleteep a mass once t is started Street 1470, tment "D," Tel.


^ blonde bank teller said and Pather Patch did not falter. 2-2635, Balboa.
wN h Thelby st afhir e a- Fr120 bselli o, excellent condtio, a
SW i n.. .. ay t er l t arted. TheRead ou. m* u e snoble: price. Phone Ponaom 3-
SFBI announced today the e rded more than 200 chool 4711.
9s t ofct I tn nat knowingn in cn t ,n children and scores of adults to -- --Tel Pnm 2-42,
o a fivem enrinober ofnthe street. as fire engines raced FOR SALE: 25 cycles: "Noroe"
SfS bankt LavI I knto the scene ke it urmangle machine $40.00. Electric
bank ine ad complaint tht.. Roman Catholic church law fan, $10.00. Venetian blihd and
Se men theons re rov h l i requires that a et must con-; eban oeshades $20w00.onerde an





I dng-I aco plte heaiffent.'tIh t round n them. They didn't .
April 3-two hinds beror pre lete a mass once t Is started,' Strt ,1470; apartment Tel.e
blonde bank teller said and father Patch did not falter. WNED 2-2635, Balboa.-Eperiesed d
Wi W1 s held up ly had bee. T he boys stayed at Ois sida at- orbs. Personal inte aut
r- all the others had let the ee: Aerviencedas Cosurunmosdu, C. n Aut.
of the five men were d by a thin cabe rom the mobile Row 29. We also sell
ed with being acessoried donly about 10 iutes GUARANTEED Used T nd
M fact in tha t "known broken glass and ember r t ll fromd TAubs.- Tel: Panama 2-4721, So-
tl offense had been co I ew atple m t., I ti house, itwpen all day.
Caer and Clifford Le enuflete boys were wonderot of theul andl- The meetin- scheduled to
or assisted, the often proud the of them. They didnt urch
Sorder to "hnder Leter prewa have they had been P i n Offen
pthe a!Prehenslonl trial or As ftremen turned high press.
t ht in April 17 theday ute water hoses on the flaming WANTED.d-Experisced dark reem
Supposedly bad been staple, the mass went on. operators. Personal interviews it
A aopound chandelier, sus- Photo Service, Curundu. C. Z.
pended by a thin cable from the --------
ent-n of Charlotte declined tosway. The altar boys look- e ,





onthe appat werent discre- alwood HOLYOKt It apprehensively. ., UP-Thre Professor Leo Cardona o the
the story told WbyMrs.ooke sistersPatch wisered ttfewal Conservatory of ll

av. both Durh at the es three wern one showered at d with will prlt 1 his ppils n a
ank cruf.. t Lear broken hosital. nda mbers fell from tomorrow n i Ma at the Ci st-
tank and Trust CO. the steeple. lie Clubhouse, it was announced
men charged with con. At the end of the mass. Is- today.
to rob the bank were tter Patch took up the chalice,
as Cager and Clifford Les- Renuflected at the foot of the al- The meeting Is scheduled to
of Leaksville and Geo t ar.land followed the boys out start at 7:30 p.m.
Ji.ll Jr 33, of Durham. of the church.
Several minutes later, the spot
a d Cager Lester was where they had been standing 19 Pin Cth.JamLe
11eWt night in Atlantic was covered with-buruing debate. 19 Piano StUuents

id Vth being accesaar-
.^rthe tact were Xlwood IHOLYOKE, Mass.. (UPi-Three Professor Leo Cardona of the
93 and William Holyoke sisters gave birth to National Conservatory of Mitfc.
38. both of Durham. babies within one week at will present i1 It his pupils In a
ixame hospital. Daughters were ratital on May 2i *a tthi elrtri-


U: miand Hammock and brn to -s. MAlfred osLueUe and
m.'e'Accemsorles after the Mrs. Walter Koch and a son to
Mrs. William Morton.

SENSATIONAL

9i BUICK CONVERTIBLE
DYNAFLOW
PICE TODAY.. .51 78U0.
TOe e teded $25. d*ty asdtll sid.
=7SW SEE IT TODAY.

SMOOT & PAtEDES
%' a ir ikok 1 Chevrolet Deler


bal Union Church.
Ten of the no students who
will ny thn recital are from
th atfile Bide of the uIth
muls. Nine are from the ktlan.
Utc Side qnd take their leMuM
=tem -oleor Oardona in the
h wb plon ofam the io
ohnmb. Mah jtaltemr.
The recltal wll include pieces
ftgn 16 difftnt composers.
CO"M Mt Will pi the conclud-
gngniber which wil be -by

TOlMUt are on sale at 72 eents
for adss Wand school children
ento and may be purchased
MW f afl iWupils or from
of a LW Cristobal mlon


apartment, with twin seds, livlng-
room, kitchen with 41ectrlc refrL-
*erotor and gas stove. House Not
2. 1st. Street Ptrry Hl1, Apt.
No 5. For. B.70.00 per month,
Apply Quljano, gth' Strt No. 15.
FOR RENT:--A very Mt apartment,
livingroom, dinj lrdm, two bed-
rams. fage. f Fil. 3-2029 Or
3-1160.
FOR .RNT:-One room aportfeat
Hwse No 7, 1It Street Per
Hill, 8.35.00. Apply Quljano. 8th
Street No. 15.


FOR RENT
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FOR RINT:-Two rooms, near An-
con-,P. 0. $25.00 MI one. Phone
ealbea 2708.,


FOL ENT


POr RENT:-L for Aency, es-
Ibbllihment company only. In
Building recently constructed. 1st.
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MEDMICAL TUIPXMKNT, bought wlthj t oe d of 1k tal
sponsored by the Junta Femenina deab oetlr9o la, W tIrn
ed over to the Sanitary Unit and af In Rio AhM0O
Tuesday afternoon, oinme of the equipmtW *shM lrMte
Dr. Alfred N. Gerald, director of the unit, thanks MI Vin
Witter, president of the ladies welfare group, and some of ItS
member for helping vo enable the'dibo try to render better
service. _

I-(FOR IMAGINARY)
(Contlnused frI Pa 1)
removed en masse, as in a truck drawn up by the Disaster Control
loe* would aggregate a igh- chiefs for each Of thi arao siq
ly dangerous amount of radia- question and the appropriate
tion, whereas the same "Tvie pl" W5a puIt into action for the
time" treated singly would not Miraflres "attack."
be "da ous." Today's exercise se set to test
Plcardi were posted on build- the eff"etveness of the "paper"
wings in disaster areas to deslg- plan against actual "recue"
nate damaged or destruction, eration and to make any need%
and "casualties" were identified correctftlu or amendments aM
by tags describing the nature cfirevealtil bytoday's aperieneo In
the wounds, for benefit of first the flMdfi preparation against
aid workerS. a possible genuine attack.
In addition, a number of "Ope atim Iteot" was the
"wounded" dummy figures were calulatIMn of joint planitg
used in the exercise, as well as by the amtd ffetes of the
cardboard figures representing Canal l5m, 4begahti t Ila-
the dead,. nary, 1N5,
Signee lifeseaving was the prim- Two previous eomanal pA t
ary aim of today's exercise, the exercises testing the aper
dead were removed after living work planning and eoesrda-
casualties were cared for. The tin between the Di Same
dela also permitted the bodiesl" Coitrol Ce ter and Zone effl-
to "Cool" from their radiation. etbl imro edd' today's fiel
A total of 393 trained teams enrels ,
took rt In "Operation Jack- The operation was headed h
Dot." ese Included 57 first aid Lt. Col. John P. Mia (Army)
teams, 39 treatment holding and his two assistant directors,
teIaM, 47 firefighting teams, 17 M. A4 *.- Wat, tirao ((
light rescue teams, 45 utility Force) and It. Cdr. Tom tMaue
teams and 43 chemical-blologi- tNavyt.
al adiologcal (monitoring) master Control subcter
teams.dopeaion funct rione on the Atlantic Bide is headed
The operation functioned in by Col. X. P. Taylor.
mlitry zones- Amador, Officials pointed out today
12 mlrth Alhre elArthat their disaster relief plan
Quarry Heights, Albrbok Field, was thoroughly orgapiaed
Curundu, coroal, Clayton, Rod' that rescue w0ar W bol W
man, Ko-o ., Coco Solo Gulick e to go Intao and l a at-
Davis and Bherman. tion effetol- ino erven if i-
The exerele did not affect tor Cof tier e RvntiS
olfian residents of the Cabal destroyed.
Zone or anama, bat was pfln- canal Zone
Mu as Othe HtIttfy eemlt joined armed -
mnat to itmllan 4deonse of the era in ex il
lftee Malo e*SANS., tti '" coaif
It WON tae" ati eory
tht n at a omic aMtftk of the a- t' i tB
one of tZltebdh of 6e Pa- tail," ai J 1M
nmA C al at Gatun, Pedro Mi- plaUl
gul n.aa, .. b 1 ap ou
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rescue operation plans were or eattlet. .'


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William sr. L. man, ; n. CarlgEletion of Offers will
aquder, Mrs. Florence S ouder. Martha: Mrs, Paul Furt, E .t; take place at this time.
Mrs. L. A. Maurir. Mrs. Sloard Mrs. anmeil Rowley Warder;
oirmann, Mrs. Ann Mailer. Miss mr. F. Orsene. aenaiaeln Mrs. P.C. 4"S31 ed kites gap"er
]Ruth shMrs. :. J. 3d C Milton Cookcon..sololat; and Mrs. inSd
rs? W. an a. d Mr,. William M. deenan, organist. Thl per.nrel of U t 8. P.O.
. W. O, (> n Mr In.i "h" ---- Mrjos. a outVet supper
R Albritto Mrs. Noble Phil-.4." frijoyed a buyfet supper
i. M r -Le4 MrsJ.? Mnr teess Visits and din t the C P.0 Ol b at
SI ilt M. il Crietebal the ival tion in C00co 80lo
een, a sjlaqh, Mrs. Mr. William H. Xeenan of Sattrdty evening. The music for
rold bn ni Mrs. M. antsa clara,.R.., is aspnd!p8 detain was furnished by the
S1119 X at 857.00 am week in Mw Cristo as te l tans. A nature copy
was received to aid in purchas- aest of her son-in-law and of he "481" Ill fu dress was
tg kitchen upplies.l dauhter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl plaeed in front of the band
Rm -ha -e s iseirgitcs. stand. A large crowd was in at-
!r lhapt- Vs*its teadfidiee.
3mlS Fbt Capttln san Mrs rerrest
lra Chater No. 2. offers detainedd at blasier .let Reset Aasilary
and b mem et.Order of the East-_ Capta ad W. Members Takie Note .
er' Star ati latun. were epeasi rorat of Qu rMe UiS- Memlbe f the LAdies le t
nests f thne officers and tl m- ner guestss of Mr. and 51. U. Rilfttf Auodiatiun are rminn-
bets of Royal fPalmC chapter No. T as at their hoea ed that the will take a trip
So a t their regular tn Wednesday averting. Ca to Puerto PnF rida afternoon
oit Crl w ]tk ar held arrest. who was retired tA for thI purp o talking dry
iay evti _W t the of Aids toI aviation rotin A- foods to the holu for the aged
r.tobal Mild1enple. Coral pril 0m and Mra. arrest Will!l thts. Any IIMas who ae in.
vine was used to decoate the t- aboard the Cristobal tomorrow t.r .g are we atoa take patl
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by fr@kt te their 6ttI
*W ti td w to p laentsn A inseallment term
Von item pre ooutrod by Regulation "W',"
ablyE t B Al o woo suspended.
a nd The 4wWo <0 6 not, affect Regulation "X
wlnd et- which the go$rinterm t Mts down payments
lnd mortgage terms ao homes,
fIw't raeev"l board aiM d its e- The regulation first was fin-
Sbyr e 9 :- r posed in September, 1960, under
S.ig authority granted by Congress
S-Int. Ea after the outbreak of tte flitting
m" tt mto4 W..the in Korn set off a sharep h fl "
bao a If It fife tionary spiral.
The board ha credited It with
on and s gr oups lid e- a ntaJor assist in the tastr of
adnd Mr. igragmrt lirhed thhe M as u sourton hih prices
al s r 110f of progreMM if thtO war-- e orlainal regulation called-
S1 ea*int Igh es art -nd Mlid c4- (or even harsher terms one-
Ser terms should enable people to third down ano only 15 months
"ea'N PeoSpen biy things they want & have to pay on automobiles for tkcam-
Tel Cotlllion Club mB 1uunable to afford, ple and Congress voted to
s iJt A t A erme bard e kesman soften them last year in extend-
M01t 1a0m tete Me tush fo eige I, In the controls law.
ed d ett eek a bre hili, h vM b i mea*- Lit month. the board Italf
iGraOfL and sMtMe eid he pdble has ban removed the 10 per cent down
,te ltut 1nln'f tue a large abate of Ms payMlent requirement for homr
ere In t savings. repairs and improvements and
The suspended etulatlon had exeped purehaste costing legs I
Me. a t specified that buyr must place tnA *$100. The previous floor had
stse -B aone third down on automobile IM 110.
.r. w o X Ohttit with the balance due in 18
have an t esidtee mOnthl to pay On outtiold a In suspending the credit con-
from cowU nt MI-A in pliance such as radis id TV trols, the reserve board eMlPhl-
atutt. sets, end 1s per cent down afnd a that it was asking CougrSii
... .18 months to pay on furniture, to Mtilue the base law under
lithts of Clata b teo Meet w they were imposed. Tisa
ngeeday f ft It was the second timhe In would enable it to restore the
T e ti at o the week that the reserve board had controls if inflation again threat.
4 t imV bal eased It anttinflatiln controls. eied to get out of hand.
No. 8s09 at O 1,t1oal, w .held Earlier it suspended its volun- fl Itw expires JuMe O and
Tuesday evening. Ias .1 t 30 tary business credit rnttaint there St considerable sentiment
pM. % Is I m hly pre n under waich bus in ees s for letting the credit
meeting 'at i. 9In men were urged to defer "nbn- r lo die. The ClO gave a
Margarita, essential" projects. powerful boost t ti drive Wed-
saB-yt by asserting that the

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Pacific All-Stars Win 7k

CZ Little League Title
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THE STANDINGS Pitman. If .... 0 0 0 0 0o o0
Team- Won Lost Desloge if 2 0 0 0 American League
Pacific All Stars 3 0 Snider s 2 0 0 0 0
Atlantic All Stas I Robinson, rf 0 0 0 0 0 TEAM.. Won Lost Pet.
Armed Folces All Stars 1 3 turti :~ 2 0 1 1 0 st 5 7
.. Stoddard. c .2 0 1 3 0Boso .
NEXT GAME Barblei p .1 0 0 1 1Cleveland 14 7 .61167
Walling, c ..00000Washin ton....11 7 .611
walling, cf 0St Lou .10 10 o00
Saturday Pacific Little New York 8 10 .444
league Park. Totals- 20 1 3 15 4 Philadelphia 7 10 .412
Atlantic All Stars vs. IChicao 7 12 .38
Pacific All Stars PACIFIC ALL STARS h 4 1 2 6
10:30 am.' AB R H PO A Detroit ..... 4 14 .222
Durham, rf 0 1 0 0 0 TODAY'S GAMES
The Pacific- Little League All Catleman. 2b 3 2 2 0 1 Chicago at Boston'.
Stars von il round robin Dut fee. lb 3 2 2 7 0 St. Louis at Philadelphia.
tournament series ye.st e r d a y Ryter, ,s .. .4 1 2 0 2 Detroic at Washington.
afternoon deieaingR the Armed,Sutherlandl, p 4 1 2 0 1 Cleveland at New York.a
Force Little Leaguers 11-1. -Bateman, cf 3 1 1 1 0
The next game of the tourna-K irkland, lf-2b 2 0 1 0 0
meant willbe played Saturday Corrian. rf-I 4 0 1 0 0 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
morning when the Pacific Lit- Mt, 3b 4 1 10 1 (NightiGme)
te Leaguers will lay host to Barnes, c .2 2 1 10 1 R
the Atlantic Little Leaguers St. Louis 000 000 000--0 5 1
Game time will De 10 00 a.m. at Totals- 29 11 13 18 6 Phila. 100 000 00x-1 4 12
Little League Park on Gaillard Winning Pitcher: Sutherland; Harris and Moss. Kellner and
Highway f rain forces a post-Losing Fitcher: Kramer: Struck Astroth. SOrBALE CRAM" `- Th
nement the :'nm" will played Out. Sutherland 8; Barbler 1; side, became the sole posse
the afternoon at 2 00 pm Base on Bails: Sutherland 1:' (Night Game) team abovee) id Out a 7
Yesterday Owen Sutherland Kramer 3- Barbler 2 Hit b. Detroit 100 100 000-2 5 1 Friday in a pWtet game
held the Armed Forces 'team to Pitcher kramer iDurfee*: Hits Wanh. 004 011 00x-6 11 0 Front row, i.J .''. 1
three hits and a single run while Off Kramer 5. HIt 5 Runs in I "Gray, Hutchinson (3) and B. I. Goldstiln edIL R. D
bis teammates slammed out 13 Inning 10 out in 2nd Inning;. Ginsberg. Hudson and Grasso. Cantrell, R. B onds J.
bits and scored 11 runs to give Barbier 8 Hits, 6 Runs In 6 In-s-
the Pacific All Stars three wins 'ni gs; wo Base Hits: Castle-Chicag o 000 002 000-2 5 0 atI rs t o
in a row. iman Durfee, Ryter, Bateman, Boston 140 000 20x-7 9 1 j ieadqUaMr, sb tItdecis oi
In the first Inning, the Armed Corrlgan McGriff: Three Base Ho le omb (0-2 Kennedy, liampla"on t of the ifte
Forces scored their only run of Hits Schosser; Umpires: Luger. Stobbs and Lollar. Henry (4- av nia
the game when Don Schlosser DeLaPena. and Engleke: Scorer:-,and White. 1952 softball ]Wu in the
on wild'Mead, Time of Game: I Hr. 15'veieVenyMatched team
pih. Ther only other serious'Min- Cleveland 201 110 002-7 1 2 i Secoatnd t l i Marines,
boringg threat came in the fifth' -New York 001 010 000-2 12 0 ntcation Station, aboa), 5.
n singles by Curtis and Stod- 1,P,. i,. II G Oarcia (3-2> and Tebbetts.
dart with Curtis ending the rally POlICe, llKS Little Raschi 12-31. McDonald, Schal-
being nipped at the plate on an lock and Berra. *

e the oi.e a sthe leaguers In Second Nationa league Pacific L
S with four runs on a doubi;!Playoff Game Today T Wo Ls Pet. 1952 Iatt
3 McGriff, a wlBi to Bob Barnes, TEAM- Won Lrt Pet. d 195 B at4t
pusn'successive doubles by Castle- Brooklyn 13 4 .765
man. Durfee and Ryter After: THE STANDINGS New York 13 5 .722
scoring two runs in the fourth. Team WiOn Inst Chicago 12 7 .632
the Pacific went to tnon in the Police .. .... 1 0 o Cincinnati 12 .600 .
fth with four runs on liv hit. Elk ...... 0 1St. Louis 10 10 .500 Name Te
Sutherland, scored his -nd The Police and Flk will meet Boston 7 13 .35i -
mound victory In the sei.- ile today (weather per mit In n Philadelp h 6 1 2 .33 Batemn- llnelt Life. .
Wviun up three hits ne run 'the second ame of the payol.tPittsburgh 4 18 .182 Sutherland .- o .
llklIg one and strikirncs out for the 1952 Pacific Little League|li Wil-A% *.... .
_ght. Ross Kramer started for Championship. The game wsranco TODAY'S GAMES Castleman A ....
eArmed Forces with n scheduled for Monday but rain Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Kirkland Elks .
ilievding in the second inning forced cancellatlon of the gam New York at St Louis w.
JW finishing the gamee and rn a Tey-oI BstonatnLcago.a -Yter- U. .
Jerry Durftee an Billy Castle- and rain gin Tuesday al Boston at Chicago. Cotrrigan, T. m11!f....
lan ofthe winners led the bat- forced postponement of the Only Kames scheduled. Durham .Incoln Life.
ars for the game with each man gamse.I Curdt ears ...
abilecting a double and a single Johnny Lewis wil go to the ETERDAYS R ULTS Schneider Fireman. .
in three trips to the plate. Don mound for the Elks with Bobby Lovedy ks. .
Schlosser with a triple and Curtis Wleibefer or O S Satherland (Night Game) L ovelad lks. .
hod Stoddart with singles were the rMWli e C Brooklyn 103 100 000- 4 1 Mctff Lincola Life. .
.e on Armed Forces layers to Guu t W; i the Cincinnati 003 001 000-4 6 0 DufTee, 0. E1 "s. .
fhutherlavnd for hils. utene Va d M l u Van Cwk, Rutherford (3) and Corlgan, P. Polce. .
-aeo base* Valejero of r11 1 ihUby. Campans. HIDer, Byerly (4) Me Polic. .
the Aned Forces geam ca up 0 A Perkowaki (6) and R eMuL Whtson, R. rs .
Withth fielding gem of the I Peney-A .
in the fifth going to hisT right W (Night Game) Cdnklin Lincoln Life. .
Wid snaring a grounder by Mc- Pjila. 000010 000-I 5 5 Dube Elks. .
Oriff near second base and re- Portland, Ore. Pittabur. h 001 031 OOx--E 8 0 Crook Police. .
hiring the runner with a bullet Dick Wagner 17514 New York Meer, Hansen ) and Lopata. Watson, Sears. .
throw to first. knocked out Bobby Wise, 172, polled and Garagiola. Home run: Lewis Elks. .
h Oakland. Call 4. Ryan in fifth, one on. Terry Fireman. .
The box score: Richmond, Calif.Parker, R. Lincoln Life.
ARMED FORCES Carol (Bobo Olson, 161, Ho- (Night Game) Web, Firemn .
AB R PO A nolulu. stopped Woodie Harp- New York 000 002 010-3 0 Trimble Elks......
Valeera, 2b 1 0 0 0 1 er, 153, Richmond, 7. St. Louis 00 1 d000- 1 6 0 colan Police. .



Adams Elks. .. ..
lrangioni, 3b 3 0 0 1 0 Johnny Gonsalves. 135. Oak- Schmidt. Yuhas (7l and Del Rice loisR. L incoln Life.


Douglas b 0 0 0 2 OTroongo. 134 Es3/4, Monterrey, Me- osto Chicago .


CASA FASTLICH 20th ANNIVERSARY Chase Fireman.

SWEEK-END SPECIALS Priest- Police........
Morton Elks. .
THIS FRIDAY & SATURDAY Pederson Poloice .. ..:.
Mendoza Sears- .
Scott Elks .
DesLondes Elks. .
9 /I) J / / / / j I Watson, J.- Sears ....
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We promised to gladden uour hearts o t- Lin colnLife....
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occa o of our 2ot. nn rsary,keown Sears......
Sander, R. Lincoln Life. .
and" Schiarzroch Sears.
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Corrigan, E. Police .
SMorris AFE.- .........
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j lberenz, Alex. AFOE .
Ball AFGE........

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Price in New York...... $48.00 ga-. eK :
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le oftbAll championship of the Fifteenth Naval District, Pacific
eaulon bt the U.S. Naval Station. Rodman, when the Naval Station
-2 victory over the Headquarters Fifteenth Naval District team last
at Headquarters. The Pacific Side champions (left to right) are:
W. Wine A. M. Bagley, W. B. Harding, C. J. Conrad H. J. Busha
avies, Back row, (1. to r. Lieutenant R. M. Stephens, Manager; H.
. W. Holbrook, 0. Ll twack and J. W. Wise. Absent from picture are
F. Dooley and W. Surdoval. The game had originally been won by
in of the umpires was protested by Rodman and the game re-play-
m will meet the winner of the Atlantic Side competition for the
enth Naval District at a time and place to be designated later. The
Flfteenth Naval District produced some spirited competition, with
a. Foowting is the current standing. 1. Naval Station, Rodman,
(Tied for 3rd-Hepd quarters Fifteenth Naval District and Commu-
. Farfan, 6. ACM- 2, 7. Summit, 8. First Guard Marines.
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Along The Fairways

Players In all six flights must
complete their first r o u n d
matches in the Isthmian Ama-
teur by Sunday at 6 p.m., and
offlelals of the tourney at Bra-
sco Brook say there will be no
exceptions to the restrictions.
The announcement was made
because some may claim travel
problems on account of Sunday's
Pan a elections.
TPalel problems they may
have, but tourney officials will
accept no alibis. The warning is
clear: anybody who doesn't show
is elimhninated.
First Flight pairings follow the
order of last week's matches. A.
A. Zilkie meets Bill Highsmith,
Paul Moran takes on Ed MacVit-
tie, John Barr is pitted against
Jim Roverson and Ken Forrest
will meet Francis MacDonald.
The lower bracket of the first
flight finds Joe Hoffman meet
ing Al Saartnels, Iale Bishop tak-
ing on Bob 'Alexander, Charley
MacMurray meeting Gene Hoch-
tedler and Mer French matchhing
cards with Harvey Beall.
The Cross Country tourney
held at the Panama Golf Club
over the weekend was a big sue-
gess with 50 entries having a
good time zig-sagging all over
the rollin course.


Winners should see Pro Anibal I
Macarron for the prices.
Lionel Moses fired the best
golf of his life to iost a net 61
and walk off with ttp honors.
Johnny Palm aIoter second
fllghter, wu IfA t e with a
net 63. Moses B eted a bottle
of scotch and lPA 'three golf
balls.
The winners:

1 L. Moses,. 1 IfotIIML 1
2 John ;* _0t u
3 Roy Gla l *.'. .. .. 04
4 Miguel Moo .. ., .. U8
5 Jorge M. Dy ... .. .. .1
8 R. No, ISve .. ........ SU -07
WI6 wi S 1 Wif BALL
7 Bob Medtoer .... .... 67
8 Antonio o ...... 8a
9 J. J. vallnaro .. .. .. .. g
10 Oilberto Arias ...... ..
11 V. J. Matthews .. .... .. 70
12 M. J. Moreno, Jr.,... .... 70
13 George Novey .. .. .. 70
14 Carlos .. .......... TO
15 Doc. Gerrano .. .. ....
16 Rafael de Mena .... .. .. TO
17 Luis Ohandek .. .... .. 71
18 Harmodib Arias, Jr. .. .. 72
19 Bob Lawler .......... 7
20 Jim Ridge .. ....... '1
21 H. Valdes. t. ..... .. .. ..
22 C. L. Bees 1.. ........ 1
23 Frank Raymond ........ 73
24 Frank Morrice ........ 73
25 Oswald W et .. .. .. .. 74
26 Lorenso Iftolnag .. .... 74
27 Luls M .......... 4
28 Paul ugam e... .. 75
29 Gabriel 0 .. .. .. 75
I Carol GlIckeau .. .. .. 79
2 EIva G. Jo .. .. ..83
3 Irene Rotangen .. .. .. .. l
4 Nelva R.p a .. .. .. ..

Chuck Davey Scores

Unanimous Decision

Over Chico Vejar
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Giants Seers., 4

Pirates Co Night Gameo


NEW YORK, May 8 The Dodgers ta a
half game in front of the Giants in tihe Natlonal
League by winning a 5&4 decision from the Reds at
Cincinnati while the Giants topped the Cardinals
8-1 at St. Louis last night.


The Piates ended a six-game
long streak by defeating the
Phbfe 1<$-1 at PittsbPhrgh, also in
an after dark contest. The Cubs
and Braves were idle due to cold
weather.
In the American League, the
Senators made it six in a row
with a five-hit 6-2 victory over
the Tigers by Sid Hudsoli in a
Wa hlngtfi night battle and
strengthened their hold on third
place only two-and-one-half
games out of first place.
The Nate kept pace with the
first place Red Box, who downed
the White 0ox 7-2 at Boston and
the seftond place Indians, who a-
gain banged the Yankees 7-2 at
the Yankee Stadium and picked
up a full game on the fourth
place Browns who were downed
1-0 by the Athletics hn a Phila-
delhia arc-light game.
e Dodgers gained another
fine relief performance from
roeokide lohn Rtthtiford who
hurled a three-hit one-run
game for six-and-two-thirds
Innings and abo seoeed what
became the winning fun after
a fourth I ning single. il
Eodtes made three of the 112
Do4ger bi ta.
al Maglle, ow unbeaten In
leasIe competition since Sept. 13,
1951. won his fifth straight game
this ear and his seventh in a
row in the National League by
topping the Cards with a sishit-
ter. The Giants made the two
runs they needed to win in the
sixth on Don Mueller's long sin-
The Pirates ended their latest
losing streak by beating the
Phillies who made five errors
and gave the Pirates four un-
earned runs. The Pirates' George
Metkovich drove' in two runs
with a double and a single while
Pete Castiglione tripled, doubled
and singled. The Phillies' CON--
nie Ryan homered to irevett
Howie Pollet from
shutout. i


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star Bobby Av i I d tt
hits while RHattf sIm= Ia
Lake Easter S A o eai
Rookie Bill.e
five-hitter and dr
runs with a tILWL, i i itdt
ingle, as the lied won
y from the White Box. C
VolUmer doubled twice and 'j
ny Besky drove in two runs
another double.
Lefty Alex Keliner gained
first sh tout in fitl y est
Majors for thk u.- nId i!m
Athletics, holding lief w
five hits and c"hk0ing 1t1!
in the ointh with ke b
The Ahletics moOM their
run in the t int nng on 1
Joost's .double, a ir of
and Ferris Failtl li

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Sings About


Bribing Cops


NEW YORK. May 8 'UP'-
Convicted bookmaker H a r y
Gross testified yesterday that he
contributed $20.000 to two of
William O'Dwyer's successful
campaigns for mayor of New
York City. and regularly bribed
the man O'Dwyer appointed as!
police commissioner


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rWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., .W i


Gross. testifying at the police
department bribery trial of five
officers. said he gave the cam-
paign monel to Jame J. Mo-
ran. former fire commsisinoei
and O'Dvyer protege now in
prison for extortion. DENVER, Colorado. May 8- litary having .to. curtail train- one of Whlh 'had not bee' on
O'Dwyer resigned as mayor to iUP--The Federal Wage Stab ing programs because of the strike. -
become U. S ambassador to ilization Board was expected to shortage .of .oil products. ',tah' woft the Rock Illand
Mexico. toss the nine-day-old oil strike. But while the military si- R.efl itBg Oorip. .14 Zionsvyle,
The one-time czar of a .- into President Truman's lap to-1 tuation brightened, the ci- I9., a4d the Coopeirat-ve Re-
Th00000-a-year b ooi a kingday after 90,000 oil workers re- vilian picture grew dimmer. fhinig''por. .a Oeaney, Kan.
000.000-a-year ookma king fused to go back to work as re- In Toledo, where only a ThUe.b. Ilhlad settleitent
ed me for $1,000 for each horse quested by the government. two-day supply of gasoline re- provldel fton 18-cent an hour
d room I was operating, but ch horse Mr. Truman has given no In-! mained, motorists began get- wage boost, I 4,4 per cent We
told him I w operating, but afford dication what steps, if any, he! ting gas on a voluntary ra- increage.retrbeetlve to Jan. 2,
that khim I of moneyuldn't and that will take to prevent the strikeI tion system set up by station and shift differentials of af
that kind haof money andtised from interfering with the de- operators. u and 12 cents an hour.
with the campaign contribu- fense program and civilian Only regular customers could Knight sa14 about 125 crude
ions that Ioffered." ib transportation. get gas in Toledo today and In- oil pipeline a d crude produc-
tons nthat I oere. Striking oil workers agreed dianapolls, Ind., gas stations tion workers, members of Loosd
Moran. a close personal friend i yesterday to give the armed were expected to be out of gas 432, had rteathed agreement'
of O'Dw~er's. was sentenced forces all the fuel they need, within a day or two. with he Coaoerative Reflatg
March 4 to 15'2 to 28 years In but the nation's gasoline sup- The strike was hitting hard- Asspclatign In" aney, Kan, ac-
prison for using his political' ply iwas getting so short that est in the Midwest. cepting an 1 1-2 cent per hour
power to qet up a $500.000 a year, motorists in Toledo. 0. be- Meantime, the CIO union an- raise plus ahift differentials of
fire department shakedown gan receiving gas on a ra- nounced agreement had been six and 12 cents per hour.
racket. In May of 1951, he was tioned basis. reached with two small locals, The figure accepted by that
convicted of lying to the Senate O. A. Knight, president of the
Crime Investigating committee. Oil Workers Inteniational U- rF '--se .... --.- -
Gross testified about his al- nion 'CIO, said here that strlk-
leged payments to Moran after ing oil workers and the Defense
cutting the finger on one-time Department have agreed on ,-
ew York police commissioner procedures to keep essential oil ., ... '
William P O'Brien. appointed products flowing to the armed -7 '.
i... ,nL...... .. rof six ofr nfi- services. ... '' -


by O *wyer. as one oi si oin-
cers to whom he paid "stand-.
ard" monthly protection money.
He said he "arranged" to oper-
ate a Brooklyn branch o1 his
chain of horse betting room% by
paying $200 a month in bribes
to O'Brien when O'Brien was a
police inspector.
At the time of O'Brien's re-
signation. O'Dwyer said that
he was "as honest a man as I
Pollee Department would have
been the result of "disloyalty
by members of the depart-
ment to Bill O'Brien."


Stating that the oil workers,
who struck for higher pay, have
no Intention of hampering the
war effort or slowing down the
defense program. Knight said
that he and Mrs. Anna Rosen-
berg. assistant secretary of the
Defense Department, h a v e
agreed on a definite procedure
for processing Army. Navy or
Air Force requests for release
of essential oil prod-icts from
strikebound plants.
Knight's statement came af-
ter numerous reports of the ml-


"If any members of the de- Cn
parent are guilty of graft in Lanal
taking money from slimy book- WU WU
makers, I hope that they will be
prosecuted, convicted and im- v I V 9U c
prisoner, no matter what their .W W
rank may be" Seventy-seven positions in
O'Brien, now employed by the the Company-Government are
Gopperweld Steel Co.. Olassport. listed as vacant In the latest
Pa.. was not available for cornm- Transfer-Vacancy bulletin la-
ment. sued by the Personnel Bureau
Gross testified that a special at Balboa Heights. These posi-
squad organized by O'Dwyer's tons may be filled by the trans-
protege. FrankW. Bals. made feP of eligible employes, who can
seventh deputy police com- qualify under the requirements
missioner In 1946. was known as of each position.
"the mayor's squad" and collect-
ed graft. Fifty of the vacant positions
He said the squad received the are in the craft group, the re-
"standard" inspectors rate of mainder are in the classified
$200 a month. and related group.
Bals was In charge of guard- Vacancies in the craft group
Ing the late Abe Reles. a key Include such positions as boat-
Witness against Murder Inc, builder. cablesplicer, wood and
when he plunged to his death steel carman, various types of
from a Brooklyn hotel room in engineers and machinists, a
the early 1940s. plumber, two riggers, a watch-
Both Bals and O'Dwyer were maker, a dipper dredge mate
questioned last year by the sen- and related group are openings
ate crime investigating commit- for .several clerks, two engineers.
tee about the operations of the six locks patrolmen, a marine
"Bals squad." dispatcher trainee, a sergeant
Bals has retired and receives for the Locks Security force, and
a pension almost rquii 1o his a tabulating equipment opera-
deputy commissioner's salary., tlon supervisor.


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and maintain them in good
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LIMITING HIS SAIMS 'OhlSago, 11i, gis station attenditt
Peter Galch, located only a ftw mniea l x some of the 'world's
largest refineries, limits his 4"aailne sfs to a s0 cent pur-
chase per customer because of the oil industry strike. Many
gasoline-powered bumses in ,thee.cy have been tensmorarily
removed from service i4e.-to the fuel 4ou0ege.'




r* ** h:e -O n --.*

Further On Remaining Gas


DETROIT, May t (MVO)-You
can get up to 50 per ceBt more
mileage out of your Q' by ob-
serving- a few s*inples i rving
rules, United States Mnobsts
are being told during thadgaso-
line strike shortage.
You may net get ever
you're going as fast, .b..[ y6uml
probably do It a lot izah safely
and still save those precious
gallons.


Here are the biggest gas
savers: "
1) Avoid "jack rabbit" starts.
You may not get away from the
light first but you'll be driving
a lot longer than the driver who
"guns" It.
2) Travel always at minimum
speeds. If your car will give 18
miles to the gallon at 30 -nmles
an hour. it will do only 16.4 miles
at 40 mph, 14.6 at 50 mph, and
just 8.6 at 80 miles an hour. -
3) Avoid driving during rush
hours and time your ,sp ed w
you'll hit traffic signals 'on the
green light. Coast Into a red
signal from as far back as pos-
alble.
4) Drive in high gear as much
ua possible. From a Stop, iiffV
up as rapidly as possible without'
racing the engine. .
5) If you're going to stdp
any length of time over that
required for a traffic nlo
change, turn off the igni
Aidle speed, your car br
about a pint of gas evry
aantw. s .-
1) -Don't race the en
dent "pump" the a .
Punfts throws an e traet of
skd sn'tinto the carbutolr.
7) Use the oweke Ma,uUt1W
e. If yur car has an au-
toi e chokek, drive, at -Io
speed. until the engines s pVo-
perly warned. Otherwlw. you're
automatic ehoke w*& a m
"ally .pull atra raw .80 -
the carburetor to
for Inefficient br cc @ 21
fuel. .
8) Over-inflate -W M-e It
a couple of p


Those are the things you can
do. A garage mechanic may be
able to help you squeeze out
even more miles.
Dirty Spark plugs or plugs
with, an 'improper spark gap.
ca" cost you up to 10 ,per cent
of- -yeur gasoline mileage.
Aj 'engine tune-up 'may give
you 30 percent more power and
a consequent ga savings.
If after all this your tank
runs dry and the gas station
attendant shake his head "no,"
then catch a bus...If any are
still running.




CMaIIH At


Fi s


The number of commerclil
transit through the Canal of
shipl of 300 tons or over passed
thOiM0 mark again in April, with
a total of '601 vessel in this ca-
te y reported by the Manage-
ent.DiisWon.
April was the second consecu-
Ive month in which transit ex-
e 000. In March, transit
of'lgse commercial ships to-
taI0f0i 813. a-new all-time high
fOrhe Panama Canal.
a cmmerctal j $owmn-
Straniats in m c, bsweur,
W'. only d itWbelow the
UMarh fire of 4. Te1
W avwagge of uhs patp
U 0i h OCanal In Apr wasO
Uh* b"ad one 'mo calendar
da .e t.8. ut
west 4e. trat up lte

W& P- oft
Tbet~ntirttag fltlof e


Today

'local Is the same as that now
being asked by locals nation-
wide. 25
The original demand was 25
cents an hour. Most companies
were offering a 15 cent raise.
Safer airlines already have
trimmed their passenger and
cargO schedules and others are
t"ected to do so soon. Unit-
ed. Airlines said it was draw-
i o p some schedule conso-
H9'uons if the strike con-
tifmes beyond the first of
Jne't week.
KAight's statement about re-
leasing oil products to the mi-
litary followed close on the
heels of an announcement from
Wiesbaden, Germany, that the
Armerican Air Force Command
in Europe had ordered drastic
slashes in flying time for planes
of all types. with gasoline-dcn-
suiming formation exercises and
all non-essential transport and
courier flights eliminated.-
I .Flying time and combat train-
Ing time also was trimmed.

American Seam


Held For Plin

6a On Ci DrIvrl
An American seaman is be-
ing held in the Balboa jail to-
day on a charge of assault with
a deadly weapon after he al-,
legedlv pulled a gun on a Pana-
manian taxi-driver on Dock' 6
in-Balboa, early this morning.
The charge was brought
against Ronald ltasko, 24-year-
q I seaman of San Diego, CallU-
fVr9K, working on the M/V In-
titpldo, a' tuna boat.
"According to a police report,
Masko- had pawned his Watch
for $6 with Damasm Marca del
Va"to, a cab-driver in Pana-
ma, in order to make a payment
to another taximan.
He 'then allegedly arranged
wlth Del Vasto to 4dwtve 1hlm
bak to the pier for miney to
"bUy" back his watch. While the
driver waited, Blasko appeared
wti his hands behind his back.
71 according to police, he
pV e out an M-1 30-caliber
oarbne -. a short rifle.
Although one shot was fired,
n,"en was hurt. Police; who ar-
ieved Dn the scene to take the
eaman into custody, said that
the rifle had two full clips of
ammunition.
The case !s being continued
this afternoon in the Balboa Ma-
gistrate's Court. Bail was set at
t Intrepido ted up at Bal-
boa pier 6 yesterday after fish-
ing In the bay,
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HN4 TmCEDIM HOUGE-
umans'r We above, ormer
under-seeretTmr of state, has
b elected to cced tie late
Robert P. Patterson as president
of Freedom House, an organiza-
tioan dedicated to fte "one word"
cmnc4pt of te uate Wendell A.
.M7 o( w WM 1
z*Wl of war.ns kMlad in an
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THE WASP COMES ROME & kay floating crape faces thi ri)ppd bow.
rter U8 Wasp Is a preliminary ilMeetion of the 75-toot gjI la cartledi el i
bor soon after the Wasp's arrival. he 01 stUrv ivrs of the Ua WM
collision with the Wasp, were a a tie at flat-top asit hped.IntO ftM


Boson Symphony

GIs Big Welcome

At .French Festival


PARIS, May 8 (UP) -Leading
music critics of the French
capital today praised as "a bril-
liant triumph" the debut of the
Boston Symphony at the Inter-
national culture festival here.
"Rarely has a brilliant
triumph been more complete,"
said critic Rene Dumesnil in
the influential La Monde.
"Charles Munch obtained fTrom
Ahth 6 magnificent orchestra
Which he conducts all the'-"t-
fects of finesse, grace, trana-
parence and vigor so necesahty
to translate properly the two
French works played."
Paris Presse carried its lauda-
tory account of the performagoct
under the headline "the Boston
Symphony Dazzled Parisians."


Munch was compelled, by long
applause, to play an unpre-
cedented encore of Ravel's
"Daphnils and Ohtoe."
Critic Emile Vullermoz of
Parit Presse hailed the or-
chestra's interpretation of Rous-
sel's "Bacchus and Ariane" and
"Swiss-born Arthur Honegger's
Second Symphony as "a trans-
cending interpretationn"
He -called the "Toccata" by
Ambrican composer Walter Pis-
ton "a revelation."
- Prapce-Soir pointed out that
President Vincente Aurlol was
"far from being alone" when
the Chief Executive exclaimed
to Munch "Merci, deux folks
merct" (thank you, two times
thank you.)
Figaro praised the "French
general' who so ably conducted
the symphony, pointing out that
Munch was born in France.
Also appearing on last night's
program was the ballet troupe of
Chilean-born Marquis de Cue-
vas.


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